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KENTUCKY IBIS h "T American Able PHONE: M Louisville Carriage IJvery Driver an P.corf, Taxitak C. Incorporated I VOLUME XLHI.-N- O. 5. LOUISVILLE, 3AliDAYMUGUST 2, 1919. tpleted for the ree-artl- st- PRICE FIVE CENTS. PRIMARY Nominations In Democratic Tarty lrow Left For Voters to T' "Decide. 1 of the soMI Joseph's, whleb lion and willfc coming cent built of 'coral Hon Old St. jnrwe of erec- - t Gov. Black Conceded to lie Strongest No- -' Candidate In vembor. Population Cut in Half by Eng- 1918 The followlD; ift the supreme land's Uujust Treatment on, atteater sacrifice: of People. Stewart, W. roler. Herman Berpetual shine Evan3. "Let upon them." atatues of Lib- Under each o DEMOCRATS VERY CONFIDENT. ENORMOUS TAXATION TROFIT. erty will be a tablet, iwith e fne ,and Jty- nam four on the ot; the base of the monument .will aim be a different The campaign for the This is a "practical world," and bronze tablet b Jhe inscription political nominations has closed and fljrected at the never so "practlcall" as when somo in raised lett now it is left for the voters to select Iftfe hundredth celebration c elementary proposition of equity is their choices in the primary SaturfflMieecration of anniversary up for consideration and decision. day. The supporters of Gov. Black St. Joseph's tw- Bardstown. Justice Is rarely denied out of any and Judge Carroll are both claiming brojhzo shall the Thus in end iacK or love ror justice, but rather success, while Col. P. J. Noel, of Thus endu bto, shall the by reason of the fear that nonr. KING AND PEOPLE WELCOME LLOYD GEORGE HOME Harrodsburg, the third man in the id true soldier names of the' "Impractical" justice will not be able King George V. of Great 4 boys of Old ll An honor usually paid only to Royalty. race for the Democratic Gubernatorwho took to look after herself In a "practical" ial nomination, is not without hope, Britain and the Prince of Wales meeting Premier Lloyd George on his part In the gf; rue (now hap- manner. say that he will arrival in London from IParls 'Peace Conference. and his friends pny ended be ated'fcom So, then, on many sides, we hear TWO WRONGS DO NOT MAKE A RIGHT. prove a big surprise when the vote ion, to geara- to age, from tTlfi mipftilnn "How Tralqtifl ?.tnwl conceded is counted. It must be Hon and will Hert and Searcy, the Republican machine bosses, in full retreat alone " Is the Island lame enouch only voters and want a candidate or ,to noble, uns that Col. Noel Is game if nothing rloflsm.? Mi a tnere People enough, and what 'Warley, the else, and he has never faltered In his two on the ticket. ;!noniinierit iwfll from the angry colored voters who are more interested in the of its resources, finances and general elaborate mei colored editor, who is a candidate campaign, no matter how discouragwrengS'of their own than they are in the alleged wrongs of, ability to make cood as a nation be blessed 4hf Centennial and Dr. W. T. for Legislature, ing it looked with the big political Merchant, uguei 5, by Mcrrow, the machine candidate for Governor. mission on Tw among nations? "Practical" folk a candidate for leaders lined up for his opponents. Alderman, who is threatening dire ;M. Obrecht, the Right Rev. are UllHkb. hiiiiwi HUUUl UiCBO"practical"jCUB-13The straw vote collectors and post vengeance if they are beaten in the Mltered Abbot asl .Abbey, ,and herself, highly card prophets had another Inning primary. No wonder Democrats can Will Unveil Memorial Monument and 'the add American will publish tho report of .concerned no little that patriotic this week and right here their pre- look forward to trimming Howdy Ed their Investigation. occasion will trered by- the As to size, Ireland qualifies easily, During Centennial Celebration dictions did not have much weight Morrow in November in an easy great Domtn Very Rev. It's a, pity that amoving Picture for the Island is twice as large as is they all for one reason, and that ., fcT, M. wasn't taken of the pretty little Belgium, L. F. Kearney, of Old Cathedral made the same mistake, guessing fashion. scene In near Mayor Smith's office Switzerland,Holland.has Denmark or A feature celebration, an area in and majorities with big votes cast, of when an oil painting of himself was SqUnre mnea aimost cqual which will last jtheyeek of ENGLISH ARE COWARDS. which there is no chance. given o His Honor. Attached to 0f Serbia, Portugal, Greece that he- Jreaeh- August 3 to If) f or All indications point to the nomi ing on August e lOOtk awW- - Have Opportunity, to Display Talent the painting was a card reading: Bulgaria. As to population, Ireland In a letter to a friend here one Erected' in Honor-- ofSoldier Boys 'of versary consecwi on jjsrnipn by"Utr. "" nation of Gov. Black simply for the "To Our Mayor From Twenty of ha8 twlco a , 0 as' N in Primary Election. reason that the average Democratic of our soldier boys tells of the Historic St. Joseph's Nowlor Denmark, a Million more people th Rev. iRob- J. J. Abell, nep Saturday . voter who ds Interested In party treatment our men receive from the p reached the km't that just too cute for anything? than Switzerland, and about the ert Abbell, Church. success will vote for the Governor English. It was written from Brest, you realize that 8ame number of Especially when on sermon 100 original co lnnabltant3 as because he will make the strongest and says in part: years ago and Serbla Bulgaria or Greece, nineteen of the twenty-frienthe, fiftieth an? Novemcandidate in November. In admirers" are all holding nee fat, The lndustrles 0f Ireland have nlversary op ion sermon. Mls- plane around the "Read circled ber Gov. Black would poll thousands harbor and cityhis In Near, Mayor's Office jobs with big fat salaries attached. ' beon crushed, and its resources are slon preaehY L.be done by the Funny-Reand and thousands of votes in the popul- to us all by wireless sent greetings Abott Obrecht, Very Rev. "I. F. Rev. W. J? P., and the i'O, telephony as Citizens ;Would Like to - Ii;th.bidlll' development, yet notous mountain section, many of them follows: Rev.- - Be Ctar! Kearneyand Rev. J". J. Aboil u, P. ;. thPRA hfiTlfHr.ina 'Greetings in ' T Republicans, and conservative critics Sorry can not stop.' Ho to you all. an party's regular candidate or,followl See. , , ' f, t was certainon, Programme. In both the Democratic and RejAltAtNTEED. .CHJCKI 1915' Prove rather conclusively that "v publican parties concede this. "With ly confident of having no mishaps, JS- -i aJLS,mith.H,,m !! kS??U"? 'he 'Bland is a going concern dn it- for down over usso this big advantage in November Gov. that he came Jow all in the machine. The two fete of St. "V:-and by itself: we could sec f"""S-M- " K only need to poll the Black would aiiu tiiuugut iiu ''wfii'tilto place on Firemen andvPolice"BelngAssessed uuuiaviiiG ovci iiu.u,far with the aid Columba's eh Greece $ 62,500,000 vote In other Gee, but I'm glad that he has WnL 'LAST ENTIRE had succeeded so normal Democratic WEEK. the church Thirtr-flit- h finally made the Bulgaria and and the 76,000,000 to Furnish Oil for G.'O.T and advice of the donors of the oil sections to prove an easy winners Englishman didn't trjp, him not Portugal 115,000,000 Market atreel painting, alias the boys who are on This is an ubiased opinion, with no that I don't feel a bitbeat Machine. sorrv for the Rumania 205,000,000 attempt-to- Wedneed belittteiJudge.vCarroU .or. the Isn't Smithy the bashNorwav 2io.nnn.nnn f orhe aBdHie- -' JWgWWWMMmp Mi any of his supporters or rouowers, 'Limey could heaT iough - luckbut' ful little cubs', though, whenv h& te"Pgnmatld.:..r..V-ji-- . 25;bQ0.Q0 0, in England was City r , .3 bashfully coh'cedes that ho is soine but the party comes first before the all we of the Louleville diocese and have obtained wide advertisemonti"br Sweden and' beat that Hawker 375.000.000 pumkins as a Mayor? candidate and Gov. 'Black Is the the American. had landed even came where was erected the first Cathe announcing that everyone partaking KEYSTONER'S TAKING WAYS. One paper Ireland 862,000,000of supper will be guaranteed, a large When one stops to think of the logical candidate to win in Novem- out to that effect with big headlines. dral west of the Alleghenies, will portion of fried chicken. AmuseIn the matter of finances. Ireland Keystone police, the hick firemen. ber. anyI hate to have those folks get next week be the scene of a solemn ments of all kinds will be furnished the dirty streets, the joke vacuum ' Is paying today an annual tax In the Lieutenant Governor's race thing on us. It's quite bit of the fake street carnivals, enue of ?200,000,000, and as only the tide has set in etrongly for W. for anyone pugnaciously a inclined fun and patriotic celebration of the to entertain young and old and to centennial of St. Joseph's church, there will be euchre and lotto on. For the benefit of those members the City Hospital, $65,000,000 Is spent on Irish govern- H. Shanks, of Stanford, and he will go ashore In England, for we have the Very iRev. Dean do tn days, uames win De cauea at of the Men's Federation who dabble lower taxes with higher assessments, mem, ine net pront to England is make a splendid running mate for a scrap every time we go ashore, of which a year. O'Connell Is the venerable and able 3 and 8. The tally prizes each day tL politics, and were prominent In higher phone rates, the holdup as- - about $135,000,000 Ryland The the head of the ticket. out- pastor. The programme Is HerUSearcy . cost or government to the people of the outlined will be $5 in gold. Mustek, of Jackson, has surprised that is, provided the 'Limeys' their support of the present "re- sessments number us. They are the biggest In the Kentucky Standard, from form" administration, the Kentucky machine, the reign of gambling, of Switzerland is about $35,000,000 them all by his hustling campaign you ever saw and Irish American wants to call their burgarles, etc., and then realize that a year; In Norway it is $36,000,000 RECENT DEATHS. for Attorney General, Attorneys Will bunch of cowards they get you down, which we extract the following: God help you if Throughout McNally and Mark Beauchamp, of attention to a situation in the local Smith believes that he Is giving the and dn Denmark, $27,500,000, and they'll kick your face off if of the land a the width and length variety of memorials this city, who are acting as his for Sincere sympathy is felt for Mat- primary campaign, which needs the citizens a fair and decent ad - It Is to be borne in mind that each again managers, predicting him a winner. they can. Don't tell me everlove of are being erected by both church and thew and Julia McGrath, 1908 Plrth bright rays of reform. Rev. Dr. ministration, it is time to call all of these three countries maintains British manliness and Tho Irish insist that Col. John W. Newman, of Versailles, about play there's nothing to it. State to do honor to our noble sol- street, from whom Death took their Lockhart, Henry M. Johnson, John bets aff or let the race go for , on army. dier boys who went forth at rthe call little daughter Catharine, leaving M. Chandler, S. S. Meddis, Helm Sweeney, as the turfites say. How. economy and honesty would cut pr Commissioner of Agrlculture.and fair may You I've been 'beat up' must their government cost to the Swiss, Mat S. Cohen, of Lexington, for by talking think way, but fortunately of their country, to battle and even the the family circle in deepest Bruce and Fred Gernert, all promi that nineteen this Secretary of State, are only waiting I've managed to get by fairly well, to die for God and their 'firesides. gloom. The funeral services were nent leaders in the Men's Federa have chuckled up their sleeves when Danish and Norse figures, but even to count their majorities. Dr. J. P. outside of a sprained wrist and a 'Tis praiseworthy and just that it held Monday afternoon at St. tion, were very active in their sup they heard the guff from Morrow If this claim be put aside, the sur should be so. Responsive to this ex- Patrick's church. port of the present city and county and Smithy about the good ad- plus $165,000,000 that now goes to W. Brouse, of Somerset, is making alted sentiment emanating spontanea whirlwind finish for the nomina- bloody nose." administration and all claimed that ministration! It's a cinch that when the English Government would seem ously from the heart of a great Sunday morning Mrs. Elizabeth they were fighting for purity in they got outside you could have heard to remove any fear that an indepen-the- lr tion for Auditor and Sergeant L. HOLY CROSS LAAVlM FETE. nation, the members of St Joseph's Frances Welsh, eighty-seve- n guffaws for an hour as they dent Ireland would have to adopt years politics and clean and wholesome Sherley Cunlff, his local representcnurcn, liarastown, deemed it a old, passed peacefully into eternal government. Now If they are sincere thought of the funny reel they just mendicancy as Its profession, ative, says that his candidate Is The Rev. Father Brey and the most suitable time during the cen- rest at the home of her daughter, in their advocacy of clean and whole- participated In, and what a scream These answers, concerned with making every post a winning one. why not In- that would make in the comedy i population, trade and financial Alvin Steger, who made a bang up people of his parish are hard at tennial anniversary of tho consecra- Mrs. Emma Brown, 1344 Hamilton some government, strength, are given by the Ireland Tuesday morning her vestigate the political situation in films. race for Clerk of the Court of work preparing for the annual lawn tion of the now venerable Cathedral avenue. On the same day that Smith was of today, the Ireland that persists Appeals four years ago, was in town festival and reunion to be 'held on to erect a monument memorializlnc funeral was held from St. Aloysius the Tenth Ward! William Warley, the names of Its heroic youths who church, of which she was tho oldest a colored man, Is a candidate for getting the oil portrait Patrick after seven centuries of oppression d this week and predicts his nomina- Holy Cross grounds, Legislature and Is bitterly opposed Byron, a fireman of eighteen years and persecution. There is another and Broadway, on Tuesday and were called to the colors of their member. tion. by the present city and county ad- service, was farced out of tho depart-- 1 Ireland, however, that beckons to In the local Democratic races Wednesday, August 12 and 13, both country, numbering one hundred and Special eleven, four of whom made the Mrs. Elizabeth Nieman, aged fifty- - ministration coupled with the Re ment for not furnishing a twenty , us from history rich in its culture, there are but a few minor contests afternoon and evening. two, a devoted wife and mother, died publican machine. and they are being conducted in a featured, pleasing to young and old, supreme sacrifice. Here is Warley's dollar donation towards "oiling" the blessed In Its resources, Teslstless In y Pertinent to this universal expres early Sunday morning at the family latest statement published in his machine. Firemen and its energies and Initiative needing spirit of harmony, the Democratic have been arranged for, and will police are all being assessed twenty only to be released from bondage to organization keeping hands off, only surpass the high standard main- sion of a nation's love and devotion residence, 702 Camp street. Always paper: being Interested enough to see the tained by the hustling committee" at cor the brave soldier boys of the ready to aid her neighbor, a kindly 'As late as Thursday morning an dollars for the same purpose, and rise again to strength and power. 8 Is the following nature won the respect of all who offer was mndo to Warley to NAME possibly enough "oil" money was! in 1841, the population of Ire-This same policy all their entertainments. Social war of best man win. applies in the State races. Active games will be played dn the after- letter from the pen of a Massachu-Get'- s knew her. She Is survived by her IUS OWN PRICE and withdraw. secured to help pay for the oil land was 8,175,124; in 1914. the hero's mother who wants her husband, Joseph D. Niemann, three This was the fourth effort to gel portrait. Here's another for "Louis- last census. It had shrunK to 4,375,-55and influential Democratic workers noon and each evening the ladies Despite natural increase, a naville's best Mayor" to ponder over: sons and two daughters. They are Warley to sell his own are divided In their choice for Gov- will provide a splendid dairy lunch. son's name on a monument: "I am only a private's mother: Joseph A., Henry and Frapk Nie- and the confidence of his own sup George Berry, a veteran and crippled tion drained of half its people in ernor and they are assured by Col. For a good time visit this lawn fete. - seventy-thre- e not even that now, for 'he is dead years! If the Irish mann, and two daughters. Miss porters. .Similar offers have beon Drinter. fell in front of the CourierFrank McGrath, Chairman of the killed in France by a German. I had Gertrude Niemann and Mrs. William made to Dr. Merchant, tho colored Journal office, was taken to the case against England rested on this that BLESSES THE HELPERS. local Democratic Committee, taken care of him for twenty-thre- e Holenkamp. Funeral services were candidate for Alderman. These of City Hospital and for a stay of a ono count the verdict Is assuror) the committee will take no active part and no ward Chairman will Benedict XV. in his magnificent years, and it only took a second for held from St. Vincent De Paul's fers not only show whnt white little less than two days was as- - The story of this tragic shrinkage attempt to use his position to send letter to our American Bishops ap- him to die, so they tell me. I want church Thursday morning. politicians think of tho colored men sessed $5.79, practically three dol - .wara 0f extermination in which even out official instructions to support proves and blesses the holy work to ask the Telegram to say for .me uint they can bo bought, and they lars a day from a poor and deserv- WOmen and children were not this or that State candidate. This of the National Shrine of the Im- m these few words that I will never Tho entire community is mourn have no honor, principle or self- - ing citizen, unaDio .to worx ai ns; spared, famine, pestilence, evictions, ow Is the spirit that wins In November. maculate Conception, advises dts rest in peace if I don't tell the ing the passing, at the age of eighty-eig- respect, but it shows tlmt the white iraut', uuu cuiiia 1110 uviu& uj mil- amazing cruelties has been told in previous chapters; what has not years, of Thomas Feely, who politicians themselves hnve no ling little sundries. Yet that At a meeting of Gov. Black's sup- Immediate beginning, donates to the people of Worcester what my boy porters Tuesday evening In the Tyler high altar a splendid Mosaic copy used to say to me to Jolly me up. succumbed to old age Saturday honor or principle. It further shows lion dollar institution was paid for been set down is the record of of Louisville to help rapacity, the dingy chronicle of inHotel Attorney Neal Funk and Col. of Murrlllo's Immaculate Conception, as he called it, when I was crying afternoon at his home, 2425 West that if these men detest the Idea of by the citizens and unclass Jake Haager made stirring speeches urges all Catholics, individuals and over him being drafted. He would Chestnut street. For many years he colored men being on tlio ticket just this citizens.of needyBerry has dustrial greed; how English tuIo Mr. minted Irish blood and sweat, how for harmony before and after the societies to contribute generously, say, 'joiner, lr i am Killed, I will was President of the St. Vincent de enough to try to buy them off tliat fortunate primary, both men expressing confi- blesses the new church and all who leave my name for you to look at Paul Society of St. Charles' church, they will resort to any means and an official receipt signed by the English business crushed Irish busien- ness, an attack by dence that the Democratic City and help in Ub erection. The letter ends on some monument like the one on and was also a pioneer member and methods to beat them since they Assistant Superintendent for his and forced stay at the Then won't you be leader in the Catholic Knights of would not sell." County Committee would give fair with these fatherly and patriotic the Common. even more terrible in its ,f1! consequences hospital. proud of me? And he would laugh. America. He served eight terms dn and this would words: play to all candidates than the extirpations The members of the Men's Federa It's been a sort of a tough week of Cromwell. promote unity and harmony. This "In this respect greater efforts dance me around and kiss me. Now. the City Council and did much ror tion, and especially the members of all are demanded of you than of all O God, he is dead I Only a mother the advancement of Louisville. His who dabble In politics, know that on our Keystone cops. Two young The effects of this policy were sentiment is the sentiment Democrats, and the Kentucky Irish others, owing to the vast Influence or father who has a boy burled in widow, Mrs. Margaret Feely, sur Warley's assertion of alleged bribery negro bellboys "beaned" one with a noted by Lord Dufferin in 1867: organ, which you exercise among your France knows what that means. vives him. The funeral, which was and intimidation is a very serious blackjack because he attempted to "From Queen Elizabeth's reign un- American as a Democratic Retaining as they do a Now his mother wants his name largely attended, was held from St. one and should be Investigated. interfere with a robbery they were t the UnJon iM varlous has always fought fixed people. which primaries earnestly hopes that the most firm hold on the principles of on a monument and not on the wall Charles' church Tuesday morning, Everyone remembers how active the pulling off at the time. Of course 'confraternities , of Great Britain ,,,. ..,..., the Keystoner attempted to stop celebrating Federation was stopping the spirit .of fair play is carried out to reasonable liberty and of Christian of a building. The good Mayor tries Rev. Father Raffo traces" or four round boxing con- them until they shooed him of f after j the letter. Any other course means civilization, they are destined to to please all. If some people wants requiem high mass. " .Ireland." have the chief role In the restora- a large building, it will be nice, but party suicide. test, which the Federation claimed giving iuui uio U,D mii io wo When Democrats look at the tion of peace and order, and in the please have a monument, too, for The death of Mrs. Bridget Bourke, would have been injurious to our laugns oesi wuu juugua iubi,"passel" got muddled situation in the Republican reconstruction of human society on even a child knows what a soldier's widow of John Bourke, on Sunday, morals, and none will ever forget comedy cop help a whole they sue TO INVITE DE VALERA. him and ranks they can't help but chuckle. the basis of these same principles, monument stands for. Who In going at the residence of her daughter, the ringing denunciation by near of nolice toarresting the two boys. Searcy being when the violence of these tempest- In and coming out of that building Mrs. Michael Casein, 1324 South Mayor Smith of this awful crime ceeded in Here's our own Ches At a meeting of Division 4. sued for $250,000 by George W. uous days shall have passed. Mean- in years to come will remember why Preston street, brought to an end where two athletes would box for Favorable mention In Chief Petty's Ancient Order of Hibernians. in bulletin of course. alleged time we very lovingly in the Lord It was built? They won't care. the life of one of Louisville's most twelve minutes. One shudders to Jolly, of Owensboro, for Another of our young colored Bertrand Hall 'Monday evening. it slander and claims that the Re- Impart the Apostolic bcnedlotlon, It would be nice to have the monu- beloved and cheerful persons; a think how near we came to having decided residents played a mean Joke on a was Eamon to extend an invitation publican State Campaign Chairman Intermediary of divine graces and ment stand where all the parades woman who t lways wore la smile and our morals perverted and were only DeVelera, President of Keystoner by running over him with to Republic of has injured him to the extent of a pledge of our paternal good will, to pass by It, where all the busy work- had a word f good cheer for every saved by our reform Mayor and the the the indignant cop vtelt to Louisville Ireland, to pay a quarter of a million dollars. Phoweel you our beloved sons, to our vener- ing people can go by it on their way one, all this being prompted by tho good and noble band of brothers in a "flivver" and warrant under the auspices a for the just Buppose Ches has to pay that able brethren and to the clergy and to work, and where mothers, who strong Christian spirit which was the Federation, who are ever awake swore outdriver. The young negro of the A. O. H. It is believed that ' The poor old Keystone people of your flocks, but in a choke back sobs In their throats and her chief A wide to see that no shadow of unright- desperado amount! aracerlstic. a lecture arranged hero would bo police and "hick" firemen of course particular manner to all those who clench their hands so they won't cry circle of lends mourn her de-t- eousness creeps in our imidst. Now excused his mistake by saying that productive of much good, as it In his would to come accross pretty shall now or In the future contribute in public, can see it, can stand be- parture. bu be most wo anxiously await the call to arms he mistook the Keystoner would have loss will enable many to of the National side It, touch it and know their boy keenly felt by her son, John T. of Smitfi and his brother Fedora- - faded seedy uniform for one of our question of Irish freedom hear the strong, and maybe they would have to the building old fashioned country "scarecrows." authoritivo source. Attorney from an 1 have no Bourke, an new uniforms and go Shrine of the Immaculate Conception helped place it there. to pawn their five, daughters, Mrs. tionlsts to investigate tills charge of Thomas grave to visit. Please give me this Casein, Mr Albert Meeker, Mrs. bribery and election intimidation, Pretty logical defense a,t that. But Walsh, County President John H. back to the seedy grass costumes at Washington. , heres ono where the Keystoner came Hennessy and Daniel McCarthy much. I wish other mothers would Ben Pulfor' whloh, although they didn't look Mrs. George Goettel and no one should doubt for a write the papers and say the way and Mrs. AVERAGE WEIGHT. orge Wagoner. Tho minute that they will bo at every out ahead: This "hick" cop came spoke on well, were very appropriate for the they feel. I know you will iprkit funeral too! place Tuesday morn- - precinct in tho Tenth Ward Satur from Indiana and after being, a heartily in the question, all being men to aau boys from roe mmks. favor of extending the citizen of a week's residence went The weight of the average man is this, Mr. Editor, so I thank you irig from to the misery of .the Republican. St. Philip Nerl church, day to see taat Warley isn't robbed Invitation to tho President of the ' green tele, which is Chairman the colored voters 140 pounds; of a wxwin, 116 now.." attended b many friends aad ac- - i by the Republican machine. To give Mate little v The memorial monument In honor qual&ta: (Continued on Fifth Page.) are TebeUtag strongly agateat beteg pouade. them support the Kentucky Irish, for well deserved freedom. State 1D17 1 1 Republican Clialnnnn Searcy lias Multiplicity of Troubles. dies ically exeoi latuos, symbols, of ftXn to surmoun of the monument. broaze statue repress the two other bronze :k one oh eMSher side of that? tory eywibolize Liberty. On A tablet placed iWetory- will be under the Statu MKl inscription: the following a An American' W ting in repose holding, in its. two entwined American "flags. which "All boys of Old St. honor to the .sold: Joseph's who valiantly their God and their ce HB thewar of to 'Its Blebration, is m Its founda- - IRELAND To Stand'. Alone, But Kept In Subjection By England. sl -- - Resources Gicater Than Those of Other Small European Nations. fifty-thre- - ie I BARDSTOWN " , tr - REP0RMERS . - ds el !!&U?JAtt "'.1'' M?Si?h1,Si? iiuji.uMu,,, "" flttn whn'LK rrfc-:.vr:,w- v .". msiw&0m "way.1, A 'JEJkJlAs I Ha4 pay-roll- s. rtf- - rs, office-holde- rs Thirty-secon- j Hert-Searc- 1917-191- 4. self-respe- ct -, ht book-keepe- rs law-make- rs i McFar-land-Ruck- er ". ',,- - ij he " now-battlin- . laxNrarxjOKir irish ambkioak RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS urged to patronize advertisers whole announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only linns of known responsibility. Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly DEMOCRATS VOTE FOR IDS RECORD J. P. W. BROUSE CANDIDATE FOR STATE AUDITOR VOTE FOR A MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT HENRY BOSWORTH ASK. i OC0MST ANY Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Oculists' Prescriptions. J. P. W. BROUSE ins RECORD Has no political past. Has never before been candidate for State office. 3. Ago fifty-tw- o years. 4. Has been Superintendent of Schools in Somerset during the past 15 years and has placed these schools among the foremost of the State. 5. Has been identified with all educational progress in the State during the past lb years. 6. Is a man of thorough education and culture; Is of tho highest .moral worth; has had wide experience as an executive; possesses in an eminent degree all qualifications necessary for the office he seeks. 7. Comes from the Eleventh District where strength will be 1. 2. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. JOHN W. RAWLINGS ins Age sixty-on- e THE BALL OPTICAL CO. 013 FOURTH AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDERSON AH Makes RECORD i 1. One of seven the Seventh District. tophoavy ticket). 2. 3. candidates from (Beware of years. bo REPAIRING Export Attention On Repairs On SPECIALISTS & Nash- ' State Treasurer four years. State Auditor four years, and in this position acquired fame for himself and ignominy for the Democratic Party by his organization of "FIRE PUTTERS OUT." Candidate for GoVernpr in 1916 but withdrew because of Statewide opposition against him. Candidate for Auditor In 1908 and helped carry the ticket to defeat that year. Has already promised every position in the Auditor's office for political gain. Has lived on the Democratic years. (Time Party for twenty-fiv- e to retire.) Will be a very weak candidate In November If nominated. Reputed to WELDIN of Cars worth $100,000. ON FORD REPAIRING Attorney for Louisville ville Railroad. Attorney Company. AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2800 ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH! ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. 4. for American & Book 4. 5. Travels on Louisville ville Rajlroad passes. Nash- 5. 6. 6. votes. needed in Novomber. His eounty (Pulaski), though Republican, has 2,300 Democratic 7. His personal ability, his largo following, throughout the State, Has been candidate many times for State offices but has never won a race. rKruMNra? is or chbjrokrb) ICED 1SEA PROPERLY BLENDED CLEANED, PACKED ASK YOUR GROCER. Home City 8300 "Was defeated in his own county Road Service. by a woman for County Superintendent of Schools. JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 7. 8. his clean life, his devotion to the cause of education, especially in the mountain sections, his sterling Democracy, all make him THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE CANDIDATE TOR THE NOVEMBER TICKET. 8. 014 South Third St. Is practically unknown 'outside of Boyle county. ACCESSORIES FISK TIRES Will be a very weak candidate in November if nominated. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Homo Phone Shawnee 1010 9. The ticket will need strength in November. Which of these three candidates will bring strength? VOTE FOR BROUSE DANGERS P. J. NOEL Ancnc mo rcuenuizauon of Education Pointed Out in Protests. Of Harrodsburg, Mercer County, For Tho Smlth-Town- cr Bills Are Not Subject to Any Governor of Kentucky DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Scheme Would Hob Slates of Their Rights and Centralize Power. AUGUST S 'Assures the People of Our State a Business Administration by a Business Man. Endorsed by leading Men and Newspapers of Kentucky PROPAGANDA IS MISLEADING. Fitting Your Glasses In order that your glasses may be properly flitted and render maximum service, it is important that the work be executed by one who is expert in adjusting. In this connection the style of your glasses should be given due consideration. We have a large stock of frames and mountings from which to select those that are the most becoming and best suited to your features. , -Superior Lenses with any mouuting in "J4.oU stock Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at this price. Deep-curv- e . 4 r oeoina isUaliovma . r v. . p. B.tablidhcd 182G. LontMville.Ky. m i, hnrioi-f Ma iTv- 3ii plying to yours, in which you Tefer false notion that the cowardice that i?;? '"! ""S"'-.8Day and Night J?Jv OFFICE OUTFITTBES to the bills, will say, causes him to sin Is a badge of '" JJrrJLjuo u'u !! """ "Iilu" "ViIt STATIONERS PRINTBR8 620 WEST MARKET ST. that with my present views I am 'courage. Added to this danger of "Now," .... said the garrulous opposed to these measures, There evil companionship there Is another' d Inter-Southe- rn is too much centralization of powor ?4?fl of his religious "J5?P u5" "t,?0 Both Phones 2406 Im THE VERY BEST ... 4Tii IT?if1aiQl AniAimmAm4 these principles. .,9S' WIU UlUlVK)lUU(tl UUf U.U.UUUI. ViUlCUb J A 00 ., '"Un WIW IUO SUCniOSl Dlt OI ,?ova i.H n - ....1.J "J nn.elKlo .V.v.o la J lot.. JAMES R. DUFPIN, President. suggested to rob the States of their have him despise tho doctrines of Adolph Ileutllnger wwS o?-rights and to concentrate all power tho church and its warnings against "tr LOUISVILLE, KY. in the National Government." To guard the errors of Socialism. Is TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium iH'ii,, Other letters received from the working boy during the most SJES? PLATE GLASS Washington at tho Central Bureau perilous period of 5i!b life, sized, clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and tun? SOFT DRINKS 123 SOUTH THIRl) 8TREET the same spirit. Still an- - Boys' Clubs are established. policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the other letter, from a priest of recog- - he finds wholesome centers of re- - J? 7o make I've cot American Life Insurance Companies give It a position of tho very nized standing in the Catholic Edu- - creation. SAVLVGJj LOUISVILLE He is given every op- - fnouh li4 comfortab and my SOUTH AND DEPOSIT BANK M. highest rank? catlonal Association, supports the 'portunity to fullfll his religious dauKhtor to $100 a contentions of those who are eager duties. Where these elubs are WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Fourth and Central Avenue CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEO to defeat the bills f or , cessf ully managed night school clas- d efrl Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving! tho reasons repeatedly advanced In ' ses help him to improve mentally, tho WUinollC but sho un and tffir onurcn. TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,5 00,000 Hioon nliiniTiThU TOnvrn,l jwitln. r,A 000 West Alain Street ,,n.,., i. m,AA for mos- - onyone with laWIUl sense Deposits. A General Banking Busi good V" ",l"Z , "ness Transacted. ",al- '"urnw Louisville, Ky. Dqposlt with the State 6f Kentucky under the say lt .bout anyone Hate O'Connel'a paper on the same subject, 'iing Boys' Clubs may bo a success; it0 d0professes to Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. but bearing the title: "The Reasonable that zealous nastors and laymen may who IntendedChristianity, to be God K. PFED7FER Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, on never Catholics JOHN B. WATHEN Limits of State Activity," writes In strive to establish them everywhere. earth, let alone go to heaven." or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. FLORIST part: "Kverytning mat can do oono FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER 'Mr. 'Lantry kept silent. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so to oppose centralization should be 421 South Thirty-eight- h KENTUCKY LEGION. WAGON OR VAN Street, "I see that the railroads had tho taat you may build up a business of your own and hare an Independdone. It is a most Insidious and last Senate under , their thumb," 2525 West Walnut Street Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral ent permanent Income, address tho Home Office of the Company. Opposition dangerous measure" Emmet O'Neal, State Employment went on the stranger. "Don't blame works. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY against tho bills is the Senators much, cause thoy was INTER-SOUTHER- N CO. LIFE INSURANCE Home Phono Shawnee .1986 also voiced in a resolution adopted ne of' the Republicans, but I am of the opinion Phone Shawnee 559-associatloil of veteranl xne .Maxionai ueneaictme iauca-- , tnat a11 railroadmen, magnates and LOUISVILLE, KY. renorts that National Roofing of tional Association America, 7a managers, leastways most of them, Highland 1033 recently in session at (Peru. Hi. number of applications h q.nt tn .rtn. Tjaliron,a Company JOS. V. SPANTNGER turned some Incorporated For Rent, Sale or 'Points 3, 4 and 5 of the resolution lines ofveterans qualified for various ta r00a thincs indcni jn ways but . part: Feeling that a we need a new read ln endeavor. tiese ol. GROCERY AtfD SALOON, FINE Pitch, Coal Tnr, Tarron Felts, Exchange. 3. Power to create and control number of former spldiors are seek- - ficlals. Nearly every one Is cosr- WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). , powor to Ing opportunity to (engage ln agrl- - rupt a'na- jan ia too good for 'em." tho schools depends on the $5.85 AND UP 124 W. Main control the mouey that creates the culture, plans have been laid by the At this r.olnt the train conductor S70 Baxter Avenuo " Employment Department of the came to tho seat whea-school. Phones City 1250; Main 1400-oat Mr. 4. Consequently federalization of Legion, not only to get veterans vln Lantrv and his political. toIIeIoub INCORPORATED iWrKNPT'JYOOlQ all school moneys, .the essential touch with manufacturers and other and Industrial nhllogonher. Mr. bill, is employers throughout the state, but Lantry showed is annual pass. The MOVCf 333 W, Mala Street I feature of the M hte Both Phones 135 Both ine uuaiii Kiieu 01 euucauunai irro- - ' aiso xu neip 1111 me ueruuuu iur jiuip strancer lOOKea at Mr. gantry lor Both on Kentuck famw. To this end Mr. several seconds and then said: dom. Twin motorcycle ?100. Phones Phoaei MiEmS3E&35. Consequently the voters of O'Neal ia In touch with employment "Friend, are you a railroadman?" One Twin Indian. 1 "II America will employ all legitimate officers in other States through the contractor For the first time the UT US KNOW! Ono R. S. Single, $50. agencies, and the final sanction of systems adopted by the Legion and broke his silence. Reaching up, he Local and Ions distance moving with One Yalo Twin cheap. box, against a measure j announces that he 3 In a position drew his seatmate's ear close to bis motor vans. Furniture, packing and the ballot 38x3 Inner Tubes, $1.50. All work guaranteed. For Your Savings U. S Government Protection. subversive of tile educational free- - for the interchangim; f of information mouth and said in a voioe loud shipping. cheerfully furnished free EsCut price on supplies. of timates j throughout every- - charge. the country respecting enough to be heard 'by almost More than 35,000 Bank Accounts representing 100,000 people with a total dom guaranteed to our families and A. ABXOX.B ft BOW He 31 as body in the car deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the our States by a constitution that has r employment conditions; R. L. DAVIS, Agent, AUCTIOW fe RT0KA8B OO. lately been rewritten IB the life-- estauiisnea offices at 714 inter 'I'm a lifelong Democrat. I'm a bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative ' , (Inoorporated) Southern buHdlag, where Informa Roman Catholic to the core, and I'm blood of their sons and brothers. S. W. Corner Seventh and Broadway 4M Wm VMM ItTMt MARKET AT SECOND In addition to theee expressions tioa wIM ba eherfuHy imparted. yaaoral manager of this railroad." UNDER THE BIG CLOCK 6H waflD S pQiirh .It a Zoui'sri'lfc. Ktf The educational bills have elicited considerable interest on the part of those who thing favorably of them, and also on the part of the opponents of these measures. Numerous protests have been sent to Senators and Representatives In Washington In reference to these bills, and some of the people's representatives have asked their constituents for reasons for """ protest. All the "v"'"'" '. ana wongressmen nave now Deen supplied with a substantial argu- ment against these bills and their tendency through the me- dlum of the leaflet "For the .Free- dom of Education," sent to them by the Central Bureau of the Central Society. And some of them are pro- pared to oppose the tendency which these bills foster. Among the letters received by the Central Bureau as a result of the circulation of this leaflet there is one from a Representative stating: I am inclined to agree with many of your arguments against central- -' ization of educational control." And another, from a Senator from a western state, wnose name is known to millions beyond the , Smith-Towner a that, while the National Education Association, in its campaign for the bills, has set up the educational policy of Franco as an example to us, the iBlshops of that very countrv are not at all entfiufllnn- tic over the present school arrange ment in their country. In the "Semalne Religeuse de Quebec" No. 447, recently sent us, we find a letter of "the Cardinals Arnhhlahons and Bishops of Prance to the French Catholics," several paragraphs of which treat of the school, situation, tho rights of parents and the rights, limitation of rights, and duties of protest the State In a sense of against the present pollcv.' Thus even in the Instance quoted the N. E. A. propaganda in the interest of the bills mentioned Is mislradinfc. Opposition against the Smith Towner bills should be continued. Suggestions or requests for amend- ments are practically beside the because the fault with the bills is not In minor flaws or Im- perfections but in the fundamental tendency to centralization, which has always been accompanied by grave danger to Boclety and State. A compromise will never suffice, because It can not remove their Intrinsic tendency. Smith-Towner it will be well to consider the fact EUCIIARISTIO LEAGUE. The first national convention of the Eucharlstlc League of the United States since the meeting held at Cincinnati over seven years ago, will be held at Notre Dame University, Ind., August 5, and 7. The sessions will be presided over by Bishop Joseph Schrembs, of Toledo, r. Bishop Schrembs suc President. ceeded- the late Bishop Maes, of Covington, who died several yeaTs G - Headquarters for CONTRACTOR FOR FROPERTY AND FARM CITY See us about anything ln real ALL HINDS OF CONCRETE WOBft estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. St. Home Phone City 4464. Homo Phone Shawnee X68 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular InWM. P. BANNON comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER an their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Room 1, Courier-JournCumb. S. 15I-- T 415 S. Fourth Street. al SAM L. ROBERTSON B. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. COMPANY Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING A SPEClATrr FITTING i i QE- . 608-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. FRED HORNUNG, JR. AND OAS IRISH MISSION WORK. Both Phones 4202 C. B. of C. V. AUGUST INTENTION. oi..,, r. The General Intention recommend- ed by His Holiness Pope Benedict xv. to members of the League of the Sacred Heart during August is wnrVhc T?nvo ninho Thu intiniinn -'" I' Is an Important one. Our Holy Father requests us to pray for the Buccess of a work which has for its purpose the protection of the souls of our working boys. Tho young boy who leaves school for work finds himself suddenly cut off from many helpful associations and from many aids to the fulfilment of his religious duties. New companion- ships are formed and new tempta- tions assail him. These temptations are the more dangerous because of his inexDerlence and deDendonce upon himself. He has not yet real- 1ed the responsibilities of approach- Ing manhood and frequently falls away from virtues and from the practice of his religion because he " "-- Priest3' Society at Limerick, the Mill Hill Foreign Missionary Society at Warerford. All these seminaries are fUled with students, and their priests are scattered all over the pagan world in China, Japan, the Philippine Islands, among the natives of South America and in the very remotest corners of Africa There is scarcely a mission field in tnc world where missionaries of one or omer oi inese societies can not be found- and a11 th,a wonderful misslonary activity from a little country with three and a half u0ns of Catholics, nt Ireland has only about three and "SOUTHERN STAB" a half millions Catholic population, yet she has six seminaries supplying SLICED BACON over three hundred priests every year to the English speaking "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Morning" countries. They supply many dlo- ce3es ln England. Scotland, America, HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Canada, Au,t-all- a and Now Zealand, LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. J'10 firi1l'fi,"i six Incorporated ,nB actively in the Interest of the miaaiuiis. uninese mis- fB Society with ino seminary at DEAD ANIMALS sion its Galway, tho African Mission Society HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) at Cork, th- Holy Ghost Fathers and the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Call Home Phone City 721; Dublin, the St. Joseph's Young Cumb. Phone Main 721. work-question, - 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 80S HENRY GOSS Roofing, Guttering, Snouting Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Tin GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN Incorporated. A. CO. Lazar, Manager Money Advunced on Your Plain Note LOUISVILLE HAMBLY RENDERING SHOE CO. 312 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. BltOS. STORES All Kinds of Footwear Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S For the 20th and Portland. 18th and Magazine Stores You Wait Soldiers' Uniforms and a Specialty. Work Called For Shaw. 1716 Hata Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, City 7164 and Attention and Quality." NATIONAL HATTEKS Homo Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While ! v,nariie Laniry. , txtrvq ,. rarad known, Sn?ral ..i,, nimse,t: In hoarding a train ho found a vumui j,ii uexi 10 an eiaeriy man, " a""0" immeaiateiy started to, ,wMrVanVy soon d,scovered J?1K tuat nIS seatmate was quite deaf, Medley Hotel and Restaurant and' as ia ??,neFalyll thf ,a!f , th " j;? "" Right Services """, unu8ua,iy '"uo. voice, ine aeainess Right Prices also prevented Mr. Lantry entering - t0, at one time a well contractor and later small road, f. jnuger following story on teU tne ... Tmrp" PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATI THE SIGN OF QUALITY Incorporated Slghl'd 741 1 East 180 n Wtti Organized by Oltlieai to Male KENTUCKY J. O A H 8 LAUNDRY CO. On Furniture ana Other Personal Property at Incorporated iOWEST SATES 014-02- 2 COLEMAN BUILDING Underbill St. S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Geo. Dearborn Both Phones 2886 Manager Well-know- JNO. P. MORTON & CO. 'incorporated Smith-Town- er e.f I Life Insurance Co. 1 ntlnu&Soael'lt "S?tilnt I If'Jt 1 ?ud ?S SS,can BIUTLINQEB 0; P1BE INSURANOa EPPING'S J. BUCKNER Smith-Town- er ;;r.r;;' ;rn.::i nr,l,m Vr.i.."AJ,x"ui??i-"Bi roo """" mths - Smith-Town- er FANS CHILDERS ,'a L. Supply and . ELECTRIC CO. I e Y Smith-Town- er SC Smith Motor Wheel $40 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK ' ICEXKrODTJOKlY IRISH AAftEHUOASV. MEN TRY ITS $1.00 PALsMu&EsACH THREE-PIEC- E FINE SUITS $1.50 WE ABE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. GOWNS i Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. HtiBBll Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. INCORPORATED v v. "Zfry&tof fMl KftHfril h, I Both Phones 2635. M. J. BANNON, 421 W. Chestnut St . President and Minajer. P. BANNON. JR., Vict Pn$. and Treas. MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. ESTIMATES FURNISHED On Marble, Granite Monuments and .Markers. Given to SPECIAL ATTENTION Orders. TRICES REASONABLE. Ont-of-To- R BANNON PIPE J CO. B. F. Marquess & Co. 414 S. Second St., Louisville, Ky. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, Fire Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire Brictt Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY cannon's Patent Liadeo ripe lor steam conauus, Silk Shirts cleaned never lose their newness. One trial will conSwiss JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 When WEST A1ARKET 1243. STREET Cumberland f !! VTOllKS-Thirtea- ntli S07. Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. and 373-178- CUMB, MAIN vince you. THE SIGNING OP THE PEAC3 TREATY. The historic scene dn the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles Palace at ithe signing of the treaty of peace. This photo was brought to .the United States aboard the British trans-- tlantlc dirigible 4 and handed to a representative of the International Film Service when the giant airsh ip landed at Roosefield Field, L. I. Insert, Photo of Preslden Wilson on ihis arrival home, .taken at Hoboken Just after ho landed. A R-3- Phones Shawnee West 1107a. "a11 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. SWISS Cleaners & No Job Too Large or None Too Small. Dyers "SEE IJS." Liberty Electric and Repair Company ULSTER Embalmer Not So Opposed to Irish Bulo as Tory English Oloim. ! Funeral f Director BOTH and PHONES 810. . tured East by 11.6G1 against G.681 In west Tyrone, Sinn Fein won by 10,442 against 7.69G and In the South tho Unionists won by 10,616 against a combined Sinn Fein and Nationalist vote of 8,039. Two seats Ilonie out of three for home rule and an jnsn voto of 30,086 against 24,993 flftlflnt T:nWtFermanoa,gh DANGER TO BE FEARED. Smlth-Towner mtwmtwitiwiit m SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. at fl .a TlAJTmTmTmT sTaattasttnet taa .TbJdSrTriTw?kAiTiatlAiTitkTMtw1UTtttMfiTMTtkifiiTtA JftJTaJflAlV4 i DOUGHERTY & McELUOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers '' both inorrjB;s. : ! ; Cuinb. Main SOOS.a Homo City 390S , J. J, BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS WMWHVVVVMVHVWWVWVWMUVVMWVMMVWWVrt CUMBEBXAND MAIN 3971-- y HOMS PHONE 88 822 City 2360. AND EMBALMERS. 3Eo.st Maiaa JSUnreel:. Main 2I60-T. L.sp. BlX Funeral Director and Embalmer 717-71- 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVIIjLIJ, K. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER INCORPORATED If You Want the Best We Haye It. IHt3EX W. C. RORK, PrtiMnl. Gr. JONJB)S & BROOK AND A STS, HERBHRT JENKINS. O O. tto Sc. nj Tttu. WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING Corner-Sevent- CO. INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office and Workrooms Northeast Home Phono City 2511 "We Axe As Close To Ton Ai Tour h Louisville, Kentucky nnd Broadway Phone" USE US STARK'S NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIR SHOP 3, STABS, Proprietor. Only the very best material and highest class or workmanship. Work Our called for and delivered. work and service will please you. TRY PILLSTHAT.WIU." "THE aUT UK w TRY US LOUISVILLE, KT. Home Phone, City 231 Cumb. Phone, Main We glvo special and prompt atwork. tention to 645 SOUTH rOUBTH AVENUE out-of-to- HENRY C HERB tooiftvfui.it, kv. . V 1288-- Y Do You Want to Sell or Buy SO TOU WANT TO SEXA OB BUT? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business. Farm, Mine or Property of any kind or description. We have Businesses nnd Enter- They work like a charm. Everyllbox sold to satisfy or your money refunded. ForflSale by Your Druggist in packages. 25-cent prises of every kind For Sale in al- Phone Shawnee 42. most any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. To Bay If Ton Waat or Private or Sell at Sale Auction Wo Are Motor Doctors, Skilled ExWrite or Call perts Are Beady to Serve Yon. AUTO OWNERS Pull lino of Tires, Tubes and 701-70- cessories. Tires and Tubes VulcanAuctioneer and Seal Estate ized. Batteries charged and reLOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. paired. 2860 Cumb. Phon el. Main PORTLAND AUTO REPAIR CO., Home Phone, City 6213 to Xitst With If Toh WHtxer OMicMf Us, S77 X. Tweaty-Slxt- k St. 2 BU6XXBM ETXXBXSQB EXCXAXSB Ac- the against 11 292 for thl TTnhJnUu Religious Question a Bugaboo the of Fema-nagaTealslTllfTeTouto" Raised by Grafting Landlord "rebel Ulster" along with Cavan Donegal and Monaghan, leaving only Politicians. four counties to be considered In Antrlm the Unionists swept all be- fore them, winning four seats1, with More Catholics in Ulster Than a total voto of 48,808 against 8,643 for Sinn Fein. In Down the Union,-Any Other Religious DeIsts gained four seat3 and the Na- tlonallsts one, tho total being 41,987 nomination, to 21,969. In Armagh the Unionists captured two seats, with a total vote of 18,670 against 12,962. Also In Derry, two seats going to the Union- XOT THE RICHEST PROVINCE. Ists, with 19,472 votes against 11,- 857. The city of Derry, however, al- ways a Unionist stronghold, and the Ulster stood in 1914 as England's 'IProtestant heart of Protestant Uls- sole excuse for the repudiation of Its ter," was won hy Sinn Fein, the home rule agreement. Ulster stands vote being 7,466 to 7,020. In Bel- today as England's one avowed rea- fast tho Unionists won eight seats son for refusing to grant Ireland any and the Nationalists one, the Union- "With 1st voto being 79,377, against 39,947 measure of tho tho British Government as an inter- forSo Opposition. much for the claim of the preting voice, the world has been given the Impression that Ulster Is solid Unionist Ulster" for whichat least half of Ireland; that it is Carson and Balfourt passionately demanded a "clean-cuseparation." settled almost solidly by Scotch Three counties overwhelmingly antl- Presbyterians; that it is a unit against home rule. Even the aver- Unionist and two counties giving majorities against Eng- age American, sympathetic with the Irish cause, has tho 'feeling that llshrule,- leaving four counties only Mm Ulster presents a "very serious prob- opposition votes in them. lem." What, then, are the facts? The following ofllcial religious Ulster is one of the four provinces of Ireland and contains nine coun- census also has direct bearing upon tho claim, that Ulster ls solidly Prot- ties. The other three provinces estant. and that by "Protestant" Is w'lhfnUnn hv Leinster, Munster and Connaught DR. JOHN P. BECKER i,,r?v i counties. Tho meant Scotch Presbyterian; in tho 2( have twenty-thre- e JL01.1"1, ,tally nine rounties of Ulster there are population of Ulster Is 1,581,61)6; U,h. 600,134 Catholics, 366,171 that of Ireland as a whole Is 4,375,-55- tants, 421,666 Presbyterians. Protes- - the Federal OPTOMETRIST, , If It is admittedly the case Methodists. Passing to the 48,490- ls "ltatcd north of the once proud assertherefore that the few are locking aml Independent South it will pay IN FITTING GLASSES the will of the many; It Is this re- tion that Ulster has all the "wealth- heavily for its constitutional right SPECIALIST and enterprise," and therefore obsistance of a .minority that goes out JectS! to nduct its own affairs as seems Twenty Year' Experieuce. the domination of poverty to the world as evidence of "Irish Prices Reasonable. Inability to agree." Acceptance of and idleness, the answers to this are t3: l? H8. eltizens. Had this Department of Educa- any such doctrine would have pre- matters of official record: On the tion COmO into existence in the tarn nf da6 3 IS Starka Building. Third Floor vented tho formation of the United annual tho ill returns Tnhllna frrnca of the Fourth and Walnnt. there is little valuo of property exceeds States of America: if accepted today eleven million pounds, while that of doubt that by this time America no there will be no Phone City 1180. Belfast Is less .than six million four wouiq nave oeen corruptee Dy tne and Poland, no perverted philosophy that has ruined thousand pounds. Dublin must be broken into hundred Inprvnm That was the DhlllsODhy tnic of thron hnnflrd Europe. an French pieces and German bits, for n.iv sixty thousand pounds, which is which held tho favor of the day, of no and in all are bitter minorities more than one hundred and fifty and as it was a secular philosophy small size. U was the only philosophy which None of those most prominent In thousand pounds above that of Bel- - could have been approved at Wash- the "Ulster rebellion" has any real fast. The Government ratable value of ington. If tho department is now connection with Ulster by birth or shillings; established what guarantee have wo residence. Sir Edward Carson did, Ulster is only seventy-tw- o ehil- - that tne dominant educational por- not even represent an Ulster con-- that of Leinster 13 ninety-eigWe have the largest indeof stituency until put up for a Belfast llngs. The Ulster rate, whllo in version uponany period will not be pendent Pord Bopalr Shop In forced tne CU7. seat In December, 1918: Sir Fred- - truth a pound higher than that of governments our people? Modern Our modern facilities mean are shot through and erick E. Smith; tho "Galloper of, Connaught, is only a fraction above through skilled servlco at reasonable with secularism, and our Ulster," is an English lawyer; Bonar. that of Munster. So Ulster, in- cost. OET OUR PRICES Canadian; Gen, Btead of being the richest province own Is no exception. Documents in Is a Scotch bill l "Any Make Car Towed In" with Support Of the 'Richardson and Gen. Wilson, who or In. In r.illf.v. n tinnr 1,ave already been spread broadcast ganized and drilled the Ulster rebe- Munster only a breath behind. at tho expense of tho Government DUGAN GARAGE ls1, are Englishmen; WalteV Long br officers of the Bureau of Educa- has no ESler connection and BalNEEDS CHURCH BELLS. IltA, J. DUGAN. tion, asserting the detestable un- . four, Lord Cecil, Lord Curzon, Lord Shop Foreman and General principle Milner and scores of other "Ulster "Hear the tolling of the bells, iron American and Manager 1315 SOUTH BltOOK STREET that the child is tho ward of the leaders" are English through and bella; through. What a world of solemn thought State, and that the control of edu- cation is primarily the concern of In December, 1918, an English thelr monody compels!" general election was held, and while Down, in a little mis- - tbe Federal Government. The policy tho Unionists in Ireland banked a slon dn Arizona there is a struggling of the proposed Department of Edu- solid front in support of unchanged Cathollc congregation, foreigners cation could hardly bo stated with and unchanging British rule, tho op- most of them, who have emigrated greater deflniteness. It ls a policy lopowlez Hd AbMnnal Hills StUfttificallj Trutri position split into two camps. The to this land, where tho sound of which, by shifting duties proper to Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsey nationalists went before tho people a church bell seldom peals to stir the individual to a subsidized with their usual and traditional de- the "solemn thought" Poo so well governmental agency, will in the end Chiropodiat mand for home rule; the Sinn Fein illustrates in "The Bells." If you destroy tho spirit of initiative, self- 807 years of futile havo ever visited a small town or reliance and independence without declared that forty Starka begging showed the folly of parlia- settlement you have undoubtedly which democracy degenerates into Baildiaj mentary methods; announced that Ustoned with more than a passing autocracy. BotnPboJt: their candidates, If elected, would Interest to the cheery sound of a The danger which every republic assemble in Dublin, not London, and church bell as tho Angelus ls rung; must fear Is overcentrallzation, with asked votes on tho bold platform of or on Sunday manning when all ls its consequent substitution of doml- MTi NOW IS THE TIME an Irish Republic. Leinster, Muns- quiet, tho pious folks are already nation by one man for the rule of FOIi STRAW HAT ter and Connaught went almost as a wending thojr way churchward, tho the people. We have just concluded CLEANING. unit for Sinn Fein. The Nationalists last bell for mass calls the tardy a war undertaken, we are told, that 3M1 Avoid the rush by con were annihilated and the Unionists, ones to hurry. To return again to democracy might not perish from sulting- us now. Panama frankly confessing an overwhelming the Arizona mission, a, short time the earth. If this bo true, to set Hat Cleaning- and Blockimajority that made contests farcical, ago one of the parishioners ordered "P in the very school-rooa system ng- our specialty. did not put up a single candidate in a bell from the manufacturer, and which can not but destroy democracy STATIONAX. HAT CLEANING WORKS twenty-pn- o In Dublin when 'it was counties. he had among our own people, ls a betrayal delivered county out of four seats they cap- - nothing Albert Smith, Prop. of our principles closely akin to ln- pay for lured one in a caretuny gerryman-- 1 The goodwith which to is still it. sanity, SS3 WEST MARKET STREET priest states lt at dered district, the only Unionist Homo Phone, City 6161 depot light and the only Unionist vjctory, the freight enoughawaiting a collec- rto large IRISH NATIONAL BUREAU. In tho twenty-thre- e counties outside tion will be sufficient. Ifrelease it you should $50 6iv roux boya aa edmotlon th wtt) of Ulster. prapara vans zoz uxa. The Irish National Bureau, now A study of the Ulster vote reveals care to assist with a small donation Unionists did not contest in for the bell in question, or It you ono of the Institutions of tho Capital, ST. XAVIER'S ,COLLEQE that the Cavan, the Sinn Fein taking both should care to send a donation for has announced that Justice John W. seats without a struggle. In Done-- , a church beH ($30.00) the Catholic Goff, of tho Supreme Court of tho lia TV. Broadway, Komlartlla, Ky. gal, 'with four seats, the Unionists unurcn extension society, you aic- - stato or New York, nas Deen Conducted by tiia X&verlui Brothers building, would Scientific Business and comesieu oniy une, losing iiauuuy to gladly forwaird yourChicago,or assign pointed Director and will henceforth- Classical,Preparatory Department, Lor gift, take charge of the bureau's actlv- Courses, pool, a Nationalist, me unionist vote tor Bwlm nuns' Equipped uymn- well Hughes, tho Katherlne the county therefore was 4,797 your separ$ gift Ho another mission ities. Terma moderate. and inform you of tho name of the . Canadian writer, who has been In turn. Bre. Bnjamln, 'tr. j charge of tho work for several of 39,041. In Monaghan, with two place. months, will remain as assistant to seats, the Unionists attempted one (Justice Goff. The main purpose of LIVING COST DOUBLE. contest only, losing badly, and Sinn . HiiTVkati 4Tia la Aliit'i f nnal t,af a Fein swept the country. The total vote: Tho cost of living has gone up 102 concerning the situation In Irieand, Unionist, 4,497; Sinn per cent. In the United States, 107 too often obscured In the foreign 21,497. This showing and there 'has nevor been any other per cent. irJ Canada, 133 per cent, press reports, and information 200 per cent, in latlne to the Irish ouestion will be election result for Jorty years lifts in England Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal out France sine the beginning of the made available to members of tho NORTON BUILDING of the "rebel Ulster," leaving only war, accord) ag to the results of an Senate and House of Representatives six counties' to be considered. investlgatlOE just completed by who are interested in the movement . W. Cwicr Fwrlh Jeffcrfen In Tyrone, the Nationalists cap-- economists 1 1 he War Trade Board, from any point of view, h W 0,n lofufo 5S0LB$S homo miA ann cauwnl n?9ononn 5l8iJ?J " 2fn? f S" campaign foT tho Oar Mollo: Prompt Service, Bet. bill proceeds apace, with its teP Work, SntUfled Cuntomera. customary disregard of all arguments against it. One argument, alPhono City 2700 .f 1' ! I' 'I' 'I ways resented, is nevor answered: j"H- ! ! .t .r 1 1 fr .. V i .. it. 745 S. Sixth St. but for this silence tho friends of Louisville, Ky. e bm t be blamed, since ii thoro ls no an3Wcr- s America, 7? anyone who will take the trouble Ohio River Fish reaa l"IS cnarier or caucauonai despotism it ought to be clear that RECEIVED DAILY, the verV to ' the bill, tho OHIO RIVER f ? all edu- Bcho013 the United States, passes T f( -local community to a pollt- xvv. ,fro,m l?" aPPlnteo ! at Washington, whoso f,tness for position will bo A. J. 5c Judsed In no small measure by his ,yalty to thc dominant party. And this political appointee is to A SPECIALTY. bo our educational autocrat. Best Cigars Made There is no escape from the conclusion a & Boyer Fish Co. ' tho proposed Secretary of PV VV Vi Education is authorized to decide whether or not any State is comply- 311 East Jefferson Street. InB with the provisions of tho bill, As Netr to You as Ibe Nearest Phone" Homo City 1061. ho has complete power to dictate the conditions under which the children FLOWERS n of Americans must be FUNERAL "educated." The provisions of tho A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 bill relate to course of study, school programmes and the train- - A SPECIAL WRKATn S5.00 Round Trip Ing of teachers, all of which imust be approved at Washlngtqn. If the ON STEAMERS Recretarv of PMiirn.Hnn orlora Hin In. elusion In school programmes for mixed classes of the latest vagary America Queen City on such vagary must bo At 5 P. M. Every Friday. inserted or tho recalcitrant State wln get no money from Washington. He has tho same right with regard to t lntroduction or exclusion of Wo telegraph Flowers Everywhere nnv ,,sw.t ..i.ntnnn. MEET THE BOAT TRIPS " but In the Institutions for the training Every Sunday at g a. m. from Third J: -and River. ":". ,' Phone Main or City 141. S? ,Tth?Sn Tho - Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. l - J"" f01! SMOKE TARPY'S 1Itt uaou au; Tick Little Fresh j I I" Segal free-bor- $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 $2 and o, '",," ' " --. mi,,i n vo ,- i- S!l ???' ,'JL 4. Hot Water Heaters Double Copper Coils rrlco $12-5- 0 Connecting carpet-bagge- rs Czecho-Slovakl- a, Jugo-SlavI- Alsace-Lorrai- ne $4.00 $9.50 Solid aii 1 ht FORDS REPAIRED Guaranteed Satisfactory 1815 Date St. Home Sliawnre W. M. CISSEIX 1601-- J. 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Louisville Post an editorial that a The second edition of the National was intended to be fair, the only L ONLY Catholic War Council Bulletin, just mistake being that Its estimates of Mr. and CMrs. Bert L. Menne left O Is Indeed an Interesting the Catholic population were received, Saturday for Atlantic City and New Beautiful Mahogany Adjustable Shaving Mirrors, worth $5.00, will sell for only $2.00. R and full of really excellent ly underestimated. The iPost said: York. E FILLED PROMPTLY MAIL ORDERS reading matter. The work of the "There is one misapprehension Miss Mary Lane spent two pleasD ' Catholic War Council Is fully set about Ireland which wo find la very ant weeks visiting relatives at forth, and a pity It Is that a copy widely held, and which should be Bloomfleld. G can not be placed in every loyal disposed of. It seems to be believed L Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry T. Klbby have home throughout the country. Along by many people who "have not ln- been making Ac educatlonal lines the Bulletin should .vestlgated the subject that Ireland Washington. a ten days' visit In fi.. prove of dnestlmable value. S .Is divided into different camps by FACTORY: 134-1NORTH FOURTH STREET geographical lines, with all of th Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Brotzge left S Main 2072. Sunday to spend a month at Atlantic TelepKonei -- City 8550, 8560. G. O. P. DIFFICULTY. South of Ireland Catholic and fav City and New York. able to home rule, and all of Ulster Republican party in the Protestant and hostile to home rule. The Mrs. Thomas Moynahan, of If You Want If You Want . South, and particularly In this sec- - But ,3 not the case has gone to Boston, Mass., A of the AUTO LENSES GLASS TOPS ' relatives. tlon, has been riding Into office with South of Ireland ls favorablo to to be the guest of Come To any sort of a d ticket due1,, rul(J( but ,n the ulster coun. WOLF BLITZ ROUGH GLASS Miss Flora Dugan, of Bardstown, BEVELED GLASS WOLF BLITZ PLATE GLASS to the huge negro vote, which voted jtJeg the majorlty agalnst home rule has been a guest of Mrs. T. E. 415 W. Market 415 W. Market solid and received but little reward. jlg not overwhelming. Many North DIckerson, of Terrace Park. Now with the colored voter wanting of Ireland protestnfS faVor .!,. Miss Alberta Ford, of Jefferson- to hold office himself and the many rulei and there ls a ieavy ville has returned from a visit to ",n) "UH wrwusnoui me country popuiatlon all through that section, relatives In Chicago and Stockton, TWIN" CITY LEAGUE. $123,000 PURCILVSE BY AIRPLANE OIL & REFINING COJIPANY IN ALLEN COUNTY. .,....... tn the O. O. P. Is in the middle of a fn rot .,- - , 4v Tti ft 'he torrid heat had nothing on bad fix. the majority aeainst Irish home ... e hot contests furnished In the .Ltiiiuieu iiuu tamer vaniu rule Is only about as six is to fomtf $ave League Sunday from ."might have been. turned "been Cincinnati atwin City Baseball the games bewhat One of the biggest deals put over during the past month was consummated Tuesday, July 8, when tho while, if the whole of Ireland s where they have Shawnee Park, visiting Mrs. Airplane Oil and Refining Company, Inc., purchased the Hlnton and Tucker leases In Allen county for a contween the K. of C. and the Shawnee considered, the majority for home B. W. Buskirk. Had the British Government in ' sideration of $125,000 and takes over the property at once. Club and the Hibernians and the There are 16 well3 on the two properties connected with the pipeline and pumps and five more to con1914 anet the challenge of Sir Ed- rule Is at least as seven ls to three." Miss Eleanore Hegewald, of New X. Alumni being real thrillers. The nect up that are now in, including the Airplane's Dearlng lease. This means that the company will have Elsewhere we give facts and Albany, has returned after a de- Shawnee Club Js making a stretch ward Carson and put Into operation about 145 barrels of dally production from the start and expect to begin shipping oil this week. The run, the home rule bill as passed by the figures upon this subject that will lightful visit to Miss Rose Mahoney jinx, having lost its early Eeason price of the company's stock goes to par, 10 cents, July 15th and 15 cents August 1st, or more. Wo look and nosed the Knights out in a to see this stock go 25 or 50 cents before many moons, as the men at the .head of the company, D. D. House of Commons and approved serve to correct the errors of our at Logansport. game by the score of 6 Smith, president, and J. L. Penn, secretary-treasureof Frankfort, Ky., and business men of largo expeby the people of Great Britain, there friendly contemporary. Mrs. John Galligan, who was visit- to 5. It wasn't the fault of the old rience and are In the game to win and win big. 'Kentucky Oil Journal. veteran Ben Bossmeyer though, as would be ho President of an Irish ing relatives in Lexington and Frankfort, has returned to her home he hammered out a double, a republic touring the United States and two singles in five times In Jeffersonville. today seeking recognition for his up, but still the Knights couldn't Lloyd George, the British Premier, 'V by the people of this " Government . Misses Xanella and Mary Louise win. The Hibernians bunched their ia Is Insistent that "Ulster must not be country. 'Instead of being openly Coots and Miss Irene Wrege, of hits off Aulbach, and with errors coerced." That the rest of Ireland Jeffersonville, who were visiting in sandwiched In beat the X. Alumni In ' 1?" hostllo to England, Ireland would Is a 3 to 1 game. coerced does not seem to trouble Cincinnati, have returned. Mackin fattened have lined up with Canada,' Ausinfc m. their batting averages against the him tralia, New Zealand and the other Voice in the least. With the True but game California Club, Miss Edith Klapheke has returned we just wonder whether Sir colonies of Great after a visit of two weeks at Lexing- the score being 18 to 2, called on yC$sss Edward Carson, whoso last outbreak ton, where she was entertained by account of darkness. x Tomorrow Britain. was condemned even by the Tory Miss Anna Elizabeth Rives. Mackin and X. Alumni will furnish one . of the headliners while the press in England, still terrorizes ANALYZED. Mr. and Mrs. John Maguire, of Hibernians and Shawnee will furnish Lloyd George, or is he perhaps a Parkview, had as visitors last week another. The K. of C. will play the Honestly analyzed the Irish ques- part of the paid propaganda against Mr. and Mrs. Will Black and e California Club. The standing to date: tion Is simplicity itself. 'Ireland justice for Ireland? At any rate, he and William Black, Jr. k Won Lost Pet wants and is determined to have the seems to be doing the work of stirMiss Fannie Elizabeth LaFever, Mackin Council 2 .788 7 right to govern herself, without any ring up trouble and making It apwho was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hibernians .783 2 7 Interference from outside. She in- pear that Ulster is opposed to any Mahoney, East Market street, Jeffer- X. Alumni 6 .600 4 sists upon absolute Independence. settlement of the Irish question. sonville, has departed for Atlanta, Knights of Columbus.. 5 5 5oo Shawnee Athletic Club. 4 6 She has established, by the will of That fits in exactly with Lloyd her home. .400 Caiifornians o 10 .000 more than of her George's programme at the present Miss Honor Murphy returned r"ople, a republican form of govern- time. poutinuculA. Wednesday to the Walter Reed We are not at all surprised at the Hospital, at Washington, ment modeled upon our own, and after a The Portinucula Indulgence may she seeks for it International re- Premier's refusal to consider Ire visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. be gained today and tomorrow by Murphy. cognition. He promised enough She offors to all upon land's case. devout Catholics, having begun her shores, regardless of race or re- when Nationalist votes in Parlia Of late years this Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lincoln and yesterday. ligion, political equality and re- ment were needed by him. But wh daughter, Miss Mary Murray Lincoln, Franciscan feast has been allowed to be transferred to the Sunday folligious freedom. She wants to he got what he wanted he co ly and Miss Mary O'Connell left Wed- lowing, and some of tho churches two for sovern herself In her own way, with went back on every promise that he nesday Lick a Springs. weeks' stay at follow this exception. St. Boniface's French fairness and justice to all, and to had made. To talk of giving dominand St. Joseph churches will have 'live In amity and concord with all ion home rule to Ireland now with iMr. and 'Mrs. James Marra, who this devotian on Sunday, August 3, county option 'for Ulster ls laugh were on their wedding trip in their beginning Saturday and continuing the peoples of the earth. Sunday night. and are able. Ireland has spoken in the automobile, have returnedand Meigs until usual conditions Complying Vrith the the Indulgence at home on East Court THOSE RACK RIOTS. election last year, and her voice avenues, Jeffersonville. applied to the departed may be gained on each soparate visit to the ls for Independence. No dominion Last week's race riots in Wash- home rule and division will be ac Mr. and Mrs. Clint Koerner visit church. The devotion will be held ington only show to what lengths cepted as a solution of the Irish ed Mrs. Koerner's parents, Mr. and on Saturday, August 2, at St. Anthony's churches, uncontrolled passion leads. Grant- question now, and no one knows it Mrs. James T. Larkln, at Frankfort, the two and St. Peter's churches. other Franciscan T.hey had Just for the week-ened that great provocation for re- better than Lloyd George himself. returned from French Lick Springs. and also at St. Mary Magdalene's, St. Martin's and St. Vincent de Paul sentment has been given, that does Of course the promise of homo l Mrs. Nell Meehan Neff has re- churches, which nave tho privilege not excuse the violent outbreaks rule on impossible conditions will V? !,:" ' L - J&& ?g$em -turned home 'after spending two that took place. Lawlessness is no be held out to Ireland in the hope months in the West, visiting in Fort of this devotion. Bubstitue for order and blind pas- of dividing Irishmen and weakening Bayard, N. M., Los Angeles, Red- PltrESTS ARE CHANGED. No. 1 Showing Airplane well No. 2 drilling rig with tank well No, 1 In back ground. Well No. 2 now in sion seldom seeks justice. A mob the demand for justice. That was lands, Calif., and Colorado Springs. with oil standing in the hole about 10 feet from top ready to connect with pump. No. 2 Famous Grave The Franciscan Chapter of this is the most unreasoning thlng out- to be expected. But the day for Yard lease that made over 100 bbls. per day. Old Man Harris in foreground as big as life. No. 3 LookMiss Evelyn King and Miss Har province held its annual meeting last ing east from Airplane holdings showing tank cars. ' No. 4 Another view of big well on Grave Yard side the mere brute creation, and that has passed. The promises of Ream are visiting in Frankfort, wecK in Cincinnati, when changes lease. No. 5 Drilling on tho McReynolds lease which Joins tho Grave Yard lease. No. 6 Another rig, the mob spirit Is the most danger- British politicians can no longer de- riet guests of Miss Margaret ShaW for the various houses under its the McReynoids lease. No. T Pump at work on this lease. No. 8 and 9 showing rigs on McReynolds leases. ous thing in any community. One ceive friends of Ireland. It may bo and Miss Pauline PaTk. They are Jurisdiction were anade. Th only of the duties of government Is to a long road to the goal that Ireland having a most delightful time, as change affecting Louisville were at many entertainments were given for St. Boniface church, where four assuppress It and to secure justice, has before her. But there can them. sistant priests waro transferred. The HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY peace and order. Any government scarcely be any compromise now assistant priests will be Father now. that fails in this fails in the very Those who talk about it are only The marriage of Miss Ella Dominic Meyer, O. F. M.; Father DIVISION 8. purpose ifor which it was instituted. wasting their breath. The situa- Donovan, and Albon Schneider, O. F. 'M.; Father of Jeffersonville, Ve do not know how far the tion in Ireland has so changed In Joseph F. Dannenhold, of this city, Simeon Fiedler, O. F. M., and Father First and third Fridays, Hibernian nuptial nigh Phllbert Ramstaotter, O. F. M. Tho will be solemnized 0 Home, Portland. authorities in Washington were to the past five years and the in mass at 8 o dock with Thursday morn priests who have been transferred President Tim O'Leary. b.lame for the orgies of riot and dis- sincerity of British promises has ing at Holy Trinity church, St. from St. Boniface are Father Berna-din- e House Vice President Walter Murphy. n Wissler, O. F. M., to Chatham, if ,nTw; order 'that have disgraced our Capl- - been proved so clearly that friends Matthews. John Financial Ontario; Father Joseph Klein, O. F. erlck, 1850 Secretary avenue. Brodtel City. Perhaps they did all in of Ireland no longer trust any proPortland Mrs. Delia Bannon and nieces, M., to Batesvllle, Ind.; Father AnA. Recording Secretary John their power to check them. But it posed compromise. Irish freedom Misses Helen and Mary Margaret thony Kroeger, O. F. M., to Pena Martin. Semi-AnnuCleaning al would seem that adequate assistance today means not home rule, but full Broderlck. of 1850 Portland avenue, Blanca, N. M,; Father Victor Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. spending the summer months to Kansas City. was near enough to be summoned ac- are Sergeant-at-Arm- s That is in Martin Shee-hain case of need. Thero may be some cord with President Wilson's prin- with 'Mrs. Bannon's sister, Mrs. Sullivan, in New York City. Before WELCOME VETERANS. excuse for not quelling at once the ciples which he enunciated before returning they will visit Troy and Sentinel Thomas Noone. first outbreak. But there could be going to Europe. On these lines otjtfrr Eastern points. The suggestion has been made no excuse for allowing a repetition the fight must be waged and Tin jBf that when the First Division, A. E. DIVISION 4. arrives in Louisville they be Meets second and fourth Mondays St&f Mr. and Mrs. Stafford 'MoKenna, F., of the disorder on three or four question settled. of Fairfield, announce the engage- given a Kentucky welcome, That Bertrand Hall, Sixth street nights. For that the authorities ment of their daughter, MJsa (Mary this welcome may be befitting these President John J. Barry. were to blame, Kelly, heroes, Mayor Smith has requested Lee McKenna, to William P. WILL TAKE LAST VOWS. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. And what of the men who took of Louisville. The wedding will take Secretary of War Baker to have Lawrence August 4 will be a day of wide place tho latter part of this month them parade through our streets. D. Recording Secretary part in the riotous, disorders? They Meany. Men's. B2S' "E? spread Interest in Catholic circles, and will an event of much interest This alone would Indeed bo a poor were guilty of murder in as far as Financial Secretary Thomas J. welcome. Our soldiers have had all Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. here and throughout the State. Girls' Women's O they were responsible for the taking especially to the parents and relatthe parading they want and are well Treasurer John F. Burke. ives of those wlio will make their Louisville, should do of human life. Let a mob set starttired out. ST. JOHN'S FESTIVAL. Sergeant-at-Arm- s This clearance of ur tremendous summer stock Patrick Consomething more than ask them to nelly. ed on Its work and the men com- - final vow at St. Catherine's, near Springfield. Among the number Clay and Wal- give an exhibition for public, entersaving for prices are St. John's parish, presents to you a two-fol- d posing it become crazed for the time Sentinel M. J. McDermott. will be, Sister Dorothea, who will nut, will give a Summer (Festival, tainment, something tfrat the boys being. Buf they knew what they be remembered hero as Mies Anna on Wednesday, August 6, both after- would have reason to appreciate. To deeply cut and next season's footwear will be $2 to were doing when they began their Cecilia Butler, daughter of parade only would cause not only South Second street. This move Mr. and noon and evening. To accommodate $4 higher per pair. Come! Mobs are made up of men Mrs, George J. Butler. For some the large crowd both schoolyards inconvenience but much discomfort. was made because of the great inwork. will be fitted up. The usual games Why not provide a big Kentucky crease of business, larger and mora who allow their paseioaa to blind time past Sister Dorothea has been W quarters being necescommodious will be played and a good supper barbecue or dinner? 11 them to the rights of others and the engaged in teaching in Maseaohusets, served. sary.' A new line of marble and granite' is being shipped from the neoMslty of maintaining order In any but returned to the St. Catherine's MARQUESS' NEW LOCATION. This is a pleasant opportunity for "1 famous Vermont nuarrlea and this this important and impressive oc- - hundreds who have taken up fahelr in There ean be elriliaed community. sTi Co., dealers in popular company ls now fully Br F. Marquesa . , number of relative will go a to meet other parts of of SK .utln. 'easion. Mr; and Mrs. Butler and to homu in their old friends the city monuments and &markers, hare equipped to handle all orders, large -. .. -- , , -- - m i wuu pirn sprlmHHW to wb ot our waairy. mi moved from 613. Fifth street to 414 'or small. the eereoioay. Jaka't. , iHE' .; ' l.i ONE SILVER LINING, . LOUISVILLE, KY. ..SATURDAY, AUGSUT 2, ,1919 August 5 Annual picnic for Holy) Trinity phurch on Park grounds, St. Matthews. August 5. Annual picnic and chicken supper of Holy Trinity on church church, St. Matthews, grounds. August 5 and 6 St. Columba's annual lawn fete, fried chicken supper, euchre and lotto, church grounds, Thirty-fift- h and Market. "August 6 St. John's lawn feto and church festival on .grounds, Clay and Walnut streets, afternoon and evening. August 10 Field day of Twin City League at Eclipse Park. August 31 Moollght excursion, of Hibernian Social Club, on Steamer East St. Louis. August 12 Mackin Council moon-- . light excursion on steamer East St. Louis. August Lawn fete of St. Louis Bertrand's church, on lawn of Bertrand Hall. ' WINDSHIELDS Put In Come To If You Want r WIRE GLASS WINDOW GLASS BENT GLASS If You Want GLASS 3 WOLF BLITZ 415 W. Market If you want to see yourself, Put In Call VOLF BLITZ 415 W. Market C attend Owing to thi Great Demand For Mirrors Wi Have Extendsd Our Sale WOLF BLITZ MIRROR SALE i )t i A ; Y)i; T H E D R I will sell you a mirror at wholesale price And Give You a Frame Free I have a selection of eight different kinds of beautiful frames of all sizes and colors. Some of these frames are valued as high as $6.00. I will give you a frame, and frame your mirror, and deliver it to you, all for the cost of the mirror at wholesale price. A SOGIETV. o SPECIALTHIS WEEK slight-numb- er I WOLF Market Street BLITZ West 415 38 , Joffer-sonvlll- e, Old Mirrors Made to Look Like New 1 1 bob-taile- A ten-lnnl- r, three-bagg- er 4-- Scenes S.W Men CaKv: ': oft-beat- ed ''" Ai, Wlnl-fred- ' three-fourt- JC. d. "'.'' ... 1818-182- 51st , Sum-Tier- s, "SWEEPING-OUT- " O Uf OOVJ-f- 6 ..-- .- i,. tb '"--- fr ':mhni&e I ' I sseEEwewJ t f mMtfT'CXOisrv Atexagua ajmlixoajc.. FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. VOTE FOR Joseph Nevin .j Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment It rTT-E- rp IrlrBKT I laundress. Easy Wash Days For YOU ? pLECTRIC WASHING MACHINES en P. abe many women to dispense with a Where a laundress is used, the ironing and washing usually can be done in one day, 'with the aid of electric service. Either way, the Electric Washer soon pays for itself. Let us do your week's washing in your own home without charge to you. Just telephone Main or City 2182, and ask for Commercial Department. FOR COUNTY OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS You Waited Years For COMMISSIONER Subject to Action of the Demo- an Opportunity Like This You'll Wait Years Again Have you seen people huntine this town over for a place to live? Have seen rents? Then meet the demand by building a house on that vacant lot, and turn it while you have a "top market." cratic Party. If you want a safe, sure, certain investment, buy a lot and build a house on it. Don't wait for Primary Election Aug. 2, 1019. prices to go down they aren't going down for years. The time to build is' when the market is good. Prices may be hiph so are your returns. continue their effective campaign against anarchy. Have you planned to own your own homei Then now, if ever with rents going still higher, Prominent men from all parts of time to build just what you've wanted and move into it. the country will address the conven- is the tion and every center of population You can get materials and labor and deliveries now a few months hence, when the building on this continent generally will be and Reconstruction movement is in full swing' you'll wonder why you pass the chance you have now. represented by delegates. Every house you build releases another home or appartment adds to the posperity of the city adds to your prosperity, Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. "' ' n - i . - ' Louisville Gas & Electric Company (Incorporated) Build Now! It Will Furnish Employment and Keep Times Good! STATE POIilTICS. K. OF C. No Dull Days CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: Louisville Gas and Electric Co. C. C. Mengel and Bros. Company Norman Lumber Company Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER; Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. The Caloric Furnace Company Southern Brick and Tile Co. 111) S. 4th. St. Pipe and Pincless Furnaces. T. Bishop, Agtent, Cor. 18th and Ormsby Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. Central Glass Company Automatic "Water Heaters, 518 2 S. Second 1-- at Peace . ConvenLORD AND LADY RIBBLESDALE. formerly Mrs. Ava The latter, Willing Astor, of New York, whose recent wedding In London was kept . IxAKGE CAVE TARTY. tion at Buffalo Xe.t Week. Knights Will Take Up Great Work For tho Youth of Nation. it NATIONAL PRESIDENT. Will Continue Their Effective Carii- palgn Against; Anarchy and Bolshevism, FREE NIGHT SCIIOOTi PIAN. JOHN C. DUFFY. vote for John C. Duffy forcascs for the Commonwealth has been appealed to the Railroad Commissioner In the of which Court. First district will bo a vote for Supreme petition for He prepared the Democratic success In the Novem- setting aside the notorious judgcase at Lexment In the Harkness ber election. solely responsible lie carried Christian county, a ington and Isbeing brought. county of fourteen hundred Re- for that suit Ho has cheerfully responded to publican majority, three times In the call of his party with his succession and can do so again. meanu and as a speaker In many As County Attorney campaigns. ho was hard-fougeminently successful and was one Ha is not only qualified by his of the oalelnal good roads men In experience in the general practice the Commonweal! 'i. more than a of tho law. but has been highly hundred miles of turnpike being successful In his practice before built In his county while ho was the Railroad Commission and tho In that office. Federal Administration at WashAs a member of the General As- ington is an earnest student of sembly he was able and progres- public and affairs. sive and a strong champion of These are some of the reasons every measure Intended for the why John C. Duffy should be nompublic cood. He was never a inated for Railroad Commissioner. champion of special Interests. THOMAS O. SKINNER. As special counsel for the ComCampaign Manager. monwealth he successfully (Advertisement. and won many Important A ht con-duct- ed All work and no play makes Jack a dull toy. Tha has held good ever since he flrat Jack started to earn his living by the sweat of his high or low brow. The Knights of Columbus are coming to Jack's rescue, and to Jim's and Joe's, and Tom's and Dick's and Harry's. The Knights, realizing that the period of transition to the ways of peace spells limitless opportunity for young men of tho nation, are going to do their share towards extending the hands of tho nation's younth to grasp at opportunity. At the Peace Convention of the K. of C. in Buffalo, August 5, C and 7, a concrete programme will be presented by a special committee of the K. of C. Board jof Directors. This programme was framed by educational experts sitting in a weekly session In New York tho week of July 27. Among these experts are some of the foremost Catholic "and secular educatlpnal authorities In the country such men as James F. Byrne, Father John J. Wynne, Ed- I WANT YOU FOR ME FOR ) ' SECRETARY OF STATE , MAT S. COHEN Democratic Primary, August 2, 1919 Joseph Scott and Dr. Edward A. Pace. It Is expected that the recommendation to tho convention will take the form of a vast, free night school plan, the K. of C. Councils, of which there are over 2,000, forming the units of activity. Practical and cultural courses will be offered and expert professional management engaged throughout. Another great enterprise to bo taken up by the Supreme Convention of the K. of C. is the work of establishing recreation centers throughout the country. In TJtlca, N. Y., there Is a modol K. of C. recreation center, with every facility for athletic and gymnastic events and for extra, educational and amusement features. Many of the delegates to the Peace Convention at Buffalo will visit the Utlca center to witness the operation of the ideal K. of C. public club. In Columbus the Knights recently raised .$325,000 for a center of this description. The club In Utlca cost over $150,000. The educational and recreational work being undertaken by the Knights of Columbus is calculated to be of Immense benefit to the 600,000 members of the order and to such others as take- advantage of the privileges. Another feature of the Peace Convention will be the emphasizing of the K. of C. attitude towards Bolshevism. Supreme Knight James A. Flaherty resumed the K. of O. warfare against 'extreme radicalism a fight the Knights had fought for years before the war the moment hostilities ceased. The Knignus win . ward Devlne, Michael J. Downey, - A great honor has come to the Hibernians of Indiana In tho election of Judge James E. Deery to the National Presidency of tho great old order at Its recent convention In San Francisco. It Is the hope of tho Indiana Catholic that his record will bo such that the next two years' achievements will insure his by acclamation two years hence In the next national convention. From that paper wo take the following: James A. Deery, National Presi dent of tho A. O. 51., became a mem ber of the order in 1904, Joining Division No. 7 of Indianapolis In his eighteenth year. He soon became Financial Secretary of tho division and was later elected Division President for one term. He was Chairman of the St. Patrick's Day Committee in 1911 and 1912, and was elected County President in the fall Ho was elected State of 1912. President of Indiana in 1914, and in 1916. On account of the war there was no convention In 1918, and' ho was serving as holdover State President when elected National President last week at San Francisco. The new National President comes from a family long Identified with the Hibernian order, his father and all of his uncles being active members. James JJ. Deery, father of tho new National President, is President of the Celtic Saving and Loan Association. He joined tho Hibernians In Marlon county In 1879, and has attended practically all the meetings of his division during all the years since then. James H. Deery's office In, too order was that of Financial Secretary of Division No. 1 in 1879. He served until elected County President In 1881. Ho 6erved thirteen years as County President ten years as THE KRE5IER STORES. President of Division No. 3, and ago, F. J. Kremer, Two year ten years as President of Division No. 7, which he founded. The elder formerly a leading member of the Deery is now serving as treasurer of Walters' Union, determined to go into business for himself and so Division No. 7. o tostarted tho American bacco store at Preston and Jefferson TAKES 3CEXTUCKY BItTDE. He began with a splendid streets. Announcement waamade during stock of goods' for smoko, chew or the past week of the marriage of pipe, and soon made It evident that formerly of he kept the cheapest tobacco store MIs3 Nora Marshall, Frankfort, who. has been making in the city, where it was possible her homo in Washington for the past for lovers ot the weed to buy their year doing war work, and William favorite brands lower than elseThere were special sales Martin, of Buffalo. N. Y. The wed where. ding took place In the tJhurch of the also and so splendidly was this Sacred Heart, the Rev. Jerome Mil- store managed and eo excellent the ler officiating. Miss Rebecca Gooch, 'stock ot goods that two years Jater of Frankfort, and Capta. J. Storey Kremer & Co. opened a second and William O'Connor, of Camp store, the 2'Iedmontt, at Preston and Humphreys, were attendants. (Mrs. Liberty streets, which was a success Martin is the daughter of Mr. and from the word go. Hera also the beat soft drinks can be had lower Mrs. Ben Marshall. that at any other establishment In Louisville, and hard times have not "OUR MARY." caused tho energetic and able proMary Navarro, prietor to raise his prices or serve de Anderson goods. formerly one of the foremost actres- the public inferior stores, you get tha At the Kremer ses of the American stage, who spent dethe her girlhood In Louisville, was sixty beH tho cheapest, and most mars old' Mondav. She was T)Orn at lightful soft drtakasuccesstobacco to of Sacramento and oame to this city be had. and the duo to the these is as a child. Since her retirement establishments ability of Mr. splenF. J. from the stage she has made, her did business Kremer. home i England, one-hacut-ratl The Knights of Columbus War Activities at Camp Taylor pulled off the aaTgest party that has attended Mammoth Cave in many years on Sunday, July 27, when the entire school of the It. O. T. O. wero taken to see Kentucky's wonderful show place on a special train of ten coaches. Tho school left Camp Taylor on Saturday morning numbering 640. Tho party was in chaTgo of Gen. Simmons, commander of the school, and chaperoned by Knights of Columbus Secretaries Clines, Flynn, McLaughlin and Zacha, with Father Barrett, the head chaplain of the post. The trip was made on schodulo time, the party arriving at 'the cave at 11 The men carried pup o' clock. tents and two days' rations. The tents were erected on the large plaza near the cave, and after mass tho short route of tho cave was traveled by tho entire school, which was the largest party attending tho oave for several years. Tho men were under military discipline, taps being sounded at 11 p. m. On Sunday morning after breakfast Chaplain Barrett celebrated a military field mass, Which was attended by the comlf manding officers and about of tho boys In tho school. After mass the party went over the long route of the cave, finishing their second trip about 2 p. m. An elaborate menu was served the men for their noonday mess and the order to break camp came at 3 p. m., when the party began tho return Journey to Camp Taylor. The com manding General, as well as the boya from sixteen different States, wore delighted with their trip to the Cave they had heard so much about, and thanked the Knights of Columbus men for arranging the party. Tho R. O. T. C. school will close this week, and they had a field meet on Thursday afternoon for tho K. of C. championship trophy. They wero entertained at the K. of C. Auditorium on Wednesday evening With a Yama Yama party to which Invitations wero Issued for 100 ladies and chaperones. BLACK'S POLITICAL RECORD M. Logan Issues Statement Charging Governor Black With Loaning Caleb Powers $2,500.00 and Bolting the Democratic Ticket, Following His Defeat For Governor 1903. To the Democrats of Kentucky District. Ho is a typical mountain man and speakss with tho drawl of the men of that region. Mr. Black la a brother of Jamea D. Black, who was a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Governor. Judge Black is now a follower of the Republican ticket and was a delegate to the Convention." No denial of tho statement has over been made, but In order to show that the Courier-Journreporter was correct, I rofer you to an editorial whlph appeared on July 21, 1903, Just four days after tho Republican Stato Convention, in tho Somerset Journal, which at that tlmo was tho only Democratic paper published In Judge Black's Congressional District, edited by tho late F. J. Campbell. The editorial reads as al My atention has been called to the fact that within tho past few weeks, certain followers of Gov. Black, especially the small office holding and oUlco seeking class are industriously circulating over tho State several varieties of campaign gossip, which they think will injure Chief Justice John D. Carroll, all of which is untrue. One of tho campaign stories In circulation is that Judge Carroll bolted Goebel. Tho facts In this case I am glad to give to the public. It will be remembered that several years 'before his race for the Governorship in 1899, William Goebel had the misfortune to kill a man named John Judge Carroll's wife, as Is well known In Central Kentucky, was a Miss Sanford, a cousin of tho man slain by Goebel. At the election that year, Judge Carroll refrained from votlsg for Goebel, voting the remainder of the Democratic ticket. Ho did not vote for Goebel's Republican opponent and has never voted for a Republican In his life. A few years later, with all tho facts known, ho was .unanimously elected Appellate 'Court Commissioner by a Democratic Court. When Judge Cantrlll, who had tried the assassins of Goebel, resigned as a member of the Court of Appeals on account of ill health, ho made a personal request of Gov. Beckham, Mr. Goebel's successor, that Judge Carroll ho appointed in his place. Gov. Beckham complied with this request and tho Commission Issued by him to Judge Carroll was delivered by tho Commonyealth's Attorney, R. B. Franklin, who had presecuted the I might add Goebel assassine. that Judge Carroll had no more enthusiastic supporter than the Hon. South Trimble, who was Speaker of tho House when Goebel was declared Governor and who was chased through the streets of Frankfort hy the "Tay lor and Powers Army." In view of tho circulation of these reports, I deem it not improper that tho Democrats of Kentucky should bo made acquainted with tho political record of Gov. James D. Black. It Is a sad record, indeed. Black was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor in 1900; he made a creditable race, but was defeated by Governor Beckham. In 1902, he again "shied his castor into the ring," but in December of that year, in an impassioned card, he withdrew from tho race. The next we hear from him appears in the Courier-Journof JTune 17, 1903,. in tho following news Item: "John A. Black, who secured the nomination for Treasurer, is also a lawyer, He comes, from Knox couutyi of the' Eleventh San-ford. al "Judge James D. Black Is a late 'floppor' Into tho Republican ranks and was a delegate to the Louisville Convention. He has always been a much overrated man, whoso aspirations the Journal refused to support, on that account, and wo are glad of It. Tho of the Democratic (Party, such as Beckner, Black, Owens, Sweeney, Sharpe, Frank Barbour and a few lesser lights, have finally lit into the Republican ranks, whero they will soon kick up a fuss and further contribute to the disintegration of the G. O. P. With the happy riddance we ought now to have smooth sailing and peace, as wo Imagine there was In tho Upper Regions 'when tho old scratch was cost out.' " From that time on Gov. Black was never heard of in the ranks of tho Democratic Party until ho was appointed as Assistant Attorney Oeneral by Jame3 Garnett, who Is now managing his campaign, in 1912. During the years of hi9 political apostasy ho mado a loan of $2,- 5uo to uaieo .foworsf then under indictment and three times convicted for the murder of Qitv. Goebel. Caleb Powers, himself, Is my witness, and for his testimony T refer tho voters of Kentucky to a speech made by him In Congress on February 19, 1918, a copy of which will bo found on page 2562 In tho Congressional Record of that dato, which gives tho name of Judge James D. Black, of Barbourville, as ono to whom Powers says he was Indebted in the Bum of $2,500. The Record speaks for Itself. All theso facts have been known to us for some time. Wo have refrained from giving them to the public and would not do so now If it wero not for the desperate and unfair .methods of his followers to bolster a dying cause. M. M. LOGAN. (Signed.) (Advertisement.) dead-weigh- follows: ts f ESOBaDUOKlY STATK POLITICS. IRISH AABMfeXOA2Sr KNIGKTS OP COLUMBUS i iii f HIBERNIANS. News Notes. William Ansbro. one of the order's veteran members, Is now recovering from a sick spell. Many members are enthusiastic over the probable visit of President DeValera, tf the Irish republic. Division 3 met last night and heard reports' from the Hibernian Social Club's excursion of August 11. Cincinnati Hibernians had a very successful reunion at Chester Park. Irish folk songs and dances were features. The Hibernian ball team won "a close game from the St. Xavier Alumni Sunday and is still tied for first place with Mackin Council. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Omaha held an important meeting Monday night, when arrangements were made for the Nebraska State conven- REFORMERS iiiiiii ri ii yYYYYfyYYVyyy SOME CAMPAIGN FALSEHOODS EXPOSED A Statement By Governor Black TO TIIK DEMOCRATS OP KENTUCKY: In this mlsrepri-scutet- l I bcllcio I Iiiiyo been more hMory fainiuilKii than any cmullunte In theGoobirl, of Kentucky politics, whom .IiuIkc Carroll, Willi the K)villiIe cxtviitluii of C,t. .lul 21, admitted he refused to support. In his speech at Mnylli-lil- . A righteous euuse, however, will wlthsUind many ussnulta, unci I have rolled to a ureal extent In tills campalKn upon the Intelligence of tho voters to UlHlluguUli between fact and falsehood, and to be Influenced In their oplufon only by tluit which Is true. My faith In the people has reccUed ample Justification In the fact that the rank and file of the Denmemtlc voters are for mo lu this race. The machine politicians are doing all within their power to en-a compass my defeat. Indeed, the race has rcohed Itself Into contest between the people who love clean Bovcrnmcnt and the, arc selfish, nnd whoie professional politicians, whose motives are sinister. That the voters may not be taken advantage of In selectlna a Democratic nominee for Governor, there arc some flagrant falsehoods being circulated throughout the State, oer the signature of M. SI. Logan, Judge Carroll's campaign manager, which I slull let the truth dispose of a follows: STATEMENT NO. 1. In my speech at llopklnsvllle, Ky., July 22, I said I had been Informed that M. M. Logan wrote to T. O. Turner, Judge Carroll' reputed campaign manager in Trigg county. In mibhlunce as folRest easy or sit cady In the Iwat. If Carroll Is elected, lows: the appointees of Gov. Stanley will be taken enre of." In a telegram received by me from SI M. Logan, he alleges he never wrote Midi a letter, and asks me to prove mj statement or withdraw It. My proof Is contained In the following affidavit l the Hon. J. Frank Idirid, a prominent farmer of Trigg county, and the Hon. John T. ICIng. County Attorney of Trigg rounty: hut-rests Late News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing (Continued from First Pago.) Members Here and on the police force. the Past Week General He Tented a street, house on Twenty-secon- d south of IBroadway, but tiring of the fast city life and danger of being hurt by tho "golderned burglars," to move "back hum." decided Move he did, but he took everything possible from his trusting landlord. He got away with the shutters, the cellar doors, tho portable chicken-housea shed door, part of the grape arbor and over half of the back fence. The landlord is wondering why he didn't try and move the whole house. All agree that this Keystoner sure had taking ways. We'll say he did. AFTER ELEVEN YEARS. STYLE Must Be Council 1992 has just been in stituted at Port Jefferson, Long s, "STATE OP KENTUCKY, Set. COUNTY OP CHRISTIAN J affiants, J. Frank Lndcl and John T. King, say tliat tlu-The urc citizens nnd residents of Trigg county, Kentucky; that about the middle of June, 1010, they raw a letter written by M. M. Logan to T. O. Turner, of Cadiz, Ky., In which tho said Logan stated to the said Turner, in substance: 'Rest easy, or sit steady In the bont if Carroll Is nominated tho Stanley nppointccs will hold their places.' (Signed) J. FRANK LADD, (Signed) JOHN T. KINO. Subscribed and sworn to before me by J. Frank Ladd and John T. King, this 22d day or July, 1010. (Signed) S. F. DAVIS, Notary Public, Christian County, Kentucky." Therefore. I refuse to withdraw the 'statement mode by me in my Hopklnsville speech. STATEMENT NO. 2. In a recently published advertisement, headed: "Black's Political Record," and signed by M. M. Logan, Bald Logan states I was a delegate to the Republican Convention In Louisville In 100.1, when my brother, John A. Black, was nominated for State Treasurer, and that I became a follower of the Republican ticket thereafter. I was never a delegate to a Republican Convention in ni life, and do not know of a niuu In Kentucky other than M. M. Logun, who. knowing my lifelong service to Democracy, would be willing to subscribe to such a perversion of the truth. Tho following affidavit, which Is signed by XV. n. McDonald, editor of the .Masonic Homo Journal; Dr. William Carson Black, from Knox county; J. R. Jones, of Knox county-JohParker, Court Clerk, and W. R. Lay, Attorney, refutes the statement that I was a delegate to the Republican Stato Convention In 1003, or a follower or tho Republican ticket thereafter: v n correspondent writes that immediately after Pope Benedict expressed satisfaction at the way the Big Four received his delegate, Mgr. Cerettl, and settled the question-oCatholic missions, the Papal organ, L'Osservatore Romano, published the chief points which Mgr. Cerettl won while In Paris. The report, which is brief, states that article 438 of the peace treaty has now been modified agreeably to the Holy See and in such way that city. the Allies and the Associate Powers have guaranteed to put Catholic misADOPT CALLAHAN PIiAN. sions in .the late German colonies tial majority. under the care of persons of the g The wage plan of Thanking my friends for their loyal support, I am, It adds Very respectfully, for employes, Introduced by Col. P. Roman Catholic faith. behalf of that the H. Callahan and the Louisville Minister Balfour, on D. BLACK. JAMES to Mgr. 9 Varnish Company seven years ago, Big Four, solemnly declared Catholic (Advertisement. is being adopted by large employers Cerettl that the question of of labor at many places and finds missions will be treated in as wide favor 'because it Is equitable and a spirit as possible. guaranteed com Moronvor Balfour just. The Ballard & Ballard ComPERFECT FITTING in pany of this city have just adopted plete liberty to Catholic missions to or SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES this plan and find it most satis- late German theirenemy colonies work and func factory, and numerous other corpora- continue all in tions are taking more than usual tions, to keep schools andto other and buy Today, Tomorrow and Monday Interest In their employes. stitutions open as before, retain property of any sort whatGAMES 3:15 P. M. ever. He further declared that, MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. should it becomo needful, by terms transpose Mackin Council's West End Club of tho peace Ireaty, to dependent any on give another delightful excur- members of Tilsslons will VS. sion on the steamer East St. Louis the Holy See. this will not be done (Holy on Tuesday evening, August 12. This fwlthout first consulting the popular club has had very successful See as to the form such tranBrer is excursions this season, and it is to take. Cerettl's mission, the Pope Oculists' Prescriptions. ItesorVed and Box Seat at Mct. expected this will surpass all others. Lea Lewin' Foarth and Market. Young and old are invited to take thinks, has been crowned with sucCOMPANY SOUTHERN OPTICAL cess. In the Vatican hla success is this cool and pleasant ride. XVCOBFOSATSD attributed to his personal acquaintance with President Wilson. CONDUCTS RETREAT. Fourth and Cliesmtt. A Rome f profit-sharin- "STATE OF KENTUCKY Set. County of Knox The nf flams. W. H. McDonald, W. C. Black, J. R. Jones John Parker and W. R. Lay. state that they are Republicans T and have been such all their Uvea; that they arc residents of Burl bourvl le. Knox County. Kentucky, except the affiant, XV. II. McDonald, who new resides In Louisville, and that thc ore well acquainted with Governor James Kentucky, who Is making D. Black! n campaign for tho Democratic nomination for Governor. Thev state that they were delegates from Knox County, Kentucky, to the Republican State Convention held In Louisville. Kentucky on July 17. 1003, at which convention Morris B. noin -tinted for Governor, and John A. niack, of Barbourville nated for Treasurer. They state that the said James D. was nomiBlack was not n delegate from Knox County to that convention, attend said convention. They say that James D. Black and did not has been n consistent Democrat in politics as long as afriants can remember They make this affidavit In tho interest of the truth, and' in view or the ract that certain persons aro undertaking to disseminate n falsehood against tho said James D. Black by saving thot he was u delegate to the aforesaid convention. (Signed) XV. H. McDONALO XV. C. BLACK ' f J. R. JONES JOHN PARKER W. R. LAY Subscribed and sworn to before me by W. II. McDonald, W. C. Black, J. II. Jones, Jolin Parker and W. R. Lay, this July 21, 1010. (Signed) V. C. MCDONALD, Notary Public, ICnox County, Ky." STATEMENT NO. 3. In the same advertisement, "Muck's Political Record," the said Logan states I "made a loan of $2,500 to Culeb Powers, then under Indictment." The truth Is I never loaned Sir. Powers a cent while he was under Indictment, or at an. other time. But some five or six jears ago, aud while Mr. Powers was a member of Congress, I loaned to Dr. Samuel Bennett, u cousin of Air. Powers, $7,500. At the time I made said 'loan to Dr. Itcnuctl, said Bennett was making extensive real estate purchases hi Southeastern Kentucky. Some time nftcr the loan to said Bennett, by home arrangement agreeable to himself nnd Mr. Powers, .Mr. Powets agreed to, and did assume a portion or said $7,500 loan, amounting to $2,500. But this was not while Mr. Powers was under Indictment, as Logan states, but ' was while Mr. Powers was a member of Congress. In the appendix of the Congressional Record, pago 140, a list nf Caleb Powers' Indebtedness Is given by Mr. Powers, which contains tho following Items In Mr. Powers' own language: "To Judge J. D. Black, Barbourville (borrowed by Dr Bennett), $2,500." Powers' own statement shows tliat said 82,500 was "borrowed by Dr. Bennett." as explained above by me, and M. M. Logan purposely refrains from stating that truth, and lu so doing, the Congressional Record convicts him of u deliberate attempt to fool the Democrats or Kentuek) while pretending to give them the truth. This fabrication In Logan's clumsy attempt to make Kentucky Democrats believe 1 was financial!) assisting Powers whllo Carroll was bolting Gochcl. My, what a clc.r politician you arc, Mr. Logan! I have an abiding faith In the Integrity of tho voters or this State, nnd I do not believe they will be misled by the character or campaign that Is being waged against mo In my race fcr the Democratic nomination for Governor. I luiic been over the State, am aeqnututed with tho sentiment of tho people, and I feci absolutely certain that on August 2, I sliall be nomlnuted by a substan- Brother Aloyslus, of tho Xaverlan order, for eleven years a well liked and successful professor at St. Xavier's College, has been transferred to Old Point Comfort at Fort Monroe. The news was received here with much regret by his pupils and tion. friends, who feel that SU X's loss County Financial Secretary James Is Old Point's gain. McTlghe says that he can qualify for an official scorer since figuring TRINITY'S MOONLIGHT. out who wins the weekly prizes on club. the ball Trinity Council, Y. M. I., is preThe Ohio State convention will be paring lor another gala evening next held at Cedar Point on August 25, Wednesday, which will bo the oc26 and 27. It is expected that a casion of their third moonlight exrecord breaking attendance will cursion of the season on the Steamer jazz mark the occasion. East St, Louis. A A resolution of the national con- orchestra will furnish the dance vention condemns Socialism as music and for the benefit of the espousing "so many untried theories older ones the dance committee of government that cautious citizens announces that a few s will be intercan not be numbered among its waltzes and mingled in the programme with tho partisans." One of the resolutions adopted at later day dances. the San Francisco convention urges WILL VISIT WEST. "that our national officers remind all members of their obligations as President DeValera spoke t a Catholics to send their children to the parochial schools and to en- great gathering on Thursday of last courage Catholic education in every week at Butte, tho only speech he made on his way to New York. It form." En route home from the conven- was given out that when he arrives tion National President Deery was In the East he will map out his entertained by the (Hibernians of tour of the Middle West, which will Portland, Ore. A luncheon tendered Include Detroit, Indianapolis, Cinhim was honored by the presence of cinnati, St. Louis and Louisville. Archbishop Christie and Dishop Carroll. The Rev. W. A. Daly, State GREAT CALVARY CROSS. Chaplain, presided as toastmaster. Eamon De Valera, President of the Residents of Princo George counrepublic proclaimed In Ireland, was ty, Maryland, are developing plans hailed by an assemblage of upward for the erection of a monster Calof 4000 men and women at the Ex- vary cross at Bladensburg, the startposition Auditorium as the deliverer ing point of the Bladensburg to Anof the Irish race. "When the Irish napolis State memorial highway, for leader was presented to the con- the soldiers, sailors and marines who vention of the Ancient Order the gave their lives in the war. delegates cast all restraint aside and Indulged in a demonstration of FATHER PUNCH BETTER. enthusiastic welcome and tribute to De Valera and the ideal he repre-- ; Rev. William Punch, pastor of sents. It was probably tho most re- St. Peter's church, Lexington, is at markable and overwhelming out- St. Joseph's Hospital, In that city, burst of human feeling that has over where last week he underwent a occurred In Sah Francisco. The serious operation. While in a very shouts and cheers continued in a weakened condition he is reported sustained uproar and wero stilled holding his own, the physicians statonly by the eager desire of the ing that he had lost no ground gathering to hear what DeValera since the operation was performed. had to say to them . REALLY HANDSOME CHURCH. COACHING six-pie- ce two-step- The council at Plattsburcthad 120 candidates in its last class, tho largest over initiated in Northern New York. Last Sunday afternoon Louisville Council held its last summer initia We assume, the obligation of supplying that tion, conferring the three degrees on a class of seventy-fivindividuality in style guided by your personal When the improvements are com pleted the headquarters of tho K. of taste. C. will be one of the most attractive buildings in Astoria, Ore. The men who patronize us are well dressed For the soldiers and sailors com 1.1 1 ! L -C Navy Hospital ing to tho Army and me nisi inc ciotnes iL.i nicy wear are or goua quality, iL. at Hot Springs a K. of C. Secretary will be permanently located there. styles are refined. Tho Peace Convention to be held in Buffalo next week will be the Our business is exclusively clothing for men and largest held since the foundation of 1 years i MaA.M .kAl V..A ici vo frl4k WA.afrE uisi.iiiv.iivu v.iuiii- the K. of C. over thirty-seve- n vrc AX& iiicui rr 11.11 J.M&. ..Aa... I 1 yuuug ago. e. Individual . j $ ; I1 ' I New York Hibernians feel highly gratified over the election of State President John V. McCarthy as a member of the National Board of Directors. ' After the joint initiation at San can Antonio, Texas, when forty-si- x didates were made Knights and young eighteen ladles became Daughters of Isabella, the event was celebrated with a banquet. Nashville has a strong degree team, as was evidenced here last Sunday. The members are Messrs. R. E. Stritch, A. G. Davis, A. J. Sutherland, J. E. Campion, E. M. Morgan, T. J. Dougherty, 'F. P. Grady. G. E. Irwin, P. F. Dowd and T. E. Kuhn. ST. MATTHEWS PICNIC. ; ing at attractive prices. uiciiinu 4 i- - j. Let us show what we have in utmost values. ) CUNNING, LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON y- s- - V V l! That old time, well known, all day country picnic will again bo given by the Holy Trinity congrega tion on the beautiful church grounds next Tuesday, August 5, for the benefit of the new church at St. Matthew's. That good old chicken supper, for which the picnics at this church are especially noted, will be on hand again, and the plates, as usual, will be heaped to the brim. Although this supper alone would be sufficient to justify the presence of all who may find it possible to attend, many other attractions will bo provided to give entertainment. Among the special features will be the disposal of a $50 rug and a Singer sewing machine. The person holding tho lucky gate number will Lagrange, be given $10 in gold. Shelbyville and Pewee Valley cars all stop right in front of the church grounds. An invitation is extended oity people to come out and enjoy a full day of pleasure and comfort. CHURCH riONIO AWARDS, I HERMAN & rOUBTHAVCTUC STRAUS "gg!gjg Qold SONS Trading Stamps. MAgKeTSTgTJ jj g if We QIy and Rdcra Wash Fabrics You'll Want Are In This August Sate Your choice of one lot of Colored Skirting Material; all 36 inches wide and values up to $1.00 a yard; July sale prico..50c e Per4,000 yards of cales, in dark and light colorings, with neat stripe find figured styles; they are the 30c 22c values; July sale Percales; h White for children's dresses and suits; 34 inches wide and our fine 35c 25c grade; July sale price of White Dres3 pieces 50 Voiles; 38 inches wide; of plain, sheer weaves and our regular 35c grade; July sale price ....25c of Plain Colored 25 pieces Voiles; mercerized finish; with wide tape selvage; in a beautiful range of colors, also black; July n0c sale 20 pieces only of this Black Dress Voilo that is of a medium weight and a regular 40c grade: July sale price ....25c White Skirting Materials, in plain and fancy weaves; all 24 inches wide and values up to 30c 59c; July sale Yard-widLinen-finis38-in- ch 2,000 yards of mill remnants of Fine Quality Mercerized-fin-is- h f CLASSES POPULAR. ' The free classes in office training announced last week by the Women's Activities, of the National uatnouc war council met with a quick response and manv young girls are already availing themselves of this opportunity to brush up on their spelling and grammar, dicta tion, typewriting, etc. The classes are being conducted by Miss Camllle Detert, the Field Secretary, who is anexperlenced business woman, and the only thing required of the girls Is to bring pencil and tablet. On Tuesday afternoon the hours are from 2:30 to 4:30 and on Thursday from 6 to 8, the latter to accommodate those now employed. Some of the new numbers of the magazines have been received and all back copies are available for home reaaing. MOBILE KNIGIITS. Fifty candidates were initiated into the first three degrees of tho Knights of Columbus Sunday at Mobile, Ala., by New Orleans degree team. Tho initiation began Sunday morning when tho candidates and members of the order formed at the hall and marched in a body to St. Joseph's church to attend mass, and the ceremony was continued until late Sunday evening. A number of Knights from Birmingham, New Montgomery, Meridian. Orleans, Pensacola and other cities arrived in Mobile to witness the initiation. An experience meeting for the benefit of tho candidates was held Monday night. Mobile Council includes in its membership the loading business and professional men of that Tho cornerstone of the new St. Cecilia's church at Independence, In the Covington diocese, was laid last Sunday afternoon with Impressive ceremonial by the Very Rev. Joseph A. Flynn, V. G., assisted by various priests of the diocese. The sermon was preached by Rev. Thomas J. McCaffrey, pastor of St. Patrick's church, Covington, his subject being "The Unity of the Church." The new church, when completed, will bo a really handsome edifice and will replace the one which was burned MaTch 23 last. It wlll.be of pressed brick. 86x34 feet, with slate roof and will cost approximately $17,000, of which has more than already been raised by tho energetic Dastor. Rev. Henry Heringhaus, and his 'capable committee, comprising Messrs. Joseph Kaub, Roger uava naugh, Martin Emral, Daniel Hanra- han. William Schoborg ana a. jar man. There aro but sixty-on- e families in St. Cecilia's parish at present and the work accomplished generous by these people Is not alone praiseworthy but most notable. one-half The annual picnic held on the church lawn at Pewee Valley on July 24 was by far the most successful one ever held. Father Boes and his people are indeed graceful to their many friends for their support and assistance, and desire to express to them sincere thanks for their generous donations. The following are the awards: No. 12813, automobile, by R. B. Blakemore, Shelbyville. No. 107, barrel of flour. No. 142, statue and pedestal, by Mrs. Kato Kline, 900 Dupuy street, Batiste with printed floral and figured designs; values from the bolt up to 29c; July sale..l4c 40 bolts of Printed Dotted Dress Voiles; these have imperfections in the printing; they are 3C inches wide and sell in perfect goods at 50c; July sale price .25c Your choice of one odd lot of Colored Beach Cloth; tho width is 36 inches and values up to 49c in regular assortment; July sale price .25c One lot of 3 inch Plaid Voiles; splendid styles for house and children's dresses; in regular stock they sell at 35c; July sale price 10c e yards of 1,200 Natural Linen Color Batiste of a fine mercerized quality; our regular price of this batiste is 35c a yard; July sale price ....10c G -- Yard-wid- Louisville. No. 2 series 15, Gold rosary, by Miss Ida Rooker, Lakeland. No. 8 series 2, large box of paper, $ by Miss Ida Canehman, 1900 Fourth avenuo, Louisville. No. A series 3, electric iron, by Mrs. R. A. Fuegleln, 423 Oak street, ity Batiste In flesh color, making undergarments gowns; our regular price is a yarcT; July sale 25 pieces of Mercerized Qual- for and 39c 25c Louisville. ' SMOKERS, ATTENTION! ......... ,..lc SISTER'S SILVER JTOimEE. Sister Longina, who before she tho Catholic Sisterhood entered twenty-fiv- e years ago was Miss Louise Armbruster, of New Albany, celebrated her silver jubilee Monday at the convent at Oldenburg, Ind., where she is spending her annual retreat. For the past eleven years she has been stationed at (Middle-towO., where her sister, Sister Linus, formerly "Miss Anna ArmHer bruster. also is stationed. mother, Mrs. Louise Armbruster, and daughter, Miss Oanie Armbruster, with Miss Agnes Gohmann and Miss Mary Ellen Shlndler, of New Albany, left Sunday for OldenbuTg to attend the celebration. n, whole-souio- d, PRIVILEGES GUARANTEED. ST. HELENA'S MOON-TAT- E. BASEBALL COLUMBUS OO WIIIM-- Club The St. Helena the magnificent secured have steamer East St. Louis and will give a moon-lit- e excursion on Thursday, August 7, and all their friends are Invited to accompany them on this river pleasure trip, for which many delightful features are being ar ranged. Tickets will be fifty cents, and can be secured at Rlehm's music store, 659 South Fourth; Rogers Church Goods Company, 129 South Fourth, and the Company, 312 "West Jefferson. The boat will leave the foot of .Fourth street at 8 o' clock sharp. Pike-Hick- ey CIOABS CIGARETTES SO in box 9c, 3 for 25c American Special, 5c ... 10c Piedmonts ...., $2.00 2.00 16o Kremer's Special, 5o ... 20c Piedmonts 2.00 ncle Mike. Eo 9c.;3 for 25c 10O Chesterfields 2.00 t 2.00 Donkey, 6c 20c Chesterfields 2.00 9c, 3 for 25c Surprise, 5o 10c Favorites -- i 2.00 on t.-16c Bob White. Eo 2j65 ..". 16c Pnt Carroll, 6c 20c Camels SX 2. 65 16c Dan'l Boone. 6c a,,iii. ---uv, t.,.i7,, uun; WW....... OflK tin T?trn uj .xic, 16c ionaon June 2.65 Gibson ?.ii1 6c Girl, .16c iRn Mpim 2.76 16c Mecca''.. .'........... 14c. 2 for 2Eo Palma Villa. 6o 3 for 25o IBe Old Virginia Cheroots, ...9c. 20o Fatlma 14c, 2 for 25c PACKAGE TOBACCO 15c Helmar 15c Turkish Trophies ...14c, 2 for 25c Dukes Mixture 7c. 4 for 25c 20c Mogul U. S. Marine Cut, Plug-- ,.9c, 3 for 26o 20c Murads 9c, 3 for 25o Brothers .1 l?Five H1nslde . 16c old 20c Windsor Fags ,9c. 3 for 2Ec 10c Axton Nat. Leaf ,...9c, 3 for 25a TWIST 16c Tuxedo (cans) 14c. 2 for 25c 14c, 2 for 25a 16c 9c, 3 for 25c io0 Velvet (cans) 10c 9o Tuxedo 9c, 3 for 25c 10c Shepherd CIOASS 9c, 3 for 25c 10c Railroad Box ot B0 9c, 3 for 26o Chesterfield, 10c, 3 for 25c, or ..J4.15 10c War Hawk 9c, 3 for 25c Quail, 10c, 3 for 25c, or $4.15 10c Red Bud 9c? 3 for 26c Key West, 10c, 3 for 25c, or ....$4.15 10c Tribune 9c, 3 for 25a Optimist, 10c, 3 for 25c, or $4.15 lOo Booster 9c, 3 for 25c Don Mlnardo, 10c, 3 for 25c, or...J4.1S 10c Bourb.on County WATCH US QBOW CHEAPEST TOBACCO STOKES IK TIED CITY. ....... , .,,. 1 ",oS American No. S. W. Cor. Freiton store cut.rate tobacco Freiton liberty Jeffanon & Ho. 2 K. W. Cor. Ss T. J. KSEUSB & CO. AUGUST PRICE WILL BE $2.00 Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and deca'y, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace overhauled and cleaned. ONLY S2.00. CITY 2181 GOLDEN TALLY PRIZES. LOUISVILLE MKKT WARNING! The euchre and tally prizes to bo awarded Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and evening at the euchre and lotto to be given on the grounds of St. Columba's church. Thirty-fift- h and Market, will be $5 in gold. opal There will also be a ring absolutely free to some lucky ticket holder who must be on the grounds. five-sott- ed B. G. HEARTICK r MAIN 2933 H. BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 4IO FBJHJW A. Very Rev. John R. Vplz, one of the well known Dominican fathers St, of thiB city and " iT.niila 'norfroTiil'a former Priorinof'Nttvr " . liiirTi. u'a per 35c, at St. Columba S Lawn Orleans last week giving the retreat and Market, for the Dominican Sisters at the Fete, Thirty-fift- h 1 a., . nu-gu- st mother house In St. Charles street. .r 1 PLEASANT EVENING. Wednenday a delightful Mrs, E. J.. aud Market SUMMERING IN SHOHIGAN. Mrs. W. D. Babbitt, of Is HDiamMfc J this city, one of tho season's guests at Bay View. Mrs. E. G. Starr, Mrs. E. F. Horlne. Miss Ludla Norman. Mrs., Leo Block, Winston iBlock, Charles Block and Mrs. J. W. Nichols, nil of l uesaay ana w cuuusuay, Louisville, are also summering there. BACK TO POST. 5 and 6. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McMillan and Mrs. J. McMillan are In the north HIERARCHY INCREASES. Amhaseador Joseoh H. Shea, who J Tallies, both evenEuchre country for their annual vacation came home on a leave of absence Tor ings, $5 in gold. Since Dectmber, 1916, His Holi- and outing. sixty days", is preparing to return Another party of summor folks is h,leJudge James W. (Fortune, ness Pops Benedict: XV. has appointu, rnnu. ed and proclaimed 110 Archbishops mado up of Mr. and (Mrs. James M. variance on onal cold rinff t0 n 3nnaKn.-p..itoil ,,.. good-byBurke, Mary Ransome Burke, Joseph and Bishops. absolutely 'free to all present, day to him ... AVH5IVKTM jwj Sarto Literary Club met and the members spent evening at the home of Hackett, East Eleventh strete. New Albany. A number of very interesting and carefully prepared papers were read. The - e. hotel In Weauetonslnsr 'summer visit. Burke and Katherine Welsh, of Louisville. Mr. and 'Mrs. George W. Ulrlch are now located in Petoskey, where they have taken apartments for the summer. J. J, Blum is also in Petoskey. Mrs. W. O. Bonnie, Mrs, Katherine Bonnie and Miss Frederlca Bonnie, of Louisville, are at the for their LOUISVILLE, KV. Talpktiie Cliy j 308 Main 593 jeBTjDo:k:y irish jmcdbioujjt. LOUISVILLE PEOPLE TRIED and TRUE BBBISbU RhBBhBBY &m3I SHOULD Don't Forget That Your Friend JAMES D. BLACK I I 3v jf fl ,.ia- yi 1 S BYBHnaBYBYBK?9)'ltflBHHQdHM&&c V VOTE FOR Ryland C. Mustek FOR yHflHBHRSHfl-B- v a reveal ftJaata ...x.VlVL 4 witm T 'jZ- a&J&S Attorney General vfl Bk flv idBBBBBBBBBBBSJnTTIBBBBB v SBBBBVv m'' tf jBBBflBuJrfll v A 'BBKK TbhVbV A ", '- - BBVBHBwxt' '?; "tBftfBBBBP K- 9BBBKl' " "afaW IBBBt dtiBBBBBBBF itPvG& J?Xir 3BaaVs "ti' &&&? ,ni 4 -? aTM BaKH v 4 HOLDING THE TO EARTH. Photo shows sonic of the bal loon men hanging on .to one of the three gondols of tho big airship. Tho R34 arrived from England on July 6, and loft for England July 9 at m Jdnight, arriving in England July 13. approa chins the landing ground at Roose velt Field, L. I. Right hand insert Left hand insert shows shows Commander Major G. H. Scott of British Royal Air Force. R-3- R-- 34 ,BBvSSSSSBWSSSavABwBlHR&BflP13ir' uiBaYBaYBaYAanBBBll9BHHk BBaaBHWBaBBBBYBaVBaBVBaVjRBanBaBHV IBBBMBMBMBMBMBMBlBHftwHBjflBBlV. HItW SBTfefj' bb zilBsBlBaYAaYBaY2aYBaYAYflB. KtBrVAflBvE BBvSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSIH jB aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH 'Iff! " W Is a Candidate for the Democratic Nomination ''t JvaWSHHHHHHHHHHHHSf FOR GOVERNOR at the primary August 2nd, and wants and needs the vote of every one of his friends in this section of the state. He is a sure winner if his friends will go out to the polls, but don't take things for granted. He will give Kentucky an economical, honest and clean administration, saving the taxpayers in every possible way. He will be the Governor-no ring or clique will ever control him. He saved the ticket before and will do it again. VOTE FOR BLACK. VOTE FOR Dr.H.RMechling FOR COUNTY Hkbbbbbbbbbbbk54bbLbbbPl'Jh' W Ij!EWL ft. "ml COMMISSIONER Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1919. Subject to the Action of Democratic Party. "TlTAN, but he J-r-- has a fine set of teeth, the lucky young dog I wish I had taken care of the healthy grinders I had when I was his agel" 1 sailor, out of negroes in tho North as well as in a the South. In an article, "Why employment, giving his little mite Negroes Should I. W. W." IBBaaaanSBanBBaaKr bSbhbbVbI? Snv Men and Women of Ireland and millions of Americans of Irish tho editor of tho Join the suppressed 'BbbbbHUbbb recently bb&wBbbbbbhmBbhbHbbiBbV race, many of them Irish born, have BYBYflBBYafKIl Denied ItlglufM Ho, Hnd given nothing to the Irish Victory Messenger, a magazine published by BYBYBYBYBBBaYBYBYBHaHMaaaHBTBBV ' .il vBBBHBRBBBKal. BBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBHBBHflBBflBBHL Fund, or have given grudgingly, as the negroes, argues that "the I. W. Fought For. Millions of Trish W. is tho only labor organization If to a charity! Amelcans who have prospered in this which draws no race or color line." country, building success with the The forces most opposed to the BECAUSE: He is the only Candidate from Northeastern Kentucky courage they I. W. W., he notes, are drawn largeenergy and from the 9th Congressional District, and we need a well English Arrogance to Uic American inherit and brains and stock, who ly from tho ranks of professional from sturdy Irish distributed ticket. and tho American have always protested their love for Forces Miulo His Blood Ireland, who have never stinted the Federation of (Labor Is elmply a BECAUSE: As a member of the Legislature he voted and made a Boll. cheap gift of cheers now, in tho machine for the propagation of race speech for the eight hour law, the twice a month pay bill and climax of tlrts struggle of seven cen- prejudice. "We therefore urge the other legislation and supported appropriation bills to make "to Join turies, button their purses or give a negroes," ho ooncludes, secure the Kentucky School for the Blind of Louisville, and' the mean little pittance to save their their international brothers, TREATED MICE MEN BY IRISH. faces! Let those who have not done I. W. W." The specious promises and the State Fair, all of which means so much to Louisville. their duty to tho Irish Victory Fund held out by these agitators have take a new resolve and give In tho won, according to reliable witnesses, BECAUSE: He is a Lawyer of ability and will make a record as name of that Swedish sailor. an alarming response from this perAttorney General, of which the State can be proud. secuted Tace. For centuries the He came into national headquar ters of the Friends of Irish Freedom I'ROHIUITION AND OPPRESSION. negro has been neglected when ho BECAUSE: He will strengthen the ticket in November, As a has not been lashed, but the South Candidate for the Legislature he carried one of the largest in New York City and said that he It would not be correct to say Is not solely to blamo for the blight Republican district In the State by almost 1,000 majority and wished to give a small sum to the presented in the in which the negro now finds himthat the facts, Trish Victory Fund. He was so run 500 vote ahead of his county tickek in Breathitt county. self. The North must bear at least report of the President of the keenly disappointed wJien told that recent As share 6how an equal darkey, of the blame. individual contributions were not re- American Federation of Labor adrift in Boston, the old ceived there that one of the office a relation of cause and effect be- summed up the case, tho South staff agreed to take the gift and en- tween the prohibition laws of Michi- called him black rascal but gave ter it on an official New York col- gan and the appalling growth of him plenty to eat, while the North lection card. They pTove dubbed him "Mister" and let him When he gave his name the re- radicalism in that State. The North asserted hia beyond all doubt, however, that tho starve. mark was made that it did not sound equality, but In practice regarded unrest, now stirring un- him as only "half a man;" the Irish. "No," he said, "it is Swed- spirit of ish." easily in industrial centers through- South, vigorously denying equality, Sensing tho surprise of his audi. out the country, Is augmented when was willing to feed him on eondltlon tors, the visitor continued: "I am of "leading citizens," wfho spend that he admitted his Inferiority. On Swedish (birth, but an American citi- hundreds of dollars for the further- tho whole, the attitude of tho South OF OWEN COUNTY zen, and I fought for America in ance of prohibition, spend thousands was at least honest, and infinltly more tho war. I have just received my in stocking their cellars with cham- humane; but neither treatment was honorable discharge from the United pagne, whiskey and liqueurs. Dur- calculated to bring out the best In States navy. And it Is because of ing tho last year a revolutionary a creature who, despite the color of what I saw and learned as an Amer- - society in Detroit has built up a his skin, was a human being. lean sailor that I want to help tho vigorous membership of nearly Tho Catholic Interest in this Democratic Primary, August 2, 1919. Irish cause. 22,000 This question is men and women. and should be "My shin was in Irish harbors a society has made itself felt in almost active. For intimate the uplifting of a race good deal. I was in English har-- l every county of the State, but par- to whom we owe a debt binding in bora, too, and thero was all the dlf- -' ticularly in tho mining districts and charity justice. it not in ferenco in tho world between the among the employes of a multimil- Catholic priests, Sistersstrict Brothers and -ways tho English and the Irish Wk II Prohibitionist who has the are laboring with a devotion nothing H BAUD CONCERTS T treated us. The English were so ar lionaire f iBaB BEST VAVDEVUIP unenviable reputation of paying his short of heroic. As to the general BB Hi . rogant that it makes my blood boil, shop-giruitj sm fl rvxs jxtuy rams May the smallest pittance run of Catholics, however, their inpa- -' to think of it. There we were JUNGIN- GSWIMKWG POOL known in the United States for this difference to the mental and spiritseas trolling the submarine-infeste- d fAni&TJfMUVHMnitj iMWtB snwmsr nothing "The wealthy I which they were afraid to tackle, grade of work.Mr. Gorapors, "have ual welfare of tho negro is up how THE PAfclC short of scandalous. Count RESTAVRAMT PE IVXE and they lost no opportunity to sneer, taken writes tthVTIPVt, away spent last year beverage from tho much at us. We had to 'clean them up' poor man and ahave filled their own trips, you theater parties, on pleasure on utterly on UPEi S BIGtime and again, and tvo did it with a cellars against all future needs." or harmful useless amusements M EVERY .tVY " JttWJEHEHT CEHTEKA EVERY NIGHTy will. (n these perilous days a small luxuries, and then reflect with "But in Ireland every American was treated like a brother. Ths fire may enkindle a conflagration shame that your munificent gift to Irish people made us at home, gave to bo extinguished only by the the colored missions during that Nothing is period was precisely us comforts, treated us like men. blood of millions. And we saw the men and women of so fatal to a democracy as a law of a penny. The negro did not come , Ireland compelled to stand up and which, through its unequal working-- here of his own accord. His MayWe did all Where the rights of freedom,! raises up hostile classes, and that flower was a slave-shihome la fight for tho Whore work Is quick brightest ; whloh we had gone across to fight precisely is what prohibition is do that we could to brutalize him; it done; ing. The wealthy manufacturer, is now our duty to repair as far Where for. We saw them denied those tho work Is Where cooking seems by tho same English whose urging the passage of a law which as may be possible tho Tuln that has richts lightest; real fun; aTroganco and Ingratitude wo had stamps as a criminal any workor in been wrought. And we havo good is felt. It miado me think of what I'd his shop who imbibes a glass of material in this black brother, re- Where tho meal Where baking gtres deL5bw it1 IT cooked best; read in history about the American beer, while he himself purchases deemed by the blood of Jesus Christ. light; Revolution. Hero was a people suf- from the cellar of the late J. P. His virtues are his own; his vices Where tho range stands Where drudge Is out of fering the same things the founders Morgan liquors to tho value of are largely attributable to the entho tost sight makes law not a mockery but vironment to which wo have .conof this republic had suffered, at tho where That's tho That's where tho Patient, humble, afdemned him. hands of the same tyrannical em- - an instrument of oppression. "Qnlck Sleal" comes "Quick Meal" cornea fectionate, a lover of his home and in. In. his children, loyal to his friends and long to with a heart too child-lik- e Qnlak Mal G Raatfsa Sold, Installed and Highly Rcoomatadtd cherish resentment, the negro now standi with hands outstretched, before the church who without acceptMARKET ST. ance of persons gathers all tribes and people to her maternal bosom. v vinnnnnnn What are you going to do for him? M ' ' ' YVVYVVYYYVi WW V i ' If you can not possibly give a ' MaMBBMHBaBBBBBBBBMi --! JC1 dollar this year for tho negro misJ3X. instead of that miserable sions, of a cent, give at least a dime, and then another for him j JBBMBWBBBBBtintf who can not bring himself to value Hbm. x si vMxwySKKtBBBtKSwB at ten pennies, a soul which Jesus Christ would gladly purchase at the cost of his precious Blood. Swedish-America- plre, and putting up the same fight SPECIOUS PROMISES. for liberty. We usod to get In the Sinn-Fei- n processions over there to In appeared recently There show how we felt. And now that America the following editorial, I'm back, even though I haven't a which has an illuminating effect on Job and can't give much, I want to give all I can to help the Irish Re- the negro race trouble, now preSailor Who. Fought for America public!" vailing and that may become still It Tvas only two dollars he gave more serious. Gives to Irish Victory but if tho Irish in America "would The Socialists and the I. W. W. of that gift It 'would Fund. learn the lesson be worth two millions. Think of it, are working energetically among tho FELT AT HOME ' 'nBaaHHBK. lfiLf ' iV:'aBBfflwHHR llaaaawBnRSBwaBvQL4 mrvm8&Bm n K negro-baiter- s, For Clerk of the Court of Appeals ALVIN STEGER SOLICITS YOUR SUPPORT tsJSOP? Vm2!ISS5 IbbMbJI & I s ls nKrc. clas-sess- ," - three-quarte- rs ( Where the Quick Meal Comes In ai p. 40,-00- 0, GEHER & SON, w. I I I I I I I I I I three-fourt- . DISTRICT DEPurnss. HI (MB I BY . -k. . WASHING SOAP WORKS Begin now to take care of your teeth. Lazell's Tooth Paste will keep them sound and white. Contains ipecac and chlorate of potash to- - help prevent pyorrhea. M4J SOLD AW . m evburgtion-tb- e Hudson New Yotk BDSCHMEIER DRUG STORES,; TMrtl and Broadvi a Til JE ' 'Fourth anil .ToffcrsoB. m THE PRINCE OF WALES. (j v OL. iiiiii "w & biobp r , 5 The Prlnco of Walea .who will of Medina at tle Chapel Royaf. visit this country in the near future Photo shows Prirco of Wales in as sponsor at the. dhriatealng of the oeter and the Earl of Media at , iBfaat son of the Barl aed Count right. isCfimM. State Historian. John J. Donovan, Knights of Columbus State Deputy of Kentucky, t YOUR GROCER HAS IT. has announced the appointment of MAGIC-KELLE- R the following District Deputies, First Covington, Newport, Lud- r i INCORPOIU.TED low and Maysvllle, Lawrenco C. Murphy, of Bishop Carrell Council. ftAAAAAAAAAAAAAftAAA'AAAAAAA Lebanon, Second Louisville, 'Ellzabethtown, Hardstown and Thomas D. Cllnes, of Louisville. Third (Lexington, Frankfort, Ash- HARVEY-JELLIC- O land and Paris, Frank L. McCarthy, of Lexington. Henderson Fourth Owensboro, (INCORPORATED) and Wet Louisville, LaVega Clements, of Owensboro. m far Morganfield QXJ-XIOnk- T FJfth Uniontown, and Waverly, Victor L. Spalding, 6f Uniontown. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE J Sixth Paducah, Fancy Farm and Cowling Green, Joseph M. Goeckel, of Paducah. Rev. James L. Gorey, of Newport, has been named State Chaplain, and R. K. McNamara, of Ellzabethtown, Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. COAL CO. SERVICE High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Place your next order with u. feCEJKTTUOKCV AJteldiXl A&O&J&XOAJ.. EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT JOIN TEDS SIXTH EXCURSION SUNDAY. AUGUST 5 To Southwestern Kentucky Oil Fields See For Yourself What You are Buying COMPARE IT WITH OTHERS 5 Also Visit the Biggest Oil Wells in the State on This Trip-Si- de Trips to Mammoth Cave, If Desired, Call at 411 InterSouthern as to Hour of Leaving, etc Trip is Free to Those Who Take a Certain Amount of Stock Investigate! LOUISVILLE, KY., July 30, 1919. The Airplane Oil & Refining Company, Incorporated, closed a deal for the Tucker and Hinton leases in Allen County, which means that the Airplane can begin shipping crude oil at once, thru their own pipe line, which was include in the deal. TUCKER LEASE Twelve producing wells; eleven connected with pumps and pipe line, St. Mary's crude oil engine, with power enough to pump twenty wells. Two oil tanks 500 barrel capacity, with receiving" tank lof 100 barrel capacity. All equipment, and about 500 barrels of oil in tanks 'ready to run thru pipe line. Best equipped lease in Allen County, 57 acres, present estimated production 100 barrels. Room for ten more wells. HINTON LEASE Seven producing wells; five on pump and pipe line with Navo engine. Three of these wells came in flowing, and still flowing when agitated. Two tanks 300 barrels each and one for 00 barrels with about 400 barrels oil CO. in sam. Room for 30 more wells, present production estimated at about 45 coery-Ax- y, Shooting Well. Photo by Old Man Harris, What Prominent Man Thought of Our Property Who Made the Trip July 20th and 21st. OFFICE TEXER II. IIUCK, Judge of 27th Judicial Circuit of Missouri Stc. Genevieve, Missouri. St. Louis, Mo., July 23, 1919. Inter-Southern of JlmjlECfL &Z&7TM 4"& TSTtfOlSt &. ?. jV&atJ'ytAS & a 1 ZQO.C.S Fnr ret.. M,d.4. Co mjuVm barrels. Hinton lease calls for 00 acres. 1 uiu Alan Harris, Publisher, Kentucky Oil Journal, 410-11-- J ' 5 XT i I . JfotT - f I I M ' 86 ) tf .s Jl V ill DEARING LEASE One producing well on pump, connected with tank 250 barrel capacity and Well No. 2 ready to be shot and connected up. Both can be pumped from Tucker lease. Acreage 200 Room for 50 or 60 more wells oil struck at 105 feet. FLOYD COUNTY 200 acres on one of the best rf& cf o" V) ill (H : now operating there 1 in Floyd county near the big oil companies to be drilled or sold later. anti-clin- es v "U) METCALFE COUNTY acres in Metcalfe county near production that will be drill or tested out or sold later as the directors see fit. 65 1 I ( . , IpW) w I )8 j . oo, o) I' GREEN COUNTY To be sold or drilled later. Here It Is In A Nut Shell Twenty-on- e wells 17 on the pump 16 connected with the pipe line, and pumping, ready to deliver about (low estimate) 5Q barrels per day into the pipe line owned by the company its own pipe' line. Crude oil is worth $2.60 per barrel. Three refining companies want the oil, are competing for it. The Biggest Company For Its Age in Allen County While my option on a block of this stock lasts you can get it for 0 cents per share up to August 5, after that date for fifteen days 5 cents per share. USE COUPON and write me at once sending in your order for all you xan afford to take if you don't it will be your fault not mine this is one of my "GOOD TIPS" so get Yours for more oil and dividends, busy. 1 1 1 1 during the past ninty days. 1112 acres in Green county, where there have been some big wells brought in Hi 0'v vM II -- . A. . J J 1 n I P"raov:Lf'" '-- "'- yZfjiSj m -- " "" T" " "" ' "" I n ivfS -- j) ... " ftiji Vf . F. L. (OLD MAN) HARRIS. TAKE r Sic Wmmm "? FROM $25.00 TO $500.00 TODAY AT 10c ITS YOUR CHANCE Company. I think also as soon as drilling outfits can bo contracted with that tho entire property be proven up by additional wells I am advised that the territory will suffice for two hundred mora wells. Being interested in other oil lands I am paying compliment by making my subscription wholly to tho tho Airplane Company. If you shpuld take a respite from your activo duties, would be pleased to welcome you on a visit to Sto. Genevieve I whero wo can cite you to native hospitality. Find enclosod subscription to your publication, "The tucky Oil Journal," by which I expect to keep in touch withKentho Kentucky oil situation from tirao to time. I was much pleased with your generous attitude toward companies and all operators whether owners, operators all brokers such unusual evidence of tho absence" of "knocking " or Borrowing your timely phrase, I remain, Yours for moro Oil and Dividends, PETER H. HUCK. V. Ij. (OLD MAN) HARRIS, Dear Sir: Having reached St. Louis en route home to Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, it has occurred to me that having failed to exDresu to you personally my appreciation of the many courtesies extended to me and my companions on the trip, to tho famous Kentucky Oil Fields, by you and by your efficient staff; and also like thanks to the Board of Directors of the Airplane Oil & Refining Company, Incorporated, that the same is duo you and duo tho company. I very much enjoyed the two days review of the marvelous development and activities of tho oil industry in Warren, Barren and Allen counties, especially Allen county, where I decided to make such investments as my subscription indicates. Taking everything into consideration the consolidation of the three leases the location, surrounded by developed properties tho splendid highway through the leases, tho Louisville and Nashville Railway touching the leases on tho Eastern front tho company's own pipe line to market at Xdolphus tho Railway loading station; with tho economy of development by reason of the comparatively shallow drilling, I think so much of your proposition that you will find enclosed my subscription to the capital stock of tho Airplane Company tho same being double my former holdings, decided upon after making a thorough inspection on iuu grounu. At present, speaking as a stockhdlder, I would suggest that tho Airplane Company as soon as convenient erect much larger storage facilities and get all new wells properly connected up with pumping stations. Enlarge thoir power plant provide quarters for pump men and field superintendent and pay big dividends, in which hope I have utmost confidence. I feel that tho near proximity of the famous McReynolds lease to their lands, fully warrants this company in taking over tho adjoining leases on terms so advantageous to tho Airplane Louisville, Ky. Bldg., g hk ffi 5w x Evrybocly is nmKin "money out of oU, I think I'u invest soma I -- Good r&rioas, . TnysaVT i You'll losfc your money Hot onyourswaet life! I'll gat Old "Warn i I 410 Inter-Souther- n. Harris to , I L OtdMan of l! s "& f?K X I CI ?f ma&m&JM A VVilib i .v f icr 'SglF I ir nr & . k tn J4 i wvmJ r m r JLff-- x s-- i 7 Harris vn-r- vi bA reUy H9 aTTit BmM lUllilfff Louisville, Ky. Bldg., Date -- 1919 szPmm Lsf WP&W I (hereby order .Shares of the Capital stock of Airplane on, & refining company, Incorporated said stock fully paid and Par value 10c per ehare. I herewith encloso ? dn ifulj payment for above at the rate of ten (10c) :ents per share: TEMPORARY OFFERING AT TEN CENTS ($25 to $500 Blocks at This Offer Name .. ... .... ......... .:................. Address .... ., Occupation Make checks, dTafts and F. L. HARRIS. No money orders payable to time Payments.