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" BROWN TAXr WKLISENT CAREFW. XRVKC MB - Bdflf . UUf " LMrisviM Every Driver an.Seoort. Carta & TmImi I Incorporated VOLUME XLIH.-N- O, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919. programme of 'social welfare.' God preserve us from England's treatment Of labor. .Of the nnnr nf fha Blck. To every decent man hin mother is the best in the world, his wife the dearest, his children the most wonderful. Tn mrv Issues Pampiilet Glorifying British decent citizen the (Stars and Stripes Primary Demonstrated Gov. Black's iciircwui. me nest yet vouchsafed to Government's Part In the Wonderful Popularity man. Mr. secretary, mlease with. War. draw the namnhlet montinnod nj With Voters. let us have Amorlcanisation' for native sons and forelgn-bor- n immigrants. There is work enough here Knights of Columbus Advocate Issues without entering into uronaeandn Results Sound Death Knoll For work for foreign countries. Striking Protest Against Vote Collectors and Near Respectfully yours Propaganda. (Signed) Joseph C. Pelletier." Prophets. Mr. fTtalror In 'n efalAmAnf v press, said thatlVne had nevor onn the pamphlet, although it was "sugAll Know That England Would Have gested" by the department he heads. y Machine Defeats Warloy ' Lost Without Our Aid With Methods That Shamo and Food. BolslioviJ4. PRICE FIVE CENTS. i 1- - i . - , . Searcy machine pulled off In Louisville with a "reform" administration in power. We would have liked CARDINAL'S SECRETARY. to have been present when the noar Mayor and our Shelbyvlllo Chief of I Cardinal Murder's secretary, Rev. Police issued orders to the iKey- Dr. Peter Joseph Stryckor, has ar- stoners telling them to keep hands Dllls Before Alnbanuv Legislature j rived In New York from Franca to . arrange lor tho coining off as the administration wanted fair Honored AVith Bronzo Memorial visit to the Are a Menace to American play and fair elections. If Smith united States of the famous BelKlan Monument in Bardstown, Catheprelate. Or. Sbryckor, who Is Vice and Petty could keep a straight face Liberty. Hector of the American College, Uni twhllo handing out the camouflage dral Churchyard. versity of Louvain, said Cardinal Instructions then we know of two Mercler would land hero September poker players who are hiding their 16 or 20 and ugnt. unaer a bushel Philadel. Have Justly Aroused the Indignation phia, Baltimore,would visit Washing1 no mgh cost of living crusade Chicago, Feature of Imposing Religious and ton, Portland, Ore., and other cities. in ,u of Many ...ujvi uu uyui iuuu; Patriotic Celebration of "Cardinal Mercler," said Dr. Stryck-e- r, to come to the bat acain with Ma ' State. "is coming to the United States toreador line of letters and teleChurch Centennial. as a representative of the people of grams to tho War Department, getBelgium to thank the American peoting himself on the front page for ple for the part they took in the a day or two, but as in the raclne Spirit- - of U10 Tress Toward Bills war. no win visit as many parts of her Kearney Points to Patriotism fc tho country as possible and particuNow Being Urged by larly the Northwest, a region he has the plan. Mayors of other cities hav of Catholics in All AmeriBigots. Deen greatly interested in through ing taken it up before and did can Wars. the Indian stories told him as a boy to relieve the situation besides by (his uncle, Msgr. Croquet." Msgr. writing grand stand letters and tele Croquet was a missionary In the grams. If Smith Is sincere let him 'GOOD PLACE TO GO SLOW." Northwest when that district was THE WAR DEPARTMENT'S PART. NEAR MAYOR IN LIMELTGTTT ' tell us the name or names of tho mainly inhabited by Indians. In his ":iI"VAO firms who allowed 288,000 pounds, aiuVHEXT. old age he returned to Belgium and or potatoes to rot In the storage Peace Convention at Buffalo Opened fired the imagination of tho future houses, ad stated by the health in- With a Pontifical High rcv,,. .- i'Names of milk dealers Tho spirit of the Alabama press among the red men - 'ppectors. ,w.i mnni,- had' .. . JOSepn u' T. handling towards the convent Inspection bills grown to admire. Br.whom ho willliei,uuur' OI. ino '""Bins or uoium-confass. Jna repeated in regularly, Impure milk are given out' Tuesday was a day of days for primary election it Strycker e so why not give out the Kentucky and now being urged by bigots for passmarks bus, has taken issue vigorously with SK&2MZ3-ianother with Cardinal Gibbons these columns that small attention names of food dealers who are glorious age in tho Legislature Is shown in Archbishop Hayes, of New York, and Secretary of War Newton D. In enoch tho as Baker following leaaing eauoriai irom to: the details of Cardinal Mercler's over a pamphlet t the " entitled "Some " " a"tt" vV.lu eciors, yuuuc. many .would UKO to Know T. "" Jw . tho Montgomery Advertiser, which Is visit. -.Facts About the British" Issued by Franco HnnmsOroot wuo purported to give tno exact vote also why the near Mayor didn't take evening oi. xne rirst victory Monu- Uv "ILVf "T" legislators of Alacommended to the the National War Work Council of In every district and county in the a stand on tho Tihono niiesttnn in ment in tho TTnito 'or its Work In Euro- bama for its sane and sound advice FHIE CIUEF HURT. tho Y. M. C. A. Mr. Pelletier, who Governor's race, as the majority of favor of the dear public, whom he memory of the dead took nlnr and truo American sentiments. Unpeaa War. m is District Attorney of Boston, took these prophets gathered their in- - professes to bo interested in, but ho der the caption, "A Good Place to of St Jos,Dhs Cathedral, Capt. John B. Kirley, Superinten- a prominent part in raising the formation in hotel lobbies. Some- - came forward with the iPontius the (Jo Slow," tho Advertiser says: dent of the Louisville Salvage Corps, United War Work Fund, part of in conjunction with how or other tho correspondent of Pilate answer that he washes his "ards"". "Inspection, (by tho State of educa- was seriously Injured Tuesday after- which fund, he presumes upon good tho Cincinnati Enquirer seems to hands of tho phono question and ceremonies celebrating the 100th asylums and noon tional institutions Grand Knight Flaherty Declares nave Deen tho "fall guy" for tho leaves the public to pay any rates anniversary of the dedication when reason, used to other places whore the young, tho crashed intotho Salvage Corps auto pamphlet was question. publish the of tho an electric light pole in Carroll supporters, as they unloaded the company sees fit to make. In a letter church. The ceremonies Knights AWill aged or the inflrm are taken care of at Sixth street and opened Fight a lot of straw vote statistics in tho Park avenue. to Dr. John iR. Mott, General SecreThe daily papers tell of a mys- Is of importance and of benefit to Capt. Kirley by the Radical Forces. and his chauffeur, tary of the Y. M. C. A., Mr. PelleEnquirer columns, and strange to terious shooting that occurred at with the MTho both, tho public and the inmates of anthem Leonard Hill, were hurled from the tier challenged the right of the Y. M. say some of our astute politicians Hurley Pope's negro saloon Wednes- - V03tcd choIr ;. such institutions when undertaKen machine as was P'ayed by the Fifth It snapped the pole in C A. to issue a pamphlet of subfell for this propaganda. Judging day night, .and while the Good Gov- In a helpful spirit. If Intended to two. Capt. Kirley and the chauffeur from tho fltrtirea nnrl olnlmn nith. prnmont cmorta fmrnatlrrntinr Infantry Band from CaniD Zacharv raise the standards of institutions were taken to St. Joseph's Infirmary, stantial size 13 pages glorifying NOTABLE ADDRESSES tho British, attributing full victory MADE. Hshed all of Mr. Cromwell's straw the election In that district they TayIo.r an a procession of children caring for persons who are a public where Kirley ' j votes must have been gathered in might also investigate this shooting at ,wh,te Placed wreaths of flowers '": charge such! as tho inspections fering from was found to be suf- In the war on them, and saying not the toot ot tlie monument. Tho a fracture of the right a word concerning America's conthe different Carroll headquarters or murder. Chief Petty might give by Gov. Kllby and members of made hip. One ear was throughout the State, as Gov. Black the public a report as to the mcmorIal was unveiled by three the Legislature during the recess of by glass from the almost severed tribution, at the same time, by inwindshield. Hill nuendo, demanding the Irish cause. Tho Peace Convention of the didn't cut much figure - in the fore- - character of the negroes engaged in motners ana . the sister of ... four the that body it takes on an impor . . Vk Slr n.rm being treated for bruises about Dr. Mott did not reolv to Mr. Knights of Columbus onened with casts uespito tno dismal predlc- - tne snooting, as It rumored that ",UIC11' "om ni Josepns congrega- ' T lives In tance which the general public is afterface was able to go to his home, Pelletier. He lef erred tho K. of O. Pontifical high mass in St. Joseph's tions of the straw vote collectors the men involved were alleced nick- - tIon save their France quick to appreciate. When used In the the Governor went Dockets, and if this rumor is nnt . ne monument Is a magnificent official's letter to the War Depart Cathedral in Buffalo Tuesday morn- - and prophets a spirit of religious bitterness, how- 620 East Market street. Capt Kirley lives at 2503 West ment, and from the War Department ,nB Bishop "William Turner was ahead and won by a remarkable true then it is up to the Chief to bronze statue of the Winged Victory, ever, and ostensibly as a form of hostility to ope religious belief, it Chestnut street. He served for .many Captain Harold E. Potter replied to tho celebrant and the sermon was majoilty, tho size of which has let the public know. There Is one Jlanked by two smaller figures becomes a vehicle of oppression con- years in the fire department as the Y. M. C. A. that tho pamphlet delivered by Bishop Thomas S. Sha- - astonished his closest friends, and thing not a mystery to the public bearing torches, the whole mounted trary to American ideals and the Captain of No. 1 Truck Company was published at the suggestion of ,han, rector ofKtho Catholic Unl- - when it is considered that this big In the case and that Is tho part in ?n.,a Daso or masonry. A bronze Washington. Bishop Sha- - victory was obtained In the face of which the daily press say the police ? 'Dlet bearing 115 names is fixed on American ' sense of Justice. These and was picked from all the firemen the War Department to advise ..,...- tflA rtftRn , thn TinTYIAO va9 4hl iuui Jm.1 . n ntitnll -. w. .u...m thoughts occur in connection with in Louisville by tho Board of Fire listed Americans concerning the part ban's message Ah a 4I1...1A .lu 41 n omwi n.lmnMf vm.a wo sii. umu jLiiai i UJ.UUIU me iuuu iuu n wa iiiutai vuiu, .tM' Al. aio uuoiuitni.l mUt. J. i simplembUs as a truly Democratic party can look forward statement as the Keystone police are and 111 living soldiers from St. what has become known as the "In- Underwriters as best fitted to suc piayea oy the British Empire In the KJiignts or . Joseph's congregation. During the t0 a big victory in the fall behind easily mystified. spection bill" now 'before a com- ceed the late Barney Duffy as War with Germany. Thereupon Mr. American and", thollc order. tho military band played , unveiling At the open: Ig business session uov. uiacK. mittee of the Alabama Senate which Superintendent of tho Salvage Corps. Pelletier clinched the case by writing n a solemn dlrgo, and immediately years old. the following emphatic letter to tho principal's! aker was Admiral ' Following tho fall of the political Is expected to report on the (bill to Capt. Kirley is OLD MEMBERS WIN. day. The wording or the measure Physicians say he is out of danger Secretary Baker: uierwaru a nnng squad ot eleht William Shephei Benson, James A. prophets and straw vote collectors is in itself unfortunate; the avowed and will recover. "I enclose copy of a letter sent Flaherty, Suprne Knight, sub- - now comes the race track touts and Justice Page, ot the Appellate ??ldl,e. from CamP Zachary Taylor volIcys ver the monu purpose of Its sponsors is distinctly by mo to Dr. Mott, concerning the mitted his anntal report at this Pool room habitues predicting that Division of the' Sunreme Court of f,rC(l out of line with the tolerant Bpirlt pamphlet, 'Some Facts About the meeting. A n MOTHER AGNITA LEAVES. The women who unveiled the of the times. The religious body programme they whisper, the "Info" that Sosvnd- - Nef ,Tork' has. ,leolded tJat tho British,' published by the National plan and an agajnst whose educational - instltu- ..w.u.... nuu.ii ammo uio juis, ounu iosson, motner re jtwDe 'Knuht bo,j a uik,.jihiiuoook King, is. going io ww"" It Is with serious regret to many War Work Council of the Y.M. C. A, to fight taken- ' very friends lay. ten to seven on Hewdyvhas been organized for a membj.Qt the.. ,underthe rules of the AJettcr. from Dr.Mott's secretkry'noi Flaherty aaklW: 7tergeprtf among'the" citizenship' of Sisters thatLoretto Mother Superior mo, a copy of which is enclosed, features of the order's outstanding Ed( eddsrotbet unsuccessfully on him naB no Power to increase tne assess- - oiu First Kentucky- - Infantry and son having of plans for against one class of members of John Losson. an AlR.itian rofnimn. Alabama In upholding tho patriotism Agnlta, ,of OBe'thleheni Academy, has states that this pamphlet was the next year. "Tho TTnitrhta nF four van sen. hv tho wjiv. nr?ii?ht meuts and tho institutions of America in been transferred to St. Vincent published 'at the suggestion of the Columbus always have been and al- - bere It can be said that the little '? favor of another, nor to reduce Mrs. Lawrencd Rapier, mother of the world war. It gave its sons Academy at Cape Girardeau, Mo. united states War Department, ways will he on the side ot order," army or touts never gets rar away " J"""""1rapier, Kiuea at tmateau- utu" UH UUii" . !HT freely and voluntarily to the ranks She left last week to get ready for Morale Branch. General Staff.' affects ooU m...i "v. wv.. I hn OU1U. 11UI mai nV U1C WIIUUUI onmtfh from hn nltfoo ..B..vu benefits. ..0..v UtrVito thousands of The decision organ!- - ThlerrV! . Slutnr P.nrnUta n nun fmm im members of the of the American army overseas, ana her new duties. In. the six years can not believe that this pamphlet sympathy for the rightous unrest to feel the pulse of the real people, Nazareth Convent, sister of Herman its; daughters and its teachers to the she has had charge iaf Bethlehem has come to your mo oiaw. xpress, and Mrs. ana it tney oia tney wouia rina out "" imuu6uuui inc jvuus, Kiuea at notice for I can that seeks to remedy ovil conditions hospitals as proficient mxiuumy me scnooi nas nourished not believe that you military a cure. But we shall what many found out In tho primary order has 324 local councils In the Elizabeth Stewart, mother of Ches- that country. The question at issue was ter Stewart, killed at the battle of nurses. Right In this city, when the more than In any similar period in much less authorize.' would suggest flght call for that Gov. Black Is unusually to tho uttermost of our anv statomoni Influenza scourge of -last year threat- its great history. Sister Agnlta was regarding tho war which unduly strength tho forces of extreme radl- - strong with the voters and will not taken into court by Mrs. Mary Ken- - Cunel. ened disorganization- to the hospital tor a number or years connected lionized Great Britain and absolutely callsm, and the crazy doctrine of bavo tho slightest trouble In defeat- - neay. or Now York, a daughter of Following the unveiling a song forces of the division at Camp Sheri- with St. James sohool in Elizabeth- d candidate of the Michael Dooley, who became a mem- - for the dead was sung by tho vested false, foreign philosophers who seek ln6 the dan, St. Margaret's Hospital provid- share of tho United ber in 1893, with '$1,000 benefit, choir and the monument was blessed 3S? iS"1 8r? and at BethleStates in the to spread tholr pernicious propa- - G- O. P. In November. The safest Before his ed Sisters and nurses to assist tho death in 1917 the organ- - by the Right Rev. Father Edmond , wager we know Is to bet that Hert triumph of the allied powers. ganda on our free soil." military forces. by a most None of us would deny the allies Knights of and Searcy already realize that they ization decided that benefits to be M. Obrecht. Mitred Abbot of Geth- France honored the "The leaders of this faith through- winsome personality and her gentle credit and glory for their part In Columbus for that organization's Picked a lemon In the garden of paid to mongers wno joinea Deioro semane. The principal address of out the State did their full share in manners. Her scholarship and her the great war, wem m uo icuutcu uctauou ui im: auummg was ay tno part ine oiu piain- but no true the purchase of Liberty bonds. In executive anility makes her a model of the war, however 'brief, account Cross in the war by awarding the political canuiuaies. tho wrongs of State Insurance Department orders Very Rev. Father aenverea Kearney, L. F. of the Legion of Honor to tlvo wall of "Right should to civil- Mother Superior for a girls' schooU th manifold tasks that fell as a campaign requiring tho organization to In- - O. P., S. T. M., a Dominican priest 1915" has omit at least to ians during tho war, and in contri Her successor for Bethlehem has not that without our mention tho fact Supreme Knight James A. Flaherty, Issue and fallen flat the Republican party is crease the reserve fund set aside for from Zanesville. O. aid the war had or Philadelphia. war work. During the been named. butions to all Following the ceremonies of the been lost to the allies. Your Honor Assistant Secretary of the Navy fighting with its back to the wall the payment of benefits. conflict, when at times tho Ameri unveumg tne crowd entered the knows full well tho interpretation Franklin D. Roosevelt accepted the t0 try ana retain us cnier asset can people were disheartened, when BBOWLING GREEN. Cathedral, where the Very Rev. MADE AIR TRIP. which our doughboys gave the invitation of tho Knights of Colum- - tho colored vote. men stopped to ask themselves, Is ' Saturday's primary created Father Kearny delivered an inspir- initials this war, or is it the day of wrath Mary Ryan Nugent, widow of Failed ' 'A. E. F.': 'After England bus to address them at their Peace a "reach between tne iiepumican m a letter Just received from mg ana patriotic addresB, paying Nnhoclr Irnnwa hnttoi- - thnn Convention. Secretary Roosevelt foretold in the Scriptures?' there was Owen Nugent, Sr., for many years no thought of religious animosity or engineer of tho Bowling Green yourself, who had so much to do in, made known his acceptance to Daniel niacnmo ana tne colored voter tnat Paris the writer tells that wnon widuio io tno doj-- wno nad given creed bickering. The real patriot water works, died Monday night of winning the victory, that it was J. Callahan , of Washington, Supreme there Isn't a chance in tho world William J. Mulligan, Chairman of their lives. ,ui uguhiik ,1..utuuiu me jiuiirr uieuuuu, ine nniKius oi iroiumDus .uommiuee U Al.l uiuuuuwui justj .uuveiieu, throw himself into the struggle for apoplexy. She was born In Louth American treasure, food, man power Treasurer of the K. of O, . .. . buiu, 111. euum. uuu Knows no is Secretary of War Newton n anai nossmiy never, in .tveniucKy. on war Activities, misseu ms train the liberty of the world, whether on county, Ireland, February 2, 1843, ana Drains that ended the war; that The entire State Republican machine to Brussels that morning, he flew in human language, but It speaks in the battlefield or in tho vast work and moved to New York with her uenerai I'ersnmg ana his staff were Baker also signified his intention of rerorm aomini- - n Goliath aeroplane to the Belgium poems more oioquent than ever and local Republican that had to be done at home, wlth- -' parents, James and Jane Ryan, when solely responsible for rejecting tho addressing the Knights at the first stratlon was used to defeat" Warley, capital in order to roach there in proceeded from human lips. It Is out asking himself whether his com- three years of age. She was married settled plan to end the war In 1920, session of the second day of tho symbolic Rerades were Christians or Infidels, in 1862 at Seneca Falls, N. Y., and and substituting the plan to 'do it Peace Convention which was held at the colored candidate for the elec- - time to keep an appointment with Joseph's of the fino youth of St. - Cardinal Mercler. parish. Referring to the Accompanying Publican nomination, and the Jews or Gentiles, Protestant or came to Bowling Green in 1870. now' by smashing the German lines; tho Hotel Statlor With Assistant And he was right! Tt was enough that they Catholic, Secretary Roosevelt addressing the t,on ,n thla dlstrict, which Is 70 per him was William V. McLoughlln, a boys who had gone overseas, the She leaves three sons, Owen Nugent," "Why then should moneys con- convention on the same day tho cont- colored, stands out as tho most New York newspaper man, now a speaker said they had performed an were Americans; and It should bo of Tucson, Ariz.; John Nugentt of He said tho boys brazen k. ot C. Secretary overseas. The act of sacrifice. tributed by our people to enough today for all men who live Wilcox, Knights will have authoritative raes- - corrupt, vicious, unheard-oAriz., and Emmett Nugent, the war bo expended for ahelp win sages crIme publica under the banner of American free- of New York, and three daughters, from the two branches of the any against tho ballot in this or trip was made in record time and had answered their country's call other State in tho Union. Hero under Ideal conditions. The purpose and had given their all. Father dom, whether in their business, sotion in more than half of which service which they aided during the cial or political relations with their Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Mrs. Fred there is nothing said of tho war, but war and are now aiding in their nro some of tho things that happened of Chairman' Mulligan's visit was to Kearney then spoke of the patriotism Frank J. much to eulogize and exalt Great extensive reconstruction work fellow-meand Times, discuss the Cardinal's .trip to of the 'Catholics In the Revolution-Invitatioi,m(1 tho Courier-JournIn tolerance of any de- Keune, Jr., and Mrs. waa The funeral held Oritaln and prove her's a better govDemocratic papers, did not America and to inspect the K. of C. ary War, the Civil War and tho scription is an enemy to human Nolan. to attend the conven- - Ps,nS morning, Rev. Father ernment than ours, while the reon,y reference to cent war. a striking tof an1 freedom. It festers upon itself until Wednesday at which delecateq from all rcferelection llie,r a complimentary free theaters bought and operated contrast of He made loyalty was Catholic It creates a canker that eats away Hayes celebrating the requiem high maining pages describe only what narta of tho Tiniton and for United States service men in tnta tho tho nntrtntlam with thnt rF fho HiinafTtAt England did, without ever mention Insular possesions, Canada and New-- ', hientlon of nert, the big Republican Antwerp. the vital elements of political llfo mass. very Arnolds, the A. P. A.'s and "Guard- and makes a mockery of tho of our aid or that of tho other foundland attended, wore also ex- - jb05S! eens of Liberty" of tho present day, principles upon which tho Republic TENDERED FAREWELL. powers which were associated with tended to other pomlnent men, In- -' , Negroes were warned away front WOULD RESTORE RATES. who were invincible in peace, but Is founded. us? What If sha lost more men and eluding educa-,- " " ? ""Capt. Edwin Honan, C. P., who ships and spent more money than tors whoseveral well known vhcro "If those who have advanced the To restore telephone rates of the Invisible in war and when their have been assisting the ot overt,icr0 ,s a ncSo registration legislative measure under notice was attached to headquarters with we did? History will say that she Knights In forming 2000' repeaters were used Home Telephone Company and tho country needed them. In conclusion their nation- want to know what is the spirit of the A. E. F. in France, but is now could not have won with treble the wide system of education, submitted i opetAy to vote- against Warloy, and Cumberland Telephone Company ox-- he read Cardinal Mercler's message America today they will find It in- in this country, has been transferred loss and sacrifice we had to the Peace Convention for ratifica- were carried from noils to noils by UHnr- nrlnr to tho ntoa flvod hv ' to the mothers of Ilelirliim. terpreted in 'the charter and pro to Chicago from Louisville. Before gone to the rescue. unless The ceremonies closed with bene-tlodetectives, of the reform ndminlstra- - Postmaster General Burleson, is the If the people tion. ceedings of tho American Legion he entered tho service ho was rec- aro to be educated on this war, let Democratic chnliengers were object of an ordinance introduced diction of tho blessed sacrament VATICAN SINGERS COMING. wonderful army, representative tor of Sacred Offnreil 100 and 200 tO leaVO thO Tnusilnv nltht In tho rVmnntt moot, bv thfi TlflV. PnfhflP PntrlMr Wnloh on the ' that youthful vigor and unfalter- Newburg road Heart Retreat St. Ag- not your modesty, sir, restrain the ' of tho and pastor of announcement In sheet and flier and Within diivs after the official polls; negro pets of the "reform" jng by Alderman Joseph G. Kirwan. Louisville, and the singing of the ing patriotism of the country, who nes congregation. On Sunday even- pamphlet that we won the war, stat announcement Pone Benedict Rdminlstrfttlon acknowledged in tho Alderman Kirwan says that if the hymn, "Holy God, Wo Praise Thy faced death and in thousands of in- ing a reception and farewell was ing tne indisputable facts to back XV. had given that consent for his the stances left their blood upon the tendered Father Edwin by the peo- It up. of- - contract, they might as well go out wore given a sumptuous dinner In Vatican singers to visit this coun voting wrongfully; one election shelUtorn plains of France that the ple of St. Agnes church, who gave of St. Joseph's College, "As to tho pamphlet in question, try tho gentlemen having tho tour In ficcr stamped ballots openly with a 0f business, and said that if one tho hall political and religious freedom of substantial token of the hiEh es- - I submit revolver on.. tho .table; Oho,. negro rohinnnv ronld Rorvn the nonnlv of Father C. J. O'Connell. tho vonorahlo ap. , ... . : . ' mankind might he preserved. No teem in which he was held and a preciation that our sentiments ot our i;uuire o completed arrangements to votc" St. Joseph's, " as and sympathy with twentv-fivconcerts or nearly half J"'? um.cs i?r uio wimo nuui Lou svllle uuo well as two, he was In pastor or to the lastingwho gave in man would dare in that organization feeling of the loss they have splratlon U1 aro such that we need of the entire number of engagements testimonial, mvui to inject religious feeling unless it was indeed happy, as were also the no French, no English, no Italian would be to assert that all religions Saturday, and we would like to BE?1 people of Bardstown and Nelson propaganda to stimulate us to Just I WILL MAKE GOOD. played their part in the victory, that HIBERNIAN MOONLIGHT. county, over their success that i,T ; 6 "suggest that Ir tho Men's l'edera-S- 3 .JI regard for our European brethren. mnT " exercised" a moral influence in all bheiDL!baP&i Hon leaders, Helm Bruce, Dr. H. A. Fred Forcht, Jr., has been ap- - crowned their most laudable and The American people want facts. soldier and that in the tho life of the d1 The Hibernian Social Club will n Pointed attorney for tho State Board patriotic undertaking, which will the war centers of the face of death the men of God were give a moonlight excursion on the No statement regarding officially, ",..- -i Dl'. M. P. Hunt, Dr. W. S. nr iWonlth rolnotdont with tho ro. doubtless ho omnlntoil In ovorir Riot l should proceed, at least wounded and dying beautiful steamer M heroic as the East St. Louis from any American source which ",ce3 h,s pastorate Und Suslcal Society, left ,b.a,rd l! to whom they ministered. next evening, the boat to does not pay tribute to our flag and Gregory F """lei", m0Val.f ,t.he Green to tho hundred-yea- r Bowling old St. Joseph's knowledge, this new- leave Monday street wharf at this week, and with oT will como'" cll8ndJCr "It was this Fourth 8:30 1L.?mLV'' t, Louisville attorney, his'cathedral church has been kept In A l8 members found brotherhood under the com- o'clock. A Jazz orchestra will furnish what love of it Inspired our men of " aggressiveness no "" ,,lm vnini,, oocf . will make excellent condition and shows hvn mon! fatherhood of God, that the dance music and the committee brains and brawn to do. No pam- party rii the Vatican, includine l"taiv" short "" they ability and were a time back that .t, e(.'HIirna nf nntinuitv Tt h0 brought soldiers who won high dis- of arrangements announce that a phlet should issue under your apInvcaUgato Saturday's primary in thojBoard ot H(alth, say members of .visited by thousands of tourists, but proval, sir, which emphasizes that mtio tinction, with the American army be- few good old fashioned will have per- - Tenth ward. none more appreclstlve than those the board. fore the Senate committee on Wed- and waltzes will bo on the pro-- J we deserve less credit than England; sonal charge of the concerts to be For witnesses they can summon of tho past week. that England stands for democracy; given on this tour. nesday last to protest against the gramme, jteiresnm&nts or an Judge Sam Boldrick, Attorney Kinds that our government is modelled Tho Rev. J. J. Abel, a w PASTOR FOR CHURCH. evident attack on a portion of their will be served. Eugcno R. Attklsson, Senator Wm. ot the Rev. Robert Abell, after that ot England; that she brotherhood. It was the same spirit INDIANAPOLIS. A. Perry, Attorney Thomas Walsh, Tho TJov fnthai" Vlnrtont H T la who preached the sermon when St. stands for fair play in trade; that in civilian life that brought the VISITS ST. CATHERINE'S. O'Neal, O shef" 'has outstripped us in social President of a Chamber of ComSt. Rita's church, Nineteenth Attorney Merit nil mon ofAttOmOy maw aiottnnrwl rtf le Ohtirth irif hi .TORftnh'fl Ttraa pnncnnao1 Aiifyuof n.J highest i.nll.illiim r o.i ai,ni,i!itt rhaM isiq ,iniivm,i Justice' with never a word of pride, street and North Arsenal avenue, Wm. O'Connor,wem merce and the President of a RoSister Dolorita, the tary Olub before! the Senate commit- Order, who is hereof the Dominican affection or devotion tb our flag, our recently completed, and which is the stendln wlio day. stUonod in. call Rey. father RJIey was pastor bofore centennial anniversary Friday morn-pol- ls on that on a visit to her laws, our institutions and our superb In 1917 a thus unitinsr thru tee, neltihet1 of whom is a communi- mother, Mrs. first Catholic church tor colored waa Mnt out for a meetlng in the comlnsr to St, Frances of Rome'lng. the same family thn mamW. T. 0Sulllvan. was at church la Clifton. lof cant of the church aimed at in the St. 100 years In to Catherine's Monday visiting her manhood. far can we get with the people was be orgniaed in Indian- - Sntereit of fair elections and the The Advertiser inspection bill. connection with the consecration "How apolls, solemnly dedicated Sun call waB addressed to "all lovers of would convey this message to the sister. Sister Allxla. iNovlce (Mistress. great movement of tho hour, serviced nf tha flatholral RBTR&VE AT LORETTO. day morning by Right Rev. Bishop decency." committee having the measure under and was present at the exercises in The week's mission in cennaefW if our War Department Chantrand. In connection with the civic that puts to Now here's an elec tlon blush anything ever h1 to members or honor of St. Dominic's day, when a Is to 'suggest pamphlets such ais the ooaeitteratloa, Father Anselm. C. IP., who last with the centennial condualed bv ohuroh a sohool Will open the first held In this part of the country, and olase were professed and received. week finished a retreat for the Sis-- , Fathers Ripple the Lftoltre generally: to be sent broadcast? week of the September. Rev. Father tu alow. sMitlAtnen. co alow: St, (Louis Bertramd's parish of this ;The English people themselves would Bryan, inthe pastor, says there are we Imagine that the Bolshevlkl ot two ui riunuwiw ul Bwyuri, ue- - uominican order, and Clark, attended r -" V was well .. Russia will retire to the tall and can a rftlraat rm Wodnooduv frvr tho all 1. ji , Mi, The rpm or miwi aai- - uwmow. one ot the tet would avail, aaataet the British coBgrefattoo. KJ?" f IJOrett at IJwMto Acad-- ; pronouncednmory or mostlr down and dragout that the Hert- the church. "' laiin xne OBNOXIOUS ' Y. M. C. A. ELECTION HEROES A lb I Non-Catholi- cs p-- Hert-Scarc- . k. or c anTrwkL, some-thin- g .,mT,.. 1 I "" -.. er A-- .,., .. ata .- wn f ',;",, m mm . - "w-- !. , .! f I fifty-seve- m6ii JortyyarafanLosspn,. .. ,( - mi-n- o.. -- hi-lc- ,?'c", J <ZJhSv.Lal hand-picke- - iv -- s 1 1 ...... .. ,-... - f, n. al ns I re-tl- on - " I I - n; e . . :- h8 T::" i, S.W i Z ; , """"' I countryJ''"' chS?!2 "; Jks 9 two-ste- ps mMlo ! great-nephe- Amer-ioanlsatio- n, afore-descrb- ed V w-- - w- .i- -. . J 1 (" -- y "-"- V 'pppl J JSaSTFITOMTSr IRISH .AJJECJKXOAJ!- - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. OOJIINa EVENTS. August 10 Field day ot Twin Olty League at Eclipse Park. of St. Paul's church, on Fenz's lawn, VVVVVyyVVVVVyyVyVYVVVYVVVyyYyyy opposite church grounds. August 11 Moollght excursion of II II II Hibernian Social Club, on Steamer Publishers East St. Louis. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., IncorpocUti. 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Sccond-Clu- 319-32- "" BY MAGIC-KELLE- R lfe LOUISVILLE, KY SOAP WORKS I INCORPORATED (jpff) COUNCUL. ft SOCIETY, SATURDAY, AUGSUT 9, 1919; Mrs. j "SWEEPINGOUr Men's This Women AAAAAAAAAAAAAAVUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA inter-Southe- rn land afterwar burdens they are now WELL DONE. and bearing." sentiment in Beautiful thought and Catholic and patrotlc The Alabama Legislature should throughout was the Bardstown cen past week, defeat the pending convent Inspec- tennial celebration of the venerable l,ou 'ou'8' wmca re a UH!UBC8 lo originatingwith the Father O'Connell, for nearly half a 'American liberty and would bring century pastor of the St. Joseph's , asunB "SErace upon tne ataie church there. The ardouos labor of RECEIVES WARM WELCOME. the priest and his people will for all time stand a monument to them The congregation of St. Louis as well as to the heroes in whose Bertrand's church extended a warm Rev. E. A. honor the Victory Monument was welcome Sunday to who TecentlyBax- reter, army chaplain, erected. No praise accorded them will pay the debt which Kentucky and the country owe them. - Ryan visited friends at Newstcad on Friday. J. M. 'Miss Sadie Carey has been the week with friends in CUr.CC J kJ Ull tremendous clearance 's V-- J Boys' Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. d, HI 1 Girls ' 1 M of our d summer stock Crowe has returned from a visit to Silas Ruby DoSpaln at New Haven. Miss Marie presents to you a two-folsaving for prices are deeply cut and next season's footwear will be $2 to $4 higher per pair. Come! managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whose treatment of agents and policyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies glvo it a position of the very highest rank? LOUISVILLE, KT. Why not take an agency for a conservatively Joseph JMalone, of Pittsburgh, was this week the guest of John Malone, Willow avenue. Mrs. John Ryan visited her sister, Mrs. W. F. 'Decoursey, at Highland Park, last week. Miss Catherine McCarty returned Wednesday from a two week's visit to Kansas City. Miss Annie McGill left the first of the week on a visit to New York and Atlantic City. Misses Bena and Alice Cahlll left Sunday to spend the month of August In Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rleger and family have been spending the week at Cedar Point, Ohio. Mrs. Edward O'Connor, HighlandPark, has had as a visitor Mrs. W. O. IO Muth, of Oakdale. - tSUedmifwe y 0anammmmmmj CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,5 00,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements 51,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so mat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independent permanent income, address the Home Office of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N WHENCE MENACE PItOCEEDS. In order to make prohibition ef fective, government must be revolu tlonlzed, the laws of liberty rewrlt ten and the people subjected to op presslon against which .they have been taught to .believe they were forever safeguarded. The worst of it is that the menace does not proceed from any party having popular sanction, but from a private and in many respects secret organization which never yet has had the courage to meet Its proposed vlctlmsat the ballot box. CHATTER OF INTEREST. Some people may remember that it was in August, 1917, that Pope Benedict XV. issued his letter on world peace from which President Wilson probably drew the main points of his peace proposals. At that time Mathlas Erzberger, the LIRE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, bbbbbbbbbbbbbm&'-''- T kIHBHh J1bbsbbbbbbhbbbsbbbIHbHhR KT. bbbbbbbbbbbbK rB&L vv--r OUR LUMBER " 1 IS GOOD LUMBER 4& W..;lBlgilH - If You Want the Best We Have It. Jl aiiiaiAaAa M. J. BANKON, President and Maiugir. bbbbbbbm. SmIBBIbhH MFRnK4vrifB!fiWaR8HB eeeeete P. IANN0N, JR., Vice Pris. and Trias, FRED ONE-PIECE Gc. INCORPORATED JOafBXS OO. BROOK AND A STS. James J. Hayes and sister, Miss Mary Hayes, left last week for a trip to Yellowstone .Park. Mrs. John A. Doyle, of West St. Catherine street, is recovering rapidly from her recent Illness. P. 6 ! BANNON V PIPE CO. 2 Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Bannoa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, Fire Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire Brictt urate ana noiier rue, ire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. WORKS MEN TRY US $1.25 SUITS SUITS THREE-PIEC- E Jane Doherty in Jeffersonville. ' German Catholic leader, was urging Miss Rose O Leary spent the past a moderate peace upon Germany. INCORPORATED week visiting her sister, Mrs. The" world did not know how near Charles Boone, at Howardstown. peace came In that August of 1917 B. DJKIVER, President. HARRY until the other day when Erzberger Mr. and Mrs. Martin McGee were 421 W. Chestnut St. Both Phones 2635. publicly declared that Germany had last week visitors at New Haven, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker "TCAN'TheMeve he's as old then received through the Vatican as that! His teeth are so an offer of peace from the allies an offer that the German military young-lookin- g MORNING WEDDING. white and Capt, and Mrs. John Lyons, New Albany, have as their guest their party dallied with and then rejected. strong " place This is news indeed; but the at A very pretty wedding took morn daughter, Mrs. A. D. Lewis, of West on Monday Baden. acknowledgment of Wichaells, who ing the Cathedral Take care of the healthy far sorantblag yu did not NEED would hay tUrUd a when Miss .Mary Cllnes became That you white teeth you have when jvas then Gorman Chancellor, con- the bride of Joseph Hund, In the Miss Jennie Bryan has returned SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear iaterait COMPOUNDED presence of many of their friends from New 'Haven, where she visited firms the main details. you're young. Lazell's Tooth twice a year; Tfctra MAY COMB a tlai wktn your "LAST DOLLAR" We wonder how many of those and relatives. Mrs. of Thomas D. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Clines was matron honor and Bryan. Paste, faithfully used, will keep aaait b i?nt for aeraetkiig yen DO NEED. The SAVING bow of tfaa who found fault with the Pope dur- Rev. Father Rock performed the vfV them clean and sound. Contains ceremony and celebrated nuptial ing the war and accused him of daliars yn are wastlag might keep that "hard time" frera ever ceaaiax. Miss Mayme and Margaret ipecac and chlorate of potash After partiality for the central powers high mass. groom the ceremony the Walnut street, Jefferson-villand near relatives are the1 guests of relatives at to help prevent pyorrhea. were aware that the allies had em- bride and were entertained at a wedding ployed the diplomatic machinery of breakfast at the Audubon Country Atlanta. the Vatican to get their offer of Club. Mr. and Mrs. Hund are now Mrs. Frank Blanford, of Crescent wedding trip to Niagara Falls Ncwburghontbc peace to Germany. That the offer on athe East, and upon their return Hill, left Friday to spend a month Hudson aud CjCf www New York failed was no fault of the Vatican, will make their home with Mr. and With her mother, Mrs. Mamie Slmms, In Springfield. Fifth and Court Place. but of the German military party, Mrs. Ben F. Hund, parents of the SOLD XHJBJ The bride Is the sister of Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. which persisted in seeing nothing groom. Miss Anna Roso Stack has reD. Cllnes County turned from Howardstown, where but victory ahead. The votaries of and is Treasurer Thomas well known In musical cir- she spent a month with Miss ElizaThird nud Brondway. Fourth and Jelferson. this view brought ruin upon cles. They take with them Into G. Short. Germany and forced the present their now life the best wishes of a beth Would Know You By Your Teeth? hard peace upon that country. Had legion of friends. Miss Bessie McGee has been I a delightful visit at New only seriously considered the they RECENT DEATHS. Hope, the guest of her cousins, the CIOAKETTES CIOASS offer that was made In August of Sunday afternoon the funeral of Misses Bowling. 1917 a different history would be lOo Piedmonts .6.. .l&OO 9c, 3 for 25c American Special, Bo of Norfolk, Va. The date of the JOHN BARLEYCORN Rdbert Vincent, the 20o Piedmonts 16o Kremer's Special, Sc wedding will be announced later. 2.00 written. Misses Amy Hagan and Katie son of Patrick and. Mamie Cain, M,k5. fc , 2.00 lOo Chesterfields ,.9c, 3 for 25c y"c,e Horn, 5c have returned from New (Alive And in nidlntr.) It was remarked that England, was held from the residence of his 2.00 Short 16c Donkev. 5c Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Peake an- Old John Barleycorn, sentenced to 20e Chesterfields 200 Krandmother, Mrs. Kate Curley, 2719 Haven, where they visited Misses France and Italy sent no formal re10c Favorites 9c, 3 for 25a Surprise, 6c 2.00 Emma and Ruby Hagan. nounce the engagement of their die, .'... 2.00 ply to the Pope's proposals of peace. South Third Street. To the 20c Favjorites 16c Bob White. 60 daughter, Miss Mary Ellen Peake, Six months after 1st of July. parents their many friends 20c Camels 2.65 ...,16c Pat Carroll, 6c The reason for that is now plain. tender heartfelt sympathy. Miss Fannie Watson and James to Alphonse J. Ohligschlager. The Before the time had half rolled by 20c Lucky Strikes 2.65 16c Dan'l Boone. 6c Costigan, of Beechmont, were dinner wedding will take plafce in the early The court reneged and hung him 16c London Life ........ 14c, 2 for 25c Kremer's Extra, 6c 2.65 These proposals were In effect those Richard Jennings, beloved hus- guests Sunday of Porter Rafferty part of October. 18c Nebo , , 2.65 16c Qlbon Girl, 6o high. 16c Mecca 14c, 2 for 25c Palma Villa, 6o that they had authorized the Pope band of Mrs. Elizabeth Jennings, and family at Highland Park. 2.75 20c Fatlma . 15c Old Virginia Cheroots, ...9c, 3 for 25C to make. They could only await the passed away Saturday afternoon at 14c, 2 foe 26o Mrs. William A. Connaughton and They seemed afraid of broad Jf Jfelmar Trophies FACBTAaH TOBACCO 15a Turkish ...14c, 2 for 25o JJUKes Mixture ... action of Germany upon them. Presi- his home, 614 North Twenty-nint- h Miss Rose Sweeney, Fanny Ken daughter, Mary Dorothy left Sun7c, 4 street,, leaving many friends wh S inn nedy and Nellie Downey left Satur day night for their home in Memphis And burled him "quick" at dead of 20a Moinil . . ::: .:::::.'::::::::"i8o h.-- s- Marine Cut piuff ..9C. s for 26C f0r dent Wilson in his reply found no mourn his death. He was an unefe Murads day for a short stay at St. 20c Windsor FaSs night. 16c &e ffiSj". after spending several weeks with f ;:;;; fault with the terms proposed, but of Miss Mary Hesalon, whose death erine's Academy at Springfield. Cath Mrs. Connaughton's 10 Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 3 for 25c Barents. Mr. and So eager to put him out of sight, twist declared it was impossible to make occurred the same day. Funeral 16c Tuxedo (carts) They failed to note he breathed all 14c, 2 for 26c Mrs. W. J. Quinlan. 14c. 2 for 26o SC peace with the autocracy then in services were held Monday afternoon Judge 10c Allen County elvoi (can3 9c, 3 for 25c right. 10 Tu"d0 9 at the church of Our Lady, of which and MissW. F. Lincoln, Mrs. Lincoln May Adams Lincoln left 10c Shepherd 9c. 3 for 26c Attorney Charles F. Taylor, control of Germany, After some the deceaesd was a respected and this week for JVaynesville, N. O., and Mrs. Taylor, accompanied Sr., And when .from his grave he manvw iuuhww, ........... .c, d ior SOC - gjj by weeks the allies made this reply faithful member. aged" to get, where ithey will spend some time. mrs. jary a. Taylor and daughter, Wfrtr T&Swk 9S 3.f2r 21 Chesterfield. 10c. 3 for 25c. or ..J4.15 their own and the matter ended 9o, Miss Alary Hosslon, aged twenty-onfor 26c quail, 10c, 3 for 25c, or .?. J4.15 Miss Helen Taylor, left Tuesday A dry man's cellar was his "one best inn nonbpUfl Key Vest- 10c- 3 2C 5 Jor 51 i8S r 25c. or ... J4.15 died Saturday morning of a except that the proposals were afterMiss Mary Patricia Moore, of Nefl morning on a motor trip to Chicago, bet." for 25 te' 2 for 25c Optimist, 10c, 3 for 26c. or complication of diseases. She was Albany, returned from West Baden, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. He is hiding there now, and don't 10c Bourbon a"' County 9c, 3 Don Mlnardo, 10c, 3 for 26c, or...?4.15 wards made the basis of President the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. A. D. forget CHEAPEST TOBACCO STOKES IN THE CXTT. WATCH US OBOW Wilson's peace notes. The real J. Hesalon, 2639 High street, and Lewis, with whom she had been Charles F. Taylor, Jr. It's a dry man's cellar where things reason for the failure of the Pope's was held in high esteem by a wide visiting. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORE are wet. Misses Rose Feldhoelter and CathHo. 1 s. W. cor. Preetoa te Jefferson was the proud circle of friends and acquaintances. efforts In 1917 Kenner Taylor, Frankfort Ky. Ho. 3 H. W. Cor. Preetoa & liberty erine Straub, Qergt. Sherley Cunlft parents she leaves a Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bosler, and Charles J. Ryan and Mr. and V. 3. nSKEX ft CO. stuborness of the 'Prussian Junkers Besides her brother, John J. Hosslon, Jr., who Miss Katherine Bosler, Miss Minnie BRAIN CELLS. who could --not then reconcile them- was recently discharged from the Hunold and Nicholas Bosler, Jr., Mrs. James "W. Casein spent the week-en- d with Mr. Arthur to the granting selves of in- navy, and a sister, Miss Margaret left Saturday on a motor trip to F. Jones and Mrs. and Mrs. cousins, "The brain is supposed to contain For Rent, Sale or Cassias dependence to Belgium! What a Hesslon. The funeral services wero Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Best, at Floyd over 200,000,000 cells. Exchange. held Knobs. difference between those terms and mass Monday morning with requiem 1412 East Miss Cleo Moloney, at St. Cecilia's church. S5.85 AND UP the ones they were forced to accept HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Many The who mourn the Spring street, New Albany, 'had as Ella DonoErzberger has certain death of there are L. Drlscoll, well guests for the past week" the Misses van, ofmarriage of Miss and Joseph this year. Jeffersonville, Cornelius ly given the world a Tery interesting known here, but for the past fifteen Catherine, Marie and Nellie Hackett, F. Dannenhold, of this city, took INCORPORATED DIVISION S. place at Holy Trinity church, St. chapter of 'history in regard to the years a resident of Cincinnati, where of Detroit. Both Plioa.a 135 333 W, Main Street he ipassed away on Thursday of last Matthews, Thursday morning at First and third Fridays, HlbefnJax . world war. Miss Mary A. Holland, daughter 8 o'clock, Rev. (Father Bohlsen ofweek; He had been confined to St. 0 Home, Portland. W. C. RORK, PrUnt. Francis Hospital for more than three of J. J. Holland, 1124 Rogers street, ficiating. Miss Anita Schraeder, of HERBHRT JENKINS, Se. and Trtaj. President Tim O'Leary. STATE FAIR. months and his death was not un left the first of the week to visit New Albany, 'Miss Marie Donovan, Vice President Walter Murphy. expected. He Is survived by three her niece, Mrs. Jacob Hell, In Cleve- sister of the bride, and Messrs. W. CO. VULCANIZING Financial Secretary John C. O'Brien and George Holzknecht The Kentucky State iFair to 'be brothers, John, Joseph and Edward land, Ohio. 1850 Portland avenue. Driscoll, and one sister, Mise INCORPORATED were the attendants. William Dan held in this city next month Recording Secretary John A. In honor of her cousin. Miss Mary nenhold and Joseph Schaefer were Driscoll. The body was promisee to be the most successful brought to Bofise'e chapel and Sat Florence McNamara, Kepkuk,- - ushers. Following a wedding break- Martin. of GUARANTEED VULCANIZING ' Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Liberal premiums urday morning funeral service were Iowa, Miss Mary Catherine Coll fast the liappy young couple left on in Its history. Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Brondway Sergeant-t-Ann- s Martin Shee-haentertained Thursday evening at her a bridal tour through the East. are, to be given in all departments, held at St. John's church. Louisville, Kentucky Ilorac Phone City 2511 home In Jeffersonville. The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Sentinel Thomas Noone. and an Interesting programme of Sergeant William M. Gardner and aged sixty-nin1325 Hull given every day. street, cast, a deep feeling of gloom Is to be Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Monahan, bride, who was JUTse Agnes M. ButS &niament among her large circle of friends of Newport, are In New Albany to ler, have Teturned from their honeyDIVISION 4. visit Mr. The. Lititle Rock Guardian em and relative, by whom she was; parents and Mrs. Seymour Beswlck, moon, spent at (Norton Hill, the Meets second and fourth Mondays ot Mrs. (Monahan, at their home of the groom's parents, near highly esteemed for ber good nature Bertram! Hall, Sixth street gQuttieally declares that "millions ot Albany, (N. Y, Their marriage was and kindly disposition. She was. the home on Thomas street. Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and President John J. Barry. voters In this country are not so widow ot Thomas ShlrcHffe. by Capt. Barrett, chapSursolemnized Vice President Mark J. Ryan. e viving her are four sons, J, C, M. Mrs. W. P. Burke and children. lain at Camp Zaehary Taylor, on much Interested In Ohantung, decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace overRecording Secretary Lawrence Frances Burke, or Borahtongue as they are D.. R. A. and R, C. ShlrcHffe. and Misses Dorothy and are expected to July 10. Mre. Gardner is the daugh- D. Meany, six daughters, Mrs, J. M. Butler, of Deniaon, Texas, hauled and cleaned. ter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. ButFinancial Secretary Thomas J. in having the, United States states- Mrs". F. Beyerle, Mrs. U. J. Stengel, arrive soon to spend the remainder ler and popular In West Bad social SeVgt. Gardner has .been in Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. pantteasehlp Mlsees Gertrude, Jennie and Addie of the summer wKh her mother. men eat out all their circles. the array a number of year and is . Treasurers John F. Burke. Cont ritat down Shtrotlff. Funeral seryices Were held and d&maciurv and Sergeant-at-ArmPatrick Artillery .,. , Aloysius church Monday mora in Mr. James J," Curran announoee bow with the.Seeond expects at nelly. i. .j Y """"ling,4K.Rev. Pathw O'Grady Ub w "" """" 'T to be , the eMUuretnent of her daughter. Camp Taylor, where he CITY 2181. MAIN 2933 Sentinel M. J. MoDeraett. . Mies Mftrjr OurrM, M hih prices aad U toe ottwr war taff raquf arold Dewfe, perrnaneBtiy stationed. , 1 overseas bearing the Croix du Guerre for bravery in action. Father Baxter delivered the sermon at the 10:30 mass and thrilled his hearers with touching incidents of the war. (He also mentioned the religious fervor of the many Catholic soldiers with the American Army, and phrophesied that the Catholic church and Its followers would emerge from the war stronger than ever. Chaplain Baxter is still attached to Camp Taylor, but may be discharged from service In a few days. turned from Miss Georgia Ferriell was last week the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Ferriell, at New Haven. Miss Josephine Ryan has returned to Indianapolis after visiting Miss ' , , fea They $L50 PHONES CITY 573.1786, CUMB. MAIN 507, Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN TIIB CITT. Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. The Last Dollar iEt i i Con-stantin- e, e, Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. AT BDSGHMEYER DRUG STORES, BMH hi SMOKERS, ATTENTION slxteen-months-o- ld grief-strick- en - .;:;; v '"' - e, - iaTV FANSCHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. 1818-182- Brod-eric- WEST BROADWAY Mag-dale- na n. Shir-cllff- e, e. Positively Only Ten Days More ONLY $1.00. Lodge-tongu- -- .i,. E. Gr. HEARTICK "7P BZ&JSPTXX&VrXRELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Oculists' Prescriptions. - IRISHES AJ433MEOilJEr. FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. FINE Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment GOWNS short notice. Exquisitely cleaned on ASK ANY OCUWST THE BALL OPTICAL CO; 013 FOUItTlt AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDERSON 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 BHJEHPsfSPECIAL ATTENTION Orders. TRICES REASONABLE. Out-of-To- - i 1 J WELDIN REPAIRING Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Oars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING iB. F. Marquess & Co.i RATTERMAN 414 S. Second St., Louisville, Ky.. AUTO WOEIiDING & REPAIR GO. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH Both rhones 2800 ST., LOUISVILLE, KX. Silk Shirts .OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS You Waited Years For JOHN B. PROPERLY Road Service. CHEROKEE) iaPECOEK I ICBI 1EA. CLEANED, PACKED BLENDED ASK YOUR GROCER. Home City 8300 an Opportunity Like This You'll Wait Years Again cleaned 'never lose their newness, One trial will conSwiss When FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee ihai. nnmtmrtnnrl West 1107a. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER , JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES & CO. 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Borne Phone Shawnee 1010 Have you seen people hunting thistown 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 " If you want a safe, sure, certain investment, buy a lot and build a house on it. Don't wait for prices to go down they aren't going down for years. The time to build is when the marketis good. Prices may be hieh so are your returns. Have you planned to own your own homei Then now, if ever wilh rents going still higher. is the time to build just what you've wanted and move into it. You can get materials and labor and deliveries now a few months hence, when the building and Reconstruction movement is in tun swing' you 11 wonder why you pass the chance you have now. Every house you build releases another home or appartment adds to the nosoeritv of the city adds to your prosperity, Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. T vince you. SWISS Cleaners & Dyers No Job Too Large or None Too Small. "SEE US." Liberty Electric and Repair Company Onr Motto: Prompt Service, Ret.' teriWork, Satisfied Customers. Phone City 2700 " 745 S. Sixth St. Louisville, Kv. ii Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. .H, JOHN B. O'LEARY Headquarters for CONTRACTOR FOR PROPERTY CITY AND FARM See us about anything la real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1815 S. Twcnty-slxt-h St. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone Shawnee S68 Home Phono City 4464. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular Incomes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTING PLASTERER or red tape. Loans to housekeoporB on their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. 15X-- T Room 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al SAM L. ROBERTSOR 'MMH'W'H'fr'M'"!- - nku BBISKFiffwBKSBm SMOKE Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY OHIO RIVER TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little L J. 5c Build Now! i A SPECIALTY. gf 'J. E. YANN DAIRY 508-51- COMPANY All CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE 'As Neat lo You the Ncifest Phoaa" at AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: WENZEL ST. SOUTH 0 PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Louisville Gas and Electric Co. C. C. Mcngel and Bros. Company . FUNERAL FLOWERS 712 West Jefferson Street Both Phonos 4203 Norman Lumber Company Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER J A, SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 Louisville, Ky. Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. The Caloric Furnace Company A SPECIAL WREATH. $5.00 "SOUTHERN STAR" Home Phone Shawnee 80S Southern Brick and Tile Co. 110 S. 4th. St. Pipe and Plpoloss Furnaces. T. Bishop, Agtcnt, Cor. 13th and Ormshy SLICED BACON HENRY GOSS Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Central Glass Company Ready for Your Griddle to the Automatic Water Heaters, 5181-- 2 S. Second Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Morning" Incorporated. Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK It Will Furnish Employment and Keep Times Good! I Best Cigars Made!! Segal & Boyer Fish Co. A SPECIALTT FRED HORNUNG, JR. 811 East Jefferson Street. Home City 1061. $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 Round Trip $2 ON STEAMERS HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. GLOBE TWIN CITY LEAGUE. The annual field meet of the Twin City League will .be held at Eclipse Park tomorrow afternoon, and the league officials have arranged a programme that is sure to .bring oat a big crowd and at the same time furnish some exciting contests. The principal feature on the bill will ho a game between Mackin Council's team and the Hibernians, both of whom are tied for first place In the pennant race of the Twin City. Manager Sheckler, of Mackin, will use his star hattery, tAhman and Wiley, while Manager "Boots" Murphy, of the Hibernians, an nounces that Steir and O'Loughlin will represent the A. O. H. There is considerable rivalry between these two clubs just now and the specta tors will see a battle royal. The other events will consist of a dash, circling the bases, long distance throw ana a relay race. Following these events there will game of players be an selected from the four teams outside of the Hibernians and Mackin. The two leading teams, Mackin and Hi bernians, won (from Xavier and Alumni last Sunday, while the Cali fornia Club forfeited to the K. of C. The standing to date: Won Lost Pet 100-yard "We Are As Close To Ton As Tour Fhona" AWFUL DEATH. While visiting; his brother, Thomas B. Appling, In Clnclnati, on Wednes day of last week, telegrams were re We telegraph Flowers ceived bringing the sad news of the death of young Sidney R. Appling, MMOT HIDNKY West Walnut street, who had been run over and killed by an automo bile truck. The bereaved father left Immediately and brought the body iback for burial. Besides his father, young Appling is survived by two brothers, Robert B. and Thomas D. (Appling, and four sisters, .Mrs. Albert S. Uake, of Enfield, N. H.. and Misses Marguerite, Alice and Elizabeth Appling. For the past three years he had been a student at St Theresa's Academy at Rho-della. America and Queen City At 5 P. M. Every Friday. SECURITY & LOAN OO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST Money Advanced on Your Plain Note Call Homo Phone City 721; 812 West Jefferson Street Main 721. Cumb. Phone (Socond Floor) LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Homo Phone City 2967. HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 825 W. Jofforson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and STARK'S NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIR SHOP S, STABS, Proprietor-Only Everywhan MEET THE BOAT TRIPS DiaMOflil Every Sunday at 9 a. m. from Third and River. Phone Main or City 141. the very best material and highest class of workmanship. Work Our called for and delivered. work and service will pleaso you. son of Harry A. Appling, of 206 . TRY US tention to Wo give special and; prompt out-of-to- at- work. Hot Water Heaters Double Copper Coils rrlec H I All IIIAMIIMW Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Stores Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Shaw. 1716 and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, 20th and Portland. City 7164 Attention and Quality." and Magazlno 18th JPEOFIE'S PKOVID2HT? A8OXATIJI Incorporated by WellJcnowa WfcUeai Wai to Stake d Org-anize- All Kinds ot Footwear For the 045 SOUTH Homo Phone, City 231 Cumb. Phone, Main AVENUE LOUISVILLE. KY. 1'OUKTH 1288-T $12-5- 0 Connecting Do You Want to Sell THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'd 7411 or Buy East 180 OO. On Parnltura and Other Versos! Property at X.OWIST BJLXZ8 COLEMAN BUILDING COR. THIRD AND JEFFHBSON Both Phone 2886 iitaxi KENTUCKY LAUNDRY Incorporated 614-02- all-st- ar SO YOU WANT TO SETj OB BUT? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mlno or Property of any kind or description. We have Businesses and Enterprises of every kind For Sale In al- COLONELS MEET LEADERS. 2 8. a Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Medley Hotel and Restaurant JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Mackin Council Right Services Established 1820. Lon villa, Ky. Right Prices Day and Night OFFICE! OUTFITTBBS PRINTERS STATIONERS 620 WEST MARKET ST. Both Phones 2406 THE VERY BEST 6 X. Alumni Kniehts of Columbus.. 6 Shawnee Athletic Club. 4 o uaiiiornians Hibernians .8 8 2 2 5 ; .800 .800 .545 .364 .000 701-70- .nt. 7 11 THURSDAY FOR CHILDREN. RIUTLINQIR A 0 0. Adolpb Reatlinger FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND SOUTH EPPlNG'S SOFT DRINKS PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET SAVINGS LOUISVILLE AND DEPOSIT BANK ' Fourth and Central Avenue J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving. A General Banking Business Transacted. Deposits. 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. K. PFED7FER FLORIST Street 421 South Thirty-eight- h Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral Works. Phone Shawnee 559-L. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER day at Fontaine Ferry Park, when the kiddles of the city will be the guests of Judge Charles Wilson, manager of this popular summer amusement resort. The day will be one of continuous entertainment for the tots, and special attractions and surprises are being arranged for them. The main feature will be the picturesque and original contest which has been named "walking the dolls," and which will consist of a grand parade by every little girl In the park who carries a doll. The "little mothers" will be lined up in Carnival Hall at 2:30 o'clock and, hearing gay little pennants and their best "babies," the, line will start with the park .band leading. PRACTICE HOURS. Next Thursday will be children's The Louisville club finishes Its series with Minneapolis today and e series tomorrow begins a most any part of Kentucky, Indiana with St. Paul, which will give our and othes Stato. boys an opportunity to cut down tho To Bay If You Wait or Private or Sell at lead of Mike Kelly's tribe or at Sal Auction least hold them to an even break. Write or Call Tho Colonels have come out of their recent slump in good style, tho hitBUSINESS EXOHAXTOE ters having nicked up In averages, Auctioneer and Seal Estate while the pitching staff has regained LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. its form. Long, Davies, Stewart and Graham all going good. It Is hoped Cumb. Phone, Main 2960 Home Phone, City 6343 that General Manager Neal will be Want to Wat With able to locate an lnflolder on his If YouSand for Contract Us, scouting trip aB most of our bad luck came when Betzel was injured. the team playing with a makeshift Ftf Prepw GImsm Infield and outfield. Another weak consult soot in our lineup Is right field. OPTOMETRIST especially from a hitting standpoint. Acosta, while a flashy fielder, has S13 STARKS BLDG, Pboae City UBO. never hit as high as .230 all season, Pencertr with C. M. Wlaemoa A Son. the lowest outfielder's average in the league. four-gam- $4.00 $9.50 ETKEKIDOB lade- hava the Inrg-et- t pendent Tord Bepalr Sliop In Z FORDS REPAIRED We eorvlco Solid Coll Guaranteed Satisfactory J 1(15 W. M. CISSEIX Date St. Ilome Shawnee 1CM-- J. killed cost. at reasonable 2 jet orre "Any Make Shop IUA Car Sowed In" PBicrs If You Are an Employer DUGAN J. 1315 GARAGE DUGAN, i And Need a Girl Worker, OR Foreman and General Manager SOUTH BROOK STREET If You Are Main 3359 a Girl Worker City 3359 BECKER And Need a Position CORNS.BUNIONS Iflfrtwtaf Md Mwrmtl NiK CALL US JUBILEE AT LEBANON. The cood neonle of Lebanon and Marlon county are arranging for the proper celebration of the Jubilee of Rev. Father Joseph. Hogarty, pastor of St. Augustine's church, which will take place shortly. His parishioners are Intent upon their beloved pastor taking a vacation trip to Rome at their expense. IMPROVING. KyPMsw Women's Activities, National Catholic War Council Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy G57 South Foarth St. ScUttifittflj TmW Ghira 507 Stark Beth Baill. Pbetr TIME East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. MSbp I trvt fc Beat Prices Reaaoaable. "pW .wriENiraYotnn Sots FhOBH '. ' "f Both Phomei Smith Motor 2pw5k IET US KNOW! T.n.al nntl Inner AfNtatinA mnvfnir with motor vans. Furniture, packing-- and shipping. All work guaranteed. cheerfully furnished free of charge. ATJCTZOK 4S6 es A. AXWOI.D ft SOWS STOBAOS OO. National Roofing" and tin Supply Company laMrporatala Y (Incorporated) Wwt acala gtreat Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrea Felts, Gravel Beeteg (A Specialty). IS W, Kate OHr 1My Kte 149-Phone The many friends of Mrs. McKoIr-na- n KATIOKAX. HAT CAHIKO WORKS plant there. WAGON OR VAN will feel relieved to learn that Albert Smith, Prop. her condition has changed favorably Girls attending the office training 2525 West Walnut Street 533 WEST MARKET STREET slowly lmprov-- , FANCY CORNCOB PIPES. and that she Is now PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY classes conducted by tho Women's Home Phone, City 6161 ing at her home, 433 East Ormsby Activities of the National Catholic Home Phone Shawnee 1986 As the time, for leaving the shores avenue. War Council, 657 South Fourth street, are privileged to practice any (of France approaches the American time during the day or evening up aougUDoy nas suddenly taxen a RETREAT AT ST. BONIFACE. Wheel tlW 9 o'clock on the new typewriter great fancy to the corncob pipe, and recently purchased hy the office for A retreat for the clergy opened in many Instances it has replaced Monday at St. Boniface Monastery, Twin motorcycle $100. use In the class room. , One Twin Indian. the cigarette in popularity with the Fehr and Jackson streets, will ond soldiers. The Knights of Columbus today, Rev, Flavian Larbes, O. F. One R. S. Single, $50. CENSUS TAKER. Committee on War Activities has M., was the retreat master. One Yale Twin cheap. NORTON BUILDING 38x3 Inner Tubes, $1,50. Charles L. Barker, former Secre- rcelvcd an urgent appeal for cornawaiting Cut price on supplies. tary of tjie Fire Department and cobs from both the men N. W.Ctrner Fsurih mi Jeffenon GATHERING. IMPORTANT wjdely known throughout the city, embarkation at Brest and from has ibeen appointed Supervisor of Siberia. William P. Larkin, OverR. L. DAVIS, Agent; The greateflt and moat Important the Census, of the Fifth Congression- seas Director of the K. of C. "Activi- of the Catholic gathering ot the S. VT. Corner Seventh and Broadway al district. The appointee has had ties, has ordered a large shipment , year will be that of the hierarchy HL much) experience and .will prove an of corncob pipes, to satisfy this new of the United Btatee, caned, to meet yea fcoya aa CiaMoa that wlil efficient census taker. The an- want of the doughboys, and they at the Cathojic University at Washyraiaca the fa Ufa. nouncement was received with ex- will be shipped Immediately. Be- ington on September 24. Funeral Directors ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE pressions of approval upon all sides. sides the mBiloiw of cigarette packages and hags of tobacco the K. of 1U It. Breatway, XlaTiUe, Xy. CBNTRAI VHRMN. Embalmers. O. have sent to France. AOOSPT8 GOOD POSITION, Director Oedttot4 by tfea Xaveria Brother wJM be corncobs Larkin says there The Central Verein will ooavene Daaiel J. D&ugbarty, who has enough so ittnat even- - one of the In Obisago early Wi September with (71 HO ftf .Tdf' ! 400,068 or more soldiers still over- - delegates In hooa a vroi Vnnn film. TeraM Mtajatat. attendance frets' all tho Sm. 1Jtila, Tlr. tavoavllle for seewal years, has 9vW will W& Sttyytt 1MB. Cttttral State. gone to Talladega, Ala., to locate. Ho will be superintendent of a water STRAW HAT CLEANING. ' Avoid the rush by con sulting us now. Panama Hat Cleaning' and Block- run. UY IS THE OLD MAN HARRIS Editor, haa made scores of bis readers from 50 per cent to 600 per cent, on investments, who have followed his "tips" on wnat to Duy and vrhen to sell, in oil and 'mining stocks, during past year. He knows "Who's Who" la the oil game. All confidential. information strictly Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal ?2. (Free with each new subscription a beautiful map ot Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea of an airplane view of the State, Wrlto worth J5; 14x22 inches.) for free sample copy 16 pages, 2 illustrated, building, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Souther- ing our specialty. $40 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT n MEN'S BLACK OR TAN WORKSHOES $3.50 to. $600 Theae ihoea are world beatsrs they look wall and they taad tba basff- ot larvloe. Xhy arc fleaiyaaa ad bain lor aervloe aad they reader that lerrlce. - BOSSEfcSON 1 illaii' and FKHK SPALDING SHOE CO. xavxji axssrxnrrx Out of the ?w lrmxH High-Re- at m District J txs. hi B3E2:arajo:ErY rj&xmn ajm3bio:on.. ! Lauh at the Biggest Washing I HERMAN STRAUS We 01 SONS J ! I v and Rsdcsm Oold Trading Stamps. j Wash Fabrics You'll Want Are In This August Sale Your choice of one lot of Col Skirting Material; all 36 inches wide and' values up to fi.uu u yuru, .iuiy buiu Jtinuu.-ouo 4,000 yards of Per il cales, In dark and light color ings, with neat stripe and figured styles; they are the 30c values; July sale 22c h Percales; White for children's dresses and suits; 34 inches wide and our fine 35c grade; July sale prico 25c 50 pieces of White Dress Voiles; 38 inches wide; of plain, sheer weaves and our regular Z 35c grade; July sale price ....25c 25 pieces of Plain Colored Voiles; mercerized finish; with wide tape selvage; in a beautiful range of colors, also black; July li ored u SEVENTH BIG EXCURSION TO SOUTHWESTERN KENTUCKY OIL FIELDS SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1919 LEAVING LOUISVILLE AT 2;20 SUNDAY MORNING, RETURNING SUNDAY EVENING TRIP INCLUDES Moulder Leases 3000 Barrels. Visit to the Visit to the Butler Leases 4500 Barrels. BIGGEST WELLS IN THE STATE Gainesville Oil Pool, Scottsville Oil Pool Augie McReynold Oil Pool, Airplane Oil Pool, Adolphus Oil Pool roFF TRIP nil AvnMSAi nid if vou buv Airplane stock at 10c Par value goes to 15c Aug. 15, Airplano has 21 wells 357 acres 16 wells on pump and pipeline, 1550 oil tanks capacity one of the best equipped leases in the state see it compare it with others -- I want you to see what the company has to offer to investors. Call at my office at once for full particulars or write, and arrange to join one of these excursinos, it will Yours for more Oil do us both good. and dividends, F. L. Old Man, Harris 411 INTER-SOUTHTER- SAVE THE WOMEN WE release them from more OF LOUISVILLE MORE TIME aad drudgery than any other institution in this city. WE CAN SAVE THEM COUNTLESS ADDITIONAL HOURS do vastly more for them if they will equip their homes withkppliances to put electricity to work for them. ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES like other electrical equipment pay for themselves in a short time. TELEPHONE MAIN OR CITY 2182 AND WE WILL DO YOUR WEEK'S WASHING FOR YOU. Then you will understand. No charge for this demonstration in your home. PRE-CIOU- S Batiste with printed floral and figured designs; values from tho bolt up to 29c; July salo..l4c 40 bolts of Printed Dotted Dress Voiles; these have Imperfections in the printing; they aro 36 Inches wide and sell in perfect goods at 60c; 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 Plaid Voiles; splendid styles for houso and children's dresses; in regular stock they sell at 36c; July sale price ......10c e 1,200 yards of Natural Linen Color Batisto of 20 pieces only of this a fine mercerized quality; our Black Dress Voile that is of a regular price of this batisto Is medium weight and a regular 35c a yard; July sale price 10c 40c grade; July sale prico 25c 25 pieces of Morcerlzed QualWhite Skirting Materials, In ity Batiste in flesh color, for plain and fancy weaves: all 24 making undergarments and 9 Inches wide and values up to gowns; our regular price is 39c .. . 69c; July sale 80c a yard; July salo 25c Yard-wldLinon-finls-36-In- ch 2,000 yards of mill remnants of Fine Quality Morcerized-fln-is- h r Yard-wid- 38-in- ch eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeea What Are Proper Glasses? Those which give the wearer perfect vision and absolute comfort. Glasse are proper only when the lenses are correctly ground from a formula which is written as the result of a thorough and competent eye examination. and cord complete Superior Deep Curve Lense3, with any mounting in stock, with case Small Shell Rims, 75c extra, Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at this price. $4.50 Louisville Gas & Electric Co. (Incorporated) "Setma isBoltovma' MMlraJ 6n S Fourfi Ave. LouisYiUcKif N BUILDING, LOUISVILLE, KY. I L-- i AM A UNION PRINTER TWINf CITY FIELD MEET ECLIPSE PARK Seventh and Kentucky THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET City 2360. Main 2S60-- T. 3AWCCHCEf . 7TPXS DAIZy"' y EVERY isijy MWH .3AHGINGW ,.,. rltu Tu,,.U s -.W3WAU" !. rfv m IBMjtW CU CAFETERIA .... - T A1sUCUVJfV JMrWSEMEHT inxtam Jjlt;,5r,r. .mil - una a "V iBEST VAVOEVlUe TVKJt PAUV POOL SWIMMING sAMTAvr 10, 1919 ..IVCJE3:EIr, DIRECTOR.. SUNDAY, AUGUST Program of Field Events All Star Cludbs and Mackin vs. Hibernians. TWO BAIX GAMES. RESTAVRAKTOELVXE UPEi EVERY NIGHTS, FIRST GAME TWO P. M. Tickets 30 Gents. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 717-71- CEHTEfCC. MOONLIGHT Given By HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General "News Notes. TRY f ",TH E'PI LLTHAT.WILL" UT Oi".DNt.V PVW ?" . LOUIIVIU.e,lKV., Funeral Director and Emb aimer 0 L. D. BlX B. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLH, EX. Late Newt That Will Interest Member Here and VlMHiUiUHMHUUHHmMMVVtWHUUUUWMUi Hibernian Social Club MONDAY, AUGUST DANCING-SIX-PIE- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS 'WBSkL HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.T Hibernian Social Club moonlight Monday evening. Matters are progressing favorably towards bringing President DeValera to Louisville. President Tim 0'Ieary of Division 3, says the ball club is a cinch for the pennant flag. Come out and root for the Hibernian ball club at the Twin City field meet at Eclipse Park tomor-se MMV& 'MLS 11, 1919 Steamer East Si. Louis ORCHESTRA Children Under 12 Years Free TICKETS 50 CENTS Boat leaves Fourth St. 8 o'clock. CE ' .. They work like a charm. Everyibox sold to satisfy or your money refunded. ment. Opelousas ha3 been selected for the 1920 Louisiana State Council next May. Fort Wayno Knights have opened a .service bureau and will help soldiers and sailors find employ- FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. MiMWmMHVUVMVUHHUitiMUUVnMUUUHUUUUW of the Hibernian Social Club moonlight. The Kentucky Irish American Phone Shawnee 42. would suggest that National PresiON THE dent Deery be Invited to visit Louisville. His presence would arouse Wo Are Motor Doctorsf Skilled Exinterest. perts Aro Eeady to Servo You. ML "tX-JcV"S,r' aY,"""' Fall line of Tires, Tubes and Ac-" . ""r " ,i U u7?"tIJ MlCCUUfj iVb cessorlea. Tires and Tubes Vulcan- ""T'X il W41 aUUUtUVU iiCUl reized. Seattle, her audience filling the audi- paired. Batteries charged and torium of Holy Name Academy, National President Deery will PORTLAND ATJTO REPAIR CO., speak at the Pennsylvania State conSt. 877 N. Twenty-Sixt- h vention, which "will be held August 18 and 19. During the next few and Paul, him. John is in months ho will visit several other the British survive and navy Paul Is overStates. Amefjcan Expeditionseas with Judge James B. Deery, the new ary Forces.the National President, was given a public reception Monday night by Boat Leaves Fourth Street 8:30 P. M. ST, PAUL'S LAWN FETE. the County Board at Indianapolis. Upon his arrival last wffek he was DANCING met SWAN'S ORCHESTRA of The at the depot by the Presidents church congregation lawnSt. Paul's feto and will give a of the. eight divisions and his father. social on Fenz's lawn, opposite the church grounds on Jackson street, EDWARD O'REIIiljY DROWNS. HARVEY-JELLIC- O near St. Catherine, iMonday, August 18. This Is a supplementary to the O'ltellly, twenty-eigEdward years old, on of Peter M. O'Reilly, recent church picnic, when the at(INCORPOBATKD) 1115 outh Brook Street, met a tendance was kept down because of shocking death In the Ohio river on bad weather. Euchre will be given I- Thursday afternoon of last week, in the afternoon and lotto in the the distressing news causing wide- evening. OIL FIELDS EXCURSION. spread sorrow. O'Reilly and two DISTRIBUTORS OF "THE companions. Thomas Lawler and MAGTCIN'S MOONLIGHT. The excursion given last Sunday Joseph Flaherty, were returning from the Indiana shore to their fish-i- n Mackin Social Club will give the to tho Airplane Oil and Refining camp below Fontalno Perry fourth of their series of jnoonllght Company's field claimed many Park. In attempting to change hisJ excursions next Tuesday evening, prominent citizens throughout the position in the (boat O'llettiy ieu and the Increased poularity of these State. Among the party were Mayor Place your next order with us. overboard, and despite the efforts of affairs Is the guarantee of another William Spauldlng, of Lebanon; Ais .companions to save him he was banner crowd. Mackin Council is to Judge Hugh Murray, Lebanon; ttrownea. 'rne "re avens searcnea be congratulated on the success of County Attorney Proctor K. McEl-robody for several hours, but for the Lebanon; F. L. Dant, cashier their excursions because it had been swept away by the swift of the moonlightpeople attending and Farmers' Bank, Lebanon, Early Saturday morning becauseclass ofthe entertaining pro- several interested stockholders and current. and body wa recovered and taken to gramme of' the prospective buyers from Louisville furnished For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. wfaere the fuBarrett's chapel, from and Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Mr. Harris neral took place. O'Reilly Waa well has planned another excursion for SACRED IEBABT RETREAT. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total known to West Bnd tennis players, tomorrow. He claims this way of caretaker the depottt of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the having been 'for several ofyears. ShawThe Rev, Isadora Bmith, C. P., showing what the company has to Hie ' nee courts bank. jwopk ef Leuieville at this safe, conservative sixty.five.year-olporente, three sisters, Missee Ethel who has beea army chaplain, in offer Is quite expensive, but he France aa4 Is, now in this country,' wants the prospective buyers to see Margaret O'Reilly and Mrs. MARKET AT SECOND and and three brothers, Bert, John Is at Sacred Heart Retreat oh a visit. before they invest. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK SPEND AN EVENING OF PLEASURE row. Division 4 will meet next iMonday evening, and will adjourn ealy ForSale by Your kDruggist in 25-ce- Blue Grass Council, Lexington, will open a night school next month with free tuition. The classes will be open to all, whether Catholic or The .Knights of Little Rock have thrown open their club rooms for soldiers and Bailors, with the sign and slogan, "Everyone welcome everthlng free." The council at St. Joseph, Mo., has Just conferred the major degrees on another class, the third within a year. This council has had a phenomenal growth. Oarrell Last Sunday Bishop Council had its annual barbecue at Covington. One hundred and twenty-fiv- e gallons of burgoo were served the knights and their ladles. Bishop Carroll Council, Covington, had an experience meeting last week, attended by over 400 members. Interesting talks were made by throe members recently returned from overseas. (Following the lntiation of forty-fiv- e candidates at Corpus Christ!, Texas, all the Knights were conveyed by auto to "The Breakers", whore bathing was enjoyed, after which picnic lunch was served. The Louisiana State Council of ficers met recently at Jennings, marking the beginning of conferences which it Is intended to have at stated intervals for the purpose of considering and discussing the welfare of the order in the State. ,822 Bast Main Street. nt packages. DOUGHERH & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, AUTO OWNERS I. Mackin Council, Y. MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Funeral Directors BOTH and Embalmersl HH Homo City 2008 X a ? PHCOISTJECeS. I Climb. Alain 290S-- a SIMMER EAST St. I.OOIS Tuesday Evening, August 12, 1919 iiinwiwomtmitwimniiiiiM GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, frji j PROP. Funeral Director and Embalrncr COAL CO. BOTH PHONES 810. ht SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. QUAIODY SERVICE) i'ge0ii0aMi la l High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Where the Quick Meal Comes Where the home Is brightest ; Where the work is lightest; Where the meal is cooked best; Where the range stands tho test tho where That's "Quick Meal" comes IB. . Where work is quickly done; Whore cooking seemtt-roa- fan; LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK d y, Where baking gives delight; Whore drudge is oat of sight That's where the. "Quick Meal" eonea, to. Qalek Maal Gas KuiM Sold. XBataHe aad niftbly Mamvimimi Cat-sid- y, GEHER & SON, w. MA&SET - J J c j.,.l8:'.i il.