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MTEUKNT CAWfK &llff iju SUMS gt UvtsWKe Bvery Driver an BscorU Carrtep I Tufuk Be. Incorporated VOLUME XLIII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919. and damn-- , PRICE FIVE CENTS. ciphered appropriations; hut it his East Kentucky street was own state, Georgia, is delinquent, dragged off a street car and taken to tho First district station by a let him brand Georgia as delinquent History tells us that for centuries Keystone policeman who was a in a matter which primarily concerns the Roman Catholic Church, and the parents residing in that State, former car conductor. People who that church alone, kept ablaze the saw tho citizen dragged away and and secondarily all citizens, the flickering light of civilization and hearing tho threats of the Essays to Respond to Critics of His communities and the State Legisthe embers of religion. Is the Roman Administration Faces Street Car For Past Two Years a to club the "doggone city lature of Georgia. GlVen ft Forceful Broadside by Editor fiathollc Church in a conspiracy to Centralization Educational Let Smith prove his assumption slicker" to death, wondered what Jictw ecru Lourdes religious freedom or to seize to Add to Other subvert Strike awful crime .he had committed. that public education is at all the Scheme. of tlio Jim Jam Jems jthe reins of Government or to make America. province of the Federal Government, Finally the trufh leaked out. The Failures. Magazine. of this land a Popish satrapy? No We do not believe that he will" be citizen and loyal Republican had false-- J blacker lie was ever coined in able to prove his position or give boarded a street car and offered a hood's mint or passed by countegold' piece to the con- But Falls to Answer Any of the a single satisfactory reason for the rfeiter's hand. Is there such a thing passage of his bill In the Congress Idea Originates With tho Right1 Warley Spurns Overtures of Repub- ductor, but apojoglzlng for not havPrincipal Objections Made Gutter Sheet of the A. P. ing smaller change. An and Senate of a democratic country. Bishop of Lourdes and 28 and Delican Macliino told the writer that there were C. B. of tho C. V. Attacks Jews For ReHgIou9 Thereto. Roman Catholics .belong to and vote Tarbes. many and firemen who clares War. in all political parties? You know Liberality, would take the jobs of these strikers FINE JUBILEE GIFT. they do. Listen to facts, not as the "yap" conductors and motor-me- n envenomed fabrications conceived in quit good jobs to take theirs As a the appreciation or brain cells the verminous Ills Statement Docs Not Correspond members token ofcongregation have Tho Work Done by tho Order of his came Keystone Police Plays Role of Wru. when Smith was elected prostituted bigotry. Whence ror tne services no has renuered Add another score to the long list With Facts in Tills LourdcS Shnll Never Bo Writer Cites Tart of Catholics and the most titanic conspiracy against during tho twenty-fiv- e years ho has S. Hart and No Report is of Keystone police who have esForgotten. Case. human freedom ever hatched on this Jews in Recent "World pastor of St. Augustine's been sayed to play the role of Wm. S. Made. planet? Came it not from Germany, church at Lebanon, the congregation Hart in gun plays. One of the Wide War. from tho birthplace ana nomo or presented the Very Rev. Father J. First district Keystonors became from the Luther's Reformation, A. .Kncarfv wIMi n nnrfm nnntnlnlnf gloriously soused Saturday night womb of Lutheran Protestantism? IS AN APPEAL TO PREJUDICE $2,500. $100 for each voar he -has "IS WISH TO VISIT AMERICA. and started a little race riot of his . . ' And who killed this monster stalk- HOLDUP THAT BEATS BOXING. own in the alley back of Preston been pastor of tho church. Father THE JUNIOR ORDER'S JOURNAL. ing from the birthplace of ProtestHogarty had returned only a few and Market. His partner took away antism? Was It not the army of the hours before from a five weeks' vathe cartridges from his revolver and U. S. A.. 40 per cent. Roman A human 'bridge between Lourdes and the In an Associated Press dispatch cation oiiinr(iia 4 gift came as a com- left him, to havo fun with his empty navy of the U. S. Yilftta r litm Catholic, and tho is a novel America I The gun. But the partner reckoned with- dated July 29 and printed in the .."" In nraennf. and yot as ono comesIdea think about following is taken from that A., 30 per cent. Roman Catholic? You are .going to havo a hard out his host, as the Keystouer carThe ing the purse Attorney C. one, to St. Louis Senator Boldrlck informed tho Charles lively little publication, Jim Jam But we are so blinded, so bigoted, time convincing Chesley Searcy, ried an extra supply of cartridges Jubilarlan it not so strange after all. It of hate Chairman of the Jems, which goes after the (Menace, so eaten by tho corrosion poison or paign Committee, Republican isCam- for emergencies, and loading his gun Hoke Smith, of Georgia, father of that It was the wish of the donors originated with iho Right Rev. Mon- any full to correspondend with his own the Smith Educational Bill "for tho that he use the money in taking a signor Schoepfer, Bishop of Lourdes of so prostituted by the that there tho A. P. A.'s mud gutter organ, propaganda as to charge this awful truth in tho eld adage of "every He also Informed upon the a Department of Educa- trip to Rome. and which is also a favorite with holocaust the most titanic wnicn dark cloud has a silver lining," as full load he chfised .negroes up and creation of and for other purposes," Father Hogarty that the matter had and Tarbes, Knights occasion of the first official of Columbus n tion down the alleys, keeping up a tho Junior Order boys, one of the ever ravaged and Tavished the planet there Is one peislstent dark cloud takes issue with some of his critics. been laid 'before Bishop O'Donaghue pilgrimage to Lourdes recently. That barage to Protestantism? You know wo that has been hanging over tho Re- Negroes that of bullets all the time. According to the statement beforo and that he had said that a leave ja what the Knights of Columbus Keystone police Sergeants in this had been limping for of absence would be granted so that have been during the past two years city acting as "an agent for the aro not. But we do say that mil publican party in Kentucky for tho years with "rheumatlz" sped through us Senator Smith said: made. The the of American Roman Catholics past and the tho alleys leaving their crutches and several months a iuman bridgo between the buzzard organ. The article is headed lions "The claim that the bill takes Rev. trip abroad could be in replying crossed seas to throttle thugocracy prospect of dispelling this omen of canes behind, and negroes went away the right of parents to educate Father Hogarty soldier and ,tho civilian; between the "Menace is Right." Germany. And we gloom is growing less every day. through said that he appreciated the gift carnage and tho grlmo of war and Spawned by the envenomed .brain from Protestant windows down their children is false. The bill can a symbol of tho chimneys so rapid thatand would only be considered an assault upon1",, SfA,, cells of bigoted hate and 'written by do say, and we stand ready to prove, Tho dark cloud Is vote, '? the reaturo comforts that one one States .H"0 he was not prepared soclateg wlth hom and vomB. b. which since think It was a rehearsal of that hv those who onnose nuhllc the empoisoned pen of religious In- that from tho time tho United family colored Republican say time immemorial has been cast as old newspaper of America emerged into the tolerance a pantomime play, Hanlon's schools and by those who believe he twsn tne doughboy and mother or d ?X thJ "named The (Menace Infests this land of nations to this instant American a unit with the G. O. P., receiving "Superba." JJL'iBf-- r ? matter wlfe r sweetheart. Through it all One flying athlete said Ignorance on the part of tho masses .wu Catholics the K. of C. Secretary has had scant from Aurora, Missouri. And Menace Roman freely as have spent freely scant courtesy for tho favor and he heard a .bullet twice, once when increases religious faith. The'uld ,V?n as their Protestant never considered when the political It passed own upon ft Is right. It is a menace to true once when he charge is really an loll h 'Opportun"y t0 consult ll,s went brethren of their blood and of their pie was handed out. But the worm passed the him and One old negro public education. I can attack Americanism, to true religious free- treasure not believe bullet. A wishes or inclinations. He Just unsullied has turned. And the candidacy of to preserve u where Jie was sent' a3 dld the "wJnkg dom and to the basic ideals upon while he that the real leaders of the Catholic a on' his ,JS T,iv) Had U Its political freedom and religious free- William Warley, the colored editor,' which rest this Government. ,.). , membeTa of his conCTera- - soldlers whom he Berved' Church or the rank and file of Its dom in this land! for Representative In his district. chlef Petty.a presa bureau an4 tho members in the United States aro ffncnati2S;nW?h? particular monomania Is a virulent Presenting . oounte1 for nothlng. The time came. which Is 75 per cent, colored and Board Qt g hatred of Roman Catholicism. And have made no 8tate onnosed to mibllc schools or to an icepumican or course, mams me ment of the ,mnaM or the soused opportunity being given every child 2 THE Y. M. O. A. COG. when the organization and under this cloak as a guise it seeks nlversaty gift. The money was hover, M , hd hreathlntr snap turning (point. The primary, as cop, but what a difference In the th , d, to assassinate character, to blacken .,S,nB an educat,on at publlc. Quickly ralsri. Is the Young Men's Christian As- everyone knows, put anything to case of Officers Rawley and Broyles, In which to take stock and to plan reputations and even to malign the for needed rest before sailing for the honored dead. Hopeless Ignorance sociation, an organization that has shame ever pulled off In that line, who were trailed by Lieut. Maas Needless to say, tho Senator's reuiusAxia hk home land. So it came about that and besotted intolerance are its solo heretofore enjoyed the general con- the best efforts of Tammany, of New and Sergeant Owens at midnight ply to his critics is tinged with an and "Hlnky Dink," of and reported for gplng into the of- appeal to prejudice rather than to stock in trade. fidence and esteem of the whole York, b, .:', residing In the secretaries leaving Paris ST" special Catholic pe-- io by A Protestant reader ashamed of American people, about to be sub- Chicago, being tame in comparison fice of a bat factory. Awful crime fact. He claims that tho opposition and dragout wasn't it? Owens, one of the sleuth directed against his bill is based on tra,n' bound for this evangelical vulture asks us to sidized in the interests of British with tho knock-dow- n nXtmvn road who for To no 6D(t ,n brand the unclean bird for this propaganda in the United States? methods of tho Republican machine trailers, obtained his police ex religious sentiment and on antagon- - 2lf a century or more have ueen EurP' save Rome itself, does Catholic instinct more recent regurgitation of its venom This query ibecomes pertinent in the to defeat Warley. The entire city perience as a conductor on the Ism to public education Such a ; was lOIUlUUa IU1UUU. BlJCCl. iiHA . The dis- - ' statement may sound well in the ni liUC 8Urdy tura than io the qu,et 1Ittte light of the fact that the National and county administration which wo herewith print: to charged patrolmen refused to put course of a senatorial speech, but it In the Thent ward dty ln tho frultful valley of the "The first victim of tho Jesuit War Council of the association has mobilized o"lton2hu1 & "1UI,3U . the home of ; B'3a?,&PgnhtUofhan "" up campaign assessments to beat'does not correspond to fact. For.. !lr drive for a million dollars in San recently issued and promulgated a TC , .: a"u'"V rene.e3i pamphlet entitled wicy Jen iiu aiuuu uuiumcu iu aicui Warley, but this was not included In the first place, tho authors of the" Francisco is no less a person than thirteen-pag- e (ri.a ernaaeite csouoirous, lavorea or me n sh he Jesse Warren tLillenthal, President "Some of the Facts About the Brit- the election ana drivo warley e sup- - In the report given out by Mr. opposition to ine amim bill are not ?a iin abode.?1 site LU4U L were porters away from the polls. War- Burlingame, the board Chairman, opposed to public education, i. o., to of the United Railroads, lawyer and ish," the details of which J me uien- - 0ur Lady' --whoso 8Ptlesa urlty lB , h - nn " mnn ..vi- - consisting or two acres ollv i11tj , given In last week's Issue, which is ley has contested the election and formerly of Joffersonville. i. j it -banker. Lillenthal was star per-' cuucauuu uiayuiioeu iu mo yuuuu "y tract ifnm lerlv the home ' rlso about former at the banquet spread by a virtual endorsement of the state- tho contest is being widely discussed One anoro little- illustration of re- - schools of city, county and State; ! mountains that whose praises7"""her by Gen. Douglas by everyone except Bingham form and the nWiciency tho nave Papists to inaugurate the great beg- ment recently made J shrine; Lourdes, XZZX: of Col. in the second place, some of -- Last Fri- - and. opponents have, submitted- - to England that won press and. tho Men's Federation, ging campaign in behalf of the Hals that it was "tei!ary" S118 ad Petty's Keystoae 'police. the stens for the b,ecn foe readily UnderEspeclally-Bllen- t are the "Reform" day night the near Mayor, the Senator Smith and to his fellow- - SSzaton contemporary art; by Pope's Ignatius College. Ho tho war. It can , ul ohf.rXwafdiscussed ? is said to have .been a master of stood why the British military com- boys of the Men's Federation, who Shelbyvllle Chief, the Joffersonville Senators as well as to tho members S'f?)1.1.? Lurles, where sceptics have come him- were so strong for civil decency oratory which he used on that oc- mander should have permitted sco" and whence they have gone Chairman, all had something to say of the House of Representatives a member- hedged pray, casion to glorify Romanism, and self to bo deluded into making such when Democrats and Democratic ad- about the proposed boxing bout an - ' number of valid reasons for their seven 1 con- - back toathe world to but feU u suDoort and declara- ministrations were on trial, and they nounced and which reached its climax with utter- an for the Athletic Club, Fifth opposition, the bulk of which have Sl?.,, l.Not Liberty .bonds were th,s- tho man Present ance of the following: 'At this tion, and though it got the goat of refuse to take notice of Warley's and Zane, and Capt. Cunningham nothing to do with religious con- P106.,.80 ?eIrhap! a8the the other timo of unrest and discord apparent Americans and perhaps of British charges, which he makes in his (in his splc span uniform) and an victlon? annJ, them ji0g0 ?1D'y000 by paTty ,cd the shrine at a time while all are free from Miss when ana allies to hear this bit paper. Warley states that the city array of Keystone cops were present hostility to public education. If The throughout the world I can think of fPllSrtaaSe3 were ioY' h. was a e nearest atmosphere was that of a great is protecting crap to see that no horrible crime like a senator Smith will not consider Z"? no organization better prepared to swagger and bombast, there egotism administration of the disposition to condone the games and other gamblers and tho boxing bout should be permitted, these arguments but prefers to ap- serve humanity than the Roman Haig best Edward's at Jet- - church, not at a function, with kneeling worshippers, Catholic Church.' And with that he and narrowness of Gen. his service followers of the protected places even if the Government approves penl to prejudice tho more's tho ?w churdh dlatance at seven thousands of lnUmate aloofness of cause of the record of prim- of them. Well it was stopped, but pity were used as repeaters in the fell to the floor dead." ,rf but ,n the. for his position and the more in'the of the new Bilence. a silence unbroken save by on the field. But what can be said ary to defeat him. In his communi- at Jesse W. Lillenthal was an orthothe door of the same club house apparent the weakness of his cause. Y. cation addressed to Judgo Robinson, the vory next night a man was held j Before the Senator again essays ""h afeXan and chicken din- dox Jew. The official records of in extenuation of the American r, whte?rd beaAS M. C. A. in making Its organization Oominonivoaltli's be Attorney and tho up and robbed, and there was not to indulge in playing to the gallery ""T-1tho War and Navy Departments a vehicle for tho dissemination of the anX payer, n wh.ero ntuaTy. Gone MSht of E " -- ere Men's Federation, Warley says there a Keystoner within a mile to stop let him read and answer the argu- show that more than 200,000 Jews shon0 preposterous th. mill largely from enlistments served the outlandish and people of the nre gambling games at 018 West tho holdup. The viotim was a pop- - ments submitted to him and his col- - Y!n. a a"fout0ad Fern Creek. memorles of tense days at tho front, proposition among the will Walnut, Eleventh and Chestnut, ular music leader on Ms way (home leagues in the pamphlet entitled: 'wounded: In the army and navy during the anJreshments The Bon thotht 7l0,ur? wlth thethe nights United States, and that too with the ,n gone hospital. war. This is 5 per cent, of the aid of moneys collected for the War Eleventh nnd Cedar, Tenth and from tho K. of C. club house, and p0r the Freedom of Education." miCe . omnosed of spent Chestnut, Ninth and Madison, Tenth along ho strolled whistling "It's Let him read and answer tho fol- - "" ttered snatches total in service, but the Jewish . lAUieaurouK., and Cedar, Ninth and Liberty, Mnnnllirh-- !n Tilvle V Hfi fnnp war i ,1 population numbers but 3 per cent. Chest Fund? InBteai tnerfl wag the calm t nrnloof onlnnt George J. McKenna ana Artnur Mai- - that comes with bivouac, the relaxa- Magazine, be- Interrupted by two big burly negroes 'hls bill drawn up by the Chairman "a Thirteenth and Cedar, In this land, hence they exceeded ELKS TAKE CITY. tween Twelfth and Thirteenth, Han- who with a gun and hlnelrlnrlr made 0f tho Legislative Committee of the ringiy. Hon of the battle fWOn. their quota by 60 por cent. So much Certainly there were the usual for the Jewish race In the war. Now greater part of tho week cock nnd Marshall and First and him shell out. Our musician coughed Catholic Union of Missouri. This For the "SOCIAL crisis; Surely this Is definite up $8 and was allowed to keep his nrntent nskn for the defeat of the as to Jesse W. Lillenthal "choked to Louisville has been in possession of Green. exoiclse3 of a pilgrimage. The rosary at the Holy death," as the Menace scurrllously the Elks, who opened a largely evidence for Dr. M. P. Hunt, who watch, as th burglars safd on smith (and tho Towner) bill. jielena'a Circle Kn'shts said the ot put it, while pleading the cause of attended and successful State con used to go slumming under Demo- second thought they couldn't use it their arrival the Senator has found time held at tho Grotto the evening of to confession, a religious rival. For San Francis- vention with a big initiation ana cratic reign, and Messrs. Johnson, in a crap game and would not be t0 digest and, if possible, to fairly d aft,erward8 wen1; " cans and for Californians of any memorial service at the home of Chandler, Gernert, Meddis, Lock-har- t, able to get tick on it. Then away meet these contentions, let him dis- Tsoclal Crisis?'' Th following morning, by special Bruce and the others who are they strolled, humming "The End of provo the weighty' arguments con- - p.e8e race or sect the memory of Jesse Louisville Lodge on Tuesday. The prlv"e6e' .Je'Sst ructton by the Orotto andmass was said at the holy communion W. Lillenthal needs no defense at nnlnra nf thfl Tl. P. O.- E wereweu on record as being advocates for a Perfect Day," wh e our mus clan talned In the pamphlet: L "'Reason- - T.b la ia . iwvw decency, lair elections," etc. ' displayed our hands ne was one or tne most t0 the other way whistling sadly J0" 0mriPlB8 and there were many civil rebellion of the colored voters talts of State Activity." writ- The brilliant gems in tho cluster of lnpini ,ft entertainment functions. "How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down ten by His Eminence Cardinal Donnelly Katherlne Ethel chaplain, Rev. Father HawUnson. American Jewry. No petty racial or also automobile rides and a river has not only added to the worries ou mo tarn w iieu I'jiey vau uui. uu Q'Connell, willcn strongly oppose 1? Boecl Z, V""CT Anna May Columbus chaplaln.Father "jb" JiTO,e" religious palings restricted his out excursion. Among the active dele of Ches Searcy, but "Howdy Ed" the Police Force Here." Chevalier, thnt verv centralization which the uoirey auu now and the three resident secretaries, break. No religious hatreds poisoned gates were Hon. George B. OJarrett, Morrow, Boss Hert and all of the Muu. " ir his deeds or embittered his tongue, Herman V. Conn, Fred Fcdler, rest are at their wit's end in AndrftSttSnator ta. sought Jg Tboniaa' YOUNG iMEN'S UNION. to heal the breach. The Hert- He could see and honor good in all Touisvillo: 'Maurice L. Galvln, P. , i? "J " C.. ZLt'l ton, spared no pains to make the a..10u..-in find r. Bn.tiHfap.torv answer to campaign committee attemptPngrtaage a success. religions, in all sects and In all The fnrtv-flftnnnnnl convention hese welMounded charges, ho Is Carroll, Francis Hanlon, Judge Searcy heal Warley's wounds with a ranc,IS TT-'Hthe visitors Saturday afternoon creeds. No bigoted bandage blinded "ll. Covington; J. J. ed to am," from the camnalen nf the Ynnnr Afen-- National Union ' mlnnn r nrnvo hnt hi. hill i. T his eyes and no clouds of Intolerance ;Kernan j. P. DoUm, Frankfort; "mnnov e Vanderbllt Ho - not.favor centralization ofpower Voted to award I!1" bheld at was darkened his mind. As he made, he w p sheridan, Hopklnsvllle; Frank fund, sending him an advertising io,, ow nii uujr, uu oamiuuj ln the hands of tho Federal Govern- - ; business course in St, Helena's Rev. Bishop, who has done so much gave. Several years ago ho divided Mccarthy, Maysvlllo; Edward contract for $500 to boost Morrow ana Sunday, August ho holy cause of i ana 24. ment, and that it is not derogatory tho member of one of Lun,V' nco. estate between his wife and.,' ,, Pat nriilv. w. G. and "his wrongs of 1915" from now This meetine will be ODen to the'to tho rights of the individual ' election, but renresentatlvGa of all Catholic clubs thethree orphanages charities. At his death his estate FIsn'er and T, B, Keegan, Paducah, until the November 7L,Z; throughout the Catholic world. His .. n a difficult task. Warley sent tho sop back, saying in tho United States, whether .. they V;: - mi. win Tnthnritv as Pnesi i average nuau "iu'""u" . Lordship greeted the men individual- -- 7;V wia aiuau uuu uio 'win to buu uvbl n rr j irn ,rt tiniii iuv lux o u uiuimwu "nothing (lidding" nnd served notice are affiliated with the National Henry Litchfield West, author of, ly. gave them his blessing, and evidence of his widespread charities. ". Out of twelve benefactions but three spoke .briefly but touchlngly of their that it is war to tho knifo between Union or not. The purpose of the "Federal Power, Its Growth and only wore for Jewish Ills followers and tho Morrow ticket. meeting is io discuss a common pro- Nflpssltv." former Commissioner ol HF?,n mission. "I look forward," said he, t Warley contends and contends logic- gramme that will enable Catholic organizations and .' of "to the Knights of Columbus in this tho District or uoiumoia, an earnest ally in his paper when ho says that clubs to grapple with the very many advocate of an Increase of Federal pilgrimage as constituting a human. them nine In number were for he and his followers do not hopo to problems of reconstruction follow- power, notes that tho desire is ' other organizations. bridge between Lourdes ana Amer) have the old tlmo darkey vote ing the war. No credential blank strong to control federally the eduica, over which shall pass many who For the editor of the iMenace, against the Republican log cabin, as will Ibe necessary, but representaathrob and aburst with empoisoned come here for strength and for heal youth of tho country. ; i this class feels Indebted to Abe tives should (forward their names to cation of the publlshod In 1918 and intolerance, to seek to blacken the ing. The work done by your ogranl- i JfBr Lincoln for emancipation, but the Secretary Thomas J. Thornton, 1505 in his book, 'memory of Jesse W. Lillenthal is zatlon here In Lourdes shall never Rooseby Theodore young colored man coming up feels Arch (street, Philadelphia, that re- recommended exceedingly creditable as hopeless a task as for a feeble be forgotten. It is my dear wish velt as "an pismire to seek to blacken the Godto visit America ln person, and it that his race nas more xnan eveneu servations may be made for them. pece of work," West points specifvotes havo up that score, and their dess of Liberty. Jesse W. Lillenremains for you to return and carry ically to the proposed federalization f been the balance of power in electthal, an orthodox Jew, sought with on there the lay apostolate begun ADDRESS TO KNIGHTS. of education. Ho says: "The end ing many a Republican to.offlce, no his last breath to aid the cause of bo nobly by you hero ln France," of federalization Is not yet. It is matter how Inferior tne canamate. iNext Wednesday night at the practically certain, 'education for a religious rival Later at the Grotto the pilgrims Bffi9BK"','lan,'Mjig l"J for example, that The better class of colored people, Knights of Columbus Hall, Fourth and upon his memory this unclean were received by His Eminence next ten years the Bureau not only in Louisville but through- street, E. A. Jonas, editor of the within the vulture, the Menace, seeks to spew 9BH ISHh . iHvb.t Cardinal Amette, of Paris, a guest now a modest attachout Kentucky, will Tebuko Morrow Louisville Herald, will deliver an of Education, Department of the Inits filth. We ask you readers of at Lourdes at that time. or the His ment any sect, of any religion, of any and the G. O. P. in November, and address well worth hearing. As a tangible token of gratitude size. There poor old "Howdy Ed's" chances to subject will be 'IThe First Roman terior, will reach colossal race, of any creej'.' did over embitfor favors received at Lourdes the The Knights Is in Congress a growing belief that be Governor are going fast. Boss Cathollo Justice." tered pen driven by the hand of inmembers of the party igaye into " the should greet him with a large audi- the dispensing of education in Hert's big campaign barrel, tolerant hate attempt a more dasFather Rawlinson'e hands before bushwhacking of tho Bingham press ence, At the following meeting Ma- wholesale fashion Is a government tardly assassination of the memory their departure the sum of 700 and Ches Searcy's strenuous efforts jor Forrest Braden will talk on duty, without regard to the efforts of the honored dead? francs, a voluntary offering towards put forth, or the facilities provided naught, and even "Morale." are air going for St. Ignatius College of San Frana balance of 1000 francs remainby the States . . ." the little piker touts who wanted to cisco needs no defense at our hands. ing to be collected for a statue of LEADERS, Thus West, himself an advocate ago are CONSULT LABOR bet on Morrow two weeks Unendowed, it has for many years Jeanne d' Arc, to be placed before of federalization, confirms the argunow among the missing. won its way. 'Methodists, Baptists the Basilica, the gift of members of as to the fact of the tendency ffSffirrJ t ttliifliHiiHiilllV The Knights of Columbus have ment and To add to all of the mlse-iand and Presbyterians are seeking the A. E. F. Funds have already and with labor leaders failures of near Mayor Smith and consulted nffantlnn. llvilnnlvnd in all towards centralization ngnts.towards from all sources, too hundreds of been Taised for a companion statue, tradofl the ignoring of State maftami bis misfit administration, now comes f given by army chaplains. fljj-HHlmillions of dollars. Can't the Roman disproved of has the street car strike, ana the city and thev have received nromlsesand' if after the Senatorarguments Catholics of San Francisco ask for or disqualified the officials should have no trouble in the most cordial a paltry million without being SEVENTH INITIATION. vti advice ln the industrial, vanced above he Is still able to argue running cars if they decide to do so, spewed upon by the virulent venom as the police department, which the courses that wHI be Included ln their his case, let him get down to brass Menaoe? Are the of the The Knights of Columbus are bill Post says Is 50 per cent, efficient, educational campaign, destined to tacks and state exactly what his only hustling in a final effort that every dollars of generosity and of phllan-trop- y It is 75 per cent, membership make lor improvement in tne ioi or proposes to acompllsh. has also a member may bring ln at least one jjMb . in this land to be labeled and v' fair that he should name the of "yap" motormen and conductors. all taking advantage of it. candidate for initiation on Septemnailed down by envenomed sectarian Individual States in the Union which Sergeants ber 28, when the next initiation ism? And If so, and if dollars of nwiWAV Awn .itrAwnrvn tarcj Captains, Lieutenants, nAcn.nAvnr . to Insult by he aims xi un fboth traffic sergeants), Corporals fyAT. on NAVY SHIP takes place, whWh it is hoped Jews and of Roman CathoMos should "Juu'.u mt,a twenty-th- y land nearly all of the police were nrtum Aiatlnn of JTAderal Government to do for them .SHOVELS To William Ballantyne, the biggest of the year, at the fee so withheld which, thank' God, A gob Just turned millionaire, oloee of the second term of Col. never, have been -.- any chart- - two years old goes the distinction recruited from the "stlcKs" or the United 8ttes aad Canada, which what they should be doing but fail - ,to do ln the field of education. If ,E. L. Perkins, coal stoker on U S. S. Thomas D. dines, Grand Knight, flrrt stowaway on a street ear platfonms, and the Louis- was to have met in Cincinnati Au ties and much education would of being the airship. gust zs and 28, has, postponed its New York is fulfilling He duty, let Imperator. A 6,000 barrel oil well wfeo ie also head of the K. C. SecBill stowed ville public will watch with latere stumble, halt and fall. To label . .w, . . away on the 4 the big airship how the Keystone police will act NeunY w jji- i- tmvo. v in " i retaries at Camp Taylor. This will uuwiwuu iiw vi n aoa ,, uuu , v. dollars iu the eeetartaa mint wnere ln Scotland bound for toward their former associate. nouaeed br President Hart, of tne not oome m ror tne jiuraensmany-- , rerinn-- mone h ?su,uvu nam be the seventh Initiation daring the " Roman Oatholloe tuet, wal never dose, would nd AaerMt. that aouree. year. bleulns of Mr Smith's Reeentiy a lifelong Republican who Cincinnati CathoUc Telecranh. J s faT too MENACE the ceaseless flow REEORM lives on HOKE SMITH K. OF C Key-ston- er J I ten-doll- ar Sft?$S?& "-- v I v i Post-Dispat- ch ,.!. """"" I one-ma- .... ed . I " I ! iPvf!.' J5Vi?ontt JXn C ?Xn ?& Zr , J "" .!! iA3l "" ?.. ni. -- SKJSK J?10?! "" L". . ,i A Lurd' v' - ir.j SS, Id W ,V mil0o; S nr - jEShio j eS tfohe i f - 5l on?Snas . I I tnt5 "n5 g' 2??n, die-we- nt . T J Srf iffi w kTSf r8ldt try-ln- r r. j S she, h' I I jo eVn n-- 1"v"i xwrt. Bo-h- ls - I i c.r" 9 I one-four- th three-fourt- hs - i II ' P2r P'v-!- BW4 iX' ,W j & Pia tlfrJlr . - KK la yBRS ' es I ' well-nam- ed jCjL R-3- r-fn- HR? ter-ma- trans-Atlant- ic s '4n l , kC&j&TTJOBnr xri&ue? js.jmc&xzjloa2 KENTUCKY IRISH nMtd flMERIGm o! coynsa events. of St. Paul's church, on Fenz's lawn, opposite church grounds. August 26 Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H euchre and lawn party, at Hibernian Homo, Eighteenth and 28-29-- August 18 Lawn fete and social INtD PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. to the Sodal and Mor.l Advicement Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Irish Americans inrf CthoHc rwer &vzy GAUGING CONCERTS iBEST VWDCVIlie TVKS PA1ZY SWJMMWG POOL fJHST2eMU0ftMntj luru ft tee rrrM mvMLMytrcicjn EVERY IVKY "S v IHC H1KN TMr&TlfrPUL, RESTAVftAHT znftfutoswrAzr K IVXE EVERY NlGHT MEN TRY US $1.25 ONE-PIECE SUITS SUITS THREE-PIEC- E Portland. Lawn fete of August CtNTUCKY St. Louis TJertrand's church, on lawn YEAR, S1NOLECOPY 5c of Uertraml Hall. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER IRISH AMERICAN PHINTIrJO CO., entered at th Loultvllle Potlolflce KENTUCKY' IRISH --4 Steond-Cla- InearpwuJ. Publishers I " MtVSttEHT CEHTEFr L $1.50 INCORPORATED WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN TDK CITT. ? J n Matter. 319-32- Mrtt ill Commwilettloni to th AMERICAN, 1 Weil Green St. j inclalr. .Mrs, N. I. BANKO?, m(ieM tod Uttaitt. P. IANN0N, ., Vlci Pns. aid Treu. SOCIETY. I Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. HARRY B. DRIVER, President. KK-j''(WaS- 2 COUNCIl. WXXXXXXKXKrWlXXKKXXXXX Mr. and Mrs. Mat Dleemel have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerome IP. BANNON PIPE Sewer and Calvert Pipe, CO.!; i Both Phones 2635. Inter-Southe- rn .421 W. Chestnut St. ...SATURDAY, AUGSUT AMERICA FIRST. Baanea's Pateat LliieA Pise for Steam Condaits, 16, 1919 r 50 In box righteousness provokes its ridicule, lOo Piedmonts for 25c American Special, 6o been awaiting anxiously the $2.00 2.00 16c Kremer's Special, 5c 20c riedmonta come of negotiations between the , She is tho most hated nation on 2.00 Uncle Mike, 6o 9c, 3 for 25o 10c Chesterfields 2.00 Snort Horn, oc Street Railway Company and Its the face of the earth because of 16c Donkey, 6o 20c Chesterfields 2.00 wnployes. Our experience with the her Injustice to the weak peoples 2.00 9c, 3 for 25c Surprise, 6c lOo Favorites 2.00 , 16o Bob White, 6o 20c Favorites street car strikes of the past was whom she la trying to control by 2.66 16c Pat Carroll, 60 20c Camels Her wily diplomats 2.65 20c Lucky Strikes 16c Dan'l Boone, 6c not such as to make us desire a sheer force. 2.65 14c; 2 for 25c Kremer's Extra, 6c lEo London Life repetition of the dose. And if neccs- - know this and ihence their eagerness 2.65 18c Nebo 16c Gibson Ctrl, 60 2.75 16c Mecca ,....14c, 2 for 25o Palma Villa, 6c sary strong measures should bo to bind the great powers to her 15o Old Virginia Cheroots, ...9c, 3 for 25o 20c Fatlraa 14c, 2 for 26c taken to prevent It. We believe the chariot wheels through means of a 16c Helmar PACKAGE TOBACCO Troph,e3 ""C( 2 for 5S Dukes Mixture "XoS Mosul811 7c. 4 for 25c Street Railway Company is entitled League of Nations, a league that liS u- s- Marine Cut Plug . ,9c, 3 for 25c 0c Murads to a fare and wage scale that will would make the great nations 9c, 3 for 25c Brothers "0c Windsor Fags 16c Flve Hillside 9c. 3 for 25c old not compel It to operate at a loss. responsible for the Eocure enjoy10c Axton Nat. Leaf ...,9c, 3 for 25c TWIST 14c. 2 for 25o 16c Tuxedo (cans) But is also must be fair to its em- ment of her iun just gains. The plain 14c' 2 for H George Orady, of Indianapolis, Monday morning the funeral of SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY 10c Allen County ......90, 3 for 25o g$0 (cans) ployes if it expects the public to people of the world distrust and has returned to his .homo after a Joseph Mayer was held St 10c Shepherd " CIOAHS 9c, 3 for 25c INCORPORATED hare any sympathy with its claims. hate England and willnot shed a visit with his uncle, J. T. Grady, Brlgid's church, John G.from Hagcr, 10c Railroad 9c, 3 for 25c niM Cltcsjnut. Fourth Box of'GQ We are passing through a crisis, tear If fihe conspiracy of cowardice and Mrs. Grady at Eastwood. 10c War Hawk Brooks Denhard, George Elchorn, 9c. 3 for 25c Chesterfield. 10c. 3 for 25c, or ..J4.15 9c. 3 for 25c Quail, 10c, 3 for 26c, or el Bud at the pre- miscalled the League of Nations be JOO George Glmbel, johu F. Oertel and financial and industrial, J4.15 9c, 3 for 25c Key West, 10c. 3 for 25c. or ....J4.15 Tribune Miss Nell Stone returned Saturday Tony Volz being the pallbearers. sent time. There should bo mutual defeated. 10c Booster ..... 9c, 3 for 26c Optimist, 10c, 3 for 26c, or $4.16 from a week's visit to Brandenburg, For over thirty years tho deceased 10c Bourbon County 9c, 3 for 25o Don MInard, 10c, 3 for 25?, or.'..?4.1S forbparance and a readiness to bear accompanied by Miss Marian McGco, had been In the candy .business and CHEAPEST TOBACCO STORES IS THE CITT. WATCH US OROW HIGII COST. wbo was her guest for several days. his life was exemplary In every with conditions that are not such AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E way. TOBACCO STORE He Is survived by two as we would like. We say tills for Miss Katheryn McLaughlin, 212 daughters, In an effort to reduce the Increas'Misses Emma H, and Ho. 1 S. W. Cor. Preston & Jefferson must No. 2 XT. W. Cor. Preston & liberty the 'benefit of the men who Market street, New Albany, U Gertrude Jlayer, and a sister, tMlss cost of living Department of West P. J. KBEMEB & CO. realize that tho public has .much to ing spending a few weeks at Capo May, Justice agents In all paTts of the Now York, and other points in the Emma Mayer. suffer from a street car railway country have been Instructed to re- East. vBBBBcMaVm' Mai ,Lv I Tuesday morning death released strike. port all violations of the Lever food MargaThe Street Railway Company has 'control GOOD Mrs. J. J. from earthly suffering Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. act "and to ferret out all Treanor J. Cher daughter. Miss Do- ret Blr, widow of Sylvoster Bir, at and had a lean time of It for the past to her home, 1008 East Market street. year or o. But It has had many hoarders and profiteers in foodstuffs.- rothy Treanor, have returned two She was seventy-tw- o If You Want the Beat We Have It. years old and "THE PILL THAT WILL' PUT KJf DSLV jTh,s anouncoment by Attorney Gen- their homes after spending had undergone a long illness, Airs. fat years in the past. And better HENRY C. HCRR LQUISVIULC, KVL wu. weeks In tho North. rMm,i..-.w- a Blr Is survived by three sons, Louis years will come in the future u rpv thn President Wilson, was the first In- - Mrs. Mary Conlon and son, Lieut. George P. and William C. Blr, and i ... INCORPORATED CUU k 4V. JJVir,mvi tn tuvvu. vw tho a daughter, Mrs. Frank E. Day, all Buffalo, N. They work like a charm. prosperity of the city. The Street dlcatlon of the plan to be pursued Conlon. ofofMrs. Conlon's Y., aro Mrs., of iwhom live In New Albany. Mrs. . BROOK AND A STS. guests sister, Railway Company and its employes by the Government in relief from T. is. juictjaDe, Liieui. ;onion uas Blr was a devout member of Holy Every box sold to satisfy high prices. Prosecutions will be Trinity church, from where tho or your money refunded. JusL returned ifrom France. should be able to apportion that so funeral took place Thursday mornmip fmm tho tn. ordered in all cases of hoarding, f ,Q t, For Rent, Sale or Capt. William P. Hammond, now ing. profiteering and other unfair pracy For&Sale by Your Druggist convenience of a strike. The Public Exchange. stationed at Camp Gordon, will Bimlable undei the act. Btft a right to expect that and it, packages. The Sacred Heart parish was sadin home th fJrgt or thfl wwk to Will prosecutions bring relief? Thfet tiDn S5.85 AND UP ...I1T .nnn frcrttr, wvww .. w ,M UWW a.vj.jjai-- thnoo orTm tha - (, waw HA v.w - .w.w nrpdHlntr dened Thursday morning when it afcwa I became known that Miss Mary on Wednesday at Fairfield. bring a strike upon tho city. Gentle-- . ,s ino lies"011 Manion, sister of Luke Manion, 1719 men, this is a time for sanity and INCORPORATED Mr. and Mis. JoseDh Hodes an- - West Broadway, had passed away at DAUGHTERS OF LSABELL.iA. forbearance. It is easy to begin a MEN'S BLACK OR TAN bounce the engagement of their St. Anthony's Hospital. She was a 333 W, Main Street Botk Plionea 135 meeting of daughter, Miss Antoinette Eiiza&eui young woman oi exemplary fight, but it is not so easy to end it. The regular by all who knew her, to Joseph Frank Hubbuch. acter, loved the members of Sister Mary Jean Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will be The wedding will take place In the and her death serves only to glvo WORST SERVICE KNOWN. another soul to heaven. Her funeral held next Tuesday evening at tho early fall. takes place jthis Saturday morning Aa the to. True Voice, we nave Knights of Columbus Hall. with the nt&NU,iin. Miss Florence O'Bryan left last from the Sacred Heart church, when h week to meet her sister, Miss Father Walsh will celebrate requiem more iaiui in mo uemauu i iiiu arg0 attendance is looked for. "7LTER smile is as young as The beaters Blanche O'Bryan, In Buffalo, and high mass. Before her Illness Miss they lookshoes are world stand the well and they railroad men that they ve represent ever because she's kept from there they will leave for a Manion was with the Henry Besten banys of service. Thy are designed MLTTARY MOONLTGIIT. ed on the directorate of the roads and built for service aad they reavteit. to the principal Eastern cities Company. her lovely teeth as sound and der that serrtoo. government than In their plan for Knights of and summer resorts. Council, Louisville white as they were twenty ownership. After a little more than Columbus, has ohartered the steamer ST. PAUL'S LAWN FETE. SPALDING SHOE CO. McGuire anMr. years ago " EIGHTEENTH AHD MAPLH b year and a half of government Bast St. 'Louis for a military moon- - nounceand Mrs. Thomas the engagement of their preparations have (been made Out of the District administration of the railways, nine- - ligbt excursion, to be given next daughter, Miss Maurlco McGuire, to byGreatlarge and energetic committee the Friday night, Tho boat will leave Capt. Oliver E. Gound, of El Paso, PEN EVENINGS Don't let your teeth grow . . ,ft ,rfoplc sharn tenths of our .iMm, aTe Praying. charge of St. Paul's parish lawn In Tex., now stationed at Washington, fete and social, scheduled for Mon;old. Lazell's Tooth Paste, for a return of the old order. We wlth alr wcather a pleasant river D. !C. The wedding will take place day night on Fenz's lawn, opposite faithfully used, will keep them are not prepared to say just what trip Is assured. TAKES LOUISVILLE BIUDE. Undoubtedly the event next month. the church. waat wrong with tho system. But healthy and strong. Contains one in the annals will be a banner PEOPLE FOR BLACK. The marriage of Miss Mildred Mrs. Annlo Otte, 1113 Bardetown of this united and flourishing parthe Government has already lost ipectc and chlorate of potash road, ie at Criohton, Ala., where she ish. Prizes galore iwlll bo awarded Cahlll and Lieut. Edward Wilson, more than a billion dollars through Col. P. H. Callahan spent the first will spend the remainder of the and there will also bo a valuable of Great Falls, Mont., waa solemnto help prevent pyorrhea. the experiment while giving the of the week In Washington on summer with hor brother, Rev. gate prize. Euchre will be played ized Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock worst of service that has been known private business, and while there Father Emmet B. Kennedy, and her in the afternoon and lotto at night, at St. Frances of Homo church, the 11 half a century. That experiment mingled A.with many prominent public mother, Mrs. M. Kennedy, a former and ifrom 5 to 8 an inviting dairy Rev. Father Itlley performing the press dispatcn says "voi. resident of Louisville. men. lunch will 'be served. Rev. Father ceremony. The bride wore a beautiwill do for a while. Hudioa Callahan reports tho outlook for the Donahoe, the pastor, is working ful wedding gown of white chiffon New Yo.1t success of the Democratic State Burkley and with his usual indefatigable energy mounted over white satin and A. Mrs. George ticket nominated in the recent daughter, Miss Josephine, were last for the success of the affair, to carried Mrs. Ward's roses. Miss WON'T PREVENT WARS. SOLD A.'JC primary to be Improving, and he week guesta of Mrs. Agnes Spald- which admission will be free. Eether Cahlll was her sister's maid of honor and her only attendant. military says It will be victorious In Novem ing at Bardstown, where they atProvision for universal ber." SISTER U&SY BDWARD. tended the centennial and dedicaThird aad Broadway. Fourth and Jefferson. She wore a shell pink organdie dress service, as suggested by Secretary tion of the soldiers' monument In St. and carried Klllarney roses. After SCnNOLL-SCnULTBaker, scarcely fits in with the claim Joseph's church grounds. Would Tomorrow morning at St. Mary's a reception at the home of the Know You By Your Teeth? church, Eight and Cedar, there will bride's parents in Orescent Court, thai the League of Nations will Charles F. Schulte and Mies Mary Fred H. KInnarney, son of Capt. be a high mass at 10 o'clock In Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left on a short jtnfclce future wars impossible, WV Wi 'KInnarney, who Louise Schnoll were married Tues- and Mrs. Utile faith in tie day morning by the Rev. Father has been Jas. the navy for sixteen honor of Sister Mary Edward, who wedding trip after which they will seem to have in Will celebrate her golden Jubilee as go to Great power .of the league ito prevent jrar Felten at St. Martin's church. After months, will receive his discharge a Sister of Loretto. Sister Mary their home. Falls, Mont., to make HHRBHRT JENKINS, Stc. nd Tru. W. G. RORK,PrUnI. when, we are preparing for it by tie ceremony a reception was held tblb week. Young KInnarney was Edward was a teacher In St. Mary a CARDINAL'S RECEPTION. coropeUtBg all youthB of nineteen to at the home of the bride on Caldwell oae of the navy's heroes, having school for nearly forty years and street for the relatives and doee fired she shot that sank a German is known to every memnor or tne CO. VULCANIZING erre at least three months inthe frlendsf Mr. and Mrs. Schulte left sul amarlne. parish. For these reasons the Former Governor Phillips Lee SecreINCORPORATED for Atlantic City for a week, after armqr. Ai that, we think the pastor and people asked to have the Goldaborough, who was appointed tary fit. Wnr has the correal estimate which they will visit In New York.. I' Th4 marrlaae of Mies Muriel D. celebration here, that they might Chairman of a committee ito receive VULCANIZING GUARANTE1 Washington and Niagara Falls b WeHendorft Bgrers and C. faithof the league. It will not prevent fore returning to LoulsvJUe, wli ve was solemnized Ernest urny (jross show their appreciationtoof her young Cardinal Mercier, of JBelgium, In at both ful service, .beneficial Baltimore, on Monday made known Offico and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh nnd Brondway it does they will make their home. war: ire anall be fortunate if church, Aueust 7, at 7 o'clock a. m. and old. It w4H be a unusua the plans for tho reception. The Louisville, Kentucky Homo Phone City 2511 Immediately after the ceremony the not draw us Into war. and will doubtless be largely committee Is composed of jnen of young couple left for a wedding trip attended. 3IERCIBR IN IRBLANn. all creeds and la headed by the to 8t. Louis and the West. After AOMIEVISMKNTS. highest officials in the State and that It Is honed and 4.li xpectd ..tail their return they wiH go to housecky. Two receptions wlJl be given BNTMtTAIN SOLDIERS. lr.t.M nAu..i junuim ittih i.AHii.. """ keeping at 808 Barret avenue. -- .. 41,- -' , towj -j w John Jv Flynn and daughters, to the Befeian primate. The Hrati ra ine wumivni wu.i.i(i. nrnhablv nn hki viv to reception at principal achievement of the K. of C. America. W he does he will receive New Haven was last week the Misses Marr and Angela Flynn, and Regiment will be held the the Fifth Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and night ot Armory on tawny othar the freedom of the city of DuUln Mecca for anany Loutertlle people, Miss Blanche Huffy, Miss Katherine ma iwriyai rn paoe .convention. But uauiiiwre, opa w tuo( decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace over and a warm swelcoms. His Emi- who Visited relatives and friends'. Olilisechlager and Mrs. Fred Wobbe public. Sorftn- -t matters were disposed of. On the following night nence has already (written to thank Among theqi were Misses Mary motored to Camp Knox Thursday of sides being addressed by Secretary the Irish sohqlars who are aasistlnf; Sherrard, Anna Cecil, Krnet iBeeler, last 'week, and delighted' with songs, another, Teceptlon wUl be givte hauled and cleaned. OJN.L.Y 5JL.UO. over- Cardinal Meroiar at tha iLyiiei O'Bryan, dances and of War Batter and Assistant Secre- - to restock the library of- Louvaln, Cthertn Kelly. Caroline Mesdamea seas holdlera impersonations the F, Theater by the people of Baltimore, of the BicMy-flrf- tt Kdeleo, Cecilia which of the Nary RooswreU nd Ad- - aa effort la Diocese the President of James and Bessie ehttdrea, Mamie A. Tbe party a pleasantly faff? At this reception Cardinal Mreier . Collage, and the Thurles " the ftMl, Mwsjf wuv4mmj muumi. Father will make an address aad eo wfU miml WllHatn 3. Beluon. tained at wuu 6tonwll Howard, John cnajwaift dinner by Col. Stnda and Cardinal Olbbosw. MAIN 2933 CITY 2181 MHO. ve officially coropiUnent- - the Xalfote of Coiumfcua. Edelea, Mr. and Mrs. Macfcln L5SWnt and John iH. ed for their work by French 'HI sons left Monday for n month's stay Commissioner .Marcel Knecht, and at Atlantic City. Gibbons and iBlshops eed America first and at reason- - Cardinal Airs. H. (Dalton and children, of able prices," that Is the cry that has Turner and Shahan congratulated Beechmont, have, been visiting rela In Congress during the them upon their war record and tives ai Warsaw. been heard week. As a matter of fact tho food prophesied great things of the 'K. of Joseph Walsh Is spending the Tho campaign. problem is the most Important that C. educational week-en- d as member of a house just now, and the Knights went on record at their con- - party at Versailles. demands solution with Jeople are in no mood for dillydally ventlon as ready to Mrs. A. ing with it. Nor is the problem all authorities, Federal, State and York City, E. Broderick Is In toNew reexpects difficult of solution If the authorities municipal, in investigating profiteer- main until where she September. ing with the necessities of life, and go about it In tho right way. Tho Mrs. Mary Lynch has returneu first thing to do is to ascertain the they also adopted a resolution call- from a visit to Mr, and Mrs. M. price the farmer receives ifor the ing if or rigid suppression if immoral O'Sullivan at Shelbyvtlle. motion pictures. raw material, then make a liberal Miss Virginia O'Brien, who has allowance for getting the material LANSING EXPOSES. been visiting airs. John Lawson In in a prepared state to tho market, Bhelbyvllle, has returned. add then fix the price at which It Secretary Lansing thk week exmust be sold to the consumer. Apply posed, tho treachery and deception Miss Winifred Broderick is the guest of Miss Catherine Mallory, at the same rule to shoes and clothing f and England when testl- - her home in Stoughton, Wis. and the cost of living will cease to worry the humble housekeeper. Of c" ucl"'K Miss Mary Baldwin left Tuesday 'Eating committee that those coun- tor Covington, Ky., where she is the course .t.,.. will not allow tor am- - trIes had concealed from him their guest of Miss Elizabeth Winn. fMr w. it mv treaties, thereby misleading. be asked when did it .become a Mies Helen Landes, of East Breckpublic to our represeniaxives ai me rans inridge stieet, is spending her vacamoral obligation . on the. peace conference. .. .. .. The truth is that tion it New Hope and Coon Hollow. goolTwindle? In this case the: ' the r and its results have oped EnS,andV ea rid the Mr. and Mrs. Joo Farley, who swindler Is caught and made to dls- -, he have been living in Louisville, have gorge; why not try the process in' Watter-so- n .tension, her International stock moved to their homo on tho road. the other case? In trade, no longer deceive. She Is Miss Emma Murphy, 1402 Ekln on the defensive, and the world does STREET OAR STRHCE. not now believe her unsupported avenue, New Albany, has gone to Indianapolis to sister, Mrs. Her assumption of W. A. Browne. visit her For tho past week Louisville has statements. te Buschemeyer i f Wall CopiBti, Drala Tile, Vitrified Brick, Fire Proofiarf. Use Liaiat!. Fire Brlctt Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teas. 2 OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY WORKS-Thirtee- ath 373-178- Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. LOUISVILLE, KY. d, CUMB. MAIN S07, and Breckinridge aad Ninth aad Maaalia. f not take an agency for a conservatively managed, mcdlara-sizeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies giro it a position of tho very highest rank? IVhy Thornbury, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nally, Thomas Cecil and James IP. McGeo. RECENT DEATHS. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the. Compulsory Deposit Jkaw more than $4,600,000. i Excess deposit over all requirements ?1, 000, 000, or 20 per cent, more tban tho law requires. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so tnat 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 s a(i T "a out- - DIVISION 8. Thursday morning the funeral of First and third Fridays, Hlbemias Home, 0 Mrs. Nancy Devlne Keenan was held Portland. from St. Louis Bertrand's church. President Tim O'Leary. She was the widow of tho late Vice President Walter Murphy. James Keenan and a sister of Mrs. Financial Secretary John Brod1218 South Sixth erick, 1850 Portland avenue. T. Torpey, J. only here, but in Cincinstreet. Not A. Recording Secretary John nati and St. Louis she leaves many Martin. friends who mourn her death. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-haElizabeth Westfall, widow xt , Daniel It. Westfall, passed peaceSentinel Thorhas Noone. fully away Tuesday at her home, She 2204 West Chestnut street. DIVISION 4. was eighty years old and iwas held in high esteem In Catholic circles Meets second and fourth Mondays throughout tho city. Funeral servBertrand Hall, Sixth street. ices wore held Thursday morning at President John J. Barry. the St. Charles church, Rev. Father VIco President Mark J. Ryan. Raffo celebrating requiem mass. Recording Secretary Lawrence D. Meany. years old, Andrew 'Poh, fifty-foFinancial Secretary Thomas J. died Tuesday afternoon at his home, Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. 2147 Duncan street. He is survived Treasurer John F. Burke. by his widow and three children, Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Mrs. Joseph Bermauer, Mrs. Joseph Poh, Jr.; a Gratzer and Andrew Sentinel M. J. McDermott, brother, Charles Poh, and two sisters, 'Mrs. Louise Bachmann and Miss Waggle Poh. The funeral servPERFECT FITTING Misses Bezzle and Nellie Hannan ices were held Thursday morning SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES are at Mt. Clemens for a stay of at St. Anthony's church. three weeks. From there they will twenty-si- x go to Now York, Miss May Ehrhard, years old and a young woman held Miss Sallie Meehan and niece, Miss In high esteem by those who knew Mary Katherine Dear, "will leave the her, died Monday afternoon at the Qj last of the month for Venice, Cal., home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. wftero they will reside. 412 South Hubert R. Ehrhard, h street. Until her Illxormer siar oi ness she was with the Herman Menin Slogan, a The ,iue imn uuy ieujjue, now luraicu Straus & Sons Company. ln Akron, O., was here the first funeral took place Wednesday morngart of the week on a visit. Oculists' Prescriptions. ing from the St. Charted church. 1818-182n. ur LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Con-nell- SMOKERS, ATTENTION! CIOABXTTES CIGARS 9c, 3 Twenty-sevent- OD CvsaR - - G r HllE5(rJ0 LtverPLLs - OUR LUMBER IS LUMBER & ..4 WW w . FRE)D Gt. JONES O O. V -- J.VW ..... ,", ar-h- as 4&9 25-ce- nt -- , ,.- FAN-S- CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. cnar-Hbde-s, WORKSHOES $3.50 $600 ,, r 1 High-Re- nt J&& Nwburgh-oo-tb- t. BUSGHMEYER DRUG STORES, They TH E. fttfb. WEST BROADWAY oc-cae- v- uA.i..lm. . f vji ..j Positively Only Ten Days More For $1.00 -- - Rier oater-WMbordt- 1 E. Gr. HEARTICK BCBOrUOXTSr IRiUBH JXMUBX.ICjJSC. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS .' v, (Jfe. '' iS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. FINE .'pM f 'jrLTjtfrra3tlBt A B&x V - Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment ask any OCUUST i GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. &T3it'iihr :'' f . Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Oculists Prescriptions. HHilHlil$m iMffl ESTIMATES FURNISHED On Marble, Granite Monuments and Markers. SPECIAIj Given to Orders. TRICES REASONABIiE. Out-of-To- t i : 013 FOURTH AVENUE UKPAUtlNO THE BALL OPTICAL CO. MARY ANDERSON OPP. WELDI1TO -- MEN'S CLOTHING ft ., : . I 1 attention Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Oars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRINQ rfi,l:., . I K?BrqBfc. ssT-asnsa- r AUTO WELDING & REPAIR Both Phones 2800 GO. ii" ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISvTLLH, KX. -. iii nj.;i,Tii.s5S8bs KMWWg-.'Sr- ta 4KHHKf ti "-.- -- -' V ts Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. B. F. Marquess & Co. 414 S. Second St., Louisville, Ky. J J (niw' OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS ' Silk Shirts cleaned never lose their newness. One trial will conSwiss JOHN B. RATTERMAN BNOIBHARDS PBNDBNK IS o k CHEROKEE) You . ICED ODE-A- When FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET PhoDB3 Shawnee 1217. West 1107a. . Waited Years For an Opportunity Like This-Y- ou'H Wait Years Again Cnmhnrlanrl Have you seen people huntine this town over for a place to live? Have seen rents? Then meet the demand by buildine a house on that vacant lot, and. turn It while you have a "top market." CLEANED, PACKED If you want a safe, sure, certain investment, buy a lot and build a houscon it. Don't wait for PROPERLY BLENDED prices to eo downthey aren't eoine down for years. The time to build is when the marketis good. ASK YOUR GROCER. Brices may be hiyh so are your returns. Homo City 8300 Have you planned to own your own homei Then now, if ever with rents eoine still higher, Road Service. A. the time to build just what you've wanted and move into it. is JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. BUDLDER You can get materials and labor and deliveries now a few months hence, when the building and Reconstruction movement is in full swing' you'll wonder why you pass the chance you have now. 041 .South Third St. 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Every house you build releases another home or appartment adds to the posperity of the ACCESSORIES TIRES FISK Home Phone Shawnee 1010 city adds to your prosperity, Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. vince you. SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Stark's New Method Shoe Shop Tho price of leather la continually advancing. Wo havo advanced some on our repairing, but not near In' proportion to the price of leather, more especially, the quality which we use. Our motto is, has been and always will be STRICTLY QUALITY. We also take pleasure In informing the public we aro now In position to render first class workmanship and prompt service. To be convinced of our statement will ask you to try us. Our Location Isi 645 South Fourth street, between Chestnut and Broadway, and In no way connected with any other shoe repair shop In the city. Look for the electric sign "STARK." Homo Phone. City 231 Cumb. Phone, Main 1288-Y ARTHUR WILL Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. 1 'l l JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. ROBERTSON SAM Headquarters for CONTRACTOR FOR AND FARM PROPERTY CITY Sao us about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW estate. Wo sell, buy and rent St. 1810 S. Twenty-sixt-h 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S68 Home Phone Ii. $ MB&ffl? i 'V l! SaiaS III SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A J. 5c Cigars Made t I m '. 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 housekeepers an their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. 163-- 1 Courier-JournRoom 1, 415 S. Fourth Street. Homo City 2803 E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY al Fnsh Ohio River Fish OHIO RIVER EipBHBjiMEWPjR'SrLlrial2 .a. RECEIVED DAILY Build Now! It Will Furnish Employment and Keep Times Good! IBest :,i Incorporated. 508-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. FRED HORNUNG, JR. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Both Phonos 4202 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 801 HENRY GOSS "SOUTHERN SLICED STAR" BACON Roofing, Guttering, Spouting All Ready for Your Griddle In the Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Morning" Asphalt Shingles a Specialty HAMS, LARD, SADSAQB 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH . CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE At Near to You u the IWet Phoa" AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: Louisville Gas and Electric Co. C. C. Mengel and Bros. Company FUNERAL FLOWERS Norman Lumber Company Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER; A SPECIAL SPRAY" $3.00 Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. The Caloric Furnace Company A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 Southern Brick and Tile Co. 110 S. 4th. St. Pipo and Pipcless Furnaces. T. Bishop, Agtcnt, Cor. 13th and Ormsby Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. Central Glass Company Automatic "Water Heaters, 5181-- 2 S. Second .LOOKING TO CONGRESS. v.-- I' J A SPECIAITY. U ' Segal & Boyer Fish Co. 811 East Jefferson Street. Home City 1061. coxsult For Proper GIam LONGEST IN SERVICE. PRICES PAH) Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING HAMBLY BROS. SHOE 721; CO. STORES All Kinds of Footwear For Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Stores Shaw. the 20th and Portland. 18th. and Magazine 1716 City 7164 PEOPLE'S PROVIDES! A8SeOIATX Incorporated OttUraa oreanlxed y Well-kaoWas Kak to 3J AX On ruraitnre and Other Personal Property at X.OWSSX BATES COLEMAN BUILDING COR. THIRD AND. JEFFERSON Both Phones 8886 Let us drop all talk of entangling GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. alliances and take un tho nuestinn of a "home market" and a "fair Incorporated. dinner pall," If not a very full one. A. Lazar, Manager The consumers are now looking- for Money Advanced on Your Plain Note Congress to act. 312 West Jefferson Street WILL RESIDE HERE. (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. JMlsa Agnes Louise Oberst, member of a Jeadlng Catholic family of NATIONAL HATTERS Owenaboro, and Aloxander Styslo, of Borne Phone City 1931 Louisville, wore last week married TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mr. and 820 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Mns. Styslo left ifor a trip to Chicago Suits Pressed While You Wait. and Qwensboro. They will reside In Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Louisville. You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For JEFFERSONVILLE. and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Quality." Attention and The Catholic Menfs Club 'of Jeffer- sonvllle will give a plcnlo in Glen- OF QUALITY THE SIGN wood Park on Thursday, August 28, aighl'd 7411 and elaborate preparation Is ibelng made for tho entertainment of all East 180 who attend. Members of Jofferson-vill- e KENTUCKY Circle of tho Daughters of IsaLAUNDRY bella havo been Invited and will CO. act as hosts. Incorporated - BECKER OPTOMETRIST SIS STAIIKS DtDO., Phone City 11SO, farmer!? with 0. M. WUemnn ft Son. Justice Joseph iMcKen-noldest member of tho Supreme Court of tho United States in point of service, born in' Philadelphia, was seventy-si- x years old last Sunday, Despite his years tho Justice is In vigorous health and more active than many who are years his junior. Associate COUNTRY SUPPER. a, kJ We MfcKT muusht tajrthAvcntwLarWr WD nowsftifx $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 Round Trip $2 . telegraph Flowers SIIIMKV Everywhert ON STEAMERS America and Queen City Diamonds Watches and Jewelry At 5 P. M. Every Friday. " 014-02- 2 8 a Medley Hotel and Restaurant Right Services Right Prices Day and Night 620 WEST MARKET ST. Sister Callista, last year head of the teaching forco at St. James school In Ellzabethtown, has been Acau-emsuperior or JNO. P. MORTON & CO. maao at St John's,tsetmenem.county, Hardin succeeding Sister Agnita. who has INCORPORATED been transferred elsewhere. Among Established 1820. Lonisville.Ky. the Loretto Sisters, as among other communities, Superiors can stay in one place only a certain length of OFFICB OUTFITTSKS time. STATIONERS PRINTERS LAWN FETE. y, Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager SUPERIOR AT BETHLEHEM. S1U1LIKQ1K Both Phones 2406 0 0. THE VERY BEST Adolph Reatllnger FIRE INSUBANOl TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE) GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD arTRMHT SOUTH SAVINGS LOUISVnJiH AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings A General Banking BusiDeposits. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE ness Transacted. 900 West Mala Street Louisville, Ky. K. PFKFFER JOHN B. WATHEN FLORIST FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN Street 421 South Thirty-eight- h 2525 West Walnut Street Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Works. Home Phono Shawnee 1986 Phone- Shawnee 559-L. 'WfENIT'aYMJJti Botk Phone! '. - ainvr u - JSffyJMP Both Phones Smith Motor Wheel $40 Twin motorcycle $100. One Twin Indian. One R. S. Single, $50, One Yale Twin cheap, 38x3 Inner Tubes, $1.50. Cut price on supplies. n Local and Ion dlitance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and shipping. All work guaranteed. tlmates cheerfully furnished free of charge. A. AXNOI.D ft SOXS AUCTION ft 6TOKAQS CO. tETUSKNQW R. L. DAVIS, Agent, S. W. Comer Seventh aad Broadway Mve yemr (Incorporated) , 426 "Wait Mala Street National ' Supply Company Incorporated ' Roofing and Pitch, 'CoT Tar, Tarren Felt, Gravel Itoeflog (A SpechtUy). 1M W. Main MU 1440-Phones City !&( VT. row7, XauarUl, Xy. Geaduotad br Hi XjavarUa Brethan CltaalcoX BOIanUBO MM BUI1MH CeuraM, PraiMr DttMrtmant. Luvi Swimming Fool, rail AtoMd OVrmiia- - ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE US HWW the feoys ta 4HiUoa Mutt fwr Uf. wtt) Y SIUK. TMTM K BamMmlnu "Mr. Extensive preparations are being d Abwrntl Malk SclwKlfltiHjr TmM IspewfcS made for tho third annual lawn fete for tho benefit of St. Augustine's Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy church, to bo held on tho church grounds, Thirteenth and Broadway, Chireyedlst next Monday, Tuesday and WednesBBttmtw. S07 day nights. On Wednesday afterStarka noon lotto will he played, when CHAPLAINS MADE SACRIFICE. many handsome awards will be BiUl LOOK FOR BIG RALLY. chaplains Sixty-fiv- e made. The pastor and people extend Bath PbMK American In the & cordial Invitation to the public to were The Holy Name Societies of New great killed and wounded come and pass a pleasant evening. war, according, to Major .jMsMFi NOW IS THE TIME Orleans are expectelng to break all senior J. .FOR STRAW HAT previous records for attendance at Thomas of Dickson, the ExpediSTATE FAIR. chaplain the CLEANING. the annual Tally and joint celebra- tionary Forces. American Dickson's Major 9 to he in JWp Avoid the rush by con Folks who kick against the in- tion which held nowNovember, plans figures show that twentyrthreo Disbeing made by aro for sulting ua now. Panama creased cost of. everything since the the various committees composed of tinguished Service Crosses were Hat Cleaning and Block war (and that's all of us) will be offlcens of the Jloly Name Societies awarded to chaplains, Croix; de ing our specialty. glad to know that there is at least of the city.' Guerre to fourteen, Distinguished NATIOKAI. HAT CLEAKINa WOS2S one thing in Kentuoky that doesn't to four, (Belgian War Service Medals cost any more than it ever did. Tho Albert Smith, Prop. Cross to one, and Crosses of the FOR WOMAN'S EYE. price of admission to the Kentucky Legion of Honor to two. S3S WEST MARICET STREET State Fair, which takes place in Home Phone, City E161 Silk stocking should be washed Louisville, starting September S and after each wearing. ANXHTTY IN ENGLAND. dosing the following Saturday, is The1 tuck-I- n blouses are often of the same as ever. It is going to be James Henry Thomas, a member a bear of a. falrf Live stock ex- flowered georgette, and oftener of of Parliament of Derby, in an interorgandy. hibits, machinery show, traetor view following an address before his Though many skirts are of white nnnotltiients Vridav nizht. expressed demonstration, automobile show and agricultural displays will tbe larger silk, colors are selected by many profound anxiety concerning the women. and more extensive than ever before stable domestic situation In England. and for eaelj day there will be, a who recently Visited 'ha nhTa in- tret Mr. ThOHlftB. W nnll n special programme. NORTON BUILDING tfd that the.' strong posl-tr- y sleeve, America, away from the could not ' tion of the Unlted-Satas we will. N. W. toner Fmrth ami Jefterson PEOPLE BEAR BURDEN. The coolest an most practical Hm . i Senator Lodge announced that the and most aoectacular of separate ?.uu.; ""' President has refused to attend a skirts are of georgette, either In t LJUBUW ill LI1ID .jai..j j ww hearing of the Foreign Relations, white or color. Ing production and keeping every The white silk skirt, still reigns, r,,iiv"nninlnvMl. Mr. Thomas Committee, and also refused to turn over to the Senate documents hear- Fayored materials are either of declawa .Miat the people did not ing on the League, of Nations' treaty. Baronet satn or of one.of the rough r6lliij,a that the country was Hvlng Funeral Directors We can hardly heliVe that the weave, silks, like rajah.. nn harrowed oanltah adding that President, who pronounced in iavor As for sleeves, they are bow England's financial condition coupled Embalmers. of open covenants openly arrived at, J nearly as viwTed in' style a the wtth the manner In whloh labor .which dimiitM are maanltled abroad, had would he o inconsistent as to re skirts. You see the quire or expect the Senate to ratify has taken the ultra short line of, created an Impression la America 10- a. treaty without tall' knowledge of Paris and you: see the long sleeve that England was, going headlong the subject. Truly the way of oar ewllng In a blam cut. kto bankruptcy and ruin. Next Thursday tho people of St. Paulls church, Pleasure Ridge, will give their annual picnic at Stower's grove on tho Eighteenth street road, and they Invite their friends, to come and enjoy a good country supper and 9rrict the Beat Prices Rraaonable, an opportunity to meet old acquaintances. Admission will bo free. 'Peoshould tako tho statesmen are becoming queer In ple from the citystop at the grove. these specious days. At any rato Orell cars, which it is the people who must bear RETURNS TO ST. JOSEPH'S. whatever burdens tho decision of our statesmen impose on the counThe try and tho people should make founderRev. Father Joseph Volk, the of lit. St. Joseph's Acadtheir voice heard and tell all whom emy, who has been stationed at It may concern that they will stand Peonla, In Grayson county, has reproceedings in turned to St. Joseph's, whore ho will for no matters that vitally affect their spend tho rest of his days. Father future. They should demand that Volk has spent a great part of his the light he turned on and make it life in Panama, and has delivered a understood that they will be content number of lectures In different parts with nothing less. of the United States. Ho Is now past eighty, but is in good health. KAISER'S NEPnEW. APPEAL FOR RED CROSS. Let's all be happy. The Prince of Wales,' nephow of the Red is Plans lor a nation-widcoming to tho White House to Cross campaign opening Monday, "make tho "World safe for democ- Mnwnmlmr 3. and closlnfr ArmlstiCO racy." day, November 11, wore formally announced this week by the Execu TRAVERSE LONG DISTANCE. tive Committee oi tne American mea Tho primary object of the Cross. There arc two American, Roman campaign, which will be known as Catholic chaplains with the soldiers tho third Red Cross roll call, will In Russia. They are the Rev. Jos1920, hut eph Loughran and tho Rev. John bo to enrollbemembers for a general in addition there Monahan. The troops are widely appeal will $15,000,000 to enable for scattered and the two priests some- the organization to complete Its times traverse some 2, COO miles in war obligations at home and abroad. making their visits to tho scattered ; units. ' star-chamb- er For Lcea Money MEET THE BOAT TRIPS Every Sunday at g a. m. from Third and River. Phone Main or City 141. o IK ,08 W. Jefferson St. DoYouWanttoSellorBuy SO YOIT WAST TO SELL OK BUY? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mlno or Property of any kind or description. We nave Businesses and Enterprises of every kind For Sale in almost any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. To Bay If You Want or Private or Sell at Sale Auction Write or Call BUSINESS EXCHANGE Auctioneer and Seal Estate 2 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLPQ -Cumb. Phone, Main 2SG0 . Home Phone, City 6313 Yon Want to List With Us, If Send for Contract l All IIIAMIN' FORDS REPAIRED Wo have Oar modern facilities mean killed service at reasonable 'cost. SET OUK PRICES "Any SCake Car Towed In" be city. rord Sep&ir tho largest Shop lnde- - la ETHERIDOE 701-70- e I 4 DUGAN Shop 1315 GARAGE ' -- -' IRA J. DUGAN, Foreman, and General Mnnnerer SOUTH BKOOK STREET If You Are an Employer And Need a Girl Worker, OR J CORNS,BUNI.ONS If You Are Main 3359 a Girl Worker City 3359 And Need a Position CALL US , Womin's Activities, National Catholic War Council G57 South Fourth St. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. OLD MAN HARRIS Editor, has made scores o" his readers from 50 per cent, to 600 per cent, on Investments, who have followed bin "tips" on what to buy and when to sell, In oil and mining stocks, during past year. He knows "Wbo's Wbo" In the oil game. All Information strictly confidential. Year's subscription to Kentucky OH Journal $2. (Free with each new subscription a beautiful map of Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea of an airplane view of the State, Write worth 45; 14x22 Inches.) for free sample copy 16 pages. 2 illustrated, building, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southern FRED ERHART ARCHITECT un-sm- art three-quart- er I . n " es ij,,... ::,i, wV.. H. BOSSEaSON T.S!". '. and Phone Shawnee 42. Wo Aro Motor Doctors, slre fshx Avsirni Skilled Experts Are Ready to Serve ydn. Full Una. of Tires, Tubes and Accessories. Tires, and Tubes VulcanBatteries charged and reized. paired. PORTLAND AtJTO BBPAIR CO., 877 N. Twenty-Sixt- h St. AUTO OWNERS V- KDE&2SvrTJOKTV V JlKLX3 AJSOOEOLZGaJ ""M3g; " "" SBf ee HERMAN STRAUS SONS MARKET STMCT 51st Semi-Annu- al 'Pft I NL House Cleaning Lei Us Do 7 he Hardest Part Of Your Work Z. rOURTBAVCNUe tveOSPffM-e- We dive and Redeem QoIdTrdlnjf Stamps. $ Wash Fabrics You'll Want! Are In This August Sate, Your cholco of ono lot of Colored Skirting Material; all 30 inches wide and values up to fl.00 a yard; July sale prlco..50c e 4,000 yards of 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 price .25c 50 pieces of White Dress Voiles; 38 Inches wide; ot plain, sheer weaves and our regular 35c grado; July sale price ....25c 25 pieces ot Plain Colored Voiles; mercerized finish; with wide tape selvage; in a beautiful range of colors, also black; July sale ............... 50c 20 pieces only ot this Black Dress Voile that is of a medium weight and a regular 40c grade; July sale price 25c White Skirting Materials, in plain and fancy weaves; all 24 inches wido and values up to ..... 59c; July sale ,80c Yard-widPor-cale- s, Linon-flnis38-in- "SWEEPING-OUT- " Women's summer stock of This saving for prices are presents to you a deeply cut and next season's footwear will be $2 to $4 higher per pair. Come! two-fol- d i OuUCO CV5' clearance our tremendous ... .r -- "rfptr pLETCRICITY MEANS that you can multiply the value of. every hour in your home. THE ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE like other household appliances pays for itself in a short time. electric 2,000 yards of mill remnants ot Fine Quality Mercerlzed-tln-is- h Batiste with printed floral and figured designs; values from tho bolt up to 29c; July Bale..l4c 40 bolts of Printed Dotted Dress Voiles; these have imperfections in tho printing; they are 36 inches wide and sell in perfect goods at 60c; July sale JOSc price Your choice of one odd lot ot Colored Beach Cloth; tho width Is 36 inches and values up to 49o in regular assortment; July .... ... sale price ..... .25c Ono lot ot Plaid Voiles; splendid styles tor house and children's drosses; in regular stock they sell at 35c; July . salo price 10c o 1,200 yards of Natural Linen Color Batiste ot a fine mercerized quality; our regular price of this batiste is 35c a yard; July Bale prico 10c 25 pieces of Morcorlzed Quality Batiste In flesh color, for making undergarments and gowns; our regular price is 39o a yard; July salo .25c 36-in- ch Yard-wld- WE STAND READY TO HELP, efficiently and cheaply, but it is necessary that you provide the equipment in your house or apartment. FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION AT YOUR HOME just telephone MAIN or CITY 2182 and ask for Commercial Department. WE DO YOUR WEEK'S WASHING WITHOUT CHARGE, except for the electric current, which will amount to 2 or 3 cents. What Are Proper Glasses? Those which give the wearer perfect vision and absolute comfert. 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. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, with case , and cord complete $4.50 Small Shell Rims, 75c extra, Yonr old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at this price. Louisville Gas & Electric (Incorporated) Co. 611 "Seoina isBalievmg fedlhda . EIGHTH BIG EXCURSION TRIP INCLUDES Visit to the Moulder Leases 3000 Barrels. Visit to the Butler Leases 4500 Barrels. BIGGEST WELLS IN THE STATE. Gainesville Oil Pool, Scottsville Oil Pool, Augic McReynold Oil Pool, Airplane Oil Pool, Adolphus Oil Pool. FREE TRIP all expenses paid if you buy Airplane stock at 10c Par value goes to 15c next week. Airplane has 21 wells 357 acres 16 wells on pump and pipeline, 1550 oil tanks capacity one of the bet 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 excursions. It will Yours for more Oil and dividends, do us both good. - F. L. Old Man, Harris, 411 INTER-SOUTHER- S Fourth Aie. LouisviUcKy TO SOUTHWESTERN KENTUCKY OIL FIELDS t SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1919 LEAVING LOUISVILLE AT 2:20 SUNDAY MORNING, RETURNING SUNDAY EVENING N BUILDING, LOUISVILLE, I KY. 6r3s ft HARVEY-JELLIC- O UNCOHPORATHD) AM A UNION PRINTER COAL CO. I- QXJA3LVI0DY - SERVICE DISTRIBUTORS OF THE High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Place your next order with us. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more than gio.ooo.ooo, is the monument of confidence built by the bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative ld UNDER THE BIG CLOCK 7 MARKET AT SECOND g.YYvvyVVYvvvvvvvvvVjipvYvvvvyYvyyyYyvyyyyyy n 11 finrt je?o:rl - IBS BY ."- .. J,- WASHING Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. R t c l MAGIC-KELLE- SOAP WORKS! MOW the carnage often rise up before KNIGHTS OP COLDMBUK them with maddening reality Rest and congenial amusement is necessary to set those men on their feet, and the Government is not doing its Late News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing duty by those men whom it flung Members Here and Elseagainst their consent, as voiced at the Past Week General the polls, into the war when it fails where. News Notes. to provide them with the means of returning Jo their normal condition of health- and efficiency. The Baer The influenza epidemic cost tho The Indiana State convention has measure should pass. order $1,149,000 in payments to been called to meet at Fort Wayne on September 2. oenencianes or insured members. ATNCENTIAN MEMORIAL. Arrangements are being made for Miss Agnes Tlerney, of San Francisco, succeeds Mrs. Hannah Molloy When the St. Vincent de Paul an exemplification of the fourth de as State President of the Ladles' Conference of St, Charles parish met gree at Kansas City on October 12 Banday there was sincere regret that Auxiliary in California. Tho total membership for CincinThe Knights of Columbus of In- President Feeley's chair was vacant. nati on July 1 was 4,418, an indianapolis attended In a .body the The feelings of the members were crease of 56 per cent, during the public reception tendered Judge expressed in the following memorial year. presented by Rev. Father Raffo, Deery, the new National President. The increase of membership the Yates, S. Don't miss the euchre party of John F. Holland, Lee R.Coleman: L. past year was 121,891, and is now H. the Ladies' Auxiliary on the Hiber- Wickham and John pleased Almighty growing at the rate of from 2,000 Whereas, nian Hone grounds, Eighteenth and God In his It has wisdom to call to a.uuu a ween. Portland, on Tuesday, August 26. to Himself inflinlte Tomorrow a new council be our beloved .brother, Instituted at Napoleon, Ind. willwill It Port Wayne Hibernians are mak- Thomas Feely, who at the time of begin with a charter membership of ing elaborate arrangements for the his death and for many years preState gathering. It promises to be ceding was the honored President of ov.er tuty and good prospects for tho future. the "biggest convention the order this conference; and xjie .reace njonvention went on ever held in Indiana. Whereas, In his death the St. VinState Secretary Joseph O. Casey cent de Paul Society at large has record as favoring completo inde Is doing good work for the State sustained the loss of a zealous and pendence for the Irish nation, the convention at Cedar Point the latter exemplary member, and the St. resolution to this effect being passed part ot this month, expected to be Charles Borromeo Conference that amid great enthusiasm. On August 1 four secretaries left the greatest over "held in. Ohio. of a beloved and able leader, whose The next biennial conventions of example has ever been a source of Juneau to establish posts at Haines, the Ancient Order and the Ladles' inspiration to his fellow members; Fort Gibbons and Nome, Alaska, at which points detachmentB of United Auxiliary will 'be held in Ireland In therefore be it 1921. This decision came as the Resolved, That we express to his States troops are stationed. The $50,000 appropriated for the climax to the sessions of the con- devoted wife our sincere sympathy ventions held in San Francisco and and pray that the grace of Almighty educational campaign makes over sorrow; $600,000 of their own funds which has. only now foeen made known. God may sustain her in her the Knights have contributed to At the Ladles' Auxiliary State be It further Resolved, That a copy of these what is called Americanism. convention in San Francisco thero minresolutions bo spread upon the wore 165 delegates. Mrs. Mary The 34,000 men and 1,800 comNational President, and utes of this conference, and that a missioned officers of the newly or Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly were present copy be furnished the bereaved wife. ganized Pacific fleet will be given a royal welcome by the Knights of and urged support for the monuO'OONNEL 19 DIRETCOR. ment to the Nuns of the Battlefield. Columbus on the Pacific coast. There is no mistaking the attiThe Supreme Board of Directors activities of the has received requests from England, tude of the Ancient Order in AmerThe country-wid- e on the matter of the proposed American of Irish blood, directed to- Scotland, Norway, France, Chile, ica League of Nations. This was made wards recognition of Ireland as an Peru, Argentina and Hawaii for the clear toy the delegates from every independent nation and the applica- extension of the order to those State in the Union assembled at the tion to Ireland of the principle of countries. national convention in San Fran- - "ooif.iiftferminatlon for email na Loogootee Council and Grand wMnTl pntldATTITItt Il tions," will hereafter center more Knight nlonn iTal a substantial . .. Confer- - a wasnlngton tnan .in me past. ua financialMcGovern sent to the orliberal action vi the Peace remembrance - phan children of the diocese, pro hearing uu. the V ence in denying a Tne national headDeen the case. na-- 1 of Ireland to uartors ot tho Friends of Irish vidlng for baseball outfits and things Uon, and regrets that America failed Freedom are at New York and for boys would appreciate. to protest against this rebuff to the the past ten days the New York The Knights of Columbus is the representatives of the Irish repub- dfflccs have been busily engaged first war work organization to exlic. ooatmlnrr mntiv of the activities tend its work to Alaska, the exten previously handled at New York to sion having been made at the re CHICKEN THE FEATURE. the Irish National Bureau which quest of army officers who were lm necessity of afford this week has opened a suite of The congregation of St. Francis offices in the Munsey Building. Tho Dressed with thoand amueement for recreation of Asslssl church on the Bardstown scope of work which the Washington ing men in the frozen nortn. the . road, near the city limns, exxena 10 -- -not et or their friends a most coraiai all ,;,,,' A to detail It Is NEW ALBANY. to the lawn fete to be gea 0 d voiS for the given on 'the church grounds next The Rer. Father Albert Wicke, and Wednesday. Although and the oaator of St. Joseph's church at ue one late this promises w departments . the views of those In Oorydon, and formerly assistant . beat and most popular festivals of ,,r,m artm hav pastor of Holy Trinity church, New That good fried f", the season emselves in the causs of Albany, delivered an address on the chicken with vegetables of the izirw naniPi T' O'Connell. a war Thursday night at the meeting betn chosen of New Albany Council, K. of C. season and plenty ot smearkase al- ways makes, the suppers servea oy n. ,,' was with the A. E. F. Father Stor'oioanoll overseasWicke only recently returned. the ladies of St. Francis a fecial 9 and amy. Ic will help tci ?'nce h,s discharge from the (iuuimw-- u POPULAR EXCURSION. .m wnicn ne neju inT0MO ".," I." vrwb .. mn. nanflin. has been one ot tne leaa Tbe Airplane Oil and Development ling figures in the Massachusetts BILL SnOUIiD PASS. 'activities in behalf of Ireland. He Company's seventh excursion to their oil leases proved a grand success. Congressman Baer. of North Da- from Boston Prominent parties, consisting of efi twenty-fou- r in all, from Logansport, S& Stamping bill' "eld of International law, and is a ind., Evansvllle, Ind., Tenn., and This is aexwllent Ground, Ky., Portland, Louisville, were among the excur--- -seen much or our awonargea aoiuiera tiorl, the Boston Bar Association sionists. F. L. Harris, who was diwho went over the top will 'deny , party in behalf of the recting reident of and is a former that their nerves are still suffering, Boston University Lw School the Airplane the and Development ComOil from their experience ana tnat.tney pany, claims that while this way of require time and rest to rid themshowing the prospective buyers Is selves ot the effeots of that horrible exienslve, he wants the public. to FOR BUFFALO. ANOTHER nightmare of war. Bvery employer before ua what thav are eeitinsr will be of th survivors of the battles in the invest. The excursion fll- The biennial supreme convention they again HTatni front VllAWi hat tll tomorrow ana a targe w ntfAr nf Mi AMi&mhr. will run olsncy of the men has (been imiplrd erowd is expected. by their experience end that Helen be held in Buffalo in September. HIBERNIANS. of THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET - . ..TrXJ2V:EI81i.I City 2J60. DIRECTOR.. Main 2J60-T. Funeral Director and Emb aimer 717-71- 0 E. 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