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MTUIGENT BROWN TAXI CAKFH SERVICE PHOHf. HOME Of) MAIN LwfcyHte Bvcry Driver n Hsoort. Carrlna Tadcafe C. t VOLUME XLIH.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. department food has set the public tongue 'buzzing, and it's a good thing for the near Mayor that we haven't the referendum and recall, as in the language of the stage old Smithy would sure get the hook. The street-ca- r 'strike was the blow that killed father and has driven tho near Mayor into falling out with the papers and everyone else. As everyone Jcnows by now the near Mayor is very fond of gallery plays, grandiose letters and bulletins, so It was planned by some of the Republican politicians in the admini stration, and some in the strikers' ranks, to arrange a settlement where near Mayor Smith and Chairman Paul Burlingame, of the Board of Safety, would' come out as the laurel crowned heroes and get all the hurrahs, huzzaws, banyals and everything else that would boost the local Republican "reform" adminiSmithy and Burly were stration. to step in at the eleventh hour, accept the credit for settling the strike, rush pell mell over to tho Gayety Theater where the men were assembled, stride down to the footlights and say majestically: "Boys, wo have met. the enemy and they are ours, the stTlke is settled." Then would bo fireworks, red lights, boom for Smithy-- , for Governor and Paul, of Jeffersonvllle, for Mayor, but alas and alack! all is off as the plan fell through.-;- ' Tears and slow , PRICE FIVE CENTS. 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Ireland the Only Wldto Community ln'tho World Denied Sclf-Govcrnmcnt. kflkkHBBuiRlESRKvTjfTBRK'SA ii JW2HhSp ifc'HHJMifwA (kHwBnSL KBBBBWK&jmE& i'dKlUBirffl ?3"V''' ''H x - "4 x v XS ' kkkkkkH kkkkBT llkkkkkkkkr bE. 4t it a k9kv9kkklkHkEp 4 4 v & y4" Ikiajl HBB WAR'S PROMISES UNFULFILLED I HkjMHkBkBP BPgfEMai ?s. &3BP yac i.QjEWBBBSr WOULD FORGIVE. AND FORGET. Hon. Daniel F. Cohalan. Justice Ireland Is coming to occupy a '3bhHmibjlj ?j xox HHlBBxLHBiHHIHSHK. i vj 4 of the Supreme Court, New York, strange position In the world; the commenting upon tho Irish question most hopeful or the most hopeless, in a statement Issued from National of tenaccording to our estimate Headquarters of tho Friends of Irish dencies. In the midst of the eterFreedom, New York, said last' Satmusic. It 1 iiIm'iimII ;rAt'A.'..-.- v Jj,ti. '. nal conflict between right and might urday: To add to the administration SPEAKING TO BUILDERS OF GREAT STADIUM. Bhe stands a lonely, symbolic figure, "If the question between Ireland troubles the Lower Board of tho C5APT. ALCOCK AND MEDT. BROWN. tragically Isolated, and yet the addressing American ar my engineers who built the Pershing and England were between two InPershing General Council rebels against the prize of contending prlciples, seemc Stadium In Paris. The stadium has been presented to France In the dividuals no Jury sitting fliers receiving from Winston Churchill any part Pioneer Burlingame ingly so sharply defined that the checks for $65,000 prlzo money offered for the first flight between dictation of of Safety and and the name of tho American army. Insert shows Marshal Joffre and General of America would haveInany diffPresident Pershing can not be deferred. Here is America and Europe. Insert shows Lieut. Commander Alfred C. Read, Board issue after being capped with th e Degree of Doctor of Laws at Ox- iculty In disposing of tho matter. Dumas reads the riot act ito the a country governed at this moment, hero of the first Ireland docs not ask anything of their first board's Chairman, telling him that ford University. Belgium under Prussia, by a meeting since Commander Read'sflight, and 'his mother at like England except to be left alone. She (&!!& return. the iBoard of Safety were a lot of went to war to free nation which only wants what belongs wise ikes that were killing the ReCourier-JournFor Belgium from Prussia. and Times in their wants to govern herself to her. She publican party. Furthermore Dumas symbol of right, Wilson called "clearly recognized to create discord. Dally and people In her own way, and her own efforts was then the according to told Burllngamo that the latter weekly assaults are made on Senator her own standards. She does not and the defense of right against lines of nationality." couldn't make good by giving Morof the Stanley and attempts made to ask one Inch of territory that is not might was the declared aim There are complexities still unrow 5,000 majority here this fall. arouse feeling against him In the contained within tho four seas of enemies of Germany. The evil solved and perils that can not be (Evidently Paul is a kidder when party. The only way possible it Ireland. She does not ask to imthing fought against was described avoided arising from the intermixhe predicts 5,000 for tho G. O. P.) seems for the Senator to satisfy pose In masy formulae "militarism," ture and interpenetratlon of races council meeting Tuesday Party Trying to Jtccuperato From these two papers would be to re- who her will upon a single person At the "Prusslanism" and the rest which and languages and tho absence of dwells beyond her shores. She Uigbt Dumas and his followers conself- clearly sign and tender his all meant the same thing the term appeals to the free peoples of the Provo Utter Failure In defined frontiers. There are Police Effects of Colored Voters' trolled and adopted several resoluto Mr. 'Bingham. ish use of national force by the perils arising from mutilations and Gov. Black comes earth for the opportunity to go her Handling Street Car strong against the weak. The aim temporary annexations of parts of tions knocking JtheriBoard of Safety Revolution. in pretty often for jibes and taunts, own way, in peace and harmony and the Police Department, despite was to defeat this evil, to protect Germany Itself and from claims but the Governor's open record and with all the rest of mankind. She Strike. the fact that Burlingame, Matt the weak against the strong and to like that of Italy over his readiness to meet all questions offers not only to forgive, but as far preserve the "freedom of small na- The future of some of the Asiatic Chilton, Ben Brumleve, Eugene Dai-lehas frightened the bushwackers into as she can even to forget past deal John Tate, Mike Filben, Charles Morrow Attends Colored Picnic and being exposed as Mr. Hert's chief ings wun isngiand and to dwell In tionalities." Whatever other unex- races Is still undecided. But this pressed purposes there may have much Is true, that the ancient servi- Chief Potty's Camouflage Concern- - Martin and a fowj others were there Republican aides. In newspaper peace and amity with England as a Finds Out They Have Some been, this was the aim declared to tudes are gone forever, and that to add dignity to the administration ranks the situation is amuslug. neighbor. lng Uio Comedy Oops Now the world, and by none more sol- Europe, at any rate, now consists of forces. They were supplemented by While Messrs. Hert and Bingham "But she refuses, as she has reWrongs. emnly than Great Britain. It was free peoples, with tho one solitary Col. Petty In his thousand-dollare playing the roles of Damon and fused for 750 years, to permit the Exposed. even urged upon Ireland as a rea- exception of Ireland. second to no uniform, which 'ranks Pythias the poor old standby, the stranger, England, to govern her, to son for her enthusiastic participaother Chief's Jn i the country, beBut that is not the full extent of Louisville Herald, the original Re- control her resources, to shut her first-clawar, although with in- Uie anomaly. White peoples In the tion in the cause no other Chief of a contact with to the Machine's Bungling publican organ, has away bear fail- off from the earth, to the other nacredible blindness to the facts of rest qf the world, all of them offcity wears a uniform. For his The tions of keep her out tho brunt of explaining nature, the war Itself was shoots of Great Britain, had already The Grand Stand Gallery Play of aide Col. Petty iad Sergeant human Primary Amuses State ures of the Republican Congress of Jier high place among the nations, postponing Ire- made good their right to made an excuse for Steepleton, whrf was very familiar Smith and Burllngamo Falls and, worst of all, the failure of the and she says with a voice of a united G. O. P. land's own freedom, and her conse-queso that Ireland survives with the subject before the board, Yet the people that as Bhe has fought for local misfit administration. to blacken as the only white community on tho Down. coldness was used as he had 'been a snqtorman previous Bingham press is tho court favorite 750 years for her independence do eyes of the world as a face of the globe where the "govher In tho she is prepared to light, If necessary, to going on tho police force. of iBoss Hert. friend of "Prusslanism." by consent," whloh Presi&!.. v SifTT' President Dumas" was not daunted BINGHASIf PRESS BUSHWnACItS. "In local politics tho attitude of as long again in. orders attain ttet was ernment The declared aim of the war Wilson summoned the "organby . the glittering lErayof tho Courier-Journand Times Is independence and to' Yeisume ier t,u8tained,and . strength8nsd.o.uy, dent 'opinion of mankind" to sus- TID3 LOWER BOARD REBELS: ministration forces and city;., adized poured amusing and their effort to create place among tho independent naevenTsT WltfiTThe fall of the Czar tain, is not established.' If In IreIreland's sons say for her broadside after broadside in discord when the new Collector was tions. England, and the Intervention of America land special circumstances could be with all her power, direction, wanting first of appointed didn't fool anyone. Two that two fresh formulae appeared with all her barbarity, can not deto exist which distinguish shown This has been another week of or three times the story was printed all to have the police taken off the "democracy" and stroy them or wipe them out; that all others, It would her case from Well, It took a big street car cars. Councilman Nick Denunzio gloom and trouble for the Re- that no local Democrat would accept These were not new alms, still be hardly possible to justify speech along party and misfortune is a position under 'Elwood Hamilton the flght which England wacnd an but obvious extensions and corol- an auomaly so flagrant. But there strike to demonstrate the argument made same impassioned in a flowery publican so camping lines and the hot on the trail of. the because all were sore over the fail through so many centuries can only laries of the original one, with the are none. On the contrary, her of tho Kentucky Irish American for oratory said Mr. Minary G. O. P. that the leaders have be- ure of ChaTley Cronan to land the end when England shall withdraw main stress laid on the emancipa- case is simpler than that of any of the past year and a half, In which burst of company were placing the her last soldier from Ireland and tion of subject states Instead of the the host of new European nationali- it was contended that we had no and hisa state of "jeoparcy." Then come desperate. First came the re- place, thus putting Mr. Cronan in leave that country, which she .has bellion of tho colored voters in the the attitude of a restoration of states free before the ties. She is an Island, with the police force and that under the city In robbing for centuries, to govCouncilman Horn blew In and at- candidacy of Warley, and it took and tho local Democratic organiza- been and rule herself. war, like Belgium and Serbia. best and most Immutable of all ern as a frontiers, the sea, with an histori- reign of Chief Petty, of Shelbyvllle, tacked the idea of letting the Key- every asset in tho ranks in money, tion In the role of stupid politicians. Democratic "England has tried for centuries universal principle of human right cal Identity beyond dispute and an the department was deteriorating stone police get their, dinners from brains and brawn to steal tho elec- The move was made to create feel every form of cruelty, of tyranny. In was the sustained burden of all the historical unity beyond dispute, for, day by day. The older and real the car company, as the city was tion away from the colored man by ing against the Democratic Commit- her treatment of the people of IreOne brilliant and ardent propaganda of although conquered and to some ex- police were dropped gradually, their able to pay 'em their wages. was a slim majority of eighty votes. tee principally but It fell flat, and land. Lloyd George himself adwho lone administration supporter filled by "hicks" And this right in the homo town of the writer doesn't know of a single mitted In the House of Commons President Wilson. He addressed tent colonized, she ha3 absorbed places the whole world, Allies and enemies conquerors and colonists, so that all wouldn't be police in a thousand Councilman Mcintosh, who came in Tobe Hert, tho big .boss, and Ohes Democrat wanting a position but last year that England) had made an the Louisville boss and will jump at the opportunity of absolute failure of her government alike. "Our message is to all Im- her Inhabitants call themselves years, and all of this time this out of the rain of votes to say that Searcy, perialists," he once said. And It Irishmen, live under an 'Irish ad- paper was the only one in Louis- he was voting from a legislative State Campaign Chairman. Warley working In tho Collector's office. of Ireland and that today she was Is still fighting the result in court, A word or two about the Democratic as unpopular with tho mass of was also to all subject nationalities, ministration, and obey-- laws com- ville calling attention to the In- standpoint. the whom the Bingham people of Ireland as she without distinction of race, religion mon to the whole Island, but differ- justice to the taxpayers. Tho utter Another thorn In the side of the having oodles of evidence as to Committee, "We are ing widely from those of Great and absolute failure of the Key- "reform" boys this week was the fraud and Intimidation, and df the press are attempting to force out days of Oliver Oromwell. was Jn tho br strategical situation. stone cops to provide protection for failure to secure cheap food from contest fighting for the liberty, the doesn't bring out tho and secure control. Every DemoBritain. "In tho early stages of the lato and undictated develIrishmen, either the public, the company or the war department and as predicted evidence what an array will be given crat knows that there are four or great war tho world was made faamong these And (May 26, Ulstermen included, thero Is a the strikers has been emphasized so in opment of all peoples." these columns three weeks ago to some grand jury! Pretty near five of the committee who have out- miliar with- tho story of the treat1917.) "What we seek is the reign larger measure of unanimity for that now everyone knows that the the telegrams of the near Mayor and everyone in town kqows the names lived their usefulness and they ment the Belgians received In their of unified of law based upon the consent and a Louisville police department Is one his subordinates were only camou of men who offored $200 and $300 should resign immediately, but own country from tho invaders. It tho governed and sustained by the smaller and a less difficult minority huge joke and the taxpayers are flage and bombast. The Secretary to Democratic challengers; the every Democrat appreciates the was only the recital and summary brganlzed opinion of mankind." problem than in any of the new being bilked to pay salaries to a of the War Department showed reputable lawyers stationed in the fact that Frank McGrath as a of England's treatment of Ireland. (July 4, 1918.) Europeas states, while minority big array of Keystone comedians. them in great stylo when in polls can tell of fraud and repeating leader Is the right man for Chair- Not an atrocity was charged against The same universal principle was problems at least as difficult were There's one sliver lining to the answer udto a query why Louisville and many can testify to Republican man of the local committee, and sur- tho Germans in Belgium, not a proclaimed In the speech to Con surmounted In the great dominions. cloud however. It has exposed Col. was comby new blood will give the cruelty practiced, not a trailing behind Knoxviue, workers being armed and of ballots gress (January s, contai- Nor does freedom for Ireland raise Potty's press bureau as never before. Paducah, Frankfort and others he being stamped on the table openly. roundeda winning and successful mitted, which could notcrime dupliparty be points, any ulterior International problems Week In and week out .the Chief, ning the famous fourteen cated one hundred fold In England's "They were too slow and did It is rumored many of the leading campaign. which afterward became tho official and difficulties like those which, In to covbr up the many failures of said treatment of Ireland, with the proof follow the plain instruc- performers are preparing to flit basis of peace. "An evident prin- default of the most unselfish and his Keystoners, would band out a not even to how to secure tho sup- away while flitting is good, while to be taken from tho admission of HOME FROM EAST. ciple," he concluded, "runs through enlightened statesmanship, threaten line of bunk about the police band tions as There could have been no the English historians, from the declarart and Searcy Republicplies." the whole programme I have out- the" new "Europe. by tho way has never excuse for failure to get in touch ans out In the State are laughing which Joseph Hund. and bride, who was tions of English statesmen, the only lined. It is the principle of justice materialized, or the police school, with Washington and the War De over tho bungled mess made right Miss May Clines, Oiave returned from difference between Belgium and Ireto all peoples and nationalities and NOW 500,000 MEN. In which was a burlesque, or a story partment as 'this district is re- hero in the bosses' town. their wedding trip through the East land being that the' atrocities exright to live on equal terms their enter Belgium were alleged to have about Hiram Dewdrop, the police to The liberty and safety with one an army now chaplain who conducts prayer meet presented by Congressman Ogden, square failure the beat Warley on the nnd on Monday evening were at the tended over a period of three or four of iDIscharges from the open of tained a a family reception and other, whether they be strong or total 3,208,759, the War Depart- ings and revivals at itne station the Republicanfor machine choice. tho colored Republicans rebellion throughout home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. years, while the atrocities of Eng- -' Louisville that What a nity tnemseives, em- ment announced Saturday, leaving a houses. weak." The points Incidentally while tho Swagar Sherley was not there. We the State must have been a knock- Clines, Audobon Park. For the iana in areiana nave extended wer 9 bodying terms of peace with the net strength on August 12 of police parson was having 'Lis re would have more than our allotment out for the G O. P. dictators, as present the nappy coupie wm uve the centuries. mainly with the enemy, had to deal 8 "Belgium today, with a chorus of officers and men, of whom vivals tho burglars and holdup men of food and Uio completion of Camp the society notes tell us of Messrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hund, East direct issues of tho war. Regarded thanksgiving from all over the still were In Europe. would bo having little revivals of Knox a certainty. The city ad- Hert and Searcy recuperating at Walnut street. lack exin this light, some of them world, has resumed her place among own on our prominent ministration now trails badly be- Boss Hert's place at Mackinac Istheir act precision, but their spirit Is- unthe nations of the earth. Ireland, thoroughfares. prescribe free hind with a little measly $5,000 ap- land. Recuperate is Tight, and it They mistakable. after seven and a half centuries "of While a little tired from the daily propriation for food, which might would not bo a bad idea to reserve self - development fos nationalities greater suffering, still lies prostrate drilling out the avenue and the buy enough peanuts to go arouna, a berth thero for Howdy Ed Morrow great and small. at the feet of England, but liberty is inconveniences of the strike, we but that's all. apNovember election. The after the In repeatedly giving universal in the air, and it will bo given to can.'t help but laugh how quick the street-ca- r d distracted candidate tried his strike The plication to his charter of freedom Ireland as to the rest of tho world. Courier-Journand Times yelped some from the City Hospital expose hand at attempting to paciry tne to for the weak, it would be Idle Men of Irish blood, joined by patriwhen their own ox was gored. Dur- which the Board of Safety tried to colored voter this past week, going pretend that the President had had otic Americans everywhere, are deing tho entire reign of the misfit cover up by bluster. Just as soon in person to a big colored picnic at the outspoken concurrence of his termined that the Irish people shall press as nn outsider proved the patients Melwood Park, accompanied by a administration the Blngha-European allies, who were themnot remain tho only white race In put forth its best efforts in boostgetting bugs in the food then few of tho colored Republicans who selves rulers of subject peoples on slavery And they have put their Keystone cops, and it the Board of Safety announces with hold minor jobs in the City Hall enemy powing the ' a vaster scale than the shoulder to the wheel and are not acceptance One of the Hasn't 'Deen dui a snort time oacK a big blow that an efficiency expert and Court House. ers. But In their final going to surrender until Ireland is when the Times was running a has been chosen to Temedy the mat- prominent Morrow boosters thero of "the terms of peace laid down internationally recognized as a free series of pictures of the comedy ter, and firing one of the dish- was Dr. Peters, tne negro pnysician in the (President's address to jon: , and Independent republic. The Irish j 'wB V '""! police officers, telling how Capt. washers or minor subordinates in- who holds a city Job and who was fci!iVAu!5lSCT riii grew of January, 1918, and the " K..'Mm nation was refused a hearing at Zeke Hodfast got his Teputatlon as stead of the superiors who are twice Indicted and found guilty for principles of settlement enunciated Paris, but America realizes full well a sleuth while trailing a plow, or responsible. But get this. The ef- peddling cocaine. Tho Republican his subsequent addresses," they in that a just and lasting neace can not how Sergeant Silas Cornblossom ficiency expert is a Republican machine candidate delivered an definitely and in honor committed be made until tho question of IresgOS could be depended upon to track an politician of long standing, Albert address which, the colored paper not only to the fourteen muuuuuuuutAw0 themselves land is settled. And It can be set' elephant In the snow. All of this Bples, being former assistant Oil In- here says "contained the same old points (with one exception), but to tied right only by granting to that 'been so long ago either, yet spector under the kist county Re- election bull," but when he attempt"evident principle" underlying hasn't the country her absolute freedom from mmmmmmmmmmmmmwkl "wrongs of 1915" Great Britain was especially tho other night when one of the publican administration. them. And this ed to tell of the the chains of the tyrant that had comedy cops played a slapstick role Is the same crowd who prate about he was drownded out with cries of 'both by the warm praise committed bound her through the centuries," the President's utter-aecby beating up two given to all keeping politics out of our institu- "How about the wrongs of 1919?'' by the Prime Ministers reporters the Times howled some- tions. As we go to press the car and "How about Warley?" Thero and BIO HOLY NAME RALLY. speeches at the same period, emthing awful and took a few af the company Is running some cars with is no doubt about it. The colored PMHHHHV according to general mm Mayor a Keystoner on each, and a moving voter in tho Republican party has bodying, bitterest pot shots at the near The Directors and Presidents bt agreement, an Identical policy with The strikers, the picture of the scene would be real awakened and his awakening bodes we ever saw. the Holy Namo Societies In thirty-thre- e But company, the public and the press funny. The Keystoner, who is not no igood for Morrow and the O. O. P. that of the United .States.the imparishes In Washington and whatever the Inner views of now realize we haven't any police at iiome. in tne seats, stamps nis machine. All good critics now agree vicinity met last week to formulate forced the issue. perialists, vents force worth speaking of. and some foot every time the motorman that Morrow is slipping fast and plans for what will probably be the ro, vHoinffiprfttlon of the Russian labor leaders have had tko gall to clangs the bell and has a hard time Gov. Black will trim him easily in biggest demonstration of .it a kind Empire left a dozen small nationalspeak of organizing the Keystone to keep from pulling the bell Tope Novembov. to be held at the capital in October. Nine ities' without a master, prediction Is based and foisting them on us for- at every corner. It's pretty hard to force The above The parade will form at the Peace months later the collapse in quick and. principally unity . and ever. on the teach" an old dog new tricks Monument at the foot of Capitol Bucceesios 6t the Turkish, Austrian breaking 'bad you can't make a policeman out of harmony that prevails In the DemoThings have been Hill, and will march to the Washand German empires added a host "re- an n for near Mayor Smith and his not In a few days, cratic party and the prospects for t,; ington Monument, at the bate more. All Europe ana mucu ui past ten and more Mkely ever. The comedy a big love feast at the convention form" administration the" .benediction win be given.. It Asia was in a ferment of republi- CARRYING TREATS TO SENATE. days, and they say our near Mayor, cops are not strong on opposing the on September 4 In this city. The is expected that Cardinal Gibbons- -canism, and and their ad- strlkera for two reasons. One is tloket chosen at the .primary is a President Wilson personally car- the department Cardinal Mercier and the Apostolic NORMAN E. BROOKS. wa not only the universal Inspira- -' ried his oopy of the peace treaty to visers are badly.heads rattled. The that they are opposing the boys, strong ona, the Stanley and BeckDelegate will participate in the cerfactor In tion, 'but the deciding impossible m- the Senate when he .addressed that Champion Tennis emony. , John Hadley Doyle, PresiAustralia's steal, .tha Hospital 'soandal 95 per cant of whom voted for ham factions have been eliminated to construction. It was to America player, tha White of bugs iu the food, tha street daspHa the efforts the that recoBstructlon should body. He is sen leaving under his atrlke and the fall down of the ear Smith, and of a othar Is because tfcay press, and right hereof the Bingham to enterwho is comingchampionship dent of the Holy Name Union of adthe. national . mfarap. . Tha 'last attention might are afraid Maryland, Virginia and the District tWs g!gntk tawnt House with the treaty j i ministration in securing the .war veasott is tha most logical. be ealled to the'ftot!es of the tournament. of Columbia', wlllbe in charge. should subside at one on what Mr. arm. I A ..l..r.i,,.-,.1,i.,hiWii- I My ,5Sa v t" C 3. JHKg??ya3MWWB8Pfci6 trans-Atlanti- trans-Atlant- ic Bel-glu- m al KEYSTONE REPUBLICAN six-ye- ar Jugo-Slavl- a. y, ar ss Hcrt-Scar- cy . st 4.- swr, al Burl-ingam- e's et, - iij, antl-He- -- 500,-69- 109,-93- hand-picke- al o H -- - ii es Courier-Journa- l EL. - War-ley-Rya- ne Sy, tht ,- V -- a. 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SATURDAY, AUGSUT 23, 1919 At any rate he can not convince a Bugerlng population that the high co3t of living can bo by a League of Nations' pill, t cured The people want immediate action . without regard to the feelings of politics. i OVKSlSC. OP SClIOOIiS. J Only another week of the school vacation remains, and therefore parents should bo much concerned as to the proper choice of a school 6 Ivr men uiuiuicn. xiiio io ...v.j uuiamuia so, particularly so as to Catholic parents, upon whom rests a great IRISH VICTOKY FUXD. obligation to see that their children The most encouraging thing about This can are properly educated. drive for the. Irish by sending them to the nation-wld- o best be done '4 : '' Victory Fund, as it has been pointed those schools where they will out before, Is that wherever the a Christian education, that In addition to being forced to pay their way at Louisville's City work is undertaken with a will It will make them loyal and has proved possible not merely to Hospital, the latest exposes hows that patients were served with There can be no citizens. excuse for failure in this duty of redeem the pledges given and fill bugs and vermin in the food. "Reform1' comes high but we must Catholic parents, as there are every the quota.s set but to surpass them. have it. d where parochial schools, academies, There Is evidence that this is colleges where the youth will pening in many places. The impetus er, Philip Murphy, has gone to InCOMING EVENTS. dianapolis to visit Mrs. Brown. j" be taught both love of God and0' the great cause in which they country and also their neighbor, "o so vitally engaged Is carrying Aug. 2d Moonlight excursion of Albert Malone, who has been re' Only a Christian education will th( collectors of Ireland's war chest Mackin 'Social Club on East St. leased from the navy, left last week far beyond their goals. Still more Louis. with his brother, William Malone, save our country from the ills and , .August 26 Ladles' Auxiliary, A. for Bay View, Mich., where they are Isms that now threaten the world. gratifying are the Instances of com sueats munities which did not oven bother O. H., euchre and lawn party, at Jonn .of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. to fix a quota but set to work with Hibernian Home, Eighteenth and couage. Malone, at their summer IUUDS OP A FJ3ATHRR. Portland. "the blue sky for the limit" and Lawn fete of WORKING GIRLS' CAMPAIGN. The "A. P. A. organizations In have made good. Massachusetts is St. August Louis Bertrand'a church, on lawn America have invited Blusterer still rolling up the total. Phila- of Bertrand Hall. The committee in charce of the Carson to come here on a lecture delphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, BufAug. 29 'Moonlight excursion Of homo for wnrklnc labor-save- r vimnln tour, giving his views of the Irish falo, Indianapolis, Bridgeport, Rhode Hibernian Social Club on East St. mQt , .u..j... be In good Island, New Jersey, New York, all question. Carson would night. After E. J. Cooney was . company, as during the European are at work. But let it be remem- lected temporary Chairman the fea- u " "Ul tures of the "" proposed "lutuugrUndS' war ho saw to it that ho nor none bered that more work Is still th e campaign wero discussed rvSnfChtnLCHhUrCh of His Kin were exposed to any d The fund is by no means near thuslasm. A large number of the danger, while the patriots on this completion. ntprsrv wftrA nrAqant and sovot--il nf "" """"""""" The Irish race in ", 9 (Incorporated) holo until the America is pledged to raise $2,000,-00side crawled in their ! our most prominent Catholic lay- war was over and postponed their Tno Yery Rev- - Father k men Undoubtedly they will make MAIN 2182 CITY 2182 4c Schuhmann. the 'Rev. Fathers Wll- IV usual sham patriot stuff of flag good, but the goal Is not yet in . ii ,ett o'Grady, Daniels, raisings and little red school house jsfghtthe lssuo stnj hangs ln the wvuuuui, iuejuuj- - uuu tuners spoKe demonstrations. By the way, In all balance Mem my, in mvur or a campaign ThIs aone shouldbe throughout the city and the the after war gatherings and honor- - laUmuIus enough for all communlties Mildred ing of heroes has anyone heard of which have not yet "taken off their in Lebanon, Ky. SDaldlne Is vlsltlne cese of Louisville to nrocure for tho working girls of the city a suitable a crowd of tho Junior Order, Daugh- coats, and rolled up their sleeves' place to live. From the general E. J. Bosler was last week a guest sentiment expressed it appears the ters of Liberty, Knights of Luther Many States and cities have yet to, of the Hotel McAlpIn, New York amount to be raised will be $200,-Cltand their kind assembling to honor be heard from. Col. P. H. .Callahan, Louis , 000. any of their members who received Russell and other leading business FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. a war decoration or had any part Miss Katherlne Owens has been nien were of the opinion that with DAMAGING EVIDENCE. , tihe proper organization this amount visiting Miss Mary Cochran at East-There's a in winning tho war? was needed and could be raised The Senate Committee on Foreign wood. reason, as the advertisers say. Visitation Home, the only instltu- Relations is bringing out some in"There's no such anlmilo." MIss Bessie McGee was last week tlon in the city devoted exclusively formation that Is rather damaging the guest of Miss Martina Bowling to the purpose of the working , girls, now accommodates eighty G. O. r. IN TROUBLE. to the proposed iLeague of Nations. at New Haven. " girls, and Sister Mary Gertrude ln- fife Secretary Lansing admitted before ""v MIbs Adeline Tuesday formed the committee that on The Republican party in Kentucky the committee that he had no know- for Owensboro, Nealy leftshe will veiy day five applcants for that where is finding a revolution In its Tanks ledge of the secret treaty1 i commodatlon a month. had been turned away between for lack of room. It was pointed that threatens to Impair the Japan and tho entente allies reout that for Mrs. if SSI?"'4" crn fortunes of the party for some time. garding Shantung until tho peace George Charles P. Dehler" and son. accommodated the eighty girls now are only two Year in and year out the party conference was nearly half over. for ML Kelner Dehler, left Saturday bath tubs; that there flues and heat- Clemons, Mich. the lng facilities of the present home never consulted the colored voters In September, 1917, he had entrcd Mrs. and Mrs. Loo DeSpaln had as are in suah condition that it will be as to nominations, conventions or into an agreement with Viscount -, Impossible to the past week other party matters and always Ishii, Japanese Ambassador to 'the their guest of New Haven. Miss Vir- rooms during provide heat in the ginia Ford, the winter. Stress counted on tho solid vote of the United States, but the Ambassador was laid upon the undeslrablllty of Miss Susie Dletz. of Dayton. Ohio. tne present location of the home, It This carpet- had then told him that he had ascolored Republicans. bag method was successful until this sured Sir Edward Grey, the British is in Jeffersonville to spend two being In a section of the city where Eirls going to and from their work year when two or tho awakened Foreign Minister, that Japan would weeks as the guest of friends. I were liable and in fact not Infre- colored men offered for office. The restore Dr. D, J. Healy and Mrs. Healy, of quently subjected to humiliating u to China. SecreThe appropriate time Republican machine, aided by the tary Lansing was left ln the dark Lexington, are spending several ' annoyance. beginning the campaign was i for city and county administration, toy as to the secret treaty whereby weeks with Mrs. A. R. Bergman. discussed at length. An Executive bluffs, threats, bribery and intimida- the allies guaranteed the award of Mrs. Joseph Price has been enter- - Committee headed by Dr. Schuh- OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS tion of every sort claim to have Shantung to Japan. (Neither did talnlng the past week for her sister, mann and Col. Callahan, was ap pointed, with Father Wlllett, Louis defeated one of the colored omen former Premier VivlanI nor Balfour Miss Josie Boone, of New Haven. Russell and such others as the You Waited Years For Opportunity Like This You'll Wait Years Again ninety votes in a district of which mention it when they visited Mr, and Mrs. John J. Barry, of committee might invite to assist In cent, of the voters are America after we had 75 per Have you seen people huntine this town over for a place to live? Have seenrents?" Then entered the Drook street, are visiting in Detroit, the selection of a Campaign ChairRepublicans. Tho latter war. The Secretary found out only Toronto and other places of interest. man and a complete campaign or meet the demand by building a house on that vacant lot, and turn it while you have a "top market." colored ganization with a detail of plans to hare refused to accept the result j last February that secret promises If you want a safe, sure, certain investment, buy a lot and build a house on it. Don't wait for Miss Edith Donahue, of Shawnee be reported back to a meeting of contesting tho election, had been made to JapaD( wh,ch ma drive, left Monday evening for a the whole committee next Tuesday and are prices to eo down they aren't eoine down for years. The time to build is when the marketis.eood. whilo ithe leaders of the race country was expected to ratify in two weeks' visit to relatives in St. night, August 26, at which every body directly Interested ln the wel Prices may be hiph so are your returns. Louis. throughout the entire South have tho peace treaty. fare of the working girls of Louisdeclared war on tho G. O. P Have you planned to own your own home.! Then now, if ever with rents goine still higher, It also transpires that Article X - W. A. Wentzell and A. Wentzell ville and willing to help ln providing them with suitable and neces- is the time to build just what you've wanted and move into it. of the proposed League of Nations were '.Louisville visitors in New York sary accommodations is Invited to ENGLAND EXPOSED. was In tho original draft of the City last week, registered at the be present. You can get materials and labor and deliveries now a few months hence, when the building Gregorian. league submitted by and Reconstruction movement is in full swing' you'll wonder why you pass the chance you have now. President Enraged by the exposure in the THIS RIGHT HERE! A. Gathof Mr. Every house you build releases another home or' appartment adds to the posperity of the report, England has Wilson. Wo had supposed that this Miss and Mrs. N.left Tuesday and e Clara Gathof for city adds to your prosperity, Talk this over withyour contractor and start figuring today. passport and censor- objectionable feature of tho pro- Covington, where they are making tightened her Ono of the most bitter and maposed leaguo was forced upon him licious campaigns of bigotry that their home. ship restrictions to hide from the ho accepted the British draft when have ever disgraced the United world tho brutal treatment she is as a Mrs. B. C. Staples, Highland Park, States is now being waged against substitute. The guarantees of Inflicting upon a peaceful, present boundary lines and the had with her the past week her the Catholics oL Gadsden, Ala, The people. American citizens pledging brother, Archie Fitzgerald, who is persecutors of our people ln that of the fores of the United on his furlough. town are so rabid in their hatred are denied admission to Ireland States to maintain them were that .they are straining every effort even when a request is put forward Miss Mayme Constantino, who to make it impossible for a Catholic Wilson's Idea; that he accepted and by tho United States Government approved them early In .the negotia made an extended visit to relatives to live there. They are using all ln Georgia, has returned to her the old stale lies; Political al for passports. John Bull wants no tions. Is this samo Artlco X home In Jeffersonville. legiance to the Pope, immorality of outsiders to view his criminal acts, which It is causing much trouble In monasteries and convents, etc. They and paves the way for his usual Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooiey have refuse to have any ibuslness or sothe Senate and which, it Is now massacres of Irish people by sendreturned practically agreod, must bo modified months tofrom a motor trip of two cial relations with our Goshen, Ind., Sioux Falls, and they are threatening a ing out stories of uprisings, rebeland Interpreted before the treaty S. D., and other Western points. boycott against all lions, etc. who will not Join them. In their percan be adopted. Mrs. Russell Bond, of VJncennes, secution. There is a very signifi(l iHOi) Bil fan . These revelations, the True Voice WILVT BRISBANE SAYS. was the guest of Miss cant reason, for this exacerbation of Ind., says, throw a flood of light upon Helen who Duble, East Maple .street, Jef- bigotry at the, present time. About Build Now! It Will Furnish Employment Keep Times Good! two years ago the Gadsden General iArthur Brisbane' says editorially the work of the American delegates fersonville, has departed for home. Hospital was purchased by tho Sisat Paris. They were pitted against In the Washington Times that those Mr. and Mrs. governments who were trying to Uhe shrew.dest and most unscrupul and son, SamuelJoseph Conway Dodd ters of Providence, who have made CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE Allen Dodd, return- tne institution, sucn a blessing to force on Russia a handplcked ruler ous schemers of the world and they ed Thursday from Xioland, Mich.,, the sick especially the poor re-, AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: . have perhaps loarned a lesson now were kept la the dark as to vital and are at their home In Audubon garmess 01 creea, coior or social C. C. Mengel and Bros. Company condition, that they have been dis- Louisville Gas and Electric Co. that Kolchak appears to have points until the proper stage of de arming the prejudice of honest non- - Norman Lumber Company y velopment had been reached. The reached the end of his rope, Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER) Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ca&slllv an Catholics and winning fair considfa ihef United States Gover- President seems to have beentne nounce the engagement of their eration for the. church, whicih in- Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. The Caloric Furnace Company nment hp insists, "la in any way uuij one wjio Knew me insiae facts daughter, Miss Mary Dorothy Cas- - spires such devotion and charity .to Southern Brick and Tile Co. 110 S. 4th. St. Plpo nnd Plpeless Furnnces. afflicted humanity, Tho good Sisters 'equipped to select rulers or make How much he knew can onfy be T. JBlHlibjr), Agtcnt, Cor. 18th nnd Ormsby have neither received nor asked Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. lw for nations across the water, guessed. He now seems th be any aid from the public, the city, Central Glass Company Automatic "Water Heaters, 5181-- 2 S. Second Mr. and Mrs. Clement F. Schildt the county or the State, although Two hundred million JRussians will anxious to have the Senate ratify and decide wht they want to do with- the treaty without shedding eW and sons' Robert and Clement, BHa they have operated the hospital at mi egg1 !S TT Coakley Revolution to the signing of the ar,vJ bigots out help from us. The sooner the light upon the negotiations or thi MJsses Rose home afterand motor a loss. Nevertheless theand are say mistice last November; and they O'Connor are Ina they must be, "banished, II people of this country instruct their reasons. lor accepting V & Mv?CMITiTiTV difficult trip to Harrodstourg and the covin timidating physicians, who bepause promise full and accurate Informa BriTV.: INffi CONCERT? VAVDEVUlf Official employes to mind the busi- points. That method worked with try. of the excellent are and service re tion, either in pamphlets or news, TWO" jxutyr TVXS PAllY ceived at the hospital send their paper articles, upon such questions 1a AahahIahh country the better It hid tftnltaat1 ni ness of this ', f aAHCING-JtJ MMfl r lAxv 11m SWtrtWW POOL If patients this de as "Allegiance of Catholics to the delegation at Pari though it must , children. Btnlle. A1 and THenore. of spicable there, To combat Catholics Pope ln Politics," "The Temporal rmsTviuvfMnsKm( .will t for the United States." JM(& AN SAHJTAW persecution the ' y BillllllllV fTIll. MDt" be said to their credit that they Memphis. Tenn.,ara here to epaad .have resorted to a- - campaign of edu- Power of the Pope," ."Opposition of 4 ETERIA. " RESTAVRAHT 6 LUXE Catholics to Our Free Institutions" '"rg They had a protested against the Shantung deal. two weeks as ther.gueeta of Mr. and cationea PHOPLB WANT ACTION. r. Until' locvlT-f- v Our jr-'- -' advertisement la the Gadsden Even- and "The School Question.!' v uniijwiuic .a ry - Iwr.n .s.i But the Sent wants Information Mrs. Hay Bizot; 3409 wast v way. ing' Journal, explaining in detail the 'Catholic brethren in some parts of EVEHY NKSHT3J lVVEKY.DV.,'itriSCHEllT CENTER .'' It (a a pity Hut the President before it acts. And the more In malicious tactics of the bigots and the south have a pretty hard time spoiled what would otherwise, be re-- formation it; gats Uw wore It $ i (Miss Blmma Murphy. 1402 . Hkln i appealing for. American fair play. of It. They deserve our sympathy proscription' "practiced we American but what la the constiand substantial support, mrAaA a m. ateiMmaniiVa uhiu 1' nuiu rir iuc tn.t,. -- ,i - i,. avenue. Newt Albany, lias returned They recite the admirable record of I flan our them materially by giving against them. The constitution of of .worship,the bigots of the South? friMR lster, iCwi. W." A,j aohlwrwBwit and patriotic service, id tution to hv fhfl -iniwHmi of iatriKtbvBai - puri.Lon wy v vwV w awiWWOTM "Browm, ladiaaapetts, and as broth- - written by our 'pb$4 from the the very widest jtbHcItr to the un- - the Uaited States promises freedom A mere scrap of paper! re-cel- vo law-aoldl- ng But a Laundress Is Hard to Find hap-an- . " , trli-l- I irtui WASHER will show you the way to washday comfort. If your laundress disappoints you, don't worry; just call our Commercial Department and a Washing Machine Expert will demonstrate to you the thoroughness with which does its work. this wonderful AN ELECTRIC "". - I Louisville Gas & Electric ! Co. 0. w-wii- CAICf; Nl'H'JP - t , w-aia- I I I , y. t I Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment I -- fS55 . I HBf I -- Klao-Cha- an Walsh-Dunn- " ttaw-abldi- ng non-Catholi-cs and , 4,No-bod- ( &'ZJTJLX?he r" iri 4 f-t- mm WW I I '! BnatMMtt&l&eEST ...SIB HBTa H W a W V A B9 A A t ' jrea four-colu- .iucj.' 5-- ,JS,;St. "tftVi)rvcNoiiuuHnTTr ... N-- -- -. .w,,-w-.- a. br I .yav "t a V t"- KJ&HVODXJOKY RELIABLE GLIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Correct Glasses Are as . Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet, the Requirements of Oculists' Prescriptions. IRISH AMBHICAK. FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. mnririlHKBi W H"tti"ffffffff"HRp-$UflFrffffVffBff- af VjK"WWIBPTO,-vVSSHRffisS?.J- ii HSSSISHH !fc- - r i ASK ANY OCUMST CIS FOURTH AVENUE REPAIRING THE BALL OPTICAL CO. OPP. MARY ANDERSON WELDIN MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. W know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. I WE HAVE IN STOCK MONUMENTS l MARKERS Bought before tho recent advance in prices. If in need ol work of this kind it will pay you to get our prices. Special attention given to orders. n Expert Attention On Repairs On All Slakes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING B. F. MARQESS & CO. 414 S. Second St., Louisville, Ky. AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Itoth Phonos 2300 ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTII SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. I &JS I PROPERLY Road Service. EXGLBHARD'S KNMSOR CHEROKEE ICED 1EA BLENDED ASK YOUR GROCER. Home City 8300 Silk Shirts When Swiss cleaned never lose their newness. One trial wilL con vince you. SCENE AT VERSAILLES AFTER THE SIGNING OF THE PEACE TREATY WITH GERMANY. A great crowd surging about the Allied peace delegates, headed by President Wilson and Bremlera C emonccau and Lloyd George, as they left tho Hall of Mirrors. Mess rs. Lloyd Georce ' Wilson can be seon at the left center, a few yards behind the Paris Prefect of PoUce. iSert Presldent-KlnfribeB le" t0 X,Sht' prcsldent and Mrs- - Wilson, Qun Elizabeth andrt JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 West 1107a. WEST A1ARKET STREET PhonesShawnee 1243. Cumberland CLEANED, PACKED SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Stark's New Method Shoe Shop The price of Is continually advancing. Weleatheradvanced some have on our repairing, but not near In proportion to the price of leather. y' th0 QUomy wh,oh woruseeS motto ls' has bccn and always win" b ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2481 MONTGOMERY STREET Borne Phone Shawnee 1010 JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 941 South Third St. " the middle and working classes, and STBXCT&T QUAHITT. KNIGHTS TO SALVAGE. the great benefits to bo derived Pleasure in informiiV?i.also therefrom were realized by tho ing the public we aro now In post- Announcement was made leaders of the Catholic Women's in iNew York that within a Saturday JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. .f,rst class workmanfew days fcj.i1.it f t t t ...... ...... ship iender prompt service. To be con- SAM Jj. ROBERTSON Leamie of Switzerland during fha William J. Mulligan, Chairman of Headquarters for TVFVTTTTTT..j s,aten,ent m' ask youCeto late severe visitation. In Central the Knights of Columbus Committee try usf 4 CONTRACTOK FOB Blatt and Social Justice an artioJa u vyur Activities, would sail for PROPERTY AND FARM CITY Our location la: Lesson and Helpful Suggestion From appeared treating of the efforts of Europe to 'begin salvaging property ii See us about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW me iamoiic women's association In of the organization that has bees rhSfS?uh.,FSurUi street' between Chicago's Home Nursing Broadway, and in no estate. We sell, buy and rent. that country In this regard, describ- used in its war activities. He will way r repairconnected with any other shoo Courses, St. ing ithe system observed there, when visit France, !15 8. Twenty-sixt-h 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. jjhop in the cit. Look for Belgium the electric sign "STABK." emergency instruction was given to Rhlneland. The salvage and tho Home Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee 168 work InHomo Phone, City 231 all who would come. We are in- volves hundreds of thousands of dolCumb. Phono, Main 1288-formed that 200 single" and married lars' worth of buildings and wareSEE POOLEY FOR BIONEY. Training in Nursing by the Catholic ladies attended such an emergency houses that will have to be dismanhaving regular inWM. P. BANNON Leans to those course given in- a small town, tled. These arn nvlrinlv in comes or salary, with no publicity Lady Women's Associations In 10c under the auspices of the Belleau Woods, In Chateau Thierry, or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER Switzerland. Catholic women's district organiza- In the Argonne, along tho left bank security. Ohio River Fish n their personal tion, thp participants being divided of the Meuse and In every section A. . 5c Brook and Bloom POOLEY. P. II. into four groups or classes. Practical where American troops were, from HEGElVJEn DAILY Building City 8380 Instruction was Imnnrtari aa waII no the Swiss border to the Belgian Cumb. S. 16S-- T Room 1, Courier-JournOHIO RIVER coast. One place that will be disProspect Is Designed to Core For theoretical. 8. Fourth Street. Considering tho fact 415 Best Cigars mantled will uiai jiuzKircnen nas a population of nut kitchen be the K. of C. doughthe Sick In Their In Coblenz, Germany. Home City 2803 but 729 Catholfn nnnla iha T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR WORK A ance must be conafderAd hut llttla Speaking of the work being done to- V V f T 'V T '1' '1' V '!"!' 'I' H' 'I' 'l$ 1 l i' Jf j. ., f Homes. SPECIALTY short of general. On the same days day, Chairman Mulligan said: Incorporated. "We still have 500 secretaries similar courses were held under the FRED HORNUNG, JR. same .general auspices at another abroad, and 200 places which 'for 'Ai Neat to You at Ibe Nearest Pfaoa" ST. SOUTH WENZEL PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING INFLUENZA AGAIN TIHtEATENB. place with an attendance of 100 Bume iime win oe ousy. we will girls and women, while at a third remain overseas as long as there is FUNERAL A SPECIALTY. FLOWERS Both Phones 4203 712 West Jefferson Street place the attendance is said to have need of our services, and that means until tho American army dwindles Louisville, Ky. been "gratlfyingly largo." A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 to the last few hundred men. Most & Fish Co. The The Republican, of OhloaEO. re with thoChicago undertaking, along of our work now is concentrated in A, SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 "SOUTHERN STAR" Home Phono Shawnee 801 example given by the Cath- the Rhlneland and the ports, cently printed an interesting item olic women's" organization of Switzer311 East Jefferson Street. such SLICED BACON HENRY GOSS renaming tne eacaDiisnment or a land, may well be regarded as an In- as Brest, where we have ten huts, Home City 1061. In the Roofing, Guttering, Snouting and also In Antwerp, 'Belgium. In "All Ready for Your Griddle training school for nursing In that centive to tho Catholio women of London Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted city by direction of Mayor ThompMorning" are still our country. Even it the Chicago working and in Ireland wo Wo have at top speed. son. The Mayor's projeot is designed municipal venture were duplicated HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty been fortunate In getting supplies to IX) UIS VILLE PROVISION CO. 2011 W. Broadway, LoulsvUle, Ky. to prepare married and single women in hundreds of American cities, our secretary, Garry 'McGarry, the for the task of nursing tho sick in there Would fltlll he, npMolrin fnr Incorporated former musical comedy star, who Is PC0 tourfoifrmuf iatirm I Round Trip memtheir homes above GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. bers of their familiesall, the own Catholic women's organizations to In Siberia. Wo have also in their ANIMALS "fill in" with similar work among DEAD with the A. E. F. in the educa- Ve telegraph Flowers Everywhere Incorporated. homes to assist tho physician In ON STEAMERS of who not at every way possible, to observe and those suchtheir sex hmi.ii can nt Poo tional work. Several of our secreCASH PRICES PAID A. Lazar, Manager HIGHEST courses tend taries were professors in tho UniMoney Advanced on Your Plain Note teach their children or vountrer distance from home, or because the versity at Beaune. America Queen City Our present MhKT 81D.NKV Call Homo Phone City 721; sisters and brothers the elements courses are rather lengthy. Such efforts abroad are iii is west jcuerson street concentrated In Cumb. Phono Main 721. of hygiene and the special methods lining in- - coma De aone At 5 P. M. Every Friday. DiaiRMrfi (Second Floor) in a num- giving each soldier Individual Of TirnvmiHlrvn of nntji iHrm nnrl In ber of cities; it 1ODISVILLE RENDERING CO. Home Phone City 2967. fection. Tlin vnpv n.iTiHr.itlii.r TvnrnnnA ly predicted besidesthe may be safeWatches number of mentioned by Mayor Thompson In municipalities ithat following tho Chicago GOLWEN JUBILEE. NATIONAL HATTERS the announcement of his plan is to example will too and Jewelry HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Some Phone City 1931 MEET THE BOAT TRIPS provide instruction and training for The objection bo none raised large. Very quietly and beautifully was may bo TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. tho event of a nosslblv nftenrrlnir It would bo exceedingly difficultthat the golden Jubilee of tho religious EverV Sundav nt r n m frr.tn TJ.1,1 to For S25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. epidemic of influenza and pneu All Kinds of Footwear For the do this sort of work, since un- profession of Sister Mary Edward, and River. Less Money Whole Family Suits Pressed While You Walt. monia. Ho says in the statement doubtedly the Chicago venture is of the Lorettlno Sisterhood, celePlione Main or City 141. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While announcing hla plans! Vt consuming much time brated at St. Mary's church In this reTwo HAMBLY'S Stores Vou Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and "When Inflitnnvn. ir w1in iirnn quiring a lanre staff and a. and rmmtinn: city on Sunday last. Sister Mary Hats a Specialty. Shaw. 1716 tnd Delivered. Our Work Called For then called la grippe, visited Chicago lively large sum of money. In an- Edward had spent her entire re 20th and Portland. 08 V. JefferDo You Motto: "Service, thirty years ago It remained an unCity 7164 son St. 18th and Magazine ligious uro almost in Louisville, laswer to this objection attention and Quality." welcome visitor for more than three the exanrnlft irlvpn hvwe point to boring In St. Mary's school, Eighth ihn DO TOU WANT TO SEIt OR BUT? years, recurrlne each vear after the women, and renlv fchnt bik1i Snr'sa and Cedar, for forty-on- e years. The THE SIGN OF QUALITY I can Sell or Trade or linti a PEOPLE'S FXOVXDEHT AsseciATie Initial outbreak. The Commissioner could bo engaged in practically any- church and sanctuary were taste- Buyer for your Business, Farm. Mine aighl'd 741S Incorporated of Health of Chicago and many where, with a minimum of expense, luuy aecoratea in wnite ana gold, tion. We have Businesses and East 180 s other health officers believe that It and with tho services of one or two and the edifice was thronged with Was Onraslztd fcy WdlWcaowxt CitUeu of every kind For Sale in to Xaks Will Terform aa It dirt thfrf.r vAara Physicians or cradtintod KENTUCKY friends and well wishers, many of any part of Kentucky, Indiana nitraoA In X, ago and be with us again this com- each LAUNDRY whom were heads of families and AX j! and othes stales. instance. The opportunity ing fall and winter. Therefore" tho charitable effort Is splondid; for had been her pupils. A notable feaCO. and Other Terso&sl If You Want To Buy or Sell at Oa raraltar it ture of the Jubilee was the feeling Property at Mayors says, "It behooves us, to bo should not be altogether Auction or Private Salt Incorporated neglected. tribute paid by the venerable nrenared. and In mivlnr fhnt itnn.nv nt :: Father "Write or Call IOWX1I SU.TBS 2 0. E. of C. V. our people will not suffer for want Westermann during the Jubilee mass ' We COLEMAN BUILDING Underbill St to the life and work of Sister Mary X pendent have the lanra.t lnA. , , nurses as itney am last tall a plan BUSINESS EXCHANGE oi rord Kepalr Shop la VOCATIONS INCREASE. 8. H. COR. THIIID AND JEFFERSON leo. Dearborn uawaru. rno ceieDrants or tne mass has been devised for an eight weeks' Auctioneer and Soal Estate Both Phones 2886 jup moaern jacmutt mean ; Manager pnilTRO tnv fha mnihana were Father Andrews, O. M. C; tho tr.llnlnc kUled 2 service at reaionable 1, TJie number of vocations to the Rev. Father Alphonsous. C P., deaLOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. wives and sisters of Chicago who cost. ! priesthood has shown a marked Cumb. Phone, Main 2960 con, and the Rev. M. Melody, OET OUR PRIDES Medliy Hotel and Restaurant JNO. P. MORTON & CO. desire to become proficient In homo Homo Phone, City S3 13 "Any Kake Oar Sowed la" Following the mass a reIn Ireland during tho past nursing. This course will bo free." If Ton Want to iist With Us, INCORPORATED The advantages offered by a series few years. .A"t nresant"! Ilin Trlaih ception was attended by 500 former : Send for Contract Right Services pupils, who showered her with DUGAN GAR GE ii of courses of Ktabl!hed 1820. Loaiaville.Ky. h irnJnRald. this nature can not- seminaries axe overcrowded. May- - gifts. During her career as a teachTho rmro.t7li rnnrar- nootn college, iwhlch usually has Right Prices ledge acquired by many throughout slightly over 500 students, has now er in the parish school It ls estiIf You Are Bhop Foreman and General Employer Day and Night OFFICB OUIFITTKES children had been Manager the country during the recent over GOO. The nhlnpsn ftelnn mated that 3,000 supervision. With 1.11K ROTITW nnnntf mnvm placed under her And Need a Girl Worker, PRINTERS epidemic was paid for dearly and Society, established two years ago her labors completed as a teacher, 620 WEST MARKET ST. STATIONERS was gainea an aoo late to prevent from Maynooth, has received this OR many deaths and great suffering. year over 300 applications from aister aiary isawara win go to tne Both Phones 2406 mother home at Loretto, whoro she The advisability of having such students for its new chHmta nmr will spend THE VERY BEST the remaining days of her A 00 If You Are Girl courses, accessible to women from Galway. life. Nall Sclrtflct td Mstnul Adolpb Reutlinger TmW And Need a Position F1RB INSURANCE Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy Main 3359 City 3359 CALL US TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Chiropodist PLATE GLASS Womin's Activities, SQFT DRINKS SBBBS slsSBBW B07 123 SOUTH THIRO 8TRBBT National Catholic War Council Starka FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES PREPARE Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. T SMOKE ::TARPY'S Dash Little ' ........ J0 Y - Hitz-kiiwhe- n, Fresh al Made! 608-51- 0 . Segal Boyer H mnammtmp $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 $2 and -- WanttoSellorBuy Kilter-prise- mo 014-02- FORDS repaired 1 ETHBRIDOE 701-70- se sub-deaco- n. an . S1UTLINQIE CORNS,BUNIONS sssSssW EPPING'S J. M. tirbf a Worker SOUTH " ll i 1 Li' new Transacted. SAVIf'GS LOUISVniLH AND DEPOSIT BANK FohtUi and Central Avenue Three Per Cent Paid on Saving Deposits. A General Banking Bus) BUCKNER TOBACCONIST -- Ratk w. BniMli MWtf, Ph.. 067 South Foartli St. WHOLESALE NOW 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. ' PVBBSlslsBSWfeBSSSSSSSsHlBSSulbBSSSSBSSSSSSSsH BSSSSsBsSSSSSslakVBISSIBSlBSsBIBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSllSSSSSBSSS r tfSL BSSSSSSSSSsHF "ifHB ' K. PFEIFFER JOHN B. WATHEN FLORIST FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN Street 421 South Thirty-eight- h 2535 West Walnut Street Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Works. Home Phone Shawnee 1986 Phone Shawnee 559-L. KATIOKAZ. 633 Smith Motor Wheel $40 yioaea FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Editor, has made scores of his XAT CiEAWUrO WORKS readers from 50 per cent, to 500 per cent, on Investments, who have Albert Smith, Prop. followed his "tips" on wjiat to buy WEST MARICET STREET and when to sell, in oil and mining Home Phone, City 6161 stocks, during past year. He knows "Who's Who" in tho nil tram All Information strictly confidential. Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal J2. (Preo with each new ins our specialty. subscrlntion a Iminflful man f Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea ut an airpiane view of the State, worth 5; 14x22 Inches.) "Write for free namnlA rnnv in no 00a Illustrated, 2 ouuoing, .Liouisviue, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southern STRAW CLEANING, Avoid tho rush bv enn. BUltlnP US now. Pnnnmn llat Cleaning-- and Blocks FOIt IS THE East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, TIME Employment Bureau. HAT OLD MAN HARRIS JMESS?. J?hoaes CET VM KNOW I Leeal and Ion distance moving: with motor vans. Furniture, packing and Ba- AH work guaranteed. a shipping. tlmatea cheerfully furnished free of charge. ., Twin motorcycle $100. One Twin Indian. One R. S. Single, $50. One Yale Twin oheap. 38x3 Inner Tubes, $1.50. Cut price On supplies. Carrier FnrtK A. AKXOXiB ft BOW AVOTZOX ft 8TOXASX OO. 4flS R. L. DAVIS, Agent, S. W. Corner Seventh am mi ni Jeftersen (Inoomorated) Wwt Kaln gtrett aad Broadway HkBSsllSSSBSSSSslHIKnTs& UW National - Roofing and M fw Ufa. ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE Sttpply Company -- '' H. BOSSES SON AUTO OWNERS We Aro Motor Doctors, 4JndsSSSSkS . Phone Shawnee 42. t MfaWjHHsSSSSSSSMBsSSSsH JSMMlSSIBSSsHRlikBSSSSISSSSSMlWtf nfaftt, Coal Tar, Tarren Felt, OMi JUofct (A ftpeotaMr). 1M W. Maim ., ftOM OHy ISM; Mate 14M-- lit TT. Y m. DeprtiBt. Uth ' ,w hul irSI b.ntnnA AHH- .Teraw n4rat paratecr , Smlwir, StMlsvilU. Ky 4 ay Mi Xaveriaa Brnera bombusc and ' 'Buetaxt S00.TTLINO OF ,HUN PL JJBT AT SOAPA PLOW. Photo .hows h Wndnburjr re sttag m th bottom of 8caa Plow la hllow water. XMt at. Ommii who av the atakln of ps taken rop of Ornma tUtt office and ordr for th BritUhtuard their ahl- coiwra. m wtaoMn. jwtty Hora under m rt( Klt insirt. lMrt, rs ,peru Are Heady to Serve Yen. c Funeral Kfcctws Pull line Of TlrftR. Tubas sd Aa. ceeeories. Tires and Tubes Vuleaa-iand Embalmers. Batteries oharui imi m. yalred. lO VmHBK AVslKUl nmthAxp AOTO KBPAIR op d. Skill! Mx- - WfT . Twmtf thttk St. saz&jst'rzjoxrsr SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL " ijish umimrwpnimnMHini.iimr a:m3b?xoaini.miNIIHiil " - KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY '4 $$?$ ''" '" iTn ' ' ntr - afc"s , ... "'v ' riftuuili 1.1 in m' n in z&x-- 4 - "W ,) ' ME1N ONE-PIECE a A M J HP J Ym.iI. SEPTEMBER 8-1- 3, 1919 5 v-- HflPk .wiinaB! ii ; SUITS... TRY US $1.25 . 'iiiiia-HI- '' .1., :- THREE-PIEC- E SUITS H i $1.50 INCORPORATED ' - $10,000.00 Saddle Horse Stake. $20,000.00 Beef . Cattle Show. $ZU,UUU.UU fatted ana reeaing held in State. Biggest Baby Health Contest-eveBoys' Corn and Pig Clubs Display. Automobile Speed Contests for large purses by worlds famous drivers. Trotting and Running Races. High-clas- s and Hippodrome attractions. r 8110,000.00 IN PREMIUMS. J ?w - .' ..- wf r ill ' ii,t ''. hi -.f- b . -: wjc-i.:'iH- tr,";ll i ii ,15.7? i.l.rf.it-11-M.WI HBMiRWMii.m -Y . A.it , . aaBBaii nHHBll-- l .c f , is v - ,? ' iri:Sai-'.' r. A WB ARK RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. ,wnw-- K Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. HARRY B. DRIVER, President. i , ! to mkmwi 4 Mid-wa- y Regiment Band, Lieut. Eben, Director. by Seventy-firs- t Forty Musicians. Professional Vocalists and Immense Local Chorus. Other FOUNT T. CREAMER, Secretary, Louisville, Kentucky. Qui Republic Building On SPECIAL Sunday, September 7, 1919, hear Sacred Concert For Catalogue v Rtekfec.-'- - sgBnBHEw' fe vw wJi9H 'bLbbbb- lajT3 e SiHB; . .ikM: T 57' '"" """" " :.:C" v A "&An;AivSlsil-h( ' wn :A' .'" j - i 9n y S. - , -- C ,1 'iwr3? 991IH S'f.PAl;A'4K'uyaHvUAlTl-l-l-K- m v,, j vd ihbibbv Both Phones 2635. Inter-Southe- rn 421 W. Chestnut St Life LOUISVILLE, Insurance Co. KY. d, t . liv -, - T FIF)1JTi1bWbbbWIbbbWMbbbbI I JAMES R. DUFPIN, President. Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-dzectean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso stnndlng nnd courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies give It a position of tho very highest rank? bbbbbbm BB V-- RA1LUOAD RATES. RBDUOBD and Information, Write tV" ' ' - a-Sf, ,v 1K:V ir.iX '':TA. :;a "'. . ;BBBBBBBBBBBPBPiPill''i;' :'I W' WKBtilJKKKKr ? . SbbbbbbbbbI'-?'.- ' '?;; ' .?WFJ'1?f ' hSSbbbbbbbV ,A'Pbbbb1bbbbbbbb ' - I .& : 'V bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWItBBBBBl ll'W '4ifl-y&- a Jj 'c'f yl-- , ?rx?? svwx&ASaS&wnraHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB "" I ' '' fl " jEjJL'BbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT' CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS, FOR PROTEC-TIOOF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000. N Mackin Council, Y. M. I. Last Moonlight of Season STEAMER EAST ST. LOUIS Barnes. TWO PAGES OP SIGNATURES TO TREATY OP PEACE. President Wilson's signature is first, followed by those of Robert Lansing, Henry White, E. M. House, Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, Premier Lloyd George, A. Bonar Law, Lord Milner, A. J. Balfour and George H. $1,063,-368.63. Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law moro than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than tho 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 Offlco of tho Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N Tuesday, August 26, 1919 Boat Leaves Fourth Street 8:30 P. M. elals, etc., tho Knights spent Freight and Insurance cost the Knights $92,411.53 and .general This administration $138,058.18. item covered salaries and expenses of headquarters staff, publicity, and rents and office supplies and InciOther disburseGive Full Account of Stewardship of dental expenses. ments, including funds at offices of Their Slini-- of Wnr department directors and camps and hospitals to meet the hourly needs Fund. of operations, amounted to K. Of REGENT DEATHS. C. LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. $908,-616.4- 8. Nathaniel James Greene, twenty-tw- o years old, a discharged soldier, died Sunday afternoon at his residence, 1126 South Twenty-firstreet. He is survived by- his father, J. M. Greene, and one sister. Funeral services were held from Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father Walsh celebrating the requiem mass. st - their overseas work the Of Over Seven' Millions Spent on Free Knights spent $9,550,082.02.spent this on amount $50,294.41 was building and equipment; $623,700.01 Creature Comforts For TICKETS 50 CENTS. ORCHESTRA SWAN'S on personnel expense; $438,438.19 A. E. F. on athletics, social and moving pic3 ture entertainments, etc.; for motor transport service; $4,5612,982.06 for supplies- - for free Overhead KvjHjnso Mora Tlwn Met distribution; $166,933.31 for freight and insurance; $89,253.51 for genFrom Discounts on Goods 0 eral administration and Purchased. GIVEN BY for disbursements to overseas commissioners" for expenditure overseas on operations. Overseas the Knights maintained CONTINUE TILE WORK. 125 huts and clubs of substantial yiili, size, while other more or less ephemeral clubs were equipped and mainINCORPORATED tained to bring the total number of In their report of the war relief K. C. points of contact with the activities of the Knights of 'Colum- troops to 250. These club3 wore in Italy and the British bus for the year ending June 30, Germany, 1919, the Supreme Board of Direct- Isles, jvlth one recently opened in In Siberia the K. of C. DANCING -- SW ANN'S UNION JAZZ BAND ors show how the K. of C. have Antwerp.secretary and more are en disposed of the ?17,000,000 receiv- have a Bsautiful Steamer East St. Louis Leaves Fourth St., 8:15 P. M. ed by them up to that date from the route. Knights sent 1,075 workers Tho United War Fund of $170,500,000, their quota of which was ?25,000,-00- overseas out of a total number of Children Under 12 Years Accompanied By Adults Free. amount In this report the Knlchts 7,414 applicants. The total on expended by the free ADMISSION 50 CENTS. also give an accounting for $1,776,- - creature comforts Knights the year during e 409 of their lund, the fund collected by the K. of C. independ- was within a few dollars of $7,000,-00an amount greater than that ently of and previous to the united a similar purpose by an drive of November, 1918. The ex- snent for organizations participating act total received from the United the other War Drive Fund to June 30 of this in the United War Drive Fund com year was $17,130,294, including sal- bined. This includes the comforts vage items and miscellaneous re- distributed on transports by the 108 engaged in funds. Tho disbursements from this K. of C. secretaries collection, care fund were for activities in tho transport work. For United States $5,408,060.79. and for and general administration of their activities overseas $9,550,082.62, funds the Knights spent $166,616.76 2.63 per cent, of entire disburseleaving an unexpended balance on The ments, a sum exceeded by tho total Juno 30 of $2,112,151.46. accruing from prompt LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. monthly expenditure on war work discounts merchandise bills. In paySECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE. conapproximates $2,000,000, so that the ment of Pcnninnshln, Shorthand, Typewriting balance has since been expenaea ana cluding their report the Knights Teaches fresh requisitions made on the fund, state that they will continue, withnnd kindred subjects. their work for collected system is right; which has been totallytreasurers. by out charge, spiritual welfaretheoftemDay and Night classes the year round. Our all poral and the United War Fund The $5,468,060.79 expended for men in the nation's service. 0ur prices arc right; wo treat you right; Enroll any time. J. D. CBEAGER, Priu. activities in the United States Is apNAMES VESSEL CASEY. portioned among the following subBuilding programme, indivisions: A good ship with a good Irish cluding new construction and additions, rentals, operation and main- name will be plowing tho seas some time in October, for the United tenance, and equipment, decided Tho Knights had a total of States Shipping Board has now unI tents to christen hull No. 1,487, 461 buildings and thirty-tw- o Hog Island and eleven buildings were being der construction at tho recognition," parmanent army shipyards, "Casey," "in would have started a pj constructed at Si Tbat you spent for something you did not NEED the official notice states, "of the posts on June 30. Personnel expense, Including sal- good work done by tho Ksights of SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED aries, traveling expenses, uniforms Columbus for the men in the servtwice a year; There MAY COUK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" and other personal equipment, but ice during the recent war." District excluding headquarters staff, cost Manager H. C. Hlgglns, of tho must be isent for something vou DO NEED. The SAVING now of the Shipping Board States the Knights $1,046,680.11 for a to- United Corporation, notidollars von are wasting might keep that "hard time" from eve coming. tal personnel of 1,134. Activities or Emergency Fleet of this new honor, service programme, including ath- fied the Knights letics and sports, motion pictures stating that the boat will leave tho and other entertainments, educa- ways some time early In October. tional, social and employment serv- Tho Knights will select a lady to ice, cost $?45,C59. Motor transport christen tho ship and as the date of a meetservice cost $170,244.01. On sup- the launching coincides withSupreme plies lor free distribution, Including ing in New York of the stationery, periodicals, tobacco, food Board of Directors of tho K. of C, Fifth and Court Place. C. supremo officials and candy and miscellaneous sup- - 'all tho K. of. ceremony. Open Dully Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. plies, such as soap, shaving mat- will attend the For MOONLIGHT $110,-032.8- Monday morning the funeral of Thomas Kilcourse was held from St. Louis Bertrand church, many old friends and acquaintances attending tho solemn services. He was sev years old and long a respected resident of Louisville. Surviving him is his 'bereaved wife, Mrs. Annie Curley Kilcourse, 2016 South First street. enty-elght - ' SMOKERS, ATTENTION! CIOABETTES 10c Piedmonts 20c Piedmonts 9c, 3 9c. 3 9c, 3 $3,508,-448.3- Hibernian Social Club FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919 Monday morning Leo B. Esterle, twenty-on- e years old, was called by death at the home of his parents, Frank and Estelle Esterle, 2302 St. Louis avenue. He was a dutiful son, and his demise when life was full of promise Is deeply regretted by a wide circle of friends and acquaint ances, who extend sympathy to tho bereaved parents. lost its oldest and a most respected member when Ferdinand Schmidt passed to his eternal reward. Living an active and exemplary life, he had attained his year. Tho funeral was held Wednesday morning, Rev. Father Roverman conducting the Bolemn obsequies. eighty-seventh Chesterfields Chesterfields .., 10c Favorites 20c Favorites . 20o Camels 20c Lucky Strikes 16c London Life lOo 20c -- St. Edward's church, of Jefferson-tow- n, 0. pre-drlv- 0, Mrs. Mary Hellenthal, eighty-fou- r years old, widow of Peter Hellenthal, died Sunday morning at her residence, 029 South Shelby street. She Is survived by two sons, Jacob and Adam Hellenthal, and one daughter, Sister Mary Hedwlg, a teacher in St. Vincent de Paul school. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St. Martin's church. Fatlma Helmar TurKisn xropnies .. Mosul 20c Murads 20c Windsor Fags TWIST 10c Allen County 10c Shepherd 10c Railroad lOo War Hawk 10c Red Bud tOo Tribune 10c Booster 10a Bourbon County 20c 16c ibo 20c CHEAPEST No. 1 TOBACCO 18c Nebo 16o Mecca ..." 14c, 2 14c, , .c, 14C, 9c, 9c, 9c, 3 for 9c, 3 for 9c, 3 for 9c, 3 for 9c, 3 for 9c, 3 for 16o Pat Carroll, 16c Dnn'l Boone, 6c for 26c Kramer's Extra, Co 16o Gibson Girl, 6c 2 for 25c Palma Villa, 6o 15c Old Virginia Cheroots, ...9c, 3 2 for 25c PACKAGE TOBACCO s ror 250 - Mllturfi 7c. 4 18c nk.3 18o U. S. Marine Cut Plus ..9c. 3 9c, Five Brothers 16c Old Hillside 9c, 3 10c Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 3 14c, 2 16c Tuxedo (cans) 14c, 2 (cans) 3 for 25c 16c Velvet 10c Tuxedo 3 for 26c CIGARS 6c Kremer"s Special, 6o for 26c Unefj Mike. 6o . . . . . . . 16c Donkey, 6c for 25c Surpriso, 6o .' 16c Bob White, 6o 16o CldAXS for 26c American Special, Bo B0 in box .. ...... J2.00 2.00 . 2.00 2.00T for 25c for -for for for for for for -- 2.00 2.00 2.65 2.66 2.65 2.65 2.75 2 60 26c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 9c STORES CUT-RAT- E Box of 50 Chesterfield, 10c, 3 for 25c, or ..J4.16 14.16 Quail, 10c, 3 for 25?, or Key West, 10c. 3 for 25c, or ....14.15 114.15 Optimist, 10c, 3 for 25c, or Don Mlnarde, 10c, 3 for 26c, or.. .$4.15 IK THE CITY. WATCH US GROW 25c 26c 25c 25c 26c 26c AMERICAN S. W. Cor. Preston TOBACCO STORE tc & Jefferson No. 2 N. W. Cor. Preston P. J. XREMER & CO. liberty OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER If You Want the Best We Have It. INCORPORATED IRISH VICTORY FUND. Dearmuld Lynch, National Secretary of the Friends of Irish Freedom, has sent everyone connected with tho Irish Victory Fund tho following communication, the decisions being final because It Is essential to have the Irish Victory Fund campaign brought to a close 'before President De Valera begins his tour of the country: "A special committee, after consultation with President De Valera, submitted the result of their deliberations to tho meeting of the National Council held August 7, and the council unanimously decided as "That the Irish Victory Fund definitely close on August 31, 1919. "That all monies collected minus tho amount expended in local advertising and raising the fund shall on or before August 31 be forwarded to the National Treasurer, Michael B. McGreal, 280 Broadway, New follows: Book-Keepin- g, BROOK AND A STS, iBmi EAJNTS Doth Phones 135 For Rent, Sale or Exchange. Thp not Hollar $1,303,-022.8- $5.85 AND UP 333 W, Main Street 5. ELECTRIC CO. CHILDERSINCORPORATED .. 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T- - KJVODTJOHTSr IDKMH HELP STATE PAIR. Thirty officials of the Kentucky State Fair, the State Board of Agriculture and of local commercial and civic organizations boosted for a bigger and better State Fair at a dinner Tuesday night at the Tyler Hotel. Secretary Fount Kromer anReginounced that the Seventy-firmental Band, Now York, will give a sacred concert on the fair grounds Sunday, September 7, and a mass chorus of 300 will sing. Tho admission on opening day will bo ten st MEIOA:wr. CJOT Bringing UP Bm r . UU'S . vtm.MAklNGS OP A PlNANQBQ. w i "- g- " wi' zvw V J ,l f y ( MoM Viu- A 'IHIl ) HT ) V CHANGED x' DEACj i or---- - A Tafc m - vJ.rfr ( VN lv c DIME. . yUMKICK k ting races the first four days and on Friday and Saturday for automobile races. Every effort will be made to obtain a record attendance this year. Largo prizes offered this season have drawn better entries, Matt S. Cohen, Commlsloner of Agriculture, stated. Fourteen States will bo entered in the saddle-hors- e competition, for which '$10,000 Is offered. A ?20,000 prlzo is offered in the cattle exhibit. There are more entries in the 2:18 trot, Mr, Cohen said, than had ever beforo The track is tho been received. e track in fastest and safest the country and holds two world's records. half-mil- Carnicents. Tho World-aWlom- o val Company will provide tho midway attractions. Tho race track will be used for running and trot- t&&$$Q&&&&&&&&&&S Q4444W4QQQQ4&QQQQQQQ&SQHW inBERNLVN MOONLIGHT. Agnes INTO ETERNAL REST. Monday morning Mrs. Curran, aged seventy-tw- o years, beloved wife of John Curran, passed into the life beyond at the family residence, 852 South Seventh street. Her remains were taken, to Shelbyvlllo and on Wednesday morning the funeral was held from the Church of the Annunciation, of which she had been a devout and resnected member. CONDITION CRITICAL. PREMIER, IS WOBBLY. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. y. jr. i. The fourth biennial convention of the Atlantic Grand Council of tho Young Men's Institute was held at Cdlumbus, Ohio, on (Monday and Tuesday, and the proceedings were full of Interest. Louisville was given recognition In tho election of officers for the next term, who are as follows: Honary Grand Chaplain Right Rev. Jos. Chartrand, Bishop of Indianapolis. Grand Chaplain Rev. D. C. Bosler, Shelbyvllle, Ind. President D, Edward Stanton, Memphis, Tenn. First Vice President William C. McKonzle, Pittsburg. Secretary J. Frank Wise, Al-too- VISITED HIS PARENTS. Rev. Father Dominic Downs, O. S. B., of St. Bernard's College, St. Bernard, Ala., has been spending a week with his ..parents at Bloom-fiel- IS-- m IS l The Government's policy In Ireland was questioned by Sir Donald MacLean, who called for a discussion in the House of Commons. The Premier replied that a discussion make at the present time would not is not for a proper settlement. "It to the credit of the country," liloyd George stated, 'that after hundreds of years of British rule In Ireland we have failed to succeed In reconciling Ireland to the partnership. The rule of force can not be the last word." fThe Labor-I- t suggestion that the army of occupation be withdrawn from Ireland was rejected by tho Premier, who declared that it was the duty of the Government to keep the troops there for the maintenance of order. Tho recalling of the armed forces, Lloyd George thought, would be opposed by Irishmen. What class of Irishmen he did not say. The London Tlme3 has been strong in denouncing the Premier's Irish policy or lack of policy. That deJournal in a recent editorial "abclared that the Prime Minister hors a policy and loves tactics. By defining a policy the head of the Government binds his hands and But the problem gives hostages.of Ireland is not to be solved by ignoring It or even by practicing what has sometimes been called conservative expectancy." The Premier admits that something must be done anent Irish affairs, but ho Is unwilling to state Just what line of action the Government will fol- Col. Andrew Cowan, one of the citizens of Louisville, to Increase the mebershlp best known ill Plans in his homo near of Louisville Council to 2,000 were is critically DIVISION 4. Cherokee Park, and on Thursday Meets second and fourth Mondays, outlined Tuesday night at a meet- was thought to be dying. He has ing of Knights of Columbus in the Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Tyler Hotel, presided over by Past been head of the Andrew Cowan President John J. Barry. Grand Knight J. W. Klapheke. The & Co. for forty years and was one Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Treasurer V. K. Ecker, LouisImmediately. of the chief faotors in founding the ville. Recording Secretary Lawrence drive will be launched Col. Cowan Fifteen teams of five men each park system here. D. Meany. Board of Directors D. Edward to obtain new mem- served in the Union army in tho will Wm. C, Financial Secretary Thomas J. bers. beItselected is planned to end the drive Civil War and commanded the First Stanton, Memphis; Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. 'Pittsburg; September 2)7, when the next large New York battery at Gettysburg, dianapolis; George Leo Smith, InTreasurer John F. Burke. J. Thornton, and was at the "high tide" of that class will be initiated. Sergeant-at-Arm- 8 The Hibernian Social Club has secured the steamer East St. Louis for next Friday night, when its friends First and third Fridays, Hibernian and the public may enjoy a delight0 Home, Portland. ful moonlight excursion up the Ohio. For the young people there will be President Tim O'Leary. dancing and music by Swan's union Vice President Walter Murphy. jazz band, and for all there will be Financial Secretary John suitable entertainment. There will 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. be no charge for children under twelve years who are accompanied Martin. by adults. Tho boat will leave Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Fourth street at 8:15 p. m. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin riiANS K. OF O. DRIVE. Sentinel Thomas Noone. 1818-182Brod-erick, Early BASEBALL Today and Tomorrow Two Games FIRST GAMES 2 P. M. , RETREAT AT OARDOMB. She-ba- n. Father Roger, C. P., of the Sacred Heart Retreat, went to Georgetown last week, where he has been conducting a retreat for the Sisters of the Visitation at Rev. ton-day- INDIANAPOLIS "VS. s' LOUISVILLE Leo Cardome Academy. EUCHRE AND LAWN PARTY. The Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., entertain with a lawn party and euchre on the lawn of the Hibernian club house, 1818 Portland avenue, next Tuesday evening, and Invito their friends to come and spend a pleasant ovening. will YOUNG MEN'S UNION. Reserved and Box Seato at Levis' Fonrth nnd Market. consult For Proper Glasset BECKER Trmtltr OPTOMETRIST Cltr A SIS STAIIKS ni.UG., with C. 51. Wltrmna 1180, San. ie, nelly, Patrick Con- Sentinel M. J McDermott. FRANKFORT. low. LABOR WANTS SHARE. and Interest. This Is a sign of the new era. Labor was appealed to when the country was at war to hack up the armies in the field by with capital and government. Labor did this as industries were mobilized. Now that the war Is a thing of tho past labor very properly wishes to be considered as a copartner .with capital and not merely as an Instrument to To attain "be measured by a wage. this position of partnership a certain share in business concerns and factories must be given to the workers either perhaps in dividends or stocks, certainly in management The American worker Is Intelligent, Not only Is he a good craftsman, hut he thinks much about economic and social problems. And because he thinks, a higher wage and a shorter day do not satisfy his legitimate aspirations. Ho Is sane enough to boo that if ho is given he dethe share In Industry that chances serves he must take the with the varying market in good times and in bad. A joint share in Industry implies a common responsibility and loss must be .accepted "by the worker in slow times as gain Is his due in prosperous times. The "business then becomes that of the man in the shop as well as that of the man at the desk, and its burdens are common to both. This Is Industrial democracy's real meaning, and by industrial democracy the social fabric can be renewed and stabilized. In the recent Atlantic City labor convention a more progressive atof titude was taken by tho leaders pay labor. Tho old cry of more gave place to the now cry of share With numerous visitors and home returning, social activities were quite numerous last week at Frankfort. Misses Louise O'Donnell, Kathorlno Gentry and Mary Joe Waters were up from Louisville and guests of their were the week-en- d parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. iDonohuo and children, of Louisville; Miss Shelly, of Dos Moines, and W. Warren motored up from Louisville and left for a tour of the Bluegrass. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Larkin were hosts at a dinner party and there were four generations represented at the party: Mr. Larkin's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Larkin; Mr. and Mrs. Clint Koerner and children, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kennedy and children; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tucker and child, of Lexington; Mr. and Mrs. James C. Larkin, of Louisville; Miss Nelle Kennedy and Sister Anescetla, of Boston. Pink roses were used in the decorations. Mr. and Mrs. George Salendar, Miss Beatrice Ready and Robert Harreld, who have been In Detroit, Mich., and Buffalo, N. Y., for the past month, have returned. Mrs. Henry F. Lutkemeler and daughter, Mrs. Arthur Kornen, and Mr. Kernen were hosts at a river party which thoy gave for Miss Mary Louise Hennoberge, of Louisville. The guests went to the Forks, where a swim was enjoyed and a picnic supper was spread. people ANOTHER LONG JOURNEY. Right Rev. Edmond Obrecht, Abbot of Gethsemanl Abbey, left last week for New York, from where he will sail for France. After vlsjtlng his old homo at Metz, he wlll'go to Rome, where1 he will report at the Mother House of tho Trappist Monks, where he will be directed to visit the monasteries throughout the world that may be assigned to him. His position as "Visiting Abbot" of the Trappist order Is one that car ries him to many different lanas ana requires hfm to travel by every known means of transportation with the possible exception of aviation, which will Dosslbly 'bo added. The AVEI.COME NAVAL FORCES. unsettled condition of affairs that whon "Hia tumult and tho shout has prevailed throughout the world has lng dies" and the men of the Pa- for the past few years now. deferred cific fleet settle down to the grim his official visits until "business of safeguarding Americas MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL. west coast, one of the memory picNext Monday and Tuesday eventures that is going to remain In their minds for many a day is the ings a midsummer festival for the Knights of Columbus open air ball benefit of St George's Church will In the IPlaza de Panama at San bo held on the school grounds, Standard avenue. Diego, where the "gobs" were as- Eighteenth and congregation and sured of meeting the cream of the Tho pastor preparation for this have fes0 made every city's young womanhood. Fully dancers took part in tho ball, tival, which Insures a pleasant evenfor all who attend. Tickets are while airplanes rained flowers on ing cents and will be taken in trade , A hundred clowns, ten dnnnftra engaged by the Knights, acted, as at the refreshment stand ushers and introducers, ana iu useful other ways made themselves travelto tho visiting seamen. A a moing K. C. "hut," mounted on ice tor truck, brought stationery, and cream, sandwiches, candies smokes to the sailors, wandering about the city and stopping wherever a knot of tars had gathered. Tho local councils kept open house, n.n.rMimf hertn and breakfasts for all comers from the fleet. The re r ception of the sailors is sun duplicated in Los Angeles, and was CEE preparations were made for an em U-reception by the Knights greater L VTH' PICKENS when the fleet reached San Fran10,-00- M4w4wwMMwUw Herbert J. Roetker, great battle. While yet a young Louisville; man he came to Louisville from Torre Haute; JOY FOR ALL. Young Delegates to Catholic Auburn, N. Y., and has since made Men's Association Robert T. Burke, Fontaine Ferry is "on the last this city his home. Louisville, and Phil. M. Canale, lap" of the season of 1919, but there Memphis. appears to bo no abatement in the WITH MISSIONARY BAND. Joy of the park's bathing and swimming pool; of the dance hall; the The Rev. Edmond A. Baxter, O. CATHOLIC BAN REMOVED. carnival pavilion, with its orchestra, P., who has just returned from Satisfactory arrangements have or the concerts offered twice daily France, where he was chaplain with by Paulsen's Park Players. Tho the A. E. F., will be attached to tho been made of the points at issue vaudeville roster contains only the missionary band of the Dominican under the new Mexican constitution leaders and the bills presented sur- order. Father Baxter's many friends between the Mexican Government pass any heretofore seen in Louis- In St. Louis Bertrand congregation and the Catholic Church, Which have .were in hopes he would be returned formed the subject of conferences ville, the theater having large and tn that, nnrlnh. whora hn was aetlne tho last year, according to a report pleased patronage. Prlor before ho was attached to the just Issued by Right Rev. Mgr. E. American army. SCHOOL PIONIO. A. Burke, Prothonotary Apostolic of Toronto, Canada. The conferences St. Martin's church annual school MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. wero between Mgr. Burke and Presipicnic takes place next ITuesday at dent Carranza and Mexican officials. Fontaine Ferry Park, for which the Mackln Council, Y. M. I., will next Laws will bo drawn up permitting management has arranged an un- Tuesday night give the last of Its religious freedom and tho return of Any very enjoyable and successful series Mexican Cathollq Bishops, priests usual number of attractions. child under twelve years old who of moonlight ' excursions. The nuns. enters tho park with its parents or trip will be made on the ele- and an adult before 11 a. m. will re- gant steamer East St. Louis, leaving WHAT BRISBANE SAYS. ceive free admission to the theater Fourth street at 8:30 p. m. Swan's matinee. Father Felten and the orchestra will furnish music for the This is the way Arthur Brisbane committee ask the people to bring dancers, and in addition there will puts It in plain English apropos to baskets and enjoy the day .be a number.of pleasing attractions. their of Nations: The admission will be It is expected this will pe Mackln's Article 10 of the League every right with them. "Public officials have ten cents, with children free. greatest moonlight. to sympathize with foreign nations at war, every right to go and flght TOOK THE VEIL. LAWN FETE. if they want to, but they have no right to say to a fellow citizen, "I "Sister Helen Celeste, formorly Miss The societies of the Church of Our feel very sorry for that poor nation Helen Margaret Qulnkert, New Al- Lady are busy arranging for a- mamacross the ocean and to prove It bany, took the veil and habit e moth lawn fete, with euchre and send you Order of Sisters of Providence at lotto, to take place on the church I'm going toyou Imagineover to be EnglishCan Terre grounds, Thirty-fift- h St. and Rudd, on shot.' Frenchmen, Italians or any Haute, last Saturday. Her father, Monday and Tuesday, September 15 men, Andrew Qulnkert, 1729 Shelby and 16, afternoon and evening. other beings conscripted to come street; her sister, Lotta Qulnkert, Among the prizes to be awarded are here and help us? You couldn't. Americans, exand brother, John Qulnkert, return a fine rUg, a halMmrrel of flour, a No conscription of America." J ed Sunday from St. and a center table. cept in a flght for valuable rocker Woods, wher6 they witnessed the Each evening an excellent meal will GEORGE AGAINST. UNITY. ceremony. Sister Helen Celeste re- be served. 'tl$TiMH ceived her early education In Holy Sir Horace Plunkett. one of the Trinity parochial school in New AlFATHER VAUGHAN.' directors of the 'Irish Dominion bany. She has been assigned to referring to a published duty as a teacher in Chicago. The Rev. Bernard Vaughan, the League, statement that the league was noted English Jesuit author, preach- "Lloyd; George inspired," said SaturSUFFERED IN GERMANY. er and lecturer, was seventy-tw' years old Wednesday. Father day: I regret Broken In health by his experi- Vaughan has been the friend and a to "There is no foundation, that the say, for the suggestion ences in a German internment camp, forceful advocate of justice to IrePrime Minister has .directly or indi' the Rev. Father Niessen, a former land. rectly 'given more encouragement to Louisville priest, lies in St. Joseph's the league's programme than to the Hospital, Now York. He was travelDEADLOCKED. When Lloyd George's Sinn Fein. ing in Germany, his native land, policy appears on the film It Is far when the war began, and was internLoulsvilje Street Railway and more likely to feature partition ed, suspected of being an American itsThe striking employes were still rather than unity of Ireland, which spy. His friends here believe his. InThursday evening, forc- the league is convinced can be best tense Americanism led him into dif- deadlocked ing" the public to undergo great inplan." ficulties with German authorities. convenience and business to suffer secured on the dominion League is The Trlsh Dominion During his internment he a considerable loss. Thus far there composed of men who believe that performed a chaplain's duties with has heen the allied prisoners. Father Niessen speaks wellno real violence, which an Irish republic is unattainable and employes. The undesirable, but think that a prompt for the was born, educated and ordained in Cologne, Germany, hut came to this decision of the Hallway Company measure of home rule on the fullest country about fifteen years ago and officials not to enter Into further colonial lines is urgently necessary. was assigned to the Louisville dio negotiations for a settlement and It was formed in June last. cese. At first he was assistant in Mayor Smith's proclamation orderwere THIRD ROLL CALL. the Church of the Immaculate Con- ing citizens from thebystreets suffer- the ception, then chaplain In Sacred received with regret Red Cross campaign for members Later ing public, who were in hopes of Heart Academy. Owensboro. be ho was pastor of Holy Trinity. a speeuy ana amicaDie aajusuueuu and money, third roll call, willfall, Upon all concentrated in eight days this urntthAWH. Shortlv after- - of the points at issue. nhnrnh ward ho joined the order of the sides there is a demand that the November 3 to 11. The funds will to Fathers of the Divine Word and was opposing forces come together and be- used to carry of a conclusion the the organization sent to Buffalo. He left Louisville that there be a return .to normal war programme and to promote Its. peace time pians , conditions nine vears aco. -up-riv- er The national convention of the Catholic Young Men's" Union meets today. President Michael J. Slat-terof Philadelphia, writes that the Indications point to a very successful convention, where every phase of the young men's work will be fully y, discussed. BROUGHT SISTINE SINGERS. trvle the llrirt T'llrra The steamship Canopic arrived at Boston on Saturday from Italy, bringing a large number of passengers, among whom were a quartet of soloists from the SIstlne Choir of the Vatican, said to be the first singers from the Pope's private chapel ever to visit this country. ARCHBISHOP DOUGHERTY. MEN'S BLACK OR TAN WORKSHOES $3.50 to. $600 shoal are world beaters they look well and they stand the or service. They are designed bongs and built tor service and they render that service. ThOBS -. The Most Rev. Dennis J. Dougherty, Archbishop of Philadelphia, birthday celebrated his last Saturday. The Archbishop, who Is a native of Pennsylvania, has risen rapidly since his ordination on May 31, 1890. He was consecrated Bishop on June 14, 1903, transferred to Jaro in 1908, thence to Buffalo in 1915, and appointed Archbishop of Philadelphia on May fifty-four- th SPALDING SHOE CO. Out of the eighteenth: akd maple High-Rent District OPEN EVENINGS 1, 1918. WASHINGTON. JL SflsVk. 4rssssssMs JtC X XB - of-h- Mary's-of-the-Wood- s, Mary's-of-the-- Negotiations for the sale of the property of the Convent of the Visitation, in the heart of tho fine residence section of Washington, D. C, and one of the landmarks of the The capital, have been completed. an entire property, comprising It square, was sold for $800,000. was acquired by the Sisters in 1867. At that time it was on the outskirts of the city, not far from tho British embassy. COVENANT VIOLATED. Lo Temps, leading newspaper of Paris, virtually accuses England of violating the covenant of the League of Nations by its Persian treaty. It says that the British promise to respect the Integrity and independence of iPersla is only an oratorical precaution and declares that Persian independence is attacked by the treaty itself. The paper remarks that Persia is among the nations Invited to Join the League of Nations; that England has ratified the league covenant and that Article X. of the covenant forbids exactly what Le Temps accuses England of doing. WOULD BE FOLLY. wfOrA mmmwsirm Wmk. Cyv'iasE fJBvVc t,THE'PILL,THATWllX,'? WCNRY CMCRnt.OUISVILLg.tKV.'r rmfMl Wlm. . , They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. ForJlSale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-ce- o nt JEFKRSONVILIiE. Miss Mary Frances McNamara, 'of Iowa, who was the gueat of Mr. and Mrs. John IP. Coll, is now visiting Miss Dorothy Edelen, in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. "William Cronan, of Ohio, have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Anna Cronan, East Maple two-ye- ar street. Funeral Ryan, . - Tho retention of the British Legation at Rome has been beforo Parliament on a question to which the answer was that it was "under consideration," which may surely be taken to mean that it remains. Experience has shown its value to all concerned. Including the church,and to others not" Immediately conTo remove it wouia De nomod folly. services for John H. years old, who died suddeslyathlshome, 411 East Ninth street, Jeffersonvllle, wero conducted from St. Augustine's church Monday morning. (Deceased was a native of Ireland and during the last years of his life he was employed at His surthe Government Depot. vivors are his wife, Mrs. Lydla Ryan; five eons and two daughters, John T., Homer L., Forest E., Oliver and Charles Ryan and Mrs. William Burke and Mrs. Clarence Dorman. fifty-nin- e Brings LJPBfc wwiz- - HE'S Patoeny at. least PIP "THiS-r- ----: A Tas vT "b y j? ( jm - 1 VD ITYAKEv' You ' ) -- ?n ). I three Wos z' yx ( j JT But cisco. . X TH'1H CBocEftY f v!?auV YIV ctUhEWSET 5 IH00 If ( WArrTlU? TVU. M'ANll7 fcS Jr quaoxeQ. D'ou ' V -- : FREE OF DEBT. Through the efforts of 'Rev. Father, Engelbert Schmitt, the pastor of. St. Ann's church at Howardstown a parochial school will he opened there the early In October. Work on was Sisters bm& for the teaching and will be begun two weeks ago reedy for them before the opening. Through- - the generosity or the peothe ple of that seetlon money forthere rk has been, provided and iu be no debt on the building. has bwa ysry Fathw Scbmltt a re anxious to have charw' of, the pehool, and Qm Uiu- "a8 -- DtyiiS. bounty, will b the taoh. JQ u s. rin srvw,. ut.Kk.c ATA3K . && s - "S3 FOISTTTJOKry XXexSlBl AJMOEKBfclOAlS.. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS II y"""''"""""""1 HIBERNIANS. ? HAECKEL ed of Methods and Ignorance. cUnKb-nJJAw 11 1 I J. Lv- - v-- ' y Late News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing Members Here and ElseGeneral the Past Week Pounder of Monistic System Convictwhere. Notes. News Unscientific The Louisiana State convention will he held In New Orleans next month. iLos Angeles will be the meeting place for the next California State convention, to ibe held in 1921. membership makes Increasing necessary new and large quarters for the meetings of the order in New Orleans. Although tho New Orleans drive for members has just started, fifty candidates were scheduled for Initiation last week. Tho San Francisco divisions boast a membership of 20,000, and they expect to attain the goal of 50,000 within a month. Terro Haute (Hibernians originated a branch of Friends of Irish Freedom and are looking forward to a splendid organization and great meeting at an early date. State President T. J. Doyle has called the Minnesota State convention to meet at Duluth on September Id The convention will open with high mass at the Cathedral. National Hall at San Francisco was filled with prominent people last Saturday evening, when Division 6 cave its annual grand ball with an address by Walter ffilcQovern as a special feature. Under the leadership of County President P. B. Mahoney, and with of Judge Bernard tho J. Flood, State President, a membership drive will be launched in San Francisco next month with 50,000 members as the goal. Miss Hattie Whalen, of the Ladies' Auxllliary, Won the handsome watch bracelet given to the lady selling the highest number of tickets for the Hibernian Social Club excursion. Miss Nellie Golden won the second prize a gold ring. National President CDeery left In dianapolis Saturday to attend the National Board meeting in jrnuaaei-phlFrom there he went to the Pennsylvania State convention at At lantic City. He was expected to stop at Washington and Baltimore on his return trip. ' TWIN OITY LEAGUE; (HERMAN STRAUS 6 SOUS I : We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps, Applications continue to be received for tho Initiation to be held by Uouisvllle Council next month. Protestant Professors Point Out Uio In Genoa, Italy, the cradle of CoDangerous Tendency of Ills lumbus, new quarters of the Knights Teachings. of Columbus have been established. Wash Fabrics You'll Want Are In This August Sale, Your choice of one lot of Colored Skirting Material; all 36 Inches wide and values up to SI. 00 a yard; July salo prlco..COc e Per4,000 yards of cales, in dark and light colorings, with neat stripe and figured styles; they are the 30c .22c values; July sale Percales; White Linen-finis- h for children's dresses and suits; 34 Inches wide and our tine 35c grade; July sale price .25c 50 pieces of White Dress Voiles; 38 inches wide; of plain, sheer weaves and our regular 35c grado; 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 ...... COc sale .... ............. 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 wide and values up to 59c; July salo 80c Yard-wid38-in- ch comExtreme value, foot comfort and long service from, make bined with an unlimited stock to choose "Boston" shoes the popular choice for School wear. &2.50 TO &6.00 "' .. The educational work undertaken by the Knights will harmonize with Long Since iIscredited in tho Eyes their camp school and employment work. of Objectively Thinking Preparations are being made to Men; extend 'K. of C. activities along tho Rio Grande, where our soldiers have JUDGMENT OF AN AMERICAN. been overlooked. Sioux City Knights presided at an open house last week for the" mem Ernst Haeckel, founder of the bers of their "families at the River monistic system of philosophy, was side Boat Club. for many years considered one of kept open Pasadena Knights the foremost among the disciples of house for the men and afWcers of Darwin, whose theories ho popular-- , the Pacific fleet all the week the izea ana extended in their appllca- - neet was in southern uauiornia. tlon to the descent of man from the The growth of the order during brute. For a number of years a bit-- 1 the past year has enlarged the fight has toeen waged for and sponslbllities of the officers, st the philosopher of Jena, the fore great care should 1e exercised author of the Natural History of in the selections made at tho near ureation, the world Riddles and elections. other writings advocating the teach State Council has ar The ings of Darwin and preaching mate ranged Iowa large tent at the State for a rlallstlc Monism. While his friends ' Fair, where all soldiers, sailors and and admirers praised him as a light men can rest and enjoy a u i"e urmamem. cigarette or a bit of chocolate with ui in muBiuum of science, as the founder of a new out charge. system and as the great liberator of i Supremo Knight Flaherty declares dangerous that among re-ter f 2,000 yards of mill remnants ot Fine Quality Mercorlzed-fin- lsh Batiste with printed floral and figured designs; values from the bolt up to 29c; July salo..!4c 40 bolts ot Printed Dotted Dress Voiles; theso havo imper fections in tho printing: they are 36 inches wide and sell in por-feet goods at 50c; July sale price .25o Your choice ot ono odd lot ot Colored Beach Cloth; the width Is 36 Inches and values up to thero-agaln- , ce LSffiteS Non-Catholi- cs a. I EaHSjIL. a rab$ T' 5'S i jf responsibility to his Creator, others ' fomentors of economic ana religious attacked him moat bitterly, robbed . him of his cheaply earned laurels , T thleVc and convicted him of forging sclen- Chapter caPlAof .Park last tlflc proofs td support his theses, Mfnd his-o- f and proved his ignorance, not only Saturday was the greatest in the tho organization. Jifty-nin- e scientific methods but of his own,"? the principles. as well as councils were represented Catholic men of science havo sub--' carnival,en for which 60,000 tlck-etThe ontire distributed. Jected his teachings and methods to had the Hospital the keenest criticism, with tho result Proceeds were for Employment Bed that the famous "Man of Science" reau and Freo since has been discredited in th6 eyes of objectively thinking men. FETE. THREE PAYS An utterly disparaging scientific s 9tjee))f)oe sale price .25c ; ; One lot of Plaid Voiles; splendid styles tor house and children's dresses; in regu- lar stock they sell at 35c; July ; ' sale price 10c ; yards of Yard-wid-e 1,200 Natural Linen Color Batisto of a fine mercerized quality; our regular price ot this batiste is 36c a yard; July salo price 10c 25 pieces of Mercerized Qual ity Batiste in flesh color, for undergarments making and gowns; our regular price Is 39c a yard; July sale .25c 36-ln- ch XOM III IC&UlUi UBBUltUltJUb, U Uly J 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. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, with case and cord complete $4.50 Small Shell Rims, 75c extra, Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at this price. "Seelna wBtliatXHa Bu-lo- ng , BIG EXCURSION TO SOUTHWESTERN KENTUCKY OIL FIELDS NINTH SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1919 LEAVING LOUISVILLE AT 2:20 SUNDAY MORNING, RETURNING SUNDAY EVENING 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, Augie 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, 1KSO nil ranks canacitv one of the het eauiDPed leases -- see it compare it with others. I want you in the State to see what the company has to otter to investors. Call at my office at once for full particulars or write and arrange to join one or these excursions, it will Yours for more Oil and dividends, do us both cood. F. L. Old Man, Harris, 411 INTER-SOUTHER- N BUILDING, , LOUISVILLE, I KY. I si (INCORFORA.TMD) AM A UNION PRINTER HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL CO. OXJAIETDY High Grade - C- - SBRVIOE Lump Coal - DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Place your next order with us. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government .Protection. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more than Sio;ooo,ooo, is the monument of confidence built by the bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative ld UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND mm He r X g.vyVyymYvyyvvyYvnyvvvyvvvyvvYyymyvvy XTOIfc WASHING Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. R BY MAGIC-KELLE- SOAP WOIKS XMCO&POIUXBD fc The results In the rTwln City League last Sunday made no change In the standing, Mackin and Hibernians, tho pennant contenders, both still lighting it out for the pennant. OThe game awarded to Mackin has been protested by Manager Murphy, of the Hibernians, and the league require!: men of the Holy Name Society. The ZouisriUcffy" 6T1 SiFcmztfiAve. Board of Directors will pass on It t violated the are very this coming week. The K. 01 u. ments ot scientific hypothesis' It Is children disposal of much interested a bicycle, and team tried hard to stop Mackin's ioes consistent with itseU and t theythe claim their showing will com- rush for the flag Sunday, the finish being 7 to B In favor of the lead- ful? o"0 Von?radVuonsXathat UsVp- elders, reshments of aU ers. The game was featured by ponents will have no difficulty in ,"jelr will be served and music will around playing of Benny citing passages from tho 'World the all Bob Riddles' convicting the author of al- - uo a """"" Rnoamovor for the KnlEhtS. Dilllhanty, the new manager of Cal- - most any philosophical heresy under mvr yrrmit-trnxTntnlfornlas, came near supping one the sun, while its defenders will be A. O. H., giving the 1529 WEST MARKET STREET over on the d latter a battle royal to the finish, SetS of otfcfe artttlon'. tbat the' fanager Joe McCarthy an his a ln1aveodurhmeS,aBwtlthn,fhhe the score being 8 to 5 in favor of Manager Dillltho Hibernians. Indianapolis team, two this after- ,.ii, will .break his ?rnmnn hanty says that he Dnf " oon and two .tomorrow. both dou . team's losing streak tomorrow with Haeckel's i.-philosophy: . to toe called at . fat-i 1. ft. itt the X Alumni. Tho Alumni Main 2160-o'clock. v As the fans are a little City 2160. &' n at the B.'ir .i tened Its batting averages winning "". "D'"rif hnnerv for baseball banner crowds -. expense of the Shawnees, . v fl,nl!lh. . ymi-iii- jr uau1"lf"V.'ll u. nojiaiaw J.UUI.UIO Tomorrow's schedule: psuhstances (atoms); a metapnysicai - """"X.CZnZutZ .ti.nfl ,,. 11 to 1. H. California vs. X Alumni, A. O. vs. dualist, islnce he assumes two meta- - '"fa tt "i? vs. K. of C, and Shawnee the0tecroloS1oe PiS?1 : Lto.Jff date; The standing to Mackin. recogt a clean seep of the series since he Won Lost Pet Dhenomenal dual 2 933 io Mackin Council a phlloso- - "" a hyolog st, 2 750 ena, 9 Hibernians elp the Louisville standing and the .501 pher of Identity; . . . a cosmonomlc other for revenge 5 7 X. Alumni because Hen- LOUISVILLn, EX. ' 9 H. CHESTNUT monlst . . . and a mechanist 6 .500 Knights of Columbus.. 6 ciul .allowed St .Pan 1 to is Haeckel philosophy 8 333 . "The fact Shawnee Athletic Club. 4 and pretty five straight .000 is no system j at all, but a conglorner beat them uno 12 10 Oalifornians a jf .si uhuiiuuu -;- -iuidi ,ft auon 01 aiuerenr, Bysiems, a nieia- - npji.r r.iincEi '7., - ,,,, ,t,.nton wi AMWHMWWViWWVWmWWiWWWWVVWVmVUUVVW CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y JOHN McOORJIACK'S CAREER. physical potpourri, a thing of shreds ?"y"rVr"l"7. Z? ,,,. i0!,vinfr I HOME PHONE 88 and patches. state which "Haeckel's 'World Riddles' proves them In a demoralized take ad an John McCormack, tho great Irish Indianapolis dttnot tenor and most populaV singer of conclusively that no man can neglect . tomorVow Ihe today, was born in Athlone on Ph!0??X.!'"? t?:" , .. Aimprlpjin Flac day. June 14, 1884. ilia cruicism ot xiuecKi unu me club Boe awy Bain for a cmini. :".. His birthplace is (featured in that monistic system offered by the" Tmniiijin ballad of today, "That Protestant Biologist Relnke, profesTiiinhiA Down Shack In Athlone." sor at the University of Kiel, is no LET US HEAR OARSON. Mr. McCormack was the fourth of less hitter or iust. In his treatise "Haeckel's Monism and Its The Americas Free Press Defense fiinvATi children, which he says "is on some indlcatidn of the burden my Friends" tho Kiel scientist presents-. League, that typically organization support. and the father boro In providing were mod- the unscientific naturethe system un- ' rlnns (Menacethat backs the every and uses Us claim's of in Tho singer's beginnings their true light, and repeats his power and bit of Influence to bias- est, receiving ten, fifteen and twenty shillings a perform statement, made in the upper Cham- - pheme the catnonc unurcn in gen fr f '' t H fr ft I ance, a shilling in our money being ber of thn Prussian Diet: "Gentler eral and the Irish race in partlCU' quarter. Theso appear-nnrp- n men, the preservation of the old , lar, has invited Sir Edward Carson about a witn us noneat progress ' to come to tno unuea okiicb ouu- i wfiro In Dublin, but after a wona-vieCOntrOof .while he was called to sing in other In ItnnwlpdPA cnaranees thn nnntin - ' pIva his Blda step the Irish by the. taken cities near there, ana nnaiiy an in- uation of our intellectual culture,- versy. This vitation came to sing at a William while Haeckel's materialistic mon League Is a capital one, although ! Ludwig concert. Of this appear Ism seem!9 to imply naught but a re- - we have good reasons for doubting. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, lapse into barbarism." Nor is Relnke the sincerity or tnose Demnu ance McCormack says: "I was from a cold the morning I more sparing of Haeckel's claims as However, we take 'this occasion to back it up, and we Join hands in went to rehearsal and was cough a scientist. scientists putting the stamp of approval on Numerous ing. Ludwig, as biuti an nis manner as his heart was big, did not agree with Relnke In the estimate of the invitation T3v all means let Carson come to approve of the cough. My boyish Haeckel as biologist and philosopher ;; such men as von Baer, Drlesch, America, and like De Valera, tour appearance doubtless stirred in him g a 'fatherly concern, for he gazed Steinmann, Paulsen, Branco, and tho country In a explain Home City 2098 . . how in Curab. Slain 2098-- a in nasumed sternness at me and others. O. D. Chwolson, a Russian, namnalcrn. Lot him cniii 'Tnhn. I don't like that cough professor at the Imperial University 1914 ho invited the deposed Kaiser 1 1 "HUH M"H-- t upsetting You need somebody to take care of at St. Petersburg, after a thorough over to Ireland to aid in was men you, and here's the girl to do it. investigation of the World Riddles, the 'British Empire, whicn ready to grant Ireland home rule. Let me Introduce you to Miss Lily sums up his opinion 'thus: "The result of our investigation Let him explain how he smuggled Foley.' That was the way of it; of the precise manner my wife and I is terrible one might sayI it makes millions of nounds' worth Into Ger Ire Every- man guns and ammunition met. She had a reputation, you one's hair stand on end must know, as something more than thing, absolutely everything Haeckel land and openly aeuea ine Jiingusn how he a soprano singor. vu not equivo says in connection with questions of Crown. Let him explain America pfitA! hn was called a beauty." physical research, is false, is based snubbed and sneered at Tho weddinc took nlace In Dublin on misconceptions or betrays an al- and Americans. Let him explain AL. S. SMITH, PROP. warned the on July 2, 1906, and then the hap- most incredible ignorance of the h nv ho insolently Even United States to keep its hands off came to St.. Louis to sing most fundamental questions', py pair in the Irish Village of the World's of the law which' he himself has England's "domestic questions." Let Fair, both unknown and little ap- made the lodestar of his philosophy him explain how, after committing preciated at that time. On return- he does not possess tho most rudi- treason against tho country which ing to Europe Mr. SIcCormack re- mentary knowledge. Equipped with he swore allegiance to, he was later ceived a season of lessons with such utter ignorance, however, he pampered, Instead or punisnea, ana BOTH PHONES 810. Sabatlna, finally obtaining a repu considers it possible to declare tho still later elevated to the rank of officer. on .uoauuu foundation of modern physical Cabinet tation in Italy, ana later Theso and othef like incidents, of I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST& went wild over hl singing of bal- science, the kinetic theory of subthe stance, as untenable, and to assert which the rank and file of the lads. From then his rise in are ignorant, mnsiR world has been rapia, ana that one of the grandest, perhaps American people bits of infor tho sale of his phonograph records the grandest achievement of thehu-ma- n wmiiil furnish enlcv and undoubtedmind, the EntrODlc law. of the mation and reading, eclipses that of any other nve stars 43i4-4't- ' second basic principle of Thermody ly would tend to bring about a combined. namics: must .he relinguisnea. uan feeling of better understanding beGOOD JBJlTSIIVEJJSJS MAGAZINE ATTACKED. it h Tifttwlble that Haeckel has main tween the two countries. But, alas! Th ner cent of 'our satisfied customers are ninetvnine. Won't YOU tained this attitude only as regards gentle reader, Sir Edward is not be one of them? For reasons, first of all, we use :n onr repairing the A party of men Saturday fired physics? We may well, assert ana coming to America, ior aeiae iram narrow-minde- d X highest grade of material and costs no more. Workmanship first class and rifles on Rocky Island, in the harbor that with perfect safety that he has being a ui uavo uo ior prompt service none ueuei. Dring us your wui work "whilewu, behind HaulbowMne Island. The observed the isame attitude towards bigot and pampered pet of royalty, you No charge if work is not satisfactory. Prompt service on military on Rocky Island replied the many other branches of science he is a born coward, and he fears He is a wait." Special care given mail orders, To avoid mistake, our address is; machine guns. Firing contin- which he has treated of or only for his physical welfare. thunderer with ued for some time. It is not known touched upon in his book. Haeckel's wonderful and successful G45 South Fourth Street, Bet. Chestnut and Broadway. the whether there were any casualties. World Riddles are typloal of those when safe at" home and under but " Rocky Island is the smallest of writings, whose authors ignore and protection of the Union Jack, a democratic coustry three Wands in Cork harbor oft demise the twelfth Commandment: he knows' that ono In no way connected with any other shop. Look for the electric sign of hie ilk. . contains a powder Thou shalt never write about any Is no place for Qiieenstown. it 'STARK' Sir 'Bdward appreciates a nice fat magazine. Haulbowllne, the next In thing thou dost not unaemanu . . . "STAKK" " "STAKK" th.o Careful size, contain the naval dockyard The Protestant church historian job, royal pats on the back . and But Cumb, Main 1246. Home Phone City 231. and is the depot for ordnance stores Tivnfa alo denies Haeckel'fl scien ideal kingly surroundings. listen we to see him and Fort "Westmoreland is located on tific Claims jd his aspirations to would like to Mime. Prepare For School. Bring Children's Shoes Here. Speoial Prises. $an Fr&aelMO him just the Spike lataKL opposite the entrance honor m a blWofUt Le4er, O. B. of the C. V, ' to the mutter. rep-versl- ty so-H- are (being Inti has been passed some seventeen completed arrangements ,, ,,- t- for the three days' lawn e o e siyen by the members 0' e Frank TbJHy, member, of "" tne tstaff of the university or "Bii grounds of Bertrand Hall, Sixth sourl. In 1902 Thllly delivered street, near Oak, next Thursday, lecture on Haeckel befoT the Sage Friday and Saturday. Booths Philosophical Club at Cornell Unl-In the State of New York, resenting the different church cleties have been erected and there IV as to - treatise covers some nineteen Is considerable Tlvalry showing, who -i the quote only the concluding summary: will make the best "Wo have examined Haeckel's competition being especially .keen one-tim- a,i , ; Mis-,0- 1- -- ... ls i- I RJite ""i" .&"! Th! ; nfeS VITfallty'and0' .8. mm Jj" a THOMAS KEENAN i ?fr.K nf0-unie- d;- I 1 ii ij.. 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