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PH9NE:lfeME BROWN TAXI SONKl Of) MAM Brery Driver an Kncort. LooUnllf Carrligi Incorporated Tfctf c. VOLUME XLHI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. rjt sideration, I regret I have no better news to give the peoplo of Louisville, hut conscious of having dono my best I Bhall now bend my whole energy toward fearlessly bearing the burden that has fallen upod my shoulder's." After reading this ono feels .'like saying: Detailed Plan of tho Educational Lato Commissioner for Irish Inde"Glory, glory, halleujah!'' whllo tho Work Arranged for at Peace congregation is asked to join in pendenco Arrives in Now that beautiful and inspiring hymn, York. "We don't mind the street car strike, but the walking hurts our corns." Secretary Cununhigs Will Enter To add to the source of worries Not Tells Why Ireland's Caso Was y of the machine and ' Upon His New ' Duties Next Submitted to Iieaguo of Morrow's falling candidacy tho revolt of the colored Republican votTuesday. Nations. ers and the disclosures in tho ggggggggg. gggLDfl 'gHggKJiSHflQiSr'gggggflgggflg' ' ' caso hav4 driven tho PtPIf leaders to cover. But here's angflgggggggflgf s IgBPT sSKsikkkflklHikkkB i,,i, v.. ' sggggglggggfgB " tgggglgflgggft.gggggg9igggg9B lgggHggflga?ggggk hej .Cvil other case of there's a silver lining Respect for Civil Government and Adverso Action Taken Boforo Prcsi. io every dark cloudy Tho exposures of tho awful bungling election With Civil for dent Wilson Left Paris steal In tho Tenth ward by the ReAuthorities. Homo. publican machine, and of which there was no protest) by tho Men's BBssV9HR?nR!H9kvlBkisjL!.s' at sklkkkkkkkikkkkkkHuno '?sww fokvHiFv Fcdoratlonist politicians, has eliminated tho latter forever. In the CLASSES ABB OPEN FOR ALL. elections tho latter class, who intrigue with dd?ixlvts. woro always found (espousing tho i 74 VaVSw VBkR a. BBf ' 'i cause of the Republican machine ? iBBfF ji ,. K ti W under tho cover of reform, will bo The K. of C. Educational Comgiven scant attention, with their John Archdeacon Murphy, late mittee, consisting of tho Supremo hypocritical plea forfclvio decency, Commissioner in charge in (Paris of Knight, Supremo Advocate and honest elections, etc; . If they attho American Commission on Irish preme Secretary, havo chosen Sutempt to again playithat role they as Independence, arrived in Now York K Secretary for tho K. of C. educa. will he met with thotcry ot "Whero last week, and when seen made this tional work John J. Cummlngs. of tggggggggfiKMgaBBkkHiM were) you when the Warley-Ryan- s statement: Boston, who will enter upon his election steal was perpetrated." As "The question has been asked why now work at New Haven Septem- said before, the evidence introduced of Irish freedom do FIRST AMERICAN HONE YMOON IN THE CLOUDS. tho advocates PERSHING, CLEMENC EAU AND POINCAIRE. in court by reputable. men, some of not submit Ireland's caso to tho Mrs. J. Ellwood Boudwln, bride of Lieut. iBoudwln, United States Foliowing leaders League of Nations when constituted. These three notables on their way to the reviewing stand for the themWarley-Ryan- s at the bar, shows that Flying Corps, boarding the "Honey moon Express" at Boiling Field for presented by is the detailed plan tho K. of C. (Peace nn. tho election was ac- tneir aerial wedding journey. nnanrar la cimnln that insofar Fourth of July ceremonies in Paris. Convention: d companied by more rob. as that body as represented by the That tho courses to be given un-- r bery and theft than any other In 'Big Three has oeen amo w umvu of that the Louisville's history! When Dr. ausP'ces of the order attack of delirium; tho majority of at a determination ofby tho casepre- cupation present English army of ocRyans stated In court the other day them shall evacuate the land and the Popes are, to his mind, shamein?..be vocational or occupationIreland it has been t.nrlta- that the election wasMa' ifalr ono tho less harlequins and cheats, the mon- al, fitting the students for skilled determined to complete abandon- Ip.lvo thfl nonnln nt in business or industries. figure of Justice in tho court room asteries dives In which all the vices ment. While in Paris this informa- turbed in tho problem of working, That we should uso all tho Infludropped its scales and beat it out of are practiced, and celibacy the fountaition has cpmo to mo from sourcesau- out her own dnsilnv " n-head j the street. ot shameless horrors," ence of the order and bring preshigh authority and undisputable etc. While tho "fanatic atheist" sure from every possible agency at RAINBOW WEDDING. thenticity that tho settlement of the Hero are samples pf this fair (?) Party Receives Awful Jolt from election, as tho court records will Originator of Monistic System Con- shows an amount of good will for our command to induce as many of Irish question which was placed In our The marriage of Miss Alary Lee other religions, and In fact seems to spect men and women, without retho hands of Premier Clemenceau show: Mattio Greei was summonvicted of Unscientific Methods tho Bungling of tho Car of age, to pursue some study bo inclined to 'found a new religion as President of the Peace Confer- McKcnna, of Fairfield, to William ed to testify by Warley's attorneys himself, he Is withal overly eager which will bo a means of improv- and Ignorance. ence has received a secret consider- P. Kelly, of this city", was solemnas to ner Knowledge or nor nus Strike. to destroy tho Papacy with flro and thoir condltion and enlarging band, James Green, vwhom the bal ation and decision. This was done ized Thursday morning with nupbrimstone, I. e., with his "sources" their influence. before President Wilson left Paris tial mass at St. Michael's church in lot stub snowea was voted in tne That wo should have a central and his great anger, without realizprimary election August 2. Mattio and was known to Secretary Lan- Fairfield. Miss Stafford McKenna sing, that nothing would be dono to was her sister's maid of honor, nnd Nrtir Mayor Issues Another Torca testified that she was positive her Father Wasmaiui Brings Out Dan- ing that a religion founded by athe- bureau of Information acquainted ism can only bo a burlesque, and with every available sourco of eduhelp to settle the claims of Ireland Joseph R. Kelly was" his brother's husband "didn't dojno voten," and gerous Tendencies of Ills dor Bulletin a la BiUy that such religions, with "which cation in special branches and Conference. This was best man.1 Tho other attendants by the Peace when pressed for tho reason why atheism is in sympathy, are fatally ??ujpeS.t0 p!ace th,s Information privately arranged nby Premier Lloyd were Misses Elizabeth Campbell and by Judge Frank IPe&k, attorney for Teachings. Sunday. the disposal of the councils enand Pre- Madeline Baldwin, Messrs. Lee Micompromised thereby, and that he Presldentr-Wilsou6rge, Dr. Ryans, said: "Man, that niggah to also Is in fear of that religion which gaged in educational work. mier Clemenceau, and has up se- chael nnd James Ross, all of Louiscouldn't vote becuz lie's been In the That we should give certificates ville. The wedding was a rainbow ho professes to hate. Besides, now been held under a veil of penitentiary since last April." The or some form of The bride wore an imcrecy in the interest ot England and wedding. same was told in Ut story of Elmer Nouo But tho Anarchistic Revolu- Haeckel's teachings, founded on studies followed recognition for the of ported wedding gown of white satin in our schools, Want to Take Jobs Jones, who wa3 vmed from the and atheistic princiwith the consent and ples, havo been frequently enough with a view to meeting tho acadlace tionary Elements Proud of Thirty-fift- h President Wilson and Secretary and .a!1 . made with court train. preclnw of the ward. of Our Koystono Comedy m1I. .fMArl t. .... m spread out beforo tho peoplo In pop- emic requirements set by State or While in Paris as Com UAH iwi wua ujujjcu iu uttp iuauiuu Lanslner. iiC1 Elmer is workingJ'or the State up His Work. Police. ular writings, which aro better suit- local authorities for civil service or missioner in charge I addressed to witli orange blossoms. She carried at the Frankfort fenltentlary. but teachers' positions or for the n o ed to the education and understandPremier Clemenceau a communica- - a shower of bride's roses and the smooth polltual workers of of satisfying employers. ing of the laborer than his own requesting tho honor of an In- - vardla. The maid of honor was voted tho local fThat we havo it In our power to Cabbalistic utterances. He has not answered the tired In pale blue organdie trimmed him just the saml Rev. Mason, a ARE DISGRACED. This statement indicates also the give cohrses in American citizenletter, nor ha3 he denied tho truth in shell pink plcot ribbon. Miss COMEDY AT BOURBON YARDS. colored minister, testified that he SCIENTISTS Bource of the veneration accorded ship which will surpass any now of the statement that as President- Baldwin wore orchid organdie with John Foley5asn't .present to knew Haeckel and his system; hatred of given in our schools or social agenof the Peace Conference he has ad- a hat to match, Miss Campbell vote, although tihe Republican Rome and the desire to abolish the cies, and that wo are also singularly vised that no action or consideration green organdie, her hat being of County Clerk testified that the bal competent to give what others can of thelrlsh question shall be -given the same material and color. After someone of shojKadJmat Haeckel's unscientific methods positive Christian moral law. One There's old adage which reads give vocational guidance as by the Peace Conference! T7'the- - ceremony, a breakfast was that every andark cloud has a sliver lot stub was and .the refutation of his claims as would be startled by tho realization not as vocational Watson, training. "Tho Shantung embrogllo has at served at the home of tho bride's lining, to why a scientist are not tho sole objects that, in spite of the frightful defeat well pressed for information as i but you would have a hard John Foley wasn't present to vote, committee also recommends Aft ..i mis. oiuhuiu iiiuni..A. uiq ..e,..v . mill ...... en j. has met with, leuhi uecu b'tdi tl.". 1tnlif nf were ihicuic, uii, uuu ir.n DiffnH.i ir ot the criticism launched against Haeckel large following, he still for- that councils of the order establish Kenna, to the wedding party,- mem-n- time convincing tho nnnnnUnnr. and said: "Brother Foley Is dead, joys a llclty. Tho almost comic, if It that a tragic, manner with which bora of the immediate families and "reform" administration here that and I pivnclicd lili funeral oration." him. Father Eric Wasmann, S. J. mal veneration is tendered him, that educational courses for members of who moreover defeated the leader the monistic movement has Its own. the order and for such others as there is any truth in the, old prov- And yet tho Louisville Herald and may monists and some fourteen points and substituted a Kelly then left for an extended erb, as the City Hall administration the Bingham press didn't seo any- of the in a public debate of his dls organizations and organs, were It these wish to avail themselves of clples on evolu not for the one consideration which courses. In Britain' treaty has reached Eastern trip, after which they will has had made thing out of tho way with this tlon That classes be open to men and serves as a bond of union hatred tho press, but tho 'Big Throo's' ar- - be at homo at their apartment In two weeks troubles galore tho past election "and have curtailed mention also in Berlin some ten years ago points out tho dangerous tenand there is a ran gem en t on mo irisn queauuu a me v;oruanai. the desire to bo boys of good character, regardless ray of hope In sight. not even Ed of the court trials. dency In a review of an essay by of the church and law which has Its ot creed, and wherever possible to Howdy so iar ueen wiuiuem irum mo free from a moral Morrow, the Republican nominee Coming back to the street car Pror. Michelltsch on tho "World knowledeg of the American public, has pro- women and girls. SUPPORTS IRISH REPUBLIC. for Governor, they say has given up strike, It has been one dizzy whirl Riddles." After sketching tho argu- roots in religion. he Haeckel up these That these courses should not duvided has set It being plain in the minds of theseall hone of linlnc ioMn,i u. M,r. for tho Keystone coppers, and the ments employed by tho scientist alms, this bond, troYiHempn tjiat rjublicltv on tho eubTTTlflTllmnnelv Tilorlfrlncr lf annnni4 and for tho attainment of such plicate the work of such other eduwas forced alter agencies iwt would ctlr America and the .ft the, Rprmhitrt nf TrAlnnd fha Pn1i- - her and blames near Mayor Smith i Board of Safety a little thisto week. mentioned against Haeckel Was- a purpose thousands are ready to cational satisfactoryas are now proPaUl BllrHrUmTno mann says: "Wo do not know who follow even a thoroughly discredited viding the programme Instruction in Senate to such a degreo that the olic Young Men's National Union, In and Board of Safety, Hhalnnnn .,. the At tho start of the strike tho Key- will defend the Professor against tho branches Included in this plan. for v C. B. of tho C. V. o o ticutjr n.b. its nntnnfrllnir alliances rnnvanHnn In "bJtmr Vt1t mi., li.i. away all chances of party kicking stone coppers rode on the cars but this utterly justified criticism. Cath- leader. That wherever these courses are success ll rntlflf!. Tho with week, directed that copies of the nair-- .. by well with the olics or believing IProtestants will established councils should holding of this information from tho resolution bo dispatched to Eamon car their handling of the local street didn't get along The ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE. strike. latter are not come to his defense. Nor will with other educational agenabout 1,490 American Senate and from tho de Valera, President of the republic. strikers and There arecent, 90 per cies In tho or even mostly globe trotters and travelers any of these scientists engaged in American peoplo In this hour of na- Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, of the more were St. Xavier's College opens Its themselves neighborhood and avail boosters for Smith and of experience and when they were the research of nature who more or generally of the educational crisis will be considered a diocese of New York, was but loud and long they thrown in' with the comedy cops less accept the monistic views, rep scholastic year next Tuesday. This tional resources of every school sysrare example of how President Wil- Spiritual (Director ot the union, and "reform," panning h year in edu- tem, public and private. are now hero they refused to believe that resented by Haeckel do so, for they Is St. Xavier's enSmith and tho son In practice observes his doctrine Michael J. Slattery, Philadelphia, tire City Hall crowd, their chief cry our Keyjtoners were real policemen men of his That in general tho courses proof of 'open covenants openly arrived was President. T. J. being for revenge, and they say and there were many arguments. also will have to admit that by has cating the young Xavier's the cityhas posed should Riddles' 'World Haeckel staff St. Louisville. enable our members at. It is easy to understand what Thornton, also of Philadelphia, was 'Woo ho to No matter If the cop said: "Cross brought them more disgrace than been augmented this year by Brother a.n Morrow and thers to supplement their happened when tho Senate resolu- elected and Ed- publican ticket this fall." the Re- his heart and hope to die, if he honor by drawing tho science of Angelus, On the former director of St. Vin studies in commercial and Industrial tion expressing the sympathy and ward RL Reagan, Newark, N. J and other hand, the Street Car Company wasn't a real policeman," tho hard- evolution, the legitimate exponent cent's Academy, Newport News; knowledge and to prepare for tho support of the Senate for tho alms Charles J. Ewart, (Providence, R. I., officials do not seem to be very well ened doubted. of which he claims to be, Into pub- Brother Ambrose. Mt. St. Joseoh's professions. still of tho Irish peoplo In seeking a gov- were eleoted First and Second Vice pleased with tho part played by the This has started the rumor that the lic discredit. .None but the anarch Collece. Baltimore: Brother Carl. St. i That before establishing a school ernment of their own choice was of- Presidents. near Mayor and his advisers and have been offered istic revolutionary elements and Joseph's College, Bardstown, and in a locality tho laws affecting edu ficially transmitted to tho Peace . .,,..- thero seems to be one common places on the police force by the ad- these elements embrace all HaeckeJr Brother Ricardus, Mt. St Tnflonll'a ' CflMnn In tliA GrnA nMJ luUUIClUal V.VU.ID uuu Conference and how tho British PreSAILED FOR EUROPE. ground that all can agree on, tho ministration as soon as the strike lan3 who are truly consistent can College. Baltimore. Brother """"" "I 7. "" Benjk uy snouici " be considered nnl h successfully stored It in a mier say bo really proud of this . . . work, mln has been reappointed "President policy established of conforming strikers, the company and tho pub- Is over and tho pigeonhole to be secretly buried and William Mulligan, head or war successful ho was In obtaining activities of tho Knights of Colum- lic, and that is we certainly have that they can easily fill the shoes becauso In contents and form It cor- of St. Xavier's for the coming year, with them in every particular. This how one huge joke Keystoners, and they wore responds entirely to their spirit and although several schools in the East is important, not only for the purtho acquiescence of iPtesldent Wilson bus, sailed Saturday for London on To thut opinion of an administration. of tho told materially furthers their plans for were anxious to have him. Brother pose of obtaining authorization to that being there Is no dissent- further in this conspiracy of silence against tho Coronla to wind up tho war ing voice. men didn't cut any figure with this tho future, notwithstanding the fact Thomas, Vice President of tho col- glvo certificates and to register tho interests of Ireland and1 In di- work of that organization with the Chief from Cin- that of rect opposition to tho expression sub- American Expeditionary Forces In of It was pitiful and reminded one administration, asthe fire and police as Haeckel designates these plans lege, has been teaching convalescent counts which the State or town a cinnati and 'Utopias.' . . ." and disabled soldiers at Leonard-tow- boards of education will recognize, the United States Senate on tho ac- all countries, except Siberia. Ho will straw drowning man catching at a departments both cluttered up with to Wasmann does not exaggerate or and will return to Louisville but also as an Indication of our reject. Lloyd George refused to also overseo the work ot tho 500 Republican see the Herald and tho Tale residentswere of Horse. Cave, leaders trying to excuse distort the truth when ho points to Thursday to teach chemistry and spect for civil government and cocept or countenance any interfer- Knights of Columbus secretaries tho monumental failure of Smith Gravel Switch, Hogwallow the dangerous tendencies of Haeck-ol'- s physics as in the past two years. operation with civil authorities. ence in tho matter, with tho result with tho Polish army. and Chairman Paul by whining that Gulch, and many places too numerteachings. No less an author- From this college has been graduatThat In tho same spirit the greatthat President Wilson weakly capitu"Gov. Black couldn't settle it ous to mention. ity than August Bobel, the noted ed many of Louisville's leading busi- est care should bo taken not to Inlated and agreed to tho English deeither." They fail to add that tho terfere with any existing Catholic Wednesday morning two of tho Socialist leader, confirms ness and professional men. mand to ignoro and deny the SenCity Hall crowd have messed and Keystoners, soused to the gills, aceducational center or school system, charging views, whllo ate's wishes. President Wilson, recgummed up things so that the Paris companied by a woman and riding Haeckel with ignorance of political but to our work everyognizing that the publication of this Peace Conference would bo up in a tin lizzie, gavo a one-awhere with that of tho church. per- economy and sociology. summary rejection or tho Senate In an adagainst a stone wall In trying to formance in front of tho Bourbon dress delivered In tho German ratiThat effort bo made to adapt, resolution would endanger tho pacify tho angry men on both Stock Yards that brought down the Reichstag on September 16, 187G, these courses to the needs of emfication of the treaty, consented to kkkkkklkn&krs-iHikkHkV- ' sides. Dally and Sunday tho meet- houso and blocked tho progress of Bebel proved tho nexus, which ployers and Industry in general, this whole scheme of secrecy. ings are bombarding tho city ad- business at this busy point for some Haeckel had denied, between Soand to secure the active . Who entire Irish question, in- l Hk ministration, the speakers accusing time. Both of the Keystoners wore cialism and Darwinism, saying: tlon of labor. cluding tho Senato resolution, was the near Mayor and his associates in full uniform and both essayed to "Gentlemen: In my opinion Prof. For the maintenance of tho compublicly turned over to Premier of mittee and to enable it to render lack of courtesy, play Romeo to lady's Juliet. Haeckel, the outspoken advocate of Clemenceau 'for solution.' This was etc. To add to their misery Pres- You can say this tho Juliet though. the Darwinian theory, because he assistance to somo of the local If .kkBwSft dono to placato the Senate, a defor ident Dumas and a majority of tho She played no favorites and re- does not understand sociology, acschools In need of it an appropriacision haying been already arrived lower board are not choicy in their sponded to the hugs' and kisses of tually has no conception of the fact tion of $50,000 was made for the at that silenco was to bo maintained V2w!"-kabuse of near Mayor Smith and tho both of the Keystoners, who made that Darwinism necessarily procoming year. ' about it until after the Senato had ' HsiilkkkkBflkkHkKfl' Board of Safety, and there is ono the welkin ring with their hilarity motes socialism and that reversely . It is understood that tho schools ratified tho treaty. Tho same de- e real old family fight In the City over the situation. In one ot the socialism must bo in harmony with as much as possible be cision was accorded to the IkkklkW A'Mi' Hall camp that has pltt the local scenes the Woman put on the police Darwinism if Its aims are to bo by means of fees of tho students request for an international ikHkiW- ' Republican party asunder. and by such assistance as the counChes coat of vne of tho Keystoners and correct." tribunal to investigate tho charges Searcy, the , State Campaign Chair- the cap of the other. Then taking cil may seo fit to render. Referring to Bobel's contentions of Inhumanity and barbarity charged man and real Mayor of Louisville, a club sho twirled it in her fingers R. von k directs atIn their report againBt the British has flown the coop, leaving Smith, and said: "Don't worry, kids, I'll tention to the danger to positive reMHkHkkHkkBHHHLkiM QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. authorities in their present domina- i kHHNkV' Sir. i- JWlHEwSSEB vklkkkkkkHkkkkkkkkHkkm Burllngame, Petty and the rest to hold down your beat tonight If you ligion arising from materialistic tion by force of tho peoplo or Ire' bear the brunt of all the bitter at- aren't able." Members of tho Bour- monisn. The coming week will be one of Ho writes: "It is well land. The whole scheme shows not i IkkHkk. JlfiBSsg&sn tacks. ' activities for the Queen's Daughters bon Exchange kidded a member of known that Bebel has expressed the only a total disregard by President JlS&BfisH Right after near Mayor Smith's the General Council so much that hope of Louisville. Tuesday afternoon the iggBSffP JaBgk' SlggggM Haeckel's book would, in Wilson of the sentiment expressed inauguration it was pointed out in he tried to queer the Keystone com- a uot that remote future, control the Board of Directors will meet at too in the Senate resolution but shows these columns that he promised to edy by calling up the City Hall and ideas of the working classes of the Room 205 in the Republic building, his intrigue with European diplog be one of the best Walnut, and on Wednesit complaining. Presto! up comes world. He has, however, neglected mats to circumvent and defeat It.de- l fkJMtgflMS v gB Fifth and new rS'n Mayors we ever had, as In every Capt. Richard Laird in a side car, to day the and attractive club us what a man, whose life also bares to tho world his weak lofty situation where action was needed accompanied by jfour motorcycle has tell room will bo opened from 10 a. m. been filled with crushing labor sertion of his often enunciated Smithy came to the front with a cops, all looking for the loaded and manifold sacrifices, even with to 4 p. m .when all members and entered i HflHJHrkflkakkBkkH ' gn principle for which America y toreador bulletin. friends of the organization are ini make of But tho latter HHHikHHkBkknkkV mean anything or get They didn't! Keystoners. down quickly and rang misery and dire want, shallwhich are Ireland last as anywhere, the curtain vited to visit the now quarters. Fribeat the mass of pretty words "The elections held in line they were just too splendid for It away in their tin Lizzie. practically a ' kkflkkkHkkfHrkBkkB Ml day afternoon tho Daughters will Then thrown into his lap." December, when by popwords. On the racing question, tUe came a wagon-loa- d hold their regular monthly meeting majority of the entire of Keystoners h The persistent effort effort to fan boxing contest, to augment the chase, and out the the flames of the "Immense ," in the Knights of Columbus Hall. ulation the people ot Ireland dethe high coBt of living, etc., we have road they all went a whizzing. Republic, is In to revile Christianity comclared for an Irish men been fed up on bombastic bulletins What a scream! that would have pletely out of existence, and by OATnOLIO INTERI3ST. the mind of fair and reasonable that were "splendiferous," but the made for the comedy reels. In to drive Catholicity and the fmmMMMMMMMJMmmWitfliMtggii a pJebeseHe sufficient to squarely PRINCESS DELLE ATRA. decIssued brought a snicker from front the drunken coos and the Papacy from the earth, is partly relatest Catholics have a particular Intertest the sincerity ot America's, Royal Egyptian Princess has est in tho Shantung question. It is larations in favor of 'rights of Bmall arrived In San Francisco who offer Butchertown to Portland, and we heroine hanging out lie side, then sponsible for this attitude. For to must quote tume of It, which is a came the four motorcycle cops fol and we quote Paulsen again the seat of Bishop Van' Anzer and nationalities to AMBASSADOR, TO ITALY. the from the and the headquarters of all the splendid and the Papacy have the NEW "IrsUnd demands republican Peace her heart to some American. Prin-ces- - new style of of near Mayor's par- lowed by the Ford patrol full ot Delia Is wearing her Oriental- reminds one the old country Mr. and Mrs. Brand Whltlock are missionary work In China of the Keystoners, and last sen' of the her effect on our philosopher as CoBfro that &e TeoosniKmi form prayer. Get this and laugh: funny chase one of the heroes in Bame red flag has on another crea- now In Paris awaiting the, conflrma-- Society of the Divine Word, son's the .l"fc of fovwrMMBt who.. restored to her aaelent sUtasI loose kimono Mke a gown halt coa- - "With all my heartland soul and front was yelling back: "Bah, bah, ture: when he comes. to epeak of tion ey tne senate oi Air. wniuocKsi American motner-nous- e is at Teoany, Egyptian pantalettes. eliminating myself from any con you can't catch m." sovereign irttvU. Jtt demttde eeals these things he regularly has a mild. nomination as Ambassador to Italy. 111. MURPHY K. Of C. - Hert-Scarc- jVHHBWftBB, irf 'A-- ' War-ley-Rya- ns p. JX 9 fit--tu- re wf a. 9a& "k. - 7' " I 4 bold-face- REPUBLICAN MECKEL t Pslns - SWke-Break- ei anti-Christi- an i ! bou-tlo- pur-pos- "reform-machin- a i... - ot . . -- mi-n, v. strike-breaker- s. fifty-fift- Secretary-Treasure- r, strike-break- er strike-breake- rs -- strike-breake- rs out-of-to- n, Po-dun- k, Was-mann- 's ct kkkkH double-crossin- g, ; Walsh-Dunn- iHklkkkkrkkHHBIl ! kkkV - wsrkkkHkH ''BDH s Y-- ! Nostlz-Rlenec- HkW JrJ'' kkSkjitf lgB7"ggH HiiL9HHkW'.JjHHH letter-writin- I kHkkBHiLHHkHH a3Rj-..Ai-"-- 9r9 four-fift- Rucker-MoFarla- nd Kultur-kampf- vllli-flcati- on "Cath-ollols- m B .'.&. iffcwa - ta&if '.v 13ITlT03Kr jti&XSJE3r VJCE?XeXOVT- - past week were Miss Annlo McGlll, John J. Crotty, .J. !E. Murphy, C. September IB and 16 Lawn, fete, Vaupel. M. J. Gathof, M. Mayer, T. O. T. euchre and lotto, by Church of Our P. Williams,F. J. Lord Galvin, H. L. Engle,. S. and PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Lady societies, on church grounds, Thomas. J. and Rudd. ol kfah Amertcios and CathoHcs Thirty-fift- h fWMed to the Social and Moial Advasaanent September 17 'Lotto party of Miss Anita Sower, of Frankfort, Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order oi Hibernians. Young Men's Columbia Athletic Club, 621 East was entertained at a luncheon- Institute and Catholic Knights of America. St. Catherine street. . bridge Thursday afternoon by Miss Katherlne Bwinsc. The following KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Ineotporttd. Publishers ' were present: Misses Anita Sower, Helen Johnston, of Richmond; El- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c f Barbarao ? len Bodies Catherine and Catherine Matter. Entered at thaLoulivllla Poitolllce ai IjBurge, Margory iFranke, JVVlLw I T ? ,, .. .? Wait friH St. HRRXKKRHRXKinmUXXWUKRHHKX McDermott. ittrm ill Cwwnttntottlen. to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Mrs. Thomas D. Clines and Miss Mrs. B. S. Mattingly spent the Maymo Noonan were hosts Satur--( week-en- d with friends In Frankfort. day at a luncheon at the Audubon ifTH apes (jfflg cwuHMjfr Country Club in (honor of Mrs.' IT. George Shea, South Louisville, is H. Elartili and her sisters, Misses Mildred and .Frances McCrann, of( visiting relatives in Canada. umana. v;overs were laiu ror 1919 D. Elarth, ..SATURDAY, AUGS.UT 30, Miss Anna Ryan, Prestonia, has .Tnannli T.TTnnrl Clines, H. H.TTnnnnn? LOUISVILLE, KY.. wntlnm returned from a week's visit at Misses Mildred and Frances Mc- volume than before the passing of Nazareth. AGAIN IX ORDER. Crann, Mary and Anna Clines, Allene the putative father of all these evil Miss Mary Leo Cullen, of the and Bessie Hannan, Bessie Bowels, . . Florence Parret, The ending of vacation sees phenomena, John Barleycorn. Highlands, is visiting friends in of Mlddieboro; Hattie and Margaret Hlgglns. put in order and preparaWashington, D. C. schools INEFFICIENT. tions completed for the annual The marriage of Miss Winifred Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Hulskamp of the scholastic year. daughter Mr. and Mrs. The falluro of the present city ad- - have returned from a trip to French Walsh, R. Walsh, ofto Joseph Denis found the vaca Patrick Willie pupils,, .... - ciwor xne Lick and St. Louis. ... .1 I.I !! O'Leary was solemnized at Holy tion a time of rest and recreation, imumiruuun xo sausiy street Mr. and iMrs. D. J. Gleeson have Cross church, Thirty-secomany of their Instructors have used company, the strikers or the public Wednesday the street car striko only Just returned from a motoring trip and Broadway, Celestlne Breymorn- -' In- -, during perthe time for attending teachers' lng. The Rev. throughout formed the ceremony and celebrated stltutes and otherwise profited by emphasizes the general inefficiency the opportunity afforded them for of the present "reform" city ad Miss Virginia Kerlna has been ill the nuptial high mass. The attendElizabeth Briggs, this week with an attack of malarial ants wore Miss. Emll Besten and oivmirtnir all that is nowest and best ministration. John Briggs, fever and phlebitis. methods of education. in Richard Walsh. The musical proHUSH AT TOP. gramme was under direction of Indications aro that the coming Misses Mildred and Katherlne Mr. Arthur Becker the and the solos year will be a most successful one Spalding spent the week-en- d with were b5Irs. John Becker, Recently a writer in one of our of relatives at Lebanon. for our Catholic institutions Eastern papers said the Irish were learning. With the restoration of SCANLAN-s-JOYCMiss L'llllan Sweeny, of Bards-townnnna tha tirnrlrl flnilfl now condl- - not as prominent in baseball and has been visiting Miss Edna "Porttag life as in days gone :by. The A marriage of much Interest in lions awaiting readjustment, and the Dlckerson, Parkview. Louisville Catholic circles will bo being shaped 'Present baseball races pretty near system of education is and iMlss that statement. Pat Moran Educa- - wftt Mrs. Ed Sweeney and son, of that of Robert Scanlan be to meet theso conditions. Joyce, which will u """ uucuraw are iignung it South Louisville, are visiting rcla Mary Wednesday afternoon solemntion is Indeed one of the most at St. ized out ror the National League pen- tives at Indianapolis. portant subjects of the day. Louis Bertrand's church. The atnant; 1'Kid" Oleason and Hugh Miss Ann O'Keefo, of Beechmont, tendants will bo Michael J. iLeamey Jennings are tho contenders in the has gone to Frankfort to spend her and Martin Joyce,, of Indianapolis, AND THE LEAGUE. ItRITAIN brother of the bride. After the American League, while (Mike Kelly vacation with relatives. ceremony the couple will leave for As an example of the protection and Jack Hendricks are tho surest Miss Helen Manning, of Coving- New York City and from there will the League of Nations affords bets in the American Association. ton, spent the week with Miss Effie sail for Ireland, to spend a couple of months with relatives in Galway Shannon, of Wilder-Parsmall nations, there is Persia, which Far Prayer CJasm and visiting the principal cities. consult CENSORS NEWS. has Just been annexed to the BritMiss Catherine O'Connell was a Since coming to America Miss Joyco H -- T5iSaaP9B ish Empire. Persia has one vote In W Wf OPTOMETRIST in Louisville, England still controls the news recent visitor at Prestonia, tho has made her homedisposition tho council of tho league and should and where her genial guest of Miss Amolla Peters. cables and allows but few stories of 313 8TAIUCS BLDa, IMiOBe City 1180, womanly manners ihave won tho adexpect that her territorial bounda F.rmerlr with 0. M. Wlitman A Ban. Mrs. M. Ryan, Crescent Hill, re- miration and respect of all who nes wuuiu uu aeuuiu. England has.thQ military oppression of Ireland """w accepted the league constitution and to leak out, but what little we do turned the first of tho week after a knew her. For years "Bob" Scanlon wg rfliac -- .x was a vigilant and popular member visit to her sister in Paducah. BWiKUaFETEIA 7 rTltilAViWNIPE uxe made It the law of the land by a hear shows that tho Iron hand of of tho local police force, from which -SZZJJptH vote of Parliament. In tho face of John Bull is still bent on crushing Ben Narz enjoyed a delightful ho resigned Borne time . ago, after LIE'S BIG- Wlck-hamaking a record that won recogni LV EVERY .DAY this we wonder what interpretation out the hopes of Ireland for free- visit last week with Thoma8 EVERY NIQKT JI11V5EHEWT CEHTTERL- -. and family at Bloomfield. tion from his superior officers and the President will put on the dom. Furthermore no citizen of the the public. To the worthy couple "moral" binding force of the league, United ' States is allowed a passport Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Mapother extended tho congratulations of making the world to Ireland unless approved by Eng- have returned from a visit to Yel is leKlon of .friends, who wish them and of Its value In a land, which is characteristic safe for democracy. of lowstone Park and Colorado Springs a wedded Jlfo' of unalloyed .happiness and prosperity. England's criminal history, but Wave- Miss Claudlne Boyer, y1 savors of weakness on the part of la"i. ind., visited Miss of Virginia ONTA" PERMANENT CURE. HOME FROM NAVY. ferriea ike Il.at Prices Iteasonnblc our Government O'Brien in Hillcrest a few days last I Tho fight against Bolshevism has week. Kln- Capt. and Mrs. James W. begun In the United States, and it narney gave a delightful lawn dance UNFAIlt. Miss Bessie McDermott has yt- - last week in honor of their son, Former employes who have committed has not opened a moment too soon. with turned Newspaper readers have noticed Mr. and from a pleasant visitBards Fred Klnnarney, who has just reBplrlt of disconEverywhere in the Mrs. John Hfnes at no act of violence nor taken part in any ceived. his discharge from the nivy Wo carry a complete lino of tent and unrest that pervades all that tho speech of Senator Smith In town. Among those present were Mess-- s. Books, Tablets, Pencils and Supplies. active disorder are invited to apply for posiclasses of society there is abundant defense of his educational hill was and Mcsdames John Schildt, George Mrs. H. W. Imorde and little son B. Schmltt, George T. "Kinnarnoy. Ask to see our Special Clutch Penevidence that secret agencies aro at sent out by the Associated Press, but from a visit with her Qeorgo 'MdBrlde, Edward Tonlna, cil the children's delight. have returned tions with tha company. Future seniority of. work among us which, if not com the criticism of the measure in reply sister, Mrs. II. C. Kennedy, at St. Prayer- Books and See our lino Horan, Rosariei. for theoflittlo ones. Bax James Whlttman, bated at the outset, must result in by Senator Thomas was given no Louis. mortormen and conductors will date from James Hundley, William Keller, B. Religious goods at the lowest tho upheaval of society and tho de- publicity by that service. It Is cirKramer, Jamosv W. Klnnarne- -, prices. Miss Ag- Agnes time of Apply at Employstruction of all law and order. We cumstances like that which lead to nesMiss Eva Brannanof and Schmltt, Edward Lorey; Vine Grove, Crowley, both Misses Mamie Klley," Tlnce Klley, Rogers Church Goods Co. have found out that Bolshevism is the accusation that the Associated are visiting Miss Molllo Reasor, Mary RUcy, ment Office, Main Office Building, 315 West Josle Ryan, Ellon not confined to Russia and that So- Press is far from being as impartial Parkview. Schmltt, Agnes Schmltt, 'Dorothy 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. Liberty Street. cialism and anarchism are rearing and fair In its news distribution as Delancy, Cornelius Boone has been spend- Schmltt, Blanche Hundley, Dorothy their hydra heads in this our be- it claims to be. Lucille parents, Schildt. Irvine ing his vacation with his LOUISVILLE RAILWAY CO. loved land. As the Morning Star PERFECT FITTING Kinnarnoy; Messrs. Dr. John Chawk, "Supply tho American people Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bcone, at Knees, J. Winters, Joe Nlbberlch, us, there is little difference betells Bardstown. Clint Layer, Jamos MIchell, Fred SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES tween the Bolshevist, the Socialist first" in tho matter of foodstuffs, Klnnarney, Will Klnnarney, George visB. Glass Mr. and the anarchist. All are working fuel and clothing would be an excel- iting and Mrs. L.sister, Mrs.are B. Klnnarney. R. Mrs. Glass' lent slogan for a now political party, for the same purpose and in a way Pottinger, and Mr. Pottinger In ENDS PLEASANT VISIT. use the same metljods. The Social- says tho Indiana Catholic, or for any Bowling Green. ist and the Bolshevist alike demand candidate who aims to be elected to Sister Henrica, of the Loretto Miss Marguerite Kelly Is visiting the abolition of all constitutional anything. In Newport News, the guest of her order, has returned to St, .Rose TWO-PIECgovernment. They, further demand Tho schools will open next week. brother, J. H. Kelly, and her aunt, Convent, St Louis; after a very SUITS pleasant visit to her parents, friends that the industries of the country Where will you your child? Mrs. J. M. Piercy. and relatives in Louisville. Sister shall bo placed in tho hands of men Let your decision send THREE-PIECaccord with the Misses Ceclllo and Mary Nlehaua Henrica was Miss Clara Bossmoyer. entirely of their own class. Neither duty Oculists' Prescriptions. due from Catholic parents. and Margaret Murphy have been on SUITS Bolshevism nor Socialism can cure a trlD to Philadelphia, Atlantic City, RAGKALb SHOWER. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY the evils which we all admit are Boston and New York. DEFEND ONLY RIGHTS. WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. present in our industrial system toMr. Frank Manus, Sr., who Is an IKCOBFOKATXD BEST SERVICE IN TDK CITY. Mrs. Richard Cummlngs, ot earnest charity worker, held a very The development of largo scale day. It has been truly said that Fourth and Chestnut. Meadowbrook, left Sunday for Syra- enjoyable ragball successful only when capital and labor both industry has placed great power In cuse, N. Y where she will spend a shower at and home, 1418 State her the hands of comparatively few men,. accept the fundamental, unohange- - It fins nnnhTAM tha nwnnrr i inlite.. few weeks with relatives. street, New Albany, on Tuesday afternoon, for the benefit of St. able laws of God will thero be per-- try to control the destinies of tho INCORPORATED !Mls Nora Duffy has returned Mary's bazaar. manent cure. Capital must bo fair great masses of the people. Those HARRY B. DRIVER, President. where she was one Frankfort, to labor and labor must be Just to w,ho work for wages (have been from house party entertained by HROTIIER TRANSFERRED. piuvua m tney are of a Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. capital. The great Pope Leo XIII. no longer a position wnere on terms Miss Frances Morgan Macklln. able to bargain Brother Camlllus, C. F. X., who laid down the principles which of equality with their employers. Miss Anita Sower, of Frankfort, for the past sir years has been a frAnitatiHw ara " should govern capital and labor. His i Wnrlrmnn iharatnra ," ir.; . who Is the guest of Miss Catherine teacher at St. John's school, has Infer-Southe- rn v.uuiivuuu iu vvuin iui wry iuw MoDermott, has been entertained at great Encyclical "Rerum Novarum wages, been transferred to St. Patrick's for unreasonably long hours gatherings. school samo weight today as and under conditions carries the In Brother Baltimore. detrimental to several delightful social when it first emanated from his im- their health and morals. In order Camlllus leaves many friends here JAMES R. DUPFIN, President. McMisses Mildred and Frances mortal pen. There will be no So- to supplement Insufficient family Crann, who have been the guests of who wish 'hjra success in his now kSiawf.rAafiif i LOUISVILLE, KX. t,THEvPM:LlTPlATiWHa:t cialism, no Bolshevism, when capital wages children are frequently com- their sister, Mrs. H. II. Elarth, will station. pelled to go to work at an early age. Why not take an agency (or a conservatively managed, medium-sizeobey the and labor both learn to ..iLOUIBVILUtHV.1; r EUCHRE AN DLOTTO. Their education is therefore neglect- leave Monday for their home at clean, progressive company, whose treatment ot agents and commandments of God. And this is ed and their physical development Omaha, Neb. policyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of the Tho Men's Social Club of St. what the National Catholic War retarded. Wage earners, realizing Miss Eleanor Newman returned They work like a charm. American Llfo Insurance Companies give it a position of tho very and church. Thirty-fift- h Council and tho Knights of Colum- their helplessness as individuals, from Frankfort last week, accom-- . Market, will give a euchre and lotto Every box sold to satisfy have decided to band together In orhighest rank? bus will seek, to Inculcate in the ganizations to defend tlioir common nanied by her aunt, Miss Kate New next Wednesday night, tho games to or your money refunded. proposed system of supplementary rights. Organization Increased their man, who has been visiting Mr. and begin at 8 o'clock. Arrangements CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC-TIOhave been made, for a pleasant eveneducation which they intend to es- wages, shortened their hours of Mrs. William C. Newman. by Your Druggist ing: Interest will center In tho ForftSale OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 titrie, tablish as an aid to Christian social work, gave them mora leisure InjusMiss Nellie Meagher and her awarding of many handsome prizes. protected them against petty reconstruction, packages. guest, Miss Mary Sullivan, of Saline, in Deposit with the State ot Kentucky under the tice, taught them how to manage visitors at Compulsory Deposit Law moro than $4,600,000. TRD? TO NAZARETH. their own affairs, thereby making Kas.. wore last weeka house party Hardinsburg. where GOAT. WANT NEW Excess deposit over aU requirements $1,000,000, them- better men and better citizens. by the. or 20 per cent more than the law requires. Tho trip to Nazareth to be given Labor organizations, like all other was given in their honor Club HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY by St. Helena's (What has become of that human Institutions, have not been Misses Jarboe. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so will take place the latter part of mat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independof peace and happiness without their defects. We have had Miss Marie Mann, of tho First September. The regular business unscrupulous labor "leaders" and orent permanent Income, address the Home Office of the Company. ''' ifhlch was due to arrive, promptly ganizations, just as we have had un- National Bank. Is spending her va meeting will be held Monday even' DIVISION S. guest ing, September 8, at the Auditorium upon the departure of John Barlcy-'cor- n scrupulous employers. The defects cation ia Indianapolis as the INTER-SOUTHER- N First ud third Fridays, Hiberafaa LIFE INSURANCE CO. Mrs. Acadomy, Presentation 0 Portland, Home. from our midst, as duly of labor organizations have been of her cousin. cousin, John Thompson- of the McMiss Irene negligible, however, compared with Miss Mann's Fourth aud Breckinridge, by which LOUISVILLE, KY. scheduled upon the prohibition time President Tim O'Leary. time all arrangements will have been tne great good which they hare Kenzle, is with her. Murphy. Vice Presidents-Walt- er The astuto reformers dona .for tho, moneys tables? completed and will be made known. 'RinArlenrB jr Financial Secretary John Brod- Miss Marion Kuntz and John Kel- hitherto have been charging up all teaches us that the labor organlza erick, 1850 Portland avenue. EAGLES FAVOR IRELAND. kinds of mob violence, strikes, liuu uua UCT311 uues ui Lilts utm. iiihclmh ij ncio muiiicu nb aau.j. ...uw A. Recording Secretary John fynchings, etc., against the liquor of protecting the worker against the church by the Rev. Father John A resolution putting tho Frater- Martin. anarchist and" the extreme radical. O'Connor. After their return from Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. traffic, and could not be persuaded When thousands of men see no hope their bridal trip they will be at nal Order of Eagles on record as in Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and g'ergeant-at-Ann- s Martin Shee that anything else might be a of remedying their evils under the homo to their friends at Third ave- favor ot extending "the principle of has. decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace overplace. in Its truest contributing cause to these unseem- present system they are liable to nue and Confederate Sentinel Thomas Noone. sense to Ireland," was adopted by become the prey of agitators and as' hauled and cleaned. ly disturbances. These Mrs. Margaret Gazzolo announces the Grand Aerie at the national consociate themselves with revolutionof morality must now be at a loss ary movements. The labor, organi- the marriage of her daughter, Miss' vention session at New '.Haven, DIVISION 4. to Mad a proper place lor the entry zation has supplied the working man Margaret Ophelia Gazzollo, to John Conn., on Friday of last week. and fourth Mondays. Meets eeeea with an orderly means ot remedying Gregory Welsh. The, wedding took of all the crimes and troubles that his grievances, It is Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. therefore one place Wednesday afternoon, August MAIN 2933 were formerly placed on the debit of the best bulwarks against revoluCITY 2181 20, at St. John's church, the Kev, President John J. Barry. (Barleycorn. tion. Jn common with other per- Father Schuhnian officiating. side of the Vice President Mark J. Ryan. The Most Rev. James J. Keane, ATchbishoo of Duluth. celebrated the Lawrence Recordlag Secretary Uvea .the fallacy of the "post hoc sons interested in the welfare of our democracy, employers are coming to annlversRy or his birth D. Measy. d Mr. and Mrs James Shelley and ergo" propter hoc" reasoning is no recognize tflie rights of children, of Cincinnati, have been on Tuesday, and was the recipient of labor. Financial Secretary Thomas J. spending ten days at the home of congratulations and messages from Lahgan, 2114 Hale avenue. leatfer available to .the sanguine Archbiefaop Keane VISITS RETURNED SAILOR. Mrs. Shelley' mother, Mrs. Blanche near and far, Treasurer John F. Burke. prophet oi the dry regime, since If You Want the Best We Have It. 111., was orLeo Norton Oat arm an has been 9hflJley, during her .absence in Bos- was born Sergeaat-at-Arm- s Patrick Conthe "Hoc," the liquor traffic, is no spending the week .at Btieohel visit- ton, TPhere .she is vistting , her dained on at Joliet, 23, and 1882. On nelly. December longer in evidence. But the riots ing his eousin, Leo. 6. Borders, who daughter, Mrs. John (Lyndli, and Mr. October 28, 1902, he" was consecratSentlael M. J. MoDermott. has just returned from; the United Lynch. ed BUhop of Cheyenne, where he'dtd atoberiie, strikes, anob violences - INCORPORATE !';. States navy, where his- services won valiant work, until elevated to the Irtfthinw And other, manifestations reeegnltiefi from both .officers asd --;; BROOK AND A STS. Louisville vsoWttoaietfl and busl- - Arehle&loonl duty and 'transferred he succeeded the late Most Rev. of wiakedness siill persist in greater I area? I nes vtaitor aeejf la New York he to Dubuque In August, 111, where ' John J. Keane;. KENTUCKY IRISH MlMN. COMING EXTENTS. St. Xavier's College REOPENS SEPTEMBER 2 Secoad-Cla- if I t SpII PTV 319-32- 1 nies-dam- es "' -- j.. nd tho-Stat- e. date in every way. The place to educate your boy. Has educated thousands of Louisville's leading business and professional men. Up to te n, Character, Euridition, Religion, Patriotism BROTHER BENJAMIN, A. M. -- im-n- &3rj k. BECKER ' iavBtf. m jsssss. rtAVryi "r S iviK-Tiav- ar -' --- vr OpESs r IMPORTANT NOTICE I I SCHOOL DAYS - rro i MEN TRY US $1.25 E E $1.50 Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. Life Insurance Co. f ;:;; ;;.,: ,:' d, N 25-ce- nt - mll-tenlu- m 1818-183- Positively Only Ten Days More For $1.00 ONLY $1.00. book-keepe- rs B. Gk HBARTICK JOKES easy-goin- g sixty-secon- OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER JEMeJBI GU O Ot. f.-.fr - rtt .T L V n Kj&anrtJOKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc 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. RECENT DEATHS. Many friends tender sympathy to Hugo and Rosello Lang, 1021 'Payne street, from whom the Angel of Death has taken their infant son, iiern FINE meixoaiv. INVITE DE A'ALBRA. At a meeting of Division 4, An cient Order of Hibernians, Qield in Bertrand Hall Monday evening, It vaa decided to invite President Do Valera, of tho Irish Republic, to deliver a lecture In Louisville, and Col. P. H. Callahan nnd Thomas Walsh have been named as a Commltteo of to bring the Irish leader here. Col. Callahan is personally acquainted with President De Valera and tho SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL over the remains took place Tuesday afternoon at St. Martin's churoh. frank Lang. The last solemn rites ask any ocuust 01 ii FOURTH AVENUH THE BALL OPTICAL CO. $.' MARY AN'IKRSON CUT. SPECIALISTS ON J. Henry Storch, beloved husband of 'Helen McNerney Storch, passed from this life 'Monday at his home, 739 South Clay streot, leaving many who mourn his death. Ho had long been a member of St. Boniface church, from whero the funeral was held "Wednesday morning. Mrs. Ada Ford, beloved wife of Albert N. tFord, died Tuesday evening at the family home. 132 West GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned en short notice. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Arrangements to arrange if possible SEPTEMBER 8-1- 3, MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. i WELDIN REPAIRING On Repairs On All Makes of Cars Expert Attention REPAIRING AUTO WELDING & REPAIR CO. Both Phones 2300 ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SODTU SEVENTII ST., IX)UISVILLE, KS properly blended Road Service. pb)ndenmsrchi3kok:ek a iced 00cleaned, packed & ASIC YOUR GKOCKR. Home City 8300 EWrO L,JE& HARD'S Chestnut street. The bereaved hus band is a well known traveling man and has resided here since his Tho funeral took place yesterday morning from St. Anthony's church. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Clegg, widow of John Clegg, was held Wednesday morning from St. Frances of Rom church, Rev. Father Rlloy celebrating requiem high mass. Mrs. years old and Clegg was seventy-iflvresided at 2014 Frankfort avenue. Surviving her are Charles J., Harry A., James J. and William P. Clegg. the Tuesday evening death called Mrs. Blanche Gill, wife of Daniel Gill, at family residence, GIG mar-rlap- e. managers of his tour and predicts that he will be successful In completing arrangements. Tho Colonel la. 'familiar with Irish hopes and the Irish question, having made two trips to Ireland in the past several years. The committee will report at the next meeting of tho division, and If successful County President John H. Hennessy will call a meeting to handle the reception and lecture. ABUSE THE COURT. $110,000.00 IN PREMIUMS. 1919 $10,000.00 Saddle Horse Stake. $20,000.00 Beef Cattle Show. $20,000.00 Fatted and Peeding Cattle Show. Biggest Baby Health Contest ever held in State. Boys' Corn and Pig Clubs Display. Automobile Speed Contests for large purses by world's famous drivers. Trotting and Running Races. High-clas- s Mid-wa- y and Hippodrome attractions. On Sundav. September 7. 1919. hear Scrrl Cnnccrl by Seventy-firs- t Regiment Band, Lieut. Eben, Director. rorty musicians, rrotessional Vocalists and Immense Local Chorus. Write FOUNT T. KREMEIt, Secretary, 004 Republic Building. Louisville, Kentucky. SPECIAL Silk Shirts Swiss cleaned never lose their new ness. One trial will convince you. When ARTHUR A. WILL nuriiDEK 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET' Home Phone Shawnee 1010 JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 941 South Third St. quaintance or neighbor and leaves a wide circle also mourn her death. Her funeral was held from St. Augustine's church, Rev. Father Halpin conducting the .services. CAUSES MANY DEATHS. Sixth street, Jeffersonville. Mrs. Gill was ever ready to befriend an ac- South SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. (Miss Margaret B. nines, official reporter for tho Clark Circuit Court, Jeffersonville, yesterday sent out copies of tho trial docket for tho September term as so far arranged by Judge James W. (Fortune. Fifty cases have been set, twenty-fiv- e of which are divorce suits. In all there are nearly fifty divorce suits and with a few exceptions they have been filed by wives. This does not Include the number of cases that bur den the Kentucky courts following elopements to JefTersonvllle. Coses are filed almost dally hero with the foot note: "Married in Jefferson vllle." And those from Kentucky guilty of this growing evil claim to be Christians and church goers. It is a satisfaction io be able to say that none arc Catholics. RDUOXCD RAILROAD RATES. For Catalogue and Other Information, FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. SAM ROBERTSOB Headquarters for CONTRACTOR FOR AND FARM PROPERTY CTTX See us about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1810 S. Twenty-sixt-h St. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone Shawnee S68 Home Phono City 4464. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular Incomes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTING PLASTERER or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLBY, Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. 16S-- 7 Room 1, Courier-Journ410 8. Fourth Street. al I. T. E. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. GCS-51- 0 OOJIPANY Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK. PLUMBING A SPECIALTY - SdTTETWENZEIi ST. Both Phonos 4202 FRED HORNUNG, JR. AND GAS FITTING 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. . "SOUTHERN STAR" Home Phone Bhaiwseo 801 HENRY GOBS Rooting, Guttering, Spouting Your Griddle In the "All Ready for Moraing" Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Incorporated . SLICED BACON DEAD ANIMALS PRICES Phone City Call Cumb. Phone Main 721. HIGHEST CASH Homo LOUISVILLE HAMBLY RENDERING SHOE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. PAID A. Lazar, Manager 721; Money Advanced on Your Plain Note GLOBE CO. The following letter to the editor of the New York Herald from the Rev. H. 31. Dumbell, rector of the Protestant Episcopal church at Delhi, N. Y deserves to be carefully pondered. It is a serious document, lifted far above the sphere of politics, and written In the spirit of absolute sincerity: "There are nearly half a million diabetics in tho United States, of which number I am one. .According to the works of modern specialists there is no disease in which the use of alcohol is so justifiable and necessary. Many of us have very low tolerance for carbohydrates. ' I have fought this disease successfully for years, using whisky at tHo critical times, sometimes for many weeks at a time. I am my own physician. I am now unable to procure spirits and, suffering from an infection. I am losing ground rapidly. Prohlbl- liafcyis an outrage and a denial of Christ who made wine at cana or Christians who claim to Galilee. believe that Christ is God set their opinions above his teaching and say it is a In to drink the wine. Do such actually bellevo that Christ is Their profession is hy God? No. pocritical. Prohibition will cause the death of many good people who are useful in the world and doing good work. iAm erica ceases to be 'the land of the free. " Prohibition, on tho statement of those who have watched Its application in certain of our camps during the influenza epidemic,, is already accountable for the sacrifice of many patriotic American lives. RETURN OF PASTOR. CABLES A CANARD. :! tt4Wi't SMOKE Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Best Cigars .. to You SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE, ITARPY'S Made tho circumstance of the changing of tho hours for mass on tho part of some few priests at the Bhrino of the Loretto. These priests had celebrated the Divine Mysteries at an 10c earlier hour than was usual, pending zuo their appolntmont to a fixed hour lOo d by the superior, and a 90n news seeker made a great sensation 10c by cabling a fanciful story about 20c the latest strike. He must have 20c 20c been hard up for news. 16c lynx-eye- and kindred subjects. Day and Night classes the year round. Our system is right; strike and refused to celebrate mass. 0ur prices arc right; we treat you right; Enroll any time. The Rome correspondent of the Tab J. D. CREAGER, Prin. let gives the origin of the canard. It seems that it took its rise from of this country carried a report from Italy that the priests at the shrine of Lorctto bad gono on a Some weeks ago the daily papers I.OUISVILLB. KENTUCKY. Teaches Book-keepin- g, Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting SMOKERS, ATTENTION OXQA8XTTES I r?hnonfllrt ...w... riedmonts i'leamonts Chesterfields 9c, 3 ja. tTTTTTTtTTTTI" Ai Neaf ai the Neatest Phone" .. AMERICAN SHIP CHEERED. .Ate, xieiiutir Departure ot tho American steam- xuu Turkish Trophies ...He 2 15o er Ashbourne from Queenstown 20a Mogul Tuesday evening after undergoing ,20c Murads .Fags re- zuo winusor ropalrs tho occasion FUHERAL FLOWERS markablewasdemonstration of a adby TWIST mirers of the Captaifl of the vessel, 10c Allen County 9c, 3 A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 who It will bo remembered created 9c, 3 a surprise about a month since by 10c Shepherd . .k A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 9c. 3 flying tho Sinn Fein colors from lOoItallroad 3 for 4.16 9&.V?r 11 Chesterfield,3 10c. 25c7 25c, orX.?f$4 his vessel. As It was known that iocn?dr idwk Quail, 10c. 21 or for 16 , tho Ashbourne was to sail Tuesday 10c Tribune 9c, 3 for 26c Key West. 10c. 3 for 26e....... or 9c, 3 for 26c Optimist. iQc. 3 for evening, preparations wefe made to 10a Booster 'ill! 9c, 3 for 25o Don MlnarJt, 10c, 3 for iicS 'orY.'XiM Bourbon County give her a great Sinn J'eln send-ofI afiamiSw Yr WATCK US 080W Accordingly when the steamer CTOAPEST TOBACCO ST0BS3 I THE CITY. ho've in sight with the Irish ReAMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORE publican ilag at foremast head she Wo. 18. W. Cor. Preston & Jefferson Ho. H. W. Cor. Prtstoa ft tlbrty was received with loud cheers by P. J. XIXIISS CO. along the We telegraph Flowers Everywhert crowds "gathered & - 18c Nebo lCc Mecca 20c Fatlma Favorites Favorites Camels Lucky Strikes London Life 9c, 3 . 9c. 3 14c, 2 14c. 2 CiaABS 60 In box for 25c American special, 5c J2.00 160 Kremefs Special. 6c 2.00 Go z.00 for 26c Vtncl ?", no ""r.4.VV fn, 1,. unniffev , hr vw 2.00 .,! for 2Sc Surnrl.qp. Sc 2.00 10c Bob White, pc .... 2.00 16c Pat Carroll, Cc .... 2.66 16c Dan'l Boone, 6c 2.6S 26c Kramer's Extra, Cc for 2.65 16c Gibson Girl, Cc .... 2.66 for 26a Pal ma Villa. Go 2.7E 16o Old Virginia Cheroots, 9c, 3 for 25a ior zoo PACKAGE TOBACCO for 26o UK?8 ,?"?ture7c .18c - Plug ..9c, 4 forr 2 6a 3 6a ?arAno ....18c ii; B Brothers 9c, 3 for 25c ice Five Hillside Old 9c, 3 for 25c 10c Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 3 for 26o K 14r- S fnn 16c Tuxedo (cans) (cans) 14c, 2 for 25o 25o JS Yclve for 10C ruxed0 '9c for 26c CIOASS for 25c .w - '""'' f. fore-Bhor- e, MKfCT S1DNKY ADDRESSES LEGISLATURE. BROS. STORES Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Stores Shaw. 1716 20th and Portland. Our Motto: "Service, City 7164 and Delivered. Quality." 18th and Magazine Attention and THE SIGN OF QUALITY PEOPLE'S PBOYXDXHT JJIWCIATItJI Incorporated Hlghl'd 7413 East 180 ty wdUMw octtswa wm All Kinds of Footwear For the Rev. Augustine Rawllnson, one of the first army chaplains at Camp Zachary Taylor and who served In Franco with our forces, has return ed to Brazil, lnd as pastor of the NATIONAL HATTERS Church of the Annunciation, the apHome Phone City 1931 pointment being made by the BishTOM TOLAKIS, Prop. op of Indianapolis. While in Louis820 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. ville Father Rawlinson won the Suits Pressed While You Walt. friendship of all In the camp as Hats Cleaned and Blocked While well as the general public. You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For GENEROUS TO VETERANS. 312 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phono City 2967. oiia On raraitura ana Ottr Pnoaal Prorty t XiOWSBS BATES COLEMAN BTJlIiDINO COR. THIRD AND JHFFBRBON 2SS8 B. & Both Phones Medley Hotel and Restaurant Right Services Right Prices Day and Night 620 WEST MARKET ST. REUTLINCrBR Both Phones 2406 The Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities has announced from its headquarters, 461 Fourth avenue, New York, that It will offer 100 scholarships to American veterans of tho war. The scholKENTUCKY arships will be dn forty-on- e of tho LAUNDRY country's leading educational instiCO. tutions. Tuition, books, board and Incorporated lodging will be given successful ap2 plicants. Applications must be forUnderbill St. warded to the Supreme Secretary, Knights of Columbus, New Haven. Geo. Dearborn Conn., before September 1, l'J19, . Manager stating all qualifications, the course most conveand JNO. P. MORTON & CO. desired Any the college the military membor of nient. and naval forces of the United INCORFORATBD States who served in tho world war Is Established 1826. Louisville, Ky. of eligible 'for selection, regardless creed. The following schools in this vicinity are mentioned: Notre OFFICB ODTFITTXBS Dame University, St. Louis UniverPRINTERS sity, LOyola University, University STATIONERS of Illinois, Chicago University and Purdue University. 614-62- r i Eammon do Valera, President of republic, pleaded Ireland's cause in Richmond Tuesday before tho oldest representative ani' JewsJry body In the New World, the Virginia State Assembly. It was the For second address by the Irish loader before a State Legislature, he havIiM Money ing previously addressed the Massachusetts General Assembly. At night SIDNEY'S De Valera addressed a mass meeting 308 V. Jcffcr-soof about 3,000 persons. He was inSt troduced by Gov. Westmoreland UJA It IUAMONIW Davis as "a visitor who will speak to the people on a subject dear to Where the borne Is bis heart." brightest ; AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Whore tho wort Is HIGH DEATH RATE. lightest; The State "Board of Health has Where the meal Is just Issued a report of vital statiscooked best; tics for Kentucky for the year end- Where tho range stands ing December 31. With a total of the test reported in State We hava tho larcroat lnde-m T 39,449 deaths Kentucky hasthe death where That's . ah.. the a V for the year. pvuucuk ai syu Buwy ui4 "Quick Meal" conies rate of 16.4 per 1,000 population, UlUUej&Aa ACMaUbAC IB. WIU AV higher than 2.6 per killed service at reasonable 2 which Is previous 1.000 registration year. for any cost. Mnl Gas Ranges Sold. Installed and GST OUR PRICES The total deaths from influenza and "Any Make Car Towed In" pneumonia for the year were 12,677 Of this plumber 8.699 were from .Influenza and 3,978 from pneumonia. DUGAR GARAGE The combined death rate for those irtA J. DUGAN, two diseases was 5.3 per 1,000 popShop Foreman and General ulation. juanairar WakbM the-Iris- h law-maki- u Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where work is quickly dono; Where cooking seems real fua; Where baking gives de- FORDS REPAIRED & light; Qtk la. Highly Recemmaadad Whero drudge is out of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" eoraes I GEHER & SON, M. J. BMfHM, 1315 SOUTH BROOK , STREET FOR LABOR RAY, The Labor day parade this year 0 0. THE VERY BEST Adolph Rentllnger FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND SOUTH PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRO STREET ness Transacted. MVIFGfe LOUISVniLH AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving A General Banking BusiDeposits. "Works. K. PFED7FER FLORIST Street 421 South Thirty-eight- h Plants and Funeral Cut Flowers, 559-L, Phone Shawnee Both. ! -- 'MEffffifrS Phones LET US KNOW moving Local and lone distance paeWns with and Mtor vans. Furniture. All work guaranteed. 'H; free tinMrtei' cheerfully furnished charge. jujewxoar '438 -- A. AXXOX.D JNatiotml and Supply .Company iBsorporatoa Roofing - Clnooroorated) Wat Main Sttteet 8TOA.as co. s BOMS ''-'- Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrea Kelts, Grave Kootag (A Speehdty). ' jM Vm-C- hr 19M-- , i. a Main Mala ! o The Irish Republican (Mission anSaturday the opening of headquarters in New York City to carry on the work ot floating the SOFT DRINKS $10,000,000 Irish Republican bond issue to be undertaken by the American Commission on Irish InM. dependence under tho chairmanship of Frank P, Walsh. Harry J. TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE Secretary of the mission and of the Sinn Fein organization in 800 West Main Street Ireland, will be In charge of the offices. Eamon de Valera, President Louisville, Ky. of the Irish Republic, left Monday on a speaking tour through the Bast, delivering an address In BalJOHN'B. WATHEN timore that evening. He delivered FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER an address In Richmond on' Tuesday WAGON OR VAN evening. 2525 West Walnut Street UNIQUE RECORD. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 1986 The appointment of Rev, Patrick R. Dunlgan,, former chaplain of the Phone Shawnee 42. 12'6th infantry as Chaplaln-in-chlof the army on the Rhino, with the rank of Major, has been announced. We Are Motor Doctors', Skilled Ex- Father iDunigan volunteered to remain overseas when hie regiment perts Are Ready to Serve You. was sent home and is to supervise Full line of Tires, Tubes and Ac- tho exhuming of bodies ot American cessories Tires and Tubes Vulcan- soldiers burled in France, being atized. Batteries charged and re- tached to' the graves Inspection servpaired. ice, lie is the holder of the D. S. C. aad has a gallant record In PORTLAND AUTO RBPATR CO., field, having, often volunteered, the for dangerous duty. Father .Dunlgan St. 877 N. Twenty-Sixt- h wm formerly Mayor of Lapeer. CHve jams keys a riirnKti feat win Mich. we MSa. BKGLAKD HBFUSES. ST. XAVIER'S XOLLEGE 111 TV. BrHlwsr, .XaterHla, Bngfland alone the groat .Eurofey 04uaU4 Bateau XavMtes' Bra thee. pean aatloae has otdeclined, for the ClaMleaL Ml .BmIbmh present poiirm. rruirtmr maart a at least, to remove raatrkv twimmim h Wall ' MaajaaU tion,A ftdanlMtoft of pron8 under foreign paport Impost, during the nounced EPPING'S J. BUCKNER IRISH ROXD DRIVE. is of more than ordinary Interest to all organized workers both In the toirowlif fttfi Mnrnal Nails Scliitificalty TriaM city and State. Tho showing here promises to bo the greatest ever Or. Uriah Z. Lltsty made and the marchers aro expected to number well up In the thousands, Chiropodist iROockBx As tho afternoon papers will Issue S07 only two editions, the printing trades will bo enabled to swell the Starka BadlAIai ranke. Typographical Union No. 10 Botk PK..1.- - will head the Allied Printing Trades, CORNS,BUNIONS IR ;; H)l4a4a, 215 PniMent ami W, MARKET ST. Pnt. aid Trm. Miu(ir. p. AXNOK, JR., Vict I X BANNON Lidded-Pipe PIPE CO. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, for Steam Conduits, Wall Conlntf. Drain Tila. B.lk Fire Proofing, Fl9 Fire Brlctl orate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY S73.17HB. CUMR Mum rT HTORKS Thirtoaath and Ilreakturilg and Mulli aad ManIia. S Vln-lfl.- Baaaen's Patent Bo-lan- d, ftnB. 'NOW TOR Hat IS THE Cleaning and Block-lnour specialty. WATIOKAIi SAX OZiSAJTCXa WORKS Albert Smith, Prop. 5S3 WEST MARKET STREET Home Phone, City 51S1 STRAW IIAT CLEANING. Avoid the rush by consulting us now. Panama p' TIME the members wearing badges ed by tho council. LOOK INTO provid- X Tins. MM At the hearing before the Senate Foreign (Relations CCommlttee last Thrvmnn V Millnnl. OHR of tile best known authorities on the. Far eastern tangio, warneu mo cum mi that Japan had no intention of Rhnntiincr to China nnd predicted war btween. the United lr oe FANSBoth Phewaa 13S V. C. RORK. Pf KaI. - 4ftt44a Exchange. HERBERT JENKINS. Sc. ani For Rent, Sale or i 3 S5.85 AND UP 333 W, Mala Street ef AUTO OWNERS war. This was developed Tuesday by inquiry as to why Great Britain was not Included in the list of countries to which the State Department has announced pasports will be ar granted on pre-wconditions after September il5. This evidences England's feeling for Americans., without whose aid she would have lost the war. STOPS OUR SALES. As a protest against martial law, the Irish people are boycotting all BngJWi goods throughout .Ireland and giving .profaranoe to American and Irish woods.' As a consequence the British have, proclaimed all States and Japan within ten years. In which event, ho said, Great Britain and Franco would bo helplessto aid America because of their secret agreement. This is a new angle of the league ot nations. War with Japan, one of tho league members, within ten years and the other members tied by secret agreements! SurelyJMlllard Is an alarmist; but worth looKing inio. hie abatement r CHILDERS uunruHATao ELECTRfC CO. in T,. CO. WEST BROADWAY GUARANTEE VULCANIZING VULCANIZING INCORFORATBD OAPT. DOHERTY nOME. TiVl- n, lay Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Home Phone City 2511 Louisville. Kentucky 1 of the landed service after eighteen months' abroad. Capt. Doherty gave up a high position in one of the largest fairs and markets and stopped the New York hotpltals .to enter his people, from buying .and selling In country's sorvloe, and while In their' own markets. This ie the Franee made a record that attracted cause of the, disturbances that have the attention and approval of Bu been reported rope's 'highest medio! authorities. mohortv'. tonf .wiiiiam Mariinsi finrmi. who' has for New York to meet his son, n. vtrnilom TV Tlnliortv loft - jut H. BOSSEsSON FRED ERHART Funeral Directors and Embaimers. 01O VKH ARCHITECT H. W. KORTON BUILDING? ' Ctf.tr rwtk Mi kttum !fr;i.-- jEOE&ic'rxjoBrx: xxcxia ajmkioa KNIGKTS OF OOLDMNK Friday Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. Vancouver will send fifteen candidates to the initiation at Portland, HIBERNIANS. BASEBALL MINNEAPOLIS vs. Sdv&Sft5 i What They Have Been Doing Widncsday, Thursday, "the Past Week General and Saturday, Sapt News Notes. HERMAN STRAUS We SONS Trading Stamps. J II QIv rnni Redeem Qeld jj q3 r fiw r. v Extreme value, foot comfort and long service combined with an unlimited stock to choose from, make "Boston" shoes the popular choice for School wear. I S2.50 TO S6.00 &esfefifjffw ejoi ginning September 9. William Ansbro, ono of the' veteran members of tho order, Is still on tlio sick list. Division 3 will meet next Friday evening and hear a report from the moonlight excursion committee. The National Board has formulated plans for an extensive membership campaign, to begin at once. Col. Callahan delivered an Interesting talk on. Ireland's prospects at tho meeting of Division 4 Monday. Publication of the National Hibernian will bo resumed October 1. newspaper. It will bo an elght-pag- o A new and revised ritual with a now major degree received atten tion at the National Board meeting, The local members are enthusiasm tic over tho proposed visit of PresI l dent Do Valera, of tho Irish Repub Tho Tfew York State convention will be held at Poughkeepsie, be- LOUISVILLE GAME CALLKD 3.15 Rasef Ved aai Box Seat at Lea Lewis' Fourth and Market. BIG EXCURSIO N TBI LAST TO SOUTHWESTERN KENTUCKY OIL FIELDS AND PROBABLY TENTH SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1919 LEAVING LOUISVILLE AT 2:20 SUNDAY MORNING, RETURNING SUNDAY EVENING TRIP INCLUDES Visit to the Moulder Liases 3000 Barrels. Visit to the Butler Leases 4500 Barrels. BIGGEST WELLS IN THE STATE. Gaiaesville Oil Pool, Scottsville Oil Pool, Agie McReynold Oil Pool, Airplane Oil Pool, Adolphus Oil Pool, FREE TRIP all expenses paid if you buy Airplane stock at fifteen cents par value Airplane has 21 wells 357 acres 16 wells on pump and pipeline, 1550 oil tanks capacity one of the beet equipped leases in the State -- see it compare it with others. I want you to see what the company has to offer to investors. Call at my office at once for full particulars or write and arrange to jein one of these excursions. It will Yours for more Oil and dividends, do us both good. F. L. Old Man, Harris, 411 INTER-SOUTHER- N BUILDING, LOUISVILLE, I KY. 40 &a AM A UNION PRINTER HARVEY-JELLIC- O (1NCORPORATMD) COAL CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Place your next order with us. fe LIBERTY INSURANCE ld 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 gio.ooo.ooo, is tho monument of confidence built by the bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND October Preparations aro completed for a 2,000 yards of mill remnants Your cholco of ono lot of Colgreat initiation at Portland, Ore., ored Skirting Material; all 36 of Fine Quality Morcorlzed-fin-is- h on September 7. inches wide and valueB up to Batiste with printed floral Religious services for soldiers are $1.00 a yard; July sale prico..60o and figured designs; values from now held regularly at tho K. of C. up to 29c; July sale-1s, tho bolt 4,000 yards of Yard-wid-o recreation hall at Fort Thomas. Round Trip 40 bolts of Printed Dotted in dark and light colorLittle Rock Council has establishings, with neat stripo and fig- Dress Voiles; these have impered its free employment and commuON STEAMERS ured styles; thoy aro tho 30c fections in tho printing; they are nity service for discharged soldiers. values; July sale .22c 3G inches wido and sell in por-feThe Columbus goods at 50c; July Balo Queen City sorvlce Knights of extended to war America Linen-finis- h Whito Porcales; price has been the 25o for children's dresses and suits; Philippine Islands, Hawaii and At 5 P. M. Every Friday. Your choice of ono odd lot of 34 inches wldo and our fino 35c Alaska. grade; July sale price .25c Colored Beach Cloth; the width Syracuse Fourth Degreo Knights is 36 inches and values up to will have a clambake tomorrow at SO pieces of Whito Dress 49c In regular assortment; July South Bay for tho members and wo Voiles; 38 lnchos wldo; of plain, sale price .25o men friends. MEET THE BOAT TRIPS sheer weaves and our regular One lot of Plaid lie. Little Rock will have a good rep35c grado; July sale price ....25c Voiles; splendid stylos Every Sunday at 9 a. m. from Third resentation in tho class to receive for houao 9 Indianapolis Hibernians will run 25 pieces of Plain Colored and children's dresses; in regu- - Z a special train to their State cenven and River. the fourth degree at Memphis on Voiles; mercerized finish; with lar stock they sell at 35c; July Phono Main or City 141. Columbus day. tlon, which opens Monday at Port wldo tapo selvage; in a beautiful saie price toe Wayne. Salt Lake Council will purchase rango of colors, also black; July 1,200 o yards of New York Stato Ladles' Aux The tho Soldiers' and Sailors' Club on OttiO IM(tHMfHHHHHMMtlHUUC Natural Linen Color Batiste of Illary convention will bo held at South Tomplo street and establish MEN'S BLACK OR TAN 20 pieces only of this a fino mercerized quality; our Poughkeepsio at tho sam,o time as its home there. Black Dress Voile that is of a regular price of this batiste is the A. O. H Great preparations aro being medium weight and a regular 35c a yard; July salo price Rev. William P. Dougherty, of iOo mado for the fourth degree exempli40c grade; July sale price ..25c Syracuse, State Chaplain, will cele-25 pieces of Mercerized Qual Memphis on Columbus fication at brato the mass opening tno New White Skirting Materials, in ity Batiste in flesh color, for S day, October 12. York State convention. to. plain and fancy weaves; all 24 making undergarments and The council just instituted at Nainches wido and values up to gowns; our regular price is 39c Tho Ladles Auxiliary of BIngpoleon, Ind the youngest In InTieator Shea 69c; July Balo hamton made efforts to have Eamon they look hoe are worlA stand the diana, got away to a good start, tak80c a yard; July salo .25c well ana they do Valera as honor guest at their bane of service. They are dealgnea "" m .AMfc. ing in fifty charter members. AA ana hunt for eerrtce ana they festival Monday night The Most Rev. Edward J. Hanna, that service. Deery has acNational President of San Francisco, will be one of the cepted an invitation and will be SPALDING SHOE CO. speakers at the fourth degree ex present at tho New Tone state con emplification at Salt Lako City. EldHTEEITTH AITS MAPZ.B ventlon at Poughkeepsle. District Rev. iRegis Barrett and Goneral Out of the High-ReReports from all parts of the Secretary Thomas D. Cllncs were PES' BTEKIHOB Those which give the wearer perfect vision and absolute Stato Indicate that the coming con among the visitors at Fort Thomas ventlon will be the largest In tho comfert. Glasse are proper only when the lenses are corlast week, rrhey were delighted history of the New York Hibernians, with the new hall and complimented Tho (Pennsylvania Stato convention If You Are Employer Secretary Kearney highly on its ar rectly ground from a formula which is written as the result at Atlantic City brought together rangements ana tno perfect oraor of a thorough and competent eye examination. tho largest assembly of delegates prevailing. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with' any mounting in stock, with case And Need a Girl Worker, and friends In the history of the and cord complete $4. CO OR Ancient Order, COLONELS HOME WEDNESDAY. Small Shell Rims, 75c extra, Minneapolis Hibernians started a Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at drive last night for tho Irish Vic- If You Are Girl The Louisville ball club will wind this price. tory Fund. They will Invite Presiup its series at Columbus today and dent Do Valera and Gov. Dunne to will go to Indianapolis for three And Need a Position "Seeing ttBaltovino' games, a double header to be play address a mass meeting there, City 3359 ed Labor day, next Monday. US CALL The The Washington Stato convention Main 3359 club will then come home, opening will bo held at Tacoma next week Woman's Activitiat, here Wednesday with Minneapolis, Tho time fixed is for the purpose of nlay the four western giving tho delegates an opportunity National Catholic War Council and will turn, winding up the local. teams In of seeing the naval fleet which will baseball season with St. Paul on be in Puget Sound waters about that 637 South Fourth St. September IB. President Kneble- tlm East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. kamp and Business Manager Neal Louisvilla.j!&-611 Si fourth Atv. i. can well be satisfied with the pa TWIN CITY LEAGUE. CAMILLE DETERT, tronage of the fans her"e this sea Employment Bureau. son, the big crowd last Sunday beThe games In the Twin City Base ing remarkable when it is considered ball League were postponed Sunday that the town was suffering from a because of the street car strike, and car strike, and with normal condiPresident William Duffy has anfor nounced that the schedule of last Editor, has made scores of his tions it is believed that a record Pet. attendance would have been Sunday wW bo played tomorrow if 50 per cent, to 500 disstandpoint renders the striko has been settled foy that per cent,from investments, who have From a playingnot winning the penappointment the time. The schedule is as follows: followed on "tips" on wnat to ouy nant is not at keen, as the fans 1529 WEST MARKET STREET so his California vs. X. Alumni, Shawnee va. oiackin, and K. or j. vs. Hlber and when to sell, in oil and mining realize that tho club has suffered stocks, during paBt year. He knows greatly all season from more than nians. The standing to date: "Who's Who" inhe oil game. All the average number of Injuries susWon Lost Pet information strictly confidential. tained by a ball club. The Colonels Mackin Council 10 2 933 Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil still have a fighting chance for secHibernians 2 750 journal ?2. 9 (Free with each new ond place and have an opportunity City 2160. MAla 2SS0-X. Alumni 5 501 subscription 7 a beautiful map of to knock off the leaders, having Knights of Columbus.. 6 6 500 Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea seven more games to play with St. Shawnee Athletic Club. 4 8 333 of an airplane tIow or the state, Paul. Oalif ornians. 10 12 000 Write worth .5; 14x22 Inches.) JBFFERSOXVILLE. for free Bample copy 16 pages, ENCYCLOPEDIA AVAILABLE. 2 Illustrated, Miss Marguerite Coyne and Miss The Women's Activities of the building, Louisville, Ky. Anna Coyne will arrive next week National Catholic War Council, at from Atlanta to visit relatives in 657 South Fourth street, found it JeffersonyiHe, their former home. 8 H. CHESTNUT necessary to close the rest room at LOUISVILLH, EX. Mrs. Casey Ryan, of Detroit, who night and to discontinue the Thurs was the guest of Mrs. Delia Thick-stu- n day night office training class while and Miss Kate Thickstun, has WtVWVfrWfrWVWVWttrVWWVWtWVWWWWtl tho street car striko is on. Imme returned home. diately upon resumption of adequate f UOMEFHONB8S CUMBERLAND MAIN 371.y Mrs. John McGrody and children car service the hours heretofore kept are visiting relatives in Evansvllle, will do resumed. A valuable acauls ind. ltion to the reading room is a com Miss Helen Duble has returned plete set of the Catholic Encj'cloue from Vincennes, where she visited dla, good use of which It is hoped Mrs. Russell Bond. will be made by tho Catholic men and women of Louisville as well as SODALITY FESTIVAL. the girl and boy students. The August copies of the following mag WE HAVE IN STOCK Next Wednesday evening the azines have been received, all back Bleised Virgin Sodality of numbers of which may be taken out MONUMENTS ft MARKERS cilia's church will entertain St. CeJMLekltx friends for homo reading: Catholic World, Bought before the recent advance in with their fall Charities Review, America, Queen's prices. If in need oi work of this kind and the publicpreparation has festi Every been val. worK, youth's companion, Book' it will pay you to get our prices. made and the festival, which should man, Atlantic Monthly, etc. Special attention given to prove a great success, will be held orders. and In St. Cecilia Hall, Twenty-fift- h EUCHRE AND LOTTO. St. Cecilia. As the proceeds will go toward decorating tho church, the The three days' flawn fete of St, B. F. MARQESS & CO. young ladles are anxious for a large Louis Bertrand's parish will close 414 S. Second St., Louisville, Ky. attendance. There will bo games, this evening, and the many prizes music, lunch and refreshments and left over will 'be- disposed of at a a good time for all. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, euchre and lotto to be given next B. JRATTERMAN Monday afternoon and evening in JOHN HONORS FATnEIt GAVISK. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, near Oak. The Prize Committee report A message bringing great 1oy to PUNERAL DIRECTOR that they have an exceptionally o the priests and people of tho large number of novel and valuable of Indianapolis reached there prizes that will be disposed of at 2114 WEST MARKET STREET 33O0DH PXXOKJECtS. last week from Rome, when the oftho affair Monday. Games called at ficial announcement came that the Homo City 2008 X Climb. Mala SOOS.a 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Holy Father, at the request of the West 1107a. diocese, Right Rev. Bishop of the NEW ALBANY. had made Very Rev. Francis Henry Gavisk, D. D., Chancellor of the dioMiss Marie Beaucond and Vincent Do You WanttoSell or Buy cese and pastor of St. John's church, M. Yost, popular young people of Apostolic, a New Albany, were married at 6 SO TOU WANT TO SEHIi OB BUY? ing Prothonotary Indianapolis elevatpriest the beloved o'clock Tuesday morning at Holy can Sell or Trade or find a to the highest grade of Roman I Trinity church, the dlev. Charles Buyer for your Business, Form, Mine prelates. of Tho ceremony or Propertyhave any Ulna or descripCurran officiating. and was witnessed by a large assem- tion. We every Businesses Sale in alkind For of BURNS PROA'B FATAL. blage Clarence Yost, a brother of most any part of Kentucky, Indiana AL. S. SMITH, PROP. tho bridegroom, and Irwin Beaucond, and othes States. Mrs. Mary Flashoehler, seventy-tw- o a- brother of the bride, were the at To Buy If You Want or Private or Sell at years old, suffered a painful Sole Auction tendants. The brido Is a daughter death Tuesday morning at her home, of Air. and Mrs. Frank J. 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Frtsh Fish rSmMf Segal in Home, the Delegate, Monslgnor Bon- zana, has seen many Cardinal heads of congregations, tho Cardnlal Secretary of State and others, and has had much to say of his five years in the United States, and In particular tit the new position that the Catholics are taking thero In the life of their country, as that country takes a new position in the world. But It is quite untrue to say that he Is going to remain in Home as "American adviser at the side of His Holiness," receiving the red hat to that end. As a matter of fact he returns to America as soon ae his vacation time is' completed, probably this month. ADOstolic Since his arrival Won't YOU cent of our satisfied customers are ninety-ninbe one of them? For reasons, first of all, wo use In our repairing the nignesi graae or material anu cosis no more. worKniausuip urst ciass anu for prompt service none better. Bring us your work or have us call. No charge if work is not satisfactory. 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