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LOUISVILLE, SATUMIAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. Msl MORrlW'S t INTUIGENT CAREFUL HOME SmtCE MAIM American HilHHflHflHUBHflflHHiflHHMIHHHBHHHMV9fli!MBflMHIHBI' PHONE: M Every Driver an Itscott. Louisville Canlaje & Tanks incorporated C. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BELOVED Cardinal Belgium Receives Warm Welcome Prom People of America. oE THOUSANDS Attend Field High Mass Welcoming Returned Floyd County reterans. . Campaign Spece ;Vcry Tnmo and Disappoint! HPo G. s O. P. iBbar FollSftg. 1 P In United States to Preach Cause and Give Thanks For Country's Liberality. 2V no Fntiier Enls Praised Young Men For Their Part In World Battle. Warned Against Loss of Christianity nnd Chaotic Abyss That Threatens. Republicans Wolidering.Why Does'nt IssBetChkltcngcs ForBebato City Belgium's Days of Agony Homo By Cardinal With Uio Greatest Fortitude. Officials Working Overtlmo Trying to Convince "Us Wo navoAPolico. lj WHili LIVE LONG IN HISTORY. ORGANIZE A DUCKET BRIGADE. A MULTITUDE IN' ADORATION. il. Despite the boosting and flowery" Sunday morning a multitude of of Mercler, Primate notices of tho Louisville Herald cor-people, estimated at between 8.000 Is visiting in this who responaent wnoj&lB accompanying country to thank tho people of the and 10,000 attended the solemn Morrow, publican Gubertho United States for the aid given his high field mass in Glenwood Park. "f natorlal nominee, his tour, there suffering people during the war, is II near New Albany. Excepting military Is a big feeling 1,'gloom among the being accorded a generous welcome , O. P., and to followers of th neia masses, it was tho first such in the East, and a writer in the DELIVERING PETITIONS TO THE CAPITOL. MAIMED AND BLIND BUT FOREVER HONORED. siay they are sad disappointed over ceremony ever celebrated in this press glvc3 a little New York Veterans of the World War leading the great parade. At the right Howdy Six Is synopsis of the ibeloved and heroic is a French priest who served with the "Blue Devils" and whose eye putting 'Ed am his campaignnasi Congressmillion petitions gathorod by tho newspapers In an appeal to section of the United States and one it mild For tho for a moro liberal recognition of tho valient services of Amerold Cardinal as follows: and arm, sacrificed to his country, have been replaced by the Military three years Mofrow has had the ican sailors and soldiers. Tho petitions urgo that a bonus of six of the few over celebrated In Amer"When posterity shall seek for Medal and the Croix do Guerre. Republican nomiafctton for Governor months' pay be provided for tho heroes in addition to the ?G0 gra- ica. The mass was the beginning Borne particular heroes to incarnate of a series of demonstrations to In his vest poptolL and not even a tuity previously authorized. Belgium the heroic resistance of welcome homo soldiers and sailors mention of opppeTtkra in that time. against tho German invasion, there Ing with the outsldo world by means customers ho draws no line of creed, This "was becaujte bosses 01 isow AiDany and to mark the I race or color. All are welcome, and agreed that the mountain and all the Louisville' police were marks. are three names that will Im- of a close surveillance. PARLIAMENT PROCLAIMED. centennial of Floyd county. Early orator Following the lectures of the city mediately find their glorious place Cardinal Mercler will remain one at times even cash is not required, would be the proper man to tear . . "uo ICttUIUj, IU ITlio Aoinitlotni) Drnon .nKlnt. r.nrr. ' . In the annals of that dreadful time. of the greatest historical figures in Sometimes Fathor Corcoran will use Into tho Democrats officials In which they said they " ,v"l traffic-clogge""" They will be those of King Albert Belgian history. Without him, and his auto to deliver a basket too oratorical abilities, because of his wore very well satisfied with tho Dublin that following closely on a uienwooa mrK. were E Thn nitnr and day In and and Queen Elizabeth, to which will without his quiet courage, it is heavy for an elderly woman. Ho is day out Republi is would enthuse police department the public is ?Pe,CV!l tree on the south ..end of . nnrt fiovornor f.nn. iu. it.i..i. .,... bo closoly linked that of Cardinal likely that thero would have been conducting a city food station in over uu ,euc "e" naor a wnuo can- the coming ipaign and await RlirnrlRAid to .wxirt in hip smwi hoailn r C'" Mercler, the Primate of Belgium. A more than one defection among the the basement of his parish school with relish Morri "s appearance on iiJiciD ijiuiu ia u ii "i?i::r.' lu iuu uiai ui numuuj iu xcuubl uu xuuib il,B fVlA milliner in.l .Maii uan.t3uy .nnr ' u OIUVS Ul it.- UJtJ wMt, soldier, a woman and a priest. It ranks of Belgian patriots. But no .and is a busy vendor of all sorts tho stump. 01 fflowdy Ed was hAirjin( tt wff ,1a . ..,- m.AM.i. nt 1..I w.avI iu 1.lnl. In ....... ' canopy decorated with cold and naa vrniio ij " oi. tyuun., Im mui Govern-i'"'ci" very little when compared one dared to murmur, no one dared of foodstuffs. seemed Lieutenants and two Sergeants are declared that tho British supposed to tear white bunting Stan-La- ll Tho field "dnnorl Senator ' with the mighty Teuton strength, to show himself discouraged, when and a general ment would not ley, Gov, Black of the rest reduced to the ranks Not very con- - to drastic steps to hesitate to Tesort gently toward the altar and tliA shakeup predicted. and yet they it were who won the one remembered that old man sitv maintain law and nin-hnr i,mii..i. STATE COUNCIL MEETS. a; methods and with his rip en " Blstont with the stories of Smithy, order In Ireland, authorities on final victory, who secured for their ting In his cheerless cold room In 1l r"T" la the Democratic country tho great triumph. They his dismantled palace, guarding in The first meeting of the Kentucky leaderless after SarftA avalanche sun was unusual. At' ttridromei.fli;J!l!??r?!fi0,i.0f a. J??""11 were the three people who never tact that flame of Belgian patriotism, State Council, Knights of - "- m ; ""u "' times when the "" k) say, was mute Columbus, of oratory. But despaired, who from the first hour wnicn waB at laBt to bring victory was Sinn --Fein organization throughout droue or lnsocta choir the Saucy the - r h rbeetrSr?Prdi0lthe,depW1nei7t cry and under the new State Deputy, John Ed's campaign of their long martyrdom until the to his land. U1 z l l" 01"o jay .7 Sep- of the milk and nei wwring z Congress aley were , searches l day of their deliverance kept Intact by A arms and documents above the gen,0 coum do nearu have been told that when the J. Donovan, atwas held Sunday, Many seems mortally I for iSo.attack any- intonation v. tember tho Tyler Hotel. ?.. 'Riirnrlftml n &m four or tflvA nnllrn .WArn mnrto if. Inpnl Sinn ,"ln TiAnd- - -i their strong faith and believed that armistice was signed, a personal mnffnra 14, Jntnrnaf nxfnrn fHanucaAvl thing or anybod ;.rruqg most ori;"-vf7-- - nP ",.v-r luuaeLir..... lenoconsuio, or syra- ".T;.; T ?' justice would bo dealt out one day (riend of Cardinal Mercler hastened nnr! nlnna 4Vyk Vio nnmlni. '" .cuse.-- w- - X- of the mass. vnni. I his OffOrtS this "SKvuo ta spelling """ "" to all tho actors in tho incommensur- to him with tho news, which though wrMnh Viorrlna " ' """" in ane tponsor for, no ono """ '"", """"-- I what """ Cork, .'0 nn nMnKnv 1 irram bOOk that 310 OH' ," Belfast, Galway and London- - boforo center of werebhundreds Just over figured out able tragedy which dragged on for expected still came as a surprise, the AH of tho Hi tho nlta followers contest of the Keystoners vs. Bull deny. Two prominent Sinn Fein of moro than four years. because no one had dared to hope, outlined. Tho nresMicc of flirdlnnl have been Fioyd county's former soldier and Morrow The King and Queen had perhaps still less believe, that tho hour of AtoroW of Polflntn In tlila onnntnr W0,Hld,r.1,gh h mo Beraj,raemDer8 or,J,ne,ttl0UM sa,lor lads for "whose spiritual VS? resl- t Ibsuo a i opinion the least to bear during those days deliverance had come at last. The and tho return of Gen. Pershingbull was were !, mv, hnnofitTO St cvtviaI.1. ' UUJUJ, Jiivjr, UUI.'. j (nsnlmMnn Cflnn TVvIn fnro ' JmM i,f of agony, because they could at least Prlmato was sitting In his study, to- nram nnfrul irl talafrtf'me nf " leanings in Dublin and ,a)emooraUc ceieoratea. Here and thero could ing were sent to both. The State ! Bla.ck , F any places ua do something; work for their people, gether with his secretary, whon his i toreador stories that emanato from -- .i n n.rr,.i,no-i,- i An atnnvn u , iArmrva nrflnn n,l ,tr.A wpro searched. There were slight ,;'10 BlUIiiy, ., share the dangers and perils of their welcome visitor rushed into his Lecturer spoko at length on the,"11-"1- to date H mother TOarlng an arm ,band of Sc?Z Chief's press bureau. We all know bravo soldiers. The Cardinal had presence with outstretched hands work of his department, outllnln close to home mourning surmounted by a golden plans most of tho time to sit still, to and a radiant countenance. lt took " lot of "buU" to Ho hisgreat for the year, and created Stanley, Gov. Bli m ncheloe stories aboutTjoHfro h&ndfl. hand ut reports of serious resistance to the sUr for Ul0 son h deal of enthusiasm on the Kevstoinin raiders Have tbeen received up to turn. Tho look with bleeding heart and closed guessed what he had come to say, a ,ve Deen Alben Barkley combInea choir3 of Holy ",,: j e. lips on all the brutal and cruel and rising from his ohalr, tried to different programmes ho proposed. strutting &; rotutok &&"" Trlny d St Mary's churches, of the nolice riot sauads, etc.. and tho CfatA TlAtmfv Tamoi frts 0 full deeds which were turning Into a fcpeak. and killed in Dublin. In the raids New Albany, under dlrecti011 of P But the words would not account- chip preB"bunau of the.proposedxmlsalQnaixifSl?? little-shoDuring lour come, and overcome by his emotion, of waaa arown,?sang Haydn's.Third Mas. ' "" TTtiIo-Tinf ' .Ti5. n long years he remained faithfully at he fell upon his knees and buried wHlrlr of JiA tt erKetircy iwoupicKea canaiaate we ' mrifprflftl thlsr icaaTt. hunpo fiA hrlnc. found. Largo auantltles of docu- - and answored- - the responses. Despite 10 xnis fall, saying mat a numoer or TV his post; a semi prisoner, forbidden his face in his hands in silent lor ments and Sinn Fein literature were hft ometn n?; Mor ' Ni.r iavm Rmiti, irnt off n fnnnv seized, notably in Dublin, where lho Iinninn nf effective. to communicate with his clergy prayer. And when he got up at the most eloquent speakers among ????, music was he clergy were to begin operations otherwise than through German last tears were running down his tary Ttak a U of "he of on the devoting day. He said that evrV copy of "the report of Fmnk when from the George N. Burkley reported the he was channels; prevented from seeing tho withered, tired old face. his entire attention P. Walsh and Edward F. Dunne, the uiwe Ah111.1 to building up a good police and who investigated conditions in Ire- - no friends who, had they only been fSSJS?? are department, one that the city land on behalf of American Irish tho allowed to do so, would havo flocked SISTEBS' GOLDEN JUBILEE. tbo "caTSoC ia,t : as enfoyed the bes shane It hai Wouldn't be an attack on when he reUred. 'societies, and correspondence relat- - the white canopy against around him; compelled to pass every Mayor Smith's administration, which cpou a back-llrthe membershin belnc day a Prussian sentinel stationed Next Tuesday the golden jubilee ground of tho beech grove already n!.to i a sore spot with the at his door to remind him that he of tho coming of the Little Sisters showlng presented igr"Lnow; c14 ,s and a cellent. Those present were State "eBU??a" was, if not officially, at least efinto "n of tho Poor to jjouisvllle will be Deputy John J Donovan, Past State to fectively a captive. He was an old the?Po22& zSmeTT man, frail and weak, and yet ho celebrated with impressive ceremony .w, w v vu-- . II. --. A...u , n stood It all; and the intrepid Belgian at St. Joseph's Home for the Aged, ... and rather lea Walsh, assistant huh nnd cornered nnnp old Smithy. III,llil.IllllMIlI. avinIN IH'I.II prouy IIHTKV , ff,7i li,rt3i Hon, though shorn of its claws, yet Tenth and Magazine, and all who Secretary George N. Berkley, District saying: "What Is this we hear UB djS iircs. r",'"??,-nfJ?i?0tPiLnJe- l rV ' rc.ctr of Holy Trinity church, New Deputies L. C, Murphy, T. D. Cllnes, 1,linok ,GlaS3 yjwo knPaay and i,.Uv.u...u..uU o.bh. j w.v, lived and thrived in him and con- are Interested In their work are about the Labor day parade of AiDany, was subueacon. Father B. tinued to defy the oppressors of his cordially invited to attend the Jos. M. Gockel, La Vega Clements thousands of men hooting Morrow , Cottonseed Oil Company, and they H' Bedford, St John's, Clark counl o ! o?1? Baved th,e ground in both beautiful land, opposing a quiet jubilee ceremonies. In his sermon and Victor Spalding. and the Republican partv passing stances, t f cero'monjeg. playing a joke on the Parliament, known as tho Dail t resistance to the latter's fury, a last Sunday at Sacred Heart church City Hall?" Then the near owners by going homo father n A Enls LouIsVlS; ARTHUR SECOR BURIED. which, passive though it Rev. Father Walsh, appealing for an several resistance Mayor, uho had been on both hides Bertra'nd's ohareh. andP,s?x was, proved perhaps more effective offering as an appreciation of the of several times, filed times before tho fire was out delivered tho sermon. Father Enls Arthur M. Sccor, for whom the Milt tho fencethe Louisville Railway,111 one would have been work of these angelic women, Wednesday county boroughs of Ireland. early than an active against 'praised the young men for their .Portland pointed to the fact that never had final reveille, sounded last Saturday Company. morning "hick" fire depart- under the like circumstances. nart ln tho world war. He warned ' memt failed to show much merit they been the beneficiaries of at the home of his father, H, M. I heard a story about the Cardinal MEIirifrG 01. iH&iioib. wnii. von inat em't Voan rfi,Aoo against the loss of Christianity and which shows him in all tho intre-pedlt- y either public benefit or drive, but Secor, 1813 Colgan street- - was Keystone police of ours out of tho'A nook and adder was smashed up sa,d ltJiat tne chaotlo abyss Infb of hU noble character. The had maintained the aged and feeble buried with requiem high mass from limelight. Paul Burlingamo and as usual going to the fire, one The meeting of the Catholic Hier- - whIch somo natlona h b third day after the occupation of in comfort and happiness through Sacred Heart church Monday morn- Lewis Y. Johnson and Chief Potty engine that arrived rather late had JESf which other fn p,unsed and to Mallnes, when the ruins of the half personal labor and effort most ing, Rev. Father Walsh conducting issue statements and address clubs to get the help of an tIons are hovering is due to Godless-Washingthigh mass tho solemn obsequies. Deceased was and congregations, telling us that wo get up Bteam, but tho worst of all Solemn destroyed city were still smoulder- praiseworthy. will bo the first of this ness He caed attention t0 tho years old, a young man have a splendid police department was ithat the general incompetence ing, a German General of high rank will bo celebrated at 10 o'clock by twenty-tw- o and Sounds, ., O'Connor, of the of gracious and dignified manner, nnd that they are standing up very of the ifiTO department forced the of Baltimore, convoked In 1884. fIag noatlng over the carry forced his way into the archleplsco-P3- l Itev. Francis Ba,u me nag The Right Rev. Denis quiet and unassuming, and loved by waII In hiindllnnr 110 nfrllra Attiia. residents and neighbors to organize 'pho noroi nrnnaA of M.o ponnp l are ' . ,,If "losowno palace. Ho did not allow any Cathedral. ...v, Jmoue with tne sp rlt of but found O'Donaghue, Bishop of Louisville, all who knew him. He Is survived tion. one to announce him, Mr. Johnson made so tt bucket brigade to help put out the as stated by Cardinal Gibbons chrlgtianity that flag will stand for way to tho study, where will preside, and Rev. Charles P. by his widow, Mrs. Mario Secor; his strong at tho Rotary Club thatit It is .""' ,G?1 1,a' wUI on- - A bucket himself the u cuy oim.uvu pup.i -- study and work for the welfare of Peace. , Justice and order. When you the Archbishop sat qui to alone at Raffo, L. L. D., will deliver the father, two brothers, Marcellus, Jr., rumored several members who had d , and Francis, and four sisters, Eliza- Avnrniiemnn with ,thA. TCovatnnA nona. i Hon. You sure can't blame tho fire the church and country, particularly are ,, r,B , m..iB v,j his writing table. When the sound sermon. .m ' Fifty years ago, on September 22, beth, Mary,. Margaret and Geraldine, or been mumberd among the big underwriters for raising our rates, along social and educational lines. over of the officer's spurs broke the so wronir " silenco of tho room Cardinal Mercler a little band of seven Sisters, under all younger than himself. He was army of holdup victims, became so and you can't get mad at towns like It will discuss not only ecclesiastical got up and stood in front of the the direction of good Mother Marie well known as an amateur ball convulsed thai they came .near chok- Hickory Hollow and Podunk, who desk at which he had been writing. de la Conception, an Assistant Gen- player, and in response to his ing in their handkerchiefs. Little olalm they havo better bucket pMmBtawlndtalKWritoBn. touch d on tho tendencies of the His tall, lean and commanding eral of the Congregation, arrived In country's call he enlisted in the Lewis- - sure put it strong. He said brigades than our fire department. 1m formulato a uniform vl'thluo modern nations to forget Chrlsian- presence impressed the newcomer, Louisville. Ten cents in money and navy, serving coast guard during the the cops here would compare with encyclIc3s Pope Le0 u j t, who saluted him rather awkwardly, two little statuettes, one of the war, being stationed in New York, any in the country, but possibly he LOOKING FOR POSITIONS. th0 ovIls ov afflicting the some kind of excuse for Blessed Virgin and the other ol and received his discharge In June, was referring to tho police In the Meet- - foretold patlier then made possible all diocesan activities. Enls sa4;, "in ?.? St. Joseph, constituted their entire when ho led to the altar his wife, his appearance. picture studios .for, comThe Women's office of the Na- ings of all 031shops of the country, w.w ' . explain anything worldly possessions. They were re- a most estimable Now York girl, for movie "You need not Anyway, let's have fair tional Catholic War Council at 657 with the approval of the Pope, - will Aimes, parison. the Holy vainer said- n fiifiino for- fno ..oii v.iA to me," said the old Archbishop. ceived with open arms by tho whom is felt the most profound play and fair discussion. We sug- South Fourth street announces that you Right Rev. William George MoClos-ke- sympathy. "I was awaiting you. What do gest that the Rotary Club and while it is necessary to keep tho discussion of Catholic affairs. At Bishop of Louisville, who with require from me?" church congregations Who want to rest rbom closed at night until the these meetings a general programme The German did not know what the greatest and most paternal ,T7m 1i KLIZABETnTOWN. have the police,' situation discussed street car strike is over, if it is of Catholic activities will be outlined to say, and after some hesitation solicitude provided for the first have one of the Railway Company desired to hold any meetings at tho vartoul with blessings, such principles, as a proceeded at last to communicate to wants of tho Sisters, and also let Rov. P. M. Monaghau, who saw lawyers or officials deliver a talk center the key can be obtained at m. matter of course, must hurry na- the Cardinal the orders he had been them take possession of a house service as army chaplain in France, on what they think of the Louisville any time during the day up to 5 corrupted ln mind and heart, vaIv B,AfArt bv rard- - Uons' every entrusted to lay before him. When formerly destined for the establish has been very active since taking police. On secoad thought wo better o'clock. S The office training class mto kind of infamy, weaken he came to the point that all com- ment of St Thomas Seminary In the pastorate of St James church omit the church lectures, as If the continues to be held on Tuesday It:, o" right order, and thus, sooner or At tho present time at Elizohethtown. One of his first speakers between the Archbishop Louisville. munications L3, expressed their true afternoon, and the one on Thursday lSS,h2 later, bring the standing and peace and his clergy would only be there are 220 old people sheltered acts was to organize an altar society opinion of the comedy cops it will be resumed just as soon as the oreign" missions," through the in the Little Slstere' (Home on Tenth among the women a society that wouldn't sound well in church. tolerated if transmitted strike Is over. The employment de medium of tho German authorities, Street. The order has grown very everywhere Is devoted to taking care The Rotary Club might Invite Mr. partment reports a very heavy verslty. Catholic education in gen- or m , froa Tight rapidly since Its founding seventy- - of and maintaining the altar and Mattmiller, who reserved to themselves tho the tailor, at Second and , season. 700 applications from girls eral.tte Catholic press and general to keep back what did not suit them, rivo years ago. It now numbers sanctuary. There are about ififty Guthrie, who has a sign In hia and women having been registered legislation. come true. They aro in dread of the Cardinal Interrupted his visitor. 5,800 Sisters. They have in all members forty-seve- n were enrolled window, savinc he was robbed four during the first iour months tho the years to come. They are horror-strick-en "I can not submit to this," he said; 310 houses, and are now caring for at once and Mrs. G. K. HoTbert times, and pleads with burglars not' off ice has been opened. In August MOBILE. LEAVES FOR at the thought that unless "according to the oath which I have 45,000 old men and women. Since .has been mado its first President to break Ids show window again, the applications numbered 253, posl-ll- ls taken upon assuming the guidance the Sisters began tljelr work of . The p'eoplo of that section aro great-carin- g Kennedy, who TO 100. m, u Re . Father Emmet opinion of tho Keystoners might tions being secured for about hnnoLiirl ifor the aged 333,590 old(ly pleased over hiB appointment to bo worth hearing. Another interest-- September copies of 'magazines are nas been spending two months beek- - u of this dioceso I am only responsible ,enco and aUh and VPOgTfm, to the Holy See for the orders which ucuuio 11U.VU uiumu anm m uiu . --- -Ing speaker would be Monris Cobb, now on the reading table. James. may no wipeu irom tne race or tne "" "" """ .vw-..-- .., think It necessary to issue to my various nomes of tho Little Sisters ,i who with Sailor Jack Mabone turned to his parish in .Mobile, -..Amv,.j .ifi, clergy. You may, of course, prevent throughout the world with all the FRANKFORT. escaped from the Jail. Cobb is SOCIAL MEETING. Father Kennedy is a native of proud civilizations of the past, whose communicating with my consolations of religion, A Sister of me from qouted as aaylng the local Key-stonLOUisvMio ana was xiere ior u wo ye ,8 crumbled h, lnto tne priests, but you can not compel me the original band that arrived here The Rev. Dean John O'Dwyer, "easy" and that he Monday evening the St. Helena's visiting friends and relatives who du8t of oMlT,on. Not onjy Is the intermediary in my in 1869 will participate in the pastor of the Church of the Good laughed weretheir attempts to catch to use your at Club will hold a social are always navvy 10 " utter annihilation of European civil-H- e intercourse with them. I am sole celebration of the jubilee. It is Shepherd, Frankfort, is home from him several times. Other speakers meeting in the auditorium of i has done excellent work In , nns,iku v n . master here and I mean to remain Sister Mario de Ste. Josephine. The a needed vacation spent In xeeupera-tw- o mizM be Mr Reasor. of Thirty- - Presentation Academy, Fourth and Alabama and 1 an earnest follower hand that Jt rr'ozea wUh hormr the eo until I die." little statuettes which the tion at Mt. Clemens, Mich. street, who In dlscueefaig the Breckinridge, when tho members of. the good Bishop Allen. ninth marrow of all thouehtful men. The calm Intrepidity of these Sisters had when they first arrived I The Rev. Jacob Ahler, who came attack on a (neighboring woman will hear a talk on foreign missions, .The worst Irony of this threatened words produced their effect, because will be exhibited. Since their estab- - from Duluth "for a vacation with ealdi "We never see a policeman the ransoming of babies, etc., by DECLARE FOR IRELAND. calamity Is this, that no hum a the officer withdrew without any llshment In this elty Uouisvllle has his mother, Mrs. Belle Ahler, and around here," and that the police Rey. Father Bruno, S. D. V., editor ', 'science, no human power, no b further remarks, but a few days done much, very much for the Little children was honored with a dinner Captain told her the attaek didn't of the LHtle Missionary. This will At Saturday S SOSlon Of the British a later a detachment of German troops Sisters of the Poor, and alo the party which his mother gove In amount to anything. The fdve reel- - be a treat, and in adMtion an ln Trades union njongress in .uiasgow, wtadom ran InfArvmin withCa rd for ithQ threatened evil. occupied the archieplsoopal palace, X.lttlo Sisters have done very much , hig honor. Besides Mrs. Ahler's Sm- - dente of Twwty-eigh-t and programme is promised, Scotland, a resolution urging sen- - m Eur0pe today are where soon Cardinal Mercler was for Louisville. mediate 'family of six there were gomery, who were all robbed last f Though some time since ithe mission- - aeterminauon was chaotic than they wera nor iroiauu tm u vtjl.lil Ia two small 9 Alan I4 L forced to take refuge In i 9..f Mr. and Mrs. James Pennington and nrivnl nron., uvuv I mnwtiOT wtiu tu Rry movement starieu, uunug uio aaoptea unanimously, i no rosoiu-- 1 days of the world PRJBST-GROOBrooms, leaving the rest of the house children ,Mrs. Nellie Butler and salaried members of the Board of past year quite a little good has uon expresses myuiv&uiy wiui mo day everyone Is to the invaders. They did hot remain daughter, Mrs. Mary Pennington, of Safety to the of the joke been accomplished by members for msn DCODie in tnir HirugKio ior nfrnrflnn." Raid . . ' Cincinnati; Mrs. Stewart Lyddane, oops. Bat for) merits Pastor and grocer is the dual role H for any length of time In possession the official ami ex- the cause, At this meeting there treeuom ana aeciares me oeuei ni. Catholic iX3UurJ of it, because orders from Berlin enacted by Rev. iMIohael P. Cor- of Orensboro; Dennis Lynch, of pert coHtradotiim take the testimony will be an opportunity to make the Congress tnat tne oniy solution vital organisnj came not to molest the Archbishop coran, rector of St John church and Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. JJdward of the crooks tin the Gentile cae. reservation for the trip to Nazareth or tne present aiarming suuauon yes anQ ageJ ..personally, bat to confine themselves chaplain of the City Fire 'Depart Lynch and son, and Mr. and Mrs. who testified o oath that Jt was the on Sunday September 28, which will is i.ne suDsuiuiion 01 struction cj to prrntlng him from eommunlcat- - ment, fit Newark, N. J. 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We have read some of President icans will disagree with his view. BOOM AND BOARD. Wilson's speeches in favor of the ULSTEIUTES. peace treaty and tlio League of NaRoom and board for two young men in private family. All conveniences. tions and we are not favorably imWriting in the New York AmerCall at 819 South just pressed by his arguments. He has off Broadway, or telephone Shawnee George not met squarely the objections ican on the Irish question, 2847!. urged against certain features of Creel, former Chairman of the United States Bureau of Public InHo stands the proposed treaty. For Proper Glasses j" on the formation, who visited Ireland on against all amendments his way homo from the Peace ConOPTOMETRIST ground that the treaty as It was says: SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE!, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. written must, bo accepted or elso ference, 315 STAItKS ULDG., Pbone City 1180, "In any study of the 'Ulster probTenches Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting rejected as a whole. This strikes THE KEYSTONE KNOCKABOUT ARTISTS. Fenurrlr with O. 11. Wlirman A Bon. lem,' what comes to mind almost and kindred subjects. us, says the able editor of the True instantly is the striking analogy be Day and Night classes tho year round. Our system is right; We're two jolly Keystone bosses, always in a flutter, H our prices are right; wo treat you right; Enroll any time. Voice, as a very weak argument for tween the Carson-Crai- g attitude and And we flit from club to pulpit to sputter and sputter. J. D. CKEA.GER, Prin. accepting, without amendment, a tho position of the American Tory In When the comedy cops fall' down we flit to the front, 1775, as Ulster leaders treaty that is admittedly far from the thought of separation 'tremble at For furnishing alibis is our one best little stunt. from Eng what it should 'be. But it was in land,' stand iiko iron against any ATTEND THE his St. Paul speech, that the PresI- - form of for Ireland, striking than the way In which tho COMING EVENTS. dent resorted to a typo of argument declare that there is no capacity for religious cleavage is obliterated that betrays the real weakness of independence Jn tho Irish and within Sinn 'Fein. I saw four men, September 23 Autumn festival threaten bloodshed and disaster If two his icaus,c. In that speech ho said. any degree of freedom is forced them of them Catholics inand two of of St. Edward's church of Jefferson- Protestants, and tho course tQ. t Bauer.a. Park . Hikes Point I want to testify to you here to- upon them. This style of argument V il UUUV UIBUliUU 1UBUUK BUVVIUll .. .. . night, my fellow countrymen, be- was employed almost to tho word uours iuu religious promem was not ui.io'uer j. and z rmra uruer 01 Wtrvfry h TlMt lrlra nnnnbl. cause I haVe tho means of Informa- by American Tories in their attempt so much as mentioned. It is Ireland St. Francis social at Vernon Hall, cripple Washington. They that these men care for, deeply, Story and Frankfort. tion that since It has seemed to bo to uncertain whether we are going to 'trembled' morning, noon and night, passionately, and Sinn Fein would October 10 'Fall social by Men's play this part of leadership In tho protested that the 'country did not go very .far out of its way to win Society of St. Ann's church, afterThird and Broadway world, tho old intrigues In tho want independence,' branded Wash- over Ulster. They would, I think, noon and evening. country have started up again. That ington and Adams and Patrick give Ulster any guarantees that she Expert Teachers Practical Courses Low Cost hyphen which looked to us like a Henry as 'political adventuers of the might ask, but they want to do this ilr Funeral Directors j worst type,' snake, tho hyphen between German that tho colonists had under a government of and by the Call City 9 12 210 auu jiiueiirau, n.is ivuivu iis jiuuuiiiu uiipucuy iui anu people of Ireland. Among all tho Embalmers. again. You hear tho 'hiss of Us insisted that separation from people I met outside tho Sinn Fein and what Is that purpose? i land would entail 'bloody discord movement I met none who quesiO It is to keep America out of the for ages.' As Channing points out, tioned the bona fides of the Sinn Telephone 1022. concert of .nations In order that this class was drawn from English Fein leaders. I heard an Irishman Will Arthur Angomeler left Thursday America and Germany, toeing out of landlords, colonial officials and of international famo describe Mr. that concert, may some time in this others In receipt of place and money De Valera as a "moderate" man, and for Notre Dame University. Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and mistaken dream unite to dominate from the English Government, just the sacrifices which tho two ProtestMiss Anna Ryan was tho guest of decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace overthe world, or at any rate the ono as in Ulster, but while 50,000 of ant Sinn Feiners whom I met had to assist tho other In holding the theso 'loyalists' went into the made for the sake of a free and Miss Durrett Oglcsby last week. hauled and cleaned. nations of tho world off while its British service to fight Independent Ireland are a guarantee John P. Cassilly Is out again, havambitions arc realized. Americans history doe3 not record of their utter Integrity. And Tho suggestion that the men who that Washington yielded to this moderate Irish opinion is steadily ing fully recovered from his recont swinging into profound and practical illness. are opposing the acceptance of the minority inany degree." NORTON BUILDING sympathy with these men. The unanCITY 2181 MAIN 2933 treaty as It stands are Miss Margaret 'Kelly, of Hawes-villOAIIDIXATj MEKCIElt. imous view is that any scheme N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefffr-ois visiting Mr. and Mrs. John men like Lodge and Reed and Borah which involved the separation of is really unworthy of the PresiCardinal Mercier can not complain Ulster would bo disastrous n6t alone Thfieton, Jr. dent. It is easy to call names. Wo of the heartiness of his welcome to to the rest of Ireland, but to Ul3ter HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Miss Henrietta Bannon will leave The Government has thtf next week for St. Mary's Academy at dislike to see tho President resort American soil. The Cardinal Is ono Itself. Where the home Is Whero work Is quickly slenderest chance of anything brightest ; done; to that sort of argument. Everyone of the most heroic figures of the war. a pacific settlement, and the sands Notre Dame, Ind. DIVISION 3. knows that tho men who are oppos- He stuck to his post when the brav- are running out very fast. OpporWhere Where cooking seems tho work Is Mackin Social Club will give Us First and third Fridays. HlberuUt real fun; lightest; ing the treaty in tho Senate are just est had lied and by word and ex- tunity after opportunity has been first o series Home, 0 Portland. away during recent years; Thursday evening. of fall dances next as good Americans as the President ample sustained the courage of his thrown Is meal Whero Whero baking gives dethe it looks as though this were President Tim O'Leary. light; cooked best; himself. To attempt to link them suffering and outraged peoplo and and last. Vlre President Wulter Murphy. the Miss Anastasla Walsh has just le- Where drudge Is out of Whero tho rango stands up with is so un- kept burning brightly In their hearts Financial John turned a two.jweeks' visit to crick. 1850 Secretary avenue. Brod sight tho test Portland The bloody years from 18G1 to IVlUlitCOfrom JUViUglUIlt fair that 'no ono can fall to note tho hope of deliverance from the ' ill whero Recording That's the where tho Secretary John A That's German oppression. In this tho 18C5 meant the division of the the injustice contained in the Presi"Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes Mr. and (Mrs. Itobert Ityan and Martin. Really Mr. great churchman is but a type of his Union, but the surrender of our sovdent's insinuation. in. Treasurer D J. Dougherty. in. Seigeant-st-Arni- a Wilson must be hard up for argu- kind. He has done no more than ereignty to a league of European daughter, Miss Louise Ityan, have Martin Shoe roturned f.rom Cleveland. Quick Meal.Gaa RaBa Sold, Installed and Highly Racommaadcd nan. ment when ho stoops to that. We his brother ecclesiastics did In Ger- countries is the death of liberty and Seiltlnel Thomas Noone. expect tho treaty to be ratified by many during the Kulturkampf, and dissolution of the Union that Presi.Cornelius Pfelffer left the first In France In recent times, and no dent Lincoln said "must be pre of the week to take up his studies the Senate. But we now believe m at Notro Dame University. DIVISION 4. that certain reservations will be In- more than his brethren In Ireland served." Meets second and fourth Monday sisted upon. Tho line of argument are doing at this present moment. Jesse W. Shea returned Saturday The State Board of Agriculture more than others Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. followed by tho President on his from Westport, where ho visited his ComPresident John J. Barry. grandmother, Mrs. T. W. Jennings. tour is making that pretty certain. can appreciate the great Cardinal at holds the LouisvlJIo Railway Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Ids true worth. They know the pany responsible for tho $25,000 He has crystallized tho opposition to Lawrence deficit sustained by the Stato Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Will P. Bannon have D. Recording Secretary value of his courage and tht? treaty as It stands. Meany. Tho strlko decreased tho attendance been entertaining Mrs. Richard Cur-rato the Belgian people. They Financial Secretary Thomas J. their daughter, and her little Langan, 2114 Hale avenuo. That you spent for something you did not NEED would hare UrUd In all other respects tho know It from their own sad ex- 25,465. INEMiaYIi TO FREEDOM. daughter. Btt SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED perience in their own native Isle, and fair was the best ever held. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con- j$ twice a year; There MAY COMK a time when yottr "LAST DOLLAR" Miss Mary Cathorine Kelly, of St. If a portion of tho Irish Victory henccthey can bo depended on to do The League covenant Is above the Louis, spent Friday in the city, tho nolly. their utmost to make the Cardinal's fy mutt be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING aow of tfae Fund is to be- spent in legitimate Sentinel M. J. McDermott. constitution, says President Wilson. guest of Miss iDurrett Oglesby, of advertising getting the objections visit a pleasant one. dollari you re waiting might keep tkt "hard time" from ever coming. Was in not the constitution the Prestonia. Philadelphia and dther Eastern of tho friends of Ireland before the BEGIN' AT HOME. President swore to uphold and Miss Theodora Peters, or Presto- cities. At Washington ithey will bo American people that Is not a guest of her the guests of Norman L. Murphy. nia, was the week-en- d matter for friends of tho President The Western Recorder and Bapaunt, Mrs. Leland of to find fault with. Those who con- tist World, local Baptist organs, are GOOD SHEPHERD nCOETC. The Stork has loft a beautiful Crescent Hill. . girl baby at the homo of Julius and tributed to the fund have a right forever ranting about sending mis What promises to bo an entertainMisses Louise Grcenwell and Edna Cora Senn, 314 South Eighteenth to say what should bo done with It. sionaries to South Americans to con street, ment of more than ordinary interest tweak the proud We believe that tho opposition to vert the poor Catholics, but Judging will he given by tho colored children Smock, of Now Haven, arrived here father and for a devoting all ana m Place. has been his last week and have entered Sacred tho League of Nations" on tho part from the discouraging expression of of tho Home of the Good Shepherd, Heart Academy. time and attention to tho now Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. arrival. of sympathizers with Irish freedom one of the leading Baptist ministers Eight and Madison, on Sunday afterIn New York it is time for a little noon. September 28, at 3:30 o'clock. Is well taken. Whether their opposiMr. and Mrs. A. iKolb and daughMother of Miss Amna Tho tion will aid in amending or reject- missionary work here. Rev. John Tho Rev.and Sisters General, Mother ter, Lorine Kolb, motored to Lexing- Theresa marriage and Leo H. Rellly Superior want tho peoplo ton on Tuesday to attend tho races Dlorken ing the proposed covenant is a Roach Stratton, pastor of the Cal- to see tho homo and the many Im for. several days. will 'take place 016x1' Wednesday morning at St. Anthony's church different question. But the league vary Baptist church, New York, In a provements which hey were kind which Is proposed by President recent sermon was very pessimistic enough to help provide for these John Eiflor left Thursday for with a nuptial mass at 7:30 o'clock. OXOABS CIQASUBXXES colored children. Those who atte: Petoskey, Mich., to join his mother Miss Bemadette IDIerkem, sister of 50 In box Wilson is Inimical to Irish freedom. over the outlook and predicted it may bring their friends, and if 3 for 25o 9c. $2.00 American Special, Sc .., and brothers, Joseph and Charles, the bride, and Martin J. Mullaney lOo Piedmonts was about time for the ministers to can not do There is no doubt about that. 16o Kremer's Special. Cc ... Z.OD to Following 20o Piedmonts will be tho attendants. this they are welco; ; 2.66 Uncle Mike, 60 go on a strike and let tho peoplo tho grand Tohoarsal tomorrow ftter-- who havo been there several weeks. the ceremony tho happy young inn PhrRtnrflnlrlq .c, s lor 25a Ebon H B(J "go to hell." noon at 3:30. loo Donkey, 60 2.00 Miss Alice Richardson returned couplo will leave an extended bridal 20c Chestorflelds WORK WILL COST. Sc, '3 for 25o Surprise, 60 2.00 lOo Favorites , last week from Los Angeles, whore toiur through tho East. 16c Bob White, Eo 2.00 20o Favorites SISTERS HAVE REFUSED. NoWl3 SO BUND. she spent tho summer iwlth her ,. 2.6S ISO Pat Carroll, 60 "After working seventeen hours Camels Mrs. E. M. Hardaway, of Reservoir 20o Lucky Strikes 16o Dan'l Boone, 6c 2.65 sister, Mrs. John Murphy, and Mr. 20o "a day for several months a President .. 2.65 2 for 25c Kremer's Extra, 60 engagement of lEo London Life An offer of $500,000 He, Park, announces tho , Bootlegging of whiskey just now Joseph's Infirmary has been for St. Murphy. 16o Gibson Girl, 60 2.6S 18a Nebo 0 spend a month traveling must refused her daughter. Miss Evelyn A. Crady IGo Mecca . 2.75 14c, 2 for 25o Palma Villa, Cc La the great national pastime, the by the Sisters In charge of that in lEo Old Virginia Cheroots, ...9c, 8 for 25o Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Delaney left to George Henry Guetlg, of St. 20o Patlma miles making speeches to get t 14c, 2 for 26c cities and States being doprived of stitution, according to.announcement Wednosday for Milwaukee, to visit Matthews. The wedding will take 16o Helmar PACKAGE TOBACCO eight-hohis work accepted. No 15o Turkish a .. their just revenue. The senseless made Tuesday. The offer was made their daughter. Mrs. F. J. Mitchell, placo September 25, the 'Rev. Father 200 MOEUl Trophies ...14c, 2 for 2Eo n.,1,0. n.n, f day, 110 time and a half for over- prohibition laws are punishing by a syndicate of Louisville cap- and Mr. Mitchell and little son Rlloy, of St. Frances of 'Rome sua Aiuraas u. a. juarine uui I'tug ,.c, 3 ror 2Bc tho 9c, 3 for 25o Five Brothers lei Old Hillside chUTch, time and no quitting when the beer drinkers, especially the ierformIng tho marriage 20a Windsor Fags . . . . italists. Tho property fronts 250 Kenneth. 9cl 8 for 25o ceromony. Mr. Guetlg recently refeet on the east side of Fourth lOo Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 8 for 25a wtoistle blows and forgetting work TWIST champagne street, between Chestnut and Broad The wine and 16a Tuxedo (cans) 14c. 2 for 25a turned from Europe, where he had Mrs. P. H. Callahan and daughter, l, till tomorrow," exclaims the drinkers have well stocked cellars, way, and is ono of tho most valuable Miss Edith Callahan, are sojourning been In the naval aviation service lOo Allen County 9c, 3 for 25o Jg U' &r 2bS Tuxedo ..l our British propagandist and tho only one eatisQed with tho in Louisville. 9c, S for 25c at Atlantic City, rwhoro they will be of tho United States during tho war. lOo Shepherd "ciOAJtS neighbor. But notice will be taken present state of affairs Is the fanati 9c, 3 for 25o 10c Railroad Joined by Col. Callahan, who Is now Bol Qf Tho marriage of Misa Florence 10c War Hawk 9o, 8 for 25a Chesterfield, 10c, 3 for 25c, or EUCHRE AND LOTTO. tn the East. . 14.16 that 110 mention Is made of tho cost cal prohibitionist. 10a Red Bud ..9c, 3 for 26o quail, 10c, 3 for 26c, or Ising and William E. Fox will be 4.15 of President Wilson's trips and his 9c, 3 for 25c Key West, 10c, 8 for 25c, or ....4.15 10a Tribune Next Friday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Doll, who solemnized Wednesday morning .with lOo Booster 9c, 3 for 25c Optimist. 10c, 3 for 25c, or :4.1s MINISTER'S OPINION. absence from Washington. Already a ouchro and lotto will be sold their home on Cherokee .road, nuptial high mass at 9 o'clock at 10a Bourbon County 9c, 8 for 25o Don Mlnardo, 10c, 8 for 25c, or. ..J4.1S the bill Is the most startling ever given in the school hall for tho will move the last of the month to St. Philip Norl church, and will bo CHEAPEST TOBACCO STORES XK THE CITY. WATCH US QXOW Hero Is a sane and logical v!ew of benefit of St.- Paul's church. Pleas- West Broadway, where they havo a society event of much Interest recorded, reaching into the millions, CUT-RAT- E AMERICAN TOBACCO STORE among the younger set, with whom tho Irish question by Rev. Richard ure Ridge iPark. Games will foegln taken a house. whloh the peoplo must pay. Is favorite. The No. 1 8. W. Cor. Preiton ft Jeffenon the bride-eleNo. a N. W. Cor. Pregtoa & liberty Roberts, a Protestant pastor of at 3:30 and 8:30. A splendid lunch P. J. KBEMER ft CO. Misses Catherine McDermott and groom is one of the most popular Brooklyn, who had been touring Ire- will also be provided and all friends TAKE OTHER VD3W. of tho church and pastor aro in- Elizabeth Malone will leave for young men in the southern section land, and writes as follows from vited. Those from the city should Manhattanvllle, N. Y., where they of tho city and for a number of ( take Orrell cars to Glenbrook will spend the winter at the Acad- years has been a leader in the If the peace treaty must be ac- London: hJ Mtugtr. M. 1. SAHKOM. PrttWeitt P. MMNOH, JR., Vici Prt:. Club, and also Columbia Athletic Treu. emy of the Sacred Heart. I mado it my business to see a cepted or rejected as a wholo withactive In Catholic social circles. people in I was out change or amendment, we would good many in seeing Ireland. whose eome Messrs. and Mesdames James T. SRTSLBYVILLE. fortunate TROUBLE FOR NOTHING. faTor rejection. But despite Pres- names are held in great respect far McKenna and H. H. McNab have Entrance into tho TIpperary Club Mr. and Mrs. John M. Casey, returned from Military Park, where ident Wilson's appeal, we do not beyond the shores of their own visitors tney spent the su nmer, ana nave was forced Saturday morning by aro that these are the alter- - Island. They were not all of the Shelbyvllle, had as week-en- d Sewer and Calvert Pipe, politics either taken and Mrs. Senate Foreign Rela- - same persuasion, but they in were all Mr.Louisville. Stephen Van Winkle, Ing. an apartment In tho Wyom- soldiers. They found the building The unoccupied. or in religion: of Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Consaits, ltnltteo has proposed several 'alike convinced that the present Military and police raids, which Miss May Kate Cotter, of ShelbyWall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, 'daughter, began Friday in connection with lead- vllle, left, tho first of the week for Land we do not believe course of the Government was .Mrs. B. IF. Keemn and Fire Proofing", Flae Lining", Fire BrictI - Sacred Heart Academy, Miss Mary iKeegauj Miss Catherine the proclamation of the suppression Louisttee wishes to reject ing to swift and Irreparable catas- thetrophe. One thing 4s plain the ville, where she will attend Mhool Hunsinger, of Jeroatown, and of the Sinn Fein Parliament and Crate and Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teps. ;uard the Monroe iatadflv irlff nf onhor Anlnlnn In Ti Friday to Sinn Fein organizations throughout Mies Noll Jennings, this year. uivocatlon and OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. towarS the. Sinn Fein Dosition. Joe Casey has arrived home from spend some time in Washington and Ireland, were continued Saturday. During the morning the raiders pro this the Government policy is Flint, Mich, X that Amer-JFEdward Casey has New York. CUMB. MAIN S07, PHONES CITY ceeded ot the house of David Kent,! forced into ji&r&W resonslble; ibut 11 is due also entered Center College at Danville, in part to the respfct In whloh the and David Casey has John Xi. CKtlllwm aed La Sehueter a Slim Fein member of Parliament, sn spending aad Niatk a4 MasaslU. el 3s tha Sinn Fain laadarc ara hold outalila trip, and searehed the place. The raiders til, wesk visiting relatives in lett Mondy ok ? Kk amend- - tha movement. i Nethtaat la mora Chicago. . going to .WMbtBMen, York, met with no opposition. Nw ( PKESIDKNM1. Thirty-secon- Hours 10-- 1, 3-- 0 BECKER I Book-keepin- g, l Y. M. C. A. 1 H. B0SSES0N FEIIR AVENUE MgmS&nooI -1-Main Eng-purpos- e, ( SOGIETV. I and September Be Last Month For $1.00 FRED ERHAST ARCHITECT their-fello- w E. G. HEARTICK ONLY Sl.OO. pro-Germ- o. -- Where the QuicK Meal Comes In of-th- 1818-182- GEHER & SON, w. st. Irish-America- ns es The Last Dollar n, M J 1 S - Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. hjitn court asaagigigEfagsagg $m .mismmtm&M SMOKERS, ATTENTION! 10,-00- ur work-Ingma- n. Courier-Journa- () - ct 44ee4s)a4 P. ti BANNON PIPE CO. or ud lft 573-178- I , a4ea WOUKS-Tfairleeath- aad e -- 1 i . KEarxjOHrx3EE - RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish Amcricah are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. 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TBtfflF jSnmSajLjmm TBIss1jbKIsssssssww Jt mjBKry-mk .1BBliJBIMfiBlBfB!?tigsBBssssBM T (iF JttB PTr j"y t WH BLLlflHt lHIH 1i4!i,''"Je,jJj,JJJ v) iT I ns msBKsfc uKS?9l9HEmlRt TtfssBBBasBsl ipf j JHtfniFSvMBirSlSBB immb BRIDE. Met. SCHOOL DAYS Wo carry a complete lino of Books, Tablets, Pencils and Supplies. Ask to see our Special Clutch Pencil the children's delight. See our line of Prayer Books and Rosaries for tho little ones. Religious goods at tho lowest prices. & PROPERLY BLENDED Road Service. ICBD OPERAS PACKED parade from the steps. STAND OF BASTILLE DAY PARADE. President Polucare, Marshals Foch, Joffro and Potaln and tho loading men of Franco reviewing the IMPRESSIVE SCENE AT REVIEWING CLEANED, ASK YOUR GROCER. Home City 8300 ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER mmsm w-": mm'ftMh mWlroriw ' v ai JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 941 South Third St. AWFUL DEATH. John R. Blandford, thirty-eigh- t years old and a well known switch man for the Louisville & Nashville railroad, met a terrible death Monday afternoon, when his 'body was crushed between two freight cars in tho yards at Highland Park. The unfortunato man was immediately placed in an ambulance, but expired while being taken to Sts. 'Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. A watch, which had stopped at 1:05, a crucifix and beads were found in Blandford's pockets. He is survived by his wife, Lula Wheatley Blandford and six children, who reside at 2104 Garland avenue. The funeral waB held Wednesday morning at Sacred Heart church, Father Patrick Walsh celebrating the requiem mass, after which the remains wore taken to Springfield for burial. LUCES OUR CITY. TAKES LOUISVILLE FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 FINE JOnN B. O'LEARY & CO. SAM ROBERTSON Headquarters tor CONTRACTOR FOR AND FARM PROPERTY CITY See us about anything In real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1310 S. Twenty-sixt-h St. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S68 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. . 4iMHA fenvlnir rncmlar ln-WM. P. BANNON t comes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTING PLASTERER or red tape. Loans to housokeepors an their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Cumb. S. 151-- 1 Room 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. I,. GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. al T. E. YANN C08-51- Elmer J. Fox, now general manager of tho Superior Optical ComA SPECIALTY pany, speaks very well of Louisville Incorporated. and is well pleased with tho manner in which the public has bestowed FRED HORNUNG, JR. Its patronage. Ho hails from anSOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 PLUMBING AND .GAS FITTING other State, is a Knight of Colum bus, and has associated with him 712 West Jefferson Street Both Thones 4203 Olllo Feng, a member of the Y. Louisville, Ky. M. I. and organist of St. Paul's church. They will welcome a visit "SOUTHERN STAR" Home Phone Shawnee 80S from any who need itheir services, SLICED BACON HENRY GOSS with tho assurance that courtlous Roofing, Guttering, Spouting treatment will be received and the AU Ready for Your Griddle in the Morning" Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted best in optical goods given for the least monoy. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. DAIRY COMPANY Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS GLOBE Silk Shirts vince you. cleaned never lose their newness. One trial will conSwiss When SWISS Cleaners & Dyers SECURITY & LOAN CO. New Albany Council, Knights of Columbus, which has largely In Incorporated. creased its membership, has elected A. Lazar, Manager CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST following officers for tho next Monoy Advanced on Your Plain Note the year: James A. Thornton, Grand Call Homo Phone City 721; 312 West Jefferson street Knight: Eugene Fenger, Deputy Cumb. Phone Main 721. (Second Floor) Grand Knight; Frank O'Brien, CO. LOUISVILLE RENDERING City 2967. Alfred Dowd, Advocate; Homo Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. RECENT DEATHS. marriage of Miss Virginia Patricia Ahearn to John Stephen Rogers Church Goods Co. Quirke, of Brooklyn, N. Y was 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. solemnized Wednesday morning of last week at Holy Name church by Rev. Father J. T. O'Connor. After tho ceremony hreakfast was served if You Are Employer at tho homo of the bride. Miss Lillian C. Keating, aunt of tho bride, And Need a Girl Worker, was maid of honor, and Edward F. Quirke, of Brooklyn, was OR his brother's best man. Tho bride wore a gown or ivory satin and tulle veil If You Are Girl and carried a shower bouquet of Killarnoy roses. Tho maid of honor And Need a Position woro a gown of peach crepo meteor City 3359 and carried a shower bouquet of Main 3359 CALL US Ophelia roses. Upon their return Woman's Activities, fiom a short wedding Journey, Mr. and Mrs. Quirko will spend ton days National Catholic War Council with tho bride's mother, then will leave for Brooklyn to make their GS7 South Fonrth St. home. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, JEFFERSOXVILLE. Employment Bureau. Mrs. Mary Constantino and daughter, Miss Lillio Constantino, Walnut street, Jeffersonvlllo, have gone to Atlanta, Ga., to visit Mrs. Edward Shellnut, another daughter of Mrs. We Are Experts on Fords Constantino. Miss Mary Marra, East Court Give Us a Trial avenue, who was visiting in Chicago, has returned. Free Road Service Miss Daisy Belle Kehoo has reIndianapolis and turned form MOTOR CO. where she visited. (Miss Mary Conroy, Spring street, 114 SOUTH FLOYD ST. Jeffersonvlllo, who was the guest of relatives at Columbus, Ohio, has PHONE CITY 1850 leturncd. - - - ICENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Duffy, of LOUISVILLE Dallas, Tex., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shannon, Rose-dalAAA TTTTTTTTTt The stw nj rssw s,js ifa 1 WE HAVE IN STOCK MONUMENTS MARKERS an Bought before the recent advance in nrices. If in need of work of thin it will pay you to get our prices. jji;i.iai uHimim given lu n orders. a Worker B. F. MARQUESS JOHN B. & CO. 414 S. Secdnd St., Louisville, Ky. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET West Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1107a. THE FORD SHOP TRY iti 'the: Cin-clna- ti, PEFFER wTz&k Vi pill'that will" 'LfPls Lii) f&rm WENRY C. MCfmr. LOUIAVIUUt, KV. e. M .9. PORTLAND CARNIVAL. Phone HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Stores a Specialty. Shaw. 1716 Hats Delivered. Our Work Called For vacancy. 20th and Portland. Motto: "Service, City 7164 and 18th and Magazine attention and Quality." COMES FOR BRIDE. THE SIGN OF QUALITY TEOFIE'B PKOVIDENT AJ5SCTa.TIX The marriage ceremony of Dr. Ed Incorporated Slghl'd 7418 ward J. Tracy and Miss Anna 'Williams was performed In St. AnOiUie&l East 180 n 1)7 Was thony's church, Jeffersonvlllo, on to SCOlCS KENTUCKY Monday morning by tho Rov. Oderic X, A LAUNDRY Auer, many relatives and friends CO. On rnralture and Other personal being present. Tho attendants were Property at Incorporated Miss Margaret Ford and Frank LOWEST RATES 2 Williams, the latter a brother of the BUILDING COLEMAN Underbill St. bride. The bridegroom is a son of V i!Esr Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tracy and Is o. B. COR. THIRD AND. JEFFERSON Geo. Dearborn phones Both an Interne in St. Elizabeth Hospital, Manager Dayton, Ohio. Tho bride is a daugh ter of and Mrs. Thomas Wil Hotel and Restaurant JNO. P. MORTON & CO. liams. Mr.wedding breakfast follow Medley A ed the marriage in tho homo of tho INCORPORATED Right Services bride's parents. Dr. Tracy and Mrs. Kstabliaked 182G. Louisville, Ky. Tracy left in the afternoon for Day Right Prices ton. All Kinds of Footwear d Org-anlxsWell-know- NATIONAL HATTERS Rome Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Sou Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Chancellor: Anthony zooller, Financial Secre tary; Andrew Stlerstoadter, Record ing Secretary; William J. Recevour, Treasurer; John Qulnkert, Warden; Louis I. Vernia, Inside Guard. John A. Cody was elected Trustee for a term of three years, and Henry Keller was chosen Trusteo to fill a East Walnut street, whose wide circle of friends wore grlevod to learn of her death. Her funeral was held Wednesday morning from St. John's church, Rev. Father Schuhmann conducting the solemn 6orvices. Mrs. Anna Catherine Clear, forty-on- e years old, wife of John P. Clear, 2612 Cedar street, died Mon the final summons came to Anna May Fravert, beloved wifo of Fred Fravert, at her home, 632 Monday 014-C2- Day and Night OFFICH OUTFITTKBS PRINTERS MARKET ST. STATIONERS 620 WEST ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. REUTLINQKR Adolph Both Fhonea 2406 0 0. THE VERY BEST Reutllnger FIRE INSURANO TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 123 PLATE GLASS 80UTH THIRO STREET EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS SOUTH SAVINGS LOUISVILLE AND DEPOSIT BANK J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST Tomorrow tho St. Rose Society and the young ladles of St. Joseph's church, East Washington street, will celebrate their anniversary. At 7:30 in the morning there will bo high mass and general communion for the memhers, and at 2:30 In tho afternoon solemn vespers, anniversary sermon and benediction. Tho Rev. B. A. Enls, O. P., of St. Louis Bertrand's, will deliver the sermon. AUTUMN FESTIVAL. Next Tuesday tho autumn festival and chicken supper to be given by St. Edward's church, Jeffersontown, should attract many from tho city to Bauor's Park on the Taylorsville road. For weeks Father Revermann and his people have been busy preparing for this festival, which should prove one of (the best of the season. And the supper he more Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Deposits. A Oeneral Banking Business Transacted. WHOLESALE 000 .West Main Street Louisville, Ky. HOUSE FOR SALE. Five-room JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING Twenty-Sixtss cottage, A 1226 first-cla- Hull street, $2,100. bargain. jvrttHiraYora) vMOVE- Both Thones Botn Phono 530 South Shawnee 1986 h St. West 1084 than a feast A V. LONG DISTANCE HAULING EOKER BOOSTERS. K. Ecker club has hcesa organized in the East End to boom tho chances of Vic Ecker, Democratic nominee for Councilman, and the entire Democratic ticket. VJc ils especially popular with the younger element of Democracy and his frienda predict that he will he given a banner vote in November, and ait tho aane time 'bring great atreogth to the ticket. Phone Shawnee 42. sftaffiiFiaS LET OS KNOW Local and Ions? distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and shipping. All work guaranteed. cheerfully furnished free of charge. A. ARNOLD & SONS AUCTION ts 8T0RA9E CO. (Incorporated) 4M 'Weet Mala Street National Supply Company Incorporated t Roofittg and . Piteh, Coal Tar, Tarrea FelU, Gravel RooHg (A Specialty). 134 W. Mala ISM; Main 14W-FfcMMfr-O- ity Y ,.. Wo.Aro Motor Doctors, Skilled Experts Are Ready to Serve You. Full lino of Tires, Tubes and Accessories. Tires and Tubes Vulcanized. Batteries charged and repaired. PORTLAND AUTO REPAHl CO., HAVE WORKED HARD. St. 877 N. Twenty-Sixt- h The young ladies of St. Boniface Sire tost boye aa c4aeUo that will prepare thm tor life. congregation have teen doing some work and will ST. XAVIER'S ,COLLEQE real hard entertainment inpresent an St. Bonielaborate . 113 yt. Breaaway, ZmtaTUIa, face Hall next Wednesday and Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers Thursday. They hav arranged some Solentlfte CbuMloal, BuMaaae and Larr Course. Preparatory DepartmentQyBUM- very novel features and promise Bwlmralmr Pool. Well Kqulpped t. thatr friends an evening of -t- AUTO OWNERS day afternoon from a complication of diseases. She Is survived by four sisters and two brothers. Funeral WEDDING JUBILEE. Diamonds services were hold Wednesday morning at St. Charles church, of which Henry Walter, Jr., and his estim she was a most highly esteemed able wifo. Mrs. Elizabeth Gobhart member. Walter, last Saturday celebrated their silver wedding anniversary, ill for more than a year, Miss whon congratulations (were received Mary McCarthy, aged from friends all over tho city. The Francos Money iftV TvTafrJ. eighteen, was released from earthly religious celebration and jubilee Buffering Saturday morning at tho uass were held in St. Vincent ae SIDNEY'S home of her mothor, Mrs. Michael Paul's church, followed foy a recep McCarthy, 526 North Eighteenth tion and festivities In tho homo, .08 V. Jeffcr- street. She was a girl of exemplary 704 East St. Catherine street. Tho character and her death brought worthy couple were married Sep l( III U IIN' grief to many friends. Funoral tember 11, 1894 in St. Marttn's services wore held Monday morning church. Threo ot the ushers at the at St. Patrick's church. wedding woro guests ot tho celebrants. Gaorgo Schaefer, sixty-foyears old, a respected member oC St. DANCE PARTY. Martin's church, was found dead Sunday morning In a ohalr la front AIIrs Dnrntliv flulllv.in cave an in of his home, the result of a heart formal dance party Friday evening attack He is survived by two sons, at her homo on Longest avenue. We have the larffeit Inde. George and Harry Schaefer; three Those present wero Misses Mary Shop la A (indent Sle city. rord Repair daughters, Miss Katie Schaefer, Mrs. Louise Webb, Amble Kelly, .uicy $ Our modern facilities mean X Elliott Sheehan and Mrs. Frank Ainslie, Louise Brooks, Susie szuiea service at reaiuuuuio two brothers and a Pilcher and Alice Hopkins; Messrs. Kohler and sister. Tho funeral took place Tues-Ja- y Robert McDevitt, William Henry OET OUK FSZOSS "Any Make Car Sowed. In" morning with requiem high Harrison, Slaughter, John Ed mass. Winston Kratz, Charles Boden, Sam DUGAN GARAGE Doden and Keith Spears. Emmetsberger, sixty-tw- o Adam IRA J. DUOAN, years old and long a conspicuous Shop Foreman and Oeneral DEFIES BRITISH BULLETS. Manager figure In Louisville Catholic andcrkTTTTr nnnmr HTT?rr.T musical circles, was called into Arthur S. Griffiths, acting Presi eternal rest Sunday morning, follow dent of tho Irish Republic, speaking ing an Illness of only a few days. at a Sinn Fein meeting in Dublin For a number of years past he had Friday night, said ho did not care "A Near to You ai the Nearest Phone" been engaged In the stock brokerage a rap for tho Government proclabusiness and enjoyed the confidence mation of Sinn Fein and since tho FUNERAL and respect of all with whom he people had elected him and the had dealings. Of a genial and happy other members of tho Government A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 disposition and always ready to help to office, jails, bullets and bayonets A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 In charity work, he will be missed would not prevent them from carrying among Ills friends and associates. out their trust. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Kelley Emmetsberger; Catherlno CASEY'S COUSIN. threo sons, Frank, Thomas and Adam Emmetsberger, and a daughManager Pat Moran, who has sucter, Mrs. Mary E. Bohlen. The ceeded in guiding the Cincinnati funeral and solemn requiem high Reds to the National League champmass took place Tuesday morning ionship, is a first cousin of John at "St. James church, attended by M. Casey, of Shelbyville, who had We telegraph Flowers Everywhen people from all sections of the city two sons with the A. E. F. In and county. France. The Portland Civic Club announces its first fall carnival, to Tho take place September show will he held on tho lot at Twenty-sixt- h and Alford, whero for tho past two years tho club has had its war garden. As the admission will be free, everything points to tho largest crowd over gotten together In Portland. A vote will bo given everyone attending with a chance on high class merchandise worth $150. A band of ten pieces, com munity singing and numerous other features will provide a good time for all present. The club embraces the most progressive men in tho Portland section of tho city. 24-2- 6. SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A J, 5c They woric like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-ccnt Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY. OHIO RIVER IBest Cigars Made 1 ,Si A SPECIALTY. i' l t i l '! !' '! ! '! 'V ! Segal & Boyer Fish Co. 811 East Jefferson Street. Home City 1061. kWM KflHH I k8 Do You Want to Sell or Buy es ur FORDS REPAIRED i,r ' SO YOU WANT TO EELIi OB BUT? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mine or Property of any kind or description, we have Businesses and Unter-prisof every kind For Sale in almost any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. To Bay If Von Want or Private or Sell at Sale Auction Write or Call BUSINESS EXOHANOE Auctioneer and Seal Eitate 2 .LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. Cumb. Phone, Main 29E0 Home Phone, City 6343 Zf Ton Want to Wet With Us, Send for Contract ETHEKIDOB 701-70- I MEN'S BLACK OR TAN - W0RKSH0ES $3.50 to. $600 These shoes are world beaters they look well and they stand the and built for service and they ren der that service. bang's of service. They are designed FLOWERS SPALDING SHOE CO. Out EIGHTEENTH AND KAFUE District of the High-ReOPEN EVENINGS nt BIRDSEYE VIEW OIL MAP OF KENTUCKY FREE Also Sample Copy Free of the RECTORY DAMAGED. MUSICALS FOR SOLDIERS. Miss Rose C. Henley and ten of her girl puplte gave a most pleasing musical entertainment Sunday even- CORNS.BUNIONS Nails iiiiiiiBSflHifc V-ta. - njoy-maa- 'Mr. ' While engaged in the church of St. Mary Magdalene last Friday afternoon a blaae was discovered In the rectory of Rev. Father William Gausepohl, the pastor, kt Brook and College street. The f re was soon extinguished, but nei before damage had feen done eon-8ldr- fftfrmfef Md Mwrntl Se!WkiHy TreiW KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL seventy-fiv- e Or. Uriah Z. Litsgy ing in the open amphitheather at Camp Knox for the soldiers of the artillery regiments stationed there. were made by The arragement Chaplains Lemon and Baird. LlHk. 'w Chiropodist 507 Starka r Botb w . Fully illustrated, thirty-twthousand readers. ADDRESS o Inter-Southern pages, Bil4i Pho,. wki KENTUCKY OIL JOURNAL Building: XX LOUISVILLE, KV. IlZEEBCarCJOBTY XRXSX1 AMBRIOAJ&, HERMAN STOWS ? SONS xi roufmj iHCwamrco market snwrr AVBNot If " 1111 SchoSfc. fel flfe Tfniiif-- INTRODUCING ft We Give and Redeem Qoid Trading Stamps. IN THE MEN'S STORE PALL STYLES IN MISS GRACE OTTER Supervisor Of Our New Home Economy Department MANCHESTER m L If A ' SHIRTS Great care has been exercised in the selection of materials and patterns of this well known make of Men's Shirts, made with the popular Soft French cuffs and laundered neckband. As usual, all sizes. Fine Madras Shirts $1.75 Crepe Madras Shirts $2.00 Fine Oxford and Repp Shirts $2 SO Satin Stripe Woven Madras Shirts. $3.50 Silk and Linen Mixture Shirts $4.98 Genuine Silk Java Crepe Shirts. . .$5.00 Fine Crepe de Chine ShirU $10.00 Extreme value, foot comfort and long service combined with an unlimited stock to choose from, make Boston" shoes the popular choice for School wear. fX III S2.50 TO S6.00 mhnSffwe, -- . HsSsHuslN! ssssHPsiBlEflMk 4?$ BBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBk.BBSBBBSh SAORED HEART ACADEMY, The TJmulliie Boarding and Day School ror Girls and Young' Women. XT. CRESCENT HX&X,, X,OUXSVXUJE, High Moral and Intellectual Stand ards. Catalogue Sent Frco. Address: Secretary, Sacred Heart Academy, 3116 Cherokee Drive, KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE OUR NEW HOME ECONpMY DEPARTMENT will be in charge of Miss Graco Otter, k Louisville young woman who is exceptionally well qualified for the position. MISS OTTER is a graduate of the Kentucky College for Women, at Danville, and completed a special course in Home Economics at the Thomas Normal Training School in Detroit. She has filled important executive positions and is a specialist in dietetics, or food values. MISS OTTER'S DEPARTMENT WILL BE PREPARED at all times to respond to requests for suggestions and advice in household management. Louisville women are welcome to the valuable aid of Miss Otter, without charges of any kind. TELEPHONE MAIN OR CITY 2182 -- eeeeeegeeeteee AUTUMN FESTIVAL To be given by St. Edward s Church, Jefferson-towRev. Theo. H. Reverman, Pastor, at Bauer's Park, Hikes Point, on the Taylorsville JRoad. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. n, Eye Strains Cause Nervousness specialists will tell you that a great deal of nervous trouble conies from eyestrain. A pair of properly-fitte- d elaises will relieve the strain on the optic nerve of the nervous system. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete., $4.50 NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION. Your old glasses duplicated or your oculist's prescription filled at mc -- Louisville Gas The Same IiOMT & (Incorporated) Electric After the War. Co. jERVE CHICKEN SUPPER Inter-Southe- rn The Price of Electricity and Gas in Louisville Homes Before the War During the War this price. Life LOUISVILLE, Insurance Co. XT. d, Prices No Advance jeomq wisaiiovti VT ' .. JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whose treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Lifo Insuranco Companies glvo it a position of the very highest rank? . Why not toko 611 S JFourtft Ave. Louisvillc.IQf CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,0 00 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under tho Compulsory Deposit Law more 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, tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an ent permanent Income, address the Home Offlco of the Company. JNTER-SOUTHER- MEN TRY US $1.25 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS THREE-PIEC- E so " SUITS WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. N LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISvTIjLE, KT. Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED You'll Never Make a Mistake In Ordering Our LUMBER OO. JEMfcBI' JONBS For Your New Homo HARRY B. DRIVER, President. Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. . It Has the Quality. Ss BROOK AND A STS, INCORPORATED A. If you are particular about having your shoes repaired bring them to us and be pleased. As for material we not only advertise but positively use in all repair- tnn tlin UArif liirrlioct uw .nj "'h'"- -' b..uw. .ub Prompt service is our next main feature. We particularly specialize work. Try us. on Army Boots and Shoes. Also SOUND XJGtQICI ION .,& 1 THOMAS KEENAN bHbbbHIbHbbbBSBfbbV :'t ' ' v v i " tBBBtK9HKtMMSKM 7 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ..ITXXIJtfiEJEfcAJLV City 2160. BBBBBBBBBBBBBHJBaBBBfi9BBBBtlBWnHp J J bbbbbbbbbbmbbbbTMJbbHbIbbbbB H lt yl V ' ' VBjHHH JhPeBHLBHBBBBH T" J" iLLflLfiBLLLLH V'-- The Careful Shoe Repairer 045 South Fourth Street, Bet. Chestnut and Broadway. Look for the electric sign "STARK." ' ' ST n ARK" f MARGARET WILSON ACTS AS OFFICIAL STARTER Mlsa Margaret Wilson, daughter of the President, starting one of the races at the athletic event held at tho stadium of tho New Central High School in Washington, to raise funds for a community carnival which Is to he held in the Capital next month. The naval officer shown is Admiral Grand. JH DIRECTOR.. Main 2I80-T. AkuM HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. HIBERNIANS tiM44i-4HARVEY-JELLIC- O other shop. Hot connected with any Home Phone City 23c COAL CO. (INCORPORATE)) QUAITY Higtr Grade V BHVI03E Lump-Co- al DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Eastern-Kentuck- y The street car striko has In jured the attendance at division meetings. Division 3 met last evening, and plans were discussed for a series of fall euchres. Por Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. The Nebraska State convention More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total meets at Omaha, the first session to deposit of more than 10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the be lielrt tomorrow. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative The Louisiana State Board has bank. begun plans for organizing divisions, UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET 'AT SECOND all over the State. Division 17 of San Francisco last fwvwwwwvLwww. week forged to first placo In the IWHHHHHM Place your next order with us. Tacoma. Division 4 will meet nost Monday evening. The Ladles Auxiliary of Indiana reports seven juvenile divisions. Definite news of the DeValera visit is expected to arrive at any moment. Seattle sent ten delegates to the Washington State convention at LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK sixty'five-year-old E.r WASHING ME ; t t CHE tMUK-KHia IOR fTtfTTTTftTI monOumliln ximn-ilcrNearly 600 delegates attended the New York State convention, held last week at Poughkeepsie, r BY The Washington, State convention closed with an elaborate ibanquet at the Olympian Hotel in Seattle The second week of the San Francisco membership drive netted Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe dc several hundred additional menrters. In Indiana the Ladles' Auxiliary psoywyfrns Chine and All Dainty Materials. has a membership of more than UUMVHK 2,500, which it is .hoped to double. y YOUR GROCER HAS IT. County (President John H. has ban confined to his horn the past ten days with an Injured MAGIC-KELLE- R spine. IWOOWORATBD Mlehael WiWill. as of the meat MrAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ fervent flgkters for tfee Iriek mum kAAAAAAA Han-neee- SOAP WORKS The Alhambra has tho approval Gibbons and tho lato AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. Cardinal Farley. Tomorrow a new council will bo The first games for the amateur Instituted at Delhi, Ind., with a baseball championship of Louisville charter list of fifty. will take place this afternoon and. The matter of distribution of tomorrow, the game this afternoon scholarships will tho determined the be being 'between the last of this month. at Shawnee Park Louisville 'Provision Company and Since May 1 over 400 new mem- the K. & I. team, both being pennant bora have been received into Union winners in their respective leagues. Council at Syracuse. The winner will meet Mackln Last Saturday a class of eighty Council, champions of the Twin City League, tomorrow afternoon at applicants was received into North-sid- o Council, Cincinnati, Eclipse Park, and the winner of this arae will play the finals with It Is saia that a class of at least the winners of the church champion- 300 will Tecelve the fourth degree ship, who are scheduled to play at Dubuyuo on October 12, next Saturday. The dopesters- pick AH the San Francisco councils the Louisville Provision Company to gave royal entertainment to the men win this afternoon and a game be- of the fleet when they arrived there. Subscriptions amounting to S7C- tween this team and Mackln to morrow at Helipse Park should draw 000 have been received to the 5 per a banner erowd, both having a large cent, stock for the new club house crowd of followers and rooters. The at Syracuse. The canvass will conwinners o the local finals will be tinue until January 1. eligible to play for the national It is expected that Louisville amateur championship and will Council will have 200 oandidates for make the trip to Cleveland or its Initiation tho last of the month, Chicago. J which will be the sixth for this , year and the last with Grand Knight j. The mat smocks are made of Thomas D. Clinea in charge. The r Gorgtt erepe. orgasdl third degree will be conferred on 'A tyerii'mU of eoral hompan Sunday, September 28, by State Deputy John J. Donovan and etaff. has )R of bis coral beads. of Cardinal ci X3 in Louisiana, has been elected State President, Division 1 of Los Angeles, the largest In California, has launched another big campaign for Increasing its membership. New Orelans Hibernians will hold a big Irlhs freedom meeting next month, with either HonBourke Cockran or Hon, Frank P. Walsh as the principal orator. The New York State convention by unanimous vote appealed for the recognition of the Irish Republic by the Government of the United States , and the Peace Conference. Among the many attractive features at tho Irish picnic at Seattle were the boys from the Christian Brothers' school at Orillia, who appeared in Irish costumes and gave exhibition of Irish dancing. Funeral Director and Embalmer 717-71- KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILIiH, KX. AVVlVVilVViVVVVViVVVVWVWWVVWW'V'Wi ; J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I WWVWVWWWHWWmmVUiWVWWVWWVWW HOME PHONE 83 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y The biennial convention of the Alhambra opens Monday In Buffalo, A new council will be instituted at Jefferson, Iowa, early in October. Last week about 250 candidates received tho three degrees at Cincin nati. Sixty new members have been added to the ranks this month at Dayton, Ohio. 82Q 33ast Medtn 'H"H'1"I"t"li-H"H"i-t't"- street. vav MMJutMn l IMt ATTIf innimT 4 war & MctLLlUU j.l tI ! j4 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers I BOTH L EBCOIVJB5S. Home City 200S Climb. Mam SOOS-- a i ! ! i J - tieeieeeoeeeeeeeeee8eeeeeeiM- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. I I Funeral Director and Embalmer! BOTH PHONES 810. I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. - tl "Vii