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Ptieot: HOMC Oft MAW Bvery Drirer BOO n Hscort LIttllltTukllTrmfre Incorporated VOLUME XLIV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. - PRICE FIVE CENTS. X. V Scarcy machlno in trying to pick a winning Republican Presidential nominee, there Is the biggest kind of troubles right at home. While Ches Searcy was away notices wero given to all the papers that Judgo Krieger would appoint Roscoo Searcy as Oil Inspector when tho Kentucky Mourns. tho Passing ot the American Sculptor Picks Southern time came, this announcement being ' Marble For Lafayette Statue Very Rev. Cornelias .' made, it is said, to forestall the growing minor that- - Judge Krieger O'CbnnelL J. Bas Relief; y would defy tho machine nnd appoint his brother when tho time came. But the chief cause of anxiety to the Republican leaders is ft IK tZVl-Striking Squcittiian Figure Now BeProtestant Church Bolls Join Dlrgo JK sbbBbbbbbB M bbbbBbvV tho open mutiny at the City Hall, ing Cost hi Bronze nt For Aged and Loved way the Councilmen and and the LC!BHffiK?fWBBBBBBHilBBBV P mmthrowing Aldermen have been Priest. Brussels. brickbats at poor near Mayor Smith jBBsrBVrlVTMlHffBBSrBSrBSHBBSrBSrBSBB Is a shame. Councilman Harry SbWHWbS TBbHVH ffBHBBBBBHBBBBBl Volz sneered at the junketing trip V v Jtrr "I of Smith, Burlingame and their asr'MBBVBBVBflltSflBlBBlBBBBBBBBBBBV Right Iter. Bishop O'Donaghuo, AbGreat Pilgrimage to Mctz Is Planned sociates and inferred that this coml.r .BBkBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBV mittee nt homo found out more bot Obrccht and Many Clergy to Witness Unveiling In iV?BHiBHXinlVBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBf about street-ca- r troubles and wants Attend Fnncral. August. i ' than did tho joy travelers. Then .bbvSSSSsSSSSSSbX bbHbbbbbbbbbbbbV lni members Iboasted that the near Mayor had been beaten 'in the General Council on the daylight saving, tho ??A INCLUDES A TOUR OF FRANCE. cnuRon .and gouge of tho Home Telephone Comloss pany and the raises in salaries for HNBBBiiBiflBBiiBiSBiBiBBfliB2i9BBiB9BSflBEY&i V". "'kiii" VBDilHBSNL.i.BBBBBBBBr Paul Burlingame and T. B. Crutcher. ltf I The General Council members aro $? Tho Louisville diocese, the Stato just now demonstrating what was Paul W. Bartlett, tho American IIBinnjBSHM9SfBBflBBflBBflBBflflBBflBBflBBBfll$( BBBBBBnEBPBnBBBSHBBm claimed in these columns from the scluptor, announced Saturday that of Kentucky and tho Catholic nutsct Hint Smith was a near ho had picked a Southern marble Church sustained a great loss on Mayor. .Burlingnme is an amoos-In- g for tho of tho statuo of Friday evening of last week, when cuss, as Artomus Ward would Gen. Lafayette which tho Knights of very Rev. Father Cornelius J. IBBRaWBtlzjBWBMBMBMBBBBlWBlPWMlH. '. say. After Follx. Dumas and his Columbus are going to present as a O'Connell, tho veneTablo dean and little band of followers in the lower gift to tho city of Metz next Aupastor of St. Joseph's church at POSES FOR PHOTO FOR FIRST TIME SINCE ILLNESS. SWIMMER GETS CUP FOR ins PROWESS. board had slaughtered gust. . After consulting with many proposed Bardstown. ipassed away after a long Specially posed photograph taken March 21, shows President Wil- raise for Paul our hero the Swimming champion at three, 11 ttle Francis Brown, who wus, pre- quarry agencies and being offered , illness at St. Joseph's Infirmary, this son and Mrs. Wilson in tholr auto for a ride in Washington, D. C. It tho limelight and said strides Into sented with a loving cup by tho Women's Swimming Assoclatlori or all kinds of substantial American it was done city. News of his death was is tho first good likeness mado of him Binco his recovery from tho illthe wonderful way he handled himself in the water. His blrtiiti Imarble, Bartlett selected several for revenge because he wouldn't fire telegraphed throughout tho State, ness which has confined him to the White House and its grounds. Capt. Pat Carroll and Capt Bill ay was in January. Capt. Alfred Brown, his father, is holding him. tons of stone which camo from the and when tho bells of St. Joseph's Fisher,, of the fire department In Tennessee mountains. Tho first conehurch at Bardstown began to toll other words, Paul would rather save British prejudices and Ulster inter- signment, has been received in New those of all Protestant churches and useful life of tho veteran priest, and these two than have a thousand dolMr. ests renders this solution Impossible York City from Knoxvillo. tho flro department joined tho dirge. paid feeling tribute to his worth as lars more a year. "Bravely spoken, without bloodshed and a dreadful Bartlott Inmmoulately notified WillFather O'Connell was born at man and citizen. As tho funeral cormy noble Paul," as Laura tege left the old Cathedral Jean for embltterment of feelings which iam J. McGInley, Spprome Secretary Frankfort, Ky November 21, 1853, LIbby would say, and three cheers city would, If Ireland wero successful, of tho Knights of Columbus, who but moved to Louisville in early Nazareth the bolls of thatlargo wero couple of bravos for our hero and a con destroy every possibility ot friendly Is making the arrangements ifor the childhood. For several years ho at- again tolled until tho who spurns the filthy lucre. relations for many generations; and project, that ho would , commence tended St. John's parochial school, course had passed beyond tho lim AISs, the failure of tho sewer Opinion of Conditions in Ireland which would, if Ireland wero unsuc- tho task of reproducing tiip topical, z In the Republican Machine Camp Clay and Walnut streets. He then its of tho city. bond purchase brings more trouble, cessful, Involve her continued sub- subjects on the marble. After tho burial tho Sisters at Two of wont to Belgium for his preparatory Being Left Oil tho Bond Expose Misrule of English but tho near Mayor causes a wide jection. will measure seYen Wo seek a settlement tho and classical courses and. studied Nazareth entortained tho clergy. Wagons. spread chuckle when he says "that which will put an end to tho disas- feet and eight Inches in length nlld, and 'relatives of the deceased Government. Kheology at tho Unlvorslty of civic pride" will purchase them. trous and unnatural enmity between four feet six Inches in height The Returning to Louisville, ho priest nt dinner. If he refers to civic prido in his ad neighboring nations, each of which smaller ones will measure four feot was ordained by tho la to Bishop ministration of gambling scandals, has need of what the other can give. ln width and four feet six inches in ARMY OVER ERIN. McCloskoy, Juno 29, 1876. Ho was Keystone police, "hick" flro depart Bcitish Labor Party Commission The Labor party Is committed, as height. On .the larger licit nnd Searcy Not in Time With ment, assistant at tho Cathedral of tho Ashospital and Indeed tho wholo British nation Is the scene in Congress when PresiMilitary rule prevails all over sumption hero for a year, and was Wood or Joluvson, the Recommends dirty streets, the bonds would not committed, to the principles of dent Wilson accepted war with' GerIreland, although tho people are then appointed a professor in St. sell for fifteen cents 6n tho dollar. Tho acceptance ot many will bo depicted, while 'the Leaders. College, Bardstown. In 1878 peaceable and law abiding, but still For Country. pride! Civic Hojho! ha! ha! this principle implies the right of second will bo symbolic Of Marshal for the right of o Insistent ho was mado President of tho tho Irish peoplo to determine their Ferdinand Foch, who gave a proBut the real worry of of tho sewer Opposition to tho and a year later became pasown futrue. bond failure is felt by the Hert- Wo bellove that it phetic .message to the dC. of C. In never has been so general tor and dean of St. Joseph's church. .With a million Says National Games, Pastimes, Mu Ireland wero loft free to decide Paris In July, 1918, whon ho said: Ho served in tho dual capacity as it is today. Some of the critics Republican Council Is Throwing Searcy machine. whether sho would remain within "Within a very short tlmo Alsace nntll the collego was closed in 1,889. protest against tho severity of tho Bricks at Our Near Mayor tho Empire or become completely and Lorraine will bo restored to sical Festivals Are Stopped work on tho sewers ould have been Tho church is tho oldest Roman military regime, but their attacks separated from It, tho Irish people Franco by your great country." The brought in hero bythe thousands, and Burlingame. Catholic church west of tho Allogha-irio- s are met by demands from Ulsterites by Military. themselves, upon mature considera- smaller and tho work of the machine in conwill show Chris and tho collego ono of tho first who assert that steps takon have tion, would decide that It was in topher Columbus and his tlnv fleet trolling primaries Sand elections in educational institutions the not hcea sufficiently drastic and their own Interest that tho link sailing for America and Gen. Perbe considerably lightened. would t: State. Tho collego Is located direct- that measures intended to bo co shing at the tomb of Lafayette. ly behind tho church, which is rich ercive have failed of their object' PHIL 'BROWN'S COLORED BALL. An influx of negroes would hardly POLITICAL FREEDO.M SOLUTION. should not bo completely severed. We consider, thoroforo, that tho please tho white citizens, but that Tiie equestrian flguro Is being In art treasures and (has boon tho Military precautions in Dublin exprinciple ot cast In bronze wouldn't worry the ".Republican ma nt Brussels, Hiecca of thousands of tourists. ceeded anything of tho kind seen should be acknowledged by the BritA chine. under tho supervision of Mrs. Tho church was formerly tho Cathe- since Eastor, 1915, particular at V fM ish Government in the caso of Ire- Paul Bartlett. Speakfng of tho nugro relation to " ' tention being' paid Secretary McGInley dral of tho diocese. Troubles thick and fast are pll- - tho Following a joint meeting of tho land, just as it is admitted in the declared that the fund for tho K. of machine, there is a remained as cordon around tho city to loads of Ing up for the Father O'Connell y gang of atnrv , Parliamentary Labor party and the case of tho dominions, C. Lafayotte-Met- z TO, tt statuo is belne' dean of the church following tho hay, which Labor National Executivo at tho but that tho constitution conferring subscribed to by tho members of tho !? PhlY Brown, the-- no t ed" neg volt House ot closing of St. Joseph's Collego. Tho wh le Eeir government in Ireland should isCommons, the report is ordor ifrlends of France. and latter institution was reopened by street cars are stopped He has fall n flat To "hi". half sued of the Labor Commission of In- not be subjected to revision by the said and some misconception At Xavorian Brothers ton years ago. sengers searched for arms. had m, rroi, nvaPTrnfi u,a Wmnir recognition by switching peoplo until after an agreed gono that voto from MCulloch to Hert, and quiry into tho present conditions In Irish around regarding the K. of Father O'Connell wroto several Finglas, on tho north side of tno eavo the latter his election as Na- - Ireland. The joint meeting adopted number of years, during which un C. project through tho campaign books of sermons which were wide- city, the military have taken pos- - ?.?"'.Jns,., they would havo waged on behalf of der resolution: Republican Committeeman, tno louowmg report ly published. During his administra- eesslon of some unoccupied houses JnrtiMtto another statue and' min Rhow- - tlonal of the deputa on opportunity to return to a more "That the Wel1' Phl1 on March 4 la8t pulled Tho tion he had spent nioro than and appear to contemplate a stay ihe nrlmarv Lowden is tion to Ireland be accepted and tho normal state of mind, free from the for France. is to K. of C. Lafayette-Mot- z -, bal1 de luxo off a ln colored em deputation be thanked; statue be unveiled ln the 175,000 In Improvements on St. for a few days. St. Edna's Oolthat in view prejudices ana animosities engenMeSSll- Wood?!i formerly Joseph's church. Ho had orocted a lege. at. Rathfarnham. US ?. ot the annual conference of tho La dered by tho failure of British gov city of Metz next August, whon a great pilgrimage which ho Is now peopie in an classes, coloreu number of monuments at tho church conducted by Patrick Pearse, who f,;: ernments party In next, tho pull, and and college, among them being a was executed during tho rebellion of Z"L hn hI mnrwntiHvn n Through some strong sorrow they borprinted for JuneInformation report demands. ln the past to satisfy Irish planning from his ofHco at New bo ot tho tho to am, Haven Conn., will depart for the statue of Bishop Flagot, tho first 191fi, is also occupied by soldiers. I ; ..'J TT, A. TTI aZZ.. T say urown naa uov. ,10 fiecured the Jefferson County party and submitted to tho confer Bishop of the diocese, and tho first They have erected a barricade with chine. Lorraine, city. Following the cereFRD3NDS OF FREEDOM. If Senator Johnson, who??: Arraory lor a Begro balh That looks ence for consideration; and that, as monies tho plans outlined at presmonument in Kentucky to soldler-doa- d barbed wire, on tho roads outside of tho strongest man in the Republican tne situation m Ireland is very f,d for tt h of tho World War. Ho ar- Cullenwood House, In Ranelach, ranks, could force tho jnionoyed ,,k(J a grave ana cnanging from day to day, Next Tuesday eveing there will be ent call for a tour of Franco, and ranged ceremonies which laBted a where Pearso's mother lives, and trusts who dominate tho party, to o( the Sypnony Orchestra, tho a joint committeo nf the Parliamen a public mooting of tho Frlonds ot altogether it is expected (that tho and tary party and week In celebration of tho of tho tho children's school kept, by Miss give him the nomination then our Plrst Regiment, the party executive Irish Freedom at Bertrand Hall, to trip will involve flvo weoks. PresiMcCormack concerts, but neverthe-oc- bo appointed to tho oontenary anniversary of tho laying Duffy, sister of George Gavan consider all tho is- which tho public will be welcome. dent Deschanel, of Franco; the would still be out in , compos Qt sues as they arise, and to formulate Able speakers will review conditions Bishop of Metz and a host of digFlscal of tho cornor-ston- o of St Joseph's Duffy, who was identified with tho the PollUclant no "pull- with promlnent Republicans, party policy in greater detail." thurcb and its consecration several defense of Sir Roger Casement, and the cold, as Tobo has The Louisville ihcsQ as they exist ln the old land and nitaries and prominent citizens of Johnson leaders. years ago. Sinn Fein representative at Paris. Herald, the organ for the machine, Mesgrs- Grlnstead, Hunt and Baskin, Following is tho report in part make known news that has escaped Franco and this country will participate in tho event. Father O'Connell is survived by The residence of Mrs. Humphrey, U playing a pitiful role these days. rented tho hall to tho noted col. made by the Commissioners: the British censor. orod poljtlcjan. Brown then spread Military discipline has many eood kwo brothers, David O'Connell, for Bister of "The O'Rellley," who was As a result of their investigations policy of tho Tho g tho coiored tho Commissioners are convinced points, and one of them is demonmany years connected with tho Po- killed in the street fighting at the owners of the Herald would nat- - Uie ,ad tldln YOUNG WOMEN'S COLLEGE. strated by tho thousands of formor lice Court and work house in this time of tho rebellion, was searched, urally be to whoop em up for folkSi amiounfcng the affair as that, although social and economic and wo the conditions are an integral part of city, and Thomas O'Connell, a Johnson, but Herfs connection with Four D, Ball and Mrs. Humphrey's Nazaroth Alumnae Is undertaking sorvice men and women attending fonowlng from h,a j,rlnted an. the. problem, tho fundamental ne- to further the project of a Young Knights of Columbus vocational fivo nieces, Mrs. M. 0 student was arrested. tho Lowdon camp has made this Im- - nouncement: "Two Uiousard Mrs. George Stevenson, Russell, poor Showing of the colorcu nfihts nuislc fr0111 stnteir to cessity is a change in the political Women's College to --bo established schools. Tho schools aro open from , Tho systom. They hold that much of the by tho Nazareth Literary Associa two to three hours In the evening Hi.s Nora O'Connell and Miss JoMEETS IN TEXAS. choice In tho G. O. P. JnzZt (llss mmtalT, nms. each night sephine O'Connell, all of Russell-rillvery quernd0 FxlU debutante. Thousands prevailing discontent is unquestion- tion ln the old Rankin home on Saturdays, of tho week excepting Herald makes and ably to bo attributed to "British Fourth, next tq Presentation Acad- and Miss Ellen O'Connell, and a'record is kept of The Catholic Central Society will primaries to add tothe misery our the sad, and Louisville, and misrule." Acts of violence they un- omy. it is expected three nephews, hold its next annual convention at Governor, ".noway ua, is supping of bcailtiri costumes." to open a tue nours each pupil takes of each Well, -the "four big balls as reservedly condemn, but point out standardized collego In Class A next subject. So intensely Interested aro Thomas L. Palrnoll and C. J. O'Con- San Antonio, September 12 to 14. r i i tii nun narnam r n ;i r init nell, Russellvllle; Cornelius O'Con-nol- l, The Central Society Is known es- nt ntir :".K"""X on tho brakes. advertised, came on on March 4, that these aro not all on one side, fall, as the faculty is ready with tho young men and women in tho Vf'7? can't put Herald and q colored population, taking and they are convinced that on the t'egrees from leading universities. courses that tho movies, tho theLouisvillo, and Father O'Con- pecially for its activities in behalf the Morrow's weakness during s ..nnnnnnt nt fnr w popular side such ,acts are the work aters and tho nell, S. J of Praire du Chien, of useful legislation and for its leglslaUvo session, his stand n the .t, havo no of the bal,s., t0 be a ciassiflcatlon, divided of Irresponsible extremists and form The officersnroloct In alumnae who attraction for them. "Ninety-fiv- e Wis. political Lockett case, promulgation of sound charge afo: pardoning of acCoiiiinEly. In one corner of the no part of tho policy and programme invo tho andjlho Tho body ot Fathor O'Connell economy and tho study of the soPresident, Mrs. F. C. Nugent; Di per cent of originally enrolled stuthe was takon to Bardstown Saturday cial questions. dents It Issues many prettybank wrecked Alexander has armory was the colored 400, the of any organized body of Irish opin- rectors, Mrs. J. H. Busohemoyer, says go through with the courses," general Wogt chestnut eJite; in another the ion. convinced tho Supremo Secretary William J. afternoon and laid in stato in the pamphlets and tracts and furnishes public well as a Governor, Morrow Mrs E. F. O. Hnncck. Mrs. H. that, Much of the prevailing discon- J. O'Brien, Mrs. W. H. Everroad; McGInley, of tho K. of C, "and Pendcnnis and scelbach waiters pro-1- 8 old Cathedral, whoro tho remains the Catholic press with a weekly J1 dandy orater. 'dominated; m tho next wero the tent is unquestionably to be atwore viewed by thousands from all feature article gratis. this is true of our race in the colored gamblers, a la Hurley Pope's tributed to the methods of the pres- Pocroary, M's E. Kerr; Record'ng the entire country. sixty 5schools in Tho Presidential walks of life, guarded by two memTho por cent Helen English; Democratic camp seems to bo only friendSf and that tribe of leisurely ent administration. Apart from the Secretary, Miss bers of the Knights of Columbus, that lapso usually do so because, a SOUrce Of Worry tO the Courier- - nintwl rnnilomnn arhn An nnt Inhnr wider claim of the Irish people to Treasurer, Mrs. Eliza C. Enos. two mombers of tho Girls' Sodality keeping In contact with K. of O. emJournal and Times. Mr. Bingham but dopond on tho earnings of their tho control of .their own affairs, ployment bureaus, they obtain good and two mombers of tho Boys' Sogroans and moans daily at the idea wl7C3. wasntub and a bit or two these methods would drive any jobs In tho trades they havo boon dality. of Senator Stanley being for Gov. from tho d machine at spirited nation into a state of Tuesday morning tho funeral, the learning in our schols. Not only in Cox, and that two Influential poll- - electjon time. In the last corner, and dangerous discontent. largest and most impressive over point of regular attendance, but in . !, Annr meaning James B. Brown tlclans, Whoro the administration is not ha respect to instructors and orderly witnessed in Bardstown, was hold, and Percy Haly, aro for McAdoo. rlers D00tblacks and coal peddlers. merely unintelligent it appears to department, tho and as a mark of respect tho courts mon aro - -nvnn,nnn linrl 1naf n mnnt "nrrnmn- - be dellboratoly provocative. Why thO Bingham agOnyT If benOver wore closed, all, business suspended, real students." Tho K. of C. have HPv ator Stanley cares to support Gov. t,0U8 tlme aa a colored lady put tho greater part ot Ireland tho beif 'wv&at; $F& IbbbVJ 150,000 of them in their schools nnd ,the' streets were thronged with Cox that is no crime, nnd if the It and nona of tho gentlemen were lief exists that Dublin Castlo pursilent mournors. Right Rev. Bishop from Now York to San Francisco. other gentlemen wish to support Mc-- compeiicd to pull thedr "razzashs." sues a policy of calculated provocaO'Donaghuo, presided at tho solemn Adoo. that is their privilege. Pos- - rnn fh Tho civil and military aurt fnVon innt tion. being nf requiem services, his deacons HUNDREDS ENROLLED. niu bbbH "?8p , 4bHkbbbbbbHl slbly Senator Stanley is supporting taj brownskin gal to make a thorities between them havo dethe Very Rev., 7. P. Cronin, V. G., !BBBVKBH.'''eBBBBBBBl uov. v;ox oecauso no uosorves ui- - preacher lay his Blblo down," and stroyed practlaclly all tho safe and Very Rew Edw. Spalding V. Several hundred colored Jm port und believes tlmt ho deserves otnor faVorlto melodies, the guests guards ot political and personal lib B Right Rev. E. O. of Alton, 111. men Who showed a wicked f$$ 4 fBBBBBT-erty, and we havo reason to believe 111 io win Obrocht also was present, attended neie is mo juuiuuu bayonet and fighting stamina, to the BUremado merry in tho white folks' Bingham's madness. sees that nnnnpv that this policy ot repression has He xrw w oomn in tha an a by Rev. Harry Spalding, S. J., and Germans have been enrolled, and H given many Nationalists belonging CalRev. Father Nivard, O. C. R. Forty-tw- o SbK sW'flMB "tWcBBBBBBYtV bBbbbbHBBBBBbi JbbbI under tho management of Col. asso- - partt Tj,o genial Phil Brown are now '4bHL y3&BBBB?? plementarystudents ot the free supto tho constitutional school into the Judgo Hardin and tholr priests, besides tho Bishop and n0nnced in advance that the Booker arms of Sinn Fein, Raids on private evening schools of the ClatOS OUt in thO State that the Wnohlnofnti r.nninr tcyiiiWI ppf ft htir Abbot, wero present, also members Knights of Columbus In tho South tfBBttBBaBBlBV'-?i'' dwellings are a common occurrence. Democratic party is bocoming united Buco 0j tna receipts after tho at the Xaverian Brotherhood and ern States. Tho educational oppor as never before,, and tho same ap- - annory was paid, but to date there To bo found in possession of pollt- every Sisterhood In the diocese, as tunities offered by tho Knights to means Immediate arrest. piles to the situation locally. Yet has tecn no report of tlie Center lacl leaflets well as many jirominont the colored service men aro along JL of threo or more perwo havo tho spectacle of tho getting anytldng, nor have Messrs. A gathering illegal assembly. Row J. A. Hogarty, Dean of tho same lines governing their chain Fairs BB ' f BBBBL? ! Courier-Journand Times owner, 3rinstead, Hunt and Baskin report-- a sons Is an Lebanon, directed the singing of the of free elementary and vocational man who has been a candidate on cd tjmt tney collected any rent from and markets, which aro an essontlal office of the dead. BBB m 'vHBbBbJwBMB schools in other sections of the part of tho machinery of Irish trade, Long before the hour for the uuui iuo uBinocraus ami ivopuuncau tI0 manager of the big colored country. This fall tho colored serv daring to criticise tho se- - ccty event Looks liko tho Joko is aro prohibited; trade union meetmass the church was thronged and ice men will be able to attend ings, even national games and passaany remained' standing outside. lections of men who aro true and on tjlo taxpayers of Jefferson BBBBsiiaBBVBMBsT, sbWbbbbbbKs schopls at Charlotte and New Ord times, are forbidden; musical soDemocrats. The Bingham ty, Rev. Daniel O'Connell, S. J., was 6. tho gentleman from leans if tho present tentative plans HHIb1-'.bbbbcieties ,of the most harmless charbbbVL which knifed tho ticket in the kinsvlllo should worry, ch! bbbbbV Rov. Wm. P. Hothe celebrant; are carried out Bishop Thomas acter are regarded as conspiracies. garty, deacon; Rev. P. Brelntner, bVShViusl, eiecuuu, 19 ipiaonms 10 cause mBvXHi Sebastian, of tho diocese of Nash- -' d solutions, suoh as "sepMbVBMw dissension in the ranks, for tho benRev. William D. Pike, vllle, has recorded his unqualified LIGHT OPERA. aration" or "partition" raises more muter of ceremonies; Rev. Frank bbbbbbbbsbW BBBBBBM efit ot, the Hert interests, and again approval of the work in that sec difficulties than they remove. We we repeat that the newly organized Smith and Rev. James Mahoney, Tho choir of SL Boniface church believe the solution lies somewhere BBVjBHk' ''''SBVoVsVflBBfl tion of the South, and the Rev. Democratic committees shonld throw acolytes; Rev. Josonh McAleer, flnlshM rehearsing tho comic between the extremes of the "no B. Glonn is activo la the work Rev. Father Davis, chap-tai- n .mbbbhV Oie gauntlet of fight to Mr. BIng- - has opera, "The Lass of Limerick change" policy of Ulster and the thnrifer. at Memphis, &' ham right now. Make him answer Town,", to bo presented In St Nazareth, conducted the of policy of Sinn Fein. The if it isn't, true that in- - face hall on April 13, 15 aad 18. "clear out" The' Rev. eervleee at the grave. CONDITION IMPROVING. Labor delegation came definitely to Hayes, of Bowling OARPEENTB3R AND HIS WIFE. stmctloas haven't bce given that The excellent orchestra of that etA Anniiliialnn tin- lHafll(nn" fa n Father Thomas George Carpentler and his wife, bo .criticism of Boss Hert must ever congregation will tarnish the music, g Tf nnlv for . reason that WOHHST WOMAN IN WORLD, friend of the Rev. Grew, a Mrs. John A. Btheridge, Jr., Mme.- Yone Suzuki, who is by far waa operated on for append leitte Set. K&ter O'Connell and Vice President who were wedded March 10, arrived appear in the columns of the the whole performance being under Ireland is an economic entity. With here on the La Savoie. Cwrpentier Oonrier-Jopnaad Times. Mr. Anthony retard to the demand for complete the richest woman In the Orient and week at St Anthony;a Hoeeited, It the direction of f St Joseph's College during the n the Uatted Stats and The above ie Am only rift in the Mohlengraf This wiil be a high eepaMtion, polities la the art of the probably in all the world. Her rofjuriwu Qunv&isaeenE ana progfQt-Bar. Fathor O'ConnoH's incumbency will to etcn "av for a olaeh iwlth Into in the Denioemtk rankVhut to otaae production &4 shonld attract nossfWe and the opposition which ships eall the seven seas, earrylng sing toward complete recovery, new " M President, preachedith sermon. add to the troubles of the Hert- - erowded honeee: Be toothed nton the beautiful and tale poliey would eneonnter from ood ell over the world. that her friends wlll'weloome. REST IN PEACE gBnf1wLff!nTiMiiilBir K. Of C Hcrt-Scarc- '" K. & wt.HtvimtKKmLS nHHHL I ,1 vSBBV:HIKififjBBBBBBBBBBeBBi"tl WBCIubBbbbbbbbHIbbbbb1 ! itVMKIv-- "bbbbbbbbbbbW bbbbbbbbbbF to state i :. cIbbbbbbbV wHKM9Bii9IBBBBBK, . bas-relie- fs 4' THREE-YEAR-OL- D POLITICIANS UNBIASED Sis-to- rs bas-relie- fs Lou-Tai- n. . bas-relie- fs v. Jo-sop- col-log- gov-ernnle- nt bas-relie- fs . '. Bel-glu- m, Hort-Searc- y Hort-Searc- evrheW,BubuXtl"bJcald8' JS.?f 1'ltaSHMuS rn. the.S ?? nf A ASnSSuS" i ?'L ,,rl?i! ?.,u OaMI-Ou- rl al - - out-of-to- Rus-sellvil- lo; son-in-la- mnlti-posslbl- e. o, Hert-Sear- cy r & pool-room- Hert-Sear- cy ,, deep-seate- hmir. J All " an-lah- '; - iJTHPBtLf Sl ;" ft-V- bHbbbbHbIbVI al MBBHRfBBBI conn-trie- Hop-pres- s, tub-deaco- n; ' BBH One-wor- - Jo-se- pt f -- .Boni-open- ly life-lon- rX- - I - $, " tor ex-pee- U t ( 7imrT711 -- 2533 c3a52nrJoxrv Aitimiei KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COSIING "EVENTS. Collage Gymnasulm. Mayq 13 -- Moonlight exvursion on aa inoiiw d 10 (ha SocUl and Moid Advwioement ol Irtth American Island Queen by Columbia Athletic by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Officially Indorsed Club. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. titititickitir&'iclrJcfcA'ititit'to KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorpowt4. Publishers umcedicIolSl to 20 "The Burning Question," photoplay fit St. Xavler'a April 11 'Hie Lass of Limerick Town" A ROMANTIC COMIC OPERA PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. tHE Modern OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 44444&M&44ii4 way BY THE CLEANERS AND DYERS S. THIRD ST. gUBSCRlPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLECOPY 5c Entered t the Loulivllle Pottoflleo ai AMrtts All Stcond-Cla- if t SOGIETV. ST. BONIFACE CHOIR At St. Bonface Hall, Pehr Ave. and Jackson St. Tuesday, April 13; Thursday, April 15; Sunday, April 18 Curtain risps at 8515 MMter. 319-32- 1 CowwmlcatloK to tta KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Wtrt llbrr StrnL Miss "Marq Hagan, South Louisville, has returned from a fouslnness trip to New York. week-en- Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, p. m. Admission 500. Reserved seats 65c and 75c. LOUISVILLE, KY. FATHER O'CONNELL. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920 !' on Miss Katherino Malone spent tho with Miss Carrie Coates d. the Newburg road. 0AMAM0MAAAAAiUAjUAftA GIST IT AT Feathers and Men's' Wearing parel. AUTO WILL CALL Ap-- 1 FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK creases means big profits for thol Byes always tired, headaches, whole system affected, comfort Mrs. ,j. B. Oorbln. of Oakdale. During tho war, and remember it ' steel trust. Another portion of Wall sacrificed? Have your oyes oxaminod, see mo at once, don't delay. ,. Visited in Ind 1,111 OtVlfo tho post . -, tlmo Inrllfrnntlnn Wnn fflllC- - nlot l ,,tnnn..Mn. lTnn..n- - 1. I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. th gUB3t f M' C Dough- spread over the stories that the ot Ms sentiments, My prices are reasonablyi give me a trial and I will convince you. ferty. Bel- - backers being fdentitied with. Eng- Gorman army was deporting sh capital Irs. Atmos I.'nf'orman nnd bxby elans and locking up citizens wunwrre EaBr hoda" cuppt of out charges. Now here It is, in sup "House of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician Mr. nid Mrs. James BalMISS JLUtTHA BANDERS. posedly peace times, England Is per lard, of Bardstewn. 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, on petrating all ot tho above crimes The instructor of "homo dietetics" uuu uut a Thrd,oro Mrory. of tbo L. & tne peopio 01 ireiuuu c,aM03 at Ule Rod Cr0M toach,ng office, has been test rrom our iory nres ui vuu ouu center 642 Fourth street, Miss N. local froleht io'i un hs past week with an atsisters who used to weep over uei- Spring Is Here and Tis Time to Get Out Your Car. tack of grip. elum's wrongs. Britain's course in nr ' Be Sure Your B&ttery Is In Good Condition. Ireland is but a continuation of her Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnr'on E. Tavlor nro tfiraln nt homo, "fter siMMirilne: LYON-NEVIT- T criminal history. It is tho same CO. two months at WMto Sulphur soulless England that forced China INCORPORATED Springs and Now York. use opium because It was profit to .JBIKsriBa EMnon&ff ' VaB&jTWW Kocharsiag It-1527 Smith Third Street. IWOBsBJBRfKSta-- n able to England, tfhe samo power Mrs. Jnm3 E. Barry has been Six Volts z and $32, Eighteen Months Guarantee. Twelve Volt , 36. fcnpn ppndlnfr slaughtered Boer men, women and Eit"r woolc In Was'iln'ton. vlltln! her son, Rob children bocaUso England coveted flK-vlirrfojaE&r ' ert T. Barry, and Mrs. Barry. tho diamond mines. Tho peopio of India have' been starved and massaPlleffer, a student at Edward ' cred by the thousands because of Immtm Notre Dame, Ind., has bppn Mr. and Mrs. Edof his objection to England's rule of bruward Pfleffer, on Highland avenue. tality. Tho rule of England means fc Deaieib wantcU Abcniiy opcu. 1 none city 2904. a trail of brutality, starvation and Mrs. Lti"v Keatimr, of this fitv, and murder, and tho reign of crime and Mrs. Maymo Johnson, of MemmnrHxr In Irnlnnd today Is but a phis, wore guests lapi week of Mrs. Salllo P. Durrett at Prostonla. continuation of England's crlmnal history, a history that has na paralMr. and Mrs. P. P. Lnch and lel with any other nation in tho cons have given, up ,th."lr homo on world, civilized or unclvllied. 'Tis Ransdall avenue and have gone to make their home in Raleigh, S. C. greatly to the credit of tho peopio of America that they refuse to clasp Miss Merle Ford, who 18 at315 GUTHRIE STREET. the bloody hand ot John Bull and tending Georgetown College, spent BOTH PHONES 315 adopt the Tory idea of with her parents, Mr. the week-- o policy. and Mrs. R. D. Ford, on .Dumesnll T. J. MORKOW, Mtinau'er. BrcTIGliK, Asst. Mcr. street. IKS m I m& l pro-Britihoi-pant- s. With tho passing of tho Rev. Dean Cornelius J. O'Connoll- - tho Louisville diocese and Stato ot Kentucky suf fers a d.'stinct loss. Father O'Con- noil wa3 a Kontucklan, an American and a true priest of God, held in MONEY CANDIDATES. high respect by Catholics and Ho has been called alike. The Steel Trust ia putting up a to Join the heavenly hosts, but those him will long revere his big campaign fund to advanco tho who knew cause of Republican candidate Wood memory. May ho rest in peace. because ot the latter tendencies, and huge military In- IRELAND AND BELGIUM. cs and Impractical scheme and tho greatest travesty of over offered a nation." Recognition of its virtues is confined to certain alloged American nowspapers and preachers more English than tho English themselves. friends in Indianapolis. Bannon, of Jef- Miss Margaret forsonvllle, was the Easter guest of McGEARY DRUG STORE I AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE SOUTH 2. Mrs waiter Coylo. Oakdale, Jias had as hor guest Mrs. W. H. Mc- Gee, of Mt. Washington. Miss Josephine Pu'llvan is SECOND AND CHESTNUT OUAWTY 3 6 2. OR CITY AWT! SERVICE two weeks with friends In and Now York City, i DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Homo City 3o5-3- 87 Mr. and Mrs. Gcor"o B. PxVrrett have roturncd from Havana, Cuba, Climb. 0102 k Satisfaction In Eyeglasses (Every pair of Glasses that we f Ornish so thoroughly satisfies tho wearer that he recomendj our service to his friends. Wo guarantee complete satisfaction. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete $4.50 Small Shelitex Rims 75c Extra We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicato yonr old lenses. No charge for examination. where they spent th&Xlntor. I ... Michael SSST ' Tx Fqyf in Indianapolis, ml ....AAff.AAff1(()1tt))(n)))fttttt) Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE ff L. N. PEARLMAN'S '&WM80 ? MLLlvljl tO S Fourth cirCJ! LnuisHUe.JQf BBfeaBBBBBBBTYW Aye STORAGE BATTERY p a mk H m 9H Ell te gi't WASTER. STORAGE MAO 3MJE BATTERY FOR YOUR COAL SUPPLY J.J. High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. Cnrpefs, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains nnd Linoleums, Byrne Speed Coal Co. JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. DON'T FORGET THAT hands-across-tho-s- K K I fl ' A card party, euchrd and lotto FItANKFOHT. will bo given by the Knights of Costories of tho rapid fir The lumbus at tho cluh" niouso next MonMary JbbbbbH bbbBbL-s The" first .and.most notable of tbe ftu-- v divorces and remarriages ot day evening-fomembers and their Easter marriages at Frankfort was Plckford, Douglas Fairbanks, Owen families. that of Miss Eroinia Mae Tutt and Moore, Charles Chaplin and others OPENING GAME Tho Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Becker an Allen K. Frank, of 'Danville. of the moving picture world Is pretnounce the engagement of their ceremony took place In tho home of ty disgusting to the average man April INCOKFOKATBD. daughter. Miss Marv M. Becker, to the bride's mother, 'the Hunt House, and woman, and a movement should HI llll III ff Joseph J. Loea. The wedding will on Broadway. The Rev. Father J. 111 'McwarwBT rysfaaiuiviffruf be inaugurated to boycott this set n take biace April 14. F. O'Dwyer, of the Chucrh of the ot new rich actors and actresses who Good Shepherd, was the officiating ilahoney, of the clergyman. Miss F.Htaheth Lavender and yellow have n6 hesitancy about flaunting Martha Sanders, is highly qualified vs. teacher, being ayir... ic graduate .T Sacred Heart Academy, has" .been wore the colors used In decoration. as of tliolr dls'rogard of the sacred '"""....i acourse iL- two spending tlHe Baster vacation with the parlor, where the ceremony was Z in ., insiuuiions, l marrlaco before the world. TVin ii . , ... A .,4 her iparents. Mr. ait Mrs. James performed, "being converted into a Americar people, first ot all, want school bf Danville, Ind. She is on Mahoney, at Now Haven. bower of blossoms, sweet peas in fiimi cal'ed it 3 o'clock. Ruined Slat ntw their idols and heroes to be at leaBt the teaching staff pf the public the lavender shades and lavender an sale at Buschamtyar's. Mrs. Thomas IJ. Boinett ii with lilacs and sunburnt roses, with much school . system of, 1oulsvllle,, and CONFIRMATION CHILRRFN decent, and parents do not- relish " James Reacan arid Miss Lillian Rea jsmllax .being .used. The Improvised T E & the idea of their children idolizing SS Trrrr. nvvTV nrtT rm nrrm gan a Pewee VaUev, during the'ajr ag of palms ,anu wnue LOUISVILLE GAS AND Bring" thl conpoa to our tu01o and wcr will make you ?lx photo 1x4 5 typo, Dozens of Louisville women liave aiosence 01 wrs. ueagan, wno is in standards. 4ield baskets' of peas. the J- jxii'iDianr auu una Aafun uuuiu ia aiau luiunr in mbtua iar sjjii. Mjura. ELECTRIC COMPANY with their disgusting marital epl- - completed the course in "home care at thoJowiah Infirmary. ' Jar prlco $8.00 without coupon. There were two attendants, Miss Carpenter; Tho public brought them of tho Bick," offered by the Red Bodes. jrauvoKropuar ai Of Kentucky tjhnrles Herp. an- - Sarah Mahlo Taylor, Louisville, and Mr. and Mrs. .,. ii,. fimniicr). nnd nnw nHciuld Cross teaching center, and havo Miss of Frankfort, i 428 W. MARKET 8T. LOUISVILLE. KY. of their tne formor, being gowned in a neen awaraeu cerfiucates 01 pro nounre tha engagement Louisville, Kentucky, March y yy force them into oblivion. Press and ficiency, and a largo number is enHerp, to der ceorcette with picture hat of Miss Lorena 18, 1929. public should point tho way. rolled in new classes, which are Lnwrenoe R. Brpehlor. The wed the same material and carrying lavforming every week for the morn- ding will take placo April 15. Miss Taylor ender sweet oeas. PREFERRED STOCK ing, afternoon and evening hours. LITTLE EFFECT. DIVIDEND The Friday evening and Saturday ,irM The price of the. course ol fifteen tti hat nt iwm mnst ean reaneea .w gurn afternoon dancs for tho soldiers styllsh and carrying a bunch of yel- - The Board of Directors of this comAgitation against the high cost' unum I'm ui mo jvuiKuia iow r)Se3 and layender peas. Tne pany lias declared the regular quarterly h(iv linon rpflntnfid. ne- - ,.,j-,- et living still continues, but appar- - mny 'women both ,n tho cUy ftnd nt nnlnmhna usuhct n .. .-- . luvety loriuea gowu wots u i..i.. ueiuuu- dividend of one' and Uttlo effect. Various county. This Is regarded as one of ginning with the dance last night. entiy it has Jmported with trim- (i of lvory per cent on the preferred and practical 'mlngs of prdnge blossoms, and the of the comnauv. Davablo Aoiil k. stock Rfirinmos are nronosed to bring down tho most valuablt T7L 10201 Mrs. Ida M. O'Connor announces long reaf ven( whlch wa8 to stockholders of record at the close of thero is of the courses offered, as It fits a prices of commodities, but tnnt,woman to deal Intelligently with the engagement of her daughter, ,gIvon t0 jjj0 brjde .by hor aunt( nav. business March 31, 192a. no relief in sight. Allowing ,, , of m,nor ma home Ml&s Grace O'Connor, to George ihmnriit from Peirin. irhllo fch there is profiteering to a shameless and t k The marriage, Ma Hunt was wlth ho Red cross Eflnerai nrlnclnlos Wallace Craven. OWNER extent in certain high quarters, this 0f hygienic living and feeding. Miss which will take nlace the latter ,n war wori The ceremony was STATEMENT OP THE CIRCULASHIP, MANAGEMENT, does not account for the situation Mary Coady Is In charge of the part of April, will bo solemnized mQai impressive, tho ring service beTION, ETC., OP THE KENTUCKY at St. James church. Ijng usod( and a (beautiful pro- The fact Is that the public Is to local headquarters. IRISH AMERICAN. gramme' of music was played dur- 'ttt Reckless blamo to a largo extent. Mr. a:id Mrs. L. W. Goss an- - ,ng fcho coreanony. A reception Pupllshed weekly at Louisville, KenPEOPLE MUST DECIDE. I INTRICATtV extravagance and "easy money" are arrlage of their ,0etl t0 wh,ch invjtatIon3 had the tucky, required by the Act of I CASES A V Goss. bee ,ueJ t0 Bevorai hundrel. and day Tho adontlon of the mvihlblt'on daughter, M!ss Bertha Louie August 24, 1912. at the bottom of It all. Some I SPf CIA11Y f X PlIOAP rYt fiS A TYIi"TTlf t i UUUOL1LUUUU linn tn T tf nMAnrlimAnl t Annillti irv IHXO IKI ACW w ft o J v UU(UUU4UUth Name of Adress. delicious luncheon was served. tho country will wake up to the fact not removed t thoU1C7 question from tho Ainril 8 ot 8:30 o'clock at St. gifts were re-- Editor, William M. Hlgglns, Louiscari not There fs a Scientific Appliance that tho orgy of spending sphere of politics, it one may Judge Brlgid's church. Mr. and Mrs. Bu- ville, Ky. loft later in tho or Remedy for Every Font go on forever. If we can escape a from tho Bentimer;t that Is crowing ser left Immediately after the evening A.1 a visit in South Aiken, Associate Editor, John J. Barry, for III or Deformity. Louisville, Ky. Consult' financial panic we shall bo fortunate strong In several States. Tho fact ceremony for Detroit. MIoh stay of several wosks, S C. for a prohibition was is that national Indeed. after which they will be at homo in Publisher, The Kentucky Irish Ameradopted without giving the peopio RLAY. ican Company, Louisville, Ky. CliUB PRESENT the home of Mr, Frank's parents, in D. Pediatrist, Foot Specialist an opportunity to say whether they (It a corporation, givo Danville', until "they go to house- Owners.: SECRET TREATY. IUS S. Fourth, We wanted it or not. That does not to be keeping. names and addresses of stockholdOSlo B14fc Bu l U In the "Dress Rehearsal" M. , M..M II U.4(1a Vn ..nH4lAH ers holding 1 per cent, or more of played at St. Xavlor's Auditorium ' A correspondent now reports bo br0URht before the total amount of, stock.) MACKIN COUNCIL. during the third week ot April, tho Turkey and Great Britain entered for thelr vordIct Wo have William M. Hlgglns. Louisville, Ky. No-ago prohibition as such, tout wo ramat,ct,dopaeBt1? fJhJ rlit xvy. M.oUn into a' secret treaty a year llWw.ww , ";-"- '; iuiuutn ai. nffw.nn muiHie u 'juna j. .Dairy, uouiaviuu, Kv. Mflrv Hlcclns. Louisville. knowledge or consent of the.dlslike to have somethlnp : "put over out tho council, . i., win y Known, bondholders, mortgagees and "" a. "" tw iMa frpntv April "11, series of three per- - i oiur jjuno.o. Constantinople the bitjon ia becoming so npopular,iiuiu-n formances.for athis Borles the "Dress decree oin. t Mn.iMoM wiion hn other security holders, holding 1 "THE OLD ARH0RT" team will work hard to (Incorporated) ' ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF In ... rW f u ii of Wrw nossesslon '""inrflo LUb v vi rirA" .. ner'cent. or more of total amount . ... . nuo bao lUt ui "l event a success for both in Kenearsai" win mane 6( bonds, mortgages or other sch gudranteed to tho Turk in return for constitutional amendment. Tho re-- l Kentucky. Among the in mmi bo ma,ko the and, candidates. The balmy1 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET mombers cast will recognition of British supremacy In action has now sot in. How it will recognized names that have had weather of the past few" weeks saw; " , ..nJM.fn. tnr tha hfldohnll tanvii "One. end we do not know; hut In the prominent roles in some of AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED It 1b possi last analysis ft is he peopio Wtio Rvrla arii Mesopotamia. best Jhe iKKjn going through some stiff practice. KENTUCKY miSI AMERICAN CO. SritUU. ATTENTION TO THEATER ST0RA6E 25 CTS. Att MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCE!. ... ....... ..' .! ble that tho report Is without solid j win aeciae, uaws ana even consu omntniir fhftnf rlp.nla That WIL.I1IAM M. hiuuinh. tne large numoer But it would explain tutIonal amendments that have not Ivjp n l?ul!y,1,0L.,.,it,Jt" comedy. anu trom,the team successful trying-' 3WT foundation. SO-S8400-IHOIV- I5 capdl- aw0f t0 and subscribed before me out for oughly enjoyable, many" events that havo taken place the support of the people, can rot dates .landing a berth mav consider this 2.6th day of March, 1920. long endure In this country. . We In the Near East during tiie past have not yet become an oligarchy. themselves . real ,ball players, fir liATTlE HIGOINS. DELtlGED WITH LETTERS'. Mickln, rarriea off mighty lucky. year. Great Britain is again upN. P. J. C Kr. tift nnnnra in ma iwin jiiy ucokuv- Co"mmlssI6n expires January 10, Approximateiy 100,000. holding the Turk to terrorize and LADIES SERVE SUPPER. r. IAIWW. HL, Wm Ptk. M Twh. 9 he a' (con- 1922. men who are among the member- last.season.japd;.11168 massacre" Christians because the balFh ? fP tf t I f Knights of Columbus tonaer jor ine pennaut in me v."jh-e- r9 TT1 Ind Ua ship bf the ance' of powertnust be maintained. league. The team has been reipeir intention to church, St Matthews,- will serve an have signified1 SOLDIERS' WELCOME'. aerrge 5 eivvorstn sumner at tW church next participate in the fund ot $50,000 prgan.zefl.ny. SHOCKS EVKtf ENGLISH. Wednesday evening, when ,,ey give which Is , now belne .WrlMa A holiday was oberved at" Lanes-vlll5? r Tnu""irMS'. . their Eastern celebration. Many city TJirougnoui ine couutry, (ior Ind., ten miles west of New a siock to Clrart Pip, fi was" a . &tatue in a rawer B?hlspn. fayette-Me-tz admirers of T?ev. Albany, Monday, because of a, sol HIBERNiAN RALLY, f Pip far Staam CalHt, laaaaa's Pataat newspapers In this country which" the pastor, will be there lor. tha novel wav. diers' welcome celebration, held at Throusrh their K, ot C. counclisi Wall Drata Til, Vltrll4 BrkK, task of, ap- evening. have moaopolizsd: the President Si J, McEUIott. of Dl- - st. marys acnooi nan, mere in non- the men have expressed a w'KlngT LlalMg, Fir Bricit Fir PrealaJ, Fl proving Lloyd George's, or rather 4, A. O, ,p and his brother or of ten members, of St. Aiigusresft to Supreme Secretary William vlIon are making1 a special, effort tine's Commandery, Knights of St. VISIT IN TEXAS. mmnmr a lie, rir viay. vainuj tmpwi jMr" Edward' Carson's, current home offlcer3 t. MnfJinlpv to donate twentv-nv- e the great dlvlrfotf John, who served in rule measure, to learn what the Mr. and Mrs.' John McAteer, who cents apiece In commemoration of to get every .member of the at Be- r- worm war. uacn man was present? 836 SOU 111 THIKrEENTrl STREET. OFFJCB the meeting their service In Franre. ana ese- - to come to next Monday evening, as ed ,a, medal, Issued, by the Supreme nest wittit. Bagliskraea at horaei'have, been spending a few trand Hall t. m (uuuif. u iiia, jmum r. jya.- - riauy in aibrco tCUMB, MAIN 07, PHONES CITY Commandery, Knights of, St John. Of Iti- TBB Briusn prBM uuwowiiij mi,, Musk .trood of. vvtvi. leit (. Amfama , tM mMBufe ,.,., tnr in Ada, OKUi.i v... Twes- - seoreiary paIS DUHIl UBllXSBU enclos- - something perfaln'rig to the uir 111 ,. w, iroiuniouu, now. Aiuauy, auu a tne OrcierinHd winerninn, men, f1l AnihiIa. HNiaiaiia nrisiariR.. j n iiiiib utia, from wuRKSiBirieiBia . ,,. kM. v iaA Urtf vimat Inr (hair 'bwB hits to hnnor tha genjsn will e lSlreauceu t . HUB ihwoi .rounscvniiii', ui, .it,, HWn H. .inurB iff mneh tohurch, Laneevllle, made .addresses.M days. meavng. ' , t atatle the Goloilal ma ITa , '. ltoltk hrA H ' r BOYCOTT NECESSARY. Gray-V- on BASEBALL LOUISVILLE COLUHBUS Allmen IHhHI ?e i- fBUKSttKA Sanitary Milk Co. Wednesday, 14th IS THE ( - wvVyyvvVyvyVvV;yf -K HOME OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." PIckford-Falrbanks-Moo- Snt ; Auiitf lavon-daught- , !" ; w-- ...... three-quarter- s ,." 3-- jq Me Totth, Courier-Journ- al I Instant Relief and Perma -e 4 A ciV - vn Tl Post-Offlc- nent Comfort For Foot Trouble Sufferers Zd TheSe 1 , ., st Dr. S. Y t with-'again- .. --"- -.. ;'"" $& -- t arlnceSudS: -- i.v i- . Mi j.. BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 Open For Buaixieiia , I - Oity ain I - I pro-Bfrltl- sh Pter "tiw.". r ". nt !p. e, i Swr i bannon PIPE Lls CO. CIr, ti f w-ek- s - - not.attt taitii .. 573-1780- lMI-'tMKlf- y iir WAf-X.jjna- i o, - (.! tnwi""'nimmmiifttnnm 1 . , ,1 tA ,i 1'. entv; "ff .... 3 -jLfufc ,l.!.4K--i o STOP &UULE11 AXLE SLIPPING-WEA- R 3111. SQUEEGEE H. G. JOHNSON, DISTRIBUTOR." RECENT DEATHS. forty-eigh- NO-SKI- D HEELS Ky', Home Phone City 312 Realty Bldg., Louisville, RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish" American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements tbey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. GLOVES WlHHHWtMMH 10c Cleaned'and Mended. Funeral services over tho remains of Mrs. Mary Alurta Keller, aged t, wcro held Thursday morning at the Church of Our Ladv. She .is, survived toy hor husband, Albert F. Keller, 3127 West-or- n Parkway. John kremer,v .a widely known member of Holy Trinity church, died Monday night at his home, 1132 East St. Catherlnd street. Surviving him are two brothers and two sisters. His 'funeral took place Wednesday morning. John J. O'Rourkc, years old, died Sunday night at his homo, 652 East F street. He Is forty-iiin- o SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Cigars RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irjsh American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-M- rs by accepting only firms of known responsibility. MANUFACTURING XNCORP01U.TSD COMPANY MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. ENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Pheac South 90S Parkway 2 JONES AND N STREETS LOUISVILLE, KT. SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. Phone 2207 "As Near to You as Best Made A. J 5, PBNDENNIS Inc. ENGELHARD SONS CO. & HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY , ns; We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or Skirt PLE1A.SING INDIVIDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WAR- D INCORPORATED COMPANY J. M. Clark O'Rourkc, Funeral services wero held Tuesday morning at St. Philip Nerl chruch, conducted by tbe Neirett Phona" Rov. Fatlier Ackermann. fttnwtef i survived by his1 iwlfe, (Mrs-- (Mary A. LOUISVILLE CORNS.BUNfONS t Akwratl . bbBbEZ-4- . INCORPORATED Nfrita Sttottfflta Trwt FUNERAL FLOWERS SPECIAL SPRAY S3.CIO K.OO A SPKCIAL WltKATII A $b ones T. B. C03 'SOUTH FOURTITAVENUB. 3245, Main VANN or City. COMPANY Miss Mary, H. Schnojder, thirty years old, heloved daughter of Fred J. Schneider, 836 East Burnett avenue, tasscd from this life Monday Dr. Uriah Z. Llisly VBl LONfi DISTANOPi CONNECTIONS AAAAAhkAkAliAAick t - ft r Chirwilat DAIRY BUCKNER TOBACCONIST iBoorperateft. SOfWJIO SOOTH WHOLESALE WENZBL ST. Both Phones 4203 JOHN 11. Md Wert Main Street LoulsTllle. Ey. ing. morning, her death mourned .by a wide circle of acquaintances. She was a faithfud membor of St. Elizabeth's church, from which the "uneral took place Wednesday morn- 507 Stark Bailata. Bath Pboret flESMMtoPfPl iBBHMMmM BnMitD eyes TESTED Plenty--COAL--Plen- ty pop ifaMnwAynwUwrtgij W & Leather Shop Headquarters for 607 WEST WALNUT ST. PROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatro AND FARM 43TY See us about anything la real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIA- ' estate. We sell, buy and rent JEWELRY, 8UITCASES, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. TRUNKE, ETC. Some Phone City 4464. O'LEARX A OO. Nat. Jewelry telegraph Flowara MUKT Srerywhera HIIIM'Y .bbbw DitMiMli BEB POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to tbose haying regular or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. It. POOliEY, Boom 41S 8. Fourth Street. 1, Courier-Journal THE VERY BEST Sa BOTTTX TKXRD 8TBEBT n grocer in tho West End to their and a regular communicant at St. Invites yousteam-heate- dInspect Oarage modern, f, before Cecilia's church, died Sunday night you enter your car for. eafo keeping. at his home, 2532 Bank street, the Telephone City or auin 2383 for announcement 'being received with Special Bates. expressions of sorrow everywhere. by two brothers, He Is survived JOHN B. WATHEN Patrick and John Delaney, and a sister, Miss Mary DelanoV. Funeral wero hold with requiem Borvices FURNITURE MOVING AND mass Wednesday morning. PACKING well-knowfire-proo- Jerry Delaney, for many years a THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY 9 dBERIH KrTvSW 315 Stark. Ball.liaii, Tliirk Floor Fourth and Walnut Phoae City 1 ISO DR. JOHN O PTROM ETRIST. $5.75 $5.75 Jeliico Lump $7.00 AltLG West Virginia Lump $7 00 PRICES Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Per Ton of 3,000 Pounds P. BECKER FITTED BEST SERVICE REASON- - OZ.ACSES Tradewater Lump Trade water Nut ri Delivered Anywhere. Stamps Frco. Trading FRANKEL COAL CO. Twelfth and Will on Houlu 'J il PRICES TMP LOWEST City 210 -- 273 -- THE SIGN OF QUALITY UghTa 7411 But 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY OO. 014-02- EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Bome Phone Shaiwne) 801 HENRY GOS3 iiODaV NATUROPATH sP?SnfcBW Um Mm Building. SIDNEY'S LbsbMIbbEsbbB j 08 W. JcsTer-turSt. ll Ml KIA) lv A. LOSE 334 East Mnrkct Street n SOUTHERN Morning" STAB" rtn SLICED BACON "All Ready lor Your Griddle la the HAMS. LARD. SADSAOB LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS CASH Itooftng, Guttering, Spouting Roora Repaired and Paint Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Kj GLOBE SEOUItlTY & LOAN OO Incorporates. A. Lazar, Manager HIGHEST Money Advanced on Your Plata flee 812 West Jefferson HtreM Call Home Phone City 721; Oumb. Phone Main 721. (Second Floor) Rome Phone City 2967. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. PRICE8 PAID HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES ALL FLAVORS CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 wero held Wednesday morning, One week of warm weather does Rev. Fathor John O'Connor cele Wo Deliver to Your Home. away with a slight cold. Hot baths brating thto requiem high mass. 1551 AV. KENTUCKY STKKET do the same with a heavy cold. Hot nAPPY UNION. baths (at am or electric baths) reCumb South 9145 Homo City 1568 move any iold beforo pneumonia or fc Kelley an Mr. and Mrs. Thomas pleurisy, i set in. nounce tho marrlapo of their daugh ter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Zoll, to doth Phones 2400 William Curran. Tho marriage ETJ T L I N G E U & O O. took place Monday, April 5, at the -- and three sisters. Holy Name parish mourns tho BSO South Twenty-SuK. death of another aged and highly membor, esteemed Mrs. Katio Wct ias4 shawnoe 1986 Quick, widow of tho late George W. Quick, 1910 South Third street. She fONO DISTANCE nAULTNO s survived by three sons, Thomas R., Oharles Edward. Louisville, and TRY DE MICHAEL'S two James E. Quick, Cleveland; daughters, Mrs. Clarence Hanne-nh'Louisv'lle, and Mrs. E. G. SPECIAL HOME MADE ICE CREAM Richie, Cleveland, and one brother m n, .m r W lacorporated 3 ifaderhlll HL M. Dearborn Manager Funeral services Best Livestock Market South of the Ohio River Established 1050 Designs & Estimates Furnished LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe Adolph Rcutllngor FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET JNO. P. MORTON & CO INCORPORATED All Kinds of Footwear For Whole Family Two HAMBLY'fl the Mth and Portland. 18th and Magazine Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky Store OFFICE OUTFITTERS Shaw. 1716 City 7164 STATIONERS PRINTER paopia-- noriBiiT moorporaiea WUMt Wu ergaalssa fcy Make to X. AU0 a Vanltax an Othw VsaMM) s WeU-taw- w Weekly Savings Club SUIT BdETHlS HcMTK WITlfTHC awcttgw South Louisville Bank Foartk and Geatral AveHtse. CALL US FOR 8. . COR. THIRD AND iowmz aAsae COLBUAN buildiho buib rsoBH I Property at JHmBSgi.. u - r yoas koya aa azvyaiv aaoattos ha wu w Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES' Kentucky Consumers Oil Company ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE lit ft. Brtaaway, fcealaTlIJa, st. ;i&sslcaJ. IouIntIUo Kentucky 3o80-- A OenduoUd by tna XaverlAB Brothers Buslnact and SctenUflo XmrseaTPrepsxatory Dpartmat, Lr Iwjmraln Pool. Well JBquippea uyma Tmrmm moderate. M HeaJsmlB. ttr Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers in H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS CITY HALL DLDU.. 1120U28 WEST MARKET ST. Main 2582! City 2532 M. J. STEDSGEL & CO. Incorporated and Embalmers. eoo Telephone 1022 K. BWOADWAV JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR FINE CLOTHES 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Furnishings and Caps Phones Shawn 1243. Cumberland 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET $0 Steps From Fourth. Count 'Em Wes I r 107a. City YOUNG MEN FOR MEN AND !. fr Tlj$ H. CHRftTNtrT lJM suta at- - T). Funerul .Director and Embalmer 17-tt- O B.A X. -- IXJUMVILLH. K1 THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET . . 1TJPI R AJLy 1 OMUFIIOXBSS DIRBCTOR.i CUMBERLAND WWHHWHVWHHHWWWHUWUMiw MAIN 3s71.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. i i 5VH Mfifi Ttm V'S&WUefa TglTi trot. . CALL FOR AND DELIVER of your wantiT We are the Goher and Miss and bonded transfer aw Home Phono, City 1931 1 STARKS BUILDING. Clara Dlscher left the first of the for all railroad at LouUvlU. They week for a trip to Eurooe. Houth 2377 wore to sail from St. Johns, N. B., City 07CS Both Pbones MU a. Asuroxis k iOsf C. J. SCHNEIDER. JH, Kanaevr on April a, ana win visit Franco, TAKES DEFEAT CALHjY. Italy, Switzerland. Belgium, Hol land, England, Scotland and Ireland. AUOTIOW 8T0BAOX OS. v autoThe British press lias taken tho The trip Includes a (Incorporated) CAPITAL riCICETS. League of Nations by mobile tour through tho Chateaux defeat of tho COUJTTRT EO0S OUX BPECIAXTT ho Senate more calmly than most country of France and flvo days Woman sympathizers with tho re 483 Wert Mala Itree SOUTH FIFTH STREET people expected. The reason is not among the battle fronts. publican movement in Ireland last LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY far to seek. It Js, that it couia not week 'bogan picKeung xno iirmsn do otherwise .without opening the ALUMNI UnSETING. Embassy Embassy at Washington. eyes of their countrymen to the .., Kark Sales, Pres. been J. O. jaooM, sea aid Tree effect tho continued denial of po A general meeting of tho St. officials said no.complalnt".naawomen NEILL-L- A 'the'polico. Tho litical justfee to Ireland has on Hhe Xavler College "Alumni has been made to 66. L. GRAUHAK liberty-lovin- g people of the United called by tho Executive commltteo marched' to tho Capitol, but word turned away by Capitol police. They Probably at no time in for next Tuesday night at the States. Incorporated auditorium. It Is desired that made their appearance again on their history have Americans hated INCORPORATED Bealtra Za All Kinds of eWfklS.Mki Engladd as much as all members be present, as the Monday, when two wero arrested, and distrusted is places. tore riitures, Safes, OaaH Sefl- they do at this present hour. British proceedings promlso to bo of great but others took their violating Ittho ters, Stiow cases, CoaaUr, contended they aro hypocrisy and British cant are tho interest. Bhslvtaar, Etc MILL AND law, which 13 not In any way their roots of this hostile sentiment; ror 610 WEST maim BTjunre obejoct. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. while England Is prating about lib FACTORY SUPPLIES transWodnesday Home Phone, City till the womon erty, her hirelings in Ireland and The Queen's" DauEbters nefd" their ferred their activities from the Emother equally unfortunate parts of Dopaitment. Retho world are busy jailing and annual meeting and election or bassy to tho Statepatrol in front of Wo Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, facials, Kubbcr and Paper Stock bdtoning and murdering thoso.who officers yesterday afternoon, too sumption of the Watch Crystals Fitted 20c acKnowledgo that the w.ord Liberty Into tn hn rnnnrtri In thin Issue. tho British Embassy nas neen the Watcb and Jewelry Repairing postponed until after LOUISVILLE WASTE was manifest to their political vocabu- Much satisfaction belongs Monday of tho four pickThe Radius Jewelry Shop when tho roports were road and tho trial nextunder lary. MATERIAL CO. arrest. past year was reviewed. ets now work of the 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVB. 001003 WEST JEFFERSON ST. LEAGUE IN CANADA. Next to Rex Theater FRENCH TO RESldN. GOING TO CH31LI. City 1109 Homo Phono, Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. An Irish race convention will bo Th6 Dublin IVeeman'fl Journal, In LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Miss Agnes Shea, of Seymour, held in Montreal this summer in for Ind. cousin of Judge James W. an article Saturday, advances tho favor of Ireland and to further tho objects Fortune, of Joffefrsonvlllo, has de- belief that Field Marshal viscount City SGG West 866 Homo Phono, City 834 and work of the convention an parted 'for Santiago, Chill, where Froncb is to resign bis post as Lord league has beon Rhn will mako hor home with her Lieutenant 6f Ireland, and that ho & Roofing Co. by Lora uecies. josepn H. will bo succeeded formed. Branches will be orjpH'Pii brother. Ambassador , French's administration has been in City Elevator and Warehouse Roofing-- Guttering and Spouting over tho Dominion, from Halifax Shea, formerly of Scottsburg. all every way a failure and one or tno SKYLIGHTS AND GALVANIZED to Vancouver, with tho headquarHay, Grain and Feeds worst to which Ireland has yot been IRON WORK ters in Montreal. NEW ALBANY. Tho Homo of "Qua'ity Feeds" ROOF REPAIRING AND subjected. I BIG SONG HIT. 121! N. FOURTH ST. AND PAINTING A SPECIALTY, Rev. Father Selbortz, pastor of CARDINAL O'CCONNELL. St. Mary's church, delivered an elo213 N. FIFTEENTH ST.' S. E. Cor. Rcutllnger and Struck The now song, "Ireland tho Foot- quent and entertaining address stool ,of Heaven." has won the Wednesday night at tho meeting of Cardinal O'Conneli, of Boston, hearth approval of every liberty New Albany Council, Knights Of Co- will will .shortly start Tor Eurone the loving American, rotraruiess 01 lumbus. Tho hall wad filled with to make his ad llmlna visit to war, or creed, and is in great members. Vatican, iwhldh, because of the demand everywhere. This song is had to be postponed. The Cardinal I meeting wlfh success in schools and will reman abroad only long enough SARTO CLUB MJ3T. All dealers are selling the homes. to fulfill tfte required mission of his sheet music and rolls for player returning Sarto Llforarv Club met ornce.completion of w rrcueugv " The pianos. certain diocesan Wednesday evening with Mrs. E..J. tho AU S. SMITH, PROP. . - xTv, i nnrv nnt iindcrtnkinjr the funda- BIRTHDAY. bany. An . entertaining programme moriuls for furtiher (works of this was enjoyed by nil present, tihe.klnd that he has in mind. The" Most Rev. Austin Archbishop of St. Paul, wal born' numbers' including subjects' of more JUST TnEnt KIND. years than ordinary interest. in Now York City Jlftv-tw- o ago Monday, and tho occasion was B07H PHONES SIO. Tho fact that Hoovor lived out of ANOTHER HUNDRED. remembered by Ids' friends In all eighteen' rt, Rt.atos for. TinitoH narts of tho country, tbe good Arch worked ila-kf- n Council members aro en- - years and never voted, andseems bishop being deluged with congratu to r SOUTHEAST CORNERSS1XTH AND ZANE STS rumor! over the Bucross of its for a foreign government,press lations. Just end with make tho Anglomanlao Ienten drive, which will FAMoutf AtfERicAir. the tnilation of a class of about crazy to nominate Mm for kind. Is Just tbolr ion candidates on Sunday. April 11. dent. 111 1' i 1 1 1mt 111M 11111 11 IS T I 11fii11 100G vu a.u.u.w Aitmlnl . President MoGuIro and .the degree v. .&u.u..M. ta Aoua TAKES NERVE. Stewart, an American, who won team are maKing eiaDoiwo prpjdiaj fame .fn tbe battles against French tlons ror tnis event ana Hipcfi if fnifAH. nBrva for newsnaners to privateers ana apamat rne xtniian ine rr "',: In tho .war; Qt 181.. dtedtK Ad - . to witness the. wprk,. which will be announce for President a man who drew foreign pay all hsr life and r mlral Stewt.v,is the grandfather almost entirely new 10 umuy. who maintains a residence In Lonof Charles Parnefl. don, and who never voted in this 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ECMPSES. Lcountry. Just think of m PROJECTS 'SEmNARY. There will be two epllps'es' In PHOTOS OF GRAVES. Arcbblshoo Cbrlstie In a pastoral 1!0, tWo of the run and two or letter announces the project of a the moon. The' first will be a toll! ' ;: The American Re,d Cross haq ... nrov'nclal seminanr whlrb he hopes ec!pse, of the, moon on Mav Z; the all but 3 000 of the I0.-nto start 'soon at Portland, Ore. He. next wIH be a partial ecllnse or the who lost - -, " rvus of AmericansTbesg rihq Cumb. Main SDSS.a iavR wat an aomiranie lqanon V V .' tlDl. J CJLr a diitnKutabedJeIllwe of tje moon, October 27. an (Iniff five In, ad ellw ot Ttoa. jr)"rn.hi 'o M'n" sBt tbe famlllw bndv of (MeWUstirali edHns4qra Is.th' lnxt ,a nart'al I W.I t,W II MIII l 'sSii, Noirembw y ih ,wtx. the fgllea hare. dlsfoswkso tut Mis3 WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Preston and OrniBby Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Glass. Wo Solicit Your Patronage church, tho Bertrand Rev. Father Lvons officiating. Tho wodding was followed by a break fast at the home of the bride's par ents for members of the two Imme diate families, after which Mr. and Mrs. Curran loft on their wedding trip to New York and other points East. St. Louis LONG EUROPEAN TRD?. Maggie Freight TraMfer In Loulsrill wmU your builnes. ,Do you know we have from II to IS outside clerks located rtgat at the various depots to take oar and Storage tncet Tracking Moving, BOURBON STOCK YARD COMPANY Incorporated O. AX, BIRCH, General Hanag-e- r PIPE WORKS Work for Johnson and Main Streets LOUISVDLLE, KY. HEATING & VENTILATING 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. Homo Phone 2550 NATIONAL HATTERS D. D. S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON 8TRBBT. DYERS AND CLEANERS Louis 900-90- A. Broring, DENTIST ten-da- V7Z. r& SCHNEIDER'S MEAT MARKET VIELLE col-le- go SUPPLY CO. aei-Inlte- ly Lrish-Canadi- Oscar Farmer Sons Pearce GRAN W SMITH'S SON Funeral Director All . Do-wlln- and Embalmer I Prosi-Hoov- er . x timn esfi n h eosiatf HJnutm m mn ; , ,r DOUGHERTY & McFJlIOH Funeral Directors and Embalmers I11IMIIHIIIHMHIIIIMIIMII " ed nn - '. tbt --- ! tbe-war- .i IM & ! 1. I i , tv . X .KZEMCOFUOHCY IRISH AMRIOAT. ' ii piiSfflnisyii j X WwM a n I II Ki 4bsv I I B&H ii T ML11 ANNOUNCEMENT! Offers the Investing Public of Kentucky HERMAN STRAUS . fOUBTH AVCNUC SONS MARKCT STREET J ' I tMCOWOSATCO j INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. We Qlvc and Redeem Surety Coupon. DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR The Preferred Motor Car Co. $1,000,000 Common Stock Shares $10,00 Par Value HIGH-CLAS- CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on ueferrea . SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L Payments, The oatetaadlng features of this method arc He ceBTcaloaco la making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantago of buying ob tho Club Flaa daring our various sales AT SAIiB PRICES. "Whatever Is tho price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that is also tho price to a Household Club Plan customer. There Is positively bo advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are tho same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS THE PLANT WILL BE LOCA TED IN LOUISVILLE THE PREFERRED MOTOR CAR is the result of years of successful exper iment and embodies all of the modern essentials. ENGINEERING STAFF of THE PREFERRED MOTOR THE CAR COMPANY, comprising well known automobile efficiency men of tbe highest type, insures a finished product with many new exclusive departures that will give it a decided individuality. S BLUE SERGE, AT I $13.50 - $18.00 White Shirts and Blouses j To Go With Confirmation , AUTOMOBILE INVESTMENTS HAVE RETURNED MILLIONS TO STOCKHOLDERS. The demand for a good dependable car is far in excess of production PREFERRED CAR will sell for $1,200 25 H. P The Suit, $1.00 $1.25 $1,501 ' $1,400 40 H. P THE WONDERFUL POSSIBILITIES of this offering should appeal to New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' 1 First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery ? What ;WU1 Become Of Your Life o Insurance ? ii j Will the beneficiaries under your life insurance policies be experienced enough in financial matters to safely invest the Droceeds or use them to best advantage? Or, is it not likely that they may be tempted into makincr investments that are alluring but unsafe? I every investor. Send in your subscription or let us call and explain to you fully. JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 WEST MABKBT STREET. PREFERRED MOTOR LOUISVILLE, KY. J CAR CO. Preferred Motor Car Co. Preferred Motor Car Securities Iioulsvlljc, Ky.: Pleaso send mo prospectus and data In reference to Preferred Motor Car Company without obligating myself whatever. Name Address City Co., 008 Republic BIdg., HIGH GRADE COFPEE aV' v?f 5 ; By making this Company trustee under your life insurance policy, as many wise men have done, you can be sure that the money will be used to sustain and protect your heirs. Preferred Motor Car Securities Co. FISCAL AGENTS. Extract, portubo Pie Filling Bee Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Baking Powder Coffee lb Tea, lb Coco, lb 40o to GOa 80c to $1.25 40ti 30c to OOa 30e 25o 25a LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 45,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $12,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tht people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. ld ii j; " i Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co.:; Columbia Building 608 Republic BIdg. Phone City 968. Fourth and Main. Tho Oldest Trust Company in the South. High Grade Men Wanted In All Sections of Kentucky as Well as Louisville to Assist in Disposing of This Issue as Quickly as Possible. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES MARKET AT SECOND SODAS B)tttttfrQ&l4M "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP! Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated X NECKTIES DIVISION S. I THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Borne Made Pies, cakes, Meats X10 SOUTH. FIFTH STREET 10c Cleaned and Pressed. President T. J. O'Leary. Vice President Thos. W. Killeen. Financial Secretary John Recording Secretary Treasurer Sentinel Dan Sergoant-at-Arm- s Brod-orlc- k. John J. Daugherty. Martin , In Middle of Snuare PRICES REASONABLE IM4 084 SOUTTI FOURTH STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVIOB t SWISS Cleaners and Dyers .617 Fourth Ave. Phone 2207 EHYBODYCLEANEs mVr "THE in 25-ce- nt TRY n a?j PILL THAT WILL" HENRY C HERR Lomaviuxt nvi "V f (Tho House of Mirrors) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS INCORPORATED 'tnrrarPf .c Thomas Noone. DIVISION . M0NCRIEF FURNACES This Furnace will last longer, give more heat and burn less fuel than any furnace made, and we have thirty years' experience to prove it. Fivo-Ycar WORLD HOT AXJ&. XMJRKTAOE) DBKSOT Herts second and fourth Monday, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President S. J. McElllott. Vice President Patrick Connelly. Financial Secretary T. J. Lan-gaMeaney. n. Recording M. Secretary L. D. They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy -or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. NO RAISE IN PRICES. The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit Treasurer Sergoont-at-Arm- s ArBBwKaYlT&l Guaranteed and Free Service A Bond wifli every furnace. BUY NOW. PAY LATER. Wt&ZJGftS son Filler & Sentinel John P. Burke. Edward Byrne. J. McDermott. WHY PAY MORE? Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Hew Business Management PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary"" MODERATE MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. 0mfODG 511 SOUTH THIRD ST. We Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of Our Service and Workmanship Ar'f A No. 1 Suits Pressed. Only 50c Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Years. SUITS MADE TO ORDER Willard Cafeteria EXCELLENT PARE Opposite Court nouso R. C. BTHJAVELI,. Business Manager 2SHAXS SERVED 6:00 to 9:30 11:00 to 3:30 5:00 to 7:30 LIBERTY BONDS In Any Denomination Or Amount. WE ARE RESPONSIBLE Established Over Twenty-fly- o 521 WEST MARKET STREET. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. Main 2382 City 9384 FRED G. JONES & CO. INCORPORATED Iiivo wire rubber heel salesman, commission basis. Apply Breakxait THE SQUEEGEE HEEL CO. Sinner , . 312 Realty Building. Enpper WANTED THE Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. Both Phones 2635. We Call For ami Deliver. 421 W. Chestnut I Wakefield 118 & Co. St South Fifth Street. City 001 Main 100 IT WITH FLOWERS" SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILLWORK. Louisville, Kj . Breoka nd A Sts. LUMBER LUMBER JNQOfiPOMrCO LOUISVILLE'S CHANGE. "SAY HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK (7Zwmww&a9&? 418 Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEFFERSON City 985 Main 1x34 to 430 X. BrecHnrldffa; Brandt Yard and Switoh, Xofraa ft St. Oath. TKriJLyJC Btk jftii LUMBER Phonet-27- 50 (XMCOBFOXUmD) B. IMCIZsZlSR & oo. Repair Your No expert-labo- r The American Association baseball season will open here next Wednesday afternoon, and Louisville will have a ?hanco for an advertisement for Itself that will tho showing of our city In tho recent census. Tho American Asso- ciaUon foas offered a gold cup for the largest attendanct on opening day, and if this city can lead tho way over Indianapolis and others It will Ibo. a splendid advertising feature for the town. The Colonels open up "with Joo Tinker's Columbus aggregation, a drawing card in Itself, and lovers of tho great American gamo and civic pride g should furnish a off-B- et record-breakin- AUGUST R. Main 1813 BAUMER FLORIST Both Phones LOUISVILLE, ICY. ANDERSON LUMBER f 1813 Doors MASONIC TEMPLE FOURTH AND CHESTNUT Sash ALL LUMBER CO Broadway andl211iSL UNDER ROOF WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING FLASTESBB Own Roof needed if you use Twelfth and Oldham Ford's Plastic Cement Phones City or Main 3588 harveV-jellic- o COAL CO. Ford Roofing Products Co Plione Highland 21 Tho fans are confident that tho Curab. B. !- Louisvillt management will givo us City 8180 a permanent contender, as Presi dent. William F. Knebelkamp has ZERR & HOFFMAN shown himself to be a thorough sportsman, and his aide and busi F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. ness manager, (Cap.) William Neal, possesses tho ability and VAULT Bhrewdness to wield togothor a formidable baseball machine. 811 REALTY BUILDING WRESTLING STARS HERE. Home Phone, City 2154 crowd. Brook aad Bloom BUILDING LUMBER Sixteenth and Maple. Both Phones. Where the Quick Meal Comes In Wkere the home Is brightest ; Wbere th. work to lightest; Where the hm1 la cooked beet; Where the range stand JThat'a "Qaiek where Meal" Where work to erieMf doae; Where eooktag OLEAHIXQ reu raa; light; Where baktag givee Where dredge to e eight - That'a where "Quick Meal" ;Tkt Compaay With the C.alnd the Service. E T. WELSH 9r I ?. "T . "Tr BteeJr Jee Lump Goal from EaateroiKcBtucky. 97.66 tern dttvMa; $6.00 per torn at yards. YamU toeftleii at Fifteenth, and M agaeHa. Xarat Firat and A. aaa Payne Streets.; Tara mm m va.r, 1025 Bardstowa Road 4A9TmM. Tf Tin, Tile and State Roofer Reef JPaiatiBg-- a 8peeialt j?) Joe Stecher, (world's champion y wrestler, and Ed Lewis, the championship contender, will appear here Monday evening at the Armory, Stecher to meet Padoubney, a European champion, while Lewis will wrestle Draak,, tho Holland champion. Local wrestling fans will turn out In large numbers to root for the Americas beys, who have bean fel favorlU bre to. tfee part. B. Ken-tack- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING. W.ConMrFOUrthtMteffirSMl the eeaM QmUk. HmI Gae RaBftM HU, ImmtmUt awl Highly fiEHER & SON,WMAa!, ST. I