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PHONE: HOME Oft MAIN Uvery Driver ao UkxtX loalstillt Tukak Trmftr C BOO Incorporated t VOLUME XLIV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1920. v nBamBar r mir fSSSSSSSSSSSSSKX kl i """""""1 F"""""E""""""""""""""""""""""Ki.&!"HBHHSafit "HTffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffBrffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflfH"' mc PRICE FIVE CENTS. GOV. COX Choice of Kentucky Democrats and Should Receivo Convention 11 VT EDUCATOR .fir""""""""""""""""""l K. OP-- C. Entertained by Archbishop Bonzanoi nnd Receive Prniso From Holy Father. Ono 'ii- B Instructions. Tukes Parents to Tai.lt For Their Mistakes 'in Bringing Up Their Children. Uninstructcd Delegate Prpagnnda Published by Supporters. Son-Ifi-La- w Mc-Ad- oo t Known the Country Over That To day tho Youngsters Rulo Their Eldcvs. of Biggest Contributions to Countri's Future Now Being Made. Negroes Conic Into Their Own. in Republican party and Servo as Dictators. " What Many Will Come. Say When tho Memorial From Officers nnd Men of., Our Siberian Expeditionary Forces. Last Day Shnllnvo OUll KEYSTONE COMEDY POLICE STAYED AVITII rI VI M i THE SOLDIKItS. JL The Louisville public will have an opportunity to hear a Presidential aspirant this evening, as Gov. James B. Cox, of Ohio, will an address at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, and judging from the enthusiasm and interest In his boing aroused in this section tho hall will hardly 'be able to the cfowd. There is no denying the fact that the eontlment and interest in Gov. Cox is sweeping over tho country like iwlld-flrand the slogan of "Carry the Country With Cox" foas aroused tho Democratic party to a fighting pitch. Gov. 'Cox's platform on the liquor question, tho League of Nations and overy other uppermost question is rallying support to him that no one dreamed of six months ago could ho brought to bear In behalf of any Democratic candidate for President. Gov. Cox's candidacy Is opportunity knocking at tho door of Democracy, and with him as a standard-beare- r tho party outlook would indeed too 'bright. Now wo come to the situation In Kentucky, and' tho Kentucky Irish American, as a real Democratic newspaper, would llko to see the Democratic d party give and (generous support to Gov. Cox's candidacy, but unfortunately some who and some who are not have a "personal ax to grind are trying to defeat tho Wishes of tho people. Hero is the situation: Eight out of every ten Democratic voters want to see Gov. Cox chosen as tho Democratic Presidential nominee. A minority faction led by James B. IJrown, "Bobby" Bingham and .irough , Percy Hnly nro pleading jcanjpua-weiL- . press, propaganda for an HBiastructod delegation. Bingham and his papers nro for an uninstructcd delegation because it is an unpopular move and would cause dissatisfaction in .tho Democratic party thereby aiding Bingham's bosom compnnlon, Tobo Ilcrt, boss of tho Ilepublicaa party. James B. Brown is for an uninstructcd delegation, meaning disguised supporters for McAdoo, because the Prcsldcnti's was his bencfutcor and friend. Must tho Democratic party of Kentucky bo used to pay air. Brown's personal obligations? An iuiin3trncted delegation at a national Convention will bo found g around trying to mako a deal whereby THEY WILL de-llv- or he-ha- FALSE EXCUSES ALWAYS HURT. Iiy Charles CamlllusA C. F, Baltimore, Md. X., After twenty-thre- e years 6pent In tho class room, continually observPHILIPPINE TWINS REFUSE TO BE SEPARATED. CAPITAL HOB KNOB AT BIG DINNER. LABOR AND ing tho characters, habits, virtues Lucia and Simpllcla Godeno, little Filipinos who are Joined llko Welshmen of London claim the Prince of f Wales at their St. and vices of children) I Jiavo re- tho th o John David's day dinner, tho Premier p roposlng a toast to Wales and her solved upon writing this article. I thoy Slameso twins. Surgeons atdanger, but Hopkins University sav that can ibe separated without they aro perfectly happy Prince. In the photograph tfrom loft to right are Lloyd Geo'arge, tho therefore ask tho fondijiarents into tho way thoy aro. whoso hands this artiolo may fall to Prince of Wales and A. Bonar Law. peruse, consider and. put In practlco month, as tho giving us a ibig increase la popu- - or avoid, points caso may bo, tho sacramonts at least once aSundays, gan, steal 'anything that ho could disturbing Another element ia conveniently carry and stay away They como because of our following young. in regard to rear- and attend holyonmass on the Republican party is the atti- - latlon. ing tho strongly Insist tho performance from school pretty much as ho tudo of the negroes. Ia tho recent Keystono police department, and It ex- - pleased, I do Intend still ho was tho amilo of that all oi tnese auues. utvo convention tho negroes would take is proof of the old saying that "It parents uot easy, tof say all chil- ample by doing theso tnem tho are duties your- hor eye. Poor eye! Furthermore nortthat no dictation from eiher Hert or pays to advertise," tho story of our dren aro bad, but the percentage selves. Our bodies dlo and aro re this lad stayed away from homo Searcy, and now they are out in comedy police and the easy picking of tho g parents and the turned to earth, but our souls live moro than ono night, his front demanding everything and hero having been wafted to every fractious child is very,, very great. en forover. Do not keep children knowing nothing of his parents wherebulldozing every Republican office- crook in the country. In a few years henco from mass for some petty reason or abouts. Ono night he slept in Didn't tho public laugh when It will bo easily reckonedtho number for no reason at all. When a child sacristy of tho church and a day the holder in Kentucky. Howdy Ed or at twelve Morrow's fear of tho negro bosses was discovered that tho police of out of every dozen. It is known tho reaches Its seventh year it is as two aftorward made an attempt to was shown in tho Lockett case, his Capt. Bennett's district were in country over that today tho children much bound to attend Sunday serv- carry off somo of tho candlesticks to action resulting in tho deaths of In- charge of the circus grounds where rulo their parents. Honor thy son ices as adults are. Somo darlings sell them as junk. Now aro thero nocent white men. This week ho tho easy marks were trimmed for and thy daughter is the command- are- kept from church on Sundays 'other parents and aro thero other refuses to allow a negro to be ex- everything from their ye teeth to ment of today. Oh, easy, soft, and many times from school during children of tho kinds just mentradited to Georgia becauso a ne their bankroll, and there standing mushy parents! Why have you al- tho week becauso tho weather is tioned? Tho numbers run into tho gro lawyer from Louisville tele- by these games of chance were our lowed God's commandment to bo Inclement, and yet theso same dar- thousands, and It grows worse ns graphed him to ignore it. Our Keystono cops', allowing tho circus reversed? Or Jias Godfrocalled his lings aro allowed to attend tho year succeeds year. If nnyono is Governor was instrumental in hav "slickers" to get away with their word? He has recalled-nothinbut movies or somo othor entertainment dubious of this statement lot him or ing tho Republican Fiscal Court al- fako3. Theso Keystone cops were will hold you to give a strict ac- when the weather is extremely dis- her teach school four or five years low Phil Brown, tho negroo poli- tho boys that had been attending count of tho talont9l eommlttett to agreeable. rights are nnd the fact will reveal Itself plainCaesar's tician, to have his negro Jazz ball prayer meetings overy night and your charge. Two 1 things have looked after with care, but Gfod's are ly enough. in tho Armory, and tomorrow Mor singing hallelujahs for tho benefit caused tills reversojprecociousness cast to ono side. There are three sources of evil Lying Is ono of tho most degrad- marching side by side in tho whirl row is tho headllner at a negro cele- of tho reformers around here In tho of children and softness of parents. - wo ing habits and at the same time de- and whiz ot tho flimsy crowd hur(Federation. bration again in the Armory. Men's can torm We would sug- These' two ovlls forOnly a question of time when he gest to Capt. Bennett that when hie them nothing else make tho child testable sins to which boys and rying along fashion's road. Thoy "God hates a" oro tho party, the photoplay and tho will be the honored guest at "chit- - Keystono (boys sing a gospel hymn Independent, and It is In this Inde- girls aro addicted. tlin suppers," and in our Armory, this week that, instead of chanting pendence that we find tho selfish, lying tongue." I must hero make culja board. When children aro fractious a bold statement by saying that taking part In any of theso threo of course, of which he used to bo "Gathering in the Sheaves," they very many boys and girls ihavo this nmusoments tho devil goes to dinso proud. This week in tho Louis mako it "Gathering in tho Dough." child. j rs, I have met and obnoxious vice Instilled into them ner.. This can bo said particularly ville Police Court over 300 negroes, Bad to say, one of tho Keystone many of them gamblers and crooks cops fell for ono of the wicked mothors who said tsm' could not from no other than their parents. of the first two. These two pas And In my career aa teacher I have had times, seomlnclv innocent onouith-ifrom tho negro dives, gathered to games himself and lost two week's control their boys antglrla. Intimidate, the. RcmbllcanPjrilcelwagos txyinsto Joxa.teundcrJ'cKhich theso children, Jbe ifymtvnJiretQ. fathers andjnotliprs to toll mo that I A FOUR f2& Court officials in the trial of a one of them dern shells tho little only six or seven .years old. How it their boy" wasabsetit' on account of themselves, tend very much to keep white man who had (killed a negro. ball was." Thoro was an augment- follows plainly enough it tho par- sickness when I know full well and youthful passions aglow. Thoy aro Attorney Clem Huggins charged ed cast, as they say In a Keystono ents can not control these children In some instances tho lad himself a great incentlvo to many of the aro that the Republican officials were comedy reel Thursday morning. A then tho children control thorn. It acknowledged that ho had played hasty Juvenile marriages whichdoors cowed by the negro mob, tout he burglar alarm was rung at tho Lib- Is ovldent ono or tho other has to truant or was kept homo for somo these days knocking at tho bo Wo find many parents frivolous reason. Yet tho dear par- of heaven for vengeance. Aro all might have asked iwfoat occupa- erty Insurance (Dank, Second and who boss. movies bad? About seven oat of have no old excuse tion this crowd followed that they Market, and near Mayor Smith, rearing childrenmoro knowledge of ents think tho everything. "Ho was overy ton aro of tho sooty sort, just Tho lad than a cat would sick" covors could find time to appear in the Paul Burlingame, of tho Board of have knows why ho was If and ho court room. Tho negroes of Louls- - Safety, and Chief Petty wore sta- tens to she tried to teach her kit- knows, too, tho excuse out. Is given. of such a nature to teach tho child everything but its prayers. Our perform acrobatic feats on that Kentucky have chal- tioned, at the tonak to see how tho trapeze. A hen villo and clucks and her It seems to mo that childron. learn streets aro swarming with young, lenged the assertion that this is a quickly the Keystoners would reTheso habits of ifovil soon enough without bold wlsdomltes of both sexes. white man's town and State: they spond, and then the near Mayor chicks como scampering. s tiny of this "frazzy" wis their expect tho Republican party to take would say: "Now, gentlemen, don't call creatures obey Instantly tho getting examples from your fathers dom Keep are learned from cheap movies of thoir mother. Spoiled chil- and mothers. children potho negroes' side, and the 'Bingham this prove iwo have a splendid dren wilfully disobey and show In school overy day unless thoro is and the vaudeville. press paved tho way for Morrow, lice force? " But alas and alack! stubbornness, becauso As for tho party, a boy or a girl thoy know a vory lawful reason to keep Hert, Searcy & 'Co. with editorials As usual, tho Keystoners got their tho fond parents will glvo In to out. Many children aro kopt them undor seventeen years of age at from in favor of the colored Republicans. wires crossed, and after a noisy their disorders. Senseless parents! echool a whole day to buy a pair of tending ono attends just ono too Poor old near Mayor Smith and tljwh through tho streets, patrol What sort of men and women will shoes or p chop wood, when such- many. I onco overheard a lad ot his little reform iband at tho City machines, motorcycles, etc., they Inhabit our land fifty years hence? like things could bo done aftor ton years tell his mates of a sur Hall are also having their trou- came ten minutes late AND WENT Many children aro made idols of school or on Saturday. It Is vory prlso party ho had attended a day TO bles. The effort to peddle tho sower TO THE WRONG BANK, going to SOMEHTING GIVEN HE encouraging or so boforo. I shall not repeat his when thoy tots, teachers SWITCH' THEUt "UNINSTIUJOT-KD- " bonds is a flat failure and, dcsplto tho Lincoln Bank, Fourth and Mar. they got a are mere olderthen when pupils attend to regularly. when their description for It might mako you thoy will On few years tho votes at the psychological mo- the Herald's valiant efforts, the de kct, or two squares away. How's not take correction or bo rofused in other hand it is discouraging when blush as it did me. But is was ment. mand for the sewer (bonds Is nil. that for Keystone efficiency! anything. If weeds are planted In pupils go to school ono day, then "some party." Nevertheless It goes The majority of Kentucky Demo- Prom $1,000 denominations they this young soil, to bo suro nothing etay home tho two following days. to show what senseless parents crats want Go Cov, and If the sank to $50 and $100, and before LEGION CAMPAIGN WINNERS. and but weeds will bo reaped. Bend tho To bo suro tho easy parents of such term innocent amusement wishes of tho great majority are long wo expect to see tho near twig and train its .tender branches, children expect them to bo pro- "cuteness." I am suro tho devil, then all of tho work of Mayor's sewer bonds given away throttled too, thinks such things aro "cute." Sons of tho American Revolution that you may In lator years admire moted in duo time. tho harmony advisory and other with a .bag of peantus or popcorn. celebrated tho anniversary of the Its graceful form. Bo positive with Now, Just a word about this new Until a few years ago pupils took gone for naught. committees have This is disappointing to the Repub Battle of Lexington at the Seelbach your children if you would have their books home and made some fad tho oulja board. This new A booster for an uninstructcd lican machine, as it had figured on them be tractable, obedient, honest port preparation for the next tool of tho devil is used by both tho Marvin H. and truthful. Never threaten. Tho day's of delegation is a disguised McAdoo bringing in many thousands of ne- Hotel on Tuesday. lessons. At tho present time old and tho young. It comes under bupportcr, and tho propaganda in groes from Tennessee, Indiana and Lewis, President of the Kentucky threatening volco is like tho croak It seems they take them homo the head of splrltualisiu, and Is the press for lininstructed dele- other places to work on the sow Society, in a feeling and (patriotic ing frog or tho chirping cricket by condemned our merely to show tho passorsby that thereforp, gates is furnished by tho McAdoo ers and then vote for tho Repub- address pointed to tho success of wo pay littlo attention to their mu- they have been to school. As for church. During tho past fow months campaign committee. lican ticket as ofton as they wanted, tho Americanization cam- sical notes after wo hear them for preparing lessons they havo no In this country no less than forty An uninstructcd delegation from thanks to Lieut. Gov. Ballard, who paign,recent was followed (by Moulton some time. I repeat, bo posltlvo time, as they must go to tho show six persons have lo3t the'r minds yet kind with your children. I'osl or attend somo other social. The r.nd a score of suicides havo oc hero will vote for McAdoo and may aided this scheme (by abolishing tho Houk, and Ohio, of and Rev. R. L. vote for Grape Julco Bryan, registration certificate. Another McCready. Prizes awarded to win- tlveness and kindness aro tho two uext day most of theso boys and curred from among tho many swimMoral: Turn down tho now eddy ot spiritualming roins with which you can guide girls lessons aro worry of near Mayor Smith is the speech children to good habits. If you say aro as far as as statues. concorned ism. In this "the American people who want to go as unin- lack ot (population, (but for this he ners of the Well Thero oro as obtuse Legion structcd delegates and glvo sup- shouldn't worry. Day by ray an contest of tho AmericanLouisville yes, mean yes. If you say no, mean a great many children who spend must ho humbugged," and hum port to the peoples choice Gov. nrmy of crooks, burglars, holdup campaign, ia which our no. It does tho child a great deal about ten minutes in preparing bugged they arc. In conclusion, I parochial schools wore Jar out in James B. Cox, of Ohio. men, etc., are flitting into Louisville, front, wero announced 'by Harvey S. of harm to change your decision threo or four lessons. Thoy speedily 6ay to all parents, Insist upon obedionco giving it. Lot yes bo yes, learn thorn and Just as speodlly for- ence. Qovern your children, do not The Louisville Herald, ia its Robert Ed- afterno bo no. Williams as follows: got thorn. Theso aro tho ones who lot them govern you anxiety to stir up or discover trou? and ward Bannon, Buechol, Ky., a stuTho rod and the strap have long belong to that class of soap bubble ble in the Democratic ranks, has (primary department of since had their funerals, therefore blowers. dent in the Now they havo it; now failed to tell its readers of all the Km 9vWmK College, received the It is neodloss for mo even to men- It's gone! St. Xavder's See that your children little misgivings and upsets that are (boys' contest, and tion their use. Very,, very few par- spend sufficient time in preparing first prize in the coming to trouble tho minds of tho William Nold, St. Anthony's. Tho ents ot these times will disturb the their lessons at hqmc. This will of machine. Incidentally girls winning prizes wore Misses roposo ot theso instruments of cor- courso heln thorn to progress and be tho chief trouble in tho ranks of Marie App, , Presentation rection in order to repress serious more thorough, which is tho main Anna the G. O. P. is laid at the door of Academy; Mary McDonald, Holy faults or to bond tho stubborn will object in sending them to school. certainly Ches, who Tobe and Rosary Academy; Kathorino Blan-for- of their sous and daughters. Thou In tho good old days of long ago pulled a "boner" in tho State Resame; Mary Frances Walsh, Bhalt honor thy son and thy daugh- If pupils wont homo and told that publican convention, and the little St. John's School, and honorable ter. Never think that your chil- they had been punished, or that fish in the party are beginning to mention was given Miss Lucy dren aro tho best In the land. There such and such a thing had hapgrumble and openly criticise the Koortner, of St. Anthony's school. aro others Just as good, and there pened In school, these tattlers wore two big bosses for the mistake. As ".VkJ ft f , Like success crowned the efforts of aro still many others a great deal told to keep quiet and forget about r pvery oho 'knows, Tobe rand Ches tho parochial school children in tho hotter. Yours may appear to you it. But in theso days of gush and controlled the Stat convntion absoLouisville Times contest, In which to possess all virtues and other ex mush if tho precious ones go homo lutely, and could make all the delethey led and wore awarded many cellent qualities, but should you see and relate something that has begates except the colored brothers and hear them when in company fallen them in the form of correcprizes. say "uncle" or lay down and roll with their companions you might tion they aro listened to with eagor-nes- s comtho over whenover ho tempted to turn your neaa in and tho parents bogln to whet TWO DAYS' INITIATION mand was given. Tho writer never the opposite direction. Thero is a thoir tongues and slash tho conduct bow such a tamo lot of milk and Of courso theso saying that children aro teacher. ':.)' H A. t Tho local council Knights of Co- modern anKels and street devils." of tho "didn't do nothing to merit water delegates ever gathered in all lambs "houso his convention experience, and it lumbus has two classes of candidates Most likoly this (hard saying can be tho nunlshraont: thcroforo the was ipalntul to see how they to initiate today and tomorrow, 144 applied to yours, especially to your teacher punished them for doing d to every and prospective members being in the boys. nothing. Tho cruel teacher! He or little wish of Hert and Searcy. But two classes. Stephen A. Callahan, When the last day of the world she should be put la prison ror me. with all of this power and supreme Deputy of Indiana, will head a will have come numbers ot children Thou shalt nonor thy son and thy State control Tobe and Ches forgot to degree team that will confer the will point to their parents and say: daughter. blml their delegates by tho unit degrees on the new members. A "If you had acted as good parents Hero Is a pen picture which I or in other words bind them banquet will bo held following the and given us proper guidance wo shall place before you to show how rule, vote tliolr wishes at tho Chicago to Initiation tomorrow for both classes. would not be in this awful plight. this modern commandment is kept convention. This "boner" has ctrtaln-l- y You have caused ne to be lost, lost to tho letter. In tho school where I Hre. Hert and thrown the Jat in the CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. forever. The lack of example and was teaching nino years ago a Lowden, but Wood's Searcy are for tightening up of authority will be woman (brought i her two boys. manager and local Manager MarWhile en route home from the tho means ot increasing the popula Their ages were nino and sevon. shall Bullitt have made Inroads on National Fraternal Congress in Chi- tion of hell. For the two reasons Tihs woman gave the teacher who cago the Supreme President of the Just mentioned it is to be feared taught, the elder one strict orders Lowden's strength, rand tho Now national ReCatholic' Knights ot America, Dr. that many fathers ana mouiere wm oot to touch or punish him in any York Tribune, tho Felix Gaudin, of New Orleans, made be the associates with their children 'manner whatsoever, for said she, publican organ, concedes that four-tee- n COSTLY BATHING 'SUIT. y In Ohio what should, prove one of in oot of 4ke twenty-isi- x land ot Are and sulphur. COMMISSIONER WHiLIAMS. A fur beach suit wh4oh may be- his most successful tripi. He 'vis- For that find the children such as wa delegates have flopped over a come popular at the neanby Im thPhoto shows W. M. Williams, Wood. No wonder the a number bt branches located the parents. Look after the spir- hivnine- tn fha flwrt. reelmsat of ited to Gen. ing resirts this summer. The one in, five cities, and. the atteedaaoe itual as well as the tempo! wel that tvne. In fact he should have newly appointed Internal Revenue Keoirtlloana den'tltfelnk so ' ta Cfeea as smart Dime is valued Tat sometiiisg like and benefits" to be derived therefrom fare ot, yeur family, it that been captato.. He, could lie like a .Commissioner, eueeeedmR Daniel S ot Bdhm Tobe aad ?W,O0O. are looked, upon aa most grMlfyNr. your boys and irW say their sight i gypsy, curse aad ewear like a pa xtoper, man reiBfi pollU4aas. lf e, easy-going, whole-hearte- well-wishe- easy-goin- g, solf-wille- d. manyi-fathe- a son-in-la- w Seven-tenth- pussy-footin- pussy-foote- rs four-minut-o Extension of tho educational work being carried on throughout tho country with a balance of tho Knights ot Columbus war fund was discussed at a meeting of tho Supreme Board of Directors ot tho order In session at Washington. Supremo Secretary, William J. Mc- Ginloy, of Now York, reported that o Knights of Columbus (schools aro In operation In tho larger cities of tho United States, providing a uniform curriculum to an avorago enrollment of more than 1,500 students to each school. It was stated tho summer schools will bo increased to 100. Archbishop John Bonzano, Papal Delegate to the United States, received tho members of tho board at his residence. Archbishop Bonzano declared that on tho occasion of his recent visit to Rome ho was told by" Pope Benedict that tho entire world Is looking to America not only for matorlal aid, but also for moral leadership. Tho Papal Delegato praised the Knights for thoir patriotism in raising a fund with which to erect a statue to Lnfayotto In Motz. Supreme Knight, Jamos A. Flaherty, presented to Archbishop Bonzano the first copy of tho official history ot tho Knights of Columbus. Ono of the biggest posslblo contributions to tho nation's future Is being made by tho Knights of Columbus. At the rate of ono a day they are opening free night schools for men, regardless ot color or creed, in tho largo cities of tho United States. Upward ot 100,- -, 000 men aro already enrolled, and by Juno tho organisation estimates' the total-wi- ll reach 250,000. and supplies of all kinds are .furnished .free. Every man who serif e4 with the colors is invited to' attend, nnd expenses aro paid from tho fund which tho Knights of Columbus had on hand for welfare work when the war ended suddenly. Abraham Lincoln studied by tho light of a fireplace; President Johnson was taught to read nnd write by his wlfo; Gov. John A. Johnson, of Minnesota, left school at fifteen to support his mother, but he, like so many others, made good uso ot his evenings aftor his day's work was finished. The Knights of Columbus schools, tho freo night schools operated by many cities, and tho public libraries offer an opportunity for any man determined to forgo ahead. Officers and men of tho headquarters detachment ot'tho Siberian Expeditionary Force, who will embark within a fow days at Vladivostok for the States, havo written to William of tho J. Mulligan, Chairman Knights of Columbus committee on war work, a testimonial lottor In which they glvo unstinted praise to tho efforts of tho Knights. Prac tically since tho occupation of the railway tho K. of C. havo kept secretaries and chaplains along tho bleak stretch of 3,000 miles working under tho most conditions. Tho men and priests who stayed with tho soldiers outposts achieved at bllzzard-swep- t their mission with a spirit not un like that ot rollef parties, battling tho rigors ot a Siberian winter to bring their fow comforts to tho soldiers. Tho lottor of tho men fol, Blxty-fivText-ibooks An-dro- " i ij w i trans-SIborl- an ad-ver- so Hert-Sear- cy d, wH HHB - iifr Hert-Searc- y 'H kow-towe- bow-wowe- d tho headquarters detachment of tho American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia, wish- to express our thanks to tho Knights of Columbus for excellent work among tho A. E. F. In Russia. Through tho untiring efforts ot William F. Fox, Garry and their worthy assistants, wo have known many pleasant evenings which without tho entertainments and other amusements provided by tho K. of C. would ,liavo been both long and lonely. Wo wlBh to assure you that tho K. of C. with McGarry in chargo has been the most popular organization with tho expedition and its work for our welfare has never been excelled by any other welfare organization in Siberia. Whon wo leavo It will bo with heavy hearts that we part with our truest and most worthy friends, Messrs. Garry McGarry and William F. Fox." Tho latter is a native of Indianapolis, a momebr of tho supreme board of directors. He waB the assistant overseas director in Now York City for many months. McGarry Is a native ot Buffalo, N. Y and a musical comedy star. Through his histrionic ability ho was able to orgalnzo many plaeslng and substantial theatrlacl Mc-Gar- ry well-know- lows: "Wo tho undersigned, members of j K n shows. DELIQITTS 0P 1 TB33 SISTERS. Ken-tack- llt-tl- TU.T - rSi. I , 0 Sisters of tho various religious ordors in tho city wore dellgtited with the special performance ot the Rehearsal" by the St. "Dress Club, given Helena'B Sunday for their entertainment afternoon at St. Xavier College Tho work of all tekteg part was highly oommeHded. It la predicted tho club will fee eaMed upon to give a number f''treen-- I tattoos of the "Drees ReiMMigJ.'i ' m. Od Oil 3 U fiCESIOTPTTOBnir XB&XS9XZ J&JSAJ&THUL&ASii.. mmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. :IT'S ALWAYS O. 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INSTRUCT FOlt COX. plo more money than they have ever beforo had at their command; and when, as a coscquence of this very !Y oo An overwhelming majority of NO REPAIRS ARE NEEDED. NO SULPHATION. Democrats throughout the State are NO BUCKLED PLATES. In favor of an Instructed delega tion for Gov. Cox from this State to TWENTY PER CENT. MORE POWER. FOOL-PfcOOthe National Democratic convention, while a few are advocating that the FIRES MORE INTENSIVE SPARK. WILL NOT FREEZE. As real delegates go unln&tructed. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Democracy means control hy the William It. Wirt, who Is Superinmajority, tho majority sentiment tendent of the Gary public schools should rule. A LIMITED AMOUNT OF THE O. K. MAIL THIi INFORMATION COUPON and originator of tho "Gary sys TODAY. torn," and who should know what FEOPLK AWAKENING. GIANT BATTERY CO.'S ho is talking about, lays stress upon A. R. MORRIS & COMPANY, 124 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Prom every part of tho country tho necessity of religious education. 124 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. comes the news that there Is grow- Ho took an awful fall out of those M.un 2355. Louisville, Ky. Dear Sirs Please send me details about ing Indignation against tho reign of who oppose Catholic parochial O. K. Giant Battery Co., without any obligation ARE NOW BEING OFFERED. O K. Giant Battery Co. Underwriters the Prohibition fanatics, and tho schools whon ho said: on my part. Gary, Ind. of Not another battery security for sale, chief protosters aro our soldier "If tho churches would spend as Name boys who realize that they were much money on tho religious educahence they must be profit makers. i Address BRANCH OFFICES: nover given a voice In tho matter. tion of children as thoy do on con And O. K. Batteries are far superior. City Neither were the voters at large, as versions of adults, there wouldn' bo Indianapolis Baltimore Terre Haute politicians bluffed so many old sinners to convert tho Prohibition our legislators at Washington into What tho churches spend to convert supporting tholr fanatical measure. a sixty year old sinner would tako care of the religious training of 100 YOUR TAX HILL. children." A A A A A A A A A A : A A A A. Catholic education saves for tho We hope that every taxpayer in Church, the State and tho child, and j1 tho city and county will look at his makes men and women upright and WITH tax- receipt .before he votes this fall. truly American citizens. Thereforo xAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA This will give him tho very best tho parochial schools are doing tho idea of the "economy" which tho better work and deserve support. Vincent Burke, of Clifton, arrived MoTrow and Smith administrations Witness the results In the publlo homo last week from Washington. EJk Morrow are practicing. and the educational contests held hero and Mrs. Henry Esterle, of tho HighHhis Pbtai City 8472 . Kepubllran tliket were elected announced this week. lands, visited friends in Clifton last Res. Hows Shawnee 2000-b. W. Cor. 3d & Main tho people took thorn at week. MXBsflHHHHsHsliH Employers' Liability. Boiler, Tornado, Burglary, Automobile. their word that expenditures would CAUSES OP UNREST. Miss Adeline Daly returned home be cut and useless offices abolished. Workmen's Compensation Law a Specialty. week from Now Or Tho President of Dartmouth Uni- tho first of the raised Insted taxes have been leans. enormously, and the pledge to versity, describing tho present ecoSEE US IN OUR NSW LOCATION Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph J. Meehan, abolish useless offices either evad- nomic situation, declares that it is on a visit ed or deliberately violated. We do one in which tho individual has of Frankfort, were hero Sunday. GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY not believe that our 'citizens will be linnn lnnrin minnlamanlnrv in tlm Capt. Flynn and Mrs. Flynn and very anxious to continue voting the machine. He adds that tho aver-- ) 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Republican ticket when they see age woiker has no Interest In his children havo returned homo from job beyond tho hours that ho must Indiana. Phone City 0574 tholr tax receipts In ho face of a solemn promise of strict economy. wor anu mo wages mat no win, M1 Anna niian wa9 a reCent Both assessments and tax rates receive. Because he has no inter- - guest of Mrs. S. D. Thompson at is constantly, Prestonin. boen increased havo and ex- est in his dally toll-hCome To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE . rilf(n . , travagance has prevailed In Louis- domanding shorter hours that ho v may havo moro time for seeking ville for which the people must mmed trom a pleasant visit Eyes always tired, headaches-- , whole systom affected, comfort some means or we IQ Chicago. Buffer. sacrificed? Have your eyes examined, see me at once, don't delay. imaglno that the average organized I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. . ti ... t.i Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coylo aro tho it My prices are reasonably, give mo a trial and I will convince you. " ARSU1U) DEMAND. and Mrs. KU03t3 """"'"": reauny '" luu:u Q nt ofMtMr.Washington. W. L. Mc- o woum conceao orus. Tho Tennessee Annual Conference that at tho bottom of most of tho. Maplo Mrs. ICato Cisco, "Hooso of Optical Service" Joweler anil Optician of tho Methodist Ministers and industrial unrest is the want of In- "treet. JetteironvUle. toWest vtoltlnB her torest on tho part of the working- Laymen (wants legislation through 228 WEST JEFFERSON STEEET son. John Cisco, In Cincinnati. J Congress that would make the Gov- man In his particular Job. Ho has KING OF SPAIN AND CIHLDKEBN AT FRENCH RESORT. no reason to tako prldo In his Mrs. L. D. Hammond, of Indianernment and peoplo of tho country King Alfonso, of Spain, In democratic attire, takes a. stroll at visiting her daughter, Mrs. Saturday until work. He knows nothing of tho in- apolis, is stand still from Infantas Jaime and jUAAAAAAAAAAAAAA)UA,AH,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfr on Edensido ave- - Biarritz, France, with his two children, the TTo in li n labor. 'am iBrawssc Beatriz. Monday. They have prepared and tlmatrt result of cog in a vast machine that nue. llko a asked Sentaor McKellar to Intro- moves only in its own little spaco1 Mitchell Fitzgerald, of Mammoth RECENT DEATHS. duce a bill that would prohibit and never knows what the rest of Cave, has been visiting his eister, Father Kearns at Holy Trinity Oefflngor church, New Albany, every form of amusement or Staples, at nigmanu and bride, who was Chris Mathilda ..- - Mrs. Clifford i i.i w.i,i Sunday aiftornoon the Angel of t. Miss recreation, to stop all interstate reasonable to expect that a human , ar c' Byrne, left to spend several days In Death called Mrs. Mary J. Boyer, ! trains, Interstate traffic, interstate being will bo satisfied, in playing Cincinnati and then go to Chicago, 3321 Rudd avenue, widow of Louis Mrs. Joseph Price had as guests freight, interstate news, interstate tho part of a cog. Tho laborer has tho past week her sisters. Misses whore they will make their homo at Boyer and one of tho oldest menv bers of the Church of Our Lady, avenue. mail, Interstate telephonic com- a soul and he will never find con- - Agnes and Joslo Bone, of Now 3033 Colorado SECOND AND CHESTNUT o having passed the imark. munication, interstate telegraphic tontmont In work In which ho Is Havoa. GRANARD FOR VICEHOV. Her funeral took placo Wednesday morning, Rov. Martin O'Connor conconrrauncatons and Sunday newspa- not Interested. Capital may find Frank Blunk, well known local It is belioved that tho Earl of ducting the funeral services. pers, which the Senator declines to In President Hopkins' suggestion a newspaper man, left this week for do, for tho reason that he belioves remedy for the presont industrial New York City to accept a position Granard will be tho most favored Many friends and relatives mourn person for tho difficult post of Vice-da- y Home City 385387 Climb. 0102 with tho United Press Service. "that to undertake to restore an unrest. the Mrs. of Ireland, nnd in the lobbies of 1028death of street, Helen M. Herblg, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! Mary observance of tho Sabbath Federal whose funeral visCharles Moran, who has been Parliament in London and In all cirCatholics havo good reason to iting his parents, air. and Mrs.M.T. cles In Dublin his name is much to took placo Monday morning from St. law; without inculcating tho wisVincent do Paul's church. Mrs. Herdom and duty of Sabbath ob- feel proud of our parochial and Moran, loft Sunday to resumo his tho front. years old and is It tho Earl of Granard Is blg was forty-tw- o Btudies at Notre Dame University. servance In tho peoplo at home, other schools. appointed a special act of Parlia- survived by her husband, John JIor seems cortalnly to bo tho "wrong Misses Catherine O'Brien, Mary ment would bo necessary to enable big; three daughters, Misses Josie INCORPORATED Prepare Ifor May devotions during Helen and Rosella and While tho method of approach." Catherlno Ross nnd Margaret Sheely him to act as Viceroy because ho Is Mae, son, John Horbig. Hoiiblg, also She Congress will not have an oppor- Mary's month. "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," were guests of Miss Sallle Roberta a Catholic, and under the laws of one Thompson at Prestonla tho post England neither tho King, nor the loaves two sisters and ono brother. tunity to pass upon tho drastic bill SACRED HEART "RETREAT. week. "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." e suggested by Senator McKollar's Prime Minister1 or the Vlcoroy of Stephen J, Schoodler, This Is years old and a former Main street The Passlonlst (fathers will cele constituents', it Is regarded as morMrs. John Goranan entertained Ireland can bo a Catholic. 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. merchant, feast ally certain that tho spirit which brate, tho April of their founder as with a most enjoyable euchro at u vestige of tho Iniquitous old penal coffee Magdalene was held from St. church, attended T. ' 28. There will bo her home oh Southern Parkway, laws which were not repealed until Mary usual on MORROW, Manager. ' J. MoTIGHE, Asst. Mgr. Insisted upon bono dry prohibition, a solemn high mass at 9 o'clock at Beechmont, for tho benefit of Holy by a large number of mourning 1830, under which Catholics were friends. Ho was a member of tho sooner or later, will demand other which Rev. George Schuhmann, D. Name church. posts of honor. Kntghts of Columbus, St. Vlncont de Spring Is debarred from all legislation of like character further D will preach. At 3 o'clock there Here and 'Tis Time to Get Out Your Car will be devotions and benediction Messrs. Edward Pfolffer and Cor- Influence and' emolument in tho pub- Paul and Charles tho Groat Beinterfering with personal llborty. Be Sure Your Battery Is In Good Condition. Tho nevolent Societies. Surviving htm who woro homo for lic eorvico of Great Britain. Blessed with tho A nelius Pfelffer, Sacrament. plenary indulgence, llko unto the a visit to their parents, havo re- Earl of Granard has been head of are Oils widww, Mrs. Anna M. IiYON-NEVITTIME TO SAVE. T Portluncula indulgence, may bo turned to Notre Dame University to tho food control In Ireland since Schaedlcr; two sons, Josejh and GO. 1918 and has also eorved as Lord William Schaedler, and flvt daugh gained for each visit to the chapel. resumo their studies. INOORPOIU.THD Lieutenant of tho County Longford. ters, Mrs, Fred Rudio and Mrs. Vic- Recharging peoplo of tho United States Tho On May 13, tho Feast of the 527 South Third Street. RenalrlnePaddock He is woll known in America tor Brezendlno, of Owensboro; Mrs. Dr. John T. Chawk, deservo credit for their patriotism Ascension of our Lord, the canonito a. Six Volts $28 and $36, Eighteen Months' Guarantee. Twelve Volts, zation of Blessed Gabriel, a Pas Judge of tho Kentucky Racing night through hl3 marriage- nlecp daughter Fred Kuhlman, of Carrollton, and during tho trying years of tho war. of Mrs. Misses Gertrude end Emma of Ogden Mills and wnnf to Lexington last student, will tako place in mamea The folks at home did tholr duty as slonlst tho Basilica of St PAfpr n nomn nmi will officiate at the opening of Whltelaw Reid. Thoy wore he comin 1908. During the war well as the brave boys who went by our Sovereign Pontiff, Benedict tho spring races today. manded a regiment of Irish Volun : sorrow pervaded Sincere At the same time Blessed Into iha army nnd navy. Especially XV. St Mr. and Mrs. Ttufus Underwood teers, winning tne oistinguisnea Michael's parish last Saturday when Margaret Mary Alacoque. known so gr? coaameada&le was the earnestness being mentioned the death of Miss Julia McEllIott, announce the engagement of tneir service order and dispatches. w iHwag in PS devotion to for His ihirty-flvwith which tho peoplo generally an- widely Hearther our Lord, will tho daughter, Miss Oma Esther Uruier- - Beveral times, In become known. Miss Mcbo of Sacred ,j m Archie Fitzgerald. 01 ox. father was a convert to the Catholic EllIott passed away at her home, i .vvnri swered tho appeal of tho Governir... ie and received from rJealers wanted. Agency open. Phone City 2064. 'in ment to practice tho virtue of thrift, chanter will be .held In Rome for Louis. The wedding Will tako placo churchPius 1869 the grand cross of 1135, South Brook street, fortified Pope IX. the last sacraments and prepared is no exaggeration to say that the election of the General Superior in Juno. it St. Gregory in recognltlpn for his fy meet her Maker. 8he is survived "As Near to You u fbe Neareat Phia" "SAY IT WITH FLOWBRS" present Earl thousands of persons, who had nev- of the order. Louisville people noted In tho zeal in religion. The to the grand by two sisters, Misses, Mary and 6f Granard is entitled a, dollar, laid aside business and theater d Nnw er 'before saved Nannie McEllIott, and three brothJEFFERSONVniLE. ... ?. vf.Trr. ":. uonroy was '.i4o York Pi. weak included 'Mre. erdes of the Order of Isabella la ers, Jeremiah. Thomas ,and James FUNERAL FLOWERS ii.. something substantial to tako from wise Mary JCiuzaoein .hemiat, J. r. Cfttollca, and te a commando;1a of the McEllIott. Funeral services were married to James Fogarty O'Neil on Mary Majlon, F. he inevitable rainy day some of Its Order of the Redeemer and mem- held W, A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.0 Monday last week at Moody, ber of the Cempanlons of St. Pat- Michael's churdh, mornimr at St. A SPECIAL WKKATH $8.00 Sounding a Thursday morning of Jeneronviue,,.uuyu uu .. f proverbial terrors. of which the St. Augustine cnurcii, rick. In many quarters the rumor ceased had been an. active and dortimely 'warning', the Catholic Tele- the Rev. Michael Halpta. celebrating deis appointment is uis ' Mr. and Mrs. John Higglns, Park- of Granard negligible, rnamner since ner ginnooa. graph points out that thrift, how-m- nuptial high mase and 'performing it being a family re- missed as entertained with Monday niornlns the funeral of the is net a virtue for warHhne Mlew ceremony. The attendantsofwere view, tor Mr. and Mrs. Buford tended that it is only an attempt the union Nora O'Neail, a ateter important in bridegroom, and Mies Leola Martin Borders, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bo- on the part of the British Uffern-meas ,. ?; it i polGBN. GRANT'S BIRTHDAY. KA0ONIO TEMPLE win favor Borders, Miss the toys eC of Rumellvllle, a it waa aevsr o bride. A. weddta? relative of fol rder, Louis LuoUle James andMr. and icy iatoAmerlea by for Its Irish apseeking the FOURTH AND tHIBgTNUX Geerge Baeh, Mrs. breakfast ijfjiiiBry'Aa tt. fe at the rMftt Next .Tuesday will be the birthpearance of coaclliatioa while at the , O'Neil 4s- Both Pfaees safes time withholding substantial day of Gen. U. 3. Grant, hero of the ulty4 vm lrl asrt his - lowed Md Mr. and .Mr.e. dmw Senior. xotk Mirtsa tot , LOmSVILLK, KY. riswars MTsrrws.tr civil war. W marriage by JjwUee td Ireland. ' feaads of tBS M- trie.. Following, ,j ilisir ! F. fact, It requires more than ordinary determination to refrain f roan Incon- Blderate expenditure or downright extravagance. Every thinking person knows that present conditions can not continue very long. A break Is bound to come, and those best qualified to judge predict that when it rloos come this country will have to pass through a period of hard times. Therefore It is tho part of wisdom opportunity , to save now when the Is at hand. In the parlance of the day: "Save while the saving Is good!" THE REASONS WHY BATTERY EXPENSE AND TROUBLES ARE ENDED NO ATTENTION MORE MILEAGE PER GALLON OF GASOLINE. REQUIRED. Ut fLt NO CORROSION. A. R. MORRIS & CO. SECURITIES I SOCIETY, THOS. J. DOLAN Carpenter & Dudley Fire insurance ... J - - JsH bo-cau- se . ataaataaff I ffjffffY n. it..... i I ""." L. N. PEARLMAN'S 4$taeaMjy GET IT A.T .,. ,io. McQEARY DRUG STORE I Cour-scor- DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE! Byrne Speed Coal Corporation fifty-nin- J. J. STORAGE. BATTERY - Asso-jnii- nn - 40-4- &IM3 4? alWS -a- phs e, .- -. 5TORAOE BATTERy AUGUST n& J kvy sis , n" ", Jr. , w. ."' I - eon-.vo- ut is. . tt nt iw r . 0 n I mt sJra BAUMER FLORIST (lU 00 t- HaH8rTXJOKT5? XTtxmTK ,,',, - AJS&E3.AZ, "Si"' Democrats Administrative Committee Proceedings State at Large Members1 Meeting, Saturday, off minuMmiiMuiiiiiiiMiiuiiliniMl.i l II, ,!"Hj ,W ; J) f'f T,"", '""" i'''-u"--i-- i' "'J"-- ? m, ,ftf ' SHk the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1 I ! ' ..sw "juita") , y& 'ui& j !kjal , : ' 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. April 10th, 1920 Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap parel. AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, i AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE OPENING ADDRE88 BY COL. MARION E. TAYLOR, Joint Chairman of the Committee. SOUTH sBBBBBkB aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm Sto. tkmA 236 2. OR CITY I am yrlth and for this great movement Instituted by my colleague, Col. Callahan, and his associates, to harmonize and unite the democracy of Kentucky. For years I have not taken an active part In politics. Democratic administrations, State and nations, have enacted much legislation of which I did not approve and from which I have suffered severe financial loss; and finally the destruction of the business to which I had devoted the care and Industry of a lifetime. Be that as It may, I never was a Democrat for place or profit, and I am still a Democrat a Jeffersonlan Democrat, and I submit without cavil or complaint o the will of the majority. Let the dead past bury Its dead. Those questions which have divided and torn the Democracy of Kentucky are settled. They are behind us, men who believe In the principles of It Is time for all liberty-lovin- g Jefferson and would apply them to the momentous Issues of the hour to turn their faces to the future and to unite In one strong and determined effort to redeem Old Kentucky to bring her back to the faith of the fathers. In that effort I am with you with all my heart. The great question before us now Is not whether this country shall be wet or dry, but whether It shall be Democratic of Bepub-I- I can; whether the principles of Jefferson shall be maintained or the heresies of Republicanism shall dominate the counsels of tha State and nation. Above all, tha South never can and never will submit to the domination of a corrupt and shameless black and tan political oligarchy. This committee was not organised at the behest of any clan or faction, and It will serve none. Indifferent to the personal ambition of individuals we are the sponsors of great and principles. With singleness of purpose we will strive for the success of the party and of all Its standard bearers. We Invite every man who ever was a Democrat to Join us In this great crusade to redeem Old Kentucky, to elect a Democratic President of the United States, and to' make the world safe for democracy, ,i time-honor- BKBm ilBVJBBBBBBBBs BaT BBssuEflMBuBHBB laafBHVraBBBzLFvBBBBBa PJBBBBBBBBjr 'BBBBBBBaBrVV- KUFSmWT BBstTtL l!?!at -' iySTl!znl, 2m 'jm-pll iS'3iHBBE3pavr2Iac .fMHtut 1 VfijfeMJIK''' . v1 t i ii",'' rt . --- , ' ijfpf-.x i i & vtFt " f sy v St ZL ,Tk, it, ;?i??CE5ftS ' j. J . -- ; "'..-- a . OHHHHHH4WWW4WHi Satisfaction In Eyeglasses Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the wearer that he recomonds our service to his friends. We guarantee complete satisfaction. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete $4. CO 7Cc Extra Small Shelltex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. WILD SUBJECTS OF KINO ENVEIt PASHA. Group of mounted Kurds, typical of the two million who have placed themsolves under the of Enver Pasha and crowned him King. The Kurds .are a nomadic, wild anduntractablo race hither and thither and setting up their tents wherever there happens to bo good grazing ground. CATHOLIC INCREASE. COMING EVENTS. THREE LIVE WIRES. Lyon-Nevi- The increase in membership of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States during the past year was 18G.229, according to the Official Catholic Directory for 1920 by P. J. Kennedy & Sons, New York, Just released. The book shows that under the American flag are persons who profess the Catholic faith. The increase in the number of parishes Is listed at 148, making the total 10,608, in addition to the 5,573 missions. There are 5,852 parochial schools, with a pudally attendance of pils. The excellent appearance of the hook In its new form is most attractive, as the typo page Is larger Copies of and more serviceable. the Directory may now be had at the Rogers church goods store. 04 'lOllS 3IEETS PUBLIC PAVOK. j Th followingproclamation, which was presentad by Col. P. H. Callahan, Joint Chalrm-iof the Committee, was .adopted unanimously: To the Democratsfof Kentucky: The State Central and Executhe Committees, with the approval of tin recent Democratic conference of men and women from each county In the State, have 'equested this committee, until the State convention called for May 4 shall Itself take action, to proceed to all the .elements of strength In the Democratic party of Kentucky. We seek nothing from the party for ourselves and represent no faction, group or'perso.i In the State or In the nation, but speak In the name of Democracy and for the best Interests of tha country as our united Judgment gives us to see them. In virtue of these titles', we address our fellow. Democrats of Kentucky and urge them with earnestness to attend the local party councils, take part in the county conventions and to see to It that the State convention In May Is made up of representative Democrats who know the wishes of the people and will carry out those wishes with uncnUngled liberty of action a to both the future and the past. We address In particular those Democrats who have not always actively participated In party affairs. You should now make a sacrifice, if need be, to send on a delegation of high-typ- e men and women whom no person or persons without patriotic rtaaon can control. This is no time to leave matters of party organization to persons politically Interested; no time for aloofness on the part of substantial men and women who have the welfare of their community and their country at heart; no time for factions or selfish Interests to hold sway. Our country Is weighed In the balance, and If men of affairs, men and women of solid thought and disinterested purpose do not throw their strength and Influence Into the scale, our country may be found wanting before the world. The National Convention at San Francisco In June will be a test of American statecraft. Kentucky's delegation should play Its part with, an eye single toward, and a heart went upon, aavlng the soul of the nation that has g.ven to the world Its greatest opportunity to be free. "This Is the kind of a delegation, the kind of a Democracy that your committee with one united purpose stands for, and we ask you to hold up our hands. Under the new management the opposite tho Willard Cafeteria, Court House, is 'meeting with popular favor and Is headquarters for delicious meals at moderate prices. The new manager, R. C. Stlllwell, formerly served his country and is now satisfied to serve the public In the same efficient manner. Everything at the Willard Cafeteria is the freshest and best, delightfully cooked and served by experienced and courteous waiters, and all who are fastidious as regards their food really apand require Something petizing and satisfactory should patronize this popular place of IIEALTIIPUIj. Leaf vegetables, lettuce,, spinach and cabbage that are largely water are splendid food, for they furnish valuable minerals which your body g needs as well as substances that help make children grow and keep adults healthy. Minerals in vegetables keep your blood as it ought to bo and your whole body in good condition. growth-promotin- ARE PRACTICAL MEN. A practical buslnes3i which requires practical men is that of vault cleaning, and the leading Louisville firm in this line of work Is that of Zerr & Hoffman. This firm is absolutely dependable, Its employes are experienced and thorough, and their prices for work most reasonable. COULD LAUGH. A witty Irishman was once invited to a large dinner party in Dublin in the hope that he would amuse and divert his host's guests. But from the beginning to the end of the dinner he preserved a solemn and serious face. The host thought this DRIED FRUIT. very strange. "Why, old fellow," he remarked, Cooked dried fruit will bo moro "I don't bellevo the biggest fool In Ireland could make you laugh to- tender If the sugar is not added until tho fruit is almost ready to renight." move from tho fire. "Try," was the wit's rejoinder. WILL ABSORB SALT. THIS IS EASY. Mayq 13 Moonlight exvurslon on Messrs. Lyons, Henry and Novltt tt Island Queen by Columbia Athletic are three live wires in the .l WaffcS. Storage Battery Company, loClub. May 18 Mackin Council moon- cated at 327 South Third street. is the master storage batlight excursion on steamer East St. tery r whose superiority Is familiar to Louis. all motorists and is noted for exJune 1 and 2 Church of Our cellent service. The firm also reLady lawn feto on church grounds, pairs and gives service on all Thirty-fift- h and Rudd. makes of storage batteries, attends promptly to all calls and is reasonSTUCK TO TRUNK. able in price. No three men in the LouisrtUa.fy U Hmrtft Am motoring business have greater exSomehow or other It Is human, as perience or alblllty than these well as divine, to prefer "the real and their establishment has thing" to what Is only a semblanco become a popular place with all &$&$&$&&W$&$&& or shadow of the reality. You would motorists in Louisville. rather be, for example, a real AmerRUSH MATERIAL HELP. e citiican rather than a zen of your country. When you are Tho American Red Cross Chapentirely sane, you prefer to be a In Ohio and Indiana ware genuine Christian instead of a per- ters through AT LOWEST PRICES. their emergency reson who is not a genuine Christian. able, rush miaterlal If not, you belong in the classified lief committees, to list of frauds. Suppose somebody aid to hundreds of sufferers left offered you a choice between a homeless In tho wake of the torfruitful applo tree and one of its nado which swept that district branches. You would not hesitate March 28. Red Cross nurses and long in choosing. And it your friend homo service workers took care of tho injured and provided shelter said you might havo a lopped-of- f branch instead of the remainder of and food for the stricken families. the living tree, with its roots in the Distaster relief Is an important part ground, what would you say or do? of the Red Cross work today. 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. Tho separted branch and Its apples &$&$$&&$&$&$m$&$ would not last long In comparison TAICES THIRD PLANT. with the rest of tho tree, which would contlnuo to bear apples. John G. Epplng has taken over A Catholic woman had an Episco- tho Springer bottling works, this bepalian minister for an acquaintance, ing the third plant added to the Epor friend. His church was near her plng bottling works within tho past homo and her own church was at two years. The Epplng plant, esn quite a distance. So he asked her tablished years ago and to attend his church In preference. then occupying the present location, y Catholic Lady But? I am a Cath- has just added a new olic; I; could no tailing of going to building with the latest improved your church. machinery, which makes It tho foreMinister We are nil Catholics, most of tho kind In this part of the you know. Our church Is a branch country. of the Catholic church. Catholic Lady If you don't mind, HOW JOHNNY EARNED FIVE. I think I'll stick to tho trunk. iNCOnroxAvao, It is our private opinion that this Johnny's father offered him a zealous ministerial chap did not ex- nice present if he would dispose Of tend any moro Invitations to that his dog that tracked up the clean woman to attend his "branch." porches. The next evening Johnny Moreover, it seems to us that by said, "I got rid of the dog." ii sticking to the trunk we are In tho ii "That's good," replied his father, way of not only adhering to tho and handed him five dollars. "How "Whole Truth" of our Christian re- did you do it?" ligion, but we are very likely to have With tho money in his hand, VtVVVyVYVVyyyVyyYyyVYyAP our stupidity lessened and our men- Johnny answered: "I traded him for 1 Intensified, in proportion to two pups." tality CONFIRMATION CHILDREN tho fidelity wo show In the practlco $ SPECIAL OPPEB OUT THIS OUT amount of of our religion and the HEROIC WOMAN. Brinff thla conpon to onr Btnaio and we will make yon alz photoa ln study we give to the spirituality one large photo in 11x20 folder In sepia for $3.00. Reffu- -' 7zii folder and which it is the mission of Christ's Jar price $8.00 without conpon. women in the "The most one true church to cultivate. When life of today," heroic A. J. BEULINa, Photographer declared Cardinal a branch of a tree Is cut off, It Is Gibbons In a recent sermon, "are LOUISVILLE, KY. 428 IV. MARKET ST. disconnected from the source from wives and 'mothers .who concentrate which tho tree derives its life; such their time and thought on their branches have no roots, but the standing "trunk" remains rooted In husbands andofchildren. Their spirit Is the spirit Christ." the soil, continuing to afford shade and to bear fruit, under the watchjWwtk Bf ARE TO YOU. ful care of tho Owner. Mac-Lasen-tlome- n, mm J-. make-believ- High Class Furniture Carpels, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE DON'T FORGET THAT fifty-sove- two-stor- 0RAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME OF IS THE PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS. : yjxjfAi I Do, not excuse the house, furniture, or table you set before your guests. It ds fair to aupposo that their visits are to you, not to your surroundings. SURE FIVE. 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No person or persons have any authority to represent this Committee or any of Its members toward selecting or directing any ejy4l(Jcy for delegates to the convention or the election of any Committeemen, far the Committee Itself will not have any wishes on this matter and are only desirous of bringing about a procedure that will result, ina full and uncontrolled eleoijem fcr the County District ana State Coayaag m.i... A1KUL .... . countries .i..tonto a AraatiaA in the, national cootumea- of various European anu ner to ...rw ... - , Ul tilW BtMflUB mjomavw Photo shows Airs. Vincent Asior work of th League of - Foreign ..Born Cltlaeaa. the to right: Mteee Barbara Kiaeel as a Spanish girl, Seated: Mk. M tor. Sasdl-lef- t aarifttante -- PRETTY DEBS pEPICT ALIEN NATURALIZATION WORK. ubo-uin- te ; Wall CeplBrf, Drals Tile, VltrltUi irlcX, LIbIb, Fire Bricb Grate aad Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tepi. II OJO bUUin iniKI KtilNin tlKUKI. 573-178- ' r PHONES CITY WORKS-Tfeirtea- atk JCUMB. MAIN SQ7. lCAthpirPotgirt , Bully Jfefiunead m Liberty, Kath wise Biles m a SMttieh maiden, Adelaide Rhlnetender an Italian girl, 9 ot Ieelwrd; MuaV ertae SMrp girt of BftWum, Mleew O. V.'A. Gtorya gypy, and Mm. ad BreekUrUB aa Niik l awl MaaMUa.'' O a,lrl ot OWiw, Q x 4 r, ri ii r KEJTUOKY IRISH jXJMJES'StZOAJS. NO-SKID STOP SLIPPING--WEA3111. R SQUEEGEE H. HEELS Home Phone City G. JOHNSON, DISTRIBUTOR. 312 Realty BIdg., Louisville, Ky, RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect'our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. SWISS CLEANING MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. . OF Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' Wo Male a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of l'uln. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. A. I lt PENDBNNI8'Inc. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. VVVVVVWvyitiVYYYYYYYYYYYYYVyV HOME TELEPHONE INCORPORATED Phono City 4503 Phone City 4503 Works 218 E. Market St Home Phono City 305. Special Kates on Largo Orders. For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets CAIL KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS PLBJASING INDIVrDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WAR- D COMPANY 1NCORPOJU.TKD SWISS , CLEANERS INCORPORATED AND , DYERS LOUISVILLE COMPANY OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. 'S a.l...., jiuncin. 4201 SOUTHERN l nKxxKxxxKKAXAXKAAAAAAAAAAkAAkkAkAAAAA1( IONGrONNRPl'iriN.Q DISTANCE r.T '.vr.r'r.w. DYEING xl sunvu jviiuii.iij.iiia Wo Call CLEANING SOUTHERN Park We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or Sttirt 603 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUB. Phones 3245, Main DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT PRESSING MA- - For And Deliver Your Suit CG1-- MEN AND MODERN XHU MUST PARTICULAR DRY CLEANERS CLAUDE MILLER, J PARKWAY 124; South Manager 651-- 3 Park 124; South Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty or City. . IVSvElKwlllfpfejM Kr-rSss- T. E. Yann Dairy Co.1. Incorporated l B08-51- J. M. BUCKNER WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET -& KENTUCKY Both Thoncs 4202 JOHN B. O'LEARY & 00. Headquarters for 607 WEST WALNUT ST. PROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatre CITY AND FARM S3 ub about anything In real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINGS, state. We sell, buy and rent. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. TRUNKE, ETC. Borne Phone City 4464. SEE POOLED FOR MONEY. to those having: regular In comes or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Building, Bsom 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fonrth Street. al Nat. Jewelry Leather Shop 315 Starka BaiMing, Thirk Floor Fourth and Walnnt Phoae City 1180 $5.75 $5.75 Jellico Lump $7.00 SEASONABLE BHKKM9M2wyE9 PBICES West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 DR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton ot 2,000 Pounds Delivered Anywhere. Trading OPTROMETRIST, Stamps Free. B MilZMPIial W&SftWm HK7BHDHiSP TESTED OLASSES 7ZTTED best service Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut FRANKEL COAL CO. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'nd 7413 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. PRICES THE Twelfth and Wilson LOWEST City 2010 South 273 THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phono, Shawnee 802 SOUTHERN STAB" SLIOBD BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle la the ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Morning" HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. InoorporaUfl DEAD ANIMALS HIOHEST CASH HENRY GOSS ADMIRAL PEARY IS BURIED WITH FULL HONORS. Admiral Peary, discoverer of the North Pole, who died recently after a serious Illness, was burled on burled at the Arlington comotery Washington's birthday frlm his homo in Washington, D. C. Ho was in Arlington cemotery and latest near Washington. Photo shows funeral cortogo arriving at the grave photo taken of the lato dlscovoror. SLANDER. home tho success of this wonderful Tl IMin PivvdHnnt la W Inliiefrir In his letter to Senator Hitchcock, Jenkins; Vice President, George D. . Citizenship Is the relationship of ho declined to accept Robertson; Treasurer, John P. Da an individual to his government; In which .religion is tno relation of an indlreservations to tho poaco treaty, vis vidual to his God. So lone as no President Wilson declared that "milchurch undertakes to enter polf- ENTITLED TO BENEFITS. itaristic ambitions and imperialistic tics, our politics should nover un- policies are by no means dead, even In tho counsels of tho nations whom Army nurses are entitled to the dortako to enter into tho affairs of The history of tho we most trust and with whom wo same Government benefits as the tno church. most desire to be associated in the men who served in the world war. ih wi" lUSually has attended tho invader, tasks of peace." He mentioned como but like many of the soldiers have Thepe lg les3 ohanco. now th.n nvnr France as a nation that has advantage of tlhe that any church will undertake to f ailed to take under the domination of tho militarists. It Is reported that his let-t- Government benefits due them for extend its power Into American has given great offense in injuries sustained iwhilo on duty politics. Therefore foolish. Indeed. Franco and that French papers are for their country. Last nionth the are such petty onslaughts as that eeethlng with Indignation over it. Government notified tho Red Cross mado In Now York State by somo The Indignation In France over the Homo Service that a nurse who unheard-o- f soolety which has misPresident's statement wo can over- served in France was in destitute appropriated tho namo of Washinglook. It is not so important for us circumstances and known to ho ton and ihas attacked tho Catholics as Is tho fact which President Wil- suffering from tuberculosis, the Ill- and tho Knights of Columbus. The son makes known for tho first time. ness resulting' from oxposuro while folly Is seen to loom oven larger A woTker when sensible Americans realize Has he just discovered those mill- - nursing our soldiers. lmnntn1lntlM Iftnilannlfla from the Red Cross Home Service !... that tho Catholic Church Is a good on tho part of our lato associates in section, 215 East Walnut street, deal of a bulwark of good citizenOr If he Know ot mem investigated and found tho nurse ship at a time when we want men tho war? long ago, why did he insist that wo ill in bed, after having made a and women with a high sense of should bo yoked up with them in struggle of many months at her their obligations. Wo do not know the. League of Nations? And why profession. The nurse knew that how to namo another organization dees he still Insist upon it? Does the Government offered financial re which has stood so long in firm League of Na- imbursement but did not know how defense against flabby he boliovo that'tho and tions will counteract the poison of to get this disability compensa doctrines of social fad morals folly. and militarism and imperialism In the tion. She was ready to file a The tasks of the agitator of men's Will the claim for tills henefit and is now rights veins ot these nations? tho task of a league not rathor bo used by them under treatment, at Government teacher isot easy; restraint and sorvice is as an Instrument ot their imperial- expense, for a malady which may more difficult. Tho Catholic Church istic designs; and if wo enter it be arrested and will be cared for undertakes tho more difficult without securo reservations will wo until able to take up her work with n groat organization and task vet not become partners in their mili- again. eran skill. Its Knights of Colum taristic plans? If tho President bus did an efficient and generous knows that these nations are so evil war work. While any church, CILVIltMAN A CATHOLIC. minded wo should keep from becomwhatever Its beliefs, holds such a ing involved in their imperialistic Congratulations are being extend record, and while it Terrains from a plans. Tho League of Nations Is already ed to Aldorman J. S. Gilbert, who policy of interference In our po In being. It began when Great has been appointed Chairman of tho litical life, those who attack lt Britain, France and Italy ratified Loudon County Council, an Im- openly or covertly with whispered tho peace treaty with tho covenant portant post in the municipal gov slander of tho kind we all know us, and attack of the league In it. What has it ernment of London. Alderman Gil attack America availed to check imperialism in bert, who Is a nephow of the late whether wo be agnostic, Jew, CathEurope? Great Britain proposes to Msgr. Gilbert and a Catholic lay- olic or Protestant. It Is peculiarly man of the greatest devotion to tho the duty and the privlloge ot those spend for military purposes this year. Yet she can not cause, has been for somo time who are not Catholics to undertake pay tho Interest on tho war loans Chairman of the Education Com- the suppression ot those woh would obtained from the United States. Is mittee of the council," where he has launch reckless attacks against our entrance into the leaguo going rendered yeoman service to tho those Who are. Colllers'c to change all these plans for mili- cause of Catholic education. He Is tary expansion? Ho would be a also identified with the work FIGHT FOR RIGHT. credulous simpleton who would be- founded by his uncle, the Provilieve it. The fact Is that Mr. Wil- dence Raw Night Refuge, In the A bitter fight ovor tho existence son has made known the strongest city. .He is a man of sound judg- of the parochial school in Michigan argument for our keoplng clear ot ment and possesses a notable per- Is imminent, in the opinion ot In stating sonality. tho league altogether. Right Rev. Michael J. Gallagher, his reasons against .accepting resBishop ot Detroit. "The bigotry in ervations he has given away the tho State is incredible," Bishop VICTORY GARAGE. whole argument ior the league. But Gallagher declares. "Thanks to tho the vote on reservations In tho Tho Victory garago and auto re- Initiative clause in tho State conSenate shows that oven those of Mr. pair shop has been opened at Six- stitution any group of fanatic men Wilson's own party aro becoming a Broadway a day may club together and aware ot tho purpose of tho league. teenth and service that with sure to constitutional amendment submitUie Is to and night And this country will not be chain- prove popular with auto and truck people. Such was Che case two ed to imperialistic chariot ot Euro- drivers. C. E. FItzpatrick, better years ago when the State went dry pean autocrats. known to many of our readers as and such is the aim now of passing Emmett FItzpatrick, and W. D. a popular measure, forcing all chilBENEFICIAL INDUSTRY. Baumgardner, an expert mechanic dren between tho ages of five and and repair man, are in charge. The sixteen to attend public schools. coOne of tho most popular Victory garage has been oquippod to The parochial school of the c operative homo Industries in the meet every want ot the automoblllst church Is, of course, directly city is the Kentucky Yankee Bak- and driver of- trucks, and is sure to aimed at. We will fight thorn at ing System,, a combination ot tho be a popular fixture on West Broad- the polls and in the courts to the old soil and Yankee land, and way. last ditch. Freedom in America which 4s hard to beat. The plants has reached the vanishing point company asre of this upto-dat- e GUNN'S NEW PLACE. when such measures as located at Sixth and Oak, Fourth, here proposed are forced upan us." Thirteenth and Waland Jefferson, Gunn's bakery and confectionery nut, and other plante will be estab- has become bo popular with the PHOTOGRAPHY. suitable locations public that it has besn found lished as soon as upon, Tho main of- necessary to move into new and can be decided For .the most artistic photographfice of the company is at 201 Nor- more spacious .quarters at 1206 ing in the city the Reullng studio sup- South Manager at 428 West Market street bears ton 'Building. This company Seventh street. plies pure bread, fresh baked, and Gunn is one of the moat successful the palm. A. J. Reullng, manager at hand ihree times a day. It is men in his line of business, thor- of the gallery, is an experienced and mixed, baked and sold under strict- oughly experienced, and has built jmnprwfill urMof wTin Vioa morlo o ly sanitary conditions, and can not up a splendid trade by selling only stdy of the profession and is pre- , mw. uijwmi, bw. pared to sxseuta v&otogranhlc be equalled by bay other brad Mm warn, in por-N-o produeU in greater LoutavlHe. The eetabHabin is pooduoted un- - traits, eommerais.1 --photographs, pffioera ot the Kentucky Yankee mors hygteBk conditions,, and Jargementa. framing ami also kodak Baking System am ro& ot axpwi-nc- e all orders are( promptly tilled and flnlshtag. His 'work is highly high in are Jusi right. Cttve him a mired by aH who ,lhays visited his and ability, who stand '" 11. and take pride ta the .3 KsJtenr. GIVING AWAY THE CASE. I I I Incorporated 012-01- 4 Underfill! St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Ttn Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY Best Livestock Market South of the Ohio River Eltabllih.d 1853 Designs & Estimates Famished HMiiannHIHHHHiBaHl LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe . PRIOE8 SECURITY & LOAN OO InoorporaUd. A. Lazar, Manager PAID Money Advanced on Your Plain Act GLOBE BOURBON STOCK YARD COMPANY Incorporated O. AX, BIBCS, PIPE WORKS Work for Call Homo Phono City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING HAMBLY All 721; CO. 312 West Jefferson Strer (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. I"" ' a.nerol Manager Johnson and Main Streets LOUISVILLE, KY. HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. or BROS. SHOE STORES JNO. P. MORTON & CO -- Uomo Phone 2CC0 NATIONAL HATTERS D. D. S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STRB2JT DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DBUVBR Homo Phone, City 1931 Mark Bal.a, Prea INCORPORATED Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky. Two HAMBLY'S Stores OFFICE OUTFITTERS Shaw. 1716 BOth And Portland. PRINTERS City 7164 STATIONERS 18th and Magazine Louis A. Broring, 900-90- DENTIST 1 1 ..! STARKS BUILDINQ. WeeRlySavings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated n Waa Organized toy Citizen. Well-know- NEILL-L- to Make THE X. O ANS On South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvCnae. Homo Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A LOWEST RATES COLEMAN BUILDING S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Furniture and Other Personal Property at Both Phones 2886 VIELLE SUPPLY CO. A J. O. Jacob, Sec and Tr.aa. L, GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated INCORPOItATED MILL AND S.alers In All Ktada of Offlo. asA Store rixturei, SaXaa, Caab Befl- snow Caisi, CotuUra, tr, FACTORY SUPPLIES Wo Buy Rngs, 610 WEBT Shelving, Eto. XAXS STSBBX Home Phone, City 1818 Joseph HubbuchSr. & Dealers In H.B0SSES0N Son Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 GOO B. BROAJOW-AJ- Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubber and Paper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 001-00- 3 Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. M. WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1126-112- FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., 8 WEST MARKET ST. Main 2G82 Neit to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. Homo Phono, City 834 City 2682 & 00. Incorporated FUNERAL DIRECTOR FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Furnishings and Caps 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Phones Shawneo 1243. Cumberland 60 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em Wes 1 107a. M. J. STRIEQEL JOHN t?. RATTERMAN City 8 CO West 8CC $740,-000,0- 00 Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds Roofing, Guttering and Spouting SIEYLIGHTS AND GALVANIZED Pearcc Roofing Co. 1 IRON WORK Tho Homo of. "Quality Feeds" ROOF REPAIRING AND 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND PAINTING A SPECIALTY 313 N. FIFTEENTH ST. S. E. Cor. Reutlinger and Struck aty 9SI9. D. L. Director and Embalmor Funeral 717-7- :rax CUMBERLAND MtUn 2Se&--1 IfWvJHwfvlrvwtwWi'ff GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 1 B. GHS8TNTJT LOUTSVILLH, K Funeral I Director and Embalmcr i. THOMAS KEEN AN ..IMJJVEKtAI DIRECTOR.. I Cath-oH- 2.BOTH PHONES 810 1529 WEST MARKET STREET - SOUTHEAST CORNERS SIXTH AND ZANE STS ' Ht.,l,ill"ll,l,l,IiilI--H-H-t-i'tfr-t- wwwwwwwwwvi jj. J. BARRETT'S SONS MOMKFHONKS8 MAIN 3071-- y i DOUGHERTY , & McELLIOlTi and Embalmers HwaatvaMtt! i 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, FUNERAL DIRECTORS nM ii't'w ASM JG&aLflit AND EMBALMERS. JMCalxa. m-trmmle. Funeral Directors I'CuJbi'fJ'a&8-- m-d- sr BOTH FHOKHSS. k ' es 1 iuiimiimiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiMitt 7 KBODXJOJKY UfcIKC Jk3da31&XCA3& , CanyThc Country With Cox ww Mat Kentucky Democrats, you are asked Ro send delegates to the San Francisco Now Business Management MODERATE PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary Willard Cafeteria Opposite Court IIouso R. C. STTLLWELL, Business Manager MEAXS SERVED . . . . . .i . . , 6:00 to 9t30 Breakfast , 11 too to 2:30 Dinner CtOO to 7:30 Snpper Both C. excellent: pare The Home Economy Department of the Louisville Gas 6? Electric Company makes the following announcement to the women of Louisville' who are interested in promoting comfort, coiivenience and economy in the home, '' MISS GRACE OTTER, Supervisor. 1 A wan IAAmm Cox Is Worthy MMBSSwhm mMMMMMMSKMMMMMjmWWmjWmMKmMj Pi ones 3241 r pledged to nominate a man bo can win. That man is James M. Cox, Govern or of Ohio. Here is a candidate whose record as r Is known. Three times he 1ms been elected Governor of the normally Kcpubllcan t (State of Ohio. Twice he was elected to. Cong5es.bx tolg majorities over strong opposition., lie lius been a winner In business, too, by his on u merit and courage. There Is nothing in lite record that tehould alienate a single Democratic ote. There is much In his record that will command thousands of Independent nd Republican otes. Bis popularity was a big factor in putting the pivotal State of Ohio in he Democratic column in 3916. Ohio's electoral votes are needed fchis year; he can swing them. What other Democratic candidate ieanf The Cox Movement in Kentucky Is backed by citizens who sec In the of Coventor Cox Democracy's fcest chance for victory in State and vote-gettenom-Enati- MttMttWElSMSatttwWttWMMtMtttm GOV. JAMES M. COX OF OHIO Born on a farm March 31, in country 170. Educated and high ehol. chol Kentucky Democrats, you arc asked to send delegates to the Democratic Convention instructed to National nominate a man who is worthy to sit In the Vhlte House. You are nbked to use your influence e man, for the nomination of a one who personifies the best traditions of Americanism. A man, who, born on a farm, without favoring conditions, has risen from newsboy and printer's "dovlt" to reporter, from reporter to editor and publisher of two great papers. A man, whose neighbors, who know him best, have called him throe times to the highest office In their State. A man whom no interests have been able to swerve from what he considered to be his plain duty. A man who adjusts differences between capital and labor without resort to troops. A keen business man whs says "profiteering is the result of conditions carrying opportunity, if not preference, to one Individual or class ever self-madd LOUISVILLE OTTO OOTOTTBY ECKJB 4E6 SOUTH FIFTH w MEAT MARKET SPECIALTY - SCHNEIDER'S . - J. SCHNEIDER, Jit., Manager Economize With Electrical Appliances Electricity is the great modern servant which can be used effectively in both home and factory. Just as electrically-drive- n machinery in the huge industrial plant eliminates unnecessary human labor and increases production, so in the Twentieth Century home electrical appliances bring freedom from the "servant problem" and speed up your work, giving you more leisure time for other pursuits. . STREET KENTUCKY NATUROPATH A. LOSE 334 East Market Street CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 Ono wook of warm weather does away with, a slight cold. Hot baths do the eame with a heavy cold. Hot i baths (steam or electric baths) any cold boforo pneumonia or pleurisy, etc., set in. ve THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Special their Invites you to dlnupect Qara.gr modern, before you enter your car for jsafo keeping-- . City or Xsla OMS fox Teleyhon fire-proo- f, oteam-heate- lute. JOHN B. WATHEN rURNTTURB MOVING AND PACKING: uother." A normal American, neither reactionary nor radical, the kind of man who will restore normal conditions In a normal, American way. Such a man Is James M. Cox, the nan who can win. COX Nation. '' (Nicky Democracy behind the ne man pwhe can win in November and, to ' It is simply an effort t put Ken In-M- re success, all factionalism should Jka avoided and representative Demo-- 1 orats of character, Intelligence and should be elected as Worked ac farmer boy, newsboy, printer's devil and reporter. Owns and publishes Dayton Daily News and Springfield Daily News. Elected to Congress in 1809 and 1911. Elected Governor of Ohio In 1912, 1916 and 1918. St, 580 Booth Twentjr-ttxtf- c Wat 1014 Shawnee 1088 LONG DISTANCE HAULING! HEADQUARTERS have been established in Rooms L 2 Liro wire rubber heel salesman, and 3, The Seelbacb, Louisville, where Democrats who want to see a winner commission basis. Apply nominated will be welcome. Come !a, THE SQUEEGEE HEEL CO. writ or telephone. 812 Realty Building. BANNON THE WINNER. WANTED Electric Washer and Wringer, the Bee Electric g Vacuum Cleaner and numerous other appliances displayed in our office this week by the Harry L Wood Electric Company help you to solve your housekeeping problems in the modern way. labor-savin- iTh'e Crystal a I I'M ) J l Louisville Gas & Electric Go. Incorporated. Send Cox Delegates to the State Convention Democrats, if you want a winner ac your Presidential candidate, If you want to see Democracy triumphant, attend the mass conventions in your county seats at 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, May 1, and vote for delegates who will insist on a Cox delegation to the San Francisco Convention. Women, who will cast their votes in November, are entitled to representation apd are urged to attend these v conventions. 311 Wert Chettnut Street FRED ERHART ARCHITECT general demand for foodsstuffs in delate at tho laying of the stone. SHEDS NEEDED IilGHT. Both Phones 240C tho ipubllc markets. A proportionate Cardinal O'Oonnell and Archbishop Irwin. reduction in tho hight cost of living Tho Rev. Dr. J. A. H. Bonzano, tho Papal Delegate, also While Sir Oliver Lodge, of EngREUTLINGER & CO. of Belfast, must necessarily result. will bo present. College Presbyterian minister the Lafayetto through land, Is traveling the Ailolph Rcntlingcr Ireland, speaking at UNIQUE DEPARTMENT. United States lecturing on life after in Washington In Club banquet 112 "W. Broadway, Louisville, Xy, MEETING TO HE IN CHICAGO. PresiFIRE INSURANCE Eamon DoVhlera, death, viewing this subject from Conducted by the Xaverlnn Brothers. honor ofoftho Irish Republic, said it It Is generally known that the BUBlnees dent and TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Scientific Classical, ngie 01 UlO HpiruuailSl ana A call for n. pnnfnrnnrn of rnrn.l Courses, Preparatory Department, Large was over 120 years ago that tho Society of the Divlno Word conducts PLATE GLASS conceived, tho a special technical courso in addiscntatives nf all Catholic national tnus aWln5 n spreading ,the Swimtnlnf l'ool, "Well Equipped Gym- Irish Presbyterians nasium. Terms moderate. PRODUCE GREAT PICTURE. "I stand tion to its mission college and sem123 SOUTH THIRD STREET organizations, to bo hold in "neous teaching, Sir A. Conan of an Irish Ropubllc. idea Bro. Benjamin, Bir. Chicago on Wednesday, May 5, has here." ho said, "as a symbol of inary at Techny, 111. In order now saano purpose. Both By request of quite a large num those old traditions and of tho fact to give also such younger boys as been sent out by the Right Rev. land for the MKKT H1DNKY Ireland is united, today. Ire- havn no vocation to the priesthood a ber of people who failed to attend Joseph Schrembs, Bishop of Toledo, lecturers and writers find a ready City 21o:$ Telephone that land, North and South, is united by chanco to study Ifor themselves tho "The victim to the Seal of con- Ohio, Chairman of tho Department and sympathetic ipuhlic, as do also for the God, and what God has put to; life of a lay brother, a new depart- fession" it is to bo repeated at St. of Lay Organizations of tho National thojr numerous gether let no man put asunder ment will be opened this year for Xavier's. Thero will bo a matinee Catholic Welfare Council. Tho con- minds of many are susceptible to Wattes and He called attention to the fact that boys thirteen years and over who this Saturday at 2:30 will ono Tues- ference, tho first of Its kind ever the consolation Sprltlsm professes to give the ifie-l-'a fow years ago more than clergy- feel a desire to become law brothers day at 3:30 which hold In America, will ho for the pur- offer those who have lost one or to seo it. pose of tho Presbyterian in a missionary order. Two to threo children an opportunity of mapping out ways and the other of their (beloved ones durSlLLERoVSON, men of Ireland refused to eign tho years' training will be given tho boy Sunday night, Monday and Tuesday means whereby Catholic organiza- ing the war. Sprltlsm is being dis- also ten It it TALOftJr, Ulster covenant. "In tho past Ire- m tho trade of his choice, and thero nightsgood will any be produced. any tions may be enabled to act in con- cussod in countless places ana pracas threo sermons years," ho said, "tho soul of will bo no charge for tuition. It is Is as over heard, and will make one cert In matters In which they have a ticed by thousands of person during VByCUAiMF&gEMODELIXG At this land has been reborn. The soul of probably the first attompt of its kind have common interest and to reach def- this after war period. stronger a nation never can bo crushed. The in this country, but it has much In a bettor Catholic andmasterpiece for inite conclusions on relations with timely moment J. Godfrey Raupert, SIDNEY'S is not crushed its favor. Pastors, educators and life's conflict. This delivered a numof hter people espeSUITS MADE TO ORDER soul arms: tho soul was Ireland will narcnts should send their applica a wondorful lesson to children Catholic organizations abroad,Europe K. S. G., who has Sprltlsm in Cathof by ber of lectmes on cially the powerful bodies in go marching on. Tho soul of Ire- tions in as soon as possiblo to Rev. whose childish innocence has never and South America. 51 1 SOUTH TUIKD ST. Invitations olic Institutions in our country with UhAK IIIAMIINI'H your Father Rector, St. Mary's mission known tho bitterness of worldly sorland appeals to you and asks the special encouragement of tho row; an inspiration to tho young have been issued to more than Suits Called For and Delivered sympathy and for your help and House, Techny, 111. to tho Holy See, has contributed societies of national standing people, who are dally face to face encouragement In thin great crisis of pamphlets published by the. conference, which will be with life's stern realities, and a for tho the La Sallo Hotel, and will series Bureau of the Central Sothrough which wo aro passing and GOOD NEWS. Central folks, held in glowing reminder to the old I am euro wo will not bo denied It. ciety a brochure entitled "Tho Facts probably last two days. shadSome time ago a telegram from who have seen tho lights and existand Fallacies or Modern Spiritism." ows "WELFARE SERVICE. Washington brought tho good news ence. of this temporal' earthly Tho pamphlet Is a straightforward, CAMP WORK HEAD. logical exposition of tho principal to tho Society of the Divlno Word at Recommendations that members Techny, 111., that finally the State Mrs. John B. Casserly, who has errors underlying that belief, and Legion bo given Department had permitted the sond-JnHEART ATTACK FATAL. of tho American Electric Suction Sweeper begun her work as Director of wom- of the dangers involved in spiritis district all on Sir NORTON BUILDING wmrescntatlon vocational training of fromovnr of new nrlests and Sisters Michael J. Foley, fifty years old, en's relations of the United States tic practices. CatholiciRaupert's stateSteyl, Holboards for tho tho Mothorhouso at view regarding ment of the IT BEATS wounded service men, and that tho full six years not a-- priest suffered a heart attack and expired rrmy, recommends that Catholic the existence of spirits and tho pos W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson fourteen district boards be auowoa land. For V. D. has arrived from suddenly last Friday morning, the h. of tho S. women's organizations, especially sibility of communication with AS IT SWEEPS greater opportunity for autonomy Europe, and from year to year the news coming as a shock to his sodalities, prepare at once to col- spirits though not tho spirits or the' laborate with other bodies in tho the dead Is convincing. Without of action than at present, were work of tho society has grown to legion of friends throughout AS IT CLEANS EAT MORE OF made "before the House Committee unoxnected proportions. Tho fifteen city. For many years he had been welfare activities of which she will going into confusing dotalls, Hhe auon Education by the Rev. John misnlnnarv nrloats and twenty mis an active Democrat, (having served havo charge. Tho many Catholic thor, a recognized authority on his DE MICHAEL'S O'Grady, who as secretary of tho sionary Sisters who aro expected to terms as County Deputy Assessor soldlors In tho new army, she says, subject, offers as comprehensive a ICE CREAM AND National Catholic War Council's leave Rotterdam soon, surely will and City Deputy Assessor, and when will need and welcome the service DELICIOUS treatise of tho Important issues inBRICK CREAM 230 WEST JEFFER80MT with volved as can rarely bo found exCommittee on Reconstruction was find a hearty welcome at Tecnny, stricken was serving as Special which tho women tho In- 111., at Glrard, Pa., and in tho South- Bailiff in the Seventh (Magisterial her division will perform. As. Di- cept In much more extensive essays. "Wo Give a Special Price For Parties called upon to testify in Main 1x34 Surviving him are threo rector of women's relations Mrs. GIVE US A TRIAL quiry now being made Into the ern missions entrusted to the Society district. pamphlet may be procured from City 985 for vobrothers, James J., John and Gar Cassorly will direct the efforts of Tho Central Bureau of tno uenxrai WEST KENTUCKY STREET work of the Federal Board O'Grady of tho Divlno Word. tho 1551 rett Foley, and three sisters, Misse3 138 hostesses in seventy camps in Society, Tomplo Building, St. Louis, cational education. Father Cumfe., South 9145 Home, City 1668 HOSTILE TO FREEDOM. Ellon, Louise and Mary Foley, all all sections of tho country. Mrs. at ten cents tho copy, postpaid. testified that at tho Catholic Uni of Powee Valley. The remains wore Casserly was formerly Miss Cecilia versity 250 men have passed England's deadly hostility to free- taken to Powee Valley, tho funeral Cudahy, of Chicago. During tho through the courses designed for WM. P. BANNON FINDS MINSTER'S TRUNK. political or religious, taking place Sunday afternoon at St. war she was prominently connected those wounded in the war, and that dom, whether Dr. Uriiii Z. Lksty 'bearing upon the Aloyslus church. with the Red Cross on tho Pacific a class of 150 Is now attending tho which has directIs fully sot forth in A Pennsylvania minister, Rev. Ckirey41 Question, ex Coast and received from the French CONTRAOTINa PLASTERER courses. Ho also aesennea moUni- Irish following passages in what is tho Government tho Medallio de Recon Hary Burton Boyd, pastor ot tho periences at tho Catholic CONTINUOUS OVATION. constitution as ILLLk naissanco for her work in behalf of Park Presbyterian church at Erie, TkaKsErtv versity, which has proved one of the sot forth .fi. tho...... a iiAifA for --IreStark ,..... . ivsAQ nan BROOK AND BLOOM gave a New York Catholic a flno WM&tfMteaKKM most successful of the schools for ana, which Buu iu BmiLliai southern tour of President tho fatherless chlldron of Franco. opportunity to show his efficiency men, In trying out Cumb. S. 154 tho wounded BetaPboVM City 8380 "Tfcnt nxlRUnr enact- - Eamon do Valora, which began at TAKES BIG PRIZE. and in locating a lost, stolen or strayed con- Illiterates in different vocations Charleston, S. C, has been a . The , or ... PrAsMrtorJan" trunk last wook. wmw . ovation, and after ho com in training studonts in auto meunlawful asemblles In iroianu.snau tinuous his present swing through Competing had served witn chanics, HOFFMAN work. machine shop and clerical not apply to Freemasons. No par- plete3 thero will be addejl millions students in with soveral thousand Rev.F.,Bqyd bad tho Knighta tue a. WILLIAM SCHNEIDER ZERR & of public and private e. so Dixie Preston sad Ormsby liament In Ireland shall havo power of now friends of tho Irish Ropubin tho National Capital, Miss lumbus Secretary to whom the Job Mgr. P. J. HOFFMAN, to abrogate or affect prejudicially llc. On his trip ho will visit Savan Margaret Katherine Bellman, a pu- - of finding tho trunk was assigned, llardwaro, Paints. Varnishes. PROMOTE PEACE GARDENS. nnv nrlvllneo or exemntlon of tho had the trunk. Tho pll of Notro Daano parochial Glass. enjoyed either nah, Jacksonville, New Orleans, Mo of Washington, has won first school incldoritally so explored tho wilds of iprizo K. of C. man VAULT that tho by law or which Is bile, Jackson, vicKsuurg, Meridian, It is universally agreed .high cost Freemasons custom. Wo Solicit Your Patronage Birmingham, Montgomery, Atlanta, for the District of Columbia in tho the Hoboken docks for tho surest way to reduco tho South 2377 811 REALTY BUTLDINa Department's contest for tho venturous trunk, and after a full City 0758 Macon. Augusta. Charlotte, Lynch-of commodities in general is to MISSION CRUSADE. and Raleigh. His best essay on "Tho Benefits of En- - morning's search he found it nest- burK. Peters-burproduction or to deCity 2754 their Home Phone, states aing beside the bundled enects 01 a Phone Highland SI Georgia will be interrupted Hstment in tho united crease tho demand for them. This Thn second national convention of toura of fow days to tako a flying trip Army." Mlse Bellman is tho win- - Jowlsh rabbi which proves Con for as it Shawnee 1863-- L Is as true regarding foodstuffsin tho tho Catholic Students' Mission Cru- to Chicago on April 26. The Res., Jity 6910 ner also of tho third prize in tho cluslvoly that there is no religious Is in regard to anything else held In Washington, accorded President De Va- - Baltimore recruiting district, which prejudice among lostarmy baggage, Nnrw It was riomonatrated sade will bo G. 7 and 8. This or mitrVef D. C. Ausrust Co. during the war that tho people of ganisation, which la tho official lera last Saturday and Sunday in embraces Maryland, Delawaro and it was tho twenty-sixt- h thousandth equaled anything and lost Incorporated tils country could Increase very "mission aid society" for the pro- New Orleans the Crescent City. ever tho District of Columbia, youths in ploco of of C. soldier baggage which 'had restored to in the K. 1025 Bardttown Road which many thousands of substantially the production of food' motion of missionary interest among witnessed in of schools were her com- - Ars. Rev. Bovd wrote to Chairman GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, stuffs by tho cultivation of vege- the students of our institutions of CORNER STONE LAYING. petltore. TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND .William J. Mulligan, of the K. of Tin, Tile Slate Roofer tables and greens in "what wero higher learning, is rapidly growing "HAYRDDE PARTIES" C. war activities: now called war gardens. Millions land Himnchoiit the country, u UnltS Cardinal Gibbons has definitely you tfor finding LAFAYETTE CONVENTION. Itoof Painting a Specialty "I wish to thank mll'ions of dollars' worth of garden rnmlinm cnilU TllnotV BCtlVd 1129 WEST MAIN STREET 'and forwarding my box of equip- i,i. truck were produced by amateur mumhaniiin of over 7.000 decided that the laying of the corflupreme Directors of the Knights meat. I had written to the Army colleges', traln- - ner stone ot the National Shrine of farmers in backyards and sldeyards OALLU3FOK Main 1146 anu vacant lotti. It BhOUldn t ivi - . students. Seminaries, result. Conception ie to City 6299 ;ne .nt,nn1 nnrui. titeh schools the Immaculate September 23, the of Columbus, meeting in Washing- - Bureau without the box, I wbb very as It decided to get tako place on quire any argument to prove that academies which have not yet- day following the dedication of Lin- ton last week,conventiontoofhold the anxious the helmet and gas mask WnSLAND-ORUTOHE00. a kitchen garden will produce as become affiliated wkh this movesupreme the or- - tained, Incorporated much durine days of peace as dur menl should do so at once. Litera- coln Memorial. On this date the genlaatlon in New York on August and other equipment I used at the as to the Archbiahops and Bishops of the 3, 4 and 5. The oenvention will be front," ing war time. The lesson is ob- ture and information GARAGE The K. of C, says Mulligan, will IOB ALL FDftPOMMr vious. Every family which can pos- fnrtmiUfa of a mlaaion society or its ttoited States will be in Washing-te- n known as the Lafayette conventino, Columbia Traks sibly Garford Tracks o attend the annual meeting of as members of the order attending find baggagae ot any denomination. do so, should euttiyate a afflllatkm with the crueade may be - had from Floyd Keejar, TMd Sfcore- - the National Catholic Welfare Coun- It will present a statue of Gen. La- - All ie soldier owners have to do is swoarawcy iwbmwcm u MAST MAIN (STREET 6 Thue Khey will lntrunk tardea. MMWtoa neuwi cil, mmh will take yart la e of- - fayette .to France for erection in to apply, giving tno dost poeswie ae- - Levfarfile aterfcur as Repairing. Used Cars at'aaaa UlA TMVv! ftirl nM tit ftVOll. and I. larv. AMflfaftlle 'serlption of the miesiag article. Cardinal fHMxms will Metz. Nigbt jat the awe ttae wW deerease the Brooklana, D. C. State. lerviM Df fer Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life BELFAST MINISTER APPEALS. St. Xavier's In tho contest ordered by tho United States Government, of which tho subject was "Benefits of Enlistment in the United States Army," tho best essay written by any boy or girl In Louisville was awarded to Robert Edward Bannon, of St. X&vler's. Besides winning first prizo lit this he won three others given Young by tho Louisville Times. Bannon deserves credit for his work, as ho is ambitious and has entered In threo essay contests this year. Ho is tho son of Patrick H. Bannon, of Buechel, and his father also attended St. Xavier's. James P. Welsh, of St. Xavier's, also caxnoout first in tho junior section of the grammar crndes. His father. James P. Welsh. has been an officer in the Regular years and army over twenty-thre- e is now stationed in Louisville. JOIN THE LOUISVILLE BOARD OF TRADE wm HHCEE9 er-me- n's rrti: r three-quarte- rs twen-ty-fi- vo THE HOOVER tr Tafel Electric Co. CORNS.BUNIONS 67 . mvii,.-e-,"'i'mr- ' n.JSXfii, -- - ols CLEANING ad-W- as on Sullivan Transfer E. T. WELSH ' and own-liuntlre- dn . con-ne- xt R Oil and Grease ' 124-12- 11 eew-moat- es. ad t A i r ' liBKCOKY IRISH Mttttttttttttfftt'tf titAAiA4''A'AAaMtMAwftAfeAAAAA AMSfclOAJSJ., HERMAN STRAUS rOUHTH AYCHUg Bacon a son INCORPORATED MTOWawa7 SONS MARKET STBCET ' Jj I We Qirm and Redeem Geld Tradinr Stamps. We dive and Redeem .Surety Coupon. fKKBKEsamBKafKKKBwSBaKB'fSSKIm t "vS: Jt itT1 DO YOU KNOW ASOU7 OUR IKv ? X - ; HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments, sa j PLAN dHHw THHnfnk HW IlliW - JBH iiir -: CONFIRMATION bLLLHBhP M. r $0- Mm- waif ' A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Parchstsing Household Kequtrements on Lfejerrea JlUthh$'BHMSIBkmB&BiK&KMKtbkil J SUITS FOR BOYS I NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT ! features of this method are tta convenience In making purchases without any considerable) outlay of cash. The advantage of. buying on tho Club Plan during our various sales AT RAT.-- PRICES. Whatever Is tho prlco of tho goods to a cash or a chargo customer, that la also tho prlco to a Household Club Plan customer. Xhcro Is positively no advance. Tho. outstanding PPPPPPPiPiBK-lPHHPPiPj.j-'V'inBHflRiHBBHlBHBSaafMir' UsssssssssssssssIssssssssbBIIbssbsIIisIbsW L 1 $13.50 - $18.00 II White Shirts and Blouses 1 To Go With Confirmation Suits, ! Thero aro no "confidential arrangements." It la conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payment and tho monthly payments are tho same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS CONGRESSMEN AND THEIR HOBM ES. Representative Qulnn, of Mississippi, and Representative William Ruckoy, tho greatest walking pipe. Photo shows them in tho smoking room of tho House of Representatives of the corn-co- b corn-co- b plpo. their I ,, jI j ih $1.00 -- MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. Main 2382 ' One of . the Interesting of the In Any Denomination Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery spring weddings was that of Miss Or Amount. Florence Higglns, the accomplished Every estate which this corn and popular daughter of Mr. and 1 10c Mrs. John Hgglns. and Oscar C. oanv is called upon to settle in 'Cox, connected with the Ford Auto i: ! 212 WEST MARKET STREET. & the capacity of executor involves X mobile Company, solomnlzed with A. J. 5c . x. nuptial high mass Thursday mornHIGH GRADE COFFEE records m many books. no aoum nun. street. ruin Oi ing at St. John's church, Rey. These records must be systemCity GOl Main 100 Coffee lb. .40o to GOa Father Schuhmann performing Best Cigars Made I ceremony. Mis Rosio Nord was tho Tea, lb... atically kept andjjinfallibly accu80c to $1.25 the I Coco. lb.. 40a bridesmaid and Ralph Vlssmian actfor the following reasons: rate Baking Powder ..30c to GOa Following an ed as best man. .Extract, par tulio !I 30e elaborato wedding breakfast at tho NATIONAL GUARD BRANCHES. I. Thev safecuard acainst the possibility of error. Plo Filling 2Kb homo of the bride's parents, 1G31 ! PATRIOTJC MEETING. Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) 2D 2. They make every detail a matter of record, not a ques"Join now," tho slogan of tho South Preston street, tho happy Trinity Council, Y. M. I., held a couple left for an extended East- Kentucky National Guard, which Is t tion ot memory. military service meeting In honor of ern honeymoon trip. They will re- being organized in Loulsvlllo under ! They insure the prompt collection of income. ( With- - Its j 3. turn about May 10 and fro at homo rlho direction of Capt. G. M. Ken members Monday evening, out system, moneys due the estate may be over- - Major Gen. C. P. Summorall aswith at 3143 South Third street. tho nedy, recruiting officer, Is being guest of honor. His address 'on exlooked or not duly credited.) taken up by business houses and FATHER KELLY COMING. For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. periences with tho First Division in 4. They provide for the prompt payment of legacies to Loulsvlllo citizens, with tho result Franco and tho effect of the war on More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total chapRev. that men are applying rapidly for deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence bnilt by heirs. this country was ono of tho mos.t lain of Francis A. Kelly, staff h Division the tin enjoyable and Interesting ever heard during tho war, who saw moro real the privilege of joining tho (three people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Major Summerall's fighting than any othor chaplain, branches, artillery, Infantry and cavIn this section. I alry. Tho Federal Government fureloquent description of tho heroic MARKET AT SECOND will speak at St. Xavler's College nishes all equipment and tho pay UNDER THE BIG CLOCK behavior of our soldier boys Auditorium on Thursday night, ranges from $90 to $500 per year, his largo audlenco while his April 29, at 8:15 o'clock. He comes Columbia Building Fourth and Main. story of tho lighted crosses In tho according to tho grade. Whllo on under tho auspices of littlo villages of Franco was a strik- to LoulsvllloCollege and the Knights active duty tho pay is on the reguThe Oldest Trust Company in the South. St. Xavler's CANDIES SODAS ing trlbuto to tho faith and devotion lar army basis. Drills aro held Father Kelly of tho people of that country. At of Columbus. bravery by thowas dec- onco a week of one and one-ha'rttM1 itMMfoOOMttttiUtttttftttltM Allies, orated for tho close of his address Major Gen. commenda- hours' each. Encampments aro held also Summerall rwas glvon an ovation and from received extra Government. onco a year, fifteen days each. Tho tion tho American and a rising voto of thanks. Rev. He is now Chaplain General in the personnel ot the officers appointed Prank J. Martin, former army chapby Adjt. Gen. Dowcese is of a high States army, FIND IT WORTH WHILE" "YOU'LL (The House of Mirrors) lain and mombof of Trinity Council, Unitedrank, and is which Is a very type, and commissions have been high also National "TO BAT IN A told some interesting anecdotes o .Chaplain of tho Ajnerlcan Legion, given to Dan Cnrrell, Ellenbeo Car-to- r, his experiences in tho war region JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING John S. (Middloton, Georgo R. reception nlglit of and how the natives of Franco wore This will bo a on tho reception, April Ewald, John dl. O. Norman and Harpublic 29A and much impressed with tho religious everybody is welcome and free. vey White, Captains: Charles G. Incorporated AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES dftvotlon of our Catholic soldlors. McKay Tachau, Frank Iteeser, Addresses wore also mado by Rev. Reed and Lloyd Wilier, Lieutenants, QUANTITY INCORPORATED ROWLING FINALE. THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND Father J. A. O'Grady, Jamesi B. and Dr. (Benjamin Choato, (Medical CIGARS TOBACCOS Kelly, Jerry A. Hogan, E. J. Cooney, Applications for enlistExaminer. Yariety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Home Made Pies, Cftkes, Meats Trinity Council Cowling League and J. Robert Muhs. Mcado CoolO BB ment should bo mado to the recruit ing, representing the navy, won in a closed Its season with a 'banquet 004 SOUTH FOURTH STREET boxing bout over Thomas Maloney, Wednesday evening In tho green ing officer at tho Jefferson County 819 SOUTH FIFTn STREET Near Broadway representing tho army, while Earl room of the Tyler Hotel, with plates Armory, Sixth and Walnut streets. In Middle of Square PROMPT SERVICE wAsnvAm.ia (Red) Carraro, of tho army, won for fifty. Capt. A. F. Martin acted nRTo NEWPORT MEMOIUATj. over Ed. Shadburne, or tho navy as toastmaster, and talko were mado Emm o In a wrestling contest. by John u. isumvan, or tno pennant Tomorrow has been designated as winners, tho Cunning, Lewis & Drotzge club; Leo Schuster, Harry Memorial day toy tho Knights of CoFESTIVAL AND SUPPER. Tho members J. Hennessy, Bob Muhs, Ed Zohnder lumbus of Nowport. On Tuesday, May 4, people of and all of the team captains. Tho will attend mass at the Church of the tho city and country will bo served banquet could appropriately have lmmaculato Conception in the mornthey liavo been termed an alibi 'banquet, as ing and Id a body receive holy comwith that supper bowler called munion for tho souls of their de The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit been yearning ftr at St. Denis every captain and church May festival. Entertain- upon by Toastmaster CMartln fur- ceased brothers. In tho afternoon ments will be glvon at 2:30 and 8 nished a 'multiplicity of alibis as to U10 ritualistic memorial service will This Furnace will last longer, give moro heat and burn p. in., and the supper will be served why his team didn't win tho pen- be conducted In tho auditorium Iby less fuel than any furnace made, and we have thirty years' from 4:30 to 8 o'clock. Busses will nant. Adam Schneider, George L. the council officers, tho address beOur Service and Workmanship Are A No. 1 experience to prove it. meet West Walnut and Oak street Boardmah, Wm. McCaffrey and ing delivered "by Hon. Edward T. Five-Yci- ir Guaranteed and Free Service cars at Twenty-eight- h Suits Pressed. Only SOc Dumes-nl- l, Peter Graf were tho guests of honor. Dixon, Judge of tho .Common Plleas Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 A and taking the people ot tho Cane Court, Cincinnati. This will bo Im- Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Bond ivlfh every furnace. Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c mediately followed by the unveiling Run Improvement Club's grounds, AITAR SOCIETY EVENT. A PAY LATER. where tho festival takes place. BUY NOW. The ladies of the Altar Society and formal dedication of tho beaularge parking space for autoa and a of St. Cecilia's church have made tiful tablet, which will memorialize lighting plant have recently been great preparation for an entertain- tho four members of the council Established Over Twenty-fiv- e Years. added, making this an ideal place ment to bo given Monday In St. who mado tho supremo sacrifice, and to get real fresh air. Ttev. Father Cecilia Hall for tho benefit of tho tho largo number of the othor memINCORPORATED. Zoeller, tho pastor, and his parish-lone- church fund. As this is tho first bers who were in service during will see that visitors from tho after Lent party a large attendance the World War. The tablet will too 521 WEST MARKET STREET. city enjoy themselves. Js expected. It will be both after- perhaps .tho most striking ono to bo Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. seen in this section of the country. noon and evening. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. ? SMOKE TARPY'S; Lady Dash Little taken up and tho parents of said child, also parties having furnished tho material or articles for selling or distribution, will bo subject to criminal proceedings. ILIPPILY WEDDED. $1.25 - $1.50; : ( j ! I We Buy, Sell And Quo'tc All Issues Of ; i LIBERTY I Wakefield .o New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. BONDS ! - aesfjfje)oeetMi J Who Will Do This For Your Co. JOHN M. MULLOY : Heirs? LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK ; Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. ittt i4ftantttttttttttttttttAa'KAAit'ftf Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT OFF FRED G. JONES & CO. SASH, BOOKS, BLINDS AND MILLWORK. Louisville, Ky . Brooka ncl A Sts. LUMBER LUMBER A BUILDING MATERIAL '' MONCRIEF FURNACES City 9384 INCORPORATED Twenty-sevont- j ed l""1" lf I JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP I NO RAISE IN PRICES. WHY PAY MORE? WE ARE RESPONSIBLE rs Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. We Call For and Deliver. LTABLE TO ARREST. papers to bo sold or distributed to any child under slxtocn years of age who does not display tho llccnso badgoissued by tho Board of Education. On and after that dato any child not having this license badgo appearing on tho streots engaged In any of tho street trades will bo In Loulsvlllo have agreed that on and after April 2G tley will not Managers of tho four nowspapers UNITY- - ANNIVERSARY. GENERAIi CHAPTER. New-Alban- is-s- uo Unity Council, Y. N. I., of will celebrate its twenty-fift- h anniversary next (Monday, toeing Inaugurated April 26, 1805, toy a delegation from Louisville. Of tho first fifteen charter members thero are only four living Oharle3 P. Pfeffer. T. J. iPXefter, Jos. Schaed-le- r and Charles Melchor, of Birmingham, Ala. Tho dato for tho opening of tho third general cliapter of tho Society of the DIvino Word for tho olectlon ot tho new Superior Gonoral, and the discussion of many after-wa- r problems, has been definitely set for September 25. The American province, besides its Provincial, Rev. Peter Janser, S. V. D., is to send two other delegates. Main 1813 ANDERS) LUMBER Doors Sash ALL CO MILL WORK LUMBER andlStli9L QNDIEK moor Broadway 418 to 430 X. SxeoUarldtre; Brmch Yard sA Switch, Iiosran lb St. 0Uu WTXTsTL, Btk Phones 2750 LUMBER U 33. M I ! ! :e R: oo. BIHHvHSHhIhHIHbSHKhsBj Phone City 12 For Industrial Plants and Factory Repairs. ' LUMBER la U " OUR LONG SUIT IS Sixteenth and Maple Twelfth and Oldham Where the Quick Meal Comes In lightest; Where the cooked beet Where the raage staada HARVEY-JELLIC- O (XNCORFOXATBD) COAL CO. fee kone brigbtert ; Where the work Where Where work Is doae; Where eookias: real fHHj nel Where light; blds glvw " :Tk Company With the Coal and the Service. JPmhobs Black Joe Lump Goal from EtuteralKcBtHcky. tl.mo pe dllvrd; $6.00 per ton at yards. at FiftMMtk as MagHelia.arii:at First and A. Tarda aw mTaM:,'Jrp an JPaya FbMNi ai'AJL 1 ard. toad sight the That's where "Qaklc Heel" cones "Qatek Meal" te. 8el4. IxstajleJ sjhI nighly R Qalsk Meal Gas Kamiea the test That's where Where dredge la est si tfc 8trt. lM''',l,t,,Bt,M"ifc''"MBBBPP5g SOUDrERS 1 FKOM GOVERNORS' I 9DAND FIRING A VOLIEY. GEHER & SON, w. MARKET ST. H t&itlt&i