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Mk Pitatt Kentucky Irish American NO 18. :i I J 11 X A a PHew: k. 3 r V 11 mm n maw Hvery Driver an Escort iDUU LoihvilitTactfcTraMlti Incorporate VOLUME XLIV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920 over to Marshall Bullitt. That's w,hy Hert's two personal organs, tho Courier-Journand J" Times, have been denouncing GCn. Wood the past few days and frying to resur rect iowden. Incidentally tho colored Republicans have, kicked over the traces because th negro Republicans from one end Df the country to the other aie denouncing Lowden becauso he, as thpjr say, allowed negroes to be mass.lcreed in 'tho East St. Louis riots.5 Warley, the, editor of the local colored newspaper, Is making a tour of the sur- al PRICE FIVE CENTS. " ARMY PRIEST Spends Two Fruitful ami Pleasant Dajs and Is Honored Li - tlWBMBWWMMMtoMMttBMliiMtfBflMMBBfifBfTr'Wtfy:!t'','"MW:J" INSPIRING 'alliollc Ideal Nl)l(.( and Woniiinliood UeM Suited Koi (lie Louisville. All Time. Addresses College and High School Boys and Two Big Public Meetings. Makes Convincing and Eloquent TJea For Hundred Per Cent Americanization. I'BNDENNIS CLUB RECEPTION. p. great audiences on Wednesday and ing Wednesday night at the home Thursday nights at St. Xavier Au- of Mrs. Charles (J oilman on Silver ditorium and tho First Christian Hills. Tho literary and other exchurch. With him on tho stage at ercises wero of great Interest to St. Xavier were Right Rev. Bishop those nresent and Mrs. Gohman en of Disputes With War DeO'Donaghue and many of the local tertained most hospitably. t clergy. Father Kelly was happily and Other "WelfareShould Receive the Instructed Vote FIFTY HAPPY YEARS. Introduced (by Col. Thomas D. Clines Agencies.. who alluded to tho chaplain's exof Democrats in the State Tact that their property Is still beMr. and Mrs. August BIzot, who perience at Camp Taylor. His first ing held until they claim it, the Convention. words: "Thero is only one 'ism' for are among the oldest and 111031 highLost Baggage Department of the this country, and that is tho '100 ly, esteemed residents of New Alper cent Americanism' of tho Ameri- bany, had the rare happiness on Attempts Made to Prevent ' Giving Knights or Columbus made the discovery of the seizure of the old can Legion," brought out a tumult Monday of celebrating their golden Away Creature Comforts to army denims. Coincident with tho of applause "Tho armistice," he wedding anniversary surrounded by Bingham Press and Other Republispread of the overalls movement and a legion of said, "created a typo of a slacker their children the A. E. P. can Papers Fighting to Save several hundred :uuch more insidious' in his effect friends and well wishers. men suddenly struck tho happy thought that They were married April 20, than any slacker of the war. This, Hert's Man. in a blue cloth bag somewhere in is the citizen who declares lie de- 1870, In New Albany, and huve reserves a rest after buying bonds and sided thero during all of tho fifty Will Carry on Their Five Educa- the great pilo of lost baggage they might possess a suit of overalls or helping tho country win the war. years of their married life. A bountional Work For Pointer denims ns the army prof en ed to No ono can rest, no one can bo idle, teous anniversary dinner for tho Im- Our Army of Criminals Jlac Carnicall them oftic'ally. Tho result was while we have a government of the mediate family at the home of Mr. Fighters. val Night at Expense of Keythat tho K. of C. offices were bepeople, for the people, by tho peo- and Mr3. Roy Bizot, 2403 West sieged with applicants for lost bagple. Our government is the envy Droadway, was followed by a recepstone Police. gage and when an Investigation was of the world, and while it reniains tion for the hundreds of friends of made It was discovered "the overall (vo, we will hare enemies without tho couple, who wero Bhowered with DISPOSES OF POL1TJCTI, BOGEY. movement" had to do with tho sudand within. It is up to the busi- congratulations and also messages den interest displayed. ness people of America to show tho from thoso far away. Mr. and Mrs. NEGROES ARE NOW AGGRESSIVE Hundreds of men wero disappointexample, and everything depends Bitot are tho parentis of Ray Bizot, ed nvhen they learned Uncle Sam Other (llltV hilt th.nt nf .Mtnalfmln,, upon whether they try to pass the former member of the Board, of Revelations of acute differences had ruled all the overalls belonged her individuality." This last phase Park Commissioners: Dr. A. R. Biz buck or do their share?" g to him some antl heated debatlngs on the "In- the last analysis; Father Kelly ot,, pnyslplan,. and .A. J. IMzot at--l weeks ago, and since 11 wie uey 01 Huaermann's "Mugda," nnn 'Ph4vMm.l4ltlin. Dtfltn''.! ject of welfare work during the war thon had been auctioned off at six- a character, that some (emancipat? declared, the future of the nation ujrney, .an or. iouisvuie, anu &. A. teen cents a suit. ed) spirits proclaim thef true, typo requires that every person be up Bizot, Memphis, Tenn. Tho latter ventions will bo held this afternoon nnr! nflr'll,n xlnVn'r.Vn for the woman of today. Fortu? and bo doing. Give your best at all was unable to be hero tfor the cele- to select delegates to tho State con ?neLeI 5"ured a.,cluc- - P,t.y- Hce are contained in tho official his- -' DAUGHTERS nately common sense tells us where times, ho urged. Father Kelly de- bration. Mr. Bizot was born in De- ventlon and judging from tho presOF ISABELLA. tory of tho K. of C. by Maurice Bro,unuplored the tact that conscientious troit January 1, 1842, while Mrs. ent outlook tlho only real lively 10 iook ior tne meals or womanlHKer8l0erathr Franc!s ES"n na John B. Kennedy, At the legular objectors against military service Josephine M. Bizot (Was iborn In New gatherings "will be held right hero nmi wimir aneet-in- g hood and where wo can ..l.L,a0y Just Polished by the organization nr or tho Daughters of Isabella, years ago, hav- in Jefferson county. Throughout the were given honorable discharges, Albany seventy-on- e realization. The Catholic church V1 at lts headquarters in Now Haren. i our IS Knights of Columbus hall, quite at points to the illustrious wives and back pay and railroad mileage and ing lived there all her life. State the great preponderance of a ilh0L,??eild, th,elr Th0 b00k l8 ltt wo volumes and Is number of very Interesting topics mothers who were "not learned, to go home. "Tho ono sentiment Is in favor of ,.. allowed instruc- - zss-susrnw Tl ! mw I.. .4. T.m wore discussed and acted upon. The save In gracious household ways," trouble with America," he said, "Is PATH Kit HOWLKTT'S ESCAPE. linn. organization is looking forward to who guided their children In tho there has been a studied propaganda that she has been too promiscuous and anticipating much pleasure from path of virtue, who spoke no evil In opening wide her arms and welTho Rev. Father William Howlett. carried on here in Louisville against tho production of tho little playlet, and sought not the high and proud coming all comers without suspic- tho beloved chaplain at Loretto, had instructions. Under tho guise of ff-"Oh! Oh! Cyndy!" somo itlmo dur- stations In society. ion, though anany of these came a miraculous escape from sudden claiming that tho delegates should But thoy were ing bent with false doctrines and ethics and and terrible death lost Saturday be foot loose and fanoy ifreo thero reau. or faatuiday night's big car- - ciDR whii run nnMi atmmniiK- - aro the latter part of May. Players home, on doing God's woik in the to be selected from tho memaiyl for husband, and childand seditious Ideas morning for which tho community have been shoved forward exponents bers, some of whom have most ex- ren and dependents. And so doing inimical to tho interests of tho Am- has been offering prayers of thanks- of the uninstructed delegate plan, The next regular they led noble lives nnd achieved erican people. America can never giving. Father Howlett had taken men who aro loyal ami staunch sup- Sshandot11ertihb0utSetC8tht0hatVn' o cellent voices. McAdoo. Desstand for and never know these three Lorettine Slstors to school and porters of opinion as to the spending of tho meeting will be .held tomorrow at distinction. Thoy wrought in tho K. of C. hall. This .will bo a spirit oi tho valiant woman of Prodoctrines. These radicallsts already was returning to the Academy (when pite tho press propaganda and tho test at tho Llborty Insurance Bank. collected money were indulged in passing among tho middle the accident occurred. While cross- heavy editorials of tho are meeting, at which a verbs, and now her children havo Frequent attempts wero made 10 Near prominent risen up "and classes of America. They are sow- ing tho railroad track his automo- ham press .the fact remains that address from PM f tho Knightsinmr4r giving assembly. speaker willattendance the Such a woman called her iblossed." y Chief A largo ing sedition in that wonderful labor bile was struck by tho engine of a the majority of Democrats In rte-ft leaves an Inspiring is vn..lu desired. 'n and Johnson, of exam nle of virtue nnil tri11.r!nin party of America. But I feel thero freight train, the approach of which aro supporters of Gov. Cox .,' ? nf "' ,,,, c courage and loyalt to duty, to the are enough sound, sensible heads was obscured by cars" on tho side for President. With this fact ov -' "B "oaru. OI aie9- - "w uustness , nnft Mm ihn "," James .9w COOUIKH: SAYS BULWARK. peupio 01 tjie ianu. in tho American Federation of La- tracks. Tho automobile was smash dent thero should bo no effort made ," fflor ballv "ordered to stonV, ',-,And say not that this is only the bor' to save it from bblshovlsm, an- ed to bite, but Fathor Howlett was to thwart tho will of tho majority ..tvrptn.r... Moving pjcturo macntno . to- ,,- - ,. .. h' ,f .. . ttxsj .I UI.UVJU T", II 4l.nl.. miiiiua a .... ........ LIIUL Gov. Calvin C. Coolldge, of Mnss- - opinion of those whn p.tiiffht i archism, or any 'Ism' but Ameri- thrown upon tho cowcatcher to The plea that the delegates should iwfoicuvi men MntU. uuu uusea. sia- .i. canism. ' - the narrow ruts of lazy conse'rwi'But even so it Is up to which he clung while tho engine bo uninstructed and allowed full .if the ,pub,?P ov the .iBnature ?.ir "J! you business anon, for if you are was carried nearly a mile before sway is the purest kind .of Ibunk. t ..., Hu.v. u.u uatuiu- - ,nnn,lln,. Hnnnnl hn. K.. I. "ivin. lu HIV! .UUSSaCUUSCTIS State nsin ami .wno dare nat aspire to Council of the Knlchts or nnimn. the light and clorv of thf. now n.. content to sit you are not fit men being stopped. Father Howlett got Everyone knows that tho man to tormou and conductors would come ..... ",?" ,'.'" .," ' jv. . .But uiiii niv .,.i. i .J luo ". .fpi, tVUlgniS Oli UOIU111DUH VllV or fieedom. No, the greatest minds .i. to enjoy tho privileges for which off with only a scratch on his arm, tecojvo tho Democratic nomination In response to a burglar alarm, just vrlilnn .. Hie triK... a Installed by the our fighting men sacrificed all." and that he .was not fatally hurt Is is in tho ranks of the possibilities Bapk. Tho press Liberty Insurance riiore wero disputes r.s t.i how tho ,P"r V me serVlco havo omirared of all nges have round in Provortis and censor bureau organization should bo grouped ln.!'e,," The Boy Scouts of America, ho looked upon as a miracle A medal just now, and there Is no excuse for '!, ' ih hearts r thc the perfect Image or the noblo woman, whose presence In the housedeclared, represent the organization of the Blessed Virgin was found in Kentucky or any other State de kopt from the public that the Kev- - .Irlves- - the Knights insisting that Pa'1 hold which can make itho boy of today the ibed of the auto, and to this In nllnlnir tn nnnlrn n nlinlno llin stonors jumped up from their rh:ck- - all go out for money together or not ,backbou of t ho nation a bul- - whosospells peace and gladness, and to ,.f nil. .i... ...- absence means gloom and tho strong, sane, 100 per .cent great measure Is attributed tho sav- old story of pussyfooting delegates "r Eamcs nd ,wca Hcltety-spl- lt ahd ordor. , ...? uaiiuiua : .. ... ... .... no.w v.v.. .n ., 3 Bank, Fray Luis De Leon, an ilAmerican citizen of tomorrow. If ing of his life. a" most sorrow. ' Father Howlett, who at tho critical time in tho con-- . tho wrong bank, tho Lincoln squares o wno snouitl A minor ath- - USPful nt'tlvIt' '" tll ror the men of today do not assure tho who is past three score and ten, was ventlon balloting want to trade their lat i'0""" an'l Market, two heneflt of our lustrious Catholic poet of Spain, ,ot,c oyent(( ut atftth!8 gtnge of ror whom the nation who died in 1801, is celebrated in Americanism of the future, he said, stationed for many years in Colo- votes for "Minister to Dahomey" orawa? K C .war veterans ono arrest recently the woilh ran "ot do t0 lnuch-they aro betraying a trust given by rado before coming .to Verlnckz, and wmo other such future plum. L. T'1?,1'0 J1' "leclined Supreme the hibtory of Spanish Literature tho nreuo niiector William P. Keystone cops pride them- 7'w tho forefathers of the nation. "Put there tho news of his escape will bo As for the delegates to be chosen Larkln or Now as the .author of a work entitled A ",a, at Nlnoteonth n' your all behind America and Ameri- received ,eceIve(l the with foellngs of great for San Francisco- tho Kentucky nSSSl Th0iVorIc' who a(,,prt that Governor's "La Perfectn Cns.ida " "Tho Po,. me thoy Marke ' "avlng juggled too 6tat(flUentcan principles," was his closing gladness. Irish American believes that the la ' I"t foct Married Woman." Concern ok. howwer charts that orflchl Blx "ootor's prescriptions, stationplea. nionths 10'000 convention rvIco men of ing this work a historian of Spanwill strike a popular " trortcd much t,ood MjlMacnu80tt8 ,md h,ln1,self1 on J00 anl loudly m0erence3 At the Kiwanis Club every utterchord by choosing Col. P. H. Calla- Joine, tI)p K- ish literature writes: "With tho exception Of his 'nootlo.nl wnrka thn ance of Father Kally was loudly aphan as one of the delegates. Dno- Tho, Kni . ' ccordlnB to their. of C our comeuy cops .,. ,,.,-book by which ho (Luis De Leon) plauded. He was Introduced by the crats in iLou svillo and throuehout "i118"' . w,, .,, Rev. Dr. Chnrles W. Welch, pastor is Known is bis "Porfecta the State now realize that Col. Cal- throughout wRh., view to t (Perfect Wife), in which, takof tho Fourth Avenue Presbyterian ing for his text a member of the club. TMrti.n,.c tlm church and unu in suoceede 111 agree was the proper chaptei of tho Book of Provorbs, When Father Kelly had finished, regenerating the narty ,wh'oh a charge and Is official recognition of ?" to? S."1 c' ?r. ?Avl.nK no sKOicnes in grave and fordlblo James E. Pearson, President of the s "" language his somewhat Avor hut club, made a brief talk in which he Brev freelv The writer dnp nnt tno PPUiar title. All or the com- - yjlf"'l"f """", any pf " the funds Pend !s not confined to the Keyston- netd ,t0. admirably pure conception or tho thanked the speaker for tho mest0 themn, 4b,PreSdenttal would sun- ers noworer. Near Mayor Smith's noTnl his strong woman. So true Js his .picsage brought to tho club, and urged but plea to the, " monster ture, and so accurately did he members of the organization to put romrdloaa 01 that iprererenco tbe Board r Works "ava a HnnrHnn Public, even though urgent appeals - WTiich gauge the feelings of his countryInto practice the suggestions that honor or boing a delegate is duo wero mdo io evfw ln EurP- Tacy our and Bndp(1 tho men in this lespect, that a Spanish hnd'been made. h im as a rownrd of merit and recog- wr with $11,000,000 in' authoiesB or real talent Fathor Kelly spoke to students nition from Kentucky Democracy. :l..Jnif;lY,.iri0-Anr.0ls.alI.,o-r (Emilia hand, and after annnrtfoninif niri. or the Bys' High School at chapel lltirdo Dazan) 1ms lately expressed ueo Atiiertj)n, & " doors 'nt In alnt money to sustain the 502 an opinion that his book still repreWednesday morning. He exercises General James Garnett, Judge Alex ftrf mornlS" scholarships they have awarded ex- noonlo wnphaslyed tho need for 100 per sents the nntlonal Ideal of the Per- Humphrey and Major Scott Bullitt they At nteh7the 60rvlco lncn' .u, have $7,000. .000 among the youth cent Amorlcanlsm me judgment of have nlso been mentioned iUJ uoio- ieci wno. to carry on r Tree educatlonnl great Spanish writer ns tn th thisof the country and said he wished toimor flghte. Sl ns Temporary Chairman, SUS?: n m rSSPth? oo?plSSS' ,... 5S Theforbook shows that, from an every boy in America could have cellenco of tho ideal or the m, i.1 At nwwnt tt a course In military training such woman" in tho work of Fray convention. .organization of eleven men In 1882, a tie. as Is offered the boys of tho local Now we come to the Republican "...r. mv ..tun uuiun guuu roaay. ' when tho order originated In Now High School. Students of the school For oven tho woninn nf nm- it.,?. situation, and the struggles of the Haven, tne Knlgnts now number. MAY DEVOTIONS. many of whom were In uniform, can find no better example of the Times and the oth 675,000. Tho Knights had raised gave the speaker a noisy welcome virtues that should adorn her sex er Republican paper, the Herald, to ,, .. find nvnundfvl mnrn thnn S2.Rnn.nnn r... i,. than those enumerated in "Proafter he was introduced by Prof. light Tobe Hert's battles are on oTLdy Tsunudd of educational and fotw. will verbs." and that hnva hon-- nm. J. B. Carpenter, principal of tho -- ork befothe wa,The Used In school. so eminent a degree by . as Tils choice somo Luwtlon . nttirt hmpQ flirif In ihn hnttln.. m fit At tho Xavier College Father thousands or women who drew their time ago. and judging from tho ",-n ni S "' greetKelly was given a Kentucky strength and grace nnd inspiration -- ith auspjTand .tjn opposed y from ing by Rev. Brother Benjamin and the teachings and spiritual hut that thoy over armory of tho Catholic church"-- , fy: ser" came all difficulties through the 500 students of that school who and Horald are working overtime. ?.? ?B. & their, ,wui cioso wain uenouiction. made the building ring with their trying to creato strength for Low viues works of benevolence. Among other -applause. After his address at the SITE FOR HOME. den but the corpse refusos to come tilings tno K. C. History disposes of rnvnnme rttitr.miw Church Thursday First Qhrlstian to lire. Hero is tho meat in tho Lprt Stindnv momlnir ni hV iinnt. tho'bogory of a Catholic political Subject to tho aoDrnvrii nf night, where he was greeted by a cocoanut: Gon. Wood's manager Js faco church a largb class of children, combination, demonstrating that splendid audtenco, Father Kelly was Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo', "a do wt .otto a unit 'in 'yJEZI event by tflio guest at a reception In 'his honor committee has been named to select? Hw! LlnusBmuri and the Frauchv Political matters. An Interesting ff tm W7e thR.na,n-SU?, a sjto for tho now Visitation Homo at the Elks' Home. CHICAGO'S XKAPPIO STOPPED. cnn Fathe-wreceived their1 first holy war fact is that tho K. C. adopted laialnnu win ahy"' several pf which aro belHg eonsid-eivco,nn'w- - in the evening- at 7S 30 the American suggestion of tho Here is Miss Mildred La Gun Sii Srfi SAltTO CJAJ31 MEETS. Frank A. R,kt B BtebP O'Dona- - Ktoglteh Salvation Army, achieved NEW MINISTER, TO DENMARK. the homo fund Geber, chatrawB of glancing at! the time, the time being with v&SL J?Lf8ti,ialeTTefi committees wwts ,i?fysM 1lTHatedf,.T)G. Het hu. adrtniered he aacrameat of the world's record tyr doughnut- Josoph C. Grow, locently nomi, to hor lower limb, just o M?mfcers of tie Sarlo OMb, New attached uiui coowatt W twety-oe- e boyB aad bakladoughnut bj hsaklB more thnn 5.000,- - nated by President Wilson as Min- with wcTOBi is now over $112,000, the knee, - adrKt JMfcayyheM a moat deHgfatfid met- additional RuHuwrimiir. coatre passed twty-- s KMcky 000 . tirls,, for thp'Amjy of Oc- - ister to Denmark, , - -being received. y .mi' , j Rev. rather Francis A. Kelly, famed as the "Fighting Chaplain" division, now of the Twenty-sevent- h Chaplain General of the U. S. A., National Chaplain of the American Legion and Special National Field Commissioner of the Boy Scouts of America, spent two 'busy days In Louisville this week under tho aus-pIcof tho St Xavier Alumni and the American Legion. Father Kelly addressed the Kiwanis Club, the Boys High School, the First Division at Camp Zachary Taylor and y iMfcif hiM. if l i iih.hSS- -. - n iiiiiii.hu iiimnTJMiMi.wmTmwiinril.T' V iTTi rTT iw,r"" "wl "" JOHN BURROUGHS CELEBRATES HIS EIGHTY-THIR- D BIRTHDAY. John Burroughs, most famous of Ameilcan naturalists,, photographed on his eighty-thir- d birthday nt Yam a Farms Inn, Esopus, N. Y. The famous naturalist Is hero shown bo iling maple sap into sugar for his birthday feast. GOV. COX - -- " ili States denouncing 's Surprising to say, Hert and Searcey haven't posed to bo paying that salary while the lecture tour is on, . Speaking or tho negro Republicans, they have accepted the issue as to whether this is fa. white man's town or State and tp jjoad their brothers Into aggressiveness against the white man thero is n. series of advertisenients how being published in the negro press, presumably by the Republican Campaign Committee. Tho necroes are rtold to remember that Overton Har ris, or the Democratic Committee, said this Is a white man's town and n white man's Statcl and they- are also told to remember thaf Marlon Taylor said that Kentucky should not bo ruled by a black and tan oligarchy. The negroes have accepted the challenge and their aggressiveness In Republican mpks and city and State affairs is' apparent to all. Daily and nightly we have robberies und criminal assaults by negroes who express their utter contempt Tor the Keystone Police Department. Ono of our negro newspapers iecent-l- y printed tho statement that the juv&euL iiuuce department was acceptable to negroes and cited the fact that this was proven becauso no negro had to kill any of the present forco. i Day by day Chief Petty has been gradually dropplngMnto tho background as his Keystone police aro being shown up, but every now and then the Colonel revives enough to try and award off tho manifold criticism. But after the deluge of crime Saturday night, headed by tho $43,000 robber-- , the Colonel went off half cocked in his statement ta tho press. Our Koystono leader Intimated that tho white woman shot at by tho negro didn't possess 'a good character, inferring that if you havn't got a spotless reputation tno colored uenubltcans are allowed to take pot shots at vou. Como again, Colonel. We would hardly blamo tho chief for being slightly rattled after Saturday night's robbery cai nival when tho enterprising thieves residing in our midst robbed Elsie Janis of $40,000 worth of Jewels; the Quakor Maid stores auditor being relieved of $3,000; thirleen-vear-niwhtfn tHi-- i vinr attacked by a negro, and a few oth- or crimes giving the criminals a bat- averagoAoX IWOQas our Key- Stone police OUt Of tho Whole list i rounding Low-den- candidacy. Wire and .Mother Who .Measures Up to All Requirements uf the ritlnn. s I col-or- od an Evample if Loyalty Duty, Virtue and AVell Doing. to I'lli: Tltl'E TVPE FOR TODAY - The thirty-fir- st chapter of tho Hook of Proverbs sings in lamrn.ip of splendid power hnd charm the praises of the wise and valiant woman, .no worn of classic antiquity can rival this portrait of the HIGH COST OF GASOLINE HITS JOHN I). ROCKEFELLER, JR. saintly woman of the wife and One of the sights in the streets of New York City was the son of the mother who measures up to all the great Standard Oil man driving a motor car that did not use gas as requirements of her position. No later writer has improved upon tho a fuel, ibut electricity. K. Of C. Vei-slo- - p.it-tinen- - cupatlon In a space of ten weeks at tho K. C. bakery at Coblenz. From some 500.000 harmrk lm..a bolonging to former members of the A. E. F. tho salvage officers at Governor's Island have taken suits of overalls which formerly did K. P. and othoi menial duty in France. Although many or tho owners of tho barrack bags aie not aware of the picture, or found it lacking in essential detail, or presented tho world with n better and nobler ideal Jf womanhood. Tho church uses portions or this eloquent trlbuto to the "wise woman" in her liturgy for the commemoration or women saints who attained to tho stature or heroic holiness, though they possess neither the glory of martyrdom nor tho crown nt vIivlnlK- - ti, church has therefore set the stamp ui approval upon tnat matchless poem of the singer or Ancient Israel. In these days of "einnnpin.itnn" and or "woman's rights," or "fem inism ami tne "new needom," other ideals or tho truly great and noblo woman havo hnpn ni.tmri tin- fore tho sex. These Ideals spring irom an entirely different concept of woman's sphere and duty than those that guided tho inspired writer of the Book or Proverbs. Whereas the poet of tho Old Law speaks of Industry nhil ilnvnttnn n household duty, and says that "the woman that feareth the Lord, she shall bo praised." tho later prophets Of a new order, llko Thsnn nml Suderman, and Ellen Key and Eli nor uiyn, piaise the woman who follows her own caprice and knows no . hl sub-tin- - irZ i.Mii..rZv , Jf p L iffi 'srjssi aivS'arss as BysRffsa LTL ss ", son-in-la- w Hert-Bln- g- Ken-luck- I- '.Solligman nTrrrSthMoernt. JDf 1 Q " T Md ."? --- ff.T.rS'tf li ' 7,,.., .;:. .,"'., '.'L ni-- 111 ", sJc - T jV"" . ,,,., - - scs kS Sovw " gf 'Jnt g c0r -- - I -- Xginim ,,, do-U- ue-i- i Cas-ad- a" '5' J's 1 i"'1 e- . fgh Ser "" - tatekTSfrrwt , . "A'per-fe- ct - Courier-Journa- l, ?l & ;' .ii a, . J&W andnnonre of's iSflX."! f.?!?? &!10ti-s-i. ff; fellow-Catholic- Knta rXi1 . s, - 1 ! J SdS vKf mT' StiU '. ! - d. " bo-to- w dJ .' 1 ill , C v dJ, u iSOEbJ&TXJoszm AjMLfsuti KE.NTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Loulsvillo vjvtE?ixokjt Unl-giv- es ?& Moul Advancement ol Irish. Americans ad Citholics to th. Sodil Officially " Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. and and Kentuclty, which ment of pharmacy ot "Loyola Orjeans, it a wide field of usefulness i Tho. now Journal has our best tha Mlth pnst of iivinir nnd " ' wishes. have .started a campaign ito have members of all other departments follow suit. COMlXG EVENTS ,. .;:' havered Tuesday morning with a nuptial KENTUCKY'lRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., Incotpectirf. Publishers Queen. church St. May 18 Atackin Council moon- mass at HopeVincent do Paul's 'Georgo the marriage of at PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SMQLE COPY 5c light excursion on steamer Island D. New SUBSCRIPTION Hagan, of Now Haven, and Miss Queen. MMUr. Mary M. Bowling was solemnized In entered at the Loulivllle Poitofflce May 24 May festlvnl and candy tlio tirr;pnpo of manv of their AMERICAN, Wist IHnrty Strtet pulling tor benefit of Sacred Heart friends and relatives, tho Itev. Ubnt All Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH Seventeenth and Broadway, phonsus O'Shea performing the cere- May 25, Juno 15, July 27, August mony. The undo Is ono or New 17 Moonllcht excursions on steam- - Hone's fairest daughters, and the er East St. Louis by Trinity Council, lucky groom Is tho json of Mrs. Anna Barry Hagan and a popular resident Y. M. I. Mnv "The Lass of of New Haven. Tifii) Tn..,n " o Attired In a traveling suit of ''dark blue and carrying a corsage SATURDAY. MAY 1.: 1920 each evenlnc. ' rruTTCVTTTP KV : , ..... 25- - -- r usuviu .... St. Tm,i'e bouauet of ipink roso buds, tho uj ' brtdo rather than that of an army fight- -' chuh. of 77, Pleusurtldge Park, MAKY'.S MONTH. Ing for high principles and for an "yc"'v rn i,. minent socially and was a Prefect of "" Sodality or St. May Is the month of Mary, tho American purpose. This Is the WII- -' fnfn nn plinrMi "'"",' Thirl.""! Blessed Virgn cnurcn. Bister Vincent do Pauls mother of our Divine Savior. Tho Ionian (contribution to recent his- and Rudd. Cordelia, a sister, Is stationed In of all crea- tory, and siroly one would expect i Blessed Virgin is nearest St. Louis. The groom, who is a rfrA ititit nephew of John J. Barry, of tho tures to Christ in liis humanity, be- that tho beneficiary of his policy, or New Haven Echo, Is an overseas cause He took Qiis humanity from want of policy, would bo duly grate- veteran of tho World war and is Gratitude, however, is not a ? a fullness of tul. her, and thus sho has now chief operator for tho L. & N. Imperial virtue; this is grace beyond that of nny other crea- British at New Haven. The ushers were Messrs. Wdbb and Richard Bowling, Hence incidentally her in amply shown by Lloyd Georgo, who ture. up to ridicule as brothers of tho bride, and Miss Besfluence with her Son. Her pcrJec holds tho President ft "mwltller" in Euronean affairs.1 Sergeant u. Sliemey Ounluo lias sie McGee, n cousin, of Louisville, tlon of grace Is threefold: the Per-taking presided at tho organ. Immediately tno resuient unuouineuij beon flt Kington this week foition of sanetiflcation to dispose No" some mistakes, yet It is a dnty ft th(J raceg after tho ceremony the worthy made couple left on an extended wedding her tfor tlie divine maternity; secto teach own Ben W. Martin spent the first part trip to Louisville and through the ondly, the perfection arising from lo their Lloyd George that he can not Insult of the week In Cincinnati. East, and upon their return will bo the divine presence within her; him wjth Impunity, and tho bestl ut home to tholr many friends at Miss Marguerite Ryan, of Louis-wa- y Now Haven, whore they will reside thirdly, the perfection of grace she to do this is to let tho T,i,ioi, iasl)en nojv has in glory. During the month Premier understand that our nation vl0i Guy Vinson,vIsitlg hor cousln( Mrs. at Highland Park. RECENT DEATHS, special devotions in all there will be will insist on tho status of Egypt Catholic churches, vrihen all should being restored and also that India ' . Mr. and Mrs. John Egan, of Port- Funeral services for Mrs. Bridget years old, bo eager to honor tho mother of and Ireland, which have never ac- iuiiu, iiu,u utrcii aiJtruuiub tut? wccfi McDermott, twenty-seve- n visiting relatives in Indianapolis. beloved wife of John McDermott, God, who will intercede for us knowledged the right of England to street, 447 North Twenty-eight- h her Divine Son. Miss Kittle Stanton spent tho wero held Wednesday morning from rule them, ho left free to set up week-en- d with Mrs. Thomas Bennett St. Cecilia's church. Deceased was their own governments In their own at Pewee Valley. THE A. P. A. REVIVAL. way. held In high esteem toy many friends (Besides the BAPTISTS PROTEST. Miss Mary TImony, of Danville, and acquaintances. an infant child Now that the dangers of war are husband she leaves has been spending the week with over tho bigots nro up to their old Tho Western Recorder, the offl- - Miss Durrett Oglesby. at Prestonia. and her mother, Mr. Ann Welsh. tricks. A. P. A. lodges, to bo known cial organ of the .Baptists In Ken-- j ; Sunday morning doath's hand was Mr. and Mrs. James Hannon, of as tho "Sons and Daughters of tucky, objects .to Baptists being ,mve sold tho,r homo laid upon John Soeder at his home, H,Uop Court Washington," nre being organized in classes as Protestants and says: an,i moved to tho Highlands. 1019 Lampton street. For years ho had been active as a Catholic Knight tho Eastern States. Tho organizers "Baptists wero doing business for Mrs. Fiank O'Connor, who has of Ameiica and in fraternal circles admit that tho principal object is to the Lord long before Luther and an earnest worker In Holy Trin public Protestantism were born. It Is a been spending some time in Indian- - and parish. keep Roman Catholics out of lty His funeral took place returned home. office, as they claim Catholics are pity that some Baptists havo so lit-- , avMatM Wednesday morning with requien dangerous to tho Government. But tie respect for their terminology as Miss Charlotte Bryne, of Indlanap-t- high mass, attended by anany of his fellow workmen and associates, who they do not explain why these enebo willing to be classed as Pro- - "s. has been spending the week-en- d wiin mra. i . i. iujiui, ui .uuiiwuj will miss him from thejr ranks. mies of tho country came forward in testants." Com t. such largo numbers in all branches Noonan, widow of Mrs. Alice of the service during the recent war. THIS RINGS TRUE. Mrs. J. E. Kane, for years a resi- Thomas Noonan, dlqd Wednesday at nor do they mention the deeds ot dent of Portland, left' last week for her home. 622 North Twenty-thir- d It you feel secure In tho posses New Orleans, where she will make street. She was a charter inomber tho Knights of Columbus or our of St. Cecilia's church and was fully priest chaplains. Wouldn't It be in- Bion of your property, you owe that ner home. prepared for the final summons. She teresting on the other hand to have sense oi secure iu our uvveiuuiouui Mf an(1 Mrg John Kenncdy and Is survived by three sons. William, your liomo is protecieu irom .ur, ami Mrs. W. O. Dannehold mo Thomas and James Noonan, and a a little sketch of tho war activities it of Forrest, the organizer, and his dancer through tho night, tho Gov- -, tored to Lexington to spend tho daughter, Miss Ellen Noonan. Funweek end. eral services with requien mass wote dark lantern bigot associates when ernment provides the protection. held Friday morning. If you enjoy life without fear ot our country needed men? M,gses Keg,na and Henrletta Ev. is because er8 thugs and murderers, it o ave returnel home after Mrs. Margarot nolchert, widow of party as guests tho late Gen. Michael Relchert and THE PUBLIC TURNS. Government's guardians are on tending a woek-en- d widely known In German Catholic at Purdue University. fluty. circles, passed away Saturday at tho It is pleasing to note that the If your sister, your mother, your Mp nn(J Bachi who home of his daughter, Mrs. W. R. public at largo Is disgusted with wife, unescorted, can walk the ,lved on Grand Boulevard, Lattls, 2723 South Third street, tho matrimonial episodes of Douglas streets without being injured or in- - formerly have moved Into their new home at death resulting from old age. BeFairbanks Mary Plckford, Charlie suited, It Is because ot our Govern- - 1202 South Third street. sides Mis. Lattls, ho leaves another Chaplin and others ot tho film fa- mon daughter, Mrs. T Crone. The George Schulz has returned Mrs. ', took place" Monday morning vorites, press and public throughout And yet, as the Catholic Tele- - from Detroit and will be with Mr. from Holy Name church, Rev. John the country souring fnst on the pro- graph points out, there is a faction and Mrs. Jacob Schulz until they go O'Connor celebrating the requiem fessional divorcees. It Is pleasing of our population which is Intent out to their country homo. high mass. to note' that none of the local movie upon tho overthrow ot this Govern-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Post announco n years John E. Mlttel, houses have featured any of tho mont o . ours. There Is another fac- engagement of their niece, Miss old, died Saturday evening at his abovo sinco tho recent divorce scan- Hon, which occasionally seoks to in- - tho Elizabeth Fox, to Mike Kiefer. Tho home, 821 South FWteenth street, dal In which Fairbanks, Plckford tlmidato our governmental officials, wedding will take place in Juno. following an illness of several ' and Chaplin featured. survived by his and to coerce them into granting GertrudTrl7nn, who has weeks. Ho Is Mary Mittel, three special exemptions or privileges dot- - beon tho Buest of Mrs H B Mon. widow, Mrs. HYPOCRITICAL ENGLAND. Norton, Mrs. rimental to tho Interests of our tague, has returned to Ann Arbor, daughters, Mrs. A. JI. Miss Eleanor Frank Schank and Mich., where she is attending school. Mittel, and four sons, England's new Ambassador to citizenry at large. J. H J. E E. Your duty our duty, the duty of this country serves notice that the announces F., and Carl tMlttel. Funeral serand people in all good, patriotic citizens is plain. Ul0 marriaBe of er daughter, Miss vices wore held Monday morning Irish, with requiem high mass at St. Petquit nosing into Wo should stand loyally and de- - Nellie E. McGIll, to Elbert G. this country must Government, hoite. The wedding took place Feb- - er's church. behind the or discussing England's affairs in - ruary Ireland. Ambassador Geddes for- Let us glvo it our earnest, unflagWONDERFUL BATTERY. support. Thus only can we gets that his own hypocritical na- ging Miss Graco O'Connor and Wallaco at St. tion has never followed this course, dofend our altars and our fires.- Craven, who were married wedding of A. R. Morris & Co., underwriters the O. K. Giant Battery Company as her criminal history in India, Thus only can wo assure tho pro- James' church, are on their "V '1U of Gary. Ind., have opened an office tectlon of those near and dear to us. SSYourt1"15 " South Africa, China and other at 124 South' Fourth street, and are 3hcwlng for the first time the O. If John Bull had Thus only can wo avoid th6 tyranny places shows. Misses Sarah A. Hourigan, Mary K. Giant ibattery, a dry'recharigable kept out of other peoples' affairs it and the horrors of the Bolshevism, and Catherine that will revolutionize tho woujd havo been a happier world that is making a hell out of Russia, and Margaret Ross the first of the battery business. Harry W. Rollins, McCarthy returned battery today, as the abovo countries could week after an enjoyable trip to electrical engineer for the Appereon GEDDES VV TO TRICKS. testify. Mammoth Cave. Brothers Automobile Company, mado test of , . ,... under an oxhaustlvewith the this dry storThose who are not up to the .n artv age .battery, most satisfac UTTERLY DISHONEST. will, on tlie auspce3 0f the Entertainment tory results. He continued the tests trlcks of British diplomats While strikes are to bo deplored reading tho "statement" of . Sir Committee of the Visitation Home- In every form possible, each, with Tuesday arternoon and even- the same' gratifying result. In sub and some nro not fully justified, tho Auckland Geddes, be ready to con- next "d friends of the Home are mitting a" detailed report Engineer - cludo that he is a very progressive tendency on tho part of tho capital"I have conducted Invited. Rollins says: 1st press to brand as BolsUevlkl or gentleman nnd the bosom friend of tests on a great many batteries, but jir- an,i Mrs. Peter Bahr an- - I consider this an exceptional reI. W. W. or plain Anarchists those the uociuess or lioerty ner&ou. in who try to bettor their speaklng of Ireland, Sir Auckland nounce the engagement of their cord." Among the aneclal 'features workmen daughter, Miss Elsey Mario Bahr, to of tho battery nre first, being a dry economic outlook by means ot the cays that tho Intention Is "o leave Louis J. Connolly, of Minneapolis. battery, It does not havo to be filled Now irishmen In Ireland to grapplo with Minn. The wedding will take placo with distilled water; second, It will seems to be growing. strike, not freoze; third, will not corrode this Is utterly dishonest, and It Is their own political difficulties." and (n June stand or Sltlnlmito t'" t1t0i: fnnrU, not wise. Men who are conscious he naively nsks outsiders to course1 Thq, marriage of Miss Anna May can not bo overcharged or short clr-of no crime will resent being put in aside and" not Interfere. Ot fifth, Ores a SStaS culted; and so will lve more Intense will he does not call tho bogus home tho crlnilnal class, but more three to live passed tho sec- - day morning at St. James church, spark miles per gallon of gas. they resent the interference of the rulo bill "which, has more ofQclat-wa- y police power of the State or nation ond reading" a measuro that In any the Rev. Father Earl Wlllett by Interferes with the process of Ing. The ceremony was HOWLING GREEN. to penalize their efforts to Improve "urappling with their own political the'lr condition. This does not make JIIss Mary Paulino Hazel, of for respect of tho law, and If any difficulties." Not at all. That bill j0,m sandman. Bowling Green, and Charles A. Lee, was designed, ho says, "to place largo class of tho community has Jr., of Plalnfleld, N. J., wore marGeorge F. Ruf, pressman for the ried on Friday of last week at tho reason to believe that It Is being fairly and squarely on to shoulders' Times, and Miss rectory of St. Joseph's church, discriminated against and not get- of Irishmen in Ireland tho constltu- - Louisville Bowling Green, Rev. T. J. Hayes, responsibility ot finding for Sglon ting a squnro deal in accordance the pastor, performing tho ceremony. tho framework of aat gaturday at St. Louis JJertrand Tho bride Is a daughter of William with the letter and spirit of tho con- thomaolvos within Hazel, of Louisville. stitution tho result will be turmoil tho British Empire the solution of church, tho Very Rev. Father 't political difficulties." Now nan, O. P., performing tho and a class war that may bo fatal PLEASANT RUKPKISE. that a neat bit of propaganda? mony. After tholr redding trip to to the nation. In these days of InCatnDhUnVh852NslithhsyheTb1yl gives the whole show dustrial unrest it Is not a. wiso pol- However. It Miss Sallle Roberta Thompson, who has been critically 111 for three icy to push thoso on whom the away, although Sir Auckland did 6treet. months and Is now convalescing at economic burdens weigh most heav- not Intend it to do so. Ireland's Louisville was largely represented her homo at Prestonia, was given a they should one difficulty is tho "framework of ily to tho wall at least delightful surprise last weok, the British Empire." Sho does notlm New York uity tno past weoK, most alio was paid a special visit by be allowed to retain their emong tho many visjiors Deing mr, when want to be within, but outsldo Qnd Mfg Ke McCann, Mr. and her classmates, Misses Catherine that framework, which has almost Mrs R H jones, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. OBrien, MaTy Wilder, Margaret crushed out 'her life. Sho has al- - Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Baker, Kheely, Mary Catharine Ross and FRIEND OF ENGLAND. ready found the itrue solution of Mr. and Mrs,. A. C. Poulton, Miss Virginia Blanford. Stolz, ' Louis Wilson has proven him- her political rfifri.iiiMi in. aa Irish Rulh c Bower, Mrs. M8ara. R. Burke, President MAKE ALL LAUGH. B WoaveJ.( j. - Mrfl Morris, W, L. Mapother. J. M. self to bo tho best friend England Republic and she only asks that out- E Press J. E. Moody, avr tote had this is the opinion ot sldors do not interfere. Let the Scott,E. H. N. Buckley, p. Iinoaee, L. The AssociatedIreland, correspond-eiv- t cables that at Belfast, D. Yry unbiassed student of recent Gedde gang get out and there will. Jr., JonKins, Raffel, E. a. iirauoiauu, a special force of detectives boarded u. htotory. Tho "fourteen points" were be no political difficulties to settle. O. C. Wall, inoimis and Mrs. J. H. tho Anchor Lln Steamer Columbia Lieut, on her arrival at Morille on Tuesthrows over to please England, and Gray, Mrs. Clarence E. Smith. The Civic Journal, edited by H. day, and minutely Inspected tlie pi and w ot weaker nations and and th&lr pasenorts. It Is Duy.al Dlnford, has made lbs appearSTUDENTS DON OVERALLS. reported Iftey were searching for lm- outcome ot the war ance and should make a. Ux Mkt of tie Rrandlag as "jelly beans" "heir Prof. Bamoan de Valera. ,Prsl- wbtok It woe gives tb aepeet of preseion upon 'the reading public. fallow members who refused to fol deat of the Irish Republic, whom uxMftriM mmuni in Mwfalar Brit- - It is, heralded m a monthly ex low tklrteea students the authorities' ewpected waa oh bftMrial bMadwiee far aflftld, poaeat ot elvic Aaveltymmt of Af tba jHHier elaM ot the. depart- -' board. A skaHar iwetlHoK took Mi Second-CU- ii 319-32- 1 moonlight May 13 Columbia Athletic Club, etfcurslpn on Island NEW HOPE. Is Destiny Shaping His Course for the White House ? career of James Cox, typifying, as it docs, the opportunity that America holds out to men of merit and courage, suggests that the finger of DESTINY has touched him. THE I AT EttZ? 1 aV llko administration of government, (or bettor working- conditions for men, women and children, for wider social service, for increased educational facilities, for Improved roads and for - greater aid to farmers. Iti...iv rir,,-f,v.r- I bUuiuii"i ,.,..., ""i i..i! 17' A ' PJ JTSE ty-fitt- li SOGIETY. Ills course is tho course that tho American Genius, which In every crisis produces a stalwart leader, always lins marked out for those accorded her favOr. " His career shows her handiwork. Horn and reared on a farm, then a newsboy, then a printer's devil, then a reporter, then nil editor, then n publisher, then Congressman, then Governor ulmt Is tho next logical step? Doesn't It seem that tho path DESTINY has marked out for him leads to tho open door of tho White House? , He Has Squarely Met Every Trial. he faced conditions INusual first flood.caused disastrous his term un- by In Ids second term he was confronted with tho great problems a World War brought. In his third term ho lias been called on to solve tho big questions of Reconstruction. And he has met every trial in the way men whom tho finger of DESTINY has touched have always met them. GOVERNOR JAJIES M. COX. You can picturo tho kind of man he Is uhen he says: "Tho less government wo have, consistent with Kufcty to Ilfo nnd property, tho better for both happiness nnd morals." Arc these not the words of n normal, aggressive American, tho kind or man who can bo depended on to rcstoro our country to normal conditions in n normal American way? self-respe- ct Destiny Picks Democracy's A Courageous Candidate. Is a candidate whose record as n votc-gcttis KNOWN. Kentucky Democrats, DESTINY has picked your candidate. Administrator Needed Now. present nbnormnl conditions. Elected Governor of Ohio In 1012, he changed tho old order or things nnd made Government responsive and effectual, as well as orderly and efficient. When the Steel Strike was disturbing tho nation, ho maintained peace nnd order, upheld tho right of frco speech, and prevented property damage, nnd this without tlie use or n single boldlcr. Directly through his cffort.n, capital and labor were brought together in common understanding and ho held after a trying situation the confidence and respect or both employer and cm-ploj- e. H EKE be-f- or he record shows peculiarly fitted for HISscrtlco required that the under Three times elected Governor of a normally Republican State. Twice elected to Congress by big majorities. With nothliiR In Ids record that should n'.lcnatc a single Democratic vote. With much in his record that should command thousands of Independent hnd Republican otcs. Sncccssful lu business, with the confidence of both labor and capital. Sprung from the holl, with mi abiding appreciation of the problems or farm life. Kentucky Democrats' Opportunity. Democrats, your .opportunity , to get behind the candidacy ot a man who has shown by Ids record that lie is worthy and Hint ho can win, the man who. sccmlngljv DESTINY lias picked for your candidate, Mill come nt '2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon. May 1. Attend tlie mass conventions In your county seats at that tlmo and urge tho naming or or character and delegates standing who WU sec that Kentucky's votes In tho National Convention are cast for James M. Co.t. o I all elemers. DESTINY'S candidate will draw strength from When a seed corn famine threatened farmers with great loss, he obtained a supply at n fair price and prccntcd .profiteering nt the expense or our basic Industry. no sponsored modern laws, providing from more business- - crowing of these game birds IU bo music nur ears in Wednesday morning, November r. , Do this jour part and tlie , at-th- State Headquarters Rooms lt 2 and 3, Tenth Floor, The Seelbach, Louisville, Ky. fun-or- al I "CARRY THE COUNTRY WITH COX" -- irollticnl Ad. rtisement. I fifty-seve- BASEBALL Satisfaction In Eyeglasses May 6 7, 8 and 9, I ll LOUISVILLE vs. ( Ellzal)e-nT7oi- Irlsh-America- ps INDIANAPOLIS on 2- - Slim ealtal it 3 o'clock. salt at Buschemejrer's. Rsitnti Seats now Give your boy Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies tho wearer that ho rccomendd our service to his friends. We guarantee complete satisfaction. 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Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 508-51- 0 J. .iH. JHJpSJpM BrfiHEmfwlyiJcpKM SfiSMsBBsstSPflfS BttBBBVBBte23 testes M M. BUCKNER WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE SOUTH WENZEL ST. TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET KENTUCKY BEST sHK30bBI'w1B service Tradewater Nut HTCT!"3if9i Jellico Lump HSi&2''2(V&SjUBH BEASON-VUHKillEifEK- Both Phones 4202 $5.75 $5.75 $7.00 ABLE West Virginia Lump $7.00 HHHWHSH FBXOES Straight Creek Lump $7.00 DR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds FITTED GLASSES Tradewater Lump JOHN B. O'LBARY & CO. Nat. Jewelry & Leather Shop Headquarters for 607 WEST WALNUT ST. FARM PROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatre AND OTEY IN TOWN ON DIASo us about anything In real CHEAPEST WATCHES, RINGS, MONDS, state. We aell. buy and rent. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. TRUNKE, ETC. Home Phone City 4464. sBsBsBsBH sBHsBsi tHB - SB I ttBtMalifvr fSWff? yBBwPM"E PfM faBMssllsHlsflB JHlBsHBBHBKBLfr laPflMK sfr n$ fi & Sf1bbsBsb 315 Starka SaUdia. Tliirk Floor Fourth and Walnut Plioao City 1 ISO OPTROMETRIST, THE Delivered Anywhere. Stamps Free. Trading FRANKEL COAL CO. THE SIGN OF QUALITY HIghl'nd 7413 East 180 ICENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. BBflflfitt CjBBL IjBBBjKfBfcw- fiflBSHsBB9CSE!flflBBV&OL'4BBSsBlB PRICES Twelfth and Wilton LOWEST City 2G10 South 273 SEE POOLEY FOR MONHY. Loans to those having regular no publicity or salary, with housekeeper tape. Loans to r red personal security. b their P. R. POOLEY, Building, Seem 1, Courier-Journ416 S. Fourth Street al THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phono, Shawneo 802 LAY CORNER STONE FOR INDUSTRIES FAIR BUILDING. Queen WUhelmlna, of" Holla nd, and her daughter, Princess Juliana, arriving the foundation stone lor the permanent building of Holland Industries Fair. CITATION AWARDED Incorporated 012-01- 4 at Utrecht to lay Underbill St. Ceo. Doarborn Manager "SOUTHERN STAB" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle la the ROOFINGrGUTTERING, SPOUTING Nogales, Ariz., who served for more Morulas" than two years on the Mexican Tin Roofs Repaired and nintcu Asphalt Shingles a Specclalty HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE border with the troops as a Knights HENRY GOSS The Rev. G. C. Van Goethem, of WHEN f ot Columbus chaplain and later in 2011 WEST BROADWAY LOUISVILLE PROVISION Incorporated France, has been cited by George C. GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO Rickard, commander of the 112th Pennsylvania infantry, of the XnoorporaU. DEAD ANIMALS Col. Rlcknrd apdivision. A. Lazar, Manager parently has been under the impresCASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST Money Advanced on Your Plain Kett sion that his citation had long ago (been delivered to the priest because 812 West Jefferson Street Call Home Phone City 721: he had It written almost one year (Second Floor) Cumb. Phone Main 721. ago. Recently Father Van GoeCity 2967. them, who was a real "buddie" with LOUISVnjIjE RENDERING CO. Home Phone the men of the Keystone division, whidh went through somo of the HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORHS JNO. P. MORTON & CO. hardest lighting at tho Argonne and Meuse offensive and thon towards INCORPORATED All Klndfl of Footwear For the Sedan, Is praised in the following Wholo Family Established 1820 - - Louisville, Ky. communication accompanying the Two HAMBLY'S Stores OFFICE OUTFITTERS "Your untiring energies on the Shaw. 1716 Stgth and Portland. the billet or K&rk Utltt, Pres. CHILDREN ARE STARVING. PRINTERS battlefield, Inyou, wnetner wherover City 7164 STATIONERS 18th and Magazine duty called with tne NEILL-L- A J. O. Jftoob. Sec aad Ttm. Through tho good will of Rev. PBOFXOS'3 FBOVXDE1TS ASSOCIATION dead, the wounded, the Hick or well, L. GRAUMAN A GO. irrespective of whether It was a incorporated Father Linus Braun, Prof. Molen- Cltlxess Jew, Catholic or Gentile, or Just an Was Organised toy Incorporated graft and the entire St. Boniface to Make ordinary Methodist like myself, iwor Oculists' Prescriptions. , X, O A X 8 choir they will again repeat, the splendid. So far as I could see INCORPORATED SMleffs la AU Xtadx of WITN THC tad ONE THIS MONTH START you worked In tho Interest of hu On Parnltur and Other Personal tor rixtvxw, lifM, Cash ! COMPANY pleasing opera, "Tho Lass of Lim Property at Bhov Ouh, Oott&fcttv, manity, doing what was possible for SOUTHERN OPTICAL erick Town," at Turner Hall, Floyd I.OWXSX SATES MILL AND snolvtoff, me. rWOOBPOBATED you to do, both spiritually and phyand Boradway, Sunday night, tor Louisville Bank COLEMAN BUILDING 610 WEST aCAXST UTMMMX sically, and by these traits and your the benefit of the hungry and starvFourth and Chestnut. JEFFERSON disregard S. E. COn. THIRD AND FACTORY SUPPLIES ing children of Austria and GerHomo Phono, ty ltt for personal safety or Both Phones 2888 Fourth and Central AtChhb, many. The general admission will comfort not only won my heart, but seventy-fiv- e bo cents. Already the affection of every officer and Wo Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Hone Phone, City 4300Main 3580-children have been sent to Italy man who came in contact with you Kuuocr anu Paper Stock Cumb. Phone, Watch Crystals Fitted 90c from Vienna alone through the good In tho performance of your duties. Watch and Jewelry Repairing Influence of Pope Benedict and sev"RICKARD, Oolonel, LOUISVILLE WASTE eral thousand children have been HubbuchSr.& Son "112th Inf. 28 Div." The Radius Jewelry Shoj MATERIAL 00. sent from Vienna to each of tho Directors Scandanavian countries, Denmark, 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVB. Dealers In 3 HEBREWS INVITE PRIEST. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Norway and Sweden. ' Next to Rex Theater Embalmers. Home Phone, City 1109 WALL PAPER AND RUGS For the first time In tho history Open Evenings Until 9 P. M. Rati AND I 1RH QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY of tho Hebrew Union College of CinTelephone 1022 FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., cinnati, the foremost seminary of Next week there will bo three 1196.1128 WEST MARKET ST. gatherings of Interest to members of City 8GG West 8C6 Home Phono, City 834 Judaism In the United States, an intho Queen's Daughters. Tuesday vitation was extended to a Catholic 2582 Main City 2582 there will bo a meeting of the Board & JOHN B. RATTERMAN priest to address .the members of the Roofing Co. ot Directors, and on Wednesday tho senior class on a Catholic topic. This M. J. STRIEGEL & CO. retiring Board ot Directors will give City Elevator and Warehouse Roofing, Guttering and gpoitiag unique invitation was extended to j KY. I an Informal reception and tea to all Incorporated SKYLIGHTS AND GALVANIZHD Hay, Grain and Feeds the Rev. Joseph Reiner, S. J., reFUNERAL DIRECTOR IRON WORK the members and their friends at tho MEN AND gent of tho School of Commerce and FINE CLOTHES FOR The Home of "Quality Feeds" ROOF REPAIRING AND YOUNG MEN Sociology of St. Xavier College, Cin- FIRE. 10HD0 BONDS homo of Mxs. J. O. Murphy, 1205 Willow avenue, from 5 to 6 o'clock. 128 N. FOURTH ST. AND 2114 WEST MARKET STREET cinnati. On tho suggestion of tho PAINTING A SPECIALTY Furnishings and Caps The regular monthly meeting takes 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. S. E. Cor. Reutliager and Straek authorities of tho Hebrew Union I 398 Ciiy place Friday afternoon at Knights 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland College, Father Reiner will speak Telephone j 593 Mahm of Columbus Hall, when Mrs. John to the young men who will be or60 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em West 1107a. Dixon, President of the Humane So on Pope Leo's dained rabbis in June ciety, will deliver tho principal ad Encyclical, "On tho Condition ot dress. aCata 3216-- 7 Labor" and the bishops' programme OKy till. of social reconstruction. FEAST OF ST. PAUL. HERE IN JUNE. The feast ot St. Paul of the Cross was observed by tho Passlonlst fathAL. S. SMITH, PROP. great Archbishop Mannix, tho ers ot the Sacred Heart Heart Re"TH FMESrN THE WORLD Australian prelate, will sail for San treat with solemn and Impressive on May The ceremony Wednesday morning at the IX)UI8VnAKl Francisco on hid way19. Rome. Arch717-7B. OBSbOTNTJT bishop is Tho to monastery on the Newburg road. LET ME) S esteem in which ho Is held waa reSolemn high mass was sung at 9 cently demonstrated when his friends o'clock, when Rev. George Schuh- purse of $250,000. offered him a mann, D. D., of St. John's church, - Dr. Mannix declined the testimonial, V BOTH PHONES 810 x; preached a powerful and eloqueat adding that he had made it a rule of sermon. Devotions and benediction life never to accept & monetary prewith the Blessed Sacrament took SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. sentation. "When my time comes," place In tho afternoon at 3 o'clock, 1529 WEST MARKET STREET said Dr. Mannix, "I hope sot to have many making this the occasion for a penny." The position of Dr. Mangaining the Portluncula Indulgence. nix on conscription, labor and the Irish question has made him the COVINGTON. most beloved man in Australia. A very largely attended and sucWELFARE COUNCIL. cessful mission, has been in progress hte week at St. Ann chu.rch, CovCUMBERLAND MAINTsl-- y 5 SMMUCFHONKSe ington. It was. eeadHcted by Rev, Next Wednesday delegates from more than thirty great Catholic so J. L. Flnerty, O. P., ot the St. Louie cieties will meet In Chicago, called Bertrand. mtsetonary baad, and. will 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, by Blehoc Sohrembs, of Toledo., who close with special eerrtfle' tesserraw Is ChatrMui'bf the.' DepartmeaT'of evening, Lay Organisation et the National CatholU Welfare OftainMl. Louis LARGE WAR FORCE.. ville wUi.be xprMsrtet by COL P. juuat fib total H. CHk sad Mlemer tlsssrt T. murtssg Burke, fttdtnatlotui. saw ttat ta Vfer TS the jijoui fjondon It ts ortlwl that 4,090.786. la TfM Werld conference win be entered Into with American aiimy y port of the took jpssrt tn mretve major Qaeenatown is again greac enthusiasm by Catholic laymen Cuaard Stosasshlp Lln of America. CO. twenty-eighth The annual picnic for tho benefit Designs & Estimates Furnished South of the Ohio Bivor of the St. Vincent and St. Thomas IN BLOW OF ANYTHING Establlabea 1858 Orphan Homes will bo given on WORKS Monday, July 5, as the Fourth this Mechanical Air Engineers year falls on a Sunday. Tho Catho- BOURBON STOCK YARD Manufacturers and Erectors ot lic Ohphan Society invites all the parishes, whether thoy have, a DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM COMPANY Or a Religious Book, See the We Make a Specialty ot Pipe branch society or not, to help make Incorporated tho affair a bigger success this year Work for Rogers Church Goods Co. than ever before. Owing to Society Q. AX, BXBOK, General Manager tho H, HEATING &' VENTILATING C. L. and the fact that tho 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. Jolinson and Main Streets ZSOOBFeSATBS is tuning care of more children than LOUISVILLE, KY. ever, more money Is needed. George LOUISVILLE, KY. 120 S; Fourth, JLoHlsville, Ky. ti. Naber, tne President, has called the first meeting for Monday night Borne Phone 2GG0 NATIONAL HATTERS PERFECT FITTING at s o'ciock at tne K. of c. Homo, Fourth and York, and hopes to have SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES a largo attendance at this prelimi- Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. 32(.WEST JEFFERSON STRUM1 nary meeting so that the commitDYERS AND GLEANERS tees may b,e quickly formed. Everybody is invited. Don't think you are CALL FOR AND DELIVER. not needed, as you may be the link necessary to complete the chain. 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. Home Phone, City 1931 in NEED ORPHAN PICNIC. Best Livestock Market LIBERTY Church Goods Line PIPE oo mMi DENTIST 900-90- VIELLE Weekly Savings Club "Well-taiow- n SUPPLY CO. South tr, 50,-0- 00 A Joseph H.B0SSES0N Funeral and. 001-00- 600 J. BROAT,WA,V Oscar Farmer Sons Pearce LOUISVILLE, D. and Embalmer L. DirectorBAJS Funeral GRAN W. SMITH'S SON I Director and Embalmer 0C4aetXsallU H t Funeral I THOMAS KEEN AN..IMJK:B3SAX yisftlrw) BIRBCTOR.. silfeeeslitessiefll 4tHWWl'W"Mti IIHI11IMIMI11IIIIHMM mvmvvvmvvvv1vvv J, J. BARRETTS SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT nmtmivvwvv0irtAAWAAw Xajfc amain. !'. a Funeral Directors and Embalmers i both; xnco:pa$. UMiiiinniiiiiiiimiiminiimimiiiiMMm . isreopxjoErsr AMJ&&X&ASZ.. 3 Pivot o Poise Passed the law, for the moment threaten the very liberty of the Nation. Labor Unions urge limited production at a critical moment when it is man's duty to himself and his God to work as he never worked before. The whole world is crying for the products of the factories, the farms and the mines. Labor Unions number not 5 percent of the population of the country, yet they insist that you be deprived of the right to work unless you "carry a card" and help tribute to the walking delegate and the strike organizer. Is it any wonder that citizens of Louisville in overwhelming numbers, insist on the "Open Shop," where the honest workman can go to his work in the morning without fear of being carried home on a shutter in the evening? EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF LOUISVILLE INCORPORATED Labor Unions have perhaps done some useful things. Even today their ranks number many unmen of unassailable honesty-'-anthinkable thoughtlessness. But Labor Unions have gone too far. They have passed the Pivot of Poise. Reckless strikes, bold defiance of law and vicious attacks on the makers of d Stop thatn Diriywoi mM3w.mmm I The Alemife High Pressure Lubricating System HaHr CdeansJhen Lubricates Positive lubrication of your car obtained in from 10 to IS minutes JUllsJim in.; s V The Alemite High Pressure Lubricating System Forces the Grease Under Five Hundred Pounds g Bearing. Pressure Into L :y Close-Fittin- jm w f.asy - surf M ix WEB VflflM mm Thousands of autos and trucks aro now being- lubricated the Alemite way no soiled hands and clothes no dirty, disagreeable work. The old fashioned grease cup3 are replaced by ball check nipples hence Why YOU Should Look Into ALEMITE By equipping your car with the Alemite High .Pressure Lubricating System you savo from one and one-hato two hours each time you lubricate your car. lf to lubricate nearly so Often. Because of the thorough results obtained, it is not necessary A Partial List of Manufacturers Who Have Standardized the Alemite High Pressure Lubricating System Anperson. Dodge. Acme. a It ron. Diamond T. Dcnbj Duplex. Because you can quickly and conveniently do it yourself, you need not rely on a garage to grease your car. You can eliminate annoying squeaks and rattles which detract from the pleasure of motoring because you can tighten all bearings yet bo assured of thorough lubrication. The Alemite High Pressure Lubricating System will quickly pay for itself. The cost is nominal. We can equip YOUR car or truck in a few hours. Phone or write for estimate, giving year and model of car or truck, or call and see us. Grant. JIuniuobtlc. LitFayettc. Pierce Arrow. Premier. Iteo. Sci'ipps-Uootl- i. Stevens-nurye- a. King. Locomobile. Federal. General Motors. international. Locomobile-Hiker. I'arkcr. Pierre-Arro- Master. Master. Seidell. Willis "0." Slinw Tnxlcnbs. White. And 50 More We Could Name ALEMITE LUBRICATOR CO. 543 SOUTH THIRD STREET OPEN EVENINGS PHONE- S- Main 1433, City 1831 REOTXAIi. Lovers of music were afforded a delightful treat In the recital eivea by the pupils of Presentation Academy In the school auditorium. The programme was classical, consisting of piano, harp and. vocal selections from famous composers, including Beethoven, Chopin, Brahms, Schubert, Verdi and the other masters. Each number was interpreted with a gracefulness and depth of feeling not usually exhibited by juvenile musicians and drew appreciative from the audience. The academy's department of music is renowned throughout the city, and this recital, the second of a series, reflects glory on Its teachers and pupils. Rev. father Francis J. Smith closed the programme with a few and appropriate rewell chosen marks on the subject of music in genoral. ap-pla- us m Kentucky Democrats, You Are Entitled to Express $ Your Preference any union labor leaser about But you have but one chance to do Governor Cox and he will tell you so. that no man or group control Mm, that You have been called to meet In he Is always on the square. mass conventions In your county seats Ask the business men of Ohio and at 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, May they will tell you that he understands 1, for the purpose of registering your business problems and that he has choice. courage and ability for any emergency. Neglecfthe opportunity thus offered, send your county delegates without In structlons, and your one chance to ex. Ohio's erclse your sovereign right of saying In THOS. J. DOLAN WITH HVc 'isllfl sSfls?' jBBBJ V TJ. fsssssssl BBBsfBBBMPI Carpenter & Dudley Fire Insurance Hame Phona CHy 8472 flrt (raft . Res. Horn Shawnea Employers' 2000-- J b. W. Cor. 3d & Mam Boiler, Tornado, ... -- . Liability, Burglary, Automobile, UJ 2 Workmen's Compensation Law a Specialty. $ rf'a.TTvm VJTJtJJJU you have a choice for the Democratic nomination for President, you are entitled to ex press it, Kentucky Democrats. IF Always Tm JL-L. Am JCJL.JL. A Perfect Roof at the Cost of Shingles . On the Square McGEARY DRUG STORE SECOND AND CHESTNUT j: TAKES BUIDE SOUTH. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Menne announce the marrlago of their lovely and accomplished daughter, Miss Catherine Menne, to Bert Frank Cogglns, of Canton and Atlanta, Qa., on Saturday, April 24, at high noon. The ceremony was performed by the Kev. John H. Riley, pastor of St. Francos of Rome church, at the who will be your standard-beare- r home of the bride In Kenllworth, on November has slipped away. the Brownsboro road. After an extended tour Mr. and Mrs. Cogglns will make their home In Atlanta. "WAS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Cumb. 0102 1111. '. AAAAAAAAAAKKXfiKXnXAAAHAAHAAXAAAAAAAAAAAATC . j: Are Needled Votes Go to the mast convention in "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," VfTILL you delegate your franchise your county seat at 2 o'clock SatLast Sunday was a memorable to a few men In the crisis which day for large membors of children confronts your party and your country urday afternoon, May 1, and se"TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." who or win you assert your of St. Martin's congrogatlon, prerogative as lect as your delegates representa receivhad the double happiness of a citizen and ing their first holy communion in your leader? a Democrat to choose tive forward-lookin- g Democrats, Both Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. the morning from the hands of their That you may be able to register who bold good government and bepastor, Rev. Francis Folten, and ing confirmed in the afternoon by your choice intelligently these facts the interest of the party parthe Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue. about the candidate Ohio Democracy T. (J. MORROW, Manager. J. MoTIGHE, Asst. Mgr. boys has put forward, as a man whom the amount to all else, and instruct In the classes were thirty-fiv- e girls. sad thirty-on- e Genius of America has trained for Just them to support the candidacy Time to Get Out Your Car Spring I. Here and this hour, are presented. of Governor James M. Cox. PARISH SOCIAL. ClHIiDREN'S BAY. Exercise Your Prerogative electoral OHIO'S year: Cox ' far Democracy. votes are needed can swlao them Byrne .!.. Speed Coal Corporation Illll. INCORPORATED distinction and beauty to any building. Never has failed to give perfect, permanent satisfaction. Comes in three beautiful patterns Red, Green and Silver Gray. Ask us for samples of tie Art Craft, and get an estimate for your house. The Art Craft Roof wiH save you aaoacy, Incorporated. 1312 Bttuica BuOdtec This guaranteed weatherproof rocfis applied right over the old, leaky, expensive, shingled roof, or direct toToof boards on new buildings. Better looking, longer wearing, fire resisting and far more economical than any other roof obtainable. Cannot leak or come oft Wears like iron. Adda ART CRAFT ROOFING CO, W-Jjai-- train 4A4&. ax " a tt JBJMSCIf fis nj. J. SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION NN Ti. RAKF.RY ANH rflNFFfTmNFRV -- Geneva BUsabeth lyn Quire, Mary Womea are entitled to reprer Typically o The ladles of St. Charles parish are going to give their seatation and to express their regular monthly social next Monday h en a fam aight at St. Charles Hall, seer 'but he, preference and are urged to d the convention. and Chestnut. They invite BORN parents," Janiss M. Cex friends to a teaeher, then newspaper re. thir aU a good be present and assure. tine. The social serter, then an edtter, then secretary Let the country know where will begin at 8 o'clock. to a Coffsreseman, then owner ef a Kentucky Democracy stands. prosperous newspaper property, then a CLAM TKBATHR PARTY. State Headquarters, Tenth Fleer The iwMnber ef Censress. m4 then Oev. claw of the Academy The Junior reer ef Owlo the snty Dsmeeratever SseMtteh, LeulevHk, Ky. Lady of Mercy entertained of Our as that sMss thrseitimes. Jetmwn N Camrftw, Chain m Um settlor oUss Saturday afternoon theater party followed by a wit lajufesoa. Those present' were Mary Antoinette Simon, Misses Wizatwth Campbell, Mary iCatherlner, Kelty, Alma Mueaeh, Margaret Bor-roeTwenty-seventat-tentx-sa- A American Career "f Be Sure Your Battery Is In Good Condition. "" INOORFOKATBD 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Phoiie City 0574 IiYON-NEVIT- T STORAGE BATTERY GO. H27 ra Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" X Recharging Six Volts South Third Street. Repairing 40-4- I , $S and 36, Eighteen Months' Guarantee, Twelve Volts, always tired, headaches, whole system affected, eoafort saeritleedT Have your eyes examined, see me at once, doa't delay. I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to the wearer. My prleea are reasonably,, give me a trial and I will eoavlaee ye. Bye '. J Bro-ca- "Cany the Country With Cox" N. L OpitcalPEARLMAN'S 'Kenee Dealer knted. Agency open. Phone City ixfa. Uii Clephas, Eve- Bryant M MHttMM SerriM" Jeweler ud OpUeUa nf ' 828 WEST JEFFlESOir STUK j! ,, j MMMiiMIU KBONCJOKIY XRIKC .AMOBRXOAST. B9BKS $$4W$4- ss&sfs SEND 1 the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED OFFICE AND PLANT, SUMOjgTTjrtjjjWCAtt 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. ffiH0DMMnrraraiM5W COR:M,J!STiOADVAY. Ncwwwccrrj A- Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, We Specialize ir. Ladies Suits, y i FH I pareL M. leathers and Men's Wearing Ap AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK vX.1 I QXTAIErY Jl2? JI SERVICE) AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE SOUTH 2. 6 2. OR CITY 3 4$tW$$$44$$$$ffci Let Electricity Do Your Washing It is a real economy it saves money, time and work. The 1900 Electric Washing Machine is simple to operate. You turn on the switch and the electric power gently, but rapidly, works the suds thoroughly through every fiber of the clothing. fOur time to other things. SCHOOLBOY ORATOR TO PLEAD FOR AID FOR SCHOOLMATES. Coming direct from the famine st rickon districts of Hungary where he has suffered many hardships, Louis Turtletaub, thirteen years old, has volunteered his services to th 0 American Relief Committee for ffljetK Instant Relief and Perma- nent Comfort For Foot Trouble Sufferers V. V Hungarian sufferers. No need to employ a laundress the machine does all the hard vork. It does the washing with surprising speed while you devote This week at our office there is a display of household conducted by the Gas & Electric Shop. work-save- rs Louisville Gas & Electric Company Incorporated 311 West Chestnut Street. The Home Economy Department of the Louisville Gas & Electric Company invites you to call and become informed on the latest appliances for comfort, convenience and economy in the home. MISS GRACE OTTER, Supervisor. Learn To Dance! Teachers of Modrrn BaUram nifiB School Clasa Tuesday 3:30 P. M. Misses Freiberg, t GLOBE TIRES Hlf Ereatae Chws Thursday 8 o'clock KECO s & ZJtterer, Prop. fc "Vh&till to 1!Tan Jactoon Bt pcrta for aukta of ear. Wo bar old eats, aay auLka or condition. iXSfi' UIAH IIIAMONl'f Private Xaatractlnoa By Aiita(- stent. Stadlo Paoar Cltj 7401. nraldrnee Ftaoaa Clir 8389, HOB a. Foerto St., Coraer Foarta ad Oak. O. BAT MORE OF X DE MICHAEL'S DELICIOUS TclcpLoHc City 2103 AND ICE CREAM BRICK CREAM Wo Give n Special PrJco For Parties GIVE US A TRIAL 1551 WEST KENTUCKY STREET Cambt South 9145 Homo, City 1563 mZ'OrtS 'r .oVBODYS CLEAN.. ' cS n. j. MILLER &SON. JLOftjg TO nS ANY OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. FELT HATS CLEANED AND REBLOCKED, 50 CENTS. Hat Cleaning and Blocking Oar Specialty DRYUXmS&EtfOimxG NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS Albert Smith, Prop. 533 WEST MARKET STREET Homo Phono, City 51 Gl FURNITURE MOVING, LONG-DISTAN- HOOVER IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS SUITS MADE ORDER 511 SOUTH l'HIKD ST. Called For and Delivered Res., Shawnee Incorporated 18G3-L Electric Suction Sweeper Suits PACKING FOR City 6910 Sullivan Transfer Co. Co, 1134 AND CRATING SERVICE ALL KINDS OF GOODS Tafel Electric City 985 230 WEST J13FFEKSON Main GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND 'HAYRDDB PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET City 6299 WIELAND-ORUTOHER 419 SOUTH SIXTH STREET City 353G Main 353G CONDITION LWROVIXG. Gen. William B. Haldeman, who underwent a delicate surgical operation at St. Josoph's Infirmary on Tuesday, withstood the shock woll, and his condition is reported favorable and steadily improving, nows that will too welcomed by his world of friends. The operation was performed .by Dre. Irvin W. Abell and Llewellyn Spears. All otf Gen. family wero at the Infirmary, where ho was taken. The paIn ill health for tient anonths. Upon his return, re cently from Florida, where ho had spent the winter, Gen. Haldeman resigned as Democratic National from Kentucky, physicians having forbidden (his attempting to make the trip to the National Democratic Convention. has-.bee- HUTCHINSON BROS. CORNS,BUNIONS fesrtxks Md Main 1146 Awrml Or. Kalis UktmtOi Z. Tri tM Incorporated 00. W!?(.WL. ktmkmKt Hardware, Glass. LItssy Uriah Garford Tracks Columbia Trucks Chiroyodlat 6 EAST MAIN STREET 507 Storing and Repairing. Used Cars Starka BkU41s for Sale. Service Day and Night 124-12- GARAGE Hal-dema- n's Bath Those sev-or- al WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Preston and Ornisby Pntnts, Varnishes, Both Phones J241 C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR.. Manager 456 SOUTH Wo Solicit Your Patronage FIFTH STREET KENTUCKY Oity 0758 Nouth 2377 LOUISVILLE oomrrxT MEAT MARKET ssos otm SCHNEIDER'S an ..... bpzoxaxtt OVERALL GUILD FORMED. Boy pupils of Holy Name school, Third and O streets"; have formed an overall guild and appear in classes in the garments which havo been declared emblematic of the newest thrift (movement Parents of pupils, according to Lucas Kennedy, 3171 Third street, one of the organizers, have attached an economic string to purchase oif overalls for guild mem'bers by exacting a promise that the garments, will be worn tno rest of the school year. CARDINAL BOURNE GALL US FOR NATUROPATH! A. LOSE Oil and Grease away FOR ALL PURP06BS Kestscky Gossamers Oil Company Kentarky LealsvUle -- - -- - - 834 East Market Street CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 One week of warm weather does with a slight cold. Hot baths do the same with a heavy cold. Hot baths (steam or oluctrlc baths) remove any cold before pneumonia or pleurisy, etc., set in. WM. P. BANNON tJOXTRAOTING OMy SJS9 fLASTISIK Curt. I. THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY mvtk tmxsh utmxmt rSS'Vr V'SSrurSmSSSS m aVftAtf BROOK AND BLOOM you to Inspect their Baodera. don lti "2flErm aataAAaaBkl Word bag received in that Cardinal nnrtrne'a rnili. Uon Is mueb proved. The British at the K 1ms been decided, wlM. fee eoa44aed. By Vat!, iels anu lormer Secretry of War ihtricatiV Garrison, taken some time ago on I CASUA N. tho steps of the Navy Bulldinir. In I SPECIALTY X Now Being Reorganized Known ns Washington, D. C. The two officials aro surrounucu by a group of CathSons and Daughters of There is a Scientific Appliance olic priests. Tho caption on this is: Washington. or Remedy for Every Foet "On tho Job. Playing the Game." VaaaaV The Bulletin In all its issues bit111 or Deformity. Consult terly attacks the Knights of Columbus and consistently assails the Pope D. Podiatrist, Foot Specialist New York World Describes Organi- and tho Church of Rome. In one issue thero is a paragraph headed US S.T Mirth, iMtoftvtft, zation of the Now Dark "Irishmen," which reads: Every Irishman Is not a "No. Society. Lantern Roman Catholic. The superstitious, Ignorant Irishman is always a Roman Catholic. The Intelligent Irishman Is always a The Catholics Could Fight For America Protestant Irishmen Protestant. make helped to But Must Not Hold Public the United States what It Is. The (Incorporated) "THE OLD ARMORY" ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF first Roman Catholic church In the Offlcc. United States was not founded until SOUTH SEVENTH STREET after the War of the Revolution to be exact, according to the New AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. York World tho AIL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. SOCIALIST BIGOT AT nEAD. first Roman of Nov. 25, 1919, was Catholic church in 1785. Tho World states started 84COO IPHCMVEJ JVTciixx lO-- S that tho few Catholics then in New City attended mass In a loft The New York World publishes York carpenter over near Barclay the following story of an A. P. A. street.a Tho nameshop the church Is of revival in tho East: They have just celeMystery has attended hero and St. Peters. elsewhere throughout the State tho brated the founding of same." the Great pains 'gumshoe" activities Of tho Sons nnrl "Sons" In theirare taken tobypoint literature Daughters of Washington, an out- - out that Christopher Columbus, a anu-oA. P. A. organization, tho Catholic, did not discover America. members of which on at least two It seems, according to tho version of occasions In Now York City havo ad- the "Sons," that Columbus didn't mitted their principal aim is to We're Prepared to Do It Promptly pet further than San Salvador and Catholics for public ofllco. Tho Style. Indignation of Catholics, acquainted that "tho Pope with his priestcraft and in First-Clas- s camo with tho only slightly with the form and after tho War of foreign omlgrants the Rovolutlon." extent of the propaganda carried on sample of by the organization, haa found ex- of Another mado by tho character appeal tho "Sons" in pression among some members of their Bulletin to arotiBO race prejuthe Legislature, who declare tho dice and religious Intolerance fol"Sons," as It Is termed for short, lows: should bo investigated. "Three hundred years ago tho PilTho high priest of the Sons and Protestant Daughters of Washington, Is Jay W. grims planted tho Today wo flag on Plymouth Rock. the Forrest, once an Albany undertaker, greatest Protestant nation are tho Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, on who has been successively a Pop- face of God's earth. Securo from Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. ulist, Progressive, friend and de- without? Yes! A Napoleon with fender of tho Impeached Gov. Sulzer, tho military chest of Europe nt his chief of tho Pathfinders, arfd a few Dance and Wedding Invitations could not drink out of years ugo the organization, with Sul- back Ohio river. take a Is the But there danzer, of what wero called the "Units," ger? Yes, the Republic is in greata Specialty. an organization, which er danger than It has been at any HOKE PHONE 946. spread into sovpral States. Forrest, time since tho days of Washington, so far as tan be ascertained, is what our sire. Tho enemy Is within our might bo described as "tho wholo gates, mado up of twenty dlfforent 0rk3" of tho Sons and Daughters nationalities, who simnjy use Amerof Washington. The headquarters ica as farmyard beasts, changing one of the organization are 89 South feeding trough for another, carina Manning Boulevard, this city, which nothing for our Institutions or our1 Incidentally is the residence of For- flag. Organized Into various rest. Prospective members are noti- they prostitute our politicians clans,' with ) fied to apply by mall to this address. the. they will vote threat that A pamphlet circulated secretly says against Even going ,o far as them. the membership feo is $2, and in tho to threaten the life of a United following words betrays what pre- States Senator (Senator John Sharp Now Busine33 Management cautions are taken by the "Sons" to Williams, of Mississippi). So strong J MODERATE PRICES guard against the admittance of and bold that the Governor of tho Everything Positively Sanitary "spies." Empire State of the Union during "Send your name and address, the visit of the Prince of Wales along with the name of the church lit to sidestep paying his respectssaw to jou attend, and the societies you the guest of the Nation. Whll6 on belong to. After investigation. If a Sunday night, Nov. 1G, nt tho accepted, membership card will bo mass meeting, held In tho Lexington EXCELLENT FARE duly Issued. If not, money will be Avenue Opera House, In the City of Opposite Court House refunded." New York, men who vote In the A person once admitted to mem- United States and hold ofllco under R. C. STILLWELTj, 10c Lady bership Is given a number, and is tho State were carrying flags of the Business Manager admonished when communicating Irish Republic, tho bastard JCBA1.S SERVED with "headquarters" to refer to him- flag in tho roll call of nations born A, J. 5c by number, and to sign this of Intrigue with the Hun read Ad- Brakfait self 0:00 to 9:30 place of his sig- miral Sim's story of tho Irish In the Sinner .' number to lettors In 11:00 to 2(30 nature. Forrest, as the "Supreme war and demanding that this coun- Sapper '. 0:00 to 7:30 Best Cigars Made Grand Master," assigns the numbers, try free Ireland. and. as fnr as can be ascertained, "On the one hand, the Reds, who 'At Neif to You as tbe Nearest Phone" passes upon the credentials and believe In neither God, man nor the qualifications of all would-b- e mem- devil, tracing their descent through bers. Tho "Sons and Daughters" tho materialistic interpretation of FUNERAL appear to have begun organizing last history to the monkey or tho apt, I We Buy, Sell And summer, although their first would overthrow A. SPRAT $3.00 "lodges" apparently did not como the battle cry: 'You civilization with A SPECIAL Quote All Issues Of havo nothing to SPECIAL WRBATn 85.00 Into existonco until October. That lose and a world to gain! While on the "Sons and Daughters" aro al- the other hand you have the Pope of ready playing politics appears from Rome, every priest, every Knight of BONDS literature which has come into the Columbus, working night and day possession of Tho World correspond- backing up Devil-er- a in his sediIn Any Denomination ent. This statement Is made: tious attempt to bring a division beOr Amount. "Liberty Lodge. Troy, N. Y., did tween the two great the trick. Tho Republican organizapeoples of the world. Tho Pope tion was fairly warned that the 90 knows that H)vrv-rhT- . this division tho per cent. Protestant Republican vot- world would with plunged back Into W rxifierHitt) Blnwr bo & ers wanted to vote for a Protestant the dark ages, and with the I. W. The organization Ig- W. and Bolshevik!, sounds the ZERR & HOFFMAN for Mayor. 118 South Fifth Street. nored the warning and nominated a charge: 'You havo nothing to lose K. of C. (meaning Knight of Co- and a world to gain!' Main 100 City 001 F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. lumbus). , The K. of C. was de"The time Is ripe, and rotten feated." ripe, to Bound the Protestant "The lodges located in the City of charge: 'America for Americans-p- ut VAULT Now York," reads a reoent Greater 811 REALTY BUTLDINa none but Americans on guard. Doth Phonos 240G ' "Supreme Deport Devil-erfrom announcement every I. W. W., Home Phone, City 2154 Forrest, "have become every Bolshovlkl and ever" Irish Grand Master REUTLINGER & CO. so- numerous that action has been Roman Catholic who thinks, more of Adolph Reutliager along tho live of organization Ireland than America.' " taken How much money Forrest has acof a lodge of the Greater City, comA recent announcement by "Su- cumulated during the last years In FIEE INSURANCE posed of delegates from the various preme Grand Master" Forrest tells floating A. P. A. organizations and local lodges, to meet once a month of plans to nationalize TORNADO, LIABILITO AND its fight collecting so mu'ch a head from to keep their lodges in touch with against "organized Romanism." To thoso he herds together can not bo PLATE GLASS the rapid growth of tho organiza- carry this out an appeal is made to estimated. Ho has operated in many 123 SOUTH THIRD 8TRB1T tion." 250,000 "lazy Protestants" to con- States and Is reported to have bandA recent copy of the Bulletin, the tribute to tho cause. Forrest in- ed thousands together to fight official organ of the "Sons," which structs: Catholicism. is published occasionally, bears on One of tho bitterest fights Forrest "Use the Inclosed slip. It contains Its cover a picture of President Wil- the number opposite your name on ever waged was against the son, evidently in the act of Bignlng the mailing list. Receipt under seal of Martin H. Glynn, a Catholic, Following the rea bill, with Presidential Secretary of tho lodge will be sent to you by for Governor. Tumulty standing at his elbow and teturn mail. Every dollar will do moval of Sulzer from the Governorlooking on. The picture is labelled: double duty now. Help ua grow. ship, Forrest was of a "President Wilson and Patrick Jo- Wo need funds to help us open up book called "The Treason of TamNORTON BUILDING seph Tumulty." headquarters in New York City, many." In this he pretended to Tumulty's same I not "Patrick I from where the big fight will be di give the iaslde story of the ,K. W. Cornir Fourth and Jtf first Joseph," but "Joseph Patrick." Ob- - rected during 1920." ; ri 1 r vlously tho "Patrick" was placed first to emphasize Mr. Tumulty's Irish extraction. Another nlcturo la that of Secretary of the Navy Dan Dr. S. Tott h. MtCoozUr-JccnalOfl- BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 Now Open. 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PIo Filling 25c The Twin City Catholic Ila&eball And the smile on the face is reflecting Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) 25c COLONELS HERE THURSDAY League will open Us 1920 season at The gleam of the crown ho has Shawn eo Park tomorrow and with (won. Manager Joe McCarthy and his fair woather u record breaking Still, shadow, sleep on in the vest- Louisville club will open with Bill Wilments President crowd is assuied. Clymor's tills liam M. Duffy and the leaguo offiUnstained by tho priest who has afternoon Columbus aggregation fouT for a series of gone. cials have arranged for prominent games, coming homo next Thursday For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. citizens to deliver a short address to begin series to the boys on each diamond and Ves, sorrow weeps over tho shadow, dianapolis a single going onwith InMore than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total ibofoco a tour deposit of more than pitch tho first ball. The teams and But faith looks aloft to tho skies, of tho Western cities. 13,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by th fans tholr managers are as follows: And hope, like a rainbow, is flash- -' have forgiven tho boys Local their people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. for ing Knights of Columbus, W. II. failures at homo because of their manager; Ancient Order of O'er tho tears that rain down rousing stand at Indianapolis, as a UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND from their eyes. Hibernians, Walter Murphy, manvictory over tho Hoosler club is a ager; Mackin Council, George J. They murmur on earth "Do sweot morsel for Louisville's baseThornton, manager; Xavlor Alurani, goers because of tho great rivmanager; Knights of Is mingled with ball Ray Haragan, The low chant CANDIES SODAS alry between the two cities in every sighs. St. John, Louis J. Coomes, manway. Ono of the predictions made ager; Catholic Men's Association, "Laudate" rings out through the In these columns boforo tho season heavens Jos. Fclhoelter, manager. Tho umwould that Tljo dead .priest hath won his opened wasyear, Wortman being hit pires aTO Harry Lally, chief; Harvey again this veriand it is The faith's prze. Duncan and Jos. Holsclaw. fied, the little shortstop hitting like Rev. A. J. Ryan. teams will play as follows: K. of (Tho House of Mirrors) his old Kansas City days. Our old C. vs. A. O. H. on Diamond No. 1; friend Jay Kirk Is going to have Knights of St. John vs. Mackin on SPLENDID, PICTURES. keen competition as tho loading hitJEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING Diamond No. 2 and Catholic Men's ter from Lamar and Massoy, both on Association vs. Xavlor Alumni Tho motion pictures of the Catho- hitting the ball on tho nose. Don't Diamond No. 4. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES lic Art Association, exhibited at St. forget to come out and help humilsurpass iate tho Indianapolis team some Xavler's College, equal and IHCORFOIU.TXD A.rEItlOANlVTIOX. many of tho best productions seen more in the coming series. TOBACCOS CIGARS In bulletins issued recently It is hero. They aro all interesting and WAGES instructive and will bo appreciated btated that for years the Y. M. 0. by right thinking and good people. A. and Y. W. C. A. have been Whatever may bo the solution of Tho public, and Catholics especially, in Americanization. Atq wo should feel indented to Rev. iBrother the high cost of living, ono thing Is to infer tliat tho Y's iwero tho only Benjamin art certain: High wages do not solve for bringing bodies which had undertaken to works to Louisville, and theso owe the problem. There was never a they ono course, Of Americanize? tjme in the history of tho United might question how far an organiza- it to thomselvos to show their ap- States when wages wero as high as preciation hy seeing them. tion which admitted Catholics to they aro at present; and yet the membership and yet placed a barhigh cost of living continues to go FORTY HOURS. against these men attaining ofrier upward. Political economists have may be said to' bo living up to fice, been For the-- coming week St. Colum-ba'- s years telling tho wage earner isfor American ideals,? Why Is no men"wages" and years a churohj Thirty-fift- h and Market, relative term; that it Isn't tho The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit tion made of the Americanizing has been appointed for the Forty amount of money that receives for of tho parochial wihools? In ho theso schools tho children ot native Hours' devotions. They will open his work that matters so much as high mass and exposi- the amount of the necessaries, parents are taught with solemn and forolgn-bor- n tion tomorrow morning, concluding Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. 1 their duties to God, to 'themselves, on Tuesday. Rev. nnd luxuries of Father Kalahor, the money will purchase. life, which to their country, to their fellaw-me- n Tho Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Suits Pressed. Only 50c pasho and to lower creatures. What tho ipastor, will city assisted by couldn't or wouldn't bo perother Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c better program for Americanization tors from devotions churches. Theso suaded by the economists: Now he Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 will also begin Is beautiful could bo proposed? Moreover, oven unwilling to bo convinced by tho wore we to admit, as some maintain, tomorrow at tho Academy of Our Inevitable logic of stubborn facts, that the essenco of Americanization' Lady of Mercy on East Broadway. although ho is worso off today than consists in tho ability to write and Tears. Established Over Twenty-flr- o he was, when he was receiving less SISTERS FOR THE ORIENT. speak English, it is hard to see than half his present wages. He why parochial schools aro not menInsists on giving the high cost anSix tioned as Americanizing influences. Mary-of- Sisters of Provldonco of St. other boost. It is tlmo to call a will soou leavo A study of tho results of examinaengage In tho great halt on profiteering by employees as tions in which pupils of tho paro- for China to well as on gouging by employers. 421 W. Chestnut St. public schools have taken missionary work now being under- Theso aro desperate times; and thoy Both Phones 2635. chial and taken in the vast Oriental republic. We Call For and Deliver. part, soon leads one to bellevo Theso Sisters from require qesporat measures. Lot us either that tho teaching of (English American Sisters toIndiana: tho first put an end to strikes with justice go into China, In the parochial schools is superior, are all volunteers. Tho announce- to all concorned. What in fair and or part of tho knowledge must have ment was made by Right Rev. right can bo determined by arbitra been infused. It is about time this Dl3hop Chartrand, whoso permission tion and arbitration should be onado method of advertising private relig- had to bo obtained compulsory in all disagreements befor tho ious organizations to tho exclusion of tho Sisters. Tho Sisters tween Labor arid Capital; and both of others more deserving of praise will sail from San Francisco next sides should bo forced, If necessary should cease. Soptombor. to abide by tho tcsuR. A the beautiful excursion steamer Bast St. Louis on the evening of May 18. This Is tho llrst of a sor-lof seven moonlights to bo given by Ithe Social Club, tho following dates having been booked by the council for the coming season: Tuesday, May 18; Tuesday, June Wednesday, June 16; Friday, 1; July 0; Friday, July 23; Tuesday, Aug. 10; Friday, Aug. 27. Tho Social Club extends a cordial Invitation to its many friends to be with them on these evenings, assuring them of an enjoyable time. on es Club announces their first moonlight of the season Macking Social THE DEAD PKIEST. A shadow slept folded in vestments Tho dream of a smilo on its face, Dim, soft as the gleam after sunset That hangs like a halo(of grace Where tho daylight hath died in tho valley. And tho twilight hath taken Its place A shadow! But still on the mortal There rested tho tremulous trace Or the joy of a spirit Immortal Passed up to its God in his grace. A cloud .wear the On the shadow of ST. IlELEXA'H CIA7IJ. Monday evening the St. Helena's Club held a well attended and inter esting meoting, for which a very at tractive nrogrammo had been ar ranged. Rev. Father HIgglns, army cnapiam at Camp zachary Taylor. $1.00 ' $1.25 ) $1.50; j ! New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Botli Phones 1323 delivered the address and his words were well received and made tholr Impress upon all present. !lll) KEDEMLTOKIST DEAD. Auto Delivery Tho Rov. Ellas Frederick Schauer died in Now York City on Saturday after sixty-foyears in the priesthood as a Redemptorist. Ho had served in churches at Baltimore,. Buffalo and New York and for thirteen years was provincial head of tho Eastern province of tho ur ht JOHN M. MULLOY ( LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Jan-sin- g, .pro-fundi- s" JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP ed NO RAISE IN PRICES. WHY RAY MORE? "com-rort- s, iwage-oarn- er WE ARE RESPONSIBLE -t ds Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. ro Main LUMBER LUMBER logun INCORPORATKD 1813 ANDERS) LUMBER Doors , Sash LUMBER CO Broadway andiSfli9l. ALL BUILDING MATERIAL UNDER ROOT sS1 418 f'ieA to JHCOHPOMTira 430 X. Breckinridge; Branch Vara aaS. Switch, mm MILL WORK & Bt. Cfttli. -- 2r IIIv 33. 3VTX,Iv3Bfc Phono City 12 For Industrial Plants and Factory Ilepairs. LUMBER Ji OUR LONG SUIT IS Sixteenth and Maple Both LUMBER (INCORPOKATKDl OO. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Phones-27- 50 Twelfth and Oldham HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL CO. tut vPCl vssS3S ffia k'" llfcr l ' m-fc- r 7 xJ at m,5f'5. ' and the Service. The Company With the Yrt! toeated at FHUth and Magaella. Yard at First and a. Yard Cl Where the home Is brightest ; Where the work U lightest? la Whera the cooked beat; Where the rABge staada the tent the where That's "Qolck Meal" eomee Is S1 II el Where work La doae; eecva Where oooklmg real fas; Where baMag glree light; Where drudge right hi so LB. Bt& Phn ad BUvater, Fp d u at Al ) amis. oat) and Ba.yn Streets. The most remrkaM the OEIWAX WAlt HELMUTS FOR I'AVIN H STONES. one o( U10 centers for coucen-tratta- c road tn th e worfd is laid at Croydon, Fran-cewar iaterlal, British road makers, And uo for the thousand s of Ocrraan hen&ts enpUred la st mt)i of the war, grin dlag i lnt jwvInR material, , th-eti- .izMjriun icV ULJurJllJUl -- Quick Mal Gas Ku(i w where That's "Qslck Meal" ant te. Sold, Iaatallea ana Highly Rscemmsadail criisj V-r- il, 215 W. MARKET ST. "mj f