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Market St. LwtarHto, Ky. left mm 432 Kentucky Irish American LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920 ht k i cjt m t nWTWl j1 1 PHONE: HOMt OH MAIN Lonistills Uery Driver an Hscort Tukte 1 Trauftr ti Incorporated VOLUME XLIV. NO. 19. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC. hands of their zealous and beloved STRONG PROTEST CABLED. dianB of our morals, Helm Bruco pastor, Rev. Georgo Weiss, who celand Doctor Lockhart, kick now like Tho first wookly meeting of tho ebrated the mass at 7:30 o'clock. A cablegram signed by eighty-eigthey did just two years ago against Catholic Orphan Society to make ar- The sanctuary was beautifully illumembers of the Houso' of RepPacky McFarland's tamo bouts? Wo rangements for the annual Fourth minated and decorated for the nave had our ear to the ground resentatives protesting against Imof July picnic was held Monday since tho appointment, but never a prisonment, without arraignment or whimper has com from tho "re- trial of porsonB arrested in Ireland Both Atlantic Monthly and Collier's night at the K. of C. Hall. Nearly all of tho parishes being representTuesSPECLUi JOINT MEETING. Smithy for Makes Big lilt at tho Democratic form" brothers. Wonder If opening day political offenses, was sent and ed. It was announced by tho Presto Premier Lloyd George Weekly Show Movement Is won't bo at the ringside the Tho two local divisions of the Convention and Wins Many ident that committees would be apnight shouting for Kid tuicSwatt to tho British Parliament. The mesActive. pointed later, and selected from Ancient Order of Hibernians, the sage said: "With the profound con 'krrock that bloke's bean off." Friends. representatives of the various par- Hibernian Ladies' Auxiliary and Once more does a big fire break viction that furthor wars and acts ishes so that general interest mJght Robert Emmet Branch of the out at the Bourbon Stock yards and of war should bo avoided and bebo aroused. The clergy will be Friends of Irish Freedom have callonce moro does our "hick" fire de- lieving that wholesale arrests withpartment savo the concrete buildings out arraignment or trial disturb tho Educators In National Body Split asked to again call attention of their ed a joint special meeting for next Near Mayor .Snifih Not Opposed to and congregations to the holding of tho Tuesday night at Bertrand Hall, to the grounds. Everything built peace and tranquility of a people, Over Dangerous Smith Tower meetings on Monday ovenings, in- which the public is invited. The Boxing Now That Brother Heads of wood gone up in smoke. After are destructive to human Tights and viting all to como who wish to take call is signed by Chalrmau S. J. Bill. about 10,000 people arrived on tho are at varlanco with that principle Conuuisslon. I an actlvo part In the affair. These McElliott and the officers of the loscone, coming from Parkland, Port- of liberty which is embodied' in the picnics havo proven so signally suc- cal American Irish organizations, land and other long distances, tho United - States Constitution in tho cessful in tho past that it Is realized who aro desirous of a large attendfli'o department arrived in full on provision that no person shall be 'deprived of life, liberty or property that tho coming one will not prove ance. It is also expected to formalOffiscene. The necessary Keystoners Make Important Capture Iho In when a real fire third alarm without duo process 6f 'law, tho Would Create a Condition of an exception. How big a success it ly Inaugurate, tho Irish bond drive. department came cialdom, Enslavcmtent and Buwill be of courso will depend on the would havo had tho first blaze out undersigned members of Congress After desperate Struggle At FATHER SUTTON BETTER. efforts of those In charge. Tho execand gono homo. But it is pleasing of the United States of America proreaucratic Tyranny. Big Fire. imprisonment utive committee will consider matto note tho Bpurbon Stock Yards test against further Rev. Father Xavier Sutton, the ters of detail in connection with Company has learned its lesson. In without arraignment or trial of perthe affair during the week and con- widely known Passionist missionary, rebuilding tho sheds concrete will be sons resident in Ireland arrested for TITO BILL OVER. sider features to bo introduced. Rev. who has been critically ill at St. used, saving the flro department acts of a political nature: and wo PLAN TO SLIP REFORMERS. much trouble, but most Important of ask In tho spirit of American freeGAMBLING VS. John T. Hill, pastor of St. Ann's, Joseph's Infirmary, has been proand Rov. A. Reinhart, of St. Mich- nounced out of danger and on the all the buildings will ho saved in dom and love of Justice, out of our ael's, were present at tho meetlncr. way to full and speedy recovery. case of flrc. But if tho "hick" fire friendliness to tho peoples of Eng- This will be good news for his manv Tnero are wen meaning optimists department didn't acquit itself very ittuu mm iivjuuui uuu ill iuu ililiuu r BLESSED GABRIEL POSSENTI. friends throughout tho Southern Democrats are still discussing the creditably thero Is a tribute coming of international peace, that hereaf- who believe that tho and Western States. Stato convention of last Tuesday to the Keystone Police, who came ter if arrests based ton acts of a po- educational bill, for tho creation of On May 13th, the Feast of tho agree that good off with flying colors. Oscar Fem-le- litical nature are made In Ireland, a Federal Department of Education, and pretty near all HIBERNIAN DRIVE. Vice President of tho Bourbon by color of any form of authority, Is dead. But if anyone doubts that Ascension of our Lord, Blessed Garesults will follow its action. There Yards, banker, prominent citi the right of trial shall without un- it has beon lost sight of by its pro- - briel, a Passionist student, will bo seems to be only one point on which Stock etc., Division 4, A. O. H., wl meet zen, and nearly seventy years reasonable dolay be accorded to the moters, or that it has lost any of canonized along with Blessed Mar-it- s all do not agree and that is whether of age, was overpowered and arrest- accused." ' vitality, let him fead the article garot Mary Alocoque in St. Peter's Monday evening in Bertrand Hall delegates will support Gov. ed by Night Chief Laird and a squad the entitled "Educating the Nation," by Basilica by the Holy Father Popo and reports will be heard from the James n. Cox at San Francisco. of tho Keystoners, who put up a no To solemnize tho members in regard to applications KNIGHTS TO CONVENE. Frank E. Spaulding, in the Atlantic Benedict XV. McAdoo-Wilso- n sup Some of the Monthly for April, In whlch a "Do- - event at tho Sacred Heart Retreat for the big spring initiation. It is ble battle against Fen opposing Cox in- ley. and terrific saw porters who were Tho Knights of Columbus of partnient of Education" is taken for hore thero will bo held tho Forty also planned to have some entertho strugglo say structions, and working for Wilson that Those who our guardians (?) of tho "peace Maysvllle, havo completed elaborate granted, and another, "The Schools Hours' devotion, beginning on Tues- - tainment by the division in tho near camou-flaKundor the or his and at tho 9 o'clock future, and President S. J.. McElfor tho Must Survive," contributed by tho had all are now desperatethey could do to handle him preparations conventionentertainment S. Maglll to Collier's Weekly Hugh day on thoclosing of the Ascension, liott and tho officers want every one of "uninstructlon," of tho State and mass Feast (?) Fenley, and got of the order trying to pavo tho way for a (bolt of in tho patrol wagon to turn out Monday ovening. day of tho solemn printed in after a delegates when tho balloting megins, battle royal. Laird and only fighting in that city next Tuesday and Wed- Those who tho issuo of March 27. the tho ovening at 7:30 canonization, nesday. Tho business sessions will havo read the various In there will bo his The results In the primary Saturday squad say that 'the prisoner wanted be held in tho Knights of Cblumbus articles on tho campaign conducted solemn To Deum in thanksgiving MEETS FRIENDS AGAIN. were convincing enough that the to go through the flro lines to his hall for this great favor of God and night banmajority of Kentucky Democrats office because ho was Vlco President quet and on WednesdayNeptunea Hall. by the National Education Associa- benediction with tho Blessed SacraTho many friends of Dr. J. A. will bo served the Interest of want Gov. Cox and the effort of any- of tho Stock Yards, and his office There aro twenty-si- x at councils In tion In bill, printed in tho these col- ment. After benediction there will Casper wero pleased to extend greetencourage delegates to sup- was one to ings this week when he made his two years, will be tho relic of tio squares nwny a punish- credited which will send 100 acport soineono else is a direct slap proper. My! My! whatfrom the fire Kentucky representatives. Louisville umns during the past tho Field Sec ed blessing withDuring tho Bless- appearance after an Illness with Forty Gabriel. remember Magill as majority ment at the will of tho great Council will bo represented by Dis- retary of tho N. E. A. whose actlv- - Hour3 in tho ovening at 7:30 spc which ho was stricken February 18, he deserves. who have expressed their preferand which for a time it was thought 'clal prayers will be said The trial and acquittal of Pollco trict Deputy Thomas D. Clines, ities In behalf of the ence. The supporters of McAdoo, Capt. Bennett this week brings Grand Knight Dan Lawler and Rob- bill have been commented on at the election of General Superiors for tho would prove fatal. Dr. Casper exof tho Wilson and the other candidates again to the surfaco the closo con- ert A. Watson. time. In his present article he ex- order to bo held In Rome. Tho Pro- pects to resume his practlco next to nection of the "reform" administrawore not courageous enough hibits this pet bill of the N. E. A. vincial Superiors of the Eastern and week, news that will gratify his openly espouse the cause of their tion with tho local gamblers and, RESIGN PLEDGE. to tho readers of Collier's. Teach- Western Provinces havo arrived many patrons. favorlto against Cox, and planned negro crap shooters. J. H. Scalos, ers' salaries must bo improved, ho safely in Rome and will assist at to fool tho voters with pleas of not former circulation manager of tho CHURCH SOCIAL. Last Sunday 100 Education Is "tho province of the canonization and take part in to tio tho delegates hands In other Herald, was mentioned as tho man New Albany, members ofresidents of says. single Holv States, not of tho Federal the general election. to lot tho delegates have a who sent the negro with tho note ity Total Abstinence Society, Trin tho words A noted social will be given at yet he favors the re- Government; choice but not tho people. St. Leo's Hall, Highland Park, on for protection. Tho scales of jus- sinned tholr namps in a nlprirn tn PLANS ARE READY. bill which, we mainconThero is one feature of tho Friday, May 14, aftornoon and eventice balanced alright in the case and from the uso of intoxicants tain, has tho tendency to Interfere vention that much stress has not Bennett was acquitted as being per- abstain for Tho most nearly completo Catho- ing. All parties interested aro makgreat secuted by tho Republican machine was another vear. The rihllratlnn with the rights of the individual been laid on and that is the administered by tho Rev. and of tho seperate States. Through- lic university in the United States ing strenuous efforts to make this speech delivered by Senator A. O. leaders. Reminds one of tho other Charles Chicago, ac- a most joyous and successful occasCurran, pastor of Stanley at tho night session, and recent gambling 4case. Realizing Trinity Catholic church. Rev Holy out the controversy on the school will be constructed In announced by ion.' The proceeds will bo, e pondFath question it was repeatedly stated cording to plans just which tlec.rlfled tho big audience. that tho Republican party here was lArch'bishop George W. Mundelein. ed on tho church debt. No admisnot This add'.ess of Senator Stanley's composed of tho colored brothers er jjMinuiuo, apnngneiu, i.y spoKe that education is State,primarily the Tho announcement followed tho sion fee is charged at the door and on "The of Temperance." province of the but of the, was a revolution to many who had principally, tho Louisville Herald Following Virtue ceremony, twenty this and that this view Is based ceptanco of a $50,000 gift from all are cordially invited. believed tho insidious propaganda fostered an attempt to get up a big little eirls crowned one nf ma r.uvuru circulated toy the Bingham press white Republican club as an adver- number "Queen of tho May." thnlr la natural .L,aw, THO lato hiDlSCOpai Edward xijuus iu meiuury w. died son Hines, Jr., who INVHTED TO LOUVAIX. In Holy Bishop of Michigan, tho Rt. Rev, Stanley haters. In com- tisement to offset the negro Repub- Trinity and other said to be on the recent organization licans and the Chesley Club was largest istemporanco the oldest and Samuel Smith Harris, was ono of France. Archbishop Mundelein said menting Rev. Peter Guilday, professor of of tho departments society In tho tho authorities quoted in confirmafor plans In the Democratic party started with a flourish, banquets, country. the contemplated university already modern and American church histion of tills view. ' tor- - Stanley paid, a great tribute to dances, etc, and tvo woro told that Western Mr, Catholic exist 'After-the unselfish work of Col. P. H. Cal- tho best young men In the city were ANOTHER OATHOLIO KNIGHTED. generous oxhortiirt? Ma States to be Hines' in. .Catholic institutions. a cha tory at tho has been University. Washington, Invited by gift will be used for in their appropriations in lahan and Incidentally convinced his tho leading members. When, lo, support of public education, Magill Pd, the nucleus for the assembled the authorities of tho Catholic Unihearers that thero was no Stanley and behold, just previous to tho big Georgo J. Gillespie, of Now York makes a plea for tho tract at versity of Louvaln, Belgium, to asInstitutions on a 1,000-acr- e machine. Tho Senator also paid his hotel banquet of the Chesley Club City, Chairman of tho committee of bill which, he says, is "now pending 'Area, 111., the Archbishop said. The sist in the restoration of tho famous ownrespects to tho Courior-JournVice President Tom Filben, Bert the campaign for In Congress." This bill, ho writes, j other departments will bo in Chlca- - library that was almost wholly deer, who he said reserved the right Baker, Stove Sheehan, James (Red) laymen conducting Catholic stroyed during the Germon occupation enrollment in the charities "wiu create a uepartment which will ,k to bolt tho Democratic party any Hallinan and other prominent lead of the Dr. Guilday obof tho city. archdiocese, has been invest give proper recognition to tho Im time ho saw fit and for any motive ers of tho Chesley club of young re ed tained his doctor's degree at LouMISSION A SUCCESS. with tho title of Knights Com portanco of education, from tho na. This Ibrought down the ho saw fit. formers woro pulled in on a gamb mander of He Intends to sail for Engvaln. tho houso, as tho delegates present were ling charge So prominent was the of Belgium tho Order ofKing Crown tional standpoint, equal in rank to by order of Tho mission Albert. tho other departments, Into which conducted at St. land about Juno 15, and while pretty familiar with tho continual gambling element in the club that The by may be consolidated tho various Ann church, Covington, by Rev. J. abroad will continue his researches yapping and barking of tho Bing- ono speaker at hte banquet in re- uarondecoration was bestowed Boljrian L. Finnerty, In the British Museum E. no ham press at Senator Stanley's sponding so forgot himself and be- bassador, and Cartler. recognitionAm governmental agencies dealing with missionary tho eloquent Dominican depositories of materials and other which ho is in of Louisville, was the of tducation." Magill continues to sing heels. Tobe Hert was referred to gan by saying "Fellow crap shoot- Gillesplo's services ns head of tho the praises of this bill, insisting all i most successful ever held in the needs to camjpleto a work on the r politician" ers." Even the colored waiters gufas "the ..I11 St. Vincent de Paul Societies of in tho a I ' parish. Nightly the noted church English and "howdy Ed" was mentioned as fawed at this, but they didn't laugh United States in raising funds the tlin .irliMn 1.n 41.. period between 1558 and 1829. He for be Interfered with in the exerciso of was crowded, tho presenco of Hert's "rubber stamp Governor." long when It was found out thero the poor of Northern being noticeable. A cate- expects to remain in England and France and thoir rights, but only "encouraged." Sonator Stanley said that he could were to bo no tips, and a committee Belgium. Rev. ft wero useless to seek to convince chism class for converts was organ- Belgium until next autumn. boast that when serving as Govern- of the waiters waited on the newsMagill that such a statement can be ized by Father FJnnorty, and the Father E. J. Hlckey, of Detroit, a or he was Governor and not a rub- paper offices that night to protest GOES TO ROME. believed' by none but the most un- numbers applying wero more than student In American ecclesiastical ber stamp executive or pensioner. against the stinginess of the Ches sophisticated. It has been proved satisfactory. Tho solemn closing of history, will uccompaii Dr. Gul!da ho had no ley Club. In closing he said that Mrs. Mary F. McWhorter of Chi again and again In articles and me mission iook piace last sunuay to England. To arouse interest In further ambition to be a boss or Ono of our Keystoners came near cago, the early misslon- - historical lcvi.iti.Lo, tiiiib iiiu 'Mill jtun V.i ill- ovening, when tho reverend blessing, work of thostudies and this country leader and that ho was just waiting making an Important arrest this Ladies' National President of the nnwnMote lliri Mm .tttll Vinn nit; In - ary church" in tho Ancient conferred tho Papal for tho time three years hence when week. Our hero is known .as "Al- Order of Auxiliary of will sail for trinsle tendency with its Secretary Hibernians, of Education and its powers of "en-- 1 which was followed by solemn bone- Father Guilday recently organized ho could lead the fight against tho falfa," and ho and his partner Rome on May Catliollc Historical 12. Mrs. McWhorter tho American rubber stamp Governor and Tobe bumped into two "slickers" who had has beon the leading spirit in the couraging" education by means of with tho Blessed Sacrament. Association. appropriations of money to create Senator Stan- been getting away with auto tires national tho drlvo being conducted by a condition of officialdom, bureauCASTLE AGAINST PEOPLE. ley's great speech mado a decided by the wholesale. While his partMEDICAL SCHOOLS, Impression and ho was given arous- ner hold one Alfalfa approaches the the organization to double its mem- cratic tyranny, and enslavement of bership during 1920, and which is education. But the N. E. A. leadLate in April a municipal ing dvatlon at the close. From now other who was holding all of the meeting great success. More ers and the Washington agitators with was held In the Ushors Quay That Catholic doctors ought to reon many a Stanley critic will bo stolen tires and said: "Consarn lake no cognizance of these proofs ward, whoie Alderman ' Cosgrave, ceive their education at Catholic eilenced, and as our good friend M. you, you aro under arrest." The than 70,000 members, aro now and of the wishes of numerous citi member of North KUKcnny. is son-l- medical schools in tho United States S. Brennan says: "They always hang auto swiper saw that tho Koystohor fions, and seem to be pledged to n alderman. The Sinn Fein cand- Is appaient from reports In the up Stanley's number when hte pay wasn't a real policeman and startCLASSY MINSTREL SnOW. conspiracy of silence. Mr. Lynch; his opponent Journal of the American Medical Apparently idate-was off time comes." ed to bluff his way out. He told the plan Is. to Ignore the opposition a Mr. Kelly. Alderman Cosgrave Association, which gives tho rating Tho straw that broke Iho camel's the comedy cop that you couldn't arTomorrow afternoon and night and "slip over" the took an active part in the election, of the schools by the Council on back in the way of taxation many rest a man without a warrant and Medical Education and also the rewhich resulted as follows: thought had been reached In Louis- got away with It. As our Kcystoner and Monday night a classy vaude- bill. Lynch iSInn Fbln) sults of examinations of graduates 2,402 To show that the leading educaville, but near Mayor Smith's re- went back to get information from ville and minstrel show will be givwho applied for licenses to practice Kelly 1G8 form administration now adds or at- his more experienced partner the en in St Peter's Hall, Seventeenth tors of the public schools of the tempts to add one that will help fi- crook beat it and took all of tho and Garland, under tho auspices of country aro not as unanimous In a majority of fifteen to one for the boforo the various State boards. tho music societies of tho congrega- their support of tho proposed De- - candidate supported by Alderman Every medical school undor Catholic nance tho "busted" reformers. It is tires. Alfalfa vows that he'll get On tho morning follow nuspices is listed In class "A," tho planned to tax the tobacco men fifty him yet. Possibly. If he surrend- tion. The minstrel company will in- partment of Education as the N. 'E. Cosgrave. troduce tho best performers in the a. agitators pretend to assumo, it is ing the election. Alderman highest rating given. Furthermore, cents for each hogs- ers. or seventy-fiv- o city, headed by Forrest Thompson, but necessary to direct attention to o records of tho examinations bohouse was ' surrounded by head handled here, which would Happy John Nuxol and John Flynn. the recent imeotlng of tho Depart- armed forces of tho EnglIsh Govern- foro Stato boards show that among Kervo to help drlvo tho tobacco INTO ETERNAL- REST. Children will be admitted to the ment of Superintendence of the Na- ment and he himself was seized and tho graduates of 1919 from Crolgh-to- n trade uway from Louisville. The Thomas K. Hlnes, nlnoty-tfouUniversity at Omaha, Georgetional Educational Association In Imprisoned. It Is Dublin Castle's tobacco mien are kicking like steers, years old and ono of Louisville's matineo for ton cents. town University at Washington, Cleveland, and tho spirited debate roply to the vote of the people. but they fall to realize that "re- most highly respected citizens, Marquette University at St. Louis, IRISH IN ROME. between Prof. W. C. Bagley and form" comes high. Some of them passed away Tuesday night at his thero was oot ono failure. Loyola Dean W. P. Burrls on the subject are unkind enough to comment on home, 1910 West Madison street. MILLION FOR BUILDING. University of Chicago, had threo Notable religious festivities in of the bill now before the fact that near Mayor Smith ad- For over thirty years he was chief candiCongress, tho former upholding and vertised widely before his election car accountant and keeper of rec- the church of St. Agatha, in Des Moines Catholics will spend failures among soventy-tw- o which is attached to tho Irish the latter opposing tho bill. Among $1,000,000 in a building programme dates, whllo Fordham University, of that his imotto would be Economy ords for tho L. & N retiring in College in Rome, will follow the the active leaders thero seems to bo In 1920. The programme includes New York, had a smaller per cent and Lower Taxes." A cog slipped 1893. Mr, Hines was an earnest Oliver a difference of opinions as to this erection of three ' new Catholic of failures than any other medical somewhore though, as our taxes aro worker in tho St. Vincent do Paul beatification of the Ven. the highest in tho history of tho city Society and a igoneroils f rlond of the Plunket on May 23. Cardinal Measure Among the ardent sup- nhiirntiPH! nrnpMnn nf .1 now trlrls' school in Now York. Its per cent of Louisville, and as for economy, poor. He was one of tho pioneer Logue will head a delegation of porters of the bill aro Dr. iGcorgo high school; rebuilding of tho St. j was 6.3, while that of Columbia was Smithy is trying to pcddlo sewer members of the Sacred Heart par- Irish prelates who will bo there for D. Strayer and Hugh S. Magill. Joseph Academy for Young Women, 8.3; that of Cornell 9.1: that of bonds thrco for a dime or one given ish, whore he will bo aniBsed. Tho the ceremonies. It is at St. Agatha's while Dean Charles H. Judd and which was recontly destroyed by Long Island College 10.4; and that These statistics, with trading stamps. In other words, survivors are four sons, William P. that tho monument containing tho Gamuel Cappln Ju?t aa vigorously flro; construction of a Knights of of Bellvuo 11.1. of Daniel results of the city is broke flat. Thomas, J Frank (R. and John O. heart patriot, Is O'Connell, tho great oppose Federal interferenco and Columbus Home, and a Catholic tho carefully tabulatedlicensing phyerected. In accord- control in State rnd local educa- Community, Center. the State boards for Now we want to show you an- Hlnes, and two grandchildren. Fun- Irish sicians, certainly shows the high other example of how consistent re- y eral services were held Friday ance with tho wish of O'Connell, tional matters. who died in Genoa, his heart was standard of the medical schools of Wo wonder whether Collier's and JUSTICE A CONVERT. formers are. In April, 1918, Pack-e- morning. taken to Rome and his body to Ire- tho Atlantic Monthly will not take the United States under tho direcMcFarland, boxing Instructor at n cognizance land, whoro it is interred in Camp Taylor and ono of the most of tho other side of tho Announcement of the reception of tion of Catholic institutions. 1IAPPHLY WEDDED. conietery, Dublin. in the country, question than that presented by Mr. Justice Wendel Philip Stafford, of scientific boxors Mr. and Mrs. James 'M. Graven planned with Ed Rucker, a news- announce tho marriage of their FIRST MOONLIGHT. ifaclll? At any rate, the publica the Supreme Court of tho District of paper writer and boxer, to havo a daughter, Miss America May Gravtion of the articles in tho magazines ColumbIu, Into tho Catholic church HIBERNIAN EXCURSION. contest at Macauley's en, to John J. Sliver. The wedding d Tho first moonlight excursion of mentioned has thb merit of serving lias been, made by Cardinal Gibbpna. The Hibernian Social Club will as an authoritative statement to tho Justice Stafford was born in Barre, the season will bo given next FriTheatro for the benefit of wounded took place at St. Patrick's church at bill isivt, in 1861. and has been a Jus-d- y day ovening on the beautiful Steam toldlors. But tho boxing contest six o'clock Tuesday morning, the give its first moonlight excursion of offect that the no meana dead. Catholics In'tico of tho District of Columbia's er Island Queen, undor tho auspices. sever came off. Near Mayor Smith, Rev. J. P. Cronln performed tho tho season on tho steamer East St. Helm Druse, Dr. W. S. Lockhart, coromony in tho presenco of tho im- Louis pn Wednesday ovening, May tact, all citizens who cherish free- - Supreme Court since 1904, previous of tho Columbia Athletic Club. Tho and other leaders of the Men's Fed mediate family. Miss Mabel Silver, 26. Committees are, busy perfecting dom of education should heed this to which ho was Jud,go of tho Su- - boat will leave foot of Fourth street eration klckod' up a row over the sister of tho groom, was forldesmdld, pleasing features and promise all announcement and act to provent premo Court of Vermont. Ho wa8 at 8:30 o'clock and a splendid proposed bout, the Federation offi- and the best man was Mr. Roy, D. who attend a really enjoyable eve- tho adoption of thin dangerous President of the Vermont Bar Asso dancing program has boon arranged measure. cial organ saying that it represented Graven, brother of tho bride. After ning. elation ia "898 and Is tho author of with a good jazz orchestra. several books of both prose and C. B. of C. V. the moral, Christian consciousness breakfast at the homo of tho bride, poetry. FORTY HOURS. of tho entire city. (See Federation Mr. and Mrs. Silver left immediately ADOPTS AUTO SERVICE. Notts, May 18.) Now hero it is two for St. Louis, where they will spend BEAyTUUfj do wt "find? A their honeymoon. The Forty Hours devotions will' FOIST ALTAR. VISIT. rears later and what They will be at Tho Pearl Laundry Company, 618 lApeMriakoi) Gleanon, of St Louis,, boxing bill has just been passed, homa after May. 15, at 1414 take place in the city next at St. South Second street, has secured church, iLampton has announced that, the cost appointed by Catalpa street, Parkland. St. Peter Clave r Boxing Commissioners Last Sunday morning twenty-si-x and will hereafter havo a street, beginning tomorrow "morning ly aad beautiful bIhop' throne and children of St. George's parish. machines the Locke tt case hero, and last hut quick auo service for its patrons. pbaceT" a. with high mass and exposition and canopy to be imrtalled in the sew eleven girlf and fMteem oys, had It is the intention to establish a not le8t Thonww Floyd Smith, Rev. The United States Ms apeat 106 ending Tuesday. Father Cathedral wm the gttt of Henry the extreme pleasure of making number of sew routes, which will brother f the near Mayor, kite been in wars of o&e Sfchaaf, O, T. M. will fee'MNrfeted. by Grave, sir m ttenwrial to W their ftrat, visit fo the aUr aad mowed ehalnww of the oemafeetea. of lie 146 year eoafcle many to avoid the delays ikfetfi w another, a number rf the local elergy. holy eomeawntoa from the they have frees subjected to. vl deed lx MUtf 0O, (eeiviB Will amIKhy and hte leJlotf-fcttu- STANLEY PROPAGANDA IRELAND Unconfirmed Report That Americans Are Buying Big Estates and Tract of Land. Threat To . Make It- Unlawful For Any Americans to Mako Purchases'. - There Aro Now So Hunger Strikers Loft In tho Prison at Belfast. GORTEKX IIARRACKS BURNED. Smith-Towne- ! y, son-in-la- w o Smlth-Town- er Smith-Town- er From London it was cabled Sat-.- ' y urday that tho Daily Graphic's correspondent says, ho has learned from a responsible source that Amorlcans, "possibly momberrf of secret socitios," aro sending large sums of money to Irish banks for secret purchase of land In Ireland, notably Roscommon and Mayo. He says: "For somo time there has been a porfoct epidemic of buying in the west by small, unimportant persons, who, like most west Irishmen are suffering from what seems to be unappeased land hunger. Tho larger estates aro everywhere in process of disintegration, and, if my information be correct, advantage has been taken of this by Irish- Americans to acquire substantial portions of tho Island." The proceduro Is for a numbor of tenant fanners or small holders of land to club together for purchase of an estate, paying twenty per cent of tho purchase price in cash and getting ono of tho numerous banks which aro evorywhero springing up to advance tho balance against security of tho title deeds. It is aU Gul-vaIrish-American x. Smith-Town- er money leged that it is American In some which Is being advanced cases by banks and that tho latter aro holding the title deeds on account of American purchasers. The two-thir- Smith-Towne- r al - carpet-bagge- Counter-Reformatio- n, non-Catholi- cs - carpet-bagge- r. bye-electi- or Smlth-Town- or Cos-grave- 's r Smith-Town- er Sub-urr- a, land." The Associated Press reports moro from Belfast that thlrty-flv-o hunger strikers were removed from the Belfast Jail to a hospital Mone who havo day, making been "released in the last two days. There aro now no hunger strikers Murnnag-hain tho prison. Georgo whose a solicitor of Omagh, father represented the district In Parliament for fifteen years, was arrested by tho military Monday morning and brought to Belfast. Ho was elected agent for Arthur Griffith, founder of the Sinn Fein organization in Northwest Ty- -' rono at the general elections. Dr. Stuart, health officer at Belfast. County Cavan, also has been arrested. In Londonderry Saturday night Constable Peter Henley was shot through tho leg while on his beat. A party of police which hastened to the scone of the shooting also was fired on. Ono of the policemen was struck by a spent bullet but was not hurt. Tho police returned the fire of the attacking party, all tho members of which escaped. According to Monday's Associated Press dispatches from London land agitation in West Ireland is continuing to make rapid hndway, according to a dispatch to tho London Times, and has spread to County Clare. Cattle driving and other forms of intimidation aro said to be of almost daily occurrence. Grazing lands aro stripped of their stock, fences and gates aro broken; walls aro smashed and houses fired into by armed parties. Largo and small holders allko are tho victims. The dispatch says it is oponly boasted that tho "coming fight in tho test for land will bo ono of tho biggest things the country has seen fof some time." The police barracks at Gortcen,. County Tyrone, wore burned Sunday morning by forty armed men who held up the village and preTho pollco vented Interference. buildings at Plumridge also were burned. From Cork comes news that fourteen Sinn Fein prisoners In the jail there haw started a hunger campaign. sixty-ninn, MId-Tyrono "I havo been told by a responsible person that when ho was in Dublin recontly an official of tlio congested districts board Informed him that the Government was well awaio of American activities in acquirement of land and that a new land act would shortly be introby duced making it impossible, compelling tho disclosure of actual buyors of title deeds, for any Irish--. American to acquire land Jn Ire- correspondent adds: k ' MAHONEY-LENTHA- Glas-novl- tour-roun- Smith-Town- er "little r- r I re-wi- fe, yet witnessed in tho Blue-gra-ss section was that of Miss F. Mahoney and William A. Lenihan of Detroit, solemnized early on Thursday morning of last week In St. Peter's hurch. Rev. Father Punch performing tho ceremony and celebrating tho nuptial high mass. Too church was beautifully decorated in ascension roses and palm.3 arranged about the altar, the stops and tho chancel. Following tho ceremony, tho bride and groom loft for a trip and will mako their homo In Detroit, whero they havo engaged an attractive apartment. They wero remembered with many handsome gifts, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mahbney, Woodland aveaue. Sbe is a talented musician and a graduate of St. Catherine's Academr. Mr. Lenihan Is a Kvadnate of the University of KeattKfcy and a eKemienl erfglMer. dings Mar-gar- ot ) - Ono of the most brilliant wed- i a a BHEkSfOTtJOECY IJ.aU J3kJSdJBXejL3jjfri KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, a IK. Sodil aad Motl AaVnomat of Itkh Americans ad Cetfaottca Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hiberniana. Young Mea's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO.. Ineotpcrtc4. Publishers MJBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Loultvllle Pottolilce a Menss All Second-Cla- COMING EVENTS on Island excursion ' Queen. May 17 May festival of St. Ajin's church, on school grounds, Seventh and Davles. afternoon and moonlight evening-- . May 13 CoHuraYbia Afchlotic Club, cpir9,Y a Ancient Order Hibernians, Division No. 3. Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H. f Of Wf MrFF'T'T IJiTr Ancncient Order Hibernians, Division No. 4, --- -"t Friends of Irish Freedom. the Modern way ' May n Mutter 319-32- Queen. May 24 Mackln Council excursion on steamer 18 anoon-lig- ht Island Tuesday Evening, May 11, at 8 O'Glock BERTRAND HALL, CemwHrftatiow to t! KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 1 Wist UHrfr StrMt It is sincerely hoped to have the attendance at this special joint assemblage May festival and candy pulling for benofit of Sacred Heart of the various local American Irish societies and tho friends of freedom. IV "One thine can be depended unon. No Irish advocate nf frendnm fnr School, Seventeenth and Broadway. May 25, Juno 15, July 27, August land would etnbrpil the United States in any trouble, no matter if the cause Moonlight excursions on steam- suffered. ' 17 er East St. Louis by Trinity Council, I OFFICE AND PLANT, I. Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, pareLN AUTO WILL CALL We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, ADesfPijcouNcii,fr LOUISVILLE, KY WATSON AND WILSON. ,v. o f secure peace tilorat Hall May 113 Hibernian Social Club a hollow QUA-XvlOP-- &JNTI on steamer moonlight excursion East St. Louis. 4:1 Watson at the primaries in Georgia Church of Our Lady, June target that Tom had a ONLY HOITE VAIN. should not lawn feto on church grounds, Thirty-fifth and Rudd. personal grievance against the PresIn an interview given to a correident, for was It not the President's fc'k&k A A A AAHrAA A A A AAA Ax A JkH Pnatemaster General who excluded spondent of the London Daily Ex- press Lord "French snakes some im- Tom's scurrilous magazine from the Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies tho privilege or the imalls? Tom has portant statements which throw a wearer that he reebmends our service to his friends. We guarannursing (his grudge ngainst the strong sidelight on Irish affairs. A;AAAAAAArAAArA A A AAAArAA been tee complete satisfaction. President for many moons, and with Lord French virtually charges Lloyd Miss Elizabeth Burns will leave .. . ..i,. mrotsnn. fjpnrpn mr1 TJnnar T,tiw avtltli Ihnlnir For men who want good clothes at the t .. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, iiu uusciuyu.uuau-Tv ,7, soon to visit relatives at Columbia, case and cord complete $4. CO inn would seize on any Issue likely responsible for the persecution of Tenn ' lowest figure they can be made and Small Shelltex Rims 7Gc Extra . to hurt the President's policies and the Irish people When he (boasts of Mrs. P. H. Callahan loft Sunday We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. chances It would ibe a mistake to the splendid support he recejve3 sold for. WCCkS ,D DenVr i No charge for examination. those gentlemen, whose hired attribute Tom's success to his Correct styles, fine woolens, sound blUon to the League of Nations; nmn ho really is, and thus he Jus- Mr. and Mrs. John Oleason of rather should it ibe looked upon as tifles the Inclusion of the Premier workmanship. Without a sacrifice of the guests of know-- 1 amongst those charged with tho wll- - Chicago, have (been a triumph of ful murder of tho Lord Mayor of Mrs- E- - Reld in clltton-Inothinglsm, of which Tom Watson quality to which we would never con a conspicuous champion, and Cork In the verdict of the Coroner's Edward J. And, who has been sent the prices could not be less. Jury. Again ho says that "the best cated in Chicago tlo past year, is is tho Qiappy homo. brains in Iroland are (behind the noro tor me spring rases. A large variety of models and fab-- : Sinn Fein movement," Z, and that .13NGLAND WILL OPPltESS. : Mr. and M. J. O Loughlln B7 S Fourth Ara Louisritla.JQf "they have organized an army of nnd family,Mrs. Stlthton, wore here ric patterns from which to make your j: of While we feel inclined to congrat one hundred thousand oncn . . . on a visit this past week. ulate our Jewish friends on the t reclmnnta and selection. rontmi. , Atnxitnn.i Messrs. William and John New nrofiixMt of havlnjr at last a coun- - i,i ,. JL ,.,..,. .. Mn hov wnJ." luruuuuum uimiy ,. au 01." wjiicn man were among the weeks' vlsit- trwM thnv' ' ; "' 0rs at Lexington for the races. at tho same time wc regret, for nrgues that tho British Government Mr ancI AIrs- J D Sullivan, of thoir sakes, that England has beon n Ireland is not functioning and WITH selected as mandatory of the new therefore can have, and has no rea- hM State. The Mohammedan popula-- j sonable excuse for lts existence. But Smith it Oakdale tlon of Palestine considerably out- - by far the most extraordinary state-NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON J Mr8, J T- Itlly Is at Parkers- numbers that of the Jaws, and with ment made (by Lord French is that England in control of Turkey and contalned in his answer to the cues- 'the'une? WMWMMAMMM Htns Phone City 8472 high protector of the Commander of tlon aa t0 ..what he ihmm the end g c elia Laven O. W. Cor. 3d & Main R. Horns Sbawwa 2000-the Faithful, wo tare afraid that tho would be." Ho said: "There is iu HHHBBHHHHIHIHHi Employers' Liability, Boiler, Tornado, Burglary, AatcmoiHo, Mrs Miir'ln Dugan and daughter, Jaws will not fare as well at Eng- - ciear evidence of a split In the Sinn SUr,y th SS?ftDMB.?tniie7herS2lBVi5 Workmen's Compensation Law a Specialty. are not ment must ,be reduced to very sad Mr. and Mrs. O J. Bennett Jews and Mohammedans friendly, and since England could straits when it looks (for a split in William Mooney, formerly of not afford to arouse the enmity of tho popular ranks as its only hope islam, it follows that in any clash of maintaining its hold. At all haTb eef vlslUngMrand" between tho Jews and tlie Moham- - 0Vents this admission is a confes- - Mrs. Edward Enochs, Crestwood. mjuans, ami a oiasn is mevuaoie, 'son that the (government has com England In Its own Interest will pictely brokon down and is no longMr. ana Mrs. A. i Mulloy enter take tho side of the, latter. England er sure of its footing, and it is also mino1 n hriiaftwnriTinr. nirv at their home 5010 South Third street. never has played fair where her an indication that If Sinn Fein Twenty-fiv- e guests were present. own interests could be served by do- keeps up tho pressure for any ing otherwise that is a lesson length of time Lord French and "lo , Dr; Mkh: Ca?T Orleans, where he fronx , which we hope the Jews will not be b.wiK .iuubl euner .iry ro Beuio ino spent a week and attended tho an IHCORPORATSED obJgod.to Jearn to their ost. .. Irish- - question toy a wTiolcsalo mas nual meeting of the American Medi sacre of tho inhabitants or get out. cal Association. This guaranteed weatherproof roof is applied LEAGUE HAS FAILED. Mrs. Harry T. Fisher went to right over the old, leaky, expensive, shingled WEDDING HELLS RINGING. Tulsa, Okla on a visit this past it In the course of an address, read roof, or direct to roof boards on new buddrpplf. nrifl ihAfnrA rofiirnlni will Mr. and Mrs John C. Ratterman snond si tcwpIt np two wlHi frinnld before a large meeting in the Sor- looking, longer wearing, fire ings. Better bonno at Paris in favor of the announce the engagement of their in at ' T.n.,t0 ' resisting and far more economical than any dauhtor-League of Nations. Cardinal Annette SfSf!ij50?.?2P,Saf to ss. J01?. jtfajor A. Scott 'Bullitt. Mrs. Bul- other roof obtainable. voiced the hope for a league which Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" ate"er- - Tfte wedding utt and Charles Stlmson Bullitt ? would prevent future wars. take place June 23. Cannot leak or come off. Wears like iron. Adds rived Saturday from Washington to Eyes always tired, headaches, wholo systom affected, comfort "In tho designs of Providence," Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Mor- - visit Major Bullitt's mother, Mrs, distinction and beauty to any building. Never has sacrificed? Have your eyes examined, see me at onco, don't delay. He wrote, "narrower are the 'bonds an announces tho engagement of Thomas W. (Bullitt, failed to give perfect, permanent satisfaction. I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. . which unite tho members of a fam- their daughter, Miss Edith Moran. Comes in three beautiful patterns Red, Green My prices are reasonably, give me a trial and I will convince you. to Richard Raymond Johnston, for-- 1 Messrs. John L. Sullivan and ily or of a nation, (but just as fami- merly of Beaver Falls, Penn. The Norman L. Murphy headed a hiking and Silver Gray. lies can not remain isolated, bo wedding will take place in June. iParty which which went fo the Ask us for samples of the Art Eight must nations be united. Such union, The marriaco of rn? Pnthcrlnn Suppernine House Saturday evening. Craft, and get an estimate for your house; "House pf Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician and dancing followed tho however, must bo founded on two Caroline Henry and Theodore B The Art Craft Roof will save you money. hike. 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Droppelmann was solemnized with laws justice and charity. Justice ?' aJi! JY!!" proclaims to the people as well as ng at Holy M Uurgy' a 'ronner resident ART CRAFT ROOFING CO, church the core- - .I". Incorporated. to the individuals: 'Render to all raony betac attended by a large ?J th,s & and. for mny. years In 1312 Storks Building. kAAAAAAA A AAAArAV men their dues.' Charity adds: Lovo ,lumJber of relatives and well wish- - tlie grocery 'biisiness at Seventeenth trAjAnWrr M located at Main 2645. c one another.' Such are the neces-.eriPino nii.ff Ark. i iior fn vi.it Mr. and Mrs. M. Reichnmth an to his old homo and friends, who Bary foundations of a genuine soof thoir are giving him a happy greeting, i ciety of nations. Let justice first of nounco the engagement Meet t daughter, Miss Josephine While will (bo SSCSKUU all reign amongst nations through Roichmuth, to Baldwin K. Genevieve his son,here hoW. BurgyJthe guest of Huag, the John 3001 West c the respect of every one's rights. wedding will take plpe May 10 at Chestnut street. and through the reparations of tho st- - Elizabeth's church with nuptial nigh Miss Margaret Brocar rights that may have (been violated. ing. mass at G o'clock in th'j morn . the membere of tho Euno 500 SECOND AND CHESTNUT (been assured. And once jdstice has Clul) Satlirdav nftnrnonn nv nr,,i nr, nf Tinr let charity, let mutual good will th m.rrtam ni thMr h. .rtSHS homo in Grainger Court. The mem- SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION bind nation to natibn as they bind Leonora Louise App, j: to Andrew Ders aro MIsses Mario Antoinetto Hasselwanrtor, man to man. On these conditions Vost at tho Sacred (Heart church. s'mon' Jia'heilne GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Homo City 3o5337 tho world will enjoy peace. Since' Tho wedding was quietly solomiilzed Catherine Kelly, Geneva Elizabeth Cuinl. 1)102 ! : on account of the illness of tho the men working for its realization brJde.? Clophas, Margaret Brocar, Evelyn rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAArAHbAAA1 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Botli brido and have called upon mo for an expres- - groom aro active church workers Qu're Mary Louise Bryant, Phono City 0574 elon of my thought in this solemn and have long (been sweethearts. . ATI flKAMr . Wi milAll M.Aln.v rTTTTTTTTTTTTT nUAwtMn " CIUUI A. WIUU1 J3UU1UI.J' 1UIU1' Tll-- 1 u. x.veiy announces me cat next week will umm . r iu saiiicnus, iutt . T 1, iiciuun-F i uv -be the exhitoi. CONFIRMATION CHILDREN rormuiate tne wisn tnat tne niture; """""so i jus uaugnrer, MiSS tlon and imtertflfnTrxvnt of tho ancnon lavely, to jwuerc pus or Miss Blanche Mitchell's Society of Nations provide a place (.wane 8FXCZAI, OPPEB CUT THIS OUT or ivuuuia iuucKeniusB, ' Bring- this coupon to oar studio ana we will make yon alx photos la) worthy of him for the supreme rep- Owensboro. They woreloraieny at rwinK Andomy, to be given at j married Macauley's Theatre next Friday folder and '; 7x11price $BjOO one largfe photo la 11x30 folder la sepia for 93.00. resentative of the highest moral au- without coapoa. .lar ?. " ZAC'1, "rJ";"'e" nislit. It Is expected this will snr thorlty which, speaking in God's ch"rSh,.b5r father Charles P. Itaffo pasg any ever witnessed hero, as the A J. KEUZ.INO, Photographer programme will include many new name, has the greatest power to u IOUISVHJLiE, KY. 428 W. BIARI03T ST. . mau.0 tuvjj uume in Qnd original numbers, bria anen to the practice of mutual w.j. AVJUnd, lUtUi Justice and of mutual love." Mrs. James Sylvester Maratta an PRAYERS FOR MOTHERS. What a pity that those wfoo drew nounces the marriage of her daugh- HIa Holiness. Pone fBenedlot XV, up' the covenant of tho League of ter M,ss Carolyn Marratta, to Dr. Park H. Modoaris. Nations at Paris did not take into Tho wedding was Tahleauah. Okla. has recommended "Catholic Moth- solemnized at the INCORPORATED to the Aroostlesbip of Prayer as account these conditions if or ob- rectory of tho Cathedral, iRev. Fran- - ers" senoral Intention .for the month ZVo-sa- t the lBaa.sJLrk.ecaas taining world peace justice, cis O'Connor officiating. Immodi- - of May. Tho Holy rather realizes "Let "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK ately Irst of all, reign amongst nations aearis after the ceremony lr. Me- - the paramount influence of the ana "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." through the respect ci every one's Tahlequah, Mrs. Medearia left for mother In the training of the child ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF (Incorporated) where they will make In the most impressionable period THE OLD A1MRT" rights that may have been violat- ciicir nome. of its life. He appreciates the lastBoth Phonci 3)5. 315 Guthrie Street. SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ed." iMtead of this, they set about ing character of the lessons tansbt "Wirn roMP. the child, and the habits acquired to"prpetuate the injustices that had McTIGHE, Asst. lKrr. MORROW, Manager. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED T. ))& done and bind tighter the To commemorate the oaaoniUon bv it durine its formative vears. He SKHM. ATTEKT!H T8 THCATER STSRAIE 25 CTS. ALL MEN W CHAME EXftMENCEt. understands that 'as tho fcwig ia t rsbMklee on aubjet jpeoplea. That of Joan at Arc. May 16. there will benL. the tree's Inclined.'" There-for3VIoixJL la why the league they formulated be a solemn Pontifical high mase In his' solicitude for the proper rearing P. Umm, M.,rlNrrK.sslTFMW. x UK UMHSjII rinUint m4 Mini fir New" Yorlc C Oath- - of children. Therefore hia holy de-'n St. Patrick fe already a failure. Ireland la only I'l Ul ,HB oa the morning of that day. aire for the extension et the spirit ni trample nt Uir mohi to R1ld n e g atteniOM1 a at o, genuIne Catholkism to the reparations for rights violated Fordham Uniyeraity, In which more era of the world. Therefore hia IT WOETH WHIL1" "YOU'LL by'Oreat Britain. Aadk until juattee than 11,000 children will ts&e part, urgent appeal to the Apoatleahip of w ' ""W be preeented am- - Praver to unite with him in prayer TO BAT IN A naaTbeen done to Ireland aad the Thl8 Z Sewer aac Cmlvert Flpe, dw the o' the 'Oathoiic A- - that Cod may bles the world with ii.u in .fHA T Baaasa's Patsat LtMsa ripe far Steasa Cealts, Guild of America. Special inu- - true OathoMc mother, who wMl aailKary force any league gjc has been, provided for the pag- - predate the aacred duties and the Wall Cepla, Brala Tilt, VltriSei BrkX, Incorporated a lallare. A'geant. FretMh folic songs of'th grave responatbilities of their holy of ifcaflbfla mMrt ) Flae Llaisf, Fire Brick Fire Let ua during the month leacsie fonndad on tajiwtiee is bound Mriod of the Maid of Orleans will mission. TH1 M0U8I OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Crate aaa Bsilsr Tile, Fire Clay, Chlssaey Tej. Z b CTU of 5'000 ahl,d" dedicated to Mary, the immae!at wtafeMiMM ran. Am! at the to Variety of Met Dtehee, Pastry, Home Made Pies, Cakes, Moats ,r ft oeeaslon. Iter, model of Oatholle mothers, wn traJn ray OFFICE 836SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. fcjX-to Parts th representative of Us B. Fahy is direotor of the ferverentlv for the lntentten nro- BLL1BNT OOfFBK watch It is eapeeted will nosed by His Holiness tfce Pone, was ar6illy 4 aouni ouwra Prince of PHONES CITY B7S.178.CUMB. MAIN 07. i9 south turns htkkrt Matters' Day, wfcat ttandl by fullr a,M0 people. Tossorrow tenors'. 1m KtitHe of Sewwe Near Broadway trORXS-Tiiirtee- aik I1 BreeklarMse hH If iath -' MaaeUa. X "isvwta to swomoMMUU more basA!al or .eassnplsjy obwr-PROMPT 8HRVIOK J the world PMOH8 JMBASOXABUB aildlww taV8 b,,,, eawtraeted than reesri& hoV eomrouat IM IS R on the ossnpiu of the valrentty. I kept out of Che eotifsrsawe. ion in their hoaorT MMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMIMM IIMIIM who are tempted turned out to over the success of Tom mockery. to enthuse Antl-Wilsonit- es each evening. . May 05 pestivai by St. Paul's .. .SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920 church, of 777 Pleasure Ridgo Park, at St. Helena's Coaivmcrclal Club, May 30 "Oak Farm," St. asks ino True Voice Philip Nori Dramatis Club, IbyWind-th- at iinv wn,aor', at "Tlie Lass of Limerick Town," at Bertrand Hall, Y. M. I. May i JJ Feathers and Mens Wearing Ap AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE OR CITY SOUTH 2. Closely Priced Good Clothes tf CLEANERS AND DYERS INCOlU'OllATliD 1140-4- 2 C3 jj S. THIRD ST. j ; thoir plans to (be only 1- -2 j SOCItTY. j $35 to $60 Satisfaction In Eyeglasses .. "') 'S 362 1 FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK RVI03B j oppo-jfro- m kindT1 , - s 4KD . ihHc-.trlns- . "' ,. .i.... ',,',' T??' - Lrrfh SleX CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP TH05. J. DOLAN Carpenter & Dudley Fire Insurance .. fc - j -- JSScI' raft DON'T FORGET THAT j loo GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME ,. rGt-ur- n i A Perfect Roof at the Cost of Shingles IS THE OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS," 1 I ar-w- ill I L. N. PEARIJVtrWS I , I ttM s- GET IT AT Lr jsiZL McGEARY DRUG STORE n! DAY AND JSTIGHT SERVICE , I I rY ..uiumiuiuwumg ., 4E - Seg-n-;- Byrne Speed Coal Corporation 1 BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 Open For -- great J. J. J. e City 1040 ni moth-mak- othr,aM to' Pent a"0 eeeteeeeeeee MD strbw P. BANN0N PIPE CO. Free, Standard Dairy Lunch House saa i ..LTl. Pet lrtta ?. t f JJrTa. sis; i ui l u I . ' JKBTXJOKIY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect' our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. XS&X&JEI AAdD&XBXOASr. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES A. PBNDBNNIS Inc. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. c Bosk and Bungling Buncombe profits." The foregoing untruth is hot snatched from one of "Red" Foster's essays on syndicalism. It is not a plank torn from ' a platform of Communism. It is a sentence drawn fresh from-- recent plea published in Louisville, wherein the "open shop" is described as an institution. The day has passed to pull stuff like this, and expect to get by with it. The man who in these perilous times would seek to array class against class is either an idiot or a knave. There are no classes in America and he who would make them is an enemy to his country. High time it is for all of us employes, employers, the public to pause for sober thought. Both employes and employers have duties as well as rights. There is no difference between the man a un-American .; LOUISVILLE HOME TELEPHONE INCORPORATED COMPANY longer hours and untrammeled quest of "The employers desire lower wages, fgF7 Home Phone City 305. . VXd MENS FURNISHINGS J AAAAAAAAAAAAkhkkAAAkkkkAAPRESSING DYEING CLEANING - CONNECTIONS $ For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets. KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Works 218 E. Market St. Special Rates on Large Orders. 11 DONE BT EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT MEN AND MODERN MACHINERY. FACILITIES TO SERVE TUB MOST PARTICUIiAR Wo Call For And Deliver Your Salt SOUTHERN 4201 SOUTHERN DRY CLEANERS 651-- J PARKWAY CLAUDE MILLER, Park 124; South Manager Park 124; South C51-- 3 Drs. 'Harrison and Strassburg Wo Maka a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination or Pain. IBSHSlvfJEKiS BvSSMMtLClfSi EpgggS 9BU2ilMKn HfHHMSuKniCC WMHMlSMUiCJBl B2iB5Prcl2M HQHIBBRH riTTED TESTES OlASSES Plenty-COAL-PI- enty 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phone City 4C03 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. best SERVICE REASON- - Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut PRICES abe $5.75 $5.75 Jellico Lump $7.00 West Virginia Lump $7 00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Phone City 4593 ' T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated BQ8-51- J. M. BUCKNER WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE 0 OR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTROMBTRIST, 315 Starka Baildiag. Tliivk Floor Fonrth and Walnut PhoaeCity II SO Per Ton of 3,000 Pounds Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stamps Free. SOUTH WENZEL ST. TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for - - - KENTUCKY Shop FRANKEL COAL CO. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'nd 7413 Nat. Jewelry & Leather PRICES THE Twelfth and Wilson Sou,th 27 LOWEST City 2010 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 012-01- 507 anrx and farm PROPBRiir Opp. B. F.WEST WALNUT ST. Keith's National Theatre See us about anything in real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIAstate. Wo sell, buy and rent. MONDS, WATCHES, RINGS, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, Some Phone City 4464. TRUNKE, ETC. 4 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager. who would seek to aispose of an article at 100 profit over what it cost to buy it or produce it, and the man who would consume ten hours to perform a task he can complete in five hours. SEE POOLE7 FOR MONSY. Loans to those having regular incomes or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. F. R. POOLET, ftom 1, Courier-JournBuilding, 415 S. Fonrth Street. al THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Home Phone, Shawneo 802 Telephone City tilO.'l yEBYB0DYS CLEANER AND :miller&son TALOtrSf M.J. gs Designs & Estimates Furnished Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ol DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe LIBERTY BLOW PIPE WORKS Work for tfaAWX!rfODEUNG SUITS MADE TO ORDER 511 SOUTH THIICD ST. Suits Called For and Delivered Clonic Phone 2pG0 HEATING & VENTILATING 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. practiced. 9 The square deal is the only thing that will make Louisville grow and her citizens prosper. It can't be practiced when it is proposed to shut the door of opportunity to the man who wants to work and yet does not want to "carry a card." forgetting duties and magnifying rights. Injustice is wrong, no matter by whom Both are enemies of the public, each "SOUTHERN SLICED STAB" BACON 'All Ready for Your Griddle Morning" la the ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speccialty 2011 WEST BROADWAY SECURITY I&oorporatad. HENRY GOSS HAMS, LARD. SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. InoornoraUd DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH GLOBE PAH) & LOAN CO, PRICES A. Lazar, Manager flloaey Advanced on Your Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phono Main 721. LOUISVILLE OAMBLY RENDERING SHOE 721; CO. NATIONAL HATTERS D. D. S. 325 WE'ST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone. City 1931 Mark Sales, Pres. J. O. Jacob!, See. and Tr.aa L, GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated 312 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Homo Phone City 2967. Plate Neca Louis A. Broring, 900-90- BROS. STORES JNO. F. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. A NEILL-L- VIELLE SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED greatest assurance of prosperity individually and growth collectively in the freedom and equity of an "Open Shop" city, or in a city under domination of champions of such bungling buncombe as "employers desire lower wages, longer hours and untrammeled quest Where do the citizens of Louisville find All Kinds of Footwear Whole Family Two HAMBLVS For the Mth and Portland. ism and Magazine Louisville, Ky. Established 1820 Storea OUTFITTERS OFFICE Shaw. 1716 City 7164 STATIONERS PRINTBRS PEOPLE'S FBOVXDEXT ASSOCXATZOX Incorporated n ClUzaa Was Organized by to Slake "Well-know- Weekly Savings Club START ONE MILL AND Staler la All Xlnds of Oftlc and Store Fixture, Safes, Gash Beoitars, snow Caiea, Oomatms, - of profits?" THIS MONTH WITH THE On FACTORY SUPPLIES "We Shelving", Zto. 610 W3ST XAXN STBBBT EMPLOYERS . . Home Phone, City .alcU J OF LOUISVILLE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central Avenue Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 358 0-- A rarnltnre and Other ferseaal Property at IOAV8 1S88 LOWEST BATKS COLEMAN BUILDING S. K. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2886 Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubber and Paper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. 301-00- Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. 408 SOUTH CLERICAL CHANGES. JosephjlubbuchSr.&Son Dealers in H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 KENTUCKY WALL PAPER AND RUQS LOUISVILLE Last week the Right Rev. Bishop ' 31ty 860 West 86G Home Phone, City 834 O'Donaghue announced the transfer of Rev. William D. Pike, for & Roofing Co. years stationed at Fairfield, tomany the City Elevator and Warehouse Roofing, Guttering and Spouting pastorate of St. Joseph's church at Bardstown, succeeding the late laSKYLIGHTS AND GALVANIZED Hay, Grain and Feeds IRON WORK mented Rev. CorneliUB J. O'Connell. The Home of "Quality Feeds" ROOF REPAIRING AND The Rev. Father James Maloney, a PAINTING A SPECIALTY brilliant young priest who did ex122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. S. E. Cor. Rcutlingor and Struck traordinary work while stationed at St. Columbia's church in this city, appointed pastor St. WM. P. BANNON ZERR & HOFFMAN has been church at Fairfield,of and Michael's Che people of that congregation aie F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. i PLASTERER" CONTRACTING to he considered fortunate In hav' ing .him for their pastor. Father VAULT BROOK AND BLOOM Maloney Is a son of Garrett Ma- '811 REALTY BUILDING louey and brother of David MaCumb. S. 164 Home City S380 loney, both of this city, and since Phone, City 2154 tils ordination has been a most zealous and indefatigable worker. Both parishes will be well cared fpr by these good priests. PETTY Oscar Farmer Sons Pearce CLEANING ilGRAN W. SMITH'S SON 1 ELLEN AID3KN GEARY. When the Angel of Death called Mrs. Ellon Ahorn Geary at her home In Lexington last Sunday i i AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 1 Funeral Director, and BOTH PHONES 810. Embalmerj I 4 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, -.- - - -- . - - - ji a iinafiainfiBiaiiaiaf tan millMHIIllHmHltHnWlllHIMMOH J DOUGHERTY & McELUOTTI 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embahriersj p 4 BOTH IJHC03?rjaj. CwmV. Mala WMM TtllltMllllimUHtHM"" V""'""""" IM Otty 3M8 I night the JJluegrass suffered the loss of one of its oldest and noblest women and St. Peter's church' LOUB8VILLB, K2 717-7- 1 B. CHHBTNTJT a most devout and exemplary raomf-beGeary was seventy years Mrs. ANY OLD HAT MADE old and ifor years was prominent in INCORPORATES. TO LOOK LIKE NEW. the best society circles of Kentucky, HATS GLEANED FELT whero news of her passing nwas reThe St. Peter's Casino Society 50 filed articles of Incorporation WedAND REBLOOKED, ceived with expressions of sincere CENTS. regret. She is survived (by her husnesday without capital stock and band, six sons, Col. Ge?y, now staHat Cleaning and Block- with authority, to incur liabilities 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ing Our' Specialty tioned at Camp Zachary Taylor, not to exceed $2,000 In carrying out Louisville; T. C. Geary, of Lexingpurposes. ; The 'object-o- f 'the NATIONAL HAT CLEANING ita, Is to. promote the welfare soton; W. J. Geary, Lexington; Edciety of WORKS ward Geary, Nicholasvllle; Ambrose the Catholic Church and to provide Geary, of Lexington and Robert A. Smith, Prop. Albert ror ueatn benems cor its members. Geary, Seattle, Wash.; four daughThe Rev. Charles Dberhausen, Paul A1.VtWtVVWtVVVV'VVfrVVVWVVVVVVVVi 533 WEST MARKET STREET ters, Mrs. Katherine Simpson, Miss Stauffer and Bernard Brlnkman are 9 ' . wA ..V..M . ... Mary ueary and Mrs. Thomas Seott, atMASFJlUjNJSaQi Home Phone, Cfty 5161 liUAlSKKJLaAJnU MMJ.n 39 j; the organizers. of Lexington, and Mrs; Paul Welt-sse- l, Akron, Ohio; brother Thomas SISTINE CnOHl COMING. A. Atoern,. lxington, and bwo sisters, Mies Mary All era, of LexingCable dispatches state that, with ton, and Mrs. Katharine Hosarty of the Pope's sanation, the celebrated Louisville. The funeral wa held SHrtine Chapel Choir at the Vatican Tuesday morning, Rev. William is being f owned into an interna ' -- " '" ' Punch officiating at the requiem tional touring ooropany, ooroprJaing high mass, at which wore many' a men and NORTON BUILDING &inty-ere-chortaer. During sweaty-tw-o -. . mn m from Loutevili, Ynmktort, Parte, boy the next V OeeMpMwwn and otter distent N. W. CorMt Fourth and rfew month tbey will tour Fraaee, Jtfftrswi Kngiawi ana tne umtea suites. IKrtnts. r, holds a warm place in the hearts of the people of Cincinnati CIGARS AND TOBACCO was plainly shown last week when thousands ot men and women from Candies and Novelties all walks of 'life, Catholics, Protestants and Jews, attended the recepBOX TRADE k tion tendered His Graco at the Club, of the on Sale. seventeenth on the occasion his proItnce Track Tickets anniversary of City 1080 motion to the archieplscopate, and oxtended to him their congratulations on the happy event and their for a long continuance GLOBE TIRES of his career of beneficent achieveCity 1134. QU ment. Gen. Michael Ryan, the "Grand Old Man" of Catholic Cincinnati, delivered an oloquont address, recounting the many splendid activities of the Archbishop during his administration of the archdiocese, dwelling particularly upon his fatherly interest and his wisdom In conceiving and realizing k the magnificont project of the Club, a rniodel home, hotel and club for Catholic young mien. The co. j,rf1 (, General mentioned the new semia. iMitnr. vn ojav4$.. nary as the thing nearest and dear. IHlHMtTaJulueiK est to tho heart of tho Archbishop, M aiakea ot n. 9mt iwrta and expressed tho hope that His Wa tar M ear Mr r ceaaltlea. Grace would live to see this wish of his soul fulfilled. In Balrd's Drnjr Store. GRIFFIN $Jefferson, Sixth and CONGRATULATE ARCHBISHOP. Mool-le- That Most Rev. Archbishop r 1126-112- FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. M. OOO B5. BROADWAY RATTERMAN City 2582 J. STRIEGEL Incorporated Main 2582 & CO. JOHN B. FINE CLOTHES Pen-wic- xuumu FOR MEN AND MISM FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST AIARKET STREET Furnishings and Cnps 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 60 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em West 1107a. t tfell-wlsh- JOHN B. WATHLN rURNErURJJ MOVING AND PACKING Shawnee 1986 Both Phonca 3241 C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR.. 630 South Tweat7-8txf- e CM. KECO - West 1934 LONG DISTANCE HAULING Olty . COUNTRY BOOS OX7B SFXCU&TT 463 SOUTH FIFTH STREET MEAT MARKET w SCHNEIDER'S .. - Maaar LOUISVILLE . KBNTUCKT 2SI9-- Y far-seei- Fen-wic- Mala a ft Funeral Director and Embalmed THOMAS KEEN AN DIRECTOR.. --. ..UNOBJEfcAI, . FRED ERHART ARCHITECT - J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. snmm -b-ii-fc-fc il? ai MSVMAnVtASm J3ai: . jaclculo. rnrmtmum a JMOPXCXOBSr r I XJRtXJSHC ambricah. I t I ' ) racoh a SON -- FORmSEVENTH KENTUCKY DERBY .1, We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. ;,, -- "incorporated - $40.OO0MJLY Twenty Days' Racing 8 to May 30 HERMAN STRAUS roufrm Avenue wcof?pa&ra SONS MARMT STfiCCT J We Qive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. &!&m&BCL May 8 DO YOU KNOW A'BOVI OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN?!! A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on leferrea Payments. The outstanding featarcs of this method aro ito convenience In making purchases withont any considerable outlay of cash. Tho advantage of buying oa the Club Tlaa daring our various sales AT SALE PRICES. Whatever Is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also tho price to a Household Club l'lan customer. Thcro Is positively bo advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It la conducted upon an opon basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are tho samo to all. CHURCHILL DOWNS KENTUCKY HANDICAP MAY 22 SEVEN RACES EACH DAY.f CONFIRMATION KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUBi J. M. Camden, President. M. J. Winn, V. P , Gerr. Mgr. RECENT 8ixy-th;xs- e, Chas. Grainger, Res. Mgr. MKCT HIIINKf" SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BASEBALL Double Header Sunday DEATHS. BLUE SERGE, AT j LOUISVILLE VS. Funeral services lor Mrs. Mary whoT died at Stein, aged tho homo of her niece, Mrs. William Knctoelkarap, were held Wednesday morning at St. George's church. Mrs. Mary Miles Gleason, seventy-fyears old, died Wednesday at her honita In Altawood. Sho Is survived by a son, Edward Gleason, a daughter, Miss Ethel Gleason, and a sister, Mrs. B. Of. Sherrll, of Brooklino, Mass. our JKB UI'.AK IIIAMIINIIS tMi JcMfry $13.50 I - $18.00 $1.50 i i INDIANAPOLIS ' Game called SIDNEY'S 308 W. White Shirts and Blouses I To Go With Confirmation Suits, at 3 o'clock. Reserved Seats new to sale at Baschimjtf s. JeScr St. New Business Management PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary MODERATE X SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS Willard Cafeteria EXCELLENT PARE Opposite jfrftElfrfrfrfrfrflifiifrff tfrfrfr$li;aftefteeeeee remains of Prank J. Selbert, who died in St. Louis. Besides his wife, Catherine Selbert, ho is survived by hi3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Selbert, 438 East St. Catherine street. Yesterday morning Rev. rather Donohoa conducted the funeral serv Ices at St. Paul's church over tho HAVE YOUR $1.00 wmw $1.25 wmi ELECTRIC FAN Guilders Elect. Co. New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' anrl Firfr pAmmiininn wiiiu PnnfimBfiAn uiauwii ! l Efficient Protection At no greater cost to your estate than if employ ing an individual, you can secure for the protection of your minor heirs a guardian which Is always at its place of business. a vacation. remove from the city. Will not Is not subject to illness. Will not grow old and feeble. Will not die. Is never on X Miss Nora Ryan, widow of John Ryan, died at her home in Overhauled now and avoid leaylng three daughters ? R. C. STDLLWELL, two sons, Mrs. Julia TInsley, the rush. and St. Matthews, Ky.; Mrs. Marion Business Manager Harbison, Indianapolis: Mrs. Cather MEATS SEBVED ine Weber and James Ryan and , Incorporated 0' Harold Ryan, Jeffersonvllle. Puner- ..,w.. ., ftl services were held yesterday . 333-33- 5 " " ' morning at St. Augustine's church WEST MAIN ST. """" c:oo to 7130 sapper Phone-Ci- ty C35 Main Martin Cain, a well known and respected resident of the West End h4'iVJ.il.,iiTiil.ll.itJ,ax.fc,,liiJ.JiAi X T" and for yoars an employe of the Illinois Central, died last Monday at 1 his home, 2023 Portland avenue, 11 iouowing a long nint'ss. ue is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Cather ine Strobell, Mrs. James Murphy, Electric Suction Sweeper Misses Bridget and Mary Cain. One brother, Patrick Cain, also survives. Funeral services wero held ThursIT BEATS day .morning at the St. Ctecllia's church. AS IT SWEEPS Court IIouso Jeffer-sonvlll- o, laee)8aje)ee)ee & Ui f Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAltlCET STREET. . HIGH GRADE COFPEE Tea, lb Coco, lb Baking Powder Extract, par tube PieFUling Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Goffcolb THE 40c t 60 80cto$l.S 40 30c te OO HOOVER AS IT CLEANS SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c 30 ftm 2M$ LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with & total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by th people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. TWIN OOTY LEAGUE. i Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co.! Tafel Electric Columbia Buildine Fourth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company in the South. lMtJMOMtltttttfft ttftf Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. ii Co. 11 34 JAMES GREENE MONCRIEF FURNACES AXIfc continued up until 3 o'clock there wero over 5,000 people present and great enthusiasm manifested In tho games. Tho A. O. H. and K. of C. staged a slugging fcontost, tho Hibernians winning toy a score of 14 to 5. Ray Haragan's St. Xavler team won all the way against Manager Joo FelT hoeltor's C. iW. A. club of Jefferson-vlll- e by a score of J 2 to 0, Aulbach a twodiit AT FACTORY PRICES. pitched John boat game. Tho Knights George Thornton's of St. Easy terms. Phone us for free, Alackin Colts In a 11 to 7 contest, trial on our 1920 model In your and it Is pleasing to noto that tho young players of both teams put all homo. Wo repair any sewing machine kinds of "pop" in tho game. Tomorrow Mackin will play St. X. on 1; & CO. Diamond on A. O. H. will meet K. J. C. DORSEY Diamond 4, and K. of of St. J. O. will meet C, M. A. on Diamond City COCO City 985 Main 230 WEST JEFFERSON Tho Twin City League opened Its 1020 season last Sunday afternoon and despite the bad weather which UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES I Best Cigars Made f !' 'Iff TTT'TTT't"!" . SINGER Sewing Machines Dive your poy an education that will prepare Uiem for life ff0eeeeeeei SODAS MARKET AT SECOND JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP (Tho House of Mirrors) St. Xavier's 113 "W. College Qym-nasio- Broadway, loulrrtlle, Ky. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Classical, Scientific and Business Courses, Preparatory Department. Large Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, DIr. JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS INCORPORATED 'At Ner to Yon ai the Nearest Phon' C42 E. JEFFERSON STREET We Buy, Sell And Quote AH Issues Of 8. FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 A SPECIAL, WREATH $5.00 ey Club will have as Its guests visi tors from pretty nearly every land under the sun. Tho Kentucky Derby reputation BONDS andnow has a world-wid- esecond' place in does not take Comparison with tho famous Ensom In Any Denomination Derby of England. Tho Held of Or Amount. Bverywnert horses In today's classic will com- We telegraph pare favorably with any of the faThis Furnace will last longer, give more heat and, burn mous Derbies of tho past and with less fuel than any furnace made, and we have thirty years' CALL TJS FOR any racing attraction in the wide & experience to prove it world. The Jockey Club officials Guaranteed and Free Service A Fivo-Ycaro to .be congratulated on the new 118 South Fifth Street. imnravements at Churchill Downs Bond wlfh every furnace. City 001 Main 190 and tho card of high class sport to PAY LATER. bo furnished. BUY NOW. FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company DOUUL13 IfEADEtt TOMORROW. . Kentucky Tho Louisville ball team will have Louisville INCORPORATED. a holiday this afternoon taking a tozxswlig tetf Atatrnal Nails SetottiflciHjf Treat Years Ought To Be Sufday off on account of the Kentucky Thirty-tw- o 521 WEST MARKET STREET. ficient Guarantee For My Derby. Tomorrow a douolo header Dr. Uriah Z. Litsay will tbo staged with our bitter rivals', Knowledge and Integrity Wo manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. ?sRV MS tho Indianapolis club, this, being tho U It's For Sale Givo Mo a Call Chirayedlst City 9384 Main, 2382 last same s at home until Juno 2. 507 PINK VARBLE iwhon the Western teams will open .mmr:, Starka REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER got a chance Bailding here. Local fans will itiUiMaieae6f BlfcW tomorrow to again see our 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. Both Phni..' ibasoman, Shepnor, In action, Both Phones and judelng from the winning spurt since his . arrival tho team is INCORPORATED Both Phones 2406 now in its proper stride. With many Ecllpso race REUTLINGER & CO. of thoshould visitorsa left overbreaking' 712 WEST OEHAM 0 0. ST, have BRECKINRIDGE Park record attendance tomorrow, Its a cinch, Adolph Rcutlingcr QUALITY ICE CREAM Manager Jack Hendricks will be reSASH, DOOKS, BLINDS AND MILIAVORK. FIRE INSURANCE minded very often of his dallying IiOuiHvillc, Ky . Brooka nd A Sts. tactics at Indianapolis last Sunday a City 1866 South 2500 TORNADO, LIABILITY AND r week. PLATE GLASS EAT MORE OP 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET CSOLUMBIA .ATHLETIC CLUB. eee KENTUCKY DERBY TODAY. All roads will lead to Churchill Downs this afternoon and the Jock NO RAISE IN PRICES. LIBERTY The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit HOT FURKACB WHY PAY MORE? Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Established Over 1 Flo-war- s Wakefield Co. f Suits Pressed, Only 50c Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Tweny-fiv- o ar Oil and Grease ---- WE ARE RESPONSIBLE Years. MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. CORNS.BUNIONS Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. Both Phones 2635. Wo Call For and Deliver". 421 W. Chestnut St. FRED G. JONES & CO. iBoi new-thir- Main 1813 LUMBER LUMBER ICE FURNAS ANDERSON LUMBER Doors .PHONES: Sash ALL CO OUR LONG SUIT IS Broadway andlSiliS LUMBER CNDER SOOT BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK 4X8 jemmr SrsckiBxiatre; o 430 JS. jNCOwoRArQm' BraaoU" Tara utA witch, IiOgVB. ft St. Oftth. WIIvIv B. 3Vi:iXyXEKE 0.0- - Where tae bOBM brightest ; MA SGVTX TXXBB LUSITANIA Phoncs-27- 50 Twelfth and Oldham Invlta xou to Inspect thajr hwxJwb. "Yesterday was TOnrEpOED. Where the work Bsth "HAYRIDE PARTUS" the fifth anniverlightest; d Garaga Before 1129 WEST MAIN STREET yeur car tor sate Ireepiacr. sary of the torpedoing at tho Lusl- you enter 19 Where the eaeal veiMfceae Otty er arato MM fee tania by a Uerman submarine, "Wiien eooked best; Bate. 1454 lives wero lost. City 6299 Mala (1146 HARVEY-JELLIC- O Where the raage steaaa the test WIKLAND-0RUT0HE00. FURNITURE MOVING, PACKING Idea Envelope for MaH Matter the where That's Incorporated AND CRATING DfCOXrOXi.TK TilANSO-T-- A New Envelope AVldch Heal' 'Oak ' LONG DISTANCE SERVICE FOR Will Save Time, Worry and Meuey; GARAGE The Company With the Ctal and the Service. It Is Fool Proof. ALL KINDS, OF QOODS ColamWla Tracks Garford Tracks QIak Meal Gaa KaaiM 'tRANSO BNVBLOPa CO. wail Kagaelia. Yard at First ami A. 6 HAST MAIN STRUT XUTOEUfftOir Bitot. Xw4a located at Flf ;,. 419 SOUTH SIXTH VfJMKVT Payae 88 Keayea Bld., LonJavlH, Ky. gteste ajul RewrfrJac. Caw Tani a aOftrater, ' icHy lite pmlr sss jr asd Xiit ler. iato.' Servke Ti., CMr ati.VlanU. LUMBER tetk Fjpa4 Monday night the outgoing Enter tainment Oom(mlt(eo of the Colum334 East Market Street bia Athletic Club entortainod the members wlth an enjoyable lunchCUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 eon. To make things (merry tho One week of warm weather does new committee will entertain with a away with a slight cold. Hot baths free stag party for members and do the eame with a heavy cold. Hot thejr ifrlends. From the advance baths (steam or electric baths) re- - salo of tjekots a 'largo crowd is any cold before pneumonia orisured for the moonlight oxcurslom pleurisy, etc., set in. on May J3, on tho Island Queen. President Brueggoman and Secretary THE DUNLOP MOTOR club Kraemer are giving tho popular an active and progressive administration, COMPANY NATUROPATH A. LOSE as-mo- ve DE MICHAEL'S ICE CREAM AND BRICK CREAM Wo Givo a Special Price For Parties GIVE US A TRIAL WEST KENTUCKY STREET 1551 DELICIOUS Oambq BoatJj 9145 Home, City 1688 Phone City 12 For Industrial Plants and Factory Repairs. LUMBER II Sixteenth and Maplo City 6910 Res., Shawnee Incorporated 1,863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND Where the QuicK Meal Comes In "Where work la IIUH fire-proo- f, steaa-keatfr- IlJI mull doae; Where ecokUx real faaj . COAL CO. R Soli. Iaatalled Where bakiag rlvw light? Where drade U sight That's where "Qolek Meal" to, MlgUy Ri . Ma trt. 124-12- Ud GEHER & SON, w. MARk5ET st;