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The noxt step of a statesman- llkr 'Government should be to allow the pcoplo chooso their their own form of government. Finogan, Cathorino Furey, Ruth Johnman, .Antoinette uoss. irirnesiino Hlnos, Evelyn King, Allno O'Connor, Beatrice- IRapp, Cecilia Sullivan, Mar garet vennuii, xjiiuuu nuriuuui, Wed-Layma- 1 yH H H American repre-Uorkee, Borro-porto- WOM: HOMC.M Brery Drirer an Kacort LevluHIt Taefcrt I TraMfr Ci eoo Incorporated MAM VOLUME XLIVl-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ORPHAN PICNIC. the near Mayor has never uttered a whisper. Bennett is doomed and hero i Is tho real reason: In testifying in ' Weekly meetings In preparation Uio Criminal Court lie exhibited a for tho orphans' picnic on tho Fourth feigned statement frron .T. II. Scales, of July are being held on Monday former circulation manager of the evenlngs at the Knights of Columbus WORK FUND GOATj. Hall. 81 fi Smith Pflllrtll STATE COUNCIL MEETS. Herald, which the firnnl In. Temporary Chairman Selected Ex- Ramblingin protection latter asked for ' torest Is boing manifested and very Supremo Ni'dcfiiry An endowment fund df $25,000.for Henry T. Serabcr Picture of tlio Present Reign Slates His Views three-da- y annual convention The Cov, a negro Republican precinct few or the parishes are not r. 000 with which to conduct activities poses Hcrt Propaganda of After Tour Through tho of Terror Under Martial among organizations in of the Kentucky Stato Council, Catholic For that indiscretion Sear- - sented. Pastors are klndlv urced tn Bingham Press. cy, Lucas and Burllngame will be remind their parishioners that their America and foreign countries will Knights of Columbus, at Maysvllle, Itulc. West. bo raised toy the National Catholic completed Its business at noon BatiBfied with nothing but his dlsmls-- presence will be appreciated. At tho fcal and tho near Mayor won't save meeting Monday evening the follow-hiCouncil of the National nesday and adjourned. In addition Good-byi,nB parishes were represented: Cath- Capt Bennett. Catholic Welfare Council, it was an- - to the representatives of tho twenty- num- New Major. Smith Announces That A detoctivo from Cincinnati re- - cdral, St. Ann's, St. Charles d People Seem ti Uo Amused nt the Brutal Coercion Gives Impetus to the nounced following organization of bIx Kentucky councils, large the Welfare Council by representa- bers of visiting members attended that Slaughter, tho noted moo's, Holy Cross, St. Louis Ber- Louisville Is In RjuUFlnanclnl Kits Over Dangers of Demand For Recognition of the sessions. P. H. Callahan, Judge tives from 171 Catholic societies at a bank burglar, drovo right through tranu's, St. Mary Magdalene's, St. Way. mass meeting that closed Friday In Frank Daugherty, Thomas D. Slat-ter- y Cherokee Park and through Louis-- 1 Patrick's, St. Paul's, St. Philip NeRepublic. Anarchy. Chicago. The Laymon's Council Is and Matthew J. Hennessey reville with a man bound and gagged l'l's. Tho Executlvo Committee, it In his auto. Well, what of it? Our was reported, one of the subordinate organizations sponded to toasts at a banquet for held an Important of tho General Welfare Council and members, their families and guests" Cincinnati slouth evidently doesn't meeting during tho week and decided will bo guided by an executive board at the Neptlino Hall. Grand Knight; Capt. Bennett Arouses ft-- of Repub- roallzo that tho same criminal could to recommend that an automobile be A. Cruel nnd Merciless Process to Kill of twelve members. Upon this com- ThoniaVM. Breen presided. A dancq have driven down in front of tho made tho leading feature of tho nic- - Woik and Not Politics Relied Upon lican Machine By "Expose of ' ho Spirit of tlio Clty Hall and changed his tires wlth-.n,mittee tho work of ohtalnlng the en- followed the feast. Tuesday aftor- It is confidently expected that to Solve the Living V' r out being discovered by our dowment fund will devolve. The fol- noon the members and their families minded persons will Gambling Protection. Nation. Problem. woro taken on automobile rides' lowing are members of the commitipollce. A gontloman from out Dlno their donations and present tho tee; of town remarked tho othor day that nutomobilo to tho society for the Richmond Dean, Highland through Mason county. The after he couldn't seo why our pollco ever purpose. The President stated that Park, 111.: F. P. Kunkel, St. Louis; noon session yesterday was devoted Thomas D. O'Brien, St. Paul; Nio largely to discussion of educational KEYSTONERS HAVE? A CLUE. discovered anybody or anything, as "le buttons had been received, and POPULAR VIOLATING LAW AND JUSTICE. Gonner, Dubuque, Iowa; Thomas O. matters. Reports showed that the they walk along the streets neither M" e distributed at tho earliest WOMEN. Agar, Now York: Judge P. J. N. Hal- - order is doing much for educational to tho right or to tho left. Portunlty. These buttons will be ly, Detroit; James F. Herran, Phila advancement. Material gains woro no one or no thing. One of Posed or nt tho church doors as well as at public places, and have delphia; Robert Biggs, Baltimore; made in membership and finances our residents explained Once more the close relation be- for this. Ho said: "You tho reason leading factor In tho success been a Returning to Now York from a A somber picture of Ireland's pres- Judgo E. L. Smith, Hartford, Conn.; during the last year. know nine-of fortween tho Bingham press and Boss ty per cent of our present police1 nlor Plclnics. When comprehensive tour of tho Following nro tho officers installent TeJgn of terror under martial rule C. I. Dcnechaud, New Orleans: E. L. Is known Tobe Hert, of tho Republican party. force, lenown as Keystonors, wero 10.000 buttons will it disposed that William J. McGinloy, Supromo West, Is contained in an editorial indict- Hurley, San Francisco and T. P. ed for the next year: be Secreof State Deputy John J. Donovan, Is exposed and again demonstrated former motormen and conductors D" tho committee In charge it can be tary of tho Knights of Columbus, ment of Britain in tho Irish Inde- Flynn Chicago. The programme Courier-Journthat the columns of the pendent. The significance of the edi- adopted for guidance of tho council Ludlow. and they wero so used to following . readily seen that a handsome return stated that his observation throughand Times will, falsify and the rails and keeping time that they niay bo expected, out his tour convinced him that the Stato Secretary Georgo A. Berktorial lies in the fact that tho Inde- Includes reports of representatives of color the news to aid tho Hert ma- continue the same practice as police-- 1 Tho President of the societv. geographical existence of unrest was pendent is not a Sinn Fein newspa- each organization regarding special ley, Louisville. chine. For four or ilvef weeks past men. They make posts per. It substantiates tho claim of work of Catholic Interests, requiring State Advocate H. W. Rives, y In inverso ratio to talk about It. InJust like George II. Naber, will adt as tho Courier-Journand Times" in Irish sympathizers in America that of each member of the conference to used to make tho car barns and eral Chairman of tho picnic and John specting the K. of C. chain of free psupposedly special dispatches from turning tables, and they nro so coercion-toCassllly has beon requested to act schools for former service men, ho the British carry a special message to bis local State Warden C. J. Richardson, the brutal Washington have been tipping their Intent on making posts that darn ns General Secretary. Tho following found that this system of every ity regarding tho building up of paro Ellzabethtown. Government has alienated technical readers that the Republican National don'.t have tlmo to look around they State Chaplain Tho Rev. James shade o,f Irish Independence, and has chial and diocesan and lay organizaand'mvo ueen appointed on committees: education is doine much fn anttatv Committee would select none other si7o up things." Miss Nellie Baker, Button Commit- - thousands of returned men with an given treine'nddtis lmpeteus to tho de- tions; training schools for trained L. Gorey, Newport. Delegates to the Supremo Conven- than Gov. Ed. Morrow, 6f Kentucky, lut Jonn j. uioiim, candy Commit- - opportunity to regain the economic mand for recognition V tho Repub- social workers; problems of the adoA crowd of men as Temporary Chairman, and it was around a placo over on who gather teJ J- G- Bennett, assisted by H. lic Tho editorial In part' says: lescent boy; International relatlon- - tion at New York in August ThomWest Market J. "tatus they had relinquished In order insinuated that the Lockctt case Btreet played a moan Joko on some t'oetter and R. D. Langan, Country to son' tno country. Lord Salisbury's panacea for Ire--'i Bhljy representation in the namo of as D. Clines, Louisville; Albert "T1, Wst Is not Interested In Owensboro; Frank P. O'Don-nel- l, hero (?) was thus hon6red because Keystoners the day after the Elsie Store; B. J, Campbell, nig Wheel; land was "twenty years of resolute me council, jq important meotings ho was tho closo friend and appoinMayevllle. government" or coercion. By Tories with secular orgttnieatlons or .Governrobbory of $43,000 worth of JIls- Thomas Kocnan. Ready to volutions, political pr otherwise. In The State Council voted to meet tee of Tobe Hort. As proof that this Jewels at the Soolbach Hotel. OnolWear: Jo'n P. Cassllly and Robeit,fact' t,ie West Is rather amused at and Liberals coercion was alternately ment movements; relatloncon inter-- , propaganda emenated of the men was reading out aloud tho Thornberry. Piess. the fits wo seem to bo throwing In tried in the last quarter of tho nine- national conferences and tuposts. ajvensboro In 1921. , from the Courier-Journand TimoS day following about tho robbery, and Other committees will bo an- - tno East over tho dangers of anar-r- . teenth century, and each In turn from chairman in each national office only, not another paper in tho nounced later. It Is important DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. found that the policy was a failure. Catholic organization regarding new "W' what tho West rolies upon to Koystoner toutted In to United States, with the jpossiblo ex- was the goldlnged robbery. ask whoro a ,arSO attendance be on hand atthat , Bolvo tl,e living problem is work, not Under the present Government there activities In tho particular fields. The They all the ception of tho official Republican looked aghast to think meotlng of Politics. Whatever power I. W. Tho regular has been a reversion to that hateful Rov. J. J Burke, of New York, pretho poor old , next meeting so that tho selection of , ,sni ,,a(l ln t'o West has waned eystom, but the methods employed sided at tho closing sessjon. Tho Louisville Circle, D. of I., will toe machine organ, the Louisville Herfor tho various unfilled Im- cop hadn't oven heard of ald, even hinted that Hoydy Ed. was big robbery and to string him one thecllalen posts can bo had from as Pctcr w- - Collins, a national K. of C on this occasion for Executive Committee wll select the held Tuesday, May 18, 8 p. m., at tho being of Prtant considered as Temporary tho crowd told him tho big robbery t many parishes and as many workers lecturer, is addressing thousands of and vlndlctleness are worso officers of the council and name the K. of C. Hall. A large class of candidates arc then to be Initiated, and Chairman of tho Republican conven- was down on Market street at a li.tle as Possible. All who have served Persons in Westom cities every day than any punitive campaign adopted time and place for Its meeting. by the British or any other Governit Is hoped that many of tho members tion. is pleasing to noto hotel. The Koyaioner heretofore on committees and who on the evils of extreme radicalism It that'the cam- Jumped and said;. will manifest their interest toy being ment in modern times. Liberty in IRISH BOND DRIVE. "Well, I'll be reel like repeating their efforts In i T,l Peoplo are well informed and present. The latter part of May will ouflaging policy of the Bingham pa- John Brown if that alnt on my beat," , tI,,s Rl1 cause are urged to be pros- -' ,tnow "ow t deal with foolish the personal as well as the political sense has vanished. The people dare Bertrand Hall was well filled Tues usher in their operetta, "Oh, Oh, pers is fooling loss and less every away ho went hot footing it to,pnt- The next meeting will be in tho tators. The West looks to more t moro politics, for rollof not meet publicly to state the nation- day night In response to the call of Cindy," which Is now toeing rehears- day, and go where you may among the little hotel down tho street. On .Parlors of the K. of C. building, and work al grievance; they are forbidden oven tho local Irish Societies for a meet- ed with much enthusiasm, and as Democrats severo criticism is given his way ho picked up two more of everyone will bo welcome. i"m post-w- of C.inflation." Secretary very fine talent in tho Courier-Journand Times for tho Joke cops who hadn't heaid of Supreme The K. to Inquire into the economic condi- ing to prepare for the inauguration thero is some stated K. of C free schools were CRUSADE VICTIM. tion of the country; raids, arrests, of the Irish bond drive, which will Louisvlllo Circle, this first theatrical their attempts to masquerade as the robbery and they surrounded tho Domocrats, yet every move. lis In aid little hostlory. Finally one of growing more rapidly in tho West and deportations are tho order of the soon take place. S. J. McEMott pre- - should be very successful. Informa their Archbishop Oliver Plunkett. wlmsn than in tho East. The first school. day. fliaeu, ana after spirited talks by tion as to timo and pla.co will be giv- of Tobo Hort.'our city and State boss superiors called them up and asked from Indiana, or in discussing. Demo- why they weren't patrolling Prof. William A. CoKolan, of Chica- en later. iioir beatification takes Dlace in Bnnm nn founded In Boston about a voar aim. In the month of January alone cratic party affairs an ' attempt is beats, and like to fell over when he Lra' 23- waP bm near Oldcastlo, inas been followed by sixty-footh- arrests were made. Without trial go, Rev. Patrick Walsh, Attornoy mado to create dissonsion. Both pa- was told that they had surrounded County Meath, Ireland, in 1629. and.ers more than half of theso in the FIRST CO.AIMUNION CLASS. or charge men, and oven boys, have Thomas Walsh, P. J. Dowling, Jepers tried to persuade Cov delegates the little two.story hotel to catch came of one of tho most conspicu - West. Knights In fifty towns he vis- been cast Into prison. Lord French, rome King, Mrs. D. J. Dougherty and Sixteen boys nnd sixteen girls of to bolt their instructions, and tho tho $43,000 Hourigan, lau Macpherson and their abetters at Miss Margaret who Jewelry crooks. The ous families of tho section, two lted announced that they would open the Castlo are. It Is pretended, doing aroused much enthusiasm, captains St. Philip Neri parish will cherish plnn to denounce the Stato conven- boss had a. hard tlmo getting them Earls, Roscommon and Fingall, and froe vocational schools. Tho K. of P,an to have 250,000 former serv- all this for the purpose of maintain- wero selected for each of tho twelve tho memory of last Sunday, when tion ns being dominated by Stanley away, and tho Keystoners are still two Lords, Louth nnd Dunsany, be- ing "law and order." Was there over wards of the city, and they will or- they had tho extreme happiness of wns only forestalled by Senator Stan- grumbllng over not being left to '"R blood relatives. Ho went to leo men In schools by September, Homo to study for the priesthdod. When tho Knights of Columbus tuch a mockery? Dally the govern- ganize their district teams. Thomas maklrfg their first holy communion ley's ringing speech, in which ho Ringhnni, Hert, Morrow & Co. catch them "gol domed slickers." A Ho was ordained in 1041, and re- - throw open their free night schools ment themselves are violating the F. McGuiro, Stato Chairman for Ken- at a solemn high mass at 7:30 Parkland resident complaining nt tho The nttompt now to revive the Low-de- n Chief's office the e fundamental principles of law and tucky, announced that the drives in o'clock In the morning. Rev. Fathon day said that uiiuueu in Koine as tno ropresenta- - lu lu""r sorvjeo women aiier of lief act that in elghtyears of other of Justice; they nave abolished consti- Covington, Owensboro and Paducah Ackerrnann was tho celebrant of the Democratic admin- pointed the Irish Bishops. He was ap- 'nK recruited thousands of former 'ArchbTinop of Armagh in, service men, it was thought that a tutional government In this country had been very successful, and the mass and administered the sacra- Boss Tobo threw his support to the istration there never was a robbery n Illinois Governor early In the fight, and enthroned In its place a form of same result was expected In many ment, assisted by tho Rov. John In that section, but now there arc iui)a. m itY3 tno snartesbury ner- - uemauu wouia oe mnae ror classes in and Rev. Father Filbert, O. F. and you can't help chuckling when three or four a week. No, this wasn't 8ecutlon of Catholics in England bo- - domestic science and other pursuits repression and ruthless tyranny be- other cities. There will toe another side which Prussianism may be re- Joint meeting next Tuesday night in M. In the afternoon at 3 o'clock you see what a lemon Tobo picked published in Chief Petty's bulletin. gan and the Catholics of Ireland did Peculiar to women. But tho Knights not oscapo. Archbishop Plunkett, na(' different experience. Possibly garded as mild. Thelr's is not a rule Bortrand Hall, .when the names of thore was solemn vespers and bene- for tho Presidential contest. Tho l, Times and the other accompanied for tho greater part of tho women had done all tho knit- to maintain order; it is a cruel and those who will comprise tho teams diction. TAKES FLORIDA PRIZE. Republican paper, the Herald, are the time by Dr. Brenna, Archbishop tin?, etc., they cared for during tho merciless process to kill tho spirit of will too announced and tho date set working strenuously to revive old RETREAT FOR WOMEN. tho nation. Somewhat similar meth- for opening tho drive. Reports from Sister Mary Etholbert and those In of Cashel, succeeded In evading the'I n'ar. The fact remains that the most Lowden's boom, but It is sagging oh!ri. nf tim Pnnwnt nt Hia TTniv British officers for seven vears. but popular study with tho women in the ods were tried by the pagans of old all over the country wero to tlio efTho second annual retreat for wo- miserably. Inst was captured. He was con- - K- of C. schools is automobilo me to kill Christianity itself. When fect that the people were giving a pleas-,a- t Name, Tampa, Fla., are Near Mayor Smith comes to tho ed with tho Information much Lord French and Shortt came horo In generous support to the new Repub- men under the auspices of tho Cathfrom the victeu ami sentenced to be hung, cnanics. Tney nocic to the courso olic Ladles' Literary Association be- front Thursday morning with an ac- boaid of Judges appointed to review drawn and quartered, and the son- - and show as much of an aptitude as 1918 tho country was comparatively lic of Ireland. gan at Holy Trinity Catholic church, knowledgement that tho old town the essajs submitted in tho army tence was carried out at Tyburn on tflo nien for learning the Intricacies quiet and peaceful. Repression, first New Albany, with a solemn high Under his reform management is school essay contest recently held July 11, 1681. Tho trial provoked of multiplo cylinders. So far tho MOURN MS DEATH. tried on a slightly modified scale, has mass Sunday morning and continued nearly broke, nntl to snvo tho city throughout tho United States that even orricial revolt, and tho next day number of men enrolled In the K. of been brought to a degree of perfecFuneral services for Edward G. over Thursday. A service also was from bankruptcy wants to raise- move tho prlzo for the State of Florida has Lord Shaftabury and Titus Oates C. freo schools vastly exceeds the tion on a par with the penal laws dee years old. who died held at the 7:30 o'clock Monday by taxing property 100 per cent its boen awarded to Miss Grace Girard, wore arrested and the number of women by about thirty to nounced by Burke as the most cruel Hill, one; but tho women have Just as engine of oppression ever devised by Tuesday morning at his home, 1400 night, and services were held morn- full face value. Right after Smithy a student of their convent. The prize crusade ended. large a proportion of their number the perverted ingenuity of man. Bouth sixth street, after an illness ing and evening Monday, Tuesday, and his reform boys went Into office awarded to Miss Girard consists of studying motor mechanics. SPIRITUALISM EXPOSED.' rulers ac- of two months, were held Friday Wednesday and Thursday. All of tho Republican Leagile used to issue a sterling silver loving cup', of med The K What have theso of O. teach the subject In sixty-fiv- e complished? Their sway has re- morning at the Church of tho Im- the services wero open to all of the a pamphlet entitled "Facts," nnd Its' ium size and suitably engraved and pages were filled with glowing praise Is In recognition of Kilngsborg, tho magician, will schools in all parts of tho country, duced the country to a stato of dis- maculate Conception. Eighth and Ce women of tho city. tho author havof the achievements of tho "reform" ing composed tho best essay of any give' a highly interesting entertain- For the last five months a succoss-metraction such as has not been wit- dar streets. Mr. Hill was born in r, administration. We'll say this, on PARISH MEETING. for former service men nessed within living memory. Anar- Jefferson county and was widely student living In tho State of Florida. nng. May Sunday and Monday oven- - ful school,operated Ches Searcy, Matt Chilton, Paul Students of lOOschools entered the 16 and 17, at St. Boniface has been in Youkers, the chical tendencies may exist at the known and n leader In Catholic cir Monday evening a large audience Burllngame and the others who con contest. The GoVernor of Florida, Hall, Jackson and Fehr avenue. His programme being reading, writing, top as well as at the bottom, and ar- cles. He was first employed by the bitrary power carried to extremes Is Sonn & Ackerman Brewing Company, enjoyed the St. Joseph parish meet duct our city and county affairs ono Rev Catt3, must have been Jar- progiammo Is unique with an abund-- . 'rlthmetic and various othor moio anarchical. The Lord Mayor of Cork but became head of the ing held in Vernon Hall, lor which haven't had the gall to Issue "Facts" red when he hoard this piece of news, ance of thrilling effects. Several pro- - advanced or moro profltablo of the Hindu magic art JocLs. Then something happened--seeminwas shot dead in his own home; a Central Consumers Company when an excollent programme had been lately, as facts now pretty near speak if ho had his way he would closo all border on the preternatur- - a leaso expired, a mortgago suc-n- l. tew hours earlier a policeman was the Senn & Ackerman Company was arranged. The Wllllnghurst broth for themselves. Anyway we'll pub- Catholic schools and tho churches, Kiingeberg's purpose In all his cumbed or somo similar everyday ex- killed in a public thoroughfare in the consolidated with the Frank Fehr ers and Miss Jessie Walters gave lish tho following from the last Issue too. But now a Catholic school girl s city. We deplore these awful deeds Browing Company, twenty-si- x exhibition is not only to moment occurred, and tho school re years several musical numbers and wero of "Facts," ns It rofors to Smithy and pioVes to all the people of tho Stato by whomsoever committed. The cruel ago. Mr. mil was a member of tho warmly applauded. Tho principal tax rates, etc. If you can read It the efficiency of the Catholic educa- entertain tout also to exposo the fal eclved moIng orders. Did that mean you are awarded lacies of modern spiritism. Prior to that It had to disband? No. The death of tho Lord Mayor has shocked St. Joseph' Orphan Society, Catholic speakers wero Ray Hoyor, of tho without laughing tional systom. his conversion to tho Catholic faith, Knights are moving tho school-de- sks, the country more than anything that Knights of America and tho Jeffer- - Community Council, who discussed the brown dorby. "No previous administration has Kringsborg was, for a number of students and building everyhas occurred for many a year. These Soclety He is survived by his tho "Possibilities of the Vernon MIC.MilUltSHlP CONTES'I years, associated with tho Inner clr- - thing complete, across tho road, and who been called upon to perform such n and the many othor tragic and de- widow, Mrs. Margie Seng Hill, a son. Club," a"nd Joseph Fuegleln-plorable incidents fresh, in the public Sylvester Hill; his mother, Mrs. who spoke on "Opportunities for task. No previous administration uicuiuuio uuu bviuubu not a single class is being Interfered "' "l ,, At tne mpntlnc or Division 4 , a. nf M,, ou"liniha- Tr i with has been confronted by so gigantic tho process. It will memory are the direct outcomo of ty- Mary M. Hill, and three brothers and Young Men." handicap. But the new officials wero &.k- take .botwo", eeks for tho school We see rannical mlogovemment. sisters. thPe lp.r- to finish its tedious crawl, meantime not undaunted. Within two months on WILL HELP CITY. hero the results that have followed a special edUca tho after they entered office, the tav levy like regime In other countries. CELEBRATE CENTENARY. appointed John C. Dorsey and Itlstlc phenomena thoA performance Is tho boys will bo dipping deeper into Elliott Pierian spring. The P. Bannon Pipe Company, was reduced from JJ51.87 to $1.85. Joseph D. Hennessy as captains of tlonal feature of Government by force Is wholly wrong and Indefensible. In all realthe "question box" at the end. Tho centenary of tho White Sul which has long been a substantial (IT IS NOW $1.08 AND GOING tno winning ENDORSED BY CARDINALS. ty civilized countries it Is regarded as phur Catholic church was celebrated contributor to Louisville's Industrial HIGHER). Approvlmntcly 200 un tne contending ateams,emblem of tho receive gold NEW ALBANY. an obsolete expedient. What respect with an immense audience of friends progress, has been grantea permits necessary offices wero nuolluieti. team toand If an oxtra largo class Is order, When such eminent authorities as can there be for tho Government by of tho institution and descendants of to build a $70,000 factory building Rvcry office In tho City Hall nnu secured a banquet will bo given at Sevonty-fiv- e bo In- James Cardinal Gibbons and Cardicandidates which persons have been brought be- tho original congregation gathered nt 900 West Magnolia street to re- Court House was given a ono of tho hotels. Tho following itiated into New Albanywill Council, nal Mercler, the horolc prelate of and Inefficiency, ml tape fore courts martial for singing bal- from many distant points. Father place tho factory destroyed by fire Thos. P. Mitchell, lads of a century old, Moss, a Dominican priest of Spring- April 1. Work on the new factory and unscrupulous conduct of public were obligated:Daniel and Patrick Knights of Columbus, at tho Y. M. I. Belgium, commend and approve a P. J. Gannon, clubhouse at 1 o'clock tomorrow af play it must indoed bo of suporior for carrying hurleys, for having In field, Ohio, made the main address, has been started and will be com- departments disappeared like dirt Brown and J. D. Hennessy. ternoon. Tho Rov. Michael O'Brien, quality, and of all things exactly their possession literature reciting and the girls of Curdomo, the Visita pleted about September 1. Material before n busy broom." Louisville, will deliver a special ser- - correct as to truthfulness and detail, When old Smithy made his an the wrongs of their country or re- tion Acaaemy near Georgetown, sang used In Its construction will bo hol ANNUAL i..AY FESTIVAL. mon to candidates at Holy Trinity Such approval has been given by producing the treasonable utterances tho mass. Five of tho former pas- low tile manufactured by the com- nouncement at the Library Board church at 10 o'clock Sunday morn- - both to "The Confession" written by of Sir Edward Carson, and sentenced tors of tho White Sulphur church pany. Tho floor space will be 125x-16- 0 tho othor night it's a pity that some of Our Lady of Tho Sewing more suc-author Hal to unconscionable long terms of im- have beon promoted to Bishops and feet and assures employment for one didn't have a copy of the above Mercy will giveCircleannual May Fes- ing, after which dinner will be sen'ed.Lcessf Reid. tho than anyofothor living Us ul plays from his official administration orSt. Joseph's Hall. First and sec- prisonment? As we and others fore- Archbishops. In tho graveyard be a largo numbor of men. gan and read it to him. Poor tival at tho Academy Auditorium, ond degrees will bo conferred by writer. As a stago play "The told when tho regime of oppression hind the church lie five generations on Thursday Smithy! Shortly after ho wont Into 1176 East Broadway, Council, while tho Chicago slon" mado a wonderful record, and was inaugurated, the result has been of many of tho families which atANNrVERSARtES. office the Kentucky Irish American, and Friday, May 20 and 21, after- Council will have charge of major de- - during Its Broadway run Mr. Reid distraction and confusion. Wo hopo tended the celebration. The original evening. Lunch will bo greo formalities. A banquet wIUbo was delighted to have a request fqr that after the recent deplorable church, built In 1808, was replaced Last Friday was tho birthday annl- - soolng tho way in whjch smiling noon and Frievents worse Is not In store for our by the present structure a hundred versaiy of the Right Rev. Thomas Ches, his cousin Chiot LUd, Burlln served and spaghetti supper on come held at Holy Trinity School Hall at 7 a box to be occupied by Monslgnor Lavallo and tho then Monslgnor o'clock ln tho evening. years ago. unhappy people. Cardome, a school for O Gorman, Bishop of Sioux Falls, game and tho rest took hold, said day. Tho public is Invited to Hayes, now tho Archbishop of NewWhen tho Ministers committed to girls, was located on this site until who was born in 1843. The same that It looked like wj wero going to and lielp the ladles In tho cause of York. Since then tho play has tooen ELECTS HUSSAN. this policy of repression In Ireland about twenty yoars ago, when tho day was also (tho anniversary of Most have a near Mayor and tho Republi- the Sisters. Tho alumnae Is specially mado Into the most marvelous mospeak of their sympathy with small homo of former Gov. Robinson, ly- iioy. AiDori uaeges, ArcnDisnop can machine would control the ad- requested to assist Individually. The eighth biennial meotlng of tho tion picture ever filmed, a story so nations and support their right to ing about a mile from Georgetown, on of Santa Fe, who was consecrated in ministration absolutely, Tho Capt. Knights of St. John of Indiana came flllod with human emotion, with MACKIN'S MOONLIGHT. they convict them- the Cincinnati pike, was purchased 1919. Bennett case is the latest and most to a closo Sunday night at Evansville mother love and a priest's loyalty to selves of hypocrisy. The only right and the school moved there. Right Rev. John J. Monaghan, convincing evidence "that the near they support in this country is a Next Tuesday night Mackln Coun- after selecting Sholbyvillo as tho tho seal of tho confessional, lending Blshon of Wilmington, celebrated the Mayor is drawing the salary of Chief Iwenty-thlr- d glaring wrong. While dragooning anniversary of his con Executive and that Is, all. Capt. Ben- cil will glvo tho first of its series of place for the 1922 convention and every posslblo opportunity to tho art SENIORS AND JUNIORS. the majority they support the ascendsecration on Sunday, and on Tuesday nett was tho personal selection of moonlight expurslons on the elegant election of tho following officers: of plqturo making. This supreme a will be shown at B. F. ancy of a small minority and select The Senior class of Presentation Right ReV. Joseph Chartrand, Bish- Smith, his closei friend tho latei Ben- steamer East St. Louis. Every ar- John 0. Goedel, Shelbyville, presiGeo. Hacket-Palnthe most promi- Academy entertained the Juniors op of Indianapolis, celebrated his nett Young, and a. lady prominent In rangement has beon mado lor an dent; Louis Hussan, Now Albany, Keith's Mary Anderson next week nent of the Carsonlte revolutionists, with a theater party at tho Mary An- fiftieth birthday. church and charity work, ne it not evening1 of real enoyment and a largo first vice president: John Schettnor, and from tho record breaking crowds tho choice of Searey, Lucas or crowd Is looked for. Tho boat leaves Muhlhausen, second vice president; who have flocked to eo it in other" to take "drastic measures" against derson, followed toy a tea at Benein the recent gambling case foot of Fourth street at 8:30 o'clock. Leo G Schu, Evansville, secretary; cities It Is advisable to secure seats'"JiAKS OF IifiWERICK TOWN. the people of tho South of Ireland. dict's, on Thursday afternoon of last, I. O. Elsenman, Oreensburg, treasur- early. he was acquitted by an unbiased Jury Even under a Government not chosen week. Those present wero: Ttflsses er; Peter Entzol, Mt. Vernon, by the Deoole thomselvea there may Lucllo Brachter, Elslo Brach, Julia MAY FESTIVAL. Two separate casts are alternating In flvo minutes. Immediately ihe FATHER COTTON. Bernard Hussan, New Alt peace and order although the peo-- J Bohan. Vary Catherine Cudahy, In tho rehearsals of "The Lass of near Mayor strode to the footlights A May festival will too given on bany, sorgoant-at-armLimerick Town," which will be jlven and announced that Oapt. Bennett trie jmay not &e satisnea wuu mat Llewellyn Durrett, Antoinette Hlnke-belRov. Rldgloy Cotton, a grandson Pfcaca and orthe grounds of St. Ann's church, Mary Kaumisar, Mildred Mea- under the auspices of the Blessed was his friend and one was led to form of (oreCTMMBt. FIRST TO CROSS. of Thomas S. Moore," Sr., pf Bards-towthat Smith would stand by him Seventh and Davies avenue, next 's der in Ireland under Lord French ns, Bdna MoOarthy, Adelaide Reis-er- t, Vlrln Sodality of Stt. Louis will too ordained, a priest 'In. church, on Tuesday, May 18; at all haaarda. The yary nxt day Monday afternoon and evening, and Susan Scanlon, He) en Schorer, and Macpherson is impossible. So so tatolarafels and se Catherine: Vance, Mary Catherine Thursday. Itey 17; Friday, 'May, 18, Lucas, BnrltaeaxM and tye Republi- the ladles of the congregation will It was on May 24, 1819, that the Washington, D. C, Jun 17, and will mlacbtorotts, tfeep sarvs an etosjaat uper from 5 to 8 Savannah, the first steamship to celebrate, me itrst, nigh mass mi ihe grossly repressive their regime Vaughn, Irani vetter, Virginia Br- - and Sun4ar, May SO, in Swrtraad can mamhtsja Oftttad W haiia imIiiiibIIhiiii a THawma Itwui lSi 4fu.1 nrniu Kali. Birth ttiwst. mar Oak, o'eloek. Awuswraeet for young and cross the Atlantic, sailed for Ltvr- old Cathedral shortly tharsaftsr. h4M fht (hair pool. ; old has bstt arraofed. acaet date has sot ac SIfn a pswHQ iHvh. base ftd. condJtfa pfsedsat 4 any tmprore-- 1 Aits Ohav, (Henrietta Brers, Xnm ed scat ttefcet ara now oa sal. IRELAND REPUBLICAN k. or c c. Key-Irritab- ly com-Bto- , STUOY-AV1T- II I dis-Beol- al Lob-ano- n. Gen-tho- al y - - - Ob-er- st, rc-Ja- - Hort-Morro- w al I cruelty,-repressio- n , two-sto- ry i agi-an- d - ar al 1,-9- 55 ! - ur , - ov-Ms- od I . I nav-t'y- boom-is-because -I V . Glee-Bo- Courier-Journa- i - j - fifty-nin- Anti-Cathol- ic I nt how-ove- book-keep- er sub-ductlo- gly nocus-pocu- , o Vrmber SZFLi"&WW (.t,.i 'house-cleanin- g,' three-quarte- rs at Confes-Loulsvll- lo J , - j, photo-dram- ,, Bur-lingfw- mess-onge- r; n, s. ba-lle- ve 3r-trand- n, i hi m. I r. aa yt 7s , r o jaaEDwra?xjo38:Y xiex ajs&x&xuluaA. 444&&&to$4&Q&Q444M44&&i& KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM COMLYQ EVENTS PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. sd Moul AdvBoemest oi IfkJi Amcrkte ad Celkoltei to the Sodel iW May 18 Mackin Council moonOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonnc Men's light excursion on steamer Island Queen. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. CLEANERS AND DYERS May 19 St. Agnes parish social lNCOKPOttATKD AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate. Publishers in school hall, beginning at 8 o'clock KBNTUCKY IRISH AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. OFFICE In tho evening. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY5c May 24 May festival and candy MMter. pulling for benefit of Sacred Heart Entered at th Loutevllle Poitolflce aa AMERICAN1, Wist Lietrty Street. School, Seventeenth and Broadway. IRISH to tba KENTUCKY All CMHWfttcatkiK Uinu & May 25, Juno 15, July 27, August 7 1 ,, ' '7 7 17 Moonlight excursions on steamer East St. Louis by Trinity Council, ivjlcjli s vv JuectLiicrs ctiiu. Y. M. I. fflAr"pS?) COUNCq. May 23, 27, 28, 30 "Tho Lass of If. Limerick Town," at Bertrand Hall, each evening. Mav 2G Festival by St. Paul's AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK SATURDAY, MAY 15,1920 church, of 777 Pleasure Ridge Park, LOUISVILLE, KY at St. Helena's Commercial Club. AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE (by May 30 "Oak Farm," St. Councils will undoubtedly lino up LET TIli5 RECORD STAND. Wind-thI! Neri Dramatic Club, at OR CITY SOUTH with the cities. We might also add interesting to note that the is the best answer which this May 2)3 Hibornlan Social Club It is peneial conference of tho Methodist the people could make to Lloyd moonlight excursion on steamer See the Only a Ever Endorsed by Episcopal church, in session at Des Ceorgo's divide and conquer bill now Eas- St. Louis. Cardinal Gibbons and Cardinal Mercier. June 2 Church or Our Lady, Moines last week, adopted a resolu- before Parliament, Truly i, ic a sad lmn Mq Qn chunjh gr0UndS( Th,: tion opposing tho recognition of Ire- commentary on British etatesman- and Rudd. land as a republic. Tho resolution ship that after seven centuries of j was presented by a representative of frlnl it hsis nnthlncr liettor to offer cxxxxxKxxxxxxx)rxrKXWK. tho Baltimore conference and was the Irish people than tho old policy Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satbfies the debate which or the robber barons of Anglo-Iris- h without adopted wearer that he recomends our service to his friends. We guaran means that no voice in the confer- history. tee complete satisfaction. ence was raised In protest. As tho Every Good Man and Woman, No Matter What Creed, DIFFERENT NOW. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, Mrs. Henry Lewis has been True Voice points out it is well to Should See This Wonderfully Human Play. her daughter, Mrs. J. Finegan, in case and cord complete remembor that a Mehodist confer $4.50 Englando Ambassador and her.tiiiton Small Shelltex Rims ence has cono on record in a matter 7oc Extra Wo fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. that concerns tho Methodist church press are persistent in telling tho Mrs. John Burns, of Lexlrigton, No charge for examination. only wry remotely, if at all, and that people of America to mind their own has been the guest of Mrs. M. Ftorter tho record reads that tho Methodists business when pleas for Justice to in Portland. oppofo freedom for a people that de- Ireland are made, and indignantly Mrs. J. J. Groff, of Now Orleans,, Week Starting Sunday Week Starting Sunday sires to be free. It is well to have resent our suggestions or recommen- is visiting her aister, Miss Minnie , record. It is strange that a sup- dations. What a different change of Murray, in Clifton. this posedly religious conference should front from the fall pf 1917 and; the Bert Nally has returned from a take tho position of opposing tho spring of 1918, when John Bull was visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. having the daylights whipped out of Ti Nally, at New Haven. freedom of any nation. Yet that is Just what the Methodist conference his army and navy by Germany. SI.S.JhsiriJijim Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Craven at Pes Moines has done. It has gone Then the United States was getting returned from their wedding trip have and on lecord as a foe of political liberty. whining appeals from Ambassadors, are at home in Ivanhoe Court. We wonder whether it would have officials and the press alike to please Miss Josephine McLaughlin epent done so were the' majority of people save England from annlhillatiop. tho week-en- d with Miss Dorothy In Ireland affiliated with the Metho- Promises were made then to give IreON THE BEAUTIFUL STEAMER on the Bardstown road. Wo doubt it. "We are land and all small nations anything dist church. Dr. W. B. Dohorty has returned Inclined to think that religious bigo- they wanted. from New York City, where ho vistry dictated the adoption of that resited his son, Dr. William Brown LEST AVE FORGET. olution at tho Dm Moines conference. Hut for better or worse tho record is Of Kentucky's eleven Congress- Messrs. Emmet and Joe O'Mell made. Let It stand for future refer" have gone to "Linclltfo" to spend ence. Some years hence when some was tho only one to vote In favor of i the summer with William Belknap. MUSIC DANCING Methodist orator appeals to high tho resolution protesting against ZKCoaroBArao. witness that Method-Is- England's heaven to bear Miss Georgia Ferrloll is spending Admission 50c. Boat leaves foot of Fourth- street brutal treatment of Irish has always stood on the side of political prisoners. When the reso- a two weeks' vacation with her moth- 8:30 o'clock sharp. er, Mrs. Mary Ferriell, at New Ha liberty it will be easy to cite for Jilm lution of sympathy for Ireland was ven. resolution adopted at Des Moines Introduced in the Senate our Senator the C( In 1920. It was not done in a corner John Dugan, son of Air. and Mrs. Beckham voted against it. Frank Dugan, of Sixth street, and a but was heralded by the secular'press student of Center College, was here or the country. The Methodist on a visit this week. WOODY IS PERSISTENT. opchurch has adopted a resolution posing recognition of the Irish re- Miss Noll Keoaney entertained In Kentucky and overy other State ome To "THE BOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" public. That is settled. The Des where the League of Nations was Miss, Anna Mayer, Miss Ellen O'Con-noand Miss Margaret Hannan at Moines conference has put the made an Issue there was an over- her home in Parkview. Eyes always tire4, headaches, whole system affected, comfort church on record as opposing the whelming vote against it, yet PresiHare your eyes examined, see me at once, don't Will Give a High Class Exhibition, facluding ait Educa-twa- al B&aritlcear glasses perfectly, assuring porfect comfort to the delay. wearer. I tit Miss Lorino Thieman and brother, granting, of liberty to a people who dent Wilson says ho would like to Expose of tke Fallacies of Modern SpirituaUsn, My prices are reasonably, giro me a trial and I will convince you. struggling for it for seven Introduce it as a campaign issue this Henry Thieman, Jr., left on Tueshave been trip to New day for a centuries and a half. Wo don't think fall. York, Washington and Boston. conferthe resolution passed 'by the Ball, "Hobso of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician William J. Brady, the well known ence will have any bearing on the IldME RULE BILL. and popular master plumber, under228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET matter; but it does show the attitude went an operation this week for gall SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY lfr AND 17, AT 8 P.M 'of the Methodist church. We repeat An amendment to the Govern- stones and Is getting along nicely. that it 13 well to hare the lecord for ment's Irish liome rule bill, offered Miss Virginia Kerins was the by former Premier Asoulth, providkrAAAAArATAAAt Admission 25c. Reserved Seats 35c. future reference. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAA AAAAAAAAA friends to a party of ing one Parliament instead of two a box party at and entertained with LOOK. INTO THIS. for Ireland, was defeated in the Churchill Downs on Derby day. House of Commons Monday evening Mr. and (Mrs. George W. Rankin Some time ago wo said Great Brit- after a short debate by a vote of 259 the ain was using all i'ub power at her to 55. This action accentuates the had as guests for Mrs. Derby and O P KITS MA.Y SO week-en- d John Dugan, Mr. and to'mmand to prevent American ships Justice of Ireland's demand for the Tom Nellls and Joseph Speak, all of from getting a return cargo. No right of and rec- Indianapolis. SECOND AND CHESTNUT doubt many of our readers thought ognition of tho Irish Republic. Only Steel Hull Excursion Boat Afloat Mr. and Mrs. W. 11 Sullivan, of at the time that wo had overdrawn All Day Picnics, Moonlights and Sunsets. Choice- of Bloomington, Ind., have been visit Dates Now Open tho situation. Now we have tho asPLAY SAFE. ing In Now Albany, the guests of J. J. JfAItSULtliTi, 214 STATE STREET, NEW ALRAVX IXrX Mr. Sullivan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. surance of Sir Edward Edgar that Cumb. Phone 1051 Home Phone 1451 A .fool and his money are soon Georgo Sullivan, 709 East Market our ships could not get such cargoes Home City 355-3- 37 Cumb. 0102 would parted. The man or woman who street. and that a commprclal marine AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA'AAAA AAAAAAAAcAArAAAAAAAAAAAAAA be a losing business as faras Ameri- puts some money regularly in SavMrs. A. Scott Bullitt and son,. Is it not time Co- ings Stamps will find that the money Charles Stlmson Bullitt, of Washing ca is concerned. ton, arter a to .Mrs. Thomas W. JIIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTIfffllllVIIIII nfess and our State Department look- will stick to them. Play safe. Stick Bullitt, left visit Seattle, Tuesday ( A little vigor- to some of your money the stamp Wash., wheie they will for ed into this matter? It D ETA! rMtMtriDMATIAM spend tho ous action now would save the situ- way. summer. .r bjjsuuuj ujtir.B jux iois uui ation, and Congjess would have the studio this coupon 2 Bring"joiaer ana one to our pnoio and we will make you ilz pnotoi la k Bill Bryan has gone to Alabama Mrs. Archie Riley and son, of larjfo in iistu loiaer in epia xor 93.UU. tztgu t 7xii whole country behind it in any move t ,lar price 8.00 without coupon. up with Tom Huntington, W. Va., who visited Mrs. TO OWNERS t It should make in this direction. and will doubtless line Riley's grandmother, 'Mrs. Ellen A. J. BEUXJXO, Fnotograpber is to be hoped that the Dougherty, Watson. It England by means of tho Watt street, Jofferson-vlllAND PROSPECTIVE OWNERS OF LOUISVILLE, ICY. ; 428 IV. RIARKET ST. not be defor several weeks, have departclal bludgeon,, which she uses tin- people of the South will ryyyyyY,yYYYYyyyy upulously, 1b fast regaining her ceived by the Nebraska fomenter of ed for home. sel position of commercial and financial strife and trouble. Mrs. Anna Otto announces the Buperlorlty and pushing the U. S. A. engagement of her daughter, Miss "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" You need to save, because if you Myrtle Maupin, to SergU Alamede Into the background. Arc red blood- do TO EAT IN A not save you'll need. Fustella. Their marriage will take ed Americans willing to play second place at St. Brigld's church on June fiddle to England In the future as In 2, at 8:30 o'clock In tho morning. CHURCH OF ST. JOSEPH. days? the Incorporated Mrs. Julia E. Halllnan announces On Sunday morning there will be THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY a solemn first communion of the tho engagement of her daughter, STAND GUARD. children of St. Joseph's school at tho Julia Elizabeth, to Charles P. Fleece, Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastrj Homo Miule Pics, Cakes, 3Icnts 7:30 o'clock mass. This mass, which the marriage ceremony to take place EXCELLENT COFFEE Friends of America must stand will be solemn, will be preceded by at St. Charlos Borromoo church on STREET 001 SOUTH FOURTH 210 SOUTn FIFTn STREEC guard against tho renewed British a procession of the first communi- Wednesday morning, Juno 1C, at 8 Near IJroadway In Mlddlo of Square attempts to have tho United States cants from the school to tho church, o'clock. renewal of the baptismal PROSIPT SERVICE PRICES REASONABLE agree to a "pooling of war debts." and the Thirty-fiv- e hoys and twenty-fiv- e Misses Grace and Gertrude Herley, vows. to force their tfhe object of this move is of New Albany, entertained girls will 'be in tho class. On next Tuesday evening Krlngs-ber- g card club last week. Guests present tho United States to assume at least J3. the magician, will foe at St. Jo- were Mesdames H. Lang, Mary oral; If not more, of all the exand where ho will ex- Misses Elizabeth, Nora, pense incurred by tho Allies before seph's school hall, of modern spiritu- Gertrude Kelly, Graf, Elizabeth pose the fallacies this country entered the war. This alism. Katherlne and Mary Russell. INCORPORATED would, of course, result In cancellaOn Wednesday, the Rev. Fvulgence Mrs. Ilarry Swelgort of Mr. and "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," tion of a very considerable part of Meyer, O. F. M., Director General of Evanston, 111., and Mr. and 'Mrs. Order of St. Francis, will WILLCOX & GIBBS SEWING MACHINE CO. Britain's present financial indebted- tho Thirdtrlduum or three days' re- John O'Connor of Chicago, whe had "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." begin a with Mr. ness to us and would lorco tho as- - treat for tho members of tho Third been spending the week-en- d INCORPOItATED ' sumption by tho United States of a Order of. Louisville. Father and Mrs. P. J. Duffy, Teturned home Both Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. Is a missionary of renown and Monday. Mr. and iMrs. Swelgort will Business Established in 1852 Every Amer, largely Increased debt. his conferences will undoubtedly bo spend a short time at French Lick J. MoTIGHE, A8Bt. Mgr. T. T. MORROW, Manager. ican citizen, particularly every per- of tho greatest interest to all mem- Springs before returning to Chicago. son who pays a tax of any kind, must bers of the Third Order. The public Mr. and Mrs. William M. Higglns $ realize tho lurking , danger behind at largo is also Invited to attend tho first of tho iweek. had P. MKMM, 11, et Fns. m TrH. SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION H. I. lANNIN, rniWnt Htf MiuK. the British scheme to havo the war conferences. Services on noxt Wed- their as visitors the Frank J. Migglna, sons, Lieut. nesday, Thursday and Friday evendebts pooled. now located In Chicago, and Walter ings will (begin at 7:30. CONFECTIONERY II AND BAKERY Tho photoplay, "Burning Ques- M. Higglns and littlo eon Walt, of GUNN'S tion," will be shown at St. Joseph's Chattanooga. Sunday evening they GEORGE GETS ANSWER. dinner at 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Hall on (May 30 at 2:30 and 8:15 were guests t a fanwly D. Cllnee, tho home of Col. Thomas ! Sewer aaa Calrert Fiji?, corporation lias signi- P, m. The Dublin City 6574Phone Audobon Park. uronaam'a wafaat imim piaa far taaa nuiQiti fied its intention to take orders from ANOTHER MERGER. Wall fceplBtf, Brala Tile, Vitrif e Brick, PAIUSIi; SOCIAIi. The following girls of St. Helena's the Irish Republican Government on8HELBYVILLE. Club presided Tueeday i Supreme officers and trustees of Flme Liaise, Fire Brick will no 2 Fire PreeiaiJ, ly, and the aetlon of AssociaThe ladles of the Altar Society of at the refreshment booth at the ArMutual Th Rev. J. K. Clark, O. P., of the Crate an Beller Tile, Fire Clay, Cklmacy Tei. doubt be copjed by every municipal- the Catholic Chicago Benefit with officers of mory dance given for the beaefil of W. T.niiiB Jlertrand Mixtion bnd, will the St. Agnes church will give a sotion met in ity Jn Ireland that has a woritia the American. Insurance Unkm of the Flrt Divleloa memorial: Mr. gh- a mission, in the Cbureh of the J cial in the fit. Agne school hall, OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Ohio, to negotiate a contract M. J. O'Brbboh, Mleaee Allee Mur-ph- AMtmciatSon, flpeed avenue, Hkm Fein majority. The iplficaaee way MMyvM, Jlelln, 1 te IS. flrvle.will M irom daily Newburg road awl19, feeginlnag aton Lull Tleroey, Irene "the Catholic Mutual Beae- 8 PHONES CITY S73178.'3CUMB. MAIN S07, Wednesday, May o toll aa sot be overotrfimftted. It by wWeh Minnie Croby. Xlisabeth Siecel, ., o. o'flioek in th evening. Everything , omImw ttw tike Mh JUfHic will be IK Aeeoesatien wia merge iu miw-m- Lucy . m, )Ml t 7: so v. WORKS-Tklrte8:10 and. Nlntk aal Ka.aaila. X Hofir-ltyand Breaki-x- la Veeoetna. with those of the company. The Is la readiness for aa evening of real wfciofc both GfttkoHc at Murphjr, U naiien pertain!? d LllHaa contract was expected to be tm0Baa la atertahunen. iWiMn eorditttr tnrtitd. Owe!. Wodeawaer. 10 &Mt "fMWMBMt, for Oe OoiMty Secood-Clim 319-32- 1 St. Ann's church, on school grounds, Seventh and Davies, afternoon and evening.' May 17 &Iay festival of the Modern way -- T Dresses. Gloves. Velvets. Silks. Laces. We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, parel. caiing rxy t at i Photo-Dram- I QUAXEOFY A.1:X 2362 - 1-- ty-Qf- th U SOCIETY. THE CONFESSION" Satisfaction In Eyeglasses B. F. KEITH'S 4'4HWI HIVTOI3 J MARY ANDERSON MACKIN COUNCIL MOONLIGHT Evening ABO LonisriUf sh OOWT FORGET THAT BAST ST. LOUIS Tuesday May IS. - (QRAY-VO- N ALLMEN PURE Sanitary Milk Co. HOME OF m at IS THE MILK Truth About Ouija Board KRINGSBERGTHE MAGICIAN ASK YOUR GROCERS." ll fMIMnil'WI at two-week- s' St: Boniface Jackso and Febr, L. N. PEARLMAN'S out-of-to- i SUGAR GROVB lee0a GEST IT AT ISTEAMBR PILGRIM - McGEARY DRUG STORE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE T i IMPORTANT NOTICE! fUII e, WILLCOX & GIBBS I Automatic Sewing Machines t$4404H4ee pre-w- ar We beg to advise that we have I moved from our old location, 624 South Fourth, into our new shop Standard Dairy Lunch House 643 SOUTH FOURTH I one-fift- h, A special invitation is extended our patrons and! friends to visit us Byrne in our new home Speed Coal Corporation Ful-gen- co J. , J f P. BANN0N PIPE CO. - a-,- iDu-bU- n yr - I U com-tote- Ch Xeyr,'l bd Ua Ma-ti- f wtk 4 t 0 eLsM '& v.: iAMtfu 7.ii. . .. i ?. - v, J " HarxvcjOBtrsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect'our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. r ihh jkikUBXHtzoAir. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers ol the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES PBNDENNIS Inc. SONS A. ENGELHARD-& CO. WVM LOUISVILLE -- MMH HOME TELEPHONE rnmiDiWV R yAAAAAAAAAAiliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiliAAAA x,orooCONNECTIONS ioisTAiNroa DYEING DRY CLEANERS G51-- INCORPORATED CLEANING PRESSING MA- - DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT MEN AND MODERN FACILITIES TO SERVE TUB MOST PARTICULAR OHINERY. Wo Call For And Pcllvcr Your Salt SOUTHERN 4201 SOUTHERN Park PARKWAY 124; South CLAUDE MILLER, J Manager Park 124; South 651- -i There is no despotism like that which thinks only of more wages and shorter hours, which would limit output , when the whole world is crying for supplies; which would starve the wife and babies of a man IkBSl'J mk' V MENS FURNISHINGS a;wujsva:i:E?Kf -- J For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets CAUL, KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home- - Phone City 395. Speoisil Works 218 E. Market St. Kates on Larjj Orders. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm l IH6StaMBItahLVitil kV-AS- HRjnnnfRnpczQ tested FITTED BEST SERVICE SEASON GLASSES eyes Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty DR. 10HN -- " Trade water Lump t$5.75 $5.75 Tradewater Nut Jellico Lump $7.00 West Virginia Lump $700 FBZOES Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds P. BECKER Trading Delivered Anywhere. "unfair"; which would discourage, the energy and ambition of youth by unduly limiting proportion of apprentices to workmen; which would send agents Drs. Harrison and Strassburg "Wo We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4C03 Next D oor to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phone City 4C03 TOBACCONIST s KENTUCKY T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 508-51- J. M. BUCKNER WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE -- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. 000 WEST MAIN STRHBT -- Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. 315 Stark Baildia. Tliivk Floor Fourth nd Walnut OPTROMETRIST. PhoaeCitr 11SO Stamps Free. FRANKEL COAL CO. Twelfth and Wilson Sontu 273 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'nd 7413 to preach discontent PRICES THE LOWEST City 2G10 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated Underhill St. Geo. Dearborn 012014 among men busy with product ion; which declares "to hell with the public and on with the strike' In an American city like Louisville there is room only for The American Plan of Em- Headquarters for 507 WEST WALNUT ST. CKTY AND FARM PROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatre la real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIA, 6e us about anything atate. Wo sell, buy and rent. MONDS, WATCHES, BINeS, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. JEWELRY, SUITOASHS, TRUNKE, ETC. Horoe Phone City 4464. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular Incomes or salary, with no publicity ar red tape. Loans to housekeepers tn their personal security. F. B, POOLEY, Building, Ream 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al Nat. Jewelry & Leather Shojo THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phone, Shawnee Manager TelephoHe City 2103 gVERVBOW "SOUTHERN "All Ready STAR" 82 SLICBD BACON &rito31?g&owiG SUITS MADE TO '"x CLEANEi,s Designs & Estimates Furnished w ORDER LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors of BUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Hake a Specialty of Pipe Work for HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. IMILLER&SON PIPE WORKS Mechanical Air Engineers JMOtf ployment the "Open Shop It means the open door of industry to all, regardless of 'membership or in any non-membersh- tor Your Griddle la tiie ROOFrNGTGUTTERING, SPOUTCNC Morning" Tin Roofs Repaired and PateJted HAMS, LARD. jSAUSAGJS Asphalt Shingles a J9peeiaHr ., CO. JENRY GOS ; ip LOUIflVHiLH PROVISION InoomomUd DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST GASH PRICES 2011 WEST BROADWAY GLOBE "" OJfc --- i PAID SBOURrrY A LOAH IaMftdraW. A. Lazar, Maaager jfc, Salts Called For and Delivered dome Phone 255G Louis A. Brorjng, D. D. 5. 511 SOUTH TI1LKD ST. Employers' Association Of Louisville, NATIONAL EATTXSf 326 WEST JEFFERSON DYERS STRHBT AND CLEANERS Iacerpratad Call Home Phone City Comb. Phone Mala 721. LOUISVILLH KAMBLY RENDERING SHOE 721; CO. Moaey Advanced 812 West JeKersea Street or Yow Plata Xete - (Second Fleer) Home Phone City 2957. BROS. 0TORHS W - JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED DENTIST 900-90- 1 STARKS BUILDING. GALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 Xaxk lAloc, NEILL-L- A VIELLE j. a. tfaeoei. Pre- -. ate aaa ixtas. CO. Whole Family Established 1820 - LoalsTlUe, Ky, Two HAMBLT'B Store OFFICE OllTFlTTlk&S Mta and Portland. Shaw. 1716 City 7164 STATIONERS 18th and Mwpwrine FHDfTHHg All Kinds of JPootwaar rer tte ! SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED L. GRAUMAN Incorporated Baalare tor Xa WeeklySavings Club PSOHUB'S Wa Oa Incorporated Organized by WaU-kaoito Xaka ra PXOVXDEXT ASSOOU.TMW Ctttxtaa MILL AND Tutor, ttnow All 23ada of mtUo aaa Safe, Oaab Xagla-tar- a, Caaaa, Coastem, aalrlaff, Sto. MATS' CORNS.BUNIONS tefrnfcf atf MmrMl NtHt BRIDES AND GROOMS. FACTORY SUPPLIES a We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubber and Paper Stock 510 WXST TJUT Home Phone, 81ty Itlt LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. $01-00- 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. t M City 86G West 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds Home of "Quality Feeds" The 422 N. FOURTH ST. AND 318 N. FIFTEENTH ST. r I lUiitriUJ d-- m WM. P. BANNON ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. i CONTRACTING City 8380 PLASTERER Cumb. S. BROOK AND BLOOM VAULT CLEANING 811 REALTY BUILDING 154 Home Phone, City 2154 e llQRANW. SMITH'S SON 1! " ! Mr. and Mrs. William Harms anfetntMctft TmM nounce the marriage of their daughAvoid the rush by consulting us now ter, Miss Helen Harms, to Bert. Foarth and Central AvCHne. Dr. Uritti Z. Lltsiy The wedding took place IPoter Anthat St. PANAMA HAT CLEANING AND ony's church in the early spring. ChirsyeaUat BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY Home Phone, City 4300 507 Mrs. Margaret Voneye announces Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-the marriage of her daughter. Miss NATIONAL HAT CLEANING KJ&j&r<flLaBLBBBMtf Slarka Bi BmUdiMl Emily Voneye, to Mr. Frentz Sivori, WORKS at BateFhoe which took place W. St.John's church, Alberb Smith, Prop. the Rev. George Schuhmann offiDealers in ciating, on April 21. City 5161 335 W. MARKET ST. Both Phone3 2406 Tho marriage of. Miss Gertrude WALL PAPER AND RUGS Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thirty-tw- o & CO. Edward G. Baum, of Willlamsvllle, Years Ought To Bo SufFALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. ficient Guaranteo For My N. Y., to Harry M. Eastin, of Louis1120-112- 8 WEST MARKET ST. Adolph Reutlingcr Knowledge and Integrity ville, was quietly solemnized SaturSale Glvo Mo a Call day at noon, the Rev. Father Wester-ma- n If It's For FIRE INSURANCE Main 2582 City 2582 officiating. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PINK VARBLE M. J. STRIEGEL & 00. Mr. arid 'Mis. William Harms anREALTOR AND AUCTIONEER PLATE GLASS nounce the marriage of their daugh- 214 LOUISVILLE Incorporated TRUST BLDG. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET ter. Miss Clnlstlno Harms, to Fred FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN AND Both Phones C. Hammer. Tho wedding was quietYOUNG MEN ly solemnized at St. Martin's church LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS Furnishings and Caps November 5, 1910. Tho Rev. Father Dry Cleaned and Frc.ss.ed $1.75 Felton officiated CO. 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Work, Culled For nnd Delivered ST. 60 Stops From Fourth Count 'Em Frlonds of Miss Leola May Cape-har- t, 712 WEST BRECKINRIDGE Telephone City 2742 East Maple street, Jefferson-vlll- e, QUALITY ICE CREAM LOUISVILLE CLEANERS & DYERS were surprised toy an announceJOHN B. WATHEN ment that she was secretly married 665 SOUTH SEVENTH" ST. on Sunday, April 25, at the rectory City 1866 South 2500 ruRNrruRH moving and of St Augustine's church to James pacxevg NATUROPATH A. LOSE G. Kennedy, Illinois avenue. City 6D10 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L 580 South Twenty-Stea- k St. The wedding of Miss Lorotta Mar33 i East Market Street Shawnee 1986 West guerite Davis and William Newton Co. CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 Shouse was quietly solemnized at the Incorporated LONG DISTANCE HAULING One week of warm weather does rectory of St. George's church, the away with a slight cold. Hot baths Rev. Georgo A. Weiss officiating. Mr. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, do the same with a heavy cold. Hot Rudolph Vollmer and Miss Rosella TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND City S6. of "nAYRDDE PARTIES" baths (steam or electric baths) re- Davis, sister IMr. tho bride, were tho attendants. and Mrs. Shouse move any cold before pneumonia or 1129 WEST MAIN STREET left immediately after the ceremony plourlsy, etc., set In. NOW IS THE TIME FOR STRAW HAT CLEANING START 8NE THIS HINTN WITH THE South Louisville Bank A B53L. &OWZ8T 2LA.THB COLEMAN BUtLDIKQ S. B. COR. THIRD AND JHFFOBSON uotn i'nono.3 xise Farnltara sad Other Perieaal " Proparty at LOJ.X1 WymfP JosephjHubbuchSr.&Son H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors REUTL1NGER and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 GOO JOHN 35C. BROADWAV B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET West C. ICE CREAM FURNAS PHONES: STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1341 1107a. Both Fbones Sullivan Transfer ltl OODHTaY 4S6 MEAT MARKET SMtOXaJ.TI K1B OTTB SCHNEIDER'S SOUTH J. SCIIKETDEm, JR Maaacar LOUISVILLE - - - - KSNTWCKT FIFTH STRJHET laata 31I&-- T. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral f Director and Emhalmer i THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY M SOTOX TKXBD STMUGT to Invites yousteam-heate- dInspect their modem, f, O&r&ra before you enter your oar for safe keepiajr. Telephone city or Xala MM for peetol Xatea. fire-proo- i l BOTH P1JONES 810. XWMMM(MWtMN IIIMIIHH a1 1 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST5 t FURNITURE frtWfrM'r ! I rr H-r- r I1 II MOVING, PACKING AND CRATING LONG DISTANCE SERVICE FOR ALL KINDS OF GOODS for an extended trip through the South. CALL US FOR Mrs. John L. Mansfield announces the marriage of her daughter, Mrs. Grace Mansfield Whitmore, to Mr. Charles Monroe, of Urbana. Ill The ceremony took place Saturday mornFOR ALL PURPOSES ing at tho rectory of St. James' church, the Rev. E. E. Willett offiKentucky Consumers Oil Company ciating. Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore left -Keatacky immediately after tho ceremony for Louisville a motor trip and later will make their homo in Urbana, 111. Main 1146 City 6299 --- Oil and Grease Funeral (Director and Embalmer 717-71- 9 H. OHM8TNUT LODKSVILLS, Kt., THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET LUCKY AND HONEST. WIELAND-ORUTOHE- R CO. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTF! ! 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ! of the Cincinnati Enquirer, under tho OARAGE caption, "The Lucky Irish," "says Garford Tracks Colambla Tracks 419 SOUTH SIXTH STREET facetiously that "It looks like you 124-12- 6 EAST MAIN STREET City 3536 Main 3536 have to have a bit of tarf in your pocket to look after Uncle Sam's Storing and Repairing. Used Cars money. Listen to this list of collectfor Sale. Service Day and Night ors of Internal Revenue: McGrath "Luke McLuko", humorous writer Incorporated HUTCHINSON BROS. VVWVtVtiVWMMVVWVWVVt CDMBERLAND 371-MGUSVnOHMSS MAIN y Funeral Directors and - Embalmers BOTH PEXOnJS. CMm.lt. FRED ERHART I tt ARCHITECT NORTON .BUILDING ' f 1 I Illlllllllin Mam & I u Heme City MBS t ! ill !! I H MM M HMH N. W. Ctrmr Fourth Md Jeffirswi in Cincinnati, Grogan in Detroit, Ideal Envelope for aiall Matter Casey in Boston. iMcEUIott in A New Envelope Which TRANSO Walsh ia Hartford, MoNeel in Birmingham, Murphy in Dubuque, Will Save Time, Worry and Mosey; Doyle in Grand KApidfl, Lynch in St. It Is Fool Proof. ' Paul, Moors in St. Louis, Wlwley in TRANSO ENVELOPE CO. Helena, Duffy in Newark, RIoriian ' In 88 KeHyoM Bkl., Louisville, Ky. ia Buffalot fend Offhaushnateey Provident. T1 City 9M4. New-York- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 1 J , 82S AWWVVWWWtVVaAVWyvwWVVaj AdCadbo. Eat i f:jrmmis. ACXKBtrxoKrar ijrihc AJsac&jstxcAJS. ., 44444444WQ&Q$4Q" S . Bacon a SON 'INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. FORTY-SEVENT- H KENTUCKY DERBY 2 CLARK HANDICAP TODAY Twenty Days' Racing (HERMAN STRAUS itawwatwag SONS market J ! strict ' ' daJMfe. " We Give and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamp. May 8 to' May 30 DO YOU KNOW ASOUT OUR I HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN 1 ? CHURCHILL DOWNS KENTUCKY HANDICAP MAY 22 SEVEN RACES EACH DAY CONFIRMATION if Convenient and Dianitied Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, Tho outstanding features of this method aro Its convenience 1b making purchases without any coBBlderalilo outlay of cash. Tho advantage of buying on tho Club Plan during our various sales fi!t SALB PRICKS. Whatever Is the price of tho goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also tho price to a Household Club Plaa customer. Thero la positively so advance. Thero are no "confidential arrangements." It Is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first paymenta and the monthly payment are tho tamo to all. KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB! J. M. Camden, President. M. J. Winn, V. P., Gen. Mgr. Chas. Grainger, Res. Mgr. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L t SWISS CLEANING MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. . SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. BLUE SERGE, AT OF $13.50 - $18.00 f 1 , . White Shirts and Blouses ! To Go With Confirmation Suits, Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed 'I -- !i $1.00 '' $1.25 IIU $1.50 :: SWISS MODERATE CLEANERS INCOHPOIU.TED AND MKKT DYERS 81DNKT New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' Z SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN i iH nntmiejflieip ii mi u i i ii i 11 ii ii TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS i i - OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. New Business Management PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. mmim t ll VVUIU1UU1WI VUlllll 1IIBUUII KCSI. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Both Phones 1323 4jseja J Auto Deliver? IS Did it ever occur to you what a great idea it would be to owe M yourself a debt, payable by deposit i! each week in an account with this company, where SECURITY, AVAILABILITY and SERVICE 'are assured? No business ever succeeded which paid out all of its earnings for expenses and dividends. ZA amount nut aside for surplus or reserve is the 1 basis of success for both the business and individual. 1 You Owe A Debt To Willard Cafeteria EXCELLENT PARE Opposite Court Houso R. O. .STELLWELTj, Business Manager KEAtS SERVED Breakf&it Sinner gnpper X OD Dry CooJs. JOHN M. MULLOY JHV MBmm mmmm WKAK 212 WEST MARKET STREET. axlJmlnr SIDNETS 308 W. Jeffer- MM St. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Cofreclb Tea, lb Coco, lb Baking Powder j 80cto$l'',25 30c to iHa aSOs T25 ' O&a Voo f,'4K) t Yourself ,.,; 6:00 to 9:30 OPTICAL COMPANY 11:00 to 3:30 SOUTHERN nrcoRpeATBD 6:00 to 7:30 Oculists' Prescriptions. Extract, portubo PioFilllng IHAMONItS Egg Mitt (20 cgrgs f or 2C) Fourth and Chestnut. HAVE YOUR START AN ACCOUNT WITH US NOW. ELECTRIC FAN Incorporated 3iV.i-iV.i- R LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than o,ooo Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with & t total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by th Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building Fourth and Main. "the fmest m THE world" FRED. C. LOEMKER Mws rurwiMw,Ht and The Oldest Trust Company in the South. 'Pwn Shn Overhauled now and avoid UNDER THE BIG CLOCK the rush. MARKET AT SECOND ? SODAS FOURTH AND O STS. Childers Elect. Go. WEST MAIN ST. 3fr Main Phone-Ci- CANDIES Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. FARM FOR SAMS. hmHlTArtirnriRSltiintPd nn Crum Lane, between Dixie highway and Cave Run road. Improvements y aro framo house, large bams, cabin, sheds, etc. Good water supply. Apply 431 West Oak. two-stor- JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP (Tho House of Mirrors) Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleum's. FORSAKE. Baldwin piano, In good condition, for cash and at a bargain. Apply at Trinity Council club house, Baxter and Martin avenue. ttt4ft SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c ty ll ? CIGARS JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES . INCORPORATED TOBAOO03 JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. THE M0NCRIEF FURNACES WORLD 3B3B0 Furnace will last longer, give more heat and burn less fuel th?u any furnace made, and we have thirty years' experience to prove it This. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS HOT AXES. FURNACE Guaranteed A Fire-YeBond Avifli every larno.ee. ar nd Freo Service Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEFFERSON City 985 Main 1134 BUY NOW. PAY LATER. MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. 521 WEST MARKET STREET. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. Easy terms. Phone us for free trial on our 1920 model in your League Sunday toy pitching a game and striking out fourteen men of Mackln Council, the opposing team, tho final score being 4 to 0 in favor of SU Xavler, of which team Aulbach holds the position of star twlrler. The feature game was be tween the Hibernians and C. M. A., Manager Joe Felhoelter, of the hoys, staging a surprise with a changed lineup, and tho strong A. O. H, team, just did noso o In a 4 to 3 contest, tho old veteran Benny Bossmeyer toeing the star at short. K. of C won over the Knights of St. John In a slugging contest by a score of 10 to 5. Games tomorrow: Knights of St. John vs. C. M. A., iK. of C. vs. .Mackln, and A. O. II. vs. St. Xavior. Standing to date: W. L. Ppt. o 1. 000 St. Xavier Alumni.... 2 o Hibernians 2 1. 000 no-h- lt Jeff-ersonvi- lle OlTl' LEAGUE. Joey Aulbach featured as the individual star In the Twin City Baseball TWIN No-w- - BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Open For 23i.esJX3.este i Best Hi Cfears ! t-i.- Otve yonr ioyg aa sancaUoa that wm prepare them for Ilfo mi Made (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. &ixx AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER AIL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. Olty 8400-PHONB-IVXc- St. Xavicr's College Classical, Scientific and Business Courses. Preparatory Department, torso Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gym- naslum. xerms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, DIr. 112 W. Broadway, lonlivllie, JCy. ConducteU by tha Xavcrlan BroUjers. 'Ai Near to You u the Nearest Phoee" Main 2382 City 9384 Knights of Columbus. . 1 Knights of St. John.... 1 Catfi. Men'.s Ass'n o Mackin Council........ o 1 1 2 .500 .500 .000 000 FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 Wll 1 u Me, ANDERS) ftfaia 1813 1040 2 COfiOXELS AT aniiAVAUKEE. WO. FRED G. JONES & CO. i SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILIWORK. Louisville, Ky. BrookandASts. MILL W0EK LUMBER LUMBER Tart an gwltob, ogan INCORPORATBD Tho Louisville team begins a four- gamo series at Milwaukee today, and homo. tackle St. We ropalr any sewing machine. on next Thursday, wil Paul, which has been trying to make race J. C. DORSEY & CO. a runaway from of it with hardly any opposition the other Western contenders. But from now on Kel- We telegraph Flowwrs City COCO ly's aggregation will sot a real try-ou- t, LUMBER Broafhmr andtSBfttt. UNDER ROOT IS Everywhere 542 E. JEFFERSON STREET We Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of BUILDING MATERIAL as Toledo, Louisville and Indianapolis tackle tho Saints in turn. Local fans fceliova that Louisville can now stand pat on their lineup and with Lamar back in the game should be fighting for the top position in a week or two. EQUALLY DIVIDED. Doors GLOBE et G TIRES 11M. G Sash ALL LUMBER OUR LONG SUIT i LIBERTY I Wakefield BONDS mass In Any Denomination Or Amount. 418 to 430 X. 8rcklmriaares SrftMb St. Cati. WIII Both LUMBER (ZKCOXFOIUTBD) 3. MII.IUR CO. Twelfth and Oldham & Co. 118 South Fifth Street. City UQ1 Main 190 mass, Sunday morning at the 7 o'clock at St. John's church twenty-fogirls reboys and twenty-fou- r ceived their first holy communion from tho hands of their pastor, Rev. G. W. Schuhmann, D. D., who preached an instructive and impressive sermon, night Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo administered the sacrament of confirmation to the children and a numbor of others at the 10:30 ur KECO We W Urn Phone City 12 For Industrial Plants and Factory Repairs. LUMBER Sixteenth and Maplo WINnWHWMIttlM mK aekt er eeMltiM. iy Where the QuicK Meal Comes In the brigbtert Wken ibm Wkere kOHM 1 Where work la Phones-27- 50 WHEN NEED Se the 80.'. 1WAKGES OP R03D3. HARYEY-JELLIC- O COAL CO. Church Goods tine 'OF ANYTHING IN Or a Religious Book, a the Service. The Company With the Rogers Church Goods Co. Yards omUA atPMUatk and Mnrmell. Tard at First audA. Yard and Both Ptioncs at Cl XiTr, Tj'jMd Vara 1 avds. A.V tvm. ISM)' mi 90WKB .uMNPVfltat KJV Ugkteet; Sunday morning at high mass at 7:30 o'clock at St. Frances of Rome Sixth and Jefferson, Wbere tfae a clasB of children who have fbee-In Balrd's Dray Store. carefully "prepared by tho Rev. FathWlMra the raage Mxa4a in. er John H. Riley, made their first Visit to the altar and received holy CIGARS AND TOBACCO the whwe That'e communion from thejr pastor. The "Qeiek KeiU" ancillary was ablase with lights and Candies and Novelties oeeae-loUurtefHlly doomtd for fc In th erwnific In. thto prwunco Menl BOX TRADE of a large mMrMtiw BM100 ilinlwWti'Ml Hm.mmtaCBonaaku Vmek iekte on Sle, JLJUAJLJUJCX mettt of ooMfwatiak tc tb iM and l PETTY ll GRIFFIN dose; work el Where eooktag real faa Where bftkLug glvee Where draaae U Bight . M Mm That's where "Qalek Meal" amm n. 1 Qtk . tttiaMr ooum. Itae v . City 10 cxjin 6a Ki &l Qmsj x, Sel4, XmiUlle aad BUihly 215 W, MARKET ST. RHwtiii ,& riML'Ll. -" ,'. im, '.n-- iu . .' ' 'liLiy. , W. Kl.?:& - StVi - .:i,m ,Ui '