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SJE ...I, American PHONE: HOME Of) UMH Krery Driver an Bscort toulsrllli TuJct TraiKfH to Incorporate t LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY,, MAY 22, 1920. SV11 Ross out of the jrty, saying editorially that Mr. Kossbo longer considered one of our Sporty. .This fight on Ross is InspiredDby tho y machine, who soupled with Rowdy Ed, the Lockottfcase Jiero (?), sustained a cruahigrand stinging dofeat from RossiijJFrankfort s'lon. during tho legislative The connecting link betweeiylloss Tobe and tho Bingham press tflso seen in the bitter fight wagedJISgn Sheriff Ross by the Times and'f'fJS'urler-Jour-na- l. These tinners nro sWlmr to kill Ross because he Is a srHpfbling block in uio num. ot jhss nm-ti- . in other words there Is method, k!thelr madness. Between Ross eusj ''Hert and his hypocritical aides Htuy persons tVIH take .Ross. "&? Last week In dlscusafegfthe Japt. Bennett case tho KeJftucky Irish American predicted Bcdfcett's departure from police circLe2and said: "Good-byCapt. Benm&tV; Just as stated before, Bonn efferent 'because lie exposed the close relation between the local Republican Machine and the gambling combine," The note from Scales, the former circulation manager of the HeraM.Jaskihg protection and privllegepfor a" negro crapshooter, was the buw that hurt Hert-Searce- PRICE FIVE CENTS. MEET WANT Religious Orders Exponents of Idealism and Practical Endeavor In a Sqclcly. THOUSANDS Present, in St. Petri's wiiwi Joan of Arc Was Declared a Saint. Solemn Ceremony and Gorgeo,, .Scenes Mark Honor of Sheiiheid J Girl. Something About Them Which the Shortsighted Ciltlcs Fail to ItCCOglllzC. , V, Draw Tliclr Vitality From a Source "Which Human Folly Opposes In Vain. mPE fittMlflllHHHitfv'?-f- ifBfijj', (' 'HfllH American Archbishops. Bishops. Pilusfo and Students Take Part ' In Procession. TOWKHS REQUISITE FOR SOCIAL PEACE. AMONG CARDINALS. The Toligious orders of tho Cathotho (machine leader's fefilingsfl Scales Joan or Arc, the shepherd lass lic church have been looked upon Is alsoa collector of th who in 1429 was called 2 per from with an evil eye by many governfrom city and county employing for the Repeaceful fields of 'Do.nremy ments. It Is said that the religious publican Campaign the armies or France to to lead Aiague. Near life as practised by these .communivictory Mayor Smith and his Inform colleaagainst the English and Burgund-ian- s ties is not suited to the ideals of our gues hold their hands Idgh horSunday was exalted to time. "The orders are out of date," ror at tlio idea of clakmsJiavlnir but Thir(y thousand persons say some, "and they ought to cease YOUNG SON OF SPANISH KING AND HIS MOTHER, RUSSIAN TERRORIST LEADER AND HIS STAFF. ran not see nnythiiigJfcTong about ho .right in Jionor to the to exist." But there must be someneek Queen of Spain and her second son, Don Jamie. Tho picture was me city employes bcingiMssesscd two Rirl whose leadership Gen. Czerny, of the Bolshevik army, with thing about these venerable institu of his founded mod- taken on the roof of Kensington Palace, London, during a visit of tho dollars for tho ItcnublMRn League. photographed at the Bolshevik army headquarters membersPetrograd. staff aml whoso "' Inspired near tions which shortsighted critics fail All tho F?nfe By the way, who orj whom in tho carry grenades In their belts. Allied world during to see. They must respond to somo Spanish Royalty to England. League? When the matiilne..leaders hours of the great war justtho dark need of the heart or thoy would not closed get together and sorvclino'tico that Impressive expand and flourish in these days of tallty in tho hearts of men. The visthe British to rule them. Tho first riUial marked ceremony and ancient Bennett must go, his chjSnpion, near the addition of her littlo faith. For thousands of young ion of tho Immortal llfo in God's 400 years or the attempted British Mayor Smith, threw mhr? to the tlo roll of tho saints. After men and women, often of the high- Kingdom is still the 'highest sanction occupation was practically one con- ? wolves, and oniphaslzesjPKfact th1 est stations of life, renounce worldly of tho moral law and the most pow" enthroned tinuous armed struggle; the last 300 llPl BT?n.e1 ct ,,a(1 Smith is Mayor in nantMonly. Here prospects in order to accept this kind erful incentive to To the of the years has been Insurrection after In- Church iu,lels oignitarles Is another problem. IMgiiuan took advanced and voiced of life. They do this freely, and ac- man without faith life Is a puzzle. he surrection against the usurping for- claim that the Pontiff hush money, as allegedJpKono of the cording to their own confession they and Its moro oppressive evils must Union die name of Joan of should Inscribe fromlrspft drink Will SIihw Her Friendship For the eign power. The Believe That Gov. Coy Will Bo tlio machine bosses And their happiness in leading the be like a nightmare. Arc in tho But tho relig with Britain was brought about by stands, why would, noclne same tV "religious life," looking upon tho ious looks upon these inevitable Mons11SnGalli replied violence and fraud Gladstone said New Republic of party take hush imoneylf' f rom the Democratic Presidential "" grace of perseverance to the end as trials and hardships of llfo in tho this Union was carried by means so oko d,i,vln? blessing Banio sources to lower lthe "assesson the event, Nominee. tho greatest blessing that God may bright light Ireland. of faith. Hence Indescribably foul and vile that it ments. If corrupt In'jnf job, why give them. Tho sacrifices the life re- death, that most terrible of can have no moral title for existence lhen Chaplains intoned the litany of not In th6 other? Sdrfebody. please Then pPe Benedict quires are considered as trifling com- all events according to pagan whatever. It has beon maintained ,e,fUlntS; , on page the Men's FederatJoMnd offer tho throne, listened pared with the excollent opportuni- philosophers, loses all Its terrors to only by armed force, and bv the lr- n tho part of ties it offers for the service of God the faithful followers of Christ- - For Negroes Making Hitter Fight on that as a subject for doMter?1" Finding out how eifsyv iWwas to Organization or jtonu Jinvo Will Bo niai oi an civil liberty." Mr. O'Brien he officials of the Canonization. Afand man, and the eternal recompense death Is not tho end of existence but went on to say, it was enacted im ter prayer, tho fool the Keystone polfc; vomen Louden, Hei-t'Completed at Meeting Choice For in God's kingdom. This argument is the beginning of true life. The elckf mediately following the Insurrection reverent silence Pontiff remained in burglars havo taken ufifburglary as for a spaco, and then almost of itself sufficient to prove ness, the pain and the privations of G. O. P. Honors. Monday. of '98 and since its passage there rose as a profession, and thhsjlweelo a wothe first notes of "VenI Crea-- o that religious orders meet a real years of exile from hoaven, all these havo been already, despite tho odds man burglar successfully, operated Spiritus" wore chanted by tho want in modern society. For an in- are now exchanged lor the unending to bo faced, no less than four other in our residential distrusts:' But tho stitution that no longer responds to glory of God's elect. armed insurrections. The object of prizo robbery of tho wlftfcwas the Unic officials the vital needs of a community disIt Is truo that the wholesome spir- Bingham Press, Machine slugging and robblnglr: a visitor Ltam Mellow es, Member of Parlia- each of these insurrections was com- oi1?1aih,,rd supplications bo grant-d- . that their appears of its own accord. It does itual teachings here mentioned are plete national Independence. Irishright in front of the' Witaison HoMonslgnor Galli answering and Negroes Combined ment, Coming to Plead For not require an attack from without the common property of all tho faithmen hated British rule-antel. That burglar or jfearglara gets desired as tho Pope --was convinced that to lay it low. But now sine the tree ful and that they are inculcated upon Against, Ross. to got rid of it, not alone because in th ng was "this Republic.v the brown derby. rate pleasing of religious life, tho object of so all the children of the church. But practice it worked out as British cided to pronounceto God, ho had deChief Petty will have ItFihave chin many venomous attacks and tho tar- It Is also true that the mlembers of tho sentence of Btraps for the cans ofttho Kovston- domination and British exploitation, canonization." get for such repeated calumnies, not religious orders base their lives sole ors or tho crooks, wlliwipe1 them but because in principle it was tho Then Pope Benedict only lives but 'blossoms with ever re- ly upon these teachings and make DANCING KEYSTONE POLICEMAN off their heads. Sncaklnsr of the PERFECTING rule AX ORGANIZATION. day, of a foreigner. And so It is to- the Catholic world theannounced to newed strength and vigor, It is evi- them the guide and rule of their acsolemn fact Chief, many think lie.Arair a little ho said. Those who would fully or tho addition dent that it draws its vitality from a tivity. Now a community that conundoistand the attitude oriflshmen saints of Joan of to the body of the inir.il un uio i.wDto. pouceman Arc, ordered in tho source which human folly opposes In stantly acts upon these lofty princifound dancing in uniform at the must therefore remember that were name or the Holy Trinity that her vain, ples of .life, and conduct,andcon- - . .. . i.Seelbach, .Hote,l British rule In Ireland as beneficent name be held cop. ThetwtHnaUonal politicals convenenthusiastic, nieBling of as soifloyor the British .pious devotion by Despite all the comforts and ad- Btantly presents them to Its memmade ChaTllo Chapliiil 'look like a would make the church and in vantages with which modern civili- bers, performs a social service of tions are drawing near and tho con- deuce when it came to comedy. He ward captains of the Irish Republic It out to be wero it as clearly to called upon the rounding ecclesiastics to witness sursation has encircled men there is a high value. For example Is more tests in Iboth parties are narrowing transferred his cap, Oielt and badge Bond Committee was held in the d material advantage of Ireland as it is tact. He at once directed the consis-torlvoid it can not 1111. This is man's powerful than precept, and tho In- down to a few candidates. In the to his fair dancing partner while the Hull, Tuesday night, at which clearly to her disadvantage Irishadvocate to draw up tho deed need of an Ideal. Many there are spiration born In hearts from the Democratic ranks Gov. Cox, of Ohio, big audience vociferously applauded reports of excellent progress were men and Irishwomen would still just orannouncement, and left the throne, who are disgusted with the low alms sight of many persons who willingly is rapidly forging to the front, and the terpslchorean ability of the n mado by the respective captains. Stir- as determinedly claim their intoning a "Te Deuni " The bells or and pursuits of a great number of give up tho prizes of earth in order this week It was right to rulo themselves." that after dancing Keystoner. The cop told the bt. our people. They realize that such to follow "tho higher things" and the first (ballot or learnedNew York, audience that ho would havo been ring addresses were delivered and S. J. McEllIott presided and urged and Peter's announced the haprevent two tho bells of all tho churches of pursuits lower man's dignity. And serve their brethren more faithfully Indiana and Illinois would throw able to do better if tho band had enthusiasm was at a .high pitch at all the various committees to bo 'ready so they say that they will aim at tends to tho good of the wholo social their entire strength to him, Insuring played that rollicking country tune, times. Rev. Patrick Walsh in a very to make complete reports at the spe- Rome answered. forceful manner set forth the justice The rite was concluded by celebrasomething higher and better than body. hi m the nomination. This is pleas- "Turkey in tho Straw." The Chief of meeting claim for independence. cialBertrand to be held Monday night tion of mass by the Pope, tho light They divote their in ing news to the original Cox men in suspended him three .days, which He Ireland's from Hall, to which everyone from Benevenuto quoted Franklin's themselves to art or literature or soKentucky, especially those who op- seems to bo ratlier harsh punlslunent his. trip to Ireland during report of friendly to tho cause of Irish free- candelabra falling Cellini's historic POLICE AT CHURCH. the days dom is cordially Invited. Headquarover tho gorgeouscial service and herein they tiy to posed that camouflage of an for a high class entertainer. Tho of our own struggle ly find somo Ideal worthy of imitation. Sunday morning during mass celedelegation," which meant Chief is certainly a joy killer, and he dence, tho following "I for Indepen ters for tlio bond drive will bo open- thovested ecclesiastics gathered about altar, Pope- Benedict concluded found them," ed at once In the Whallen building, Now does not the religious Hfp hold brated by Right Rev. Bishop McDon- disguised support for tho o doesn't seem to understand that tho Franklin of out .the highest Ideals for tho men of nell at Our Lady of Lourdes church, public do not expect hl3 Keystonors friends of said, "disposed to bo 322 West Jefferson street, and tho his part on the ceremonies with an combination. Tho Cox nomthe life of tho now saint, our day? To love God (with one's 2,000 Brooklyn policemen, members ination would mean a whole lot to to do real police duty, having given deavored America, in which I en- meeting at which the drive will be oration to confirm them with the and as he snoko. tho nintiim nt whole soul, to serve the brethren un- of a branch of tho Holy Name Society Kentucky as lie would swoop tho tip that idea long ago.' expectation that our growing weight Inaugurated will ,be addressed by or Arc which was placed behind'the selfishly for his sake, and to possess organized might in turn .bo thrown tntn nn Llam iMellows, member of tho Irish altar was unrolled. three years ago, received State, carrying the other candidates Him forever after this brief span of holy i;r WILL BE FREE. communion in a body. The of with him. Strange to say, tho men scale and by joining our inteiests Parliament. The Impressive procession years, this is the idealof the relic- ficers filled thethat church and the spec- opposing Gov. Cox hero are leading marked the beginning of the cerelous life, and- does it not give hope SPLKNDII) MAY FESTIVAL. supporters of Senator St. Xavier's Alumni is to bring to wiui tnelrs a more equitable treatC. W. Beckment monies was. then reformed and slowand Inspiration to tho .best of our tacle was unusually edifying. The ham, who is anything J.ibut a strong Louisville the wonderful motion pic- might from this nation CKmrinTiiii Bishop spoko feelingly to tho 4nen on (bo obtained for themselves as ly wound Its race? Preparations for the annual May can, passing way back to the Vatisplendid demonstration of their candidate this year. Gov. Cox might ture review. "American Catholics In well as for us." Father Walsh went the through Teverent, weepOne of the requisites for social faith. He festival and candy pulling to be hold ing throngs, which tho weakened Beckham war and Reconstruction." This on to say that remarked that the occa- carry again received the peace and happiness is tho obser- sion was will be free so that thousands In those days the American Congress next Monday afternoon and ovenlng apostolic through, but hardly any other nomid colebra-tio- n for him a were vance of the moral order on tho part nee could, and the Beckham leaders may see it. The unfolding in six grave danger to any conscious of tho In Sacred Heart school hall, Seven- was shownbenediction. Great emotion tho twenty-eigt- h anniversary by the family of Joan of English subjects teenth and Broadway, have been gooi tlio majority or men. This means of his elevation to tho Bishopric of seem to be too d to real- reels of interesting and exclusive aid to that a more genuine and lasting hap- Brooklyn and his celebration of the ize this. Beckham 1s a weak candi- motion pictures of the glorious rec- renderingthat thotho American colon- ing forwnrd splendidly, Tho ladies Arc, who ihad places in the tribune ies,, and ivIUi members of the French American Congress or piness is found in communities where first communion mass Senato of the Police- date for two reasons principally. The ord of the patriotic contribution of forbado the Island of Jamaica to in- ed the parish societies have arrang- and Chamber of Deputies, municipal virtue is esteemed and where men men's Holy Name Society of this dio- first, because vof the reaction against the groat body of Catholics, acting cur the dangers various booths with specially inof aiding the Revolu- teresting features, and tho friends councillors and other French pilsuccessfully strive to ibeat down the cese. At the breakfast which follow- prohibition and tho second because under the direction of tho National tion. Remoteness, he said, from or Rev. Patrick Walsh and the Sis- grims who came to Rome for tho clamorings of lower nature. Unfortu- ed the mass, and which was attended of his refusal to vote in favor of the Catholic War Council in the lato war England endowed Jamaica with, at ters and children only await a fair canonization. nately there are so many who find it by the Bishop, resolution of sympathy for oppressed and in tho rebuilding of the nation least, short talks difficult to observe this moral order, by prominent men, amongwere made and persecuted Ireland. Irlslunen following Its close, will give tremen- say, relative safety. He went on ,to day to make this festival not only a Seldom has Rome, accustomed as bethem "If wise discretion was advisable pleasant reunion but tho most suc- t Is to pagentry, seen a moro brillon account of their own weakness, ing dous satisfaction and pride to our and vriU not Wtii. F. Geoghegan, but especially on account of the Fourth Degree, Knights Master of the keenly interested in tho candidacy bo Catholic people and' will inspire them In Jamaica, it might .have been con- cessful over given. The children iant spectacle than that witnessed of of Columbus, sidered imperative in Ireland. when the Pontiff enteral many obstacles placed in their will a man who failed to show sympathy to continue their noble and patriotic lated and well nlcht lofAniiiIso- and bo entertained s In tho afternoon. Sunday. Priests and monk stIn v. Senator Loring Black, Itev. Lawrence ot for tho grown-upsome or the wayiby tho sinful, Mnt. world. Bracken, police chaplain, and County for the land of their birth or die land efforts along the lines proposed by the very gates of England. But" he surprises will add a quaint note to brown and white robes headed Now the religious life gives the best the new Welfare Council. Part three 6atd, "no of the forefathers. Clerk Gelly. admonition to caution mmo tho scene. This festival la given for procession, and after them came the opportunity to observe tho law of virecNow for tho situation in Itepubli-ca- n and part four depict "Over There and from Congress to parochial schools In clesiastics armoderate tue dn all things. For it is 'based on ranks. The old steam roller is Home Again with the K. of .O." The aor lor the American cause, Irish Ire- - one of the best all who attend are and hymnsintoning special prayers Louisville, and composed for the solemn and the "observance of the counsels." being oiled to flatten out Senator Knights of Columbus Committee on land was with ovenlng of real enjoy occasion. Then came America And men havo no higher standard of d Hiram Johnson, who Is tho popular War Activities presents the motion Belfast meetings weroto a man. In assured an banners showing scones from tho held and moral excellence than those "counchoice of tho (Republican primary picture of the war and reconstruc- money raised to support the Ameri- ment. or Joan or Arc. Following close lire besels of evangelical perfection." For voters. But, the haunting fear comes tion work of the deservedly popular can hind were lay and religious memthey enablo a .person to serve God to the G. O. P. bosses that Johnson, K. of C. Pioneers in welfare work out cause." Father Walsh pointed tho similarity bers or the Pontifical Court and the in the 'best manner, 'being freed not if flattened out In tho convention, for our fighting men on the Mexican Franklin to Irelandof the visit of sV,no Ir' 8inBlng "Ave Maria only from slavery to sinful pursuits will bolt then the fat is in tho fire. oorder, this great fraternal society Eamonn De Valera, and tho visit of Stella.' Then came chaplains who President of tho but even from attachment to worldWall Street and the iblg interests at tho outset of the World War Irish carried tho Papal mitre and triple country. ly honors, society, etc.- It Is this life a foremost place in the wel- said, Republic to, thistoeing made He which control the Republican party crown on crimson cushions, to which holds out the promise of the want a man like Wood, Lowden or fare work in Undo Sam's camps at even' "His appeal isman liberty loving preceded but a short distancewhich greatest joy that can ibe man's porthe Harding, and if tho ReDUblican con home and abroad, their services In this country, regardlessand woman Papal cross. of race or tion on earth the peace of a good vention stampedes to Johnson then bringing immeasurable benefits to creed, and as we have always Another interesting group was hold conscience which tho treasures of tho the big moneyed Interests will flock our boys, substantial assistance to that might docs not make right rormed by archbishops and patriarworld cannot buy. to the Democratic standard If the our Government, and reflecting undy- every American chs wearing their mitres, jeweled One of the fundamentl virtues of nominee is a conservative man like ing credit upon its organization, Its our opportunity should fel proud of crosses and rich brocades. to demonstrate to the religious life is a strong IncenThey Gov Cox. Tobo Hert. the Renubll- - ecretaries and officers. Tho Alumni the world wo are sincere in our were attendod by knights of religious tive to the growth of the spirit of can boss of Kentucky and formerly ot St Xavier's desire that all Catho- claim that that every nation should have orders. Then came Cardinals, the democracy and toleration that charor Indiana, is In the middle of a bad lics and even witness the right of " figure of Cardinal OConnell or Bosacterizes our time. For tho members ,.. No charge whatsoever !Bic; wX-- t fix. Boss Hert selected Lowden as this film. ton, Mass, towering abovo the rest, ."& iimci I..UBU euiuf cugianu of the religious orders, especially his choice and tho negroes all over nil I be asked iimy All these led up to tho appearance Dy those dovoted to the active llfo, that The performances will bo given on arms, auiirai jreianu rulo rorpo or the country are (bitterly fighting buti will never of the Pontiff, who with his upraised tho Irish, Is a life of service to suffering man, Lowden's candidacy because the lat Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights, though she may keep hand bestowed tho apostolic blessing the bayonet at look upon all persons, Irrespective of ter allowed tho white people to run beginning May 23, at 8 o'clock, and her neck as she has done for on the multitude. Following the the last creed, color, or social station, as chilamuck and kill colored people during an Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday seven centuries" chair of state in which Pope Bene- - dren of thc same God and Father. mo rnco riots at East St. Louis. War- - anernoons at 3:30 Everybody wel- L. E. O'Brien, from New York diet was borne were tho soldiers of ' They, practice heroic charity towards ley, the editor or a local colored pa- - some, no admission charged and chil hf.1lrftmriA,ss r9 Mm A.nnwlMn tho Swiss guard In their picturesque ,' tho "most lonely and wretched of per and tho first colored Licenso In dren from the different parisil mission on Irish Tndnnnndnnnn urlir. d ' uniforms. these children of God, realizing that spector in the history of the city. Is schools invited to attend. has been organizing a Stato branch Among those seen taking part in by serving them they servo God, their traveling aDout the country denouncIn Tennessee, is in Loulsvillo to aid tho procession wero Archbishop Edfather in heaven. Now It Is only ing Lowden's Candidacy in open deANOTHKH IN IRELAND. the local organization in their bond ward J. Honna of San Francisco, such charity, born of lively faith in fiance of Hert. Of coin-sIn view of the large work that lies drive, told of the wonderful success the tax Bishops John P. Carroll of Helena, the truths of revelation, that can inpayers are paying Wnrley's salary before tho Irjsh Missionary Society which. Is being met in every section Mont.; Daniel M. Gorman of Boise, spire the heroism and constancy while his lecture tour is on. In China, readers of the' Catholic when) a drive has been held. rdaho, and Paul Joseph Nussbaum of '" Mr. .which we 6eo in a St Vincent de Of course if the Republicans nomi press will be glad to know that every O'Brien staled Corpus Christl, and Fathers Edward , r, Paul, a Francis Xavior, a Peter nate Lowden. the negroes will be effort Is belnc strained to snnni-- nnd nessee, where that tho State of Tenthe bond HJgney of Npwport, R. I.; John J. or a Father pamlen. Tho mofound voting the Renubllcan tloket nrovido for an Innrwostnir tiiimhnr nf scheduled for next month, drive is keyed Connelly of Wllmlueton. Del., tives of action supjusi xne same, ana it is surprising vocations. Tno latest step in this di up to a high pitch and likeissuccess John A. Butler or San Francisco, be-- j plied by positivism or materialism y wiui iuo maohlne pays rectlon has been tho opening of a Is looked for thoro. Mr. O'Brien's sides all the students or the Amerifade into insignificance In presence of any nttention whatver to their com second seminary in Ireland. This talk to tho committee dealt largely can Collego in Rome. GEN YUDENITCH. these subllmp and generous principlaints, as the log cabin means "pork now nuiiaing which can accommo with organization In ples (born of the "eweot principles of Latest picture of Gen. Yudonltch, chops" for the colored brother rfnd'dato about fifty students with the closing ho said that detail, but Irethe basis or CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Commander-in-ChiChrist." 0 support the machine .here In Lou teaching staff, is built on the banks land's right to independence lays of tho in The members of religious orders armies In the Petrograd lavllle means a license to have crap of the Shannon- - Both houses and the fact that Ireland Is a distinct and KANSAS GIRL OUTSHINES A Members of Branch 25, Catholic always look forward to the reward area. A Bolshevik propagandist games unmolested. A heavy loser in grounds are situated In the County separato nation. PEERESS. It Is the oldest naKnights of America, will gather at y exceeding great which God has pro- leaflet distributed among "craps" recoups his losses by knock- Clare, between forty and fifty miles tion In Europe except Greece. When tho fbrehoad coronet was "The John's church tomorrow mised to ihoae who persevere In his Russian troops on the Murmansk ing some luckless pedeetraln in the from the older seminary Introduced to tho court ad 'mother Irish people, he said, "have never ac- by Lady Massereene, a of St. James the St. and receive holy communion morning commandments. Modern life with its front offers a reward of 50, 000 liad with no 'fear of capture by the house, which is ta Gal way. The for-o- cepted partnership qr Kansas girl, union many allurements and distractions roubles for the leader's body dead or R.eystone pouc. imcweatally the mass. opening will p!w next KogMwuii uiey nave at? all timeswith- Miss Adelaide Ambrose, decided to In a body at the 7 o'clockpaafeor, JRr. reFather Sehuihnmnn, the Is a has not quenched the hope of inmer- - alive. segrd praM hre h gMrtff , fetwnher. rwid Blsted to the utmost every attempt of 80 her one better In Gotham. Knight, sad will preach ttw swrnaa. if-U- n wit-nosed POLITICAL LOUISVILLE 1 N well-doin- g. ed i.i l"1 s , d Atnls wQu'r-fpbmefl- ji Bert-ran- al God-give- fellow-citizen- s. "unln-struct- ed - Wllson-McAdo- t, - - pic-lu- re two-fol- short-sighte- Irish-America- ns evil-mind- richly-colore- i - nou-Cathbll- cs I -- ,"! i'. i parti-colore- Cla-ve- g nn-.- . I nerc-earc- ef lk pro-All- tk kI v u V- fiOBECCTTJOHrsr May 24 May festival and candy pulling for benefit of Sacred Heart School, Seventeenth and Broadway. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. May 25, June 15, July 27, August ol IflsK Amerfcam iBdithotla rW .vd to th. Sod.l nd Moi.l Adv.nctment 17 Moonlight excursions on steamer East St. Louis by Trinity Council, Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea a Y. M. I. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. May 23, 25, 27, 30 i'The Lass of CO., Ineorpc.teJ. Publishers Limerick Town," at JJertrand Hall, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING IRISH JlM3t$XAJW:. tWiQilfASJA KE.NTU6KY IRISH flMERKfflK. COMING EVENTS Vom'oy - Oil : it It I 25 M Festival by St. Paul's JPpjjooiS'vflXe church, of 777 Pleasure Ridge Park, . . . AH..-'nr st. unipnfl'fl i :mnTnprmn.i it.iun ft Wist Utorty Street IRISH AMERICAN, KENTUCKY ,May as Hibernian Social Club AWriss All Comwinlcatlmu to tin on steamer moonlight excursion -- J,fp& East St. Louis. : HermitSS; UM& toy May 30 "Oak Farm," St. 3fmAScOUHQL Philip Neri Dramatic Club, at improvemcmts'to .PtlPCrUtrlt QA3- MAMbFACTURtttO Hall. June 2 Church of Our Lady, Pn.Atrro ATLoyi3Vit Thirty-fchurch i SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920 lawn fete onRudd. grounds, LOUISVILLE, KY ifth and June 16 St. Peter's parish picnic professions of love for liberty made on chuich grounds, Seventeenth and CiSbiCMtUe P& amo by England during the war. Garland. cr CRUSH MDE.R PUMPlriO STATIOM GA3 FMELD L The recent national army essay A AftAA&AAAAAAA AAA A A A A AA AA. AA COMSTRUCTlOtl SORRY RECORD. contests have attracted widespread ri?ii&maitm&mitiRtmm attention to our Catholic schools and 1 Map of Natural Gas Pipe Lines Showing New Construction Now In Progress and New Gas Fields. Bent upon adjournment or recess 1 colleges, whose boys and girls invari- early in June, the present Republiably outrank the pupils of public can Congress will have tAAAAAAAAA AAAAA A Art written a schools and secular colleges. All To date, of general Horry record. Miss Mary Coady visited friends at this Is cause for congratulation. legislation promised the. people in I'restonla last week. Catholics have reason to bo proud of the 1918 campaign, it has passed a their schools and the records that railroad bill. Granting that it will Mrs. David McFarland is visiting their schools have made. Many her mother in Princeton, Ind. years to puss a budget law and soldier bonus sought for bill prior to June, neither of which Miss Rose Hugglns spent last week fasten the stigma of Inferiority "Pon Is1 yet certain, its record will consist with Mrs. L. D. Lindsay, Southern Catholic schools and colleges, claim- of three general pieces of legislation, Heights. nothing but the added to ing that wo teach the usual annual supply Mrs. L. Zehnder of 'Munclo, Ind., catechism and religion in our schools bills. It will have done nothing to is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. X. nothing but adjust that the "children do the tariff and revenue law in Clifton. pray all day long," regardless of the Inequalities; it will not have solved fact that work and study, properly the problem of what to do with tho Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beston will sanctified, Is prayer, that we are glad merchant marine and will have done leave June 1 to spend a month at these public demonstrations are tak- nothing to encourage foreign trade; Lake Wawasee, Ind. ing place, especially as regards our it will have neglected its opportuniMrs. Ida King, wlio visited Mrs. parochial schools. They show most ty to create land settlements for dis- Sallie P. Dunett at Prestonia, left obexclearly, as one of our New York charged soldiers and will have doije Saturday for Los Angeles. changes says, that parochial school nothing for the encouragement of Mis. Mary Bertlekamp ihas been pupils may not be expert workers in better relations between capital and the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Alvls cerlabor. raffia and all that, but they are In a sontence, it will have Bastaln, at Charlesiown, Ind. tainly solidly grounded in "the three done little but criticise the AdminisMis. Zelin Conncll has been tho R's," and our parochial schools are tration for what it has dono and for colleges and acad- what it has tried to do, but has Buost of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. the feeders of our McKinney, Charlestown, Ind. emies, It must bo remembered. So been unable to do becauso Congress Miss Llllie Stegenian visited her remaikable has been the record made blocked tho way, arfd it has been in of this successful public utility organization ? You can do so either for cash or by saving by Catholic educational institutions session approximately one year. And cousin, Mrs. Jacob Dueser, Chailes-towInd., the first of last week. and investing on the partial payment plan.. Upward of 1,000 of our customers are alwiicn brought into open competition for this, as tho Park City News puts hepular schools and' It, tho people will hardly bo fooled partners. Get the facts by sending for our illustrated descriptive ready profit-sharin- g with public and Mrs. Ethel Seheffer, of Richmond, " colleges that, as we said above, Cath- again by such promises as wero Ind., Is visiting Mrs. Joseph Quinih circular. olics should be proud and show it by mado by the Republican leaders In Hast Couit avenue, Jeffersonville. tho campaign of 1918. bettor support of their schools. Miss Kathorlne Williams, who has Investigate this proposition. It is sound and Louisville is growing faster than ever before. been visiting Mr. and (Mrs. B. S. The demand for additional, permanent service is CIIKSTER-lJLr.Vto her home in has leturned attractive in every particular. Your money goes SIMS WAS CRAZY. Charlotte, N. O. all previous records. Many important breaking into property helping to develop your home comMiss Abblo Beatrice Chester and Testifying befoie a Senato comRobeit Xan7, formerly of St. Mat'improvements and extensions must be made. Frank Blunk wero united in marmunity. mittee, last week, JJer Admiral Ben- riage at he rectory of Holy Name hews, now of New Orleans, was marNew capital for investment can be used to splenson declared that Rear Admiral Sims Church on Wednesday afternoon at ried on Thursday to Miss Virginia Stability of principal and regularity of cash did advantage. O'Brien of Crescent Hill. has done him a grave Injustice. Adreturns these two points are features of an inmiral Bonson said he could not recall "t The successful financial record of the Louis-- . J. W. Murray announces tho ena gagement of his daughter. Miss whether in his final instructions to vestment that appeal to thoughtful and cautious iyille Gas & Electric Company over a long period .T Murray, to George W. Devine. Adniirnl Sims hejiad said: "Don't let I people. of years commends this investment. The propThe wedding will be in June. the British pull the wool over your erties into which your money goes may be inspected. pes; wo would as soon fight them as Mrs, Patty Blanford of Springfield, Consider the future. Save part of your prescan at all times obtain authentic information direct Gormans," but added that if he who has been visiting iher son, Mr. L. the from our Investment Department. ent earnings and advancing years will lose their Blanford, and Mrs. Blanford, had used such language it was for "rescent Hill, has returned home. purpose of impressing upon the Your opportunityxto save and make money is the dollars of dread. Store up some of the HaBSEamLLiw-Admiral that the United States still Mr. Joseph Bonn announces the here. You can find few other tested business today in sound investments that should make engagement of ills daughter, Miss was a neutral. The witness told the enterprises in which you can so conveniently invest Viola E. Bonn, to Ova F. Cullen. Tho them worth 100 cents later on. The present is committee that he cautioned Admiral where your money will be as safe and yield as satiswedding will take place Juno 1C. Sims on two other ocaslons not to factory a return. a wonderful time for saving and investing. let his friendship for the British unThomas D. Cllnes, Jr., of Aududuly influence him. Judging from bon Park, lias returned from a Call or Send for Interesting Illustrated Literature. week's islt with his cousins, Walter, the way Sims let his tongue run away John and Mary Elizabeth Hlgglns, at with him, the cautions were wasted. "Uiattanooga, Tenn. Secretary Daniels testified that Sims INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT INQUIRY COUPON was crazy for British decorations. Y Misses Catherine .O'Brien, Julia X. O'Brien, Mary Catherine Ross and Investment Dcpt. 1920 Ea May Ross recently were afterWORTHY OF NOTE. noon guests of Miss Sallie Roberta Louisville Gas & Electric Co., Thompson at Prestoria. Louisville, Ky. It is worthy of note that most of OF KENTUCKY. tho crlmo in Ireland Is in those Miss Ruth Eleanor O'Bryan left Please send me your investment literature. MRS. FRANK BLUNK. last week to spend several months in areas where tho soldiers and peelers Chicago the guest of her brother, ,. ,..-- . Name ,r. . . ., are massed. It Is also worth remem- 5:30 o'clock. Rev. Father John Philip M. and Mrs. O'Bryan military and constab- O'Connor performing the ceremony. and sister, O'Bryan, H. Mattingly. bering that the LOUISVILLE Mrs. E. ., Street .'. . : ulary havo never been friendly, The bride is well known and popuH. M. BYLLESBY & COMPANYf social circles and. has Miss Llllie Fackler. Messrs. Ed which may perhaps account for lar in Catholic Telephone some of the murders of policemen. been a leader In local amateur' ward N. Bosler and Richard Bosler Fiscal Agents. starring in Mackfn of Louisville, and Earl Edwards of theatricals, At any rate, this much is certain, Council and Elks productions. She Lexington, Sunday Tecent wore that in tho vast areas that are ruled is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gregg fly tho Sinn Fein authorities there F. Chester, of 1911 South First at Jeffersontown. well known Blunk Is aro neither cline nor criminals. street. Mr.man, being aemployed on newspaper FIRST SOLE5IN JIASS. Members of St. Charles and St. From this it must bo evident that the Herald and and Columbia parishes will Ibo Tejolced protecting the has accepted a newspaper position to learn that there has been a favor keeping order and Preparations are being mado by public form no part of tho duties of in Now York City, where the young able change in the condition of Mrs. St. Brigid's congregation for a redeparted af the police and military authorities couplesupper for for immediatelyfam- Mary Gray, Avlfe of John W. Gray, ception to be given Father Maurus tho immediate ter a who 1s now undergoing treatment at Ohligschlager, O. S. B ns far as Ireland Is concerned. who will ily at the bride's home. Mr. and Sts. Mar' and Elizabeth Hospital. celebrate his first solemn mass in Mrs. Blunk havo tho best wishes of their many friends and acquaintNEED GREATLY FELT. Lotuisvllle was well represented in St. Brigid's church on Sunday, May ances for a happy and prosperous Now York- tho past week 'by people 30, at 10 a. m. Ho will bo the first The meeting of the Catholic Edu- married life. mixing business with pleasure. Reg- young man from St. Brigid's to be ordained to the Father istered at tho Hotel McAlpIn were Maurus graduatedpriesthood. Xavler's cational Association of the United Irom St. ORPHANS' PICNIC. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ryan, Mr. and Collego in June comes States the last week in 1911 and attended tho WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. McVey, Mrs. Charles at a time when conditions call for The following parishes were re- Mrs. Frank L.A. L. Conrad and Miss Catholic University at Washington, E. Gray, Mrs. D. C, until entering St. Molnrad's the best counsel that Catholic edu- presented at the meting of tho Cath- Margaret Coning. Other visitors 1912, and durbring to their problems. olic Orphan Society laslMonday eve- were A. Y. Allen, R. E. Burney, F. Abbey in September,Joined the order cators can ning to make plans for tho Fourth W. Bohlens, E. E. Buchart and J. M. ing Januarj'i 1913, The need of religious formation as a of July picnic: of St. Benedict. After seven and SL Ann's, St. Phillips. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. years of preparation he will basis of sound education was never Charles Borronieo, Holy Name,' St. be ordained to the holy priesthood so greatly felt as at present, and the John's. St. Louis 'Bertram!, St. MichMiss Marian Ryan entertained last by Right Rev. Bishop Churtrand, on opportunities and lesponsibilitlcs or ael. St. Paul's, St. Philip Nori's. Ad week at the homo of her parents, Mr. Tuesday, May 2C, at St. Molnrad's appointments and Mis. W. P. Ryan, on Bardstown Abbey, St. Meinrad, Ind. Father committee Catholic education were never more dltlonal wero annuonced as follows: Grounds, birthday anniINCORPORATED urgent and inviting. The status of John B. Campbell; lighting, Will road, in honor oMier present were .Mauraua Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Among those versary. of J. and. Link; solicitation books, Charles J. Misses Maiy Asman Sara iMoore, Dot A. B. Ohligschlager and a brother St. tho association as a deliberative PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTA ST. OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. J. Ohligschlagor, President of body is now well defined, Faulkner; ham and sugar booth, Jos- Schulz, Rosemary Craun, Llla Blan- Xavler's Alumni Association. The advisor' eph A. Fleck; dairy lunch, Mrs. C. and it is the desire of the Bishops of Waldschmldt; tickets, Martin A'. J. ford, Mary Elizabeth iFedler. Carolynr. members of St, Brigid's congregaFedlor, Emma Allgeler. Valla old, are actively tion, young and the country, as expressed by the Most A few charitable Catholic men Madlyn Kelly. Margaret Fap- - working and planning to make this FORTY-SEVENT- H "Rev. Archbishop Dowllng, Chairman will be asked to contribute the neces- -' nlana. Roslyn McGill, Elizabeth mil, celebration an event in the annals of the Educational Department of sar' funds for the acquisition of an Catherine Price, Norma Ryan, Teresa of tho congregation. Tho following as the leading feature of Masters James iMaloney, has been appointed and the National Catholic Welfare Coun- automobile The Button Committee Gerardi. Ruffnor, Henry Asmau, Ger- committee meeting weekly to make the picnic. George have been cil, that tho osoclation should con- will visit Holy Name church next ald Ryan, Frank Ryan, Jr. tho necessary arrangements: Joseph Schlldt, Chairman; Leo W. Goss, tinue tho work that it Ihas carried on Runday, and St. Mary's tho following Secretary: Joseph Rees, Edward J. 1JUEKDS HATRED. for the past seventeen years. The Sunday. The Ham and Sugar Com be as follows: Chairman, Bosler, Amos DIscher, Dr. E. H. mittee convention will open in New York Joseph will Fleck; Misses Ednamae A. Branding tho advertising cam- Hubbuch, Irving Gates, Louis Ida May May 8 City on June 28. Mra. Joseph Rees, Mrs. Offutt, Evelyn Bergkessol, Edna Darts' Mattlo paign of the Employers' Association Wiedomer, Mrs. Rose Tillman, Mrs. Dickson, Lorerie Proctor, and al- J. O. Murphy, Miss Marrie Pfclffor, l, of Louisville as Plckorll, Pampa Reed, Beulah PROTEST IS ON RECORD. Messrs. Claude Emflch, Henry leging that it Is preaching class hat- Miss Flprencl! Schlldt, Miss Adelaide Dorenkamp, Borders, Henry red, the Executive Committee of Jef- SchulteiJ. Miss Pauline Whalon. Premier Lloyd George has declar- May. Charles Clarence B. J. Johnson, ferson Post, American Legion, adoptMiss Dorcus Redding and Dr. E. Johnson, eighty-eiged that the protest signed by Paul Johnson, Will Goda, Henry ed a resolution Tuesday asking that H. Hubbuch aro preparing the musi the campaign be discontinued. Wil- cal programme for mass anu vesper KENTUCKY HANDICAP MAY members of Congress against Pohlman. SEVEN RACES EACH DAY f.2 liam Black, President of the Em- RftTVlCG8 imprisoning Irishmen without Troop No. 65, St. Brigid's Boy ployers' Association, denied "that the chargos and without trial will not af-- 1 adding Scouts, 'and tho 1911 class of St. campaign is 1'ATHKH UKOItOK COXXOK. Govern-meCollege, of Father that allegations contained in the res- Xavler'a was a member,which assisting I feet thetmlicy of the British are The Rev., George W. Connor, pas- olution accused the association of Maurus We did not expect that it J. M. Camdan, President. M. J. Winn, V. P., Gen. Mgr. Chas. Grainger, Res. Mgr. Intentions oh tho campaign. Tho res- In tho preparations. would. But Is is well to have the tor of St William's church, .this city, olution accued tho asaociation of has been In California for protest on record. It also bothera who volar fui arMiimt- nf 111 hftalth.. the preaching class aatagonlkn through THE IAST DAY. nnnt j -, . " in? in mont. "Neither tho immediately after tho action BRAVE JjADS. u exiiiiuu aiu ' rjved ner6 last weelc an.d la B0-- vis-t- e advertisements in street cars and UoyU tieorgo nor the gray Confantry of h Conan Doyle, in the eixth and last which Gen. O'Ryan's that Trinity Sunday, Renrafer world why such a protest should IHns friends throughout the dloceee. newspapers attacking uaion labor. It May 30. is federates of Leo, showed a higher the Easier volume of his "Hostory of tho Great division played so important a part, spirit the last reelect Connor's bea- declares the iadvertisements dtetoyal, time. Do not delayday ofEaater lads who than the khaki-cla- d He may JHt heed It. but Father improved conditio .to War." has a tribute to the bravery that he had never seen tho dead Ho ,be your by the Wterai di- on loyal cltiaens. (tfonjf wHfc vereatly , fought and onmmuntnn there will of the American boys. A British so thick at any spot during the war day." alongside the British that th world kows tliata in ,ate and it Is waWI h my soon be by grouping H union Uor lay around Gullle- nMMfMt comere without you. division general assured Sir Arthur, as the Americans ilhilWk owe elac. IMm V Ireland that mock at all the transferred to a California diooeso. ! m -319-32- 1 mncnvDAD ."v. c "'m SUBSCRll'lIUINHKiiucLH'v SCOpdCiMI civm rnDV. M'tltf ......... nn.rf ihm ..nulivltle Poitofflce n i -- ,.,, nA. c w eac evening, -- J - ft is ta '"" . "gUgL tiwT035,rPUMPIMG OR COMPRESSOR STATIOn WIDER COrtSTRUCTIOtt t ' u c1 t wesT-viRomi- Y A TO- - '.Ye 0 ? T vl - GAS FICCCS yli5CR Wlnd-thor- st -- fiSvb 1-- .! 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WORKS Thirteeatk aad Breokiaridg aad Ninth aad Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadalts, , UanIi. i Byrne Speed Coal Corporation INCORPORATED "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." 315 Guthrie Street. T. GREAT MUSIO REVUE. you hear tho silver bells tinkling the fairy dance, only when she Members of tho cast and horuses "They have a way with them, loves do you know tho wonder of theso Dublin girls,. They are not the magic circle made in tho dow of "Oh, Oh, Cindy," tho musical ro- prettier than Lqndon girls nor, wion tho fairies crept from' the edge vue which is tobo presented at of brighter than the girls of Copen- '(hotho moss and wovo their spells in Theater on May 28 and 29, moonlight." Manchester hagen. They cannot excel the Vienunder tho auspices of tho Daughters nese girls in magnetism, nor tho of Isabella, have proven In their In It Parisian girls inl charm. They aro PENTECOST. ial rehearsals that tho production is not kinder than the girls of Amsterbound to please. The charmdng Mrs. dam, nor more dainty than the girls Tomorrow is tho great, feast of Geo. T. Settle, whoso wonderful voice JLmitsrittaJQf of Stockholm; yet they possess some- Pentocost, with today, Its vigil, as a Is eo well suited for tho part, will G! JRwrfi Ain thing these other girls I know do appear in tho title role of "Cindy." fasting day of obligation. Tho story not have. Briefly, tho story is as follows: "What Is it? What is that subtlolof Pentecost teaches that our Lord Cinderella Van of tho something that makes a man weak had promised that after He went to "Zlegfield Follies" Alstyna, (bosomos show, as water and warm as wine In tho heaven Ho would send God tho Holy tired of her surroundings and doslros presence of these laughing, chaffing, Ghost down upon tho Apostles, to to try the llfo of Robinson Oruso for compelling girls of Dublin city? "They are frank, hut not auda- make them very strong. So rwhen He a time to leann tho secret of content cious; they aro friendly, but not had gone up on high, they went 'hack, ment. Through tho secrecy of the hold; they give tho welcome glance, with our blessed Mother, to the littlo fair godmother, Patrick CHoollgan, all finds herself hut never tho 'glad eyo.' But the room, and there waited, praying all she her company and tho the members on of island. But aame can ho said of other girls who cannot claim tho bewitching power tho time. At last tho Holy Ghost here many troubles develop, and ficame down upon tho Apostles ten nally tho party flies by aeroplane to of the daughters of Dublin. "Not beauty, not charm, not the days after tho ascension of our.Lord, the Land of Heart's Desire, but hero quick intelligence of the Celtic mind, and the day on which He camo down new troubles reveal themselves, and not even the traditional cleanness of upon, the Apostles is called Whit there Is no telling what will happen, XNGOXPOKJUnD, heart and tho whiteness of soul ex- Sunday or Eentecost. This day is but at this juncture someono smashes plain the fascination. It is Just really the birthday of tho church. the magical apparatus and .tho spell witchery the witchery not of the While they eat together there seem- is broken. iCindy awakens in her caldron, but ot tho climate; the cli- ed to come a sound from heaven a, dressing room at the theater; tho mate that brings goblins from tho mighty rushing wind, which filled, evening performance of "The Foli mists and fairies from the glades. tho whole house. The Holy Ghost lies" begins, and overythlng ends Becauso" the Irish believe in fairies camo down upon ,tho Apostles in the happily. (he fairies believe in the Irish; and form of tongues of fire. And now The lines of the play aro clever (he magic wand of the fairy queen they were no longer afraid of any- and excruciatingly funny, tho songs touches the Irish girl in her cradle. thing, hut wanted to go out and talk are excellent and appropriate, and And tho Irish believe in fairies be- about our Lord to every one they there are many clever and beautiful Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" causo nobody can live in this land met. The Holy Ghost will abide dance numbers Introduced throughof mountains and bogs, of purple with the church forever, and guide it out the show. Miss Trances Shanley, Eyes always tired, headaches, whole systom affected, comfort mists and soft warm rain without In tho way of holiness and truth. a talented local musician, makes a sacrificed? Have your eyes examined, soe mo at onco, don't delay. Nover-Novpeeping into tho Land Now Christ had promises that He'd wonderful accompanist. Tho comI tit glasses perfoetly, assuring perfect comfort to the wearer. and whispering to the little people ' mittees having charge or all tho arsend My prices arc reasonably, glvo mo a trial and I will convince you. who dwell beyond the edge of the rangements for the production are as light. Tho spirit of truth and moss. follows: So till tho days of Pentecost "When you look Into the rare General Chairman Mrs. W. Mee-They prayed both day and night. blue eyes of a Dublin girl you seo And then the Holy Ghost camo down han. "Houso of Optical Servico" Jowolor and Optician the doep waters swirling under the Publicity iMesdames. O. F. Mot-cal- f, tongues ot living 228 WEST JEFFEES0N STREET cliffs of Donegal; whon you receive HeInmade them strong flanie: to preach and H. Schimpler, Vic Ecker. Edw. tho smilo of a Dublin girl you Ethorledge, Thos. D. Cllnes, Brodor-Ic- k, teach glimpse the sunlight that gleams on Seigel, Mallon, and MIs3 Jlmmie And glorify Christ's name! the hills ot Antrim. When a Dublin Taylor. girl frowns you shrink from the tr A A A A AAjrkk Dowling, Edith Press Misses Alfki gloom of tho silent valley at WHAT WEBSTER SAID. Cora Kennedy, Nell Sohn, Ivy Troli. Mourne; and when tho little witch Finance Olesdames. Nabers, Is capricious and teasing you are Daniel Wehster, in a speech at the mas Brocar, John Dewberry,Tho J. tormented by all tho mischief of tho Now England Society's dinner in De- Schoen, J. C. Hood, J. iB. Mallon, leprechauns who gambol round the cember, 1854, gavo utterance to P. S. Ganz, Misses Margaret Boyle, Twolvo Pins ot Connemara. "And when sho is sad, this daugh- words and facts that aro fully homo Emma Mayer, Tilllo Cunitt, Ethel Moriarity, Edith ter of the fairies, you seo the Black-wat- out and havo direct appllcatlqn to Mudd, MargaretDaly, Slgel, Vlctorine Rose Dowling, In shadow and hear the drip- present day men and conditions: Dorothy Schoen, ping of tears in tho Vale of Avoca. "In our day there is a mora en- Gertrude Mayor, Lucy SECOND AND CHESTNUT Veenoman, When she is angry! Ah, then you larged and comprehensive Christian Irene Nlcoulln, storms threaten- philanthropy, and a conviction pre- Mayme Boyle, bravo the Atlantic Programme Mrs. Campbell. ing the grim coast ot Galway; then vails, justified (by the experience of A3STJD Chaperones Mcsdames. Vic Eckyou near tne scream oi tne rain our Government, that all sects and Ed. thrust from the Kerry hills; then denominations may ibo safely toler- er, Coche, Roso Kavanaugh, Upte-grov- e, you shrink from the menace of the ated. We aro Protestants, generally Coleman, T. D. Cllnes, J. H. Homo City 35S 337 Cumb. 0102 Steldle, P. R. IBreen, John dark bogland of Roscommon, that speaking, hut we all know that the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi!gl power. Bpnres not nor knows its gentleman who presides at the head Brady, J. H. Mulhall, J. C. Hood, "And when sho loves, this hello of the Supreme Judlclaturo of tho O. F. Metoolf, (Bess Hagan, Schoen, you into Fairy- United States Is a Roman Catholic. J. Newberry, (Frank Breen, iCahill. of Dublin, she takes land. She takes you by tho hand No man supposes that the judlcla and leads you into the magic circlo, turo of the country is less safe or BUILD CLUB HOUSE. where the fairies dance in the moon- that Justice Is dispensed with less light, and over you she throws her certainly and purity because tho SPECIAL OFFER OUT THIS OUT The building at tho northwest corBring' this coupon to our studio and we will make you six photo Is) magic veil, woven from tho cobwebs Chief Justice Is a sincere and ardent ner of Government and Warren 7x11 folder ana one largo photo la 11x20 folder In sepia for 83.00. Kern-la- r etolen from the brambles; and with adherent of tho Catholic religion. streets, Mobile, Ala., formerly owned price $8.00 without coupon. the veil around you, and the wonder And so In every department of so- by .the estate ot William H. Ross, has A. j. KEUJdlXO, Photographer of her eyes before you, and tho ciety. In both houses of Congress, in been purchased by Mobile Council, :: 428 W. MARICET ST. magic of her charm about you, you LOUISVILLE, KY. all. departments of the Government, Knights of Columbus, and will ba reare her slave till the Shannon runs Catholics and Protestants of all de- modeled and made ono of the finest dry and the Lakes ot Klllarney aro nominations take part on equal club houses In the South. Tho build as the sands of the desert. prining was purchased by tho K. of C. "Such is the daughter ot the king- terms. It Is established as our property occupies , J.X ..,,,-.-- MjIi jjiJNU dom of Ireland, and her throne Is in ciple that adman's religion is a matter for $25,000. Tho the north side ot YHJKXU. WHILE" "XUU Dublin, where she lives and loves above human laws because ho is re- the entlro block on between TO EAT IN A Warren for and makes merry. She is Just a sponsible to none but his Maker be- Government street the exception of and Dearborn with healthy, laughing, clean living, clean It. Religion Is a communication ono lot at the corner of Dearborn. thinking girl. Only when sho speaks tween man and his Maker." THE GIRLS OP DUBLIN. do- - In tee complete satisfaction. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete $4. CO 'Small Shelltex Rims 7CoI3xtra We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. Ma-oaule- DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME w OF L. N. PEARLMAN'S , IS THE PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." er GET IT AT er McGEARY DRUG STORE NIGHT SERVICE DAY yYYVVVVVyyyYVV; CONFIRMATION CHILDREN iHMAfAm south fourth Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated EXCELLENT OOPPEE 001 Both Phones 315. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Tastry, Homo JIado Pics, Cakes, Meats 210 J. MORROW, Manager. J. J. McTIOnE, AH8t. Mgr. sourn fifth street In Middle of Square street FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. YOUR GETTING OLD Has this been remarked to you on account of premature gray hair, or do you keep yourself looking young? You can easily do so with mftssiiiattsststS4Sf1MA.ttnftttttttttt CORNSJBUNIONS (fTowhf Md Ahwrail Nilk rRICES REASONABLE Sc!fficHj Trntrt NOW IS THE TIME FOR STRAW HAT CLEANING Avoid the rush by consulting us now PANAMA HAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY Corner Fourth and Jefferson VAN'S MEXICAN R HAIR COLOR RESTORO This meritorious preparation restores the gray hairs to their original color. You will be highly pleased With the results, If not your money returned. At all Ideal Envelope for Mall Matter TRANSO A New Envelope Which Will Save Time, Worry and Money; BEv mm. Immm ml..1 ft& . j- Dr. Uriah ?. Lltsiy ChirspsdUt 507 Stark Bttildluj diSWSMy Bath 240G Pbo.-- e NATIONAL HAT GLEANING! WORKS 33G It Is' Fool Proof. TKANSO ENVELOPE CO. 88 KenjoH BIdg., Louisville, Ky. Both Phones LssissssHHr '"iii sffifaffff"tt Wit" Albert Smith, Prop. W. MARKET ST. City CI 61 Tel., City 9064. dealers S1.00 per bettle. "j 712 ruRir as 101 WSST BRECKINRIDGE QUALITY IOK ORKAM SI oixax " " THE KELLS COMPANY sssssBMK,3iB!33Ea5Ese sssssssBEMsinslsWsvlfiK&tt ftjtfsSHtEsiTiifflsEHiWlTrtBilfc',,i""il '" r " " "'" . "sSJmJHWW . REUTLINGER & CO. Adolpii ReutUager oo: ST.' L 2500 NEWBURGH. N. Y. MlnSWISuf'fmSTnXr'"' i J?. " . &&mnEBm . OITPIBUTOR f FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LLHMLITY AND Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity If It's For Sale Give Mo a Call Thirty-tw- o CMy g FHONBi:South 1866 I' i YA1VH I , PLATE GLASS 123 SOOTH THIRD STREET PINK VARBLB REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE ,n fraM house, Ursa are barae, oatta abeda, ate Good 'water supply, Awly.;4l Wrt Oak. two-etor- y FOR SALS. situated on Cram Lana, twbwi Dixie hUhway Iavitws raa to aad Oar Ban road. Improvement the imti, tMA-- ieasst rfyro hundred acres, THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY r iKHHtKSffSSytx: ssssHfilKBiSisMsBi iBBBWBBMBBBBsBty , v Tffis NwsmPJa "sb .SiBKidHBssssSSWB - " . fatto H urn. ,s1ilaBHslssBi "2ttRHmKm WWWWPBsWsWMs3l y 7r oar 4i xor e4era, thtr Wert aasv Maaw, GUN. gun moan tad' an bar deck. The rifle Th bw Aonutruebsd ob the desk oC the ma. la front at the eoaaiaa Utwar. uMAnn.uk. utratur t.Am. fM . j sabnartlDie is the moat heavily armed undraeioat la tte world. NEW RRITIS H' SUBMARINE MOUNTS A snowing the twelve-inc-h TWELVE-INC- British submarine M-- l, t FURNITUBK MOVING. PACKING AND ORATING LADIES' AND GKNT8' SUITS LONG DISTANCE SBRVICB FOR Dry Cleaned aad Pressed.. S1.75 womc called Por aad Delivered ALL KINDS OF GOODS Telephone City 2743 HUT0HIKON BROS. LOUISVILLK CLXANHJW A 9TJMW 419 SOUTH SIXTH 8TRMT Orty Sill Ma4a 3631 MI SOUTH SHVaWTH ST. Both Phones TRUST BLDG. o jfc f KENTUCKY IRISXX JkJV13JIC5JJt. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protectour readonly firms of known responsibility. ers RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly' urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-er- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES PENDENNIS Inc. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. i LOUISVILLE CLEANING v,yyVyVVVyVVyVyVVYVYVVV HOME TELEPHONE INCORPORATED WHO PAYS? Workers themselves profit, through increased production and the enlarged abundance of goods They lose when the output of each is kept below the normal and reasonable capacity of the worker COMPANY Vam mens Xi308W.MARKETST.5 furnishings J I XMSIJPJOE) LONGCONNECTIONS "ftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-A-A-AAAA- For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets Homo Phono City 395. "Works 218 E. Market St. Special Bates on Large Orders. DYEING PRESSING MODERN MA DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT MEN AND CHINERY. IiTldJulxliSa XU SUiUViU Xiixu ruvox "Wo Call For And Deliver Your Suit KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS SOUTHERN DRY CLEANERS 4201 SOUTHERN PARKWAY C51-- CLAUDE MILLER, Manager Park 124; South J Park 124; South Plenty-COAL-PI- enty 651-- D Drs. Harrison and Sfrassburg Wo Mako a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. MBiaHBnBpBBI HnPnjRQra EXES BSsKStfta'!! DHBHMSH testes 231. SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4593 Nfiit Dnnr tn Dnn Cn1iin Rlinn 5tfir OSASSES ?5SgSgM QUVSI prices HiIlM SERVICE SEASOK- - best Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut $5.75 $5.75 Jellico Lump $7.00 West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Phono Citv 4503 T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 508-51- J. M. BUCKNER WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE 0 Per Ton or 2,000 Pounds DR. JOHN P. BECKER Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stamps Free. OPTROMETRIST, 315 Starks BaUding, Thirk Floor Fourth nd Walnut SOUTH WENZEL ST. TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET - KENTUCKY & FRANKEL COAL CO. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'nd 7413 East 180 1CENTUCKY rhoao City 1 ISO PRICES THE Twelfth and Wilson South 273 LOWEST City 2010 i Then who pays for the reduced production? Does not each one of us have to ' pay? . f Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for C07 WEST WALNUT ST. CITY AND FARM PROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatre See us about anything In real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIA- state. We sell, buy and rent. MONDS, WATCHES, RINGS, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, Some Phone City 4464. TRUNKE, ETC. SEE POOLEY FOR MONHY. Loans to those having regular Incomes or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Building, Room l, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al Nat. Jewelry Leather Shop mKi-w.Miit- THE VERY BEST LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 012-01- 4 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Think it over! H EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phono, Shawnee 802 PETTY S GRIFFIN Designs & Estimates Furnished Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLEOTma SYSTEM We Mako a Specialty ot Plpo Work for HEATING & VENTDjATING 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. The "Closed Shop" principle limits production. "SOUTHERN arbi-traril- STAB" la the y SLICED BACON All Ready for Your Griddle HENRY GOSS ROOFING," GUTTERING, SPOUTING In Bulrd's Drag Store. CIGARS AND TOBACCO Candies and Novelties ( BOX TRADE Race Track Tickets on Sale. City 1080 Homo Sixth and Jefferson, LIBERTY BLOW PIPE W ORES Morning" HAMS, LARD. SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY SECURITY & LOAN Xaoorpo rates. A. Lazar, Manager Phone 2GG0 A. NATIONAL HATTERS Louis 900-90- Broring, D.J). S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DENTIST 1 DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Homo Phono, City 1931 Mark STARKS BUILDING. A The "Open Shop" principle encourages production to the full extent of individual ability without injury to health or undue encroachment upon wholesome enjoyment, m DEAD. ANIMALS SIOHEST OA6H PRICES PAID Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE OAMBLY All GLOBE CO 721; CO. Slonoy Advanced on Your Plain RENDERING SHOE 312 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. Sot ' BROS. STORES JNO. P. MORTON & CO. NEILL-L- VIELLE Salt; Pres. J. 0. Jacobs, Sao. and Tress. Kinds of Footwear For the INCORPORATED Whole Family Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky. Two HAMBLY'S Stores OFFICE OUTFITTERS 20th nnd Portland. Ohaw. 1716 City 7164 STATIONERS 18th and Magazine PRINTffilS , SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED OF LOUISVILLE. ' " ' ' Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH MILL AND Sealers In All Xtn&M of eiflce and Store Fixture, Safe, Cosh Begls- ters, Stow Cases, Coulters, Shelving1, Eto. 610 WEST JCAIW STXBBT Homo Phone, City 1818 THE South Louisville Bank Foartk and Central AvCnne, Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phono, Main 3580-- A FACTORY SUPPLIES We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated n ClUxeas Was Organize! by to Make sr s o j, On Furniture and Other Pergonal Property at LOWEST XATSS COLEMAN BUILDINa S. B. COR. THIItD AND JBFFEItSON Both Phones 2886 Well-know- a Rubber and Paper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phono, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 001-00- Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop JosephjHubbuchSr.&Son Dealers In H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 3 FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1120-112- City 8CG - West 8CG FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. M. Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds' 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. ' mi PBTiyf svl STSKbH aP.Bnrnei&Co. "Lsuinfl,lCjr. i 600 E. BKOAIWA.V JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 City 2582 Write CUest ma br free UUitnrtW cable mitt kern ia tie teeth HBOHLey 'ii JhlssfcJt jBBlBIBlnKKB IiBHbIK-- ' It. J. STRIEGEL Incorporated Main 2582 & CO. AND FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN YOUNG MEN Furnishings and Caps WEST MARKET STREET r ,....--..- ... ..II WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING City 8380 ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. 41D WEST JEFFERSON STREET Phones Shawnea 1243. Cumberland 60 Stops From Fourth Count 'Em West 1107a. PLASTERER JOHN B. WATHEN bKL IsbbbbbbbbbbHH , BROOK AND BLOOM VAULT GLEANING liiSflEiiiBK KiiiBBfe?iixiV? "$ i & T a'.i'wSJBjBShHBGB !MleMlUtll?H rURNTIURH MOVING AND PACKING Bh&wnee BC 530 South Tweaty-x- a 1986 Wast Iff 14 Both Pho&ea 3241 C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR.. Manager 811 REALTY BUILDING Cumb. S. 154 Home Phone, City 2164 MEAT MARKET SFSOXAXTZ OOVHTBT 3HKHI 1. SCHNEIDER'S VUJk 456 t9W9W9t049ft149m9499m4999Wm LONG DISTANCE HAULING Otty 9110. SOUTH LOUISVILLE FIFTH STRHBT" - - - - KBNTVCKT GRAN W.SMITH'S SON! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Ibtfa 3SC6-- Y, Funeral Director and Embalmeri i Fnn,eral .Director and Embalmer 717-71- 9 B. CHHBTNUT LOUI8VILld Kl BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi 11 ODD SCENES IN LITTLE KNOWN COUNTRY OF THE PHILIPPINES. ylow of the dog market at Reglno. The Philippines deal extonslvely In dogs. General y- -r THOMAS KEEN AN GIRLS. INSULT AFTEU INSULT. M UIH 1 H HI M 6 1 H'W ; DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors to'vTET Ctt- -h. & McELLMT n : 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, and Embalhiersj IM : I - sh:oic. MMIIIIIIUMIIIIIIMH lllllMHil ot everyone in this Wo supposed broad land 'had read Franklin's story of the man that had the axe to grind, had read and digested It. Yet Franklin's countrymen "west to work vigorously grinding Eagland'4 axes and now are astonished because ehe pays a did the roan In Franklin's story. She asks us now every little while to mtod owr own business she that implored its to my 'hr. Insult after insult k floac at us and we ct as though we were daxed. When are w going to wake up nd call her to 3 iMwomt? 011 the loaas, aferdflat the 4teon BUI and the treatia M 4 M 14 England never- again will be aibl to set us orany other people to sharp' i ening her axes. LESS THAN HALF- PAID. - . IRISH I.UyHQlLVNT 1529 WEST MARKET STREET fs - result of the, .failure of subscribers to make good their pledges, the Board of Directors of the Visitation Home for Working Gtlrls have announced .that the collection of $85,000 in 'past due subscriptions had been turned over to the Liberty Insurance Bank, which to bedome will mak no charge for ttteir servstenographer, 'operators, ice. Reeeetly friend of the Visita- trained nurses positions for which tion Heme nd a successful drive. some, cotne alrstwiy well, qttlMd. tor the WHdtec fund, and ot the And they, are mors Not jMHat fmfeaejtbed oral? MM0 has a Steele, girl haa.Mk4 t Mission been nJd. to belp her ted work." As the mtany Father M. Jf Henry, of the Mission flt Our LadyVot the Rosary, for the protection of Irish Immigrant ClrlsvNew York, nolnts io recent arrivals on the Baltic and saya:. "The grrls; now landing Are better educated, maretlntelllgeni and irtoiu awake tlian their slatera of past years. They are fit to compete the most efficient American Many are I MVVVMM.VVVWVVVVVtVW CDMBERLAND MAIN S871.y aOUKPnONBStl gi, J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. hlgh-clA- se el-wom- eeU-rsia- nt. msshvvvsH4l TS&.m miSi JS&mlsx mtxmm Ktl The Lass of Limerick Town ROMANTIC COMIC OPERA UNDER AUSPICES OF FUST T WEWANTYOURWORK " 44 MAMEBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBLa 'SKMBfWSitWj&sVBMmBS'i Blessed Virgin Sodality ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S CHURCH 'S lli W5 We're Prepared to Do It. Promptly and in First-Clas- s Style. Bertrand Hall, Sixth St. Near Oak Sunday, May 23 Thursday, May 27 Tickets on sale at tnd Rogers Church Goods Co. Pike-Hicke- y PRINTING Card, JHMKHf mJL..t.7t ,. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Tuesday, May 25 Sunday, May 30 ( T'lt'3aBBa yKmni'm TSSkwT wiamlXirX1 jKBKuUUkL l"llK fe nlBWtfaBWarrJ&1jptflV Jr jBBaHiaBBaBBBBBr jfttjl i'?ffflCi)'WllfWBliiiBMW B )tttHt "vlV )3p! C 1 4ililBBBBiiAfa. Church Supply Co. . Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Irrvitatiwas a Specialty. ,IIO PHONE 946. We Tailor Your Coat, Dress or Skirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 018 WKST GBBN: flVRBET. ""i1ri" , ; H. E. WARD COMPANY INCORPORATED O08 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LADIES' TAILORSJ5, Main or Cily Phones 32 75 YEARS IS A RECORD TO BE PRODD OF ' M.w.rMw ,uliMlffwliril.....lT....-.i.-..- i.. .i p.!- - "i"J! ,m .":.rr7.rz... .IlrTrTT3 Y PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES fr OD 'vvSVVr rHrOOXFORATED Brown's Herbal Olntinont prencrlpdon of DR O. 1'RKLPS JIKOWN hag txed on tbe market (or o.cr wvtuty Htb rear and dnrlnjr (bit fert(xl ha Itrvn a wonderful blraalnr Id the healing-- of Unrna. Itrutm. Cut., Sort, tic II ha lnn handed down from one cenrr allott to another, and e rocejTc nunuTooa letter. prI.fntf thl. Ktanlard preparation, for distance a woman wrltra "lr O.Vh&j Urown'a l'rrcloo. Herbal Ointment ha. been Iti our hou.ehnld afc long a. I can remember could not get along wuhont It " Get a far and keep In roar borne lor in emergency Kor .ale at all dealer Jo and 60 Cents. a y SCHNEIDER-BEATTCO. GERMAN GOVERNMENT OVERTHROWN BY DR. WOLFGANG KAPP. STRONGHOLD TIRES Photo shows great mass of people gathered in front of the Reichstag, Berlin, during one of the last WILLARD STORAGE BATTERIES demonstrations against tho Ebert G overnment. Such a scene occurred during tho recent disturbance in AUTO ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES which the Ebert Government was overthrown and tho Monarcliists placed in control. Insert left. Von one of tho leaders. Insert right, Gpn. Baron Von Luettwltz, Minister of Defense In the new GerRepairing nnd Recharging Storage Batteries man Government later overthrown. NORTHEAST CORNER TWENTY-SIXTAND MARKET STREETS Shawneo-300West 890 TRIXITV IOQNL1GIIT. GAS GREASE OILS Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will give tho first of its series of moonlight Ill 9iM tl excursions next Tuesday ovenlng on New Business Management the steamer East St. Louis, boat to Hes sounu i MODERATE' PRICES leave of Fourth street at 8:30 Hln-tlonboH 0 ASSORTED NUTS !! ASSORTED NUTS 0"r!i' i'i,.ri foot o'clock. KEEP LOOKING YOUNG ' Everything Positively Sanitary Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY PLEASURE RIDGE FESTIVAL. St. Paul's church, of Pleasuro Ridge Park, will entertain with a festival next Tuesday on the grounds of St. Helen's Commercial Club, and pastor, and the Rev. Father-Water- s, congregation invite their friends to come out and spend a pleasant day. Amusement of all kinds will bo and "an elegant supper will be served. pro-Tid- GRAY HAIR color with Can be restored to its original Willard Cafeteria EXCELLENT PARE Opposite Court Honse R. O. STJLLWELL, Business Manager JCEAI.8 SERVED Breakfast 6:00 to 9:39 Dinner ,,..11:00 to 330 Snppsr 6:00 to 7:39 Fourth and Chestnut. VAN'S MEXICAN R HAIR COLOR RESTORO It i not a dye, but restore tbe hair to iU natural color, so gradually that your most intimate friends cannot detect Its use. You will be highly pleased with the results, or your money refunded. At all WHEN in NEED The KELLS COMPANY HEWDURGH, N. V. ed OF ANYTHING IN Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See the ST. CECILIA'S. We Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of Sogers Church Goods Co. IIICOKFeKATED LIBERTY BONDS In Any Denomination Or Amount. 129 S; FonrUi, Louisville, Ky. Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life THC vJOtIaM wMo TfltCS TO vJAP. A SfZ.6 "3" A largo group of children, forty-thre- o boys, had girls and forty-nin- e the happiness of receiving their first tioly communion Sunday morning at Bt. Cecelia's church from the hands of Rev. Father Craney and Rev. Father Fallon. A short but impressive sormon was delivered by Father Craney, who spoke of the joy of the occasion and congratulated parents find dealers S1.0O per bottle. N. Y. "As Neat to You si the Neareit Phoas" The Kells Company NEWBURQH. OiaTRIBUTORa FUNERAL FIiOW&RS SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPRCIAL WREATH Te t . -- .. rJT . umo v'utt-ci.- St. Xavier's 112 "W. College Wakefield & Co. I Broadway, Eoulsvllle, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Business Scientific and Classical, Courses. Preparatory Department. Large Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, DJr. MUSICAL COMEDY. comedy, entitled "A A musical Friend of the Wholo Family," will ho presented by tho mombors of St. Mary's Dramatic Club ati8:15 tomorrow night, at tho school iiall, 118 South Fifth Street. City 001 Main 100 the children .were confirmed by Bishop O'Donaghue, presenting a beautiful picture of innocence and happiness. PERSONALS. children. In the ovenlng at 7:30 fct.es H- i- SK.C- AJDjirr-tujiro aoww, .. ui ujins Howeyj l $5.00 . raaBaaegim.ujR m, uiwu.iu.jwan PLEASURE RIDGE FESTIVAL. The ladles of St. Paul's 'church, Pleasure Ridge, are giving tltelr best efforts towards making their May festival, which takes place next Tues day afternoon and evening, a grand success. There Is nothing 'being left undone In their untiring zeal to see that this affair outrivals anything held. They have many interesting and amusing novelties, starting at 3 and 8 o'clock. Buffet lunch will be served at 0 o'clock. All are a cordial Invitation and are assured a very pleasant and agreeable time. -be-fo- ro O - , GLOBE City TIRES 1184. . O r !,,.--. :' ar ib. aw ijjfiii Brr V uiinirii- -' . - FRED. C. LOEMKER Cj, Mri F.TMJiitt, H.n it SS. K. . FOURTH AND O 5T5 E fc O 6 arop. Benefit of St Mary's church. Reserved seats are on sale at 524 West Walnut. This club is composed of the. younger members of tho church, some or wnom uispiay strong nistn-onl- c talent. The play to be given is a sparkling comedy and several clev er musical numbers have been inter Frankfort, after spending n pleasant preted. week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ENJOYS MOVIES. Eighth and Cedar streets, for the Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Schleman tho engagement of their daughter, Lucille Elizabeth, to John William "Hawkins', of Herrin, III., the wCrWing to ,tako place in June. David L. 'Reed, ot Covington, well known to many Louisville people, was here on a visit this week. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kennedy have returned to their home in We telegraph Flowers Everywasra THAT EYES H.&Y SEE the aim of our graduate op tomctrlsts. 4 ., -. pHcos are t Our 'glasses'nro reasonable. comfortable. Our Our work Is guaranteed. Consultation nnd ndvlco free. Ts B MKKT.HIUNKT , CASH or CREDIT KWliSflfBaVaHI ESjVJawAa.rawABWABl BawM "the finest m the world ' &.. X Littrr, ltM t WIT & taont. &. Ua4 ptrta far en lukaa We bar 4f n, any make c condition. a KNpiini co. c, PARRAKEET I Y J Y0UR' Mineralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 40G City 6229 WIELAND-ORUTCHER Main 1146 CO. Incorporated GARAGE Colombia Tracks 6 EAST MAIN STREET Storing and Repairing. Used Cars for Sale. Service nay and Night Garford Tracks 124-12- HAVE YOUR STOWKR'S GROVE OPEN. ELECTRIC FAN Incorporated 3.13-S3- T ' Christ Groto has purchased Grovo, the pleasure resort on tho Eighteenth street road, and announces that dates can be secured for church picnics, private parties and outings. Stow-er- 's Clint Koernor. RETREATS FOR LAYMEN. Mrs. J. F. Sheridan, of Now Albany, has returned from St. Louis, Retreats for laymen and women Writing to a friend in this city, where she spent several days with will be conducted by the Fathers of Mothor Frances Xavlor, Superior ot her husband, who has been thoro for the Society of the Divine Word at tho Good Shepherd convent in De tho past month. Techny, 111. They will bo In Engtroit, tells of having moving pic lish and German, beginning June 17, tures shown in the convent for tho WELFARE FUND BENEFIT. md continuing weekly until late in girls who are inmates and thait the y Partculars will pictures were also enjoyed very "Oh, Oh. Cindy," a causerio of mu- August. upon writing tobocheorful-lgiven St. Mary's much by the Sisters. Mother Fran- sic and fun, will toe given under the Mission House or St. Ann's Home, ces Xavlor has many friends in auspices of the Daughters of Isabella Louisville, as at ono time she had at Macauley's Theater. Tho produc- both located at Techny, Illinois. charge of the Magdalens at the tion will bo given ifor the benefit of YOUR LIBERTY BOND. Eighth-stree- t convent. the welfare fund of tho Daughters of Isabella. The members ot the local Tho United States Government HIBERNIAN MOONLIGHT. committee are Mrs. W. T. Meehan, Migs Mary Boyle, Miss Margaret borrowed money from you to finance tho war. You hold the Government's The Hibernian Social Club will Boyle, Miss Dowllng, Mrs, O. F. promise to pay you back. 'This progive the first of its series of moonmise is called a Liberty Bond or Viclight excursions next Wednesday tory Note. On this bond is stated evening on the beautiful steamer BEQUEST TO CHARITY. tho conditions under which tho GovEast St. Louis, and the enjoyable afmoney from fairs given by the Illbornlan club G. Carroll, Presi- ernment toorrowed the Tho lato Daniel yon. It you keep your (bond until last beason will draw for them big dent ot theo Corcrowds this season. Boat will leave poration, who died in New York last the date wen tho Government pays foot of Fourth street at 8:30 o'clock month, bequeathed approximately you in full for It, you do not need to (dot of Fourth street at 8:30 o'clock. $500,000 ot his $3,000,000 estate to worry If, in the .meantime, the price high Catholic charitable Institutions of Is low one day orcan botho next. The given to tho best advico that TRINITY INITIATION. New Yprk and Brooklyn. owner of a. Liberty Bond is this: Hold the bond you bought during Trinity Council, Y. M. I. will BIG HEARTED .JEW. the war; It is as safe and sound as class of soventv .tomorrow af ternoon In Trinity Council auditor The Catholic Orphan Asylum in tho Unitod States Government Itself. 0 Buy as many more at the present avenues. Los Angeles was bequeathed ium, Baxter and Morton by tho will of tho Jewish bank- low rate as you can afford. If you Unity Council degreo team, of New AlhnTiv will hn Ifi ohnrup at h cere er, I. W, Hellman, which was re- hold them to maturity you are bound monies and use a freight car to cently filed for probate in San Fran- to make tho difference between what they sell at now and their faco value. transport their extensive parapner-nall- cisco. You will also receive good interest Exercises will begin at 1 on your investment. SCOUT TROOPS. o'clock sharp. Met-cal- f. Vlrglnla-Alberoninit-infA SIDNEFS 308 W. KING OPTSGAL GO. EYESIGHT 1134 W. Market St Louisville, Ky. SPECIALISTS. MIAK IHAMOVItw sa Jea SC. THE Shoes For Every Member of the Family Homo Phono 3906 HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS FRED FEIGE & SON SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE WANTED Girl to answer telephono and do light office work. Apply at 1101 West Market street. CUTS UNION MAD E Tafel Electric Co. 236 WEST JEFFERSON City 985 ipGH COST. Main 1134" $25,-00- The high cost of living makes It necessary for tho ladles to buy with tasto and discrimination and select their suits and 'dresses . and coats H. E. with a view to long son-ice- a. Overhauled now and avoid the rush. JURILEK PAGKANTS. Two notablo pageants, one at Chicago and the other in Joliet, will be notable features of tho diamond jubi lee ot the founding of tho Chicago archdiocese and the silver jublleo of the ordination of Archbishop Mund- ololn. These pageants will ibe unique In religious and educational circles, In that t,hoy will be niado up ot the rnuuien oi tne uatnouc scnoois Magnificent floats and elaborate cos tumes will mark tho different eras lepresonted by the various school units. Every concolvable historic inci dent, from the preaching of 'St. Paul to the Romans, down through the ages to tno discovery or America ana planting of the Cross on its soil, and to the work of the Knights of Co lumbus overseas, will toe depicted. The Chicago celebration will take place on June 10, and that of .Joliet, which will Include the schools of Will and Grundy counties, on June 12. Mrs. Minna Sqhmidt, of Chicago, will present n trip to Europe to two Sisters of the Chicago echool winning the first prize as the toest unit in the local pageant. OUR PEACE DAY. - Childers Elect. Co. Phone City 6910 WEST MAIN ST. City 53." Main Res., Shawnee 1863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRIDE PARTIES" 1129 "WEST MAIN STREET CALL US FOR Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSH6 ' Keetucky CoasHiaers Oil Compaiaf Louisville KeatHcky FOR SAME. Next Tuesday will be Peace day, Baldwin jiano, in good conditio!, notwithstanding that peace with Ger'for rash and at a bargain. Apple at many has not yet toeea declared and of more war are preval-m- 4 'Trinity' Counell dub houe, Baxter . t the worid.over. "Martin aveaa. Two thousand troops of Catholic have been organized unGen. "William B. Haldeman has re- der the auspices of the National turned to his homo, 517 West Orms-o- y Catholic National Welfare Council, avenue, from St. Josep.h's Infirm- according to Francis A. McCann, Secary, where he underwent an opera- retary or the Boy Scout Bureau. Aption for the removal of gallstones proximately 75,000 boys aTo enrolled organized and April 27. Gon. Haldeman was walk- In the troops-alread- y ing about Saturday, much improyed 500 new troops are in processof orand In oxcellent spirits. "I'll 'bo run- ganization. ning with you boys yet," declared the GREATER STRAIN. General, who will be seventy-fou- r years old In July. Willis Did you ever read the story of Uie" sword of Damocles? LEXINGTON. Just think pt a man sitting through Tho two weeks' mission conducted a Wholo meal with a sword above hair. at St. Paul church, Lexington, ranks him suspended by a singlein it with Olllis Bah! Ho isn't among the most successful ever Biven in the Blue Grass country. the woman who can dance serenely Equally gratifying"" to tho pastor, with her Whole wardrobe depending Rov. L. De "Wargenaere, and the on a dinky little, shouldor-strap-. missionaries, nmlnent Dominican BETHLEHEM. Fathers Rlpplo and Maher. The exorcises for tho women found tho ' Bethlehem of Judea. where Jesus church filled every evening and morning, and for a week the men was born, Is foday a city of about ot the parish packed tho sacred edi- 10,000 persons of whom 6,000 are fice to tho walls. The mission clos- Catholics. A large part of the : others ed Sunday evening. belon? to the Oriental Orthodox church.; The cave In wtoleh our FORTY HOURS. Lord was lorn is still In existence land ovorloqks tho fields where shep- desig- herds watck their flocks. Forty Hours' devotions are nated for the coming week at Holy WaIs SHORT AVAR. open toTrinity church. They-wll- l morrow morning with high mass and I On May-13- , 1846, tho United Impressive ceremoay, continuing un- States dMMrd war against Mexico. ' clergy til Tuesday. A number .of la which 'tiWix" from Kentucky did thw- -j ami brought renown from other churches will, assist at valiant to the 9tU. tiie services. RECOVERING. Hoy Scouts , VERY KIND THIS. The British Government announces that in future Irish politiwill receive better cal prisoners treatment than is given the other Now ls not classes of prisoners. this very kind of tho Government? And only think that those political prisoners have not been accused of any crime, which of course makes tho leniency of the Government the more astounding. What is the world coming to at all! ACTS THE SAME "Do you act toward your wife as you did before you married her?" tiful ahd stylish suits, dresses and wraps, high class In every respect, at FACTORY PRICES. tho most reasonable prices and the AT woman who wlslves to bo well dressEasy terms. Phone Us Xor free ed shoul take advantage of .this attrial tractive offering and select what she home. on our 1920 model In mmneeds from tho stock on salo. We repair any sewing machine. Nothing but tho best material, elegantly tailored nnd finished, Is sold by H. B. Ward Company. J. C. DORSEY & CO. EDUCATORS TO ASSEMBLE. TIia seventeenth annual of tho Catholic Educational Association of tho United States will be held nt Neiw York Citv on Monday. Tuesday, Wodnesd'ay and Thursday, 1, under the auspices of June His Grace Most kov. rairics j. A Hayes, Archbishop of New York von' pnrdlnl invitation was extended by the Archbishop to the association when It mot in St. Louis in June, 1919, to hold the next annual meeting In New York, nnd tho Invitation wna jippenteil with thanks. Arrannp- ments have been practically complet ed, and a succossrui imeeung or me association Is assured. Tho general nrnrrrnm Jinn been outlined and writ ers are preparing papers on tho sub jects assigned to them. 28-Ju- ly Ward Company Is now offering 'beau- SINGER Sewing Machines City (J05 meotinc H42 E. JEFFERSON STREET llH-H'H-4.i.j- li'IH i I SMOKH I Lady Dash' 10c Little A. J. 5c TARPY'S I Best Cigars used to act when I first felj in lovo' with her. I used to lean over tho fence in front of her house and gaze nt her shadow on tho curtain, afraid to go In. And I act just tho same way now when I get home lato." "Exactly. I remember just how"! NEAR SIXTIETH YEAR. BONE DRY TEAM. f' His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons, ot Baltimoie, will on June 30. 1920. Bryan and Johnson there Is the enter upon his sixtieth year in the ticket. NO, not Hiram, but PussyNATUROPATH A. LOS holy priesthood, and on the same day foot Johnson. Billy wearing his - as a golden crown, and Pussy with Ms 334 East Market Street will begin his thirtieth year I member of tho Sacred Collefjo of Car- - tin' glass eye, tooth foaming at the CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2411 . dlnals. mouth with "wet stuff". Wouldn't they "make a team of "boned rys," One week ot warm weather does SOME WAR DEBT. And the reply to the Guardian's away With a sllefat anlfl ttJ. v.wn Tho World War debt of the query is that they would and then ,do the same wltk a heavy eeld. Hot-'bath(sjeam or electric eatke) reUnited States represents a per capi- some. Tho horror ot the suggestion, however, is that they might lose their move any cold before paeuaonla or ta of $280 on each American graft. pieartsy, etc.,. set in. Madcf tnX J Ot. ixoktst t INCORPORATED 1 nek I AXdo&y&xcjsjsc I JHBMMHHMMHHUH)MHHjHHHHHH HERMAK STRAUS FOURTH AVENue rvenowco SONS MARKeT STRICT ' (4 We We Qlve fend Redeem Surety Coupon. dirt and Redeem deld Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR CONFIRMATION i! i HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? ' ti A Convenient and LHgnified metnoa or rarcnasing .- i4ftfmtirc Payments. nn i yrrrn SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, BLUE SERGE, AT j features of this method aro ha convenience In making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on tho Olnb Plaa daring our various sales AT SAJUB PRICES. "Whatever is tho price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also tho price to a Household Club Plaa customer. There is positively bo advance. There are no 'confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed The first payment and tho achodolo of rates. monthly payment are the same to all. Tho outstanding $13.50 - $18.00 White Shirts and Blouses I WIRELESS CONTROLLED TORPEDO DEMONSTRATED BY INVENTOR. A wireless control for torpedoes has been Invented by E. F. Glavln, of Now York, who demonstrated the workings of his devico In New York, using a model on wheels for tho demonstration. By means of wireTho less Glavln, seated at a table, direc ted the course of tho model over tho floor of the Armory. at sea. claims that by using his dev Ice it will bo possible to direct tho course of torpedoes tired SETTING IN IRELAND. To Go With Confirmation Suits, $1.00 i $1.25 $1,501 t)S)BtfJ Auto Delirerr SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS TMMLttttiMttttirtvtMf 1 i k That Feeling Of Security ft"1'1' Ml J 4 1ASS0BTEP1TO Members of St. Louis Bertrand ASSORTED NUTS " An account with this com pany either checking or saving in which you can ;; r deposit withtregularity, will insure "that feeling of secur J ; church and their friends will learn with pleasure that tho romantic comic opera, "Tlio Lass of Limerick Town," la to bo presented four tlnjes, May 23, 25, 27 and 30. Tho show Hall, will bo given in Bertrand Sixth street, near Oak, and judging from tho advance salo of tickets capacity house for there will bo each performance. Unusual caro has been taken In preparing for "Tho Lass of Limerick Town," and tho largo cost ha3 been rehearsing almost nightly tor weeks. Names that are known to Louisville musical and theatrical lovers may bo seen on the New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' 1 First Communion and Confirmation Wear. , Both Phones 1323 ))) JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Tea, lb Coco, lb Baiting Powder Extract, partubo Pie Filling Egg Mitt (20 cgBS Tor 25) H-- e Coffee lb ity" which nothing can dis- - X 40c to 60s 80c to $1.25 40 30c to GOo 30o 2Co 2Se turb. We are prepared to take care of your financial affairs of any kind or character. i -- TO CRAMV4a W?rLaJTO S008 uJHo-TRt- es LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 0,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, it the monument of confidence built by tho people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust vm Af--4. Co. ," 2f'JZZZ.vf " sPccp n)t Vr UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES MARKET AT SECOND i SODAS Columbia Building Feurth and Main. oiltll. f.....,i4 ftmnanv In ttl TW3X CITY liKAGUE. COXCKItV OK AMKItK'A. 444WM$44444&WM4MQW A High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. at Bertrand's Hall. blegram from tho American Congressmen asks simply that in tho name of liberty and justice. thoso programme and soma of tho best now Confined in the prisons of Eng- talent seen hero In recent years will land and It eland bo told what of- be in tho cast that, already has fense they have committed In striv- noared perfection. The costumes ing to win liberty and freedom for will bo one of the most notable feaof the Beventy-thre- o tures of "Tho Lasa of Limerick Ireland. Sixty-tw- o 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. elected members of tho Irish Town." In character 'thoy ano absoParliament who, If they wished, lutely unique, they aro all new and could accept seats in tho British fresh, worn for tho first time at tho Parliament to which they were performance, and have been legally elected, aro either in prison initial to blend intoV an exqu.lslto made or being hunted like felons. The color scheme. Tho show is In two official records show that within acts, and thero will bj a number of fltteen months moro than 5,000 men sdngs and beveral dances In which and women have been arrested and tho chorus is seen und heard to jailed. Except In a very small num- good advantage. ber of Instance no charge is or has In the cast aro James B. Perry, been lodged against them. Tho writ This Furnace will last longer, give more heat and burn of habeas corpus Is not rccdgnlzed. Nellio B. SlcBride, Thomas F. Burke, Wag-no- r, less fuel than any furnace made, and we have thirty years Law and Justice aro mado a mockery Grace McCormack, Margaret Albert F, O'Daly, Francis Mcexperience to prove it. HbmHTOci1! by the English authorities. Cormack, Annlo G. Kennedy, James a wirA.Yi.nr nunrnntecd ana free service --. "It Is' tho concern of America and L. O'Nell. S. J. Schwalk, J. A. ,j ta. ... . . American Congressmen that ruthless Panther, Eteen McCormack, Edward Bond, wifh every furnace. disregard of the fundamental rights J. McDonough, John J. CroUy. of humanity as a whole should not PAY LATER. Lassies of Limerick. Town Mary BUY HOW. bo further countenanced In Ireland. E. McNally, Mary E. Pholan, Cecilia Congress protested to Russia when McNally, Margaret Hogan, Loretta the Jews of Kishineff were denied Hogan, Ruth Hlggins, Catherine Another pro-to- Haggan, "Winifred RUcy, Mary M. humane treatment. was lodged with Belgium wihen Canty, Agnes McDonough, Elizabeth INCORPORATED. tho Congo natives woro Inhumanely Ising, Nellio M. Rlggs. Margaret treated. Protest waa made to Spain Hamberry, Anna M. (Jain, Berneita 521 WEST MARKET STREET. Ireland is Bennett, Rose Anderson, Mary A. In behalf of tho Cubans. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. entitled to tho samo measure of Loamey, Marguerite Pbelan, Estello V 9384 sympathetic demand for justice ac- Miller. Main 2382 corded by America to tho Jows of "Waitresses Mary O. Dlgnan, MarRussia, tho natives of the Congo garet Hennossy, Ireno iHennessy, Anand the Cubans. To permit English toinette Baker, Virginia C. Phelan, methods to continue is to invito Nora Rush, Noreno Riley. massacres. Lees than, two weeks Tho second act will open with ago more than 40,000 men, women solos and chorus and horn-pip- e INCORPORATED and children stood outside tho danco Ruth by Eileen Cllnes, prLson at Dublin protesting against Hazel Hoovor, Elizabeth further Imprisonment of thoso po- Stourle, Jas. Whitman1, trained by Hoover. litical prisoners on hunger strike. Mitchell. Tanks, machine guns, bayonets and Miss Blanche opens outside tho "King's Act largo numbers of soldiers wero Head" ono AMD MILLWOltK. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Inn. Limerick. Ireland, a there to terrorize the ciying multi wek'tt elanso following. Louisville, Kj The sec Brooka ml A Sts. "When a spark would have lude. the' entrance hall set off the powder, and a horrible' Ju(,R0 ,Ioooy.a Homef Limerick. massacre was sine to lonow, a Time, present oTlng girls averted the theratened settlne of this comedy opera slaughter by appealing to God. She is ThoIreland and unfolds a real lovo MILL WORK LUMBER in BUILDING MATERIAL Holy Rosary. Tiie 4U, .. recited tho ! AnnAAono Pnmnmv Wrth 000 with bowed heads Joined in tho '0 Limerick girls. Rose Lace Curtains and Linoleums. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, The Friends of Irlbh Freedom I located at Washington, through. Director Dauiel T. O'Con-nol- l, commenting on the sending of tho Congressional cablegram, Issued the following statement: "It Is a fundamental principle of American liberty that an arrest of nnv j,a..pu. ... jii . uuj nnninn unlet linr imtnnillnfftl V fnl- w'. lowed by an arraignment, that tho accused may know what crime or of- 1CU23U J1U 1 Du-jea- u, VllttlftCU V11,II. 1I1U U SARA FRANCES SMITH, Who will sing tho title role in opera IJAMES GREENE HOT AIR jMEFv MONCRIEF FURNACES XJKtKACE The Twin City League played to probably tho largest audience in its careor Sunday afternoon at Shawneo Park, 10,000 people being gathered about tho three diamonds. Tho fea ture gamo between tho leaders was a victory for tho youthful St. Xavier club over tho Hibernian veterans, Manager Ray Haragan's boys getting top position In tho league toy an 8 to 4 victory. Tho features of tho game were the pitching of Joey Aulbach, who is a second Rube Marquard In style of delivery, and the sensational fielding of Bill Lovott, who was busy doffing his cap all afternoon. Manager Janslng of the K. of C.'s, led his team to victory in an slug-fee over Manager Thornton's Olackin colts by a 14 to 16 score. Outfielders of both teams wero exhausted from chasing long drives. The C. CM. A. took "pix" on the Knights of St John, winning 16 to 4. Tho schedule tomorrow: O. M. A. vs. K. of C, Knights or St. John vs. St Xavier and A. O. H. vs. Mackin. Standing to date: W. L. Pet. St. Xavier Alumni.... 3 0 1. OOO 1 Hibernians 2 .607 old-tim- JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP! 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BrecMariao; Bra&ch Tail ana Switch, lotfon ft St. Catb. yj LUMBER Both Phoas-27- 50 Twelfth and Oldham HARVEY-JELL1- C0 COAL CO. (INCORPORATED) I Ti Copny Witk the Tftttte located at Flf Ueath'and MagrHolla. the Cl and Yard Service.audJA. at First '. T ad TBterator, FepIaid Payne Struts.;; Both JrlMBM iiA.'l 1 ardft. They will also savo Ireland nhniild of ago, and to test him tho shod become from bloodshed by Insisting that girls arrange to change places, an England recognize the human rights act suspected by tho young Captain, embodied In tho Amcrlcnn Declara- and this leads to events that aro of tion of Independence and tho United much Interest and a happy outcome. States constitution." In tho last act all end satisfactorily and Roso findsSconsoJatlon in tho NITW AlfllANY. arms of her hHhoriot unsuccessful Bultor, Justin O'P, Soventy-elgcandidates were initiated into New Albany Council, HOLY Knights of Columbus, at a meeting M. I. Sunday afternoon at tho Y. A scene of unusuaUbeauty "was preclub house. Tho major degree was sented In Holy Cros3 .torch last Sun conferred under direction of Michael day morning during 7:30 o'ciocic J. Goraty, Chicago District Deputy, mass, when sixty-elgh- v Knights of Columbus, and the de- ceived first comimunlaR children re The church gree team of Louisville Council put during tho was filled to overflow on tho first and second degrees. tmpreefllvo. was Anderson G, Mooro was toastmas-- ' sorvlce which ka early ler at tho banquet at Holy Trinity Tho altars were "with yr- School Hall, which was the closing spring flowers ropmte io Fmn- - tad lights. A seraao' feature of the initiation by eis J, Martin and Edward J. McDer- - the Joyous occao tJnipiitr.-wh- o k- mott, of Louisville, were the speaK ttev. Fatber, Brey, J ;' BtrBcted the ctaw. fcrs. ht PKonrs L "A '' -. the reprimand and tho reply: "My Dear Colonel: I hear that Bomo officers of your Teglment assist at holy mass in their military uniform?. As this Is against tho army regulations, it could no longer bo tolerated, and therefore 1 ask you to send me tho names of thoso officers." Col. Petain answered as follows: "ftly Dear General: It Is true that some officers of my Teglment are wont to assist at holy mass in their uniforms, and their Colonol is one of thorn. As, however, ho always sits In front he does not know tho names of thoso behind him. Petain." On another occasion Col. Petain said: "t go 0 mass every morning because I am a convinced Catholic, and I go to vespers In the evening in order to givo those who do not approve of my assisting at holy mass an opportunity of criticising me." PRIESTS FOR Doors Sash UNDER ALL LUMBER BOW Feet One Board or One Million ' PoLroy "2 J"M. !htwTofathenefderP ho should marrv Roso when Tins DIOCESK te nv ad tt$ehl Next Tuesday, ordination day, the Right Rev. Bishop Chartrand, of InPhone West and City i2. Sixteenth and Maple Sts. dianapolis, will officiate at the ordination of Beventoen young priests at a, Bt Malnrad'fi, lad. Two of the Rev. Joseph Rives and Rev. Joseph Gottolflnger, will be for tho . Louisville diocese. Besides the of tho holy priesthood a largo AVhere work (a aumber of Seminarians from this and Where the faoeae, la done; brlghteet other dioceses will receive tonsure, Where eooldag iiimi minor orders, subdeaconshlp and Where the work l ' real Thb; deaconahlp. Ughteat; . Where baklag gtrea u Where the need OhASS THEATEK. PAKTV. light? eeeked best; Where dradge la east a Where the range stand Tho senior class of tho Academy alght Um teat of Our Lady of Morcy entertained tho Mm. where That's the where That'a junior class Saturday afternoon with "Quick Meal" luncheon, followed by a theater "Qftk Heal" eeaea party. Those present were Misaes Geneva Clephas, Margaret Brocar, Sold. laatallad aad HI(hlr Raavntmoaaaa QaUk Meal Gas Cvoljn Quire, Mary Bryaat, Mary Kelt, Catherine HaeelwBder, AK 215" mom-borordi-oatlon Where the.QuicK Meal Comes In , & fU aw. X. Muech. Mary "B. OMupbeM, 'Mar-t- o 9imo. GEHER & SON, .A Rai W, MARKET ST! i t J fc