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Kentucky Irish American , PHONE: NOME M VMM Hftry Drirer an Hcort Lnlsviilt Tukak TjiKhr t Incorporate t VOLUME XLIV.NO. 22. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920. afternoon there wus cveu ft. greater when Pope Benedict, In concouiMtho m'dst of gorgeously robed and uniformed dignitaries . andi attaches of tho Vatican, visited tho Basilica to beatify tho reHcs.vTho ceremonies ended with tho oucharlstlc benediction by the Pontiff. It yon really Would Bo a MJllstonn to "Irish Day" at the Vatican,v jTatle Aspirations In RECENT DEATHS, - PRICE FIVE CENTS. boys but loft twenty-fou- r hours before. Well, that's as close as thoy come In following up our burglars and holdup men here. But as said before, you can't expect tho Herald to discuss our "busted" city treasury or the promotion ot Stuck- er from a Captaincy to a regular detective, or tho firing of Capt Bennett because he wouldn't let the Herald's former circulation manager have free reign with his colored gamblers. Capt. Stucker, who was promoted this week from Captain to detective bccaiLso ho could not locate gambling games, after being told where they were, is the same Capt Stucker who was so proficient in locking up Democratic workers at tho recent election. On the strength of Stuckcr's testimony Judgo Burgevln fined these Democrats In the Police 'Court, which made tho Republican machine leaders and their colored brother Republicans chuckle. But o just tlto .same tho Republican has planned to drop Judgo Burgevln noxtx year along with County Clerk Neut7el, Jailer Barr y and Sheriff Ross. The machine has nassed the word that It. Is thumbs down for Burgevln, BarrJ Neutzel and Ross. Many people here are of tho Impression that the Board of Trade In comparing census figures might got at tho real or near total of Louisville's population by finding out Just how many peoplo have been rdbbod or held up In the past year Tho list pretty nearly covers our entire population, and thero would bo no departures noted In tho list of crooks, as our poor old Keystone policemen haven't made a single arrest In the army now ihaklng Loulsvillo tholr home.Visitors that tomo to Louisville now don't look aiound for our show houses or places of amusement They just stand out in front of the hotels and watch our Keystoners In action. That is amusement enough. A bunch of tho Keystoners nearly h started a riot In front of tho Hotel the other day trying to arrest some ladles and gentlemen from Lexington because they wanted to uso their own automobile and not the ono tho police were soliciting for. This caused considerable confusion, but the Sergeant who learned police duties on tho front end ot a car, solved tho rlddlo by arresting the high class people from Lexington. Somo judgment! Speaking of street cars, tho street car company didn't fool many with that "Know the Truth" sign that was tacked on tho front of all our cars. Everyone guessed right away that the company was going to explain that tho servlco was not up to the standard because all of its "hick" motormen and conductors had become Keystone police. bravo ma-rhin- affairs so that ho could return and again mako Kansas City hla permanent home. Ho talked of 'the Irish bond drive, and said that It already was a huge success, and ithat a constant stream of subscriptions was pouring Into New York. Already Member of Ireland's Parliament Will over seven million dollars had been Open HiiCh In Near East UTiiw Oiii raised, and the drive was only fairly Gobs Can Lay Their Speak More Next Monday under way in. many cities. And not Jicudx. only has the bond drive been a sucNight. cess, but the fight Erin. Is making for her freedom is gaining friends In Engevery country on the globe. land's spite, of course, is centered on Immediately Respond to tli Apjenl Wr. Wm, B. Ioherty Tells What America because she doesn't dare of Rear Admiral Henry It. try tactics in other countries that Irishmen Did For Our t she uses over Nhere. The countries Knapper. Republic. of Europe all know her game. MELLOWS K. OF C. BECKHAM Demo- y. IRELAND Republic Will Follow Reign of Terror Iractlccd' By English Sunday night Joseph Reeder, beloved husband of Annie Reeder. !8nv(1j? etlrni1.1 horvices were held Tuesday afternoon at Sacred Heart chtfroh,. conducted by the Rov. Patrick, Walsh. ht t T'trt ieaT4n? JJ Government. Lord Robert j Harmony and Success Demand That He Retire From Senatorial Race. Cecil, Noted English Statesman, Predicts Eiid of . Erin's Troubles. Iter. Jolut O'Connor Appeal For Made Strong In This Campaign. HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN IRELAND night at a meeting of the Irish Republic Bpnd Committee that Hon. Liam Mellows, mombor of the Irish Par liament, would deliver an address on the Irish question at the Jefferson Theater, Jefferson street, between Second and Third, on Monday evening, May 31. Mr. Mellows Is a very forceful speaker and has traveled for the past several months in company with President Do Valera on hls tours of the country. S. J. McElliott. City Chairman of the Bond Drive Committee, presided at the meeting and tho reports from his workers were most satisfactory. In expressing his appreciation oftiie received from hearty the various committees he said: "What a great honor to tho Irish Americans of Louisville It would bo if all would respond now to the rirst real test of our devotion to the land of our fathers." Mr. McElliott explained to tho committees tho purpose of the bond drivo and the uses to which tho money so subscribed would bo put to. Every cent subscribed in Louisville will go to Ireland to be used for establishing a national judicial system, to finance u consular service, to develop and encourage Irish sea fisheries, to inquire into and report upon the industrial resources and possibilities of Ireland, to devoiop and encourage Irish Industries, to establish national civil service, to reopen techh nical schools closed by tho policy of a British department, to establish land tenancy societies for resettling untenanted land, to establish a land mortgage bank to finance these societies, to encourage replanting of forest areas. It is for these and a score of similar purposes designed to give work, stop emigration and develop Ireland socially, economically and politically that the money will be spent. All moneys received from tho bond certificate campaign will be paid over without deduction to the Trustees. Bond certificates will bo Issuod only from National Headquarters of tho American Commission on Irish Independence to individual subscribers and will bo signed by President Ramon De Valera. Dr. Wm. B. Doherty addressed the meeting with a very Interesting review of tho part played by Irish mon and women la tho building of our own Republic from tho days of the Revolution down. Dr. Doherty called attention to the fact that tho descendants of those early Irish do not read history as they should. Ho said "a vast number of our young know llttlo of the history of tho Irish in America, much less in Ireland." Ho referred his audience to a book written by ono of tho foremost historians in America today Michael J. O'Brien entitled "Hidden Phases of Amer"The British Govican History." ernment," said Dr. Doherty, "attempted to suppress that book it contained too many facts about England," Rev, Father John O'Connor made a strong appeal to his audience for in the comtheir hearty He told of the ing campaign. Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick contributing 1517,000 to the Amorlcan cause in response to Franklin's call for fundsv "Tho people of Louisville," ho said, "should feel proud of their opportunity to show to Ireland ithat they have not forgotten this, and we should lot nothing 6tand In our way. This drive must be a success if wo of Louisville want to retain our proud placo as ono of tho foremost cities of America. We need not go back beyond tho century to find Ireland's right to liberty," ho continued. "So long ns England governs Ireland, tho privileged, tho parasitic, tho professional Loyalists will exorctso their religious, national and imporlal right to administer op behalf of tho empire tho satrapy1 of Ireland. So long as theso loyalists control in Ireland tho avenues of educational, economic and social preferment, they will find adherents among tho Ignorant and sophisticated, the needy and covetous, tho servlal and ambitious. Fifty thousand loyalists opposed Washington, yet America became a great and harmonious nation". Over three form million German loyalists Masaryk's Ulster quota in tho newly created nation of Yet tho negltglblo numbor of Irish Loyalists, in a world whore tho, prin ciple of majority rule is tho founda tion of all democracy, aro auowea to lmuoso for tholr Imperial masters an Insuperablo veto to 'the government of Ireland by the consent of the governed.' " Admission to tho Jefferson Theater Monday night will bo free, and it Is expected there will bo a tremendous audience. S. J. McElliott, Chairman of tho Bond Drive, will call tho meeting to order and will present Col. P. II. Callahan, who will preside and introduce Llam Mellows, who will deliver the address of the evening. Hon. Frank Walsh, to Kaneae CRy for a short vteVt, eatd ha yam glad to fftt back, if only tor a day, and added that be hoped to linage; bto was announced Monday anti-IrisIrlsh-Amorica- ns be-cau- so It Czecho-Slovakl- a. Funeral services for Daniel Kala-ho- r, forty-eigyears old and a well Sign Now Our Floating Over known moldov, wero held' Tuesday IiOiilsvillo Herald Refuses to Discuss On Tuesday evening, June 1, morning at St. Michael's ctyurch. He Constantinople, Venice and Stucker Cao or Depleted Mackln Council will give a moon Is survived by three sisters, Mrs. , Tica.sury. light excursion on tho East St Louis. Spalato. Leltnor, Mrs. R. E. Mayes, New rred This will bo tho second ono given Orleans, and Mrs, Ed Stretch. by this organization, the first carrying ono of tho largest crowds of the Edward Walsh, forty-si- r jears old, present season. Tho coming excur- HELP SAILOR AND DOUGHBOY, died Saturday night at the homo of "KNOW THE TRUTH" COPS. sion promises to bo ono of the most his slter, Mrs. Ella Haley, 732 West " popular of tho year, and Mackln SoJefferson street. He Is survived by cial Club extends a cordial Invitathree' sisters, Mrs. Haley, Mrs. Laura tion to its friends to bo with them Smith and Miss Fannio Walsh. FuIn discussing the coming camon next Tuesday, assuring them of In There is a great deal of troublo neral services were held Tuesday tho Near East, but not enough to paign from a Kentucky standpoint Ou Monday enjoyable time. an morning at St Patrick's church. It was suggested last week In theso evening, June 7, Roy. Father Martin, keep American tars from hailing any opportunity to step ashore church, will deliver and every up of St. Patrick's Funeral services for Mm. Johanna columns that Senator Beckham was an address on ono of the Important and size gobs the natives. That is Nelligan, beloved wife of John Nolll-ga- far from being a strong asset to tho on duty in tho Medquestions of tho day, and all 'the what our 2110 High street, wero held Democratic party in this Stato and iterranean tho soa of members aro urged to bo present, as waltzes are doing. Rear famous Monday morning at St. Cecilia's this suggestion seems to have struck Admiral church, of which she had long been a popular chord. Men high in tho Father Martin is a gifted orator and Henry It. Knapper, who recently ranks of tho party and workers In well worth going a long distance to Knights to put up and a devout member. Besides her hushear. Tho athletic committee has maintain thehuts in Constantinople, band, she leaves three sons, John, tho trenches have commented on Beckham's apparent and growing arranged to have tho tennis court Venice William and Spalato, believes that Jr., Joseph and Miss Mary Nelligan; weakness and there is a wave of put In first class condition and the when Nelligan two daughters, Jack has finished his work he players will have a chance to have and Mrs. Frances Mossand, and two sentiment for his withdrawal. Dursome real sport in the next few days. should have all tho play ho wants, sisters, Mrs. Alice Ford and Mrs. ing tho heyday of prohibition agitaand have it where It will be tho Margaret McCarthy. tion in this Stato Beckham and his kind he wants, under the right ausman Haly obtained a foothold in ORPHANS' PICNIC. pices. With tho opening of K. of C. party by the 'Saturday morning the fiiuoral of underDemocraticprohibition enlisting clubs In places Uko Constantinople, banner. tho Most of tho committees for tho the gobs will have a placo to lay Mrs. Margaret Rees took place from Whether either was sincere has alorphans' picnic are now being form- thoir heads for the Knights always Sacred Heart church, of which sho ways been a matter of doubt Brew-pred, and tho Chairmen aro busy get- lay in some cots at their clubs, and was an old and faithful member. distillers and thoir thousands things in shape for their work. they win find tho K. C. Secretary a Mrs. Rees had lived an active and ting of employes wero bluffed and cothrough big brother The Button Committee, but not a .patronizing exemplary life and was held In high dynasty. Miss Nellie Baker, announced that brother. He'll bo there to help the esteem by all who knew her. She Is erced by the lane that But she had collected $100 from the sale sailor on pleasure bent as ha was survived by three sons, John N. turn It's a longprohibition lias no and the sentiment of buttons at sonio of itho fhurches overseas to help the Rees and Joseph Rees, ot the Evenon last Sunday. Her committee will mora serious business. doughboy on ing Post, and George Rees, ot the with all Its hypocritical connections s Company, and a daugh- Is on tho wane. The Democrats who visit St, Mary's, St. Louis Bertrand's, comAdmiral Knapper, St. John's and St Paul's churches mand of a tidy llttlo who has States ter, Mrs. O. P. Johnson, of Colum- wero driven to cover because they United opposed prohibition Beckham's next Sunday. The Button Commitbus, Ind. leet In European has views will now have their Inning, tee is as follows: Miss Nollie Baker, .roublod for a longwaters, as to been how nnrt they want Ileekliam retired to Chairman; Misses Alberta Baker, no would manage fortlmo PARTNERS ORDAINED. amusement for the. ranks. Another good elemenj; Mary Eberllng, Marietta DeVoto, C. ais men, the tho Angela Henken, Lillian Waltz, Edna declared an K. to having officially Chippewa Falls, Wis,, has just who to a great majority support seaend their recreational Democratic party In and out ot Lanahan, Catharine Boehler, Anna work in Europe somo time ago. But been the scene of an unusual and son Is tho Irish arid Strauble, Antoinetto Cast, Anna xhen he notable event that marks an epoch Schuttz, Virginia Bradley. Joseph mediately made his appeal It wasK.Im- In the lives of two remarkable men voters. They will not vote for BeckC. attended lo. Now a and sugar A. Fleck, of the ham tho ordination Into the priesthood ham. They rightly resent the fact over booth, announced that ho had se a.lgn floatsthrow a club house within of tho Catholic church of James R. that Beckham voted against tho resstone's of St. Sofia's in tho olution of sympathy for persecuted cured 100 pounds of sugar for the city of tho k man of Murphy and J. Howard Browne, booth. Tho solicitation books were Europe and a smiling Casey is on both of that city, by tho Rt. Rev. Ireland their native land or tho land of their forefathers. In supgiven out by the Chairman of tho tho job to take Bishop of the gobs to see tho JameH Schwebach, 1916 James La porting tho League of Nations BeckAll R. committee, Charles Faulkner. Crosse. Back In wishing to solicit may receive books Sultan or tho Bosphorus, the Islo of Murphy and J, Howard Browne were ham voted for freedom for the Uogs or or s from him. Encouraging talks were to take a the Turkish Parliament the practicing law at Chippewa Falls, Poles, Armenian, romantic ride through made by Daniel F. Murphy, former canals of Venice. under the firm name of .Murphy & mid other minor nations, but felt no Rymnatliy for n untion that had been President of tho society; Father Browne. James A,, Murray, of South among tho They of wero considered battling for its liberty and freedom Hill, of St Ann's, and others. Pas Bishop Street Chicago, 910 a Chippewa's very best is Needless to say. tors are urged to nave their congreable laTvyorsand enjoyj&d for many for centuries. gentleman. About a gations represented at all the meet- ngo he was sent over to Siberia year years one of the most lucrative law Beckham will bot bo isupportcd by as a above class of voters. ings. Murphy at Knights of Columbus Secretary. He practices In that city. Attorney, an tho Tho Republican boys in Kontucky that tlmo was also City returned to San Francisco last week are smacking their llp over the LASS OF LIMERICK. with a record of having served-- tho office he had hold for two or three news of LOwden's big boodlo fund. The men stood A. E. F. at Spasskojo, an Interior consecutive terms. Wednesday tho nows was flashed The fourth and closing perform- point in Siberia, when nobody else high in tho estimation of" tho people, here ance of the "Lass of Limerick was there to serve them. Murray not only of their Immediate vicinity, ager that Lowden's canlpalgn manspending had Town" will bo given tomorrow even- could not rent or build a regular but throughout tho State. Then $4111,000 'fessed up to news came ing at Bertrand Hall, and those who hut, so ho did tho next best thing, from close friends came the an- Wednesdaythus far. This Thursday afternoon and nouncement that they wero to enter have not feen this charming little he hired a, car, ho operetta should take advantage of verted into box only, whichrelief con- tho priesthood. In November of morning tho Herald tells that Tobe war tho hut Hert and this last opportunity. Tho two al- on wheels, passing up and down, a 191C they left Chippewa Falls, after day night Clies Searcy left Wednesto so to the scene of the, bidding goodby to their many ternate casts have met with pleasing stretch of the friends, and matriculated in tho romention. Wonder if our two receptions, and it would bo hard for n railway serving the bosses didn't go to see If somo of an able dramatic critic to choose be- troops. Tho K. of C. distributed, Holy Ghost Fathers' College at be Conn. Aftor studying thero that big boodlo fund couldn't Retween Misses Myrtle! Score,' Sara through Murray's rolling hut, 200 Smith, Grace McCormack, Margaret tons of K. C. creature comforts to for two years they came to Milwau- sent back homo for tho hungry Tho city adminiskee, where they finished their theo- publicans here. Wagner, Annie Kennedy, Nelllo Mc- - the Yanks In the frozen empire. tration is broke, no big fat salaries logical studies at St. Francis' Brido. Messrs. Edward J. wolle. Tho Knights of Columbus Another unusual feature of or graft lying around, and the Low-de- n Thomas Burke, James B. Perry and European Comcampaign fund would come In O'Neil in the leading charac- missioner,that their L. Hearn, of Now this caso is tho fact that Browne Is James handy. Lowden is tjie choice of ters, who won honorablo mention York and Edward New Rochello, has made a convert to tho Catholic church, Ilert for the nomination, and it was for thoir Thespian abilities. But If arrangements for decorating graves having formerly been a member of a an lenl there was ono outstanding feature of American soldiers in Franco on Protestant denomination. This was (ho amusing to read dayinterview In when Paul Times the other It was the singing of the chorus, the Memorial day. Mr. Hearn last year before and during tho early years of Burlingamo, Chief Petty and other young men and young women giving directed similar activities for the the Damon and Pythias friendship of perfect and pleasing harmony in the K. of C. In somo places arrange- these two men. When tho two first lessor lights around tho City Hall were rendition of tho tuneful airs. Rov. ments are being made for French became acquainted Murphy was They reported in favor ot Lowden. daro not bo otherwise, as Boss J. B. Dawkins, director and coach, school children to visit the American principal of tho Chippewa Falls high can well bo proud of the production cemeteries and lay; flop era on tho school and Browne principal of ono Tobe insists that his henchmen must and is deserving of tho many nice graves, and churches in, tho former of tho grado schools. They became follow the lender Lpwden Is also inseparable com- the choice of Bingham and the verbal bouquets coming his way. battle zones will hold memorial fast friends andteaching school for Courier-Journand Times, Tobe masses. Tho Knights will proyldo panions. After Hort's personal boosters. RECOGNIZE CARDINAL. locating graves and a tlmo they decided to study law directions for Speaking of tho press, vou will assist inquirers to reach tho various and both attended the University of have to sympathize with th poor Wisconsin, It was, while attending old Louisville Herald, thn machine Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore, cemeteries. tho university that Browne surprised organ has been Invited by tho Republican and ehnmnlon of the nresont his fiends by becoming a Catholic, National Convention Committee to BRILLIANT CEREMONY. Day fn and having taken- instructions unbe- Joke administration opon one session of the convention day out tho Herald used to try and known to Murphy. with prayer. The Cardinal is comOliver Plunkett, tho Irish divlue buncombo Its readers into bolieving ing to Chicago Juno 8, the day the who was made First Archbishop of that wo had a saving and economiopens, to attend tho cele- Armagh in. 1G69 by Pope Clement DEATH FROM GRIEF. convention cal administration, and that tho seventy-fift- h anniver- IV., and who was oxecuted for treabration of the "yap" motonnen and conductor1 sary of tho Chicago diocese and. tho son by tho British at Tyburn, July Grief stricken since tho death ot appointed on tlie police force Tlnn Talbot, about Vinclmnil Bllver Jubilee of, Archbishop George 1, 1C81, was on Sunday elevated to ha Ono ago, Mrs. Mamlo would mako real police. story day wo W. Mundelein. the galaxy of saints. Tho ceremony eighteen months about nor lormer would have an effusive of canonization took placo at. 10 Newman Talbot uiea at Prof. Ragsdalo (who holds two city K. OF O. RETREAT. o'clock Sunday morning in the Basil- homo at Bardstown,. where sho had jobs) and his police moonlight ica itself, instead of tho smaller lionn nlnn ni. "hnr reaucst five Weeks school; tho next day we were told Tho Knights of Columbus retreat, Hall of Beatification, where such ago. Mrs. Talbot was tho daughter of that the "reform" Board ot Works which has been in progress at St. ritos usually occur. Cardinal Merry the late Judgo John k. Newman ana and other departments wero saving Mary's church this week, will close del Val, Archbishop of St Peter's, ono of tho most highly esteemed the taxpayers oodles of money, as with tomorrow's services, the mem- and officers of the canonization took women In Nelson county. Sho Is for instance tho Herald in its issue bers receiving holy cpmmunion at their places near tho high altar as survived by four daughters, Misses of June 18, 1018, said that tiireo the' C:15 o'clock mass, while tho the ceremony began. The mellow Marlon Olive, Evelyn and Florida departments had saved exactly closing exercises, consisting of ros- light of hundreds of candles and Talbot, and Mrs, Amy Guthrio; ono 103,000. And hero it lq Just two ary, sermon and Papal benediction, electric lights illuminated tho Basil- son, Ben Talbot, Jr.. and threo years later and Smithy is doing the will be given tomorrow evonlng at ica and tho summer sunshine brothers, R, O., W. H. and J. E. blind fiddling act on the corner askfu7:30 o'clock. streamed down through ancient glass Newman, all of Louisville. Her at ing for tho taxxpayers to step up neral tdok placo Tuesday morning windows, making more glorious the and buy his $100 sewer bonds, with church, which was COMEDY DRAMA. brilliant scone. In tho congregation St Joseph's and acquaintances filled trading stamps additional. The near who by friends wero Count and Countess George Mayor pleads that the city treasury Tho young people of St. Philip Plunkott, representing the family of mourn her death. is depleted, although Lpulsvlllo Is t Kerl pariah will present a real treat the Archbishop; Sir T. Grattan Escliarglng tho highest tax rnto in tho OKJeal-loigID3RO CIIAFLAIN DEAD. United States for a city of Its nlzc. for their friends and music lovers monds and faintly; Sean tomorrow night at Windthorst Hall, member of tho Irish ParliaThis fact tho Loulsvillo Herald falls M. Hanley, tho to mention, and as for The Rev. James when they produce tho delightful ment, and tho Vico Mayor of tho the police ." three-adrama, "Oak Farm." Tho Municipal Council of Dublin. It had "fighting chaplain of tho Night outsldo of a press boost Akron, Ohio, on Chief Laird every now andtor died at cast, which has been carefully re- been originally announced that tho then the eorvico mac hi no organ Is silent hearsed, will Include excellent vocal- mass would bo celebrated by Arch- Tuesday of pneumonia. His ists and actors, among thorn Misses bishop Edward Ilsley, of Birming- In Franco, whore. ho was wounded, Laird was given a million dollars' Helen M. Lavely, Queen Ryan, Marie ham, but Irish Bishops objected to gained for him the Distinguished worth of advertising about going to lungs Frankfort in an airplane, which was Weakened McGeo, Bertha L. Fougerousso; tho choice of an Englishman for the Service Cross P. service, and Monslgnor Piotro Paolo, from gas attacks, physicians said, just "bunk," and then the Herald Messrs. J. Pflestor, Raymond recovery. He1 was followed up with stories and picLawJer. Joseph Cummins, Homy J. canon of St Pensit's church, offi militated against thirty-tbre- o years old. tures of Laird and his overseas Pfcster, Fred gunderhauf, Wilbur ciated. Monslgnor Hagan, rector of tho squad ot riflemen. As everyone 1NUXUI, i U.UI o. puuJIUII. FRANKFORT. Irish College, delivered to tho Pope, knows, Laird was never overseas, in the namo of the, postulatore, a VIGOROUS PROTEST. and as for tho riflemen, the first reliquary containing fragments of u Mr. and Mrs. uoorgo Bcnenaie, oi photograph taken showed a hunch Thia Frankfort, have announced the Tho Catholic Federation has regis- the bones" of tho Archbishop. Of awkward motormen and conducmarriage ot their daugh- tors whoso overseas experience contered Its protest with the editors of reliquary was a replica of tho shrine a Now York Press syndicate which Is which contains the bell of St Pat- ter, Miss Katherlno Schenkle, to Mr. sisted of a trip over to Jef forson- large num- rick In Dublin. The Papal bull an- W. iBornard SchrotL The wedding vlllo or a sail on the Licking river, Reading out articles "by , gotsh." This past week tho ber of secular papers throughout tho nouncing tho beatification, was read, will take place In June. country under the general caption, the relics were oxposed, and a to Herald cut looso with a thrilling wae chanted. Then the curstory of how Laird and hie "over"Today Wei Celebrate," some of FAREWEIL AUDIENCE. which have been Tiighly Insulting to tain before the picture of the new seas riflemen" wore going on a perwas withdrawn, and the bell of of ilous hunt for an automobile bandit, Catholic. A number of paaiers have saint Cardtoal rang out the tidings, be- Boston, was received ay Pope Bene-tU- and the following day under a mediapologised and explained that, but St Peter's tm. Wadnsadav at a farewell cine advertisement for oversight the articles would 'not ing answered by p cutis from other told that the churches throughout the city. la the private audience. have been given, plate. meaa criminal didn't wait for our MAOION COUNCIL. n, llM Innocent Men and Women Aro rested and Then Confined By Military. Ar- SAYS UMPIRE IS IN DANGER. Hert-Searc- I - s, Seol-bac- Haly-Beckha- m Bush-Kreb- Irish-Americ- an notrso-verynslc- " OVeeko-Slovak- Trans-Siberia- Nor-wal- k, Seml-Inar- y. co al - be-lii- K h, ct Sixty-ninth- ta arrested all over the country and Imprisoned sometimes, I dare say, Tho laying ot tho corner stone of on good grounds, but I can not betho National Shrine of the Immacu- lieve that the grounds always have late Conception; in Washington, ts been good have done good. I can to tako placo on September 23, the not believe that that is a form ot day following tho dedication ot tho repression that has ever shown, or Lincoln Memorial. Cardinal Gib- Is over llkoly to show, good results, bons will officiate, Cardinal O'Con-ue- ll it is not the right way of dealing and Archbishop Boijzano, the with tho situation, for tho excellent Papal Dolegate, will bo present, and reason that thohgh somo of the peoull the Archbishops and Bishops erf plo thoy get aro guilty, somo I exSoldiers tho United States will bo in Wash- pect are quite innocent ington to attend tho annual meeting should not bo used for police work, of tho National Catholic Welfare but they should bo used to protect Council, and will take part In tho the police and, of course, to prevent anything like a rising. As far as ceremonies. possible the British Government must demilitarize their administraVICTORY FOR ST. XAVIER'S. tion and mako it a very strong civil government. Tho crimes In Ireland Last week tho Courier-Journheld a contest open to all high are justified by tho men who comschools of tho city ot Louisville. All mit them on tho ground that they tho high schools In the city compet- are at war. It is not war. This is ed, tho subject being "Ship by anarchy, promoted by crime. It Over 300 must bo dealt with on that footing. Truck Good Roads." papers werd presented, and when To attempt any such scheme at tho present moment would bo a reat, tho final selection was awarded Steuerlei, a junior la St. disaster and merely add to the diffiXavelr's, was declared the winner ot culties under which England labors. I think that England will never tho boys' prize of $15 in gold. Young Steuerlo la the son of Joseph settlo the Irish question except in This accordance with the wishes of tho Steuerlo, 810 East Broadway. makes tho third contest St. Xavier'a Irish peoplo. That Is tho great truth nas entered in this year, and came we have to realize. It is no use offering them something they do not out victorious in every caso. want, and still less to force It upon them. But in ordor to glvo them a ORDAINED AT ST. MEINRAD'S. fair judgment and enable them to Rov. Edgar O'Connor, son of Mr. ' state freely what they really want. and Mrs. Chris A. O'Connor, of In- - Great Britain must give them was ordained to tho holy antees and security of orderly gov- prlestiioou at st Aioinrau's, inu., oy ernment. Tho present state of things is a the Right Rev. Bishop Chartrand, and celebrated his first mass on scandal and a disgrace to tho British Sunday at Sts. Peter and Paul uame. That such, a state of things Cathedral. Tho young priest is a should exist in tho British Empire Is nephew of Charlos A. O'Connor and an intolerable humiliation. It moans Rov. Francis O'Connor, of tho Louis- - not only that wo English have failed villo Cathedral. , Father Francis In our duty wo who have prided O'Connor" loft last week for New ourselves on tho fact that wo always York City, where he attended tho brought order, good government and annual reunion of the Alumni of Justice to every country wo went to the American College In Rome, after but hero at England's very door is which ho went to St. Melnrad's to a country where all theso words aro bo present at tho ordination ot his a satire on what actually exists. It nophow, who has many friends in means that we havo deserted and are failing in our duty towards a largo this city. body of citizens; it EVENT. GREAT CATHOLIC means that we are creating a danger to tho whole British Empire. St Vlncont'd Academy, in Union For If wo allow this stato ot things county, will celebrate its jcentonnial to go on In one part of the Empire' elaborately for four days In Juno we aro offering a premium to tho Religious day, fomenters ot disorder In. every other 8 to 11 inclusive. when all tho elder priests ot tho part What Is tho policy of tho Stato aro expected to attend; alum- - British Government in these circum YlA tt nni .In,, nf ,i.l I rtll fnofti stances? Are they prepared to given by several local women as eel- -' abandon ail nroconcelved ideas obrating the fiftieth anniversary of rather than permit this stato of , their graduation; among theso. are, things to go on any longer? Let Mrs! M. R. Waller and Mrs. J. G.'them be perfectly certain ot this, Taylor, and tho entire unbroken that thoy aro drifting through years ago will archy and humiliation towards an of twenty-fiv- e respond to toasts, whllo ono grad- - Irish Republic, years' standing, uato of sixty-fiv- e This Is tho only logical .conclusion Mrs. B. M. Hart, of Morganflold. wlUof tho state of things unless It la ' be present; patrons' day will be repressed. If the British Govorn-glve- n to lectures by noted clergy-- 1 ment believes that an Irish Ropub-meand commencement day will: He would bo a great danger to the graduato a largo class with much British Empire and Is unthinkable, coromony. Funds aro boing ralsod thoy must justify that belief by N for a big addition to the buildings,' showing that they are able and aro now beautifully located ing to govern that country as If on a farm threo miles from Morgan- -' ought to be governed in a clviUzod ( Rev. B. A. uunningpam. or land, field. Sacred Heart cnurcn, sst. Vincent, is chaplain ot tho academy. MEMORIAL DAY PASTORAL. CORNER STONE LAYING. al Eu-Reguar-dlanapol- ls, law-abidi11 an-cla- Lord Robert Cecil, Great Britain's membor ot the World's Peace Conference and ona of tho leading statesmen of England, gives the following English view of tho situation. While criticising tho Irish peoplo somewhat he condemns severely tho reign and persecution of tho English military officers In Ireland. Lord Cecil is quoted as follows: A return of the crimes committed in Ireland since January 1, 1919, up to March 29, 1920, shows that there wore thirty-si- x murders and some seventy or eighty assaults, by way of tiring on persons and so on. Altogether tho total ot crimes, such as Incendiary fires, Injury to property, offences in connection with arms, ammunition, explosives, threatening letters, etc, amounted to 1.089-- . By far the larger part was In Munster. Unfortunately tho return does not show tho crimes month by month; had it done so It would bo seen that thoy have increased rapidly month by month. That Increase has been still more rapid from tho announcement by tho Prime Minister of tho new home rulo bill. I have been supplied with figures which show that in the first threo weeks of April no fewer than thirteen murders took place. So far as 1 can see tho rate of murder is still rising; recently it has peon practically one murder a day. I can not help feeling that there has been a want of resource, to put It mildly, in tho government ot Ireland. I can not believe that theso spectacular police and military raids In the middle of tho night, by which largo numbers of people have been J i "v ss n, wiil-whi- ch Q'Connell.'-'Archbfebo- p ot Cardinal Lucon, Archblehop ot Rholms, last Sunday had read la the' Rogor Sullivan, the Democratic 715 parishes' ot his war-tor- n diocese leader who died recently in Chicago, a pastoral letter reminding Us left $G,000 to the St Vincent do priests and the people ot the ot Memorial day, sacred to Paul Society, and property netting $1,800 a year for tho education of the memory ot the dead In the poor boys and glrla, , BEQUEST TO CHARITY. J United State. i CI ,, JBEErcaTTJOBry 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 nd Catholics Advancement of Irish, AmSrlcp rVol to the Sodil and byMotI Order of Hibernians. Yonijg Men's 17 Moonlight excursions on steam Ancient Officially Indorsed er East St. Louis by Trinity Council, Y. M. I. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. .May 23. 25. 27. 30 "The Lass of KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., tncotpytui. Publishers Limerick Town," at Bertrand Hall, each evening. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c May 30 "Oak Farm," by St. Second-CPhilip Nerl Dramatic Club, at Wind- Matter. Entered at the Louisville Poitolflco .UAH TY11 Mtfrm All Cwwitatlw to to KEMTUCKY IRISH AMERICA, 31921 Wnt Ittirty Strut of Our Lady, June iawn reto on cnurcii grounds, xnir- -- AVM adDE&itej o.j5i . K&NTU6KY IRISH flMHQGflN. OOMIXG EVENTS The Lass of Limerick Town ROMANTIC COMIC OPERA UNDERV the Modern way CLEAHERS AND DYERS INCOltPOKATKD I 1 AUSPICES Op Blessed Virgin Sodality ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S CHURCH Sunday, May 23 Thursday, May 27 Tickets on sale at and Rogers Church Goods Co. Pike-Hicke- y OFFICE AND PLANT, T A- -lt 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. . UUU IVUUUi Juno 16 St. Peter's parish picnic on church grounds, Seventeenth and Garland. Bertrand Hall, Sixth St. Near Oak pareL r We Specialize in Ladies' Suits,'? T TT 0.11 j;l uresses, oioves, velvets, omes, JLaces, -- Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap-i- j 1 - i LOUISVILLE, KY BIGOTRY PRIZE. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920 wiso-acre- s, AA AA AAftA?kAA"4rftA AA AAA Afta AAA 1c. Miss Freda Miller, of Crescent Phones City 6042 and Main 9392 Secretary of the Navy Daniels Hill, was tho guest of Miss Durrctt says that his name was forged to a Oglesby on Sunday. telegram &ent to Adniiral Sims. This Miss Anita S6wor, of Frankfort, telegram, it appears, was trans- has returned after a visit to Mrs"J. mitted to Admiral Sims through the P. Hanloy, Crescent Hill. ON Who forged the British Embassy. Mr. and Mrs, Johns Ball were ' Secretary's name? The British Em- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Gil JMtOinillTlOX HYPOCRISY. officials on key at Bardstown last week. bassy and those British SUNDAY, MAY A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. The paid prohibition orators and tho other side who handled the ca Miss Georgia FerrJell has returned SUNDAY, MAY 30 MOONLIGHT salaried preachers told us that blegram before It reached Sims from a week-en- d vLslt to her brother, everything would be lovely when the could probably clear up the mystery. Albert Ferrlell, at New Hope. MONDAY-DECOiaTiON- liiAr prohibition laws went Into effect, PAPER COSTS. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson, of and what a saving it would be to FERN GROVE 0 A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. This guaranteed "weatJierproof roofte appEed Clifton, havo moved and will mako Many of our exchanges are in tholr homp at Shepherdsvllle. MOONLIGHT MOONLIGHT 8 P. M. the taxpayers who would not have to right over the old, leaky, expensive, shingled FREE DANCING ON ALL BOATS pay so much for the upkeep of creasing their subscription price. roof, or direct to roof boards on new buildMrs. Stafford McKenna and Mrs. But now wo Our turn may come after a while. Jails, asylums, otc. ings. Better looking, longer wearing, fire is If you have any conception of tho Josoph Pitt, of Fairfield, spent a A FEW DATES OPEN FOR CHARTER have prohibition and Congress short but pleasant visit hero. resisting and far more economical than any of thousands of dol- advanco in tho cost of paper and voting hundreds Miss Marguerite Wilder has been lars for prohibition spies, snoopers other things that enter into publishother roof obtainable. and peepers to watch the taxpayers ing you will wonder how wo have entertaining as her guest Miss Mary LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Cannot leak or come off. Vears like iron. Adda so that they don't violate the pro- kept tho price where It is for so .Joe Wickham, of Bloomfield. distinction and beauty to any building. Never has long a time. hibition laws. Mrs. Will Demuth and son Lee, of failed to give perfect, permanent satisfaction. Oakdale, wore Sunday guests of Mrs Tomorrow is Trinity Sunday, tho Ed O'Connell at Highland Park. CONVINCING. Comes in three beautiful patterns Red, Green oCO SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE "deadline" for the performance of and Silver Gray. Phone City 6827 Main 1576-- J Mrs. P. R. Lancaster, who has Some people profess to believe, the Easter duty. Make peace with Ask us for samples of the Act If t in Birming Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and Dealers ami osneclallv the writers in the God and his blessing will come upon been visiting her sister Sunday. U; ham, Ala., returned on J I1 Craft, and get an estimate for yocr boosa. Na you. Tory press, that the League of In Leather Goods E n The Ait Craft Roof will Bare yew smsct. LOUISVILLE, KY tions is not unpopular with the Miss Louise Schuhmann, of REPAIRING A SPECIALTY June will bo tho Month of tho Sa was entertained Thursday The showing of Amorlcan people. 1 ART CRAFT ROOFING CO- in the Republican cred Heart, and the great devotion by Miss Katherlno Morgan In the AAAAiAAAAAA'AAA AAAA A A A A A AAAAA kA A A A A A A A A A AAA Ai Senator Johnson Highlands. 1312 Stark Bofldfeae. . In nrlinaries should disabuse their to the Heart of our Lord should r jl'ju fallacy. Senator John' grow and increase everywhere. minds of this Mr. and Mrs. Joe Price and little 1 son havo returned from Now Haven, ton Li a bitter opponent of the RELIGION MENACED. where they visited Mr; and Mrs, League of Nations, and yet in the Alex Boone. primary results is returned a winScurrilous attacks were made on although fight the Catholic church during tho ner in many States, Mrs. Mary G. Mullen, Mrs. Robert in vthe Socialist, national con' E. Callahan and Miss Edith Callahan ing the big boodle funds of "Wood, ventlon on the adoption of a clause loft Friday for a stay of ten days in The voters In SECOND AND CHESTNUT Lowden and Harding. the party s "declaration of prln Now York. nre supporting Johnson chiefly be- Iclplcs." Victor Berger. who is un- views. penwen-lar- y cause of his sentence to tiie Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malono and for disloyal activities, was one family will leavo June 15 for Bay of the most rabid of the assailants View, Mich., where they will spend GEDDES SPOILS CAREER. of tho church. The clause which the summer. Climb. 0102 Homo City 355 :$J7 The London Daily News takes Sir provoked the debate asserted that A A A AAA AAA AAA" A A A A A A A AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA "tho capitalists" own the people's Mrs. Eleanora Llston, West Front AAA A A A A A A A A Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the Auckland Goddes to task for his In- "churches and regulate their souls." sereet, Joffersonvllle, who visited wearer that ho recomondi our service to his friends. We guaransult to American intelligence, no re- This "declaration" was prepared by her son, James Llsf-on- , at Lexington, tee complete satisfaction. heon made In the a committee on which Morris Hill-qui- t, has returned. port of which has 4 one of the chief prophets of Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" dally pres. The News said: was and chilMrs. case and cord complete EAT IN A statement by Amorlcan socialism, denied Chairman. dren, of William Whalen aro visiting $4. GO TO "If the report of a the One speaker who Okla., that Buffalo, Small Shelitex Rims TooJJxtm Sir Auckland Geddes Is true, no "declaration" was true was roundly Mrs. Whalon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wo fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. Ed Tucker, at Jetfersontown. seems to have spoilt his career as hissed. . No charge for examination. on Ambassador oven before it has Incorporated .SPREAD LIGHT NEEDED. Mr. and Mrs. Willacy J. Schwan-Ince- r. started. Ho has managed to live Spark avenuo. Jeffersonville, THE HOUSE OF QUALITY down many serious blunders, but a Occasionally our priests are asked announce the engagement of their Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Home Mhdc Pies, Cakes, Meats bodies, and daughter, Miss Jean Vanco schwan-Inge- r, Ftatement ho made to a party of to talk to E XOEIiL.E N T perto John Franklin Driscoil. English and American journalists generally those who invito them sub 004 SOUTH FOURTH 210 SOUTH FIFTH STREET STREET mit them to choose their own that the Sinn Fein movemont Is jects. Herein is a great opportunity Near Broadway Mr. Edward J. "Hosier returned In Middlo of Square practically a religious scheme, aimed to spread the light, and counteract Saturday from Philadelphia, where . PROMPT SERVICE PRICES REASONABLE at securing for the Roman Catholic the false teachings of bigots whose she has been spending the last five ' causes them to Mrs. W. church, confirms the worst fears of hate of tho church week the pastor weeks with her daughter, accompan over active. Mrs. Craven F. Craven, LotxigrOlaJ CWSJZmr&Jem Americans, whether be Our Lady of Last his critics. Lourdes church, In- led her mother home, and will re of SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION fttah or not, are critically watching dianapolis, was Invited to address main with her until fall. evory aspect of our attitude towards the faculty and students of Butler institution. MlKsea Mary and Elizabeth. Kelly, a Ireland. They know as well as Sir College, Lyons Protestant a large gathAND CONFECTIONERY BAKERY spoke to New Albany, were hostesses to their GUNN'S Father Auckland that whatevor may bo the ering on "tho position of the church 500 club last week. Their guesta truth about Sinn Fein, this is not. towards tho Bible." He was intro were Mesdames E. Graf, Harry 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. If the journalists have misunder- duced very graciously by President Lang. J. Raverty; Misses Nora and prompt cor- Thomas C Howe, and the address Gertrude Kelly, Grace and Gertrude Phono City GS74 stood what lie meant, a Mary and ICatharlne RusselL received by tho students, rection may do something to save was well whom aro preparing for the Herley, many of the situation. But if Sir Auckland ministry, we have tne goou tiuings Louisville people on a pleasure Only Steel Hull Excursion Boat Afloat is going to America with that view that it made a profound impression jaunt and enjoying the various All Day Picnics, Moonlights and Sunsets. Choice of PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY on the young men of Butler. What sights and theaters of New lork pf Ireland we may as well save the Dates Now Onnn they havo heard will no doubt cause tho past week were Mr. and' Mrs. W. .T w. .T UM..nju.u.u( nij MAUAU .J A.MtMU f vtmr JlAJIUlXf KHJLT v. TATtairAT.T. ma-- CTParpTT" CTTH'tvn X1U1, ATnann- cost of his passage."' & many of them in after life from re G. Emory. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hollo-mo- n, jiuwu ruuuu xtox uumo. i none luoi Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Barker, peating the olt repeateu caiumny, INCORPORATED HEAD THE LIST. "Tho Catholic Church is tho enemy Miss L. Thieman, R. S. Thatchor, F. of tho Bible." Who can measure A. Reese. J. G. Galloway and T. S. highbrow conser- tho good that may come from an ad- Smith. Those T-HA-T Thones 3245, Main or City 603 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE audience by vatives who give little encourage- dress to a Indiana Catholic. Miss Mary Loulso Bryant enter movement, for a priest? ment to tho great tained the members or tho Eunoo DO Irish freedom which Is swoeplng the INDORSES OUR SCHOOLS. 500 cluh at her homo Saturday af ternoon. Tho members nro Misses world today, and which Is especially GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING ALSO EXPERT WELDING AND An oloaueift tribute to the work Katherlno Hassolwahder, Mary ElizRRAZING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE pronounced horo in America, might of the Catholic schools and tho abeth Campbell, Marie Antoinette look over the list of subscribers to Bplrit of obedience so prevalent In Simon, Margaret Brocar, Geneva tho Irish Republic bonds and see tho Catholic church was given by Elizabeth, Mary Catherine Kelty, TWENTY-SECONAND MAPLE STREETS whore tho great Catholic Hierarchy. Gov. William C. Sproul of Pennsyl- Evelyn Quire Clophas, Mary Loulso Night Call South 2017 Day CuU Shawnco 2078 and Ireland vania on tho occasion of tho dedica- Bryant. of America, Australia now St. Vincent's Or tion of stand. Here is a partial list of phanage the XHOOXPOKATBD. Gov. IIAPI'V MONTH V in Philadelphia. soma Cardinals, Archbishops and Sproul attacked the inclination' of many toward tho elimination of reMr. and Mrs. B. B. Schleman anBishops with their subscriptions: .$1, 000 ligion from the schools. "Would to nounce the engagement of tholr Cardinal O'Connell, Boston. INCORPORATED Miss Lucille Elizabeth God." he exclaimed, "there could be daughter. Archbishop Mundeloin, Chl- ic 1.000 more of It In all our schools such as Schleman, to John William Hawkins, cago The wedding will "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," 1,000 you have In yours! Tho nation of Horrln, 111. Archbishop Mannix, Australia 'Archbishop Hayes, New York 1,000 would bo tho better for It." Refer tako place In Juno. "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." ring to the spirit of obedience fosMrs. Annio Neenan announces tho VVYV Archbishop Hanna, San Fran- 1.000 tered by the church. Gov. Sproul engagement of her daughter, Miss , cWo Both Phones 315. said It Is one of tlio things that Is Boso Catherine Neenan, to, John 315 Guthrie Street. 1.000 Bishop Hoban, "Scranton Tho wedding will Bishop Gallagher, Detroit. .. . 1,000 saving tno country irom gTeaier uu' Francis Curley. SPKOIAIi OITBR CUT THIS OUT McTIGIlE, Agat. Mgr. T" Brimr this MORROW, Manager. 2Q0 rest T. tako place in June. Bishop Lenahan. Great Falls. r nn atrirtfft Mtfl XTm Will TttAKfl Vfln al Tihntns flnl cmniTi 250 i Dr. Max M. Eblo and Mrs. Eblo Bishop O'Dea, Seattle 711 fnlrtAv nirt Ana lawcra trtA tv 11 5ft fniflai" In lanla fn fltt OV Vjmi. . 500 'deserves vw vwiwv otmmm vuuyvm 80HNEIDER-BEATTBishop Schlnner, Spokane. . . announco the engagement of tholr 00. 100 daughter, Miss Josephine Rosella Bishop Schremhs, Toledo. A. J. XEUXiXna, FhotogTapher n, received from Rev. Dr. Eble, toPaul Joseph Spann, of Wo have STRONGHOLD TIRES 100 1VILLARD STORAGE BATTKIUES Bishop Tlhen, Denver LOUISVILLE. KI. 428 W. MARKET ST. A. McKenna, Secretary of Bernard N. J. Tho wedding will Bishop Chartrand, Indlanap- AUTO ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES 1 the Catholic Unlvorslty of Washing take place In June. lola reproduction 500 ton, D. C, a miniature Repairing and Recharging Storage Batteries Archbishop Walsh, Dublin. . . Mrs. A. J. Gruber an.' Mr. and 25Q of the architects' design of tho NaArchbishop Horty, Cashel engagomont of their nounce AND MARKET STREETS NORTHEAST CORNER TWENTY-SIXT- H 500 tional Shrine1 of tho Immaculate daughter, tha ! Bishop Fogarjy, Killaloe.... Miss Ida Elizabeth Gruber, P. IARN0N. R, Viet Frts. tai Trus. M. I. BAMMK, rntUent Hd Kiupr. tx know West 890 Shawnee 3000' 500 Conception. It Is gratifying wedding Bishop O'Dea, Galway Tho de- to John C. McGlll. ODLS . GREASE Bishop Halman, Limerick, . . 500 that this testimonial of national has will tako place Juno 9, at 9 o'clock, GAS 600 votion to our Blessed Mother Bishop Cohalan, Cork most favorable comment and at St. Cecilia's church. r This is only a partial list and created M4--l:lIs obtaining liberal financial support SIERINE DONORS. thoro are many others to- bo Included from ovory section of tho United ! Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, when the final report is made. Now States oa well as froni nations loTho nrunn nf all donors to tho Hierarchy of .the Catholic church cated in tho most remote parts of tund for the building of the NationBaaaem's Patent Liaeea Pipe far Steam Ceaaalti, tho the world. Eyes always tired, headaches, whole system affected, comfort al Shrino of tho Immaculate ConcepWall Cejflatf, Drain Tilt, Vitrlflea Brlcl, Is tho most conservative body in tho n , sacrificed? Have your eyes examined, see me at once, don't delay. tion in Washington will bo presorv-o- d world- - "Where te tho Catholic man i LEBANON. Fir PraeMtf, Flae LialHg-- Fire BricH perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to the wearer. I fH glosses within Uio foundation atones of of means, no matter what his staj; Grata ana Keller Tile, Flra Clay, Chinaey Teat. My prlcea are reasonably, give me a trial and I will convince you. ""Lebanon Council, .Knights of Cogroat memorial church. All tho tion, who can dare to say that he fc lumbus, had a very successful In- the names will ho typed in lndollblo ink ..-- , . more in favor itiation in that city last Sunday, on shoota of fine paper, wklch will iii iniKicniNin biKctti. 'mere conservative or These books, tff law and ordr and justice than whea tho degrees were conferred on be hound In books. J PHONES CITY.S73.I7S6.KCUMB. MAIN S07. a class or iirty Dy me containing 5,000 names each, will "Hesse of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician th aaolnted of God who rate ate ami Ludlow fcems. I !f the Breakiarldfta and Wiatk aa 228 WIST JEFF1B80N STRKST a, fcere bnqfrt followed the An elaboratef be placed In receptacles In to stones If ORKS-Tkirtea- atk chuneh, Aad yat w initiatory regain the foundation,, there fcwltaw CathoMe, arelM. to future gorattew. imonc us, aa tba - The prize medal for bigotry ought to bo awarded the Methodist church convention without a dissenting The convention went on recvoice being bitterly opposed to the ord as proposed Irish Republic. This sot d and minded did this thinking they were taking a They refuse Blap ut Irish Catholics. to see and believe the statements of Protestant church ministers of Ireland and England that there- is no religion feature Involved In the Irish question. narrow-small-braine- presumptuous, biynptuous, conse wno AAtAAAtAA AAicAc A AAAAAAtAAAAAAft quential, stuck-u- p think they are so really conservative and eminently wise that they . Col. and Mrs. John Geary will either do not aid or openly opposo leavo Juno 2 to spend some tlmo in the cause of right and justice, in Kansas City. which the most heroic Catholic naMiss Beata Smith visited at Now IIopo last week, the guest of Mls3 tion In the world is concerned. Kathorlno Bowling. -- SOCIETY. 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We aim to protectour readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES J. C. DORSEY & CO. Wo telegraph OTnrars J&verywaors oervico so gooa that every Louisville car rider will feel he or she is getting moro than money's worth, k our goal. EXCELLENT FARE Safety and speed, comfort and CAXiIi Opposite Court House reliability make good service) The Executive Committee is R. C. STILLWELL, Works 218 I?. Market St. Home Phono City 305. Business Manager anxious to nave cars run as Special Kates on Largo Orders. MEAXS SEBVED quickly as" possible with safety, 6:00 to 9:30 Comfort is a subject of constant Breakfait 11:00 to 3:30 thought and schedules are kept .Dinner Supper ,S:00 to 7:30 as closely a can be done. Wo Malta a Specialty of All Branches of DontNtry. With all the people of LouisWe Uso All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pnin. hwiu muji ihm.jiiim.iji ville interested in these things 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Good Service will become Better to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Next Door Phono City 4503 Service. Everyone of the 222,000 Phone City 4503 daily passengers will be satisM. BUCKNER T. E. Yann Dairy Co. fied. Incorporated WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Facts which the Committee has SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 000 WEST MAIN STREET gathered from a study of the system soon will be made public - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Both Phones 4202 THAT EVES HAY SEE in an official way. JOHN B. O'LKARY & CO. BETTER They will help every citizen Nat. Jewelry & Leather Shop Headquarters for understand many angles of a big 507 WEST WALNUT ST. Is the aim of our graduate opPROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatre AND FARM CITY problem. -V tometrists. geo us about anything in real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DLA- Once they are fully shown 'the Our prices nro reasonable v'; estate. We sell, buy and rent. fllUWJUM, WATCHES, RINGS, glasses nro comfortaolc. difficulties will be met for the Our JEWELRY, SUITCASES, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Our work 1a guaranteed. American people always find the TRUNKE, ETC. Phone City 4164. Some Consultation and tulvlco free. right answer when they know the BEB POOLEY FOR MONHY. THE VERY BEST facts. KING OPTICAL GO. LoanB to those having regular InAll the people of Louisville are EYKSIGUT SPECIALISTS. salary, with no publicity comes or tape. Loans to housekeepers entitled to a square deal. It is 1134 W. Market St. r.red a" their personal security. our purpose to see they get one Louisville, Ky. F. R. POOLEY, In street car matters. Building. Steam 1, Courier-JournSOFT DRINKS W. S. Speed, Chairman; 41S S. Fourth Street. John W. Barr, Jr., Home Phone, Shawnee S02 STAB" "SOUTHERNW. H. Kaye, SLIOBD BACON HENRY GOSS N Executive Committee. 1b the EJs:sWUISVILLE1 Bfe mBBW SERVING LOUISVILLE City 0050 A. R Van! kK MENS FURNISHINGS gOBW.MARKET ST. S J New Business Management PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary MODERATE 542 E. JEFFERSON STREET PBNDENNIS Inc. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY e 6, gyyyyyYyyyvyyyyvvVvvyvvyvY, LOUISVILLE INCORPORATED wtn tuwnrit pew "' For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Wilfard Cafeteria CASH or CREDIT SffiNETS 308 W. JeKev- I LONGCONNECTIONS A. JS: O E I I Is AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA K CLEANING SOUTHERN 4201 SOUTHERN DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFD3ENT MEN AND MODERN. CHINERY. FACILITIES TO SERVE THE MOST PARTICULAR Wo Call For And Deliver Yonr Suit DYEING PRESSING MA- Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' AH IIIAMItMlH DRY CLEANERS 651-- J Park 1 PARKWAY 124; South CLAUDE MILLER, Manager Park 124; South 6510 Plenty--COAL--Plen- ty wmni 1 DJyKJJ.J2J J. TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Rpct 4. 08-51- $5.75 $5.75 $7.00 AMMCjl AX.ASU2V- - Jellico Lump West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 DR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds 315 StarkaTBniliHag, Tliirk Floor Fourth and Walnut Pliose City 1180 3 Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut j- OPTROMETRIST, THE Delivered Anywhere. Trading-Stamp- s Free. ftcrarc MiAp FRANKEL t- PRICES LOWEST City 2G10. COAL CO. Twelfth and Wilson Sonth 273 81t yonr boy an education that will prepare them 10 r lire St. Xavier's 113 "W. - College THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'nd 7413 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. EPPING'S al Broadway, XoolivlUe, Ky. Conducted by the Xavorlan Brothers. Scientific Classical, and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Swimming- Pool, well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, DIr. Incorporated 012-01- 4 CORNS,BUNIONS latmtol Ki . Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager AbNDMl Kith SelwttfkiHj TmM "AU Ready for Yonr Griddle Morning" S HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. InoorooraUd DEAD ANIMALS ROOFINGrGUTTERING, SPOUTING Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles n Spcccinlty 2011 WEST BROADWAY SECURITY & LOAN Manager VO X&oorporatod. l . r (L v 'MHL, ffrFaftft, ! ' Fr.a Dr. FRED. C. LOEMKER tht GLOBE HIGHEST Call CASH PRICES City PAID Sit. rf' V rf wi nt H FOURTH AND O STSl ifflfe MACKIN COUNCIL Uriah Z. Lltsty Chirayediat Stark PETTY GRIFFIN Designs & Estimates Famished 507 Sixth and Jefferson, In Balrd'H Drngr Store. LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for A Lazar, Mosey Advanot-- Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE BAMBLY .AU Home Phone 721; CO. rendering: SHOE on Your Plain ! 812 West Jefferson Stre (Second Floor) """ Home Phone City 2967. - FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. CIGARS AND TOBACCO Candies and Novelties BOX TRADE THE DUNLOP MOTOR iB"''"''WBS Bath Fho9e B1I1 COMPANY ms flre-proo- T, BROS. STORMS JNO. P. MORTON & CO. , Kinds of Footwear For the . Whole Family HAUBLyS Store Two Shaw. INCORPORATED - Corner Fourth andJefferson F U R N A, S 0 0. ST. Inyltea you to inspect their modern, team-heatGarag before you enter your car for safe itwrping. Telephone City or Xsia aats for Special Bate. ed sotrrx thxbd sthxst Race Track Tickets on Sale. City 1080 Home Phone 2550 HEATING & VENTILATING 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. NATIONAL HATTERS D. D. S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STRBjVT DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELTVBR Home Phone, Olty 1931 Xark Bales, Pres. Louis A. Broring, 900-90- Established 1820 liuulsvllie. H SMtfe and Portland. 18th and Magazine City 7164 1716 office outfitthiij fklntek stationers 7ZOFXE'S PXOVIDENT JLSSOCXA-TXOXIncorporated Was Orffanlxed On ICE CREAM 712 City 1860 WEST BRECKINRIDGE QUALITY ICE CREAM PARRAKEET MOONLIGHT Mineralwater Grocery Company DENTIST 1 Weekly Savings Club STMT ONE THIS KINTH WITH TH South Louisville Bank Fourth and Ceatral Aveaae. Berne Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A LOWEST BATZ3 COLEMAN BUILDING S. E. COR. THIRD AND JCFFERhO.N Both Phones 888C rurnltura and Other Pergonal Property at . SOAKS to Vake ty Well-know- n Citizen PHONES: Incorporated EXCURSION On Steamer & Incorporated STARKS BUILDING. A South 2500 CO. East St. Louis THE SHEPPARD AND MFG, Tuesday, June 1 FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 406 City C299 WIELAND-ORUTCHER NEILL-L- VIELLE J. O. Jaoofei. Sea. and Treaa, SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED L. GRAUMAN A CO. Incorporated JosephjHubbuchSr.&Son Dealers in H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. IRON WORKERS. 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phono, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY! Sloniii Forging jind Fire Escape STKIX MUSIC AND DANCINO Admission 50c. Boat leaves foot of Fourth stro-- t nt 8:30 o'clock sharp. TWIN CITY' LEAGUE. Main 1146 CO. Dialer MILL AND Za AU dads of ! aaS tors rixtnre, Bates, Caab JUffla- tors, Show Gases, Comatorv, gfcalrlnr, ate. 510 Incorporated Garford Trucks 124-12- Apparatus Our Specialty WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1126-112- FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. Main 2582 City 2582 M. J. STRIEGEL & CO. ' FINE Incorporated CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN Fnrnlshhigs and Caps 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 30 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURH MOVING AND PACKING Shawnee 1936 The St Xavler team retained Its For Every Member ot the lead lu the Twin City League last Family Sunday by defeating the Knights of Home Phono 3906 St John team, Aulbach, the college boys' pitching ace, coming through FRED FEIGE & SON with another good gamo, the score Telephone 10212 being 8 to 2. Tommy Flnnegan, one U N I () X MADE of the most popular players over on GOO BJ. SHOES AND SLIPPERS the Twin City roster, went Into the PANAMA HAT CLEANING AND City 866 West 866 431 EAST MARKET STREET BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY hall ot fame by pitching a no hit B. RATTERMAN LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY game for tho A O. H. against JOHN & NATIONAL HAT CLEANING Mackln Council, the Hibernians winscore of 13 (to 0. Tho ning by a City Elevator and Warehouse Ido.il Envelope for Mall Matter WORKS K. ot C. and C. M. A staged a Dark-tow-n FUNERAL DIRECTOR Hay, Grain and Feeds A New Envelope Which TRANSO score Smith, Prop. championship, tho final Albert AVHI Save Time, Worry and Money; The Home of "Quality Feeds' carrying with it a being 17 to 14, City 5161 2114 WEST MARKET STREET It Is Fool Proof. tone of base hlta and long drives. 335 W. MARKET ST. 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND Tho schedule tomorrow: A O. H. CO. TRANSO ENVELOPE 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland vs. Knights of St. John, St Xavler Both Phones 2406 33 Kenyon Bldg., Louisville, Ky. vs. K. of C. and Mackln vs. C. M. A. West 1107a. WM. P. BANNON The standing to date: Teh, City 51384. REUTLINGER & CO. B0I81 Phones 3241 L. Pet. W. C. J. SCHNEIDER, 3JL, Haaarar o 1. 000 CONTRACTING PLASTERER St. Xavier Alumni.... 4 Adolph RcutUngor NATUROPATH A. LOSE Shoe 001-00- BROADVA Columbia Trucks We Boy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals. Rubber and Paper Stock Storing and Repairing. Used Cars LOUISVILLE WASTE for Sale. Service Day and Night BJATERIAL CO. 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. NOW IS THE TIME FOR STRAW HAT CLEANING Home Phone, City 1109 KENTUCKY Avoid the rush by consulting us now LOUISVILLE 6 OARAGE FACTORY SUPPLIES wssx ikasx Home Phone, lty sxam ltl EAST MAIN STREET Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until O P. M. Oscar Farmer Sons CP.BimM&Ce. -'-LmAnVU.KT. VrH far tree UlalrcM Mot erftr 1mm la O ad tntt Ult ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. 8C West LONG DISTANCE nAUMNG 630 South Twenty-Sixt lfl City SIS9. D. and Embalmer L. DirectorBlX Funeral H. OHJBSTNUT 717-7- 1 Hihprninns I J750 1 FIRE INSURANCE Knights of Columbus 750 3 331 East Market Street 1 3 .250 Cath. Men's Ass'n TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Knights of St. John . . . . 1 .25 3 OUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 ootktby auKW rrx sraoxaunr PLATE GLASS o ,000 Mackin Council 4 One week of warm weather does 4E6 BOUTH FIFTH STREET 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - - KBNTVCST away with a slight cold. Hot baths AGENT FOR ROOFS. do the eame with, a hoavy cold. Hot Res., Shawnee 1863-- L City 6910 re- hatha fateam or electric baths) J. J. Hesslon, well known In 3SC-moYO any cold before pneumonia or building circles, has taken an agency Co. pleurisy, etc., Bet In. for Art Craft roofs, which are fast Incorporated coming Into public favor both for Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Suf beauty and durability. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, ficient' Guarantee 'or jay TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND HENDERSON. Knowledge and Integrity ' , "HAYRDDE PARTIES" it Tt' For Sale Give Mo a uau Robbers broke into Holy Namp 1129 WEST MAIN STREET LOUIBVILLB, KI. church at Henderson eomo time MEAT MARKET SCHNEIDER'S BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb. S. 154 VAULT CLEANING 811 REALTY BUILDING Home Phone, City 2154 Sullivan Transfer ! QRAN W. SMITH'S SON !: i, AL, S. SMITH, PROP. I i ; I THOMAS" KEENAN ttVVMlvvv 'II n DXJN:EiaiX " DIRECTOR.. i. i 1529 WEST MARKET STREET i BOUE PIIONB 88 , CUMBKRLAND MAIN 371 Tuesday night and Tilled tho poor Crescent 29-- L box, containing about ?G0. Entrance St. Matthews 57 REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER was gained by breaking out a winTRUST BLDG. J. W. HESKAMP 214 LOUISVILLE dow and raising tho sash. Both Phoney BUILDER OF HEAVY lv TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND TAKES BRIDE. F.ORD BODIES A SPECIALTY Miss Irma C. Scharf, Vlnconnes VEGETABLE PLANTS and Market stroeth, and Richard Pe WORK BLACKSMITH .GENERAL Tomatoes, Peppers and Eggplants, terson, 1529 Charlestown avenue, Quick Scrvlco and Quality New" Albany, lc, 90c per 100; Cabbage and Cauli- nonular residents ot Ror. B. Rtehl Guaranteed flower, ltJo doz., 60c per 100; were married by tho at 7 o'clock ST. MATTHEWS - - - KENTUCKY Sweet Potatoes, 45c per 100. Bd. at St. Mary's churchFollowing the MiUer. Tuesday mornlngj PlHckebanm, Taylor Blvd. Take 4th4t car via 7th. . Woodland ceremony the bridal couple departed H. W. DUBISKE & CO. on a wedding trip to Indianapolis. Grove Sta, Parkland 302-JHome Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 412-- W FINE VAEBLE Funeral Director and Embalmer ! ! i ! BOTH PHONES 810. i j SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSt ! DOUGHERH & MeELLIOIT 1 rfcrI3lvlflT? T1VTC l. J. OiLllES;! 1 O &JW& I F A FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. yow-iivvvvvwtvnvvwvvvvfcvvvvvvi- Frank Hartman & Sons HOTJSZ PAINTERS AND DXOOltATORg . E)at JVXciixx mizcmmli. 100 WBtT MARKJMC STRWBC 12-J RMrtdMte I Ihon-BhwnM- 2, a lawn fete will be given tor the FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. benefit of the school ot the Church of Our Lady on Che school grounds, 35fl Rudd avenue. The ladies and BLDG. 8 entlemen. "bavin charge of it have succeeded In obtaining many desir able articles for the aKierent Doom, WANTED Girl to anewer telephone and MOBer will ba MffTed In the and do liffet ofttee work. Apply at school buWdmr on both ereatng. 1101 Went Market street. 406-7-INTBR-SOUTHBRN the afternoon and evening ot Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1 and On LAWN FETE. FINANCIAL SERVICE U7CCT MADtVCT CTDCPT " ! Funeral Directors and Embaimers BOTH PXXOZJS. " 44HHHW4WmMtKlIIHmiHHflMO'' Cumb. Mala S9S-- a 'lem CSty IMH jBorexoBTsr m$$$$Qlttti9itb91$tttf1ttMM,4WAAA4ti irish ambimoa:. ) & son SWISS CLEANING Bacon --""IHCORPORATED 1 1 Herman We Qive Straus sons sjss4H J W Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. MEN'S- SUITS - mii Redeem Odd Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW A&OU7 OUR WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. Carpets and' Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed i CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN?!! A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred jraymcnis. The oatataadhsg features of this method are Ko coaealeaco U taalriag purchases without aay eeHslderafele oatlay of cash. The advantage of on the OlHb Flan darisg our various sales AT SALS FRIOBS. Whatever Is the price of the goods to a Cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Household Olab Plaa easterner. There is positively bo adraHoe. There are bo "confldeatlal sxraBgeraeBts." Zt iB coadacted apoa am opea basts with a fixed chedale of rates. The first payment aad the 1)hj-1b- k if flAmfl SWISS ' CLEANERS '' AND DYERS !; INCORrORATWJ j OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT i a A. $13.50 - $18.00 Shirts and Blouses $1.25 $1.50 To Go With Confirmation Suite, -- i White 4'' Greater Production 1 The Way Out $1.00 M.IV1. M.vmavia ' M1 thth fA All. sWt ' SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS eeee Many of our, factories and shops now fall far short of the average production of pre-war times. Hi0easee0Bees)eeaBjaJ Both Phones 1323 New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' 1 First Commumen and Confirmation Wear. 1 t Auto Deliver; That Feeling Of Sectirity An account with this com pany either checking or savirfg in which you can depaeit with regularity, will insure "that feeling of secur ity" which nothing can dis S It costs far more t0 operate because of the Hence higher prices. & , higher cost of materials, higher wages and reduced production. Ksssst ii BSSSSSsKkisBr JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WBST MARKET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFPEE Coffee lb Tea, 11 Coco, lb Baking: Powder 40c to COo 80c to $1,255 40a OOo 30c t S5o 25o If the price of goods is cut without and often must close. Workers are then thrown out of work- - greater production, factories lose money & Extract, par tube Pie Filling ISCB Mitt (20 eggs for 25) 30 turb. W are prepared to take care of your financial affairs of any kind or character. - i. What then? A fresh start, with business uncertain, confidence shaken, trade slow, could profit with wages low, employment scarce and hard to find? LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than ,50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total eposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence bnilt by th eople of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. J Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. j Columbia Building K buyers afraid, and losses heavy through sales forced at any price. Goods now uniformly high would then be low. But who UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES Feurth and Main. : Tfao Oldest Trust Company in the South - r 1 $S$$$4$$frfr$$ High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. Our only way to avoid a drop in wages and a slowing down of industry is to TURN OUT MORE WORK. More goods in the same number of hours reduces the cost, and by putting more and more goods on the market, prices are bound to mod- 0soss0ssissa JEFFERSON SWEET SODAS MARKET AT SECOND SHOP STORES TOBAOOOS (The House of Mirrors) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING i Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. erate. IJAMES GREENE MONCRIEF FURNACES This Furnace will last loncer, give more heatand burn ji,. less tuel tnan any xurnace inaue, auu wo uio m experience to prove it. It is simply a matter of work steady work, every working day for every man and every woman in the country. That is the solution of high prices. Let us all speed up to our reasonable capacity. Steady, efficient work will win. EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF LOUIS.VILLE Incorporated. 0e0iet AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO INCORPORATED 3 No-w- - BLUE GRASS GARAGE ARMORY" Open. For 23uLasJLn.OfaiB ABSOLUTELY "THE OLD (Incorporated) FIREPROOF 535-37-39-- 41 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STOKAGE AUTOMOlBILES STORED AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER 8-9EO- 25 CTS. AIL MEN IN CHAIGE EXPERIENCED. 10-9E- HOOP All IXJK&PA.OE Olty PHONB-IVXcil- xx VIIIsdbuI1 SsjsBsSSBsUpRP' Guaranteed and Free. Service A Five-YeBond vrilli every furnace. PAY LATER. BUY NOW. ar XS MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. 521 WEST MARKET STREET. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. Main 2382 FRED G. JONES & Brooka nd A Sts. SASH, DOORS LUMBER LUMBER Sraaea Tsrfl INCORPORATE BASEBALL Four Games CO. ELECTRIC June . FAN Overhauled now and avoid the rush. 0 9384 HAVE YOUR Xanderson HOOVER Main THE Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS LOUISVILLE vs. stM (t 3 o'clKk. Reserved 1813 BLINDS AND MIILWORTC. Louisville, Ky. Chiiders Elect. Co. Incorporated MILWAUKEE Cmw Doors BKOadssTCDr SeU m os silt at Bwrttwyer't. Tafel Electric Co. SJ36 985 Sash ALL LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK WEST MAIN ST. Phone City C35 Main 333-33G COMPLETE LINE OF UNION City MADE SHOES Open Evenings Until Jflno 0'Cock WEST JEFFEBSON . w m Main 1134 BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER W, GLOBE TIRES CUy 1134. C Wc Buy, Sell And Quote AJMssues Of 418 Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE COLONELS STS. to 430 X. Sreoidariflffej sa Switch, loffan ft St. Cstb. IWIIIy K. 3 -- A LUMBER lvu itrsft. IX X, B R oo l LIBERTY BONDS . in Any Denomination Or Amount. npSIE TUI1AY. - rQ " or One. Million Feet oo. EJMaBKrsr x,tjjs&j&t3&. and City 12. Phone "Vct Sixteenth and Maplo Sts. One Board I Wakefield 118 & Co. ! I Both Phones-27- 50 Twelfth and Oldham South Fifth Street. City 601 Main IOO GAXJj US ! IHARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL CO. . V FOB J 1 Tat Yswds Yard mmi. lTor,:rF aad Pays Besk Fhoaes at All 1 ards. UHi :XHO0srasunY C .S- -. T,.. A. J At- .- acinic. m kOJnpany Wlln III at FIIfcath aad MagsellaJ Tard at First and , Oil and Grease . FOR AMi FORPOne Oil Compwsr Tho Louisvillo ball team will close Its present Toad trip witU a- double header at Indianapolis Monday and will bo home Tuesday to open up with tho four western teams in turn, Jack Egan'p Milwaukee clUb coming first. The Brewers have surprised many of tho dopesters by their showing thus far and the Colonels lost tho rubber gamer when in MSwtsrsMasCMunL W tar However, the M aar MiM r (MdltloB. the. old beer town. Louisville club had a fairly successful Toad trip and with the pltchors roundtag Into hje and Betzel and LAblES AND GENTS' BUITS Lamar getttag their b&Utag eye, the future looks pretty bright, Ahd the Dry Cleaned aad Pressed... $1.75 fan believe that We can beat St, Work Called For anC Delivered Paul's era.Sk obamp team, m their TekiphoBe City 8748 owtfield e only where ikoy hlae la oompwison wth th Colbaeis. Oar LOTJMVILLa OLBAOTsHf JfeJDYBBS in imt a Httto bit better aad 8S SOUTH VNT ST. , 00 1m our eateUo sjd pttobJag ataftri . KECO Where the Quick Meal Comes la the borne Is brightest ; Where the work U lightest; Where the meal is cooked best; Where the range jrtastds Where Where work la dose; Where eookhag real faij light; m Wkere baldag glree Where drada Is sight wham That's ssi That's "Qalclc whew Meal" tbe bmm "Q(ek Meal QIk Meal Gaa Kaaia 8ela, iMstallea 43LJMA-lJtf- HigUy Ksaac4 4 ittkl Vi., W MARKET ST.