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Prof. Cantrell, who was educated Friends or Irish Freedom Hear Stir- and occupied the room of Jefferson Duvls at Transylvania, was pleased ring Appeals For Bond to appear before the citizens of the great Commonwealth of Kentucky, Drlc tho homo of his ancestry, to talk as an American for the Irish Republic After dwelling on our struggle for to Cel. P. 1I.V Cnllalmn Presided Cher Independence he called attention unthe eighteen Irishmen who were CANNON POOD NOW ADORNS MILADY ; Clothes made from Unltl Rtittoa aiii ini, -- ... hibjtlon at the faishlon show Jn Now A'ork Photo shows a fow of tho pretty models and their cartrjdgo silk clothes ENTHUSED Thierry, the Argonne, Verdun and St. Mlhiel, where the "Casey" overseas workers earned lasting, fame for tho organization. From Metz the party will proceed to Nancy, r Btrasbourg and Milan, thence to . Rome L i. Af(or Rome another feature event Convention Will Be a Real Auitlon" of the trip will be an official recepSale Among tho Roodlo tion for thf Knights of Columbus In Genoa, the birthplace of ChristoCandldnten. t pher Columbus. Although the K. of REPUBLICAN '". tho Americans by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Franklin's great re ception In Ireland and the generous rcsponso of the people of that country, who shared with us their food Protestant Speakers Declare Iiish and provisions, he contrasted Eng land s oppression and tho work of Question Does Not Invohe Gathering nt Jefferson Theater. der Washington, tho aid rendered THE INTRUDER. of Religion. Senator Beckham supports the League of Natiens andc favors assistance for small nations her hired Hessians. Until British creeds and colors but Ireland. Beckham voted "Ne'' against a resolution which only expressed ascendancy Ireland was a veritable Vr beehive of education and Industry, pathy for that Ion? oppressed and persecuted eeuMtry but under British misrule has been starved and oppressed as have no other people of the world. England had professed the war was being fought for humanity and people's rights, and he insisted Cod-given, al. sym- - years, this wRl be the f,irst official visit to the home of the order's patron. From Genoa tho party will GroMiiiK Demand For Demon atic go to Nice, ifter which solemn 'rf.Piiity Leailrrs to Hutu lletk-- t will bo held at tho Shrine of ham Withdraw. Lourdes. The party of 500 will sail tfrom Vow York on tho Franco dnf August - immediately following tho K. of Near Major E,plnlns the Tnv Rate, C, Lafayette convention. William Rut Explanation Not J. McGlnley, Supreme .Secretary of the K. of who the "T Convlnlinfj. trip, cere-uionje- sf 7- have heenestabllshed thirty-eig- ht CTY LEADERS 4 -- IN AUDIENCE. v. .. u. . .will i. eoun?d''so1d ri 'Mto&mi'VJ&.U&.-&. ,&! ,., scholarshTrJTMrHlaalUouf, Protestants' andJCatholIca in large UJJUU IUO JJltJUbU ueiu$ VUJllCU uuw school work, fasbionkag thepscholar Tho meeting was In every way a numbers and all 100 'percent. Amer.& ships- - according to spiritual ""Ideals, tho Marquis de Uhambrun." member success, and despite the Eugllsh samV'powen; tp ican, friends of giving to our young men and Popo Sots Aside Entire Day For of the French Chamber of Deputies point' nas Control controneu tne itepunncan tnat and the right of all peoples to form propaganda which exists hero gavo MntcilulLsm A Sj .stein of Education thus women a power with which, as with and direct descendant of the Mar- party for years the money power. Entertainment of American their own government, composed the a great impetus to the Irish RepubWithout Liberty ami "Without tho lever of Archimedes, they may quis do Lafayette, was the principal Tho American public has been splendid .and enthusiastic audience lic bond drive. movot the world." Visitors. n Soul. speaker In thanking the K of C. amazed this week in reading the Tho next meeting of the Drive that gathered In the Jofforson TheaAnd making the application, still Tor their gift to Fiance of the Paul stories of the million dollar boodlo ter Monday night to hear Ireland's Committee and all friends and permore general, tho writer adds: n Burtlott stutuo of Larayette the fund spent In behalf of Wood. plea for the repuhllc and govern- sons connected in any way with the study of birds nor tho "Neither tho Marquis said: was while livand the others to literally buy ment of that country now seeking organization will be? held Tuesday study of nature, however humaniz- Thls Privilege Has Never Rofore ing In America "It that I learned to tho Presidency of the United States. release from the misrule and op- evening at the headquarters, 322 Iiibcral Toronto Weekly Seconds ing they may be, can bo a substitute loo my country more becauso I The day of the poor man in the Repression to which she has been so West Jefferson Streot. Been Accorded to VLsltoi-- to Condemnation of Materialistic of God; and If for the moral law saw how much America owed publican party Is over and Abraham The All the details for the bond sale long subjected by England. these do not prevail in the school Franco. But I didn't think I'd live Lincoln, If alive, would not be given Rome. stage was tastefully decorated in the have been worked out, and at the Public Education. room, and out of the school room, to see how much France would owe ovon tho post of or American and Irish colors and an meeting Tuesday evening addresses all our education is vain and useless America." by the present money orchestra discoursed American and will be made and final Instructions only makes for dust and ashes and kings who control the G. O. P. It Irish music before the speakers took given the various ward Captains and In our lives." POPE MAKES PLEA. Is apparent to every one that Senatheir places. To those having the their assistants. Sjstcm Not Criticized by Catholics ques- His Holiness Will Pontificate at There lies tho crux of tho meeting in charge It was exceedingtor Johnson Is far and away the tion. It would be folly to assume Oihmi Air Mass in Vatican Pope Benedict has Issued an en- strongest of tho Republican candiand Conscientious ProtestIirNOLH-ROSLEly gratifying to see so many of that tho situation is any different In cyclical letter, announcing that, dates, but the boodlers are now purLouisville's representative men, busGardens. ants Alone. our own country, the question of while he maintains tho claims of tho chasing blocks of nogro delegates, iness, professional and labor, presSt. Mary's church, Eighth street, management of the autocratic Hql'y Spo to temporal power, he re- from the South to stifle Johnson's to their presented n scone of extraordinary ent to give expression schools being beside tho main Issue. scinds the order foi bidding Catholic plans. From a Kentucky standfriendly feeling for Ireland and to beauty Wednesday morning, when "Gracchus" Is right in stating that rulers to visit tho King of Italy In nmusing to read the alibis give encouragement to the Irish ReIs education CLIMAX OF THE PILGRIMAGE. Rome. It Is understood the first point It is by the Bingham press and Miss public bond drive now being suc- N'c Bosler. Jr.. led to the altar Wes- - RIGHT IN Til KIR CONTENTIONS. all study uponvain unless the moral furnished Impresses tho pupils Minnie Hunold Rev. Father to visit Rome under tho the other Republican paper, the monarch cessfully conducted throughout this law of God. Bur religion and mornow conditions will be King Alfonso Loulsvlllo Herald, as to why Gov. torman performed the countrj. Preceding the meeting two celebrated the nuptial ceremony and ality based on religion may not he high mass, at Pope Benedict, In this Im- Lowden must not be confused with of Spain vocal solos were rendered by Miss For the first time In the history portant document, emphasizes the the other boodle candidates Tills Is Catholics and members of relig- taught In our public schools, and Rose Henley that put the audience which an augmented choir rondered can consequently these schools has nocpshity of "eliminating the germs because Lowden Is Bos,s Tobo Hcrt's In excellent humor and were warmly a special programme. Immediately ious denominations who maintain never attain the Ideal In education of the Vutlcan an entire da an elaborate their own parochial schools are fre been set aside by the Pope for tho of discord which have prevented the Hpccfal ihoice for the Presidency and after the ceremony annlauded. of visitors fiom full establishment of peace and seri- naturally Hert's choice Is Bobby Upon tho stage and In the boxes wedding breakfast was served at the quently charged with being narrow which the school should attain, and entertainment which conscientious Protestants and America. homo Walnut streot, This Information Is con- ously Injuring not only the temporal Bingham's iuhI tho Herald's. No weie men well Known in me reng Hunold recoptlonon was held and the In their attitude toward 'the public Catholics demand of their schools. tained In a cahlo lecelved from Interests of the nations, but the life mjstery there. But tho alibi press lous. nrofesslonal, business and so wheie a C. B. of C. V. la true Rome by William J.- - McGlnley, of and spirit of Christianity ns taught have failed to oxplain why Lowden tho clal life of the city, who gave hearty bride and groom receivedfriendsfelici- system of education. doIt overstep that rvow York, Supreme Seciotary of b) tho Lord's Prayer und the ex- spent nearly half a million dollars and sometimes., Oahollcs tho approval to the pointed utterances tations of a legion of Is GRADUATES. PRESENTATION Tho bride the lovely mark In their opposition to public tho Knights of Columbus, from K. amples of oar Savior " In conform- of his own In trying to corral deleof the two speakers, both of whom rdmlrers. Edity with this principle, the letter of C European Commissioner wore native Amerlrans anu non daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry schools, though In principle they gates. Ploase don't omit ,Lowden Sixteen girls will bo graduated ward L. Hearn. the Popo "forgives those who when boodle and corruption fund Catholics, and who proved conclus Hunold and Is a young woman of may be and usually are right in In an audience granted to Com- during tho war distorted his Inten- candidates aro mentioned. ively that the matter of religion was many accomplishments, anu tne their contentions. Tho agitation for from the Presentation Academy the Popo Benedict tions and tarnished his work." He jiot involved and had no place In lucky groom Is the popular and suc- and against the proposed creation morning of Juno 14 In tho chapel of missioner Ileum Tho suggestion In the columns of object of tho Educaact the Irish question, as tho constitu- cessful manager of tho Tyler Hotel of a Federal Department of Towner tho school. Miss Florence Broderlck stated that ho would personally who adds that the chief help humanity, the Kentucky Irish American that Catholic Church Is to as host to the 500 Knights tion, such as .the Smith and tion and laws of tho new republic Senator Beckham be asked to withflist bills provide, has produced examples has been awarded second honors. Miss would vlfclt Rome during their pil- and appeals to bishops to teach their draw for the sake of parly success LAST PERFORMANCE. were modeled after that of tho honors, and grimage to Europe, beginning Au- flocks tho necessity of foiglveness Lillian Wortham of such criticism. But it should be Miss United States and accorded freedom has met with widespread and favor-ubl- e Ruth Goldman third honors. "The Lass of Limerick Town" remembered that tho public system Tho graduates aro blisses Virginia gust 7 at tho close of the K. of C and charity. comment In the reorganisaof conscience and worship as did Continuing, the Pontiff renows In New those of our own country. S. J. will make her farewell bow tomor- of schools Is not criticised by Cath- Barry, Florenco Broderlck, Henrietta Lafayette conventionpontlflcato York protest mado by his predecessors the tion methods tho past fow months perfor was a weak spot It McEUlott, Chairman of the Bond row evening at Bertrand Hall, this olics and conscentlous Protestants Evers, Agnes Finegan, Catherine His Holiness will sonally an open air mass In tho the purpose of protecting tho rights wherever there by the withdrawal of A recent expression of tho Furey, was eliminated Drive Committee, called the gather- being the sixth and last performance alone. Ruth Goldman, Antoinette Vatican at Gardens, arter which he and dignity of the Holy See and asks the Incumbent or Incumbents of tho ing to ordort and after expressing of this charming little operetta, two liberal Statesman of Toronto, Can., Gross, Hlues, Evelyn Ernestine party through the that, once peace being As for Instance, thanks to Col. James P "Whallen extra performances being added this Is a striking instance in point. King, Allno O'Conor, Beatrice Ratt, will conduct tho Peter's and show the abnormal conditions affecting party machinery In tho lssuo of April 17 of that Allno Chawk, Cecilia Sullivan, Mar- Vatican and St. and Judge Allen Kinney for their as- week in response to popular demand. tho State Central and Executive of tho church shall also be article enand historic sistance and courtesies he presented Tho two alternate casts proved quite weekly there appears an Gathering," garet Emhoff, Lillian Wortham and thoni tho art treasures Church. This the head to an end as, he says, they Committees were reorganized and brought library of Iho Catholic Col. P H. Callahan, who presided. an attraction, as the average person titled "An Educational reports local Jefferson County Commit- Mabel Bruce. privilege has never been accorded are prejudicial to tho tranquility of the withdrew in a body. Now Itf Is i and "When Col. Callahan stepped for- who attended ono performance be In which "Gracchus" tee h The tho peoples. His Holiness urges the pjaln to everyone that Beckham annual before to visitors- to Romo. comments on the ward he was greeted with rounds own of his FAREWELL TO KENTUCKY. Popo hao also consented to have mo nations to join together fraternally would be a weak candidate for Sennt minimise, which was repeated came a victim returned or her how convention of the teachers of curiosity and to see tion pictures taken of the cere- to reduce. If not to eliminate, tho In gentlemen when he expressed appreciation of well tho other cast handled their Toronto. In tho course of the report The Rev. Georgo M. Connor, who monies In tho Vatican Gardens. The mllltaiy expenditure which Is weigh- ator nnd tho tho party foremostask we read that one of the educators should tho honor and declared this country parts. you have failed to see present, a Rev. Dr. Bruce Taylor, loft Louisville over a year ago in K. of C. pilgrimage will first go to ing heavily upon tho finances of tho If seekIn was always the refuge of those announce either you are missing a treat,' and of health, which he found on MeU for the unveiling by Marshal various States. Ho sets for that lilm to Beckham his withdrawal. the was awarded ing freedom and was the closest get in line for the farewell appear- designated the Ontario system of search 1914 high mass couneducation as "our materialistic and the Pacific coast, sang the, sermon to Ferdinand Foch of 'the Lafayette the danger of fresh conflagrations nomination In the August primary, and dearest to all of us. 'This evening. statue which the Knights are pre- will thus bo rendered more remote autocratic system of education, with- and preached his farewell try had responded to many appeals ance tomoirow a bitter fight by a close marat St. out liberty and without soul." In his congregation morning. William's senting to France. The party of and that Independence and terri- after Tho men refused like that now being made by PresiFather 500 will arrive In Rome about the torial integrity, within its Just fron- gin. support him following the priMOURN HIS DEATH. opposition to a challenge of this church Sunday dent Do Valera and related by blood to tiers, will be Insured to every na- mary, and they were In large numapstatement by tho former Minister of Conner has been persuaded to re-- first week In September. and tradition, he felt that this In tho climate whloh has re- died Saturday Local Knights of Columbus are tion. The Pontiff declares that tho bers. Men "In the liquor business, John peal was stronger than any with morning E. Brownhome, 1136 Zano Education, Gracchus endorses this main his health and where clergy at his applications for membership church will not fall to adds- - "We must say,tored crltlclsm and which he had "been, identified. He - Ming forthcoming K. of C. pilgrim-ag- o with this association of peoples with cigar trades and thousands of DemoIn welcomlaymen years. tho n tho urged his hearers to make a sacri- street, at was age of sixty in tho that we regard Mr. Taylor'a deslg-- 1 and him. Hohave united were sore at the lugging of will be attached to the well known to Europe on which, by decision an efficiency to which history bears cratsprohibition question Into Demnatlon as well directed. If the edu ing fice to hejp along this cause, which Deceased the having been a pioneer member cational system of Ontario during church of tho Most Holy Redeemer of Popo Benedict XV., September 1 witness. means so much to Ireland and also city, ocrats councils. After quite a time Wednesday even- will In Hibernians tho Vatimeans much to this country, as of tho Ancient Order ofthose out of the past ten yearsdohas not been au- ingSan Francisco. of St. William's can. be American day atKnights of they were beguiled into voting for " OWENSRORO. the members ready to aid On that day 500 not know what nor there would be neither peace jus- and always or In want and distress. tocratic then we Beckham 1n the November election meetemployment autocratic means. If it had made congregation held a farewellConnor, Columbus, led by Supreme Knight happiness until Iroland attained who contended Elghty-sJ- x County" Mayo, Ire- fdr anything more than materialism ing and for Father candidates wore initiat- by leadersgood politics to getthat it Flaherty, of Philadelphia, James A. Beck- tice and her full share of liberty He was born In this country while we be who Is woll loved hy them. guests of HIa Holiness ed at Owensboro Sunday afternoon would away will be the land, hut came to have been unable lo trace its and freedom. from hero nnd that ne.. gardens at the twentieth Initiation of the ham resided Idealistic workings. Perhaps it has and the Vatican, and Its "Walter Hollo way was the first in his vouth and has since grateful to them for their, LAUDS PQPITB PEACE. will ba closed ito all other visitors Knlchts of Columbus. Sarto Council. would bo speaker and told his audience hatn in Louisville. byFor many years he been working In conjunction with Catho- - This makos the total membership of support. uau heaven and the higher things of tho by order of tho head of the and N. tho the iseuo hefore thorn was an Amerl-nn- was employed whichL.ho left to en soul, but, we doubt is The Pope Benealet'a efforts to re- lio church, who will personally en- tho Knights of Columbus In Daviess county, rest homo history Jefferson, the spiritual afnuestlon. His ancestors, he said, road Company,grocery business, and of many of the the county more than 500. The Initia filiation." establish peace la Pwope during the tertain the visiting Knights. inft Eneland 300 years ago to get gage In the men, rolled up a ma Armory, was at- good nature Tho day at the Vatican .will bo tion, hold at tho A strong condemnation Indeed. war wore exioMed by Cardinal out from under tyranny, and there- -' his senlal smile and At jority of 12,213 for him against nn,ln,1 Ut lmrwltw1a rt Tnfrrltta C. pilgrimC yet one which thinking at a Logue, will bo fore Ids eyes were not ounaeu 10 Though missed by a host of friends. And women will subscribe to. men banquet Primateat, theIreland, Collogo the climax in tho K. ofunvolllng of the banquet which tallowed Judge1 Gov. Wlllson, a rwl'nt and PopHlaf age to .Europo for theIrish. extromoly American, ho had and For xlrea Imperialism. After mentionBritish Loulsv lie Bee k ham s ma- his "Gracchus" and the "Statesman" on Monday. "There was not ono of tho Bartlett statue of Lafayette Ring, St Louie, was the principal ing those who aided "Washington in never forgotten tho land ofacross Tightly ""-- . ........ i " trips refrain from exaggerating President WHsoo'b 'fourteen points which tho K. of C. ore presenting to sneaker. The Knignts ot uoiumnus ju" winning our Independence the speak- birth and made several aged mother the Deiuocratlo the charge of unwise local or pro- that war not teetoded In the Pon tho French Republic. The statue have just opened their now homo. Sonator Camden, short terrt that Catholic, declared the ocean to vielt his er, who is not a by Bransford residence, purchased nominee for tho be unveiled in Metz on August the schools died. not 1 the Irish question wareligiona amo-a before sheBridget He is survived to vincial management of serious ques- tiff's peace eea4 war he declared. will by Marshal Foch and President the every effort 21 with its furnishings from Judge ' year, had a.majority of 1 ,000. im . "During the la Moran Brown, and take up the mote his wife, but or tion of any race la one ofimeuiaioiy for JuetJee and whom many tinder their sympathy. tion of the phllloeophy by whleh was ma4e to nam the Pope to lde Deecbanel will accept it in behalf of Lawson RenoJ The homoOwensboro, me surpnaoiohowihk im oikuu tremendous emotion ui muy jxcviwwiq or another hut France. Previous to the unveiling the most beautiful In human question demand- Funeral eervices were held Monday they are guMed in Instruction. "Let with one' tell the; liberty n arrow. He the K. of C. will be the gueets of and $40,000 will he expended for an began his series of attacks now. The reeaone moraine at 8t. William's church, m not decelTe ouraclvee," .the ar- he went ing MtUefawt triumph over the French Government on a tour of addition to Include a gymnasium, were that under many betec prewmt to pay a trtttutt ticle eoatinuea. "What our erttool made "(Coatteued on Wxth for our reTOiirtJoa system, in tM province, needs la oppr the French battlefields, Chateau auditorium and swimming pool. 0 ,xM' to Ms MBO17. Id BrHtom Jaw i ,5v"2fM, by-th- CONDEMNED neither more, nor more petty ,crlttem. ItffaeedH. tho strong han'dtW .a3rtee eduSAaterY, whp almtiMi mm K. OEf. states that France has awarded standing to tho party anjl guaranteed that the trip will be profiteer-proo- f given At 'a "dinner jointly In CROOKS HAVE HARVEST WEEK. Paris by Edward L. Hearn, of New York. 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' the nations. should be The argument that' the men per TJMK FOR CARE. to tholr cotin-(jj- y formed a real service affects affects More- than 30,000 Is sound. days are coming, and The vacation affects of battle were killed on the field fathersand mothers should bo very COLONEL GREEN ADOPTS MS NINTH AVAR ORPHAN good and the Injured numbered four particular affects ill., abouU where their chilof Col, K II R. Green, son of the late Hetty Green, and little Jenny The relatives times that man dren go during vacation time. Dur- Turpaud. the ninth French war orp nan to be adopted by him. The be confined to should these men who wore killed and ing the school term the children are little girl arrived recently from Fra nco on She was those who were Injured ale tntltled undor good influence while they are whisked from the Immigration stat Ion to the the Lorraine. profit and loss alone there should be a coWaldorf Astoria Hotel in to peculiar consideration by our peo- away from home. operation of sentiment. is part of every It is not always a beautiful limousine. Mile. Turpa lid's father was a French war hero killed early in the great conflict. ple. This much is clear. But the so in vacation time. man's nature, that in order to do himself jusway proposed to raise $2,000,000.-00- 0 tice he must feel himself an integral part of COMING EVENTS is not so clear. It is proposed Mr. and Mrs. James C. O'Brien PAPERS UNFAIR. plan is to left Monday for Akron, Ohio, whore .the institution he works for, whether he be to tax war profits. The "More troops for Ireland" is the St. June 10 Strawberry festival of they will spend a few days with raise the money from corporations the janitor or the manager. Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Swift heforo Paul's church, Pleasure and Individuals who exacted large frequent headline in almost every Park, afternoon ami evening. going to New York and other Eastto is to pull pay for war goods and made for- - dally newspaper you tnke up. Yet Juno 16 St. Peter's parish picnic ern points. Before returning Mr. tunea out of the necessities of the not .a single editorial condemning on church grounds, Seventeenth and and Mrs. O'Brien will visit St. Louis, everybody down to one common level of whore they will be tho guests of conflict. This is a beautiful theory the Prttssianistlc Government of Garland. mediocrity but to encourage individual Mr. and Mrs. John Rainev and Mrs. hut wholly impractical. Those ex- Engldnd for doing worse In Ireland 2,1 June .Mooniignt excursion of 13. Monohan to work in effort to initiative, traordinary receipt for war mate than Germany ever was accused of Hibernian Social Club on Steamer East St. Loois. Tho marriage of Miss Rita Rhodes raise the general level of living and opporrials have been paid In and paid doing in Belgium. and Mr. Louis W. Strobel will tako out; they have been distributed for tunity. place at St. Charles Borromeo Tho Postoffice- Department has wages and materials and profits and church next Wednesday afternoon at no way to follow them. So shown profits during the year, hut "Open Shop" The thoro is 4 o'clock, and Immediately followof ing the ceremony tho happy young there Is no way to carry out this they wereonade at the expense of offers direct contact between employe and couple will leave on an Eastern method of a bonus by taxing sur- the faithful and loyal workers In n employer. A exchange and conbridal tour. They have the best Our mall man plus profits. When the peoplo de- our mall service. wishes of their host of friends for sideration of mutual difficulties makes for pay never strikes even a just reward termine to tax themselves and married Mr. and Mrs. "Leo Schultcn have a hnppy and prosperous complete understanding and harmonious efthe? bill and not attempt to push it for his laborious services. moved Into their now homo on Cher-ke- e life. along on some wealthy class they road. fort. Mrs. Winifred Ridgo, of IndianWILL NOT nowx. will do somehlng that has pointy in apolis, a sister of the late Major Miss Ethol Angeineler will return EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF LOUISVILLE. it. This thing of trying to shift "the hore The local newspapers that refused next week from Nazareth Academy Patrick Ridge, wasguest on a visit Incorporated. this week as 'the of her burden doesn't work. The classon an advertisement at Bardstown. of the meeting of Mrs. Mary Ridge. which It is Imposed will shift it Capt. James W. KInnarney, Pof Irish Freedom, alalong and relieve itself of ns much tho Friends Miss Edna Boone has returned though accompanied by a certified from a visit to friends in Bardstown lice Superintendent of the Kentucky of the burden as possible. The railRacing Association, Dr. John T. chock, will find that such tactics as and Nazareth. Chawk. Paddock Judge, and Col. roads are said to need $1,000,000,-00- 0 wll) not crush or stittothe George B. Barrett and Charlie and two billion for the bonus these Mr. and , will but on the make their Mis, Marvin Lewis Hill Bather, of the cashier department, to be add- demand for t' will require three billions home at Crescent headed a party of Louisville men Congress other hunt! will inspire the patriots for tho summer. ed to the national debt. who wont to Latonia last night, to do their utmost. The meeting has'tho matter up and there are all was Mlssos Minnie Murray and Agnes where thoy will be employed during purpose of spreadkinds of discordant voices in the ing called for the Byrne, of Clifton, spent tho week- the races. the truth about Ireland's fight end visiting friends at country. What is needed Is an adLatonia. OPERATIC SUCCESS. prejuministration that will cut out all the for freedom and tho narrow dice act of refusing publicity will Paul J. Coloman has arrived graft and extravaganec and un"Tho Lass of Limerick Town," home after a business trip to Knox-vlll- e the mirthful and musical comic necessary expense and give us an be condemned by any, fair minded and other points South. opera given by the young folks of absolutely economical government. citizen regardless of their views on the Irish question. Truth crushed Mrs. William J. Barry, of Kansas St. Louis Bertrand congregation. In VJ.ien wo have that wo can meet City, and imio ,iiaugnter Eleanor which thoy have scored a pronouncrise again. ed success, will have Its last perrt"'f1S-1iii- i jis.quejtlsnfaJnviJUmajlie. -to r are hore on a vTslI to rolatlv es. formance tomorrow evening. ' So ROMANTIC COMIC OPERA ululon dollars? will not be ieS?'-tw0 MARSE HENRY SPEAKS. appropriated, bill the question ought Margaret Green well, of largo was the attendance that six InMiss Henry Watterson, former "editor Southern Parkway, had as her week stead of four performances woro UNDER AUSPICES OF fairly and squarely. to necessary to accommodate the peoof the who has end guest Miss Christino DodsoiK qf ple eager to attend. Father Cummins made many unerring predictions the iiarastoxvn. QUESTION I'I TO MAJORITY. have made and his company many express a past few years, is a bitter opponent Misses Bertha and Evelyn Ferg such hope hlf that organization ni;i Secrotary Colby has put the ques- of the Impossible League of Nations entortained with a linen shower at the that the tion of the recognition of tho Irish and a third term for Wilson. Marse their home In Al Fresco Place lu be continued. Republic squarely up to Congress, or Henry truthfully says there is no de- honor of Miss Mary Henry. DAUGHTERS OK ISABELLA. ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S CHURCH rather to the Repuplican majority. mand for the of Wllsbn, Mrs. Arthur Crowe had as her poltheir This is certainly a smart hit of and it there Is any office in this guest last week her sister, Mrs. Lee All Daughters, of Isabella and themitics. It will not, however, explain country from President down to Owens, who has returned to her friends are congratulating selves on tho successful performtho silence of the,, administration on Constable for which only one man Is homo at New Paris, Ohlot ance of "Oh! Oh! Cindy The drathis question. The administration fit, then abolish, the office, for tho of Louisville visitors in New York matic and musical talent out the orbrought to the has been ready enough to address man might die. City tho past week wero Mr. and ganization waswere Congress on questions of less imMrs. S. F. Harold, J. G. Galloway, full and theyjoined ablyassisted by p. m. with them to othors who WINNING POLICY. P. B. Sharp and R. M. Smith. portance to the United States than make thn nerformanco a success. this', for it goes "without saying that meeting of We have reason to place some RESERVED SEATS 65 CTS GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CTS. The marriage of Miss Edith The regular s WHIjj ii i an Irish Republic would be the best place the organization will i mi am- - j crodence In the report from Dublin Moran and Richard Raymonjl John- Sunday afternoon at tho take Visitation guarantee of world peace, inasmuch that efforts are being made by the ston will tnke"hlace today afihe rec- Home. as It would place a heavy handicap British Government to open negotia- tory of St. Louis Bertrand church. SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION on "British navallsm, which is a tions with the Sinn Fein leader, STRAWBERRY Mrs. Edward Blrdsong. fruitful source of strife amongst tho says the True Voice. Whether any ton. Ohio, was this week of HamilCONFECTIONERY GUNN'S AND BAKERY tho guest m i The Ladles' Society of St. Paul's . nations, and would thus secure the thing will como from this move Is of her sister, Mrs. John Whulen, at church. Pleasure Ridge, wlll hold freedom of the seas for which our, quite another mattor. It all de- - 514 East Spring street, New Albany. their annual strawberry festival on 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. boys fought and died. Hedging and Mends on what terms the British Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vetter enter- tho parish grounds on Thursday, hairsplitting on this question will Government Is willing to offer. CerCity B74June 10. The 'festivities will start Phone MiJ-irttained In honor of Mr. and Mrs. not serve the Secretary and his tainly even Lloyd George and the Joseph J. NVumeyer upon their re- at I! p. m. and S p. m and a good CENTRAL CONSUME All are Invted and time Is assured party; instead it will show that most pronounced Tories must real turn last week from their wedding udmlsslon will he free. Tako either home rnlq trip. while his .party goes out of Its way ize now that the lAin.m.tr kV. r?$,tf bus or country iir to the grounds. lBarr mii Miiiimuiv u luuure. I'uriiu- . to make the world safe for British mont is may enact it. but the neonlo Mrs. James P Langan, of 1035 SCHOOL PICNIC. imperial exploitation it has no voice of Ireland will never accept It as Iif Seventh street, was taken to Sts. to ratee for the liberty of an an- any sense a settlement of .heir just Mary and Elizabeth Hospital ThursThe members of St. Boniface con SUNDAY 9 A. M., 2:30 P. M. grievances. The Government has day with a threatened attack of cient people. gregation havo been meeting every I ll.tm?!ffrrrcrn carried Its gamo of bluff to the pneumonia. arrangeMONDAY 9 A. M., 2:30 P. M. Fiiflay evening to completo limit. But bluff has not deVP AGAINST US. ments for the annual school picnic, ceived nor terrified the men who are Mrs. Edward Schuster, wlio unnpklne freedom for Irnlnni!. Their derwent an operation at Sts. Mary which will take ilaco Juno 22. Tho BrUish shipping Interests are up plan of passive resistance and their and Elizabeth Infli'mary, is now at closing exercises of this parochial 20, but will be hqld You Want MOONLIGHTS uireuuy ueieaieu her homo on Southern Parkway and school arrangements on Junenot been II , nreveniiice in arms aca nst tne nronoseu rating have final of her own ships by the United tho game of bluff and terrorism Is convalescing. I epmpleted. A Beverage MONDAY 8 P. M. SUNDAY 8 P. M. After a period of military terrorism States. She can not understand why that exceeded anything to which Mrs. L. A. Blandford entertained Dancing Free. Myers and Howell Union Orchestra. WILLS HONOR MEDAL. America does not continue to acwas subjected under the Ger- with a delightful lurichcon at her ji ThatStimuiates cept Lloyd's, any more than they man occupation the British Govern- homo In Crescent Hill In honor of For the first time since the Confinds Itself In a worse and Satisfies. pan understand the purpose of ment than when the terrorism condi- her sisters, Mrs. M. E. Elliott and gressional Medal of Honor was jl tion start- Mrs. W. L. Mackln. ' America to become commprcially ln- -. ed. medal has been left In a created tho One thing Is certain tho NOW dependent of England Insofar as tho camouflage home rule bill will be next of to Harry P. "Sllbernagel announces will of someone other than It was the hero to' whom ocean carrying business lb concern- allowed to die a painless death. the engagement of his sister, Miss kin PILGRIM STEEL HULL STEAMER awarded. Chaplain John B. Do f. ed. It is a curious fact that Eng- There has been no effectual opposi- Anna H. Sllbernagel, to T. A. tion to it In Parliament, but all now yeddlng will tako place Valles. of New Bedford, Mass., who Trips Every Sunday. Dancing on Boat and at drove The To land regards every attempt of the know that It Is worse than futile. served overseas with the 104th InBroadway ArrjveGrbve 19 at St. Columba's church. Now Albany Portland fantry s a Knights of Columbus United States to do its own business Whethor present conditions In Ire- June 10:45 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 9:15 a. m. 1st Boat leaves 9:00 n. m. chaplain, and who died within half n Its own way as an act of treason land are to go on Indefinitely or 3:30 p. m. 1:45 p. m. 1:30 p. m. 2nd Boat leaves 1:15 p. m. Mrs. M. J. Bannon left Tuesday an hour after hearing of tho award Made From Choicest whether some settlement Is coming for New York and will sail today on II deserving condign punishment, hence no SECOND BOAT ItETUItNINQ LEAVES GROVE 4:30 P. M. of the Congressional medal, has one can say at present. Condi j Grain and Hops. MOONLIGHT EVERY SUNDAY AND THUR.SDAY NIGHTS we must not be surprised to learn for Coblenz, tions can scarcely be worse, and just the Princess Montloknwill spend the willed the medal and his other war Germany, where nhe Boat leaves Portland 8:00 p. m. New Albany 8:15 p. m.' 'that a suggestion of possible war be In this lies the hope of a change for 6iimm'cr with her daughter, Mrs. decorations to Elm Hill Council of Returning 11:00 p. m. the K. of C. at Dprcheater, Mass., of There have been distween their country nndours was the better. 1K0O Klcctric Lights RVERYWHHBE Dancing Steam Caliopc Jazz Orchestra ' turbances which are reported to Jessie M. Kreber, and Lieut. Kreber. which ho was a member. The II cheered by the Unionists In the For Information council at Dorchester has voted to Jf American newspapers as riotlngs and Order Case Sent " Commons the other day. Of co'urse, murders, There has been opposition Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaughnessy build J. ,T. MARSHALL, 214 STATE STREET, NEW ALBANY, IND. a monument to Father I Homo Teasy"" CUMB. PHONE 1051 HOME PHONE 145J.-A- this was only a bit of, bluff, but It to British rule, and there have been announce tho engagement of their DeValles, who was the first chaplain shows how dearly the British ruling several murders by the military po- daughter. Miss Nora Shaughnessy, to recoive the Congressional medal CITY II . HOMK i lice.. No doubt, too, there has been to Ed.ward M. Becht. The wedding loves us. ENTERTAINMENTS WORLD'S LARGEST PARISH. PJRIVATE PICNICS retaliation against the military pow- will take place June 15 at St. Ce II er of the oppressor. But on the cilia Church. j CtHtrt! Grove) GROTE'S SURELY AN ISSUE. Tho largest parish in the world is, whole the the policy of passive reCo&jiHwrs 1 j In tho Beautiful Park on Lincoln Highway Mrs. Mary A. Huss announces the or rather was, Father John sistance has been followed consistII Father Spannb'auer Berved II INCORPOIUVTRn William J, Bryan, does not want ently by the Sinn Foln element. marriago of her daughter. Miss STOWER'S STATION, EIG&TEENTH STREET KOAD Tho for many months as a Knights of Huss, to Louisville, Ky. j .the treaty and League of Nations to That policy Is winning for them thus wnddlntr took John E. Black. Mav Columbus chapkdn with the A. E. For Engagements Call GROTE'S, 410 West Jefferson St. nlftco Tuesday. far and we believe It will ultimately be n iss'uo In the coming election, gain the freedom which thoy seek. J 8, vln the rectory of St. Charles F. in Siberia, beflne the solo snlritual Phones City 042 and Main 9392 tut says both should be ratiflod Borromeo church, the Rev. Father minister to some 70,000 men in an ' area of more than two thousand Charles P. Raffo officiating. with suitable reservations at once. PRAY FOR OUR DEAD. sauare milea. for he attended not WHAT OTHERS THINK IMPOSSIBE WE DO " Ot coarse, nothing would please Pope Benedlc XV. devoted part Mr. and (Mrs. C. C. Cullen an- only Americans but other forces co-- j' ALSO EXTERT WELDING AND GENERAL AUTO ItEPAIRINC! Dryaa better than to bo able to of his time Sunday to prayers tor nounce the marriage of their daugh- operating with the A. B, F., making until the lasf Americans embarked BRAZING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 'Wnl np, in the convention and say American soldiers who died upon the ter. Miss Oladys Marie Cullen,' to his headquarternat the K. C. Club. for home and ho was assured that "tyrth the corriing of , the would leave on thy Republican majority djd y battlefield of France and Germany, John Joseph Connltf, which took Vladivostok. carried on his, the next transport. from both trefcty and Xeaguo and accordingL.to a cable meAeage Com- - place, en April 10, at St. Loute Ber- the Americans h ikbaut all Eastern tor America. He has Then he left a record of TWENTY-SECONEuropean AND MAPLE STREETS traad'A Edward eburea. tm attefluauts ministration thro jbL.. ... . .. .. . - .. j .. them mlssloar of Hearn. uve imvd tke President to-- put NlgUt Call Seatk the Haights of Colttra were Miss Myrtle geere and Jaraa iliueria, toe ocir wwiw cnapiain rt years uevuiiun 10 iae cau-s- is Day Call Shawnee a78 17 I Sulllvaa. through. wold lave the cen-- j JMi In that yaat SpiaM oc territory, wwm .. JiCJ , -! Jl'ST uoxrs. 1 stand each other. They must work and operate together, as one, to one end their mutual Their Z& . are mutual their mutual. effort Whatever the one, either, other, and whatever or the Public for not Co-operation interests It The way Progress not I SOCIETY. 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The Sisters otCharlty f Nazareth, My prices are reasonably, give me a trial and I will coavince you. Ky., v?lll be In charge of the school, NORTON BUILDING which will be opi September 1 L. N. next. Marshall, the rector, Father r M.y. Corner Fourth andJt ffirsen hopes ultknaitelyi to develop the "newee of Optical Serrlee" Jeweler and Optician school into a regular 8ta.te'orma to SS8 WIST JIFTXRSOX STJIT uppty the Med of 'tk aoutheni Waklnfcm, Q C, AtMNet S, 7 the greatest Importance hi Oatholie part of OrecoB. t and. piomlMt to bean event of student clreiea Hfar4 i aad Miatk aad Magaall. ii Americans and friends of America must stand guard, against tho re newed British attempts to navo tho United States agreo to a "pooling of war dobts." The object of this move Is to force the United States to assume at least if not more, of all tho expense incurred by tho Allies beforo this country entered tho war. This would, of course, result in cancellation at a very considerable part of Britain's "financial indebtedness to us and would forco the assumption by tho United States of a largely increased debt. Every American cltuen, particularly every person who pays a tax of any kind, must realize the lurking danger behind tho IlrUteh scheme to have Vho walrdebtes pooled. one-fifth, SUBTLETl" AND INTRIOUE. ples. Subtract British perfidy, selfishness and sinister propaganda from tho present world confusion, and the result woum not bo so dlsheartea- i"K. nace your linger upon any trbublo zone and you will find that the political interests of Great Britain bavo a dominating influence. In Russia, Germany, France, Ireland, Somallland, Egypt, Afghanistan, Near East and Far East, trouble everywhere, and overywhore the oloud of British subtlety and in trigue, Hovering oyer and darkening me imure or. tneso lands and peo, irrnl LOUISVILLE. T- tire-proo- f, steam-heate- d 4; PARRAKEET Mineralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated Olro your hoy an education that will prepare them for lift St. 113 Xavier's CoIIesrc FOR TRT3 BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAIi WATER Parkway 406 I ICV NOW IS THE TIME FOR STRAW HAT CLEANING Avoid the rush by consulting us now. PANAMA HAT CLEANING AND hffarite Mi BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY Classical, Sclentlflo and Business courses. Preparatory Department, Large Swimming' Pool, Well Equipped Terms moderate. Bro, Benjamin, DIr. Qym-naslu- W. Broadway, lonlavllle, Xj. Conducted by the Xaveriaa Brothers. m. CORNS,BUNlONS IblfflkaW Bc s .' r - STUDENT MISSION CRUSADE. ssst Wrl NtHt SeiHtWciFnM I Or. Uriah Z. LHsiy NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS Albert Smith, Prop. 335 W. MARKET ST City 240G C1G1 l ""(a Cblrdlt 897 Stark MmlHlmt Betk Pheiea ' Main 1148 R ACDEMY FOR ORECION. PEARLMAN'S .' Tho growth, of the Catholic Students' Mtaftioa Crueade recently has been very satisfactory to Its leaders. Three thousand new members have been affiliated with tho movement within the past three months. That these student are really in earnest in missionary suUters is evidenced by the aetivMbn reported through the varioua waMs. The second eeavenMia of the Crusade is to be heW at tU Catholic University, Jia-tloi- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Both Phones . City 6299 WIELAND-0RUT0HE- REUTLINGER & CO. , FIRE Adolph Reutllnger Incorporated 00, INSURANCE OARAQK Garford TrHcks 124-12- ' ' al TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATK GLASS fr SOUTH THIRD STRBBT ColHabia Trucks Sterlsg and Repakteg. BAST MAIN STJtBBT Used Cars for Sale. ServJee Day , aad NJaM 6 a v JKBu:MJOICY IRIAH AMBHIOAK. 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 readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. 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We Use All Modern Appliances in the Ellniinutleu of Pain. DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT MEN AND MODERN CinNERY. FACILITIES TO SERVE THE MOST PARTICULAR Wo Call For And Deliver Your Suit PARKWAY 124; South PRESSING MA- - Park , J CLAUDE MILLER? Manager Park 124; South 651-- 0 Plenty--COAL--PIen- ty 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phone City 4GP3 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. LEAGUE OF NATIONS COUNCIL MEETS IN LONDON. Phone City 4503 T. E. Yann Dajry Co. Incorporated 608-51- 0 J. M. BUCKNER Arthur Balfour, ol England, addressing the first council of the League of Nations held in St. James to right, Baron Mataul of Japan, Mr. Balfour; M. Leon, Bourgols, Palace In London. At the table, loft President of the League of Nations; Sir Eric Drummond, Secretary Gen eral; Magglorlno Ferraris, of Italy; M. Paul Hymans and M. Quinones do Leon, of Spain. WHOLESALE ST. LOUISVILLE SOUTH WENZEL TOBACCONIST 000 WEST SIAIN STREET KENTUCKY ARTHUR LYNCH Both Phones 4203 JOHN B. O'LEARY ft OO. Nat. Jewelry & Leather Shop Sees In Question of Irish Freedom Headquarters for nn Important Election 607 WEST WALNUT ST. PBOPBilTY Opp. B. F. Kelth'B Notional CITY AND FARM Factor. Theatre 8m ua about anything la real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIA- eell, buy and rent. state. We MONDS, WATCHES, RINGS, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, A Domestic Problem For England Home Phone City 4464. TRUNKE, ETC. and an American Problem BEH POOLEY FOR MONBY. THE VERY BEST as "Well. Loans to thoco bavins regular inno publicity comes or salary, frith r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. De Vnlera Has Secured Mnln Points F. R. POOLEY, of Programme. He Set Building, 1, Bm 415Courier-JournSOFT DRINKS 8. Fourth Street. Out For. Homo Phone, Shawnee 802 EPPING'S HENRY GOSS Tin Roofs Repaired and Pointed Asphalt Shingles a Spccclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY al FURNAS ICE CREAM QUALITY P .H 0 0. 712 WEST BRECKINRIDGE ICE CREAM ST. ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING POTENT POLITICAL FORCES. City I860 ONES: South 2500 DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE BAMBLY AJ1 721; OO. RENDERING SHOE BROS. BTORBS Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'8 Store Shaw. 1716 Mta and Portland. City 7164 18th and Magazine Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS Ml HTM WITH THE South Louisville Bank Foartb and Central AvCase, Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A JosephHubbuch Sr. & Dealers in H.B0SSES0N Son Funeral and WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDQ.. 1130.1128 WEST MARKET ST. City 2582 Main 2582 & CO. Incorporated FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNQ MEN Furnishings and Caps 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 60 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em M. J. STRIEQEL JOHN B. WATHEN ruRNrruRB moving and PACKING 6S0 Booth Tweaty-glxtf- e Arthur Lynch, noted physician and author, who was Colonel of the Irish Brigade on the Boer aide- In GLOBE SECURITY ft LOAN OO the South African war and Colonel IfioorporaUd. of a British regiment in the world war in 191 , writing from London A. Lazar, Manager last week, says the Irish question is Moaoy Advanced oa Your Plain Hot not simply a domestic mattor for 812 West Jefferson BtrcM England; it is an American problem (Second Flor) as well. It Is becoming and I believe this is the view of Sir AuckHome Phone City 2967. land Geddes a world problem, and it must be solved In terms that correspond to this conception. In the JNO. P. MORTON & CO. United States there Is a population of Irish origin three times as large INCORPORATED as that left In Ireland, and Irish Na , Louisville, Ky tionalists are wont to exaggerate the Established 1820 Importance of this fact, believing it represents a solid block as warm in OFFICE OUTFITTERS as native Irish themSTATIONERS PRINTERS sentimentThis the not the case. The is selves. sons and grandsons of Irish rebels PBOFIJS'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION become good American citizens first Incorporated turn aside Clttza&a of all, and sometimes Was Orgranlxea by from Irish movements. to Make X, O A W B On the other hand, great numbers of the of Irish Colts in Amerioa On Furniture ana Othr Fenonal Property at third or fourth generation are more LOWEST RATES bitter In hatred and more uncomCOLEMAN BUILD1NO promising than most of tho NationalTheso people are tho S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON ists at home. 2886 Both Phones mainstay of the Sinn Fein movement. There are also millions of American people who, although not possessing Irish names, have Irish blood in their veins and who boast of Irish affinities accordingly. It must not be assumed that the rest Directors of the population Is though there are many who' are more fervent in admiration of BritEtnbalmers. ish institutions than Britons themselves. These are men of the type Telephone 1022 of International bankers, big pubCOO BJ. lishers, plutocrats of Fifth avenue, persevering In their efforts to become an aristocracy, and the deJOHN B. RATTERMAN scendants of the thousands of Pilgrim Fathers who are said to have come over In the little Mayflower. I FUNERAL DIRECTOR have heard In New York and elsewhere speeches from eminent men bjamed the United States for 2114 WEST MARKET STREET who having entered tho war the day not tho Union Jack was run up for the Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland big event. In these circles It Is West 1107a. laudable to speak contemptuously of tho Irish. "Quito Impossible, don't Both Phones 3341 you know." C. J. SCUNHTDKR, Jit, MiacfM But the Irish have a winning way Well-know- are popular in the States to a degree unattalned by any other nationality. They bring life into a place; they are extraordinarily good natured, if not out for blood; and when their wit and geniality are to tho fore the Oxford manner can't live with them In tho race. But there aro more potent political forces even than good will. Tho Irish have an aptitude for politics, and they carry with them other nationalities who have themsolves struggled from subjection toward liberty the Poles, tho Serbs, tho and tho rest. Finally, the fact nt least they are becoming more and stands, moro affiliated with the powerful population of German origin, not in the main after tho entry of the States into tho war. Then the visit of Mr. De Valera to the States provoked, and continues to provoke, extraordinary displays of enthusiasm, and he has secured the main points of tho programme which he set out to realize. Immense crowds greeted him In tho principal cities even of the New England States; the papers nearly all gave him sympathetic notices; he was received In honor by official representatives In a great number of the States; he has secured the support of the United States Senate; and he has set In motion tho machinery for obtaining funds to the extent of $10,000,000. Tho approach of the Presidential election gives a fillip to all these movoments. The Republicans and the Democrats are fairly even in strength, and if a great block of votes, determined, for instance, by Irish and German were to be thrown on one side or tho other, tho etfect might be decisive on the elcelon. The saying of Rufus Choate, once American Ambassador, may bo remembered here. He said he was going to Ireland In order to see the g only community not bossed by the Irish! Czcoho-Slovac- s, pro-Germ- an when they care to use it, and they CALIFORNIA RECEPTION. Archbishop Mannlx, of Melbourne, Australia, will arrive in San Francisco on Juno 7 on his way to Rome, and tho Catholic societies of the city are proparlng an elaborate reception In his honor. Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. L. Ryan, V. G., Is Chairman of tho reception committee. Tho Archbishop of Melbourne was formerly a professor a Maynooth College, Ireland, and has proved a great churchman and leader of his race In Australia. Tho forces of uigotry nave learnod to respect his prowess, and ho has always stood as a fearless champion ot Catholic rights. Pie has endeared himself to tho Irish raco as an ardent sympathizer with tho Sinn Fein causo. Last St. Patrick's day he addressed 100,000 followers, and was escorted In the parade bj a d of 5,000 It is rumored that His Grace may be named Cardinal bv Pons Benedict. At. nnv rnto lm will receive a memorable woloome irom ino cnurcn in San Francisco. body-guar- $5.75 $5.75 Bk"BBBgggai SERVICE Jellico Lump $7.00 KSHKiySLfuKI PBXCXS ABIE West Virginia Lump $7.00 MHi Straight Creek Lump $7.00 DR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton of 3,000 Pounds Delivered Anywhere. Trading OPTROMETRIST, Stamps Free. 315 SlarkB SaUdia. Third Floor " Fourth and Walnut PhoaoCitr 1180 Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut FRANKEL COAL CO. PRICES THE Twelfth and Wilson LOWEST 01ty201O Sonth 273 THE SIGN OF QUALITY IUghl'nd 7413 East 180 KENTUCICY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 012-01- 4 Underbill St. Goo. Dearborn Managor HKKT HIDNKY KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN. Tho annual State convention of the Knights of St. John of Kentucky was held at Stephens Auditorium In Covington on Sunday and Monday. Grand President Benjamin Miller, of Louisville, nreslded anil wna rr- elected Grand Presldont. Other of- iicers elected are: Grand Secretary, Frank Miller, Louisville; Grand Treasurer, Frank Herb, Louisville, and Judge Advocate, Edward Tracy, Covington. Tho next State convention will be held CASH Designs & Estimates LIBERTY BLOW Famished or CREDIT SIDNEY'S aaaaaaaaaaaaaaal UAH IIIAMIIMs JOS Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Mako a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for W. oa Jee 64, J HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. at Maysvllle. H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SEIfcVIOE FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. 400-7-- NATIONAL HATTERS 325 WEST JEFFEKSON "TrntaWlT DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DEUVHR Homo Phone, City 1931 Mark Prea. !, v. jaooDf. r. Beo. DESTROY VHiLAGE. n prc-Englls- BROADWAY IM. Shawnee 1986 Wa 1014 oothttb 456 MEAT MARKET upbcxaxw saos SOUTH SCHNEIDER'S When a majority ot Inhabitants of Louth, near Dundalk, were at tending devotions Sunday morning a party of armed men entered the village, destroyed tho vacant police barracks and tho house used as a INTENTION FOR JUNR petty sessions court. Other houses His Holiness Pope Benedict XV. caught tire and the entire row was has recommended devotion to the destroyed. This kind of work on Blessed Sacrament to the Apostle-shi- p the part of the English soldiery Is of Prayer as the general inten- being conducted In all parts of Iretion for the month of June, and it land. needs no argument to prove the wisSOLDIERS FOR NEBRASKA. dom of the Holy Father's recommendation. The Blessed Sacrament Tho Associated Is really our Divine Lord, truly presPress reported ent with us under the appearance of that a working arrangement with bread. We have His Own words for the colonization department ot the the sublime fact: "This Is my body, State of Nebraska Is being effected which Is glvon for you. Do this for by tho Knights of Columbus In New a commemoration of me." What an York by which former service men Ineffable privilege to have our Re- are to bo put Jn contact with farmer deemer residing always In Jhe taber- employers, It was announced Saturnacles of our churches, ready and day. Fifty former soldiers and sailwilling to hear our prayers, to help ors already have been recruited by us in our difficulties, to comfort us the K. of C. employment bureau for in our trials, to be our own intimate work on Nebraska farms at $G0 a month, with board. guest in holy communion! Tho Blessed Sacrament is the source of all grace; and devotion to HOME THE HOPE. Holy Eucharist assures us of peace Sometimes a woman whoso life and contentment of soul In this life and of eternal happiness in the seems bounded by the four walls of kingdom of heaven. Lot us there- her homo gets very restless. Her fore accede to the recommendation housework becomes Irksome" because of His Holiness and cultivate an ar- It seems to avail nothing. Her life dent devotion to the Blessed Sacra- seems to herself very narrow and ment during tho m6nth of Juno, much of no account. When theso which Is consecrated in a special thoughts come to her she should remanner to tho Sacred Heart of member this: that the woman who Jesus. has a homp and keeps It well has no mean sphere In life. In tho homo Chlnahas the shortest mllo In tho Is tho hope ot the nation and tho world COO yardsi world. English-speakin- 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N DLDG. NEILL-L- A VIELLE ana Trn. SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED L. GRAUMAN & OO. Incorporated Dealers In JUl sands of Offlo ana Stois nztarea,' SaX ai, Cain KmtU. tera, Baow Oaia. Ooantars, Ssel'rt&ff, MILL AND Etc FACTORY SUPPLIES Wo Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals. BIO WEBS MAIN 8TBSBT Home Phone, City 1818 Rubber and Paper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. WEST JEFFERSON ST. " Homo Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 001-00- Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jowolry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. 3 Next to Rox Theater Open Evenings Until O P. M. City 86G West 8GC Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds" llKi xy. -- LesiTfll,Kr.' .FOURTH ST. AND 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING; ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. PLASTERER LONG DISTANOB HAULBVG LOUISVILLE !.... FIFTH tra BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb. S. 1G4 VAULT CLEANING 811 REALTY BUILDING Home Phono, City 2154 BTKBBT KHNTKCKY aiio-'- r atr tm. .iC! Mala D. and Embalmer L. 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ViBaflaBBBl eBaBaSaSal The newest of models the finest of fabrics th best of workman-shi- p arrayed in four sale groups as above. Here is a chance to stock up on clothes for months ahead at a great saving in price. A contribution towards the nation-- 1 wide movement to lower clothing prices. 'SHHHttBBWfMnHHnBSJHi '1am3SlHHHa&5Ba3la3BBK K HEAD OP SHIPPING BOARD. t CUNNING LEWIS & BR0TZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP Dress or Skirt Ilear Atlmhal AV. S. Benson, retired, who has been selected by President Wilson to become Chairman of the United States Shipping Board, to succeed Join Barton Payne, who becomes Secretary of Interior. HAPPY RELIGIOUS KVEXT. In tho presence of his family, friends and tho members of the congregation who filled tho edifice NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON to its full capacity, Kcv. Father Maurus Ohligschlager, O. S. B., celiVYVVVVVV3MMH ebrated his first solemn mass at St BrlRld's church on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Priests assisting the We Tailor Your Coat, celebrants were Rev. Aemelian. O. PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY S. B. as deacon: Rev. Anslen, O. S. B Rev. Richard Jlat- tingly, O. S. B.. arch nrlest. and Rev. Herman Jansen, master of INCORPORATED In tho sanctuary wero ceremonies. : present Rev. Henry Rotheut, Rev, -Peter O. IMioncs 324B, Main or City niersbach, P. M., Rev. Andrew Hem63 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Rev. Edward Menke arid ?,vi Rev. Aleaxnder, O. S. B. Rev. Richard Mattingly, O. S. B . de SCHNEIDER-BEATTCO. livered tho sermon, eloquently de STRONGHOLD TIRES scribing the honor that God had mLLARD STORAGE BATTERIES been fit to confer on the celebrant AUTO ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES and his family, also touching on the duties and responsibilities of the Repairing and Recharging Storage Batteries holy order of tho priesthood. TWENTY-SIXTAND MARKET STREETS NORTHEAST CORNER Brothers present wero Rev, West 890 Shawnee 3000 Brother James, of Baltimore; Broth OILS ers Benjamin and Richard, of St. GREASE jAS Xavier's College, and Brother Cel- lestine, of tho St. Lawrence Insti tute Home, as well as quite a numHAVE YOUR ber of tho Sisters of various ordera throughout tho city. The members of ,tha , congregation, with tho assistance of the Rev. Herman Jansen, and the good Sisters of St. Brlgld's school MILWAUKEE TODAY and the organist, had made all preparations to mako tho event a memorial day in the annals of the now and avoid Overhauled church. One hundred little girls in Four Games white, each carrying a rose, seventy-fiv- e June the rush. altar boys, members of Father Maurus' class of 1911 at St. Xavier's College, Troop 55 of the Boy Scouts wearing their uniform, Incorporated vs. and the Men's Society pieceded the procession In the church. aaa-jw- r. Three main little girls carried the pillow, while 535 Main Phone-Ci- ty four altar boys carried on a decoGame called at 3 o'clock. Restrved Seits new rated bfer the holy chalice. Under on sale at Buschemtyer's. tho direction of the organist, Miss Dorcus Redding and Dr. Edward a..., . And iw ITS uuji C1I ...- H. Hubbuch Gounod's Mass was Of Quote All Issues v- - sung. Miss Catherine Ohllgschlager, sister of tho celebrant, rendered selections on tho violin. Under tho BONDS Boy direction of the Ladles' Altar So- t: H. E. WARD COMPANY sub-deaco- n, LADIES5 TAILORS Y Street cars in. Louisville will carry nearly 80,)00,000 passengers in 1920. There are 40,000 workers in the city's industrial plants, the Louisville Industrial Foundation reports. The Executive Committee expects the 80,000,000 to be given Good Service, in clean cars, with safety and speed and taken where they wish to go on time. In many other large cities no added effort is made to handle crowds from industrial plants. The Louisville company believes proper care for them is a part of Good Service and dozens of extra cars are put on each day to get them to work and back home again without discomfort to them or without clogging the regular cars. The Louisville car company pays the biggest tax bill to the city. In 1920 it will pay $212,000 in city taxes. In 1919 its tax bill paid to Louisville was $304,600. The total for everyotfe was $3,906,434. H and Silver Gray. MAY RETIRE. Albert I., Prince of Monaco, smallest and the best advertised State In Europe, Reports state that tho Prince is soon to relinquish his right of domain to his granddaughter, tho Duchess of Valentinois. roof, or direct to roof boards on new buld-ing-s. . Better looking, longer wearing, fire resisting and far more economical than any other xoof obtainable. Cannot leak or come oft Wears like iron. Adds distinction and beauty to any building. Never haa failed to give perfect, permanent satisfaction. Comes in three beautiful patterns Red, Green Ask us for samples of Craft, and get aa rurimatrt for your home. momtgl Tho Art Craft Roof wQ feaaBaWeaa. PRINCE WHO I tie Art kwjw ART CRAFT ROOFING CO., - f1 ,.. Inrvnitad. TtnlMtav- -1fU.. 4A13- Rtou-tr-a . Brr WSMlUiiiizt The Company paid of the H whole bill. ELECTRIC FAN west -- BASEBALL pas-to- n, -- Counting City, State and Federal taxes the company paid $366,000 in 1919, or about $1,000 a day. W. S. Speed, Chairman, John W. Barr, Jr., W. H. Kaye, Executive Committee. Childers Elect. Co. st. LOUISVILLE ST. PAUL KltMF KEEP LOOKING YOUNG i LIBERTY i! 118 f ;; 4 In Any Denomination Or Amount. F "5 from FRED. C. LOEMKER Pry Ca)&, Ma FurwiaKtwfa, Halt mttA Sho Wakefield & Co. FOURTH AND O STS South Fifth Street. 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ORNAMENTAL GLASS ESTIMATES MADE IF DESIRED Metal Setting in Zinc, Copper and Brass Beveled Mirrors and Beveled Glass Telephone City OB 98 "LEADED" AND year, and dmrlar Ibl. period has nxa bleaaloc la the lusli.gr ol Barms, Brataea. tola. Sorettc ll haa been banded down Ifom one trorr atloa to aaother, and r receive nuMcrynd Mlera praUInf tbla alandrd preparitl'iin, forIutanCe wbman wr)tea "Or O.Pbela Dth Brown's Herbal Ointment S,tf fivitom if BR O. fnEI8 ilROWft hat btca ou tlio market for over acVrntjr' a with palms and roses. Vespers was celebrated at 7:30 p. m., at which the newly ordained priest officiated. Monday evening at 8 o'clock St. Brlgld'sJ Hall was filled by members of tho congregation and friends of Father Maurus to extend to him and his family congratulations and fiood wishes. Joseph Schlldt acted as Chairman and in a few chosen words extended hearty congratula tions and best wishes in behalf of the members of the congregation. In conclusion he presented a silver watch as a token of lovo and affection of the members of the congregation Irvln Gates then presented a handsome travellnfl bag as a token of friendship from tho class of 1011 at St. Xavier's Collego, of which class Father Maurus was a member., Rev, Father Jansen, pastor of tho church, and Rev. Father Smith wore called upon and in a few words expressed very feelingly the congratulations and kind wishes to the young priest. Rev. Eather Maurus thanked the members of the congregation for tho honor they had extended him, and promised that In his prayers he would never forget them. J. B. Ohllgschlager, in behalf of the family, extended his thanks to all who had contributed to make tho celebration such a success. Troop 55, Boy Scouts of St. Brlgld's congregation, under the direction of. Louis TVeyhing, Assistant Scout Master, gave an exhibition which was rendered In a very snappy manner. The evening was concluded by the members of tho congregation personally meeting Father Maurus and extending to him and his family best wishes. The ladles of the congregation served refreshments. decorated GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY. Mr, and Mre. John CaMahan, South Louisville, who are, rooting' to New Vork, were given a farewell party Wednesday eveniag. Those present were Messrs and Meedames Pike Moran, Joe Sparks, Ford Van Ars-dal- e, L. P. Krieger. W, McKenney, Tod Green and F. 'W. Davidson. I. A.- - NINE . GRAY HAIR Can be restored to Its original color with VAN'S MEXICAN 8 hair to its natural It is not a dye, but restores the color, to gradually that your moat intimate friends cannot detect its use. You will he highly pleased with the results, or your money refunded. At all dralt-r- If WW' JB3HB1M Substantial donations and appointment of one of several committees to look after disposal of an I .. arttomobilo, wero features of a mooting of workers for tho orphans' picnic held last Monday. Parishes represented wero St. Agnes, St. Cecilia's, St. Charles, Holy Name, St. John's, St. Louis Bertrand's. St. INCORPORATED Mary Magdalene, St. Patrick's, St. Paul's and St. Philip Neri. Committees were impressed with tho im- "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," portance of securing donations as "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." early as possible. As only a limited amount can bo realized, it s advisable to solicit and obtain a 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. large fund before the day of the picnic The Button Committee visited several city churches last Sun- T. J. MORROW, Manngor. J. J. McTIGHE, AHSt. day and reported that up to this aaaaaaaaaiaajwa time it has collected nearly $400. new .Business- Management, 'Ai Nea to You as the Nearest Phat" This committee will visit the Cathe dral, St. Patrick's. St. Charles. St. moderate: pimces Vincent de Paul and St Boniface Everything Positively Sanitary FUNERAL FLOW&RS tomorrow. The Chairman of the country Store, J. G. Bennett, will have his committee appointed in a A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 short time, and solicits donations A SPSCIAL WRBATII SS.OO for his booth. Mrs. J. J Donnelly will have charge of the booth for EXCELLENT PARE the Sewing Ciicle of St. Thomas', Opposite Court House. and promises to have an efficient corps of assistants. Tho Chaiiman R. O. STILIjWELTj, of tho Ice Cream Committee will be Business Manager James Duddy. His committee will be as follows: SEBAXS SERVED Mesdames Roger Nohalty, James Hlnes, John Nash, Breakf&it 6:00, to 9."30 Alfred Grimes, J. Terrell, W. P. 11:00 to 3:30 We telegraph Flewars Everywhere Bowman, Charles Butterfleld, Cur-le- Dlnaar M. Quill, James Duddy, B. Suppar 5:00 to 7:30 Wolenborg, I. Earl, John T. Selby, Wm. Duddy, Lake, MFG. CO. Mary McKlnzio, Misses Anna THE SHEPPARD Conley, Noia Nohalty, May Walsh, Incorporated Mary Honehan, Sarah Henehan. STEEL AN'I ntOX WORKERS Mary Cudahy, Ida Miller, Cary Bu- 1612 WEST MAIN STREET zan, .Norma KIHott, Clara Wolenborg, Nernlco Lake, Claia Gruber, Electric Suction Sweeper Home Phone, City 577 Anna Nohalty. Others will bo added LOUISVILLE, KY. IT BEATS to this committee later on. Steam Forging and Fire Escape The President reported that doApparatus Our Specialty AS IT SWEEPS nations for the automobile wore coming In satisfactorily. It Is hoped AS IT CLEANS that a few Catholic gentlemen will Shoes For Evcry Member of "the contribute sufficient for tho purFamily pose. M. J. Winn wrote the folHome Phone 390G lowing: will glvo me much "It pleasure to bo ono of tho ten to FRED FEIGE & SON 230 WEST JEFFERSOK subscribe ?100 for tho purpose, and UNION MADE may enter my name on the list jou Main 1134 9'ty 985 ' SHOES AND SLIPPERS for that amount." Col. P. J Cal431 EAST MARKET STREET lahan alsp contilbuted $100 ond II. D. Rodman, of Springfield, $50. In LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 7 order to tako care or this feature GLOBE TIRES . & on behalf of tho ladles, Mrs. M J. Ideal Envelope for Mall Matter QtM City 1184. Parlin was asked to organize a comA New Envelope Which wore TRANSO mittee. Solicitation books given out by Charles Faulkner, and Will Save Time, Worry and Money; ho uiges all who wish to solicit to It Is Fool Proof. call for the iiooks at once. Trustees T1LVNSO ENVELOPE CO. aie expotceil to see that thoir various societies are well represented Ken j on Rldg., Louisville, Ky. ut the meetings to b held every Tel., City 2284. week until tho pienje. -- AJDIXG ORPHAN'S PICNIC. figlfiRt Byrne Speed Coal Corporation T9 in Mr. C - Willard Cafeteria y, Gru-bc- r, Peter-wort- h, HOOVER THE Tafel Electric Co. .' KECO ldf . MtkM Jqr auOn SOLDIERS ARE PARADING. About this time last year tens of thousands of spldiors were being feted and hurrahed In parades. Now many thousands of thorn nre still parading, but around A city streets looking for work survey just completed by the men's employment service of the Knights of Columbus shows that a large number of men, after a year in civilian life, have failed to connect with permanent jobs. The Knights, this week, will attempt to recruit men for agriculThey estimate tural employment men that hundreds of from farms of the Eastern States have remained in the largo cities where ithey were demobilized and that the advent of summer will cause these men to look back to the farms. The Knights have organized Information that will safely guide the men back to their right place In agriculture. The K. of C. ask employers having outdoor jobs open to communicate with thoir nearest employment bureau as the summer presents a good opoprtunity to relieve the cities of congestion. home-comin- g cs NATUROPATH US4 CUMB. A. LOSE East Market Street SI 00 per Sotl!. N THE' KELLS COMPANY NEWBUROH Y riTRisuToa RECENT DEATHS. PHONE, MAIN 2481 One week of warm weather does away with a slight cold. Hot baths do the same with a heavy cold. Hot c,F MMa m.uunt, Ttop. & Jtetfctta to Wa Bt4 mrtai tar oW aura, r tadltloa. fc. f mn.t . nnnrp-Kphnlz. lielovcd husband of Josephine Schulz and a respected memebr of St. JsuzaDeiufi cnurgn, ii.iicorl fiw.iv Mondav mornlntr at his homo, 1100 Lydia street. The funeral services were held Wednesday morning, attended by a largo number of his friends and neighbors. LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS Dry Cleaned and Pressed. ..$1.75 Work Called For and Delivered Thirty-tw- o Ought To Be Suf Years Telephone City 2742 ficient Guarantee For My Knowledgo and Integrity LOUISVILLE CLEANERS A DYKR8 If It's For" Sale Glvo Mo a Call 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. COMPLETE LINE OF UNION REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER MADE SHOES TRUST BLDG. 214 LOUISVILLE Both Phones Open Evenings Uatll Nine O'CIeck baths (steam or electric baths) remove any cold before pneumonia or pleurisy, etc., set In. PINK VARBLE Miss E. Sohan, beloved daughter or Elizabeth and the late M J. Sohan, at the family home, 1724 Miss Sohan was "West Jefferson. thirty-on- e yeata old and was held in lutrh natAnm ' liv a wide circle of friends who mourn he,r death. Her Tuesday morning death called YOUR GETTING OLD Ha thl been remarked to yon on account of prematura gray hair, or do you keep youriell looki&r youn? ? t You can exally do o with Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. iiad.rfol VEGETABLE lc, PLANTS er been lb nn.AU per 90c Take 4th-- t. ",,1Jth. "WeodUnad J. Oiwe ta. Parklaad flower, r iuu. ma. Sweet potato, mc Rekbaw, Taylor Blvd. A MHler. Ponnnra and Hggplamts, 100; Cabbage and Caull,-p100; 10c doz.. 60c Rrown'a Preciuaa Herbal 9lnlmeat . baa oar botiaehold at lona aa I cao could not ret aloo"wUlioiil it " (iet a iar y and keep ia roar borne lor as emeraeoCT For aala at all dealera Vk lad 46 CaU. " The) KELLS COMPANY HEWBVKOH. N. Y. V DEPLORES ILL FEELING. GREAT DRrVB. Pope Benedict this week addressed to the world an. episcopal letter on Returns of tho drive recently unx RHACH KAftTH. Cqrtotiam reconciliation and .peace. dertaken In Seattle to pay oft the $100,000 on. St. James' The Pontiff remarks that despite the taura for the debt of showed a collection of t end of the war ill feeling attll It Cathedral to $120,000, wHh &' number of that all Christians content m rdrr He be Mack tlM araL forget. - l . lOg parMaee unseam irom ex-lttalw-,iMWM- funeral took place Tnursuuy morning from St. Patrick's church. News was received here this week of the death of David Burke, at Jerspy City. Mr. Burke wis formerly a resident of this city, being employed as a iriember of William O'Dea's tforctf at the L. & N. freight depot, WM a member of St. church parish, Louis Bertraad's among whow, h "had a host of friends who ltkd and admired him tor his p lead Id qualities as an honest, uprixm young man. tie was a native of County Mayo, Ireland. MdNDAYS ONLY PRESSED LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S IIATS CLEANED, BLOCKED. DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICE MAIN OFFICE, 808 W- - MARKET Falla City Cleaners aad Dyers Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 413-W SUITS DRY CLEANED, DISARM DUBLIN' GUARD. Twelve soldiers, comprising the guard of a public building dp Dublin, wero surprised Tuesday afternoon by a parly of armed men, who took away their arms and ammunition and two machine guns. This was the first daylight raid there on ,a Government building. $1.25 VAN'S MEXICAN B HAIR COLOR RESTORO Thia tserltoriou preparation (fray iira " " atorea gloat color. Too will b highly plcaaed with the resulta. If not your money returaed. II all eaW S LOO per bottle. - ad j-e- te City 6443; Main 2434 -- THE KELLS COMPANY NETWaURSH. N. Y. y "a cl-o- 0TWBUTOB Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE FAINT11I AND DEOOXATOI'I 1800 TOter MARKBT 8TMlfc lfi--S Resldeaee Faose Saaw Tpf xcj&zV'ic&o&rsr I xfi&xx.' jkJstu&jatxcAs. I SWISS CLEANING ypACONasoH . ' ti INCORPORATED We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. OF f Herman Straus wawwwa; . rousTH Avenue 034e sons ' harkct street We Qiv and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW ASOUl OUR Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB A Convenient PLAN? I t Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. ani SWISS xrw ITTO--vJ-- CLEANERS INCORPORATED AND DYERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT ! features of Uils method are Ha convenience la making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on the Club Plan during our various sales AT SALH PIUOKS. Whatever Is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also the prlco to a Household Club Plan customer. There is positively no advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It Is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedulo of rates. The first payments and the monthly payment are the same to all. Tho ontetaadlsg ASSORTED NUTS " REPUBLICAN (Continued from First Page.) liquor men, he and Percy Holy keeping tho prohibition hypocrisy in tho limelight. Now hero Is tho problem for Democratic leaders to study. Will not tho men who wore beguiled Into voting for Deck-hathen seek reparation now? We have already called attention to the fact that thousands of men of Irish blood have consistently voted with the Democratic party, and can that party afford to openly insult thom by soliciting support for Beckham, who voted "no" when a resolution of sympathy for Ireland was Intro duced In the Senate recently. iNow is tho time to withdraw Beclduiw, n liis nomination would menu dis aster. Did you read near Mayor Smith's long and tearful explanation as to why he believes that the Kentucky Tax Association did Louisville an in Justice when it published the state ment that Louisville Was the most heavily taxed city of its sbe in tho Inltcd States. Smithy's explanation didn't convince many when they looked at their tax bills, as our local tax rate of ?1.9S for city purposes Is twelve cents higher than any rate And In the history of Louisville. Smith's platform on which he was elected called for "economy and lower taxes." Poor old Smithy and the Herald had the gall to say he had tho best of the argument with If Smith did, the Tax Association. then so did Jess Willard have the best of Jack Demnsey. In the past few weeks the public was waiting anxiously for the near Mayor to is sue a terrible denunciation on gambling after tho expose in the Capt. Bennett and Capt. Stuckef cases. But nothing doing. We only heard from him on the awful and terrible crime of throwing waste paper and peanut shells on the sidewalk, and he Intimated that 1t It wasn't stopped the bold perpetrators would be shot at sunrise. It's smooth sailing for gamblers but tough sledding for those who drop chewing gum wrappers on the sidewalk. Better watch his Keystone police they JTjom their old "hick" days or throwing banana skins on the sidewalks. Another harvest week for the crooks in our midst without a sin gle arrest or even clue by the In one residence the burglars got away with a great big erandfather clock that you see In hallways. And In carrying away his booty one of tho burglars passed a Keystone policeman who Inquired of the crook as to whether the clock was going. The bold burglar smirked a llttlo and said: "Naw, it's goner" An evidence that the burglars here have adopted system and efficiency In their methods is shown by the robbery of the Quaker Maid They are robbing these groceries. in numerical order, No. 1 tonight. No. 2 tomorrow night, and so on. Maybe the efficiency experts will open up a burglars' grocery store with tho loot they are obtaining and bargain sales announced In tho No danger of them being pres?. disturbed by our sleuths. The dally press told us Monday of how the fire department had performed heroic work In rescuing a family from a burning building, but did not give us a story of tho feature which pleased the spectator One of our "hick" firemen most. was straddling a big hose, holding the nozzle with both hants and crying for "water," "water" at every breath. Tho engine was pumping for dear life and still no water came Finally In answer to Ills demands. the hose burst near the nozzlo and carried tho noble fireman away with The secret came out. Our d rush. efficient fireman had not opvnwl the llttlo valvo on tho nozzle and tne water was coming through all the time, but with no outlet. And then somo people wonder why the flro underwriters raise our rates. ly ASSORTED NUTS 3?S&A i'fTOVN Ltfc $13.50 - $18.00! White Shirts and Blouses To Go With Confirmation Suits, & m $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 I SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS New Lines of White Good and Laces for Girls' First Communion and .Confirmation Wear. Both Phones 1323 Trte FetuTw who voeARs. fficpeors Ctf&S&R UtTM A t Us Aj.AAAAAtoaAAAAtJtiktiMAAMAAAAAAA4MI4IHO yyfyfyfyyyyy','Vj',yyr"trtr''ttf','w--v-v---- .i w-- - Auto Delivery i; I! i The llHome of Your Everyone is now talking about owning his home. The home account is of ' ance, for from money to pay you buy. coos I Tve".j 3avc s uJHo, ,s lJ JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MA1CKHT STItEET. M&x EXERCISES. Bank I Account 1 of your bank equal import- it will come the for the home 89 to Keep his reeT dry HOLY NAME. HocetM HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coffcolb....' Ten, lb Coco, lb Baking Powder Extract, par tube PioFUllner Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 2C) 40a to GOc 80c to $1.25 40o 30o to OOo 30a 25e 20a f.. CLOSING X Why not open an account with this institution, which is prepared to take care of all financial matters j; , Tomorrow evening at T:30 o'clock tho closing exercises of St. Paul's cliureli will be held in the church at Pleasure Ridge. Two gold medals will bo awarded for excellence in studies and pupils will receive other lowards as a recognition of their work. This school can boast of four graduates from the eighth grade. The exercises will closo with benediction. PKKTTY 1IOMK WEDDING. iho children attending Holy Name church, who had been carefully prepared for the event by the pastor, the Rev. Father John O'Connor, had tho happy privilege of making their first holy communion. The mass was celebrated by Father O'Connor, who preached a most Impressive sermon for tho children. Later In the morning Right Rev. Blshpp O'Donaghuo administered tho sacrament of Sunday morning at 7:30 o'clock LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, ii the monument of confidence built by th people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. confirmation. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building Turn nMpot Feurth and Mam. Trust Comoanv In the South. gMMMMMMMMMMMMMM"MMMM $ High Class Furniture AT LOWEST FKHJHa. Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. Carpets, Company, Jetfersonviile's most popular and tractive young women, was married to John Franklin Drlscoll Saturday afternoon at tho homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willacy J. Schwaninger, 203 Sparks avenue, the Rev. Michael Ilalpln, of St. Augustine's church, performing tho ceremony. Relatives of both parties were present in uumbore. Early in the evening Mr. and Mrs. DriscolLJeft Cqn,l3j(Angelef3;:Cal;l whoro they anr "to locate. Tho bride's father is a business man. The bridegroom Is a son of Mr. and Msr. John D. Drlscoll, Sparks avenue, his father being President of the Citizens' Trust ati Miss Jean V. Schwanlnger, one of LEAVES NEW ALHANV. After ten years' service at St. Edward's Hospital, Now Albany, Sister Eberharda has been transferred to tho Mother House of the Sisters of St. Francis at Lafayette. Sister Eberharda was purchasing agent for the hospital. She left for Lafayette Tuesday, and her departure Is regretted by all connected with the hospital. ST.'JPAUL-TOMORRO- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES MARKET AT SECOND SODAS JEFFERSON SWEET SHOPf (Tho House of Mirrors) ed Key-etone- rs. A W HAPPY CHILDREN. UAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. MONCRIEF FURNACES t THsTaaTaaWssat Large numbers of boys and girls of St. Charles parish were made extremely happy last Sunday, the time appointed for thom to receive their first holy communion. Rev. Father Raffo celebrated tho mass at 8 o'clock, during which a special mu sical programme was rendered, and tho scene as tho llttlo ones approach ed tho altar was beautifully impresIn the afternoon Bishop sive. O'Donaghuo made his visitation and administered the sacrament of DOUIILB INITIATION. Milwaukee closes its series here this afternoon and Mike Kelly's champion St. Paul aggregation will be here to tackle our Colonels tomorrow at Eclipse Park. With tho exception of Louisville and Minneapolis the 1019 champs have had easy sailing and tho fans are .pulling for the Colonels to take lour out of five games from St. Paul, which would narrow their lead down consider ably. The Colonels have their regular lineup playing steadily now and with the pitchers going like they are tho team looks every bit as good as the leaders If not a little bit betAnyway give us a fighting tor. team, one that is contending and all will be well. SCHOOL PICNIC. St. Anthony's school picnic will bo given at Fontaine Ferry Park on Tuesday, June 29, under the auspices of the Men's Progressive League. Every arrangement will be made for one of tho biggest days of the year at this popular ,amuse-moresort. Tho entire proceeds will bo for the benefit of the church. nt JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING 4M0 mCORPOJULTBD AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS Noxv Open. BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 For j3aix&a "THE OLD ARMORY" (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 2b CTS. ALL AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPESiAL ATTENTION TO THEATER 8-5tO- MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. HOOP AXIfc experience to prove it. nr This Furnace will last longer, give more heat and burn less fuel than any furnace made, and we have thirty years FURNACE Oity PHON15-IVtcil- n. 10-3- Guaranteed and Free Service A Five-YeBond with every furnnce. BUY NOW. PAY LATER. MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCOHPORA.TED. tion and the other part tomorrow afternoon. Tho famous Chicago de gree team will confer the degrees. ST. JAMES CHURCH. Tho local council Knights of will liavo a record breaking class for initiation this evening and tomorrow, 129 candidates to bo in itiated and the class will be divided in two, part in this evening's initia- MOVING SLOWLY. Members of tho board who are to select the site for the new Visitation Home .are going about their work carefully but slowly, so as to be sure all requirements aro met. The members are Thomas D. Clines, William T. Hume, Eugene J. Cooney, Albert R. Vogel and Frank A. Gohor. LABOR TAKES STAND. Met main 1813 521 WEST MARKET STREET. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. Main 2382 I City 9384 FRED G. JONES & CO SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILLWORK. Louisville, Kj . Breoka nd A Sts. LUMBER LUMBER S. INCORPORATED A largo congregation was present at St. James church Sunday morning when the llttlo ones of tho par ish received first .holy communion from the hands of their pastor, tho Rov. Father Willett, at a special mass at 7 o'clock. For months tho children hod been preparing for this event under tho direction of Father Willett, whoso sermon won all hearts. TWIN CITV LEAGUE. Many of the Twin City were surprised that tho K. of CL did not furnish stronger opposition to tho leading St. Xavier team Sunday, but fell victims to Aulbach's twirling in a 12 to 2 contest. Tho. A. O. H. boys won by the same score over the Knights of St. John, Tommy it Flnnegan again blng In the with four MtH. The C. M. A. beat tho Mackln Colts in another lopsided score, 13 to 4 being tne finish. The schedule tomorrow: St. Xavier vs. C. M. A., IC. C. vs. A. O. H.. and Knights of St. John vs. Mackln. The standing to datev. L. Pet. o St. Xavier Alumni..,!. 5 I. OOO 1 .603 Hibernians 4 llmo-Uir- riHCAGO THIRD LARGEST. Chicago Is tho third largest city In the world. Its population is 2,884,-82- 7. According io tho 1910 census Chicago was fourth In rank. From London tho Associated Press cables that a meeting on Mbnday of the "triple alliance," made up of the railway men, miners and transport workers, passed a resolution, which was referred to the laborlto parliamentary committee, urgently requesting convening of a special trades union congress to decide the attitude of labor toward production and handling of munitions for Ireland and Poland. ANDERSON, LUMBER BZti&dMMQT Doors Sash LUMBER UNDER ALL BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK ASSORTED NUTS' 0 fee. . soar Feet ,, .i ASSORTED NUTS TvtA5r 418 to 4M SrcUxlff Branch Xsx u( Bwltaa, Xffa b St. Oath. u .'tTi " (T V .w rJM,j .. - n " , 4. BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER c j ...- P. One Board or One Million Phono Sixteenth and Maplo Sts. Wet and City 12. 2TIIvI BotW Phosss-27- 50 LUMBER (Dfooxro&mft) B. M I X, X, 3E R OO. Kcr- - Kn s Cath. Men's Ass'n.,... 2 Knights of St. Tohn. ... a Mackin Council BEAUTIFUL casion Knights of Columbus. . 3 o 2 3 3 '4 ,600 .400 .400 .000 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tfee kowe la brightest ; Where the work la lightest; Where the meaJ u eeeked bests Where the range stead Where work Is doae Where eoofctag SBItVIOES. Twelfth and Oldham harvey-Jellic- o The Comjiany With the Yafctte COAL CO. iimHik ft I Tavd Mad BlTa4or, Both Pho at JU1 1 kid the Cl and Yard Service.RdA. at First t FlfUeafch and XaBUa. Ff ad)FyiM fttrea. . A eAmhkf FRT TRIES To fASS AJUNCrt UF.KIO Oh T4. HAY ! KULJ S.TABM A TUi MILOU l4HO Last Sunday morning was the ocfor solemn and beautiful ervlces at St. Column's church. At the 7 o'clock maw, at which tho Rev. John D, Kalaher wae.tha a class of nin boys' and nine girls receive their first KWy communion. Th ernwm, a efcort and impropriate oh, wjm dliverd by Father Kalafcer. t celo-orant, real ihbj light; Where baklag (Ares Where dredge 1s em at eight That's where aha "Qtdek Meal" twm V urrA 1 IKpr we A Mm test the That's where "Qakte Heal" eemes a mtfH HArr vtf too Tb will tl W tta 4o IM boy ran M Jftt-- t tailwni who c lt sk ACMicriN"-R3ttCiv SLOCKS to hck. Qmlek Meal Gaus Raalss Sold, Ia(alle4 and Highly RiMaanJii 6EHER & SON,.w:A5&rsT. w