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Kentucky Imsh American ff jiM if n M FH6NE: HOME J Mil LnriiTlTMkitTriifKH Incorporates ttry Driver 00 n HAM Rrart 'i VOLUME XLIV.NO. 24. ernment is faced by a tremendously difficult task In attempting to administer justice In the land question In Ireland. It is forced to do its work In the faco of the results of generations of misrule by the EngSinn Fein Maintaining Law and lish and after generations of conflicting and entangling British legisOrder "While British Rule lation on tho subject. But tho Republic is determined to Collapses. prosecuto tho work with dispatch and justice. In past centuries tho enforced emigration from Ireland, by tho Republican Government Is Solo encouraged greatest English, has been drains on the naone of tho Legal Authority Recognized tional strength of the country. Lack of land in tho past has been ono of and Obeyed. tho greatest reasons for Immigra tion. In order that tides of emigradays may tion like those of not again drain the population of English Fress Conuncnt Upon Fail- - Ireland, the causes of tho land famine must bo removed without donro of Both Courts and ing Injustlco to any man. Those Police. whom tho Irish people elected as their representatives and those In each constituency who represent them, aro seeing that this is done. LETTERS PROVEN FORGERIES. pre-w- ar LOUISVILLE, SATWDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. -- PRICE FIVE CENTS. Hort-Searc- FUNCTIONS no doubt that tho Republican Gov- prepare a programmo that is sure todelight tho parents and friends of their pupils. Reserved seats for tho iw commencement may be procured at luft 1MT tho rectory, Thirteenth and Market On Monday, June 21, at 8 p. m., the graduates of St. Patrick's will en. ii $T. tertain with a social in the spacious Convention SnmsfM UpsBy tho Ring- recreation hall at Sixteenth and Marlinni Press ml SffijSa Hert Thoy assure an enjoyable ket. ovenlng to all who attend. - i! . A, 1 REPUBLICAN i. .; jm CLOSING AT ST. XAVIKR'S. exercises of St, Everyone Rut UitJlJeeralrtjEnJoys tho Xavier's College will bo held next Foolish VajfriRgsXof tho Friday evening at 8 o'clock, when In tho college auditorium tho Right IHnghaAWrHei-s- . Rev. Bishop Denis O'Donoghue will deliver a short address. Tho principal spoech will be delivered by tho Rev. Dr. Charles Miltner, dean of philosophy, Notro Dame University, Democratic Congwm teflal ..Candidates Notre Dame, Ind. Tho Alumni Want SenaieM Beckham to speaker this year will bo A. J. WitwSSwT- Ohligschlager, class of 1910, who is President of the Alumni Association. Tho following boys will speak at tho Tho graduation ORPHAN PICNIC. The collapse of the machinery of the British Government In Ireland and its failure to support oven its routine function, has placed the responsibility for the maintenanceof o order and tho administration of upon tho government of the Republic of Ireland, and has given EInn Fein the opportunity to demonstrate Its aballlty for This is tho assertion made hy the Friends of Irish Freedom National Bureau of Information in n statement given out in Washington. Tho crisis In the land situation In tho rural sections of Ireland, and particularly In Galway, it Is pointed out, has found England powerless to meet tho situation and tho Republican government Is the sole legal authority recognized and obeyed. Tho statement is as rollows: During tho first wook In May a detachment of Irish Volunteers, which includes the police force of the Irish Republican Government, nurrounded tho village of Terryland, County Galway, and arrested three men. Of these one,- - Daniel Hackett by name, was kept in custody and later removed to a Republican Internment camp. The man was a young farmer who had taken a land dlsputo to tho local Republican arbitration court and had signed a Btatomont, as is compulsory, to tho effect that ho would abide by tho finding of the board. Tho case went against him, but he disregarded tho verdict and has now paid the lawful nenalty of imprisonment. This incident, reported In English newspapers, but not found In the cable flisnatches to Amorlca. is but one ex- amnlo of the administration of Jus- n:icVb3PtnSTrfiu Republican Govern ment In place of tho dlscrouiteu English courts, as a result of tho utter collanse of the English system of government In Ireland. This as sumption of the routine duties of government by tho Irish Republic is already recognized by the English jus-tic- C. "the country by Dail EIreann. It 13 with tho approval of tho bulk of tho pooplo that Sinn Fein maintains civil and criminal courts and assumes ono after another tho function of normal government." In County Clare, whero two Sinn Fein courts sat dally for a Jong period and now sit once a week, tho Republican arbitration courts have nlready disposed of over two thouSimilar courts aro sand cases. ed al assumption of power throughout Early in the month of May tho London Nation pointed out that 'tho British administrative system Is being laid waste and thero Is a gener- press. in Kerry and elsewhere. In Kerry not long ago a lunatic was brought to the Killarney Asylum by a Volunteer esoort and, in tho same county, burglars have been traced by this Republican police force and stolen money recovered. Last November thero was a robbery in County Cork which involved tho d The Bum of 13,000. police proved Ineffectual. A few weeks ago six men wero arrested by tho Republican police forco charged with tho crime. The money was restored to the bank officials, from whom it had been stolen. In commenting upon the collapse of the English courts and the police, tho Manchester Guardian recently made tho following statement: "Accordingly tho responsibility for maintaining law and order has devolved upon Snn Fein, which works in alliance with the Irish Volunteers, who have a police department in their force. A land dispute arbitration court site five nights a week in Galway City and can rely upon the Volunteers to back up' its decisions. It must bo added, howaro reever, that these decisions spected scrupulously In tho vast majority of cases." Tho administration of tbe British land acta has been held up since 1914, so that tho buying back of lands by the rightful owners from whom they woro confiscated by tho English has practically ceased, while the value of land has increased enormously. Tho British Congested Districts Board has been unable to offer prices which command a mar-kand tho' work of tho British Land Appeal Court has entirely collapsed. Thus with the land acts in abeyance, tho British Board discredited, and Immigration at a standstill during- the war, tho land famine In Galway has become acute. Stories of threatening letters purporting to como from members of the Sinn Fein party and addressed to landholders have in all Instances been found to be fbrgerles. Any landholder, of whatever political persuasion, who believes that he la being unfairly treated Is entitled to have his case heard by this legal tribunal of the elected government of IreBritish-maintaine- English-- directed ot - land. Among those who haver already brought their grievances before the Republican land dtfate arbitration court are peasants and college At Balltnaaloe recently a (an of 4,000 acres was divided up by the Republican court on terms satletoeiory to ell parties. There is pro-IMM- n. HAPPY UNION. encouraging. Enthusiasm was arousconvention wouktMo' In tho matter ed at tho splendid report of the ButIn tho presence of numerous of the League .otjNatlons, but this ton Committee announcing nearly friends' and relatives tho marriage of was not' tho easel ith the readors of (800 collected through its agency Miss Myrtle Maupln and Sorgt. tho Courler-Jo- u naT and Times. up to this time. This commltteo Aloxander Fustolo was solomnlzed These papers had special representavltlts four or five churches- every with nuptial mass on Wednesday tives on tho gro'mdj among whom Sunday, and will visit St, Ann's, St. morning of last Week at St. Brlgld's were Arthur Knelt? Times editor; Joseph's, St. Martin's, St. William's, officiatHughe .JECourlor-Journchurch. Rev. Fathor-JanseWallace Sacred Heart and Church of tho Aning. Tho attendants were Misses managing editor, land a-- few more nunciation at Shelbyvllle at tho Angela Otte and Esthor Cruse and special represents lives of tho Bingmasses tomorrow. Messrs. Louis Smith and Kenneth ham press. Reai lag" the dispatches Tho Ready to Wear Committee, of Mack. After a wedding breakfast and special bulletins of tho Blng- - bone. which Mrs. Thomas Keenan Is tho brldo tho ham press repre eutatives the Re head, reported donation of a white Poor old Smithy. Wo can't help at tho residence of tho wedding trip publican natlona pnameled convention pro- but feel sorry for him at that. Last happy couplo left on a refrigerator from Mrs. ceedings can be fummarlzed as fol- week ho sidestepped the Bennett to tho East, and after June 20 will James Greene, and tho committee is already pushing this feature actively. W. Mullaney, Arthur L. Musselman, lows: gambling caso and Issued a terrible be at home at 521 Baxter avenue. i Bx-Ruslest man ni ft'io convention The dairy lunch, always well pa- Charles J. Roberts, Joseph M. edict against anyone throwing wasto GHEAT CLASS. F paper on our sidewalks or streets. tronized, requires many workers. Schenkenf elder, Clarenco L. Schulz, Tobn Hert. V. Tompkins, Francis D. Supremo boss Mtho Republican The following day thousands of Lee Yates, who has been active In Charles Leo J. St. Louis Bertrand church was tho scrap pink dodgers were scattered this work before, will give material Vllllen. Ellis R. VIssman, Wagner, party Ross Hert&of Louisville. enthaler, Clarence J. Gentleman wholwill seloct-tliRe aid to tho Chairman of this comthrough Fourth aveniio and frcene of great solomntty and splen,varu u. walsh ana John A. publican noinlncQf Bobby Bing the other main streets. Not an ar- dor at 7:30 o'clock Sunday morning, mittee, and Mrs. C. J. Waldschmldt, n ente. girls and forty-fiv- o ham's close friendr!. T. Hert. who has been allotcd to take charge rest or kick from either Smith or when Man whom Clalrinnn Hays nml Chief Petty, who appears to- have boys approached tho altar to receive of the booth, will bo glad to aval TWIN CITY LEAGUE. nil tho RepubllcaJlcatlcrs nro kow- given up the task ni hopeless of holy communion for tho first time, herself of tho services of all the class being tho largest if tho towing to annly. So far the following hswe Hert. mphing policemen out of "ynp" Joe Felhoeltcr's C. M. A. team, of Presidential c!o4ccS;;-obeen assigned to Thore's a year In Louisville. The children had may bo held. nnd conductors. furnishing Times, Ctiesr'Searcy, Paul reason-- as tho ads say. Tho dodgera been under tho Instruction of Rov. her: Mesdames J. C. Kothetfher, JoffersonvIIle, came near Twin City The convention will be opened by surprise In tho liui'lingnmo and jPJilL.Brown, Ed Spleth. George Rohrman the wero scattered In tho Interest of a Fathor Dawklns, O. P., for several Bishop Shahan, Rector of tho Cath- League Sunday, playing tho St. X colored politlclan-rOMweeks and were well prepared for olic University of America, in Cathereal Govern lawn play entitled "Midsummer Hafenbrledle, Joe Sullivan, Wlllngtho latter or and Mayor, To4gHcrt. hurst, McMann and Joe Snfcckert leaders to a standstill, margin Night's Droam," to bo given on tho the event. Father Dawklns cele- dral School Hall, at 11 a. m. on winning by the narrow of Several monthsago;jthe Kentucky lawn of Lieut. Gov. Ballard. Now brated tho mass and preached a ser- Tuesday, Juno 29. All the deleliko to 3 Mrs. Waldschmldt would to 2 game. Tho Hibernian team Irish American infijgortoon doplcted why havo a lady from each parlsl on this Smith's rule of waste mon that left a lasting Impress on gates of and Its dehad easy sailing with their former Bingham runnlngl'ivjvay with Hert, paper doesn'ttrash apply to Bnllnnl? tho minds of tho children who re- partments tho associationthis' meeting. committee. nnd assemble for o rivals, tho Knights of Co the boss of tho Republican party, Echo answers why? Havo you seen ceived and the many grown-up- s who The opening paper of tho convention It was Interesting news toj all that an automobile had been secured as lumbus team, winning by a score of and the Herald wasshown as a Mio joker flusher of tho Board of had tho privilege of hearing him. will bo ono dealing with a problem lover thceatgnlng to sue Hert Works It Is called tho "joker" be tho leading feature of the' picnic. 18 to 2, and chasing the outfielders of tho general educational philosodt the Knights until their tongues for breach oCvprpmlse. This pfc- - raiiBe If you walking along the The Executive Committee, through phy of our day. The tltlo Is "NewDIAJIOXO .lUULEK. were hanging out from exhaustion. torlal propliecshfsacomo true, and sidewalks andare man nnd Modern University Develnot noticing closely President Naber, reported that a Manager Goorgo fl with. all the uUiejIpsslandbgall pos- Thornton's colts Catholic .nrelates from all opment." It will bo presented ' by up and Ford sedan with electric starter and nally got away from the post and Uihio th TT.'rninjAifMsSiiS.,i a. ha (the .Joketgfluaher sneaks jlirtApaffiiig)L4th6country took JparUJn Jtavj jJoseph demountable rims, would bo award!thfoVfeatrrtngmofIr"eet yourKhoopelngI-ot-Thl!-hrpeday-celJ)., Primes --foTitWdbosnnB-orf ed to Bonto luckyiiersbn"at' theplc-ni- c. breezeJiund6rSctoprOiteL-th- e Knights of St. John team by a score Hert and hastily inquired how could ami muddy "watcrf?'oTcr white bratlon of tho diamond Jubilee com church, New York City. Tho Closing This has been made possible of 11 to 4. Manager Girls or women In Louis Coomes, tho Times support tho Democratic clothes. aro tho establishing of tho meeting of tho association will bo proy through tho kindness of M. J. Winn, tho memorating says that with nominee next fall. For the bonefit dresses of Works specialand Itof Just Bishopric In tho Chicago and the silver hold on Thursday aftornoon, July 1, P. H. Callahan, E. J. O'Bslen. P. J. of the Knights, pet boys of the Herald, tho Democratic panty Board on throwing filth on old men Jubilee of the ordination to the In tho same hall. Tho paper on that Hanlon, H. D. Rodman, Thomas Twlrler Showalter in shape his dotes ICeeley and Mrs. Frank. It is hoped will bo a pennant contender soon. does not expect support from Hert's who aro not spry enough to jump priesthood of Archbishop Gcorgo W. occasion will bo one on "A Construc that the remainder of the sum due The schedule for tomorrow: K. of press boosters and tho only worry- Out of tho way. Funny, isn't it? Mundolein, head of tho Chicago tive Policy for Catholic Higher Eduon the automobile will be forthcom- St. John vs. K. of C, St. X. vs. ing In the case should come from Bowaro of tho Jokor flushor. archdiocese. The celebration sur- cation." It will bo road by tho ing from other charitable minded Mackin and Hibernians vs. C. M. A. ,tho Herald, as Indications point to Thursday It was found out thyit passed anything over before witness- President of Notro Damo University, persons. that organ being loft out In tho cold tho moonlight school for our Key- ed In tho Western metropolis. Very Rev. James A. Burns, C. S. C, The tickets on the auto- Standing to date: mobile will be distributed by Charles and Times stone cops had been discontinued, W. LL. D. L. Pet. while the Courier-Journget first placo at tho Republican but not Prof. Ragsdale's salary of by W. E. St. Xavier Alumni.... G L. V. Frank, assisted On Wednesday ovoning there will 1. 000 0 CARDINAL AT CHICAGO. Anthony Hiberniansv. 1 Moran, B. J. Campbell, bo a public meeting at which His .833 table. For tho true Insight of how $100 per month for teaching the 5 salM. Knights of ColumbusP.. 3 Mrs. Oerst and Henry Nitzken. 3 .500 much figure Boss Hert cut at tho comedy cops In addition to his Cardinal Gibbons started Sunday Graco Archbishop Hayes will speak. J. Parlin will take caro of tickets Cath. Men's Ass'n 2 333 national Republican convention read ary as school Instructor. How's that morning for Chicago, wherfl" ho at- The address of tho evening, will bo 4 Knights of St. John.... x in tho for reform? Did Chief Petty give tended the celebration of the for tho ladles.' given by William D. Guthrie, a dis267 this alibi and confession 4 1 o tinguished fnomber of tho Now Yprk Miss Tlllle Cunlff. of the novelty Mackin Council .167 Louisville Herald, from its special up the police school as a hopeless anniversary of tho 5 correspondent, booth, solicits dolls, boxes and bther Robert Anderson: job or did tho crooks steal tho Keyof Chicago and tho silver Jubl-le- o Bar, on "Tho Constitution and CathWELCOME VIT1TOR. "The strain of tho convention activi- stone student books. novoltles. Her assistants are reAll tho meetings of tho ordination of Archbishop olic Education." encouragement ceiving In ties hns affected Mr. Hert, whoso their Georgo W. Mundolein. He also of tho College Department will- be quests for these articles. Dr. William McCrann, many years strength Iin.4 notUecn up to its MACKIN COUNCIL. opened Thursday's session of the neiu at I'oraiiam University,, which Tho linen booth, under the man- ago a popular resident and promi- Rtandnrd for several dnys. c Convention Is twenty-flv- o Republican National minutes rldo on tho agement of Mrs. J. J. Donnelly, for nent in Irish and Catholic circles Mr. Hert nnd Mr. Hitchcock are the On Monday evonlng the Rev. with an invocation. train from tho Grand Control StaHie Sowing Cirhlo of St. Thomas', here, but now a leading physician best of friends nnd tho Inttcr lias Fathor Francis Martin, of St. PatPapors on the problem of tion. reported donations of a handsome of Omaha, has been here for the been a visitor to nurstborn (Hert's rick's church, delivered ono of tho standardization will bo read at theso NAZARETH. gold wrist watch and thrco quilts. past week as tho guest of Lieut. home) In Jefferson county." Thero's most Intorostlng and Instructive meetings and other questions of This commltteo will be as follows: Col. and Mrs. H. H. Elarth, who is tho true story in that alibi. Hert talks over heard in Mackin Council. Miss Anno Elizabeth Rives deliv- vital Importance to Catholic higher Mrs. J. J. Donnelly, Chairman; Miss his daughter. The genial doctor at- was outmanouvered aud outgeneralHis subject was the value and need ered the valedictory address and education will bo consldoredc Th6 Myra McAtee, Treasurer; Miss Mary tended tho annual gathering at the ed by Hitchcock, and was trying to of thought In dally lire and tho ap- Miss Mary Frances Gorey the saluta- Conference of Catholic Women's McGinn, Secretary; Mesdames Ella Louisville University and met many curry favor with tho victor. parent lack of it on tho part of a tory address at tho graduation ex- Colleges is a section of this departTho Republican' convention as a great number of people at the pres- ercises of Nazaroth Academy Thurs- - ment, and thero will bo representaN'etherland, Win. Meehan. J. C. of his old friends and associates, but Hood, RIggs, Will Callahan, J. B. said ho missed from among them whole can be classed as a failure ent time. Fathor Martin empha- - lv ntnfnlnir of O'fM n'.'.lnplr In Mm tives from moro than twenty CathoArbegust, H. L. O'Brecht, Joseph Patrick Bannon, Thomas D. Clines, and that failure marks Democracy's sized thef act that tho great men of sch00i cuapol. The commencement lic colleges for women present at tho Hoorter, W. T. McNally, Lynn Dodt, Barney Campbell, John J. Barrett, opportunity. Tho selection of a llb-- tho past had all boon thinkers and address was delivered by the Rev. meetings. Tho sessions of tho ParEllen Llnehan, Ellen Purcell, John James Rodgers and others who wero oral candidate at San Francisco will warned against impuisivo action. Bornnrd Boland, of Somerset, and ish School and tho Seminary Depart-men- ts Moylas, Anna Bittner, leaders in their day. Dr. McCrann mean a national victory and the His remarks woro received by a the Right Rev. Denis O'Donoghue, Pant, Louis will bo hold at tho CommoT, Murnano, Hurley, Miriam T. was much Impressed with tho ad- dropping of Beckham hero In Ken- largo and appreciative audfonco, and D. D., conferred graduation honors dore Hotel, while tho subdivisions of Myra M. McAtee, Mary vancement of Louisville, though It tucky will mean a State victory. Tho Iho members aro looking forward to and blessing on the girl graduates. theso groups will hold thoir meetEnos, Misses McGinn, Minnie Moortz, Molllo Cody, was not near as great as that of suggestion first made in these col another visit from Father Martin In ings at tho Cathedral College. Speumns that the now leaders of the the near future. Ann Hannan, Annio Kennedy, Mary many of the' Western cities. cial meetings for tho principals of ST. BRIGID'S. will give a party have Beckham withdraw has Cummins, Edith Dowllng, Mary Mackin Social Club tho schools of the Now York mot with popular favor and from all moonlight on tho East St. Louis on URSULINE ACADEJIY. will Martha Hanrahan, Mary Last Sunday morning twenty-thre- e dral School. be held In tho Cathe1C, parts of tho State comes tho news noxt Wednesday evening, June Harvey, Emma Deppen, Afnes boys had girls and twenty-on- o to McDermott; The Ursullno Academy of tho Im- that liberal Democrats, and extends a cordial Invitation An Invitation was sent in tho Theresa tho happy privilege privilege of reMessrs. Buckner and lu J. Meyers. maculate Conception will hold its can Democrats and now blood Demo- Its friends to accompany them on ceiving their first holy communion namo of Archbishop Hayes to the enjoy-abl- o The Finance Commltteo will be commencement exercises next Thurs- crats will not vote for Beckham. The fhls trip, assuring thorn an Sisterhoods of tho at St. Brlgld's church from tho teaching send representatives United composed of D. J. Murphy, Al S. day afternoon, Juno 17, at 4:30 greatest proof of this is shown in time. to the hands of Rov. Father Jansen, tho States to Conference Smith and Jake Hubbuch. Thomas o'clock In tho school chapel. The the attitude of Democratic Congressto bo held In pastor, by .whom they had been care- Superiors' O'Donoghue, men who havo to make tho race this DenisANNUAL CONCERT. O. Clines will bo Chairman of the Right Rev. fully prepared. In the evening at conjunction with tho meetings of the Bishop of Louisville, will preside, fall. They know that Beckham nt Auditing Commltteo. 7:30 Bishop O'Dqnaghue administer- Educational Association. One hunTho annual concert for 1920, ed the sacrament of confirmation dred representatives will attend, and DIPLOPIAS CONFERRED. and tho prlclptfl address will bo de- tho head of the ticket will spoil livered by the Rov. Raphael Gras- - trouble and ronybo defeat in Novem- which took placo In tho spacious au- and spoko feelingly to tho children the sessions of tho conferonco will of Our "No education is worth while hoff, 0. P. An especial attraction ber. Let the Democratic leaders In- ditorium of the Academy largo congregation present. which does not deal with the soul will be the coronation of the girl vestigate If the abovo statements are Lady of Mercy on Wednesday oven- and Hudson. It is expected that the disof man," said the Very Rev. J. A. graduates by tho Bishop. Tho grad- not true. The thousands of Demo lng of last week, was a decided succussions and deliberations of the CORPUS CHRISTI. Heenan, pastor of St. Louis Bertrand uating class includes Misses Alice crats whp bitterly resent Beckham's cess. In recitation and song every various meetings will bring a complete understanding of tho educa church, at the commencement of tho Baumgarten, Schartz, prohibition views will have their in? word was distinctly hoard, though Antoinette of Corpus Chrlstl, tional problems of tho day, and Tho Feast nlng now, and as for tho Holy Rosary Academy held Wednes- Rosa Leo Moss, Ann Heverin, the youthful perforators seemed to which occurred on Thursday, Juno 'that Demo- make no effort. Tho Junior orchesmucn good win result day morning in tho school audielement a Lococo, Clara May Curtis, from the 8, was beautifully celebrated in all torium. Father Heenan said a one- Elizabeth Ecken, Mario Forbes, Mar- crat from Loltchflold sums up tho tra, with a membership of twonty-sl- tho local churches last Sunday, the labors of tho conference. The begins on Monday. Juno 28. vied with tho seniors' orchestra, sided training Is dangerous, sinco Jit garet Gargatator, Gertrudo Hoffer, situation thus: "Let Bockhnm get Most does not unfold tho whole being. Helen Hagel, Dorothy Kaelln, Kath-erl- n his support nnd votes from tho and both did well. A large and ap- processions in honor of tho post- and ends on Thursday afternoon, having been July 1. preciative audience signified their Blessed Sacrament Kramqr, Hattlo Lell, Sarah "Man must not only bo taught to in order to Here in Louisville tho Democrats pleasure by their applause and Miss poned specially tho glvo all tho peolive for the physical and social llfo Shuler, Laura Mao Warlsburger, working people, ple, of flie world, but for tho spiritual Agnes CENTENNIAL. Court, Hedwlg Eckmann, can make a winnjng fight by tho Luclle Becker, Miss Helen who and Master Bonedlct Pike re- week would bo unable to attend on a as well." Tho speaker explained Angela Stottmann, Mary Elizabeth nomination of a condldote for Conday, gress on a light wlno and beer .plat- ceived encores. The most ambitious ticipating tho opportunity of parCatholics, from all sections of that the higher side of man must Fisher, Sarah Lesher, Fern Schuler. In tho Imposing services. Kentucky and graduates througed form. Despite tha wiseacres, the piano number, tho first movement not be ignored and tho real princiquestion Is not settled as from Liszt's concerto In E flat, playprohibition ples of existence can bo acquired St. Vincent on Tuesday. Wednesday. SACRED HEART. ORPHAN SOCIETY PICNIC. Thursday and Friday, attending the tho peoplo may have an Inning In ed on two pianos by Miss Alma through religion. Preceding the adCongressman Ogden, Muonch and Miss Evelyn Quire, and com- contonnlul dress Father Heenan conferred Tomorrow morning at the Sacred November. On next Monday evening, at 8 meorating celebration exercises Miss Heart church at 7:30 o'clock a large the Republican nominee, will havo a violin solo by Miss Loraine Murdiplomas on the graduates. tho hundredth anniver , Boss phy performed In a most creditable o'clock at St, Boniface "Hall, tho sary of St. Vincent's Academy, one Glynn Mackin, first honor student-- class of Children will make their to dqclars for tho drys because and Miss Catherine Blantord, second first holy communion. For several Hert is lined up with tho dry ele- maaner, and forecast future achieve- meeting of St, Joseph's Orphan So- of the oldest and most noted Cathoheld. honor student, received University of month's tho communicants have been ment and they say that pgden is ments by these young ladles In the ciety Picnic Commltteo will bo mom-be- lic institutions In this: section of the and all country. Tuesday was observed as Louisville scholarships. The grad- receiving instructions from Father threatening to bolt Hert and declare dlvino art of music. Tho "Halle- The roverend clergythe? orphans are religious day, when the older priests and friends of uates include Misses Glynn Mackin, Walsh, the pastor, and the Sisters In for a liberal platform. This is hard- lujah Chorus," from tho' Messiah by to attend this meeting. Handel, under the skillful direction Invited of tho State wero present. Wedaes-- . Catherlnp Blanford, Dorothy Edolen, charge of the school; one of tho best ly possibly though, as tho o in tho city. machino with its hordo of of Miss Rose Henley, displayed high Mary Bush, Alice Dougherty, day was Alnmnao day, at which Upon this occasion style onHhe part GROVE SOCHL. CEDAR Knobelkamp, Helen RIggs, Father W.alsh will preach the ser- negro voters can mako or break a work in colyphonlc toasts were given by several wdme was Tho ma- of tho voal class. This, number celebrating the fiftieth anniversary Mary Elizabeth Callahan, Florence mon, which will' b.one of special candidate In a primary. ' pupils of Cedar of thoir graduation, while the entire Tho Sisters and Kilkenny, Estelle Dougherty, Cather- interest to his (parishioners. chine has already marked for magnificent. Academy will hold a recep- class of twenty-fiv- e Grove slaughter Judgo Win. Krieger, who years ago re ine McCarthy, Evelyn RolUy, Agnes tion and social this afternoon and sponded to toasts. Mrs. B. M. Hart, WILL SIKG'FIRST MASS. was too. fair in the purging- of the Brady and Gladys Hicks. Mustc was CHILDREN RBCEIVE. evening in their academy hall, Of Morgantield. who was graduated rehrtnuipn and becanpo e waste to I6 furnished by the Holy Rosary Orand' Rudd avenue, and sixty-fiv- e years ago, also was, pres Tomorrowwlll bo a great day re- Thirty-fift-h The children of StAAgnes parish appolnPhls brother OttTBepectoVta-tfMJ- l chestra. ir RoAcoe Seaver. County ligiously for Holy Trinity parteln the friends and patrons of tho acad- ent, ina. iinru- aay, rairoue qay, made .their first communion emy are Invited to attend. to doomed fora"- - whoa with Impressive and brlHiant pretty pubSunday morning In was demoted fo .lectures by noted ST. PATRICK'S. ceremony t.$ Revt Otho Staeulile, lic chapel at the Saerid Heart Reflergymen nd'patronSt and on Fri. TRtNITY MOONLIGHT. day the.' commencement exeroises The annual commencement of St. treat on the NewburgLroad. Rev. Itavmtaa , and of .coure Sawlff p. F. M 'wflVbelabrate his flwsol-o'clock, ani for. of theertarty.tna- - bmn vmaajHi brought the celebration to a close. Patrick's oboplllll' t"k Place ia Father Michael, C. Pi celebrated T,mIty Cbuncfl, Y.M, I., will give The 'centennial year is being made Patrkrten Hilfr Sixteenth and Mar the km and in & brjt'iMrntdnJ4m-preaee- d 'tttafarfleMar remarked tffct 'the ma which; 'Rev ..Rather Berreeheim atfd chine ;ap.'t trojrrftd $bout how the ooagripftion bav, madf elabor; Ka second "rpobollght, excursion on the .occasion .for' .tlje raisins; hf a ojt the little onee the., ket streets, o4WHMyerenmg, Jun, ;. many vnue men pecame maor at ip ate preparations. Fattier' ataanbfa the steamer Bast SC Louis; next large' fund to be used In. addmg to of the great blewdhf-tnexae Butters or. 10. at 8. Celt the residents of is a HatlVe." of Loularilte' and made Tuesday evening.. Boat leaver toot the already extensive buildings of e of the enjoyed and should continue to de- tactics or whe Charity, ho . Parkland didn't his studios for tne holy priesthood of ottrtn street; no the Hlehlannda fefttoeaUr to serve. , ehool, the lastitation. Hort-Searcy cess of the orphans' picnic and discuss measures for tho Tho large gathering at tho K. of Grlove. "Our Nation's Bulwark," Leo P. Hall last Monday evening to plan sucwas-ver- y exercises: "True and False Americanism," SNUB FOR OUlTO3AR MAYOR. Thomas M. Abell. "A Word Its Meaning," John A. - Hubbuch. "The Intluenco of tho Press," Harry E. Miles. The graduates include Thomas M. Abell, Louise F. Ande, Clarenco E. Bedan, Roy E. Bingham, Frank R. Breen, H. Stanislaus Buckman, James G. Bullock, George W. Cheno-wetChristopher T. Crawford, Ber nard G. Davis, Edward H. DIeruf, Joseph T. Dougherty, Sylvester O. Glass, Patrick S. Greene, John A. Grieve, Herman G. Gunther, William J. Hambly, John T. Hennessy, Leo P. Hubbucbs John E. Larkln, Jr., William G.'McBrlde, Joseph M. Robert E. McGrath, William P. Manning, Harry E. Miles, Thomas Mc-Ge- of .political conwHfctibris may have been a llttlo- puiieed'thls week to dope out the nominee or what the - Thoso who follMflthe proceedings IK s h, al like the high taxes nnd poor city y government, ns tho .candidates will win because tho maohlne will havo a hordo of negroes registered on th,o books next year. Tho negroes hnvo accepted tho challenge 0 this being a whllo jnan's town, nnd coupled with tho machine offlco holders they claim tho white residents will feel their power after next j ear. Ono can't help noticing tho slight given our near Mayor Smith at the Chicago convention. Asldo from boosting Hert old "Howdy Ed," tho was given quite Lockett caso hero, a press boosting and tho Bingham press and tho Herald would toll us dally that Hert's Governor was attracting much attention and would be temporary Chairman nnd nmybo Vice rresirtcntlnl nominee. This was bunk puro nnd simple as everyone wo now. knows what But to to wanted call attention Is poor old tho snub gjven Smithy. Not a word about him, and he wasn't evon given the post of doorkeeper which Carney Cross, Tom Fllben, Phil Brown and others of tho faithful got along with the other 18.0G5 doorkeepers that aro appointed for a national convention. And to rub It In and make it more miserable for the near Mayor tho General Council, at tho instigation machine, would of the Capnot lot Smithy select tain Bennett ns a Deputy Assessor because ho had exposed the connection of Collector Scales witlr tho Republican machine fund nnd the negro gamblers. Well, Smithy can't say tho Kentucky Irish Aemorlcan didn't warn him at the outset of his term inai unes, raui ana mo rest 01 tho machine leaders were going to rule If ho didn't show some back- at tho Franciscan Collogo In Cincinnati, tho last four years being spent at tho Somlnaryvat Oldenburg, Ind., Char-tran- where he was ordained Friday morning by tho Right Rov. Joseph Bishop of Indianapolis. After the mass tho young priest will Impart his blessing to all present and Will Result From Annual Meeting will be entertained at a parish re of tJio Catholic Educational ception to bo held In his honor. d, JHUCH GOOD i t! DAY OF VVS. Association. J i f tun and merriment for tho children has been provided, and the expense will bo homo by tho Knights. No solicitations of funds for the orphans will bo mado and everybody will be welcome All Chairmen of committees of tho annual Fourth of July picnic for tho orphans aro requested to bo at St. Vincent's grounds" on Sunday at 2 o'clock and meet with the Chairman of tho Grounds Committee, John B. Campbell, for tho purpose of determining tho proper location of tho booths. They will meet In the parlors of St. Vincent's Orphan-ag- o at that hour. Tomorrow has been set asldo as tho annual K. of C. day with the Opens in New York Cftjo'n Juno 29 orphans, and the children from St. and Continues For Four Joseph's and St. Thomas' will be brought to St. Vincent's. A, day of Days. ' '.i 1 V Archbishop Hayes Will Preach at tho Mass in St. Patrick's Cathedral. CONSIDER IMPOUTAXT PROBLEM 4" i3fl e, . o flfty-sove- mo-lorm- f Cotirler-Jonrnal- Archbishop Hayes will preach at the mass in St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, with which the proceedings of tho seventeenth annual meeting of tho Catholic Educational Association will open on Tuesday morning, Juno 29. It is oxpeoted that the great Cathedral win h crowded on this occasion, as the teachers of tho Archdiocese of New York and vicinity havo been invited to attend, and a gathoring of this namro win do an impressivo evidence of tho wondorful work tho Catholic church is doing for tho Christian and civic education of her children In the United States. Tho official programmo has been published, and In Itself Is evldenco of tho great extent and tho diversity of tho educational Interests of tho church. Tho necessity of providing sufficient time and suitable accommodation for the various distinct groups of Catholic educators who havo their special Interests to consider has mado It advisable to prolong tho convention this year a halt day beyond tho customary period, and nlso to provide separate localities In which tho group meetings , ). , ig r, old-tln- ed o5 al . -- DIo-ces- - 1 N Han-raha- n, arch-dloce- so Irish-Ame- ri -- - f Lu-cret- la Irish-Americ- an life-lo- ng x, con1-ventlo- pro-Englis- Span-nlng- or I '1 rs Hert-Sear- cy Erma-gafd- " - hy d; piclrMtel - -- oe y -- h-- e It i. A' kT. , y Kj& i .ILi n. 1 v jKrosrararoErsr KENTUCKY IRISH jcButauac AjBda&xzx&j&js. $ flMERKM COMING EVENTS I fr3t44Kfr$-4.s$Kfrg.- :& Garland. Juno 23 Moonlight excursion of ol Irish Americani tad CathoHci id 10 tht Sodl nd Moril Advanotment Hibernian Social Club on Steamer Young Mea'i Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. East St. Loots. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. July 6, August 31 Moonlight exHelena's cursions t. IRISH AMEBICAN PRINTINQ CO., IncorpocMti. Publishers Club, on East St. Louis. KENTUCKY July 27, August 17 Moonlight JJUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c excursions of Trinity Council on East MtUr. Entered at the Laulivllle Poitofllce St. Louis. PUBLISHED' EVERY SATURDAY. of-S- on church grounds, Seventeenth and i! Juno 16 St. Peter's parish picnic the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS INCOUPOIUVTKD OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. 4 Electric Railways Are a City's Arteries South ; North East West Second-CU- n Utfttt t All CoBBHinlMtlont to tin KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wist Llbrty StTHt (fffa APES (ffijfflj COUNCIL ? f AAA A SOCIETY. A A A A AA"AA A A A AAA A A A A A A A A Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap J; pareL :: AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, f LOUISVILLE, KY. . .SATURDAY, JUNE 12, TORTURE FOR HYPOCRITES. Now that the Supreme Court decrees rigid enforcement of the prohibition laws the American people of the majority can afford to stand by and .enjoy the sufferings of the political prohibitionists of our Congress and Senate, who voted to forco this obnoxious on the public, ben cause of fear of the anti-Saloo- torest on our foreign loans If collected, as It should be, would cover tho finance of the bill. The American Legion and other war veterans' associations should insist on tho interest on our foreign loans being paid, and if they do this they will leave tho opponents of the bonus in Congress no financial loophole for their opposition. political preachers. s of the supporters in both houses could bo safely classe as being fond of their nip rcgula Tho same goes for the fake prohlbl tlonlsts who held up their hand in horror of the saloon, but always bought theirs at tho drug store League Seven-tenth- and Durrett at Prestonla. Mrs. Frederick Harig has returned from Ellzabothtown, whore she spent several days. A. J. Rawley was at Cincinnati the first part of tho week and took in tho races at Latonla. Mrs. Frank McFarland and daughter, Miss Ellen McFarland, are spending somo time In Chicago. Mrs. Kathorlne Cronan vislted"'in Beochmont last week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Scharfenberger. Quy N'evin, a former Louisville OMINOUS. young man, who is now located at Tulsa, Okla., was here on a visit Tho crowding of British troops this. week. Raymond Barrett was last , Mrs. 1920 week the gues't of Mrs. Sallio P. AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE SOUTH QTJATsWTT A1&J 2362 OR CITY 99999P99Vvr99VVVVXKM SBRVIOB Satisfactory Eyeglasses You will find tho best nrgnmdnt for patronizing us in tho long liHt of customers whom wo have fitted with satisfactory glasses. "A TRUE SERVICE." AVe do not sell glasses as merchandise). AVe soil you satisfactory service. Optromctry Is a nrofecsion worthy tho name, and wo practice it in nil its higher branches. Electric railways have gone out of business recently because they could not operate and LIVE under abnormal costs. In twenty-eigh- t months forty-eigcompanies have quit business. In recent years 7,400 miles of lines have been or are now in receivers' hands. The costs that killed or paralyzed these companies still prevail everywhere. Let's keep Louisville street car arteries strong and 'vigorous. W. S. SPEED, Chairman. JOHN W. B ARR, Jr , W. H. KAYE, Executive Committee. ht BECKAM'S ONLY SUPPORT. HOGGISH JOHN HULL. The dispatches now tell us of the threatened rupture between Franco nnd England, the "French disputing England's title to some nowly acquired war possessions. It's tho same old story. Greedy John Bull tries to hog everything in sight and woe be the nation that tries to com pete with or rival England for com Germany was crushed bemorco. cause sho was passing England for supremacy, Ireland is commercial bent beneath John Bull's yoke for fear of being a commercial rival and the future will find Britain conniving with other nations, white, black or yellow, to stir up war and trouble with France and tho United States, the next two in greedy John Bull's path. BECKHAM SCORNS IRELAND. Si ill itil 4KO 11 &bz& Ar&. LottlsrttlaJQf Home Phone City 3238 DON'T FORGET THAT EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR UPSTAIRS STORE Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street QRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. XHCORFOBAVK). IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK A 1 The sale of tho Irish bonds is meeting with great success wherever the causo of that unhappy land has been presented to the public. They have answered her modest appeal with open hands and purses, their The increasing opposition to Senator Beckham's candidacy hearts beating in earnest sympathy confines his backing to the country's greatest disturberthe politror their oppressed brethren across Kentucky Irishmen are ical prohibitionist. the seas. grateful for the assistance of hun Mrs. William Hanloy, of Indiandreds of noble citizens who, Into Ireland has an ominous signifi apolis, was of the guest although belonging to other races, cance. It is becoming evident that her sister, Mrs. Josephlast week P.. Volght, every effort will bo mado to provoke have joined the universal effort to JeffersonvIHe. give Ireland Tho cast and chorus of "Tho Lass and an open uprising. "We still hope place .her among the free nations of that the leaders of Sinn Fein can of Limerick Town" were entertained luncheon the earth. The Senate and the control their followers and continue with buffet evening in and dance Bertrand the policy of passive resistance. But Wednesday House of Representatives have put Hall. It would not surprise us to learn at themselves on record In ringing The many friends of Mrs. Fred of approval and sympathy in any time of a massacre in Ireland. Wrocklago will bo pleased to know the faco of bitter opposition from The military forces of Britain are that she is resting easily at St. JosInfirmary, that small band of narrow, selfish primed for it and it will not be their eph's last week. following an operation politicians who love England and fault it It does not happen. Mrs. John P. Coll, East Maple hate Ireland. stroet, JeffersonvIHe, was hostess at CAUSING TROUBLE a delightful afternoon entertainment Tho blush of shame comes to the last week for the members of her face of every Jover of Democracy in That Interchurch World move roldery club. this State, whatever his race or ment seems to bo giving the Pro Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Michol an creed, at tho thought that Beckham, testant denominations considera nounce the engagement of their one of Kentucky's Senators, arrayed The Presbyterians hftvo daughter, Miss Mary Louise Michel, trouble. wedto William J. Wentzel. himself with our Immemorial Eng- voted to withdraw from it, but th ding will take idaco Juno The 23. land and refused to oppressed Ire- the proviso that an "advisory laW. F. Craven loft Monday night land even the pobr boon of a reso- tlon" to it be having spent mainttalneu for o lution of sympathy. He had his year. The trouble arose over the for St. Louis after Craven, who tho week-en- d is with Mrs. choice to do tho bidding of the pow division of Edward the fund and the tact the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cherokee J. Bosler at their home on erful British cabal that employs its one supposedly road. Individual pernicious influence to thwart every that D. John Rockefeller and one Mrs. William P. Hennessy entereffort made by the friends of Ire- church Inferentlally the Baptist tained with a shower Wednesday land to gain the approval of tho na- were made preferred creditors, so ovening In honor of Miss Julia E. tional administration, or to take his that if the "Interchurch" failed these Pallinan. who will become the stand proudly in favor of the small would be paid first. The Inter- bride of Charles P. Fleece next and persecuted nations for whose church movement may yet prove to Wednesday. Falls, Frank enfranchisement tho world's war was be a boomerang for Protestantism. Mont., is E. Flaherty, of Greatof Mr. hero as the guost fought, With characteristic ingrati- Too and Mrs. William M. Hlgglns until much money. tude ho turned upon the Irish, who his marriage to their daughtor, Misa Margaret Higgins, which takes placo throughout his public career have GOOD NEWS. at Sacred Heart church on June 24. been his loyal friends, and voted Mr. Owen Gathrlght left Saturday Shipping Tho against the Irish resolution. As a night for Colfax, Iowa, where sho is reward for years of ungrudging ser Company, which has established a visiting her sister, Mrs. James P. vice, ho refused patient, long suffer direct line of steamships between the Donahue and Col. Donahue. Later ing Ireland a word of hope or ap- United States and Ireland, has an- she will go to Marshalltown, Iowa, nounced that it will also carry car- whero she will visit Mrs. & R. proval. In a short while Beckham will ask goes from Ireland to Continental Nlc Bosler and bride, who was his party to reward him for his six Europe. This is good news since it Miss Minnie Hiinold, left Thursday feeble, effortless ears in the Sen- means the commercial emancipation for an extended wedding trip to the ate. He will be found fawning at of Ireland, which is the ono thing Pacific Coast. On their return they make their home with the the feet of the Irish, whose dreams Ireland needs to enable her to de- will bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry he has helped to shatter and whoso velop her industrial resources. Most Hunold. aspirations he has scorned. It tho of Ireland's economic backwardness Miss Addle. M. Shlrcliffe and Democrats renominate him for tho is due to her having been confined Georgo H. Hartman were united in Wednesday morning at Senate ho will bring disaster to his to the English market for tho dis- marriage church, a great number St. of Boniface lrty, for thousands of the host citi posal of her wares, consequently she their friends being present to aswas encouraged to develop only that sist at the nuptial mass and tender zens of Kentucky are only waiting an occasion to spurn and condemn industry which did not come into congratulations. manufacturing competition with Tho marriage of Miss Edith Moranhim. quietRichard R. Johnston British big business. With Europe ,,nndHnlnmn,,m1 R,trdnv nftmnAn In wo expect to see a the rectory of St. Louis Bertrand's for a market ANENT THE BONUS. flt-i- n boom In manufacturing In the cities church, tho Rov. Father Lyons of-tlciatlng. Tho bride wore a tan The soldiers' bonus bill has not and towns of Nationalist Ireland. trlcotlne suit and a small brown bat experienced the fair weather polititrimmed In cherries. Her corsage COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. cally which the sacrifices of the men bouquet was of Mrs. Ward roses and The tendency has lilies ot the valley, immediately ar-would warrant. Tho commencement exercises oftor the coromony Mr and Mrs. been to regard the bill as ono lra- Bards-'St. Joseph's College at left on a motor trln to Beaver . potlnr 'too great a strain oh the natown will take place In the college alls. Penn Libtional credit at this time when Tre marriage of Miss Julia Eliza gymnasium on Wednesday. Juno 1 beth Halllnan to Charles P. Flecco erty bonds are on tho down grade in at 11 a. m. The Hon. Frank will take place next Wednesday the exchanges and the Governments Daugherty. former Commonweal af ft n'Mnnlr at St. Phnrlpn credit Is made to appear to be what Attorney, will delhrer the commence-- ( Uorromoo cnurch. Rev. Fathor it ought not to be. Indeed there is ment oration. The following wHl be . Raffo officiating Misa Marie Landes , room 'for the suspicion that the mar- graduated from the High School do- - will be .bridesmaid. Mlaa Mario Hal- partment: Coomo Jr., llnan maid of honor and Mrs. W, P. ket price of. Liberty bonds has been Bardstown; B. Edward Hardest ( and Henneeey matron of honor. Wlllard Marvin L. down in order to Harry C. Johnson, Waverly; J, purposely beaten will serve a3 groomsman and kill tfc bonua. The maea of the lam Luhr. Louisville: Waynel W. ' William P. Hennessy and John Formal as ushers. Following the people, bowerer, can not He oeceivea Harris, Solitude. a ceremony couple tlons by taotiefvot thta disreputable kind. eordMhave not been Issued, butUe leave on a the young East and will given weteeme on bridal tour wani' t to get the reversed clergy, will be They the aluuml their return will begin nousytee?-friand- s of tht eoltoge. ( tonus ana they know that the lu-lag at 2414 Elliott tret. resq-lutio- fraft too. 1 "K "ASK YOUR GROCERS." 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VVVVYYYYYVVYVY HOME tfi FDunwc rnuDAMv uurn, wui INCORPORATED juu d MENS FURNISHINGSj CONFIRMATION CHILDREN 1 LOUISVILLE -- For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395. Special Kates on Large Orders. ' Works 218 B. Market St y)iyvyyyVVVVVV? -T c X SPECIAL OFFEB CUT THIS OUT to our studio ana we will make yon ilx photos lnl R 1&rirM nhntn In llvsO ToiAai In flArtl& aitA tr Sn.flfl- - R.cm. 4c ,Jar price $8.00 without coupon. A, J. SSVUHO, Photographer j T.OTTTSVTTVrK. TTV.v .428 W. MARKET ST. TP ' Bring' 7t11 fn -- i. tt e riv thl coupon jlvo:n:c CLEANING SOUTHERN 4201 SOUTHERN I CONNECTIONS DISTANCE) DYEING DRY CLEANERS :5 tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' "9fe. We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Use All Modern Appliances In tho Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET KT. Phone City 4003 Incorporated rnr in T)nn Cnlmn Shon Store. " in every I a smite TAYLOR TRUNK CO. COO DONE BY EXPEREENCED, CONFHJENT MEN AND MODERN CHINERY. FACILITIES TO SERVE THE MOST PARTICULAR Wo Call For And Deliver Your Salt PARKWAY 124; South PRESSING MA- - SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE FOSTOFFIOE Phono City G827 Main 1576-- J Park CLAUDE MILLER, Manager G51-- J Park 124; South 6510 Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and Dealers In Leather Goods REPAIRING A SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE, KY. Phone City 4C03 iHHBnnvnvna exes HBhuRvEIPh tested JHRMBHUJkH FITTED Tradewater Lump QHkjWH glasses' T E. Yann Dairy Co. 608-51- J. M. BUCKNER "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE -- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4203 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO -. KENTUCKY Headquarters for 507 WEST WALNUT ST. PROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatre CTTT AND FARM See us about anything In real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINGS, atate. Wo eell. buy and rent. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, 504 W. JEFFERSON 6T. TRUNKE, ETC. Some Phone City 4464. FOR MONHY. InLoana to those having regular no publicity comes or salary, with housekeepers r red tape. Loans to pn their personal security. p. R. POOLEY, Building, Beam 1. Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. BEB POOLEY al Nat. Jewelry & Leather Shop in every Swallow Order A Case Sent Home Specify Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Varioty of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Mado Pics, Cakes, Moats 210 SOUTn FIFTH STREET In Middlo of Squaro PRICES REASONABLE Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT COFFEE 004 SOUTn FOURTn $5.75 $5.75 Lump $7.00 BKOOwHH ABIE JellicoVirginia Lump $7.00 West HHwms PRICES Straight Creek Lump $7.00 DR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds EPIHiOIRiS EVBH "best SERVICE Tradewater Nut BEASOir-9flHLAuiiltMB- Kl SlSStarka Building, Third Floor " Fonrth and Walnut PhoBeCIty 1180 OPTROMETRIST, THE Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stamps Frco. FRANKEL Utht CALL or Park. STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE PRICES LOWEST City 2010 COAL CO. Twelfth and Wilson South 273 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'nd 7413 THE VERY BEST Main 467 cil Central Consumers Cb. Incorporated. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phone, Shawneo 802 ' hj GLOBE TIRES City 1134. -- O New Business Management MODERATE PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary Tjoulsiille, Ky. V East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 012-01- Willard Cafeteria 1 ICE CREAM 712 WEST QUALITY FURNAS 0 0. ST. HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING KECO "We EXCELLENT FARE Opposite Court Honse R. C. STILLWELL, Business Manager MEATS SERVED 6:00 to 9:30 Breakfast 11:00 to 3:30 Dinner 5:00 to 7:30 Sapper MKKT Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager KIDNKT I BRECKINRIDGE ICE CREAM 2500 City 186C PHONES:South DEAD ANIMALS CASH PRICES Tin Roofs Repaired and Pointed Asphalt Shingles a Spceciolty 2011 WEST BROADWAY HIGHEST Call Homo Phone City Cumb,. Phone Main 721. TjOUIBVILLE RENDERING HAMBLY BROS. SHOE SECURITY & LOAN CO incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager PAH) Money Advanced on Your Plain Hoc GLOBE Ctai'aMaeJueefn. Mr U mn, ee?r mt'km er tarn aitton. IJL vtiJ(!vTw 40C-7-- IBs 4 CASH Designs & Estimates Furnished LIBERTY BLOW r Mechanical or CREDIT SIDNETS 308 W. Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for 721; CO. 312 west Jefferson street (Second Floor) Home Phono City 2967. CORNS.BUNIONS 'As We Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of Jeftt. Net to Yom at the Noreit Phoei" IflpewW m4 Miwmil Rall SclMWktl TrMM HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy OTOBSS i JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPKCIAX WREATH $5.00 f City 6299 WIELAND-ORUTOHER Cfairydiat 607 Stark BaiMlM Bath PhoJM Main 1146 I LIBERTY BONDS 1 All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'8 Store WUi and Portland. 3.8th and Magaadne In Any Denomination Or Amount. H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE 326 FRAN1C T. MARION, Mgr. S INTER-SOUTHERN NATIONAL WEST HATTERS STRBBT, JEFFERSON DYERS AND CLEANERS Shaw. 1716 City 7164 STATIONERS Louisville, Ky. Established 1820 OFFICE OUTFITTERS PRINTBRfi ASSOCIATION n Well-know- i Wakefield 118 & Co. i BLDG. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 Kaxk galea, Pres. PEOriE'S FBOVXBE2TX Incorporated 00. E South Fifth Street. City 01 Main 100 NEILL-L- Weekly Savings Club SURT ONE Wai Ortranized by On THIS MJNTH WITH THE to axake x. o A 2r S Pnmrtnre and Other Fertonal Property at LOWEST KATES Both Phones 2886 Citizen W jffw IWTWIiWyWP NW1WJ Wverywtiem O A R,A G telezraob Flowwre Garford Trucks 124-12- 6 EAST MAIN STREET" Colombia Trucks Slve your boys as education that will prepare them for life VIELLE SUPPLY CO. A J. O. JMOfct, Sea end Treaa. L. GRATJMAN ft CO. Incorporated Dealer Xa All Klada of Sffloe an Store rixturee, Bafec, C&an Xegla-tera, Show Caaea, Counters, Bhelvloff, Eto. E10 INCOIIPORATED South Louisville Bank Fonrth and Central AveiiHO Kern COLEMAN BUILDING S. E. COR, THIRD AND JEFFERSON . Storing and Repairing. Used Cars for Sale. Service Day and Night St. Xavier's College Zy. 113 W. Broadway, Sonlavlllo, MILL AND THE SHEPPARD MFG. CO. Phone, City 4300 Cuinb. Phone, Main 3580-- A Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers in WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 11261128 WEST MARKET ST. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1C12 WEST MAIN STREET Homo Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. FACTORY SUPPLIES Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. and Business Classical, Sclentiflo Preparatory Department, Large Courses. Swimming fool, wen jsquippea uym Wo Buy Rngs, Scrap Iron, Metals, naslum. Terms moderate. Rubber and Paper Stock Bro. Benjamin, Dir. NOW IS THE TIME FOR STRAW HAT CLEANING WIST 1U BTXBVS Heme Phone, Blty IStI and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 THAT EYES MM SEE op. Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape Apparatus Our Specialty Shoes LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. Watch Crystals Fitted 20 0 Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry 408 Shop 600 EC. BROADVITA v A. LOSE BETTER Is City 2582 M. J. STRIEOEL Main 2582 & CO. NATUROPATH the ftiiu of our grnduntc totnetrista. 834 East Market Street CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 One week of warm weather does away with a slight cold. Hot baths do the same with, a Heavy com. hoi vn Our prt&..aML reasonable, FRED FEIGE & SON SHOES AND SLIPPERS . 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 001-00- 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Avoid the rush by consulting us now Home Phone, City 1109 For Every Member of tho PANAMA HAT CLEANING AND LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY Family Home Phone 3906 NATIONAL HAT CLEANING City 86G West 866 - SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Thoater Open Evenings Until O P. M. WORKS Incorporated FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN Furnishings and Caps 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 60 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em Our glaOKi awr cjynjf ortablc. Oar work Is cnarantocd. Consultation and advice fret. UNION MADE Albert Smith, Prop. S33 W. MARKET ST. Oscar Farmer & Sons JOHN B. WATHEN rURNTIURB BIOVING PAOKEN6I baths (steam or electric baths) nnv cold before nneumonia or pleurisy, etc., set in. TlMi Phnaaa Mil C. J. SCHNKIDJBn, JR, Kasacwr KING OPTICAL GO. EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS. 1134 W. Market St. Louisville, Ky. Ideal Envelopo for Mall Matter Nine O'clock TRANSO A New Envelope Which Open Evenings Until Will Savo Time, Worry anil Money; City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds COMPLETE LINE OP UNION The Home of "Quality Feeds' MADE SHOES 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. CltjClCl -- .Bamet&C. LMrinau,Kr. It Is Fool Proof. Spalding Shoe Co. Both Phones 240G WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING City 8380 ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. TRANSO ENVELOPE CO. AND 680 South TwestySliHi M. Wet MS4 Shawnee 1936 LONG DISTANOH HAULING i ootott us MEAT MARKET xom rr mrxaukxar w SCHNEIDER'S a&ala LOUISVILLE south -nrrH- btrhbt -KOTTVCKX 3110-- 7 HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS "" THE 33 Kenyon Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Tel,, City 2384. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. PLASTERER Cumb. S. 164 BROOK AND BLOOM VAULT OLEANINa 811 REALTY BUILDING Home Phone, City 2164 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Rentllngcr FIRE INSURANCE LIABHilTY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, Cumb. Phone, West 412-- W ty S8. Funeral Director and Embalmer T17-71- Tj. T). B A. -X GRAN W.SMITH'S SON! AL. S. 3MITH, PROP. ; Corner Fourth and Jefferson Home Phone, City 7804 ' 1 H. OHBSTNUT LOOMVUJa, K Ttfel Electric City 985 Co. 1134 PARRAKEET Mineralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET 230 WEST JEFFERSON Main Frank Hariman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DEOORA.TORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2-J Funeral Director and Embalmer! FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS Dry Cleaned and Pressed ..$1.75 Work Called For and Delivered Telephone City 2742 LOUISVILLE CLEANERS A DYERS 666 SOUTH SBYBNTH ST. I BOTH PHONES 810. J CALL US FOR SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS Oil and Grease FOR ALL FURPOSMS Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kentucky Louisville MONDAYS ONLY SUITS DRY CLEANED, (T-- 99f9999f99M99mmmmwmBm9Bt; $f'H"H"H"l't i amwuvwHwwwvmwwwvwwwvmw 5 it" H 1 - -- . K I BOMSPHONB8S CUMBERLAND MAIN 37I-- y fi W j FRED. CLOEMKER Cfr M ft""" H J ll'tf MKI'M-W-frfrW'HT4"H- ' DOUGHERTY & McELLIOnii 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, : J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. m FOURTH AND O STS Suf- Thirty-tw- o 899 ttaLmiz C&lxx GMzcmoi: wsw$Myi,VtovAMM PRESSED Tomatoes, Peppers and Eggplants, If It's For Sale Give Me a Call LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 90c per 100; Cabbage and Caulilc, HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, 10c doz., 60e per 100; flower, FINE VARBLE DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES Potatoes, 45o per 100. Kd. Sweet 808 W. MARKET REALTOR AND AXJCTIONBBR Plaekebaua, Taylor Blvd. A Miller. MAIN City 6443; Main 2434 LOUIBVILLII TRU8T BLDG. Take 4th-a- t. ear via 7tu. Woodland 214 v Beta Pkos Falls City Cleaners and Dyers m Grave Sta. Farklaad J81-- J. Years Ought To Be ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity VEGETABLE PLANTS f fDJimJuD Ct? : I Funeral Z Directors and Embalmers BOTH rH03VJBS. 2808-- a r i i , Cumb. Main till rt"HH IIIJIHIllltHllUM Heme City 2S&8 ! '. '. (HIHMIl" I JSCBSJOBCY IRISH -- AJMCEXO-&J!S:. SWISS CLEANING ypACONasoK IS& ATED I IHEKMAN STRAUS 5I vrougTw Aveim Mfea0ae9Mtga tca0&jTo SONS J! IJ We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. OF market stucet r We Give and Redeem Qeld Tradlng'Stamps. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. The outstanding features of this method aro Ha convenience In making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage" of buying on tho Club Plan during oar various sales AT ftflT.Tl PRICES. Whatever is tho price Of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. There is positively bo advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed Khodulo of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments aro the same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE QIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS SWISS CLEANERS INCOBPORjLTBD AND DYERS j OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT $13.50 - $18.00 White Shirts and Blouses To Go With Confirmation Suit., ''A - : si: ' J is- ' ? SQ 'Co-operation K $1.00 . $1.25 $1.50 .. A- A- - u' yf.'ft1,t3tM$tftftftfrtfrJ8iN"rJTJMf-g- tfttttf Tttt'ttTtltt't'tt1 a Zm, New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. mAa4bAAfttTtffitttt1tttttt),taa( Both Phones 1323 212 WEST MARKET STREET. fr The &$frtfr$ifrfrfrfrfr nun liYcryuuc 9 M4wt Auto Deliver? Anllrmrv V A minium about owning his home. The home account is of ance, for from money to pay you buy. of your bank equal import- it will .come the . . tor the home ; iHome of Your Bank I Account 1 The subjects of wage increase, H. C. of L., d shortage of production are not one-side- JOHN M. MULLOY HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coffcolb Coco, lb Baking: Powder questions. one-ma- n ; Nor is the solution and correction of the evils that may exist in these problems a job. Tea, lb. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building Why not open an account T with this institution, which is X prepared to take care of all g financial matters? $ Fourth and Mam. Tho Oldest Trust Company in the South. High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. Carpets, Stoves andf Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. MONCRIEF FURNACES Answer to Your Homo lleating Problem. THE WORLD'S BEST t ftaDatsBBsMSn "With 1-- a Five Year Guarantco. American Industry, with the problems arising from it, form a Community interest involving the Employer, the Employe and the public. Industry is a d partnership responsibility. It is part yours. Neither Employer nor Employe, Manag-menor Production nor Capital and Labor as represented by these neither one, acting arbitrarily and independently, can move these mountains. But by working together they can do it. In the process of Reconstruction big changes in Industry will occur. United Effort is needed as much today in the work of Industrial Reconstruction as it was in winning the war. and are the big things needed NOW. Settle down, get tlie kind of a job or business you are fitted for. We must stick and save. That is what makes success in the long run. The men who are doing these things today are bigger patriots and are doing more to help America than all of the Radical Reformers rolled in a bunch. three-cornere, nt Fair-mindedness co-operati- on Extract, par tube Plo Filling Egrgr Mitt (20 eggs for 25) 40o t 00a 80c to $1.25 40a 30o to 60c S0a 25o 25o LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 513,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by tho people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES efrfrmi JEFFERSON SWEET SODAS MARKET AT SECOND SHOP (Tlio House of Mirrors) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS INCORPORATED "THE Business BLUE GRASS GARAGE Ncwv- OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Open. For (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET -ALL MEM IN AUTOMOBILES STORED 'AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. CHARGE,EXPERIENCED. IO-S- Olty PHONB-3VTctl1- xx Burns tho Cheapest Coal, "Wood or Natural Gas. Saves 33 3 per cent, on fuel. And cost no more than other first class furnaces. BUY NOW. EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF LOUISVILLE M Incorporated. PAY LATER. ymMMMmmH9mM&XVvSLimFmS!mwQmMmmmmmmmT MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. Main 2382 521 WEST MARKET STREET. City 9384 , . v?S J FRED G. JONES & CO. SASII, DOORS, BLINDS AKD MILIWORK. W LUMBER LUMBER INCORPORATED Affiiis " ' Xanderscw LUIwIdIiKj is Sash 1813 I Brooka ml A Sts. Louisville, Ky . MACKIN COUNCIL LOUISVILLE ART GLASS CO. ORNAMENTAL GLASS ESTIMATES MADE IP DESIRED Metal Setting Jn Zinc, Copper and '" - . BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK MOONLIGHT EXCURSION On Steamer "LEADED" AND JDAStiKALL Kansas City Saturday and Sunday. ftanfa ALL s&jf jmM Broadway mdQai LUMBER 5. 418 to 430 X. SrecHariaffej xtrass mtmr jwcoaa4Tr0 Braaoa Tard ana Switch, r' East St. Louis licveieu Mirrors and Beveled Glass Telephone City 6998 Crescent vnbesl moor Feet loiu St St. Cats. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 St. Matthews 57 29-- L June 14, 15 asd 16 BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER J; W. HESKAMP IftriXsX 3B. 3MCIXXv3Bt 1 OO. LUMBER Both PhoMs 2750 HARVEY-JELLIC- O (IMOORPOSXWWy BinLDER OP HBAVY TBUCK MUSIC AND DANCING VS. BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND Admission 50c. Boat leaves foot FORD BODIES A SPEOTALTT of Fourth street at 8:80 o'clock GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK sharp. KSmm ttM at 3 o'efeck. Rittmd Qaick Service and Quality Msit at Becdwaepr's. Gaaraateed ST., MATTHEWS - - - KENTUCKY HAVE YOUR LOUISVILLE Seats One Board or One Million MINNEAPOLIS wn Sixteenth and Maple Sts. Phone West and City 12. Twelfth and Oldham ELECTRIC FAN laeorperated 393-3- 5 Phone-Ci- City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L COAL CO. ' ' Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated GSNBRAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYKTDB PARTDS6" MAIN STREET 1129 SINGERhs Sewing Machines FACTORY PRICES. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In (he ; kerne work aaesi is JtBMSBhslBsat Overhauled now and avoid thc-rush. VT The Company With the Ceal ani tht Service. Tarda looated at Flitewith and Magaalia. Tard at First aiid.'A. Tavd and Blerater, Fpe and;Pyne"Itrets. Bk P3t at All 1 arda. Childers Elect. Co. 'WJBST MAIN ST. ty 585 Main ins aiiMMy. The field mass and. memorial ex erclees that trere scheduled for to morrow at the Xavler Athletic Field hava Heeu tuurfnnnM) in ftia follow. POSTPONED. Easy terms. Phone us for free Where the rasge staads the test trial on our 1920 model In your where the That's home. "Qeiek Heal" eeeaes We repair any sewlnr machine. AT Where the lightest; Where the mnt ,1, liii "iiel1 ; I aV Where work is doae; Where eookiaa; sei j real fast Where baJdag fires e. Ught Where draete U esa) et sight That's where ' "Qatek Meal" 1. C. DORSET City O0B & CO. Qalek Meal Gaa K Seld. ItalIeA tmi Uiihlr Keeeatmea 542 K. JKFFEUSONSIttKBT GEHER 6k SON, H W! js ma2St ST.