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UAiU nroiik noMi PttftalX STery Orlrer an Sscorl eoo LlTiK Tufcrt 1 Trmfer to Incorporate VOLUME XLIV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Holy Naino Society in tho United States is now 1,600,000, with new Tastefully decorated throughout, Tho first military field mass in the memh(r riinlrllv nniirlntr In. "Mnrn with new pews arrangod and new history of Kentucky will bo solemn- than 50.000 Holv Nimn men sorved statues placed in position1, the work ly celebrated with befitting ceremo- in the war. Plans are being made to of the zoalous pastor. Itev, Patrick nies at Alumni Field, Clay and Ken- establish branches of tho society in M. Monaghan, who saw service over- tucky streets, Sunday morning at practically every foreign colony of f seas, St. James church at Elizabeth-tow- n 10:30 o'clock, tho appropriate ser- Catholics in tho United States. Gifts A10 Essential For Orphans' Ilavo Opportunity Knocking at the looked very ttractlvo to tho vices to bo under the auspices of the Annual Fourth of July Door or mo Son imsco uon. many visitors who attended tho St. Xavier Alumni Association. Right , it for the Knights of Columbus Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Bishop of , vontion. Picnic. last Sunday, members of the congre- Louisville, will preside, and the serOno of the leading social evonts of gation being greatly pleased with the mon befitting the occasion will bo de- - tho week was tho marrlago ot Miss Special ser- llvered by tho Right Rev. Joseph Jeannetto Hlggins, sister of Mr. and ravorfblo comments. vices were held tho preceding Sun- iChartrand, tho distinguished and Mrs. John Hlggins, 1631 South Pres- - Much Progress Bingluun Press Correspondents Stick Reported and, Com. day, when sermons were preached by eloquent uisnop 01 inmanapous, jton street, to William J. Gulnee, a By Tobo Hcrt to tlio Bitter Rev. Fath6r Raffo of this city, and Clorgymon who were formerly St. valued employe of tho L. & N at mittee Named nt Meeting MonRov. Thomas J. Hayes, of Bowling Xavier's students will ljo tho eic6rs St John's church at 6 d'clock TuesEnd. day Night Grem, Since taking chargee of St of the mass. The clergy and public day morning, the Very Rev. Father Schuhmann celebrating the nuptial James church Father Monaghan has of Louisville and viclnltioa, accomplished wonders, and won tho of creed, aro oxtendod a mass and performing the cevemony hearts of tho people oNtll denomina- welcome invitation and adherents ot in the presence ot meny friends and Nomination of Beckham Would Lose tions in that city and thourrounding tho various denominations will parti- relatlvos ot tho brldo and groom. Attention Focused Upon Flno AuUv. " Senatorsliip and Jeopardise o cipate. There is scarcely a family in The attendants were Miss Rachel mobile as Most Attrurtivo Featerritory. tho land that was not in some way Cox and Oscar Cox, little Miss Mary ture. Stnto Victory. Catherino Hlgglna acting as flower called upon to prove its loyalty durKNEBELKA3IP DAY. girl. Immediately after the cereing tho recent world conflict In The games in tho Twin City many instances loved ones made tho mony thoro was a wedding breaktho bridal Leeague last Sunday furnished a few supremo sacrifice. It is to honor fast and reception for tho bride's COMMITTEES ARE ENCOURAGED. NICK VS. THE NEAR MAYOR, surprises, First tho Mackln kids gave loyalty and sacrifice that tho military party at the homo of gathered to the St X leaders a Jolt by playing field mass is being ceolebrated. In brother, where many offer congratulations. thom off their feet, with the exception the world war Catholic and fought side by side that of one bad inning, when tho leaders DEFEAT CARSON?, The donations that are bora: re ran in four scores out ot their total right and Justice might be triumphAfter hearing and reading the final ceived for the orphans' picnic are Republican national details of the of five. And they made eight hits ant. At tho military field mass The Dublin correspondent of tho gratifying, but it is essential convention the consensus of opinion, will wor- Associated Press cables that tho very gifts off Joey Aulbach to the St, X. six Catholic and be given, and many of that off of Bonnell. The A. O. H. and ship side by side in thanksgiving to as the turf experts would say Is that completed returns in the County thom, for the Catholio Orphan Soci old Opportunity is again knocking at O. M. A. broko even dn a double- - tho Lord of tho universe for the blessCouncil elections show a, the door of Democracy and with tho header, tho (Hibernians winning ings of a loyal and devoted army. victory greater than was Sinn Fein ety can not go out into the market expected. ana buy the various articles that are proper leadership at San Francisco theirs 17 to 7 whilo tho Jeff boys won City authorities and Major Gen. beto This have been Invited and will at- tween wa3 owingFein a compact not required. At the meeting Monday the party can select our next Presiin a contest of 7 to 6. tho Sinn and Labor evening attention was focused on the Corps of drummers, a corps Manager Coomos' Knights of St John tend. dent. Tho selection of the'iRopubll-ca- n oppose each other In Lelnster, automobile as tho (most attractive nominee by a little group of old team lost in the last few innings in or buglers and a rifle corps from to Connaught, the coming picnic. This fossil Senators hasn't met with a a 7 to 5 game, which was a pitchers' Camp Zachary Taylor will partici- Munstor and was a similar whilo in featuro ofwill bo compact machine exhibited at the pate in the bolomn functions. Fourth Ulster there hearty reception from tho public and battle between Mclntyro and Grass. depend on English votes for Nationalists and Sinn Will Senator Beckham Motors tho (voters are looking for relief (from Presldont Will Duffy ,and the Twin Degieo Knights of Columbus will es- between the unako common cause Louisville tho city Company and other to Feiners and on tho day of The against the Carsonites, who wore places In City officials have set aside tomorrow cort tho Right Rov. Bishops. the Democratic party. To meot the after his insult to voters of Irish birth and desceni? situation the convention could make as Knebelkamp day at Eclipse Park, music for tho occasion will bo ren- overwhelmingly defeated. Out of 699 tno picnic will bo on tho grounds ot St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum. Do two movo3 at tho outset that will tho Twin City games being declared dered by the full choir from St. do paul's church, augmented by seats the Sinn Fein as a distinct par- nations from E. J. O Brien. P. H. st..xavd3R's. meet with universal favor and offset behalf of the negro was tho cause off and c cry playor and rooter will ty won 525, while the combined for- Callahan, P. J. Hanlon, Thomas Kee- any mistakes made later. Tho first of tho death of many Innocent Lexbo on hand to drive that terrible Jinx tho Concordia Society under tho skill- ces of the Sinn Folu, Commencement exercises on Fri- away. The standing to date: ful direction of 'Mrs. Nold. The tionalists captured 590 Labor and Na- ley, M. J. Winn, H. D. Rodman, Mrs. would bo to kick William Jennings ington residents and little orphans seats. Frank, Al Vogol, Metro Club and day evening terminated a successful music In every detail was composed Bryan through tho rear door and tho left to maurn their loss. W. Pet. by Rov. Brother Boniface, C. F. X., L J James B. Brown havo mado it pos and active scholastic year at St. Once again does tho fcecond would be to adopt a resoluANNUAL COUNTRY PICNIC. o 1. 000 Worcester, Mass. No fee for admisbt. Aavier Aiumm.'. .. 7 Thirty-seveCollege. sible td procure the automobile. Ad crowd at tho City Hall Xavior's tion In favor of light wines and beer. Hibernians. 2 5 .714 sion and no collection will ibo asked. ditional donations are ncceessary to This past week Bryan was sued in tho remind Smith that he anust not as- young men were graduated, Right Knights of Columbus Tho congregation of (Holy Trinity, pay for 3 4 57i However offering of flowers, particu.and it Is expected that Chicago Federal Court for broach of sume too much power as Mayor, and kov. iUems O'Donagnue, Bishop of Cath. Men's Mathews, are busily engaged in they will bo made within a short Ass'n..... 3 .423 larly wild flowers, for the adornment St eontract with a moving picture con- not ask for too many favors. Get Louisville, presiding and conferring Mackin Council 1 preparation for their annual 143 of the time. Charles L. V. Frank is Chair cern. In tho picture he was to 'pose this comparison of strength. Smith the graduation honors. Rov. Father Knights of St. altar for this solemn service 6 picnic, to bo given on the man of a committee to distribute John.... 1 i43 will be acceptable. Any donations of as a prohibition lecturer and saviour was much In love with Police Cant Miltner, D. D. professor of philosoThe flowers or ferns should be sent to St. church grounds August 4 next. pre- tickets on tho Ford Sedan. Ho will f mankind. Tho hitch dn tho deal Bennett, who held brotherly love phy, Notro Dame University, was tho TOLEDO VS. COLONELS. chicken supper will send a letter to tho pastors of the Xavior's College today. Tho pro splendidagain, besides other bo tamo this way. At tho outset Bryan prayer meetings In tho station houso principal speaker of the evening. A. special parishes this week, asking them to Kyrle, pared agreed to pose without cost, then and sent his congregation homo in J. Ohlighschlager, President of the Ecco Sacordos, Roger Brosnahan's rejuvenated gramme: instruct their delegates as to the come back later wanting from tho tho police machines at the expense of Alumni Association, delivered the Toledo club, which- - da vieing with npnui 'opojo 'Joinoajp Iuoa 'BPIO features, and those who enjoy an of this kind producing company 20 per cont the the taxpayers. But Bennett got in alumni address, and four orations Milwaukee In upsetting tho Amorican 3 Ion, Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus no outingengagements should make number of tickets they will dispose for tho day of, there being ten coupons on a card other bad with tho Searcy pets who collect were made by Messrs. Leo. manager 20 per cent., tho bo hore Del, Te Deum. and bo on hand. tor ton cents each. Harry Miles, John Grlevo and Association dopestfcrs, willand Mon League managers 15 per cent., two dollars or more each month from this Mrs. M. J. Parlln Is doing tho work Tho musical pro- day. afternoon, tomorrow INTO ETERNAL REST. and Bryan himself 55 per cent; of the city and county employes. (A Thomas Abell. On paper tho Tolodo team PASSIONIST PROMOTIONS. on the automobile for tho ladles on tho receipts. This statement Of the polite form of claim shaving and fat gramme was rendered by tho college does not appear so "formidable but It Her assistants another committee. division of profits is Bryan's over his for the league, whoever ho or they orchestra. When Hrs. Frank L. Boeder passtd has played them all to a standstill Into Rev. Alfred Cagney, C. own signature and Is filed In the are.) Well, to make n long utory oternal rest Saturday night aftor forVery past six yeears Provincial P., are; Mrs. GJoes, Misses Mary from St Paul down the lino, and thus of tho Agnes Mandehler, Dorothy FOB BETTER USE. eourt records. Can tho Democratic short, they kicked poor old (Bennett far has outdrawn tho other cities in a week's Illness at hor homo, 2617 tho Western Province of tho Passion-i- Mandehler, Mary J. Parlln, Agnes convention afford to listen to this from pillar to post and the near Mayattendance because of their showintr. West Market street, the West End order and well known In (Loui- Ford, Minnie Strickle, Margaret E. Most Rov. Patrick J. Hayes, Archor hasn't been able to get Jiim on the prohibition suffered the loss of ono of its most bishop of New York, who is now pre- But the principal upset to tho dopes- Referring again to the 'Republican payroll anywhere, the iHert- matrons and St Columbus sville, was elected Second Consultor Parlln, Louise Bartlett, Loulso Bart-let- t, poor tors in Association is the Lillian Catherino Bartlott, bosses giving Smlthy'tho paring for his nd llmina visit to showing the thq Colonels, and, strang- - church an examblary and earnest General at the Conference Just ended convention, you will havo to hand it of in Rome. Therefore tho Very Rov. Smith,' Lillian Brown, Frances Gorto Arthur Krock, Lorenzo Martin, laugh. Now for tho other side. Rome, has given over his summer nr ta uiv. Tin lurn well TtniitAil crmra worker. Mrs. 'Reeder was born iflfty Eugeno Creegan, C P., also well ing, Gertrude Sornmor, Hyacinth Wallace Hughes and tho other spec- Patrolman Sinks was fired from the home at Orlenta Point, Mamaroneck, will agree on whatsis tho trouble. years ago and had spent her entiro known' hero, becomes itso facts Pro- Sommer, Geertrudo O'Gara, Catherpolice force for trouble in front of to tho authorities of St. Vincent's rno team ial writers of tho Courier-Journllf o In Louisville. Mre. Reeder is sur a retreat for convales- tharought is constituted or material vived by her husband, a daughter, vincial o the Weostern Province. ine Stickler, Elizabeth Mandohlor, and Times; Theysct"out to convince the Seelbach Hotel with residents of Hospital-ato .bo irrHhe'tfrst division, Gertrude Thorpe, Messre. (Edwin Bell tho readers of the Bingham press Lexington, who insisted on using cents. The estate was tho gift of Unit at the rate the club Is going will airs. Anna u. ry, ana a sister, jvtrs. CHILDREN'S EXERCISES. and Billy Mandehler. that Tobe iHert, tho Ropublican boss their own automobile instead of ono Peter F. Meyer to Cardinal (Farely, be in the cellar before long. It Is B. King. Funeral services were held Tho Button Committee, headed by It was foolish to condemn Business Mana Tuesday morning, Rov. Father from Kentucky, was tho dominating of tho cars boosted by thecity ad- who died there in 1918. The children's ontortainment and Miss Nellie Baker, havo collected celebrating high mass, and the figure In the national convention and ministration. Sinks had a champion deeded over to tho Archbishop of ger Neal for tho poor showing, as what Tobo said went for law In tho lust like "Bennett, but stronger as Is Now York, but Archbishop Hayes Cap" Is not to blamo for friends closing oxerccises of St. Agnes school, more than $1,000 at this play largo attendance of morningmemory. Nowberg. road and Speed avenue, will This committee gave noticeearly date. Q. O. P. One day we would nave shown. Councilman NIok Denunzio, has decided it is too pretentious for ers popping up with men ontho that they was a marked trlbuto to hor bases or To tho beloved husband and relatives take place and will prove would visit tho following parishes scare headlines in tho Times and the leading statesman and parliamen him and might better bo used for the making bonehead plays. Tho entertainment next Sunday: St Agnes, St Aloye- Courier telling us that Tobo was put- tarian from the Seventh waTd, bad a afflicted. the community extends heartfelt sym- very interesting. the afternoon will bo given in at 2 lus, St. Peter's. St. William's, St. ting Lowden over without any trou- - resolution adopted forcing Burlin-game- 's pathy. RECENT DEATHS. o'clock and again in tho evening at 8. Elizabeth's, St. 'Cecilia and Church ot FIRST SOLEMN MASS. bio and tho next day we were told Board of Safety to give Sinks Our Lady. MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES. that the convention dologates were another trial, with the odds In favor Funeral services for Andrew Wpl- OWENSBORO. Tho Rov. Mark L. Parrette, or- pert, Tho Country Store Committee held crying for Howdy Ed. Morrow for of Sinks going back. Of course some years old and a Its first meeting Monday evening and Another successful scholastic year Permanent Chairman of tho conven- people might wonder why do wo have dained to the priesthood at Kenrick most highly esteemed member ot St has been received here organized. J. D. Bennett, who has Invitation tion and that as far as tho Vico Presi- a Board of Safety if tho General Seminary, St. Louis, on Juno 13, will Peter's church, were hold Monday is drawing to a close and glancing and in Frankfort to the marriage of volunteered to the various dential nomination was concerned Council can regulate the police force. celebrate his first solemn mass at morning. Surviving him aro two back over us greater events perhaps Miss Mabel Rodman, a favorite In expects to have guide tho committee, an attractive stand. could havo It for tho But Councilman Nick proved strong Holy Cross church tomorrow morn- brothers, Goorgo and John Wolpert, none give satisfaction than Hert's Governor asking. (But what a fall was there er than our near Mayor, and as an- ing at 10 o'clock. Father Brey, the and two sisters, Mrs. Kate Snider and tho work of St Benedict's Unit of tho Owensboro social circles, and (Rich- His committee, which will be aug ard Sullivan, of Frankfort, which is my countrymen! Tho little group of other proof of his powerful influence pastor, and the congregation .have Sister Mary Socundina, of Mission the Sisters Catholic Students' iworkors Crusade. to take place next Tuesday morning mented later on, is as follows: James D. Bennett, Chairman; Richard D. Though 6llent we are old fossil Senators made a sucker out has had his wife, Mrs. Pansy Denun-fci- o made elaborate preparations for this of Charity. spirit that In St. Paul's church. Many friends Langan, Honry Poetter, Henry J. of Tobo and his candidate Lowden, first on tho Juvenile Court pay- great day. Father Parrette is a naSunday afternon the funeral of proud of tho enthusiastic has accom- and roelativos of tho groom oloct will Poettor, Jr., Ray J. Pootter, acknowledging that they wore using roll and now State 'Labor Woman In tive of Louisville. After tho mfiss has prevailed and "that C Edwin the young priest will impart his bless- Miss Alico B. Brannan took place plished such gratifying results. The go to Owensboro to attend tho wed- Vccneman, Frank Driscoll, Louis him only as opposition to Gen. Wood, spector. from St. Bridge's church, (Rev. Fath ransoming of heathen ibabies, tho ding. A man was fined $50 dn tho Police ing to all present, and will bo enterCarraro, Jr., Louts G. Russell, N. A. and as for Morrow ho never got a Kappor. Leo Witting, Louis Schranz, But tho Bingham (press boys Court Thursday, tho arresting sleuths tained at a reception to bo held in er Jansen conducting the solemn - making of altar linens, tho circula call. Tho deceased was sixty- tion of mission literature, tho collect LETTER CARRDSRS' EXCURSION. N. A. 'Cooper. Mesdaines, Leo Witstuck to their guns and Sunday morn- alleging that he had been writing his honor. five years old and had long been a ing of stamps, etc., havo ing tho Courier-Journin ibig head- .Keystone. I'oiico." "Rotten Adminis been the will bo ting, Charles L. V. Frank, Mahon, An resident of Louisville. EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION. lines said that "Hort was master of tration," etc., on vacant walls. Tho While aiding given all day boat excursiontho local Brongor, Mlssback, Ed. Spelth. Missfruit of our efforts. auspices, of under tho Funeral services over the remains tho missions financially we havo not 's average person will define a "rotten es Martha K. Stickler, Bess Stickler. tho Hour" and that ho made branch Tho first national educational con- of Charles Fritz, son of the late Nich- neglected to aid them spiritually day on of lottor carriers next Tues- Catherino Stickler, Anna Collins, nomination possible although administration" as ono which has an tho beautiful Steamer East Dowllng, Bertha Dowllng, tho ballot shows Tobo voted tho Ken- abnormal tax rate bocauso of ineffi-onc- vention of the Knights of 'Columbus olas and Magdalene Fritz, wore hold which wo consider of tho greatest St Louis, the boat leaving the foot Rose S. tucky delegation' for another dead Then In that case the pollco will bo held in Chicago on July 2. 3 Sunday afternoon at the Church of importance. Wc thank all who havo of Fourth street at 8:30 a. in. This Geneva Dowllng, Florence Pitt, Addle one, Iicnroot of Wisconsin. It is to should arrest Peyton Olark and tho and 4 at tho Auditorium Hotel. More tho Blessod Sacrament 'Rev. Father assisted us in tho past and wo trust Pitt, Lucie 'Veeneman, Blanche O'Sulllvan officiating. Ho leaves ono they will conilnue their kindly in- excursion is given for a worthy purlaugh! officers ot the Kentucky Tax Reform than 250 educators ot tho slxty-flv.-o Marcclla Franko, Llda Seibel, pose and deserves the support of our 6lster, Miss Lucilo Fritz, to whom is terest on our work. Tho Democratic party In Kentucky Association, who an a pamphlet say free night schools operated for the peoplo as the proceeds are set aside Bessio McGee, Katherine Kraus. many compares with tho iFrisco conven- mat .uouisnue nas the highest tax benefit of former service men will at- tendered tho esympathy of Tho Novelty Booth Conwnltteo is for tho relief fund for sick and dis making appeals for dolls, prize boxes,, tion, Inasmuch as our old friend Op- rate In the country, or in other words tend the meeting. HEADS CENTER. Tho attendance friends. Tickets flfty-flv-e abled carriers. toys, etc. Miss Cunlff is tho Chairportunity is knocking at her door In a " rotten administration,'' By the in the schools now" is placed at 165'-0DECLARES KOR IRELAND. by William J. McGInley, K. of C. tho Senatorial raco. Tho voters of way, thoy say tho administration was John Pontrlch was elected Pres cants. Including war tax, and child- man of this committee and has surren thirty cents. Kentucky are Teady to swing in line much elated over the work of detec national educational director. rounded herself with the following ident of tho Floyd County Catholic The American Federation, in an Community Contor at Now Albany. for Democracy this year, and the only tives Keller and McGaliin who made Misses Alberta Wrock-lag- e, assistants: NERINOICX BURSE. FATHER nual convention at Montreal, on Wed- - Other officers aro: Vice President, fly Jn the ointment is the candidacy the capture. Why not put those two PRIESTS FOR OUR DIOCESE. Helen Glass, Louise Bartlett, H nosuay expressed Its approval of the William C. Bir; Secretary, Andrew J. To force wise sleuths on tho trail of tho hundof Senator Beckliam. Halite Whallen, Mario Lorenz, Elsie The Sisters of Beckham on tho Democratic party as reds of crooks and burglars that aro The Rov. Francis R. Cotton, of Irish Republic and requested the Stlorsteadter; Treasurer, Petor W. tho listing of tho Loretto announco Nold, Loretta Brutchor, Glara Porcl-va- l, Father Nerinckx moans tho throwing of operating dally and. nightly, or havo Bardstown, and Rov. Felix N. Pitt, withdrawal of armed forces from Ire- Fetter. tho nominee Mary Rush, Anna Aberhouser, The following directors nromory of their holy founMeyeT, Anna n Scnatorshlp in tho gutter and tho these two sleuths ever made any oth- ot Fairfield, will bo ordained priests land. were elected: Edward TIghe. Wil- burse in der by the pupils of their academies Louise Kuper, Cornelia jeopardizing of tho chances of not er arrest but this ono? They aro for tho Louisville diocese by Cardiliam Kaiser, John J. JWalter, George for the education of priests for tho Lorenz, Mary Leo Henderson, Lula only tho Presidential ticket but the stealing everything from automobiles nal Gibbons at Baltimore on June WON'T SUPPLY FOOD. Mosor ana uuiss juary iteiiy, lor ono Any donations or Tlerney, Agnes Morlarlty, Cathorlne year; Alvln Corcoran, William Miller, Chinese missions.by friends or patrons Morlarity, 'Nollle Morlarlty, Anna Democratic Congressional nominee. to red hot stoves without an arrest 17. Thoy will como to Kontucky H assistance given A general boycott against tho John A. Cody, Fred C. Relsz and Tho Democratic party loaders, mem- or even clue these days and yet they immediately and will celobrato their (help the Morlarlty, Margaret Morlarlty, Eliza will bo bers of advisory committees and oth- wonoor why they are dubbod "Kov- - first mass at their respective homo Irish constabulary was proclaimed Miss Elizabeth JVocker, for two worthy appreciated and will beth Selgel, Irene NIcoulin, Mae Wccause. towns. throughout County Leitrlm this years, and William J. Receveur, v ers, know that the voters will not 6tono police." oulln, Alico Canty, Anna Gallai week by headquarters ot the Irish Frank Zoeller, George A. Kraft and We'll take that back about a near stomach Beckham and ho must be Maymo Gallagher, Nell Earley, ST. PATRICK'S. If any of the leaders clue. Last week a young musician ANOTHER PICTURE CONCERN. Republican army situated in North-- . Miss Mae Hackel, for three, years. withdrawn. Earley, Mary iFallon, Lizzlo CRussi cm Roscommon, enforcement 01 have any doubt of tho Intention of came down Highland avonuo with his Lillian Koyer. Mary Nolan, Blant' commeencemont of St. Herbert, Roso Connlff, Nollle Kuh An $800,000 motion picture cor- tho order will stop supplies of food, Democratic voters especially let violin caso under his arm when ho STHiL AN ENEMY. Patrick's school will take place at the Anna Bortehr, Frances Ekins, Flor them take a poll of any group in any was rudely halted (by two of the Key- - poration is being launched, with milk and other necessaries td the precinct, ward or county i the State. stoners who bad Just left the High- James Slovln as President and Gen- pollco and their wives and children. On this day in the year 1684 the school hall. Sixteenth and Market once Rapp, Rose Loibert Theresa Men who never refused to vote the land car .barn, their former place of eral Manager, James A, Flaherty as English Court of Chancexgave judg streots, tomorrow evening at 8 Trout, Emma Doppen, Ruth CasIl- BISHOP ID3ELAN. Democratic ticket before now say employment Ho was ordered to op- Vice President, John H, Rafforty as ment against the Governor and com- o'clock, and on Monday afternoon ly, Beatrice Cassllly, Drieachback, openly that they will not vote for en tho case and tho two near police Treasurer and, John B. Kennedy as pany of Massacheusetts and declared and evening tho pupils and graduates Sidney Brown, Owensboro, Ed. Canbo known as will bo hosts at a social slven in tho ty, John iMcGullcuddy, Dan Burns', 0. Installation ceremonies for Bishop their chaTter forfoltetu. Beckham and resent any attempt to after a close investigation said: "Wa Secretary, to Corporation. the Slovln Plrturoplay The first forco him on the ticket Beckliam al, we reckon this isn't tho fiddio picture planned is "A Nation's Free- Heelon, of tho Sioux City diocese, And dt was also on this day in 1812 hall. J. McBarron. Mesdamea Creamer, ranst bo withdrawn or tho party we're lookin fer, as the owner's name dom," an epic of Ireland, and the will bo hold at the Cathedral ot tho that the United States declared war Lena Kelly. EULE SPANN. Archbishop against England, hostilities not ceasleaders must select some oho to op- Isn't on4t." Tho young musician in- second "Christianity." The office is Epiphany on Juno 29. Tho Young Ladies Sodality 3ias quired then what was tho ownor's pose him in tho primary. Keane, of Dubuque, will preesldo at ing until 1915. ai ranged an entertainment for Saturin New York. Many iBIshops in The marriage of Miss Josephine day evening, Juno 19, at St Xavier Tho residents of .Frankfort aro al- name. They replied: "Strad Farris." the ceremonies. Eblo and Paul J. Spann will bo. quiet Gym. 119 West Jacob, for the benefit ready finding out how strong aro the The gentleman, gathering that they neighboring States aro expected to SONG RECITAL. INSISTS ON LEAGUE. ly solemnized Monday morning at of the "Novelty Booth Girls," and it .I promises of reform from Morrow and were loosing lor a lost violin of a r attend. his administration. Here is an in- Stradvarius make, then laughed dn The Treble del Club of this city, 8 o'clock at St Louis Bertrana will bo a leap year affair for wfcHai The President in a letter approvMiss (Mary Louise Moran cards ot admission havo been, ieeueti stance. Joe "Wendllng is nerving a their face, but tho Kcystoners aro ing ID3RO OF WARS. under the direction of Miss Rose church. Virthe platform Henley, will give a .grand song Tecital will be tho bridesmaid and only atlite sentence in the penitentiary for still hunting for "Strad Farris' fid ginia Democrats adopted by the that Tho chairman of tno iiatry makes it clear The first American soldier to be at tho Taylorsvllle auditorium of the tendant. Hugh J. Spann will be his Mrs. C. J. "Waldschmidt, was the foulest crime and murder In dle." he will insist on the League treaty man. After their wed- to resign owing to sickness, and Mr. brother's best Louisville's history. Less than one being made a campaign issue. This decorated with tho Xeglon of Honor Court Houso next Tuesday eveenlng ding Journey Mr. and Mrs. Spann will year ago he escaped and was capWAS CHILDREN'S DAY. at 7:30 o'clock. The proceeds will aad Mrs. Thomas Tarpy ktadly clears the political air as far as the was an American of Irish blood. Gen. bo given to AH Saints church, hero at Kearny, who died tured after attempted rape on little of Tay make their homo at jMorristown, N. to accept the duties of ihA po- -' Democrats are concerned. The peo- Philbattle, of Oiantilla, like a He was 'Last Sunday was children's day at ple, however, apaoar to have made the Va. J. sir! In Frankfort It was the unanlorsvllle. Bltlott. Contributions for their aiand ' imous opinion then that no mercy or St Vincent da Paul church, Shelby up their minds that they do not the hero .of four wars. In recogniare respectfully solicited from the boys and want tho League treaty with, or tion of his distinguished services for favors should be shown this brute in and Oak, where ithlrty-flv- e WILL LEAVE LOSS. ST. BOHWAOK PICNIC. people of the city. A partial am. ot 'girls approached the altar at without reservations. They will have the French in the battle of SoMerJno the future. What was the eunpriee forty-eithis committee follows. Mesenr. T. 'J. and horror of Frankfort Presidents to a special solemn thigh m&ee to receive nothing to do with that twin out- during the Crimean war, he was Restoration of, the famous L011- The annual picnic for the benefit Leahy, J. H. (Monaghan; Meammes 'by Napoleon JIT. eee Wendllng out with the prison their flrat Wly communion and renew rage on international morality, and valn library bas been begun by the of St Boniface church school will W. D. (Morris. J. H. Manhn and '(German government at a cost ot take placo nt Fontaine Ferry Park Miss Annie Nevils. band giving concerts far away from their baptismal vows. In the after they are right. SAILS TODAY. more man ;i,uuu,uuu in gom. And next Tuesday, and the committee in the prison and allowed freedom And noon at 2:30 tbeee children were re It Is believed that persons In the liberty on Frankfort' street. This ceived Into the Sacred 'Heart League. deeplte this vast sum the library will charge Invite friends of the school 16 dloceee outside of the eity wtU be .NATIONAL CONGRM6. Delphine Autheman, ot still Buffer loss. is a sample ot the Morrow adminisThe Rev. bring their baskets and spend a pleas- glad to in eootrtbntlar to JUNE DATS. tration reform, but .too much, in thi The first national congress of St. Ambroae chureh at Cecil!, left ant day with the people, and iupile ot the success of bhe picnic,-- ' and they Monday will be ithe louMtdty of members of the Third Order ot at. Tueaday for New York, from nrbemee NBARING TWO MILLION. line oan not.be expected from' Howdy St Boaifaoe' congregation. As it are urged to send farm products, Bd, who TwAed to the front to pro- the year, and on the fottowin day Praneta will be held t,Obieaa la be wfll mil today on itfce .ImpewUof is well knows we aefcool i eendueied egav, butter, eheeat, old taantoaed AAfrordiag to Iter. Ignatia Snrfth, free, .np charge et tuition toei&c ex-- . oouairy baata, aad anything 1fcat,iwlll tect be aaaro, brute .Loekatt, who manner beatna. Many am nader the October of 12'. PreparcUon fer tor ttalr. JS wiW aaead the ureaier of tibe nbw calibre criminal ae inHMtMon that the ooaventtoe are already befofc 9ait at Jala Yaoattoa at hi om home O. P., Mattooal Direetor of tfce or - aeteq, a taw jmnmu nair w given tdd to Am nnaaefrl return Miho T ' pHWftlr JttHTOeYWM Jar aeon 4faan two weeks. ganiaatiap, the mannbanMa of, m to defray1 eapease. made in Ohleaco. taTurm. r. DEMOCRATS WILL NEED ENGLISH VOTES. ELTZABETHTOWN jnLITAItY FIELD MASS. NEED HELP sor-vlc-es IIIGGINS-GUINE- n Irro-Bpecti- I En-tlr- non-Cathol- ic npn-Cathol- Ic Sum-mer- all ten-Inni- Vln-co- nt -- n 1. t It ed all-da- y Anti-Saloo- n Hub-buc- h, Man-dehle- r, st money-grabbe- r? bo-lov- ed Searcy-Burllnga- al s Kal-ah- er slxty-ove- n al Cool-idgo- y. Vee-nema- n, 00 Tho-annu- al W ' x dee-orat- ed ,. .,. mi nt nam ie k!Wj ilC' t.jf :. M - C T i A vE&JxrrxjGiate COMING EVENTS Aj&a ja$3&i&jpm. ' Juno 23 Moonlight excursion of Hibernian Social Club on Steamer East St. Loots. July 6, AugUBt 31 Moonlight of St. Helena's Club, on East St. Louis. July 27, August 17 Moonlight oxcurslonB of Txlnlty Council on East -- t tThe Louisville Gas and Electric Company showed me how to save. Joe. I get dtvtdend checks regularly now, St. Louis. and I'm toying more stock. j SQGIETY. j ee usEimiBi Electric railway costs have mounted sky high in the last few years. ' Coal has jumped 200 per cent, in price since 1914, but you can't run our Hues without coal. Louisville cars use up 100,000 tons a year. AH track materials, ties, rails, gravel, cement, etc.. have gone up on an average of 85 per cent since 1914. But an electric railway must keep' up its roadbed, add these materials are used every day to make the rider safe and comfortable. Remember; these facts when you consider street railway problems. W. S. SPEED, Chairman. JOHN W. BARR,Jr, W. H. KAYE, Executive Committee. AAAAAAAAAA MUs Sue .Reedy was tho weok-en- d guest of Miss Lillian Reagan at Pe-wValley. Miss Anna Clines, of South Sixth Clif- k JPi W lHPQHDT jT r HmHh m I .guest Tom ton, 'had as their week-en- d Bryant, of Cincinnati. Alfred O'Danlel Jias returned from a visit to his aunt, Wlss Oarrlo Duron, at Gothsemane. Tho many friends of Mrs. James 1 Langan will be pleased to hear she Is recovering from 'her recent illness. illss Mary Coll, who has been attending school at Bloomington, Ind., has returned to her homo In Jeffer-eonrill- e. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 'McCann and MIes Florence "McCann, of Paducah, have been visiting Mr. W. B. Bush Mid street, Is 'spending a vacation at tlnsvlllo, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. J. Finegan, of Save 1 7c a Day and Become a Stockholder JTOU do not need much money to start your profit W " family. other lake points. Her guests were Mss Rose Kolb, Mrs. Geo. S. Bain and Miss Lucille Donoghue. Yesterday morning tho niarrlago of Edmond F. Julius and Miss Bertha L. Aeschbach, popular and well known residents of Jeffersonvlllo, will be solGIVEN FOR THE BENEFIT OF emnized at St. Anthony's church. Mrs. Thomas J. Manning announces tho marriage of her daughter, Miss Margaret (Manning, to Edwin T. Schwelzer, which took place Tuesday, June 8, at St. Cecilia's church. Mr. and Mrs. James Cronen announce tho engagement of their daughter, Miss Julia. iMary Cronen, to Jesse M. Carman. The wedding will take place Juno 29 at St. Patrick's church. BRING YOUR BASKETS. Miss Lena Gensheimer and EdAdmission 15c. Tickets on sale at the Rectory, and can also be mund Steinbock, who wore married on Wednesday at St. Anthony's purchased from any member of the parish. church, were entortained at a week end house party toy "Mr. and Mrs. Forest McGaughey. Mr. and Mrs. James E. JIannan have returned from a six weeks' trip to SaniFranclsco and all the Western cities, reeprcsentlng the C. C. Mengel Company at the Lumber Men's National Convention. Mr. and Mrs. John Bernard Wath- en and eons, Norval Wathen and John Bernard Wathen, Jr., will leeave National. Association of Letter Carriers Wednesday for Spider Lake, Wisconsin, where they have taken a cottage for the summer. Mrs. Pearl Price announces the engagement of her daughter. Alpha On Beautiful Steamer East St. Louis. Mary Price, to Louis J. Steuerle. Tho Good union music. Boat leaves Fourth street wharf at 8:30 a. in. wedding will take place at St John's Tickets 55c, including war tax. Children 30c. church, Clay and Walnut, Tuesday af ternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Galvin and daughters, Misses Alice and Elizabeth Hayes, left Tuesday for Atlantic City to spend a short time ibefore going to Point Pleasant, N. J., to spend tho SUNDAY 9 A. M., 2:30 P. M. remalndor of the summer. - MONDAY 9 A. M., 2:30 P. M. Tho imarriago of Miss Margaret Hartung and Samuel Mayhall took 3R OF 3SX J3 place Friday evening at 8 o'clock at IVE fit. Cecilia's church. After an ex MOONLIGHTS tended wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. ' Mayhall will Teturn to Louisville Sep- SUNDAY 8 P. M. MONDAY 8 P.JVI. tember 1. Union, Orchestra. Dancing Free. Myers and Howell Mr. William Doyle announces the engagement of his daughter. Miss Catherine Boyle, to James C. Hyland. The wedding to take place Monday morning, June 28, at St. Patrick's NOW church, at 8 o'clock, very Rev. FathHULL STEAMER PILGRIM er J. P. Cronln, V. G., officiating. NEW STEEL Miss Glynn Mackln entortained Every Sunday. Dancing on Boat nnd at Grovo Two Trips with n luncheon at her home In Flo-.rBroadway New Albany vArrIvo Grove Portland Terrace, on Friday for her visitor, 9:15 a. m. 9:30 a. ra. 10:45 a. m. Miss Irene Grief, of Padpcah. Her 1st Boat leaves 9.00 a. m. p. m. 1:30 p. m. 1.45 p. m. 3:30 p. m. guests included: o 2nd Boat leaves 1:15 Misses SECOND BOAT RETURNING LEAVES GROVE 4:30 P. M. Ruebkainp, Mary Helen Bush, MOONLIGHT EVERY SUNDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS Florence McCann, Catherine Bland-lorBoat leaves Portland 8:00 p. m. New Albany 8:15 p. m. Dorothy Edelen, Irene Grief. Returning 11:00 p. m. Miss Loralne Schupp and W. JR. Dancing Stcnm Caliopo Jazz Orchestra 1500 Electric Lights Davis were married Wednesday For Information morning at St. Vincent de Paul J. J. MARSHALL, 214 STATE STREET, NEW ALBANY, IND. y church at 8 o'clock. After the CUMB. PHONE 1051 HOME PHONE 1451-they left for Washington Now York City and other places In the Home Phooe Gly 3238 Bast, returning July 1, and will be at home to their friends at 928 Ellison avenue. Miss Kathorlne M. Foley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foley, and Eugene A. Fenger were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Tuesday mora ing with nuptial high mass at Holy Trinity churoh, New Albany? Both bride and groom aro prominent In Gktholic circles of tho city, and the STORE rch was thronged with their Mfs. Carl Bartley and children have ibeen visiting at New Haven, tho guests of Mrs. Bartley's mother, Mrs. Annie Whelan. Mrs. J. J. DonoEhuo has returned from a motor trip to Chicago and sharing account with the Louisville Gas and Elsotric Company. can do so for as little as 17 cents a day or $5 a month. St. Boniface Parish Picnic regularly by mail every three months. By investing in useful public service properties thy receive a steady income because they have saved and put their money to work for them. atic payments on whatever number of shares of Preferred Stock you decide upL .. Interest is allowed to you on payments. There is no red tape or long winded contracts. If you cannot complete your payments, you lose nothing. Our large family of Louisville shareholders receive their dividend checks system- TUESDAY! JUNE 22. Grand AHDay Excursion GIVEN b5t ST. BONIFACE FREE SCHOOL At Fontaine Ferry Park All you have to do is to save a little money each month and make and sound investing is the only sure way. Why not plan foY financial independence? Regular, systematic saving ever-growing Invest direct in great modern properties serving the " Come of the public. Put your money to work in your own community where it help to build up home prosperity. i needi FAIXCITY BRANCH NO. 14 in and talk the matter over with our Investment department get the facts by clipping and sending in the attached coupon. or investment Department TUESDAY, JUNE 22,1920 Inquiry Coupon Investment Department .M0 Louisville Gas & Electric Co J of Kentucky Louisville Gas & Electric Ca. Louisville, Ky. Pletj ttnd N""" Street Telephone ma your Investment Uurfttnra. FERN GROVE S E A. "0 A. Ifc 311 W. Chestnut St, Louisville H. M. Byllesby & Co. ffffife I O A. 3 t SUGAR OPEN GJRtOVJES the MoperN way CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" Eyes always tired, headaches, whole system affected, comfort sacrificed? Hare your eyes examined, soe me at once, don't delay. I fit glasses perfectly, assuring porfoct comfort to the wearer. My prices are reasonably, give me a trial and I will convince you. OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. L. N. PEARLMAN'S v al Erma-guard- Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, pareL We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, "Honso of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician 228 WEST JEFFEESON STREET d, reathers and Mens Wearing Ap AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK Byrne & Speed Coal Corporation INCORPORATED V core-mon- A AS NEAR YOU AS, YOUR PHONE SOUTH 2. EDW. A. AXMAN UP-STAI- I QjA-Lvi'i- rr 362 isri OR CITY 'WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." Both Phone 315. 315 Guthrie Street. MORROW, Mnnmcer. .T.J. MoTIGILU, Ast. iWTirr. T. J. k POPULAR PRICE TAILOR Satisfactory Eyeglasses loner 4Hm Rr:0- - ENTERTAINMENTS PRIVATE PICNICS GROTE'S (Formerly Stower's Grove) In tho Beautiful Park on Lincoln Highway STOWER'S STATION, EIGHTEENTH STREET ROAD For Engagements Coll QUOTE'S, 410 West Jefferson St. Phones City 6042 and Main 9392 Rev. father Kaffo perform'ng the remony, tho marriage of Frank H. Ruffaot and Miss Mae Haffner was quietly solemnized on Wednesday of last week at St. Charles church, Wal- enasr Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street Sacred Heart church next Thursday tnornlnat 8 o'clock, Rev. Patrick Walah nerioraing the ceremony. Among those who will come from distance to attend the .wedding are Loulif, C (Flaherty, and Mrs. M. W. SuHlran, of Great Falls; Mrs. J, M. Regan, of. (Minnetonka Beach, Minn., and tMlsses May, Catherine and Roae Flaherty, of Minneapolis'. e The marriage of 'Miss May and Philip A. Wagner took place at St Aloyslus church Wednes'Miss Esther Smith day morning. was the bride's attendant while Mies Pansy Wagner and Eileen Hagan served as flow&r girl- - Edward Wagnpr, brother of jlje groom, was groomsman and JMma.vd Shadburne and WMUm 'Beddinftn twrred e ushers. After the oeremonr vming ootiple left an bride! toot 4o QtA, Manltoujflprtag Shad-bnrn- The marriage of Miss (Margaret Hlgglnu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. HIgglns, and Frank E. Flaherty, of Great Falls, Mont, Jwlll be solemnized with nuptial tmass at ter Haffner, brother of the bride, and Albert Peter, undo of itho groom, being the attendants. After the ceremony the couple left on a Western bridal trip, and on their Teturn iwill be at (home fa the Highlands. Apex Washing Machines The Labor Saver For the Housewife know you aro thinking of get"I ting an Electric WasheV that's why I called. I want you to get an APEX It's wonderful, and I know It iwlll make you Just as .happy as I am. My dear, my new Apex Washer is perfect. I'm so happy about it, I simply (had to call you and tell you. I started my great big washing at nino o'clock, after thehlldren were off to school, and here it is only eleven, and I'm through, any (house is clean and I'm ready to prepare luncheon for my kiddies. Phone for free demonstration. LOUISVILLE APEX CO. 811 Guthrie Street City 149G You will find tho best argument for fmtroalzing us in the list of customers wfaom wo have fitted with satisfactory glasseB. "A TRUE SERVICE." "Vo do not sell glasses as merchandise. TVc sell you satisfactory service. Optromctryis nrofecsion worthy tho name, and we practice it in all its higher branches. WHAT OTHERS THINK IMPOSSIBE WE DO GENERAL AU1SO ' BRAZING REPAIRING ALSO EXPERT WELDING AND DAY AND NIGnT SERVICE THE AUTO HOSPITAL TWENTY-SEOOND Day Call Shawnee 2078 SOHNEIDER-BEATT- AND MAPLE STREETS Night Call Sonth 201T Y 00. STRONGHOLD TIRBS AND SUPPLIES AND MARKET STREETS OILS WDLLARD STORAGE BATTERD2S AUTO ACCESSORIES NORTHEAST Repairing and Recharging Storago Batteries GAS CORNER' TWENTY-SIXT- H Shawnee 3000 GREASE Eb$ '&. Sf i vB West 890 fff ban Aw JjottisrtUeJjf M. J. 8AXN8K, mtWMt Hd MiMftr. t. IMKIN, JR., Y)m Pru. Trtw. '; DON'T FORGET THAT Main 3122 pRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. XHOOXPOXA1 P. BANNON PIPE CO.! 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BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ifW3u7 WksBmWl Modern Conyonicnces bbBbUbwHI lmBTBaPBBeWH mWmmwfmjm MssssnBPBalSifli VaJdMENSvFURNISHINGsJ 8408 W.MARKET STAG ST.yf$ SBSfKwrBjia mmu aawvavBjjasruHi HfJ . know tho medicina proscribed by your doctor is prepared by druggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, being specialists in their work. r""Phono us any hour of the, day or night. Wo will call for and deliver your wants. 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES Phone City 0574 :j k MoGtiE&AXfcY JDIfcUGt City 355-3- 37 Centrally Located in iff II lllstssHill Hi HC 111 ibsbshIi lllll ojssssjyi . The Leslie Apartments (Formerly St. Nicholas Hotel) Booms $1 and Upward Sixth. nn'l Cotirt Place rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA f SECOND AND Day and Night Service STORE CHESTNUT, MACARONI Main 9102 J A. J M ''Mill m I WMMImmW ! V Homo Phono City 395. Special Rates on Large Orders. For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets QALX. KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS St. Works 218 B. Market We Male a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Uso All Modern Appliances in the Elimination ol Pain. m llKMil llllllll ieHsL i tint uuiiijiMii w. 1 lEJfllfl unci K 'y i Seiv r SPECIAL OPPEB OUT THIS OUT Bring1 this conpon to our stnOlo and w will make yon six photos 1& one lars; photo In 11x20 folder In sepia for 93.00. Beffa-- '; 7zll folder and Jar price $8.00 without conpon. ( A. J. SBUnxxa, Photographer ;5 428 W. MARKET ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. " t yVVyyyyyV CONFIRMATION CHILDREN ' PBNDBNNIS Inc. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY ; LOUISVILLE I I J INCORPORATED 1VONG LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU YYyyVyyVVy VAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CONNECTIONS DISTANCE DYEING DRY CLEANERS S51-- J 1 CLEANING SOUTHERN 4201 SOUTHERN Drs. Harrison and Strassburg 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. TAYLOR TRUNK CO. Antral consumers II llBnaBSiTlTITTIfiSBSBSBSBMf DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT MEN AND MODERN CHINERY. FACILITIES TO SERVE THE MOST PARTICULAR Wo Call For And Deliver Your Suit PARKWAY 124; South PRESSING MA- Phono City 4503 Phono City 4503 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE Phono City 6827 Main 1B7C-- J Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and Dealers In Leather Goods LOUISVILLE, KY. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Park CLAUDE MILLER, Manager Park 124 South 651- -i Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty sUHKRLvfJkMPffl Hl2sililaVBlsi?Pl3 (SSMMBI T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 608-51- J. M. BUCKNER If rSMI flwIH "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A iBeBBHSBB DR. JOHN WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET --- f Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. KENTUCKY 11 Headquarters lor 607 WEST WALNUT ST. fR0PBBTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Theatre CITY AND FABM Sea us about anything la real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINGS, estate. We sell, buy and rent. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. TRUNKE, ETC. . Some Phone City 4464. SEE POOLEY FOB MONHY. InLoans to those having regular no publicity comes or salary, with housekeepers to r rod tape. Loans security. fin their personal P. R. POOLEY, Building, Ram 1. Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al Nat. Jewelry & Leather Shop II 11 You Want A Beverage T htSfimiilii4o ..... w..u...owo .. II M and satisfies. . . t Incorporated THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY x Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Mado Pics, Cakes, Meats ' Standard Dairy Lunch House COFFEE $5.75 $5.75 Jellico Lump $7.00 BEASOW- ASLE West Virginia Lump $7.00 PSZOES Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds P. BECKER "best Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stumps Frco. ETXS TESTEr) QSaaSES Tradewatcr Lump Tradewater Nut OPTROMETRIST, '"ntrrr-ffRANKEPlioo City 1 ISO L ... ' DRINK FEHR'S AMBROSIA jjl (I J 1 t '5 219 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middlo of Sauaro PRICES REASONABLE THE VERY BEST We Tailor Your Coat, Dress or Skirt PLEASDIG INDIVIDUALITY eoe ' O 004 SOUTH FOURTH STREET J Near Broadway PROMl'T SERVICE $ PRICES THE LOWEST COAL CO Twelfth and Wilson City 2010 Sonth273 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'nd 7413 EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Home Phone, Shawnee 802 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Made From Choicest Grain and Hops. H. E. WARD COMPANY INCORPORATED , Incorporated 012-01- ICE 712 FURNAS 0R WEST E. BRECKINRIDGE A M 0 0. ST. HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING it ii ; SERVE A EVERY WHERE Order a Caso Sent uome xoany 4 003 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LADIES 1134. TAILORS Main or City riioncs 3245, New Business Management MODERATE PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary MKKT H1UNKY Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Managor Designs & Estimates Furnished u t QUALITY ICE CREAM South 2500- PHONES City 1866 . Tin Roofs Repaired and Tainted Asphalt Shingles a Spccclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY w"tui m a.- - ! "cv GLOBE TIRES City ii II 1 Consumers Co. INCORPORATED Louisville, Ky. i f GLOBE DEAD ANIMALS CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST SECURITY ft LOAN OO Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager v KECO 0V . LIBERTY BLOW Willard Cafeteria EXCELLENT PARE Opposlto Court Honso R. O. STELLWELL, Business Manager MEAXS SEBVED v 0:00 to 9(30 Breakfast Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phono Main 721. -- LOUISVILLB 721; ' Money Advanced on Your Plain Heo Sj' credit wMlm 30S W. tl I Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for SIDNEY'S JeaTer-oom RENDERINa CO. SHOE STORES 812 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. "As Near to You as the Nearest Phoae" HAMBLY BROS. JNO. P. MORTON & INCORPORATED CO. FUNERAL FLOWERS SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 A. Vi srt Wa r U xNouni vf y "n rr - U. & UMTt, TTOV. XVP VM. U 1T JwbM It. r KT. "ti . A Kill A Ml si" St. HEATING & VENTILATINa 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE. ICY. fcr H asakM i ua, aar auk me ondltlon. iw X Sinner Bnpper 11 too 6:00 to to 3:30 7:30 H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. 406-7-- NATIONAL HATTERS 326 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, DYERS AND CLEANERS Whole Family Established 1820 Louisville, Kj Two HAMBLY'S Stores OFFICE OUTFITTERS Shaw. 1716 SCth And Portland. City 7164 STATIONERS PRINTERS 16th and Magazine Weekly-Savings THIS MONTH WITH All Kinds of Footwear For the CORNS,BUNlONS lojTtwtii Md Abrmal Malls SclttWlcityr ASK FOR pi Club THE ' START ONE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central Avenae Homo Phono, City ,4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 35S0-- A PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATIOH incarporatea n Was Organised by Citizens to Make X, O A 8 . We telegraph Flowers On rumlture and Other Personal Property at LOWEST BATES COLEMAN BUILDING S. B. COR. THIKD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2886 Well-know- ttpttV wntnmwi I Bverywher TrttM &V Dr. Uriah Z. Lltssy EWING'S 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDG. CALL FOR AND DELrVER Homo Phone, City 1931 "V NEILL-LA Gkirj41at 507 Starkfl 2UbHfl tmBaammmmmamaaaMmJmuwm Bauliljii Beth Pboaea Main 1146 PRO"D0TS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. Olva your boys an sdncatlon DAIRY VIELLE ltrk Isles, Pres. n. o. jftooDB, ueo. ana OO. xrtts. SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED L. GRAUMAN Incorporated City 6299 WIELAND-ORUTOHER MILL AND Saalers Za All Xlnds of Sffloa aa tor xxtrores, Bares, oasn Beffls- erw, Bnow Oases, Coaatars, BbelvlBg-- , Sto. 810 . CO. FACTORY SUPPLIES We Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, west itais- snunrr - Incorporated Home Phone, City 18St Joseph H.B0SSES0N HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers In aa Garford Trucks 26 WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 1100-112- 8 WEST MARKET ST. Main 2582 City 2682 M. J. STRIEGBL & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 that nm mi&YS - 600 B. I3ROAIX"VA NATUROPATH A. LOSE BETTER Is tho nlm of our gnuluate 334 East Market Street diu ptSSarorcawnaljle. FINE 419 0 baths (steam or electric baths) reWEST JEFFERSON STREET move any cold before pneumonia or Steps From Fourth Count 'Em pleurisy, etc., set in. Incorporated CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 CLOTHES FOR MEN AND One week ot warm weather does YOUNG MEN away with a slight cold. Hot baths do the same with a heavy cold. Hot Furnishings and Caps Our IaScii'S?mrorUxblc. Our work is cruftrantocd. ConsnltaUon and advloo free. Xy. 001-00- 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Conducted by the Xaverlan Drothers. HomePhone, City 1109 and Scientlflo Business Classical, THE SHEPPARD MFG. CO. Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gym- LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Incorporated nasium. Terms moderate. STEEL AND HtON WORKERS Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. City 86G West 866 16l2 WEST MAIN STREET 9 Homo Phono, City 577 NOW 1 THE TIME FOR & ' STRAW HAT CLEANING LOUISVILLE, KY. City .Elevator and Warehouse Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape Avoid the rush by consulting us now 112 W. Broadway, Louisville, Columbia Trucks 124-1EAST MAIN STREET. Storing and Repairing. Used Cars for Sale. Service Day and Night raae prepare them for life that Trill Rubber and Paper Stock a . St. Xavier's College LOUISVILLE WASTE MATTCPTAT. fin a i. Watch Crystals Fitted 20 0 Watch and Jewelry Repairing N The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rox Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. Oscar Farmer Sons C.P.estrzMMi Vrifei Apparatus Our Specialty Family KIMS OPTICAL CO. SYESIOHT SPECIALISTS. Shoes For Every Member of tho Homo Phono 3906 PANAMA HAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds" 122 N. FOURTH ST AND 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. LonlTiUe,Kx. Want ftCo. anflarietsawUUa toatt br b-- lUattniW caUbl NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WOIULS Albert Smith, Prop. 533 W. MARKET ST. City 5161 JOHN B. WATHEN runNrruRB moving and PACKING M. 630 South Tweaty-gfcrtt- a Wert 16S gn&wnee 1986 . LONG DISTANGB HAULING . City 9110. Botfa Ph.osee 3241 C. J. SCHNBIDKR, JR KaMCST 1134 W. Market St. Louisville, Ky. FRED FEIGE & SON SHOES AND SLUPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY WM. P. BANNOM CONTRACTING UNION MADE ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. TO sOTOTIXTX StMW OOTOTBT 466 SOUTH FIFTH BTBJBBT LOUI8VILLE w - - - - KBNTaTCKY tOHNEIDER'l MEAT MARKET j . PLASTERER S. 1G4 THE HOOVER Electric Section Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS MltM Ideal Envelope for Mail Matter A Now Envelope Which Will Save Time, Worry and Money; It Is Fool Proof. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE TRANSO ENVELOPE CO. 33 Kenyon Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phono, Wost Tel., City SB84. TRANSO BROOK AND BLOOM COMPLETE LINE OF UNION MADE SHOES City 8380 Cumb. Open Evenings Until Nine O'Clock VAULT CLEANING 811 REALTY BUILDING Home Phone, City 2154 Spalding Shoe Co. STS. 412-- W NIIfWOiJ'Wei'' GRAN W. SMITH'S SON -- Funeral (Director and Embalmer 717-71- 9 B. CHBBTNOT LOUMVILLB. Kl Tfel City 985 ..rrmmmmT MlaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaW. Electric Co. Main 1 134 HLOUISVILLE ART GLASS CO. 236 TVEST JEFFEItSON THOMAS KEEN AN . "LEADHD" AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS ESTIMATES MADE IF DESIRED Metal Setting in Zinc, Copper and Frank Hart man & Sons HOUSE PAINTER'S AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J CALL US FOR AL. S. ,MITH, PROP. o. k ii i Funeral Director and Embalmer ii Brass Beveled Mirrors and Beveled Glass Telephone City 6998 Res., Shawnee BOTH PH0NE5 810. ..ixji:ebx director.. 1 HOUCPIIONB&$ CCMBXRLAUD MAIN 3S71.y 1529 west market street. J City 6910 1863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated mw. . Thirty-tw- o Oil and Grease FOR ALL PUBPOSBS Keetncky Consumers Oil Company , Kentacky Lonisville MONDAYS ONLY SUITS DRY CLEANED, : I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi fleeo)eeoaitfjsj 1227 WfeST MARKET STREET, 1J. J. BARRETT'S SONS 4 FUNERAL DIRECTORS . FOURTHLAND O STS TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYIUDH PARTDM" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET DOUGHERTY & McRUOTCi! i AND EMBALMjERS. Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity If It's For gale Give Me a Call Both Phones 2406 REUTLINGER & CO. " ltart. fcvvvtvvvywl &St& East rWI VARBLX Adolph RentllHger FIEi INSURANOB LIABHiITY AND adtaixi BBALTOR AND AUOTIONBltR 114 LOUI8VILLBTKUW BLDO. TORNADO, PLATE GLASS 1JJ JKUTH THIRD, STRMT LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S ' HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED. DYED, AT-- SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MAJtKlT CItys'4'43; Main 2434 $1.25 Funeral Directors and Embalmers I ii Falls' Oft' Cleaners amy Dyers 'till Cuab. Mala 20981 ! 1 1 1 1H1H Seae City XW I II M 1 11 ', ', i ! fi ' ' n I JbOBSNIOBCY i$HH$4HKHfrt I IDRtlSJBC -- aJM0HtIOJV. J BACON a SON SWISS CLEANING -li- M(llMlttWIWttlallIMMt HERMAN STRAUS We Qye h SONS i1 lCORPORATED We Qivc and Redeem Surety Ceupem. DO YOU KNOW ASOU7 OUR MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. ,, Redeem Geld Trading Stamps. . Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed CONFIRMATION fa, : HOUSEHOLD CLUB II WWBillwni-- PLAN? - j I ? A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments features of this method are making paxchascs without any ita coavealence la considerable oatlay of cash. The advantage of baring ea the Club Plan daring ear Yarlona salee AT SAIiH PRICES. WhAterer Is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a KoHsehold dab Plan customer. There to pesltlrely bo adranoe. The oHtot&BdlBg SWISS CLEANERS I XNCORPORATBD AND N DYERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS n NORFOLK. SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT $13.50 - $18.00 The "Open Shop" Wave .; White Shirts and Blouses I To Go With Confirmation Suit., There are bo "eoafldoBtlal arrangements." Ii to ooadacted apoa aa opea basis with a fixed eehodale et rates. The first payment aad the monthly payment are the same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLANCUSTOMERS ' ,l f--- a tt Save t,n .i While Your dollar of today comes rather easier than when conditions are nor mal, but its purchasing power is greatly reduced. Every dollar saved today will buy more when prices decline. t (The M 5! but only in association with the other, we declare: "1. The object of this declaration is to foster and protect the industrial and business interests industrial conditions for employers, employes, and the general public. , "2. To prevent and avert industrial disturbof Zanesville and vicinity, to establish equitable The "Open Shop" wave is rolling on in every part of jDur gTeat country. There's a reason. The followincr Declaration of Prin ciples, was recently adopted by an overwhelming majority of the Chamber of Commerce of Zanesville, Ohio: "Believing that labor and capital are partners, not enemies, that their interests are in common and that neither can attain the fullest measure of prosperity at the expense of the other, $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 iseefjefjeeaejeteeieejejej Beth Phones 1323 New Lines of White Geodi and Laces for Girls' 1 m First Communism and Cnnfirmid'nn W.v Aute DeUrerr JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WKST MARKET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coffeelb Tea, lb. Coco, lb Baking Powder Extract, por tube PleFUllne Egg Mitt (20 egga f er 25) 400 t 60a 80oto$1.28i 40e 30o te 60e 30 2ffe 2G Regular deposits of small amounts 1 accumulate more rapidly than occaj 1 sionai large aeposus. ,,j J Start an account with us today either checking or U savings 3 per cent, interest per annum on savings 1 1 Saving Is Good ... j 1 i " ances, to harmonize differences between employers and employes, with justice to all concerned and to insist on the enforcement of the laws of the "3. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More .than 50,000 Bank Acconats, roproaentiac 150,000 people with a total people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. J ! CUIIipUUMUCU SCIIll-cillllUctli- : y. 11.. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. I Columbia Buildiag Fourth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company In the South. I High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES 4&mtQmM Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, L.ace Gurtains and Liinoleums. 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. . IJAMES GREENE MONCRIEF FURNACES Answer to Your Homo Heating Problem. V B THE WORLD'S BEST Tf 1th a Five Year Guarantee. Burns the Cheapest Coal, "Wood or Natural Gas. Saves .13 3 per cent, on fuel. Ami costs no more than other first class furnaces. 1-- BUY NOW. PAY LATER; , MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. Maln.2382 521 WEST MARKET STREET. City 9384 We recognize that every man is entitled to an opportunity to earn a living, to fair wages and proper working conditions, and that the re- . sponsibility rests equally upon government, society and those engaged in industry to see that these conditions and opportunities prevail. "4. To oppose reduction of output, sympathetic strikes, lockouts and boycotts and illegal .persecution, of individuals; all of which are a menace to the industrial progress of our community and Our country and tend to the undermining of constitutional rights. "5. Industry, efficiency, initiative and loyalty wherever found, should be encouraged and adequately rewarded; while indolence, inefficiency f and indifference should be discouraged, "6. To secure for employers and employes, whenever they so elect, not however conflicting with existing or future contracts, the freedom of individual contract in the matter of employment, to insure everyone his right to earn a living 'regardless of his membership or in any union or other organization. iul. To prevent any interference with persons seeking through honest effort to work and earn an honest living. To protect everyone in his hnv-- . ful right to conduct his business or affairs as he $ deems proper so long as he does not encroach on the rights of others. "8. We recognize the right of any employe leave the employ of any employer when he so 'to desires, and the privilege of any employer to discontinue the services of aViy employe when tions so warrant, except when otherwise pro-- , vided by written contract between them. "9. Any employe who elects to work for any employer shall be required to work peaceably and in harmony with his fellow members" ' non-members- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK Bandies , tseeeiieeeeeij SODAS . MARKET AT SECOND A 1 JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP (The House of Mirrors) ' JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS 1 CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES TORAOOOa BfCOXFOXATZD 4 2 i f J IVo-- BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Open For 33uNixa.oeie . (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ST0XA6E 25 CTS. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPEKU ATTEHTIGN TO THEATER AIL MEN IK CHARGE 10-5C- EXPERIEKKB. Oity 8400-IHC03V3- BJ 3VTcxx '. r . BeesssnepBHespisBeieBWBeBiee FRED G. JONES & CO. INCORPORATED Men are Square and Want to be Fair. Tlie "Open Shop" is Fair and Square. ' ' ) . SASH, DOOBS, BLINDS AND MILIAVORK. Louisville, , Brooka nd A Sts. LXJMBE1R iUMBER EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF LOUISVILLE. Incorporated. ' 1813 ANDERS) LUMBER Bkmu audi City Kj . Doors Sash ALL LUMBER HAVE YOUR BUILDma MATERIAL jlZ ,mftwWm jcoapo4reo tH Bwitck, MILL WORK 418 to 490 S. BrftcUaridff; Sruob Tarf topui ft St. Oath. ELECTRIC June FAN iHeorperated 333-33- BASEBALL 21, 22, 23 fand 24 VS. SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT Uome. We BUILDING' AND CRATING LUMBER One Board or One Million Feet TII,!, ' J&9 3MCIIXBJ LUMBER Beth Phones-27- OO. the Overhauled now and avoid rush. LOUISVILLE Sm PRICES. Sixteenth and Maple Sts. Phone "Wct aad Gity 12. COLUMBUS RjitAUJUUSf erl PtVffffllVJVI V &S Childers Elect. Co. 5 ti trial on our 1920 model In your Easy terms. Phone ue for fraa at 3 o'ctaet Rtttmi SmU m reeair any aewlng maohlne. City 0GC9 Where the Quick Meal Comes In brlghteet ; Where Cae WnViV ISO JRvBlv 50 Twelfth and Oldham WEST 53V5 PARRAKEET ST. 29-- L J. C. DORSEY & CO. 842 13. MLAIK Plione-Cl- ty Main Creeeent Minftr&lw&ter & Grocery Incorporated Company work U TlR-Js- i HARVEY-JELLIC- O OKoostroMainss): COAL CO. trti. 8t. Matthews 57 BTJELDB 3. W. HESEAMP OP HBAVY TRUCK BODIDS, GLOBED CAB AND IiADDBS AND GENTS' SUITS 70RD IK)DIH A SPBOTAIVTr Dry Cleaned and Pre6ed.....?1.75 The Company With the Caal ama the Scrrice. GMKKRAL Work Called For aad Delivered BLACKSMITH WORK Telephone City 2742. lfteeatknd?fe4PBelU. Yard t Plret amd.'A, NORTON BUILDING loeted Quick Servke nad QaaUir ChwMHeed uovrnvaoM olbaxbkd vxmm , Tiw and H. - fennfucxr Fwrih IS BOOTH SEVBWTH ST. as. MAnBKnws jPfftli at Alt 1 FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 46S JEFFERSON SI RBE5D FRED EIHART ARCHITECT W.wnir la Wkere the bmJ eeeked beet; Where the rtMge aUwida fce teet 'a where the "Qeiek Meal" eeeaea s Seld. v Where work I doaei wm Where eookteg real faaj Where baklag gires e) light; Where dredge te eat at eight That'a ' where Hh "Qatek Healn eeaaw Xr4s Fhoos t Iwtor,lFe nd'Pr ard. QUk Meal Gee , nHMttnm GEHER 6k SON, Illle la. M,A'tHthlT R ded w. HAT ST,