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LJ if ' Jl As k.13 I? w O IRISH AMERICAN t- MAKE: HOWE OS MAM LoiiIsiIH Krery Driver an Hscort TwJcrt I Trmler ct Incorporate VOLUME XLV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 yyVVVyVVVVVVVyVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVV It Is expeeteif that about 200 Sisters will attewlj'Hie conference. Nearly all tho ro 9V s orders whose mom- bers are ed In child care or nursing w Shave agreed to send ore- presentati On of the toullrflnca ty will be set aside for at tho unl lAMong .tho problems to Official Kqiort of Educational Work theSIste: be diBcu at the Sisters' confer- For Former Service Men and ence are tiolicVoPrCathollc Insti PRICE FIVE CENTS. ceptlon must 'bo made. And, bo It ndded, this Is tho same Ireland that has waged her war for freedom to a DEMOCRAT S Arouse Enthusiasm by Repudiating Grnpo Juice Bryan t Convention.' K.0PC Notional Convention Policy n Blow at tlio Candidacy of Senator Beckham. tutions initfe reception of children. Women. tho eduoatlMMl problems, methods of providing jujttical care, record systems, reereation and the various plans of tigcaro for children wtoo.Huvo Seventy-thre- e Schools Located uav uueujMMii&rgea. irom xno insu In Largest Cities Throughout tutions. Country. NATIONAL HOLIDAY. Near Mayor Possibly Unaware That Police and Fireman are Being Assessed. LUCAS AM) HARVEY f j eration would call for indignation meetings on every street corner. All of tlio above gentlemen were enthus- American Federation of Labor Faviastic supporters of Smith and his ors tlio Resolution by "reform" ticket and It would appear to outsiders as If tho many gambling Majority. ' and graft cases unearthed under the present regime would servo as a slur to good "brothers and their noble cause. All can remember with pride Political Management ' Docs Not how our valiant and esteemod brothStand And Is Not Part of tlio er, the Rev. M. P. Hunt, went through the Tenderloin district just Idea. previous to the election, and reported to tho Federation and In public pneir-hthe naughty and vile thines he had witnessed. Why doesn't the KATES REMAIN UNDER CONTROL good brother Hunt or any of his col leagues go hunting for demon vice now? From all accounts and newspaper stories it must be a fertile field. The National Catholic Welfare Day In and day out there are stories of gambling raids and crimes and no Council, with headquarters at Washword of Indignation from tho good ington, sends to the press the followbrothers of the Men's Federation. ing comments on tho Plumb plan and theyaction of the American FederaVerily our reformers sleepeth. One more sad story of reform. tion of Labor approval thereof: The American Federation of Labor Robert Lucas, Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court, believes in re- in Its Montreal convention voted in form, especially in politics and favor of Government ownership and among politicians, so ho said liimsclf Democratic operation of tho railIn a paid ndvertisenient last fall. roads. Tho vote was taken to be an Now to our story and see If Robert endorsement of the Plumb plan. A made good. Two weeks ago a negro majority of over three to one was crap gamo on West Walnut street given tho resolution, 29,159 votes was raided by Officer Pounds and favoring it and 8,349 opposing It. The Plumb plan takes its name others. Among those arrested was Harvey Burns, the colored undertak- from Glenn E. Plumb, attorney for Mr. er and politician. Burns in Police tue railroad brotherhoods. Court gave the name of Luke Jones. Plumb, with the assistance of others, In the last State Republican conven- formulated the plan, and it was Imtion and In all primaries and elec mediately taken up by tho railroad unions. Tho Plumb Plan League tions Burns was a promlnontfigure fatrjwasaelegatcTWftaornied"'to oxplain-th- e to ideaand TXanlntip ft So was Prosecutor Lucas. n i A itin ma tit tvt Lucas as during the last year several hundred Ches and "Howdy Ed," our figure Chairman of the City and County Re- thousand people have joined the There Is only one publican Committee meets Burns fre- leaguo. It conducts a weekly paper head Governor. doubtful phase attached and that Is quently. Yet Prosecutor Lucas nev- called Labor and sends out speakers the candidacy of Senator Beckham, er askcd-Btirin court why he gave to explain the plan. According to tho Plumb plan the who has aroused the bitter enmity tho name of Luke Jones. Now why Democrats, didn't Mr. Lucas ask Burns, his poli railroads will bo bought by the Gov- ually take bonds and help in the whero elaborate automechanic ens promised. of the Ireland. Demo- tical associate, why lie was testifying ernment on the basis of the aotual Rev. Father Rothheut then ad o the Irish and "Unionists leaders in Ulster have sale. Rev. Patrick Walsh or radio plants aro required. wtoo want under the name of Luke Jones, which number of dollars Invested. Future and Rov. John O'Connor were K. of C. educational conven- dressed tho meeting, saying he was openly boasted that they have the The crats and those Democrats tho tion up tho work of resum- pleased with the Teports of the com- support of the English Government will take to see an end to the was a falsehood itself. There's extensions will be at the expense of speakers and stated tnat the friends regime. This class of Democrats will many a funny angle to reform in poli the territories benefited with tho as- of the Irish Republic are united, and ing tho schools in September and ex mittees and that he was sure this in their attacks on Irish Republicans year's picnic would surpass all tho and on peaceful citizens who havo not vote for Beckham oven ns n tics, as tho above shows, but you'll sistance of tho Government. The each "sounded a warning against the tending their number. nominee, and many of them, to mnko have to save a chuckle for Paul With tho of the other picnics, because nothing would taken no part in political disputes. roads will then be operated as a unit, misleading reports issued for politMire of voting against Beckham, will the innocent Chairman of divided however for easier handling ical purposes a'nd to create dissen- French Government tho Knights of bo left undone to please tho orphans. During tho disorders in Londonderry vote ngalnst tho wholo Democratic the Board of Safety, who states that into dlstrlots. A Board of Direc- sion. Tho bead Quarters are onen Columbus, according to a cable from The clergy and all friends of the or- Unionists have boasted that they ticket. The feeling against prohibi- the mombers of his board did not tors will have immediate direction of, daily and of Ireland will their Paris headquarters to William phans aro kindly Invited to attend could Import as much arms as they tion politicians was shown at the know Burns, the prominent colored the railroads. The directors will ho welcome. S. J. McElliott is dl J. McGlnley, of Now York, Supreme tho next meeting which will be held liked from England, and It has been Frisco convention, as was also shown politician, had been arrested. Rut number fifteen, five of whom will be recting tho rnmnnlcn In T,nnlovl11 Secretary, have been able to perfect on Monday, July 12, at 8 p. at. in St. clear from tho dispatches appearing the feeling of sympathy for Ireland. just the same Pounds, the arresting elected by the classified employes, and Thomas F. Maguiro is State an Information system for parents of Boniface Hall. In tho American newspapers that the five elected by the executives anil five Chairman. the A. E. F. dead desiring to visit Bccklinin must lo withdrawn or tlio policeman, was "fired." British army of occupation and tho graves. RAILWAY TRAINS STOPPED. On every railroad station entire Democratic ticket In Kentucky Incidentally Burns is tho official chosen by tho President. The Board English controlled police ' instead of Of Beck- city undertaker for colored bodies of Directors will appoint the depart- CATHOLIC CENTER is in iTnngcr of defeat.attempting to restore order havo proCAMPAIGN. throughout Franco the K. of C. have Newbridge, County Kildaro, Is tho tected, and supported the Unionist been pormltted to place posters an- ham's defeat there Is not the slight- and was selected by the Board of ment heads, who will then appoint est doubt. their subordinates. Rates will reSafety. ArranKements are uranHmliv mm. ,nouncing cemetery locations and the great military center .serving dlsturbors in their acts of violence main under the control of the Inter- pjeted for the financial campaign for address of their Paris praves infor-th- o After each llttlo tiff with the the Aldershot of Ireland. Tues- and aggression. state Commerce Commission. machlno our near Mayor EDUOATOKo SATISFIED. Catholic Community Center In mixtion bureau at 05 Rue Hoche. day for tho first time it"was sought "Arthur Griffith, acting President comes, out with some idle dream that After the payment of the ordinary New Albany. The Finance Commit- - Tho K- - of c- - have ceased their work to dispatch soldiers thenco by a train of tho Irish Republic, in a statement is probably intended to draw public Catholic educators, both lay and expenses of running the railroads, a tee, which will have charge of the of Photographing graves, having sent passing from Kilkenny to Dublin Issued at Dublin on June 24, 1920, attention away from his humiliation. cleric, were in attendance In large Binklng fund of 1 per cenj will be set campaign, consists of Frank Zoeller, more than 2,500 pictures to parents Tho driver rofused to carry them, and called attention to the fact arms and His espousal of Police Capt. Bennett's numbers at the seventeenth annual aside to retire the bonds. The rest Chairman; W. J. Receuver and Peter ' ln the United States, but at the Paris tho soldiers remained on the trnin, money have been provided for Unioncause was answered by the machine convention (held in New York City will be divided equally between the Fetter. Entertainments for tho ben- - bureau thoy have a complete record blocking up the lino. Subsequently ists whom the Attorney General In in refusing to allow.Bennett totnke and adjourning Thursday, well satis- - government ana the ooay or oflt of the fund are being arranged of Braves registration available, with trains from Athlone and Thurles for Ireland has named a civil guard." any job in the city or or county adwith the work and proceedings ployes, the money going to tho em- - by a committee headed by William detailed information as to how to Dublin were similarly boarded toy Tho report from London on the same When rebuffed tho in all department?. The convention pioyes peing in the torm of a dm C. BIr. Tho entertainments will ministration. soldiers and blocked". The stranded day, saying that Irish Unionists and an' Particular grave, near Mayor then comes forward with proper opened with a general meet dend on wages and salaries with the on with a lawn fete on tho Y. M. I. Ne'ton D. Baker. Secretary of passengers drove to Klldare to catch members of ' the Ulster ,,as appointed James A. Flah-Jul- y through trains, noo stopping at New Men's Association have offered their tho fantasy. Some time ago It was Ing in the Cathedral School Hall executives receiving twice the rate clubhouse lawn Thursday evening, ' Wir Suprome bridge. The soldiers havo orders to services to tho British Cabinet for of Philadelphia, the immense river terminals and tho Tho President General, Right Rov. as the classified employes. If the 15. Georgo Moser is at the ert'- monster bridge to Jeffersonvllle. Thomas J. Shahan, opened the pro- Government's Income amounts to 5 head of a commltteo that is prepar- - Knight of tho K. of C, to the Execu-In- board any train available, so the sit military work ln Ireland, should bo Preceding that it was the beautiful ceedings with a brief address, after per cent of the gross operating revetho Dlans for the nroTiosml new tlve Committee of the War Memor- - uation can not toe relloved toy the dis carefully noted ln this connection. civic center a la Davy Rose through which routine business was trans- nue rates will be reduced. The addition o the Y. M. I. clubhouse for ,als Council. Ho will represent the patch of trains from Dublin. Nothing should be more evident Center street. Now the proposos to acted. All departments were present Knignts oi 'uoiuniDus in tno council iGovernment has had offers of assist Besides the railroad unions and tho use of the Community Center. than that Sinn Fein, as give us a big municipal public mar- at this meeting, when a paper on the American Federation of Labor at a meeting to bo held In Secrotary ance or men trom ueirast to operate i'a national organization, is working Baker's office when plans for tho re- tho trains, but has not accepted them. tirelessly for peace and for tho restoket conducted by tho city. Some of "Newman and Modern University tho Plumb plan has been approved HIBERNIAN BOOM. moval of tho American dead in Eu- The situation Is declared to be not ration of 'oeder in Ireland. the taxpayers are unkind enough to Development" was read by Rev. Jos- by tho Farmers' National Council. Upon . say that Smithy fell down 'badly on eph H. McMahon, rector of Our Lady The Plumb plan has been citlled a At a meeting of Division 4, A. O. rope will bo considered. Bishop W. bad enough as yet to justify tho Gov- Republican courts and upon the lower taxes and of Lourdes church, New York City. Socialist proposal, but dn.the light of H., Monday evening in Bertrand Hall F. McDowel is Chairman of tho com- ernment taking over the trains and his dream of volunteer police force has TklaHn-economy as was proposed at the outnnrl ailfifiaoofnl ondatnna the fact that the Government owner- a report was heard from tho club' mittee. entering on a general conflict. rested for somo time tho solo responset of ibis administration, Louisville's were held by tho college department, ship, of only one public utility Is house committee and It is expected sibility for maintaining law and ordCATHOLIC CHARITIES. tax rate being tho highest of any city punsn scnooi aeparcmem, negro calloa for, tihe charge may toe dis- that a new hall will be purchased er In Ireland. It is tire British GovIRELAND A TRAGEDY. Its size, avIiIIo ns for economy tho clty department, seminary depart- carded as ridiculous. An objection before fall. Tho division is having ernment which Is the sole orlgnator treasury is "done busted." At the' ment, sectional meetings and confer- raised against government owned one of the greatest membership Elaborate preparations aro bcjng of disturbances. England baa found Our readers and all outset of our near Mayor's adminis- ence of religious superiors, at all of railroads that the service would ,be booms in Its history, due to the con- people"wlll read with Interest the fol- made at Uie Catholic University to all political and economic forces in machine used which timely and instructive papers and is inefficient because of political test between the teams led toy Jos- lowing impartial and truthful edi- accommodate the large number of Ireland, with tho exception of the tration tho to give him a llttlo Tope, shoving him were presented and discussed. management does not stand against eph D. Hennessy and John C. Dor- - torial, taken from the Shelbyvllle deleegates who will attend tho sixth small group of d Oil Thursday afternoon tho convenout In front as he was the real Maybiennial meeting of the National Con- Unionists In Ulster, united in their the Plumb plan: .because political sey, both bringing a big batch of ap Sentinel of Saturday. or. But lately ho has been kicked tion was brought to a close with a management is not a part of tho idea. plications at each meeting. Her sole 'slroland at this hour Is a tragedy. ference of Catholic Charities to bo demand for independence. Presi around in the Home phone ordinance, business session and the election of A now type of joint management Is dent S. J. McElllott complimented The spectacle of a noblo people driv- held In Washington September hopo of avoiding this issue now Is a daylight saving law, tho Bennett officors. The final paper was by proposed. The Government, as the tho hustling efforts of tooth member en into open rebellion toy the agents The University has decidod to place war of extirpation against tho Irish the case, etc., and you can look for them Very Rov. James A. Burns, Presi- representative or all the consumers, ship loaders and predicted that with provocateur of tho British Govern- all Its buildings at tho disposal of tho people, and it Is the excuse for this throwing real bricks at Smithy be- dent of Notre Damo University, on Joins with representatives of the men their spirit a club house was indeed ment is again presented to tho gaze deleegates during the conference. It which she is seeking in her attempts "A Constructive Policy for Catholic who know tie rallroal Industry for assured. fore his administration is over. of the world. Scenes that beggar de- prepared to supply thorn with board to provoke violence and disorder Here's a shining example or .how Higher Education." tho purpose of directing the operascription brought about by Dublin andToom at cost. Jn order to arouso there." mamuch attention the Tho mass meeting on Wednesday tion of the railroads. In place of diCastle, auxiliaries , of the British Interost in the September conference EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION. :J chine pays to Smith and bis election night In tho grand ballroom of Hotel rection by financiers there is substiCrown, are everywhere today in evi- local meetings of Catholics Interested HIGHEST HONORS WINNER.promises. Following his election Commodore, attracted a largo attend tuted direction by tho agent of the Arrangements for the Knights of dence throughout that unhappy is- - In social and charitable work are beour near Mayor made personal visits ance. Right Rov. Magr. Joseph K. consumers and the practical railroad- Columbus educational convention. land. To the impartial Inquirer of ing held In all the important cities in Antonio do Navarro, son of tho ers. to the station aniT engine houses, Mooney, V. G., presided, and The Superior great American actreas, Mary Ander whloh will open in Chicago today, the history of that Union, the United States. stating that political assessments Hayes made a brief address. Tho profit sharing feature in con- - were made sundnv at a moetlnir of eviaences are plenty ana on every Council of the St. Vincent do Paul son, remembered here as "Our Mary," were a thing of tlio past and woo bo Mr. William D. Guthrie, Ruggles sldored a wise addition since It givss the Supreme Board of Directors of page can be found of England's inab Society in tho United States will hold has won the highest honors in Engto tlio politicians who attempted to Professor of Constitutional Law at a money encouragement to the rail- - the organization. Three hundred llity to govern Ireland. The present Its annual meeting during tho ses- lish literature at Cambridge, accordcollect from tho police or firemcii. Columbia University, spoke on tho road workers to bring out tholr best I Knights of Columbus educators are acts of the dominant partner In Ire- sions of the conference. Two after- ing to the honor list Just published. Smith was accompanied by Chairman subject of "The Federal Government efforts. Tho fear that tho Influence expected there for the convention, land mako tho Invasion of Belgium noons and one evening will be set Since her retirement from the stage Lewis Johnson, then Chairman and and Catollc Education." The New of the railroad men over the rail-- 1 Directors took under advisement aside exclusively for Vlikentlan work in 1883 Mrs. do Navarro has refused by the merciless Hun palo Into still a member of the Board of Safe- York meeting was a pronounced suc will be so great as to oppress quests from China for tho extension compared to the scenes of The members of the St. Vincent de tho most flattering offers to return. ty. Now here's how much attention cess In every particular and is cer- tho restKf the people Is scouted be- - of the Knights of Columbus to ovlctlon, Imprisonment, murder and, Paul' Society will take a prominent She 4ias, however, been in perfory machine bosses, pay tain to bo fruitful in good results. the of the fact? that rates wip still sessions conference, settlements there. It assassination that are left in the trail part In tholn the of thedealing with mances for the benefit of Father Berbe under the control of the Govern- - was announced that every State ln of this Invasion. to Smithy and his promises. "This sections That unhappy peo- especially ment and will too lowered automatl- - the Tin Ion .would hn rAnrHnntvl Jn ple are struggling, though unarmef, relief, child welfare, and delinquency. nard Vaughan's East End Charities. CLOSING EXERCISES. month they served notice of a $2.1 cally If the Income reaches a certain .the August wllgrlmaite to tEuroDe for to gain tho tolrth-rlgassessment on tho Keystone police of any other JOLLY CLASS PARTY. A programme, including two plays. point and our "hick" firemen, tho officers the presentation of a statue of La- nation, namely, liberty. The great LIFE'S WORK ENDED. little moi-- In proportion, and the and song selections by boys and girls h fayette to A(ete. world war just ended had for its Miss Marietta Horp entertained at machine Is collecting of tho school, marked the closing ex-CATHOLIC CHARmES. Shock following dominant note the freedom of smalan operation hopie, 2744 West Main street, In Uils amount in four Installments, atjercises of another successful year for ap- caused the death Wednesday after- her ntisn BOND RALE. Danh- - ler nations. In practice M would Tule noon honor of her graduating class of of $0.25 per month. Will St. John's parochial school at St, In connection with the National the rate pear that tho application of this At the hut mtJni? of the of Father John B. Schorno at 1920. Those present were Misses our near (Mayor call the bosses' hand Xavior Auditorium. This was the Conference of Catholic Charities to ters of Isabel le. In response to a e as a sequence of the war would bo St Joseph's Infirmary, Father Genevieve Kockel, Marcella Kollras, You can an- sixtieth year that closing exercises on this assessment? held at tho Catholic University, ter from th Irlali Jugo- - Schorno was tonncf tho freedom of n years old and Kollras, Mary Florence Ordinarily have been given Iby the school. The Washington, D, X3., September swer this ono yourself. Committee. IfiUs Hose C (KavanaurK Slovak and everv other nation, civl for many years was a member of the Bertllle Marvel Llchtefeld, Marie. D. D a special conference will be iheld for ' was appctatod jOfcfran to assist is ,llzed or seinlclyllized, should be free. faculty of St. Melnrad's Monastery, one would thtak the busy busyV're- - Rev. George W. Lucy Koertner,, Katliryn formers" of the Men's Federation pastor of St. John's, awarded certifi- Slsters in charge of child carinr in the sale, AV irlto wish to aid in the except those under the British Crown, Dubois county, Ind. He was a naMary O'Connor, who used to guard our morals close- cates to tiie students and made a sfltullons and day nurseries and also good work are ettested ke notify and in the casa of Ireland, ono of:the tive of Switzerland and a member O'Connor, Louise McHugb, Estslle' Marietta ly in Democratic times would reseat short talk, congratulating them on for those encaged in doing work Mies ITinTiiiywpi r eaJl CKy 8729, brightest, noblest, mast courageous f the Order of St Benedict. Tho Schmidt, Messrs Charles O'Keefe Miss Mary M. Martin i iwnoag ike fek leoor. The eoaler-vrft- s US west JMnab, Boom. 304, office aad meet virtuous nations oa the body was taken to Ferdinand, Ind., Herp. this political awostmsst of their their work. Charles Lauscaer, Albert Glass, Carl' ease wHl be heW September vteaiet. chosen sdanhrtstration. - today frfr burial of IrWi AefvbUa Bond CotmnMiee. face of Hie toWtbk globe, alike ex(Jos. Hers, Raymond Got rath. s Over-whelmi- The proceedings of the Democratic convention thus Jar have greatly encouraged the 'boys at home, and It is believed the Independent voter3 as well. A popular chord was struck when slam after slam was taken at old Grape Juice Bryan, and this convention will mark ails last appearance as a well paid newspaper reporter or high salaried representative League. For this of the the American people can be grateful, for If there was one of the political prohibitionists and psalm singers grating on the nerves of the public It was Bryan. In the cities and towns or any district near a Tallroad or telegraph office the community has been on to this Chautauqua Bquawker for years, and his only strength has come from very much backwoods voters, many or whom have just a bare inkling that the civil war Js over and have not been appraised "of the European war thus far. To this unsophisticated clas3 Bryan owes his little strength, coupled with the prohibition fanatics, who are not Democrats but just Mugwumps barking at the door of each party. Summing It all up the greatest deed of the convention has been the squelching of Bryan, and for that lot "us all be thankful. At this writing the balloting has resulted In .5xb. nomination, but with the party's open discussion and stand on the liquor question, the League of Nations and the Irish question the nominees will go to" the public with a strong front. Bringing the question home, it is believed that Kentucky can be brought safely into the Democratic column again desplto the Imported boodle of Tobe Anti-Saloo- After the Bennett gambling case, the indictment of Republican Councilman Wolf and Slater, tho Capt., Guolda case, tho clash between the Sheriff's office and police In gambling raid, after these and others tdo BURNS. numerous to mention ono would Main Points in tlio Plumb Ownerthink that Helm Bruce, John H. Chandler, Henry Johnson, Dr. H. A. ship Plan Approved by United Davidson, Dr. A. S. Lockhart, C. J. Moddls, Fred Gernort and other Labor. National prominent leaders in the Men's Fed RAILROADS n s ns val for th'ejerphans of St. Thomas The world, Including America, will and St, Vieet's will take place on Perfect Information System For Par- hoar your cause and right your Ulster Unionist Leaders Openly Roast ' Monday, Jair' 5, at St. Vincent's, ents Desiring to Visit Graves wrongs at last." Support in Attacks on Cavewood Jm4 Payne streets, when in France. Citizens. uiepuniic fri(ea poopie oi tno city STl JOSEPH'S ORPHAN PICNIC. usually tuWfeut en masse. The gatiefwlll be thrown open at On last Monday evening at St. 9 o'clock Mtfee morning, and childrTHE WAR MEMORLVliS COUNCIL. Boniface Hall the third meeting for UNITED ren underjjtosrteen win be admlttod IX THEIR DEMANDS. tho St. Joseph's orphan picnic was PaJintB-'ar- e free. asked to bring held. President John Tobe callod their ehllowgaad not leave them at tho meeting to order and nraver was home. popular music The official report of Knights of offered by the Rev. H. J. Rothheut, will be furilshedfduring tho day by The responsibility for the rioting a afid there will be Cglumbus educational work for for- pastor of St. Francis of Assisi and disorder In the North of Ireland mer servlcd men and women has been church. The President called upon comfortable-Seatunder the shade of the old forMItrees for all who wish prepared by William J. MoGinley, of tho Chairman of the various commit- was laid directly to tho English GovNow York, Supreme Secretary of tho tees and all reported nroeress. The ernment in a statement Just Issued to re3t f xr .. rna. ' Tho au iMjf-wbe the chief , K. of C, for presentation to the K. following have toeen appointed Chair- by the Friends of Irish Freedom Naconvention ,to be men of Committees: factor of tional Bureau of Information ln at the picnic, and of C. ineducational July 4. (Executive. John Tobe. Dominln Washington. England Chicago, Tho reiB 'Of the congn using every the citv have hold port shows that the K. of C. have, so Lubbers, Sebastian Hubbuch, Henry means in her power, is statement been gene: ItfiR.'tholr offers tn heln the dispose oflttketa. St. Frances of far, expended approximately $5,000,-00- 0 Hell, Henry J. Rueff, Wm. F. Mayer, charges, to bring about such violent on scholarships and the estab Henry Bosse, John Wilms, Ben Toen-Je- s, disorders that she may have excuse Ben Stoeser, Henry Gude. trand haregeejek''' disposed of 500 lishment and maintenance of free for waging an open war of extirpaFinance, Wm. F. Mayer. tickets. .T3;automobllo will bo on night schools. tion on the Irish people. Tho stateIn August, 1919, the report states, Branch tickets, B. J. Gehor. the groundSgyhere all may Inspect It. ment charges that tho British Gov Gate, Henry Michael, Sr. Another clal 'feature will be four the K. of C. appropriated $50,000 for ernment has not only encouraged the Candy booth No. 1, John Wilms. and ulster Unionists In their attacks up donated by the initial functioning of, their educaCandy booth No. 2, Joseph Fleltz. on tho Sinn Felnors in Londonderry the Pittsbu,lel.Company, through tional work and followed recommendations of a committee comprising Miscellaneous booth, Charles JrlO'ConHor. Charles Faulk Bernard and neighboring districts, tout has ner has beelyelaced in charge of Its James F. Byrne, of Now York; Rov. Stoeser. raised no obstacle to their receiving Wynne, S. J., Michael J. John J. Bratwurst and lunch, Ben Toen-Je- s. arms and ammunition from England. disposltlonraSjt: flnaii-meotlnDowney, of Boston; Rev. Edward A. The It Is pointed out that, despite the of tho workers Linen booth, Joseph Otte. great number of British troops ln preparatorTfojfthe picnic was very Pace, of Washington, and Edward T. Refreshments, John Ecken. Ireland, no determined efforts had enthuslastipfgSNjiniorous donations Devine. of Detroit. These men rec Confectionery, Frank A. Ohlmann been made during the week to put an have been JPeeelved, and rather than ommended free night schools for forpublish thSmRll, which would take mer service men and women with and Mrs. Katie Pfaffinger. end to the rioting, and that the Brit Programme, Henry Rueff. too much saceXa-genera- l ish troops have In fact protected and expression nominal fees for civilians and ex pressed tho opinion that if the K. of Buttons, Henry Bosse. of thanks tllgonors w.Ill suffice. sustained tho military efforts of tho C. had five or six schools well estab Ice, Emu Peter. armed and organized Unionists aglished within a year the movement Ice cream, No. 1, Val Bescndorf. gressors. The statement reads: IRiagpONP QUOTA. could bo successful. Ice cream, No. 2, John Ernst. "England Is determined, upon a The Knights,- Secretary McGIn Booths, Otto Wirth. war of extirpation. For some time ' The Executive Committee directreport states, have seventy- - j Dinner and supper, Ladles Sewing past her efforts, Instead of being diing the IrlslCiRepubllc bond salo met ley's on Friday vening of last week at three schools located In the largost Circle, Mrs. .Ben Stoeser, chairlady. rected to tho better government Soliciting of vegetables, A. B. of Ireland, have been solely contho headquarters in tho Whallen cities throughout the country. One thousand pu- Drelsbuchr building, 322?West Jefferson street. hundred and sixty-fiv- e cerned with the instigation of dissatDinner and supper tickets, L. H. isfaction and disorders. She hopes Chairman S&'J? McElllott nresldlnir. pils have pased through these to provoke tho Irish into somo act of Gratifying grapprts were mado, sales schools, the majority of them taking Harprlng. Walter tickets,. Henry Gude. ranging frowi'$10 to $1,000, and al- dlroct livelihood courses. Of the violence under cover of punishment Transportation, Joseph Schlldt. ready Indications are that Louis number 4,000 have been civilians and for which she may begin a war of Grounds and parking. Dominic extirpation. By her treatment of tho ville's quotaprlll be over subscribed. approximately 1,500 women and di The CaptalnSjTiand workers pledged plomas woto Issued to somo 15,000. Zehnder and A. B. Dreisbach. railroad workers, who havo refused When to handle munitions In transport for thomselvesocanvass tho entiro city 43,000 the schools closed for summer Music, Prof. A. Molengraft. were attending classes. Press, H. B. Riehlmann. and expresseS' themselves as confi the British army of occupation, it has Decorations, Wm. J. Rueff. beon obvious that her one aim has dent that tbJeJTesuUs would be satls- - fof-th-eThe executive and faculty forces schools total approximately Telephones, Henry Hell. been to provoke violence. Tho riot- - ' tuviuij auy uiut una tuy youiu go Mr. John Ecken, Chairman of the ing In Londonderry, with the reports over tho top. Miss Rose Kavanaugh 460 experienced educators, most of told of what the women woro doing them employed In universities or refreshment committee, reported that of which the American papers havo and Mrs. Dan Donberty announced public schools by daytime. It Is es- he had taken up a collection and was beon flooded from British news agenthat the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary timated that between $10,000 and sure that nearly all the refreshments cies, are the direct result of the Brithad subscribed $100 for a bond and $15,000 are needed to establish a K. would bo donated. Jos. Otte report- ish Government's encouragement of in the North of that the members also would individ- of C. school, this sum rising to $25,-00- 0 ed that he had a good supply of lin- factional The annwJ.Batlonal holiday festi- period of over seven centuries. Tho Democratic party in convention assembled at San Francisco, could do no nnhler work Minrf in innra nnnn and unequivocal pronouncement fav- - Responsibility For Kloting and orlng-- Irish Independence. America liiild Directly to English owes much, through all its history, oven from revolutionary days to this Government. hour, to the sons of this iorave little Island. Will tho United States prove recreant to the promises of aid made by Washington, Franklin and othe'rs Hopes to Provoke People That War In recognition of tho valiant services of Extirpating May Begin as rendered by the men of Irish blood In the cjiuse of our glorious IndependPunishment. ence? We do not believe IL Hopo op, brave little Isle, your hopes and n'8pirations are soon to bo realized. Disorder IRELAND Coerand ..i : 3-- , - - -- Irish-Americ- an clty-wid- Haly-Beckha- m Bur-iingam- e, all-frien- ds - Cur-rag- h, Hort-Sear- cy em-fl- ed I i i Ex-servl- E now-a-da- ys llc euu-catl- on fair-mind- ed Hert-Sear- cy English-fostere- 12-1- Hert-Searc- y ffe -- I Arch-hlsh- op , Ill-fat- ro-roa- ds Inslg-nlflan- ce Eng-cau- se Hert-Searc- ng 'h ht Hert-Sear- cy let-b- ( Czoco-Slova- flfty-seve- Ho-ba- n, 12-1- 6, I Bau-man- Schuh-maun- , n, 1 1-- H. ff .; . f - 1 j ujm&jm ,:: df, faA'l'Mflli lartTriSi , miYiikJtarfti--J-" " iitfig'iSiil''--''-'- "- ...mi-- . - tiasn&nrxjGXRsr xcjcsna! JtJsaa&jBzxissi. . July C, August 31 Moonlight excursions of St. Helena's Club, on East St. Louis. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. July 22 Picnic of St. Paul's.church Advancement ol Iflsh American ud CtthoUct rVraVxl to th Soda! and Motl of Pleasure Ridge at Stower's Grove. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea's July 22, St. Joseph's Orphanage Institute and Catholic Knights of America. picnic on grounds of .home. ' 17 July 27, Moonlight Publishers excursions of August Council on East KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., IncotporttU. Trinity tVBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c St. Louis. Entered at the Loulivllle PoitoHlee Mtfrtss All Seeodd-Cle- u KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIGO. COMING, EVENTS AAAAAAA4 )ickkickickirkicrtcAickicHckickAAAAA J'1 ATTRACTIVE PRICES i A' Satisfactory Eyeglasses You will find tho best argument for patronizing- ub in the lflng list of customers wkom wo hayo fitted with satisfactory - , glasses. Metter. 319-32- ;AA A A Aft ftftrft AAAAAAAA A A A A A A A "A: "A TRUE SERVICE." Wo do not sell glasses as merchandise. Wo sell you satisfactory service. Optromctry is a profecsion worthy tho name, and wo practice It in all its higher branches. i ) Communlcitlont to t&t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 Wist Llbfrty Stmt TBAjjCOUNCtLE LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, JULY in f. SOCIETY. I lllllltliletitltt. AAAAAA AAAAAAA AAAAAAAA AAA AA ON Mr. Tom Moore, Jr., was the guest of relatives at Bardstown last week. Robert T. McDewltt left Sunday to 3, 1920 spond the summer at Camp Qreen- UiiVl VC3L Mlss Nellie Finegan will return . the ambiguous rosolu- lost faith GREETINGS. tlona sponsored by shifty politicians Covington nd ) With this Issue the Kentucky Irish who are seeking thlr own advance Mis3 Gertrude Rosa, of Clifton, ment. has returned from St. Catherine's If You Want Health, Recreation and Rest and Plenty to Eat Try American entere upon another new Academy at Springfield. year, and expresses the hope that all HARDING ON IRELAND. Miss Grace Hogan has been visiting In Indianapolis, the guest of her its readers niaV continue healthy Frank P. Walsh, former Chairman cousin, Miss Dorothy Hogan. and prosperous until our silver jubi- of tho Federal Industrial Relations iMIstci TTntrnn iATnrv Under Nonr Management nt Rovnnth lee arrives. Commission, last week made public street, and Miss Anna Kennoy, of Jef- - J D. C. ETHERIDGE, Manager. what ho tiid was a copy of a letter tersonvuie. are visiting in tjovingion. .Margaret Wells and Mrs. AnNATIQNAL HOLIDAY. G. Harding, Repub- na iviis. Dave sure feeds and Springs aro sure health builders. Write for Senator Warren Namel- were last week tho guests lican Presidential nominee, wroto of Miss Maymo Griffin in Indianaprates. GRAYSON SPRINGS, KY., or city office, Louisville The Fourth of July falling on Sun- aim, expressing "a very sympathetic olis. Trust Building. Both phones. naday, tho public celebration of tho feeling for tho movement, to bring Miss Nell Voigt and Misses Eliza tional holiday will take place Mon- about tho indenondence of Ireland." beth and Leona Voigt, of. Chattanoo .. . i.ni rewires in jeuerson- "n5 day. Despite tho strenuous times and Senator Harding's letter, given out &$&&&$$&s&&&& high cost of living, the American peo- by Mr. Walsh, dated March 24 last, Dr. C. F. Melton, the "well known ple have cause for lojoiclng, and for reads: druggist, now located at iLexlngton, 'blessings all God's innumerable "I have a very strong conviction was here this week on a visit, to should return heartfelt thanks. Hero myself ofrthe very great part played friends. Miss Nellie Meagher left Saturday the day will be generally observed, by the Americans of Irish birth and with one of tho greatest of the ancestry In the winning of Independ- for a two week's visit at Fort Wayne, many gatherings at tho orphan's pic- ence and tho making of our own Ind., and from there will go to Chicago for several days. nic on St. Vincent's Homo grounds. great United States. More than HIggins Mr. and Mrs. William spend that, I have a very great sympaEvery patriotic citizen should tt have taken an apartmont at tho the day or evening there and help thetic feeling for the movement to Houso and will spend the sumbring Joy to those little ones who bring about tho independence of mer- at Bardstown. These prices are for clothes of real merit. Mr. and . Mrs. James G. Median, are without earthly parents. The, Ireland and the establishment of XNCORPOXA.TBD. Santa Monica, Calif., will arrive toprogramme will be for young and old frteh nationality, which is the naPrices stand for nothing at all unless they are on day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. and will prove very Interesting. tional aspiration of any liberty lov- Ross on Napoleon Boulevard. merchandise that has a value backed by reputaing people. I must confess I did Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hammond, CATHOLIC AND AMERICAN. not think well of the insincere of Evansvllle, are In New Albany tion. demonstration in tho Senate recent- visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. agitators tho By and tailored by a firm ly in handling a reservation In be- John J. Lyons, West Main street, for These clothes are a few weeks. question whether the Catholics can half of Ireland in tho reservations j;AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Grimes anbe loyal Americans is answered in of national reputation. of tho League of Nations treat'. nounce the engagement of their the negativo. Their principal stock Tho Insincerity of it was made man daughter. Miss Anna Marie Grimes, in trade consists of tho unsupported ifest when sixteen Senators who to Edward W. Doyle. The wedding INCORPORATED assertion that Catholics can not give pressed the Ininh reservation refused will take place earjy in August. full alleglanco to their country be- to vote Mrs. for tho treaty after it was recently Cordelia Haager Moore, who suffered a nervous breakcause they recognize the Pope as the Incorporated. I had .the satisfaction down, Is now recuperating at DawThirty-firhead of ho church. As tho Truo myself of casting a favorable vote son West 370 and Montgomery Shawnee 791 in standard makes, including all materials that are Springs. Mrs. Moore is accomVoice, well says, Catholics can of ford after the incorporation was made" panied by her parents, Col. and Mrs. 4yvyyVyyvyYyYyyyyyyyyyyyYyyYYVyyyyyy most popular. Light in weight tailored in the best to smile at euch ridiculous" asserThe authenticity of tho letter has J. H. Haager. tions, for they know that tho al been M. Hlgglns, of 6hattanooga, Walter style and made to fit. vouched for by George Chris- waa legiance they give to tho Pope, rehero to attend the Higgins- tian, Senator Harding's secretary. wedding, left Wednesday gards spiritual things, while their Por instance, Palm Beach Suits priced at certain night for tho South. Mrs. Higglns allegiance to country concerns their ENGLAND WELCOME. and children will remain for several what they prices mean nothing at all. First duty in temporal affairs. Tho two weeks visiting relatives and friends. eipheres are entlrciliy distinct and The Labor Saver Dispatches ell us that the English Mr. and Mrs. John F. Brennan anare. separate gave a great ovation to Douglas nounce the marriage of their daughFor the Housewife. But do most of our fellow citi- Fairbanks and Mary Plckford, tho ter, Florence Ceila, to Finus FredWe invite comparison on the merchandise tha't My dear, my new Apex Washer la zens recogndzo this distinction and rapid lire marrlago and divorce mo erick Harris on Thursday morning. Holy Cross church. They Juno 24, perfect. Ini so happy about it, I do they reallzo that Catholics are tion picture stars. Decent people on are now at we offer at all tines. , at home at 3150 Third simply had to call you and tell you. d devo- thte side are willing to let King street. just as in their Istarted my great big washing at Try one on "and you will readily understand tion to country as others can be? George and his folowers have this nine o'clock, after tho children were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hennessy, of! to school, and hero It is onij elevWo fear that many of them are very pair for life, and to tho credit of New Albany, announce tho marriage what we mean. en, and I'm through, my 'house is confused in their notions of alle tho Amrican peope it must bo said of their daughter. Miss May C. Hen clean and I'm ready to prepare lunchnessy. to George Hunt, or New Yoik, giance. For their part they would that movie picture audiences are ineon for my kiddies. tho wedding taking place June at resent and resist any attempted in- augurating a quiet boycott on tho St. Louis Bertrand's rectory. 16,Mr. "I know you are thinking of .getting an Electric Washer that's why vasion of the rights of conscience by coupJo who have made a mockery of and Mrs. Hunt will reside in New I called. I want you to get an APEX York. government. They Insist that State tho marriage ceremony. It's wonderful, and I know ft will Mr. and Mrs. George D. Todd and and religion must bo kept separate. " make you Just as happy am. family 'have closed their home in RRYAN TRUE TO FORM. They do not want any State religion. Phone for free demonstration. Louisville and are spending the sumThis implies tho distinction that country home, "Knob You will always find William Jen mer at their pike, NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON Catholics Insist upon .that spiritual Edge," Paoll near Now Albany. nings Bryan around tho cashier's authority and temporal authority Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheridan, who yyVYVYYYYYy n window have been in St. Louis, have returned ate two different things. But they League, als agent of the 811 Guthrie Street. Chautauqua 'lecturer or any to their homo on East Oak strelt, are ready to bellcvo that allegiance other ballyhoo performance where New Albany. SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION City 1495 Main 3122 to Church and State, whore Catho Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Arnold an lics are concerned, may sometimes ho can gather in tho shekels. At tho nounce the marriage of their daugh come into conflict. CONFECTIONERY Even among National Republican convention he ter 'Aiarie to George von Rocn, on GUNN'S AND BAKERY Catholics who are not well instruct- was given a big wad acting as re Wednesday morning at St. George's ed tho same confused notions may porter for a news syndicate, while church, the Rev. George Weiss offiSTEEL HULL STEAMER PILGRIM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. ciating. Immediately ofter the cerprevail, and we may sometimes hear at San Francisco ho fiWed tho same emony Mr. and 'Mrs. Von Roenn left City 0574 of duty to Church or State being position and acted as agent for the for Atlantic City. Upon Two Trips Every Sunday. Dancing on Boat and nt Grove their return Phone prohibition dictators on the side. paramount. Now Albany Portland Broadway thoy will be at homo at 1808 Speed Arrive Grove 1st Boat leaves 900 a. m. 9:15 a. m. 9:30 a. m. 10:45 , m. Tho truth la that these duties are avenue. SPEAKS OF TREATY. 2nd Boat leaves 1:15 p. m. 1:30 p. m. 1:45 p. m. 3:30 p. m. Mrs. Madeline concurrent and parallel. 'There can Welsbecker anSECOND BOAT RETURNING LEAVES GROVE 4:30 P. M. nounces the marriage of her daughbo- never be question of superiority One of tho most interesting recent ter. Madeline Mary, to James A. MOONLIGHT EVERY SUNDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS tween two things that are not of the developments in Ireland's strugglo Schuler, on Wednesday morning at Boat leaves Portland 8:00 p. m. Now Albany 8:15 p. m. same kind. As well seek to insti- Cor recognition Returning 11:00 p. m. as an independent St. Martin's church. Tho ceremony tute a comparison between duty to was a nation Is the; attl'ude taken by Lord mass followed with at nuptial high FIFTH OF JULYTHREE ROUND TRIPS BIG TIME and reception family and Ohurch or State. tho homto of It Hugh Cecil, who, fn the faco of govtho brides mothor for the two im would bo ju'st as reasonable to say THREE ORCHESTRAS BOTH ROUND AND SQUARE DANCES passing a bill mediate families. Mr. and Mrs. talk of that because a man is married, he ernmental Time same as above Sunday schedule, excepting Moonlight will run which Ireland is expected to accept, Schuler will, leave July 4 for Chattacan not be a good Catholic or a to Grove and bring up the crowd that goes down on afternoon boat. begun to speak of an Anglo- - nooga, Tenn., where they will onake K good citizen as to say that because has TICKETS,' 75 CENTS (War Tiiv Paid) tnelr ruture home. CIIIMmiS.Y, 25 CENTS Irish Treaty. A big delegation of friends and he Is a Catholic he may sometimes Dancing Jazz Orchestra Steam Cnllopo 1500 Electric Lights present at St. Louis wanting in his duty to his country. George Washington, at Mont Ver relatives were Metriom For Information Leaves The Bertrand's church We are not Catholics first and non, in 1788, gave utterence to the noon to witness theWednesday after J.. J. MARSHALL, 214 STATE STREET, NEW ALBANY,. IND. wedding of Miss i Am Orleans aftorwards, nor Amori-cca- following words, timely then and Annie Howard to William J. Schnell, HOME PHONE 1451-OUMB. PHONE 1051 ' INCORPORATED first and Catholics afterwards; timely now, "Patriots of Ireland! as botih or tho contracting parties are r,otrisvir4iB. Kentucky. but Catholics and Americans,, and Bo strong in hope! Your cause is deservedly popular and have a host of friends and Charles the better Amettcane because we are identical with mine." j Also MafccrH of Oertcls Dark aiid Oertels Light. Winebrenner nnd William Burns tL I BANKON, PnsUt Hd MiHgtr. P. IMXQN, JR., Vici Pru. aid Trut. Catholics and know our duty to God were the attendants and Rev. Father from whom all authority In governR. G. Lyons officiated at the, cereanSSIONARHSS. What are the 'children doing dur mony. After tho ceremony Mr. MACKIN COUNCIL ment, church and family proceeds. ing vacation? Parents should bo Mrs. Schnell left on a ibrldal tour. and Recent statistics show that tho most particular about them while Tho marrlago of Miss Prudence Missionary STAND WAS RIGHT. Society of the Divine they are out of school, O'Bryan to Emanuel Dant took place Word, Sewer and Calvert Pipe, I" founded In 1875 by the Rev. at St. Francis church, Chicago. Kv.. Arnold Janssen, numbers today some Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condniti, Rresident De Valera was right in We have now entered July the last Wednesday morning, Rev. Fathi6tandlng out for a declaration by Walt Ceplag, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brlclc, er Warren officiating. Miss Anna 1,500 professed mombers. Among month devoted to the Most Precious O'Bryan, sister of the bride, acted as these aro two Bishops and three Prethe Chicago convention In favor of Blood. Fir Proofing', Flae Llalng. Fire BrlcH 704 priests, 117 bridesmaid Webb and SBallard fects Apostolic, recognition or nothing. We have On Steamer East St. Louis Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay Chimney Teas groomsman. A large gathering of scholastics. GG9 lay brothers, 142- ' had enough of resolutions of symnnvTroQ inA 11K "hrfYthftrnlnrtvil MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB. friends attended the ceremony, OFFICP 83d SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. pathy which' mean nothing to Irenovices and postulants. Despite the FDIHAY NIfiHT IIII Y y among them being several tJUL,B 0 war the European houses are as well. IMVfll On Friday evening, July 9, Mackin land and serve oniy to make politiCUMB. MAIN S07. guests. After a wedding break PHONES CITY cal capital for designing and shifty Social Club will give a moonlight up fast an reception at the home of tho attended as ever, and today tho soci WOKKH-TJiirtea- ath music And dancing aad Oreokiaridga and Ninth anil Magavli. ety Is preparing 1,750 candidates in politicians. President Do Valera has the river no the East St. LouIb. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles both Americas und Europe for the Admission 50c. Boat leaves foot seen enough. of, this in both houses club extends an invitation to Its O'Bryan, the happy young couple left missionary priesthood and brotherfor Indianapolis, where they will Congress during the. past few Mends to accompany them up the make their future home. offKouftli street at 8:80 o'clock of hood. Of these tho American houses Ohio on that evening. Those here at Techny, 111., and Glrard, Pa., con- sharp. We don't lJlame him for tofore given have been very enjoymonths. tribute 140. The Missionary Sisters, having lost faith in such resolutions able and have attracted our best peo- SCHOOL IN VENICE. Servants of the Holy Ghost, founded and for losing faith, in v pollticlant-pl- e. iRev. Arnold Janssen, INCORPORATED also PARRAKEET The Knights of Columbus have count (by tho professed members. The President Do Valera is tho head of 1,089 opened their first freo. supplementary' novices and postulants" are 215 in Mineralwater & Grocery Company UNCLE DICK RESIGNS. the Irish Republic, and as such ho is "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," school in Europe tax service men in Its only authorized representative in Incorporated nWinrit Tnhln Repretrrv at 4h the Hotel St. Marc, Venice. The number. "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." this country, Others who undertake gtate RsUIroad Comm,ss1on Xor tho school was opened FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOTJR GIVES GARDEN PARTY; at tho request of only voic- past eight years and one of the best to speak for Ireland are KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET Both Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. Admjral Knapp for the benefit of the MINERAL WATER ing their own opinions. That la the known Democrats in the State, has men of tho U. S S. Olympla and othMiss Mary Helen Bush entertained ,T. MORROW, Manager. if. J. J. McTIGIIE, Asst. Parkway 406 ease with Judge Cohalan and Mb resigned his post at Prankfort, hav- er vessels of the American fleet In with k delightful gaTdea party, in Louise TalMolt, friends. De Valera la the spokes-- ing remained three months longer Europoan waters. The school spec- honor of Miss Mad Ireae Grief, of of originally intended at the re-- ializes in languages Spanish, Turk- Bardstown, and than ADMITTED TO NOVITIATE. man for the Republic of Iretaad. miAof he WHAT OTHERS TBLTNK IMP OSSIBE WE DO rniomhnrfl ish, French and Italian, and courses Paducah. nt I10 Those present were: Jttdga Cohalan is not. Whether DOUncie DlcW;,. Dorothy ,ho Is famny in navigation and singing are given Misses Beatrice Cawllly, GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING ALSO EXPERT WELDING AND Miss Agnes Poomes, of Now AlBRAZING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Vlre.'8 attitude ww a wtee one in known to his host of friend and free. A social club Is operated in Edelen, Beata Smith, Catherine bany, is a member of a class of twenof tbe ltuuoa in this country qutancesf was formerly Mayor connection with the school, and Hhe Blandford, Irene Grief, &mguard ty young women admitted as noviAline .v ' IJWWMUMj w fhinv of Frankfort and bears tho repuU- - KnlKhts have chartered a fleet of Kneblekanip, Mary XkML i .. .,... , m . .AAln,1 f 41,. ti g woriar- - tiates In the Sisterhood of St. Frantrips thru iCronan. Anita Evan. Mu-fftwi wiu Knsi TWENTY-SECONonly war inu ui u,cia uno on State wwiu mudldu- Kondolas for vo4oJb AND MAPLE STREETS yt - m.u.AU " r U..LU cis at t. Elisabeth's Hop-ltaKfttfttvi at Lay t..ien in the State and DiutU- the city. Fred W. Milan of Mlnme-S ,, fayette oa Ttteeday. Day Call Shawnee 9678 Night Call Seiitli M17 Vi Imlta iomjt mm ill affairs. Ruth CawriHy. ." aeoU,1 opM&rf tne club. t - Vli&lJXUl. QUALITY CLOTHES j mm Tjiiritrjuy GO & JPotudk fe Lottisrrillo.Jfy ,." i . 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BbBBbVk ABtBAiBBBBBFKVi 15 ' l V AMBBBnfc HABBBBBBttbBaHifliBIBIM?'3KTB WaBBBuBF''flBnVHKBBRS V9m vBBBKr ?AMTHBVDHBwHHBtttfHtYBBBBBBlKBiBBYcBBBBi Pt11 (BBii Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEPPEKSON City 985 Main 1134 AwtMffYiuiaMAMWK 0CfnJtOtpn1bvi jM liir''ll'l'MiiiVii'illi'W'Jif ji)l(iilliiilliilnAfJ Hn; lifiilf fi il I'll JMl MApwnaxHpqUyA APM fittftf.ftnwttrti6jni tiPhJnrtaLbuh Bg CfrrwiAtpJiwj JVl(lyjiui6fm H Electric drink mixer. Several Sewing machine motors. Several soldering coppers, Electric. Several Electric Washing Machines AliL NEW ALL CHEAP. Call City 3107. STANDARD ELECTRIC COMPANY. Wade H. Pool, Mgr. Jefferson at Preston. We have ono EXTRA GOOD ElecVolts. tric Motor for sale. 110-22- 0 Single phase. Ono Champion. Electric Air Pump with glass case. ST.VINCENTORPHANAGE FRIENDS. ual members selecting theso securiHERE FOR REST. ties tor personal Investments in Tho Entortainmont Committee oX which safety with suro and certain The Very Rev. Father Albert O. 3. tho Visitation llouso is making spec return is the prime actor, (but tbe B rector of St iMelnrad's Ecclesias ial preparations for a social enter- surplus funds of tho orders aro be tical Seminary, St. Meinrad, Ind., has tainment at Fontaine Ferry JPark on ing extensively invested in them. arrived at St. Joseph's Orphanage to spend itho summer and will act as Thursday, July 15, iff tho afternoon chaplain there. Tho Rev. Dominic and evening at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. WITHOUT APPROVATj. Tho friends of tho home aro invited Barthel, O. S. B rector of St. Meln- n CLEANERS AND DYERS and a good time is assured all who The following statement regard- rad's Preparatory College and a forINCORPORATED ing the acts of a small group of wo- mer Louisville man, is at tho Sacred attend. PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. OFFICE AND men who are frequently referred to Heart Convent lor the vacation VISITS URSULINE HOUSES. as "Friends of Ireland" is mado by XK7( Daniel T. O'Connell, Director of the Z Mother Angela. Mother Suporlor Friends of Irish Freedom National WILL LEAVE SOON. a T TT 1 tC11 of tho Ursulino order in Kontucky, Bureau of Information at Washingspent tho past week in Nebraska, ton: Tho Rev. George M. Connor, forIN THE BEAUTIFUL BEECH GROVE AT "The apparent determination of mer pastor of St. William's church, whero she has been visiting tho dif ferent houses established there by the women 'pickets' to engage at returned to Louisville after having :: this order and incidentally making Washington and elsewhere in ac- attended the silver jublleo of Arch bishop IMundeleln, tho Chicago dio arrangements for the entrance ot tions which cause the public to perhaps that they act with the cesan diamond jubilee, and the commembers of the Ursuline order into the summer courses at Crelghton approval of thoso giving their best mencement exercises at the UniverAUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK University. Ho will not Between fifteen and offorts to advancing the cause ot sity of Notre Dame. twenty of tho Sisters from this city freedom and Independence for the leave for his future home at San PAYNE AND CAVEWOOD STS. AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR FHONE pepplo of Ireland, make3 necessary Francisco until tho middle of July. will study special subjects. Take Eait Walnut and Crescent Hill Cars. the statement, in addition to what OR CITY SOUTH has previously been said officially, RETURNS FROM SD3ERIA. CARDINAL GIBBONS. that these women act only as inqu-aixIOP- y Supreme Director William F. Fox, His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons, of dividuals and have no sanction large of Baltimore, will on next Wednesday whatever from any men the women who has been in Siberia and other and yeear in tho bodies of American supervising the war parts upon his Spend the day with us. All kinds of amusements, enter priesthood, elxtioth tho same day df Irish blood who act by and work in tho East of Columbus, was holy and dn of Knights through the direction of the Friends expected to land in San Francisco will begin Oils thirtieth year as a of Home Phone City 3238 patriotic ssngs, etc. Irish Freedom and affiliated or member of the Sacred College of ganizations. Though these women June 23, having sailed from Manila Cardinals. All people will pray that are very generally referred to In some time ago. He will attend the Plenty to eat and delightful music all day long. God granta Ihim many more years published nowspaper reports as K. of C. Educational Conference in 2 to cents. Children under fourteen here. Chicago, Tickets twenty-fiv- e 'Friends of Ireland,' and by reason return toJuly home 4, and will then In Indianapolis. his of that reference may bo regarded A big welcome will await him on his years free. ENGAGED IN RETREAT. as speaking and acting for tho body arrival, lor the local members are Gates open from 9 o'clock a. m. until 11 p. m. officially known as tho Friends of Rev. Father Michael, C. P., acting Irish Freedom, it must bo clearly auite iproud of tho great work he has rector or Sacred Heart Retreeat on they do not In any accomplished in tho order here and the Nowburg road, after a visit in understood that or act on behalf of abroad. sense speak for Chicago has been spondlng tho past tho Friends of Irish Freedom, as an STORE week in (Minneapolis, engagod in re- organized body, or the, 20,000,000 MEET NEXT WEEK. treat work. Before returning to American men and women of Irish Louisville ho will visit his old home. blood supporting the activities of Rev. Father IMathew, O. P., came Whallen Building, 322 Wait Jeffgraon Strcat this week from St Louis to conduct that body." INTO TRUE FOLD. tho retreat for the Sisters of Nazaa EVERY SUNDAY 9 A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. reth at the St. Agnes Sanatorium on STATIONED AT BALTIMORE. Rev. Frederick W. Dickinson, recthe Newbcrg Toad. TRIPS MOONLIGHT fCome To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" tor of the House of Prayer, one of Rev. Brother Pius, who is well re tho oldest Episcopal churchees in membered iipro as the founder of nUILDINa AT HONOLULU. SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 81:15 P. M. New York, has been rocelveed into at. Lawrence lnsmuie, out iur Byes always tired, headaches, whole system affected, comfort DAnclng Free. Music by Myers and Howell's Onion Orchestra. Tho new Knights of Columbus years stationed In Richmond, the Catholic church, and it is an V nacrlftcad? Hava vour ftvoa examined, sea ma at once, don'l delav. nounced is soon to begin his studies has been transferred to St. James building at Honolulu tor American I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to the wearer. 2 (or the priesthood. He was baptized Home in Baltimore. servlco men opened Way 29 th, tho My prices are reasonaDiy, give me a tnai ana i win convince you, kAAkickrk1cAAfiAAkAkickk building packed to overflowing, and T m St. Leo's church after having been Instructed for several weeks by FathCLIFF HAVEN. the crowd including all officers. :K er Cornelius Clifford of Whlppamy, N. The Governor's wife served tea to i c Rev. Dickinson will On Monday too Catholic College 15,000 men and Father Valentine, "House of Optical Service"- - Jeweler aad Optician For the sick and those wlie unrse the sick lies in tlio fact that J. the Paulist Seminary, shortly Manhattan, Clubs of America open .their conven veteran missionary, gavo on address. c you know tho medlcino prescribed by your doctor is prepared 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET according to statements of his tion at .the Cliff Havea summer Jprilllam P. LaTkln, Supremo direcby draggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, i being specialists in their work. friends. dally eeeato. will be held tor ot the K. ot C, announces that school, and c the Honolulu building is the 325th until July 3. Phone us any hour of the day or night. We will call for to be erected by the Knighte under INVEST, SAFELY. i and deliver your wants. i EuTORTANT MBBTING. PRIVATE. PICNICS the American flag. ENTERTAINMENTS ( Wifle recognition of the availability : MoOOE&AJEMZ- GROTE'S Grove) and advisability of Treasury savings Division 4, Aneleat Order ot WKiL NBVBR RUST. certificates m a safeguard and is experiencing 41m greatest la the BeaBtifol Park on Liaeola Highway SECOND AWD CHESTNUT for trust and lodge fund membership boom ta Iter history Just Tinware will never met if before Main 8108 XTOWXR'S STATION, EIGHTEENTH STREET ROAD Oity 855-3- 37 i continue to be given toy lodM of now, Joan C. Doreey aa4 Jeeaph D. using it you Tub ever it freeh lard Day and Night Service ? Far Hsfagemeato Call GROTE'S, 418 Wert Jeffewoa Si. the great fraternal eftdei ithrouehout Henneeey leadiae tsatat Hmt are aad pot it in a hot area for a few Otty Um eoostry. Not oaly are the JadtrW- A'jVAAAAAMr 12 aad Main 39X attaatoe. , 11J3J COMB TO THE INVITES VISITATION mnK JULY i THE MODERN WAY -- i 5, 1920 uresses, uioves, veivers, oiiks, ibices, Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap y- -1 Sriprialfop. in Ladies' Suits. be-Ho- ve ;parel. Both Patriotism and Charity I a:n:i JE&KVlOia) ftt.MMMfrv'yyqyvTT-y;"" 2362 J iliPi vSppJ EDW. A. AXMAN UP-STAI- RS POPULAR PRICE TAILOR STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN GROVE , -- boy-er- al GREAT CONSOLATION L. N. PEARLMAN'S en-t- or XRXJO STORE) Hife-ernta- (Formerly Stower's I ; -- v ! t sorarxjOBr5r xicxxx au&roxejajs. -- 4' Bgn " - UP Bill- . that's - NATURAL. i I - A -- . ( 7 HAVE OUR Y- v. I ( V ygtv. j f VOU KWOW VHATr CLASS WE VILU NOW pWVSlOl.O(rY WILLIE-s-- ? is " "Z J -- CORRECHAVEL- "IT T- N. Y . ( NOW VOU "TtLL. ME -. E- - .. ' -- T, Cr, . ll'l 1 !v F &l PHYSIOLO&- flPQ "F" IP "ia a. ' l COULD NEVER I yv . - sJi Nv OOB' skei-et- o - r s AAVrtAM TO BAT IN A AAAAAAnAAATrAA-A'VYVYyYYYVVYVYVVYYYV- - "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" Benedict during and since the war In behalf of tho suffering nations and of individuals, the Central Bu reau of tho Central Society has add ed a brochure on this subject to its list of publications in the "Timely EXCELLENT COFFEE Topics" series. Under tho title, STREET 001 SOUTH FOURTH 210 SOUTH FIFTH STREET "The Impartinl Shepherd," this pamNear Broadway In Middlo of Square phlet offers an interesting, fluently PROMPT SERVICE 5 PRICES REASONABLE written story of tho "services rendered the nations by Popo Benedict XV. during tho war." Tho pamphlet may bo procured from tho LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Central Bureau of tho C. 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Xeffu-.lprloo $0.00 without coupon. which Is of tho hlghost order, since it means a work for tho refinement A. J, SSU&XJTG), Fnotoffraphor of culturo than can bo attained by LOUISVILLE, KY. 428 TV. MARKET ST. those only who havo tho privilege of being members or workers in an especially favored class of pursuits that of erecting and beautifying the Your Coat, We houso of God, Catholic churches. All communications should bo addressed PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY to Studio of Christian Art, St. Anselm's College, Machester, N. H. ar ''' Dress or Skirt INCORPORATED M IMPARTIAL SHEPHERD. In spite of tho fact that at least two other pamphlets havo been published in the United States on tho activities of tho Holy Father Popo Building, St. Louis, at ton conts tho copy. Tho pamphlet has a special appeal to all Catholics interested in knowing of the untiring efforts of tho Holy Father, carried on in spite of opposition and with the greatest charity for all the people of tho lIPPlGliyO 11 pi Tailor H. E. WARD COMPANY 608 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LADIES' TAILORS Phones 3245, HURTS OUR SIMPS. Main or City termined to make the United States play second fiddle in .tho ocean carry- British shipping interests seem de- Earn AM8 Safeb nara Yomrtn mmmw33 Store a? mM . a. -- VWwM mum V U ft smm.BJ?k,'f?X Jf msx. g- -. s-- uj WifeT N 1 i- u my ,M9M - f ' ,11 I V I f EtffECUIUTfP MJzmdM 1T LOUISVILLE. I 1 P AND I Jplj I KY. Lord Inchcape, who ing business. heads tho biggest shipping line in the world, Is trying to form tho various big shipping companies into a sort of union to light tho United States. If ho should succeed then our American ships will exporiencp greater difficulty In obtaining return cargoes than bhoy now do. In othor words American ships are to foe practically The boycotted in foreign ports. United States, however, lias means at hand to make a iboycot of American ships unprofitable. 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CORNS.BUNIONS Dr. l. l inaioumuiRtes and Satisfies. 11 II With tho acquisition of tliree ad ditional properties at .the corner of Butler and Webster streets, St. Patrick parish, Fort Wayne, Ind., now owns the entire Block 'bounded by Harrison, Butler, Webster and De Wald streets. The properties trans ferred to the church were the three lots at tho southwest corner of But ler and Webster streets, owned by Mrs. Sarah Wagner. The consideration involved was approximately $13,000. Parish 'buildings Includ ing tho church, rectory, lyoeum, St. Catherine Academy and the parochial school occupy a greater part of the block now owned by the congrega tion. HOLDS GLORIOUS TEfLE. 311 W. Chestnut St., LouasvilSe H. Iff. Name . T - Byllesby & Co. && Street. Telephone , New Business Management PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary MODERATE Willartl Cafeteria EXCELLENT FAKE Opposite (i II I Uriah Z. Lltsiy ChlrayMUat KJilBHk. 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All ZbHia of Smoked Keats United States Senator Walsh, of 203XAJW JEFPEItSON BTItEET Massaohusotto, says: "I am thinking of iny own mother now. Whenever thore .was mow MFG. 00. baby In the neighborhood she was THI SHIPPARD When woman spurns her most glorious title of "Queen of the Home" for tho excitement of the political arena and for the freedom of the devious ways or feminism, sho sacrifices much of the charm, which mod esty and the other gentle and admir able virtues had won for her sex; she contributes, more than any othor factor, to the decay of chivalry among men; and sho aMlcatos tho lofty position of reveront esteem, to which ages of rofinoment had raised her. B. O. Court Honse STILLWELL, Tho application of electricity and vapor bntha in tlio treatment of chronic diseases, rheumatism, etc., lins been proven decidedly beneficial. I nra n specialist in chlroprutic. HEALTH Elzena ASK FOR LOUISVILLE ART GLASS 00. 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Large, NATIONAL HAT CLEANING 83 Kenyon Bldg., Louisville, Ky. swimming' I'ooi, wen Equipped Uym- WOKKB aasium. xcrms raoaeraio. Tel., City aM. Bro. Benjamin, Sir. Albort Smith, Prop. aa education that will prepare them for life St. Xavier's College Incorporated 8TML AND IRON WORKERS MAIN STREET Shoes 11,W8T tot not Jnrov on that aplrit, City 577 UWIIVILLK, KY. and Mre Baeaye Ow Bpaalalty PImbs, SHOBS AND 8LIPPSRS 431 KAST MARXBT STKSKT LOUIIVILLB --' - - - KJBfEUCKY BIGIITESNTH AND MAPLE FRED FEIGE & SON UNIOtt MADE City 5161 533 W. MARKET ST. For Every Member ef the ' Family COMPLETE LINE OF UNION Home Phone 3906 MADE SHOES Open Evenings UhUI Nino O'clock Both Phones 2406 REUTLiNGER A CO. Adolph TORNADO, RoHtllnger ' FIRE INSURANCE LIABHiTrr AND FLATS GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STRIBT'" Spalding Shoe Co. 8TS. f Mrrnmn Jl 'Mi luiuA & JKDEOTJOKY IRISH JkJSXJ3JBkIOJkl&m A NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE VISIT BKAUTirCL CIIAUMCTOWN. Staaon now optn New dlscnverks with aevi-mile of underground won-dand two routcn ninko It tho Branded, of nil the known cmnller enverng. TnUp the ('Imrlratown "Troller." Intrmrlinn .Station, Thlnl Street. Auto parties will find cood roads alt the way Cae open all tho time MoU, refreshments, etc, Special Itiiten To Pn riles Of Ten Or Store. The Heart Is Cut from The Nickel WwR&lr HlLlMti? Modern ConvonMsnces sAN INDSAN CAVE INI. 3d08 W.MARKET ST.S Centrally Located MENS FURNISHINGS STAG The Leslie Apartments (Formerly St. Nicholas Hotel) Rooms $1 and Upward Sixth and Court Place Wrilo Intllnn Cne Co., I.iu'sville, Ky. I'lionc Slum nee 1015, MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES Worl Home Phone City 3,5. t Special Kates on Large Orders. For Real Ice Cream and Sherbets CAJJL. KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS ' 218 St. E. Market Wo Male a Specially of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Pain. PBNDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. CLEMTONG Drs. Harrison and Strassburg 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. Phone City 4GP3 Phono City 459JJ J. M. BUCKNER iT. E. Yarn. DairyCo. "" I Nniiiii!Mri HKmK& W Mil W. S. SPEED, Chairman. JOHN W. BARR, Jr , W. H. KAYE, Executive Committee. DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT MEN AND MODERN FAOnjITIES TO SERVE THE MOST PARTICULAR CHINERY. Wo Call For And Deliver Your Suit DYEING PRESSING MA- y iu.i owuincnn ukt ubCHncKd uLAuuu MILLJJU, ouuinwm jrAiwvwivi Park 124; Sohth C51-- f manager C51-- J Pletity-:COAL--Plen- ty Park 124; South 3 BeBffij9IwJlK3 Incorporator WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE 608-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET --KENTUCKY Both Fhoncs 4203 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Nat. Jewelry & Leather Shop Eoaaquartors for YVAJUmjJL' HT. OUV AND FARM PROPERTY Odd. B. F. Keith's National Theatre CITY gee ub about anything In real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIA- state. We sell, buy and rent. JEWELRY, SUITCASES, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. TRUNKE, ETC. Home Phone City 4464. FOB MONHY. to those having regular Loans no Publicity or salary, with housekeepers to r red tape. Loans security. n their personal p. B. POOLEY, Building, Bom 1, Courier-Journ415 8. Fourth Street. BEE POOLEY al es Fair Play Suggests Higher Fare FROFITEERS CONDEMNED. ral 315 Starkai Bnildiait. Tliiid Floor Fourth and Walnut Phono City 11SO $5.75 $5.75 SEBVICB $7.00 llutt!iQVkmKl SBASOK- - Jellido Lump West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 DR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stamps Free. OFTROMI5TRIST. iKmDHSfH 'best Kr?5"!) BttgMtai9 fcgWjgtlMgj3 TESTED PITTED OSASSES Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut FRANKEL PRICES ,THE LOWEST City 2010 COAL CO. Twelfth and Wilson South 273 THE VERY BEST THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'nd 7413 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 012-01- 4 EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Home Phono, Shawnee 802 IOE CREAM 712 WEST QUALITY City 186G IOE FURNAS ' 0 0. BRECKINRIDGE OREAM ST. ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING HENRY GOSS PHONES: HIGHEST CASH 3utn 2500 Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spocclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY DEAD ANIMALS PRICES Call Homo Phone vCity Climb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE BAMBLY AU KlndB SECURITY A LOAN OO Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager PAH) Money Advanced on Yonr Plain Net GLOBE 721; BENDEBINa CO. SHOE 312 West Jeffersbn Strcai (Second Floor) Home Phono City 2967. BROS. 6T0RBS JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED of Footwear For the Whole Family Established 1820 - LonlsivlUe, Ky Two HAMBLY'S Stores OFFICE OUTFITTERS Shaw. 1716 16th and Portland. City 7164 STATIONERS PRINTER 18th and Magazine Weekly Savings Club START ONE PE OKIE'S PKOVlDEira A880CXATZOH Incorporated n Citizens Was Orsranlsed by to Make Well-know- THIS fcHNTH WITH TH On South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AtCbbb Xome Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phono, Main 3o80-- A B. I.OWEST KATES COLEMAN BUILDING B. COR. THIRD AND JEPFKBSON Both Phones 2886 rornltnre and Other Fersonal Property at LOJLHI Joseph H.B0SSES0N HubbuchSr.& Son DealereMn x WALL PAPER7 AND RUGS 1120-112- Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers. Toloplion6 1022 FALLS CITY HALL BLDG 8 WEST aiARKET ST. GOO B. BROAJOWA. What is the best? It you stay sick, Main 2582 City 2582 you get tired of life. You should M. J. STRIEGEL & CO. not give up for the best remedy is FINE Incorporated CLOTHES FOR MEN YOUNG MEN Furnishings nnd Caps given by AND NATUROPATH CUMB. PHONE, A. LOSE 334 East Market Street MAIN 2481 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Wonderful results. All Questions charge. 60 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em answered without Both Phones tail JOHN B. WATHEN C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR. Kaninrer rUBNITURJJ MOVING AND PACKING MC 630 South Twenty-Slxft- li West lfli Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCB HAULING ootnrxsr 456 MEAT MARKET WKte errs spsoiamtx SOUTH SCHNEIDER'S LOUISVILLE FIFTH STREET - - - - KENTUCKY U&la 2So-- t ,City tS69. Funeral Director, and Embalmer 717-71- 0 B. CID2STNUT ' Arthur Brisbane, an editorial bo writer for the Hearst papers, has the finest cnurch edifice in the 'westwritten recontly an article condemn- ern part of the country. ing. modern usury, using as his text Martin Luther's statement: TWIN CITY LEAGUE. "I call those usurers who lend money at five y or six per cent." Ho might more ' The Twin City League will qyoto the arraignment of the brato the Fourth with a good sched-netype of usury Jn the encyclical ule that is liable to make several on the "Condition of Labor" ovhero changes In the present standing. Pope Leo refers to that "rapacious Mackin Colts tvIII meet tho C. M. A. usury which, although more than on Diamond 1, the Hlbornlans will once condemned "by the Church, Is, meet Knights of St. John on under a different guise, mond 4, and St. X. will clash but with the like injustice, still prac- - Managor Janslng's rojuvenated K. of tlced hy covetous and grasping men." C. team on Diamond 8. The stand- Fope leo includes modern usury as Ing to date: one of the chief methods used by the L. Pet. "small number of vory rich men" to St. Xavier Alumni.... W. y o 1. 000 lay "upon the teem.ng masses of tho Hibernians 6 2 .750 laboring poor a yoke little better Knights of Columbus 4 4 .500 than slavery itself." The usury of Cath. Men's Ass'n .500 4 4 which he speaks goes now by tho Mackin Council t 7 .142 name of profiteering. Knights of St. John.... 1 7 .142 Usury has been common for years but recent revealatlons have shown COLONELS VS. IIOOSIERS. that It has been practiced during tho last flvo years in an outrageous fash-IoThe Louisville ball team will taoklo Mr. Lauck's startling disclos- our hitter rivals the Indianapolis club ures of profiteering, made public in In a series of flvo games, beginning connection with railroad labor's de- this afternoon. A r will mand for higher wages, were based bo played tomorrow, and on the upon figures attested to by a multi- Fourth a morning and afternoon tude of corporations and published game. Following theso games the In recognized financial manuals. They club will go on a long trip, playing have gone unchallenged and stand as all of the western clubs before rea terrible indictment of tho usury or turning homo. proiueering of American business men during the last four years. MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. Father John A. Ryan in his forthcoming book, "Social Reconstruc All Daughters of Isabella and their tion," recommends that capital be Te- - friends aro looklnir forward An nn n. strlcted to a certain fixed percentage joyable evening when the Steamer and that tho gains duo to efficiency America sails up the Ohio Jn tho go to those who havo caused the effl- - evening or Thursday. July '8, at 8 ciency. He says: "Suppose It wero 'o'clock. Tickets and war tax are understood that no matter how pro- o cents nnd may too obtained uiauiuu Business is, ine siocKnouiors from miss Emma Wanner. 1420 will get, let us say, only G or 7 per Highland avenue. cent The extra gains are not divided among tho stockholders in the LEAVES MANY FRIENDS. form of an extra dividend, they go to the men In the corporation, the Board John Davern. seventy years old and of Directors, if they are responsible, a veteran In the service otthe L. & tho President, Secretary, and all the N died of infirmities incident to old rest of the active managers and di- age at his homo, 842 South Seventh rectors. Under such an, arrangement street. His life had .been active and the public would know how much well spent, and in St. Louis Bertrand theso men were getting for their parish he was known to yoUng and work and services. If the amount old And hpilA In hn nili1iAif iMlosm were excossive public criticism would Three daughters, Mrs. Mary Burke, Check It, and there WOUld bO no lUK- - Mrs. .TnsAnh KMnnnnrl Mlaa gllng with finances, with profits, eo Davern, survive him. Funeral eerv- u xo put enormous amounts in tno ices with requiem high mass were pockets of the stockholders. Under held at St. Louis Bortrand's church the prosent system dead capital 14 Tuesday morning, attended by many put on a level with living brains. e associates and friends. Capital is supposed to deserve extra rewards because human beings make, TAKING IN SIGHTS. a more efficient showing. It is not necessary at all, It is unscientific and Kentucky visitors wero in New unwise. A moderate rate of lntor- - York City the past week in numbers, est on capital ougnt to do tne tning. both for business and pleasure, mereiy surricient interest to induce 'Among those from Louisville wero Investment, giving extra pav to the Mr and Mrs. F. E. Walter, Mr. and ... nr. i man who can show extra efflclpnnv nr, t it Ttnnn.. by bis work, not merely because he w. 13echt Mr and 'Mrs J D Cheek ls tho owner of capital which is mado Misses Emma Bennett and' Anna Pen-ie- n exceptionally proniaoio Dy somoDociy dleton, Mrs. A N McKoIn Mrs B else. One reason why the Plumb Bannard Mrs.' IM.' B. Fritzow and ar,.' .,.i Dlari Is so bitterly assailed bv some uric t n capitalists is because it embodies this Allen, J. E. Woody, Jr., John Helm principle, that capital should got on- - p. w. Deeds and D. L. Huston, cele-aptlw n. double-headefifty-flvTv-- windows Installed the Cathedral will at a prico of $40,000. With theso practically complete, making it NATION AVILL SUFFER. , old-tim- "With science giving the shrug of doubt as to tho existence of God," he said, "with law courts grinding out divorces ad nauseam, with passing literature that finds it pays to portray characters seeking with moral sham and condoning the offense, with young and old gone mad over the lurid motion film, with the drama depraved In spite of heroic efforts of the many who patronize and love tho clean play, with the daily press mirroring tho crimes and sins of society, with feminine dress mocking at decency and modesty, with respect for authority and reverence for the flag of our country where Is the power who has the wisdom? Whore the salvation of the youth of our lads? Tho church has grieved much for many a long day at tho widespread spirit of secularization in education, and Is gravely anxious at the present advocacy of Federal centralization and tho still more dangerous tendency of socialization in education, "he said. "Secularism violates tho rights of God, centralization encroaches on the rights of the, family and socialism the rights of the child. Sad is the lament of many thinking people and educators within and without the church, at the absolute divorce of our eystom of public education from religion. The constant and continuous Ignoring of God and the approved legal Indifference to religious belief and practice in the school room must have Its unfortunate effect on tho young mind. The nation is hound to feel and suffer the consequences. The philosophy of the world is to enjoy what one pleases, to think as one pleasos and to do what one pleases without tho checks placed by religious sanction and the moral law." After the mass tho convention in a resolution congratulated the Catholic people of Michigan on the "earnest defense they are making of tho natural right of every parent to direct the education of his child. Tho Catholic Educational Association of the United States, representing all parts of tho country, pledges earnest support to the Catholic people and citizens of Michigan In the defense they are making, of the elemental rights of Amorican citizenship." ever-decreasi- ng fair-mind- ed day. Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes vigorously arraigned the "modern tendency" toward secularism, Federal centralization and Socialism in education in a sermon at tho solemn high mass which opened tho seventeenth annual convention of the Catholic Educational Association of the United States in New York on Tues- Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager IIKH.T HI1INKV Designs & Estimates Famished KL HMH IIIAMlIN 40C-7-- JpNf LIBERTY BLOW ' I 0r CREDIT SIDNEFS JOB W. JeCer-m- mt Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Mako a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for St. HEATING & VENTHiATINa 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY, H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. 8 INTER-SOUTHERN NATIONAL HATTERS 326 WEST JEFFERSON 8TRMT, DYERS AND CLEANERS BLDG. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phono. City 1931 Mark galea, Fres. NEILL-L- A VIELLE J. O. Jacob. Sea. and Tra. SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED L. GRAUMAN & OO. Incorporated Sealers la All XtaOs of effloe aa Store Fixture, Safe, Casa Xetfa- tera, Biow Oases, Coulters, Shelving, Xto. 610 WEST aUUOr BXXBXT Home Phone, 01 ty ISIS MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES We Buy Rngs, Scrap Iron, Metals, nuuoer nnu raper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. Watch Crystals Fitted Mo Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 001-00- 3 FOURTH AVE. Next to Rox Theater Open Evenings Until 9 P. M, City 8GC West 86G Oscar Farmer &. Sons LabTiS,ICr.' 123 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 iy. FD7TEENTH ST. City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Hoke of "Quality Feeds" WM. P. BANNON CONiTRACTING City 8380 ZERR & HOFFMAN F. PLASTERER Cumb. S. 164 J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. BROOK AND BLOOM VAULT CLEANING! 811 REALTY BUILDING Home Phono, City 2164 MOONLIGHT -- EXCURSION ... "ct,,. r, LOUISVILLH, KJ LTglTornloXsTfiS?i turn. Club in- St. Helena's the'r friends to loin them on their moonlight excursion to be girTuesday evening, July 6, on the steamer uiasi 01. .Limits, lunu wm e sood music and dancing, and an ienlovable evening. Tickets may be secured from the members of the club, or at the J. L. Relhm Piano Company, 659 South Fourth street ifp GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 30ieefestteeet and THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET r m uVHUtruunUM J. J. BARRETT'S SONSj FUNERAL DIRECTORS uUMunuutt"" mi...- wc.j.. j - 822 ;Eat AND EMBALMERS. MoJLrx Urr6t J OF WASHINGTON. VISIT IN PARIS. JL Gen. 'Miss Clara Dbcher and her au fn- Breat grandnephew of groat-itGeorge AVashlngton, and Mis3 Maggie Qohor, 1057 Cherokee srandaou r w"hn8tn. hroUi- - Baxter avenuo. who are members of ot H1 P,rts .deni: 5" beenias a Darty tourlnc France, Italy and signed to a parish In Richmond, Va party touring France, Italy and fn,r inhrfr At fha nrnonnt tmo Tho ramivU th State Which Was the homo Of,hiS Qwltinrlnnrl wnrn amone tho Amerl viBit0rB in Paris last week. They of efficiency go 'to the stockholdeifi. maZ distinguished ancestors. Fath- l montlwor- - left Louisville in April and are ex- a, though, as such, they furnish only "Washingtontno capital, Tney may bo anony- dalned at Mt St Marys "Louege, ir,ected to return within the next few mous, fhey may nover havo seen Bmmitsburg. weeks. the Industrial plant in which Ithoy uiihat UKUT DiiiVK. have Invested. They may know noth STATUE FOR FRANCE. Late returns of the drivo teceutly ' Announcement has been made of- ing 01 tne Dusmess. nut tne ro- wards o.t tho progress of Industry go undertaken in Seattle, Wash., to pay flql)r that the Knights of Colum-I- n very great part to thorn, This off the debt of J100.000 on St. James', bus statue ot Lafayette, to bo of seated to France by the order, will Is habitual to present-da- y busl- - Cathedral showed a collection noss and 4s one of the chief sources 1122,000, with a number of outlying be unveiled by Marshal Foch at Metz parishes unheard from. Father Staf- of profiteering r usury. ni.it Tho statue Is the work of ford, who was ono of tho most active Pul W. Bartlott, noted American workers in th6 campaign, said that sculptor, of Boston. COMPLETES CATHEDRAL. the remainder of tho fund Talsed On landing In New York the Right would bo used for charitable werk CARDINAL O'CONNKLL. Kev. Jobn P. Carroll, Bishop of Hel after the mortage was pId, wd Cardinal O'Coanell. of Boston, has en, wh ki Seme vlsJtln the would be divided among ttie chureli' arrived home from Rome, where h -h Pope, let the owfcrct for .the sUlMd orphanages, hospitals and 4m lsce April ea ihie "ad window in At. Jfeletta Othed- - stltutkm. fWL vju, ENDANT Tho gains of efficiency uld go to the workers. After all. tho ethlcar claim to any interest on cap- rests upon not nearly as firm a basls as the Tight to comepnsatlon Rev- - FUlor R,$hard. 1 Funeral Director Embalmer al Jbn - BOTH PHONES 810. i I '&'. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANEHST4 eje).ejaeiBii!S IDOUGKERTY & McCI.LIOn pre-fa- ct 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers! X vu -- jm-Hw- , r J- lim-ra- Cumb. Mala 29S-- a both ibcoivb;. m Jaiiiii tnnMHHM'tn-H4MMiiim- Hmh Ctty 88 I xA .-- i f1 WapBTJe f "fT W l. .o I bacon & INCORPORATED swiss cleaning snflf MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. AOEDSPXXJOBCY XJEfcISiI--1 AMBSSICAJJf. I HERMAN We Qlr STRAUS Wae, SONS BLUE SERGE, AT Jf 9 wtmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmm and Re!era Qeld Trading Stamps. We dive and Redeem .Surety Coupons I 0 YEW JOV0W ASCOT OUR Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed 1 CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? : j :: ji Convenient and Signified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on JJef erred Payments. The oatstaadlag featarcs tta convenience 1b making purchases without any considerable oaUay of cash. The advantage of buying oa tho dab Flaa daring oar rariona sales AT 8ALH PRICES. Whatever isthe price of the goods to a- cash or charge customer, that Is also the price to a Household Club Flaa customer. There Is positively ao advance. - SWISS CLEANERS INCORPORJLTBD AND DYERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L of this method are $13.50 t - $18.00 $1.50 f ' Vital and Important Facts Misunderstanding is afc the bottom of nearly every conflict between employe and employed Misunderstanding that has been fostered b outside meddlers, who are not smceseiy kt terested in the constructive welfare of either the worker, the employer or the public. Misunderstanding, which, by the misrepre- .sentation of facts, has been enlarged to the point where workers make arbitrary and demands with which it is impossible for industry to comply and continue. All men are human, and misunderstanding intensifies the combative spirit in man. Employers can not comply with unreasonable demands. They will not yiefcl to arbitrary force. Same workers have bad their minds poisoned with a misrepresentation of facts and are stspfcious, resulting in an uncompro- mising attitude of defiance on both sides; thus employe and employer are placed on a combative bask MisunderstandHig causes radical and revolutionary theories to spread through the ranks of misinformed workers, followed by violations and infractions of the law. Arrests and punishments follow, for the law must be up-held, i Civilization demands and will see that xm-reason- able White Shirts and Blouses j To Go With Confirmation Suite, There are bo "confidential arrangements." It Is conducted apoa aa opes basis with a fixed schedule- of rates. The first payment andthe monthly paymeata are 'the same to all. - $1.00 , $1.25 404 Tirne The Easiest i New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Both Phones 1323 " e Auto Delivery JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 WEST MA11KET STUBET. The easiest time to save is RIGHT NOW. The farther you go along the harder it becomes. If you save TODAY, it will be HIGH GRADE COFFEE Baking Powder Extract, partubo Ple,Fllllnff...i, Egg Mitt (20 eggs f or 2G) Coffee lb Ton, lb Coco, lb ,. 80o to $1.25 40o 40c to GOo 30c to GOo easier TOMORROW. account today. Begin that, savings 25o 30o' 2Ge THREE PER CENT. INTEREST Per Annum Compounded Semiannually. ' LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than O.OOO Bank Accounts, rrmrrspntinp' unrwi npnnlw with 9 total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. bSftu Columbia Building Fourth and Main. . UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND The Oldest Trust Company in the South. frte6eee0eateeeeeee00ee44 SMOKERS ATTENTION CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO CHESTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thlrty-fiv- o IiUCKY STKIKES SWEET CAPOItAL $1.70 Per Carton. f High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. s Carpets, Stoves an'd Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. MONCRIEF FURNACES Answer to Your Home Heating Problem. all are punished. In the meantime, industry is idle. The worker, employer and the public all lose. Industry, coupled with capital, is production, and production is the source of all material wealth. If nothing is produced, there can be ' nothing to divide. . So long as men walk blindly behind unwise leaders, there will be misunderstanding and strife and lea material wealth to divide. When men free themselves from the professional labor leaders, do their own thinking law-breake- rs AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO i . STORES Preston and Jefferson INCORPORATED 213 West Jefferson ta Open li'oir 3ESa.slxxesai BLUE GRASS GARAGE No"w- "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. ALL MEN IN CHARGE ?l THE WORLD'S BEST With a Five Year Guarantee. Burns the Chenuest Conl, Wood or Natural Gas. Saves ;$3 3 per cent, on fuel. And .costs no more than other first class furnaces. 1-- BUY NOW. PAY LATER. - MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. -i- trines of the irresponsible agitator. In Louisville we work and produce aad while others citizenship, whteh does its own thinking, and gives scant heed to tfre doc- either with or without organization, with employers on afl questions affecting industry, there will always be focmd a poR-bl- e way of settlement satisfactory to hoik, and fair to tfoe public. In 'Louisville we are blessed with, an co-oper-ate aU-American AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTIOH TO THEATER EXPERIENCED. Olty rEtO0VJ ll3a 1040 - dam and lose. Main 2382 521 WEST MARKET STREET. City 9384 ? MenAreSqaanAMdWMtToBeF. The "Opem Shep" Star lUfjbt h Fmr And Sqmm. Main 1813 FRED Brooka nd A Sts. G. JONES INCORPORATED & CO. Louisville, Kj . St. Matthews G7 EMPLOYERS' ASSOCXAiZKXf OF VXBSWJUM HASH, DOORS, LUMBER LUMBER ' VCO0M?7V9 Sreoklxriar; Branch Tard ANDERSI LUMBER City BLINDS AND MILIiWORK. Boors Sash Crescent 29-- L CO Broaflwwj BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK J. W. HESKAMP ' sjP"0 I 418 6&nUaSKafA ul JLV Bwltob, toMOS. lojrm ft lit. Catfe. OP HEAVY TRUCK BUILDER BODIES, CLOSED OAU &Jv FORD BODIES A. avmviauxx WORK BLACKSMITH OENERAIi Quick Service and Quality Guaranteed ST. MATTHEWS KENTUCKY 412-- July BASEBALL FRED ' Two Games Sunday Twe Games Monday. 3-5, ERHART ALL LUMBER BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER ARCHITECT One . LOUISVILLE vs. MORTON BUILDJNG N. W. Board Corner Fourth and Jefferson CALL US FOR or One Million Feet Phone Went and City 12.' ,rW XJU JLV B. M I Xy 3B 1 OO Home Phone. City 7804 Oumb. Phone, West INDIANAPOLIS W Sixteenth and Manlo Sts. JB:iMCJBIfcY XvXXIMCBESR CO. X sew musical organisation for Loaferllle, the Treble Clef Club, unTwelfth and Oldham 1B00 WEST MARKET STREET" der the direction of Mi&a Rose HenFhoMs-27- 50 Both ley, will make Its first public appear- Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J B.ae Yednesday, July 7, at St. Xav-i- r' auditorium. The cantata, "Pan Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Suf- a HARVEY-JELLIC- O Summer Day," will he the chief ficient Guarantee For My auaWr, but there will also he sever Knowledge and Integrity al eeloe by some of the members. (XNCORPOfUTW) If It's For Sale Give Me a Call The oaeert Is given for the (benefit of 4Sm "Visitation Some iSr Working .the Serrice. Company WitU PINK VARBL1 (Hits, "wfckh is under th direction of Asters of Mercy. There are at looted aFtttcmthlftad MaeaeU,:Yarl at First aaA A. REALTOR AND AUOTIONBIBR tt yisiwt thirty mambers of the Treble XI 4 LQUISYILLi TRUST 9LDG. 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