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American cy PH9NE: HOMC Rrery Drlrer aa Escort LoilsfWa TaiktIK TriMftf 600 Incorporate M MMK VOLUME XLV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS. Chief on his black horse and so on, but now since the police turned out bo badly tho horse seems to bo on the Chief. We',11 say this, however. Ho worked overtime in the press trying to convincethe public that his moonlight police school, his polico band (don't laugh) and' a lot of other fol Destructive Influence of tho Refor do toIs were 'making real polico out mation in That Small But Old ot tho job lot that had been shoved on him by the Hort-SearCountry. machine. But here it is two years and a half after Potty took hold, the moonlight Bchool is closed, the famous Kcystono polico band, consisting of a finished Ruined Catholicism Ilnh Connacht, Lelnster and Munster, and in Ulster tho Unionists were successful in only Antrim, Armagji, Down and Derry, while tho other flvo counties in the Ulster Province tho Sinn Felnors aro now tho stronger in numhor. Practically every Poor Law Board Measure Proposed Parliamentary and Rural District Council In ConMako Erin Dominion Would nacht, Lelnster, Munator and In tho Ulster Counties of Cavan, Donegal Liko. Canada. and Monaghan has been won by Sinn Fein a majority of these bodies has been won in Fermanagh and Tyrone and several In 'tho other Introduced by Lord Montenglo and four counties. Out ot thirty-thre- e County Councils Sinn Fein now conPasses First Heading Without trols twenty-ninla tho remaining Debate. four decided gains have been won from the Unionists. IRELAND WALES e. MOURNED BY MANY. Lnsting Monuments of tho Faith of Provides For Complete Independence Wales In Medieval The news of tho death of William With Exception Only of Formal Watts Barry last Friday night at Times. Allegiance. Springflcld, Mo., came as a great to his Louisville friends and shock relatives. Ho was tho only son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Barry, forA APOLOGIST. TREATY ItlGHTS ARE GRANTED. merly of this city, but now residents of Kansas City, and was nineteen years of age. Away from homo on a vacation, he became suddenly 111, and Against the fulsomo nni,n Writing from London. K. Walter, was hurried to he nearest hospital corded the Refomatlon as on event papers, at Springfield, where he died followalleged to havo beon a blessing to correspondent of American ing an operation for appendicitis. countries to which it spread, it is the sends tho following, which has been Watts Barry, as he was known to all, interesting to note thn Ahnrirn or suppressed by the was a universal favorite, with a overlooked .t press authorities: Proven in the latost Issue of tho an,d British promising future in commercial and Ireland is declared a Dominion on xiiou uiuoiogicai Quarterly, that in place tho case of Wales "tho influence of a constitutional equality with Can- business life. The funeral took and Monday morning Africa, Australia and at Kansas City was tho Reformation was mainly destrucada, South at Mount Washthe interment tive; It ruined Catholicism, tout it Now Zealand in a parliamentary bill ington, Mo. Tho local friends of tho Houso of failed to usurp Catholicism in tho Introduced today In tho passed its first bereaved parents extend their heartTho bill hearts and lives of the Welsh Lords. e reading without debate. This new felt sympathy. Evidence in support of this Is said factor In tho Irish situation contention is advanced from a recent FRANKFORT. volume by a to bo tho result of negotiations beLlewelyn sotween advocates of tho Dominion Williams, entitled "Tho Making of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sullivan,, one lution with Sinn Felners on tho Modern Wales," thus adding to tho hand and Ulstermen on tho other. whoso marriage took place in Owens-bortestimony of history tho findings ot aro now in New York after visTho Government denies any knowla man of whom one would not be inThey're lulling ,iuea and mil hAmMIm OckiT any iting Niagara Falls, and are expected i edge of these negotiations or of clined to expect a confirmation of the I ll1 0 home about the 15th, as they will bo For the wearing Intention on tho part of tho to Introduce a bill. Tho with Mr. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. tho T,no ot referscontentions denied by measure was introduced In tho Lords James Sullivan. Williams to a matter which Miss Katherine Schenkle and W. privately by Lord Monteagle and Is was of groat Influence on 'the desaid to have tho support of Lord Bernard Schroff were married WedFATHER AUER'S .lUBTLEE. cadence of religion In Wales. Tho Morris, tho Earl of FIngall, Lord nesday afternoon at tho Good ShepReformers charged: and Macdonell, Lord French and other herd rectory. Father John F. anniversary ot peats tho charge in hisGroves reThe twenty-fift- h "Titular peers, Vcsldes that ot s,r Horaco O'Dwyer performing the ceremony. tho ordination of Rev. Father Oderic Archbishops of Ireland," that "the DOES NOT AUDIENCE. Plunkett and tho Irish Dominion Tho attendants were Mrs. Paul Auct as a priest of the Franciscan horde of seminary priests and Jesuits League. Tho backers of it declare a sister of tho bride, and Paul with great evokes no sympathy from John Bull or (Senator order was celebrated ceremony on Issued forth" from tho continent and The persecution and reign of terror in Irel that they are assured of important Meagher. The 'bride was lovely in splendor and religious 'spread over England acceptance of tho measure her white robe of georgette, beaded, Beckham. Sinn Fein Monday at St. Anthony's church, disseminating the tents in disguise, 1lap2:ft of rebellion Ulster leaders have shown and a picture hat of tho same maand that Joffersonvllle, ot which he is tho and tyrannicide which wero openly conciliatory interest in it. 'iho terial, with a small wreath of pink honored pastor. The services began taught tho students there." Speakfigurehead. With Hays in the backbill provides for the complete inde- roses for trimmings. She carried pink in London as tho foreword to deswith first mass at G o'clock by Fathground his friend Tobo Hert will not er Fridolln Stauble, Indianapolis; ing Of tills accusation nnrl nf Ji pendence ot Ireland with tho excep- roses. After tho wedding Mr. and perate flghtlngiln Ireland. It makes "Douay Seminar-- , get much assistance here in the way second mass allegiance to tbo Mrs. Schroff were entertained with a a far moro serious situation than if tion of tho formal that at 8 o'clock by Father uio imesis coming Williams says wero No wonder rrom Douay recognized by other reception In the home of the bride's the Irish situation were loft to the of a campaign barrel. crown which is Isadoro Rafferty, consequential parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schen- British army of occupation and tho Chairman jGhes is out with alibis jubilee celebration, Louisville; silver not politically active, that they "wore dominions, and tho with procession this early' but ho should havo told at 9:30 o'clock, followed by the quiet, earnest and devoted men; tho reservations of the right to declare kle, whore good wishes wore show- police. Tho feeling is so bitter beearly seminarists wero free from postrategic de- ered on them, after which they left tween the Ulsterltes and tho Sinn us of the Daugherty-Hay- s row and peace or war and tho by Father and Selection 0f how tho little Chairman had attempt- third was last mass by solemn Auer. litical taint or suspicion of active Fein that It will tako but a spark to Arc 23thsc4 fense of the British Isles. for tho East for a fortnight's stay. followed bene disloyalty, because Thlsi can so an explosion. ed to "swipe" the nomination.. Fiscal independence is granted in tho founders of inoar 'Bki wmmmm9mpttturc- diction. At tho Jublleo celebration In just one short week tho muni- the ,ormon was preached by Father the College ot Douay for many years full with tho right to mako commerRECEPTION TO ARCHBISHOP. kept themselves clear of political ln- CHURCH EXCURSION. cipal market plan of our near Mayor Stauble. cial treaties. Tho collection of taxes ,g V,eY.' A,nd ln referring to t is entirely surrendered by the Brit' has died, and following its. demise has been In charge of .jttJpnwiMr'' Arrangements aro being madt for the Father O.QtAnMt?' II nv.n.1 o I rt. . .. wcnFtnc"'-threateneprosecution of the ChurchAuer tho last six years and English College at Rome, whlbh" wa ish Government, and in consequonco tho reception of tho Archbishop of for no Irish representatives will bo sent Melbourne who is expected to arrive er East St. Louis will bo given next the fruit and produce dealers, who came to Joffersonvllle from tho East. also frequented by numerous Welshto tho Westminister Parliament. The in New York on Saturday, July 17. Monday under tho auspices of St. Chalrmaa Cites Searcy Forgets to were alleged to havo been hoarding He was born In Loulsvlllo September men after tho coming of 'the ReforIrish Government Is empowered to Accompanying His Grace is the Most Philip Nerl's church, and guests aro food. The dally press Informed us 2C, 1872, and In 1887 entered tho mation (both Institutions having Tell How Hays Tried to Swipe that near Mayor Smith told the com Franciscan College at Syracuse, N, been founded to counteract tho influralso Its own territorial forces for Rev. Dr. Foley. Bishop of Ballarat. advised to bring their baskets. Boat Nomination. home defense or the maintenance of Victoria, Australia. mittee of produce men that he Y., completing his studies: at Tren ence of the now teaching). Williams Both reverend Ipaves First streetof at 8:30 o'clock. tho day will be wouldn't bo bluffed, etc., etc., and ton, N. J. Not being of age for or points with regret to tho fact that order In Ireland, but such forces gentlemen will bo guests of Arch- A special feature what he was going to do in the way dination he was sent to Rome, Italy, the number of Welsh students .. shall in time or war bo uswl in atbishop Hayes during their stay In tho a dancing school exhibition by Mlsa , ..,...,.. ivpnn. hHiiu with other British forces un- East. From hero it is stated they Allno Duckor's pupils as follows: of prosecution, etc., etc. But tho where he took a special course in inrtAintr t,.0Y Duiuwur unu xnai two gov- will proceed to Europe and thence to Matilda Atkinson, Anna May Boyce, Kcystono Polico Establish a World's dally press never told us that tho church law. Ho was ordained a people suffered in consenuonro. tne wn der agreement between tho Norma Lilly, produce mdn called his 'hand and priest July 7, 1895, by Cardinal says that bocauso "educational ad- ernments. Tho act of union is re- Rome. Archbishop Hayes has formed Virginia Bowman, Record la Quaker Mhld Dorothy Wagner, pealed insofar as its provisions are an arrangements' committee from tho Louiso Ratterman, called him strong, daring the near Parochi, Vicar Generali of rope Leo vaniages wore (then) few in Wales Robberies. and the people wero poor," and be Mayor to do his worst. The spokes III. His charges havo been at inconsistent with this act Tho call- pastors of tho Archdiocese with tho Allno and Dorothy Young, Lillian N. J.; Utlca, N. Y.; Trenton, cause that college demanded that man didn't even designate him as ing of an Irish Constituent Assembly Vicar General, Right Rev. Msgr. Schroeder, Pauline Brown, Virginia "Mr. Mayor." but called him "Mr. N. J.; Albany, N. Y.; Syracuse, N. students measure up to the English is provided for, to bo elected by the Mooney, as Chairman and Rev. Fath and Mildred Lindermeyer,- Frances Irish people on a basis of propor- er Thomas Thornton, of St. Colum McGuire, Frances Boyce, Dorothy Smith." and told him that nowspaper Y.; MInoa, N. Y and Jeffersonvllle. standard. Tho number of Welsh tional representation. The Assem- bus' church, as Secretary. The ar- Reigel, Louiso Rusch, Helen Schmltt, COL. PETTY IS .IN OBLIVION. charges didn't go with them and they Attending the colebratton wero Rev. students becamo less and less as time bly is given lull power to draw up a rangements will Include a public re- Mary Troutman, Emily Tyree, Jos. were ready for any old Investigation Father Leo Greullch, of Syracuse, went on." In consequence of these Smithy might start. They say tho and many priests from Indiana and unfortunate conditions, principally constitution for tho wholo of Ire- ception ot Most Rev. Dr. Mannlx in Cromwell, Edward Check, George because the country had been denear Mayor sputtered and sputtered, Kentucky. land. This constitution will not bo one of tho city theaters and a ban- Relgol. prived of its Catholic schools, "Wales Bubject to revision by tho British quet in honor of tho distinguished The nomination of Gov. Cox for but you will notice there Is no more PRAYER FOR MONTH. was permitted to drift by almost imPRIESTS REACH CHINA. Parliament, but will go direct to the visitors by the priests of the President has served to rejuvonato talk of the municipal market or tho perceptible degrees away from tho King for ratification in council. Tho the Democrats of Kentucky and they food hoarding charges. Alumni Association of the His Holiness Benedict XV. has rec- Catholic faith." News has just come tp the aro enthusiastic ovor the prospect of Constituent Assembly must bo sum- United States. It is expected that In these days of record bi caking Added to this neglect came active moned within one month after tho on his return from San Francisco the Chinese Mission Society at yOmaha giving our neighbor a big majority in events wo just want to call attention ommended "Retreats for tho Laity" to the Apostleship of Prayer as tho persecution of tho clergy. passing of the act, and the appoint- Hon. Eamon Do Valora, President of that tho first of its nlneteen-twentThe Kentucky Irish "As in ou Novembor. can point --with pride to to a record established by tho Louls-vlll- o general intention for the month of Ireland," writes the Irish Theologed day for the full establishment of tho Irish Republic, will moot Arch- mission band, who loft Seattle American Keystone police, and If any othChina. tho Irish Dominion must not be less bishop Mannlx here and will partici- May 25, havo reached on June They the fact that it was the only paper er city In the country or in the world July. It icqulres only tho slightest ical Quarterly, "the priests in Wales 19, hero advocating an instructed delegatimely wore pursued with a relentless persethan three nor more than nine pate in tho different public functions landed at Shanghai can comparo with this record wo consideration to realize how uip months after tho date of ratification. being arranged locally in honor of when they began their Journey and tion for Gov. Cox, he being the logi- would like to have the claimant or and important in this recommenda- cution, and in the end nKint.ini1v 600 miles, tho Yangtso river-fotion of tho Holy Father. Tho social stamped out of existence." Tho Constituent Assembly Is rec- the Archbishop and his party. cal candidate to win in November, stop forward. This' reached their mission field at Han and the argument advanced In favor claimantsmorning the Quaker is It: chaos, which has followed tho tense Protestants did get tho upper When ommended to make a liberal provihand Tuesday Maid period of the war, has thrown tho Yang on the Feast of SS. Peter and they wero moro intent on sion for tho safeguarding of all minn uninstructed delegation was on- grocery, ono of a chain of stores, loORPHAN riCNIC. Paul. Rev. Edward J. Galvln, who ot camouflage thrown out by world into a maelstrom of passion, benefices than on preaching annexing setting ly orities in Ireland, such as tho the word cated at Second and Oak. was broken was formerjy a priest in tho Dioccso wherein injustice, suspicion, envy of God. up of a special state Legislature for There werp. Monday evening at 8 o'clock the ot Brooklyn and afterwards for led by friends and supporters hero Into and robbed. The Polico Depart and greed are whirling tho people to Isolated efforts on tho partof onimo Ulster under tho Dominion Parlia- last meeting of the St. Joseph Or- many years a missionary in China, Col. Jim Brown. Tho only ment could not keep the robbery sp of individ enurenmen, but tno peoplo were ment, and tho fears of Ulster aro phan Society Picnic Committee will will direct tho activities of the other Democrat papor here", the "eut;,a,.it,he T.11 things ual tho most part utterly neglected scramble for considered by a provision that bo hold at St. Boniface Hall, when officials, their madHonco the for the He Evening Post, was a supporter of published tho Quaker new mission wisdom, the by tho mlnlstors, and gradually rth the Ulstor representatives may de- final arrangements will bo perfected society in its' later on by field. fourteen McAdoo, while tho Hert organs, the said: will bo joined Pope into irreliglon and ignorance. sank necessity of mand a referendum on the constitu- for tho great picnic and outing to bo other priests who will sail in Sep- Courier-Journand Times, worked robbery timeliness, the There "This was the par area which is held on SL Joseph's Orphanage tember. desperately to have tho Democratic of our stores in the last two jears." Benedict's recommendation. The upon is ovidenco enough on this point, and tion In tho amount purpose of our life It comes from such varied sources given an entirely separate parliament grounds on Tuesday, July 20. Pres up in a tow. This convention break And thby might have added that organs our Keystoners haven't even had a earth is so to live as to win eternal that It is admitted by all." An ilIn tho government's Irish bill. Tho ident John Tobo urges all Chairmen tailing, the Blngham-He- rt ILVNDSOME MONUMENT. impression in the lobbies was to be present and all friends ot the first then tried to ersuade the delegates clue. Anyway that's a mark for all happiness in heaven, the reward tho lustration of this neglect, if any that tho new bill is being produced in orphans who aro willing to help at At the entrance to tho soldiers' to bolt tholr instructions for Gov. ot them to shoot at. Just think; Lord has promised to those who love wero needed, is found in tho Teport Jtho lords as a blocking measure to tho picnic aro Invited to attend this cemetery at Fort Sheridan stands a Cox. It Is glad to note they failed. an avoraEe of a Quaker Maid store and servo Him. In order that we of tho Protestant Bishop of Bangor, provent discussion of the Govern- meeting. Henry Bosse, Chairman of handsome monument destined to Senator Sam L. Robertson and his robbery every eleven days. And on- may obtain that reward wo muBt not dated 1623, who writes that in ment bill, but the known sincerity of tho Button Committee, and his army preserve the memory of Right Rev. aides who made a flgtft In Jefferson ly four weeks ago It was stated In allow ourselves to become so ab"in parish . . . there had been Its sponsers makes it possible that of young ladles will' visit tho follow- Monslgnor E. J. Vattman, the urst county for Gov. Cox Instructions theso columns that it appeared as If sorbed In pursuing the perishable only two sermons for tho last twelve goods of earth as to disregard the months;" in another parish, there that could bo their motive altho tho ing churches and hope to eeo every- chaplain ot tho United States Army feel highly elated ovor tho result. tho local colony of burglars wero rob- imperishable blessings of tho everhad been "no sormon preached flvo new Mil may get some support from body tagged with a button: St. Bon- to Tank of major. The Incidentally if you want to get the bing this chain of stores in numeriattain others who would like at all costs to iface, St. Martin's, St. Mary's, St. dedication the tho monument was the "wrong" convention news read the cal order. Wo hnrdly think that lasting Hfo in God's own homo be- or six years last past;" Jn still anof other parish there had been "no serobstruct tho govornment measure. Anthony's, St. Peter's, St. Joseph's, occasion of an Impressive ceremony Dlngham press. In tholr anxiety to Chief Petty will publish tho record yond tho grave. mon at all." Two other parishes had It Is not known at present when the St. Vincent de Paul, St. Elizabeth's, in which officers and soldiers of Fort boost Tobe Hert at Chicago tho In the Polico Bulletin, or that Ches TROUBLE FOR ENGLAND. but two and three sermons respectbill will be brought up for its second Holy Trinity, St. Francis of As3lsl, BherMan as well as prominent Cath- urnal and Times correspond- Searcy will mention It In. his next ively In a year's .time, according to reading. Tho Government naturally Holy Trinity of St. Matthews, St. olic clergymen took part. The Rev. ents pretty near convinced their lea t Ion of "Facts," tho nllbl book, of a battalion of the same authority. Re- Rub! will tho Hoard of Trade or would not relish the dobafe of any Helen's, St. Denis and St. Edward's Julius DoVos, pastor of St. John readers that Tobe would bo tho and government clubs mention thnt.good Irish Connaught Rangers stationed at wnat such neglect meant to tho onp other Irish measure in tho Upper of Jeffersontown. publican' PresWcRtial nominee comBerchman's church, recited the House before tho peers considered r Howdy tho Vice Presi- firm was times In Jullunder, in tho Painjab, India, mu- Welsh people Is evident from a commemorative prayer. Tho Right Rev. dential Ed MorrowLast Monday tho two years.robbed government APPOINTS FOR KENTUCKY. or recent parison with conditions as ithev huA tinied following the arrival tho official bill and tho nominee. Mgr, Francis C. Kelly, President of representacould presumably command a majorcountry. (?) Courier-Journhome run record pales events In Ireland, according to a dis- previously been in postJohn J. Donovan, State Deputy of the Catholic Church Extension Soci- wise wrote that Gov. Cox was elimin- In Babe Ruth's with tho record of our patch from Simla under date of July "Enough proof exists that ity in the Houso of Lords to even comparison Kentucky, announces the following ety, recalled the sacrifices Father tive On receipt of says tho I. T. Q "of tho piety of tho 2 to Reuters, Limited. pone any further consideration of ated. The same day ho was nomi- Koystono police. .. Simla TFa1(iY. mnn.!. ...( Lord Montoagle's bill. The govern- appointments: State Chaplain, Rev. Vattman had made in tho service of nated. I'uyiu Another little testimonial to our tho same news at Solan, In thoreport iu mo religious the soldiers and sailors. The comupheaval of tho Tudor ago," to prement bill, however. Is much disliked James L. Gorey, Newport; State Lec- manding officer ot Fort Sheridan That tho Republicans are thrown Joke police department is shown In hills, another detachmont Is depths of gloom ds shown by the robbery of the J. L. Rlehm Piano ed to havo attempted to seize arms sent a glaring contrast to tho situaand for many different reasons. Also turer, John D. Kearney, Newport; praised Father Vattman's helpfulness into tho the Lords remember how they were Stato Historian, C. A. Wells, Padu- - to the men ot tho army and for his the hurried up interviow ot Chair- Company at 659 Fourth avenue. Sun- and ammunition, the dispatch says, tion ns it becamo later. "Welsh reby the Commons over tho last cah; District Deputies Chas. H. man Ches Searcy, who tolls the ma- day afternoon some of our local safe- adding that guards killed two ot tho ligious llteraturo," writes that exceltreated Tho dis- lent review, "is possibly, in some of Irish bill and many peers would wel- Purdy, Covington; Thos. D. dines, great influonco for good. chine orcan, the Herald, that tho crackers blow the piano company men and wounded one. come tho situation which would be Louisville; Frank L. McCarthy, Lexwhole country is "sore because Tam- Bafe and got away with $600. This patch sayB that when the last mall its branches, as extensive as our own TWIN CITY LEAGUE. many supported Ctox." You've got in broad daylight with hundreds of reached the troops thoy became (Irish). Tho old abbeys at Mar-gacreated if the Government bill could ington; La Vega Clements, Owens-borVlctorL. Spalding, Unlontown; be kept out of tholr house by their Neath, Strata Florida, and a to hand It to Ches for "hearing from people passing, among tho passers greatly excited and tho decision to TheKnlghts of St. John Club country lordships' previous engagement with R. E. McNamara, Ellzabethtown. lay down their arms soon was score of other places, are a lasting Jig time, some followthe a surprise in tho Twin City are wholo enoughInto say that he being Keystoners. Tho day excused reached, of tho men re- monument of tho faith of Wales In a bill of their own. mean League last Sunday by beating tho gathered hi3 Information from the ing tho Police Department FATHER BREY'S JUBILEE. The medieval times. Mr. Williams mainIn tho recent County Council electho robbery by saying that the Key- maining loyal to tho Colonel. A. O. H. pennant contenders In a 7 our Tentn ware. stoners had been called to a fire on troops expressed regret that they tains that up to the great rebellion tion in Ireland tho Republican Govpoliticians Brey, tho de- to C contest, whllo the C. M. A. ad- colored why Ches in The Rev. Celestlno ernment has opco more established doesn't tell of tho Manstreet--ntho nasty, mean were unable to serve any longer, and Wales was the most Cathollo portion a notch by securing a for- Wonder tho unanimlyt of consent by which It voted and zealous pastor of. Holy vanced game from Mackln, tho latter attempted double cross at Chicago burglars had taken advantage of gave up their arms and ammunition. of Great Britain." Tho Reformation feited ' rules. This is the statement made Cross church, will on Wednesday, team being away on a picnic celebra- and tho tonse situation in the Repub- their absence. Becoming nettled at Although remainlng'ontirely respect- deprived Wales of these .lnstltutioM by tho Friends ot Irish Freedom Na- July 21, celebrate the silver jubilee tion. The St. X. lican camp. The story was published tho. excuse offered the burglars came ful to their officers, the men ex- and achevements and failed to repena priest. tional Bureau of Information in of his ordination asamong vFlrlenda nant leading by retained their game this week in the New York press of back tho following night and broko plained their sympathies with tholr place Catholicity. Tho established capturing a the clergy making public tho final result ot the of tho good father unurcn or England failed to hold Its from the K. ot O, Tomorrow thoy how Chairman Will H. Hays had Into 'the White sewing machine Com- friends In Ireland. recent elections In Ireland. The and laity am arranging to mako It play as follows: Knights of St, plotted to be the nominee of the pany store, at 6G5 Fourth avenue, or own in Wales and did not Tft t.ht statement points out that under the ono ot tho city's, notable religious John vs. Mackln, C. M. A. vs. St. X. Chicago convention, g WUiIi CONVENE HERE. fruits of tho Reformation. The field just two doors away from their oth- Bvstem of proportional representa events, and Catholics throughout tho and K. of C. vs. Hibernlana was left open for tho Gen. Wood, Lowden, Harding and nr fnh. Tim TTiv8tnne nollcn wero not tion now used in Ireland tho great- Louisville diocese win no much m News from Rome has been Tecolved mist preachors who subseaueiitlv the rest. Harry M. Daughorty. pway at a ilro this time, and It is Uio possible chanco da given to forested in the celebration. est Harding's persoaal representative, pwoKs' turn to laugn at i'cttys came along. It lg refreahie to e here that the Passionist (Provincial CALLS IflBJUT WALSH. minorities to mako ithotr voice heard Chapter of the Western Province will have the fact that neither the one Dan Yalh. Jr., of New Albany, discovered the plot and Boss Penrom Dfllletln. FANS WAR FLAME. Despite thht fact it in all elections. By tho way, what has become of begin In Louisville, September 8. nor the other succeeded In replacing ' reserve 'First Lieutenant in the air came down on them, IJke & thuAAd shown that the Republican. GovJernment was unanimously supported The Wow Nominee Harding re- our fchelbyvllle Chlot of Polico? The Solemnities in honor of St. Gabriel tho Cathollo Church la the lives of News Service Bervitee, bag cone to Scott iFleld, brick. the people eorretonwted by a historc Belleville, 111,, where he has been futes to trust Hays and faaisUt oa Herald used to run big pictures of will be held at each monastery Octocables that Sir Edward Caram'g fa three proviaeea ad made ian who does not share the UMb of Dausitertr bete bead of the Chief Petty and the overeeae eeaad, ber 17, 18 and 19, It lias bees. waminc ot the reorjraalaatkm ot ordered fer a egeetaJ flier' exawl-naata la Ulster. wJOeh tie Seerer fobbed Waleey. 'wwttWfe wWi Hay as a the Cbief oa his white horse, the the Water velunteew to leaked vqm ; tkm psa Fete earried every rs rope-yanker- o, ometo4ppm Domln-lonls- ts o'the rett$lSl Mini A triangle player and a git tar player, is disbanded, and all tho other little frills are missing. Anyway Col. Petty will remember that tho Kentucky Irish American warned him as a friend that "yap" motormen and conductors will never make real polico and now tho Chief has dropped from tho spotlight, realizing that ptcss "bunk" will not make police out of an aggregation of But and cheer up, Chief. You have the finest collection of Keystone police comedians in the country, not even barring tho movlo picture studios. Ono ot tho Kcystono polico machines crashed Into a grocery man's truck tho other clay, this accident being only one ot a long and unending series In which our find that tho Fords and polico cars nro unlike tho cars they formerly" handled, which ran on a track with trolley overhead. After nearly killing the grocor and ruining his goods tho Indignant locked him up for being In tholr way. Wonder they didn't pounce on him as they do in the movies and beat him with bladders and slapsticks. Two of the police In the same district picked up a young fellow that escaped from jail but were not sure of their quarry. Finally ono of them looked In the prisoner's hat and takl, "No, Ezra, this ain't tho feller, ns he's got his namo in hyar, and his name Is J. B. And the taxpayers ipay Stetson." theso birds $4 a day. s. Key-stone- Foiled to Rcplnco People. It Among sroii O rs Key-Rton- peo-PI- non-Cathol- Mc-Danl- el, iCT DEMMVTS '.!"" A j& Mv Vt &$&& i d ... Ho-bok- - May-noo- th . r Mc-Ado- fur-th- or ."'"'J'in al slvty-fourt- li six-coun- ty Ang-Iest- y, Courier-Jo- Three-fourt- hs slxty-fou- al to-da- """ L 'pi-iu- '. o; m, fur-nlsh- one-four- th a double-crossin- Non-Oonf- l'o-tle- Crose-Atlant-ic aa let-te- - earn-eal- m eoar lM A.sa- i;SW I" jeraxre'jraTOBrsr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKjfW. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. e)lv KBtLxmiad &js4tjexiulCasl. your feoy lrapar an oAbmMob tkat will them for Ufa BE SURE AND BE ON THE St. Xavler's College Xy. 113 W. Broadway, KoalavUle, Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. & to tha Sodl and Moral Advancement ol Ifkh Amerfciai tad CtfaoHo Classical, and Business Scientific Courses, Preparatory Department, Largo of Hibernians. Young Mea'i Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order Equipped GymSwimmlns Pool, well nasium. Terms moderate. Institute and Catholic Knights ot Amenca. Metro Club SHOE SALE Moonlight Honest Footwear at Greatly Reduced Prices. ' CQPY'sc SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE Cntered at the Louisville Poitottlc at AMrits All ComnHHilcatlotu Second-Cla- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. IncerpccttrJ. Publishers Bro. Benjamin, DIr. New Business Management MODERATE PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary MatUf. 319-32- 1 to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wt Lftiny Strut MONDAY, JULY 12 STB AMBR BAST 8T.I,OCI8 Boat Leave! Fourth Street at 8:1 S P. M. Ticket, $1.25, stag or couple, war tax included, All rights reserved. Gorman's Novelty Orchestra. S LOUISVILLE, :, Wiliard Cafeteria EXCELLENT PAEE Opposite Court House R, C. STUiLWELL, Business Manager MEAIS SERVED Growing Girls' Drown Low ifecl Oxfords, 3J to 7, ut -- 93.45 Misses' Brown Oxfords, 11 J to 2 S2.45 Child's Brown Oxfords, 8J to 11, ot $3.24. Women's Brown Oxfords, Military Heel, 2J to 8, nt : $4.15 Wo carry a complete lino of Men's Whito Canvas and Palm Beach Oxfords. It will pay you well to visit our store from any part of tho city. Spalding SHOE Company EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE. Out of the High Rent District. Open Evenings Till O. KY SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920 Richard Eboronz and bride, who was Miss Lillian Walker, will return Breakfast 6:00 to 9:30 today from their wedding trip to 11:00 to 3:30 Two months ago the Kentucky Chicago and tho Northwest and are Dinner 6:oo to 7:30 Irish American fought for an in- at 'homo at 2415 West Chestnut Supper , structed delegation from Kentucky street. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mitchell and for Gov. James M. Cox, saying that Kenneth and he was the logical man to carry the children, to their home inEliso, have Milwaukee returned Democratic banner to victory this after a visit ot two months to Mrs. been open and Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. year. Gov. Cox has The application of electricity above board on all public questions J. Dolaney. and vnpor baths In tho treatTom Moore, formerly of this city with a and his party has fitted him ment of chro:iic diseases, rheuChicago strong platform. Cox was the choice but now connected with the welcome matism, etc., has been proven police department, was a decidedly beneficial. I nm a of an unbossed convention, while visitor this week, and his Louisvillo Republican nominee, printer friends wore pleased to give specialist In chlropratlc. Harding, the was the choice of a little group of him tho glad hand. J. Carlisle Schmltt, ot this city, Dr. Elzena F. Napierala, Gov. Cox old fossilized Senators. now located at Owensboro, was here people's choice. will he the on a visit this week. Mr. Schmltt Asst. Miss Bessie Mvllvan COX CAN WIN'. BRING YOUR pASKETS DAY EXCURSION On , the Beautiful Steamer East St. Louis for benefit of Satisfactory Eyeglasses long- - - HEALTH CHURCH OF ST. PHILIP NERI MONDAY, JULY 12, 1920 Boat Leaves First St. at 8:30 a. m, glasses. You will find the best argument for patronizing ns in tho list of customers whom wo have fitted with satisfactory ADULTS 50 CTS. Returns at 7:30 CHILDREN 25 CTS. sharp. p. m. "A TRUE SERVICE." Wo do not sell glasses as merchandise. Wo sell you satisfactory service. Optromctry Is a profccslon worthy tho name, and wo practice It in all its higher branches. Annual Social Entertainment FOR BENEFIT OF CONVENTION IMPRESSIONS. With only 155 dolegates voting for Bryan's dry platform and 360 voting for light wines and beeT at the San Francisco convention, one is with the fact that not only im-pres- ed the Democratic delegates but the public a large Is tiring of the fanatical prohibition laws with all their at- s tendant hypocrisies, secret service 6noopers and the like. The day of the pollttical prohibitionists Is Hearing an end and the public will now have an Inning, and woe be to the candidate for Congress or Senate who boasts of his "dry" record. The liberal minded voters will play the League game of voting against the enemy regardless of parAnti-Saloo- mingles with farmers tp a great extent and says all indications point to banner crops this year. Mrs. Emma Mattingly and grandchildren, Misses Louise, (Mary Long and Patricia Hanlon, left last week for Wequetonslng to spend the summer in their cottage. Col. P. J. Hanlon will join his children later in the summer. COMING EVENTS. 405 Norton Building City 8170 Main 2352 Visitation Home For Girls FONTAINE FERRY PARK Thursday Afternoon and Evening, July 15, 2:30 and 8 P. M. Tickets 25 Cents ASK FOR mil WSJbmz&Aa louifrOUJfr EWING'S DAIRY If You Want Health, Recreation and Rest and Plenty to Eat Try n ty lines. St. Joseph's Orphanage picnic on grounds of home. July 22 Picnic of St. Paul's church of Pleasure Ridge at Stower's Grove. July 27 St. Philip Nerl's church picnic at Rivoli Garden. July 27 St. Denis churoh picnic and chicken supper, Cane Run Road Improvement Club Park. July 27, August 17 Moonlight excursions of Trinity Council on East St. Louis. A July 22, PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. -- ANNUAL PICNIC For the Benefit of GRAYSON SPRINGS Under New Management D. C. ETHERIDGE, Manager. Dave suro feeds and Springs are sure health builders. rates. GRAYSON SPRINGS, KY., or city office, Trust Building. Both phones. 701-0- St. Leo's Church of Highland Park 15 Write for Louisville Will Take Place at r n.jviirtcro special patriotic programme ar WE SHOULD WORRY. ranged for tho meeting of New AlChicken Supper Good Music and Numerous Pleasing Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" bany Council, K. of C. was enjoyed .n dispatch by a large and appreciative audience i Amusements. m& i' In a special and agonizing aavr Byes always tired, headaches, whole system affoctod, comfort l tells us Thursday night. Tho meeting was in Sunday the Take Highland Park Cars, Second street line. FRED. C LOEMKER f charge of Louis I. Vornla, Lecturing sacrificed? Have your eyos examined, see me at once, don't delay. that Great Britain is again fighting Knight. Dry Gtxte. MWe FimtUMnfa, Hali rA Shot I fit glassos perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. with her back to tho wall, Germany My prices are reasonably, give mo a trial and I will convince you. The ladles of Father Raffo's parFOURTH AND O STS not whipping her this time, but the ish will entertain their friends MonCharles Turks on one side and tho Bolshovl-k- l day night at St.Chestnut. Hall, Twen and The pleason the other are the two who are antries will begin at 8 o'clock and a "House of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician crushing John Bull. Hero's where hearty welcome awaits all who at- IntTotriit Md Abntrmtl Nails SclHtlfkallf TruM 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET of tho world can look on tend. The Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsey without a quiver and say "we should church, congregation of St. Paul's Pleasure Ridge Park, is preGbiropediat worry." paring for its all day picnic to be fi07 given at Stower's Grovo on Thursday July 22, when a chicken supper will Stark be served in the evening. Admission TS ( lilill HliaMiiSat7 to the grounds free. Botk Pbo?es Tho annual dawn fete of St. Ann's A AAA church will be given on the school grounds next Tuesday afternoon and Mies Florence Broderlck has gone evening, with a nice lunch served by tho ladies and the usual attractions On the Beautiful Grounds Surrrounding the Home of to Chicago to epend tho summer. furnished. Take Sixth street cars Capt. A. F, Martin has been a,t to tho grounds, Seventh and Davies Nashvlllo the past few days as the f avenue. IHCORPOBJLTTKD. guest ot relatives. The popular Metro Club announce Electric Suction'Sweeper Miss Helen Gallagher, of Chicago, a moonlight for next Monday evening IT BEATS Is spending several weeks with Miss on tho Steamer East St. Louis and 15 Clara Angomelor. the growing popularity of this club AS IT SWEEPS FRANKFORT AVENUE, CRESCENT HILL Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. O'Biou and its members means another if AS IT CLEANS are at Atlantic City, whore they will pleasant evening is assured. Bqat Take East Walnut and Crescent Hill Cars. will leave foot of Fourth street at spenL tho summer. Attorney Thomas Walsh' left Tues- 8:15 o'clock. Gorman's novelty orday to spend a two weeks' vacation chestra will furnish Ihe music. The annual picnic of St. Leo's at Connorsville, Ind. 230 WEST JEFFERSON . Mrs. Denny Hlnos has been enter- church, of Highland Park, will be SERVED BY THE LADIES. taining as her guest Mrs. George given next Thursday afternoon and City 985 Main 1134 evening at Thornsborry Grove. Tho Keenon, of Harrodsburg. The Labor Saver All kinds of amusement and delightful music all day. ladles of tho congregation announce Mlsa Doris Glynn, of Watertown. i that as a feature they will serve a r Iran i.in I, Gates open from 9 a. m. until 11 p. m. N. Y., has arrived here foj a visit splendid For the Housewife. chicken supper with plenty with Miss Evelyn Scales. of good country food on tho side. Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. My dear, my now Apex Washer la Mr. and Mrs. Baylees Kollar have To reach the grounds take Highland perfect. I'm so happy about it, 1 arrived at Petoskey and are located Park cars, via. Second street line. simply 'had to call you and tell you. at tho Harriman cottage. I started my great hlg washing at Miss Alice Whelan had as recent BENEFIT SOCIATi. nino o'clock, after tho children wore visitors Misses Edna Flaherty, Eva off to school, and here it Is only elevGllkey and Garret Hagan, of Bards- The annual social entertainment I en, and I'm through, my house is town. for the benefit of the Visitation clean and I'm roady to prepare lunchMr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bosler Homo for Girls, which it Is predicted eon for my kiddies. spent tho week-en- d visiting in Cin- will bo one of the really enjoyable THAT EYES HAY SI EE. "I know you are thinking of getcinnati and attonding the big races events ot tho summer season, will ting an Electric Washer that's why take place at Fontaine Ferry Park at Latonla. I called. I want you to get an APEX BETTER Miss Bertha Bartley has gone to noxt Thursday afternoon, and evenIt's wonderful, and I know it will ing. Manager Wilson and the park New Hope to spend the summer with make you just as happy as I am. officials will with the her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. la the aim of our graduate op Phone for free demonstration. Home committees in providing feaM. O'Bryan. tometrists. DOUWX-JLIAK- K W tures that will Interest and amuse (Miss Mayrne airs. W. J. Bush and Our prices nro reasonable. Finnegan left Saturday for Buffalo nil visitors to the Ferry. Our glasses "arVTOmfortablc. Memory Leaves The and New York to spend the remainOur work is guaranteed. NAZAKTn. der of the summer. .111 Guthrie Street. Consultation and ndvico free. Mrs. P. J. McNally and daughter, The second retreat for tho Sisters City 149G .INCORPORATED Main 3123 Miss Mary Helen McNally, have re- of Nazareth will close on tho feast KING OPTICAL CO. weeks' of St. Vincent de Paul, July 19. turned home after a LoV'SVILtiB. KENTUCKY. visit to Now York. Many of the Nazareth teachers, as is EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS. Also Makers of Oertels Dark and Oertels Light. Mrs. William Hammond and sons, the custom, are taking summer 1134 W. Market St Kenneth and Daniel, are spending courses at various universities, some Louisville, Ky. the summer months In South Bend, of the Sisters having received theirl HULL STEAMER PILGRIM STEEL Ind., and Michigan. degrees. Also each summer there Misses Clara Landes, Henrietta are several professora in different Two Trips Every Sunday. Dancing on Boat and nt Grove Falk and Frances Heverln returned subjects having classes at Nazareth Broadway New Albany Arrive Grove Portland this week from a several days' stay Academy. 10:45 a. m. 1st Boat leaves 9:00 a. m. 9:15 a. m. 9:30 a. m. wt Covington and Cincinnati. 3:30 p.m. 2nd Boat leaves 1:15 p. m. 1:45 p.m. 1:30 p.m. GLOBE TIRES - G KNIGHTS PROTEST. Col. and (Mrs. J. H. Haager have SECOND BOAT RETURNING LEAVES GROVE 4:30 P. M. City 11M. T returned from a two week's stay at MOONLIGHT EVERY SUNDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS Resolutions calling for adequate Dawson Springs, accompanied by Boat leaves Portland 8:00 p. m. Now Albany 8:15 p. m. EVERY SUNDAY 9 A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. Haager pay for public school teachers and their daughter, Mrs. Cordelia Returning 11:00 p. m. condemning any attempt nt federaliMoore. MOONLIGHT TRIPS passed Satzation 1600 Electric Light Dancing Steam. Callopo Jazz Orchestra J. Harold Johnson and bride, who urday of education were Columbus by the Knights of was Miss Alvena Spelth, now on a national educational convention at SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 81:15 P. M. For Information Western wedding trip, will be at Chicago. A greeting from France J. J. MARSHALL, 214 STATE STREET, NEW ALBANY, IND. Dancing Free Music by Myers and Howell's Union Orchestra. home at 646 Shipp street upon their was .received by the convention in a CUMB. PHONE 1051 HOME PHONE 1451-return. cable from Dr. Marcel Knecht, Misses Lillian Gouldlng, Carrie French High Commissioner to the LIT US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU . Hammer, iMolly "Wolnmann and Atyce United States, who la now in Paris. ! Busby, of New vAlbany, have returned "OL P. IMXSH. JR., Ylei Pn$. ikI Trus. U. J. BAMOM, PrwMwt Md HtHfK. from Cincinnati, where they spent CONSISTORY. V tMCtea. LKtww, Ptejv the Fourth of July. UaJMkM)K Jdrs. Neal Thornbury was given" a It is announced that a consistory W moat agreeable surprlso on Thursday will be hold soon. Tho Archbishop tar M , ar auk or aadltlea. 580 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFJOE afteraoonat her home on West Oak of Cologne will be created a CardiPhone City 6827 Main 1G76-- J street, when a number of her friends nal and also will two Austrian Bish Sewer aa Calvert Pipe, entertained dn her honor, ops. It is also samtnat a relish of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and Dealers Manufacturers NOW IS THB TIME FOR Baaesa's Pateat Lidded Flee for Steam Ceadaits. Mr. and Mrs. A. Brotzge announce Bishop will be raised to the dignity In Leather Goods STRAW HAT CLBANINO the engagement of their attractive of the Cardinalato. Wall Ceela, Drala Tilt, Vitrified BrlcM, LOUISVILLE KY. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY and accomplished daughter, Miss Avoid the rush by consulting us now Freeiag, Flee Lining, Fire Brie. Fire TRESS NEEDS. Irma Brotage, to Herman A. Hubor. Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chlmaey Tees. Tie Catholic press, that stands up 'PANAMA HAT CLEANING AND . SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION The wedding will take place August BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY for Catholic rights and prmts the 1L. 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. OFFICE Mn. William S. Craven, who has Catholic news, needs the help and GlJNN'S AND CONFECTIONERY BAKERY bean the Kuest ot her parents, Mr. support of all good Catholics and NATIONAL HAT GLEANING Z CUMB. MAIN 307. PHONES CITY r WOlKS and Mrs. Edward J, Bosler, for tho never more than at present when the WOnKd-Tkirteeproduction is eo high. Prompt pad BreekiBridge aad JHUth aaJ MagnU. 2 last two wweka, returned Tueeday cost of 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Albert Smith, Prop. PHyroeat of your 8Ubscritloa is a morulas to her home in ' .way to render, practical help. G33 W. MARKETJiST.. City 5161 Phone City 0574 good j-- Thornsbcrry Grove, Thursday, July $3&$8$S3S bthb reir GB . Courier-Journa- CORNS,BUNIONS COME AND SrEND THE DAY AT THE L. N. PEARLMAN'S sevpn-tent- hs iAft ORPHANS' DON'T FORGET THAT SOCIETY I HOOVER THE TUESDAY, JULY 20, GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. OF iit PURE MILK ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHANAGE iim Huron ASK YOUR GROCERS." Tafel Electric Co. EXCELLENT DINNER AND SUPPER 11 nm Apex Washing Machines r'mmismm 'immm' OERTEt Drink that DRINK rHi THD OBRTBI OO. a Pleasant Louisville Apex Co. tw' STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN GROVE ' NEW SUGAR GROVE) . KECO A J& x&k jr uliHirantNt(Hn TAYLOR TRUNK CO. P. BANN0N PIPE CO. 373-178- Btk 2J r aeee)eeeee)etBee)eee)eee? S k&Milhflhk&li 'W'iJBIW 'WI"""")!'ilfa()(jlj)IW,MIHl'HPi!it'll-t- fWHH l"1" "M' TyiHPtHwiinw lWmjHWIIf,'HfHg' TWi"il"WUH ii UPffm milium ; -- jiM m jnunnj KEaDTJOH:Y 'IRISH y JVXEIOLC. A NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE The Heart Is Cut From The Nickel MENS FURNISHINGS $408W.MARKET ST. INDIAN CAVE with seven mlleii of underground won-dand two routes make It the grand-e- 't.n,,..the hnown smaller caverns. Tnke the Clmrtcttoivn "Trollex." Intornrban Station. Third Street. Auto parties win find B6od roads all the way. Ca"ve open all tho time. Meals, refreshments, etc. Special ItateiH To rnrtles Of Ten Or or visit BBAirrnrta, xS J 8ason CIIAItMCSTOWN, HS'D. now open. New dlscoTeriM Modern Conveniences STAG Centrally Located More. The Leslie Apartments (Formerly Sixth and Court Plnco Write In dlnn Cave Co., IonLsTtllo, Ky. Phono Shiuvncc 1015. St Nicholas Hotel) Rooms $1 and Upward MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES For Real Ice Cream, and Sherbets CALX. KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phono City 305. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. CLEANING II H B H iBl B PENDBNNIS' Inc. DYEIN& CONFIDENT MEN AND MODERN wnjjiAjuu.o xvj DJuiw.rj JUUHX PARTICULAR We Call For And Deliver Your Suit PARKWAY Works 218 E. Market St. Special Bates on Large Orders. I UB SsssBBsssssBrRy fj"Q f?9 D0?ST5?r,PSR1CEX0ED PRESSING MA- - wuixi.. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Blake a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances In tho Elimination of Pain. SOUTHERN 4201 SOUTHERN xui DRY CLEANERS 651-- J Park 124; South I CLAUDE MILLER, Manager Park 124; South 651-- J J 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4593 TT. 608-51- 0 " Next Door to Dan Coben Shoe Store. ssWtJMMKMKmi exes BftHKKyKUrhrBi tested BSS&BMBMid&HVsm OLASSE8 BBBBBSwBBBBBBBBWSBBWiBSr'aBBl RING UP Phono City 4503 TOBACCONIST KjH9Jfl33 m E. Yann DairyJDo. Incorporated J. M. BUCKNER DR. JOHN FITTED BEST SERVICE BEASOZT- ABX.J3 Frankel Coal Co. Twelfth and Wilon City 2G10 WHOLESALE SOUTH WENZEL ST. FBX0E8 Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. O'LBARY A CO. 000 WEST MAIN STREET - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE P. BECKER south 273 Headquarters for CTTI AND FARM PROPERTY ge us about anything la real oeUter We sell, buy and rent. SO 4 W. JEFFERSON ST. Some Phone City 4464. BED POOLEY THEJERY BEST EPPINO'S SOFT DRINKS Home Phone, Shawnee 802 FOB MONHY. to those having regular Inloans HENRY GOSS comes or salary, with no publicity to housekeepers ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING r red tape. Loanssecurity. pn their personal Tin Hoots Repaired ana Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spccclalty F. B. POOLEY, Building, Beem 1, Courier-Journ2011 WEST BROADWAY 415 S. Fourth Street. GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN OO al Everywhere, in Cincinnati, Columbus, New Orleans, Birmingham, Atlanta, in hundreds of other cities and towns from coast to coast street car fares have been raised Higher costs made higher fares or receiverships certain Shall Louisville let its system starve on nvecent fare? Fair play suggests a higher fare OPTROMICTRIST. 315 Starks Bnildia. Tlii.d Fleer Fourth and Walnat PhoaoCity 1180 Good Coal Always Trading Stamps Given. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'nd 7413 PRICES THE LOWEST East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. 012-01- 4 Virj3W Incorporated FURNAS IOE CREAM I860 Undcrhill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager MKKT WIUNKY 0 0. X&corpo rated. A. Lazar, Manager 712 WEST BRECKINRIDGE QUALITY ICE CREAM ST. Money Advanced on Your 31ty PHONES:South DEAD ANIMALS CASH 2500 812 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phone City 267. Plain Hon j " . - JNO. P. MORTON & CO. PAH) INCORPORATED -- Louisville, Ky 721; Established 1820 Call Home Phone City Main 721. OFFICE OUTFITTERS Cumb. Phone STATIONERS IjOUISVILLB .RENDERING: CO. PRINTERS HIGHEST PRICES - . W. S. SPEED, Chairman. JOHN W. BARR, Jr , W. H. KAYE, Executive Committee. Ft jK? JRa ; CASH 1 Designs A Estimates Furnished or SIDNETS 308 W. JeCer Mfl St. LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of Work for PIPE WORKS DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pine i JE7aWIi3SSB;rtgl H,M1 IIIAMIIMI- - ?jMHsflslin HEATING & VENTILATING 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. fCAMBLY BROS. SHOE 6T0RBS PARRAKEET Mineralwater & GroceryjCompany Incorporated An KlnJ.8 of Footwear For Whole Family IPwo HAMBLY'B Btoree MtA and Portland. jjHH and Magazine tie the MoperN way CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. mjuioviuLiia, ax. H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE NATIONAL HATTERS 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREinj Shaw. 1716 B- - City 7164 FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 node J Groras! and Hops!.. finom Choicerfr 40C-7-- FIIANK T. MARION, Mgr. 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDGf-- . DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELrVBR Home Phone, City 1931 Mark . A. JCrapp Home Phone, City 7006 Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MBNTH WITH TH Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, f :: We Specialize in Ladies Suits,;; p NEILL-L- KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET x.amb TBEsr, All Xlndi of Smoked Meats 203 EAST JEFFERSON STREET Incorporated WeU-taoOttilias Was OrfanUed by Make to O A V8 Oa Paraltore and Other Porsoaal Property at k BOWEST SATES COLEMAN BUILDING B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON S. Both Phones 2880 w rosr, veai ak Wholesale and Retail South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvChho oipareL Feathers and Mens Wearing Ap AUTO WILL CALL VIELLE SUPPLY CO. A Ssj, J. Pres. Jacobs, goo. and Xtmu. L. GRAUMAN & CO. t Incorporated O. INCORPORATED EOPUI'S PBOVrDEWT ABSOOIATlOR H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 A? Zi KIPAR ?niITW . Ynil A? YOUR PHONE . I I QUAlirrY JVI SERVIOR I ....4)4)0et 9999Q9VVvv9VVvVwV,vvvvirrrr'!VM -- ;;; .. 5 - MILL AND in Ail Dalr nstw... jtinaa , of Jh Store Bar O Bhelrtaff, ato. 610 WEST JtADT jSJVjS? FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK FACTORY SUPPLIES O - OR CITY t i Home Phone, City ISIS BnuOR We Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubher and Paper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. 001.008 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone, City 110 a LOUISVILLE Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop Home Phone City 3236 600 given toy . J BRO-eVDWA.'S- rr Some Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers In WALL PAPER AND RU(3cS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., 1130-112- What is the best? If you stay sick, you get tired of life. You should not give up for the best remedy is NATUROPATH CUMB. PHONE, A. LOSE EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR UP-STAI- RS ' in every agmebdk a sraite - - - - KENTUCKY west 866 FOURTH 'AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until O P. M. City 86 G Oscar Farmer & Sons 123 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. 834 East Market Street MAIN 2481 . Wonderful results. All questions answered "without charge. Botto Pfconea 2241 ' C. J. SCHNEIDER, STORE City Elevator and Warehouse nay, urain and reeds The Homo of "Quality Feeds' - 1oW9U,Kt.' rMsbrlrMlUoirsM CM Mante taut iat 8 WEST MARKET ST. Whallen Building, 322 Weit Jefferson Street AAAAAAAAAAA;AAAtrAAAAAA-srAiAAiAir""- "' r " K JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURB MOVING AND PACKING gb&wnee 1986 JR, Xaamfrr 630 South Twenty-8tx- M West M. lfl LONG DISTANOB HAULING SCHNEIDER'S MEAT MARKET aororaY as rra khbcxaxts: FTFTH STRHST 4B6 s ; -- SOUTH LOUI8VILLB ...-- . KBNTS7CKT ( For tho sick nnd those whe uurse the sick lies In tho fact that juu M.UUW mis AVllO uiouicino prescriDcu oy your uoctor is prepared by druetrlsta conscIentlmiHlv rnmnniinil iirAsnrlntlnrta. helnp specialists In their vork. GREAT CONSOLATION t 'wrrrrrrnnrsrrrrrrrrw wtriw"-- . ? ! in every Swallow Order A Case Sent Home BpetAtr WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. PLASTERER BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Camb. S. 164 VAULT CLEANING 811 REALTY BUDLDINa Home Phone, City 2164 ; . City U69. L. rDirector, and Embalmer BXX Funeral TJ. B. CHB6TNUT utta asie--v t. Phono us any hour of tho day or night. We will call for ' ,: and deliver your wants. nmn IMCoG&rEKT City 355-3- 37 3LK1XJ t SECOND AHD CHESTNUT Day and Night Service &1OJaI! l Main 9102 Utht or Dark. CALIi Maui 467 w gjfjjS wamnmjMi GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL.- - VmW CoftstuRMsCe. Incorporated S. SMITH, PROP. 717-71- 9 LOUI8VILLS, KS Loulsvilld, Ky. THOMAS KEEN AN" 1529 WEST MARKET STREET "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A Funeral Director and Embalmer Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated Variety of BOTH PHONBS 810. s i THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY isssssHBbssss Ha lSmr Ii 1 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, 1 liBHr"-- " not t J VVWVWWVW'VVWWWVWV CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871. 21 SOUTH FDTTn STREET EXOETiLTJNT'OOPPBB Dishes, Pastry, Homo'Mado Plos, Cakes, Meats 99:ffi'H'i-i"l"VtfVt i! J. . I r a rrfci- nrvn, l. DAKKC l&etmi: JSX&lrx IIS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &-hr9&is. rwm ZUrS2 :1 I i l'ltUIKH In Middle of Square Itl.lAKdlVAllT.TT! ... 081 SOUTn FOURTH RTRFET Near Broadway 4 A !" t ! nnnimm DOnmon Mll7i.lnjL 0avviU( VVyyyvyYVYVVVYYYyYVyYYYYYVVyVVVYVVYVVVVVyVVVVVYVyVYyx k CONFIRMATION CHILDREN Bpsoz&xt orrxK out txib out eoHpon to oar staalo aaa we will auike yom i'ia 4x DOUGHERTY & McEMOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, MADE SHOES Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock 0 LUTE LINETOF UNION rt&ff W vWV &ata .lr m hotos lal t Funeral Directors and Embalmers Heme City 399S t ' pries Me wltbost M1AA1VlAVWWSVl KY. yV.V.Vyy.VyVVyVyyyyYy.VyyyVyyyy,yyj)(yyyyyyyyVyyyyyyyyi 'jlGHTBMMTg AND MAPLE bto W. MARKWX ST. a. oobbob. jr. SUrexura, nteteffrLpaec LOUIISVILLB, Spalding Shoe Co. t BOTH IHCOJVBJ. Cumb. Ifinmu,! alaia 200Sa ,, ' "'f"('lIHttlllH tf i 1111 Ml H-- l jssrxvooicY irish OF ' AJsan&y&xoAJs:. SWI5S CLEANING J.BSEEaffl MEN'S SUITS W Olve and Redeem Surety Coupens. . j I HERMAN STRAUS gwwgvgg X I pouhth SONS Avenue market snwer (1j j j We QIv and Retfeara Odd Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW AB0U7 OUR WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed CONFIRMATION v. HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN A x The oatstaadlag ? jj Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred SWISS CLEANERS INCORPORATED AND DYERS I j; I! Payments features of this method are tta coHTcnlonce la Biaktng purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying oa the Club Flan daring oar Tarloos sales AX SAIiH FRIGES. WhateTer Is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. Xhoro la posltrroly ao adranco. There aro no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon aa open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are tho same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS il NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT ! $13.50 - $18.00 White Shirts and Blouses To Go With Confirmation Suite, i ! I I! $1.00 Industrial Peace ' $1.25 $1,501 1 l4tttt1tttftttutTfJtt'rttl''AA'fta , THE BEST RESOLUTION II '.I I 4 b A house divided against itself can not stand. D Vicious-minde- d ' agitators have, for five years; been intensely active in promoting discord between Employer and Employe. eeeetee8)ea9a) Both Phones 1323 New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' 1 First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Auto Delivery ll !i li The belt resolution, indeed the enly good resolution that you can make, is the one that has the word NOW in it. The resolution that is to BEGIN NEXT WEEK is the kind of resolution that paves the way to failure. Begin now to save your money, and save it in the only rational way, by depositing it with this company, where it can draw interest. Columbia Building .., 1--- Agitators who never did an honest day's work in their lives have posed as the workman's friend? have sought to poison his mind with a misrepre- sentation of facts; have insidiously tried to create suspicion, distrust and antagonism between Production and Management and in many cases have gotten away with it. But America is" waking up proving the trutK of the old axiom that you can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time. esskbssssb ksu. i;SEkEb aSE&Ef'&AlBEsr aaaajaya.'PKBaHar JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAItKLET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Baking Powdor Coffcolb Tea, lb Coco, lb 80cto$1.25 30o to 40c to COfi Extract, partube Pie FUllngr COo Egff Mitt (20 eggs for 25) 40e 30e 25 20e LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tht people of Louisillo at this safe, conservative bank. 'More than j : ? Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. it. nu..i Fourth and Mam. fAmnann In ti ftnltttt. In America we are fortunate beyond all other, nations in the character and skill of our people, and in Louisville we are .fortunate beyond nearly all of our citizen- other cities in the ship. It is difficult to mislead, with lies and deceit . : a jnah with brains who does his own thinking. And it is easy for such a man to see through the evil purposes of the professional Radical Trouble-Maker- s who have in the last few years repeatedly misled groups of Unionized Labor into unprofitable ventures. In Louisville Industries and in those of other, cities where sensible men have steadfastly refused to be hoodwinked where they have steadily produced and received while the misguided ones clashed and lost the morale is higher today than level-headedne- ss - UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND 80M88jB SMOKERS CIGARS ATTENTION TOBACCO 1 CIGARETTES High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. CHESTERFIED CAMELS PIEDBIONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thlrty-ffv- o LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CAPORAIi $1.70 Per Carton. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE fv- 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. 888)S88488ji Preston anil Jefferson 213 "West Jefferson a ZVo-w- E INCORPORATED TOBACCO STORES ! - BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Open For Business MONCRIEF FURNACES Answer to Your Homo Ilcatins Problem. ever before. (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. ALL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. THE WORLD'S BEST i jKekS0K Burns the Cheapest Coal, "Wood or Natural Gas. nATif.. COSil HO r. V. aiivea HjUjP 'j more thano? - unv ciass nn fuel. And iuuhccb. otner nrsc 1-1 "With a Five Year Guarantee. The creation of Eight Relations between employe and employer, to effect in each a clearer understanding of the other's difficulties, to the end for their that there may exist a closer mutual welfare, is the nation's most important duty today. . , AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER 8-3EO- Olty IH02V:E& JVIcilxx 1049 BUY NOW. PAY LATER. Men are Square and Want to be Fair. 2Tfc "OjtenShoiT is Fair and Square. Incorporated. r , CO. MONCRIEF FURNACEvrZtOWVr INCORPORATED. EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF LOUISVILLE For Right IV Between Kaqplsycr Main 2382 521 WEST MARKET STREET. J Employe Main "1 City 9384 ' &- - FRED G. JONES INCORPORATED & CO. II V "- - j i" X awhfrscmX 1813 HAS 11, DOORS, LUMBER LUMBER iHCOJWOfiATtrD JS. BrookandASts. BUILDING MATERIAL 2Pml BLINDS AND MILTWORK. Louisville, Ky. ' MILL WORK Doors Sash VvUBEOarlwif w amtUflifl Byrne I Speed Coal Corporation FRED ERHART INOORTORA.TBD ALL LUMBER UNDER SOIW " WVWi.mwfiaWMS 418 to 490 "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." 315 Guthrie Street. T. ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Corner Fourth and Jefferson GALL US FOR BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER Sreoklariajej Braaoh Yer4 and Hwttch, oM ft Bt. Cat. Both Phones 315. N. W. (WHAT OTHERS BRAZING THINK IMPOSSEBE WE DO ALSO EXPERT WELDING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE AND J. MORROW, Manager. J. J. McTIGHE, Asst. Mgr. One Board or One Million Feet EJMCI3RLY IXJMBER CO. 12. City Sixteenth and Maple Sis. Phone West and GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING We Tailor Your Coat, Dress or Skirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY THE AUTO HOSPITAL TWENTY-SECOND Oil and Grease Where the QuicK Meal Comes In FOR ALL PURPOSES Keatacky Coasuaters Oil Company -Kentucky Louisville MONDAYS ONLY PRESSED LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S SUITS DRY CLEANED, Day Call Shawnee 3078 HARVEY-JELL1C- AND MAPLE STREETS x Night Call South 3017 H. E. WARD COMPANY INCOnPORAOTO 868 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUES LADIES 0 (XHCOKPOXA1 COAL CO. Cal and the Service. TAILORS Faoaes 85MS, Mala or City ENTERTAINMENTS PRIVATE PICNICS ROTE'S (Formsrly Stowsr's Grovs) v pX2o Waera tke brightest Where the work I lightest; Where tke meal is cooked beet; Where the raage staada Where work U dose; Where eooktag e real faat the test That's I where "Qalek the Meal" eomes Er Where bklag glree light; Where dradge b eat sight where That's "Qotek Meal1 Tht Company With the B4fr FhMM Yard located, at JPifteeath and:Magnolia. Yard at First aad A. Ymri d Vtarator, Tmps and Payne Streets. rtAUl ard. la the Beantlfal Park oa Lincoln Highway . STOWBR'S STATION, EIGHTEENTH 'STEEET R0AD Fw "Jtagegeweirtti Call GROTWS, 418 West Jeffersea St. .. FbWM-C- ity 8042 aad Mala i2 , DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKBT , City 6443; Mala 2434 IPalle City Gfeaaers aad Dyers 'HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, Qalek Meal Gaa'Raaiea Sold, laetallea aail I2iBhIr KeeemmeaJee' QEHER & SON, W;t MARKET 3T