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W'5-- ..tjgjr '. f-.- .l1"'. i- 52,' ." ,'Vi- .' j5L MWow ". .u. - ny-w.vny id - & : saf'.;,&.f ,," -i- e- s" - 11 ' ' , f. ,' '"i-X' k "' I j tal 1 -w 1 ywjarra VI km ka9 F W r .SKA.6D"VrACB Ifflf IRK timilE 8. 1 iia ft W. Market St. Mule 432 imtmt, 3a 4. Ky. Kentucky Irish American NO. 3. Is PH6HE: HOME M MMN lolliTafcSTfwfK Incorporated Krery Drirer an Escort VOLUME XLV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. . house raided during tho Easter holi"busted " under the reform crowd's days. The eoldlers wero found .to become of that reign, but, what ,has havo forced the front door, oarched an, $96,388 (tkat Wewere being saved tho houso and left by tho back door, nually? Soma one page Sherlock , not for a gold watoh, Holmes or Night Chief Laird to solve a bracelet and a small clock were this, mystery. Those solving the taken. he given a life size portrait On the same night another lady, Lack of Suitable Housing Accommo- THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL. Ed" Morrow surrounded Running Mato Frighten Bosses And Mrs. Humphreys, of No. 14 Herbert dations For Catholic Girls Is by the crew whom iho "wiahed" on anlrHardlng's Porch. Campaign Park, whose eon was subjected, to ' the- race track managements this '" cruel and causeless arrest, found that Revealed. ' year. Discontinued. a valuable diamond and sapphire Two weeks ago we called attention ring had been stolon from her dressto the fact that Patrolman Pounds ing table. as he alleged, was "fired" 'because, Listen next to three extraordinary National Couniil of Catholir Women negro poliChairman Ches Searcy Begins State Harvey Burns, tho coloredundertaker, cases, in all of which tho victims' are ' tician and Official city Works to Relieve Present absolutely unconnected with politics. ffaampalgn and Kcystoners First complained of the 'raiding of a crap f They illuminate Mr. Macpherson's . Conditions game. It was further charged that $h . Victims. favorite formula that Burns was arrested in tho raid and persons have nothing to fear In Ireajipeeared in Polioe Court under the land. name of Luke Jones. Prosecutor Miss Hickey is a school teacher liv- Visitation Homo nnd Sisters never denied or affirmed tho of Mcrcy ing at No. 1 5 Tlvoll terrace, KingsUnsolved Mystery Where $220,000, Lucas of Burns' story trial and the gambCnro For Many Working" town, with hor sister, Mrs. Longmore, ling raid. But Paul Burlingamo of City's Funds "Went in Two whose: husband is in the Government Girfg. ' camo out dn a ": '" Mr. Cooko an elderly genYears. service. denying that statement a, Unionist, also lodged tleman and Burns had anything to do with the in tho house. A Castle spy had ap"firing" of Pounds and intimated that parently told somo fantastic story SEEKING EXTENSIVE his Board didn't even know the colQUARTERS about Mr. Longmore's being addicted BURGLARS KEAP A HARVEST. ored politician. Attention was called to "drilling" on his brief periods of to tho fact that Ilarvcy Burns was leave. Hence the raid at 1:10 a. m tho official city undertaker under Mr. Longmore being absent at Birkjurisdiction of tho Board of Safety Pl0raW k 0t BU'tablG enhead. ""slng accommodations for the handled colored and It Whilo revolvers covered Miss Catholic girl compelled nomlnoes for Beemsho.that that statement bodies. exThe .Democratic wasn't to seek em- Hickey the raiders entered the house President "and 'Vice President have actly correct, as tho body of Selbort and mado an exhaustive search for viyjiiitmi m ciues wnere she has no started on aggressive campaign that Proctor, Uio suicluo barber, A rriends or relatives has been disclosfour hours floors torn up, garden ed by a preliminary survey of..seems to havo swept the Republicans WHITE MAN, was turned ovcrto this dug up. Her cross- - examination was off their ifeot, and the determination Burns, tho colored undertaker, by ? by the grotesque, If' it were not scandalous- Catholic 'Women. National Council of of Gov. Cox and his running mate, either the Coroner or police last y According to the ly insulting, when the party de- report, fifty-fiv-e Mr. Roosevelt, to tour the country afternoon. boarding camped, leaving Miss Hickey faint homes out of a Catholic elghty-ninhas forced a change In the policy of o total Well, It was a Tegular carnival for with fatigue and cold. They took havo been compelled ofto tho G. O. P. It was originally In- the army of burglars, crooks and establish along i? 18 In cash, a ring, a bangle waiting lists because of, inability tended to just allow the Reopublican holdup men In our midst, and judg to and a chain, all of gold; a dinner-knif- accommodate girls. Tho survey innominee to drift along, this decision ing from the robberies and burglar six collars and tobacco and cig- cludes reports from sixty-tw- o beeing arrived at by Boss Penrose ies this week a record was made in of arettes, a bottle of whiskoy and some 271 cities in the United States tho 'and tho little group of old fossilized the Burglars' League. And Just cheese and apples were "consumed Population of more than Senators who control the Republin think how many were suppressed by on the premises." 25,000 and shows that 5.754 glrla party. Harding would sit on the tlio omciai police censor. iLSUt epeaK-in- g Mrs. Salkeld, who is a widow were boing accommodated porch at home with a big palm leaf in tho of records, there seoms to be wholly unconnected with politics, liv- eighty-nin- e houses. fan and the bosses with the big cor- some Jealousy cropping out among ing In a flat at Cullenswood House, New York State, with twenty-fou- r poration boodle would Just waft him the gay robbing bands. It was cited Rathmines, has been raided four houses, heads the list, accommodat- Ccrtain'defeat stared Beckham in the face, and if the Democratic Into office. This was agreed on aft- last week that the Quaker Maid gro betimes in two months, apparently Blrl3, er Harding was chosen as the nomi- ceries had been robbed sixty-foHu 1,3.i Massachusetts, leaders can not persuade him to step aside his candidacy spells dancause eome suspected person resided w'tn nll,e houses, accommodates nee, the fossil Senators figuring that times in two years. Stung by this ger for Gov. Cox and every Congressional nominee. in the same block of flats. On the 564. Ohio has seven houses, with cry and McAdoo growing record the burglars who rob with an second occasion she lost fish knives accommodations for 479, and Pennas the nominee they would have no the Goldstein-Moseso- n store regular and forks and small valuables worth sylvania four houses with accommo--datlotrouble In November. But tho nomi- ly made another haul there Sunday $25, and at the fourth raid, which for 454. Ten of the houses nation of the sterling and aggressive uignt, making their batting average lasted eight hours, her boy, aged fif- are conducted under the auspices of Ohlo Governor knocked their plans a total of e times In three teen, wa3 arrested, incredible as It the. National Council of Catholic into a cocked hat, and It Is a certain- years. Thus you seo keen competiWomen, Including three In Washingmay seem. ty that, if tho hosses could choose tion Is on. Hero's another official Lastly, the case of Signor Slmonet-t- i, ton. Twenty-seve- n States and the again Johnson or eome stronger man document as they say: The Louisan Italian professor of music at District of Columbia aro represented would be In the field against Gov. ville National Banking Company, of in the survey, which points out conthe Irish Academy, renting a furCox. Three months ago a Fifth and Market, ran an advertisemont has urged the Knights of nished house fit No. 5 Leoson Park clusively tho necessity of immediate can President seemed a certainty but ment in the dally papers this week women in Columbus not to include avenue from Anthony Mackay, who action to care for tho Catholic girl that Is not the case now, Cox draw- saying: "The extreme activity of their .pilgrimage. Honco there will owns to tho crime of believing in and young woman who aro friending first Mood by breaking up the 'yeggmen and safo robbers tho past bo no women in tha party that Innocently less and homeless in large cities. independence. Irish porch campaign and now ho has the week prompts tins old national bank leaves in August for the (presentaIt has already been suggested that enough tho professor took Unto to Republican bosses on the run. to extend its banking hours on Sat put on some clothes before answer a chain of national community The fright of tho (Republicans Is urday nights for your benefit and : tion of the statuo of Lafayette, by -- ' Paul Bartlett; which tho Knights ing tho knock. Crash went his door houses, with accommodations re ..reflected in Kentucky. Stat Chair- protection." Travel in Franco IniposslbloFjor are giving to tho French Govern- Towns nro Being Sacked and Women with crowbars. After the raid, which working, girls bo established by the man Ches Searcy has already soundNo, dear xeador, Chief Petty ment. The statuo Is, to bo erected terrified his ohildren Into screaming, council and that each house be given Bobbed by Police and ed the battle cry for tho G. O. P., not have this adv. reprinted in will Girls, Snys Experienced Amer his at Metz at a' cost of $50,000. he missed a wrist watoh, the contents a uniform name so that a working the cry being for tho State, county Police Bulletin. In all thfe carnival girl arriving in a stranrn nltv win , Soldiers. "Tho French are very enthusiastic ican Worker. of a purse, eome cKv employes to couch np, Chcs of robberies and crlmee the Jolly over this, atiiytc," said Miss.CalUv. somo. articles of oloihjng., bp able to locate it, without diffl- MJ(rv -. Kajwfcnf'ip6llc&; consisting: of exban-one of the "On The "night of September" 8 last cities, it Is' pointed out;K hotels' most . ardent admirers of the proBtreet car boys, don't bother making town Here Jn Louisville tho poor old Key posts any more, but have eomo "hum ject. Feeling in Franco toward Even Personal Jewelry and Money tlio small garrisonsacked of Fermoy aro crowded and, moreoveaTfin these by a large tho living was methodically stone police and "hick" firemen have dinger" checker games, by gosh, in Government Urges Knights Not toJ America is much hotter now general costs are high. Private body of soldiers armed with crowboon notified to put up ?25 each for the station houses at night. aro Taken by tho Officer- ly than It was six months ago families Include Women in Pilgrlmago in bars, trench tools, etc., the principal to room aro averse to taking In girls of Harding, this ?25 to the election Rome," she said, "the Popo will enor board. They aro too Led Troops. shops and business premises being much to Europe. bo paid in four Installments of $6.26 tertain the K. of C. pilgrims and the troublo, it Is claimed. Men more or lesswrecked, and the con- boarders are preferred. Republican Campaign Com- FEDERAL BUREAU ADVOCATED. each, the Vatican choirs sing for them before The conser tents In some cases strewed about tho quence Is that during the past mittee collecting this amount now. d the choirs leave Romo for thoir few A bill to provide a National Emstreets or looted. The work met with years four or flvo glrla havo very Attention, Mr. Near Mayor, Paul American tour." Jos. Selligman, Lewis John- ployment Bureau in tho Department French Arc Very Enthusiastic Over Miss Callahan stated that Ameri- Chronicles of Erskino Guilders, War no interference from 6:30 to 10 p. often been forced to crowd Into a m though tho barracks wero close small room and on occasions son, of the Board of Safety, and Helm of Labor was introduced in the last can visitors to the number of 100 a Historian Decorated With tho Lafnyctto Statue For at hand. Tho regiment which have been compelled to go from girls Bruce, Dr. Lockhart, Henry Johnson, session of Congress by John I. Nolan, day wero visiting the Knights of s; O. Metz. D. wrecked Fermoy should have been to door seeking shelter and, door of tho Men's Federation, nil of whom of San Francisco. By tho terms of Columbus Bureau in Paris and wore transferred from Ireland. It was finding It, have been compelled not say they are opposed to political as- tho bill a national employment receiving assistance to reach Ameri to moved to Cork, where political feel- spend the night in the station. They . sessment of city employes. Maybe agency will be established and can1 cemeteries. ing was intense, and on November aro frequently the victims of extor Paul, Joe and Lewis, of the Board of between the national bureau t t ORPHAN SOCIETY PICNIC. Safety, don't know that Ches and his and such State bureaus as comply SPECIAL CEREMONIES AT ROME. AMENS ARE NOT YET DIMUNE. 10, with no special provocation, tionate anu thieving landlords and again rioted, smashing shop windows landladies. These girls run grave ore assessing the police with the regulations of the national associates Maybo bureau Is provided. The Postofflce over' a wide area and wrecking and moral risks getting into unknown and firemen $25 jer head. Tho big outdoor event of tho comlooting tho Shandon Company's and unrecommended houses, someing week will be the midsummer outthey don't, and tills tip from tho Ken- Department of tho Government Is ditucky Irish American will surpriso rected to use tho postal system and Writing from London, Erskino premises. At Klnsale and, Athlono times housea of more than question"No matter how great tho wander- ing and picnic of the St Joseph Orable character. these threo oxpopts of reform ad- the postal employes wherever prac- lust may bo crying out in you this phan Society, to bo held next Tues Chllders, Lieutenant Commander .similar events occurred. ministration. Ygnnybc. But the ticable, to assist in the omploymelt summer to pack your wardrobe day on the beautiful grounds of the' British Royal May Rosorves, decoraNational Catholic Welfaro Council surveys among 33,021 girls and woSOLDIER FUNERAL. Stato Republican mpaign fund twill service. To keep the employment trunk or oilcloth week-en- d bag or Orphan Home on Frankfort avenue, ted with the D. S. O., and also war men employed in factories and stores need the money badly this year, as service from becoming a Btraw suitcase, or whatever It Is Crescent Hill. For weeks past PresiEnglish Jefferson Post, American Legion, In St. Louis, Milwaukee, Columbus Tobe doesn't etand in so well with agency there is included In the that you carry about with you when dent John Tobo and committees historian,andthus describesnow being brutality as misrule Harding's managers and will not he bill a provision ordering that those Journeying away from tho home, headed by Henry Bosso, John Ecken, Inflicted upon tho people of Ireland: and other organisations are expected and Detroit show that moro than to take part in funeral services for 12 ,per cent, of them are living, able to got a big (barrel from the Na- seeking employment shall be in- don't pack it with Franco as your Joseph Otte and others have been Looting by soldiers and police in whose body J. tional Committee. formed of industrial disputes. ultlmato destination. That is, don't busy with preparations for tills an- Ireland grew out of wanton sabotage, Corp. Frank tr Cassln, In T.rit tcitHlLrb away from home. In many occupaottir tions- tho percentage Is higher. Louisville citizens, especially those A national employment bureau do so if you are a woman. In If you nual benefit for tho St. Josoph Or- and, both grew out of the procedure fa cnVio1 nlarl Thlg w, bo 19'IG, for example, 32 per cent, of k the ,aRt. of tho who supported Smith, must jhave helping directly as an employment do you'll come back a sadder and phanage, and they predict It will sur- - me rirst uouy oi a L,ouisviue man the women restaurant n ui7i,i proud (?) of our near agency and working with the State wiser member of tho sex." pass any In the history of the insti- war. I did not fully understand this workers In been awful kl)le(1 m tho world War to bo Massachusetts wero found to ba Mayor, when they read his statement bureaus ehould be of great help in This Is a bit of warning that Miss tution, which is a credit to Louisville I was able to observe for my- - tnrnpri i,nmv Hnnrv R. fin- - living away from homo. on tho car fare question the other remedying industrial and employ- Mabel Callahan brings back from and deserves the support of all classof- goo North Thirty-fourt- h behavior street. The Catholic Women's Association morning. Naturally they expected ment conditions. An additional fea- France. With her recent return on es. Many handsome booths will self the attitudeand uquse anu of maae received word from tho Quartermas-themselve- s of Cincinnati already has taken a ticers wno rameu my that a Chief Executive would he ture of tho bill, serving to strength- the French lino steamship Lafaydtto, adorn the grounds, where a fine lot at home there,. Just as If ' ter Goneral that the body was decisive stop to provide Quartern fnn right In the thick of the controversy en tho State bureaus, allows the na- after having spent flvo months of ihandsomo and useful articles will wero In a pected watching out for the taxpayers' in- tional bureau to contribute to tho abroad engaged in secretarial work be disposed of. Again this year the enemy trench. section of a captured July 18,to arrive In the United States tho working girl. Plans have been together and that it would be sent to mauo ror a unique "downtown hotel terests. But In an interview Smithy State bureaus a sum equal to tho for the forthcoming Knights of Co- usual bounteous meeals will be pro- with other abuses,Looting, facilitated y for business women, Is also Louisville immediately on its which will insaid: "Let them' and, tho Council amount appropriated and spent by lumbus pilgrimage to Europe, Miss vided and numerous attractions will tho common practice of confining rival in this country. Corporal clude club rooms for organization Callahan Is the last Knights of Co- be In evidence, those that please the wrangle, I will not butt in. They the individual state. apart, even 'ladlos living eln died of ipnoumonia two years ago meetings, an auditorium seating took tlio load off my shoulders. I During the war the employment lumbus girl worker to return from young as well as the older person. infant children, while j at Kerhoun, France. He was twenty about 400, a restaurant, swimming will wait serenely until tho proposi- service of tho Federal Government abroad. While there Miss Callanan The Orphan Society has left nothing alpno with ore I select years old, and a member of Com pool and gymnasium, aa well oa searched. traveling and undone for the success of this event their rooms conBiderablo tion comes to me;" in other words, did an immense amount of work in did pany C, long domestic our near Mayor Is peeved ibJfcause showing imen whero work could be knows of the difficulties whereof and expect a record breaking attend- from a dato, list nine Dublin cases of sln said 468th Engineers. Mrs. Cas- sowing andeducational science classes Tuesday night that sho ex- and other all verified by written work. Company offioialswont found and in supplying industrial es- - she speaks. In addition to her ance. Extra cars will bo run on the recent the Railway in- pected tho funeral, which is to be Hero in Louisville tho Visitation statements obtained after careful work sho did to the Council, and he is not going' UllillOUUUCUlO llilU iUlUUOU Knights of ColumbusMarcel Knecht, Walnut and Orescent Hill lino both quiry. Willi Mary Magdalene Home and the Sisters of Mercy havo hold at the St. to ilay any more. Just going to amount of labor. The Institution of secretarial work for day and night and stop at the main Dr. Kathleen. Lynn lives (and church, Brook and College streets, cared for many young women for take his doll rags, or rather nls golf such a eorvico as a permanent insti Director of tho French Information entrance to the picnic grounds. practises) at No. 9 Bolgrave road, to 'bo partly military. Besides the years past with tho most satisfactory sticks, and go home. Thus tho street tution thas been recommended by a Bureau of America. Previous to with her friend, Miss Mullen, and a American Legion, the War Mothers, results, until now a new car raise is Jeft to Councilman Nick great many organizations and indi sailing for France with Mr. Knecht RELIGIOUS AMITY. PRAISES Alumni Association of St. home Is needed. This will bp reallf the maid, three women in all. She his Denunzio and his viduals. Among others tho Ameri- she was connected with yearoffices In wap out attending a case of sick- Xaviers College and soldiers from ized as sopn as the to and a and as Nick Is a budding aspirant for can Federation of Labor and tho As- New York City for tho autumn given by councils of the ness when at 1:30 a. m. on February LCamp Zachary Taylor aro expected the recent'drivo havo subscription? Aid paid their subhis return Sheriff next year his friends say that sociation for Labor Legislation have half. On resume her induties under Knights of Columbus to the Ameri- 28 last tho soldiers oharged in, re- to take part. scriptions, which will enable the he Is going to do ihls "durndest" advocated a Federal employment she will can Jewish Relief Committee has fusing good Sisters to secure a larger and time to dress. Miss him. fighting the Street Car (Company. acknowledged by Nathan Mullen, her friend of strong protests, been Bervice. CENTER SQCTAL. moro commodious building in favorIn spito "It is tho red tape and tho train Straus, the n philanthropwant to submit a mystery to We The Bishop's programme of social able quarters. Then Louisville will" Kentucky Irish reconstruction said that though tho Bervice that will prove so devastat ist, In a lotter received by Supreme and the maid wero both kept Isolated the readers of the Tho first of a series of entertain- boast of one of the finest housea in was ing to tho woman in under guard American and every taxpayer should problem of unemployment Is with us France this summer," traveler said, Secretary William J. McGinloy, of searched. Dr. whilo ithe house find ments by tho Floyd County Catholic tho entire country. Tho local fund, Lynn returned to sho Intry and eolvoho puzzle, as it always and though many agencies the K. of O. Mr. Straus' letter disgraceful disorder and the follow- Community Center at New Albany for this purpose has already reached discussing traveling conditions reads: volves $86,388 of tho taxpayers and methods will havo to be used tto in was given on the Y. M. I, club house nearly ?150.0QO, which doubtlde d abroad. "Oh, that red tape!" and "May I take this opportunity to ing articles mislng: A funds. We first quote from the solve the problem, "the primary and she mado a llttlo grimace that deemptied, cigarettes lawn Friday night. Those who par- - will be added to when'tha new site box of express to the Knights of Columbus Louisville Herald of December 17, indispensable instrument is a nationfrom, her brunette bottle in tlclpated were Missea Mary Smith, has been decided upon. al system of labor exchanges, acting tracted not at all Callahan says that tho profound appreciation of myself taken, caso and an embroidered lace Helenv Morltz, Hilda Dettlinger, Rose 1917: prottlnesa. Miss velvet my associates on our American Muiloy, Kathryn Normally. Dorothy "An additional saving of $10,000 in harmony with State, municipal, THANKS FOR BATON, red tape and in Franco Commltteo for tho collar stolen. This may bo called a Morltz, Lucille Bir, Elsie Heckol and a year, effected by economies ln tho and private employment bureaus." everywhere to take tho tho heart out of Jewish Relief and Is enbugh mild case of hungry soldiers pilfer- Loulso Wagner, and Messrs. Carl humanitarian broadmlnded organization of tho ncalth DepartThrough ambiany no matter of you so gener ing and curio hunting. Four Enslinger, Robert Stein, Normari the French Dr. Marcel Knecht,now ment, has brought tho total annual DUBLIN POSTOFFIOE RATOED. tious traveler, she may bo. how High Fines for spirit which prompted am or our hp or were present. ously to come to the Richie, Edmund Scharf, Boholm Bir, in Paris, Marshal Commission, Foch saviBg to taxpayers of $80,388." the various observe Mrs. Lynch, of Richmond road, Frank. Zurechmelde In my opinion, one Qf and Brown has sent his thanks,Ferdinand Fifty mon raided tho general Post-- failure to regulations all heavy. The movement. According to the statement oi uie to are deposes tho most Inspiring of tho spiritual raided on March 5 last, purses, to brothers quartette. Tho next' event of Columbus on hearing tho Knights 17, l?fc17, the office in Dublin Thursday morning rules and Herald on December many rallrpad strikes on the conof the gift and of tho series will bo a community of the war Is the now the loss of $28 from two being saved' by our and carried off all letters directed to tinent add greatly to traveling comtaxpayers were baton solidarity of the various creeds in two ladles living at Park avenue, picnic at Glenwood Park on July 21. of a Jeweled tho IC which ho will re"reform" administration the sum of Dublin Castle, the vice regal lodgo, plications, according to Miss Callaceive when of C pilgrimage America, who havo learnea to worK Sandymount, to tho itlheft of a silver $86,383 EACH YEAR. Now here it tho Chief Seoretary anL Under attends tho unveiling of the statue han. Besides causing transportation shoulder to shoulder in tho cause powder case and threo necklaces SCHOLARSHIPS. ia Juat a llttjo over two ycara and a of the Irish administration. to be slow, in many Instances a of Lafayctto In Metz on August 21. valued at $25 in a raid made at 1:15 Supremo Secretary William J. Mchalf from that date and according to A patrol of five constables and a ser train may bo sent out on a detour of humanity." a. m. on February 26 last. These special examination for Knights Glnley received A the Herald's official statement the geant was ambushed last night In tho from Us regular route and you may the cable, EXCURSION. ladles wore not detained, but stato of Columbus graduate scholarships dated July 4 and read: which was MOONLIGHT taxpayers would have saved In the Adore district of county Limerick find yourself stranded in some counthoy "were so terrified that wo will be held at the, Catholic Uniyer that city treasury Jn round numbers una consuiDie was wounaea una "Marshal Foch showed keen d- try to which you have no passport. Mackin Council Social Club will did not attempt to follow tho soldiers 8lty, Washington, on September 22, light when I told him today of thV But, sad to Bay, our enor$220(000. afterward, but the others es- Then you may havo to wait weeks delight and remained. standing dn tho hall." according to an announcement made baton ho will receive ifrom the mous saving has disappeared accord- caped uninjured, according to an offi- before tho necessary passport ar- give the next of Its series of Sean Byrne, however, a from tho office of Rev. Edward A. Knights of Columbus in behalf" of , ful moonlight excursions on tne ing to tho Htrald xt Tuesday, July cial Teport, rives on Friday of the corporation, raided and Pace, General Secretary of tho uni- tho American poople. Marshal Foch eleven steamer East St. Louis leaving 18, 1920: It read as follows: "It took mo front half-patho arrested under lettro de cachet at 2 versity. The K. of C. scholarships, asks that the baton bo imreaehted to In the morning until eight o'clock evening next, the boat TWO GRAND MEN. live General Couucll ''committees mornlngt at night to reach Verdun from foot of Fourth .etreet at 8:30 o'clock- a. m. one and (half was shutinup, of which thero ore fifty available, en- hini in tho hall of the College of met fit the invitation of Mayor Smith a title the holder to.board, lodging and st. uiements at mou, wnere hie retrips of Mack- barefooted dressed O'Connell, Paris," Mid Mias Callahan, telling sharn. These iGardinal h the letter's office and listened to won public fav small cold room while hie houso was tuition at the university during the ceived his .education, aa ha wishes mi urgent appeal by the Mayor FOR years of age, Is one of tho youngrt of her own personal difficulties en- dn's Social Club have They are available his old Jesuit professors to wttneea searched. His slater. Atlas Ly Byrno, academic year. f all th Cardinal composing the countered. "It l K Joujeney that In or and are pronounced .the moat MORR BHVKNUK for the CITY'S of tba j eaaoD, and therefore who Uvea with hta, loat an old ail- - for the minimum nerlod remilrad for this high honor for as atumnus. He The Mayor Btcrwl OoWk. Cardinal Gibbon, reality should not Uk ofar two tOBSS) T2T GENERAL. JmmbcW, a family hrioom, froml obtalnin an advanced host drae. which wU be a cordial "Met to taa K. of n4lned tfcat In view of ttie iaerea. the only survivor of the Ecumecll hour. Ttet to Jttt an example of they attract th beat paople of the on bed. cRy. Is on year for the maatarakip of Cr tpllgrlmae at and will tajf HMt of evwytfcimc toe UHMloiftfU-- Council,' ia now the oldwt ettre what on nm np acataftt all tha yfckfe IMuui1wax iao par ooujw, a b4 naugtac Vlaa Gavan Daffy, Tto eaaa of tax. Ifcufo and arts, two ya&iw for maatrhH ia' reet'tbe flower of the Franca armv inotada of th Ooltoc of Cr4nMU. ttma." kaa about xsaefaed the fed of 14 aobnol at No. paUoaopar aML tare yearn tor e to act aa ffaara, oi honor; a tfc dedira 0 - danebur wffl 4x -fortnwa wMafa add keapa a waJMmnrn Traveilftc j artajtaaoMtt end Jxieor teXli ffh7 i oa no. cation of & atftta' ausfean'i Oraen. tit thai of an aaaptt doctorate la pailoaopby. difficult iftat tna Frenen ootwrn- - to ne MMsara - la other nrordf. th city tmsury ennroo OOtUft?' GOV. j Wk i STARTLING " empty-handed- puz-Ele'w- lll ' " i . '.Maw-abidin- g" M V. 4 - Sim-da- e, hav-Bnre- ur antl-Wlls- on ns fifty-thre- K. Of C. IRELAND ad silver-mount- ed MtWWT-WBIWJK- H. X sec-dn- Bur-llngam- e, strike-breakin- g -- ..,.,...,.. !, m. re-un- til ex-th- ey ar-b- and-larg- er her-Bo- fellow-statesma- n, well-know- . four-poun- .3i hot-wat- er . offi-ce- re .. 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Photo shows the shadow of a soldier cases active resistance is the only In a slnglo year by tho American as it deserved to fail. Let us not Sultan. way of meeting the aggression. But Branch of ,the Holy Childhood. The try to imitate tho movement and as a rule passive resistance is tho funda ot the association aro dis the failure. . tributed amongst 290 missions In most effective way of meeting overforeign lands. These missions are LOVES ARMENIANS, BUT NOT IRISH. whelming military force. You will find tho best argament for patronizing us in the HAND IN HAND. conducted by members ot various re long list of customers whom we hare fitted with satisfactory ligious orders and comprise every As everyone knows, Senator Ueckham voted against a resoluSOLDIERS GET BENEFIT. In tho two squalid murder cases glasses. nationality. The funds are exclusively employed in procuring tlon of sympathy for Irelnnu in tno umtcu Htntcs senate, uui iiu of this past week Jt developed that "A TRUE SERVICE." "Wo do not sell glasses as mer-- 1 ,baptlsm for pagan children, in buy goes out of !iis way to express sympathy for tlio Armenians, judg It has been necessary, .for the Na- divorces were .frequent events in tho chandlse. Wo sell you aatlsfactory service. $ ing ana aaopung aDnnuonen cnu or July 2, referring tional Secretary of tho Knights of lives of one or tho other of the' two ing by tho following Associated Tress dispatch dren, in providing for their main Optromotry is a profecsion worthy the name, and we prac-- 1 Columbus to deny a report that the couples. meeting of tho Resolutions Committee of the National Demo-- 1 to tho Divorce and crime go hand tenance and Christian education tlce it in all its higher branches. (Cnlghts intend to launch a big in hand. crntlc Convention Over G00.000 dying infants aro bap by an overwhelming vote, a ; tized each year, and more than COO, drive in support of their financial 'Tho committee adopted, however, cared for aro at present 'Our near Mayor says he can not The night schools for k offered by Senator Rccklu.m, or Kentucky, EXPRESSING o Kniglits are expending for thee understand why the Street Car Compromising awkt- - U schools supported l,v the Holy Child- SYMPATHY FOR THE ARMENIAN PEOPLE and schools the surplus left over from pany is financially embarrassed and anco insofar as it shall bo considered possible- nuil proper. TIfo Hock- - ; hood. drives, the same day .holds a special meeting their share of tho war-wor- k ham substitute received forty Votes, with about a dozen reported in SOURCE OF DANGER. it is not the intention to continue of tho General Council Finance Comtho ' negative." IiCt tho Armenians send Beckham to tho Senate. Moral: tho work Indefinitely. But this mittees to keep our city treasury A long time ago it was said by a money was collected for the soldiers from going bankrupt. San Francisco Protestant preacher ly BSJbartiAi LoatsrOUJ and tho Knights proposoTo see that that political sermons secularize Lloyd George Is getting madder piety without sanctifying politics. they got the benefit of it. That is was visiting at St." Mary's-in-the-COMING EVENTS. gentleman also said at the why they undertook the educational and madder at America because we dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tho same en"It was Frank E. Flaherty, who wore on their same time: Christian Christian work they are now doing. It offered refuse to worry over John Bull's intelligence, &&&$Q&$&&$&&&&$&$ July 22, St. Joseph's Orphanage wedding trip en route to Great Falls, terprise, failure to "hog" the entire world. the best opportunity for helping tho Christian courage and Christian If You Want Health, Recreation and Rest and Plenty to Eat Try picnic on grounds of home. Mont. money and blood which founded this RETURN FROM EUROPE. July 22 Picnic of St. Paul's church republic and Christians claim a chief James Reagan, James Foley, interest of Pleasure Jlldge at Stowor's Grove. If we are in danger, NOW THE LAW. Miss Magdalen Geher and her Charles Compton and Capt. O. W. It is fromhere. own religious indifferour July 27 St. Philip Neri's church Nettles, of Poweo Valley, weie visniece, Miss Clara Discher, after hav Cathofrom the itors In Cincinnati last week, divid- ence, not And again growth of clergyFollowing tho example of the Re- ing been abroad for four months, picnic at Itivoli Garden.' Under New Management licism." this same July 27 St. JJenis churoh picnic ing thoir time between business and man, speaking of the public schools, publican convention at Chicago, the landed in Montreal July-13- , and aftsupper, Cano Road pleasure. D. C. ETHERIDGE, Manager. said: "It is not venturing too muoh Democrats at San Francisco' would' er a short stay in Quebec and New and chicken Club Park. Run Improvement York will return to 'Louisville. to say. that society will see, in the proKoyer. Jr., of Natchez, not declare either for or .against Dave sure feeds and Springs are sure health builders. Write for Robert July 27, August 17 Moonlight Miss., whoA.has received an appoint- end, that while these schools were hibition or the enforcement of the rates. GRAYSON SPRINGS, KY., or city office, 701-0WELCOME VISITOR. Louisville excursions of Trinity Council on East ment to Annapolis through Sonutor not eo Intended, they will havo the ene-n'Volstead act. That was the only Trust Building. Both phones. St. Louis. Harrison, of Mississippi, will be the effect, and are now used by tho faith Tho Rev. John Kelly, O. P., was a of r'Ucion to undormlne logical position to take even though August 10 St. Patrick's church guest of relatives in Louisville durand establish general skepticism." Bryan and his friends should be of- welcome visitor the past week at St. picnic and outing, at Fontaine Ferry ing August en route to Maryland. Those comments were made away Louis Bertrand Convent, Sixth and Park. fended because no ".bone dry" plank St. Catherine, when he came to reMrs. William A. Connaughton and back in 1877. It is easy to note how has been adopted, The Volstead act new friendship with .relatives and AAAAA A A A A A A A A A A A A A&A A A A A Afi daughter, Mary Dorothy Connaugh true a prophet the gentleman was. instiIs nowfcfcw. To declare In favor of boyhood friends. .As a youth Fathton. leiti tins weeit ior uieir nomts in Especially In the er Kelly was a member of St. Louis Memphis, Tenn., to join Mr. Con tutions of higher learning has this its enforcement would be to single naughton after ihaving boen the undermining of faith been going on, later out one law among all others "for Bertrand church andHe is Joined the k Dominican order. guests of Mrs. Copnaughton's par- until when a young man goes Into now AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA special treatment. As well declare one of them a Christian, he is quite ih Columbus, Ohio. ents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. liablo to come out filled with skeptiin favor of the enforcement of the cism or even complete atholsm. MIDSUMMER INOTLYTION. Ten Commandments. Miss Margaret Hogan loft Monday Tho wedding of Miss Bernlco Mooresville, XEYED SO GItAYE. Louisville Council, Knights of Co- to spend Jier vacation at Stoln, formerly of New Albany, now THREATENING. lumbus, will have a midsummer ini Ind. of Evansvllle, and Harold Selzer, According to Associated Press dls Evansvlllo, Is announced for August tiation tomorrow, when a class of flf- Miss Mayme Constnntlne, of Dublin, the railway patches The True Voice, always will receive tho decrees. iTMs- - fersonvllle, Is visiting friends at Jef 4. ,Misses Dorothy Smith, Jessie situation from Ireland was never so PHONE CITY 3767 At Lelst, Mary Lee Weathers and Kath619 W. BROADWAY In expresses the rict Deputy Ring and team will come and arine Bulleit will bo among the at- grave from tho Government's viewapprehension many hold just now. for St. Louis to confer the degrees. lanta. point as on Wednesday, when the tendants. Its editor Bays: Louisville Council has steadily in workers refused to move freight T. Finclc Martin, son of Mr. and We believe that the dissension in creased us membership under the Mrs. A. F. Martin, is home on a Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Flaherty, trains carrying any sort of war mathe ranks of the 'friends in direction of Grand Knight Dan Law-le- r, Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" who was Miss.. Margaret Higglns, re- terial, and Sinn Folnors kidnapped who desires to bring the number this country will not be checked beturned on Friday lost from an ex- five men who offered to move the fore it assumes threatening propor- up to.3,000. Eyes always tired, headaches, whole systom affected, comfort Miss Lucy Higglns and Mrs. Anne tended Eastern honeymoon trip and trains after the others had declined. tions. The peculiar th'lng about it sacrificed? Have your eyes examined, see me at once, don't delay. Hlgglns left Friday for Chicago and were the guests of the bride's parents Tho policy ot dismissing recalcOFFICERS ELECTED. Is that it shold have been started by I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. on Twenty-fourt- h stieet until Tues- itrant employes, which the Sinn will later go to Michigan. an individual who ihas been promiMy prices are reasonably, giro mo a trial and I H1 convince you. day, when they left for Minneapolis Felners say is directed by tho GovTho officers elected at the final movements for thirty nent in Irish ernment, Is rapidly depleting the Miss Marie Allco O'Nell and Miss and Yellowstono ParTt, en route to ranks of the railway workers and years or moro and who wrecked them meeting of tho Catholic Educational Mary Ann Keen have returned from their future home at Great Falls, resulting in additional trafflo stop-pace- s. all at the proper time. We do not Association wero as follows: PresiMont. oellevo that ho or anyone else can dent General, Right Rev. Thomas J. a short Btay in Indianapolis. Fourteen men were dismiss "House of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician wreck the friends of Irish freedom or Shahan, D. D., Washington; Vice ed at the King's Bridge terminus in MRS. MEANY GETS AUTO. 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Misses. Frances A. and Kathryn gain the organlzatipn as against tho Presidents General, Right Rev. tJablin during tho laBt twenty-fou- r duly elected President of the Irish reAt Clones, County Mona-ghaJohn B. Peterson, Boston; Corrlgan are in Buffalo visiting Mrs. Mary J. Meany, of 833 South hours. five men who reported for public. (Mark It down that the man Very Rev. Edward A. Pace Wash- their sister, Mrs. R. J. Wollmuth Eighth street, is pow the owner of work on a munitions train wero who creates dissension now is doing ington, and Rev. Peter C. York, San England's work. the handsomo Sedan automobile spirited away In an automobile. Francisco; Secretary General, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hanloy, Pet Trains to tho north of Ireland Francis W. Howard, Columbus, eon avenue, had as guests this wefek. which was on exhibition at the orOhio; Treasurer General, Rev. Fran- Charles O'Connoll "and son, of Ncw. phans' picnic, the announcement be have been running on time during DELAYED JUSTICE. ing mndo at the Knights or Columous the last three days, but even on . cis T. Moran, Cleveland. port. theso lines there have boen minor Hall on Tuesday evening. now Government in Mexico is The blockades just south of the Ulster HONORS HIS MEMORY. Mrs. Dan. Duaue and Miss EllHp starting out to repair some of tho border. Tho practice ot dropping HOMl;COMlNG. Duano loft Saturday for Macatawa wrongs done under the Carranza reoff at a siding oars containing armThe City of Now York, through tho Mich., and will visit in Chicago be gime. A proclamation has been is- action of the Board of Aldermen, ihas fore returning. St. Patrick's Conference of the St. ed police and soldiers on the Great temporarily Northorn Railroad memory ot the late Vincent de Paul Society will have its ceased owing to the has sued restoring the churches that have honored the report that any Mrs. J. K. Hlggins and children, homecoming celebration on Sunday, railroad man attempting such tactics been seized by the Government to the Tfrbmas M. Mulry, who 'for years bevisit July 24, for which an appropriate would be shot on the spot. The of Kansas City, are here for fore congregations from whom they wero was ills death on March 10, 1916, with Misses Aline and Bessie a IKCORPOIUZK). Bryan, programme is being arranged. regarded as America's most St. source of this Teport can not be good beginning and prominent Catholic layinan, by for- In Deerwood. taken. This is a i Patrick's Is one of the largest confer- tracod. but It is having Its effect, we hope that ovon those churches for mally giving the name of Mulry ences in America, and the day will nevertheless. Mrs. tAnnle Koss and daughter, bring together men from all "parts of which an exception ihas been made Square to a piece of ground formed by the Margaret Ross, have returned Greenwich WORK J1EGINS SOON. IC now used ior Government avenue, intersection of and West Miss a visit to New York City and tho city. that are Waverly Place from purposes .by tho States will soon be Elovonth street. He was widely other Eastern points. .7 EFFERSON VILIiE. Contracts aggregating more, than given back to those to wnom they bo- - known as the head of the St. Vincent $2,000,000 were let lost week for tho Jeffor-sonvlll- e, de Paul Society and .had many friends Miss Margaret Schirapff, long. It Is only tardy Justice. Tho Rev. John Gallagher, ibsist-a- first group of structures at AreaIll., in Louisville. has returned from St. priest' at St. Augustine's church which are to constitute St. Mary of near Torre In Jefforsonville, has been trans- the Lake Seminary, the administraINTERCHURCH FAHAJRE TnE SLAKING A ItECOim. HULL PILGRIM Hauto, whero she visited. ferred to St, Joseph, Martin county, tive seat of tho great now Catholic and will be succeeded by the Rev. university projected 'by Archbishop Says a press dispatch: Two Trips Every Sunday, Danclnc on Boat and at Grove "The billRobert Arthur Keyor, Jr., of The contracts contemMrs. Salllo P. Durrett, of Pres-tonl- a, J. Sullivan, Philadelphia. Father Mundeleln. Broadway Arrlvo Grove Portland Now Albany ion1 dollars campaign of the inter-churc- h Natchez, Miss., who received an apentertained friends and rela- Gallagher made many lasting friend- plate the erection of tho Philosophy 10;4G a. m. pointment 1st Boat leaves 9;00 a. m. V 9:15 a. m. 9:30 a. m. celebrating tives world movement has been will visit last May to Annapolis, eighty-fir-for two days in anniversary. her ships during his stay at St. August Hall, Philosophy Dormitory, a con- 2nd Boat leaves 1:15 p. m. 1:45 p, m. 3:30 p. m. Louisville 1:30 p. m. birthday relatives en tine's, and the people of St. Joseph vent and infirmary for the Sisters in abandoned, t was announced, follow- route to Maryland. Young Keyer, SECOND BOAT RETURNING LEAVES GROVE 4:30 P. M. will have in him a devout and zeal charge of tho dining halls and re ing a meeting of the Executive Com- is the sixteen-year-ol- d son of Mr. . Miss Margaret Schimptf, "West ous pastor. fectory, and a group of service build MOONLIGHT EVERY SUNDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS ings including powerhouse, greenmittee in New-Yor- k, this week. The and Mrs. Itobt. A. Keyer, of Natchez, Chestnut street, Jofforsonville, who Boat loavea Portland 8:00 p. m. New Albany 8:15 p. m. Cain June from houses, laundry, and Several bridges, CONVEUT'tO HEPUBIilO. Returning 11:00 p. m. entire project may end July 8, It was and graduated School taught the the Woods, near Torre Hauto, ha High by thedral a dam arid railway spurs. Several said, when the general committee Brothers of tho Sacred Heart, with 1600 Electric Lights Jazz Orchestra Steam Caliono A striking example of the manner farms in tho vicinity ot the seminary Dancing will meet to consider what steps, if llrst honors an a elass of sixteen For Information Mr. and Mrs. J. Jackson, of Nash In which Irish Republicanism is sito have toeen purchased recently giving university a great tract ot any, will foe taken to carry on tho He received tho gold medal for hav; ville, have been visiting her (parents, J. J. MARSHALL, 214 STATE STREET, NEW ALBANY, IND; uniting all factions of opinion dn the land onthe ing highest average, also which to expand. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sweenoy, Third other aspects of the campaign. Sev- trcftA the CUMB. PHONE 1051 HOME PHONE 1451-- A "mfirtnl fnr lT!hrlejMn . v...Ww.u .Inpfrlni flha! effort to throw off the yoke of -...VHH. nm eral reasons were hack ot the deci- Dw.u was entitled to the gold ww.... avenue, and her sister, Mrs. j. British oppression is afforded by the nil. and meda Grant. GUNS ON ItOOF. sion, the committee stated, the prin- tor mavnemaucs, out. as tno ruling ns letter of Gen. Hubert Gough, which Lifford, where tho County Donegal cipal ode neing1 the present Dreval-enc- e to receive only one medal for any f Mrs Joseph Gottbrath and son, appeared in a recent issue of the LonP. MHMX, IH, Wh FrH. MiTru. H. 1. BJUHHI, rmWMt Mtf MHfK. Sense. It will don this of drives ot various kinds which special study, he relinquished con- Adam Gottbrath, and daughters1, be weekly Common Gen. Gough led Court of j Assizes was toeing held remembered that in favor of the second highest Tuesday, was dn possession ot the Misses Theresa and Minnie Gott aro being carried on throughout the testant. Tho State of Mississippi oftho Curraph mutiny brath, havo been spending the week English politicians In of 1914, when military. Two machine guns wore in country." Ulster nrotest- - position on tho Toot of the Court fered a prize to High School pupils In Cincinnati. ( -ed against the home rule bill of that House, and when Justices Bodd and As 'with the True Voice, we aro not for" tho befit essay on "Copper nd r Tho man who in 1914 resent- Kenny arrived Brass," tho school term, ' at all surprised at the failure ot tho He also at the end ofthe flrst prize of Nrfr.. and Mrs. Alton Kplb and time. .the point of armed rebellion, commanded the to open court guns principal thoroughcarried off Sewtr am Calvert Plye, daughters. Misses Lorino and Rose ed, to "drive." The' attempt to $10.00 for the best .essay la the State Kolb, left Wednesday, for Atlantic the bestowal of even a small meas- fares, and soldiers occupied positions Bauta's Patent Lldfe Pljw fer Steam on Ireland, behind sandbags on- the 'roof. Troops religion In the Protestant of Mississippi. His father, Robert A. City. Tfley will also visit at, iaui.-mor- e ure of Wall Cavlarf, Brala Tile, Yltrlie Brick, rdday announces his conviction that surrounded he Couit Hpuse. This dehominatlo&s was resented by many Keyer. Sr., a. prominent Cotton man before returning. England should concede "any form Is another striking ikwtance of Brit- 1 Fire Preelarf, Flae Llaln. Fire Brick 2 of the South tand & leading Knight ot m roister' and deplored W the majorGrate am Belter Tile, Fire Clay, Calmaey Teju. ,Z Mlsa Lean Virginia O'Brtfaa and ot .government, Including even a re- ish unisgovernmeBt and feJluro even Uymanf The effort to inter Columbu. being Grand (Knight vffor ity of ra Uieter. successive terms, waa a Donald O'Bryan left Thursday for public," to Ireland. M &d to meure known LoiHwvme boy, teTwg OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. est Chicago to Bpend the remainder of SUWIOiON. WATCH THE HAItPY. th wmawr wits their uroar, (arse ontrfblioM irom ithetn failed born and fr&wad h&re, where am Ms main Philip O'Bryaa. m Mw. O'Bywn, 0 obl8g for tie of friend wili(honor son Robert .becatum thy tut The uepleioua peWoa. is not to be ooattatrotUm of Bw4e who w vmtittmtimmiyimrv- - 1 VfOflK-ThirtihBreeidNrkUe mI Miatk ami 4 bctttiM Httl MNMtatoBM OB WW IttNMgu JMMM . Idwt tMMiw.'Jrir. Ml Kh. tttomt im wa. eoetay to img en interchtwh vwfmvak, trueted, tor well mi the M f ottten wy 'weM be m. tor liwrrttwt of M religion riruw m P. QilBW, JMHWiNIt iPWrtt, Y' PAYORS PUKE IRELAND. !' nBSSsBJBflBJHffSSjmvT i I P!pIbIbbbbb1 " iMMH(iitiHiBikSBi'lI)''l - wHnKj' v Right Rev. Bishop E. D. Kelly, of, Grand iRaplds,' in his latest public reply to tho bigots who are attempting to proscribe the Catholic schools of Michigan, reminds tho people of the commonwealth that their State University had its beginning as a private school one of whose founders .was a. Catholic priest. This priest was Rev. Father Richard, who brought tho first printing press to Michigan and established tho first newspaper in tho territory. "Together with Rev. Montelth, a Presbyterian minister, ho founded a school in Detroit, an'd innn professor in the same," says Bishop Keny. "This school formed tho foundation of Michigan Unlvorslty, which is its legal successor." Bishop Kelly appeals to tho sense of fairness njid justice of the poople of Michigan to defeat the schemes of the bigots who aro seeking to amend the State constitution so as to require all children between the ages of six and sixteen to attend "Only at the expublic schools. pense of your liberties can you barter of your brother," Bishop Kelly wrote. The letter was read In all tho Catholic churches' of the Grand Rapids diocese and has been widely NOT FOR SALE False rumor are being circulated that our buii-incis fer sale. We have been very successful sines we purchased the business in 1915. We expect to -- -; ss , w """"""' r,. " :J.: j at """ 421 West Chestnut Street pcriuu - ,1 .. ine same location , r We own this property and can not be forced out by any exorbitant rental. We also contemplate enlarging our plant as well as increasing our business. PULS ,DRY CLEANING CO. 421 W. Chestnut St. Phones 263S Harry HHHIIHIHla79HHHHjBmeHHBBiI Driver gjyy Satisfactory Eyeglasses J sub-plnn- .;!"" Zna - man -- at GRAYSON SPRINGS e? non-Catho- SQ.GIETY. sta-ttion- ed THOS. J. BRDCAR MHMmnnMMmiMinitri L. N. PEARLMAN'S Automobile Repairing Tires Accessories Tubes ty-fo- ur d Mon-slgn- or n. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. SUGAR GROVB STEAMER IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." nt Mary's-ln-the-Woo- NEW STEEL st -- t t w f P. BANNON PIPE CO.ii frU se i Cealtt, if eevu ud rnunuuu ss-uaMbUM- e, so, mmi 4MAr'JffMl M : fMinminneftieiiiHHfifiinimimgi c 'i M4lia.,I it' 4 -- wiT fvT o - ' amnjf Vol) vahat are DOING- ZL - . i, aand PRA I Do you ' 'J- - IIijpt r praying) WWkltJ 1IB7" FOR Vour. kE" 1 . " T VHAT Up ABou"r"",?. Waft nlilflV '" y - ( ALL GET f DARH &OOD That The,v v m111 Spanking- - . j YYYVY Tho Catholic Educational Association, meeting in Now York City, took strong position on the school question in the following resolution adopted at tho final session. P. "Wo note with gratification that amid tho changing conditions which have so seriously affected education, our Catholic schools havo shown new vigor and attained a greater" prosperity. Wo regard this as evidence of the efficiency of our teachors and as proof that our people aro thoroughly convinced of the need of Catholic education. Now more than ever 'before there is need, both lor tho church and for our country, of tho On the Beautiful Grounds Surrrounding the Home of eervlce which Js rendered by our 6chools. Wo therefore as Catholics and as American citizens maintain our right to establish and control our Catholic schools, colleges and universities. This right we .base upon tho tact that tho parent primarily bears FRANKFORT AVENUE, CRESCENT HILL tho responsibility for the education! of his children and for their preparaTake East Walnut and Crescent Hill Cars. tion as citizens. "The Catholic parent, insisting upon the American citizen's freedom (as guraanteed by the constitution), to worship God, perform his duties and save his soul In accordance with SERVED BY THE LADIES. his religious belief, demands that tho Bame freedom All kinds of amusement and delightful music all day. ren through anbo secured to his childeducation which safeGates open from 9 a. m. until 11 p. m. guards their faith and develops in them Indispensable habits of personal Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. and civic virtue. We hold that, to havo its duo effect, training In moral ity and religion must be given along with Instruction in other subjects. As education and the preservation of the religious life aro thus inseparably conjoined, we claim that the right to educatate our children in our own Catholic schools is a right of conscience, no less inviolable than the right given us hy God to worship EVERY SUNDAY 9 A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. . Him as our conscience dictates. While maintaining our own schools MOONLIGHT TRIPS we do not encroach upon the legitiSATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 81:15 P. M. mate rights either of the State or our fellow citizens. Wo hold, jm the Dancing Free. Music by Myers and Howell's Union Orchestra. contrary, that the schools supported by the voluntary contributions of our people are the most effectual means PERFECT FITTING for preserving the moral life of our nation, for upholding legitimate au" SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES thority, securing obedience to law and perpetuating the principles of true democracy. As Is amply clear from the record of tho American army and navy in the World War, FRED. C LOEMKER Catholic chaplains, soldiers and sail? Dry CJt, w'sfurwUMwm Halt and " ore In all branches of the service, gave incontestable proof of their patFOURTH AND O STS riotic devotion to their country. Therein they showed the spirit developed in them by their education in Wo accordingly Catholic schools. legrtwlit sod JUtHrnal Kails ScbitlflciR Trtttei submit that the State, in behalf of its Oculists' Prescriptions. own best Interests and in justice to Dr. Uriah Z Lltsiy millions of Catholic citizens, should SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY protect and insure by all possible Chiropodist means that freedom of education XXCOSPeXATSD 007 which is our birthright as AmeriFourth and Chestnut. Slarlca ,Ai;.K:fcK-acans, and which alono will continue Br??"3?"&$pBBBSBBBBSv DnildlBg tho traditions of liberty in our COME AND SPEND THE DAY AT THE OATIIOMO SCHOOLS. yf,y.V.VVVYYYYY-Y-4 - HRPlilS TUESDAY, JULY 20, tw SHbS&aP c .er &s a. vvv! ill III! t ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHANAGE EXCELLENT DINNER AND SUPPER STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN GROVE w hy Not Have Two Incomes? F you s Your Earnings From Work Your Earnings From Investments can save $5. 00 a month you can g become a partner in profit-sharin- y-.-.- .- Louisville Gas & Electric Co. arly every three months. No delays. No expense for collection. (IT) HAVE YOUR iRflilLILIKEtPCl ?' Your partnership earnings checks will come to you 7 Preferred Stock s on-the-squ- are. regul- SKo This is CORNS,BUNIOIIS ISylibw dependable, trustworthy, No red tape. Your money back with interest if you can't complete your payments. on just as good terms as the biggest capitalist a good paying investment in a large, soundly managed business that is growing all the time. As long as a utility company grows it needs investment money to build extensions and additions. We put the money of the wage earner and the capitalist alike to work in public service needed for prosperity and development. a high-clas- investment opportunity for the worker Here is something that a wage earner can handle and get J eB- - BstkPhoee U interests Come in see us In arguing for his proposed "bone-LI coupon. dry" plank before the Democratic once on the to independence. convention in San Francisco, William Jennings Bryan, according to press reports, said: "I want to leave no opening for Overhauled now and avoid misunderstanding or quibble, so I the rush. havo put Into my plank the provision that there shall he no relaxation of .1920 tho alcohol, What we hate I THAT EVES MAY SEE. and law.hate It whether weIsfind it In wo Investment Department whisky, in wine or beer. They tell of Incorporated Louisville Gas & Electric Co. you that wine Is a harmless drink, H I BETTER 333-33- 5 but you will find that through the WEST MAIN ST. Louisville1, Ky. ages it has been wine that has cursed Phone-Ci- ty 355 Main Pleas send m your investment literature Is tho aim of our graduate opmankind." tometrists. There spoke .the Puritan fanatic a Name. who is .convinced that alcohol Js an Our EriJ'rrcasonablc evil thing in all circumstances. Such ASK FOR Our elassesarojcoinfortablc. H. M. Byllesby Co. & Shtt was tho view of tho Alanlcheans in Our work Is "Guaranteed. St. Augustine's day. It is the view Consultation and advice free. Tlephona of some fanatics of tho Bryan type Ml today. But Toasonablo men can dis V" KING OPTICAL CO. tinguish between the abuse of a thing that is In itself good and the should be followed by massaging the EXESIGHT SPECIALISTS. proper use of it Such a distinction soies weu ana rubbing into them a 1134 W. Market St Bryan and his fanatic followers do small amount of oil or vaseline. A not recognize. They are as unreas- Louisville, Ky. VISIT BEAUTIFUL onable-r-aoven more so than the CHURCH DOCTRINE VINDICATED. man who defends the saloon and all Mrs. Decensl. tho wife of a promi Its evils .because ho believes prohibiCKAKLKSTOWN, INO, tion to bo opposed 'to personal liber nent fruit dealer on Market street, AT- - FACTORY PURE PRICES. Season now open. ty. We are glad that the San Fran- was delivered of a fine boy at Sts. New dlscorerlea , GLOBE TIRES . G 1th seven mile of underground Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last cisco convention voted down Bryan WHOLESOME Easy terms. Phone us for free and two routes make It the grand QJ City 11M. and his plank. We have never op- week, by the Cesarean section opera- trial on our 1920 model in your tr of all the known emnllcr carern. SAFE. TnLe the Churlrstouii "Troller," posed prohibition; for wo saw in it tion, performed by Dr. M. Casper, home. InUnirbun fetation. Third Street. the only practicable remedy tar the who successfully performed tho same Auto partiea will find good roada aM We repair any sewing machine. evils of the ealoon and the liquor Operation four years ago, when her ELEOTlflO MOTORS. ETC. the wuy. Care open all the time. MeaJa, refreshments, etc. traffic. But prohibition does not first boy, now a husky chap, was Sprclol Katrs To rarttea Of Tea Or mean fanaticism and wo are op- born. It has .been a fad very Gener J. C. DORSEY one EXTRA GOOD Elec& CO. We Morn. aaaavfiHaBBeaRnOOr !Wal2tlB posed to fanaticism as exemplified by ally among the medical profession 0 Volts. tric Motor for sale. Write Indian Cao Co- - Louisville. Dryan'a argument at San Francisco, when a woman with pelvic deformSlavgla phase. On-- Champion ElecCity (JOGO Ky. l'hone Shawiicc 1915. His plank deserved to bo defeated. ity can not give birth other than by with glass case. tric Air gew-4n- c If fanatics of his type aro permitted Cesarean section that sho bo steri 642 E. JEFFERSON ST REET Electric drink mixer. Several to control the prohibition movement lized against future chances of child maculae motors. Several solderIn this country that movement will bearing by a inutilatlng- operation. Modern jConvonlencea ing coppers, Electric. Several ElecSTAG Centrally Locate not last long. Just as the brazen de- The Catholic church has opposed tric WastOn Machines AliL NEW y. fiance of law disgusted decent people these many centuries this practice be ALL CHEAP. Call City 3107. MM vm and brought on prohibition, so the cause it interferes with ino laws of W Sr bmJmJ at mml STANDARD JLBCTRIC COMPANY. impudent fanaticism of (Bryan and Ood. WwMMaaar The science of surgery da coming his kind may undo all that Jwuj been (formerly St. Nlcljolas Hotel) Wada H. Tool, Hgr. along now to vindicate the church on aecoai9)tebed. Electric Suction Sweeper Sixth A id Court Uiia ataad, a science has vindicated Jefferson at Preston. Placo itooras $1 anrf Uawarel It in many other rightous way iwhlofa BASK ACHINQ FHH8T. NOW IS THB TIMB FOR r' r IT BEATS seemed, increduloua whan ftrat pro STRAW HAT CLEANING L0UIB7ILLK AM GtLASft 00. Hush eae can be ivn to aflfalng mulgated. AtoIA the rush by eonaultlnc us bow AS IT SWEEPS SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION "XJBANBD" AXD There ! a record one woman nihry fet by which htmfoot bath of hot bearing seven obUdren,oCait Mas; dePANAMA HAT CLHANING AND water in ORIf AMBNTAL GLASS AS IT CLEANS ben dlMOlvd BLOCKING OUR SPJKJIALTY mall jQuantty of Bpaom oaMa. Tor livered by Cesarean section. Mia. 8TX1L4.TBS MASS IF DB8IBU) GUNN'S BAKERY AND: some reason era retiet can b bre Daoansl, who lost several tiblldran fm. la Sitae Copper ana KATlOMAXAJOIJUjranj in hitmen fe hr tMa eirnr Hal Dirtn oy nature's anatnoa or ojauvar- BtMi Bareiea wmm water aofteoa oalkma ato apA tbay-iaravoir that aran war aba 1205 50PTH SEVENTH STREET. AIMTt SOUK, FMff). Berated Gtas laaoaU toe earaMMy awajad o aa ! normal ate wxjuld pratar Caaariad MS W. MARKWT r, OMy Bill TeUpfeoa Ott? MM nawrnar vnai araaai vi r sa aiaiiaa ' aww"aaaaa Chjr gts tb $tat tf Main tija Pbon City 6S74 ELIECTRIC FAN i .AiMri PUR1TAN FANATIC. Act in your own I Start at road and financial or mail the investment Department Kentucky inquiry Coupon Guilders Elect. Co. Louisville Gas & Electric Co. 311 W. Chestnut St, Louisville EWING'S DAIRY . PRODUCTS lve nd SINGER Sewing Machines NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE INDIAN CAVE won-do- ra 110-22- fcu-m- KECO 0..lMHt,n. 1 ji HOOVER MeinuTJavnuuoi THE The Leslie Apartments Mta I Tidel Electric Co, CONFECTIOMy -- amam aavaaH 'J ;, K::E:rc:aPTJOK:Y ijri&xx jbJMn&mx&AJX fringing, UP Bill Jlk f Jwgfe jm ( I CORRECT L.UK.K.tL 1 V -- I I A TaalC I To THE willie- - Step HEAD f l "T"i b-- i , OF THE CLASS ffl ShL 1 V Just What NEEDED to - ICkU inc. ur- l is G-- o Cci wrJj, l l " J I FlSHlNG- "" A v MarD aJii& fifitf 4B I .. Klnt.l UUbT WHAT y INVjw T ,S A plsHMG- NET F" V J Made. of1 fc S -- " m - - A LOT OF LITTLE HOLES TIed Together.' ajith a String U IV "3 BLTeYeYeYeYeLLTeLTeYeYeYeYeYeYeYeV l b ! ' AAAAAAAAAAA;iA:AAA:AAAAA'AAAA:AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA;AAAAyit COMPLETE ArVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA A AAAAAAA LINE OP UNION LADDSS' AND GENTS1 SUITS RELICS OF CHRIST'S PASSION. In connection with tho forthcoming International Catholic Palestino Congress, which meets in Elnsiedeln, Switzerland, July to formulate plans-- for protecting tho Holy Places of Palestino, it is of interest to know tho whereabouts of the relics of Christ's life, passion and crucifixion.. The largest portions of the wood of the cross are in tho Basilica of tho Holy Cross of Jerusalem at Rome, and In Notre Damo Cathedral, Paris. A relic of tho cross Is also in tho United States In the Cathedral of 19-22, EIGHTEENTH Dry Cleaned and Pressed 91.75 MAIMS BxlUJ!iS Work Called For and Delivered Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock Telephone City 2742 LOUISVILLE GLEANERS & DYERS 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. AND MATLE STS WHEN in NEED THE TRUTH AT LAST. Tho truth lg out at last. Sir. Henry Wilson, (Field Marshal in tho British army and director general of operations at the British war office, says': "Wo have been told that wo went Into tho last war to end war. We did HMMH KBClvrlffERa tested ETES LLHLsBWLsBBBBBBBBBBBBsaLLQflr3sBH RING UP OF ANYTHING IN Spalding Shoe Co. Incorporated TtTMHit Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See the Frankei Coal Co. T. E. " Yann Dairy Co. 608-51- j: m. buckner TOBACCONIST --- sac-cre- d. hot; WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE Rogers Church Goods Co. 120 S.-- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. 000 WEST MAIN STREET KENTUCKY nrCORPOBATSD Fourth, LoutsvUlo, Ky. Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. O'LEARY CSTY & CO. Headquarters lor AND FARM PROPERTY Se us about anything la real estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON BT. Bocae Phono City 446. BEE FOOLEY FOB MONEY. Loans to thoae having regular no publicity or salary, with housekeepers to r red tape. Loanssecurity. a their personal F. B. POOLEY, Building. geem 1. Courier-Journ415 B. Fourth Street. al FURNAS IOE CREAM 712 QUALITY City 1866 IOE 0 0. ST. WEST BRECKINRIDGE CREAM PHONES:So""1 BEAD ANIMALS CASH PRICES 2500 , HIGHEST K PAU 721; CO. Call Home Phone City Comb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING: BANBLY BROS. SHOE STORES All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'fl Stores Shaw. 1716 I8th and Portland. City 7164 18th and Magazine The "title" which Pilate wrote and ordered to bo placed on tho cross "I. N. R. I." (Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews) i3 preserved in tho Basilica of tho Holy Cross of Jerusalem at Rome. Tho crown of thorns, now lacking SOFT DRINKS In the thorns, which have been distributed to a number of churches, is Homo Phone, Sfiawheo 802 at Paris. A fragment of the crown Is in .the Church of St. Serin, TouHENRY GOSS louse, Frances. One of the nails is said to be. in ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING the crown of the ancient Lombard Tin Roofs Repaired and Pointed Kings used by Napoleon I. at his Asphalt Shingles a Spoeclalty coronation ; one is in ithe Cathedral of Notre Dame at Paris, and an2011 WEST BROADWAY other, whose authenticity is reported GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO to havo been established by Pope Benedict XV., is at Monza, near Incorporated. Milan. A. Lazar, Manager The sponge, it is stated, is in tho Basilica of St. John La. to ran, Rome. Money Advanced on Your Plain Hot Tho point of the lance la In Paris, 812 West Jefferson Street and the remainder In Rome. Floor) (Second Tho robe, known as the holy coat, Home Phone City 2967. is In a church at Troves. Tho tunic is reported to have been given by the sister of Charlemagne JNO. P. MORTON & CO. to the Monastery of Argentecull, whoro she was nun, and is still INCORPORATED thero. Tho largest piece of the winding Established 1820 - - Louisville, Ky, sheet is at Turin. Tho cloth with which the sacred OFFICE OUTFITTERS head was wrapped ia reported to be PRINTERfc In the church in Cadonln. Denart-STATIONERS Dordogne, France. Sment of linen with which Verqnica PARRAKEET wipeu (jurists iuco on. mo wuy iu Mineralwater & Grocery Company Calvary is in Rome. Tho uppor portion of tho pillar of Incorporated tho has beem FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR the scourging Praxedes sincein 1223, Church of St. KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET and tho lower section is in tho MINERAL WATER Church of tho Holy Sepulchre, JerParkway 405 usalem. THE VERY BEST tho Holy Cross, Boston. EPPING'S lBBVBBJBJiMBVBBtMSBSBSEBBMa3fBBSl JCJCtXVXta Twelfth and Wilson wo went into it to savo our skins. Wo were told that after tho recent war wo were to havo peace, DR. JOHN P. BECKER City 2010 South 273 but we have not got it. Thero are at present between twenty and thirty OPTROMETRIST. wars going on. Wo were' told that the war was to end war, but it was 315 Starka Bnildiag, Third Floar not; it did not and it could not." Fourth and Walnat Addressing the officers of tho vaPhoae City 1180 rious British army services at tho Trading Stamps Given. Union Jack Club, Field Marshal Wil- PRICES THE LOWEST son said: "I hope you men, to whatever THE SIGN OF QUALITY branch of the service you belong, Highl'nd 7413 will do all you can to keep fit and ready for the time that is coming. East 180 Except in August, 1914, our country KENTUCKY and our empire havo never wanted LAUNDRY you more. We are living In ticklish CO. dangerous times and our comand Incorporated mand on sea, on land, and In the air is being challenged In various iparts Underbill St. of tho world. I hopo you will carry this warning if you like away Geo. Dearborn with you from a very old soldier Manager who knows what he is talking about." MKKT B1BNKT A member of Parliament who sought further enlightenment on the Designs & Estimates Furnished question, being particularly concernCASH I BLOW ed as to what power Britain would fight next Russia or the United WORKS States got no satisfaction. The ; Mechanical Air Engineers fact is that no one who knows anyManufacturers and Erectors of thing of world conditions Is under CREDIT DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM any illusions as to the possibility of We Make a Specialty of Pipe war least of all as to the views of Work for British statesmen on the subject. Wo SIDNEY'S have been told that the League of HEATING & VENTTJLATINa Nations .will make war impossible-- hut 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. .508 W. Great Britain is going ahead sea Bt. LOUISVILLE, KY. vast sums for increasing her Ul Alt DIAMOMN raaBBMaaMaeMaaaHaaMea. navy and for maintaining her army. When tho next war will come is only NATIONAL HATTERS a question of time. But come it H. W. DUBISKE & CO. Good Coal Always 012-01- 4 Kr A figf PU !& InWI INTER-SOUTHERN LIBERTY or PIPE Jeffer-1SIH- H will. EXTEND SCHOOLS. More than $7,000,000 will be by the Knights of Columbus FINANCIAL SERVICE FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. 40C-7-- 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone. City 1931 I lintnrnTiTfrTTfitm You Want A Beverage r abaM' B' K. A. JErapp Home Phone. City 7005 XrP LA. James Smith, one of tho signers of tho 'Declaration of Independence, was START ONE THIS UONTH WITH THE KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET bom In Ireland ' about 1820. His Wholesale and Retail camo to tho in AITS IiAMB VSA w" vnu.i Louisville Bank father and settled onUnited States tho 1729 a farm on of Smoked Meats All Kinds Susquehanna. James was educated Fourth and Central Avenue 203 EAST JEFFERSON STREET at Philadelphia, studied law, lived for a time In Shippensburg, and afPSOAS'S PROVIDEira associatxom terwards came to New York, where Incerporated he continued In legalpractlco during Cltlxens Was Orffa&lzed toy the rest of his life. He was a man to Stake of refined education and accomplishment. In 1774 ho raised tho first Directors volunteer company In the State. His Ob raraltare and Other Personal Property at book on "The Constitutional Powor Embalmers. of Great Britain Over the Colonies T.OWXBT BASES , in America" Impelled to importance COLEMAN BUILDING Telephone 1022 the revolutionary feelings round his AND JEFFERSON 8. B. COR. THIRD district. Ho was a member of ConBotn Phones 2886 gress until November, 1778, and In Kerne Phone, City 4300 What Is tho best? If you stay sick, 1780 sat in tho General (Assembly of When ho died at Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-you get tired of life. You should Pennsylvania, not give up for tho best remedy Is York, Pa., on July 11, 1806, his age was. It. is said, around oIghty-si- x i Hubbuch Sr. &rSon given Dy years. NATUROPATH A. LOSE ueaiers in NOT AMISS ON TIUS SDDE. 884 East Market Street WALL PAPER AND RUGS CUMB. PHONE, ,MAIN 2481 The manifesto recently issued by FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. Wonderful results. All. questions the employes of the Northwestern 8 WEST MARKET ST. answored without charge. Railway Company who have refused to handle British munitions in IreBoth Faonea mi land, although It is addressed to JOHN B. WATHEN C. J. SCHNEIDER, JZL, M&aarer English Labor, contains some words rURNTIURB MOVING AND of wisdom which may not be amiss on this sldo of the Atlantic: "Strip PAGSINa your minds of the, religious and po0C aspects of this question 80 South Tweaty-Stest- a etna bkboiai.tx liticalit in tho same light as you and ,ootnrrT smb face did West 1M4 Shawnee 1986 BTBBBT1 466 SOUTH FIFTH when you landed on tho shores of .. - --) - - KBNTWCgl ,. TjONG DISTANCE HAULING LOUISVILLE Franco to fight Prusslanism there, The British Government declared on your behalf in tho recent war with Hals 1S60-aty 1le. Germany that their action was to make tho world safo for democracy and small nations. Ireland as a nation is only asking that these principles and security be extended to her." Weekly Savings Club South JAMES SMTTH. tj ( ji l ThatStimulates and Satisfies. 'WeU-kaow- n. H.B0SSES0N Funeral and DRINK FEHR'S AMBROSIA ji II (1 I 11 ' SOiHI Made From Choicest Grain and Hops. ' 600 E. BROADWAY SERVED EVERYW1IBKE Order a Case Sent Homo Today ! 8 BLDG. in establishing and maintaining vocational and educational schools for Kark Sal, Pres. former service men, it was announc- NEILL-L- A J. O. Jacobs, Sec ana Ttm. ed Saturday at the opening in Chicago of a three-da- y coneducational L. GRAUMAN ft CO. ference of tho organization. With CO. seventy-fiv- e estabschools already Incorporated lished plans were made to Increase INCORPORATED Sealers Za AU Xtads of ettlaa ass the number to 1D0. William J. Ktore fixtures, Bates, Casb Xfla- Now Haven, Supremo Secreters. Show Cases, Coa&tecs. tary, reported that 105,000 former MILL AND snelvlac, Sto. soldlors and 0,000 civilians, Includ010 WEST 1UIH BTMXXt ing 1,500 women, already had been FACTORY SUPPLIES Home Phone. Cnty 1811 beneficiaries of the educational work. Tho money for extending tho Wo Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, activities will come from the iiuDDcr onu l'aper H(odc war activities fund collectWatch Crystals Fitted 20o ed by tho organization. Peter W. LOUISVILLE WASTE Watch and Jewelry Repairing Collins, Knights of Columbus of reconstruction, presented a MATERIAL CO. The Radius Jewelry Shop plan for the introduction of courses 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. in Industrial diplomacy to promote 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. better relations between employers Next to Rex Theater and employes. Telegraphic requests Homo Phone, City 1109 Open Evenings Until 9 P. M. were received from a number of - - - - KENTUCKY cities asking for the establishment LOUISVILLE of schools. More than 300 educators City 86G attended the convention. West 866 VIELLE SUPPLY y, $40,-000.0- 00 or 001-00- nAPPY SCHEDULE BREAK. Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds" 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FHTTEENTH ST. LferflU,ICy.' iBeflerletbeiMi A Joseph city4ohome . ( .. Central Consumers Co. INCORPORATED II 1130-112- (j Louisville, Ky, I MEAT MARKET T SCHNEIDER'S wm "THFJNSriN THE WORLD? Funeral (Director and Embalnjcr' H. CHB8TNOT ASi There was a pleasant and unscheduled break In tho western, journey of the Tammany special on route to the Democratic national convention. By wire arrangements were made for early (mass at St Joseph's church in tho little typically southwestern town of Springer, N. M. The train stopped from 7:30 a, m. until 9, and more than a hundred men, wom en and children from tho train at tended tho services. Father Devoie, who is a veteran of the French army In tho world war, and whose parish extends for 300 miles, (embracing fif teen missions, celebrated mass. He said he was a Democrat and liked Tammany. He had come to America to aid In furthering principles as wen as to preach tho gospel. The collec tion was by far the largest ever taken up at the little church In tho cow- Doy country. SACRED COLLEGE. As a result of the death of Cardinal Boschl, the Italian members of the Sacred College are now outnumbered by those of other countries. WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING City 8380 ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. PLASTERER BROOK AND BLOOM VAULT CLEANING 811 REALTY BUILDING Cumb. S. 154 Home Phone, City 2154 ) Ntt4H AL. S. jSMITH, PROP. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON 2 717-7- 1 LouravnjLa, ki BRYAN'S PETARD. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ..IMJKt:EX8buI XOMXFBONK8S XJO:R3BO0r OR wwv iVVttVWVV CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071 J. J. BARRETT'S AND EMBALMERS. SOI Si s FUNERAL DIRECTORS' lmlmjM &f.m 990 JsdTqln (fr-Lv- t j writes Ellzaboth Nearburg, who was ono of New York's representatives at convention; tho San Francisco Phrases require something wltl? which to back them up. The world isn't as easy as it used to be. If ever man was hoisted "with his own petard it was William Jennings Bryan in San Francisco on the second day of July, 1920. His audience was cold sober, not In the whole croiyd. a "wann-up- " Bryan's glittering generalities and talk about giving hie life, and inclr dentally giving $10,000,000 to Europe fell upon sober oars. Well, the show is over. The curtain has rung down. Take our platform away for summer reading. It Is as pure as McGuSy' first reader, hut as aoUd a our beloved Tom McCarthy. God less him. We will wih out with it because It la on the iejrel with the people of th! country, (and you may rest assured "ttit w women had something o do with M. No imoro crosses of gold these days, Thero are thirty Italian prelates and thlrty.one from other countries in the college. Eleven of the present Cardinals were created by Leo XIII., twenty-nin- e by Pius X., and twenty-on- e by Benedict XV. Pope Bene dict, it is commonly known, Has one Cardinal reserved "in poctore" and an announcement of the appointment Is expected shortly. RETREATS FOR SISTERS. iRev. .iFathec froin-the Funeral Director , and Emljalmer f ;BOTH PH0NE5 810. 1 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi ?f'fWvlvlfif"wfwfflflf,jWfIJf,J'fVV,JfWflf5Jfif Raphael Grasehoff, C. Sacred Heart Retreat, last Sunday concluded & retreat for the Ursullne Sisters at Sacred Heart BOYS IN CAMP. Academy, on Cherokee Drive. Fathr Matthew Miller, O. P., from Thie has been & pleasant and bene- the 'Passion 1st Monastery at Normanficial wftek for ,th CathoMe Boy dy, noar At, Louis, also eoodtioted a Beowts, wttf wore in amt seer retreat for the Sisters of Mercy oa 'Int., under the dKreotson. of Bast Broadway. This retreat to ffctner JrWacts OTObnnor, of the dosed Sunday. Cathedral of the Aaewmption, and a retreat tor the Sisters This w Assistant i sontmaarter Louie Werh- - of Charttv was oejron at Nasareth Ing. 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UNITES IRISH LABOR. 26,000 Delegates representing trades unionists in conference dn Dublin on the Fourth of July resolved to form a federation of Irish trade unions on ia national .basis. John Mooney, Chairman of the conference, charged that on army xf occupation was trying to break down their lines and that on their flank the British trades unionists, under the guise of friendship, were helping to feed the furnaces for their destruction. i For tho sick and those who nurse tho sick you GREAT CONSOLATION CONFIRMATION CHILDREN t . Ilea in the fact that know tho medicino prescribed by your doctor is prepared by druggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, being specialists in their work. Phone us any hour of the day or night. We will call for nd deliver your wants. I toGtJBJk.Srsr DOBtXJO JSODORB) City 355-3- 37 t Briar 7x11 folder and one large photo In 11x20 folder In septa ,lar price $8.00 wltaout coupon. A. J. &EUXI1YO, Fnotog-rapne- r 428 W. MARKET ST. - thl coupon to onr studio ana w will make yon six photoc lsfor 93.00. BernLOUISVILLE, KY. SKEOIAl. OITEB CUT THIS OUT ( ( ( SECOND AND CHESTNUT Day and Night 8ervice Main 9102 J AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt5 yYVYVyyyVYVyVVVYVyvyyvyyvvyVVyyVVVVyvyvyvyyvyyyYyVY DECIDES FOR CHOKER. Byrne Speed Coal Corporation INCORPORATED "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." 315 Guthrie Street. T. J. MORROW, Manager. 'Both Phones 315. J. J. McTIGHE, Asst. Mgt. We Tailor Your Coat, Dress or Skirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY H. E. WARD COMPANY INCORPORATED 1 'M3. SOUTH LADIES' TAILORS Phones FOURTH AVENUE 824B, Mala or City of electricity and vapor baths In the treatment of chronic diseases, rheumatism, etc., lias been prpven decidedly beneficial. I am a specialist In chlroprntic. U'he application HEALTH MACKIN COUNCIL MOONLIGHT EXCURSION On Steamer East St. Louia Dr. Elzena F. Napierala, FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 23 MUSIC AND DANCING Admission SI. 10 per couple, In cluding war tax. JJont leaves toot of Fourtli street Sire your lioye an education that will at 8:30 o'clock sharp. prepare them for life College Ideal Envolopo for Mail Matter TRANSO A New Envelope "Which 112 W. Broadway, Soulovllle, Ky. Conducted by tho Xaverlan Brothers. AV111 Save Time, Worry and Money; Business It is Fool Proof. and Scientific Classical, Courses, Preparatory Department. Largo TRANSO ENVELOPE CO. Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. 33 Kcnyon Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Tel., aty 2284. Asst. Mlss'Bcssio Blvllvan 405 Norton Building Main 2352 City 8470 St. Xavier's FRED ERHART ' ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING M. W. STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. Richard Croker, former chief of Tammany Hall, was adjudged mentally competent to handle his affairs in an order issued Monday by Judge E, B. Donnell dissolving a temporary injunction granted last March to i Howard Croker, eon of the former a T" New York Democratic leader. Croker NOTABLE AIUUVES. and his wife, who now reside in IreBRITISH AMBASSADOR. Brig. Gen. A. Cecil Crltchley. land, have made their wills, which Viscount Grey, New British Amyoungest General in the British army, provide that after death the prop- bassador, arriving In New York. Sir pnotograpnoa on ins arrival la New erty ot each goes to. tho Sisters of William Tyroll is shown at left. Charity. York from Englapd. rrtii r j NEW ALBANY. PARISH SCHOOL FIGHT. Rev, Father Charles P. Curran, A writ of mandamus ordering the pastor of Holy Trinity church, New Secretary of State to place on tho balAlbany, has announced that work will bo started soon on extensive imlot for the coming election the proprovements to that edifice. It !s exg posed constitutional amendment pected that when completed tho for abolition of private and pa- church will be . one ot the most rocnial schools in Michigan will he beautiful in Indiana. asked of the State Supreme Court, James Hamilton, ihead of the Wayne DESERVED PROMOTION. County Civic League, announced Thursday. T.he Secretary of State Miss Mary Kelly, who for twenty had announced the amendment years has been the clerk at the gen(placed on tho ballot, would not be eral delivery window at the New Alfollowing an opinion by Attorney bany Postofflce, has been promoted General Alex Groesback that It con- to a position in the money order de(llcts with the Federal Constitution. partment, succeeding Calf F. Best, The petition asking a writ will rewho resigned to engage in other cite that neither tho Secretary of husiness. State nor the Supreme court can bar submission of an amendment unRECEIVED WARNINGS. der tho initiative act, it was said. It d body of John The also will be maintained no action can Dwyer, caretaker for W. P. Henley, be taken by the courts acainst the a race horse fancier and owner of a amendment until it has .become law. tract of land from which tenants had been evicted, was found Wednesday GOOD FOR RICH AND POOR. by the .roadside near Droinbano, near Thurles. Dwyer is said to have reWhile men of great wealth are ceived several warnings as a result of agrarian agitation In this vicinity. taking advantage of the market and He is survived by a largo family. are buying flocks of Liberty .bonds at the prevailing market prices, othTROOPS AT LURGAX. er men of small means are adding to Prom Belfast, Ireland, tho Assotheir savings by the same route. A ciated Press reports that on "Weman does not,need to Invest a (heap dnesday 2,000 Sinn Poiners and at any one time to get a start. Ho Unionists had a fight In Lurgan over may buy a Llbeerty bond worth $60 Iho capturo of a man who Is alleged for a price considerably under that to have participated in a recent raid figure, and draw interest on the face PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. on a mansion near Lurgan. Many value of the bond. (And tif the (has a M. Paul Deschanel, for many years persons were wounded in tho fightsmaller sum to invest he can get a war savings stamp, foi$4.18 dn July, President of tho French Chamber of ing. A party of trobps from Beland on January 1 1925, get a $5 bill Deputies elected President of Franco fast arrived in tho town and removed the man from Lurgan. o succeed President Poincare. s DRINK OERTEIS The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Msmom1 0DH:B Also Makers of OBK03BXv CO. INCORPORATED r,ouisvir.iB, Kentucky. Oortels Dark and Oertels .Light. call-In- PRIVATE PICNICS ENTERTAINMENTS GROTE'S (Formerly Stower's Grove), In tho Beautiful Park on Lincoln Highway STOWER'S STATION, EIGHTEENTH STREET ROAD For Engagements Call GROTE'S, 410 West Jefferson St. Phones City 6042 and Main 9392 New Business Management PRICES Everything Positively Sanitary MODERATE bullet-riddle- Yeara Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity If It's For Sale Giro Mo a Call Thirty-tw- o Willard Cafeteria EXCELLENT FARE Opposite PINK VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. R. O. Court House BTnjjWELL, Both Phones St. Matthews 57 Business Manager SEEAIS SESVZD Breakfftit Dinner Bupper City 6910 Crescent 29-- L J, W. HESKAMP OF HEAVY TRUCK e:00 to 9 ao BUILDER BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND 11:00 to 3(30 FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY , StOO to 7:30 Res., Shawnee Incorporated 1863-L GENERAL WORK BLACKSMITH Quick Service and Quality Guaranteed Sullivan Transfer Co. TRANSPORTATION, GENERAIi TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND ST. MATTHEWS KENTUCKY THE "HAYRIDE PARTIES" SHEPPARD Incorporated MFG. 00. General Repair Work, Cleaning and PolLshlng. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. 30G3 1129 WEST MAIN STREET STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 Cornt r Fourth andleffersen CALL US FOR Rraudway at First, Home Tel. HAVE YOUR Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSB8 KeBacky Oonsumers Oil Corapaay KeatHcky Loatorllle MONDAYS ONLY -- ELECTRIC FAT Overhauled now and avoid the rush. LOUISVILLE, KY. Dr. A. Lose, Naturopath, 334 E. Market, Main 2481, cured me from Steam Forgings and Fire Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty Indigestion, which I had many years. At present I feel fine and eat and Ida Carl, 939 Home Phone, City 7804 drink everything. Underhlll street. Cumb. Phone, West 412-W SINGER Sewing Machines AT F ACTORY home. We repair Frank Hariman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1300 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phono Shawnee 122-- J City 6299 WIELAND-CRUTCHER SUITS DRY tOLBANED, (fr- -i PRESSED JdJL.D OE? Childers Elect. Co laeerporated 333-33- PRICES. Easy 'terms. Phone us for free trial on our 1920 model in your any sewing machine. Main 1146 LADBSS' AND GENTLEMEN'S Phone-Ci- ty HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED. DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES ELECTRIC MOTORS, BTO. MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKBT City '6443; Mala 2434 We have one EXTRA GOOD ElecFalls City Cleaners and Dyers Volta. tric Motor for sale. 110-22- 0 Steele phaee. One unamjuoa .Elec ease tric Air Furon with Both Phones 2406 5 WEST MAIN ST. 355 Main Incorporated 00. GARAGE Garford Trucks 124-12- 1. C. DORSEY & CO. Colombia Tracks RKUTLINGER & CO. tReaaiBger IH8URAM0I nX SOMTADO, LIABILITr AND Adolpli Sew, Electric drink mixer. log machine motors. Several aoldei lag Moper, Electric. 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Braes .Klmc Albert, ot Belgium, planM nc ft. tree km the .wmp meexiow n Central Park, New Tork, f ollewiBg the. raonatar trmtinM ctemletiito ih rlt Mine rulers by 2J.0OC New mi ool ehHdrea. . Beveled Mirrors and Beveled Glass Telephone Ctty'6S9S 'UNION SHOBfe OH MADE AND SLIPPHMI 431 BAST MARKBT STRBBT iouisriLLB - - - - KBKfudKY. - . .. rw t; V iliia?' tJ . i, S j. . ', 2 JfcCraPFXSJOBTSr XRIJ&EC JJSKE-m!XCA.1- SWISS CLEANING BAEiasoH1 -- aaanaaaBai I We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupens. MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. OF Herman Straus nawmwee retWTtvvgHye & sons f market STum I We dive and Rem QeJd Trading; Stamps. Z0 YOU KNOW AS0U7 OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? Carpets and - Rus CONFIRMATION Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. SWISS Thirty-secon- CLEANERS INCORTORATK) AND DYERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. FATHER DREY'S JUBILEE JLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT SCHOOLS SCORE VICTORY. til three years ago, when ho was The oatstakding 'features of this method are placed on vthe pension list Ho was Attorney General Alex J. Next Wednesday the Rev. Celes-tln- e a member of the Italian club and its convenience in making purchases without any Brcy, pastor of Holy Cross could speak six languages. He is In an opinion given at Lansing d church, and Broadway, survived by his widow, Mrs. Rose ruled that tho proposed amendment considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of one of the most zealous and popular Gatto Camozzl, 2127 Portland aven- to tho Michigan State constitution designed to abolish paTohclal schools is priests In the Louisville diocese, will ue, and by a cousin, Lawrence baying oa the Olab Plan daring oar various sales ' contrary to tho Fodoral constittulon have the subline privilege of celebrat hat.w PRICES. Whatever Is the price of the AT ing tho twenty-fift-h and should not be placed on the bal anniversary of his ordination to tho holy priesthood. lot In November. Mr. Groesbeck RECENT DEATHS. goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also cited the fourteenth amendment of This vent is one of real import to Club Flan customer. the price to a Household tho congregation, who have made elathe Federal constitution as prohibit Sunday night Mary A. Curley, To Go With Confirmation Suits, borate preparations lor its observwlfo of Owen A. Curley, lng tho States from abridging tho s There is positively no advance ance. Father Brey will celebrate passed to her heavenly rest at tho privileges and Immunltlesjof citizens. his jubilee mass at 10:00 o'clock family home, 948 South Fifth street adding that while the State has the There are so "confidential arrangements." Wednesday morning, and there will A woman many virtues and gen- undoubted right to rogulato private It is conducted apon an open basis with a fixed also 'bo special masses for the chil- erous harHofshe leaves a wide circle schools It cannot go as far as to ab dren and the living and the dead of of friends to mourn her death. Her solutely prohibit them or prevent chedale of ratesr The first payments sad. the the parish. funeral took place Tuesday morning thoso who desire from attending ' monthly payments are the samo to all. them. Constitutionality of tho pro Tho jubllarlan, the Rev. Celestino from St. Louis Bertrand's church. New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' 1 Breyi was born near Whltesville, In posed amendment was questioned toy Daviess County. He is a eon of tho thirty-seve- n tho Rev. L. A. Linn of tho EvangeliWilliam J. Leonard, First Commumsn and Confirmation Wear. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS late James "W. Brey and Teresa Rose years old; a well known and re- cal Lutheran church of Saginaw, Drury. His paronts were both of a Mich. It would make it unlawful WHiUl'MCtt'lOli If.flllitttSitlt'iitrilftttft'fttt'ftttffff't'i't""'""" good religious stock whoso families spected resident of tho West End, for any person to instruct children gavo "many children to tho service of died Saturday afternoon at his between tho ages of 'five and sixteen home, 2055 Portland avonuo. Ho is in other ' God and their fellow man, tooth in Both Phonos 1323 Auto Delivery than public schools. widow, Mrs. Llnnie tho religious life as well as in civic survived by his "It Leonard; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. torneymust he conceded," said tho Atwelfare. His early training no reGeneral, "that the business of Leonard, and by three conducting ceived from his father, who at one Thomas a brothers. Funeral services were not only and operatingveryschool is time taught school for the benefit of held at St. Cecilia's church Tuesday nature, lawful in its 212 WEST MARKET STREET. his youthful neighbors, lost they morning, attended by many mourn but also praiseworthy and honorable. might grow up in Ignorance and evil ing friends. It is plain, too, that school property HIGH GRADE COFFEE paths. As 6oon, however, as it beas such is devoted to a lawful use, to came possible tho jubllarlan attended from which it follows that there Is Coffee lb 40c to GO Monday morning the funeral of the new established parochial school Mrs. Bridget i Tea, lb 80c to $1.25 Fahey, nothing in the character of tho busiO'Connell at Whltesville. Having completed sixty-foCoco, lb 40e years old, who died at ness in itself that in any way makes 'honor, his course at Baking Powder 30o to OOe That way has grown ud out or the common his father andtho school withthe fine Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital it inimical to tho public welfare." pastor noted par tube , 90 Extract, ! talents and religious character of the following an operation, took place Pie Filling experiegce of mankind. 25e ORANGE COITP FUTILE. from St. Mary Magdalene church. Egg Mitt (20 ogga for 25) lad and decided to send him to St. 25 Sho is survived by three sons, WillMary's College in Marlon county. He Despite tho efforts of tho Ulster iam, Edward and John Fahey, and attended St Mary's College during two daughters, Mrs. James Warren Orangemen and the British soldiery SAVINGS ACCOUNT tho years From '86 to '87 Fahey. Mrs. Fahey to provoko disorders In Ireland on ho attended Cecillan College in Har- and Miss Mario East Caldwell street July 12, tho press reports record nd lived at 230 din County. His decision at this and was the widow of John J. disturbances, which indicates that It is the evolution of a hundred years' expe time to devote himself to tho priest- Fahey. the Carsonites aro being entirely igFor Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. hood caused him to enter St. Josrience. nored by tho Irish ipeoplo. Tho only eph's College ' at Bardstown, which More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total Mrs. Catherine Davern, seventy news bearing on Orangemen's day company. Open an account with this was at the time tho diocesan prepa- yeara old, widow of Patrick Davern, was tho following, cabled on Sunday deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the ratory school. St. Joseph's being from London: people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. died at her residence, 436 South Massing closed in 1888, he was sent to St. great bodies of troops Nineteenth street, Tuesday after In Ireland of during tho last few days UNDER THE BIG Charles' College at Ellicott City, Md., noon, CLOCK and tho news was received ana tho barricading of tho main MARKET AT SECOND where he completed hl3 classics. In September, 1890, ho entered St. with expressions of regret by the roads leading to Dublin, Belfast and Columbia Building Fourth and Main. Mary's Seminary at Baltimore, where older residents of tho West End. most is survived by two sons, John x he completed both courses, that of She Martin Davern, and by a daugh- - cities, of tho southern toand western has given rise The Oldest Trust Company in the South. sensational reports of big Government coup phllosphy and theology. He was or and terin-Ja' Mrs. James Davern, In- about to bo a brought off in which all dained subdeacon and later deacon dianapolis. Funeral services wero of tho Sinn by His Eminence James Cardinal Gibleaders held Friday morning at St. Patrick's thousands of Fein members and many the would be bons, in Juno, 1895. On account of church, where for many years sho CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO nettedi London, in Government cirtho pressing need of priests the Right was a devout communicant, cles and out, Is buzzing with expect Bishop McOloskey. of Louisville. Rev. CHESTERFIEJL PIEJMi?.NT-- J ordered the young levito to prepare . Announcement of the death of tatlon of somo serious outbreak In ' Ireland on or about Orange day, at onco for orders and ordained him Henry G. Scbulten on Tuesday night .LUCKY STRIKES SWEET OAPORAL July 12. The Government Is keepto tho priesthood In the Cathedral of $1.70 Per Carton. Louisville on July 21, 1895. He was spread a feeling of gloom through- ing the real meaning of Its military at once sent to fill the place of tho out St Vincent do Paul's parish and maneuvers there a complete secret, AT LOWEST PRICES. crlcles but men close to administrative AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES Rev. Charles Haesley at Fancy Farm, In Catholic fraternal society past he heads say tho entire purpose and Ho of the city, where for years who was absent on INCOKPORA.TBD had been an active figure. He was distribution of guard? is to provent realized 'the wishes of Father Haes Preston nnd Jefferson 213 West Jefferson years old and was Secre a serious clash between the Ulster and. !Lace ley so well, that he was desired as thirty-fiv- e permanent assistant. Tho Bishop, tary of the Central Committee of volunteers and the Sinn Felners. It 43 the however, noting the needs of tho who Catholic Knights of America, Is pointed out that no large bodies final obsequies in missions, sent Father Brey large attended the Surviving him' are of these organizations can bo mobil Penwick numbers. to take charge of these in November, his widow, Mrs. Catherine Schulten; ized when tho British troops so effectively control tho roads. OfficialNo-vx- r '95. His labors hero merited the ad- his mother, Mrs. Mary Schulten; ly It is said no miration and love of thoso under his four young children, two sisters and change In that there has beenproMarket St. 415, 417 and 419 tho Government charge. Father Haosley's urgent one brother, Funeral services took gramme for Ireland. The situation pleas Anally persuaded tho Right place yesterday morning, Rev. is so critical that tho (Incorporated) "THE OLD ARMORY" ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF Rev. Bishop to permit Father Brey Father Thomo officiating at tho re- provincial newspapers London and all aro reto return to his assistance in Sep- quiem mass. SOUTH SEYENTH STREET fraining from commenting on It or tember, 1896, remaining there until printing reports of the military AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED November, '97. St. Rose's parish of TWIN CITY LEAGUE. preparations. doverport having become financially SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. AIL HEM IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. The Cork Court House was occu, involved and being In sore distress, Jupiter Pluvlus Interfered some- pied by troops, who erected barbed - 800-PHO- N Answer to Your Homo Heating Problem. jixtxxx lO-SBrey was sent there to save what with tho schedule of tho Twin wlro entanglements, sand bags and Father Oity35 tho day. He took charge of Clover-po- rt City League Sunday, Mackln Council othor defenses. The troops removed judgment and not toeing able to got a team after the a Republican and soon his fine which had prudent leadership brought order sudden shower, while tho other clubs floated over the building lor several " and progress into the affairs of tho had patched Hneup3. The St X. weeks. "With a Five Year Guarantco. parish. Ho paid all the Tomaining Cheapest Coal, Wood or Natural Gas. debt with accumulated interest, continued its winning streak, boating Burns the tho C. M. A,, while the Hibernian AMERICAN riLGRIMS. Whilst making many needed im- club hung onto second placo toy boatSaves J33 3 per cent, on fuel. And cost! no provements, he made St. Rose a ing tho K. of C. team a Tho pilgrimage season at Lough more than other first class furnaces. 6plendid and model parish, free of all Knights of St John won its Derg, Donegal, Ireland, has Just debt and very flourishing. On August game on tho forfeit of Mackln. opened and will continue till the PAY LATER. BUY NOW. e 1, 1912, the Right Rev. Denis There is much Interest in the coming feast of the Assumption, August 16. appointed him pastor of Holy field meet of the Twin City Leaguo, A vast crowd, Including several in Louisville. Hero which will (take place at Eclipse Park Amerlrans, have come already to Cross church his w6rk is so evident that it were on Sunday, July 25, and tickets will tho famous Island where Idle to try and portray dn words to be on sale at the differentt diamonds St. Patrick himself prayed. No INCORPORATED. rcS2f his people what his works show tomorrow afternoon. This will give other pilgrimage In the world equals forth. Holy Cross parish is to he tho fans who enjoy the Twin City the rigors of St. Patrick's Purga521 WEST MARKET STREET. the privilege of The penitents fast for three City 9384 congratulated upon celebrate a Jubi- games at Shawneo Park an. opportun tory. on Main 2382 having the honor to a single meal of black tea ity to help the league meet its annual days lee with so noble a father and shep- expenses. Every fan, man and wom and dry bread Discarding boots herd. May Holy Cross be permitted an, boy and girl, should buy a ticket and stockings from the moment they for many more years to enjoy the tomorrow to prove that they aro loy- land, they do not put them on again guidance and fostering care is the al supporters of the amateur play- until the third dajf when about to prayer of many hearts. All friends ers. Tho standing to date: depart. Tho stations ore performed INCORPORATED and brethren of the clergy join In W. L. Pet. barefooted over the sharp stones of wishing Father Celestlne Brey a most St. Xavier Alumni.... io rain o 1. 000 the rocky Isle. In 'drenching may 1813 and sweltering heat,"pllgrlms cordial "Ad multos annos." Hibernians 3 .700 be seen engaged ill 7 this devoCath. Men's Ass'n J5 5 .500 tion. Social distinctions disappear. BASKET riONIO. 6 Knights ofColumbus . 4 .400 Wealthy and poor, gentle! and simple, BLINDS AND MILIAVOItK. SASH, DOORS, Knights of St. John.... 3 7 300 commingle and are alike. Tho sight The Columbia Athletic club will Mackin Council Louisville, Ky. 1 .100 typifies 9 JBrooka, nil A Sts. the faith and asceticism of have its annual all day basket picnic WBdtfWmWL Ireland. Last yoar there vwere for members and their friends tomorTEST FOR COLONELS. pilgrims. "The Prior' of the row at Stowers' Grove, on the Eighteenth street car line. Admission Tho Louisville ball team plays Purgatory, Deau Keown, is, warmly will 'bo by invitation only, which in- again at Minneapolis this afternoon grateful to America for its generous MILL WORK LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL sures a select gathering. Commit- and closes tomorrow with a r. encouragement of the projectjto build tees have made extensive preparaFrom there the team soes a church worthy of tho national tions and the amusement and ath- to St Paul for a series of three saint. BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER letic features will be varied and games, and from there Jumps to Tolmany. This is the event of tho year edo. Theso three series aro itho real CHATTER TO CONVEN. for the young men of this enterpris- tryouta (for the club on this trip, as 418 to 480 X. Sreekisxldffar)teBe& Turd and Kwltefc, offaa ft St. Catb. ing club. Next Monday the annual chapter of Milwaukee and Kansas Cdty wero not expected to iurolsh stirring opposi- the Franciscan order will convene in VINOENTIANS. tion. If the Colonels can get more Cincinnati. "This chapter makes the Phone Wet and City 12. Sixteenth and Maple Sts. than an. even break with theso three changes among the priests at thel va TJV1POSSIBE WE DO Tho feast of St Vincent de Paul leading teams then prospects aro rious Franciscan churches and (atWHAT OTHERS will be celebrated toy the St Vincent bright for being a pennant contender tends to the business coming befbre GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING ALSO EXPERT WELDING AND de Paul Society on Sunday. July 24, before October 3, which is a long way the heads of the order. Until tne , BRAZING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE at tho Sacrtd Heart church, Seven- off. Outside! of St. Paul's eleven chapter convenes it will not be teenth and Broadway. Rev. Patrick game lead the; irace is pretty close and known whether changes aro cop- Walsh, the pastor, will celobrato tho If the leaders would, run into a tomplated in this city. Where work la Wkere the mass and all the conferences in the streak of fcjd luck the flag winner brlghteet ; dOMt city will attend and recolvo holy cum- - would still le hard to name. The TWENTY'SICOND AND MAPLE STREETS ST. PAUL'S CHURCH riONIO. Night fall Seath 2017 munlon in a body. In 'the afternoon local fans are showing great confila Where eookiac Where the work 'Dr Call Shawnee 9078 the general meeting will toe held. dence In thA team, a revival of inThe confmlttee of arrangement real fast terest being phown following the un- representing St. Paul's church oft Where bakk gtraa Aa the aaeal PASSES. called for newspaper crusado against Pleasure Rfdge, announce everything j Where POLICEMAN VETERAN light; eeeked best) the olub management. In readlneff for the big picnic to boU HARVEY-JELL1- C0 Where dredge ia aai ai given nexl Thursday at Stower s Where the range otaadi Jeremiah J. Camozzl, eight Ow test REPORT. years old, patrolman, interpreter and DEX Grove. 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