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Board of Flro Underwriters or Uie owners are just as well pleased. In nearly every Instance u seems tjiui Irish American u OiKfiMI PHONC: HOME O M HMN lyUv lw!Tak)i6Trfri Hvtry Drlrer an Hscort l8eorperaW4 VOLUME XLV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. PRICE "FIVE CENTS. known as the Irish Volunteers,- - keeps order at all popular events when not Interferred with iby tho army of occupation, takes charge of the booths g . Li and ballot boxcs at elections and provides guards for members of the Republican courts. Commissions go George Bill Suspends Trial by July the llro gets a good headway by some Trom city to city with rofererico to one forgetting to .bring this or that nnd Gives Police I! load Search Out at the revival of tho Industries of tho TKlitotl Over Gov. Cox's Prospects In necessary tool or wrench. WCCk SINGLE THOUGHT. TJrnnflw-iIflflt 'CI..V. onl tile TWO SOULS WltHfBUTCA country and the development of her Powers. Kentucky Xcxt resources. These commissions nio pld hickory firemen must nave forgotten, to bring ladders as they were announced In public 'buildings such nphHnir the fire from un in a neigh as town halls. The English army of pret-t-v occupation takes possession of those Provides For Wliat Closely Approachboring tree. Would have tooen halls and declares tho Commissions touch If no tree was near. It is ' es Mnrtlnl Law nnd Drastic local 'illegal' and put the members of the Drop reported that some of Committee Campaign Commission to the trouble of finding Penalties. ' one of tho Are captains, who alter another place for themselves in the Beckham and Bcwaro of Blng-hnby playing in a Dana town. same nates his duties Press Treachery. They "' on an excursion boat. "Tho most striking, however, of all on him, howtho Dail's activities Is tho formation British Soldiers shouldn't be too hard A"o Being Reinforced ever, as ho is probably trying to ralso and functioning of tho Republican Bcpubllcnn macourts, criminal and civil. In many by Dally Arrivals 1'rnm Across - tlint $25 tho local Republican Machine Promises Slinw- chine is assessing each pollcemnn instances tho Volunteers havo de-- Chnniicl. Don't tell tected the perpetrators of crimes with nnd fireman Just now. reo,Pnrk to Colored Voters If A which tho English Government wore this hccret (?) to near Major Smith, 3 k" Agnui Successful. trying to smirch Republicans and Paul Burllngnmo or any of tho Men's Federation, as they are bitterly opbrought the delinquents before the posed to political assessments of city Republican courts, where they aro I ins; i PORTS.jBEIXG ci,oseJ p Remember that's a sec- employes. successfully dealt with, TJiltepub-- . COPS' JUG BAND. rot. KEYSTONE Heres anocner secret, iao lican courts have successfully comtChesley Club has advertisements in pelled restitution of stolen money tho fire houses and police stations, J. M, Danvir, American Press corjiind, adjusted various other offences Kentucky Democrats are pleased which is against the rules, but just BUMicLiiiiua u joar iuiui uiuy Jiuu Kiueu respondent, cabling from London ojx with the progress of the Cox cam- as love laughs-- at locksmiths so does committed. Sunday, says that "In addition to J.hq paign in the" Sta,to and tho leaders tho machine "Tho civil courts, by their strict are willing to predict that It will laugh at rujes or laws. probity and tact, havo succeeded in suspension of trial by Jury In the ' Show a .strong reversal of reform oyer Tho Kentucky Irish American tip settling to the satisfaction of all par- now crimes bill for Ireland, which'" last November's election and give o'f last week went through in Tegard ties many complicated disputes, such Premier Lloyd George will introduce' Cox and Roosevplt a substantial to the investigation of Detectives na titles to fand which (had ombittor- - in Parliament Thuisday, I am ablo Oox's visits to tho McGalin and Keller, who beat up a to say that It provides for what close pluralty. ed neighbors for years. In short. ly approaches martial law in Ireland, State In the last yoar or two have soldier so viciously that a riot start nobody has a bad" word to say of is woh him a Wldo support, while Hard-- 1 ed at Third and iLIberty and tho enthese courts, and all feel that life, Trial by trial, with a courtsubstituteu composed ing is practically an unknown. tire reservo Second district was needfor jury liberty and proporty are safe to the of civJl and military; nrembors,:nQmi voters ed to savo them from a mob. Paul, Another reason Is that the extont of their jurisdiction, which is have In selecting Morrow ns Gover- Joe and Louis Y. held one of thoir every day extending. Their success nated by the crown, and a high court Judge presiding. Tho prisoners may nor tho reigns of our State Govern- SECRET sessions and brought in tho and the credit they hare won from also be London for trial ment wore turned over to Boss Tobe usual whitewash report. The Board all sections of the community is Eng- Instead removed totheir cases hoard Prison Warden of "fixers" said that the soldlor was of having Hert, tho land's most serious difficulty In Ire In Ireland, the scene of the crimes ot and politician. A significant fact Is In a fight with a negro, but they ncx-e- r land today. It is no unusual thing which they may, botccuged. Drastic Uiat you do not run across any Demoevplalned why the negro wjis not for English Judges to come to th,eir penalties are provided "fofYho posses"'bragging" that they bolted arrested or even summoned ns a crats courts ana to una noimng ior inem sion of file arms', or tho harboring of for "Howdy Ed," tho and voted Possibly ho Is a (Republican to do, all the cases having heon listpowers '"rousing orator." Morrow's hand- machine worker and must not bo dised for hearing by the Republican reheis, and aimosrunnmitea police "case, the holdup turbed or annoyed. of search is conferred on the ling of the Lockett The Probst-Roac- h opposes liberty for the'people of Ireland, while thepro- courts. Solicitors plead before these John Bull of tho race track people by placing case has "been dropped by the courts and if a defendant has no leg- and military authorities."Celtic, due at niDition ianatic opposes iioerty ior ihc pcopieoi America. The White Star liner a lot of incompetent hirelings In Board since Chairman Paul explained al representative the court appoints Queonstown Sunday night with 8O0 fat" jobs apd similar acts have that Probst, who threatened murder, ono to watch his interest. been city, passengers about awakened the voters to tho was an L. & Jf. railroad detective at ' & ' I? "I believe tho trouble in Belfast ordered to for that direct hasLiverif proceed to fact that in Hert's Governor wo are East St. Louis. Some say that the lias originated, as I know the recent pool. It is surmised the Baltic, on in for tour years of Republican mis- board had just appointed Probst for trouble In Derry originated, through management and political Jobbory. tho second time, that accounting for of Austra.Ithe connivance of the lEncllsh armv which Archbishop Mannlx will bo dl- - . However, this will all react In Gov. his badge and gun, but accepting tho lia sailed from New York, of occupation and the support of Vected to take a similar course. Tho Cox's favor and the "Morrow Demo- board's story, iwiy doesn't uunm-gnm- o English capitalists as typified by says neither White UX cratic voters" will redeem themselves havo, "IfowdyEd" Morrow Lord LondonderryIt is a note- Press Association r sr ? Tthis fall. a requisition forTrobst, who is worthy fact .that In Derry, at all Star nor Cunard liners will call at' e passengers count of tho two daysndvanced The suqeess of tho Democratic nt East &U Louts, ns l'aui says, wear. oventa, the English military did not Queonstown to disembark , ticket will depend, however, on tho Ing a badge as railroad detective. " until further notice. oftlm pilgrimage1 to Europe. begin to 'protect' tho citizens until The Knights will prijseat a Jeweled conduct of the campaign by those In From Dublin the Associated Press Music hath charms to soothe the tho Republican army took up that 'Man5-nlbaton, costing-- s$15,0hD, to Marshal charge. First tho committee will Kn.vn.cn breast and also tho Keystone that should duty, and the protection afforded by cabled Australia, be Archbishop Foeh In the janto American forced tp proceed have to watch for treachory from the police according to latest develdp- of the English military consisted in direct to Liverpool tho question arls- Courier-Journlf and Times, who inonts. nation, vnoil & statu of Tho Fifth district ponce turning their guns on the Volunteors ma o hrtw ihn nnvarrmmnfr win Pre Lafayette in Metz as a memorial to whilo ostensibly supporting the Dem- station has numorous concerts 'late ii 'Presumably it is the same in Belfast. vent his coming to Ireland. Until a ocratic candidate will knife and un- at night much do the joy (?) of tho Wide, Activities of Groat ..Catholic American soldiers "hyho died In i,.n,i.,, r..ici. r,.;i... r " i4i wurjittiH ui iiunum uro now en- ago France. peraui. was "rdermine tho committoo at the first residents by a talented jug oana, ana v Onler Detailed by tho Supremo ment Hero to Assist President gaged hot In an ordinary strike, but few monthsland In a Ireland, hut thta To offset tills tho right through our center streets the opportunity. In a refusal to assist in the' trans- equired to was abolished. It Is sug- Do "Vnlcrn. Knight. AMERICA'S FAREWELL. Campaign Committee should mall a other night a colored Jug band led"an port of armed men, whether soJdiors regulation might be revived, copy of Congressman It. Y. Thomas' Impomptu parade flanked Iby motoror police, and of munitions of war for gested that itrule regarding Gefern-mon-asw lt n speech on Bingham and his asso- cycle cops and Detective Sergeant Most Rev..j3anioKj.iMannix, people. has iboen thj the desttuciion of their own aearoli of nassenKO'S)aKaFie, ciates to every Democratic voter in Bell, acting as Grand Marshal, It Is of MebourJfoiaBd outsDoken "of This shows how united tho people Jm" Am . jZ...lL. 1 ' xins spwcn vs uc";- - Baid tbat-Be- ll uio htaic. has a iwontierrui hold rftacauitrnctlQu mmrc "ri mi j4ymmi'JSt2A& HStorm&Ca .tti'- iij'aj, -" on ered legiance to the Republican Govern triumphal tour across tho United nions nnd Irelnnd Often Patriotic woik .Described in venrlnted In tho uongreaworau itcc- - i , d tho coiore(i Dand should vismng xreianu linu auiujua-iioiment, sei up ay luomseivos. m snort, ent been given States, sailed from New York Satur Next tno campaign ijmiuii-tc- o attract attention of Bell's old Shel that they will form a Reported. has or' Official Reports. England has neither moral nor conseparate Sen- by vllle neighbor, Chief Petty, who day afternoon and at night was many Archbishop Mannlx " should ondeavor-tstitutional powor in Ireland today bodygaurd for to land. Tho ArchJ na- might add tho negro jug nana as a ator Beckham's face from tho miles at sea aboard (he liner Baltic, he is and depends exclusively on the power bishoppermitted Australia, who has "Coltional ticket. . iFrojn every part of adjunct to tho Koystoncrs. of Sydney, steaming eastward toward whatover of tho naked eword, and no thought- Sunday preaoh- Kentucky comes the ciy, "wo will not ored Keystone Police Band" wouldn't Delegates From Every State nt Pon- fate awaits him in Ireland 4iis narul person believes that she will over been visiting Ireland, voto for "Beckham," and right now sound so bad and they would fit right ed a sermon sympathizing with tno tive land a visit to which has been England Has Neither Moral Nor again have any other." Six years In with the mounted Keystoners, who tifical Mass in St. Patrick's he is hopelessly beaten. Sinn Fein. forbidden him by the British GovernConstitutional Power In Ireago Bepkham was chosen tho noml- lead the A. O. of R. T. and 'C. S. and Fears that the Irish situation, ment on his Journey to Rome to see Cathedral. SMALL NATIONS HEARD. land Today. primary by other" colored parades now For the nee In a which is dally growing moro tense, the Pope. help of n a narrow margin with thoassociates benefit of those who don't know the Thousands were assembled On the Durst From London theAssocialed Prose may at any into a general connagra-tloItaly and his Bepubllcan moment aro expressed In A O. of R. T. and .C. S., mean the dock nnd the distinguished prelate gavo cables' that Poland and Ireland During "Amalgamated Order of Razor Tot-equarters in 'Dublin. At in tho mountain districts. was given a dramatic American farePremier Lloyd George a busy day responsible there Is virtually no civil Here's THEIR STEWARDSHIP PRAISED. well. the six years of Beckham's term he and Crap Shooters." As the ship was swung out ENGLISH CAUSE MUCH TROUBLE. Wednesday. the present In addition to presidhas flaunted his prohibition views in nnothor for Chief Petty to add to his in tho Hudson tho Archbishop a ing at a Cabinet Council and dis- law south of the Boyno River except the face of thousands of liberal Dem- scrap book. Hargraves, the St. Paul .figure, distinguished tall, sombro-cla- d cussing theso questions, Lloyd that administered by Jlopubllcan eaeh by clerical robeg as a high church ocratic voters, who were begullded catchor, said .before leaving LouisGoorgo received in tho afternoon courtJj but it Is pointed out that miliactivities of the dignitary day into the supporting him in 1911, but ville this last week that ho had been the- - after the halance ibetweeh Lawrence Ginnell, from 19QG revenge. all over tho globe and never seen Knights of Columbus In reconstruc- deck. His was seen on surmounted 1917 a prominent Irish member till and again in tho evening a deputa- tary finds revolutionary rule growing now await their turn for and eerious face, of tion of Irish Unionists anil NationalIn re- tion, educational and patriotic work by Tho same applies to ithe Irish and police like our Keystoneis. hair, was continually tho British Houso of Commons and ists from Dublin and Cork, who more equal. It Is estimated there aro voters, ferring to the little trouble at Eclipse woro detailed to tho delegates attend- bowed in recognition of the wilfl at present a member of the Irish urged him to grant dominion homo between 60.000 and 80,000 fully supreme conven chorus of cheers wafted across the National Assombly, resent his course 4n tho Senate when Park Hargraves safd: "Why those ing the thirty-eigarrived last rule for Ireland. Tho deputation equipped British soldiers in Ire. he voted against a resolution of sym- - birds woro not able to 1teep the tion of tho order Tuesday by Supremo intorveninfjjwator. In his left hand week In Washington from Dublin to was headed by Sir Stanley Harring- land, and they ate telng. reinforced pathy for Ireland while that op- crowd back and came near getting Knight James A. Flaherty. "We have he hold two' red ros&s, the only floral aid President Do Valera in tho cam- ton, Commissioner for Education In daily by men arriving from across presspa country was uguung ior aia us kiiUed." wore placed moro than 350,000 men in offerings flung from tho dock that paign for Amorlcan recognition of Ireland, and Included a number of tho channel. As a result,, therp Tho n Tho mills led iby Capt. Buckley, Sergeant Bail- employment without cost to thorn," could Teach him. vory lito and freedom With the other tho Irish Ropublic. His arrival on prominent local men, among thorn are more frequent and more gods grind slowly but sure, and or and Tommy Yourell, and the row he said, "and each man at a living hand ho waved a silent hlessing. th!a side of the 'battles betwen"lhe troops and s unannounced until ho Prof. Wllbrnhnm Fitz John Trench, those who have waited patiently for between tho umpire. St. Paul and wage. By this work, I (believe wo Hours before the sjiip sailed men, had conferred with President Do Trinity Colloge. Dublin. With tho the Republican volunteers, who, for their chance will have it this fall. Louisvllio players looked llko a have saved our country some" of the women and children carrying Ameri- Valera relative to tho work he will Promior wero Andrew Bonar Law, a time had things much their own coniody Chairman Grayot and his assistants three-reTho only thing distressing scenes that have heen can and Irish flags assembled at the direct In Ireland's bohalf while In Lord Privy Seal; Sir Hamar Green- way. There have also been more must see tho handwriting on. the wall. needed to complete tho picture was witnessed in the metropoll&os of the pier. He loft Washington on. wood, Chlot Secretary for Ireland, arrests for carrying arms and sediIt was tho greatest farewell America to havo armed tho Keystoners with nations who participated in the war." given a traveler at this port for many Sunday for Cincinnati, whore he Gov. Cox can not carry iBeckham. and ojhor ministers An official rt tious literature, as reportsi to We'll "Throughout tho period of demobil- a year and the prelate was forced virHero in the Fifth district Prof. bladders or custard pies. show, It to oxpeoted thu of the conference will bo issued 'ills American tour. James H. Jtlchmond should secure-th- hay5 to agree with Catchor Hargraves ization," ho declared, "tho Knights of tually to fight his. way thru the number of these arrests Will InGlnnell's stormy career in tho shortly. The conference was a entire Democratic vote and 95 that in handling crowds or near riots Columbus wero close to tho men, throng to ot from 'his automobile to Houso of .Commons and In Ireland one. but at It thoro occurred a crease if tho Government succeeds per cent, of the Independent vote, our Keystone police are "gosh helping them, with their problems, the gateway. has been reported often In America. tympathetic discussion of the entire in Carrying lis "drastic measures" which would make him an easy win- domed good street car boys." in tho Houso of Commons next serving them in every useful way we Baised on the shoulders of a great Elected from Westmeath in 1906 as Irian situation. Congressman Ogdcn, wh Ts ner. The Premier's reception twice of week. RoprfcaJs by policemen and could advise." crowd of Irish sympathizers who a member of the Irish party led by of filling Swager Shorley's shoes just GOD'S GREAT GIFT. Teng of thousands of former serv- yelled themselves hoarse in tribute to John Redmond, ho started a spec- the Cork and Dublin deputation was soldiers on villages suspeotad atcampaign the causo of tho greatest interest in harboring' men. responsible for about on pay day only, Is having a ice men and women were benefited their two leaders. cattle -- driving Presldont Do tacular hard time trying to explain why ho Gov Cox Is an earnest advocate by tho order's educational campaign. Valera watched the great ship being BhorUy afterward with a view of tho lobby of tho Houso of Commons. tacks against the armed forcea of nnd Tobe. "the national figure," as of homo rule from tho town meet- the Supreme Knigbt said. FJvo hun lowed into midstream, and from afar forcing tho Government to divide Here tho belief was expreesod that the crown aro alao expected hare, " styled by the Bingham press and tho ing up, a proven friend of labor and dred veterans ar6 receiving college received a final benediction from the the large estates among the landless the-- vIcwh of men of such high the police being particularly aroused other Republican paper, tno iioraia, of woman suffrage. His attitude to educations in representative universi- venerable father whose air of calm, iwionlo. For this he was arrested on atandlnc in South and West Ireland,- over tho attacks made on their fel ponld not save Camp Taylor for laboc--l- s evident In bis talk to his ties. The K. of C school system has dovotod courage brought volley after Christmas eve, 1907, and sentenced ninny of whom .formerly were op- low members. In tho meantime, tho Sinn Feiners, The Evening Post hit own newspaper employes on tho day grown from one to seventy-thro- e In nosed to 'homo ruio, couiu noi mivo Louisville volley of cheers from sympathizers to six months' Imprisonment. by for a "homer" in commenting on the of his nomination: and ashore. ioift tho TriiSh member created a failed of carefuli consideration ino In carrying on their campaign, havo schools within twelve months was sain m virtually cleared tho country of bar"Tlio greatest gift that tho Al- will grow to 200 schools before the tact that anyway Ogden secured a In contrast to this scene was one tremendous furor by asking in tho 'ho ministers. It rtiheir $2,500 job for Phil Brown, the negro mighty God can give to any man in end of the year. Teachers are paid staged only a short distance away on Houso of Commons, shortly alter tno lobby of Parliament - that tho delega-to rack?. They are now turning where attention to country liouscte Republican politician from Hopklna-vill- public lifo is to permit him to come 25 per cent, more than the public the British liner Olympic, lying at the capture of Gen. Townsend by the tion had urged, the- Government JdU and forcea might bo housed, This brings to mind that the Into tho world under circumstances 'school rate, he said, and this policy opposite pier. There a different Turks of Kut, if the oncmy, "follow- Jrop the new Irish crimes dominion military nunfber of theso have been and a Ireland," substituto a generous colored Republican brother is hack- whioh enable him to know the Ufo will bo continued. The ultlmato aim spirit was manifested. Instead of ing tho English example In last ten days. Whether machine status of the man who works. Proviing tho to inaugurate a sys tho white, yellow and green flag of had yet shot tho captured soldier homo rule measure. conference, the burned during tho order AinM- nn coast cuard atatlons conies of the against tho wall Jn de- dence was good to ma it was my of theof 500 is with, the and Morrow Topublic appeared at every In August. 1917. Ginnell. night tem manding more political pic. All of high privilege to como through the schools. Those schools will foe thrown tho Irish point the flaming colors of winnAnt of his constituents, with view was held in tho lobby that tho for tho purposo ot capturing' explosvantage stopped, it having Premier's alacrity In receiving tho gamblers have leen given ranks. I know the torment of tho open to civilians for nominal fees. Great Britain, the. colored drew from Comnions and returned deputation was highly significant. ives havo that this practice was ImIs not hard to boy who Is without funds and I free reign, while Jt to Ireland to devote an nis enofi The meeting at Cork at which it was perilling the Mvea ot seamen, who Lecturers, in their campaign against guess how the thousands of able know his anxiety as to now no win Bolshevism, have addressed 2.000,-- ' to the Republic. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. to semi tne uopuuraon. iu could not bo warned of marine danaauy niauaB get-a- n education that will help him 000 persons In 700 cities. Theso bodied negroes loatmg TTft wan neain. imnrleoned In 1918. decided Homos 400 Is aaIiIala lit, .nTnlitHtTiaT Tf nnmiTiil- - ' IfCtU London only occurrod Tuesday. Ad- gers except by these guards.Immune, against Now the colored to exist nave conyenoa .,..-- . ri1n.Ynn TOI'S. he Bald. nrlll tnlnv n .l Louisville Circle, Daughters of and immediatelya protested by going ditional significance'' attaches to tho of coast guards are. not coming Into its owh. Cherokeo Park criminal his detention as hunger-strikequip-- . tens of thousands of young people Isabella, hold only ono meotlng durof 4he Cabi- however, and a number of these On fact that a full meeting and Qhawnee Park are dally the the Whitea HouseIn this best In public life ex- -l tending to theoretic radicalism back ing July, but it was an interesting on a successful1 man hold between the two re- have lately received attention. say moat for scene of colored picnics, and they completion Qf his sentence he net was of the deputation. tho in ha mniftt with those . to the ways of common sense. We fact, it isi oommeutedi nothing: nu that In answer to their cry for more v!,.n,v might one for two reasons. Miss Hlnes, was arrested as he was leaving lail. ceptions shall .continue this work so long as Inaland la safe at present that present tennis courts dn Shawnee iPark "Mr, who toil." there js need for It, and there win of Jeffersonville Circle, was 'Regents' bundled Into a prison van and taken STRIKE AGAINST TROOPS. either bo used against tho ropubllr Ohesley" told them to lay low a Wt England, where he report of the and read the to Reading Jail. be need for a long time." MOOXLTOnT, can movomepi oi KepuWicwi urn! b tho event of Indianapolis last was detained till March, 1919. He News Service Btet it. Mr. Flaherty said the Knights had meeting held at The custody on local victory novtycar Shawnee Park wao last taken into mhled from London to the American Mackln Social Club will igive experienced an unusual growth in month, and her addrfess was mucli would he Riven to tho colored folks Also of Interest to others' March 27, thte year, a party of moonlight the most distinguished MARSHAL TO BE HONORED. With what another of Its delightful evening on membership, In tho past year being besides the members was tho deci Encltsh. soldiers visiting nis home press that as a tbsuU (liun Tr.rlnr.1-- I ,. of secret voa-us r park for their own. . afcQUisitions !.. morn residents of the West End excursions next Tuosday Joy will the of in nniiiin at 2 o'clock in the Loul3, leaving King Albert and Cardinal Mercler of sion that, with the Amalgamated Engineers, ""when (Marshal Ferdinand Foeh is and patrons of West Broadway, Mar- tho steamer East St. street al 8:30 Beleium. (member of the tho Board of the Visitation Home, a ing and taking htm to Montjoy JalL tlonandthe no Premier ILIoyd George has beenmm-te- a mado- an honorary street cars Tccelve. the foot of Fourth ket and Chestnut otjd Knights of Columbuo on August 21 Previous to the formal opening of sunset excursion would bo given for ha mm released uiior il ioncertlfy- - tified that these two great mn The colored 400 o'clock. The youngnothing of this tht lad tidings dnatktuMon on Saturday. August detention, tho prison doctors undone tho convention, the delegates who popular elub leye are prepared, unless tho Govern- ho will bo the fourth living celebrity to alo after the Ncw York SHore After much 'other important insr that his health wouiu not per ment shall at once withdraw all to receive that honor, tho otters ilbe-inune niwwmti "i represented every State In the Union, IS. 1WOUK1 01 that houso will not prmlt the fheii friends, mivd for this trifl ware Mexico, iCtiba, Canada, the a buslaeaa the circle adjourned to 'eat mit of his imprisonment. Cardinal Mercler, ArAblsfoop troops from Ireland, tofcacKthelaber women to use th rest room, t tu ninnrti. wilO is xaown not. resolution for a general strike. The Hayos, of New York, and Kins Al17 tord etc., and Porto Rico, attended a again on Tuesday, secured the Kentucky jazz orchestra. toilet, the same as (white folks. will only a a politician but as a austorvan i The soltnn Pontifical mass at B Pat Knights of Oolumbus Jtall. leaders say they wHl &wat the Prem-jer'- e bert, of Belgium.man toMarshal The colored political "bossos have jn. HDI9 MV" jWfc and writer on agragrian bo iduted rick's Cathedral. ATobWMp John from Spa for att answer, also be the first return matter , tarinroa tfhft firreatest'falth In tho abll h.i (t u fthould tlnen be unavailable .. ST. PATIMCK'S WCSfK). tfcn tkdon't know whethor Fir thte v f nn European oiJ. Bonzano, delegate from the Holy See We ly of the Irlsfi Republican Govern- to th United 9(aie, pontificated. BARDSTOWN., win ,iiot await action ny Supremo Knight James A. thov a "klddr" OMrf (" The annual picnic of flt. Patrick's mem to win wurw iotujimi Th sermon was by the Right Rey, tho other labor bodlas, hut ill oVdar will poreonwiy """ul- ,ZvJTV22i oeroro or ot, wt the WHklM HrM lhty-tw- o John G. Murray, Auxiliary BMtop of ehurch will be heW at .Fontaine Ferry Iriah people have Beyer as thovseen their members to throw" down their after the presentabloa J""""1r Mrs. Marth Blford, n I w V""!?1 jwrkt are too faim -Ha praised the Park next Tueatfay, "and tho oowioiit-- t bo unHd and t resolute Repullcan toola aad walk out at ooce.. There K, of C. Marsnaie- mw w horn ia Brl-- , Hartord, Coon, old, did-a- t c now in fttoamd over the ipart acted by his years on iiMXH-of the by Kn44ht' gtewardahfp of tha fiuxla of arraneHt Mort who fa- labor clrclaa French war chief, tanrlYd idy. H a general ma Mn wel nr wmMj town in "TMt raady tor a day of ptoaauro and GTrnmet," he declared . to Mm by tbe American pun- ehiUlr& Mte MM7 Stanford' K. of Ol etatue of Lafayt w wi m i' that Mr. Lloyd Gaore "Acted" totttAaatlon. qpaetai atumunn naa 06rernant la ateln power and and will not before K1bb4 trooi U "HUk" nrwaoLUnd oa the Iriah word, m thi awt atoae ifrom JiMiWiean dara-4- 6 diawkve PaTUamaoi wfeiah of tha siren AnMmr flWMraa'fl part la The do Aiar &11 kind of aerofeftUc 9r- ax! Summ Stanford,- who i vm- was to9ara4 fcaaa adaMattM, of ttta paattimmII is the .Mtri hilt hill at Ortt fwxrn arary aaoUoui of th Ik. faatura hare wlttt ato of una Frefwh awtr. iMfora w ?aap4a, a memom. - oMVWrttoa, waa a4adoBd wt by an Ita acttrWaa. Mkm. ttoyoiw . twt OfcHotW otftfe, LouhrrHl, getttut Iron 1 DEMOCRATS IRELAND r j r 3It .e m , Go-f- . court-marti- al wit-nos- s. -- ',- - T' V 1 - is-p- .t J , , -" K. 0F "t-- - sall-lnf- GINNELL al and-wf- tht .tf'-- H v u ATch-bidho- w SO- "" - iissssfflg rtf-- - three-corner- ed rs ' Far-reachi- lron-.gra- Irish-Americ- who-hltte- rly ht stuo-bor- el be-gi- re-no- oourts-mantf- al prl-vat- o e. any-Mitn- ir n self-sustaini-ng beeiVOH-tablislh- od e. r - Cross-iAUantl- c A - r tei-a- t tht g l-- Phillp-p-ine- u. up-riv- er " Aut -- -i Nunchwir td aa a r - hr - ad awwy-thin- 11 Hni ttti-M- ,.. - Mtli - &" ?dw"' ra-M- ci, I? - JUrw ""- qMa "hkln" taoJJ uw,2t t . I ooan-bmb- Ht Jia-arm- ad &&mm&& 'i.r .,.-- 0 Ba&JXTXJ&Jzrxr xxexara jkJs&BnKX&jijsi. PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 7, 1920 AAAAAAAAAA1rkkAAAAAAAAAkicAAkkkAAAAirAiiA-kiirkA- KENTUCKY IfOSH-- AMEIOGflN. COJUNG EVENTS. i Park. Boated M ftti Sodl and Moul Advtaeemeai of Ifkh Americas mkI Ctbo August 17 Picnic of St. Aloyalus Yoang Men's Offieially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. cliurch, Powco Valley, on church grounds. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. August 25 Summer social of St. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incotpertui. Publishers Ann's church, afternoon and evening. August 28 Moonlight excursion, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE C0PY5c Daughters of Isabella, for benefit of MMter. LouUvlIle Pontofflce at Sccond-CEntered it th Visitation Home. U PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. August '10 St. picnic and outing, Patrick's church at Fontalno Ferry VOTE FOR GREAT VALUES IN l? We believe the average clothing buyer does not appreciate the fact that he can buy a suit at these prices today, in many cases for, less money than the manufacturer would require to replace it. MID-SUMMER . Mfcttt All CewwtlMtloM to U KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 319-32- 1 Wist Lieirty StrL .a 4wH LOUISVILLE,, KY. DENOUNCED AS SL1LIOIOUS. cquhSIi SOGIETY. kAAkk Jas. i Suits For Men and Young Men f Richmond H. CANDIDATE FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920 at Charlevoix. Mr. and (Mrs. Thomas Keeley are made for itself a stanch friend on Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mulloy havo Subject to the Action of tha Democratic Party. whom It could rely at the hour of roturned from a visit in Versailles, News agency dispatches roporting ( need. Why this is not done can only Miss Annlo McGill President De Valera as counseling bo explained on the theory .that for a trip to Atlantic loft last week City and New acceptance of the dominion homo "whom the gods wish to destroy they York. rule proposals in letters wrltton to first mako mad." Miss Edna O'Leary has toeen Repullcan leaders In Irolanbd were several days with friends in TIUIES NEW TACK,. yohotaiently denied and branded as malicious fabrications in a statement Mrs. Paul Fitzalmmone, who was Mlsa Fannio Catherine Canty left given out by the Irish President last for a while, Tuesday with a party on a tour of Saturday. Ho declared that the flag Mrs. with a national reputation are on sale at the East. of the Irish Republic has been a society leadeT of New York, says this store only in this city at these prices. "nailed to the mast" and is not to bo she is going to start a campaign in Come and enjoy a day' outing with us. All kinds of Miss Winifred Brodorick is guest lowered. The tatemont in full is as the United States against recogni- of Miss Catherine Mallory in La amusements. Irish songs and music. tion of tho Irish Republic. Monkoy Salle, III. follows: Don't forget the- - date and place. "Stories to the effect that I am dinners and sensational divorces Miss Anna Sienor, of North Vernon, ability to at- has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank secretly In favor of what is called must have lost their Pooley, Parkview. dominion home rule, as it would seem tract notoriety. from press dispatches, are being sed"Miss Margaret and Mayme Keaney, AGAINST PROIDRITION. ulously propagated at the other side Parkview, were rocont visitors of of the Atlantic as well as there These NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mrs. G. M. Wilson. Archbishop Mannix, of Australia, stories originate as British Inventions Mr. and Mrs. Frank havo or as the fabrications of thoso who gives his views on prohibition as fol- returned from Palmyra,Sullivanwhere Ind., lows: want to hide purely personal antagthey spent tho week's end. onisms to me under the cloak of In "I have Ibeen Immensely interested the progress of prohibition in this Mrs. Thomas Shea has returned zeal for our cause. They arc of the country. It has simply amazed us from a visit to her mothor, Mrs. T. . same stuff and for the same purpose over in Australia. I am unable to W. Jennings, at Westport. as the attempts some time ago to understand it, nor could our people To Miss make It appear that I was advocating over there.countrythink that such a Teturned as this should have Tuesday Margaret O'Neill Va., where On Their Moonlight on the Steamer East St. Louis from Graham, a British protectorate." declared itself dry was the last thing Mrs. Carl Rallston. In the world that one would expect. she visited But 1 understand that over in this ATROCITIES IN IRELAND. Mrs. Martin country you had a great evil in the Ridge, Jr., are Ridge and son, Martin visiting Mr. and Mrs. corner saloon. That Is something Charles G. McGrath in Lexington. The Boat leaves Pourth street at 8 o'clock. Tickets 50c. riots in Belfast aro we don't know anything about in another evidence that an attempt Is Australia, and it may bo that that is Miss Beezie first of being made, under the patronage of what glve3 us such a different view- tho week to Hannan left thoGeneva, visit in Lake (British Government, to goad the point .toward the liquor question. As Was., and will later go to New York. the to my personal Irish people to desperation. The lieve In drastic opinion, whileof I be regulation "riots" were nothing more or loss liquor traffic, I do not and cannot the,'' Mr. and (Mrs. George Burke and b Miss Lucille Burke are active than attacks by armed Orange ruf- Hove In prohibition. That is wrongi gay life of tfie visitors at Bay in the View. fians on defonseless Catholic men and I Mich. Societies of the Irish race in An women In Belfast, tho stronghold of Miss Catherine Broderlck left Mon Orangelsm in the "black north." ica men and women should ob We're Prepared to Do It Promptly day" August 15 as day for Taylorsvllle, to spend tho That the attack was abetted by Gov- serve month of August with Mrs. F. T. and in First-Clas- s Style. ernment forces, as it was in Derry, a combined religious and patriotic Purcell. colebratlon. If you rode a steam traia the length there Is no doubt. Misses Cathryn and Henrietta Falk But it Is not only in the north that of the Broadway street car line now leave tomorrow for a two.wcek's trip STATE FAIR. such outbreaks have occurred. In tho to Niagara Falls and the large Eaast- the cost to you would be about forty southern part of Ireland It is the milMayors of tho three Falls Olties ern cities. cents, itary who have deliberately burned will be Chairman and Vice Chairmon Mrs. George tBeam and children several towns, looted shops and mur- of tho Loulsvllle-Indlan- a day cele- were last week guests 'her parents, After Aiigust 26 the steam road dered defenseless citizens. For in- -, bration at the State Fair Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Hilaryof Bowling, at Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, September 15. stance, we read: This announcement Bardstown. fare would be forty-eigcents. Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. "The sequel to tho capture of was made by the State Fair Board in designating the special days "and Colonel and Mrs. J,H. Haager and The fare we ask for a street car ride Gen. Lucas came at midnight on Sun- nights during fair week, September daughter, Mrs. Cordelia Haager Dance and Wedding Invitations day, when the principal (business, is seven cents. J:he Joint school children Moore, who motored to Chicago, rehouses of Fermoy were wrecked by and parent-teachday, Monday, was turned Tuesday. a Specialty. Doesn't that seem to be a fak fare? soldiers, and thousands of pounds' to have been presided over (by Prof. HOME PHONE 946. y Mrs. Sallie Burns and daughter, ' worth of property was destroyed or O. L. Reid. with Mrs. Harry W. Vice Chairman, but Prof. Zenos Miss Agnes, have returned from a W. S. SPEED, Chairman. looted. The latest news from Dublin E. Scott will be asked to preside. visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Mudd, gives sensational details about tho That night will be Knights of Colum- near Bardstown. JOHN W. BARR, Jr., sacking of the little town of Tuam, bus night. W. H. KAYE, Mrs. Mary G. Mullen will leave County Clare, by British police. The GHRH5H5IW August 10 for St. Louis to visit her COX SHOULD WIN. SFeKJ0D1 018 "? Executive Committee. London nowspapers are featuring the daughter, Mrs. Robert Emmet Calla story under headlines such as 'A "I take pleasure In Introducing a han, and Mr. Callahan. Second Louvain,' describing the acti- man who ia some day destined to b Mrs. E. K. Davern and daughter, vities of tho pollco in indiscriminate- President of the United States," sa Miss Margaret Davern, Sunly setting fire to houses, shof s and very iiev. jonn luavanaugn, former day after a two .weeks' returned West wander, Evelyn Quire, .Margaret MACKIN COUNCIL visit to Brocar, Geneva iClephas, Katherine factories, and literally wrecking tho President of Notre Dame University, Baden and Bedford, Ind. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OP NAZARETH Hamilton, Irono Hamilton, Mary Town Hall and county buildings. on June W, 1913, to the graduating Catherine Kelty. or year, ho then presetf ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF Miss who It appears to have fceen the most ciass mat Cox, Governor of Ohio, guest ofEva Gllsey, cousins,was the ed James M. Misses her two A pretty wedding was solemnized sensational day Ireland lhad experi- tho commencement orator of tho Roberta and Alice Whalon, has to with nuptial mass Tuesday morning Gov. Cox is an honorary turned to her homo at Bardstown. enced since tho 1916 Easter rebellion. evening. at Sacred Heart church when James alumnus of Notro Dame, having takMusketry, grenades and botfibs were en W. Dolana, a popular young man of 851 Sonth Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. tho degree of LL. D. on occa Mr. .and Mrs. used, culminating in terrific fusil- sion of his address. Priests tho pro- 515 West Oak, are Albert Halokamp, the West end. led to the aaltar Miss and rejoicing over tho Carrie Barthelmer, a On Steamer East St. Louis favorite girl of lades. Women and children wore fessors, and especially alumni of the arrival of a "baby daughter, Mary Eor further information call at Presentation Academy. awakened and fled terrified from class of '13 who heard the Democra- Frances, left by tho Stark on July tho parish. Rev. Father Walsh officiated and a large gathering of Tuesday Night, August 10 tic nominee speak in Washington 28. their beds, seeking Tefuge in out- Hall seven years ago, friends and relatives was present to are recalling houses and cellars." the words of the commencement oraMajor Scott Bullit left tho first of witness tho ceremony and extend MUSIC AND DANCINQ AVo are told that there is anarchy tor with added significance. .Thoro the week for Seattle to join Mrs. Bui- Admission $1.10 per couple, ini in Ireland. If there is, it is duo to is much speculation in tho vicinity of !! In aIv wuilta trtol-- 4n .tin the Notre as to tho cluding war tax. the British Government and not to probability Dame campus CavanaugH ents, Mr. and Mrs. "'Charles D, Stim- PLEASURE AND BUSINESS. of Father Boat leaves foot of Fourth street Sinn Fein. Wo havo been told many proving to ido a Presidential prophe son. You will find tho best argument for patronizing us In the Kentucky visitors seen in Now at 8:80 o'clock sharp. harrowing tales about atrocities in anMrs. Elizabeth Caummlsar long list of customers whom wo have fitted with satisfactory NO FAVORITE AMONG! TYRANJ rs. nounces the engagement of her York the past week Tvoro fairly num Belgium during the war. The atroerous, among them toeing Mr. glasses. , Homo, City 4990 daughter, Miss Elsie Mary, to John Mrs. W. R. Sandrldge. Mrs. S.and Cumb., Main 490 cities that aro now being perpetrated Tho cabfflo reports that Archb. H9&OT) B. Scully, Tho wedding will take Kirkland. Misses Mary Hammers R. "A TRUE SERVICE." Wo do not sell glasses as merin Ireland by British soldiers surpass Mannix, of Australia, will not and place this month. chandise. Wo sell ypu satisfactory service. Estella Moss, Messrs. H. J, Anger-- PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS permitted to land in England anything that was ever done in . Mountjoy, C. H. Young, meier. Optrometry Is a profecalon worthy tho name, and wo pracof his recent utterances on Misses Fanny Bobbins, Nelllo Rob- Incorporated tho Irish question. Typical of the bins, Ethel Fuck, Ireno Nlculon, R. S. Squires, B. R. Miller, H. D. tice it in all Its higher branches. utterances for which the Archbishop Mary NIculon, wore entertained Hill. Charles Wellls and F. A. Sand- jfljflwr .0 M JfrrteW" AMUSES MOST PEOPLE. Is to bo punished may ber cited theso Thursday at a delightful dinner by erham. EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' remarks from an address before a Miss Mary F. Melllnger, MIddletown. LAWN FETE. AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING It is rather amusing to have Pre- vast audience in Madison Square New York: Mrs. J. W. Galvin has Teturned mier Hughes, of Australia, announce Garden, are hore," he aald, APPAREL Monday afternoon and evening "We "because after an absence that ho 18s to send a High Commis- you and I believe In tiho iprlnciploa Atlantic City and of two months at St. Auguttlno'e congregation will Now York. Miss hold tho annual lawn fete for tho ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager sioner to America to counteract the so noDiy enunciated ay tho Fresl Alice Hays, who has been (with her work of Archbishop Mannix here. dent of tho United. States. Wo are mother, Mrs. Galvin, went last week benefit of tho church. This body of every otfort hero because to eancerely Hughes sends a furious denunciation 'Principles and because wehold those to Now York to visit her sister, Mrs. colored people inmako making thoir feto S. W. Cor, Third and Walnut Sts. and never fall aro con Vincent Pascale, and Dr. Pascale. LoxTi'1'itte.jqr Of Rjiuii J-- a pj the Archbishop with the announce- sistent. Wo aro here because Wo pleasant for all who attend, Numerous novel entertainment features aro ment He. has good reason to bo fur- have no favorites nmong the t: FRANKFORT DELEGATES. Mrs. Mary L. Swindler announces co- of the World ious at the Melbourne prelate, for he soauence. we and because, as a refl- - the engagement of her daughter, Miss on the programme. want to npply P, The Frankfort Chapter of the has been defeated disastrously in sev- dent Wilson's principles to Engl id Margaret Swindler, to WJllIam G. CIRCUS PARTY. American Legion at its meeting this eral encounters with him. Some and to Ireland as well as to cr- - McLaughlin. The wedding will take place August 17. After a trip East Miss Durrett Oglesby, of Prestonia, week elected Major C. W. Longniire, aaonths ago this same ranter threat- many fetid Belgium." J. B. Waller, delIt Is apparent that a groat m' kny Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin will go to entertained a number of little friends Paul Meagher and meeting to bo held ened to call out the men of persons In Ahis country do not housekeeping at 3606 West Broad of her slater, Misa Sally Bobby egates to the State deAustralia to prevent a St. Patrick's low the plain reasoning of Arch way. Thompson, at Camp- - zachary Taylor in Louisville. The Legion also day jarade. Tho men' came bishop Mannix; in opposition to him last Saturday. Her guests Included cided to celebrate Armistice day. among the Mrs. out, tea thousand strong, .to head .the they do have favoritea when; they days Margaret iHead spent several Misses Virginia Blanford, Margaret tyranta of the world at Bardstown, visiting Mrs. John Sheely, Mary Catherlno Ross, Mary SISTERS' RETREAT. parade and a dozen V. d's acted as come to discuss tho Irish question. Wators and Mrs. Martin O'Brien. Wilder, Catherine O'Brien, Julia Dally and Mr. O'Brien and Simone O. Thompson. a guard of (honor for the Archbishop.' In contraet to their apologies for Last Sunday the retreat of the SisMr. and Mrs. John PHONE CITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY ters of St Dominic, at St Catherine's, BrltMi misrule it la refreshing, to and Mrs, Mark Hlgglns havo returned ciuote tho views an an. honest to their home in Lafayette, sifter a near Springfield, came to a close. KNJOYING A VACATION.. MISTAKE OP ENGLAND. Bagllebma-n-. The editor of tho visit with Mrs. Philip Dowd, 119 This retreat was conducted for ten Manchester Guardian has this to avenue, New Albany. Rev. Brothor Plus, of Baltimore, days by the Rev. V. R. Burnell, O. The Lendon Thnee is reepoMfele e&y: for years Director of St Lawrence P. After the close of the retreat "The natural hietory of Irian statement that the Governfor Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stockton Institute, tWs city, is visiting at St fourteen young women made their NEW STEEL HULL STEAMER PILGRIM perfectly obvious. We Jouett announce the engagement of Joseph's College, ment oontemeMen toag eomplete oWed K,te ell Bardstown. Broth- profession in the Order of St Domiwatered it, cultivated It Dy their daughter, Virginia Catherine er Piua ds a member of the Xavlerlan nic, one of tsem being Mies Catherine Two Trips Every Sanday. Dancing on Boat and at Grove Peart ton home rule to Ireland every imaginable act of greed and WInn, Jr.. order and spends hie summer' Hanrahan, of thle city. New Albany Broadway to John Portland Arrive Grove of the aix counties of Ulster folly, from tine destruction of Ire- Jouett,Lieutesajt Sheridan etatiosed vacation inalways U. 8. A., Kentucky. 9:15 a.m. 1st Boat leaves 9:00 a. m. 10:46 a. a. 9:30&.m. First fMtoded, in 'Cejeonta." Thds merely land's old. imlneiries Ju. the eight- with the TweHth Field Artillery, BISHOP GALLAGtDDtl CHOSEN. 2nd Boat leaves 1:16 p. m. 1:46)). m. 1:3,0 p.m. 3:30 p.m. eenth century attd earlier centurfe Oaa Travis, San Antonio, Texas. SECOND BOAT RETURNING; LEAVES GROVS 4:30 F M. , SACRED HEART RETRKAT. Indicate that the Lloyd George Tory to & war umce' virtual reiustu The Right 'Rev. (Michael J. Galla MOONLIGHT EVERY SUNDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS outfit na bed tt brought home to K. of Ireland' offer to help la the war The wedding will take place In the Rev, Father Miohael, C P. who gher, Bishop of Detroit, has been have got the ripe fH. Boat, leaves Portland 8:00 p. ra. New Albany 8:16 p. m. the Irian problem bw shattered of 1914. Now wegot Hit has been wway for several weeks, has elected NatieneJ President of the to deal, ibMy fruit. Returning 11:00 p. m. Friend of Irleh Freedom to succeed die. Mot ef BrHWk praettfe in the by our We h.ve cxwnmsb. and sood Mies Mary Catherine Xelty enter- returned to the' Seered Heart Heirneen, vtoer of the, rest e the. world. Had eenee, with aTmee 1B00 Bleetrie Ughta Jaws Orohootra wlteee he wee acting rector be- the moet Sev. Peter F. Maceanie, Danafag Steam CaUepe own mak- tained the member of the Eunee S00 r of tHj. Father Matthew, For Information the British Government snowed reel ing, and deal with It m once, end W Club Saturday afternoon at her home fore hie Loretto.'wnere he hi hrte 0. wfco ie now Superior Generalwae tne ana Carmelite Order in JBurope, It The utemtoera are P., to at wnSUnjc 1a Parkland. d te no good sttUmr down end etaeaBttMhfe,4t would J. ' J. MARSHALL, 214 STATH JJTRMBT, XBW ALBAxV, IND. wicked wma. nee come np Mfcwee Mary Kllaabeth Campbell, An- tan day' reereft to tne (Mm nf nounced Moadky night by tbe Nationhnt HOMB PHON1 14I1-tn Irtoh HesubUc one and CUM. PHOKM 1051 al Conned in Mew York. ? Oattrnttc Sentinel, toinette Simon, Katherine Haieel that order, CONGRESS SUITS t. Patrick's Church Picnic I $9.73 $14.75 $18.75 'French-Vanderbi- lt FONTAINE FERRY PARK Tuesday Afternon and Night, Aug 10 KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP LET'S GO ON' A FLYING TRIP WITH THE i VyVYyyYVYVVVVVVVVV- EAGLES MONDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 9 ed WEWANTY0URW0RK . FAIR ENOUGH PRINTING . ht 13-1- 8. er Em-br- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I -- MOONLIGHT EXCURSION NAZARETH COLLEGE OO0DO3BEHt -- i, 1920. Satisfactory Eyeglasses bo-oait-so m.-b- TH0S. J. BROCAR ' ce Automobile Repairing Tubes Accessories Tires Oul-berts- on te dte-dottte- ex-en- He-tre- at, ot-ou- reoof-Dlse- t y A N fc:.-.. . Au' j2H&Ktf$ udf KZEK3DXJ0K:YIRI3E3C JkJMO&mGAJB. Bringing jp 3m.,: ' How jit2enjt2A8c i k 7 rT 1 Amesa wew fob JV Sff7 p& ( V LfraEGIBL -- rr S a ) , ) ll TNt WsP&i: ( (TPK .rwECANr bovl WHVNr 5. A Ta ) . WE USED lr i . V hkLy Y Already-- uj j "Jir-a- fet Jy 4Bsl " $?" AaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-AtVA- SINN FEIN PLAN. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 HAVE YOUR First National Bank "Oldest National Bank In the South" -- 4 4 4 w. AND- 4 Kentucky Title Savings Bank & Trust Fifth St. and Court Place Member Federal Reserve System. K- . Co.1 ,1' Fifth St. and Court Place - 4 4 Savings Accounts Says tho (Chicago Citizen, .tho leadBO? ing Irish paper of Illinois, in referStarka f ence to the attacks on President do rV BiIiaB 1SSSSSS'"BJSBJBBBBJRBBBffBJJp Volera: Bath PhniM "NOyinaitter how devoted a man i "We are doing for savers in Louisville as much as is done for savers in other cities."- may be, if his influence be aot with those who hold Ireland's destiny in JOHN ASSENT between this new Savings On their hands, let him stand aside. In this matter, decision must rest with Ireland's representatives, not with August 10, 1920, 4 be 1, 1920. PIANO TUNER OuNduty in matOrder A Case ters Hibernian is ito follow, not to is in of this step Sent Home lead. It is Idle for some ono to claim 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE superior knowledge or superior devoselfish will cost Bftt&tr tight or Dark. Homo Phone, City 8398 tion. Tho Ireland that fights tho battle and takes the consequences is will be banks the CALL best judge of the tactics ito be purBEST CHEW loyalty, intelligence and Main 467 Cltr sued. Its Banks in New York, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and other cities pay 4 achievement up to date, leave nothCentral Consumers Co. interest on such deposits. Paying such a rate is therefore not an inno- ing to be desired. No matter how Incorporated. you look at the question, tho home- Bourbon County vation nor an experiment. It is what is now done by strong,- Louisville, TCy. land and its representatives here conservative banks in most of the cities of the country. must be given the (right of ultimate decision. So if thero be any dispute UNEQUALLED SMOKE about the tactics ito be pursued, the voice of Mr. do Valera and his advisUasll Docrliocfcr, Louis U. Atuood, W. K. Stewart, John M. Monolinn, ers must prevail. Above all things, We Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Helm Bruce, Embry L. Swcarlngeti, ilalph O. Gilford, Arthur E. Mueller, Rnbbcr and Paper Stock Ireland's cause must not be subordi Joseph Burgc, G. IT. Stocklioff, Ilobcrt O. Judge, Otis W. I'ickrcll, W. E. Caldwell, Hugh L. Rose, nated to the exigencies of American Udr. S. Monolian, James O. Wlllson. 'H'iTJjfflll'lliD g z: LOUISVILLE WASTE politics. Our American politics Is COMBINED RESOURCES OVER SIXTEEN MILLION DOLLARS partisan and ephemeral, hut the -. MATERIAL GO. f-cause of Irish freedom is immortal." 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. FRIENDS OF FREEDOM. P.M. BHHSKX3SZXZSS Home Phone, City 1109 Wo believe that all the real friends LOUISVILLE -- -- KENTUCKY of Irish Freedom in tho United States have unshaken confidence In City 866 63SfffljWPJ West 866 President De Valera of tho Irish Re public and that they will continue to & support (him in whatever ho may endeavor to do while In this country City Elevator and Warehouse towards securing support for the peoHay, Grain and Feeds Phee, in memory of the latter's eon, ple of Ireland who are fighting for LOAFER IS THIEF. ASK FOR absolute freedom. Thore has been The Home of "Quality Feeds" William Cramer McPhoe, who .EJ&rneael died. The site will bo used to some "unpleasantness" between men "A man wo will Joaf on his job LaaitTBl.Ky.' pay for It is a thief and establish a permanent camp for the in this country about his methods of 123 N. FOURTH ST. AND and accent (OntraUJ calt Cathedral choir and sanctuary boys, procedure, notably in rogard to the 218 N. FTFTEENTn'ST. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, is as guilt' ol sin as (he would bo if who are given an annual outing of obtaining of an expression favorable he actually etolo money out of his a week by the parishioners. Each to tho recognition of the Irish ReDouble-Heade- r Sunday. oniployer'a cash till," sold Rev. John year the LADIES' AND GENTS SUITS will ereot a cabin conventions of tho two A. Nolan, pastor of St. Joseph's themselves lads the grounds, so that public by theparties. on big political have read Dry Cleaned and Pressed ....$1.75 Wo church, Cuyahoga Falls, during the in tlmo there will be buildings some of the "recriminations" printed Work Called For and Delivered course of Ms Sunday sermon oa the enough for all. in exchanges and with xegret note vs. Telephone City 2742 unfaithful steward. (He warned those Designs A Estimates Furnished the severity of judgment with which who uto engaged in production that IUBASON TO BE PROUD. some writers ecoro other Irishmen LOUISVILLE CLEANERS & DYERS BLOW their attitude of (producing little and whom they have called "traitors" 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. PURE demanding much in return Is spellArchbishop (Monnlx kas reason to and "enemies" and "friends of BriWORKS 6mm caNtd st 3 o'etotk. Rmmd Sti dm ing disaster and Is making thieves of be proud of the reception accorded to tain," etc. Wo refuse to believe, for Mechanical Air Engineers WHOLESOME them. "A anon who works for anoth- him in Now York and he desedved Instance, that Judge Cohalan and Manufacturers and Erectors of M. BUCKNER er cells his time and takes pay for it and moro. 'For If anyone can he John Devoy are in any way enemies t DUST COLLECTING SYSTBM SAFE. it," he said. "If a worker agrees to said to stand up boldly and uncomalthough wo think We Make a Specialty of Pipe sell his time he 4s bound to give all promisingly lor those principles of of Irish freedom, latter does not do well in WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Work for he has agreed !to. Jle would not government, and the Ideal of liberty that the paper with articles chargfilling his 1TBNTILATING HEATING think of stealing tmoney form his dear to genuine Americans, .that one ing other Irishmen with being abfoet- 006 WBBt'mAIN STREET employer, and yet ho steals time is the Archbishop of Melbourne. Aus tors 644 EA8T JEFFERSON ST. personal of British propaganda, which is just as valuable, for time is tralia is justly proud of her foremost grievances do not properly belong in LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE, KY. - KENTUCKY money, There are somo who believe churchman, and Jho honor given to newspapers that are devoted 'to so that the emnlover is deDrlvlne them him In New York and he deserved Bacred a cause as that of Ireland's SXBYXOB DHAD ANIMALS of what .belongs .to them and conse tho freodom of the city, will do much achievement of Independence. Men Ckar. B. Krapp X. A. JCrapp mabow- quently itihoy seem to feel Justified In to cement the growing friendship be- will differ on'llnes of policy, In their ASUS Homo Phone, City 7005 taking what does not 'belong .to them tween the democracies of the South- "opinions," but to openly quarrel HIGHEST CASH PRIOSS PAID but which they improperly believe ern. Continent and the United States. with ono another hurts the causo that KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Call Home Phoae City 721; the employer owes them. Not only That common interests, in the near all of them love, it is a fault of DR. JOHN P. BECKER Wholesale and Retail do they practice this smful and per- future, are likely to bring those .two many Irishmen to be too vindictive: Cumb. Phone Mala 721. BSXr, PORK, V8AX AMD X.AKB nicious doctrine but they seek (to peoplesjyery close together was indi- when opposed they aTe often disLOU1SVTLLB KBNDKIUNCt CO. OPTROMKTRIST. THH SIGN OF QUALITY others with the virus and cated 'by the Archbishop. Speaking posed to cherish intense resentment All JUbIi of Smoked aCMts poleon of it. We" are all stewards, at the City Hail, where She was the towards those, who hye been their SIS Starks BmiiaiBK. Thlid Fleer HIghl'nd 7413 203 EAST JEFFERSON STRBST . W1hbI we all have to work, and we are all guest of .the Mayor and Corporation, friends and brothers in battling for HAMBLY BROS. 0HOB STORMS Bast 180 expected to do our work honestly and he said: "Although America may not their same ends. And the worst ene FfceieCitr 11M KBNTUOKY Kaik gal, Frea. faithfully and to give value in return want Australia, Australia now and In mies of Ireland have always known All Kiwis of Feetwear For the J. O. JmoIm. B, aafl Traas PRICES THE LOWEST LAUNDRY for he T&4ue we receive, mot the the future, (may badly seed and how to take advantage of this apparWhole Family CO. value we think we ought to tglve but greatly appreciate the help and the ent fault in Irish character. It is a U GRAUMAN A CO. Incorporated Twe HAMBCiY'8 Stores the value we agreed to give and sympathy of the great American Gov- weakness, one of thoee weakness to Ineorporatad DUB1SKE & CO. H. W. 4 which is expected of us. We are not ernment." Those who have studied which strength runs, for it results Shaw. 1716 BMdem 2 All aos of mtH aa4 Underbill St. justified 14 Joafia on the Job. of the trend of the times will readily from .feeling too strongly on matter Mta tmi PertkuHL FIKAXOIJLL fIXVIOl. Cty 7164 killing time and prolonging- the job. understand wnat he Archbishop dear to our hearts. British students l&Xfc and Magarinm Oh. DMrbora tM, Shew Cmh,. OwMtovf, We are expected to do our work as meant. Manager ' of psychology have too often played FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. we agreed to do it, otherwise we are upon this Irish feel tag. 'Meanwhile City 6919 ne Btuar Res., Sltawiiee 186S-- L unfaithfui la our atewerdahip and BLDQ. SISTBR'g GOLDRN JUBILSK. 1 however. It is fine to note that Mr. ty HoBft Phooa, our ineoultr wiM be discovered and Bister Mary Bertha, of Notra De Vatora'e status as the representa' Watch Crystals Htted Me punished." Co. Dame Academy, Boftoo, celebrated tive of the Irish in Ireland remains Watch and Jewelry BepaJring ITATIOVAL SATTIM her golden jubilee receatir Three unaffected by petty differences or ZERR A HOFFMAN iBeorporated HPLKNDID MEMORIAL. nieces of the JubBsJrlan were pres- squabbles. It isAtp to the millions The Radius Jewelry Shop STRBbW V.. J, HOrFMAN, Mgi. US WBfiT JOTBRSON ent Sister Lawrenm Patricia, of of American Irish men and women TRANHPOSTATJON, One hundred and sixty meres of Natre Dome of Norl a Andover; Sis- to stand by him to the end of his OUnmAL 498 80UTH FOURTH ATB. AMD CUUMWM DYHRS th roost beautiful fend a Bsres ter Mary Bfcrtfca, VAULT ntucKs j"ob picnics and the Domlntoan eowrtrr's battle for what ell people Next to Rex Theater Psork. Ookwado, Jtav bee, gives to order, WTrtoy, aid Stater Mecy of Ttont reason and a lore of josttoe "KA1HEDB PABXIXS" GALL FOB AND DKlWft W. M. UMR 11 BJBALTY BunuHira tbe Dmiw Ce4to4niroete ftaUier De .a) of tfh i eters of Meter. f M due JpeWn.--W- eai mx HsBM msp weew wr wnesa , .. "t JL V . 1 all 4 Accounts opened date and interest will allowed from July Every argument except favor the the purely one: That it paid. additional interest that " ably-manage- 4 4 PAY On Certificates. or iseposir. r 0 . jr-' Dennis O'Connell eent tho news Saturday from Dublin that "Sinn Fein has established a system of conscription in Ireland. In tho rural areas where the pollco and military have been driven out by raids and attacks on barracks tho Irish Republicans are carryingout their own form of government, and young men who have hung back ifor one reason or another from Joining tho ranks of tho Sinn Fein volunteers are now pressed to Join up. A Sinn Feiner declared to me today that the Irish cause is now in Its final stage, and every Irishman 13 neoded in the volunteer ranks. There are plenty of arms and ammunition for all was Ms information. The young men in the South and West who have not hitherto joined up did not remain outside because of their apathy to the Irish Republican cause, nor from lack of valor, but jbecauso they did not think their individual services were necessary. It is now being put to every young Irishman of military age to come in. This plan, I am assured is most successful, and it iiaa not been necessary to force any man to join against his will. Nowadays when attacks on police barracks are becoming so common, the Sinn Fein-erin their march to the attack, press every man who may bo of assistance In the assault to come along to the combat. In company with trained scouts these- anen are said to be very useful and save trained men for other more dangerous work." s, - ELECTRIC FAN Incorporated 5 WEST MAIN ST. Phone City 355 Main 333-33- Overhauled now and avoid the rush. Grains and Hops?.. fade from Choices! Childers Elect. Co. WKtt HIDNfc CASH or I CREDIT sSryvSsjS i2eBBjlSSBU S?i'1 SIDNETC BSjVXaBSJBPSBBBBBH I. .Ml DIAMIIMIH -- SOS W. Jefer-- m St. there's! CORNS,BUNIONS tofrtwhf Md WFi St? ttrsl Dr. NiH SclttfkHf TntM in every cr smite .; IRELAND'S SPOKESMAN. s 4ffl t'ew sK?Mil fiJMpB-c 'sA. nt Uriah Z. Lltsiy CbirapealBt I 4 asftnadk every Swallow Oil Irish-America- 1 0 d, 4 Twist 4 DIRECTORS 4 4 Open.Saturday Until 7 4 4 4 4 4 -- 4 4 001-00- Jw Oscar Farmer Sons EWING'S DAIRY BASEBALL LOUISVILLE I PRODUCTS MINNEAPOLIS LIBERTY PIPE J. HWK nuon Frtk ui 1S-1- - 401-7-- INTKR-SOUTHBR- N ww Sullivan Transfer mnt lt OLliHIRG hm air f EOMcarajOBEar ibcjcwbc AaaEMeiOuSLB.. ranging Up ;BilU- - I ALwavs- CCTT 4 LETr-ova-zr - - A T&sfc N- i n ii ,H it wiMV llli I II i i li W A YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYy aAAAAAJHHrAAAAAAM 111 I nnwaM HELPING AUSTRIA. & )tt.s: reATuafc swviq, k oa. , 'a trv "The First Financial Literature I Have Ever Understood" Is what a Louisville lady remarked after reading our illustrated circular Monalsnor Francis Q. Kolly, President of tho Catholic Church Exton-elo- n Society of Chicago, and Ror. Thomas Shannon wero last week In London on their way to Austria to organize an American Catholic relief. Thoy oxpeot to start ifrom London In a few days, taking a large sum contributed by American Catholics. Thoy will investigate tho conditions and the needs of tho Austrian people. BRITISn OFFER INSULTS. Bishop Thomas, of the Episcopal diocese of "Wyoming, who had boon attending the Anglican Church con gress in London, is reported saying he was surprised and pained by fooling among Englishmen. Ho is said to havo stated that ho and his wife and other Americans were insulted by hotel servants, bus conductors and others, and that tho only apparent reason was that thoy wero Americans. FOCH SELECTED SITE Marno will be piously xomombered by STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN GROVE EVERY SUNDAY 9 A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. MOONLIGHT TRIPS SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 8:15 P. M. Dancing: Free. Music by Myers and Howell's Union Orchestra. r - " SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION describing the Louisville Gas & Electric Company and its 7 Preferred Stock'. & - - : GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY L , 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Phono City 0574 lAxt you looking for -- an investment that will give :- .- you- - -- -- i V- - ;? safety of principal substantial cash income regular and prompt income payments freedom from worry no delay or expense of collection .i..i. 1T A NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE VISIT BKAtTXTFCI. Those who foil in the battle of the INDIAN CAVE seven miles of underground and two routes make It the grand-e- rj of all the known smaller caverxuC Tnlie the Cliurlretown "rollcy,,, Interurban Station, Thin Street. Auto partlea will find rood roads all the way. Cave open all the time. Uoala, refreshments, etc. Special Ilatrs To Of Ten Or More. Write Indian Cavo Co IVwIsrflle, Ky. Phono Shawnee 1915. won-dura Foch. Tho spot is on tho banks of tho rivor Dormans on an elevation commanding the fields where the decisive battle of the war as it afterwards turned out was fought. It was at this point. Marshal iFoch fs quoted as having said, that the Gorman offensive was halted and tho tide of tho invasion was stemmed. . IGNORE BRITISH COURTS. a beautiful memorial chapel which is to occupy a site selected (by Marshal nith Seacon CUAKLESTOWN, IND. now open. New dliicOTerlee an investment 'for you one in which more than ' Louisville citizens have already placed their money. ; One thousand dollars- invested in this security will net you - We have .such 1,000 j- - wt.i $70 a i year. Cumb. Phono, Main 9122 Homo Phono, City 2720 HOT AND COLD WATER Sinn Fein arbitration courts in Ireland 'are taking tho placo of the British courts oven in Ulster. Of BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH the 130 anon summoned to act as pet- RATES REASONABLE ty jurors in Belfast last week, only 119 SOUTH THIRD STREET, Bet. Market and Main nineteen responded when court open ed. More than eighty of the mtnety- flvo anneal coses ibofoxo tho tribunal ; CinOKEN DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY havo been withdrawn and entered be--' lore tho Sinn Fein court, which has already decided most of tho cases. VISIT C. M. SUMMER GARDEN It can not be said that the Sinn Fein government is not functioning In Ire FOR BEST STEAKS, CHOPS, ETO. land, GIBSON HOTEL SCHELL'S t i Improvements and extensions to the gas and electric this opportunity to invest your funds to splendid advantage afc.home. : POOR CHILDREN'S nOME. A splendid vocation home for poor, sickly children, established hy His Eminence Cardinal O'Oonnell, Dixie Highway, Eighteenth-Stree- Road, At Glcnbrook Station Cumb. 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It is Weekly Savings Club START 8NE THIS MiNTH WITH THC South Louisville Bank Foartk aad CeHtral Avenue ir Yffv V" C &,w jfbed.jc: LOEMKR f Vat' -- Jf itm. ?i p last Utt v Sssm' THE VERY BEST FOURTH AND O STS " INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT " INQUIRY COUPON "l Louisville Gas & Electric Co. rr fl OF KENTUCKY J" 3 Mk West Chestnut Street LOUISVILLE &- - Louisville Gas &. J Louisville, Ky. ' ; me your investment literature. Please send s Investment Dept. ., Electric, Co., " 1920. ," -" ' , H. M. BYLLESBY COMPANY- - -- ; Fiscal Agents Name Street Telephone , .. ". ... bsJ TEHffl SI8TERS TO IiABOU IN ORIENT. FLAG TO TRAVEL IN STATE. HOOVER 1 TJ35Js6'fBsSS5swSB!i3vt:a THFPENALTY JmuuiMit tukMH is malt or year rH. VbUm 70sasrlseMa im Tw bars tn tMtoa aow.ye' skeala tkw W inulit yoar M, wH tha yrerlpUa tox Vkt flum kw4 Mk tkm la omr on ikM, out el th Wjrh. mat sUatelat, at fr-Mttrj Electric Sactioa Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEf S " AS IT CLEANS ftTV Tafel Electric Co. City 985 S86 WEST JEFFJEKSOX Main 3$8-- 113 XBatdMbMMYiB' To m4t tka tHt ox nrrlsa MUI. ( Flume. Cltr 4386 Ouab. Pboae, Mala A ODaMUU. MtA OOtMetlMMI mmw MHlUf ftMatevMom.' w Joseph HabbuchSr.& Son Dealers la WALL PJLPMt AMD EUOi VAUM Omr HAL BXiDGM 11M41M WIST MABKKt ST. house, StMary-o-h- e dounty, Ind., August 15, there will be announced the names of the six Bletera of the order who will leave thte summer tor work la the Province of Kswb Honan, Qhiim. WJien It wa decided at St. Mary's leet year to accept the foreign call, three hundred meters Toluoteered their eervieeH. F"rom thlx number eight were selected and on the1 8, S. LeopoMbMu TMie flag finally jIx oe the lret delegation. will be taken iwfeerever .the X. of C. Tbeee apoetoHc reUgiioae wiU be go wmnad aad will iDe )Rie central gfren their oommJMlone when the decoration fejohe Knitahtsof Ooium-bu- e other receive their apolntroeatg for day at the Vatican on. 'September the various Itouses of the eomn-unit1, when Pope 'Benedict will preside In the United States. In the Vatea Oatdenr aad the famous VaUeae ehoirs will elng for the 'BRITISH KBCHUMV ,K. of C ipUsjrimaaje. mt-skw thlr mother Woods, Vigo treat of the SJstora of ProvideBoe With the close of ith annmd ro- ait Tie largeet American flag to fly outside the United States will not be sent abroad as an ordinary piece Df merchandise by the Knights of Columbus, who Siava bfeen loaned the flag Jby4i wealthy New Yorker tor the Uflvelll-aby Marshal Todh of ithelr statue of Ifayetbe at Metz oa. August 2 1 The flag, which Ik Bilk and measures 36x40 feet, iwiH travel in a Hn de uxe n toe quarters 01 Supreme KnJght James A. Flaherty KING OPTICAL CO. ImV. MnkitM. P. BANNON OOMTBAOTHfO JOHN B. WATHEN rusiamneui uonifa 111 FLAJmOt aaooK axo mhoom wmym earr According to Associated Prese r ports, British officials at Bermuda Have exprased regret for the Insult offered' the American flag by British' sailors July 4, the State Department waa advised Saturday1 in a' consular report from Bermuda. The 'sailors who participated in the trampling upon the flag have been heavily fined and sentenced to terms of Imprisonment, the message added. This is a striking evidence of the real teetlng the Itegnsh ha tor tate awn t 4 tm mm 9DW bhe FBN RULH. self i poteen Jtttest spirit distilled secretly and wU) attempt to eonsTol Its manufaeeure. Poteen maker are HMa on dteeover to heavy fine, but fchs Ooa momw ftt OhaH be inovMteatared wtder Kto control sad ?ay m Itceass fcsty x fte Republic. The stwgit of sytrtt art ib- Ossfciet & Aeeovdteg to news from Dublin 8taa IFcla is now addressing it A delegation of tho National WoFuneral Directors SOFT DRINKS man's party, led by Miss Allco Paul, of Now- Jersey, organization chairEmbalmers. man, visited Gov. Cox last Friday, Home Phone, Shawnee 802 and reminding him that the TennesTelephone 1022 see Legislature would meet August HENRY GOSS 8 to vote upon tho question of ratifying the suffrage amendment to tho ROOFING, GUTTERINGr SPOUTING Federal Constitution, they warned Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted him that he, oa tho Democratic PresNEILL-L- A Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty idential nominee, must obtain the "Volunteer State's" ratification of SOU WEST BROADWAY "votes for women," or they would CO. keep him out of the White Houso. GLOBH SECURITY ft LOAN CO fair, free, clean, American polINCORPORATED What XaeerperaUa, itical This brand of the suffragette A. Lazar, Manager largo! Tho founders of this great at MILL AND republic eternal honor to them, Money Advanced oh Yoar Plata Hat I ono and all intended that tho sov Sia West Jefferson Street FACTORY SUPPLIES ereign will of tho sovereign States (Second Flaor) quesshould determine tho public tions bf their respective common- Home Phone City 2967. COMPLETE LINE OF T7NI01C wealths; but the suffragettes wont MADE SHOES to intimidate tho Governor of one JNO. P. MORTON & CO. State into trying to force their will Open Evenings Until Nine O'CIock upon the public, of another Statol INOORPOilATtD Hurrah for government of the by the suffragettes and for tho EvfAbikhed 1888 -- - LoskvUIe, Ky suffragettes. Do tho suffragettes want pollt'cal equality with mole OFICH OUTfTTTKhB EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE 8TS. citizens? Not exactly, as many be STATIONRWS PHPrTMW gleaned fiom the following dispatch: Topeka, ICas., July 15. Woman T. E. Yann Dairy Co. suffrage and women's club leaders In eo rp onttea PARRAKEET- generally today imlled to tho sup port of the poflltion taken by Mrs. ICneralwaUr & Grocery Compaay 0 SOUTH WENZIL VS. Margaret HH1 McCarter yesterday in Iaeorperated refusing to glye her age when she Beta Phones 496S went to register ae a voter. Mrs. FOR THB BENBFIT OF YOUR KTONEYS DRINK PARRAKEET McCarter declares she will contest MINMRAL WATBR the ruling which was based on a JOHN B. O'LHAKY A CO. . deedsion of the Attorney General Parkway 4GS Headquarters fer a woman can not register unthat less she give her age more definitely OtTX AND FARM PBOFSHSY SUM POOLKV 'FOR MONHY. than "over twenty-one."It'st a club See as about anything la real Loans to those having regular men hold over the women to preor salary, with no publluity wUte. We sell, buy and rent vent them from voting," declared r red tape- - Loans to housokoopora Mrs. Ltia Day Monroe, woman law584 W. JSFFJDRSON St. a their personal security. yer and well known suSfragiet; Seme Fkee OKy 4484: The dear, sweet suffragette want F. R. POOLHY, all the right and privileges; she can tseffi 1, Courier-JournBulldlag, wneeuie or worry our. oi so, .hhvui rTznxirs jumpooiatww Hfreet. 415 8. FofH-tl- ssmmMmmmmBBBsmmmmmmm's-BseBBaamIaearperated rent world, but she aWee t otongevMoos abroad a weH a at home. If Bth FkMMa 1141 Wm ntpslMl g WdtOaum CWMssm se he can not overcome her conceit m J. BGHKBIDm. JR, the matter oc revealing her ag, how X, O A W la aae to be expected toy meet the emergency of a public crista, that may catt for tmai And patriotism, after aU, is tot habit at (KMnTBT MM Wl QOXJOUS BUILDIMQ HatsHas; onstr own. interest vjalrser- - EPPING'S H.BOSSEaSON and 600 B. BROADWAV VIELLE SUPPLY peo-tW- p. Spalding Shoe Co. 608-51- " es al i me Hnw a setf-denia- l? MEAT MARKET M BOITTH tCHNEIDER'l KfTH 4 to tfcoes or Iks Hast. CUaLfcc- - IVMSjUVSIVUi . m. 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JEFFERSON STREET STORE "TVe 6IMP T& VttM WHO mdXw Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street CRyTmsis LIT US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU .a BGXievZ&s siru URtTes Tho application of electricity and vnpor baths in tho treatment of chronic diseases, rheumatism, etc., lias been proven decidedly beneficial. I am a specialist in cliiropratic. HEALTH OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD STREET Send u your Palm Beack Suits, Flannel Trousers, va ourge ices, voues ana urganay vresses and let us clean them THE "MODERN" WAY. It's different. Minor repairs free. Auto will call for and deliver all work. As near you as your phone. aVBBWr I THe Fsuo WHO vJpSM - 2 3 6 2 OR CITY ' QUALITY AND SERVICE. SOUTH tfy Dr. Elzena F. Napierala, St'Qjg W DISCOURAGES )j TP 4i4wi4,4&tMtwt V There Is one bright star da heaven Ever shining In my night: 000 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE God to mo ono guldo has given . Phono City 6827 Main fG76-- J Liko the sailor's beacon light. Cases, and Dealers Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Set on every shoal of danger, Sending out its warning ray In Leather Goods weary stranger LOUISVILLE, KY. To the , REPAIRING A SPECIALTY d bay. Looking for tho ' homo-bound, TAYLOR TRUNK CO. DON'T FORGET THAT MOTHER'S MEMORY. Asst. Miss Bcsslo MvHvan 405 Norton Building City 8470 Main 2353 EMIGRATION. a, AAA6lt0'0 "YOU'LL WUttXJO. Xmu TO EAT IN A JLX land-locke- W.U1.UJCJ In my farthest, wildest wanderings I have turned mo to that love, Aa Incorporated THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of not Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pics,, Calces, Meats 210 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Ih Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT COFFEE 004 SOUTH FOURTH a diver 'neath 'the water Turns to watch tho light above. John Boyle O'Reilly. VISITS HOLY FATHER. KECO sees St Ws V M GLOBE TIRES . O J ij jt :( I : ltflMMWttMtWtttH"tHMWIIWH CONFIRMATION CHILDREN spxoiah orrxB arm sezs out Brlna this coupon to our BtmOlo an! Wd will sake yoa ytH tniav nnii oh lnnra triioto la 11x20 folfler In amla for price J8.00 wltnont coupon. A. J. BSTTUXe, Photographer na Lx : ! STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE Pope Benedict received in private audience last Friday Monsignor John E. Gunn, Bishop of Natchez. Tho Pontiff took great interest not only in Bishop Gunn's report on tho affairs of his diocese, 'but also in tho general aituation in America, as the visitor presented it, especially as to tho prospects of tho Presidential cam paign. TAKE RIVER TRIP. Mr e ssskms is a. r weautoo. ear task STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. The decree of thOv Dall Elreann (Irish Republican Parliament) prohibiting emigration from Ireland probably will have the effect of preventing tho departure of many Irishmen for America and Australia, which at, present are tho most popular destinations for emigrants. The Sinn Feiners for some time havo been discouraging young men from leaving tho country and this official action did not come as, a surprise. Women havo constituted tho majority of Irish emigrants for soveral months. Tho Sinn Fein movement Is conducted almost entirely by young men, and tho decree has their support, as well as that of the extreme Iaborites. Propaganda to discourage emigration has taken many forms, including moving pictures and popular songs which compare tho advantages of Ireland to those of the countries to which the Irishmen usually emigrate, to the disparagement of the latter. PASS IRISH PORT. GRAYV0N AiXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. ZXCOBPOJUWaO. IS THE it HOME OF PURE MILK JS i ASK YOUR GROCERS." 4 Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' We Make a Specialty of All Brandies of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Pliono City 4503 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. ifi ' ( 13.00. jpbotos la Kern- ; C ( c re xrA-nirny- r $yyVVV-yVVVVVYV- ht. T.nTTTRVTT.TF!. TTY. The Eagles lhave secured steamer East St. Louis' and Monday Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. night will make a flying river trip, to which they invite their friends. As Brondwny at First. Homo Tel. 30 G 3 tno Eagles are a live crowd a good time and pleasant rldo are assured. your boys aa education that will Tho boat loaves Fourth Btreet at 8 Sirs prepare Xixam for life o'clock. DMMOND JUBILEE. General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. the Phone City 4503 Byrne Speed Coal Corporation INCORPORATED St. Xavier's VT. College "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." 315 Guthrie Street. T. J. MORROW, Manager. Both Phones 315. J. J. McTIGHE, Asst. Mgv. Broadway, XtoaUnrUle, Ky. The congregation of St. Mary's 112 church, Navilleton, twelve imlles Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. Classical, Solontlflo and Business northwest of New Albany, will cele- - Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Lbrate tho seventy-fift- h anniversary of Swimming' Fool, well Equipped Gymthe organization of the congregation nasium. Terms moderate. at the church on Monday, September Bro. Benjamin, Sir. 6. Tho celebration will bo preceded y by a mission. This is ono Father Linus Braun, O. F. M., of the pioneer "congregatlona in guardian of St Boniface monastery Southern Indiana. and church. Is In lOinfvliinnfl nt tho mother house of this province on of- ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S. ten-da- The Cunard Line steamer Caronia. carrying some Irish passengers, arrived at Liverpool Sunday on the voy age from New York, instead of going urai io ktueeiisiown, as inas oeen xne For tho sick and those vtfao nurse tho sick lies in the fact that custom. Ordering of the Celtic and you know tho medicino prescribed by your doctor Is prepared Caronia to proceed direct to Liver by druggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, pool, it is pointed out, will Inflict being specialists in their work. heavy financial loss on the port, Phono us any hour of tho day or night. We will call for whore tho hotels laid in largo supand deliver your wants. plies for thousands of passengers expected to land from the steamers. Agents of the companies say thoir 1 instructions go far only relate to the SECOND AHD CHESTXTJT Celtic and (Caronia. City 355-3- 37 Main 0102 Day and Night 8ervico MADE SHORT TRIP. A.AAAAAAAaAAAAAaAAaa!MAAA GREAT CONSOLATION Si MoQOE&AJKTSr iDifcXJG SOORK I f aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa1 FRED EHHART ARCHITECT ncuii nusiness. Wednesday, August 4, was St. Dominic's day, and in accordance Your Coat, We with tbe yearty custom the (FrancisNORTON BUILDING cans had charge of. the services at St. PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY Louis Bortrand's church. There was N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson solemn high mass at 9 a. m the celebrant and assisting priests being members of the Franciscan order and INCORPORATED CALL US FOR the servers coming from St. BoniOn St. Francis day the face church. Phones 3S45, Main or City Dominicans reciprocate this cour S SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE tesy. .IHJI Tailor Dress or Skirt TOOK THE VEIL. H. E. WARD COMPANY m H. ). BANNGK, PnsWHt as)s)os)s)s3 art MtHpr. P. HIHIN, JR., Vict LADIES' TAILORS Oil and Grease --- Pre, aid Tntt. P. 4I BANNON PIPE CO. I Bannen's Patent Lidded ripe far Steam Cessans, Wall CeBlBg, Drain Tile, YltriSed Brick, Tire Freefias", Flae Lining, Fire Brick Grate aaft Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teat. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Stwer ami Calvert FIpe, 2 NEW AND SLIGHTLY .e)tci)atjw)tt)et3 AND EXCHANGED ONE OF THE MOST RELIABLE OLDEST, LARGEST AND DEALERS IN THE FALLS CITIES MAIN S07, PHONES CITY WORKS -- Thirtesath aad Breckinridge and Ninth, and Magnelia. FOR ALL PURPOSES Cleaners and Dyers of Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Louisville have been successful and Kentucky Louisville have secured a supply of tho European dyes that have been unobtainable since tho beginning of tho great war. MONDAYS ONLY To bo the first in America to accom plish this evidences the enterprise of SUITS DRY the Swiss management. CLEANED, PRESSED TOOK LONG TRIP. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED. Patrick Begley, well known. In Hib DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES ernian circles and long a (resident of tho West End, has returned from a MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKER long and much enjoyed vacation trip, City 6443; Main 2484 the first In many yeats. He left Falls City Cleaners and Dyers Louisville to visit his 6on, William E. (Begley, at Dayton, Ohio, and from Years Ought To Be Suf there went to Cleveland, (Buffalo, Thirty-tw- o ficient Guarantee For My Niagara Falls and through Canada. Knowledge and Integrity The Swiss1 SIGNH5TOANT. GETS EUROPEAN DYES. of John Burke, United States Treasurer, and Mrs. Burke, and not Mr. Burke's sister, as an earlier notice stated. For many years tho former Miss Burke had been a pupil of tho Visitation nuns. the veil In tho Order of the Visitation religious at the convent of the order in St. Paul last month, Is a daughter Miss Elizabeth Burke, who received npPTriv DRINK lH)UBLE-DA- Mt The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memons INCORPORATED -l-OniSYX-Xt-, n BISHOP MOLLOY. Tho Right Rev. Thomas E. Molloy. who has been appointed by tho $ope to ibe Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn. N. Y., is tho youngest Roman Catholic Bishop In America. Ho is only thirty-fiv-e KENTUCKY. Also Makers of Oertcls Dark and Oertels Light. years He was ENTERTAINMENTS honor tho $1.25 lege ingraduate of old.' Amorlcan an PRIVATE PICNICS Rome.) He will be installed GROTEfS (Formerly Stower's Grave))', Col- as Bishop this fall. 4 1 MONUMENT ON MOUNTAIN. As an act of reparation for the out rages against the images of Our Lord in Mexico, during tho late revolution, s In tho Beautiful Park on Lincoln Highway STOWER'S STATION, aHT!I!NTH STREET ROAD For Engagements Call GROTE'S, 410 West Jefferson St, Phone3 City 6042 and Main 9392 CARS USED BOUGHT, SOLI Incorporated If It's For Salc-i-Gi- vo a national mounment to the Sacred Heart has been erected. The monument is thirty-thre- e feet in height and stands on the top of Mount Me a Call Cubileto, near Siloa, 9,000 feet above eea level. TAKES PROPER STAND. ltVm999mQ0MmmBm99&B194991t1AM QRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. !! BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY 405 WEST BROADWAY LOUISVILLE AND JEPFERSONVILLE yt't'i-'H-I-C-t-Wil'H- i ll,4l1'I'-t'''I-''H-'I'- ! DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT e From Dublin the Associated Press FINE VARBLE cables that the resignation of Edward REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER Saunderson as private secretary to the Viceroy, announced Monday, is 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. regarded as of political significance Both Phones and in some quarters it is oven supposed his resignation may foreshadow that of the Viceroy. (Edward St. Matthews 57 Crescent 29-Saunderson, Ulster leader, and his kEBKAMP J. W. influence on the Viceroy was always regarded as being -- very great. He BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK was frequently denounced Iby the NaBODIES, CLOSED CAB AND tionalist press. FORD BODIES AtSPECIALTY po;KNT MASS. GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK west L jj President De Valera says he (has no intention of advising Irlsh-Amecans how they should vote In the coming election. That of course was to be expected. The President is not here for tho purpose of playing poll-tic-s. rl- Funeral Director and Embalmer jj ! He is here to win, if he can, recognition for the Irish Republic, of which ho is the Chief Magistrate, but ho insists that their own consolenco should determine how Irish Americans mark their ballots. WILL ATTJIACT MANY. BOTH PHONES 810. ! 1227 WEST MARKET :: I :: . Funeral Directors and Embalmersi J30-JM- I ' II 1 ijaori3;s. Climb. Mala 2998-- 8 1 'I"l I H"H-Hty "t lUHHiOOt communion in a body at a special ST. MATTHEWS - - - KENTUCKY mass which was attended by 120 STREET, membors of tho student body at the :: military training school. Right Rev. THE SHEPPAED MFG. 00. Georee T. Warine, Vicar General and Incorporated Chancellor of the army and navy, ad STEEL AND" IRON WORKERS graduates, urging :: dressed the of duty to praotice them their as a matter 1612 WEST MAIN STREET holy Teligion, to frequent the sacrareHome Phone. City 577 ments, to bring up their families " Some City 2908 , ligiously and to praotice faithfully LOUISVILLE, KY. tho virtues taught them in their Forglngs and Fire Escape Steam days. Apparatus Our Specialty ! of 1D20 at West Point received holy Catholics of the graduating class Quick Service and Quality Guaranteed H' col-le- go tm. MIS--T MEANS DEATH WARRANT. Xj. 13 V14T-7- 1 Funeral Director M. OHBBTNTJT mmmmmmmmmmmfm BAX R Both Phones 2408 KEUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Reatliager FIB1 DfSURANOI LIABELITr AND PLATS GLAiS 4.XI SOUTH THIRD BTRHBJT TORXADO, In London it was stated the of the week that Lloyd George still Is wlllingJto meet any Irish leaders prepared to discuss a settement of amd the question, (but his later .action would indicate that this was merely LOIWVILLB, KX, propaganda to deceive the Irish people. Sinn Fein lead'ors are anxious City SS Mala 114 for peace, but they are afraid that negotiations wKh the (Premier will mean WI1LAND-GRUT0EI00. rants. signing their own death warXabor members of. ParliaIncorporated ment are doing their utmost to bring on the- basis a abut an understand of dominion Jvem rule, T&ey bave Colombia Tracks sent ausseetious to Sinn jFein leadGarferd Trucks ers and to tihe Government ;witiout U54-U- 8 XA8T MAIK STRB1T success, although sonv taelaaaters Btaring tmd' Kearins Ue Omm reported to be aTrbly Intfined ae to far Baiaw Berrlm Mr Ml Niatat theidea, Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West first - One of the largest gatherings of Catholics evor seen in the national capital 1t Is .believed will bo that at the laying of the foundation stone of tho National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at the Catholic University, Washington, D. C, on September 23. Cardinal Gibbons, In the presence of all tho Archbishops and Bishops of tho United States assembled for the annual conference, will officiate at tho ceremonies. The ser mon will be preached by the Right Rev. John T. McNloholas, O. P., Bishop of Duluth, Minn. steH4ee;aeogeaeeijjiT 'THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARJCET STREET K SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE 5TS, AVVVVVVWVVVVVMVVVWViV.ViVkV pnunvsr wn uitm vwyf Rnirannnmisa T uvna ruuMB JO uwwjwhhh. n&ui o.u.f A J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. xxeimv 412-- Embalmer) Frank Harfman & Sons EOUSX PAINTERS AND DECORATOR 1800 WS3T MARKMT STRBBT Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J THEm SLOGAN. who have spoken i AFTER MANY YEARS ar a as -- ORNAMENTAL GLASS Dr. A. Lose, Naturopath, 334 East TABLE LINHN. Market street, Curab. Phone, Main FRED FEIGE & SON B8TIMATBS MADE IF DB8IRBD 24S1, cured j me from indigestion, If you sooreh. table llnea ia iron-la- Metal Setting la Zlac, Copper and UNION MA which I had uaay years. At present wet a dean eloeh wMfe perossde Brass Beveled MlrreM aad. SHOBi! AND SLEMMMeW I feel fine and eat and drink erery-Ma- and lay oyt the svoretaee' spot. Pre i Beveled Glass 431 BA8T MARKST STRBBT Ida Qart, 9$9 UwterhUI trou;h th clo- t--coma wHt street. Telephone CMy'l disappear a if by LOUISVILLE - , - - KBNTUCKT g, D-jc. &-n-J- Ble. The iProtestant iFrlends of Ireland, :: for ithe cause of Irish freedom in nearly uvery large ih city and State In the country, have esaaraav ofity one slogan, which reade: "We beliovf that the question of HUWVMmVMHUMiHMUUiHMUHWMMUV Ireland's form of governmn ie a political question only, and that it Shoes For Uvery Mesaber should he decided by the majority L0UIS7n.Il ART GLASS 00. Family vote of the people of Ireland." "TJH&DBD" AND Home Phone 3901 jviajjo. street. t wwwwww at the H '3 M44'M444444tH SWISS i iijxaaoKiY xjriii j.isaoBj&xcj.is:. P I . Bacon a sow i "' "WCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupens. mi ! 1 DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR - MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. CLEANING oir AND three-fourt- hs " fgUhni Avenot' , arnmmm J$r us .$ Sons WO MARKET STSarr m WeQly and Redeem QeJd Trading Stamps. (HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments, Tho ontataadlBg features PLAN? o I Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed! CONFIRMATION Convenient and Dignified Metfioa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred of this method aro SWISS ui P rxA-n.i- t CLEANERS INCORPORATE DYERS mruV J -V.v-- c OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L Dennis R. McCarthy, aged II and an active and respected resident of Louisville since ho loft Ireland as a- youth, passed peacefully il To Go With Confirmation Suit, Into eternal rest eany Saturday I are bo "confidential arrangements' There morning at tho home of lhis daughter, Mrs. James A. McGlll, 1718 .RoseIt ia conducted upon an open basis with a fixed wood avenue. For half a century ho schedule of rates. The first payments and the was associated with the tMuldoon Monument Company, and his work monthly payments are the same to all. ' as a marble cutter extended throughJ out tho South and West Following New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' ;; an attack of hardening of the arteSURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS . ..- - .w...,1.UUjU1i MU uuimrmaiion wear. ries he Tetlred from business pur' suits six years ago and for tho past four years has been an Invalid, Mr. McCarthy was always inteiosted in Irish society affairs and his native Both Phones 1323 country, and all his life had been an Auto Deliver? TMG V40MAH UHO THINKS earnest worker in tho KJathedral Conference of tho St. Vincent do Paul 6He ijTac. can scr-THosSociety, ready at all times to ibrjng LOW TRIC6D Se(WA4TS m Mr relief and assistance to" the unfortu 212 WEST MARKET STREET. MUUUUUm AS rA ForhckT Vcrxas ,. nate poor. Ho i3 survived by 'his TH6 30CBToUlHO F0R6CTS TO ON 4aBBBBmMif M6-OM HIS RUCSC Ul H Most people try to save by putting aside 163 . A, UlMCV s widow, Mrs. Mary M. McCarthy; a HIGH GRADE COFPEE son, William J, McCarthy, and his that which is "left over" after spending daughtor, Mrs. McGlll. Funeral S!fe?,lb 4 to 0 TWIN CITY LEAGUE. what they require or desire. services were conducted at tho CaDOUBLE HEADER TOMORROW. SSfeVi:::::;:;:::::::;:::::: ; thedral Monday morning, Rev. FathWith the end of the season near er Rock celebrating requiem high Kansas City closes its series with to "Successful Saving" is the depositing of there Is a fight on in tho Twin City mass, and in the shadows of the tho Louisville ball team this after brogue ior posiuons away irom the monument he had cut and erected on a definite amount regularly in a savings bottom rung in the ladder nnd there the family lot in St. Louis cemetery noon and Joe Cantlllon's hustling Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 2G) . . . . .' 2flo will be some hotly contested games the foody was laid to rest to await the Minneapolis team comes tomo'"Yjf account when you receive your pay envelope for the next Sundaj or two. tofor lour games, a double-heade-r St, day of a glorious resurrection, and spending the "left over." Xavlor team has clinched the penmorrow opening tho series. Mannant, but all of tho other nlacea In ager Cantlllon is carrying the best BUYrf NEW HOME. tho race are still unsettled. Tomor- club he has had in five years, and If Let us help you save SAFELY. Start ,u" w meet wie is., oi c?. me visitation Home lias pur- - gotten together a little earlier in the For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. today. wuu, uiuuniiv uict;u tno w. ju. nnn cnRfln nrnnnrrv nn tnmn hviirth season they would have fiiven St. the Hibernians tie up with Knights of street to be used as new quarters at Paul a (brush for pennant honors. Moro than 50.000 Bank Accounts, representine 150,000 peonlo with a totil St. John. The standing to date a consideration of 540,000, it was Tho Jans in his town aro giving tho e bn 1 by tho W. L. Pet learned Thursday. Tho proporty Is team good support, too, but when it people of Lonlsvilla conservaUvo bank. ai. Aavier Aiumni....n 1. 000 in two pieces, ono a rooming house at comes to support Louisvlllo will rank 4 Hibernians 351 South Fourth street, owned by second to nono in loyalty for a ball UNDER THE BIG 8 Columbia Building Fourth and Main. CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Cath. Men's Ass'n Hero we have a crippled 6 .500 the Consolidated iRealty (Company. club. Knights of St. John.... 5 y The other is the etono res- team, playing bad ball, losing game The Oldest Trust Company in the South. 7 .420 Knights of Columbus 3 .250 idence of C. W. Oheens, 957 South after game, and the fans have turned Mackin Council x5 Eaoh lot Is 65x200 out by tho thousands, rooting lustily 3 .166 Fourth street. feet, and Is considered very desira and faithfully with defeat staring ble property. FRANKFORT. The present location them in the face ibefore a ball is of the Visitation Homo Is 615 West pitched. Two marriage engegemonts of In- Walnut street, which will be sold as President Kneblekamp's announced CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO terest have just been annonnnil in soon as the necessary, alterations can Intention to got rid-o- f 'the Louisville OHESTERFIED (FranTcfort, the home of tho brldes-olec- t. ue made on tho newly acquired pro club surprised many of the fans who CAMELS In each Instance the date for perty. It has not been, decided when believed that the attendance here and Eighteen Cents, Two for Thlrty-flv- o PIEDMONT the wedding has not been anade pub- the inovo will he miul, it was eald throughout the Association had been LUCKY STRIKES . SWEET GAPORAX lic. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Calhoun at the homo this morning. AT LOWEST PRICES. The unusually good. Wo believe tho sug$1.70 PJr Carton. announced the engagement of their transaction was handled for tho Vis gestion of the Evening Post .that a daughter, Sallle W. Calhoun, to Ben- - itation Homo by tho Fldolity S; Col stock company is tho key to tho sit AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E 'Jamin B. Foster, of San Rarael, Cal. umbia Trust Company, uation ana that tho club must bo TOBACCO STORES kept hero at all hazards. It is true The engagement of Miss Elsie Stonor INCORPORATED to Arthur L. Doyle was announced at unjust policy of the Bingham the GIRLS' COLLEGE OPENS. Preston and Jefferson 213 AVcst Jefferson papers may have angered the Lonls-vjll- o a party given by Mrs. John W. Rodman. Miss Stoner Is tho daughter nf owners, who can not see why The first women's college in Lotifa. Mr. and urs. J. H. Stoner, of Louis- villo will 'bo opened in the autumn by they should be singled for censure iby ville, and has been connected with uig sisters or cmarlty 01 Nazareth, a Tress that covers up itho multitude the State Insurance Department efhec according to announcement just of sins of the 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. Wo-Ojpoxx uio arjy part of March Mr. Doyle. maae. only nrst year courses will administration. tho son of Mr. and Mrs. William F,' bo offered in 1920: mere advanced or Covington, is Assistant work will bo added each succeeding BOYS KNJOY OA3IT. and was secretary to year leading to tho Bachelor of Artsr .ta'e frAAAAAAAAAAAA.MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' "THE OLD ARMORY" (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF . . u, idling wjien ne vas degree, tho .first of which will bo conBoy Scout Trodp 12, of St. Cecilia's j( ouimui c Mayor or Covington. ferred in June, 1924. In addition to parish, and Troop 54, of Holy Cross, SOUTH SEVENTH STREET the regular course, the college will offer special glasses to students not entrained for Camp Rogers near .AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED CATJIOIilO MEETINGS. candidates for a degree. Tho col- - Milltown, Ind., making the trip in a SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. ALL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. truck, going by way of Corydon, The World's Best. The second national convpntinn nf Jese building at 851 South Fourth the Catholic Students' Mission nm.,8te' s being equipped for college viewing the old historic Capitol -fit::y- 8500-PHON- I5. 3VCciiix lO-SHeaviest Furnace Made. Rutin nrlll MtnnW, ii ninrTa i. -... wimutiD n.a mim aloinor- - Work. AMI effort Ir hPlncr ... ...in building and the old elm tree, arriv., ,, T ", ing at camp at 11:30 a. m., after an Moncrief Auxiliary Gas Furnaces cut gas SSaS enjoyablo and excitable ride dyer the laymen from all paits of tho nation iof Hie ?eadlInS atafl have dmo post rocky hills of Indiana. It was a bills 111 half. graduate work or havo specialized at pleasure to see tho boys turned loose Franklin Quick Removable Gas Burners 1 The orSStouSS! Meh p leading universities. This will 'be an In the hills and valleys around tha .v uujuiui jiiisaion am socaeiy for tho appreciated addition to Louisville's oeautuui camp on tne flank of Blue installed in any coal furnace. river, whero they aio provided with K promotion Of UliKsinnm-Infflroot educational In&Ututions. good tents and a fine dining room, t ntrtnllfr thn nttlrlanfa In S1n4Ult J if 9AwW jX. kmW4ammmmr anu tne nest 01 eats. TJiey are ?mmm rutions of higher learning, has had a evexix i'aiity. looked after by acapablo set of inrapid growth during tho past year. Miss Mary O'Connor entertained structors, managed by A. L. Benson, The call for the convention shows The Henry Co who devpjes all of his time to their that tho organization now has ninety with a hapny ovenlnc nartv at her pleasure home In honor of Miss Cathcrino Fui- and welfare. Ono interestINCORPORATED. over 7.000 students. An rrnpf p 'ion? and. Mry Margaret Furlong, of ing feature of the trip for tho boys t ivy. were wa3 tho skillful handling of the two Of flco and Salesroom C2 1 "West Market Street. , being made to organize the Misses. Mary Murphy, Allene All nnd onenhalf ton A. O. E. truck over 01 every jnstltutlon of higher learn Alain 2382 WE GUARANTEE City 9384 gler, (Lorotto McHugh, Catherine six miles of rocky hills between ing 01 mo enure cnurch. yammazpss&mmmmmmmmaammammmmmm The annual convention of the In,- - WeliJh, Evelyn Glenn, Catherine Fur Corydon and Milltown by VicBoehn. mA.AkkkkkkAkAkXAAkAiAAAAAAAAAAAAl!AAJiAi(H Mary said to be Impassable ifor voiimyunw feneration Of Cathnllf long, MTa,ry M, Furlong, Agnes Mur- - a road but the truck kept going ona C?nno,r- - Me??ra- - J15301 truck, Alumnae will be held in Boston, Aug- - i?nyi Spellman, Ray Glenn, making the round trip, showing one ust 8 to 12. The discussions of h Leot' hundred and fifty miles, and at no gathering will KIUnVPto Xray' Lw Sllborg, Hubert O'Connor, ,,i Uio general themn John time was the hood raised or tho tool r th Connor Itussel Glenn, John Rapp box opened. The only regrotof the lies have had in tho maldntr INCORPORATED trip was the absence of their worthy Amorlcan nation. Indiana and Ohio chaplain. Rev. J,D. Fallon. Those OLD, ALONE, ILL. will bo present at the convmitinn who accompanied, managed and Other lmnorijuiY. nnthnMn Her Vorklng days were almost looked afior the boys and aro so Imfluring Uie next few weeks aro as follows; National Conference or over and bo eho put in appearance ono pressed at the gentlemanly manner SAII, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILITWOItK. Catholic Oharitdcs, Washington, Sep- day at tho office of Rod 'Gross Homo - in which they conducted themselves Breoka nd A Sts. Louisville, Kj . tember 15 to 17; Catholic Hierarchy Service, C30 Fourth street, reccntly- that they look forward ito more enof the United States, Washington, movoa irom 215 East walnut street. joyable weoks of pleasure, aro the September 22 and 23; Society of the The "worker who interviewed tho following: George Craig, J. O'Con Divine Word, Philadelphia, Septem- aged woman learned ifrom her of a nor, V. Boehn, Fred Shafer. Henry KOMP Jegatey of $600 "which legal techni- Lawler, ber 25. BUTLDIHG MATERIAL LUMBER calities, prevented her Irom receiving. MILL WORK A lawyer, of the Red Cross Home FOXTATNE FERRY BENEFIT. ItKPOnT UriIOLDS STRIKE. Service volunteer workers obtained BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER Tho people of tho three Falls The retort of tha steel iriklt "?!SlSrv this client. The Cities should not forget tho summer I outing for tho benefit of tho Sisters of Ihe Good Shepherd, Eighth and U ' "e Btrlkft nf Snot fnM n 41t . wv SrMkbuMff! BrMob Tul a4 rltk, Soaa ft St. 0tk. uu if.uivi a uit Madison streets, to bo held at Fonorthodox trade union strike and not taine Ferry Park on Tuesday afterPEWKE VALLEY PICXTO. a. Bolshevik consiplnacy, ithat it was noon and evening, August 17. All Sixteenth and Maple Sts. - .. 1.... 1L it nililn.l Phone Wct and City 12. " St. Aloyslus church, of Pewee Val- - classes know the. great work these ., .1? worked iZW WHAT OTHERS THINK iMPOSSEBE WE DO try oW 1" annual picnic on the good Sisters aro doing in lhis comand that unless those conditional1?3'' ""J" communlty one GSKBRAIi AUTO REPAIRING ALSO KXPHRT WELDING AND much bettor "aotW strike lc"lxl roundB Tuesday afternoon pensationwithoutwith nocont of help and one to BRAZING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE "" thenlnS. and Rev. Father Boos thorn. Therefore "all should rally to must come." The investigators and congregation invito, their fonnfi that tim rinii d..i pleasant tholr assistance and make possible Corporation dominated tho iron andrr.!entls to come and spend Where week la steel industry and determined tho ftrnoo and evening, with an old tno continuance ottiiia nobio cnarity, Where the ; BOBM U Brightest TWENTY-SECONdoaei AND MAPLE STREETS conditions of those working in It ifashkmea country meal aB an added BISHOP'S BtRTIIDAY. "D iney learned that lf of tliA.i"-Where (be work Call Slwwnee 3978 Night Cail City 5B27-- J Where eoektes; seeau workers liad a twelve-hou- r day and lightest ' real fuaj The Right Bev. Thomas Grace, SON BEflTatAN. tha half of these i turn worked UihfA of Sacramento, celebrateu hia Where the weal is soyon days a wk, Tbey learned When baklag fires a tBmBSK ssr seventy-nint- h birthday anniversary eoekea best; light; Nick O. .Ballard, of ChlcaKO. and also that the average work, day 4s HARVEY-JELLIC- O Miss Sue Hagan, of New Haven, were on Monday, and from all over Ma Where tfee range stands Where dradge UteiM longer now iun in or 1914 diocese and tho State received mee Mm test and much longed than that' of tho united in marriage at St. Catherine's sages of congratulation. sf8t Bishop Bteel workers in Great Britate. They.lurch by the Rev. W. P. Hoarty, Grace was the where That's That's (XMOORPOXAra) where born iln Weaford, Ireland, 9a found thai the reoc advanced, by Keadrkk Ballard and Mi&a SkMieiHa-t- h and o June 34, 1867. wa ordained "QeJek Heal" eoeaes "Qaick of IjoWsviMe, wre the attend tor the tweve-Hofcli Tk Company Withjth Mi to the prieethood. and He wata Service. day hd no adequate bMda in ISet. ante. A unique feature about tha on February 27, 189S, and aek Meal GaeJKaaaM 8eld. lastaJlea mni Hiihly KeeeeamMieJ nra that the me iwae ihe la 'June frfJew4 of the steel weddti Tarda located att?lftRtlt andfKaffHolUi. Yard at Flnrt an A, Ttoe xmsea of wae eoneeerated. worcere were learned to be below MK'om at Ma dMher'a mreddtaf, uooeedlaK and ISterator, Yard aad Payne Straots. Rlcht Rev. Patrick v. ' aa the mlabnura oc bare rabahrtence, matrimonial venture, . BAth Phone ai Alt arrfi, , 'diocese. seven-ty-olg- ht AT tta convenience In making purchases withoiat any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on tho Olub Plan daring our various sales AT, SALS PRICES. Whatever la the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that ta also the price to a Household Olub Plan customer. Thero is positively bo advance. ASSORTED NUTS yfca HA'rl- - mv HeKTH AMD W t Must . ffttce r sf uee r .r Jb 58o re.) HaVc rSnaM I while tho wages of nearly of tholn wero less than enough to purchase what those same exports call "tho American standard 6f living." INTO ETERNAL ItEST. BLUE SERGE, AT i ASSORTED NUTS fa J ItmW z: $. W. f ' 1X .i 'w . I I $13.50 - $18.00 f . White Shirts and Blouses i 51.25 $1.50 i!$I.UU SUCCESSFUL SAVING N4 f ( aftW,,BBBWg er ' flSSLs JV D ttj Jt ynf "F JOHN M. MULLOY Se::::::::;::::;;;::300 S -- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK "uii j. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. &?' 1 .6-- threo-stor- SMOKER S .0lMO!i ATTENTION i High Class Furniture Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE I MONCRIEF FURNACE "44x and Furnace nrsss44ttt())ltj For BusirxoM BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 - ffi?. I Zl iTf I oStdnr&Tft.r iLrnr . TZT tr v WJSY PAY MORE? Foundry I sfnnnfai'iop, Tnose-presen- FRED G. JONES & CO. LUMBER 2. ofX, Doors 2asn . GOyrHwrj Wr 1KDEK " ALL LUMBER totftl, ymsito?mm D s aaiMar-arss'-s ,T .. '"" -I One Board or One Million XXJ0VrJ3E:R Feet 4 MBKY "fSSHf 00. I - THE AUTO HOSPITAL mi. I r Where the Quick Meal Comes In 1 one-ha- - COAL CO. tht ijo - Cal ew-pUy- ur I". pre-eonla- ed rp one-thir- d J ( GEHER & SON, w. TST. z.