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Kentucky Irish American i II PH9H; Brery Drlter aa Escort LwlwKto Tafcafc 800 I Trmftr Incorporate VOLUME XLV.NO. 7. The Herald's insulting editorial was a libel .on every man who held an office from Mayor Buschemeyer down to tho smallest official, yet it has never attempted to apolglze for publishing that "rather ugly stories" were in the air. Near Mayor Smith, who employed Examiner Escott, ihas never published a statement as to Escott's repbrt, nor does ho tell tho taxpayers what Hint investigation cost. But the point we make is Chat the hypocritical organ of reform and the writer of the high (browed editorials have never offered any explanation or apology for the wanton insult to Democratic officials and their deputies. That Is the reform way of scattering slander right and left, neither whom it helps or hurts. Chief Petty'a Keystone police made an arrest this week that was featured far and wide and the comedy coppers are all chesty over their capture. No, they didn't capture the murderer or murderers of Lupton, Miss Griffith, Miss Loveall, Lieut. Ward, or any of the other numerous murder victims around here the past two years, but after a desperate and exciting chase captured four boys on Fourth street, named William B. H. Baker, R. C. Freehora and S. E. Bellls, all being under twenty-one years of ago. They were hustled into the patrol machine while the gathering crowd wondered what horrible crime they had committed, judging it must 'be murder at least, considering the demeanor of Jhe arresting officers. The truth was revealed next day at the trial when It developed that tho prisoners were guilty of calling the police as they .passed In an autoOf course they wore fined mobile. In the Police Court, and it is wondered that the administration didn't try to havo them sent to the electric Many shudder when they chair. think of tho awful crime of these yqung boys. They could luivo committed murder or taken part in any of tho daily and nightly robberies going on hero, but when they called pur police "Key&toners" they were flirting Aith strict prosecution. In tho past week there were sixteen robberies reported, among them six stolen automobiles, without a single arrest, but the comedy cops are not worried as they "kotched them gold- ernea smarues mat cauea 'em car.-lng All-men, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920. RECENT DEATHS. PRICE PIVE CENTS. Relatives and neighbors feel deep sympathy for; Thomas and Mary Gannon, 2220 Duncan street, from whoso home God has called their infant son, James E. Gannon. Tuesday morning tho funeral was held, with interment in St. Louis cemetery. Sunday afternoon Death entered tho home of J. W. and Mattle Murta, 3305 Rudd avenue, taking from Uliem their Infant daughter, Doris Rita, and leaving them In deepest gloom. The funeral took place Tuesday morning, the body being tenderly laid to rc&t in Portland cemetery. Tuseday morning the funeral of Mrs. Roglna Meerman. aged seventy-ontook place from St. Peter's church, of which she had long been a faithful and respected member. Surviving hor are five daughters, b Helen, Agnes, Mayme, Mrs. Leo and Mrs. Leo Preher; and three sons, Andy D Frank C. and Hal-blie- REPUBLICAN Party Is Furnished Mystery ' EXCITING Scenes When Parliament Passes Rill For Arbitrary Coercion In T SOFT PEDAL FOR THE DUET. In. The ' Unhorsing of Maurice Galvin. Ireland. Joseph Devlin Suspended and ionalists Follow Him From House. Republican Family Picnic Negroes Barred "Angers the ored Brothers. With Col- Nat- r I 8HPN3W I i CANOI DATE I Louisville Herald Never Apologizes For Libel. of Democratic Officials. e, T. P. O'Connor Denounces AVorst in History of tho Act ns Mod- em AA'orld. KEYSTONERS BEING ASSESSED. George RUIN OP IRELAND THREATENED. -- the eastern section of the city, died The past week was marked by furSaturday night at his home, 1032 Today and a Dub Tomor"A Hero East St. Catherine street. Ho is ther hostllo and tyrannical action In mystery iu row," Is the title of. tho survived by his parents-- Mr. and England's Parliament toward Irethe Republican ranks and politicans Mrs. H. C. Huber; five brothers, land, which fully develops the duplifind out of oth parties are trying to John, Harry, Joseph, George and Republican who threw the brick at William, and two sisters, Carrie and city of Lloyd Georgo and Andrew leader Maurice Galvin, of Covington. Florence Huber. The funeral took Bonar Law and should ruin for tho place Tuesday morning from St, Irish Republic the Kood will and sun- For several days It was spuiad broadcast that Galvin was to do chosen Paul's church, Rev. Father Donohoe port of every free nation in the world. Tho situation is thus set forth by tho Republican Campaign Chairman for conducting the solemn services. Kentucky and the Louisville Herald Death's angel called Miss Mary E. Associated Press: maorgan of tho After a .debate which developed Morgan, eighteen years old, from chine, In Saturday's issue, published earthly suffering at tho homo of her great heat and a personal .scene bea large picture of Mr. Galvin, hailparents, Charles A. and Emma Mor- tween Premier Lloyd George and ing jhlm as the acceptable choice of gan, J.224 South Brook street. Miss Herbert H. Abquith. the Government "He Republican leaders and said: Morgan had been a member of the at 11 o'clock Thursday night, defeatIs regarded ns a certain choice when oxecutlve force of tho Louisville ed the motion of John Robert Clynes tho Stato Central Committee meets." Food Products Company until her for rejection of the new Irish crimes But presto! In the four days (InterIllness developed several months bill, and the measure passed its sec ago. She was a favorite In her cir- ond reading by a Vote of 2S9 to 11, vening Galvin has the snlckersee cle and leaves many who mourn her The voting was carried out under a thrust Into (his flfth rib, is unhorsed by the powers that be, and does not death. Besides her parents she is motion made In the House Friday by oven attend the meeting, in which survived by ono brother, P. E. Mor- Andrew Bonar Law, providing for Senator Beckham is not an Ardent supporter of prohibition nor gan. Her funeral took plcao Mon- passage of the bill by G o clock FriChesley Searcy was given the honors an active opponent of Irish freedom. In campaign times. day morning from St. Mary Mag- day evening. that had been selected for him, and dalen church. In an exciting sceno In tho House the committee did not even (have a of Commons Friday afternoon during kind word or bouquet for the man many CONDITION IMPROVED. from Covington. There are uiscussion or the Government's: bill rumors flying about, one that Ernst, for restoration of order in Ireland. Tho many Louisville friends of Joseph Devlin, Nationalist member tho Senatorial nominee, and Galvin Miss Minnie Murray, of Clifton, who from Belfast, was suspended and were slated originally to lhandle the was taken ill while visiting her sis- sent from the House. campaign, but the news came down Ho was fol ter, Mrs. J. Groff, in New Orleans, lowed on his departure by other Natthat the National Republican Comwill be much pleased to learn that ionalists, a groat majority of the La- mittee was going to open a big camA ball game Is advertised between paign barrel in this State, and as the Okla.; John A. Dwyor, Toledo; Ed- her condition is much Improved and Dor party anu somo of the Independ'BRITAIN SEIZES MANNLY. police and firemen for next Wedmachine never the ward A. Houlahan, Chicago, and her speedy recovery predicted. ent Liberals amid the jeers of mem- nesday Park, allows a stray nickel to pass, Galvin styled a at Eclipsegame. jand It is Frank W. Lonergan, Portland, Ore. Ders supporting the Ministry. Devlin Censored presS reports lack much "benefit" JOINS HOSPITAL STAFF. friends were quickly unOwing to the resignation of Thomas and his had delivered a speech denouncing By this It is supposed the receipts news that would Interest Americans , vi. Of their being "sore" there horsed, J. McLaughlin, of Newark, who has Miss Mary Julia Qulnu, of Portland the proceedings as "sham and humfrom all will bo given for the benefit of the regarding the arrest of Archbishop gono to Panama, In connection with is no doubt and Republicans bug." "He was called to order for Republican campaign fund. Then Mannlx and England's refusal of his IC. of C. welfare work, David F. avenue, left this past week to join Irrelevance, but declined over the State are murmuring against again it may be to help & the police right to land In Ireland according to As Americans 'IhoySpeak Out For Supple, of San Francisco, was tho training school for nuises con- his seat. The House was to resume the Louisville dictators. as and firemen pay the 825 each they tho Associated Press. Four British ducted by the Sisters of Mercy at Jop-H- a committee at the time sitting tho chosen Supromo Warden. Troubles never come singly, as are being and A Frco rtiuuUnfettcred destroyers closed in on the steamer assessed by the Mo where they have charge of Speaker Secretary of War Baker sent a they say, and the Galvin muss will was absent. The Speaker As Ireland, the Archbishop of messago congratulating the "Caseys" St. John's Hospital. Miss Qulnn Is a was summoned, and Devlin's suspen not be a circumstance to the row Smith, Paul Burllngame, near Mayor Baltic, carrying the United States, off tne Board Australia from Mary Alphonsus, one for their splendid work during tho niece of Sister raised hore by the local Republican of Safety and sion was moved and carried by a voto the Men's Federation the Iri3h coast In the early hours of war, and saying that Gen. Allen, in of the staff of nurses in the institu- of 229 to 43. Instead of the organization. The Speaker then, pollco and firemen Monday, niornjng, and the commander command of tho Army of Occupati- tion. JvMaUOetrday neit .Thursday don't knqjf the for'Tjolitfcal pur- of ther dctetfoyrrWhrn?Vlth-'-rtwtiTitn!- t asked him to leave the Houso, which arehelng'assessedon-in Germany, 'had-be' directed promises IbbWTJlack'-lettei'lSy-foTrrv,,V' - dld.'."w- -he; r. s4 ilnfnntltPA CldVlrl "Vrmri If Acting Mayor Joe UWllUUU PARLSH PICNIC. 'tYVXlt. to attend the unveiling of the the G. O. P., as on that date the local poses, wonder they are being nicked aboard and 1.UIU UtkV4VVC7tt, inri.4 Dctermlna-TheiOwn Govcrn-- The Irish coercion bill was passed Klrwan knows placed the Archbishop Knights' gift to Franco at Metz on City and County (Republican in cut. Thoy esNext Wednesday tho men of St. on Its third reading by the House of August 21. announce a big "Republican for $6.25 each for four months bythe unaor technical arrest. Friday afternoon corted the prelate, with his secretary, The delegation to attend the un- Francis of Asslsl parish, Bardstown Commons 18. Any persons by a vote picnic" for Fontaine Ferry Republican machine. The family of 206 to on veiling started Thursday afternoon road and Carter avenue, will give a sentence of Imprisonment havewhom of arrange- car boys, and they comprise our po- tho Rev. Albert Vaughan, to ia Park. On tho committee been lice force from captains down to the which steamed toward Fishon the liner Leopoldina. Hundreds picnic and bratwurst feast. Exten- passed in Scales, F. J. ments aio: J. H. Ireland could be conveyed a Jllttle over guard, where orders had been given Secretary Baker Thanks Order in of Knights went on the steamship sive preparations have been made for to l, ranks, are murmuring Thos. Wintorsnilth, Bert and Highlander as far as Sandy Hook to the past month for tho occasion, as United detained in any prison in the H. J. Bllncoe and John H. this high rate of assessment, saying to land tho Archbishop. Convention For Work During Kingdom $25 for patrolmen, $$30 for SerA wireless from the Admiralty, bid the pilgrims fodspeed. the picnic this year will surpass any tho Irish coercion under the torms of Hoagland. But here's the rub. At War. bill. This section geants, $35 for Lieutenants and $40 however, Teached them en route, with Miss Maryaret Anglln, the actress, formerly given. Music will be fur- of tho big Republican family picnic the for Captains Is too high for an off Instructions to proceed to Penzance, tho the first woman to address a K. of nished as well as various other at- ready moasure applies to persons alJust colored brothers are barred. sentenced as well as those who Many of at the extreme southwesterly tip of C. national convention, urged the tractions, but the bratwurst feast will Here in Louisville, year in local elections. imagine that. may.hereaf ter be sentenced. In gen-orbody to take an Intefest In creating be the chief of these are saying thoy wish they had England. The Archbishop was landwhere tho negro Republicans cast them old jobs the new law would transfer the back on tho cars, whore ed there this afternoon. He was ac- DE VALEKA LETTER IS READ. better audiences at the playhouses. 11,000 or 60 per cent, of the Repub- their duties of Crown tribunals In Ireland "Educate young people to a more COLESBURG. lican vote, they are barred from n all they had to do was clang the bell companied by a representative of to courts martial. The military lively appreciation of fine drama," An and pull the Tope, while now they are Scotland Yard to the home of Canon Republican family gathering. Miss Anglin said. She received much Tho members of St. Clare's church courts also would take over the ducircular thas been mailed being made monkeys of every day by Wade and afterward took the night invitation The Knights of Columbus at their applause and was invited to present at Colesburg, Hardin county, cele- ties of Coronerg and would havo tho to every white Republican Inviting a lot of "goshdasted crooks" who are train for London. stealing everything in sight. And Cheerful and undaunted by his ex-- j convention In the Hotel Commodore, a concrete plan for the study of brated on Thursday, August 12, the power to decide cases without jury. s bring their wives, them to T. P. O'Connor, President of tho K. of O. schools when feast of St. Clare with Impressive and kids, but for the faithful to add to their misery the Republi- perlences, Archbishop arrived In Lon- New York City, passed resolutions drania In the in the fall. can machine makes them pony up don Tuesday morning, defying the, committing the body for a free Ire- they services. The solemn high mass was United Irish League of Great Britian, colored voter 'who votes under the sung by the pastor, the Rev. John bitterly denounced the Irish, coercion log cabin there is nothing doing. $25, and the Smart Aleck kids call British Government to do its worst! land. The action was taken through ST. MARTIN'S PICNIC. Gastaldl. After mass the Right Rev. law passed by tho House of Commons It sure is He intends to press his claim for the Committee on the Good of the "How- them "Keystoners." The committee announces that Denis O'Donaghuo administered con last week In a statement to the Assofreedom to go to Ireland by all means Order, headed by Federal Attorney dy Ed" Morrow, near Mayor Smith, tough. Tho annual picnic The in his power. It bers and i lends of for the mem- firmation to a class of forty. Dinner ciated Press Sunday night.coercion law, Daniel J. GallaKher. of Boston. Congressman Ogden, who nearly St. Martin's was served to tho visiting clergy by ho said, was the "worst act f The Archbishop talked freely af- road: F. O. I. F. saved Camp Taylor, Senatorial canever proposed In Parliachurch will be hold on the school ter his arrival at the Nazareth House "As Americans and as Knights of grounds, Shelby and Gray, on Tues- tho ladies of the congregation. The ment, and Indeed tho British preceddidate Richard Ernst, and Lieut. without a military band of Camp Knox fur Tuesday night the, rogular monthly at Hammersmith, pouring sarcasm Columbus, we believe in one right of Gov. Ballard, who pa sed the law alent in the parliamentary acts of any August The committees nished the music for tho occasion. lowing the negro to vote without meeting of the Friends of Irish Free- and raillery at the Government's tae-tl- freedom to evory people everywhere day, striving to24. country in the history of the modern make this event tho In drawing an admiralty and to determine the form of government are Identification, will all bo there to dom was held at Bortrand Hall, with READY and with tho Much en- Scotland Yard cordon around his under which they live. meet the white Republican voters. avery good attendance. It Is tilte, largest In recent years, Father Felteu Bob Keyer, asTO ENTER. friends world. gives the executive in Ireland," his school "It movements. The colored preachers, the colored thusiasm was manifested and the perhaps to say It, but say it we do, assistance of tho Rev. he "a were very satisfactory. Next "Since the Battle of Jutland," he that tho Knights of Columbus, believe and his assistants every detail for call him, icallzlng the advantages as any continued, everpower as great as Phil Roscoe Simmons, teachers, Czar has as the necessity of the ontertalnment the members Brown, Harvey Burns and all the Tuesday night a special meeting will said, "tthe British navy has not that Ireland has tho right and ought and f i lends has "beenofperfected. An' well graduated from thoan education, rounds the exerciseclaimed. It surof" this power Natchez has colored politicians can put their nos bo held in the St. Cecilia Hall, for scored a victory comparable with the to foe a free and Independent nation. supper will be seived b the thodral school with high honors and with Impenetrable secrecy. A man es against Fontaine Ferry Park tgate which an excellent programme has chasing of the liner Baltic from the This truth Is axiomatic and therefore ladles fiom 5 to 9 p. m. lalso passed tho physical examination may be tried f or his life in secret, next Thursday and smell the festive been arranged. Good speakers will Irish coast and capturing without the no argument Is necessary." The young ladles will have charge for the Annapolis Naval Academy, convicted in secret, sentenced in secpork chops, but as for mixing with be heard on live topics, and there will loss of a single British sailor the Subsequent to the passing of the gives to The au- resolutions, the'' Knights received a of the linen and doll booths, also a .Long befoie he reached the higher ret and hanged In secret. Itto their white Republican brothers, also be genuine Irish music, singing Archbishop of TMelboflrne. make and dancing. (Father John T. O'Con thorities probably think the victory letter from President Do Valera of special surpilse booth, while the cake grades he had made up his mind to tho Government the right "nothing doing." How he anything an offense. wiil;be Tho refusal to The policy of the Louisville Her- nor, tho President, urges all mem worth winning and tho money invol- the Irish Republic, said to bo at booth ladles, In charge of tho mar enter the Naval Academy. A musical programme worked and applied himself is at- work, to carry munitions, to hold a ald in the King case is but another bers and their friends to attend this ved well spent even though their own Washington, asking that the question ried tested by tho fact that he has passed meotlng, to sing a song, to refuse to example of hypocritical reform and meeting and learn what is going on friends of the press scarcely share of support for official xecargnltion of will be rendered in tlje evening. every test with flying colors and has supply tho police with food every in Ireland. that view. I received no considera- the Irish Republic be brought heforo how youT reformer wilts when the satisfaction jind Joy of seeing (his thing Is left to the will of the execuELDnNATION GAME TODAY. tion from the Government nor do I the convention. Ho wrote: Tax Commissioner King quit fully 'realized. tive. boyhood dreams expect it. I do not feel bound by OUTING AND REUNION. and the Herald or King, under fire "Tho private dispatches which I "Tho Government refused to accept The St. Xavler College baseball Young Keyer received his appointany of their orders and mealrto press have received bear out tho press renor any of the machine crew have atDivision 4, Ancient Order of Hi- my claim to go to Ireland unless the ports coming dally over tho cables, team, winners of tho pennant in the ment to Annapolis through Senator an amendment presented, by Liberals tempted to explain why Boss Searcy's private Secretary, Mts. Gilliam, J. H. bernians, has planned an outing and Republican Government there signi showing that throughout tho great- Twin City League, will take part in Pat Harrison, and his friends in Nat and even by its own supporters. This Eclipse. Scales, the official campaign collec- reunion for Us members, their fami- fies that my presence Is unwelcome." er part of Ireland British rule liT now an elimination sorles atopponents chez and Louisville are predicting a would havo inserted a proviso which bright future for him. His fathor would prevent the creation of new of- Archbishop Mannlx, upon his ar- - little more thdn a system of licens- Park this afternoon, tho tor, former circulation manager of lies and friends at Stower's Grove Zlon church The Government replied tho Herald, and others of the ma- on the Orell car line for the after- lival in London, after having been ing tho ehootln'g up of peaceful being the pennant in club, winners was a former well known resident of fenses. the that it wantod carte blancho and that chine crowd were on the payroll. Tho noon and evening of August 22, and technically arrested on board the towns and villages and the murdor of of tho Other elimination Church this city. games League. anything could be made an offense In only activity shown has been Juggling at the meeting held Monday even- White Star liner Baltic and taken unarmed Irish citizens by roving are also scheduled for today and the. JEFFERSONAILLE. Ireland, even tho such action would of appointments of Police Court ing in Bertrand Hall President S. J. ashore at Penzance, was overwhelmed bands of irresponsible British mili- winners will oli meet tomorrow or Bedfast several weeks from a com- not be an offense In the criminal code Clerk, deputyships, etc., M that a McEllIott appointed tho following With, messages from -- sympathizers tary marauders. Is hard to be- Monday, the winners of the final plication of ailments, Patrick Dixon, of any land In the world. Finally1, John throughout England, Scotland and lieve that America, It machine favorite would bo In a. good committee of arrangements: which had to en game to bo pitted against win- sixty-si- x - years old, died Monday the Government tefused every amend Tat beith. As far as explaining to Halllhan, John J, Barry. James Ireland. These communications con- dure similar conditions In its own ners In other city amateurthe cham- morning at 4 o'clock at his home, ment to define tho duration of tho John Dorsey, Jos. D. Hennessy, tained, besides expressions of indig- early struggles as a Republic, can taxpayers that seems farthest tho Aulbach, thq sensaNow here is Thos. Lynch, M. J. McDermott, Thos, nation at his arrest by the Govern- continue to give countenance to this pionships. Joey the St. X, club, will 629 Missouri avenue. He was a na- act It is forever and ever." from their thoughts. tional twirler of News Service tive of Ireland, but had lived in The example of just how fair J. Langan, Thomas Lynch and Pat- ment, many Invitations to address Dritlsh terror in Ireland. a concrete bo In the box today, with Bejl at the GovernWhen a since boyhood. from London d meetings, according to a statement editorial writers pf rick O'Donnell. the "The present British regime in receiving end. The Twin City pen- young man he learned the trade of cabled is preparing to that the the now ment enforce by the prelate's secretary, Father Ireland Is not "merely the Louisville Herald are when it nant winners are managed by Ray shoenfaker, and for nearly twenty Irish coercion bill with the utmost GOOD SHEPHERD OUTING. comes to doing justice to a DemocraVaughan, to the Associated Press. is uncivilized. To continue to give Haragan, a big favorite In amateur years was employed by the late for severity. The outing for tho of the The reported willingness In Good Shepherd, Eighth SistersMadison Father Vaughan added that nono of it tic official or administration. recognition to it, a regime of alien baseball. and mer Mayor ADranam scnwaningor. of Premier Lloyd George to treat with December 1917, tallowing the inau- streets, will bo held at Fontaine the messages had been answered, as frightfulness, whilst denying to it Afterward he established a shop of Sinn Fein leaders on any basis short guration of our neaT Mayor, the Her- Park next Tuesday afternoon the Archbishop Is still without defi the people's, elected Government, Is ACTING PRIOR. his own and conducted this until he of actual independence Is understood ald published the following under evening. These good Sisters are and nite plans for the future. acl by America to tho an unfriendly doHe was the father of to have been changed overnight. the title of "Examine tho Records." ing a great work in this community i3 elected and became ill. Until a new prior people of a small nation that has At the same time it was cabled that the Rev. Pierce Dixon, pastor of St. "The action of Mayor Smith li HOLY CROSS LAWN FETE. comes to Louisyllle to take charge never done America any wrong. of without Terre Haute, Indvi the reported declslonto refuse permit Patrick's a public accountant tot go over and it is one cent will compensation hoped all rally to their "Ireland has 'the right to oxpect of St. Louis Bertrand church, the who came church. several days before to Archbishop Mannlx to lami in Irehome the city books fcliould servo as a good Wednesday and Thursday next neutrality, at least. But the official Rev, R. J. Lyons, O. P., Is acting and make possible the of land is understood to have been modThe other his example for tho county officials also. assistance continuance of this noble charity In the annual lawn fete of Holy Cross recognition accorded to the British prior and in charge of all business Mr. death. a"re his wife, survivors Mrs. Eliza- ified, as it Is thought ho will be less Dixon From tlmo to time (hero have been rescuing from degradation many un- parish will be given on the church Government in Ireland by countries connected with the convent and rather ugly stories about tho condi- fortunates. This entertainment is grounds at d and Broad- such aa tbe United States is a very church. After tho selection Is. ap- beth Dixon; two daughters. Miss dangerous there, under surveillance, tion of some of Uio offices in the uiider the auspices pf the Ladles' way. Tho fete this year will be on positive comfort and a most power- proved by the provincial the name Agnos Dixon and Miss Lorotta Dixon, than' posing as a "detained martyr." county at the time they were turned Auxiliary of the Good Shepherd, of A larger scale than heretofore, ample ful support to the Government. It of the next prior for three years and a son. Jame3 Dixon. InA brother. ELKS' IUA'EIl FETE. Edward Dixon, also lives Jeffereon-vlllover by tho Democrats to the newly which Mrs, P. H. Callahan Is Presi- preparation having been made for is a definite encouragement to the will be announced. The funeral was conducted The. dent, Those in charge of arranger the amusement and recreation of all British to continue the struggle, to elected Republican officials. Loulsvlllo Lodge of Elks Qwvo who take advantage of this oppor- regain their grip, while it Is a cortrue facts in tills conncctlqa should ments are: PARISH PIONIO AND SUPPER, Wednesday morning from St. Augustine's church at 10 o'clock by the completed the programme for its big be ascertained awl given to tho pub-liMrs. S. J. Boldrlck,' general so- tunity of spending a pleasant even- responding discouragement and obing and renewing old acquaintances. stacle to tho people of Ireland." On If there lias been abuse of pub- licitor. Wednesday afternoon and Rev. Michael Halpln, and was at- river celebration next Thursday, and the lic trust, no individual should be Mrs. J, V. Thomp- The ladies of the congregation will At tho morning session John P. evening, September 1, a big old time tended by people from all the Falls have securedcarry East St, Louis and Linen Booth serve a splendid supper at a nominal O'Neil was ehosea for the Supreme picnic and supper will be given by Cities. A loving husband and in- America to the crowds up'tjie shielded. The1 rejonsiblliry shoeld son, Mrs. A. S. Hoertz. exemplary citizen river. An elaborate display of firebe placed "where tt belongs. Country Store Mrs. W T. Speak. price. Board of Director. He is New Jer-- l the men of St. Agnos parish on tho dulgent father, an poo'r, his death of will Fourth Expert Accountant James 8. Escott sy Deputy or the Knights anu school grounds, Nowburg road- - and and friend the the community. Is works wharf be given on tho departGeneral Chances Mrs. J. "V. previous to the entire street was employed and ihe examined the Blraras. ABLE TO BE OUT. Boulevard Commissioner of Hudson Speed avenue. The committees- are a loss to ure of both boats. Dancing and a J county. bard at work providing attractions books and aecouMsof the 'DemocraCard Gamae Mrs. G. M. Wilson special Vaudeville prOgramraawlll be DECLINES. raaey Cake W$eel Mm. Jehu Gorman. many fritada of Senator tic otfieialfl at a coat poaelbly-oTh Otaara alactM to the board ware aad amuaemeeU so that everyon-Cardinal Merelar baa deelted to MtUF. Tkkets of adoiiaafctti are thousand of dollars to the taxpayer,. Wllrtam Koupar. Mark Ryan are gkta t kaow thakbe William F, T4xt of Indinapote; will be able to have a real picatc, Bor Beoth-r-Miwill maet the BarOatowji parmlt a awRumeot .to he ereeted Is fifty to fctaga, and ja now Joaapa J. Mmmm, Carroll, Iowa; Truck aad Mm aoUra Candy TVheol Mm. J. F. Hauler. k But sot oim word ha ever been gfo nra nonor oy tne joeif last j given, to car(vy, of an t Janaa J, MaUiaw, Ponaa City, road ear at Dear Park aranw. irattutiw. Ham Booth Mr. K. L, ghaahan. abl to ba oat. , "Key-stoner- s" ititey-Btoners- J. Meerman. Frank Huber, widely known in ." site. If K. -- 0f3C - n, Y - en I I Com-.mltt- ee r ox-stre-et or Klm-mel- l, New-hal- al mother-In-law- re-op- en os re-pq- J VJ -- cor-nero- d. FI1-be- n, Cross-Atlant- ic hlgh-browe- -- Thirty-secon- e. e. - f Jfc ttt ntFac pop. 'ta prod 1 r f &. m wV "J- ?- v ( tgss'mrxj&isnr KMickmtr ,fe AAnsoA. An Investment COMING EVENTS. k ' WJBSCR1PT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLECOPV 5c Ann's church, afternoon and evening. August 2G Lawn fete and dance MMter. Entertd at tlia Loultrllle Poitofflce a on lawn of J, Raymond Barrett, Wist Lllwrty Strut 1064 Everett avenue, for charitable kitnu All Communications to tie KENTUCKY IRISH 'AMERICAN, purpose. August 28. Elks' big day at Fontaine Ferry Park. August 28 Moonlight excursion, Jm5CTciNCU-l- i Daughters of Isabella, for benefit of 5?sS ; Visitation Home. September 1 St. Agnes parish ....SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920 nicnlc. afternoon and evening, on LOUISVILLE, KY school grounds, Nowburg road and MM Sinn Speed avenue. much disappointed because FEAST VIGIIi. Social by Cathedral October 7 Foln has not fallen into his murder- - parish ladies In Cathedral Hall, afThis Saturday Is tho vigil o the ous 'trap. But what must wo think ternoon and evening. Feast ot the Assumption, and is a of a Government tthat sets tho stage for tho wholesale massacre of u peo day ot fast and abstinence t ple? Lynd ha3 In those few words t TITLE. MIOUD made, it clear that tho Sinn Fein I Volunteers aro really the party of Liberty loving Americans will law and order in Ireland. heartily agree with the president ot Miss Frances Long is vlsltln in l'LEASES PEOPLE. the Irish Republic and his forceful Eminence. reply to Lloyd George's statement Miss Gov. Cox in his speech of accept- Monday Regina Murphy returned that in 1918 "there was an army of from Indianapolis. pussymore than 150,000 "enlisted men in ance has shown that he is no Harry H. Hennessy Is enjoying Ireland engaged In treasonable con- footing politician and declared his his annual vacation at Peweo Valley. spiracy" .and that "this army had un- position in no unmistakable terms on Miss Mollle Donovan, of Jefferson-villis spending her vacation at dertaken to "attack Great Britain ever' important Question. His mantwo months after tho German "of- ly utterances win the admiration of White Mills. Miss Mary Conley left Sunday to the American public, whether every- spend two fensive." months with rolatives In agrees with him or not In hfs Dublin, Ireland. the total annual output of electrical energy supplied by the President de Valera said the .army one Gas & Electric O mpany during- the past four years, and the estimate for1920: to which Lloyd George refers was an views. Misses Mary and Margaret O'Noil j have returned from a short stay in army ot Irish Volunteers, enlisted to DISPLAYS JUDGMENT. Chicago and Michigan. "lear Kilowatt Hours Output secure and maintain Ireland's rlfjht -Norman Murphy has been spendto Independence, and whoso immeHughes of Austrlla Is ing some of his vacation time in 1&16 . . Premier 31,174,357 diate objective at that time was to making long dlstanco war upon Chicago and Cincinnati. 1917 . . 58,810,844 ignominy of Archbishop "Mannix. Ho Is very em Bave Ireland from the Col. P. J. Hanlon and A. Having her manhood conscripted by phatic in his denunciation of tho B. Wlllson were among last week's 72,543,711 an alien government, whoso conduct prelate who is now on his way to arrivals at Wequetonsing. 1919 . 83,615,697 " reGeorge Kromer Mr. ' towards their own country was a de- Ireland and Rome from New York. turned and Mrs.from Virginia Beach, Friday 1920 (Estimate) . . 104,000,000 . ntal of ovory noble profession and a Wo do not blamo Hughes for dis- where they spent several wooks. proof positive that Brltian had no liking the prelate who defeated James FUbcn has been at CincinA business necessary servicesj required by people and industry furthor object in the war than self- 111 in so signally In two elections In nati this past week enjoying his va365 days in the yearand growing at the above rate, is a good one to invest in. ish aggrandizement. But he displays rare cation period at tho Cincinnati ball Australia. park. Ab far as treason is concerned, no judgment In waiting until the ArchMr. and Mrs. Frank Dugan have liishman can be guilty of treason to- bishop left Australia before attack- taken an appartment in the Parkview improvements will be made to the gas and extensions . ' This wards England, for the Irish peop.e ing. The Archbishop says ho will tind will mdve in tho first of tho electric properties to keep pace with the demands for additional service, Your money can do not acknowledge now, and have deal with Hughes on his retorn to month. thus be put to work to good advantage to you and the community. Miss Ethel Angermlor and guest, never acknowledged that they owe Australia. In his absence Hughes Miss Helen Gallagher, of Chicago, any a'legiance to the British Govern- has the floor. spent several days last iwoek in LexStock Our every ment or Its British King. Irishmen ington. - months. The dividends are free of the normal federal income tax and the stock is exempt CONFESS FAILURE. can be traitors only to their own Miss Anna Mae Hoffman spent the from personal property taxes when owned by residents in Kentucky. week-en- d counuy. Cbuld'the Belgians have Mis3 Margaret with Lloyd George's bill to Impose mil- O'Leary at her home at 1122 East been guilty of treason against Geritary courts upon Ireland and to Broadway. Since November upwards of 1,000 Louisville citizens have become many? no more can Irishmen be courts martial for tho orMiss Edith Callahan has returned profit-sharin- g guilty of treason against Britlan Hubstltuto partners in the electric and gas business. dinary tribunals in civil cases is an from St. Louis, where she visited her Even if wo were to take thfr point or open brother, Robert Callahan, and Mrs. confession that the British Callahan. view that Britain wishes the world Why not call and have a chat with the manager of our Investment Depart' Government has ceased to function Cummins, ot to take of our relation to her, we Mr. and Mrs. outside of Ulster. Only tho oourts Meadowbrook, willDick ment, or get our illustrated literature by using the attached coupon? return next week toe no more "traitors" than would of tho Irish Republic are recognized from a visit Washington was, and in that sense or transact any business. Even the and Syracuse. to friends in Buffalo aaamaa "traitor," as applied to ius by the Unionist attorneys must practice beMiss Alyce Everin and Miss Celeste British, Is a proud title. fore them In order to get their cases Tevlin left Tuesday for Charleston. S. C. Before returning they will settled. The proposed military go to Asheville, N. C. GOVERNOR HAS STRENGTH. courts will try to enforce martial ,1920 Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Glass will reBut that has turn next week from a ten days' Cox is stronger in Ohio today than law on the country. Investment Department Coercion has visit to Mrs. Glass' sister, Mrs. ever before. Ho has given tho State been tried before. of Louisville Gas & Electric Co. at Owensboro. failed already and it will fall again. three flno administrations. He has Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wulf. ShawLouisville, Ky. put through a great amount of proguests nee Terrace, had as week-en- d EDUCATION OF CHILDREN. Please bend me your inveitment literature. MLss Louise Arnold and Mrs. A. gressive legislation, samples ot Becker, of Davenport. which are the workmen's compensaHave you taken Into consideration Name Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Cunning and tion law andthe child labor law. He the future education ot your chil- Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Duncan have Street. mado a splendid record as War Gov dren? H. M. Byllesby & Co. ?$$& Vacation is half over, and returned from Martinsville, where ernor. Like Jils backers, ho Is full the young folks are anxious to know they spent two weeks. Telephone of confidence and full of fight. Not where ithoy aro going to go. Don't Mrs. James Shelley has gono to even Harmon had so strong a claim let Johnnie or Willie coax you to let Boston, where she is with her daughto tho votes of his State and the lilin go to some Godless school, just ter, Mrs. John F. Lynch, and Mr. way Harmon thrashed Harding when because some chum of his seems to Lynch at Quincy Bay, Mass. M. DeDovitt, Miss Mr. the two met in conflict Is painful to think it tho best. Get in touch with Marthaand Mrs. Jl. and Miss Virginia DcDevltt contemplate. lAnd his speech of ac the Brothers who have returned to Murman are spending a short time at ceptance has won to his side thou their respective schools and havo the the Hotel Astor in New York. CHARITY Misses ICatherine Cochran, Marie PUBLIC RIVER CELEBRATION FOR sands and thousands of voters. matter settled at once. Tho same Landolt, Alma Donnelly, Ruth and may be applied also to your girls. Marie Donnelly will leave on TuesSETS MURDEROUS TRAP. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 8 There are wonderful schools and day for a trip to Niagara Falls. academies closo at hand where your Mrs. R. E. Heffernan, Miss Eliza "Law and order" is the stock daughter can be turned out with a beth Heffernan and Hays Heffernan Crowd catch cry of the true British Will Run Two more perfect finish In tho eyes of have gone to Indianapolis and MarIt Is in tho name of "law God and" man tinsville to spend several weeks. than in the Mrs. W. J. O'Leary is visiting her and order" that the habeas corpus STEAMERS EAST ST. LOUII AND AMERICA finishing schools. husband in South Dakota for a few is suspended, martial law imposed weeks. Mr. and MrsO'Leary will and troops sent up and down take a trip to California before reTYRANT LAWS, TWELVE MILE ISLAND TRIP. through Ireland. Order must be turning to their home. established and the law respected Mrs. Frank McGrath and daughDancing and Vodvil on both boats. Ticktts 50 cents. The new coercion law for Ireland before any concessions can be mado passed by the House of Commons is ters. Misses Helen and Marie Louise Grand Fireworks Display foot of Fourth street, 8 p.m. WE NEED SEVEN AND GET FIVE MoGrath, have been spending a at' this is the Lloyd George-Tor- y without a precedent in parliamentary month at the Chalfonte Hotel at At vnup tickets, act on the boat, view the fire- "Rn titude. Naturally one would expect government. -, It gives the Chief lantic City. that the. forces ot tho crown would Executive Officer in Ireland power as Mrs. Thomas Newman and brother, works, then up the river for a good time." . Every time we take in a five cent fare bo doing their utmost to carry out great as any Czar that ever lived. It Thomas Shelley, left this week for a "law and order" programme. The surrounds the exercise of this power Quincy Bay to spend the remainder on our cars we fall just two cents short of truth Is, however, that the most dis- with Impenetrable secrecy. A man of tho summer with Mr. and Mrs. our requirements. John F. Lynch. orderly elements in Ireland aro those may be tried for his life In 6ecret, Mr. and Mrs. J. Foley, Third and very forces, at least that is the tesThere is seven cents' worth of work to week N, as guests timony of Robert Lynd, a distin- convicted in secret and hanged (or Mrs.entertained Green and last daughter, murdered) In secret. It would toe a Mary Minnie do in the paying of debts and making guished English writer, whom tho Neal. of Richmond, and Mr, laws. and Mrs. Tom Lyons and little London Daily News sent to Ireland revival of the Infamous Penal improvements for every five cents we get. daughter, ot Indianapolis. on a special mission. He says: PKOTEST UnGED. In a word we need seven cents and Tho Olisses Margaret and Nellie "Since Sir Hamar Greenwood bePhelan. who have been spending the came Chief Seoretary on April 2 get five. The American Commission on Irish week with their orother, M. H. Plie-laEnglish troops and police in Ireland Independence urges Indignant protest Chicago, have left for Denver, raise is absolutely necesA two-cscommitted tho following crimes: against the application to Ireland ot where they will spend the month of August before returning to LouisatTwenty-on- e murders, thlrty-eisary. h coorcion act passed tho , tempted murders, ninety woundings, by the English Parliament and au- ville. W. S. SPEED, Chairman. Mr. and Mrs." Edward C. Kelly ene sackings and shooting up thorized by the German King of the tertained Saturday afternoon with a -JOHN W.BARR,Jr inof towns. These figures do not their home on Edgeland and British Empire, and also' protests party at avenue, for their daughter, clude any deaths, woundings or deEverett W. H. KAYE, against the illegal arrest of Archbis- Miss Madelyn Valla, to celebrate her struction ot property which occurred hop Mannix, birthday anniversary, thirty-tw- o AND AMUSEMENTS FOR BOTH YOUNG AND OLD Executive Committee. ninth during the affairs between the mililittle friends being, present. tary or police, and Sinn Felners." DOES SATAN RELAX. "Admission 15c, including war tax. Announcement is made of the marLynd voices his astonishment at this riage of Miss Mamie Logan and Edstate of affairs by observing: "It Is One sees many church signs now ward J. Grady, U, S. A. The wedding a startling fact that the Government announcing that "this church Is took place on the evening of August de 5 at the rectory of St. has taken . no public steps to- check closod for the summer and tho min- - Paul church. Miss BessieVincentwas Gunn .. i i THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF NAZARETH tne campaign 01 snooting, noBBuiB.ister cone on a vacation." Wonder the maid of honor and Theodore ' nd arson by their paid servant ,f was best man. ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF devJ1 goed on a vacatiou at'the Lano ...Lai Ua. Trial. nnnli " Tft T.vn.lliama lime or does some one urranso Mrs. J.pJ. Reagan was host Satur"" "'"" 'the ' ' day afternoon at a garden party at wsra told that the servantB ot for a truce with Oils Satanic Majesty? her home in.Powee Valley In honor "Government were merely carrying EVERY SUNDAY 9 A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. of her daughter, Miss Lillian onCMhelr instruction he would find 851 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. Don't you have to chuckle when Those who assisted la receivMOONLIGHT TRIPS jiothln very startling In the fact you think of the proud and haughty ing were: Mlsaes Frances Craig -Gertrude Gibson, Sue Reedy, tfct ao steps havo been taken to John Bull being forced to make over- SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 8:15 P. M. information call at Presentation Academy. Eor further Ruth Oassilly, Gladys Barr, Lillian chck fthelr criminal activities. Lynd Dancing Free. Jj4uslc by Myers and Howell's Union Orchestra. Reagan. d nn Fein a well deserved bomb throwcra7 MlMent by saying: "ii u were w IMPROVING. OD. tor the iron discipline of the Sinn SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION Rev. Brother Ignatius, Q. F, X., ItKTOEAT AT LOKETTO. BARI3STOWN, KENTUCKY, "Volunteer I IwUev the long President ot St. Josenh'a College at outrage oa the part of th Itev. Father MalthoW. C. P., Bardstown, for the past two weeks of perl .The CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYSg BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ill at St. Joseph's Infirmary, l now GUNN'S Hanrmntft of the Grown- would nave ot St. Louis, has been giving a Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. convalescent and oa the way to for th6 .Sisters at. Loretto, sad KMftad ih ittopl lato aaoiiMr rta- - I tm AvnAAtfut In vLatf tl&a fatkAtvi 12MJ5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET, This will he weleoae jwwtf KLGUTII GltA.DE COMMERCIAL. HIGH SCHOOL (ng" A rtataa; fa jaai; waat wwya tho tocred Heart jutwa tfor ra-- for &t pupil and irianda throughS:nd for Bulletin. Piioae City 6ST4 out the State. George want and no "doubt be la turning- - to the Mound City. Second-Cla- n 1 August 18-1- 9 Lawn feto of Holy and Cross church, Thirty-secon- d SATURDAY. PUBLISHED EVERY Broadway. August 19. Elks' vUi K th Soda! nd Moral Advwoement ol Irish American and CithoMei tion and excursion for river celebracharity. Order of Hibernians. Yonne Men s Officially Indorsed by Ancient August 22 Outing and reunion Institute and Catholic Knigbts of America. ot Division 4, A. O. H., at Stower's locorportteJ. Publishers Grove. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO.. August 25 Summer social of St. " XENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. , ma 0-- I Necessary pub UrXEMi lie Service yestment in Damns an In iaalWCorii SOCIETY. Doubled Electrical Demands Show Louisville's Recent Growth demands of are a JVHE electricaland prosperity.a city figures sure index growth given below The .show - e, 1 i : ex-Go- v. & i9i8 ' supplying year many and Preferred pays a substantial cash return regularly 3 last investment EBepzrtmeni Kentucky inquiry Coupon Louisville Gas & EJectrafCo. 311 W. Chestnut St., Louisville Pot-tlng- er, ELKS' P.M. Boats to Carry the I ELKS' BIG DAY Saturday, August 28, 1920 n, FOOTAINE FERRY PARK nt x eighty-eight- fifty-thre- FEATURES FOR FERN GROVE 500 .... - STEAMER AMERICA '"' I 1V-4..- W. iRea-ga- n. NAZARETH COLLEGE OOTCOBBR , Gat-cho- ll, 1920. Ift rm com-(an- JOSEPH'S OOIBGE) - re-tr- et ry tm : JU J , KiKKroMJOBrsr xxi:ix FACTORY jkJMn&mx&AJX, STBS THSTBD SINGER Vand mens yum oiiAHSBs SSSSSSBSSSSSSSPaSSSSHUtZa3S PITTED BEST ABI.B SEBYICB BEAHON- AAn,AA,a,ff1r11 W. H. Sillim&n, Pres. 1 111T , r--f Fred J. 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P. 1' 41 4 BANNON PIPE CO.! i NEILL-L- A VIELLE 0DH OBOCSE&X, INCORPORATED OO. N SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED .. .. Phone City 2154 IiOmSVIMjB, KDNTTJOKY. Also Makors of Oertcls Dnrk and Oertels Light. ( THE ZERR CO. MONDAYS ONLY PRESSED SUITS DRY CLEANED, Sewer and Calvert Pipe, BaaBea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits) Wall Cepla?, Draia Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, Preenae1, Fiae Liaise;, Fire BriclS Fire Crate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. OFFICE PHONES CITY WORKS I MILL AND ( J i reaitsiwei'BaaeaB4aeiiaieiiie)aM Thirteenth and BreokuiridB . fc 0O7. and MiHth aad lfaBalia. MAIM J LADLES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, COMPLETE LINE OP UNION DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MADE SHOES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City 6443; Main 2434 Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock City Cleaners and Dyers FACTORY SUPPLIES $1.25 Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING ENTERTAINMENTS PRIVATE PICNICS GROTE'S (Formerly Siower's Grove) In tho Beautiful Park on Lincoln Highway STOWER'S STATION, EIGHTEENTH STREET ROAD For Engagements Call GROTE'S, 410 West Jefferson St. Phones City 6042 and Main 9392 j H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. 40G-7-- Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. JOHN B. O'LEARY Headg.uarte AND FARM St OO. Thirty-tw- o NEW AND SLIGHTLY S CARS USED BOUGHT, SOLD AND Incorporated Years Ought To Be Suf ficient uuarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity Give Me 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDG. NATIONAL HATTERS WEST EXCHANGED U It's For Sale a Call 325 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON i AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 0fJJlt4Oajajf))ta Director Ma JEFFERSON STREET OLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OF THE MOST RELIABLE DEALERS IN THE FALLS CITIES BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY 405 WEST BROADWAY ii v for PINK VARBLE PROPHRTY CITY REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER Sea as about anything la real 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. wtate. Wo eell. buy and reat. Both Phones 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Socie Phone City 4464. St. Matthews 57 Crescent 29-L DYERS AND GLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 I Funeral and 81Cf. Embalmeri in Home Phone, Shawnee 802 LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSONVILLE THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'nd 7413 J. W. HESKAMP BUILDER HEAVY TRUCK BODEGS. CLOSED CAB AND vFORD BODIES A SPECIALTY BLACKSMITH WORK Quick Service and Quality HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Tin Roofs Repaired and1 Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spocclalty aOll WEST BROADWAY GLOBE BOTH PHONES OF SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi Bast 180 DOUGHERTY & McEllIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 612-01-4 i g' GENERAL i Funeral I Climb. Mala "t'l aty H"t"l"M-H-''l-- H Directors and Embalmersl 2008-- a UnderhiU St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Vsir FRICEe PAH) Guaranteed ST. SIATTHEWS KENTUCKY THE 8HEPPARD MFC. DEAD ANIMALS QIGHEST CASH both ! xjat;rH;K. M I Hema City 2808 "H-- t et 44'l tfr Phone City Call Home Cumb. Phone Main, 721. LOUISVILLE flAMBLY 721; !. D. BAX L. Directorand Embalmor FnAeral . CWJsSTNUT iijimmmmn )n RKNDBMNaOO. SHOE BTORHB Incorforated STEEL AND HION WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 677 .LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam Forcings and Fire Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty Home Phone, City 78 64 Cumb. Faone, SECURITY & LOAN OO Inoorperated.' A. Lazlr, Manager Money Advanced on Yonr Plain Net 312 Wost Jefferson Streat CO. (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET PARRAKEET Incorporated JCineralwater & Grocery Company 1 BOMSPUOMBS6 FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 406 BED POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular es VtVWVVVVlV'VWWVHVVWW CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. BROS. All Kinds ef Teotwear Whole FaaUjf Twe EAMBLYV Tot the west 4iz-- w 717-7- 1 IiOUBVILlM, Kl MUi aad Portland. 18th aad Magwainn Stores ghaw. 1716 City 7164 1863-- L Frank Harimm & Sons AND D100RAT0RS 100 WS8T MARKMT STREET RealdeaM Phoa Shawnee 12 2- -J HOUII PAINTERS Both Phones 2406 tn their personal, security. F. R. POOLKXV r red tape. Loans to .housekeepers Courier-Journ- al or salary, with no publicity 3i:i'et. Ia1: AVVVVVMVVVVVVtVVVMAVVVVViVW &&2 AdCsLixa. ORNAMENTAL GLASS ESTIMATES I City 6910 v Res., Shawnee lom l, REUTLINGER & CO. Vldolph Rentllnger Sullivan Transfer Co. InserpeMted GENERAL v415 S. Fourth Street. FTJtl INSURANCE TOitXADO, LIABnaTY' AND PLATIB OLA88 IIS SOUTH THIRD STREET. , TRAN8PORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNIC AND "HAYRTOB PARTDW ' 11S9 W9T HATH BTftBT 'strwt. AFTER MANY YEARS Dr. A, Lope, Naturopath, 334 East Market street, Cumb. Phone, Main 4R1 aunu) nu from indlsrflRtlnn. which I had maay years. At ifreeent I ffel fin aad and drink evory- Ida Carl. 989 Unde-rhil- l thtiw. T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 508-51- 0 Bulldlag, LOUISVILLX ART GLASS CO. Shoes For Every Member of the Family "LEADED" AND Home Phone 3 SOS MADE IF DESIRED Metal Setting la Sine, Copper aad ST. BevaMd Mirrors and FRED FEIGE A SON UNION MAD 3 AND SUPPERS 411 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY SHIOBS at SOUTH W1NZIL Both Phon8 4fl Bareled G4w Telephone City 89 9 S StfaijPS"' V jbOBraFTJo:irY nfcxsaac AAdLraio-auj- . a son SWISS CLEANING Bacon -- HERMAN STMS SONS J 1 ' DO IMCORPORATED We Give and Redeem ""'iBBl Surety Cewpene. MEN'S. SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. OF wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm We Qive and Redeem Qeld Tredlnj SUmes. 70tf KNOW AB0U7 OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? i Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed CONFIRMATION A Convenient and Dignified Metfioa of Purchasing Household Kequirements on uejerreQ SWISS CLEANERS INCORPORATED AND DYERS Payments. The OBtetaadlas featmrea of thla method are Ha coBvealeace la making purchases without any eoBfliaerafcle outlay ot cash. The advantage ol baying ea the Glob Plea daring oar varloas sales AT.8ALB PRICES. Whatever Is the prioe ol the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that fa also the price to a Household Olab Flaa easterner. There la positively ao advaaoo. There are ao "coafldoatlal arraagoaieDte." It fa eoadacted apoa aa opea basfa with a fixed ftchedale et rates. The tint payments aad the monthly payments are the same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH EpURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT I Satisfactory Eyeglasses You will find tlio best argument for patronising us in tho long list of customers whom woliavo fitted wltli satisfactory glasses. "A TRUE SERVICE." "Wo do not sell glasses as merchandise. Wo sell you satisfactory service. Optromctry is a profecsion worthy tho name, and wo practice it in all iti higher branches. - $13.30 - $18.00 White Shirts and Blouses I To Go With Confirmation Suits, llfiHnLBl 1 1 it' z iiHi $1.00 11 ' $1.25 J $1.50 '$ W" m&Jkmx&Jk LotdarOUJ I LOOK BOTH WAYS! II 1b' y M"m K nimw i a-v.k New Lines of White Geods and Laces for Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Both Phones 1323 Auto Deliver; . A NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE IND. Beoaon now open. New discoveries with sven miles of underground won. aors Bna two routes make it the crand-t- r of all the known smaller caverns. Take Uie Clinrlrstown "Trolley," Internrban Station. Third Street. Auto parties will find good roads all the way. Cave open all the time. Meals, rerrosnmenu. etc. Special Itnten To Parties Of Ten Or More. Write Indian Cavo Co., Louisville, Ky. l'uono Bhawnco 1015. When you are crossing the street you want to ' X look both ways for automobiles. This Company is here to help you' look both ways in your FINANCES. Through our many years of useful service to this community, we believe that we can be of help 1 to you. Call and let us talk over IUUK arrairs wun you. INDIAN CAVE CHAmSTOWN, visit nEAunroi. v (Ml iwy JOHN M. MULLOY miiiiiiiiiHbMjtri jrVJ ?aiaiaiaH 212 WEST MARKET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Tea, lb , Coco, lb..... Baking Powder Extract, par tube Pie Filling Eggr Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Coffeolb 80oto$1.25 30c to 40o to OOe CNTRAL CONSUMERS 1 B l I . GOo 40o 30e 25c 20a 1 ram utr r MiMn I i I l a hiiiirii A HTTrrr????r7rrfr1tn naHBA mi iiit You Want D ocversge ThatStimuIatea . LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative "bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. j Columbia Building The Oldest Trust Company In the South. High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. !( Feurth and Main. THOS. J. BROCAR Automobile Repairing Tubes Tires Accessories , I j J II ii 1 UNDER THE BIG CLOCK $ ) i I j and Satisfies. PHJIBEOITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY Main 9122 III ft 1 Curab. Pliono Homo Phono, City 2720 HOT AND COLD WATER e DRINK FEHR'S 1 Mff Ml I I I 4 yosteeeset)ei SMOKERS ATTENTION j MARKET AT SECOND CIGARS UJUlia'X'iaitJL'llSJJ CIGARETTES TOBACCO J t m A" 8 1 GIBSON HOTEL v UAttlJGLiS PIEDMONT Elghtcon Cents, Two for Thirty-fiv- o LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CAPORAL $1.70 Per Carton. CUT-RAT- I f Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH RATES REASONABLE 119 SOUTH THIRD STREET, Bet. Market and Main II i Grain and Hods. i) & AMERICAN E JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. CinCKEN DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY iii III HI ii II! ..! vruuruuaaeooui -f.-- SERVED jljtajlvx tinajivQ .i - I . TOBACCO STORES aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJc - ... mrmr ' mnm ..... PAV -- VISIT C. M. SCHELL'S SUMMER GARDEN FOR BEST STEAKS, CHOPS, ETC, Dixio Highway, Iloino Todav i f 'Meeeeeeeeeeeteeee IVo-- Preston and Jefferson INCORPORATED 213 "West Jefferson CITY , 46 I HOME Road, At Glcnhrook Station Cumb. Phone, Pleasure Rldgo 21 Eighteenth-stree- t II HI HI Central Consumers Co. INCORPORATED BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Open For Xuslxxoes uihiii unai :k .... (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. ALL Louisville, Ky. IIM Ml : mam IHwJIim;) wWmws&k The World's Best. Heaviest Furnace Made. Franklin Gas Burner w- - Ill IJiio I AUTOMOBILES STORED ,AND WASHED !! k SPEUAL ATTENTION TO THEATER MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. . Oity o. & 8400-PHONB-2Vt- cixx 1040 Moncnei auxiliary uas rumaces cut gas bills in half. ; ; r5raaSsatKa3 Jl UIlVkSMjn iJ?iSsil sVsH.VtHfBk. T ,; Franklin Quick Removable Gas Burners Jnefollol in anv rnnl fiiniflr JIHWUVU w vw.., .w. iJ J l You I E. UIO slip them In and slip thom out, Burn kos or coal in turn " about. G.-- Cumb., Main 490 Home, Oity 4990 m PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS AND GENTLEMEN'S j kr kkiiK. c t i wrui The Henry Offico V TvrnT?Tn? .c ' mpmi idsSV t. HEARTICK i OF LADIES' WEARING Foundry and Furnace Co INCORFORATKD. J K iAQX' BH.VAJJW&X Main 033 City 3181 APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHjrANN, Manager VMMMMHMMaWMMM, ,,,.., . Main 2382 and Salesroom 521 "West Market Street. City 9384 WB GUARANTEE LET'S GO" Uaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 2 H.BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 3B. S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. On rtumltore, Diamonds and other Per sonal property (it loweit xatea la our PEOPLK'S PKOVXDENT ASHOCIATIONT DO&K8 FRED BrookamlAStfl. G. JONES & CO. INCORPORATE! Holy Cross Lawn Fete Thirty-Secon- X A WnFRQMy M&io 1813 SASU, DOORS, BLIKDS AKD MILIiWORK. LTJMBE1R LUMBER Wedaesday and Thursday 0OO August 18 and 19. SPLENDID SUPPER 35c Why eat at boma? No admission, Everybody welcome. We'll get you in. VrffT- - d and Broadway Incorporated COLEMAN BUILBING S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON 203 BROADWAV 1 We Bay Rags, Scrap Troa, Metals, LUMolLrf I tut ir CMJEft SOW Rubber and Paper Stock IiOtilsvlUe, Ky. LOUISVILLE WAST1 MATERIAL CO. H "' FurafeMnw, "' Doors Sash ALL Weekly Savings Club BUILDIKa MATERIAL MILL WORK itilisallK.ssMsliKk. .r 'W W Qy Co. Hl FRED. CLOEMKER H "A fKy c WBST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 801-90- 8 LUMBER 418 to 496 rzrz&iiUrffrMA mok yj 9 TSSSBVBF START INC THIS 'HI NTH WITH THE I FOURTH AND O STS , City 866 Weat 866 South Louisville Bank Femrth ami Central Arenas Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home ot "Quality Feeds" 123 N. FOURTH ST. AND 918 N. FrFTBKNTH ST. BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER JNCOPOtATTO One Board or One Million Feet Phone S. SrokiatMr VrMk TrA 4 Iwitah, iofsji ft t. 0tk. tWHAt OTHERS THINK IMPOSSD3E WE DO Ca v x - GBNSRAL AUTO REPAIRING ALSO KXPHRT WMiDINa AND BRAZING DAY AND NIGHT SHRVIOK THE AUTO. HOSPITAL TWENTY.S100KD AND EPPING'S ELECTRIC CLEANER SOFT DRINKS THE VERY BEST Sixteenth and Maple S8. Wet and City 12. ft- - -cay Djy CU 8UWBe S78 HAPLl JTRBlTft Night Call City 8327-- J WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING CleaiiH by Phono Us For Air Alone. Demonstration. s LADIES' AND GBNTS' SUITS Dry Cleaned and Preeed....$1.7S Work Called For and Delivered Telephone City 2742 ' LOUISVUiLE CLKANHRS DXKR6 665 SOUTH SBVBKTH ST. Where the Quich Meal Comes In Where tfae hosae Where work la dOM PLASTERER Chiiders Elect. Co. Iorporatd 333-33- HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL CO. (IHCQPOAT) BROOK AND BLOOM City 8S80 Cumb. 8. 154 Where the lightest; Where the work meal' Where real feat eooklag tttmt JOHN B. WATHEN s 6 WJE8T MAIN ST. Cliy-1j3g-- Min m Where the raage etaade Wateh Crystal Fitted 20c Watch aad Jewelry Repairing That's ?tH looted. tUinttth naaiKiMrBoltaTK-d WTtor, iPepe Tsl Phone :A UjlawU.ad Pyae. gtreetg. ' Both The Company Withjtk Col and tht Stnrict. t iret Mil, rUBNTTUIUi MOVIKG AMD. PAOKDNI WX0L1IAL1 LOmSVILUB -1- J. M. iUCKNER TOBA00OMI8T - The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 JOUTH FOURTH, AVB. where "flnlolr Meal" QmUk the Where beklag gtret eVe light Where dredge Is ewt e& eight Mb where That'a "Qalek Meal" uufa MnuurcH lltt Weet 3)M4 M. maxtlomi - 8TRBBT KBNTUOKY Next to Rex Theater Opea Ji'ielei Vmm ,.f P.. M. Meal Safta Seld, Iaetallea 6BHBRI& SON, ui Hiihly Keeewue w. w$8b .