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Kentucky Irish American NO. 8. boss, has promised them Slwwneo Park for their own if'tho local ticket Is ! PHWE: HOMC B MAW IwlSTHto THteas & Every Driver an Bscort ' Traxfer Ct 800 Incorporated VOLUME XLV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BECKHAM Friends Tx-yln- rights "Sir. Cheslcy,"' tho Republican to Stem the Tide of 4 Opposition Against Candidacy. ' Ills v Women Suffrage Means More Trouble and Social Duties For AVorkcrs. Negroes Arousal Over Republican Family Picnic Given For White G. O, P. Voters. BURGLARS TEASE KEYSTONERS. A few of tho Democratic campaign leaders and Senator Beckham's friends are just realizing the turn of sentiment against his candidacy and are trying to stem that tide. In canvassing the. situation they haveMls-covore- d that from all parts of Kentucky comes tho cry that many true and tried voters of tho Democratic party will not support Beckham In November. Early last spring a movement was Started to reorganize tho Democratic party and to the governing committees .It was suggested from differont quarters that stops then bo taken to eliminate Senator Beckham from the campaign this year. This advice was disregarded and now it Is realized, when too late, that Beckham will not receive tho support of a united Democracy. These Bamo gentlemen are now trying to explain that Senator Beckham didn't really mean it when ho voted against tho resolution of sympathy for Ireland, but tho explanation Is very very weak. Perhaps an attempt will be made to explain now why Beckham and his man Haly shoved prohibition into every Democratic primary and convention, their act causing disson-sio- n and breaches that have never been healed. Today Beckham and Haly are not flaunting their prohibition views as of old and their opponents will have an inning in November. Without Beckham Gov. Cox would have swept Kentucky by a landslide majority, but handicapped as ho 13 our Presidential nominee faces a Hard task. It la rumored that Bingham and his aide Wallace Hugres. of l, are now at Rethe publican Boss Hert's summer home, possibly seeking Inspiration to aid their friend Beckham's campaign. Once again Col. Petty . and Paul Burlingamo step forward to explain just why the police and firemen violated tho city charter by selljng tickball 'game .between ets for a tho Keystone policcand ,the"hlck" flrcinen. The tickets bore the official stamp of "Lud Petty" on the back, but both of the above gentlemen Just pooh poohed tho idea of having to explain a little thing like "It was violating tho city charter. just a little humor and Joke all they said, presumably around," meaning the Jke was on the taxpayers who do not like tho city charter to be considered a mere scrap of paper. Here's another phase of the ticket selling question some InquisiWhy tive ones would Hko to know. were Largo lots of tickets sold to keepers of soft drink stands, some buying as much as 825 worth? That's a puzzle, isn't it? If a soft drink is only selling soft drinks why should ho kick In so heavily to the police and city administraYou can answer this one tion? yourself. The ball gamo was harmless enough, many of the players showing that they were a little green at the pastime and would havo been more adept abthe good old country game of tpwn ball. However, the Keystoners ran true to form. They never got as far as second base, Hhlch is known ns tho Keystone sack, and they allowed tliclr opponents to perform like our burglars, as llioy were stealing (bases) all afternoon. About 500 of the colored Republicans were In the grand stand, the West Walnut and West Chestnut street gambling and chicken loving contingent being predominant. Speaking of the colored element, machine the seems to bo In for right smart trouble since suffrage was granted the Tho colored paper hore women, tells how the G. O. P. has negro women canvassing all of the negro sections to round up the women to vote the Republican ticket this fall. Republican Boss Searcy In an interview says that he Is well pleased over tho fact that women 'have been given the right "to vote, but Chos' friends ought to .tip him off as to what happened to old Annanlas for carelessly dangling with tho truth. Tho Republican machine for years has rounded up the negro men voters in tho highwayfl and byways at registration and election, certain Republican workers being forced to mingle pretty close with their colored Republican brothers in campaign tlme-3-. It iias beon no strange sight to see those Republican officials of tho police and fire departments and em ployes of the Board of Works com ing through the alleys arm m arm with the colored voters, who were rounded up with the aid of the gamblers and This fall we will see the Mine Republican workers walking arm to arm wKli the colored cooks, washwomen and other dusky belles. And Ohes Searcy says he is pleased. The :neero voter Is ranldv cobiIsk into his own in the Republican party In this State, Hert's Governor imng forced to appoint many negroes to State jobs tills year, while here in Jefferson county the negroes state that, baring ) per cent, of the vote, ttiaf mart Kiws mora power and prestige.. Baxter Squire, one at out central plaMrrouads, faa oyt to thtu outright been and la aaswer to 4te isttreastsc demands of the negroes for more Courier-JournaBtand-keeper Recently successful next year. j the Republican machine announced a picnic to be given Thursday, August 19, and to get rid of the po'rslstent negro Republicans it was decided to give tho Republican family picnic at Kontalne Ferry Park, AVIIERE NEThe GROES AVERE BARRED. negro leaders caljed the handof the machine mighty quick though about trying to shake them and to appease their wrath the Louisville Herald, tho machine organ, announced a picnic for tho colored people only at Fern Creek Fair, on August 20, tho day following. Despite the attempt of the Chosley Club and Republican leaders to seclude themselves many of their colored Republican brothers from tho baptlzln' preacher to tho Walnut street applied for admission at Fontaine Ferry Park Thursday only to bo given the cold shoulder. The negroes are vowing vengeance for the snub, and yet Ches Searcy tells tho reporters he is pleased because many colored women will get to vote now. Looks like they are 'kidding" our neat Mayor out West whero he went on a trip. One Colorado paper quotes him as being in favor of the League of Nations, and what Tobe Hert and the boys will do to him for that break will be a plenty. Another paper says he took part in many Industrial problems during tho war and In establishing was nstrumental waterways in Illinois, Kentucky and Ohio. It's a good thing they didn't ask Smithy where some of those waterways wore that he established, tout anyway he's having a llttlo (fun and Just as much Mayor out there as ho Is when here, so let him go. The crap-shooter collecting its $25 political assessment from the Keystone police and firemen, and it might embarrass our near Mayor if ho was hero. Of course acting Mayor Joe Kirwnn, Chief Pet. ty, Paul Ilurlingutno, Lewis Jolinson nnd Joe Selllginan of the Hoard of Safety may know It, but they are not on Tecord as being opposed to political assessments. In case you run across any of the above gentlemen tip them off that the machine is nicking the police and firemen for $6.25 each month for four straight months. Maybe they would kick yes maybe. Tho fashionable burglars were busy this past week. We call them the fashionable burglars as they just operate on Fourth avenue. Recently they robbed the Relhm Music Company and the following night broke Into tho store next door, later tho Fourth avenue burglars broke into the Taylor drug store on Fourth avenue, ana cleaned out tno eare. This past weok the burglar alarms at Lemon's Jewelry store, Vic Lorch's Btoro and Wolf's corset shop were turned In several times, the making a run, but no clue was discovered. It is believed mat these 'bad crooks are playing "I Bpy" With dUr comedy cops and are going a haul 5when thefKeystoners; On one .call are away from base. lately the Keystoners came back to tho station house and reported that while they were investigating some malicious persons kept tlirowing Now, rocks at them in the dark. Isn't that a shame! These bad bur glars, not satisfied with their profitable hauls, are now annoying and teasing our innocent Keystoners. By the way the "hick" firemen staged a little one act reel this week. In going to a fire the engine started sputtering and threatened to blow up, all of the boys Jumping and running madly for cover. Sounds like a movlo picture doesn't It? Some one finally discovered that thero was no Yes, the Are water In the boiler. k.ept on burning while the comedy was being staged. s Havo you noticed how the Key stoners are developing Into regular uncommon sight ladles men? It's-nto see these caT boyB strut ting through tho streets with a girl or two on the arm, and Just the oth er day two of them in uniform were seen escorting two dizzy 'blondes of the Gayoty chorus up Jefferson street One of tho Keystoners was Just full of talk, too! Hewas telling .the wise chorus girl that ho believed "that ho had seen her before down at tho op'ry house at his hum town" and that his "htun town op'ry house nsed to havo some crackln fired good shows thar, 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' and 'Ten Nights in a Bar Room' bavin drawn sccli crowds hat extra scats had to bo loant from Zcko Tucker's livery stable." Yes sir,' Col. Potty's Keystone police may not catch burglars' but they are acquiring town ways fast when they will tote tho chorus girls around. "Gee If the folks back hum could just have seen him spoofing (?) this wise chorus girl." on Key-Btone- machino goes on rs e' o ex-stre- et SUNSET EXCURSION. Final arrangements have been made for the sunset excursion td'be given Saturday,, August 28, by the Daughters of Isabella for the benefit of the Visitation Home. The boat leaves the foot of Third street at 4 o'clock. Tickets are all fifty cents and may be secured at tho following places. Visitation Home, Rogers Church Goods Co., riko & Hlckey, Ratterman & Dean, S. M. Raffo's, or from tho committee. niRERNJIAN OUTING. An outing and reunion of Division) col-or- od grn Ancient Order of Hibernians, jwHI at Crete's iGrove, SJtower's Station: tomorrow afternoon and evening and the committee In charge want it understood that it is not limited to members, but want everyone to be their gusst that cares to spend a. pleasant afternoon and evening. Collins' orchestra will render a spec ial musical programme and other amusements and, tntlrtalnsneot will be tarnished, Th4 omictM in charge arc 8. J. McBHiottT John J, Barry, Johm Hailafcan, Jainsa B. Hlben, John Dorssy, Joe. Hstiaessy, Tho. lirmth, Mr J, MqDwmott, Thos. J. Lanjpan, John T. Bark aad Patrick OTOtomO. Ink Qtm car, via Eighteenth street.) 4, be held creamery before a small group of the moro intelligent farmers of tho neighborhood. These peasants were already their own masters; but while they enjoyed all the benefits of independence they exacto ed from their overlord all the service and help which centuries And Masonic Organs Are Openly Hosof serfdom had taught them to extile to tho Catholic Parochial pect. PITCHER GOES TO WEL1 ONCE TOO OFTEN. Schools. In 1876 Lord Montcaglo manned the sister of another school friend, a daughter of the Bishop of Meath. His wife waB an ardent Home Ruler and gradually as tho years went by sho Tho Builder Supplement xtho Demands Advocated by Now Age succeeded in converting her husband to the realization that mere material Magazine. prosperity would never solve the Irish question. This was f urtiier strength? enod by tho hold the Gaelic took upon Ireland ,and tho growing determination throughout all tho Accusations Calculated to Arouse and' Encourage Hostility Toward rountry to emphasize the na, Religion. tional aspect of Ireland's claims. To Lord Monteaglo, along with Irishmen, gradother ually came the conviction tljat In a federal alliance rather than union ALSO HITS PRIVATE SCHOOLS.'' (ay the only hope of peacd. But political controversy scarcely found an echo In Foynes. At present this is a remote Atlantic port, but it is Advocates of Catholic education one of tho most magnificent natural harbors in tho world, providing safe and of the parochial schools am sometimes tempted to believe that anchorage for floets of ships of tonnage and with tho minimum opposition to these schools Is confined of artificial construction for any num. to uninrormed "radicals" and the type of Americans represented by ber of any size. "It has for years been a dream of readers of the Menace and Thev foreot that pynrnimWti, mine that Foynes would eventually become ono of the great world ports," of Masonary, which professedly ap said Lord Monteagle in talking of his peals to men or intelligence, have home. "It has unlimited trading pos- time and acraln vnroi thnlr nnnnni. sibilities and is tho natural terminus tlon io Catholic schools and have used ocean traffic. But ineir own official organs for the pro-- , of our people havo still to be mado paganda. Yet it is only three ready for It when It comes, and that months slnco thn Now A en Mnmlno has always been my chief concern. published at Washington, D. C as To understand my neighbors, to live ui uiucuw organ -- or tne supreme with them year in and year out in Council of the Thirty-thir- d Degree of harmony and real friendship, to un- the Ancient and Accepted Scottish derstand their needs and Insofar as in Rite of Freemasonary for the Southmo lay to help thein to achiove them, ern Jurisdiction of tho United States to Identify my life with thelra that of America," and "owned and pubThe opposition to Senator Beckham is now having its inning'. is what I havo always striven for." lished" bv that bodv. nrlnlorl n mcla In this aim Lord Monteagle had of di'torial notes dealing with tho tho complete sympathy of hid wife, sonoois in a manner evidencing out- ono or the articles who spent her entire married life ngnt nostinty, working to establish better conditions was entitled "A (Irvine Noerf " ihn among the peasants of Limerick. Free burden of it being tho demand that nursing, free schools, peasatt ln(Jjs-trle- s, an cnnuren oi scnooi ago ibo obliged by law to attend niihlln r.linnl "at farm Institutes, and developed to its utmost, were all least flvo hours every day for at parts of' the scheme, and in Its sorv-Ic- o least nve tiays in uio weeK during tho Lady Monteaglo died. In 1008 of school term." Another article ar- toons ns more vicious than any he consumption, contracted during her CUCll tllR nprpasltv nt "nrnuatnt In. Many wore had ever before seen. terest in tho public schools," stating village work. beard to express surprise and disLord Monteagle was elected to the uiai xnoy are "tno vertebrae of tho gust with the policyjof tho Bingham first county council set up In Ireland Republic and the foundation of Amerpress and say it was more British in 1898 and since that time has held ican cltlzenshln." and tha , than American. county offices continuously. He is grantlnsr of T,vlr.il nM n Rev. Father Walshmado a powerand has always been a staunch friend hchools, in harmony with the danger Expressed In Success of Irish Repub- ful talk and in reviewing the history Lord Montcaglo Says His Dominion of Sir Horace Plunkott and when the ous proposal. And a and services of the Irish in this counlic And President Eamon do Plan For Ireland Is Irish Dominion League was formed third editorial expression, fronting try made it clear that a great debt Lord Monteaglo at once gave it his tho question: "Is tho P.irorfclni Vnlcrn. Feasible. was owed to that 16ng and unjustly completo support. But no ono real- School tho Place for Patriotism?" anoppressed nation, All should honor ized that it would fall to this gentlo swered. this query in a negative way and glory, the American flag, he said, thus adding one more serious xshargo old man, now in his seventy-firthe been Friends of Irish Freedom Hold Fine and friendGovernment that had many Peer AVho Supported Gladstono Land year, who proudly yot deprecatlngly to a series of accusations calculated the and supporter of the refers to himself as a "backwoods- to arouse and encourage hostility to Meeting and Hear Able Acts nnd Put Them Into small countries on this continent. man," actually .to put Into legislative tho parochial schools. Ireland's Cause he declared a holy Speakers. Lest the reader be tempted to Practice form the claims of the best men in a cause and bno thajUfhouldtriumph.) that tho Masonic publication ',''.' JfcP"i Ireland. concluding ho liiyftedbtheyftienjjs In quoted is merely an exception to the 'j&fiiM HONORED,IN FRANOE & a. ruin. Inf lifm nifn nnrTtfim. nAmA.t r i meeting at Sacred Heart Hall on Sep- bays Federal gleaned' from r Masonic sourcepf-Alliance Rather Than Satisfaction Felt Over tho "Work For tember 7, when they would receive Pissing through Rhelms on Wed- uiuuug to scnoois, nnu representing Union Gives Only Hope For a cordial welcome. nesday on a tour of the devasted reg- a resolution adopted by a Masonic tho Causo of Irish Country. The excellent social and musical ions, Premier Millerand presided at body. The August Issue of Tho Freedom. programme was rendered by Misses a luncheon given the Knights of Col- Builder, "a Journal for the Masonic Eldred Grebe and Bernlco Lake and umbus delegation on their second student," published monthly at James Ourran. trip ever the battlefields, and conIowa, by the National Masonla APPEAL FOR A JUST CAUSE. WIFE HOME RULER ducted a ceremony promoting Sup- Research Society, reproduces a "ReTAKES EDITORIAL CHAIR. reme Knight James A. Flaherty, of port of Committee on Patriotic ServPhiladelphia, to be an officer of the ice of the Grand Lodge of North Dalegion of Louisville friends His Leclon of Honor. In an adtlrnsn to kota." this Tfvnort havlncr Tino-- .nlnnf. especially those admirers, and Looking round the House of Lords tbo Knights of ColuiVbus, tho Pre- - ed by tho Grand Lodge of that State Tuesday night a large number of and St. Louis Bertrand perish, will of tho Second Bar- -' mier saldr "Tho forces of Amorlca, on juiy iy, iyzu. Tne second of the Friends oi Irish Freedom assem- rejoice over the promotion and recog- Thomas Sprlng-RIch the "proposition," to the "promulon Monteaglo of Brandon, tho peer bled at St. Cecilia Hall, St. Cecilia nition given Very Rev. M. J. Ripple, Poland to CQmo out of the tomb and gation" of which tho Grand Lodge who Introduced tho Dominion of e street, and enjoyed a most enthusias- 0. P., P. G., regret the severance of d was urged "to commit itself" and to will not permit her to ho s bill in that House, ds tho last terred." tic and interesting evening, tho musi- the close and always pleasant which It did commit itself, reads: cal programme and tho preparations that have existed for years be- man you would have picked out in Mr. Flaherty said ho would take "That 'this Government is based upon for the entertainment of the people tween them and this most Buccessful that assembly of hereditary arlsto- - back to America the message, a loval and Intelligent. IM7Minhln being highly praised upon every side. missionary priest. Father Ripple, crats to produce a dooument to up- - "France Is at work." and therefore It must control tho uev. Jonn A. O'Connor, President of for tho past six years Superior of sot a government one which con- -' Cardinal Ludovlc Henry Lucon, agencies wnicn tram mat citizenship, tho Louisville Friends, presided and the Southern Dominican Missionary tains "moro statesmanship, more Archbishop of Rhelms, guided the i. o., tne elementary puoiic school.' " opened tho meeting with the state- Band, has beon mado National Direc- democracy, more party through tho Cathedral and d Tho sense In w.hlnh.thla atatamont more horse sonse than any home sented a stone from tho building, 13 regarded by the proponents of tho ment that It was their wish to placo tor of the Holy Name Society and Holy Name Journal, ruie diii wnion nas ever been present- - which token Is to be given to St. resolution Is evident from the followIreland beroro his ihearors as a repub- editor, of the to tno British Parliament," as Sir Patrick's Cathedral, Now York. lic, that they only desire this nation and left Sunday for New York City ing equally significant declaration: to do for Ireland what France did to at once enter upon his new duties. Horace Plunkett put it Lord MontPrincess de Pollgnac entertained "Thlrl. "WO miinh nrnfnr tihn alltnlnH- for this country, and thus bring about Tho best wishes of the clergy and eagle, "a quiet, unassuming peer." tho Knights when they visited the tion of the private and1, parochial Ireland's freedom. Tho Irish people laity will follow him Into his wider with gentlo eyes and lone white famous champagne cellars. Speaking scnoois sinco tno one makes for class want no friction between this coun- and Important field of labor. All beard, Is an Irishman from the banks lr Encllsh she said: "American sol dfRtlnrMnn nnrl tlin nthnrifn fAlltrlniis try and England, but only their of the Shannon, whore at the ago of diers showed cordial affection for tho Intolerance; but if such elimination n hope he may find opportunity to freBlxteen, fifty-foyears ago, ho sue- - children of France, and the women is xouna inexpedient at tnis time, wo right to occupy the position of quently visit Xoulsvllle. ceeded to his grandfather's title. He of Franco will roturn their affection recommend that such schools bo una free and people. was then a schoolboy at Harrow. On by caring for tho graves of the Tne Invocation was offered by Rev. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. der close STinervIalon of .ho TinliUn his majority ho went to live dren of American mothers buried in school officials of tho Stato and na Father Craney. tho pastor, after which the Rev. Father James Dono- News has been received hore of tho at Foynes, the family estate of about France." lion, anu mat tney De compelled to hue, of New York City, who is visit appointment of Brother Victorias, C, 7,000 acres in the County of LImer-Gen. Malstro, grand offlcet In the maintain tho same standards required Ick. ing Rev. Patrick Walsh, was introorder of the Legion of Honor, guided of tho publlo schools." JosTo a young man brought up duced as the speaker of tho evening. F. X, as President of old St. over the battlefields. Tho can be misunderstanding eph's College, Bardstown, to succeed aristocratic atmosphoro of a in tho ' the Knights has decided to nostDone of Therepurpose no theso statements. ratnor Dononue proposed three creat deleeatlon tho of cheers for Ireland, whloh were hearti Brothor Ignatius, O. F, X., who re- English public school the responsl- - Its Belgian trip untll-it- s return from Hostility towards the parochial ly given. Urging his hearers to keen tires on account of ill health after a blllty of governing the Uvea and for- Italy, when It will give Cardinal Mer-cl- school In particular has been more administration. tunes of hundreds of peasants was successful lil mind that 1n unity is. strength, he most 250,000 francs. open during the past fow years than declared the Irish people were never Brother Victorian is a native of almost staggering. But boy as ho n nau Doen ior a uecaue or moro past, oeioro more united man now. Urg- Louisville, is about forty years of was, he Immediately took his position It behooves tho rank and file of .tho HERO BURD3D HERE. age, received his education in the seriously and proceeded to make good ing all to bo apostles of ReCatholic laity as well us their leaders parochial and public schools of tho his obligations. public, iho appealed fdr support of the This meant that guard, Tho body of Norbert V. Henry, to be city, St Xavier's College and Mt. St almost immediately (he was called 138th Field Artillery, who was killed Irish bonds, thus putting over the O. B. OF C. V College, Baltimore.- - He re- upon to choose between hl3 own fam- while on the way to tho front In tho English propaganda. The Joseph's ' pulse of New York is ceived the degree of A. B. from the ily fortune nnd the future and wel- France, July, 1918, Teached Louisraoxio AND CinCICEN SUPITR. largely In sympathy with Ireland de- last named Institution. . Brother Vic- fare of his tenants. ville Monday. spite tho subsidized press, and recog- torian is the oldest son of Mr. and Those were the days of the land Mr. Henry, who was tho son of Mr. At the mooting week the comnizing they were united la a just Mrs. J. H. Mouth, of 1205 South trouble in Ireland and It Is signif- and Mrs. C. Victor Henry, 519 North mittees in chargethis the St Agnes of cause no true American can forsake Preston street. icant that tho young peer waB tho first Twentieth street, enlisted in the army church picnic and chicken supper, to to support Gladstone's land acts of at the outbreaK pf tne worm war bo given on Wednesday, September the principles set forth by the founders of this glorious republic. Close He supported and nut them when ho was 18 years old. He was 1, reported on 1886. AMATEUR. CHAMPIONSHIP. work, plana be- into immodlate TiractlcB. .with JhA to- - n rrrn, Inn to ,if 3f VntrtoU'a nnrnnhlnl Inc lindflr wnv their attention was Klven to hiB wordB tn nnterLiln n lorim Uiq Easter; gave 4,000 acres to his school. Besides hi? parents, he Is crowd and In a better manner the work being done In Tho St. Xavier base ball club, win suit that he than States and the harmony that VT9-- ners of the Twin City League pen- tenants, at once; this was presently survived by three slBters, 'Misses ever utuure. serve vails among the followers of Pr nant, and tho K. & I. R. R. club, followed by the sale of all his farm Aurella, Loretta and Mary La Verne an old fashionedine lames win concountry supper, dent da Valera.X' Industrial League pennant winners, lands in small holdings to Deasant Hinrv. Funeral services held Thurs- - sisting of chicken and other good Rev. Brother Lawrence arouted Will clash again tomorrow afternoon farmers exceedingly advan-'da- y morning at St. Patrick's church. things too numerous to mention, and much enthusiasm and feeling by his at 3 o'clock and It to hardly necessary wgcuub w uium. urn. juora jhobi-eag- Fathers Cronin and Martin officiating the workers are leaving nothing undid not, as many other Irish at tho solemn obsequies, at which done to provide a general good time forceful and historic reviow. In the to cay that a great gathering of rootearly days, none responded ers and fans will be present. The landlords, turn Ws property into cash military honors were given the dead for all. Trucks will meet the Bards g more nobly to the appeals of Washto 0 game staged be- In order to come and live In England, hero. town cars at Deer Park avenue. ington and this country than did Ire- tween these two last Sunday Is still leaving the peasants 1 their fate. land, and therefore it was a patri- the topic of conversation among fans, He retained possession of his villages YOUNG MEN'S UNICJN. PREPOSTEROUS. otic duiy for all to come forward and and that game .will go down in base only and settled down in his family subscribe for Irish bonds and help ball history as a record breaking borne at Foynes to devote his life to The Catholic Young Men's National Proposals by Premior Lloyd the great caue. He then took his event Saturday afternoon the St his country and his ipeople. annual George in tho House of Commons Union will hold its forty-sixt-h nudience on a spirit trip through the X. team was In another remarkable Lord Monteagle was not a Homo convention in New York, August 28 that every Twonty-fcwEmerald Me, Interspersed with game, when it defeated the Zlon Ruler la those days; he believed that and 29. States, in given tho mother facility would b of ATchbfahop points that eaumd much laughter. Af- church team with second string Irish, farmers would want nothing which the society has branches, will mannix or Australia to como to Lonter a striking portrayal of Ireland's team and only eight men able to play morp If they wero given the land. He be represented. don from, Ireland to visit her son. valued posaeseions and opportunities for nearly three innings, The St. X. was the nrst and the most enthusiaswero denounced as "preposterous" a a free eountry, th speaker pic- club errsd greatly In appearing with tic supporter of the Irish Agricultural UNDEKGOE8 OPERATION. by thorolato in nn Interview with tured the blessing it would fee to Erin only nine wn on. the fleW, but when Organization Society which, dntro- the Daily Mail. The Archbishop said aad all liberty loving people to see Ruby Pontrleh, th star outfielder of ducsd tho system of Feely, a popular member qf his mother could not possibly travel, Frank the. English soldi?? kicked out as the St. X club, was Injured the Zlon farming into Ireland. was in the Mackin Council and a valued envployo owing to her great age, no matter It they wsre in this oountry and hoped ah it rah tnnnammMnt eochlfaHAd It dining room at Mount,. TrsmAard, of the Kentucky Irish American, wnt how much assfstancs should .be given ft would be. on St. Patrick's day. y ,ooinpllhi- this Foynes, that Ms old frtad and te St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital her. Th prelate dentd rumors that sporting, blood (?) John A. Dovto. the nart an&kr. player wttJi a sprainsd aukl to sehooimats, 'Horace (he on- yesterday to undsrgo an., operation, he had besn summoned to Roans sod in tb gams. It Is glad to not ly one anontr all Ah oompaWism of ft Is hoped ta 0ratiOawtU b su DrienraiiiMsa to tns article and f original .aid he adhered-t- o base iBJanaauons saasar in taa Ctmr- - that ihis sors thine aMmfitlon was bis kmU 4)o mm, had syiapaUir ,osaL and. Ms tunes of, short to go to. Rons at aboat 4srsJournal, and dwounced Its ear-- on tfcs tosteg ffU at the finish. with his scfhsoie, put the idea of a Christmas Urns. GRAND LODGE one-tlm- x far-seei- ng 10,-0- 00 similar-sheets.- - Irish-Americ- CONFIDENCE PEACE DREAM nrp-ln- jsnuui-iown- er st " as-su- i&ssw ":,'.? to r .. . Ana-mos- a, WAS-ARDEN- e, "" Iro-'W- rein-lan- rehr-tion- pre-an- d God-give- ur self-govern- ed chll-attalni- ng er the-Irls- h of ji r non-Cathol- V on-ter- ms le he-sai- fifteen-innin- y o' - Pltra-kstt- , ,. J-- i t&r&fo .&! "a'iSjis J. -ri PPHW'.WP 7 3Boawrircrorv xt JteNTUGKY IRISH flMERKfflN. . JME&mx&mL. OP NAZARETH ANNOUNCE coming August 22 -- EVENTS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Grove. August 25 Summer social of St. sad Moral Advancement of Iflh Americas tad Cjtholia Ann's church, afternoon and evening. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's August 26 Lawn fete and dance Institute-anCatholic Knights of America. on lawn of J. Raymond Barrett, IMI Publishers 1064 Everett avenue, for charitable KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate. purpose. August 28. Elks' big day at FonUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c taine Ferry Park. Matter. Dntercd at tha Loalavllle PoitofHee aa August 28 Moonlight excursion, Wist Utartj Stmt. Daughters of Isabella, for benefit of UHttt All CoMrMicatlew to tin KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Visitation Home. September Agnes parish picnic, afternoon and evening, on school grounds, Newburg road and tWAMsfficouNaf Speed avenue; October 7 Social' by Cathedral parish ladles in Cathedral Hall, afevening. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920 ternoon and LOUISVILLE, KY Outing and reunion of Division 4, A. O. H at Stower'a THE SISTERS OF CHARITY THE OPENING OF REUNION Auspices AND OUTING Div. 4, nvotd to the Social NAZARETH COLLEGE Ky. Street, 851 Sontli Fourth Louisville, Eor further information call at Presentation Academy. II II Second-CIa- 319-32- 1 OD. JOSEPH'S OOIIBGB BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY. A. O. H. At Grote's Grove, Stower's Station AUG. Music and Refreshments 22, 1920 Take 18th St. Orel! Car Line CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL present were: BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. COMMERCIAL EIGHTH GRADE 6-- Send for Bulletin". TOBY JOURNALISM. ' siblo illegality, It would obviously bo bad lasto on my part and mo3t exat- khkkkickAkklkAAkkick1ckir Tho Courler-Jourtf- al has been pro-Engli- sh N MUSIC AND DANCINQ Admission SI. 10 per couple, InAND AMUSEMENTS FOR BOTH YOUNG AND OLD cluding war tax. stant and Indignant condemnation cm u w" "and success, i Boat leaves foot of Fourth 'street - several weens m wow York and At- -. 1U tuu " ui vvai man uu wo- i,ntIc olh. Admission 15c, including war tax. wish a life of happiness at 8:30 o'clock sharp. Miss Vera Kirwan Root re overy lover of liberty and justice In KNIGHTS FOR FREEDOM. turned irom White Mills, where she this community. spent ten days. ST. AGNES PICNIC AND CHICKEN Mr. Bingham should bo Invited to Secretary of State Colby, the PresiCapt. A. F. Martin left Wednesday retire from this commonplace Repubdent of the Senate and Speaker of the lic and imitate that other American on a trip to Clevoland, Buffalo and House have been sont copies of drasWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. Tory, Astor, by becoming a subject of Now York CIy. toy the Supreme OF ANYTHING IN Misses Mamie and Katie McGlll and tic resolutions passed that (British monarchy which he eviOfficers of tho Knights of Columbus Plenty of Chickes, 5 TO 8 Plenty of Supper dently loves and admires much more Miss Katherlne Yager have'returned urging recognition of tho Renubllc or than this free republic. The man from Ocean City. Ireland. Lots of Music Lots of Picnic who will defend the worse than h Mr. and Mrs. Frank Connor have District Attorney Joseph O. Pelle-tle- r, atrocities perpetrated by Brit- left tho city to mako their home at Adof Boston, who Is Supreme NEWBURG ROAD AND SPEED AVENUE. Or a Religious Book, See the ish royalist troops in Ireland today Grand Rapids, Mich. vocate of the order, drafted the resoTrucks will meet Bardstown road cars at Deer Park avenue. would also defend the massacre of anMrs. lutions, Wyoming or the Rasin, and is unfit loft for A. 0Donnell. Prestonia, has nounced whose closing statement that tho Knights as a body Rogers Church Goods Co. the East and will Join Major to remain a citizen of a free commun- O'Donnell . placed on record their recognition of IKGORPOKATED at Camp Dlx. ity. the Irish Republic, as represented by 120 S, Fourth, Louisville, Ky. P. J. D. Is Miss Ruth Koch, of the West End, Its President, Eamonn de Valera, and spending the month of August with pledged their efforts to tho end that relatives in Indianapolis. KNIGHTS IN FRANCE. y "tho United States may without PERFECT FITTING Mr. and Mrs. Frank rvrrnnnn also recognize the Republic of leave Sunday for Fort PlalnNY., to Chateau Thierry, at the request of Ireland." The Knights give formal SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Its Mayor, will be tho first town in visit Mrs. George O'Connor, Sr. credence to the statements of the the battlefield region to welcome tho Miss Kate Justl, New York, arrived EVERY SUNDAY 9 A. M. AND 2:30 P. M. Knights of Columbus' delegates who Saturday for a visit to Mrs. Edward Chief Executive of tho Irish Republic and cite de Valera's Indictment of are in France to represent tho or J. McDermott, Ormsby avenue. the British regime in Ireland as "how MOONLIGHT TRIPS Konizuuon ni me neaicauon oi me Mrs. Jennie Andrlott and little more than a system of licensing Knights of Columbus Lafayette SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 8:15 P. M. Maude statue at Metz on August 21, Tho ing relatives In Andrlott, aro visit- the shooting up of peaceful towns fr Alliance, Ohio. and villages and the murder of unDancing Free, Music by Myers and Howell's Union Orchestra. delegates left Paris Tuesday mornJ. J. Broderlck, of Washington, son armed Irish citizens by roving bands ing in a body for Chateau Thierry. They will then visit the American or C. J. Broderlck, is here on a Yisit Of Irresponsible British military WHITEWASH CRIMINALS. After a reference to tho cemeteries in Belleau Wood and to Mr. and Mrs. Dan McKonna. Martin Connolly, of New York. bombing and burning of Irish towns othors in tho vicinity. Afterward Those who Imagine that the new Mayor Flament will present Supreme spent last week with his mother, and raids on 20,000 Irish homes by Oculists' Prescriptions. coercion bill which Lloyd George has itnignt james a. .Flaherty, of Phll- - Mrs. E. J. Connelly, of L street the British, note is taken of the "duIntroduced in Parliament was neces- aueipnia, wltn a stono taken from Miss Edna Curran, of Covington, ly elected government of tho Repubgovernment that Is SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY sary to meet the situation In Ireland the famous Chateau Thierry bridge. arrived Saturday to bo the guest of lic off Ireland, aby You will find tho best argument for patronizing us in tho entitled to rule democratic right which the American marines niCOBrOKATED long list of customers whom wo have fitted with satisfactory np to the ways of ed. Mr. Flaherty will make defend Mis. James Burnett, Meadowbrook. and Is. in fact, ruling through the aro certainly not a gift Mr. and Fourth nm! Chestnut. glasses. British ministers. The bill in reality of tho stone to tho American Legion. 742 South Mrs. Edward E. Gravlss. greater part of the country, functionEighth street, are at ing every branch that affects the Js a whitewashing measure pure and "X TRUE SERVICE." Wo do not sell glasses as merFrench Lick SDrinrrs for n at f , civil in life of tho people." LKE THEIR VOWS. days. simple a measure designed solely chandise. "Wo soil you satisfactory service. The Knights have also endorsed in Henry C. Maloney Is here on a visit this resolution the stand that to conto protect the hired assassins of the Yesterday afternoon at tho Sacred! Optromctry is a nrofecsion worthy tho name, and wo pracGovernment from tho odium that at- Heart Retreat four young men com- from Cincinnati as the guest of his tinue to give recognition to tho prestice It in nil its higher branches. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ent British regime in Ireland, "a retaches to their deeds of blood and pleted the year of probation and wero Lynch, gime of alien frlghtfulness," while "SSArASflMW outrage. Coroners' juries, It is well admitted to membership in the Mr. and'MTS. Frank Pooley have denying it to the people's elected gov--' Order. They are Lieut. Michwillknown, do not hesitate to charge ael Kllgallon, Chicago; H. Frank, oeen ntertalnlne Mrs. win Pn.M. ernment, Is an unfriendly act by I NORTON BUILDING eiuey urnutn or Holt America to the people of a small naful murder against the constabulary Mt. Carmel, 111.; M. Durbala, Albia, t, Mo. tion that has never done America any and military when tha.evldence war- lowa, and p. sands. Cleveland. O. VV. Corner Fourth ceremony, which took place in and Jefferson The United States, doclaro Alfred Boloman, of the West End, wrong. rants It, and to publish their findings Tho chapel of the monastery the 3 has been having a dolightful visit in the Knights, In according recognition at broadcast, thus holding up the Brit? o'clock, was open' to frjends of the Cincinnati, tho guest of to the British regime Is continuing to Robert give its .adherende to the doctrine ish Government to the contempt of novices and tho public. The Very Mr. and Mrs. Harrv T. pfonho.,. ?m that "might makes right," and the U SI JutartA mankind. The new.bill will take all liev. jf'atner Jerome, Master of iNovI LouisrUts.Jf I ces. received the vows of the can leave next week for Tnin rvn.. denial of recognition to the elected such cases out of their .hands; a mili- dates. government of the Irish Republic is where they will make their home in FEHRS tary court will be substituted and a an abandonment of the noblest ideals ui i mure, for which many lives wero sacrificed clean bill of moral health Is what may FATHER PIEPERS' FATIIE Misses Margaret and Katherlne SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION be expected for all uniformed crimCallahan, New Albany, are visiting In the recent war. John J. Pleper, seventy-alyears frionds nnd relatiyes inals. This will be the military old, retired dairyman, died Monday In Elwood. III. DEATH A SHOCK. Made from Choicest GUNN'S BAKERY court's duty. For the rest tho bill afternoon at his home, 417 West N and Chicago, AND CONFECTIONERY proposes nothing that has not been street. Ho was a native of Germany .L1?i,Hubert Re,Uy la the title of Martin J. 'Flaherty, thlrty-flv-o Grains and Iiop4 the stranger that has 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. tried already and proven a flat fail- and a highly respected and active rivedlittle tho home-- of Leo just ar- years old, was found dead Wednes- at resident of Louisville for fifty H. Reilly day morning at tho home of his sisure. Should the new bill become a Ho is survived by his widow. years. Duncan street. Phono City 037 Mrs. iter. Miss Marxraret Flahortv. 1319 law we can look for a tremendous in Anna Pieper, and a son. Father TTo haa harm Hiiffnr. Mrs. John .T. T?oin nt xt... v i. fihnrnknn 'Tlnnl line from rheumatism for the nast six crease In the murder and outrage Henry Pieper. itastor of St. Williams City, has been horn on n. church. Funeral services were held visit to her father James Wolfe of months, and it is believed that tho business of the military and police. ' Thursday morning at St. Boniface, 1126 Eighth street. rheumatism.attacked his heart. For- church, Father Piop'er celebrating! Mrs. Anna runr, merly a resident of Louisville, for tho v- .the solemn requiem hjgh mass. TOltY FAIH PLAY. r. lands, was tho week-end guest of her past E6veral yeara engaged in tr Mrs. Ed' n'rtnnnoii . ness in Pittsburgh. to About throeHI3UNIOX AND OUTING. ' O'Connell, Highland Park '.weeks ago lie came Louisville beTho debate on the third reading of Miss Helen Knight, 628 Welnut cause of his health and had been the new coercion bill in Parliament Mackln Council, Y. M. I., has per making his his sisters. Ho was one of the most acrimonious that tectea arrangements for a big roun street, Jeffersonvllle, has returned jls survived home with sisters, Misses "by three from a ' ,p, with friends to St. Mary- has boen heard in the (House in many ion nnd outing of its members and luargarei ana wmurea 1'janerxy ana Vigo County, Mrs. D. R. Barfleld. Funeral serv- years. .Joe Devlin was, of course, their friends, to take place at Groto's PH NTCITY3767 619 W. BROADWAY Miss Mary KatihoHnn Cj Grove, on tho Eighteenth street road, .. , , w., uaa in the forefront of tho flght and was on Sunday, August 29. Admission majnu Bireei, jeffersonvllle. vntor. l Ices were held Friday from St. James expelled Irom the House. Tho inci- will be free, and special features will talned Saturday., afternoon for Miss UUU1UU. dent shows, as nothing else could, tho be the ball game and running races. o.uua iuuier, or Pottsvllle, Penn. LAST KIVER T1UP. A MIs3 Anastasla Walsh, or West Oak Meals will be served on tho grounds kind of fair play that Ireland can for those (without lunches. With fav- street, has been visiting in CovingVISIT BKAUTnttJL Mackln ' "'S'w?vjtyam 'i iMWii' mm t from Lloyd George and his Tory orable .weather a great day is assured. ton and Cincinnati this past two last of Its Social Club will give the series of moonlight excursupporters when even those who cling weeks as the guest of relatives. sions next Friday night on tho Steammsnor- TO SPEAK. Mrs. Nellie B. KnnnoHrnn.r.i'i.t. er East St. Louis. to constitutional agitation and flght They have all OMItLESTOWN, IND, ter, Juel, New Albany, left been well attended nnrl vprv nnlnv- Season now open. New dlseoTeri their corner in the manner Lloyd Tho Right Rev. Joseph Chartrand, for New York, Long Beach last week ' able but tne DOys are making every w,th Bavea miles of underground , .'pf tS and Lonsr George approves are denied a hear- Bishop of tho Indianapolis diocese, - j&t' m "ViK icn a"c1 two routPO make It the erand- ijiey win De gone two CUUBavur w onng logeuier a recora erl of all the known smaller rav.mi ing. Tho Sinn Felners are de- will be tho principal epeakor at tho weeks. breaking crowd on this ilnal Tnkc tlie Clirrlrototm "Trolley." seventy-fift- h anInterarbun Stallon, TMnl Street. nounced because they do not enter a celebration of the Everything will be done for Miss Nell Voigt and nieces. Eliza-- 1 ffip Auto parties will find good roada aU niversary St, Mary's church at beth May Volgt and Leona Volet wihb i the comtort and-- entertainment of all the wajr. Cavo open all the time. Meals, House whore constitutional action is NavIIIoton, of which will be held Mon- visited In refreshments, etc, Jeffersonvllle for a month wko take the motml,Sht ride, met by unconstitutional suppression, Special Itntra To Parties Of Tec Or fra),e left iCT Chattanooga, Tenn., mission will tneIr 1,ome- More, and where an attempt to voice the celebration a "I'AICE VACATION TRIP. Write Indian Cave Co., IxmlsvUIe, feelings of their constituents on a bo held, in charco of Fathers Frodn-- I Col. Thomas D. Cllnes and wife in Stauble and Isadoro 'Rafferty, of Ky. riionc Shawnee 1010. Mrs. matter concerning their welfare Sunday night from the K. of daughter, Jerry Hallahan. Sr.. and Three days of the Miss Anna B., are spendwould be rewarded iby expulsion. In tion mi oe, tor and " convention m New Yorc Md 6n0r ing a ten days' vacation in Detroit, ut .awamic uuy, Phlladelphl visiting their father and son, Jerry view of what has ocourred In Joo (Dev- inree aaya tor tne memoera or and Washington Jr., who for somo time lin's case, will anyone dare to say imrisu. Misses Mary and Margaret Cor- Hallahan, located have been in that city. Before HAPI'V DADDY. that the Sinn Feiners are wrong In coran, Agnes Wellington, Katie returning they exsect to visit Niagara arid Blanca Esch return ai refusing to enter Parliament? , Falus and make a trip through Can.. One of the happiest fathers In the itntf Mn J accompanied by eX T city is John B- - Ratteiman. at whoan Jn vnOT,?uf f!. .TIallahan rhn '. :..."' ",w"" iDW eu.a. Jolin btrtm In nhi. home .i.- - Stork left .17 "'.7 MISREPRESENTATIONS. two fine bovs T. H. Reilly jand Fred j. jreaier, wico. You slip them in and Blip S ilHBH3ETTi mo nrst week. Thoueh tUl' Order A Case them out, To press representatives who saw a young man K.?J"ff ohn can ! orK Ulty. l tt" " Sent Home Burn gas or coal in turn rto,.o.Mn,v, Where nA FORTY HOintS. .President De Valera with reference filirhr nna ml to J about. at tays that eventually he will pass his Jh"', to. the London dispatches suggesting Sreeify IJht Dark. ouses- ,g The Church of tho Blessed Sacra-mefriend and neighbor. Davo Garvey. thL Mr. and Mrs. William TTonnnn .n. that sums of $500,000 and $1,000,-0- 8 All nra ilnlnc East Washington. wil be the aiwl nn,l.of.ll. GAUCi E. G. HEARTICK a number of friends with a next to have the Forty Hours' ilevo- were voted by tho Irish Congress lions are being showered-othe doJlghtful evening at their home In Won, which will open with high' mass Mate 467 City en lb. to be used by him during1 tho Presi915 EAST BROADWAY uonor oi ine tentn birthday of " u expowuon nomorrow morning dential campaign and to aecure ofti-eidaughter, Miss Virginia Wannrva their i and, continue until Tuesday. Rev. CMtH CMMiiHrsCl. FATHER BAXTER VISITS. City 2181 Main 3033 recognition of tho Irish Republic Incorporated. O'Sullivan, the pastor, will Mrs. P. J. Laugan. iPJora Hehriit by, the Government of the United direct the eervicee, t which he will ,. LooisviUe, Ky. Is In New York vlsltl Rev. E. A. Baxter, of DominiBtatee, h made the following state-- . can fathers, stopped here the few days Oharles Larigan. Home Phono, Oity 2720 Cumb Phone, Main 9122 to' he assisted by prleeta from other city a Siiei expect-ement: HOT AND COLD WATER thlg past week oa his way to vlR his return next week, accompanied fey cnurcaee, , "The sinister Interpretation which mother in St. Louis. Father Baxter her son, Corp. John Langan, who It Ut OHifht to placo op the vote, if CATHOLIC ALUMNAE. genuine,, le but another Illustration is now attached to the iDomlnlcan spent a year in Germany. The annual convention of the In- raiseionary band of the Eastern Mrs. George. JJ. Hagan and Mfoees RATES REASONABLE of British methods. To eneak of. province, BY DAYj WEEK OR MONTH allocations as a ipolitlcal fund York City.with headqHarters In New' Haven, 8Bnt Wednesday with lVr Aumnae was held last week In Bee119 SOUTH THIRD STRElTrBet. Market and Main to be weed In the Presidential tonr opening Monday and closing and Mrs. Martin A. McGee at their Thursday, so af to create the Impression Many delegate from home on Floyd etreet. iMrg; Hagan Kentucky, ARCHBISHOP DOUGHEIKEY. that they were to be used for par- CHICKEN DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY and the MIese Hagan were en route attendance, Indian and Ohio were in purpoees, that is, to" further JieaIntereeW of any particular candi- Moet Rev. Dennis J. Doue:hrty. to Niagara Palls, New YorkjCity several thousand coming the and from Canada, Seuth America nd all date or party J'a misrepresentation, Archbishop of Philadelphia, on 'Mon- other points, of interest In the Eat. parte of the United States. DJecus-ftloVISIT C. M. SUMMER GARDEN aaolver-aar- y . 'Miss Genevieve h Man4mi. vhn w. allocations were day celebrated the wfaethe tboee of the gthering oeatered about of his birth. ,He w born i actoally made or not. In' public and r MUe Margaret. the general theme qf. the part Cvtbo-iJTOR BIST STEAKS, CHOPS, ETC. R1i In ftHte I beep gcrunuloueir Glrardvllle, Pa., and aa 1)Wm ifid A Wee Kklght. ?8 have. Had in tb malrtBg at the Indteaa-poUwonderful "work in the Pfclllaplnee. ' Dtele Htf liwy, MtghtewUitpeet has returnd to Amefjflaa nation, and toe dereiop ltol, At Gleabrook Statloa In Kter JJoaior Mia frnihi m. rant fyt phwui of work for the tn take mm In the wty .poMtk oi Before ooentof.to iPH4eikia h v m, ' Apart, from ajfjr m-- Btoho "" wfXh t this. country. ''iMnse party, Thowi tors. ttatoe4 &.t OumV'WiBe, Pleaffl RMge ixr it . t J.-- ..., in-T- ho i. s h.-i- hibiting its Tory and titude for Borne time past, but in a cartoon Tuesday displayed tho real venom and feeling which characterizes the sentiment of the Bingham press. The foul and libelous cartoon has aroused widespread indig nation among people of Irish ex- Tui traction and this latest Insult should not be allowed to go by unnoticed. cartoon portrayed Lloyd Georgo as the noble ana Heroic carrier or England's burdens, and while hands were full he was being attacked by two rabid curs, the dogs being labeled "Sinn Felnism" and "Soviet-Ism.- " l' Tories Tho know full well that Sinn Felnism represents 80 per cent, of the men and women of Ireland who are fighting for their freedom and liberty and suffering persecution and Imprisonment just as our American forefathers of 1776, and furthermore they are fighting the same cruel oppressor. And just as American freedom was opposed by Tories and In Revolutionary days, so Is Irish freedom and Independence opposed by Tories of the Courier-Journstripe. For this Jnsult to honest Irishmen nnd their descendants we may expect dear King George to be- stow on Friend Bobby tho Order of the Garter, bah jovo, or at least make him a Knight of the Bath. Courier-Journajro-Bngll- sh al SOCIETY. kr HONEFACED AND INSULTING. Editor Kentucky Irish American: Miss Loretto Hogan Is spending Tho outrageous Lloyd George cartoon In Tuesdays Issue of the Courier-Journ- al her vacation at Oloverport. Is such a bonefaqed insulting family "at Bay View Mich fling at Iroland'a effort for self-go- v ' 7.7 ernment, and such an open avowal of Miss Katherlne Malone is at Oann the publisher's complete sympathy May, visiting Miss Elizabeth Ganz. with the British monarchy and its J. Hines. Sixth .,ntnrv nnlinv tn Is at Barbourvlllo on of business t trip. a Ireland that it calls for the most Misses 'Maurice Gray, Mario Mullen, Mario Louise Coots, Lamanche Dunlevy, Mae Kennedy, Nellie Mae Cllsham; Messrs. Michael Hellman, Bud Goble, Louisville; Oharles Leap, Chester Mallory, Georgo Forman, Now Albany: Edwin Coots and Ernst Gray. MACKIN COUNCIL ELKS' BIG DAY Saturday, August 28, 1920 MOONLIGHT EXCURSION On Steamer FONTAINE FERRY PARK Holy Cross church Tuesday af tor- .nnrm in TeHnons ihn nmrriaco of John I Scully and Mies Ella Mae Caummi-Wllliai- n ' ear. who were Jiatjoilv wedded by the Both bride and Rev. Father Brey. HArriLY WEDDED. Prlends "d relatIves Pronged East St. Louis ;Friday Night, August 27 FEATURES 500 I WHEN, in NEED SUPPE Hun-nis- Church Goods Line -- do-la- STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN GROVE graud-daughto- r, OQ VyWV" mai'-auders- ." Satisfactory Eyeglasses ERHART Pas-slon-lst ARCHITECT A. gJT x i.i, ,,. busl-siste- TH0S: J. BR0CAR NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE I . Automobile Repairing Tires Accessories Tubes I , .rt J ox-Ue- ct '"" -- cr up-riv- er in every smile mmmwm? $mm - NDIANCAVE I M aix-day- s' ya " .. mSmmScr:Mm '- mls-il"ra- el cs tne,'u ,, ".""." par-,'e'ned ""' . m, W - in every Swallow Franklin Gas Burner or-tn- e, . ln i"" "5" 'u!syllle -- IT fm "i wW-Wlmt-'- nt n-o-ll h BtiSHI mMmSm at W' 4er GIBSON HOTEL v the cam-palf- n, as frfty-ftft- SCHELL'S -- on. Waln?trt, oi lle, s, lilo. ' if. - r fc nLj't.J: !-- iXS. ;; iStz .tW. ' J.A . wi- - m ipl'm''yjiiFV,vftr'V mm iwfwoft" wwwwyy ''S(Ww KBOP-IJOJK- Y JCBUCXX AJSJiEmiO-AJJr- . It yoar toy aa eaaeaUoa taat will prepare them for Ufa STUB THHTBD SINGER Sewing Machines Vand mens MSV St. Xavier's 113 College W. H. Sillirnaif, Prcs. PITTED SBBVXOX BEABON- Fred J. KUusing, Sec-Tre- as furnishingsJ 5400 W.MARKET ST.S "lou svi uya i I Hoalsvllle, JCy. by the Xaverian Brothers. Conducted Tln.lnaaH anil Sflanttfln m..lital AT FACTORY PRICES. Course. Preparatory Department, Large Swimming; Pool, Well Equipped GymEasy terms. Phone us for free nasium. Term moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. trial on our 1920 model In your borne. We repair any sewing machine. W. Br&aawaT, BBST PSIOBB ABZ.B - THE MODERN WAY INCORPORATED CORNSJ3UNIONS laaaaiW vlaaaBaaW Home Phone City 2383 J. C. DORSEY & CO. City OOCO tftfTHfef Md EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR will 542 E. JEFFERSON ST KEET Soma Phone. City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-A iiKaiBW UnthI nm SriHtiflcaftTnaM Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy Cklrayaaiat 507 iStarka Baileliaa Betk Phoiea 315 Starka BaUdiaft. Third Fleer Foiirth and Walatit Phoae City 1180 DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTROMESTRIST. CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD STREET Send ui vour Palm rlsMela Snif Plannnl Tmn.... ,-, -' lasorgtmes, voiles and Urgandy Dreise. and let us , oiean mem THE "MODERN" WAY. It's different. Minor repairs free. Auto will call tor and deliver all work. As near you as your phone. -.- PRICES THE LOWEST Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woolen mills make no reduction in Drjces; there will sure be a shortage. UP-STAI- TKKmmZ Joseph HubbucfiSr.& Son Dealers in WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CrnT HALL BLDG.. 11361128 WEST MARKET ST. Cumb., Main 400 Home, City 4990 LoltTB!,Kr. CALL US FOR STORE Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES --- 2 3 6 2 OR CITY QUALITY AND SERVICE. SOUTH , JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED ( TAYLOR TRUNK CO. ; PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated Kentucky Consumers Oil Company -Kentucky Louisville MONDAYS ONLY 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOPFIOB Phone City 6827 Main 1576-- J Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases, and .Dealers In Leather Goods " LOUISVILLE, t'ttt1tM-H-tH't't1'Hf4'A''A' Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS -- DON'T FORGET THAT REPAIRING A SPECIALTY "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A SUITS DRY EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES CLEANED, PRESSED AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING LADLES' AND GENTLEMEN'S APPAREL , HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED. KY. ARTHUR It. ROIIMANN, Manager DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. City 6443; Main 2434 Falls City Cleaners and Dyers Iiu xu iMgSf ovmi uuu, uxuuua, Rubber and Paper stocK tPXaae) GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. IHOORPOXAraD. Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radios Jewelry Shop FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. 408 SOUTH 4 4 , incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Blade PJes, Cakes, Moats 210 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE ..-....-... Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT COFFEE 004 SOUTH FOURTH LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. 001003 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE City 866 THE SHEPPARD MFG. 00. IS Thirty-tw- o .... Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Homo Phone, City LOUISVILLE, KY. Years Ought To Ba ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity THE (i HOME OF Suf- PURE MILK If It's For Sale Glvo Mo a Call PINK VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. ASK YOUR GROCERS." .....t. jtHtKtMfimtifp'"l""l"T'l"''y" fcYYVVVVYYYyYVYVYYVVyVVYVVVyVYyyVVVVVVyYyyVVX STREET Near Broadway FROMPT SERVICE West 866 ?22 N. FOURTH ST. AND OFF2B OUT TXX0 OUT 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. AND Bring this coupon to our ntndlo ana w wUl stake yon six photos Ia jc una on. laxtc nnoto In llx folder In sepia for B3.00. Segu- 1800 WEST MARKBT STREET LADLES' AND GENTS' SUITS .lar price $8.00 without oonpon. A. J. BSVXJXO, Fbotorrapner Residence Phone Shawneo 122-- J Dry Cleaned and Pressed ...91.75 LOUISVILLE, KY. 428 W. MARKET ST. WorkjCalled For and Delivered FQJl WORTHY CHARITY. Telophone City 2742 LOUISVILLE CLEANERS & DYERS The Committee of Arrangements report everything ready for tho lawn 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. fete and danco to be eiven. on tho lawn of J. Raymond Barrett, 1064 INCORPORATED C OASS Everett avenue, next Thursday even On Furniture, Diamond ana other Per- ing, and nave prepared for a largo City attendance. Tho proceeds derived -- WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," sonal Proportr at lowest Bate la from .the entertainment will bo given PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT SPXOUXi CONFIRMATION CHILDREN Phone, City 7804 City Elevator and Warehouse Homo Cumb. Phone, West 412-St. Matthews 57 Crescent Hay, Grain and Feeds Frank Hartman & Sons W. HESKAMP J. The Home of "Quality Feeds" W Oscar Farmer & Sons Steam Forglngs and'Firo Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty Drs. Harrison and Strassburg We Make a Specialty of AU Branches of Dentistry. We Uso All Modern Appliances in the Elimination oi Pain. Both Phones 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET 29-L Phone City 4593 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phone City 4503 HOUSE PAINTERS DECORATORS. BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY ;AAAAAAAAAAAaAAxAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAAAM 3Y.YVvyvVVVVYVVVVYVYY J GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK Quick Service and Quality Guaranteed ST. MATTHEWS KENTUCKY For the sick and those who nurse tho sick lies in tho fact that you and deliver your wants. City UnEAI OUlMOVJJUtt 1U1N Byrne Speed Coal Corporation Both Phones 315. know tho medicino prescribed by your doctor is prepared by druggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, being specialists In their work. Phono us any hour of tho day or night. We wlU call for SECOND AMD CHESTNUT Day and Night 8ervice STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." ASSOCIATION 315 Guthrie Street. S. Incorporated 203 COLEMAN BUILDING E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON rollsulng. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Go. to a worthy charity which appeals Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 strongly to the vorkers In charge. TRAYERS FOR FOUNDER. General Repair Worlr, Cleaning and 355-3- 37 Main 0102 kickickMckick1cM S. A. Srapp T. jr. MORROW, Manager. J. J. MeTIGHE, Asst. Mgr. p. JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER lOabiEAST "BURNETT AVENUE Homo Phone, City. 8398 We Tailor Your Coat, Dress or Skirt , PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY ' H. E. WARD COMPANY INCORPORATED - r LADIES' TAILORS Phonos 8245, 08 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE ' .', The Supreme officers of the Knlchts of Columbus voted at their KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET meeting in New York City last SaturWholesale and Retail day to request the 2,000 subordinate councils of the order to offer prayers BEEF, FOBS, VEAX AKD ZJLMB AU Kind of Smoked Meat during the remainder of tho month in memory of tho Rev. Patrick J. 303 "EAST JEFFERSON STREET founder of tho order. Tho Rev. 'Father McGlvney died thirteen Kark Salt, Pre. years ago Saturday. j. c. jaooD. Heo. ana ttm. SUMMER SOCIAL. Ona. P. Zrapp Home Phone, City 7005 DRINK Kl.E'.LaJ pouniiv-Piim Main or City BEST CHEW if Bourbon County Twist H. ). BANXON, PritWtrt ed 5 Knur. P. IA1N8N, JR., Vice Prw. aid Trei;. BANN0N PIPE UNEQUALLED SMOKE CO.! J Botb Phones 1311 C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR, H&aactr IP. and Calrert Pipt, Baanea's Patent Lidded Pipe far Steam Coadalti, Wall Copiah Drala Tils, Vitrified Brick, ' Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BrlcB Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY S73.1786.1CUMB. MAIN S07. Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth and Hagaeli-t- . MEAT MARKET OOTTHTBT 468 SCHNEIDER'S BSOB 1TB BPXCZaXTX SOUTH J J LOUiaVILIiS i FIFTH STRHET - - . - - KBNTBJCiCT i NEILL-L- A VIELLE SUPPLY CO. KEW AND SLIGHTLY INCORPORATKD TJie congregation of St. Ann's church will entertain with a summer Sal, social next Wednesday atternoon and evening on tho churoh grounds, Seventh and Bevies avenue, entertain ment and amuBomont being furnished Refreshments for young and old. and lunch will bo served by the parish ladles. Take Sixth streot cars, Phono City 2154 via Seventh street. THE ZERR CO. PRESIDENT WAS CHAPLAIN. Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN VAULT AND DRY WELL Rev. Francis M. O'Reilly, army CLEANERS chaplain of tho Third division, who 811 REALTY BUILDING has been stationed at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, for several months treatment undergoing for gas wounds, was elected President of the H. W. DUBISKE & CO. Third Division Association at its meeting In Washington, IXC. FINANCIAL SERVICE Father O Roilly will roturn to Wash FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. ington after discharge from the base hospital. BLDG. 8 to-ce- nt L. GRAUMAN ft CO. Incorporated Dealers Xn All Mao of effloe aai tor Fixture, Cah Bffl- Coaatra, ter, Show Caae,Eto. Shalvlog', 610 WEST, SCAZK STBBET Home Phone, City 1811 The Drink thai Leaves a Ptecsant Memory THK OEOLrE INCORPORATKD CO. . LOUIS VIIiliB. KENTUCKY. Also, Makers of Oertels Dark and Oertels Light. ENTERTAESMENTS PRIVATE PICNICS GROTE'S (Formerly tower's Grove) In tlio Bcantifal 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 406-7-- INTER-SOUTHER- N The Knights of Columbus delegates AL. S. SMITH, PROP. who will ropresent the organization 325 WEST JEFFERSON STRHHT at the dedication of. the Knigllts of Columbus Lafayette statue in Metz DYERS AND CLEANERS 5 COMPLETE LINE OF .UNION today, arrived in Paris last Sunday 1 CALL FOR AND DELIVHR evening. MADE SHOES Home Phone, City 1931" Incorporated Opea Evenings Until Nino O'Clock CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. BOTH PHONES 810. Home Phone, Shawneo 803 BROADWAY 405 During the past few weeks marked progress has been reported in LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSONVILLE HENRY GOSS SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS EIGHTEKNTH AND MAPLE STS. several sections in New York State ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING and it looks as though there will t -soon be a genuine revival of CathRepaired JOHN B. O'LEART & CO. throughout the Tin Roofs Shingles a and Painted olic Knighthood Specclalty AsnhaU Supreme Trustee Michael State. Headquarters for Quinn and tho State Council are 9011 WEST BROADWAY OITV AND FARM PROPERTY preparing for a membership cammay paign See us about anything la real State that place. land the Empire GLOBE SECURITY ft LOAK CO in first la oorpe rated. Mtate. We sell, buy and rest 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ST. A. Lazar, Manager 504 W. JBFFERSON 1529 WEST MARKET STREET STANDS FOR OUR HEALS. Boom Phone City 4464. Mosey Advanced on Your Plain Reo Right Rev. Michael J. Gallagher, 818 West JeaTersoB Street Bishop, of Detroit, Mich., who has (Second Floor) DBAD ANIMALS been recently elected as National Heme Phone City 2967. ' of the Friends ot Irish HtGHMT CASH PRICEi PAID President to aucceed Mgr. Peter E. Freedom, forced1 to Magpnnis, ; Some City 2998 1 Cumb. Mala 200Sa PARRAKEET- Phone City 721; resign that who lias been Call Home sr371.y' QOMKFUOIS&S office on account of his CUMBERLAND Mam 721. Cumb. Phoae ! 4 permanent residence in Europe, Is M!nralwater & Grocery Company M' .$ MMH already well known in America as LOUISVCLLS RHNDHWroa CO. Incorporated an earnest exponeat ot the AmeriKata Sllt-- I Olty can principle of liberty and justice FOR THE! BBNHFIT OF YOUR SIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKKBT KAMBLY BHO0. SHOD STORJhS for all, and has steadily opposed every tendency to relinquish the MINHRAIi WATKR Ideate for which the United States Parkway 40S AH Klada ef Tootwear ri'r Mte fought a war for independence. As WlMle FaUy National Chaplain of the Ancient 8KB FOOLS? FOR MOJOTC. Tw HAMBLYV ftMorea Order of Hibernians and of the Loans to those harhie regular Ladtee' Auxiliary of the A. O. II., he IMCalxa. MW. 171C has been an Inexhaustible source of IATOWILI, S3 Mth mkI FHtad. 9 B. OHB8TNUT or salary, with so pttbUelty ORy 71C4 .inspiration to those who have been r red tape. Loans to hoasakaejwrs 184k 4 straggling for the recognition of a their personal security. Beth Phonu 2406 Ireland's claim for national inde13SS-- L F. K. FOOLS7, City 691 L0UI8VILLI ART GLASS 00. Shoes For Every Member ot the Km7 BIwwim pendence. Family i eem 1, Courier-JournBulldlar. CO. REUTLINGER "XKADjTO" and 41S 8. Foarta 8tret. Co. Home Phone 3908 AFTUR MAJJX YBARS' ORNAMXNTAIi GLASS Adolph Reatllnger Iaeorporatod. Dr. A. Lom, toturctlv334 East street, Cumb. Phone, Main Co. SSTIMATSS MADE IF DBSIRBD FRED FEBGE & SON -' INSURANCE GKNUUXi TRANWOIWCATION, Market eured . vuu. t retu iadifeetJon. T. E. Yann 2481, UNION MADK Iaeerporatea Mtal Setting In SSIae, Coppw aad . TKOCOCM TOR PKWIOH AX At prwnl .TORXADO. LIABILITY AND which I had 'many Beveled Mirrors aad Bras 8H0B8 AND SLITPIUMJ SOUTH W1KXXL ST. "HAYsaDJi pAwrnw Mae and 'eat awl drink erwry- I feel PLATM GLAM 411 BAST MARKBT arnUHTT Breld QIam Ma XJndrhlU fetaf. oilt Ffaeiias 4M 10UTH.THHU) OTRMT LOUISriLLl - - - - JtaNTUCKT TIphi CMQr It 18 mi. wntrr 'main anunrr AND EXCHANGED OLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OP THE MOST RELIABLE DEALERS IN THE FALLS CITIES CARS USED BOUGHT, SOLD MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES ARRIVED SUNDAY EVENING. NATIONAL HATTERS XsoeeSMITH'S SON GRAN W. Funeral Director BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY WEST and ); Embalmer &iz?m&1s. t Spalding Shoe Co. t1M4W't&WiWWWW1&'trQti & McELLIOTT j i! DOUGHERTY afi)WaSlSH THOMAS' KEENAN i I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES. i !' vvvvvvvvvvvvvlvvvvt FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAtLMERS. ?ELmt. tla. Jt J. BARRETT'S 50NS I Xj. TX Funeral B.AJX jDirectorand Embalmer" . i ea 717-71- AlVA'WVIVt,' , Sullivan Tranafar al rati -- Dairy yra. tAli - , 0rl,',t9 606-51- 0 rl t. .. r. a.ii.Vj 'phr-&zJm J 'y" &jJSffl$te&i& A JkCKBrOFOOBCY 4$H4Mi SDH SWISS CLEANING Bacon a INCORPORATED XRI8H OF AJSaO&XtXCAXt. g IPMMMMMMMMHnMBMiHSMI We Qlve and Redeem Surety Csupeas. MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. I sons m 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt mmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam We Qlva ana Rseeera Qo4d Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments PLAN ? Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed CONFIRMATION Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred The OHtstafidiag fcatmrea of thia method are Ha convenient ia making parchasea withont any considerable outlay ol cash. The advantage of baying ob the Club Plan daring oar various sales AT SALH PRICES. Whatever Is the piioa of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also the price to a Household Club Plaa customer. There la positively ho advance. There are bo "confidential arrangements." It Is oondacted apon aa open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments aad tue monthly payments are the same to all. " SWISS CLEANERS IMCORFORXTH) AND DYERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS ji NORFOLK SUITS, ALE-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT Fair Play.Means a Fair Fare I J Uncle Sam plays the game fair. Through the Interstate Commerce Commission he has granted higher rates ' Pi ot the railroads. f. , ' '7 v The fact that "increases were necessary to maintain a service vital, to the nation prompted the decision. T It is an instance of American fair play. ' ' And the country accepts the decision. Conditions that threatened chaos to the steam railroad service are,a menace ' $13.50 - $18.00 j j White Shirts and Blouses j To Go With Confirmation Suits, $1.00 t - $1.25 $1.50 I $! w ,, 4AiMA444t4ire m ITT i A SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS sstsisisia Asm ttftfrtt$ttt,tt'ft,'t"t"frtJttttfr t'frt"r'rlt'Tltlrf New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' 1 rirst Communion and Confirmation Wear. LUUIYDUin WAU ',,' SSBBBBBBBBWSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm ?? ttsjasjtsjsi(M)aaa Both Phones 1323 Auto Deliver; SSBBWSVSHBBBBBBBBm JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. When you mre crossing the street you want to 1..1 l..ll utawa w liAmnhilfia. Mi.www..-uuui wy tiuun. This Company is here to help you look, both i ways ia your FINANCES. Through our many years of useful service to ' this community, we believe that we can be of help to you. v I Call and let us talk over YOUR affairs with you. - to the Louisville Street Railway service. Increased operating and maintenance costs' have cut the heart from the J ' "' T nickel. Efficient service can not be maintained at the present 5icent fare. Wa"V H''l-''sV HIGH GRADE COFFEE Tea, lb Coco, lb Baking Powder , Extract, par tube Pie Filling Egg Mitt (20 eggs f or 25) Coffeolb SBBBVniWBBSBV 80oto$1.25 , 30o to 40c to Ode 40e 60o SOe 25e 20a I? f JJ Surely Louisville will play fair, d citizens will approve, action by the City Authorities that will enable the company to maintain a service that is as vital to this city as the railroads are to the nation. Fair-minde- 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 tho monument of confidence built by th people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building ! 4MK4t-"$4H&4 A7-Ce- nt Fare Is Necessary. W. S. SPEED, Chairman. JOHN W. BARR, Jr., W. H. KAYE, Executive Committee. Feurth and Main. ' ' - Let Us Have It Now. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK ' MARKET AT SECOND e ) The Oldest Trust Company In the South. m r THE m ' ; ! ; : SMOKER S CIGARS ATTENTION TOBACCO j High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. CIGARETTES "The Heart Is Cut From the Nickel" : Lace Curtains and Linoleums. 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. ! Garpets, Stoves and( Ranges, I OHESTERPIED CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Tivo for Tlilrty-flv- o LtTOKY STRIKES SWEET GAPORAL $1.70 Per Carton. AMERICAN ; CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES IJAMES GREENE aAfriHHHHrttAAA-A-iAaAAAAAl- IP sSSS&K, ff ASK FOR Preston and Jefferson IHC0RF08JLTK) 213 West Jofforaon 4tiBSB ssmsssiJt J$? KSSifc" fyyyjFVsTnmkTlLviXz EWING'S DAIRY ELECTRIC CLEARER Cleans by Air Alone. 333-33- "aim'HUWWW BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Now Open. I5oxr Etca.sijta.esta 'sOsssssHsssnU M0NCRIEF FURNACE The World's Best. Heaviest Furnace Made. Moncrief Auxiliary Gas Furnaces cut gas 5 Dins in nan. . Kmnifitn Oniric Kemnvahe lias Hurners wt w T installed in any coal furnace. ' THE PENALTY Permanent aarkness Is frequently the result of-- neglecting" your eyes. Unless' yon are sure yonr eyes are F2KFECT yon shonia ixavo them tested now. Wo examine yonr eyes, write tho prescription lor the glasses and make them In onr own shop, ont of the Hg-- rent district, at a considerable saving to yon. Ton receive tho best of service personal attention of graduate optometrists, and a written guarantee Insuring" correctness and satisfaction. PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. AIL HEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. Phono Us For a Demonstration. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER t c Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 5 Olty- - S-3LO- aPHCOHJJEC 3Vra.irx lO-S- 'KsssssfcBMBaaB ffssflsBMSBHSV t c City Xf WEST MAIN ST. 135-M- nin c SHbBBHbSSSS? c rX ; "" -- i GLOBE TIRES .O WBDT The PAY MORE? and Furnace Co . ; t K ; t t C C Henry 'Foundry Ff. "V. J A V V KING OPTICAL CO. Eyesight Specialists, 1134 W. Market St. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS -AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS BBBBBBBBSSSSSV BSSSSSSSSbBBBf .THE SSBBBBBsV ksBSSBSBSlBP BSSSSSSlBBSSSsCB BSSSBB" SSSSSSSSBS BBBBS & SBBl HpPJBS INCORPORATM). t t Office and Salesroom C21 West Market Street. Uity wn GTTARANTEE nr.ln 0000 U34 KECO IWi h AM BSSSfliWSjBBWWSlSSiSSBBlBSSItSlSSSlBS ELKS 'BIG DAY. t8 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-A- f FRED G. JONES & CO. INCORPORATED nssRsssvsjr SMMiMMSSMMtJI HAUfl wT SMS, T tMhS TT5J iwr. XT. V tltfsitS. d a1 OQ. k 'fc. W A sas f 41tkm. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MIIiLWORK. Iioulsvillo, ICj . , Brooka nd A Sts. DUMBER material Srdariar LUMBER nweli Weekly Savings Club 'start one this mnth with thc BuiLDnra 4U HM0 1, rWHAT OTHERS BRAZING . jpW Trd a&A South Louisville Bank Foartk aHd MILL WORK Central Avenue II BOSSES SON Funeral Directors Swltoh, X.ortL k St. Oath. the L03 Angeles convention next year 10 'Dnng tno convention to .Louisville In 1922, Two hundred members of Louisville Lodge aro on the committees in charge, the chairmen being: General manager, Frod J. Dolle; supervisor of committee, Kendrlck R. Lowis; parade committee; J. S. Miller, publicity committee; John Nux-o-l; prize committee, Smith T. Bailey; finance and ticket committee, Ben H. Sachs; show committee, Cy Relnhart; wnoei and concession committee, Charles N. Koch; fun and clown committee, Dr. John G. Clem; prize coupon distribution committee, Herman V. Cohn; invitation committee, Ross E. Gordon; reception committee, Fred "W. Schoppenhorst; utility committee, David A. Sachs, and illumination committee, H. L. Middleton. OOLONRTiS VB. BLUES. It is up to Louisville to mako Elks day at Fontaine Ferry Park next SatCo, urday a bg success as tho proceeds S30 WEST JEFFERSON Will be given to a convention fund for U10 1922 session of tho Elks. Main 113 It is City 98s planned to send 1,000 delegates io Tafel Electric THE VERY BEST Mlkl 1813 jf EPPING'S Doors SOFT DRINKS UUMBtK f .BSBBsassW aJH Sasli ALL id R KUUBroiulmr tr mam mam CO, IJCJMBEm and City 12. Phono West Where work Is done Where eookhw real faaj Where hnVlBg 1tn lights Where dradge U at m sight That's where h "Qfttek Menl' IHH BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSslsSSSSSSSSSSllSSSSSK LUMBER lKKaWtWkmtLWLwBhv- tIesssssssssssssbssssssssssssssssssssI sV " - mm W- r BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER FRED. C. LOEMKERv One Board or One Million Feet FOURTH AND O STS THINIMPOSSIEE AHD WE DO AND ' and Embalmers. Sixteenth and Maple Sts. Designs Betlmates FaraJshed iE&MBIfcY GSirWAIj AUTO KBPAIRING ALSO BXPRRX WELDING DAJ" AND NIOHT SBRVIOB Telphe GOO 15. 1022 BKOADWA " THE AUTO HOSPITAL TWENTY-SE0OKD MAPLI STRUTS Wight OhII City 88K7-- 3 Day.OoU BImwnee 8978 HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL GO. wcottrotiktmn Saturday afternoon. Despite their crippled condition the McCarthy ag CONTRACTING FLASTXRSR gregation nave put up a good flght, their gameness and spirit (having won BROOK AND BLOOM praise throughout their present road OUy 8380 Cumb. 8. 1E4 tour. With Betael back in the game and McCarthy at short the Colonels present a pretty strong lineup, the Improvement being in batting JOHN B. WATJHEN WM. P. BANNON The LouysvHle ball club will close Its present series at Milwaukee with Mpnday's gamo, Jumping from there to Kansas City for a series of three gamps, ending next Thursday, the team to open here with. Toledo next LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Brectora of DUST COLLECTING SYBTBM We Make a Specialty of Pipe . 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