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Rrery Driver an Hscort ssoo PWNE: HOM BR MMM LoliTWTajricak&TrMfrIf Incorporator VOLUME LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. thore was war. Next day the local per cent, of tho seats. machine organ, the Herald, .gavo a That in Ulster only fifteen of tho picnic exclusively tor the colored forty-tw- o boards or 35.7 per cent, people at Fern Creek, but this did aro in tho hands of tho Unionists, not appease their wrath, and now while twenty-fiv- e or 59,5 per cent, tlio Republican Campaign Committee are In the hands of tho Republicans ljn been forced to announce a picnic or Seo Gov. Cox Gaining Ground Whllo and boat excursion for tlio colored That of the 4C0 Labor candidates Pollco and .Military Destroy Dairies Republicans at Fern Grovo and all elected 382 or 83 per cent, stood as BOBBY BINQAM GIVES A "LITTLE" HELP. Harding and Senators' Party of tho Republican candidates and Republican-Labo- r and Tlireaten Absolute candidates. leaders must bo present Yes. tho At Standstill. mmmmammmm BnavMaaBBaBaBaBHBBHBaMaMMfi Ruin. colored brother Is coming Into his SACRED HEART ACADEMY. own and Ches and Matt find that lETE?' the Republican bulwark voto is a On Tuesday the handsome chapel IlKflaMBHaBalawSI H ifJSZU little greedy. Every colored bapof tho Ursullno Sisters at Sacred Beckham and Prohibition Associates tizing or hod carrier parado is furHeart Academy was faxed to its ut Britain Pours Army Into Erin and Proving Injurious to Kentucky nished with tho Keystone mounted most to accommodato the lnrc num. Country in a State of police as an escort, and Just last ber ot friends and relatives present Democracy. WISE Siege. Thursday morning our mounted cops to witness tho solemn nnd Impressive I MTU' were at tho colored men's hall, helpwv s'ffiifc ceremonies connected with tho nc ing to line up a negro parade, which I .. awl cession of a class of forty-fou- r v) WBs&SsK&irM according to custom travels about young women wisning to become Colored Republicans Prove Thorn In e miles about town or as members of that great Ursuline sis- Police Bomb Limerick Catholic Club long as the band holds out anyway. Side to terhood and givo their lives to the nnd Forres Shoot Up What an innocent man is Police sorvlce of God. The altars and Machine. Towns. Captain Larkin. Just after Sheriff Eanctuary wero brilliant with lights Ross raids a negro crap gamo at nnd oxqulslte with floral decorations First and Liberty, capturing fourwhen the procession, headed by teen negroes, Captain Larkin comes Bishop O'Donnghue, Fathers Drlscoll, KEYSTONERS RAID A HOME. out with the statement that he Hill and a number of other priests MSBURN BURNED FOR REVENGE asked Pluck Stringer, the gaming made their entrance for tho solemn proprietor, two montlis ago not to high mass, which was sung by tho run a gambling gamo, liaving sumvery uev. ramor schuhmann. of St. Reports from all parts of the moned tho colored gambler to tlio The conduct of tho tiimot. John's church. During tho very Imcountry lndicato that Got. Cox, the City Hall to tell him. Then Captain pressive ceremony fourteen received and constabulary in Ireland conDemocratic Presidential nominee, is Larkin Bays ho never knew anything tho white veil and fourteen tho black tinues inhuman and outrageous. developing wonderful strength with more about tho gamo until tho news veth while sixteen mado their final Cable and Associated Press disvows. When the ceremonies wore patches that follow verify this statethe voters, while Harding, the noinl-ne- o came of Shoriff Ross' raid. Ono can hardly blame Captain Larkin for ment. of the .little group of fossilized The "number or British concluded class and people proceedSenators, seems content to rely on feeling put out and mortified at the ed to the shaded grounds surround- troops in Ireland is enormous and conduct ot this prominent colored ncreaslng dally," said a high miliing tho academy, where many parties corporation and boodlo Interests for wero formed by friends and rolatives tary officer, who has Just returned his strength. William H. Newman, Republican, taIio must have been telling n falsehood when ho said his to greet those who were entering to London from that island. "Pracformer railroad official and well upon tho holy life. Ono of the nota- tically all tho British home garriposted political student, returned gambling gamo wouldn't go on any this week from a throe months' stay more. Of course Captain Larkin or ble gatherings was that ontertalned sons aro there. They Include eleven any of his pollco couldn't bo oxpect-e- d by Joseph Hubbuch, of Nlnoteenth Infantry brigades, forming the comf in New "York, Now Jersey and other to look In Pluck's placo and see Eastern points, and reports that Gov. and Walnut streets, in honor of his mand of four Major Generals, and daughter, who was known In society the necessary cavalry, artillery and Cox will carry both New York and If a gambling gamo was going op, New Jersey without a doubt. Mr. Their timo is taken up in raising as Miss Otllla Hubbuch, now Sister engineers. The staff from Alder-sho- t, .Mary George. Among his guests was tho big English training Newman says that Gov. Smith, of that $25 the Now York, who Is a candidate for machine is nicking them for Just Itev. Father Patrick McDaid, otj school, and the First Division were North Platto, Neb., who will accom- 6ent across the channel last week to will be of great assist- now. Courier-Journcanltteest Beckam's candidacy only publisher Like Banquo's ghost? the raiding pany Sister Mary Georgo and a num- Rtop the building ot blockhouses ance to tho Presidential ticket bergafare also favorites of the slightly, as Tobe Hert and King cause of his successful administra of the family card game in Mr, Fred ber of others to Nebraska, where throughout Ireland. A thousand C i they will be engaged in teaching and miles ot barbed wire have been tion as Governor. New Jersey will Hermes' residence will not down. Bingham press. support Cox because of his liberal Mr. Hermes Is a grocer at Fifteenth other good works. Tho number re- strung throughout the island as deceiving the veil was an exceptionally fenses by British troops. Nd' sentry views on the liquor Question. The and 'St. Catherine streets, and Saturliquor enforcement ""laws in New day night ho and two sons and largo one nnd the. postulants repre- post or guardhouso is complete IfcvV.'ar wero playing poker in the York aro a Joke, according to Mr. sented many States, and thoso com- without it. Ireland Is In a state of i ing from a distance wero delighted siege. It is ono high military enNewman, and he says that popular family residence. A brave and bold with the Kentucky people they met campment." bottled in bond brands of Kentucky Keystoner sauntering by discovers Tho great whisky can bo purchased 75 per this awful (?) crime against tho dairying and the hospitality shown them. movement, started by the Irish cent, cheaper than in Louisville, and law, as ho thought, dashes madly to Agricultural Organization Society," phono and summons the without any smuggling secrecy. He tho nearest WIDELY PRAISED. the system ot which has been copied reports that the people of the East- patrol machine and help to arrest developed ern States aro bitterly opposed to the offenders. In court it Tho "Social Reconstruction" pam- throughout the world, including tho place the iprotagonlst ot freedom, ENCOURAGEMENT. prohibition and no candidate now that sometimes these men played for phlet of the Bishops who formed tho United States, is threatened with Lafayette. absolute ruin owing to tho destrucBtakes as high as ico cream cones for dares espouse that platform. Rev. James Grattan Mythen and "You have given mo this mag- Administrative Committee of tho This brings to mind tho mistake tho four, which made the audience the Protestant Friends of Irish FreeCnthnllfi War Council Is still tion of creameries by the pollco and nificent baton asx a tribute of your military in reprisal Democratic leaders have made in in the court room shudder at their dom send us tho burning affection from Franco and for me. being widely distributed. Over 300,- - of ponce barracks, foraccording Kentucky. Despite the Yoto on tho recklessness. All good citizens must encouragement the following word of to You have mentioned St. Clements 000 copies of this pamphlet have al- - George W. and cheer received Russell, the famous liquor question last fall tho majority applaud this notable capture of this from the Rev. Mgr. F. Keano, of College. I was a student there and ready been sent out to readers and after Sir Horace of voters in this State are opposed man. his two sons and Heart rectory, Pittsburgh, Met, nnd Franco II mi rvofxBaposlng I was exiled by the German autoc- new orders aro coming in dally, it writer, who chiefly responsible to prohibition, that vote being Jug- who defied our laws by playing which they desire published: for racy. But It was my glorious privi- Is being used In many universities Plunkett was the success of tho organization. Stat no of IjaftrrefcjFoMr gled because of tho political race. cards In their home. Some seem to lege to lead the victorious army into and colleges, Including your letter "Irr Tho business portion of Lisburn Today they are oven more opposed think that tho pollco might have gardingacknowledging of Ireland reones, and has received warm praiso d Metz when we won the America. &, n;, Z. the claims to to prohibition with all Its attendant been busy trying to catch thrj pickfrom a great many sources. Ono of Monday presented a scene of ruin victory. I wish to bootlegging, wood alcohol pockets that cleaned out patrons of you have my sincere thanks state result evils of "The union of France and Amer- the general iprinciples suggested to and desolation asby a Loyalists of the and burning of shops o and the unpopular dry raids. Yet Kresgo's 6toro. the thieves that hearty support. How could anyone guide future developments reads ica will assure forever that the :."H7;tJlS&; arTWL. Hotopp's. Jewelry store, the wno (Iran for tho death ot Police In- ..uB; Mcckliam, onoof tho a kobbod t, "To lower, tho; cost of Jiving, the oe, aconsistenrcuizen MttrfthaliFocliuD r mi. claims' to ilMf M I mftXiPfe hefatokenemyiiVlllbe,lnalntaIne"dr extortioatpractlce.,of-m&nonol- y, of proliibltkm In pollttesT ww ' al- uuiKiur it... gui ?iuw ui ..htu of tho United States "of America-oiuai IP2ltiw.an.i"'' During thojiight. lowed to seenro tho Senatorial nomi- Kirke's residence, ortho negro bur- pose tho noble aspirations of that e Mentation to City of should bo prevented by law' Price? tho skywas !!ghtedby flattiesfromf will be forever Following that blunder glars tliat assaulted nnd robbed Miss nation. French, America and France have fixing was not requested because tho shops of supposed Sinn Folners, nation? I was born in " Shaft. the fires John L. Grayot? another avowed pro- Miller, of IS02 West Chestnut street, brave littleknow its ipeople well. Our long fought for liberty and they public opinion was folt to bo unpre- of Loyalistalso involving a number Ulstor and premises. The prlvato hibitionist? was mado Campaign or the negro that bound, gagged and frotestant neighbors wero kind nnd will contlnuo to protect liberty pared for It. Nevertheless, Govern MoitIsm-j- , of 111 obliging, Chairman, and II. V. McChesncy, a robbed Mrs. R. E. throughout the world. Knights of ment competition might be eorlously homes of Sinn Felners wero burned and wo helped each other no, these former candidate for" Governor on a West Chestnut street. But Columbus, you have done France considered as a means of restraining and the furniture carried Into the as as tho opportunity offered. Ignited. prohibition plntform, is mado Chair- fdolish persons are wrong. It must Hadoftennot boon for designing poli- Heads Procession to Slns and The and America a sorvlce." the more refractory monopolies. Co Btreot and posted a guard military It capture a bo more Important to over tho man of tho Speakers' Bureau. Marshal Foch has been made an operative stores are expressly recoin authoritieschapel. ticians in the service of the English For American in a Hamilton, Beckham's right father, two sons and William Shaw, a honorary member of tho Knights of mended not only to lower the cost ot Catholic Government who, in season and out was Fein hand man as Collector, is charged family card game, as they were of season, by lies and calumnies i " Heroes. uoiumbus. Thore are only two living but also to train the ipeople in local Sinn spverely Councilman, being M'lth enforcing tho obnoxious pro- taken to Jail In the patrol wagon, tried to stir 111 that ho is othors Cardinal Mercler and King thrift, patience and tho ability to beaten so feelings between hibition laws. What an awful com- and none of tho burglars have ever Catholics and Protestants, especially work together. When that Is done detained in the infirmary. Albert ot Belgium. Nationalist stores everywhere wero efbination for Gov. Cox and the Dem- met that fate. Tho KnightarC Columbus party furthor extensions of through tho society called Orango, In the same district with these the people would attacked, and a boot factory belongocratic ticket in Kentucky! Col, have lived In peace RATON TO CHRISTIAN SOLDIER. which is touring Franco visited fort will be assured of success " James B. Brown and Beckham's man police is another of the Keystoners Nuncy Monday from noon until 3 "Women workers," the pamphlet ing to a prominent Nationalist was to worked Friday, Percy Haly, were callers on who deserves honorable mention. and repeal ofshoulder and shoulder for o'clock, leaving In the afternoon for also says, "should not remain in oc- burned. Sparks from tho factory unjust the the passing , Gov. Cox this past week and It is This comedy copper bears the digni- of Just laws. In was to Strasbourg-They wero received cupations harmful to tholr health or Ignited other buildings on tho Counrumored that Gov. Cox had been fied title of "Alfalfa," and it must of politicians and office tho Interest with the same enthusiasm which morals. Moreover, tho proportion ot ty Down side of tho town, which holders to Marshal Foch, standing at tho is a good bo said that Alfalfa tipped off to the has marked the progress through women in Industry should bo kept had not previously boon affected. strife, to the people adjunct In Kentucky and want- Samaritan. Ono day last week Of- fosterhostile campsdivido tho principle' foot of the statue of Lafayette Just other cities of tho country. Into on within the smallest practicable This section was then ravaged. From Dublin Dennis O'Connell ed to know who was responsible for ficer Alfalfa was patrolling his beat 'divide et impora' (divide and con- presented to Metz by the Knights should receive Women limits. when he came to a house where ono quer), and I am sorry to say of Columbus, on Saturday voiced the monumental blunders. equal pay with men for equal cabled Monday that while all IreINVITED TO AMERICA, they land nwaits the peace conference The colored brother Is slowly but of his brother Republicans, a "h'ick" succeeded only too well in amounts and qualities ot work." past, his friendship for America and callod for Dublin for Tuesday tho surely coming into his own in tho fireman, was engaged In moving his and aro playing tho same the In presenting the baton to Marthe Knights a Jeweled entire country is convulsed with a Republican party In Kentucky and household furniture with only a game nt tho present, not only diabolic baton fromInsignia In .MRS. REN W. KLING. and of his office as shal Foch In the hall ot tho College wheelbarrow as his moving van. Tho land, but by cunning propagandaIre a series of outrages. Tho situation the day Is past when the In Marshal of France. He sat oh the of St. Cloment at Metz, Supreme as Alfalfa this alarming machine can tell the fireman suggested that and other lands. Early Tuesday morning tho Angel has become Increasingly Inspector platform among the other notables. Knight Flaherty said: go chase wasn't very busy ho might give him following coloted Republican voter to "Wo make this gift to Marshal of Death entered the homo of Ben Swanzy in tho shooting of "It Is a great satisfaction toone. smiling when the compliments were anyway. Tho himself when ho wants recognition. a lift with a wardrobe and to millions of others, to find iransiaiea, DUt no odvious y was Foch as Catholic American citizens W. Kllng, 1C28 South First street, Belfast fire Lisburn on Sunday. help brigade refused to Phil Brown, tho negft politician Nothing daunted Alfalfa told the thoughtful, broad- - deeply moved when the batbn cere because we, like the rest of the citi- and claimed the loving wife and a fighters handle the from Hopklnsvllle, who earned fame fireman to "Jest hold his hosses minded men- and women in our be-- mony took place. It was decidedly zens of tho UnltedStates, like the mother, Mrs. Anna Kllng. Hers the Lisburn firoby buildings fired by casting tho vote that made Tobo while and ho would be with hlin" lovea country standing by true a The Foch day. The Marshal rose early rest of enlightened nanklnd, real- .as a beautiful Jlfo and she was hoses of the loqal Incendiaries. have he department Hert a National Republican Commit- Hurrying up to tho next cornergets American principles, and scornng to and headed a procession of Knights ize tho debt humanity owes, to this loved by all her friends and asso been cut tlmo time. The militeeman, has been given now honors. made his post comes back and bo tricked by what you so aptly call Cathedral, saying: t'l groy man of Christ who leads the ciates. Mis. Kllng, who for many tary and police after in control ot the are Brown, with the assistance of Hert busy in putting the wardrobe on the 'camouflage ot political propaganda.' Into tho Old pray side by flowor of Amorlca's youth to glor- years had been active in Jewish have come to sldo with and Congressman Ogden, was ap- moving van, beg pardon, wo mean History will strong hand and roliclous work, was a town, but despite this, messages inwith Just prido the tho ious victory and From pointed Librarian at Washington wheelbarrow. Placing his club in the names otrecord noble Protestant you fpr Tho American heroes incom- lias so guided thewhoso the French nation In nutlvo of Aurora, Ind., and a daugh- dicate that disquiet is felt. attacks war." Marshal received over me reports of with a salary of $2,500 a. year. Now ono of tho drawers, he was ready men and women who In our day and munion with the Knights during Its hour of victory that that victory ter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Summer-fiel- an tho police south being the big two nro received. lAt Phil Brown has been given new for action, Thoarway holstod tho pro- country had the courage to proclaim solemn high requiem mass cele- has been mado secure and perma Besides her husband she Is by went the Club was honors. Ho has been appointed wardrobe and tho Justice ot Ireland's cause. Ire- brated by Bishop Pelt, nent. Wo honor Foch in tho name survived by two sons, Arthur and Limerick bythe Catholic a military bombed the pollco, Publicity Director of the Republican cession. The neighbors and onlook- land wishes to live In amity with all of tho fallen heroes of America Morris Kllng, ana two uaugniere, searchlight playing, on ceremony at the the building national campaign at Chicago, with ers wero a little dazed to see a po- tho world and do her full shar6 in brought out the population ofstatue whose hero he was and in honoring Misses Bessie and Helen Kllng, to Metz through tho proceeding. , in tho Auditorium liceman in full uniform and a fire- promoting and maintaining a real headquarters him amid these, tho scenes of his whom a large circle of friends exTwo Hotel. He will be there until after man struggling through the street League ot Nations, having ifor its ob- and hundreds from the Surrounding youth In the old Catholic collego ho their heartfelt sympathy. Her shot up towns In Cork county wero whilo the ipeople tho election. Of course his salary of "rassling" with a wardrobe on a ject the peace, happiness and pros- country. The city wns decorated loved so woll, wo aro also highly tend took place Wednesday after- ing church. Cranmoro, wero leavfuneral flags, with near $2,600 a year as Librarian will bo wheelbarrow, but no matter how perity of all our follow creatures of was aAmerican holiday. and the day honored, and I venture the wish, noon, many following the remains general statue was wrecked by tho pollco going on wlillo ho works for tho Re- curious It looked you will have to whatever race, color, or creed. May was veiled in silk, with The Ameri- and express this wish as a most to their last resting placo. an Chicago head- hand 'it to Officer Alfalfa for being God hasten a damage estimated at with publican campaign at that happy consumma- can flag draped near the base. cordial Invitation, that tho great Wo hope Col. good Samaritan. Tho barracks at Castlebar quarters. The Kentucky RepubliOPENING OF ST. XAVIER'S. Around the platform wero grouped soldier ot the ago will come to headquarters at Potty when mentioning tlio capture tion!" were raided and the customs otfico cans formerly had 3,000 children in nativo costume. America and be tho guest of Amercity, but of tlio Hermes raid in tho Police at Bantry woro burned. the. Soelbacli Hotel in this INTO ETERNAL REST. Five thousand troops formed a ica, so that all who havo heard and With over sixty years record beTho is thought likeas the horel management objecteds Bulletin will also give a llltlo space guard of honor, and thousands of blessed his name may share the de- hind It, St. Xavler Collego is mak- ly, will conference, it a recommenda-- ' gam-leSamarito Officer Alfalfa, tho good trend toward to the colored politicians and n civilians crowded Mrs. Mayme Silk Bohmer, ing ready for the fall term, tho park sloping light we Knights of Columbus lobby they tan. tion of dominion home rule, with cluttering up the years old, 1408 Hepburn ave- down 'toward the Moselle. In greeting him this day of which Is expected to ex- England retaining of the drew tho color line on admittance. nue, dled at G o'clock Saturday Supreme Knight Flaherty, In pre- and giving this token ot our ad- ceed by a goodly number that of army and navy. control conference noLAWN PARTY. Tha Then tho colored leaders served manight at St. Anthony's Hospital, senting the statue after the veil miration and love." the rpast few years. Many newcom- will undoubtedly ask, if It gains tice on the leaving a circle who mourn ers are registering already. Under headway, that tho coercion bill, reThe last affair of the summer hor death. wide is survided by her had been drawn asldo, reminded chine that they must move. The ReShe faELECTION RESULTS- .those the administration of Rov. Brothor cently passed, remain unenforced publican lieadquartcrs woro. Uicn season of the Columbia Athletic husband, Henry Bohmer; a son, Ed- mous assembled of Pershing's aro Benjamin this excellent educatlonnl and that tho present English" mili"Lafayette, we moved to the Republic building, Club will be social on the club win C. Bohmer; a daughter, Mlra here," words:added: "Lafayette, we Tho results of the elections for Institution has mado great progress tary systom In Ireland cease. tlusre is no objection to the grounds, 621 East St. Catherine Honrlotta Bohmer; three brothers, are still and where here." Boards ot Guardians all oyer Ire- during the past two years, Its pupils All Lord Mayor Terence MacSweney, colored politicians riding up and street, next Tuesday evening. pres- James, John and William Silk, and Tho statue was dedicated by land are here given. The elections coming off with highest honors In ot Cork, who ha3 refused food since on tho elevators with tho members are requested to be down two sisters, Mrs. M. J. Butler and Martin II. Carmody and accepted by were held at the same time as those every public educational and athbring their he was arrested in Cork on a charge latest bulletins from Darktown. ma- ent and tho committeefriends. Mem- i Mrs. John O'Connor, Funeral serv tho Mayor of Metz and representa- for the rural district councils,,, but letic contest during that time, In charge are ices were held Tuesday morning at ot sedition thirteen days ago, was bers of Then tho tives of the various departments. whoroas only the rural voters are reported in an extremely critical chine tried another plan to "shake Ben C. Bockmann. J. Jos. Hettinger, St. Brigid's church, Rev, Father Immediately after tho ceremony entitled to poll for the councils the HOLY CROSS PROVINCIAL. Bronger, Sr., fetato Tuesday morning, although bosses the niggers," as theamong said. A, Frank T. Score, Edw. Edw. Tobe,n Janseu celebrating requiem high Marshal Foch went to tho foot of entire electorate for tho country C. Bruegge-maconscious. the young Edw. Lord Mayor MacSweney club was organized mass, tho monument, to which three little rural and urban are entitled to L. O'Donnell, C. S. Is object and Jos. G. Kraemer, ChairLondon followwhite Republicans with the excurTho funeral sermon was preached girls brought tho case containing poll for tho board, Tho franchise C ,Rov. Charles poet laureate and ingin Brixton Jail in on Notro Dame, This popular club Is con- by Very Rev. J. P. Cronln, V. G., man. his conviction the soditlon of giving dances, banquets, overy man over former chaplain ot the American charge. the baton, which Supreme Knight practically Ho reiterated his. deteraffair sions and picnics or any old colored stantly Increasing Its membership, pastor of St. Patrick's church, in Flaherty presented, at the samo Includes twenty-on- e years and every woman forces In Italy, United Is conwhere they couhl shake their story. and President Brueggoman adminis- which parish Mrs. Bohmer had been time describing Marshal Foch as over thirty and tho elections were States Provincial otbecameCongrega- mination not to take food until he the Is released. At tho Home Ottlco It brothers. Thereby hangs a Repub- ducting a most successful ' reared. Father Cronln paid many "tho ideal Christian soldier" and held on tho system of proportional tion of Holy Cross last Friday as a was said the decision of the Governtration. Last Thursday a week a big touching tributes to the memory of "the greatest son ot France and tho representation. The result shows: result of the elections coming at ment had not been altered and Maclican picnic was advertised for the deceased. v That 83.8 iper cent, of tho boards warmest friend of America." the close of the world convention of Sweney would not bo released. auspices QUIETLY WEDDED. Ferry Park under tho The Marshal embraced Supreme contain Republican majorities. the order which has been in session Rioting was renewed Monday Announcement was made Thurstif the Chesley Club, and as the PROMISES ATTENTION. Knight Flaherty and In rendering "That 89 per cent, of the hoards at Notro Dame for the last fort- night in Belfast, the most menacing does not admit Park management local Republican day of the marriage t William H. his thanks, said: "I" welcome you, contain Republican or Republican-Nationali- night. He succeeds Rov. Andrew disorder being a collision between years old, of th Rapier, forty-twcolored people Iho The Associated Press on Wednesmajorities. Morrlssey, who becomes Coadjutor the Unionists and Sinn Felners in Company, and Miss day cabled that King George naa re- Knights ofotColumbus, as the reprebosses chuckled on losing their col- Rhodes-RapiAmerica. I know your That only 9.7 per cent, of tho General with the right ot succes- Ballymacarrett. years plied to the appeal of Redmond How- sentatives Opposing crowd ored brothers with tle Fontaine Anna Porter Noel, thirty-fomajorities. merits because of what you have Father Morrlssey was tor Bryant Ferry Frk management as the old. daughter of Mrs. Hulda Monday ard, nephew of the late John Red- done ia the war. The same senti- boards contain Unionist won 78.6 sion. years President of Notre met In Blycon street and KUmoren That the Republicans many street, where shooting and stone mond, urging clemency for the Irish ments that led Lafayette to go to per cent, of tho seats. buffer. But they reckoned without Noel, which was eolfrmnlaed Dame University" which ho left In throwing police Colored Republicans, their host. teachers, crap shooters vening at the Cathedral ot the As hunger strikers, saying that- th ap- America to fight have prompted you That ot the remaining 21.4 per a flourishing condition In tho sum- eventually occurred. inThe dispersing succeeded sumption. Following tne ceremony peal will receive immediate and care- to come to Metz to reassure France cent. 6.4 per cent, of the seats were preachers, up duties of the crowds by a baton charge, and all aprtld lor admission to the bride and groom left for a motor ful attrition. Lloyd George, who is that America fls ever ready to do won by Nationalists who stood for mer of 1905 to take ho has held Provincial, which office shake hands With the ottleMa the tour of tho East, upon their return now In Switserland, says that, what- her part. You hare come here to He dofor TAKES NICE PLACB. t the Puritan ever tha consequence, the Govern- tear down the etatue of the Red That thereto 84 per cent of the will the past fourteen years, the vote ImkI elected- - But aotWng the they will rri4 duties ot fake over Mfss Kathorlne C. Shelly will, lus. Keyetone eoppers hotfootedfrom AMrtmwt. Tfe wadding was) very ment could not take the reeaoneibil-it- r Prince, Just as your soldiers came total seats have been wen by can- Superior General the Gilbert Fran-calRov. iwtinrad brothers away qotet. Mr. and Mr. Geowe M leave September 1 for CatleUeburr. ot releaaiag the Lord Mayor ot Utear down the! mease of autoc- didates la favor of C, S, C, whoee falling health where she has accepted the peeftion: aere Cork, wiro was then In a dying racy which the. etatue represented. the seen ot Joy and festivity, TO" made the appointment of an assist- ae supervisor of murrfe in tee pttbata the tola arta4at. Abe Netter rwaw and you to put in its wen ealy 11,7 ant necessary, That the schools of that city. DEMOCRATS IRELAND Republican-Nationalist- s. -- !B lr$ssS&57JPiPBl HI sixty-thre- ... al son-in-la- w n i Na-tion- nl Sa-cr- ea son-in-la- Sjuj p non-Cathol- ic hard-earne- ln,re-Veng- nts rA,a(b p Alsace-Lorrain- Com-munlo- ii El-wo- son-in-la- w Beckham-prohlbl-tio- n ed clear-heade- d, - wei-r.-i- ro d. -- Gal-wa- y, $25,-00- 0. forty-seve- ont Fop-tal- ne st o er ur .twi s, orrai f lvoetr Uieits A;. tj. h S f, :m i . 'V.H., JHOBrarXJOKry JCfejnNrf KENTUCKY IRISH af& W AKr;:oA.i mmmmmmim&mim mM flMERKffll o! Irish AnwrkuM aad CaMwa Incotrotaua'. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Mea'i Instituto and Catholic Knights of America. IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Secood-CI- tha Social aad Moral Advaacement Friends, of Irish Freedom National Bureau the following, which shows Orasty doing propaganda work only: "I am directed- by tho Secretary of State to inform you that Charles H. Grassy Is not engaged In any diplomatic mission or assignment authority of this Govern- l under the - s f3:k - "Th Ltuisvillt Gas and J uvmpunya a m j mm K8NTUCKY fUBSCRlPTION Merest All nt flt1 imnfflnM PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c ull3 Government. I may also say that Mr. Grasty Is not traveling with Matter. Entered al the Uultvllle Poitoff lc ai a (Uspiomatlo passport as is alleged Wist Liberty Strut. In tho nowspaper article quoted." IRISH AMERICAN. CcibbubImUms "to tin KENTUCKY Mr. Shaw Is Executive Assistant to the Secretary of State. n- is Publishers be said that Mr. Grasty nrW n an of- .... -Inn I 1UUUL Hi UU 9UUHV UIUIUIUIU UilU 11 foe. 1 get dividend checks regular tmti and I m buying m&re smfi. iwweu at t Ada j mm mmm a fww a a Btmk 19 J savg .' m 319-32- 1 ca()counl.) .. LOUISVILLE, KY ...... .SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920 and his 5316111(68 or-br- Egypt for the Egyptians, but not Ireland for tho Irish motto of England. ' COMING EVENTS. wf BmfwBffiUjmKf BffijJK7J JVWVVjJB) jj W"VBBnPgfSKJ AvtlJ 4wM'3V'VEV. i can not turn hack August 28. Elks' big day at Fonback the oppor- that they throw. away .when taine Ferry Park. With woman suffrage now August eured tho voters of that ex should they violated tjfelr prpmlso "to Irq- - Daughters 28 'Moonlight excursion, of Isaholla, for benoflt of places of honor and leader- - j land, givo tho Visitation Home. ships to the'mothers who have done Soptember 1 St. Agnes parish WHY? their part in the upbuilding of our picnic, "afternoon and ,evoning, on school grounds, "Nowbufg road and nation, and not to tho exponents of Dr. Thomas P. Hart, editor of the Speed avenue. race suicide, many of whom have Catholic Telegraph, who knows well September C St. Vincent de Paul advocated suffrage as a fad. his subject, under tho above cap- church picnic, on school grounds, tion writes that tho proposal of Mr. Shelby and Oak streets. TREACHEROUS ENGLAND. Social by Cathedral October apKremer, LOGICAL LHADKR.S. the clock, lng ty "fs" Premier Lloyd Georgo formed a union secretly with Lonlne, Trotsky and tho Russian Bolshevists when they wero on the road to (power, but just as soon asthe Soviet army suffered reverses at tho hands of the Poles, then the British Premier and his associates deserted their Bolshevik allies. English treachery runs consistently through the history of tho world, " JIL11T.3 HARDING'S CAUSE. monu-mont At the unveiling of the to Abraham Lincoln in West Mrs. James Shelley has taken an this groat amount and apartment In the Thierman. useful property can not be guarded needs modern properties serving the ever in against robbery, Just as well as any Miss Mary Elizabeth Callahan. Is work in your own community where it helps of the public. Put your money other kind of property can ho pro spending a vacation aLNIagara Falls. to build up home prosperity. AVe are "thoroughly con tocted. Miss Agnes Sweeney has been vlnced that whisky is fully as use spending a week at White Sulphur "ful in the (practice of medicine as Is springs. in opium with all its preparations and by in coupon. Thomas J. McDonough has realkaloid derivatives, and that it is turned home after a three weeks' froe from many of the objections stay in Clnclnati. which may bo urged against the Miss Elizabeth Wettstotn is. In latter drug. We .know that, properly administered, it is. the most re- Minneapolis, Minn., visiting Mr. and L. J. Connolly. liable and only absolutely safe Mrs. .1020 soporific for aged people, who are Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cummins, Investment Department a, troubled with insomnia. Eor old MeaaoworooK, nave returneu-fro- m lr ytv. r s. Louisville Gas & Electric C& folks It is also a valunblo- - toulc. visit to Syracuse," N. Y, Ky. Moreover,' It Is one of the "very best RAMPANT MILITARISM. Miss Nellie Crowley, who has stimulants in materia medica. Why, been spending several days at HousPlease send me your' investment literature There has been considerable talk then, should tho largo stock on ton, has returned home. Nam. of giving dominion homo rule to hand be destroyed? Miss Mary E. Keegan was among Ireland as a settlement of the presStrtel. M. M. Byllefey & Co. those from this city registered last ANSWER OF CHURCH. ent difficulty into which England week at Bay View, Mich. 3 Telephone . has been led by Lloyd George and IMMURtSi It Is greatly to be feared that the Miss Helen Malono won the silver his satellites. It has even been said trophy Clip as the best woman dancer that President Do Valera, of tho Church must plead guilty to the of this season at Pctoskey. Infirmary, is reported much imMfLiMMtHM' Irish republic, would' accept such a charge that sho is proved and on the way to recovery, statements of Do There is no escaping it, Hero aro Monday on W T. Finck Martin left settlement. The Valera and of Arthur Griffith, tho some of tho counts: Tho Church Is a business trip through the West, OF The Misses Kelly, 245 AVest Spring enough to believe in to bo gono several months- street, Now Albany, havo been enterVice President of tho republic, taining Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. should set af rest all such rumors. tho sanctity of marriage and to reMrs. M. J. Mnloney and Miss Julia In announcing myself a candidate for election as a member of the Board of Education leaguein pudiate dlvorco; to' cherish modesty Maloney left last week for a short Dunn and Lee Dunn, of There is a dominion, rule at the November-electio- n of 1920, 1 would havo you remember: which is working for this In girls and purity in boys; to think stay in Cleveland and Buffalo. Ireland Mrs. William P. Herinessy nnd settlement, but it receives no coun that vile dances and Indecent plays 1 Thnt I nai a product of tho common school, Miss Rona Grant has returned of Education to increase tho efficiency of our tenance, from the Irish republican and nasty novels corrupt society. from a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Charles P. Fleece have been and linvo been closely Identified with public schools and to free them from the blight of visiting at South Park thla week as Is so' far behind the Mrs. Roso Boono, at New Haven. Tho Church school work. In my early manhood I taught partisan politics it has had my support. leaders. tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. John WJveral years, beginning In tho "old log school How futile "is the aeltatlon for a times as to frown on gambling at 4 In addition to my professional experience, I Herr. house," nnd later was Principal nnd SuperinMiss to discuss dominion bridge and fraudulent advertising last weekMaobello Thornbury spent Iinvo had tho control of large nnd Important conference tendent of large schools. I know something at New Haven, the guest stago" Is evident and reckless motoring and ruinous of business institutions, public and private, which Misses Anna Maria and Ethel homo .rule at this by actual experience of Superintendence in her aunt, Mrs. R. A. Greenwell, Margaret Doyle left Saturday with Involved not only tlio control nnd management common school work from Primary to High from a declaration" of Lloyd Georgo, competition; bo primitive, Indeed, in of hundreds of employes, tho handling nnd School. Miss Blanche Filey, 1C08 Culbert-so- n their aunt, illsa Mary Agnes Welsh to a ques- her view of society as to believe in made last week expenditure of largo sums of money. 2 For more than twenty-fiv- o avenuo, Now Albany, Is visiting to spend two weeks In Chicago with years I havo liecn tion whether the British Govern freedom and tho rights of tho people Mrs. relatives. a citizen of Louisville, am a taxpayer, and am 5 I am n firm believer in thorough work In tho Jake Snyder at Logan, Ohio. ment was willing to discuss with and the duty of men to organize for fundamental branches taught in our ward educating my own children in tho public schools, to the end that thoso.who seek en(schools. During all tho years I was n teacher Jlrs. Clarence E. Ico and the any representatives of Irish opinion their own protection nay, even to Miss Ethel Angormeier and guest. trance to tho High Schools may bo better preanu uonsianco "sses I devoted much of my time, and in later yearn any proposals for a settlement. The believe that properly Is a trust and Miss Helen Gallagher, who visltedln of 2S27 ivaeiino Kentucky street, ice pared for that work, and that larger number arc West all I could spare, to every movement in tho returned home such discussion would that It Is not lawful to do what one in Lexington, Premier said visiting Mrs. Holmes Burtoa in of our boys nnd girls who may bo compelled interest of public schools nnd tho causo of to stop short of tho High School may Ikj better bo subject to three conditions, as will with ona's own. And yet? and popular education. My early conviction tlwt Mrs. Clarence Haley, of Kokomo, Muncie, Ind. equipped for earning u livelihood nnd for tho tho common school Is a necessary factor In follows: First, that tho six counties yet? ask tho question again J Is the is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. duties of good citizenship. our national life has deepened ns tho years John Bernard Scully and bride, James B. Doherty, In Jefforsonvllle. If to be of Northern Ulstor must bo treated Church have goae by. 0 My election will mean i sacrifico of time, nnd who was Mtsa Ella Caummlsar, are means to have no message there must separately; second, that Mrs. John Drlscoll. of Jefferson- - expected home today from the Great TV 8 I hare: cowteteatly strive to keep tho schools soino money without any financial return, hut be no secession, directly or indi- for tho present age, we can answor ville, spent ten days visiting her son, Lakes, where they havo been spendhc ei politics Hsu politics oat of tho schools. I am willing and anxious to mnko it. If by part of Ireland from roundly and heartily "No." For who David Drlscoll, at Mackinac Island, ing their honeymoon. rectly, of any Ih this waiter I am still much in earnest. It doing so I can render ervlco to the commit, 'Was my privilege to servo as a member of n nlty and help our children, I shnll feci amply the United Kingdoms and third, "we can find anything better for tho Mich." Committee from tha Commercial Club that as. repaid. I havo nn ambition to help mako the Mrs. W. T. Cook announces the can not agree to anything that curing of our present ills than these M. JMr. and Mrs. ttrted fa drafting tho present school law, and schools of Louisville conspicuous for good, things: God and 1725 Bank streot, James been Lyons, engagement of her sister, Miss Involve any detraction from same would spendthis was one of the results sought to ho havo sound, solid instruction in an ngo much given Cullen, Joseph Eulalla Christ, duty and lovo and reverence, ing the past two Weeks at Dawson R. Kelly,Catherine city, thetowedding In tho general ptirposo of tho Board to .fads, fancies and fur!cIows. the security of these Islands or of thir modesty and purity, and temperance Springs. to take place In September. tholr safety Jn case of war." For the foregoing: consideration, I ask your support. Got down on Of course, as the Truo Voice and tnworldliness. Mrs. G. P. Curran and grandchilMr. and Mrs. Augustus Thomas says, theT conditions laid down by your knees, Christian people, and. dren, Burnett avenue, have returned of 4heir God you aro and from a delightful visit in Birming- announce the" engagement nomas, to the Premier aro simply Impossible thank oaugnter, miss jvuiureit 'i ;MrVritnirVrVbty jof fulfillment, as he well knew. pray to bo delivered from the lure ham, Ala. Capt. James J. Kelly. The wedding will take place in September. There can be no discussion on such of tho present ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Gllhooley, terras by leaders of Irish opinion. had as guests this week 1HXGIIAM & COMPANY. Mr, and Mrs. James Donavan left Yancey wore quietly married In tho the. honor of our race, and I can XOIt OA.V ANY ONK. Meanwhile tho coercion act will Mr. and- Mrs. Frank. Bouchet, of Sunday for their home In West Palm parlors of Father O'Connor, pastor you that tho press of both hemi'. Chlfiago. Holy Name church. After In Ireland and Undor the above caption make matters worse pen or posBeach, Fla., after a visit to Mrs. of tho fol spheres The Chicago Evonlng Post .says Indianapolis they lowing is sent tho press by the well sess the doesn't hold tho swerve ua Donavan's sister, Mrs. C. R. Kelly, their roturn from 9'40 brain that can wjll destroy all hope of peace. There editorially: "We can not see why a A little girl arrived at the home and Mr. Kelly, Sycamoro 'street. wllj bo at home at South Third known from the TTesIre to see Ireland the local woman! Is now no pretense of civil governstreet. Sir Edward Carson should express of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Connors, of virtue tho world Thirty-eight- h Permit an Irish woman to congrat- - named center ofthe nations free and by British authority In Ire- any street, this ment 022 among Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mallon and of tho amazement at the failure of past South Uiate you On VOUr brilliant avn., MIbb Trnnn TiTrrtmnnn , -week. . ........... onJrfntnf! land. Only military ruler functions the British Government to suppress daughter, Miss Sberrlll Mallon, left ....V ..V..V U.w..VH. moro, geniustui cartoon con earth. All tho Lloyd Georges, tho jose-mucBlaghams, and the rest Grastys, August 15 fo"r Chicago. Before re- at luiichoon In honor of Miss in, any way outside of Ulster. This Sinn Fein activities, since It jievor Mrs. Peter Bahr has left for Minphlnq TIemoy, a recent graduate of ceptlon of Tuesday the 17th. My of the the is the British confession of failure has had nerve enough to suppress neapolis to spend a month with her turning homo they will visit In To- - tho University of Louisville. Thoso ramer oeiatea "appreciation" la duo physical antls of various mental and dimensions, But Lloyd him. daughter, Mrs. L. J. Connolly, and ronto,NIagara, Buffalo and Detroit. present were Misses Josephlnd Tler-ae- y, to tho fact that I rarely ever havo the vision that can can not chango to govern Ireland. distinguish beNor can we see by what rea- Mr. Connolly, the 'pleasure" of scanning your per- tween might and right. Klrwan Tlornoy Louise Frantz, George persists In trying to- make son he assumes Mrs. Clifford Staples. .Highland Helen Wald, Irene Erdmann, Linton fidiously anti-Iris- h tho sole privilege sheet. However, NELL C. DILLON Prussian militarism keep Ireland In of defying tho British' Government Park, was this week in St. Louis, at intervals, J fiad it under my eyes With the RuljeUa, Ha. is only succeeding whenever he feels Inclined. Ho frage law a adoption of tho suf- visiting Mr." and Mrs. Archie Fitz- Erdmann. at the Public Library, and out of little suffragette ar- gerald. She was accompanied by COLONELS VS. TOLEDO. In outdoing the military rule In ought not to deny to Sinn Fein the rived at tho.Jiome of Mr. and Mrs, Louisville people visiting friends curiosity, 'I peruse ite pages, with hor son Cecil and her brother, and relatives In Bartlatown and never a qualm of disloyalty to my roundly de John J. Barry. Belgium "whloh Ho Manager Joe McCarthy and his right of rebellion he has always in Mitchell Fitzgerald. Nelson cettnty last week wero Mr. kind, happy in the thought that no nounced, during the war. And he Is slsted upon for. himself." penny of mine goes to keep your hall toseers arrived home last night Miss Margaret Flynn has returaed and Mrs. Deaale Smith, Mrs. making Great Britain, knows to the Mls.r Kate Morgan has returned to her home- - oa Kentucky street afBowling aad ohlldren, Mrs. grind mill ia operatkm, But eay, from Kansas City aad will o'pon a 's from series wjth Roger ter a .visit to Fort Brio, Niagara aigltt-eeelB- an extended vacation, and Joeenh Cravens aad children'. Mrs. don't you think that the extra stroke four-gam- e world m' mi exponent of rampant GRATY ONLY WRJTBK. trip te Cleveland, Buf- Roy Osborne aad children, M lee was superfluous? Toledo club, which Is aow Wo irlsa. know Falla and Buffalo. militarism, that has never been falo. Niagara Falle aad Oanada. Slltt&etb Nan aaa Miss Kltoe you pretty well now, and- - even traveling' under the management of The State Department makes it in, hkrtory, The day for geniusful-- 1 picture prints are power- Jean Dubuc, the former Detroit John McElllott and Stephen' ready to vote Leutevllle etlll ahead Combs. -dominion home rule-- for clear that Charles H. Gr&ety, the Sheehan J.have beea spending the of all cities as the place to live. of pitcher. After these four games the less to add to the pain of dlsallue-lonmeDid you not have millions LoHkwllle clHb will go away again, Ireland mu ions by. The republic writer of special aewepeper articles week on a viettlHg trip to Niagara BLB6MXG OP 8HMIXARY. .realUy, per pertalfiteg to conditions In Ireland, Falle aad Canada. Mrs. M. J. T4eraey Md daughter, at year command very likely you for ite last. road, trip, playing at of Ireland .to aw. Mlee Teedle, have returaed from a The' new seminary which has b'sei would have more regard (for the Jndianapolls and Columbus, coming forming all iW, functions of govern-me- Lhelag published la. the New York Mrs. Martin J. Gavin left deUghtrul elght-eeeJa- g trip to Cleve- - ereeted la Sea Aatoaia, Texae. feeling of year Irish readers. To back hems September. The ColMr. an?T It 1 not to ho oxpected Timet and otfeer publication, U net Mondayaad for tieafeetfc, lad.. wMare Jaad, Niagara FaMe, New York aad through the sealoae efforts of tha compare the patriot of Ireland who onels farad better oa the. road than that th! &V) o( Ireland will now acting hi any- capacity whaieeever they are' Yfeftter Mr, aad .Xr. WaehiBKtoa. la Brooklyn they.Xlaht Rev. Bieho Droaeat. will' are fightlagMo free their laa& from aiany expected, and the, beys, depeat several dape hrttlag relaIve I he dedicated, on September 11.. Hie the iron grip ot the Hugliak Hun, to serve a hand for their . showing go condition for the 'ftiate DeVertment or the Charles J. Ifltdett'rea; f consent -- r- iJMeeueoey tae uaynetoae jaeaegate the uneoeakable Bolahevlkl le the aaainet the. ecrong. western e.lub. United States Ooreimnteat. 0. How-hw-e wMcta . Miam Leahw OmawaH, daaihtar -- aaa heea Invited br Melton nrom- - acme of eowardiee and bigotry. We three of whom are reading' the Fran Mum, Bri, of raw'aUfcaar. George . Lleyd Ikiw hM promptly written the who was operated e at. Si. Joeapaa oC Mr. Ana,. Oree wrall, aad J. C, eaerta to blee the eeminery. tome tlmnnfo. Irmh are teneltive, none more so, ot just now, minster recently Ellhu Root said that, no matter what the trials and provocations of the future, it was impossible that Britain and America could over bo enomles, or that, in any world emergency that may occur, they can ever bo ranged on opposing aides. Coming from a man of Root's political standing, those much to words must have done strengthen Lloyd George's determination to ipass his infamous coercion bill. Now this should not be lost sight of when the man for whose nomination at Chicago Root was responsible comes looking for votes. Tho American people aro by no ready to approve the means atrocious tyranny that obtains in Ireland, Egypt and India, and unless Harding, who is Root's man, dissociates himself from Root's Slmmslan sentiments and toadyism he will appeal in vain for support to the In telligent and (patriotic voters of the nation. tho Federal official pointed to enforce the prohibition amendment to tho constitution, that tho stock of whiskies stored in tho United States bo destroyed to it from being stolen, betrays a y weakness of character and a of executive ability which utterly unfits him for the discharge of bis official duty. The ban has been put on whisky as a beverage. That Is tho law, and by all means let it be .enforced- - as all duly enacted laws should be enforced. Let no one bo permitted to violate tho law with impunity. To tolerato contempt of law is to encourage anarchy and to Invito tho general disturbance of the public peace and order In fact. It tends to destroy the very foundations of civil society. However, the use or whisky for medicinal purposes Is not prohibited by law; and the destruction of the stock now in storago can not be Justified on any reasonable grounds. It Is a confespro-vent C- -7 parish ladles in Cathedral Hall, ternoon and ovonlng. LIES AND LIES. In the af- pov-ort- Courier-Journof August Charles Grasty made an attempt at tho .Irish question which was very disparaging. Now, Charlie Grasty, Your pen is nasty, Because it lies; It lies about, the Irish theme. It lies and lies. al 14 and Become a Stockholder need to start your profit y'OU do not with themuch moneyand Electric Company. You Louisville Gas account a a so for as little as 17 cents Save 17c a Day day or $5 month. - Your name should be Charlie Grafty; And then we'd say Your pen is crafty.. Are your pockets full From Olo John Bull. For trying to" pull Tho English wool Over the eyes of the AA AAA Ax AA .' U. S. A? R. C. IC. A regularly by mail every three months. By investing in useful public service properties they receive a steady income because they have saved and put their money to work for them. atic payments on whatever number of shares of Preferred Stock you decide upon. Interest is albwed to you on payments. There is no red tape or long winded contracts. If you cannot complete your payments, you lose nothing. and sound investing is the only sure way. Oar large family of Louisville shareholders receive their dividend checks All you have to do is to save a little money each month and make A A A AAA'A , ft. A A AAA AA SOCIETY. : A A AAArA A AAA AAAA AAAAA Why not plan for financial independence? Regular, systematic saving sion of Incompetency to say that Invest direct 'Come great ta "growing and talk the matter over with our Investment department clipping and sending the attached or get the facts investment IBepartment of Kentucky r im$mry Gotsgmn Louisville Gas & Electric 311 Wo Chestnut ". St.. LoiiisvHt JWh I :JmtMMPmtYV TO THE MEN AND WOMEN LOUISVILLE b-- nt ly - d? ed ' Robt. E. Woods as-eu- ro 11 . An-tho- ay Bres-nahan- but-PM- pa nt. o. - JjglM: "" "HiU re Av&i ' kCi.. ftjj ..va a iiV.C-.!IBV- ,".'. J r JTJ M! .'.IIS bTi.'W'- - Jktl tf. D jKKOxjOBTsr irish LEXINGTON. .AJMC&Rioikar.' , s - EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION ELECTION OP OFFICERS. " KENTUCKY Bpr!H r:t'ial'Jnl fc- - officers noxt Wednesday evening, Tuesday evening a September 1 dance for members and tholr ladles will be given at Sennlng's Park. Blue Grass Assembly, Knights of Columbus, of Lexington, Is arranging details for the exemplification of the fourth dogreo, which It contemplates holding on 'Sunday, October 7, SAItTO CLUB MEETS. Local Council, Knights of Colum-buwill hold its annual election of t WEWANTYOURWORK I'M We're Prepared te Do It Promptly and in First - Class Style. n STATE FAIR v UNtfER THE AUSPICES OP KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE September13, ; J LOUISVILLE 14, 15, 16, 17 Wt'f' The Sarlo Clutv Now Albany, met Wednesday night at the home of Miss Mary Kelly, West Spring Lstreot. Miss Kelly was a happy hostess and the literary programme wa greatly appreciated by all present. INTO TRUE FOLD. Hon. Evan Morgan, a .recent con- PRINTING Card, Bill Heads, Letter Heafe, HHkMManiiein Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Danee and Wedding Irmt&tieas a Specialty. HOME PHONE '&& BOBaBaBaBaBaaoBIBlaof and: 18 946. 1920 BASEBALL Sunday, und&y, Monday and vert to tho faith, Intends to iiroparo for tho priesthood in this country. The young Welsh nobleman is a son of Lord Tredegar and a convert to tho Catholic church. STATE FAIR. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN sis 'vraoM'r ORscraiv s RiDjffi'r m "THEFwssrm THE world" Tuesday. vs. LOUISVILLE TOLEDO Secretary Carney Cross has an FAMED LADY EXPLORER. nounced tho offering of Kentucky Countess Wanda Mrs. Charlotte" Cameron, tho well State Fair tickets for sale at head- skl, director of tho Polish Red Cross auarters in the Republic building. known English author and traveler, In Siberia, "photographed after her tho Board of Trade and all drug recontly returned from Alaska and the far Northwest Canadian wilds. arrival hero, and conceded to bo stores. one of the most beautiful women In all Europe. BRITAIN WEAKENS. CHAPTER ELECTION. lIClAnmtTSTtr InTtiTmnnn Rawita-Ostrew- api.VV (&1 nn ooe(o4ooeeiele a tl Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. National Banh of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. jiHUM! Slv ASK FOR EWING'S DAIRY PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. HOOVER ELECTRIC Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS THE Tafel Electric City 985 Co. 1x3 S30 WEST JEFFERSON Main THE VERY BEST Weekly Savings Club South EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS pV flaw FRED. G'LOEMKER ktufaL&yMiulhLJ FOURTH AND O STS Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity If it's For Sale Give Mo a 011 PINE VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 14 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. Both Phones MONDAYS ONLY SUITS DRY CLEANED, PRESSED ... LADLW AND GENTLEMEN'S $1.25 HATS CLKANBD, BLOCKED, DYED, AT SPECIAL ERIOBS MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET Oity 6443; Main 2484 Falls Oity Cleaners and Dyers THE SHEPPARD Incorporated MFG. CO. STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1112 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam PorgiBgs and Fire Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty CALL US FOR Oil and Grease . Keotaeky OeMraers Oil Company Koatnaky LotifttfriUe for all ruRPoea ML BUCKNER WH0L3KAL1 T01A000JII1T m vrmrr madc wrvmrnt. uoxmmUM - - - kbhtwhct J. On Wednesday, September 8, tho Chapter of tho Passlonist Order, will Premier Lloyd jGeorge In a state- meot hero to elect officers of this Risirved Seats otw Gmm calkd at 3 o'cleck. Tho Very Rev. Alfred ment Wednesday concerning tho case provinco. on sak at BucktMfff t. of Lord Mayor MacSweney, of Cork, Cagnoy, C. P., is the Provincial nt whoso condition Is grave because of present. his hunger strike, insisted that, JOHN BOB WOULD nELP SCHOOLS. whatever the consequences, tho Government coujd not take tho response HAWES & HANNAN blllty of releasing MacSweney. Tho Robert E. Woods, former PostPremier declared he regretted Mac- master, who is a candidate for a Sweney had decided to starve him- place upon the Board of Education, FOR self, but said that If he were re- has had a long and practical exleased then nil tho other hungor perience not only as teacher hut as strikers would have to bo released. principal of a school. Ills announceThe Premier cited the crime for ment appears in this issue. which Lord Mayor MacSweney was convicted and said it indicated ho FIRST AMERICAN LEGION. was "concerned in a conspiracy Prompt and Efficient Service against the constabulary, who are War Department records show the defenders of order in Ireland." that tho first American Legion was Main 1429 City 3728 Lloyd George declared it was the fSunded In 1792, following the Reduty to protect these volutionary War, and its 309 STARKS BUILDING Government's He said In conclusion: by that name, terminated existence in 1796. "bravo men." "The latest offer of the Government, Tho American Legion was commade in Parliament on the date of manded by Gen. (Mnd) (Anthony its adjournment, has been scornfully Wayno, an Irishman. rejected by their leaders and wo Members of Division 4, A. O. II., have been driven to fight against tho LIBERTY. will plcafco lnnmko returns on out claim for complete secosslon of Ire- and South, ing tickets nt onco to tho under land, NorthGod grants liberty only to those from the British Empire. This claim wo can who lovo it and aro always ready to signed. JOHN C. DORSEY, never recognlzo." And this moans guard and defend it. Let our object Treasurer Building Fund, that tho diabolical coejclon measures be our country. And, by the blessing of God, may that country itself will continue 542 East Jefferson. become a vast and splendid monument, not of oppression and terror, TIMES FOR TRUCK but of wisdom, of peace and of libThe progress which tho Irish na- erty, upon which tho world , may tion has made in its struggle for gaze with admiration foreverl recognition of Its Independent Re- Daniel Webster. publican Government during the last fow months is hardly less than inNTSJJX" STYLE. startling. The London Times, .which not so long ago still 'talked of "traitDress sleeves are decidedly longer. orous blows at tho Integrity of the Hats of velour are embroidered in Empire," has now come to tho point wool. of advocating "a truce between-th- e Nets and tulles-- still retalntheir Irish people and the English people." popularity. With many covering phrases, it has Beads are the most popular of Cleans by Air Alono. suggested. In recent ediPhono Us For a Demonstration. actually something very a like a sur- trimmings. torial, Suits are trimmed with heavy silk render on tho part of the British Government to tho obvious will of embroidery. Vests and cuffs aro embroidered Ireland. Incorporated in steel beads. KNIGHTS HOLD MEMORIAL. A new fad Jn blouses Is tho fitted 333-33- 5 WEST MAIN ST. blouse of 1860. City 135-M- ain New Albany Council, Knights of The tunic effect on the overblouse Columbus, held a memorial service Is on tho wane. at tho hall at Vincennes and Oak Dolman coats are trimmed with streets Thursday night in memory d braid. of Newland Loeblg, son of Frank Smart hats for children aro-- of Loebig, and a student in Purdue START 8KC THIS MINTH WITH TK University, who died recently at his taffeta and satin. draped turbans Tarns and homo on Vlncennes street, Tho meeting was in charge of James A. will bo worn this fall, Louisville Bank Thornton, Grand Knight, and G. E. LEAVES CASTLE. Welnmann delivered tho eulogy. A Fourth and Central AtCubo musical (programme was given unWith the resignation of Edward der the direction of Joseph Fallon. Saundorson as private secretary to Lord Fronch, Dublin Castle has disAWARDED TO MARINES. GLOBE TIRES pensed with the services of a man 11K V Tho Marino Corps Recruiting Of- whose name has boen associated with fice, Fourth and Jefferson streets, most of tho recent political scandals is expecting its first allotment of with which the Castle has been con Fourragoreo awarded by the French cerned. Saunderson is the son of Government to men of the Fifth Col. Saunderson, an influential Car- and Sixth Regiments and Sixth Ma- sonite, And tho former private secre chine Gun Battalion, which formed tary s Influence with Lord French tho Marine Brigade of the Second wns reported to have been great. Division. The Fourrageres will bo STUCK ON ROCKS. given organizations who resided in this section, one of whom waB- JosThe Friends of Irish Freedom Naeph N. Hlggins, who was severely wounded in battle only a few days tional Bureau of Information desires to call the attention of the American before the armistice. public to the following revelation made public by tho Loq Angeles ExAIACKIN OUTING. w mr sate, aminer this month. Theso facts need Mackin Council, Y. M. I., will no commont from us. Anglo - American Unity "The have its annual reunion and outing for its members and friends at League, which sprang into oxlstenco Groto's Park tomorrow afternoon Bome months ago under tho tuition and ovenlng. No admission will be of a youth named Arthur Levey, 'has charged and lunch and refreshments been doing somo more springing of can be secured on the grounds. late, according to interesting light Funeral Directors Tako Orell cars, via Eighteenth shod upon the subject yesterday. It has, In short, sprung a leak. This street. misfortune to tho league, whfoh is Embalmers. now to bo chronicled for the first STATU FAIR RACES. time, brought the resignations of the Telephone 1022 With no nurse less than $1,000, ontlre board of directors. Levey, who OOO E). the racing .programme of three races was Secretary, alouo'dld not resign. each day at tho State Fair this year If he had tho league would have Is tne best ever given at a Kentucky been honest. WM. P. BANNON "Levey says his expenses in going Wednesday and Thursday fair. races CONTRACTING PLASTERER cards aro exceptions, with four Derby about trying to form chapters of the league havo run to about $12,000, each day. Tho Slate. Fair will be run Saturday. Tho $800 and that he has been obliged to BROOK AND BLOOM 'Derby purse has beon augmented by pawn most of his Jewelry, in fact all City 8280 Carafe. S. 1S4 uuu presented uy me iteniucity of the baubles worth while. In the name of the Unity Jockey Club. League one of Its most scholastic members, at the timo of its launchSACRED HEART RETREAT. JOHN B. WATHEN ing here early in the year, proposed Tho Very Rov. Father John, of as one of the things to be done that rURJOTUKM JUKWINO AN Buenos Aires, was a welcome visitor American history should be rePACKWa last week at the Sacred Heart Re- written, particularly tho treat oa the Newburg road. Rev. record of the Revolutionary. CoinM South TiiantyWaOi M. Father John was on his way to his cident with the seeming debacle of 198WmC borne in South America after a trip the league comes another complicaLONG DMtTAJfCW HAULDf abroad, during which he visited tion It seems that Levey introRome aBd attARIed the election of duced himsolf, both by card, literaCO. the ftttverlor Gaaer&l aad the canon-- , ture and the spokew word, as Lord H. W. DUBISKE press tepresentative ization of B. Gabriel, the passlonist Northellffe's here." student. FDTAKOIAL SXRVI01 ' Levey has been fired and says if SHPTBMBHR INTENTION. he ean get money enough to buy a FRANK T. MARION, Mr. ticket to New York he will k4 lucky. The ganeral intention f the SaBLDO. 8 FOUND NKW RKMHOY.. cred Heart League for SaUHibr Ja the "TU)N of th Soil," aemmant-in- g ANCIiqaW OT8T0K. vertigo on whieh Father CsrWtt, S. J., I was tired to Anciently fa wa tha euaiom for aaya: "OathoMaa who 'have-- tk weii' and rkeumotiem. Naturopath Dr. bridas awl grooms to drink a meal belar of no otmntry at heart w)U A. Lome. 84 Batr Market street, drink made of aonay for thirty day need no nrginc to pray for Divine Main J481. helped me wtwdeHui. they war wad, South Blght-ecnt-h aftrterm- - "honayniaon."Hwua aroM . jruldane in toe eolation of oar Lawreae feheok, tae Irnral problem," street. STUBBORN PREMIER. Fire and Liability insurance NOTICE. iAccordlng to a Rome dispatch the Irish College In Rome has boon notified that Archbishop Mannlx, of Australia, will bo Its guest duritfg the prelate's visit to Rome in October. It is expected that Monslgnor John Hagan, rector of the collego, who Is now In Ireland, will come to Rome with tho Archbishop and formally welcome him to the college. Tho Irish Dominicans, Augustinlans and Franciscans have important institutions there, and together with the priests and parishioners of the Irish Church of St. Patrick, are preparing a great 'demonstration of sympathy and welcome for Archbishop Man-niIt is authoritatively said that tho British Government does not desire to prevent Archbishop Mannlx visiting Rome, but on the contrary has used its influence with tho Vatican to hasten his arrival there, hoping that his visit to tho Pope may result in moderating his aggressive sentiments. x. taa St. Xavier's o your boys an tducation that will prapare for 11X College 113 W. Broadway, SoalavUIe, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers. Scientific) Classical, and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Swimming' Fool, well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, DIr. CORNS,BUNIONS tofrnrtaf art A4rl Dr. Hti Stkttlflcify TruM Kim. anti-Briti- sh BaHnKflaB - TtaW Uriah Z. Lltsiy ChirafoJIat 007 EDWIN B. BACON. Edwin Booth Bacon, at ono tlmo a member of the firm of J. Bacon & Sons, of this city, died Sunday morning at tho home of his nleco, Mrs. Perry Heath, 2100 S streot, Washington, after an illness of three months. Death was duo to brain fever. The remains were brought hero, the burial taking place in Cave r" Stark. Bail dim Batk Phmaa COMPLETE " (K"Ii lM ' LINE OP UNION MADE SHOES Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 412-W Hill cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Surviving him are two brothers, John Bacon and Jeremiah Bacon, and ono sister, Mrs. Emily Conway, all of whom accompanied the body to Louisville. ATTEND MILITARY njinnlnln Ttrnntlim CENTRAL CONSUMERS tOUWYIIXE,! Frank' Hartman & Sons SCHOOL. CLEANER Childers Elect. Co. two-tone- Zachary Taylor, and Chaplain Fran cis P. Joyco are attending ine Schnnl near Rockford. 111. These two priests, who have had several years with American troops, will assist tho War Department in establishing a new and broad scheme of education in tho military Father ueaiy cner-lsbestablishment. u handsomo and costly chalice, the cut ot friends no muuo nere in Louisville. nec-rpntf- who Is remembered here as head of the nhnnl.ilna' trnlnlncr nchaol at Canil) Fonlv. HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKMT STREET Reeidence Phone Shawnee 122-- J NATIONAL HATTERS es You Want A Beverage Thi tStimulates and Satisfies. 325 WEST JEFFERSON 8TR1MP. DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVHB Home Phone. Oity 1931 OWEXSBORO. Michael McDormott, seventy-eigh- t, one of the best known citizens ot Owensboro, died after a long illness at his home on Walnut street, laBt Friday. Mr. McDermott wob born In Ireland, and came to this country when a youth. Ho had been, a contractor in Owensboro for many years. Mrs. J. E. Barry, ot Louis ville, a daughter, survives him. clo-ol- y BRINK FEHR'S AMBROSIA Made From Choicest Grain and Hops. JOHN B. O'LEARY ft CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY See ns about anything la reel estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. St. Matthews 57 Croecont 29-- L . ' V,ly V v Robert Barry, ot wasnmgton, anu James Barry, ot Louisville, aro grandsons. DELIGHTFUL MOONLIGHT. SERVED EVERYWHERE Order a Caso Sent Home Today CITY J. W. HESKAMP , BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK Quick Service and Quality ST. MATTHEWS KECO - H.BOSSEsSQN and J3ROADWA General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co, XOW IS THE TUIE TO nAVE Broadway at First. Homo Tel. 3063 TAKE SUNSET RIDE. YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR STIFF HAT REXOVATED Elaborate arrangements have beon Oaa. S. JCrupp S. A. Zrapp made for the sunset excursion up the Avoid tho rush by consulting us now Home Phone, City 7005 given this'Saturday evenOhio to be ing by tho Daughters of Isabella for HAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING ERAPP'S MEAT MARKET OlJIt SPEniALTV the .benefit of tho Visitation Home. Wholesale and Retail of Third The boat will leave foot street at 4 o'clock sharp, and a NATIONAL HAT CLEANING BEZP. POItr, VBAi AXB WORKS really enjoyable river ride can bo All IClads of Smoked Xeate anticipated. ALBERT SMITH, Prop. 20J EAST JEFFERSON STREET City 5101 333 W. Market St. SOME COLLEGE FUND. Subscriptions to the endowment fund of St. Ambrose College. Davenport, Iowa, now exceed $700,000, according to an estimate ot Father Walsh, the Chairman of tho endow ment committee. All tne territory In the Davenport dloceso where tho campaign is being conducted Is not included, and it Is hoped that-- at least $1,000,000 will be raised for the Institution. YOUR- - CIULD'S CARE. The steamor East St. Louis has hutn ohnrlnrnil hv St. Hplfilla's Co- operativo Club to make a moonlight trip up the Ohio on next xuesaay ovening, August 31. Tho club Is verv nnvlmiR tr make this excursion a great success and therefore hopes members anu inenns wm attonu in largo numbers. A number of parties of young people havo arranged to spend that ovenlng with tho St. Helena's Club and enjoy the ride. 467 HOME Central Consumers Co. INCORPORATED Guaranteed - - - KENTUCKY Lonisvlllo, Ky. STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. Mark SalM, Free. j. u. daooei, oee. ana trrtuM. Designs A Estimates Famished LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLSOTING SYSTEM We Make a Speeialty ot Pipe Anglo-Americ- an PIPE WORKS Work for CO. L. GRAUMAN Incorporated SHlm za All JOaaa ot sXft aad SaSte, Iterten, Shew Oasea, oath JUCla- CeaatM, kelvlBf, frte. HO VMS SEAnr KTMM Heme Phone, Mtr rixti, ltd sh 9ar - 14 vaii cIvaci anv thought to the school, college or academy to which you will send your son or daughter when the fall term begins? A good Catholic, education is a firm TTnvn HKATING & VXNTJLATING S44 BAST JBFFHRBON 8T. LOUISVILLB, KYI Phono City 2154 THE Z1RR CO. Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY' BUILDING HHHHMaWinHM HENRY GOSS Home Phone, Shawnee 803 foundation. CEASES TO BE VIRTUE. ROOFLVG, GUTTMWNG, SPOUTING City 8S18 408-7-- 1NTR-80UTHR- N Jive-r-b- ad lit i the coal operators and ever come to an agreement so that the country may at laot from the threat ot a coal famine! we ttroftgir auopeci. mere is eoliueion and that the public to piy. AX "any paying or the t rate, if the operators can not got out the coat, rime one eleo ahould Will Tia Roofs Repaired aad Pateted Asphalt Shingles Res., Shawnee iBeerperated IStS-- L miner es-ea- ne Mil try. WM Bpeeotaiiy BROADWAY Sullivan Transfer Co. GBNKAIf TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS TOR PIOKIOi AMD "HAYJUDB PARTE" been held up for two The consumer under threat ot famine for so ions; that patience has ceased to be a virtue, er three uriees of coal have 11M WX8T MAIN BTftaWT ' &:.. -- 'f i, if Sw r- s lv . r. .?, ,.et - iErriaoKrsr irish OF .ajvoBH&xoAis:. a son SWISS CLEANING Bacon INCORPORATED ow HERMAN STRAUS roimn avenue 4HC0K?3ireo SONS HAitKcr J I stmct 1 We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FBlEE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. We dive mid Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW A'BOUT OUR ! ; HOUSEHOLD CLUB j PLAN? t ft Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed CONFIRMATION ! S A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. SWISS CLEANERS XNCORPOKATSD AND DYERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT ! i The oatrtaHdiae leataree of thla method are Ks" convenience la making pHrchascs wltBoat any considerable ontlaj of cash. The advantage of baying a the Clab Plan daring ear Tarioaa sales AT BflT.-- PRICES. Whatorer la the price of the goods to a cash or a charge easterner that is also the price to a Hoaseheld Clab Plan customer. There Is positively bo advance. There are bo "confidential arrangement." It is coadacted apoa an open basis with a fired chedale of rates. The first payment and the monthly payment! are the same to all. SIWRTV COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS A Problem In Leather And Efficiency s $13.50 - $18.00 White Shirts and Blouses To Go With Confirmation Suits, $1.00 tiltiiiitiianiai $1.25 $1.50; i i ! Suppose there were no street cars And yoa had to hoof it to work each morning and drag yourself back home 4 h444 I THE ART Saving is not a Sciencer-- it is an Art. A Science is something that oan be taught from a book. An Art is something you learn fchreugh practice. There is only one way to master this I !! OF SAVING Art. Begin to SAVE and keep it up. Open a SAVINGS ACCOUNT in this company and deposit regularly. again each afternoon Probably two houra gone from your day, with little "pep" left for that twilight V session with the lawn mower or the hoe How would you value a service that would take you to your work and bring you home again, comfortablyin all kinds of weather, and save more than an hour for your recreation? Measure, please, the service the street cars render in terms of the value of that service to you in convenience, saving of time, saving of shoe leather, and your own efficiency; Would you balk at paying a reasonably increased farcin order that the efficiency, of that service might be maintained? Doesn't the efficiency of that service directly affect your own efficiency? T1JE BIGGEST INTEREST. Now Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery JOHN M. MULLOY (BBsMBfBH 212 WEST MARKET STKEET. HIG GRADE COFFEE 40o to GOe 80c o $1.25 40e 30o to OOo 90e 25e 25e Coffeolb .1 v Tea, lb Coco, lb Baking Powder Extract, portubo.-- . Pie Filling Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK This is your problem. For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building Tho bljjgcst Interest Is tho public Interest Involved Figure it out for yourself. W. S. SPEED, Chairman. Feurth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company in the South. 1 High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. tho interest of tho thousands of men and women, bojs and girls who must nso the street cars every day ns an essential element In their capacity to make a. living. Tho Louisville Times. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK JOHN W. BARR, Jr., W. H. KAYE, SMOKER S CIGARS S f. BREAKS AGAINST ST. X. & Executive Committee. - ..--r.- r. i. f t Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gur tains and Linoleums. tho St. Xavier College team and K. I. at Eclipse Park was pretty near a repettion of the previous Sunday's contest, when the two clubs battled 0 to 0 tie. 'Sun415, 417 and 419 East Market St. to a fifteen-innin- g day's contest for the city's championship went twelve Innings and to the furnished many a thrill 4,000 people present. Young Joey Aulbach, twirling for the college 1 boys, again covered himself with glory in holding tho K. &. I. club to four hits, two of which were of the scratch variety, and this, too, Best. The World's against a club whica was composed of seasoned players and a few with Heaviest Furnace Made. ! league experience. Shortstop Burke c and Left Fielder O'Leary mode Moncrief Auxiliary Gas Furnaces cut gas c several brilliant (plays fox the railbills in half. road boyB, while Buddy Linton was ' c tho fielding star of the St. X. club. Franklin Quick Removable Gas Burners The St. Xavier club lived up to its :S fiirnnrp. CnofnllaX in nnv rnnl of a c XlldMAllVU All U..J ww. t reputation of being composedagainst c weak hitting aggregation any and all pitchers, but slipped a t cog In tholr defense which has been their mainstay all season, two bad Co i f The throws and one fielding mlscuo'ue-In- g Henry responsible for the loss of the ( contest by a 3 to 2 scoro. But let INCORPORATED. tho Twin City c it bo noted hero that : Office and Salesroom C21 West Market Street. champs showed gameness and AXTW niT A TT AVTT5F! City 9384 c spirit, oven after tho tough breaks . .oom ..j. . v iuniu noon had come, ond the big crown appreciated that. AA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA JAMES GREENE that we have come to show you that tho heart of America beats for CoTho game staged Sunday between France, and that wo Knights of of lumbus, as Catholic citizens America, desire by this memorial to commemorato forever the holy bond of union In the cause of freedom sealed by the blood of our hero dead." WILL MAKE GOOD. Hawes & Hannan, whose advertisement appearB this week, Is the style of a new insurance firm organized here to sell firo Insurance policies. It is composed of Robert L. Hawes, for many years State' manager for the Preforred Accident Insurance Company, and John T. Hannan, for many years with Burkloy & Tloriley. Both are experienced insurance men and are certain to give reliable and satisfactory CHICKEN IN PLENTV. ELKS DAY AT PARK. Today the town will be given over to the Jolly Elks and all roads will iSTwrt MftNr.RIFF FURNACE WHY PAY MORE? Foundry and K ' Furnace C C ri - w CONDITION ISIPHOVED. FRED G. JONES & CO. 8AS11, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILIAVORK. Louisville, Ky . Breoka nd A Sts. j, parish The peoplo have porfocted, elaborate plans for e picnic and chicken their supper, to be given next "Wednesday afternoon and evening on tee scnooi grounds, Nowbarg road andSpeed avenue. There will be an abundance of chicken and everything nlco to eat, music and amusements. Th,ose who attend will not soon forget tho prepared for them. Trans- good time JZ.1 naansvf .1nil If . l.ll pnriUUUU Will IJU 1JIUHUKU li NfAntl uuinccu the car line and the picnic groundB, of St. Agnes old-timv lead to Fontaine Ferry Park this afternoon and tonight, where the big reunion and picnic wil bo hold. All are interested, as the proceeds derived will be used to capture the 1922 Elks convention for Louisville, which would be some boost for tho old town. The committee in charge today are: General manager, Fr.ed J. Dolle; supervisor of committee, Kendrlck R. Lewis; parade committee; J. S. Miller, publicity committee; John Noxol; prize committee, Smith T. Bailey; finance and ticket committee, Ben H. Sachs; show committee, Cy Reinhart; wheel and concession committee, Charles N. Koch; fun and clown committee, Dr. John G. Clem; prize coupon distribution committee, Herman V. Cohn; Invitation committeo, Ross E. Gordon; reception committee, Fred "W. Schoppenhorst; utility committeo, David A. Sachs, and illumination committee, II. L. NOTRE DAME SCORES. "THE ate0e AMERICAN CUT-RAT- OHESTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen CcntH, Two - liUOKY-STKIKESWEET CAPORAX $1.7p Per Carton. ' 4eei ATTENTION TOBACCO 1 - MARKET AT SECOND CIGARETTES - Preston nntl Jclferson E INCORPORATED TOBACCO STORES 213 West Jefferson 2 Business BLUE GRASS GARAGE 2?oxr (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY 535-37-39-- 41 Now Open OLD ARMORY" FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CIS. AIL MEN IN CHARGE EXPER1ENKB. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPEtUL ATTENTKW TO THEATER City 8400-rHO?f- fl5 IVXcfcix 1040 iSBBs9BviiBiHBr 'SBsSBKS BBHBSvbv ' rBBCJETBBffffmrSTiSSSRwSrBsBsy 4 LUMBER LUMBER XNCORPOXATSD Many people throughout this city and diocese will rojolce to learn that tho Rev. Father Monaghan,nastor of St. James church at Elizabethtown. Is recovering from a nervous breakdown at St. Joseph s iniirmary, wnere ne iias peen a. patient lor tho past two weeks. It is predicted ho will soon be able to return to his church and pastoral duties, TOUCHING ADDRESS. S Suipremo Knight James A. Fla- nerty, m aecianng me kui ui mo Lafayette statuo at Metz, said: "This noble iJguro ot a 'rencn nobleman - denotes moro xsloquently than I can say tho nature of this gift from the Knights of ColumbuB Oeefc. U St. 418 te eO a. StteUarUft; SrMk Tut a Xvrttk, Co to tho Republic of France In memory dt our common dead, who perLECTURE GUILD. ished so that tho liberty tkat VISIT NEW YORK. for OTHERS THINK IMPOSSIBE WE DO and wonand Washington (ought the iWHAT Wo note with Interest the latest might bo preserved to Midsummer yisltors from Louis- circular from tho Lecture Guild, worm. Hero by this single figure QmrMSt&L AJJTO REPAIRING ALSO EXPERT WELDING AND " noticed in Now York last week which was started about a year ago of ville in bronze, with tho BRAZING DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE W. J. American marble a work of art ware Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson, In nrilfr in fnollttiitft fhfi mcnrpftRlon Tucker Ml Oil eh redolent Mr. and Mrs. W. nnHvn tr Atnnrlra jof Catholic opinion from the lecture of tho wizardry of the great artists and Mr. and Mrs. John Ottor, Mrs.n platform. Its very simple method, McKib-beof France here we see Columbus, Chapman Joyes, Misses M. Hayes, which was to be a bureau of inforTWXNTY-SICOKAND MAPL1 STREETS and McCrory, John E. the patron of the Knights of Coregard to Catholic lecmation Ben Nlgltt Call City IW7-- J Dy Coll Shawm 8878 lumbus in the act of discovering M. J. Gathof. Ulrlc Bell, T. Seldor-ma- n turers In and an agency through C. 'P. Meyers, J. America; we see president wnsoa and B, S. Leslor, all seeing the which they could be engaged, has declaring before the American Conwith gress in 1917 that the. lost provinces slghtB of the town and attending to evidently metlist of encouraging' suc announcements cess. Tho HARYEY-JELL1- C0 of France mwt be restored before bueinees. for the coming season fills a twelve-pag- e eomee to the world; we see laco Pershing at the tomb of Labooklet, arranged according to MAKE CAVE TRIP, Gen. subjects and attractively prlted. It (ZMOOXFOXAYaV) fayette, and we see Marshal Foch on Mrs. Edward F. Frleea, Mrs. forms quite a comprehensive index ; the field of battle propheeytef victory to imbars of our order. In Emm Wolf and daughter, Emma of Catholic thought in America. It Company Witk tke Cwil and Tkt n MP1 and Mrs. A. Plleeter and will V m this statue,, with im at d reused to (he Lecture Guild, 7 FlfUemtU andlMagnelia, Yard at First and . tha Tan IabaMok we. with vttur kind Vftraa Andrew &mt the week-end etrest, New York, Fsjea ana coaewtt, nave iea it. I tnbjk il Xarameth. Osfe and aUo vielted the East TAr4 and N Yerk. mummA by atotinc Great Qmx CfcT. m W ifeairir Ewt& PImma 4 All 1 rU. BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORE . FOR LABOR DAY. Plans for tho greatest celebration of Labor day, Soptombor C, that Louisville ovor has seen have been formulated by tho Central Labor body local unions. A general Labor Day PIcnIo Committee has been and subcommittees have been selected to attend to tho various dotall work. James Ross is Chairman of tho main committee, James Byerly Is Secretary, and Phil Ossman Is Treasurer. The management of Indian Cave at Charlestown, Ind., are preparing to entertain many visitors on Labor day. Those, who visit may bring thoir lunches and picnic on tho shady grounds, where a grand country chicken dinner will be provided for everybody at the Wayside Inn. Reports from Antwerp give the names of two Notro Dame athletes who won international fame at the Olympic games, recently concluded. They are August Desch, United States national champion, in tho 440, low hurdles, and Johnny Murphy, who holds tho national championship in the running high jump with an altitude of G feet 4 Inches. In tho 400 metro hurdles at Antwerp Desch equalled the world's record in :55 flat when he came In behind Frank Loorais In the race where the Chicago timber-toppknocked ovor tho international record. Murphy, who has Just finished his freshman year at the local university, took third place in the high Jump event of the Olympiad. His height, 6 feet 1 Inch, registered in the finals, is mediocre compared to his performances In this country when, to uso the words of the chief coach of Notre Dame, he always was able to Jump 6 feet 3 Inches in his sleep. Murphy will be a ipolnt.wlnner on the 1921 Gold anil Blue track team. er Main X AWnFRSONX Sash LUMBER 1813 Doors ALL T wmmSL w&m BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER One Board or One Million Feet Sixtceiitli and Maple Sts. iE&jMUBIfcY IXJIMC33E3Rt Phone Wct and City 12. CO. 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