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'- IrIh American W 1 phkc: hmk m mm STtry Driver an Kcort LnrinMtt TMtuk Trmfer It ESOO Incorporate t VOLUME XLV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920 PRICE FIVE CENTS. lit for the mass was by Father Porosi, the colored Republicans who were director ot the Slstino choir under not allowed in Fontaine Ferry Park Popo Plus X. Tho singing was Imon the other Republican outing. Not pressive. When Pone Benedict fin- to bo outdono by their white RepubIshed tho administration ot the sa lican brothers, It Is said the colored, young men have organized a crament ho took a chair in front of -" Chesley Club, patterned after the the shrine, and surrounded by his court nnu tno Knights of Columbus, Atroclous nnd Wanton Conduct of Carries FJglit lo Republican Camp Chesley Club of the young white Rea group photograph was taken. publicans, and many predict that and Wins Many Now SupThe Pope was greatly Interested in ... Army of Invasion and there will bo great rivalry botweon BECKHAM OPENSHIS CAMPAIGN tho two clubs from both a political uio motion pictures winch were porters. Constabulary. and social standpoint. So that none taken of the procession and other portions ot the morning's functions. of tho guests will feel slighted the Ho expressed hope that colored committee of arrangements he film mawould soon be completed, so that ho Wildest Disorder have notice on Beckham's Friends Now Only Inter- chine servedevery white the local Prevails in Belfast' might view the scenes. offlco holder that nnd leader from "Howdy Ed" Morand Catholic Housed Aro 'rested In Furthering Ills TRADITION CONFIRMED. row down, to Constable must bo Cause. Burned. present next Wednesday. It Is not According to the evldonco and disstated just how tar the whlto Republicans will have to go In mixing coveries of two famous archaeoloWiM VJHy Dear JFWend with their colored brothers and sisgists of Rome, Profs, Gross! Condi Lord Mayor Our "Reform" Administration Goes ters, but la is supposed that after of Cork Allnn-m-i to and Orazlo Marucchl, thero no longlunching together the colored ChesWW Starve to Death In London er" remains any doubt that the AposBroke and Assessments Will Committee.' ley Club will see to it that their tles Peter and Paul botn came to Bo Doubled. Prison. white brothers will have colored Romo and suffered martyrdom belles to danco with to tho joyous hero. That doubt has been raised times of the "Harding J3rc," the several times In controversies be"Roscoe Simmons Glide" and tho tween various schools of archeolo-gistCARSOXITES ARE AGGRESSORS. SOUSED. 'Grap Shooters' Fox Trot." It will KEYSTONERS GET sura be a gala day for the colored "Tho Apostles Sts. Peter and brothers and sisters and their white Paul," Prof. Marucchl tolls the corRepublican brothers, and It will respondent, "did come to Rome. I make up for tho snub given at Fon Six months ago wherever national The censored news from Ireland havo found traces of their burial in taine Ferry Park a catacomb hewn out of tho rock on gives but a faint picture of the real politics were discussed it was tho Pity tho attitude of near Mayor the Applan Way, behind the ancient situation there and tho atrocities consonsus of opinion that tho Re- Smith on the street car fare raise church ot St. Sebastian. There are being perpetrated by publican party had tho brightest question. Smith had promised the British graves in this underground burying troops and constabulary,thewho now outlook and that the Presidential company that after a four months' placo which of course prove nothing. overrun tno country nnd are nominee of that party was pretty trial he would be ready to announce held But there are also writings on the equally responsible with the Carson-ite- s nearly a certainty for our next Chief his attitudo on the question, and wall, and theso writings all Invoke for tho disorder that prevails. Executive. This was accounted for when tho company applies for an tho aid ot Poter and Paul, described Trouble began In Belfast early in the in 'different ways, but.tho main rea- answer tho near Mayor sits dumb as as lying here." wcok and has been continuous, "It sons were that tho Republican party an oyster. Tho reason is that tho Tho little church of ISt. Sebastian, being reported that the houses of would launch a bitter attack on tho administration bosses caro nothing near where tho rock is, has Its own many Catholics wero sacked and Democratic administration's conduct whatovor about .tho merits of the history in tho annuls of tho early burned, some being shot while makof the war, and the high cost of liv- street car faro question, but are Christians. And tradition, always had ing their escape from tho burning ing would be another chargo that viewing it as a political question It that tho bodies of tho two apos- buildings. the Republican campaign speakers and how a decision would affect the tles were taken somewhere near It Tho Associated Press cables from could fling at tho Democrats. But machine. How for greater safety during tho pagan Dublin that tho Cameron Highhero it Is, less than sixty days from different It was when the Home persecutions of Christians In tho lander troops tho First Scottish election day, and instead of tho Telephone Company wanted to raise third century after Christ. When Rifles wont on board special trains Democrats being on the defense we rates. Tho near Mayor, the City Christianity becamo the, religion of thero Tuesday morning, and it was Gov. Cox Attorney and all took a hand in tryfind just the opposite. Roman Emperors tho bodies were believed thoy wero being sent to "T' has carried the fight right to the ing to explain why the Home Phone With a background that will not appeal to many Democrats. removed, according to tradition, Belfast. Republican leaders' door, and wo Company should bo allowed to from their humble hiding places to gouge the public. At Belfast on Tuesday nlno perfind Chairman Hays, Treasurer The Kentucky tho spots where tho magnificent sons wero reported dead as a result and all of the big and little Irish American was tho only paper Cathedrals of St. Poter and St. Paul of Monday's clashes In that city, anRepublicans skurrylng back and In Louisville, dally or weekly, that now stand, a wonder of tho world, other man being killed Monday forth trying to cover up tho trail of fought or even mentioned the prothe mecca of millions of pilgrims for night and two of thoso wounded In the enormous slush fund that was posed gouge. Incidentally Councilover 1,000 years. the day's disorders dying. Revised to bo used for campaign purposes. man Nick Donunzlo, who attended But tradition is one thing; cer- reports as to casualties show that Tho old saying that all tho world the meeting of tho lAlHed Public tainty another; and only lately have Blnce tho rioting began last Wednesloves a fighter applies In this case, Service League the other night to these two learned professors- discov- day twenty have been killed. Knots and Gov. Cox's manly and aggres- denounco the proposed car fare ered that the burial place for a time of soldiors held strategic points in sive tactics have won him countless raise, voted to give tho Homo Teleof manner and speech greatly Im- of the two apostles was not the little the affected areas during the night, supporters. If nothing else, he has phone Company its increase, and ing those who tried to persuade him pressed tho Knights of Columbus Church ot St. Sebastian, built over and it was stated Tuesday morning exposed the shallow National Chair during tho reading of tho ordinance to .change his mind, declared: "It Is who camo from tho United States to tho ruins of an ancient Inn, much that troops occupy virtually all tho man, Hays, who came near securing Councilman Nick, who claims to bo useless to compare my cose with that of present to Franco tho statuo of La- visited by Christian pilgrims, but a polico barracks In tho city. Ominous tho Republican nomination himself fighting tho battles of tho people, of others. I feel that as Lord Mayor Cork and chief magistrate, " my fayette which now stands at Metz. deep rock nearby. And theso graph- signs of further troublo ushered In vnn sound asleep. by a betrayal of Lowden. Thoy quickly recognized in this sim- ites, as tho wall Inscriptions are the new day In n Hore in Kentucky Gov. Cox's It Is now up to Chief of Polico case Is different. If I glvo way now Belfast. I shall plicity tho mark ot genius. Ho found called, aro written proof that hero Tho only actual outbreak reported chances to carry the State aro grow Potty to warn his Keystone police liberty. give away tho cause ot Irish I would rather dlo than do More Than- Granted something cordial yot Invariably and not elsewhere tho bodies wero early this forenoon was tho stoning lng daily, and this, despite the against tho wicked mule whisky they ' natural to say to each tit tho 250 hidden for a while for fear the of employes of Mackio's Foundry in bungling efforts of Senator Beck seem to bo going against now. Last that." Audlonco by. tho Holy delegates who lined up outsido the pagans should desecrate them. Theso the notorious Kashmir Road disSunday after trying playfully to club ham's friends, of tho campaign BEQUESTS TO CHARITY, Metz railway station to receive him. writings on the wall have pagan trict, but groups ot men collected at mm?. who arc trying to advance a few newsboys Patrolman Cook, ?t Never before, did any distinguished origin too and aro the rollc of ap- many corners along Falls Road, ids interests, no matter whom else with tho assistance of a friendly tel tfi By the death, of Mrs. Koto Norton Frenchman shake hands with so peals pagans made In tho temples King street and Royal avenue, givIt helps or hurts. And right hero ephone pole, held forth, at Sixth and j many men in so few momenta as did or their gods for help and Interces- - ing unmistakable Indications, that &- - .A4ltxV. a" JOf Th6seam'6ng nif8"Monr- cess in Kentucky. Just as tho Ken "white mule whisky," ho essayed to nomo on Magnolia street, the iSacrod Received with Court Honors and Foch tlit day. trouble might come. Never in the "Theso graves," said tho nrofossor. history ot Bolfast was thero such delegates who had folt the Rooso tucky Irish American warned the play the role of the devil and tried Heart church lost another of its old Given tfordlnl Greeting by volt handclasp remarked that the "prove that tho apostolic tradition ot disorder as prevailed Monday. Mobs leaders and organizers last spring, to persuade tho hundreds of men and faithful members and tho com French Marshal had very much tho the Applan Way was a truo ono: I fought with wild fury In different thore are thousands of Democrats in and women passing that corner that munity a woman whoso exemplary Benedict XV. same grin on his faco as the late .hope to find proof that tho apostles sections every part of tho State who are bit- they must not go to church, and that mo ami cnaractor won ror her the wompn ot tho town, President of tho United States, if not sojourned while alive in tho hostel, mingling with tho men In the melees terly opposed to Beckham nnd any he was very much opposed to their friendship and respect of tho entire attempt to coerce or Intimidate these going. Some of the passers-b- y 're- community. She was the widow of tho same grip. When the assembled or noici, as wo snouiu can it now, that developed whorover the opposvoters spells danger to Gov. Cox and sented bis romarks and reported to Patrick Doyle, and no relatives sur Pontiff Points to American Republic throng cheered Franco tho Marshal over which tho ancient Church of ing factions met. Unionist women a vive her. Hor funeral was held headquarters) bared his head and with upraised . St. Sebastian was built. For why charged on a number of Nationalist that tho other Democratic nominees. Keystone arm shouted "Long live lAmerlcal" should tho early Christians build a girls In Cork street, while the Nannd Respect For Law nnd Democrats drunken cop. In uniform was on a Tuesday morning, Rev. Fathor Irish and are firm in their resolutions to vote rampage. In the next reel, as they Walsh celebrating the requiem high At the foot of the freshly unveiled church in that spot except bocauso tionalists made an attack on UnionConstitution ngalnst Beckham; voters who op- say in the movies, and reel Is ap- mass at Sacred Heart church. Rev. Lafayette statuo on tho Metz Es- - 80n, htoli' 'rollc was to be found ists in the Falls Road district. The pose fanatical prohibition as ad propriate, as our hero was reeling Patrick Walsh was named as excity was placed under tho curfew planade after he had received the" thoro. Just as the Church J St. vanced by Haly and Beckham will by this time, we find him at Sev- ecutor of the will, which provided baton from Supremo Knight, donzlana. in this city, is built on the ordinance at night and thero were of tho Roman rumors that martial law would be House of vote against Beckham, and Demo enth and Market, but the "white that after the payment of' bequests James A. Flaherty the great nilll- crats who have grown sick and tired mule" has developed a kick ltko of $1,000 to Fathor Walsh and SUPREME KNIGHT'S ADDRESS. tary leader proudly held the gift up PudenB because Peter the Apostle declared, but nothing dotlnite was 10 duo In the Maud and tho drunken policoman $1,000 jointly to his three sisters ucmilllul done by the authorities. ir fVio vlnw nf tilt, .villTt tlirln Tlintl- - luu VUUit?. of the gutter, and $500 to .Anita Holmes, a friend. tho party will not vote for Beckham. At Is picked from Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor sands of eyes were turned on him thought for all Christians, no matter belong, that ot Cork, confined in a London church every little gathering now, political where ho decided to tako a little Lthe remainder of the estato Is to be as he stood at tho base of the pedes- to what apostles thoy dlo did Knights of Columbus, with tho tal surrounded by tho elite ot the two and wero prison, was still alive Tuesday morn or otherwise, some of Bockham's nap. Col. Petty might havo Prof. Bhared by St. Joseph's, St. Thomas friends are planted to talk especially Ragsdalo lecturo at the next meet- and St. Vincent Orphan Asylums. addition ot somo American residents Franco's Generals, Government of- buried in Rome, the city from which ing, but his sister, Mary, who visited in favor of him and no one else. ing of the school on the dangers of The estate is in personalty valued at In Rome, formed the group of more ficials and church dignitaries. Over Christianity in tho Western world, him, said ho was growing weaker And it puts an end to tho como at any It's n pity tlicso samo closo advisers white mule, as our comedy polico $10,000. than 300 Americans received by his head floated countless flags in sprang. ot scoffers, who laugh at and that "the end may spent a restdoubts MacSwiney of Rcckhnm didn't realize his weak- can't stand tho pace. This past week Pope" Benedict in the hall of tho tho form of a hugo fan. Fbch put tradition and say that the (Vets of moment" AVATSON JAUOED. ness six months ago and persuade in tho East End neighbors saw ful night, and his sister remained on his nose glasses and read from 'a work of Consistory on Saturday, tho Apostles Is brother Keystoners helping a victim trim to stay out of tho race. tho manuscript a speech . as it it HIIIMI'llllll,i..f H fdtil morely IIIIll lllll. mi- ,- near Brixton prison, whero ho is .. lMHnifn 1111 confined, throughout the night, llllHi; Hill One Thomas E. Watson, accordEvery now nnd then tho Kentucky of whlto mule to get homo from The Swiss Guards stationed at the hnnX" todies were only taken hero for a thinking she might be called for. Irish American publishes little ex- roll call. By tho way, that wasDe-a ing to a dispatch from Buford, Ga., bronze door ot the Vatican rendered ZT, aBJS?" safety. And An official who saw MacSwiney good Jokd tho Keystone Police spent a night in jail, being charged military honors' when the Knights 5nPhlP kissed bupremo Knight """rt "mo for greater T , tracts from the ,,,,, .,M book entitled Facts, which was partment played In sending a polico- with public indecency. early Tuesday described his condiThomas has entered. They were conducted up to others, to shed moro light on the tion as being like that of a "man. on ?Urri?n formerly circulated among the vot- man to Investigate the $6,000 dia- written a Btatoment in which ho said the royal staircase to Clementine E. history of the early Christians." mond robbery. A policeman was that "since his nervous collapse two Hall, which also was lined with ers, but since tho reform administraa preclplco," adding that "the slighttion went to pieces why "Facts" has sent that had been on Uio force just years ago, he had, on advice of his Swiss guards. Tho party was next cheeks. tho climax came est breezo might blow him over at atthe notaSHAMELESS. ceased to circulate. In tho issue of Uirco days. This lies between As- physician, taken small amounts of conducted into the hall of tho Con- bleBut any tlmo." banquet given to tho Americans Facts we have beforo us wo were sistant Chief Jimmy Carroll nnd stimulants after extraordinary exer- sistory. Thero they were received by Mrs. MacSwiney spent Tuesday Qii. tho municipality ot Metz wnen "niriM r Pnnnnrw" night at told the following In speaking of Captain Jimmy Cunningham. tion." Is It possible that this is the by tho Popo, who entered tho hall Marshal pushed aside a box of lncldent tne alleged "leased wlro" Thoro wns her husband's bedside. irreproachable, the sacrosanct, the dressed entirely In whlto, suroundod the, near Mayor Smith's administration: llttlo change except that APPEALS TO PRESIDENT. uuhu his trustyuuold i.ui.vu cables have been rather Industrious the prisoner hod developed sympreally, truly holler than thou by his civil and ecclesiastical court, cnoicu pocket uiBuio "Within two montlis nftcr they pipe , olrculating reports of tho attitude toms of neuritis in the arms. from a entered office tho tax levy was reThomas Watson of magazine fame? and preceded by members of the sticking to the briar for the re- or .VatIcan," In regard In conversation with Washington It must be, for the dispatch says Noble Guard; of Ul6 p duced from $1.87 to.JJl.83. ApproxSoveral of tho hunger striking The Knights all tho evonlng. Women imately two hundred unnecessary newspaper men Wednesday ovoning, that ho was "onco Populist candi knelt while the Popo took his iplace malnder offashions in gowns and in t0 Archbishop Mannix and his desire prisoners in the Cork jail are detho latest tholtn V,R,, ,.,. naMvft ian(i 0n0. dated clared to bo at the point of death. offices wcro abolished. Pay of hard- Frank P. Walsh, whq waB Chairman date for President and la now candi on the throne. Then Supreme men looked working employes (moaning Key- of President Wilson's Industrial date for the Democratic nomination Knight Flaherty delivered an ad- on, all wearing dinner suits It was I(lon stated that Popo Benedict The official roturns of tho casualamazed at tho spectacle. XV. had telegraphed to Archbishop stone police) needing it most was Commission, and later Chairman of tor United States Senator from dress expressing tho devotion and rioting handled In tho BelRev. James M. Kerwin, Mannix advising him not to attempt ties from increased. Every offlco in tho City the United States War Labor Board, Georgia." Thomas was released un- loyalty ot hl3 organization to tho then that tho Texas, stopped up to fast hospitals since Saturday mornGalveston, of to visit Ireland. This was said to bo ing gives tho number of dead as Hall nnd Court House was given a who made an appeal to President der $500 ball and, no doubt, will church and to tho Pontiff. him houscclcaning and inefficiency, red Wilson and Secretary Colby to re- continue his campaign for the "Wo Knights ot Columbus," said tho Marshal's chair to tell and that a Contral News dispatch from Romo. sevonteon and tho nurabor ot serithat The Pope was "reported" to have ously Injured as 169. This latter pipes tnpo and unscrupulous conduct of quest the release of Mayor Georgia Is not so degener- the Supreme Knight, "represent America has betterby going to the ono quoted Secretary Colby as ate as to elect such a misfit. departments disappeared liko dirt nearly 1,000,000 American members he could got for a visit. The Mar- addressed tho Cardinals, telling does not lncludo a very largo numhaving made this statement to him: "tho Roman Catholic ber ot cases of persons suffering beforo n busy broom." who do not hesitate to claim that United States heartily to the sug- - them that does not' desire 'political from minor Injuries who wero not "You will recognize the great difORFIIAN ASYLUM. Isn't that rich? Taxpayers were the church has tho secret of peaco shal resDonded nave tO Church WOUIU Tn dm vorv enmn T.nn they told about bow under the splendid ficulty of doing anything, but neverfor the turmoil and unrest with irontlrvn. but Said he permission. ' don cal)lo ,t waa saJd that tno Arch-Th- o detained tn tho hospitals after management of Tobe, Ches, Matt, theless I will endeavor to do someThe old Clark homestead at Free-por- t, which the world is seething. If men obtain the Government's had received first aid treatment. day following tho farewell bishop denied that he had received 111., which was erected there would only listen to the church, tho Paul and all of the other "reform" thing, and do it quickly." The scenes of destruction witnessNo intimation came from the Beventy years ago, and which Is one storm which is beating against tho banquet Marshal Foch went to the any communication from tho Pope ed in the Shanklll road district apleaders we would soon havo hardly accompanied adviaing him not to attompt going palled y White House or the State Departbattlefields Vei'dun pay. Now tho any taxes to About " a ot tho landmarks of the city, and bulwarks of society would spend Itthe spectators. only by Capt. L'Hopltal, his aide, to Ireland. This, of course, Is tho score ot buildings, principally saquote ment as to what action would be thirty acres composing tho estate, self in harmless fury. will Irish American from facts of today, not tho Facts of taken on Walsh's appeal. "During the war," he continued, and prayed silently and long over, truth, the other a llo. Later alleged loons, groceries nnd public houses, has been purchased by Bishop P. J. o cables from Kome state mat tne were set afire. Tho last report was that tho Muldoon, of the diocese ot Rock-for- "thd Knights of Columbus showed the grave or nia soiuier boh. the Republican machine. Hero are by tho allow photograph refused According to tho Associated Press the facts today: Our tax rato Is Mayor of Cork was barely alive and The placo will be utilized as that loyalty to Catholic ideals is not bluntly anDroach totho cemetery. Be Archbishop has been told "moder"Consistory" In Rome to be VLOSTtho Ugliest in tho history of only death wa$ looked for. . a home for orphan children ot the Incompatible with dovotion to coun- urn to Is understood that King George returning to Normandy, where ate" In his utterances ahout the it try. Their spirit of sacrifice and foro the city of Louisville, and in addiwas in direct communication with Catholic faith. no Promler Lloyd Georgo at Lucerne on on leave of absence, tho freedom of Ireland. This Is, YOUR TARENTAIj DUTY. tion to tlte enormous tax rato City their generosity won universal ap- he Is now birthAssessor Bristow announced Tuesproval and gave an example of pa- Marshal visited Domremy, the In tho doubt, another lie. No Consistory tho subject of the Lord Mayor of VOCATIONAL EDUCATION was hold. day that assessments this year .will Next week our Catholic schools Cork, who Is dying in Brixton triotism that nobody could gainsay. place ot Joan of Archoand took holy humble church thero bo raised to 100 per cent., which will reopen for .the fall term. In prison", London. Vocational education should be Ho ended his speech by- - asking the communion, again alono but for his means that many taxpayers will pay most instances Louisville Catholics substantially universal, but It should apostolic blessing K. OF Or ELECTION. Tho results of tho Intervention of doable their present taxes and tho well appreciate, their duty of pa- bo so introduced as not to doprlve The Pope replied, expressing his aide. It was his wish that neither tho King aro not known, although It cemetery nor that to record of 91.08. Poor old George tronizing' their own institutions ot the children of tho working classes satisfaction at receiving the repre- tho visit ttf tho At tho annual election of Louis- Is stated that thero was little chanco Welsslngerl Elected on a platform learning. To those who are so nobly ot other general education, nor sentatives of the Knights of Colum- Domremy should become known, and ville Council, K, of 0., Wednesday ot tho King using his prerogative ot village gossip evening, J. Raymond Barrett was clqraency, while Lloyd George reof "economy nnd lower taxes," as doing tholr duty we have nothing to should it weaken the parochial and bus. He recalled many praiseworthy It is only duo to tho his street car cards and posters used say, but to those who are Indifferent private schools. It should be ex- actions ot the organisation's mem- that tho Knights of Columbus chosen as Grand Knight, and he was mains firm In his determination not to tell us, ho Is now at the head of to their obligation, who aro Inclined tended to all qualified private bers. The Knights of Columbus learned ot those incidents. " given an ovation when the result of to interfere. an administration that admits bank- to think the fashionable boarding schools. Child labor should bo pro- have a wide field In the great The shrine among the trees of the tho ballot wah 'announced. It was Redmond H,ownrd, who has sevruptcy. Chairman Burlingame an- school is tho thing, we wish to call hibited. American republic which boasts lib- Vatican Garden, where stands the really busy "B" night, as tho first eral times communicated with the nounces this week that the adminis- attention to the voice of pastors and erty and reciprocal respect as the beautiful statuo ot the Madonna three offices went to men of that King in behalf ot the Lord Mayor, tration will ndt be able to pay the others who have the spiritual welbasis ot its Constitution," he urged. Delia Guardla, the patron of Genoa, Initial, Barrett. Butler and Burke. telegraphed the Queen at Balmoral, BOWLING GREEN. police pensions, depriving the city's fare ot .children at heart. It has Tho .Pontiff Hrted the. Knights to birthplace of Pope Benedict IV. and Tho result of tho election was as fol- assorting that ono of the Mayor Monday lows; Grand Kplght. J. Raymond faithful servants and widows beetf well aid. that Catholic pareats 'huiga" was affected and Martla Joyce died at his resi- adopt a respectful attitude toward Christopher Columbus, wasmass and Barrett; mmI orphans of tlioir much needed should not be wiser than tho church. dence, 111 Eighth street, Bowling the Epleoopacy, which he said had the scene ot an outdoor Deputy Grand Knight, begging her Intervention. Monthly stipend.' Just as we pre- Education that cultivates the soul Green, Monday morning. He was always ahown sympathy toward any communion celebrated by the Pontiff Ge6, Pr Butlorf Chancellor, Thomas dicted after two months of the near and enriches earthly purposes, that bom July. 17, 18g,la Virginia. He great enterprise. He also requested tn iHb GRtlre body of American' A, Burko; Recorder, Edw. Ethor-IdgCATHOLIC CHARTTIES. God's ererlaatin proMayor's reign, "reform" cornea high, follows the lines-Knights of Columbus now visiting leave one brother, Michael Juyce, them not to Identify their Financial Secretary, S, R. only education that Is Louisville, and two sisters, Almost with the break of Hardmanr Treasurer. V. It. Eckor; but. we had to have it. Before design, Is the Mrs. gramme "with any other having a Rome. Tho ftlxth biennial meeting of tho Smith's term Is out it would not be Worth while. It does not stop at John Furlong, Covington, and Mrs. political character." day the Knights and their ladles Warden, Paul .A. Ott; Inside Guard, National Conference of Catholic City Hall clock earth, but aapiree to everlasting Margaret surprising to see the ot Bowling McGulre, "Since good tends to diffuse Itself, drove up the road on the west side Joseph P. Honnossy; Outsido Guard, Charities will ba held at tho Cathoga.tee. of John Roilly. carry the good ship Tabernacle. In a word, the Catho- Gteen, put in soak to it is not surprlewg that the Knights tot t. Peter's to the iron When tho nomination lic University' ot lAmerica, "Washing-IoDellic school is the only school for the "Reform" om Its expensive way. of Colnnbue should think ot spread the Vatican Gardens. The men were ot Financial Secretary was anD. 0., September 12 to woinjr tbefr ephar ; oX action otttaide attired in evening dress and the Well, the colored Republican Catholic child. "NOON." nounced so many flowery tributes egates from tho St. Vincent da Paul brother comes into flU own next The time we call "noon" is prop- the ooaflnes of their own beloved men in black dreseea and wearing and verbal bouquets were handed Society and other Catholic charity , Wednesday when the g. R, Hardman, the present popular organizations from of the vKtmcma sbwtjmib-kterly "none." After the clock baa eountry and extending H to Italy," veils. At 7 o'clock there wa a machine will five an excurof the eanone of St.Peter.'s and efficient Incuiakeat, that pros coantry will attead, and there will truck twelve there are no hoar to be added. "Be wweome, Knlhte, be-i-n tkU affair Lord Jfaror Terence Xacflwlney, eoaat watfl one and the time be- in the Holy city." sion to Bosar Qt in colored siuc fowne aaa tne rapai pective opaoeltlon, was frightened be a apacial jproframme far tha SlaMarshal Foch'e oxtreme simplicity choir in white eaaaocke. The nutate awty fires to appaaee the wrath ol of Doric, wno to in Brixton, answer tween to "Bono,'- ters' conference. GOV. COX IRELAND I"";;- -. - J i I s. t. i I Up-ha- m . i m K. Of C. riot-tor- com-mitt- oe "-- 6ihg'Uwt8WK-toJ)emopratic.BH- C- KeBtucltf-lUod.Jo-4ba-J3rlrnt- liJ , Irish-Americ- an , Haly-Beckha- m I W 4 -- . nXLJ m - V 1111 I ", BS .,,,., i.? -a -- j Sen-atorsh- Mac-Swlne- y, - Ken-tack- d. pt Mac-Swine- ( o; ot n, 1. pro-eenai- all-part- s -- c .:.'. JS'rJ. . '.,U up; fr- - fiO&IC'rXJOXsErsr COMING EVENTS. f&XJLm&L AJMLJ0-3sJ.- . September St. Vincent de Paul church, picnic, on school grounds, Shelby and Oak streets PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. October o! Ifkh Amerkaa sWtl le tt Social sad Motal Advancement Hibernians. Yonng aai Calfaeita parish ladles In Social by CathedralCathedral Hall, alMen's Indorsed by Ancient Order of Officially I tcrnoon and evening. of America. Institute and Catholic Knights Sentember 8 Autumn festival chicken dinner of St. Edward's , Publishers and re KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., IncotyorMti. c mi II. m ouuei uiuivi iina"oiDTinMDDlCP. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINQLECOPYSc , Point. . 2 Lawn fete on October Bnttfed at tli Unlavllle Poitotllct ai Second.ClaA MtUr. grounds of ChUrch of Our Lady, and Rudd avenue. AMERICAN, IRISH KENTUCKY Wt litarty Strut Thirty-fift- h to C G- -7 1 KENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. 8p8988B8B888e888&8B8B98888B8 w All "o PONZI IS RIGHT jK 11-1- I . AMnu Cowwifllcations the 319-32- 1 ' I ickickickAAAAikK CtCOUNcjl i SQGiETY. .aiiittiai Miss Edith McDerniott has from Colorado Springe, Col. LOUISVILLE, KY .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920 ( ' Keano has returned from opposesiU" His bigotry Is equal to a James P. wook-vjslt t0 Corydon, Ind. hla Ignorance In claiming tuat the ms9 Frances Manii is visiting in All hail to the British navy. Al- - Knights of Columbus are responsl- - Danville, the guest of Irs. E. H. though whipped to a frazzle at the blo tor the rosoiUM0n needless to Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Deiss, of Port They who win the big money are those who INVEST for PROFIT. They secure holdings in new conbattle of Jutland by the German Rflv th. snioid wnP anri peace at "tt,B navy of smaller size, and skuiKing record would justify them dn doing ""& a T",tIng cerns while they are young, benefit by their growth and development and share in the earnings. ...... .. , in. English harbors for fear uf the bo. in irutn me memuers oi uiu Mrs Lorane Smith is visiting her submarines, it now redeems itself at The capture of acy havo adopted tho resolution, Washington. one fell stroke. PROFIT-MAKIN- G Miss Katherine McDerniott is Archbishop Mannlx by a British pointing out that tho organization' ot JAdeIaItle Bound' responsible for the move to fleet with all flags flying is a notaSuch an opportunity is offered YOU TODAY. Many others have already invested in the Kentucky victory, and no doubt John Bull honor Benson and that that actllfaj M,gg A,m'a Kea'nCy left for Wash-wa- s ble Tire & Rubber Association. They will greatly benefit from their vision and foresight. They are interested, will glorify that event in his school prompted by tho fact that hells nBton Sunday to be the guest of in the success of this mutually organization and each is an active booster for the common histories. a distinguished son of Georgia. SeNo- - Miss Mildred Fiho. ator Ragsdale In explaining his "ot- V- Mr. and Mra John J. Morltz have fare of all stockholders. SOME DUPES LEFT. rela-hasaid: "A lot of those fellows who returned from a week's visit to J been fighting Catholics so hard prejudice riots in The religious her had Toledo this past week caused by tho are tho very men who turned their BUest for,tho past weok Mlsg Mary appearance of one of tho old guard backs upon their Government dur- - Crowley, of Lexington, Miss Gladys Barr had Miss Lillian King, proves rag the war. It we had followed' ot fakirs, This is a Louisville enterprise. It faces a wonderful success. Never was a concern launched at a more Reagan, ot Pewee Valley, as her that all of of the suckers and dupes their leadership, Germany would S over the week-en- d opportune time or with so many advantages and conditions in its favor. It is managed by thoroughly are not dead or reformed yet. There have us by the neck." The Macon 01111- ,,, Misses and experienced and highly successful business men who have grown up in the rubber business. The factory scores gan and M,M 'Mary j Catherine are still some ready to believe that Telegraph. in an nov jTO re is plotting Olive for his bigotry and doclares , turned from "West Baden, Ind. location is ideal. Shipping facilities are unexcelled; labor conditions are most favorable, and it is at the gatetho Catholic church M. J. McDerniott, the wgH known treason against the country and that that he "deserves a sound licking" way to the great Southern markets. will leave for Cinthe Popo will ordor a massacre ot in his campaign for Congress. cinnati tomorrow on a "week's visit. overnight. It was all Misses Durrett Oglesby and Freda REASON TO REFUSE. bolievod that the war would entirely havo returned Miller, Prestonla, wipe out the fanatics, but of course visit in Cincinnati. hunger strikers re- from a week-en- d The Sinn Fein Mlsa Sue Connaughton, who Is there arc somo like King and tho fuse to be classed as criminals or to Nowhere have so many large fortunes been so quickly realized as in the rubber business. Dividends in spending her vacation touring Michia livMenace publishers who make associate with criminals. They are gan, was in Detroit for the weekthe rubber industry of from 00. to 200 per cent, are commonplace as published records show. With the ing by refusing to believe any other prisoners of war and political pris- end. demands for Cord Tires far in excess of possible supply, and with prices and profits more satisfactory than way. During the war many who oners. Mrs. T. J. Horan and daughter, When they are placed in, Bincerely believed that Catholics company with English criminals and Miss Hazol Horan, left Saturday for ever before, all indications are that even greater fortunes will be realized in the rubber business during the Buffalo, N. Y., whore they will visit were an enemy to the country were in English prison garb they next few years. refuse friends. convinced to tho contrary. Among to Is a principle for which eat It Mr. and Mrs. Heskamp, Bards-tow- n those weie young men who came they aro willing to die and let road, have been entertaining from obscure and bigoted sections, England take the consequences. as their guest Mrs. Lillle Riley, of St. Louis. and they were thrown into contact Now is the time for YOU to INVEST in rubber to secure your share of the BIG PROFITS. TODAY Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mazzonl, with Catholics for tho first timo. GEARY STAYS. who havo been touring Europe for is the time to buy stock in the Kentucky Tire & Rubber Association so your wealth may grow with it. The They saw Catholics In all branches l T .Ion Tin loon rt efrts a nrdornrl l,he l ast five months, aro expected of our service fighting and dying for time to invest in a new enterprise is at the beginning so as to reap the largest benefits. Mail the coupon for Col. John T. Geary, Coast Artillery i1 flag along with their our as her Miss Louts Hochadel information of great value. Corps, who has been quartermaster guest tho past week had brothers-In-armand the veil of Miss Irma away. at Camp Zachary Taylor, will be in Sermercine, ot St. Mary of tho religious prejudice was swept command at the reservation after Woods, near Terre Haute. tho removal of tho First Division. CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. Mises Katherino and Mary Rus Lieut. Col. Clenad McLaughlin will have returned is The Kentucky Tire & Rubber Ass'n i; be second In command if he is trans- sell, New lAlbany, Tho now school year begins next ferred from the Inspector General's fiom a two weeks' visit with Mrs. J. t O. Devaney, Columbus, Ohio. ' week, and parents should open their department ns expected. Gentlemen: Mrs. Charles F. Taylor has reeyes and look beyond the doors where she turned from Chicago, OLD LABOR DAY. through which their children enter . I would like to Have you submit me details of an invest- spent a month with her son, Charles . ( .... upon life's work and its outsome. During the Middle Ages the day F. Taylor, Jr., and Mrs. Taylor. mem in yuui ussumauuii. ft Mrs. Mamie Griffith Miller has They should heed the words ot the closest to our Labor day was tho Right Rev. Thomas J. Shahan, rec- feast of Corpus Chrlsti. On Corpus returned from St. Louis, where she Calla? Name tor of the Catholic University, who UnrlstI the workmen of the cities visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert han and Miss Patricia Callahan.) marched in procession beneath the points put that by Us definite and ( t Mrs. John Donahue and daughter, . t banners clear teaching concerning the divine pageants of their guilds and gayo Miss Margaret Donahue, of St. Address in Jionor of Clirlst '.( the source of all authority, the Catholic Holy Eucharist. Tho banners in the Louis, havo returned to their home of t 502-3- 4 school lays In every youthful heart King, of which St. Thomas Acqulnas, after a visit to Miss Mary Harcq. t t Mrs. Margaret A. Driscoll and $ City .1 State a firm foundation of intelligent and sings, that went before Christ in t Mrs. Wm. P. Honacssy aro spending Willing respect for law and adminis procession ot uorpus unristl were tho week at Fern Creek as the most of them insignia ot tration. It exhibits the social ordor lanor unions ot tho time. Yet the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mc- bur that as God's own work and domain, and Labor day and their Corpus Chrfsjl, ICenna. Miss Alice Hennessy, daughter ot man as his responsible agent, gov- are not the snme. Our Labor day 1b Hennessy, is erning for the common welfare and a holiday;In theirs was a holy day. Mr. and Mrs. JohnanH.operation for Brothers a' common faith, the recovering from by the authority of tho Creator ot gulldsmen marched together to pay appendicitis at Sts. Mary and Elizamankind. Our Catholic schools up- honor to Him through whom they beth Hospital, THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OP NAZARETH brpthers. They Mrs. Harry T. Fischer and daughhold in every quarter of the United had all become ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF chose Corpus Christ! the feast of ter Birdie left Sunday evening for States tho traditions of American the holy communion, for the holy Tulsa, Okla., to join Mr. Fischer, political and social life. The origi communion was the sign ot their and whore they will mako their nal American type and concept of brotherhood. And Christ walked home in tho future. popular government aro today seri- with them In their procosslons.-vell- The- Sarto Literary Club, New Al 851 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. bany, had as honor guests at Its last ously challenged by many hostile eu beneath the host. Our Labor day te the holiday of meeting Mrs. Michael Dunn, ot Jackagents, and tho concern of our Gov ompjoyes. Corpus Chrlsti was cele4b9 and Eor further information call at Presentation Academy. ernment is amply justified by the brated by gulldsmen. Employes are sonville, of Fla., N. Y. Mrs." Irvine Knupp, Utlca, facts of communistic and anarchistic propertyles8; the gulldsmen owned Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dunn and the tools propaganda. Our Catholic teachers Employes with which they worked. son, Lee Dunn, who have been visitwork for others; the ing tho Misses Kolly, West Spring SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION and school texts do not need watch- gulldsmen worked for themselves. corrupt Employes aro under the direction Btroet, New Albany, have left for ing lost they be found to their home at Jacksonville, Fla. the upcoming youth of our cities and land control of others; tho gulldlsroen AND BAKERY CONFECTIONERY J. O'Sulllvan and Lewis Elgel- were under their own direction and towns. Every Catholic school Is' an bach, South Louisville, havo returncontrol. Employes work chiefly for ed from a ally ot the American Government as tho advantage of those who employ visit to Wash1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET, .handed down by the fathers, and a them; the gulldsmen were their own ington. Buffalo, Philadelphia, CanUNDER THE AUSPICES OP KENTUCKY ada, Cleveland and Now York City. Phone City 0574 .source ot sane American patriotism, masters and worked for their own. Mrs. Charles Hlnklo announces the Employes do not common alms. STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE Ior.it bases the love of our country assist in setting the prices of goods; engagement of her daughter, Miss on divine commands and on the the gulldsmen under the Mary B. Hinkls, to William J. Christan teachings ot the American Catholic rule of the fair price set a price ion Imorde. Tho wedldng, which will Mombers of Division 4, A. O. II., Miss Adelaide Strassel and Capt. Archbishop Carroll to their goods ithat gave decent comfort tako place in September, will be Edward William McCaskey were will plcnso mako returns on outChurch from quiet. to themselves and their famllle married Saturday afternoon at the ing tickets at onco to tho underCardinal Gibbons. A most enjoyable dance party was Cathedral of thp Assumption. The labor of employes, save for the signed. in honor of Is treated given at Big Rock modifications ot unionism, Mrs. Raymond Magnus Strassel JOHN C. DORSET, MORAL ISSUE. Misses Mary and Gertrude Barry and was the matron ot honor and Raylike a commodity; the labor of Treasurer Building' Fund, Schultz, ot Chicago, mond Magnus Strassel, brother of gulldsmen was human effort, fitly Mrs. William 542 East Jefferson. Americans have every reason to rewarded and controlled by those tho guests of Misses Rosella and the bride, was tho best man. The Keely. Rev. Father Rock performed tho he grateful Joi the uncompromising who expended Isit. "holiday" of pro- Geneva Mrs. F. J. Barry and daughters, ceremony. The bride, who was a Labor statement by Secretaly of State test. It day reflects a society in which Misses Mary and Gertrude Barry, given in marriage by her father, J. pSsitlon in Catholic church as orAmbassador on social castes dominate industrial life and Mrs. Wliiam Schultz, of Chi- L. Strassel, wore a smart sport suit Oolby to the Italian American and tho masses of men work tor the cago, are spending a tow weeks in with Bcarab duvetyn tarn and cor- ganist. Familiar with church music. the Russian situation. sense of honor will not be permitted few who own industry. It is a holi- Loulsvillo, the guests ot Misses sage ot Mrs. Ward's roses. Mrs. Ray- Address "Organist," this office. Keely and Mrs. mond Strassel wore a brown coat belong to organizaDefectivo eyesight is ono of tho greatest drawbacks to th& to bo trampled on by a compromise day of men whofunction of which is Geneva and Rosella suit with hat to match and a corsage Edward Spurrier. tions the chief COURTS OF JUSTICE. health and development of children. It is often responsiblo tor with, tha radicalism of which tho to bargain with another sot ot men ot Ophelia roses. An informal following tho ceremony, was v SCHOOL OPENINGS. backwardness in school. Perhaps your youngster's vision is faulty. present Soviet Government is the who own industry. Corpus Chrlsti Lord Monteagle, writing to tho held at the homo of the bride's IriBh papers, as quoted In ParliaIt will not require much effort on your part to find out. You will chief exponent. This stand is acting wns a holiday celebrated by men Grove Academy and Church parents, Mr. and Msr. J. L. Strassel, who owned their own. tools and their as a i bracer to the loyal heroes ot own working lives and wore banded of CedarLady School, both of Thirty-fift- h Euclid avenue. Hero tho decora- ment, has paid the following tribute certainly bo better satisfied to know. Our prices aro reasonable. Our to the Sinn Fein courts: Poland, and should serve as a Jolt together in brotherhood within their WE DUPLICATE OLD LENSES AND FILL OCULITS and Rudd avenue, announce tions were in dahlias and astors and ex"Sinn Capt. Harry Burns, tending Fein courts aro steadily disvacillating Britain. own crafts. It was a feast day ot their opening for next Tuesday, Sep- fall flowers. in tho rlba to their jurisdiction and Wo Duplicate Old Louses And Fill Oculists' Prescriptions Camp. Benning, Georgia, and Capt. pensing justice between America has seenit worthy to con- men who wero not in protest against tember 7. W. K. Lewis, Camp Benning, were man brothers and man, Catholic and Issue a social system, because assystem sider tho question as a moral guests presi- among tho HEARING GOLDEN JUBILEE. of they dominated ithe social mmI not merely political and combeen Protestant, farmer r, and shopkeeper, Capt. McCaskoy ha "ent. their communities. landlord grazier and transferred from Camp Benning to and tenant." Right Rev. Ferdinand Brossart, mercial. Secretary Colby makes It Labor day Is a holiday of one secRiley, Kansas. Capt. McCaskey community. Corpus Bishop of Covington, on Wednesday Fort clear that any compromise with tho tion of the holy anniver- andLMrs. McCaskey left later in the day for the whole celebrated the Chrlsti was a Y, M. O. A. SCHOOLS. Bolshevikl would constitute a community. It was not solely a sary of his ordination to tno priest- evening for their new post. with "deceit, treachery and labor day at all. for a labor day such hood. Bishop Brossart was d , The fall session of tho Y. M, C. A. RETURNS TROM EUROPE. on January 2B, 1916, sucnegation of all the 'rules ot upright as ours would not occur to tho Schools, Third and Broadway, opens Mi HSsVH " wi Paul Maes. His minds ot the men of the middle ceeding- Bishop governments," dealing between Rev. Benedict Hanley, C. P., well Thursday, September 23. Tho numanxiously looking forages. CM S JRmr& As. JutsrOig.JQf . It was celebrated by men friends are goldea jubilee. known In Louisville and Kentucky, ber of applications already received who, having already reached the ward to his HITS A JfUT. who has been in Europe for tho past for coursed of training indicates a stature of free men, paid their adortivo months, has returned home to season oven more promising than OUTING TOMORROW. ation to Hkn from whom 4helr freethe monastery over which he pro- - last. Tho instructors in tho Y. M, Is 8am L. Olive, that he can dom had come. It was celebrated Who SchoolB are technically trained C. of the Tho reunion arid outing of Mackln sidea in Iowa. Father Benedict went in A. best colleges and universities, In tTaoratlon apeak la the name of Georgia and by brothers tho Council, which was postponed last to Rome to attend the St. Glmel qt tholr brotherhood. also possess a wide experience Aeefore that the resolution Intro-de- d source Though our Labor day is not the Rntiiiov nn nr.munt ot the Inclement ceremontee. During hi absence he and subjects they into Georgia General Assem- great Labor day of the Middle Age, weather, will be Klven tomorrow at .toured Italy, Fraoce, England ana In thecareful direction teach. Under thorough and principal their He erection ot a It still 'expresses, however feebly, the same place Grote's Park, on Ireland. Italy, visited the the tomb practical instruction is given the utbly, calling for the visiting at to control, as the Orell car line. A baseball game clliee ot statue in honor ot Rear Admiral the efforts of men ot Maekln of St. Gabriel.i the home oi tne most emphasis. The aim Is to give of their between the member the condition Wniiiun 8. Benson, from a fund to brpthers, Uvea and give to their Jabor Council and Maekln Social Club will Blessed Virgin which haa been trans the student the greatest opportunity working to achieve what he be eolteeted among the school chil- a dignity in harmony with its na- be the feature, the tenw to be man- ferred from Palestine to Rome, a Being conducted on aseeks results. philanthropic men aged by George J, Thornton and number of boar xhrinee and epent State, "is but another ture. It expresses the effort dren jL service to and primarily nun Hoert. There will atoo be a week at Lotrides. Father Benedict baste and boys, the feeforcharged are attempt of the ppUtteel wing ot the are making to attain, the freedom athlelie contents men the youngsters says he greatlySenjoyed hie trip but low and over only a part of the tor ot the guildemen of Roman Catholic cburoh that will and brotherhood CITY 3767 610 W. BROADWAY PH cities in th ages of with prises given by Maekln Coun-- ; there to no pl4 Hk the, "good old cost. the u 8- i io crush everybody who faith. 'ctl. endeavor i WHITISH NAVAL VICTORY. The financial "Wizard" of Boston, who has set all the financially wise heads to wagging, is RIGHT when he says "You can't make money without INVESTING-money.- " That hits the nail square on the head. Of course you have got to save first, but you can't live long enough to get rich from savings alone. .,., m "" en-w- as SkJ1 A BIG ENTERPRISE "f ve CONDITIONS MOST FAVORABLE st ,,,i j FORTUNES BEING MADE 1 ' MEN OF ACTION WIN . Yt h non-Cathol- ic s, The Kentucky Tire & Rubber " Association -- REALTY BUILDING, Louisville, Ky. 'i . ; - NAZARETH COLLEGE OCTOBER " EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION 1920. KENTUCKY GUMS ten-day- s' STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE 1920 17 STRASSEL-McCASKE- September 13, 14, 15, 16, and 18 WANTED. Consider Your Child's Eyes oven-hand- ed out-of-to- cattle-drive- forty-eigh- th com-IH-omt- ee conso-crate- " " TH0S. J. BR0CAR Automobile Repairing Accessories Tubes Tires Ni Bm-onea- n J A-- " KBoreroKTsr tjrijsjbc ajbkexi:oaj& Bringing UP ( I Bl I pwa ENOUGH -- FAKi EMOUGfH -- 'A Ta SVlE AlNT ' HOME V 7 I FROH " lli-- t.lillip t Y Suppose Mxtea . ( ' STXTISTIBP YouVfGttH ( n A Gooo rrBACHea'? ."SSFjSIEL y gur ir 5o-$o.SBBSSsssssssM AlWYrT SttrirPiED A I'm . Good Pupil KM i I ,sssssssssssssVtsfssV i'V&tkui$9' w" .isssssssssst V ; f n WfVi rrir it W. H. Sllllman, iimiiin iiiiini iihiii "n imiwuiMtitiM in mini i Pres. Fred J, Klauslng, Sec-Tre- as y ttsMeifleVBsisaBBBBsBisfe. WHEN in NEED ij mi n 1inagCTlTT1 jlfsssskN. " bTV THE MODERN WAY INCORPORATED OF ANYTHING IN Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See the CLEANERS AND DYERS S. THIRD STREET OFFICE AND PLANT, , Send us your Palm Beack Suits, Georgettes, Voiles and Organdy Dresses and let us clean them THE "MODERN" WAY. It's different. Minor repairs free. Auto will call for and deliver all work. As near you as your phone. 1140-4- Rogers Church Goods Co. ZHOOKFO&&TSD "'sSSBssflssssssssim i 2 iiH U 'M " ! SEfBl mmW StAkl Vd MENS FURNISHINGS $408W.market' S J ' I IsssHssssssssssssesSssssssm tsssss! .HBESsaassssssssssM ,Jssssl M 120 S; Fourth, Louisville, Ky. Flannel-Trousers- ssssHsssEBBSlSSsssSl iflsssW Home Phone City 2383 SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES MKt444H$M4444,M444 3 DON'T FORGET THAT 2.3 6 2. OR CITY QUALITY AND SERVICE. SOUTH HBKHsi rBBBBBBBBsflBlBBBBBflBBBBBBBH on j' OPTICAL EfOOKFOKATBD PERFECT FITTING JHbHHHHbH SsssisassassBHssssssBMB ffiyJMJgB&WBSSaeBsssssssssEBSBSSSBHssSBisslakEBl OEM ' WnrfsHsHaaisssl A. Tftssslt lsssPssssf EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woolen mills will make no reduction in prices; there will sure be a shortage. UP-STAI- 99HH f If STORE Whallen Building, 322 Weit Jefferson Street LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER .WITH YOU Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY fEtMSSEBBJSSSBJSjBBffEH GRAYVON ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. IKOOmrOKATISX Fourth and Chestnut. HERE TO CONVERT JiAPS. TJnv Pnnl Tfnnnmnrl. whn rncfint- ly arrived In San Francisco from Japan and expects to convert thou sands of tho Japanese to tno unris-tia- n faith. TOTAL FEMALE VOTE. TAYLOR TRUNK CO. REPRESENTS HIS COUNTRY. John G. Masaryk, son of Presik dent of the the new nation, Charge de Affairs in the Legation at Washington. Czecho-Slavo- BflOJSOUTn FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOB Phono City G827 Main 157C-- J Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and Dealers In Leather Goods REPAIRING A SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE, KY. NATIONAL SHRINE. Actual excavation on tho site whore the National Shrine of the "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" Reckoning on tho basis of tho esImmaculate Conception will one day timated census returns for the year, TO EAT IN A stand has begun. A corps of worktho National Women's party states men started last week making ready nearly 30,000,-00- 0 that thoro aro now DsLiry tho ground for the celebration of men and nearly 27,000,000 wotho laying of, the foundation stone men In tho country of voting age, Incorporated 11 on September 23, when there will be ii leaving aliens out of consideration. Both Phones 2406 assombled In Washington Bishops xius iiOUSfi OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY . a Those figures are of little value as . Vnffotv t lint-, Tlfal.Aa TVnu4u. Tf and lArchbishops from every part of . ... . basis for computing tho vote of next i;aKC8, Aicais inmi ..mj, xiujiiu itiuuu T.I.- - 4t. tho United States in annual meot-lnNovember with all the women of the REUTLINGER & CO. AtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVHtbbbAAykAAAiAAAAEXCELLENT COFFEE also tho National Catholic War nation enfranchised. In 191G the 210 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Adolph Rcutlingcr COt SOUTH FOURTH STREET Council and Catholic Welfare Assototal voto of the country was In Middlo of Square ciation. A commodious platform for Near Broadway in round numbers. In FIRE INSURANCE tho accommodation of tho prelates PRICES REASONABLE twelve States, including Illinois, woPROSfPT SRRVinH For Hie sick and those Avho nurse the sick Hes.in the fact that Is being contracted and every detail TORNADO, LIABILITY AND men voted for Presidential Electors you know tho niodicino prescribed by your doctor Is prepared preparations for an event of tho In that year; but 1,500,000 is a libby druggists who conscientiously Compound piescrlptions, PLATE GLASg, which promises to bring thousands eral estimate of that female voto. being specialists in their work. - of faithful devotees of Our Lady to 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Hence, tho male voto four years ago Phono us any hour of tho day or night. We will call for the Catholic University Is being was not far ffom 17,000,000. Exand deliver your wants. carefully attonded to. Invitations CONFIRMATION CHILDREN perienced political observers have to tho 20,000 pioneer mombers of generally estimated the female voto SFECXAXi OFFSB OUT THIS OTTT iOXfcXJG tho National Shrine Society have In Suffrage States at 70 per cent, of Bring1 this coupon studio will maks yon mn pbotoB In been sent out by Rov. Bernard A. n 7x11 foldAr and fin to our nhntn in and w fnlrtAi In aviia fn. six nn 11x30 larffA the male vote. This Is about the 'I SECOND AMD CHESTNUT " McKenna, who Is personally super.lar prlo $80 without connon. rolativo proportion in States whore rjitv an.i.ia7 Main 4)102 vising tho details for this first imtho franchise for women is a novA. 7. XiniXQ, FhotogTaplier Day and Night Service portant step in what has been charelty. In tho older Suffrage States 428 W. BIARKET ST. LOUISVILLE. KY. i acterized as tho "first common reis somewhat fomalo ratio the &AAAAAAAAAAA-ligious work of a national charfour years ago smaller. In Illinois acter" that American Catholics have oparato tallies wero kept of the A handsome foundaundertaken. hialo and femalo vote, and tho 70 tion programme is being arranged per cent, ratio for women was about In which a design of the National tho average. Now if we assume that Shrlno, In natural colors, will be a voto fitted the male year for Presidential Elecfeature and which will contain a exceeds 18,000,000 tors tnls detailed description of the proposed lot us .put it at 18,500,000 to cover Tho best artists and enedifice. HEy.BBlBBBBByejrfif all allowances tho 70 per cent, gravers available are now working ratio would give us a female voto on paintings and engravings for a AT KY. FACTORY PRICES. NORTON BUILDING of about 13,000,000 for tho entire double page reproduction, in colors, country. This is less thanwhalf of Easy terms. Phone ua for free N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson of the Immaculate Conception and DR. JOHN P. BECKER tho total number of woman of voting ago reported by the National WoTORNADO BONDS there will be pictures of Pope Bene- trial on our 1920 model In your dict, Cardinal Gibbons and Cardinal homo. man's party. Some part of this disO'Conneli, the Apostolic Delegate, OPTROMETRIST. parity la explained by the fact that BEST CHEW Wo repair any sowing machine. Most Rev. John Bonzano, D. D., and Permanent iux kaesi Is fre315 Starke BaUding, Third Floor tho vote in tho eleven States of the quently the remit of near lectins CathoBishop Shahan, rector of tho Fourth and Walnut old Confederacy on Presidential your eyes. Unless you are euro C. HORSEY & CO. Bourbon County lic University. In reparation for the Fhoae City 1180 your eyes are XXFCT you election day Is always very light. Intonslvo work In connection with should nave them tested now. This is, of course, a very superficial FOUND NEW REMEDY. We examine your eyes, writs the building of tho shrine, Dr. McPRICES THE LOWEST statistical survey, but It is enough to City UOGO the prescription for the glasses Kenna has moved to his permanent warrant tho assertion that any estiUNEQUALLED SMOKE and make them lu our own shop, I was tired to live had vertigo offlco in a new building behind B42 J3. JEFFERSON ST REE1' mate that puts the female vote to be and rhoumatlsm. out of the high rent district, at Naturopath Dr. a considerable saving to you. cast for President at 25,000,000 or A. Lose, 334 East Market street, Caldwell Hall at tho university. Ton receive the best of servloe Subscriptions of "?1 for the Foun- Some Phone, City 4300 Both Phones till oven as high as 20,000,000 te reck- Main 2481, helped mo wonderful. personal attention of graduate C J, SCHNHTDHR, Jit, M&aar lessly exaggerated, Tho probability Lawrence iSchenk, 752 South Eight- dation Programme may be sent to optometrists, and a written guarCumb. Phone, Main 3580-the Rov. Bernard A. McKenna, Cathantee .Insuring correctness and -- HU,Kr. is that it will Tall well below eenth street. olic University, Washington, D. C. satisfaction. Judging from past experiJoseph HubbuchSr.& Son ences, it is certain to be nearer to VALUE OF PRESS. KING OPTICAL CO. twelvo millions than twenty millions. trip East, after which they will be Dealers In home In Louisville. Mr, Nelson OOBVXBT XMB 9TJU gnpiAXTT Eyesight Specialists. The functions of tho Catholic came to Frankfort several years ago BENEDICT IN PICTURES. WALL PAPER AND BUGS 1134 W. Market St. 466 SOUTH FIFTH STRJERT from Southern Kentucky, having Presa aro of special value to the widen FALLS OITY HALL BLUG.. LOUI8VILLB KBNTVCKT For tho first time in history a been connected with the State Board church In our country. To by nae-iia- s JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Pope has posed for tho motion west maricet st. " of Control, and recently went to tho Interest of our people with tho progress of in .business. camera. Not only was permis- Loulsvlllo, whore ho is QLOBH SECURITY A LOAN OO INCORPORATED Mrs. William O'Donnoll, who left rollglon throughout tho world, to Cumb., Main 490 sion granted for tho filming of ZtaQorpora-WHome, Oity 49$0 NEILL-L- A tho Lourdes CWipol last week for St. Louis to be with correct false or misleading statein 18SW - Louisville, Kj scenes Established A. Laz&r, Manager ments regarding our belief and grounds, but Pope Benedict on Sun- her daughter, Mrs, Ward Patterson, CO. day took a leading part, posing first was taken ill on her arrival and sub- practlco, and as occasion offers to PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Mosey Advanced o Your Plain ttoU OFFICE OUTFITTERS with various groups and then for mitted to an operation, but is recov- presont our doctrlno in popular 812 West Jeffersea Sire Incorporated INCORPORATED form thoso are among the excellent STATIONERS PRINTERS "closo ups" and expressing much ering rapidly. (Second Fleer) alms of Catholics Journalism. As a amusement at the persistence of the Home Phone City 2987 means of forming sound public opin- EXTERT CLEANERS OF LADIES MILL AND WORTHY APPEAL. American photographers who went ion it is Indispensable. Tho vital within rour reot or tne fontur ana AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING affecting tho nation's welfare Watch Crystals Fitted Mo FACTORY SUPPLIES Last Sunday announcement was Issues snapped him smiling into tho PARRAKEET Wateh and Jewelry Repairing camera, This occurred after the made by the clergy that the collec usually turn upon moral principles. APPAREL discussion brings Pope had celebrated mass for the tion for the Negro ana Indian Mis- Sooner or later LADIES' AND GENTS SUITS Mtaeralwater & Grocery Company The Radius Jewelry Shop and visiting American Knights of Colum- sions will be taken up In the forward tho question of right sub- ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Managor Incorporated treatment of suo"h Dry Cleaned and Pressed S1.78 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVJB. bus in the open Vatican Gardens churches of tho diocese at all the wrong. The tho" i Catholic point of S. Work Called For and Delivered masses tomorrow. In concluding his jects from and had given holy communion FOR THH BENEFIT OF YOUtt Next to Rex Theater W. Cor. Third and Walnut St. our people, It to each Knight. Vatican of- appeal for these .missions Bishop view Is helpful to all KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET Telephone City 2742 OfOH Kvealsgs Until 9 F. H. MINERAL' WATER ficials were amazed that the Pope O'Donaghue says: "The schools for n..li1nD fltam in lnnlr nt nnrronf We Bay Rags, Serap IroaTMetals, LOUISVILLE 0LKANXB8 A DYBRS the light of appeared In these scenes for about colored Catholic children were es- events and problems In Parkway 486 Rubber ad Paper Stock 65 SOUTH SBVHNTH ST. twenty minutes and which proved tablished In this diocese by our pre- experience which t"Q cnurcn. nas j LOUISVTLL1! WASTE the most complete pictures ever decessor" many year ago, and the gathered throuch centuries, and it POOLSY FOB MONEY. DEAD ANIMALS NH work has prospered,. We hope that pointa the surest way to solution. taken of .Vatican ceremonies- MATERIAL 00. LOAKI object- you will as usual contribute liberally tpat will advance our common inLoaBB to those having, regular CASH PRICES PAID ed When the Vatican officials JJIGH.E8T Oh raraltnre. terests. The unselfish zeal displayed 8 to the Pope being photographed towards this worthy cauee." WSST JBFFBRSON ST. sob&I Property BtamimJa ua otluu. u. or salary, with no nubllotty at 3UU ta txty by Catholic Journalists entitles them r red Wipe. Loaa? to housekeeper o Home Phone, City 1109 Call Home Phone City 721; he said: "Let the Amerjeans have p a more active support man FBOFXS'8 PXOT1IjIKT MRS. DE VALHRA HERE. what they want." a their jwsonal aeevrlty. -- -Jumb. Phoae Mala 721. - KMNTUOKY By Its very LOUISVJLLH AWOOU.TIOX baa been given. F. R. FOOLSY, Mrs. Damon Bo Yalert, wife of nature the scope of their work le FRANKFORT. Incorporated LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Bulldlmt;, the President of the Irian Republic, specialised; and, within the limita- City 888 Rmm 1, Courier-JournHtiTT.niva Weet 866 8. B. 20a. eoiVRWAv AND JBFFjHttON COR. THIRD A. fa at present in this country, baring tion thus Imposed they are doing Miss Aborts Buttimer and IL 41B S. Fourth Street. STOftag Nekton were married Saturday after- come to m&ke an extended stay with what no other agency coukl accomHAMBLY RHOfl. SHOE & noon lu the home of the Rev. Father her dtetlnffulshed husband. She is plish or attempt In behalf of JOHN ASSENT societies and schools. From Olity type of toe highest Irish O'Dwyer, Church of the Good like him, AH Klada of Foot J. F. and Warahowt For' M T.; K. Yan , Shepherd, Frankfort. Miss Jane But- oulture, and like him, he is de- the Bishop's Pastoral, Whole Family Ey; Qrtin and Fmoi t Iaoorporated PIANO TUNXR timer, sister of the brtde, and L. B. voted to the lateral of Ireland. HUNS ANTS. Two ELUIBLY'0 Store Tho Home of "Quality Fotds" Lancaster were tho attonuante, and Purine her Tislt hA to trying to ST, 008410 SOOB TOEfZBL 10SO BAST BURNETT AVKNUB To drive away ant, blow cayenne several relatives and friends witness- ban all publicity, tut aftorto are a N. FOURTH ST. AND " ITS! ed the ceremony. Atter the wed- - i betas nfJ t towdwW ftaaptcit osMir Into the eraoka where the IsNss MftflMla Home Phone, City 8888 sm n. vanxmsrm sv. tqy m ww .assia vt ummam IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK Standard .., Lunch House -- ASK YOUR GROCERS. g, GREAT CONSOLATION :MoOJBAXfcY STORB 7 YV MM A H9HHS3j SINGER FRED ERHART' ARCHITECT Sewing Machines LOUISVILLE. THE PENALTY I. Ciilir t.i.pu...j gf. j. Twist af MEAT MARKET SCHNEIDER'S Ih ipic-tu- re . VIELLE -- SUPPLY 9 per-Fonal- ly , m 801-&0- mm-ert- Lnt al Dairy' Osear Farmer Mytw Sons r ?. H. um mm Mmjm,p Tf,i f i i. JiT" 'r,, r,ji, J v mj&j&asxj&iarsr xrxah l' 1. AJMDE&ieaiOjajst. 13 ' ' i ,'U flinging, UP Bill i a j r'T-i- . .; j.' " i.. 17 w ar; - jl' iMmmm j Dotlnito anonuncomont that the HANNAN United Statea will seek Its eharo of HAWES & the carrying business of the ocean Wo Make a Specialty of All Branches Of Dentistry. trade of the world has been made We Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. IFOR Chairman of by Admiral Benson, the United States Shipping Board. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET The announcement was made In .Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. fighting form, and carried defiance Phono City 4B03 both to the Japanese and to the Phone City 450 British. Admiral Benson especially denied that in tho recent agreement the Prompt and Efficient Service United States Is joining in a comMain 1429 City 3728 pact with Germany in n trade war against Great Britain. The Admir- 309 STARKS BUILDING al's statement is especially frank, and charges the existence of British propaganda In this country to cause the expression that the Jones shipping law "will do more to disturb BrltlslHAmorlcan relations than any law now on tho American statuto books." DOUBLE-DAR- K "This," said Admiral Benso, "Is Ameran Insult to every ican." Continuing the Admiral says: Merjiora "Certain British propagandists seem Leaves The to be under the delusion that tho Unltod States fs still a British CoaM3TE lony. That feeling unfortunately is INCORPORATED fostered by a spineless type of Cleans by Air Alone. LOUISVILriE, KKNTDOKY. happily not numerous American Phono TJs For a Demonstration. Light. Also Makers of Oertcls Dark and Oortels who believe the peace of tho world and tho dignity of tho United States can bo preserved best by kowtowing to Great Britain on every term. It Incorporated ought to be made plain that the 333-33- 5 United States has become one of the WEST MAIN ST. most important maritimo powers of City 185-M- ain the world, and that we will maintain and protect our merchant merlne 1529 WEST MARKET STREET and foster American commerce In American bottoms against any and all nations. Wo do this by legitimate moans, Openly and fairly, and START 8Ni THIS KINTH WITH TNf by separate trade war compacts a hot other nations. Such cases often with Louisville Bank lead to war. Mala ieo T cntr tsie. "Trade ware are deplorable. I Foai-tsincerely hope wo shall have none, and Central AtOhbb but we muBt protect and will protect against the acts of any nation almeu at strangling the foreign trade of GLOBE TIRES . O the United Spates or the development of our merchant marine. It Is tho 9 B. OHHBTNUT louisvillh, sn charged that in agreement we are Germany In a trada war joining with against Groat Britain. Aro thoso who make this charge aware that HOME PHONE SS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871.7 Great Britain has chartered to many of tho formor German vessels in order lo compete with us The United for German trade? States has not and will not take the Initiative in measures that aro frankly acts of trade war. Neither will wo submit to Insulting restric a. utter, W, tions by any foreign nations under , similar restrictions. Wo eeek a fair field in our competition with other Wo few U fat, aajr atha r eeedUtee, nations for foreign trade, but wo to submit to other disabilities, v tf such restrictions aro Imposed wo Will tight them, and we have tho Phone City 2164 means to fight them successfully. ASK FOR "What I resent most Is the secret THE ZERR CO. and underhand means that are being taken to hamper the growth of our Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN merchant marine and the developVAULT AND1RY WELL Funeral Directors ment of our foreign trade. A short CLEANERS ago a Japanese official called time 811 REALTY BUILDING on me to protest against certain proEmbalmers. visions of the Jones law. I replied that he evidently considered I was City 6910 Telephone 1022 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L unaware of means now bolng taken by his nation to hamper our trado OOO EJ. Co. In the Orient. Ho threatened a rato Incorporated war on tho part of Japanv I showed him that wo could cut rates until PURE TRANSPORTATION, every Japanese vessol was driven GENERAL TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND from the seas. He then departed." WHOLESOME Cincinnati Enquirer. "HAYRniB PARTIES" Ffm. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg ArAWEV I . .. I. IWII I'. VVV I ,. VV ADMIRAL FOR AMEIUOA. yyyy.;YYYYYyyYYYYYYYYAM" DUTIES. WOMEN'S NEW BOB JOHN gxvLttttJlJfBi -- f Fire and Liability Harrlman-Hamburg-Americ- Insurance DRINK OERTELS Drink that red-blood- a Pleasant O3BKt0DBXv CO. ELECTRIC CLEANER At tho laying of the cornorstono of Rosary College, a now university for women to bo built on a thirty-acr- e tract at River Forest, of which the Sisters of St. Dominic will have charge. Catholic women wore told by Archbishop Mundeleln to prepare to take the leadership in tho new activities which the women of the United States are taking up. "It Is useless for us to shut our eyos to the fact that woman Is coming out of her former environment and taking her place alongside of man in almost overy avenue of professional and commorient activity," said the Archbishop, " and It would bo crimi nal neglect on our part not to pre pare her for her now responsibility. This Is what thl3 now college alms to do, and It is my fond hope that within a few years there will bo as many students enrolled at Rosary College as aro now attending all of the Catholic colleges for womon in the United States. Rosary College will be the West Point, the Annapolis of truo education, Trom which will come the leaders, the thinkers THE FOUNDATION FOR- STONE c c THE NATIONAL IMMACULATE SHRINE OF THE i t t c c c CONCEPTION CnthollcUnivcrslty AV1LL AVnsliington, D. C. of America AT 3 P. M. BE LAID SEPTEMBER 23 t c By e HIS EMINENCE JAMES CARDINAL GIBBONS This historical ovont will be attended by tho Hierarchy, Clergy and thousands of visitors. Many who can not attend have asked for a programmo and It you have not ordered your programme, please fill out the attached coupon and mail It today. Use This Coupon Rev. Bernard A. McKenna, D. D. ORDER FOR PROORAMME Catholic University of America, Offering Ono Dollar or Moro Washington, D. C. As every Catholic Family should have a copy of this beautiful programmo, which I understand is illustrated in seven colors, I en- closo offering of Namo $ .".... t i t t for my copy. . and the doers among our Catholic women. ) -- Childers Elect. Co. Weekly Savings Club South THOMAS KEEN AN jFuneral Directornnd Embalmer "Holy Mother Church always has considered that a principal part of ber mission has been to teach. She has recognized that we have both body and soul, and that it Is not sufficient to train tho mind alone and leave the winning of the soul undone. Tho education of tho intellect alone makes an Unbalanced people who aro ever a menace to race and morality. To her educated women Chicago owes much. Tho first of these women were brought here years by Bishop Quartter seventy-fiv- e y ago, and Chicago has the largest number of women religious of any city in the world. And this city, becauso of Its cosmopolitan population, has needed them, Tho work they havo done speaks louder In their praise than any words of to-da- ....Mr. Write plainly, typewrito If possible Mrs. Miss Address City and Stato Seal your letters and packages with Salvo Regina Stamps of tho National Shrino of the Immaculato Conception. Supplied In convenient books of 100 stamps for $1.00. Send for a book today. - AkAkkkAkAAkAiirkicki(-k-! DOUGHERTY & IIihaaaha Sill CLIUI 5 908.a IMlllllTi wA 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, . Harrlman-Ham-burg-Amorlc- 717-71- HVVVfcWVVVVVWWWV J. J. BARRETT'S SONSj FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Gor-ma- ny KECO m. j3fc Sasa East OVIcilix street. VVWtVVVWWVWVlWVVJ H.BOSSESON re-fu- EWING'S DAIRY and BROAJOWA PRODUCTS SAFE. Sullivan Transfer great work. They take the .children in their first steps toward education and carry them through the university. St. Thomas Aquinas said that tno first act of man snouid be a turning to God, and so In our primary schools the Sisters turn the minds of tho children toward God. And in order that this may bo done the better we allow It, In many cases, to be In the Inherited tonguo of the child. Wo have had oxcellent elementary and high schools, but until now we havo lacked the school for higher education our girls' have needed. It is a fine inspiring thought that at last wo aro to "meet that need with Rosary College, and we pray that God will bless this work and the Sisters who will carry it on," STATE FAIR, Aside from tho amusements, the midway, the airplane thrillers and "To the Irish settlers of Chicago much praise is duo for tho attention;; ; 1 UllLl cney paiu 10 ino cuucaiiun 01 iiieirr' daughters. And because of this sacrifice for education on tho part of these parents fully 70 per cent, of Climb. Main tho teachers In the Chicago schools are graduates of our Sisters' high schools. Just as the convents of tho Mtddlo Ages were the nurseries of learning, so tho religious womon of I tho present day aro carrying on this '' LitrMnl ill C111U LlllUCllillCl S CwtU ; f 4 BOTH rIIOT15Si GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. fO?H. and BOTH limHMMMimiH Home City 2008 2 frfrf I Funeral Director Embaimer f PHONES 810. "twit94imtmt9nt9iomimmi SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper THE 0!t yoar boys aa edaoatioa Utat will prtp&re tba tot Ufa St. Xavfer's College 113 W. Broadway, Coalavlll, Xj. rr NOW IS THE TIME TO RAVE YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR STIFF HAT RENOVATED Avoid tho rush by consulting us row Thirty-tw- o Tears Ought To Be Suf- ILVT CLEANING AND BLOCKING ficient Guarantee For My OUR SPECIALTY Knowledge Integrity ni j FOURTH AND O STS Or Oifr W. FRED. C LOEMKER t FU.fan, Hi ..J tl. and If It's For Sale Give Me a Call FINK VARBLE NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS ALBERT SMITH, Prop. 335 W. Market St. qity 5 101 KBALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLB TRUST BLDG. THE VERY-BES- TBoth Phones MONDAY SUITS DRY ONLY (to -- 4 S OCf EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS txi HPPAD MTG. Iuorporated LOUISVILLE. ForgliMW LADIBS' AND GKNTLBMEN'S HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED. Home Phone, Shawnee 803 DYBO, AT SPHOIAL PRICBS MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City 6443; Main 2434 ROOFING, OUTTKRING, SPOUTING FnH OMy Oieaaers and Dyra TJh Roofs Repaired ad Painted HENRY GOSS oo, Asphalt jftlaglea a gpeeekltjr SSI! WH8T BROADWAY NATIONAL 2L&TT3U mam, and iron workirs HI WMfrT MAIN STRMT Km FfcoM, City 577 AMrMw 32i WB8T JBTFBRAQN STUBBY ad Fire JHfeeafHi Our Specialty KY. DYBBS AND CUUKBM8 CALL FOR AND DBLIVBR Hewe Phone. Oity 1931 CALL US FOR Oil and Grease FOB ALL PUBPOanS arrr Bm U4qurtra '& B. O'UUJUF A'Oa phopukty la m lor farm about nyttahut. We MIL, Mir M teat, .w tho lighter attractions, In the opinion of W. C. Hanna, Commissioner IT BEATS ot Agriculture, tho 1920 Kentucky AS IT SWEEPS With tho orection of tho $175,000 Stato Fair will bo a show that will M. BUCKNER echolastlcate, now nearing complemean much t the future welfare ot AS IT CLEANS tion at Ndtro Dame, the first unit the State, There It is that Young building WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST of tho extensive post-wKentucky learns the principles that progrnmmo planned by tho univermean a future exodus to tho farm; 008 WEST MAIN STREET tofrndss h4 A4whI NaK SclMtHtcaKf TntM sity will have been achieved. The where the foundnton is laid for the 23 WEST JI5FP12R80N: newest etVuctura, which will bo LOUISVILLB - - - KENTUCKY expert housewife, where thrift is Or. Uriah Z. Litsiy ready for occupation October 1, is to taught by object lessons. Tho boys City 985 Main 113 lBBiNlBKaW be used as a residence hall for Holy and girls from Kentucky will go ChireyoAIst Cross seminarians completing their tains and roughness on the, hands. home and dream, and incorporate in STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES SO? college courses previous to taking Baths of cold or tepid water with their nlay tho things they saw. NIGHT AND DAY. ltarka up theological studies at Brookland, salt wll help to cure cold. feet. Through It all they will play at beD. C, HulUbU ing farmer, seamstress and grown General Repair Work, Cleaning and MOTHER'S ALMANAC. Bath Phnsna Tho Knights of Columbus club In other words. "TheT Ken ubs. Polishing. center Is the next I tell you when It comes tq dates, tucky SUite Fair this year will bo house and social unit on tho building programme to My mothers's Juattho boss! tho greatost college of. practical Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Go. COMPLETE LIKE OF UNION This structure will She tells me all I want to know be comnleted. worth In America." Moro than MADE SHOES cost altogether $100,000, of which "Thout over gettln' cross". $110,000 will be given In prizes, tho Broadway at First. Homo Tel. 30C3 sum $10,000 has beon raised by uniweek Open Evenings Until Nine O'Olock expect to start You'd think she'd get mixed uip versity Knights, who K. A. Xrapp Gifts. 8. Xrapp building operations next spring. sometimes COVINGTON. noma Phone, City 700S At school I know 1 do 'BolTt Washington and Plymouth POSTPONED. The Right Ror. Bishop Ferdinand KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Brossart, Bishop of the Diocese of EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Wholesale and Retail 1492. Tho annual convention of tho Covington, celebrated tho forty-- BXSF, rOBK, VSAJb AKD ZUUfB Young Men's National Catholic Union, scheduled to be held In New But mother says. "The war with eighth anniversary of his ordination AU Slads of Smoked Keats to the "priesthood on Wednesday, He Spain York, August 28 and 29, has been . Designs A Estimates Furakhed 203 BAST JEFFERSON STREET was ordained September l,, 1872. October 2. The Was fought in "98. ' postponed until From all directions the good Bishop LIBIR.TY- - BLOW postponement was decided upon by The year-ypox, all had chicken lecelved telegrams and messages of the National Directors in order that Exceptja Sister Kate. WORXLS WM. P. BANNON congratulation and expressions of the organization may bo la a posiMechanical Air Engineers good will. lAfrlea pro- "The Boer war with the tion to OOKTJRACTING PLASTERIR Manufacturers and JErectora of gramme of the National Catholic That was a dmwltul thing. DUST OOLLHOHNG B7STSH FRENCH CARDINAL PASSES. will meet Began in '99 I know, Laymen's Council, which BROOK AND BLOOM We Makea Specialty of Pipe For Jack wa bora that spring." In Washington in September. Work for Cardinal, Leon Adolphe Araette, City 8380 Carat)'. S. 164 "In '98 the SpaaSeh ships Archbishop of Parle died unexpectHKATLNG A' VBTELATING FATHER TO RBTIRE. Were sunk in Cuba channels, edly Sunday morning at Antony, 644 BAST JBFrBRSON ST. 'Twaa eunimer, for you children had Greseeat 29-Rev. Francis iA. Kelly, of Albany, Just changed your winter flannels."' near Paris, where he was enjoying a St. Matthews 67 LOUISVILLB, KY. ody was taken to a is vacation. The Chaplain General , bt the N. Y Paris residence in the afternoon. J. W. E1SEAKP American Legion, who to m a Bt. "In 1904, my oW, Louie hospital recuperating from The 3ewia tonskt the Jape; OF , HBAVT TRUCK BUILDBR received la an automobile ac? That year waeWerycohl, ana row. JOHN B. WATHEN BODOM, OLOSXD OAB AND announced laet week Had chllblaWand the chape." eldent July FOKD BODtBB A 8PBOTALTY State. Deputy Joseph If. Nurret ot rufyrxruRB novum and that he would not seek ., PACKDW September 29, when his term ex- There's six ot as, and we're mixed up the Indiana .Knights of' Oolnmbui, OJsNRRAL BLACKSMITH WORK With atot'ry Mat that war. pires. aaA.announcedof the appointment of Corydon, as District BttltoU, SontfttHMP K'e meaatae, eronp or r. Qakk Senptee aad QaUty DeMrtr tor the fifteenth dtsiriet, 1M Chutnuiteed BOTKANBOOOD. onitoee Vw AH?, letter- - m. MATTHBWB hOKQ DOrrANOsl HAUUXa KBMTUCKy .. ' - '?.. :m .. . vfw. f! Y''cr&1:L j v? .' X1" l .. a.ik TOn ik. ?n NOTRE DASIE. 1129 WEST MAIN STREET J. 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This intereit will amount to about one full monthly payment When the stock is paid for you receive cash dividends regularly every three months. for the 'saving of certain amount at regular intervals ment first before starting to spend after each pay day. fort and security insured for old age. The right way to get ahead financially is to makr a definite plan, calling and to make your savings' invest com- quart trarm potato water 1 level tablespoon Bait 4 uuAyiub Muivauvua ouai cako compressed yeast 1 heaping tablespoon lard 3 quarts Arlstos Flour Dissolve yeast, sugar and salt In water. Add lard to Arlstos Flour. Make Into a dough, and after greasing dough on top, put asldo and lot stand for flvo hours (which Is termed proofing.) Then press dough down and let stand again from to ono hour, according to temperature. Now fold dough into loaves without kneading, and let them stand to one hour before baking. lb will usually tako ono hour for this sizo loaves to bake four loaves being what this amount of dough will make. one-half FLOUR BREAD RECIPE throe-fourth- s t JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS This on Trade-Mar- k El try Sad This is the way success is attained, financial independence achieved, Our plan for profit-sharin- g partnership is sure, simple and has no fed tape Come in and learn how easy it is. RECENT DEATHS. . investment Department inquiry Coupon .1920 S iiiiaaiiiciiiiiaiiiiMi Louisville Gas & Electric Co. of Kentucky Investment Department lionisville Gas & Electric Co. Louisville, Ky. Please tend Nam 311 W. Chestnut St, Louisville fttih 5 ( I tat foui Investment- literature. - I O. M. 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The Knights ot Lahor had started in the older period of September 5, 1882, sott the first secrecy, but by the middlo of the Lahor day in tho United States on eighties they felt themselves and the strong tho occasion of a meeting of tho othor organized workers open to come out in the and Assembly of the Knights (ft, enough black-listGeneral s and to march In aTiam In XT... Vni.. fill. n lntf.Iiln ' bravo of Labor was still a secret organiza- public on a holiday set apart for tion, but the Central Labor Union, them. Labor day as a legal holiday a became to them a sign of the beginled by men who were in secret of the former body, arranged ning of victory. On that day they take for a parade in honor of tho visit- couldyear's renewed zeal for tho comwo'rk. 'They could show ing officers. A reviewing stand for ing their prido the officers was erected on Union strength as In their work and their brothers in the labor Square, and as tho parade ewung by Labor day, they felt, one of the men on the stand said to movement. his neighbor, "This Is Labor day in would add dignity to their work, earnest." Tho next year another ttifeir organizations and their cause. Early in 1887 Oregon made the parade was held on tho first Monday in September. When arrange- first Monday in September a legal followed Colorado and ments wore being made the follow- holiday. ing year discussion on the floor of Bhor.tly afterwards New' Jersey, New tho Central Labor Union revealed a York and Massachusetts in order desire to make tho celebrations per- passed laws making Labor day a manent. It was voted to call the legal holiday. Three more States first Monday in SeptemDor Labor did tho same In 1889 and many day and to try to make it a legal others in the early nineties. Almost all the (States now have Labor day holiday. Those were times of intense labor as one of the legal holidays ot the agitation. Tho Knights of Labor year. were organizing vast numbers of ELKS NEW HOME. workers, particularly in unskilled d occupations, and In and, Louisville's building plans wore lines of work which at an earlier date had rejected organization. augmented further Monday night Moreover In 1886 tho American Fed- when Louisville Lodgo of Elks met eration of Labor came upon tho and decided unanimously to erect scene to contest with the Knights a club house to cost $1,000,000. The of Labor for the affiliation of the action was taken because the presemployes in the United States and ent building, remodeled last year, Is tho methods and policies to be pur- said to be Inadequate to accommomembersued by the American labor move- date the Definite information regardment, Strikes .wore frequent. The ship. body of employes in industry were ing the site of the new structure and most discontented. Big business was the means of financing It will bo withheld until a committee formugaining greater control and were beginning to see that lates plans. under the system they must remain DAUGHTERS OP ISABELLA. as employes all their life. Wages were low and women had not yet meeting The regular entered industry in suffielcent numDaughters of bers to make their wages a regular of Louisville Circle,place tomorrow Isabella, will tako part of the family income. lAe far back as tho decade after afternoon at 3 o'clock at Knights of the Constitution was adopted there Columbus Hall. All members are had been labor unions in the United urged to attend. States. Collective bargaining bad AUTUB1N FESTIVAL. been practiced, strikes had been! called, boycotting had been Inflicted n upon The autumn, festival and good men, and one union oven had a walking dolegate. Be- country chicken dinner of St. Edtween 1800 and 1810 organized ward's church, Jeffersontown, will workers had also been tried as con- be held at Bauer's Park, Hike's spirators. In the late twenties and Point, on Wednesday, Soptembor 8. early thirties, again in the forties Rev. Father Roverman, tho pastor, and fifties, workingmen had prac- and his people will bo prepared to ticed collective. bargaining or gone entertain a largo gathering and into politics or dabbled In reforms. make it most enjoyable for city peoProm the middle of the Civil War ple! who visit them. The Jeffersonto the early seventies camo a growth town cars pasa the grounds. of labor unionism, only to be run to MILTiTKEX'tf NJfcW FIELD. cover In the dark years succeeding the panic of 1873 when secrecy, Charles V. Mllllken, former Tax rioting and murders were among Receiver ,and well known Demothe retaliatory lueaauraa tafen by cratic leader, ia bow aawoclated with Harris, in the the unemployed, and tha oppraeaadt the firm of Gaunt bulUUac, Mr. M1UI- Th ,KnIhU of Labor and the American federation ot Labor open- kn bain masater ot tha automo ' ed up the newer period of trade bile department. OUR PHIST LABOR DAY. Y mom-boreemi-skllleever-Increasi- day morning at Sacred Heart church. She Is survived by her husband, Robert CIssell; a daughter, Miss Nettie Clssel, and a son, Gabriel CIssell, for whom there la felt the greatest sympathy. Early Saturday morning the Angel of Death called Miss Anna M. Wolf at her homo, 708 South Eighteenth street, the sad news casting gloom over St. Peter's parish, of which she had been an exemplary member. Surviving her are two sisters, Misses Lillian and Minnie Wolf. Her funeral took place Monday morning from St. Peter's church. uernara j. uruns, loriy-oigyears old, former policeman, died Monday afternoon at his home, 914 Ellison avenue. Ho ia survived by his widow, Mrs. Matilda Bruns, and two daughters and two brothers'. Funeral services were held at iSt. Vincent do Paul church, where he had long been a communicant. Mrs. Ora Bfflle Henry, an aged and highly esteemed resident ot this city, passed from this life Saturday afternoon at her homo on West Walnut street. She Is survived by her husband, Daniel Henry, and two brothors, Roy W. and F. R. Brown-fielFuneral services were held Cross Monday morning at Holy e church, attended by many friends and acquaintances. Mrs. Mary S. Roth, aged seventy-siwidow of Joseph Roth and long a resident of this city, passed away Monday afternoon at her homo, 92G East Gray street. Sho is survived by three daughters, Mrs. J. D. Rear-do'Mrs. Andrew Kraemer and Mrs. Cnliev Dolfinger. Funeral services were held at St. Martin's church Wednesday morning, Rev. Francis Felton saying tho requiem mass. Mrs. May Rogers, aged seventy-si- x and for many years a respected resident ot the Cathedral parish, answered death's call Saturday morning at her home 523 West Market street, leaving many friends who mourn her death. Sho Is survived by two sons, M. K. and T. F. Rogers, and two daughters, Miss L. Rogers and Mrs. Harry Kline. The funeral took place Monday morning with requiem high mass at tho Cathedral. m Thurs-dayinorniold-tim- Funeral services for Mrs. Mary G. years old, who died CIssell, fifty-tw- o Monday morning at her homo, 1713 Magazine street, were held Wednes- TO MUSIC STUDENTS (CONSERVATORY FACTS) T ' :"J.J All Lessons In Major Subjects Are Given Privately ALL STUDENTS may have (absolutely free) harmony, theory, ear training, sight singing, lecture recitals, history, enscmblo and orchestra practice. Any-o- r all of these subjects absolutely free. TEACIIERS ARE CHOSEN and retained only upon their merits as teachers and ability in getting results. ALL BRANPHES OP MUSIC, including Piano, Voice, Violin, Organ, Harp, all orchestral instruments, Teachers' Training Course, Public School Music Supervising and Art, Dramatic Art, and Languages. SPECIAL DEPARTMENT devoted to proparing students as Teachers, Public School Supervisors and for Lyceum and Chautauqua engagements without further preparation. CONSERVATORY GRADUATES find it easy to secure good positions as Teachers, Supervisors and with Chautauqua "and Lyceum Managers. THE BIG POINT IS THIS: THE CONSERVATORY would not be sucli a tromendous success if if did not give better training:, better terms and better values in every way. TERMS RANGE FROM 75 cents per lesson upward, according to tho teacher and grade. Each student has private instruction, personal individual attention, with many free advantages plus the Conservatory guarantee of completo satisfaction. COME IN AT ONCE and let us explain our methods fully. You can then decide whether you aro satisfied with your prosent training and what it promises. Season begins September 7. Enroll now. and work for graduation Registration days September ng d. x, n, Louisville Conservatory of Music South 2275 214 West Broadway City 1306 here, to help you succeed in your music We are sod. Joseph's -- BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY. oojlvx,bo:e EIGHTH GRADB CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS HIGH SCHOOL Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. Send for Bulletin. FIFTH FALL SEASON. Miss Roso Henley, well known In Louisville musical circles, who has been studying In Chicago during the summer, Is now enjoying a vacation at Rye Boach, on Lake Erlo. MI3S Henley will return about September 10, and tho fololwlng week will open her studio in, the Gaulbert COMMERCIAL work-Ingm- en $1.00 Opens a Savings inAccount at the Largest and Oldest Bank th State. National BanK of KentucKy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. building for the fifth fall season. NEEDS NATIONAL BOARD. non-unio- A National Labor Board, similar to tho War Labor Board, should be established for tho purpose of preventing strikes and raising wages to decent levels. Wages should not be lowered except in a very few cases. At the beginning ot the war a considerable majority of tho wage earn-or- s of- - the United States did not receive living wages, while during the Byrne T. Speed Coal Corporal INCORPORATED "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. Intar-Bouthe- ra war the average rate of pay did not increase fastor than tho cost of living. Evon if workers receive more than a living wage that Is no reason for lowering wages, 'hecauso a living wage Is only the minimum ot Justice, A country as rich as ours can and should pay workors enough for them to get the comforts of lite. would Moreover, high wages tha demand for goods and eueure the steady operation ot J. MOKIt'OW, Manager. 'J. J. MoTIGHE, Asstr. Mr. 'W Tailor Your Coat, Drttss or Skirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY H. E. WARD COMPANY INCORPORATBD 1 Wo SOUTH FOURTH AVBNUR LADIES' TAILORS Piloses mu, Main er 0ty -- i8l t y -- JC t cij&rvia3M?xr xm&MJU&nBxtGAXt. tttbt9ttftit1$ttttfiftMMl4tA4,4A RACONasON -"- "INCORPORATED SWISS CLEANING MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. HERMAN STRAUS . roil Avenue OF Metrnmnfee SONS MARKET SDHST t .We Qire ana Redeem QeJd Trading: Stamps. We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupens. 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More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, it the monument of confidence built by th people of Louisville at this safe, conservative sixty.su-year-ol- d bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building IT IS UP TO YOU. It seems thnt constituted fy Fourth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company In the South. 4eMMMMMMtMMMMM wants tho people's word before it can gather momentum sufficient to tnchlo tho problem. Editorial, Tho Louisvlllo Times. W. S. SPEED, Chairman. JOHN W. BARR, Jr., W. H. KAYE, UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOMD a$aai iH4H4H4 Executive Committee. SMOKER S CIGARS ATTENTION TOBACCO CIGARETTES I High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. This Is Your Problem-Figur- e It Out For Yourself' OHESTERFIBD CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Ccuts, Two tor Thirty-fiv- e LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CAPORAL $1.70 Per Carton. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E IJAMES GREENE Y. M. C. A. 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J. uuiwpLn & I Alial!!l,lIP w mj Sea. aad Tras. BLINDS AWD MILIAVORK. IiOulsvlUe, Ky. Prank Hariman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARIOKC SXREBT Reeldsace Phone Shawnee 122-- J BUILDDfa HATEEIAI MILL WORK LOUISVILLE ART GLASS 00. 418 4H1. Brwek Tart u gwlWB, toft ft St. 0to. IiKADKD" AND OKNAMHNTAIi 88T1MATE3 MADE GLASS HARVEY-JELLIC- O (IKCORPOKATWM COAL CO. IF DESIRED Metal SettlBg la Ziac, Copper aad Brass Beveled Mirrors aad Beveled Glass Telephone City 6993 Yard aad Klerator, Pepe aad Payne Streets. Beth Phones at All lards. Hone Phoas, Oity 2720 HOT AND COLD The Company With the Coal and the Service. Yards located at Fifteenth aiidJMagnolIft. Xrd at First ad A. Cumb. Phone, Main 9122 FUNERAL OP BOLDIER. The body of Walter WeckT a soldier who died overseas, arrived in Louisville Monday and Vaa taken to the home of bis father, Edward Week, 1617 West St. Catherine street. Walter Week was a member of the old First Kentucky .Regiment. He enlisted when eighteen years old and died of Influenza In England In 1918 while with the Thirteenth Field Artillery. Tne father, Edward Week,' is a member of, the fire at Camp Zaehary Taylor. Funeral services were held Tuesday! moraine; at St. Peter's church. GIBSON HOTEL JWm BBAX)XABL WT DAYJ WMBC OB MONTH ;" 119 SOUTH THIRD STRUT, Bt. Mlwlttt ad Mia There will be a Provincial CO. L. GRAUMAN meeting in Louisville, opening Iacorperated September 8, at which timo will take 1 All place the elections of the Passionlst SMltrs rixtarM, xsafla ex ltU aaa tor Casb Xffl- Provincials for the Western province, twrs, Kbow Cum, oewtow, kalTlaff Xte. with two consultors, master of novices, rectors for each monastery. sie iuar Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, St. Harpa Phona. Wty ltli Paul, Kansas City and Dea Moines are included. The chapter lasts a Shoes For Kvery Member of the week and considers all measures, Family tho spiritual and financial welfare Home Phone 3906 of tho monasteries. These chapters are held every three years and at & SON this time the Superiors are elected, FRED and who can only be returned rpr M AD B UNION the second term In succession. SHOBS AND SUPPBRS 431 1AST MARKET STRBBT COLONELS' 1I03IB STAND. LODISVILLB - - - - KENTUCKY The Louisville ball club will play Its last away from homo game of the season at Columbus next Tues- H. W. DUBISKE & CO. day, .returning home to open a four FIKAK0IAL SIRVI0I game series with Indianapolis, these to be the first of the Colonels' closFRANK T. MARION, Mgr. ing series on the home grouiids, the season to close on October 3 with 8 BLDO. Milwaukee as the final contestant. With the newly acquired pitchers TAKE EASTERN TJUP. the Louisville club should make a good try to get In the first division Robert J. Johnson, short-lin- o before the flag falls and these twenty-fiv- e games at heme will give division claim agent for the L. & N, them an opportunity. Anyway the railroad, accompanied by hie wife fans are ready aad willing to lend and eon, left last week foe an exthem aa eacoitr lac hand in the tended Bastern pleasure trip, during long home aw, toe new faces la which they will yklt Washington, prove aa attrac- - Atlantic City, New York, Montreal the lineup will 1 m and Niagara Fails. tloo. Doors !, Sash LUMBER k w mt inm ALL r and tSmtM UN9EEL K0W . BUILDING AND CRATING LUMBER One Board or One Million Feet FEIftE Sixteenth aad Maple Sie. 3E&:iMCBIfcY 3LVXJM:33E3R Phone West and City 12. CO. U Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where (fee MgMeet.t work seeei U in Where work deaei 406-7-- INTBR-SOUTHBR- N jaSta taAr e V9l9BkKA 0Wa Where the mage stands tfce test the where l'hat's , Where Che Hghteet; Where the Where real faa; eookteg aesm Where haktec gives light; Where dredge to eat at sght "Qatek Keal' That's where "Qatek Meal" 16 tak Meal SaaJKaaiea Seld, laaialle r3.x?TJri2r -( VtJAAJ- jc-i- - cnxr i.wi.,. 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