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Kentucky NO. 11. two-wee- Mm American iper-for- m poo-pl- Ktery Drhrer 1600 Iaeorporatas n gscort iHlfftttTMkislTrMttKH VOLUME XLV. LOUISVILLE, SATUsjpAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920. PRICE PIVE CENTS. voters. Tho women's votes will reconsider that .they who. now preside at a nation's court martial are the deem Louisvillo and Kentucky for Democracy and tho white people. associates of those English soldiers wno a few years ago threatened muTho city and county employes lave tiny rather than defend an act of been making precinct canvasses to find out just Parliament giving but a modicum of the past Justice; to Ireland, we can underhow many women will vote, end stand with what zest they will Boodlo Fund Being Gathered in they havo discovered that the SPEAKINOtopCHOOL OPENINQS t o nogro women's votes will be more the task of destroying a Louisville by Board of Safety end a nation they hate. than offset by the white women who Mi '"Ireland has dono England no will vote in large numbers this faH Member. wrong7and surely (America, claiming and in larger numbers next fall to prove that tho so long and for so many reasons to bo her friend, will not now by an machino can not turn our city and supporters, alliance with her enemy, betray her. Suffrage Means Death Stato over to its negro county emWomen's Incidentally the cltjf and It is not so difficult for us Ameri cans to 'hark back to the war days, ployes making these precinct canKnell to vasses are doing so at the expense iv IUX3 tru,rs vu uuu j.ixu, u.t?u Machine. of tho taxpayers, but don't tell near the appeal came to us as 'haters of oppression and lovers of justice and Mayor Smith, tho Board of Safety right, to come to the rescuo of opor tho Men's Federation Uiat these pressed Belgium. We wore told then men aro cheating tho city and tho Sheriff Boss nits Bull's Kjo in taxpajcrs by working for tho Rethat the German army of Invasion Terming Qualifications of had set Itself upon Belgium's sacrod publican machine. These gentlemen boll had added brutality to oppresmight not like It, as" they are all Police. sion held the people in bondage groat exponents of reform and this and under martial law, and shot or is a "reform" administration. deported those who foiled to obey it. Say what you will about Sheriff Wo answered wltth ,tho mustering of Will Ross, but you'll havo to ogroe all tho forces of our nation, and STOP TRAFFIC that ho Is an observing cuss. FolKEYSTONERS sent our men to die that Belgium lowing his run-i- n with tho Keystone might be free. We fought side by pollco the other day II developed side with the English and the that Sheriff Ross told the pollco French. Wo struggled on until tho Gov. Cox's expose of the big "that thoy ought to bo driving street goal was reached until Belgium at someboodlo. fund being raised by iho cars." Tho Sheriff knows lieutenlast ws freed from her oppressors. Flvo captains, nine trusts and profiteers for the Repub- thing. eight sergeants, Including both In 19r8 we fought with England to ants, lican party has certainly aroused traffic BOrgeants and over half the free Belgium. In 1920 we aro Inthe American people, who resent the rank and file of bur police were vited to fight with England to Idea of having the Presidency of the former street car crush Ireland. and United 'States bartered off to the "There can be, I think, but ono It need not bo fold highest bidder. Kentucky's part in that tho street car company policy answer to this appeal, and that anthe notorious attempt was told to tor tho past ifltty years has been to swer should bo that not for finanthe Senate committee by H. Green hire nothing but hicks from the cial gain, nor for the wealth and Garrett, of Winchester, and right backwoods aud tho greener tho betcommerce of all the world, wMl America, the friend of Jiumanity, hero it might be stated that Gar- ter. That policy has been carried rett will bo given no more posts of out to tho letter, and at that tho voluntarily sharp in a nation's dehonor by tho struction. But It the promoters nubile has not kicked. But when tho combine, as he seems to have told eame policy has been transferred to would say that an alliance does, not or approval of tho truth to tho Senate investigating the pollco department that is anInclude committee, and that truth exposed other matter. You can not expect this act of oppression, It will bo so tho holdup policies of the interpreted by the world, and right"hicks" who only knew their way here. And what gloom around town by following the car ly, too. Wo approve of thoso wo Senator Beckham will have a couple of important questions to It brought to the reformers and tracks to become expert crook catch ally ourselves with, and in this parmembers of the Men's Federation in ers. Well, the world knows by this ticular instance wo aro responding answer at the School of Deniocracy. Louisville when It revealed the fact time that they haven't and tho to an invitation to Join tho blasthat tho big boodle fund In this dis- fame of our police as Keystoners phemous chorus that today stands trict was being collected by nono has becomo nation-widapplauding a nation's crucifixion. Four ana other than Lewis Y. Johnson, former flvo robberies nightly are .the rec Had England acted wisely how difSecretary to Tobo Hert, later Chair ord, without oven a ciue ana more s ferent things might bo today! When representatives went man of tho Board of Safety nnd still a colony of burglars in our midst a member of tho board. Tho news that are making a steady living to thfl Peace Conference at Ver must have also stunned that mighty fooling the Keystoners and they aro sailles a year ago I sent them greet journal of reform, the Louisville not working overtime to do that. ing to this etfect: 'A noDie mission I feral (1, whoso motto is "Tho truth, An automobile bandit who was capIs yours, for when you ask for no mntter whom it lielps or hurts," tured the other day in Ohio had no freedom you have tho oppor-i,nif-v as the Herald deliberately cut all trouble In getting through the lines tn offer to thoso assembled mention of Johnson's part in tho here, although every road was clutat Versailles the support of Ireland,rt press dispatches. Christian and free tho best tered up with tho famous rlflo My, my! but what a shock to find squad, the overseas (Jofforonville) ii t,.i..i..i to tottering civilization.' But an Bquad and other Keystoners. Bnt Lewis Y. Johnson in the rolo of w, tlho conforenco Ignored the delegates $ assessment collector of $12,000 to wo'll hnvo to agree tlint tho bandit and refused oven to listen to their bo used principally in bringing tho took an unfair advanntago of our claim. Before such an august body colored brothers and sisters to tho police. Ho disguised himself as a tho fate of a civilized nation like BECKHAM AXD IRISH SYMPATHY RESOLUTION. polls to vote for Republicanism and farmer and it was pretty liard for Ireland was negligible, it nugni. reform. We all can remember what tho Keystoners to tell him from ono hurt the feelings of some of the dela stirring answer Johnson issued to of their own number. egates to even grant them a hearing d me the public two yearn ago when eome 4 .. before a The Board of Safety, Chief Petty with and Tobe Hert, Ches Searcy and of his pollco were charged yearsi that Ireland has fought && bribery of an army officer who wits wt1mwMsmbKnbSss Chilton Jus despise1- Sheriff caught drinking with women in a Matt .for bringing the Keystone poi.t svw ninn rn i si it .in ii m nuu Ross ngront Press Bureau oF Friends of" .i ' (0f'cM Opinion of tho Wash! house on West Broadway. Then lice in the limelight. These gentle( they who rojected tho claims of ) . rtfOff. Johnson strode to the footlights de- men know that In the street car and thfl helD of Ireland, while Irish Freedom on Senator.. Beckham's Attitude. fying tho grand Jury investigation, : tholr spiked boel Is driven through thoy haven't real police, but refusing to glvo the name of the boys aro easy to collect from- - Then her heart, stanu amiusc me rums ui they army officer, who he said shouldn't again thoy don't bother protected their own creation, appealing to the be disgraced, because he was Serv- $rnp games or any other games for Almighty to save their civilization ing his county in a great crisis. The that matter. Sheriff Ross found out from the terrors of Bolshevism." boys and reform that they follow orders blindly if throughout the city gavo three not Intelligently. During tho Elks' NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS. , Recently Senator Beckham wrote to a prominent citizen of cheers and a couple of banyais for parade one of the Keystoners at h for all Louisville a denial of his the noblo and patriotic stand of tho Preston and Broadway stopped all attitude, saying that ho 'only A brilliant opportunity Chairman of the Board of Safety. street cars, vehicles and pedestrians voung men of the city is again being voted against tho resolution of Irish sympathy in tho Senate beOf course tho fact that tho army of- long before the parade had oven 1 offered by the Knights of Columbus cause it conflicted," as ho thought, with tho League of Nations c ficer was a son of Charles F. Huh formed In lino. His corner was a In their eight school classes Thto treaty. Beckham's friends hero and throughout tho Stato havo lcln, of B. F. Avery & Sons, a big maze of cars, people, autos, wagons school is being conducted at St. power and contributor in the local and van baby buggies. To all protried to advcrtlso this letter widely and counteract tho growing Xavler's College, Second and BroadG. O. P., couldn't havo influenced tests he'd "Gol flap it, I'm not goin' t way, and will bo open to actlvo opposition to Beckham's candidacy. For tho benefit of Senator Joluison to keep tho scandal under to lot any of you by till tho pcrodc work about September 23. These c Beckham's friends and supporters and tlioso who aro not tho Kencover. Now that we find a member comes." People told 4ilm that the f educational activities wero prompted 2 tucky Irish American submits tho following from tho official reof the Board of Safety interested In "perade" wouldn't be by for an hour by the growing need of schools of men and tho collecting end, possibly he yet, but that made no difference to port of tho Washington Press Bureau of tho Friends of Irish training for our c would know thnt tho police and the Keystoner. Finally the Chief's .. Freedom: for others who desire advancement. flrcmon are being assessed $25 each office was appealed to and a detachMany of our young men ore handifor campaign purposes. With tho ment had to be sent up there to capped in the business world by THESE SENATORS VOTED CONSISTENTLY AGAINST THE privates being hold up for $25, tho loosen up the traffic The Keystoner their lack of an education. They IRISn RESERVATIONS. ( sergeants for $30, tho lieutenants was a little miffed, and ho said "it can not write an Intelligible letter, for $35 and tho captains for $40, was goldcrned funny thnt they told have "but a vague Idea of matheKoycs, of Now Haven. BECKHAM, OF KENTUCKY. k to tho pollco and flro departments him ono thing and then skin it back, matics and even find It hard conColder, of New York. King, of Utah. nlono can bo figured as political by heck." mako themselves at ease In a Cummins, of Iowa. Lcnroot, of. Wisconsin. opportunities Glowing contributors to tho tuno of about versation. It does seem that Chlof Potty of $20,000. Attention, Rev. Dr. Lock-har- t, tho Keystoners and Chlof Nounsch-wandDlalj of South Carolina. Pomcrcno, of Ohio. aro open to the man with a training Rev. M. P. Hunt, Brother C. J. and those who 'have plodded through Dillingham, of Vermont. of tho fire department ought Robinson, of Arkansas. Meddls, Brother C, O. Stoll, Brother to furnish guides, or better, sign irovoral years of llfo witnout it t Edge, of New Jersey. Smith, of Gcorngia. Henry Johnson and near Mayor posts for their men. Recently tho "know tho truth." uno i.niguu k- Gay, of Louisiana. Smith, all of whom wo know arc fire department In answering. an Sterling, of South Dakota. school Is well equipped with effibitterly opposed to political assess- alarm on West Broadway ran into a Glass, of Virginia. Snanson, of Virginia. cient teachers and offers a wrlcty ments, as wo heard during Demo- blind street, and before they could t All exnservico men will of courses. Hale, of Maine. Townscnd, of Michigan. e, cratic times. find everything free, while fees for entangle themselves out of tho HARDING, OF OHIO. Thomas, of California. It is rumored that the wholesale dilemma the flro had gained a big civilians aro but a, pittance. The collecting of the Jones, of Now Mexico. Trammel, of Florida. opportunity is too valuable to let headway. There's where a guide or machine In Kentucky is dono city map would have come in handy. Kellogg, of Minnesota. Wndsworth, of New York. "go by the board," and wo hope with the purposes of providing for Thursday morning one of our effiovory yaung man who desires to fit Kcnyon, of Iowa. Williams, of Mississippi. tho proverbial rainy day. Tho mahlmlsielf for a hotter position (in life police officers was lost at chine Is collecting thousands of dol- cient and Park avenue. In a city will give himself the chanco by enk lars every month from city and Fourth rolling In these classes now. Note "flivver," No. 125, there was our county employes under tho guiso of hero stopping pedestrians to find advertisement and full description a Republican League, which is a of courses elsewhere inythfs Issue. Girls' High School where camouflage for claim shaving. The out located. tho don't know whethWTo was SUNDAY IN BOSTON. an alliance between the United marainy day for tho Republican SUCCEEDS FATHER RD?PLE. Petty sent him on his errand, States and Great Britain. Such an chine appeared in eight the day the er Col. or whether it wasjan emergency call There will be a demonstration alliance can not benefit us commerwomen wore given the right of suf- or whether ho was sent by Acting The Kentucky Irish American has cially, and, on the other hand, will frage. Women's votes mark the Chlof Jimmy Carroll. But it does hold in Boston tomorrow having two announce the apdo grievous wrong to our principles been authorized toRev. Father J. R. main objectives, first to emphasize ma seem doom of the the pointment to send a the demand of tho friends of Ireland unreasonable and ideals 03 a nation. An Imme- Fannan, O.ofP., as Superior of tho chine InsLoulsvllle and Kentucky, stranger on an errand Uko that. diate consequence of on aUIanco and their right to vote came just Night Chief BoU would have real- in Massachusetts forbyrecognition of Archbishop Dominican Mission .Bond, our GovernGJenaon, of St. Louis, with England Just now would bo our Southern whon Tobe Hert and his aids were ized the officer's difficulty, as he the Irish Republic whose headquarters are at St. Louis ment, and secondly as an outward consent to and approval chuckling In gleo over the coup put was a registered voter in Shciyyvlllo of on Sixth street. Protests A balnst Anglo-AmEng3and!s treatment of her sister Bortrand Convent a wildely known over by our own Lieut. Gov. Ballard three years ago, not oven appearing manifestation of confidence 1&- PresiFather Fannan is splendid nsttlon, Ireland; and such an apicas Alliance. and Gov. "Howdy Ed." The repeal in the City Directory wIuch appointed dent De Valera and his Dominican, and his proval would be little short of crim- and eloquent stamps mm as iu of the registration certificate law on the police force. Reward of work .for Ireland. The demonstrapast experience wifll be under the auspices of inal. The whole worId-J- a aware of every way fitted for the Important bad Just been put over and negroes merit, but that's not what Sheriff tion The various tho facts and conditions. For 700 the Minute Women. wero given tl right to vote as of- Ross would term it-He succeeds Rev. M, J. as He Declares, Such Would Bo at War years Ireland has, through agitation, position. who recently loft Louisville Irish Bocletlea are ten as they pleased and where they Ripple, one, also the labor unioni bodies, petition, revolt and other wJso, de- for New York City, where he has enpleased. So tickled were f.he RepubWith Oar American O'CONNEL RESIGNS. joint committees of which are hard manded of England a fundamental tered upon hia duties as General lican, bosses that the. bans were taken at work (perfecting ithe right, namely, to bo released Xrom Director of the Holy Name Society f Ideals. down on all negro crap games and Washington News Letter, tho tor a monster meeting aTra&eemeots Tha and parade. the torture of Invasion and to bo, lot and other festivities. To further show of the Holy Name Jour alone; but during all those years nal. editor official publication of "the" National their appreciation, of the colored England has persistently- claimed CATHOLIC WOMAN. Baxter Square Park was Bureau of the .menus oi the Government of Ireland shall gives to them outright and tlio Freedom, In fcts Issue of September PARISH FESTIVAL. Tills Lead Mhst Net Assist ia the that be, by, not . with and tor the people The fall meeting of the Board ol jwomtee has been made to them that 4 says: "Ttia Kaflnna.1 TtnrMLU announces Directors of (the National Council of Deetraettoa ef a Friendly of Ireland, but by, with snd for the Republican ticket wins next If the The people of StTLoo'a congregapeoj)e of England. year Shawnee Park, wku all its the resignation-o- f Director Daniel T. CathoHc Women will be held in Xstfea. tion, Highland Park, will give a O'Conneu, eirecuve as oi oaie ai Wes&tagton on September 17. The beauties and accessories, will be "Within the last few years this parish festival In St. Leo's sohool gives to tlm colored people for their September 4. Mr. O'Connell returns' vacancy in the board, caused by the Irish claim, based upon fundamental hall netf Tuesday afternoon and in (lia nroMlpo nt law at Boetoa. eleeUon of Miss Agnes Regan aa bwB. With this golden .promise right, has grown with the growth evening, beginning at 2:30 and 8 dangling before them the colored Mass. When Mr. O'Ooanrtl assumed Secretary, has been faled, Most Rer. INVITJBB democracy,-- until now they island o'clock. There will be an abundance CRUSH IRKLAND. of iv Archbishop Banna having appointed dlreotorsMp, in July, 400 are now endeavoring to buy the united to live as free men, or df of tab3 and refreshments, and vaupon the understanding he Mrk Arthur H. B. Bind, of Salt property further down West Chest- was necessary to die. And this, her chal- rious amusements are being arnt the duties, fol Daks, to represent the erebdoeese nut, West Broadway, West Market wnnlil ha lenge, is answered by ifcbe Parliament ranged for the occasion. All who organisation of the bu of San Fmseiseo. Mrs. Bird is and West Madison atreot, to be lowing the of England voting the sending of a would spend a pleasant evening vcf H "mrwtt. numerous army into nrasant Ttlilllhil near the promised Hand when the reau and inaugurating a oeuntte President of the Cathottc Women's kopooits ante tor 'the promotion with gun, tank and Ireland armed Invited. policy and scope of activities. He Lette of Bait Lake. happy day arrives. bayonet of ah aUtanA between the UnMed army itself privileged to put the But the blow .to their hopes and resigned last February, returning m SnOWEREO. the AnnU in m.m frvr tnuWufant activi Right entire people under martial law, and States mtd Ojaat FORTY HOURS. ia4n tits death stroke to .the Roy. John Glesoon, ArchbWhoo by the machine comes wJfch ties, which turned largely around n methods of Miss Katharine Klarer entertained the woman's rich to vote, and prior intimate contact with the The Forty Hours' Prayer will be- - of St Loals jtoeasa, Isaoed a eteae- - the court martial ito condemn its with a surprise miscellaneous Upsjtand in her victims to immediate execution or then are 40,0 $0 white women to work. It was stipulated by Mr. gta. next Sunday morn log with sol- - nens shower in honor of Mlaa Agnes Muraaplratttoos. deportation to foreign Jails. IrMfc LouJsriU who will more than offset O'Connetl he should be relieved of tnm nrra mass and expostuon.wt Bt. treatmHikt bride-stoaArohbsAsf)' ssaameat PMoe a wools civiHan population, To phy, akfl aniM4lnfl The Btaebkdthe 8,000 sssjro woman voters, ana the Directorship a early as possible, Denis flduiroh. These beawttful with a surin niuta tut tfarttd mi .1 nuantflia im 440,000 white women in tj aiul will be dirsatod by the ptsstor, lolUm! the the time of jwece, at the mercy of at prise' aluminum shower in honor of m n. court 't Midli1 iiliS Stat wU rowt Tabs Hart, Morrow upon" the jpsat weak 'a the. final Bar. rawer aoeuer, assisted by 'martial!, reareseate last' of Miss ogeortaa tor to promotion of measure of tyranny; and the wa Miss Murohr at the home priests 'from the city churches. and Ibntr 10,000 negro "women wna v, gum wuure vi uiiiw, wfeete Mary C. Black. c; REPUBLICAN EXPOSURE Rev. Jollh O'Connor Defends Ire- land's Struggle For Freedom. and Justice. Pro-Briti- sh Propaganda - Through Launched Subsidized Newspapers by Northcliffc. Courier-Journ- and Times Branded ns Unblusldngly al Aro h. Pro-Britis- AMERICAN PEOPLE ECEIVED. bell-clange- rs rape-puller- s. The Rev. John O'Connor, pastor of Holy Name church, has sent tho following to the press giving his views upon the situation in Ireland and paying his respects to our local papers, which makes interesting reading. Father O'Connor pro-Briti- sh on Republl-canmachl- e. Irish-Americ- Ire-land- 'g sup-ro- i i - -- '?(W'' 'Wff9ffftfr'mtmtm l ; mou-san- " 4??T"Jr?gTttrgsw r- Ire-inn- goody-goodi- es C anti-Iris- ' ia .( paganda formerly launched through subsidized newspapers by Lord Northcllffe, of the London Times. The tolling exposure of Britain's arguments and. designs by Archbishop Mannix, of Australia, In his addresses In American cities) from San Francisco to New York, In her effort to prevent recognition of tho Irish republic by tho United States, has thoroughly aroused British agents here. And let mo say that the completo blocking of propaganda In this country by the eloquent Archbishop Is the cause of English fury against him, and though he has violated no British law, he Is denied the right to free epeech and is held a prisoner in England by an action so arbitrary and unjust that the civilized world, even he people of England, havo cried out against the outrage. Nearly every day during the last couple of weeks letters purporting to bo from special correspondents In Ireland aro appearing In such unnewspapers as blushing tho Now York Times and Courier-Journand Tlntes, of our city, intended to offset the work of Archbishop Mannix and to swing public opinion In this country in favor of England's oppressive rule In Ireland and to discredit Irish: efforts tes. .of v -- - d born republic in the eyes of the American people. To rightly understand ireiana s position and her coiirso of action today, let it bo borne in mind that the people of Ireland, In two general elections recently, and hold under English law and restrictions, have by a vast majority declared free and independent; havo adopted a republican form of gov ernment, choosing members of legis lative, Judicial and executivo Docnes necessary to discharge all functions of government. There Is no doubt now as to the. earnestness or purpose on tho part of the Irish nation and she now approaches the nations of tho world, openly professing her intentions, and asks to be admitted Into the family of nations by duo recognition of tho republic of Irepro-Briti- sh pro-Britipur-rosoly Ue-aoK- It is plainly evident that there Is now a strong revival tn this country d proof the pro-Briti- sh anti-Irelan- writes: al w t i thom-Belv- es - i K- land. She seeks to accomplish all this In a peaceful and Just way without causing loss of money or life to any ono. She bases the Justtlce of her cause not solely on grievances against er 'r : yyyVyVVVyyVyyYyYVyy WARNING er - irn - -- -- ii, , iu -- a neighboring nation that has ror centuries cruolly oppressed her'and enslaved her, but eapcially on that n right to every peoplo to rulo themselves and direct their own destinies without let or hindrance from any other nation, and which right has been more than onco clearly and unmistakably pronouno-- . od by leading statesmen of our land. "That Just government derives. Its right from the consent of the governed," laid down by Jefferson, and Wilson's right of to small nations. iThese principles apply to alt peoples of tho oarth and especially to pies of tho earth and especially now that the world Is said to havo had a new birth and tho old order bf rule by mjght against the will of the Ipieoplo has been proclaimed as haying passed away forovor. Standing between Ireland and the realization of her hopes is the great British powor, maintaining Its centuries-ol- d position, as It has ever done, by military force alone. Notwithstanding pretensions that the militarism is crushed forever, we find today this very one glorying In the death of military control maintaining It in Ireland in the most hateful and oppressive manner. Ireland Is therefore destined to obtain her full liberty as eyery other nation, through bloodshed and suffering. She ia battling today ns best Bhe can "against her only opponent she small and weak, the other mighty and Influential. But she trusts In the Justness of her cause and that the nations of the earth, especially our country, dedicated to the cause of liberty, will not remain Indifferent or silent to her plea for recognition. That efforts to cast obloquy upon the people of Ireland, to misrepresent their purpose, to stir up the worst of all forme of hate religious hats now being put torih by such effusions as those of Charles H. Grasty In the Courler-Joarns-l. Willi come to naught because of the of the American people, is their confident expectaGod-givehigh-soundin- g on tion. , well-know- t. er-vic-as . i mr tw ituit ,; j- In every line of 'the two misleading and defamatory articles tn the Courier-Journof August 14 aad 18 against Ireland from, the pea of this correepondeM, it Js plain that his eouree was marked out tor him be- al (CouUnued on Third Pa.) j k&ZL$ 4K rss KENTUCKY IRISH flMERM. Caea facotro-- M, aA AAAAA AAAAAAj Wanted . PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ! Moid AdvMscciest d Irish Amcrfcam asd le the SoeW Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yenn Men'i Institute and Catholic Knights of America. KIRSCHBAUM SUITS POR STYLE, FOR QUALITY, FOR WEAR. 500 Civilians Wanted- - 500 Ex-Serv- ice Men KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Enttred at the LouIstIMb Pottettlce as Publishers UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINOLB COPY 5c Stcoad.Clan Matter. AMEIICAN. 319-32- 1 u.u i til cHMMkthiBi to to KENTUCKY IRISH Wist Ufarr SttHt. $40 $45 $50 I C NIGHT SCHOOL Conducted under the nuspiccs of tho K. of 0. Supreme Committee on Education K.ofC. EX-SERVICE non-CatholiSELF-ADVANCEME- Do you know of anything quite like stepLOUISVILLE, KY. BOOST THE PAIR. FREE TO AlX t ( c MEN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 1920 the matorlal welfare of a nation. The part played by women In Wa tory ha& always" been great, but, as the True Voice points out, her mls- BIon today is ot greater importance; to her vast field of social, education b1 and religious duties has been added thd political. Lot it not be said that suffrage, now that it is a faot, can be exercised in a1 spirit of Indifferent aloofness. There isi hero not a question of privilege, but one ot duty, and carrying tremendous responsibilities, especially In this country and during theso trying times. In questions of politics there are usually as many opinions as there aro .heads, and rJghtly so, but opinions when Bubjooted to tho tost as to their reasonableness and logic, must be either in or out ot hapnomy with tho baste principles ot right and wrong. This is the time for serious thinking and determined action. Wo are not expootlng a complete revolution of politics right away, but wo are positive that It proporly and judiciously educated to the use ot the ballot, tho influence women can wield can not be by unprincipled politicians. ed lt te tho duty ot every good cltl- zen, whether he or she comes from the city or the country, to Doost tne Kentucky State Fair next week. There's a treat in etore one, whether young or while enjoying yourself tbaitryou are boosting tho its products. REGISTER. Catholic women, should register and vote. "Whether or not you believe in woman, suffrage, it lis an fact, and anyhow women will vote for President In Kentucky ping into a new season in a new, smartly styled suit the last word in design and woolens? Particularly a Kirschhaum luit that will wear and wear and wear and will always look shapely and trim. f t c School will open September 23. Classes open to everybody. Entirely free to men upon presentation of evidence of military service; others may enroll upon payment of small tuitional fee. Classes will offer a practical education on any subjectjdesired. A class" in any one particular study will bo established upon receipt of ten or more applications. School is Jjpen to all as well a3 Catholics. c c A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR tor every old, and remember State and Please Make a Note of the Moderate Prices We Ask. The price does not mean anything till - you see the garment offered. t t c t t i c c t t Enroll now in one or more of tho following classes: Civics and Citizenship Accounting Journalism Commercial Arithmetic Advertising Penmanship Drafting Auto Mechanics and Motor Public Speaking English (Elementary Transportation Salesmanship Business English and Corand Advanced) Stenography and Typerespondence Spanish writing Bookkeeping Vulcanizing t t II c CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP -, Fill out this application for enrollment and mail in at once: I Name in full Street No. and Town I wish to enroll in the following classes: Mail all applications to I ( this year. Register and vote for America first and for the Christian principles you hold dear and help preserve Kentucky and our country. The vote of Catholic women, may Have Loulslvlle and Kentucky. TRULY CHRISTIAN SPIRIT. t t MnDTUWFQT rnRNRR THIRn .A1in w. - . .. .j ...... .. . IF.PPERSnN WllWtMUMLIWl f ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'I""'" PRESIDENT OR SENATOREE. If you want a President And not a Senatoree, Cast your vote for Jimmy Cox And pass up Warren- - "G." Jimmy Cox bet your sox. If elected to the office He would fill it to the full, Nor be a monkey on a stick " " TTT j THOMAS D. CLINES, REGISTRAR K. OF C. NIGHT SCHOOL, ST, XAVTER'S COLLEGE ed from Quincy Bay, Maste, whero she has been .the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John P. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McDermott have Just returned from Cinclnatl, where they were the guests of Mr. McDermott's brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cassln and daughter have returned from Springfield, Mo., where they visited their cousins, Mr. and Mrs C. F. Smith. - 9 I For Senators to pull Jimmy 'Cox bet your sox. It will be remembered that Wm. training that Offer the most expert instruction in practical courses and give that Hard, writing some months ago In Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagan, who It you want a manikin, produces Y. M. C A. Schools train and prepare you for a sucmen. Let the ' were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jasper tho Metropolitan Magazine, treated a cessful career. at some length the manly stand Just theSenatoree, Jimmy Cox j Hagan tho last two weeks, have ro-- l blocks to Put taken by Father A. Kazinczy, of And vote for Warren ''O." turned to their home at Peoria, 111. Cost Complete Courses Best Instructors New Equipment--Lowe-st Braddock, Pa., during tho strike of "Warren "G." woo Is me, Cur-ra- n Misses Angela and Genevieve tho steel workers. Whatever Hard's have returned from Victoria and motives may have been, his state- If elected to the office win. Port O'Conner, Texas, whero they ments were undoubtedly based on He would "pull it down, Commercial School visited their sHater, Mrs. J, W. HopTechnical School fact, and tho discussion they abused The "White House be a circus tent kins. was largely of a nature showing And ho a Senate clown, Shorthand and Typewriting Mechanical Drnwtnj BECKHAM CONSISTENT. sympathetic interest for the priest Dokkeeplng and Penmanship Warren "G." woe is mo. Machine and Tool Deslcn "William McDermott, a well known Donincas Law powers' repreArchitectural Drawing bulletin of the "Wash- who dared defy tho companies in- So Tlio official citizen of Madison, Ind., is there on Higher Accounting sented by the steel cast your vote for Jimmy Cox Plan neadlne and Estimating ington Press Bureau ot the Friends volved. a visit this week as tho guest of his Eolemmaanlp And pass up "Warren "G." Blue Print Reading relatives, Mr. and Mm. Thomas Advertising of Irish Freedom should convince Mr. Hard is not the only witness Let us have a President Structural Design Business Arithmetic Keenan. anyone that Senator Beckham was for the fearless attitude maintained And not a Senatoree. Concreto Construction Business English Jimmy Cox bet your sox. That Mechanics of Materials Business Correspondence opposition to any- by Father Kazinczy. consistent in his Mr. and Mrs. Ben Alberts anTelegraphy Commercial Civil Engineering KENNER TAYLOR. leader of the thing pertaining to Ireland's fight strike, William Z. Foster, has reEngineering Mathematics Commercial Art and DeSIgn nounce the marriage ot their daughWectricnl Engineering Credit Management ter, Miss Barbara lUberts, to Ernest for freedom. Beckham's voteis were cently written a book in which he COMING EVENTS. Cartooning Geometry and Trigonometry J. Gordon. .The wedding took placo Spanish and rremh Chemistry General and Industrial compiled from the Congressional devotes more than one passage to CI rll Service Course Show Card Writing undaunted priest. In on chapSentembor 27 Annual September August Jii. Record and leave no doubt as to Wa the wo Employed Boys' Course (Special) Drawing jmd Design ' ' ter read: "Through the dark festival of St. Patrick church in. attitude or bis opinion on. Irish af- night of oppression a bright beacon school hall. Sixteenth and Market Irs. John Wlllo entertained Frl- Irish and faire. uveniug wmu u. uuKmmi iiueu of (liberty gleamed from Braddock. etreets, afternoon and evening. Welding and Brazing Automobile School niece. voters and men who believe Ire- There the heroic Slavic priest, Rev. 2 Lawn foto Ion shower la honor ot her who willMiss Tho Sign of QsaUty Trsdateg October be Adolbert Kazinczy, pastor of St. grounds ot Church of Our Lauy, Rose Margaret Heverln, land's cause a just one can be just come a fall bride. Catholic Church, and Rudd avenue. as consistent in. (voting against Beck- Michael's Romanthe Steel Trust and Thirty-fift- h bade defiance to Misses Eda Schmidt, Martha ham in. November. It's a (poor rule all its minions. He threw open his Schmidt, Lucy Yeager and Lorena church to the strikers, turned 'his that won't work both waya. Call, Write or Phone for Free Circulars. Third and Broadway Phones: City 9121, Main 216 Ktllmeier left Saturday on a trip to services Into strike ntootlngs (?) ;! i! Lookout Mountain and later will go and left nothing undone to make DEPENDING THEMSELVES. to Asheville, N. C. the men hold fast Tho striking steel workers came to his church Misses Mary Joo and Cecilia In the newspaper accounts of tho from miles around, Protestants as WALSH'S LETTEIt. Mrs. Thomas Keegaa has returned Louise Sullivan, with their brothers, Belfast "riots" there is evident a well as Cathollca Tho neighboring O. T. Sullivan and Martin F. Sulli purpose to create the impression clergymen who ventured to oppose from a visit to Paducah Frank P. Walsh, who carried the BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY. van, 'have returned from A3bury enn.irr,nir.T.tIonH the fight for the life of Lord Mayor that Sinn Fein is to blame for them. men,Strike lost ithelr women and children flocked to Miss Mary Agnes "Walsh, returned Park and New York. CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS In some accounts, however, signifi- Father Kazinczky's, and all of them Monday from a visit to relatives m MacSwlney to the Whit House and Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. Mi& Fannies K. Wessels has rf" State Department, had a lengthy cant little paragraphs betray tho real stood together as solid as a brick . Chicago. turned from Memphis, after spend conference with the Secretary of HIGH SCHOOL K1GBTII GRADE COMMERCIAL. Father Kazlnczy!s attitude cause of the disorders. For instance: wall. re- - ing a .pleasant month visiting her aroused tho bitterest hostility of the ' Miss Katherino Malone Send for Bulletin. "Tho attempt of tho Orangemen to steel companies. T.hnv ,1M nnt riam HittkvI fmm a. mnnh'n KtflV lias CanO Bister, Mrs. W. D. Wilkinson, and Slate, and upon leaving his office ina .. ,, formed waiting newspapermen it hat a, w - drive all Catholics from the city is to do him bodily violence, nor to May, Mra. A. B. Wohlgemuth. the Seiretary had told him he did LIT US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH Y0TJ meeting with strong resistance." close his church by tholr customary! not know what could be done, Jillsa Kathryn Costigan. who lias ..,,. ftnm,.J,,,v would be Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Dolan left carrying 'legal' methods; but they tried And again: "Orangemen everything else. Unable to get the Sunday to spend two weeks in New. been spending the summer with her- doaQ qUjckly. the Union Jack attack Catholics local Bishop to ui , No diiricuity was experienced at viuuui, silence him. they ?"" ",i,a- . ' f1-wherever found." The attacks have threatened finally to strangle hist Orleans. the State Department in arranging boon deliberately planned and the cnurcn. to mis tne aougnty priest. Misses Anna ami Marie Doyle have companled by Mrs. Wellmuth. an jntervjew- jor air. Walsh with the 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE repneu uiat 11 iney succeeded he returned from Chicago, where tney British Government connives at Secretary. . His long record of Eva Karnes, of Jefferson-- , ..,, nu,.JZ,,i t would Phone City 6827 Main 1576-- J them if it did not Indeed directly in- Atppnln?put a monster sign up on. hla visited relatives. villo, who returned last week from Hv 'Thlcr rmwTi HoafrrtVA ffa, mado acceag to tao stigate them. The Catholics ot Bel- the Steel Trust,' and 'he would see1 MWses Elizabeth and Ella Kustts, a visit to her aun. MrsL C. M. Gar- - ,ab0T Department xr . mu Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases, and Dealers d ritty at Cleveland Ohio has left fast are simply defending them- max it siayea inere. SecrotarP, spent a wtc. wnen uiny mgnianu In Leather Goods for St. Joseph'6 Academy in Daviess Jvon almplfl,tlJno to foreclose on the church Ing at Edinbarg, Ind. selves. forth thB county. LOUISVILLE, KY. mortgage he (promptly laid the mat-- 1 tacts of his case, and then was in REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ter beforo his heterogeneous con- - Mrs. Austin Mulloy, Meadowbrook, terrogated by a group or newspaperGEORGE AND RUSSIA. Mrs. Jaspor Hagan an- men who awaited tho result of the Mr. and gregation of strikers, who raised the has been ontertalnlng for Miss Edna Sirs yonr boys aa saneaUon that will JOLLY DANCE. nounce the engagement of tholr conferenco with considerable internecessary $1,200 before leaving the Harria, of versallleai, prepare tbm tor life daughter. Miss Mary - in Elizabeth The danger to Poland from th building and next day broughtPresident Tho letter to Gladys Margaret and Misses George Wialtor Sutton. est Mr. Walsh road tho follows: Master Frank Fo.br Kellnor is vis Hagan, to Bolshevik Invasion Ss passing. Juat several hundred dollars mare. Then aa O'Leary entertained at their homo In College wedding will take placo In Oc- from "Dear Mr. President: Honorable tho Highlands Wednesday evening when It appeared that their cause the company ilnformed him that af iting In Frankfort; the guest of. Mr. The tober. ter the strike no more Slavs could and Mrs. William Weltrel. MacSwlney, the democrati- with a Jolly informal dance. Those Terence 1U W. Broadway, XiouUvllle, Sy. was Tropelesa, tho Poles turned and get work la the mills. Ho toldil Mayor ot ono of Ire- - present were Mltbcs Anna May Hoff cally drove the invader from their bor- them that If they tried this he would Miss LUliam O'Bryan has been vi Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McOann, lands elected Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. important mann. Eleanora Hoffman, Norrls Classical, Scientific and Business BIM Cleo and Emory cOann and, , largest , Is con' ders. Wa regard tho Polish victory do his Bevel best to pull all the Itlng her grandparents, Mr. and x Ran, Anna Mario Miller, Clara Kel- - Courses, Preparatory Department. LargeMr. and Mrs. F. E. Long left Tues- -, B Slovaks out of tho district (they are C. M. O'Bryan, at New Hope, Swimming' Pool, well Equipped oymaa jthe salvation of Europe. It the EnBland for thfl dol, Grace Carr, Charlotte E. day for Mammoth Gave. and later, tme bulk of the mill forces) and col ore hold nf Estelle Blleden, Gladys O'Leary, naslum. Terms moderate. Bolshevlkl had overwhelmed Poland, onlze them in the West. The prom Miss Nellie Lee Charlton, Pori in the week motored through the by the free peonies of the world to Margaret O'Loary; Messrs. John Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Germany would eoon bave been en- ised blacklist has not yet material' land, has returned homo aftor a trip jrass. be not only Innocent, but praise Hoffman, TSdwurd Mussler, Rae gulfed In tho rod tide; then Fiance izea.' to Akron, Ohio, and the East. He Is dying of starvation, Sergeant Patrick llionealoy, who worthy. attending physicians assert Kreamer, Floyd Burckel, Wllltam In the same chanter Mr. Foster Will-lawould Buccumb (and England would and his Designs & Estimates Famished KeHner, who has been was Injured In a etrAot car collision that unless Immediately 'released his Brumlevo, Clarence McDonald, Mrs. Fred Miller", Barnard Mtncb, Charles follow into the red ruin. Aa It la, relates that Father Kazinczy proInfirmary, is Amprov- - Monday, Is getting afong nicely and death will ensue within the next tested vehemently to tho Governor at St. Josenh's BLOW Hardt. English worklngmen are Bolshevist ot tho State ot Pennsylvania against, ing, news her friends wll be glad to will be out In a day or two. Ser- twelve, requested geant Kienealey ia alreal policeman by the hours. I have boen, American WORKS sympathisers. For that reason the action ot the State Constabulary learn. organizations of COLBY WILL GREET. and a guardian of the peace for over citizens of Irish blood, numbering Mechanical Air Engineers Lloyd George was willing to sacrifice In dispersing gatherings, in ono oaso years. Cummlugs, of South twenty-fiv- e Mrs. 'William Manufacturers and Erectors of millions in memhorship and eymra-thet- ic promtx make peace with Red even a group of school childreni. and Poland and Upward ot 1,000 Catholics, quotes a letter directed to himself. Louisville, "was last week tho guest affiliation, to appeal to you DUST COLLEOTINa SYSTHM ' Ruagta. One of the social fevents In Cath- to use your good offices to save his inent In social and welfare activities relating to tho actions of tihe Con- of her sister, 'Mrs. 0. C. Bell, HighWe Make a Specialty of Pipe olic circles In, Braclen county this life. It you could see your way in all sections ot the United States, stabulary, by the priest. "The pyra land Park. Work for past week was tho nlarriage ot Miss clear to make direct official or per- will meet September 12 for the anmidal impudence ot the State ConEARNING BLOOD MONEY. HEATING & VENHLATTNG ana L. J. Cook, sonal appeal to Mr. Lloyd Qeorgd, nual national conferenco of Catholic and son, Bessie Woodruff Mrs. Will O'Donnell stabulary," wrltea Father Kaxlnczky, Tho conferences will be 544 BAST JHFFERSON 8T. boem visiting both ot Brooksvill. at St. James we feel sure that this tragedy would charities. an denying charges ot Lord Northelitfe left $150,000,000 saults perpetrated upon brutal as- James O'Donnell, have tho Catholic university. LOUISVILL1I, KY. tho peace- hor mother, Mrs. John Harris, at church, Roy, Father JCorby official be averted. We therefore beg ot hold at Colby. Secretary of State, will a, ceremony, feere to be used tor English Ing at the ful citizens of the borough ot Brad- - Sholbyvllle. you to niakef this direct appeal, deliver tho principal address at the blood mou-efor the Tory flock prompts me to send la telegram either officially or In the came, of first general meeting on; Sunday BISnOP SAILS SOON. a Miss our common humanity." lre (a the United States and to tho IGovernor ot Pennsylvania, In farewelOMaty Langan. was guest at of evening, Soptem 12. What part wo party given In hosor have ortered to bring forth bt4bM tor the adueators to doctor which men voters are to play in civio Right Rev. Joaepl B. Schrerabs, two spdclfdc cases ot bestial trans- Clarence Dollar before Ida departure 'Members of Division 4, A. O. H., especially with relation to soour text .books 1 regard to our wra gression, ot their 'calHbg.' . . ." g BiehoD of ToJedo. vi& leave fori please for France. cial problems, as a result ot the wlU tickets make returns on Rome to nsWce his ad Qimtea visit to wth 'England. The whitewashing Fattier Kazinczy, If the tacts are at once to the under Taesday aSternooa a pretty wed-dl- a adoption of the! suffrage amendment, Misses Mayme Tosarly and Kats the Holy Father fa O stober. At the od vpfcoldfesg o der old .England as they have been represented, has up will Jeffersenvltle, have same time be wttl i md a band ot Clay took pkuee at St. John's church, by be one ot the questions taken JOHN O. DORSEY, U so eaay task t&eee days beoause actsd fa the tame spirit as one of Schnatter. of IHaBMs, Mich., on and Walnut. wea Henry C. the a pilerfcna from the UMted States o Meirman led to the aHar Mies KHa- - women's representatives ot Catholic sreat Fathers of tho Church Rone to Oraad tho Treasurer BHildlns Fond, organizations. viLteiBOtte eors, of hv and tfee would have, acted. He fought the pleasure trip. yana. Rome and the. I 51S East Jefferson. beth Catherine Mueller, the aeeom-Tory toots we sure smrnlwg their battle ot the weaker .group against pltahed da.tiher of ;Jtr. and Mrs. SCOUTS GROWING STRONG. reta-rBPRESENTATION AOADHMY. financially stronger grbbp. If brtba Moasy. Mrs. 0. P Wickaam has the Bmeet Mueller, Rev. lather Sc&uh-man-n he has gained any souls for Christ from Bloemtteld, where she spent tperfornifae Uie oeretnioay. Trench A. McCann, Secretary of Preeentatlon Acadeniar, under the BoMi young people are popular, and father, Matthereby, Ihis efforts are aW Khe mote tea days TfcMac her Council Position In Catholic church as or 1TOKAN SUFAGE. chars of the Sleterft of Charity of many of Uteif friends were present the National Catholic Wargremfc ac- ganist. Familiar with church music. C. B. ot be C. V. blessed. thew Wiekfcaau Boy Scout Bureau, reports Naaaretb, opened the) tan aeastea on " Tbs long dobaMA irotma tivities and that during the past Address "Organist," this office, visated Tuesday. An addition (baa been made to tender conaratulatlooa. ttffrf PADUCAH. Boneae B. Brederiek twelve months over 70,000 Catholic! to the academy durtak he summer, U teftt, and now ,ttat H is, the friends fa Bloeaktletd laat week. He feoye have entered the Scout moveBISHOP GANNON. tnts year, WW Warn Bred-rte- an extra teacher adi by ot the Knlghta POUND NEW REMEDY. qethm. to be answered to, ot Paduoah Counoll last week's meet- was aeeompUWhed CHy. lsi ment. The Boy Scouts ot the Cath-otiiJsVlUCaeiMl the laboratory faotll' et Kansas at Ma" Gannon, shurehes ot Washington witt aUftbt to wm ingColumbus T. M. Butler as Grand bow su woman' h te. the Riht Rer. Jefha Mark "and' new ckkaies foi and elected I was tired to live had vertigo Out International Federation graaanar and Auxlravry Bishop of Krle, ths TOtsr wsvoly and fWo4vly, and Knight, John J, Dorianras Obancelr Miss MaHtaret Banas and aroiher, academy are primary (mm. Dr. and rheumatism. of the dioeeae aiaee' the or Catholic Alwnn&e at the laying A. Lose, 334 Hast Naturopathstreet. 'WKil ISWt4)C high school departnM fcrem to OfttjkaHc moaMO. MajMtnlly mvmtj kw' J. M. Ootket as Beenatarr. and John g.TXanao, hare Market to daaah of Bishop Wtimauriee, has ot the foundation atone oi, tae Main 2481,. helped me wonderful. prlnei naj. Tke O. M. Hand aa BeewtaarT Trfc Ofty Iraeide as TMafa month's lMt a W we Sao MriUkataoMt ot vmmL Bmhon BhrkM t the immaeuMM uoness be peaed J uewM or tk Meiers been aemtnatad Bishop. and Mew Keren, Ooea. m bean vary nfeMr aaate Inr mmm( and eottneu tae jwat year1 and r to PManata- - Oannon was ehoesn. admlYsistnaeor at Um os Seetemher 23 and act as.Lawrenee tSchenk,,52 South Eightof Nasaceth la nasi. do dvrlac addett awides tor all who srt WaaaUn. ' edath street. the Moee in June. I laai tfcaa tor reunions ytoenm, J. oainny Ima rsjttm-- tion Aeadamjr, Mr. Jai high-quality high-quality Tho dying request of Lord Mayor MacSwlney that his death be not avenged on. those responsible for it shows a Christian spirit which would bo sought in vain in Ireland's oppressors. It Is the Christian, spirit of Ireland that is sustaining it in the criials through which it ds passing. "Without religion a nation in Ireland's condition today would be driven to desperation and despair. Ireland is strong In hope, because its people believe in a Just God. abovo them. And in that spirit they will "A BRIGHT BEACON.' Y. M. C. A. SCHOOLS COURSES OFFERED much-blam- ed steel-worker- s' Free-Han- d Irish-Americ- an "y 11-1- Fall Session Opens Thursday, September 23 SOD. I SOCIETY, JOJrIHS OOIIBGB I .. . lionnri - " 1 TAYLOR TRUNK CO. . - I use-Mi- ss I c.. vion.-trie- ,, bT'e St. Xavier's ,,'m Biro-de- n, Mt-M- oh -- LIBERTY PIPE I Baln-brld- ee propa-jpmti- ! ar-talr- sr :psoarxo:E&. MUELLKR-MEmMA- N. OKt-in- iey WANTED. k, ie wUrd pa-trtot- I ?: r rt,'-- . '"- - y, . J few? 7' V' '"fv Sy "?)" "..' HOEDIC1UOBCTr IHLMK AJMCEJWlOAI., The 1920 Slate fair EXPOSURE (Continued from First Page.) ClJ WBmmmmmDmKmmmxm "Speed Up With SPEEDS a CTj I fore hie setting his Toot in Ireland, . and this was to Jntorweave a llttlo Hand of Welcome to Extends the Glad with a tissue of base Insinuatruth tion and misrepresentation atf would Kentucky and Its Families effectively put a fair face, In tho eyes of tho American pooplo, on the Drutal British in the history of the ing in Ireland. tyranny now prevailTo make This Year's Show the greatest England fears Amerplane to plane 1,000 feet ican public opinion and knows that State.- - See Al Wilson jump from Mid-....- .. If the true Inwardness of her course above the earth. See the World at Home Shows on the bo known to tho United States, its FUk;,.c tU , Pr' - CaM-lof the world,. and see people will, oeasQ to speak of Prusn. aj-- h ..- ..way, mo i..w, militarism and oppression the great International Saddle Horse Show and the crowning sian one accord jjidll hold Britain and up with to the bar of puflicjustlce as a like of the champion. criminal, but one of doaper dye. So through newspapers like the Cour the State Fair, September 13-1Be With Us she proceeds to conceal (herher Fair Week September 2 there will self iniquitousascourse an$ make Sunday previous to appear a benign protector on be the great Religious Concert at the State Fair Grounds, the and benefactor or Ireland, and tho oWmq nP l.nnn nprfrr.t voices, the band of 100 pieces. Then the other hand to blackguard Sinn Irish people, representing the Fein, which, by the way, Js synonyyou will see the State Fair in the making. mous with of the Irish people, as a band of secret assassins led by some invisible power. If there bo murders occurring now in Ireland, and It Is only now and AAAAi!lAkAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAA; then that such extreme measures are resorted to by tho Irish poapJo, they QD can be attributed only to England's brutal coercive policy. Think of It, : people of Kentucky, every form of law and trial by Jury swept away, t and the people delievered over to an irresponsible and unrestrained soldiery, Martial law, which means no . law at all, but tho will oQ some capricious military chieftain, deals today with the people of this republic of Ireland. No wonder tho peoipJo speak In whispers no wonder they plot In secret, for no "one can say publicly even, "God save Ireland" t without immediate arrest, and after c a semblance of trial before a milic tary court found guilty of crime against the realm, then hurried away, .thrown into tho hold of a Brltisl convict ship and deported to some loathsome English prison, to remain there as long as it may suit the will of his oppressors. This Is tho condition prevailing in Ireland today, and for no other reason than t ; Its proclaiming its freedom. Can the people be blamed if they turn Upon their oppressors and wreak vent geance in any way possible? God has put In in the heart of man to Jf ' resist tho tyrant, and If the Irish today wage e. war, desultory and guerrilla-like, they are well within, their rights. If they deserve condemnation therefor, then, too, do the patriots who on April 19, 1775, from behind barns, hedges, fences and g other hiding places, poured volleys into the retiring ranks of the British soldiery, deserve condemnation. The colonists striking a blow for their rights were represented, to the English people by tnose tnen in power as criminals. Just as tho Irish (patriots resisting 3. tyranny today ara presented to the world, and by such hirelings as Grasty, as dan'gerous criminal con S: spirators. The land is prosperous, , we are told, and Ulster is satisfied, Defective eyesight la one of tho greatest drawbacks to the then why any need of a republic. If health and development of children. It is often responsible for there bo prosperity In Ireland, then ) It is because for the past two years backwardness in school. Perhaps your youngster's vision is faulty. ungianu Has not ruled in Ireland, It will not require much effort on your part to find out. You will and beneficent laws of a free people certainly be better satisfied to know. Our prices aro reasonable. are enacted. Prosperity in Ireland today, if such exists, is an argument "WE DUPLICATE OLD LENSES AND FILL OOULITS F-DA- &lr against rather than for British rule, for surely no one visiting Ireland in We Duplicate Old Lenses And Fill Oculists' Prescriptions mm im b ..wA.KK3Wi'pMrcwnga mr . INCORPORATED. the heydey of British rule could see any evidence of prosperity In .town Memory The or country. Much ado is made of Ulster, and writers like Grasty represent it as INCORPORATED lt of the Island. It Is called LOUISVILLE. KKNTndKY. tho prosperous North, wfhero peace and plenty reign. Thus aro the Also Makers of Oertels Dark and Oertels Light. American people misled and deceived. Tho truth is that the whole of Ulster is but of the area 4XSJ&u&Ae ZomhrOlmJ W. H. Silliman, Pres. Fred J. Klausing, Sec-Treof Ireland. It la one of the four provinces into which the Island is divided, composed of nine counties, five of which, by vote of the people, We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. have adopted Sinn Fein principles, Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. and are consequently dissatisfied THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF NAZARETH with British rule. For mere InroDa' INCORPORATED 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET ganda purposes the remainder of Ire ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF land the Eastern, the Western and Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. Central Ireland are all merged into Phone City 4S03 the South, and Americans are led to Phono City 4503 believe that It Is similar to the two OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD STREET 851 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. divisions we have in this country, Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and the North and South. The four v-- r Send us your Palm Beack Suits, Flannel Trousers, Ulster counties that give what is Oldest Bank in the State. Eor further information call at Presentation Academy. known majority Georgettes, Voiles and Organdy Dresses and let us Instead as a Unionist North of are, of being the Ireoleaa them land, only the northeast corner of Ulster, and bear the eamo relation In SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION THE "MODERN" WAY. size to the remainder of Ireland that the portion wof Kentucky lying west FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. It's different. Minor repairs free. Auto will call of the Tennessee does to the reAND CONFECTIONERY GDNN'S BAKERY mainder of the State. In two of for and deliver all work. As near you as your phone. England, headed by A. J. Balfour, Ireland has get her face toward these four counties lies the large city of Belfast, where there Is a dis who was (principal spokesman, went the sun of liberty and thero la never 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. OR CITY SOUTH tinct British ascendancy, which tries at once to Ireland, and in the cf$r to bo any turning back by comprobegan lta campaign mise or otherwise. That day has Phone City C574 of Belfast to exploit Ulster for Its own purposes. And It is favored by England against Home Rule. "Can you," he passed. For forty years and more, as no other city or part of Ireland pleaded with them, "Protestants of starving and downtrodden, ehe asks ' Is, though Grasty tells us thero is Ulster, allow yourselves to be ruled tor decent terms from her oppressor. the same law for the rest of Ireland. by Ignorant papists of Ireland?" In Those who Jed In those movements, But Ulster as a whole is not satis- this way was class arrayed against all carried on within tho Mils of the fied with British rule; indeed, the class, and the meanest and lowest of British Parliament, were treated as (llssatl&faqtlon la perhaps more prejudices aroused. It la used in criminals, just for the asking of N marked than In any other part of Ireland today, and now the New home government, and were ruthl, lessly thrown Into prison, as the Ireland, We recently had acoOunts Yorjc TImea and of violent outbreaks In Belfast and through their wtrlitor, Grasty, seek Sinn Fein of today. O'Connell and Londonderry, the two leading cities to Introduce the same unworthy con-- Parnoll. Dillon, O'Brien and Davltt, 326-2- 6 in Ulster. From this province have siaerauon into xae discussion 01 all languished for periods in prisons W. Phon. City 1717 come nearly all the leaders of iphysi- - Irish affairs In. this country, honing and their only crime wasi the ask .populaing for what Lloyd George hypocal force uprisings In Ireland, whilst to alienate the what are called constitutional move- tion of our nation from favorable critically states England Is ready to AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAftAlKtaUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ments for Home Ruje have Invaria- notice of the Irish question. But grant today. There is, indeed, an bly had as leaders men from the the American people can1 not be thus Invisible power behind the Irish More than once have movement itoday, and It la that central or southern parts of Ireland, Influenced. men like O'Connell, Parn&ll and they taken up the causa of small power that i& Implanted by the inFor tko sick and those tvbe nurse the sick lies in the fact that They gave free- visible .band of God in he heart of Catholic nations. Redmond. you know the medlclno prescribed by your doctor is prepared But let us grant what Grasty Bays dom to Cuba; recognized the South man, the right to be free. The 1916 by druggists who conscientiously compound prescriptions, In Dublin, carried on, not about equal opportunities for all, American republics, and during uprising Ignorant peasant boy, who being specialists in their work. even by tho administration, prosperity in one section and pov- Cleveland's day or night. We will call for It Phono us any hour of the erty In another, it ds still without with a, threat of war, defended Ven- was lured to .his doom, as Grasty and deliver your wants. force. . At the outbreak of the Revo- ezuela against British aggression. states, by a few schemers, but by nor ever was in the very highest typo of men, like lutionary War is 1775 there were in Ireland ie" the rebelling colonies about 50,000 rebellion against England. Neither Skefflngton, awakened tho fire of Tories, Loyalists, as they were call can. it be safd to be seceding; nor liberty and Independence in tho SECOND AHD CHESTNUT ed. They were the wealthy and eneaved in revolution. Ireland Is a heart of Ireland, and it will never Main 9102 City 355-3- 37 prosperous. They wished a continu captive nation, etrivlag to throw off be extinguished. Day and Night Service TJua body of Patrick Pearse lies ance of British rule. Now, it they the yoke of captivity. Never .has it yAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA)cA-ATfibkTbHwere prosperous, all others should acquiesced in British, domination. motderlng ia the grave, but his Likewise have been, tor there wafe Ever has it looked upon. England as spirit goes marching oa. the seme law for all. If they were the unjust aggramor, the unjust inWALSH IS NAMED. contented all others shougd itko be, vader, and has and does now; strugand yet this did not deprive Jeffer- gle to etJeot her, Ireland's position Dan Walah, Jr., New Albany, ea son's enumeration, ef Snglieb. wrooga Is exactly similar to Belgium's from toward the colonies t its iforee nor 1914 to 1918. Coukl Belgium1 be Monday received a permanent apor in render the etlon of the eotoniee In called rebellious or seceding years, pointment as a First Lieutenant of 619 W. BROADWAY PH N CITY 3767 Infantry in the Regular Army. The throwinc off the BMtlea yoke fts un- revolution when, dwiag thoae It strove agataat' the occupation of appointment la the result of an exI BSSSkMBBSflBKy wise or wnJMet. The prlnei(Mil, end whet is iatend-e- d the land by the German, forces? amination taken, recently. Lieut. You allp them la aad Mp h now writer like Surely not So it is with Ireland. A Walsh was aasigned to duty with the' D IMll EtATissksrMSk r out, them GruMy to be the most effective foreign loree is there by no right, Twentieth Infantry and was directed gas or ooal In, turn INCORrORAXBD rssnffijBMG&sv Burn weapon gainst reeognltion of the only by might, aad Ireland's posi- to report at Ft. Benjamin' Harrkwo, ktOHt. "II RnwCLfi2SHSB ad eati. ' nob be (mltaiiapoUs, within ifoanteen days. "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER fmJIiwSEllflw' frith revubMc, is the stirring up of tion te ward. ; STRAIGHT CREEK," reltgkrtui rancor and hatred. Buelaad oontoared to the Southern Confeder- Cleat. WMeh was the Demtieitttie ' ItlwIiBsssssssssBlLssssssssssH has always to k When acy, nor wen to the' American col- nominee for Representative) from. E. G. HEARTKK "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." Floyd oou&ty. In a letter addressed verytttlag alee faUed toer. la June, onies ia tfc RawttlttUoa, 1891, Vhea, iCbe CHaaetone Home kt afroor, moNi'juat, te- atruggiwr to JWward .Meyer, Demeeratlc Coaa-t- y Botk PImhm 3 15. 315 GutkrM IS liXT lOADWAY OhalniHHL ia New Atbaagr, he nciand, Uha w tttat of tfca fhhmanim fcv akuaioat Sni mu MORROW, Xanagar. S. MaTIGMLH, tfae raee. T. J. withdrew from OJty MM large majority, a floatation from tfae oelooiea. -- jot n. .- -- LOUISVILLE at 8. ier-Jour- 1 three-fourt- hs CEMENT COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF We Invite You to This Grand Concert " USE SPEED PORTLAND CEMENT BRIXMENT BLUE RIVER LMI-AND E ( HOME K I SI WHITE STAR HYDRATED LIME J- - LONG DISTANCE FOR RESULTS. J- - . . SPEED BUILDING. LOUISVILLE, KY. J- - death-dealin- ,s- - DRINK . The Louisville Home Telephone Co. flERTELS v mMmmu9 a jp a Drink that Leases' Pleasant OEKtODEX Consider Your Child's Eyes tWUERI i- - m VV1lVyy as OLH CO. one-ha- one-four- th THE MODERN WAY CLEANERS AND DYERS Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' NAZARETH COLLEGE OOaD03SER -- till OO p x. v , 1920. National BanK of KentucKy 2362 QUALITY AND SERVICE. DON'T FORGET THAT DR. T. J. SPEEJRS DENTIST GREAT CONSOLATION QRAY-VO- Courier-Journa- AIXMEN PURE MILK ma J.ff.r.on non-Cathol- ic Sanitary Milk Co. HOME OF IS THE ASK YOUR GROCERS." not-no- THOS. J. BR0CAR h Franklin Gas Burner Automobile Repairing Accessories Tires Tubes Dy.rpro-BfttM- Byrne Speed Coal Corporation J. 1 Her-poaWe- a iiiri Strt. - A. . snjpwijrfpt BCBvorajoxrsr xjatxmjx AJkM&OAJBr. Why Louisville Gas & Electric Company CT3 t $oc CD r ,' I m Jvx '' .A " : . .. ml 7 Per Cent. Preferred Stock Is a Good Investment. t, J& ? '' " t. OR. Electric and Gas Services are indispensable to modern cities, because they are cheaper and more con- venient for the people than any substitute Some industries slacken or. close down in dull times. Our service properties work every hour in the day, every day in the year never take a vacations If b CT3 ' The largest part of the company's business consists of supplying electricity for lighting power and heating. In 1914s we served 23,254 electric customers; in 1919, 40,384 customers. During these five years the consumption of electricity in Louisville has jusf doubled. demands are greater than ever. t' Present, day k Xk : . r b w t ', .4 Ask Our Investment Department For Complete Informiaton Louisville Gas & Electric Company of Kentucky Telephone-M- ain 2182,; City 2182 , 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET WILL MOVE SOON. wJtsmS mlKra7 V& MENS FURNISHINGSi 0,408 W.MARKET SX.&Z' A NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE CHAHLESTOWN, IND. Season now open. New dlscoreriea Will) JMIYCII II11I09 Ul UIIU6IB1UUIIU WWU- dcra and two routes make It the grand trZ of all the known smaller caverns. "Trolley," Take the Cliarl-stoIntrrurimn Station, Third Street. Auto parties will find good roads all the way. Cave open all the time. Meals, refreshments, ete. Of Ten Or Special Kates To Itu-tlBsssssssssLssiflssssssssHftissBNBossn&Bt INDIAN CAVE visit BEAtrnroi. J 'TBallHXt Write Indian Ky. aayiJWMaam'JJl.' rhono Shawn to Cave Oo Louisville, 19 15. NlV u AND SLIGHTLY BOUGIIT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED OLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OP THE MOST RELIABLE DEALERS IN THE PALLS CITIES . "' USED CARS BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY Incorporated 405 WEST BROADWAY LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSONVTLLE I DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT; 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Removal of tho inmates ot tho QJ.ABSSM FITTED Visltatloa Homo to. tho now quarters recently purchased will take IsssssskWilBHiH BBST place In tho near future, as the plans klassssssU4mTH 8EBTZOS for uniting the three houses from XBAJsOir-A951 to 9G1 Fourth efcreot will soon be completed. Tho ground has a frontage of 190 feet and when alterations and additions aro completed DR. JOHN P. BECKER will mako an attractive ihomo for working girls wiho navo no homo in OPTROMBTRIST. tho city a place where they aro not only sheltered, but protected morally 315 Stark Bsuldimt, Third Floor Fearth and Walaat and physically, as tho Sisters of lorcy In charge have the weitar or Phone City 1 180 the Inmates at heart and look constantly after their comfort and their PRICES THE LOWEST surroundings. Many a girl owes her position to the efforts of those responsible for the homo, and everything that is possible Is dono to safeguard and look after those girls away from their "people. With tho LarHsU,K.' money paid on 'the subscriptions to tho Tiomo In the drive last spring cash was pald.for tho Fourth-avenu- e property. Tb"o September Installment is now duo and this and the S. December payments will bo used in making tho improvements. At the JNO. P. MORTON & CO. homo at present are eoventy-flv- o young women with many asking tor INCORPORATED accommodations, and tho new noma, with a capacity of 200, will be able Established 1820 LoulsTille, Ky to supply this need. OFFICE OUTFlTTISlftS FATHER MEAGHER'S JUBILEE. STJriONERS PBINTBRS On Wednesday the Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, 0. P., who had beon an ordained priest in the Dominican Watch Crystals Fitted 90o years, celebrated order twenty-fiv- e Watch aad Jewelry Befaldsg the event at the Dominican convent in New York City. In order to help The Eadina Jewelry Shop the celebration tho different Domin408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. ican congregations .throughout the country put forth extra efforts to inNext to Rex Theater crease the membership of the Poor Open Srealiigs Until 0 P. M. Boys' Society, en organization established by Father Meagher to help educate for tho priesthood young men who are unable to help them- GLOBH SSOTJIUTY LOAK OO selves. The yearly membership is a ftieeiveraUa, special memberships for dollar, with A. JLawlt, Maaajer larger amounts, and a mass Is said ovory day for the contributors. It Is Moaey Advaaced o Yoht Fiala Hete gratifying to loam that they had a 819 West Jestersea 9ret to present Father large purse (Second Fleer) Meagher Wednesday, to be used for Hoae Phone city 2987. this laudable purpose. B aMJKjfB jBHH MMI nBHV XXSS TBSTBD KENTUCICY STATE FAIR. Home Phone City 2383 The Kentucky State Fair will be formally opened tomorrow afternoon with a chorus festival in ithe Horse Show building and many will take advantage of this opportunity to get a preliminary look at tho grounds. The Scotch Highlander Band will Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woolen mills also bo an attraction (tomorrow, this will maka no reduction in prices; there will sure be a shortage. being the famous British army band that served at the front. Tho entries in tho horso'show thla year STORE comprise somo of ithe beat animals In tho country and spirited contests Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street ate anticipated. The Midway shows and carnival attractions ore a little above tho ordinary this year and will be enjoyed the city folks. State Fair Secretary G. Carney Cross has HARVEY-JELLIC- O been working llko a Trojan to perfect arrangements for the opening (XNOORPORaTK)) and is to be congratulated on the showing he has made in the first " year ot his Incumbency. The Company With theCoal and the Service. EDW. A. AXMAN UP-STAI- POPULAR PRICE TAILOR COAL CO. HELPING CITY WELFARE. or industrial activity Louisville contributes more to the welfare and convenience ot its citizens than the Louisville Gas and Electric Company. Tho splendid service Tendered our people should appeal to our civlo. organiza tlona and Insure the company the active support and endorsal of all their mempers. The business man, the home, every branch, of human endeavor is indebted to the company for its well being and progress, and there Is not a housekeeper dn Louisville who has not found her work made light and easy by the countless household contrivances introduced by the Gas Company. It would be almost impossible to compute the benefits conferred by this big organization that has the wolfaro ot our people at heart and has splendidly with every progressive and dosirable movement for the pubIn No business greater Yards located at Fifteenth andJMagnolIa. Yard.at First and A. Yard and EloTator, Fopo and Payno Streets. Both Phones at All 1 ards.- (tfr4eoae)a)i Ul BANKON, I1 PmWwt Ml Miaiftr. P. BAMMN, Jl, Vki Fm. tid Trias. 9 R BANN0N PIPE !! CO. i i f Sewer aad Calvert IMpe, Bsbhcb s Fateat Lidded Pipe far Steam Ceadalts, Wall CaaiB, Drain Tile, Vltrllea IrlcK, Fira Praela Five L1b1b& Fire BricH Grate aad Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Cfclaaay Taps, OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. irORKS-Thlrteaatk- aad lic good. aiaaiaaaa)aaoaaaaaiaa)aaiaaeeasi 1529 WEST MARKET STREET PHONES CITY B73.1786.ECUMB. MAIN 507. Breekuaridge and Ninth ass! Mdalia. ATTENDS RETREAT. Funeral Directors ' and Embalmers ; WINS DEATH RACE. ' I Ctmfc. Mai It BOTH PEf07CCS. 29S-- a lMiiiinniimiii)uiin"t"""""""""" AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Hwm City 3998 Right Rev. Edmond Heelan, Blshoo of Sioux City, won ithe long race with death to Ireland to see hkj aged mother, who died after his ar ur ', lORANW. SMITH'S SON!! Funeral . Director rJt and 10. Embalmer rival, according to a cablegram received in Sioux City .from the MINBRAIi WATHR years Blahop. She wm eigbdy-foParkway 405 old. For many months the Bishop had planned to make Ithe Joog Jour ney to ithe bedside ot mb nuHner, POOLHY FOR HOSHY. for several tfho bad been Loans to those having regular years, but something always interso pahHalty plane aad it was not r red or salary, with hoaaakeeven fered with his tape. Loans to ago that he wa until a few weeks aeearity.' able to etant for Ireland, When, he a their verseaal left Sioux .CHy hte mother wa in a F. R. FOOUaY, serious conditio- and ha; feared that Hmb 1, Cewrler-JovraBtrtldlif, be wtould arrive too late to see her t 415 8. Few ullve. bed-rlddes - adelphia diocese has boen held at St. Charles Borromeo Theological Bemlnary, at Overbrook, Philadel phia, and several hundred business men of that diocese, "as well as some prohinont men from other places, PARRAKEET have given up three days in spiritual rev-and prayer. At Kneralwater & Grocery Company instruction year, Just ended, tho. Judge treat thl Incorporated Father Matt O'Daherty attended. FOR TBOa BBNHFIT OF YOUR Terence Shealy, S. J of Now York, was the retreat master,. KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKKKT DOUBLE JUBILEE. For several yeaas past an annual retreat for the laymen ot the Phil- THOMAS KEENAN ky M4ff US ltt'B Mate 3J9-- t al The Slaters ot St. Dominic, at San Rafael, Cal., celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the religious irofes-ftio- a ot Mother Mary Louie, Mother General of the order asd bead otfhe Dominican. Convent (there, on the teaet of St. Hose ot Lima. The golden jubilee of Sltlter Mary' Clare was aleo honored oa the same date. SACRED HEART JWSTXBAI. Fnnral Director 1X1.T19 H. CHaWrXOT and Embalmer LODISVILLJt, R. gVVVVtVVVVVVVjVVVVVtt,VVV SOMXPBOMKSft CUMBKSLAND MAIN 3871.7 I Bto-eo- J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS m VISITHD RMTRBAT. Rev. Father Jerome, C. P., the matter f aovlees, was la Detroit leat weak with aorae t Urn other tethers of the prevfee, teekiag ever a saw fouadaUoa for a bouaa for the Paaaioalat order. T. E. Yann Dairy Co. laaorparatoa ifc-51- BOTH I PHONES SOUTHEAST limn mi it COKR ... SIXTH AND ZANE STSt 0 lOtfTB IBaASi WHaiL aUBAtt W. Rer. Father Alphoneue Krulpp, 0. P., Teeter of Saered Heart Retreat, who bee been, ia the South for several weeks on aeeoHBt of his health, baa returnee aad resumed Ms duties. aad novtoos are Fa-tket- e ' TostANaal rJsed erer 'Ms xeeowy aad SS 3sit r; " iwavvvi AND EMBALMERS. i&dCctlxi mtvmmis. !) JKIC'INCJOBCY xhucmi: jkJMo&mxojkJX. ' FT m" n n v" ' ' Ai,, ' y?. -, OCTOBER WEDDING. wmt i- -il I "Sfc, . tV-,.V- .. 4 Making Your Parks Really Yours ' t daughter, Teresa Pstroastta, to Joseph M Scltos&eachler. Tho wedding will take placa October 20. HOLIDAY MONDAY. Monday will bo a holiday for our Jewish cl&tsens and all will ceaso business. It 1m their New Year da'y and will be observed with special services in all their synagogues. VISITS OLD FRIENDS. Ala., wa & guest of friends here And, to Shelbyville teat week. He has been wKh the L. & N. railroad a--t -- Mr. and Mm. Prank Sehmltt announce the engagement sf tMr t You are really proud of Louisville's splendid park system. You place a high value on the breath of pure country air they previde v 7y -' for ceoped-u- p city folk. You, as a citizen of Louisville, own them. But have you stopped to think (hat they would be yours in name only without an efficient street car service that makes them yours in fact? Measure the value ef a service that enables you to take one of these l " rides into the heart of nature. " DOUGLASS BOULEVARD TO IROQUI5. PARKLAND TO CHEROKEE. HIGHLAND PARK TO SHAWNEE. r less efficient? Would you have that service Isn't it vital to you and your city that the street car service be made more and more efficient? -- James Murnhy". of Btrmlnaham. 0 Birmmgbam years. lor? the past fifteen -- LOOKS FOK DEATH. This Js Your Problem. AN OUTSIDE VIEWPOINT. Tho longer this high class roll Figure It Out For Yourself. ing stock goes without needed repairs and renewals, tho more money tho company will bo forced to ask of the public in tho end. Editorial, Tho Louisville Times. - JW. S. SPEED, Chairman. " JOHN W. BARR, Jr., W.H. KAYE, Executive Committee. H.BOSSESON Funeral Directors ASK FOR ARCHBISHOP 3IANNLY. Lord Mayor MacSwlney, of Cork, 101 is toGareerated Brixton Prison and lww been on & hunger amice sinco August 12. passed a very bad night Wednesday and complained again Thursday Tfibrning of dizzi ness, according to a "bulletin Issued early by .tho Irteh uon League. He also experienced numbness In his legs and arms, and a physician who attended him considered him much weaker than, he was Wednesday. The Lord Mayor was visited Wednesday night by Father Patrick MacSwlney, a cousin, who said he was surprised to find the prisoner so welL He expressed helief that the crisis would not come tor three br four days. The noon bulletin Issued by tho league stated that signs of atrophy of the skin had appeared, and that as a consequence tho Mayor's arms were being massaged and bandaged. After visiting Mayor MacSwlney Wednesday evening tho prison doctor told hie sister, Annio MacSwlney, that .her brother was tin a very gravo condition, according to a statement issued by the league this morning, and that there could be only one end to his continued hunger strike. "Tho doctor" asked Miss MacSwlney It nothing could be dono If flhe- - could not appeal to tho Mayor," continues the statement. "She replied ehe would not ask her brother to give up tho principle of his life; that England had no Tight to imprison him and that ho could not submit to England's imprisonment without acknowledging her right to deprive him of 'his liberty." who MAKING NO MISTAKE. r Delicious Doughnuts the betfer kind made with i I FJLDUR DOUGHNUT RECIPE 1 1 AW5TIIS 1 egg 1 1 pinch salt pinch nutmeg cup sour milk or cream" cup sugan Is used, one level teaspoon soda in milk, and one of shorten One teaspoon baking powder In Arlstos Flour. Flour for stlffl batter, that you will have to scrap from spoon. Sweot on souc ttVj may bo used. Jng. If milk EWING'S DAIRY and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 600 E. BROADWAY 8lWSSSSSSSSW'.T PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. iesssssssssssssH W YWgssssssssssssssssssssBfel tw'r J v&M - ? .u VJJ ywa NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR. FOURTH AND O STS STIFF HAT RENOVATED Avoid tho rush by consulting us now Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Suf HAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING ficient Guarantee For My OUR SPECIALTY Knowledge and Integrity UESlsVS" " ERED.jCTLOEMKERS TgHTJl v "J ffB r 1 If It's For Sale Give He a Call ALBERT SMITH, Prop. REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER City 5101 835 W. Market St. 314 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. Both Phone THE VERY BEST MONDAYS FINE VARBLE NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS 0NL7 HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES 3&AIN OFFICE, 80S W. MARKET City 6443; Main 2434 SUITS DRY CLEANED, PRESSED LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S tfrX.Zt) EPPINQ'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 Falls City Cleaners and Dyers SHEPPARD MFG. HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING THE 00. Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. Tia Roofs Repaired aad Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty SOI! 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Successor 'to ZSRR & HOFFMAN JCteos rf gssskes Wests BAST JSFFUKN 8TRBBT tx T xars x.ams WM. P. BANNON OOHTXAOTIKa Ottgr 3310 VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING Jlty PLAJTKlJt Oaats. f.JLC4 BROOK AND BLOOM i Jt., Shawns 1SIS-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated CTBMBKAL JOHN B. WATHEN roiurEEUjui movuni ami FACKDM ' TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR FIGMIOS AND ' VJKAYJWHJE partus" WlXaj LOWt 11M WEST KAOT ITRaWr on Every Sack Catholics in their opposition to Bolshevism or Socialism do not mako the mistake of defending- the modem system of property owner ship that goes by tho name of capitalism. Thoy defend prlvato ownerRESCUED BY AMERICA. nlx one may reasonably consider Its ship but not capitalism. As a new former action merely as a trlbuto to pamphlet of the National Catholic Gen. Mangln, who commanded abstract justice and morality. But Welfare Couhcll on "Bolshevism In the Allied and American troops all In what was It3 purpose? The fact that Russia and America" has it, (they the battles of Chateau-Thiorr- y and the coses of the two dignitaries are do not defend that "society in Belleau Wood, la addressing the somewhat identical, but tho .treat- which the predominant means of Knights on tho occasion of their ment of them by the dally press production and distribution aro own- laying a floral offering at foot widely different, glvea one a clear ed and controlled by a comparative- of the American flagstaff the the NORTON BUILDING suspicion of propaganda. No one, ly small part of the people, while cemetery at Romagne, was ut "emso especially a Catholic, wishes ito deny tho proportyloss section, which Is phatic in his appeal for the friendN. W. Corner Fourth and Jiff irsin Cardinal Mercler the lionor done very dargo, Is forced by the ihard ship of America that It was evident, him by tho dally papers, but why facts of llfo to worlc.for livelihood aa In the speeches and conversations are tho editorial columns not run- on other people's property for other of other Generals officials, that BEST CHEW ning over with not worda of con- people's primary advantage and Francs cared Jlttloand Cleans by Air Alone. for any other to- profit," demnation of tho British conduct country when her affection for tho Phono Us For a Demonstration. Tho programme of social recon- United States was brought into ward Archbishop Mannlx? Ho haa Bourbon County been arrested by an- officer of the struction of the Blshopst, in the comparison. With tears In hla eyes actually, not technically, as was words of this pamphlet, "rejecta the hero of Verdun painted a word law, UNEQUALLED SMOKE Cardinal Mercler, upon tho Jilgh capitalism but not private owner picture of how when France had Incorporated seas, and not In occupied war territ- ship." And it is further added: "As back to jthe wall America came her to 333-33- 5 ory. He can not visit Ireland and long as capitalism stands we are not the rescue and renewed her spirit. Beta Ffcoata tUl WEST MAIN ST. his aged mothor because iho has told safe from revolution." C J. BOBNBKDWR, JR, lfmiw He asked that tho bodies of the City 1 aln h boys who had died ithore Hlllalro Belloc, the great tho truth, about England, Ho is a "to conse martyr to principle but the only historian and student of so- crate this land with thoir blood" be ideal whloh the press recognlzoz Is cial questions, in a new' pamphlet of left where they lay, and ho begged the supremacy of the master across the Catholic Truth Society, while ex- the Knights to take back with them the seat It does not pay to Injure plaining the rise of Bolshevik and to America the plea of all France axrvxxxr bsm t craosAurv tho feelings of the men higher up. Socialist agitation, says that "indus- ror the continuation of the sc south ' sntasrr Are Catholics going to stand for trial capitalism has so tortured friendship botween the two this? Heroism, like (truth. Is objec- mankind wherover it has spread its aawTWonr LouisviiiLB tive. Tho heroism of lArohblshop abominable Influence that men have Director William P. Larkln, who Mannlx should be given the samo sought their way out of it, as they came homo In. advanco of the pil- AT PACTORY PRICES. consideration, as that of Cardinal seek their way out of a place In grimage, declared that the are the EaSV terms. Phnnn 110 tnr fivu which they suffocate, or In which French were taking of tho graves of Mercler. Catholic Bulletin. they are in peril of burning to the American dead In Franco could trial on our 1920 mortal In vmiir fsfjnfef mi Mswati Kt UhtWMti TntM SLOWLY BUT SURELY. death." not ho Improved even by the most homy. ,, Dr. Uriah Z. LItsty Itallan Catholics represented by a devoted of tha boys' relatives. He We repair any sewing- machine. Director William P. Larkln, of the propaganda and ptudy organization asserted that though It wae Ids own Chirsysdlst IC of O.i who has just arrived from In the Popular Union and a apolitical personal opinion that the question 897 eaya France is recovering organization In tho Popular party was one fbr relatives ito decide, he J. C. DORSEY & CO. BBBBBBBSW Europe, Stark slowly but surely from tho effects have long looked upon capitalism as was sure that, did they decide to SalMia of the World War. An Instance of an evil that has grown up in de- leave the graves Intact as thoy are City COCO Batk Phases what the French have done In re- fiance of the Catholic church. The nowv they need have no fear that covery lies 4n tho fact that despite national meeting of the Italian Con- the cemeteries would receive any- 642 E. JEFFERSON ST BEET their loss of over 50 per cent, of the federation of Labor, which Is a thing Jess than the mo3t superb men between the ages of eighteen Catholic organization, passed a reso- care. NEILL-L- A Seme Phone, City 4300 years tha French lution declaring that the present and thirty-fiv- e Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-cropla this yean wero &e plentiful as system has failed and that it must PREMIER AND THE MARTYR. before the war. Road building has be superseded by a new system CO. The heartlessness of Lloyd George progressed swiftly and the recon- conformable: "to the Christian social In , refusing to release the Lord Hubbuch Sr. & Son INCORPORATED struction of the devastated areas is principles of justice and human Mayor of Cork In order to iprovent Dealers In delayed only hy a shortage of mate- brotherhood, and to the undeniable his death is not 'helping tho cause of rial and the shortage of men, for demands of a society based not England throughout the world. It Is MILL AND WALL PAPER AND BUGS France still finds .need to maintain upon capital but upon tho labor ot another case of British otupldity FALLS CITY HALL BLDQ.. an army of nearly a million men, man, which capital ought to serve." which outdoes the malice of the FACTORY SUPPLIES llM-liFrom Germany, too, comes an- Premier's act. Marshal Foch explained to Director WEST MARKET ST. No doubt, Lloyd Larkln in a brief sentence France's other pamplilet. written by Father Georgo expected to crush LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS reason for keeping this huge army: Henry Reach, S. J., where similar spirit of resistance by Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 Dry Cleaned aad Pressed "Though peace has heen signed," ideas are expressed. "Capitalism refusing all clemency. He might as $1.7S WorK Galled for and Delivered declared the Marshal, "there da no and Christianity," lie says, "are op- well try to crush one of the moun peace and we must be prepared," posed to each other like tire and tains of Ireland by striking it with PALACE GLEANERS & DYERS Telephone" City 2742 water." The following summary of his nana. The spirit or Terence LOUISVDIiLH GLBANBB8 A DYERS Incorporated pam- MacSwlney is the spirit of his coun VISITING IN ENGLAND. the recommendations of this 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. i- phlet te to be found in the Buffalo try at this time. Death has no ter Archbishop Manndx last week, loft Echo: "Against the capitalistic sys- rors for him or for his countrymen 13XPKRT CLEANERS OP LADIES London, and accompanied hy Bishop tem Father Reeeh pleads for what In the couse af tlfcerty. Wo wonder OAX8 Fogarty, o IClUaloe, and Canon he calls a regime of genuine social whether aa much could be said of AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING Ob r&rnitsr. Siaaoaaa ana otfcsr ?m Barry visited Major vaughan, a and solldarJetie economics, in which Lloyd George. APPAREL sonal Property at XowMt jtats la brother of the late Cardinal and prrvata iprofit la eliminated and the The spirit of Ireland can not be PB0FUT8 FXOTrDJDrr Father Bernard Vaughan, at the adequate suyp-l- of all t&e; legitimate overcome by Inflicting merciless ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager ASS80IATI0K family seat of the Vaughan family, wants of the whole nation become cruelties upon her people. That is j. Incorporated Arch- the governing toiw: in which labor, the policy of the British Premier Oourtrfeki In Hertfordshire. 8. W. Cor. Third aad Walnut Sts. bishop Mannlx, while President of both corporeal .and mental, ts a and his Govern meat. That is the 203 COLEMAN BUILDING Maynooth, was an dntinwte friend of duty, an honor, and she right of policy that has .Inspired the attacks IPs Bay Rags, Scrap Iros, Mitals 8. B. COR. THIRD AND JBFFHKSOW every man;. in which the laborer la Belfast and In Derry. But that the late Cardinal and hfe father. Rubber and Paper Stock will not longer be a slave, but a free policy can not stand aigalnst the uniJOHN ASSENT LOUISVILLE WAIT? man; in whleh such will be pahl SACKED BY BRITISH. versal condemnation of tho ltberty-lovlu- g ix the work be does for the AHd the people of the world. MATERIAL GO. PIAKO TUNER The sacking of Queeoatown, Ire- common weMsrs, aad prices will be world does condemn the ImprisonWJjSX OTsTFERSON ST. ' 6 land, la described In press dispatches gauged hy the yardstick of justice ment of the Mayor of Cork and it lOaO EAST BURNETT AVWUB as having been, carried out by Brit- and fairness." does demand his release. We note Home Phone, City 1109 r ish aoldlem of the Canvwoa HighIn the United States the opposi- that even the Chicago Tribune calls LOUIgVILLa - - --. - KENTUCKY Home Phone, ,Clty 8398 Uadts, wftio broke from ifaeir tion to eapttesiem is sot so wide- for the release of MacSwlney. When land quarters land Invaded the shops and spread as in Europe. But It will such a organ takes this dwellings of the xepubUesns. These grow here, as It ha grown there. stand we may he certain that Amer- City 83S Wsst 868 St. Matthews 67 Crassest 21-- L .say that shop windows in all It is better to eorsststl Socialistic ican pubile opinion is overwhelmadvices tofee ntrinetpal J, W. HB8XAMP A streets were smashed opposition to cslpHaMsm by restor- ingly against the malicious stupidity and that six shop were' wreoked aftd ing prlvata ownership to the work- of the British Premier. BUILDBR OF HEAVY TRUCK Maty-fodamaged. Superior ers la industry, and thus mates them The former Lord Mayor of Cork City Elevator aad Warshowa BODDsS. GL08SD CAB AKD it was reported,- - later taduosd strong as individuals and as brothers was murdered in cold bleed hy juaj, unua ana FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY in, their worklac the men to return to task huts. British mhktone. The treatment of Tie Home of 9 "QuJitj Terence MacSwlney has hesnao less aSKSRAL BLACKSMITH WORK GIVEN SURPRISE PARTY. OLDEST GIRLS' SCHOOL, cruel. Could anythiag be nobler Sst S. FOURTH ST. AND QsJck Serriee aad QaUty than the request made by the dying SIS N.' FEPTlsmNTH ST. A surprise party was given Thurs2aaraa4eed The historic VrsuHns Coarentaod prisoner that his countrymen inXHet day evftoiac to Mr. aad Mrs. J. B, Cottage at New Orleans, wbfch thte no retaliation upon these responsible ST. MATTHEWS - KEWTUOJCY Bottlly at their horns en West Mar- wesk began Ms 00s hundred aad tor .his death. But Ireland wtU not COMPLETE LUTE OF UKIOM ket street. Those present were ninety-thir- d .session, at ohe Vrtdsst forget AasA- ,the British Premier, MADE SHOES Messrs. and Mssdainss F. T. estehlishsd school 4r. irts In the Lloyd George, refused clemency M; BUCKNER A. F. LnoserrJ. B. 8eaUy, J. United Mates. iFar on hundred when, oiemsnoy might be granted. Opsa TXnatwga Uatil Kiss O'Cissk L. Bomar and T. C. Oaaaanissr, Jr.; ysan tha. Yftantb mi stows ware the That is aaothsr reason why Irsiand WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Msssswss Elisabeth flaws iwtsmr, T. tssttbsra car wool ssr and gtrls 4n' wttt never consent to assent British J, flaaUy; Misses Mary Caaarmlssr, Lofesasa., Tfcsv wssttg wblofe tr- - Mtfa a any form; Tne stssd Is stains M'WSST MAIN STRMWC ' tmnss Katrfbaaner aw LmnuvI (WWIUMO HDD KUM SB. MWHHUISB of tin latest martyr to srsefem JCEWTtWH LOUISVILLE OsjBimnl r. days eta! ottos ft L Mojrcunrsa axd maplb mes. it. This "Vole. - During itho war tho public press wad filled with encomiums of Cardinal Mercler. Every word and act of tho Belgian primato was chronloled with & view to tho Influence which It was expeetod It would bear upon American thought and opinion. Now that tho press haa .assumed a different attitude toward Archbishop. Man- JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS o nit Ttade-Mat- k FRED ERHART ARCHITECT -- 3 ELECTRIC CLEANER - Childers Elect. Co. 35-M- Twist Franco-Englis- old-alm- e SINGER Sewing Machines - MEAT MARKET nran ...... IGHNEI DER'I coun-trlel- a. CORNS.BUNIONS SBBBBBBHS'gSBBBasW VIELLE A Joseph SUPPLY m Ireland's-indomitabl- Sr O1-90- pro-Briti- sh Oscar Farmer Sons ur OSrl-esr- s, ". jsas Fee"; -- - Caum-mioa- r, J. -- Spaktfng Sho Co. 00a-fln- as ... ,r.j hT i -- v jfegiB?3rrio3Bry iatjcilfec jvL&jmxczAJs: a son SWISS CLEANING iwfs sws Bacon of tfttt1rt-H-ttftt1M"tJH,f4A'4- 4 feeeteteee(i9taeseaeei g sgwn j MaaajaMawjnaaaaaMSjaaananaaanaafr 1 - " INCORPORATED saaaaBaa-W- c aive ana Redeem 5ursty CeMpens. MEN'Si;'SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS' AND PLEASES. We Qlra and Reatsn Qs4d Traalug Stamp. DO YOU KNOW AB0U7 OUR CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB Convenient PLAN ? Carpets and Rugs Swiss" Cleaned or Shampooed and Dignified Jilethoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, SWISS CLEANEfeS r? AND DYERS THE XitOOKfOtULTWO SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. BLUE SERGE, AT t o p ' Friends of Irish freedom and men and women of ths parish thronged TODAY INDIANAPOLIS Saored Heart scliobi ball, Seventeenth and, Sunday, Monday Tuesday, night upon theBrofedway,- Tuesday Electric Section Sweeper invitation of the Wednesday, Rev. Patrick "Walsk, and all present IT BEATS spent a really delightful evening, . JEhe musical pro AS IT SWEEFS greatly enjoying To Go With Confirmation Suits, gramme, the spWtod and patriotic vs. AS IT CLEANS address eia and the Irish step dancing. Father WaWh lattoducod the There are ae "eeafideatial arrangements." Rev. John O'Co&aor, President of It Is conducted apoa aa epea basis with a fixed 6mw CHt! at 3 o'cteck. Reitrved Stilt mk tho, Robert Emmtit Branch, who 230 WEST JEFFERSON m sm at BwcImmjh's. schedale el rates. The first payments and 'the said ilt was an howor (to preside ovei; Main 113 meeung 01 citizens in 6ympacny City 985 a monthly payments are the same to all. with a nation tliat was crueUy-o- pNew Line of White Geods and Laces for Girli' BOB JOHN pressod. Reviewing itho activities of untty of the First Communion and Confirmation Wear. the Sinn Fein antf the SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS HAWES & HANNAN Irish people, hov they had (given W their blood for th4 freedom of other nations. Tlie only nation that InterFOR feres with her progress and material Both Phones 1323 Auto Deliver; development is" England, the bully "THSFWESrN THEWORLti' and coward, which always, meets Just demands with oppression. Isaac (LETMf) Butte, a' Protesta&t, was .the founder of tho demand for home rule, Which 212 WEST MARKET STREET. was opposed, only, in a small ipart of II Ulster, HIGH GRADE COFFEE is an Art. Saving is not a Prompt and Efficient Service passed but notwithstanding tho acts by Parliament England had Goffeo lb 40o to 60s City 3728 broken faith wifh. the people, who Main 1429 A Science is something that can be BEaBnVlBEBaBEBBEBBBr Tea, lb 80c to $1.25 were now desternlined to act for sometaught from a book. An Art is 309 STARKS BUILDING themselves and were giving Ireland ... Coco, lb 40e Baking: Powder 30o te OOo a Republican form of government, threugh practice. thing you learn 8O0 Extract, portubo such as established here by the Pie Filling 25o fathers of our country. Egg Mitt (20 eggs f or 2G) There is only one way to master this 2flo The "Star Spangled Banner" was sung by Miss Lillian Trued eau, tho Art. audience standing and giving lior a START ME THIS KB NTH WITH TMC hearty encore. She also sang Begin to SAVE and keep it up. "When Irish " Louisville Bank other vocal Eyes, Are Smiling." Tho number, "Klllarney." was exquisitely rendered by little Open a SAVINGS ACCOUNT in this For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. Foarth and Central AtCbbs Miss Elizabeth Crain. company and deposit regularly. The speaker of the evening, B. L. More than 0,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total MP I ft Talboibt, held the attention of Jila deposit of more than $13,000,000, ii the monument of confidence' bnilt by th hearers for an hour, and his address people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank, &. GLOBE TIRES . G caused unbounded enthusiasm. He Clly 11M. first explained the Irish bond moveT UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND : ment and how 4he funds were held 4 S Columbia Building Feurth and Main. here and used! to support tha Re ?A o public of Ireland, to maintain rep . The Oldest Trust Company In th South. resentatives in other countries, to commerce, develop to stimulate " Irish industries and to combat the Engllsih propagandavjiow so busy in this country. Never before, he said, CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO had Bn gland been hit so hard as by this policy, wliich will enable IreOHESTERPIED CAMELS PIEDMONT land to meet aer anywhere and Eighteen Gents, Two for Thirty-fiv- e everywhere. . The speaker devoted LUCKY STBIKES SWEET OAPOKAL himself to St Patrick and ihls times $170 Per Carton. in Ireland, his dreams and hopes Both Phones 2406 AT LOWEST PRICES. and the blessings of Pope and I! Sum. church. The golden ago of Ireland AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES was eloquently portrayed, when tho REUTLINGER KfCORFOR-lTBpeople were sending mimssionarles Preston and Jefferson ii 213 "West Jefferson Adolph Reutliiigcr arts of and educators to all Hark Sale, Pre. With the Henrys began v. jaooB. sea, ana Trees Europe. j. FIRE INSURANCE Ireland's troubles and oppression, L. GRAUMAN CO. but the sprayer of St. Patrick still TORNADO, LIABILITY' AND dwells in the hearts of hor children Incorporated PLATE GLASS No-w- and will ultimately restore them to Bta.atlz3.eca at ta All Sa!ra Slxtares, Baas of SKla ass their rightful place among the na123 SOUTH THIRD STREET tor Basis. tions of tho earth. Before concludand 419 East Market St. Six, coa&toM, 415, 417 , now Casta, cab ing ihls address the orator paid his 8BlTlZf Sto. respects to Senator Beckham, who Home Phone, City 7804 (Incorporated) 010 ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF "THE OLD ARMORY" XAzsr nucra Oumb. Phone, West 412-voted consistently and regularly Homo Phone. 81 ty 1811 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET against sympathy for or recognition & tho Irish Shoes For Every Member of the of Attorney RepublicWalsh, tho AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED Thomas last Family SPMUL AHENTION TO THEATER STAB AGE 25 CTS. AIL MEM IN CHARGE EXPERIEKKV. speaker of the evening, paid his re- HO. USE XKCORPOKA.TXD Home Phone 3906 spects to the English propaganda 8400-IjaCOaV- B5 IMCeiijai 10-36and the slackers, and urged every AND FRED FEIGE & SON one of Irish birth or descent to'how 1800 WEST MARITJrX STREET come to the front and do something UNION MADE for the land of their fathers and Residence Phone Shawnee 12 AND MILLWORK. SASH, DOOBS, BLINDS SHOES AND SLIPPERS forefather. Louisville, Ky. An artistic exhibition of Irish step 431 EAST MARKET STREET Breoka nd A Sts. ART GLASS 00. LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY dancing followed, and its grace and LOUISVILLE beauty was a rovelatioa ito the "LEADED" AND young people, who wera stirred by ORNAMENTAL GLASS H. W. DUBISKp & CO. the lively and Inspiriting hiusic. The regular meeting of tho Friends of MILL WOES LUMBER BUILDINa MATERIAL ESTIMATES MADE IF DESIRED Irish Freedom will be held next FINANCIAL SERVICE bw a aa aaais a eJbJbJbJF Tuesday night dn Bertrand Hail, Metal Setting in Zinc, Copper and Sixth street, and an. invitation is FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. Brass Beveled Mirrors and to tho public to attend and Hoveled Glass 8 BLDO. become identified with the good vcowom4rzor Telephone City 6998 Cnaan cause. St. Data. 18 ttMOI. Bretitiavlagti Srasoa Tare an! Switch, Zogaa COLONELS' OPPORTUNITY. STILL FIGHTING DEATH. BABE RUTH COMING. The Louisville ball club will close tpreeent scries with Indianapolis Ita Mrs. Teronco MacSwlnoy, on. Tho news ithat Babo Ruth, tho this afternoon and Bill Clymecte Brixton ipMson Wednesday champion homo run ihitter of the Columbus aggregation comes tomor "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" after visiting her husband tho world and premier slugger of all row lor Its closing series of the sea TO EAT IN A son. In the paat few weeks tho Lord Mayor of Cork, said that twice times, will play In Louisville with Louisville club 'has played good ball in the afternoon tho attending physi- St. Xavler'a Collogo team on Septemand with a continuation of that cian had warned her not to speak to ber 22 or 23, Us welcome n'ovna to 1813 speed Has an excellent opportunity her husbantt, aa he wal "living on all, whether ball tana or not. Incorporated to finish In the first division. There hie vitality." She addod that the Brother Benjamin. Superior of St. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AXD QUANTITY are nkt over three games and a halt Mayor Buffered giddiness. Xavlers College, was In. Bafliiroore Separating the Cokraete from the Friends of tha Lordfrom Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Home Made Plee, Cakes, Meats Mayor, his wife recently and extended an invitation fourth club In the race and only, six said, were much encouraged at the: to Ruth, who at one time was a EXCELLENT COFFEE and a (half games between Minneap- preeience In England of Premier pupil in St. Mary's Industrial Col Wk 684 SOUTH FOURTH STREET 19 SOUTH FIFTH STREET olis and our club from the second Lloyd George, who returned from lege, where Brother Benjamin was Near Broadway rung in the ladder. WWi the long Lucerne Tuesday, and they 'hoped attached. The New York American la Middle of Square . PROMPT SERVICE series of at homo games and ther that something lnAgbt ensue favor- star accepted the invitation and all PRICES REASONABLE new recruits 1n ithe lineup Manager ing the Irish prisoner. Louisville ie agog over his coming. McCarthy ought to be able, with the Former Preiie.lAqultli, answer Hats off to Brother Benjamin for assistance of the Xans of course, to ing an appeal from John. Howard hie coup. WVJyJyv.V.VVVVVVVVVVyVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVy bring the olub into a top notch WhKehouse, former Liberal member BUILDING AND CRATfNG LUMBER of the House of Commons, for his INDIANA JinHLEE. I CONFIRMATION CHILDREN Intervention in bsbaM of MacSwiaey, RESUMES MEETINGS. ovx said: "I think the dsdistoa to allow i mrmctAx, MKm-o- rt The Right Rev. Joseph Chartrand, tho Lord Mayor of Cork to die in Bishop of the diocese of Indianap' Uttmr tfaca eomaaa to ear taato 4 wo wlU maks yea ate ates la) The St, Helena Club, now that va- prison is a poHtieal blunder of the i ' .lav artoo 0 wWtoat eeaaoa. cations are over, will resume its first magnitude. I wfOuLg, gladly in- olis, was celebrant at the solemn regular meet Inge, the ftat for busi-- tervene it any apptal of mine could high mass la connection with the c; Ju ?. WTOL3, nwtefraaaw Phone West and City 12. Sixteenth and Maple Sts. LOUISVILLE, KT. c to be lMfld nest Moaday night lead eysnuiow to wlssr counssta diamond jubilee of St. Mary's churchST. 4M W. at Pr8aUthm tAuditlorium, when prevailing, bat I tear that the latest at Navilleton. twelve miles northimportant matters are to be present- declaration of tbs Kmiatent pre .west of New Albany, which was held Sunday morning. The Rev. William ed tor deckHoa. On 9eirabr 27 cludes any auch- - hope. St. Mary's a aoeal moetiag will xaka placer and Father Domate on taavlng the F. Selbertz, pastor ofacted as dea Your Coat, W church. New Albany, an evening of pleasure 1 aaaured prison late also )aportd that tbOM who attend. Tha youac coodttton was much tha son, and the Rev. Father Paul, Where work PLXAIDra DfDIYIDUAUTT hrlnhialarf f t9HaiaHaB mmbecB will endeavor ito make sama. aoa Ltke Jfaa. KacSwiasy, tha Mount St. Francis Monastery, pastor PatJ(BBaV wHHHkalaalaBaBaaB the club the most, activa orania-tk- n priest rsportaa that toe prisoner had ot the Navloeton church, acted as K m Where eookte The parish was organ ttubdeacon. LoufevHle. t experienced spslto ot durla real ttmt Ised in 1845. The original member- ing the oQutaa ot tba sneaiog. but IHOORPORATBD f DIAMOND JUBILEE, sM he had not lost eansclousnass. sain consisted ehletly of emigrants nT ssvaPO Var9 BMW Where fciiWsg are VHflMflHsfl afrM The present The Pops has latarcftded ta. behalf from Uftt An vei of pola4 inieraet to tlw ot Lord Mayor MaeSwlnay, now In ohurch was buUt thirty years ago to , Xaia or Ffaoaea m MB 0OWH FOUMH AVWTOJB (yaarsv IIMtV HW S Campbell eoouty. Ky-- Brixton Prison, London, according replace the oiistoal log bouse. Catboaka of stgat will be oetebmted at Camp Sariiut to ths CMornaJs d'ltalia. Oommanting -- That's Oumb. Paoaa, Main 9122 tfce 1 where KM Maaa, Oltf tTSO That's tomorrow, tha diamond lubHaa of on tha situation ax Irwaaa and the GRHATBftT IN HISTORY. U "Qalelc esaes HQa4elc Meal" the laying of th touadaUoa of St. imprisoned Mayor, the newspaper HOT AND COLD WATER Matabv ahuro at that, place. High aays: ''Lord Mscnor MaoBwlaey win A mobilization of the Atlantic and 'B Ray. Biahop AroaBart wfU occupy the be eaaoatead Ja we eoaree of cen- Paoifte fleets ot the Uatted States la L Meal OaslKaaies Sals, Iastalles aaa HiAhly RsseaMaeaVsa oC Panama, throne dutmna tha oatotaatioa of tha turies, wben liilalKiiiiim ma Jala the vkjlnJty of the HT SAT, WXMK. OH MOKTH sotenm lortdeal aattoo vmm, and Is las dottOoataoe, Just as caasaUy Hsxt Jaaaary, te to be the greaiaat K4S9M ipMOMAHLS wlU adminuter tae aaeraraaai oil they Joined So apotneoais of suaaeutaailon of sea powar In the 119 SOUTH TBIRD tTXSWI, llarittt W. MARKET JST. 4fe connffrmatlon. history ot the American navy. 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