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LOUISVILLE, SATU irsb iM 3uettn A(f' i American moiir HOME fit? ILUM 8ery LMkriKe 1600 Incorporate Tahiti Driver an Bcorl & Trmfer fa PTEMBER 18, 1920. PRICE PIVE CENTS. COLORED EVENINq SCHOOL. on tho fato-- f a police captain who runs against tho The Knights ot Columbus will machine. The department heads open an evening school for colored pay no attention to Smithy and men and civilians at bring their suggestions or troubles Thirteenth and Broadway on SepPaul, tho real to Ches and Matt or tember 27. This is in accordance heada of our city. Tho latest rumor with tho policy of this organization Hold Enthusiastic Meeting and EnMayor to fears all over tho country since they finFinds Gov. Cox Fighting Battlo is that the near way as ho roll Many Friends For Irlsli ' cross his bosses in any LEOPARD. ished their war activities. While - Against Boodlo, Trusts and expects to receive one of the Circuit the school is Intended for soldiers, Wi Cause. Judgeship nominations next year. Profiteers. sailors and marines who havo .been Tho Board of Public Works might ?g3fe7vwpgsxyEi 'vyyTM discharged from tho service, the aid in dispelling a mystery that is classes will bo open to all civilians worrying our citizens Just now and 1. 1920; upon payment ot a small fee, The MA&C that Is what has" become of the Knights will furnish books, teach- Senator IScckliam Roundly Scored Near Mayor Smith Again Set Down street cleaning department. A street SENATOR &GCK VOTED CONSISTClWy For Ills Hostility to American ers and everything needed to make cleaner in action Is Just about as By Machino Which Runs Onr the school a success free to AGAINST AU IRISH Prnciplcs. rare as four per cent, beer of a mon. No worthy applicant will City. four-leclover. There was a time bo turned away from tho classes, ftjBtJJ Official Friends sP that wo would see a little group of but It is tho purpose ot the organ3 Jr-i'sthe colored Republicans out making ization to favor the men who gavo His False A.ssumpUons Aro Pointed a bluff at cleaning the streets, but their time to the cause of tho great Board of Works Needs Street Clean- - they have disappeared. Tho old war. The local Knights of ColumOut and Causo Much Joker flusher that washes the dirt era AVho Will Work Without bus have been engaged in evening 5GPT. ''Iff 0RO up on tho pavement and allows you Surprise. school work for tho past ten years Salary. SENATOR bECKp to sweep it back again has also disTELLS LOUISVILLE at their club house on Fourth appeared without leaving a trace. and last year wero obliged To FRIENDS OF IRISH FfcCepOM HC l 0PJupiter Pluvius, however, has taken seek larger quarters, going to St. town and has pity on our afflicted Xavler's College at Second and TURNS BACK ON HIS FRIENDS. BLUES. sent plenty of rain lately as a subHAVE KKYSTONER8 Broadway. The school for colored destitute for the street cleaning men will be, conducted at St. Aupartment. And as Saturday is m mas: n gustine's school, Thirteenth and " 'ii hi r true t MaiUmlA AlJi housccleaning time, Louisvillo has hULE Broadway, s many nights a weok arguments of had copious showers on that day Stripping aside all as the classes Justify. The school mKL Wv Sfiia !!y A largo attendance of the Friends the for thirteen consecutive Saturdays. the. two political parties in everywill be strictly Presidential race the one Issue is Some people say that the street body welcome, the teachers being of Irish Freedom assembled at disappeared Hall last Tuesday evening, and whether the people will rule or a cleaning department chosen from tho local colored public little group of old fossil Senators when tho balance of tlio street schools. There are no doubt many applauded enthusiastically the varirepresenting hlg boodle, profltoere cleaning fund gave out, that departcolored men and boys engaged all ous speakers who pleaded the causo and the trusts will conduct the af- ment being like tho rest of tho city day at their work who would have of Ireland. Tho tyranny 61 Engembarfairs of the country. Got. ox rep- administration financially enlarged their education it possible, land in PPnPBSvQHPKliJpflpjDD fiSt Vr resents the people while Harding, is rassed fittin too much reform. and tho Knights of Columbus feel people its persecution of the Irish was vigorously denounced, a representative of his own little Here's another mystery the resifSwf that this class of colored men Ami clique of Senators. The League of dents of tho West End' would liko to should be assisted as much as pos- and disappointment and disapproval Nations, the prohibition question have solved. The Board recently sible. They are thorefore offering oyr Senator Beckham's and other campaign arguments aro placed ah electric light in the alley to the colored men the same oppor- uiumue wwaru the Irish Repuhlio Twenty-sixt- h secondary issues. Gov. Cox is between Twenty-fift- h and but tunity for as given was unanimously expressed. 4W-MOIf CRev AVZl y.tyxt v "i n4 Ceibii s ' tee nm i vhim 17 champion of the workingman and V't a streets and Slevln and St men by open- John O'Connor presided. the white Routine woman, not the profession- cilia, and in thai alley there is not working ing this school. Registration office affairs received attention, during al labor leaders or walking dele- a semblance of a residence, Just for colored men Js now located at which twenty-fiv- e applications for gates, but the man in the shops, the one old unoccupied brick stable. Thirteenth, and Broadway, but the membership were received, many girl in the Now, why tho light? Those solving clerk at the desk or the registration card printed in this from ladles. store. Hardirtg'a group of backers the puzzle will be given a copy of Owing to absence from the city of paper, properly filled out and maildo not even claim to bo friends of "How Near Mayor Smith Reduced Senator Beckham, unchang M in opposition to Irish freedom, ed to the Knights of Columbus Bu- Chairman John A. Doyle, who was only Our Taxes From $1.76 to $1.98," the working classes and tho reau, at 818 pouth Fourth avenue, in Washington and had in his posmuch to the delight of John Bull a BoDDy. message they have for the latter is or tho "Shawnee Park Jazz," dedisession the reply of Senator Beckwilt receive prompt attention. tT .shown In their present tactics. Big cated to the colored Republicans by ham, which had been given the dally press, It was voted that no action factories nTe being shut down, work Mister Chesley. PASSIONIST CHAPTER, Is allowed to become slack, and tho The State Fair visitors were given be taken on the Senator's stand workers are told that this means a eight of how our Fire Department The Passlonlst fathers of tho against the Irish Republic until hla they must vote tho Republican handles itself this week. Of course hold- reply had been Western Provlnco have been officially received. ticket or there will ho no good the performance wasn't new or ing their triennial chapter at the The authenticity and correctness of g tho times. Thus the little group of old novel to Louisville people as they Sacred Heart Retreat on the lotter were not doubted, and fossil Senators aro putting the see it very often. It was a surroad. The chapter convened tho spirited talks that followed tho screws to the American working prise to many, as Chief Neunsch-wandeon Wednesday of last week and at Judgment and stand taken by tho people to force them dnto supportrecently of Cincinnati, the sessions many questions Df Im- Kentucky Senator were calmly dlsv nractlce of tho United States In rec portance CHARITIES CONFERENCE. ing the Big Business candidate. Will didn't announce that this treat was were acted upon. Those cussed and severely criticised. ognizing foreign nations, or peoples their hand or sub- ou the programme. A big the workers call B. L. Talbott mado an interesting chapter were : The annual National Conference of from the days ot Jefferson down to attondlng the Rev. pumper, one of the tamely? That is to be seen. motor mit Tho Very Justin Carey, C. and forceful talk, urging union of the present. In regard to tno nandicap to Gov. most expensive pieces of fire ap- Catholic Charities convened in In this State tho ot the Irish Republic we P., of St. Mochael's Monastery, West all creeds and nationalities in mainCox Is now apparent to everyone, paratus in the department, was de- Washington last Sunday and was In have the testimony at men who Hoboken, N. J., as representative of taining and securing for Ireland tho party is paying molished in front of tho grand session until Thursday. More than and the Democratic I freedom enjoyed by this country. havo suffered Imprisonment, exilo the president general of Rome. Many of the visitors ap- 1,000 Catholic leaders, representing dearly for the mistake of the lead- stand. The Very Rev. Alfred Oagney, This would small return Beckham to plauded, thinking that was on the tho clergy, the Catholic sisterhoods Answer to Frieadtuof Irish Freedom and death for Ita sake, and of liv- former provincial of this province, for all the be only a daughters ers in allowing Senator sons and ing men, whoso Integrity is unof ' go before tho people as a Demo- programme, but the Louisville tax- andvlay organizations are attending now general consultor at Rome. , tho Emerald Isle had done In batConsisted Jwith His questionable, that the Republic ot the conference which will contlnuo The payers present didn't seem to bo cratic nominee for The Very Rev. Eugene Creegan, tling for and upbuilding America. Ireland lives and functions. In re- provincial ot Recfrd. Kentucky Irish American made the it, probably thinking of how through the week. Tho Superior this provlnco, With res- Referring to Senator Beckham's InCouncil gard to recognition there is the evi suggestion, early last spring that the they would be stuck ftfr the cost of Society of the St Vincent de Paul r Jg difference and callousness, ho said will hold its annual meeting dence ot Greece and Buenos Ayres, idence In- Chicago. leaders who were reorganizing tho the show. Capt. Charles Newhall in conjunction with tho first the people, both men and women, The Rev. Denis Callageo, advocated by tho great Webster and provincial conference. party take steps to eliminate Beck- was in charge of tho Fire DepartSf now knowing his attitude, now know consultor. The Most Rev. Archbishop our own immortal Henry Clay, Add & ham as a candidate. It was told In ment at the Fair and he got tho The Rev. Benedict Hanly, second what they owe him and those who Apostolic Relegate, officiated at Kentucky's, ,iC2? .Reiterates His to these tho recognition ot the Reti wreck. cleared, away iaa " these coluranaihtthe take-JlkprovIncIalconsultoiv - .JU.. stand. 'Kccogntttoir OppostuoB the opening mass, while publics' orSoififch'ahd tlonists, tho Irish and, had much experience in that general session Sunday at the" first Rev. Francis Martin-cite- d The "Rev. Alphonsus Krulpp, recthe hisyou have a complete caso night the lca and voters and those opposed to the line under tho present administra- speakers ot Erin. Included for the recognition of the Republic tor of Sacred Heart Retreat, Louis- tory of this country and its recogniregime would bitter- tion. Residents living near our Colby, Thomas K. Secretary of Slate tion of othor nations and scouted Duffy, Chairman of Ireland. In all this long series ville. ly resent his candidacy. To add to local fire houses have started a new Tlfo Rev. Sylvan McGarry, rector Senator Beckham's fears of war Industrial Commission; our country was not even once intho above the Kentucky State Fed and novel gambling game. One bets of the Ohio Brown, Presiding Judge Monastery Mt. with England, which was now mainJ. volved in war, and in every instance of Holy Cross eration of Labor in session at Hen the other that in" responding to an Charles Municipal taining In this country a propaganda Court of Phila- Rev. Father AVal&h Exposes. Absurd. our recognition was effJcacious. Sen- - Adams, Cincinnati. derson-la- st Tuesday auopted-Teso- ju alarm that all will not come back, ef the ator Bockham calls attention to the of Tho Rov. Bernard Brady, rector subversivo of the welfare and best lty of Bcckliam's Olabn tlona denouncing Beckham's labor the wager meaning that the reel. delphia, and Helen P. McOormlck, Our Lady of Good Counsol Re- interests of the United States. Ho plank in the Domocratlo platform rficord and calling on workingmen engine or hookw and ladder will be Assistant District Attorney, Brook also suggested that tho Senator of War. which says: "Tho great principle of treat, Normandy, Mo. to vote against him. Of this tho wrecked before the return trip. lyn. Rev. by a study Problems in the organization of has re- of The FrancisLuko Callahan, rector might profit negotiations of our Govnational Courier-Journfalsely stated that These accidents and collislonn havo Monastery, St. Paul, ernment's St. with the relief work were discussed Monday ceived constant reiteration ae one was Republican propaganda, as occurred so often under the present by this South American republics, when tho national conference with repof the chief objects for which this Kas. tho men back of tho measure- were administration that the odds have resentatives Tho Rev. Bonaventure Oborst, England was neither considered nor of tho clergy, tho sis IS UNIVERSALLY. CONDEMNED, country entered the war, and victory rector registered Democrats. If the Demo- gone up, one having to hot two and of the Retreat of the Immac- consulted. .j establishes this principle." Why cratic Campaign Committees are three to one that tho "hick" fire- terhood and lay organizations attend Rev. Patrick Walsh, pastor or Saing the sessions. Secretary of State then, E the name of common sense, ulate Conception, Norwood Park, carrying Kentucky for men won't come back safely. of Chicago, cred Heart church, when called upon should any nation which upholds Well, it's been ono mighty gloomy Colby in an address at the close of Gov. Cox and the Congressional Tho Rov. Jerome Routermann, responded with a patriotic appeal for conferThe answer of Senator J. C W. and puts in practice this principle master of novices at Sacred Heart the nominees they should Immediately week for the Keystone (police, and the first day of the biennial pressing Irish Republic, which Js now Ireland begin instructing Democratic voters the comedy police are Just 'bo blue ence declared there was organiza- Beckham, Democratic nominee for be denied recognition? established and functioning. for American relief recognition. Rotreat. The how to scratch Beckham and that they don't take part In the need to carry on their work in (for- United States Senator, to the local then should get our by speaker said he had written a courttions which she And the tho loss of votes from those usual stirring checker games held eign branch 'of Frionds of Irish Free- dissolved master stroke ot seven hunAWARDED COMMISSIONS. eous letter to the tr untries. Ho praised Catholics dom l, bondage the And the who, If not fully equipped, will vote in the station nouses. has the Indignation of dred years deserves the applause ot pointing out the false assumptions ot of tho straight Republican ticket to cause of tho gloom is attributed to for the effectiveness well their relief riot only arousedIrish or n every Six Louisville men Senator Beckham, which ha'd been activities abroad as as at home. an admiring world. A now era has Tho Keyetoners insuro a vote against Bockliam. tho Stato Fair. The part women voters aro to ican In Kentucky, but It has aroused set iln; the 'barbarism ot might lias have been given commissions In tho courteously declined on tho ground machine went down there this week of The according to a tho indignation ot the is regular army, from Washington tele- that It was controversial. Still tho is gathering together an enormous course to take in tho Fair, but the play in civic affairs, especially with people of all nationalities who do seen its doom; gram received this Courier-Journrelation as a rethe next day folboodle fund to aid Tobe in deliver- sight of the farm tractors, plows, sult of to social problems, suffrage not believe In England's oppression recognized by all civilized nations; week. All to whom commissions tho adoption of the our own country always held it to wero awarded had taken examina- lowed the opposite course In editoriing Ttentucky for Harding, and vis- the big fat sows, tho prize bull, so and criminal reign in Ireland. be a fundamental right of all peoal utterance, that was veiled. Father itors to the State Fair this week unlike tho "bull" they get from tho amendment, and the cost of living Stripped of its camouflage). Senator Dr. say that the Republican machine is campaign collector, all of these old wero among the subpects outlined Beckham's answer can be inter- ples to choose their own form of tions to determine their fitness. We3t Walsh's letter will bo found m this Bernard J. O'Connor, Issue. making tho Republican office hold- country reminders Just made the for discussion at the later sessions. preted to mean that ho will not vote government. In the name of Lib- Avery street, was offered a210 Captaincy A telegram was received from ers groan with the heavy assess-men- Keystoners plain homesick. Several Tho remainder of the conference for the recognition of tho Irish Re- erty, then, lot usi be logical and Jn tho Medical Corps. The others consistent with our principles; for are Arthur M. Stork, 2827 Westmin Chairman Frank Walsh and the New of each. In addition to this of them Just stood lfi (front of these Was devoted largely to sectional public until England loses her big fund Smiling Ches and his aides country scenes and bellowed like Besslons concerning social and civic tyrranous grip on Erin and that day the recognition of a sister ropubllc ster Court, Frst Lloutenant In tho York Committee requesting the Kenaro expecting a barrel of boodle the calves nearby, as they thought of activities, caro of children, delin- would be-- far distant if John Bull Is not a matter of comity or opin- Quartermaster Corps; Marion M. tucky Friends of Irish Freedom to urgo from national headquarters, and the old farm "back hiim." Just quency and related subjects, ways of followed his present Inclinations. ion. It Is a matter of duty which Pharr, 1039 Garvin Place, Second serve Congressman King Swopo to on a committee to investigate charimpose our cherished principles they say all of this extra money is two or three years ago they were Improving and of Infantry: Michael V. British atrocities in Ireland. "Upon Lloutenant Senator also failed to ' needed to take care of the many holding down a good Job, happy and itable activities embracing 567 hos- state, it Bockhain, was fought for upon ns. 501 Gaston apartments. Sec- motion the Chairman named as such Gaddon, the colored sisters who will accompany care free, with plenty to eat and pitals and 450 homes In which are freedom of all war REV. PATRICK WALSH. ond Lieutenant, assigned to Eight committee Messrs. Connelly, Hession, nations, the colored brother to the polls this drink (moonshine). For amuse- cared for nearly 100,000 delinquent land the only ono to be why is Ireeenth Infantry; A. Y. Culton, 312 Dolafr and Curran, and Miss May deprived of year to voto for MIstah Harding and ment they went to them old Hil and dependent children, and the nor Thos. Cook, Taylorsville No East Ormsby avenue, formerly with Corcoran and Mrs. McGee. freedom. of the Holler Darn dances or pitched horse part women votors are to play In Their sharo prosperity. However, 4he answer ot Senator Irishman or tho old Flrt Kentucky for four Miss Mary Corcoran presented an prosperity means about two dollars shoes with the hoys in front of civic affairs. Every typo of Catholic years and later Captain Jn tho Invitation from tho Ladles Auxiliary will vote for Beckham. Beckham at registration and two dollars at Hank Spudder's blacksmith shop. charitable and philanthropic activity course In is hut consistent with his Eighty-fourt- h seems (Lincoln) Division, the United States Senate, me Ancient uraer or moernians election time. Speaking of politi- All was rosy then Until one of the was represented, including hospitals, In which the Washington Press Bu- to Patrick Keegan Beckham forget that the Irish Republic First Lieutenant and assigned to the ui asking tho Friends of Irish Freedom for the cal contributions, Lewis Y. Johnson, Republican "slickers" from tho city chlldrens' homes, homes S. to meet with Infantry; John community reau of the Frlenda of Irish Free- has been functioning for two years. Eighteenth of the Board of Saftey, issued a came and inveigled them into com- aged, women's clubs, street, their hall at them on October 17 at Schwab, 2111 John Carroll Eighteenth card denying that he had collected ing to. Louisville and be a town con- houses and legal aid societies. The dom states officially that Senator ment is an Insult .Beckflham'e state- First Llonteuant South First intelligence Don land avenue, which was and Portof Infantry. Beckham Irish accepted. from the police and firemen, his stable "by gosh." And that has official proceedings will be compiled reservationvoted against every body. of Irishmen and to the P. Brannon, Louisville, whose name A public meeting may also soon bo introduced In that published. and then campaign contributions coming from brought troubles galore. Tho M. J. McDermott was not mentioned in tho list, has held in SU Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth Tho claim of Beckham in his card, Those who went from this city other sources. But Lewis Y. Johncrooks are stealing everyBeckham's answer will further been offered a Captaincy in the in- and Market. son refused to deny or affirm tho thing but their caps and uniforms, to attend the sessions were tho Rev. and this claim Is also supported by arouse Camp fantry. Ho was a Major his advisers, "that we would statement Uiat tlio police and fir; the colored Republicans are brow- George "W. Schuhmann, ipastor of haveclosego to war with England in dacy. the opposition to his candt Zachary Taylor during tho at war. to MACKIN SOCIAL CUTO. St. Joan's cnurcn; John A. Doyle, men have been assessed $25 each beating them and now the Beckham Thos. the United States and tho officers higher. Tills colmachine collector is President or the Particular Council caso Irish Republic,' is anrecognized hurt the D. Claire can not win. has party and HONORS MRS. PELLETIER. the insult to In a hotly contested election Reumn will cladlv publish Mr. John taking a big wad out of their sal- of the St. Vincent de Paul Society; voto the intelligence gan O'Connor was Presison's explanation if tills statement aries. Yes. sir, the State Fair sure Col. P. H. Callahan, Edward J. Bos-le- r, citizen, and Rev, of any Wateh, of forThomas J. Garvey Will not" Mrs. Cecilia E. Pelietier, mother Beckham. Father J. Klepper, Mtes Edith Callahan isn't true. Wo wouiu iik w seo ius made the Keystoners feel blue. But exposes the weakness of Garvey Can't support Beck- ot Joseph C Pelietier, Supreme Ad- dent over Joseph Hohman by a vote Joe denial that tho nolico and firemen some of the more hardened cut and Miss Margaret Mai one, the lat- this city, vocate of the Knights of Columbus, of 28 to 26, tho othor candidates, aro not paying $G.S5 each for four loose and smiled though their heart ter associated with the Welfare that claim tn a statement following. ham longer. M. Maloney Beckham has for- has reecived the honor of the gold Wm. Gramtg and J. O. Clemens demen t lis. Maybe Mr. Johnson doesn't was breaking. They drank red League here. The first convention The Kentucky Irish American finds Donnelly was electthe Republic of France, clining. all rights to consideration. knew this, as he accompanied near lemonade till they nearly "busted." of this association wae 1n 1910, universal Indignation amo&g those feited Sullivan Can't support Beck- medal of to a cable received from ed to thoJoseph of First Vice Presieccording office Dr. Mayor Smith when the latter made rode 'steen times on the scenic rail- when the opening address was de- who believe In Justice and freedom Paris. The cable stated that Pres dent, defeating Roy McClellan. the rounds of tho engine houses twq way and pretty near got their fill livered by 'Judge Matt O'Doherty, to Ireland, and (some are quoted In ham. Many others express themselves ident Deschanel, of France, had con J. C. Clemens was victorious in their opinion on Beckham's answer. years aso. telllne the firemen that of bananas, of course throwing the ot Louisville. , as being against the Senator for the ferred the honor at the request of the race for Financial Secretary, de.. The National Conference ot Cath- WLASH CARD..., they wouldn't be held up for politi- peelings on the walks; But after Ray Scketi roiiowing is me leuer oi itev. reason that he urges voters to cast Premier Mulorand. Tins medal is feating John Do! an. cal assessments, and we would all it was a grand reunion for the olic Charities hereafter will meet Father Wakb,c which the Courjer- - their ballots against the Republican. known as a modal of-- appreciation was eliminated In the first ballot, Judge he Is also opposed to these Keystoner Eory spo but at Washington he lines up and and was given by Franco out of Frank Feeley being the only nom- holduDs. Gravel Switch, Podunk and clsion to hold meetings every year, Journal declined to publish: votes with him.- - This means Beck- - gratitude for assistance given dur- Jneo for Recording Secretary, it was LoutevitK Ky - Sept. II, 1920. between Washington Speaking of near Mayor Smith, was represented by alternating As the ham supports Harding in Washing ing the war. Mrs. Pelietier, who is moved by Secretary Clemens: that he isn't It a shame the way the our comedyipolle at the State Fair, and cities in the Middle West, was Editor Couriftruouroal: years old, was highly be elected by acclaamtion, which was appreciate) ton and condemns him la Kentucky. eighty-tw- o reached by delegates to the confer- Courier-Journmachine kicks hl pleased when she learned of the done. Tho office of Treasurer waa ou- - matters ot interest ence on Wednesday. Immoral and about these day? The latest was SITiVHR TROWEL. honor conferred on her. Her sea filled by no loss a capable man than BJJNT WRONG NAME. uncensored motion pictures were at- to the public, I submit gome comthe refusal to let him name a Board only a few weeks ago was made a Robert Butler, deafeatiog on the aUmd of Senator BeckGilbert the principal of Equalisation, the machine refus-ia- g lltUe trowel Which Cardinal tacked as Gse of deUaauency by ment owdps a reooHJo. ot the The of the Legion ham Frank Hohman. After to atcept his namesake,, Jr Llth-go- v OttboM will ase m nothicg the eaufies of Juvenile In the list ot nmefe sent the press ChevalierFrench Republic of Honor jjonneiiy ana ot and had the election the Jft or. omeera eieeteo. y these officers it waa MhMt Teresa R. Dooohue, President Rejpuhlic of Irtpand, jwblfamed Smith, and our nar Mayor ooan- been .awarded tho dlstinc-ei- l, too late to hold the election ot the l. In The ma- mortar on the foundation Uma of of the League of Catholic Women of this moralac'a bowed to the dictation. K. of O., appeared the name ' Instruction 0f chine crossed him on the phone or- the National Shrine of thfTlimaacu-fet- e Mew York City, la an adore Mon answer to dfc4ot question, put by of T. M. Butler, which should have toathe officer of - Public Pelietier is Executive Committee, and President Republic. Mrs. tho meeting adthe "Friend of XrMi Freedom," oar OoacopUon, at tha CathoHc day nlKht. dinance, the street car xatee, the . ;. .. . .. -ityan, wno as none otaer by widow ot William S. Pelietier, O'ConnortodeclaredSunday morning. journed the next Senator deolaret ttsat he would not reaa A', w. Bennett ease and now the Equalisa- University at WWiJton on Sepvote 'for the ree ignition ot the Irieh than Capt. tember 23', will he made of ntlver RYAN COADY. old friend who left Lout whose lather came to America in From all indications Mackin Social tion Board appointments Republic .beoaute, la the present vllle sonfe years ago and is now the 1804 and for a time served ae Club will have an excellent year, Bennett was Smithy's pergonal ap- arifele offered for the great church. French Consul In Boston. as It is again manned by practically IV and Mr. John Ryan, announce state ot the Iran altuatton. pointee and ifavorite police Captain, Many of these ortfclea (have been year, with the same officers ae the Irwh Republic would he leading eioihlng merchant in ot their daughter, but he made the mistake of showing melted and that maee of silver te where other Louisville men RBSUMHfl ITER STUDIES. n the exception that Frank Feeley will up one of the machine graft col- now in the hands of an artwear. MMs Mururlt Ryan, to Loot w pmettoaMy equivalent to a declara-tol(Great Britain. This have made goad. HI election as VUfm Catherine Hancock, who was hold Joe Donnelly's old Job and Jog Coady. Both are widely known and of war on lectors and then ,lt 'wae thumbs The trowel, the apade with wW pojMOar HManbetv ot 4h yoaagwr view ot our dfatintufebed Senator Grand Knight gives mueh aaiiftfae-tlo- n ki JetrenonviUe to momA her vaca wHl lt In WIU Miller' chair. Boh d6w for Capt. Baanott. The near the first aod waa turned, on the lipnmd fry any who to his legion of friends in the tion wk her parent. Br. C. F. C. ButWr succeeds Augiwt Hoerta a MftTM- - aJd that Bennett would not of the Shrine, and other otiiacto et, and tawir marrtawa, whkflt wiM can not' wate ooncerotag the Falls Cities! and they predict, a live Haoeoek- ad Mm. Hawjo, 3ta re- Treasurer while President O'Connor leave ha atty service, but today he naalatsd with eereuMpntea and poeha b soiemateed October IS, wJK be know tb Jh tfce la Um httBdJo ttu mtMmmim ot mm and Mtaeflasful adrnMatration tor turned to St. Mary' in tfce Wood and. Secretary CjemeR phmomr thorn- to vwiMfta tbe big edftNMm an rramt ox maoHf Merest in Oath' astafcltaMpflpSt jam UfUory of tl the contac yaar, to remtmoM har uinpjw-'- " BnTp H Wiwtr Irtak RapoWte ouvaotra. M ipi'WWTOtt ohc aotftoty cfanote. solDaix Lt A If, rotted kow CAMPAIGN r. i. p. just like;toe 5ftUATI0W5- .bri,( h Jreecon?. poscd to fcecoGrtfrioN , J 'w'ywyr REPUBLIC. of irish - ava-nu- e, i Ber-tra- nd fypjlSllafl m lIkJtJll, y'TiifiWffiffliiFY m v- -' M,,i!fe- ce KTH New-bur- r, Sea-gra- ve BECilAlirS estao-llshme- nt .r Bon-zan- o, aatt-problb- .hurryr-hav-in- g Irish-Americ- an ConTf&l-Aint- eiv Haly-Beckha- m al - us l I i pro-ve- nt Courier-Journa- Irish-Am- er well-know- fair-mind- al fM 1 ta il ng -- Irish-Americ- an Irish-Amerlca- "gol-derned- -" PPJPPJPJBMB falr-mmd- ed V f-- Ilcrt-Cav- HolI-fer-Sart- ,- al , Courier-Journa- micu -- or reeog-ntora- ic enaimat Pa-duu- It twWj si-ea- t mt - rpiHr o ". , ssj ,y2 .l "3 W:?: "lit- - "! y ficojcarxjOBT' xmxmja: ajmog&wcCsa. -- , K&NTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. rWus Of finally ladoraed by Ancient Order of Miberniane. Yean Institute asd Catholic Knight of America. faeeryccstes. COMING EVENTS. II . . la & PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Sedal - Metal AaVaaoemeat ol bkb Amerk-- M taa". Msa'a - Crista September 27 Annual September festival of St, Patrick's church in school hall, Sixteenth and Market streets, afteraooa and evening. fete oh Lawn October grounds of Church of Our Lady. 11-1- ' Bin mil ' .... "' 2 I" ' V " " '"'"''' ' I,, II I Jj I mmmmmammmmmmmmimmimmmmmmMttu.tam, Thirty-fift- h WHHHt-fc- and uudd avenue. AtHHHHrA KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NO CO.. Bntsred at ths LonfsvllU PaitofBs as AMftK All Cm to Publishers FUBgCRlPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NOLE C0PY5, Strut SttwfiM MrtUr. AMKICMI. 319021 WtitLtterty r- r trfclt &"&"(. ft -- SOCIETY. i Ma KEHTUCKT WHSH KAAAAAAA4 yictctctt Miss Ethel Angermeier returned last week to resumo her studios at Nazareth. LOUISVILLE, KY TORY APPLAUSE. -' Honry Kustes, of Highland Park, has gone to San Francisco to make .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920 his home there. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wlesen, forts of tho British Government to are visiting tho Misses Mc- heap, so unreservedly, indignities Sweenoy, Shawn do Terrace. r. Atimrlaa Twno UVf OW.'a tV 4n tlAA iYlfl . upon him will only Increase our re w www Bryan spent Miss Oourlor-Journ.burst latb feverish speot and esteem for his exalted visiting JennieTKironts, Mr. last week and Mrs. her great Archbishop and Joe, Bryan, at New Haven. approval oi .senator otohijuiu o character as a statement that ho would not vote for channpllon of Irish freedom based on Mrs. Edward Laverty and Miss recognition of the Irish Republic. justice." "Whethor the great Archbishop be Dorothy Laverty, Crescent Hill, have attitude- arpeaK,ospeclal-l- y Beckham's returned from Dayton, Ohio. I to the Tory press and Jte email permitted to visit Ireland now or to pleasantjto note later is of secondary importance. The Louis, is Mrs. B. F. Farrell, St. It following. Everett Murray. the guest that tho lovers of doar odd Hengland prominent fact is that a Catholic pre Thirteenth of Mrs. New Albany. street, are but small In number, and Just late, for using his right to criticise about tho same proportion which op- wrong doing, haa been treated by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley, Parkposed George Washington and his. the British Government as an out view, had as visitors the past week fellow patriots in their fight for lawed criminal. This fact will not Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pooley, of be forgotten by men and women Goshen, Ind. when the British empire is held up "V Mr. and Mfs. George B. Barrett as tho model for governments to came homo this week after an exLET IIARDIXG ANSWER. imitate. It is a fact that cries out tensive stay in Windsor, Canada, Gov. Cox, the Democratic Presl in contradiction to the claim that and Cleveland, Ohio, dential nominee, has stated In an Britain is the friend. of liberty and Mrs. Frederick Harig and Mhss address that It elected and the humontltarianlsm. It brands that Mary Theresa Harig. have returned League of Nations Indorsed, one of Government as Insincere, as tyranni from a stay "of several weeks at his first duties would ibe to present cal and as a foe of liberty. That Oak Hill, Tryon, N. C. Erin's claims for justice before that black stain stands against tho Brit Miss Alice Hays, who is visiting tribunal. Now, let the Friends if ish Government, a.ot of a century her sdster, Mrs. Vincent Pasquale, Irish Freedom ask Senator Harding, ago, but of today. And civilized and Mr. Pasquale, In ,Now York, will the Republican nominee, where he peoples will not forget it. British return the lost of the month. stands. It's dollars to doughnuts he statesmen may cry: "Out, damned the 7 Preferred Stock of Louisville Gas & Electric Company is ona and Irs. Mrs. Thomas Boone will attempt to evade the question, spot," but It will remain. Stonewall Howard were, last week of its strongest features. guests of their mother, Mrs. Mary but tho official bulletin of the NaAnn Bowling, at New Haven. FUTILE TO EXTENT. tional Friends, of Irish Freedom Your income from this stock is free of the normal federal income tax, and states that he was a consistent opMcDovltt Mrs. William and the stock is exempt from personal property taxes when owned by residents in Kentucky. Tho main issue iff tho campaign family will leave J. Ihe ponent of Irish Inoasures in this coming week this year Is the League of Nation's. for Granite City, HI., to join Mr. The country is about to hold tho McDevltt, who is employed there. Dividends checks by every three months on "solemn referendum" on this quesEXPECTKU. 15tb of July. October, April and January. No delays or expense of collection. Mrs. P. J. Fitzgerald and daugh tion which President Wilson called ter, Miss Josephine, left yesterday of Pope Benedict in In- for when the Senate refused to ratify for New York, Philadelphia and At .The action Improvements extensions to the electric and gas properties being the treaty. But will the referendum lantic City, to bo gone two weeks. terceding for the life of Mayor made this year offer an excellent opportunity for sound investing in industries helping really settle the matter? We know is what might have been "Mrs. George Hoertz and mother, v build up home prosperity. from the Father of Christen- that nelthor party can hope to have Mrs. Ernest Kampsmuller, returned majority In the next unday from Cincinnati, where they " assuage the a dom who did so much to describes the great, modern, amcient properties back cruelties of tho late war. It is re- Senate. To that extent the refer avo been visiting Mrs. Carl Kloze. tW investment and the remarkable growth of business served during tha past few years, George has refused endum will he futile. But wo believe 9 ported that Lloyd Miu W. H. Breedlove announces majority of the to accede to the Pope'e request. that a tho marriage of her daughter, "Miss to Emalyne Breedlove, That, too, might havo been expected. Senate wll follow the decision of the Georgia Bui when 6,500,000" workers In voters That will practically settle Louis G. Malone, on Friday of last ' week. England itself protest their horror at the matter. action and declare the Government's Mrs, J. B. Wathen and Mrs. RichHEAR AND HEED. i that they will hold It responsible for in Syracuse, N. Y ard Condon-a-re visiting Mrs. Wathcn's daughter, MdcSwinoy's death, that is a differis no country under the Mrs. Charles E. Coonoy, and Mr. Thoro ent matter. No wonder the Coali- sun, declares the Indiana Catholic, Cooney. I.18- -0 split and that the tion Cabinet is that should hear and heed tho ad Investment Department Government is seeking a way out of monition of Pope Benedict to give Mr. and Mrs. J Woinhardt an the difficulty into which it has blun greater honor to St. Joseph, the uni- noutreo the marriage of tholr daugh of Lomisville Gas & Electric Co. ter, Miss Esther Elizabeth ., Wein dered. versal" Patron of tho Christian fam- hardt, to John W. Pontrich on Sep Loakville, Ky. ily,' than tho United States of Amer- tember 1. PlaM ind m yoat lnvestmsot Utttat. J1RYAN HIDES. ica. The family is the very cflrner-ston- e Miss Clara Newman, of Lexington, N of tho social system of our Is visiting here as tho guest of her It is noticeable that the onco great Street. leader of Democracy, William J. country. It might also be said that couslnus, the Misses Estello and H. M. Bvllesbv & fin. "scal Catherino King, 420 North Twenty Bryan, la not taking any part in the the family has been tho very motor-forc- e sixth Telephone , street. 1 of American life, in tho sonee campaign this year except as a critic ' BnaHBiHaaaBaMHMIU that it was the family which from of both leading candidates. Bryan Miss Florence Viosmann and Rus-sA. Vetter were quietly married is quoted as saying that he wants a tho earliest days has been the cen September 4, at St, Charles Congress elected which will Impeach tral and dynamic unit of the ' church, Father Raffo pernational career. In the THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OP NAZARETH any President who dares io touch United States, despite the growth of forming tho ceremony. tho Volstead act. Porsonal pique ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphy anprobably has something to do with atheistical and pagan' Ideas, tho family is still strong, and still a nounce tho engagement of tholr the attitude of Bryan. At any rate, But It As daughter, Miss Agnes B. Murphy, to he really ibelongs in tho Prohibition predominant Influence. Walter J. Horp. Tho wedding will party, and ho Would confer a great threatened, and through it tho na- take iplaco September 22. 851 Sontli Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. , ?ni MENS FURNISHINGS tion is threatened therefore both boon on his former friends toy de -OOTX-ei3- I religion and patriotism should impel B&I08W.MARKET ST. Dr. John M. Keaney, Mrs. Keanoy daring ;himsolf for Watkins. Eor further information call at Presentation Academy. a great American response to the and son, Master John M. Keaney, "5LOUISVILLE!Kf Preston fcs Hojy Father's summons to renew the and Mr. and Mrs. James a week . DUTY TO VOTE. Keaney havo returned from publio devotion to and our respect end motor trip to Frankfort. C&1 ClCb Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and BECKHAM'S SYMPATHY. Now that women have' been given for family life. Mm. Mary Byrne announces the oldest Bank in the State. the vote thoy should oxercJse this marriage of her daughter, Mtes Jena Editor Kentucky Irish American TENDER REGARD. ."privilege, "not only as a right but Mae Byrne, to Henry A. Hettel on bonator Beckham was asked by as a duty," Cardinal Gibbons said to St. Paul's church, the Friends of Irish Freedom this Today. Sundav. Mondav and Lord Mayor McSwIney has lived August 30 at Donahue officiating. tho question: Rov. Eugeno newspaper men. Monday. "While I long enough to "Will you, if elected andl how tho world that tho occasion ariees vote for thn rerana luesaay. always havo been opposed to woman tho Kaiser la a saint when, comn onition KInberger, the John Xt of tho Irish Ranuhlfo?" m suffrage, because I felt that suffrage pared with the English rulers Now man, who reply Reminds one of the following Double Header Tomorrow Louisville railroad FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. woudd withdraw them from the Haven Echo. Is located In Now York City, was a anecaoio: a soDDing uttle girl, re"Washington past turning from the well, having brokthis visitor at more delicate and more saored purAnd these are the same rulers for week guest of Joseph P. en hor pitcher, was surrounded by a suits of home life," said tho Card- which our Senator Beckham pro Hlnes. as tho vs. crowd of sympathizers. A Quaker A inal, "now that they have been claims his tender regard. With him standing by, taking in the situation given the vote, I urge upon, all of England comes first, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Christian an- at a glance, drew from his pocket a TflIT BlCAtJTIKUI. there's a nounce the engagement of Mrs. coin. Turning to tho bystanders ho them the exerciso of that suffrage reason, but not mode known. 9FB-'"Vw iri-- "i'lifjrW'I Jt Christian's sister. Miss Maud E. said, "I'm a dollar eorry. How sorry Smw uNts at 3 a'elMk. Rmmd Stats aw not only as a right, but as aduty. Tho are you?" Lane, to Louis Frank Bosier. oa salt at BwshfMpr's. CIIABI.KSTOWN. IND. They should exerciso that duty InpaRegistration In the Catholic wedding will take place early In No doubt adding under breath, Sexon now open, New telligently. It is thel!" duty, both rochial schools, colleges and 'acad- October. your sympathy!" "D with seven miles of underground von will iv 7omr tioys aa aaaeaMos ,l dors end two routes make It the grand. R. K. to regteter and vote and especially emies has been most gratifying, preyars tM for Ufa trX of all tb known smaller caverns. Mrs. T. O'Donnoll. Misses Kato Take the Cliurlcstomt "Trolley." in the coming Presidential election each showing a marked Increase In and Anno Rupll, Agnes Pedigo and Intemrbun Station, Third Street. SERIES OF. DANCES. They should vote for the candidate attendance. la numerous instances Tom O Donnoll. a New Albany party College Auto parties will find cood roads att ths war. Cave oven all the time. Meals. n who will la their opinion contribute more roome and teachers wero re- who motored to High Bridge, At tho meeting of Division 4, A. 112 W. Broaiway, refreshments, eta Xy. and Lexington laet week, O. H., Monday evening in Bertrand and social quired. This means the disseminabest to the material Special Uatea To rurtic Of Ten Or have returned. by th Xaveriaa Brothers. Conducted Hall, it was annoueoed that the More. :progreof the StatO." tion of real Americanism and truly Soienttflo and Buelneea Classical, Committee of the di- Courfl, Preparatory Department, Large Write Indian Cave Co., Lonls-tll- e, Christian education' and Christian Ky. rhone Sliawuce 1015. Mrs. Mary A, Purcell has been vision had secured the Tyler Hotel BwlmmlBtr Pool, well Bquipped BLACK STAIN. citizens. Terms moderate. confined to St. Joseph's Infirmary auditorium for a series of five ' an accident sus- dances, tho first to he given, Friday Bro. BeaJMnln, Dlr. 11 this week from traveling with her evening, October 23. Vice President As far as we know, Archbishop The Mayors of more than oae tained while Manalx is still in London. He was hundred leading cities of America niece, Miss Aleen Chawk, en route Patrick ConneHy was In the chelr because of the abesnee of President arrested and Ar denied the privilege sent cables to Lloyd cTeorgo asking from Denver to Louisville. McEUIott, and he sxnounced that the aged mother in. Ire- him to release Lord Mayor of visiting hto Miss Catherine McDermJott was next meeting of thW division on Sep land toy the British Government, host Friday night at a large and de- tember 27 would be a- social session, OF ANYTHING IN We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. lightful danee at the homo of her which was so Indignant over the We Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erward J. ma:jy" GIRLS. HELPS BKAUOTFYiNG THIS CHURCH. treatment accorded to Cardinal Mer-c- ir McDermott, dn- - honor of "foer guest, ta. Belgium at tho beginning of 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Bound, Haokene&ck, For ths present (it has been deDeoorators from the' East are at Miss Adeline tb war. It tern thereby conferred Holy Name chureh, Third end O N. J. cided by the Trusttios, of .the Next Door to Dan Cotieu Shoe Store. Or a Religious Book, See the a Home to ueMbe tihree houses oa fctai a. distinction, that the streets, ifrescotag and patattag the Phone City 4593 Phono City 4608 . Miss Eunice Hancock and Stephen recently purcbesSd oa Fourth, ave prelate did not receive. The interior la aoeosdanoe with the ideas in marriage nue aa pmteftt signed by efery Bhshop to of the pastor, the Rev. John T. J, McEIllott were united church Wed- c'hanges,they stand., with a few mlnor Rogers Church Goods conn ftctlag) them, most like Louia Bertrand's O'Coiwor. new alter ireiand state clearly the. vl&wwfeteh erected, theA base haying will be at 9t. morning at 6 o'clock, Very ly wu a oorerea.Tiyossgs. xne cenalready nesday Mi Fewr. JLowJsv, Xy. 1 Rev. J. R. Clark ofitetaUag. Follow- tral house will he tie aamfeiastMtloa .the civllUed world ifckee o the beea pieced a position. New greet traasepts: wHl also be ing tfce" ceremony a wedding break building, with sWMn rooms above, put the ie the ehurehnee. One gferagraph added, KMkioe the chwch one of the fast was heKt at them. home of the and almost dottMj ibbawe number of2 Home Phone, City 7884 eeonnno-123HancocK, oi giris now nonsen tmn br.rae's mother, Mrs. bendeomest in the 'otty. west fi--- w Cuiab. Ja ae fellow: j South Sixth street- - Mr. and dated. "We protest egeteet thie fadianity Mrs. McKlltott then left on a bridal QUKKN'S DAUGHTERS. Sona . tour to New York, Washington and FJBTTBR ORAMD KNIGHT, to the great ArcabSabop as an in1 ' points; .f siTW-vnWish the eomlac of felt ad the ether Eastern vasion of tee tegMs JpC oitleewAH), was elected Peter W, Ttm . ana me a yreeedttre proroeeitre to regular meetings of the Queea'e Albany Coua- - AXD Oraad K&teht of DeiasMera durtag the year, Hm DAUGirrBRe op isakklla. kieteWon and unrest among room at aOS'ReBtubKe bittMteff be furtlier oil. KalaMs of Col nbus, wt the an- taee wwq markst strkwt meeting aual mseung of ooudssm Thu re wottd over.. We, hie j De& Teopeiwa. reom m usee Trlirtnlnw The regular in- James A. Rasideaee rhone Sbawase. 12-- -J 619 W. BROADWAY PH N CITY 3767 of LoukwiNe Circle, DeusMent of day ateht, su well jrelrtn. who heow trrotfcer Otfear aleeted are MS SBIS.,. I. Isabella, will take a4, ead wHl be open J, 1,11.1 ArchtPftop Meeatr to be 4 mmm. of The members are faxvtted every da. eveains. September 21,place Tuesday Thornton'. Oraad WJlHew to drop in ct XaMla of Deptaty Ou4sMe Guard, j Warden. Aiti.Hr A. ThoraAoa; tacret-r- v. .As-- 1 Item J. ReeereiK'; peace end a tow et .Mbertr foanded and helD with Abe work as often ae Columbus Hsil. All atertbowisare WentaeU: A4 raosxs oi. C. 7m- Sehtttte; Trustee, GUbert FoweM. -; Tvssmuw WM- - KvekMserrrr Iestds Guard, ef- the mm poesObly do so. Aatea ton; TMuaaetal retMT. to attend. oa Juetlee, wan re Urn tfcet weed A T t- - al Y - 1 . 1 "Here's tiie totuWilIe Gas anl v&wvje, otUzSMs ctz jrgze;wr ' Electric Company Dividend I J Income Checks Mailed to You Every Three Months fHE solid, substantial character of an investment in reach you promptly i mail the Mac-Swin- ey and ed tto two-third- s two-thir- ds 'l JAOurdlustrated circular f Call at our office or use the coupon. investment Department' Kentucky Inquiry CoUjiOn Louisville Gas & Electric Co, 311 W. Chestnut St, Louisville a -f el ever-expandi- ng Bor-rome- o - . m tSfezBsk WEm WPlW kjlr J NAZARETH COLLEGE 3., 1920. BASEBALL q)lVJ Y Louisville t-- - National Bank of Kentucky NEW ATTRACTION FOR LOUISVILLE ' well-know- ' MINNEAPOLIS INDIAN CAVE dlsco-erl- ea . ' St. Xavfer's Shak-ertow- Soal-vni- a, Gym-Baslu- WHEN n NEED Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg - Church Goods Line Ct. Bel-ai- win-de- a Poe, Frank Hartman TH0S. J. BR0CAR v nn DIOORATORI .11 Automobile Repairing Accessories Tubes Tires 'o tm te s .,. .It aM-Mts- sder' j' '...,. y. . ';. AT- ... - dEw J ri 0 -- . fattf&l&t'j, ' EEETrrOICY IRISH AMBHIOAN. You Must Pay tne Price One Way or the Other through inferior service or higher charges. The public always pays for 1c IBSSSinL Hr .,.!.n - BkIBM GbHSx a rundown plant, either five-cent A w yi - ML ". J- Report of Federal Electric Railways Commission. SSBBBBHSBDVwk P eSH ajjl IbBM fare. By reducing the number of cars; by neglecting repairs on trackage and equipment. . By overlooking details that now add to your convenience. ,? " By operating on schedules instead of "on the do" But surely this is not the kind of service you want. Progress demands that this vital factor in the ability of thousands of men and women, boys and girls, to earn a livelihood be more than mediocre or x "once-hvawhile- Yes, 'it is possibld"to maintain a sort of street car "service" on a LLLbW .siLPeSiraS BEf J1 jBebBSSSI f i Marble Cae temptingly delicious made with mm PRESIDENT OP PRANCE. Paul Deschanel, lor many years President of the French. Chamber of Deputies, elected President of Prance to succeed President Polncaro. M. even good. necessary. Increased operating costs leave no part of the nickel to pay for them. A seven-cen- t fare is necessary if funds afe to be had to keep trackage and equipment at point where service can be maintained and improved. Which price will you pay? ' To insure THE BEST, rehabilitation, improvements and extensions are BECKHAM VS. FREEDOM. The Fair Fare Problem Is Your Problem. " Figure It Out For Yourself. . . - . : W. S. SPEED, Chairman. JOHN W. BARR, Jr., W. H. KAYE, Executive Committee. f H.BQSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Tclcphono 1022 BJ. BROADWA ASK FOR PROTEST HIS SEIZURE. The Rev. M. M. English, of Whitehall, Mont, returned lost week with four other American nrlests on the Cunarder Kalsorln Augusta Victoria from Ireland. He spent several weeka,ln Limerick and brought back a graphic description of the tyrrany of the British soldiers. He said: "My brother Patrick accompanied mo to Ireland. He harf not yet ob tained run naturalfzatnon papers and after wo reached tlhe borne of our parents, a squad of soldiers ar rived, ransacked the house, searched our baggage and carried Paitrlck away. Neither my parents dn Ireland, nor my brother, nor I had over expressed our sentlmemts about he Sinn Fein, movement. There was no excuse for the soldiers depriving my brother of hln liberty, and I am going to Washington to ask Senator Walsh, of Montana, to have the protest My State Department father's neighbor, Daniel Lynch, was taken from his home and shot When the soldiers found they had shot the wrong man they expressed tholr regret And It Is just such things as these that liave made flo much trouble In Ireland." On tlie trip across several English passengers objected to Sinn Fein demonstratoina and slngtog. They went to Capt Irvine and demanded that the Sinn Felners be locked up. Calpt. Irvine learned that ithe Sinn Felners numbered COO, and as they wore dn, the steerage and away from the first cabin lie declined to interfere. CHAPLAIN WARING RESIGNS. Very Rev. George J. Waring, who was in charge of Catholic chaplains In the Atlantic vicariate during the war, has resigned his commission In EWING'S DAIRY 600 PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. . iaaBBBBBBBBBBBBaBaBKLfll Dm BSr FRED. C jte.fel Mfl1 C LOEMKER Mta wd FwltMim, Shoay FOURTH AND O STS Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity If It's For Sale Givo Mo a Call Thirty-tw- o NOW IS TnE TIME TO HAVE YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR STD7F HAT RENOVATED Avoid the rush by consulting us now HAT .CLEANING AND BLOCKING OUR SPECIALTY NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS PINK VARBLE ALBERT SMITH, Prop. REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER City 5101 335 W. Market St. TRUST BLDO. 214 LOUISVILLE Both Phones MONDAYS ONLY PRESSED THE VERY BEST suits dry cleaned; ... $1.25 EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 the army after a service of sixteen years, to resume ihis duties In the ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING chancery of the New archTHE SHEPPARD MFCL CO. Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted diocese. Msgr. Waring York retires at Incorporated the request of Most Rev. Archbishop Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty Hayes, who wants his assistance In SOU WEST BROADWAY STEEL AND IRON WORKERS conducting the affairs of the archdiocese. Msgr. Waring was chaplain 1612 WEST MAIN STREET of the Eleventh Cavalry in Cuba NATIONAL HATTERS Homo Phone, City B77 from 1906 until 1909. In 1914 ho LOUISVILLE, KY. at the instance of 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET was detached Major Gen. Wood, then chief of Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape staff, for special work in the milApparatus Oar Specialty DYERS AND CLEANERS itary prison. Subsequently he wont CALL FOR AND DELIVBR overseas as a representative of it he CALL US FOR Chaplain Bishop, and while abroad Home Phone, City 1931 visited all the battle fronts. Falls City Cleaners and Dyers LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City 6443; Main 2434 HENRY GOSS Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil OompAay Keatacky LoalsvlUe - - - DEAD ANIMALS JOHN B. O'LEARY A OO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY See us about anything la xeal sUte. We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Some Phone City 4464 STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID 721; OO. Call Home Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE! RENDERING flAMBLY BROS. SHOE General Repair AVork, Cleaning and Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a STORKS Automotive Co. Broadway All Kinds of Footwear For tao Whole Family Two HAMBLYT3 at First. Home Tel. 3063 of Milo D. Cataibell. 'his nearest comEasy Phonn in n petitor, by more than. 17,000 votes, trial On terms. 1920 mnHnl for our In was conceded. The total vote cast homo. for Groesbeck in 2,453 of the 2,947 precincts was 78,778. Cambell re- - We repair any sewing machine. LEXINGTON. ceived G1.242 votes; Charles E. la the Blue Grass Council, K. of C of Mott, third seventh, race, 49,173; and J. C. DORSEY & CO. 15,000. Lexington elected the following of- Hamilton, ficers at the last meeting: Grand City 0G50 BABE RUTH WITH BAND. Knight, R, J. Hillenmeyer; Deputy Orand Knight, H. F. Pohlmeyer; 542 E. JEFFERSON ST REET The Chancellor, Charles P. Dodd; Ward- Mary famous boys' band at St. Industrial School, Baltimore, en, B. J. Fallon; Financial Secretary, Petor F. Clark; Recording Sec- tho Institution that gave "Babe" Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phono, Main 3580-retary, Frank L. McCarthy; Treas- Ruth to the baseball world, to to urer, J. J. Bonfleld, Advocate, Jerry tour the cities of tihe American J. King: Inside Guard, Joseph J. League with the New York Yankees Hubbuch Sr. & Son on their final swing around tho cirLynch; Outside Guard, Richard cuit this season. Fifty skilful little Dealers In Tho Installation of these officers will take place at tho meet- musicians, who constitute the band, WAIL PAPER AND RUGS now tuning up for tho trip, ing of the council on Monday, Oc- are which will bo under the personal tober 4. bldg.. auspices of "Babe" Ruth, the hero 1120-112- 8 WEST MARKET ST. of the school, and which is Intended to help raise funds in aid of the Home, City 4990 drive for $2,000,000 now being con- Cumb., Main 490 ducted by St Mary School. It is Ruth's idea. When he heard that PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS his alma mater needed funds and contemplated a drive, he suggested Incorporated that concerts bo elven In all the cities of the American League, and EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' promised himself to go on tho platform and tell what tho school had AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING done for ihlm. Tho band will also APPAREL give concerts prior to tho games 1n which the Yankees play. Brother ARTHUR II. ROHMANN, Manager Paul, Superintendent of the school, ant Brother Matthias, the man who started Ruth on his baseball career, S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. will accompany the band. Wo Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Louisville, Ky Sept 14. Editor Kentucky Irish American: When Beckham was asked by the committee It he would vote In the United States Senate to recognize the Irish Republic he scorned thdlr appeal and shouted "NO" In a voice that carried Joy to the heart of every Orangeman In America. What other answer did they expect from this shallow politician? When a resolution of sympathy for Ireland was offered in the Senate he refused to vote for It because he did not want to offend that brutal bully, England, from whose loins ho Is proud to have sprung. He was quick 'to extend aid to Armenia, but the appeal of suffering Iroland was cast aside. He saw no virtues In her cause. The British Legation looked down on him from the diplomatic gallory confident that he would cast his vote with that bitter, unrelenting minority which hates the Irish and atandsi between them and recognition by this powerful Government. At San Francisco. Senator Beck- Jiam was a member of the Commit tee on Resolutions. A word from him would have committed democracy to stand for justice and freedom to Ireland, lut ho votod there as he had voted in the Senate, to deny her the sacred right to take her iplace among the nations of the earth. Again Tie spoke for Armenia despoiled by tho Turks as Ireland has been ravaged by England, aotually writing the Armenian resolution which can be found In tho Democratic platform, but no word of sympathy or hope for strick en Ireland escaped his contemptuous lips, What Irishman can vote for this defiant Ingrate? For years he has profited by the support of tho Irish throughout his long chase for- public office. He has lured them with ipromlses of friendship only to betray them when tholr hour of opportunity ,had come. Many special pleas will be made for him by .his manager Haly, and appeals will be made to stand by tho Democratic party, but the object of It all Is to givo Beckham six more years In the Senate. SURE HE NEEDS THE JQB. Tragedy and luck 'have kopt him at the crib for twenty years. It will be too late after November 2 to settle accounts with Beckham attend to his case now. Drag him from h's high estate, where he looks down upon hla betters. Drive him from the office he holds and separate him from his salary if you want to send the Iron Into his heart. FRIEND OF IRISH FREEDOM. - V FLOUR MARBLE RIST0S CAKE RECIPE (PART DARK) White Part to- - r cup butter, well creamed Yh,te3 --CUI 4 eggs gether water we" beatei0 L i 72 wuii 'gether Pf ,....j uunur, Dark Part and 2 . . 10- - L. r.WnT,fugar . wen creamcu Yolks of 4 eggs well & cup strong coffeo 1 teaspoon baking powder i This Trad Mirk on Erery Sack ) To fill baking pan: Put a spoonful ' of the white on four sides? then a spoonful of the dark between these; put white above the dark, then dailc between, etc. JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS -- BIGOTRY BEATEN. Overwhelming repudiation and defeat at the hands of the voters of Michigan in the Statewide ipfrimarlos was tho outcome of the attempt of James Hamilton, author of a proposal to proscribe private schools, to get the Republican nomination, for the Governorship. Out of a iposslble total of 350,000 votes la Detroit, his own city, Hamilton received less than 2,000, and finished seventh in the race, Ini which nine 'candidates were entered. His vote In tho State at large was about 20,000. The Gubernatorial nomination, was won by Attorney General Alex J. Groes-beowho la July held In an official k, FRED ERHART 4 ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Corner Fourth and Jeff irssn ELECTRIC CLEANER ' 333-33- N. W. Cleans by Air Alono. Phono Us For a Demonstration. BEST CHEW Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 5 Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE Both Phones C. opinion tional amendment requiring all children between tho ages of six and sixteen years to attend the public schools was in conflict with tho Federal Contsltutlon and .therefore Invalid. Hamilton and other bigots have been endeavoring for several years to obtain a law of this intent. It is admitted that their real purpose was to attack schools. With only that tho proposed constitu- WEST MAIN ST. City 13g Main J. aCHNEHDBR, tail .JR, IbBlftf SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. MEAT MARKET OOTTHTHT 4SS SCHNEIDER'S BOOS SOUTH missus torney General Groesbeck's defeat Catholic few precincts. lioiu iuio uniciai counii, At- a the LOUISVILLE ...... Dr. VS FIFTH FZOXAZ.TX BTTtHBT KBNTVCST m, CORNS.BUNIONS Iflpowhz wd AbMrnil Kill SdHtffltiflj TruM Uriah Z. Lltsiy KI&bW. I"" Chiralt Batk FhoJM Starka BaUalaa 57 NEILL-L- A VIELLE A Joseph SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED MILL AND falls orrr hall FACTORY SUPPLIES LADIES' AND GENTS SUITS Dry Cleaned and Pressed $1.75 Work Called For and Delivered Tolephono City 2742 LOUISVILLE CLEANERS & DYERS 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. On rurniture, Diamonds ana otter Property at loweit Bates la PEOPLE'S PXOVXDEKX ASSOCIATION &OAX8 Per-on- al Otty FEELS CARDINAL'S A. Xrapp Okas. S. Xrapp Home Phone, City 7006 DEATH. Rubber and Paper Stock 203 nnr.EirjM nTiiT.nTMri 8. E. COR. TIIinD AND JEFFBRBQN Incorporated Stores Shaw. 1716 CKy 7164 ' aettt and Portland. 18th and Magazine Phone City 21G4 KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail THE ZERR CO. Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN VAULT AND DRY" WELL CLEANERS ' J 811 REALTY BUILDING- A3CB BKXP, POBX, TBAX ABB 4 AH Xlaaa of Sauka Hurt 20S EAST. JEFFERSON BTREET WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING City 8389 PLASTERER Cumb. S. 164 Bva 3 jBF w& ' BROOK AND BLOOM City 6910 Res-- , Shawnee 1863-- L SbbsJbSbBhu IBvot'SBvAvJ BBBBBt Sullivan Transfer Co. - ffi ' Iaeerpwated TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL AND TRUCKS FOR PKJWTC "KAYJUDK PAIWIE6" JOHN B. WATHEN nnwrruRH motinoam) PAOKDMS "'vAvAht JBVJBBi BaB: BBBBBBBBh JBvAvAvAvA; Cardinal Amette's death Is remanded In, Rome as a tremondoua los3 to France and at the present moment a personal loss to Rome During the war Cardinal also. Amette was the link between France and Rome, having made several visits before and, after ifcho armistice. He was one of the most prominent figures at Wie canonization of St Joan of Arc. The almost simultaneous death of the Spanish Cardinal Qulsasalo y Menendez renews the fear that tho old 'tradition, often verified heretofore, about Cardinals dying la threes, Is to come true a 8 In, CAMP KNOX. LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 901-00- JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8398 3 City 866 West 866 St. Matthews 57 X W. HISKAMP City Elevator and Warehouse BUILDER OP IDSAVY TRUCK uuuifcM, CLOSED CAB AND Hay, Grain and Feeds FORD BODIH8 A SPECIALTY The Home of "Quality Feeds" 123 N. FOURTH ST. AND 818 N. ETFTBKNTH ST. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Oscar Farmer & Sons Orescent 29-- L 'a WORK 11M WMTMAJM VPHMWt ' Me Seatk Twoutj' Birth m. West 2U4 Ikunm 191 LOiHI MMUUrOal XAULDHI Major P. V. Klertar land Mre. COMPLETE LINE Kieffer have given up their home MADE SHOES RIFLE FIRE AND GRKNAD ES DEFEAT MOB ATTACK. In HdffsfeiHl Mrenue, and are now at M. BUCKNER photoe of attempted Urm Ing, of the Relcnetag by Berlin, mob. the Officers' Club at Camp Knox. Opea Evenings Until NIae O'clock Flret Miss Frances Kieffer, ithak daughThe thronr charted the buiklinfl at ter 'lietenin to ftery 'oraMon. The WHOLESALE- TOBA0GOMIMT oa the portal on iy after repeated yifie flre Mid Uuwr-IH- S ter, left Tuesday to enter Naaaieth drive broken m WHiT MAIN STJUHM of BMtir grenades. Stooree of d ead and Injure wejte otvrried Mm Aadmy. Mkw Kieffer wWl spend the holiday tmm44obc with her par-ijt- e courtyard of the buSMinc 'fterjtite the baitf. LOUISVILLE Qalek Service aad Quality Guaranteed - - KENTUCKY OF UNION ST. MATTHEWS J. m Spalding Shoe Co. haiwl-to-ha- od at Camp Kaoc BIGHTIMBNTn, AND MAPLK STS. ... KWfTUOKY tTf$ $ acif W. H. Silliman, Pres. HCKixrarxjOBrsr ociexKt Fred J. Klausing, Sec-Trc- as JkJSExx&jj&t fTTTr MM i "1MHTHMB THE MODERN WAY INCOpPOItATED CLEANERS AND DYERS 2 S. THIRD STREET OFFICE AND PLANT, Send us your Palm Beach Suits, Flannel Trousers, $ Georgettes, Voiles and Organdy Dresses and let us ? clean them THE "MODERN" WAY. It's different. Minor repairs free. Auto will call for and deliver all work. As near you as your phone. 1140-4- & . $? -- JEJr - If 1 str s52dWMKi?!&8 'fliH KutiK&FtU ryjsy jSr 2lH jHsV....3VSiMM NIQHT SCHOOL Conducted under tho auspices of tho K. of 0. Supremo Committee on Education K. of C. EX-SERVIC- FREE TO AUL BBBBs jP t E MEN. i 'Mp'3HtiJi Jr.i5fcrfl3t MBBBBHbXK BBficGsLL? 8i&Ts3HKHflaH SOUTH QUALITY 2362 A3SJD OR CITY School will open September 27. Classes open to everybody. Entirely free to men upon presentation of ovidenco of military service; dtficrs may enroll upon 'payment of small tuitional fee. Classes will offer a practical education on any subject A class m any ono particular study will bo established upon receipt of ten or moredesired applications. School is open to all as Well as Catholics. non-Catholi- 4t4PM4PPM4tiHif We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Style. and in First-Clas-s SERVICES. bbbbSP' BBBBBB& "'AhIH .BBLBV HHbwwbSbSbI HbBBHL LBLH A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR SELF-ADVANCEME- bbhbW bIbmHbbbW kbb1bWaJbhbbbk!(bbbH BBBRBBHBHIr'BHBBB; BBbI WEWANTYOURWORK 1" bMMbI :JB;.MbW. PK THE NEW HISTORY. "And now the "To Enroll now in ono or more of the following classes: Accounting Civics and Citizenship Advertising Commercial Arithmetic Auto Mechanics and Motor Drafting Transportation English" (Elementary Business English and Corand Advanced) respondence Spanish Bookkeeping Journalism Penmanship Public Speaking Salesmanship Stenography and Typewriting Vulcanizing MILLION DOLLAR CHORUS IN CHARITY PLAY. Miss Dolly Kimball, Miss "Dlllle" McKeever. Miss Maud Kahn and Miss Sheila Byrne a s they appoar In tho chorus of tho musical comedy "What Next" la New York City for charity. Every member of tho cast Is prominent In Now York society. Joit to rlgnt. Fill out this application for enrollment and mail in at once: Name in full Street No. and Town ' '' Member of Company I wish to enroll in tlie following classes: .l .. Regiment PRINTING t fr Division I Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Head, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc Dance and Wedding Irmtetaras a Specialty. H0 PHONE At Concord Bridge and Lexington. I A It was with England ithot wo fought In thot thar fuss thet wuz bogtin usetcr reiad of liaow she seat mighty British armament An' tried .tor grind tho ipooplo daown, t Pentlcklor In old Boston Taown. rod-skin- 's usetor learn I alius thought (taught see things ought." children must clearly as by-the be. they nrri tho t , knlfo On Yankee settlor, maldand wife. Yes stfrree, bob. Through all the An.' did Indeed tlio worst she could years Ter put us uout of business good. Of war, of tortiilro and of tears, Whatever evil mlfrht An' haow, in spite of all thorn deeds, Tho mother land wasbetide. side. eVRHBT. 819 WBST by our With Franco ter help us In our m needs, l1tlMW Wo just (turned to an' fought an' Yes, France 'helped too a little. Still .licked 'Twas English kindness and good An' o'er tho sea her army kicked! . will LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Which eet us on the broad highway I usetor learn orbout tho .great WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. ui ireeuom tnet wo tread today. Hlustr'oufl Founders of the State, t Haow noble an' haow grand ithoy "Well, who In thunder was our foe seomoaj "Ef 'twarnt tho British? Let me What dreams of them my young know. . 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE 'heart dreamod! "Thot wto did light you must admit. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. Phone City G 827 Main 157C-- J "Who was It thon with whom we An' many a tlmo I lost my breath fit?" Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and Dealers On "Give mo liberty er death!" Er spoke, halt proudly, half In fear Ho oplened up hla little book, In Leather Goods "Tho MIdnlfcht Ride of Paul Re- An' turned a page, and gavo a look: LOUISVILLE, KY. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY vere." An' eaye: "The foes wo fought were INCOnPORATBD Hessians, Er read with patriotic 'thrill OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. "Am they are much tho same as PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. Of haow tho men at Bunker Hill . Prussians. In silence waited, grimly wlqe, now Tor see tho whites of British oyes. "King George klnfolk, they were pectscrops Indicate the production of fine of iplotatoes, corn, tobacco, German, i' oats, apples, poaches and sorghum, An' haow our land Is what she Js "The British hated 'em like ver- all of which promise a much largor Because she's ours; not her'n or min. year. 326-2- 6 liis; " 'Tla all connected, as you see, yield than last6, 532,000 Potatoes aro W. Jefferson Phone Cijy 1707 estimated at bushels as Because no British bond we'd brook "With very recent history. re. compared with 6,040,000 the preBut from our limbs the shackles ceding year. Tho minor crops aro WrAArAAArAAAJ kAAAAAAA AAArAAr shook! . You slip them in and slip "So we may say It was tho Hun also reported as In good condition. them out, "We fought and licked at Lexington. i Them was tho things I learned at "And this same Hun, hiisfcorlans say, Burn gas or coal in turn WELCOME VISITOR, i school. "We licked again, tho other day. about. For tlm Hick and those wlio nurse tho sick lies In tho fact that But naow I'm askln', Who's the The Rev. Johni P. Cavanagh, asyou know tho mcdlcino prescribed by your doctor is prepared 3 fool? "But as for England no. Her arm E. G. HEARTICK by druKt'istH who conscientiously compound prescriptions, J 'Cause t'other day I upa and looks' "Has always shielded us from harm. sistant pastor of the Sacred Heart 3 At somo specialists in their Avork. being history books, "The same In tonguo and blood wo church, San Francisco, lias been enjoying a delightful vacation and 015 EAST BROADWAY are, Phono us any hour of tho day or night. Wo will call for ' Tho kind they're all naow. "With her wo've never heon at war." visit in Louisville, itho cuest of his and deliver your v ants. Main 2033 City 2181 cous:lns, Mrs. Nonlo Moenkhaus, 732 An' toko my Word for it. I vow South Thirty-fourt- h street, and ir evory thing I usoter learn I usetor learn I alius thought Ain't been, discarded stem and stern! It was with England thet we fought. Messrs. Thomas J. and Joseph M. : SECOND AND CHESTNUT i .But naow It seems the men wero Garvey, 217 South. Brook street i Father Cavanagh Is itho son of Mr. City3C5-3- 37 Main 0102 J Yes, sir! It seems thet I was wrong. crook9 , Our olosest friend, right straight Who made tho old time history and Mrs, Thomas J. Cavanagh, old Day and Night Service time residents of this city who mado along, UOOKS. tAAAA'AArAA AAAAAAAAAAAA Was she of whom I usoter tnolr inome on Zane street, between ithlnk Eleventh and Twelfth, before movShe tried ter put us on (the blink! Well, maybe not eo had as that. ing to tho Golden Gate City thlrty-flv-o They didn't mean ito He so flat, years ago, whore (the young My boy, he emlle3 at my dismay. But German propaganda made "Why dad," he says, "wo fool today Them say those things, I'm much priest was born. Father Cavanagh HARVEY-JELLIC- O was shown the numerous Catholic Thet we've hod Just about enough afraid. Institutions and places of interest Of crudely patriotic stuff." about tho city. "While here ho iniado (INCORPORATED) While naow, historians aTO freo many friends and will carry away DOUBLE-DAk(The words are hla.) "Research," To write things as they reely be. with 'him most pleasing memories of says be, no propagandamow misleads The Company With the Coal and the Service. "Is keener than It used to be; Our writers as to England's deeds. Louisville and Kentucky. The Leaves Merjumi Yards located nt Fifteenth autl.Magnolhi. Yard at First aud A. "And history ibooks and teachers too rERFORMS MIRACLES. "Have quite a different point of view And so old fogies like myself Yard and Elevator, Fopo and Pay no Streets. Must ploco our old books on tho Tales of miracles periormed at INCOKPORATED "Abou tho Revolution, say, shelf, Both Phones at AW lards. "Prom books and teachers in your An ilearn how England saved us Templemoro, Ireland, were told SunliOOISVILLE, KENTUCKY. day In New York City by eleven uay. then Also Makers of Oertcln Dark and Oortels Lltjht. N1IV AND SLIGUTtY Catholic priests who returned to this An' how she'e ready to, again! "And now we've lota of evidence J country on board the steamship "To show how lacking In good senso Mulllns Alden Caronlai The Rev. Father J. Daw son Byrne, Beresford, S. D who "Were those who wrote about the BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED CROP PROSPECTS GOOD. x was born and educated in this counipast. disOLDEST, LARGEST AND ONE OP THE MOST RELIABLE "Tho truth, you know, will out at According to tho September crop try and ordained in Chtoago, Sep' DEALERS IN THE PALLS CITIES IN UUHrUHATBD last. report Just Issued Kentucky's pros- - cussed his 3visit to Templomore tember 2, and 4. "WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," "Tho place whoro all these mir acles have been performed," said TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." Father Byrne, "Is in a bedroom of Incorporated a small thatched cottage, where the J15Uuthrie Street. Both Phones 315. Blessed Virgin appeared to James 405 WEST BROADWAY Welch, a poor boy soventeen years T. J. MOKItOW. Manager. J. J. McTIQHE. AgBt. Myr. old, July 2, and told him to dig a LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSONVILLE small round holo In tlhe earthen floor of his sleeping room, which would become a well for healing tho litWWVtHWWWWWWWVWVWWWWWWWtWWWVWW afalr in.v. InmAi .niwl 41.A l.llvwl JIO u,n, tA ... wu ma MWUU. tin I! BOMBPmvnraAA rnnntBrANn maiiv .tQ7i.. i told me that the Holy Mother had appealed to him in visions several times during 'June, but he had been j W afraid to mention, it until he was AL. S. SMITH, PROP. convinced that it was his duty to do so after making the well. Wlhen he had mado the hole, about tho size of a small washing basin, he said the Blessed Virgin, passed her hand around tho rim and the water began to flow, and It lias been kept filled BOTH.'PHONES 810. ever since. The next demonstration was August 14, where the statues In lUs room begn to bleed. I saw- I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, blood coming from the mouth of tlho statue of the Holy Mother and blood from the eyes of the etatuo" of Iho Savior. When I was at Tomsplemore pilgrims were arriving there at the ; M 1 1 1 rate of 30,000 a day from all iparta of Great Britain. Outside the eot- 1S29';WEST MARKET STREET 'tage there are piles of crutches left by pilgrims who have had the use of their limbs , restored to thom. Bldnd pfxaons wftio had to be led 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, to the shrine walked away without sight had been assistance, as MCt. aut uit-- T restored." crowds of pilgrims Jmvtag assembled at Cashei to witness the ah i gea nwrnueatauou ox the bleeding 'i statue. Dean Byrne writes to the 11RS. LLOYiD GEORX1H SITS AS MAGISTRATE. v, J aewspapera tmyias that the prlarfs Gaeml vimr of the Court of Quarter gotomi at Ci mar von, bow-f- (MbHv dlylne ItUerrenHoo. In the CHmb. Mala Stww Ctty'SMS A aMttng mm: He warn th $ople Um of GMt BnMait'a H, Km. VmH Uf4. a. T m MteNit' t kM first mm. nv&ttng BittwolMi at OMwl. S46. Of haow slio loosed So ho goes ori; till tlmo Thet 'he gets through, I tell you I'm So plumb confused at what he's said, I feel quite dlzzjy In my head. But from his words thot I recall 'Twarn't England thot we licked at all, Ho says (an! nover cracks a smile) Thot England loved us all ifihe while! REGISTER AT LINCOLN PARK OFFICE , St. Xavier's College, Second and Broadway K. of 0. Homo, 816 South Fourth School For Colored Men, Thirteenth, and Broadway Ex-Servi- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ORIS? . SWISS CLEANING MEN'S SUITS CLEANERS AND OF ., 1 TAYLOR TRUNK CO. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYERS DR. T. J. SPBBKS DENTIST GREAT CONSOLATION -- Franklin Gas Burner -- now-fnngl- mm MoGUBIfcY IIXJO SODOJR BRINK COAL CO. OERTElS it Drink that , THB OBIfc1E$I, CO. a Pleasant USED CARS Byrne 4 Speed Coal Corporation BENSINGER AUTO COMPANY - ,tmBiM.iPffm)ilIT,()t(B)tBtt)t(ltlt I J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. QRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director I I Funeral and Embalmer i Saa Bast JMLaixx Unt?cet. vvvuvtvvvvvwvivwtvw - THOMAS KEEN AN ..FCTNAI, DIRECTOR.. ' ln lilllHIHIH ''twiiinnnmiiwN ItMllMHlllllllllilltt DOUGHERTY & McELUOlTJ and Embalmers! th-ai- r 3k D. Fampral Director aid Embalai BAX ir I Funeral Directors Pr(r Gor, at a4nt uiimiiiiiwni.n BOTH xttoi&mm. S98i n""ininiininininiit I SKJBOCXJOJKY IRliiH Back: f AJS&&XKLGJIMm Binn " I Op arLv bi AW r- WAttice. -- ' &WiMBS& " . J cltSuK w W OHAMe - W SViAME- -' -f V srMi NOn-UM' iSjow tvjV VN- iaww I -- H V Home, from HAP A PINK Saw You Guwnih'B chooc F Patch . "SniA"r V wasuV Awy BStcm ABotfrME. . M&-- aiao M " .- - F 'I Ill II. 6 kAAA t t YW .1 .11 II VVVyy1 II. wyvyy I T I I EVER STOP TO THINK? i There are thousands upon thousands of people in all walks of life who should bo wearing glasses, yet they proferto Buffer from hcadacho, nervousness and other mental disorders rather than have their eyes properly examined and cared for. Delay Is most unwise. WE DUTLIOATE YOUR OLD LENSES AND FILL OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE 11 HOME OF PURE MILK a tff S JbJtnA Aa (ums?Hl-!Q- f Home Phone Gty 2383 fesse?esssasssasssgijef f K. J. BJUHNN, FrtsWMt hA ASK YOUR GROCERS." HiHpr. P. tAHIHH, JR., Y1h Pre. Hri TrtM. P. Sewer aae1 BANN0N PIPE CO. Calvert Fiat, BaaBta's Patent Lldde Pipe fer Steaa Ceadalts, EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR will make no reduction in prices; feBB7 1 BB UP-STAIR- Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woolen mills there will sure be a shortage. S Wall Ceplng, Draia Tile, YltriSefl BrlcK, Fire Proofing", Flae Lining", Fire BricB Crate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chiataey Teat, OFFICE 86 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. REMAINS OP PLANE IN WHICH S IR JOHN ALCOCK WAS KILLED I N FRANCE. The fuselage of tho machine arranged in front of tho Normandy farmhouse waiting for ithe official inquiry as to what caused the machine to crash to earth killing Sir John Alcock, Its pilot and first man to mako the non-sto- p Atlantic Ocean flight. WHAT IS TREASON? MAIN B07. PHONES CITY Breckinridge and Nintk and Magaalia. Z VrORKS Thtrteeatk and STORE PERFECT FITTING Whallen Building, 322 Weit Jefferson Street BOB JOHN nil jeaaeieaeeaeesjesjeegea)eaea)as)ga)0gf FHrs MARTRYDOM NOT SUICIDE. and humanity may mean tho safety of your throne, tho salvation of Bonar Law says MacSwlnoy Is a your empire. Interest In the case of Terence & HANNAN SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES traitor and must pay tho penalty. MacSwlnoy, Lord. Mayor or cork, William Randolph Hearst. who Is starving to death in a British What Is jail, is intense throughout the JIacSwiney sympathized with his JTOR FACES DEATH. world. Appeals In his Irish compatriots and must forfeit his life, but Carson defied tho BritTerence MacSwIney, Lord Mayor behalf to Lloyd George have met ish Government, organized opon of Cork, who on Thursday began the only cold Indifference. Apparently armed resistance, committed overt 'thirty-fift- h day of his hunger strike, tho British Premier Is callous In his treason and his penalty was an was much weaker after spondlng a calculating cruelty.. We hope far election to Parliament and a place bad night, according to tho report nothing from him. If ho dared he In tho British Cabinet. to the Homo Office from the physi- would starve tho whole Irish nation. But if tho Premier is indifferent, It seems to make a difference cians at Brixton prison, where itho 'Prompt and Efficient Service whether treason is committed In the Lord Mayor Is incarcerated. Tho others are not. A press dispatch the Main 1439 City 3728 north of Ireland or in the south of physicians stated MacSwIney had en- other day Informed us that Father Oculists' Prescriptions. Ireland, whether It Is committed by joyed less rest than for several Bernard Vaughan had been interSTARKS BUILDING 309 regarding tho or a Sinn nights company an UlsterIt mancommitted in Folner, Mayor," previously, "The Lord viewed case. The press moral aspects SODTHERN optical is whether reported Mm behalf said the Thursday morning of the ot the Irish people and Irish Inde bulletin Issued by the Irish Self-Das saying that from bis study of theXXCOXFOXJLTXS pendence or in flagrant violation of torminauon league, "(passed a very ology, dogmatic and moral, that .O GLOBE TIRES Fourth and Chestnut. home rulo measures passed by Par- had night Indeed and was vsry weak hunger striking was virtually sulcldo City 1184, In the interest of Ireland and worn out this morning." Sv liament and that Mayor MacSwIney could and openly violated by Carson and not receive the last sacraments nor his organized Ulsterltes through Christian burial In the ovent of his TAKES 3L1RYLAND UHTOE. force of arms. There Js no Justice death. Ho was careful to add, howIn England's treatment of Carson, Miss Rose B. Mouse, ot Cumber- ever, that other and more learned traitor to the authority of Parlia- land, Md. and Edward H. Wagner, men would disagree with his view. Now we doubt that Father Vaughan ment and doubly traitor to tho peace and permanency of the Brit- of Louisville, were married at a nup- was correctly quoted In tho disTHE iVDRLO THB FMEST M ish Empire, and tho treatment of tial mass at St. Mary'a church, patch, and for this reason: that dogMacSwlnoy, much less a traitor, if Md., Tuesday morning. A matic theology has no bearing on a traitor at all,, to England's 'true wedding breakfast was eervod at the the case, and Father Vaughan knows welfare. But there has never been homo of the bride'o parents Immedi- enough to understand this. It looks PRES I I any justice in England's treatment ately afterward andMr. and Mrs. like a flxod-u- p interview to some of Ireland; 'there never has been Wagnor left on in extended honey- newspaper scrlbo who knows nothing any impartiality, any feeling of fra- moon trip through the East They of either dogmatic or moral theternity, any human sympathy; will mako their homo at 1227 South ology. Father Vaughan may have cay nuOa mr Mtftlttoa. worse even, tho.ro has been nothing Sixth street, Louisville. ventured to doubt from his perMrs. Wagner Is the daughter of sonal point of view tho lawfulness but stupidity and bigotry, race g hatred and religious prejudice. The one of the pioneer families ot Cum- of carried 6 the exmailed fist of Germany has gone, berland, and the groom is President treme of death but that is as far but the iron heel of England re- of the J. F. Wagner & Sons' Com as he could go. mains and is stamped upon the pany, contracting tinners and hardIf Mayor MacSwlnoy wore delibneck of Ireland, upon the neck of ware dealers. erately seeking his own death, then Egypt, upon tho nock of India, and It might bo said that his act was STMT SHE THIS MS NTH WITH THC all the subject peoples which the Buicidal. But wo feel certain that he UPON MISSION WORK. militarism ot England rules relentwished to live and that ihls lessly, remorselessly, selfishly and Louisville Bank starvation' was undertaken The Rev. Raphael Grashof, C. P., shortsightedly; Tho British Empire attached to tho Sacred Heart Re not to compass his death, but to does not need a Lloyd George or a treat on tho Newburg road,, than force his persecutors to Tecognizo Foartk and Central AvCaae Bonar Law, with English bulldog an army chaplain at Camp Za'cbary that Irish political prisoners arc not tenacity to and blindness Taylor and In Franco, land who has criminals and to treat them accordStark ktlv, Pre. to the right, seeking stupidly to boon visiting ma parents and con- ingly. In this he may fall, but his J. Ot ffsoobs. Sea. xd Tru crush Ireland. Tho British Empire ducting missions In New Orleans, death Is then to be attributed to OO. L.GRAUMAN needs, tor Its own preservation, a returned to LoulsvHlo for a brief those wlho choose to treat 'him and Lincoln to teach the English that stay before leaving for Missouri, his companions as no civilized counIncorporated "no government can endure half where he will be engaged In. mis try In the world today treats poaa SClad la All BmIki TlztazM, Bafts, of exfto fi- slave and half free." Tho English sionary work, opening at St. Mary s litical prisoners. Tholrs Is tho reOuk Stera need a Jefferson to teach them that church in St. Joseph. sponsibility for his death, to which Geaatars, ters, Bfcow gbelvtsffi Sto. "governments derive their Just he ipasslvely submits. powers from the consent ot tho There Is considerable misunderbio wsss auxx Bxxaar WILL NOT sell. governed." standing on this score. Many Imag Homo Pnone. CMtr t8 Wo are living In modern times ine that the Lord Mayor of Cork is t freedom and enlightenment, not ingRumors that ihavo been circulatfor some time past that the St. by starvation, and the press reports Shoes For Every Member of the In the dark ages of ignorance and Joseph's Infirmary property on Family oppression. Force will no longer while they novo aroused universal 3906 Home Phone servo Is ft substitute for justice; ter- Fourth street was about to the sold sympathy for tho martyr to British have been iwonounced groundless. cruelty, have yet industriously propror will not compel obedience where Tho reeeon for the rumor Is exlove end loyalty are lacking. Pa- plained agated the theory of suicide. Thus FRED FEIGE & SON Both Phones 2406 triotic people cannot be governed dles all by D. F, Murphy, who han- press dispatches report that Mrs. real estate affairs of the Eamotin Do Valora, who has landed MADE UNION Lasting empires can not board. He mM by guns. from out CO. be pinned itogother with bayonets. of tho city w&ose persona he did not In Now York, last weeksaid: REUTLiNGER SHOES AND SUPPERS They must bo welded with mutual divulge had asked names for permis431 BAST MARKET STREET "If Mayor MacSwlnoy dies, my Adolph Reatlisger sympathies, with united alms and sion to inspect thehim LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY property, pre- husband will go to England, got him objocts, with oommon interests. The sumably self arrested and also starve himself with the INSURANOI great war for liberty, humanity, in- ing negotietlona, Intention of open- to death." but such permisdependence, waa We are sure that President Do TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PARRAKEET not fought in vain. These ideals sion had been denied. Valora has- too much common sense GLASS PLATE have become permanently establish and religion to seek to destroy his MiMnlw&ter & Grocery Oompasy DEATH A SHOCK. own. life. ed in the minds of all men aa the It bo were captured, 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Incorporated guiding principles ot just governthrough no fauR of his own, by tho sixty-thre-e Mise Katherlne IJodapp, FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR might go on ment, and nations that would enyears old, well, known 1n Cath- British, Government bowe know that K3DNBYS DRINK PARRAKEET LOUJJBVILL! ART GLAM 00. dure must conform to them. a hunger strike. But MXXBRAIj WATER England lost (the United States olic ohHrehcIrck, died while alone ho la not a would-b- e suicide. Neither afteroooalln her homo, 2601 Is Mayor MacSwlnoy, though he maj' "LBADBO" AND through her stupidity and cupidity, Friday'Keatdcky-,;etreet- . Parkway 48E Her body tor tho sake of principle permit himORNAMENTAL GLASS her Intolerance and injustice. Sho West empire was discovered sf her stoter. Miss self to be done to death by British will lose other parts of ESTIMATES MADE 'iF DESIRED tor the same reasons if she persists LUlle Hod4H, wo returned to her officialdom. Even so, the early marhome at 4 o'ektek, Death was due Designs A Estimates Famished ipennttted For centuries Metal Setting la Xiao, Copper aad In her course. to rule Ireland she to a (heart attaek, and was a shock tyrs totoChristianity death-- ratherthemby has been trying than be put to BraM Beveled Mirrors aad BLOW to her miaay friends. Besides her sis- selves brute force and has ever failed. She by denying their faKh save themBeveled Giaas ter she is survived by three broth- - selves from the lions. True Voice. WORKS must replace force with liberty and em, John, Charles and Alex Hodapp. HberalKy; she must follow the preTelephone Oky 6918 Mechanical Air Baglaeere cepts of a better statesmanship, of Funeral services were held Monday STOCK SALE DRIVB. Manufacturers and Krectora at a higher civiliiatkm, ot a truer morning .at St Awthony.'s church. The New Albany Catholic ComDUST. COLLECTING SYSTEM CO. Christianity, it ahe will, euceeed. H. W. DUBISKE munity Center drive for the sale of We Make a Specialty of Pipe King George ot England, you are BISHOP fflR DUBLIN, stock ta the organisation wIM begin: Work tor wJeer than your petty Mtaiatere. IgriXAKOIAL IMRVI0I next Monday ad will ooattaue for a HEATING ft VENTILATING Rev. Edward Byrae, assistant at week. The etty wUl be dtvMed into nore their prejudiced advice, liberS44 EAST JEFFERSON ST. ate MaeSwlaey as the evidence of a St. Maryto eovKsn. DttUa, has been flfteea dietrJets for the eaievae and FRANK T. MARION, Mgr. LOU1BYILLB. KY. sew era, the pledge et a" better par- - aomkoaUd Attrtftferr Bsshap of Dub- - a eaptaia wIM ha 'placed ef ' 8 BLDG. ThM act of simple juettee Ho. "dfflaP eaoM diets.. liAWES fjy English-s- peaking HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS VYEST THE Fire and Liability Insurance mrlA from Choice" Grains' and Hop- - C o- jf . Tafel Electric Co. 230 City 985 JEFFERSON Main 113 sBafaafjBBBBajBmjaaBMBjaaf, V aLaQHaVSlSS asBaaaaaaaaaaaaKfuja """""""""""KrBwinsai eAaaaamBBBMsaBMaaansBj HnRVDRKfl stub T88TXD ot.asbbu pimro ssjtvxoa KECO , -- Cum-borian- d, &k -- I hunger-strikin- Weekly Savings Club South in every a smite there's! 315 Stark- - Baildinft. Tkid Fleer Fourtk and Walnut Pkoae City 1180 nuo DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTROMETRJST. PRICES THE LOWEST rTiBiiVmiMMBiBH CP.Bsumesj &Oe. "Ltffg.Kr. Oottntal aatehi ta ft self-inflict- ed the-wron- in every Swallow Order A Case Sent Home gpetttr IJsbt r Dark. CALL Main 467 Cty a gttiadk Vitt far fr Maim Mtoktut In JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Oa, Established 1820 -- - Louisville, Ky, OFFICE 0TJTFTFXBB8 STATIONERS PRINTWft ! EH' CWW CtMSiNRSfSCl Incorporated. Watch Crystals Fitted 90o Watch and Jewelry Repatadag The Radius Jewelry Shop SOUTH FOURTH AVIJ. Next to Rex Theater Opea Evenings Until 9 F. M. 408 GLOBB 8HCURITY Louisville, Ky. ft A LOAJV 09, rati fiaeoraeraUts. .LbhIbBBBbw IIVIbbV I - A. Xazar, Maaaier Mosey Advaaeed oat Yew Plate Beta 812 West Jefferse. Street (Second Fleer) Hoaae Phone Otty 3987. pooLsnr hr LIBiKTY PIPI Loans to those having regular kt ooaea or salary, with ae psMleity w red tape. Loans to aottaekoofirs a their personal security. i F. B, POOLHY, Position in Catholic church as or BalMlac, music. Reea 1, ganist. Familiar with church 415 8. Fenrtk Seveet. Address "Organist," tms ouice. for monhy. WANTED, OtHtrler-Jowra- al ft . 481-7-- JNTSR-SOUTSBIt- N I was tired to live had vertigo Naturopath Dr. and rheumatism. A. Lose, 334 Bast Market street, Mala 2481, helped ae wonderful. Lawreaee Acheak, 7SS foath Btgkt-eeat- h street; FOUND .NRW RBMBDY. T. E. Yann Dairy Co. laeerperateA ftt-fi- o fours, wwrax IT. Beek Passes 4BM ds -- iZ: s jucj&jeC'Jtjohcy xjslim&l ajs&jbj&.xGj&js:. yBACOHasoH INCORPORATED Am.m44t$ iu.i Mm jl A WC' WTJflKlf wBaSI6.. isJa :Mf.,iT Ai9; ArJ-Sfflr Wiii iij i. n j iy i,jji j,wMwsjMPatw!MpjisatsayywaMgwii " iYJ 3fcT ;- "x -" . fc -- fen, V t ay: tWSKnSBKKi X 8 V 2 7 f-- . ,BalBS!iJlaaBaal aV3snfaaa2i0MalBaHI ' I HERMAN STRAUS 5feaes)a?am4 SONS W Oiva and Redesm Geld Trading J 1 tftfrV . ti , &: r I We dive and Redeem Surety Coupsns. jH! T,1i.'"-i: - Stamp. DO 70(7 tfiVOW AS50I7 OUR -- iti V -- fv& ,i ?XcSi CONFIRMATION ( HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? ' &&' JL& ifc.fS PaftaMBBaS,m'' 'iLMMHMMs9ff9S3?7ru&-eJagggggggfiBgga9iftlM , tt V-?- Ld4$?.; rf .?- ??' SKKEWJ t: : ji Convenient ... . mw . T f i and Dignified Mttnoa of rarcnuiing Payments, j SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L 3 The oatstaadlag featares of this Method are Ka coarealeaoe la maldas psreknecs without aajr considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of baying ea the dab Flaa daring ear varkma sales AT SALH FRICB8. Whatever U the price of the goods to a eaah er a charge easterner, that Is also the price to a Household Club Plaa eastoaer. There k positively bo advance. There an as "eoafideatlal arraBgeasestfl." eeadacted ape aa epea basis with a fixed sehedale ef rates. The first payments ami the Meathly payiaeats are the sasM te aH. M Is JaaaaBsBaK!lgEgSWWiWBs5SsWIWffflBK BBBMMHJBBWKBEgi3gw j?.'!lJ3x jUrpMfiuHMt9 tsaSAaasBIBfllHEHBaateAMaaajaTz LsLaLLaLLLLLHasaLLiiaLV'LHKii ...1 "" BLUE SERGE, AT f W tr'' 'vv "MaDair-33irBJJapBaaaaa53B?'ssJ $ 'Ak y jfrfo$fyf Sjsjjejipj s4v?Lki2 j II 2 iaiaiaiaiaaiaL99sBC&aBbikk3 iS 'tT"'1 Jf;" Jw7'"MT"3iMah? zj VAH : $13.50 - $18.00 -- ,.... ., .., .. ...t-- ; ,. " " White Shirts and Blouses 1 To Go With Confirmation "Jack" tars from tho U. S, S. JA OKIES ENJOYING VENETIAN TAXIS. Pittsburff, "seeing the 6l&hts" of Venice from a Venetian gondola. i Suit, $1.00 , frfrkl k $1.25 $1.50 t ' 3aaaaaAAAAAj J SURETY COUPONS ARE Q1VEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS o1 II J k' . -- v BHCKHAM AND- - IRISH SYMPATHY RESOLUTION. f..AtATtTtttTJM.trtrttttttttft))))aitW(,j Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. ! PRETTY SOFT well-to-d- o ' s- - JOHN M. MULI.0Y Official Opinion of Z- -- the Washington 'Press Bureau of -- Friends' of EiEiEB&57-3piEiEiEiEB- 312 WBST UAItKEX STKEET. ! That is what you think when you aeo the man daah by in hit high powered limousiac. And it is pretty soft. But did you ever consider the rough road he traveled ' to reach the easy place? Careful, persistent restriction of expenditures to less U.M :..nm. n1 i)nmilinn ihf 5ffrnC in S. S&V- ings Account is the answer. : ; - ;; - . ! Irish Freedom on' Senator Beekliam's Attitude. ' - HIGH GRADE COFFEE Baking-Powde- 3J: I! I r: Coffee lb Tea, lb Coco, lb r ; ;; - - Start a Savings Account with us today. I Fidelity and ! Columbia Trust Co. Feurth and Main. - I Recently Senator Beckham wroto to a prominent citizen of h attitude, saying tliat ho only Louisville a denial of Ids voted against tho resolution of Irish sympathy in tho Senate It conflicted, as ho thought, with tho League of Nations treaty. Beckluun's friends hero and tiirougliout tho Stato havo tried to advcrtlso Oils letter widely and counteract tho growing opposition to Beekliam's candidacy. For tho benefit of Senator Beckham's friends, and supporters and those who ore not tho Kentucky Irish American submits tho following from tho official report of Uio Washington Press Bureau of tho Friends of Irish Freedom: anti-Irisbe-cnn-so PleFUllne Egg MU(20 oggs f er 25) .... ?. . . Extract, par tube 80cto$1.25 40e 30o te OOo 40a to OOe SOo 25e 25e LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Acconnts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit 01 more than flll.OOO.OOO. is tha raonnmnnt nt rnnfirtonrn hnllt hv (ha people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. ld Columbia Building THESE SENATORS VOTED CONSISTENTLY AGAINST THE IRISH RESERVATIONS. - UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND The Oldest Trust Company in the South. tf, snssesss BECKHAM, OF KENTUCKY. Caldor, of New York. , l: i High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. f , ' j. rS- Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. ti 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. Garpets, Stoves tmd Ranges, jljAMES GREENE FREE Cummins, of Iowa. Dial, of South Carolina. DilllngliAin, of Vermont. Edge, of New Jersey. Gay, of Louisiana. Glass, of Virginia. Halo, of Maine. HARDING, OF OinO. Jones, of Now Mexico. Kellogg, of Minnesota. Kcnyon, of Iowa. Kcjcs, of Now Haven. King, of Utah. Lcnroot, of Wisconsin. Pomcrcno, of Ohio. Robinson, of Arkansas. S nil tli, of Georagia. Sterling, of South Dakota. " "Swan&on, of Virginia. Townscnd, of Mlclrigan. Thomas, of California. Trammel, of Florida. Wadsworth, of Now York. Williams, of Mississippi. SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Phone City 0574 SMOK ERS CIGARS CilESTERFIED ATTENTION TOBACCO PIEDMONT CAMELS CIGARETTES VyyyyVyVV.yYyyVsVyVY EVENING SCHOOL. Tho Kalghta of Columbus free men evening ecnool for and civilians will open on Monday night, September 27, at St. Xavior'e College. Second and Broadway, and registration of students has started at the Lincoln Park office, St. Xavler's College and the Knights of Columbus Home, 816 South Fourth ttreot. There will also be a school for colored men at Thirteenth and uiKiirecu merits, xwo ior 'JL'nirty-llv- o IiUCKY STJRIKES SWEET OAPOItAIi j i '' $1.70 Per Carton. E FRED G. JONES & CO. KreokantlASts. BUTLDDCQ BASH, DOOBS, BLINDS AND MILIWORK. . LUMBER, MATERIAL G-J&Sfcj- INCORPORATED Louisville, Kj. LUMBER MILL WORK f 0m&.fsummiMWM?m& JHCOWOBArZO 418 U 480 X. SreklazUlr Braaeh TarS aaa BwltoJi, IiOjrft ft St. Ctetfc. ( "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A i Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AKD QUANTITY , Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Ma'do Pies-- Cakes, Meats S19 SOUTH FIFTH 8TBEHT la Middle of Square PRIOBS RBASONABIiB - ' COFFEE EXCELLENT SOUTH FOURTH 664 V W99iWW9Bm99W9w999999Wl9WW9WW9Wwwm.vmwwwwnwww'9vwitvwvwv ..........I,. ...... not STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVIQB fV.VVVVVVVVVVVVyYYyyVVVVVVVVVV CONFIRMATION CHILDREN eaoa ..iiviu uji r sm evx moxxxi osTjat got x vastes ta. auks ye ear stasie aaa w will aa . urn akaM la lixia XMMr bmi ict a. i. &ntzM. vhstsnaeasc LOUISVnJ, KT. t t t - .iiMW. .t MARKBT ST. J t W Tailor Your Coat, DrMt or PLEAsnra Skirt dcdividualitt H. E. WARD COMPANY nfCORPORATSO LADIES' TAILORS aoOTK FOtmTH ATMTUH Pj i Mala er OKy Faeae, City 2720 Oamb. Pkoae, Mala 212S AND COLD WATDR HOT GIBSON HOTEL BASM JWttaOWAjSLWT IATt W 119 SOUra: THDtD STRUT, fcet Mark WBfm aa Kafat , OH Lampton street, aad the news came as a shock to his many friends. He was a veteran of the civil war The marriage of "Miss Anna Mae and & member of Wlllard Post, G. Baldwin and Leo F. MIcihaet took A, R., and had also been prominent place tet St. James church on Wed- ly Identified wKfi the us. tho lie nesday mornlag of last week) the KnlKbts of lAmerici. and the Knights performing the of St. John. Surviving him are his Rev. B. cereaftmy &s4 celebrating the aup-tl- widow, Mrs. Anna Soeckert; two maea. The bride's only attend sons, Frank J. Spekrt, Seattle,-anant' was her rteter, Mies, Maay Kath- - Andrew E. Snedfcert. Snokane: three ryn Baldwin, and, Albert) Mwftaei daughters, Mrs. Hienry Rohelef, Se ology. Wall'! AffftT attle: Mr. F. P. MHCkiebaaer, ut. 1.1 j, ht.nt'Ur'a " v Mueka wedding bmakfcMt Ur.taA TCwr, Washington. aa4 mm. Andref eleven WILXi LBAVB SOON. and Miofeael left for an extsoaed Sofctem. lebausr, lu4svttl(,. 3pa tunerai. iook trim and on their ?stum Win tf t tratMiealMrea. Foley, who. was conplace, Taumssf taorakig Miss hose la. tae Pftrteeuis Aiparanwws. Martin's chares ,rtt which from St. nected Annte the Motor Transport deceased with Corps at the Jefcecsoavllle Governwas always a. iiallsMl member. COLONWiS' STRETCH RUN. ment Depot and im soon, to he transBAKDOTOWX. ferred to Sen. Antonio, Texas, spent McCarthy's LouAevlll-Maaer .certainly making a run last week ta Frankfok, Ky., on a bH otMb is Bardsiewn OovktM. Knicfats of farewell visit to relatives. la ,tfee stretch identical with the Colwnbus, steetedithe foHowtag o aaurt e )mi season when, the GBCILTAN JUNCTION. oesed out the Indianapolis club fleers for tivr ensilteK year at' their In tbe last few days, much to the fmeetiias 4ast wssk.j Frank B. Daugh-Rev. father Vioeent. C. P., of the erty, oraad Knlan; tmrota. uarst, tatter's charU. Just nof the are playtaff the beat bail ia the Saeretafr: Bswa4 Hurst, Treasur Sacred Heart Retreat, is ait Cectiian circaM. sad are sure to Jaish. m. the er; Victor Kattr,vCtosieellor; Jotm Junction, where he has takea. charge is laaisr to J. mrr, AAVooaoe: u. i, nita, of St. Ambrose churoh and the mhv arst diviaifNW whi Tfrdsn: LwiteJ Bliaeos; IaaUs atone attaebad. white the jwator. the! DslBhlii AuUisMa&,-S-s jr., uutoue la Italy anolered in etath poslUeA, .wMohj Guard; R. H, Trustee Tfertttaff his parents. t, they held ten day ao. Joe HAPPY UNION Supervisor T. D. Cllnes says the Knights of Columbus are anxious to give tho young men of Louisville and Kentucky a chance to go lip higher the business or trade In which they are engaged and to obtain thoso educational advantages which their day work makes It Impossible to obtain except In Instituevening tions like the twenty-fiv- e schools we have established in the South. "We are especially anxious," he said, "to have tho youth of this Boctlon who fought for America In the late war enrolled In our schools, which will be absolutely free to men will also them. Non bo welcomed and admitted for a very moderate tuition fee. We would like to havo all employers, clubs and lodges who are interested In tho welfare of their war veterans, to send their names and addresses to our local registrar, so that ho may .inform these men of the opportunities our schools offer them." It is estimated that the two Louisville schools will 'also show a big registration. Tho public la reminded that the schools are positively weland that everyone is come, regardless of creed. non-sectari- an Broadway. tlllon's eecond placers havo become frightened over tho Colonels' drive and will fight bard In the next four games hero .to retain tholr present proud position of runners up. One pleasing note is the hlg Improvement in hitting of-- our favorite "Chuck" Wortmau, tho little shortstop Jumping from a weak .hitter to a slugger oversight, and his gain in weight Is believed to havo made the difference. With favorable weather from now on tho fans are sure to pull up Louisville's attendance RECENT DEATHS. HAPPUjY 3L1RRIED. Two popular JeffersonvlUe girls became brides last week and wiU leave a void in. their social Bet, as they will make their now homes in other cities. Miss Edna Ford, of that city, and Leo Seller, New Albany, wero married at St Augustine's church with nuptial mass, the Rev. Father Michael Halpln officiating. The attendants were: Mrs. Charles E. Mlexs, slater oX tho bride, and Miss Louise Seller, el&tor of tho AMERICAN CUT-RAT- Preston and Jefferson ISTotv "THE OLD ARMORY" S3B-37-39-- 41 Open eet0aj' BiCORFOXATBD TOBACCO STORES 213 West Jefferson XToxr JStxatlxiLeaiai ABSOLUTELY BLUE GRASS GARAGE (Incorporated) FIREPROOF bany, Mrs, Mary Cross, aged forty-fou- r, Miss Helen Pfau, also of Jeffer-BonviUwidow of Christopher Gross, passed was married to Leo Hana-fe- o, to her eternal rest Saturday night Huntington, W. Vo., at Holy at her home, 1522 Portland avenue, where she had long been a res- Trinity church, Now Albany, Thursident, Sho la survived by a son, day morning, the Rev. Father They William Gross, and two daughters, Charles Curran officiating. Gross. were attended by Miss Ruth McCuI- Misses Carrie and Mabel Funeral services were held Monday loch, of JofferBonvllle, and M. Mel- morning at St Patrick's church. iett, Louisville. Soon after the marriage Mr. and Mrs. Hanafeo left Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Eva for Huntington, where they will Martin, took place from St. Elisae, bridegroom. Following a wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Seller departed for Detroit and Niagara Falls. They will reside in Now Al- SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. AIL HEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCE. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPftfAL ATTEMTKM TO THEATER City 8400-IBE03- Kf IVIaix. 1030 beth's church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, and the interment was In Cemetery. SU Michael's The deceased was eighty years of age and was tho molhopsot Capt. iA F, Martin, William J. Martin anLFred W. Martin, living with the latter at 442 Brandels street. ReV. Father Frank J. Martin, assistant paator of St. Patrick's church, is a grandson. old, long an aetlve and respected resident of this city, passed, away Monday afternoon at his home, 724 DEPART FOR SCHOOL. Tho following New Albany boys and girls left last week for various Institutions of learning: Misses Mary Ellen Hublar, Francos Tegart and Margaret Genung left for the Im Academy at maculate Conception Femdlnand, Dad., whero they have boon attending school for several years Misses Catherine IUtte-r- Dorothy Newman, Elizabeth Gohm&nn and Elisabeth Howe left Tuesday for Nazareth Academy, Naaareth, Ky. Misses Gohmann and Howe are attending (or the first time this year. Miss Dorothy Hackett Jeft Monday fer fit Mitt's College, at Notre Dame. John Thomas McGratb, FJyna, James F. McBajron, Albert Walter, James Didelot and Andrew Hlmmelbaver left Thursday for St Meinrad to resume studies, and John F. McBarron leJt Wednesday for Uttls Rock College, Little Rock, Ark., to complete his course in the J , ' aaaawaastwiaawnrsaawaaaBwaaW- - .".wa..' Frank Speckert, Jjevonty-al- x years Main 1813 lI 1 MBJtnOu LwiviCMur I MWl 3ty tt Doors iirIltett Sash WWBi oiiawwar " W W&ere work Is Is M al d ALL LUMBER QMHIl KM? ".& Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the i. e Where (fee work Bghtoitj Where Mm Hwal eeeked best; WKere tfce -- Where real fans seekteg -- Col-eae- fe raae staass Tfeat' Ool-otte- ls oao-oua- a; t. R. 1 TITTTin jQs Ca'lTVT & lAIIilT. MJtTH Ul kVrlliatU T - ai. Qaiek Meal OasHaates lela, EastallMl aa4 HIihIr tta. rtj "Qkk Meal" eeeaes Where bakteff Ugktf Where dredge to efchs That'a where "QoJek Heal" Htiman 2155 UABVir mnrwmm .rf ,vnii s P ":