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Ml mm 432 Kentucky Irish American NO. 13. of the party's danger. suggest a vaudeWe're going to ville turn for some enterprising theatrical manager around hero, the act to bo billed as Petty and Carroll in their amusing sketch entitled "How tho Keystoners Make Good." Chief Petty tried out his part of tho act before the Men's Blblo-Ola-ss of tho Fourth Presbyterian church last Sunday morning, and If his audlenco didn't roll on the. floor their senso of humor is badly blunted. Col. Petty told his audlenco that prohibi tion Has been a good thing around here, as tho arrests for crime wore not high. Isn't that rich? Ho then went on to give his hearers a list of arrests In comparison with provlous years, but didn't give a list of the crimes committed and tho criminals that got away. Wonder some bright pupil in tho Blblo Glass didn't rise up and ask Col. Petty w,hy there wero no captures or convictions In tho following murdor cases: Tho Loveall girl in Shawnee Park, the theElizabeth Griffith murder, Youngor murder, the army lieutenant in the Seventh street hotel, the negro murder at Hurley Pope's and the three negro murders on West Chestnut street. Tie only murderers arrested hero in tho past two years are those who gave themselves u,p. None of the Bible Class pupils asked our "kidding" Chief how many automobiles wero stolen this year, not a single arrest for this being reported, but tho Colonel camo through with one that ought to .have brought down the liouso, as they say in theatrical style. Get this one. He told his bearers that from July, 1919, to July, 1920, his Keystone police and detectives had arrested seventy-tw- o for robbery. Just think of that only seventy-tw- o arrests for robbery In 3GB days, and the world knows that there has been an average of- seventy-tw- o robberies a week, and pretty near that many on a sinvoter, to warn the women - EjEMIiHI PtWWs HOME Of MAM LMitrWi Taatok Rvery .Drirtr na Ifecort Tmtfcr 600 Incorporate t It VOLUME XLV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920 ANNIVERSARY 4 CELEBRATION'. Rev. Martin O'Connor, tho pastor, and tho peoplo of the parish are preparing for a splendid celebration of anniversary of the tho seventy-nint- h Church of Our .Lady, 3511 Rudd avenue, on Sunday, October 3. The Church of Our Lady is the third oldest church in Louisville, the ground on which it stands being tho gift of tho Rev. Father Badln, tho first priest ordained In tho United States. Its first pastor was Rov. Msgr. Perehe, who later becamo Archbishop of New Orleans. The first Bishop of Kentucky, Right Rov. Badln, dedicated the edifice on October 3, 1841. The anniversary solemn high, mass will be preceded by a grand procession of the sodalities and children of tho school at 9:30 in the morning, and tho celebration will end with, solemn vespers and benediction at 7:30 o'clock In the evening. The Rev. B. A. Enls. widely known as a Dominican preacher, will deliver tho sermon at both services. All friends of the parish are cordially invited to bo present and participate in tho colebratlon. MACICIN PRICE P1VE CENTS. DEMOCRATS 'Are Enthused Over tlio Response of Women Voters For Coming Election. ,f BECKHAM'S Attention Called to Latest Uct, of IlU Supposedly Friendly Nation. Great Britain Forbids American Ships to Land at Port of Queens-town. JOHN BULL ENJOYS THE JOKE. t-- '. f liWwBaSa5- ssf W ft fe " ' Negro Men and Women Assert Re publicanism and Domlnato tlio Stato Fair. irHAFU NNY8 Machine Finds Negro Voters Liability Instead of Asset. Senator Ileckhain nnd His Friends Will Havo to Explain Jolui Bull's Actions. KEYSTONE HEAD HUMORISTS. AMERICAN STORM OF PROTEST. COUNCIL. The response of the women votera the call of Democracy has rou&od tho Democrats to the highest pitch and the enthusiasm with which tho women have taken hold means the death knell of Republicanism in Kentucky nnd its reign obtained through tho fungus negro vote. Mrs. John A. Fulton, of Bardstown, sounded the keynote of Democracy's campaign last Saturday in a speech at HarrodBburg, in which alio called the attention of the women votera to tho negro menace in this State. She said: "There- wero some blots on Kentucky's history, hut tho worst was tlio stage play of Gov. Morrow In calling on military law to protect a negro bruto at Lexington." Mrs. Fulton's talk emphasizes the point that tho white women realize the real menace in Kentucky and they have not forgotten the needless killing of white people in Lexington in order for Morrow to protect the negro perpetrator of one of the foulest crimes In our history, and incidentally make a gallory play for himself. When tho suffrago bill became a law it meant the dawn of a brighter era in Kentucky, and the end of tho carpet-baggrule of tho machine. For years past tho Republican party in Kentucky depended for 60 per cent, of Its voting strength on tho negro vote, that race voting the O. O, P. ticket iblindly. For their reward they wore given little, but in the past year and since Morrow's election tho Kentucky negroes have realized their, power In tho Q. O. P. ranks and are now assorting them selves in a manner that Is a menace! - people, to ino were n machine has become affrlghtoned at the negro politicians' threats 'and has been forced to give them more political pie and more power. With this lead tho negro has begun to assert himself. Tho Kentucky State Fair here last week opened tho eyes of tlio peoplo from out in tho State us to just what tho leoplo of Louisville have been subjected to tho past thrco years. Negro men and wdmon were given many official positions at tho fair and thousands of negro men and women came to the exhibit, which they now regard as a Republican display and naturally of chief interest to them. Whlto peoplo wore Jostled out of the grand stand, the horse show buildlngf and rowdy negroes shoved white women and children in boarding the cars. Rest rooms and toilets were monopolized by the Republican party asset, white women and children being forced t? undergo many insults and discourteous treatment. Tho result was that city people quit the Fair cold and the attendance was only kept up by the State visitors who saw it through because they had como some distance. Tho exhibit could just as well have been designated the Colored Kentucky State Fair, as the colored Republican brothers and sisters and all tho little future Republican voters reigned supreme. Tho machine leaders were unable to restrain tho negroes in their mad desire to monopolize everything and sadly they realize that tlio big army of negro voters who supported them blindly instead of being an asset havo becomo a liability. And the silver lining to this dark cloud Is that tho white women of Kentucky are nobly responding to the effort to redeem the State from this menace. Louisvillo has learned its bitter lesson and Col. Jake Una iter's address on tlio negro ques tion hero should bo in tho hand of ovory whlto woman in tlio State. Today Louisville has a negro candldato for Board, of Education and whlto and black' erased victims of tho drug habit are confined together in tho Republican "reform" hospital. One thing before tho Democratic voters is with tho now birth of the from Democratic rule is In lino. Every Democratic male voter should urge the women voters to scratch Senator First the Beckham In November. women should remember that he bitterly opposed their right to voto, and secondly the male voters who como from tho following list should osroll their women relattons and cause. friends to the voters The Irish and mtiet urge tlio women to vtote against the man wlto tells them point blank Its will not vote for Ireland's ttltlon and voted against a- resolution of sympathy for Uiat persecuted BaTlie aaU'prohlbltkm voters tten. must urge their women relatives and friends to vote against Beckham, who first urged tlio hypocritical y laws in our State. ..The (Kate Federation of lialor lias offfaiallf declared Beckham a foe of labor, which makes it the duty of ttM working mm nd women to oppose bis candidacy, and tlte Democratic voters who are tired of the regime in Kentucky politics must work for his defeat. Sestet Ma weaknew with the male voter the Beckham BUjpporters have been playta tar tfee women vote and rt is the duty of very of Kentucky to er Mackin. Council, Y. M. L, has passed Its twenty-sevent- h anniversary, tho occasion being celebrated by tho launching of a membership drive, which it Is hoped will bring Into Its ranks all Catholic men between the ages of sixteen and forty-fiv- e. Mackin Council was started twenty-seve- n years ago by a few .young memn of St. Cecilia's parish wno nau tno foresight to see the need of an organization where the al Catholic young man could find company with men of his own con-gonl- tne-wn- uo Seatcy-Chllto- Petty's partner who performs In the knockabout sketch, "How to make police out of Capt. and conductors." Jimmy Carroll gave out a funny story to tho press Saturday, that had evoryone doubling up with laughter, and if you,dldn't lauglat his funny Btuft why a liver specialist is needed. Our Assistant Chiof and Business Director said that the Wall street bomb tragedy couldn't happen in Louisville, because of the efficiency of the Louisville (police, who, Captain Jimmy said, "would surround tho bank In two minutes, as recent tests Iiavo proven." Tho only recent test we know Is when near Mayor Smith, Paul Burlingame, Chief Petty and others of the "reform" administration were posing" in front of tho Liberty Insurance Bank at Second and Market, tho movie picture "men being planted there to got a .picture of the Keystoncrsns they would come rushing to the bank In response to a test alarm. But long after tho alarm had soundo ed enough had elapsed for supposed crooks to carry tho bank funds away In a hearse, no Keystone pollco bad arrived. The picture smile of tho near Mayor, Petty and Paul had dwindled into a frown and messengers wero dispatched to find tho, emergency police. The whole squad of uniform cops, motorcycle pollco and "hick" detectives were finally located at tho Lincoln Bank, two squares away from the Liberty Bank. Tho wholo bunch of comedy cops charged Into tho Lincoln Bank with clubs and pistols drawn, frightening clerks and customers out of a year's growth. That would have been a sure epou,gli picture for the movie men. Finally a Keystoner who bad been stationed up at the Liberty Bank burst in and blurted out: "Hyar, hyar, this ain't the bank they're sposod to be it's tho bank up than" There wasn't much "pop" to the scene by tho timo tho Keystoners made the delayed run to the Liberty Bank at Second and Market; their bosses stood thero with glum countenances looking Ilk a medicino "ad" of "before taking." One of the movie picture men bad gone to srbep beside his machine and tho clerks in the bank had grown stiff from standing in a fixed position waiting for their rescue by the Keystone cars. And Capt, Carroll, Potty's knockabout partner, tells tho press that they couldn't havo gotten away, with Jho Wall stroet tragedy here. Let's bill them as Petty and Can-oil- , tlio greatest .humorists In captivity. and-timrob-blwhat-you-call-o- m gle block. Noxt comes Senator Beckham withholds recognition from Ireland because it might mean war with England. n', PRIEST SAVES NEGROES. One small priest with a smile and tho word "sanctuary" on his lips did more than sqpads of pollco Monday night in preventing the threatened lynching of three negroes who took refuge in his church. Ho Is Father Thomas Burke, pastor of St. Ga-- party-redemptl- on Haly-Beckha- m antl-Beckha- m Irish-Americ- - pro-ktbttk- m Ken-twek- llalr-Beckha- ni briel's church in the Stockyards neighborhood. The negroes were wanted for tho murder of a white man in a stroet corner argument. When Father Burke reached tho church, a mob estimated to number nearly 5,000 'was pacekd about tho doors and hundreds more had al ready entered In the search for the negroes. Forcing his way In, the priest shouted; "What 4s this sacrilege? Who are tho rowdies that storm the bouse of God?" Some one explained. "That makes no difference," thd priest cried. "This place is sanctuary. I order every porson in this bu'lding to leave immediately nnd qHtetly." The crowd broke and filed out.' Tho last man had loft when 4 police riot squuad arrived. Taking the police lnalde, Father Burke called to the hiding negroes to come out. There was a stir and one of the men stepped out from a confessional. A ytfe of cassocks In a robing -- yaajt yielded a second, and the third appeared from" behind the altar rail. One knelt and kissed tH iwlest's hand aa police spirit! them out a aide entrance. With, the negroes safely away, Father Burke, smiling, went out to address the rrVh, "Go hone. Ba peaceable and happy. Tbere' too much, trouble in the world right now. Tkm't etart mora," mm .his adrioe. Tne mob anti-Beckbe- m left such a body and that Mrs. MacSwiney. wifo of tho imprisoned Mayor of Cork, will cross the ocean Lord Mayor MacSwiney on Sunday night wrote a message to Irishmen for tho same purpose. Ttio English point of view will bo .presented throughout tho world on behalf of equally fully. Tho project does not himself and the hunger strikers in contomplato any recommendations In Cork Jail. After thanking them for their sympathy and jJrayors tho Subject of Investigation io Bo Mado regard to future political relations between Great Britain and Ireland." Lord Mayor said, according to the by Impartial Committee of "Tho telogram of invitation folLondon Times: 7 Americans. lows: murder Is "If this pushed through It will leave a stain ox the name of England which has Jf, J. 7 on for many months with Increasing no parallel (eyen in her history arid which nothing will ever offaco. It Will Sift Charges Mnilo by British use of armed force by both, parties Is widely reported to bo accompanied will rise before the English people Government and Sinn by atrocities planned by tho British whenever they offer another ipeople friendship. Wo feel singularly privGovernment and answered in kind Fein. ileged at being made Instruments of by Irish: people. One grave result is feeling, exrapid growth of God for evoking such world-wid- e pressions of admiration and support which seriously threatens unspeaktor the causo of Irish independence able calamity of war between United Its Sessions States and Great Britain and endanand recognition of the Irish' Repub- Commission lic. If wo are to dio, we are called gers, peace of the world. In the Inat Washington Early Nevt to that even greater privilege and terest of peace and international Month. happiness of entering the company friendship the editors of the Nation earnestly invite you to serve as of thoso who died for Ireland. We forgive all thoso who are compassmember of a committee ing our death. This battle is being MEMBERS OF THE 'COMMITTEE. of representative Americans with power to add to their number who fought with clean hearts, purely for Bhall designate a select commission our country. Wo have mado our peace with God and bear 111 will toto sit at Washington or elsewhere ward no man." for impartial investigation of reportTho war In Ireland, with especial ed atrocities in Ireland regarding After invoking God's blessing upon all who prayed for tho prisoners, reference to atrocities, is to bo made which the British Ambassador and tho subject of an investigation by an Prof. Do Valera and others ehall bo MacSwiney concluded by saying: Impartial "I believe God is watching over according committeo of Americans, Invited to submit evidence. Proto an announcement Issued posal does not contemplate any recour country and, by his divine decree, her resurrection is at band. I by the Nation, tho New York week- ommendations regarding future rebelieve this Is her lost battlo for lib- ly, mado public In the dally press of lations between Great Britain and erty and that God will crown it with tho country on Thursday. Tho com- Ireland.' " mittee, to bo known as the Commitcompleto victory." A partial list of those who have tee of One Hundred on Ireland, con- agreed to servo on the Committee of sists of one huudrcd of the most One Hundred on Ireland, as made GREETED NEW TRUSTEE. prominent men and women in the public, by the Nation, follows: SenaMonday night Branch 25, O. K. of political, economic, literary, Indus- tors Ashurst of Arizona, Spencer of A., ihold a well attended meeting in trial and educational life of America, Missouri, and Walsh of MassachuSt. John's Hall, and after a short and wns brought together by Invita- setts; Gov. Frazler of North Dakota d business session resolved itsolf into tion of tho Nation for tho Folk of Missouri: Mayand y a social affair-J- o honor and greet purpose of affording American pu! ors Gilien of Newark. Hague of lie opinion an opportunity impartialCity, Hayes of Vlcksburg, Hoan the newly appointed Supremo Trus- ly to consider tho ovldenco offered of Milwaukee, Marshall of St. Jostee Eugene A. McCarthy, a member of that branch and an earnest by tho British Government, Sinn eph, Qulnn of Cambridge, Schfiobsr worker for tho order. Visitors from Fein and other interested groups, as Dt Toledo, and Smith of Omaha; the Central Committee and local to the sources of violence and atrocU United States District Judge Amldon, branches wero present and when ties In Ireland and of preventing a Fargo, N. D.; Richard R. Kilroy, n called upon expressed their approval possible spread of the Anaconda Standard, editor It la expected that within Butte, Mont.; A. P. Moore, editor of tho selection made by Supromo and pledging len days or a fortnight the member- tho Pittsburg Leader: William RanPresident Gaudln, sup- ship of tho Committee of One Hun- dolph Hearst, San Francisco; Jano d Trustee McCarthy port and predicting that ho will in- dred will nave chosen a small com- Addams, Hull House, Chicago; Mrs. still new life and increase the mem- mission to hoar testimony and to Abby Scott Baker, Political Chairbership in Kentucky. William M. make a thorough, and Impartial re- man, National Woman's 'party. WashHigglns introduced the speakers and port. All possiblo sources of infor- ington, D. C; Mrs. Harriet Stanton visitors, among whom were Col. Joe mation will be canvassed, and both Blatch, National Woman's party; P. McGinn, H. A. Veeneman, Presi- the British Ambassador in the Rose Schneldermann, President of dent William T. Meehan. E. J. Mann, united States, Sir Auckland Geddes, the Woman's Trade Union Leaguo; Mike Hill and others, to wbom the and the loading representative of William Allen Noilsen, President of honor guest responded with an ad- BInn Fein, Prof. Eamon De Valera, Smith College; Prof. Irving Fisher, dress that aroused enthusiasm and will bev asked to appear or to send Yalo University; Carleton J. H. gave encouragoment tovall present, representatives who can supply the Hayes, Professor of History. Columwho wore invited to partake of a commission -with the relevant facts. bia University; Dean Robert Morso Following- Is tho statement Issued Lovott. University of Chicago: Willnice luncheon and smoke good cigars. Everyone agreed that it was by the Nation in behalf of the Com iam Harmon Black, National War a big night for Trustee McCarthy mittee of One Hundred announcing Labor Board; Maurice F, Egan. formerly Minister to Denmark; Martin and the Catholio Knights of Amer- tho plans for the investigation: Ono hundred representative Amer- Conboy, formerly Director of the ica. icans', including United States Sena Draft in New York City; John J. El- tors, Representatives, mayorsjudges, llqtt, President of the Hudson Guild, ANOTHER HERO SOLDIER. and loaders in professional, business New York City; Owen R. Lovejoy, Mr. and Mrs, John Fitzgerald, of and labor circles( .have undertaken.to Secretary of the National Child Lacommission bor Committee; Fred Boldenkamp, Cynthlana, Ky., last Saturday re constitute a ceived a telegram from Washington to sift charges of atrocities in Ire- Secretary of the Brotherhood of telling of tho death of their son. land made against- one another by Metal Workers:. Dudley Field Ma ml Stan lone, formerly Collector j)f tho Port John Fitzgerald, Jr., eighteen years the British Govorament bid, who had been with the Army Fein. This Committee of One Hun- of New York; Georgo W. Klrchwey, or occupation in uermany tor eight- dred oa Ireland ee!s that some neu- formerly Dean of the Columbia UniRoyal W. een months. Ha died thero Septem- tral action is necessary in order to versity Law School; ber 14 as the result of Irijurle. The preserve friendship and to prevent Franco, New York City, and John E. awful news almtot prostrated tho the spread of illwlll with the possi- MJIholland, New York City. parents, who were proud of the roc bility of such 'irritation driving the ord of their boy in the service of his two countries wta war. The comtakes oino snroE. mittee has agreen to In response cuumry. lo an invitation from the Nation, the Mips Theresa Helen Brady, of editors of wMak anueet that the Payne, Ohio, and J. Herbert Klug, of MARRY AT TULSA. British GoTernnMMt, Staa- - Fein and Mr. and Mm. George Gaesman an- others be aafced to present, such evi- this city, were married Tuesday as morning of last week at Payne, Ohio, nounce the marriage at Tulsa, Okla., dence of violsaee or' wrong-doin- g at St. John the Baptist church. The of their daua ater, Anna Lee. to Cart "The Committee of One Hundred ceremony preceding the nuptial mass P. Flyaa, formerly of Loulav'lle, Who j deafenete from Ha waa performed by the local pastor, is now on the statf of the Tulsa on. Ireland w!l own number, or outside, a small the Her, Richard A. Roach. Dally News. The aeretnony waa The on Wednesday, September t, commiaalon to hear testimony and bride waa becomingly gowned m a at the Church of the .Holy Family by make a thorough and Impartial re- brown valour eoetuwe with 'hat to port. This eonuniaeton will beftn match, and wore a corsage of sunFather John O. Hairing. The wevaJBari J. Flyan, brother tensions in WeMngtoo early in Oon burst roses. Mr. and Mrs, Klttg have returned of frown, mi O, B. Btroag, bMt lobar. It i aMmtaod (bat Prof. Da Valera la ready to mmmt before fMm a abort weddiac trta,. Of Tate, MESSAGE OF MACSWINEY. ATROCITIES I cold-blood- jjiffiiSUalnanjLrejanuvm anti-Brltl- sh Will-Beg- in non-partis- two-fol- cx-Go- v. Jor-so- Anglo-America- Ill-wi- ll. whole-hearte- non-partis- - at iper-form- ed Great Britain. Friends of Irish Freedom have called his attention to tho fact that the United States recognized all of tho South American Republics one after the other was not afraid of a declaration and of war from Spain, Franco or any other nation which was supposed to havo a foothold thero. .ini nn nno faith. This organization has crown me speaKors said In ftrnnalnn' 41m of Beckham's claims, and prospered in tho years since JtslELliallownss gland Was llOt sn rnrnfnl nf tlio uirtli and has given thousands of Louisville's youth training which United States' feeling when during has later stood them in good stead tho Cival War she recognized and in tho business and social world. encouraged tho Confedoracy In. every Some of tho best known and respect-q- d possible way. And to further shatcitizens of Louisville are number- ter Beckham's claims that England ed amongst its members and do not Is ,a, friendly nation, England iow hositato to admit tho valuo of their forbids American merchant ships to early association with Mackin Coun- land at Queenstown, the following story being from tho Now York cil. Tho object of the Y. M. I. is to press: . Improve the young man morally, soGreat Britain has begun her intercially and intellectually, to Impress ference with American morolinn upon him at all times his obligations Bhips by barring tho port of Queensi- as a Catholic and a citizen, and it iown io mo liner Panhas tho endorsement of our Right handle State, of the United States Mail Steamship Company. The order Reverend Bishop and the clergy in forbidding tho Panhandle Stato from general. Tho worklngman Is as welcome as calling at Queenstown reached tho tho ipTofessnnal or Influential cltl- - United States Mail Steamship zon and any member takinir advan from tlio British .Admiralty. tage of the facilities afforded by a The closing of Queenstown to American-flag membership in the organization can shirs will continue "until not lintn lint Iipnnflf liv duph'mam the restoration of order in Ireland." bershlp. The club house is equipped That is the pretext tho British offer. Though tho. United States Mail with a large gymnasium, shower baths, pool room, library, also a Steamship Company is the operator large meeting hall whore donates are of tho Panhandle State and fifteen cttrrQaUentaalisiuiiffiedll fithexjllUAraerlcan passcnger-41neIt offers a chance of iralninjr cood the United States Government, acquaintances, comrades and friends, through the Shipping Board, is the and in short It is the ideal organiza- owner of tho Panhandle State. She la tho first passenger vessel built by tion for the young man. v tho Shipping Board. On her maiden voyage, starting with American HUNDREDS ENROLLED. she waa scheduled to call Many men and civilians at Queenstown, Boulogne and Lonare taking advantage of the Knights don. She Is the only first cabin ship calling at Contiof Columbus school that will open American-fla- g next week at ,St. Xavier's College, nental as well as British ports. The Secqnd and Broadway, and tho regis- dorarture of tho vessel has been adtrations early this week numbered vertised widely for the past sixteen about 500. The Knights wll con- days and many passengers have duct two schools, the other for col- booked accommodations. ored men at Thirteenth and BroadNeither Charles Mayor, Chairman way. These two free schools will bo of the United States Mail Company, of great benefit to soldiers, sailors nor Francis R. Mayer, President, and marines, who aro urged to take would discuss tho British boycott. advantage of their unprecedented Amazement was expressed by other offer, as aro also civilians, who will American companies at tho attitude be charged only a nominal fee. of tho British In interfering with tho Those who wish to Improve and fit very first attempt of American comthemselves for higher and more re- panies to establish high class nas- munerative positions should register sengor service between American and Immediately at any of the four British ports. places mentioned in the advertiseDiarmuld Lynch, National Secretary of tho Friends of Irish Freement In another column. dom, Bent tho following telegram to FORMING K. O. COUNOHi. Rear Admiral W. S. Benson. Chairman of the United States Shipping The Catholic men of Now Haven Board: and vicinity are organizing a new "As Executlvo Secretary of the council of tho Knights of Columbus. Frionds of Irish Freedom, a nation Tlio Initiatory steps wero taken by wide organization of several hunStato Deputy Damon Cooper and dred thousand American citizens, I Itobert E. McNamara, and a meeting respectfully enter an emphatic (prowill bo held tomorrow afternoon at test against the order of the British the old church, when It is hoped a Admiralty as published in yesterpermanent organization can be per- day's papers prohibiting eastbound fected. The work of forming the passenger ships from calling at the council has been under tho direction port or harbor of Quoenstownt Cork. of Joseph F. Boone, with Joe G. We aro convinced that this regulaBarry. Henry DeSpaln, P. D. John- tion Is specially aimed at the United son, Ed L. Bowling and Preston States Mail Steamship Company, Hagan as his assistants, Frank M, whoso American built passenger Hagan acting as Secretary. The K. steamer Panhandlo State is duo to of C found Us birthplace in Now sail from Now York, Saturday, Sep- Haven, Conn., and its Kentucky tomuer is. Hald regulation Is a. dl- namesake feels it only right that ltfrect violation of tho freedom of tho also should have a council. And we sens, and if England can successful prodlct It will bo a good ono, prevent ly American passenger steamers from calling at Irish ports, ENJOYABLE BntTHDAY. step will bo to prevent the next American cargo steamers from carryDorothy E. Nltzkon gave a ing direct cargoes to and from those Miss vory enjoyable party Saturday after- ports. England's prime object is to noon at her homo, 3402 West Broad- kill off direct trade communication way, to celebrate her twelfth birth- with Iroland which our American day anniversary. Present wero shipping companies havo been suq- Misses Thelma Klunder, Alice Lo- - cessiuuy ueveiopmg. as usual, Enghan, Mary A. Wybrant, Camlllo land advances other reasons for her Ramser. Bernico Praff. Bernadotte present action in the hope of ipulling Campbell, Mary Monarch, Nellie Na- - the wool over our eyes, and we confidently rely on you to see that sh0 uorff, Mildred uarvoy, Bertha Dottllnger, M L. does not succeed." Camilla Brocar, Mary E. Keenan, Mary C. Another telogram of protest was Ostorman, Mary L. Sherman, Mil- sent to near Admiral Benson by dred Ramser, Evelyn Xinipermau, John A, Hastings, Secretary of tho Dorothy Rapier, Mary L. SaUorer, Brokers, of West Garvcy, street, reading: Alberta Herp, Madeline Mario Herp, Mary Hoffeld, Mary V. "Tho Brokers of this Savage, Anna M. Schmidt, Dprothy city enter an emphatic pretest E, Nltzken. against the orders of the BrMBfe Admiralty prohibitingtAjmrjimr ENJOYED THE EVENING. steamships from entering Qnww. Louisville Circle, Daughters of town. This virulent order la Isabella, held their regular bi- an insult to America, and was issued monthly meeting Tuesday oveniag, by tho British for the purpose of deand after transacting necessary busi- stroying the American merehant ness enjoyed a very ontertainlng marine and American foreign trade. programme arranged by the enter- Any action taken by you protecting tainment committee. Mrs. Geo, M. this outrage will be supported by no Settle, Mrs. Leila Calhoun Leidlngor to tho limit. Our organlsatien and Mrh. Aubrey Cosalr gave splen- nation-widand it we can be e aay did addresses' on the school election assistance to vou, wire u imme" question and the bond issue for1 the diately." University of Leuisvlllo. both mat ter being heartily endorsed by tlte WOMAN MADK JUDOB. elrele. A Hawaiian quintette addsd .very much to theenjoymeot by a Mrs. Hannah Sfaeehy Skeffiagton, denghtfttl and lively selection. Iter, whose husband was murdered In the due, Pi, Xetto ' waa to make the Easter rebellion, baa bean appointed principal addreaa, buAwas Unavoid- a JaeiiM of the Baprsiae Qawt of ably detained. Ireland by tan Sinn $Mn parliament. Com-Dany -- In tho past few weeks Senator Beckham and his frionds have tried ' to explain the Senator's failure to do justlco to Irelannd because ho rears it would mean a war with ra pas-songe- -- Chen-owet- h, Thirty-fo- urth an - e, i rJ; ..ii"j- - feU t . ., ' t COMING KVENTS. September 27 Annual September festival of St. Patrick's church in school hall, Sixteenth sod Market PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, streets, afternoon and evening. .. aad Motat AdvweemwH . 01 t..i a w. w .i r it.iu. una 4 te Nm SoeM Fall festival otTrin October Officially Iafcoraed by Anciaat Order of Hibernians. Yoang Hy Council, Y, M. I., Baxter and ot America. Morton avenuo. Institute and Catholic Knights Lawn 2 fete on October CO., focotpoftt. Publishers grounds ot Church of Our Lady, KNTOCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING Thirty-fift- h and Itudd avenue. UOaCRIPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YJiAR, SINGLE COPYSc K&KTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. sa ...... te LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON I W. H. SMiman, Pres. Fred J. Kiauslng, Sec-Tra- ms mna M' G HUBER HAND STOKER J THE MODERN WAY INCOnPORATKD 11-1- 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Engineering City 838 L CLEANERS AND DYERS I OFFICE AND PLANT, -- Entered at th( LouliYllla PoftoHlce Second-Clt- w Matter. 319-32- 1 t A A A A A A A A fc A A A A A A A A A fc A A A AA Combustion kUmt Ml CeamwkaMM to KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Wt LfrwtStmt. SOCIETY.. I ArArA AAAAAAAA fcAAAifc anal Furnace Repairing REALTY BUILDIXG"' Main 1050 dltfhADES (ffig?) CCHUNcfe fr LOUISVILLE, KY IRELAND. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920 men ol the typo of Watson to repre SOUTH OR CITY sent them in tho Senato that is prl English military and po- marily tholr concern. But we do not With tho lice committing arson and murdor admiro tholr taste nor their good and persecuting young and old, con- sense. ditions nrovalllnc throughout Ire RECENT DEATHS. land are almost indescribable. British brutality exceeds any tho world Mary J. KenThe death ot ever know, and porhaps that's why nedy on Monday Miss morning came as ft Beckham daily press omits the the a distinct shock to her many friends 1&4) ViflV' rliflN& news dispatches received from the and acquaintances, Imvlng been In Associated Press. Lord Mayor good health up to tho time of, her was lying at death's door In sad and untimely end. Miss KenHN tho English prison when this was nedy was the daughter of Jlie late Van MENS FURNISHINGS Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kennedy, and was ' b408W.MARKET ST. written. a faithful and devout member pt St. Louis Bertrand's church, where she NOT CONSISTENT. was on active worker in the Young Ladies' Sodality and other church announces work. - Sho is survived by two staTho Courier-Journthat It will not publish letters on tho ters, Misses Annio and Helena KenThe funeral took Irish question, and then Inconsistent- nedy.family residence, G14 Westfrom St, the ly publishes tho British fake dis- Catherine street, Wednesday morn-inn- g Tory patches from Ireland, while the at 8:45 and from St. Louis There are thousands upon thousands of people in all walks of editorial writers take sly digs nt tho Bertrand's church at 9 o'clock. FrlendB and rolatlves wore overSinn Fein movement life who should bo wearing glasses, yet they prefer to suffer fromH cast with gloom Monday evening headache, nervousness and other mental disorders rather than havo when the Angel of Death took from BALK ATTEMTT. their eyes properly examined and cared for. Delay is most unwise. life Miss Dorothy Mandlehr, the this daughter The attomptrof tho English Gov- beloved ninoteen-ycar-ol- d WE DUPLICATE YOUR OLD LENSES ernment to creato tho impression of William J. and Mary D. Mandlehr, 177 Coral avenuo. Miss MandAND FDLL OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS that the Irish question is a religious lehr was of a most happy disposition one has been balked by Protestant and a favorite with all who knew M4sWAJE3hrihf' ministers and residents in Ireland. her, and in her circle she will be Her funeral took Tho Protestant Irish Primate, Arch- greatly missed. place Wednesday morning from St. bishop D'Arcy, of Armagh, and tho Frances ot Romo church. Rev. Protestant Bishop of Meath, Sir Father Riley conducting tho solemn both condemn tho at- obsequies. I JiKr vlii 9 8f IflT 'iMiiiiiifl years Mrs. Mary Welsh, ninety-tw- o tempt ' and Introduced resolutions stating that "we entirely dlsapprovo old, long a highly esteemed resident GJ S fbuxtfi At a LouisriU8.JQr of the Introduction of sectarian "an- of this city, passed peacefully Into eternal rest Wednesday morning at imosities in our country." the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. C. D. Elklns, 723 West Broadway. TIMELY AND PROrKR. She was the beloved mother of twelve children, and hODleath was THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OP NAZARETH Cardinal Gibbons' advice to the due to infirmities of age. Her funeral took place with requiem high E. Cooney, ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF women ot America to exorcise tho mass at rjght of suffrage as a sacred duty is morning. the Cathedral on Friday Mr. nnd Mrs. Gobrgo W. Wlno- brenner, ot South Soventh street, timely and proper. The Cardinal and little son Edward havo just re has been a consistent opponent of THIRD ORDER. turned from a visit to rolatlves at 851 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Kj . woman suffrage for many years. Indianapolis. Next Wednesday, September 29, a -But, now that tho right of suffrage OOP C3BS 3b, Mr. and Mrs. Charlo3 L. Lowery rotreat will be St. has been conferred upon women, church for the given In of Boniface announco tho engagement of their Eor further information call at Presentation Academy. members the Third daughter Elma to Emil N. Ullrich, they are bound to oxerclse It for tho Order of St. Francis. This retreat 111. The wedding will take best Interests of the country. Tho will begin at 7:30 p. m. and con- of Alton, place September 28. Home Phone, City 2720 Cumb. Phono, Main 9122 danger Is that many ot the best wo- tinue with services morning and Mrs. James Fitzgerald, Elwood PHON CITY 3767 619 VV. BROADWAY . men will not use their right. It Is evening until Sunday evening, Octo- avenue, and Miss Mary Lyons, ot the HOT AND COLD WATER ber 3, the eve of tho feast ot St. the apathy of the good rather than Francis of Asslsl, when it will close. West End, havo returned from a most on the power ot tho wicked that gives While this retreat will be primarily tho pleasant two weeks' eojourn AlIndiana Knobs, back of New for tho members of the Third Order us bad government. HARVEY-JELLIC- O RATES REASONABLE BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH everybody Is Invited and will be wel- bany. 119 SOUTH THIRD STREET, Bet. Market and Main Dr. William B. Doherty lias recome at all tho services. The Rev. SERVING HIS COUNTRY. Fulgenco Meyer. O. F. M., will con- turned from Now York ,Clty, where A (INCORPORATBD) ho spent a week visiting his son, Dr. duct the rotreat. W. Brown Doherty, now recognized Though a false Impression lias The Company With the Coal and the Service. as one of the leading specialists in FATHER CROWLEY HERE. been appearing In some papers conthe metropolis. . cerning Mayor MacSwinoy's hunger Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P., Mr. and Mrs, G. N, Robinson have strike, Catholics and true Irishmen former prior of St. Louis Bertrand's returned from Chicago, where they Yard and Elevator, Pope and Puyno Streets. the world over bellevo in the heroic church, was here Tuesdoy and Wod accompanied their daughter, Miss Both Phones at All 5 ardsr act ot tho patriotic Mayor, who pre- nesday attending the funeral of Gortrude Elizabeth Robinson, who Miss Mary Kennedy, a will at St. fers death to tho abandonment of closo friend ot Father who was and lege be a studentwlntor. Xavler's ColCrowley during the principle. It ho dies (and every his mother. Father Crowley Is now Miss Catherine McDermott and hour ot his fast brings the end prior at New HRven, Conn., hut still her guest, Miss Adelaide Bound, of closer), his act will bo that of a bears happy recollections of his Now Jersey, have returned to the XNCORPOSATHD. Sacred Heart Convent at Manhattan-vlllmartyr, and not of a suicide. The three years' stay In Louisville. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET N. Y., where thoy will be stufmintly Father Damlen, who spent IC. OF O. INITIATION. dents during the winter. his Hfo among tho lepors, trying to Miss Margaret Brocar A double-headinitiation will be the Eunoe Club Saturdayentertained Bavo souls tor God, knew of the afternoon by staged Council, at hor home in Grainger Court. Loulsvlllo dangers that beset him in his field TCntcrhf! nf Pnllimhna , filn nflorannn . -- .... ., aearn .ne , . .! present wore Misses Mary .j U1 suueuvur. tr.i. cuiuu nis iw, and tomorrow, a class of 22G candi Those Elizabeth Campbell, Kathorine F. V consiuereu suicidal? Wo; no was dates being too largo to handle in Hassolwander, Marie 'Antoinette Sione day. The exorcises will bo held mon, Geneva Clophas, Mary Catherserving his Master. Mayor case is similar, only that ho in tho club house and will ine Kelty, Mary Evelyn Quire, Mary i at 1:30 o'rlock. Y' i'V Louise Bryant. Is serving his country, and his li The marriago of Miss Mary B. death, when it does come, will but HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY. Hlnkle and William" J. Imorde was add an additional link to the chain AL. S. SMITH, PROP. quietly Thursday mornxuu pup . mom m ana sup The. ladles of St. ot barbarity and brutal savagery of pital Sewing Society Anthony's Hos- ing of solemnized last week at St. James' mem out, will give "British tyranny that is being watch- monthly entertainmont at St, tholr church. Tho Rev. Father Wlllett AnBurn gas or coal in turn ed by ovory civilized country on thony's Hospital on Wednesday, Oc- performed the ceremony. After the about. wedding breakfast at tho home of tober G, aftornoon and evening. earth. tho bride s mother Mr. and Mrs. Lunch and refreshments will be E. G. HEARTICK served and for all a pleasant tlmo Is Imorde left for a trip East. B07H PHONES 810. DIVORCEES PAY PENALTY. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Wobben assured. Friends of the ladles are atV1 u4Hx announco the marriago of their 015 EAST BROADWAY Invited to attend. daughter, Miss Mary Annastasla We are told Jhe wages of sin is SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, Main 2033 Ctty 2181 Wobben, to Louis M. Nicoulln, Tho LEXINGTON. death, and judging from the trials wedding took place September 14 at ot our much advertised movie folks Mrs. Mary McKenna, sister of St. Charles Borromeo church, tho misory goes hand in hand with those Chief ot Police Jere J. Reagan and Rev. Charles P, Raffo officiating. ! I li4ffl't'M""Mfrl'MlHi'H"H'$ "M-!'! who scoff and make a mockery of one ot the best known women in Mr. and Mrs. Nicoulln left last week our sacred marrage rites. Lottie Lexington, died at the Good Samar- for Chicago to make thoir future Pickford, sister of Mary Plckford, itan Hospital early Wednesday after homo. two months. She Mr. Konnan anwaa divorced from A. G. Rupp, an an illnessbyother husband, Alex Mc-is nouncennd Mrs, Thomas their daughsurvived the marriage ot automobile salesman, and possesses Kenna, well known grocer; a daugbj ter, Mnyme ICeenan Farrell, to Al. Tho wedding took place a fund of heart breaking oxperl-en- ter, one sister and two brothers and Blevlns. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Mary Pickford is now wast a host of friends who mourn her Tuesday, September 14, at St. Pat death. rick s, the very Rev. James P. ed by the Nevada courts to answer Cronin, V.- - G performing the cerebo a charge of collusion with Owenf mony. The bridal couple left ImmeBACK HOME. DOUBLE-DAR- K diately for Cleveland, Ohio, where Howe, her first husband, to obtain flT't The steamship Lafayette, arriving they will mako their homo. Mrs. dlvore. Douglas , "Fairbanks, her J3O0DH at New York early Monday from Blevlns was an earnest church and meond husband, is being sued by his Leaves Havre, brought ot Co- charity worker and will be greatly first iflfe, who makes bitter charges lumbus led by 101 Knights Knight missed in Catholic circles. Cumb. Mala 89.a Heme City 2998 Supreme against Fairbanks and Mary Pick- James A. Flaherty, returning from a A very pretty wedding was solI ! h M ! M MftHINCORPORATED ford, Nov 0RM Jack Pickford, the pilgrimage to Franqe, Italy and emnized with nuptial high mass They brought gifts from Wednesday morning at St. Cecilia's r,orjisvn.r,, kkntdoky. third mentor at the family to be Pope Benedict and the French Gov- church, when Walter J, Horp led to Also Makers ef Oertels Dark and Oertels Light. 'mixed uj la the alleged murder case ernmentthe altar Miss Agnes B. Murpfhy, who ( CUMBKXULND MAIN 371.y IOM1FHOMKM ot hU wife, who was known on the Mies indeed a lovely bride. was stage as Olive Thomas. ''She was a Dolan presided at the organ and FORTY HOURS PRAYKR. thero was a large gathering' of reladivorced wile of a- steel worker of admirers (Academy Sacred " SASTCnt Wt wt9 rfM Ml ffMC ' ' Pittabar. So through all ot the James andHeart Philip Nerl and St. tives andwho were of the happy showered with St. ehurches couple, slimy divorce tpissdea infeery and .will be next in have congratulations. After the wedding trouble hw and the Pkk the Torty Hours' Prayer. At each breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Herp departtord tribe aad thlr paramours r these beautiful eervlees will feegia ed upon their honeymoon trip. Mies Eulalla C. Cullea and Joseph with high mass and exposition torayiag the penalty. morrow moraing,. continuing until R. Kelly were united in marriage at Scwar aa Calrart Wjit, TPftjMri- - ItlM-Tuesday. The ebaplata and pastors St. Louis Bertrand's church, WedMartyr are spiritual heroes, will he assisted by priests from our nesday morning at 8 o'clock, Very laaaaa'a Pataat LlUa Pip far Staaaa CaaJslts, Rev. J. A. Heenaa performing the Every man 'has some beur of mar- local churches. . WallCafUntliiTil,YltrlftaIfUlC, ceremony. Miss Mary R. McCarthy, a his existence. tyrdom The A Fir rraaaaf, fiw LUHa,ira tks of Cincinnati, and Clarenoe R, OMr AUTUMN MDMHVAL. MEaaa )HM Mlf. Barlows of 411 was the great martyr Grata Balkr Tila, Flra Clay, CUaaar Tap. Smith were the attendants', while family, aad through Raymond C. Kyi and Henry Michael 'of th &h Paul's church, of Pleasure OPPICB 83 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. such a gotttatfipa all martyrdom has Ridge Park, wjll hold aa autumn served as ushers. Following the becomfe wtapaakafely biassed and festival' 4a the sehoot house seat ceremony the happy toyoung j couple CUMB. MAIN 507. PHONES CITY Indianapolis, Thursday afternoon and eraaiag aad left on a bridal tour sacred,, ' Chicago and other petals aad on TOKKS-TIir- tIi BrMkiarfel amL Rev. father waten and the eosa ml Mwih am4 UmHumUm. 1 J mitts ta AtMtrM JTite their friaad their return win go to housekeeping 93 , m. ' i Oaargia K Of umrmiM, rqiiujiiii If the nVOrasent Wit. to ettaa. ey al Home Phone City 2383 Miss Hester Stephens has returned from Los Angeles, Calif. Miss, Clara Landes has been vlslt-in- g at Lexington the past few days. Mrs. Thomas B. Keegan has as her guest Mrs. Bessie OBryan, of Pd- ducah. J L. Shorley Cunift andDan Sexton Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. Tho woolen mills were at Lexington this week attendwill make no reduction in prices; thero will sure be a shortage. ing the fall races. isw i a, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bosler loft Wednesday for a sojourn at STORE Fronch Lick Springs. Trinity Council gave tho first of Whallen Building, 322 Wegt Jefferson Street Its series ot fall dances Thursday evening at its club house. LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Miss Agnes Moran has concluded a pleasant visit with Mrs. Joyce, on South Third street. Miss Mary Hogan, of Seventh street, will be homo next week after a two months stay In Cleveland. 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOB Miss Nancy Jano Birch left last Phone City 6827 Main 157S-- J week to attend St. Woods College near Terro Haute, Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases, and Dealers Ind. In Leather Goods' Judge and Mrs. Matt O'Doherty have returned from a pleasant so- REPAIRING A. SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE, KY. journ on the Jersey coast and in tho East. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cassllly and R1 Open a Savings Account at the Largest and Miss Beatrice Cassilly have returned 0Ide8t Bank in the State from a summer sojourn at Dawson Springs. Misses May Adams Lincoln and Charlotte Wiseman returned last night from a week-en- d visit In Lexington. FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Deiss have returned home from Quinlan, Ark., A AA where they spent soveral weeks visiting relatives. Mrs. W. B. Coylo and daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth, have returned For from a two weeks' visit to relatives S you tho sick nnd those who nurse tho sick lies in tho fact that know tho mcdlclno prescribed hy your doctor Is prepared at Mt. Washington. by druggists who conscientiously compound proscriptions, Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Gavin left c being specialists in their work. Thursday fofr EvanBVllle, where they Phono us any hour of tho day or night. Wo will call for will spend ten days as tho guests of and deliver your wants. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Klerce. Mrs. Martin Heher. of St. Louis, Is here on a two weeks' visit as tho guest ot her Mrs. SECOND AND CHESTNUT James Norton, 714 West Hill street. City 355- - 337 Main 0102 Mrs. J. B. Wathen and Mrs. RichDay and Night Service ard Condon have returned from K Syracuse, N. Y., where they visited fcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjrAAAAAAA Mrs. Wathen's daughter, Mrs. Charles EDW. A. AXMAN UP-STAI- POPULAR PRICE TAILOR S. THIRD STREET Send us your Palm fleacb Suits. Flannel Trmir 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- 2 QUALITY AND- SERVICE. tftPjmnWZJZflm?$m. Mi iCiZ4w& WmMm) ( Vm J wBBSaS W9tfWy j 2362 her-aun- t, TAYLOR TRUNK CO. Mary'e-of-tho- OO jpi.Kj yj EVER STOP TO THINK? National Bank of Kentucky GREAT CONSOLATION i slstor-In-la- w, MoGEAJRiY DRUG SaDOKtJ 1 THOS. J. 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School is open to all non-Catholi- cs Tha Kentucky TrWi Amerl- caa is informed that a wager of $1,000 Is offered that Senator Beckham will bo defeated In tho coming election, this proving tho old adago tliat 'straws show which way tho wind Wows," Hero is an opportunity for Beckham's friends who aro not yet convinced that tho voters aro determined to bo rid of and tho combine in Kentucky politics. cck-liam Ilaly-Bcckliam . ii s: vc. , ji . -- 1 wy WW MACSWINEY'S MARTYRDOM. aHiPSaam I A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY POR Enroll now in one or more of, the following classes: Civics and Citizenship Accounting Commercial Arithmetic Advertising Drafting Auto Mechanics and Motor English (Elementary Transportation and Advanced) Business English and CorSpanish respondence Bookkeeping ' Journalism Penmanship Public Speaking Salesmanship Stenography and Typewriting Vulcanizing v Who dares deny MacSwInoy'e right When freedom ho to save Defies tho cruel tyrant's might And will not be' a alavoT MacSwinoy's fight for what is right Calls forth tho worjdj applause, For his dofenso of lnnocenco Will crown him and his cause. 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"Give mo liberty or death." 31TTJuthrie St. Speed Building. . Cjenns by Air Alone. Phono Us For a. Demonstration. BEST CHEW Chiltlers Elect. Co. 5 Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE Botth Phones 1341 C. J. SCHNKJDXR, COO T EC. BROADWA x "w .ftiuL jf PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. PRIOR. Very Rev. J. A. Heenan, O. P., of St. Louis Dertrand's church, began his second term of threo years last Sunday as prior of tho Dominican church. Father Heenan's election Siva yonr Iojb as ednoatloa that will prepare tltea for Ufa City WEST MAIN ST. 135-Mn.ln JR. Ma&ar J t. Xavier's College it" rr NOW IS THE TBD3 TO HAVE miaaargjyajfcOUkarfc- - i YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR STIFF HAT RENOVATED "You, who have only seen AmerAvoid tho rash by consulting us now ica, pan not imagine tho nakedness Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be SufHAT CLEANING AND BLOCKING of these people patch upon patch ficient Guarantee For My and tho patches in shreds." Miss Knowledge and Integrity OUR SPECIALTY Wdliace, January, 1920. If It's For Sale Giro Bio a Call NATIONAL HAT CLEANING "The distress In Armenia is beWORKS yond description." Henry Davidson, FINK VARBLE American Red Cross, March 17, ALBERT SMITH, Prop. REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER S85 W. Market St. City 5101 1920. 314 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. CLOTinNG FOR ARMENIA Give bundle of clothing to your Both Phones THE VERY BEST launaryman or deliver to 1103 West Main street, whero tho goods aro beMONDAYS ONLY FOURTH, AND O STS ERED. C. LOEMKER j tsi mr Ifr'N. . fhj Cafe Mrf)F"llH'ft H.(. ;4 iU' m m . 3 1U W. Broadway, loalsvllle, Ky. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Classical, and Business Scientific Courses, Preparatory Department. Large Bwlmmlnf? Pool. Well Equipped Oyni- noslum. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. home. We repair MEAT MARKET. COUVSBT SSOB ST7B KVX01AX.T US SOUTH FIFTH STREET IOUIftVILLB KSBTTVCKT SCHNEIDER'S ...... BBaaHBaT bbbbsbb9 BBBBBSSr BBBBBvw 'IiBbbbbi sbbbbbbbI 'ttL''j'-.3BBBBBB- a Watch Crystals Fitted 20 o Watch and Jewelry Repairing Easy terms. Phone us for free trial on our 1920 model in your any sewing machine. CORNS.BUNIONS tosrawtaS Mi AbMmil Nilk Setatffictftr TniM fBBBBBBBal '5bbbbbbb1 The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop FOURTH AVE. Noxt to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. H. Home Phone, Olty 7804 Cuinb. Phone, West J. C. DORSEY City GOGO KK3W Dr. Uriah Z. & CO. vtjm&wsamm NEILL-LA EafiB Lltsiy Chiroyoilt S07 Staric. Maildlaa Bath Pfcnfa.. aawww r "J','i& '''' .BBBBBBBm 412-W 542 13. JEFFI5KSONSTKEET 3580-- A Home Phone, Olty 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main VIELLE suits dry CLEANED, PRESSED fr? th.Za m-- j EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 ing packed ready for shipment. Frank Hariman & Sons Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED LADLES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City 6443; Main 2434 painters and decorators house: 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J Falls City Cleaners and Dyers HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING THE MFG. 00. TIh Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty Incorporated SOU WEST BROADWAY STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone, City 677 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET SHEPPARD LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam Forgings and Fire Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty CALLUS OTOE " DYERS AND GLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, Otty 1931 JOHN B. O'LUARY A CO. Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Keatecky Consumers Oil OompaBy LmfcHrllle Keataeky ioa CHy 2154 Heaaquartera far WTY See AND FARM PROPERTY bb about aaytalsc ia real state. We sell, buy and 664 W. JEFFERSON ST. Passe Otty 44C4. ret. 8h ' THE ZXRR CO. 8egssor to ZKRR ft HOFFMAN . X. At Xm Hmb Phoae, City Ota. X, 7MC VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 111 REALTY BUILDING x XXAfP'S MXAT MARKXT M,All r&KZ, at TiBil L WbolMale aad Retail TJUXi A3T9 XJLXB WmnfcBl Xhw4a "Otty Incorporate cnaraRAXj TBAXteowxATtox, pmooK 9om momics and ill NRe., Shawnee 18J-Sullivan Transfer Co. nuamnm taxb tin mmr main nunr 1 MS VAJtT JJBFFRON STRBST . JON MM - WATHEN rDwrcFORH movz?ni amb PAOK9NI Miwwm Sek TweMrtath M. WMt 1M4 lows taamufai uxuuam lift for a consecutlvo term is noteworthy, as ho Is tho third in the history of that church in its existence of fifty years. Very Rev. D. J. PARRAKEET Meagher was tho first prior to serve Mineralwater & Grocery Company two terms, being prior from I860 .to Incorporated 1875, Inclusive. Vjory Rev. B. F. Logan was tho other, serving conFOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR secutively. Father Xogan was here KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET 1894 to 1900 and camo to MINERAL WATER JNO. P. MORTON & CO. serve again as prior thon G. In his In 190 Parkway 405 INCORPORATED term of. office- just closed Father Heenan cleared a debt of $20,000 Bstabllshed 186 - Louisville, Ki and left $5,000 balance in bank. Slnco his return he has been given Designs ft Estimates FHrnkaed a warm welcome by1 the members of officii ouTFfnrcie his congregation and on Monday was BLOW 8TATIONHU3 PBENTBRfi the recipient of a handsome gold WORKS pen froi the school chilfountain Mechanical Air EngineerGLOBE SECURITY A LOAN CO dren. Manufacturers and. Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM SEPTEMBER FESTIVAL. & liUtr, Uaaafor We Make a Specialty of Pipe Tho congregation of St, Patrick's Work for Moay Advanced on Yor Plate Mei church will entertain with Us anSIS West HEATING ft VENTILATING! Strart nual September festival In the (S0tt4 Him) 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. school hall, Sixteenth and Market LOUISVILLE. KY. Hem FkM City 2S7. streets, next Monday afternoon and evening, and Yery Rev, Father Cronin, V. G., the pator, Rev. 81 POOLEY FOR MOUSY. Francis Martta, assistant pastor, Lowu t tkwe hAviagrtlAr te the members of tW congregation and LOUISVILLE ART GLASS 00. r salary, with so Miity ton their friends, youa and old, to "LEADED" AND to hoBiokxrtri corns and spend a pleasant afterk red tan. Loans MMilty. ORNAMENTAL GLASS yrawMU noon and evening. ESTIMATES MADE IF DESIRED f. poocar. ADDS AXOTXBR MASS. 1, OMrtor-JwiraBUdisc, Owing to the growth f tbcon-gregatk- Metal Setting In Sine, Copper and Brans Beveled Mirrors and 418 . FMrih and th tfongtion al the Beveled Gl&M. tervlcea, the Rev. CJetkie Brey, pastor Telephone CKy 8988 HAMBLY BROi. iBOS TOfWg ranged of Holy Crow church, has arfor a "third, maa, and hereafter on .Sunday th Mbm for the H. W. AQ Kla4 f tlw DUBISKE CO. maM will be :1L S and IP a. m. WlMto JfenUy Father Joseph .JPwtette, the e!nn-lai- a FDTAXOIAL iWtVIOI at St. Joavph'c Iaflrmary, wHl Tw KAUBLY'S'trM . Kki officiate at to Mttfa mHtm, FRANK T. MAJUON, Mr. apW XT1 chase 1U lw 9HMtiH by lMg Dealers in WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., 1136'112 WEST MARKET ST. Oumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES FTMTTTITITTihlrnni LADLES' AND GENTS' SUITS' Dry Cleaned aad Pressed $1.75 Work Called For and Delivered PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Telephone City 2742 Incorporated LOUISVILLE CLEANERS & DYERS EXPERT CLEANERS APPAREL ARTHUR OF LADLES' Oa 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. AND GENTLEJDBN'S WEARLNG - Parnltare, Diamond! ana other oaal Property Incorporated SOAKS H. ROHMANN, Manager at owwt Bata la pse?ui'8 wtovimmo ASBOOIAXIOX Otty ' LIBERTY S. W. Cor. Third and WalHHt Sts. We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, PIPE - ItBbber and Paper Stock COLEMAN BUILDING S. B. COR. TinRD AND JEFFERSON 20S LOmSVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. WB6T JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City H09 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY B01-&- JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNE 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE 4' 0 Jnww Home Phone, City 8398 Olty 86S Oscar Farmer & Sons West 8S8 St. Matthews 67 BUDUDBR Greseeat HBAVT 21-- L In-vf- te tir r. al mt City Elevator and WarekoM Hay, Grain and Feeds The Some of "Quality Feed" 1M N. FOURTH ST. AND J. W. B0UXAMP DODIEe, GLOSBD CAB AND FORD BODIES A SPECIAITY GENERAL1- - BLACKSMITH OF fttDCX WOR1C m ai N. FLVTSHJJTH ST. Qakk Serrlee aad QeaUty Gaaraateed. ST. MATTHEWS Complete Opes Fobr Tt line' of Serviceable OES SCHOOL S-- II .KEjfrucarr TOBACCONIST veoiags Uatll Him O'CIook J. M. BUCKNKR - ear nU anabr of the C4mkra0Mu it Spalding Shoe Co. AN WX0LMAL1 LOUISVILLE M WEST MAIN STJUHRC' Dfnw-sountEi- w xLsa. MAPLE MV8. - - KEtrrutKT u y-- L'.A. , Sr 1. is,' X v af i A y Itf Iff? cKic?xsaaoMcx' l i4t44 BA!12SSQN INCORPORATED " amexoajst if A U Wc Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. PHARAOH Paid the Price. Pharaoh was wise in pennies, b wise that he couldn't see the pounds. v He insisted that the children sfIsrael make bricks without straw. He saved one way, but he paid in another. He kept his straw, but he didn't get his usual tale f bricks, and these he got quickly crumbled to (lust. And what he really wanted and needed was net straw but good bricks. Louisville wants and needs an efficient street car service. But just as it was impossible for the descendants of Abraham to make good bricks without straw, so it is impossible for the Louisville Railway Company, in the face of greatly increased operating costs, to maintain t fare. efficient service on the present The price demanded by ohanged conditions is either inferior service fare. or a seven-cen- t Surely Louisville doesn't want to pay the price Pharaoh paid. five-cen- e 9eteeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeee illHERMAN STRAUS SONS wmfomwro .1 PouwtH Aycwut 1 market stiwt 'I'f'KmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmm t" . We Qire and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. DO 707 KNOW AVOUT OUR CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? i I j4 Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. SUITS FOR BOYS ! NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT 1 features of this method are Ha convenience In making purchases without any considerable outlay of caelu The advantage of baying on the Club Flan dating oar various sales AT SALB PRICES. Whatever Is the price o"f the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also tho price to a Hoasehold Club Flan customer. There is positively no advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It Is eondacted Fpon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. The OHtataadiag i $13.50 ' - $18.00 $1.50; J ! m II i - White Shirts and Blouses i To Go With Confirmation Suits, jj$1.00 j ; $1.25 i? i K 4eiHe' .$ PRETTY SOFT Well-to-d- o SURETY COUPONS ARE QIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS ' ' Surely the Fair Fare Problem Is Your Problem. Figure It Out For Yourself . ; First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Both Plionos 1323 New Lines of White Goods and Laces for Girls' ? :ifY -; W. S. SPEED, Chairman. mtMHmfmttt Auto Delivery aaaaeklHt'' aaaaaVtttJ'BBwL I I ""- JOHNW.BARR,Jr W.H. KAYE, Executive Committee. - . u' aaa - JOHN M. MULLOY b 5 ! ! I ; J ; ; I I That is what you think when you see the man dash by in his high powered limousiae. 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 than income and depositing the difference in aSav-- 1 ings Account is the answer. Start a Savings Account with us today. In approving the action of tho HarrJsburg Railways Company in Increasing street car fares tho "Public Service Commission of "Pennsylvania held that the Public Interest demanded SOLVENT public utilities; RENDERING ADEQUATE SERVICE, at reasonable rates, rather than utilities struggling AGAINST bankruptcy ami furnishing only mediocre service because rates were too low. IsaWsWff' flBJHMBjv'' Pi '''oIW &tSmm tfH TaBaH 212 WEST MAKKET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coco, lb Baking Powder Extract, par tube Pio Filling Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Goffcolb Tea, lb ...40c te GOo 80c to $1.25 40o 30c to GOo j 30o 25o 2Bo SWISS CLEANING MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than O.OOO Bank Accounts, renresentinp mn.ncm nnnnln with a fatal deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co.! Columbia Building Fourth and Main. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND The Oldest Trust Company In the South. aaaafteeeiteeeeeeeeeeMf Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYEING SE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION DR. T. J. SPBERS SWISS Phanft Citv 1707 LEDS AND PLEASES. GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY DENTIST AT LOWEST PRICES. CLEANERS INCORPOSU.TJBD AND DYERS Phone THE City 0574 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. -- - 326-2- 6 W. Jefferson OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. CASH PRICES- - PAID High Class Furniture Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. BASEBALL Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Double Header Tomorrow DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST 0000f00fr0O SMOK ER S ATTENTION CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO CHESTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thirty-fiv- o LUOKY STRIKES SWEET OAPORAL $1.70 Por Cftrton. Call Home Phone City Comb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLB RENDERING 731; GO. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS LOUISVILLE vs. T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 608-51- AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. ST. PAUL. h sile at BnlMMfer't. BOB JFOR Earn Preston anil Jefferson 0 eHd at 3 o'efeek. Rerral Seats mw WENZEL ST. Both Ptoses 4262 SOUTH Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEFFERSON City 985 Main MBH KJTES 113 INTo-w- - JOHN LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS HAWES & HANNAN FRED G. JONES & CO. SASH, DOOBS, BLINDS AND MILIAVORK. U WORK NION MADE SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 53S-37-39-- 41 Open. For eeii04j 213 West Jefferson ABSOLUTELY (Incorporated) FIREPROOF LUMBER LUMBER INCORPORATED Fire and Liability Insurance Prompt SHOE REPAIRING 1500 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shlpp "" MOLDERS' SHOES HajVK HBHPSH DR. JOHN PITTED BEST SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STBMfiE-25 AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPINAL ATTENTION TO THEATER CTS. ALL MEN IN CHARGE EXPER1ENBEB. ssjuroir- - Brooka nd A Sts. BUILDING MATXEIAL Louisville, Kj . and Efficient Main Service 1429 City 3728 309 STARKS BUILDING MILL WORE GLOBE TIRES Q 418 Position In Catholic church as or- jganist. Familiar 'with church music. Address "Organist," this oziico. FOUND NEW REMEDY. WANTED. ABS raxozs ity 8400-rHO-Il IVTetixx lO-S- P. BECKER 315 Staria BsiUlHg. Third Fleer Faarth aBd Walaat OPTROMETRIST. Fkoae City 1 ISO & City 11JM te 430 ,. SrMUriatfiJ Braaca Yard ut B witch, X.0ff . 04. rTrs. .41 vl. V .' I was tired to live had vertigo Naturopath Dr. and rheumatism. A. Lose, 334 East Market street, Main 2481, helped me wonderful, Lawrence (Schenk, 752 South Eighteenth street. FOOTBALL AT ST. XAVIERS. PRICES THE LOWEST 0S "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot DWiee, rastry, Home Made Pies, Cakes, Meats 210 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Tn u LMift nf Snn&re PKICB6 REASONABLE KXOKILENT tWlimMHMMMMMMMMMtmi W Tailor Your Coat, Dr tf 64 SOUTH FOURTH STREET 'Near Broadway PROMPT SMRVICB COFFEE 1 or Skirt TUUSOXQ IMDIvTDUALlTT H. E. WARD COMPANY IMCORPORATBD 4 SOUea FOURTH AVENUE BSMB BB8E LADIES' TAILOBS Mate er 0 8815, "f W ,' ' Pfaeaea ...Hi "t Byrne T. Speed Coal Corporation 'WILTOK JELLICO, J. "PIONfiER STRAIGHT CREEK,W WESTERN KENTUCKY." BAYLOR SROOJC 318. Both Pbn 315 Guthri imr shs J. J. MeTlOKB. Aaat.M, MORROW. Manarer. The students ot St Xavier's ColtUtt wl mtm Ikmi a ft I lege held a mass meeting Monday afternoon in the auditorium ot tho school, which was attended by 340 boys ot this high school. It was de cided to introduce football after a Shoes For Every Member of jthe lapse of two years. Candidates) were Family called out for both first and second Home Phone 3$ 06 seventy-tw- o toamg. young Exactjy 1813 but willing candidates reported for FRED & SON the first team lineup, while the freshmen enrolled in tho second UNI ON M AD B team to the number of 101, AlSHOES AND SLUTERS though the Creep and Gold has been 431 BAST MARKET STREET absent 'from tb gridiron, for a tew years the material for this year's LOUI8VILLB - - - - KBNTUCKT team is out of t)m ordinary, and STMT INC THIS MMTK WITH THE ALL what counts nwe, the old St. X. acack VftlM, Prea. spirit prevails throughout the stuJr. O. Yaaetot See. aaa Treaa. Louisville Bank dent body a that each Individual OO. lu atAUMAN member will xeri. himffelf to his utiHooryoratea most to bring greater glory in AthFeartk aad Catrsl letics to the good old college ."in we at a. Broadway. Among the aspirants are smom nwww, xfeoa , MM aMKCv STORAOB OF AUTOMOfULBS BwBW quite a few stalwart tede, "Clet" I IBhAS4Bj VIA NiaBT AMD BAY. Schneider, of the days of '17, Is. a Waere (fce work good Foley, propoaitJoOt while i wan xaoar Geseral Repair 'Work, deaalug UtthAMtl Steuerle, BanaeK Kleffer, Richard gw fhaaa, mtr Hit rouetUiig. son, Dant, Andrwt, Swift, Whwe 1b9 mm! Ktttcy-IndJaAutMuotire Co, Draae, SinMoaJ Hulawitt, BeardBoth Phone 2488 and many otun will make their 09' atep Wrtir." Broadway at Tint. Home Tel. 3083 pone Mm wrt REUTLINQER & CO. where That's AUXILIARY. AFFO AiioIpli'KeaUiBger WM. P. BANNON "QMc Meal" KECO tlsSS ru y rite Iw LlTHU,Kr. in IBbM d itK Mtdn marMmiri FEISE ANDERS) LUMBER City WeeklySavings Club Doors Smsh LUMBER South Ati Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Tf fcW rviiepe fvecic m donet te ta ad A real faasj Wkar baUaK gfrm light Where dradf 1 t Jgfct mi fce That' ha, nhm Mm u Strt. AKB MiOOK Omtu 'lli Rr. Fn- na oe auea uin n, CMKMIM, OM., AM Ma PUOMB y Pom Ba4tat iu an .A Aeoordtna- r, Kaae,patorof aa r topi dlcbclMa St. rxxi nrouiAxox XORNADOL tofcj-.- . . JF .!- i, ot Sasramato, ISt LTABCLITr AND FliATB OLAW SOUTH TSER8 8TSJBBT 6EHER QUk Meal Stwmim &U, Immtmitet mmI Mhly XMARKET fST. 6feSON,lw. 2IIC Ufa-t- ,V--i, - "&. 'I..