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Kentucky teiH American 17. twin Krery Driver as Escort ssoo l Incorporate Tfck rnwnta mm on mm Trawter t VOLUME XLV.-N- O. LOUISVIlLe,, SATURDAY, QCTOBER 23, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Greenwood, Chief Secretary for Ireyou'vo got to hand It to tho Colonel land, was. that "while the Asqulth-lan- s for nervo. Ho told his hearers how put the emphasis on the rewas growing and that good n prisals, I put it on the provocation." dosplto potty criticism and unjust He incidentally remarked that Amercensure 'Uho .moralo'of tho men had ica no longer was welcoming Immisplendid." Two days previous boen gration from Ireland, because It did to tho Chiefs talk one or his not desire to swell jthe vast total of Exposes nnd Dishonest i: 'had boen dragged out of a disturbing elements in the Republic, Filled With Gloom and Worry Over negro Purpose of Michigan EducaOTHER THE FIRE. and disorderly, saloon drunk and he declared his intention .to rake J Impending' Disaster to one of his officers had spent tho tional Bill. s Ireland from end to end, Including negro saloon drinking, night in a Harding. Ulster, ln'tho search for arms. and day in and day out theso stories of drunken Keystpners crop out; DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. and no one will deny that h old ble Jurist Says ..No Man Can town is a Knights of Columbus Hall was. G. O. P. Nominee's Appearance Hero .. . .Stand Still While Higofty ..v filled with women Tuesday night, atwivu.tr. of Trouble nnd tho Herald, is making theso talks l tracted by tho announcement that Grows. before tho. different Bible classes of tho Marquese de Charotte, formerly Feeling. 4 Louisville, but we think that a prize 'Miss Suzanno Hennlng, of Shelby . should bo offered to tho pupils that county, would bo the speaker and can sit through Col. Potty's talks urnilli! iltQPiica Amfliln'Q nnrf tti Hia It Tlint ' Tills Effort. Bo laughing' In tho lecturer's rl,l nr flnrl mmlllloM ln'pnM M0 Tour without Col. Telly on Little Lecture face when ho tolls them that wo as they exist today. Rev. John Riley Stopped at Once and.' have a good police department. Introduced the Marquise, who de- of His Own Boosting Forever. In his talk Col. Petty mentioned Keystoncrs. Biorod's old concert hall and dive, Europe, most ot which is caused by; but didn't have the gall to go as far ,. conditions resulting from tho world' as Paul Burlingame, who took a war, and said that the "dream ot of ministers to a window in peace pictured by spmo for tho PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS EFFICIENT STORY, tho City HalT and pointing out DENNETT'S CAPTAIN world can never comd through tho old place across tho street Blerod's League of Nations." Announcement! nald: "There's on evidence ot rewas mado that a meeting of the! Wo form under our administration. Catholic women would bo held short- Lit tho recent quarterly meeting of ly when tho question of. a League of the Detroit Diocesan Union Gloom and worry have taken pos- closed that dive." Tho Jofco Is tlint of tho HIcrod's Iind been out of existence Nations would be discussed by repre- - r.rni. session of tho Republican party and then for fifteen years or more, but tentative women. The other speaker the national and State campaign Paul got away with his HtUo bunk, leaders aro showing the sUialn of nnd tho godly men fell for it. trying to carry tho weak Harding Speaking of the morale of the o through to election day. It lias been a crowd, of L. & N. workmen bad enough to put forth dally ex- wore going east on an Oak street night ot suffrage. He. urged the wo- - SSSScor ? planations of why he has changed car ono morning this past week and The d Btlniru position about steen times on ono of the men was telling of tho his tho League of Nations, but the prize continual robberies In his neighborSen o AX bogey man is now arising and Re- hood and how the women and chilwas Lincoln President, elected inm?nT y ??" campaign managers from dren wero all soared out of their publican n? Labl? Father Raffo said, has there been a aro spending wits. One of his hearers said that Maine to California .American pr a Imnortmit. fnr ihn l?""!60 some restless days and nights. Tho tho victims ought to complain to jubo Jiunm uo?ydo not belong to said: American people as tho one wililch I Now York World hinted at tho story tho police. At this the man replied i the Catholic Is now drawing to a dose. church I have never been In ono In tho other day and it brought the "Why, we never see a policeman in Harding backers, our district, and they never catch a my life except on occasions of tuner-al- s cold sweat on the IIAPPi NIGHT. of Catholic friends. tho Ohio Republican campaign lead- burglar anyway." 'A Keystone powas born, right liceman who had Bllpped on the car ers beginning to fuss and fret " " Tt " ' nlJ ,",sr; , Never has an affair of the Ancient Many well away tor possible alibis. heard the remarks, grabbed tho ofState Democratic Campaign Committee, composed of Beckham's, SSva SSeh Ordor of Hibernians been arranged posted campaign critics say that if fender by the hack ot the neck, m I'S? friends, seems to be neglecting Gov Cox. n?en?bUhonfthis story Is sprung on Harding pulled ihlm oft tlio car, walloped his am an American, born and bred, and SS, ll week before the lection it will be prisoner with a club and then locked i?iet&. o episode over to be proud the Dr. Burohard-Blain- o $' Division S on Thursday night or r., wattt .to ,, nn"o ,i A.ii- - of him up for disorderly conduct. Ho again. But tho strain is tolling on was Just illustrating that "morale" tho Republican leaders nnd press of which the Chief spoke about, but alike and if the rumored racial story It hasn't Impressed the Iblg army of concerning Harding comes to llfo It L. & N. shopmen who know the Inwill mean an utter collapse of the nocent victim. Republican campaign. We are going to suggest to Col. Tho worst enemies of the Potty at his next BIblo class machine in Kentucky lecture that introduce as his subject dl isTnos el no more trouble and the fatehe of Police Capt. Bennett could wish for loL0,adbSte SSSSS SSI worry for tho G. O. P. bosses in this Capt. Bennett was a special apState, as Tobe, Chcs and Matt aro pointee ot near Mayor Smith, but s After the regular order and accept- Btill staggering from the effect of committed the nwful crime of exapperanco here, which posing a Republican leader who 'yttj'si1"1 by the&0 Peon,e tor ? Harding's f to its social dance at the Tyler ana 0. narochial schnnN tt0 abolishment caused endless trouble and worry wanted protection for a negro crap one from Mackm Council to place a rVJ? ar; u' Tor tho Republican machine leaders. gnme. The grand jury mado a speJR,:. team in the new bowling league. Gov. Cox's recent appearance in cial trip to near Mayor Smith askseveral short but Interesting tJake 5!?,nr?1lSIAinorlcan, Louisville when ho drew a record ing to protect Capt. Bennett for W ., ' Won J," Draft Board breaking crowd with corresponding his him British Atrocitiies, and H rSSSSl of the honesty. Th near Mayor said Gives Gra -onthuslosm was tho cause of all tho ho was proud to hear of tho record Widely Knows Okie Prie.t Mav. M,.fr 4Kj1S HhHfiers ,WitnMdJDunrig trouble. To compare with itho Dem- of his special selection and would riW; W iOV CkUU -. Vkl.VJ 4U Vl 4U lUUmiUO. nlicnMirniInn k ocratic nominee's showing thousands proteot him from trouble, But tho i i,un, uijowhuuuh uu mat uuiuu Iivuriy, hi. "mt ; ' ... ' tsf. pnaww -Weex-A i.ji of dollars worp s,peat and every city, Republican maeHiso-ruled- , JS'ftotkrtSXf34iim" otitcrwlso Ebuhtytf-and- ' State employe, families and had Cant Bennett uarrcd not amlnod questionnaires ot over ttvci unuS n(1 thQ Catholics whlto and black, vrero only from the police department lint 00 had their commanded to appear at tho Hard-n- i from city or county employ. And it frfttherine. The sneeoh of the has nevor failed to attack the Capyears Regent of the U. of poor old Senator was a fizzle, but at tain slnco that expose. Tho other In contact with I every M where of cameparochial schools, to tho graduates a given signal of Roscoo Searcy s Hay tho retirement of Officer Ragglo the cheer leaders tho G. O. P. employes was mentioned and Capt. Bennett Declares Protestants and Catholics Are Now United Fot the Freedera of Ireland and wihoro and suggested a campaign happen to be a citizen and walk up here. and their families would cheer and was charged with trying to force the streets ot Michigan and am applaud. Tho porch candidate spoko him out ot tho service, but failed to proud of many Catholic friends. I That at Least Ninety Per Cent, of the People.Are Arrayed SACRED HEART RETREAT. through ft telephone oxplaln that the Board ot Safety suppose my powers of observation in to his audience mnomittfir. not b oln ir 'heard by 150 ruled against Bennett after lie had that regard are just as good as those Behind and Supporting Sinn Pein. ,. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday were audience, the blurred! Bhown that Ragglo had been sus f mnnv nthr nn,i t nm hr people in the gala days at the Passlonlst Monas- - tay to your Catholics and Protestants or mis voice reuimumB pended live days twice and was off drum sound tery on the Newburg road. On these ailk0( ,that ,r thcre is a course Jn one of a man in a drug store win- ceventeon days in ono month, in days tho Passionlst fathers celebrat- - your parochial schools that is lindow with a glass tapping arrange- cldentally the Board pald Ragglo for ed a solemn trlduum In honor ot American, every Catholic I have ment calling attention to his dis- tho seventeen days off time, in his second centen- - known has flunked Saint play ot corn 6alvo and its merits. lecture Col. Petty might road tho course, SURPASS THOSE INFLICTED BY THE SPANIARDS IN CUBA ary otGabriel and tho of their order. The dishonest feature Inof that amend-Th- o tho founding Of course Harding's address fell letter Captain Bennett this with HORRORS filed programme as printed in these ment ,a Jts ianguaEe that all flat. him In which he charged two diswas carried out In all Its area between the ages of five and But that was only one of the wor- trict detectives with collecting ten details and left an impress that will Bixteen fihall aUend the public ries of tho Republican leaders. The dollars' from a woman prisoner for who provo lasting. A groat spirit of de- - BChools in tho district in which they colored brothers and sisters riding to tho station house in his have taken a front seat in the Re- 'own machine. Yes, wo bellovo Capt. by votion for St. Gabriel has grown- lve lt SOUnds fino It would sound they had boen sent through his two surpassing publican band wagon were early at- Bennett and his experiences with ed "Horrors Spaniards In those Inflict- son, firing first prayer for mercy and said that to guard the room rapidly In recent years, and the com- jugt ag flne ,f lhey eft out the word military by the Cuba under hands joined Ing celebration was looked forward pu,bllc and said scliool. Why da they tendants at the 'Armory to hear this administration and the local Re- Gen. Weyler, which aroused th in- and then' five Inshots into his chest. tho a man was shot. They stayed "Mistali Hahding." but they were publican machlno would mako a dignation' ut the civilized world, aro In a motor lorry armed with mili- where all day, denying tho hotel pro- to by ;St. Gabriel's many clients as put Jt In that form? Why arent there when obtaining their Hrn the snub of to pilelives in tho timely subject for the Colonel's next being carried out by the British tary, going from Middleton to Cork prietor the right to enter the room a golden opportunity of blessings. tUojr bravo enoug,h ,to say: 'It shall up him many spiritual ihoy were ordered Blblo class lecture. Jail, an officer sent a shot through where Lynch was dead br dying. Tho from Holy Father graciously granted bo unconstitutional to attend faro-Th- e Government in Ireland." balcony to themselves. The educatMichigan.' they schools One of our readers also offers a Father James H. Cotter, D. D., the bodfes ot two brothers, strapped Coroner was forbidden to hold his an Indulgence of one hundred days chialtliat they Inwould not BOiIf votea dI(j ed colored gentlemen and ladles re- suggestion for tho head of our o graduate ot Manhatan College, New back to back, killing one prisoner lawful Inquest. to all tho. faithful for each visit to emUKU to count sented this, however, and pushed coppers. As you know, Chief York City, and member of the Board other, whom he "I was In Limormick when a bomb tho church, during tho trlduum. and nast the doorkeepers, taking front Nounschwander puMed off a fake of Editors of the Columblad, official and wounding tho only tllng that would ocour would havo killed his soldiers was exploded in tho next square to also a plenary indulgence to all to ..The nrst Js RAats with their white Republican a awyer and week to display tho Ennistimon the Knights of Cotho the hotel and In Mlllstreot, Bantry those who received the sacraments in obviously an that it is clearly pro- and brothers. The negroes fire alarm last his "hicks." AH ve- publication otsummed up Irish con- prevented. the In Bisters unconstitutional ability (?) Crown throw a man's nnd Cork when tho nights wero ou forces of thus nm rM.i im 4n arms over tho segre hicles wero of cleared oft Jefferson lumbus, upon uuu luayuu im uiu vjsi0n it contravenes the organic iiijnes uuurcii armed ruffianism his arrival from a nine body into tho flames of his burning made hiedous gation meeting, and they have made street and tho movie flro run was ditions law of the land. The language of having all Us own way. in j.,imer-Ic- k Intention of His Holiness. weeks' visit Ireland. Father Cotter tno nepuuunui mado to tho Willard Hotel, wlucli Is was passing Inthrough New York on home, fired by his murderers. life miserable lor the Federal constitution is simple. five successive times at 2 o'clock "The Black and Tans aro ,tho been trying to tell almost lialf- a square from tho fire bosses who have REGISTRATION. The fourteenth amendment provides his way to Ironton, Ohio, whore he vomit of English jails, criminals In the morning the Black and Tan they were sent upstairs Iioilsoa Some them that that no State shTill make or enforce Then mon wero of drunk through a mistake, but the colored sent insldo to rim. the windows so la rector of St. Lawrence's church. whoso sentences have been commut- when girls andinvaded tho homo Tho Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, nnv law which abriilces the tirlvl- an aged mother. ed by the Government with the un- three and threatens tho boys couldraise in without any He declared: G. O. P. Is still miffed u ociock in got Its 0r "I personally saw many British derstanding that they would do tho mother told mo that tho curfew pre- rrom nlEht. voters mo morning uaui,GgC3 not immunities ofand acitizens, rovonce. And that was hot all. Af trouble, 9 at were sick or It is sound, suc- atrocities and was fresh on the the work assigned to them in Ireland, vented their getting help from out of the city on who rogular regis- good law, only it is law ideal arrangebeen in session cessfully which ailowod them to ter tho meeting liad the an but clamber in and poso for scene after othors, and talked to the for which they wero to get a .pound neighbors. Thoy knocked down tho and tho perhaps half an hour etc. now our to me tration days, may register at the .of- ment, and it does not .take a lawyer Armory became warm the gentlo fho heroic pictures, Col. Petty have people. I mado It a point to talk per day. I was in Galway at the be- door. Tho mother, speaking mo un- fice of County Clerk Nuotzol In th.o to argue to you what aro your privireader suggests that smell from some ono impersonate a burglar (It's specially to Protostants. Ono mur ginning ot Its horrors. The Railway In my priestly capacity, gavo Mnltvm boiran to watt a Court House. Tho registration win- leges. One of them Is to send your Indetails of I was before my very tho balcony whdro the black colored not hard to get a real one around der was committed had to tako shel Hotel, where station, a guest, opens on printable with which the horrible and dow Is in tho ballot room in tho son to Harvard, if you would rather the Black eyes. At Galway I tho railway whore a Black dignities packed to brothers and sisters were hero) while he Is robbing a the gratification basement near tho west entrance to than to send him to Michigan, Anflourished his revolver hours suffocation. Tho rush foi air be- house- - and store have tho Keystone ter for several soldierywhllo British and Tan any provocation whatover Tans accompaniedhad first hand tes the building, across the hall from other Is to say where your children or ot their lusts. I fired volley without Black and Tan gan and the whites from downstairs cops caipturo him with the movie During school, teach n and 'shot an Innocent bystander, timony of tho shooting of tho men tho Juvenile Court. voters may theso shall go tohow they who shalltaught. piled out C3 It some one had cried machines and tho Herald pho- after volley In the have days eligible shall be A Volun- ot households in many other cases three names written on tho registra- thom, and town. The enforcement or tno cur-fo- Mulroy, In my presence fire. Ono society Republican leader tographer taking all the views. Of prlvllogo, then I do their If that Is not a uso teer jumped on bis back and tried of this kind. said: "My, but that odah 43 perfect- course some people will bo unkind to which the Black and Tans out- to wrest English books and tho three days will the weapon from him. The "I found that Protestants and tionall th registration period allow- hot know the medning of thhavo the shoot any Irishman found Heretofore she enough to say ly disagreeable." bo language. We certainly will bo tho only proalike aro tried to for bad rldderi in her limousine and men- way they will that catch, one, but doors after 10 o'clock, is a cloak Tho' murdererstruggling shoot him, and Catholics f6r Irish united In their ed. It Is the duty of every man and right to worship according to the over freedom. Mrs. woman to register and vote. two firmness woundod while tested against the Democrats poli- anyway it will put our Shblbyvlllo dastardly outrages on women. dictates of our owi conscience here Black and Tans Invade houses whore others. He was finally shot by a Anna Bryco, a Protestant, sister-in- tioning the negro question In In Michigan, and if We have not it Police Chlof on even terms with our thero are women and commit out- civilian. An English officer declared law ot our former lAmbassauor, anu tics. Li timo wo move out, ENJOY GOOD LAUGH. Cincinnati Flro Chief in tho pub- rages, knowing there are none or on the spot thtit It was the only with whom I had a long personal InAnd last but not Boast was the "When I was Invited to talk to licity role. few mon abroad to Interfere or re- thing to do with, tho ruffian. Tben terview, told mo that her ganfge had of the Republican machines The Columbian Minstrels will give you on this subject It occurred to mo been burned down because she spond to calls for help. I personally followed tho 'reprisals.' About It was fakn nvflrsoas veterans. It MARTYRDOM CONTINUES. her noighbors to danc In It. a real minstrel and vaudevlllo show to ascertain among other things, ot later, 250 soldiers and police talkod to women who had been planned to plant about fifty as to shamefully outraged under circum- halted at the front door of the ho- Sho also wrote mo"a letter In which next Tuesday nighty at St.' Helen's my Impression school the benefitswas niforfuvia soldiers in uniform education Mayor MacSwlney suffered a: third stances showing the savage degener- tel and volley qtter volley for the 6ho denounced English tyranny in uommorciai uiuo, me pruceeus w uu the parochial grouped around Harding, and they next hbur terrified tho townsneonle. Ireland In strong terms. Mr. Biggs, for tho benefit of St. Paul's church wrong- In I havo many friends who poso ao Republican patriots but mlldor attack of delirium Wed acy of the Black and Tans. wore to college Ridge. store venlag, according to the "I visited Brixton Prison and I lay on. the floDr near tho window a Bantry merchant, had his ono ot at Pleasure rehearsing Tho minstrels wore educated in"with me and who iMiri nr tasters airalnst a league that nesday parochial schools, the di- were bring them to .the front league bulletin. A new development spent three hours with tho Misses while the firing 'was going on. The burned because ho inserted In a cour- have been Rev. Fathorunder would Waters and and I havo seen no deficiencies inv rection ot were many Demo- Is, muscular twltchings, which attains Anna and Mary MacSwlney sisters British police and soldiery went to his newspaper advertisements again. But there I wrote Dr. H. P. Hutchins, in Broderick's, locked a woman ot teous denial ot English propaganda are ureDared to give a creditable on them; so University of Michigan-- -! crats in the audience and they ex- spasmodic proportlans in the limbs. of Lord Mayor Macfiwlnoy. The sixty-fiv- e years, frnother ot children, doslgnod to create between tertalnment, every number being of tho a more or prison was surrounded with soldiers camouflaged overseas vet- Tho Mayor remained posed the Mr. new and original. Tho best of tal- man who baa been engaged' in higher and Catholics. in her erans, wlio wcro a lot of Keystone less unconscious condition all after- on horse and afoot, as it a storm in a little room, poured petrolLuckily Protestants Beggs Is a Protestant. Ireland voted ent comprises the nucleus of tho education for a quarter of a century milkary noon, and assault were threatened. One parlor and. fired the bouse. police from Uio awkward Thursday the Lord Mayor was de- of the Lord Mayor's relatives she eeeaned from a rear window. On for the Sinn Fein Republic with the show, which will afford many good and who, during the period of largMiwd ot the local department. These the and drive away tno niuos. posing as over- lirious and did not recognize rela- took hte picture with the camera of to another house they went, pulled greatest majority that the history ot laughs the Orell cars, Eighteenth est development was head otasked comedy cops were University ot Michigan, and, war tives who visited. Th latest report my niece, MIee Shiela King. The poor Qulrke gut kof bed, a hoy who the politics of any nation furnishes. Tako seas victims and veterans of the him if in all his years of work at ad absolutely no connection with She gave SO per cent. then. Now it street road. when none of thorn had ever been was that he was unconscious and picture shows a terrible emaciation. Ann Arbor ho had cause to think take place I tertfeer overseas than Jeffersonville that death was momentarily ex- The teeth protrude, the temples' are the platform episode, pnt him another election should tor truth on "SATAN'S SCHE5IE." that tho students who camo to the pected. eye are sunken, but for against a lsmppoet and, to prolong would stake my credit hollow, the or Hickory Crick back hum. So, all University from narochial schools Harding, all that the, mighty majesty of the his agony, shot him nine times in the 90 tver oent la , thebrought; no appearance in a colossal showed any lack of preliminary edu"Satan's Scheme" "Bngland has conducted a war ot Joy or peace man suffuses a holy calm over hte lower abdomen and left, him welterLARGE CROPS. .Louisville and ing In his blood. An, inqueet on the invasion. She has rushed to Ireland photoplay ot humanity, will bo seeno cation thinghe wrote: 'I never saw a fsee. to Tobe, Ches or Matt and their single about them to criticise' "Goth, Hunand Turk,, massed to- victims tm forbidden. An Inquiry everything she used against Ger- tomorrow night at St. .saviors With the growing season almost to fool the public Ml flat, If the parochial and private schools Gymnasium, which has been 'while the attompt to fool their ended, Kentucky's crop prosipects gether at their execrable work, pales organised by ettieena led. by Mr. many. I have seen tanks, artillery so as to seat a great audi ore today giving education which we wagons la the by England's diabolism in Mcro followers lies caused negro are now most satisfactory. Estimates before Bngland plots to destroy Ire O'Dea, a solicitor, was broken-u-O'Dea'e and even poison gas ence. This nhotonlay. a mirror of all want to have and want- our chilstreets." the the military and next day Juet Issued by the United States Bu land. FurtIiBove the man's hbtory, reveals yesterday, to- dren to have, should they not be alRMhriritcane Itave notified the G. O. reau and State OomntMlonr Hanna Sinn Vein Government of Ireland by house was bombed and wrecked. The Irish debate la the House of day and tomorrow, and iff proclaimed lowed to continue tomdo it. The pro "I was In Dublin the night Jack In Balbriggan the P. honoon that instructions bmm be how large iaereaM in the eropa frlghtfnlness. g and neverr posed amendment the moat .ungiven to tlte white Republic voters over 1919 in oU, .barley, potatoes, Blaek and Tans bavonetted two in Lynch was faulty murdered In his Commons Wiednesday night resolved a restful, masterpleco of the economical and unsound thing from orxhnm hoI&mmi, clover Med, corn, offensive men to death, stabbing room at the Bxchange Hotel. A itself into a duel between the re vote for Lovett, the negro candidrama. Two shows will be a dollars and cents point of view ot and the Government, necks, and the date for Um Board of Education.gave apples and pea, good yield. minor only at their faces and agony-- and party of soldiers hammered for ad- former demanding and the latter the sttent at 8:30 and 8:15, the a tote-alo- e which I have ever heard. There are reeropa gtvlar a Under thus prolonging their la mission, bald np the night porter, Ming an Independent Inoufcy into- given,beta? twenty-fiv- e CW. Petty, Chief of Pottce, o cents. Classic today being edueated. over 190,000 ooBdltlons tnr will probably Bantry, the police entered the home went to the register and then to the nosh? of We otartataJn- talks to- theseona reduction in the eot of of a poor old couple, the Orowfey'e, room ot this good, quiet etttaen and, the reorteale. The dafenea of the moving pictures will be presented elaea of St Luke's Bvan- be the Bible (Ceateaoed onrifth Page.) and shot to death their hunchback after their exitt two police came Government set up by Or Hamar here every Sunday night. Bunoay, ana farm prodnoti. REPUBLICANS METHODIST thG-tow- Key-Btono- rs IRONSN " Left-Trai- ". "g I i- del-eratl- nnTSFvuT' jtto" to-llc- S!3 thepffi Kf XXd ?, MieTlK -- fi ",.,,' nMtv7n?Pt!f , thJSttnl wnffita" tSK h PATHERfi iteiTTEirr. i wt trh -- '.-f- nf ' S ' n&J? ahv t.1 if, lL' 6utraciit)iI lm ZUtlinfn.e Rkta,8K.E . JPiW?tWr'iiKiiFK nun' smtt ' !... VTomAv ir!nf3 nti si, ?wainr?lKa ars; Krp'rs; 1.- 200.-BJI.i?2- Sh IL?6"," ,ynitt one-ha- lf 1 . chil-colum- ns Key-ston- ;, b. 3 - terror-stricke- w, ox-Do- so two-hour- s sup-twH- vi - -- Ill-w- ill . at-teav-pt joi-leg- ed uriend-losajtroub- le. - heart-grippin- bn - ennen Met , 51 ms'XoBrsr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGffli TUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. COMING EVENTS. 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SOGIETV A 1' A tfXCjllbahiUtftOnlJrQijku" m LOUISVILLE, KY OFFICIAIj SATURDAY, OCTOBER &, 1920 countenance and approve murder of innocent men, for thtiy have placed themselves .beyond the palo of any recognized law when they incite to murder and associato themselves with murderers and criminals by approving their conduct. It Is not a question of Ireland's right to wage open war for her liberties. It is rather a question of expediency. In open war Irishmen ' would stand a sorry cha'neo against the armed force of imperial Britain. The policy .that has been followed for the past two years in Ireland is pnsslvo resistance. It is a question of endurance between liberty and Lloyd George, and we are satisfied that liberty will ultimately gain the victory, it only the policy of 'passive resistance Is continued. DESERVE EXTREME PENALTY. muiwek. Under Lloyd George's declaration the English Government is now committed officially to murder and robbery in Ireland. The hypocritical Premier speaks of the Black and Tans' patience wearing out, but says nothing of the patlenco or tho Irish people, who have been undergoing a reign of false imprisonment, and crime for the last four years, and a reign of brutal and unjust government tor seven hundred, years. PITA TUB POOR MUG. Walter Driver. Miss iMary Hogan Is home after a two months' stay in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs.' Richard Wathen have returned from New York. Mr. and Mrs. .1, C. Mahon have been spending the week at French Lick Springs. Miss Beth Deano has returned to Chicago after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albort D. Gregg, of Akron, Ohio, is heie this week on a vljit to Tam-K- y Miss Angola Ackerman was last week tho guest of Miss Lillian Reagan at Powee Valley. Miss Mary Kennedy was given a shower at tho home of Miss Rose Connolly at Sixth und L streets. Miss Alma Hays has returned from a week-en- d visit to hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hays, at Bardstown. Miss Hortense Twyman, ot Now-por- t, wu here this week on a visit as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kath-orln- and friends. f ygawgwP11" Gas and "Hex'esfjie LotuWIlle ' iMnwim jw. immmv-v- ' i Company Dmdend Chech Ahmys Gnm--- " TSkscixiC f i' residence, stow many beautiful and useful presents. ' LV bounteous wedding breakfast was served during ,tho reception, after which the happy couple Immediately went to housekeeping at 80S, South Twenty-thir-d Funeral services were held Tuesday street, where they aro receiving morning from St, Anthony's church. their friends and acquaintances. The Death has called another veteran bride Is the daughtor of Mr. and of St. Patrick's parish, Charles Mrs. .Torry Hallahan and the groom Schott, who died Saturday at his a son ot Mrs. Ella Desmond. homo, 1S30 Balrd street. He was toventy-si- x years ot age and tho be IiniERNIAN DANCE. hoved husband of Kathorlno Schott, Tlio Rnrlnl" Chili M Division 4. A. ana also surviving mm aro many relatives. Monday afternoon funor-a- l O. H.f will entertain with a dance services over the "remains were tor Its members and friends next Friday evening at the 'Tyler Hotel. held at St. Patrick's church. Friends, and relatives feel slncero Ma in Via t,n flrnf rf u fiArlan of tympathy for Gustavo and Margaret dances given by the club during the Henry, 4510 West Market street, mil and winter seaBon. as a noveny from whom the Angel ot Death hasi the dance committee will Introduce onmn nf fha nlil.faahtnnml dnno.eit for taken their beloved daughtor, Dorothy" Marie. Ker fu- the members of tho old guard, and neral took place Monday morning Hie announcement 01 mis icaiuro from St. Anthony's chHrch, a large has met with popular approval. Tho number assisting at the Tequiem PnmmlHon nt tt rrnnFAiiifntn flrfi M. mass, J. McDermott, Chairman, Jos. D. Honnessy, Jonu U. uorsoy, Jas, ju. Mrs, Mary Burnett, tweaty-on- e years old, beloved wife of Outer E. Fllben, John J. Barry and S. J. Burn-eU1117 Lytle atreet, uecamb-e- d to lltMM at St. Mary and, ElisaM8YJSX KEELB. death being a beth. Hoapltal, iheek to her relative and frteade. MmImiu witk a MtlfeeaL 2:30 Her faural took plaae Moaday icuttottwaia MIm Wi4li AM. ' mar boM up moraiftf wtta reaateai mam a St. aad. iCoaday algfl, the nvim' the BrtUaa ttlmtar, iflio opaaly Patrick' shares. there by British soldiers and military police. His was more than a declaration ot war. It was an open defense of savagery that should bring upon Lloyd George the condemnation of tho civilized world. But open armed . resistance is Just what Lloyd George and his hirelings have been trying to provoke in Ireland tor months. We trust that Ireland will not grant their wish to see Ofwn war In which England will have every advantage. Granted that the atrocities committed in Ireland are enough to make the blood .ot honest men boll in anger, meeting thee by passive resistance has won thus far, and thero is every reason hat it will continue to to win. Of course, the people ot Jwve tho right of marauders ngftlnat the ruthless whom Lloyd George has let leoae upoa them. That right can aot be dBi4 to any people, ao matter what ptey be 'the pretenses ot their the lorBMKtor. It holta mad to aad th waAttaeter and it -- Up North there has been developed within recent yenrs a new species of criminal, that has been destroying fish, potatoes and other foodstuffs in order to maintain the high prices for these necessaries of life. Down South organized bands of cotton growora aro destroying cotton gins and forbidding, under pain of dire cell. roprlsals.the harvesting of the cotton crop, in order to force a rise In SUPPLY LEFT OVER. tho market price of the downy white Four years ago a little pamphlet staple Instead of abolishing capital was passed out by some A. P. A.'s punishment, hero are two crimes to sercmony or designing politicians warning the which tho laws might extend tho exMrs. Susan Chapeze Hagan, Cha-pez- e, voters of tho cIomj connection be treme penalty with beneficent offect. announces the marriago of her daughter, Miss Susan Abagail Ha-(tatween President Wilson, his Secre NOW THE LAW. and Walter O. Dinning Tues tary Tumulty and the Catholic day, October 12. church. The supply must not have of Pres-tonl- a, It is no use now discussing the Miss Durrett Oglcsby, been exhausted then,' as tho little wisdom or unwisdom of Is now stationed at Fort Ben female sufdocument is again on its rounds, not frago. It is now a law ot, the United jamin Harrison, whore she has been being changed to suit tho present States by virtue of the nineteenth assigned to headquarters In tho nominees. It Is supposed to be an amendment to the constitution. Corps Area with the A. F. C of Bardstown, Airs. Lizzie editorial from the National Catholic Writing upon this subject for the has announcedSmith, engagement of the existing now True Voice, K. Register, a paper not C, gives this force- her tlnughter. Miss Elizabeth Smith, nor over was, as Has been exposed ful and timely, advice, which, we to William Spalding, of this city. The wedding will take place next by the Catholic press Innumerable commend to our women readers who times. But a new crop of suckers have registered and will fail in their month. Louisville pleasure and business have come into existence in four duty it they do not.vote in the com- travelers In New York City tho past years. week wore Miss Josephine Chorry, ing election : J. L, Lynch, "Mrs. Catholic Woman, you havo P. Schmltt, M. Maher, Weiss, M. B. II. C. McConnell. S. FOLLOW CARDINAL'S ADVlCE. got to put away your shyness. You Mountjoy. Charles A. Miller, R. H. did not want tho vote, but it has Hart and W. J. Balrd. There is nothing wonderful in the Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Brussel-bnc- h dally papers been given to you, to be usod for fact recorded in tho announco the engagement of the best interests of your God and that 300 Catholic Sisters havo regis- your country. Get out and register, their daughter, Miss Agues Brussel-bacto Ieo B. Keogh, Lake tered to vote in Newark, N. J. They go to tho polls and vote. Charles, La. the wedding to take are but following tho advice of Car- and thon Don't be a slacker; your Catholic place November 4. The brldo-pledinal Gibbons, who urges all Catho- neighbors are looking at you, and Is a favorite In the younger social lic Tvomon to use the suffrage which expect you to do your duty. Next to sot. has been given them. We venture INTO ETERNAL REST. to say that in every largo city In tho going to mass on Sunday is tho country, the votes of our Catholic obligation to go to tho polls and Mrs. Mary Gray, beloved wife of tellglous will soon be a factor that vote for the honor of God and the John Gray and a mos.t estlmuble good of 'your country, and against mombor of St. Charles church, passpoliticians will reckon with. "Wthe advocates of immorality and tho ed peacefully away last Friday, afoman suffrago brings some strange enemies of Christian education. Get ter a long illness borne with resigdevelopments. out and help to savo this grand old nation and fortitude. There was a or sorrowing United States from Its enemies at large congregation the funeral serfriends present at VOTERS NOT FOOLS. homo and abroad." vices at St. Charles church on Monday, when a requiem mass was celeSupreme Court of Michigan The, RECENT DEATHS. brated for the repose of hor soul. has decided that the 'proposed conThe Rov. Father Raffo, In a Reeling Friends' and relatives wore deeply and eloquent tribute to tho deceased, stitutional amendment requiring all were they children to attend the public schools grieved Sunday evonlng when Mary declared tha.t hor benefactionsalways boundless, and that she had No learned of the death of Mrs. must go on the ballot for tho Cathorlno Richardson at her resi- been, a devoted and loving daughter vembor election. If tho amendment dence, 231S Halo avenue.Mrs. Rich- of Mother Church. Besides her husyears of oge band Mrs. Gray leaves one sister, carries it will mean tho voting of ardson was forty-si- x parochial schools out of exlst- - and Is survived by her "husband, D, tfrs. William Whltty. To tho slnthe L. Richardson, a daughter, Mrs. extonded tho liusband enco. Wo have no apprehension re- John Speier, and seven sons, Ray, cero condolence is a wide circle of ot garding the result of the election In Earl, Hugh, Harry, Louis, Francis friends and relatives. Rev. Francis Tho fu- Martin, of St. Patrick's, pronounced Michigan. Tho voters there are not and Edward Richardson. they blind to tho good neral and requiem mass was held the absolutldn at tho grave. fools, nor-ar- e Tuesday morning at St. that Is being done by Catholic church, Rev. Father Pieper William's irALLAHAN-DESMONconductenough to kill the ing tho services. schools. That is Thursday morning, October 14, amendment. Funeral services for Miss Gertrude Drown, aged twenty-twbeloved Rev. Father Cronin, V. G at St. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Patrick's church, pronounced the QUESTION OF EXPEDIENCY. Brown, 1010 Bonnycastle avenue, church's blessing on tho nuptial were held Sunday afternoon at St, vows of two estimable young people With the Truo Voice, we hope It Agnes church. Hor death is mourn- of this city. Miss Nora Hallahan and Miss Anna B. Is not true that the Irish Parliament ed toy many friends who admired her J. Emmet Desmond. char-acto- r. to issue a formal declaration for her numerous fine traits ot par- Hallahan, sister of tho bride, and Intends Charles G, Desmond, brother of tho 8he Is survived by her of war in response to Lloyd George's ents, three sisters, Misses Mar, groom, were tho attendants. Followspeech, It is truo that the British Lois and Catherine Brown, and two ing the ceromony and nuptial mass Ceorgo tho near relatives and friends gathPremier practically declared war on brothers, William . and ered at the home of tho bride's parby de- Brown. the helpless people of Ireland Sunday evening death came to ents, 512 North Twentieth street, to fending tho atrocities committed Mrs. Cathorlno Emmotsbergor, slxty-tp- extend their good wishes and ben. h, ct ed o, uf There Is a railroad conductor on the C. & O. Railroad between Ash land and Lexington who devotes all hip spare time to slyly slipping a lot literature to of and in camralgn times like the present to pass out political' lit oraturc for one party or the other which (tolls how the Pop Is going to capture the Government. None that of tho regular travelers on division take the poor old fanatic hcrlously and know it is only a ques tion of tlmo when he will bo work Ing at his favorite hobby ina padded anti-Cathol- ic re Osterman. e Mrs. Ida O'Connor and Miss O'Connor, Deer Park, have returned from a trip to Cincinnati and Indianapolis. " Mrs. T P. Monoghan, of Dallas. Texas, after a pleasant visit with Mrs. J. E. Pepper, Meadowbrook, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bartley have returned from New Haven, where they visited Mrs, Annie Whelan and other relatives. Mrs. William .U O'Sulllvan and son, of Norfolk, Va., aro visiting Mrs. O'SulIlvan's sister, Mrs. Joseph M. Zahnor, on tho Newburg road. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O'Bricu and .laughters, Elizabeth and Culleen, and Mrs. Bess Dunn were recently guestB qf Mr. and Mri. Harry Heller. The marriage of ' 'ss Nora Peak and Ezra Sweet wa tuletly soloinn-'ze- d at St. BrlgldV jhurch rectory, Rev. Father Jansca "performing tne Income Checks Mailed to Yon Every Three Months Preferred otock of. Louisville Gas & Electric Company is one of its strong! features. Your income from this stock is free of the normal federal income tax, and the 7 'THE solid, substantial character of an investment in the stock is exempt from personal property taxes when owned by residents in Kentucky. 15th of July October April and January Dividends checks reach you promptly by mail every three months on the No delays or expense of collection. 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AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR will mak K g JttmTtm moor r:nprtfiillv snlirif in thr rnminrr T Grr ennnnrr R K NOVEMBER ELECTION As Democratic Nominee For Congress If elected by the people I will be found at all times at my post of duty, ready and willing to serve my constituents and fighting for Greater Louisville, my State and country, and for laws that will benefit the masses. Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woolen mills no reduction in prices; there will sure be a shortage. UP-STAIR- mdfW S STORE Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street HHHHHHHHBHHHaMNH LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON JAMES H. RICHMOND. - HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combuitien Engineering City 8381 NIW AND SLIGHTLY and Furnace Repairing Main 1050 PHONE 2635 PULS DRY CLEANING CO. 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City SECOND AMD CHESTXUT Day and Night Service 85S-3- 87 Main 0102 tlfter, aa AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATATArAATW BCONTMJOSCY XRIiJec AHBWOAR. Senator BecRham Sayfc He Will Vote "No Against the Struggling Irish Republic. Every Irish and Will Vote "No Irish-American and Lover of Freedom eckham's Election y The National Press Bureau of the Friends of Irish Freedom at Washington Says: , " Senator Beckham, of Kentucky, was a Consistent Voter Against the Irish Reservations THE OLD, OLD STORY IN IRELAND . i, ! '1 J- - " r,J 1 i i i v r JJ , They're killing men and wowe too, For the weariti' o' the j5reen" ' jjHg A SmM7 111 8Ufl of M I y 7 And Senator Beckham Voted Against Resection Sympathy. Insure Beckham's Defeat By Votinjg Fo His Strongest Opponent. ; THE WAY FOR DEMOCRATS TO SCRATCH X. J 13 Presidential Electors o K' V. - ' V . v: 13 Presidential Electors i u'; i "" . I ;" s Hr , Vv! .A3?...f..Lr -- D r'?r' ? i , 4 ,- - w7o Sfr xar ? " iawsv-- . j.s.a.. .............. .'" VJ...-;...,- t, .s.. 'ttW " f.- I t 7?"""" " J l i A.........;...i............ - iFor 'United 4 States Senator '' For United States Senator X -- RICHARD P. ERNST " , J. C. W. 1ECKHAM F4 v . . . 5,, v.i.- - r. t ,- - T f ' l3srj Y v , f. -''VfffiSpttf - .' t- A FRIEND OF IRISH FREEDOM. s v- '? r .J - scRiCTtrojarsr xmxmji X jkJMnm&x&A3!i. :m- n PROHIBITION Loaders Artfr Conducting Campaign Unsatisfactory to Kimtiicky .(Democrats. f -. -- "say-" lr?-- You Are Helping Us. Already we have received many constructive auggeitioD with us for improvefrom car riders who are ment of your street car service Some have written to thank us for the .promptness with changes were made. which suggested We appreciate these evidences of public. of the car-ridin- Head tlio Gerry "Resolution Which Beckham Voted Against in j Senate. Democrats Wcro 'Dsped Into Supporting thp'UnpopHlar (Beckham in 1014. t -PARTY SUCCESS. Good Waffles Crisp ENDANGERS and delicious the kind with the rich nutty flavor made with I With tho political campaign going Into the last week Domocrats from all parts of Kentucky are asking why doesn't tlio Stato Campaign Committee put fortli efforts for Gov. Cov and tho Democratic Congressional nominees, and why nono but Beckham men aro conducting tho State campaign affairs? And why, It is being asked, none but staunch prohibitionists are In charge of the headquarters under tho leadership of Gen. Percy Haly, Beckham's right hand bower and radical prohibitionist. That the Democrats of Kentucky are as a party bitterly opposed to 'prohibition was shown in the Gubernatorial primary of 1915, when H. V. McChesney, tho candidate, on a strictly prohibition platform was buried un. dcr on avalanche of Democratic. votes. That was a real test as to how the Democratic party stood on prohibition and the voters settled It decisively. Yet today we have the spectacle of this same prohibitionist combine endeavoring to have the Democratic party stomach Beckham and his prohibitionist views. In 1914 tho Democratic voters of Kentucky were thoroughly soured on Beckham and his prohibition views, and many were then ready to bolt his nomination, which he had secured by majorities from Republican districts. Wholesale liquor dealers, men who had their all tied up In liquor, and the army of voters opposed to prohibition were on the verge of rebellion against hl3 can-- ' dldacy. Then" came tho plea from many leaders saying that tlio party ought to send Beckham to tlio Senate and get r'd of his prohibition activities In tho party councils. This plea won the day and Democrats put aside tholr personal feelings and supported the nominee with the best that was In them. This was specialIn ly applicable to the situation Louisville and Jefferson county. In the primary "Beckham only received 4,000 votes, put in tlio November election lie received a majority of o AVillson, u 12,105 oer of Louisville and highly respectHaly-Beckha- m cx-Go- v. na-tlv- g SBBBBsff BBBBsft We interpret them as meaaing that, if we give you what you want, you will give us what we need to jnaintain efficient service. . we can make yourservicewhat you With your want it to be and what we want it to be. on FLOUR WAFFLE RECIPE 1 2 2 BIST OS tablespoon melted butter teaspoons baking powder eggs waffle Iron and servo Immediately with honey YOU HAVE THE KEY. 1 JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATED cups milk 1 tablespoon sugar fs teaspoon salt 2 cups Aristos Flour I ' milk and the d very hot, or maple syrup. well-gfease- Sift the Aristos Flour, baking powder, salt and sugar, add tho eggs. Then add tho butter. Fry on a well-beaten M Fred J. Klauslng, Sec.-Tre- as FRANKFORT. The marriage of Miss Fanola Col llns and Harreld Brlslan, both, prom inent in FranRfort society and bust ness circles, will take place Tuesday, October 26. In the rectory of the Church or the Good Shepherd, Father J. P. O'Dwyer officiating. The announcement was made during the weok by the bride'a father, Ernest Collins. Only the Immediate families of the young Deonle will be nresent. Miss Collins is a member of the younger set. Mr. Brlaian is associated with his father In busi- JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY W. H. Silliman, Pres. DISTRIBUTORS Thu Trade-M- k on Every Sack THE MODERN WAY INCORPORATED LEXINGTON'. CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S.THIRDISTREET Send us vour Palm Beach Suits, Flannel Trousers, Gaargattes, Voiles and Organdy Dresses and let us clean them . THE "MODERN" WAY. It's diffarant. Minor repairs free. Auto will call for an i deliver all work. As near you as your phone. I I j0He4444444444 COUPON and SG.00 entities hearer to photo to the regular valuo of $15.00. Tills coupon hand-colorin- 2.3 6 or city QUALITY AND SERVICE. SOUTH Bring This Coupon With You g Beckham to the Senate "to get rid flag over tho new building. dreds of Mobile's leading men and of him" have not forgotten and this their ladles attended, the evening's time they will try the other method entertainment, which consisted of of sending him back to Bardstown. n Aside from, prohibition the dancing, vaudeville and refreshand women will not enthuse ments. The home and lawn were Cumb. Main 1405 decorated profusely with American over Beckhdm's return to the Senbldg. L flags, hunting and red, white and ate, tho recent convention of the Edward J. Kentucky State Federation of Labor bluo electric lights. PliATE $29.00 0 VOLT 11 Grove presided as toastmaster at tho going on record as opposing his canMjATE 933.00 0 VOLT 13 banquet, at which a number of ad- didacy and classing him as a foe to 7 PLATE 30.00 That con12 VOLT dresses were made, including one by labor ajid Its followers. Right Rev. Bishop Edward P. Allen vention cited the numerous bills inP. O. B. Detroit STARTS MAIL SERVICE. on "Columbus Day and Its Mean- troduced In, the Senate to alH the That's All For Two Years ing," and a short talk by James H. toller with tjhe report of the officials The United of the American. Federation of Labor ship Company States Mails SteamThe only battery guaranteed uncondi- Glennon on tho same subject. has declared Its that Senator Beckham had consist- tention of imemdiately starting in-a tionally for two years. Instead of "adjustently opposed their passage. In the new line BISHOP. PRAISE FOR link ment," you got a new battery, thus elimiface of all pf this we have the spec Now York of communication to Bouwith nating all repair work. campaign logne, The Right Rev. Michael J. Galla- tacle of the year and Londan. you Can't Burn It Up You Can't gher, BJshop of Detroitwas praised controllers tasking the working peo- tho company is to addEarly next from Overstrain It for his "100 per cent. Americanism" ple of Kentucky to again send Beck- Bpston as well. It isaaservice significant by a jury which sat in a proceeding ham to the 'Senate. SERVICE AT coincidence that the to condemn land for use by the DeOur readers and every one with a ment has Just made British Govern troit Board of Education, several droo of Irish blood In his or her hibiting the landing ofan order pro passengers In days ago. The jurors were Impress veins, and those who favor freedom Ireland direct from America. It reed by Bishop Gallagher's offer to for struggling Ireland, are familiar In for 425 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY, sell diocesan land to the city at the with Beckham's attitude on the mains to terests that the right of disame price at which it was purchas Irish question, and only recently he rect trade Insist Ireland shall not be Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana with ed, declining thereby to obtain a reaffirmed ills position thai lie would Main C99 or City 8226 profit of several thousand dollars. not vote to recognize Erin, where the denied them. Some of the land desired by the people aro fighting and dying for HINTS ON.ATYLE. Board of Education was Included in their rights On March 18, 1920, a tract which Bishop Gallagher some Senator Gerry, Democratic Senator Collars are built to Inclose the Supplies-Constructi- on time ago bought as the site for the from Rhod4 Island, introduced the new Sacred Heart Seminary. This following reservation to the peace chin. Wraps are developed In cape property has appreciated consider treaty and tnis resolution was passed styles. ably since its purchase ror tne semi- by the Senate: Installation. Universal1 Light and Power ratification consenting to nary, but Bishop Gallagher waived Embroideries aro one of the big Portable Lamps. His right to this increase in valuo. of "In treaty with tho Germany, tho features. Lighting Fixtures. House Wireing. tho United States adheres to the princiThe dresses used for day wear are Crystal Electrical Washing Machines. and to tho simple. ples of EXPOSURE EXPECTED. mo as-- n resolution of pympauiy wiui Draped veils aro embroidered In Evidence will soon be taken by "ratio r of tins Irteh people for a metal and rich colors. government of tlielr own choice." the committee of five from the one short, simple and Suit Senator Bckluun voted NO against built onskirts ard lines. hundred prominent men in Atrierica straight INOORFOJU.TBD chosen by the Nation, to Investigate tliln resolution. The high closed collar will very When Senator Beckham was quer City 807 atrocities committed in Ireland. Mwln 1890 528 WESTJJEFFEKSON President De Valera says he doubts ied by the Friends of Irish Freedom likely be seen this falit in 'Straight lines appear the whether Ireland's side can bo fully he answered with a lot of clap trap Plain skirts are seen. presented before the committee. Ve about war with England, but does Sleeves are wide In the afternoon have no doubt that every method of not explain Why he voted against tho HARVEY-JELLIC- O repression will! be resorted to by Gerry resolution which was passed frocks. Necklines are open In some. England to prevent tho truth from and did noj bring a declaration of Some coats have two collars, one being known. Still we expect that war with England. Let every one standing upright and the other turnIHCOJUORJLTD) enough will be brought out to show of-- Irish bjrtjh or descent or lover of ing back. the hypocrisy of British propaganda liberty read! and digest that Gerry Tailored suits have Jackets of meand see if In this country. It Is important that resolution thoroughly The Company With the Coal and thelService. length. Thoy follow the figbroght out, and that British- - Beckham and his friends can con dium this be ure without any fullness. located at Fltteeiitli nnd Magnolia. Xard.at First and A. Americanism In this country be prop sistently explain why he voted Yards Few dresses have any girdles. against it. erly rebuked. Yard and Elerator, Fepe and Payne Streets. Yet in the lace of this bitter op- Usually they have high necks and length sleeves Both Phones at All 1 arcla. candidacy position toi Beckham's MISSALS BELAYED. , Bodices and upper sleeves are en the from the tlrely embroidered with skirts mado Cumb. Phone, Main 122 Heme Fkene, City 2720 We are. informed that publication workianien and the Friends of D la the skirt Is embroidered and of the new Missal, with, the latest Irish Tree4 si we find Haly and hie the in or is made plain. HOT AND COLD WATHR top changes mttde by the Congregation atd of Uh Democratic State Cam- endeavoring tot Jackets are finished with high of Rltee, will be delayed, for several caln Cciirinilttee voters at the risk coltera and narrow belts In ! wait" foree bin on the month!. The Vatican edition It will be ef htjrimc fitev. Cox, the DemoentUo fabric or leather. Some introduce.) tec da the BT XAY,WBSKP MfrSJIffliMril MOm MOMHteae mmi every narrow pnei, wnu steins are or, before the e4(- hm ttavt Mist uneven tenets, IHmHwCVNM cimrfhlwte In Kwrtwcky. lH 0UT1C TTCntD niMrT, Bet, Maris a Mffta tlon reeefcea this country. 1URS. GERTRUDE ROSS. ness. Miss Elizabeth Tobln was the guest In whose honor her aunt. Miss Anne Tobln, entertained with a ed clti7ciu On election night Senator Beckbridge party in her homo on "West MalnV street, it being her birthday ham in his headquarters at the Soel-bac- h Hotel s,Id publicly to an audianniversary. Miss Tobln's guests were Misses Elizabeth Tobln, Anita ence that was present, tho writer Thomas, Anno Wnlcutt. Hannah among the number: "I'll never forGraham, Elizabeth Gaines, Jose- get Louisville and Jefferson county phine Brlggs, Louise Grayot, Louis- for Mliat the party did for mo to2. ville; Virginia Thomas, Katherine day." That statoment was accepted Orayot and Agnes Hendrlok, and tonnean that he and Haly- - would not Mesdames Scott Thompson, Walter obtrude tholr prohibition views on the party niy more and that would Feathorstone, Silas Noel'. Jane Clay. Rose "Williams Stoll, be tho end of factional tights in the Lindsay Fuaua, Ben Williams, Jr., Democratic party. Hardly had Beckham taken his Senatorial seat a few and Maude Tlnsley Marcum. months lator when he and Haly brought the obnoxious prohibition MOBILE. Issue to the front again and brought of State H. N. Mc The annual celebration of Colum- out My work is of tlio most exclusive kind of hand photo coloring. bus day at Mobile, Ala., was featur- Chesney as their prohibition candi Governor with To Introduce my art I make tills ed with the formal opening of the date for told, McChesnoy tne results being badfully equipped and lmposirig new as above offer. homo of the Knights of Columbus ly beaten. Six years' time has rollon Government street, which began ed on, but (the Democratic voters GOOD ONLY FOR TEN DAYS with the raising of a large American who wore duped then into sending Ad-da- oldest Bank in the State. The marlage of Miss Lucille Mario Miner and Louis Sheehy was solemnized early Tuesday morning at St. Paul's church, Lexington, Father de Waegenaere officiating. Miss Josephine Traynor was tho maid of FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. honor and Fred Boatwrlght the best man. The bride wore a traveling suit of tailored blue cloth with bluo LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU hat and a corsage bouquet ,of Ophelia roses. Tho maid of honor was also gowned In blue with a blue hat and corsage bouquet of the same flowers. After the ceremony the 500 SOUTH FOURTH AVE., OPPOSITE POSTOFPIOB couplo with their attendants and members of tho two families were Phono City C827 Main 1676-- J entertained at breakfast by the Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases, and Dealers bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Miner, at tholr home on JefIn Leather Goods ferson street. Tho bride and LOUISVILLE, KT. loft for a trip and will bo at REPAIRING A SPECIALTY home on their return on West Second street. OO ipi.KJKJ &1 Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and National Bank of Kentucky TAYLOR TRUNK CO. brldo-groo- m CATHEDRAL JUBILEE. DON'T FORGET THAT i Hun- MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS COURIER-JOURNA- work-lngme- .135-33- 7 VIth all arrangements for the celebration of the diamond jubilee of the foundation of St. Peter Cathedral practically completed, tomorrow day In promises to be a the history of Catholic Cincinnati. The pontifical high mass will be celebrated Iby Most Rev. Archbishop Moeller, assisted by Msgr. William D. HIckey, as Rev. Robert G. Connor and Rev. Timothy C. Bailey, deacons of honor; Rev. Martin Varley, deacon, and Revf George Gorry, subdeacon of the mass. The Jubilee sermon will be delivered by Rev. Lawrence F. Kearney, O, P. S. T. M of Zanesvllle, Ohio. red-lett- er arch-pries- t; GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. ZNCORPOKATK), IS THE it HOME OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." TH0S. J. BR0CAR Automobile Repairing Tires Tubes Accessories PHON CITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY WHSiigfl Cove-of-Cor- Haly-JJeckha- m k, GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. American-commerci- al OERtelS The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory ODHTO OO. DRINK ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY OBRTBI INCORPORATED Also Maker a of r.ouisvir,rE, Kentucky. Oertols Dark and Oertcls Light. 1 tail-lour- s. COAL CO. f 99i M. i. BASWflM, PniWHt i Hiupr. f. lAMIIM, ., Viet rm. HdTm. I P. Sewer an BANN0N PIPE CO. (1 Cvlrert Pipe, Sanson's Patent LMtfea Fine fer Steam Ceainlts, Wall Ceplntf, Drain Tile, VltrlHe IricK, Fire Brick Crate and Belter Tile, Fire Clay Chimney Tent. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Lining-, three-quarte- rs Fire PreeUng", Fine i ( I GIBSON HOTEL 1 fur-lin- ed PHONES CITY WORKS-Tfairtea- atk MAIN S07. wr aaJ BrealcLftrldfe and NiatU nail Magaalia. vj"V 5 srssrsr1 ' KEODXJOKY IRISH 1 AMEKIO-AJSl- . ' DEFEAT FORETOLD. Tho Kentucky Irish American is informed that a Vagcr of 81.000 is offered that Sen-- FRED ERHART ' MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI ARCHITECT " ' " ' ' ' ' III j XJt a408W.MARKET ST. ,djr MENS FURNISHINGsJ ELECTRIC CLEANER Incorporated Utyi-tl'S- Watch and Jewelry Repairing r..i, rhnrafnln TTHicd 20c THE Cleans bj Air Alono. Phono Us For n Demonstration. v. The Kadius Jewolry Shop SOUTH FOURTH AVE. 408 Next to Rex Theater Opei Evenings Until D P. M. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS Childers Elect. Co. n defeated in tho coming election, tills proving Ukj old adage that "straws show which way tho Hero is aa wind blows." for Beckliam's opportunity ' friends who aro not yet convinced that tho voters aro determined to bo rid of Bock-liaand tho comb too In Kentucky politics. ator Beckham will 1ms NORTON BUiLDING N. W. A. ENGELHARD 6c PBNDB'NNIS SONS CO. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohon Shoe Store. Inc. Corntr Fourth and Jsffarsan BEST CHEW Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' We Make a Specialty of AU Branches of Dentistry. We Use AU Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. Phone City 4503 Phone City 4503 Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE m Haly-Bcckha- m WEST MAIN ST. City 135-M- nin METHODIST (Continued from First Pago.) hoys NOTICE!! Shoup Optical Co. Has Removed To i a Deslgas St Estimates Faralshed A If. TCnsrlBAA'M LIBERTY BLOW lfartiianfrjal PIPE WORKS Work for Hose Phone, City 7804 West Gumb. Phone, 412-- W Frank Hartman Sons Tafel City 985 Electric Co. Main 113 EOUSI PAINTERS 1300 WEST MARKET 8TRBBT Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J 23 WEST JEFFERSON AND DECORATORS , GLOBE TIRES City 11S4. Cf V .O girls In tho parochial of tliis State. Statistics furnished .by tho Superintendent of Public Instruction or tho Board of AT FACTORY PRICES. Education of "Detroit show that It costs $90 per annum to educate a Easy terms. Phono us for free child in non-hig- h school grades, trial on our 1920 model in your without counting the cost of tho homo. buildings, etc. Suppose for a mo any sowing machine. ment you, my uatnoiic menus, nan We repair tho effrontery I think this proposed SINGER Sewing Machines Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SY8TIBJ We Make a Specialty of Pipe HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. and BChoolB CORNS.BUNIONS tfffrtwfcj Ml AbMnul 3ll Guthrie St. I Speed Buildiag. ASK POR , felk SekwWktfj TruM JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED J. C. DORSEY & CO. LnkrEU,ICr.' KECO Uome Phono 2060 City (J059 amendment represonts effrontery suppose? you said: 'Wo are going to make you send your cuuuren io our Bchool.' o uHPw Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy 542 E. JEFFERSON ST BEET Horn Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING; JtsephHubbuchSr.&Son Dealers in PLASTERER WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1124-119- BROOK AND BLOOM Curab. S. 164 City 8380 FALLS CITY HALL BLDG" 6 WEST MARKET ST. Home, City 4990 WANTED. ganist. Familiar with church Address "Organist," this oice. as orPosition In Catholic church muBlc. Louis A. Brorlng9 j 900-90- D. D. S. Cumb., Main 490 DENTIST 1 PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING STARKS BUILDING. PARRAKEET HUeralwater & Grocery Incorporated Company ARTHUR APPAREL H. ROHMANN, Manager FOR THE BENEFIT OP YOUR IODNBYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 If jHtED.: CLOEMKER e FOURTH AND O STS Homo Phone, Shawneo 803 S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. St. Matthowa 57 Crescent 29-- L J. W. HESKAMF LOUISVILLE ART GLASS CO. IHADED,, AND ORNAMBNTAI ESTIMATES GLASS MADE IP DESIRED Metal Setting la ZIbc, Copper and BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AMD FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY WORK BLACKSMITH ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING GENERAL Quality Quick Service and Ha Roofs Repaired and Painted HENRY GOSS. Brass Beveled Mirrors aad Beveled Glass Telephone City 6988 Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty 3011 WEST BROADWAY Gaarantecd ST. MATTHEWS - - - KENTUCKY TEE SHEPPARD MFG. CO. CALL US FOR iStarka BalMlai "I am vory proud, my friends, ot TftKKttmmmm Batk PhoJM from the fact that I graduated twenty-fiv- tho University of Michigan years ago. I look back upon my iif in Ann Arlwir with thn crcatest NEILL-L- A pleasure. I believe everybody who went there In those days will' remember, over tho auditorium, that famqua quotation from tho ordiINCORPORATED nance of 1787: 'Religion,' Morality and Knowlodgo being Nosaentlal to MILL AND good government and the happiness of mankind schools and tho means FACTORY SUPPLIES ot education shall foreverybc encouraged.' Tho ordinance of 1787 was LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS tho fundamental law of this territory Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin and Dry Cleaned and Pro86cd......f 1.75 Illinois, and the ordinance of that Work Called For ana Delivered year was passed beforo the constituTelephone City 2742 tion of tho United States was ratified. That clauso In the ordinance LOUISVILLE CLEANERS & DYERS ot that year has been quoted time 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. and again, and is now a part of tho of .tho State of Michiconstitution a 7. o gan Incorporated in the last revision of that constitution. The occa- On rarslture. DUmo&d and other Far-sion for this encouragement ot eduProperty at iJowtit 8ata la City light to cmal cation has been a beacon Michigan. PEOPLE'S PROVXDEire women of the men and ASSOCXATZOK Education, In tho last sentence is Incorporated your tho thing that counts. Slnco 20S COLEMAtt BUILDING schools aro giving that education D. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON since they aro doing it properly and since you are not compelling us to go to your1 schools, I say. remember JOHN ASSENT that ordinance of 1787 remember education is necessary .to good govPIANO TUNER ernment and the happiness ot mankind and see to It that this effort to introduce bigotry into this country 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE is stopped one and forever. Do not Homo Phono, City 8398 depart at any time from that slogan 'Schools and tho means of education shall forever be encouraged.' '' We Boy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, ItQbbcr ana Paper ucock CHINA THEIR FIELD. LOUISVILLE WASTE RllJ'slH. Chiraptt 60? Established 1820 Lonisrille, Ky. OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS GLOBE SECURITY PRENTHR8 A LOAJT EWING'S DAIRY Oe. VIELLE rjB.oorpcrB.U 4. SUPPLY CO. PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. THE VERY BEST A. Lazar, Manager Mosey Advanced oa Yowr Plata Mot aia weac Jesersoa (Soond FlMr) mrec Hems FAsne City 9987. POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loojm ta thoBA hirlnsr rernlar la- emefl or salary, with no pabliolty a. BH EPPINQ'S SOFT DRINKS MONDAYS ONLY SUITS DRY CLEANED, f rttf tDXdD d-- r red tape. Loans to hoaeekeeeni tneir personal security. F. B. POOLHY, Bulldlaf, Saaa 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Foaita Street. al jlx STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. General Repair Work, Cleaning aad Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, DYED. AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City 6443; Main 2484 FallB City Cleaners aad Dyers PRESSED LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S Automotive Co. Broadway nt First. Home Tel. 3063 Shoes For Every Member of the' Family Home Phone 3906 FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE . v . W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARICHAM, Mgr. 406-7-- 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDG. DEAD ANIMALS Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN ..STREET Home Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KT. Steam Forglngs and Flro Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Louisville KoBtacky HIGHEST T: 608-51- Headquarters for Call Home Phone City 721; PROPERTY CITY AND FARM Cumb. Phone Main 721. anything In real See ua about LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. atate. We sell, buy and raat. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Co. Some Phone City 4464 E. Yann OAfiH PRICES PAH) I "THE FNESTIH THE WORLD Dairy Incorporated 0 A. Xxapp SOUTH WENZEL ST. Home Phone, City 7005 m. S. Xrapp Both Phones 4202 Both Phones 2400 KRAPP'S MEAT 3HARKET Wholesale and Retail POKK, TSAZi AJTO XUUCB BEEF, All Xlnds 'of Smoktd Keats S03 EAST JEFFERSON gTREET Tho six Maryknoll priests were Btlll sailing towards Hongkong when nine other American missionaries on left San Francisco last Saturday Six tho Shenyo Maru for Shanghai Sisters ot Providence, two priests and a student of philosophy are tn Hn Nan with, tho Right Rov. .Tvnnli Tnertnnl. for the Work Of higher education, tho sisters, matting the first Foreign Mission con & tingent of American, nuns, were chosen among 350 voiunteors oi ine Phono City 2154 City Elevator and Warehouse Sisters ot Providence at St. Mary ot - ..w Hay, Grain and Feeds THE ZERR CO. WUO( Injllnnn mu lUnula ..ft...... "(lov flm ter Marie Gratia, Sister Eugene ' Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN Tho Homo of "Quality Feeds Mario, Sister M. Margarita, sistor M, Patrice, Sister M. Sllse and Sister VAULT AND DRY WELL 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND Clalro. alii talented and learned wo CLEANERS 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. men, .trail blazing for Christ, with 811 REALTY BUILDING again, tho kov. never look at homo Joseph Clougherty, tho Rov. Howard Complete Line of Serviceable Oculists' Prescriptions. Lawton and Joseph Kerln likewise Rob., Shawnee 1863-- L City 6910 new American or- SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY go pioneering in a higher Chinese ganization for Co. nraoxpoKAXKB schools. Open Evening Until Nino O'CIock . Incorporated and Chestnut. go-fa- ir NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE SHOES AND SLTPPBRS YOUR LAST YEAR'S FELT OR 431 EAST MARKET STREET STIFF HAT RENOVATED LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Avoid tho rush by consulting as now Pre HAT CLEANING AND BLOCKINa Xark MATERIAL GO. OUR SPECIALTY 901-00- 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. CO. Ii. GRAUMAN NATIONAL HAT CLEANING Home Phone, City 1109 Incorporated WORKS LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY ALBERT SMITH, Prop. a4 Dealer tn JU1 Xtaas of mo Xgl3ftarrar, BaSee, City 5101 gtor mew, now cum, Ooaatocw, 335 W. Market St. PERFECT FITTING belTlaff, Hts. BXBXBC B19 WHST MAX West 866 SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES City 866 Heme Phone, Bty 1811 1, Ch 1 -- OD Fourth Oscar Farmer Sons. SCHOOL SHOES Sullivan Transfer HARDING'S POSITION. REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph RentllBgor FIRE INSURANCE LIABDLITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING BC 580 South Tweaty-Sizt- k West MS Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors LOUIS SCHERRY DRYvGOODS AND NOTIONS WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS TT.NION MADE MOLDERS SHOES SHOE REPAHUNG j Christmas Is Near i Lot ns repair these electrical toys ami appliances before the rnsk comes. Tho "position of thoso Americans who ibeliovo that re went into tho war for neyoral high ideals, including tho rights of email nations, was not very much improved by Senator Harding'a declaration that Oio would .b rvnn nnrmlt Rncrlnnil tx fllctatQ to ua our troatmonL oi mo Islands as that wo sftiOuId have the lmpertinenco to tell England what she should do with Irdland. It must bo very comforting tq these gentlemen with Irish names who aro shouting for Harding, and organizing clubs for Harding, to ho told that their fathers and mothers, their Hlofara ion1 linntllArR. WHEN NEED . Spalding Shoe Co. J. COO EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRHJE PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STRjSET HAMBLY AU OF ANYTHING IN M. BUOKNER TOBACOOipST KENTUCKY BROS, SHOE &IQRJW WHOLESALE Church Goods Line Or a Rejigious Book, See the WEST MAIN STREET - Kinds of Two Whole Family ?ootwir Tor ihe LOUISVILLE Thirty-tw- o HAMBLY10 Stores samo level as DlggOra, HUM a lot of headhunting. ATA On thO Rogers Church Goods Co. ia nrooKreRAxsB Bi Foarth, Loalsville, Ky. Years Ought To Bo Suf ficient uuaraniee nor my Knowledge and Integrity Give Bio Mth and Portland. 18th aad Magazine Shaw. 1716 Otty 7164 H It'fl For Sale a CaU NATIONAL HATTERS 825 WEST JEFFERSON STRIWT, DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 OOO E BHOADWA x 150C SOUTH SEVENTH Between HiU and Shlpp STREET treatment. ' TOOTH WASH. ailUUlU ll.ia mu .... PINE VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. - It tost oj an flneaMoa tnat wlU 214 prepare tfcaa for llf DAWSON'S Elictric Light Trouble Mm 430 W.. Chestnut St. Day or Night Service. Call City O350. i. n .lneVi nt lomnn In water. It re- tartar and sweetens tho ttmvRs An excellent tooth wash ia made Both Phones St. Xavier's 113 "W. College THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ..T&TJJ&T3JRLJJL, MOMXPHOMSSA I DIRBOTOR.. CUMBEHLAND MAIN WeeklySavings Club STMT MK TtW MOTX WITH TMC I M. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAUMERS. , 371.y 4 South Louisville Bank Feitrtk mui Ceatral Stt 'OKT 33iat AdCtaira. irrt. Maim SI-- 1 FunwalJ Director md EbIftr namos and addressee or stocKnom-erholding 1 per cent, or more of (I total amount of stock.) uieeiiiB. Louisville. Ky, winiom In John J. Barry, Louisrllla, Ky. To My Frjenda and Patrons: ordff that we may make more room Mary H. Wiggins, iiouisne, Ay. mortgagees and for our large optical parlors, we will 1 closa 'out a. larr nortion' of our Known bondholders, other security hokiera, holding i Jewelry stock. This Is an excellent per cent, or more of total amount opportunity for you to, buy a ring, ot boada, mortgage ot; bther se' , a watch, or any artiel ot Jewelry curities : d bow or laUr, None. which you may at a great sathag. la foot. om KENTUCKY HUSH AMERICAN CO. of, our etiatomara have already WILLIAM M. HJOOJNB. gift for Chriatmaa. to wd subawrUxd , bfor we Shvora thta iA dy of OoMmh-- 1126. PEARLMAH - HMTBB HIGCWHB, otrcMmman axb mmwum .KTF. J. O., Xy. jarraMON frnturr OmwilMioa ag4rw Jawaary 10, Broaaway, toaiavllle, Ky. breath. i Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. STATEMENT OF THE OWNER CoursM, Preparatory Department. Large SHIP, 3IANAGEMENT, OHICULA. Swimming Pool, well iiquippea uym- XION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY naalum. Terma moderate. Bro. Benjamla, Dlr. tm HUSH ASUilUUAN. Puplished weekly at Louisvllfe, Ken tucky, requlroa uy ine aci ot TrrE SISTEItS OF CHARITY OF August 24, 1912. Pnst-Offic- a AdrCSS. Mnmn nf-Announce tho Opening of Editor, William M. Higgins, Louis- NA2ARKTH COLLEGE vlllo, Ky. Associate Editor, John J. Barry, 851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Jiouisville, Kr. LOUISVILLE, KY. Publlshor, Tho Kentucky Irish Amer y-Further Information Call at For ican Company, iiQUiaviue, Presentation Academy Owae-rs-: . (If a corporation, giveB -- 9P9W9tW9O991199W(i09't GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ! AL.'S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director BOTH and Emhalmer i PHONES 810. i'AOHTHRAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS tsjasjtf)fjta)sja)sjatsjwtsjt8tsjs)ss)at)s)gjsjaX I ATTENTION" u DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, N0SS1, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING STS. FOURTH AND CHESTNUT Phoae City 4720 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. Hour j DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTii 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ii i pur-chaa- ed NEW REMEDY. I was tlrsd to lira had vertigo Naturopath Dr. aad rheumatism. A. Loss, SI4 Bast Market strsst, 1?OUND i Funeral Directors and Embalmers 011 m wist -- OHy 1714 im.u Lawrraes Athsah, 752 Sour t:kt- - satk strsst. BOTH IIOIfJJ?J. ', ' ci.. mu m9 iimiiinmiiiiiir miiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiim ; '. ; '. jttESooJKTxr &mGt444&46Qirt44'&M4WWQ&QW4Q .. . xj&x&i AJsaasymx&Azs. w ACON a son SWISS CLEANING . . . v ywmntttiHtK I , HERMAN STRAUS We Qlye SONS INCORPORATED "M" - We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. DO 3W KNOW- AOUT OUR MENS' SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. and Redeem Odd Trading Stamp. I HOUSEHOLD CLUB I Convenient PLAN?! Carpets and ' X BOYS' SUITS Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on. Deferred , Payments. SWISS AAAAAAy CLEANERS . INCORPORJL' ,Ar V-' V AND i - - DYERS $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate- terials, splendidly tailored and fin- ished. THE- SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW j i i i j The ontetaadlag features of this method are Itn convenience la making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on the Clab Flan daring oar various sales AT BAIiB PIUOES. Whatever is tho price of tho good to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also tho price to a Household Club Plan customer. There Is positively bo advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It Is conducted apoa an opoa basis with schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. ed OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 .SOUTH SIXTk ST. - AAiH?AAAAAAAAAAAAArAAAAAArArAAArAApA;Ar I, -- $ . BECKHAM i' 4 '. K I AND IRISH SYMPATHY RESOLUTION. t'-- I V: I . Official Opinion of tiro. Washington Press Bureau of Friends of i Irish Freedom on Senator Beckham's Attitude. jj - ' -''' . . ' .. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS THE te4444ttK)K4.ei.e M&444Q444&$ PRIZES OF LIFE The prizes of life go to those who are masters of themselves: whereThe daily practice of by you refuse to spend ydur money, and put it in bank, puts you in line for the GRAND PRIZES. 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H tho Hibernian of the old kingly families and one Tuesday, as tho result of' depression Hall was filled to Its capacity with of tho most distinguished Catholic caused by the death on Sunday of Invited friends of Irish freedom, houses In Ireland. He has resigned CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO Michael Fitzgerald, who was tho fifty now members being enroll8d. his pooltlbns ad Deputy Lieutenant first to succumb to the inhuman Addresses were delivered by Rev. for tho County of Roscommon and GELESTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT cruelty of tho British authorities. John O'Connor and John A. Doyle, holder of the Commission of tho Eighteen Cents, Two for Thirty-fiv- o Joseph Murphy, who was very low and Irish airs wore rendered on both Peace. Writing to tho Lord ChanMonday, rallied as tho result of violin and piano, during which there cellor ho says: LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CAPOIiAL medical treatment, but his case 13 were exhibitions or Irlsn dancing "I no longer desire to havo any $1.70 PorCnrton. Btill regarded as tlio most critical. and a Majesty s GovThe hall' was connection with His My short exSevere collapses were suffered by decorated in green, white and ernment in Ireland. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES two of tho strikers. Donovan, and bronze, and the ladles received much perience (Tho O'Conor Don has Kenny, early Tuesdoymomlng. Soap praise for their taste. The next taken up residence in Ireland quite INCORPORATED Hennessey, Reilly and Upton were regular meeting will be hold in d recently) ot tho British GovernPreston nnd Jciferson 213 West Jefferson also .In a critical state. Hall on the second (Tuesday In ment in Ireland shows mo that It is eeeeeeeeeaea To nrevent Irish. Volunteers from November. eeji Incapable, as at present constituted, marching in the funeral procession of understanding tho true feeling of of Fitzgorald when his body was re NEW ALBANY, the country or of grasping tho real consequences oi its own. acts, wmen moved Tuesday afternoon from tho church In Cork to Fermoy a, largo are leading It Into a morass and the John F. Connelly, aged force of military surrounded the years, wldoly known and respected country to ruins." church and sir lorry loads of sol In Southern Ipdiana, died Monday For over, a century members ot morning at his home, 718 East the O'Conor Don's family havo been diers and an armored car .fell in (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF the moruners' carriages follow- Eighth street, New AlBany, whero ho actively associated with Irish ipubllc "THE OLD ARMORY" ing tho coffin. In tho business had lived all his life. For the last life. His father was Chairman of SOUTH SEVENTH STREET streets through tvhlch the procession nine years he had been Court Bailiff the Royal Commission on Financial passed great Indignation was ex- of tho Floyd Circuit Court. Besides Relations between Great Britain and AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED pressed among the people at themil-itar- y hla widow he la survived by a son, Ireland. The report presented by SPfaUl ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. AIL MEM IK CHARGE EXPERIENCED. display, feverish excitement John Connelly, and two daughters, him and his colleagues, finding that prevailing. Volunteers in long rows, Misses' Rosa and Estello Connelly. Iroland was then overtaxed to the 10-3EClasping one another's hands, lined Ho also Is survived by three broth- extonfc of $15,000,000-yearlyis an Patrick street on both sides to .make ers, Thomas Connolly,Toledo: Will-la- historic document. a path for the funeral'. iAi dramatic Connelly, Muncio, and Edward Tho O'Mahoney,, a Protestant, has Bcono was enacted in the church lust Connelly, New Albany. Mr. Connelly also resigned, giving at his motive before .tho removal of Fitzgerald's" was a member of Holy Trinity tho fact that he can not allow 'his body. Tne requlem.mass was being church, from where tho funeral was name "to be even remotely connectcelebrated when an fanny officer held Wednesday morning. ed with tho present unconstitutional , with drawn revolver, accompanied by tyranny which is fast reducing Ire ( four soldiers with rifles, forced a land to a state of anarchy, and must FAREWELL. way through the throng 4n tho enlead, If continued, to tho ruin ofvull trance, marched up to the altar rail Dasb Sunday the Rev. John T. classes." and presented tho officiating priest Hill, in a feeling .and forceful serwith a typewritten communication mon said farewell to the congregaOOJDnTTEE INCREASED. from great headquarters stating that tion and people of St. Ann's church, tho number of persons in tho funer- of which he was the first pastor, reTho Committee ot One Hundred on al procession must bo llmltedrtp ceiving, his appointment twelve Ireland, formed for tho purpose "of 100, nono of whom would be allow years ago. wuwe no wm ue misseu. an impartial investigation of and re ed to march in military formation. the people will' welcome and bo loyal port upon rererenco to atrocities, announces the addition to Its memberto ills successor, Rev. atnor ' ANOTHER ACTIVITY. ship of the following: United States Senator Charles h. McNary, of Oregon; United States Senator Joseph Among the many activities of St. FORTY IldURS Helona's Club Is a E. Ransdell, of Louisiana; the Rev. , v class, which commenced work Two Louisville Churches, St. William Austin Smith, editor of The Wednesday evening at tho Business John's and'Holy Cross, will have tho Churchman, organ of the Protestant Women's Club, Walnut and FJfth devotion of the Forty Hours' Adora- Episcopal Church, Now York; Mayor streets. tion ext week. The services will C. F. Bock, ot Toledo, Ohio. These 1813 open with solemn high mass and ex- gentlemen haveIgnified their acNICE SUCCESS. position tomorrow morning, coming ceptance ot membership since the to a solemn close or Tuesday. Being announcement ot the list ot members The twp days' lawn fete of Church the month of Holy iRosary a large was Issued last week. Cablegrams for additional witnesses from Ire of Our Lady last week proved a suc- attendance at both churches ts land have been sent on behalf ot the cess socially and financially and Rev. committee of one hundred. Those Father 0,'Connor, the pastor, anasked to come to America to appear nounces that tho gross receipts of HELPING MISSIONS. before tho commtcslon. of five, now tho two days amounted to $1,800, UMNB& members of being selected by A social entertainment will be the committee, are the Acting Lord "j jthe W QUESTION OF LIBERTY. given in the school hall ot St, Jos Cork, the Mayor eph's church on East Washington Belfast,otLondonderryLord Mayors of and At a large meeting in Madison street on Wednesday, October 27. tho Chairman ot the Town Thurlow, Council Square Garden the Rev. Norman The proceeds of thla festival are to George RueseU Thomas said: "It Is not a question be used to eupport the missionaries ot Lisburn, and Where week U literary fig Where she feosae Is of Irish liberty, but a question of ot the Fraaelscan order In Arizona ("A. E."), famous Iriah. Sir Horace I deaes ure and associate of liberty. I am not a Catholic sad I In this eesntry .as well' as those in in the devSopmsat ot the Where cfce work U seas Where eooklag am not an Irishman, but I am an China, where there is great demand movements The Irish Hgatest; real American, and no true American c for missionaries. cablegrams Invited these persona to remain silent in the face ec Where hakag (tree ae appear ae witaosooa before the tyranny," COM) TO' ST. ANN'S. Ughtj eeeked best; when tte publl-- hearings are Where dredge Is east m Where the raage steads The Rev. Father Bernard J. Do- - begun in Waaihiogtoe. YOUR BLACK LACK. eight herty, who has been pastor at OOMHDY. ak the That's where where s you have black lace that look Payaesville, has. beep appointed to If W m "Qaiek Meal" Qatek Meal" The pleasing eomedy, "Her Honor, hopelessly rusty, soak it for a while St. Ann's church, this city, to take tVo table- - the plaee of Father "Xohn Hill, who the Mayor," under the direction of In vinegar and water spoontule of vinegar to a pint ot has keen transferred to Holy Cross Miss Rose Henley, will be presented aad Highly XtHataiaM i QUk MTeal OaelRaiigea SU, water then rinse In cold coffee and caureh. Father Doherty will prove by the Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Shelby iron, while damp, between flannel. a worthy saeoeasor to Father HIM Martin's church at the hall, 215 It. it wonderful how title treatment' and the peonle wlfl find him another aad Grey street, on Sunday night. UJ-xii-d- V W.UMARKET ST. October SI. earnest worker. Improve dteeolored lace. . 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