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Market PtHM 432 St. Into, Kentucky NO. 22. - w IRISH AMERICAN ' tr rtmtiHMLmm I 1 &S& O S3 I Driver w Hfcry LMrtnHh . y Incorporate Tided ITrmftrM. tn ort VOLUME XLV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920 PRICE FIVE CENTS. x " , anil loudly proclaim their sentiment residences of tho town clerke of in faver of giving tho telephone theso cities. Many documents wero companies a ralso In rates, although xnirty-slseized. arrests wero neither tho Cumberland nor tho made at Queenstown. Homo phono managers plead hard w Other places raided included Fer- i times. Tho solvers of this puzzle moy, jarricK on anannon, ualway, , will bo given a copy of near Mayor Llstowor and Clonmel. In nearly all Prospects Bright in Natfcm, State Smith's book on "How I reduced these places documents belonging to TImo of Prayer THE FINGER OF SCORN and Ponanco ia me taxes irom $i.vu to 91. us. the local councils wero taken. At aad City Becanso of Trend or r Another problem is worrying the Preparation For Feast of Galwav thone taknn Intn nnairtv tn. ' machine beEvents. fv eluded Prof. O'Brien and many stu , Christmas. sides trying to camouflage tho pubuuiub ui ino couege. on ,tho utility questions. The lic Some houses In .tho vicinity of Junior Order patriots are beginning Galway wero burned. These Includat ed tho residence of Mrs. Delia Morrow and Ballard Have- Insured to snarl In tho machine and want a methods. Tho Republican chano O'Connor, who rocently returned to Church Invites Her Children to Ooo Dewocratic Success in Next machine has always controlled the Ireland after a long resldenco In tho nnd Adoro Their Lord bigot element just fis easy if not United States. George Nurnaghan, ' Stato Elections. easier than it handled tho negro a well known North Ireland soliciand King. voters. Preceding every olectlon' tor and prominent as a Sinn Felner, the machine was arrested in Omagh. o would send out a lot of JOSenll Devlin. Irlnh Vntlnnnllct Harding Now lie circulars and got the bunk pa Sbflock Backers of leader, Monday afternoon was tho Should Bo tho Endeavor of, All to . OeMoctlng Prom Workers and triots wonted into a frenzy. Of center of a struggle on the floor of Spend This Holy Season course the Junior Order boys are the Hollsn of Commnnn KVit. turn n. Toilers. not real patriots, Just being flag three minutes a group ot members Well. wavers in times 01 pcaco or at Bitting near tho Irish members took school house dedications. In the pari 'in a rougn ana tumble scramrecent war none won war medals tn n xtnnn ble which wnn hrnnr-WSRA1S) PREFERS KKYSTONERS nor did you hear of any Junior only by tho Speaker declaring tho BEGINS ECCLESIASTICAL THAR. rder brigades, etc. Their uatrlot-IsBitting suspended. On Its resumpIs shown at election time by tion a quarter of an hour later anonymous circulars distributing apologies were exchanged. Tho Speaker was at great pains not to Ttin onntitnr la 4 In a mine 4n1nvHea 10 IDeiH DF IHO 10CBI KGDUtlllCnn NommhAi. 9 5 nrlll t.n !. nuu- " "u "" "i the portrayal of Shylock as enacted machine Thanks to Joe O'Neal and ihku serious noie ot tne incident, associates, this species of Ike holy season of Advent. by the backers of Harding and tho "J8 and steered tho House Into smoother i day bigotry was given a death blow in waters on tho agricultural bill. Republlcan party. The election ro- Advent signifies "coming," and is the recent campaign, for which siltB-hahardly been tabulated aroso at e f?d of a tlmo of prayer and penanco estab-th- e question hour, when Sir Hamar fBheri Dy the greedy corporations and every good citizen should be thanktho Cnurch !n Preparation In addition tho patriots are Greenwood, Chief Secretary for Ire-7. ItuSJb who bad' furnished tho cam- - ful. ma- mmim fttnrla lintrnti tn ilamnnil tliafv mad a! tho land, was asked for particulars of ror tno great feast ot Christmas, k'nimri nt tlnaVi 1'" Advent commences tho eccles-Shotho autbreak of Sunday at Dublin. f.,ni Pnot tn "Wont ChlnO fOf giving itOS'tlonS to fillthn. were freely exchanged bo- -' lastlcal year. In all- things wo aro and North to South comes the news "cs and they threaten, to nominate elr own ,n the nr' tween auxiliary police and civilians desired by tho Holy Ghost to at thousands and thousands of a t,cket reraem-l- n headed by Edward Abo n worklngmen and women 'being "J.0 tho vlllago of MlllstreeU In the W0 may n0Ter chalk, with Capt. Dave Helmer-Ma- g ,,nr our Int Kll'arney district. out of employment, this It Is reported" ana henCQ d.iha'Church, guided one policeman was wounded and . tho first step of the plot to a,nor 5,attd ,'?r Ch'of. ot Police, bV tho Dlvlnn Rnlrlf tvlrn Tho Louisville Heald this week rlirlt(nni otinf .. v .... M..t. make tho worker pay for his pros- ' UOIUIL' illlVl DU111U um7'.uo V.f. rifle and machine gun fire from tho our eyes on tho first, as well m on eority during Democratic times. Tho "tempted to ridicule somo of tho organized a e'xt step Is to emnloy as many of P,:po,Hce ?ho fad uouuio suu - mo last aunuay or tho year, the ter- Id II workers as they need, but at a I'tal club, and scoffed at the Idea th of theso men, who were real police, Tho Dublin Evening Mall ot Tues- ' scale of wages to suit the corpora- 8,gns that w'!1 Precede tho -6 day published news of a sensational yuniuuui, eiw jn mo ser- one ana trusts. snyiock must have A !' of none but Irish fcls pound of flesh and Harding's v'ceIncident Monday morning resulting cmlng of tho Son of Man. Tho four In the death of R'chard Jo Jin Bull, as murderer and assassin, earns scorn and condemMcKee, weeks of Advent represent tho four backers must hove their campaign names were, printed, several being Potor Clancy and a man named Mr- - thoimnmi vnn tontrlbntlons back with accrued In- - J?68' 1,k. Doylo, Murphy and Mc- tmf ii.i., j i. '. nation of the whole civilized world. Gulre, who Caluno. .. .. These men. according to i,n r.n leest. Reduced wages and longer Tne Herald were, notatin the service, .i i. raves the Idea of the newspaper, wero arrested dur- - " hours onco again will staro tho t," p,', """ Ing tho week and kapt In a room of "I?, N?w Cov." worker In tho face, and from this ?njr r tho-- ,real Pol'co getting back ,n spirit, the Exchancfl Court nfindine- mnfl. nan. carries herself back he will have no appeal. With Hard- 5 service. Preferring the pres- d or tag In the Whito House, flanked by ent band of for of the prisoners. The Mall al- - fLVZWil. wh.on -- ai! , eorroratlon and trust representa- - car loges that tho prisoners seized arms ;XTin eye ?ke Beanblossom, only through tho 7lia long " obligingly directed a murderer Btored in tho court and attempted lives, the appeal of the working to ducann. Tt nin nDC m, P1 of years when prophets fore- - nw to et away; Hiram Oorntossel. people will fall on deaf ears. Wllmf guard was fired on, and returning fJ,,t".ro, E.m" l0811.1 knw h'3 way from tho bos, McAdoo and the others who when patriarchs In the "y Ha,l to his beat; Seth Perkins, tho fire, "killed tho three men. were friendly to labor's cause will workers la industry .to blind and 8 ,UlU,r0. Gravel Switch; All train services in and out of ,,'T bo out of tho way and tho worker w.ho J"8t, camo foolhardy. The radical, movements Dubl'n wero resumed Tuesday morn- - i'n'when f1'1." ,mn1,orel the heavhas no friend at court. Tho greedy 8,las Plnnk. who couldn't catch a and disturbances ta Europe ought ing after tho city had passed a quiet V, a0VJLto, dF dow.n tJl0,r dow tjffcsta have begun their campaign cow, or Sassafras Dowdrop-- who Is to hold a lesson for the employers of ?, night following Sunday's bloodshed against the worker and fear no re- - not abl toJrapJ5 an elephant In the V ra,?ulh. Juftt ?' America. And th voice of the opon Its und tho raldlnir of Mnnrtnv .Herald's Idea of real ti, ttn4..tno eftryi Tolf with tho strong arm of the !ow' aro The American people ought to bo, raised Herald prefers this Harding Oovernihent to bock thorn policemen, forth, a curfew law was strictly obeyed. Tho Bavsour.bosorm In tho endeavor te drive this lesson yP of police because they wllllng- Advent tho jti nicrht ,iu mp In tho'next few"months. Its Real Purpose Is to Destroy All homo. British Forces Scour Country and B,ghs and toar? aro renewed again to p p UB" In the work of the military, " V??ni? l0 lP? "e Tho pleas of Democratic loaders prepare for the commemoration of a whimper Effcctivo American Labor who worn eonHnnlrnr timir min,. Continuo Horriblo Treatment and camnaign speakers urging sup- - ?51Ican, Loa8e MEANS .GREATER, UNITY. cm"InB Invtho flesh and ? " uo"i,,""u "J1 Utft p port or uov. cox becauso of Domoc- - r-.'- r. search ot tho city, presumably for ror Unions. of People, army of gimMlnf .Via flnal advent to Judgo tho suspects In connection with Sun- nicy's friendship to labor went for Irish leadora U&m all over tho . CrOOkS Jn our -- ...u. . nw.v. Or nnn Tnn j day's assassinations. Before tho i United States met at Washington. At ta 0PinIng ,f t,h,s hallowed of, curfow hour several ot tho streets tlte great .mklerltr. those .whs. car.ljDtvC.frIast: MkliiJ. eopleted tho wero surrounded by barbed wire B,eason4 tho Church liivltw her chil- their WeaaDy ' the Fweal'or their 0PtoKtle wholesale robberies go-- ! Peoplo organization of "the American Asso Muuru"cfedGal way ?TIcst':"FdOtfii Borrrers and tho soldfers examined ihelrLord l "uuor inaoiiuy. Brow, turned a deaf ear to tho .? Herald prefers this Wonld Subject W approachciation for tho Recognition pleas ot tho Democratic speakers ?1l 7f' all' persons passing. Strong mill- - ?nd K'ng- w?ose a'lver.t Isliturgy Bog With Bullet Wound In Everywhere to Domination of B the Irish Republic. Edward L. Doheny, ?no ff.,cfts 'or her lary patrols manned every bridge for a continuation of their prosper- - i50 .f. Police because, as stated bo- and appropriate pas- Temple. . Their Employers. of Los Angeles, who presented the tbo Hy. and road running out of tho city of most They gave moro heed to the "" dupe, to tho minority resolution tor recognition League of Nations, tho dry Issue ma?h!n,,aDd ?V no troublo Duhlin. All avenues of egress and BaBe9 .of . 'ho, old Covenant, which s of Israel, ot Ireland at the Democratic nationIngress were closed, and oven irer- - f?ror A?, uuiuuidio Md nthnr nnnatfnna mhiTi rtlrt nnt " , anna i,ni al convention at San Francisco last i. afreet them directly. Tholr bitter ..jD.miio A i uiuiiii,pass the nuio uuti ttl- - tho..u. "Deslro, ..aof VUUthohtUUEvorlnMnir ", " IL'dDL U IJ ....u no PROTEST MASS MEETING. animosity to the Lcacuo, hatred of lino drawn Statement From Social Action Do- - Juno, has been elected President of Raids, Searches and Arrcbts Aro lowed to Proaches she iproclalTns on the third tne now insn independent organlza through tho outskirts of the city. wllson .and other thlncs dwarfed portment of National Catholic A mass moo tine-- will ha tmiA Being Made and Many Slain tioh. Tfio VIco Presidents are Judgo Lato Tuesday evening tho strict Bunday that tho Lord Is now at hand the question of their own personal John W. Goff, Now York; John J. guard placed around tho city made Z "eurnr man wo future, and thoy, wore willing to Wednesday nlcrht, December 1, at BU!VUUUU War Council. in Bod. Castollino, of Cincinnati, and Major risk their Rennn nf'pnniontmnnt nnri Gypsy Smith Tabernaclo to nass absolute tho paralysis of traffic In DeHovoa and consequently summons adore Him. On Decem- i xuubuuu xyiukuuu, oi jersey uuy. and out of Dublin, which was beeun us agaln prosner'ty to register their views on resolutions on the extraordinary" John J. Hoarn, of Westfleld. Mass.. when orders wero issued on Sunday ?,er 17. 'J10 Church commences th something which d'd not Interest ponamon in ireiana, it was decided suspending all railway service. In "r8,1,0' tho Sov01- - Groat Anthems" them directly or oven indirectly. Tue.sd.ay afternoon at a meeting THREATENS PEACE ANT ORDER, Z BLACK AND TANS ON RAMPAGE. the meantime sold'ors wore conduct- - whlch P.recedo the vigil of Christ- Today the shadow ot Shylock ap- - 6ld ,n Judge Matt O'Dohorty's of-Ing scores of ra'ds throughout tho m?s- and from tnls day ne "Ice of pears and tho workers mnst pay Uie "co Jn tno It Is tho purpose to form affiliated building, organizations In every SMato In the cltv. ronortR rnnchlner nowatvinoT- nt. Advent assumes a more solemn char- pcpalty. Down will go wnees and JudB0 O'Doherty was made Chalr- Union and directors tn IipiuI IIk.qo flces showlne thnt nit Hnwrna nnA actor. Tho Antiphons of tho Psalms war wll go the proswcrlty of J"011 ot the committee and tho fol- - Tho "opon ehop" drive of cortaln organizations were elected as fol- Conditions in Ireland continue In- types of residences and other prem- - aro Peculiar .to tho tlmo, and all Democratlc times. In their anxiety 'owing p-were present: E. J. McDor- ot' - H. Callahan, Rev. Father groups of American employers Is bo-- lows: James Dawnoy, Birmingham; describable and tho Black and Tans Ises were being searched. From Doar somo -- relation to Hia glprlous to defeat the League of Nations M Rck, George J. Butler, coming eo strong that It threatens M c- - Carroll, Atlanta; Edward F. and British Xorces are Bcourlng tho early In the morning this work went event which Is about to be corn-owas forgotten and and reports camo In quick sue- - momoraled. At vesrors on each day their surport ot Harding was a vote "won ouuivan, jonn p. Cassilly, not only tho welfare of the wago Walsh, Knoxvlllo; John G. Regan, country in an orgy of murder and a beautiful anthom Is chanted. In Ky.; Simon to reduce tjiolr own wages and Thomas Leahy, James B. Thompson, oarnors, hut tho wholo structure of Newport, cession of scores Crehan, oppression. Sunday afternoon while were attended by of raids, which w,llIc" tho Messiah Is directly uonn.; uov, John a O'Brien, Dr. moro than the make working conditions hardor. f; J- - Bannoa, R. W. B. Dohorty, Industrial peaco and ordor. Employ- - uriageport, Now tno City; football match was In progress at E. Hesglan and J. era sometimes favor tho "open ehop" H. Dooloy, York Michael amount of Inc'dental clashes, fd under ono or other of tho superb Thus tho futuro holds forth good Judgo O'Doherty becauso they do not want to bo Hm- - T- - Burks, Manchester, N. H.; B. T. Croko Park, near Dublin, sixteen It seemed certain that many casual- - ',tIes wllh which IIo Is Invested in prospects for the Democratic J Kavanaugh. lorries filled with auxiliary police tics had marked the day's activity. Scripture. party. Tho nation will tire quickly Ba'd tuat the occurrences in Ireland Hod in tho employment of men to Fooley, St. Paul; James E. Murphy, moved swiftly up and surroundod o These anthoms aro commonly d union A creamery at Dharrow, near of the trust and corporation rule, as. reported In the current members. But tho present Butto; Mrs. Adelia Christy, 'and; James L. Martin, Lynchburg, the place. Accounts differ as to County Tlirporary, the sentiment of the party Is to Patches, and especially tho killing ot is not of that kind. Tho ovi- - Va-was fd tho "O's of Advent," because happened when, after mount- burned Tuesday morning, Innocent, defenseless people at a donee shows that in Its organized y Lewis D. Kavanaugh, Omaha; what fall in behind Gov. Cox and allegedly thy a,l commence with thfs ing guns on heights above, In tho Holy Roman Smith, ot New York, dropping p, otball gamp, has stirred the uniformed form it is not merely against tho!Edward J. Coen, Seattle; tho Rev. the machine police broko through tho gates, News fllsnntrtri. men, says a Central clamatlon. M never before. Pnllcn nnrl inllltnri. Church thOV Oro fiflVftn In nnmhor It was the "closed ehop," but against unionism ' William Barry, Jacksonville, Flo.; tiring first into tho air and then and others of the Old Guard. o Here In Kentucky party prospects J"081 shocking thing slnco tho Bos-ar-e Itself and particularly against Fathor Yorke, San. officers searched residences und the and aro all addressed to eaus o brighter day by day because ot ,ton massacre and is scarcoly iparal-th- e bargaining. Of what avail is Cisco; the Rev. P. J. Rourko, St. into the crowd, which numbered Court House at NenaEh and arrest- - Christ. In somo of the churches 15,000. during tho Middle Agoa two other exposed failure ot our ballyhoo J0,1,03 by actions of tho Turks. We It for workers to ho nnrmlfted hviLouIs; the Rev. Father Sexton. Jer- - assembly Within .the park tho great ed two officers, it is said. became Governor, Morrow being a Demo-- 1 t"'.nlc an expression of American thoir omployors to become members !fiey City Michael J. Redding, Baltl- - How many wore An oxploslon occurred In Patrick anthems wero added, ono to tho killed is not known Virgin cratlc party asset every minute. citizens would tend to restore a of unions it tho employers will not more- wre. irang u. seaman. as yet, but the estimates range from street, Cork, early Tuesday morning. Blessed Gabriel and tho otherto tho Angel Incidentally the proud and haughty "Up of reason In Ireland," Judgo orSt. Thomas, whose with the unions? The workers ton. Mass.; the Rev. William IL ten to thirty or more. Soveral aro It apparently was a bomb, but It Is oast occurs on O Doherty continued. "At tho samo not known from where It came. Lieut. Gov. Ballard will add no December 21. In as well join golf clubs as h'l' Chicago; Miss Ada C. Gannon, wo recognize that thore aro a labor unions If tho present "open imvonpon, iowa; w. j. uoyio, ran reported to have been trampled to Manv noranna worn In thn airsn) Other Of the churclmn twlvn nn. laurels to tho Republican crown. "me ueatn. many good peoplo in England shop" campaign is successful Now clamoring for an extra sess'on leroat wero sung before Christmas, adelphia, and J. S. Clifford, Char An describing tho and six of them were Injured. Nu- - 'hems 'n addition lotto, N. C. for good roads, etc., tho voters and draw a distinction between tho The "open shop" scone said that whllo the football merouB windows wero smashed. Tho Honed, viz., to tho nine already Governing classes and England's de- der such names as drive masks un Organization ot tho Stato bodies "O King of Peaco." "O haven't forgotten that Ballard play- scattered in panic when tho "The American match ed Remibl'can politics enough at mocracv, but when twenty persons Plan" and hides behind tho pretense Is expected to be completed by Feb Black was in progress parties of oxploslon occurrod and the stroet Lady of tho World," "O Jerusalem." and Tans armed with rifles was quickly deserted. the regular session to pass by his aro 'Hed and seventy wounded at of American freedom. Yet Its real ruary, and it is planned to hold the came on tho field. They wero hoot.The moment selected by tho Church vote a measure doing away with a football game, we feel as if tor mamng tneso beautiful appeals purpose is to destroy all effectlvo first national convention of tho new ed and almost immediately they to thn nrmrtfv nt thn finn nt nnA certificates. This law tn,nE should be done." labor unions, and thus subject the organization at Chicago oarly in fired Into the crowd. This witness INTERESTING SPEAKERS. Money to defray oxpenses of the working people to tho allows the big horde of negro voters id iud hour ui vespers, uecauso 11 comrleto April. Formation of tho now asso- says ho to multiply their vote by going from meeting already has been raised, domination of tho employers. Should ciation is in line with proposals who fell. counted moro than thirty At tho mooting of Division 4, A. was, tfao evening of the world, One place to another registering and and every lover of justlco and lib- - it succeed in the measure that Its made to the Irish leaders' conference H.. Monday ovenlnc In Bertrand ?0"to Tnundl oospore." that the Mes- A Cork voting in favor of Ballard's Tiarty. erty should attond. proponents .hope it will thrust far by President De Valera, who de- Telegraph dispatoh to tho Exchango Hall .two lntorestlnc talks warn .Tn? anthems aro says that auxiliary police The L'outonant Magnincot to denote Governor knew into the ranks of tho underpaid tho clared" that all existing organiza- In lorries, who wero 1n search of a made to those present. Dr. Max ctS? APPROVES CAMPAIGN. when ho. voted that this law was detions bad failed in their work and detective who had been kidnaped, Eblo delivered one of his lively, L,"1' body of American working people. ih,ronuih !ho Blos?od XLr" signed to help negro voters. A Tho Bishops of the Cath- that the inaction of tho movement talks, which he has be- - Saviour ryJI arowotoJ:oc,TO,tho Right Rev. Denis O'Dnnnehnn olic War Council who National pro m America had become intolerable are reported to have fired indis witty famous, for n. T. negro voter in ninety cases out of Issued tho Tihnt nni.-criminately and thrown bombs. No come . , .!., ,1 T.1 one hundred Is not known by the Bishop of Louisville, has given his gramme of social reconstruction mis MacSwlney an",' " 8' . """ 'm l u 111 wuuirjr. tlces &lsQ wer0 cjrcuated threaten on the ending of case, citing tho ? election oincers, ana his changes of approval to tne welfare League sad: "It Is to bo hoped that this l 'f,h' tho Lord Mayor, Jffid ing the people of Cork if the miss- - heroic drive for $396,000 in bohalf of its right tho right of labor to organize res'dence aro very frequent. If tho and also scoffed at tho Idea ot sui- - ",0.",,J1IJ? ,fam",arfnt0, v0ry Jjatholle. misn :loan bonds. ibg detective was not returned. - thtrty-on-e time used by Ballard and his assocharities. All religious and to deal with emnlovora throuch The Globe says' Sunday that great cldo as advanced by some In tholr noA0entJ8, the Church,a,U penanco elated to pass this negro measure bodies aro lined up for this wish'ng to d representatives James O'Mara, Trustee of Dall military activity is reported In will never again bo criticism of MnnRwinov'a inn paign, which the 'people must make been used for good roads, etc., Into question by any consider- - EIreann, requests the insertion of lydohob and Schull in County Cork The Ireland of today, her sufferings "?L lnZ. ri!,0atS l? there would have beenno cry for , successful. Bishop O'Donaghue says: able group of employers." The notlco in the Kentucky Irish Amer- - Ireland. Many troops and trials, wore dwelt upon by the un8 ft" WQS of s'; John, armed an extra session now. The Demo- "In view ot tho campaign to be ca",n ttno.,att?ndt!on ot. " rifles and machine guns have with speaker and his .eloquent talk was 1 B,BhPs ?f, b8 "" banka ot the 3X left crats should have no difficulty in conducted by the Welfare League United States ?nL Prepare ye n paBtoral letter subscribers to received', loan of the Bklbbereen Idanl Doot Ponanco: Lord5 sweeping the State with their legis- -. goring tho week ot November 30 to proclaimed again "the right of the elected government of the Republic 0f rounding for the alleged purpose warmly present. by tho Jargo at- - l?0 , ?? make, no. up members of tho re- - tondanco December 6, we earnestly recom- - lative candidates next year. "io niuo. u iriiu uvo uui. cumpieiea publican army, tho reports state, vunuK u.m uu uiiuuwu mo ""'b"" she Invests rinrsAlf In tnis season In this city the situation from a mend It to the generous Interest of kind of organization that is neees- - their payments that in ordor to ob- h Monday it was reported that RAID ARCHBISHOP'S HOJIE. garb of purplo and suppresses the Democratic standpoint Is very rosy. the Catholics ot the city." sary and that will bo most effectual tain their bond certificates they ' twenty-si- x persons are dead and "The Welfare League 'is the flnl n securing their welfare." We have a "reform" administration must remit the balance due to the seventy Soldlnra on Titnnrlnv nt rtii,mnn "Alleluia" In a Trt of her office. lying in Dublin at the end of a three years' relra in the country to combine in nnn Holy Mother, the Church, also During the war the National War American Commission on Irleh In- - hospitals othersa are as . result . of Sunday's -A . 4L3 discredited, bankrupt and ropud'at- - federation the Jewish, Catholic and l.nnnr Tinarii rAfvipnlTorf anil nmfuit. dnnAnrlnnoA 4t1 Vlfth uranim lint -. ed by all citizens. The Protestant agencies, as well a those 'ed a genuine kind of "open shop," York City, oefore November 30, and the wholesalerihootlM In OroSS wnicn reason sno announces to hs In public realizes that in Smith we, which are interdenominatlona: and one which assured the rs n 1920. After that date the loan wlU Park i-ai? !0'?'ei?..nre? .0B ..l?.e have a near Mayor and that the nonsectarian." said E. S. Tachau. mn frdom anrii the. nr rWinitoi wh blty and county emtiloyee take their President of the league. "And fur- - the anion the right of collective bar- - balanee subscribers should give fall Official confirmation was given to Jewell f g1 fi new a football game between the " socteeV It TstituTto certificate' deration in. the country tSt kdp 'Ap whlca Vhe drive is Send and t..?cl?? 11 parts of the .? ? The unions were,8eriea letter and number ot V'"JI?S? uu tui puuiii; niiiny !JS,h " uonmu isuui ua rfuiw riBC08Brv even annnr inn war vtaa inrm. nnn datas nun sranmio tender mCry acHvit A wiio Hiiiitrcii are now uppermost. im minister, The league and Ite working people Monday. Raids, searches ant oneetlons which found their labor in.viome payments. and arrests have been made in all .hot and killed by the court guard. !?onTOiSrg,Ai?.f SS inera m uno yuzsie siiHoaea a me soalal problems ro buiviqe me cuya great demand. They are still more directions, the city of Dublin is suras It sees them, re Imperative now. and they must keen raise ntiestlon now before the Gi FORTY HOURS, iwas DOrn ,n tho stable of Rethle-rounded and apparently Is being SARTO nrTTw MEET. Near Mayor Smith gardless of creed or race or color." their strength and grow. Otherwise hem. Let our faith he strengthened, eral Council. military anrl tho nru eotnbed hv th says he doee net hanker to give the our we shall ee a repetition ot the old! Witbt itnpreeelve "T. ceremony the Hce. There was inceseant firing rruJ i wd"esday knowheart bo enlivened, oar love Company THREATS AGAINST MAYOR, a ralee la Street Car H0 bounds! bad days when the workers were at- - Forty' jrenr devotions will take plaee narly In the avanlntr. our hHmlllty A. hnv fen niJhfe.fS?sL,CIUi,nm rares, The maiorlty et th,e terlr dependent tiivnn thIr -- nrtlmr. in thf pllv at the Cathedral en years old and a man of seventy Donald O'Callagfcan, who meeeed-e- d ers. Coitncllmen say they Fifth street, beginning tomorrow were shot. "rmsneu and ana let onr bany. where - most deUghtful even- - itnriB. praielustre, .thankscivlnrgrai-Terence MaeSwiney a Lord are Bitterly eneed to g'vlng the There Is greet danger that the morning sad concluding oh Tuesday, he There also was much flrin In 'nferesting imraeasnrfahle for the bonndleae a raise. Now Mayor of Cork, Is reported In bidd- whole nation will be harmed by The servieee will he directed by Rev. Cork. but. no fatalities have Street Car ry: been mmLZT 'The near ing beeanee ot threats made by .the th's eamMlnt et a few creami af Father Reek, the rector, and t here Ic the my-i, - t.i-- MnAr addition to which were fcjuyor urn the wwferfty Of ihr Black aad Taae bow pertecutti. J?,yrt-- , T" mde at the tewn halls of numbers and instructive mas'cal immui enmmamnratu .ni wt.1.1. .1 iii . that eJty. Ji: Bumri ef CmuieilnMii are en whjeettoa the w41I lw mthmm. rtttar lcor mA Qaeurtewa, and at .the ISIXS. DEMOCRATIC ADVENT - antl-Cath- m I , ' bo-lor- e; 1; I ts ' Gotts-throw- . cuw-i.- Ul. iv, rllcn-.lnn- a po-t- he . "-- a". ivn - - TZZ! Keys-toner- et "I uf.L?S IT J0 L,,;i " fm , OPEN SHOP IRELAND i,P,ir -- ',, yfht ,.,, tneSi let-u- . ?y6 - S". fr of-th- o - E"lIeynro . lnR-Pocte- ,,r ,'. Inter-Southe- rn tXl10'? - - J. n, lnvok-UBu- al dls-an- Cleve-driv- call-Nenag- h, ex-Go- v. ex-b- ' poo-Bry- an I col-jtn- nv - Fran-lectiv- panic-stricke- n. I Mil-de- al Ca-mlg- ht I eye-witne- ss men-peop- le some-reg'strati- on I I ??"'" o 1 Et hf'fm J cam-ha- Bal-call- ed I fair-mind- ed non-unio- ,, tS'J... Hert-rfly-Ch'H- en ., n... ri. i.. "tss&a srthera.an?t!d lt S55J 3U irf V-r2.lnl- SS? UJ!XSutrnSSSLS I Vc?!S.fK" uieaiiu $& rord !! Jp1 WBuliMlKMnliiittw.iriri .l. i. ' i- J1.aill ,99. a-- nrt '.nni... 1 , - BOECWTTjOTsrsr WHr jcreuswh: AArtoiwOAifc. 4MMH-t-'- AA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA KjMHHHEyygyyyvVjmHHHHfAHHHH y -- M - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. S0GIETY A: Dd Adv.ncement ol ItUh Americana aad Ctbolfc Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. to the Sodil and Moiil PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Incorporate. Second-CUte Publishers fersonvlllo. Miss Ellen Finncgan, Mad!son, Ind., is visiting her brother, Daniel Finncgan, and Mrs. Flnnegan, Jef- Miss Stafford McKenna, who has KIRSCHBAUM ALL-WOO- L MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS PORTRAITS FROM LIFE PHOTOGRAPHIC TINTING COMMERCIAL ART $ Specializing in the highest quality execution at prices within reason. Try us. 335-33-7 Courier-JournBuilding al ononiDTinM " Uittn All DDirp HNR nni.l.AR PER YBAR. SINGLE COPY 5c been tho guest ot hor sister, Mrs " WUI Kelly, lias returned to her Mtttr. entered at the Loulvllle Pot toillce hotne at Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. Guy OBterman, ot Witt liberty StrwUr IRISH AMERICAN. CwtHftkitloK b) m KENTUCKY wesi unsuuil sireui, eniernjineu party in honor of; J with a week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Dick, ot Raleigh 319-32- 1 msMi83m , couNcLfr loajH.iiu ( LOUISVILLE, KY PARTY OX ...SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 192' gollzatlon. It was dented, to ho sure, that there was any connection $60 and $55 values now Order your Fall Suit arid Overcoat now. Tho woolen mils Republican party Is on trial betweon the steel Investigation and Tho will make no reduction in prices; there will sure be.a shortage. legislative de- - the pause in tho tnterchurch In tho oxocutlvo. and $75 and $70 values now 1 o ot the Government it will mont. Perhaps thero was no , UP.STAIRS STORlE after-tlonannouncement Is but now as everything Its own way Every Suit, black, blue or fancy; every Over a nnil If fnlto nrlvnr.lniro mniln that thn nffort Is to be re- Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Street ADBr" henvoo? of its opportunity and give the eo- - eumed, immediately on the result ot coat, heavy or medium weight; every Gabardine and possibility ' Mr. and Mrs. George E. Dolloft, Die what they want In matters of tho election, thero Is Rubberized Raincoat, all go in this sale. Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and loelalatlon thero Is no reason why that secularism Is not entirely dig of Reading, Kan., announce tho mar- sociatcd from tho Protestant ambl riage at the Church of the Assump0idefit j3ank in the State it should not control tho GovernIt is our determination to go the full limit in $ tion thoro on' Thanksgiving day of mnnt of iho republic for a genera- - tlon to convert tho world their daughter. Miss Emma Dolloff, meeting the public viewpofnt on clothing prices. tlon. Tho first duty of tho now and Edwin O. Wagner, of Louisville. ALIj should AID. Cdngress Is to ropeal President and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hancock and Mrs. R.. A. Hancock, who have been tho act giving extraordinry powers Every friend of lrejand, every spending the summer and fall with FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. to tho President, also tho espionage lover of justice and freedom for Mr. and Mrs. A. J. W4U!ams at act. Next a resolution declaring thoi small nations, should attend tho Valley, havo returned to their war at an end, and for tho rcsump- - American protest meeting next apartments at tho Weissinger-Gaul- tlon ot diplomatic relations with Wednesday night at tho Gypsy uert. Misses Durrett Oglosby, Freda Germany should bo passed. Tnis Smith Tabernacle and hear Erin's Miller and Ethel Dowell. stationed "have a very steadying effect would NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON case statod by men of Impartial and nt Fort Benjamin Harrison, also on Germany, besides being of tre- mature judgment. The names of R'omer Beagle and Uttallo. are yyyyy yyyy y W V V fr mendous valuo to America's foreign tho promoters of this meoting are spending tno unanitsgiving Holidays trade. Tho Panama canal tolls act representative of .Louisville's best with Mrs. Sallio D. Thompson at PULS DRY CLEANING CO. 3hould bo repoaled and steps taken interests and are a guarantee tifat Prestonla Miss Carolyn Barker and M'ss to Insure America's supremacy in should a'ttract a great audience. To Irene McCabo loft last week for St. the ocean carrying business. Re- oho and all wo say: Be there. Louis to attend tho wedding of M'ss Louise Smith, formerly ot Louisconstruction of industry with (proville, and Jefforson Edwards, of WOULD HAUNT THEM. gressive remedies for economic inYOU'LL WANT THAT SUIT Boston, which took place Thanksequalities shbuld bo proceeded with giving day. ' REPAIRED or No wonder tho British Embassy PRESSED or as soon as possible, taking parties A beautiful fall wedding took Iar care that Industries during, tho does not want to attend, nor do they , Wednesdav moraine at St, DYt D CLEANED transition period bo properly prc; approve ot tho Committee ot One Boniface church, when Miss Anto'n- Right Now by Phoning tdcted against destructive outsldo Hundred to investigate conditions' in otto Schlesslnger became the bride Fear that the savage Robert .W competition, for it is well under- - Ireland. TJ SOUTH OR CITY stood that European nations that are! butchery ot innocent Irishmen by 9 "clock, to us for largo sums will the "Black and Tan brutes will bo Mr and Mrs Cal pfoitfer and sont indobted You will be sure of getting rapid, courteous, satPfelffor. loft Wednesday isfactory service. TMe MODERN WAY guaran make an effort to pay In commodl- - shown up acts as a deterrent and Pnvmnn j ties to the detriment of oitr manu- - they are too cowardly to face tho re- - for South Bend, Ind., to spend tho WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF tees the best in a hurry. The To permit this now cital of facts in the case. "wJifSr "who facturers. would bo to ruin our industries, and spirit ot martyred MacSwinoy and Btjent t Notre Dame University, s They also will spend a few days in incidentally deprive us ot tho com- - the other patriot gave would haunt them. But the com- - Chicago before returning home, morclal advantage that the war A very pretty Thanksgiving mar- us. A mighty merchant marine and mittoo will do tho work assigned QU.LrTU AXD SERVICE OUR MOTTO. them, and when they get through facilities for extending our foreign XNCOIlPOnATED trade to every port in tho world Is tho wolo world will know more of forsonvlllc, when Harry Williams led 1140-11SOUTH THIRD STREET. what the ipeoplo expect tho majority tho acts of the "civilized," "Chris- - to h altor M'ss Mary S"hlfler, (CMMKMtHH. party will give them, and they also tlan" British Government which puts daughter of Mrs. Margaret Schlfler. Fred J. Klausing, W. H. Sllliman, Pres. HLT"a,,n'" FfU" onk to thn Republican admlnlstra-- ! to shame tho brutality of Sioux or r v and celebrated the nuptial high mass. tlon to free tho nation from foreign Apacho Indians. "" -l Mrs. John M. Blester andictation, of which wo have had too START OUT BIGHT. nounce tho marriage ot their daugh Wo much for our own ter, Miss Agnes niester, to P. J, may add also that an Intelligent di" Wo are glad that a new organ Iza- - " ."' Tprq,,v C,tw Thn coromony rection .of public utilities will be tlon 'formed bv Irish--LP"?. . aLSt'. Brlgid's church has been lnnkprf for. and on the manner in w. jansen omcaung, ttbv. which tho Republicans carry out Pathlzors in this country to take the Mr. and Mrs. Kerns have left for 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. placo of tho Friends of Irish Free- - .Tnrpoy C'ty, .where they will make this programmo tho future of their dom. An Irish organization that de- - lnelr nome. party dopend3. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing Mr- nnd Mjs- William M. Higgiris serves tho name must work in liar- an(1 JIr- antl Mrs- - Joseph N. HIggin8 mony with tho i.nnn. government of arrlve(1 - homo City 8381 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE Saturda from Syra. YjiE RED CROSS AND IRELAND. Main 1950 PHONZ CITY 3767 619 W.BROADWAY froland and its representative in this cuso. N. Y., where they were called agS222KSE52JEISgI&gHIra country. For some tlmo It has been by tho. death of the Rev. John J. We are not fully Informed in re- nvlflonf tli.it tlioen In pnnfrnl nf tlm Hlgglns, pastor Of St. Patrick's gard to the controversy that has F. O. I. F. were not in sympathy church at Taborg. Father Hlgglns G VOLT 11 PLATE $20.00 wnss tlift hrnMinr nf ihn nrlUnr nf Mi HARVEY-JELLIC- O tho 0 VOLT 13 PLATE $.1.1.00 Pres'dent " Valera'and that Paper and frequent visitor to WPdZteaandthVneTcBVw,th 12 VOLT 7 PLATE $30.00 nt wftri.,n wnn r.nniviiin. Wo see that tho Union has voted to (INCORPORATBD) Mrs. D. C. Byrne and Miss Mary with him. Under the circumstances F. O. B. Detroit withhold all aid from tho Red Cross thofo was only ono thing to do. Tho delightful pre- Sav a That's All For' Two Years , until1 that organization does its duty -. The Company With the Coal and the Service. i.i ,,,- nuptial entertainment In honor of cow B0Uui- wim bmn uui riBiu. v MIs5 jrargarot Dalzell, whoso mar Tho only battery guaranteod uncondiOfficials of the Red noipo by Ireland. tionally for two years. Instead ot "adjustit win Keep on tno rigiu way. rlago to Dan Hummel was solemn located at Fifteenth and MnunoIIn. Yard. lit First anil A. Cross organization explain that the I zed with nuptial high mass Thanksment," you get a new battery, thus elimiYard mid Ctcvatar, Pope and Payne Streets. Ited Cross has not refused to go Into giving morning at St. John's churcji. nating all repair work. THK DIVORCK KVIIv. Until Plinnes at AH 5 anln. a largo gathering of friends and Ireland to relievo tho distress caused Yon Can't Burn It Up Yon Can't witnessing tne ceremony by tho "Black and Tan" raids and Overstrain It All thoughtful men who valuo tho aumirers nnrnmn,i ,.. rn declare that it Is "false' to cliargo christian faith are beidnning to mMin. SERVICE AT It with refusal to render aid In Iro- - reailzo tu6 rightful evils that must Miss Evelyn Odom arrived Wcd- land. how wo nave nine uouut inevitably befall society It tho dlrotiesday rrom Nazareth Academy to spend Thanksgiving with.her par- hat a formal refusal has not been L,agno of (livorce( wIth a tho nam 425 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, ICY. 8lDS ,eallnff t0 U and sI,rInBn l,0M The marriage of Miss Mary Mar-Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana Ireland. But tho fact is that, u ho aij0wcd to contlnuo itsNIn and Chester H. Schrader took Main C99 or City S22G splfb the burnings, wreckings and :raVages. Many an earnest writor l'laco at St. John's church Tuesday committeed upon a Help- - and many an eloquent" voice ovon In WT" atrocities Alberta Gooso ana Ben W. Vi A MA imfe nannin by tho "Ti'fipb nmi lans, " thc non.Catholic press and pulpit, Martin wore the attendants, and tho not attomptca to havo atoly. oplorcd this crying evil, ceremony was performed by Rev. thd Red Cross has DOUBLE-DAR- K render aid to the sufferers. That Is jn tjj0 eyes 0f tne truo Christian tho Francis J. Martin, a brother of tho which has not abominable , For tho slctcaad those wlio nurse the sick lies In tlie fact that )'. tho Important fact of Mormonism Is wedding the t you IciUMVtho intidlcln proscrlhed by your doctor is prep-irebeen ,inni.(i ind whicii ran not be BCarcoly more horrible than tho sys- - homo ot breakfast wraB served at Mr. Memory n Pf the irlAos parents, The ' ly who cmsuientlously cuutpouud piescrliiclonn, depled. It Is all very well to Issue tem of dlvorce. tor it is hardly and Mrs. Albert F. Martin, 2026 . t beliiff spt'elulists ln thulr work. denials ot things that havo not been 'moro shameful to have many wives West Broadway, tho young couplo Phono im any hour of tho day or night. Wo will call for ' I tlion leaving on a bridal tour to INCORPORATED charged. That does not meet tho at onco than to havo 6eTOral ln Bue. , and deliver your wants, ; ncinnaUandther IJOtJISVILLK, KtNTHOKT question: Why has not the Red cessIon wWle tlie flrat to whom j: vruBo uuuuiiuucu iu-.- i "win. " Also Makers of Oeriels Dark and Oertels Licht. fidelity unto Ieath was sworn, is keeping at 1510 Story avenue. or- towns in iroianu ino wreckea Bun auVo. SECOND AMD CHESTNUT UUIDE'S BHOWEIt. ganlzation prlden ltsolt upon tno City 355-3- 37 Main 9102 ' world-wid- o scopo ot its work. Why IIYTOORITIOAIj. , c Day and Night 8orvlcMiss Emma Deltsch entertained is an exception made in tho caso oil Mho TC H. N. with n mlnRnlliinpniin The wrockings and burnings nc- - Bhower iu honor of Miss Louise Ireland? This Is tho question which 1NCOSPOIU.TBO tho action ot the Federated Union ln companicd by murders still go on In Mlttlebcoler, whoso marriago to Now York has raised. When tho Ireland unchecked by a Government S,Qrtr,and. ,Beckr ,was BOleninlzed "WILTON JELLICO' "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," Red Cross officials answer It they that recently proclaimed iu.ll tho Supplies-Constructi- on "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." may expect tho support ot Irish sym- champion of small nations and tho.ciara Buzan, Emma Deltsch, Both Phones 315. of what little civilization othy Ellort, Mayme Itutlodge, Mln-w315 Guthrie Street. pathizers In this country. But a dileft In the world. In tho face ae Wolport. Halle Hlrsch. Clara rect answor is In or.der not a Universal Light end Power Installation. MORROW, Manager. J. J. McTIGHE, Aunt. Mgr in Ireland Ueltech, Verena MitMhAnior. .Ta. ot something that has not been of what Is now .,,' tmIra Zettlo, Ellzaboth Lighting Fixtures. House Wireing. Portable Lamps. charged and not asked. And. no ho,w hypocritical do not these pro- - 8je p0rle. and IWise Helen Carr, Louisville; Crystal Electrical Washing Machines. fes3lons now appear! The Britten Bubterfugo will be accepted. Funeral services woro held Thurs MEMORIAL MASS. Government 'has sh.own' itself to be day morning at, St. Francos ot Rome RHoy celebrat tho most incompetent, tho most barINTERCircRCIUSM. A solemn requiem ,mass ;was sung church, Rev, Father STMT MK TIKS MMfTM WITH THE barous and tho most unjust govern at at. L.OU1S uoriranus cnurcn ing ino requiom mn mass. ti ment INCORPORATED modern times. History will Thursday morning "at 8 o'clock for The" report that tho blocked of ANNUAL ELECTION. movement la to bo revived bear witness that tho atrocities now tno ravose or tne sou or lrcnco Louisville Bank Mwln 1800 CIt;y 897 C3S WEST JEPPBUSON Sw,nphy renews iatereat In tho secular aspect being committed in Ireland are The Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H mass was arranged un- of a professedly roligtouB activity. worso thaa any perpetrated In any abr'tho auspices ot the Ancient Or- - wilt hold the annual election ot ofFourth ma4 Centra! Aveaaa j dor ot Hibernians, the Ladles' Auz- - ficers at the meeting next WednesTlw reitder may recall that tho good olhpr country in this age. P. IMHWM. ML, 5h tm. eel Trs. K. J. MMW, miWttt Ummt. illary, A. O, H., and the Friends ot day night, la which there is much folk who. compoae tho ProtoS'tant JOHN ASSENT With Advent here, thero skould frlsh Freedom. Very Rev. J. A. interest. , The ladles havo bad a country thought contregatioBs of tke Heenan was tho celebrant and the very successful year and the ofthey should unite ln order to con be aone who do aot ,Vu,, the holy ,8rwdlf ,co was thronged. PIANO TUNES ficers expect a largo attendance of season properly. Yert America and win thb outside members. ? 10QO EAST BURNKTT AVKNUS NEARED CENTURY MARK. worM to a belief in tfie'lr peculiar CONVENE AT NEWPORT. j Sewer aai Calvert Fiae, HAPPY HOME PARTY, lnterprtatIon of Caritin doctrise. Home Phone, City 8398 Mrs. iflary Riley, agen nmety-si- x aaaea's Fateat uaaer rive ler steam Ceaflalts, Un.fortnately some of the prime The Kentucky S'ato conventlor 'ot years, oldest member Of the- Su Mlse Frances LButee Weber enterWall Cepla, Oraia Tile, Vitrified Mrtclt, j mover in" the enterprise were Haz the Friends of Irish Freedom wi be Frances ot Rome church, died Tuee-ila- M. M. 'THE GREAT MfltACLEV' II day morning at the home of her tained the members ot the . g, Flae Liaia Fire Bricll enough to court tko eamlt'y held In Newport today, and Fire rreei ardous ., ( Club . - jrates from various branches J the- daughter. Mrs. J, E. Carr, 30 S Ray- - Thoee at her home Friday afternoon. j Crate aad Beiler Tile, Fire Clay, Calaaejr Taai. J -- , , nc -, ''Tho Great Miracle," a colossal preeent were Ttflssee Catherine oi State, will be present. The follow- mond avenue. Mrs. 4Uiey was ,a nhoto play of humanity, which will Wheme by starting am iaveetliattoa ing w,n repreent the George7 Wash- - native of Ireland md came to Bosler Clarence dou. sue seaman, bn presented at St. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. - ingion uranca oi xMewpurii John America whn. alxteen years old. Mary Caammlsar, Miiurea Mnnn'A. Gymnasium tomorrow Xavler Colleae ot un eoaauioBSMH wb ia"night, has Shilling "Anna Evelyn Vetter, Alene MAIN S07. PHONES CITY B73.17SS.-CUMtrfee At once thre was a ceesatlon Tleraan, PatrieK joyce. joni V Re- Her death.uywa hastened by Injuries iApv, Agaea Lynn, Mary Rom eeived unstinted praise from the a uu eeverai .mobim lenaet reeeirefl Mm J0nn fynue ki oa tlw iart or time wbo WORKS-Tkirtew- Uk Breeklarldga aad Miatk and Magaalla. Mary Oath- - preee, the profeeelon, the, clergy and j, iiovLg BadM Mm. Kelly, Luctjle Jleardon, 0,mn Petr Hunt Mfcw try tf0 ., Loaiea prominent maa and "womea la all Fraaeea Vavfha, tmm KBTQ ir.mt.iv-- w ,HIKr , rTlTa 7 VWU erlne , MMtt, JMRM imrKIH MO HOT. J VHTr, waHw or nre granddauKMera, eonreratea and eran-- Connolly. Kra. Frank Rueff Weber. the work of TRIAL. move-partmon- ts rela-hav- , -i, I ,Park, left this week for Texas, ior an exienuea visu 10 ner brother, TVB. Gilllland, and Mrs. Gllllland. The marriago of Mtss Mario Giver and tho Marquis do la Tour- rotto will take place Thursday, December 2, at St. Patrick's Cathedral In Now York City. M'ss B'hel Angermeler,- - who attends Nazareth at Bardslown, returned Wednesday to spend tho Thanksgiving week-en- d with hor . Va. Mrs. John B. Imorde, SUITS AND OVERCOATS REDUCED $35 arid $30 values now tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'ii t of Deer Dallas, Home Phone City 238S $50 and $45 values now $24.50 $38.50 $48.50 $58.50 EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR Kon aue- AA l.J National Bank of Kentucky j Po-w- eo CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE I EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP , ' HtlMttttttHt' SOME DAY 2362 CLEANERS AND DYERS 42 Sec.-Tre- PHONE 2635 Men's 2 Piece Suits $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits.$1.75 Expert Cleaners 421 West Chestnut St. J art CJ isa XXh.s hunger-striker- J nXl ?r0JAJ THE MODERN WAY CLEANING FURS as. - I I m-- LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON n- self-respe- TH0S. J. BR0CAR HUBER HAND STOKER ij-- - - Automobile Repairing Tires Accessories Tubes COAL CO. ,..,,,.,.. .- la T - .?... ! ri,- .C' T, J DRINK of de-fro- m nERTELS Cm Drink that GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. sj-sto- i. GREAT CONSOLATION UwftftftAi - lwi "a'CO. OERKTDB dralst g.teOn ; k.- - . MoGEARY ZROO STORB , Byrne Speed Coal Corporation : do-nl- al i,i. 'SSI'SS Don-guardi- as r. J. Weekly Savings Club ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY iator-churc- South I t eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeee(eeeeeeee eeg ft IP. BANNON PIPE CO - ... .- .. - i., j B, .M,! r. eeeeeeiaeeeeeeNi4eeeeeeeee)eeeaeniel ad f v o litf'ji ''r t -- Vs. jszBKTorcroicie' ikihc jsiJMbBio-aj9r- . KXrxArGvvLrvvSAyHAyGDAGlrvOJu MACAROM m f $5408 W.MARKET ST.gS Plttml QOe aBd Jewelry Repairing Watch H.l mens FURNISHINGS J' How a Modest Gift A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. Iito. ffi! pbnde'nnis 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI . ' Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' Wo Make A Specialty of All'Rrnnclios of Dentistry. Wo Uso All Aloderu Appliances lu the Eliinlnnttvn of Pat. .... I. J I THE .MWMW The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop AVE. FOURTH NTt to Rex Theater OpeH BrcBiBgs UBtll' 9 P. M. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS ', May Become a Great One TOSSIBLY this year ST you may be diiposed to think seriously and coneti uctively of your Christmas giving. t jo? Phono City 4G03 Phono City 43 Electric Co. Prank Hartman & Sons Tafel VE8T JEFFERSON HOUSE PAINTERS CityS30 Main 113 985 4XD DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J Hesse Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phoae, West There is more than one 'way in which you can make INOTICE! !Shoup Optical Co,' i Designs A Eettniatea LIBERTY BLOW Famished 412-- W gifts carrying with them Values far beyond iheir inttihsic worth values real, tangible and substantial as well as values in education and character building. t Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for GLOBE TIRES Ha. City 1184. V .O Snppose for example, g LainW.Kr. KECO T, KQtXB cherish with an income-payinand Electric Company. ent one that does not depreciate or wear out but also' an income; regularly paid so many times a year, regardless of the owner's health, capacity for work or general circumstances. may be the first practical lesion the recipient has ever had in finaocial subjects the use of money and its earning power the productiveness of thrift the necessity of investment toward the progress and welfare of all and education in the hand-lin- g an inspiration leading to of funds. self-control you presented some one you investment in the Louisville Gas Not only do you give a substantial pres- Ha Removed To 1311 Guthrie St. Speed Building. ASK FOR HEATING & VENTILATING" 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. ' LOUISVILLE, KY. . JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED . EWING'S DAIRY Established 1886 LootsriUa, Ky, OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS GLOBE PRINTBR8 This investment gift SECURITY, A LOAM ii V, DAWSON'S ELECTR'C LIGHT TROUBLE MEN 1 WNn w llt a tm et, 4 aara. Sv a M w ay wLk a el w . PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. THE VERY BEST IaeorporaU. A. Lazar, Manager Mosey Advanced oa Yoar Plate Rata 812 West JeffcrsoB Stmt (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. POOLKY FOR MONBY. Loans to, those haying regular or salary, with no publlelty r red tape. Loans to housekeeper a their personal security. F. R, POOLEY, 8KB 09, : : BEiT CHEW es DAY AND NIGHT ; Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE ' I . 4S0 West Chpstnt Street Iay or Night Service. Call Cltj t52. appeals to yoif we are sure you will find a call at our Investment Department decidedly interesting and profitable. If oar suggestion EPPINQ'S SOFT DRINKS a 1, Courier-Journ- al BulUamg. 41B R. Fnortli Street. WM. Pc BANNON OOKTRAOTINa PLASTERER BROOK AND BLOOM Cumb. S. 154 8380 Louisville Gas and Electric Company && 3 BW FRED M.rtlWIWJih. 1 LOEMKER c teara" (Incorporated in Kentucky.) FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. OF AUTOMOBXLssS NIGnT AND DAY. General Repair Work, Clcaalag Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a STORAGE ! Automotive Go. Home TeL 3863 eff ofce fty FOURTH AND O STS Homo Phone, Shawnoe 803 PARRAKEET Wxeralwater & Grocery Incorporated Company HENRY COS' West Chestnut Street Telephone City or Main .2182 311 V- Broadway at First. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Shoes For Every Member Family Home Phone 3908 FOR TnE BENEFIT OF TOUR KIDNEYS BRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING TIb Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speeclulty 2011 WEST BROADWAY FRED FEIGE UNION MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - 1 - - KENTUCKT a SON H. W. DUB1SKE a CO. THE BLDG. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARKHAM, Mgr. 1C06-7-8 INTER-SOUTHER- MFC:. CO. Incorporated STEEL AND JROK WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Homo Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. SHEPPARD N DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Steam Forgings and Fire Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty JOHN B. O'LEAKY OO. Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE 721; OITX Headquarters tor AND FARM PROPHRTY We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Some Phone City 4464 See He Is Working For You, When the conductor asks you to have your fare ready he is not seeking to avoid making change for you. He ii not considering himself at all. .flH'"!l:lAfil;M'H;rili Mask Balaa, Pres. 3. C. Jaoobt, Sao. aaa Traaa. Xj. GRAUBIAN ft CO. l. Incorporated Oaalara City 86S Stoza Plxtur, Bafaa, Cuti taxa, Show Oaiat, Ooaatan. BbalTlaa;, Kto. BIO Xa ' aaa All xiaos of effte MAXH West 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons WIST UTUMMV Horn Phone. City UIS RENDERING: CO. state. as about anythlag la real City Elevator and Warehouse Phono City 2154 Hay, Grain and Feeds THE ZERR CO. The Home of "Quality Faeds" 122 N. FOURTn ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Complete Line of Serviceable Successor to ZERR V T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 508-51- 0 SOUTH WENZ3JL ST. K. A. Xxapp Ckaa. B. Xrapp Home Phone, City 7005 Both Phosoa 4262 Both Phonos 2406 ERAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BEEF, VOKX, TSAJj JL3TD UUO All Xlaas of Bmokta Heats 203 EAST JBFTER80N STREET He is working for you. He is interested in giving you better service. He knows that when his passengers have their fares ready and move into the car in a steady stream he is able to give "two bells" more promptly and thus reduce his ' stop-time. & HOFFMAN VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING SCHOOL SHOES Opea Evenings Until Nine O'clock City 6910 Res., Shawnee Incorporated 1863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPpRTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Reatliagcr Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, JOHN B. WATHEN rmiNITURB tOO You help him give you better service when you "HAYRIDB PARTIES" MOVING AND PACKING Tweaty-Sbrtei Shawnee 19S6 LONG niSTANCB Soath Bk West MS have your fare ready and are alert in getting on and off the car. Your in these little things means - much in maintaining efficient service. on t J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST KENTUCKT 1129 WEST MAIN STUiSWX HAM11LY WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE Thirty-tw- o BROS. SHOE BTOKMS 90S WEST MAIN STREET HAULING --- All Kinds of Footwear' Whole Family Two Mtfa HAMBLY'S For the H.B0S5ES0N Funeral Directors and Erabalmers. Telephone 1022 LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS UNION MADE WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS HOLDERS' SHOES SHOE REPAIRING 150C SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shipp We, officials and employes, are trying' te serve you efficiently. But our efforts will fall short unless we have your help; Be ready to get off when the car stops. Have yoar car fare ready. Dority hlurry, but step lively, lease. Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantoo. For My t Knowledge and Integrity Call If It's For Sale Give Ma lth aad Portlaad. aad Magazine Stores Shaw. 171C City 7164 NATIONAL .HATTZRS 825 WEST JEFFERSON STRJEX PINK VABBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. Both PhoBM 00 J&. BROADWAY DYERS AND CLEANERS GALL FOR AND DBLTOM Home Phoae, City 1931 ii r u ) i THOMAS KEENAN je)aea)tbte)ee)tJ9eajaiae)te)eaia ..TJroEr, MOiOCPHOMB8S 1529 WEST MARKET STREET DIRECTOR.. dUMBKRLANb MAIN 3 JAMES P. J1ARNES, President JLouisville Railway Company. INCORFOXATBD GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMJTH. PROP. gmv.4wMiwvtwwvvvww 3i?l.y I J. J. BARRETT'S SONSj FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 31423 Ky 9SC9. 1 Funeral 1t 7MK Director and Embalmeri J yeayar ?a St. Xavlsr'i "!.- iHI4mAa4. AVVVtVVVVVVVVUlVMVV TCfta-rf- - SIISVI ,? CORNS,BUNIONS Br. Dte. SSSSSvAJS-i-SSSBa)ata. V. S.. Anderson, H. Palmer. J. WJedroan. IT. Loulavllle peoplo derating their time to business, tho theators ang. ahopg in New York City the piat lis W BiMftwart XMlartH, SEy. weK were Mr. ana Mrs. W. A. Will- Ceagueted by taa Xayerlaa Brothers. la'mson. Dr. and Mrs. nO. Falconer. Bttttineaa Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lvlea. Mr. anH ana iMieai, eiennrw tint M St UX Mm wia VISITING IN GOTHAM. NEILL-L- A VIELLE BOTH PHONES 810. Cblisf SUPPLY CO. INCOXFORATXD f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS R J. T. McClintock. J. Bailey and Carl , MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES We Bay Kaga, Serap Iroa, Metals, HI I lHltHfrf4-H-f- r i! !. K4 t :: :: ', DOUGHERTY & McELLIOni 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, irniiTI IJirntar TiT-- Ti M. L. T). BlX h. dr. Urlaji i Z. Mttal Kmhainar uwmrnAM,ia. ClitriHl T "Hcrka Lltsiy Brilliant and. y in FRANKFORT. Iter. Father Klosterman arrived Sun-da- Robber and Paper Steek cwiginw MPkWN H.IMfaM Joaa O'Dvytr, who noart popular Wmm. on took pastoral charge of the Church of the Good (Shepherd, filling; the, vaoaaey eaU4d-bth death el FathV Frankfort last week from Cote L0UI8VILLX WASTI MATISLAL CO. :: ii ;: I Funeral Directors Gttanfc. jrits Kf waa om Ik the of,th ei9l VHI --- J0TBR8ON vs. Otty 11 9 ..,,, , and Erhbalmersi 3Umm Clly CTia-to- n, y LOUIVlLLM HsM PhM. -- Mala 3 KNTUCKT 'ttllllM'ini'HIUHHmHMHHMmmXIIIIIIIl' y Mf ,i"-t- f'? J jKiwrrxjoKisr ijrjch AJsao&jBtxczAsz. a son SWISS CLEANING Bacon OF """ INCORPORATED " ft fmmjownumx2f HERMAN STRAUS SONS MARKET STWCT Jj r I 'We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupens. DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR MEN'S" SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. We Qlve and Redeem dole Trading Stamps. HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed f BOYS' SUITS A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Ueferrea Payments, The eafeataadlag Hm SWISS CLEANERS XMC02UOJU.TSD AND DYERS $10 J featares,e this seethed are OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH $T. Z ceaveaieace la aaakiBg parchaees wfthoat aay considerable eatlay of. cad. The advantage el baying ea the Clab Maa daring ear rarioM sates VAT SALH FRICS8. Whatever is the price of the goods to a eaah er a chare easterner, that ia atee " tho Brioe to a Hwasehehi Olah Plaa eastoaaer. There hi aeattlrely bo adTaaee. There are bo "ceafldeatlal arraageiaeBts.'' It ia eeadacted apea aa opea basis with a fixed schedsJe ec rate. The first aayaaeats aad the aaeathly paymeat are the saaae to aX. g"l v We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These I Suits are made of good woolen mate-I terials, splendidly tailored and fin-1SI1GU. i i ! eeeeeee-oee- HIItHtMIIIttHMtmHtH f SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB RLAN CUSTOMERS Toy Shopping Is Joy Shopping At Sutcliffe's ;j Right now, whaa eur stock la ao eomplate and clean, and you can get euch prompt par aonal aervlca. you get tha keenest pleasure la picking out your gifts from our wonderful display of dolls, toys and games. December crowds will soon flock to our store the public knows by past experience that our stock Is attractive. In both price and, selection. I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW I $10 ieeoajeeeeei Coffee Prices Lower jflafBMt LaSSlM President of the Boobs I The President. Charter Member and Grand Exalted Captain of. the Order of Boobs, is the man who eaves no money. The man who saves may not succeed. The man who never saves is SURE not to succeed. Don't be a BOOB. Start a savings account with this Company. We are prepared to handle all matters of a Banking or ' Trust nature. 4 Sutcliffe's Christmas Catalog tha yery thing to have for shopping, with Its 93 Illustrated pages. CaR or write for one K Is free and will be mailed to any address. la . long-dlstaa- ea Wo offer oar excellent Wow, 1 G rr Blend Coffee, 2 lbs. forVl.ttO 1- -2 This means only another decrease over tho old pries for this Coffee. This is the best Coffeo for tho priea on the market. Give us a. trial. cUTGLIlTE G BRANCH STORE. MCO KDORTS 1 OtS 22Oy0UTHT0URTHAVC; JOHN M. MULLOY 213 WBST MAItKET STREET. Both Phonos 1323 Established 188S STARKS BXJXf- c- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervisien. Mora than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tha people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. f Columbia Building rurin ana main. Ts Oldest Trust Company in the South. UStjSSSiStiiSSSOfltMSMMMSMSSMsMMStS' yHBFJHESriN THE WORLD" DON'T FORGET THAT GRAY-VO- N Stanton. PERFECT FITTING Mary Stan- SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Tho funeral of Miss years old, a highly ton, forty-fiv- e respocted member of St. Paul's parish, took place Monday morning, Rev. Father Eugeno Donohoe celebrating the requlom high mass. Sho is survived by a sister, Miss Bridget Stanton, and a brother, Michael RECENT DEATHS. OD UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ALLMEN tNCOBTOKA' Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE HOME OF Saturday morning St. Martin's church suffered,1 a loss by .tho death of George C. Horbig, beloved hus band of Caroline Horbig, 1021 East Oculists' Prescriptions. Breckinridge. Ho was fifty-eigyears old and woo held in high es SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY teem In German Catholic circles. ae'v'"" wore held Tuesday nrooxresATXB F""""'! Boralng, conducted by Rev. Father Fourth and Chestnut. fcbi.eu, the pastor. ht Try Our Heme Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phono Your Order aawrwawae a 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Best ef Confections. eeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm Phone City 6574 SMOKER S CIGARS ATTENTION TOBACCO PURE MILK "ASK YOUR GROCERS. II Funeral services, for Jacob Goby wore held Monday moraine from St. Mary's church, of which rho was an old and faithful member. For years he was a leading flguro In the Catholic Knights of America and other fraternal ordors, where t,f - CIGARETTES H9H&L ELECTRIC CLEANER Cleans bv Alp OHESTEKFIED CAHELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thirty-flv- o LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CAPORAL $1.05 Per Carton. Blat s: I High Class Furniture SINGER AT LOWEST PRICES. survived by his widow, Mrs. Caro-I'n- o Gobv: two sons. Morton and Frank, 'and a daughter. Miss Anna Goby. n alga esteem. He resided at a n wuok street, and is "ood rotinl won AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO nf Preston and Jefferson AA a nitnr.. ..,. ..tf.ftt ttttfttt ttttt ta))y INCORPORA.TBD STORES I 213 West Jefferson Sewing Machines PACTORY i! Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtalns and Linoleums. 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. llJAMES GREENE : 4tlli(lieete'teee FRED G. mCORPORATID vrna rtofrlnnf tf T.niiffwtlln .VW.UWUV W. MWH.W....W, ..W Busy terms. Phone us for free clalmd by death Saturday night, place from tho trial on our 1920 model In your The funeral took services at St. Barrott chapel with home. Patrick's church Tuesday morning. We repair any sewing machine. St., Vincent do Paul's parish has lost one of Its most highly esteemed popular J. C. DORSEY & CO. and of Miss members in tho passing Anna , Miller, beloved ' AT PRICES. Thomas Hlnes, beloved husband of tho late Mary Hlnes and for many yoars an Industrious and ro-WW.VM Phono Us For a Demonstration. Ainn. u Chiiders Elect, Co: 333-33- BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Now Open. For Businesa) (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF 5 la corpora ta WEST MAIN ST. rity-1.W5B- lnin SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ST9IA6E 25 CTS. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPttJU ATTD1TKIN TO THEATER ' AIL MEN W CHARGE EXPERIOfCO. JONES & CO. f of J. 059 Miller, 821 Mulberry street. Heri 642 E. JEFFERSON STREET funeral took place by Wednesday morning conducted the Rev. City daughter Peter and Elizabeth Oit' COAL - - COAL Famous Diamond Block aad Rogers Bros. Block, tho Coal for Stoves and Furnace. Wholesale and Retail. City 20U8 South 24C0 Main lO-S- Father Thome. 8 AS 11, DOORS, BLIND8 AND MILIiWOKK. Ky . iouisvllle, Breoka nd A Sts. LATHES FLOORING LUMBER Twri.aa Bwttaa, SmNQLES ill 4 W X. Mraslrtariagai X& ft M. . i "YOU'LL Flirp IT WORTH WHILl" TO SAT IN A Standard Dairy Lunch House laeerperated TH1 HOTJSI OF QUALITY AXp QUAKTITY TarSety J ef Hot Dtettes, Paatry, Ilosae Made Pies, Cakes, Meats KX'CKLLBXT O O P P it B 4 SOUTH pourth 4 me HOVTH PIFTn STRKBT - Near Broaaway 2 In Mkfctte ef'SaHare PROMPT gHRVICB PKKJBH RBA80NA8LB ' strur i eeeeeeeee W Tailor Your Coat, Draaa or Skirt PLEASDCO DTOIVIDUALITY , An outstanding social event of the present season will be tho Queen's Ppnelifprs' Ohrls'mas Shoppo, to be SHOCK nela Saturday, December 4, at 434 ABSORBERS SstFrenHmdRitt Fourth street. 'Mrs. B. S. Monohan afFert Cotmuf Service Station is President, and Mrs. Jobn Busche tittCaru Sd and Liberty meyor, Oenoral Cba'rman. The fol BETTER SHOES FOB lowing will have charge of the varl KY. HASSLER SALES CO. ous tables: LESS MONEY City Mrs. J. C. Hood, lingerie table. Main 3173 Mrs. N. P. Van Houtten, fancy SPALDBNG SHOE CO. pillows. Out of the High Rent District Mrs. George Bnrkley, children's Home, City 4998 droops. Cumb., Mala 490 EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Mrs. George Rankin, cakes. Alias Eleanor Harris, lancy ar Opea Evenings Until PALA.0I GLEANERS & DYE18 Nine O'clock ticles. Incorporated Miss Mary Roche, aprons. Beat Phone. City 4300 Miss Mamie Schubmaa, dolls. EXPERT CLEANERS OF IiARrBS Casab. Phone, Mala 3580-"'as Benlta Murphy, collars and AND OMNTLEMBN'S WEARING caffs. APPAREL M'es Margaret Malono, handkerHubbuch Sr. & Son Maaager chiefs. ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Dealers la S. W. Cor. Third aad Walnut Sts. LEXINGTON. WALL PAPER AKD XTJGI The marriage, of Miss Frances THE SISTERS OF CIIARITr OF FALLS CITY HALL BLIHL. Shouee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. NAZARETH ,ofifr,i n, 'oiiBe, of Lexington, 11M-11WEST MARKKT ST. Aaaouaee the Opealag of aai Laurie Blakely, of Covingtoa. was solemnized at St. Peter's church CALL US FOR KAZASXTH OOLLiai oa Wednesday morning of last week in the prentice of the Immediate ,861 SOUTH FOURTH STREET fMiU(M 'Tha MMmnnv was ntr. LOUISVILLE, KY. termed by the brother of the groom, Father H. Blakely, of Now Tor Further Information Call York. Mr. and Mrs. Shouae enter- FOR ALL PURPOSES Preeeatatioa Academy talaed with a wedding breakfast at Lafayette Hotel. Covers" were Keateeky Cowanmora Oil Ooeapaay the Iaia for tweaty. Tae left for lionlfivilb -- . Kentucky DR. A. H. kireii """i " mJ " come. XY2, XAK, XOJ5I, THROAT 2712-PIiones A & CHRISTMAS SHOPPE. JtKK Main 1813 ANDERSON, LUMBER Joseph Doors Sash ALL LUMBER CO Broadway andlHHJI CNBER SOW M Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where Mae Oil and Grease .. .. rae-rrBwr- r brigfeteet ; .- mm week aaeaa la la aa SHBHsssssM Where werk h atoaei Where- " the the I I itlsl ,4e4m Where eeokfcag m real aai Where VBSjBISSSB EDWARDt cole I bSj Where hakhnc Where sight "" Where the faatfe aaaaws That's Uht Bhrea trades la ryi- H- - Ea - WARD COMPANY, INOOMHMtA'nO r. Foolrni Armam LADIES'- TAILORS - er t, OMr OLAMES ADJUSTED gUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING FOURTH AND CHBSTNWT STS. Pkee Oitr 71 to (, T t I p. m. 'Hears u very bad. Dr A. Leae's, 334 Hast Maraet; treataaeat naipea me in a ahort tlnis. John Grleebaber, US Seatk Clay street. Nataral Reaae-die- s arasaseesefal la aay ease et etckaees. I was lajared through an aeeldent "a ararattara, MaataMa aaa atkar um Tori.Trn wartjr at xif ivs xw u Jw r Ojlek Heal where eeaaes the 1I lf W That's QaMc MeaP Hhete at aaseoiaxieir Inter paratee Ml COI.RMAN BUILDW O X. OOK. THIRD AND SVF JnftOM newnn & SLrvw VAAaajux. j. vii, ;Qalaac Meal GaejRaamaa Sale, ImmtmlUi aad Highly KseeaaaaaaMlaa w. MARKET 3T 215