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Kentucky Irish American 17. dens of vice cluster the town while thousands of negroes loaf during the Brerjr Drlrer LoriiTNto Taskia 1600 t Trmftr Incorporate n Htoort VOLUME XLVIi- - NO LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1921. -- PRICE FIVE CENTS. ciatlon'a members to buy only Amer ican made goods. The following message was ad dressed to President Eamonn De Valera: "Tho first national convention of the American Association for the LRecognition ot the Irish Republic as representing sembled In Chicago, 15,512 delegates, sends greetings to tho President ot tho Irish Republic and Dall Eireann and tender to tho Irish people through you our warmest congratulations upon the marvelous defense of the republic of Ireland created by tho sovereign will of her people and directly In consonanco with the soundness ot American principles. We pledge to you the moral and financial assistance of every liberty loving American to tho end that the republic of Ireland may be recognized by the nations of the world." Election of officers for the coming year completed tho business ot the convention. They are Preldent, E. L. Doheny, Los Angeles, and the following Vic Presidents: Justice John W. Golf, New York; Joseph Scott, Los Angeles; J. E. Murray, Butte; E. J. Dunne, Mason City; Mrs. Mary McWhortcr, Chicago; J. J. J. Louis Moran, Pittsburgh. Hearn, ot Westfield, Mass., was reelected Treasurer. daytime and burglarizo and assault citizens at night, nnd nro free from arrest even on tho charge of vagrancy. The other class of negroes who are bent on m'ovlng Into white Administration Plays Lone Hand in sections, sleeping In the same PullNEAR MAYOR LOSES CONTROL. mans, eating in the same restauTrying to Change" Our rants, going to the same theaters v . Time. and amusement places as the whites, are now determined to have their , Inning, and the Louisville News of. flclally records their views. The 1 Negroes Servo Notice- That Thoy Arc residents ot the West End aro served ' notice that the negroes accept their Marching on thcPromtsed defi and Shawnee Park and all of its surroundings will become tho gath Shawnee Land. him e'rlng place and residence of the as piring negro men and women. The Shawnee Welfare Club, of is which Ungrateful Crooks Expose Keystone- sued a J. C. "Morris is President,call circular two weeks ago Police . to Lauglilng and Ing for a gathering ot the white resJeering Public. idents to adopt means to protect their neighborhoods from nn Influx of inrllH'!' nrr r . PAk ?.'nr.:tri, 01i ''..-..fti.negroes, and President Morris called '"- itr-V.- ' &? ?r CVV&V'lV attention to the fact that negroes rv'f AND ALL HAVE AUTOMOBILES. were forcing tlw whites on "West L MATEjrZ-Jft "J Chestnut street block by block, goto Twenty-fift- h ing from Twenty-firs- t in a few years. President Morris Amid tho storm ot popular dis- further added that one could readily see in short tlmo tho western approval near Mayor 'Smith and tho part that our acity, especially our own of passed the "Siinwnco Land" will bo ruined for "reform" administration supposed daylight saving measure us for homes. The ILoulsvllle News, this week, heartily supported by tho negro newspaper, referring to Club, says Davy Rose and the machine Herald. the Shawnee Welfare "Casoarots they work while we or logical reasons were sleep," No sane and If propof comment was given" for support of the bill, the made on President Morris' letter public reading in the daily papers the News wouldn't go through the every now and then that Davy Rose malls. Tho News knows and the was fathering the bill, while all ot class of negroes It represents know matho railroads, the Postofllce and big that tho HeftrSoarcy-'ChHtomanufacturing concerns were bitter- chine leaders a havo'promised Shawnegro park exclusivenee Park as ly opposed to It. The Postofllce can ly if tho negroes unite and help not comply with the measure and elect a Republican Mayor again. give proper service, as the arrival' of And tho negroes have accepted the trains would .be too late for tho challenge ot the white people who the their carrier's second delivery every day. are fighting for as we homes infrom And the taxpayers, dissatisfied with the $2tax rate curve, call quote Carriers would go out on that run following defi, bags while on tho third the News: "They hnvo set tho limit with empty for a new pitcher. street for tho 'nigthey would bo loaded to the guards nt Twcnty-clght- h Thnt's alright, they set n deliv- gers.' and unable to make complete ' street five V eries. The railroads of course will limit nt Twenty-firs- t inarched years ago. Sherman tho 'bill of to pay no attention Smithy and his "reform" colleagues, through Georgia nnd raised tho concerns, devil. Niggers will march through business ninny nnd have churches, amusement places and Shawnee Land yet." Thus we negro private residences will keep on with) the official programme ot thofor Republicans and' something the ' nun w UIU NUIIU Binimmii RELIEF FUND GROWS. Thanks to Davy Rose, white citizens of the West End to railroads. the Government of tho United States, Smithy and tho General Council, ponder over. Wo seek your support as the quesno baser act or One can The progress of the campaign Louisville will now have crazy quilt gratitude think of displayed by tho tion of tho recognition of the Rethan that public of Ireland Is an American time and there will be endless con- - large congregation of crooks and throughout the country continues to fitnlnn iTmnueo ftf this nnnqrtnRical question It Is an American ques exceed all expectations of the Amergood legislation. Correct time evidently! burglars who make amidst, if not ican Committee for Relief In tion, one, for America to decide, a and it honest living in our Many States have already question vital to the foreign rela reans nothing to me uuy waur entirely disapprovei the old adago gone "over tho top" and aro Ably Pleaded nt Monster American tions of this country. Shall your crowd though, as tho City Hall clock among that more than double their Government conduct tho business on tho west side lias been just'ono Well, there Is honor least not thieves. Gathering ThlsTOVeck nt among quota, and there Isn't, at minutes later and policies affecting Ireland and it Is gratifying to learn hour nnd thirty-fiv- e Chicago America with tho elected representathan tho faces of tho clock pointing, tho little army of Louisville thieves. that Louisville and Kentucky are In Dr, W. First wo have the case of this IJst. Additional subscriptions tives of Irish people, duly accredited Jn tho other three directions S. Lockhart, by an Irish Parlalment, or shall you Just as was predicted in these minister, who a reputable Baptist received by Chairman Owen Sullicolumns, Judge Huston Quln will he otw.tb.0. Mon's 'with his colleagues van and Rev. John OJConnpr Incoatlnuo to receive the representa " Federation and tho clude tho followlngr dragged'-bf- f the CemrHof- - Appeatsj IrelamrTs En tlfietT tc (recognition "lives or tho black and tans as the Louisville Ministerial Association St. Louts custodians of law and order In Ire Bertrand church. bench to serve as tuo or near by President of tho United $904. G3; Our Lady, i?240; machine nominee for Mayor, worked hard for the success land?" Mayor Smith and the "reform" Heart, $18; St. James, $9; St.Sacred Mary He said there was only one gov and tho Republican speakers and boys. What happened? Ungrate States. Magdalene, $G, all of this city. campaign boosters have been ineminent today In Ireland, a repubcry. ful crooks who profit because 01 lic, and read a message from Presl Churches outside tho city reportstructed as to. the new battle Keystone police blow dent DoValera, saying, "tho terror They have been told by the Repu- our Dr. Lockhart's office, tho safe ed are Hardinsburg, $152; St. carrying blic,, mnMiinA hnKf to co forth and in o the will be Davlss county, $103.75; break Ic away money, valuables and $250 in St. Raphael, Davles county, $19; Resolutions Urge That President "ill weakening of our people." The any tell the public that they know tho Liberty bonds. His office was in Bards-towJfni'dlng Iscgotlnto Treaty Grayson speaker declared that England had "reform" administration under the; just Nolin, additional,county, $S; the i$5. robbed Ireland in the year ending near Mayor has made many mis-- , one block away from building Police With Ireland. 1920, $500,800,000 of March. Individual subscriptions wero St. taices; tnai ur, weicun tuoi6c Station and the City Central Then Hall. "Now," he said In conclusion, "that were true as to tho vice combine; Ingrates robbed Ben Brumleve, of Vincent de Paul Society of St. the foreign policy of your country that tho Keystone police haven't the Board of Works, threo straight Peter's, $100; Holy Rosary Academy, entertainment, $100; St. Vinfor the next four years Is about to been much force; that the "hick" all rec- times in two weeks, using pick- cent de Paul Society of St. George's, AMERICAN SUPPORT PLEDGED. bo laid down, let me say that Ire fire department axes to break in his feed store. $50; Miss Frances E. Wall. Springmilland will welcome an association ot ords for flro losses (over half a Mr. 'Crutcher nations. Ireland Is prepared to en- lion this four months); that the Then they robbed automobile the field, $40; J. T. Dugan, i$B; W. P. twice, stealing his tor Rimh nn association." KIrley, $5; M. J. Strlegel, $3r Cash City Hospital charged patients i$1.86 When the first annual convention por day while the taxpayers paid second tlmo, not leaving a clue. Mr. per Very Rev. J. P .Cronln, $3; The convention votedv to send Is also a member of the S. Denunzlo, $1; Mrs. Strange, $1. ot tho American Association for tne timnks to nil Senators Crutcher for a free hospital; that streets were Board of Works and 'In his activwar, Endorsement of the committee's Recognition of the Irish Republic mon wn0 j,av0 supported Ireland's in the worst condition since tho war; ities had all the chairs hauled free campaign came from Chief Justice convoned In Meulnan 'lempie in uni- - cause. An announcement that Con the Civil, not the European tyat trna rnfos. Ktreet car fares. to the IRepubllcan State convention Brantley, of Montana; Congressman cago on Monday nearly 5,000 ac- - gres3man A. J. Sabath, of Illinois, grounds. Of Leathcrwood, United States credited delegates, representing all nau introduced a resolution in the phone rates nnd tax rates are high-- . from the State Fair course the chairs belonged to tho Harrold and others, while toSenator narts of the United States, were TTnnsA nrnvMincr for asvlum In Amer- -Major or; iuui juub "" ot the State present. The convention was opened stowaway Lord Mayor for man and won't the public please for- taxpayersworry over but "reform" trifles. Last ganization Treasurer of a sister or- with an invocation uy consignor r. jca cork, tne lustily cheered was get all of the above and vote for him doesn't Montreal, Canada, in 0i Robenson, a leading camo the following letter from Sir J. O'Donnell, ot St. Mel's church applause greeted A atorm ot for Mayor. Of course Judge Quln weok Frank campaign contribuand an address of welcome by Mayor Father P. C. Yorke, of San Fran- dreads having to get on tho stump Republican and and robbed for the Arthur Currior President ot ad- tor, was beaten was In cfSCOi wn0 wa8 particularly elo- Wllllam. Hale Thompson, and University: and defend near Mayor Smith's third time, and furthermore wo ministration, and right off the reel now "One's heart goes out to all those an enthusiastic mood from the start. qUent. hear ot many burglaries right who suffer from want, and partic Justice John W. Goff, of New York, "They have pictured Ireland," he ho will have to olther defend the Keystone ipollcomen's homes, ularly to those whose unfortunate the patriarch of was woman, present misfit administration or de- In tho of having lost their condition arises from circumstances elected Permanent Chairman. Mayor saiathe an an oldwithered, who sits many old, Atlantic, Dy nounce it entirely. His greatest motorman them conductor badges and was received with cheor- - oreu wlth black and rusty weeds. dread is ot public opinion demanding and street car punches by the raids beyond their control. It Is unfor tunately true that many In Ireland Ing when he said: she mumbles to herself as she looks that he resign rrom mo uouri ol mi-, the ungrateful "In these days when there has out up0n the deserted strands and today find themselves so placed, peals bench If he desires to run for. of On top of this crooks. Intho burglar been so much discussion about our old days kings 'came in Mayor ot "Louisville. But he owes and their condition calls for grates seem disposed to show how practical sympathy and -- help. our debt to other natlojis the people of tells how her the how great soldiers to court and allegiance to the I .. on easy It is to fool the poor old Key- hope j .. .ll,1n that your movement may be which aided us to establish our own loved her, and she sighs when she raacnine anu muai uewue. ,trlir, stone police. On account of burg- the means of furnishing some meas Independence, I hope that the Amer- - hears tho turning ot the tide. But unhappy lot Is Judge Quln's laries extra Keystoners had been ure of assistance." lean people will not forget tho aid as the waves cojmo rushing In, and Another worry pf the Kenthe we had from the people of. Ireland n3 the white horses beat up against machine Is tho negro Repub- placed InConrt,neighborhood of homo and yet tho GO por sington when that people stubbornly resisted the land, sho sees In every one of VATICAN'S SAMPATHX. lican voters that comprise M. ILevy was cleaned out of Louis for military them tho figure of a young man British conscription; cent, ot the Republican vote In or more. And tune of if tho machine had Its way to the near tho $400 of Mrs. "If any . English politician bases service against Anierlca nnd when ayo some of thorn are old from home It would run tho negroes out ot town right Pnrimv waa robbed of valu his hope for crushing the Irish na- those who wero drafted against tholr across the seas, but most of them help from the Vatican, he Is will Joined the American army as the flower of her own youth, who every uay out iwu ru&iBuuwuu of, tion on. 4100. And both n.,,.1 doomed to disappointment," de quickly as they could to help us fight have come to her on their white election day as they are consider- ables worth II.. I t n..n..1.l 1... wufc lucst? In able embarrassmofct at other times. comedy wr wiiiK buuuci jj Cun- clared Arcnuisnop juanmx, oi aus for our freedom. ilo every way in horses to cast off tho old seaweed cops. Capt. so, tho Irish fr0m her neck and make the to London which they could tralla, who returned Now for Instance, Tobe Hert, Ches ningham was quoted In James Courier-Journthe showed tbor sympathy and rock blossom In Ireland." from Rome on Monday. "Ireland and tho Chesley Club boya would saying that "the burglike to have lots of.socIal functions lars mustashavo automobiles." Why will not lack .tho sympathy which a spirit of helpfulness In our great i The convention ended Tuesday with adoption of resolutions In fa- for the white Republican women, bless your heart, Jim,' they can't tho Pope extended to Poland and days of need." they Further hut thoy are arrald Ifschool do some help from having automobiles, as Belgium. The Vatican's traditional .Congressmanaddresses were maue oy vor of Erin's fight for Independence, teachers JameA. O'Connor, of which road:,- policy, being one of neutrality, it of tho aspiring negro ' "That the Irish Renubllc is. and cars havo been stolen and society leaders from Darktown enough Louisville the past fow will not seek to advance dominion Louisiana: Donal O'Callaghan. Mayor will Intrudo themselves on tho affair around to give every crook In this home rulo against tho declared will ot Cork; John JJ .Fltzpatrlck. of 0f right is entitled to be, a free sov- years The coming Chicago; jhiss Anna waisn, sisier- - erelgn nation., That it is entitled to and brenk up the party... The ma- city a car or two ior business or of the Irish people. of Thomas MacCurtaln, first recognition by tho President of the chine leaders'seo that only a few pleasure, or both, and crooks find elections will again enow the coun bo a sovereign state, lnde Lord Mayor of Cork under the Irish white Republican women can beprofitable to try's demand for complete is by Republic; Miss MaojSwInoy, the Rov. Unted States as It both pleasant and and said association hereby respectgathered together, most of them nendence. The way to peace ot ing wives of officials and others are work underneath the nosesmust our the immediate withdrawal of the Peter C. Yorke. of San Francisco; fully urges the President to confer be "Mrs. Mary McWhortor, National upon such nation and tho Governll of the Republican Keystone police. But it on tho ana con- Invading army and the of acknowl President of the Women's Auxiliary, ment thereof the recogn'ition ot the self-d- e headquarters, and they all look with galling to the odeement of tho right how kind ductors to think that Congressman William E. Government of the United States of A. O. on Jealous eyes on tho. big gatherings of they have been to theafter burglars they termination, and negotiations Man-ni- a Mason, H.; Illinois, mnd others. ot America in accordance with tho Democratic women and tho enthusibasis of equality." Archbishop The keynote speech of tho conven- practice and iforms heretofore estabasm displayed by young girls who are dally being exposed to a critical who will leave for Australia soand Jeering public. "Shaprer than about the middle of May, charac tion wna rinllvarnrl ihv Harrv J. Bo- - lished by the Government of the aro making much of the dances, inDe cials, picnics and excursions ot the a serpont's tpoth Is the sting of terized as "clumsy English propa j land, secretary tta Eamonn ap- United States in granting recognition to other states, peoples, governganda" the New York report quot- Valera, and was rfcpelved with Democratic clubs. Tobe, Ches and gratitude." ing Cardinal Dougherty as saying plause by the Immense gathering, ments, and nations. Matt stand around Republican headjnSSION. PLEASED WITH "And the President ds also hereby quarters moaning tho lack of women that Archbishop Mannix, while at and was In part asjfollows: comes r i respoctfully urged to notify the Pres"Across the wide Atlantic voters Interested and muttering pas- Rome, advocated a compromise set(Rev. Father Ackermann, 'the o about those (troublesome tlement ot the Irish question. He a call .from the fend whence yo ident of the Irish Republic to aptor,, and Rev. Fathers Clark and declares that ho is satisfied that the sprang, sumomnlng ydu bone of point duly accredited commissioners niggers." or ambassadors to negotiate with Now for the negroes' point tof Flnnerty, the able and eloquent Do- Cardinal did not make the state- her bone and flesh of her flesh appealing in cloar a)id noble tones to the President ot tho Unltpd States view, and tho Kentucky Irish Amer- minican preachers, were greatly ment attributed to him. her scattered children to rally to her such treaty or treaties as may be ican presents the official attitude ot pleased with the results of the two nt St. In this desperate h)Hr of trial. Ful- how In .existence botween the GovFORTY HOURS. the negro 'Republicans In Louisville weeks' mission given morning Philip It aply onscioifs that your allegiance ernment of the United States and today as reflected iby the Louisville Neri chunffi. Sunday News, a negro newspaper edited and peared as it every ia&n in the parish With Impressive ceremony the must be to the great land ot Amer- the Governments ot the most favored sacraForty Hours' Adoration will begin ica we approach yo In the name ot nations." owned by William Warley. who was present to approach the ma- ment, and In the evening the church with high mass tomorrow morning Ireland to seak your support for Copies ot the resolution were dis fought the chine until he was appolntedLIcense was thronged when the Papal bless- at St, Frances of Rome church, Clif- your motherland, pleading with you patched to President Harding and to Inspector, the first time In the his- ing was 'given. Father Ackermann ton. Rev, Father Riley, the pastor, to band yourelYi together to use members ot Congress. A .message that liberty was sent to Senator Lodge, Chairtory of Louisville this Job was ever spoke In high praise of the mission- will direct the services, which will your united man of the Foreign Relations Com' held, iby any other than a whke man. aries and the spirit they had awak- conclude on Tuesday. Sermons will may not perish) aid that the toy Ireland nuiiec. atmiuK iu auuuun ui iue atrugg! Encouraged by "Howdy Ed" Morrow ened, while they in turn expressed be preaehad by pMtors from city adminis- appreciation of the MrnMisets ex- ehorchM and a large attendance may 1 aonwmauiMn la taa raeog- - mownvent for recognition. nd the nltioa f the JttpM iU of Ireland by Another resolution urged the aseo- tration, Eegro gambling dives and hibited by ,tb congregation. mr b lookd tor. "REFORM" ST II CONVERT Begging - - to JjLGHgSLE Yj"jyrHE bushes;") Ttake Bh fT outi" JYvT?lf w "put in jt m,hback For Irish Sponsor Significant Incident of St. Louis Retreat. In Army Against Irish .and Sill '-: flHBHHR ''ta&S-II1 1 Mt i.Z23Ujs7 J' Nrrll .yl mm Af Served Had Fought nt Vinegar Hill. A Striking Example For the Men nnd Nations of Our Day. : r:i'M MC?r& TWO SIGNIFICANT ELEMENTS. vvfe n M w i ERIN'S CAUSE Ire-lau- d. sub-scrlbj- I -- ! -- ,t -- n, Inter-Southe- rn has-broke- and-Concr- ii o- Knox-Loo- t, Mc-GI- on Lou-ieii- ia Joso-nViIr- m -- sham-peop- le al In-la- w pay-ro- x, "dog-gon- , ', ,trtth lol RptltH ngd cen-tttrl- ed (TheUnlted States Catholic Maga-zln- o and Monthly Review, published at Baltimore, in its issuo for April, 184G, gleaned from tho Catholic HONOR ANOTHER BARRY. News Letter, a weekly ot thoso days, an Item which has a particular sigHis many Louisville friends and nificance at present. According to were tho report printed in tho magazine former newspaper associates news came named, a retreat had boon conductmuch gratified wheh from Washington that Robert Bar- ed by tho Rev. Father Larkln, S. J ry, formerly of "this city but now In St. Louis, lasting two weeks. At representative of the Philadelphia tho end of the first week, says the Public Ledger in Washington, had Catholic News Letter, five converts number of wero baptized, In tho church of St. received tho highest votes at the biennial election by the Francis Xavler, all of them being corps of Washington correspondents adufl'ts. Among the number of those ot a standing committee to serve receiving baptism, thus runs tho h during the life of the story In the News Letter, "was a Congress. The standing committee venerable old man, a native of Engwho land, whoso conduct exhibits one ot Is composed of five members aro authorized to govern the ad- tho most beautiful exemplifications to the of genuine Catholicity we have over mission ot correspondents press galleries ot Congress, such known. as more than seventy authority' being derived from the years of ago, had been for many Speaker of the House and tho Rules years a member of the national Committee of tho" Senate. Other church, .and had served in the army members ot tho new committee will against tjie Irish, in what is called be Charleses. Albert, New York tho .rebellion of '98. He had fought World; Roy A. Roberts, Kansas at Vinegar Hill, where his hands City Star; Gus J. Karger, Cincin- were deeply stained with the blood and Arthur-Sea- rs nati Times-Staof his fellow men." When this man Hennlng, of the Chicago Tribune, camo forward to bo baptized, the which they story continues, he begged that being iho order In that stood when tho ballots were count- somo Irishman stand sponsor for ed. Only Karger and Hennlng were him, observing that, "as ho had elected from tho old committee. fought against the Irish people, and against their religion, being now, by ANOTHER HOLY NAME SOCIETY. the mercy of God, converted to that faith In which they had always Monday night a large gathering ot persevered, he wished to offer the Hall only atonement, besides repentmen assembled at Windthorst and organized another promising ance, it wa3 in his power to do, branch of the Holy" Vame Society. R. by a public testimony ot his love for E. Vaughan, who presided as Chair- a nation whom early bigotry had man, outlined the objects of the taught him to hate. He now realsociety-ntho spiritual benefits to ized itho value of a universal faith, bo derived from membership. R. D. and universal love. He could not Thornbury acted as Secretary and be a Catholic without Jovlng his read off a list of nearly 200 names neighbor as himself." for the charter list. Tho spirit inWhat a wonderful example of a stilled by Itev. Father Ackermann, slncero conversion, and what a pastor, and the Dominican mis- striking example for men and nathe sionaries, (Fathers Clark and tions in,, our clay. There aro two was manifest upon all sides significant elements 'in this Incident following officers were when the tho convert realized that there elected: President, Dr. D. E. Abra- had been a strong religious prejuE. dice Involved In his erstwhile anR. President, Vice ham; Vaughan; Secretary,- R. D. Thorn-bur- tagonism and open hostility to the" Henry Pflestor; Irish, . and that It was necessary to Treasurer, Marshal, John Monahan. Messrs. overcomo and renounco It; and M. A. McGee, John J. Ryan and G. further, having eliminated E. Creagh wero appointed a commlt-tn- n man was prepared to tho tn ilrnft Aftdr ex tear out of his heart whatever ot tending an Invitation to Fathers national and racial hatred had existClark and Flnerty to be present nt ed and might still remain. We can tho next meeting adjournment was not help wishing and praying that mndo tn MnndnV nicht. when those the spirit evidenced by this man who wero not present will bo en of English birth might become unirolled. versal today. For there can be no lasting peace unless thero be a real And as the Holy reconciliation. PLAN MAONOTCEXT HOME. Father has pointed out, thero can Specifications for a $600,500 bo no real reconciliation of men and Council. nations and races unless there be a iLnuiavIllo Vinma fnr Knights of Columbus, are in tho change of heart, a change from the hands of Architect J. J. Gaffney, present attitude to one ot true according to an announcement by Christian charity. C. B. of C. V. Secretary .S. R. Hardman. The building committee obtained ,a loninety day option on property TRADING WITH IRELAND. cated on the northwest corner of Third street and Broadway, which The external trade of Ireland has been submitted to the council was In 1919 valued for appicval, and will likely be purfar tho highest figure yet rechased from Frank G. Breslin, tho corded. It will, therefore, ho seen owner. More than $250,000 has al- that thero Is graet scope for the ready been subscribed, andlt Is ex- development of direct trado relapected that $80,000 additional will tions with foreign countries, parbe realized f.om tho sale of the old ticularly tho United States. The rrme at 81G S ulh Fourth street. people, esepclally tho Catholics, are most anxious to conduct business FEAST OF ST. PAUL. on a larger scale with Amorlca. Tho now announcement that another Tho fathers at thqr Sacred Heart service In direct trading botween Retreat, Newburg road, will cele- Ireland and the United States, tho brate the feast day of the founder North American S. S. Company, Of tho Passionist Order with special have arranged to run steamers beservices on Thursday, April 28. A tween Irish porta and Boston, has solemn high mass will be sung at Klven Immense satisfaction. The 9 o'clock, with a panegyric op the first trip to tho port of Cork will Xasaint preached by Rev. Father take place about tho middle of vler, C. P. In the afternoon at 3 March. The Hollands Steamship o'clock there will bo solemn benedic- Company Is now making Dublin a Sacrament. port of regular call1 and steamers tion ot tho Blessed After the morning and afternoon from Amsterdam and Rotterdam aro services there will be blessing with oxpected to arrive every ten or the rolic and distribution of St. twelve days when cargo for tho rePaul's water. Tho ladles of tho turn voyage will bo accepted. A Altar Society will serve refreshments freight service has already been In St. Agnes school building. established between Ireland and France, and In connection with this FROM ROME. the practical suggestion has been made, in view of tho national pil.The Associated Press cables from grimage to Lourdes this year, that Rome that no new American Car- a passenger steamer should be madb dinal will be created alt the June available for tho members of the Consistory. This was confirmed at pilgrimage. Lourdes is only a three- the Vatican on Sunday. South liour railway Journey from Bor American diplomats are using their deaux. ' best efforts with tho Holy See for representation of their countries In VINCENTIANS. According to tho 'Sacred College. reports, the Most Rev. John Joseph Last Sunday afternoon a gatherOlonnon, Archbishop ot St. Louis. ing of members of the St. Vincent Is tho prelate most likely to suc- do Paul Society that filled Knights ceed the late Cardinal Gibbons. ot Columbus Hall heard Rev. Francis Martin, of St. Patrick's church, RECOVERED. deliver an address that held the closest attention and received high The many friends of Leo J. Wag- commendation. Secretary Bohan ner, who was .for ten days under read tho conference reports, showtreatment for blood poisoning at Sts. ing that each was doing good work Mary and Elisabeth Hospital, will be among the sick and poor and had greatly relieved to learn that he has 'dispensed much relief. President fully recovered and was able the John Doyle occupied the chair and flret of the week to return to his wae happy in his address before tke home, 932 South. Sixth street. enrollment ot new member's. Sixty-seventHo-wr, d Fln-orty, - y; e, hv-law- s. $1,G75,-000,00- 0, -- JCEIrrJOBrS' L. 7 April of Entertainment SU Anthony's Hospital Sewing So EVERY SATURDAY. PUBLISHED ciety afternoon and evening. ad CtthoUcs ol Iflih Amtilcao May 2 Minstrels and vaude rwtd to th Sodil and byMortl Advaoement Hibernians, Young Mea's ville In St. William's school hall, Ancient Order of Officially Indorsed Thirteenth and Oak. Institute and Catholic Knigni 101 America. May 12 Moonlight excursion of KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incctpotti. Publishers Qolumbla Athletic Club, on steamer island queen. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLE COPY 5c May 12 St. Denis parish May festival and roast pig and chicken Matter. Entered at the Loulivllle Po.toHlce supper. Witt tllnrty Strut IRISH AMERICAN, May 0 Annual May festival Merits All Cossawlcattons tfl Uw KENTUCKY 26-21-- IKiJSHT AJMCEX2LXCA.S: KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKflN. COMING EVENTS. Jackson Democratic Club Strauss Clothes For Spring WILL GIVE A DANCE IN THE ytwr ' TYLER HOTEL AUDITORIUM f i Ql 'sttfe Are Here Wednesday, April 27. W- - With Extra Trousers! Newest styles, latest patterns and from our own New York and Rochester factories direct to you, each Suit with Two Pairs of Trousers. hand-tailored. Secood-Cle- Speeches by Mrs. Ben S, Washer and Hon. W. Dancing to start at 8:30 p. m. sharp. Davies. 319-32- 1 19-2- of Sewing Circle of Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, in academy OPEN FOR BUSINESS CTAM5 U"fl COUNCJjt LOUISVILLE, KY WHOSE OX? auditorium. May 26 Ann's church, afternoon and even ing. AAAA AAAAA May .festival of St. NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1921 -- AAA A AAAJiAK A A AAA& President Harding, Secretary of State Hughes and Secretary of Labor Davis are all three members of the Baptist church, which fact wor rles no one, and is told only to cite what a turmoil there would be In any If Baptist circles especially three of the Presidential Cabinet There Is a little were Catholics. clique of Baptists In the South led d Western by the and Its followers in this cltv. who see red every time the name of Catholic is mentioned With three Baptists at the head of our Government and not a single Catholic in the Cabinet these esniug-face- d Christians ought to free us worry now about the Pope from controlling America. narrow-mindeBe-cord- er HIGHEST TYPE CITIZEN. editors, public men and ministers of the Gospel Gibhave, In speaking bons of venerated memory, declared him to be an American citizen of the very highest type. Not only a good and loyal citizen, but of the highest type. This admission should tho silence, If anything could threadbare slander that a Catholic can not be a good American. In connection with the honest admis sion and truthful declaration that Cardinal Gibbons was the very high est and best type of" an American citizen, don't fall to remember that he was In favor of the freedom ana Independence of Ireland. One of his last utterances was an appeal In be half of the suffering people of that outraged country. So the best of American citizens has set an example In this respect as well as in others. Many non-Catho- for the has no fourteen points He believes, in world to adopt. America first. Wo should not be AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Indifferent to tho welfare of EuCharles Monlcke, of St. Louis, paid rope; but neither should we una flying visit to Louisville relatives dertake tho direction of affairs this week. there. 'We have plenty of troubles Robert' O'Brien Durrett, of Pres-toni- a, of our owm Those who find ifault has gone to Hart county for with the vagueness and apparent tho summer. George Hagan has foeen entertainIndecision of tho President should ing his mother, Mrs. W. B. Hagan, remember that he faces the most of New Haven. difficult problems in the nation's Miss Edith Shea, of Chicago, has history. Before them a certain dif- been vlBltlng here as the guest of is Miss Marlon Green. fidence and lack of Mr. and Mrs. Leland O'Callaghan fitting. We hope that President week-en- d visit to Harding will do his share toward and sonat made a Prestonia. friends solving the difllcult problems of tho Mrs. George Sutton was last week day. But we do not expect him to the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cbas, J. do everything. Only time and hon- Coyle at Now Haven. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hanley had est endeavor can settle the quesas guests last tions that now press for settlement. John Welch, of week Mr. and Mrs. s Paris. We have confidence In the ultimate Mrs. John McAteo left last week triumph of right in America. And to visit her daughter, Mrs. James we believe- that President Harding Wintersmith, at Ada, Okla. Mrs. Philip O'Bryan, who spent will do his share in assuring this several wcof at Sts. Mary and Eliztriumph. abeth Hospital, has returned home. Tho engagement of Miss Frances VERY SORE. C. Ditto and Ralph D. Bruner, popular residents of Crescent Hill, has Sir Edward Carson is today prob- been announced. ably the most disappointed politiJohn Cunningham and wife, of Incian in the British Empire. Some dianapolis, have been spending a time ago Sir Edward resigned the week with R. Parkerson and family in South Louisville. anleadership of "Ulster," and Mrs. Jasper Hagan, South Louisdid not intend to ville, returned last week from Penounced that he retain any connection with Ireland. oria, 111., where she visited her son, We said at tho time that Carson Edward Hagan, and wife. Mrs. Martin J. Donahue left Sunknew his party could not maintain day for Washington to attend the Its ascendency In "Ulster," conse- D. A. R. convention and be the quently ho thought it best to get guest of her mother for the week. out while the going was good. We Mr. and Mrs. Martin McGee had now know that Sir Edward had an- as visitors the past week Mrs. George B. Hagan and Misses Alice other motive, namely, he wanted to and Lucille Bowling, of New Haven. be free to work for the leadership "Peter enTory party on the retirement gagementColeman announces theMiss of the of his daughter, of Bonar Law. The Tories, how- Catherine Coleman, to Francis Z. ever, would not have him; the Donovan, of Cairo, 111. The wedding hqnor was given to Austen Cham- will take place in May. Dr. Edmund berlain, and therefore Sir Edward nand, Ind., who Metzger, of Ferdiwas here to attend boys say very cock-sureness SOCIETY. Womea's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small margin and utmost value. $2S J. B. am! $30 & OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED STRAUSS kAA AAAAAA&AJckArkici CO. 236 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Fourth and Jefferson Next to Buschemeyer's i- 329 WEST JEFFERSON STREET "Tho Store That Made tho Penny Famous." WALL PAPER PHONE 2635 lc Per 0MLOlO2nBIE, MARKET STIIEET. MoDO?CEII NINTH AND Wanted - Enough for Itoom 14x14, Sido Wall and Border, 02c. Send for Sample. Uouso Floor Paint $2.10 Per Gallon. Free A $100 Phonograph. Send for Particulars. of Louisville, Roll and Up. PULS DRY CLEANING CO. 5- - 421 W. Chestnut Street e Men's Suits $1 .75 Men's Three-Piec- e Suits $2.00 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Two-Piec- For Forty Years a Wall Paper Center A Young Ky. Lady to Represent Us in Your City. Women Flee With Babies From Ravaged Lisburn CLEANING-Our FXJRS and - Quality Service Motto. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' We Muko a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phone CHy 4693 Phono City 4503 FIRST COMMUNION PICTURES Prices low and qualify good venuon work. OUJR SPECIALTY commercial We also do all kinds of and con- - OXfcB 421 West Jefferson Street. . OJEKTOD STUDIO, BETRAYER Is "eore," as the sore Indeed. West End Sheet Metal Works Itoof Painting and Chimney Pointing a Specialty. Spouting and Guttering. 3011) West Market Street Phone Shawnee 1420-- L J. 13. WELSH, MANAGER. Foxy England tied up the Allies GIVEN GOOD START. during ths war. All did her bid With tho approval of Bishop ding. Then peace came and there When the town or Lisburn was sacked too many other ruined towns in Ireland general agreement, part O'Donaghue, plans 'for tho .building was another in August, 1920, two hundred and thirty-tw- o demanding help for that country to were discussed of which was that there would be of a Catholic church of the popu- longer 6upiort Lisburn. householders, To supply money to alleviate such lation, half of whom were Protestant and no recognition of the Russian soviet and ofilcers elected at a meeting of St. Benedict's Church Commithalf Catholic, were forced to flee from acute distress the American Committee republic. First Franco refused to the at the Alfred S. Brandels School tee their homes. Roused from sleep by the for Relief in Ireland has been formed. It trade with Russia, then the United riast week. Several large subscrip fires, half clad women snatched up their is an organization of American business terrified children and tramped to Belfast, and professional men started for the States took similar action. English tions wero made toward the fund of to ho necessary in search of shelter. When they arrived purely humanitarian purpose of saving statesmen were In the habit con $45,000 estimated of the combined in that city, their bare feet were bleed- children and women from starvation. It for the building stantly of referring to the founders church, school and parish house deing. They and their families were ex- needs $10,240,000 to carry out its program. A campaign for this fund is now of the new republic as murderers, cided on. Ofilcers were elected as hausted. Lisburn is still in ruins, its business m progress under the direction of Captain cut .throats and tyrants. On March follows: Chairman, Otto E. Ernst; Marchand; completely stoppedj. Since August the John F. Lucey, Mr. Hoover's first aide 16 a trade agreement was signed in Vice Chairman, L. C. Otto Wirth; inhabitants have been living on a fund in Belgian relief. Contributions should Financial Secretary, London between the "Government Recording Secretary, J. P. Long, uurumor.j . be sent at once to John F. PuUeyn, administered by a organization in the Ulster cap- treasurer, 1 West 34th Street, New of the Russia Socialist Federal Sov- and Treasurer. G. P. Wahle. The - Mr. and Mrs Charles Mehler an nounce tre marr ital. That fund is now gtjne. There are Yotfc iet Republic" and tho British Gov Women's" Auxiliary will hold a May ter, Miss Evelyn tire of thfilr ilnnirh MeLler, to Robert Festival on the site of the proposed m. ernment, toeether with a declara .finK, which took place at St. church iMay 25 and 26. tion of recognition of claims signed A building committee to decide on Philip Neri's, the Rev. Father Ack- by M. Krassln and Sir .Robert Home, the final plans for the church was erman officiating. Immediately after me ceremony on their President of the British Board of to bo elected at a meeting Friday ding trip to they left Wayne, wedFort Ind., nigut. Trade. No better evidence is needed whero they will spend several weeks. trusted, to show England can not be Miss Katherlne Hasselwander enJEFFERSONVIIiLE. tertained the Eunoe 500 Club Saturespecially where her own selfish inday afternoon at her home on RoseDaughters of Isabella of terests are concerned. The members are received holy communion wood avenue. In a body Sunday morning at St. Antoinette Simon, Mary Elizabeth MUST BE FREE. Campbell, Geneva Clephas, Margaret Augustine's church, preparatory to a class of thirty-fiv- e Brocar, Mary Louise Bryant, CathDespite the talk of peace and of the initiation of In the candidates afternoon. erine Campbell, Evelyn Quire, Miltruces In Ireland, hostilities there Following the Initiation the annual dred Dugan, Katherlne Hasselwanhave not abated during the past few banquet was heldat night. This der. Mrs. Annie weeks. We read of murders and was preparedby by Paul Brlnkman marriage of Ratigan announces the young men of the her daughter. and served Miss as fre- congregation. burnings Just "reprisal" The toastmaster Mary Agne3 Ratigan, to P. H. Geis-lequently as ever. We believe that was Miss Katherlne Realey, Past of Birmingham, Ala. The o tho situation is growing more seri- Regent, who was happy in intro ons, was performed by Father Lyof St. Louis Bertrand church. ous every day. One thing is cer- ducing the speakers, who were Miss Mr. and Mrs. Gelsler left immo,u. Maud Craig, Rev. Michael Halpln. tain: The policy of British terror- Charles WUlis, Miss Rose Kav- - ately after the ceremony for Bir- overcome the spirit of anaugh, Miss Irene Gllhooley and jumBnam, wnere they will ism can not make fredom In the people of Ireland. Miss Alleen Kerrigan. Two hun- luoir uome, The marriage of Miss Margaret Lloyd George may sanction murder dred enjoyed the banquet", many being "u iiaragan took place ol and his Infamous "Black and Tans" bany. from Louisville and New Al at fat.,B Charlesnyof Borromeo church may commit the most savage atrocToday the degree team, consist- Tuesday morning with a nuptial Ireland will yet be free. ing of Misses Maifd Craig. Kather mass, the ceremony being performed ities, but lne Healy, Mamie MoAulitfe, Mar by Rev. Father Raffo. Following a garet E. nines and alary Angela wedding breakfast at the home of PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Sweeney, will go to Jasper, Ind., to the bride's mother the young couple left on a bridal tour to Niagara Initiate a large class Sunday. The True Voice finds It hard to Falls and other points East. On their return they will go to houseSUCCESSFUL SHSSION. get at the real significance of "Prekeeping. A group of American members of the nas, C. J. France, brother of the U. S. sident Harding's message to Con Miss Mary Agnes Gruber and "Society of Friends jwho are now in Ire- Senator from Maryland, Samuel Duff gross. Newspaper headings flatly . The men's mission .at St. Louis land as individuals investigating condi- McCoy. On reports sent in by these Bertrand's church closed Sunday James T. Grace will be contradict each other as to the with an edifying sight at both tho marriage at St. Cecelia'sunited in tions with a view tc- assisting in the alle- men, who are all experienced in relief church viation of the acut distress. They are: work, is based the appeal of the American mpanlnir of the President on our morning and evening services. At next Wednesday afternoon at 4 for Relief in Ireland fori foreign relations. There 1b no the 7:30 o'clock mass 675 men re ociock. The fcride-to-tis the standing, from left jo right, R. Barclay Committee for Its program of relief and Wilbur, William Price, $10,240,000 Spicer, opposes the. League ceived holy communion with 'the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew John C.Oren B. sUtisg. Philip W.Pur- - reconstruction. doubt that he Balw; many uruoer, of 2117 Duncan street, and Hoiy rsame society, while of Nations covenant and that he is others were compelled to attend the prospective groom is-- a branch in favor of a declaration of peace earlier services. In the evening the manager lor the Quaker Maid Gro TRINITY COUNCIL. a nit wltir the big gathering. Ed Papal blessing was given by Very eery Company and is a former res by Congress. But he does not Scnaefer's jazz band furnished the . .... ., mgnt was Monuay any definition in the declaration Rev. Father Fannan, and 125 new ident of Philadelphia. Ainieuc, night" at Trinity Council) hall, Bax musical Drosrramme. into the ouT future policy toward other members wero received of Holy Name Society. ter and .Morton avenues,, and quite a EVERYBODY INVITED. YOUNG FOLKS PARTY, nations. This he holds to be the gathering was present when Pres -A departK, Bcker turned the Vavel' ., The annual children's party and social party will bo given to ident V. function of the executive ARCHCONFRATERNITY. friends and visitors at St. Patrick's over to James B. Kelly, who acted. ment of our Government. Some forward to as Chairman aud At the Sacred Retreat on Hall on take it that he favors the treaty Sundaytheafternoon Heart3:30 o'clock o'clock. Monday afternoon at 2:30 athletic ifeatures. toastmaster of "pre witu much interest, will tako place (Medals were at The arrangements are in next Tuesday evening in the K. of of Versailles with reservations. the Archconfraternlty of the Passion hands of the Juniors, but they sented to George nut and the other C. HalL Others that he repudiates all that will hold its monthly meeting. All promise all the seniors who may members of the "firinlty relay race nfes done there by President Wil- those who have made application for cpme a very pieasant tima dames team who won honors in the recent TREAT and entertainments of. various meet, by special '(tribute was paid A treat is in IN STORE. .members son. We rather think that he fa- membership should be present, as and store for Mr. Kelly and George of there will be a reception of new Kinds, most fastidious Ruf the Dovelop-meat- e St. Helena's Club vor a waiting . policy. members. The sermon will be tastes, will be provided, and will Buechel, at the Amateur Federation, must determine our altitude preached by Very Rev. Father start with the opening of the doors who was present as an honored! Da addressed at their meeting ey win nf nt nen in the at 2;30. Tho concluding feature guest. Mr. Bueehbl made a short toward the nations of Burope, and Leander, C. P. of the afternoon' roundDf pleasure address on the importance of ama- - "uo"um or presentation Acad- of America from all the freedom andVwae followed by will be an appetizing hot dinner; "' "UBTlv vvemmann, or w-MKtfOIUAL aiASS. ' ulana. The Hawaiian Quintette will of leagues or a c TjotiJ mfh a ioivwith chile, that will" be served beW much to the enjoyment of of nations must be main A memorial mass will .be said for tween the hours of 4:30 and 7. On bowling'and whatia aid that game f'80 v louuonus pressing " was m tained. This, we believe, Is a sensi- Cardinal Gibbons at Holy Ttosary the way home frog, work stop in, Following t)0O8tiHg rrriaity council. ' "" d AlnariAmv tnmnrrnv at 1 iVIiutlr enjoy youreelvee for a while, and y?1 ? aInstrumental .numbers.a the tall good time last Sunble attitude for the President lo this servioe feeag arranged by the satisfy the craving that has been t.nrin Kntitai- voJ i.iri ni tTian Hikers bad take. He" does not- - claim oaante- - alumBBA. and all main liars sra n. ersatad fav ttoft dav'a hard vnrlr. Chalrmn John OnnMt d his com- -' dRy Vfln, despite the inclement iney reaeaea uunean, ihs. Hel queeted to be preeest. Everybody is incited. that made mlttee furnisne4-cieaoe h international affairs, one-thir- the Staje dental convention, spent tho week-en- d as the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Hannah Wagner. Tho Jackson Democratic Club will entertain with a dance at the Tyler Hotel next Wednesday evening, following short addresses by W. W. Davies and Mrs. Ben Washer. Miss Clara Angemler gave a card party Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss Susan Slmrall, Winchester, who camo the first of the week to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robertson King. E. M Lawler and bride, who was Miss Helen Scrobanck, are now receiving their friends at their home on Kenwood Hill. Their marriage took place at St. Aloyslus church. Rev. Father O'Grady performing the TINNERS d LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More 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 tbt people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND n, al CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS FOR HOUSES A SPECIALTY Proctor-Mitche- ll 703 Co. MAIN 2679; CITY 2098 American Committee Inspecting Need for Relief in Ireland REPUBLIC BLDG. H. J. JANSEN'S DANCING ACADEMY Jeffer-sonvll- le Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights Homo Phono, City 7720 Private Instructions by Appointment r, mar-rlag- Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated Ofr0$0tl FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS. "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pics, Cakes, Meats E"X O E COFFEE 819 SOUTH FTFTH STREET 004 SOUTH FOURTH STREET In Middle of Square Near. Broadway PRICES REASONABLE PROMPT SERVICE HENI eeee CORRECT The Crystal Optical Co. 611 S. Fourth 512 W. Walnut. 741 E. Chestnut - MAKERS MACARONI OF FITTING GLASSES SPAGHETTI 1 Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Cbas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. oe EGG NOODLES fa-y- or I PENDBNNIS A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. (h1 hie. X"llT"LrZZ?ls?1: P J.sV"LJ Cf Opens a Savings inAccount at the Largest and th State. Oldest Bank National BanK of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. to-su- lt MjOT-geverame- - '?' hf three-roun- - a 2 rt I ww, -- Clay and Fulton Streets, Jllgk Grade CeaTat the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. ' " . City 4489; Mala 1658 COAL CO. NEW O. T. COAL YARD s. . "7" t r ' BUILD NOW FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. BCBarTJOJsrsr iiiteix AJMC33ieioJsr. fwP'7 m SHINGLES Wo mens furnishings g408W.MARKET ST.S FLOORING HE PAIRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY WM 320W.fMt-rNUT.T MAIN loutrviULK BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN,. TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing 442 BAXTER LATHES Roof Painting n Specialty Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1715 CHIMNEY POINTING AVE., at Undorhlll "lil Sill 41C II III VCtVWM7? & to 430 3. BrsokHrldfci Bzanok Tara and Switch, ft St. Cats. w PHONES Main 2448 City 2448 High 661 ft TINSOIi ti peciai uesign elect Home GENERAL CONTRACTOR i Alterations Made Prompt Attention To Phono Calls 1714 Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying' Investment OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. Estimates Furnished HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL" REPAIRING P. B. HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 i Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that now. if ever, is the time to build just what you have wanted and move into it. Southern Every house you build releases another Home or apartment adds to the city's to your prosperity. Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. Building Inter NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated 54-5- WILLIAM M. HATFIELD Let Mo Figure On Your New Home tt All Style t J ; 1rk'irkirA1ckickickickin PIPE LESS AAAA)ytAAfHrTHhyb tnt lT 0 yonr toys m tducaUoa prepare tnsm for lit will BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. J. B. OhUgschlngcr, President A. J. OhlJgschlnger, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 GENERAL CONTRACTORS MORE LUMBER Garages t CALORIC FUKNACE You can solve the problem of high-price- d fuel by installing St. Xavier's 1U "W. College CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 637 SAVES FUEL. '.( the patented Caloric Pipoless Furnace. Records everywhere show that the Caloric saves Phono, Crescent 285 WILL B. MILLER to the fuel COMPANY this is in addition to heat-- ; METAL TWELFTH AND OLDHAM C. Ing the entire homo more ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING City 3141 thoroughly uniformly and 2d and SHAWNEE 1948 ' t SHOP: N. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT Main 3141 CITY 2750 SOUTH 2750 than anv other wav. Thn CONCRETE WORK 80.50 Wtit Ky., clean slack Caloric is tho original pipe- - J Biff Clean Nut, nolump... 147 BELLAIRE AVENUE 3G.CO Cumb. Phone, Main 913 City 702 Homo Phone, less furnace, and has features LOUISVniLB, $5.25 L. P. Blackburn Rich, lumpy talnfi run C. E. Davis !( that can not be had in any J Per Ton Delivered Anywhere BLACKBURN & DAVIS other pipoless heating systom. J McCOY REALTY COMPANY If 17 Haul Xt, 91.25 Per Ton leBB CHAS. MERIWETHER We'll sell you n CnlorlO Closer rlffures on Biff Orders J PLUMBING AND HEATING 2 under n rigid MoneyDESIGNER AND BUILDER CITY, SUBURBAN AND FARM PROPERTY 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Back Guarantee of 112 SOUTH FIFTH STREET ( 81 KENYON BUILDING Homo Phone, Crescent 71 satis- warmth and J -LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J faction. letrtwlf x Md AbMraal Hill Selntifitilij TraiUt "S Call Us When In Need of .108 STARKS BUILDING BOMAR-SUMMERS Highland 72 Main 345 Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsey East 572 TELEPHONES t City Repair Work A Specialty Roof Painting ; i Sroadway, CoslavUle, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Buslnesi Scientific and Classical, Courses, Preparatory Department, Largi Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. your home than any other material. Wo furnish the best lumber at reasonable prices. ' SEE US ' ' OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE is used in the construction of &&S.rv..-- . L. H. HARPRING HARDWARE AND STOVES PALNTS AND WINDOW GLASS ROOFING AND JOB WORK 1236-123- 8 SOUTH SHELBY STREET Home Phone, City 5480 Cumb. Phone, South 1704 SHEET THOMAS BOONE ; one-thi- rd one-ha- lf WORKER CASH COAL CO. Water PHONES: ALPH KAUFMAN ii KY. m . : J. j CORNS,BUNIONS I ttK. V. ' --- ARTISTIC HOMES V PAINT MATERIAL HARDWARE C COMPANY PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. 820 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. INCORPORATED mo-a- rt i it west dcircrsoB St. rferJJP ChirapedUt 807 v Stark. BcJUlBt FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS 9196 Both Pbo?ei ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER LOUISVILLE -- -AVENUE - KENTUCKY Mark Sales, Pres. J. O. Jacobs, Sea and Treaa L. GRAUMAN A CO. Incorporated dealers In All Kinds of erfl&e aaj Rtore Fixtures, Bales, Cash Xl- texs, Show Oases, Cowaten, belTlss, Etc 610 WEST JUIlt STJUIBT Home Phone, 61 1 7 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED B. J. JOHNSON & SONS CO. Cumb., South GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705. OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Parkway 13C-L BUILDERS ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING Repair 626-- J J. J. MUELLER FINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING Home Phone, City 5282 705 EAST MARKET STREET - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Calls TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. "Work PHONES 1000 LYNNIIURST AVENUE 1009 MARY STREET Phone City 5708 Promptly Attended To OTTOJ. qSTER BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY VARIETY WOODWORK 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY Guy Leber INTERIOR DECORATING' ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN TIFFANY BLENDS DINING ROOMS, OR LIVING ROOMS Can Be Made Most Beautiful When Finished In Our Transparent -" Glazing Farlslenne Echo Stono In Its Beautifying Soft Tones Will Harmonlzo and Lend Class To Any Part of Your home Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner Answered Promptly Day or Night mpatptoa 0270 Chas. Leber till McDANIEL BROS. 4448 PARK BOULEVARD Parkway 287 Phones South 311-Incorporated FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Homo Phone, Shawneo 899 4 JOHN F. WILL M CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 300 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, - i CITY 2700 MAISON L' ART Main 2714 PHONES 430 SOUTH FD7TII STREET City 8483 Ernest Oatey Drug Co. To Help You With Your Cleaning Phono Us Now. in ww Excavating nnd Granitoid Work HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY laeaa SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND ACCURACY Bardstown Road and Longest Ave. Highland 1169 East 9168 C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: C C. BICKEL Incorporated OF c o. ? ! LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON I Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- MANUFACTURERS HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion City 38 5 City WEST MAIN ST. 135-M- ain FILSON CLUB AND HENRY WATTERSON CIGARS PROGRESSIVE WORK FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS 820 WST MAIN STREET T.nmnB,TB FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE "W1JJ1JJ! x LOUISVILLE. KY. Wo neartlly Recommend tho 1VX. WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE AROOLA HOT WATER nEATING COAL REDUCEDAPRIL ff jps. leSB PLASTERER RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER DELIVERIES P Engineering 521-2- 3 and Furnace Repairing PLACE City 38 COURT SODA FOUNTAINS IOELESS Two carloads ot samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms BDLT-RIT- E Hazard Lump BROOK AND BLOOM GAS FITTING SEWERAGE City 8380 C35 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Cumb. S. 164 WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY eled"oS?nte P6r l0n PHONE US YOUR WANTS Phones City 5S26; Main 1264 Some Phone, City 7804 ALBUS DRUG COMPANY Cumb. Phone, West 412-Home Phone, Shawnee 803 Incorporated W T,or' Mest M thaD Ifcntuckj. Lluup if coal is dumped-- not 7.00 M shov- - Byrne Frank Hart man & Sons Our KY. Speed Coal Corporation BUY NOW Both Phones 315. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR HOUSE PAINTERS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawneo 122-- J SEVENTH! AND JEPFFERSON STREETS JOHN OGLE COMPANY HERE IT IS AT LAST! AND DECORATORS Tho Store of Quality, Value and Service "Where the SJck Ones ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Rccclvo tho Best Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted SHELBY AND MARKET STREETS Asphalt Shingles HENRY GOSS 315 Guthrie Street. LOUISVILLE, a Specclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY ' I Wateb Crystals Fitted 20 0 Watch aad Jewelry Repairing GEO. C. WETSTEIN Manufacturer of MONUMENTS 808-810-8- HENRY FISCHER'S PORK PRODUCTS HOME BOILED HAMS A SPECIALTY Whether Be Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by tho Unfailing Quality of It The Radios Jewelry 408 for Front and Ruf CtfFert Com Shop AVE. 'I SNOW CLAD FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor City 1478 , Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 3104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRX BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated 500 PARK 262 PARK TMt Tt 7s SHOCK ABSORBERS M SOUTH Next to FOURTH Rei Theater AND ST Open Evenings Until 9 P. M. CEMETERY WORK EAST KENTUCKY Home Phone, City 178 dot Cart. OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY KY. City Mhrro HASSLER SALES CO. 2712 'ihIm and ECKERLE DRUG .COMPANY FLOYD AND MARKET M.ttioi) Dernling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME Both Phones H. A. DOLL CONCRETE C21-C2- Phone LOUISVILLE, Main S473 ' KY. WORK APPRECIATED PHONES SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF THIRD PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 & SOUTHERN CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 3 BAXTER AVENUE J0H1O. Vst Phones 1 RATTERMAN STREET Cumberland Vgss IhCOfwnsATa-- Either Phone FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET Shawnee 1243. H.B0SSES0N FRED ERHART Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 OSTRADER & HARRIS PHARMACY LOUISVILLB, ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. x. FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK EIGHTEENTH AND DRAIN TDLE No. 2 KY. J. H. KOCH & SONS CONTRACTORS AND MADISON STS. 179. 105 ' ii 1 : OOO 15. BROADWA GOING FISHING? IF SO CALL MATTHEW HAMM0N FOR RBSIDBNOH, 1051 EAST MARKET ALL HOURS MINNOWS DAY OR NIQHT Ree.. Shawnee 1863-- L v W SSSB Corner Fourth and Jefferson T. BISHOP, Agent OFFICE: NATIONAL MATTERS COR. THIRTEENTH AND ORMSBY 32S WEST JHFFBBON STRBB7 South 1622 .Phones City 547 LOUISVILLE --- DEALERS IN COAL LOUISVILLE Excavating and Concrete Work Wrecking, Old Buildings A Specialty Home Shaw. Home Phone, City 5437 1116 WEST HILL STREET KENTUCKY Cumb. West 295 THE BLAT2 QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY Best Service Moderate Prloea 319-32- SIMON P0NTRICH -- KENTUCKY F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. City 11J4. . 0 pity 8 19 KECQ M IMS' iBW '?$ City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWHR INSTALLATIONS, RESDJENCE WHUNG, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAHIS City 4597 JoTb "We IJso tho Golden RhIc" 913 WEST MARKET STREET DYKRS AND 6LSANXKS CALL FOR AND DKLIVBB Home Phone, Pity 1S1 STORAGE OF AHTOMOBHiBS NIGHT AND DAY. L. KOELLNER PLUMBER 638 SOUTH SECOND STREBT Both Phones 2344 Both Phones 2406 FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Tweaty.righlh sod Greerawood, 6 SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLB, KY. CALL US FOR ST. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED stftbllehed leaoral Repair Work, Cleaning and PeUskttK. Kentucky-Indian- a ISM -- - LohIstIIis, K? Oil and Grease Lwakrrllle Sullivan Transfer Co. iBoorporated BfflRAIj TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRDDH FARTIR" "ill WaiT MAIN STRMT South 847-Work Promptly Attended To W Broadway OLOBB AHtoaotive Co. at First. Hobo Tel. 3063 LOAH PP mfUTTj Ja eervft4. JsMhssniBT , REUTL.NGER & CO. Adolph Xeatilnger OFFIOB OUTPTTTKHB dTATIONMtfl PRINTBK SAHBLY FOB ALL PCRPOSB6 Keetacby Conramera Oil Oompaar KeatHfiky a Auks . m WsrM VvssMa) IMM Plans LEO H. WEBER Designer and Builder ei M O D K R N HOMBB and BMO. SHOH fWOKW- TOT O- i- A. Lawt, f 1C1S BatlmatM Cheerfully Furnished fOUTH PRBSTON BTJtT Vesey Adyaaeoa om Tttmr Plate SIS itGi vtfff9v9tt VVbT0"M FDRJ mgURANOS TORNADO, LIABILITY AND All KlBdfl 9t rOQtWtHLT Whole Fasally JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER lOaO EAST BURNKTT AVSNUH Hone Phone, City 8398 (msX ttr r) M. FLATS GLASS ISS SOUTH THIRD 8TRMT lth Tire HAKBLYV sMotm Mh Mi FerttemL gbaw. 1711 aad Msgarinn OMf 7164 MZEl!C'X403SJt:' StLMtfE JkJStCBXkXjj&J&. )0-- A -" Ll.BACOTjasgH We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. JDO i444tt4$9i4$& JW 7OV0W ASOCT OKR AftAttAAxftAA .1 , Haw Phoaa, City 4300 dumb. Phkme, Mala 358 STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN AND GROVE Joseph MubbUch Sr. & Son Dealers In WALL PAPIE AND BUGS liae-na- s HERMAN STRAUS . rouRTH Avewe tHeoep&fA-c- o aBaBsaaBaBaaBXBBaaaaBBaaBjBBBBBBBBasaBsaaaBBgBBBMBaaBB SONS (gj market street I falls orrr hall bldq.. wwr market bt. We Qlve and Redeem Qeld Trading- - Stamps. Moonlight Trips. DR. M. P. DANHAUER BOYS' SUITS 1: HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments. PLAN ? Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred The eHtctaadlag feataree of thla method at Ha ccmveadcHce in maktag purchases without as? eeaaldera&le oaUny of cash. The advantage of baying ea the dob Plan daring cm varloaa sales AT 8ALB PRICES. Whatever is the price ot the goods to a cash or m charge easterner, that U also the price so a Hoasehold Club Plan eMtomer. There Is positively o advance. There are bo "coafldentlal arrangomenta." It la eeadacted apoa am open baata with a fixed MhedBle el rates. The first payments aad the Monthly payment are the same to all. For excursion season of 1921 has a few more dates still open. Better secure dates now before all are taken. Apply at Wharfboat, Third and River. Phones Main or City 141. C. C. FULLER, DENTIST SfARKS BUILDING; Metal. Slate and Tile Roofine Roof Skylights and Cornices Repaired and On raraltara, Blamonoa anA other cons! Property at Kowost Sat la Otty Painted. All kinds of Galvanized, and Copper Work, Estimates submitted pzertE'a pxovxbzstt on request. Home Phone City 5003. ASSOCZATIQH $10 I? URJVAO EC S Expert Chimney Doctor N. W. Corner Sixteenth and Anderson 7r Superintendent tf ywvV YyVVV Incorporated 208 COLEMAN BUILDING 8. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. JOHN B. WATHEN FUBNITURH MOVING AND PACKING Xweaty-g&th DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST SURETY QOUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS Coffee Prices Lower "Vo sbbssssssss&L 'efleaBaHl SWISS CLEANING MEN'S SUITS . Bring your last year's hat to us This means only another decrease over the old prict for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price early and save money by having It reblocked In the newest shape. on the market. Give us a trial. Wo Have Forty Now Shapes To Select From JssssssssssSs9 Our method of reblocklng, clean-ln- g 212 "WEST MARKET STREET. and dyeing has proven a great Established 1888 success. Our forty years of business Both Phones 1323 is our guarantee. When you bring your hat to us you are bringing it to a reliable Louisville concern and you will get the best attention. OF FALLS C1T1" STRAW WORKS 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET North Side . Minor Repairs Free Saves Baying. With offer excellent Coffee, QKj OtJv three pounds for fr'''' Plant Ladies, Avoid the Rush LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH JOHN M. MULLOY Carpets and Rugs 5wiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. Hemstitching Pleating Buttons Braiding Beading Beaked Bags Repaired SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS IKCORPORJlTOD Russell 307-- 8 Service Shoppe Off lc 017 South Fourth. 1 South Sixth. Boston Building Xolllo Russell, Manager. DON'T FORGET THAT THE VERY BEST GRAYV0N ALLMEN EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Sanitary Milk Co. LIBERTY SHOE SHOP XNCOKPOKAVm EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. Practice limited to diagnosing M. 80 South and correcting defects ot Eyesight Shawnee 1986 West 18 by the fitting of proper glasses. LONG DISTANOB HAULINa SUITE 315 STARES' BLDCr. RECENT DEATHS. Tlilrd Floor COR. FOURTH AND Many friends and relatives were WALNUT STREETS deeply grieved when death claimed Home Phone, City 1180 John Moran on Sunday afternoon at his home, 2642 Alford avenue. Long HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR an industrious and popular resident BY APPOINTMENT of the West End he was held In high esteem. He Is survived by his widASK FOR ow, Mrs. Margaret Moran; two sons, John and Charles Moran; two daughters, Misses Margaret and Ella Moran, and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Noon. The funeral services wore held Tuesday morning at-- St. church, of which he was a faithful member. Funeral services for John J. n well known and respected member of Holy Name parish, were held Sunday morning. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Catherine PURE McBrido; two sons, Bernard J. Jr., and Joseph J. McBrlde; WHOLESOME a daughter, Mrs. John R. .Miller; a brother, Frank McBrlde, and Ave SAFE. sisters, Mrs. J. C. Weatherly, Mrs. Frank Baynes, Mrs. Charles Andy, Mrs. Maggie Mulverhlll and Mrs. Jessie Allen. He was a native of Louisville and for many years engineer at the John Heywood school. FOR Mrs. Elizabeth Allen, sixty-tw- o years old, beloved wife ot Mitchell Allen, passed peacefully away at her Fire residence, 2509 Elliott avenue, leaving many friends vrho mourn her death. Besides her hushand she leaves three 'brothers, John Holloy, New Albany, and Thomas and Prompt and Efficient Service Michael Holley, Louisville. Funeral City 3728 Main 14?$ 6ervlce3 and requiem mass wero held at St. Charles church, conducted by 309 STARKS BUILDING uov. .Father Ralto. ' The .funeral of Mrs. Walburga L. Reverman, aged eighty-onwidow of the late Theodore Revefman, took place Monday morning " from St. Mary's churcn, ot which sne was one of the oldest and most faithful' mem bers. She Is survived by two sons, Your entire family wash done for the Rev. Father T. H. Reverman, of what it costs to feed tho Jeffersontown, and August C. Rever man, of this city. We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver I tise our Boys' Department. These I Suits are made of good woolen mate- - S terials, splendidly tailored and fin-- J ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW $10 8e4ae4tjajaeeat EWING'S DAIRY Co-cili- a's Met Where the QuicH Meal Comes In Where e, PRODUCTS e, the brightest J Where the lightest; home work la la BOB HAWES and Automobile Where the meal is cooked best; Where tho range stands Uie teat tho where That's "Quick Meal" comes Where work: U dose at Where eooJda real rami Where baJdag gtvse light: Where dredge Ja em 1 algfat where That' "Quick Meal' y Insurance Qalok Meal GaanaBfiea Sold. Initialled and Hlgl ReceniBieadae' GEHER & SON, w, j&t , THE NAME KENTUCKY A INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEANS e, WET WASH Five Cents Pound PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his Interests If you sell K. & I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK "ASK your grocers. II A. L. G UNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 1305 SOUTH SEVENTH! STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 DOMESTIC -- We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky n Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. We operate three retail ya"rds at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reducad prices on car load shipments. satis-factio- COAL(XNCOKPORATBD) STEAM HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL COMPANY Yard and Elevator, Fono and Pay no Streets. Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Main 033. City 145B. Main Offlco 41 1 Starks Building. Brighten Up Electrically! Make your hone hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ELECTRIC Main 1800 SPECIALTY IHOORPOaUTSD COMPANY City 807 C28 WEST JEFFERSON Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. ' r. BMtH, I I ' . U. U BAMfDH, rTHMW Mfl KlHfST. . .., BOTH PHONES 4262 FIVE CENTS A POUND FOR City Directory, now ready Caron's EACH POUND OVER for delivery, shows Louisville's pop I tmtt'9r1-9WiBV9tQ99&4- l PINE SHOE ulation to bo 276,526, a gain of ll.il , TWENTY Work Called For and Delivered eu tor ine year, 'ine dook snows STRICTLY SANITARY EACH ii 2327 WEST MARKET STREET that Louisville is the ranking in- BUNDLE WASHED SEPARATELY dustrial city south of the Ohio and Shawnee 2702-- L NO MARKING OR SORTING Potomac rivers. Besides the direct ory feature it contains much matter Work called for one day and reCumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 of special turned the noxt, just damp AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Interest to those engaged enough to be Ironed at once in the mercantile and manufacturPALACE CLEANERS & D7ERS ing business. Messrs. Caron and CO. Incorporated Smith can point to their work as being reliable In every way. THOS. H. BEHA, EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' President and Mnnngcr PLAY TOLEDO AGAIN. AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING 813 SOUTH CLAY STREET 2JBOTH PHONES 810. APPAREL SOUTH 409 The Louisville ball team closes CITY 4617 ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager Its present series with Columbus Highland 572 East 572 SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, tomorrow and from there goe3 to S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sta. Toledo for a series of four games, C. 9wmvmw9vv9w9ivmmwmmm9m wwoweweeisejeejee'tn where the Colonels will have to he on their toes, as Clymer Is out for inGH CLASS revenge for stinging defeats he re ceived hero. Of the two Ohio xslubs bsbsbsbRHRBsMsbbsB Toledo seems to have the strongest 810 BAXTER AVENUE BBBSBSHfaBBsnaBW " lineup and with another pitcher or Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery 3)e a first division two will con tender. Before the season opening 1529 WEST MARKET STREET the Kentucky Irish American picked Bala FRED. C LOEMKER Indianapolis as club we will h Hu Cfr tin. Vf have to .beat for the pennant and the everything points to one of those FOURTH AND O STS START ONE THIS U3NTH WITH THE old time foltter feuds between Lou isville and the Hooslors. Their first K. A. JCrapp Chai. 8. Krapp meeting will be on May 4, the only t HOME PHONE Home Phone, City 7006 home series of Louisville during .CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y 88 May. Tho past week has brought fourth nnd Cent ml AvOuns KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET e out tho of the enthusiasm BEH POO LEY FOR MONK. fans and prospects look bright for Wholesale and Retail a continuation BSEV, 70KX, VKAi AST Loans toVthose having rogular In omes or salary, with no publlrlt) TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Ail Xlada of amoked Keats r red tape. Loans to housekeeper SOS EAST JBFFER80N STREET their personal security. The Twin City , Baseball League ! will .begin its 1921; season on Sunday F. 11. POOLEY, "Yoa Will Do Better at Spurrier's" afternoon, May with the followBuilding I managers: Seam 1, Courier-Journ- al ing roster FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- - Knights ot ot clups and 410 8. Fourth Street. St. John, Louis Coomes; OATESSEN FRESH MEATS Trinity Council, Jps. Pelhoelter; St. Xavler's, Hilary Bell; Mackln Coun- Homo Phone, Parkway 60 AND VEGETABLES cil, Jack Davis; Do L'lslo Club, A. Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J SPURRIER GROCERY CO. Tlje officials of the W. Bowman, league are Wm. M. Duffy President; THIRTY-FOURT& BROADWAY i John J. Barry, Vice President; R. Shawnee 1817 Phones West 8E2 W. Delehanty, tSfecretary-Treasure- r. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Umpires, Harry Lally, J. Holtzclaw, W. Bouse. The games will be played TAVT.on Avn HRRrmv TiT.ims R. A. at Shawnee Park f and on the same , TELEPHONE YOUR DRUO WANTS 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, diamonds as In former years. GAIN IN YEAR. S1.G0 KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE repairing: GRAN W. SMITH'S SON -- BEHA LAUNDRY Funeral Director iand Embalmer J. RIEGER PHOTOGRAPHY THOMAS KEEN AN ..ZrTCTCE&RAX; Weekly Savings Club IDIslSO'TOIfc.. South Louisville Bank old-tim- J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. li r!rtVVt Funeral Directors t 822 East AJIaln. Saret. H FRED WARNS, JR. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTi and Embalmers Xlome City Fine's Pharmacy DRUGS JR., IMS .. - - , rrH. IN !! in. ! Prescription Our Specialty I REAL ENTHUSIASM. IIP.. BANNON Sewer a X Flra PIPE CO, Calvert Upe,"1 Banaea's Patent Llite Pise far Steam CenialU, Wall Cofmi, Brain Tile, YltrlfleeMrlcl, BrlcM freeing, Fine Lining, Fire Crate aaa Belter Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tevr. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY MAIN i WOKKf S07. Taurtaeatk aad Br ek tar idfta'aa 4 Niath eai Magaella. The South Ea Eleventh Ward (WHOLESALH ONLY) PHONES: Democratic Clufe elected the following officers, Wednesday evening, Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 NATIONAL CASKET 00. James C. Home, City 1881 and 1882 Temporary Chairman , Cumb. Mala 2D0S-- a Incorporated presiding 'over the meeting: O'Brien FOURTH AND inLL STREETS Coomee, President; 'Mrs. C, Eleventh and Magazine Streets Louis Werner, Vice President; Wm. BHBera Cigar Ilerm Perfecto FlnaneJal Secretary; John Home Phone, City 3147 9Uy 3ltt. Cllnes, Recordnig! Secretary; Miss Schroer'a Smokers PRESTON FISH "AND Mattle Bonn, TresiHrer. Judge Har(UNION MADE) ry Robinson, Ckaa, W. Mllllken and POULTRY STORE Dr. H. E. Mechlin g addressed the Home Phone, City 6041 Wholesale aad Retail meeting. The elub started with a FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND membership ef .121 men and UK SCHROER BROS. POULTRY women, and la eathuaiaatlo over Ohio River Flab Manufacturers of FINK CIGARS redeeming the 'eUi from Republican Guaranteed Bggs 424 SOUTH PRB8T0N STREET 841 SAJT JBFFBRSON STRUT miaruie. fl7rTl M. OOBTXDT , ! U'-i'Kll-kell- y, "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES CASKETS AND ; j ,BOTH IJfIOKrjajS. mttmnmitinni 4m 290S Jtsa-- f f Funeral TX L. DirectorB.AJX. and EmbalmerJ U)L'WVI1.1 A. r 3t" S ..