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PHONE: H0M OS UMM llliTadcift(TrHthrla ineorporMM Rery 1600 Drlrer an aoort VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY MAY 7, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS. tached to tho rout room. The tactics Tho action of tho Climber Social of the negroes under the encourageClub In Brooklyn In ment of the "reform" administration fathering a movement to Is responsible for race prejudice and raise $1,000,000 among tho 1,000 groups that go to tho Republican .bosses are directly make up this club Is typical of tho responsible for that encouragement. Jowlsh attltudo in tho United States. The Evening Post and other DemOf Kentucky Ixok to Louisville to ocratic authorities make the mistake The announcement of this movement camo to Martin Conboy, Chairman Begin Intensive ON TO SHAWNEELAND. hf refusing to discuss the negro This Itself Redeem Weiraiv Work For of the Greater Now York Committee question in its proper light, and Men In Military and Marino of the American Committee for ReFall. hold that the way to handle It is lief In Ireland, from Chairman Alno.t to discuss it at all. The KenHospitals. fred Gorsoman, one of the club's tucky Irish American holds that Board of Directors. With tho anIs no persecution of the negro there nouncement came tho first check for Tho White People of Loulsllle the In this city 'and ithat pity, If any. $1,000. filiould 1m bestowed on tho wllito Plans Carefully Made For Care of Real Victims of Race people who am being driven front HOLY NAME MEET. Men Who Bore Brunt of pillar to post by that discontented Piejudlco. nnd class of negroes who Fighting. The Holy Name Society of St nre forever fighting for Philip Neri parish held its first reg- equality. Hero Is a sample case of mar meeting Monday night in Chesley Ranuct Should ho Hilled as tho friction in this town 'and a Hall, and despite tho unbreeder of race prejudice. For infavorable weather there was a eratl- - First Ofilt'lnl Report of Hospital Mintsrel Show Judging From stance, the block on First street befylng attendance of men and a libtween Broadway and Chestnut is Work in Reconstruction nnd Humor. eral sprinkling of ladles. entirely white, the neighbors all beDr. War Periods. D. E. Abraham, tho President, occuing acquainted, the children playing pied the chair and at onco won together, the school being conveniall In his new position, his rulings ent and everyone contented. Now THE LOST FIIIK DEPARTMENT. Tenth street being received with favor. Rev. Broadway to from Father Ackermann, the pastor and NEW NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS Chestnut Is occupied by negroes en Spiritual Director, congratulated the tirely, all acquainted, the negro pic members on their choice of a Pres turo shows, halls, schools and every ident, and then Introduced S. J. Mc- Democrats throughout the Stato thing convenient. Are they conBeginning with May tho Knights Klllott. of St. Louis Bertrand's. who tire taking keen Interest In the elec- tented' No. One or more of the pointed to the spiritual and ma- or Columbus intensive welfare work tion of precinct committeemen to- negro families in that square are terial benefits tho members enjoy for disabled men in American milday, and the white women Demo- continually striving to nnd does and the splendid condition they are itary and marine hospitals will go crats are active In the reorganiza- move into the white square on kept in by this society. tion. That the State Is normally First street, breaking up those white He ex- Into effect, to be financed by tho pressed himself favorably Impressed portion of the K. of c. war fund Democratic was demonstrated In the people's homes, and Injuring the with the start and hoped for a large originally set aside for the proposed last election and there Is no danger white schools and business places membership. Tho feature of the construction of a memorial building that the Morrow regime will be suc near that point. Tho negro Is not evening was the brief but forceful in Washington, D. C. Durlnc tho ceeded by any other Republican ad content to live among his own and many years to with the encouragement of arrogant for ministration address by Rev. Father Enis, O. P., past two years the Knights have of St. Louis Bertrand's who urged conducted hospitalization work on a come. Incidentally the State would ijepubllcan bosses Is continually - fighting for so called equality, tno larties to take active interest and minor scale, their activities being not now be represented by a Rewith help nubllcan United States Senator at tho white people tho sufferer every increase tho membership. restricted by departmental regulaWashington today if the warning time. tions to recreation work. The new Father Enis made a In the Kentucky Irish American had LOST Two good companies of talk on tho work done programme, while not specifically Rebeen heeded, and that was to the the Louisville fire department. and yet to be done by tho Holy extending the nature of this work, Name society, and this effect that any Democrat In the State turn ito Chief Neuenschwander, reverend calls for an Intensification of it, so gentleman seemed to put the spirit that the disabled men will receive except Beckham conlil be elected. either Louisville or Cincinnati The local official organ of the nejrro Republicans say the negroes warning went unheded and all of enthusiasm Into each one present, more opportunities for amusement, That which resulted in expressions from which forms an essential part of know the result. But that Is past Tho above advertisement was will march through Shawneeland like Sherman marched through throughout needed this week following the firo many others which aro bound to their restoration to normal nhvslcal and gone and the party bring about more activity In the fu and mental condition. Qeorgia. the State faces a bright future, the at the home of J. H. Scales, of ture The Holy Name Society, ho next Legislature Is sure to be Dem Mocking Bird Valley. Mr. Scales Is "Tho peak ot Government hossaid, was approved by the Arch pitalization work," Dr. E. W. Buck-Ic- y, ocratic and a check to be had on our treasurer of the Belknap Company, bishops and Bishops as the best or supremo physician of tho K. of. unendless speechmaklng Governor, and must not be cotffused with J. ganization for Catholic men, and C states in the official K, of C. anguaranteed to make speeches on any H. Scales, former Herald employe, now numbers about two million In nouncement, "will not be reached tild subject at any old place and at who collects campaign assessments any old time. What a neia mere from tho police, firemen and city the United States. Pastors every- berore 1928. This means that at where now realize the benefits de least until that time we shall havo will be for "Howdy Ed" as a side- employes. But to tho fire story. A rived from organization, and the as legitimate proteges of tho Govshow "barker" or "spieler" at tho hurry call for help was sent to the Holy Name Society Influence local fire department and away went throwing at a for ernment hundreds and thousands of end of his term. rat he said or thought Democrats tho noble "hicks" to the rescue. above As stated inatlon date Is May 13 and the poll- spiritual bonoflt and uplift will men who bore tho brunt of the nano doubt But sad to say, the rescuers got lost ne saw. throughout the State have ing date May 24. There will be a prove a blessing to any parish. tion's fighting in the war. Plans separate summoning of tho Southern After William M. Hlgglns had havo been carefully made toward as to Kentucky being In the fold for on the way anil on reaching" Fulton DUBLIN MAYOR PLEADS. Kood, and now want Louisville to street turned West instead of East, Parliament to sit In Dublin fourteen been called upon Rev. Father Acker- - tho end of restoring these cases. days after the assembling of the man expressed his satisfaction with thoroughly cured, to civilian lite redeem itself this fall with a defeat and arrived hack near where they Laurence O'Neill. Lord Mavnr nf Sunday morning and within tho next ten years. This may for the Republican "reform" admin- had started from. Hauling out H rtllllltn Northern Parliament. It is expected the turn-ou- t .. 0- on proceeded to be a long istration that has been Inflicted, on map of the city the rescue squad ofi;;",7 'V' for tho the election procedlngs for tho '. Election Dates Are Fixed and Pres- Southern Parliament will end with thenthe practical with suggestions as appear be remembered, tlmo the war .... lu UULU1U to manner In which war to but this city for .the past three years. strangers again started out and American uv. mjiiikuuja aid for needy and starvRepublican machine bosses after many questions located tho ing to advance the work of Increasing will not he forgotten economically That the the nominations May 13, as in the ident Do Valero Auks For Irishmen, women and children. see the handwriting on the wall is scene of the fire, but that was about He is vast majority of the cases there Interest In tho society, to which he until the last Liberty bond Is rehere as Chairman of tho Irish Support. by the "cold feet" ban all they did locate, as Mr. Scales' evidenced accorded a happy welcome and deemed." will be no contests. White Cross, a relief organization, Tho Knights or Columbus have a quet of the Chesley Club Monday reslrionce and hulldlnirs went un In and will not discuss political quesJohn J. Farrell, former Lord blessing. shocked the flames while tho small corps of efficient workers ornight. A -had omen that "hick" firemen tions In America. His Mayor of Dublin, says a Centra? sole nurnose. ganized under the direction of SugueWnoon Tie emphatically PREPARES BIG FESTIVAL. anDublin, Newst declares, Is "to con- - Proclamation Direct! That Two Par. nounceddispatch from thai preme .Secretary William P. McQln-le- y 1 Ing of the American nag hanging Fulton street. But. pshaw! only a in thai city" he wafi Cornrn ttee Afmre,rlfcan Rev. A. C. Zoeller, tho pastor, at New Haven headquarters. over the stage, Here's where Boss mere matter at '$25,000 loss was re- - J" submitting to the Irish Republican liaments Assemble Next sum com- "Ir.!LBn Ches Searcy showed his versatility. portedI, quite a piker's peace and the people of St. Denis' parish, Each of the workers saw servlco Parliament "a and to discuss with them the whole Month. Leaping on the stage and with one pared to the usual losses reported question preparations either In the camps at home or at offer, which he described as "the have made elaborate and biggest ever suggested from any for their great May festival and out- the front and Is well acquainted bound to tho top of the piano, a la when Neuenschwander's tribe get and the of relief whichreconstruction ways In the two oring, which takes place next Thurs- with the needs of the disabled fightDouglas Fairbanks, our real Mayor through "busting" all tho windows ganizations British Government." A grasped tho burning flag amid the and doors In sight, closing with special tug can best forty pretty Former Mayor Farrell said the day afternoon and night. Their rep- ing men. During the winter months bearing Former Lord Mayor of Dublin Sub- offer came from an Important pub- utation for extra fine suppers is so the K. of C. programme calls for hearty applause of the their grand finale of "Niagara colleens, dressed In Keystone police, "hick" firemen and Falls," the cue to flood the building nurses' lic man, who last week In London well established that St. Denis good frequent theater parties, whilo in mitting uniforms Peace The cross nags, greetedand waving white proprietors who were and everything in sight. sought an Interview with him. Ho people need only state that lt is summer baseball outings and othot soft drink the Dublin Lord Otfer. present In the guise of members of Fourth and Broadway fire was an Mayor when the Aqultanla slipped declared he was unable to give tho their wish to reward those who outdoor recreations will be frecome. This time a fine roast pig quently held. The Knights through It is ru- example, the loss of $75,000 details of the proposal. the Republican League. Into quarantine. Further up the e favorably with the ordinary bay the liner was and chicken supper will be served their chain of 132 schools will also Sir James Craig, mored that the burning of the flag met by another In free vocational train for Ulster, and Prof. Eamonn from 4:30 to 8 o'clock. The usual was prearranged to give hero Ches batting average. delegation of nujses and members More than a little Not satisfied with collecting forty of the American nn opportunity to arout-LORD TALBOT IS NOW VICEROY. de Valera, the Irish Republican lead- entertainments will be hooked for ing for the disabled. er, had a conference on Irish affairs 2:30 and 8 o'clock. A bus line lias ltf.OOO men were taken to theaters enthusiasm among tho boys who see dollars and more a month from the the city's flagship committee aboard for from Twenty-eig- by the K. of C. last season, and this in Dublin on Thursday, It was an been arranged themselves being deserted by Prose- police, firemen and city employes, "I am proud to be John F. Hylan. and Dumesnll streets to the summer's plans comprise baseball machine has executive said to here," the Irish nounced officially at Belfast Thurs cutor Lucas, Chief Petty and the the day afternoon. It was added that grounds. All old friends are re- outings at National and American other Federal job seekers. The ban- notified tho gamblers and soft drink "Sixty years ago mythe welcomers. Tuesday to father Press ca quet could Just as easily have been proprietors that they must come the United States. Hardly came ho bled from the Associated proclama-'viep0n- they exchanged their respective quested to bring their best friends leaguo parks for 30,000 men. Dublin that a Tho first official report of tho hosfor a real treat. classed as a minstrel performance, across with a big donation to the landed when he joined the had Union pital work of the Knights of CoFund of the machine. It nrmy and fought until the conflict bum iui mu dCUllUUD III UUWI IUU Judging from the humor displayed. Southern and Northern Districts of y lumbus In the reconstruction and as the ma- was over. A KENTUCKY BELLE." FUND TREBLED HERE "Governor" Burllngame and "Me Is dubbed the Later ho returned to Ire- Ireland will be signed Wednesday, war periods has been submitted by Too" .Selligman as end men, and Joe chine intends to use it .for the lean land." Ior , e .urown wl" The Dramatic Circle of St. Hel- Supreme Secretary Wlllalm J. Mc Louisville and adjacent territory , , Iawton and Virgil Moore with the years following the defeat this fall. Mr. by . Club are rehears- GInley to tho United States Surgeon tambourine, kept the Why a soft drink proprietor has to Robert O'Neill Is accompanied noted muieuiauHiy iauo wrus tor me eiec- - almost trebled its quota of $10,000 ena's and bones A. Anderson, another m It comprises audience In an uproar of laughter put up money to the "reform" ad- citizen of the Emerald Isle, who Is uons, it was announced at uud in- - )n the American Irish Relief Asso- - ing regularly for their coming play, General's Department. of all K. of ciaton's campaign, according to "A Kentucky Bolle," which will be a detailed statemont with their funny Jokes about how ministration you can answer yourself associated with him on the reflef uukio ""uar atternoon. n is dlcatetl that the nomination day will chairman Owen Sullivan, in charge produced at St. Xavlor's Auditorium C. hospitalization work with tho the near Mayor Smith admlnlstra- - or nut the query to Dr. Welrli. It mission. be set for May 13 and that the of the ,irlve herei who state8 that on May 17. 19 and 22, with a mat A. E. F. and in tho camps at home, tlon had "made good" and the "uov- j9 rumored that Uw soft drink pro- polling datO Will bO May 24. The nnntrllmtlnno fnfnlml 97 (M Tho inee on Saturday, May 21. The with enrollment of chaplains main ernor" brought down the house witn nrletors will hnvo to let the Key BENEFIT MAY FESTIVAL. jiiuuiuiuaiiuu uueuiuii me isonn- - campagn which Was launched In Dramatic Circle players have scored tained by the K. of C. and of K. ot his side splitting story on how the Intone police take tip the registers at em Parliament shall assemble June Marcn dosed Saturday. With Its eoveral stage successes, but "A Ken C. secretaries, huts, clubs and tents, administration had been fearlessly the close of the day as the machine The young ladles of St. Paul's ot when and honestly administered. Several leaders lellee that some of the. soft parish, Pleasure Ridge, aro making 7 and the Southern ' Parliament nuota nxed at $50,000. the Stato tucky Belle," marked with local col- up to the present, launch tho K. intheir 'raised approximately S75.000, Chair- - oring and setting, and a pleasing C. are about to men are not ponying up elaborate arrangements gambling proprietors anil sou for their between Great tensive peace programme of hosdrink men who are leading members enough "reform" for tho business coming May festival on Tuesday. and The issue never will be Britain man Suliivan said. The goal sot for play throughout, featured with real pitalization work for disabled men Ireland settled the United States was $10,460,000, comedy, promises to excel all former of the Chesley Club went Into con-- 1 they ate doing in soft (?) drink. May 17. at St. Helen's Commercial until It is settled on the basis of ,,ut lt H 8a,i rep0rts (received last efforts. Reserved seats will go on in conjunction with tho Public funny The poor old Keystone police face a Club. vulslons at the "Governors festival promises be sale May IS. This Is a play all will Health Service and tho Red Cross. they had to be carried out, hard row for the next week or two, one of This gala events In theto his- right, says Eamon de Valera In a week from the association nulns and tho appealing to the Irish The report shows that the Knights and revived with a nip from some ns the races usually bring a follow tory of tho church's social doings. pie to uphold the standard of peo- quarters indicated that this amount enjoy. of Columbus maintained in hospitalitho ,uni.i t,o nnoaort in? nt lonot ss.nnn... of the soft drink samples that they lng of crooks, and with those added Tho affairs of this church aro always zation work 36 chaplains, COS secNOTABLE SILVER JUBILEE. usually have on hand at the Chesley to our home brand wholesale raids very enjoyable, and the young la- Irish Republic In tho approaching 000 or $0,000,000. retaries and 142 buildings and clubs, air. ue vaiera declares "Tambo" Lawton will be common The Fidelity and dles are earnestly working to make elections We are hghly pleased over tho rinh affairs. the Irish people aro advancing ,nno, WhiPh rnUviiHnna ami An Important coming silver Ju- and that tho K. of C. are now opnralsed tho city administration for .Casualty Company sent out an ad this the most enjoyable of all. The steadily hospitals. Tho toward a final settlement of otl)er Kentuckians responded to tho bilee Is that of Most Rev. Arch- erating In sixty-tw- o Us economy, not telling his hearers vortlsement this week calling atten-th- diversity of amusements and novelaiua mo cali for funrt3 for thp unfortunates bishop Glennon, of St. Louis, who Knights of Columbus have awarded during the past three years, tlon to the daring holdup of the ties Introduced will be a reVelatlon. me mini u.ciajr uiu. ii oiossoms are nor of Ironn(... year ot a contract for a $5.00,000 National said, will reach the twenty-fift-h Sullivan Mr Louisville had acquired the largest cpshler In the Interruban station, Will the young ladles have tho electorate inat precursors of fruit" "contributions were received from his consecration on June 2G, this headquarters In New Haven, Conn., fruit but the tax rate, the largest gas rates, tho two squares from the City Hall and pleasure of meeting you there at and he adjures tho people: "Do not individuals In all walks or life, the year. His Grace of St. Louis is tho Supreme Secretary William J. largest assessments, the largest car two squares from whore tho Chesley 3 or 8 o'clock? Take Orell cars. pluck them. holiest donation bolnir S500 and the ranking Archbishop of the United will be announced Tuesday. Ground and how he and near Mayor Club was holding Its banquet and , BnteQnthstreetroad. fare, a t vr .. .i.. i.j broken this month. luuuuuya uujjiuici es buiu:. a uow. owest twenty-flVStates, although Most Rev. Archcents." worked nobly In trying "bulling" the administration. It is Georgo had chapter In Irish history. In many bishop Harty, now occupying the See Home Phone Company said the Car Company officials in to givo tho MISS BUCHART AVINS. SEEKS NO ENVOY respects the most momentous In genof Omaha, was raised to the ROWLERS BANQUET. Its largest rates In history. Boss timate they would not have been orations, will bo recorded ths week dignity nearly two months "Searcy as tho interlocutor helped tho surprised If the crooks didn't steal Miss Marlon Buohart Is valedic with the Inauguration of the new Appointment of an American were consecrated Both Bowling earlier. M. I. Tho Trinity Y. humor to flow fast and furious, two or three of the cars right oft the torian of the senior class of the home rule partition act. This will Leaguo held an enjoyable banquet at Archbishops In 1903 His Graco of diplomatic representative to tho Vat tin vim debating in his mind tracks. Sacred Heart Academy, whose grad Speaking of tho Street Car Corn- - uation exorcises will bo hold June mark the end of tho Act of Union tj)0 club house Saturday evening St. Louis on October 10, and His ican is not under contemplation, just how many more than 35,000 said a statement Issued Monday at negro Republican votes would he pany Hnrt n,0 Keystoner calls to 15. The second honors go to Miss under which Ireland has been gov with Capt. Al F. Martin in his fa- Grace of Omaha on August 15. erned Westminster tho White House In response to rePrizes needed to offset the fight, oi me mind tho story given out by tho Lllzabeth Hudson and third place to years. from week will also for 120 vorite role of toastmastcr. peated Inquiries as to the possibility Tho witness wAra aMfi.fflart in tlia nlnn!nrr tonmq men and women to redeem Keystone police censor In regard to Miss Mary Florence McNamara. Tho the Inauguration of Lord Talbot, JEWS AID ERIN. white of such an appointment being mado. ,i 4n,iii,t,,nia nn,i n.i.in.i.eM wom 4t,Q Mtv frnm "reform." the affair on a Broadway car with other members of the class are now Lord Lieutenant, who Is tho v Col. Hllrna- - Ehrmann, men and wom- "Many Inquiries have come to tho young Speaking of the colored Repub passengers coming from a dance at Misses Agnes Hannon, Ethel Oes- - first Ca hollc to hold that office the,ma(lo In GeorBe Kremer. George L. Board-rece- en Tho greater Jewish York have In- President relative to a contemplated Trinity Council Hall. Patrolmen wlne, Elizabeth Moeser, Kathleen New of licans, tho represenof times. Despite itho Impor-'ma- n and winiam McCaffrey, who augurated a campaign to raise a nominationtho a diplomatic said tho Is having a tlmo holding its Brown and Bauer In their report to Pfeffer, Esther Marie Cahlll and IUU..O ui niese unveiuiiuieiua Vatican," tative to wie wer gests Of the IeagUO. Talks million dollars for the Irish relief statement, "and tho President has check, and tho Chief Petty failed to add that the Frieda Dwyer. MPcro followers in Because of Illness msii appeared Republican bosses are trying to per conductor did not request that all Miss Dwyer will bo unable to par them peopiethe utmost touay to await Were a,80 made b. President J. fund and a Jowlsh club In Brooklyn thought It best to answer all ot with Indifference. off, and what ticipate in Robert MuhB for Trinity Council donation, a check suade the negroes -to go- a mue oi" " passengers bo put graduation exercises the Lord .. Edmund Bernard Talbot. 'and tho Loafn,0 President William has made the first sent to Chairman thorn by tho public statement that no onnalHv right had the police to order many for $1,000 being on xneir uoiimuuu mi woo is now viscount nzaian, was Hennessy. A rising vot of thanks Martin Conboy, of tho New York consideration has been given to such by Innocent young men and girls from Knowing that they are protected NAZARETH SELECTED. be no a was given the Entortainment Com Irish Relief Committee. t,o "rpfnrm" administration, negro a car after thoy had paid their faro, The an- to step. There will Congressoccasion by tho consider lt unless und Governor ot Ireland. rJflTnrnth Arnflomv Valann ennntv The ceremony, General took place In mlttee, composed of Norman L. Mur nouncement of nine hundred sim- enactment of law provides for such and women are gradually as because of the action of possibly a men which According phy, John L. Sullivan. Harry J. ilar clubs was made by the Jewish to that)hns l)een designated by State Super serting themselves on tne cars mu few rowdies representation. Tho Pfesident doea precedent, Hennessy and Edward Schaefor. commltteo composed Special delight Is logic Patrolmen Brown and Bauer intendent George Colvln as a center uubHn Castle, followed Alfred not of 1n public places. offlsuch proMurry posal understand that any Congress." shoving white women aside, If called to stop a disturbance on for conducting a summer school for b.utr wa?,T?cn!?e1 on,.y by. h'gh uuw Especial mention was made or Mr Gorseman, Harry Krofitz, taken In has been made to in wi buimui, ui inn Murphy's troupe of cabaret per Rauch. Charles Katzky, Leonard colored 400 one of tho L & N trains going to teachers. and the West Chestnut It will be for those of Viceroy preparations for tho ap Neither has any mich proposal emhula-hul- a dancers. Deutsch and Sam Guyer. The total anated from the Vatican. Iras taken to parading Fourth ave- Cincinnati would act thus- Order all Nelson county, also for those of proaching elections will be hastened. formers and membership of the Jowlsh clubs in beaus tho passenger off tho train, send other parts of tho State. This sum- The first nue and the yellow skinned election posters already SPLENDID GENEROSITY. girls. In Greater New York Is 90,000. are trying to oglo white negro pro- tho engine nnd crew hack to tho mer school will offer high school In- have been put up, exhorting tho ORPHAN PICNIC. round house, nnd compel tho struction and professional training electors to vote for Republican the past week the local splendid generosity of tho Splen- for a term of five weeks. This Is a on The to walk to Cincinnati. LEXINGTON. tective association served notice Another enthusiastic meeting ot Intelligence Jowlsh race and the readiness with Ben Syn'der, the West Market street did sample of Keystone avenue car merltorlus and pleasing selection. workers for tho Fourth of July picThree men posting election notices which they respond to a purely huOn Frfday of last week telegrams nic for the benefit of tho orphans merchant, that he must "fire' a displayed 1n the Baxter Saturday night were arrested In manitarian appeal, havo probably brought the sad news to Lexington was held Monday night at Knights HARDINSBURO. white girl who was reported as not case, and about on a par with tho uiackrock, a suburb of Dublin, navAr linAn lmHur nYAmnTlfifwt tVinn h.ino. wnriv nnllte to a colored so accuracy of the Koystone cop who where Crown forces, raidod a house. m tho case ot the campaign which of the death of Sister Sacred Heart, of Columbus Hall, when additional a sister of Mrs, Sam J. Roberts and Tho approaching marrlago of and seized election literature. ciety lady. The Stewart Dry Goods, throw his club at a dog last weeK , Amnrlnnn Cnmmltten for Ttollof Mrs. W. H.- McCorklo, ot that city, committees were named and plans a boy for life . . .. In unrlniintnAil ri.mnnir hii been served with a, nnd nearly crippled boys are some Chester Jones and Mary Elnora Nor- itin ' . v Unl? .ua t Ireland is now conducting, with which occurred at Washington, Ga. outlined foris much new work. rla was rmhltaTiml Stinrtnv lit? T)av Parliament notice of in negro boycott becauso.The old Koystone 'allow negro pumpkins on throwing their clubs Father Norman, pastor of St." summoned for North Ireland will bo the exception of tho citizens of Irish Sister Sacred Heart was a nun for but there aro increasing each week, numerous committee that store refuses to to assemble in Belfast blood in tho i no secyears and was widely places yet to be filled and those women to hs tho same rct room hither and thither, one of them, re- - R6muald's church at Hardlnsburg. Jthe first week in June, the exact tion ot the United States, been so forty-ttwpeople have a Mty uouar win- - Bota aro wen known and respocteddato to be ami oi.centiy breaking known and noted as a botanist. Hor willing to assist are urged to conie and toilet m wldte announced in Friday's! nromnt nnd reneroun In thfilr . i. eauio tntle articles a- - dow of tho Sunerlor Woolen Mute ..noMoot. nf ......v owvt.uu, .... r fcot ..(nn . vo...i..u w .." TUHT F"" UUllIl UaZBllC. The Ulster nora.-- 8ponso as those of the Hebrew race. funeral and burial took place in to the weekly meetings, held every Georgia. Monday night. DEMOCRATS K. OP C. t Wlnd-thor- si stralght-from-the-should- er Post-offic- e. IRELAND ,,''".?.,'.. .l 3 j1n he-ro- sy .JS?. semi-officia- l" ofTtce-holder- s. irisn-Americ- Scml-Ofllci- al com-miri- ng Premier-designat- to ht ' ;l ts Get-Aw- get-awa- ... ?i w i:jiink !!,; head-manifes- to at Mc-Glnl- ey ,ii-ii- .-. O arch-lopiscop- al nt - .1 oh-"- "-. -. V.-.- O. - pas-scnge- rs A M I "",""", I ....in . . - e o -- - - I r. JBCBODCTOBCY IRISH JMDBtICkJ ' Bring us your Milan and Leghorn Hats. We will clean, dye and reshape mem into tne latest summer styles. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. IWetad to tha SocUl od Mot.l AdvBoement of Irbh Americana tod CithoHci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knight i of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., hcottcnt. Publishers UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SlNQLE,C0PY5c Entered at the Loulivllle Postolllce AMnct AH Mighty Babe Ruth Enters Struggle Ladies' Hats To Aid Hungry Children in Ireland Reshaped. MffiMH Good Work Our Motto. tee. Per Cent. Below 1920 Forty years in business our guaran i Second.Cleei AMERICAN, Matter. Wtst Liberty Street FALLS CsanmicithiM to tin KENTUCKY IRISH 319-32- 1 CITY WORKS STRAW 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET North Side THESE SUITS AT Hemstitching Buttons LOUISVILLE, KY MARY'S MONTH. Pleating Service Shoppe SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1921 and defend our times of peace. institutions in Beading Braiding Beaked Bags Repaired Russell 307-- 8 $40.00 '. Boston Building With Sunday we entered upon the month of May, the most beautiful season of the year. The entire month of May Is devoted to the special veneration of Mary, our Mother, our Queen, our blessed Mother of God. The choicest flowers decorate her statue and altar; wo. sing her praises In lovely, blissful melodies; we proclaim her virtue, her dignity, her prerogatives In all devotional exercises, Jn private and to the world. Mary is the lily of purity, the rose of charity, the violet of humility, the mother the beauty, attractiveness, kindness, holiness, exemplified in the manifold kaleidoscopic color combinations In the form, shape, and color of flowers. forget-me-not, Xclllo Russell, Manager. .MOTHER'S DAY. Tomorrow will be Mothers' day, when every man, young and old, should make manifest their appre ciation of those who have made every sacrifice and served them well. Make your good mother know you remember the day and add to her happiness. GENERAL INTENTION. JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8898 ; And equally as much below the average price quo- tations of today for Suits of the better type. Pin- ished worsteds, serges and cheviots, all patterns, all models, all sizes. You should see them. Our Spring prices are from ; zo Ob a n 3Ps City Pnrnlrut, SlamondY and other cnal Property at Ziowert Bate la PEOFUTS PROVIDBHT $30.00 to $50.00 5- - INDICTS BRITAIN. The resolution Introduced by Senator Norris, of Nebraska, indicating Great Britain for violation of all the laws of war in Ireland is most timely. It states facts which can not be denied and calls upon the nations of the world to witness that the United States solemnly protests The resolution these barbarities. may be smothered in the Foreign Relations Committee, to which it has been referred, but the world at least knows that there are United States Senators who know the crimes that have been perpetrated in Ireland and who have .the courage to denounce them. If our paid press had the courage to tell the truth about conditions in Ireland the people of America would, long ngo, have demanded that an end be put to this unexampled savagery. CHURCH AND LABOR. The intention of the prayers of tho members of the League of the Sacred Heart for the month of May is "Devotion to Our Lady, Comforter of the Afflicted." The Catholic beart has always turned to her for aid since she was enthroned in heaven. Hence we are not surprised that in these days, when mankind is so much In need of help and consolation, the Pope bids us lift up our eyes to the Mother of God in humble prayer. We ask. her to obtain aid to heal the sorrows that weigh down human hearts all over tho world. Countless families still mourn for their loved ones; millions of little children are dying of disease and starvation; hatred and distrust are rankling In men's breasts. Let us pray fervently that ajl may turn to Mary, our life, our sweetness and our hope. BLESSED May 8 AsseoiATies Incorporated COLEMAN BUILDING 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON 20S v. CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON J. 3- - 3- - r t " , t x :i u m.w xjBawm' m ?r, . e OAAD3LY BROS. iMHfcm .v.o$; SHOE BTORH8 Cb 3. UNOERWoOOt VJNDERWOQBi organizaa tion started for a purely humanitarian purpose, and if needs SIOO.OOO. "Babe" is out to help the Committee get it, and he hereby invites his fans to take a hand. Who'll root for him in his new game? It's the best one ever putting bread in the mouth of a starving child. Just $10,00 will keep a kiddie from starvation for a month and Send it help clothe it comfortably. to do yourself and get a friend-fa- n likewise. Contributions should be sent to the local committee of American Committee for Relief in Ireland, or John J. Pulcyn, treasurer, 1 West Thirty-fourt- h Street, New York City, in care of Babe Ruth Fund. n, al All Kinds of Footwear For Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Store Shaw. 171S Cltr 716 TTtTTfTTTtTTTtTTTtftfffTtTTTTTtTfTTITITfTTVVy PETER CANISIUS. Let there be no mistaking the teaching of the Catholic Church In regard to labor. The church stands for a fair living wage. The attempt now being made to compel labor and the farmer to bear all the burden of the financial depression is unjust. When "big business" tries to beat down the wage scale and the price of the farmers' produc's while exacting the highest toll for its own sorvices, there is wrong being perpetrated. No doubt readjustment will come in time. But Just at present there is more injustice In trying to force certain readjustments than was done in the profiteering period just ended. But injustice will bring its own punishment In time. The profiteer Is writing bis own' doom. HARD BLOW. marks the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of Blessed Peter Canislus, Priest of the Society of Jesus. The llfo of this exceptionally able, pious and zealous man, his labors for the church and his of order, tho religious training youth and the salvation of thousands, is a most Interesting bit of history in itself. His is a life appealing both to the student of history and to him who reads for edification. A brochure, Just from tho press, entitled "Blessed Peter Canislus," with the subtitle, Foremost Champion of the Church against Protestantism in Germany, offers a fust and well merited tribute to the saintly character of Blessed Peter and to his efficient struggles for the attainment of his great life work. Written by the Rev. Francis S. Bet-teS. J., member of the American Catholic Historical Association, and published by the Central Bureau of the Central Society, St. lyouis, mo., this namnhlet should prove welcome readers. Copies to of the pamphlet may be had from the Central Bureau of the C. V. at twenty cents each postpaid. n. Mighty "Babe" Ruth started the fans campaign on behalf of the American Committee for Relief in Ireland, when he endorsed the Committee's drive for funds ,Jn Atlanta, Ga., and urged his fans to do likewise. This is a big game that "Home Run Babe" is now taking a hand in saving hungry chifdrcn and women from death. There arc thousands of them in Ireland living on a cup of cocoa and a slice of bread a day. There arc thousands of them in rags, and thousands homeless. It is for the purpose of feeding and sheltering them that the American Committee for Rc-liin Ireland has been formed. It is cf Mth and Portland. 18th and Magazine) K. A. Xrapp AAAAkAAA :s:3PEIfc'Iv kAkAkkAAAkAAAAAkJ Cbm. 8. Xrapp Home Phone, City 7006 Wholesale and Retail KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET BXKV, FOXX, VBAJi AHS All Xlnda of Smoked 108 PHONE 2635 PULS DRY CLEANING CO. EA8T JEFFERSON STREET Xeti C1VBANBRS 3 3 - Enneva Cigar Hcrm Pcrfecto Schroer's Smokers (UNION MADE) Homo Phone, City 6041 421 W. Chestnut Street Men's TwcPiece Suits $1.75 Three-Piec- e Men's Suits $2.00 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Quality and Service Our Mctto. OPEN FOR BUSINESS - . - COMING EVENTS. Moonlight excursion of Columbia Athletic Club, on steamer Island Queen. May 12 St. Denis parish May festival and roast pig and chicken supper. May 17 to 22 "A Kentucky Belle," to bo presented by St. HelClub Dramatic ena's Circle, in St. Xavler College Auditorium. 0 May Annual May festival May 12 19-2- serious-minde- d The local Knights of Columbus KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN. will Initiate a class of ninety can Mrs. Ida O'Connor, Deer Park, didates tomorrow at tho club house. has returned from a ten days' visit of tho and a banquet will bo given at the Tho annual Inspection W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. In Mobile. Knights of St. John will take placo Tyler Totel in the evening, the ban Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. Miss 'Helm Flnegan, of Jefferson-vlll- e, Monday evening at Rivola Garden, quet service being limited to 250 spent two weeks visiting rel231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Preston and Kentucky streets. Thel guests. Madison, Ind. atives at local battalion, consisting of eight Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Jpe Spain, Highland Park, had as companies and drum corps, will maGROWTH IS STEADY. Phono City 4503: Phone Cily 4B03 a guest the past week his sister, neuver Into position promptly at Miss Martina, Spam, of New Haven S:3p o'clock, to be inspected by the At least two new priests are or Joseph J. dained overy day, one new church General, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hlllenmeyer Inspector and children, Lexington, were the Shcrecker, and his assistant, Gen. built every day and four new parish week-en- d guests of Mrs. Mary F, John Helndlrk. After the inspection schools opened every week, accord Is completed dancing will be the ing to the statistics gathered for tho Rellllng. Prices low aad quality good We also do all kinds of commercial and con Misses Gertie Riley and Edna programme, and as on previous oc- new Catholic Directory for 1921, and The just issued by P. J. Kenedy & Sons. vention work. Hall, of Highland Park, visited at casions the public Is Invited. YOUTHS IN PARADE. has New Haven, the guests of Miss Ad- Committee on Arrangements prepared for a large attendance with PLEAD FOR UNION. dle Owens. Undaunted by a steady downpour 421 West Jefferson Street. Miss Bessie McGee has been the assurance that all who attend New York uoys of rain. 70.000 good time. The union of all Central American visiting Mrs, will have a a few days marched up Fifth avenue Saturday spendingHagan and Miss Martina Republics Is favored by the Catholic In cnlehratlon of Loyalty day and a. is. BISHOPS ARE NAMED. Bishops in those countries as being onenlng of Boys' Week. They Bowling at New Haven. the Indispensable to the common welCapt. Jas. W. Klnnarney and Dr. Mayor passed by Gov. Miller and His Holiness Pope Benedict has Archbishop PInol of Guata-mel- a Hylan, as woll as 250 officers of John T. Chawk returned Thursday announced the appointment of Rev. fare. says: "Let us know ono anFor Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. clubs, from Lexington, wihere they had of- Hugh C. Boyle. Tector of tho Church the Boy Scouts and Rotary other better, so that provincialism PROHIBITION A FAROE. Ca- ficiated at tbe spring races. More than 10.000 Bank Accounts, representinr 1 10.000 people with a total. and tho stand at St. Patrick's t. Mary Magdalene, of Home-stoa- d, will be destroyed and replaced by of James McCarthy, of South Sixth deDosit of more than 13,000.000, is the monument of confidence bnilt by Un thedral, which was occupied by Mon-slgnas Bishop of Pittsburgh. The fraternity in feeling." From Government officials down bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative Lavelle, representing the street, who was injured in an auto Sovereign Pontiff also appointed to the lowly bootlegger the con- Archbishop, and other church dig- accident Monday, Is now Improving Msgr. E. B. Ledvina, Vice President CATHOLIC P. A. MEETING. MARKET AT SECOND UNDER THE BIG CLOCK of the Catholic Church Extension census of opinion is that prohibition nitaries. Fifty juvenile bands were rapidly and If out of danger. of march and Mr. and Mrs. Jamea United States is a howling sprinkled in the line half were re- Cincinnati, are expected Shelley, of Society, of Chicago, to be Bishop of May 13 and 14 have been fixed as in the to arrive three hours and a the dates, and Washington, D. C, as farce. Day in and day out wo read quired for the parade to pass a today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Evarest Corpus Chrlsti, Texas. H. DANCING ACADEMY the place of tho next annual con of truck loads being carted from one given point. Nofsinger on Edenslde avenue, FONTAINE FERRY OPENING. ventlon of the Catholic Press Asso spot to another, few being confisGeorge "Ossle" Garrltv is out Glasses on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights ciation. The dates originally set HOLY ROSARY RECEPTION. again after a minor opo'atlcn at the Fontaine Forry Park, Louisville's stingly kept from the public. Two cated, and the consolation offered by Hoino Phono, City 772SPrivato Instructions by Appointment Jewish Hospital, much to tbe delight most popular amusement resort, will some that whisky will soon all be Monday will bo reception day at of his many friends of the fair sex. open Its summer season tomorrow. and 30. and the consumed affords no relief when Holv Rosary Academy FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sweneey, of Among the most noticeable additions FOK IRISH RELIEF. one hears of the growing and inex- friends and patrons are invited ito South Louisville, accompanied Mrs. to the park, whldh were installed pu work of the haustible supplies of moonshine. come and view the science class will Jack Johnson to her home in Nash- during the winter, Is tho "Canals of ' ' for tho Tho wrestling match plls. The domestic prohibition lecturers give proof of its, skill in the culinary ville, where they have been her Venice." The theater has been re- championship of the world in the The salaried modeled and it is now enclosed by guests. "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" and fanatics have deserted the Job department, the domestic art class swinging paneled walls. Numerous New York Armory last night beHarry TO E3AT IN A and bride, of reform because the fat salaries will show samples of its work and was Miss R. ArbegustUlrlch, havewho other changes havo bjen made and tween Strangler Lewis and StanisreJosephine a spring festival will bo given by have been done away with. the park boasts of thlrtythree sep- laus Zbyscko was under the auspices the intermediate and primary class turned from their wedding trip to arate attractions. of the American Irish Relief Com pupils at 3 o'clock. Being Ken- New York and are at home on Osage mltteo, and prominent men of all Incorporated WOULD TLEASE TWO. tucky Home day, Foster's songs will avenue. GRADUATES AT ST. XAVIERS. nationalities and creeds vied with be featured. Mrs. Amelia Velth announces the THJB HOUSE OF QUALITY AND. QUANTITY one another in aiding this worthy engagement of her daughter, Miss The British propaganda for a Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Home Made PJes, Cakes, Heats Attor four Ions and happy fresh- - purpose. Marcus uaiy paid fi,uuu Mario Dolores Velth, to Roy Quin- mfin vnara at St. ASVierS UOlieKeiiur a uu SEEK WELFARE FUND. nuua uco otiiuueii., i navy for tho United States smaller tan. The wedding will take place Hiirtv BAnlors will be eraduated' Woods, George Cohan. William Fox, would be pleasing to both John Bull 604 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Bishop T. McNIcholas, O. P, at St. James' church on May 31. from the academic department next1 Sam Harris and Arch Selwyn, lead- - 9 81 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Japan, but It is pleasing to note Bishop of John and Near Broadway Duluth, has begun a cam- la Middle of Square-Mrs. "Mary G. Mullen returned June They are Qullty welsh, E. A. ors in tne xneatncai woria, paia Z the present administration and the paign to obtain J2.000.000 as a wel- - Hie middle of tho week from a ten Hunter. L. F. Goss. A. J. Bohon. ?500 each for boxes. John McCor PRICH8 REASONABLE PROMPT SERVICE Amerkan people are now wlae faro and chanty fund for tne dio days' stay in St. Louis, where she F. H. Breslln, R. J. Trand, G. J, mack, who will be the leading fea ceso, particularly for tho education was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Venhoff, Hlppodromo benefit to Eugene ture In the F. D. Burk, wke to the wiles and tricks of of priests, for tbe maintenance of Robert Callahan, and Mr. Callahan, Steuerle, President 1921 class: Leo be staged next, donated $500 for al (hypocritical England. charity tho Orphans' Home and for Mr. and Mrs. TJerney announce MuonnlnghofT, Smith. J. L, nox tor xne wrestling matcn last Aw wards in Catholic hospitals. the engagement x of their daughter, Felghan, E. J. Recktenwald, C. C. night, while Jack Curley, the wresMiss Margaret TIerney, to Robert Shcnelder, C. H. Klrchdorfer, J. F. tling promoter, who Is well known COMING ECLIPSE. Reynolds, of St. Louts. The wed- - Statoman,, N". T. Vaughan, P. J. In Louisville, arranged the bout and REPEAT CLASS PLAY. dlnsr will take place In the early Schllnger, E. F. "WettererArthur B. saw to 4t that every cent taken In "Wlth the Broepect of aN war la , Clay and Fulton Streets. Holy Rosary Acad- Eyl, Secretary: M. Kaelin, C. J. was given for the Irish relief fund, The Seniors tight we will soon see the eclipse of emy will repeatof their claas lay, "A summer. retiring officers of the Jaekey, G. L. Manning, James C. The fWilaj A. High Grade Coal at tbe vcr, .lowest prices Give us a trial., anil --A. P. -- - i thelTsbareof the -it.. Jim Tutnn w.n Southern Cinderella," on Tuesday, Queen's Daughter Society gave a Thompson, R. J. .Thiemann, J. O. Sjlty ififtlH lilOO dupes wo wave the American 17. afternoon Foley, Edwte C Bohmer, Herbert L. DUMA , delightful te,"Wednday During last week "the terror" In Ireland perpetrated only four murders that wore recorded in the press dispatches. Perhaps there were twice as many but more or less makes little difference. Tho point Is that the terror is accomplishing nothing except to make England the most listed empire of modern times. The newspapers of London admit that the report of tho commission of one hundred was a hard blow. Its findings are admitted to be well within the bounds of truth. Only Ambassador Geddes had the hardihood to deny them. And he has only made a public exhibit of his mendacity by doing so. Even ambassadors make themselves ridiculous sometimes. For knocking out half a dozen nork and beaners the world's champion heavyweight boxer can receive several sizable fortunes, but for killing eight of Germany's best fighting men and capturing fifteen others besides two machine guns and a brace of trenches, Macroom. of O'Leary. Michael County Cork, received a Victoria Cross whose Intrinsic value is a nickle. and no more. O'Leary, who Is tjie only Jlvlne hero of a Bernard Shaw play "O'Flaherty, V. C." bas applied to the Knights of Columbus In New York for a good American Job. "I spent three years and more in active service." he states, "and come out with all manner of glory but no Job, and the gentlemen who fight with gloves instead of bayonets get glory and fortunes. They're welcome to It, but at the same time you'd think real fighting should pay better." O'Leary has volunteered with the K. of C. to aid Irish Relief work. nad-fisted SOLDIER ON ENGLAND. Our Lady of Mercy, In academy auditorium. May 23 May festival and candy pulling at Sacred Heart school, afternoon and evening, In school hall, Seventeenth and Broadway. 6 May May festival for St. Benedict's new church, afternoon and evening. May 26 May festival of St. Ann's church, afternoon and even25-2- of Sewing Circle of Academy of ing. Juno 22 St. Philip Neri church outing and picnic, afternoon and evening, at Rlvoll Garden. Illllllltll''SQGIETY. - i tt AAAAAkAAA honor of the new officers at the residence of Mrs. J. C. Murphy on Willow avenue. Miss Marcella Meagher, who has been in New York for tho last eight months, arrived Friday to be the guest of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Meagher. Miss Meagher was ac companied by Misses Agnes and Marie Holden, of Washington. Miss Grace Roth was hostess at a box party given at tho Mary Ander son in honor of Miss Margaret TIerney. Those present were Misses Mary Leo Finn, Anna Roth, Al berta Goodman,. Mary Louise Parker, Itosella Roth, "Margaret TIerney, Grace Roth. Mr. and Mrs. Felix D. Frevllle an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter. Miss Isabelle Frevllle, to A. J. Carroll, Wilmington, N. C, formerly of Louisville. The ceremony was performed Thursday afternoon by tho Rev. Charles P. Raffo. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll left later to make their home in Wilmington. Miss Mary Catherine Sharfenber- gor entertained her club Friday evening at hor home in Beechmont The guests were Misses Ruth Mor gan, Gertrude Klapheke, Julian As- man, Gertrude Pike, Catherine Dur-tElizabeth Coleman. Anna Catherine Schultz, Cathtrine Koellner, Dolan, Margaret Go38, Thelma Louise Trudeau. In y, SCHROER BROS. Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS 641 BAST JEFFERSON STREET "Yon Will Do Bettor at Spurrier's" CLEANING FURS i J 3- - FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- OATESSJ3N FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE ft BROADWAY Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece. Shawnaa 1817 Phones West 852 Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in 6tore are fresh, and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small marDrane, John James Hill and James gin and utmost value. T. Curran. RECUPERATING. E. J. Hackett, who has been quite at his home on East Market street, New Albany, Is recuperating at Dawson Springs, where his full recovery is now looked for. 111 OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED 329 "WEST JEFFERSON STREET TRUSTEES . MEET TUESDAY. A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Catholic Orphan So clety will be held next Tuesday night at Knights of Columbus Hall. All members are urged to attend. ipi.KJKJ (H1 Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. If. OF O. INITIATION. Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg FIRST COMMUNION PICTURES OUR SPECIALTY ORBSCBNT STUDIO, LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK or J. JANSEN'S - -- Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT COFFEE COAL CO. NEW O. T. GOAL YARD S. 40rj $ aaluy wrJirVnaTel V - jft KBXNOrXJOICY I3S&ISH fHii"lr CIjClSF uil F0R A AJS00EJBBiXCA3& & " greater LOUISVILLE. wroiv! . CITY C'sys Hjsnsv swv vo WYIW 3f.VUiT!a!uriiKN.Hn-a XKk'i 3 . 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HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN REPAIRING Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 Estimates Furnished 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET Select Home BIndo Xpecial DesitfnX 8mV V WALL PAPER lc Per v "The Store Tlint tho Penny Famous." J NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated 54-5- Building E2IS yYV t t 0 I'k'fafc'k'&lcfcttltfitfktfkltA'K'k'k'k'fc'kltitJtJtAM PIPELESS AAAAi It your I prspsr thtm for Ills Toys an sauoatlos t&at will BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. J. B. Ohllgschlager, President A. J. Ohllgschlnger, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 3529 GENERAL CONTRACTORS MORE LUMBER your home than any other terial. We furnish the best at reasonable prices. is used in the construction of malum-bor MoOO',nErIv MARKET STREET. McDOTBII NINTH AND Wanted Enough for Room 14x14, Side Wall and Border, 92c. Send for Sample. House Floor Paint $2.10 Per Gallon. Frco A $100 Phonograph. Scud for Particulars. Roll and Up. CALORIC FURNACE Yftii onn anvn iftm nrnhtotn nt T i.Jy C. Z. i "Vliii.- St. Xavier's 112 W. Broadway, College IoliTiU, JCy. L. H. HARPRING HARDWARE AND STOVES PAINTS AND WINDOW GLASS ROOFING AND JOB WORK 1236-123- 8 SOUTH SHELBY STREET Home Phone, City 5480 Cumb. Phono, South 1704 Home Phone, Crescent 285 : SAVES FUEL. 'C ,"J - ; .( i uruueo. IVCtUIUB OVUIWJIUIO show that tine Caloric saves one-third the patented Caloric Pipoless Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers. Business and Scientific Classical, Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars' Swimming- Pool, well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. - OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE "SEE US'.' For Forty Years a Wall Paper Center of Louisville, Your City. A Young ICy. Lady to Represent Us in i WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR On Your New Home Alterations Made Let Sic Figure Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 All Style Repair Work A Specialty Root Painting ana uuuonuiy morougaiy The than any other way. Caloric is the original pipe-lefurnace, and has features that can not be had in any other plpeless heating system. We'll sell you a CalorlO under n rigid Monoy-Bac- k of Guarantee satiswarmth and faction. BOMAfi-SUMMER- to tine-ha- lt the fuel this is in addition to heat- ing the entire home more ss CASH COAL CO. WILL B. MILLER COMPANY TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY 2d and Water 80.50 West Ky., clean lump 50.00 Biff Clean Nut, no alack $5.25 L. P. Blackburn Bleb, lumpy sitae run Per Ton Delivered Anywhere ' BLACKBURN If XT Haul Zt, $1.35 Per Ton Zeis on Big Orders Closer rlg-nre-s PLUMBING AND S SS PHONES: 2760 SOUTH ALPH 147 BELLAJBE AVENUE C. KAUFMAN LOUISVILLB, KY. 1 s 2760 CONCRETE WORK CHAS. C. E. Davis & DAVIS HEATING KENTUCKY J. MERIWETHER CORNS.BUNIONS lipiwIiE Untrmil Nails Scitstifleall) TriitH LOUISVILLE 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Homo'Phone, Crescent 71 --- 'DESIGNER AND BUILDER -- ARTISTIC HOMES 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 THOMAS BOONE SH S COMPANY ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING SHAWNEE SHOP: N. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT Home Phone, City 702 E'E T METAL WORKER HARDWARE INCORPORATED isio-iiLi 1948 west ueiiersoa ,1 2TJv?V '. IKfc:. fit.. i jvA-V- sm"??a5a Both Pbo?ei " Stark Buiiaini Highland 72 Main 345 Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsey East 572 FLY SCREENS Chi epedint B07 METAL WEATHER STRIPS i 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER LOUISVILLE Hark Rale, Free. AVENUE KENTUCKY ana Vrtas GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705 Cumb. Phono, Main 913 GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE McCOY 81 KENYON BUILDING REALTY COMPANY ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING J. J. MUELLER PINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING J. O. Jaoofcu. Seo. TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. CITY, SUBURBAN Call Ub 1 Repair Work Promptly Attended To AND FARM PROPERTY Home Phone, City G283 1009 MARY STREET 112 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Phone City 5708 705 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY When In Need of L. GRAUMAN A CO. Incorporated Sealers In All Mads of ttlo aaa tor Ttxturss, Bates, Caab Xfrts tors, Show Cases, CoaaUrs, BIO WX2T OTTO J. OSTER BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY VARIETY WOODWORK REPAIRING 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY 0370 Guy Leber i PAINT MATERIAL PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night nslrl&ff, 8to. VAZV Heme Phone, City ISIS Home Phone, Shawnee 899 rautn McDANIEL BROS. FUNERAL DTHEOTORS AND EMBALMERS 4448 PARK BOULEVARD Parkway 287 Phones South 311-Incorporated M B2fl JOHN F. WILL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 300 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Chas. Leber B. J. JOHNSON & SONS CO. Cumb., South OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Parkway 136-L BUILDERS Ernest Oatey Drug Co. 826-- J nOME PHONE, CITY 2700 Excavating and Granitoid Work PHONES LYNNHURST" AVENUE 1000 SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND ACCURACY To Help You With Your Cleaning Phone "Us Now. Bardstown Road and Longest Ave. Highland 1169 East 9168 Incorporated 135-M- C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: C. C. BICKEL Incorporated OF CO. ' West End Sheet Metal. Works Chiiders Elect. Co. TINNERS Roof Painting and Chimney Pointing a Specialty. Guttering-- . SpoutingL - MANUFACTURERS Phone Shawnee 1420-,T. 3019 West Market Street E. WELSH, MANAGER and 333-33- 5 City WEST MAIN ST. ain FILS0N CLUB AND HENRY WATTERS0N CIGARS ' PROGRESSIVE WORK FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS 820 WCST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE LOUISVILLE, KY. MACARONI Wo ncartily Recommend tho EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON PLASTERER RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER GAS HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing Clly 38 521-2- 3 BROOK AND BLOOM Olty 8380 Cumb. S. 164 WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY PHONE US YOUR WANTS Home Phone, City 7804 Comb. Phone, West 412-W .. FITTING SEWERAGE 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Phones City 5826; Main 1264 A. PBNDBNNIS ENGELHARD & SONS Pr t0n leSS CO. Inc. ALBUS DRUG COMPANY Incorporated Home Phone. Shawnee 803 COAL REDUCEDMAY Wilton Jcllico Liunp Ilarlan Lump Hazard Lump eled5oflTto DELIVERIES 7,41 COURT PLACE City 38 Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE POINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J Tho Storo of Quality, Value and Service Whore tho Sick Ones ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Receive the Best Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted SHELBY AND MARKET STREETS Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty HENRY GOSS .......S8.25 West Virginia Lump ss 25 S8.25 Taylorf Lump .. Snp."IIZ?5o $8.25 West Kentucky thaQ aboverlces ,f coal is dumped not ahoy- - .11 2011 WEST BROADWAY Watch and Jewelry Repairing I0ELES8 of samples on display. Order now lor spring delivery. Two carloads prices aTO lowest and guaranteed against deeline. Easy tirmi BILT-RITE SODA FOUNTAINS Wath Crystals Pitted 20c Byrne H. A. DOLL CONCRETE Speed Coal Corporation IMCORTORJITBD The Radius Jewelry Our 408 Shop WORK 315 Guthrie Street. SEVENTH AND JEPFFERSON JOHN OGLE COMPANY LOUISVILLE, STREETS HERE IT IS AT LAST! KY. Tb TW TW jorfnmlanilUar Comur cifoti Cars. rial SHOCK ABSORBERS herlw; Station 2d and SOUTH. FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open BTOBlngs Until 9 P. M. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE BUY NOW Both Phones 315. Either Phone ASK YOUR GR0OBR FOR Liberty 8473 KY. HASSLER City 2712 SALES CO. Slain Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE J. H. KOCH & SONS CONTRACTORS HENRY Fl SCH ER'S PORK PRODUCTS HOME BOILED HAMS A SPECIALTY Biscuits or Pastries, Their Whether It Bo Broad, Rolls, Cakes,Unfailing Quality of Success Is Assured by tho Phones SNOW CLAD FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor APPRECIATED City 1479 SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF TB3RD & SOUTHERN Phono Parkway, 113 PARKWAY Excavating and Concrete Work Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty Home Phone, City 6437 1116 WEST HILL STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY 1 OSTRADER & HARRIS LOUISVILLE, KY. " iuMyu PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PH6NES GOO PARK 3104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS PHARMACY No. 2 FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. AND DRAIN TILE T. BISHOP, Agent NATIONAL HATTIiB OFFICE: COR. THIRTEENTH AND ORMSBY 826 WEST JEFFERSON STREET South 1622 rPhonea City 647 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY L. KOELLNER PLUMBER 028 SOUTH SECOND STRESS Both Phones 2344 Both Phones 2406 Both Phonee LOUISVILLB, KY. DEALERS IN GOAL JOHN B. RATTERMAN wMi" FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET H.B0SSES0N FRED ERHART Funeral Directors and Embalmers. ARCHITECT STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES . FIRE INSURANCE NORTON BUILDING' INDUSTRIAL City 4782AND POWHR NIGHT AND DAY. LIGHT TORNADO, MABILITY AND General Repair Work; Cleaning and INSTALLATIONS, RESDDBNCB Telephone i.022 N. W. Corner Fourth and Jgffarson Poltehlag. WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS PLA,TB GLASS v Centacky-Indian- a AND REPAIRS Automotive Co. OOP 3BS. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET ty 4990 Home, 04 Cumb,, Main 490 Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 South S47-City 4597 Ree., Shawnee 1863-- L City 6910 PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Job Work Promptly Attended To GLOBE SECURITY fb LOAIf OO Incorporated SO CALL IF Co. SMerperatac. LEO H. Incorporated BXPBBT CLEANERS OF LAMBS' Designer and Builder of MATTHEW HAMM0N A. Lasar, MaMger AND GKNTLBMBN'S WEARING MetMy Advaaeed os Ye TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL Plate He RBSTOENCE, 1061 EAST MARKET APPARSL 81fl West 4reet TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND Plans and Bttimatee Cheerfully "HAYXTOE PARTIES" ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager FO Furnished Ibvvvbv jiwrj S. W. Cter. Third sad Walast M. 1216 IOUTH FRBiTON 8TRHBT DAY OR NIGHT 1129 WEST MAIN STREET PImm Otty a ALL HOUR T. F. Valinoti Electrio Co. "Wo Use tho Golden Rale" 913 WEST MARKET STREET DYERS AND GLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 19S1 Vst Phones 1179. Shawnee 1243. Cumberland REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Reatllnger Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 THE BLATZ QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY Best Service Moderate Priemtf 319-32- SIMON P0NTRICH sod Greenwood, BROAPWA GOING FISHING? FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Tweely-nghth 5 SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLE, KY. CALL US FOR 8T. W WEBER Sullivan Transfer JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED MODERN nOMHS Oil HIHKOWS Jee Sstebllsbed 184W -- - LohIsyUIc, Ky and Grease IT' office ouTPrrraw STATIONERS PRLUEtW FOR ALL PURPOSES Kestaeky Oeaewaers Oil rVinifi ny IferriUe Keatooky tiaGapjrxxo&rY jmkx&b AewiJajHcxoa. -- FORTY-EIGHT- H U.BAC2!asg We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. KENTUCKY DERBY to May 30 $50,000 Twenty Days' Racing DO 7017 .KM? W ABOU7 OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? KENTUCKY HANDICAP MAY 21 CHURCHILL DOWNS KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB M. IL RECENT DEATHS. flfteen-year-old MAY 7 May 7 SEVEN RACES EACH DAY Chas. Grainger, Gen. Mgr. l! IHERMAN STRAUS rP"TH Avenue )ttt)t)oet)tiNearp&weo - SONS J 3 market stbcct ' We QIy and Redeem Qeld Trading Starapt. BOYS' SUITS A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. The outstanding feature of this method are Ha convenience 1b making purchases wlthont any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of baying on the Club Plan daring oar rarloos salon AT 8ALH nUCES. Whaterer la the price of the goods to a cash or n charge customer, that la also the price to a Hoasehold Clab Flan customer. There la positively no advance. J. N. Camden, Pres. J. Winn, V. P., Gen. Mgr. BASEBALL SUNDAY AFTFRNOON LOUISVILLE vs. Funeral services for Miss years old, Oldlees, forty-si- x 1400 Hepburn avenue, were held Wednesday morning ut Holy Trinity church. Surviving her aro a brother, William J. Oldlges, and two sisters, Bornadyne Misses Antoinette and Okliges. WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND $10 We are offering you these Suits J jjata very special price, just to adver-- 1 tise our Boys' Department. These I Suits are made of good woolen mate i; terials, splendidly tailored and fin ished, I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW! 1 i Funeral services for Sister Mary Magdalene Gertrude, seventy-fiv- e Game called it 3:30 o' leek. Reserved salts years old, who died Monday morn now ei sale at Euuhomejer's. ing, wero held Tuesday at tho Convent of the Good Shepherd, Twenty-fourt- h and Dank streets, where she had been a nun most of her life. Formerly she was Miss Gertrude Bergcr, Louisville. There are no "confidential arrangements." With playmates acting . as It la conducted upon aa open basis with a fixed the funeral of Joseph Helm, son of Mr. and tcaedule of rates. The first paymeatu and the Mrs. August Helm. 2757 West Marmonthly payments are the same to all. ket street, was held at St. Columba's church. He was a boy of much promise and was 111 but a short SURETY COUPONS ARE QIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS time. his parents FOR FERN GROVE a sister.BesidesMartina Helm.he leaves Miss fr Reltz, seveof The AND years J nty-one funeral old,John railroad retired pnglneer, was held Wednesday morning from St. Boniface church. His death occurred Monday morning at BBBBBSVilBBBBBBBBBBBm For excursion season of J the fnmlly residence, 428 South BBBBSW'' TlsBBBBBBBBm Vc of for oxecllcnt Coffee, QK Shelby his He Is 1921 has a few more $ widow. street. Francessurvived by two IBBBBBBB aBBBBF -Reltz; Mrs. three pounds for dates still open. Better Bons, Philip and Andrew Reltz and old price 1bbbTssS'''BtW f ar Phis means only another decrease ovor the the price secure dates now before J a daughter, Mrs. Frank Ueriocn, $ Huntglnton, this Coffee. This ia the best Coffee for Ind. on the market. Give us a trial. all are taken. Apply at a Monday morning tho Angel of Harry M! Shea, twentyWharfboat, Third and J Death calledold, a highly respectedsix years River. J young man of the West End. He Is 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Phones Main or City survived by his parents. Mr. and INDIANAPOLIS ; STEAMER! AMERICA Moonlight Trips, GOOD MUSIC. j pall-beare- ra tH $10 611 S. Fourth Coffee Prices Lower OtL f The Crystal Optical Co. 512 W. Walnut. 741 E. i Chistnut MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES JOHN M. MULLOY Dr. A, Xf. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeicr, Optometerists. Both Phones 1323 Established 1888 141. C. C. FULLER, SWISS CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS -- - Superintendent & Duncan Mrs. Michael Shea, i street;sisters,brother, John1823 Shea, Mrs. and a John 'Mrs. Dwane. J four OF- With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. DR. M. P. DANHAUER Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS XKCOSPOIU.TSD DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Office G17 Soath Fourth. Plant 000 South Sixth. Edward Mathison. Mts. Chris Heuser and Mrs. Edward Lucas, the latter Funeral services were of Chicago, held Wednesday morning at St. Cecilia's church. Edward J. Carroll, thirty-seve- n years old, brother of Police Capt. James J. Carroll, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Edward 'Hunt, 2609 Magazine street. Besides Capt. Carroll and Mrs. Hunt he Is survived by three other sisters. Mrs. John rtelth. New York, and Misses Anna and Margaret Carroll: another brother, Anthony Carroll, and three small daughters. Funeral services wero held yesterday morning at St, Charles church, Rev. Father Raffo celebrating the requiem mass. XAZAHKTII DIPLOMAS. Metal, Slate and Tile Roofing. Roof Skylights and Cornices Repaired and Painted. All kinds of Galvanized and Copper Work, Estimates submitted on request. Home Phone City 5003. PCRNACE MeK Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where fee brightest ; Where tbe Ughtoats Where the uoeoe Is U 11 N. W. Corner Sixteenth and Anderson Expert Chimney Doctor ASK FOR Where work done B MMMWM nW' fa EWING'S DAIRY work eaeal DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. XKOORPOaU.' m) and Miss Mirlan Smith Is valedictorian of the senior class of the Nazareth Academy, Nazareth whoso commencement exercises will bo held June 1C. Miss Margaret Morgan. Louisville, has been awarded second PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. cooked beet; Where the range stands Out teat where the That's "Quick Meal" comes u Where eookla real Where baking gli tnt Ught) Where drudge la sighs where That's "Quick Meal" 1 K, r;cuiCD Qaiek Meal GaelBnnftaa Sold, loatalirci tud Ultl ly IUcoiaen-- honors. There aro twenty students In the class. TWIN C1TV LEAGUE. uiJiA x QrTr vwn, 215 W. MARKET ST. DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by tho fitting of proper glasses. SUITE 315 STARKS BLDQ. Third Floor AND WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO G P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT COR. FOURTH THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEANS IS THE HOME A. OF PURE MILK "ASK YOUR GROCERS." L. G U N N BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET noME rnoNE, city 0574 DOMESTIC We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with tho best satisfaction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special leducsd prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) COAL- - STEAM COAL COMPANY Joseph Hubbuch The Twin City Baseball League opened Its 1921 season Sunday afternoon at Shawnee Park and Pres Oculists' Prescriptions. ident Will Duffy and the other offSOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY icials predict a most, successful year. Ben J. Brumleve, President of the nroospcsATao and V. K. Amateur Federation, Ecker officiated at the opening exFourth and Chestnut. The surprise of tho day orcises. was when Manager Joe Felhoelter's I Trinity Council team came through with a victory over St. Xavier's pennant winners by a score of 4 to 0. Manager Bay Haragan, of the St. X. FOR boys, presented his sterling battery, Aulbach and Bell, while Trinity used Rudy Summers and Yantz. Mackln Council shut out the KnlghU of St. John In an 8 to 0 contest, featured by the pitching of Murphy for tho winners. The Knights of Columbus Prompt and Efficient Service Just did noso out the Delisle Club In a slugging match, the final score City 3728 Main 1429 being 16 to 13. Hogan, Sheehan and the O'Brien 309 STARKS BUILDING Knights, were tho sluggers for was while Eddie Bowman tho star of the Delisle with his fieldHflaa Phone, City 4300 ing and accurate throwing. Tho Cumb. Phone, Main S580-- A schedule tomorrow: Mackln vs. .St. X, Delisle vs. Trinity and K. of C Sr. & Son vs. Knights of St. John. PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his Interests It yon sell K. & I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND PEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4263 BOB HAWES Insurance eSftOSt)esjsjeitSjs)ea)jfJg)s.a)aa;g4eaB I Fire Automobile THE VERY BEST GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL, S. SMITH,jiPROP. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS UNDERTAKERS CASKETS AND I Funeral Director and Embalmeri SBOTH PHONES 810. SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE ONLY) SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi MM Yard and Blerator, Pepo and Payne Streets. Yard 100O S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Stnrks Building. Dealers In WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDQ.. liae-na- s Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE wbst market st. Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MSNTM WITH THE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvCbbb ELECTRIC Main 1800 SPECIALTY ZXOOBPO&U COMPANY J. C. RIEGER mGII CLASS City 897 G28 WEST JEFFERSON Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. Crystal Electric Washer and PutUMt aid MiugH. P. IJUN8N. JR.. Vice PHOTOGRAPHY 810 BAXTER AVENUE Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery FOR MONK. Loans te those having regular or salary, with mo pubMoUy r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. R. POOLBY, SBH POOLBY al Incorporated The Louisville ball team has an Eleventh and Magazine Streets off day today on account of Derby day, and tomorrow the Colonels re Homo Phono, City 3147 new their contests with maianapoiis, game on the PRESTON PISH AND this being tho last home grounds until June 1. With POULTRY STORE big fair weather tomorrow and the Wholcsalo and Retail Eclipse crowd of visitors In town FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND Park should have a bigger crowd ' POULTRY than that of opening day. It Is beOhio Rlvor Fish lieved that the Louisville club has Guaranteed Eggs 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET passed- through Its hoodoo period, and the loss of several games by one run recently can be considered hard luck. Fans believe that the LIBERTY SHOE SHOP nresent Hneun of the team Is as EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. strong as any in the Association and discouraged over tne they are not PINE SHOE REPAIRING President With recent slump. Work Called For and Delivered ready Knebelkamp and "Cap" Neal to dve us ono more winning pitcher 2327 WEST MARKET STREET the present staff will snow its real Shawnee 2702-- L merits before long. - COLON'EIfi VS. 1IOOSIERS. NATIONAL CASKET CO. HOBIE PHONE J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 88 . CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- 7 VVVVVVVVVCJ 'li'l"l'-i'I''I'i4''Htt-4H"WlH-- 822 Bast Main Street. , DOUGHERTY & McELUOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, M. I. BANNSN, 44fS4tWISi P. BANNON am Frn. aid TriM. PIPE CO. Sewer Culvert Flpe,1 KaBBBR's Patent Lidded Pipe far Steam CesdaitiJ Wall CeBiag, Draia Tile, Titriled Irlck, Fire Fresiarf, Five Llatag, Fire Brlcft Crate aad teller Tile, Fire Clay, Chlmaey Teas, OPFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY S73.I786.KCUMB. WORXS MAIN S07. Imimmtmmm4Wtf99mf4f Thlrteeatk aad Breeklaridga'aad Ninth aa4 Maftaolia. DRUGS thia afternoon tho Kentucky Jockey Club will Inaugurate the greatest Prescriptions Onr Specialty spring race meeting In the history "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" of the American turf. The meeting will last twenty days, with seven Cumb., South PHONES: 18S1 and 9211 tho BuildlRg. races each day, contested by now Beeai 1, Courier-JournHomo, City 1381 and 1882 best bred and fleetest horses 418.8. FoHrth Street. Today the FOURTH AND HILL STREETS In America. running Dobutante stakes will also be run, Bashford Manor followed by tho Home Phone, Parkway 50 JOHN B. WATHEN Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J stakes on Wednesday and the Clark Handicap and Kenltucky Oaks on rURNTFURB MOVING AND Saturday. Messrs. Camden, Winn, FRED WARNS, FACKIxs Qoodpaster and Grainger have mapped out the best programme goath Tweatyabraa M. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST B80 ever presented here. Judge Charles ffeanraee 1986 West ltg TAYLOR AND BHRRY BLVDS. P, Price will preside In the judge' LONG DISTANOM HAULINC TBLBPHONH YOUR DRUG WANTS stand, and this sfseures honest sport. la-om- es SPRING RACES. With the $50,000 Kentucky Derby R. A. Fihe's Pharmacy Funeral Directors X and Embalmersl . Climb. Main SOOS-- a both 11 4H4' City W"H 1 1 ti oi mi n Home City 2DDS 11 sr"? a : tile. KiUa 2III-- Y. JR. L. DirectorBAX P. anil Embalmerj Funeral 717-7- 1 m. cwammarr LOUISVILLtt, KX