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Market St. IttltrtU, PfeMM 432 Kentucky Irish 20. po-lic- AMERICAN PH3XE: HM 8H MAM 8ery BOUlJ loilnlttt Taskak a Trrnftr to Incorporate Drlrer an Ifccort VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1921. PRICE PIVE CENTS. and the nuns wero hard put to it to from home fcql like .kids out of make both ends meet. W. M. Gwynn, i school and get a little rough. In agent of the Relief Association, says cities whero they have real police no 1. in a recent report: harm Is done, as a real copper or "Tho food supplied to the orphantwo In uniform can quiet a big age by the A. R. A. is ot the greatby saying or doing the est help, especially since tho rations right tiling, or in other words using ot the children have been Increased Machine Leaders Get a Frost From his head. But our local Koystoners, GALA WEEK EOR CROOKS. 50 per cent. Tho elder children. as usual, becamo flustrated and rang Harding Concerning Federal aged fifteen and sixteen, were de In a Tlot alarm to quell a minor H lighted with the first meal provided row at the Seelbach, and In answer Jobs. by the A. R. A. They told us to to the riot call thirty Keystone pothank the Americans for their kindlice responded, flanked by Col. Petty ness. They needed this good food and "Governor" Burllngame ot the very badly, more so than the little Kejstono Tolico Arc Given "VIdo Ad- Board of Safety. The appearance ones who do not have to work." of the latter two officials proved vertisement by tho Seelbach first that we had "hick" police and I TV o ORPRAN SOCIETY PICNIC. the sight ot the thirty or more Riot. bursting in the doors started a The attendance at tho preliminary real riot. Possibly the sight of the TTavctnnn nnrta frvtnff in Tiftrtvav rftnl meetings of workers for the Catholic Orphan Society picnic on tho Administration Shows Ingratitude Fourth of July Is steadily Increasp ing. Last Monday evening much InDue to no Ing the Rathskeller. tho Herald by AValloplng Its terest was displayed in the reports credit ot the comedy ponce the riot Reporter. ''' favj, TAKE rouuj of committees, which indicated great subsided ot Its own vent and the j T rll progress. Much enthusiasm was Seelbach bore tho brunt. Of course tho hundreds of hotel aroused by tho announcement that guests and tho thousands who were $205.51 had been collected by the CROOKS STAGE A 1Jwiuiu!n roflbed during the races will go away Button Committee at tho Cathedral. ' .Nh etnvfna nf niip fnlre nnllro "Fol This speaks well for tho mother lowing the riot caused by the church ot the diocese, and it Is In"Governor" Burllngame flew dicative of the assistance being to tho committee by other off rather hastily and In a news.One must pity the poor old Republican machine paper Interview compared the church congregations. This commitW( j 'SAY, 0.5 TOWN tee will visit St. John's, St. James, when it sees the desperate efforts rathskeller to the notorious iW CoXc St. Mary Magdalen, St. Cecilia, St. made to save Its face In connection dive conducted .by Maxie Farb, a Brlgld's and St. Frances of Rome with the appointments and plums Farb, a prominent Republican and being handed out by tho Harding sterling worker for the "reform" churches tomorrow. Thomas W. Tarpy, of the Dining Room Commitadministration. Week In and week! administration. Then tho Seelbach tee, held a meeting of his commltteo out we read of Boss Tobe Hert or Hotel management called the "Govto Immediately after the meeting, and Ches Searcy taking flying trips to ernor's" hand and forced him organized by electing a Secretary Washington, and tho special corre- repudiate his comparison, and in spondent of the Louisville Herald, addition made him withdraw the and Treasurer. He Invites all who wish to help In the affair to como the machine organ, tells us that order stationing uniformed police inh to the meet.ng ncM Monday evening. President Harding drops everything the Seelbach rathskeller. The lj.1.1 rt.AVA am .!. failed to tell tho Tickets on the automobile were disIU11U VfllCB SIKUl WJICU 1UUC UI HIiAn lnnil i i,ii.lii,..w now oniy rvccnuj In Washington. tributed to the various parishes. And when the Board or safety Kentucky Republican bosses arrive lone of tho uniformed Kejstono cops KENTUCKY STATE OFFICERS. at the White House tho Herald says, "butted" into the dance festivities that Harding caJIs out: "Hello there and "shimmied" and La Vega Clements, of Owensboro, or "Hello Ches, this is in- - trotted" with a woman, who wore was plpfitod Sf.itn Denutv at the deed a pleasure," and then the Prcs- - his police cap and dangled his billy Burglars and safe blowers 'find Louisville and the Keystone Slate Council, Knights of Columbus, ldent turns to a few Senators and from her wrist while dancing. The night on gathered around and' guests at the hotel that at Congressmen which convened police easy picking. elected Tuesday. says: "Gentlemen you will have to' thought ho was a clown policeman Other officers management were George A. Burkley, Louisville, excuse me now, this is my best introduced by the hotel the Secretary; Z. T. Campbell, Morgan-flGlbuddy, and I want to chat with for their entertainment, but Joseph Polln, Treasurer; him," incidentally placing his arms truth was that tho clown policeman Springfield; Advocate, and Charles lovingly around Boss Tobe or Boss, was introduced by the present Board J. Richardson, Elizabeth, Warden. Ches as the case may be. Since the of Safety and the election we have Tjeen ton machine. But the shot that Paul J. Meagher, Frankfort; the reading those little heart interest took "Governor" Burllngame and Rev. James I. Gorey, Covington, and was the Ellzabethtown, R. E. McNamara, stories and the little fish Repub- - Chief Petty off their pins Seelbacn ot Manager to the Na. Means began to smack their lips over' (statement ing at the same time the unborn w'ero elected delegates ou in niOnV was snlpmnlOfl nf Rt Tntnr'a paid tional Council at San Francisco. tho many fat Jobs that were to. when he said: "I child of its right to the supernatural The State meeting next year will cnr, and be- - church in the presence of the lm- taxes and licenses last come this way. meuiaie iamuies ot the life Imparted in Baptism. Tho blood be held at Ashland. Tho report of To begin with, Boss Tobe was llovo I am entitled to tho assistance bride and groom, and mends Father of the murdered child will cry for tho Secretary showed a gain ot 25 going to be In the Cabinet, Boss of Uie police in protecting my place Punch officiating. the Rev. vengeance against all tho agents and per cent. In membership the last The attendants Wasn t that a Ches was to be appointed Commls-- I from were Mrs. Sloan Prather and abettors of Its murder." council contributed $100 of Internal Revenue, Boss hot one? sloner Stephen Banahai. The worthy couAnother evil of deepest turpitude year. The Kentuckv Homo fund. Then Wednesday night the Ke ple left for a trip through Matt was to be Assistant Attorney Australian Catholic Bishop's Unan- Is, the Bishop said, what may be tn tiio Did were adopted and transthe East General, Paul Burllngame was to bo1 stone poljce figured in the headlines nun upon meir return to variously described as race suicide, Resolutionsthe Americanization Con win Col. Charles Morrow Ross swerable Condemnation of mitted tn rjnvnr nf Pnrfn men. Will Petty aualn.Seelbach guests were closetedand nouseKeepmg in the country. go The In or the restriction of families by gress at the Capitol indorsing the two United States Marshal, Chief brldo ls a Race Suicide. mechanical means or the misuse of programme. Gov. isawin Collector, wiu station house, tho story going? Mrs. W. M. danchter of Mr. nnrl Postmaster, noDeri xucas i. MorrowJacobs. Mr. Mulloy 13 marriage. .guests ere "The purpose ot mar banand Able.Netter or Hurley Pope that the twofirtntrlne whisky oTienlyr u juuug ousmess man and served 5.", riage," Bishop Carroll declared, "is addressed the Knights at tho i.Jmiitionoiroa ."","""',, m. ,..,uU . """"" nliAt. iwm Minister to uanomey. In the words of tho catechism, to . "" wnr nnnhml. overseas uunng the war. Tho rnnvenftnn nassed resolutions Federal jobs or pickups wero to uo; ai ine v.o i.nfnrm" ndmlnlstra- .,n.. i. Monhlgnor John Can oil Pleads For bring up children In the fear and favoring the recognition of the Irish dlshed out to Bill Bomar, Ernest PLEASED WITH REPORTS. love of God. Tho secular spirit of Republic, and aleo muorsea tno want the millionaires to Horn, Jimmy Carroll, Maxie Farb, tion didn't n Courageous Stand by All or not is not the day, the philosophy that ignores Lafollette resolution, and directed John HoatfJand, John uauo, uu hiu, get away from them A large and enthusiastic gatherGod and worships self, has perverted a little 125 pound Catholics. Renretarv to forward conies to Charles Martin, Harvey Burns, Ser- known, but when Rosary Academy on tried to ing at this holy sacrament to quite another tho Senators and Representatives in geant Steepleton and other active reporter from the Herald promptly Tuesday Holy was thrilled night was purpose. It has made marriage a our with the working Republiacns. But we aro get tho news he by the po- reports from tho Chicago convention outwardly Tespectable, Congress. convenience, sorry to relate that despite the lit- thrown through tho door course this of the American Association for RecOf sexual Regards Destruction of Un- - for he justification of thethA o Herald says lice station keeper. with the prom- - ognition of the Irish Republic. Church that the tle THEIR ANNIVERSARY MASS. nnpnlnnfl Mf.rtit nitfinntlnf. line Jtev. IJttoatuua, vwwiuub uvifUiibiui, lug uui' took place between Harding and the Is not hardly in John O'Connor presided and anborn as Murder of Worst "ural and divinely ordained obliga fin Rnnilnv. Mav 8. at St. Andrew Kentucky bosses, the Jons have all ISeS 01 iUajui oiiii"' the - news to other hundred names were added to all tions. I say outwardly respectable, church, New York City, Msgr. Evers Today Petty about givinghardly Type. gone in another direction. to the the membdrshlp. Resolutions were fair because in Itself such a life is un and the public, .i,in, Is we find that Lucas will be Collector Si. ,a faithfully done' adopted protesting against the stateutterably degrading and sinful.. It celebrated the twentiethof annivers-is what and that Chief Petty is making a the institution ments regarding Ireland by a Lexis a gross violation of the natural ary ot as bidding of the desperate effort to land the position tho the printers ana rtVia In w If Clntl otwI sINrtna st known machine. What splendid ington pastor and educator, who was TENDENCY Mscr. EverS. who mass. of Prohibition Enforcement Officer. discipline the Night Chief must have roundly scored by Miss Hunt, of the BITTERLY CENSURED 60uls Hei for heaven, and de- first Herman Monroe having displaced the mass, said .11,. j ......i limine .f nifrM- rfien week Red Cross, who delivered a stirring frauds Australia of citizens that organized ihp first Sunday the May. ot mooc tho Chief for the Postofflce appoint- over mo week out brawls ot this kind and patriotic address. The resolumainstay and defense, 1901, nn practically has celebrated would be her ment. The Kentucky Irish Amer- In and and the station house. "VV11'?' tions were ordered sent the Ken It brings to lowest depths of ican doesn't want to Intrude In Re- happen incase has disappeared and tucky State Board of toEducation. s:du a. the Protestant clergyman ess a sacrament by the mass every Sunday at At first instituted affairs, but if there Is one by the bf assaults and robberies are Rev. Patrick Walsh and Rev. publican - Christ for a lofty and holy purpose, m. for the twenty years. John Malthus advanced his theory ot volIn the above list that deserves a stories . a special lndult was granted by the No neWS O'Connor gave a detailed report of nnnnrn. i on substantial reward it is Chief Lud, Kepi liuiu i from the night head- the convention proceedings, which untarv birth restriction as a means Some writers evil the social question Pope to Msgr. Evers for ten years to practice on the stories tho defend this This ten who as head of the Keystone police quarters,come were most harmonious and gratify- of preventing possibly to give the ground of the pov.erty of the par- - say mass at 2 o'clock. for department for threo years has permission was In the morning. ing to everv deleeatp. AHs TTnnt'o theory has been advocated and prac- - ntg an opportunity much axmB year years more. Againextended But lt ,g By all this indult earned a martyr's crown. They tell an old story of how a arraignment of England was con ticed by many, even In countries the p00r as am0ng tho Idle rich and ten mnowpii hv HIh Graco Arch- 6omethlng means give Col. Petty noa city for the first vincing, and she predicted that a Maithus pleasure farmer visiting and give him a restful Job at that, time was taken the the races by his little more expression of sympathy where the results apt to bewished to vails. Atseekers that the itvice right bishop Hayes on his recent visit to to realized, were not is the same time as three years of the nerve wracking nephew and persuaded to bet ?5 on only Is needed to secure from Con- As early as 1830 the theory found that our efforts should be made to the Holy Father, anu Msgr. ivers experience ot handling drunken and a race. After the race tho nephew gress the recognition desired. This ardent advocates in our own coun- - provide a more equal distribution begins on the third inauix. brawling cops, coupled with "yap" nnd Vinnriod his farmer meeting was one of the most inter- try, oven now not of the opportunities and goods of motormen and conductors, is a trial 'uncle $14. the horse having won esting and satisfactory yet VISIT MARSE HENRY. and as we learn from Australia, the life than at present ob'alns. Hence held. Indeed. one. me um evil practice has numerous support- - it is that I should much like to see past week was a sample week and paid six toand said "How long hrnnpht to LOU This Cndinlav'ii CAST FOR PLAY. ers there in spite of the newness of the motherhood endowment bill ot Cofl. Potty's trials and troubles. tloman gasped been going on?' And two of New York's big men, thing y isvllle bit- - placed on the statute book, In has this the country. This tendency was As a starter Police Lieutenant grocer, army of eald by The following Is the cast of "A James Butler, millionaire censured and the necessity of ing with the responsibilities of gets in the this must became here the an during the Kentucky Belle," which will be prehorse breeder and financier, and Catholic opposition to it riage there is always to be kept an automo- crooks who a harvset they have headlines by riding in O'Brien, What Circle in an address delivered fore the world the viewpoint of Judge Morgan J. AssociationChairman Surety sented by the Dramatic Club of St. bile with a couple of white mulo races. for Re reaped and the National Helena's at St. before the Catholic Federation in faith, or God's providence over his rr ho AmoriMti Sunday Messrs. But Joy riders. The story read like the Company advertises in the papers Xavler's nudltorlum on May 17, 19 Sydney recently by 'the Right Rev. children. The words ot the Psalmist lief ot Ireland. comedy regular slap and bang movie that burglars and holdup and 22 at 815 p. m. and Saturday Bishop of L'smore. John Carroll, nre true to experience, 'I was once ler and O'Brien, accompanied by Mr. his we see regularly. First a call comes men week obtained 50,000 in forty-eig- matinee, May 21 had at 3 p. m.: Misses The Bishop, charged that the Ignor- - young and I am now old, and I have P. L. Scanlan, ot West Broadway, In that there Is trouble brewing at hours. Two eafes wero cracked Anna May Nold, Dorothy Dlenst, Itfg of the Christian principles in- - never seen the Just man forsaken who Is an old associate ofto the faMarse the soft drink stand and Republican and one ot these was featured in Ruth DonnellV. Artalnfrin Rphitlton volved needs must redound t& tho nor his seed seeking bread.' These mous grocer, paid a visit headquarters of Charles Welgel at the lobby of the Mary Anderson Frances Lancaster, Anna May Camp- con- - words ot encoruagement and hope Henry Watterson at his homo near detriment of Australia, and Eleventh and Market. The patrol where following the reg- Deu; Messrs. John Norton, Baldwin tlnued: aro ratified by our Divine Lord, 'Be Jeffersontdwn. The great editor and neTSOnal machine responds to the call and Theater, n'Drlon aro vaudeville show an extra fea- Wuersch, Henry Hinkle, John Lub"The Catholic Church interpreting not solicitous for your life what T...l scene Patrolman Oda Pate ular was given near the by crookSjWho bers, Arnold Kronenberg, Benjamin God's law, proclaims aloud the right you shall eat, nor for your body friends, and the visit was greatly . sees a man run up an alley. Pate ture k i.iiiiir iimih r na uiu as "Knockem and Crack-em- ." Dumstorf. Every preparation has of the unborn child. ye The church what you shaJl put .,. lumps from the patrol and dashes featured safe and got been made for a high class produc- states clearly that to destroy tho first tho Kingdom of on. Seek his l. jiunj' nf ton Indies- nmi centlemen. a v. God and r un,. "i iv." ..-- &eeiuacn wmw mysterious runner but away' blew the theater after the with $3,000, this little skit who were at tne child and Patrolman Oda, after encountering a being much admired and applauded tion. word about St. Helena's Co- life of the unborn It Is is to commit justice unto all these things shall be here. A you.' " murder. cans, deserts the fe wash barrels and crooks. It Is needless operative Club at this time might wlllfuC- that the horrible much to bo added Bishop strongly urged the by our local' practice of The feared chase and cornea nacK to me pairui to say they will respond to the en- not bo amiss. They CLOSES LONG CAREER. of these machine. So far o good. Next reel. core and It Is also needless to say members among the boast 1,000 the massacre of the innocents is preaching and repetition the sacred- truths, stating that on on business glris widespread." Before the machine can move The practical retirement of Bishthe Keystoners won't even have a of Louisville and aro growing all the A Sydney newspaper, the Bishop ness of infant life and the sanctity along comes a big touring car and clue. ' time. It is thB object of St. Helena's went on, ibrlefly reported a case tried of marriage the "very foundation of op Burke, of St. Joseph, through the goes smashing "blooolo" Into the Club to give to the before Acting Judge Mocatta of a national and social well 'being exist." appointment of an adminlstratdr for patrol machine, knocking Patrolman TALBOT. SFXTOXD Catholic girls of Louisville recrea person having procttred an unlawful He appealed particularly to the his diocese, marks the close of a Pfelffer clean out of th? Pate and peartion, pleasure and the opportunity to "The learned Judge made eratlon to carry out this mission, long career In the episcopate, Bishop knocking them for a machine and the last years ago It Is ot interest thatLieutenant better equip themselves for their some comments that throw a curious, "Bold, courageous speaking at every ly thirty-focomes another "P pogcai. Then appointed the first Lord position in life. The proceeds of light ou how the crime of destroy-- center of the Federation," ho said, Burke was liceman on the scone, Patrolman previous Catholic Talbot, RichFour years grabs the white mule of Ireland was also a named to the "A Kentucky Belle" wild be added Ing or attempting to destroy the life "will help to form public opinion In Bishop of Cheyenne. Pipes, and he 6f tho unborn Is nowadays rogarded. accordance with justice and truth: later he was transferred to the dio touring car. Lieut. ard Talbot, who was in 1687. The to the club house fund. riders in the big II. If In tho words pf the Judge, as re- -' It will help to brand with deserved cese Of St, Joseph. UlSnop narsiuo, Jarboe, of the Joy riding car, states position by James a nnfi nichnn Burke S ABOUT ported, the accused pleaded guilty, Infamy those wretched people who IRISH. ho was present Talbot was not always doesn't know who ' that howith and judging from the Talbot. He was christened Fitzalan and had refrained from maligning advocate or batten on these abomin-thE- f are the only Bishops living nowr riding uuun. r'"b-ebut assumed the name ot Miss Mary Edna Murphy. 2708 girl's character, he would havoable 'practices." It Is Important that whose appointment ume Practically looks of tho others they didn't Know Howard forty-fiv- e years ago in order Slevln street, is taking great pleas- been treated as first offender. The such "bold, courageous speaking" be than.i. thirty years. cither, Talbot who they wcro riding with vears the noot fifteen of tho Earl ot ure In exhibiting tho following let- other strange comment was this: 'As' done In our country likewise, for the nor furthermore dltln't care. The to inherit tho fortune Pipes Shrewsbury, whose family name was ter from Gov. Morrow, received this a man of the wo rid one could not' evil condemned is widespread with episcopate in America has been re three "P" policemen, Pate, week In response to her plea for the disguise from himself that such us. Such activity, seconding the newed. and Pfelffer, say the big car that hit Talbot; recognition of the Irish Republic: things happened and that though "bold, courageous speaking" urged them was going east. Lieut. Jarboe VETOED. SIGHT SEERS. "Office of the Governor, Frank- they were not commendable still It by the Bishop of Lismore, could not x says he was going west, and we befort, May 9, 1921 My Dear Miss might be said by some people that fail or producing desirable results. the ipollce think they wjre lieve that naRged thO mv- - M.l.. T aotolnturn represented Murphy: I am In recalpt ot your In certain instances excuses could was well LooiisvMie O. B. of C. V. The knocked west and crooked. In .New York City, letter and desire to assure you that be held out, such as in the case act repealing the law establishing Board ot Safety gives out no report the past week seers, Pleasure I am in sympathy with the Irish when, a girl's character was at i " AMERICAN KINDNESS. Columnus uay as a uuuu Keystone police among the sight and Just another worry vetoed the act. r... rnviA Chief Petty. seekers and misiness peopw ..u. people In thejr struggle for self-tl- e stake.' It is a thousand pities that mlxup is let to Douglas, resentment of Mrs. W. W. termination, for their liberties as the learned Judge did not condemn The American Relief Administra which is ascribed to a Then v.w to jeeioa" - uici !" being Mr. T andConraa, mwks ovbb Mft!y a people. I believe in the purpose tho practice as well as .those men of tion, of which Herbert Hoover is the Knights of coiumDus ouwjiumu -- ' "- -' Derby h gnt ana a8 "v. J. Hiru. Which fills the heart ot the Irish iuq nuuu wjju uieiu uui. OAUumsa iui i ouniiuiau, imet iuiiuu lb yucuiMia u opposition to blue laws. . w. nollce al0 ran, or m umci nmu wimu uu u- J patriot, and which has filled It alnce such abominable crimes. Whatever the contribution of foodstuffs .for the demonrtrated that a "yap" street- - A. J. Straus, Thoma P. Galther. M. Mitchell aitf the time of .Robert Emmet. I thank may be the view of the Judge, or Sisters ot Charity to maintain their CLASS THEATER PARTY. flah peddler from the4 a. Manor a in nolfce uniform does .fit. McWilllanw, J. you for your letter. I do not know the law, the Catholic Church con- large orphanage Ip Cracow, Poland, M. Clark. Ground nifr I am about demned the murder of the innocent; This orphanage was founded forty-fiv- e Members of the gymnasium class that you know it, not make a policeman. In the SeelClub years ago and bouses 800 Saturday HAPPY UNION. Irieh mpedtV aaii can not no excuse of honor or shame can of St. Helena's Hotel RathkeSler bach most ot them girls who have will give a theater party Tuesday wm-therefore iheto lovi men and womtn at..IriMl and justify the taking away of the Hfe A of much lntret it popl. regards ot the unborn oklW, The church re- finished school and are learning ev&nlBg to see ''A Kentucky Belle," marrlaza With ! from all Prt of th eoun- i...u.i,rf MfitiOB and ,m Hluaer&Mt 'wishe. ? am, moat 1b gards the destruction of the unborn needlework. Lack of fuel forced the which w.111 be given by the Dramatic W Mis AaW J, JtJJ yours, - vm as murder of tae wort typ, de-- closing ot a laundry, the chief Circle of the club at St. Xavler's BUly Buday 2wi? auto IWlloy. TW cer."BDWIN P, MORROW." troyln tb nataral Hfe and uprrT - ' source of income to ths orphanage, auditorium. or REPUBLICAN IRELAND Women Incarcerated ns Part of.Eng. land's Campaign Against . People. L K8?, Fifteen Have Never Had Trtal or Charge Preferred Against Them. .:... E"ffl z' ir " 1 j Recent Instances of Brutal Treat ment by British Imperial Forces I PATRIOTISM IS ONLY CRIME. Key-Btone- rs rcn-deo- rd Twenty-si- x SeeJ-ba- ch m aro In Seel-bac- f 111 "fo-Tob- e" d, paign of terrorism against tho peo-pl- o ot Ireland as waged by tho ninnk nml Tnnq. Plffoon nf thaan women have never had a trial nor has any charge ever been preferred against them. The other eleven aro serving penal sentences imposed upon thorn by British courts-martia- l, wuicii in some instances sat in complete secrecy. The most recent Issue of tho frloh TIlllIeMn nf TinliHn thn nfnMnl publication of tho Irish Republic, gives deplorable facts concerning many ot these patriotic women, them tho mothers of young children. In giving details ot tho arrests tho Bulletin points out that in Kngianu it has been decided in the Interests nf liteHpft in filing wnmon fn olf nn Juries, especially whero a woman Is concerned in tho caso at bar. in Ireland, however, women or hign nosltlon in national" affairs aro hand- Ofl nvai n fntirfn rnmnnsorl nf ntm fleers who are admitted enemies of at present incarcerated In Ireland as part of England's patriotic Irish women Jp'.Is cam- I $3-1- , MURDEROUS , I ?...... ,i.t.i,i , j the natoln. Tho justice meted out by these military courts, according to tho Bulletin, is Illustrated In the caso ot Nurso Linda Kearns, of Sllgo. The official report Issued by Dublin Pnutln nn fhn nrreaf nf MIrs Kearns charged that she was driving a. mo tor car in which were ruling msn Republican troops. She was tried In secret at Belfast on March 11. Two weeks later Mbs Kearns was Informed that she had been sentenced to ten years' penal servitude. If the charges made by Dublin Castle were proved and they were not then Miss Kearns was guilty onjy For of patriotism and humanity. similar action in Belgium Nurso Edith Cavell was hailed as a martyr by Lloyd George. Mary Bowles, fourteen years old, of Clogheen, County Cork, was sentenced to five years' penal servltudo for having enby a court-martideavored to rescue a machine gun which belonged to the Irish Republican army. Other Irish women who are paying the price for being truo to their flag include the Countess Constance Markievlcz, member of tho Republican Parliament, serving two years al tete-a-tet- es --, '. nignt-wnrkfir- s' ... at hard labor for organizing tho Irish National Boy Scouts; Miss Keogh, matron of tho Benedictlno V. -.-. nx-er- s" n, pre-preve- nt 1- over-populate- d, -- Tlnr-hi- r Jar-bo- e, deal-terl- us ht -- O rv: w - h, - Fed-dru- g. ur TWO-THIRD- .1 I i -- I .".? Vl. . -- -- the former charged with, having in her possession documents dealing with Dail Eireann, and the latter with possessing correspondence from Dail Eireann dealing with local government. Miss Hicks is serving three months on a charge of having seditious literature in her possession. In addition to these there aro fifteen women In various jails In Ireland on unstated charges. Soma or the women have been kept In constabulary barracks where there were none but men. Miss Shana-haof Limerick, was confined for five weeks In a Black and Tan barracks, being the only women there. Other cases of (Interest include the recent arrest of Mrs. Thomas Dillon, wife of a professor at She was College. Galway. taken from her home and family ot voung children and lodged In Galway Jail. Her husband has been for some time sought by the Crown forces, hence the children wero deprived ot both father and mother. Mrs. James Ryan, wlfo of Dr. Ryan, Republican member ot Parliament, and himself in prison, was arrested for refusing to exhibit a British military proclamation in the window of her home. She wbb taken from her daughter llttlo and confined to Wexford Jail. Later she was fined 50 and released. she refused to pay the fine her furniture (Is to bo seized and sold. i&- Thocn flrA nnlv n few recent stances of how the British Imperial forces treat the gins anu women ui. Irelandj whose only crime is patriotn, Uni-vorsity eight-months-o- ld Be-cau- at Gorey, County Boys' College Wexford, serving two years because arms were found In her home; Miss L.. Hawes, ot Cobh, County Cork, Berving ono year lor having national literature in her possession; Miss Coyle, ot Roscommon, serving one vear for having literature ot tho Women's National League In her possession, and Miss RIgney, of Clontarf, Dublin, serving two years for having ammunition In her possession. Dr. Ada English, of Balldnasloo, is serving nino County Galway. months for having literature in her possession, while Miss Anita of Westport, County Mayo, and Miss Alice Cashel, B. A., are each serving six months sentence, Mc-Mah- so ism. w .i two-thir- ds bt HIKERS WILL ATTEND. The Hikers ot St. Helena's Cooperative Club will give a theater party Thursday evening to sea' "A Kentucky Belle," given by th Circle of tne club at St. Xarier's auditorium. Dra-mat- io ahil-dre- n, - a gthrl i w. t- ibt of erlybt v jOrMtforeroKrxr OOJUNQ EVENTS. nfcisn ajskeir.xca2$. RISIIOP FOR TEXAS. "A Kentucky Belle," to bo presented by St. HelClub Dramatic PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ena's . . . ! .unmrncas u f rvit..fiM Circle, In St. Xavler College Audiand Moul Advnmenl ot irun nMA to th Sockl torium. officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea'i 0 May Annual May festival Catholic Knight i of America. Institute and of Sowing Circle of Academy of Our Lady ot Mercy, in academy MSKTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., IncorpfHrf. Publishers auditorium. COPyIc May 30 Altar Society social at SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLE St. William's Hail, Thirteenth ana May 17 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERMJffll - to 22 19-2- UfeHt Ail Cltitlnt' Etittred at the LouliTllle Poitolflco ai Seceod.Clati Matter. Wnt IRISH AMERICAN. to tin KEMTUCKY 319-32- 1 Liberty fr(TOcbuNcfe LOUISVILLE, KY PRESIDENT'S DIFFICULT!. There is one thing, above all others, that would help the President enormously in his efforts to secure a just and a lastlng"peace, and that is tho recognition of tho Irish Republic. When we consider the influence England wields among the ' taations of Europe, which are more or Jess dependent on her good will, where their spoils of war aro concerned, wo can realize the difficulty ot the task that awaits President Harding to make tho poace con formable to American ideas of Jus- tice, particularly since Ins preue- cessor went out of his way to make America appear little bettor than EngJund's rubber stamp. Now with thiB in view, It Is evident that before the President can command tho support, or even the respect, of Powers, he the other interested must show that ho is free from British influences, that be is actuated by no secret purpose to relieve England of a part of a burden she has found too heavy, and thus give her a chance for commercial recuperation at tho expense of the rest of Europe: he must in fact show that ho is above the suspicion ot favoritism (favoritism is his legacy from the last Administration), and this he can do by recognition of the Irish Republic; and if he do this be can count on the support ot every nation on Continental Europe, Oak, at 8 p. m. May 23 May festival and candy Strut pulling at Sacred Heart school, afternoon and eronlng, In school hall, Seventeenth and Broadway. May 25-2- 6 May festival for St, Benedict's new church, afternoon In Tho Right Rev. Monsigdor Emanuel B. Ledvlna, General Secretary of TO BE GIVEN BY THE the Catholic Church Extension SoBishop of ciety, appointed to be Corpus Christ!, Texas, succeeding Club St. Helena's Right Rev. Paul Joseph Nussbaum, Is a native ot Evnnsvllle, Intl., and was born October 28, 186S. Ho was - ST XAVIER S AUDITORIUM Second and BrDadvray. educated In the public schools ot St. Louis- - and in the parochial Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday Evenings, schools ot Evansvllle. He entered May 17, 19, 22, at 6:15. St. Melnrad's Seminary from which he graduated and was ordained Snturday Malince, May 21, at 3 P. M. nrlnot nn Maroli 18 IRQ!!. fin thA fmimlntlnn nt thn fiiithnllc Churchi Ticket 50c. Reserved Seats 75c Extension Society he was made General of that great institution and has done remarkable work "A Kentucky Belle" DRAMATIC CIRCLE 50 AT kkAAAirkkkAkAi ' K I X t c Per Cent. Below 1920 THESE SUITS Sec-rota- ry SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1921 tent with the Carsonlte leaders, the maioritly of the better class ot workers having come to realize their actual dependence on tho good will ot Irish Nationalists for ouch prosperity as they can know. Tho probable result of this will be that a strong labor party of Nationalist tendencies will bo returned from thei manufacturing centers. This would .. spell the death of Carsonlsm AltE ORDERED OUT. Ledvlna, notwithstanding his ot St, long residence in Chicago, is still a Ann's chujeh, afternoon and even- priest of the diocese of Indianapolis and will return to that jurisdiction ing. excursion ot for his consecration, which will take Juno 7 on TrmIty Council on6steamer East st place at St. June 14. The ceremony will be perLouis Joseph Right formed June 22 St. Philip Neri church Chartrand,by Bishop of Rev. Indianapolis, picnic, outing and afternoon and assisted by two Bishops of the New evening, at Rlvoll Garden. Orleans province, of which Bishop Ledvina's See is a part. A AA A A kA and evening. May 2G that responsible position. Mon-slgn- or Ladies' Hats Reshaped. Hats. We May .festival Marys-of-the-Woo- Bring us your Milan and Leghorn will clean, dye and reshape them into the latest summer styles. $40.00 FIFTY PER CENT. BELOW 1920 And equally as much below the average price quo tations of today for Suits of the better type. Fin . ished worsteds, serges and cheviots, all pattern s, all models, all sizes. You should see them. Our Spring prices are from s- Good AVork Our Motto. tee. Forty years in business our guaran- AA AAA Ar, SOGIETY. A AA I SAYS RECOGNITION NEAR. FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET North Side inridge street, has Just returned from a visit to Frankfort. Miss Clara Landes, of East Breck l ' tho response has been enthusiastic. JOHN ASSENT tact that American correspondents ? out ot the coun- - Mrs Mary Jt Cuneni at Middletown. have been ordered BAG. BEAUTIFUL PIANO TUNER try until the elections are over. Mrs Qeorge e. Jansen is homo log- - and convalescing nicely after a crit McSwiney net bag, planned The Every "moderate" elected to the this 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE islaturo of Southern Ireland would leal operatio.n at St. Anthony's Hos- - by a Sister ot Mercy, the first otLord kind, started on the day of n am.ill vlrtnrv fnr I.lovd Pit"' Home Phone, City SZ98 ronrntnnt McSwlney's death in Brixton prison, O'SullIvan George, hence It will i1Q the duty at Miss Nellie and EUznbeth has been and presented to his sister, Miss gt8 Hospital ot the authorities to see mat, as ia tne past ten jays for rest and recu- - Mary McSwiney, on the occasion of her visit to Louisville, will be given as they can help, no Sinn Felner ls,peratIon. away Spring Festival of tho Mr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy of Sisters atofthe admitted to tho polling places. The Mercy; 1176 East Broadthe Puritan, had as their guest tho way, May 19 and 20. This purse Is outside world, however, must be past FOR Campbell, of week valued at 4100. kept in tho dark, hence the corre- St. Louis. Mrs. T. F. spondents of foreign newspapers Fire Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Donnell, CHURCH OF OUR LADY. must be kept away. ot New Albany, will move into a now home at 1G1G Ekin avenue the The Church of Our Lady presentfirst of June. ed an animated and Inspiring scene NEEDED LEGISLATION. Misses Durrett Oglesby and Freda Sunday morning, when the Rev. a. home i r it.. ,v.v. J Miller, who motored Mondayto attend Martin O'Connor celebrated the high Prompt and Efficient Service to Fort mass and a large number of chilreturned . City 3728 Main ... tn "J Ub Benjamin Harrison. """ " dren ot the parish received from a bill that provides a punishment or( Robert Moran, Bowling Green, ar- him their first holy communion. The 309 STARKS"" BUILDING penalty for apartment house owners rived Saturday to attend tho Derby. altars were banked with flowers and who will not rent to couples with, While here ho was tho guest of the sanctuary ablaze with lights. lomt Phone, City 4300 WARNS AGAINST JAPAN. Cumb. Phone, Main 8580-children. Their action Is not only, " UKB Joyce RETREAT AT ST. JOSEPH'S. "a" Japan in the near future does a blow to morality, but a direct If tor Hubbuch Sr. & Son Beginning Wednesday, May 25, a not try conclusions with the United suit to the democracy of the Amer visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. H. retreat will be held at St. Joseph's people. Dogs and monkeys al- Sackett, and Mr. Sackett. States it will not bo England's fault. ican Dealers In and Mr. and Mrs. William Sandman church, Washington young Webster, WorsTilps, submarines and airplanes lowed, but no children, has long men and especially for the WALL PAPER AND RUGS from their honeymoon are being"" built for Japan in English ceased to be humorous. Men and have returned at homo with Mr. and women of that congregation and trip and are FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. yards, and an army of British ex- women voters should demand a Mrs. John Klapheke, Rosewood ave their friends. This retreat will close on Sunday, May 29, and will be perts are training the Japs in air- pledge ot prospective candidates to nuo. 8 WEST MARKET 8T. given by the Rev. Daniel Llnfert, plane warfare. Add to this that our support this much needed legislaThomas Peak announces the en O. F. M., who Is so successful as a gagement of his daughter, Miss retreat master. All young people organs day by day print tion. Mary G. Peak, to Clarence C. Stoln- - from other parishes aro Invited. solemn warnings against Japan, that bock. The wedding will take place WELL TO KNOW. Is to say are doing their utmost to In June. THE GREAT DAY. increase our hostility to Japan while START ONE THIS MINTN WITH THE Miss Lydla Klrwan nave a de Just when the controversy over llghtful luncheon Thursday at the Last Sunday was the great day pointing out that at the same time e boys of England is our natural ally, and it Yap Jias been brojugbt to a head It Is Country Club for Mrs. Robert Bur for forty girls and Louisville Bank ot St. Cecilia's church, who had the will be apparent that war between not pleasant to find out that British gess' guest, Miss Mary Howard, happiness of receiving their first been training the Jap Altoona, Pa. us and tho yellow Island Empire is flyers 'have Foartk and Central AvCana Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Krabl an holy communion from the hands of just what England desires. And anese in tho latest achievements ot nounce the engageemnt ot their tho Rev. Robert Cranoy, the pastor, . Isabella at the solemn high mass in the HAMBLX BROS. SHOB BTORBS why? Because Japan's growing in- aeronautics. Or course, Lord North-- daughter Mlss Margaret cllffe says that unemployment In Krahl, to Leonard A. Zaopfel. The morning. In the evening at 7:30 fluence in, Asia is a menace to BritAH Kinds of 7ootwar For the place June 8 at the Right Rev, Bishop O'Donaghue ish domination, and because sooner England has much to do with thewiddlng will take Whole Family ranis ot uome cnurcn administered the sacrament ot conpresence, just now, ot British flyers or later England will be obliged to of 52C L firmation. Miss Rose Connelly, Two HAMBLY'B Store fight Japan to retain a foothold in in Japan. But that does not explain street, and Jack Herms, of Detroit, MJUi and Portland. 8haw. 171 TAKE NICE TRIP. Japan, even with away the menace. Nor does it ex- were married at tho rectory of Holy that continent. CUT 71 18th and Magaalna England's aid, could not hopo to plain why Great Britain is so anx- Name church on Thursday afternoon the well known W. B. Curley, O'Connor offici we say ious tbat Japan should have con- of last week. Father was hold at tho railroad engineer, and Mrs. Curley R. A. Krapp beat the United States, hence Cba. 8. Xrapp A reception to- ating. that frtie wIU not challenge us In trol of Yap. Put two and two Home Phone, City 7005 homo ot tho bride, atfor which tho left Tuesday for Cleveland, where eplte ot England's urging. But we gether, and there Is no mistaking happy young couple left for Detroit, they will represent the LoulsvIMo ERAPP'S MEAT MARKET and Paducah divisions of tho Brothdo say that tho wily Jap will chal- tho side which Britain favors In where they will make tnelr nomo. the Pacific. It Is well for us to The Deco Club was entertained by erhood of Locomotive Engineers, Wholesale and Retail lenge England, in which event our Misses Kathryn and Louise O'Con- now holding their triennial national BEEV, POSX, VBAX, hostility to Japan, now being so know this. ASS home on West Avery convention In that city. Mr. and nor at their carefully manufactured, will prove All Xlnda of stoked Keata street. Those present were: .Misses Mrs. Curley will be away until IS GALLING. CODIENT Brightwell, Winifred June 1. Chrlstena S0t HAST JEFFERSON STREET of inestimable value to England. T.Annn Atinn TVTflft A IToolr Dnnna FORTY HOURS. Of course it must be galling to Doyiei' Kathryn Louise O'Connor, Ennova Cigar Ilcrm Pcrfccto INJURES EJIPLOYERS. Englishmen to read American com O'Connor, Messrs, Charles Frevllle, Scuroer's Smokers A Forty Hours' adoration of the on British brutality in Ire- Edward Meek. Bruce Mulllan, E. P. Blessed Sacrament will be held in The sensational advertisements ments (UNION MADE) helped. Brit- White, Jr., Roy E. Nolte, Robert St. Peter Claver church. Lampton Gray. Tunning in the dally papers pur- land. That can not be Home Phone, City 6041 to silence beginning with tno high mass street, porting to come from the Employ- ish propaganda has tried f tomorrow morning and continuing comments, and it sometimes sucHAD GREAT DAY. Association are serving only to the ers' until Tuesday. Rev. Father ConSCHROER BROS. has never tried stantino Schaaf, O. F. M., tho pas create distrust between employers ceeds fairly well. It which are the CoLouisville Council, Knights of Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS to abate the atrocities and employes in every corporation, lumbus, had another great day Sun- tor, will direct the services, assisted the comments. That would day, when 185 new members were by priests form other city cnurcnes 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET business house, store or factory. cause of contrary to British policy. But received Into the order. The degree Abuse of all union worklngmen be- be GOING TO COAST. "You Will Do Better at Spurrier'a" it can not suppress tihe truth for work was conducted by Circuit cause of an error or even dishonIs needed to con Judge E. J. Donohue and a team Representing Trinity Council at FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- esty of some labor leader or walk- ever. And all that After to the lowest from .Chicago. banquet the ceremonies the National Athletic Meet In CaliCATESSBN FRESH BEEATS was served at an elaborate ing delegate is no fairer than the demn Great Britain In tho Tyler Hotel, when twenty-si- x fornia will be Georgo Ruf, who denl.aanM n nil Amnlnvaco AND VEGETABLES of mi art nt depths of Infamy Is for Its deeds some of the national stars at 'i ;,.i.iw .,... nnH,J Ireland to become known. Only In Grand Knights, delegates to the feated here SPURRIER GROCERY CO. Frankfort, were the athletic meet Is one in Louisville can a parallel be found for State convention at ot the con of some corporation or business Armenia honor guests. Saturday Judge Dono- last month. He & BROADWAY honors Insulting and abusive 'the British atrocities in ireiana Aim hue and the fifteen members of the tenders for national champion. and house. These thes on' thoush 'the world Chlgaco degree team were guests of hopes to be a national Shawnee 1817 Phones West 853 advertisements for the most part are!"" Louisville Council at, the Derby. gotten up by some misfit who has cries out In horror. POSTPONED. THE VERY BEST been a failure both as a business rOLASS BASEBALL PARTY. FAST DAY. The May procession and festivities man and an employe. Business nfen usuMiss Thelma KnekeUcamp enter of St. Louis Bertrand's church, nd corporation heads who desire to This Saturday, May 14. being the Sunday Is a day ot fast tained the graduating and sopho- ally- conducted on the first bo fair should put a curb on tho Vigil of Pentecost, more classes ot the Holy Rosary ot tho month, has this year been activities of these trouble breeders. and abstinence. w ... Academy at the ball game Thurs- postponed to the last Sunday, May ii day afternoon. Those in tho party 29, In tho afternoon. MAY FESTIVAL. wore Misses Gertrude Ross, Mary A BOOMERANG. WILL REPEAT PLAY. The Sewing Society of Our Lady McDonald, Mary Agnes Leamey, SOFT DRINKS Episcopalian Bishops ot of Mercy school will entertain with Mary Pfe.iffer, Nellie Callahan, Mari-aAfter six "A Southern Cinderella," a piny Thomas, Elizabeth Watson, festival next Thursday and England had protested against mur- a May afternoons and evenings at Thelma Knebelkamp, Dorothy Bush, by tho seniors of Holy Rosary Acad Friday der and arson to Ireland wily Lloyd the school hall, 1132 East Broad- Anna Loulso Reedy, Mildred Price, omy, will be repeated May 17 at C. RIEGER George tried to prove that the posi way. Luncheon will be served and Mary Morlarlty, Ruth Mohlenkarap, Holy Rosary Hall with an excellent Ermagarde cast and orchestra ot twenty-flr- e proceeds derived will be given Mary Theresa Harrlg, HIGH CLASS tion of Ireland was just the same as the pieces. It Is a production all will Knebelkamp. building fund. appreciate. that ot tho South in our Civil War. to the PHOTOGRAPHY This silly contention has ,been boot- DOMINICAN PROVINCIAL HERE. MISSES O'CONNOR GUESTS. 810 BAXTER AVENUE LARGE JUVENILE CLASS. all angles ed and denounced from Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, The DSco Club was entertained o much that the English Premier Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery During a high mass Sunday morn Dominican Friday evening by Misses Kathryn ot the Provincial and premier hypocrite realizes that Order, was here this past week and Louise O'Connor at Iheir home lng at St. Anthony's church tho Rev 8KB POOLEY FOB MONHY. hi propaganda has proven to be a in tho the so- on Avery streot. Those present Seraphim Schlang. O. M. C. the pas of .interest boomerang. ciety for educating poor boys to the were Misses Christena Brightwell, tor, gave holy communion to a largo Loans ts those having regular nrlesthood. Father Meagher spoke Leona Meek, Louise O'Connor, Annan class of boys and girls who received or salary, with ae pnblletty OUTLOOK. all of tho masses at St. Louis Marie Doyle, winltrea Burns, itatu-ry- It for the first time. at UNHAPPY r red tape.' Loans to housekeeper O'Connor, Messrs. Charies Frechurch and obtained nartrand's a their personal security. support for his vllle, E. P. White, Jr., Edward SEWING CIRCLE MATINEE. The Carsonltes, who accepted par- many pledges ot F. R. POOLSJY, Roy E. Nolte, Bruce Mullian, cause. Meek, worthy tition, home rulo because It offered a Tho Sewing Circle ot St. Helena's Seem 1, Courier-JournRobert Gray. BulldlBc, Club will give a mat certain means of destroying the MEN'S NIGHT. 415 Street. inee part ynext Saturday, to see "A KAPPV. LITTLE ONES Irish nation, are not happy over the Kentucky Bolle," which will be preElaborate preparations have been outlook.. The union of the Sinn Nineteen glrla and ten boys were sented by the plub at St. Xavler's Home Phone, Parkway 50 itinln fnr a. erand BUDDef at St.Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J Garhappy Sunday Pln and Nationalist parties in Peter's Hall. Seventeenth and unaer made exceedingly Mary Magdalen auditorium. utterly .shattered their n morning at St, lasd, next Thursday evening, VISIT THE POPE. FRED WARNS, in their ability to carry the auspkes or tne men s st;isiie church, when Rey. Father Gause- noiy com- for the benefit of the pohl gave them their "UtoUr." The boycott of "IJUter" ot the parish, supper 'will be served inunlon, Immediately flrat Rev. BdwariTA. Duff, ehaplaln on after the 10 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST ot church. The , jOelonlat arm by the retailer trom 6:30 till 9 o'clock by men o'clock mu they were confirmed - the American eruieer byPlttoburg-athe Hely TAYLOR AND BKRRY BLVD. ot Ireland baa proven a onir. who Invite all1 to cotae and en by the Right Rer. Bishop O'Don- wae recently referred the 'Father with party ot other naval TSLSPHONB YOUR DRUO WANTi "UtoUr" dlseon- - joy the evening; with them. aghue. potent aiwey ot That the British authorities do ... d'llchtful hlrth. .vcn lint intend tO nemilt a free eXnreS- - rinv gnnlrnrnirr onrnrleii nirlr slon ot opinion at tho polls In ho Miss Nancy Birch, who was op- ' 11 i nl Anttinntf'a cmu-- vu mu n..ilal.M mecuuns iur at. ruiunuu TIahIIh ntn(nfl rn rui, Ct aumuu; a iiunm, ment In Ireland Is evident from the,'8 asaln at homo and doing nicely, . u t, " SgrnS After a tour of the country, Miss Mary MacSwIney believes the causo of Ireland has been advanced to a point whore its independence soon by the United will bo recognized States. The sister of the lato Lord Mayor MacSwIney of Cork bases this belief on tho state of public opinion she has found In all parts of the country. 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Records everywhere show that the Caloric saves lt 'to the fuel this is in addition to heat ing the entire home more thoroughly uniformly, and than any other way. The Caloric is the original pipe-lofurnace, tmd has features that can not bo had in any other plpeless heating system. Wo'H sell you a CaloriO under a rigid Money-Bac- k Guarantee of satis warmth and faction. high-price- d one-third SAVES FUEL. You can solve the problem of CALORIC FURNACE one-ha- nfi other Tui In Olty Xt MORE LUMBER. is used in the construction ot your home than any other material. We furnish the best lumber at reasonable prices. ' ' SEE US ' ' OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE ASSOOXATZ69 rBOVIDEXT NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated 54-5- COLEMAN BUlLDINQ S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Incorporated 0 Ernest Oatey Drug Co. Incorporated BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. J. B. Ohllgschlagcr, President A. J. Ohllgschlnger, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 GENERAL CONTRACTORS SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND ACCURACY Bardstown Road and Longest Ave. Highland 1169 East 91G8 WILE B. MILLER COMPANY TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY 2750 L. H. ..fc fr HARPRING PHONES: SOUTH HARDWARE AND STOVES ss L. P. Blackburn PROGRESSIVE WORK FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE BLACKBURN & DAVIS Home Phone, Crescent 285 PLUMBING AND HEATING Wo Heartily Recommend the PAINTS AND WINDOW GLASS 2750 ROOFING AND JOB WORK 1236-123- 8 SOUTH SHELBY STREET C. E. Davis Home Phone. City 5480 Cumb. .Phone, South 1704 Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE - KENTUCKY East 672 ALPHC. KAUFMAN CONCRETE WORK LOUISVILL,KY. Repair Work A Specialty METAL WORKER SHEET GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFING, SHOP: N. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT Homo Phone, City 702 SHAWNEE 1948 Cumb. Phone, Main 913 THOMAS BOONE BOMAft-SUMMER- S COMPANY Highland 72 147 BELLAIRE AVENUE N HARDWARE INCORPORATED 7 West Jcfferso St. $ yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy,yyyyyyy 315-31- J - WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY PHONE US YOUR WANTS ALBUS DRUG COMPANY Incorporated FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS J CHAS. ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER AVENUE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY SalMt, Pres. J. O. iraoobs. J. MERIWETHER AND BUILDER DESIGNER GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE McCOY CITY, 1 HENYON BUILDING REALTY COMPANY. ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING The Store of Quality, Value and Service Where the Sick Ones Xaxk Receive the Best SHELBY AND MARKET STREETS Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing ARTISTIC HOMES .108 STARKS BUILDING 80. aad Tr Main 345 TELEPHONES City 9196 SUBURBAN Call Ub Repair Work Promptly Attended To AND FARM PROPERTY 1009 MARY STREET 112 SOUTH FIFTH STRBET Phone City 6708 When In NeeU ol L. GRAUMAN tk CO. Incorporated rualerfl In All yOnOm of ffios uU tore rtartuTM, BafM, Cull JUgis- Show Cum. OomzttM. 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated PAINT MATERIAL PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. 620 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner The Radios Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop tr, FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 F. M. 8HOURITY A LOAN OO ShSlVlBft, ZtO. B10 WZBX MJJX GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRLVG OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705 Hem Phone. Gltr IStS XBT TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. Home Phone, Shawnee 899 JOHN F. WILL GLOBE Xfeosrpor&U4L OTTO J. OSTER BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY VARIETY WOODWORK REPAIRING 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY 0270 Guy Leber B. J. JOHNSON & SONS CO. CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS BUILDERS PHONES Cumb., South 126-- J A. Lazar, Manager Mosey Advanced on Your Plain (Seoond Floor) Home Fhene City 3967. OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Parkway 136-L 8ia West Jefferson Street Ht Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, Excavating and Granitoid Work 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY 1000 LYNNHURST AVENUE West End Sheet Metal Works Childers Elect. TINNERS Roof Painting and Chimney Pointing a Specialty. 1420-- L ,T. E. To Help You "With Your Cleaning jfJiono us mow. C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS LOUISVILLE, KY. Co. R. A. Fine's Pharmacy DRUGS Prescriptions Our Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 300 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, Clias. Leber Incorporated 135-M- Phono Shawnee Spouting and Guttering. 3019 West Market Street WELSH, MANAGER. 333-33- 5 City WEST MAIN ' ST. nln HOME PHONR HITV KENTUCKY rno HMHHHHHHHHMHHHi WM. P. BANNON7 CONTRACTING iHUBER HAND STOKER GAS FITTING .. SEWERAGE aged took place 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Phones City 5826; Main 1264 Friday morning .from St. Louis Borland's church with requiem high Home Phone, City 7804 mass. She was the widow of ConHomo Phone, Shawnee 803 Cumb. Phone, West 412-rad Goldbach and mother of Mrs. A. A. Franz, 2020 South First HENRY GOSS 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. & street. a highly respected ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Peter Rush, HOUSE Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing and well' known resident of the West Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted e years, died AND End, aged Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty City 38 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE Tuesday morning at his home, 054 City 38 1800 WEST MARKET STREET 2011 WEST BROADWAY street, a vicNorth Twenty-eight- h Residence Phone Shawnee 12 tim of heart disease. He is survived by two daughters, Miss Anna H. A. DOLL Rush and Mrs. Charles J. Moakler, and a son, Thomas Rush, Detroit. CONCRETE WORK Funeral services were held Thursday IOELESS morning at St Cecilia's church, atCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER on display. Order now Cor spring delivery. Our Two carloads ot samples tended by a large number ot friends against dellne. Easy Unas 3 BAXTER AVENUE prices are lowest and guaranteed SHOCK and associates. By the death of Bernard ABSORBERS OGLE COMPANY Either Phone on Wednesday morning at his LOUISVILLB. KY. ej Fori SEVENTH AND JEPFFERSON STREETS Son Ice Station home, 310 Albany avenue, St. tlai Carl 2d and Liberty H. KOCH & SONS Frances of Rome parish loses another of Its old and popular memKY. HASSLER SALES CO. HERE IT IS AT LAST! CONTRACTORS bers. He w,as well known In. busiCity 2712 Phones Main- 8473 Whether It Be Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their ness circles and for more than forty by the Unfailing Quality ot Excavating and Concrcto Work Success Is Assured yeacs had been associated with R. J. Thornton & Co. Ho Is survived by Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty CLAD SNOW YOUR GROOER Home Phone, City 6437 Henry, WilMara, ASK r, SOUTHERN BRICK & six sons, Charles, and B. D. Clem, Langhorst 1116 WEST HILL STREET City 17 and four daughters, Mrs, Her- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor TILE CO. "Mrs. W, Hartlage, man Amshoff, Incorporated and Sister Miss Rosa Obermeler DRUG MANUFACTURERS OF OAKDALE Incorporated COMPANY Mary Theodollnda, Rushvllle, Ark. L. KOELLNER held Friday FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK Funeral services wereRiley celebratmorning, Rev. Father PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS AND DRAIN TILE ing the requiem high mass. PLUMBER 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS DEALERS, IN COAL Small, Always Appreciated ADMITS WOMEN. Your Patronage, Largo or T. BISHOP, Agent 028 SOUTH SECOND STRESS Women are to be admitted to PARK 262 PARK BOO Santa Tomas University at Manila OFFICE: Both Phones 2344 COR. THIRTEENTH AND ORMSBY for the first time in Its history, and a large bulldlntr-fotheir accommo City 547 South 1022 Phone adjoining the LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY datlon is being erected Both Phones 2408 present group. The women students will be segregated from the men lectures, REUTLINGER & CO. F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. during the classes and Funeral Directors Santa Tomas is the oldest univer "Wo Use the Golden Rule" Adolph RetttllBger sity under the American flag. It 913 WEST MARKET .STREET was founded, by the Dominicans In City 4782 Embalmers. FIRE INSURANCE NORTON BUILDING twenty-flv- e years before INDUSTRIAL LIGOT AND POWER 1611 Harvard. The Dominicans still con TORNADO, LIABILITY' AND INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE Telephone 1922 N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson duct the university. The number of PLATE GLASS , WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS v students at present exceeds 800, AND REPAIRS COO EP. SOUTH THIRD STRBET admission ot women 123 and wfth tho Home, City 4990 Cumb., Main. 490 the enrollment Is expeetd to go beCity 4597 South 847-professional staff City 6910 yond 1,000. The GOING PALACE CLEANERS & DYKES Res., Shawnee 1863-- L Job Work Promptly Attended To of the university numbers I Incorporated SO CALL , of- the including members IF Co. LEO H. WEBER theological. faculty. The admission Incorporated EXPERT CLKANERS OF, LADDJ8' HAMMON MATTHEW Designer and Ballder ot of women to Santa Tomas follows AND GBNTLHtfEN'S WEARING the example set ia 1906 by the GBNBRAL TRANSPORTATION, A8T MARKBT , KHMDBNCB, J061 University of AFFAKXL TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND FI&bs Cheerfully an Institution Frlbourg, Switzerland, and Estimate whos theological deMINK0W "HAYRIDH FARTDK" U.RTHUR H. ROHKANN, JO Furnished partment Is in charge ot the Domin1216 fOUTH PRBBTON iTJUWT 8. W. Cm-- Third mm! Walnut Ma. DAT OR NIGHT 1131 WBST MAIN STRMrT . ALL MQUJW , ican order. BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb. S. 164 The funeral of Mrs. Meldlna sixty-thre- e, Gold-bach, W LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON PLASTERER PHONES: Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 1881 and 1882 AROOLA HOT WATER nEATING FOURTn AND DILL STREETS RALPH C. SHAW RECENT DEATHS. MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI PLUMBER PBNDBNNIS A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. COAL REDUGED---MAY Inc. DELIVERIES Frank Hariman Sons DECORATORS 2- -J PAINTERS fifty-nin- Wilton Jelllco Lump Harlan Lump . Hazard Lump d5 ntS Per t0n el l6SS 98.25 West Virginia Lumn ss "i $8.25 Taylorf Lump ......L..Z! st'oO ZiijlT.oo $8.25 West Kentucky Lump thaQ aboveprlces lt coal Is dumped not shov- $1 Byrne SODA FOUNTAINS BILT-RITE Speed Coal Corporation " UfOORPOHl.TW ' 315 Guthrie Street. asirv now Both Phones 315 - 621-62- JOHN Over-mei- er ASK YOUR GROOBR FOR Com-- J. HENRY FISCHER'S PORK PRODUCTS HOME BOILED HAMS A SPECIALTY - FLOUR ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET Ober-meie- 'l KY. " Both Phonsa LOUISVILLE, JOHN B. RATTERMAN STREET PHONES FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1 179. Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 H.B0SSES0N FRED ERHART ARCHITECT and r THE BLAT2 QUALITY PAINTjif AND GARNISHES SM 319-32- SIMON P0NTRICH and Greerawood, BROADWA FISHING? FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Tweoty-etght- h PRBSKRVE AND BEAUTIFY Best Service Moderate Prim 5 SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLE, KY. ST.' lr W sixty-seve- n, - Sullivan Transfer JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED ffktftbUehed 18M - - call usiroa MODBRN IIOMBS Looter!!!, Kf , Oil and Grease FOR ALL FDRPOOK KwfeMky Oonwuaora 041 I . Mar OPFKH OUTFITTWe 1 WATiOirW jjmmmim --- -.. ... Qimpr r 0 mrasFXTTcbiKrv' , ingar.s53fcX lMHMHf)MHftl1 FORTY-EIGHT- H ,iO4xo,AOSu KENTUCKY DERBY KENTUCKY OAKS, MAY 14, $10,000 A j.BACmsaSOH We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupens. CLARK HANDICAP, MAY 14, $7,500 v HERMAN STRAUS . rOURTH AVtNue JNCQepaOArro f May 7 Twenty Days' Racing to May 30 We Give and Redeem deld Trading: Stamps. 0tr SONS MARKET STWetT f-- i DO YOU KNOW-- AVOUl OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? h. I! KENTUCKY HANDICAP MAY 21 ! CHURCHILL DOWNS KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB M. SEVEN RACES EACH DAY BOYS' SUITS J. N. Camden, Pres. J. Winn, V. P., Gon. Mgr. Chas. Grainger, Gen. Mgr. k A Convenient and Dignified Methoa Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, The oatstaadlng features of Purchasing $10 We are offering you these Suits I at a very special price, just to adver J tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate a terials, splendidly tailored and THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW I of this method are Hs coBTealeace la xukrag purchases wlthoat aay Be 4 - considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of baying en the Club Flaa daring oar various sales AT 8AL& PRICES. Whatorer la the price of ihe goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also the price to a Household Club Plan easterner. There la poaltiTely no adTaace. There are no "confidential arrangements." U la eeadacted apoa a opea basis with a fixed sehedale of rate. The first paymeBta and the monthly payment are the same to all. B? yfx ''JgmmmmC I I A MsHHsflBaBaBaBsBBBsHI AIAsbbWJBBBBBBBBBbbbbB Hk, ekm jmmmk .tBW fJ&nmrmmrL IbsbbbbbbB alBBBBBBBHlMsBMWfi&PMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfe, assssHflli-:-- sSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV .iiudtv rnimnNQ adp niVFN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS mbh. aaSaaSaBBBaVdB l f II , tV SBSwT sa . JbbbbbbbHbsVMbhSI? mMWMWMEMmtUb 1L sasBBaT Assf esssaBBaHrf $10 4 jMWK vliffHifigff i mMWMWMWMWMWMWMWWMWMl I IbbbbbbbsSbbbbbbsbbsbbBf vS 'S aseeafeJ ibg ?f aH rRBBk eJHjaa Coffee Prices Lower J&M "v'E "We offer excellent Coffee, Q S The Crystal Optical Co. NtW : mwMwMwW This means only another decrease over the old price Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. three pounds for OeJU aaaaa&u. AMWtt0 jmb?&ii K HP H&& sasaaaVPR; iMmmWP-- ' Sbu BH aMMmMmwr mwMwWwr VNtttiwoeD 611 S. Fourth 512 W. Walnut. 741 E. Chestnut for this Coffee. This is the best MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WBST MARKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman'H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists.. C5Ef EDWARD J. Linus Moran Nrs.Maw FMWiorter Edw&d LXoHanr SWISS CLEANING -- OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. and Rug. Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. Carpet NEW LEADERS IN MOVE5IENT TO SECX'HE RECOGNITION Above arc shown the national of- - him. Major Eugene F. KInkead, ot fleers chosen at the first national Jersey City, was chosen First Vice convention of the American Assocla- - Los Angeles, Second vice President; tion for the Recognition of the Tiu Jameg E Murray, of Butte, Third Republic, held in Medlnah Temple, VIce President; Edward G. Dunn, ot Chicago, Aprii 18 and 19. Edward Mason City, Iowa, Fourth Vice Pres- L. Doheny, a prominent oil operator ident; J. Linus Moran, of Pltts- nf Los Ancoles. Cal.. had been serv- - burgh, Fifth Vice President, and dng as President, to wjilch office the Mrs. Mary F. . MoWhorter, of Chi- cago, bixin vice rresmeni. ah 01 conventlon unanimously A OF BBI'l'lWilO OF IRELAND. the later were chosen unanimously. Previous to the convention national officers of the organization had been serving provisionally by appointment. The association did not come into existence until last November, when lit was organized at the request of President Do Va'era, shortly before his return to Ireland. It already has over half a million members. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In brightest ; Where the Work U lightest; Where the meal la cooked beet; Where the range stands the test the where That's "Quick Keal" comes fia. A A kA AAA A AAr TWIN CITY LEAGUE. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED STEAMER AMERICA FOR Office 017 Sonth Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN mm FRN AND GROVE Moonlight Trips. For excursion season of J 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, r Sanitary Milk Co. MO0BMAWfaWi Banner crowds were again the rule at the Twin City games Sunday Park and afternoon In Shawnee some exciting contests were staged, the K. of C. club nosing out the Knights of St. John In a 10 to 8 game, after it looked like Manager Coomes' boys were sure winners. Trinity gave no fright to its big following of rooters, winning all the way over Dellslo by a score of 23 to 4. St. Xavier just romped in its game wih Mackln with a score of 1G to 3, although Aulbach, its pitching ace, had nothing on Murphy, of was very Mackln, whose support ragged. Tomorrow the schedule is as follows: Knights of St. John vs. Trinity, K. C. vs. Mackln, and St. Xavier vs. Dellsle. COLONELS AT ST. TAUL. WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. Where the borne la Where work U dose Where eooklag sesmt1- real raai Where baklag glTM light; Where dradge fa mat mv sight That's where "Quick Heal" Qalek Maal GasIRaaftes Sold, laatalled and GEHER & SON, K. & Uiilly Recsnmsadesl 215 W. MARKET ST THE NASIB KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEAN IS THE ( HOME A. L. OF PURE MILK PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his interests It you sell ASK YOUR GROCERS." GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER Superintendent yyyyyyyyVVyVVVyVVVVVVVV ICE CREAM 1208 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY C574 DOMESTIC We are miners 'and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisfaction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal NOW. Let U3 have your order TO DAY. We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reducsd prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O ( COAL- INCORPORATED) DR. M. P. DANHAUER STEAM COAL COMPANY Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payne Streets. Magnolia. Yard 1G00 8. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. Main 033, City 14G0. Main Office 411 Stnrks OF ISABELLA. meeting The regular STARKS BUILDING. of LouisVille Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will take place xuesaay May 11, at K. C. Hall. evening, invitations for Members desiring dance to be the given by the Dance Q'.ub League on May 19 may procure same at this lagrtviif Md Ummti NH StlKtiflci TruM next meting or from Mrs. M. R. Dougherty, 1805 Windsor Place. DAUGHTERS semi-monthly DENTIST The Louisville ball team will tackle Mike Kelly's St. Paul club this afternoon, the first of a series pf four games, and the fans will get a real line on Just how strong the champions of last year are. The Rapp absence of Hargraves and from their lineup does not make them so formidable as last season and the Colonels should beat them In the race for the flag. Our club improvement in the Is showing pitching staff and the only player nnt Viittinr- in ViIh normal standard is Betzel, the best player In the points league. Just now he is behind his regular gait, but is sure to get his batting eye in a few more games. From St. Paul the club goes ,o Kansas City. - I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4283 atieleeee0a)eeiCPa)ta)a)esjaa)a)a)sjm ny !GRAN W.SMITH'S SON !! r AL. S. SMITH,i;PROP. Funeral! Director J? URIVAO EC i and ;' Embalmer i f it CORNS.BUNIONS Dr. WVf? 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. 3B0TH i PHONES 810. it SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. i snftiifiwT.intiiiettiiettiniimi HOME PHONE 88 .CDMBERLAJSD MAIN 3971-- y Uriah Z. Lltsiy uunyww.-- t Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and corract lighting. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS,LIGHTING FURNITURE FAVOR TRELAND'S 'CAUSE. N. W. Corner Sixteenth and Anderson . CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES Expert Chimney Doctor !k,VW PV..wl .." W3te2 S07 otata TjuMdiflturen arcr nasslnc res SUrk Harding olutions urging President mnepenu-enMU41ai to recognize Ireland as an t Beta Pkoaea nation, New Jersey, MInnesato, Illinois. Wisconsin, Montana and Pennsylvania navlng already taken this action, wlU vwvvivva4ww J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS tareet. t (WHOLESALE ONLY) FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS TOUR PATRONAGE NATIONAL GASKET 00. , WILL BE APPRECIATED a It youi bora as ancaoa tturt prtpar tbtsa for lit Eleventh Incorporated and Magazine Streeta ELECTRIC Main 1800 V SPECIALTY ZNOOKFOXATOD COMPANY City 807 THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 528 WEST JEFFERSON Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants . W. BsoftdwfcTi SOKirrUIe, Xy. rvinrtimtxfl hv th X,verlaa Brothers. Bualneai and Bolentlflo PISH,1 OYSTERS, GAME AND Claiuietl. & Courses, JTeparaxory uepwimsai, " Swimming- - Pool, well Equipped POULTRY Tersia moderate. PHARMACY No. 2 Gaaraateed Eggs Ohio River Pish Benjamin. Dlr. Bro. 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. St. Xavler's lis College Gym-Baalu- Home Phone, City 3147 L822 East JSeiIul Jfl IH ! I OSTRADER HARRIS KY. PRESTON FISH AND POULTRY STORE Wholesale aad Retail i 1 1 1 'WtffrWMH'fr H tM H DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT 122 WEST MARKET STREET, I ' ii 3t M. J. SMHWM, rtHWHt Mi Mmr. P. BAMM. R, rT PfK. Hd TriM. j LOUISVILLE, P. BANNON Sewer PIPE CO.! NATIONAL HATCHES 326 WBST JEFFERSON 8T2UUBT aat Calvert Phta, Saaaea's Vateat Llidei Pipe fer Steam CeaaaltiJ Wall Geyla Drala Tile, Titrlled BricK, riM II rflarf. WOKKfl-Tkiri- Crate awf Beller Tile, Fire Clay, Calaaey OFtFrCE 8j(6 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES ITY B73il78.ilCUMB. MAIN S07. HimXh mmA d BrkUrI.I Mh Flaa Lialaj. Fire Irick ?, i DYKR8 AND GLKANKRS CALL FOR AND DBLIVBB Home Phone, Ofty 1SS1 STORAGE OF AUTOMOBJLB8 .NIGHT AND DAY. Gon oral Repair Work, CteaalBg and CMttMky-IaAaM Blr Wot COAL 2d and Water CASH CO. LIBERTY SHOE SHOP Mala. 3141 W.SO $SOB City 3141 EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. Funeral Directors LCumb.-Maia and Embainiersi , Slob, lumpy mlse ran Ttr Ta SeUverea Anywhere If V Xal Zt, ?1.23 Fer Toa Cloier yari oa Big Orders Xy., oleaa lamp Oleaa Xut, ao alaok eO PINE SHOE REPAYING nnrl TlallvaMi 8827 WEST MARKET STREET, X?r.v i HOTH riI02MJEC. 2008-- a Wnrlr Ha 11 nil hi Shawnee 2 7 02-- L t 11 I II 8 9 t Home City 2008 M 8i I HI Mai Mgf-Y. t J. J. MUELLER PINl 70B JOHN B. WATHEN nmifrruRB uoviNa akd PACBDNI tr . TAILORING MARKBT STRHBT KBNTUOKYJ itm ectitttxI MilJa. I Fouettag. AvtanotiY BoaM Breatwar t Vfawt. KAT TL SUL0UI8VILL Ot. GLEANING AND PRESSING Home Those, City 5283 Mwae lSie LOMG iM Beth Twwtsr Wrtsi West 1N ' Funeral Director d (Embalmer? MKlaJfOsl KAULDHI