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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 17. bosses for going the limit In holding up city employes and sofit drink stands and gambling places, This will bo Uio big get-awstakes of ay phone: how m mm BBOO Bvery Drlyer an rt UilMlHiTwkiitTrmfcrN Incorporate VOLUME XLVI.-N- O LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1921. Staff, and tho officers who accompanied him to represent tho army, and of Admiral Coontz, Chief of PRICE FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICAN machine, tho which sees defeat In November n certainty... Huston Quin Is to be Machine Having Troubles Galore dragged off tho Court of Appeals bench to lead tho forlorn cause, "Willi White Women, nnd while near Major Smith Is to bo nnnnlntml In Ills steiul nnd will Negro Voters. serve two years b'eforo an election cati bo held. Two prize excuses wero offered Hert-Searcy CORPORATIONS SEE THE HUMOR, "IM AGANST CORPORATION , Press Agent Still Try at the City Hall through the newspapers this week "He probably ' ing to Bunco People of the would have been dismissed anyhow and tho suspended fine of $10 was State. for the protection of tho officers," was the first novel explanation of tho disappearance of an alleged dip at and Walnut Ncucnscliwandcr's Firemen See a arrested when Fourth a farmer was robbea. streets . Tremendous BInc but That's a detective was fn tho melee knocked down and one of the dips All. escaped. Shots were fired on main thoroughfare. First we find a Jail deputy on tho bond next a of tho men arrested FIREMEN. Republican member of and "LegiUP WAKE DON'T tho slature. A check for $1,000 put up by .the last bondsman, Is returned to him with tho rilsnosnl of the The old adage, "consistency thou case. The prisoner naturally did transposed not appear In court to show his art a jewel," should he to "persistency thou art a Jewel" rfOinri.tm hut n Ann of $1A (a lor the press agent of Tobo Hert, placed against the absent one and dies Searcy and the Republican tho same Itf suspended a courtesy machine. Pretty near tho whole shown to a reputable citizen or an world knows that Tobo was a badly innocent man. disappointed man after President Next comes word that the man Is Harding had announced his Cab- wanted In St. Louis for the theft of inet and other appointments, yet a diamond valued at $3,500 and is his special representative on the nlso iindor a. folnnv charco in Chi Bingham papers and the machino cago. "The fine was merely asIleralu would tell us that Hert and sessed to protect the policeman." uoara or .tuduc Searcy were old boots and shoes fernaps our with President Harding. Still no Knfotv. wlin nvnnorntAd Pntrolmnn way, ex- Glasscock for the alleged mistreatappointments came this cept thoso that iccelvert the ofllcinl ment of a reporter trying to unnppioval of Senator Itirliard Krnst cover news, might have dismissed and ll friend Maurice GiiHin. Ihn nrrpoflnp officer from the force Nothing daunted by the continua- for the "unwarranted" detention of Our near Mayor says he fought the gas raise, the 'phone raise tion of severe frosts from Wash- so good a visiting citizen. Hats ore ington, Tobc and Ches persist In for the noblo work of the Pollco and the car fare raise, but somehow always ran a bad second. trying to fool the Kentucky voters nii, In covin tr tho filtv tl ilnTnatrfi that they have Influence, and Wed- suit for the arrest of George Ryan, ne In a alias 4 nesday the Courier-JournJoe Nugent. Anynow announces that "Hert would, havo been dismissed Is the "headline Agrees on Dry Supervisor," and final explanation. Tiie lauure ot Excuse No. 2. that State Chairman Ches Searcy about patronage. Engine Company No. 4 to answer said agent th flrn five hlnnkn from their bouse But Hert and Searcy's press killed his story when he said that mmln llt.t1o illfforonco in ttiR General to "Senator Richard P. Ernst was ar- results, or in other words tho ga- visit from Miss Caroline Bourcard mathematical branches at tho age ot ranging tho details for tho differ- bacco plant, sheds, fences ana Spaldlnc Archbishop fourteen. rages would have burned down any- as examiner. On this occasion the ent appointments." graduated from St. Mary's in 182G entitled Attention was called to another how. In this Chief Neuenschwander class rendered a song composeu. with tho highest honors. pource of trouble In tho ranks of Is giving more than a little credit "May" which they haa In 1833 the Institution was short Republican party and that Is to tho citizens who tore down The Junior orchestra gave a uour-gar- d tho turned over to the Jesuits by Faget up an organization of fences, saved automobiles from a programme arter wiucn jmiss how to ther Byrne. The late Rev, Walter eulogized their rhythm and Republican women that tho negro earn no tvhlnh (lid not burn Until St, Mary's CoUcgon Preparing For Hill, S. J was connected with the Republican women won't butt In many minutes after the alarm was ensemble. college 'for practically ten years as Illg Jubilee-- ' CJelobratlon. Next on. This week a meeting was sounded and got out tneir garaen a student and professor. The Jesuits SUBJECTED TO SLAUGHTER. the names, mis held by Republican white women hose to fight Month. abandoned St. Mary's In 184G to at the homo of Mrs. A. T. Hert, n'niild ho innr1 food for the noMce take over Fordam University in Tho Aeanilntoil Pross corresnondwife of ToIkj Hert, the Republican class In relativity. If one Are comNew York. Dundalk, Senator A. H. Garland boss, and among those rresent at pany would make no difference In ent cabled Saturday from as and the Hon. Zachary Montgomery, .f the conference were Mrs. Huston tho general results, would it make Ireland, that rope ueneaici Attorney General and Asifrfoi7"lo nnrrftnrfTT.oirtit" Primate Aliimnf Win MwcV'ana "'tho FestivQuin, wife of the machine's Mayor- mucn aiuerence u coin cranaun to both the sistant Attorney General respectivealty candidate; Mrs. M. H. Thatch- "r.iiiin,i int tho nwltch and went to of Ireland, appealing abandon vio ities Extend Over Tlireo ly during Cleveland's administraAlfred Selllgman, sleep?" Another query Why was English and Irish to er and Mrs tion, wore enrolled as students at that Bays. wives of Board of Safety members, the No. 12 company oruereu out lence and proposing by a tne insn body St. Mary's whllo It was under tho settled and Mrs. C. 1. Groves, wife of the by telephone minutes after the questionhvbetho whole Irish nation. Jesuit regime. County Physician. It Is rumored No. 4 company was found milsslng? The text of the Pope's communica Tho school was conducted by the in any that all was not harmony at the Were they Hlfforonpoueuer comuuuu tion to Cardinal Logue reaos: secular priests of tho diocese from v,oir In the results? n Mrs. Pansy CitHert residence, and that 184G to 18G9, anxiety Bishops, Priests and Prominent Rev. P. J. Lavialle, Inspector, Then again, why was not the No. In "While wen are filled with WO nTO Denunzio, State Labor lll nntlonB. who later beacme Bishop of Louisrntrnrrl izens to Take Part in tho 4 company ordered out by teleami Miss Hattle Hoffman are at the ville, was President of St. Mary's Was "the switch at tho most especially concerned about "head of a rival movement for con- phone? Exercises. College from 1859 to 1S65. The She Is subpuueu out" on trol of the white wing of the No. 4 housennH nnnihprland uoui conditions in toIreland. Right Rev. J. L. Spalding, Bishop the Indignity ot devtele jected today women Republicans. But the rear fha. Homo of Peoria, was a student at the colslaughter. There is trouble seems to be among tho,col-ore- d phones? Besides the two straight astation and doubt that harsh and lege for several years, and filled the each engine assuredly no school teachers and 400 of telegraph lines Into kind are A BRIEF IHSTORIOAL SKETCH. position of prefect and assistant Is a West Chestnut street. The negro houso, all firemen know there from cruel occurrences of this professor during tho scholastic year In great part attributable to the Republican women claim that with straight telephone line leading nolt.hor hna Rllfllclent In 1871 tho Fathers vacant ivni" of a registration of more than that of headquarters besildes the regular considerationfnr of the Congregation of the Resurbeen given .. to the de- Republican women they telephone system connecting with . . the white wit.- fMltlfl nur nuvo 41...- nuua St. Mary's College, founded In rection obtained pontrole of the inmust bo considered at gatherings of all outside numbers. Evena Thomas sires oi nations neonles nromlsed to years For twenty-fivswucn or noaco which d Edison never heard or 1821, will celebrate Its Centenary stitution. women, and one Republican been lady said: nrhith would disconnect these four themselves public reaped. wmcu is next month. The festivities will bo the Rev. David Fennessy, C. It., colored wash strue "In fire company. held on June 7, 8 and. 9, and an steered the course of old St. Mary's "'We've got mo Uian fo' tousand ways of notifying aold rule which taking tho place in your country it Is excellent programme has been ar- and the school enjoyed great sucthere Is the votes in do Tenth and Eleven t Then Holy ranged counsel ot tms ruio rescinded for each day. On Tuesday cess during his pilotage. The Very walids, and dem toney white 'Pub- may be itVia llramnn now. watch must the deliberate consistently the acted on morning, June 7, the commencement Rev. Michael Jaglowlcz, C. R., has See, a counsel on i. ti.n lican ladies bettnh see lis." been President ot the school since nn to tho nrospnt In similar circum every fifteen The color lesuo Is giving' tho walk outside ana aown. uveminutes stances, to take sides with neither exercises for local guests will be 1901. The college has grown by up uiuuu held, when Hon. Ben Johnson will and look bosses of the bucn contending parties. fighting an address. In afternoon leaps and bounds until today it machine many a sleepless night, ns away citizens are property frantical- of the neutrality, however, by no means make will be a ball the and game, and a ranks with tho best Institutions In their ly to there the negroes are growing more and fininne save soon In all sections the prevents us from wismng ana of nro grand be given In the the State. It Is the only Catholic mpre bolder in their demands for nor nvpn from nravlne and eveningconcert will artists from Chi- college for boys In Kentucky which passes by select race equality and pie. Negro gam- the city. The Salvage Corpsa confers the degrees of Bachelor ot the contending parties, wiui bling games nnd bootlegging Joints down Market street mue awaybu" beseeching frenzy ot strife may as cago. ot Arts. that the Wednesday ha3 been designated Arts and Master ot alumni at the running hog wild because they that can bo heard a nil doors are soon as possible subside and a last are The reunion u.e," " an adjunct of the il vtuuii niht whon company might ing peace ana a sincere union oi as Alumni day, when a solemn re- -' centennial celebration Is bound to are considered quiem mass for the deceased alumni machine, and when the gamblers open, but the. No 4 honrta tnko tho nlaca of this terrible ...111 Iia Mini, fit. tfia Ti.ir Prtv T . prove tho biggest affair In the hisin ,oieii;u. 11 1T4II UO OUllfo Vll UJ IU college!. lose the .Idle negroes get thirsty for as well have ueen policeman on ui enmity. For indeed, wo do not Graduates as Tho Very tory of tho least, the "white mule," 'then some house Is but not ,nrniinri tn cro to the engine can profit J. Hynes, of Cincinnati. J Presi- far back as 1847' are still among how this bitter strife Rev. Joseph Kearns, S. burglarized or some white man signified the living and Disorderly house whldh makes the run and either of tho parties whsn property dent of Spring Hill College, Mobile, their Intention have already with tl "knocked In the head. charge until the return oi me and homes are being ruthlessly ar Aia., will preach the sermon. An "old boys" in of being and drunken negroes make the take ,.,, ,p June. Among waste, wnen vil- alumni banquet In tho spacious gym his nulled -'nights hideous with their drunken lilt) Ulllifcww. who a citizen who disgracefully laid lages and farmsteads are being set nasium will be In order when the. noted, alumni still living and many Incidentally revels, and are not molested by the switch? of whom will grace the centennial nftamo whon nolthor Rnnrod filaCGS Keystone police, whom tho negro ran five blocks to turn in an alarm nor sacred persons are spared, and tower clock strikes twelve Dr Irvln festivities by their presence ore the names passeu will act as toastmaster. Judge newspaper describes ns the most when he saw the a war resulting Abell vlien on both and Samuel Boldrlck and Mr. Thomas' following: The Right Rev. P. J. gentlemanly police wo ever lind, policeman nlnrm asked him where the In the death of sides unarmed people, and Walsh will speak at the banquet. Muldoon, Bishop of Rockford, 111.; WHS located. hmc nnd as a proof of this tho same pachildren, is be- A game of baseball lis scheduled for, Right Bev. J. B. Morris, Bishop of if of women per says NO NEGRO HAS HAD Tne answer was "Blamed lucmeuI even carried on. and Rock, Ark.; Right Rev. Paul ing tho afternoon, and jn tho evening Llttlo TO KILL ANY OF know." The citizen nnauy S.levln, OCCASION "Mindful herefore. ot our apos- a meeting of the alumni, the first Peter Rhode, Bishop of Green Bay. and Not satisfied with a box at Twenty-fift- h THEM YET. GovWis.; Hon. Edwin away, and got In tolic offlce, and moved by charity years, will have the full ernor of Kentucky; P. Morrow, Johntheir march on Shawneeland thla a great distance Of course the fire- which embraces all men, we exhort In many way. Hon. Ben right of negroes purchased Rlvola the first alarm. week .the English, as well as the Irish, to should not be Thursday morning a Pontifical son, Representative In Congress; Park, at Shelby and Kentucky, anil man on watch a new man like tho calmly consider whether the time high mass will be sung by tho Right Richard E. Queen, of San Francisco, blamed. He is the residents of that neighborhood, to abandon violence Rev. P. J. Muldoon, Bishop of Rock-for- Cal.; Sam Fontaine, at present havo been given has many of whom are Republicans, many others who by veterans who and not arrived York of tho treat on some means of mutual 111. sermon will be financial editor Mapother,New PresTho noisy places vacated will now be treated to some the were let off after last election be- agreement. For this end, we think preached by the Right Rev. John Journal; Wlble and enthusiastic gatherings of their ident ofuhe Louisville and Nashville the local it would bo opportune if effect were Morris, Bishop of fellow Republicans, Last Sunday cause they failed to please to learn g'hren the plan, recently suggested Tho commencementLittle Rock, Ark. railroad; Thomas Walsh. Louisville exorcises for the lawyer takes time machine. It for some unknown reason and poet; Dr. Irvln Abell, well as dislsn t sup- nt noprnpH snent the day In fire fighting. A new man anHtPII IK by distinguished men as the ques- alumni and the invited guests will Judge Samuel Boldrlck and Thomas , .... - iKUUM tinguished politicians, that t.it o " Drabo held at 10 o'clock. The ri w". Cherokee Park, and the loudest poseu lO manual Is well tion at Issue should be referred for matic Society will present "A Pair Mapother, lawyer. squawk came from a Dig wnue nw Kopen or shut. His mo discussion to some body of men se- of Sixes," a faroe In three acts, and jii.o nnViiionn whn iirpA to say when road 41 ne Knows LAST HONORS PAID. Cabin, lected by the whole Irtoh nation. the Hon. Edwtln P. Morrow, GovniH of ihn nnirroes' demand for subscription to the ''Log published the Republican "Well, let them1 the monthly ifee to 40 being levied When this conference has wuueuirai ernor of Kentucky, will make the Shawnee Park. With honors rendered doubly ImIts unaings, iiet xne more will wind up the fesaddress have It, they are goou citizens unu League, - and the among both parties meet together, tivities. that fUIld. 11.1. pressive by the simplicity of the !.. n disSt. Mary's College was founded In ceremony the body of Edward Since eltlzens have - been n scoring and having put forward and ar. Another source of trouble Is the .it.. a i v Im Tin the Douglass White, Chief Juslce of the ". at the rate ot exacaiy and hlghway-- " cussedat, letviews and conclusions - 1821 by the Rev William Byrne. United States, was burled Saturday revolt of Councilman Nick uenunzio determine by comanA lila fnllnwora nffnlnst the Hert- - capture ot burglars nx'PAlcs. we may rived tftnncontf themROTT1A mpftnfl Of Set Father Nerlnckx, the great missionmnn sin rj i. moi foTu ary of Kentucky, had 'made com- in Oak Hill cemetery, to sleep forNick haB aooi..t.CMHrm Trtnnhlno. the tling tho question in a sincere spirit plete plans to establish a school In ever vIthln sound of the city where excuse announced for Jailer, but wlM be expect to hear this or vmfrom reconciliation." ,....w of peaco.and 1819 on the same site, but fire de- his great service to the nation was Board of ssaieiy opposed by tho machine and stroyed the several small buildings rendered. Lowered flags on public Burllngame. Fare thee well. censor, "What's the use of eendlng . CONSISTORIES. may that were erected and the lack ot buildings, closed doors of tho GovNick. Shenirf Will Ross says that out the police; wmeDoay him, mijybe means hindered him from rebuild- ernment departments and the dull If we seAnnanlas didn't have a thing on the burglar.dismissed.get Rome reports are that the next anyhow. Then carrying out his project. thudding ot a funeral salute from crew for ho will bo trust- ing and Byrne, after founding the batteries at Fort Myer across the the consistory, according to Father manhandling the truth. Jailer Barr again he might sue for damages. cret worthy Vatican renorts. Will be held school, was President- - disciplinarian, Potomac alone marked outwardly discard and has been slated for the to June 13. The public consistory is professor and treasurer for twelve the nation's grief A small com ANNUAL CONCERTS. nominate machino Is. afraid the to be held on June 16. years, besides being occupied with pany had gathered In St. Matthews' Neutzel again because County Clerk tho duties of the St. Charles' pas- church when the hour of service, ar The Junior musdc students of tho tt.a wrath nt the American Le- Mercy Close up to the altar tho Martin J. Spalding, who rived. Judge Nick Vaughan, one of Academy of Our Lady ot Monday TAKES PENNSYLVANIA BRTOR torate. clon. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hay, Meyers-dal- later became Bishop of Louisville casket was banked over with flowstrongest men in tne iochi vt. . will give their final concert the Penn., announce the engage- and Archbishop ot Baltimore, the ers, and directly behind it President evening at 7:30 and the senior muP., can't get anything from tho (jtiI thn time eoes for M. R. sic students on Wednesday evening ment of their daughter, Mtes Marie see occupied by the late lamented and Mrs. Harding took their places The wtrons. Elisabeth, to W., Henry Nevltt, of Cardinal Gibbons; was among the whllo Cabinet members, diplomats, Yarfoerty. and Wood Axton, who are o tv,. unm hour. Felix Dumas, parents and friends of the academy Louisville. The wedding- will take first students to enter the portals committee of Congress, highofdeparteJaseed as outsiders. those, Such' a bril ment officials and others 2 at 9te. Jamee and of St. Mary's In 1821. who holds a State position, went are Invited to aiena. of iw most place June a Government in a Philip church, Meyersdale, Penn. liant student was Archbishop Epald representing mark the close the- same route a Nlek ,IenuHzlo Mr. and Mrs. NevHt wHl 'leave for a lnr in his 'teens that Father Byrne mourning were grouped with a few In raeceetful year for the mulc and he l not overly So- love first trip East aed wiH fca in Loutevllle appelated htm a theCoMege lay pro- intimate friends.C. The uniforms of ot tfea aeaemy. The PpUtk the March, Chief of ia the Major Gen. P. fessor t St. Mary' olaeeea Jed May 5 wIHi a after June 10. you earn' hary Warn the machine Lou-svillc- Tk ... ' M m,. 'P '8 Operations of the navy, and his olttcors, marked high lights among the somber black of the civilians. When all were In their places the doors were opened to the throng Results of Parliamentary Election that waited outsldo and the church Requiem mass was filled quickly. Indicate Sweeping Sinn I'oin' was celebrated by Monslgnor Leo, Victor'. rector of tho church, which Justice White attended. At tho altar wore gathered also a group ot clergy that Included Monslgnor Bonzano, Story of Lloyd Georgo and PresiPapal delegate, but thero was no departure from the ordinary service dent Do Vnlera Dealing Held for tho dead, as tho widow, of the FnlNe. Chief Juslce had sought simplicity and privacy In all that marked his death. Mr. and Mrs. Harding did not accompany tho body to tho cemetery and all tho official char-act- Dublin Custom House, One of Tho of tho service ended with the ceremony In the church. Only the Vlneht In Kingdom, Now in little company of relatives and close Ruin?. friends and the eight surviving members or the Supremo Court as honorary pallbearers went to pay the last honors at the grave. NOW COUNTING TIIE BALLOTS. or IRELAND ORPHAN SOCIETV PICNIC. Is to pass the British censors allowed indications are that Sinn Fein the tho Irish people have scored a and tremendous victory over Lloyd Georgo and lent results, the church door collec- the Carsonlte forces of Ulster. The tion of Sunday being nearly $400. press Is being freely used to bolster Tho following committees to which the Government, whlnh t fi.i- additions may bo made, were an- charging tho Irish Republicans with Big Wheel B. J. Campbell. Jr., Chairman; W. B. Campbell G. W. Gerry, Win. Horan, Louis Kassen-brocO. W. Mattlngly, A. Gorst, J. O'Reilly, A. Schlatter, George Deeken, Lels-maCon-naught0L11-H- Increased Interest manifested at tho weekly meetings held for tho Fourth of July orphans' picnic. Monday night tho Button Committee made a report showing excel- The attendance very largo and From tho meager reports nounced: k, al Wright, John Scharfenberger, Joe. L. Herndon, F. H. Mary McCue, Mary Helen Connaughton, Leltchfleld. Susan Hagan, Agnes Graham, D. Trager, F. Connaughton, S. McCue, Catherine Oamobell, Mary E. Campbell, Mary E. Campbell, Mary Leltchfleld, Mrs. Zahner, Mary Qulckart. Mary Dairy Lunch Mosdames Waldschmldt, J. Manley, K. GUlem, L. Lee, D. Morris, Irene W. Kothelmer, Jos. Sullivan, F. Russell, Joseph Monaghan, Katherlne Hlgglns, Geo. Rohrmann, F. Haf-breld- lesponsiijuny ror tho many and deeds ot Its Black and Tan forces, hoping thus to place Ireland In a wrongful position before the world. But this effort Is doomed to complete failure when tho truth behor-riryl- ng n, comes known. On the evo hnforo nniiinn. ,i i., fiecti?n to. th0 Ul8ter Parliament, were claiming they would secure twenty of tho fifty-tw- o seats, whereas he Ulster Loyalists claimed th'er Nationalists and tho Sinn Foln-er- s CENTENARY M who-wor- e Sohuck, Misses Mildred Magulre, Ann Hardman, Katherlne OiLeary, Alma Kordes, Teresa Rohrmann, Annie Novils, Brownie Dressier. Messrs. John McDonnell, Joe, Sprecker. Tom J. Leahy, J. Joseph Manley, Gerald Hardman. Monaghan. Geo. Frank, Tom WelWm. A. lington, John Mulloy, R. H. Poo'.e, J Kurzendoerfer, Knopp, S, Knopp. Girls working for tho Novelty Dooth are Misses Clara Connelly, Chairman; Ida Miller, Mary Margaret Walsh. Norah Kelley, Mary Lyons, Loretta Goss, Mary Angela Recktenwald, Agnes Jacques, Alice Canty, Bernlce (Lake, Isabella Carrie Buzan, Lois Robertson, Catherine Losson. Catherine Walsh, Lillian Walsh. Nell Early, Mary Ireno Nicolln, May Nlcolin, Florence Henehan, Mario Losson, Aline Harrison, Rose Llebert, Lillian Koyer, Rose Cunlff, Matilda Cunlff, Clara Smith, Mary Sauer, Mary McGough, Bessie Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Selgel. Helen Poggel, Clara Connelly and Mrs. Canty. Mary Wet-zelberg- GENEROUS KENTUCKY. 18CG-195- 7, 1 1 high-tone- ae-oiri- nf .. ..( I At n mootlnir of tho KontllCkV Irish Relief Association, called by Chairman Owen Sullivan and held at the Seelbach Hotel on Tuesday, Rev. John u connor, tne iruasurur. reported on hand a balance of $8,730.70, which was forwarded to VoMnngl Tronolirpr J. J. PllMOVn. New York City. The total collected in this city was $a,uuu. anu in mo As Slate approximately $75,000. this was strictly a relief movement it speaks well for the charitable Iniltnatlnnn of those who WOUld aid a people who are really In need of rood and sneiter. ioo muuu uruiac on tint ho flvon fihnirman Owen Sullivan and those associated with por-cel- ve him CLUB HOUSE SITE. T.ointlnn nf tho new $300,000 club house of the Knights ot Columbus was definitely fixed Monday on Fourth street, between York and d, -- thou-c.iTw- ia .- . ..- rrnt-.ll.v- "Gov-'erno- r" ij-- " when anBreckinridge streets, nouncement was made of the purchase of tho property at 824 South Fourth street from Mrs. A. G. Cowan for approximately $30,000. This gives the organization a frontage of 180 feet, It already having possession ot lots at 81 and 820 South of Fourth street. Each sixtytho three feet and lots has a frontage ot a depth of 200 feet. Lease on the Cowan place expires "September 1 and the Knights of Columbus will begin construction on its club houso shortly thereafter The three residences on tho property will be razed. This Is a most desirable location and will lve the Knights a better homo than any upon which they had options. They can make this ing. The railroad bridge running past the Catholic center for Louisville. tho building was occupied by a large number ot men, upon whom a PRETTY WEBBING. fusillade was opened. Others in the A very pretty wedding took plact. immediate vicinity of the Custom Wednesday morning at St. Colum-ba'- s House also were fired upon, Lorry church, when Miss Josephine loads of the military were bombed Adams became the bride of Arthur as they wore driving up to the Rev. Father Kallaher r.cene. The soldiers fired machine Rohman. sang the nuptial high mass and guns, rifles apd revolvers, and sevperformed the ceremony, which was eral persons were seen to tall. attended by many friends of the Shortly afterward Liberty Hall, the bride and groom, who are well headquarters of the Irish transport known and popular In society cir- workers, was set on Are and destroyed. cles. G . iniriy-sixne Loyalists, admitted that Eamonn D valnra. Arthur Griffins nii rMo Collins, of the Irish Republican army, would obtain Ulster seats. The results probably will bo known on Wednesday. Meanwhile impar tial ooservers estimate the Sinn Felners will win eighteen seats. Election officials In Belfast began Wednesday morning at 0 o'clock to count tho votes cast in Ulster on Tuesday In the election of members of tho new North Irish Parliament. It was exnected that when the canvassers adjourned at S o'clock at night the results in the city and possibly many district outside would bo known All of tho 388 polling places jn Belfaat were busy Tuesday, and estimates were made that fully 90 per cent of the voters wont to the polls. Reports from Strabano and other imijontant towns In Ulster indicated that tho vote would be very heavy. Belfast had returned to almost normal after a night of wildest excitement. Reports reaching the olty indicated that many districts In Ulster were similarly affected. conCrowda tinued to walk the streets until 11 o'clock In the expectation that troublo would occur, but when the midnight hour had passed all signs or trouble vanished. From Belfast tho Associated Press cabled on Monday that tho Dally Ealreann'e publicity department has Issued a statement characterizing as unfounded reports originating In Belfast that Eamonn do Valera and Premeier David Lloyd Georgo are In direct negotiations for a settlement of the Irish probelm. The lection campaign for the Ulster Parliament Is proving the freest from factional fights of any election In recent years, and the fact that Saturday night and Sunday passed without serious disturbances leads even those who expected trouble to the belief that the danger Is past. Feeling runs high, however, and passions are heated, but the careful police and military precautions havo kept the factions apart. The Unionists, whose district Is decorated with Union Jacks as never before, with pictures of Sir Edward Carson and ISIr James Craig displayed everywhere, attendedi "Empire day services" in their churches and chapels, while the Sinn Felners. whose colors also had been freely hoisted, held a meeting In Smlthfield Square on the door stops ot the police barracks. The Nationalists held a big demonstration In Celtic Park. The Custom House in Dublin, says a Central News dispatch from that city, was burned Wednesday afternoon. Tho fire started nt 1:15 breaking out o'clock, the flames simultaneously! throughout the debuilding, wliich was totally stroyed. It was ono of the finest buildings in the United Kingdom and cost one million pounds. The occupants fled as the fire broke out. Another account states that the fire Custom House was set op through bombs thrown In the buildx. :"'um "" however, GIVEN MINOR ORDERS. Most Rev. Archbishop Moeller conferred major nnd minor orders unnn n lnrrrft number Of StU(lent8 for the prlsethood. The ceremony took place in St. Peter's Cathedral last Saturday morning, and among thoso admitted to tne secona iwo ui wv minor orders, exorcist and acolyte, was Anthony Tompkins, of St. Charles parish, for the diocese of Louisville. BISHOP HARKINS PA98H6. The Right Rev. Matthew HarkiHs, Roman Catholic Bishop of the diocese of Providence, died at his seventy-flv- e ur e, ma-.v.ir.- -o - - bac-mo- ny - home there Wednesday, He was years old and had been. Bishop for thirty-foyears. Only recently an auxiliary had been appointed to assist him. Bishop Har-klwas a man ot wonderful ability and was held in high roagoct br people ot every denomlnatlea. ns KBjurx'iaoBsr IRISH AJsaaBixGA3&. KE.NTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TWid lo the SocUl and Motl Advancement of Irkh American nad Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knight of America. COMING EVENTS. VOTE FOR Oak, at 8 p. m. May 23 May festival and candy pulling at Sacred Heart school, afternoon and evening, in school I 1 hall, Seventeenth and Broadway. May festival for St. May 25-2PRINT1NO CO., facotfcettrf. Publishers KRNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Benedict's now church, afternoon SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1N0LEC0PY 5c and evening. May 26 May festival St. of Entered at tha LouUvllIe Pottodlce at 8ecoadClai Matter. Ann's church, afternoon and evenIRISH AMERICAN, Wt Lltwrty Street ing. Mfcns All ComwHiIcitloni ta the KENTUCKY of Vlsltatfon June 2 tSoclal Homo Board of Directors at Tyler Hotel, afternoon and evening. . Juno 7 Moonlight excursion of Trinity Council on Steamer East St. Louis. G 319-32- 1 Altar Society social at St, William's Hall, Thirteenth and May 30 L. M. CANDIDATE FOR ALSOP POLICE August COURT 6, 1921. few EDWARD C. EARLY CANDIDATE FOR '4kv wMH BAILIFF Primary OF BAILIFF OPEN FOR BUSINESS Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. Election '' POLICE COURT STV ' Subject to Action of Deaecntic Par rAIcouNcju! BE YOUR OWN ICEMAN Buy Ice at Our "Cash and Carry " Stations and Save 20 Per Cent. From the Delivered Price. NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE LOUISVILLE KY. .'. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1921 of church of Our Lady, 3511 itudd, June 8-- 9 Lawn fete for benefit Women's and Children's Ready tc Wear. Men's Furnishings and PiVpa Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar- - 'TIS SURE FUNNY. The local Junior Order met and adopted resolutions praising President Harding for his approval of the bill, and sent blm a special message of congratulation for his aid In keeping out foreigners. If President Harding has a sense of humor he must have ho read some when dhuckled local the of of the names Mar- like r, Lochner, Schmelzer, kolf, Schanzan-bache- r, Frankenstein, Lutz, Blerbaum, Burger, Schoppen-hors- t, Helmerdlnger, Schroerlucke, Pfalzgraf, Goehrlnger,- and others that don't sound just like they were descended from the Indians, who were the only and original Americans. Elsen-mengen, - prohibitionists mourn. How our fanatical prohibitionists must mourn over the fall of Itev, S. J. Catts, elected Governor of Florida in 1916, with a platform of prohibition and a promise to open the Catholic convents and run priests out of the State, and if possible out of 'the country. Old Catts is now under indictment by the State of Florida for bribery and by the Fed eral grand Jury for peonage. When arrested he was armed with a burg-Jarbalckjack. Mourning resolutions aro in order from both the drys and the A. P. A.'s. 's JUST AS WELL. Perhaps it is just as well that the Sinn Feiners decided to take no further notice of the partition act leaving the fact that they are pledged to support the Dall Elrinn out of consideration. It Is now apparent that Lloyd George never Intended the partition act to be workable, rather was it designed to accentuate the fiction that Ireland could not stand alone. For een if Sinn Fein did organize the Southern Parliament it would be found that there was no money with which to run the government, but rather a huge deficit to begin with, and no means of raising a revenue sufficient for the now government's needs. The Northern Parliament would be In even a worse predicament, for owing to the boycot of "Ulster" by the rest of Ireland the sources of revenue even for imperial purposes are fast drying up. Apart from questions of principle! Sinn Fein has taken, the proper course in regard to the working of the partition! act, and the only course that reasonable business men could approve. RESENT INSULT. uil...uuuu uuu v.. vuit.t,. June 22 St. Philip Nerl church afternoon and he can not crawl "without the sac- outing and picnic, rifice of much of his prestige and ovenlng, at Rlvoli Garden. June 23 Moonlight excursion of dignity. Jackson Democratic Club. We have a number of "Cash and Carry" Ice Stations throughout tho INCORPORATED June 2C Picnic of Division 4, A city for your convenience. Be your own Ice Man, carry the ice home In PALL FLAT. O. H at Summers Park. 320 WEST JKFPEItSON STREET any other way and save 20 from a basket, toy wagon, automobile or the delivered price. The attempt being made by tho ftttr-TttttftHIce is now for sale to retail and wholesal consumers at tho followfla press agents of England to atj ing places: "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" tribute tho many outrages against 7th and Magnolia X. w. cor. 4 th and M TO EAT IN A person and property in Great BritX'. c. cor. Uth and Ljtlc Mill and Magazine Flojtl and Pearl Jlni'dstoun Itoud and Sherwood ain to Sinn. Fein fall flat. Surely IJOIli and Broadway 500 Baxter Ave. the outbreaks of looting by tho Mrs. Paul Ott has recovered from Frankfort and Bcrkcmejci' Incorporated and Colchester a threatened attack of appendicitis. 428 S. 7th St. solidors at Aldorshot St. Matthews, Ky. 227 E. Main St. THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY and Plymouth wero not Sinn Foln Mrs. Anna L. Byron has returned Open From 6:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. On Week Days Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pics, Cakes, Meats reprisals, and since they wero not to Louisville after a year's absence it is reasonable to charge similar in the East. Open Sundays From 6:30 A. M. to 12 M. GOJFPEE am HUUTU WTH STREET Miss Frances Barr Malone, who 004 SOUTH FOURTH happenings in other places to Sinn STREET Cincinnati, will reIn Middle of Square Near Broadway Fein. The truth is that the mass attends school In 5. turn home Juno PRICES REASONABLE PROMPT SERVICE of tho English people is as disconand children Mrs. Georgo $ (Incorporated) tented with the class government spent last weekiMarcumher father, J. with of Lloyd George as the Irish are, B, Nevltt, at New Haven. Sluvwneo 800 West 920a and the outbreaks show how menacMiss Winifred Walsh left Monday Home Phone, City 809 ing British unrest has become. for Cleveland, to attend a confer& CO. B. Lloyd George himself admitted this ence of Red Cross workere. MAKERS OF Walter Crady and wife and chilwhen he said that affairs at home were STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN sending troops dren Mary recent Sunday guests of did not warrant his Crady at Lyons. Mrs. to Silesia. "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" Miss Margaret V. Flaherty has reLOUISVILLE, KY. 230 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE turned from Lexington, where she WHAT WE NEED. visited Mrs. Patrick Dunne. Miss MaHo Conley has returned FOR A GOOD The Boston Pilot timely remarks from a week-en- d visit with her sisthat "What wo need In this country ter, Mis. John Rowland, Bardstown. We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. is less preaching from Mr. and Mrs. Henry MtiClaskey Wo Uso All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Pain. critics who presume to sit in judg- and Henry, Jr., spent a pleasant 4050 WEST MARKET STREET with their parents at Bosment on the Americanism of their week-en- d 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET ton. fellow citizens, and more practice of chilCarl J. Breckel and wife Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. plain everyday Americanism by the dren were last wek guestsand Mr. of Phono City 4503 Phone Ciiy 4503 . critics themselves. The test of pa- and Mrs. J. C. Batcheldor at Bloom-fieltriotism is not loud words but brave Miss Emily Isaacs, who visited ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT BATHS deeds. America will' little heed nor long remember what unjust critics Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien In the Pennington, returned to St. Louis S. W. Cor Twentieth and Bank Streets. say, but she will never forget what Monday. brave men, living and dead, who are Miss Beatrice Mann was a weeknow branded as 'hyphenates' have end guest of Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Furnished For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms Greenwell and other relatives at done." CASH DEPARTMENT STORE f OUTLET tttti EXCELLENT iiiiiiiiiiii. iti SOCIETY. iifit.fl AAAAAAAAAAA Standard Dairy Lunch House ARCTIC ICE COMPANY J. STRAUSS putt VIJSITP BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT Drs. Harrison and Strassburg ed CHICKEN DINNER in d. STEIN'S Lowest Price Market the BOTTLES & 020-62- City WATERS APARTMENTS OlO OAX'T ACCEPT TIIEM.I We refuse to accept the stories from London about Irteh reprisals In England. We have no doubt that such reprisals could bo made, and they would be no worse than the reprisals ordered by the British Government in Ireland. The Irish Government might order reprisals in England to check the British outrages. But we do not believe that such a policy will be put into effect yet. What London dispatches call Irish reprisals aro really evidences of the tense industrial situation in England. It would not surprise us to hear of a revolution in Great Britain any day. Never before has tho British Government been in such danger. Bardstown. Phone City 4240 Miss Katherine Ford, who was guest of Miss Vera Ford, Jefferson-villhas returned to her home at Columbus, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Menne and daughter, Mrs. C. S. Coggins, left Saturday to spend some time PRESTON nt Atlantic City. Miss Kathleen Vittitow, for two IJotk Phones weeks the guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Hagan, has returned to her e, West Chestnut STEHLIN'S BAKERY AND BURNETT Both Phones When you have bottles to sell see us. have a large stock of all kinds When you want to buy bottles we City 8714 f. tv ALWEs sonsr 8 Fchr Avenue home at Nelsonvllle. Tho protest of the New York G. A. R. against the carrying of tho British Hag in the Decoration day parade should be heeded. Indeed it is hard to see how the G. A. It. could look upon the presence of the British flag In tho parade as other than an Insult to themselves and to tho memory of their gallant comrades who gave their lives for tho preservation of the Union, for everyone knows that England did considered, all she dared to make their sacri- they do not fices vain, and was in reality re- of the Irish sponsible for the continuation of the WAR civil war beyond reasonable limita tion dn point of time. Were it not for British gold poured Into the South, and the British, blockade runners and" tho British privateers, the Confederacy would have been obliged to throw up the sponge two years before Appomatox. Even the zea) of the British propagandist could-no- t excuse the bad taste of those responsible for the proposed insult to the men who saved the Union. INTO A HOLE. Tho utter absence of all' opposition to Sinn Fein on nomination day for members of the Partition Parliament for South Ireland tho moat complete endorsement of a political policy of which history has any record. Wlith the capture of. the, seats Sinn Fein's interest In the Southern Parliament ha ceased. What 1b Lloyd George going to do about it? Will he try to organise the Southern Parlia ment with, the four members who represent the bigotry of tho tuft austsrs of Trinity College the only members who are not Sinn Feiners? At any rale the Southern Parliament is over and done wtth( and Lloyd. George, who has managed to pain the "wool over the eyes of the rest of the world, has beea put into a hole by inn Fein, out of which fur-ndss- es BBEV, Assistant Secretary, and Joseph P. P6XK, V3UL3J AXTD 810 BAXTER AVENUE Qulnn, ot Lowell, Mass., as Director All Xlsda ot Kmoked areata of Organization. These are tho men Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery 20t BAST JEFFERSON STREET who will have charge of tho drive to lncrease tho membership of tho SEH POOLEY FOB MONBX. Herm Pcrfccto Enneva Cigar American Association to one million Schroer's Smokers members within tho next Loans ta those baring regular Inmonths. comes or salary, with no publicity (UNION MADE) r red tape. Loans to housekeeper Homo Phone, City C041 Johnny Belle Randolph, while Miss M their personal security. FORTY HOURS. Mnrlnn Thnmna a Mammv Jndv re F. B. POOLEY, SCHROER BROS. The Forty Hours' devotions tako ceived much. auDlause. Between the Building, Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS acts MIs3 Nellie Callahan sang "Old'Sasm 1, Oourler-Joarnplace next in he city at two Kentucky charmingly and 415 S. Fourth Street. 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET churches, Holy Cross and St. Agnes, Miss Wary Home" was encored sevBarry mass, exposi- eral times after singing "Mother beginning with high Home Phone, Parkway 50 tion and procession tomorrow morn- Machree." "You Will Do Better at Sparrlor'a" ing and continuing until Tuesday. Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J FANCY GROCERIES AND DELIRev. Father Hill and the Passlonists COJDIENCEMENTS. trill direct tho serviaes and visiting CATESSENFRESH MEATS FRED WARNS, clergymen will preach the sermons. exercises this Commencement AND VEGETABLBS colleges, acadyear In our Catholic PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST AVON MUCH PRAISE. emies and parochial schools aro now SPURRIER GROCERY CO. attracting attention. St. XavIora TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. & BROADWAY Among the interesting and varied College will graduate a class orf TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS young men at tho school 'dramatic presentations given by thirty-fiv-e Shawnaa 1817 Phoaea West 858 he students of Holy Rosary Acad- - auditorium the night of Juno 20. emy none has been more applauded Dates of other graduation exercises LIBERTY SHOE SHOP DR. JOHN P. BECKER nor has proved more entertaining announced are Holy Rosary AcadEDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. than the senior class play A soutn emy, June 8; Sacred Heart AcadOPTOMETRIST era Cinderella," which, was pre emy, June 16, and Presentation FINE SHOE REPAIRING sented this past week; Miss Ger- Academy, June 20. Practice limited to diagnosing trude Ross 'was an Ideal Madam Work Called For and Delivered and correcting defects of Eyesight MAGIO SOAP XEPANY. Charterla, while Miss Mary Mc3827 WEST MARKET STREBT by the fitting of proper glasses. Donald was very winning as Enid, Shawnee 2702-- L p tho Cinderella. Miss Thelma Attention is called to our readers SUITE 315 STARES BLDG."" portrayed admirably the of the advertisement appearing in part of Miss Winterberry, the set- our paper on Magic White Naphtha ?2, at 9 q'clock. JOHN B. WATHEN Third Floor Mrs. James Thomas tlement worker, and Misses Marie Soap and Magic Flakes. These Right Rev. Monsignor Joseph F. Mr. and COR. FOURTH AND rORNITURH MOVING AND Mooney, V. G of New York, win Moran announce the engagement of Pfelffer and Mary Agnes Leamey goods are made, in Louisville and displayed finest PACKING celebrate the goldon Jubilee ot hte their daughter, Miss Mary Louise terpretationunusual talent In the in we guarantee them to be the house- WALNUT STREETS ot the parts of the produced for laundry and all priesthood on June 3 neat. Mon- - Moran, to Mr. Robert Miller Home Phone, City 1180 Mooney has'beeB racier ofltague. Lieutenant Sixth Field Artil-tb- e Misses Hawkee, the fortune hunt hold purposes wnen you use cnese 180 SoHtfe Tweaty Mat M. ers. Fascinating and unassuming, brands you not only have the best, gbawaee 1986 Wast 1W Church of th Sacrsd Heart in lry, United States army, now HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR Miss KUMUeth. Watson evinced a but you are boosting your city at Fifty-flrstreet for the past tioned at Camp Dta. N. J. The BY APPOINTMBNT LONG DttTANCH KAULXNfl remarkable ease as the coquettish the same time. ding will take place in June. years. street. but they are unreal i UrecklnndgeGorman, son Brendan of Mr. and embody the acceptance Mrs. J. C, Gorman, of Chicago, was Republic. guest of Ed here this week as the ward McGrath. From hero he went to California on a visit. MOTHERS AID. Lawrence J. Mussehnan and Tho Jefferson County Unit of the bride, who was Miss Mary J. Kelly, American War Mothers, who have of New Albany, have returned from been doing a great service for our their Eastern wedding trip and are disabled soldiers, has contributed to at home at 709 East Broadway. There's a new entry in the baby the joint fund for the decoration of the hero .dead on Decoration day. buggy processton at Central Park These good women aro also selling for this summer, a little baby boy popples, the proceeds to go to the having Just arrived nt the home of 1126 Seventh French orphans. At the last meet- William Schnell, ing plans were outlined for work street. Miss Mary Josephine Farrell, of in behalf of soldiers at the Central State Hospital at Lakeland. Miss Jefrersonville, was hostess for a jolHelen Blckel and Mrs. Genevieve ly surprise party in honor of Miss Ruth Krause, whoso marriage to O'Connor took.part In an entertainment programme that preceded the Kendrlck Jameson will take place early next month. business session. A wedding of much Interest in Louisville society circles will be PRIEST'S JUBILEE. that of Miss Agnes M. Carr and Rev. William Peberi', 0. M. C, Thomas J. Stevens, announced1 to pastor of St. Peter's church, will take place at the Cathedral' at 7 celebrate tomorrow and Monday the 6clock on Tuesday morning, June 7. Misses Mao Hofollch, Eleanor and stiver jubilee anniversary of his ordination into the holy priesthood. "Elsie Norton and Messrs. B. Hurley He will sing the jubilee high mass and E. Johnson returned Sunday ora a motor mp io gL.exiDgiuu o tomorrow morning at 10 o clock, and Monday the celebration will bo "alt Bister Mary keonilda, sister of for the children. Since, coming to the Misses Norton, at St. Joseph's St. Peter's Father Peberi1 has won Hospital. tho affection ot the entire ,congre- Mr, John A. Stauble, of 1122 gation, The Knights of St. John East Breckinridge street, announces the Casino Society, tho St, Franca tho engagement of his daughter, Society and many visiting clorgr Marie Antoinette, to Albert W. will take part in the exercises. Sprlngman, the wedding ceremony to take pHace at Holy Trinity church, Wednesday morning, Juno GOLDEN JUBILEE. day. Mrs. Charles Wolford and daughters, Misses Margaret and) Juanlta, were last week the guests of her mother, Mrs. Sallie Cambron, at new Haven. Charles R. Volz announces the engagement of his daughtor, Miss Margaret Corlnne Volz, to Emmet E. Sullivan. The wedding will take place June 14. Mrs. M. J. Ryan and daughter, ICatherino. have returned to their home, in Montana after spending the winter with of Independence. Tho truth Is that In Fern wood. Mr. and Mrs. McGrath . the battle is on for complete inde Mrs Edward Dawson, of New pendence and it is either that or d York City, has returned home after feat. There can be no compromlo a month's visit to her sister, Mrs. short of that. Peace offers can tie Lawrence D. iMeany, of 730 West PEACE HOPES. Of course "peace talk" being reported may mean that a settlement of the Irish question Impends, but we are not hopeful of this. Tho fact that hostilities have been more bitter during the past week than sjnee last year does not augur well for peace negotiations. What is wrong with all the peace talk is this: It supposes that the Irish leaders are willing to compromise on some sort of home rule far short Announcement has been made that the wedding of Miss Marie D. Veith and Raymond Quinlan will take place next Tuesday. Mrs. Margaret M. Lillls, of Frankfort, after a week's visit with friends In this city has left for a short stay in Jefrersonville. The many friends of Mrs. Hannah O'Keefe, 1231 Seventh street, will be sorry to learn that she has been seriously 111 for the past ten days. John T. 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Back J '., satis- Phone Parkway 113 and warmth McCOY REALTY .COMPANY BOTH PHONES 299 faction. MENDING DONE FREE CITY, SUBURBAN AND FARM PROPERTY STREET NATIONAL HATTERS BOMAR-SUMME112 SOUTH FIFTH BUILDING Bl KENTON 826 WEST JBFFER80N 8TRHB7 COMPANY HARDWARE ' J Watch Crystals Fitted 20c DYERS AND CLEANERS Call Us When In Need of INCORPORATED Watch and Jewelry Repairing 7 West Jcfferso-S- t. J CALL FOR AND DELIVER t 315-3- 1 The Radius Jowelry Shop Home Phone. City 1931 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. ' GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE Next to Rex Theater PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES LOUISVILLE, KY. Open Evenings Until 0 P. SI. IUAIN STREET E. SCHULER NIGnT AND DAY. ROBERT B20 WEST General Repair Work, Cleaning and PLUMBING Polishing. & SONS CO. JOHNSON C. E. Davis B. Repair Work Promptly Attended To Kentucky-Indiana Automotive Co. L. P. Blackburn 10 09 MARY STREET & DAVIS Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 BLACKBURN Phone City 6708 PLUMBING AND HEATING 701 REALTY BUILDING OFFICE: Home Phone, City 3147 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE J Cumb., South Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner PHONES Parkway 136-Home Phono, Crescent 71 PRESTON PISH AND LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 1000 LYNNHURST AVENUE POULTRY STORE Wholesale and Retail Highland 72 East 572 FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND I,et Ale x Your New Home Alterations Made All Stylo JfnragcsProinpt AttcnUon To Phono Calls .( t onHrn "" ana tnorougmy 1iq tntr ....", Vintnn ..,. mnrfl ,.. uuuunuiy PHONES: SOUTH 2750 GENERAL CONTRACTORS1 54-5- 2760 0 j - Demling's Pharmacy BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. A. J. Ohllgschlagcr, Secretary J. B. Ohligsciilager, President HOME PHONE, CITY 8629 L. H. HARPRING ; ; I Progress Laundry HARDWARE AND STOVES PAINTS AND WINDOW GLASS ROOFING AND JOB WORE 123G-123- 8 SOUTH SHELBY STREET Home Phone, City 5480 Cumb. Phone, South 1704 Home Phone, Crescent 285 ; j RS ' ' C. PAINT MATERIAL ALPH C KAUFMAN LOUISVILLE, KY. ONCRETB WORK 147 BELLAIRE AVENUE CHAS. J. MERIWETHER BUILDERS DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES .108 STARKS BUILDING EB-- L Main 345 ' TELEPHONES City 9196 West End Sheet Metal Works Roof Painting and Spouting and Guttering. L TINNERS Chimney Pointing 3011) HXAJMAUl-Xfc. a Specialty. West Market Street POULTRY Ohio River Fish Guaranteed Eggs 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS ST. CITY 1705 ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER AVENUE KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Mark CalM, Pres. TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE Phone Shawnee 1420-- J. E. WlibSU. - UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE ONLY) CASKETS AND LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON I To IlelpYou With Your Cleaning NATIONAL CASKET CO. Eleventh COPIES OTTO J. OSTER jMtmmrcraB Editor Kentucky Irish American: 810 WZST VAST ITUH 5 WEST MAIN ST. Dear Sir: I am writing to inHeme Phone. City tISS City 135 Main form you that copies of the address 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. of Dall Eireann to .the Congress of the United States, printed as a Homo Phone, Shawnee 899 WM. P. BANNON Engineering and Furnace Repairing Combustion Senate document, can now be obJOHN F. WILL you City 38 PLASTERER tained. I thought your might wish CONTRACTING 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE subscribers CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION flitv 38 to announce to COMPANY that they can get copies without BROOK AND BLOOM charge by writing to their senators, GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cumb. 8. 164 whom they1 should address at the City 8380 Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, Senate Offlco Building, Washington, Excavating nnd Granitoid Work D. C. This document should have 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY Home Phone, City 7804 IOELESS BILT-RITa wide distribution throughout the Cumb. Phono, Weat 412-country, and the edition which Is Order now for spring dellTory. Our rloads of samples on display. TW Easy term. issued by the Government Is, of & CO. prices a lowesi and guaranteed against decline. & course, better for this purpose than C. A. KOERNER the privately printed copies. Very OGLE COMPANYLOUISVILLE, KY. GENERAL CONTRACTORS HOUSE truly yours, AND JEFFFERSON STREETS SEVENTH FRANK P. WALSH, OFFICE AND YARD: AND Counsel for Republic of Ireland. MARKET STREET LAST! 1800 WEST FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS HERE IT IS AT JlOXELS HOME WEDNESDAY. Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their LOUISVILLE, KY. Whether It Bo Bread, Rolls, Ii.ikp1i.i11 fins are Rtaclnc a T.nc-i- l success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of warm welcome for the Louisville ARCOLA HOT WATER nEATING SNOW CLAD next home ,club, which arrives GROCER ASK YOUR Wiinnorinv for miitn a lencinv RALPH C. SHAW City 1479 stay. The staging of the comeback WM. ICASTELHUN, Sole Distributor by the Colonels at Kansas City has PLUMBER SHOCK nnrnnrl hfim a heartv creetlnjr and " SEWERAGE .. GAS FITTING ABSORBERS Tufn Ttfr DRUG COMPANY TU OAKDALE Incorporated the game contests in which- they tetrretiondRtaf 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET came through victors on three dif ejrori CbiKSJf Station bcrvicv chtCaru '.M and Liberty ferent days were quite a reat. as Phones City 582G; Main 1264 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS was expected, Betzel has regained AND BERRY BOULEVARDS KY. HASSLER SALES CO. his batting eye anu is a Dig xacior 3104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR Home Phone, Shawnee 803 ' in the victories, but the ImproYtju City 2712 Puoncs Slain 8473 Your Patronage. Largo or Small, Always Appreciated hitting of Acosta was tho real surPAItK PH HENRY GOSS prise and surely please3 local fans BJ PARK 50. because of the regard in which he ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING SOUTHERN BRICK & is held by all. The club closes tho TiH Roofs Repaired and Painted present series with Indianopolis with two games Monday; Asphalt Shingle a Speeclalty TILE CO. Incorporated 3011 WEST BROADWAY VISITATION HOME SOCIAL. FOR MANUFACTURERS OF ' Braiding Beading Beaked Bags Repaired Tha nnmrA nt DlrPP.tnrR of the FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK H. A. DOLL Automobile Fire Visitation Home announce that they AND DRAIN TILE will anlartnln with a nnclal at the Rtsseir Service Shoppe CONCRETE WORK Thursday afternoon DEALERS IN COAL Tylnr Hotel on Juno i, ana xne "contractor and builder 307-- 8 Boston Building and evening, T. BISHOP, Agent friends and patrons of the Home 3 Prompt and Efficient Service baxter avenue Nellie Russell, manager. rWFIOE! an Invited to bo present. The afMain i4J City 3728 Either Phono COR. TRTRTEENTn AND ORMSBY fair is being arranged for the benefit of tho furnishing fund for the South 1622 rPhonea City 547 509 STARKS BUILDING avenue. Both Phones 2406 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY now homo at 957 Fourth 333-33- HUBER HAND STOKER Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated Incorporated and Magazlno Strccta AVITIIOUT CHARGE. BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CO. L. GRAUMAN CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY Incorporated VARIETY WOODWORK Sealars In All sands of ettla asi REPAIRING tor rixrnztt, ;boi, uun mjim- tors, I&0W Cuti, Comatof. 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY 0270 Xto. Bbolvlaf, Guy Leber Chas. Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 309 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, JIOME PHONE, KENTUCKY CITY 2700 SODA FOUNTAINS E MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI W JOHN Frank Hartman Sons DECORATORS PAINTERS PBNDENNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. COAL REDUCEDMAY Wilton Jellico Lump Harlan Lump Hazard Lump 25 cents per ton less than nlnrl nf DELIVERIES 87.00 S7.00 not shor-- FLOUR $8.2S West Virginia Lump sp $8.25 Tnjlorf Lump S8.25 AVost Kentucky Lump ahove prices if coal is Humped $8.25 - Byrne Speed Coal Corporation ZtfOORPOIU.TH 315 Guthrie Street. "2 BUX NOW Both Phones 315. BOB HAWES and Hemstitching Pleating Buttons ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, KY. Both Phonea Insurance JOHN B. RATTERMAN STREET Cumberland iii, n' FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET West Phones 1 621-62- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Shawnee 1243. ' 179. 105 lOOSSEsSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 OOP 3S. BROADWA F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. "Wo Use tho Golden RhIo" 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RBBHHSNCIS " WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS 847-- W , OUTDOOR PROCESSION. -- REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph ReHtUnger Home Shaw. Cumb. West 295 THE BLATZ QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY Boat Service Moderate Prteea 319-32- 5 SOUTH SHELBY ST. LOUISVILLE, ICY. CALL US FOR H.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Cumb., Mala 490 Home, Otty 4998 St. Agnes parish yrlll have its annual Corpus Chrlsti procession at 3 o'clockr tomorrow .atternoon ahout the grounds ot the Sacred Heart Retreat. Altars will) ho erected on the In urn and hnnarilcMnn of the BlOSfled Sacrament given three times during tho course ot the procession. FD2E INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATB GLASS SOUTH THIRD STRBET 138 1863-- L SIMON P0NTRICH nd Greerawood, FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenly.eighlh GOING FISHING? IF SO CALL MATTHEW HAMMON BBSroENOB, South City 4597 PALA0E CLEANERS & DYERS Job. Work Promptly Attested To Incorporated 1081 BAST MARKET FOR M ALL HOURS I NNOW8 DAY OR NIGHT ANNUAL MAY PROCESSION. Re., Shawnee City 6910 nrnrpRsInn In annual Vav Th Co. LEO H. honor ot the Blessed "Virgin Mary Incorporated LADOS' EXPKRT CLEANERS OF Ttii ha hairt, In Rt TinWi Qertrand's Designer and Builder of TRANSPORTATION, church tomorrow afternoon at 3:30. OBNKRAL AND GKNTLHMBN'S WEARING RN PICNICS AND school chlldrea will ail UKe APPARBL Betimates Cheerfully The and In addition to the proces - l. TRUCKS FOR PARTEBS" P,Um and part ."HAYBIDB Maaagw j Tie. onlomn voonArfl. I Furnished ,v.ni mMI ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, 1 T MAIN STRBBT S. W. Cer. Third rsJ Walnut Ma. J 115 (SOUTH FRSSTON STRHBT ,lmoln and WEBER Sullivan Transfer JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED sUbUfibed 1806 STATIONBBS -- MODS HOMES - LoalsrllU, Ky Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSBg Keataclcy OoBraaaers Oil Company LeakrlUe Koataofcy OFFICH OUTFITTHnS , biUllSi. PRLUWIU ajUHHxi-jojars?. j 'i'M0fr BACON a son We Qlve and Redeem AexeM usMCBjMKjto-ffluc- . wnmttttntsmoiiwmiHw Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? The Easiest Way To Make a Fortune THE an REGULAR, PERSISTENT INVESTMENT of small sums is, all, not only the most certain, but the easiest way to gain income-payin- g HERMAN $TMJS SONS wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm X We Qire and Rtdeera Qold Trading Stamps. BOYS' SUITS A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred ? Payments. The outstanding feature of Gila method are Ka conrenJence 1b mating purchases without aay considerable outlay 'of cash. The advantage of buying oa the Club Plan during oar various sales AT SALH PRICES. Whatever Is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. There U positively bo advance. There are no "confidential arrangement." ft Is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The lint paymente and the monthly payments are the same to all. fortune. $10 ; i i OUS INTERESTING LITERATURE tells how and why. .Free on request. NO FEDERAL INCOME TAXES are paid on our 7 per cent. Preferred Stock by the investor whose net income does not exceed $5,000 a year. There are no City, County or State taxes on the Preferred Stock when it is owned by residents in Kentucky. BUT 'THE CAPITALIST with a large income must pay the Fed-erIncome SURTAXES which materially reduce his net dividend yield. al We are offering you these Suits ) if at a very special price, just to adver rise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate- terials, splendidly tailored and fin- I; ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW II i ..nn.., tnn.,n nr'lllTrMTnCI l!D nl AMrilCTAlinDC SUKCII tUUnillSAKCUIVC lUWLUUrunnwujiurai, ,. decrease over the old price This is the best 'rWw9 for this Coffee. Give us a trial. Coffee for the price aaVX TaP BB1aw C&afHm on the market. BBHHKtJr'';3''aBBBr This means only $66$4mH4$44$$$$S'444 Coffee Prices Lower offer excellent Coffee, QK. three pounds for Otl another "Wo THIS IS ONE OF THE REASONS WHY th'e investment merits of our 7 per cent. Preferred Stock appeal particularly to the small investor. and medium-siz- e THERE ARE NOW APPROXIMATELY 3,500 home investors interested in the Louisville Gas & Electric Company. We want to add 1,500 new Preferred Stockholders by 1922. Let us place your name on our ownership lists e8ee)iee)9 The Crystal Optical Co. 611 S. Fourth $10 512 W. Walnut. 741 E. Chestnut MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES JOHN M. MULLOY Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. 212 WEST MAICKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 SWISS CLEANINGOF - INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT Louisville Gas & Electric Company Incorporated in Kentucky. MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. 311 West Chestnut Street. Returns To Investors . Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED ' OF HIGH CLASS AND I Eighty-tw- o Years of Consistent ' J Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where 18 meal cooked beat! Where tho range Htaadj. Offico 017 Sontu Fourth. riant 009 South Sixth. V DON'T FORGET THAT GRAY-VO- N WALNUT PICTURES GOOD MUSIC. KKCEXT DEATHS. Monday morning funeral services for Mrs. Ellen E. Smith, wife of Edgar Smith, 135 West (Market street, were held at St. .Michael's church. Besides her husband she Is Mrs. survived by one daughter, Louis Joseph, and two sons, Walter AAA AA the brightest ; Where the lightest; Where the borne work aT"V"ijl Kdf. 1 WM ALLMEN THEATER HOME xNoosroHAvm. STEAMER AMERICA Moonlight Trips. th teat That' where Uir "Quick Meal" uomm Quick Maul Where work It dose Where eootdag mnh real fmaj Where baking girea lights Where dradge Is mm M ight MM where That's "Quick Mea- l- mm x Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE HOME A. OF PURE II MILK Ladies' Hats Reshaped. Bring us your Milan and Leghorn Hats. We will clean, dye and reshape them into the latest summer styles. Good "Work Our Motto. Forty years in business our guarantee. "ASK YOUR GROCERS, L. G U N N BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS H05IE PHONE, CITY 0374 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET North Side DOMESTIC -- We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal nroduced. and can therefore furnish vour requirements with the best satis. Home Phono, City 5283 faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. 705 EAST MARKET STREET We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere.' Special LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY reduced prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O ( COALINCORPORATED) STEAM J. J. MUELLER PINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING COAL COMPANY CORNS,BUN!ONS If pwtef Mi Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payno Streets. Yard 1GOO S. FirMt Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Main 033. City 1450. Main Offico 411 Starlrs Building. AtHnt Dr. Naik UteWksfy TrHttf Grai&A "St.. Uriah Z. Lltsey 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 Maar&.s&ifgSifc 'ri. . Ckir4Iat Q? Starka BkUUm Beth Fkoec WSgflfflr CASH 2d and Water Wait Xjr., clean lamp Biff Clean Hut, no slack COAL CO. City 3141 JWBia tlAli I and Joseph Smith. In the death on Tuesday of (Mrs. Mary Cunningham, beloved wife of FOR FERN GROVE Patrick J. Cunningham and mother of Maymo and J. J. Cunningham, AND 531 North Twenty-firstreet. St. Patrick's parish loses another of its respected membersi Funeral services were held Thursday morning. For excursion season of News of the death of .Mlss Cecilia McManaman on Saturday even1921 has a few mora ing at St. Joseph' Infirmary caused dates still open. Better inexpressible grief to her many friends. Her funeral took place secure dates now before from the residence of her sister, all are taken. Apply at Mrs. Nettie, Ewing, 105 North Bayly avenue, with the last solemn rites Wharfboat, Third and at the Cathedral. River. News has Just been received here Phones Main or City of the death of Mrs. Nancy Joyce In the County of Calway, Ireland. 141. Mrs. Joyce Is the mother of Mrs. C. C. FULLER, Uobert Scanlon and Mrs. William Hennessy, of this city, and Mrs. Superintendent Robert Lutz and Martin Joyce, of Indianapolis, and the sympathy of many friends Is extended to them In their hour of bereavement. Funeral services were held Monday morning at St. Frances of Rome church over the remains of DR. M. DANHAUER Mrs. Margaret A. Capllnger, widow of William F. iCapllmger and long a resident of this city. She was years old and resided at 240 South Bayly avenue, and surviving her are seven daughters and a son. Rev. Father John Riley was STARKS BUILDING. the teelebrant of the requiem mass. Tho funeral at Charles J. Cochran, a veteran, of tho clvir war, who died at Sandusky, Ohio, took plate Monday morning' from St. Ira your boy aa adnoatioa taat will prapar thtm tor Ufa John's church. Besides his widow, Mrs. Ella (McCarthy Cochran, 814 College East Ormsby avenue, he Is survived IIS W. Sroadwoy, SosisrlUa, Xy. by two eons; John and William Cochran, and four daughters, Mrs. Conducted by the XaverUn Brother. E. K. Fleming, Mrs. William Teel, uu.icai, ocjtnuiio and Buslnesa Couraea, Preparatory Department, LArg Mrs. David Fraaler and Miss Viruipped Gym jrooi, DwiuiuuurXerma wen ginia Cochran. naalum. moderate. st frPHtJD v. QHW ovm, jijiwA THE NAME KENTUCKY Ss !RBn' A Nolri. liNirll.-- i n. ,1 tligl Iy H.coruui.iHcJ 215 iv. MARKET ST. C03IPANY MEANS INDIANA PRODUCTS PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTERASPEOIALTY The customer will know that you watch his interests If you sell K. & I. ritODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS iHfeC" ' KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated BOTH PHONES 426 JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE )e)e) I VVVyVVVVVyVVV P. jtce)eie)ee)te)e'KM GRAN W. SMITH'S SON! ) AL. S. SMITH,i;PROP. Funeral) Director (and '" Embalmerf sixty-seve- n DENTIST SBOTH PHONES 810. f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH Beaafaajaaat AND ZANE STS. I ; wwmvvwwwwwwwwwHwwwwwwwwwww UUAWFHONB88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y St. Xavler's !J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS , I GO. Trinity and the K. of C. club staged a "thriller" In tho Twin MANUFACTURERS City Baseball League Sunday after FINE CANDIES noon at Shawnee- Park,, uudy sum mers and Elwood Harper, the rival Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty IKOORPOKATW) twirlers, boing lilts OSTRADER & HARRIS were scarce 'as on edge and Sum1930 West Market Street hen's teeth. City 897 C28 WEST JEFFERSON Main 1800 mers struck out ten men and re- Phone Shawnee PHARMACY No. 2 2347 fused to let the K. of C, sluggers Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. Crystal EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON ST8. hit the ball wheri It counted,, Trinity winning by a score of 4 to .1. LOUISVILLE, KY. 44NM4 Mackln went into eecond place by beating Dellsle, and .the St. Xavler P. IUKSH. JR., Wm Ptm. Hd Tret, j M. J. MMKN, FruMHt m4 MiHr. l Unamns won nut neainat tho Knlena r. n a raraltar.. BUaoU, aa ott Par. J be PORK BACKER drawing the peason, aoaal Property at Sowaat Xataa la Trinity meeting Alackln, tne closest competitor for first honors, and the ABsecraiiex Specialty K. of C. meeting St. X. for second Boiled Hams Incorporated X Sawtr ami Calrert ?iju,i honors, while a battle royal Is on 108 COLKMAN BUILDING Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam CealalttJ. , 8. K. COR. THIRD AND JBFFBRSON tap between Delist and Knights of WaH Ceaiag-- Draia Tilt, Vltrl8ea Irlel, St. John as to who will get out of R. A. Fire Fraelag', Flae Llalag, Fire Brick Oatey Drug Co. the cellar position. DRUGS Grate aai Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Caiataey Test. TltroUTHS WELCOME. Incorporated Prescriptions Oar Specialty Tributes to the Knights. of OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND for the,ir patriotic servlcdfl1 PHONB6: ,, MAIN S07. PHONES CITY 873.1786.IICUMB. in peace ana war are welcome tea- ACCURACY ao,. 100, -- L "" tMnonlale of the orand or Amer- - " n Lt 'J..I amii nuia hwb i ... t j a BantotowH Road aad Congest Ave. iRft.Um flat e, 188S fIKK.S XBtrieeata nathollfl nb.imli A Highland 1169 Baet 9168 produoee. aarf1 aaiaataahi fOUBTU HILL STRHSTS 1 ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY xuen, iiunpy mine ran.,.. Per Ton Delivered Anywnere If T Haul It, $1.35 Per Ton oionav gignraa on Big Orders 86.50 98.00 $3.25 ..TWIN OITV LEAOUR Bro. Benjamin. Du--. AND EMBALMERS. GOODIE CANDY - MM !! J DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH t 1 1' ;H l'It""t . 8SS East Maim Street. I vtMvMwavtavvwj t0t . ?' H'p 1 1 HENRY FISCHER a :i ' 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, . I P. BANNON PIPE CO.j - i ej L32,?Z??t Funeral Directors Climb. Mala i --- and Embalmers Home City 3008 I , 1 SOTH IOISTEJS. 200S-- a I! Ernest Fihe's Pharmacy IMHmMHll ty t"B. Uaim XSMr. urinuan. iiinuii '.t f : ..,. e.t, I 1 ad "r"Xi. d (Funeral Director aad SEmbalmerJ wt-t- i Ju. X). 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