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Hfc Kentucky Irish American 1 PHONE: H0M M HMN UiiYltTfcik(Trmf(ri laeorperto4 Brjr ESOO Drhrer an Htcort VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. 23. n, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921. PRICE PIVE CENTS. Harlg, sang Mozart's Twelfth Mass and the "Pange Lingua" during tho procession around the church. Benediction was given twice, the third being reserved for the afternoon. At 3:30 tho annual May procession took place, the children singing hymns appropriate as they marched Found Catholic Order of Social around the church. There was a Workers .to Act as Mission-""- " sermon closing with benediction. arles In Homes. man; Socond ward, Chas. Hester-maLicense Inspector; Third ward, 4 Robert Lucas, Collector; J. W. A Spanyer, County Court Clerk; Pete Rosen, License Inspector; Fourth ward, Chas. Mohler, Assistant City 1 Engineer; fifth ward, H. P. Ogden, Machine Selects a Nominating Com- Inspector of Weights and Measures; TO LEGISLATIVE TAXING BODIES. HINT L. D. Baldauf, Sinking Fund; Sixth mittco That Won't Go Searcy; Seventh J ward, Chesley Wrong. ward, Wm. Hoefllln, Deputy County Assessor; Eighth ward, Mike Fllben, Secrntry Fire Department; Ninth I AWAWVWEWfS Councilman-- ; ward, Harry Levy, w"".. Lucas' Speech Brings Tears Tenth ward, Dr. Whedbee( colored), Bob Assistant Health Officer, and Dr. R. to All and, Xaughtcr Peters (colored), Sanitary Inspector; Eleventh ward, D. Schantz, Clauses. Epplnger, Chester Koch, Lewis Councilman; Twelfth wan Eugene Dalley, Prosecutor; Carl Beck, Deputy Assessor; M. Eskrldge, LiDemocratic TlcktetN and Com- - cense Inspector;J. J. M. Bomar, City Tito Attorney's office; M. Yarberry, Fred mlttooWlll Have Support of Sulzer, Auditor's office; County, People. t Phil Hunt Commissioner; W. H. Rafterty, Deputy County Assessor; T. A. Dover, County Road' InspectWm. Heyor; Committee-at-largTHE POLICE CENSOR ON JOB. burn, Lieut. Gov. Ballard, B. Bern-holR. Jacobs, F. B. Russell, E. J. Miller, Board of Works; Wim. M. "5.11 y FO RRE Bullitt, Harvey Burns (colored), of the ReThq reorganization city undertaker; Alex Morris, publican City and County Commit- G. W. Mason, Geo. Wood, Sower tee Tuesday furnished many amus- Commission; Felix Dumas, Working phases despite the glowing ac- men's Compensation Board. count In the Herald, the organ of Democrats can. not but feel enmachine. thused over the prospects for the the First Miss Hattlo Hoffman was coming campaign and only fear of shelved as Chairman of the Repub- success Is entertained by those who lican women, her place being given hear that tho to Airs. Aubrey Cossar, a former machine will vote thousands of exHerald reporter. Then Tobe Hert, tra negroes nnd steal tho election the big "boss, told how pleased ho nwny from the people. That is was to visit tho City Hall, State sheer folly as the strongest political House and "Washington in turn to machine over created can not beat see Republican officials in charge, the pepplo With success In sight and said that when he returned to and the people on Its side the Demhis farm he bad decided that the ocratic party realizes that with the sun was shining bright" In old present representative committee Kentucky. Tobe failed o tell his and a good ticket tho victory Is hearers how the dark clouds must won. There Is stlllnj;rowinE""Tlc-J have obscured the sun recently when mand for Attorney WTW. Davies to Why not put the burden of taxes on the apartments that prefer he was running up and down the lead the flght-if- s Mayoralty the country trying to have the hard and'TiIs clean and aggressive 1 dogs to children? administration give him a job taclicsmake him the logical nomtimes He might have inees To lead the courty ticket the In the Cabinet. added also that ho and Ches have selection of L. D. Greene as County been sitting in the shade a long Judge would be a popular one; and time lately, while Senator Richard tho same applies to Joe O'Neal as EuErnst and Maurice Galvln are gej' Commonwealth's Attorney. ling all the pie from Washington, gene Attklsson is another Democrat Tobe didn't throw much light either who deserves "consideration when on his object of dragging Judge ihe ticket is made up. For Sheriff Huston Quln from the Court of Ap- Dr. H. E. Mechllng and Joe Steuer-l- e is stationed at the university. Faland, obtained from the Cabinet as peals bench to run for Mayor, 'espea condition of his acceptance of the are prospective candidates, the ther Harlg Is well known In Louiscially when he has been a leading popular referee having the call ac- ville, being raised here, and is a Viceroyalty, an undertaking that the Judlcl-arcvponcnt of a cording to well posted critics, who brother tb Mrs. John Doyle and inception of his regime would be Judge Quin was elected by the claim that Dr. Mechllng's battles for Fred A. Harlg. From this city ho marked by the withdrawal of the telegrams an,d people to serve six years and. Boss tho party In the Tenth ward and his received Numerous Auxiliary Police, called In Ireland Tobe wants him to disregard the efforts at other times deserve recog- messages convejlng congratulations. tbe "Black and Tans." In official serving nition. "Smiling" Ed Early, W. A. Crown Forces Invest a Largo Area quarters In Dublin this statement is people's voice nnd quit after CANS' PIONIO. tPJ Nash and L. M. Alsop aro entries In less than half a term. not confirmed. But it is generally Around Dublin Mansion e The address of Bob Lucas", the Ihe Bailiff's race, while Fred taken to point to some change In puzzllng one, meeting Monday night of At new Collector, was a House. seems to have won united supthe control of the auxiliary force. as you don't know whether to cry or port in his announcement, for Clerk workers for the orphans' picnic the Sir James Craig, Premier desiglauglu Mr. Lucas said: "The dark. of the Police Court. Not a dlssent- - Dining Itoom Committee, through nate for Ulster, has gone to London y to arrange the details of the jdaysjir corning, letme warn ypu ngvojceJs heard as,. toFrank JDu- - Thomas' W. Tarpy, reported that and let us warn" our neighbors TJv an tor circuit uiorKriUs record much interest was being exhibited Likelihood of tho Extension of Marattending tho opening of the they may new Northern Parliment June 7. order that in..wi Ti.ftnVn be prepared belntr sufficient Indorsement, while by the efficient corps of assistants. ' rrtia and Charley iMIlliken has won all to his In addition to those whose names i ii. tini Law to AH Except The Ulster Unonionists still express days coming referred to must mean race for County Clerk. John L. have' been published the following the hope that either King George or Ulster. M. Mesdames Bulllvan Is the latest to shy his hat have volunteered: the defeat of the tho Prince of Wales will open the machine, and it must have in the ring for Prosecuting Attor- 06ughlln, Mary Whalen, Tom Well proceedings formally. The Unionbrought sob3 of grief from Tobe, ney oftho Pollco Court, and his, ington, J. D. Baker, Misses Mary ists, however, probably will have to even Mr. Heyburn long servTeeln the trenches desejyes Carman, Alice Dorsey, Annie Burke, Ches, Matt and be satisfied with some lesser digMargaret Burke, Techla Dorsey, AVithdrnwal of Black and Tans Con- nity, among those mentioned being when Bob spoke about all going recognitlon. oftlnr-polIc- e valley of Agnes KIppis, Nora Kippls, alary censor The atempt down together In the dition Insisted Upon by the Prime Minister, David Lloyd During Collector Lucas' sad department to cover up the failures Hagdon, Loraino Blzot, T. Barker, George, the viceroy, Viscount iFltz- Viceroy. Chesley Club of the Keystone cops and protect Marcella Chnwk, Mary Joe McGee, and touching story the alan, or even Sir Evan Clarke, the. Flow-erthe negro Rebupllcan thugs at the Jodie Fougerousse. orchestra played "Hearts and viceroys representative In Ulster. The Buttoa Committee collected and those other melancholy tamo time proves a hard Job. Take The Nationalists and Sinn Feiners numbers "Tho Soft Drink Stand the Mrs. Coyle case. Mrs. Coyle over J218 last Sunday. The Chickinsist that the Northern Parliament Takeout" and "Who Divies the Re- died at tho home of relatives in en Committee sent a Qetter to pas- ARTHUR GRIFFITH LEADS POLL. will be unworkable from a financial parishes, to publican League Fund." The speak- Covington Saturday from the effects tors of out of town standpoint. Both sides express dis er also denounced the gullible of an assault by a negro thug April which satisfactory responses are besatisfaction with the system of pro preachers and newspapers who are 24, at her homo, 441 Fehr avenue. ing received by Chairman B. J. portional representation, even the not satisfied with the present ad- On her death bed Mrs. Coyle re- Campbell. Crown forces Invested a large Unionists admitting that the Naof lilghcr taxes, Key- peated her first story of the assault The following have volunteered area around Dublin Mansion House tionalists and Sinn Feiners are enministration stone police, hick firemen, dirty by a negro. Now after tho lady's their services as workers at the ice Saturday morning and cordons of titled, according to the votes cast streets, etc; For this he was loudly doath the Kcj stone censor quotes a cream booths: for them, to four members for BelMrs. Chas. A. .Sprlgler, Chairman; the military held several streets, at applauded by all of the coft drink proprietor as to saying only one. thoroughly that tho lady died from a natural Mrs. Jtobert Katterman, Vice Chair- the ends of which barbed wire en- fast, whereas they have of the votes present, who are The tanglements were placed. Exhaust- cast In unofficial count in the six Illness, nnd wnsn't assaulted. Now man; Mesdames Joe Parsons, P. pleased with tho tho elections regime. Before closing Mr. Lucas nere's the point. If Mrs. Coyle McDonald, Sr., C. C, Nally, Wm. ive searches of houses in the neigh- northern counties, of Antrim, Arimmediately com- magh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonwore away the tears wasn't assaulted by a negro why Grueniesen, W. T. Campbell, B. J. borhood must have chased countenances did the police department keep the Campbell, Joe Sparks, R. Burkle, menced. The crown forces claim to derry and Tyrone, shows that the from his hearers' when he spoke of his battles for story from the papers, suppressing Hauck, H. Vonderheld, E. Monahan, havo captured the headquarters of Unionists received 341,289 votes, "reform" and the efficient service It completely until neighbors gave Ed, Moll, John AMglcr, J. Rlnehart, the Irish Republican army In a re- the Sinn Feiners 103, 516, Nationall. Too Hcbst. Doll, Harry McCarty, cent raid. In his court. When one thought of Ihe story to the ists 60,604, and the Independent Tho Government's poUIcy for Laborltes 40, $11. Thero is to bo his many days as prosecutor listen- The night of the Coyle assault Mrs. James Buddy, Quill, John Raque, "sterner repression of the criminal added to the Uplonist vote 4,000 ing to the Keystone police testifying Leila Bush, of East Chestnut street, Sr.. Misses .Rose Otte. Estelle Clara Bischoff, Ruth Burkle, element in Irelnd," as It is phrased, university voters whose ballots will as to how they had "kotched a man was attacked by a negro, and Rev. r, involves the strengthening of the bo counted Saturday. These figures at Eleventh nnd Brook," or brought!, B. F. Atkinson, a Methodist min- Anna Rickenbacher, Clara Clara Ttush, Victoria Meagh-o- r, crown forces In Ireland with mil- would inidcate that the Nationalists? "thnt thar prlmer to taw," his ister was beaten by thugs. All Messrs. James Duddy, Chas. A. itary reinforcements which will be Sinn Fein comblatlon should, In little reference to efficiency must bo three assaults were kept from tho drawn frpm units now in foreign view of tho proportion of their appreciated, and when he spoke of papers until even tho machine Her-nl- d Sprlgler. No Increase of the auxilOn March 30 an appeal was made service. squawked about the pollco his battles for "reform" all thought have about twenty members of the fact that one of the first ap- censor. The night following the to every woman In the diocese to iary police or "black and tans" or In the new Parliament to the Unwaa above assaults George Jeffries was furnish an article for the linen or of the constabulary, Is contemplated, ionists' thirty-twpointments of Collector Lucas although it is booth, and the re- It Is declared. There is some like- considered .probable the Unionist that of Tommle Butler, another bat- assaulted and robbed by negro thugs ' who as county nt 9 o'clock, and for two days the sponses, notaUly those from Curds-vill- e lihood of the extension of martial! tler for "reform," representation may reach forty-onpatrolman was on the carpet for Keystone press censor persisted in and McQuady, have brought law to the whole of Ireland, with The fact that Joseph Devlin, the auto- saying there was no truth in the great encouargement to the ladies tho exception of Ulster, it Is Indicathaving about four mysterious leader, must resign Nationalist story. The brilliant censor now of ,both committees. Communica- ed, but the Initiative rests with Gen. either his seat for West Belfast or mobiles In his stable. But aside from all the flowers, cays that Mrs. Coyle fell down the tions and articles should be sent to Sir Nevll MacReady, the military Antrim probably will add to the Miss Myra McAtee, 526 Wset Oak commander of Ireland, as 1t does in Unionist count, as it it believed al"reform" talks, etc.. Boss Tobe and steps, so it It In lino for the cops to Issue a statement say- street, Louisville. the question of introducing the most certain that a Unionist will be Boss Ch&3 saw to It that the new Kitchener blockhouse system. It chosen for whichever seat he reChairman, Mr. (Moorman or Mrs. ing that Mrs. Bush, Rev. Dr. Atkinwas officially stated that the re- signs. Two surprises of the voting ARRIVES FROM: IRELAND. Cossar, wouldn't have a voice when son and George Jeffries assaulted inforcements to be sent will be con- were the big poll of Arthut- Griffith, 1t came to selecting nominees for themselves. Here's a case of more covering Miss MaTy Ford arrived in Louis- siderably less than 50,000 in num- founder of tho Sinn Fein organizathe offices as the nominating committee ni 'the mowers that be is up to shield the failures of the ville the past week from her homo ber. tion In Tyrone and Fermanagh, jinminafni liv tho machine. Look d A flarge number of mobile troops, where he received more than 10,- The residence at Athea, County Limerick, Ireland, see what chance at 1C25 Third street was robbed and is now the guest of her uncle the London Times says, are to he 000 votes more than the first Unionat this list and Marshall Bullitt. Saturday, $1,500 worth of Jewelry and aunt, Mr. and) Mrs. Jerry employed in a systematic "round- ist and the majority of more than Nick Donunzlo, Felix Dumas. M. Yarberry, Wood being taken. As usual the press O'Leary, 2410 Griffith avenue. She up of rebels" over large areas, but 12,000 yotes which Sir James Craig Axton, Sheriff Rosa, Dr. Ryans or censor was on the Job and the story is also a niece of Mr. and Mrs. It adds, tho details have not yet had over Eamonn De Valera. or talr- - only leaked out when a reward was Con, J. Ford. Miss Ford is' a mod- been settled, as owing to the con anmn other play Republican would have In the offered for return of the Jewelry. est and Intelligent young woman, tlnuance of a state of emergency ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. convention or primary. The special And right today Just one week after and she speaks intelligently of con- through the Industrial troubles, and committee that will control are the robbery, the Louisville Herald, ditions in Ireland, of which Amer the need of sending troops to Historic old. St. Joseph's College William Heyburn, partisan Repub- whoso motto Is "The truth, no mat- icans know little, owing to the Eng- Silesia, it is difficult to spare troops in historic old Bardstown will hold lican and machine supporter; Eu- ter, whom It helps or hurts," lias land's consorship of the press and at present. The decision of the Gov its commencement exercises this Edward never mentioned that such a rob- news agencies. Suffering and perse- ernment to increase the tropps In year in St. Joseph's Cathedral with gene Dalley, Matt Chil- bery took place. The machine or- cution, she says, are widespread, but Ireland Is the subject of various hlKh mass on Thursday, June 9, at J, Miller, ton nmnvitnifipr: S. Thruston Bal gan's motto should be "Just so It tho people are bearing up bravely rumors. The newspaper versions 9 a. m. Tho Rev. William T. Fln- B. Bernhelm and don't hurt Tobe, Ches, the Keystone and have strong hopes for ultimate of the situation differ considerably, neran, chaplain of the college, will lard, police or the near Mayor Smith ad- success and the right of wnai a nne-uthe most striking story being that be the celebrant, and the sermon Boss Ches Searcy, e Dallev. Miller, ministration." Score ono for a The reports of crimes by of the Daily Sketch, which says It will be nreached by the Rev. F. N. vivo Searcy for the cop at Fourth and Market last the Sinn Feiners are false and un- purposed to raise the present force Pitt, assistant pastor of St. Joseph's Chilton, Ballard and km on the committee, with week, as this knocks out the theory founded, S3 also are their alleged of 50,000 men in Ireland to 100,p00. church. Fifteen young men will reHeyburn and Bernhelm as the lone- that the comedy police don't know defeats of the Irish Republican Among the objects attributed to the ceive diplomas and certificates. Can you imagine an enough to come In when it rains. A forces. Miss Ford expresses herself Government by the Dally Sketch are With Its commencement this year, some two. any Re sudden downpour came up. The delighted with the treatment the establishment of martial law St. Joseph's closes one of the mpst even break or fair deal for andi all she. lias seen since throughout the whole of Ireland, a successful years, and from present me publican that does not dow 10 ma- Keystone traffic cbp showed rare up Judgment. He gathered his her arrival in this country. system of 'blockhouses such as the Indications the next school year will will, of the late Field Marshal Kitchener adopt- be a banner one. chine. But to clinch matters read semaphore and dug for shelter at CLOSING SHRVICB6. Of course car, ed in "South Africa, and wide milhow the machine has tied up the the Lincoln Bank. corpus ouristi. Republican City and County Com- automobile and other traffic ran Last Sunday in many of the itary operations In combination with wild, and there was much mumbling churches closing In many of the the navy around the coast to afford mittee, tlt octo Hst of which In irlnt for the first time. and swearing, but the Keystoner month of May took place. These greater precautions against the enThe feast of Corpus Chrlstl was consisted of crowning of the try of persons, and goods. The Dally celebrated Sunday in the Catholic This list has always been kept se- didn't get wet. city with solemn' Blessed Virgin Maryy prayers in her Mall asserts that garrison troops churches cret from the public as theonmany the cHv and county employe honor, blessing of the lktle children abroad which can be spared are be- and beautiful ceremonles.'aBd in all miners jubilee. and benedletlon of the BlesRd Sac- ing broucht home to release trosps vast numbers received the saera- committee looked a little "raw" for The Rev, George Harlg on Mon- rament. In some of, the churches, in Bagland for service in Ireland, mentys. At St. Louis Bertrand public consumption. Reed the day celebrated his Ursr Jubilee, however, these took place oa the The statement is made la the ehuroh at 10:30 a. m. there waa' and b,aviag piHBH Utte fall e Dublin Independent ordaload a quarter of a last day of May. The Uay that Viscount solemn mass, followed, by the setting up on century ago. Th took The ehoir, form or of the ntost beatrtl-f- vttralen tforutenly Lord Edmund Euchsrlstic procession. talklno: boiit 1 waeMn. - place In Mralo Park,clbrtion Cal., wher ha customs of the Catholic church. Talbot f, the new Viceroy for Ire under the direction of Mrs. Fred A. F!rt ward, Edw. Meyer, Cpuncll- REPUBLICAN WOMEN - , HK BlFAkUTIN oov' CONDITION DREADFUL. jtlo Afm fill Nffi ffiilSlfeA J T e, m, of-flc- lol -- candidate IRELAND non-pnrtlsa- n y. Eck-erl- '1 Because of their political beliefs and activities 4,984 Irishmen have been arrested or interned and are at present held away from their employment, despite the fact that 3,000 are tho sole or main support of the families, according to a state ment Just made through the American Committee on Irish Relief. Of this number 2,576 are at present interned and have been given no trial, while the number of persons in prison and "awaiting trial" Is given as 1,208. In addition some 1,200 persons are serving prison terms for political offenses. "These arrested persons mainly are clerks, shop assistants, farmers, farmers' sons, merchants and other townspeople and elected public rep resentatives," said the statement. "Some 15,000 women and children are directly affected by these Im prisonments. Moreover, there aro In Ireland about 5,000 'wanted' for some 3,000 of political offenses; these have families dependent upon them, but owing to their being fugitives of the Crown they aro unable to earn a livelihood for their dependents. In tho Belfast district alono 9,000 Catholic workers have been driven from their employment because of their .religious and political beliefs, and these and their dependents, who together number 30.000, are utterly destitute." The statement declares that the destruction of property by British forces has resulted In enormous economic loss and widespread distress. From January 1 until April 15 of this year the British military and constabulary havo destroyed wholly 1,412 and buildings, shops, creameries, factories, public halls and clubs and private residences, while 1,538 of these types of buildings have partially been destroyed. of robbery, "This Is exclusive looting, shooting of cattle, destruction of furniture, partial wrecking of rooms and all minor damage," the statement said. "Looting alone Is on an enormous scale, and in many cases of robbery all the savings of the family havo been taken, personal in addition t,o valuable property." farm-houses Caro For tho Poor and Sick, Both tho Young and tho Old. Any. Young Woman AVith Qualillcai tlons for Religious Llfo fs Eligible. WILL TEACH GOOD CITIZENSHIP been Sufferers of the world have long accustomed t from the somberly- OI Olora unarlty. Tho robes that cover consecrated slster-UOOdS are svnnnvmnno fices of tho Good Samaritan. Therefore a Catholic ordor of women, wnoso members wear no habit, neverthelpQu hnv .. v.uuDcuiuiuu meir i.j but Jives to social service and charity Is a striking innovation in church. It has been so planned the for a special need. Tho now religious community has been especially created to give an opportunity for missionary Service nt hnmo n.,,1 . produce trained social ' workers whose only task in llfo is to help ministrations r.in. i.ij .,.li. il. - n... ',.. others. V?derT, the Patronage of Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, of New lork. tho Commnnltv nf al Social Workers has been established at 328 AVaot Cn..nn.. a street. The community, numbering ou ""uiurrieu women, bought the llOUSO SOniQ time nirn Altl.n..n. sisterhood has been working for more than a year, little has been publicly known till recontly about Its activities. Its members wish no Pmf.i... ti. personal publicity, but they desire uai " u"s oi me organization be known and aslo would like to interest Other women In (nlnlnn. f, service. This is so young an institution," explained woman, SISTER MARY BRIDGET. Like the closing of a beautiful book, its pages teeming with lessons of love, duty and devotion, to God and friends, was tho passing or Sister Mary Bridget on Tuesday morning after ijply life of fifty-foyears as f lister of Mercy, ciotn.- - lvTnrv Hi ... t. whnso family name was 0'Mr.fi , was eighty-tw- o years om ana a,nauve oi ireiuuu. She entered tho Sisters of Mercy as and 6erved for a young woman many years at St. Catherine's Academy on Second street. Her golden inMlno iraa rnlehrftted In March at the Sacred Heart Home, 218 East College street, since wnen sne nau been falling. Her only relations are living elsenephews and nieces where. The funeral services and requiem high mass were held Thursday morning. Blessed by God with tmnA nnrnnta nnd friends. Sister Mary Bridget brought into every act of her Hie tne spienaia example uuu teaching of the Sisters of Mercy. ur . -- core-mon- de-spa- i.r. s" office-holde- rs CHURCH OF OUR LADY. Courier-Journa- Hit-be- r, Rlcken-bache- sup-Dorte- rs, o, ready-to-we- ar After long and careful preparation and instruction by Rev. Martin O'Connor, the pastor, and the Sisters of Mercy, a class of over sixty warn mnipri Snndav morninc: when they received the first holy communion at the Church of Our LadySunand honored Corpus Chrlstl ClaSS Anv Aflnr tllO !):30 1T1I1B9 this and' many others were confirmed by tho Right liev. uisnop uenis u who delivered a short ivint tmiRhbd the hearts of thosa who had received the sacra ments. GRAND LAWN FETE. uuu-aghu- e, ser-Tn- on e. Key-cto- ne - Key-stono- rs. Miller-Baer- There will be a grand lawn fete, extending over two days, June 8 and 9, on tho spacious grounds of the Church of Our Lady, 3501 Rudd avenue. Features will include social games and an abundance of refreshments, and meals will be served for a small sum of money. All the friends of tho parish are Invited on this, the eightieth anniversary of reunion. the church, for a soclafl Thirty-fifth Take Portland cars to street. CONVALESCING. antl-mahc4- office-hold- er; The many friends of Miss Irene a popular memher ot the younger social set, will be rejoiced to learn that she is convalescent and able to bo up again, after an illness that has confined hor to her home for the past three weeks. Nlcolln, DEATH ENDS VISIT. office-holde- r; office-holde- r; p. nfflP-hnlrifir- s. Key-ton- ! ed ap-r.- ar Friends and acquaintances were shocked when news was recolved that Martin Cleary, fifty years old and a respected resident of the West End, had died In Chicago, where he was on a visit. The remains were brought to his home, 52 North Seventeenth street, and the funeral took place Sunday afterchurch. noon from St. Patrick's His survivors are four daughters, Misses Elizabeth, Catherine, Margaret and Mary Cleary, and two so'ns, John F. and James J. Cleary. achievements so far." But Margarot Rex, the writer, learned thnt ropnnetmntfnn nn.1 habilltatlon of the homeJs. tlnv ' profit V,"JV'"'C nt 1l tuo i Btqtora urbanizaorn tru tions efforts. Thft "' ths DOOr and sick. Iinth vnnnrr nTwl old; from the baby who needs a jayeiie to tne cniitt who should attend Church nnd Khnn1 tmm thn young couple In difficulties of varl- uus sons 10 tne aged ana helpless. The home as a perfect social unit Is the Object toward which nil the social service of tho sisterhood tends. "Homes form tho nation," said one member. "Thev mnlrA tho Church and State. What we do for tne nomes is dono for the welfare of the whole community. To teach COOd Cltlzenshln find firm Amorlnnn. Ism strengthens religious, civic and political life." Parish visitors, as members of the new cnmmnnltv nra Irnnwn lo- vote eight hours of each day to the homes of the most needy in each parish. Sphltual pdvire is offered as well as attention ti nnrelv mun dane necesjltlss. Tbe daily pro gramme Is a r'gld and austere one. but the workeis ara happy and most zealous in their profession. A rising hour well before C o'clock and a retiring hour at 9:40 gives pflenty of time for religious devotion as well as service to others. Many of the members were teachers before entrance. Others gave up business or professional careers to concentrate their zeal upon the opportunities here offered. Acting upon the thought that a good home Is a blessing to the community and a bad homo a menace, the Parish Workers must play many parts In their dally service that of mother, nlrfer Hlstor nnrl anlrltnnl advisor. They with the pastors or various parisnes and also with the St. Vincent do Paul So ciety. Scientific methods of home saving combined with true charity lorm me leaaing ieatures oi tne in- Rtltntlnn's Tvnrfc. whlih Aanfra itn save the future man and woman by protecting tho home and the child. Tho women who now comprise the little fnmllxr are irrniliintea nf the Fordham School of Social Serv ice, but they do not make such trnlnlncr nnd ernerlonrrt n nraremtl. slto for entrance to the new sisterhood. Any young woman with the proper quauncauons tor a religious life may apply for admission. These consecrated social workers wear no habit, it has been explained, owing to tbe nature of their duties. Their hours, both night and day, are utilized in their work. Three hours in the morning are given to visiting homes three in the afternoon and two in the even-I- n tr. Dallv miss, rtnllr cnmmiinlnn and meditation are offered In their plan or lire. Recompense received frnm tho nnrlahea vlaltoit la nnr into the common purse of the lnstI-- " iuhuui itiuuufiu mw wuiuau wear the ordinary clothes such as other women wear. Tint nf onlirlnod rnlnra they have no concern with fashion. The life, though austere, is pleas--anLives of the members are consecrated to the service an In nthnr sisterhoods. ,.-- "that It would be unbecoming to rush Into print about our the soft-voic- young ,' t. e 1 ba Dero-ttoa- nj SHEA IS BACK. BILL SHOULD PASS. A bill proposing that October 12, displnthlnr In Mlchn1 P SKoa the anniversary of Columbue' covery of Amsrlea, be mads a legal spector, who was transferred from" holiday, is. bow pending In Con- tse uoverament uepot to at, ioula gress. The bill was Introduced by tome time age, has been ordered to fiepresentattre Ferlman, of New .Hm hi rVlrmr nlaAA It T4F,- , soRviller where all are his friends. York. f'JFllM ..4S3fe?Ai j. dfi K ,12 . jUCE&BFX'IBOBrsr COMING EVENTS. XJRl&H I aLRD&JGKXO,auB?. VOTE FOR I June 7 Moonlight excursion of Trinity Council on Steamer East St. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Louis. CetfeoUci Lawn fete for benefit June 9 (Vwrted 10 the Sodil and Moul Advuioemect ol Itih Americas aad of Church of Our Lady, 3511 Rudd, Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Mfen's afternoon and evening, Institute and Catholic Knight t of America. Rh Phllln Nerl ehnrch Tnnn 22 Publishers outing and picnic, afternoon andr PRINTING! CO., Inectfottttit KBWTUQKY IRISH AMERICAN evenlnc. at Rlvoll Garden. June 23 Moonlight excursion oft SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c 8-- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. JOHN L. SULLIVAN CANDIDATE FOR EDWARD C. EARLY '' sbbbbbW CANDIDATE FOR Prosecuting Attorney, Police Court Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. pissdBBsw. BAILIFF POLICE COURT SW Subject to Action of Diaetritle Parry c Entered at the Loulivllle PoftoHlce ( Second-Cle- w Matter. 319-32- 1 JUCHbUU JJUIUUVIUUU vsiuu. Primary Election August 6, 1921. Mntt AH ChwmIciHok to Uw KEHTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Wirt Liberty Stmt. O. H., June at Summers Park. 26 Picnic ot Division 4, A &WxwAaAAaAaaaaAAAAAA: .TRADES jffijS?) C PUNCH-f- r ; i SOCIETY. AA "THE MIKADO" A COMIC OPERA WILL BE GIVEN BY WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. Because we secured such favornble concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in 'the papering of your home and there-arpatterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen, to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooPapers m fc AAAAAAAAA AAA LOUISVILLE, KY.- - SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921 and less likely to be misunderstood be chosen? And then, the Knights' fight on Socialism and Bolshevism has not accomplished much thus far except to stir up rancor and opposition. The fight on "blue laws" ' which is a new activity Is not likely to prove more happy. So on the whole wo are not impressed with the announced programme. It Is all very well for the Knights of Columbus to stand for sound Christian principles. That is expected of them as the representative Catholic men of every community. But wo don't believe In this thing of going out with a brass band after every fallacious theory and fad that comes along. We believe that the Knights cando more by inculcating Catholic principles in their own membership than by going out looking for something to fight and thereby Inviting opposition and retaliation. This, The however, Is our own opinion. Knights have done very good work, thus far, and we hope that they will continue their activities indefinltel Only let them be prudent as w11 as zealous in choosing the sphetes Zeal alone of their activities. not sufficient. GREENWOOD SIDESTEPS. DUTY OP KNIGHTS. now of With the purchase buildings for a club grounds and house local Knights of Cdlumbue should first of all arrange for a fully and completely equipped gymnasium, something that will fill a long felt want of the Catholic youth 'in this city. For years many Catholic boys wanting physical training have been forced to join the Y. M. C. A., which organization owes the greatest part of its strength to its athletic department. There Is hardly a member of the local Knights of Columbus that is not willing to waive aside attendance at a few banquets and dress suit affairs to aid a fund for a creditable K. of C. gymnasium. INVESTED BADDY. City. Mrs. Frank Corcoran, of Boston, SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE Mass.. is visltinc in Jeffersonvllle, tt.A ...tact nf Tta T.nii1a KnVifflar. Tickets 35c. Reserved Seats 15c extra. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mulloy have Goods Co,, 129 South Fourth street Meadowbrook and moved from taken an apartment at 1206 East Broadway. Constantine, of Mrs. Alphonse Jeffersonvllle, has gone to Brooklyn to Join her husband, who has Mrs. Thomas Moran has returned from a short sojourn at Atlantic Ind. Mrs. Dennis Constantine, Jeffer-sonvill- e, has returned from Fowler, Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Charles' Church At St. Xavier's Hall, 1J8 West Broadway 5, AT 8:15 O'CLOCK Can be had FROM 1 CENT TO 1.00 PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers 804 EAST MARKET STREET R. KORB & SON ABOVE SHELBY at the Rogers Church 4fttllt4tl)lt,tllti,ttttftttMHt)m)tt)Mg "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A located there. Mrs. W. F. Donahue, of Chicago, has been the guest of Mrs. Myra Tutte and Miss Virginia Tanner in Al Fresco Place. Stephen Keely, Sr., of MEN'S SUITS FOR Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated x THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY X" Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, nomo Made Pies, Cakes, Meats 210 SOUTH FTFTH STREET In Mlddlo of Square PRICES REASONABLE .U.VUEJjIjBKT 004 SOUTH FOURM! COPPEB Thirty-eicht- h Herbert N. Casson, London correspondent of the Wall Street Journal, writes: ''Many Englishmen do not forget that several of the iSouthern States still owe Great Britain $200,000,000 and have refused payment; and it would be regarded as a very gracious and timely act if this old debt were now remembered and Get down .to the credit of Great Britain" (on account of American Hoans to England in the late war). reThe two hundred millions to above was loaned by Great ferred Britain to the Confederate States in the hope of breaking up the American Union, while the four thousand millions was loaned Great Britain by the United States to aid .In preserving the British Empire, but the wily or stupid Britons will or can not see the difference, hence the attempt lo bunco America. SCHOOL CLOSING TIME. As 6chool closing time approaches parents should keep in mind their obligation to interest themselves in the school work of their children. They should resolve to attend the tloslng exercises of the school and encourage to that extent at least As was to be expected, Sir Hamar Greenwood has sidestepped on the charges of misconduct against the British army ot occupation made by The charges include Gen. Crozier. ,' ' the children and their teachers. There Is too great a tendency among us to give over to the school the whole problem of training the children; that terldency is not likely to be overcome at once, but at any rate parents might look in at the school work from time to time to see how their children are doing. With the end of the school year many children, in their natural course of events, finish their common schooling and there is a temptation for parents to think a common schooling sufficient and to put the children to work instead of permitting them to go on to high school. Unless financial conditions compel this course, it is a very grave mistake. The boy who quits school at the end of the grades is altogether too likely to start on a blind alley Job and to find it very difficult to put himself In the way of promoSomething can be done by tion. evening school work or by correspondence study but it Is only the excepttonal boy that will take advantage of these means even when they are offered. Independently of the matter of making a living It Is desirable for young people to go to Ono of the durable high school. satisfactions of life is found In an acquaintance with the great minds ot the world whether these have manifested, themselves through our own 'language or through other languages. Vast numbers of people are unable to read anything beyond the daily paper ttnd too many content themselves with the sports pages of that publication. Ordinarily it requires schooling to give a taste for good reading and parents should not deny their children the eary.. schooling. ZEALOUS WITH PRUDENCE. plain murder, the maiming of prisoners, arson, looting and other things. Surely when the forces of the crown are permitted to do those things by the authorities, it Is safe to say that their government is hopeless of maintaining its authority in Ireland. It can not be denied that we here in the United States are not wholly free from responsi bility for the crimes of the Black and Tans. Very many of us patron ize British corporations doing business among us, buy English goods, and in other ways, unconsciously of course, help the British broker and trader, and until we mend out ways in this direction we will not have done our part to sustain the Irish street, went to Cincinnati Thursday on a visit, to be gone about three weeks. Miss Ella Doyle, Jeffersonvllle, has returned from North Vernon, where she visited her slsterlv Mrs. Isaac Palmer Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Mike King have returned to their home at Irvine, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. ratz, South Fifth street. Master Murray MeDevitt enter tained his little friends with a birthday party Saturday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil MeDevitt, Garvin Place. Oapt. James W. Kinnarney, Dr. John T. Chawk, George B. Barrett and Charlie Barker left last night for Latonla to resume their duties with the Kentucky Racing Association. Miss Agnes K. Moriarlty has returned to Milwaukee, after a stay of several weeks In Louisville, where she was called toy the Illness and death of her mother, Mrs. Mary ' O'Sulllvan Moriarlty. the well Dr. M. P. Danhauer, known dentist and prominent member ot the Knights of Columbus, is recovering rapidly from a motorcycle accident in which he sustained a broken arm, and will "resume his practice the latter part of next week. Mr. and Mrs. SUMMER COMFORT Now conies the season when you can appreciate ioQeeeee0oeesoe0ftseeaioQesetsi Shawnee 800 West 020J VISITT STREET Near Broadway primmr Rrcnvrrnn the real comfort of a Suit made to suit the weather. The weight is correct. The tailoring quality is perfect t BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT FOB A GOOD The patterns and colorings are dis. tinctive. . OHIOKBN DINNER 495 AVEST MARKET STREET For business, social and outdoor activi'ies they are always correct. Ours are of the better kind, and you will say so when you try one on. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Make n Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phono CHy 4503 Phono City 4503 CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON fry ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT BATHS with a miscellaneous tertained shower at their home, West Seventh street, New Albany, in honor ot Miss Nora Tully and Charles Monlr, whose marriage took place Wednesday. About forty guest3 were present. iMr. and. .Mrs. .Thomas M. Barry and son, Thomas Clark Barry, will leave next Friday on a trip to Los Angeles, Cal., where they will be the guests of Mrs. Barry's father, Daniel O'Keefe, and they will stop over at Kansas City as the guests Republic. ot Mr. and Mrs. William J. Barry. Visitors here last week from New There Is no such thing as a per- Haven and Nelson county, a number centage American. Either we are of whom attended the Xavier play, "The Angelus," were full strength Americans or not at Alumni Rose Boone, Leora Green-wel- l. Misses all. Percentage deals with matters Rhoda Redmon, Martha Chris- of money and trade; Americanism 1 tian, Nancy Belle Johnson, Annie springs from a man's soul. This Bowling, Mrs. A. Jasper Johnson and from the Catholic Advance hits the and Mrs. George B. Hagan, New Editor John J. Barry, of the nail. Haven Echo. Frank Mulligan en- WATERS APARTMENTS Furnished For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms Phone City 4240 010 West Chestnut VVyvVVV OPEN FOR BUSINESS STEHLIN'S BAKERY STORE Both Phones NEW CASH DEPARTMENT PRESTON AND BURNETT Both PhonesThe Goose on Wrapper Is Assurance That Magic White Naphtha SoaS and Magic Flakes Are he Original. INCORPOR1.TBD - Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small margin and utmost value. OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED 1ST mSj) Manufactured By MAGIC SOAP COMPANY 1201 Story Avenue. Louisville, Ky- - 320 WEST JEFFERSON STREET WRITE FOR OUR PLAN -- A news article from the publicity bureau of the Knights ot Columbus states that the order Is engaged in jJBghtipg the "red, white and blue $Jgues,J' prompts the True Voice njawfy the reference is to the doc- vfrlses'of Socialism and Bolshevism as- the reel jilagve, the fight against tuberculosJ,";hlw fclt plague, and the attempt IftVfeJBt blue laws on the country as t Me plague. The programme is an extensive one, and in the main lit is comfflaenitaWe, but there is danger that portions of H will he jni&unoemooa ana misinThe by terpreted , "red, white and blue plagues." make a catchy phrase; bat what m opeatag it Jenvei for thee who non-Cathol- not something equally m trUective mat to wlmadewiaad wrt, OomW WILL REPEAT OPERA. The month, of June, the month of REPAIRING A SPECIALTY the Sacred Heart. Let our devo "The Mikado," which was so pro GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. tlons be the dictates of a lovln ficiently rendered at St. Charles Hall Billiard Room Supplies. Chalk, Tips, Cues, heart to the Prisoner of Love in t Me by the young ladles of the parish, All Kinds of 423 South Fourth Stree Fourth Floor many willing Cloth, Balls, Cushions. assisted by their tabernacle. friends, will be repeated at St. Both Phones, 2070 113 South Fifth Street Home Phone, City 809 Xavier's Hall, on Broadway, between niSTORY BY KNIGHTS. First-aSecond streets, next Sun B. STRAUSS & CO. Heme Phone, City 4300 day evening. June 5, at 8 oclocK, Jellies, Jams, cookies and cakes Those who attended the singing of REMOVAL Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- 1 MAKERS OP for 20,00(Mvoundcd soldiers, sailors the opera last Monday and Tuesday STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN nave Hubbuch Sr. & Son and marlnee, patients in Govern eveninp8 at St. Charles Hall "FROM MAKER TO AVEARER" ment hospitals, will be provided out declared it ono ot the best rendi Dealers In Dr. Win. B. Doherty has , of the 45,000,000 war fund balance tions of "The Mikado" ever given 230 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. Como and judge for in the Knights of Columbus treas- in our city. WAXL PAPEE AND BUGS ury, the Supreme Assembly decided yourself. The general admission removed his offices to 418 cents, reserved Frances Building. Saturday at the meeting ia Chicago. wjll be thirty-fiv- e FALLS CITE HALL BLDQ., John H. Roddln, of Denver, an- seats fifteen cents extra. Tickets Office hours 11 to 1,3 to 4. 6 WEST MARKET ST. nounced that the Knights ot Colum- and reservations can be had at tho Phones City 3467, Cumb. bus would launch a movement to Rogors Church Goods Company produce a new American history store, 129 South Fourth avenue. 3467. written by eminent historians at an SACRED HEART MONTH. estimated cost of ?1, 500,000. "Much S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. American .history Is ASK FOR June is the month ot the Sacred START ONE THIS M8NTN WITH THE Edward F. McSweenoy, ot Boston, declared in an address Heart ot Jesus, and on Friday the before the first historical conven- feast was solemnly celebrated in Louisville Bank churches everywhere. Tho feast tion of the K. ot C. assembly, the historians were working was instituted in the eighteenth Fourth and Central AvChho When you have bottles to sell see us. When you want to buy bottles in the interests of foreign coun century and thenceforth celebrated a large stock of all kinds tries." The aim of the Knights of each year in increasing numbers of Pope Pius Columbus, he said, was to produce churches and dioceses. a standard history by recognized IX. exten&ed the feast to the wholo 020-62- 8 City 8714 Fcbr Avenu authorities Irrespective of raco or church, and Leo XIII. enriched it with peculiar privileges, In Engreligious differences. land the feast of the Sacred Heart PORK PACKER in most dioceses is kept on Sunday-nexSEVENTY MADE KNIGHTS. following the Friday after the PURE The Paris Knights ot Columbus octave day ot Corpus Christ!. There Boiled Hams Specialty Is no devotion that appeals more WHOLESOME on Sunday initiated a class of sevot tho world than that enty candidates, the three degrees to the heart SAFE. Clay and Fulton Streets. being conferred In the lodge room of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. &&MELY BROS. BHOB STORM Many visof the Masonic Temple. High Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, BERRIES IN PLENTY. itors from other councils in neighAH Elada of Footwear For the City 4489; Main 10C8 boring cities were present. A banWhoia Family P. OALAS, CHAS. quet was served, at which the Rev. The annual ttnnvherry festival in BOTT'S ORIGINAL. ASK YOUR GROCER Two HAMBLyg Mere Fath.er O'Haro acted as toastmaster, aid ot St, Paul's church, Pleasure Ladies' Hats A Specialty. which the Rev. Father and addresses were made Ty the Ridge, 8kyr. 171 210 S. Third Mtb aad Portland. Rev. Father Link, ot Cincinnati, Waters Is pastor. will be held, this City 18608. KREAM FRYDKAKES MagacUs Otfcr 71C4 formerly stationed In Paris; G year next Thursday afternoon and Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits 18tk sad E. Purdy, of evening on the church grounds. The Krebs and Charles LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated Pressed ana ury uieaneu. Cbm. 8. XrfP X. JL. SCrspp good ladles of the congregation have Covington. Hoaa Phone, City 7005 been hard at work in preparation for UPHOLSTERING, ST. PATRICK'S. the event, and from present indica SLIGHTLYKEAPP'S MEAT MARKET HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW AND SECOND-HANtions are, hopeful that their exerCARL. STOLL, forty-foThirty-on- e MEN'S AND LADLES' SHOES AND CLOTHING boys and WORN tions shall be crowned with wonderWholesale and Retail girls, who bad been under Instruc- ful success. Numerous amusement Window Shades, Curtate Manger, AT THE LOWEST PRICES Cleaning Oil Shades. BXXf. 2eXX, YXXb AJTB for nearly features have been arranged for and tion and preparation Office and Works Ail Xlnda of SatekeA Xeata three months, had the happy priv- an excellent supper and an abundRALPH DAVIS ilege ot receiving their first holy ance ot strawberries will be served 318 E. St. Catherine. Phono 9581 361 BAST JBSTHRSON BTRKffT CITY 8230 WE BUY AND SBLIi COR. TRESTON AND WALNUT Sunday morning from rrom 5 to 8 o'clock. The public will communion Very Key. Father Cron-In- , V. G,, be welcome, admission being froe. Braey Cigar do no better tunately at St. Patrick's church, who cele- Take Orell cars, via Eighteenth get on could eligible list the than Herm Fcrfecto Kchroor's Smokers first the also H. C. LARSEN brated the high mass and. preached street, to Olenfcrook station. , effort. The way Cunlffe strutted a sermon that will have a lasting (UNION MADE) Successor to 'Vv'M. F. SHABER CO. around the paddock and lawn imprest. In the afternoon at 2:30 ATty BOY SnHRLBY. Home Phone, City 6041 would have put Samuel Riddle to HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK Right Rev. Bishop O'Donagaue adThe" following Is reprinted from shame when Man o' War was en ministered the sacrament of ROOFING, ROOF FAINTING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING AND SCHROER BROS. to the elm, as wH m to the American Racing Record; the tered In a big stake. It Gallant Lad , GBNERAL JOB WORK peper: "Sherley ever does some dowu la traat his a number of older persona who Cftwlwwtt 780 SohUi Twelfth Street, Between Broadway ad MaaJe MamifaetwarB ot FIXS CISAJW flnaWy got Lad arana owner wiM King ft eefafccatioa OalUat , hare beea' rweirftd Into tbe'ehuro' ' Ovalffe LOUISTvTLLaT, KY, AST JOTTJHtSON BTJtMRT HOM PHONE, CITY 21 races, hat unfor-- that fa sure to Saat lor a anOr,".'841 ready for th daring the past year, mi Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home NOTICE J. Joseph 1136-113- Weekly Savings Club STEIN'S City Lowest Price Market the in ed "bo-cau- se EWING'S DAIRY South BOTTLES PRODUCTS HENRY FISCHER a F. W ALWES & SON t COAL CO. NEW O. T. COAX. YARD S. I o-- f - D ur ,eo-innatl- im trf k t I- - r BTJILX) wroiwi tssSS FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. SHINGLES LATHES FLOORING JKBIOKIY IJRtlSH AMEI&IOJJSr. CITY MlW.W!WfMM 520W.?tttSTNUT.-lOUU-VlUCT MAIN REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY $1 OO oldeat Bank the State kpi.JJ Opn Savings inAccount at the Largest and wifflSIlBlP Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that now. if ever, is the time to build to your prosperity. adds to the city's Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. - National BanR of KentucRy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. MVOOfiTEO 1S to 430 B. 8xoklazJ4ffa Branca Tart asa Switch, Im H. Catt. J. JANSEN'S DANCING ACADEMY PHONES Main 2448 City 2448 High 661 1714 Classes dn Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights Private Instructions by Appointment ' Homo Phone, City 773 FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS pecialJJesignV electHHbmekl Inter- - have Southern just what youhouse wanted and move into it. you build- releases another Every BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing 442 BAXTER AVE., Roof Painting home or apartment A LOAN CO prosperity-ad- ds Building :MA:Mr:MA GLOBS 8HOURXTY a Specialty CHIMNEY POINTING at Underbill LIBERTY INSURANCE BANH people with a tota, More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 built by tb deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monumentof bank. people of Louisvillo at this safe, conservative MerprM4. Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. CALORIC FURNACE Furnace., Records everywhere show that the CaloriC saves to one-ha- lf the fuel this is In addition to heating the entire homo more one-third A. Lazar, Manager Mosey Advanced on Your Plata MORE LUMBER Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1716 j N UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND You can solve the problem ot high-price- d fuel by installing the patented CaloriC Plpelees SAVES FUEL. 812 West 'Jefferson Street (Seoond Floor) Homo Phone City 2967. Is used In the construction ot your home than any other material. We furnish the best lumber at reasonable prices. SEE US ' JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8398 OUR BEST SALESMAN GOOD SERVICE IS HOUSE- WmiNG AND ELECTRICAL Estimates Furnished 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET - P. B. HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN REPAHUNG Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Let Mo WILL B. MILLER COMPANY TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated B4-8- 0 FJgurc On Your New Homo Alterations Made Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 All Stylo Home Phone, City 702 Cumb. Phone, Main 913 McCOY Bl KENYON BUILDING REALTY COMPANY AND FARM PROPERTY CITY. SUBURBAN uniformly thoroughly and The than any other way. CaloriC is the original pipe-lefurnace, and has features that can not be had in any other pipoless heating system. We'll sell you a CaloriO under n rigid Money-Bac- k of Guarantee satis and warmth faction. BOMAR-SUMMER- PHONES: 2750 SOUTH 2750 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING GENERAL CONTRACTORS LOUISVELLE, KY. A. J. Ohligschlagcr, Secretory HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 ss Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE J. B. Ohligschlagcr, President APPRECIATED THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY PROGRESSIVE WORK FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE AUTO LAUNDRY Wo Heartily Recommend the GADDIE ACCESSORIES J Phone Parkway 113 STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. General Repair Work, Cleaning and Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE & ROSENHAM WORK DONE PROMPTLY 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 7576 AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS H2 SOUTH FIFTH STREET S COMPANY Call Ub When In Need ot HARDWARE INCORPORATED 31G-31- J J PAINT MATERIAL PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. B20 7 West Jefferso St. Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. Home Tel. 3063 Broadway GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE ICY. at First. Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. M. DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET Phone City 5708 B. J. JOHNSON & SONS CO. Parkway 136-- L OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Cumb., South PHONES 1009 LYNNHURST AVENUE BUILDERS Home Phone, City 3147 PRESTON FISH AND POULTRY STORE Wholesale and Retail PISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND Guaranteed Eggs POULTRY Ohio River Fish 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. L. P. Blackburn C. JOHN RECCIUS' SONS RUBBER TIRES PUT ON DOLL BUGGIES AND miSBJ MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. 217 WEST MARKET STREET CITY 9206 E. Davis CHAS. . J. MERIWETHER BLACKBURN & DAVIS PLUMBING AND HEATING 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Main 345 ' DESIGNER AND BUILDER I2B-- J Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner ARTISTIC HOMES 308 STARKS BUDLDING TELEPHONES City 9196 West End Sheet Metal Works ..- CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE ONLY) East 572 Highland 72 Roof Painting and Snoutinir and Guttering. 3011) West Market Street 1420-- L Phono Shawnco - -- TINNERS Chimney Pointing a Specialty. NATIONAL CASKET 0.0. Eleventh Incorporated and Magazine Streets FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS ' Incorporated GALVANIZED ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER AVENUE KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Mark EION CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS1 CITY 1705 J. E. WELSH, MANAGER. DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST To HclpYou With Your Cleaning mono us .now. Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting dofects or Eyesight by the fitting o proper glasses. TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. n , ao LVLVJSS J. WIN rrrr JJUUVjrL.iO KirnnnrnTVT JLcWlO nMt11 I1m, Pre. O. Jfcoobe. J. Baa. aad Vtm OTTO J. OSTER HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- SUITE 315 STARKS BLDG. Tliird Floor COR. FOURTH AND 5 City WEST MAIN ST. 135-M- BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CO. L. GRAUMAN Incorporated ,CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY Staler la all X3aa of SfflM - t VARIETY WOODWORK REPAIRLNG tor fixtures, Safe, Cash Bclters, niow Cum, ComntM, 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY 027 bolTlnrr Xtc no ain WM. P. BANNON 00NTEAOTING PLASTERER BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb. S. 154 I Imrareiiggr City 38 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE City 38 MIIWiMMHI Hem Phone, trtty 1818 WALNUT STREETS City 1180 Home Phone, Home Phone, Shawnee 899 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT wist atone mm Guy Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 300 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY Chas. Leber JOHN F. WILL J. C. RIEGER HIGH GLASS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS CITY 2700 Home Phone', City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West now for spring delivery. , Our Two carloads of samples on display. Order prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy ttrms nnr-RiT- E SODA FOUNTAINS ioeless 412-- PHOTOGRAPHY W Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, Excavating and Granitoid Work 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON JOHN OGLE COMPANYLOUISVILLE, STREETS HERE IT IS AT LAST! Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J 810 BAXTER AVENUE Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery C. A. KOERNER & CO. KY. AND DECORATORS Whether Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of It SNOW CLAD FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor City 1479 Jm fmp TUt TwinTrf far Front and Rt etFord Comatf DRUG OAKDALE Incorporated COMPANY PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK 500 PHONES BOB HAWES Fire Hemstitching T and FOR Buttons' Pleating Automobile Braiding Beading Beaked Bags Repaired insurance Prompt and Efficient Service City 3728 Main 1429 Rassell Service Shoppe Boston Building Russell, Manager. Xellio 307-- 8 309 STARKS ' BUILDING FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. ELBOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embaimers. Telephone i022 Corner Fourth and Jf f arson OO EC. BROAPVSTA CHfflb., Main 499 Home, GKy 4999 GOING FISHING? IF SO CALL MATTHEW HAMMON JUkfDDBNGB, 1051 BAST MARKVT PALACE CLEANERS & DYIM Incorporated KXFBRT GLEANERS AND GENTLEMEN'S 09 LADLW WEARING ' FOR ALL HOUK HIXKOW1 DAY OB NIGHT APPAREL ARTHUR H. HOHMANN, Manager S.'W. Car. TMrd m4 WafeMt its. GAS FITTING .. SEWERAGE Trinity Council ball team retained 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET dil Cert. Its hold on first place In the Twin Phones City 582G; Main 12G4 City League Sunday, defeating KY. HASSLER SALES CO. 4 contest, which 315 Guthrie Street. Mackln in a 5 to Both Phones 315. Home Phone, Shawnee 803 was featured by a decision against City 2712 Pliones Main 8478 'Moll" Gruesor for his failure to touch first dn a slashing drive with HENRY GOSS two men on base and two out. Joey ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY was In old. time form and LIBERTY SHOE SHOP AuCbacH fourteen of the seasoned1 vet- ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING fanned TIh Roofs Repaired and Painted EVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME erans of the K, of C, the St. X club EDW. B, JOHNSON, Prop. Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty' winning 7 to 7. Dellsle and the FLOYD AND MARKET 2011 WEST BROADWAY LOUISVILLE, KY. Knights of St. John staged a pretty FINE SHOE REPALRING Both Phones for leaving the. cellar posibattle Called For and Delivered Work tion first, Dellsle winning 3 to 2, H. A. DOLL 51327 WEST MARKET STREET the Knights' errors being costly. The St. X team has strengthened, Shawnee 2702-- L JOHN B. RATTERMAN CONCRETE WORK Manager Haragan signing Durning, they will Larklns and Seaman, and CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER JOHN B. WATHEN FUNERAL DIRECTOR be in the lineup tomorrow against 3 BAXTER AVENUE Trinity. Dellsle plays K. of C. and MOVING AND rUllNTTURB 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Knight of St. John pBay Mackln, Either Phone PACKJN Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland JACOB F. HLLER. at. SM South Tweaty-StaftWst 1179. Both Phones 2406 We Hi Sfeairaee 1936 Jacob F. Miller, lor many years a LONG DISTANCE HAULINS Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 THE BLATZ QUALITY well known figure In Main street REUTLENGER & CO. business circles, died Wednesday PALNTS AND VARNISHES Adolph ReHtllBger morning OSTRADER & HARRIS Chestnut at his residence, 3004 West street. Ho was eighty-tw- o PRESERVE AND BKAUTTFY FIRE INSURANCE years old, was charitable and ever PHARMACY No. 2 Beat' Service ready to help the poor, and by his Moderate FrifiM ;FLORIST TORNADO, .LIABrUTY AND EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. neighbors and business associates 5 SOUTH SHHLBY ST. PLATE GLASS wa held la hlgli respect. Surviving LOUISVILLE, KY. Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants LOUISVILLE, KY. him are two daughters, Mteaes MaUS 80UTH THIRD STREET Tweety.eSghth tod Greenwood, Calllo Miller, and a son, mie and S47-services wore City 6910 South City 41597 H. F. Miller. Funeral Res., Bbawaee 1863-- L CALL US FOR Job Work Promptly Attended Te held Friday afternoon. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Co. SUllIvan GYMNASIUM EXERCISES. LEO H. WEBER INCORPORATED Ineorporated Designer and Builder et The closing exercises of the Loafavilia, Kj etabltefeed 18 TRANSPORTATION,. GENERAL elasaee ot the Sacred Heart FOR ALL FUKFOMM TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND ' and Satiraatea Cheerfully Aoftdemy, will be held this evnlng Plana OFFIOB OU'l'l'TlTHHH "HAYRIDB PARTIES" Keetaeky Omwhmh OH FarHtehed' o'clock on the ground of the at OTAMONJKW 1129 WEfTMAIN STREET rUmWH Levfarritle 1115 IOUTH FREtTON STREET aeadamy. Th public is InvHu. SHOCK ABSORBERS Service Station 'Jil and LIlxTt A r GENERAL CONTRACTORS SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. -- OFFICE AND YARD: Loans te those having regular Internes or salary, with no publicity FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS r red tape. Loans to housekeeper LOUISVILLE, KY. wt their personal security. F. R, POOLEY, Courier-JournBuilding. AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING Ream 415 S. Fourth Street. RALPH C. SHAW al PENDENNI8 A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. COAL REDUCED----MA- Y Wilton Jclllco Lump Harlan Lump Hazard Lump eled5off:ntS Per t0n l6SS Inc. DELIVERIES TWIN CITY LEAGUE. PLUMBER $8.25.AVest Virginia Lumn cook 38.23 Taylorf Lump ......L..'".". 8.25 West Kentucky Lump .... .IIJtIoo thaD abt)veprlces Ifccoal is dumped not shov- - Byrne & Speed Coal Corporation BUY NOW 621-82- B SIMON P0NTRICH 319-32- W Transfer MODERN HOMES gym-BMlu- ra Oil and Grease ' I'-tfi "7 U&. J fc - "incorporated W Qive and Redeem Sfirety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB '' "' three pounds for -- jaEcatjoisci xxRxeftiE .AdoeswexoAJSi, JUNE BARGAINS ii" ? Splendid Merchandise at Price Level That Will Allow No Further Decline ..........). ?... .fr.i.te4 STRAUS SORS HERMAN 4 . We Qlre and Redeem Oeld Trading Stamps. BOYS' SUITS one- - PLAN A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. features of this method are Ka coBTeelenoa la m30z purchases without aay cash. The adyaBtage of eeBAlden&le outlay buying ea the Clab Plaa daring omr Yarioas sales AT SAZiH PRICES. Whatenrer la the prioe of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also the price to a Household Olab Plaa customer. There m positively ao advance. There are ao "coatidoatlal arrangementa." It la oomdacted apoa aa opea basis with a fixed aehedale of rates. The flnt payments and the Monthly payment are the same to all. The oatataadia Axminster Rugs Seamless, nine by twelve feet, rich designs, Axminster Rugs Extra large, eleven and ; fourth by twelve feet, $10 mate-terials, $35.00 Seamless Wiltana Rugs Lovely designs, highest quality, 9x12 feet, We are offering you these Suits I at a very special price, just to adver J tise our Boys' Department. These S Suits are made of good woolen splendidly tailored and finFibre Rugs ished. Bozart make, sanitary, cool, THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW good wearing, 9x12 feet, $50.00 lfr.M.0.Mt)''' Prices Lower riidptv raimnNS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS $45.00 Inlaid Linoleums Tile patterns, nobby styles, per square yard, " - $15.00 Marne Rugs .. 611 :$10 512 W. Walnut. Coffee Wo offer excellent Coffee, 85c Solid colors, rose, brown, blue, wool face, 9x12 feet, The Crystal Optical Co. S. Fourth 741 E. Chestnut This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is thebest Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Established 1888 Both PlioucB 1323 $1.50 ;, $25.00 MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff SWISS CLEANING OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. INCORPORATBD INCORPOIU.THD , 619 South Fourth, Opposite Rialto. Carpets and Rug Swiss Cleaned, or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Of f ico 017 Sooth WALL PAPERS, DRAPERIES, CARPETS Where the QuicK Meal Comes In the kome brlglttoat ; ' Wbore the work Ugh teetj Where the saeaJ is cooked best j Where tho range staad Wfaero Where work ta doae)t Fourth. Plant 909 South Sixth. WALNUT THEATER BASEBALL KANSAS CITY TODAY. K XAAAAAAAAAAAA DON'T FORGET THAT f K STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN AND GROVE Uto GRAYVON AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. BfOOBTMUHB). vs. HOME OF MILWAUKEE HIGH CLASS PICTURES Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, AND Wednesday. GOOD MUSIC. Gams called at 3:30 o' lock. Rsserved seast now 01 sale LOUISVILLE That's Ut t t t C "Quick the where Heal" comes Where eooklHg aaaaa real (aa Where h&klHg girea light; Where drudge la eajt at night Mm where That's Quick y Meal" aaaBM Qalek Maal GaalRaBftea Sold, Inalalled and UW RacoraaaaBdea' GEHER & SON, THE NAME KENTUCKY - 215 W. MARKET ST. OOJIPANY MEANS J IS THE HOME A. L. OF PURE MILK Reshaped. Ladies' Hats Bring us your Jtfilan and Leghorn Hats. We will clean, dye and reshape them into the latest summer styles. at Buschtmtyer's. C Moonlight Trips. & INDIANA PRODUCTS . AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE :5 I K tt ASK YOUR GROCERS." GUNN INTERURBAN Good "Work Our Motto. Forty years in business our guaran tee. 317 West Liberty BMmaaaaaWr'amm. aaa'aBTaBTaBTaBTf t c c For excursion season of j BUTTER A SPECIALTY 1921 has a few more The customer will know that you watch his Interests If you soil dates still open. Better K. & I. PRODUCTS secure dates now before i all are taken. Apply at 3 FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS Wharfboat, Third and J KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. River. Phpnes Main or City J 141. C. C. FULLER, PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DALRY PRODUCTS J Incorporated BAKER AND CONFECTIONER t JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4283 ICE CREAM 1305 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 FALLS WORKS STRAW CITY 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET North Side Next To t i GLEANING AND PRESSING Home Phone, City 5283 We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satis705 EAST MARKET STREET faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. We operate three retail yaras at .Louisviiie ana aiso snip anywncre. opeciai reduced pnees on car loau smpmems. HARVEY-JELIJCO DOMESTIC COAL- INCORPORATED) J. J. MUELLER STEAM PINE TAILORING LLLmarM'am)W "jdfnSaTae Interurcan Station 9235-- J t t Superintendent VVVVyVyVVVV .a...o..aaa..a..B..t...aWti QRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Home Phone, Parkway 60 Cumb. Phone, South DR. M. P. DANHAUER FRED WARNS, JR. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST AND BERRY BLVDS. TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS TAYLOR Funeral Director and COAL COMPANY CORNS,BUNIONS JUhwmI DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. THE VERY BEST Embaimeri BOTH PHONES 810. lipittlii Hi NH( SslHkill Trwtai Yard, and Elorator, Fopo and Payne Streets." Magnolia. Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. Main 033, City 1450. Main Office 411 Starks r Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the additiom of attractive and corr.ct lighting. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE Brighten Up Electrically I CASH SPECIALTY COMPANY V9Wkaw!a99 :- - :.i' ;- - Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy "Yon W1U Do Better at Sparrler'a" CkirayeWUat FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- SOT CATBSSHN FRESH MEATS aaaBaaai Starka AND VEOETABLES I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, ..eaaaaa.a.a8ja.aa.9.a.a..a.M BBUdlag Bath Pbobm SFURRDSR GROCERY THIRTY-FOURTH CO. & COAL CO. S3. liS Shawnee 1817 Phones BROADWAY West 858 Waat Xy., clean lamp 90 Big Clean Xut, bo alack Q6J00 Klch, lumpy silae run.,... J8.20 Per Ton DellTered Aaywbara IX XJ Haul It, BUS Par Toa oa Oloier Plgrurea on Blar Order 2d and Water BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY BARRETT'S SONS EPPINQ'S J. J.FUNERAL DIRECTORS SOFT DRINKS I UOMB PHONE 88 AWlSHWMMMVnMV CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y AND EMBALMERS. J SPALDING SHOE CO. Out of tho High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open J&cnlngs Until Nino O'clock tF rra your soya aa edaeattoa tkat will prepare tbasa for Ufa St. Xavicr's lia College 99 Oast CtirsL street. IT. Broadway, Eoairrille, JCy. Coaduotsd by the XarerUn Brothers. Par-aoaClaaalcaL Sclenttflo and Buslneaa Couraea. PraDaratorr rjanrtmant T.n xxooaronxraD IIIAVAUKEE TOMORROW. Prejerty at Xeweat M,oa la Xy Swlmmlnp Pool, well Equipped Gym- City 897 mm. xerma moderate. 528 WEST. JEFFERSON Main The Colonels will close their AMOZATZir Bro. Benlamln. Dlr. City this afterand Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Planta. series with Kansas Incorporated Crystal Electric Washer noon and Manager Jack Egan and 20S COLKMAN BUILDING 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 8. X. COR. THIRD AND JEFFBRS the Milwaukee Brewers will be here G GO. tomorrow lor a series of four games. MANUFACTURERS r. imhhn. ml, h tm. m itm. rmu n m. If the club can &. C Da success(Louierillethe Brewersrepeat its against made In FINE CANDIES Incorporated Milwaukeo the team will be given a I big boost in the close fitting pen- Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty V SERVICE, PR0MFTNZS2S AND nant race. The first week of the ' 33O0PHC 1930 West Market Street campaign the Kentucky Irish Aftier- ACCURACY X Cumb. Mala 299S-- a Hems City 2008 Z lean picked Indianapolis as the dlub Phone Shawnee 2347 HaaI fewar a BardstowB Road and JLoageat Ave. all would hare to beat for the pen- 1 1t II M 1 1 1 1 Xaiae&'s Pateat Lidded Plae far Steam Caaiahs.l Highland 1163 Baflt 9168 nant and the standing today 'makes R. Wall Capiat, Drala Tile, Titrli ea IrlcK, A. preuictlon look good. At that thw the Louisville club ooka the best if Llalna, Flra Brlcat F. F. Valinoti Klectrio Co. KaJa HIM, JK1. Pit DRUGS the pitchers strike their proper Grata aa Bailar 711a, Flra Clay, Calnaay Teas, "We Use the Golden Rule" as the dub's fielding and stride, Prescriptions Oar Specialty 913 WEST MARKET STREET hitting Is .all that could be desired. OFFICE 636 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" City 4782 This tar Ballenger and Acosta hare PHONES; INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWBR been the pleasing surprises of the MAIN S07. PHONE. CITY 87a.l7B,IICOM. hitting line, while old Jay Kirke has Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 ai'B 1 rtt'JLiuw a, RBtHumnvm, 1 I i wiring, rjxruKm, lamps Home,-Cit- y WOHXb-Tltir- 4k MMk awl Mafial!. aa 1881 aad 1882 t.V.n An a navr loaoA nt ItfA in linfli I (hitting and fielding. FOURTH AND HTLIi STRBBTS 1 ri7-. OKHeVrJOfT , and nmeAssm LGUieVXLLJt, JCX, ELECTRIC l0O IOAII 9n Parxltara, BUKoads aas ot&e nil. DOUGHERTY & Mmi01T! 4 ...................i P. BANNON PIPE CO.: i mm, Clrrt S OBIE GANDY I Ernest Oatey Drue I Funeral Directors and Embalmers inoisrB;s. J PrW. Fihe's Pharmacy HHmttH4HHMHMlllimW it BrekirtJ'aa4 11 Funeral Director and lEnibalmar! Tl i