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Market St. iHlffih, Kr. Hmt 412 Kentucky Irish American 25. negro out, even considering tho fact that only 5 per cent, of the Tenth voters are wliito Ilcpuhllcaiis, Here's an example of how the negroes ot Louisville, encouraged by tho Republican party, demand social equality. As contended before in those columns, tho "equality" negro wants to force himself bn the white people whether or no. The Quaker Maid chain of groceries announced some time ago that the stores would1 close every Wednesday and a boat excursion je given. lor One or two benefit ot the patrons. bf 'these enjoyable affairs were held and then the "equality" negro came to the front. The Quaker Maid people were told that negroes must be allowed on these boat excursions or Oiq Quaker Maid sfores would bo boycotted. The negroes did not anneal for separate excur sions for negroes, hut wanted tickets tlint would entitle them to passage with tho wliito people. Here's the secuel as published in the News, a negro newspaper: "After hiring the boat, they (tho Quaker Mold) learned about tho discrimination. Tho Qunker Maid Company 1ms cut tho boat rides out." Thus it can n machine be seen the dreads the encroaching demands of the negro Republicans who want to force themselves on white peoSearcy-Chilto- LJiivJiiiku w wn pkwc: hmk J7 jTFTWWB m mm Hrery Drlre'r an ttieort LoikfWt Tariuk Trmfaf IBOO Ineorporstos VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURiAY, JUNE 13, 1921. people PRICE FIVE CENTS. to listem to Ireland's case and understand it, and knowing it, then to do justice to Ireland, and make such arrangeemnts as will be consonant with tho principles they preached during the war, and consistent with the demand of full and r complete nationhood, and at tho Increasing in tho United States same time provide for the security Tlirco Times Faster Than is. of tho British Empire, so far as security can bo maintained . tho PopiUatlon.. DEMOCRATS See Victory Ahctul It Jackson Club Resolution is , Dem-ocratl- Cliiltbn machine plans to knock the DIVORCE "K 1 c BACK HUM ON-TOEI- .H - VACATION. t Adopted. , ' ASSASSINATE CLERGYMEN. Tho Causes of Tills Hidden Malady Pointed Out by Father S , Muntsch. " Iloss.Ches Scnrcy Finds Notldng but Trouble. in Republican Ranks. Nogro. Republicans Demand Social 'Equality From White Itosi dents and Neighbors. SLIGHT TO TODlY AND BERT. I ' f r V' as a mode ot for white women voters election, and for the November furthermore many women can ,be enlisted as election' officers,. Which aVpriHiaryelsetios without the slightest euspiclori of fraud. Following the announcement of the City and County Committee that they approve of this action decks can be cleared for action and a start made with 'harmony prevailing In every quarter. In discussing the possible Mayoralty candidates on the Democratic ticket one hears ottener ot Attorney Robert L. Page, and it Is significant that hls selection seems to be popular with all classes and factions ot Democracy. "Bob" Pago la a type of the younger Democracy who will Inspire support if chosen as the standard bearer, and It elected Mayor will bo a tearless and efficient executive who will wear no man's collar. It is to be hoped can that the Democratic leaders fight persuade Mr. Page to lead the for a cleanup In city and county government and a greater and better Louisville. What a heap of woe, trouble and misery has fallen on Boss Ches Searcy's Bhoulders since 'the death ot A. T. Hert. The., Republican State politicians are not in awe of Searcy as they were ot Hert and they have already gone gunning for .the post of National Committeeman and a sucoessor for Searcy as State Chairman. On top ot this Btruggle for political power in' his own party Boss Searcy Is finding troubles galore. This week Secretary Bllncoe, of the League headquarters, Republlacn years of age who is twenty-eigand weighing 200 pounds, distinguished himself by assaulting Mr. Jonnard, owner of the Realty years ot Building, who Is sixty-fiv- e Mr. age and weighs 125 pounds. Jonnard was badly beaten by the Republican League Secretary. The row started because the Superintendent of the building objectod to negro poltlcians cure tog and Swearing in front of white girl stenographers while riding up and down oh the elevators. Negro politicians, men and women, are frequent visitors to the Republican headquarters, and filled with their own. importance as aides to the "reform." admJnlstrtalon, strut and sneer in front of the common white folks ' w!h liavcn't got votes in their pocket. Of course Boss Searcy "tailed" a little and told the Realty owners and the public that he would run the horrid headquarters. away from y iBlincoe 'M for the negro trouble nothing was Mid about curbing their tactics, maehke te and the nniding trouble in trying to keep the bounds, The negro negroes in gamblers and tough element cause ho trouble to the Republican and. "reform" administration ra the negro political Header parcel out the gambling games, while the negrtf 'holdups' and burglaw who ticket vote the "reform." Republic are immune from arrest becaase of It to the Keystone comedy police. "aqual-Ity" darkles and the blh-ronegroes wtoo make life mtoer-ableaders. for the Two year ago1 tbi element f Warley for ithe Tgilatwr and training wosM-guaraH- convention. Again it will eeTve active Democrats, went orr" record or. the primary method for deciding contested nominations. The matter was brought to the attention! of the by the Democratic voters contention in the colunms of the Kentucky Irish American that a convention could never fairly Bet-tcandidates. contests between wnw rtViA .Tnokjion Club, as a treDre- sentatlve body of Democrats, has Indorsed that view, and following speeches by .Judge Muir Welssinger, Col. J. Hk Dr. H. E. Mechling, Haager, Edward Early ,and others the club approved the appointment of a committee to notify the City and County Committee of Its action. It. was suggested that the convenfor those offices tion nominate where there is hut one candidate and alse "select the nominees for the General Gouncll. The contested offices at present are Sheriff, of Police County Judge, Bailiff Court, Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court, County Clerk and a few others. These can be settled fairly and squarely in the primary in a manner that no defeated candidate can. resent. It is (recalled that a primary gave ois Ollle James, a great Senator, after he had been discriminated a.gainst Jn a proposed "Wednesday evening In favor ie Democratic Club, The Jackson with a membership ot over 1,700 tee As-Blat- ht Searcy-Chllt- oa ma-heta- ie le earfcy-ChlH- on rb RBd dtead, nttorfo Frankfort cenVtet the machtne wa abV t ot etgW-etaW- - waJprKy rote. Now Warier the uM4tmUm"UlN..t!fe7wr. .The legroee announce a Candidate for th LKiloture in the Tenth ward where 85 per .cent., ot.the alter rotlg voter are negroes, end the Seaivy. - Writing for the Press Service ot the Central Bureau cf the Central Verein, the Rev. Albert Muntsch, S. J.,' deals with the striving to ple. undermino tho basis ot society and Attorney Beckham Ovenstreet In says: an address at the Jackson Club ex"We' are confronted with the posed the inconsistencies ot Helm fact that divorce is increasing in Bruce, a noted leader and worker tho United States throe iimes as for the present "reform" adminisFast as the population, and that aptration, Mr. Overstreet said that at proximately one out of every tho mass meeting held at tho Gypsy twelve marriages ends im divorce' recently Mr. Smith Tabernacle So Bays Dr. Towne in his "Social Bruce excused the failure of the Problems," referring to local admtnlstrtaton, to stop gam"Report on Marriage and the bling and corruption on the police Divorce" census ot 1909 as his authority. force, and' ihad no criticism for the The intervening years have not city officials or the men higher up. brought about any improvement. But when our reformer, Mr. Bruce, Tho. causes of this hideous malcame to criticising the race track ady are numerous. Among them Louisville's Keystone police aiftljtiitck;' firemen, will have tali he directed his fight on the owners sociologists list the changing Btatus und operators, or In other words stories of their city experiences. body.Ho was rushed to a hos- of woman, lack of preparation on the men higher up. Tho Bpeaker made tho point that if he was con pital but died within a few (houre. tho part of ithe woman for homo sistent Mr. Bruce would have The murder ot Father O'Cal- duties, higher standards of life, blamed race track gambling on the laghan recalls the assassinations bf the weakening of tradition and the jockeys as he does the police, and Canon Magner of Dunmanway, and lessened economic interdependence ?'i of husband not the Republican bosses and city Father Griffin, of Galway, both of a prolific and wife. But there is source of broken homes and county officials. By the' way, whom were victims of the Black what are they doing to near Mayor and Tans. There are also a num- and of violation of God's law with respect to the sanctity of marriage, Smith? Twice this past week It ber of priests In British prisons camps. prominence was announced that Hizaoner would lot and tho coming picnic Will be Father which is not given land's claim upon, any particular and internment E. C, is serving It ought to have inthe discussions of Dominic, O. S. issue a long statement about gam- used to secure a new home for the form ot government that Ireland; three years penal servitude in an "the national evil ot divorce." This bling under his administration, but division, immediately. A special has adopted that man is trying td Is the pagan teaching each time some one must have put meeting will be held next Monday hide the real fundamental dssue. EnglishC.convict prison; Father in- "scientific" sociologists ot on the lid' as nothing has appeared evening. Ballykinlar and other Does he; admit or does he not that ternment C.,. is in yet. Many wonder how the near camp; Father Smith, C, scientists who preach their perIreland has a. right to rule herself, C, is in Curragh internment camp, nicious views with the assurance of Mayor can issue a long statement NAZARETH. like Belgium or Poland? Pla him while Father Delahaunty is serving Infallible masters. about the gambling situation when Confident Time is NMrlWhek TJiero dow,n to that. Don't discuss the A notorious example of suchi dealleged Repubtho world knows he and tho city This has been an eventful Veelc merits of a Republic as against a two years for his M,Ht Jutt structive attacks upon, tho sanctity bosses have nothing in common. lican activities. m in Monarchy, or .an. Empire, or any of marriage, and therefore upon Honor to wjiomt.honor is due and at Nazareth Academy, Kentucky's to ftwlauj 1 t 4ntstlifii.t Inn fn famniia other form. of. government. The of The- latest. additions and the lists the 'home and the family as the. priests- arrested sent to the Kentucky trfeti AwHcaiWwJints. 'gjW.-,T)5jHb:4emain thing Is to Ket them to face - is-foundation of civil ' fend ymrxBf'mrxriterssmen'T the" .nrisQnbxytk&jJft!.ils& .Crownf orces- inTXrT'BHnrok'r-"Th- e society.- ofSbt- Basis" against the slight offered' those two ul iut .aiumnae .Association ana toe are Father Gaynor and Father Mccommencement exercises served to right or Ireland, like Poland or Kenna, of County Clare. Both cial Relations." On page 95 of leaders, Republican prominent a distinguished gathering rressure of America and Rest of Belgium, to rule herself, just as priests were arrested following a that work we read: "Students of Thomas W. 'Filbon and B. Bert draw continued that for three days. The these countries rule themselves. upon the parish house. The primitive conditions have reached Baker. For several years the tho World Will Compel celebration continued In Australia, in America, in raid and Tans charged they found the conclusion that neither Bex in Herald, tho machine organ Jubilee Black through Tuesday and Wednesday Scotland, or anywhere I have gone two documents in the house. Tho the human species is inclined to JuMict'. gang, always n of the my claim has been and is, that Ire two priests were court martialed on permanent sexual unions. They referred to Messrs. Fllben and and was largely devoted to the business and 60dal features of the land has this right, and until it is to point out that among savage tribes, as those two staunch and event, 8, and Baker which were numerous and granted there will be no peace In June months each was sentenced sterling workers for "reform." gratifying imprisonment without and indeed in various advanced bIx in results. Inland; there will be no peace be religions, ceremonies and customs Week in and week' out the Herald Thursday was the big day, a Thus Far England Has Offered tween ireiaau aoa rugianu, ana x hard, labor. ate in vogue to expiate such atpolitical writer would refer to their special Nothing That is Worth hdpe there will he no genuine tachments as contrary to the divine activities In the Cresley Club, and egation train carrying a laTge delENTHUSIASM CONTINUES. of relatives and of friendship between England and ordinances. They further show Considering. then the Herald editor would tell the graduates and Sisters friendsthis from and anybody who can endeavor by taxpayers how for that tho forms of marriage were the citizens and That enthusiasm, commencement withholding friendship, to make the cause ot Ireland continues was forcibly Instituted either for selfish purfortunate they vt'ere in having young city. The 9:?0 o'clock and exercises began at England do her duty They will demontsated at tho meeting in poses on the part of tho male of are, reRepublicans' like Fllben and Baker .0 r T)rvntiltll A rn 4aa iltni nil A ported to have surpassed any ever -g'et for property reasons, o,nd that in working for "reform" and a better held PEACE IN 'A DAY CAN BE KAD. Anything sto ants Holy Hosary aHll of Robert Emmet a condition ot freedom and adgreat center of city .government. Now here's tho ing. at this interesting papers learnBranch of the American Association -- anything Many were at all. That Is what! slight. Last Friday Fllben. and read, Recognition ot tho Irish Re- vanced culture neither sex is inwe hear wihlspered about by those for the Rev. John O'Connor pre- clined to regard them as durably but the feature was the adBaker were Indloted by the grand dress ot Dr. James J. Walsh, Med- public. that are suDDOsed to be in the lnbinding." jury for keeping a disorderly house, ical Director ot Fordham Univer I am .taklnjr back to Australia a ner circle and are able to exnlore sided- and called attention to tho That the last assertion is true changes in the Tules enacted by tho and Saturday morning's Herald in sity, School of Sociology and Pro message to, the people and can sav.oveniues that probably are closed to national convention at Chicago, we need not be told by Dr. Brfn-tomentioning tho indictment said two fessor of Physiological Psychology with confidence . that it there are me. They eay, "Give them full The scandalous proceedings Which were concurred1 in without men named Fllben and Baker" were at the Cathedral College, New happenings In Ireland at minion Home Rule anything at dissent. A pleasing feature was tho of the divorce mills In the counIndicted', but never told its readers tor York. Dr. Now I Empire." present these crimes all that these wore the same .two gen- hjs subject, Walsh took "Dante" MJ the teutreures moment, to be nut to referwithin thesimply to say that, musical nroEramme rendered by tries of "advanced culture" is only and that he did' to this are not three young ladies, consisting of too eloquent on this point. But tlemen wlio wcro always advertised justice was the unanimous verdict. and the discredit or to the blame ot the so far as I know, there has been vocal numbers and violin and piano what about the social misery, tho In its columns as right liand bow- In .taking his leave Dr. Walsh Irish people. I can tell them that no clear, firm offer of anything rendered. broken homes, the suicides, the husolos, all artistically ers of Chcs Searcy and workers said: in a day there could be neace in I don't say worth taking, but any Friends of Tommy tho membership reports had man wreckage that follow inevitfor "reform." "Remember, young ladies, that Ireland. We hear a great deal thing worth considering absolute- - Aftef received and other business ably In the wake of this manifestabeen and Bert are Indignant at the slight you have your opportunities within of the Herald and eay that their at- you and that if you are to do work aooui peace, ana I snouia say I am iy noining worm consiaenns- .up to transacted Rev. Patrick Walsh was tion of "advanced culture" in all at close range with inoat of these the present moment. tempts to liven up tlte neighborhood worthy of called upon, and 'In a short address the cities of our land? has peace talks and of these peace1 ne- education They talk ot Dominion homo A howl goes up conditions the have never been appreciated-- Others been given the it must bethat you because gotiations, whether they come from rule. Well', Australians know what ho reviewed' and existing plain the! preaches revolution when a "radical" and anarchy as made say theer 'was no real harm meant your minds and hearts and souls in Ireland Dominion home rule and the safest means of escape from and that some ot the stunts were impress themselves upon those one side or from the other, but I Dominion home rule is. They intended for movie comedy rehears- around you and not any mere ma know that in a day if England know, first of all, that in Dominion partition. Parliaments do not in any some ot the iniquities ot tyrannous wants peace she can have peace, home rule We have nothing people their government. way One would have to see the als. of yours. That and the conditions are very simple. partition. England does not saylike rights .guarantee the Father waisn is clapped into Quite frequently he to prison. But when a or freedom. playful little comedy ot throwing terial interests ceems an eminently impracticable The day that England ceases from Australia that she should be carved reviewed the recent election re much' more dangerous anarchist the woman bodljy through the thing to say, too tor British crime and British aggre-u- p according to the sweet will of sults, which show that the people, bpenly advocates the. grossest of screen door to appreciate It, and ordinary use, but let us no"t forget Doug Fairbanks and Fatty Arbuckle that the people who are remem sion In Ireland, there can be peace the people 1n Downing street, Lou-th- Catholic andi Protestant, are firm in sins, and condones crimes which afternoon. Nothing stands be- -j don. Australia Is a unit within the their demand and struggle for pave the way to destruction of the will have to look to their laurels if bered are not those who get things Tommy and Bert are given tree for themselves but those who give tween England and peace with Ire- - British Empire and nobody in Eng- lustlce. and in verification of this home and of social peace, he is eay that he pointed to tho last utterance of lauded as a "learned anthropoloreign- things to others. Olve of what te land nothing stands between the land would dare to Some of the curious neighbors b$st in you and then you wl not British Empipe and peace with that would partition or cut up Australia President De Valora, who said that gist." Dr. Brlnton goes on to say that, want to know what became ot all be. sorry at the end of it all tor it little island' but British pride and j Into sections. To those people, "as long as the British Government therefore, who talk about giving mako3 the surrender or . ireiana s "with progressive enlightenment, ot tho prisoners that Night Chief Is more blessed to give than to aggression,' That I, repeat. I will be able to tell the Austra Dominion home rule we put the rltrht to Independence a necessary bringing with it, as it must, the Griffin and his aldos arrested in the receive, and life will have beeri questoln: What about the Partition 'preliminary, as long as it Insists freedom ot woman from civil disthe Irftsh people three time raids made on. thft better for all those whom, you have lians thatnothing accept are look- Act, or are they going to stand, by on regarding the representatives of abilities, divorces Increase and only what they Those that touched because you have lived. ing for "House ot Hilarity." represencatavee those marriages are stable in' which can not appreciate Keystone com- That Is the meaning of life on the are justly entitled to; that they are partition or not? I would like a Ireland as the edy hihk that the Night Chief curtain off eternity as Dante would asking for nothing except for that clear answer to that. I would like merelv ot a subordinate and de both parties are satisfied. The reto which nations to ask them also when they speak pendent nation, as long as Eng sult ot this is constantly beneficial. ought to glv.e an account of his have expressed it." to home rule do and. email rlgnt ana mu- Facility of separation is a potent prisoners, and that some report After launching a campaign for gret an absolute were declared the ot Dominion Ireland would havethey land relies, not onon right during an tual interest, but mean that the superior stumulus to connubial harmfony." ought to be made for the beacflt of $50,000 for a gymnasium sind. swim- have tho police and the public at large. ming pool the Alumnae elected of- war. Ireland, is only asking Eng- absolute right to make hew own forces at iher1 command to dfctatle This is a new law, very acceptable from the political relationship between no doubt, to the "modern" man interference land to foot: the Mil. Ireland te lawji without But this latter class doesn't seem ficers as follows:, so the to understand the methods of the President, Mrs. Chiles: Vlea Pres- only asking the Bngliah to fulfill outside? When they talk ofmean the peoples of Ithe two islands,pur- who has outgrown. Christianity, We do they long will negotiations remain see the fruits of such Btatementa Keystone police. If they catch an ident, Mrs. Mary 1. Burkley, Louis- their promise. Ireland has aeked Irish Parliament, it would have exactly the same poseless and talk about them be in the wonderful historic "dtecov-ery-" offender he finds it eay to fool' ville; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs1. for a Republic. Ireland claims the Sanger, that .of Margaret them and get away, and It ent to Florence Nugent, Loutevllle; Re- right to have a Republic, ancL.Ire-lan- d right to. legislate for Ireland tbaft lacking in a foundation ot sin"Ohrlstnanlty lias sot back the jail or the Frankfort penitentiary cording SecretaryrMrs. Ethel Land is tlte only one, and. .the Irish the Parliament of Australia has to cerity," Perhaps Other speakers were Attorney progress ot women by a thousand he or she can. ileave whenever they Hanson, iLexlngpton, and Treasurer, people the enly people, that hvea legislate for Australia? what) Ireland wants they mean that, but I am not sure Thomas Walsh and John A. Doyle, years." care to. Poselbly Night Chief Grif- Mrs, Nora 'W. Hancock, Jeffentoa-vlll- right to ami' what Ireland. WiH be Battened that they do. I would like an an- who explained the difference in Who shall come to the aid of the fin's wagon lead secured t Tommy with. 'White that Is quite true, swer (to another question also. the Dominion home rule offered poor multitudes deceived by such and Bert's escaped from the patrol army and navy of Ireland ami that existing in Can- false prophets? fundamentally, the eseentlal thine Australia h&a an wagon en route and are playing SACRED HEART SOIIOOri. te that when the Irieh people have her own. When they talk of giving ada, and Australia. Miss Mary CorApril fool with the Keystonere. Who knows? FOLLOW THEIR CUSTOM. after the the right admitted and granted and Dominion home rule to Ireland, do coran told of the work being done Tomorrow moratag mean that Ireland &ko themelve rule " .hthmw ,the cloning exerctoteot ,.tne wxw-& ifmna iney snouia for they her own armfcr and navy?13 to In Kentucky and the Interest Following their custom ot resder- the State, or, aroused throughout another aucceaef wt year of the be interfered with, from' outside. have HIBERNIAN PICNIC. I don't think Ireland to very Which Hotted hearty applause. ftig aid in national emergencies, the naroehlal oehool wdll be held' at am not Seventeenth Whether in. leefariatoin or economies anxious to rule iix eae. Knights of Columbus ibave gone to At the meeting of Division1 4, Sacred Heart church, Rev. Patrick orm any other way. So far aa b sure thai she wsnte to set Iup a big DIPLOMAS. RECEIVED and Broadway, when the rescue ot the affWcted la the A. O. H., Monday, eventa In to: powibie for. any natSon "to be rW, navy; but the' fact to that AuetraMa, Watah. the paetor, wM prerfde a HaH, PreWftt Jo. D. Hen-ne- v fthe dtetrtb tattoo, of medal , bonora of ny Interference from qutelde Graduation exercises, Were held .Colorado floods and the Tutea dto- that has no Imperial ambHon appointed complete, eommit-tee- e and eertNHMMB. There are a goodl- and Ji "to not poaalble, Wttliam J. MoGtoUey, either, ha her navy and her army. Tuesday morning in the .Convent iturbances. to ake charge of the, pleine y- number we- have nwiehed', the Ireland ha tjM same right.' ait any The 'Engltah should go straight chapel ot the Academy of Our Lady Supreme Secretary, announces thit and outlas to be iheld at Scminere' eighth grade. d over thfrty wHl of the. other? The sesentiai thing to the only people that can, talk of Mercy, 1176 East Broadway. the K. of C, "in response to a Park, on Sunday, June 26. Ju.mm be, given diploma in the comnwe-c- fe Ireland' right to complete tfkight to them. There thtey.wiW Mwsee Mary Louise iryoc, Mary from Tulsa Knights, have forElisabeth warded money from their prvtote ehoirid get their ainwer, whAbever it to. Evelyn Quire, Geneva R, MTeTitWe wiU be General Obalr-in-u and full eourM. re- funds $ .If they are able to. agree there wilt Clephas and Margaret Broear be admitted, and lie promfcwd a H wffl for the relief ot homeless tve day that amusements for It Ireland, want a RepubMc, tba be peace soon between the two ceived diptomas; also the laurel gro children, who vslM be eared for RAISE NEW FLAG. s he gold medal by the 'local K. of C. pteaae young nd old, Ax bueinees. Itetand te eouatriet, but it hey.are not, then, crown of merit is Ireland' Di following rector John H. Reddin. of Denver, part ot the programme aJ aerie of A hnWme new. flag hm raided looking for a RepubUc; hut It he deplorable though it roy be, the for literary honors. The present struggle, I suppose, has to member lot he junior class re- hats advised national headquariara and cMldren'su 'wow have been:, ar- Tuesday tnpralng at Holy Trinity were to chwige ot U1 paroehttf cbol. New AlMwy, m be preferred a Kingdom,, Ireland' go on, until aaotAer opening cornea. ceived second Hterary honors: of the K. of 0. that the! Colorado ranged, ton bdya and gh-lwill b a part-o- f ages and fcamkQMipriH , would But X am hopeful, and indeed Mtosea 'Louisa Clark, Mary Alice Knbrhts are. with waal in Flag day proanwam right to elfJeternilnak juet a confident, that w are approaobiog Gregg, Angela Crietoni and Christine author awarded. Dan MeKeona, Bdward held, by tb, puptte. Prntrtotle ms be found' m the .Kingdom, 'and' reltef aganeles h Ttie Rev. Father Byrne and M. J, MeDermott will were aung' by: the chiMren. grouped well aa in the; Republic. There- a time when tkere must be paaee, Rammers, kUtig OonncH flood vietofm. Sittt' C P.. delivered the homes of ,tb flag" stair. , The pro- for' anybody who ha any special when the- pressure .of tho wWole have charge of. the different mavtowao anybody world 'America and the rest of commencement .address, hto subject thrown open to Henoessy Io an- about the Reupblic President gramme concluded wKta Cte atmfltvg wttipaitnr t a the of th ot the "Star Spangled Btuswr." nounced that the proceed who bmes his opposlikm to Ire- - the world win compel the, British being ''The Value of Bdueatioa.'' :'$? Details of the assassination' ot the Rev, James O'Callaghan, a popular young parish priest of Cork, Ireland, by Black and Tans, have Just been received here, although the attack which xesuletd in his death was made on May 17, as ho stepped from his bed. All facts concerning the assassination of the young priest were suppressed' by Dublin Castle authorities, none of being the foreign correspondents permitted to cable news of thei attack to their American newspapers. Father O'Callaghan was spending the night at the home of Alderman De Rotate, member ot Dail Elreann, the Congress ot tho Irish Republic. At 4 o'clock on the ntorning of May 17 a gang ot armed and disguised Black and Tans demanded admission to the house. Mrs. De Roiste refused to open the door and the Black and Tans scaled a trellis which reached to the window of her sleeping room. They forced entrance in that manner. One of the Black and Tans walked up two flights of stairs. His approach was heard by Father O'Callaghan, who wa3 asleep on the top floor and., who had been aroused by tho commotion below stairs. He stepped from the bed and started for the hallway. As he did so, and without a word, the Black and Tan took aim and fired. Father O'Callaghan fell mortally wounded, one bullet having passed through tho ehoulderblade, while two Dthera took effect in other parts of the - Violation I of God's Law a Prolific Dource or uio urokca Homes. DECEIVED BY FALSE PROPHETS MGR. MANNiX Bur-bag- e, so-call- k1" tfwtnn-Hrwna- t61pr()J-adttfel;T:-.Tseflgiy- '. vtsMSMM icin - ( ""? JjOU-isvll- le Searcy-Chilto- -- j f- .31 KM i n. tul - . I ed at tht e. - m Ber-traa- d abe-luUrt- y - W tht re-q- ut tbt ai ad Sum-era- a iy Xa-vt- ep oonce-eton- - al K.-of"- areor , - ( ' A ' ' -' tff G kt&JSPX'XJ&JS&r COMING EVENTS. xjstxsn axoa:bs:. 22-2- 3, - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. th. IWJOfficially SocUl l WA Arid Moul A Youn Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Knight t of America. Institute and Catholic PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. - v. ,t Closing Exercises Jackson and Kentucky. 26 Moonlight excursion, of SUNDAY, JUNE 19. July Bertrand Club oa Steamer America. August 10 Annual picnic and Solemn Communidn 8 at A. M. Entertainment at 8 P.M. SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921 .t.t;.i.n fiiinmvr of Holy Trinity mTTisVTT.T.R. KY Last Mass at 8 A. M. First Mass at 5 A. M. church on church- grounds at St lteors arc still demanding top prices Matthews. RELIEF FOH PUEBLO The railroads for their products. OPEN FOR BUSINESS kickickickiickAAAAkiihA, la have been deploring the fact that -w The Pueblo flood disaster high wages i which many lives were sacrificed decreased traffic and paying their C S Jv--l- l 'A I property prevented them from of dollars in and millions AAA AAftA A A feel-,- ? usual dividends. Hut it- must not Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece destroyed causes a profound a living wage paid Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh be forgotten that svmnathy In of Mrs. T. J. Cunning is spending and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small marIn Justice be the that have passed through similar to employes shouldindustry that It somo time with ,her sister,' Mrs. J. gin and utmost value. T.nn!"v1'll& went tnrougn tirat flharee on ..l.u.10 w.-, H. Porter, in Georgetown. WlUtftWOi fl. ago comes neiore uivmeuus u. i.iu..w. flood experience some years a Mrs. Suslo Hogan, of M street, which has which' is still vividly remembered Apparently this truth lias returned from a visit to relclearly enunciated by the atives In Peoria, 111. and wlilch .,brings home to us the been . fnr t.ho niniinna' of this ., country has not Miss Idelle McCloy, of Clifton, urgent neeu for relief ,... .,, mere yet uucn Brusiieu uj mu w4..... has returned after spending several INCORPORATES) sunerers. flood PiinhJo HENRY T, KRAFT announces his candidacy for the office of Perhaps they uo not months in New; Orleans. be no delay in taking care of Industry.' "WEST JEFFERSON STREET should 320 has re Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court, subject to the action of Miss Henrietta Bannon grasp it. of the distress caused by the dis want to turned from St. Catherine's Acau the Democratic Party. aster, la such cases Bpeedy reuoi emy. MAKE IT PERMANENT. sympathy. Is worth oceans, of Mrs. L H. Fitzgerald, of Jeffer-spending tne Secretary of sonvillc, has been James Fitzger Many believe that week with her son SPECTACLE! For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. tho Navy Denby Is making a mis ald, at Lagrange. Miss Mary Katherlne Coll is home More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a tot take in revoking leave of absonco CANDIDATE FOR Another "patriot." named Solley, for Admiral Jackass Sims. The from. Indiana University to spenu deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tb. nobank. the summer with her parenU? in peoplo of Louisville at this safe, conservative who lias gained considerable professes 'such undying love toriety' in the vicinity of Bofeton for latteraffection for tho country of Mb Jeffersonvllle. MARKET AT SECOND and ; andi nntMrlsh Miss Tholma Duffln has returned UNDER THE BIG CLOCK' his appears tho proper from Indiana University and will come to grief. Ho ninth, that it activities, lias Don-b- y Bpend summer vacation with thing would be for Secretary the financial standing to be the ORPHANS' PICNIC the secretary of a "loyal" was! to make tho leave of absence her mo'ther, Mrs. James R. Duflin. best in the history of the Kentucky present to this Jennings and Icacue organized to Mr. and Mrs. Martin permanent and tot Sims stay In As the time for the Fourth of jurisdiction, been stopping case of poor down son, John, who havo country the The visitors were taken on an Subject to Action of Democratic Party July picnic and celebration for the un way dear old H'england forever. Wb in the the trodden Great Britain. convicted of believe that King George will re- at t'helr Tyler 'hotel, have returned benefit of the Catholic orphans of automobile ride attended aafternoon home in Memphis, Tenn. banquet to the Louisville diocese draws near and at night 25, this creature was Mr. and Mrs. William H. Newman the enthusiasm Increases, and indi- and dance at the- Eight Mile House, different ward tho Jackass speaker before immorality on eleven his return by conferring on him tho will Jpavo Julv 1 for New. York, cations are that with a fair day where 125 members and their 'famcounts. Catts, Irvine and Solley they will spend the remain ?t will be the most successful and! ilies were seated, which was rep- Order of Knight of the Bath or where der of the summer. a distinguished trio. They are largely attended of any picnic ever marked by the presentation of an Rayol Pajamas. State Chief Mrs. Anna Peters, of Evansville, held here. There was a gratifying emblematic ring tb of their class. The Keqper of the resentatives CANDIDATE FOR tho is here for a visit with her daugh Increase in the attendance at Mon- Ranger S. O. Hubbuch, by presenpatriots are bemasquerading sham SOLEMN FAROE ter, Mrs. Lelandi O'Callaghan, at day night's meeting of the General tation being made Ky., E. J. ing shown in their, true colors. Dr. B. Prestonla. Committee, at waiicn the numerous Schlueter. of Dayton. O'Connor was toastmaster. And what a spectacle! Dr. J. J. Connolly and Mrs. We are told that the Parliament minor committees made encourag- J. Preceding the opening of the of South Louisville, last week ing reports, showing that all wore of North Ireland has been orgaday's session of the convenvisited at Prestonla, the guests of doing good work and that every- final Wednesday morning requiem THAT KILLS PACE Subject to the action of the Democratic Party. nized. It numbers forty members Mrs. Sallle Durret. thing will be in, readiness for tho tion most shameful high mass for the reposX of the chosen under the Mrs. Emmett Mullane, Meadow-broo- big day. Donations are coming, in souls of deceased members was The automobile- is undoubtedly conditions of intimidation, and has been spending two rapidly and nearly $1,500 has been of modby Rev. Father Schlang, one of the most wonderful been admitted. weeks with 'her parents, Mr. and collected by the Button Committee. celebrated, fraud which (have ... 1n,l(A nf Via MWAHv O. M. C. The morning's uusmess ml.- -. em Inventions. It" Is one of tho The portion of Ireland over which Mrs. N. P. Young, at Versailles. session was ' taken up mainly with business; Airs. Matt Corcoran, uarrmger Committee are busy soliciting for most important aids to this "Parliament" wllli preside In- avenue, entertained her bridge club their booth, and ask those wismne,:ow """""' to be CANDIDATE FOR and it affords a delightful means cludes barely of the with a most deilgntiul arternoon contribute to communicate with Hon of recommendations oonvon-stree- t. JL'SiBiHr of social enjoyment and healthful country. Miss Clara Connelly, 2510 Duncan 'made to the international Twelve members elected last week at her home. in August, Tho "Ham Wot Am" Mon at Milwaukee three-yerecreation. However, like all other by the Sinn Fein and Nationalist Clement terms Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Officers to serve will be a center. wlll jWfflv Catholic savs the ,i Oiincs. will not sit in and Kon of Salisbury. N. C, havo booth, Which by wore elected at the the following ladles, convention Wednesdayclose of tho be cared for abused; and parties in this area afternoon, Telegrapa, St may be SoIn been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merit and COURT POLICE that the" "Parliament." rwiJ-rhefenxiwni.ii. are State Chief Ranger, S. O. Its' abuse ha cached a limit, reality the Parliament represents O'Neil In Eastern Parkway. Chief Vice Mr. nnii. Mrs. Goorce W. Sullivan nand Efflnger. James Fllbln. Harry 'Hubbuch, measures Subject to Action 0! Dtaecratie Party Xpjwhich calls for stringent of the people less than engagement of their Robert wuublidiag, CovWe are not refer- of 'Ireland. Yet the papers In this announce theElizabeth. Sullivan, 10 Colgan, H. J. Dojrehkamp, Paul utx, Ranger, Secretary, M. T. Serges- . sister, Miss Krebs. Clarence. Simon, ington; T Treasurer, ring to- the great increase in Im- country rofer to it as the "Irish T. J. McGurk. The wedding will Herman T)n Tl t)nn1 Louisville; ketter. tt. automobile, RoU, Newport. morality due to the nothing more take place the last of June. jnwnn p,i. Von Hoven. (Leonard-, Frank X. Trustees were- The fol It is Parliament." Hays. Lillian Brady. Ma,y Spill- lowinj electa: Mrs. wiriiain fnwi .u because, as long as girls will have than a Botemn farce. v mthtipih ij'k TUnni.ntii oiuii mnn uni iiiuu, &awwt r iu.ui.ia aiiv Gault. Mis Louise Dant, Miss Irene fiii i.i. in. no regard for maidenly modesty in and Charles their alumnae re- Splllman, Tillie Hermes, Ruth Mb J. Kelleher. Newport,Representatives' Kerb attended "good" time, and their craze for a union at Lorebto Academy, Marlon Quire, Edna DIckerson, Jos. Evans, J. Pardl, Latonla. ATTENTION. LEGISLATOR.' ' as long as parents neglect their county, on Tuesday. John J. Efftnger, Chas. Haniman, who will attend the international Milwaukee in August Mrs. Jacob Hauck and Miss Anna Raymond Schmltt, Wm. L. Smith, convention at Daley. Bellevue, ami Christian duty of supervision over Sirs. Benjamin. neoBes, ol Cov daughters, there Is not much ington, Ky., Inserted an advertise Scheibcr will leave "the end of Juno Paul Voss, Agnes Rott, Edw. Lott, are Eucone their The they will visit Lew Cover, Gilbert Schmltt, Lu- Thomas Sharkey, Covington. Louishope for reform in that direction. ment In tho Covington, papers of tor Seattle, where Schelber's sister, Mrs. R. H. cille Fitzgerald, Albert Foley, Ag- alternates are J. W.'Blrkel, Miss Wubbilding, Covville, We have in. mind the criminal de fering to trade her four children McCarthy, and Dr. McCarthy. nes Robey, Edna McGill, Loyola ington.and Robert' of life and limb by tho for dogs, as eho finds that landMatthews, McGlll. struction Mrs. Charles Bauer, St. reckless drivers and speed maniacs lords are willing to rent flats and announces tho engagement oi ner Home Phone City 395 SACRED HEART ACADEMY. CEDAR GROVE; who have made the. city streets and houses to couples with dogs and no daughter,C, Miss Ida Marie JBauer, Rouff. The wedding will country rctads as dangerous as a children. Of course Mrs. Hedges' to Irvln 218 EAST MARKET STREET. At the Sacred Heart Academy, August. Cedar Grovo Academy, in Portduring the war. This offer wasn't sincere, but It serves take place In Gorman. Mrs. battlefield land, in charge of the Sisters of this city, graduation exorcises were Mrs. Frank Dorothy, of Loretto, closed a successful year held Wednesday morning, when may seem an exaggeration to most to call attention to a matter mennnd ilauchtor.. were no we have the from been of our readers, but tioned often in these columns, and r.inclnnati. ihavo Vogel visiting Mr Tuesday morning. There exercises, twelve young ladles passed diploin Windsor formal commencement that splendid Institution. The to confirm our statement. one that our legislative bodies and Mrs. Albert figures there being only one graduate of mas and honors were conferred by Place. During the nineteen months, which would do well to take notice of. Grace the Right Rev. Denis O'Donagllue, Mobile, is ho classical course. Miss Matt. McDonald, of American troops served In the visit, accompanied by his Beatrice McCrory. There were four Bishop of Louisville, and the Rev. here on a thousand of 512 WEST ORMSBY AVENUE 1TU11I World War, forty-eigtwo sons and daughter, and are tho grUUUilltJS A very,uv vummni.. class Father Fultwmce Meyer delivered an WHO WERE THEY? large music Inspiring address to .tliem and their. killed; during the guest3 of Mr. and Mrs. James x. partment. our boys were this vear in tbe school1 had their assembled paroius anu menus, r al1035 Seventh street. N past nineteen months, of peace The Junior Order made much Langan, Charlotte Davidson, of the entertainments earlier in the form lowing are'lho twelve graduated: Mis FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 26 persons have over Flag day, as It usually does in thousand ninety-on- e Louise Buchart, of two recitals, the Juniors naving Mlsse'Marlan Highlands, has been the guest of theirs in May and tho seniors bavEJJeS'beth Ivy Hudson, Mary Flor been killed In automobile acciaenxs. times of peace, and went so tar as Miss Gladys Miller, of Thirty-fourt- h Tecltal last week. Fho school offers two courses bf study, the one a college preparatory or politically influ- to malso oi monument in honor of and Doorhoefer Place, this past in e a formal high mass TuesdayJ ence siacwamara, Agnes rrancea There was Hannon, Mary Violet Dwyer, Etnel course,' which prepares tpupils for Vassar. Smith, Wellesley, Mt. Holyoko of municipal courts the Junior Order war heroes. This week. enced judges morning, after wilch the Very Revl Louise Oeswln, Evelyn Ann Moser, general course, which differentiates Master Hugh Cltnes, Audubon are greatly to. be blamed for this is the first time wo heard of any Agnes PCeffer, Estner anu Bryn Mawr colleges; the other a Paltry fines Junior war heroes In the late w Park, lioaves today for Chattanooga, Patrick's church, conferred the .Katharine college preparatory course and which leads to tho deplorable condition. Marie Cablll, Fronia. Priscilla Vlers ljut little from tho where he will spend a couple of tho Miss McCrory diploma of the school 'shall never stop the slaughter; or what percentage that order fur weeks visiting his cousins, Walter diplomas on graduates. MissandMary commercial O'DanieK condign punishment in jail or the nished to our army and navy. T John D, Higgins, and It Is strongly advised that pupils anticipating either course should Quinn, Miss Beatrice Skeen, penitentiary is tho only efficient Catholics are classed as not ve - L. Sherloy Cunlffe, tne wen Julia Nadlne Nelstor and Miss Miss AND REUNION. enter the school at least by the beginning of the eighth class, in which riCNIO ' turfman, nas preventive. Father Crontn also good patriots by the Junior Ordor, known and prominent past week at- Eileen Petty. Important High School subjects are begun. been at Latonla this mnrio an address to the graduates. St. PhlHp Nerl's summer picnic yet the war records officially snow tending .the races and looking after The chapel was filled with relatives The- work of tho school lb carried on by a faculty of college trained T) held on tho CUTTING WAGES. tho Catholic soldiers composed 42 his extensive stable of thorough- and friends of tne graduates anu and reunion will church crounds. Floyd and Wood- - women Music, Art, Gymnastics. por cent, of iie army, over B0 per breds. the school'. blue, June 22 and 23. Rev. Father As only a limited number of pupils .can bo provided for, early enrpll- Asman, Mrs. Anna estimated $400,000,000 was cent of the navy and nearly GO Mrs. Bernard An railway-wagAckermann and the various com- ment Is high desirable. Mrs. J. B.'Ohllg-schlagFIRST SOLEMN HIGH MASS. slashed from the nation's per cent, of the American marines. N. Cunningham, mittees have displayed a wonderMiss M. and daughter, bill when an order cutting Where do the Junior Order patriots Ohllgschlager, a recent graduate of ful activity In their efforts to make The Rev. Father William R. this one of the season's best outper cent. MISS LUCY wages an average of 12 cone in on the official United States Loretto College, St. Louis, attended Burke will celebrate his first solbe entertainment There Was handed down last week by the records and why dldn.t the the alumnae reunion at Loretto emn high mass in his parish church, ings.everybody will a number of sur"and TELEPHONE SOUTH 010; for AUTO BUS SERVICE on Tuesday. United States railroad labor board committee in charge of tho Academyengagement of Miss Eliza- St. Louis Bertrand. Sixth30 and St. prise features will be 'introduced. o'clock streets, at 10! The order Flag, day celebration toll the pubCatherine The beeomes effective July 1. have mado ample WC8t 0203; beth Roaine Sullivan and Thomas Sunday morning. Special music by The ladles for the car of their Sliawneo 809 labor affects' members of thirty-on- e lic who some of those war heroes J, McGurk is announced, the will add to the an augmented choir assure all a pleasant on 104 SHOT friends organizations, employed take place at St. AloyeiUB ceremonies. The ilrst mass and finv andandvenlnK. The salo or were? is tho church Thursday afternoon, e June blessing of a young priest congre- tickets indicates a large gathering roads. The decision' means reducoccasion of rejoicing to th 30, at 3 o'clock, The tions, varying from flta to thirteen CILNGE OF HEART. por Is a sister of George Sullivan, of gation, and of congratulations to his cents an hour or' from 5 to 18 ENMSTS 50O MEMBERS. Winter avenue, and the prospective parents and relatives. A large atcent, and in the case of section expected." After a brief Just a few years ago there were groonv Is a former resident of Lex- tendance is parents, Half the quota of 1.000 in the' wiped but tho Jncrease grant- mon and women lecturers" in thd ington, but well acquainted In this visit to his Mr. and Mrs. M. women "bettor homo for ?600,0.00.000 wage city J. Burke, 528 West Hill. street, he membership drive business been obed them by the country, and writers, too, wQu were has secpeople reg- will return to 'Washington tor conAmong tho Louisville award of July 20, 1920. For according to reports of tho constantly raving about tho istered In New York the past week tinued study, Ho is the first Do- tained, tion men the reduction "was approxtreatment of tihe Bel- worn iMr. and Mrs. R. T. Parker, R. minican to be ordained from Louis- committee which met Monday night brutal Mrs. G. imately 18 per cent. The decision, gians by the German anV, and yet H. Humphrey, E. W. Fox, E. E. ville slnco 1905, when Father John at the Visitation Home. FOK A GOOD compherenslve as Mar- McHugh celebrated his first mass W. Rankin, 4819 Southern Parknwfivor. Is not as army of Black Buckhart, V. M, Smith, W A. way, who headed tho committoo, ,- today we have an at St. Louis Bertrand church. which granted th SGOO.OOO- and Tan thugs' of the; British forces tin, Mr. Mayer and E. S. Mteyers. that said the drive began May 14 and g Mr, and Mrs. William Brumleve although ihalf tho quota had been 688 wage increase to rauroau murdering men, women and chil- have Just announced the CATHOLIC- FORESTERS. reached, mora than CO per cent, of an July '28, 1920. Reductions dren In Ireland, with awer a mur of their daughter, Mites Aleen C. incomplete, After ar special ,hih ,ma at. St. the reports remained the decision will be effective mur from tho tender hearted lec Brumteve, to Louie B. Glasgow, at ndw 4959 AVEST MARKET STREET will be Mr. and Mrs. Anthony's church. Tuesday morning Proceed? from the drive thfi classes of employe ipfy for now St. Martin's making their home writers,, who a furnish and remodel the sssrion of .the Ken- u&ed to Sled turers and, are railroads nmd by to April 18 whichwhich exposed as British propagandist. Glasgow and Mrs. Adolph Goffinett. the opening oonvsotoln of the Cwth new- and krgr quartera of the tucky Stat with Mr, -r and Honie on Fourth street. wa caWsd, dtmtfc urjor in iMies Margaret I. Kmhl and Leon- olio Order of Foresters "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" to oier by State Ohie-- Ifcmger appeared la the hearing Tjegianlng ard. H. Zeapfel' were maraied at St. Seb ' . M.T. TO DAT IN A JUNE FESTIVAL; ST. JOSEPH'S. Hubbuehs In" St. Amtho'' on that date. In coanwtlcm with Franeee of Rome churoh( the Rev. Hall, fl.Twsnty-thlfr- d and Market, f. i i&tersttin to note e Wiedwaeday John H RHy perfwrniti the .Wtatim it Next Tuesday and. The annual comrasnoenient exr-eMwas with ovsr forty deteeatee and many Mtae he that a of m. 9L Joseph's UreuMn of The addrs tW railway official announcereduc- avmi inset th June festival wi'Hi St., bridesmaid, andMlnnAe Balmer WiHfam Tompkbt vWtors pcmmL of. Inaorporated chool at 9 o'clock deHwwd.by' tl Rer. Academy wwhU on H will pot b Wowed by any we gownwi WkKHiH w The brwe wa beet man. church, mgmm. M. 0., Mmir of TH1 H0U8I Or QU1LITY AKD QUANTITY freight and PMMBWr rate. Oeor's avenue. The pestor, Rev. in canton orene. Her tulle Father SrapWmiSt. O.Anthony Bplrit-u- Wednesday4 mfornin. tion la hA class wsre Miss Standard Court. the Adviser of Variety of Hot Dtehe, Pastry, Hone Made Piee, Cakes, Heats' has toW extensive vwll ww adJiieteA with peanli and The wifal JttWie will therefor SHwte HubbUflto, CbW OUra Dlie, Bhila Eckmans, Agnss S. O, owerMia hktter.mii: 9m' trom It, while the preparattoa Robsrts, Mary end bopes to make EXCELLENT Roberta Mrtvft no btaefU bouqvwtof brids's imm' and, RMtasr, rvlwd the Ms addrww, Bekmans, (IsrAruds Tbomwi, BTRBBT 4 SOUTH FOURlil dth BtMiron;' thfe festival a suooees In every wy. almww BtB SOUTH FIFTn STREBT -t- fWropip'ye wttl feel the was. t hte admlU)t4ion to bfjdwsmald Katti-toThe twrred Naur Broadway HMdit of 8awre ohU lofrer wage Htoehmn ,wttl,,b features atad orehMe. 1n trfnlt 'aoeoMWbU; and ear- - M. T. flsrgeskttor,, State SeeraUry, Drtacofl, Naooy Mnrtauv Mo Is dtvtofr.,' l, w4li mmmMh) . BWn Daat, Tided enUrtament T mpotted aa fncrsaea la membnriiip PROMPT SERVICE other Haw rt HUOM XSASOKAKLB torttod to vted a. houanet of xak rt)Mw. XfXmr of s psr eeot, mutt cortf ffS04L ABj M,ry Lovftie OotoailMi, Mart he X. Hoik ot 4 Mite. rhm emfttkoat Mr. lt"ttMwrir- fair io fcrtnt ther trmo wb bat It TrtMrnnB-- ,' ttoowi Lm Hoard. Nevfport,; Stf toft tor Coriagtoo. ... force wnte. down, while the rofr, time. Picnic of Division 4, A. O. H., at Summors Park. t,,iv 11 Annual tvlcnlc of St. ,n.gu AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Incpot.ui, Publishers PauVs church, of Pleasure Ridge, SINGLE COPY 5c at Stower'8 Grove. MIMCPIW10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, July 12 Moonlight excursion' of Secoad.Clan Mutter. Entered t the LoulivIHe Pottolllce i Trinity Council Y. M. I., on SteamUtathK to ttt KEHWKT lJJisHIIEMCH.'3W.321WmUmtlrMt er Bast St. Louis. ,M c July 19 Sixth annual picnic and chicken dinner for benefit of St. Paul's church, on cnurcn grouauB, JUno 26 Philip Norl St. June 3 church picnic and' outing, on church grounds, Floyd and Woodbine. Crttata June 23 Moonlight excursion of Jackson Democratic Club. Mea 22-2- Parish Picnir'and Reunion BENEFIT OF ST.' PHILIP NERI CHURCH Wednesday and Thursday, June Afternoon and Night On Church. Grounds, Floyd and Woodbine. 7L. Social Games in Afternoon. Good. Refreshments For All HOT LUNCH EACH DAY, 5 TO 8 P. M Admission Free Music and Dancing of St. Philip Neri School t xi.ir.ir rt-T- v NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE - comm-unltie- s -- . -- ".:': ..,, SOASH OUTLET DEPARTMENT STORE LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK CHAS. W. MILLIKEN nntl-Catihol- Io COUNTY clerk: - T. D. OLINES Con-noil- y, County Tax Commissioner EDWARD C. EARLY i - k, r 4 "one-sixt- h, iii "-- "-to ar BAILIFF - one-eight- h, JMUb) - tion. 1111111 - Real Ice Cream and Sherbet OAXL. FOR- - KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Louisville Collegiate School ht Over-indulge- nt ,- -.. -- - ' - -- er r IIESTER, Principal Habor-macfi- er wed-,dlng- to VI bride-to-b- BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT ed I: wor-'er- ma-rriag-e - OHIOIvEN DINNER Standard Dairy Lunch House pOfVlB 'chu-rtfh- . te Vte-Itatl- on t . .L ,eere-tM- gro-uiwl- s - ct rv: Ffhr We-iev- , ,.. ai hd jfr6th tlre yai M oi m. , JU-Ml- tMlfM'",'"""'" V 1 , f ! .. i-s 'K"x A 'hiMUA v? tjuwia. "& l. i'rkj" If. ;iifV.. :u.ib&&i .Jf ' .4. h i.JT'. 1. . IJi--- v 4 ' J" :in J? ' jsiEixrcrjaoBLY irish ECONOMY AiuraRxoAar. ANYWA- Y-- v, Jriiiging UP'BMl - A T&rf '?.' J' ( jdHHHaBHHHHHHHHBaBaHBHHBHHHHHBaHHBM N '". ' . " iMUST - - 3871-- y FACE THE MUSIC. 1 "Distant Pastures THERE 16 far-awa- f under the above title. It attracted widespread attention. It offered Sound financial advice to the" Post's two million or more subscribers. "Distant Pastures9 said the editorial, "often look, greenest, but that is only because we can not see them closely. It is a curious trait of human nature that there is things. more romance and glamour attached to "The heavy annual losses in worthless or doubtful stpcks would be reduced to a marked extent if the smaller investors would be taught to confine the bulk of their purchases to securities 'that are close enough at hand to perd investigation. mit of "It is not only safer to identify yourself with investments close enough to watch, but there is greater personal satisfaction." M More than 3,500 Louisville citizens have already followed our advice to "invest direct in properties they can see" namely the great, modern properties supplying the people of this city" with ever increasing quantities of electric and gas service. We intend to have 5,000 home investors in this company bg 1922. Will, you be one of them? y first-han, was an editorial in the Saturday Evening Post DOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN When makers of war aro included as actors the drama may become more pacific. "Wlhen war Is brought straight home to civilians, the high official as well as itlie humble citizen, when tihero is no more escape for the men at home than the soldier at the front, making war may become a much slower process than In the past. It la apparent now that future wars mill bo waged largely from the air and upon civilians in enemy territory and as a result all Including the war loras .tnomsoives wan become as much exposed as ithe common sol dier on the field of battle. Considerable information concerning war gases recently published has brougM speculation prominently before the public eye. An AmerAL. S. SMITH, PROP. ican paper writes of an invention on the point of perfection in the closing days of the war, then called the "mystery gas" and maw known as Lewisite and pronounced the most deadly of all This gag is claimed to bo so destructive that BOTH PHONES 810. the inhalation of the smallest volume will cause death and as It may be thrown .Into the air in several SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ways ithe possibilities of the (harm may no done are beyond imagthat ination. "With Lowlstye dropped from airM4"M r,H M I planes Into enemy towns and cities speculation Is well under way as to propbably how far "mystery gas" may influenco official war makers in maintaining peace.. When tho time comes that war makers and war ' lords will have to share in the dan1227 WEST MARKET STREET, gers along with tho soldiers, making war will become a more soriou3 ;: matter than up to the present. Catholic Bulletin. .wmmwvwwMWwwwvwwwtvwwwuHwwww J. J. BARRETT'S SONS!t FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JVXaiiia 822 Easit MMte86eweti jGRAN W. SMITH'S SON Funeral' Director and Embalmer STS, Street. VVtVVVtVg i' i (i ! i II H-ftt- l DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTi : : Funeral Directors and Embalmersi BOTH PHONBJS. jtiiiiiif ff nOSPITAL AREA AUCTION. j Louisville Gas . & Electric Company! i Incorporated in Kentucky. .311 West Chestnut Street. Years of Consistent Returns To Investors Eighty-tw- o G1TY MAIN Drs. Harrison and Strassburg , 2547 J10W.HtTTHUTT togu-viufct- 140 W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances i tlio Elimination of Pain. "231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phone City 4503 EGG NOODLES REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY ' Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Tho Louisville papers recently carried the announcement ot tho incorporation of tho Louisville Loose Leaf Tobacco Market the incorporators being J. C. Bright, of Loute- ville and Emlnnoo, Charles A. Speith, iLaban Phelps and others of Louisville. This company purchased the warehouses used by the army during Its occupancy of Camp Tay lor and propose to utilize these buildings as tho nucleus for what they claim will become ultimately the largest loose leaf maTkot in the country. The Kentucky D3lc Manufactur ing Company 'purchased tho building used by the army as a laundry and proposo at once to begin tho manufacture of office ' desks. These buildings are all served by railroad tracks and mark the passage of the military city and its conversion to an industrial suburb. The hospital area, which is in close proximity to those industries, mill be sold at auction by the Liouis- vllle Real Estate and Development Company, on Tuesday, Juno 21, Tho ninety acres of land have been subdivided Into small farms, and tho 100 .buildings which were used as quarters, offices, administration wards, kitchens and dining rooms Many farmers will all bo sold. throughout Kentucky and Indiana purchased these army buildings at and after the main camp sale wrecking thorn removed tho build ings by truck or railroad to their farms. These hospital buildings, it Is said, contain much dimension stock of high quality as well as a vast amount ot sheathing, flooring, boxing, codar posts and other building material. HAVING TIIEHl TROUBLE. Climb. Mala 2008.a ft M 1 1 Howe City 2998 II 11 M H i-- ttjr !. t D. and Embalmer L. DirectorBAX Funeral m. OHHBTNUT ' T17-- 7i LOUIS VI L.1.R4 JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee West 1 179. Ji 1S43. Cumberland PAINTS AND VARNISHES raraltiir, Diamond sad other ? ob1 Property at Kowoat Xatci la City PRESERVE AND BEAUTipT raer&s's pxovtdkxt Best Service Moderate Pries AsseoiATieir m OAW .M.,77My "'?J THE BLATZ QUALITY m Incorporated 319-32- COLEMAN BUILDING 8. H. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSOls SOS 5 SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLE, KY. CALL US TOB 8T. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED fetabiished 1820 STATIONEIta LoolsrUU. K Oil and Grease OFFIOB OUTFITTHBS PRENTKtU FOR ALL rURPOSHS Kentucky OoBSumcrs O.'l Corapaajr . . Keatucky Loulsrille AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING CC $1 .JJ Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and MACARONI Oldest Bank in the State. Phone City 4593 RALPH C. SHAW iertrmXonit National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. H. -- J. JANSEN'S DANCING ACADEMY 77SW Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights Home FhoHe, City Private Instructions by Appointment " FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing '442 BAXTER AVI., at UaderWli Root Painting a Speeisltj Highland 1887; Cttmb Bast 171S 54-5- CHIMNEY POINTING There is great trouble among our SPAGHETTI Episcopalian friends because 01 tno , conduct of tho pastor of their church in Norw&lk, Conn., who "insists upon celebrating noly communion every Sunday and mase bis dally." The vestrymen o church protested against the rev," erend gentlemian'a "form of but the Btehop of Mie dloceee Bishop Brewster informed ihem ECKERLE "DRUG COMPANY that in protecting they bad exceeded "the their authority, and added that great EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME rector ie in the van o a coun- FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, KY, movement sweeping over the catn- trv and is to be commended." Both Psoas ollcs wlil wonder, says the Catholic Herald, what the Blahop meant by sweeping NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. the "irreat movement he mean over tha the country." Does Incorporated the Bptecopallaus are going to urop the shadow for the substance, the and im.lta.tion ot Catholic Hervi BOARD' OF TRADE BUILDING 8 LOUISVILLE, XT. womhlp for the genuine religion it deplete? 3. B. Okligschlager, President A. 3. Oltligsehlager, Secretary SHOCK ABSORBERS 2d and PLUMBER GAS A. PBDBNNIS ENGELHARD & SPINS GENERAL OONTRAOTORS HOME PHONE, CITY 3529 c Fori Cammtf cUlCari. Service Station Liberty Mate S473 SEWHRAGE 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Phones City 5826; Main 1264 Home Phone, Shawnee 803 PITTING CO, Inc. KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City- 2713 Phones Berv-ice- HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING LIBERTY SHOE SHOP EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. FINE SHOE REPAIRING Work Called For and Delivered 2S27 WB6T MARKET STREET Shawnee 2702-- L Tin Roofs Repaired aad Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speecisdty 9011 WEST BROADWAY H. A. DOLL CONCRETE WORK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDBR 621-62- 3 BAXTER .AVENUB JOHN B. WATHEN rUXITURH MOVING AND FACKDNI Either Phone Both Phones 2466 r- - SHRINK TO MARTYR. awe " 19SI West U84 P. JB. Estimates Furnished HAWKINS . AUTO LAUNDRY PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL GADDIE & 704 are being considered for ACCESSORIES the erection, of a- shrine to the memory of the Rranclecao, Friar, Fray ROSENHAM Ptas Juan. Padilla, beHeved to have been LONG DMTANOi HAUMN9 REUTLINGER AGO. Adolph Reatliager REPAIRING FIxtHres Farafehed HIGHLAND i 414 SOUTH" EIGHTH STREET AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS HOME PHONE, CITY 7576 WORK DONE PROMPTLY 1862 BAST CALDWBLL STR1BT ., ' y - l j, i. K--m Gay Leber CbM. LEBER BROTHERS ' INTERIOR DIOOItATOH LQUIfVlU BUILDING .tA.. xowt fhonb, asm K MTtlOKY m now CRy, Kaa., Btehop Tdef, ot the Diocese announced We of Coneordfe. Co. DOLL approval otrthe projeet of perpetu" Incorporated ating the .memory bf t.he missionary. JOHN R100IUS' SONS PadiHa fat beNeved. to haVe returned KURRBX TDUMT PUT ON DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH! to CuivVra (now Kansas) following IIRVIO, PROMPTNESS AND by (fee ithe exposition, ebndueted A00URA0Y MAILS-FUL- L LINE O TOTS, NOVBLTIBg, ETC. Santsfc explorer, Fmwftieoo Vteequee BarAtewK Read aad Longest Ave. WB8T MAJWCBT STftJTOr CITY 8381 d OowHUbdo, t 1542, in mcah of Highland Bast 9188 like famous "wm eMtes." the first Christian nmrtyr in whtat PHARMACY No. 2 Is now the UnRed States. The Franciscan wa murdered by the IikH&ns BIGIITKBNTH AND MADISON STS. nearly four hundred, yswrs ago near LOUISVILLE, KY where Juaetlon OSTRADER & HARRIS rati nlty 16918 INSURANOI TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATH GLASS 128 SOUTH THIRD 8TRBBT HOSPITAL Brokn Polls Repaired stand. he Ernest Oatty Drug Res., Shawnee 188 iHoorporated J-- L Suiiivain Transfer; "UARIDB PABTDaft C. S, GBNBRAL TRANSPORTATION. TRUCKS FOR PICNIC Ayf lit il Hal WBST MAW STJtaWt -- MTsf&fM r t''jO, m ljt'-- . ---.- i Vi'rl ,& 4 . - HJt ii.- - i v... ttSsx 'J&. Bringing, Up " (sjiue vP yR - 1 ' B' f I s i-- i. KNEQtsY CONsrettviNff f A "Ta Youa. EAW-- 7 anp yoo i YooSf ) (And 1 y .rs ABlI.VDlD. ""p VVY , AHMMMMMMMMf ASK ' ViMiyyAMt .. Your Grtfeer and Restaurant Man Camp Taylor Hospital Area Consisting of lOO Buildings and Their Equipment and 90 Acres of Choice FertileLand Will Be Sold FOR Ge-Bot- ts' Original AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION Beginning Tuesday, June 21, And Continuing Daily, Until Land, Buildings and Equipment Are Sold KREAM FRYDCAKES Louisville Cream Fried Cake Co. INCORPORATED The eqipment in these buildings was the best obtainable and competent judges say that the lumber that went into the construction of the I buildings in the Hospital Area was by far the best quality of material used in any part of the Cantonment. Home Phone, City 809 KMPHTS' COSTLY HISTORY. J. 23C SOUTH FOURTH B. STRAUSS MAKERS OP & CO. STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. COAL REDUCEDMAY J t DELIVERIES Wlltoa JcUIco Lump $8.25 ..$8.25 Harlan Lump . Hazard Lump $8.25 per ton les3 than above 85 costs eled off. .. $8.25 West Virginia .Lump ............. $7.00 Tnylorf Lump ...$7.00 West Kentucky Lump prices If coal Is dumped not shov- Byrne & Speed Coal Corporation ZNOORFORA.TRO 315 Guthrie. Street. , BUY NOW Both Phone 315. , WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. 42& South JJpnrtli Strce Fourth Floor 1 i.V The Goose on "Wrapper Is Assurance 1 bat Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes Are the Original. Manufactured By U a MAGIC SOAP OOMPA3STY 1801 Story Ayomie. INCORPORATED Louisville. Ky. STEHLIN'S BAKERY PRESTON AND BURNETT Ilotk Ehones The costliest book of history, with the largest- number of col: laborators and destined .to havo tho widest circulation of any history text book, has been undertaken by At the tho Knights of Columbus. flrBt historical convention of tho K. of C just concluded In Chicago, It was decided' to prepare, regardless of cost, what will probably be the first complete history of the United States from colonial times to the present, free from propaganda or "personal tinterpretatl.on" of any kind. Joihn H. Reddln, Supreme Master of the Fourth Degree membership of the K. of C, under whose auspices the now work wdll bo done, is now surveying the country to eeloct famous authorities on American history to serve on a national K. of C. historical commission to prepare a' cycle of twemty-fou- r pamphlets dealing with critical phases of American history, wMch pamphlets will later bo gatlhered Into a book with an ample bibliography appended, "Men of diverse racial extraction and religious denominations will be1 selected for this important work," Mr, Reddin states. "No miatter What the cost, and my estimate to that in time end labor and matrials our plan will run into an expenditure of from $500,000 to $1,000,000, the best historical braftis Of the country. The experience of the Knights of Oolumbus throughout tho country Is that most text books of American liistory err In Important facts or contain unwarranted propaganda. Our aim is to give the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and we shall distribute those historical pamphlets in millions .to all schools, colleges, legislatures and - Plumbing Equipment The plumbing fixtures are of the belt quality obtainable. There are many porcelain slop sinks, porcelain surgical sinks, porcelain toilets and porcelain urinals, as well as numerous toilets with white enamel tanks of the low reservoir type, and-bnttubs, all complete with the latest fittings. Heating Equipment ..There will be sold four 150 H. P. Henry Vogt Tubular Boilers, complete with all setting and covering brick, with stacks, breeching headers, full flush front, trimmings, etc. There is approximately 120,000 feet of 3c radiation, with improved valves, traps and return system underground. 38-inc- h THE BUILDINGS The buildings are of various sizes, ranging from those a few feet square to large double wards 98x157, and single wards 24x157. v The pipe connecting the various and wards is all inclosed with hair felts, air cell and heavy waterproof paper and is in the best possible condition. There are h about 20,000 feet of and uncovered pipe. (A chart showing the units in which this radiation will ; tbe sold, .will be mailed upon application.) 2V&-inc- '. of excellent material. ' dimension The joists and . rafters contain many high-clas- s timbers. Practically all of the buildings are supported on long cedar posts, The long corridors connecting the various hospital, wards are all inclosed with glass and the expense of wrecking these buildings is comparatively. sma'll and the percentage of mafe-rithat can be salvaged ishigh. nl These buildings are constructed THE LAND .The land on which the buildings stand has been subdi. vided into small farms, ranging in size from, three to eleven .acres. These tracts are just a few feet from tho Preston Street car lino and run along Durrett's Lane to tho street car loop, near the new location, of the Kentucky Desk Company's "factory. This soil is highly productive and will give hand-pom- e returns to tho farmer or truck gardener who buys it. With the splendid asphalt roads leading directly to the city markets his expense for hauling will be very sinuli and his profits correspondingly large. The Government at a largo expense improved this land with water mains and sower and these conveniences go with , the property. Tho land will bo, sold dow;n, if desired, and the balance. in ,one' and two years; title insurpnea pdlicj' free, ' ' to each purchaser. one-four- th ,s- This Will Be the Last Opportunity toSecuee Camp Taylor Lumber and Equipment at Your Own Price, You have heard of tho bargains that wore purchased at the sale of the main, camp.last month. .This is your lastucha'nce to secure a bargain for yourself. JUSTICE WHITE STATUE. Justice. Edward Douglas WlAbe as one of Ms UluetrJous sons by placing a statue of Wm In Statuary HalK in the Capitol at Washington. Senator Ranedell approves the' proposal", and it doubtless wHU be for mally submitted to the State (Legislature when it convenes for the next session. May 9, 1922. IraW-ao- a has never availed herself of the privilege of placing- statues of any of her statesmen, heroes or other benefactors in the national hall of fame. Under the law each state sa entitled to be represented by the statues of two persons "wiho have been citisens thereof and UAnetrSoue tor their ihiaierie renown, or from distinguished oivie or miMtary service." The. death of OMef Juetjce - STEIN'S Lowest Price Market the in Public sentiment m Louteianai fa Both Phones vors ,uio Honoring oc .tne loco umi REMEMBER THEDATE, TUESDA Y, JUNE 21, 10 A.M. vti-- - City . S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY AH Kiadi ef Billiard Room Supplies- - Chalk, Tips, Cues, Cloth, Balls, Cushions. 1 3 South Fifth Street 'Both Phenes, 9676 ' 1 i o. o. i sE&Erorois: w & co. And Plan to Take Advantage of these Unparalleled t3 Bargains in Buildings and Small Farms. Louisville M3m Real . Estate and Development Co. Stark Building. Sales Agents War Department, U. S. A. 191S while on. the flrlngf1 Une3 with" the dtvlfloln. Tho crose 4a soUd .wttli a coat ot arm3, of Aba Rev. Francis A, Kelley, aesfittant. pMor a-- t St. Mary's Church at State of. Now York to the center, Qleas TsMe, has been presented with Buspendod by a ribbon Whose-- center a eonapteuouB eeryloe croea by the la red, whtte andi . New York State LeoMature. jRev. BISHOP, BOYliE. Fatbfor KeUey wae former aaaktant paeW t St. Mary's ofcurch ot Troy, and, iww former Fighting Chaplaie T.he coneeenatoin ot, IUgk Ear.' IMvferioa Hsgfh 3oyie m Btehop ot the Tweaty-Seveatot JWe-bttri- i. ht wiM take .pbwe la., the Cata.', Mm World War. The epotw Ipraeeiianil. for four cktattooa ree4rd Arat t ,Pitmgh oa Ju 29, the' tember and Qateher ta 'rf S4e. PMar aad .Paul, f 4HatT i. CirAWiALV IfOXOItED. or bl-neh. du-r-ta- raegae When .you have bottles to sell see have a large toek of all kind. BOTTLES u. 6SH-69- i I., When you want, to buy, bottles we IxuvMauiafl for permanent pubHc reoognJtSonv TIBCEIVIJD pIPLOMASr result! In the subject and tt the seieclkm ot White. 4ww revived, the dicttoa seems eertahi wo- - D. C. CLARK, President. to the tortan. of F. W AliWJSS & SON 8 Febr Avenue OTTO J. OITE'R BUILDIR AND WHIILWMGHT ,B0DIM A IPBOIALTT CA " R31MIltDfa VA&UTT WOODWORK ' BOMS KfCVM, OtZX MS EAST IWB890K M ODY A1TO THUGTC " ad The Ujreultae Academy commencement exercises were held Thursday iwalng L $U Mwtfn's Han. Shelby Gray. .when, twwiy-elrb- t pupate received. mpKHnfes and .honors. Rev. Hatter, Dwonwde ana auw uwrvywd tH adarM Haw Beidar spoto en "Awfirfea's ,te Oattelieltjr'. Mm. AWN DeJ IMm' wm Ui, saiMiiitot, sad, Carolyn Hayden the valedlc- - Crone, Irene Gfmple, Agnes Lander, Those reeoivlBg Upkms Aaoes Seng, Valarie Yesolles and were Misses Carolyn Hayden, Agnes Itosslee Wlggtne. Mastner, BJeaoer Reider, Oeoevieve uauer, xKMns, uuwtagerr jBWMeetn SOMB PART. Deatltoger, Thareea JVkrina, Miary,, Gretobaum: Bkle Krebs: MaroeHa' Teacher tMa yor fattier- take Koerog, Kathleeo. Hemaa, any part in the. late great war, Bob-blMaroelta, BHsabeth JUtwert, Aentlda. 8cbenkeifie)ir, , Catherine Bebbie 1 just guess .he, did. Sofcwtr,Mftrart fcheaaeer. Lwsoa "Whet did he do?" mme. h 8BUltv ftUroeU "Htape4 tfee, baae 4cm M the Wm)c, OUmUmUi IMriefe. Doethy towa haad.wtei Ue,,heo..aMa4 wip, aetfc I: aW, waSajn,'' Mar-Irar- ct T. KEIiLEY i ' t i i Jl" .Vi3 ' s I". - JytiMMM u -. C tT? i'v.i; SjST, .. V , T?flt. ' '.. "W.4 "'PJT'3,'' fs K J- - -- " " " JKEOCXrOBTV . IKtlKL -- AjVdC3BSaiOA.(. -- ' WALNUT K!eeK la--u "ASSORTED NUTS1 1 0- ASK FOR West End Sheet Metal Works Itoof Pnlniinj,' nnd Chimney Pointing a Specialty. Spouting nuil Guttering:. Phono Shiuvnco 1420-- L 301O West Market Street T. E. WELSU, JHANAGEK. IBPfcv mSrWKJ 1 a ' (HA1 Vand MENS FURNISHINGS --- "W 1 THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. Kwe aw. -t HONC OP TM rule :PAKce& VI 3408 f" W.MARKET ST.$5 i seen u LOOK sn wm a caiwh pee. dip-- - ooise EWING'S DAIRY TINNERS weM,' i m sssssaeasass FLOORHTG PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SHINGLES LATHES GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS T Safe. Borne Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 35 80-- - Clay and Fulton Streets. High Qrndo Conl at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 448; Main K1G8 , NEW O. T. COAL YARD GOAL S. CO. II ycjft"o7go y "'win Brsoklaxlajrs Srasek. Turd and Ktrltob, to 430 S. FINE CANDIES er . - CHAS. J. MERIWETHER i Candy Pullingsand Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawnee 2347 Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers In TH DESIGNER AND BUILDER DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting 'City 9196 by the fitting ofdefects of Eyesight proper glasses. 'ARTISTIC HOMES 308 STARKS BUILDING Main 345 TELEPHONES siecc . SlHP BA4.C - V Fi.- - &es- sovr& uti4t(ier -- 4o no .A WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1126-113- FALLS CITY HALL J3LDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. Because wo secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there are patterns and Jcinds suitable for every room, from your Igitehen to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooPapers v FROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers m WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SWINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. Third Floor Senator David I. Walsh, of Massachusetts, was tho principal speaker COR. FOURTH AND at Notre Dame'e seveaty-evemtGALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS WALNUT STREETS commencement on Monday, when REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS ninety-tw- o TIN, SLATE ANP TILE ROOFING students reecived their Home Phone, City 1180 degrees. CITY 1705 CATHERINE ST. 642 EAST ST. HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT SHOW SOLDELRS' WORK. Incorporated 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS SUITE 315 STARKS BLDG. K NOTRE DAME. CORNS,BUNIONS iBirawkj td Abntrmil l Halls 804 SriotfflciIIy TriaM EAST JIAIiKET STREET R. KORB "WM. & SON ABOVE CO. SHELBY 5Sv Dr. mimmmtp Stark. BnUain, Batk Phosei Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone i022 Uriah Z. Litsey Cliiroysdlai 50? H. C. LARSEN Successor to ROOFING,. ROOF F. SHABER WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Made Let Mc Figure On Your New Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls Homc-j-Altcrnti- ons -- All Style St. An exposition of the work done lr tost boys aa sanoatlos tint will prepare thtm for lift in hospitals by disabled war veter - PAINTING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING AND ' GENERAL JOB WORK TOO South Twelfth Street, Between Hrondwny nnd Maple HOME PHONE, CITY 2614 LOUISVILLE, KY. HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK Xavier's College :i , CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 SODA FOUNTAINS BILT-RITE Scientific and Classical. Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Largs Swimming; Pool, well Equipped Gym nasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. , 113 W. Broadway, omlsvlUe, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverl&n Brothers. ans wild be held- in San. Francisco tho first week in August, 4n connection with the thirty-nint- h Inter national convention, of the Knights 01 Columbus. H.BOSSE&SON A. L. GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ST. BONIFACE CHURCH. i St. Boniface ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PnONE, CITY 0574 IOELKSS Two carloads of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. prices aro lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS Our KY. Ohas. B. Xrapp K. A. Xxapp Home Pbone, City 7005 JOHN OGLE COMPANY HERE IT IS AT LAST! KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BEEV, POKE, VBAI. AJTD All nads of Smoked Keats 01 BA8T JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE, church, Fehr avenue, last Sunday Tho services Included afternoon- solemn vespers, confirmation, benediction and Te Doum. CATHOLIC GROWTH. confirmation. Tho Right Rev. Denis O'Donag-hu- e administered tho sacrameirt of at OOO 135. BRO.AJDVVA SUPPLIES ONLY) ASK YOUR GROCER BOTT'S ORIGDTAL UNDERTAKERS CASKETS AND RTREAM LOUISVILLE FRYDKAKES , SECOND-HAND (WHOLESALE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated NATIONAL CASKET CO. HEADQUARTERS Whether It Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of SNOW CLAD FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor Incorporated In 1S00 the United States had 40.000 Catholics, one Bishop and Eleventh nnd Magazine Streets fifty priests. Today we have two UPHOLSTERING, , Cardinals, thirteen ATChbishops, City 4597 South 847-OARL STOLL, olKhty-eigBishops, 10,000 priests t Window Shades, Curtain Hangers, and a grand total or 23,000,000 Job Work; Promptly Attended To City 1479 ' Catholics. Cleaning Oil Shades. W ht FOR NEW AND iijjji SLIGHTLY WORN MEN'S AND LADD3S' SHOES AND CLOTHING AT THE LOWEST PRICES Incorporated GOING PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS IF SO CALL 3104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated MATTHEW HAMMON PARK 262 RESIDENCE, 1051 EAST .MARKET PARK 500 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY and Works 210 E. St. Catherine. Phono 0301 Omce1 t LEO H. WEBER Designer and Builder of RALPH DAVIS COR. TRESTOX AND WALNUT CITY 8230 WE BUY AND SELL CATHOLIC EDUCATORS. PHONES BOB HAWES FOR AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE INTERURBAN Fire and Automobile Insurance City 3728 Main 1429 -- 317 West Liberty Naxt To' Interurban Prompt and Efficient Service 309 STARKS BUILDING Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE eeeekS' flpp Station South Louisville Bank Fourth nnd Central Avenni "Yon Will Do Better FRED ERHART c ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. at Spurrier's" FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- CATESSEN FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES SPURRD3R GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH Corner Fourth and Jefferson 105 Many important matters relative B. & CO. Cheerfully to Catholic education In the United Plans and Estimates Furnished discussed at the an States will be nual convention of the Catholic Ed 1215 SOUTH PRESTON STREET OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDENG ucatlonal Association, w.hlch will be held in Cincinnati June 27 to 30. L Parkway 136-F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. PHONES Cumb., South J 15-- J . "Wo Use the Golden Rule" COLONEL A FIGHTER, 1000 LYNNHURST AVENUE FOR 913 WEST MARKET STREET ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT City 4782 Col. Timothy J. Moynahan, of the New York INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER UnfriW "Fighting Sixty-ninth- " regiment, has been appointed NaINSTALLATIONS, RESmENCE MORE R. A. PIPEL13SS tional Executive Chairman of tho WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS is used in the construction of United American War Veterans. Col. DRUGS AND REPAIRS t your homo than any other maMoynahan, who served throughout t t Prescriptions Our Specialty terial. We furnish tho best lumLh,:LarLn, "i K;Lnt,h' w.ilX Home Phone, Parkway 50 FURNACE ber at reasonable prices. "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" 9235-- J Cumb. Phone, South SAVKS FUKL. ' ordinary heroism under fire." He is PHONES: US ; You can solve tho problem of also an olacer or the famous Rain' Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 high-price- d OUR BEST SALESMAN IS fuel by Installing Veterans Association. Col .( Home, City 1881 and 1882 bow Moynahan was ono of the founders tho patented CaloriC Plpeless GOOD SERVICE FOURTH AND IDXL STREETS PRESCRD?TION DRUGGIST of the Friends of Irish Freedom. Records everywhere t Furnace. show that the CalorIC saves B. TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. LD3ERTY AND PEOPLE. one-thito one-ha- lf the fuel COMPAJSTtT TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS t this is in addition to heat- TWELFTH AND OLDnAM "What does the liberty of a peo ing the entire homo more t MW tw pie consist in? It consists in the uniformly thoroughly and CITY 2750 SOUTH 2750 right and power to make laws for t than any other way. The ithay jeAsao fon e t CalorIC is . - dot hot its own government, were an Inoriginal plpethe HCactht J dividual to make laws for-- another rtr4C?Af2.T less furnace, and has features 9"c cbuntry, that person Is a despot and t that can not be had in any When one the people are slaves. t other pipeless heating system. country makes laws for another t We'll sell you a CalorIC c country, the country which makes PORK PACKER under a rigid Moncy-Bac- lr the laws Is absolutely the sovereign t of Guarantee country, and the country .for which '( satiswarmth and Boiled Hams the laws are made is in a state of c faction. slavery." Thus wrote Blackstono. FISHING? MODERN HOMES' J. JOHNSON SONS BUILDERS MINNOWS' Fihe's Pharmacy : LUMBER CALORIC rd FRED WARNS, JR. SEE WILL MILLER ASSORTED NUTS Qti C PHONES: ASSORTED - h HENRY FISCHER a Specialty Vi V mk t ( Home Shaw. Cumb. West 295 Shawnee 1817 BROADWAY Phones West 858 & SIMON P0NTRICH d Greenwood, c 'Jf V BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- "" BBEEffln HflEEEvf J e?c' aw r I rjVi j - WFi3sai5a C E5 1 CENTRAL SOCIETY. t c BOMAR-SUMME- RS Tho Catholic Central Society will hold its annual convention 1n St. 7-- t c HARDWARE COMPANY INCORPORATED 31C-31- 3(5 i?,EE,' r TTte IM,C1 jauip (j H h SPALDING SHOE CO. Out of the High Rent District . EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock SHE POOLKY FOR MONEY. pociety will be devoted to problems Involving the collating ana dissemination of data and articles based on Catholic principles pertaining to economic and sociological questions of Peter Auditorium In Fort Wayne August The sessions of the -- t 7 "West Jcfferso. st. L i PROGRESSIVE WORK FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE Wo ncnrtlly Recommend tho Progress Laundry Co, BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing I VaTTo N ' ''" Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner CASH COAL CO. . HS 2d and Watet gj taks MHo Fcx.cJS DOCTOR'S ADWCG AND wp Hop.se BACK fettoJ convention headquarters. to the annonucement sent out from BISHOP O'LEARY. particular import today, according 'j The Radius Jewelry 408 Shop Loans ts those having regular In somes or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeeper a their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, 1, Courier-Journ- al ,.9eM) West Xy., olaa loiap..... Big Clean Nnt, no slock $.00 Kich, larapy xnlme xna ,.....$55 Per Toa Delivered Anywhere V Hani Zt, 815 ir Closer 71rarea on Per Ton Z,ess Big; Orders HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, Beem 410 GLOBE B. Bullalns Fourth Street. LOA CW CILVS. P. GALAS, SECURITY Isaorpor-ts-d. Lazar, Manager Mosey Advanced on Your Plata R18 West JeaTerson Sttv (Second Floor Eona Phone City 2967 A. "f Ladles' Hate A Specialty. City 1308. 210 S. Third Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits Hats Pressed and Dry Cleaned. fitAMBLY 411 BROS. SHOE STOBS6 Kinds et T'ootweor Tor too YliCie Family Two HAMDLY'8 JOHN ASSENT' PIANO TUNER tws Bhaw. 17U Mtk itKfa aad a--4 Maga-t-e PortUad. 100 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Cumb., Main 499 Home, City 4990 Home Phone, City SJ98 Dmling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL EB THIRD APPRECIATED A SOUTHERN PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 PALACE GLEANERS & DYIXS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEAItlNa APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANH, Manager 8. W. Cor. Third asd WalBHt Sto. Home Fkoiie, City 3147 Ht Ohio 9Uk Qmmrmte& Eff8 iU SOUTH PEE8TOK WTKmtt pzs8t0n fish and Poultry store a Wh)ae wad BeteU nH, OYSTBJW, GAME AND foultry' Perfeeto EBeva Cigar Sohroer's Smolcrs (UNION "MADE) Hana Phone, OUy 941 SCHHOER BROS. Mnfaorrtt; t JTOfE OKUEf i4i 4r jwvsMofr arsaar - Ely were Catholics Massachusotte much pleased when the news was received last week that the Holy CflUELTY OF ENGLAND. Father had appointed, R1ghl Rev. Magr. Thomas M. O'Leary to suc Rev. Father Lewis, Capuchin ceed the late Bishop Beaven as monk of Cork," companion of Father Bishop of Sprlngfleld. WHY NOT? Dominic, spiritual adviser of the late Mayor MacSwIney of that city, has CHURCH GROWTH. Why not take seriously tho Bibbeen in Rome to solicit the interThe growth of the Catholic lical .injunction, tako no heed of vention of the Holy See in behalf of Father Domjnlc who was" condemned Church In th'fl country Js evidenced the morrow? Discontent makes .of to prison because he had in his pos In tho fact that for every day last us what is commonly called in session a private letter and a note year two new priests, wore ordained, these days a grouch. Why not, inbook In which he lad written his' and one new church built. stead of everlastingly finding fault of the last wishes of, while there were foilr new parish with everything, put our trust in MacSwIney. Father Lewis reported schools opened every week. the Heavenly Father, who doeth all that Father Dominie Is subjected to things for the best? If wo And it ENGLAND TO AMERICA. governing common crimthe rules difficult to get along, If our affairs inals, is clothed in convict garb, and aro not Just what we would havo "Chastise the Americans into sub- them, rest assured the condition Is Is allowed "to say mas3 on only two mission!" was tho flat that Went out for our welfare. God moves in a Sundays in the month. from the British Cabinet toward the mysterious way. His ways aro not close of 1812. Losslug's History of our ways. Wo must 'have faith. FRIENDSHIP, f .Our Country, "We wH,& make, tho price of your You wjll like tho following deflni WHAT LINCOLN SAU. ' freedom so terrible you will not pay tions of friendship: "Friendship is to be valued for It!" The English Cahlnet'6 fiat to "England Is perpetrating a very what there Is In It, not for w,hat can Ireland In 1920. atrocious Injustlco against poor Irebo gotten out of it. When two peo-- i ; 7 land. The pride of little England WORLD IS WEARY, plo appreciate, each other because : must be .reduced tp its legitimate -. found tho other conven - l each has proportions, tt must be restrained The world 1c weary of war; It to haye around, they are not lent contained within its right limits, frlqnds; they are simply acquaint- - looking for a means o disarmament, and ethaographlcally speaking. In prinwUH h business understand- - Just now its nerves are or edR and, ciple we anoea must not admit the vora- ing. To seek friendship for Us H ie aet 4v4ble for FreeMente or nHAnln .A .1.1 ...f.lIlM or any other men in .power utility is as futile a to seek the Premiers detriment of another. True freedom to be YattHng the saber. end of the rainbow for a bag of wlll never exist If It does not recogjsold. A true fr!ond Is always nse- nise for all people their legitimate' OLD MAU AGE. fuliri its highest sense." Independence, What right has Eng-- , "Brerv man should keen a. fair- The aze of the "old maid" Is mov- - land to appropriate to herself Gib sized cemetery In which to bury the, Ing farther' away from, the pole of falter and MaKa.7 Is not such an ner bis irieuus." appropriation a. Justification ,fauna of friends visit. h In vrnuukr- - 'lathered bvAccarainj; 10 sts,utue, unjust right, of the pirate and Comas, the Mirth "Trn ity when. Invitee!, but in advenrfty average ge at whtah women are of the Is it nof Implicitly (admitted r now- jw weaiy-eix- , mar-f- ist tney eome wkjhmu mvjiauoa." by this faet that every people may "O'uc friend see the beat lSj.Be rUfeMuliy fail to request somebody very feet esJK forth the PAY. OUR ARq , aod by the else's nroperty? Is it not here sane- best tn uib" ,1 . The. Aseerliuui army. oW constat Lttoaed that property is a robbery In --- , opr sowers re. WW of it is ds aoc w ur m spite 9f ii Mt.?7 a month and sailors Jawt or public oraex !? best of your heel frletwU." M $Sv now in forcej" Afjruneifl Lincoln. Mean-recollecti. -- RlPINd 32 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. L. P. Blackburn C. imssaamsKSS! , E. Davis To HcIpTou With Your Cleaning Phone Us Now. BLACKBURN & DAVIS PLUMBING AND HEATING 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY East 572 Highland 72 Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- 5 WEST MAIN ST. City 13fl Mnln 412-- W FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRD?S Some Pbone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER AVENUE LOUISVILLE - - - . KENTUCKY Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND 1800 WEST MARKET STREET 122-- J Retudeaee Phone-r-Sbawn-ee GAS DECORATORS WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER FITTING AND SEWERAGE BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb. 8. Home Phono, Shawnee 899 14 J ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBIrfG 1 -- JOHN F. WILL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTOR Tr ( Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET. Phone City 6703 Mart Salts, Prss. 9. 9. 7eeks. Sse. s4 t Reinforced Concrete, Wreaking, Excavating nnd Granitoid Week 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY rob-Wr- ?' L. ORAUMAN A CO. Is.eerpors.ted - C. A. KOERNER 9, CO. - uas-rf- iter KHu nztftfse, 0wk Xf-lsssssw ese, oeKws. SkslTseer, ate. Ail srtAa at nt, GENERAL CONTRACTOR' OFFICE AND YARD: IFLOYD i AND BURNETT 8TJUN0M LOUISVILLE. KY.. l M, MiXM urxmut 1111 K ? ii .f i. tvt Ojfe ii V V . M3EDJ5C0T-OOcT JUHCX'JBt is by A&UDXhjbl&l ENGLISH J ni. i. - - 7 $ PHONE 2635 For Best Service and Quality of WorR in the City Men's 11M.1 jf UNANDDITY IN ELECTIONS. jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA cRUErrr. and f statute called "Southern Ireland" i are. cMetimgulshed by many remark-j-- J able features. In the first place, $ the House of Commons just elected will not function at all, nronortlon ot the Bereona elected are also members of the Britten Parliament, In (the latter they have refused to sit. They are now mem- bers ot two Parliaments in neither of which are they prepared ito par- ticlpate. "Southern Ireland" embraces- - m of Ireland. area exactly mu- 11 ejects JLio uusiuuwre. iiuu gl candidate came forward to: op-- .! pose, the Skin. Fein or Republican party. Trinity College, Dublin, re turned four membors, who though not Republicans are not supporters There are therefore, of partition. 124 Republicans out ot 128 memSuch unanimity has never bers. before been, exhibited in the life of Ireland. One of the Protestant boasts is that Ulster is homogenous In race and religion. "Southern Ireland" three Ulster counties. Includes returned These three counties twelve Republicans and Catholics, no Partitointet and no Protestant, There are Toughly 3,000,000 Cathcounties and olics in .the twenty-si- x "With the 337,00d Protestants. negligible exception ot the four members for Trinity College tho whole .representation is hold by by ProtestCatholics, reinforced ants who are in sympathy with their political views. five-sixt- The elections for what STEAMER AMERICA ltKN .. Moonlight Trips. j ; Mn's .a Waists Plain skirts Pleated skirts Evening and fancy dresses ...A Cotton dresses r. suits suits Men's light weight overcoats Men's medium weight overcoats Wool and silk dresses two-piec- e $150 ! . rhree-niec- e p.w ' "j , -- $2.00 to 2.25 2.50 to 6.W " jmj to i .; t.w 1,0 ; : . : ' Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks ll.:. M.l.rtnl 2Ke Extra '. ""-"- ,...qi.w up PULS.DRY CLEANING COMPANY AVrn2,0? :; the killing ot Sergt. Wallace ot thB British forces In an atcic that oc- curred at Knocklong mora than J two years ago. Neither of the I In knowledge Us uKlitft. j'tark or had anyAlthough theyof pin- Jtmg planned. ' ,"fl'-'Ifcelr Innocenco to the m J AMn Jtfi''y cicd bravely, orreriag up t,.e'r young lives for tho cause of Irish Independence. Foley and Maher arrested several n excursion season Ot woreattack at Knockllu,months after on May 13, For J the in 1D19, and 1921 has a few more J one other which Sergt. Wallace lives'. Britisher lost their dates still open. Better J Their arrests followed a fruitless for the secure dates now before search by who British military Irish 5 Composed the men 5 the all are taken. Apply at Republican attacking forces They S Wharf boat, Third and J had Been confined to prison, since $ , I Maher, two young Irishmen from Limerick,! were hanged In Mount-Jo- y prison, Dublin, on Junj 7 for Edward Foley Patrick HERMAN STRAUS ivwiinHmn minyiinfa SONS HHWCI 5IWEI r (4 We Qlve and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. BOYS' SUITS! $10 ; i j HARRY B. DRIVER IPROPRIETORS 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. SON :S luvva Phones Main or City 141. C. C. FULLER, )i a court martial on several occa-j- e t Superintendent AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAr Coffee Prices Lower AVe .saaawwwwKX' BASEBALL LOUISVILLE vs. Hnb' "' LsaaaH Phone mass at St. The 7 o'clock Frances or Rome church was tho Bcene of a beautiful and impressive service, last Sunday morning when one of the largest classes of chil212 WKSO? MARKET STREET. dren to make their first holy comEstablished 1888 munion there approached the holy Both Phones 1323 BrnaH table. About twenty-fiv- e boys and girls, dressed In. white, HOT BATHS marched solemnly to the altar, ELECTRIC LIGHTS whore Rev. Father John Riley, administered to them the Blessed Sacrament. In the evening, with the adults', the children were conand Furnished Rooms Furnished For Housekeeping firmed by the Right Rev. Bishop QIC West Chestnut O'Dooaghue. City 4240 This means onlr another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is thebest Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. three pounds for offer ozcellcnt Coffee, ORg QUI- - ST. FRANCES OF ROfUE. TOLEDO Today and Double Header Tomorrow. either Foley or Maher and they alibis. had established perfect However, early 4a June both were again brought before a court martial and the foregone conclusion was that they would be found guilty on drummed ' up evidence which the British had Anally secured. -- Tho verdict of guilty was returned, as expected, and tho two youths were sentenced to be hanged. They were not given the usual two weeks' time to prepare', but within a few days after their conviction they were sent to the, scaffold. LOUISVILLE ROY ORDAINED. Crown asked for postponement because there was no evidence against, We are offering you these Suits it at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department: These Suits are made of good woolen mate ijterials, splendidly tailored and fin-- ; ;; ished, THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW ; ; i II JOHN M. MULLOY Rev. Richard Ramsteln, who fine Game caJM aV 3:30 o'clock. Ram4 stats Ished his theological studies at tho now American College In Rome, was orh sale it BtMfciMjsr's. dained at the college last Sunday, and will shortly leave for America. THE VERY BEST In .religion he will bo known ns $10 i WATERS APARTMENTS EPPING'S SOFT. DRINKS of the Order ot Minor Conventuals. It is hoped that Father Matthew will sing his first solemn high mass at St. Anthony's church, Twenty-thir- d Father Matthew, being a member The Crystal Optical Co. SWISS CLEANING OF- - LEAVES FOR COAST. MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 1NOOWOSU.TK Office 017 Sonth Fetirth. Next Tuesday George Ruf will go to Pasadena, Cal., ito run in the championships, national amateur which will be held at the (Los Angeles suburb on July 4. Sending the best local runner to the title games is only a characteristic bit ot nntftmrise bv Trinity Council, Y. M. I. -- That Rut is now at his best and has a splendid chance to annex new laurels in the west is a certainty. ELECETIOX Y. M. OP 'DELEGATES. Plant 909 South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAY-V0- N Monday evening Mackln Council, I., will elect delegates to tho Grand, Council convention of the Y. M. I. which will be held August Haute, 'Ind. Mem15, at Terr ALLMEN XKOOHFOKAVaO. bers who have atended 50 per cent, the meetings are eligible for nomination as delegates. Trinity Council will 'hold its election on Monday, June 27. of SACRED HEART CHURCH. Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK "ASK YOUR GROCERS." LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Sacred Heart church, Seventeenth and Broadway, was the scene of a most beautlfu'l and edifying sighte last Sunday morning, when twenty-onboys and twenty girls, who had been carefully trained under the tutelage ot Father Walsh and the Sisters of Nazareth, approached the holy table and recelwdtheii' the from first holy communion g hands of their beloved pastor, the solemn ihigh ma8 t 730 Monday morning at this o'clock. church Bishop O'Donaghuo will administer the sacrament of confirmation, at high mass at 9 o'clock. dUT-taa-- children and Pastor, parents morning Sunday were Jubilant children reeclved when ninety-fiv- e Beading Braiding We do not closo during tho summer months. One may enroll any their first holy communion from Beaked Bags Repaired tho hands ot Rev. Father, A. . J time, an Me give both Individual and class Instruction, Penmanship, ShortRoth Day and Night clos.se in pastor, at St. Vincent Russell Service Shoppe Thome, the do Paul's church, Shelby and Oak. hand, Typewriting and kindred subjects. The patrons and friends ot this pupcr will do well to look Into the Father Thome celebrated the sol 3o7-- 8 Boston Building emn high mass ana preacneux a merits of this school. Ask a imrnher of business men who have employed sermon that impressed the children j 0m. grnduutes they know. For superior merits of system, quality oft Xelllo ltusscll, Manager. and their parents. At 2:30 in the instruction and economy of cost you can not equal it. Sco us and we can afternoon these boys and girls wero tcji J0U wiy. NAZARETH COLLEGE enrolled In the Blessed Virgin's Sodality, the Sacred Heart iLeaguo THE CREAQER BUSINESS SCHOOL Is open to all High School Grad- and the Confraternity 01 me uos SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE LOUISVILLE, KT. uates deslrlug to pursure a course ry. of higher education. Courses leadMEMORIAL TO CILVPLAltf. ing to ba'chelor of arts and banhn. lor of Beienco degrees are planned During the second national conaccording to the best standards ot the National Rainbow our American Educational System, vention otAssociation, A select boarding and day hchool for Rlr.ls comprising academic, to be held in Veterans' SISTER. DULA, Dean tniVnt filnvftland. a,' memorial tab- - Uropnratpry and business departments. Special attention given rto art, 851 South Fourth Street Affiliated with the Catholic University, and let will be unveiled In St. John's music, elocution C. language. to Accredited the JCentucky State University. "Fot1 Louisville, Ky. Cathedral to the memory of Rev. Washington, D. James Hanley, deceased chaplain of information apply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, tho lGRth Infantry, Kamoow xm-- sus UHKKOKEK DRIVE. New ers vision, tho old Father Hanley York Regiment. Book-keeping, Hemstitching BattoMs Plcatinri 611 S. Fourth 741 E. Chistnut 512 W. Walnut and Market, this city, of which congregation he was a mem- MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES ber before Joining the Franciscan starting his studies, order and Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. DE PAUL'S. ST. VINCnNT SUMMER SCHOOL Boarding and Day School For Girls. -- ASSORTED NUTb Sixty-nin- th pneumonia caused by being gassed during his sixteen months' overseas service. died May 25, 1920, after oontract-n- s Mt. St. Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy Thirty-fift- h and Itudd Avenue, Louisville, Ky. HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustien Engineering aad Furnace Repairing City 38 521-2- 3 MICHAEL Michael Kenney, old, retired stone-mason, KENNEY. eishty-on- e years COURT PLACE City 38 DOMESTIC We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements wiih the beet satisGENEROUS ILLINOIS faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal .. NOW. Letus have your order TOD AY. In a detailed statement of Ule We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special amount secured by the IllinJoadd-vlsto- n redacad prices on car load shipments. ot the American CommJfttee Cor Relief dn Inland, D. F. Heily, HARVEY-JELLIC- O r.hadrman of .Uhe comnwttee, (XMCOKPO&1VBD) tliat $336,425 ihas been contributedbv the neoole of Illinois. The! comand iKlATAtor. Fane and Payne Streets. ' mitee oriietnalily accepted a huota lOOO 8. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard of S225.000, which amoun already City 1450. Main Office 411 8tarks Building. Main 033. xeeeded by 50 per ham been The amount xateed to). Chicago was $245,521. v COAL- STEAM al services were held Tuesday morning at the Church of Our iLady, with Rev. Father Martin O'Connor aa celebrant of the rcqulomi hlgfli mass. died Sunday morning at his home, 2808 Montgomery street. Mr. Kenney, a native of Ireland, had lived In Hb is surLraulsvlllo fifty years. vived by his widow, Mrs. Sallie Kien-nefour sons, John T., P. E James 'M. and Stephen W. Kenney, and three daughters, Misses Anna R.r Safllie and Mary ICenney. Funery; year and It has been found necessary in several cases . to make arrests. Through its Community Advisory Boards the Salvation Army Is trying to raise Its budget this year, to tambourine without resorting and house to house collections. JjRAtfC CHOUGH' To STAHD A Boardinff and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, ConSALVATION IMPOSTERS. ducted by the Sisters of Loretto. Preparatory, Commercial and Academic Courses. Music Instrumental and Vocal. A warning against lmposters who For catalogue, terms, etc., address Mother Scholastica. wear Salvation Army uniforms and make ihouse.to house and street corner collections in various parts of CUiMJJ. PHONE, PLEASURE RIDGB 21 the United States for their own use has just been Issued by, brigadier 0(, rilsll,oncd chicken Dinner Served T6 Order Heruerc 'iiooens, ui uiutmuau, Snndulrhes of All Kinds Served On Short Notice mandlng the Western owo onu Kentucky division of that organizaTry Our Dellclosus Club Sandwiches tion. Thousands of- - dollars have during the last thus been collected C. M. SCH ELL'S SUMMER GARDEN Glenbrook Station, 18th Street Road Eight Miles From Court JIouso V GOOD MUSIC DANCING Sec.-Trea- 7 He 'grte - : TWIN CITIT LEAGUE. Coome3, of Manages- COAL COMPANY v.rf i I Incorporated JACKSON AND FBHR AVENUE Mte Pope Leo ot the XIII. will be removed from the ifca hte tomb to the Church Vatican of St, Jolm. Xiateraa during the meeting of the Association ot Italian O&thoMc Young Men, which, will DOUBLE HBADIIR TOJIORROAV. jLouisvllle Circle, Daughters ot be (held in Roma during September. The LeH.toviWe Colonete and To- Isabella, will hold their "semiIt fe espectod that twenty thousand peraone wW attend the eeremoalea. ledo naok up aln iUm afternoon monthly meeting Tuesday evenl&g Dwriag the metfag the centenarSe fimT.'tcrtnemJv etoaa the aeaeoa. with at K. G. Hall, Thie will be a sper xnenee comee cial buainees meeting for tho purof the deaths of Damfae and. St. Dori-loi- c a lKCOa0XTM wih be eetebraetd. Colurobue tor a four-gaeeriee, pose ot electing a new Regent, and which marks the close of Loute- - all members are asked to attend. City &7 528 WJEST JEFFERSOIT ' Main 190 yspan. mannk aide. ville a home etay untu July 2, The ..Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants . PARISH PICNIC. battle with St. Paul cluKe lehop of Dr. O'Doherty, thia past week will long he re- Next Wednesday the annual par ad the younseat member of memherad by tfhe fane Taad in these ot St. Boniface congregaiah the IrWi hiemreby, baa been unaal- - eamea the club displayed one 3MI ifvvfe nPV PReVHf nwualy c&oaen by th prioete of .that baa endeared them tion, for the benefit of the parochial AuxiMwry to Auatmiilia., to'beaebatl lofwft, and that ic their free school, will be gfven at 7 hi Where the Ferry Park. Many pteaefng apkrk. Several times Maafllr.. Btahop O'Dotorty ferlcMest ; Okm-f- rt thia ooaooM the club has ooma from attractions wlM be presented and a ha been onlr ahort time to WlMTC hi wsrtc i Hmi aadT Je extremelr poeuiar to behind and woa out, aod worry to large gathering is looked for. Hatets He ta a. brother ot say their gamanaas muat put to th'd4oeM. ot MauUa. FAMOUS SINGER. shame many faaa who are ready to the. Ahbtohop Where the BMaJ u Sewer and, Calvert Fipe,1 -. oj. wmrmm quit o abort notice. Bruce Dud- X ' VKMfWW f AJi Mao n. Hub r.kiaWl f eeekeiBest; M.IMWVH .y. wwvw..H my, the Herald sporting editor , waj John. MeCormaek, BLUE GRA9B WINS. the famous Where the range stands Wall Cepla', Brala Tile, TltrlflM Xrlclt, juatlBed Wednaeday in. bis can- - tenor lnw. bora at Athlon, Ire , Tuas- years a Louts Beott Keller, aaed fifteen-- . sure of. ittm .home folks for their land, tUrty-eevertoe Pteela F1m Lta4d,FtM Briek the where and renMneni firat aad t Tile, Flee Clay, CataMejr Tef, eon of Mr. acid Mra. J. has bean lack ot upport mt when tits thatr day, When eoAgratulatieaa him That's Meal" VQeiek friendly maasacaa wer sent Kattar, ot Laxtoetou, . are ptagrkig the game ot aeaoMwahipi at lrrea. Where' am all those booeter from all over the world, atoortM a four-yaoOFPiCE 8M SOUTH THIRTEENTH STRUT. 9t. Xarier'e Coltese, Ctnetamatt M- - chibe and civic organtsationa that Qafh Uul GaalRaaiea ftsU. IsMaUea aaii MAIN 907. lHONM CITT XAVAI4 PCWCK. eordtaa to a telegrata reeedviad by paraded the field opening1 day aad . Wltxl. -- J M .. . ! .1 He parents Saturday. H oontaetad promJaed their un.fHrln suppOftt . VOBJC 4VM Ttii. wtiynot hire vaoa ana start as TH.u ed fltatas navy is 119,1 n. I. j (Hoeem ot Otncwoatl tor the honor. attenaaace rally again? Brighten Up Electrically! M!OVE POPE'S BODY. Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of; ' attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE The body Knights of St. John, sprung a on the league and tho fans, In general Sunday when his team easily defeated, the strong C ot C. Bggrogttiwa uy a. score ot i no z, this tacfdeoUUy being the flit game won by the Knlghta of St. LEAVES FOR ABROAD. John in the league. Trinity Council had etkgy ptcktag with the De- Rev. Francis J. Finn, S. X, the iwle, winning by a scene ot 11 to 1 widely known. Prankle Stier staged a comeback hte Journey toJesuit writer, began Ireland Thursday, wKh the St, X boys and held the Cincinboarded Mackta dub te' three Tilte, the col- when he Quebec. a train at Father Finn w lege boya wkmtng 7 to 3, and nati fof et of breaking the 4Je for second place. the .recipleftt of a valuable by the rtiey play aa foJ4owa: traveling' bags, given to Ihlm Knights ToHKrw Sr. X. v. Deltete, Trialty vs. Cincinnati Chapter of the Knight of 9L John and K. ot C, ot Columbus. vw. Mackln. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. Bur-prt- ee loul the s. MARTIN J. CONNORS, G. A. BRANDT, President men and Lay retreats, both for & CONNORS COMPANY women, will be conducted by tho Incorporated Dlvlno Fathers or the Society ot the PRODUCERS OP QUALITY PRINTING Word during the summer months nt St. Mary's Mission House and 514-51- 0 SOUTH SECOND STREET, NEAR GUTHRIE St. Ann's Home. Techny, Ilk T,ay Cumb, Phone, Main 2713 retreats have been part and parcel Home Phone, City 3564 of the work of the Society oi toe Divine Word ever since 4ts foundaTHE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEAN tion. In 1&75. Further particulars will bo cheerfully given by writing PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS to St. Mary's Mission House or St. A Tedhny. 111. Ann's Home, RETREATS AT TECIINY. BRANDf BUTTER ft SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his interests If you sell K. & L rRODUOTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. 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