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Market St. yt VOLUME m LhIitM, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 26. for another four years of mlsgov-ornmen- PHSH: HOME Rrery Driver n Btoort 00 M HMN UikviltoTafcakaTrmferto Incorporate XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1921. t. PRICE FIVE CENTS. that should be appreciated, 03 invitations are not limited to tho Knights, but are extended to non- members and as well. These retreats are under the patronage of Right Rev. Denis O'Donag-hu- Special Message From I'opo BeneBishop ot Louisville. The comdict Announces Scholarsldps mittee in charge Is composed ot Judge Matt O'Doherty, Chairman;. For Ambericans. James P. Mdller, Vic Chairman; Grand Knight J. Raymond Barrett, Charles F. Taylor, John A. Doyle, Thomas D. Cllnes. Samuol J. Thirty Thousand Will Make Pil. Georgo. H. Naber, Daniel W. grinuigo to Ancient Missions Iawler, John P. Cassilly and Rev. Father Zoeller, Spiritual Director. of California. Including railroad The expense, fare, will bo only J13.80. Trains will leave Tenth and Broadway each Friday morning nth 8:25 o'clock, Since Last Septcmlicr $750,000 Has and returning the following Monday morning will arrive hero at 7:40 Been Expended for Col I ego Any Information desired o'clock. Courses. may be obtained from Secretary John P. Casatlly, 1001 South Brook street, to whom all communications should bo addressed. cs The editor of the Louisville Herald sunw up the' troubles of the Republican "reform" administration by pleading with tho ipubllc to drop Doe jiardon case, tho Blalr-Joh- n LET HIM STAY THERE. Ticket Marred by Two or Throe tho Herald grudgingly acknowledgf ing that old "Howdy Ed" mudo a Questionable Convention mistake, but says "for goodness sake" quit discussing' the mistake Contest. as it gets on the "reform" administration nerves. Tho John Dough case as It sho.uld be termed just put tho finishing touch to Nominee Emmart Strikes tlio Key. about "Howdy Ed" in tho estimation of 121 note With Views on Negro tho people of Kentucky and there's many a voter waiting to get another Question. Ve whack at "Howdy Ed" and right There's many tho w wings of II) a good Democrat and independent Ai Yoor Offers Alibi That voter who was beguiled Into voting lloaril of Safety for Morrow for Governor, but it not KING WOKUti ' bragging about it Just now, and it Is Rival to Keystone Ml eiwyiJl' i.l Is safe to say that "Howdy Ed's" Comedy. ballyhoo speeches will bo popular Kentucky campaigns. In future Morrow says that Capt. Jim Hendricks asked for tho pardon ot the rKTK BITZER ACTS MEANLY. notorious criminal, which is pretty one considers that Henweak dricks is a Democrat, nnd not natLgggJujfejteSn mat C, oJv g any urally suppoMXl to have are still discussing the strength with a Republican GoverDemocrats of Wednesday nor. There's a tip for many seeklocal convention ing pardons. See Jim Hendricks, evening and tbe consensus ot opin- as "Howdy Ed" seems to pay speion is that the attempt to Bottle cial attention to the Hendricks reIn a concontests for nominations quests. vention was a failure, and it noth"Governor" Burllngamo and his ing else there is a warning that the associates, Messrs. and Johnson party leaders must remember that! Selllgman, of the Board ot Safety, primary law was inscribed. . on. are running a. close second to their the our statute books for the benefit ot Keystone cops, for the comedy, judgthe people and when the people ing from their effort to alibi the Inhave no voice in 'making nomina efficiency of the police department. tions tor political oiuces uiey The board Issued a statement exnot be concerned mightily over the plaining that the Keystone police party. Col. P. H. prospects of that General M. didn't catch any of tho twenty-tlire- o Callahan, and Attorney U J. murderers around Iicto tlio past M. Logan well, as tho because Mackey made able arguments for three jcars Inciboard wijs, just because. the referring of contested, nomina- dentally Burlingame "Governor" to the pcoplo tions mystery mura few ot Real Americans are willing to let King George have Sims per. Humphreys, Tony Carroll and Mace forgotIn his long the explanation. No were champions or conven- ders Wasson manently. mention was made ot the murder that tion methods, they claiming nomina-a of the negro gambler in tho saloon receiving a candidate not Pope, the colored Repubof Hur-letion In a convention was welcome lican leader; no mention ot the Hut all three to try in a primary. murder of the negro woman at Insinuated that a man or woman Ninth and Chestnut; not a word ftbo cla.wMl taking this step would about the murder in the nogro barns a "sorehead." shop on Twelfth street, where The Kentucky Irish Americana berwas said a negro named Wright It that contended and still contends way of conducted a gambling game. In ed, and as I started to loavo the for convention Is not a fair cases were of Isabella. Donations Miss these of these be sent smaller man grabbed me by tho making nominations where there is neither arrests, yet three the Keystone booths should West Oakto street. Myra there McAtee, 52G All shoulder with one hand while ho a contest. In tlio first place bosses didn't class them with tho I held a revolver in tho other, arc not chosen by the voters, other list of mystery murders. The are urged to do their best work the t .managed to get to my room, which Depots for goods but the old, old stereotyped ' plan board closed Its alibi with a sure coining week. was In darkness. The taller man Is followed in each district. A yes enough funny one. It said that tho and donations to be sent to are aa I followed my maid to her room and man delegate arises to his feet and police were alright because Pror. follows: list prepared Rogers Church Goods Company? VUo Indignities to Aildcli Innocent b"olted tho door. He otdered her to reads hurriedly over asecretary, the Ragsdale, their A. B. C. teacher, gobbed. Sho roplled she would 129 South Fourth. by the headquarters Women are Subjected by Britsaid they were, and further he said Rectory St. Charles church, Twen not. Then he ordered her to go motion to approve Is carried quickly their morale was good (That reish Soldiery. I went and Chestnut. downstairs. Later when and a packed delegation is the morale is Greek to the Keyetbners.) George J. Butler, Twenty-firher on tho downstairs I passed sult, a few Independent delegates Tito board might have- added that No Sl;e had just had another "stairs. heing thrown in for ballast. pic- tho professor draws a salary from and Portland. struggle with the two- men. Tho Moriarty Bro., Sixth and Ken- stretch of the imagination can. the tho School Board in addition to -. Homes .Entcrctlby7lllack uand Tims taller .man commanded m& to go ture delegates ithus selected as pulling-dowSJOO'n month to teach but the psychology (over ResldenCaMrs. Dough lnfc.&lQS4C..rs.afPS?iJafliw..-'- .back toy my room with the othor people's representatives head) to tho South Third. tljflr n,ul "cci".inuu uiraBL-oiiman and I refused. Both pointed convention advocates never worry comedy cops, and also presort o The Hardware storo Joseph J. Klrchr revolvers at me. The tall man said Treated, as to how they will voto. con- their morale. y dorfer, Baxter and Christy. race illustrates "TIs your last chance beforo I flro Old Pete Bltzer, who holds tho L. u. George Hablch, 942 East Market. on you.' I replied 'Fire if you like,' vention methods exactly. County world's record for being arrested for and then I fainted. Greene was a candidate forand has violation of the liquor laws, had a KING'S VISIT. to the "I reported this Judge for several weeks Mother and Children Sato Their District Inspector the matter day and the little fun with the Keystone cops in next one of the largest followings chosen this week. Pete's drivers had two The visit of King George and IiUos Only by .7 limping From made a statement to the Head Concltv. James P. Gregory was hour, suspicious trucks which were hailed stable, stating I could Identity both to "oppose him at the eleventh Hum- by the Keystone cops, Capt. Curran Queen Mary to Ireland on WednesHigli Wall. day was without untoward, incident, men It I got an opportunity. Tho being supported by Messrs. summoned to the 6cene, and Pete folltowing day I was asked to como phreys. Cararoll and the convention was accused ot having whisky for and the conduct ot the Republican Riven tlio to the barracks for the purpose of forces does credit to advocates. Gregory was or bootlegging. Pete denied the accusa Government at Ireland. The King the the people number of the nominal Ion the mnjorlty "yap" police tnat and Queen arrived in Belfast on ARE HOMELESS AND PENNILESS identifying were men. A in the baromo tion and told the policemen paraded Rutins the word in oppose the trucks wore loaded down with Wednesday morning to and were given rack yard. I positively identified mysterious manner pop tliat he was hauling to a a respectful reception, and the same the taller of tho two men and my This Is a typical conven- red Greene. Furthermore evening they left for London. King ar- Sunday school picnic. maid also Identified the same man, tion Illustration and a splendid If they didn't believe that was tho A Dublin special says two more neither of us being present at the gument for primary nominations truth ho would have tho trucks Georgo presided at the opening of where there are contests. a good haul away their load and then come the Ulster Partition Parliament, the Irish women have complained to the same time. Later the Head Conceremony being similar to that at- British mlHtary The ticket as a whole is authorities that stable called on mo and assured me back for arrest or punishment. The one and deserves tho BUTport of the poor old trusting Keystonors- said tending the inauguration ot the they weie subjected to indignities on his honor that I would not again voters, the few mistaken nomina- they'd be golderned It that wasn't British Parliament at Westminster. by the Black and Tans. One of be Interfered with by the Crown were "I speak from a full 'heart," eald forces. At about 2:30 the followtions being made where therecandi- ralr enough and away went Pete's King George his speech formally thorn was rewarded for reporting ing morning my home was broken contests. Mr. Emmart, the Later in opening the in Ulster suspicious cargoes. two Parliament, and Identifying 'her assailant by Into by armed men. who wlUhout date for Mayor, sounded the when the. clay the drivers and trucks re"when I pray that my coming to having her home, wrecked and any notice, wrecked and burned In his acceptance address turned, and then Pete told them lie called attention to the negro vote that he had been fooling 'em the Ireland today may prove to be the burned and escaped with her life same, and my maid, myself nnd escaped with our child ot last year. In comparing the fig- first time and that there wasn't! first step toward an end of strife only by jumping twelve feet to tho census-Iures with the United States Searcy-Chilt- even red pop in the cases. To inake amongst her people, whatever Itheir ground. Both women made aff- lives by jumping from a twJve-fooaphope auneighboring yard. My the Irish Is safe to say that the crossed his heart raco or creed. In that pause, to idavits to and they Republican pub- wall Into acompletely destroyed to8,000 it stronger have licen thorities house was machine voted overtwenty-on- e and said ho he hoped to die if he peal to all Irishmen otto forbearance, gether with all my furniture, stock nccro boys nnd girls under telling the truth. Lots of stretch out tho hand forgive and for- lished in the Irish Bulletin. we are conciliation, to Mrs. Bridget Fahy, ot Abbeyslde, effecU, money, etc., so years of age for tlio Republican wasn't the citizens are snickering and say and and to join in making for tho Dundarvan, County Watorford, wife absolutely homeless and that get, penniless. ticket. There is the keynote as that Pete was up to his old tricks land which they Hove a new era ofi Minnie Fitzgerald, ot Abbeyslde. of Thomas Fahy, at present In an Mr. Emmart states. "Willi the white and should be ashamed of kidding people of Louisville allow ?3,000 our poor old Keystoners, who are peace, contentmept and good wiu. internment camp, has been conduct- Dungarvan, also suffored the loss ot negro votes, 8.000 ot whom are un- the victims ot burglars and auto- It is my earnest desire that in ing her husband's grocery business her home and grocery store because Southern Ireland, too, thero may ere since his Incarceration. Fahy was Bhe reported to tho District In der age and probably illiterate, to mobile thieves dally and weekly. long take place a parallel to what is arrested several months ago and has spector that a gang of Black and elect our city officials and determine now passing in this hall; that there been confined to Kilworth camp Tans had threatened her. Seven In what manner our city and county MACICIN COUNCIL. a similar occasion may present itself without any charge against him. Black and Tans, each carrying a tin government shall be conducted? and a. similar ceremony be per- "Ahbut 10:30 at night, I was in of parrafln, broke into her place of The conduct of tho negroes show Mackln Council .heldi a rousing formed." petted and my bedroom," Mrs. Fahy states in business and set fire to it. Two (they have been that Before .the coming ot the King her affidavit. "I heard a knock at women occupants of the place and a spoiled by the Republican machine meeting Monday night, at which delbeare to such an extent that they arrogant egates were elected to the Grand and Queen there were many re- the door which I did not answer. small boy barely escaped with their Council convention to be held at markable reports current, tone that When the second knock came I lives. None had time to save any coming more and more Terre Haute, Ind., August 15 to 17. the Sinn 'Fein intended to signalize opened the window and osked'Who of their effects. daily. makA tall man looked up Before the Republican Board of Those selected to represent the tho King's visit to Belfast byMajes- is there? President August ing a proffer of peace to His DELIGHTFUL ANNIVERSARY. and said 'Military, come down and Park Commissioners the other day council were Morris ty, but all proved unfounded. It open the door.' I then went downa committee of negroes demanded Hoertz, T. Leo Connelly, The fifth anniversary of the ormore grounds for park purposes, Buttlmer and Robert Butler. Rev. was intimated in Parliamentary cir- stairs with a light in my hand and and in the course of the meeting It Father William Burke, O. P., re- cles that the next Cabinet move opened the door. The man, who ganization of the St. Helena's Codeveloped that tho Cherokee Park cently ordained and the first mem- would be made after the King's ar- was a at ran go policeman, said he operative Club, one ot the most is even hinted residents are beginning to resent ber of Mackln Council to bo elevated rival in London. It strengthen tho wanted to get some tea. My maid active and representative bodies ot in asked him if ho would have someIn Louisville, was celthe influx ot the negroesyears that to the priesthood, was present and that tho visit will the addressed the members on the lay- Republican Government in Ireland thing else as the fire was out. She young women a most delightful dinpark. For the past few ebrated with then cot him. at his direction, two ner and dane Thursday evening at residents pt the West End and men's duty to the church. All were and eleswhore. Shawnee Park have seen the march delighted with his words of advice bottles ot stout. Wihllst he waft. the Louisville-Ol- d Inn Hotel. There, petting the stout ho said to me: was a. hirge attendance and all enon Shawn eeland by the negro Re- and encouragement and in a most PRIESTS TO CELEBRATE. and Tans and are joyed the celebration. Rev, Father publican army, and many a white happy manner attested their 'We are Black on West Chestnut through the President, Rev. Father Thoireas J. Hayes, supposed not to pay for any drink Charles P. RafTo presided as "householder forced to sacrifice Father Burke will be always a wel- pastor of St. Joseph's bhurch, Bowl- but I will pay you for all T get street has been and was happy in his IntroA small man then ductions. Among those responding his little homestead, while others come visitor to Mackln, who look ing Green, who left Wfodnesday for hero tonight.' seen their upon him as their own. Sunday came Into the hall. I went upstairs to itoasts were Dr. Irvin Abeil and a five weks vacation, on near Shawnee Park have of the property depreciate because will celebrate the completion, of his to see my little son. When I came Rev. Father Daniel Llnfert. ORPHAN PICNIC. encroachment ot the negroea who foreith year as a priest. Tho cele- downstairs tho small man said to people I gloat over driving the white bration will take place at Nazareth, me, 'Show me tho backyard LAYMEN'S RETREATS. away from their homes. During this But another Week remains before where Father Davis Is pa"star. Father said At was not my place to show tiro the residents of tho Cherpkee the great Fourth of July celebration Davis wlU Join In tho celebration. him the yard hut I gave a light to Louisville Council, Knights of Cofafk section never sympathized or and picnic for the benefit ot the The two were ordained at Preston a sailor who had come In and. he lumbus, will next month inaugurate protested against the negro drive. Catholic orphans of Louisville, and Park Seminary, Louisville, June 26, showed the man the back yard. The a series of laymen's week-en- d reBut tbo shoe is on. the other foot) the enthusiasm and gratifying re- 1881. Father C. P. Ratfo will take sailor came back and said the man treats, the first of which will comjusl now and the Cherokee Park, ports made Jast Monday night would part In tbe ceremony. Father Hayee wanted me to come out to tbe yard. mence on Friday morning. July 8, squawking and Indicate moat satisfactory results.) formerly was Vice President or 8t. I took a light In my hand and wfeut ending Sunday evening, July 10, at are residents squawking loudly to the Republican For the pa3t six weeks committees Joseph's College, Bardstown. He to the back kitchen where the man tbe Abbey of our Lady of At have been busy and every arrange- came to Bowlhtg Green in 1389. was ata'adisg. He &id 'Move over Board ot Park Commissioners. in Neteon county. The secnear pve.' J "told him 1 we near ond retreat will open Friday mornthe meeting Tuesday Oommtesioner ment for the day has been perfected. unuVrirtood tlio This will bf a rea picnic, with all enough to hear his conversation. He ing. July 15, the third July 22, and McDowell ead lw PLEASURE RIIKJE. ypoke and acted indecently towards ending on the succeeding Sunday BPKroes were overrunning Cherokee the good old and' new features for negroes both the- elder aad young people. Park on Sunday. That the The pastor, Rev.l Father Waters, me. I turned quickly on my heel evening, and If necessary to have a wMl cut an Important figure in the The Button Committee reported and merabew ot St. Paul's ohurca. and as I did he followed m to the fourth, fltth or further number ot coming Republican convention, the $1,463.18 as .the TeeuM ot its work, Pleasure Ridge, are maktag ejrtea1-etv- hall.. retreate they will be extended o wRh, two 9u&day remaining for "A my maid w leaving the hall through the summer until all wish preparation for their eotethig Fiftieth legislative district ociwen-tioSeveral will be called to meet at the parieh. visitation. iaore annual tfeafer wkUb. will itake trtaee the taller man made an attempt to ing to take advantage ot them have ot aprons and. (fancy work at Grote' Park, formerly SKowere' k4ee her. Tbe men left and we haaa irommodied. The nl&ee se-soft drink stand ot WRVlam Welte, box y 11. oh were utalr when .aaother knock) leoUwi, the Abbey of 'OethseoMB-IU a negro, of 740 Twelfth street.. G. have been, received for the Hrien Grove, on NfMrilr, bootba. A. hand- afternoon ad evening. A delicto! G. Young, a negro, wM .preside, and aad oante on the doer. The wune meajiMi from every standpoint, betatf bat negroes w411 be named some lttaeaeoa set, made by the ahlekm wper w4H b served trem .nd returned, and dewaad to be 0IW ,f the historic plaoea ot the notW VfcMatloe 9WM at Oeeraetowu, S to S e'tok. All ra eordsHy p&rtteukrlr adapted for adatttted a gala. I wwe tbm two tomte . will lie. in ad woin. ef the Daughter RepablkM ef a9Nt wateh they dsrnaad- - treat psrpoeee. The number tWfct ofta1 . DEMOCRATIC can be accommodated at each retreat is forty. This Is a movement K.0PC o, gggjgpg I- Bold-rlc- k, t. Americans c-s- A ne IW 7 TWENTV-OD- D TRAINS ENGAGED -C, d3z PRESENTATION ACADEMY. whV? y - tlclo-cnt- es IRELAND st JL - .- - , I, interesting exhibition ot the art department was on display. Especially attractive were the drawings of posters, examples ot commercial the work of a new department. A beautiful musical programme added to the cfiarm of tho graudatlon exercises, the Presentation orchestra contributing much of tho music. ccarty, Mildred Menne. Susan Mary Scanlan, Helen. Mary Schroer, Anna Catherine Catherine Vance, Mary. Vaughan, Evelyn Marie Votter. An two lines of wtilte and berlbboned poles, by twelve undergraduates, hold members ot the senior class of tho Presentation Academy marched to their places upon tho stage at tho school's commencement exercises Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock in the chapel. The contrast between the gentle-facenuns; and tho girl d as graduates lent a picturesque well as solmen atmosphere to tlio exercises. The Very Rev. Jamea Cronin, Vicar General, gave a short and Impressive address and conferred the diplomas and honors in the absence of Bishop O'Donaghue, who at the last moment was unable Many members of tho to attend. clorgy as well as friends and relatives ot the girls were present. Literary certificates were given' to Misses Mary Elizabeth Caum-mlsand Elizabeth Relsert. Diplomas for completing the academic course were awarded to Misses Emily Bohan, Ellse Ada Brach, Luclle Elizabeth Bratcher, MaTy Catherine Cudahy, Lellyn Phillips! Katherine Durrelt, Anita Evers, Anto!wnettf Elizabeth Hamilton, Mario Hinkebeln. Mary Edna Mflower-lade- n d, black-robed white-frockear Through -- -- " sxun VOR- - SIMM. Greene-Gregor- del-cgat- es key-no- to t Rear Admiral Sims returned homo Tuesday to explain to Secretary Denby remarks attributed to him in his recent London speech on Irish Americans. Theio was scarcely anyone on the pier. From the handful of imrsnnR who had leathered there came neither cheers nor taunts. Among those who met the Admiral was his brother. On the trip 'from nimr.antlno the Admiral maintained strict silence, declining to make any statement before reporting to tho Secretary ot tne Navy, mere was no demonstration outside the por nor an tho way to the Pennsylvania station, where only a handful of persons were gathered. At the sta tion, however, mere were a iew boos and cheers and ono woman was uon nnradine with a banner bearing the picture of a jackass apropos of the reference to Jackasses reported to have been made by Admiral Sims The woman in his .London speech. was not troubled by tne police. RECEIVED DIPLOMAS. a nllfrrimac Bargain scholarships for Amerstudents desiring university training in Italy have been announced by Father John B. Nicola, of the University of Milan, who brought a special message from Popo Benedict VX. to tho Knights of Columbus National Education Committee. Tho current rat ot exchange, Father Nicola states, boa enabled tflte University of aiilan to offer to found scholarsfhips in perpetuity in law and social ecienco Tor $5,000 which is said to bo tho lowest principal sum yet reached for endowment of scholarships in a recognized European university. Father Nicola, who is professor ot International law nt the university, wflilch is incorporated as the University of the Sacred Heart ot Mllano, reported to the Knights ot Columbus that Pop Benedict had endorsed a plan for the institution of exchange scholarships between) Milan University and American universities. He added that the Pope, had described K. of C. educational work in America as one of the most fntelllcentlv nrnornfl ra.An, . tion works that had com to his Knowledge. The greatest pilgrimage in- postwar days to tho Pacific Coast and the larsrest convonMnn ova haM . the Knights of Columbus will bo tne thirty-nint- h international convention ot the K. ot C. to be hold In San Francisco on August More than twenty special trains will be engaged by delegations from st Eastern and States, and In addition special cars and automobile caravans will be organized from different sections of the country. In all; it 1sriwciefl-tha.t"hior- e than 30.000 nersons will! mnVn their way to San Francisco at at tend: tne K. or C. convention, and In conjunction with the convention ican Mid-we-- H on ancient missions of California. supreme Secretary William J. McGlnley, who Is directing national arrangements for the convention, states that tho Knights ot Columbus national history move-me- n will bo definitely launched Ira San Francisco, wihore the flrstj meeting of the K. of C. historical committee, now In course ot selection by Supremo Master John H. Rcdilln, will bo held. In addition the K. of C. national building programme, educational activity, hos- pltal work and the K. of C. fight on tuberculosis will be crystallized. Tho movement coastward will start in 'the Bhlrd week of July. Reports front California Btat that the Knights of Columbus there are perfecting arrangeomnts to mako the K. of C meet the most) memorable of any ever held on tlio Pacific Coast. McGlnley announced Friday, following a meeting of tho National Finance Committee ot the K. of C. at the Commodore Hotel, that $750,000 had been expended by tho Knights on college courses, including tuition, books, board and lodg- vdl ho .mnjin n h occupied. Following the high mass Sunday morning, at which the Rev. Patrick Walsh was the celbrant, the graduates and pupils of Sacred Heart school, Seventeenth and Broadway, received their diplomas and certificates or honor. In his address, which Father Walsh made before announcing tho winners of diplomas and prizes, a splendid tribute was paid to the Sisters and parents who send their children to Sacred Heart The mothers were comschool. mended for their work, which was beautifully reflected in the neat and tidy personal appearance of tho girls The announcement and and boys. presentation of awards was made by Father Walsh. The altars wero beautifully decorated and every pew HIBERNIAN PICNIC. Supreme Secretary William J. ing for bOO war veterans since September, )''20, All of the students will b returned to colleges and universities' at the expense of the K. 6t C. rh;s renting September, he announced. The sum uoe? not Include money provided by State Jurisdictions of the K. of C. for college scholarships or tho K. of C, freo night school endowments for former service men and women. are maintained Include Yale. Ford- ham, Massachusetts Tech., Stevens, Pratt. Notre Dame and other well known schools. MOURNED BY MANY. nppre-preclati- toast-mast- er President Joseph D. Hennessy and Chairman James J. MoTlgho announce everything In readiness for the big Hibernian picnic at ChairPark tomorrow, and man Thomas J, Dolan, of he Athletic Committee, adds to that announcement by saying that the contest will be. the feature of thn flr.v Tn n!llttnn thara Will be children's races for boys and girls of all ages witn suuaime prizes ior each. Amusements of all kinds will Iiq fnmlatiMl nml thnrai will be no admission fee to the parte. Take Jacob Park cars, via sevenin street, cars to run every seven minutes to picnic grounds. Som-metug-of-w- ar Goth-Bema- nl, BEAUTIFUL FEATURES. SU - school, which took place Sunday ovpnlnir. ma marked by Interacting Bnd beautiful features and: a pleas The annual closing of Patrick's e , ready-to-we- ar H $ thi'h? sti, re-trttt- ing drama. The programme jnciua-e- d delightful musical numbers and a nlaaatne itrama. In. Vtfhlfih the eighth grade pupils showed profteiency, the palnstawing efforts ot tne Meiers befcig evident la every dumber. Following the address ot the paelor, the Very Rev. J, P. Cronin, V. G., there vms. distribution ot premiums and oenterrlHg ot eerfcifleatee. After a lingering illness ot soveral months Mrs. James D. Duane passed quietly and peacefully to her reward Monday morning, surrounded by her little family and a few relatives. During her slego of Illness there was never a word of murmur or discontent and always a smile and word' of cheer .for those called'. Mrs. Duane was tne daughter df tho lato Mr. and Mrs. James Winn and from her early childhood in tbo Dominican parish had tho happy faculty ot making and retaining friendships. This was attested to by the large throngs that called to pay their last respects, retaining her popularity la death as well as in life. By young and old, and in fact all classes, Mrs. Duane was loved and respected and since her passing many a prayer htm been offered for the repose of her soul and eternal reward on ihh. The funeral took place from h family residence Wednesday orn-in- g at 8:45 and from St, Louie church at 9 o'clock. Solemn, requiem mess was offered .with Very Rev. J. R. Heenan as eeleb'raat. Rev. Hi G. Lyons as deacoa, aad Rev. J," B. Dawklss as sab doaeoBj The JetenoeBt was in St. Louie etery. Ber-trand- i'b I&4AI &. A, ,,fryy V '.. , fVif -- Wi s KBKtaOKY KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKfflli COMING EVENTS. 22-2- IBMLSJEI A3SaaEij&.XGAJS:. V4 Philip 3 St. June church picnic and outing, on church PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. grounds, Floyd, and Woodbine. Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Juno 26 Picnic of Division 4, A. 512 WEST ORMSBY AVENUE h Sod.1 And Moral AdvMoement ol Iffch AmerlciM and Ctholla to Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh O. H., at Summers Park. Young Men a Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small marJuly 11 Annual picnic of St. gin and utmost value. Institute and Catholic Knight i of America. Paulfe church, of Pleasure Ridge, FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 26 Stower's Grove. Publlahera at KBMTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PR1NT1NC CO., Intorpocttrf. July 12 Moonlight excursion of The school offers two courses of study, the one a college preparatory SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Trinity Council Y. M. I., on Steam er East St. Louis. fnnrafl urlifli rnrvivnu minlla fnv Vnftanr Qmlth Wolloalttv Atf TTolvnlrA Second. CUii Matter. Loulivllle Poitolllce Norl Louisville Collegiate School OPEN FOR BUSINESS MEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE Gntcred at the to Mm AH CHMMkittoM Um KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Witt Liberty tffaAgesI g Strut. chicken dinner LOUISVILLE, KY '. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1921 Matthews. English taxpayers are already in revolt against the heavy burden the Lloyd George-Tor- y regime has put upon their shouldere, and are bitterly bewailing the loss of trafie which, the Irish boycott of their products has entailed. No better evidence of the effect of tihe Irish boycott of British goods could be given than is found dm the efforts of the Black and Tans to pusdi British wares they (have, in many Irish towns, closed tho stores of the merchants who refuse to Btock up with British goods. Needless to say that thlsi is tho very thing that has made the boycott a popular measure. Irish shops are closed for a wieek at a time but English, factories are Closed for months, many of them permanently. SIMS AND PACTS. for benefit of St. Paul's church, on church groundB, Jackson and Kentucky. July 26 Moonlight excursion of Bertrand Club on steamer America, August 10 Annual picnic and of Holy Trinity chicken supper church on church grounds at St, it ...... . NEVER AN ARREST. There have been many serious accidents from automobile Bpeedlng lately In Louisville', yet there has not been an arrest for reckless driving or speeding" In several months. Possibly they go too fast Cor our Keystone police to tab them. SHOULD TAKE PLEDGE. "Whenever a public man says something which, looks foolish in Alma Vowels. Misses Ruby and Nelly ConkWng left Sunday for New York, to re- Miss Esther Cahlll is visiting friends in Cincinnati, Miss Mamie Nix has been visiting at New Haven, the guest of Miss frfrfoa SOCIETY. ' ., , ,, i. .. ,,,., , INCORPORATED jut juuu uuiu wiu couugu jjrujjuruiury uuursu uuu wuiuu icuua iu wo 320 WEST JEFFERSON STREET diploma of the school It is strongly advised that pupils anticipating either course should Home Phono, City 809 enter the school at least by tho beginning of the eighth class, in- which B, STRAUSS & CO. "' important High School subjects are begun. 5IAKERS OF The work of the school is carried on by a faculty of college trained women Music, Art, Gymnastics. STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN ' "PROM MAKER TO WEARER" As only a limited number of pupils can be provided for, early enroll236 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE ment is high desirable. LOUISVILLE, KY. ,- ntwl Ttrvn Mnnv r.11aa. thn nthnv n itonnral onllran - wVlInh . iMffarpnt.ta.tA4 . .. . . OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE J. REDUCED--MA- Y . MISS LUCY HESTER, Principal AUTO 1JUS SERVICE N. COAL TELEPHONE SOUTH 010 Wilton Jcllico Lump Harlnn Lump Hazard Lump 25 cents per ton less than eled off. DELIVERIES $8.25. $7.0O FOURTH AND PARK AVENUE $8.25 West Virginia Lump $8.25 Taylorf Lump $8.25 West Kentucky Lump above prices if coal is dumped $7.00 not shov- main until fall. print, lie blames the reporter. Admiral Sims has only taken the path many better men ihave toad to tread. It was all he could do. Sims should take the pledge. NEAR, ONE MIND. President De Valera says that independence would be just as easy to got from England as Dominion homo rule. Lloyd George has said that England might as well give Ireland independence as Dominion Evidently "when the homo rule. parties in Interest are so nearly of one mind, the natural thing for outsiders Is to recognize Ireland as independent and let it go at that. UNREASONABLE. mind fast enough to suit England. It eeems only the other day that England was begging for a rebellion. In Ireland and sending men and. spending money to make one. Now that she has got a rebellion not the one she asked for she is sending for more men and spending more money to get rid, of it. Most unreasonable people. FAILURE. The secular education which has been in vogue so long and which was looked to as the panacea for all' our ills, stands abashed by the condemnation of its erstwhile supporters, who have found it empty The leading secand Insufficient. England A late report is that will give Ireland just one month to change her mind, and then, it Ireland, doesn't will fill the island with soldiers and empty It of Irishmen. A root trouble over there is that Ireland can, never change her ular educators of the land, shocked by the decadence of morals and tho general laxity prevalent even among tihe young, have come out, like men, declaring that tho introduction of religion into life's programme must be effected somehow, anyhow, if the growing up generatoin is not to be polluted from the start. Purely secular education, they admit, has been a downright failure. ARNOLD REPEATED. where he was wined and dined. "Will history repeat itself la the case of an. Admiral who is being wined and dined' by Great Britain? Is it safe for Admiral Sims to have knowledge of our naval secrets and plans when he acknowledges first love to John Bull, our ever ready enemy? LYING AND SNEER. News dispatches from London last week stated that the policy of reprisals was to be abandoned by the British. Government in Ireland. We have heard that before, and we place little confidence in this latest Sending of larger forces report. into Ireland is given as the reason for cessation, of methods of warfare which, for downright savagery have not been equalled in modern ;tlmes. No defense of British brutality has been offered, except the barefaced lykrg of Sir Hamar Greenwood and the cynical sneer of Lloyd George "his government had murder by the throat." Some wag retorted to tads that Lloyd George has murder by the hand. In his Jealous rage of Commander George Washington, traitor Benedict Arnold sold out to England tht JIEVOLT AGAINST BURDEN. s The British authorities announce that if "South" Ireland does not make an. effort to work the un- -. workable Partition fraud they will ty thousand extra troops seed into iretaad and crush the IrMi RepubWe by measures in contpar- which what has gone .on leoo before wl appear like child's play. Obregon can not change these withTlie Republicans of course are not out action by the Mexican Congress, esem to control tritfbtMied by this' choice bit of and the "Reds" &lui,w. Their mind are made up enough yoter there to blooH any atto eouttate' the flht for freedom tempt at amendment. MWr end, and to '' When yor .feet ere ooWt wln d tta,' Brift iwtlwr1te 'way yeur hwd AW & Uw witt WW and yarm notice ttmt year minutes, tfesiv ttaar get -, more Mt3y tk--o Dsm wtM vxhrh. Try per-bapf't- Evelyn Quire, Geneva. Clephas, Mary Louise Bryant, Jean Spaith, MarRecognition of the Obregon Gov- -, guerite Slater, Julia May King, ernmemt in Mexico seems to be a Emily Campbell, Margaret Brocar. In the presence of numerous matter of tho distant future in friends and relatives the marriage Washington Negotiations have been of Miss Mary Louisa Moran, daughcarried on but no practical results ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas have been achieved and the situa- Moran, and Robert Miller Montague. Fourth Artillery, virtually where it Lieutenant in the Camp Dlx, N, J., tion remains now stationed at stood weeks ago. The Ohregon Gov- took place Monday afternoon at 5 ernment wanta? recognition, but the o'cJock at St. Louis Bertrand confiscatory clauses of the constitu- church. Mrs. Foster Joseph Tato tion of Mexico eland In the way. was Hhe matron, ot honor, and Lieut. Tate ucted as best man. OAUD1NAIS PREDICTION. Miss Mary Louise Murphy left . LOUISVILLE, ICY. last week for New York and will SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE visit Washington before returning to Louisville. ShHwneo 809 West 0203 n Misses Josephine TIerney and Tierney left last week for and wll spend the Bummer at the University of Chicago. The engagement of Miss Helen Marie Schimpeler and Carl A. Yunker has been announced. The wedding will take place in July. En route home from St. Mary's HOLDS UP LABOR. College, Pope stopped McAdams over at New Haven to visit M. J. Organized labor of Germany Dant and Chartes S. Mahoney. FOR A GOOD could have prevented the world Mrs. M. Doyle, of Jeffersonville, war, President Samuel Gompere is at North Vernon, whero she will several weeks with her daugh- declared in an address before the spendMrs. Isaac Palmer Caldwell. tepr annual convention of the American KMrs, Charles Bauer announces the 4059 WEST MARKET STREET Federation of Labor in Denver thl engagement of her daughter, Miss week. "I hold that the organized Ida Mario Bauer, tq Irvin C. Rueff. WRITE FOR OUR PLAN labor movement of Germany faled Tho wedding will take place in August. at the critical hour," said the yet Fred Sweeney is home from eran labor leader in responding to school at St. Mary's and will spend addresses to the fraternal delegates the vacation with his parents. Mr. GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. South from Great Britain and Canada. and Mrs. J. P. Sweeney, Louisville. 423 South Fonrth Street Fourth Floor That is a theory that was urged at Misses LIette Slever, Esther the beginning of the war; but there Breing and Helen Slever, of North Or- Vernon, formed a house party last is absolutely nothing to it. ganized labor in Germany could not week at the home of Mrs. Frank have prevented tho war any more Pooley, Parkview. W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. than "organized labor in Great Brit Y Mr. and Mrs. George Ooswein gave a delightful dance In honor of We Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. ain! and Canada could Ihave done their daughter, Miss Ethel Louise winy discuss the impossible? Go Oesweln, who graduated June 15 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET pers evidently hopes this kind df from Sacred Heart 'Academy. The guests numbered eighty. Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. talk may. win- votes for his re, Mr. and Mrs, Allen Long and litelection by tho American Phone City 4503 Phone City 4G93 tle son Jack, of Petersburg, Va., will arrive the first of July to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George ZIx, 2136 Frankfort avenue. CABINET CRISIS REPORTS. Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Spalding, A Cabinet crisis in Great Britain, Lebanon, announce tho engagement which, is reported to be imminent, of their daughter, Miss Louise Spalding, to James M. Ballard, ot Louismay mean the downfall of the coali- ville. Tho wedding will take place tion cabinet. The latest develop Un the autumn. ew ment is described in uvuiBvuie puuuie vjsiudk York and seashore resorts the past merut quarters asia result Mrs. George volt of the Government's follow week Included Mr. and Miller, T. H. N. Clark, Mrs. A. B. ers. It was declared this alleg ICeeley, L. G. Hoey, J. H. Grauman, Home Phone City 395 revolt is likely to endanger tl! E. E. Buchart and W. A. Anderson. Mirs. Patrick Bannon was a charmstaDiirty and even the existence o 218 EAST MARKET STREET. the Lloyd George Cabinet, and ing hostess last week to her embroidery club. Those present were cause a general election. A mani- Mesdames Hattie Marattl, Hergot, Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and fc1 festo signed by about ISO coalition Rose Bryant, HF P. Winkler, Koelhner, Soitz and M. J. Conmembers of the House of Commons oldest Bank m the State. was presented the Government, pro- nelly. Miss Margaret Brown entertained testing against the expenditure of Eunoe 500 Club Saturday afterpublic money without the previous the with a 500 party and luncheon noon sanction of Parliament. That, how- at the Hotel Henry Watterson. ever, is not the worst indictment Those present were Misses Catherine FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. against the Lloyd George Cabinet. Campbell, Mary Elizabeth Campbell, Antoinette Simon, .Kathryn Mary Catherine Kelty, Kir-waChl-cab- Admiral Jackass Sims, like many other Tory Americans, is prone to rave over the British fleet and without .giving reasons say that John Bull's warships won the war and saved America, These toadies forget that the British navy .had an opportunity to win the war by the capture of the Dardanelles and failed miserably against the Turks. The John Bull warships retreated when the Turkish garrison had only seven shells left, the Turks being on the eve of surrender. Tribute number one to the British navy and the boatsed Secret Service that didn't find out the Turks' weakness. In the battle of Jutland the German navy was at tho mercy of the huge British fleet of superior numbers, yet the John Bull crew 'turned tail again and ran away, yet Sims and" his like of the jackasa type try to tell) us that America was protected by a navy that ran away all the time. The British propagandists are being exposed dally, and under cover of their lying, and British boasting there is one motive, and that is England does not want to pay her money loan to America. weok. o, Mrs.. M. J. Bannon is in San Texas, visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. M. Krebes, and Lieut. Krebes. Misses Mary and Agnes Driscoll were last week guests of Mrs. B. D. Quesehberry and family at Jefferson town. Mrs. J. M. Ryan is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joseph FJeisch, a Nashville, well' known hero as Miss Anna Ryan. Miss Blanhce Gormley, of Lexing ton, spent fieveial' days last week the guest of Miss Jennie Llttlepage, An-lonl- left Saturday night to spend two weeks In Chicago and Milwaukee. Mrs. Mary Welch, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sackette in Cincinnati, has returned home. Miss Virginia Toole spent the week-en- d with her aunt, Mrs. Charles Hoffman, in Crescent Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fitzgerald arrived Saturday from St. Louis and are visiting relatives in Highland Park. Miss Katherine McDer.mott, who has been visiting in New York since leaving school, returned home this Miss Mary Lee Cullen. Is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. F. C. Ben-not- t, at Middletown. Mrs. C. J. Price has been entertaining for her sister, Miss Josie Boone, of New Haven. Mr. and Mr- s- Sylvester J. Ford Gymnasium Classes, French Course throughout, Domestic Science, Sowing. Home Nursing taught. New Playground Apparatus installed. CONDUCTED BY THE DOMINICAN SISTERS. Primary, Preparatory, Commercial Courses. Music aud Art, Byrne Speed Coal Corporation UfOORPOXJLT-- D 315 Guthrie Street. Boarding and Day School For Girls. A select boarding nnd day school for girls comprising academic, preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art, music, elocution nnd Inngungc. Affiliated with the Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Accredited to the Kentucky State University. For1 information npply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. BUY NOW Both Phonei 315. , "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" ' TO BAT IN A Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE, HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pies, Cakes, Meat SID SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE Mt. St. Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy and Kudd Avenue, Louisville, Ky. A Boarding" and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto. Preparatory, Commercial and Academic Courses. Music Instrumental and Vocal. For catalogue, terms, etc., address Mother Scholastica. Thirty-fift- h EXCELLENT OOPPEB' C04 SOUTH SUMMERSCHOOL (hue, as We do 'we-giv- STEHLIN'S BAKERY PRESTO Doth Phones aao$6ta FOURTH STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE AND BURNETT Doth Phones both individual and class instruction. Penmanship. Short in hand, Typewriting nnd kindred subjects. The patrons nnd friends of this pnper will do well to look into tho merits of this school. Ask n number of business men who have employed our graduates they know. For superior merits of system, quality of1 instruction and economy of cost you enn not equal it. See us and we can tell you why. Roth Day nnd Night classes Book-keepin- g, not close during the summer months. One may enroll any Lowest Price Market in the City S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. STEIN'S G. Fourth street. THE CREAGER BUSINESS SCHOOL o, VISIOT Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Etc., at Lowest Prices . Home Phono City 3G50 Manufacturer of Harness and Dealer in Men's and Boys 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. R. JLIPS BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT Soft Drinke "and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City. I CHICKEN DINNER JAMD8 IfcEIfciDOair 2106 PORTLAND AVE. Phone Shawnee 1416 Drop in and Get Acquainted O. O. STDEEDPXE0DO3: & CO. Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home REPAIRING A SPECIALTY All Kinds of Billiard Room Supplies. Chalk, Tips, Cues,. Cloth, Balls, Cushions. 113 South Fifth Street Doth Phones, 2070 Drs. Harrison and Strassburg When you have bottles to sell see us have a large stock of all kinds. BOTTLES 020-62- When you want to buy bottles we City 8714 F. W ALWES & SON Avenue Fcfar 8 - OTTO J. OSTER BODY BUILDEE AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY REPAIRING VARIETY WOODWORK HOME PHONE, Cmr 027& ST. 035 EAST JEFFERSON CUMB. PHONE, Real Ice Cream and Sherbet CAJLiLi fOR PLEASURE RIDGE 21 anti-gove- rn fan HL0TZ ICE CREAM WORKS ipinVJKJ Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner Served To Order Sandwiches of All Kinds Served On Short Notice Try Our Deliciosus Club Sandwiches ' C. M. SCHELL'S SUMMER GARDEN Glenbrook Station, 18th Street Road Eight Miles From Court House DANCING MARTIN J. CONNORS, Sec.-Trea- Bas-ke- tt, fC GOOD. MUSIO G, A, BRANDT, National Bank of Kentucky Sites For Sale On Easy Payrnants. President BRANDT &, PRODUCERS 514-51- s. CONNORS COMPANY ' Incorporated OF QUALITY PRINTING Hassel-wande- r, WITHOUT RESULTS. TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Offer now five acres, four.room bungalow; ten minutes' walk Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing Roof Painting a Specialty from city car; $500 cash, balance like rent. Address 209 S. Brook. POINTING CHIMNEY Highland 1687; Cumb., Boat 1715 442 BAXTER AVE., at Underbill The Goose on Wrapper Is ABSurance That E. J. Hone DAWKINS CO. Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Hakes Are the Original. HfOOKPOKATHD 0 SOUTH SECOND STREET, . Home Phone, City 3564 NEAR GUTHRIE Cumb. Phone, Main 2713 BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS Manufactured By P. B. HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN MAGIC SOAP COMPANY 1201 Story Avenue. HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL Estimates Fwnlshcd Guy Leber REPAIRING Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 Chas. Leber Louisville, Ky. 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET In an address at Cookatown, Car dinal Losue usd the following H. J. JANSEN'S DANCING ACADEMY "ri4fulu" )- At hr at.: word: "It we are to Jutlg by the miblfa u$tranci ot uidoe into wheae MmhI power has leJlen te. h North of, Ireland, w O&thoHe Mint t ewMuWon before J Classes on Monday, Wednesday and, Friday Nights Private InstraeUoBS by Appointment Hone Fheae, City 77M PIFTBENTH AND JBFFIiR&ON STRHSTS LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS HOME PHONE, K1NTUOKY 809 NORTON BUTLDDfG LOUISVILLB, CTTT '' y:4 S70 YMmmmAii,. 4-I wa ;"- . . BUIIiD vJJd mens furnishings SHINGLES LATHES FLOORING KZEOrXJOKTST XEfcUSH A3MOBXIMOA. 3XTOA7V West End Sheet Metal Works Jtoof Painting unci Chimney Pointing a Specialty, FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. TINNERS Phone Shawnee Spouting and Cluttering. K. WISLSU, 1420-I- J. i MANAGEIt. 301D West Market Street NEW O. T. COAX YARD COAL CO. S. Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 4480; Main 1058 OaMa. &frmf 41 to 4q'b. 8reklaila0 M " ww wmp. wa mmjrr VkfiJKflHf aaa BwUea, & MCXWOMATZD Branca Tar WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. secured such favorable considerable in may Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment are patterns and kinds suitable papering of your this lot andPapers there for every from your Because we you save concessions on of th.6 CHAS. J. MERIWETHER home " DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES just City 9196 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated room, kitchen to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooPapers Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that now. if ever, is the time to build v FROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL you have wanted and move into it. what And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers Every ho'use you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city's prosperity-ad- ds R. & to your prosperity Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. 804 EAST MARKET STREET ABOVE SHELBY . OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. m KORB SON AMAAAAAAAAyUUAAAAAftAa MAIN GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS CITY 1705 ST. CITY WAmPMP 320W.ttie7lUT.-T ItkA'AAAAkkAaAAi PIPELESS UN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE CALORIC FDKNACE Furnace. show one-third J ROOFING, H. C. LARSEN Successor to WM. F. SHABER CO. HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ROOF 730 South Twelfth Street, Between Broadway and Maple HOME PHONE, CITY 2614 LOUISVILLE, PAINTING, GUTTERING, GENERAL JOB WORK SPOUTING AND J iouirviiu.K WILLIAM M. HATFIELD Let Mo REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY All Style GENERAL CONTRACTOR Figure On Your New Homo Alterations Made Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 You can solve the problem of d fuel by installing the patented CalorlC Plpaless high-price- SAVE8 PUKL. KY. MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI 1 SODA FOUNTAI BELT-RIT- E N'S Our A. PENDENNIS ENGELHARD & SONS CO. ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME Both Phones Incorporated Inc. KY. IOELESS Two carloads of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms SEVENTH AND JEFFFBRSON JOHN OGLE COMPANYLOUISVILLE, STREETS HERE IT IS AT LAST! - KY. FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, lt to the fuel this is in addition to heating the entire home more thoroughly uniformly and The than any other way. CalorlC is the original pipe-lefurnace, and has features that can not be had in any other plpeless heating system. We'll sell you n CalorlC under n rigid Money-Bnc- k of Gunrantce satiswarmth and faction. one-ha- that the CaloriC saves Records everywhere A. L. G U N N BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTn SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 ss ASK YOUR GROCER BOTT'S ORIGINAL KREAM FRYDKAKES LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated D Whether It Be Bread, Rolls, Cnkcs, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by tho Unfailing Quality of NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. BOMAR-SUMME- RS HEADQUARTERS COMPANY HARDWARE SNOW CLAD FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER 54-5- 0 GENERAL CONTRACTORS City 1479 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. INCORPORATED .llfi-31- 7 West Jcffcrho- - St. DEATHS. x J J WOM FOR NEW AND SECOND-HANSLIGHTLY MJUN'S AND LADIES' SHOES AND CLOTHING AT THE LOWEST PRICES WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor RALPH DAVIS COR. PRESTON AND WALNUT CITY 8230 J. B. Ohligschlagcr, President . Incorporated AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS GADDIE & ROSENHAM 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET Your Patronage, Largo or Smnll, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK 500 AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MEHANICS OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY A. 3. Ohllgschlager, Secretary 'HOME PHONE, CITY 8629 RECENT WE BUY AND SELL PHONES' ninety-siElizabeth Springer, years qld, was called to her heavenly reward Sunday morning at her home, 722 South Third street. Her funeral took place Tuesday morning .from the Cathedral, of which congregation! she was the odlest Parkway B. J. JOHNSON & SONS CO. OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING BUILDERS 13.G-- L HOME PHONE, CITY 7576 WORK DONE PROMPTLY BOB HAWES FOR AL STEBLER, .Prop. INTERURBAN DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired JOHN RECCIUS' SONS DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH: RUBBER TIRES PUT ON MAILS FULL LINE OP TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. CITY 9200 217 WEST MARKET STREET Fire and City 3728 Automobile CAFE Insurance Prompt and Efficient Service Main 14-2- 317 West Liberty Next To Interurban 309 STARKS BUILDING H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. LORETTO ALUMNA K. . Weekly Savings Club SSURT ONE Station THIS MBNTH WITH THE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central Avenue "You Will Do Better FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Home Shaw. 105 at Spurrier's" FANCY GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH Cumb. West 295 Shawnoe 1317 BROADWAY Phonea Wwt 858 & SIMON P0NTRICH and Greenwood, BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY ;florist Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h ot bringing a large number ot the Kentucky alumnae to that institution last week. An election of officers for the association resulted In Telephone 1022 the namflng of Mrs. Bernard Asinan as President, replacing Mrs. John A. BROAJDWA. Wathen, who retires. Others elected were Mrs. Fred Keuno, Sr Vice Ohlipsdh lager, President; JOHN B. RATTERMAN Treasurer; Mrs. B. J. N. CunningMrs. Anna ham, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. La Matte Spalding, Lebanon, ReFUNERAL DIRECTOR cording Secretary, The alumnae's colors, white and 2114 WEST MARKET STREET gold, with golden butterflies and California popples, formed an atPhones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland tractive decoration. At tho close of West 1 179. the reunion Dr. J. J. Walsh, of Ford ham University, lectured to the normal students and young teadhers in the auditorium. An unexpected visit from the Rev. Motlher Praxedes to Loretto Academy, Marlon county, was the means 600 K. Jk citl&rt. 2712 ;fASSLH) SHOCK ABSQRBERS .'(I RECEIVED DIPLOMAS. St. Bonifaco Hall was filled Sunday night when tho closing exercises of the school were held and thlrty-flv- e boys and girls received their diplomas and certificates of graduation. Gold medals wcrte awarded to Urban Schnurr, Ruth Olges, Josephine Schweri, Mary Ann Cona, Reinhart, Helen Lubbers, Chas. Joseph Hagof, Lorlne Reiuert, PJiilip Besides Magda, Catherine Meyeri. thlrty-dwprizes for excellence special prizes were awarded to about seventy-fiv- e pupils who were perfect in attendance that is who never missed class and were never tardy. o SPALDING SHOE CO. , Out or tho High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock CASH. COAL CO. 2d and Water Watt X7 - TMi TwtmTtt jorPmrianiRt of Ford Cottmtf biatlou and Libert) Main 8473 City 3141 acaln 3141 KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City Phone X, O FOR MONEY. haying regular IeasB te those or salary, with ho publlelty to housekeeper JTred tape. Loans security. pn their personal BBS FOOLEY la-eas- .96.50 clean las&p Big- Clean Hot, so slack MDO xnlno run Bleb, lumpy ...$5.36 Far Ton Delivered-AaywaeV Hani If Cloter It, $1.38 Per Son x,m riffnrei on Big; Order AX An at&Af Tanltan. MuamAa asA Um la Vr Otty oaal rror at Sowert pxarui'B KoTOnrr Incorporated HATTSR AND DRY CLEANER, ni rnr.VMAH 'BniTjoiNa BaUala. Cosrier-JevBBeea l, B. K. COR. THIRD AND JHKFRSOM CHAS. P. OALAS, 1 41S 3. Feartk Street. Ladles' Hats A Specialty. ' JNO. P. MORTON & CO. 0 City 1308. IOAW QtiOBH 8HOUIUTY 216 S. Third INOORPORATW) Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits A. Lasar, Maaaxer Dry Cleaned. - LoaVrrlU, Ky Pressed and MstabUBtaed 18M Plata limey Advaaeea oa Yow 84rea MM OFFIOH OUTKlTrjSBS 81a We Jetewea KAMBLY BROS. SHOE BTOfUa? PBJOfTWRfc (aeacat Fler) XCATIONHKS AH Kinds 9t footwear For the W. Ffeeae Otty Y7kot Family LIBERTY HOE HOP Tiro HAMDLYTB 8twc JOHN ASSENT BDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. MOi wad FertiJUBdL Bhaw. 18tb wad illflgnrina cm? 7ii4 TUNER PIANO al F. K. FOOLHY, AMiaoxJLTiav VINCENTIAN HOME-COMIN- m FIKB SHOl SIFAIRINa Rmiinv. .TiiTio 2fi. lia been se g lected for the annual or tho St. Vincent tie faun uonier-enc-e of St Patrick's church. After tbn n iV1ru&- maac tho men of the pariah will assemble la an. open meeting to wWch members of the various other conferences have been invited. The spirit and the working of the 9t. Vincent de Paul So ciety will he outlined by tne very Rev, J. P. Orpuln, V. G.f pastor of St. Patrick; John Doyle, President of the Particular Council, andi E. J. O'Brien, President of St. Patrick's home-comin- VBA1 JUTO X.ASO BXEV, POXX, and Mrs. Ray Due, Covington. years Mulfloy, sixty-si-x All Xlada of Rmoked Meat Mrs. Rose old, widow of Philip Mulloy, passed JOS EA8T JEFFfcRSON STREET to her eternal reward Sunday morning at her residence, 1825 Bank City 7804 street, following a short illness. She Home Phone, Cumb. Phone, West 412-is survived by a son, James Mulloy, and three daughters. Misses RoVe & and Margaret Mulloy and Mrs. T. L. Brennen, all of Louisville. Funeral services wefe held Tuesday moraine: at St. Patrick's church, where AND she had long been a respected and 1800 WEST MARKET STREET devout member. Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J Mrs. Mary O'Daly. a pioneer member of St. Louis Bertrand church, widow of Cant. John O'Daly, died GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE Thursday morning at her home, 1030 Sbuth Sixth 6treet. ijne was E. born In St. Louis seventy-eigyears ago, but came to Louisville in PLUMBING childhood. She Was a member of and was always an Repair Work Promptly Attended To tho Third Order active worker in church affairs. Sur1009 MARY STREET viving her are tour sons1, Eugene, Phone City 5708 O'Daly, Joseph, Thomas and John Alice and two daughters, Miss Pre. O'Daly and Sister Scholastlca, of the Karic Sal, v. aaeoBS, ceo. aao areaa ?. Dominican order, stationed at St. Catherine's Academy at Springfield. CO. L. (SRAUMAN The funeral and requiem mass took Incorporated place Thursday morning, attended IB All SOaAa eS BttU aal by numbers of tho older residents Deal tor rtxtar, saraa, oaaa jmcuh of the parish. tors, nov Oaaea, Cecatxs, , W Friends and relatives sympathize Kentucky with Mr. and Mrs. William V. from whom the Angel of Death daughter R. A. has taken their year-ol- d Annette Funeral took place Thursday morning from the residence DRUGS pf her grandfather, Dr. J. Steven- ' Prescriptions Our Specialty street, son, 2330 West Jefferson "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" with requiem mass at St. Anthony's PHONES: church. Tuesday morning the funeral of Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 1881 and 1882 Frank Dockweller took place from of which he St. Martin's church, FOURTH AND IHLL STREETS was an old and respected member. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. K. A. Xrpp Chaa. B. Xrapp Katie Dockwoller, 633 East BreckinHome Phone, City 700S ridge; two sons, Frank E. and John S. Dockweller, and four daughters, KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Misses Flora and Elsie Dockweller, Wholesale and Retail Mrs. John BIshoff, all of Louisville; Con-le- e, John Henrv Miller. Jr.. twentv- ono years old. beloved son of 'John H. and Bertha Miller, i99 Vine street, passed from this life Tuesday morning, leaving a wide circle of relatives and acquaintances who mourn his untimely death. Funeral services were held Thursday morning at Holy Trinity church. member. PHONES 1000 LYNNHURST AVENUE Cumb., South 2B-- J CALL US FOR Oil and Grease Keatncky Consumers boalsvlll FOR ALL PURPOSBS O.'l Company MORE LUMBER is used in the construction of your home than any other material. We furnish the best lum- Fihe's Pharmacy ber at reasonable prices. ' ' ' SEE US ' ' OUR BEST SALESMAN GOOD SERVICE IS WILL B. MILLER TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY 2750 COMPANY PHONES: SOUTH 2750 HENRY FISCHER PORK PACKER Boiled Hams a Specialty FOR PROGRESSIVE WORK PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE Wo Heartily Recommend the Frank Hartman HOUSE PAINTERS Laundry Sons Progress PHONES 299 Co. BOTH MENDING DONE DECORATORS FREE Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radios Jewelry 408 Shop ht ROBERT SCHULER SdUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Opea Evenings Until B P. M. L. P. Blackburn C. E. Davis BLACKBURN & DAVIS PLUMBING AND HEATING 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY East 572 Highland 72 aaalTla-- JHe. ARRIVED IN IRELAND. ia waws acAxv Donai O'Callagban, Lord Mayor of Cork, has arrived safeUy Jn Ireland, Michael Francis Doyle, his counsel, announced Saturday in Watflrlngton. Neither ithe date nor manner Df the departure of ithe Lord Mayor was Hb Pheaav Wtr rtiur lt , FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER, AVENUE LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE ONLY) CASKETS AND 100 KAST BURNETT AVKNUB Hose Phoae, CKy 88 Cuab., Main 490 Home, City 4990 PALAOI 0L1ANXRS Ineorporated k DYIK1 Work Called For aad tellT8wd a87 WB8T MARKBT STRRJW Shawase 2702-L Conference. Dmlfns's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE KXPKRT GLKANBRS OF LADIJW' AND GKfTLSOHN'B WBARING JOHN B. WATHEN rUBNTTURR M0VIN9 AJfD PAOKDf m. m Boa Tnr-ml- k gtaawaae 1911 Wwt ! TX)WG DMTANCW HAULDfW APPRECIATED APPARKj ARTHUR H. ROHMANN. Manager THHtD A SOUTHERN PARKWAY Phoae Parkway 119 8. W. Cer. Tklrd awl Walaat Sta. Home Phone, City 3147 Hern Perfeoto Sehror's M&f3rHoi8?D Touvmt Ofcte nwT80OTiFlWON n tuff lew- - rtB, Wholesale Mid Retail OYSTERS, GAME AMD Wrer Fa ITRMT PRANKPORT. hiimai Marv TirWan! Bllaabeth (UNION MADB) Incorporated Meavber and Jane Mrha; of Heme Phono, Oity 8041 beea. 8B&VIOI, PXOMPTNXM AVD FraakloH, "who hae home at fh for have returned aaa arwmn ummer, AC0USA0? SCHROER BROS. MMiew. Meacaer war graduated wKh hflo- BaViMuwa Read aad Eopaert Afa. or aad Maaafaatwww of FOTB Cfl0A9 pro- , C41 BAT JWFTWWW ImOUfl! gramma. Sat HttaUad 119 Sokrs Bawara Oigar Frances of Rome parochial echool held dts closing exercises Sunday evening with an intereatin programme In the church. Two graduates, Masses Lucille Blake, and Guetlg, were awarded diplomas'. The Rev. Father John H. THWv iha rvaWvr ttolhrered an able addrms ton "CiwiaMaiu Education" and closed the eaercieea wrfth benediction of the Blessed Saorament. Ju-He- s SCHOOL CLOSED. t Ernest Oatey Drug Co. Qc-don- ! tbWeal WM. P. BANNON announced. Under a ruling o'f the NATIONAL CASKET CO. department, O'Callagban, who came OOXTKAOTINa PLASTEESK to thte country to testify before the Incorporated commtoirton investigating conditions Eleventh and Magaalse Streets BROOK AND BLOOM la Ireland, had until June 6 to re-ahlp as a seaman. Satisfactory proof CKy 8880 Cumb. 8. 154 South 847-tbaU O 'Oaltatfhan has len tnte coun- City 4597 depart-metry .has been furnished the Job Work Promptly Attested To Home Phone, Shawnee 899 of Labor by Doyle, It was announced at tine depwtmlent. "The LEO H. WEBER JOHN F. WILL satfenedl tbkt department Designer aad Xallder et complied in every way wltli CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION the ruling' of the department, that MODKRN H 6 M K S COMPANY he leave the United States wttnin Plane and Bstlraatea Cheerfully GENERAL CONTRACTORS specified time." Secretary Henning Farntehed Reinforced Concrete, Wreektog, MM. ltlB SOUTH PRWSTON 8TRaT , Excavating aad Graaltold Werk IVTHURfiTING HXBRCISM3. 330 WESTERN PARKWAY 7, F. Valinoti Eleotrio Co. Diplomas were proaunted to thirty members of the grmdnaJtoff claes of "We Use the. GolfleH Rale" C. A. KOERNER & CO. St. Anthony's parochial school at 913 WBST MARKBT STRBKT fceMf Sunday exereJees GENERAL CONTRACTORS Mroon Vt St. Antfeear' ahuroh. INDUSTRIAL City 4782 LIGHT AND POWjR OFFICE AND YARD: iN8TAiJATioNg, jtwmmKam SeHlaUK Jtotfeer SejM aervieec W at . O'Cal-lagh- in . AaM'vwed the MMwiummi tiL ff WWD WLrUNQ, PIXTUIUBf, LAMP AND IWPArjW FLOYD AND BCRNMTT LOUISVILLW, XT iiVi t ,4m v fLSr mrpjSkiJ&Sfu, f. . . ' ..'. . ', ifHjifc'.i.fcfeial.-AiS- J L . i . atuwxfcTwyojfcrv 'k'kfc&'k'k c AA . -- JMbBtoMtooau A A A A'j AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-AAAAAAAA- HINGS FIRST HIGH MA88, PHONE 2635 For Best Service and Quality of Work in the City Men's STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN AND suits suits... Men's three-piecMen's light weight overcoats two-piec- e e $1-5- 0 5 GROVE 1,75 , Waists Plain skirts Pleated skirts.... Men's medium weight overcoats Wool and silk dresses Evening and fancy dresses Cotton dresses - W $00 to 225 2.50 to 3.00 to d.w J Moonlight Trips. For excursion season of 1921 has a few more dates still open. Better secure dates now before all are taken. Apply at Wharfboat, Third and River. Phones Main or City 141. C. C. FULLER, ' Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks White Material Z5e fcxtra AVcn2,00 $1-50 up PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY HARRY B. DRIVER IPROPRIESTORS 42i WEST CHESTNUT STREET. SON Superintendent AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAftAAAAAAAAAAAj THE VERY BEST BflSYAKBHBBBBBh for this Coffee. This is thebest Coffee for the pric on the market. Give us a trial. Coffee Prices Lower Wo of for excellent Coffee, ORf Oit three pounds for means only another decrease over the old price This thronged last Sunday when Rev. Father William Burlco sank ihls first solemn high mass. The Very Rev, Father Heenan, O. P., the prior, preached a powerful sermon. As slsting Father Burko wore the Rev. J. It. Clark, Rev. J, L. Finnerty and HOME The acolytes Rev. J. B. Dawkiris. wore Hubert Higgjns and Bernard OF Kilkenny; first thurlfer, James Kilkenny; second, thnrlfor, Robert HIGH CLASS PICTURES Caldwell; Riley Bare-forAND The early education of Father Burke yas gleaned at Sacred GOOD MUSIC. Heart school, and later he attended public schools here and thep went to St. Mary's College In Marlon PERFECT FITTING county. His first .preparation for the priesthood was when he attend- SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES ed the Dominican Aquinas College, step to O., 2 Columbus, goal and his nextnovitiate, was at tho ward that $ at Somerset. O. Six years ago he entered the House of Studies, Wash ington, D. C. In all, he spent elev en years of study for the priesthood. He will .return shortly to Washing ii ton to continue his studies. Father Burke has four brothers Vincent I; C. Burke, cashier at the Postomce; Oculists' Prescriptions. Charles E. Bjurke, a postal clerk; Joseph Burke, oennected. with the Carter Dry Goods Company, and SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY Thomas F. Burke, engaged in the ntooKpeuTm ! realty business hero, and one Bister, Fourth and Chestnut. Miss Mary Burke. St. iLouia Borland church was WALNUT THEATER mniiimntwioMiti(iw HERMAN Sims SONS J We Qlya and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. cross-beare- r, d. BOYS' SUITS j OQ ASK FOR $10 j EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS CHARITY WORKERS. Next Thursday a. garden party and dance wilJ take place at Sen- nlngs' Park, which promises to be a most delightful affair. The proceeds' will be for charity, and the numbers who have accepted, invitas. tion and tickets should assure The following girls have charge of tho tickets: Misses Ceclla e Sullivan. Elizabeth Campbell Knekelkamp, Evelyn. Sehllng1-er- , Lena Mae Jaxon, Aline O'Connor, Lucllo O'Connor, Adalalde Mary Arnold. Luclle,Dant, Ruth O'Brien, Mary Baldwin, Madeline Baldwin. Jane Speak, Mary Ross, George 'Mra. Margaret Nord. Rankin Js Chairman of the committee, which has arranged for special car service. sue-ces- JOHN M. MULLOY 212 "WEST MARKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 Hemstitching Pleating Buttons Beading Braiding Beaked Bags Repaired Irma-gard- $10 PRODUCTS ....s...,tmttttmtttt)Mtt((,t1tttt8)w' DAIRY PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. am Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phono, Main 3580-- 4 EWING'S We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate terials, splendidly tailored and fin ;; ished. ii THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NQW i i : i i Rlt-ze- r, ELECTRIC LIGHTS , HOT BATHS Russell 3U7-- 8 Service Shoppe THE NAJIE KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEANS WATERS APARTMENTS Ti.n Furnished For Housekeeping and Furniihed Rooms r.itv 4240 l Boston Building Xellte Russell, Manager. PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his Interests If you sell K. & I. PRODUCTS West Chestnut DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST SWISS CLEANING -- KLABORATK PROGRAMME. OF 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 tNCORPORATK) Office 017 South Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. ZNOoaroxAVflo. Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers. Scientific Clasalcal, and Buslnose The marriage of Miss Noll Bwlmmln? Pool, well Equipped and .T. P.' Flynn took place Terms moderate. last week at the St. Alovsius church. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Pewee Va'loy, Father Pops offlc'at-InMrs. C. Edward Mahoney. sister of the bride, was m'atron of NAZARETH COLLEGE. A very elaborate programme has Practice limited to diagnosing of and correcting defects of Eyesight been promised the membersClub the at St. Helena's by the fitting of proper glasses. their social meeting on Monday evening, June 27, at the PresentaSUITE 315 STARKS BLDG. tion Academy, Fourth and Breckinridge. There will be a most enTlilrd Floor joyable talk by their ptannch friend COIt. FOURTH AND and- supporter, Itev. Father Daniel WALNUT STREETS j.n.fr. o. F. M.. nnd n splendid rendering of Liszt's Concerto No. 2 Home Phone, City 1180 for the iilano, played by M!s Marie HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR Dumsto-- r and Prof. Patrick BY APPOINTMENT OMier nlenoIng number will by Martha be a recitation It jour boy an sdaeatloa th will iFiRoher and a .Tapne?e fan drill by prepare tntm ror ux twelve girls from St. Mary s school All who come will enjov the even College ing and no one will be disappointed Itt "W. Broadway, Iiomlarill, Xy. HAPPILY .WEDDED. - Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. 'in Incorporated Dealers FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS ' WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS CITY HALL HLDG.. JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4263 1126.1196 WEST MARKET ST. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CORNS,BUNIONS Iflironhz Md Abntraal Nails JelwiKleiKr O'Sul-Ilvat- i, M-!- s St. Xavier's W. ife4v.few Or. Uriah Z. Lltsey More than Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a toUi TnitH deposit of more 50,000 $13,000,000, U the than monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Ghirpli.l 507 MARKET AT SECOND Stark. BniUioi Both Pbo?e Course, Preparatory Department, Large Gym-naalu- Ma-hon- L.K0ELLNER PLUMBER 628 S, SECOND STREET ' MM g. IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK "ASK YOUR GROCERS." LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Is open to all High School Graduates desiring to pursure a course' of higher education. Courses leading to bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees are planned according to the best standards of our American Educational System. SISTER DUI..A, Dean 851 South Fourth Street Louisville, Ky. honor and 'Oooge Francis' Do wl hug. St. Louis, was the best man. After Both IMioncs iJ344 a wedding breakfast at tliie home of the bride's mother,. Mr. and Mrs. wecldlne- trlu. Home IMioue City 3820 Flynn left for They will be nt home after July 1 In Most Attractive Restaurant Washington, Ind.. SLit ion. 1 Where the Quich Meal Comes In Neat-Union TWIV TITY LKAC.r GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS FINE CANDIES HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering anal Furnace Repairing Candy Pullingsand Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawneo 2347 ARCOLA IIOX AVA'XEB nEATINO Rain Interfered with the games in the Twin City League last Sunday and thoso 'games are automatically dropped from the season's schedule. The schedule tomorrow cal's for (onto good contests and Manager Walter Murphy and his veterans of team the Knights of Columbus claim t,hey will knook Trinity Council for their first defeat of the season. Other games are Knights of St. John vs. St. X. and Mackin vs. Delisle. HENDERSON. Geo. Waidlein Delicious Restaurant 017 AVcst Brondwiij, Louisville Pastries a Specialty. Where the BOSM brightest ; Where the work tightest; Where the meal u cooked beat; Where the range nUtntU the Uwt where the Tht "Qolck deal" oocaes Qmlalc Meal Where Where doaaj work It eooktec mmw real raaj Where baldag in light; Where drudge fa m eight That's where tt "Quick Meal" 'mm Sold, InaUllcd ud Knights o Columbus of Morgan PAINTS AND VARNISHES Hold. Uniontown, Wiaverly, Evans-521-2- 3 City 38 PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY COURT PLACE PLUMBER City 38 ville and Henderson met at the lat GAS FITTING .. SEWSRAGE ter citv last Sunday for a joint In Best Service Moderate Prices illation, when a clasa of seventy-fiv- e . G35 SOUTH JACKSON STREET 6 SOUTH SHELBY ST. candidates received the degrees. Phones City 5826; Main 1264 Following the initiatory ceremonies LOUISVILLE, KY. STEAM a banquet was served, at which the DOMESTIC O. L. Drury, Morgan- Home Phone, Shawnee 803 sneakers were field: La Vega Clements, Owens- - Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kentucky boro; the Rev, Father B. J. BoTand, HENRY GOSS Coal produced, anu can tnereioce iuruisu your icijuucuicuia wuu iuc uosi Henderson, and L. Ii. Roberts, and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal ROOFING, GUTTERING. SPOUTING Evansrille. us have your order TODAY. NOW. Let Tin Roofs Repaired nad Palated We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special NEW ALBANY. Asphalt Shingle a Speecialty reducad prices on car load shipments. SOU WEST BROADWAY Twenty-fou- r students of Holy HARVEY-JELLIC- O Trinity parochial school, New Al(XMCORPORAVM) bany, received certificates of H. A. DOLL at the anrniaJ commencement Pepo and Payno Streets. Yard and Elerator, exercises of the school held in the CONCRETE WORK Magnolia. Yard 1600 8. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Bulldingr. school auditorium Friday night. The Main 033. City 14C0. Main Office 411 8tarks CONTRACTOR AND BUILDBR Rev. Charles Curran, pastor or Holy '621-62Trinity church, presented the cer3 BAXTER AVBNUB tificates. A musical and literary Either Phone programme was presented. 319-32- RALPH C. SHAW THE BLATZ QUALITY rP?wir j. Qrirvr w vrn, viiiJJU fwwowowiif iiwih 3- GulRaato llg ly lUoomw.B.rf - 215 MARKET ST ) ia GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. COAL- - sans-factio- n f Funeral Director and 810. Embalmeri ? BOTH PHONES COAL COMPANY I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, t ftrl'tl ! (?rad-uati- on w9anoaa f I'ti''i-it4ift- Brighten Up Electrically! DOUGHERTY & McELUOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition o attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING PURN1TORE Both Phones 2406 PRIESTS' LEAGUE. To HelpYou TFlth Yonr Cleaning x'nono us xi oiv. REUTLINGER A CO. Adolph KetlljBger FiSE TORNADO, IKSURAJCOE AND ELECTRIC. Main 1800 SPECIALTY ZMOoaroKJinD COMPANY LIABILITr PLATS GLASS Res., Shawnee 123. SOUTH THIRD City 6910 8TRKBT 1863-- L City 897 B28 WEST JEFFERSON Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Pianta. Crystal Electric Washer and rmUMt m4 Sullivan Transfer Co. iH&orporated GBNBRAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRIDB PARTOKI" 1129 WB8T MAIN 8TRBT Right Rer. Joseph Schrembs' has issued an announcement that the iBeerpentted next imeetlng of the Prleate' Euchar-Jstl- c League wjll' be held In San 333-33- 5 WEST MAIN" ST. Francisco on August 10 and 11 next. Tho convention goes to San Francisco .at ithe lnvJitkUon of Most Rev, Edward J. Hanna. Laat year's Home Phone, Parkway 60 convention of ;the League was held Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J in Philadelphia, and waa attended by about 560 priests from all secFRED WARNS, tions of the United States., Clty-135-Maln Childers Elect. Co. Funeral Directors BOTH Cumb. Maia 2998-- a and Embalmersi . EJtroisrjBj(S. iIMIIHlftIUIIIHHmMIIHHHlimnttlfH uvnui'uuiifiBS J- - Heme City 2908 JR. PLAY COLUMBUS NEXT. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST AVtWtVVWVVVVVWVVAVtV uvsx iuaajJiii.A.JL haia M. I. iJUNHH, Hmt. r VMrVna ,nr TfM rfK ( IfvM W IP. BANN0N PIPE Uwt awl laaata' FatMt LUtal FltM CO. ' Calvert Pipe, t Win Ttti, M. - Li4, tke ftrat . Cfii, a4 Bllr TU, Fir Wall Brkfe ,a . Pi for St CeMtoks, Irala Tib, Vttrlftt Clay. itck, Tejw, 1 Cumht 07. OFFICE S3tf SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONB CITY X WOm-TWr. Wk MAIN The Loulavilto ball ToUedo aga4n this afternoon, to morrow and. Monday, ami (from there th club wilt go to Ookimbu GOIKG for a series of four g&mea. Neither IF SO CALL eeem to furnteh of Cohimbue OSTRADER &. HARRIS Toledo eonxpetHloa and1 our boy real MATTHEW HAMHON dlKHtrd stay around' .that top rung HARMA0Y Wo. 2 of ithe tedder lor anoUior little bit RHgnNsNOB, 1W1 BAST HAXKBT MOHTBHNTH AND MADISON 8TS. at leaM. FoUowHg the Cutueibus FOR ftertee 'the lub eemen home for a ALL HOURS DAY OK NIOHT , L0UI6VILL1. KY. three daw rtay and then goe on a tour of ithe Weatera': eWes. It J to he .hoped that Hllte will he baok D. IX, Arohb'lehop of Chicago, an UPHOLBTBRING, la tha same la the next tew days alumnus of St.. Vincent's College, OARL 8TOLL, the Right Rev.Bihop and the eJub wH be fit tor iforelsa BmtAy, Dfej'te received hi eikieatkm, will Selds. at TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. team will ptay TBLEPHONH YOUR DRUG WANTS 'i J. BARRETT'S 50NSI FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. FISHING? f MINNOWS Ky tS4. ',WiHHiJt Sflfli E)at t Adifsdbi Stx4 WUm MtS-- T V JVsWVf W IWVB9f ..tJ.JJ ,f '.. 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