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IRISH AMERICAN Mansion Houso In Dublin on Monday, which presumably will form a preludo to a further reply by De PHONE: HOME OR MAW Bery DrWer an Itoott LoikfWTaiakfcTrMifrlt Incorporated ieoo VOLUME XLVH.-N- O. XOUISVILLE, SATURPAY, JULY 2, 1921. Invitation for a conference at the J.ho PRICE FIVE CENTS. aftMAAAAAUAiUAAAAAitAAAftAAAAAAAA RIGHT THE CONVENTION' HvROG." 5 STIRRING FgANKf ORT DRAMA. ) DANTE Sixth Centenary of Death of Cham- Valera to Thcro la a popular demand, not only fromDcniocrntic voters, but Independent voters w ho. Intend to, support too Democratic t ticket, that the Democratic City and County" Commlttco right tho i c glaring wrong of last week's convention. For two montlis or more c L. D Grceno, a young Democratic lawjer with a following second t to none, had been a candidate lor County Judge.- - Thcro was no c British Prlmo THE DAY FOR ALL. Everything is sot and ready for Louisville's r celebration of the Fourth of July on londay at the annual picnic and reunion for the benefit of tho orphans on the shady and beautiful grounds surrounding St. Vincent's Orphan Home, Payne and Cavewood. For weeks past many committees have been at work In an effort to make this the greatest and most successful. Fourth of July event yet hold hero, and it Is almost certain that with a pleasant day this result will be attained. Tho meeting of committees Monday night, the la: before the picnic, was a rousing and enthusiastic one, evory Chairman reporting "Ready." This week much tlmo was given to arranging the various booths and stands and the grounds were never In better shape. There has been a generous response to Barney Campbell's appeal for chickens, shipments having been received from Bardstown, Leltchfield, Irving-toNow Haven, Unlontown and many other points In the State. All those having books wero urged to make their returns as soon as poswolcoma sible. A most letter, wishing every success and a wonderful day for the orphans and containing a check for $100, was received from Mrs. E. R. Bradley, Lexington, whose husband last week gave $5,000 for tho orphans of Kentucky. Thero will bo a variety of amusements In operation from the opening to the closo, and the dinner and supper will satisfy everybody. Donations and supplies may bo sent to the following depots, whero they will be gathered by the Transportation Committee: George J. Hablch, 942 East Mar n, pion of Truth, Justice and Charity. On ; c c c c c e t t - t s c e organized or ecn rumored opposition to his candidacy, At tho eleventh hour, or on tho convention floor,' thqnaino of Judgo James 1, Gregory was proposed, and in a mysterious manner which docs not speak well fox fair play enough delegates were "influenced" to Gregory, tho latter not even being present at tho convention. Tho Evening Tost hi championing Judge, Gregory's coudidacy THE DAY FOLLOWING THE CONVENTION made tho absurd claim that Judgo Gregory would add 2,500 votes to tI,o Democratic ticket. There are more than that number of Democrats who rep member Grogorj's bitter attack on tho Democratic party and years ago in open speeches, and theso speeches just four were thought of so highly by tho Republican Campaign Committee that they wero published in book form and circulated among tho voters. Tho great majority of Democrats prefer Mr. Grceno for that nomination, and will vote so in a primary if need be. Chairman Jolin O. Doolan and his associates of tho Democratic Commit tee must realize this, and should endeavor to withdraw Gregory, maklnc tho primary contest unnecessary. lead-orslii- September 14 of Tills Year a World Will Do Him' s Reverence. -- 5 ii- Is ip Perfected iff' I' Cliristinn Character oh Model Presented by Jesus of ) Nazareth. ' - FATHER. MUNTSOroS TRffiUTE. ) 5- UJlMJWrAPMrJl (YVyVYYVYVVVVYVVYYVYYt REPUBLICANS Have Conventions of Tlirco Colors, White, Black and j Tan. Judgo Huston, Quin Will Bo Asked Embarrassing Questions on Stump. I Near Major Smitli Squelched by Bosses and .Gambling Explanation Held. COL, PETTY 1$ HEBE AGAIN. city and county Republican machine under tho guidance of Ches Searcy, Matt Chilton, "Governor" -- Burllngam and - their aides put forth, another mighty effort for "reform" this week and tho machine organ, tho Louisville Herald, tolls what perfect harmony prevailed among the white and black and tan delegates selected for tho Tho black Republican convention. and tan deloagtes selected at tho different negro barber shops where conventions were held went on record for Judge Huston Quln, purity and righteousness. Possibly through oversight the Herald failed to tell Us readers just how many negro delegates wero present at the convention and in publishing the list failed to tell who was white, who was black and who was tan. For Instance In the Ninth ward there delegates, cloven of are twenty-on- e whom arc negroes, under tho leadership of Harvey Burns, tho official city colored undertaker, who is reported to have controlled several of the gambling places by the May grand jury. Tho Tenth ward, which Is composed of 80 per cent, negro population, sent delefifteen out of the thirty-sigates, and the colored brother and sister Republican politicians said they were going to protest to "Mr. Chesley" about not having blffsor representation. On the other hand, some of tho "Illy white" Republicans bitterly protested against the large number of negro delegates selected. Their chief grievance was not that they pron would, block the gramme, but frankly said the Scottish. Rite Hall was only a fair sized hall, and with the torrid weather there would be much discomfort caused by too close a communion with, the black and tan sisters and brothers. Another oversight of the Herald was that at the negro barber shop elections strong recommendations: were adopted Indorsing Gov. Morrow's stand In tho John pardon Dough (correct spelling) case, "Howdy Ed's" negro followers b'elng loud In their praise of his pardon, record, many of theso sterling workers tor "reform" sayh ing that ho hopod that "the would tuhn out a whole lot moah as dar wuz meny a good niggah 'publican In do pen." Resolutions were also adopted thanking the Board of Safety and Col. J'otty for the Keystone police, who have proven, universal favorites with the colored gamblers and burglars. Sev- eral of the leading colored RepubTho local men-tolned x Searcy-Chilto- Guv-na- Itniina k demnatlon of the May and June" grand juries who put the nan temporarily on tho gambling games, but the speaker said summer time would bo harvest , time as no grand lit SMHlnn and tlio fulvii umnlil collectors lat nlgltH RenubllcRn said "Lot's o." Tho Herald said that at the discontrict convention and in the big"Harvention, harmony prevailed., mony" must be a nickname for Ches Searcy, for as far as one can see Boss Searcy was master o the situation and picked ,the Republican ticket from Judge Huston RepubQuia down $o Constable. licans of th Old Guard, like Vflltoon. Marshall Bullitt, Jamas Grinrtead and C, Bullitt, Wood Aston, 'had no vole Ja the convention walla Councilman Kick 1 varo sovnrft In ihnlr COU" ex-Go- v. a Keelvr 'Ben Watt, DMMraclo. Jailer J- - H-- Sr'Jrx ! and their friends were th'rown to the wolves In short order. The n machine rode rough shod over tho gentlemen named above and while they wero being sacrificed all the llttlo fish Republicans, white and black, chortled with glee. To add Insult to Injury n machine darod tho Ross, Dcntinzio, Ban- or any of tho rest to run in tho primary. They wero told to wAtch the fato of the negro Lovett in the Tenth ward. Lovctt Is a candidate for Legislature and in tho last election 5,354 Republican votes wero cast, nearly 5,000 of that amount being nogro maotcs. Yet tho chine will show a majority of that negro vote cast for tho wliito candidate) againsfc Ixivctt, one of tholr own race. This is the warning to Ross, Denunzio, Barr and the rest. Wonder if Judge Huston Quln will approve tho methods of tho machine In this knock-dow- n and drag-ou- t Of course thtf hypocritical affair. Herald will tell Its readers that absolute fairness prevalled Right now In this connection we want to say that tho Democratic Commltteo sohuld issue invitations to the long lost Men's Federation leaders and all Independent voters to take a stroll through the Tenth ward on that day and see for them selves bow "reform" works. This Invitation goes specially tor Rev. M. P. Munt and Rev. Dr. Welch. Tho Interest In the Emmart decision are as a shows that the people whole Interested In the affairs of party this year, the 'Democratic and all are anxious and pulling for a good ticket to clean out the sham reformers, Keystone police and tho hick firemen. White voters, mon and women, are keenly Interested In the Democratic ticket and a man like W. O. Head, Prof. J. H. Itick- mond, M. O. Curd, James L. Gar- nett, freu iieisKer, or unanes ti. Knight can lead tho ticket to victory. The ticket selected at the recent convention on the whole Is a strong ono and one that will appeal to the voters. Thero are a couple of changes that can be adjusted by the committee and its advisers that will make It a winner. Tho nomination of County Judge should be given to L. D. Greene, this being the most Important change and with one or two alterations the ticket will ride to man victory over tho chine gang. Tho voters do not relish the Idea of Judge Huston Quln deserting the Court ofr Appeals bench and four years yet to serve. It Is supposed that Quln will try to hang on one and run for the other, but public opinion will forqe him to resign. In that event tho mahclne proposes, to name near Mayor Smith as Quln's successor to serve until tho 1922 By the way, havo you election. noticed how they have squelched the poor old near Mayor on the phono situation, the carfare question and all other matters of Interest to the taxpayers? Recently Smithy announced that ho was going to Issue a long statement explaining why tho grand Jury discovered so much- gambling under his reign, but he was squelched by tho machine bosses it is thought, and not a sound comes from the The Inst time the near Mayor. public heard from him was oni the daylight saving question and one of the arguments advanced In favor of the near Mayor and Davy Roee'e daylight saving method was that It gave one an opportunity to got away early and play golf. Many of the L. & N. shopmen, iconslstlng of Bectlon bollermakers, blacksmUhs. hands and others, aro loud In thelf praise of near Mayor Smith for giving them time to play golf attcr a strenuous working day. Wonder how many tollers and workors does the near Mayor meet In his dally play on the golf links. Now that Judge Huston Quln Is of the going to bo standard-bearrtennblican machine many voters anxiously await his explanation and ueienso or tne present misut aumH- Istratlon. Tie will have to explain whv Police Cantabs Gtaelda and Stuckor were removed as Captains detectivps wnue and then madfc under charges. Also what became of Night Chief Laird. He will also he expected to tell how much was for collected from automoblltets violation, of the parkins laws who 61 th money now, and ha char It mut be quite a sum as many Tjmo coland many a $3 flna lected ht taree year aid a half. Juae Qtoia may alto explain why Oayt. Ctafran played '1 Spy" with of Pete Bitaer'e two track load Searcy-ChiltoSearcy-ChiltoScnrcy-Ohiltn- n Searcy-Chiltoor "The pardon came in the nick? of time," as played by Morrow, Galvin, Dough & Co. f ket. Rectory,, Twenty-eovenand Chestnut, George J. Butler, Twenty-firand Portland. Morlarty & Bro., Sixth and Kenst South Fourth. St. Charles Rogers Church Goods Co., 129 th whisky and what job Curran holds . ...ff aumiuio- now :. unaer 11.. .1 roiurm nmlnl.-tne flJsO Want ATntlV will Irntlnn Judge Quln to tell In his beautiful way how Collector Lucas' special Butler, was appointee, Tommy lulled to sleep wmie tour oarreis oi wVilokv worn Rwlned within a few teat of Tommy's slumbers. The juikui. Republican sianuara-oeare- r explain why the big majority of cntt tfi rlrlnlf nronrletors are be ing assessed for his candidacy, and what are he or ms oacKers promising for lhat support." But thesad? mH nnrt nf the camnalen is that the poor old Keystone police and hick are being niciteu ior fireman 945 npieco by tho machine, nnd wo want to seo thd Judge daro deny this before his audiences, or docs ho think it is alright. The Democrats can look forward to a pleasant Inning quizzing no .Turin on A if ho balks the public can punish him for contempt of court. Tnat nnn word more for Our KOOd friend Col. Petty, whom we haven't heard from In a long time until Thursday morning, when he pulled a little comedy stuff for tho Tho Chief told a Courler- Journal reporter that tho Louisville Police Department is nnxious m help rid tho city oftIie "gang of Pretty good brazen bootleggers." tor the Colonel, Isn't It? Oh! well; the Chief always would havo his fun. Aside from the wholesale frnlnfr on the Keystone llnnni- fraffl doing notable police havo been work In their crusade against gambling since the grand Jury censure. car rnt mrtav twn of oru "yaps" made an Important capture ami uroaaway. arat Thlrty-rourt- h resting three criminals aged about qIdvoti vpnrft for nltchinc nickels at They have been highly a line. commended for tne ponce' aouuy displayed and tho next issue or me DsmiMingn tnnrhino hook will con tain photographs of the intrepid wo nave dui o Keystonors. favor to ask of Col. Petty, now that ho la (nllHnir for nubllcatlon again, and that is please let us liavo a parade of tho Keystone ponce uo partment, headed by the- police jazz rehearsing lieon knmi 4lm-- lm without a public performance since tho flay after no ucenmo uiuei. A parade like that would be a bigger advertisement than the State Fair, as the fame of the Keystoners Is not confined to State boundaries. What do you say, Chief? Senrcy-Cliilto- n et . IRELAND Premier UoydSeorgo For lleceiiejliation After ICing'itAppeaL Opens Way WoulAPutr-Sof- i Warfare by Peaceful Methods. Cardinal Logtio Sees Need of tion But Isn't Without Hope. Cau- CONFERENCE TO BE IN LONDON NATIONAL HOLIDAY. July falls "on The Fourth of Monday and the nubile celebration holiday will be of the national generally observed. The words of tho Kentuucky Irish American one year ago again are applicable. Despite the strenuous times and high cost of living, the American people havo cause for rejoicing, and for blesslnca all n.mVa innnmarfthla should return heartfelt thanks. In Louisville the day will be generally observed, with one Qf the greatest of the many gatherings at the orphan's picnic on St. Vincent's. Home Every patriotic cltlzem grounds. flfemiljl cTvonrl inn flflv nr p.veninsT here and help brlng Joy to thos little ones who are witnout earimy parents. The programme win oe for young and old and will prove vory Interesting. , - MOTHER ROSE BBTTEK. condition, of Mother tRoe, head th Sl$4r of- Charity etf wbo haa feen critically Hi at Mary St. changed and KliUbetn Hospital, for th better and bar ha recovery sow teema aasuved. Mother Hoae be ovr IW Sister under her obarf. the. of. Naa-aret- lu . Many will welcome the news that Premier David Lloyd George has sent a letter to both Eamonn de Valera, he Irish Republican leader, and Sir James Craig, the Ulster Premier, declaring the British Government to be anxious that King George's appeal for reconciliation in Ireland shall not have been made in vain. The letter appeals for a conference between representatives of the Government and Southern and Northern Ireland so that tho opportunity shall not bo lost. The letter, which Is dated June 24, Is couched in indontical terms to both President De Valora and Sir James, except for necessary verbal changes, and concludes as follows: "First That you attend a conference In London to explore to the utmost every possibility of settlement. "Second That you bring with you for the purpose any colleague you may select. "The Government will give a safe conduct to all who may be chosen to participate In the conference. Wo make the Invitation with tho fervent desiro to end tho ruinous Conflict which for centuries has divided Ireland and embittered tho relations of the people of the two islands peoples who ought to live in neighborly harmony with each means other and whoso so much not only to the British Empire but to all humanity. We wish that there shall be lacking no endeaver on our part to reallzo the King's prayer. Wo ask you to meet hs as wq shall meet you In the spirit of conciliation for which his majesty appealed." 'The announcement made by Sir James Craig, ) Ulster Premier, that he must consult with his Cabinet before replying to the invitation of Prlmo Minister David Lloyd George to a conference between leaders of the Irish faction and the Government has directed attention to the fact that four members of Eamonn Do Valeri's Cabinet are In Jail the Countess Georgina. Marklevlcz, Minister of Labor, and afioberi Barton, sho arc trader seatlhces of penal Griffith, servitude, and Arthur founder of the Sinn Fein, and Prof. John McNeill, President of the Sinn Fein Volunteers, who' have been held since lat autumn without charge haying been preferred against them The opinion was expressed In high Sinn Fein elrelee that President De tVahwa "would r quest an opportunity to odneuH with them, and that should Sir James Crate's Cabinet ueaalder a of the Mortlwr gaaaral meetis desirable, De ParMauent Valera woaW dtnaad tb: aattt' rblht as inwarda1 th DaH JMreftnn and ask for the release of all its Imprisoned members. In both official and Sinn Fein circles De Valora'a acceptance Lloyd of George's Invitation Is regarded as probable. Cardinal Logue told an Interviewer Tuesday he would regard any overture from Premier David Lloyd George with extreme caution and reserve. He did not believe and could not see, he said, how a mere personal meeting between 'Eamonn Do .Valera and Slr James iCraigxould-d- o much. tho situation, however, not without a .gleam of hope, because the British Ministry mjtst be involved directly and completely by tho proposal. The Primate strongly advocated tho attendance at tho conference Griffith, of Arthur whoso views, ho thought, would be of great value In the proposed negop tlatlons. In tho event of Eamonn De accepting Premier David Valera Lloyd George's Invitation to visit London for a peace conference, It Is altogether probable that the Dominion Prime Ministers now in by the London will be invited British Prime Minister to participate in the negotiations. According to cablegrams received Tuesday assurances reached the British Government from Its agents In Ireland that Eamonn De Valera will accept Premier Lloyd George's Invitation for a peace conference. This is not based on any official or unofficial reply from Do Valera, who declines to say anything until he has consulted the Dall Eircann, but a consensus of what appears to be Sinn Fein sentiment. If the reply Is favorable Lloyd George, De Valera and his colleagues, and Sir James Craig, Ulster Premier, will probably gather In the historic Cabinet room at No. 10 Downing street or at St. James Palace. The meeting would bo private. Dominion Premiers are practically unanimous that Do Valera will accept. Several of the Dominion mlnlshters who were seen had been led to understand that King George had moro to do with inducing Lloyd George to take this bold step than had any"He-regarde- tucky. Mrs. Coughlin's South Third. residence, 3108 Baxter and Christy. There will be satisfactory street car service, special arrangements Joseph J. KIrchdorfer, having been made for extra cars via East Walnut street, which stop at to tho homo and tho entrance grove, where the orphans will give their good friends a most hearty welcome. O'DOIIERTA'AT LEXINGTON. ican Citizenship" was tha subject of tho address delivered last week by "Religious Education and Amer- Judgo Matt O'Doherty before mpmhnra of tha SL Peter branch of tho National Council of Catholic Men In tho Knights ot In Columbus Hall at Lexington. O'Doherty Judge his address sketched the position taken by the Catholic Church In regard to education and how by tho teachings ot the church none of Its members were to be found among the ranks of those who would Join Into the radical movements now on foot throughout the country. Tho Catholic Church, he also declared, by Its position against divorce Was doing much to preserve the sanctity of the homo and the American Government. Ihn Heartbroken, suffering from tha persecutions heaped upon him by a fickle populaco, knowing like his Divine Master "what was In man," Dante, "the central man of tho Middle Ages," one of tho supremo representatives of died at Ravenna, Italy, September 14, 1321. His native city ot Florence, where ho saw the light ot day In May, 1265, and which mlsundeiv stood and persecuted him during life, was not to havo him In the hour of death. But tlmo heals many wounds. Tho fierce enmity begotten of poltllcal strife has died away. Tho bitter contest between Guolph and GhibelHno. In trhfoh Dante sided with the former, to history. But the fame of the Florentine seer has Increased with the centuries. And on September 14 ot this year a world will do him reverence. In Italy tho plans for the celebrations lncludo tho ornamentation ot Dante's tomb, the rearrangement ot tho Mediaeval Museum, the restoration of tho Da Polenta Chapel In San Francesco, and or the adjoining hall containing the Dante relics at Ravenna. This man who had eaten tho broad ot sorrow, who is called the voice of the ten silent centurios, passed the best part of his life In wandering from one city to another, and died a d exile. And yet fow of Italy's distinguished sons aro now honored like the author of the "Dlvlna Commedla." Greatness Indeed does not consist In worldly splendor and In tho plaudits of the city's throng. Hi consists In the moral perfection of character. Danto perfected his ChtIstIaTr"character on the model presented him by Jesus of Nazareth. Seeing him, a stranger upon their streets, the children, pointing their finger at him, whispered" "Thero goes the man who has been In holl." It has been well said that on e of his book he might the have written these words, "That which mine eyes have seen of anguish, that which my ears have heard of woe, that of agony which my heart has felt, I describo unto you." world-literature, bo-lon- gs broken-hearte- , -- title-pag- RETREAT BEGINS FRIDAY. first of the series ot weekend retreats for laymen, to be given under tho auspices of the Knights of Columbus at Gethsemanl Monastery, will begin next Friday. This retreat movement Is meeting with great success elsewhere and should bo appreciated, the Invitation being and extended to as well as tho Knights. These retreats are under tho patronage of Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-huand the entire expense will bo leave Trains will but $13.80. Tenth and Broadway at 825 each returning Monday morning, and will arrive the following Monday morning at 7:40 o'clock. All communications should bo addressed to Secretary John P. Cassllly, 1001 South Brook street. The. non-memb- non-Catholi- cs e, ing work because It presents a message of supreme Importance to all men at all times. As Dr. Hettinger says, "tho Divine Comedy stands pointing toward heaven Ilk a ca thedral ot the Middle Ages, toweiv Ing abovo all similar works of later date. . . It will always remain the masterwork of deep, spiritual Insight Into the meaning of human life. Its fundamental idea Is tho solution of tho great, eternal, only problem of life the delivery from evil, and the final beatification In God, Nor Is such unstinted praise bestowed only by Catholic "Np book," says Commentators. H. W. Mable, "ever swept a wider field of thought, or imbedded itself moro completely In historical Inciand yet no dent and character; book over issued moro directly out of the life of its writer." Dante belonged to the Guelph or Papal or popular party of Italy In The "Divine Comedy" is an undy- "i ... "Eamonn De Valera, tho Irish Republican leader, Is not yet ready to give a definite answer to Premier Lloyd George's letter Inviting him to a conference for an Irish settlement. He has briefly replied to the Premier, howevor, expressing the earnest desire for a lasting peace, but deems unity of Ireland essential to that end. The iTish Bulletin, organ of the Dall Elreann; in a special issue publishes De Valera's to tho British Prime Minister. It Is as follows: "I am conslutlng with such of the principal representatives of our nation as are available. We most earnestly desire to help In bringing about a lasting peace between tho peoples of these two Islands, but see no avenue by which It can be reached if you deny Ireland essential unity. Before replying more tully to your letter 1 am seeking a conference with certain representatives of the political minority in this country," Tho proposal of Premier David Lloyd George for a conference In London on the Irish question between representatives of Southern and .Northern Ireland and the British Government is Impossible of acceptance- In Its present form. This declaration Is made by Eamonn Do Valera. the Irish Ronubllcah lead er, to Sir Jamfe Craig, the Ulster; Te-p- ly one else. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. Sunday afternoon Tho regular Circle, meetings of Louisville Daughters of Isabella, havo been dispensed with for tho months of July and August. During these two months the meeting on the third Tuesday of each will be a combined social and business one. Miss Mary Cummins, by virtue of her office as Vice Regent, has succeded. Miss Tho Rose. Kavanaugh as .Regent. new Regent, Miss Cummins, has just returned from Indianapolis, where she attended a conference of Regents of tho States ot Kentucky, cities Indiana and Ohio. Thirty-on- e were represented at this conference. The Sunset given by tho Daughters 6f Isabella on last Saturday was a huge success and was thor oughly enjoyed by the members and friends of tho Circle. FOSTER'S SPY SYSTEM. Capt. Robort J. Foster, who helped ruin tho Republican administration of Mayor Grlnstead, Is now or at the head of .a strlke-breukln-g ganization la the East, and in a letter to employers says that his men can get Into unions and carry mbr an lntrlguo, "which would re suit In factions, disagreement, resigrremier, m reiny vu m uamvo nations of officers and a general notmcauon mat e can hw. luup, decrease- in membership," Foster's Da Valera In a preliminary coafer- - agency also claims to control the activities of unions and direct their .ua In TUiTtHn. All four SoHthera ttaloolett. JCart! polcl. Judging from his methods Mldieton, Sir Maurice Boekreil. Sir' tha nreeent. Raottblican "reform," Aadrew' admlatetratlofi. oottld, hm Ha former j iuea. ampnj; earth' Robert H. "Wenda , D Valera'a npuiiimwi, utn Jameexm,, have dres. ton ( - perial and aristocratic party. Ho tho bittertherefore experienced ness of political strife. Ho knew what sour disappointments lie In wait for him who champions tho cause of political and social justice. But ho was not moved by or ambition. Ho sought the good of his,, factlon-toFlorence, And though he was driven Into exile, yet now, as wo look back over tho centuries which havo healed tho scars of battle, wo seo that he achieved tho victory. Tbo slogan of Dante In the fierce conflicts Into which he was urged, was "Justice and Charity " These virtues helped him to Interpret tho experiences of his marvelous vision ot hell, purgatory, and heaven. Dante Is the poet of Catholic theology and he could 111 afford to losa sight of theso two queenly virtues. On tho gates of hell he saw written tha line: "Justice the founder of my fabric moved." That Is. divine Justice requires that there must bo such a place as this for the unrepentant sinner. Dr. Gardiner says that, "himself the victim of persecution and Injustice, burning with zeal for tha reformation and renovation of tho world, Dante's impartiality is, in the main, sublime. He Is the man (to adopt his own phrase) to whom Truth appeals from her Immutable throne. Impartiality, truth, justice and charity these will infallibly heal social evils today and gufd& mankind to the, path of lastl&g ppace. But fow there are who are deeply penetrated and Inspired by virtues. The "Dithe vine Comedy"," one ot the supreme masterpieces, of tho world's literature, is the meet eloquent epolojry fpr tbe per.ennlal aed ot taeca vlr-, self-seekim They wero tho Middle Ages. posed to tho Ghlbelllnes, tho op- Im- ' fM 4 i, .; v aeet4 ". sorrow;" ehfU li JUCXHOTTCTOBtrxr :hKENTUCKY JIXSXi A.dCESeiOJVe -- Paul's church, on church grounds, Jackson and Kentucky. AVIDESPREAD SORROW. ffitAffiSm couNCTjji July 26 Moonlight excursion of Bertrand Club on Steamer America. Words can not - adequately deAugust 3 St. Aloysius church scribe the shock caused by the annual picnic and outing, on church sudden and untimely death of ..SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1921 grounds, Pewee Valley. LOUISVILLE, KY Frank McGrath, who was struck August 10 Annual picnic and by an. automobile at Fourth and of Holy Trinity gross injustice. In reality he Is an chicken supper ANNIVERSARY. on church grounds at St. Walnut streets Monday afternon, enthusiast In the matter ot disarm- church Matthews. The Kentucky Irish American ament the disarmament of those terrible Sinn 'Felners, and In. order Arts saw the light upon tho Fourth to effect this the good man Would years ago, and stop ot July twenty-thre- e at nothing. For this purpose therefore with this number nears he has emptied the prisons of their anniversary two strong-arme- d twenty-fift- h element, and pressed Its into service the gunmen of the years hence.. That our efforts are Miss Winifred Broderlck has gone armed td appreciated Is evidenced by the fact Blums and sent them all, Nay more, to Chlcabo to spend some time. tho teeth, Into Ireland. Mrs. Robert Callahan left last that the management has been en- he lias a choice collection of spies week for n short stay in St. Louis. abled to go .through the war period In every port In the United States, Miss Hallie Stader, ot Colesburg, without Increasing Its subscription we are told, who secretly check up has been visiting Mrs. J. Ford, of rates and stands today stronger the cargoes of outward ships, all Third street. In the interest ot the high cause ot Miss Olive Talbott has been visthan ever. For this we give thanks disarmament of tho Sinn Felners. iting her sister, Mrs. Louis Guthrie, our readers and advertising pa- Now what moro could one expect at Bardstown. to Misses Clara Landes and MisB trons, and hope and pray that they the good man to do? By the way, CinFrances Heverln aro good health nothing would v please tho Premier cinnati and Latonia. visiting at may enjoy continued Miss Lillian Reagan, of Pewee and live to celebrate with us our better than to see the Government and people of the United States In Valley, was tho week-en- d guest of silver jubilee. active opposition to Sinn Felners. Miss Gladys Barr, Deer Park. living only eighteen minutes. In Mrs. Mary E. Daughorty, of Perhaps this may help to explain olghteen minutes he showed POLICE RESPONSIBLE. Georgetown, Ky., Is visiting her that of his strong how British agents were able to re- niece, two characteristics Mrs. Clarerrco Mercke. Grim death rides about tho port the presence of, a large and Vincent McAteer, Comfort, Texas, bravery In tho face of death and streets of Louisville daily In auto- varied collection of war materials Is tho guest ot his sister, Mrs. faitha in his Mother Church, calling priest to make his last peace for mobiles and our present set ot po- on board an outward bound ship the Harry Downes, Cherokee road. with God. Very 1tev. P. M. J. Rock, Miss Esther Cahjll, Crescent Hill, of the Cathedral, speeders and reckless other day. "He that hides, finds," lice allow administered is spending several months at unction to the dying man. drivers tree rolgn. Attention was was one of our schoolboy says that Xavier's College In Cincinnati. St. Tho news of his death spread called In these columns two weeks often hits tho nail on the head. Mrs. M. Healy, of LongBranch, quickly, circulated by the thou(One does not always require a Cal., is ago that there ha's not been an the guest ot Mrs. S. A. sands of his friends faster than it hammer for this operation.) Fisher on West Chestnut street. for violation of the speed laws could be Issued, from the newsFrank Smith is spending his vaca- papers. for several months and the ward tion at Floyd Knobs, Ind., as the INDORSE THE PURPOSE. Frank McGrath was raised "In the set aside for speeders in the jail' has guest of hts niece, Mrs. Charles neighborhood of Seventh and Breckover a year. Day been unused for inridge, being a pupil of St. Louis signed by 20,000 Best. A petition, and night reckless madmen run past clergymen Bertrand'e Mrs. John of all creeds and In- from Chicago,A. Doyle, has returned known as school. In this section,a "Limerick," he was a street car with passengers trying where she dorsed by the Catholic Welfaro guest of her son, Frederickwas tho ulg favorite as a boy and that popDoyle, to get on or off, and there Is not Council, the Jewish Synagogues and and wife. ularity clung to him growing uito even a protest from police witnesses. Men and women, old iMr. and Mrs. William the Protestant church councils, has Higglns manhood. been presented to President Harding are spending the summor In Bards- and young, In "Limerick" Idolized PERTINENT QUESTION. enFrank McGrath, and demanding that he call a world con- town at tho liomo of Mrs. Fannie trance Into politics as with his a lieutenant Cotton. Passing out Fourth avenue one ference on disarmament. With tho Mr. and Mrs. Ed FlaTier.ty. of of the late Col. John H. Whallen Bible quotations on True Voice we heartily Indorse the Bardstown, were guests last week they followed their favorite In supsees instead of port of his choice or choices, and the church bulletin boan's the now purpose of the petition to abolish of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Greenwell, no man evor had a more loyal and "Church war, but we :have our doubts about uaKdaie. announcement popular devoted following. In the passing Mrs. William Marshall Bullitt of years Mr. McGrath came to be a closed for the summer and pastor the world ever coming to that state and children left Wednesday for power In city, county and State polThis of blessedness. As long as men are Btockbrldge, Mass., to spend tho gone away on a vacation." itics, power and Influence becoming brings to mind the pertinent ques- men they will disagree and quarrel. summer. his, but ho never forgot the loyal Majare like men, only moro Nations Mrs. Jennie Mannlx, ot Jefferson-vill- hand of friends tion as to whether his Satanic and supporters left this week for Portland. from his old district. esty, the devil, takes a vacation dur- selfish and ruthless. War will alWhen tho Ore., where sho will visit relatives wayward boy was in trouble Frank ing the summer months or not, and ways remain a possibility but any until fall. McGrath needed no second request t 'he does not, as all good authori- scheme which will make It less. Miss Frances A. Corrlgan left from the old parents, hut went to ties say, who will guard and advise likely Is to be commended. Tuesday for Buffalo, N. Y. to spend the front with all tho vigor and under prop the summer with, her aunt. Mrs. Tl. power In his possession, and his the congregations of those many favor disarmament guarantees. XJ. Wollmuth. purse was ever open to help the churches that aro closed? Mrs. J. C. Prlco and children suffering or aid the friend or famhave returned from. Bardstown, ily that was in need. Big in body BEAR IN MIND. MAKE VICTORY SURE. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. and Dig In heart, ho, could not say no to a request for help, and long R. W. Nevltt. With so many ot our own people of De Valera to The Thomas D. Clines, Jr., Audubon after Frank McGrath has been forthe Presidency ot the Irish Repub- out of employment, It Is hardly wise Park, left Saturday to spend two gotten in political circles he will patronize places weeks In camp at Cherry Lodge, be remembered In the prayers of lic by the new Dail EIreann Is a or patriotic to the many he has aided In their time tribute to .the unity ot purpose of whero foreign products are put on near Versailles. of trouble and distress. John A. O'Connor has returned the Irish leaders and a convincing sale. "Buy American goods only" Mr. McGrath is survived by his spent two where proof of the faith of the Irish peo- should be our motto at this time ot from Chicago, relativesheand' printer wife, Mrs. Margaret Gorman Mc weeks visiting Grath; three sons, James Edward ple In his leadership. The Irish business depression, and we shall friends of the old days. and Robert, and two daughters, people are the best judges of their soon see a corresponding brightenMr. and Mrs. Norman Ware, Helen and Louise, to whom is Murray avenue, leavo tomorrow for own business. The responsibility, ing of the industrial skies. our heartfelt sympathy. The Cleveland, to spend two weeks vis- funeral took place from the family the suffering and the sacrifices for iting Mr. Ware's mother. residence, 1510 Fourth street, WedSHOULD PONDER. the cause are theirs. Consequently Miss Prudence Blanford, who lias nesday morning at 8:30 o'clock to say who and what It Is theirs brother, L. A. and from Bertrand'g St. Louis Georgia has the highest percent- been visiting her their policy shall be. .Men will difBlanford, and Mrs. Blanford, has church at 9, with a solemn requiem fer as to the means to effect n pur- age of illiterates and divorces and returned to her home In Springfield, mass. The pall bearers were Mr. McGrath's nephews, Bernard, Wilpose. The more fact of difference bigots of any State In the Union, Ky. iMIss who liam, Neil, Harry, John and Charles ot opinion, however, does not Imply and the lowest percentag6v ot Jack- graduatedCatherine Hancock, McDovitt, Tho mass was said by at St. Mary's-in-th'any lack of sincerity, or ot devotion ass Totes. This is something our Vood6--, near Terre Haute, has re- Very Rev. J. R. Heenan as Admiral should ponder turned to her home In Jefferson-vill- celebrant, Rev. B. F. Enls. deacon, to a great cause, and while each In and Rev. C. G. Lyolis as Tils own way gives of his best to on while on his weary pilgrimage Judge James 3V. Fortune nnd The choir was under the direction that cause 'his opinion should be re- through this Hand of drought, Mrs. Fortune, of Jeffersonvllle, havo of Mrs. May Harlg, "Lead Kindly spected and his work commended. left' for an outing trip to New Light" being sung by Miss Nellie WAS GOOD MAX. At any rate the recent lections York and Atalntic City in their mo- McBrido and "Ave Maria" rendered by Edward J. Wolfe. St. Louie emphasize the unity of the national Catholic Knights . of America tor car. M. J. McDermott, Jr., had a lit- Bortrand's church, was thronged to in Ireland, but it does more: throughout the United States mourn forces the doors with creeds It .shows that the people have had the death at St. Louis of Peter tle Hibernian celebration ot hia and colors to payall classes, respects their last own this week at hts home, 922 "best of the fight up to date, Wallrath, tho Suprome the. Treasurer West Oak street, a little baby boy to the deaceased. The Interment was in St. Louis cemetery. and face the future confident ot of that order. Since 1900 he had arriving Sunday. success. Let us get behind them as resided In Evansvllle, and was a Mrs. Thomas Tucker ot Fairfield. TAUGHT AT OMAHA. and Miss Louise Flack of Cedar one man and make the assurance of member of the. Indiana Leglslatr In 1897, and fathered a resolutbn Grove Academy, were week-en- d victory doubly sure. Sister Patrice, of the Ursullno excluding books like guests of Mrs. George Greenwell, order, arrived here last week from "The Story of Liberty." from pf 3S36 Southern Barkway. GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP. Omaha, where sho was teaching for lie schools and libraries. In May, Mrs. J. Slattery entertained 1919, the Supreme Council of tho number of relatives and friends Fri-a the past year, and will spend the ownership of 'Government Catholic Knights of America .elected day night at her homo, 508 State vacationseason at thJ Sacred Heart as Hill. Crescent the Supreme street; New Albany, In celebration Academy, Sister Is demanded' by the Federa-tol- n Mr. Wallrath Patrice was Miss Margaret Dugan, the ot Labor. After a bitter fight Treasurer of St, order, with head of her birthday anniversary. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Martin quarters in Louis. Mrs. John the convention at Denver adopted Mr. Wallrath was a most genial, ters, Mabel F. Chester and daugh- J. Dugan, Rosewood avenue, before and d The Idea is by no the resolution. and' lovable character. day on a visit Margaret, leave to- entering upon the religious life and means new, nor Is the plan an In- He was a deoply religious man, and where they will to. New York City, was .a Tavorite In the circles' in he the guests' or always troduction to Socialism as some of ters. Avery active in Catholic mat Mr. and- Mrs. Frank Blunk (nee which she moved. man ot massive build and Chester). Its opponents claimed. We tried fine presence, he was a conspicuous REALIZE NIOE SUM. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fitzgerald. government management of figure la Catholic gatherings, par who havo been, visiting relatives In during the war. It was not a ticularly in Indiana. Ho knew more Highland The picnic the on Division 4, A.underH., atauspices of and OakUalo, O. Summers' huge success, but there were rea about the great struggle of the Thursday Park spend severalleft to days Park last Sunday was a success sochurch for liberty la Germany than sons for this. In tho first place con any man or his time in that State, with Mr. and Mrs. William Fitz cially and financially, and President ditions wer abnormal and in the and was a' high authority on that gerald, near Mammoth Cave, before Jos. D. Hennessy and the other offHe had often visited in returning to St. Louis. In subject. second pJaco there were those icers are more than pleased over the Mrfe, E. G. Mr. high places who wore Interested. la Louisville and had many friends nounce and marriage of MUlett an- result, and contemplate announcing tho daugh- a repetition before the summer Is their bringing about the failure of the here. ter, Miss Marie A. Mlllett, to Robert over. It w,as also announced that Hession on. Juno 23 at St. Philip Mrs. Mary Flynn, of 1308 Sixth scheme. We thought, It was bad DEAD SOLDIER HERO. Nerl church. After a brief visit to street had been awarded the Cecil enough, but the management ot our Funeral services for Corp. John relatives abroad they will return to avenue lot by the division. railroads since they were turned their home in Louisville, twenty-thre- e Tack'rBs been much worse. Wle are J, Kerberg, and Mrs, John'years old, son A. B. Meerman announces tho UNIVERSAL- CELEBRATION. government ownership. 401 of Mr. Thirteenth street.Kerberg,- marriage of his sister, Miss Mario sot afraid ot JefforWest sonvllle, wer held Sunday after Meerman, to Alfred Ortega, of San Elaborate plans for a universal ENGLAND ONLY; FAVORED. noon at St. Augustine's church. Francisco. The marriage took place celebration of Independence day are 21 at the Cathedral of Los being made uyth 700,000 members Juno The services were in charge of F, Capehart Post, . American Angeles. After tho ceremony Mr. of tho American Association for the Eremler Lloyd George Is trilling Kerberg was and Mrs. Ortega left for a trip to Recognition of the Irish Republic to talk about disarmament provided Legion. 1n Corporal They wllj make according to announcement made killed' the St. Mlhiel drive. Sep Santa Barbara. K doe .not affect England's tember 12, 1918, eleven months their home in San Francisco. by Peter Golden, National Secre Hi seas, which he after he was sent overseas. .He $4 the seven Master Ambrose R. James, a stu tary. The programme adopted at Cm $X3 miet must be maintained. That was a member or Company L, 168th dent ot St Xavier's College, who Is the natolnal convention of the as- OT5 spending ten days sup Infantry, Rainbow Division. Thomas sociation will he carried out. It with fi to ' the Premier would Joeeph Tterney, of St. Matthewte, will consist ot the einging ot the port a movement for disarmament IRTSIl WinTM CROSS. next week for Floyd Star Spangled Banner in. Urn orig eB will leave of all the other nation. However, Knobs, Ind., to spend the summer inal form, the reading of the Dectoe uaderatood to met Wrth hie eieter, Ultra. Chat-lethat Best, laration of Independence in Ha enAt a. fete held recently by the In the Wutle Sullivan entertained tirety and the reading of Waehlmp- Wh week-enWord Oeorgft 4om not favor Afawm-ame- CataoUoe party at her home toft-- rareweu aaareas. other pa with a Gailerte tke wttkta tke Umpire, for that tbaa eterw hundred mm o wore ut Ridge. pounds wac Her guests triotlc .feature will comnlate the Pleasure wouW be doing in dar man a raiad tor the Irlah Wbtte Croat. were Miaae Eatelle Oleoo, OoMe programme. " Welsh, Isobel Stegner, Corrlne Bradley, Evelyn .Glenn, Ira Hopkins. July 11 Annual picnic ot St. '"Miss Blanche O'Bryan, accomPaul's church, ot Pleasure Ridge, panied by little Miss Eileen Clines, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. of Audubon ParPk, will leavo next at Stowor's Grove. July 12 St. Denis church picnic Tuesday for an. extended Western JWgt! to tb Sodl ad Motil Advnoement o! Irkh Americans ai Ctlbolte and chicken supper, on grounds on summer trip. After spending a OffioiaUy Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea's week In Minneapolis as guests of Cane Run road. Knights of America. Institute and Catholic July 12 Moonlight excursion of the Misses Flaherty, they will go to Great Falls, Mont., for a three KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTJlfo CO.. IneorpottrJ. Publishers Trinity Council Y. M. I., on Steam- months visit with Mr. and Mrs er Bast St. Louis. rewho will PRICE ONE DOLLAR PERYEAR, SINQLB COPY Se July 56 Orphans festival on the Frank Flaherty,Miss Margaretbe HigSUBSCRIPTION membered as grounds Of St. Joseph's Orphan glns. At Great Falls they will be Entered at the Loulivllle Pottoftlc at Second. Clan Matter. Home. joined by Miss Carrie Walstou, who IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Ufetrty Strut July 19 Sixth annual picnic and is now visiting her sister In Kansas AMrew AH CHHHftlcatlsni to tbt KENTUCKY chicken dinner for benefit of St. City. IRISH AMERIGflN. COMING EVKNTS. ..' 1,700 NEW r SHAREHOLDERS ''. 313-32- 1 ' SOGIETY. OWNING $1,000,000 Seven Per Cent. - Preferred Stock Receiving ex-tro- a'r-r.e- st $70,000 ProfitSharing Dividends Annually E FIND PEOPLE asking many questions as to "how the Louisville Gas & Electric Company is getting along with e, its Customer-ownershi- p plan." 7 t You will see the answer boiled down in a few words in the headlines of this advertisement. j. , ed These are the results of a period of about thirteen months. When the Customer-ownershiplan was started there were already 1,300 or 1,400 Louisville citizens owning p stock, bonds and notes of this organization. e- So today we find that upward of 3,000 Louisville citi- -' zens are financially interested in the great properties which . ,. pro-Briti- sh e. sub-deaco- n. supply them with the daily vital necessities of electricity ' and gas. x e anti-Cathol- ic v .' The money invested by our 1,700 Hew shareholders has gone into additions and extensions to the properties has stayed right here in Louisville, and put to work in useful public service. 'So placed at work this $1,000,000 earns ' .$700,000 a year for the people who invested it. , VS rail-Toa- , good-nature- The earnings are paid to them by checks mailed to ' every ninety days. then-addresse- s r - . rall-"wa- ys tV I If you are looking f,or a really safe and dependable investment, paying 7 per cent, as regularly as the clock ticks, you should get in touch with our investment department. - Louisyifle Gas' f & Electric Company r Incorporated in Kentucky. Law-ron- co ey y? ", f 311 West Chestnut Street f CD ctS jQC at Kmnhr-fw- n Vnofc nf nnticfnnf Kofiirno Tn 7nrnni-Ai- a nt d a 0 jua&aFXTCroxcsr Wo do not close during tho summer months. One may enroll any time, as wo giro both Individual and class Instruction. Penmanship, ShortBoth Day and Night classes in Book-keeping, irish AJMCH:gfeioAar. OPEN FOR BUSINESS SUMMERSCHOOL THE CREAGER BUSINESS SCHOOL COME TO THE hand, Typewriting and kindred subjects. Tho patrons and friends of tills paper will do well to look Into tho merits of this school. Ask a number of business men who havo employed our graduates they know. For superior merits of system, quality and economy of cost you can not equal it. Sco us and wo can tell jou why. SECOND AND BItEOiaNJIIDGE LOUISVILLE, KY. ORPHANS' PICNIC JULY 4, 1921 IN THE BEAUTIFUL BEECH GROVE AT NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Pnlir.v Bnv tnr rnsh. rpII fnrMali. uttiall nvorlm-w- l cmnll mr gin and utmost value. OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED 320 WEST JEFFEKSON STKEET Homo Phono, City 809 PRESBYTERIAN THEOLOGICAL ST. VINCENT'S ORPHANAGE PAYNE AND CAVEWOOD STREETS. J. B. STRAUSS MAKERS OF & CO. r STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" 236 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. Take East Walnut and Crescent Hill. 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WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Impressive funeral services for Privato James Hart Metcalfo, the first United States Marino of Kentucky and tho second in the land to bo killed in action on tho "Western front, woro conducted Saturday morning at St. Charles Rorfomco h church, and Chestnut fctreots. The body arrived here from overseas Friday and was taken ATT0RNEY4T-LA- W to the home of his aunt, Mrs. David Crltes, 2612 West Chestnut street. Enlisting with tho Marines on his twenty-firbirthday in Louisville BUILDING Juno 10, 1917 ho saw early action N with Company 90, Sixth Regiment. Ho was fatally wounded In tho VerHOME PHONE dun sector April 5, 1918, and died a fow days later. His parents, who CITY 1209 resided near Camp Taylor, were so grieved by the death of their son Commissioner of County Court that they moved away to cscttpo tho reminiscent sccno that ever recalled their loss. It was said. Private Metcalfo Is survived by his parents; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Crask and Mrs. Luclle Holtsclaw; three uncles, Elijah Metcalfo, Frank Walter and Alfred Metcalfo, and two aunts, Mrs. Sophie Sent and Mrs. Theresa Freeman, wife of Patrick Freeman. PERFECT FITTING HAPPILY WEDDED. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Tho .niarriago of Miss Florence Kipp and Roy F. Hartraan took place at St. Columbia's church, Rev. Father Kalahcr celebrating tho nuptial high mass and performing tho ceremony. Tho bride's gown was of white crepo meteor, mado with draped skirt and trimmed in real lace. Her veil was adjusted with orange blossoms nnd she carried a shower bouquet of roses and lilies Oculists' Prescriptions. Miss Magdalene of tho valley. Hartman was tho maid of honor SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY and she wore a taffeta frock and large hat to match. Sho carried an TOOXFeBATXB arm bouquot of pink sweet peas. Fourth nnd Chestnut. Miss Aline Rlollng, the bridesmaid, ord frock of It yonr boy an auoatlon t&at will woro a trimmed in organdio roses gandie prtpora tbna for life and a large black hat. Hor flowers bouquet wore College sweet an arm Charles of lavender peas. Nolan was 113 "W. Broadway, Sowlcvill, Xy. tho best man and tho ushers wore Conducted by the Xaverl&n Brothers. Messrs. Andy Dloemer, Albert GorCl&salcaL Sclentlflo and BuElnesi Campbell. Courses, Preparatory Department, Latk man and George ceremony a breakFollowing tho Swimmfntr Pool, Well Equipped Gym. oaslum. Terms moderate. fast was served, after which Mr. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. and Mrs. Hartman left for a trip to Now York and. Washington. NAZARETH COLLEGE. Workmen's Friend BUY NOW! TO EAT IN A Both Phones 315. $ "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" R. 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RATTERMAN 020-62- 8 ter Cormney, Joseph Murphy, PatFcbr Avcniie City 871 rick O'Hearn, Misses Louise Ross-folHonora Langan, Catherino FUNERAL DIRECTOR Doyle, Bet nice Russell, Frances Connaughton, Agnea O'Hearn, Nora 2114 WEST MARKET STREET BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT Moyers, Catherine O'Day, Margarot Doyle, Agnes Costoll, Luctllo Com-nePhones Shawueo 1243, Cumberland CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY Elizabeth O'Hearn, Messrs. West 1179. REPAIRING VARIETY WOODWORK Higglne, Joseph Wllklns, John James Doyle, William Schwab, IIOSIE TIIONE, CITY 0270 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. Michael Connaughton, Charlie O'Hearn, John Skees, John Ballard, CUaiB. PHONE, PLEASURE RIDGE 21 Riley Baroford, James O'Hearn, Robert Urquhart, Patrick O'Hearn. Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner Sewed To Order SHOCK HONOR THEIR NIEOE. Sandwiches of All Kinds Served On Short Xotico ABSORBERS TW Twin Tt for Front ont Rial Try Our Dcliciosus Club Sandwiches of Ford Gdimut Scrvltx- Mntion Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stoll enterdot Cars. Jcl and Libert) tained with a theater party at tho National and dinner at their home, C. M. SUMMER GARDEN KY. HASSLER SALES CO. Rowan street, In honor of 170 City 271? Phones Maui 3473 their niece, Miss Helen Powell, and Glonbrook Station, 18th Street Road class graduates of St. Patrick's Tnoi.0 present School, Juno 22. Eight Miles From Court Jlonso woro Misses HoJen Powell, Margarot DANCING GOOD MUS10 LOAVI Donnelly Mary Nash, Rose M. Yea- en Ynrnltmr. Diamond and oUiar Vmt ger, (Margarot Finorty, Julia Mary A. Lenahan, Regina onal Property at owrt XatM la 017 Q. A. BRANDT. President MARTIN J. CONNORS, Murphy, Sarah May Garry, Mary M. ZXrXiS'8 PBOVXDBHT ASB60IATI6H Rodgors, Ibabelin Boho, Catherine BRANDT & CONNORS COMPANY Incorporated Cuslck, Mary E. Whitehead, Emma Incorporated Ruppel, Margarot Luckert, Auco 208 COLEMAN BUILDING li. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFBRSOh Powell, Mesdames Edward Slater, PRODUCERS OF QUALITY PRINTING R. J. Fitzgerald, T. W. McHugh, 0 SOUTH SECOND STREET, NEAR GUTHRIE J. N. Stoll, Messrs. J. N. Stoll. J. J. Hutton, FJoyd Powell, Billy Slater, JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Homo Phono, City 35G1 Cumb. Phone, "Main. 2713 600 BOTTLES OTTO J. OSTER F. W AIjWEJS & SON d, y, M& (pSLl G SCHELL'S Soc.-Tro- as. 514-51- George McHugh. INCORPORATED ffiUbUsbed 1820 SOWDERS' MARKET CHAS. V. LOVELL, PROP. CORNS,BUNIONS River, Lake, Ocean Fish and . Oysters 115 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. J. E. DAWKINS ISL'Wi CO. L. K0ELLNER . W OFFIOI3 OUTFITTERS Tuesday tho Right Rov. TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Thomas J. Shahan, rector of tho STATIONERS PRINTJSHa Fnmaco and Refrigerator Repairing Catholic University at Washington Roof Painting a Specialty for twelve years, will deliver an OHIMNpY tt Macauley's Theater. Bishop Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1715 Shahan, who Is ono of tho foremost LIBERTY SHOE SHOP 442 BAXTER AVE., at Underbill Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy educators of tho country and a BDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. member of tho Board of Judges for Ckirvdial P. B. tho Hall of Fame, has boon in CinFINE SHOE REPAIRING 60? cinnati attending tho Catholic EdW3rj.?.Sh.?.AMSP RAOTICAIi ELEOTRIOIA.N !Work Called For and Delivered E.NtTi ? ucational convention, and will como ifiA ilBBBEBBBBI Starka BmlltlBI to Louisville under tho ausplses of 3827 WEST MARKET STREET HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRING While Beta Ptoses tho Knights of Columbus. Estimates Furnished Fixtures Furnished Shawnee 2702-In Louisville he willbo tho guest of 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET HIGHLAND 704 Col. P. IL Callahan. Next ad-dro- ss FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 1130-119- 8 WBST MARKET ST. BISHOP SHAIIAN COMING. LoalsTili, Kj BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS POINTING HAWKINS 1. TEACHING AT CREIGIETON. JOHN B. WATHEN Tweaty-4Wrtt- o Home Sites For Sale On Easy Payments. PLUMBER bungalow; ten minutes' walk 628 S. SECOND STREET Offer now five acres, four-roofrom city car; $500 cwh, balance like rent. Address 209 S. Brook, Both Phones 2344 From the True Voice, Omaha, we plean that the Rev. Patrick J. O'Mahoney, of the Louteville toaa left for Newark, N. J fter a wieeeaful year of teaching in the Cretghton Hick Sekeol. dlo-eee- rURNTEURB MOVIN PACKING S80 South AND Be. Guy Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS " - Cliaa. Leber e, Kuwaee 1986 - West Iff 300 NORTON BUILDING LONG DJ&TJLNCH HAUXJN LOUISVILL1, HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY CITY 7 K:BKra?jOKY BTXXXjiiD 3XTO"W"I West FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. Vand mens furnishings gOBW.MARKET ST. ,$ i:fmix UMCEiiokr. End Sheet Meta! Works TINNERS 1420-- L Kool Palming unci Chimney Pointing a Specially. J PttL"lrjBMWlHWW,y wVrfJ?lfw PJione Slnuvneo Spouting and Guttering, 1-- .1. WELSH, 3011) Wcot MANAG-13R- Market Street. NEW O. T. OOAX, YARD COAL OO. S. Clay and Pulton Streets. High Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial. Gity 4 181); Main 1058 flt SHINGLES 7VTHE3 4LKffr FLOORING g30&2S& J 418 JRI? mtfffflj. wapefo VCX047ZZ wltaa, Sevan h 84, Oath. t 430 X. BraUxrldrei Bruok Tar ana CHAS. J. MERIWETHER Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying' Investment just City 0196 DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES .108 STARKS BUILDING Main 345 TELEPHONES Because we secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there arc patterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. 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 FROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL -( what you have wanted and move into it. And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers Every house you build releases another home or apartmentadds to the city's prosperity-ad- ds R. & m WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. to your prosperity 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS , Incorporated AAAAAAaAA:M Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-BISHOP KOUDELKA PASSES. Bishop Joseph M. Koudelka, of tho Roman Catholic Diocese of Superior, died Friday aftor a long Illness. His death had been expected momentarily for three days, Bishop Koudelka was born In Chllstovo, Bohemia, December 8, 1852. and years came ,to America sixteen later Ills first charge was St. parish in Cleveland. When Bishop Horstmann, of Cleveland, asked tor an auxiliary Bishop, Father Koudelka was named Bishop Noveniber 29, 1907. Ho was transPro-kopi- 801 r EAST MARKET STREET KORB SON ABOVE SHELBY GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS ST. CITY 1705 TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN AND WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND H. C. LARSEN Successor to WM. F. SHABER CO. HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ROOFING, ROOF 730 South Twelfth Street, Between Broadway and Mnnle HOME PHONE, CITY 2014 LOUISVILLE, - ' 1 PAINTING, GUTTERING, GENERAL JOB WORK SPOUTING AND KY. ' WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Let Mo FJguro On Your New Homo Alterations Mndo Gnrngcs rrompt Attention To riiono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 All Style GROVE: A. L. GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER Moonlight Trips. : SODA FOUNTAINS IOELESS Two carloads of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. prices aro lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms BILT-RITE .( : Our '.( SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS JOHN OGLE COMPANY HERE IT IS AT LAST! ASK YOUR GROCER Solo Distributor LOUISVILLE, KY. : For excursion season of C 1Q91 hub a icw mure dates still open. Better secure dates now before all are taken. Apply at Wharfboat, Third and aa 1 ferred as auxiliary to Archbishop Messmer, at Milwaukee, September 4, 1911, and August 1. 1913, was appointed head of tho Suuerior diojf cese Bishop Koudelka In 191 visited tho Vatican and was appointed assistant to the Pontifical throno July 13, 1917. f G GOOD MUSIC. ASK, FOR ASK YOUR GROCER ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 6674 EWING'S DAIRY BOTT'S ORIGINAL KREAM LOUISVILLE FRYDKAKES D ( ( River. Phones Main or City 1 ENTERTAIN FOR DAUGHTER. CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated Whether It Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or'rnstrics, Their Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of At AT Jl SNOW CL,AD FLOUR WM. KASTELHUN, C. C. FULLER, C VyVVV-yAW- l Superintendent City 1479 Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your.rntronngc, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK 500 v OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY PIPELKSS CALORIC FUltNACE J k PHONES You can solvo tho problem of SAVES FUEL. J" Mr. and Mrs. A. LIchtefeld were hosts at a graduation party given In hoiyir of their daughter, Miss Marvel Marie Clchtefeld, an honor graduate of St. Anthony's school, on Sunday afternoon ttnd evening Those present were Misses Hattle Thompson, Clara Pfelffor, Treacy Huber, Maymo Huber. Marietta Herp, Mary Schmidt, Estello Loulso Rattormanu, Vomoice Baumann, Marie Baumann, Marvel LIchtefeld, Messrs. John Marie Pfolffor, Anton Baumann, Ray Gott- r, brath, Bernard Gottbratb, Ted Philip Ratlermann, William Schmitt, Charles Lauschcr. Mc-Hug- h, Gcns-hoimo- PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW AND SECOND-HANSLIGHTLY WORN MEN'S AND LADD3S' SHOES AND CLOTHING AT THE LOWEST PRICES RALPH DAVIS COR. PRESTON AND WALNUT CITY 8230 WE BUY AND SELL B.. J. JOHNSON PHONES 1001) LYNNHURST & SONS CO. j Cumb., South AVENUE 125-- J BUILDERS OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Parkway 1.1G-L BOB HAWES FOR AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE $ Furnaco. Records everywhere snow mat tno uaioric saves tho Tl.ltnntfirl HnlnrlP. Pln.tlnan PORCH DANCE. J j tr INTERURBAN Fire and Automobile Insurance Prompt and Efficient Service City 3728 Main 14-2- 317 West Liberty Next To Interurban 309 STARKS BUILDING WccRIy Savings Club 1JTART ONE Station THIS MONTH WITH THE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Centrnl "Yon Will Do Better FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING 105 315-31- . 7 Catherine Haggln, Gortmde Fried, auu unuormjy FOR ALL PURPOSES Agnes McCormaclc, Clara Vlssman, other way. Tho Kentucky Consnmcrs OH Company McIIugh, Nan MoHugh. CalorlC is tho original pipe- - $ Margaret nfWirwn ssy . Kentucky Dames, T. H. Messrs. KJonneth LonlsTille less furnaco, and has features Davis, J. H. McCormank, Wendlen To Help You "With Your Cleaning that can not bo had in any Hartigan, Pelersworth, William Phono TJs Now. otuor pipoloss heating system. .Taiues MoCormack, Boh Muth, WilR. A.- AVo'll sell you a. CnlorlO J liam Lang, Theodore Grau, Frank under n rigid Money- DRUGS Ghnabaslg, Goorgo McIIugh. Gunrnntco Rack of Incorporated Prescriptions Our Specialty sntls- wnrinth and EATJIEIt BURKE IjEAVES. faction. "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" 3'.m-38WEST MAIN ST. PHONES: Tho Rev. WHlium Francis Burke, City 135-M- nin BOMAR-SUMMERS Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 O. P., who last week colobrated Home, City 1881 nnd 1882 his first solemn mass at St. Louis HARDWARE COMPANY Bertrand, left for Washington on Home Phone, Parkway 50 FOURTH AND HILL STREETS INCORPORATED Cumb. Phono, South 9235-- J Monday, having visited his parents ."-"- " inuiouBuiy . Miss Nan MicIIugh gave n porch danco recently in honor of Prof. d to one-hal- f, tho fuel I. T. H. Dames, of Cambridge, Mass. Those present were Misses Eileen this is In addition to heat- Incr McConnack, Grace McCormaclc. tho nntlrn hnmn ,. mnrn ..,.. one-thir- CALL US FOR than any "j Oil and Grease --- MORE LUMBER is usod in tho construction of your home than any other material. Wo furnish tho host lum- - j . I Childers Elect. Co. G Fine's Pharmacy ber at reasonable prices. ' ' SEE US ' ' OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE WILL B. MILLER TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY 2750 COMPANY PHONES: SOUTH 2750 f 7 Atbw. at Spurrier's" West Jeffcmou St. J for ten days. FANCY GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Home Phone City 820 Dall EIreann, through the Irish TAYLOR AND RERRY BLVDS. Most Attractive Restaurant Near Bulletin, has officially stated that N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson the burning of tho Dublin Custom TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Union Station. House by Irish Republican Iforces Home Shaw. Cumb. West 295 MILITARY NECESSITY, FRED WARNS, JR. S. A. JCrapp Olta.. B. Xrapp Home Phono, City 7005 Wholesale and Retail HENRY FISCHER PORK PACKER KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET BEEV. Shawnee 1817 BROADWAY Phonos West 868 & SIMON P0NTRICH and Greernwood, BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY IFLORIST, Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h SPALDING SHOE CO. Out of tko High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock la-ho- 2d and Water Wet Xy., cleannolump Big-- gg, gg THE $e 0 QeJDO Clean Nnt, alack BSE POOLEY FOR MONEY. $5.23 Rich, lumpy mine run having regular Loans te those Per ?on Delivered Anywhere or salary, with no publicity If XS Hani Zt, 91.25 Per Ton Xesc to faousekeepori r red tape. Loans security. Closer Figures on Biff Orders a their personal F. R. POOLEY, HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, BuUdlat. Kern 1, Courier-JournCHAS. 1 GALAS, 41B S. Fourth Street. Ladies' Hnts A Specialty. IOAH GLOBE SHCURrrY City 1308. 210 S. Third I&oorperate. Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits A. iLazar, Maaager Pressed and Dry Cleaned. Mosey Adwweed oh Your TWta 812 West Jeflersoa Street HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORE (Second Floor) All Kinds of Footwear Tor the Bona Phone City 2987. Wfcoio Family al R' JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER lOaO EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City M98 Two HAMBLYTB Store Bhaw. 1711 Cky 71 Mtb and' Portland. 1Mb and MAgarino Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 was an unavoidable military neces-clt201 EAST JEFFERSON STREET "We . To quoto tho Bulletin: in common with the rest of the naIF SO CALL Some Phone, City 7804 Delicious Pastries a Specialty. tion regret tho destruction of hisCumb. Phone, West 412-917 "West Broadwaj , Louisville toric buildings MATTHEW HAMMON lives of But the million people are a more sa- RESDDENOE, 105,EAST MARKET four & cred charge than any architectural FOR masterpiece. The Custom House was one of tho seats of an alien ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT tyranny. If it had been possible AND to strike as effectively at tho tyran1800 WEST MARKET STREET ny It represented without injury to Both Phones 2406 Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J the structure the Custom House would havo beon spared. But It & CO. was not possible. Tho destrucGAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE tion was an unavoidable military Adolph Rontllnger BLATZ QUALITY necessity. Tho press which cries E. out against it Is the samo press FD2E INSURANCE PAINTS AND VARNISHES which callously silent remained PLUMBBSG PRESERVE AND BEAUTEFT TORNADO, LIABILITY AND when fifteen city and town halls Repair Work Promptly Attended To PLATE GLASS Moderate Prices were being destroyed in various Best Service parts of Ireland, and while whole 1009 MARY STREET 128 SOUTH THIRD STREET 319-32- 5 SOUTH SHELBY ST. streets of shops and hundreds of Phone City 5708 residences and farmsteads were beLOUISVILLE, KY. City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-- 1 ing wiped out of existence by BritKark KalM, Pre. ish soldiers and 'police." AccordJ, O. Xaoob. Bao. and Vreaa Co. ARCOLA HOT WATER ID3ATING ing to tlte Bulletin "tho paralysis Incorporated which tho great fire hascaused in OO. L. GRAUMAN C. department the is GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, Incorporated complete." These taxing departTRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND PLUMBER . In All ments not only doprived Ireland 0alrs Fixture., XMi, of 9Uit ami "HAYRDDE PARTD2S". Xtor 8aa, CaaH SUffla- ,. GAS FITTING SEWERAGE each year of vast sums, but suptors, MHow Cai, Ooanter il29 WEST MAIN STREET plied tho enemies of the nation gbelTtor, JBte. 035 SOUTH JACKSON STREET with the peoples' own money to he BIO WEST aCAXH IZMK City 5826; Main 1264 Phonos used for the destruction of Irish UPHOLSTERING, ty 1118 Heme Phone. life and property." CARL STOLL, Home Phone, Shawnee 803 CASKETS AND CONDEMNS BRITISH PRACTICES. Window Shades, Curtain plungers, Cleaning Oil Shades. UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES Office and Works Charges that tho British forces In (WHOLESALE ONLY) ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Ireland havo been guilty of cruelties 210 E. St. Catherine, Phono 0501 and inhuman punishments without Tin Roofs' Repaired and Faulted NATIONAL CASKET CO. parallel In the history of civilization Asphalt Shlnglea a Spoeclalty Incorporated were made in tho Senate on Monday Co. SOU WEST 31ROADWAY by Senator George W. Norrls, NeEleventh and Magazine Streets Incorporated FOXr, VSAZi AKH X.. All Xlaai of Mmokta Keats Boiled Hams a Specialty PROGRESSIVE WORK FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE Wo Heartily Recommend Geo. Waidlein Restaurant y. GOING FISHING? W tho MINNOWS Frank Hartman HOUSE PAINTERS Laundry Sons Progress PHONES 299 Co. BOTH MENDING DONE FREE Watefa Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing DECORATORS JT tirmmmMI REUTLINGER The Radius 408 Jewelry Shop ROBERT SCHULER SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. L. P. Blackburn O. E. Davis BLACKBURN & DAVIS PLUMBING AND HEATING LOUISVILLE Sullivan Transfer RALPH SHAW 2010 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phono, Crescent 71 KENTUCKY East 572 Highland 72 FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER LOUISVILLE -- -AVENUE - KENTUCKY HENRY GOSS OSTRADER & HARRIS PHARMACY EIGHTEENTH LOUISVILLE, Ernest Oatey Drug No. 2 KY. PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manage! S. W. Cor. Third and Walant Sis. g H. A. DOLL CONCRETE 1-- braska, Demiing's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE WORK OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING CONTRACTOR AND RUTLDER 6 2 6 23 BAXTER AVENUE APPRECIATED Either Phone TATRIOTIO AND STIRRING. , THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY Phone Parkway 118 Homo Phone, City 3147 PRESTON FISH AND POULTRY STORE Wholesale asd IteUll JWSH, Old Ireland "Lot's Help to Ilerm Perfeete Sonera Cigar Free," Is the title Set a new song of Schroer's Smokers Just Issued, the words of which are (UNION XADB) Home Phone, City 6041 OYSTERS, GAME AND Oblo rtMMnntitrJl Bus POUIEKY SCHROER BROS. jf setting fa-- tho by Mrs. M. E. Honry-Ruffl- n, well known Southern Catholic writer Mobile, Ala,, with tho musical "by IUvr Fiefc u kat jwfemnw itjumt Miy)Hfatrer8 of FINE CIGARS tho successful conposer, of Chicago. The Words re very jwtrlotte and stirring and the mui$ & spirited nwiremng that hic the cestlwi , ltte H cod.4 r4 Ethwell Ha&soK, tho practices of tho British forces in Ireland, and "expressing- the of the Senate for tho efforts of the Irish people to have a government of their own. choosing. The resolution Is n companion piece of tho La Folletto resolutoln recognizing tho independence of tho Irish Renuullc. Both measures are now before the Foreign Relations Copv- mittoo and Mr. Norras' speech wub the opening gun of U vigorous cam palgn ito force action on the measures at tho present session of Senator Norrte contended that tho British Government has not only broken its promise, given, dur ing tho war. to apply tho principle to Ireland, hut of - of his resolution condemning SERVICE, syln-pathy Senator Norris urgod AND MADISON STS. pas-sa- g ACCURACY RanlNlown Road nnd Longest Ave. Highland 1169 East 9168 PROMPTNESS AND City 4597 South 847-Job Work Promptly Attended To t W LEO H. WEBER Home Phono, Sliawneo 899 Coni-gres- e. z tof Irela4 ha ixmil- - been worso than over before. He and Estimates Oheerfdlly GENERAL CONTRACTORS reviewed the British policy in Ire Plan Furnished land and recounted scores of ntrocReinforced Concrete, Wrecking, lttea attributed to British soldiers. 121S SOUTH PRESTON STREET Excavating and Granitoid Work Ho quoted at length statements 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY mado during 'the war by Premier ' F.-F- . Valinoti Electric Co. David Lloyd G6orge, Herbert C. A. Lord Robert Cecil, Winston "We Use tiro Golden Ride" & CO. Churchill, Andrew Bonar Law, Sir 913 WEST MARKET STREET Edward Grey nnd others, who ho GENERAL CONTRACTORS City 4782 declared, led li eland to believe that OFFICE AND YARD: she would her freedom when EVDUSTRLVL LianT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE expounded by tho democratic '.FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS Prfrifet WaodI,w WHaou had triAND REPAIRS LOUISVILLE, KT. umphed over Owjwwjy. As-quli- th, MODERN nOMES Designer and Builder of JOHft F. WILL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY KOERNER gla Id-el- s V !,- t.i ! .v - ' ' ' t1 ' KEODXJOBTST XEfclSEE AXkfDEKaGCOAHTa. DEMOCRATS Of Louisville and Jefferson County UNCLE SAM Has Come to Louisville! WELCOME Boys and Girls to Our C.C.BICKEL&CO. XXOOKFHKJ.TXB VOTE FOR (aLLLE j& , MANUFACTURERS OF .- -rs jLH Filson Club and c- - j L. D. GREENE FOR f. Y.H Jilt f zZ&L a M JULY FOURTH RECEPTION Third Floor Today. " COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party August 4 Primary. Mm Us 8 aw ill Us! 1B I k)S& ? ak A Large American Henry Watterson Cigars 526 W. MAIN ST. HOLD YOUR LOUISVILLE, ,KY. Flag Given Free To Every Child. R.J. THORNTON INCORPORATED & CO. Special Decorations ybur Oum Uncle Sam Will Greet You Monstrous Firecrackers, Etc. ) Teas, Coffees, Spices and Mustard Mills, 126 BULLITT ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. ESTABLISHED 1826. Since l'SSO LEVY BROS. The South's Greatest Store For Men and Boys. WHEAT SACK S AND BUY YOUR AT MARKET AT THIRD. WORKING AV1TII SUCCESS. KEOENT DEATHS. I. S. WALKER & CO PAOIS UTTER RUIN. JOHN Printers P. MORTON (Incorporated) & CO. : Publishers' : : Stationers Bank Supplies Office Outfitters 422424426 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. GEO. C. REIS . PHARMACIST 49 the Fathers S. V. D. working with remarkable sue- in the Shantung district of China. There are at present eev-priests and twelve broth-- 1 ere I the society In Shantung. Now in addition the Holy See lias transferred to the Society of tlvo Divine Word what will comprise a new mission district, that of the Province of Kansau,- one of the most western provinces of China proper. The now district is made up of the Vicariate Apostolic of North ICansu and the Prefecture The poApostolic of South Kansu litical province of Kansu possesses an area of about 200,000 square miles,, that Is a territory approximating in size the whole Atlantic seaboard from the St. John river to the Potomac, Including part of New Brunswick and tha Atlantic States as far as Virginia. The population of this political territory Is said to total some 10,390,000 Inhabitants. The Society or the Divine Word can but rejoico. over this recont acquisition to the mission territory now in their charge. We recommend this new vast mission field of the Society to the prayers and support of our kind readers, - I Southeast Corner Preston and Ormsby Avenue PHONES-So- uth EMiCTEO JtEGENT. .the Funeral services for James were held Mdn-ceban, ageU sixty-siday morning at St. Louis Bertrand church. He Is survlved'by his ow, two daughters and one son, who reside at 724 West St. Cath- erine 6treet Monday morning the funeral of Miss Helen J. Weber, eighteen years old, took place from St. Elizabeth's church. Her death followed an eratlon lor appendicitis and was a severe shock to her nany friends. She Is survived by her mother, Mrs. Mary Weber, 1119 Forrest avenue; a brother, Henry Weber, and two Bisters, Misses Anna Marie, and Evelyn OU Weber. News of the death on Saturday morning of Mrs. Virginia Colllngs McAteer, 1G48 Cherokee road,, beloved wife of John McAteef, spread a pall of gloom among her wide circle of friends and acquaintances. A woman of high standing and lovable In every way, she was held In high esteem by all who enjoyed her acquaintance. Besides her husband, she Is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Charles R. Longv Jr, Mrs. James M. Wlntersmlth and Mrs. Harry It. Downes; a brother, T. Colllngs, and a sister. One son also Miss Emily Colllngs. survives her, Vincent J, McAteer, of Hole-ar- e x, ss wld-enty-t- op-Pe- ns Crit-tend- pn Texas, and South 9249; City 49. ...CROWN BAKERY... J. GOLDBERG, PROP. Baker of Pure Rye and Pumpernickel Bread 525 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. C. James A. Farrell, President of United States Steel Corporation, has been elected to the Board of Regents of Georgetown Univer sity. Mr. Farrell, who w'll serve for two yieatfs. has been largely in terested in the Georgetown School His selection of Foreign Service Alls a vacancy caused by the death of Anthony A. Hirst, of Philadelphia, who donated the Hlrat Library The Regents will to the college. meet In New York in the near future to plan an expansloni of the work of the University and the establishment of additional courses. ATTEND YOUR CHURCH. A man who until recently was in the British service in Ireland has Informed some of his friends that If Sinn Fein can hold out for a few months longer England will be forced to accept any terms Ireland may choose to offer. England Is already beaten, he Bays, nnd too has been dn a position to see things from the Inside. The mountain of ex-which England's policy dn Ire. land has piled up lias put heir in a financial slough of despair from is no escape. which there Her ships are crowding her harbors waiting ini vain for cargoes; her factories are almost idle, and armies of icHe, hungry workers marching through the and streets of her great cities have filled tihe whole country with a sense of Impending catastrophe which. Is horrible. This is the condition to policy which iiho Lloyd George-Tor- y of terrorism in Ireland has brought the English people. A change must soon take placo if England is to bo saved from utter ruin. A free Ire land reaching out for the necessary supplies to enable her Tieoplo to live as civiljzed and progressive people should live would soon set England's shops and .factories running full blast. This is an aspect of tho situation that the friends of Ireland should .press lh;me Into the minds of tho Britisi(i nation. counter-marchin- g Mutual Benefit in Name Mutual Beneft in Character Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company W. W- - DENNIS & co. 1014 STARKS BUILDING. HENRY I. FOX ...LAWYER LOUISVILLE TRUST BUILDING W. H. CHICKEN SUPPER. MINISTERS' OPINIONS. hot and cold lunch .- the Protestant churches. The adseason vice of any Catholic priest to any acquaintance of his He be, "Go to church." would BEEF SANDWICHES SPECIAL HOT ROAST wouldn't attempt to drag him Into phone crrr 1503 the Catholic Church, but would sugMl WEST MARKET STREET gest his going to his own church if hfi had one. but in any case to .. v v . . 'S'SSA''S' some church. Father Duffy's atti MAIN tude on the battlefields of France indent! the Catholic state of mind. Ho would divide the catnoncs ana 14 Protestants into groups and after 2547 assembling the Protestants would JJOVtWLTHUTT hunt up a Protestant chaplain to 10UUIIU.ITC preach to them while he held services for the Catholics REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY Drs. Harrison and Strassburg the Charles The Jlev. John B. Pelfer, pastor good on steel magnate, stands City 7720. says: "The real of St. Helen's church, on the Home Phoit ground when ho Eighteenth-streroad, sailed last successes In life are not always the WQSt S2A3 men who have made lots of money. week for Germany, to be gone until Sliawneo 880 My idea of the successful life ia October. that of the man who has accomHOOT, MONl plished the objects for which he set out, who has done something that "How's your cold, Donald?" Is worthy of a real American." "Verra obstinate." "And Ijow'a your wire?" v HINTS ON STYLE. ''About the same." Tea and coffee shades are rivalXTtESHEN StATTING. r ing gray. FOB A GOOD worn Many tallqr-madthese " Sponge with strong Bait water. If das have no belt. much faded or stained, aponge with Burnt orange'v and honeydew are strong isoda water. GraaB and fibro CORK FIRE IiOSS. the leading shades. rugs may be freshened, with salt The losses suffered by the incenCretonne and gingham parasols water, but are Injured by tho soda 4059 WEST MARKET STREET exdiary fires in Cork now total In ate offered this summer. solution. cess, of $20,000,000. Great property Tailored suits are more popular We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. , East 9153 Highland 841 loss "has also 'been sustained through this season than they have been TAKES OUT SPOTS. Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. Wo Use All Modern tho Black and iTana In Cashel, since the war. WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT crarot Cavan, Kerry and Cover greaso spots on wall paper Sailor hats plainly banded, or 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Wexford, wound around the crown with crepe, with white "blotting paper and hold Repeat a warm iron over ihem are much worn. Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. BOSTON DRIVES. ; EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK silks, particularly this operation with a fresh piece of Soft, supple PJiouo City 4503 Phone CUy 4603 crepes, have a great place In sum- paper until all the grease is GKO. J. HOMISEH, Prop. BAXTER AND BUECKINKIDGE closed two Boston has Just Conmer fashion affairs. funds. CONSTRUCTION CO. tributions drives for of $3,500,000 v The short back, poke has done a In excess NATIONAL CONCRETE SAVE Tins HELTi. Incorporated Opens a Savings Account at the. Largest and were received. To extend the facil- - uood deal toward reviving interest College, nearly $2,- In thet drooping brim. ities of" Boston A sliver bell. Wvhich is said to be Oldest Bank in the State. more The campus coat made of camel'B the first bell rung on the signing 500,000 was receivetu wirio. sweater of the Declaration of Independence, LOUISVELLK, KY. than $750,000 was turned m . hair Is a s'ip-oBOAKD OF TRADE BUILDING 6 relieve the distress in ireianu. that Is fast nieeting with favor. Is said to be hanging in the tower A. J. ObJJaeehlager, Secretary 'J, B. Ohligschlager, President It Is reported that organdie will of St. Francis Xavler's church, CITY 8S29 WHERE IjBGION JiEAIS. summer be aa. much in favor this Ind, PIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Organdie hats will also as last, ",' New York, with 15,243 members, be very popular. ACCESSORIES NOT. SHE, Till) AUTO LAUNDRY leads thq our5try as the largest k Several smart hats have, a in the EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI American Legion State trimming, which simulate & ROSENHAM GADDIE Aren't ou going MACARONI M.rsv Easthlll Union, Illinois Is second with 5,-73-2 Spanish combs. are often to invite Mrs. Gewgaw to your dinTheee " Pennsylvania and members, 414 SOUTH HIGHTH BTRBHT or plaited mallne. made, of ner party? third with $51,882. Certainly ot: I Mrs. RowehiU Handkerchiefs of linen aro colSKILLED MECHANICS AUTO REPAIRING BY .of the entertained her once "before and she ored Ml the bright had WORK DONH PROMPTLY FASTKH THAN MGHT. HpMB PHONK. CITY 7576 rainbow. Some jn pm ?iue never recuperated. 61 Electricity tnwwta mbout 62 0 hva the llnleet oC rolled edges aad WHEN WASIDNG PAIN3 little whit initiate worked to the We cond nril further Itf DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired ligat. paint, ECKERJLE DRUG COMPANY Boap oC co4inw removes JOHN ItE0CIU, SONS Ul WAX BEST FLOO I0at L tmtr ing formed, A rooteri elu1 t D 1VX1YTHINQ OUT RATI ALL TEX TIKI OUi BUCKMJ lead of it a cuniul of oaraeaftan? feyerr 9nady t the ItUBBBR TOMB POT OX which The bet wax tor a floor i mad uliui nuked and Dourad Otto a ajl njtirn. ako MABXim JMitimrtLvm. TOYS, NOVBtrOB, WKJ. and all member are urged to nm MAILS FCUi MNK OP of a mixture at beewa paraffin and, of warn waiter. It remove the dint . oUl CITY SIM Join. a food rootln It Meentl! W turpentine. good gtoae. ..... . and leave a - BTRBBT good btneball. fit naot SOFT DRINKS oysters J. KEMPER The people of St, Denis church. promise their Cane Run road, friends the most select chicken sup per of the season at their picnic to be held next Tuesday atternoon and "With a stove designed evening and built for frying chickens which does not dry up the meat they have made a reputation for their ffled Rev. Father Zoellep and chicken. their city his iparlshloners Invite friends to come out and take supper with them on that day, when they will enjoy all the features of a real country picnic. Take the bus line at Twenty-eight- h and Dumesnil, SUCCESSES. M. The Catholic Church doesn't rejoice In the dearth or preachers in non-Catho- At the Presbyterian General As sembly, held in Belfast, Rev. Ar mour declared the Northern Parliament was a legislative boycott of of Ireland, and. therefore waa doomed to failure. An other clergyman, Rev. Strahan, said be was anfleotea ,to tne sinn irem for quick transit along the road to attend the assembly. ReT. Young, referring to his experience as n Presbyterian minister in the wes or Ireland, saw tnat aus poopio never suffered any discourtesy from their neighbors on ithe ground of religion. 'thiee-f6urths JAM'S DANCING ACADEMY CLASSES ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS Private Instructions By Appointment GONE TO EUROPE. FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. in Schwab, great et city vmmsms&suk pUWl ;... VXOM BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT es j ' OHIOKEN DINNER "ROMIES" Tlp-perar- y, GENERAL CONTRACTORS HOME-PHON' E. ti1 Oft tipl.VJKJ - tt 54-8- Vln-cenne- s, National Bank of Kentucky high-bac- la-c- ( A. -- tin PENDENNIS Inc. SONS CO. ENGELHARD jLjF kt - tb' .OO-CAWT- mtf , .xn.'uinnT V v. . u cs Kxjoasrsr fcA'AAAAAAAAAAMMAAAAAAAA-A"AAAAAAAAAj xiex&xx aj32bxxjji&.. ATl'EAts FOB IRELAND. M PHONE 2635 I For Best Service and Quality of Work in the City suits Men's suits Men s three-piecMen's light weight overcoats Men's medium weight overcoats two-piec- e e $1.50 1,75 2.00 .,$2.00 to 2.25 2.50 to 3.00 1.75 to 2.00 o5 75 '. 1.00 , ,. 1.0 Wool and silk dresses Evening and fancy dresses . Cotton dresses Plain skirts Pleated skirts Waists White Material 25c Eitra , Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks - 2.00 $1.50 up A splendid musical treat was en joyed by the members of tho St. Ifelona's Club at their social meeting when Prof. Patrick n'0'iii.nM uuu iruM .unuu !uuua rt.M inj&a vuuiiuuu atorf rendered Liszt's Concerto No. 2, Tho 'rendition of this well known number was executed with natural grace and polso throughout J. the long and difficult composition. ) Iter. Daniel Linefert, O. F. M., was next on tho programme and entertained tho girls with an amusing talk In- his witty and winning way. Miss Martha Fisher showed much promise Jn her recitation. Her selection was "The Ruggle3 Getting Ready for the Dinner Party," taken from "The Bird's Christmas Carol." Tho closing number, a Japanese J. fan drill, was also much enjoyed. n-i f MUSICAIj evening. ir!i ', Organized lab,br Immediately will call on President Warren G. HardHere Today and Tomorrow ing, his Cabinet and Congress td bring about recognition, of tho Irish Ropublio ,and will protest to qreat Britain against tho "brutal and uncivilized warfare being conducted in Ireland." Jn accordance with Instructions at tho convention tho Executive Committee of tho American Federation, of Labor authorized Two Games Monday President Samuel Gompers to take up the Irish matter at with Game cHd at 3:30 o'eteek. Rmmd Hits tho Government officials. once counTho wW h sale at SeweiMrtr's. cil also authorized the sending im- meaiaxeiy ot a communication to Premier David Lloyd Georgo and his Cabinet, protesting aaglnst tho "campaign ot vioienco and destruction In Ireland." BASEBALL LOUrSVILLE vs. f HERMAN STRAUS -- W ,0 SONS MASKEtSTMCT t. V: rewtxn'MftNue) aspjr -- T "omtiFtom WeQlY. and Redeem QeJd Trading Stamps. INDIANAPOLIS BOYS' SUITS K.'OP O. RETREAT. APPOINTED FIRST ASSISTANT. PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY HARRY B. DRIVER PROPRIETORS 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. SON! a.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj j e Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer excellent Coffco, OK tho delegation to consist of members of. tho order and their friends. The second retreat will be hold July 16, 16 and 17, while the third is announced for July 22, 23 and 24. The expense is $13.80, which in cludes railroad fare for the round trip. Those returning from the first retreat will arrive in. Louisville at 7;40 Monday, July 11. OATIIOIdO The first section ot Knights of Columbus pilgrims to make the retreat at Qethsemane monastery will leave next Friday morning at 8;23 (railroad time) from Union Station, I LOUISVILLE. KY. T.lcPLoHe. l ELECTRIC WATERS APARTMENTS Phono City 4240 Ql GO. Tho death recently of Chief Jusanother decrease over the old price tice White ot the United States SuMANUFACTURERS for this Coffee. Thie is the beet Coffee for the price preme Court recalls the fact that FINE CANDIES on the market. Give us a trial. the Chief Justices of threo of the greatest countries In the world, Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty during practically tho same genera1930 West Market Street tion, have been practicing members of the Catholic Church. Edward Phone Shawnee 2347 212 WEST MAItKET STREET. Douglass TVhite adorned that exEstablished 1888 alted position in the United States; Beth Phones 1323 Sir Charles Fitzpatrlck has held it LOUISVILLE CEREAL MILL CO. with distinguished honor In the DolUCOrparaiea HOT BATHS minion of Canada, and Lord Russell LIGHTS Manufacturers of the Celebrated made it the crowning glory of an honorable career' in England. Brand three pounds for Thie means only OtJv OIIIEF JUSTICES. GOODIE CANDY Deserving honors have come to James J. Lenihan, ot Cedar Rapids, Iowa, who has Just been named ae first of the four special assistants to Attorney General1 Daughorty in Washington. During tho last campaign Lenihan was in charge ot the speakers' bureau for the Western division of the Republican, party and his service no doubt had much, to do with his selection for the important post to which he has been assigned. For several years he has been practicing law to Cedar Rapids. He is a fourth degree Knight ot Columbus and a brother of Rev. D. J. Lenihan, of ueuar iiapids. Pres-idonti- $10 ishecL al We are offering you these Suits I .. vwy opccicu pncey just toaaver--1 tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate-- ! terials, splendidly tailored and fin-. i i PAPAL HONORS GIVEN. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW JOHN M. MULLOY Furnished For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms RELATIVES IN RELIGION. Tho celebration of West Chestnut SWISS CLEANING -- OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. niversary of SIsteV Mary Bernard Hayes religious profession in tho Sisters of Mercy took place recently at the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy in Joplln, Mo. She was born EARNS GOLD STARS. In Ireland in 1844, and on tho death of her parents, during the At tho meetmg of tho letter carCivil War, was. educated by her uncle, Right Rev. John J. Hogan, riers' local union this week William , tho first Bishop of Kansas City. Sister Mary Bernard comes from n religious ifamily, there being more than fifty relatives either priests or religious. 3069,-South the fiftieth an- Right Rev. Peter J. Muldoon, Bishop of Jlockford, III., has been named by Popo Benedict as assistant afc the Pontifical throne. Tho Pontiff has appointed Very Rev. P. F. Farrelly, rector of tho Church of the Assumption ot the Blessed Vlr-B,n Emmetsburg, Iowa, and Rev. .aiunony 11. oiein, recior or. at. JTYonl, 1iiih llnfsntn M T H, WMU.OVU, lit ft, WWN.1.U. WMU.M, DO" domestic prelates. He also has conferred tho decoration of Knighthood of the Order of St. Gregory tho Great upon Capt. P. H. Rice, "NONESUCH" ot Atigusta, Georgia, for his excelMeal, Grits, nomlny, Corn Flour, lent work Jn connection with the Dairy, nog and Poultry Feeds activities or tho Catholic Laymen's FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS Association ot Georgia. City 12C5 FEAST OF VISITATION. VIsItatlqn of the Blessed Virgin. When after the annunciation Mary visited the house of her cousin. St. Elizabeth, the latter was filled with the Holy Ghost, and bursting into $10 THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MKANA PURE PASTEURIZED MUK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER wiU The customer A SPECIALTY know that you watch his interests if you sell K. & I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS This Saturday is tho feast of the KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 426S SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCOXPOKJLTK) BOTH BILLS BEAD. Office G17 SoHth Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. don't forget-Tha- t -- GRAYV0N ALLMEN j.. Sanitary Milk Co. MMWSXA' The Sheppard-Townmaternity bill 'is dead" for this session oj Congress. So is the education bill, according to Representative Simeon D. Foss, of Ohio, Chairman, of the House Committee on Education and one of tho House leaders. Tho maternity bill, which by was so strongly advocated women'fl organizations throughout the country, may bo reviowed at tho er mm. ',-- dressed Mary and pronounced her blessed above all other women. tl000 ?ank Acconnts. representing 150,000 people with m aa &3,ooo,ooo, h the monument of conffdenn briU by thi Mary- stayed with her cousin almost safe, conservative siity.six.vaar.old bank. threo months, after which she re- people of Louisville turned to Nazareth. UNDER - raptures ot astonishment at the mystery of tho incarnation, sho ad- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. THE BIG CLOCK rf.Mteto Smith-Town- er JUNIOR CIRCLE. MARKET AT SECOND cording to- Fess, "but thero is not a chance for It during the special session." - December session of Congress, ac- lish a day nursery. AH the enter tainments the Junior Circle plan are most attractive, and no doubt a largo crowd will take advantage of the opportunity for a rido up the river on a hot evening. WITH OUT DEBT. Tho Junior Circle of the Queen's Daughters" is arranging' a "moonlight" on the steamer America for Friday, July 15, at 8 d'clock. The Queen's Daughters do much charity work, and they hope soon to estab- Metn m GIFT FROM FANS. IS THE II HOME OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS," LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Prior to his assumption of the pastorate at Ml. Jewett, Pa., Rev. O. J. GJeason, assistant at St, Stephen church, Oil City, was the guest of honor at a dinner at the Arlington Hotel, at which ho was presented with a gold watch by tho players or the Oil City Baseball Club and a puree by baseball fans. He was also pfesented with a substantial purse by members ot St, Stephen's congregation. RECOVERING. teiieatntifittctis3aneiMmeeiii W --. With Miss Catherine Broderick Qalek Meal GeaKaaiee Sold, Installed mai UiBMr Reeeaiaaciided as leader tho following clrls hnvo Tho Rov. J. R. Clark. O. P.. ono twin cm: 'LEAGUE. been spending the' week at Camp of the Southern band ot Dominican q Trinity Council and the Knights uuuinn; juusses juanito. Hobbs, missionaries, who had his. tonsils 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Katzenberger, Ruth Mueller, w. removed last week, is recovering of Columbus staged the feature ST game in ,tne Twin CJty League Sun- Genevieve Bohr, Bertha Ralbert, from the operation. day, Summers and Brownnald. the Flora Mae Ridge, Anna Bell Greg-orlCombustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing Ruth Cash, Catherine Brlscoo, veteran pitchers, furnishing a battle VISITS liEPER COLONY. royal. Summers winning tho game Elizabeth Chamberlain, Irene Cum521-2- 3 COURT PLACE City 38 City 38 The Very Rev. Leo Greullch. O. ior innuy in tne tentn Inning with mins, Lavinia Meyer, Jeanetto Hazel Bieglen ! M. C. formerly of this city, but a slashing triple, the final score now Provincial and stationed at being 4 to 3. The St. X. club hung COST $500 EACH. Syracuse, and Very Rev. Norbert onto second place by defeating the i ;: Scheid, O. M. C, superior and rec- Knights of St, John 1C to 9. Mackln AL. S. SMITH, PROP. DOMESTIC -STEAM tor of the Church ot tho Assump- ran away from Delisle by a score of Tho cost of returning tho bodies tion, who returned recently from 14 to 3, Tomorrow1 ithey play as of American soldiers from France is Mackin vs. Trinity, approximately ?500 each. We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky an official "visitation to tho Com- follows i vs. Knights of St. John and St. proaucea, ana can mereioro iurnian your requirements wun tne nest satis- munity of Franciscan Sisters in tho faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal Hawaiian Islands, visited the leper X. vs K. of 0. Sunday, July 10, MILLIONS ARE ASSESSED. will colony at Molokai. NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. The Sisters of tion, be the annual fleldi day celebraof the Twin City at Ecllpeo We operato three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special St. Anthony's Convent, of which "Within the last year the Irifth BOTH PHONES 810. ana Trinity ana St. X. will people have been assessed moro reducod prices on car load shipments. Mother Margaret is tho head, have meet again and. the champs ot last than. been in charge of tho colony since $25,000,000 in Amrfmn thirty-seve- n years ago, when tho season will have to beat Trinity money at the present rate of exSOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, HARVEY-JELLIC- O to have & look-ifor tho flag. In change for personal Hawaiian King Kalakaua appealed (XNOOXFOKJinM) addition many field events will bo damage in twentyona and property to the Bishop of Honolulu for Sis! counties and Yard and Elevator, Fepo and Payno Streets-- " ters to care for the women and staged and the many followers ot four boroughs. Tho assessments have 1GOO S. first Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard girls on the leper island. The the Twin City eJiould turn out en been made against them by Brit- "H"H t i Hfj'lQiM-yn-lMMain 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starks Building. HQM: Franciscan .Sisters at Syracuse at masse to give .tho officials and play-er- a lsh judges In Ireland and a largo encouragement for the splendid percentage represents tha nmonn once accepted the call, At present' ball being Sisters on the amateur there are thirty-fly-o furntehod awarded Black and. Tana for in island, all of who in have been sent throughout tho season. juries and alleged injuries received out from Syracuse. in conflict with Irish Republican COLONEL8 VS. 1IOOSD3RS. priests spent Easter Sunday The troons. According to h nrfnii on the leper island and were imlaw which 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Mak your home hospitable and attracThe Louieville bi.U club left Co- madeunder must be the awards are pressed with the piety and devotion they paid i lumbus tor home test night ,'and payers ia .the particular by the rate manifested at the .mam and other tive this winter by the the addition of district in Although they suffer a will appear at Eclipse Parkythte which the alleged personal or prop services. attractive and correct lighting. great deal ot pain, they are cheer- afternoon in he first ot a series of erly uawagei occurred, wiuie tho ful and charitable, always ready to four games with Indianapolis, to- British PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING PURNITURE help one another. Some of the pa' day, tomorrow and a morning and awards Judges continue to make the the Irish people continue to tients are blind and many are un afternoon game Monday, .the 'Fourth refuse to pay them and so far their able to walk. Father Scheid visited of July, These are the only home efforts llave been successful. ' Climb. Mala 209S-- a Haae City 2008 many of tho lepers in their cottage, until July 23, as following In County Meath tho total awards and said that they were all neat Monday game the club goes for a made last year to wounded Black m,a,itiit.it.tii, and clean and very friendly. It is swing around the entire Western and Tans amounted to nearly XXCOXrOKAYM) a great day ,for them' when a circuit. With the club fighting while in County Down 538 WEST JEFtfJBRSON City 897 stranger arrives on the Island, for hard to secure a Arm hold on first about ono half that amount was asMain 1800 very lew people are allowed to visit place it Is up to the fans to turn sessed aaglnst the rate payers. The 'Crystal Electric Waeber and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants . KOMHffHOJNBSft CUMHEKLAJVD MAIN 371.r out and give them a rousing sendoff lawards in County Sllgo have been them, A new treatment, consisting ot in the (present series with ImMan- - larger than those in County Meath. an oil fre-- a certain tree in India, apoHs. Speaking ot ctub support, it Tae award ta County Cork have Is now being tried. For some years is significant to note that Toledo r VnWn. ff.p nM ifm HI TfMf. M the patients have been taklag it was not satisfied with at attendance passed the $18,000,00d mark, while In Roscommon they have reached lnternaly without any result, but H of 3,000 at last Saturday' game, lose to $1,000,000. Other counwas discovered tnat injecting the although the eltvb has been consist ties have not suffered such enorIf oil was successful. The Injection ently flirting with the cellar. Thl mous awards because of the fc to given once a week, and the re- must shame the supposed Louisville that military activities have not action of the medicine causes in- boosters when it is considered that ben so .freouent la their counties am Calvert Hyt, Iiwk tense pain for two day. However, the Colonel la first place playing in other parts of Ireland. ::' One' fatcat Lltita Pipe fw Steam Cea4hs, the leper are very anxious for the Toledo lat Saturday a week had Black and Tan constable was! treatment, tor they all ttye. la hope lees than that amount, Wall Ceyla.Sraia Tile, Vitriiei IrkK, awarded ?,goo because he lost a part of his mustache in a conflict: that may win eomeume be cureu. i FW FrMte riM Llalafl, Fire Brick, SCHWAB'8 Jmm FRM8BNT, Trotter, Br.. Commieeioner of another was awarded $7,500 beleaaa NHTfSrat aa4 Seller Tile, Fire Clay, CUauf Tej. l HMI In Honolulu, told Father During the celebration of the cause he testified that he, had beea Sebeid that he believe, that with eaeerdotal gotdea Jubilee of Rev kidnapped by the Irish forces and ., OFFICE 934 SOUTH THIRTBBNTH STRBBT. thie treatment, Japroey wkl b con- fWrdiaaad KKteM, rector of St. hald ca'ptlv' .over' igt. Hie nervquered in tan year. The who are Michael chuMfc. Loretto. Pa., tut ous system was shattered as a re. PHOWW CITY MAIN 7. inaarBDifi wui iihto awn 9J lami 'was presented wftft a Bulekr autor sult, he said. RepubThe ti sim. and HMMlltA treaimeat wm km. moowe ay. mm. uaanas M.,mmtu , licans had bo record Irishhis be.a of .f mmouJImw 4 V. I..J .. Mttlr .MM 7 .. mjl naa taHmtu eaai.urea.'ti hM.ij , dieeaee. ' R happenedh T oougregatlon, Ibers of the mf-, irnvrnmuLm, KXe. Ma-ri- HUBER HAND STOKER A campaign to raise $50,000 to (a wipe out the floating debt on tho Where tfee hohm fcrfgkteet ( P. Koster, the well known postman, Church of the Sacred Heart, West street, New York City, Where the work U was awarded tv gold stars in rec- Fifty-fir- st ognition Of his thirtV-flV- ft Uffktoet; vsnm' has been undertaken as a part of service in tho organization and as a the celebration in honor ot the Where the eaeal U carrier for Uncle Sam. Mr. Koster golden Jubilee ot the ordination of cooked beets delivers at present on tho route Right Rev. Msgr. Joseph F. Mooney, from York to Kentucky and from rector of tho church and senior Where the range stands tfc (wet Fifth to Sixth street. "Bill," as Vicar General ot the archdicese. he is known to all, is deservedly That's where the JOLLY CAJIP p.RXY. popular and. is busy receiving "Qaiek Heal" eeaes Where the Quiclt Meal Comes In When work la OOJMI Where Where bakfcag gtrea light, Where dredge 1 right That's when fu eooktag aeaov-rea- l m "Qakk Meal" eeeae tot GEHER& SON, MAET e, iaaaaeMiaiftitieiiifirTTTIg(tfBftBr)yt(Btt(g n, GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director COAL- De-lis-lo ai I Funeral and Embalmeri COAL COMPANY n, I teate()U))t(Bt i HM Brighten Up Electrically! DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT! Directors and Embalmers both iHtoisr;S. 1 Funeral ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY sa-me- e '. '. iiinimiMiiiiinit.ittt(1mJ))t1)' IJ. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. .4. Main e&tireefe 4. I P. BANN0N a4 kiMi'i PIPE CO. I at VVV1rVvtvtVMttttftj L! X). '. J - S73-17CUM- - 1- .- I Funtral Director aid BAX ml)almr :$d ,. r ?i v'1 .f h . Zm ,"y