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Pkms 432 Kentucky Irish American 3. r ?v 7cr.: ' PHONE: HOME ON MAW DrWer At LoMlJvIlfoTMterttTrnHhf Hftty leoo lrt lneorxrM4 VOLUME XLVU-- NO LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY JULY 16, 1921.. panying the prelate on a motor dr've through a park when fhey heard cries from the river. Seeing mo gin struggling in the water the priests throw of their coats, leaped in and pulled her to safety. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DEMOCTRATJO VOTERS AGAINST JUDGE GREGORY. CENTENARY The Thl.nl Order r St, Frmu.ts Founded Seven Hundred A'eai-H- . In an appeal to Franciscan tertlarles, Father Cuthbert, O. S. F. C, II Jlvijllia t says: "Tho Franciscan order 'has ' from Its Infancy considered HRrf.f X especially commissioned by God to oppose tho selfishness and luxury of the world." Never was tho work of the devoted men and women who belong to this pious confra-n VI CA- "JW, L11U' II '.Sb;. trail all day long. This Is none ternity of greater Importance than r -- '.n .. rii m nm r.nWjUi! XW,,. in.. vt other than Nick Denunzlo, candi oday. Never has It promised ' arger results. For selfishness and date for Jailer against Searcy's man Dover, and thus far Nick has re luxury have once more, as In fused to accept the compromises Francis' time, become abomlnablo AA1TXESSED DIG VARADE. offered by the machine bosses to let vices of the social body. To oppose up on his attacks. a barrier to this insidious plague, AV Tho old gag Dr. AVm. B. Dohorty has returned iu uiicck uie spread or Machine Having Open and AVIdc- - methods were first used In his case rrlvolous lifrom a visit to his son. Dr. AV. cense, has become an Imperative soat. the convention. He was ridden spread Mutiny Right In Its Brown Doherty, In New York City, cial' necessity. Will dove of peace finally come to Ireland after her Jong and over rough shod and his friends But tho brave work and on the Fourth of July wit- must be dono by men and women of , Itanks. were told that tho machine would momentous struggles for freedom? nessed the great procession of the the wtotfd. Here Is the splendid opmo enough negro repeaters' to beat many divisions of tho American As- portunity for tho members Xlck or any of tho other of the sociation for Recognition of the Third Order. candidates In the primary. "tf'or. says Fathoc Irish Republic. To tho Kentucky Cuthbert, "St. Francis founded his Nick Denunzio, Judge Thus 'far the bluff has failed to Joe KIrwan, Irish American Dr. Doherty said: Nfck Vaughan for Police work. order for all whoso souls Yiiiigluin and Matt Holt Iead "From 9 o'clock ot 2 o'clock tho against the corruption and revolted Judge. AVllllam Zelser sin of ' Republic the time, and when ho extended his friends ot tho Irish Insurgents. and Jack Thomas for Representamen, women marched and chil- order eo as to embrace men and! tives are also causing some worry dren by the thousands on Fifth women living In tho world he creto the machine. Nathan Howell avenue from Elshth streot to Cen- ated a hostile camp in the midst of and A. H. Field for Magistrate are "hick" 'ilremcn and tho greatest commander-in-chie- f of the Irish tral Park, carrying banners em- - the world with Pity Poor Judge Quia Trying to De. bucking the machine and bo Is AV. lire loss in Louisville's history, tho Republican army, and Richard Mul- - blamatic of American and Irish free- the social Itself to do battle degenIt. Leight for Constable. dirty streets and alleys, and the immorality of a cahj-ifend Near Mnyor Smith's chief of staff, will not attend dom. lined erate age." The sidewalks wore And this is not all. In the Board protection and encouragement of the London conferenco In the Sinn with cheering thousands. At Cen and Gnau tho vicious and gambling negro by The century of SU of Aldermen KIrwan was ' Fein delegation. The delegates, I tral Park, rousing and invigorating like our own, a time of Fraicis social were dropped because they wouldn't the present "reform" ndntinlstrn-tion.- " great T am advised, will be De Valera and speeches by brilliant orators and dlsturance and discontent. n AVhat a Job that will bo for bow to tho orders, There and Harlan, Schardeln. and AVIllson Quln and' what a picnic It will bo De A'alera and Peace .Delegates Arthur Griffith, in company with tho reading of tho Declaration of were feUds and fierce civic rivalries two of the Southern Unionists who Independence marked the end of a which drove men like Dante Into i NEGROES Alt 13 ()X AVARPATII. were dropped for some unknown for Overton Harris, the Democratic Lciivo DubllrQe Meet Lloyd participated in the Mansion House memorial day with tho largest pro- exile. There was vulgar luxury nnd reason. To replace KIrwan tho" nominee, to pin Quln down to anconference here Sir Maurice Dock- - fession In the cause of Irish free- display of finery and ostentatious machine . selected v Joseph. AV. TOr- - swering Just what ho thinks on the ,ticrxe. rell and Sir Robort AVoods. dom ever witnessed in New York. wealth bedde squalid poverty. There N.4 ibovoooaplodukii.'tlw'lIlKheirttJrx peytvYardmastcr'rof the J"-of those who witnessed the vras jUhOi railroad, as a candidate for Alder- rate m ttie country. certainly amusing to note the man. It's orate tho big victory of th truce. enthusiasm displayed, like myself, poor and contempt fortoward 6T When ono considers tho coming Then came the laughable thole desperate efforts of tho Republican part. Tho class of "patriots" who campaign it can readily be seen Nevertheless there Is not fall to that the ,.,', Abandon UsoUltlon that everything general de- - could of the Irish believe for free- jowly station. And as 1n our day, people spirit for peace machine organ to keep under cover belong to Old Glory, Sweet Liberty that there are only one or two es the latter reacted by following repernls on the London conferenco unconquer formers who dom Is undying and Force to Overcome National and minimize the knock down and and the other fanatic organiza- sentials necessary for Democratic promised relief The fear of the members of the able." drag out contests going on la tho tions, and who are great defenders success. through means tho ohurch was Tho first is to let Mr. Right. Irish , Republican army Is that PreHerald of the ling in times of ieaoe, be- Harris obliged to condemn. local G O. P. ranks. The out and carry the To a society mier Lloyd George will hedge at professes to bo busy keeping track gan to address Torpey as "Brothor." fight to Quln, Searcy & Co., calling CHICKEN GALORE. thus rent asunder St. Francis aptho last moment and will trim his pealed, not as an ordinary social of any dissensions in tho Demo- Torpey's candidacy became a joke a spade where it Is a spade, etc. nromlRp.s. tVio iWoi, t T.hrfo cratic lines, and thus far has only with his many friends and he was The first duty however, will be for Sntlsfnctlon The parishioners ot St. Paul's reformer would, by criticising tho by tlio People of publican army chiefs have hail a church, Felt been able to dig up a little tilt be- "kidded" so much about being tho Democratic City and County Jackson and Kentucky, evil tendencies, but rather by pointspecial order transmitted through never looked forward with more ing out a higher Ideal, namely povtween Judge Arthur AVallace and coupled up with tho "bunk patriots" Committee to eliminate some of tho England Over Uultimato tho countryside to hold the organi- Interest to their annual reunion and erty. He hlmselt espoused poverty Attllla Cox for Chancery Judge. Of that he Tan out at the eleventh present primary contests, eliminatRESULTS. zation Intact. picnic which will be held next Tues- and filled the hearts of others wltht course tho poor old Heraldi Is trying hour, and thus far the Herald has ing Judge Gregory whoso mistaken Dublin .Sunday night experienced day, atternpon and evening on tho the same lofty love for her. Thus to obey the dictates of Ches, Matt failed to mention that a machine candidacy can Bo charged first to ft' rnlaxntlnn nt flm .fnrmm- - rlct.l lfj spacious grounds adjoining the did ho become the great social rennd tho "Governor," "who control favorite withdrew. In the women's the City and County Committee di' clpline, but after midnicht there church, and oversee Rb political activities, organizat!oi Miss Hattlo Hoffman, rect. One or two, other races can There will be the usual former of his time. And the Third wo prolonged outbursts of ma- - amusements far young and old, hut Order came Into being becauso but thus far the machine organ's a popular young lady, who has be adjusted, and If there are any PREPARES ichlno gun fire. It could not be the feature that should draw .peo- numerous Demmen and women who efforts to cause trouble In the starred in 'ccal dramatic produc- real contests left (not considering ascertained whether tliero were any ple from, all parts of the city will could not leave the world earnestly ocratic lines have only furnished tions, was director general of the iiww ror Mayor as a contestant) ' casualties, - be tho tried chicken I was privileged to ntamusement to the public, which women's activities In the Repub then let's have a primary that will dinner and desired to realize tho Ideal of the of the Irish supper, of which there will be a Poor Man of Asslssl. "I will be in London for a con- - tend",t,,,le realizes that Ches, Matt and tho lican organization. It is said some stand out as a model for fairness It has been n plenty some. that "Governor" are using tho old stere- of the bon ton element wanted und nn expose of the oTSTr.sTgS is held and then benefit This reunion awell said social this movement It"was T"UniiW n fiasco. great There is no gainsaying the Eanonn Do of St. Paul's otyped methods to cause dissension. control, and presto! the for the reformation; led erals were held and finishing church and to help advance the men forward to heaven by making machine removes Miss Hoff- fact that the peoplo aro with the If tho Herald was really sincere in This, telegram to David Lloyd touches given to tho truce prenara-Georg- excellent work now progressing un- the wav on earth strnlghter and dig us political fights man without even an apology and Democratic party this time, and tho trying to Prime what a field there is right in the Mrs. Aubroy Cossar was appointed present committee can retain that the House of Minister, was read to Hon. A number of staff officers der the direction of the zealous pas- more like unto heaven. It dealt Commons Monday i waited outside to take dispatches to tor, Rev. Fathe Eugene Donohue. not with general abstract principles, From present In hor stead. Now heres the Joke. confidence and support in NovemRepublican ranks? evening amldflt wild cheeifei from the their commands In the country dis- who was for many veai3 stationed but with the actual iacls of tho ber. indications the Democratic contests Mrs. Cossar hns sailed for Europe trlcts. Hardly a week passes without members, at tho Cathedral. To many the world the civic feuds, the Intenso will narrow down a few, but tho. nnd Miss Hoffman's friends feel the Tho Irish delegation to leave Dub-- ! According to the war regulations ehangds and improvements made by selfishness, the luxuriousness some citizen is shot or assaulted Republican troubles with withdraw- slight worse than ever. and tin Tuesday, accompanying Presi- - nobody can travel more than twenty Father Donohoe will be an agree- effeminacy ot the thirteenth cenJudging from all Of tho above by a Keystoner, last week L. Karem dent de Valera, will als and attacks on the machine aro include Arthur miles In an automobile from the able surprise. by a policeman. The ladles of the tury." multiplying dally. ono would think that the Herald being assaulted Grifnth, Robert Barton and Austin point of registration, but yestordny parish have been working hard for AVe speak of our aco a For tho first time In eight years was really overlooking some nasty &everal witnesses testifying that the otack. the age teveninir cars wprp trnitlnc nt tlio Mils- event and promises all a of democracy. Hut the age which or since Marshall Bullitt buckeu faction lights in tho ranks, hut the policeman was soused. That there Mr. reception and. a chicken feast prides itself on being such Is also the machine Ches Searcy and his real, real trouble that is worrying may bo some grounds for this fact leased Barton,a who has Just been re-- doors fo convoy tho courle's to thefrom British prison, is a four corners ot Ireland. The driv- they will long remember. tho age of fierce industrialism; the aides are facing open and down- Ches, Matt and .the "Governor" is Is shown by Mr. Karera's statement wickiow landowner. Formerly hie ers of the cars were supplied with ago which saw the right mutiny in tho ranks, and to the negro question, and the poor that he had to insist on his own was In rise of the the British army and now he two, specia1 permits, both signed by sweatshop, the beginning of child top it all off tho mutiny is wiue- - old machine organ wasn't oven al- - irrest to get the matter lwifore the Is THIRD ORDEH EVENT. Minister of Agriculture of tho Gem Sir Neville MacReady. and u a This week wild labor, the work of mothers in facMireild.' Matt J. Holt, a Clean tn montlnn thnt nishnn fiari' authorities. Republic. mander-ln-chiof tho British tories, and tho grinding of the 2, 3 and 4 aJI Franactive Republican, whom the Her-- a Next distinguished colored divine from youth' is shot by a policeman, who Mr. Stack Is thev Republican Min- - forces, giving clearance through all ciscan October under the heel of capaid dare not attack, Is fighting the Chicago, was hero lecturing In tlio was in citizen's clothes and In a Uter of Tertlarles of the United Home AfTalrs. Ho has been the lines of the Crown forces. Gen. soft drink stand two or more miles n 111., machine tooth and jntrr0St8 0r vilson Lovett, the. nitalism. The labor union and Imprisoned several times, and on MacReady was .made rtwaro of the States will convene nt Chicago. social (legislation are only In a grand nail, and questions the right of the Kro candidate national convention. Legislature away from his own neighborhood. one occasion' mado a for sensational ternut tho couriers took to the machine to select a Sco(t( Under the special guidance of tho beginning; to do away with tho 1Uachlne white Between highwaymen's and RnI1Mt from Manchester Jail. mandants or the county battalions Wild AVest ahooting escaa distinctly Industrial ticket in a rump convention. Mr. nominee. with the approval and worst evils colored The Chicago It Is the wish of the British Gov- - of tho Republican army and their Holy See, His Excellency the Most civilization. ofBut all attempts at soHolt is a candidate for Judge Of the niuhon nlsn throw ft lmnmpmnir pades the lives of our citizens are blessing of ma, o oeiegation be Its nupose Criminal Court against Judge Rev. John Brnzano, Apostolic Dele cial reform will he without avail the ranks ot the ncpubllcans constantly in danger. Right here ernmeni but It tne believed In official day at Is to "cease flro" from Is y noon, when the treaty gate to the United States; of tlio until men realize the needs of socovin, the machine selection. advislnc the necroes to desert wo want to mention, though, how that the Irishmen probably pther of the u. u. iv uiu uui the Republican party If Lovcttl "Governor" Burlingame and his will prefer to live independently, t comes effective No flghfing must three Most Reverend Ministers Gen cializing, not the means ot produccontinue, but trenching must society, tho tion, not even industrial whom the Herald will not even doesn't get a fair deal In the pri- Board of Safety discouraged target three ibranches reigns in officialdom ceed as usual and also the making eral of the order, and ot theof Most but the Individual. Becauso St. refer to Is Joseph R. Kirwan, mary. The audience adopted reso- practice of one of the comedv cona. that will he oro- - ot dugouts. The messaees oIho In Franciscan the conference Patrolman McDonnell, of the "Point, Rev. Georgo A'. Mundeleln, Arch- Francis and his Third President of tho Board of Alder- lutions, defying the machine to beat In full uniform and full other ductive of peace. It was stated eluded the following: this they 'became a socandldato for Sheriff Lovett by unfair method and anmen and bishop of Chicago, tho Franciscan that negotiations probably will last "Tho moment you should receive Friars of the United States are cial psset of priceless value. Exagainst Gray, tho machine selection. nounced that the negro men and wise, had his badge tacked to a over n period a communication of tho breakdown of several months-anisting poverty, teaching charity," St, Those that know Joe KIrwan. and women of the Tenth ward com- fence post and was taking pot shots that first delegation likely will of the London conferenco proceed planning to makiethe which national Francis and his followers brought Is to he is widely known, know him to prised 90 per cent, ot the voters at It to prove his aim, when he bo the Irish by Tertiary convention, Increased financial and legal with the usual hostilities." by citizens who Justice. about social The Abbe be a. clean and aggressive tighter In .that district. Furthermore one was stopped, The cars left In the darkness at commemorateof the seven hundredth Monler In his "History ot St. ,n.i Ma nwnrri In the Board of Al of the colored gentlemen addressing claimed he was missing his mark experts, as y"lntrJcato financial and anniversary the founding of tho midnight so their movements dangerous quite correctly claims: dermen mado bis friends with tho tho audlerice said that Scott, tho and making It real passing on for delicate constitutional points havo, country regions could not be In the Third Order, a memorable event. Francis" traced There are two Convention Boards "The Third Order may be said to be the to be settled.' puldlc, but not with the maciime. machine nomine', sewed buttons on thorn. The board in - It appeared Monday Cheoring crowds', numbering that conver In tho phone ordinance flght Mr. pants for a living, while Lovett case never complimented the offi at St. Angus-tine- 's one of the greatest efforts ever at- -' many thousands of London's Irish wtlh .headquarters KIrwan "bucked" tho near Mayor was nn educated man and could cer for his "diligence, but Judging sations between President De Valera men Monastery 5045 Laflln street, tempted for introducting more Jusand the Prime Minister would reand women, greeted Eatnonn Chicago, which will attend to all tice among men. Thoy (the Termachine when better represent. Louisville, nnd his from past performances will n and him as a detective in the volve around the granting of do- de Valera and the other members of matters of tho doming convention. tlarles) changed the then existing they advocated the gougo raise of district. Tho negroes are wild In minion status to Ireland upon con- the Irish peace delegation on their social order In favor of the weak Further- their enthusiasm for Lovett's can- near future. the telephone companies. dition that tho Sinn Fein demand arrival at Euston Station, London. and humble." more ho questioned the right of didacy, and It's a safe bet that the MOURX HIS DEATH. for the establishment of" an Irish Tho Irish Republican flags waved No wonder Pope Benedict hopes THOMAS 1). CLAIRE. Joe Lawton, tho Ctty Attorney, to Republican League is now working would 'be for an awakening, of Oraddress tho Board bt Aldermen ovortlme in trying to dig up enough Funeral services of Thomas D. republic disposition abandoned, There and Irish songs weer Bung while Charlefl H. Bennett, stricken at der from, the coming the Third obto believe how- London policemen cleared tho way Gethsemane, where ho was making centenary advocating the raise of the Tele- Frankfort pentitentlary residents Claire, retired insurance man and was u ever, that onco tho conference was tor tho men who havo been fighting Referring to the, evils of hen ho should and dead nogro8 to beat Lovett In a Colonel on Gov. J. - servance. phone' Company, AV. 's tho Knights of years. They the retreat withMonday morning Co- our day which he desires to see under way, some means of smooth- Great Britain havo been representing the people the primary. Watch that fight, but at overcome, he says in his pronounceutaff, who died Saturday after- ing out present difficulties would be were escorted for three to automobiles and tumhus. died and opposing the raise. Lawton Is dont' watch the Herald for any of noon of heart disease at his home, found. to whisked' the Governor Hotel Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, ment: "If we consider carefully, machlno candidate for Common- the particulars. the 110 AVest St. Catherine street, For many years Mr. Bennett was there are which will Dublin Dennis wealth's Attorney, Tho candidacy of Judge Huston were conducted Monday morning at spondent, O'Connell. following corre during their he- fhelrthe headquarters active In the Knights of Columbus. prevailing at present two passions stay In In this cable sent the perBritish cap Also denying lite ngni or ne. Quln. who proposes to desert the Sacred Heart church, ot which he He was associated with tho Cohan versity of customs incredible press on Monday: ital. the unbounded South Mass nnd the "Governor" to say Court ot Appeals bench, is not prov was a pioneer and faithful member. to ihe American' C59 Specialty Company, Daniel O'Callahan, Lord Mayor of love of riches and an unquenchable "Ireland hopes' that tho time is Just who and who shall not run ing tho strong card tho machlno Mr. Claire" had been 111 ot heart dis not far Fourth street, and was Interested in thirst for pleasure. ot the Cork, is reported by Thenco the distant for office on the Republican tlckot hoped, and! the fact that Quln has ease for several months, and tho oldest ot the when she, ononations', News to have arrived Inthe Central other concerns. European forCork from shame ot our ago, that while proare Attorney WllllfmV Earl nnrl to defend near Mayor Smith- and heat was given as a contributing may take her place among tho free tho United States,. Funerel services wero hold judge of the Crhiflnapourt morning at St Paul's gressing unceasingly In tho conthe present "reform" crowd Is not cause. Born in Ireland, seventy-on- o peoples ot This" stateFather Donohoe cele- veniences and comforts of life, Les c. Roberts ?of Sheriff . Next exactly calculated to put much years ago, he came to Louisville in ment was tho world." church, Rev. given to newspapermen nevertheless In what concerns tho RESCUED KV PRIESTS. Attorney Lkwrlmco "pep" or confidence in him. young manhood and lived, an cotH brating tho requiem high mass, Da duty of living uprightly, which is to the long as the Judi;e could run on (As his who refuses 'his active and useful life. Ho served Sunday evening by Eanwinn Re- the Irish far moro important, It Booms' eager Two priests. Jumped Into the rilw of the mch!ne and the spotless reputation and his; esnoussl with various insurance agencies and Valera, President of "Should! our MEMORIAL EXERCISES. to ihurry hack to the corruption of He added." boycott, announcing- - for of the Blue Sunday Laws all would took an active parf in politics. He Schuylkill river Saturday at PhilaHernia paganism. And In truth tho more against THchr, tH bf wellt IBu't here comes a snoe, was also active in work of the hope come to fruition, Europe and delphia and saved a young girl Couaty Jtd Now Albany Council, Knight ot men lose sight of the eternal goods "will hear' with, profrom drowning' while Cardinal nwchina nelson, Ntt come the and the snag was furnished by Knights ot Columbia, hawing held all humanity 13 found' reliet thaf the ue of force Dougherty c',ood on the bank ready Columbus met Thursday night at prepared for" them In heaven the who antintwhine candidal Indorsing the Sarcy ft Co, l and Vincennes Castle Halfi-- Oak aro they attracted toward troflblo; than a Smithy adnvtotatraUon at. the Rh jnemlrhlp In Council No, 390 tor to overcome the national right of to give aeeietAnee. The Rev. streets, when memorial exercises moroperishable, P wot rtlrriaK Bkaay year. He M survived by hU Irlaad has been abandoned: oner ones, and once ther Joeepli A, WMtaker, Chancellor of were held for the 4ate Michael J. the pubVica Jttdpw Qafa WiarW,.jHI. WOtT JOHMketa Clatm Marrmio4a. rntnrU iriMrfOo tar the arehweeem ot Philadelphia, Parrell, who for years had been a are sinfully bent toward earfhv w In hi oTvaiirn rteeebei will hare m4 a fcrother and aWar. the tatter laeven rincw Jn kkto en on military power of toe world." every virtue In them easily become . Geonge tb dftfeiwrl the. police, the I two itr Ireland. flht it could v leading j learned that Michael OoJHns. and theto Rot; Oarddnal, Caruana, sec- - Southern,member of tVe order In retary were acsomthe Indiana, (Oeattasaa on Filth Paa,) AVith tho primary drawing near tlio Democratic City anil County Committee could eliminate ono Important contest, wliich contest Is caused by tlio mistaken and course Just pivvlous to tjic convention. L. J). Greene, candidate for County Judge, in tlio principal sufferer because of the committee' mistaken action. At the eleventh hour Mr. Grecno was tlio only candidate and because of liis opuhirity with the younger typo of Democracy and independent voters the Intended selection was widely accredited. And at this eleventh hour tho delegates knew of no other candidate. Then in tho convention, to tho surprise of many, tho name of Judge .lames V. Gregory was sprung, and as it afterwards developed many delegate had been approached by James Fiihcy, Secretary of the committee, asking their support for Gregory. Now if there is ono thing repulsive to lical Democracy it is "fixed" 'conventions or "flxed" primaries, and tho remarks of Mr. Jiimcir It. DuflUi at a meeting of tho committee and candidates Monday is especially applicable to this case, Sir. Duflbi said "between Democrats absoluter convention or primary." If Mr. fairncKS must prevail whether In Fahoy's action In using the weight and Influence, of tho committee working for Gregory was not ofllcial it must bo rcpudiated, mid if It'wns ofllcial tho committee luu done n great wrong to Mr. Greene, jind at tho same time paved the way for future wrongs. Again, Juilgo Gregory, as tho Democratic City and County Committee must know, Is unpopular with Louisville and Jefferson county Democracy. Just four years ago Gregory in public speeches denounced tho then Democratic administration, characterizing "the I"ollco Department, the Sheriff's ofllce nnd other branches of tho city and county administration as parts of a cursed political machine. These bitter attacks of Juilgo Gregory "were circulated in pamphlet form by tho Republican Campaign Committee. Ills nomination for County Judge would be an insult to the, jnen who comThe. men responsible prised tlio last Democratic administration. for his indorsement at the convention owe-- It to the Democratic party to withdraw Gregory and right', the convention wrong. ARE DREAMS TQJGOME TRUE? PROSPECTS 1JRIGHTEX. r I (iff, T Q$S fll! -- -- - i i REPUBLICAN wrem0re&x u-- 31Xle- aCT . , All.Ireland-Js-propar-lng-4o.-- h 4'4.., ff, Three of tho principal Allied nations, Great Britain, France and Italy, have ofllclally .signified their acceptance of President Harding's invuanon 10 IlOllI a confercneo nn limitation of ' armaments, while China has Indicated her readiness to participate In a conference to Far Eastern affairs. Japan fs the only ono of tho Alllea which has not placed herself on record as being ready to take part In tho Washington conference, but it Is expected In ofllcial circles here that her acceptance will be communicated to the United States Government. In Government clrc'es It anneurs to be the consensus of opinion that the meottng at Washington will bo attended by some of tho most prominent statesmen Of tho world. The Osservatore Romano, the organ of the Vatican, prints a semiofficial note warmly congratulating President Harding on tho initiative he has taken for an International conference on the limitation of arm aments. The American President's action, say the note. Is Identical with that which Pope Benedict took In August, 1971, when His Holiness wrote to the Powers with the object of ending the war, and' it adds that tho Pope will experience the liveliest pleasure In seeing his prayers realized under tho powerful initiative of tho United States. rel-atl- Has Heen an Important, and Potent Factor in AVorld's Social ' ' Regeneration. Through Imitation or Tills Saint Lies Every Hope of Future, Salvation. ' THE HOLY FATHER'S LETTER. antl-uuii'hi- ne IRELAND Searcy-Chilto- icrife? LV-- ,,v,rf, iCi- colj recog-Hop- es go-righ- t d . 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(fRADES frLt?) couNcfcfr LOUISVILLE, KY IRELAND SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1921 to waste on those who can not submerge their own petty egoism in HOPEFUL. it r All Indications point to a final the cause for which alt should settlement of the Irish question on strive. We are much more interested in the basis now practically agreed to by the Irish leaders, South and what is goln on Ireland today and AT FONTAINE FERRY PARK Cabinet. in what the people of Ireland are North, and the British President de Valera has the full thinking and doing than In the efMrs. George Zix. advice and- - counsel In his negotia- forts of any individual to keep his VOTE FOR Bring your friends along and make it a real picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bruederla tions of Arthur Grifllth, John Mc- name before tho public. The fact announce the marriage of their tltobert Barton and tho I. R. that the people of Ireland have Neill, Have you tickets on the automobile? Admission 15c. daughter, Miss Elsie Mario BrueA. chiefs, and we are confident that again chosen De Valera 'as Presiderla, to Charles W. White at St. AA A. Sir James Craig and bis Belfast dent of the Irish Republic shows rectory. Miss Helen Francis Primary Election August 6. Schmltt, of Cleveland, niece of the Cabinet will demur to the repre- what they think of him and how William Glenn has returned from Bride, was bridesmaid and Ray G. sentations and pressure of British much they depend on him to lead a ten days' sojourn at French Lick L. Ratterman was Best man. After Ministers and South of Ireland their cause to victory. If some in and West Baden Springs. FOR the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. White CANDIDATE FOR To Smutts, the this1 country can not agree with him Union statesmen. Mrs. Edward C. Laverty and Miss left for a wedding trip and after that is a very small matter. They Dorothy Laverty deft Monday to August 1 will bo at) home at 1848 COUNTY TAX COMMISSIONER South African Premier, falls the distinguished part of being the may call themseflves friends of spend six weeks In Bay View, Mich. Frankfort avenue. Police Court Subject to Action of the Democratic Parity. Mr. and Mrs. John Maguire and chosen Intermediary in consummat- Irish freedom, or any other name agreement between Nation- they choose, but thinking men will children were recent guests of Mrs. EXPRESSIVE OF PATRIOTISM. ing tho 4MM Eugene Lawler at Kenwood. alist Ireland, tho irreconcllablee of not be decelved'by name. They are The following letter, written by PRIMARY AUGUST 6 Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Pooloy havo Northeast Ulster and the English, really doing the work of Britain in returned from a visit with Mr. and Master William J. TIgho, eleven New Location! Government. That the terms of fostering the spirit of faction. Let Sirs. Charles Pooley at Goshen, Ind. years old, Is beautifully expressive heroic patriotism ot the of IMTHESTARKSBLDS Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Pontrich have Irishtho settlement will meet the aspirations us hear as little as possible about people and the spirit Of gone to Chicago to spend some time 4 &WALNUT?,92 and popular wishes of the vast ma- them. that fills his young .AiTr Jrtft with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nellson. noble soul. His grandaunt, and "We know well enough that the the jority of all tho Irish people may fifr Deer Miss Blanche McGrath, certainty. true friends of Ireland are support- Park, left Saturday for Detroit, saintly Sister Mary Beirne, was well bo accepted as a one of the foundation members of -- ifflfto!Sdfltm5 The terms of an independent re- ing the Irish President In hi3 stand w.here she is visiting Mr. and Mrs. the Order ot Mercy in Louisville. t&HftJSBfliinsSiiflli neuEM m public may not bo admitted, but for the freedom of his country. Charles G. McGrath. Ills aunt, Sister Mary Bernard, to etiiBB'Stffi ij3saJ? Lewis has re- whom the Jotter was written, is JOSEPH Mrs. Kendrlck this Is Insignificant, and the name They are doing that In Ireland, and R. KIRWAN iffMBftrtflbl K with does not carry with it at all times It is useless for men in America to turned from a pleasant visit Pewee still living and a member of tho Mrs. W. Robert Warren at Sisters of Mercy, East Broadway, the freedom implied, but under the Bay that they are friends of Irlp1 Valley. this city. The lotter was written terms of settlement all tho ideals fieedom whUo they are trying to Mr. and Mrs. Frank McAulifTe, at Aughacushlawn, Drumcong, '"oflBBDB"r:.,rimi jn.waj in stab President de Valera in the back. Crescent Hill, havo gone to Central n of nationhood, uuhiuji hjosn. csaur."' Juno 20, and is ns . their home follows- economic pursuits and We do not wish to be too hard on City and wi". make national and KSIiBBMSjgJwiw cl "Dear Sister: I wish to return popular government as exemplified them; perhaps most of them nr there. MFEEfr'JoBcaouuuupunuauuanara Mr. and Mrs. George Zix, Clifton, my hest thanks for the beautiful deceived and can not understand and South in Australia, Canada ai WcficscoscRraaaaijSIIinSP 3 are entertaining at their homo Mrs. book you sent me. I took great Republican Primary. iSjECSCtlCCCIiJIflHRIinfwiIlBIBBH But there is Allen Long and son, of Petersburg, pleasure In reading it. I would M Africa will be IJully guaranteed. tho true situation. like to bo as good a boy as 'Paul,' This is the alternative which tho no getting away from the fact that Va. NAZARETH COLLEGE. Miss Minnie Murray, ot Clifton. and if It were God's holy will I leaders of the Sinn Fein move- Pesldent De Valera represents the would like to 'become a priest. I Is open to all High School Gradment have to choose as against a Republic of Ireland. Supporters of Is In Now Orleans, where she will hope you will pray for mo to be (her sister, hopeless and destructive warfare the republic are supporters of it? spend J.the summer with Groff. good, and also for my father, uates desiring to pursure a course Mrs. J. Graff, and Mr. of higher education. Courses leadin which the odds are too great to chosen President. Eugene O'Neil and wife, of Day- mother brothers and s'ster. and ing to bachelor of arts and bachefor our dear country. Could you success. offer hopes: of ultimate ton, Ohio, have been visiting In your great big lor of science degrees are planned to TAFT COMES BACK. tho guests of Mr. and do anything help get For the sake of tho honest, faithcountry to us? Our boys arp according to the best standards ot George O'Neil. Mrs. ful, GwMearlng people of Ireland fighting hard against big oddw, and our American Educational System. Appointment of Taft Mrs. E. H. Clark and daughters though the fight may lu long they women, children and the old folk SISTER DULA, Doan from a week's visit will never give in. I hope God will 851 South Fourth Street who have suffered so much and to succeed the late Chief Justice have returned with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. strengthen them In their battle for Louisville, Ky. past three Whlto was not unexpected. A more John F. Wathen, at Bardstown. 60 heroically for the I remain, dear Sister, freedom. years, we bespeak the good wishes fitting appointment could scarcely Mr. and Mrs. George Mulligan your friend, W. J. TIGHE." This i an excellent ODDortunitv to save on men's made. Chief n lnoatlo Justice will leave August 1 for Canada, 1t yonr boy of all those of Irish blood In the have been pr.par. thtm for Mf tbt will and young men's fine suits, in light and medium Taft has many of the qualities of where they will spend the remainPAKTOIIAT fillANGKS. consummation of an honorable weights. Every one of these suits is hand tailored agreement and in the attainment of a great judge. It was the fortunes der of the summer. College P. Curran and son. A number of chanires anion:; the Mrs. to our exacting specifications from the finest of national and civil rights that will of politics that led him away from Master Charles Billy Curran, ot Baltimore, priests ot the Louisville diocese IIS W. Broaawar, JjomlaTUla, Xy. put the security of the future of the bench and pllrded him in exec- are the guests of Mr. Curran's par- were announced last week, two of Conducted by tha Xavcrlan Brothers. 5 foreign and domestic fabrics. utive positions for so many years. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Curran. the assignments being young Claaalcal, ScUntlflo and Buslneaa Ireland In. their own hands. We believe that ho can "come back" Miss Essie Everiri has gone to clergymen only recently ordained at Couraea, Preparatory Department, L&rgtPaim Beach Suits, $14 Fool, Well Equipped Gym$16.50 and render splendid service on the Covington to be the guest ot her St. Meinrad's Seminary In Indiana Swimming; Term moderate. liOGIO FOR DUPES. The Bishop's appointments are as oaalum. supreme bench. We scarcely ex- rJster, Mrs. J. P. Lyons, and Mr. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. follows : The editor of the Western Baptist pect him to achieve the renown of Lyons. The Rev. John A. Fowler, who Lucia Boldrick and daughMr. Recorder rushed to the defense of the late Chief Justice, but wo be- ter, Miss Susan Boldrick, are ipend- - has been pastor nt St. Francis PERFECT FITTING church at Raywick. Marlon Catts, of lieve that he will he remembered ing the month with Mrs. Grayson the notorious 3 county, has been mado pastor of St. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Florida, and says that all of Catts ns Chief Justice Taft rather than as Harrison at Lebanon. Edward's church at Jefforsontown, Alfred Boleman, West Broadway, succeeding the Rev. T. H. Rever-matroubles are due to persecution President Taft. left Wednesday for Freeport. 111., from the Catholic Church and the who has charge of St. Francis to" spend ten days visiting Robert of As3lsi church, on BinLE CONGRESS. Bardstown liquor interests. A statement like Appleton. that Is lan insult to the intelligence Henneasy, road. Little Succeeding Fatbor Fowler at It Is Indeed Interesting to note daughter MissMr.MildredMrs. John M. Raywick will be of anyone able to read, and a stateand ot tho Rev. Joseph are growing Hennessy, entertained with a birth- Odendahl, who leaves St. Anthony's ment like that In the official organ that while Prtoestants away from the Bible, which, they day party Tuesday afternoon. church at Axtcl, Breckinridge' counIs a reflection on the Baptists whom Many and Alice. Murphy, that paper 1s supposed to represent. declared should be the rule of faith of Misses St. Catherine street, are ty. Father John Hlgdon, of Knotts-vlllWest )f Catts was Indicted by both and after tinkering with its texts enjoying a two weeks' vacation at ordained in June, goes to J. Federal and State Juries, which the for over four hundred years, thero Dawson Springs. Axtel. and another newly ordained are many who now clamor for re) Oculists' Prescriptions. Frank Crawk is the latest arrival Driest, a former member of St. writer does not mention, and he Is Wilcareful to omit the fact that Catts, vised editions, expurgations and at the home of Mr. and Mrs.fellow Martin's congregation. Father 'RobChdwk, the little liam ert Gipperhli. has been made as- SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY and Baptist min- oven a now Bible. The grand old being J. the These suits are Rockinrrtair nnA tk two weeks old. at St. sistant to Father Aesent .h church of the ages, which preserved XXOOXreXATBD ister, was armed, with a blackjack Mrs. F. G. Harprlng, and Miss Elizabeth's church on East Burnett known makes and come in striped madras Fourth and Chestnut. and when captured while trying to elude the Blb'.ta in all its integrity for the Helen and Christine Harprlng are avenue. cross-barre- d world, reasserts today its truth spending the summer at tho South$ The Rev. T. O. Durbin. pastor bf nainsooks verv extraordinary the police. tho Church of the Holy Name of and authority as the revealed Word ern in Bay View, Mich. at these prices. $ Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester J. Ford Mary at Calvary, 1n Marion county, of God. A great Bible tiongress FOOD FOR THOUGHT. Sts. Mary re- who has been ill, is Is to be held in England. It was and Miss Dorothy Schoen have "to and Elizabeth Hospital.at His parish turned from a two weeks' trip ale called by the Cardinal Archbishop Chicago and Milwaukee. Is being looked That the after from St. ' Beading Braiding liance Is aimed at the United States of Westminster and the Blshops of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Glenn have re Mary's College. Beaked Bags Repaired Is the opinion qf the Manchester England and Wales, and will be turned from a ten days' visit to RECENT DEATHS. Guardian, a fearless English news- held at Cambridge from July 17 to' French Lick and West Baden Ross ell Service Shoppe The Holy Fa- Springs. paper. Indeed! the Guardian argues July 19 inclusively. It was indeed a great shock to a Mrs. Irvln 307-- 8 Boston Building that it can have no other' object, ther, in special letter, has blessed luncheon at Zlx entertained with in relatives and friends Wednesday Benedict's Tuesday no longer in a the Congress and its work which honor of Mrs. Allen Long, of Peters- when they heard of tho death of since Germany is ITellie Itussell, Manager. Mrs. Margaret Miller, twenty-seve- n position to thwart British imporial will be to tirge all the children of burg, Va. years old, at the homo of her parDr. and Mrs. John M. Keaney ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Hurklns. or commercial designs in Asia and the church to more faithful study Russia has ceased to be formidable. ot the Holy Scriptures so as to meet and son, Jdhn M. Jr., returned Mon- 2504 West JefTerson street. She had to been iU about a) week. In addition a Here is food for thought for thoso the demands of the times in their day from andtwo weeks visit Cincinnati. Blie is It is proposed during the Cleveland L. Strassel's many friends to her husband and parents Misses "would curtaili America's de- country. who Mrs. J. survived by five sisters, AAkkMXAMkAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAkkAkkAkAAkMAkAAkJkki fensive activities on a fraudulent congress that, besides solemn litur- will "bo glad to know that she is Grace, Katie, Mayme, Rosella and Funeral Directors plea of economy. There certainly gical offices with prayers for tho convalescing from her recent seri- Evelyn Harklns, and by two broth SAINT VINCENT'S ACADEMY Is no economy in leaving our coun- Hotfy Father, there shall be pop- ous Illness at her homo in Southern ere, Edward and John Harklns, Jr. Embalmers. Her funeral took place yesterday try open, to attack from any side. ular addresses for tho benefit of the Heights. MCloy SAINT VINCEX1', KENTUCKY - Sirs. L. and granddaugh morning: from! St. Cecilia's church. Telephone 1022 If we show the world that wo are faithful at large and conferences tor, Jane Lee Forrest, Cilfton, left Mrs. Mary L. Greenwell, thirty-tw- o A Boarding School for Young Ladles and Girls, conducted by the prepared for eventualities of a hos- designed to help and encourage Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Kan years old, widow ot Emmett EJ. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. Courses: Primary, Intermediate and tile nature, we are likely to enjoy a those who have mado progress in Forrest in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Greenwell, died Monday morning at Special attention given to Music, Art and Dressmaking AfAcademic. the home ot her sister, Mrs. W. H. very long spell of peace. Being the study of tho Sacred Book or Ohio. filiated with the Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Accredited to Ninth JOHN B. RATTERMAN the Kentucky State University. South Martin J. Murray is busy receiv- Holtbauser, 1442 prepared Is therefore the truest who desire to do so, and also to Terms moderate. street. Besides Mrs. Holthauser sho congratulations- on the economy; any other policy woufd be explain, the Catholic viewpoint for ing a little baby boy and arrival Is survived by her mo,ther, Mrs. For Catalog, etc., Apply to Uncle ot tho benefit ot tho people at large. Jame"s O'Neill is rendering tho lul Mary Harp, and, three brothers, suicidal, SISTER SUPERIOR, FUNERAL DIRECTOR John and W, H. Harp, Louisville, laby numbers. . SAINT VINCENT, KY. Harp, Chicago. Funeral 2114 WEST MARKET STREET The opponents at the present. "" Miss 'Agnes Beatrice McHugh ar-- and Henry were NO ROOM FOR, FACTION. services held Wednesday prlmary law are composed of ttf rived Sunday from Bowling: Green, morning at Chicago. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland ASK YOUR GROOER GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL her The prose has been favored with classes, Che first being those wfco to spend a month withSouth sister, Frederick Zelgler, aged twenty-- Wwt 1179, Third Mrs Le0 Gleml( 2725 the first! Installment ot an account do not mix or carei to have la gtret, seven, wno had been 111 for several KREAM FRYDKAKES purporting to give the 4rue version speaking; acquaintance withi tK Mrs. Thomas D. Clines and little weeks, was Teleaed from earthly Maple differences between President common herd, while the other class daughter, Hattle Kathryn, ot Audu suffering Saturday morning at his of the LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated De Valera, ot tho Irish Republic, are the hosse3 or dictators who bon Park, are vluing at uuatta- - home, 2727 Pirtle avenue. Mr.He Is survived by his parents. and Eighteenth and Bernhehn Lane nooga, tho guests of Mr. ana Mrs. and Justice Cohalan, ot New York. prefer slate making: in a Mrs. Joseph Ziegler, and three Walter M. Higgins. HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY Taking position, with the True brothers, Joseph, and Crescent Ziegler. Funeral Andrew were John George Weldon, Mrs. held Voice, we confess (that we are not guest this week Monday morning services Anthony's Hill, ihad a fter BAKED DAILY FRED SCniCK, Prop. at St. deeply Interest in the subject; and Miss Dorothy Dunne, of Chicago. SISTERS OP MEROV. church. Miss Durrett Ogleafoy, Preetonia, besidea we think that too much imThe Sisters ot Mercy, on East expects to Zwm soon to accept a, portance baa been- attached to the native of receive ommon honors. Rev. Joseph Byrne, also a'the Holy Home Phone City 1843 poeltlon at Dayton, Ohio. 507 WISST BIIOADWAY New Albany, rector of do4nv ot the faction late who would Broadway, at their recent chapter Katheryii McGurk and Jack Mies Of the Ave members of the Coun- uross cnurcn, inaianapoiis; tho Rev. Mother Genevieve as Suruin Inland's caue in America tor Lexington, w.ho liave1 been cil of tha Right Rev. Joseph Chart-ran- Prank Unterreltmeler, former assoMcGurk, aunt, Mre. Jobs thair own pantonal advantage. No perior and Mother Bernadine as vfeMtag their Bishop of Indianapolis, who ciate rector of St, Mary's church, SHeter Mary liita was made Dowd, aad Mr. Dowd, wer the have bean elevated to the dignity of New Albany, now pastor ot the extended Wstory ot the evente that ratotreaa ot novice sad SMer Mary week-en- d guests ot Mr. Motwignor by the Pope, four ara Holy Trinity church, Bvanavilte, led, u to thair deaartlon ot Presi human, T4t Rev. Leaii- - Kvwrto. 517 SOUTH FIFTH STREET former Naw Albany men, Thy and the Rev. Frank Itoell, v also a to eon-v- GH-ud- BariiiMr, dent Da Valera 1 ot the Sacred Rose, ara the Rv. Fraak Dowd, a nativ fonnar associate reotor at St, Mary's Mine EliMlwtb SktfcuW to the Heart Rtrat, radar tha 'annual thaet of unfatthrruloaa Ladits' Tailor and Furrier.' Clothts cava Elisabeth LaaeMUr &d Alma. Nor- of Nw Albany, rotor of St. ekureh, now paator of Sfc. Antirww's at this ooavaot. cause of Intend. W turn ko time toft htft Saturday for1 Joaapb'a church, Iadiasapollaf thfe eMurah, Richmond. ton. Dodg PHONX CITY 4485 Lake Chautauqua, N. Y., and before returning will visit New York City, July 19 Sixth annual picnic and Buffalo and points In Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch loft chicken suppor for benefit of St. Paul's church, on Church grounds, Tuosdlay for Havolock, Neb., on a visit to their niece. Sister Helen Jackson and Kentucky. July 2G Orphans' festival on the Marie, of the Domfnlcan school lo Orphan cated there. Before returning they I grounds of St. Joseph's wm stop over for a short stay at Home. July 2G Moonlight excursion of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Butler Bertrand Club on Steamer America. Aug. 2 St. Patrick's school pic- loft Tuesday to visit their daughter, Sister Dorothea, at St. John's Connic at Fontaine Ferry Park. vent, Camlbrldgo, Mass. They August 6 Moonlight excursion spend a month in the East, will and on will stop of Jackson Democratic Club at Boston. New York. At Steamer East St. Douis. , lantic City, Philadelphia, and Wash-August 5 Moonlight excursion (gig ton before returning. of Jackson Democratic Culb, on Mr. and Mrs Louis Petry an Stpnmor Annrlca. nounce tho marriage of their August 10 Annual picnic an. daughter. Miss Marie Petry, to chicken supper of Holy Trim Joseph E. Aulbach. Tho wedding church on church grounds at ?t. took place at St Paul's church, the Matthews. officiating. itev. Father Donohue August 17 St. Aloysius church Miss Eva H. Petry was her sister's annual picnic and outing, on church maid ot honor and tho best man grounds, Pewee Valley. John Holtlauf. August 21 Excursion to Mam Mrs. George Zlx entertained with' moth Caive under auspices of Trin a dinner at Fontaine Ferry Park on. ity Council. Monday in honor ot Mrs. John August 31 Harvest festival vt Griffin, of New York, and Mrs. Allen St. church on parish) Ltong, of Petersburg, Va. Thoso Peter's grounds, Seventeenth and Garland present were Mrs. John Griffin, Miss avenue. Catherine Griffin, John Griffin, Jr., Mrs. Allen Long, Mrs. Irvin Zix and i COSnNQ EVENTS. Everybody Welcome August FONTAINE FERRY PARK 4 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PICNIC YOU WILL BE SORRY IF YOU MISS IT. f "OUR NEW HOME" TICKETS 15 CENTS St. Joseph's Parish Picnic WEDNESDAY, JULY 2.0, 1921 SOCIETY. HENRY T. KRAFT MRS. 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Telephone City 269 MUST HAVE CARE. gard to the best methods in their work and to formulate standards In Having by their courage and reTho Presbyterian Church in Gen- regard! to child, caring institutions, about eral Assembly, standing for the day nurseries and. other works of sourcefulness brought forced tho the incharity In which the religious aro conditions which have SabPuritanical observance of the vitation, President de Valera and engaged. the Doy women's ana unnurcn's Keauy to wear. Men's furnismngs and fjece bath, lias condemned Dall Elreann can be expected to uooas, in correct styles ana serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh Scouts, and in scathing resolutions deal with tho new situation wisely J MOTHER. and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell fo.r cash, small overhead, small mar refused to recognize or endorse the and .prudently In Interest. moiement. It is interesting to read Speak kindly to your mother, boy, They will need to Irelands gin and utmost value. have behind them the reasons upon which the followthe unbroken support of all tho , in her declining years, ers of Calvin and John Knox base "We America friends of Ireland, of kindness tholr condemnation of a movement For little 'words many tears; may must be on guard in against any and sparo' her which the most serious minded men come days of worry and every attempt to disrupt our sol of the country feel will act as a idarity. nights of broken rest, gr&it help to hoys, especially In In Ireland, by their own energy When she has heard an unkind preserving the moral standard. INCORPORATED their willingness to word' from lips that once sho and through One of the prominent preachers suffer, the people have succeeded in pressed. 320 WEST JEFPEKSON STREET it the 'assembly declared that his making English rule impossible. observations of the Boy Scout This is recognized by those in Engmethods "was revolting In tho ex- When baby tears rolled down, yohr land who are ashamed of the killcheeks and you were wont to treme. Coming to specific charges, ings and burnings of the past year, Made from Choicest Hops, Malt and weep. he said that with his own eyes, in arms and those who, admitting that de- FOURTH AND PARK AVENUE her broad daylight under circumstances She took you In you loving sleep; liberate terrorism has failed to reother Cereals by the .old, reliable Fehr off to and rocked that left no possibility of his being duce the people to submission, now received, he saw automobiles on Then gently laid you in your bed advocate method. BY THE DOMINICAN SISTERS. CONDUCTED by the fulland breathed a silent prayer Sunday carrying Boy Scouts to a est employment of all the agencies Primary, Preparatory, Commercial Courses. Music and Art. dinner that they were giving to That God above would guard her of warfare, In America w have love, the Infant nestling Gymnasium Classes, French Course throughout, Domestic their parents on the river side near done something to support the peothere. ., Science, Sowing. Home Nursing taught. his home. After due deliberation j ple In Ireland in their time of trial, New Playground Apparatus installed. and observation he came to the England for much to conclusion that the boys were des- You can not pay your mother for barbarous discredit and perhaps her wo action, her sufferings of the past, ecrating tho Sabbath by having a picnic. This he thought should be Or for the tender love she bears have made it Impossible for cento do in tho twentieth that time will not outlast; enough to condemn the whole moveMAIN467-.CIT- Y tury what Cromwell did in the sev ment. A Presbyterian church ed- For when by all forsaken, bereft of enteenth, we must not forget, every friend. itor said that ho hadi seen Boy You A select boarding and day school for girls comprising academic, still can turn to mother, whose however, that what Is now proposed preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art, Scouts actually breaking camp on to be done in Ireland actually was lovo not death can end. Sunday afternoon, and that some of music, elocution and language. Affiliated with tlio Catholic University, done In South Africa when the Boer Edward J. Leahy. AVoshlngton, D. C. Accredited to tlio Kentucky State University. Fop hem after having had their Republics were suppressed only INCORPORATED lesson In the open, had information apply, URSULTNE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, actually gone twenty years ago. MAYOR OF DUBLIN. so far as to listen to J 5 CHEROKEE DRIVE. 31 In' front of all other consideraLOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. a lecture on tne civu war and a One contribution which Lord tions, we must keep a' clear constudy of the battleilelds about "RichMayor Laurence O'Neill, of Dublin, sciousness of England's unbroken mond. West S283 from record) of bad faith in all her deal- Slunvneo him Another said that on many oc- brought back with England has casions he had been scandalized to America for the Irish Wihtte Cross ings with Ireland. any underThirty-fift- h 'he depths of his heart and Chris was the outcome of an Incident never been bound by or supposed and Kudd Avenue, Loulnviile, Ky. tian soul at the sight of Boy Scouts which he relates in connection with taking which her real 'Induced A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, Con- coming In with their camp equip- his tour of the United States. In interest compact her to disregard. one of the which he Every ducted by the Sisters of Loretto. Preparatory, Commercial and ments on Suriday evening. After stayed a hotels at girl, tho with an Irolandshe has ever made in arms she had all this sensational evidence had Academic Courses. Music Instrumental and Vocal. Ireland, when been presented to the horrified as- daughter of a California million- cynically broken sembly, the gentlemen who had aire, inquired of tho Lord Mayor trusting her promises, lay helpless. For catalogue, terms, etc., address Mother Scholastica. recommended the endorsement of about tho Irish children. After he Tho present Prime Minister, Lloyd the Boy Scout movement withdrew had told her of their plight she ran George, has .himself repeatedly and his resolution and suggested that all off to her father, whispered In his basely deceived Irish leaders who Presbyterian pastors and the as- oar, and Immediately returned with dealt with him in good faith, and FOR A GOOD sembly go on record as opposed to a check for fl.OOO- "to buy goods has disavowed his own pledges when for making the Wo do not close during tJo summer months. One may enroll any the Boy Scouts and should prohibit and clothing forcheck children of the immediate 'necessity England's interwas signed them in his own or their boys from attending anything Ireland.!" Tho time, as wo give botii Individual and class Instruction. that resembled a desecration of the by "J, Tynan." Mr. Tynan Is Pres- est had passed. Both Day and Night classes In Fenninnshlp, Short- Babbath. ident of the Union Iron Works of It will be, now as always, the ' hand, Typewriting and. kindred subjects. policy of England to divide and San Francisco. But tho Boy Scouts need 4050 Tho patrons and friends of this paper will do well to look into tho crouch in, fear and trembling at not Already they have estabOne the sages of the most Intersetlng pas- rule. merits, of this school. Ask a number of business men who have employed condemnation of In In tho Lord Mayor's statement lished a British Parliament the Presbyterian our graduates they know. For superior merits of system, quality ofi Assembly. Their honest, healthy was the following: "Archbishop Northeast Ulster. The way has evi instruction and economy of cost you can not equal it. See us and wo can movement which means so much Hayes hit off tho situation when dently been .prepared for a dextertell you why. especially for boys who havo no he said the Irish questoln was a ous and desperate, attempt to array question which Irish nationality and Catholic devohome life, and no playgrounds In burning world-wid- e W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. And a BUSINESS SCHOOL tion in ODDOslng camps, which to vent the activity of boy .must be settled," We Use All Modern Appliances in tlio Elimination of Pain. design of Lloyd S. Anderson, a Protestant, very obvious It. SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE LOUISVILLE, ICY. nature, has received tho endorse- who accompanied tho Lord. Mayor, George's peaceful protestations Is ment of tho greatest authority in 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Christendom, tho Supreme Pontiff said there was more interest taken to Interrupt the pressure In this In the Irish question than he had country for recognition of the Irish of the Catholic Church; it has WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. the hearty endorsement of over thought iposslble. This In- Republic by tho Government of the the great Republic of tho United terest was shared by representaUnited States, Our friends In Ire- -. Phone City 4503 Phono City 4693 States and tho best men of this tives of forolgn nationalities in the land aro too shrewd to- play Engcountry. land's game there, we must be Homo Phone, City 809 It Is a forward, onward, United Stntos. helpful movement for boys, healthcareful not to .play her game here. GOOD SHEPHERD FUND. ful for its splendid life In the open, GREAT IOUTHERN FILM CORP. B. STRAUSS & CO. and a moral, discipline for tho upCHAPLAIN ASSIGNED. MAKERS OF ' Fourth Floor 423 South Foartli Street building of character and of service Bishop John Newton MoCormlck, of tho Episcopal Diocese of Western chapto fellow men. Rev. John J. Brady, former STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNa MEN Michigan, Is ono of the members of lain of tho Fifth Marino Corps, and v Tlio Goose on Wrapper Is Assurance That the committee which Is handling the first Americaa Catholic chapSIHTKJW ANNUAL MEETIXG. "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" n the drive for $165,000 for the lain to arrive overseas, has: been 23 C SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes LOUISVILLE, KY. to the House of assigned, ae chaplain to tho United of an addition Arrangemeuts afo well under way for tho second annual meeting of the Good Shepherd, atGrand Rap-Id- States i 'Battleship Michigan, FaAre tho Original. Manufactured By Discussing the work of the ther Brady won two citations anti ASK YOUR GROCER Sisterhoods, engaged. In Catholic soBOTT'S ORIGINAL Bishop McCor- - the. Distinguished Serylctf Crop. cial and pharltablo work, to be hod Good Shepherd, . of ratck, who is a inembe(-at Milwaukee. the State September KREAM FRYDKAKE8 ' XNComromxTWD 1921 Tho Sisters' meeting will Hoard of Corrections and Charities, SEEING OLD FRIENDS. Story Avenue. 1201 Louisville, Ky. immediately follow the National said: "Thl placa should have the LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated the genConference of Catholic Charities. confidence and support The Rev. Francte O'Nell, 0, P., In accordance with the desires of eral public, for the wheie, stimulus of Minneapolis, was in Loutevllle the various religious communities, as to jind ana body is In the right Jaat Week TJBOBtoig through the city. Soft Drinks and Hot Luneh. Th Best in the City. the Sisters' meetings are being, con- direction," Father O'NeM at onei tlm w stafined almost exclusively to religious. tioned at St. Louis Bertrand CI5MBNT I'LOOrte. The objeota of the Sisters' confer ehuroh hare, but i now attaehefd, to ence are to brlag together tha with aoapy watw Mul rinwa th Noriltwatrn' barttl of Denaln- PRESTON AND BURNETT char-itla- a witk dwir engaged, in. Catholic 210S PORTLAND AVE. wtr,, wipiar ry m that tean miifltotMria, Trtth adfar- for the purpoM of iNtohaaeinc no Mnmrouir mpvry wjm Ha,r R0Wy Drop in Xtefsk FkritM) Skawnt. 1416 JitJi lkMe tatoriMtioti ud wptriew la b Acauai- -t , to. ? .. OPEN FOR BUSINESS That Good Old NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE v OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE FEHR'S X. L. Served Everywhere Order a Case Sent Home CONSUMERS' COMPANY Oft-tim- es . its former punch and exhilarating qualities. Is back again with all of , Boarding and Day School For Girls. Mac-rea- dy CENTRAL Mt. St. Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy 80 I VISIT ld BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT street SUMMERSCHOOL Book-keeping, - CHICKEN DINNER west Market Drs. Harrison and Sfrassburg' "Thecreager ed Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home - J. erec-tol- s. MAGIC SOAR COMPANY 22-2- 4, STEHLIN'S BAKERY 4 . Ue Wh r-- va &. ?' , .! Gt - -- A (Jr. 1 $??J&.i '. -! t :, .ji, &M&!asi,ii' " s f i ? Vand MENS FURNISHINGSi build Cat. ECB'DDXJOBrsr IJRXffifcXX ' JLJSdC&'JSa.Csjut CITY Oi FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. 2xto"wy vllffiiSinii iV'iW UVX 2547 fljovwtrrNinyT lOUUVlUCKY MAIN 140 MMEmfflt3CSE2SS3EafiiBl and remodeling a specialty ItEPAIKING flMSBRTr5TS!iT,rMTTT - . J. E. DAWKINS FLOORING CO. Home Sites For Sale On Easy Payments. mm.z 411 Va 430 SHINGLES 7 VTHES nsrr: 70L UP iJMttff jnrcvwatunra jt J7 0A - a gjt' yj BnHflEBVTi UliMHHnldl iMMaflmfigir ttv -- ?s!A Offer now five, acres, founroom bungalow; ten minutes' walk from city car; $500 cash, balance like rent. Address 209 S. Brook. a. Breoklaildr! Branok Tard ua swuoh, X.k West End Sheet Metal Works CHAS. J. MERIWETHER Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment Phono Sliawnco OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. just what you have wanted and move into it. City 919G Hoof Painting nnd Chimney Pointing a Specialty. TINNERS Spouting and Guttering. 1420-- L DESIGNER AND BUILDER J. E. WELSH, 3010 West Market Street MANAGER. ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that nowt if ever, is the time to build 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Incorporated CO. Every house you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city's prosperit- yto your prosperitv Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today, adds IcA 54-5- 0 GENERAL CONTRACTORS BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING! LOUISVDLLE, KY. J. B. Ohligschlngcr, President A. J. Ohligschlngcr, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 3529 -- 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE THE VERY BEST I Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS ST. CITY 1705 TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE INTERURBAN EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Heme Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, M&ln 3580-- A SIMON P0NTRICH COAL REDUCED Wilton Jclllco Lump Harlan Lump Hazard Lump 25 cents per ton less than eled off. WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Alterations Made Ort Your New Home Let Me FJgure Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls AH Stylo 317 West Liberty Next To Interurban FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h JULY DELIVERIES and Greemwood, $8.25 West Virginia Lump ......$8.25 $8.25 Tnylorf Lump $7.00 $8.25 West Kentucky Lump ... $7.00 ahove prices it coal I3 dumped not shov- Joseph Kubbuch Sr. & Son ,1 CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 Station Because we secured suoh favorable concessions on this lot of Papers yoli may save considerable in the papering of your home and there are patterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen Papers heavy, rich living-rooto bedroom tints-anFROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers d m WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. BOB HAWES FOR 1120-112- Dealers In WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., 6 WEST MARKET ST. COAL 2d and Water Weit KyM CASH CO. City 3141 Main 3141 Byrne r Speed Coal Corporation INOORFORATBD CORNS,BUNIONS Istrtwtai Hd Atmnsil I Nails J3.GO clean lump Big Clean Nut, no clack aex0 Rich, lumpy mine run JS.23 Per Ton Delivered Anywhere If U Hani It, 91.35 Per Ton Ceia Cloier ripnres on Sis' Orders 315 Guthrie Street. BOY Fire and City 3728 Automobile Main 1429 SclsatiflcaUy TmW Insurance Prompt and Efficient Service lie sKvv Dr. . 804 EAST MARKET STREET R. BLORB & SON ABOVE Uriah Z. Litsey Chiropodist 507 Starka Botk Pho'aea MORE LUMBER the construction ot your home than any other material. We furnish tho best lumber at reasonable prices. ' SEE US ' OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE is used in MASON GOSS HOME PHONE CITY 2528 735 E. BROADWAY. CUMB. PHONE, PLEASURE KOe Both Phones 315. LOUISVILLE, KY. RIDGE 21 SHELBY 309 STARKS BUILDING H. C. LARSEN Successor to WM. F. SHABER CO. FRED ERHART AND KY. L.K0ELLNER PLUMBER 628 S. SECOND STREET Both PlioncH 2344 HOAX n rnrnitnre, Diamonds ana other rr- eonal Froyerty at lowoit Kates la City PEOPLE'S PBOVIDEKT ASSOCIATIOIT WILL B. MILLER TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY Old Fashioned Cldckcn Dinner Served To Order Sandwiches of All Kinds Served On Short Notice Try Our Dcliciosus Club Sandwiches HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ROOFING, 730 South Twelfth Street, Between Broadway and Maple ' LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, CITY 2614 ROOF PAINTING, GUTTERING, GENERAL JOB WORK SPOUTING COMPANY C. M. SCHELL'S SUMMER GARDEN Glonbrook Station, 18th Street Road ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. PHONES: 2750 SOUTH 2760 ' GOOD MUSIC Eight Miles From Court House DANCING AA tpIAVS (R1 Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Corner Fourth and Jefferson CALL US FOR HENRY FISCHER Highland 841 East 9163 National BanK of Kentucky Oil and Grease SODA FOUNTAINS BLLT-RIT- E FOR ALL FURPOSH8 Ol Company Kentucky Louisville -- - -- - - Incorporated 208 COLEMAN BUILDINO 8. B. COR. THIRD, AND JEFFERSON PORK PACKER Boiled Hams a Specialty WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK GEO. "ROMIE5" Kentucky Consumers JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED 'Weekly Savings Club :START ONE J. ROMISER, Prop. DOLL HOSPITAL RUBBER THIS Broken Dolls Repaired MONTH WITH THE IOELESS Our Two carloads of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms R. A. Fihe's Pharmacy DRUGS Prescriptions Our Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" JOHN RECOIUS' SONS TIRES PUT ON DOLL BUGGIES AND HUSH! MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. 217 WEST MARKET STREET CITY 920C AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES sUbllshcd 1820 STATIONERS - LoulsTtlie, Kj South Louisville Bank Fonrth mid Central AvCnno, Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing Tho Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS JOHN OGLE COMPANY LOUISVILLH, OFFIOH OUTFITTERS KY. NEWCOAL YARD S. O. T. COAL CO. Clay nncl Fulton Streets,. High Grade Coal at th very lowest prices. Give us a trial. ' City 4480; Main 10G8 have a large stock of all kinds. PHONES: Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 1881 and 1882 FOURTH AND HILL STREETS K. LIBERTY SHOE SHOP EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. GADDIE & ROSENHAM 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS HOME PHONE, CITY 7570 WORK DONE PROMPTLY tu Xrapp Obas. B. Xropp Home Phone, City 700S PINE SHOE REPALRING Work Called For and Delivered 2327 WEST JIARKET STREET Shawnee 2702-- L KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BEEV. FOKX, VXA& Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. "You WIU Do Better When you have bottles to sell see us. 'When you want to buy bottles . BOTTLES 020-62- XB Ail Xlada of Smoked Stoats 208 KA8T JEFFERSON STREET we JOHN B. WATHEN rurniturh moving: and packing: S80 South Tweety-xl-i DC Sh&irnee 1986 Wet 134 - LONG DISTANCH HAULIN0 at Spurrier'e" OTTO J. OSTER BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY VARIETY WOODWORK REPAIRING 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. . HO.ME PHONE. CITY 0270 City 8714 F. W ALWBS & SON Avenuo Fchr 8 Bonfe Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, FANCY GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN FRESn MEATS AND VEGETABLES west 4iz-- w SPURRIER GROCERY 00. THIRTY-FOURTH Frank Hart man & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE & Shawnee 1817 Phonos BROADWAY West 86S BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnaco and Refrigerator Repairing Roof Painting a Specialty K A. L. GUNN AND DECORATORS IHYOy PLA3n BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICECREAM 12I0B SOUTn SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 D HEADQUARTERS SLIGHTLY FOR NEW AND SECOND-HANWORN MEN'S AND LADIES' SHOES AND CLOTHING AT THE LOWEST PRICES , RALPH DAVIS COR. PRESTON AND WALNUT CITY 8230 t WE BUY AND SELL j' C. OYSTERS IN SEASON HOT AND COLD LUNCH SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES PHONE CITY 1503 841 WB8T MARKET STREET SOFT DRINKS J. KEMPER STEIN'S Lowest Price Market the in S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. City Pants, Overalls, Shirts,k Hosiery, Etc., at Loweit Prices. Homo Phone City JMJ50 R. UPS if ..iifftiirr nf HarnfK and Dealer in Men's and G. 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. Bovs' OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY S194 FOTJJMCH ifer lu k.Fnimh, Insorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS AVBNUE, TAYLOR AND BBRRY BOULKVARD8 Larg or vJnmH, Always ApprMfem PARK MS PHOH i Out ot the High Rent District P. B. H A W K I N S EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Tho attendants were Mhja Mary Conner, ol Louisville, Open .Evenings Until Nino O'clock PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN PLUMBING and William Dixon, brother ot the HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAHHNG brown, cropo bride, SEH POOLEY FOR MONMY. Repair "Work Promptly Attended To meteor who wore a and shoes to Estimates Furnished with hat Fixtures Furnished 1009 MARY STREET Loans to those having regular match and a corsage of yollow 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET HIGHLAND 704 Phone City 5708 or salary, with no publicity roses with lilliea of tho valley. Miss Conner wore blue crepo meteor ir red tape. Loans to housekeeper! Guy Leber chas. Leber with a cordage of roses and lilliea m their personal security. Mark Bole, l'res. J. O. Jacobs, Sec. and Treas. of tho valley. Tho touple stood R. POOLEY, F. under an altar of flowers and ferns " L. GRAUMAN & CO. Building, during tho ceremony. After a re- Seem 1, Courier-JournINTERIOR DECORATORS Incorporated ception following tho ceromonytho 410 S. Fourth Street. 300 NORTON BUILDING HOMlJ PHONE. CITY 2700 Sealer In All Kinds of Office and couple left on a motor trip' to French Lick. They will reside in GLOBB S8CUR1TY A LOAX C7 Store Fixture, Bares, cam Jtegis- LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Show Cases, Counter! ters, Louisville. Shelving-- , Sto. BiTOrpemUa. 510 WEST MAIK 8TEHET FOUNDED ACADEMY. A. ILazar, Manager MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI Home Phone, City 188S oa Your Plain Mother Frances Walsh, ono ot Mosey Advanced JeffersoH Street Ho 812 West t tho founders of St. Cecilia's AcadCASKETS AND (Second Fleer) emy of Nashville, Tenn., Is no UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES more. Mother Frances went to Home Phene City 2967. years ago with Nashville sixty-thr(WHOLESALE ONLY) four other Dominican Sisters to JOHN ASSENT establish an educational institution NATIONAL CASKET 00. for girls, and St. Cecilia's Academy Incorporated PIANO TUNES ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY grew out ot tho movement. She Eleventh and Magaaine Streets was fat St. Con, EVERYTHING CUT'rATE ALL THE TIME vent in Ohio. wOiero she entered as 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUB Since founding St. Cenovice. a FLOYD AND MARKET Home Phone, OKy 2S98 South S47-LOUISVILLE, KY. City 4597 cilia's efhe had served in many caBoth Phones Job Work Promptly Attended To pacities In thfl school. Sho waB knowm throughout the country as G. A. BRANDT, President MARTIN j. CONNORS, a- remarkable woman and a finished DRUGGISTS Designer and Builder of educator. BRANDT & CONNORS COMPANY M O D K R N II O M,B S YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BB Incorporated GENERAL INTENTION. APPRE0IATHD Plana and Estimates Cheerfully PRODUCERS OF QUALITY PRINTING Famished SOUTHERN PARKWAY Hia HoMnass Pope Benedict XV, THTRD & 121S SOUTH FRB8TON BTRBBT Phone Parkway 113 lia recommended "The Reign of SOUTH SECOND STREET, NEAR GUTHRD3 Ohrit in Clv Society" to thef inHome Phone, City 3564 Cumb. Phone, Main 2713 ot Prayftr as tho general Hei-rBttaeva Oigr i Perfecto F. F. Valinoti Electrio Co. of July. The tention for the month Scliroer's Smokers He4y Fatlwr. desire the world to "We Use the Golden Bale" HERE IT IS AT LAST! (UNION MADB) tfeat, aa the ruk of 913 WAST MARKHT STRB1T Whether It Be Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their y Chrlet in th individual soul is Home Phone, City 6041 City 4788 Shcccss Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of oivtewtmwtf, for penuaal POWJHt moral iwottttMlei atfd true bpplne, INDUSTRIAL LIGnT AND SCHROER BROS. SNOW INSTALLATIONS, RK8D3BN01I toty o tn retgn o Chrtat la civil ASK YOUR GROCBR HaHBfaotarers of FINK CIGARS WlrllMO, VDCrVKMi, LAMPS oa) ot reel eocial etn qn ie 841 EAST MWTBRSON 8TRWW WM. KASTBLHUN, Sole Distributor ftvd ppoerfty. and RmAma city 1471 rovntat PMM, ROBERT E. SCHULER Tho marriage of Miss Margaret J. Dixon to John Elmer Plamp was celebrated lapt week at tho homo of tho bride's father, Edward Dixon, 617 Illinois avenue, Jofforsonvlllo, the Rev. Father Machael F. Halpln officiating. BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY OHIMNMy. at Underbill SPALDING SHOE CO. ' 442 BAXTER AVE., POINTING Highland 1087: Cumb., Ea3t 1716 .a LEBER BROTHERS al ee PBNDBNNIS A. ENGELHARP & SONS CO. Inc. Mary's-in-tho-Woo- W leo h. Weber - Demling's Pharmacy Seo.-Tre- as. 514-51- 0 Apos-tlfsh- ip a Undrtd nee-war- 0LAD FLOUR j ,v ,SS..ll.Wte.Bi. i s!jiiL,H A&KaJtZSXA MLLZii&nsaVlZfr,k;&S3. .1 f...,......i..' .WV KEOPXJOKIY IlfcHSKC JXJMUBtttTtLsw, Greatest Tailoring Values In the City! AFTER INVENTORY Twice a year all short lengths are gathered from our stores in four States for this great MILL-EN- D MILL-ENAll-Wool D SALE 01 mJj 50 ? Mill-En- Suit, Tailored to Your Individual Measured-Mad- e just An the way you want it. Style, Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed in Every respect Just Think of It, Men! d W M Soma sold up to $35 SALE Wc buy direct from the weaver and sell to you with one small profit That's why .these low prices are possible. We tailor all clothes right in our own workshops, and a tailoring force of 160 people makes prompt delivery possible. Here's a Value That Will Get Your Order QOO-0VVUIHM 0 Mill End Aw A Tailored to Measure Suit, made from the finest materials in our AY miMW mM superior values anywhere in the city. entire stock. You can't match Sale $20.00 and $24.50. Other Suits in this Mill-En- d MSome Prlce' Sold up to W Sj ...SUPERIOR WOOLEN MILLS VOU MM&i MAK fut$ttni Zj" .a I nraomramAvm 511-51- 3 West Market Street RETREAT A SUCCESS. The laymen's retreat at Geth- jsemano Abbey, sponsored by tho s linignts or Columbus and tho first e one given In Kentucky, opening on t ( Friday of last week and closing ct Monday morning, was a success In t every way. Those who attended t were Messrs. John P. Casstlly, t j James P. Miller, Samuel B. Matt O'Doherty, H. B. t Henry Hurst, Charles- It. Ben- t nett, John A. Doyle, Joseph Ralble, Dr. J. A. Averdlck, John L. Boland. Jesse W. Shea, Bernard S. Voll, t Gregory J. Schmltt, John J. Brown, t Eugene Slmplekamp, Col. P. H. Cal- t lahan, Charles L, V. Frank, Dan W. t ( Lawler, J. Raymond Barrett, George H. Naber, M. A. Hell man, Thomas D. Cllnes. Thomas F. Burk. Frank J. Dougherty, John G. Cecil, F. H. Mersmann. Robert A. Watson. Thomas Grady, Edward L. Pope, W. IV. R, Laviello. Charles W. c Docker, Frank A. Geher, Benedict t Elder, A. E. l,avely, J. F. Holland, t Joseph P. McGinn, Joseph Fleck, A. ( C. Hand, John B. Campbell and c George B. Mattingly. c The second Tetreat 1s now In progress. Tho programme for tho day beings at 5; 30 o'clock In the c morning with "prayers and meditation" and closes at 8:30 o'clock at I night with the "examination of con- ( science." While at the monastery the visitors are under the strict It rules of the Abbey. The retreat t master Is tho Rev. Father St. John t tho Baptist, a former Jesuit, but c t now a member, of the Trappist M order. f ,( Brod-erie- k, Mc-Bri- Mlllllllll c WMWMWWMM.WW. vvyvvvvAWMMP CENTENARY (Continued from First Page.) extinct, so that, nauseated by everything spiritual, they only covet the Intoxication of vulgar pleasues. And we generally observe that In f'hflrtt la no mod VOTE FOR AAA : t t t K C Going? Out-o- f- Business Sale BEN F. EWING Great Values in Clothes WE HAVE SOLD OUR LEASE - t Our Entire Stock Must Be Sold by August 1, Including All Rubber Goods and s- 3- the Store Fixtures. THINK OF IT, MEN! I U. S. Rubber Coat. U. 5. Kubber -- Q. Co. "Best Ever Made;" $12 SO $7.50 "Desi ever mauc, I a- 9- - Hat. $6.00 Knee Boot. '..'. j.o $1-00 eration in accumulating riches, on the other Is wanting tnat resigna- Mnn rtt nld HmpJt tn Hufforlnir tile discomforts that accompany poverty and misery, and while among proletaries and rich the fierce fight we spoke or Is raging, the aversion oX the needy Is sharpened by the immoderate luxury of the many united to a brazen licentiousness" Let us hope with the Supreme Pontiff that many will Tealize fully the great iproblem. which Is this: "To prepare by means of numerous groups of believers, through, the imitation of St Francis, the way and the Teturn to Christ, in wlhloh return lies every hope of future tvfalla nn nna FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Primary August 6. at Cut Prices. KIRSCHBAUM HANDTAILORED SUITS IN ALL WEIGHTS- $25, $30 values now $18.75 $35, $38 values now $24-7$40, $45 values now $28-7$48, $50 values now $34-7$75, $70 values now $44-75 5 $3.00 j- - $9.50 High Boots I: $11.50 Hip Boot. All Children's Coats and Cape. One-hal- f Rev. Bishop Thomas $7.35 J J. The Rightrector of the Catholic Shahan, University, who lectured at Off. Theater, spent several days in $560 nisnop siiaiian. Macau-ley- 's 5 5 V-- We Are Taking Our Loss in Order To SellQOut By August h Kentucky vlslt4ng our eduactlonal instituiolns, among them Nazareth, and Sf. Lorelto, St. Catherine's Mary's before Heaving for Wash ington. A Great Selection in Kircohbaum Suits at the Above Prices. Hand-Tailore- d V a(- - Louisville Rubber Co. 536 Fourth Ave. Opposite Guthrie. will give n-- STAG. y-eight, OliDEST PRIEST PASSES. (. sevent- CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON w u u w u uu ,.,,.,....,,.,.wwww w TTtTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTffy, w )! at AAAAAAAA' ARTIFICIAL LIMBS That Are Comfortable, Light and Durable. Louisville National Bank Building, former Walker Bldg. Today the Knights of Columbus will give a stag picnic at Grote'q ,. ni in In thn marnlnle until 8 to tho evening, followed by a dance for the member and their lady friends from 8 until 12. Tako Eighteenth street Oroll car. The music will be Iby the River Valley jazz orchestra. TAKE LONG TRn Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Curloy left n Trialt fhfilr ulster In Iou- f. T,IV. THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. CHAS. SCHUPP EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS SOFT DRINKS AND HOT LUNCH THE BEST IN THE CITY SHAWNEE 965 the Elks convention at Ijos Angeles. Before returning they will visit San Francisco, Portland. Seattle, Van Couver and North Portal, tsasK. .. nir 4fiov .nlttpnil KNIGHTS' MOONMGHT. Knigbta evening .. Net Tuesday m criva atho mnanlieht DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED Ol VUlUluuui r.' river trip on tho steamer America, leaving the foot ot Fourth street at 8:80 o'clock. Members maybe Invite Home Phone City 3820 sold their friends. Tickets wi'l Most Attractive Restaurant Near for $1 per fcouple. Union Station. MAKING AD MMINA, 1 Geo. Waidlein Restaurant THE BLATZ QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES PRBSHRVE AND BKATJTJFY Right Rev. Henry J. Tlhen, Btehop ntin,i fmm Nw York on Delicious Pastries a Specialty. Thursday for Europe, to make flis uw.v. 917 AVeat Broadway, Louisville ad llmlna cwn w ui and Rome. . jrnniiEE at gouach. Memer, -- JJeet Service 319-32- Moderate Price BT. 5 SOUTH SHHLBT LOUISVILLE. XYl Mm TUsTvtnTf tfPtrtCem italCvi. SHOCK ABSORBERS ii Service Station and Liberty awmjjo-Bt- g v.u.v, his old noma land, Where In the chureb. be celebrated hie first le on July 23, celebrate jubilee. erdot Moet Rev. Archbishop la AROOLA HOT WATER KEATING RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City 2713 PlHne.s Mate 847 - SKWBRAGH AS WTT3N0 63 i SOUTH JACKSON BTRBBT Phoaea Olty 5826; Mala 1264 UPHOLSTllRINd, OARIi STOLL, GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS) has deferred event until of this auspicious expecting to Oetober, the ArclIhop return name mhoibv ce-tl- archdS so'f6: MJ"""! the CONGRHB6. ConBrees which h will, on BUCKARISTIO FINE CANDIES 1930 Market Phone Shawnee 3347 Window OUwilwg Ofltae 8bd8, Curtain Hangers, Candy Pulliage and Wheels OH BfeHdes. "Work Wit eaUy Street a. The Tiuchartttlo North Amer'c wlU next Quebec, Cnad to, aanouneement yw baa to We elerey urgtof pare tor jt. of Bta, them be eeord-i- a , ot Carolaei d a paetoral o pre- held In BEN F. EVING was born at St. Matthews, Jefferson county, IMPROVING. Kentucky, on March 5, 1881, and Mrs. James Hlggln3, aged is the son of B. P. Ewing and years and an old resident ot New Albany, who suffered a Adelo Rudy Ewing, his father fracture of her arm by a fall In the at her home at 1122 Culbert- having been tho founder of the 'yard avenue, on son the Ftturtn or Jiuy, Is Improving In spite ot her adD. H. Ewing 's Sons Creamery. vanced age. He completed tho county and RETREAT AT NAZARETn. city graded schools, graduated Infrom the Kentucky Military Tho annual retreat for the Sisstitute, the Center College of ters of Charity Is now taking place at Nazareth, and will' close next Kentucky, and the Jefferson Tuesday, St. Vincent de- Paul's day. School of Law. MAGDALEN RETREAT. Served in the Mexican Border Father Matthew, C. P., from' tho service and the "World "War, and Sacred Heart Retreat, last Sunday has practiced law since 1910, and began a retreat for the Magdalen a resident of the county before sisters at the Good Shepherd convent at Eighth and Madison streets. moving to Louisville in 1908. This .ten daye of prayer will come Ho married Willie C. Kendrick, to a close on July 22, St, Mary Magdalen day. daughter of "William C. Kendrick, MASS IN PARK. the jeweler, and has one daughter. For the heneflb of tourists, there celebrated In. Estes NaHe has been a Demo- will be tional Park, Colorado, every Sunday crat. during the summer at 9 J 30 o'clock. pastor A. Father Mr. Ewing is one of the best Rey.'tovelaud, G. has Ducharme,of this charge ct connected citizens of Jefferson church. county, and a member of a promiCOMiEGE KNDOWED. nent family, a man whose honThe Rockefeller Foundation will to esty and integrity is unques- give $200,000 Iowa, Columbia College according to ofof Dubuque, tioned, and enjoys the confidence ficial word received by Rev. J. C, the of all his friends and business Stuart, President of given college. In1 the Tie ?200,000 will be associates, and if eleeted to tho form of a permanonit endowment, present added office of County Commissioner and will befund of- to the Columbia Colendowment authorities, The college will handle the county's money lege. alumni, students and Catholic peojudicially and hoaeatly 'and to ple of Iowa are naturally elated be cause or a no euuumni gm. ana the bet advantage of the I proud a because the gift mean 'recoirifll'cn ot re4 merit I I m-as- The Rev. Herman Kemper, oldest priest in point ot service In the Cincinnati diocese, e years, died having served Tuesday at St. Claro's Convent, Hartwell, whore he was chaplain. years ns He served for thirty-si- x pastor of St. Pbilomena church, fifty-fiv- c A WMHMJfMMMWWWWWWWW V www .... . .,.. WEST END SCREEN WORKS JOHN WEISS, BUILDER AND MAHAOEIt ...f ww y w . Alterations, Repairing, Jobbing and Stora Fixtures Pliono City 1S4H. 1 17 N. Fourth St. Hot Chile and All Kinds of Sandwiches Phone City 7555 JOHN TAPHORN 1053 Goss Avenue H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS SOFT DRINK STAND CITY 3328 AliSO HOT AND COLD IiTINCH THE BEST IN THE CITV DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY 508 WEST MARKET STREET JOHN CUNEO'S RESTAURANT . I. OARGOTTO. Pros. SOFT DRINKS PHONE CITY 2955 life-lon- g HOT AND COLD LUNCH DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY IT'S A "STAR" TIRE CO. Incorporated CITY &88 SERVICE1 ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT MAIN 3881 Home Phone, Parkway BO Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J Home Phone, Shawnee 899 - FRED WARNS, JR. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST AND BHRRY MiVDS. TLPHONH YOUR DRUG WANTfl TAYLOR JOHN F. WILL CONCRETE' OONSTRUCnOJC . COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTOR Reinforced Concrete, Wreekiac, BckvaUBg mil Grmttold Wek 380 WB8TBRN PARKWAY & ' r fl (, jH?jsnriv0'srr rnsx&s $ jMtro;wo-j&i- . PHONE 2635 For Best Service and Quality of Work in the City Men's Men's three-piecMen's light weight overcoats Men's medium weight overcoats . Wool and silk dresses Evening and fancy dresses Cotton, dresses Waists Plain skirts.... Plenrerl skirts. two-piec- e e br ;AAAAAAAAAAA STEAMER! AMERICA FOR FERN AND GROVE To the Democratic Voters of Louisville and Jefferson County- - WALNUT THEATER HOME OF CLASS' PICTURES HIGH AND MM I I suits suits $1-5- 0 l.j 1,75 ."l.75to t.w - $2.00 to 2.25 2.50 to d.00 .DO g-J- Moonlight Trips. For excursion season of J 1921 has a few more dates still open. Better secure dates now before all are taken. Apply at Wharfboat, Third and River. Phones Main or City 5 141. C. C. FULLER, .75 1.00 ' ' t - White Material 25c Extra t t t Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks ...?. iVcn2,00 $1.51) up PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY HARRY B. DRIVER PROPRIETOR S 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. SON Superintendent I J J AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner 'X Coffee Prices Lower "We This means only another decrease over, the old prict for this Coffee. This w the .best Coffee for the pricf on the market. Give us a trial. offer excellent Coffee, three pounds for 85c "Until several weeks prior to Juno 22, '1D21, it was tho generally expressed opinion .of tho Press. Democratic Clubs jina VoterB thtit nil of the Bitting Judges tho present Circuit Court would andshould be renominated without opposl"About elRht days prior to above date a 1 learned of a scheme on tho part of In orRnritzatlon en gaged put tlirough at a rselectlng a tckot to be Convention to be called by Sir. John C, jDoolan, chairman of the Democratic! City and County Committee, on Juno ... 1901 Though I did not then know it was he WHHrOjcsa woUld-b- e BjMa makers ,my to defeat me for renomlnatlon to 'present, position. i at onco called on ar.d Mr. Doolan In his oflicial capacity proU.rotested against the supposed to .ha gramme for tho convention as selection of candidates for the Demoand cratic party ns undemocratic tho then and certain to destroy party. xlsting harmony In the Jlr. Doolan then informed mo that the 'Dcmocratlo Committee had mado no plans for the convention's EovenMnco keep and each member was pledged toDenio-fcrliands oft of the candidacy of any ot hw Beeklng party recognition claims and that lie, peronolly, would .certainly do o. I Informed him that I did not then 1now as a fact of tho said scheme, but proposed to run it down and ascertain Mtf. truth or .falsity, I also stated to Mr. Doolan tnnt my purposa In coming to him oillclally was In tho general interest of party harmony nnd honest methods, and I hud me. heard of no opposition to npparcnt hesiThereupon, after some tancy, ho said to me he felt It his duty to Inform mo that I would have opposition In Mr. Attilla Cox. I replied. Mr. Co was entirely within I felt 'his rights In opposing me ; but open this nnd opposition should be In tho sprung, as apparently It,. was not .planned, on the public antl me without I HERMAN We STILUS 4 SONS ii aire and Rctfeera Qld Trading Stamp.. 5 BOYS' SUITS GOOD MUSIC. LOUISVILLE CEREAL MILL CO. Incorporated Manufacturers of tho Celebrated Brand 'NONESUCH" Meal, un-'u- st $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just toadver- tise our Boys, Department. These jj Suits are made of good woolen mate-- ! terials, splendidly tailored and fin- 1 at j Grits, Hominy, Corn Flour, i; Dairy, Hog and Poultry Feeds FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS City 30G9;South 1265 Highland 72 i j East 572 PLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS i j ADAMS & BALLWEY 978 BAXTER AVENUE LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY II ishede iTHE SPECIAL PRICE JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAKKET STREET. Established 1888 To HclpYou With Your Gleaning Both Phones 1323 Phone Us Now. HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, CHAS. P. GALAS, Ladies' Hats A Specialty. .claims the voters. With the above Information received City 1308. 210 S. Third once sought to from Mr, Dolan, I at learn who and what was behind this Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits imovement to secretly defeat me. Pressed and Dry Cleaned. yithln two hours I learned from an s Saturday two days after this lattr papi-rstatement from me the evening leaving announced Mr. Cox's candidacy, me hadly more than one week's tlmo prior to June 22, 1921, to reach with my ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT BATHS WATERS APARTMENTS ii.n Furnished For Housekeeping and Furniihed Ropms nifv ao CIO Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- 5 West Chestnut WEST MAIN ST. City 135 Main Both Phones 2406 FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet OATJIj HLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. SWISS CLEANING OF- - J,' MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS XNCOKPOXAnD Office 017 South Feurth. Plant OOO South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Progress Sanitary Milk Co. BTOOMQXAW, IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK it ASK YOUR DOMESTIC -- GROCERS. ii STEAM We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisfaction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. Wo operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reduced prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O COALNOOJaFOXA.TJBM COAL COMPANY Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payno Streets." Magnolia. Yard 1GOO 8. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Storks Building. Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ELECTRIC Main 1890 SPECIALTY XMOOKTOKAnD COMPANY City 897 528 WEST JEFFERSON Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer, Universal Farm Lighting Plants. j U. J. MNMI, rmMctt m Mmpr. K MONM, M., VTh Prn. m Trtu. IP. BANNON ; PIPE CO. Sewer am I Fir 1 9ti, Mth " Baaaaa's Pateat LUe ripe far ?team Ceaaalts, Wall CesUtf, Brala Tilt, YItrllei Brick, , l Flae LlaUg, Fire Krkk Grate aaa Seller Til, Fire Clay, Chinaey Teai, OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. MAIN Calvert Flpe, City nnd County Committee, was present. ' Of course, not 'n his official capacity. At this meeting, nnd In Mr. Doolan's hearing, Mr. A. J. Carroll proposed, as Adolph Iteutllnger a matter of party expediency, that Mr. 'Ale? Barrett, a Republican, bo proposed 'or recommended to the Democratic ConFIEE INSURANCE vention to be held Juno 22, 1321. In place of me. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND to .Mr. Barrett's prompt declination i run for this office, now held by me, PliATB GLASS plan. thwarted the carrying out of this 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET All of the nbove occurred within four weeks prior to June 22, 1921, and was known to Mr. Daolnn before and at the d Intertlmo I held tho view with him and withheld from me by him. PHARMACY No. 2 Upon learning the above I ImmedN Mr. EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. alely sought another interview with Doolan. This Interview occurred in ono of the LOUISVILLE, KT. offices attached to my court room. I stated to Mr. Doolan at this interview the above facts and said, "Vou can answer or not as to whether you were present." After seeking to obtain- from me the source from which I had, learned tin GENERAL CONTRACTORS nbove and after being pressed by me to answer or not, hatha saw fit, ho replied: OFFICE a.ND YARD: "I prefer not toanswer that iiaentlon." I then asked MrrDoolan what were tli charges against tno and his answer, fq FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS substance, was as follow, 1 e : "Ther LOUISVILLE, KY. nre no charges against you and none, Ii) my opinion, could be truthfully madei that you havo bevm an honest, efficient Home Phone, Shawnee 803 and courageous Judge." I then asked him it I had bee) a non. partisan Judge. ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Ills answer. In substance was that at nil times I nad been absolutely such. . Tim Roofs Repaired aad Painted then euld I had faithfully tried t measure up to his said estimate of mo , Asphalt Shingles a Spoccialty ns a Judge and asked him. t ho correctly estimated my administration of the 2011 WEST BROADWAY office of Judge, what answer ho and lils associates could make to tho hundreds of inquiries which were certain PROGRESSIVE WORK to be made of them as to whv, with teuch a record as a Judge I had licen FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE singled out of the seven sitting Judges o bo mado n goat of. Wo Heartily Recommend the " His answer was. "That would be a hard nut to crack" ' Ho again stated he would tako no mfc and Jart for or againstthe contest would bo BOTH PHONES 299 .entirely neutral In : Bear In mind these professions of MENDING DONE FREE neutrality and decide whether thoy consist with theso acts of tho gentleman, .1. e. : (1) The nbovo facts show he O. E. Davis L. P. Blackburn know ot tho proposed secret plan of to opposo mo at the this convention with his former pnrtntr, Mr. Attilla Co, and his abovo to me, under questioning by me, PLUMBING AND HEATING ithat he felt It his duty to tell me I iould have such opposition shows he 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE knew It was planned to keep Mr. Cox's 'candidacy secret, but his sense of duty Home Phone, Croscent 71 would not permit him longer to bo party LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY to it. (2) His presence nt the meeting nt which a Republican candidate for my position was to be recommended as a. Democratic candTOURING CAR OFFERED. idate In placo of me, n Democratic Judge peeking a renominatlon solely from Next Wednesday the annual par- .Democratic party and failing to .tell the me .of it at our first Interish picnic tor tho benefit of St. Joview. (3) His first act, In the convenseph's church will take place at tion, upon surrendering tho chair to Fontaine Ferry Parle.- - Tho people temporary and permanent chnlrmnn tho of ot St. Joseph's have been working the convention, was to move that nil for tho past month In preparation 'resolutions offered should be referred t for this' event, and with tho added to tho Resolutions Committee Million lltcueftlon or debate. attractions all who attend are sure J He cannot deny he knew the renl purto be pleased. A feature of Interest pose of his motion was to prevent tlio will be tho now Ford touring car delegntes from acting upon Mr. I". 11. motion, to be given away on this occasion. Callahan's refer Mr.known to lilm In he omliir, to Cox's and my congest, and that of others similarly situThla should be one of tho really to the August primary, which the big days at Fontaine Ferry, there- ated, compulsory his fore bring your family and friends yStatuto makes which he nnd upon assoj'ommlttce and his and enjoy tho amusements that will ciates were deliberately seeking to evudn k an act differing only In degree from an be provided. factual violation of law upon the absurd pretext tnat tho Democratic voters DESERVED VACATION'. shemselvcs cquld not name a ticket suitable to be voted for in pext In short, that for som November 11, pastor of unstated Tho Rev. John T. in cause you Democrats were, like the Holy Cross church, this city, loft Jnegro masses of the Republican party, this week on a deserved vacation, Jncapablo of functioning ns determinIn naming candidates, and Is now sojourning at Rome, ing factorscontrol of theso Ind. Father Hill lias been a tireless iou under not trained "consecutive were worker since assuming the pastorate ithlnkers," i suppose. Ilka himself and coadjutors. ot Holy Cross, end tho neonlo of .hisThank God, you are you tho congregation hope ho will re-- v voters, under tho express not, but of a mandate turn Invigorated and. In the best of (Statute of Kentucky, poshcbr the excluand individual right, where thcro health. Rev, Father Hugh Tromp, sive contests for nominations on the ot St. Mary of tho Knobs, 1s acting jare Democratic ticket to say. without advlco pastor during his absence. Urom Mr. Doolan. as chairman of said committee from his coadjutors or from d Ja convention, who these DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. nominees shall be; .viUnI5iMv.J'0U Jeeknlslr cuard and enforce rijht Tho regular business meowing of puppets of you will be but the helu'ee by Loulsvillo Circle Daughters ot Isa'Special interests" In thebosnes controlledntltc. matter of tlon and control of cnndldAtea andthe bella, will take place Tuesday evenofflcrre otce. ing, July 19, at K. C. Hall, and will chosen to' till your Purpote on tie part of 7 these clauses to repeal yourPriraajT Election bo Interesting. Members and friends in Lwnslaturo of tho Circle will again enjoy a de- .taw will the nextthe. mercy In without, which ou be, at naminir.' dates tor election br vou. of the "Bose" and lightful boat ride, as the Entertain "Special Committee' has made plans thoseyour Judaea Interest!," (wklhe to con- ment trol aad other officials. for a Mkonllght to be given on the I I ure yeu to b valiant in the protec-" nd enforoemee of this eacred ami ia- August 1. Steamer East St. Louis on pi'lm"ry 0l neat practically admitted to mo by Mr. Doolan and another member of the "Democratic Commltteo what Immediately follows: I learned, while Mr. Alex Barrett was .announced by tho papers to be a n candidate for tho Judicial now held by me. there was a mect-lln- g organization of this o jot slate makers and dictators of nominees at which Mr. John C. tho Democratic Doolan. chairman of posi-ItloDemo-jcratl- absolutely reliable source subsequently, THE NAME KENTUCKY City 6910 Res., Shawneo 1863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYREDB PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STRiDET PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAD2Y PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY Tho customer will know that you watch his Interest it you soil K. & I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE REUTLINGER & CO. Ernest Oatey Drug Co. Incorporated KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated BOTH PHONES 4263 SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND ACCURACY Bardstown Road and Longest Ave. Highland 1169 East 9168 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of conf&once built by the ..... ... 1 w.w. vmbw. I.II1B HAtr"OiA-CUUlUHQKl l :! $10 & INDIANA PRODUCTS M 1 J IS NOW! COMPANY MEANS OSTRADER & HARRIS above-mentione- H. A. DOLL CONCRETE WORK .. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Either Phone C. A. KOERNER & CO. - DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by tho fitting ot proper glasses. jjmmwUbEmu2Maa&&2mmwL W SUITE 315 STARES BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND HENRY GOSS 1 Laundry Co. meal u BROS. SHOE STORES cooked best; Where tk range ataada AH Kinds of Footwear For the the test Whole Family where That'a tho Two HAMBLY'S Stoics "Quick Heal" ernes M Shaw, 1710 tm. 2th and Portlnnd 18th and Magazine City 7104 Qalek Meal GaalRaBtea Sold. Installed nad Zlial I7 HeommuiA m WALNUT STREETS Where tfce Home Phone, City 1180 brlghtoe 1 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR Where Um BY APPOINTMENT HghUwtj Where the HAMBLY Where the Quick Meal Comes In home work U te Where work la doaw aj Where eookiat real faa Where haktag gtr lights Where drudge ia right whom That'a "Quick Meal" BLACKBURN & DAVIS slate-make- rs GOING PISHING? IF SO CALL MATTHEW HAMM0N RESIDENCE, 1051 EAST MARKET DAT OR NIGHT GEHER & SON, . w. MARKET ST. 215 Btate-Tne- nt FOR TWIN ALL HOURS MINNOWS CITY LEAGUE. QRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. above-mentione- above-mention- pt slate-maker- s. The Twin City League field meet Sunday was the biggest success In this popular organization's history financially and again from, tho spectator's standpoint, Bouquets are In order for Presidenlt Will Duffy BOTH PHONES 810. and Secretary Bob Delohanty, who worked like Trojana for the meet and their hard work brought re- $ SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, sults. Bowman, of the Dolllslo club, sprung a surprise by running George Rut to a dead heat In the sprint, and was only beaten by a tH scant margin. la the run off. Merlin Hogan won rthe distance throw and Trinity Council the relay race. Joey Aulbach'a twirling and. slugging iared the way for victory In y game, the St. the St. X. iboys winning by a 13 to 6 score. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, and' the argument Is again, renewed as to which is the best team and which will win the pennant. The schedule for tomoroow at Shawneo Is as follows: Knights of SU John! vs. Mackln. K. of C. va Dellsle, 3BO0DH; JPMOIVEJS. Trinity and St. X. being Idle, having played their game last Sunday. 2908-- a Home City 295)8 Climb. Maia Incidentally many of the regular patrons of tthe Shawnee Park, games t were cpuspicuous by their absence ot tho field meet. Funeral Director and Embalmerf i9m999WWfmmmMwm99wi9ewB9i M4Wfrfrl"tfrWW .lF4'fr DOUGHERTY & McELLIOHi J Xavler-Trlnit- I Funeral Directors and Embalmers HMUMM hand-picke- DELEGATES ELECTED. - AaaiiirM.i s. a. me vmnnv M t a w.v Aam '1 DELEGATE TO DETROIT. Joseph D. Hennegey, President of Division 4, Ancient Order of has lwen choeen to repre-neat tJ"Countycult candidate wbo does " not wish, or fera. to Jet Individual vot- era ihmw upon his claim, tbe oMk-e- . to ' of Judce of the Q JL? S Court ae the pHmury eleethm orir a worthy oppouuxT nwt"r and the following members elected to represent Trinity cil: E. J. Cooney, J. Robert James B. Kelly; alternates, L. Sullivan, Writ B. God. S. Eberle, This? convention In Terre Haute, Ind., August STATE FAIR. Council an election of delegates to tho Y. M. I. convention took place At a. recent meeting ot Trinity i;J. were John J. BARRETT'S SONSI FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SStSkt "Etmi: JMCadbo. Coun- Muhs, Louis nieeta 15. lV'VWWeVVVVVtVileei jSbtx'eet. ' rPHONKS CITY 57ai741CUM, IfOKXal-TMrfe- 507. mm " le)iemaiiaeaieecieiefief eeiee mh! KreeidwUe mmi. MUtk KaiMlia. national convention to be" helM at Detroit for four day begftmln next Tuesday. Mr. HnoeB? witH leave tomorrow encenina- - end following the convention wttl take, hi vacation. an-no- al the local County Board at.tb !4 ) I am eply willlar for the Individual faJShSKr1 - I N-- e. Sena. v l arbiUI AC tbute your deeMou at tbe boIW - v. : sum. AWTILVa. M. WAI.I.inie ntf IMM hMM n k "tbu "tL. Ttk" STr V, ft Announcement was mado TuesdaV by Secretary G. Carney Crose that the State- rain whichi thte year will b 3eld the week of September 11- -. 17J will opea with children's day. School Superlntetadent Zenoa Seott wilL be Chairman ot that day and Mr. Leila Letdenger Vice Obalr- - I msn. - C4. p. L. Director Funeral , T1T-T- 1 BX Hata Mt-- X 'amd !Exnbetliurg mm m bm