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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 23, i921. mm m urn Rrjr Drtrf ta Doort LottoiKt TMkik MrMifcr N ' Incorpor4 JSOO VOLUME XLVH.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. cries coming from' the patients. commencement A fow days later Many living in that neighborhood ho assisted at the last solemn rite3 havo been forced to move while real for Very-Re- v. W Andrew Morrlssey, estate of course has: depreciated In C, S. C., Coadjutor Superior General value. It is bolieved that much of of tho congregation. Closely contho uproar conies from tho patients: nected with Nptro Damo tor so yell and kick when they find who many years, Dr. Cavanaugh's return ir Over Attempt to Force out what it costs to live In that Aroused there is particularly gratifying to Rev. Joseph j. Boylo Makes. Toll-ln- g MACHINE BEAT$.Arf.RETREAT. public institution under 'a "reform" his many friends. Nomination for f Gregory's Plea For Laymen's t ; adminlstrtaloni. Patients arc charged County Judge. at tho rate of $1.80 ior day al, Retreats. HIBERNIAN CONVENTION. though taxpayers nro forced to pay so inucli per capita for tho upkeep Tho national conven of Hint Institution. Tho City Hoslion of thet Ancient Order of Hi pital is a milljon-dolla- r enterprise Republican Machine- Meeting Great bornians was formally opened at Absoluto Need of Religious Prla. una wio uuMiuug oi sumo was enDetroit on Tuesday following a Pon' and Growing Opposition in clplcs Being Carried Into every public spirited couraged by r tifical high mass at Sts. Peter and citizen who wanted that institution Ranks. Everyday Lifq.1 . , Paul church, celebrated by the for tho benefit of the poor and unRight Rev. M. J. Gallagher, Bishop fortunate, all realizing its need, of, the Detroit diocese and National none knowing when circumstances Chaplain of tho order. Tho eormon would compel him or ihor to take Negro Republicans Advised to Ann was de'llvered by the Very Rev. John Must Redound to tho Best1 latcr-cs- s Tho advantage of its shelter. '' Cavanaugh, of tho Catholic Uni t ? Themselves and Prepare for doublo charge of collecting taxes of ' Every Truo , '"' versity of America at Washington. assessing tho patients $1.80 per and Trouble. Greetings from President Warren American. day for its upkeep has given a O. Harding with an expression of black cyo to the City Hospital nnd appreciation for services rendered to tho sham "reform" at tho samo Amvrio-.-i liv mpn nf the 1rfh r.ico time. SAVED, MUSICIAN KEYSTONE In war time featured tho opening DEEPENING OF SPIRITUAL' LIFE. It doesn't seem but a short timo session. President Harding's teleago that Ches, (Matt, "Governor" gram to James E. Deery, National Burllngame and all of tho machine President of tho order, said: loaders used to smile at the more "Please express to the National The same little group of wilful mention of tho big negro RepubThis century has witnessed Order of Hibernians and tho Ladles' new and unusual developments, many men Who foisted Judgo Gregory as lican vote that was swung back and yet Auxiliary .my best wishes for tho an eleventh hour candidate fOT forth, in primaries and general elecorder and Its inembora and my high few more marked and decislvo than County Judge on the Democratic tions Just as the Ropubllcan maappreciation of tho services ren- the part played by laymen In things convention aro still trying to un- chine desired and the negro voters dered by men of tho Irish raco. to Catholic, writes tho Rev. Joseph J. unpopular selection on. wore no trouble at all, demanding load their this country in all of the groat wars, 0y1?' c- S. C, of Notre Damo, in JobS' and tho party much to the indignation nothing but Janitor crap games tho and by tho thousands of members Indiana Catholic. Works long privilege of running in of tho great majorltly of Demo of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians reserved to clerics and religious' alas! cratic voters who realize that tho the negro neighborhoods. But menin the national cause during tho nave passed Into tho hands ot tho nomination of Judgo Gregory would what a change. Now the mero laltyt great war." And becauso of that very " bo a detriment and handicap to the tion of tho negro voters gives the Tho "opening Bessipn was given fact wo find in tho ranks of our ticket. Democrats who have been Ropubllcan bosses tho creeps and over to formally organizing tho con- OathoIIc men everywhere a desire loyal to tho party always haven't many a sleepless night is the cost of vention which has hr6ught 1,000 tor tho deepening ot tho spiritual forgotten Gregorys bitter attacks the heavy burden. Two years ago delegates representing a member- lire. More knowledge of Christian on tho Democratic administration the trouble started when a negro ship r 200,000, in the United States doctrines as obtained through the and party leaders Just four years announced for the Republican nomparochial school 1s not nnnnirtt 4K and Canada. ination for Legislature and Ches ago, a verbatim copy taken, from Tho real business of tho conven- , give this "spiritual deepening." Tho nnd Matt woro forced to throw into tho Republican campaign handbook tion was not taken up until Wcdnes1-ddy- vuimmc couegq anu tho Catholic being published on page three of tho Tenth ward every city and when M1ss Mary McSwInoy, university are belnc ihom nnH inmv county employe, pplice, fireman, dethis rtssuo of tho Kentucky Irish Insurgent Republicans force theSearcy-Chiito- n bosses to retreat, sister of the late Mayor of Cork, sought after. Courses in social to prevent 2,200 negro American. Tho Btory of the conven- tective, otc. and Christian apologetics are delivered an address. tion wrong is also pretty famJHar men voters from nominating a nealthough latter is loaded with ammunition. ' Tho roport of Judgo James E. demanded to provldb the workers in to tho Democratic Voters who be- gro for tho Legislature. The greatDeery, of Indianapolis, the Presi- mo janus witn what might be called lieve in fair" play and they do not est knock down and drag 'cm out , Bfr ,i dent, will show an increase in tho the philosophy of the plain man. of supporting on primary In the city's history rerelish the idea Of late a now and moat felicitous organization's membership for the unwilling candidate wished on tho sulted. Only 502 votes were cast, first time in eleven years, it was expression ot the samo strong desire over '100 of them negro votes, jet convention at tho eleventh hour by for a "more abundant life" and ltd announced. Tony Carroll and supported by del- tho machine brought in a return of "America needs a now birth of spiritual deepening is evidenced in egates who had been "whisjicred to" 00 majority for tho white man. freedom," Miss McSwiney declared, the Lay Retreat movement whicW Nothing daunted the negro comes by Secretary Jim Fnhoy. As Btated In recounting her experiences in at- the Knights of Columbus have been methods to bat again this year with another before, these jobbing the House "of Commons, Sir Robert tempting to obtain an audience with among tho first to espouse, andl candldato for tho Legislature and lng: Stop, stop, you must not fire n ma6mack of the to Horn,, Sir Laming Worthlngton President Warren G. Harding- Irish which in turn is destined in tho chine which performs that way be- with an approximate registered vote this "bravo nnd noblo Koystoncr, I Rethe Providence of God to redound to tho protest." Evans, Secretary for War, and other present her version of "Governor" Burllngame, cause of tho many pllablo and. ig- of 5,200 negro men and women Ministers, and that, probably, with question. Sho declared she was ad- honor of tho order. norant negroes handled, but they publicans out of a total of 5,500. Johnson and Selllgman, of the bo n Tho clear eyed layman of today mahcino faces a Board of Safety, gasped at tho Insomo modifications the entire Cab- vised such a hearing could not aro out of place in tho Democratic Tho inet will assent to the proposals, given by the President unless tho who looka to tho future no less than, party. It takes no experienced po- tough joh. Tho oU brining or trusion and demanded of Lieut. litical critic to demonstrate that the bulldozing methods havo failed and Cook why tho protest and dare to Lull in l'rocccdbi;KBh XoBdoa 'Foi which will be reduced to writing for request came tlhrough Sir Auckland to the present sees tho absoluto British Atnba'&sador in need of religious principles being Geddes, presentation to Mr. do Valora. mass of tho voters want L. D. tho negro is On tho ballot against stop them from firing McDonnell If carried into, the minute details oE machine selection. Another they cared to. Cook, who obtained Whether L16ydi George has suc- Washlngtoni. . Greene, and to Whom tho Times un- the Basis of SctSemcntoC Miss every day life, it the social order In Miss: '.Mary Corcoran and ceeded in overcoming tho reluctance wittingly referred to this week as a source of trouble for tho machine his police experience Whllo playing Kf'rLtrt Secretary, both Its present mode is to remain". TroMile?,t v "' r, nnnMW irinir. of Sir James; Craig, tho Ulster most nctlvo candidate. Withdraw Is that the negroes want to share in In a hand around the theaters, fTho statesman ,1s Conscious el? of Louisville, aro representing the to Join ..in jiripa'rUto confeh .'lronfiir'vv .Tjtiitlps Auxiliary. Gov Gregory is the demand- - of tho tho Republican proprietorship .of stenned forward and in a dramatic Sf V ' x tht 4nvn ShiL'wnrn 'Park. vlll6h uf posfl 3UiatOihnL learned from past thte yioed' when hosays thai it w workora'and-voter. .WSIrWsii &B5&Gam&?. 6nco¬JcnoWabutn;annciftiice"fa) Ington most. diruto'r.niantopla)Eiiliei, ment1 that coming iieiy you o uu. their wish should bo heeded. That first was tho'mecca for the colored ODseravxion saiu: move would, guarantee success in folks, has then acquired ana unero-kc- e tempt to fire Ofilccr McDonnell, tis Lloyd George' Lays Plans Before Ivoncjon again, probably next weekJ by big derogations besides tno btato game of politics successfully and still remain honest The merchant and Jacob Park aro gradually It would mean tho ruin of this adis considered! a favorable omen, and and county officers. November. , tho ICJng'.and Proposals For Colored gatherings ministration, as ho plnys tho bass emphasizes this same spiritual need In any case no hint of a breakdown JTho overwhelming demonstration being absorbed. when he says. "My competitors are Submission. In tho negotiations Is apparent. CHINESE MARTYRS. In favor of Mr. Greene at tho meet- take possession of the playgrounds drum in tho Keystono police band." resorting to thoso dishonest pracTho Board of These, however, imay be more proing of the Jackson Democratic Club and shelter pavilions at these parks, Tableau; curtain. News haslust come from Ichang tices and I must do likowise If I ant Wednesday evening is convincing and on Monday of this week a big Safety slinks away, Burllngame tracted than had been generally expicnickers muttering something about "foiled Chinese Catholics to remain In business." Tho judgo pected. General proof of his strength in tho party delegation of white spend Jan Christian that twenty-nin- e tho again," whilo Lieut. Cook went Sir James Craig, Ulster Premier, Is Smuts, Premier of South Africa, Is have .been put to death hy a group upon tho bench la but emphasizing bound for Jacob Park to day had to change their mind, as a gayly down to another rehearsal of n holding himself in readiness to go of fanatical Chinese undor a sell' this need When ho points to the Day by day tho old Coming to London Next p to Ireland agafn, it needed. styled "Ta Han King." or tho wholesale disregard for things that! machine Is showing offerta of negro assemhy was there first and two gtttar players, tho regard- performer, tho fireman fiddler and tho whites would havo been Mr. do Valera cave a reception Heavenly Son of tho Ta Han dy men have ever held most sacred Week. the bombardment of tho negroes feel the bass drum performer, who contheir word, tholr oath, their honor. Republicans, and one can't ed as Intruders. Tho Tuesday which was attended by nasty. help but wonder if the frequent that their position in the Ropub- stitute the Keystono police band, members and executives of the vaTho massacre took place in a It Is upon these that the foundations, trips to New York. Washington and llcan party gives them the right to which has been rehearsing since rious Irish organizations1 in Great pagan temple in Shu Slia Win, a ot society are bullded. Tho provalenco of crime, ths town on the borders of Hupeh and other places hy Boss Ches aro not monopolize the parks and tho poor the day Chief Lud Petty took hold, CONSIDERED FAVORABLE OMEN Britain. Tho probability of a meeting in Szechwan. taken tor recuperation. As depicted old whlto man who wants to take but no public performance has over The Christians' were shameful infidelity ot tho marriage his family for a day's outing will been given. tie, the shocking indecency in dance by tho Kentucky Irish American Belfast between Eam'onn de Valera dragged from their homes and cartoonist, Ohes and Matt are re- have to hold his picnic In tho back and Sir James Craig, Ulster Pre- - brought to tho temple, where under and dress these and many other yard. Tho Republicans themselves treating fast although loaded with KNIGHTS AT 'FRISCO. threat of death1, they were asked to evils are traceable to the fact that Events which apparently had been negro X plenty of ammunition in the way of feel tho encroachment of the organ, the "Living peoplo havo forgotten God, or at incenso to offer proceeding smoothly and with fair papQra Wednesday morning. The Key- and the Herald, tho machine campaign assessments. The Buddha." They refused, and like least havo divorced Him from their The first week in August will bo Republican special the early Christians, bravely gavo ordinary dally actions. stone police and "hick" firemen aro announces1 that the San Francisco's gala week this year, rapioity toward a common ground British. Gibinet will give at Now the Lay Retreat movemenf la putting up $35 apiece, the the men party will have an outing 27, Fon- when in'oro than 25,000 Knights of on which tho British Government, consideration to tho Irish question, their blood for Him who, died for this the Irish Republicans and the Ul- -i and it Is believed that tho higher up kicking In more accord- taine Ferry Park, August them. Threo Belgian priests were a direct antithesis of all this. It la councould find a. basis for a set-- mentioned proposals wilL be ing to their rank. This past week for ihlto Republicans only, tho ne- Columbus from soven different reported missing but two havo been the Catholic Church's answer to tho their of tho troubles in Ireland cussed at great length, and that released. As yet nothing is known Irrollgion and tho pagan tendencies the poor ' old street car men were groes to bo barred. Watch object tries will assemble for tho twenty-nint- h of our day, as manifested in busi annual international conven- fell, into & lull Tuesday and for tho they aro 'likely to receive the notified that they were assessed $10 colored brothers' and sisters of the third. ness, In politics, In unrighteous j proval of the entire Ministry. On tion of the K. of C. Mayor James tho negotiations, both and it 1a said that soft (?) drink to tho slight standards of living. Its slogan ia The negro also serves notice Rolph, of San Francisco, has noti- cial and private, have ceased. men ar being nicked for as high as tho other hand there still are per-POPULAR. PRIESTS VISIT. "Deepening ot tho Spiritual Life." With Sir James Craig, the Ulster Jlstent rumors that tho Cabinet is 6200 aplcco in tho bnttlo for Quhi that he must have his rights oven fied Supromo Secretary William J. Very Its object is first of all the salvaand reform. In former days tho If ho has to fight for them, and the McGlnley that tho Golden Gato City Premier, agaln in Belfast having aot altogether harmonious, although! Very T. L. negroes Bpard of Supervisors has unani- before his departure from London definite expressions to this effect Rev. E. Rev. Baxter, Crowley and always had his license rollowing is proof that tho soul for A. former priors of tion of tho Individual , receipt framed on the wall, but now aro warned to bo Teady for action mously voted to officially welcome delivered a pronouncement which are not obtainable. St. Loufs Bortrand's church, paid whom Christ Jesus died, and sec.Stanch Unionist members of the flying visits to this city during the ondly tho building up of a body of he exhibits a receipt for campaign ajtamst tho whites. This is taken and entertain tho Knights in recog- seemed at tho time to spell the end donation to tho Republican League from tho Louisville News, a negron nition of K. of C. war and recon- of discussion between the1 threo British Parliament aro reported to past week. Father Crowley was on strong militant Catholics who will struction achievements. One of the parties, the English people aro try- - bo Increasingly nervous respecting his way to St. Rose, where a Do bo proud of their faith and who will This receipt is not framed, as tho newspaper, organ of tho machine: "Havo you a lit- principal' features of tho programme lng to figure out what eventually tho progress of Irish affairs, and minican study house is located, glory in working for Its advanceKeystono police bosses will attend to tho "franiing" if tho victim tle fairy in your homo? No, wo nro will bo tho first disabled men's ex- wilt happen with respect to Ulster, ' It is known that about forty of while Father Baxter was on his way ment. It is over thus that God acts. doesn't stand for the Republican not advertising a hoap. Hy Fairy hibit, showing tho work being done and more particularly with respect them met privately to discuss their to Cincinnati, whero he will conduct OR A by tho Knights of Columbus for men to the whole of Ireland, at the next positions. As they lacked inside a retreat League assessment. But, as stated WE MEAN A Good When labor was despised and tha tho is tho in marine, military and Government conference between Premier David knowledge respecting tho nogotla-Lloy- d Shepherd. at BothConvent of the greet- abyss between rich and poor threatabove, there's a dark lining to tho !$8 COLT. Self preservation were warmly first law of nature. When preju- contract hospitals. At this convenGeorge and Eamonn de Uons, however, they refrained from ed by their many friends hero and it ened to disrupt society God called silver cloud and the reaching any decision as to tho is probable that thoy will be hero Into being tho Religious Order of St Republicans Infer and insinuate Chat dice talks nnd spouts ofT wo Just tion it is expected that final arrange- Valera, set for Thursday. Tho meeting between Eamonn de action they would take. all of tho money being gathered rln and go on our wny. But when ments will be made for the writing again for a few days on tho return Francis, Whoso duty It was to show the dignity of labor by their own Tho basis for a conference to at- - trip. will not bo used to save Quia and prejudice begins to sfono houses of an accurate and comploto history Valera and Premier Lloyd George nnd street cars tho grin comes otf. of America by tho best authorities will probably be tholr lost before; tempt a settlement of tho Irish lives, by tholr words, and by point"reform." ing out the example of Chdst in fifiii. Matt Holt, tho leader of tho Straws, tell which way tho wind obtainable. This work, it is esti- the return of tho South Ireland del- - question has not yet been found, it ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY. egates to Dublin. Following their was announced in Clio official of it Insurgents, in paid advertising, is blows. If you haven't! n 'fairy' mated, will cost $1,500,000. When asking tho question If Searcy & Co. your homo, plenso take this hint do Ireland a meeting of the munlque issued after tho conference Attention is called to tho adver threatened tho Alblgenslan heresy Eamonn de tisement ot St Vincent's Academy Christianity and false nro to dictate all nominations and and GET OAK HlUllX awax. n Irish Renublican Parliament will in Thursday between LAID TO REST. doctrines were proclaimed on every name a machine Judgo as head of Tho above editorial Is in the all likelihood bo convened to give Valora and Premier Lloyd Georgo, In Union county, a century-ol- d innewspaper and can be negro Major Joe tho Criminal CourtScores of persons from Lonlsvillo the Republican leader an oppor-- 1 who have been conferring with the stitution for tho education) of girls side God raised up tho Rollgloua Kirwan, of tho insurgent troops, construed as an Invitation for tho and New Albany visltod tho homo tunlty to report and take fresh object of finding such a basis. and young women. Many tiro un- Order of St Dominic, whoso duty says that if tho machine acts halt negroes to start a "race riot. It also on tho new complexions Ident de Valera and his colleagues, aware of tho good work being done It was to purge tho world of. heresy and Mtb. Fred Rapp, S10 which the Dowhtng-streo- t by preaching everywhere tho pure parleys' adds the commnulque, will return to way 'fair ho will beat Gray, tho demonstrates tho contempt colored of Mr. JeffersorMlle, may 'have placed upon the old ques- - Dublin Friday and will communl-toln- s In this pioneer academy, and it Is doctrine of Christ. n candidate for Shorlff, Republicans havo for tho present West Front street, suggested that parents with daughwhoTO tho body of their daughter, Ool. Nick Vaughan, guardians of tho law. When tho French revolution rea city block. and to formulate a policy re- - cate With Lloyd Georgo after ters to be educated communicate Tho Board of Safety is having an Miss Rosa Mary Rapp, Who was an a sure enough, popular Ropubllcan, such issues as may havo ther discussion with his followers with Mother Huberta and securo vealed to the world the incomparable danger of false education, God there talks tho same "way and claims h awful knotty problem to solve In overseas Red Crosis nursb, lay in originated during those talks. catalogues and Information, called into being the great religious-order- s remained, witn me iuo vaiera is out in front for tho Police Court tho case of Patrolman H. W. Mc- etato awjxltlng burial. The casket, Tho British Cabinet sat for two Stripes, hours and a half Wednesday oven Premier until 12:25 o'olock, Tho dedicated as they aro to the Judgshlp nomination. Lieut, Nick Donnell, who was found on tho draped with tho Stars and DEMOCRATIC CLUB OUTING. Solid principles of Catholic educacandidate for Jailer, Point about two weeks ago trying watched over toy a guard of honor In'g considering tho Irish plans, R6publlcan leader was chatting and Denunzlo, rso. after which Premier David Lloyd smiling as he came out, and it hla from Lawrence Capehart Post, tion. , eays that if the machine cheats- in out his marksmanship with The South and North End own day And now in as tho target. He was 35, American Legion. Tho funeral GeorEO went to Buckingham Palace Boomed to tho crowd awaiting his cratic Clubs of tho Eleventh Demo tho primary many of its hirelings badgo ward religious fervor our at such awhen is low will get an Jnsldo view of tho jail, carged with being full of "whlto was one of tho most latgoly attend and Jaid before tho King, whose appearance that ho was pleased with will give an all' day basket picnic and not as officials either. Then mule" and it was freely predicted ed over seen in Jefforsonvillo. Tho interest .in. an Irish settlement ia tho his interview. When President de at Grote's Park tomorrow and the ebb among so many classes of our peopl6, when tho foundations ot Will Zelsor, that he would bo discharged when eenvlces were bold at St Anlthohy's keenest, tho proposals for submis-alo- Valera returns to Dublin after you have charge aro ladled and gentlemen Elmore Jack Thomas, A. H. Field Patrolman SherraTd was to walk church Monday morning. An escort to Eamonn de Valora, the Irish! Thursday's conference with Lloyd preparing to entertain ina big crowd civil Justice are threatened by the Shorrard was charged of six Red Cross nurses, who were Republican leader, at tomorrow's1 George, tho prevailing opinion In loss of Christ as an Ideal, as a and others openly defying the man- tho plank. of guests. the lclus with; dates of Ches and Matt. All' of thlsi with jbeing drunk and assaulting a overseas and were a'ttir.ed in uni- conference. Tho Prlmo Minteter London Is that ho will carry a bulky a pie eatingGames for are to be tho dlvlno teacher and model of men, contest old boy, wihom ho form, attended tho body to its last presided at the Cabinet council, document in which Ireland wilt be the Lay Retreat movement undor Insurgency has happened since thirteen-yea- r The Committee or Ar- tho inspiration ot Heaven ia raised' Chairman Boh Lucas dropped tho found out tha.t ho could whip. In- resting place. St Michael's cetme-ter- which was held in tho House of pffered dominion homo rule within features. rangements are James C. O'Brien, up by God to restore Christ to hi Louisville. City Chairmanship, which looks liks terfered with by It. Karem, ho made Conumontt and outlined for the ben- the British Empire, similar to tho P. J. Welsh, Louis Coomes and place in the home, tho co&wercial hat he he was a pretty valuable man in the mlstako of thinking of those .Minister who had not Government of South Africa. efit George Bartley. and the political worjd. whlpplng'tho boys into line for tho cou!d also trousco the latter, but PICNIC BIG AFFAIR. been considered cSoeely concerned In In appealing to the Catholic layThe city and county Karem spoiled tihe dope by taking negotiations', the hietory of FATIIER CAVANAUGH RETURNS. primaries. the Irish ST. HELENA'S CLUB. men to make a retreat wo aro pleadWBStoyes who obey orders implteltly away his weapoas and knocking friie parish picnic of St. Patrick's recent eiveots end (the Premier's now ing for a cause that must'redouwi Widespread interest wll ceater In from Ches and Matt snicker at the him) out for the count. Then "Gov- congregation at Fontaine Ferry Park offer t Ireland, which ie described proAn unusually interesting idea of Holt, Vaughau, Denuaelo, ernor" Burllngame in his smooth on AngU&t 2 will ibe a eceno of as being drawn on ge&eroue lines'. tho return of Rev, John Cav- gramme is being prepared for the to tho hest Interests of every true American who aoves to seo his cow way made personal calte on Karem festivity for the people of the cRy, Klrwwi, Zelser or any Of the It ie undWBtood that the finan- anaugh, C. S. C, who Ie recalled Monday, 'heating the machine o adjust the matter of the drunken specialty the West End. Rev. Fa- cial arranwenventa in tho new offer to Notre Dame University a pro- evening ot In charge July 25, Tho try grow in strength with the yeans, has committee end they say the machine Koystoner, and eventually" Sherrard thers Cronln and Martin and their have given cotretderable trouble to fessor. A former President of Notre for a. strictly "our own" arranged ,Wo are pleading for a course thed form Thie bring vm people will "have preto3. Control of the w$K run in enough negro gamblers wto discharged. but eventually, after Dame, he h spent Una paet two entertainment for the members! of Fill mako the faith of the Cattbotk? of Dayman a1 living, breathing,' H day, andt coneultatlon with Sir Robert Stewi-le- a yeara and phony voters in the Ninth and back to 'McDonnell, the Wfli. S. Hart this THHiukr rtwort om at Holy Croes CoMege, WashCiub to enooropeea thehr eoeper, who wee to meet the aame in addition to the recuVH- MAnwtloa Home, Choclor of the Ex- ington, D. C, wtoere h vmm en- St Hftleaa.'sr' meeting ,to be held at giving thang5, guiding him W &fe Tenth at will be Me m Sherrard, defeat. ' chequer and . tli4- treaeury offiotalto, gaged in teachtae theology, and their social Academy, Fourth and doubts and difficulties, inspiring ,hlm a number of .new In hfts discouragement, coneoMng him' McDouaelJ' tote wm hanging in eridenee. (Meetings of the varioue the TrJi".prdTiloii were aareed aleo devoted owrfderahle Mne to Presentation of the Tealdes neighbor c Stair Mies Mae Wn ttMTcW HeeHl ky the betaeee with all indtcatkma committee are being held to farther 'to. I i alM underetood tin writing. During thk period, liow-ve- Breckinridge. awardedAnna rtem In hie. sorro, end filling hrm WHS , Campbell wu th oont0kne in taWt iMHtRwtton. nelnttar to Mi MmaflmmH, when hoi Of keewh' a pretty U MMtirwl line t op rremiere onera, he hae vietted the ucvef(Ky wilt on emblem, of the r.Vtio offered, the proud premettof that he Ut leant. Hmtt Coek dirt- - Lwrfi MmhrirMn hit mmiar. new the appnmtf ot Awrteu the bowoc H bM mil tog n that K sad on July 12 deHvered the to fbe one wlting the moet tlekete lUry of God and xuaraatMAiut. the! r--' Bom of Met? and to i the Gorenwnetrt balder in made oMtfxu W tht ojroar tine. termon for the muma) Cor "A Kentucky BeHe." alvetlon of hie own eoul, DEMOCRATS ) SAVE THE SOUL fifty-secon- d I - eci-en- co . fn - Searcy-Chilto- EMIT n Searcy-Chilto- s r JnJt'b-party''an- ;k m' l Pre-mie- nuJNewport-arSirfreaeatc- d Searcy-Chilto- Jews-har- onti-raachl- no S ?, "fH?L afore-sterite- s. dls-llem- offl--- saloon-keep- er ! Searcy-Chilto- anti-machi- ne de-fen- so corn-retu- rn Searcy-Chilto- - Pres-counsol Searcy-Chilto- fur-spectl-ng I fJ - n y, ln-ur- fnt tr, eetec-KfeM- tht - Min-tatere- , - lt tn tht r, Oham-berlat- be-celaure- jExarxrooBTsr xxfcxwm ajsejgex.ga3&. July 2G Orphans' festival on tho grounds of St. Joseph's Orphan EVERY SATURDAY. PUBLISHED Homo. Moial Advsoemeat o! Irkh Americas! tad CattieUci M tfw SocUl July 26 Moonlight excursion of OfiieiaUy Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yeang Mea's Bertrand Club on Steamer America. KnightBof America. Institute and Catholic Jluy 30 St. Vincent do Paul's KBMTUCKY. IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NO CO.. lnconottrf. Publishers church picnic and reunion at New WBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLECOPYSc Hope. tad KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. ents, Mr. and Mrs. David nell, 219 Woodbine street. O'Con- - Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kelly and Messrs. Danlol and Paul Kelly, South Bend, Ind who havo been visiting In LoutevMIo, havo returned homo, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hammond, who will remain thero tho rest of tho Bummer. Catered at th Loulivllls PoatoMleo i Secosd.Clat I Mtttcr. AMUICAH, 319-32- 1 Utnu Ml CtwHBicatkK to Nw KENTUCKY IRISH Witt Ufctrtj Strwt. LOUISVILLE, KY AHE QUAKING NOW. We have no reason to doubt that the groat mass of tho pcoplo in Great Britain Bincerely wiah for an end of the trouble between their Government and the people of Some of them are oven willing that a Republic be established permanently by tho Irish, others would like to see tho largest measure of Dominion homo rule in that island, nearly all are ashamed of official brutalities and are therefore pleased that a truce has como and a conference is at hand. Tho imperialists of England seem to bo shaking with fear that tho breaking up of thoir empire Is not impossible, nor even improbable, unless "peace" is mado withi Ireland and .that country held within the empire. Now it a peace is mado which holds Ireland under tho dominion of an imperial government, It will be only a temporary pcaco; it might last for half a century or a century, but It will not endure. People who think that tho imperialists are not aiming to extend the British Emplro are deceiving themselves. World dominion is tho goal imwhich tho now entrenched perialist? and their financiers never loso sight of. An alliance with Japan is wanted to "protect British! Interests" in tho Orient, eo we aro told; but tho alliance with Japan was worked during tho Wilson administration to wring from tho United States so Important a concession as tho repeal of tho Panama Canal tolls bill, enacted when Taft was President and pledged to bo enforced by Wilson himself. Now they are talking of a alliance, to include Great Britain. Japan, tho United Stated and China. It is timo for American statesmen to beware of an entangling alliance with two empires, one a racially pagan and tho other a practically pagan empire, so far as tho manipulation of its government machinery in world affairs is in question. "British interests!" They aro not the interests of tho people of England, nor of tho people of Canada, nor of Australia, nor of New Zealand. They mean tho interests of money worshippers, the imperial who ihavo been exploiting tho peoples of many lands, oven of England itself. And this is tho game tho imperialists 6eek to continue. There Js no intention of disarming. Japan Is building battleships, training sol diers and making air craft with feverish activity, and eo is Britain. They are going to bo ready for war. It is a good time not to forget that English men and English newspapers have in tho past declared that the commercial rivalry of America was to bo "attended to" after that of Germany had been dls-- i posed of. It Is time to remember that the halting of tho British empire's progress in 177G lias not been forgiven or tho retaking of tho "lost provinces" been despaired of by tho imperialists. Ire-ten-d. four-corner- ed SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1921 ers. Divorce and unfaithfulness to the marriage bond have becomo bo rfommon in this country that they occasion little comment. Some of d tho reformers are not above reproach in this recpect. But they "excuse the sins that they'ro inclined to by damning those who have no mind to." We would advise them to devote more attention to tho real moral evils that are around U3 and not try to make now sins when no moral ovll is involved. They have now got certain newspaper writers confused so that they havo lost thoir moral bearings. We hope that most of thoir readers do not got eelf-styio- thom-Belv- es that way. Tins PAPER FIRST. The Kentucky Irish American several weeks ago stated that if Judge Quia was elected Mayor his successor, who would be appointed by Gov. Morrow, would hold for two years. Tho Louisville Times lias secured tho legal opinion of three "former Attorney Generals as wlilch sustained the statement made by this paper. However, these three learnod gentlemen seem to havo overlooked two important cases. Judge John M. Lasslng, of tho Kentucky Court of Appeals, re signed September 17, 1913, on tho samo date Judgo J. B. Hannah was appointed his successor. Judgo Thomas J. Nunn, of tho samo court, resigned March 3, 1914, on the samo date Judge Clem S. Nunn was nppointed his successor. Judges Hannah and C. S. Nunn served until December 1, 1915, being elected at the November of 1915. No one contended that 'the successor of either Judge Lassing or Judgo Nunn, Sr should havo been elected at th election of 1914. Judge Hannali served twenty-si- x months and Judgo Nunn, Jr., eerved twenty-on- e months under their appointments by the Governor. Thus wo nave a practical interpretation placed upon a section of the Constitution regarding tho filling of vacancies by tho highest court in the State. This interpretation certainly established the rule that if Gov. Morrow appoints Judge Quln's successor on the Court of Appeals after An gust 8, 1921, tho successor will hold until atter tho November election of 1923. FIELD FOR REFORMERS. Now that Owen Moore, one of Mary Plckford's1 husbands, has mar- their successors elec-to- ia ried again it brings to mind tho long series of marriages and divorces between tho Pickfords1 and Fairbanks. Hero's an opportunity for tho reformers to start a crusado against these movie stars who aro making a mockery of the ,sacred marriage rjto.' MISMANAGED LEGION. Another blow was given to the and its future American Legion prospects this week by some Qt its The money invested by our 1,7,00 new shareholders has Incompetent loaders. Resolutions were adopted indorsing Jack JohnDISARMAMENT. son, tho notorious fakir negro pugone into additions and extensions to the properties has against Jack gilist and When tho Bishops of tho Catholic Dempsey. stayed right here in Louisville, and put to work ;n useful Welfare Council, some weeks ngo, i suggested that President Harding PRIMARY OPPONENTS. take up tho question of world dispublic servioe. So placed at work this $1,000,000 earns armament and lead tho way to it, it Tho leaders of tho fight against was little thought the President primaries are in tho main composed-o$70,000 a year for the people who invested it. would act so promptly. Tho Borah men who found their dummy embodied tho candidates very weak when tho peoresolution which. features of the Bishops' suggestion ple had oj voice. Stereotyped condeveloped unexpected strength in vention slates are the highest ideals The earnings are paid to them by checks mailed to their MIsa Camillo Detort. who has been taken Tho following the Senate and tho petition present- of theso would bo political dictators. spending the last year in Washing from tho Weekly is an articleEnglish Record, an ed to tho President by 10,000 Bunaay to visit nor sport publication, and shows Just ton, arrived addresses every ninety days. denominations at her how the English regard America clergymen of all mother. Mrs. H. O. Detert, SUSPEND CRITICISM. homo at Valley Station. and Americans: seenw to have detormined hhn to "Demnsev and Caroontior are to Wo would advise our readers to act. It jiiay take some timo to Mr. anil Mrs. J. B .OhllBschlager, neht for tho hGavvwaieht chamnion- " If you are looking for a really safe and dependable work out 'the problem of disarma- suspend their criticism of the Dempsey, tne world, in Los Angeles last wcok Bbip peaco conference until the who were ittiA nrmiial ctfuaafan Of the IiaT1mof the 44Hn wrtti hv vlrHlrt ment and o bring tho nations to .Unniltni. sf Alio investment, paying 7 per cent, as regularly as the clock ticks, agree 'to lit. But as Pope Benedict) result of the conferenco is fully Elks, ' will tour Yellowstone Park 0I ni8 victory ovor Jess Wtllard, pointed out long botoro disarma- known. At any rate, tho Irish peo- and visit Colorado Springs before who beat Jack Johnson, when the you should get in touch with our investment department. nigger was all in. Tho Yankees ment was considered feasible by ple themselves are the ones who aro returning home claim Dempsey to bo a real chamreally concerned, and to them solely goverments, peaco is cot promoted belongs the right to say what terms Ho may be, but ho hasn't Mrs. Thomas D. Cllnes and chil- pion. by laTge armaments. Another thing: they will accept. Tnoy nave pur- dren. William and Hattie Kathryn, Bhown It. Tho only decent HeavyDisarmament is necessary now to chased this right by years of sacri- of Audubon Park, will return next vrolght of note Jack has whipped Is Georges Oarpentlor Chattanooga, where they Fulton. suffering, and any attempt are the nations from bankruptcy. fice and part to dictate a polioy for week from visiting Mr. ami Mrs. pred certainly wlpod up tho best has have been on our heavies in Europo and has clearly them to follow would be an s im- Walter M. Hlggins and family. LOSING TIEEIR BEARINGS. nroved himself to bo champion of . pertinence. We should remember tsr. and Mrs. Francois Kamona hl nart of tho stlobe. I seo Georges that while we have slept peacefully Th Rev. Wilbur F. Crafts and under the protecting folds of the Klein announce the engagement of jg already talking of the sparring Incorporated in Kentucky. Olga Anne partners he Is to employ. I reckon MIsa Ms kiad would be better engaged in most beautiful flag that flies be- their daughter, David Schulte, of ,e would find a posse of detectives of Heaven, the Klein, to William c neath the smile combatting moral evils than in hunger and Chicago, formerly of Louisville. No, fAr mor useful, tor from what I of to prevent prize fights or to young men. naa Erin in in know of the Yankee boxing crowd to lie ine open date has been set for the wedding. cold have punish those who engage in them. fields and they are up to all kind of tricks. hillsides and Cmfts fc Mk too many professional daily risk their lives for the cause, Mr. and Mrs. James S. Cronen an- I don't know whether or not Madof their ame Carpentler is going with her 'imagine they see and these young men, and these nounce the eafpagement rsformsrs who Oronen, husband, but I should certainly adNellie to wrong where none exists. They are onlv. hava the risrhtlay say on what daughter, MissMathete. Mae wedding vise him to take his own cook, and The down thein to WllHara L. terms ther shall without ny veil defined code .of arms. Of one thteg, however, we will be solemnised August 17 a 4 I should also take with me a person not oaring whether he lived or morals and in their baxy notions are. assured, namely, ihfct the battle o'clock at SL Cecilia's rectory. Gghly-tw- o To Consistent died, to act as taster. You might prlM figfcHntf is a terrible evil for Trih freedom has not been x uar n i. say irns w rot. O'Contfell, wno Uimm Katharine these young foufbt la It is aothfoc compared to oven wfeo vain,' and that British Prowhere an b hu hmam tNnnneted hardly ever known a boxer or has forced moral law mts? to of th who vlsltta Amri the violation o Navtkm of.athk tor pes.es wilt lassst that with the im i- TVMitauiii. to bora to- had a wvm 4mL Tk word sport fflOSQXIXIXPCOQ which art oommttd publicly with- the peaes bo a just sad Uoaombls . woood out rstor- gpttA her wsstioa wfli out any rsbnk fro lias fe, gavo a Miss Mary Kaltenbrun luncheon Thursday at her homo, "Wlldwood," in honor of Misses Eva Aug. 2 St. Patrick's school and Elizabeth Manus. Covers were at Fontaine Ferry Park. laid for Misses Catherine Duffy, August 5 Moonlight excursion Mary Ruter Gait, Gertrude Eva Manus, Elizabeth Manus, on of Jackson Democratic Club Gertrude Pike, Anna Catherino Steamer East St. Louis. Schulz, Mary Kaltenbrun. t August 5 Moonlight excursion of Jackson Democratic Culb, on SKETCH OF CANDIDATE. Steamer Amorica. Facts regarding ono of the uninAugust 10 Annual picnic and dorsed candidates for Democratic chicken sdpper of Holy Trinity nomination for city and comity ofchurch on church grounds at St. fices follow: Matthews. Wallace A. McKay, candidate for August 17 St. Aloysius church County Commissolnor, is a graduate annual picnic and outing, on church of the University of Louisville Law Department. In 18 9 ho served ns grounds, Peweo Valley. assistant Presidential elector of the August 17 St. John's parish pic- Fifth Congressional district; In 1900 nic at Phoenix Hill Park, afternoon ho was the district Presidential elector, and in 1904 he was assistant and ovenlng. Presidential elector from the August 21 Excursion to MamMr. McKay served as attorney for the old Louisvillo School moth Cavo under auspices of Council. Board far five years. He was Chairman of tho Democratic Committee August 31 Harvest festival of of the Forty-nint- h legislative district St. Peter's church on parish) for two years. Ho was one of tho grounds, Seventeenth and Garland organizers of tho Auburndale Improvement Club and the Crescent avenue. Ilill Forward Club. Ho was twico elected President of tho Crescent Hill Forward Club, and was elected President of tho Allied Public Service League in 1920. Mr. McKay is one of tho proAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA moters of tho now city at Camp Taylor, is interested in farming and fruit growing enterprises in JefferMiss Angela Perry visited Mrs. S. son county and one of tho Directors D. Thompson last wek at Prestonia. of tho great Kentucky agricultural paper, Tho Farmers Homo Journal; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dugan have Attorney for tho city of Jefferson-towreturned from a short stay in charter member of South Park Fishing Club. Attended meeting of tho Auburndale Improvement Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Mapother Club for two years and aided maleft this week for a short stay in terially in tho development of tho Atlantic City. southern end of Jefferson county along Industrial and civic lines. t, Miss Gertrudo Langan, has returned from a visit at FEAST OF PATRON. Latonia and Cincinnati. Tuesday was the feast of St. VinMiss Lucille Erdraan, Deer Park, cent do Paul, patron of tho Vincen-tla- n lias boon visiting at Andorson, Ind., fathers, Sisters of Charity and the guest of Mrs. Thomas O'Neal. St. Vincent de Paul Society, tho celebration of which by tho latter James McKiornan has boon enjoy- has been transferred to tomorrow. ing his vacation visiting health Ab St. Vincent de Paul Is the1 spots near and around Louisville. patron saint of tho society a brief review of the object of this organiDr. Bernard Asman. Mrs. Asman zation, which was founded by tho and children have moved into their sainted Frederick Ozanan to help new home on tho Bardstown road. young men in the world to sanctify themselves through'works of charity Mrs. Mary Borland and niece, and service to fellow men, will not Miss Elizabeth Owens, have gone to bo amiss. The prime object of tho Washington and New York to "visit society is to sustain its members rolatlves. by mutual example in tho virtues and practice of a Christian life; Mrs. W. F. Brace, Buffalo, N. Y., secondly to visit the poor at thoir who has been visiting her parents, dwellings, to carry them succor in Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Mechllng, has kind, to afford them also religious returned home. consolation, remembering tho words Master, Not in bread alono Miss Margaret Connell, of. 415 of ourman live In ovory word West Seventh street, New Albany, doth prococdoth but tho mouth of from that has returned from a short Vacation God;" thirdly, to apply themselves' trip to Chattanooga. accordingly to .thoir abilities and tho time which they can snare to tho Allen Long arrived Sunday from elementary and Christian instrucPetersburg to Join Mrs. Long at tho tion of poor children, seoing that homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. what is done for the least of the George Zlx, in Clifton. brethren, Jesus Christ will accept as himself; fourthly, to bo dono Mrs. Pierre Dawson and son, willingfor undertake any sort of to Pierro Dawson, Jr., of Chicago, are charitable work the sovisiting Mrs. Dawson's parents, Mr. ciety's resources to whichadequate, may bo and Mrs. D. J. Langan. and which will not oppose tho chief end of the society Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Hennessy St. Vincent de Paul's Society is loft Sunday for Detroit, where Mr. composed of actlvo members and of Hennessy will Toprosont tho A. O. H. others who can hot dovoto themat tho national convention. selves to tho work in which it is engaged. Tho mombers of this latDavid O'Connoll, 219 Woodbine ter class assist the former by their street, has returned' from an influence by Uielr dobusiness trip through Vir- efforts and by their prayers they nations and ginia and the adjoining States. supply the absence of that actual which they aro necesMr. and Mrs. L. A. Blanford and sitated to forego. Mr. and Mrs. John Demllng, CresSociety Tho St. Vlncont do cent Hill, are .spending several has an individualizing Paul's characteristic weeks at Lake Mackinac, Mich. that it is an organization working with natural instruments, but with) Griffin, who has a motive Miss Catherine that transcends tho natbeen tho guest of Misses Mary and ural order. It Is linking tho human Agnes Hannon, Crescent Hill, has with tho divine. That It has acreturned to her homo in Now York. complished wonders is not surprising when ono knows its character. Misses Adel and Eleanor Moritz No organization based on purely aro enjoying oj two weeks' vaca- natural motives, no matter how tion on a lake trip and visit to De- worthy or exalted, could accom-pl's- h troit. Cleveland, Buffalo and Niag what this society has accomara Falls. plished in tho eighty years of Its existence. It stands without a peer Miss Maragarot Mils, who has among tho societies of Catholic laybeen the guest of tho Misses men. There is no society fn tho East Chestnut street, churchi or out of It more deserving has returned to Frank- of tho support of the people. Its fort. Ky. members and officers servo without salaries or perquisites of any kind. Mr. and Mrs. William Boslor, Jr., Every dollar given to tho society is Mary Louise Boslor and expended for tho purpose for whlcn and Miss Mrs. Elizabeth B. Speed havo re- It was contributed. turned from a ton days' stay at Dawson Springs. nOW ENGLISH LOVE US. Kla-phek- 1,700 NEW SHAREHOLDERS OWNING o, G Stato-at-laTg- o. 1,000,000 Seven Per Cent. AAAA)UAftAAA SOCIETY. ! n, Preferred Stock Receiving Beoch-mon- $70,000 Profit-Sharin- g Dividends Annually. TATE FIND PEOPLE ASKING many questions as to "how the Louisville Gas & Electric Company is getting along .Avith its Custom-ownershi- p plan. V , .J, '- -- You will sea the answer boiled down in a few words in the headlines of this advertisement. These are the results of a period of about thirteen - months. When the Custom ownership plan was started there were already 1,300 or 1,400 Louisville citizens owning stocks, bonds and notes of this organization. So today we find ed that upward of 3,000 Louisville citi- zens are financially interested in the great properties which supply them with the daily vital necessities of electricity V and gas. , Brit-ish-lrj- sh -- , I - I Louisville Gas & Electric Company 311 West try-la- wind-swe- pt Chestnut Street. Returns Years of Investors , . k uru J. J. s . - -- r JKOtXOKIY IJRJTII JfcJWt&iailO JUDGE GREGORY'S DEMOCRACY Bitter Speech Delivered by Candidate For County Judge Posing as a Taken Verbatim From the Republican Campaign Hand Book of 1917. Democrat-Addres- s AUGUST 6 PRIMARY 'r tlJ Vm m SHINGLES mens furnishingsJ 408 W.MARKET STVfS OTE3 for: JUDGE . V CAN REAL DEMOCRATS WHO READ THIS VOTE FOR JUDGE GREGORY? Judge James P. Gregory- was elected Judge of the Criminal Court,, tho Democratic party In 1309. m Ho served in that ofllco until 1916. Mr. Chairman, Ladles and Gen- jtsrcwx4rzo tlomon and my friends and nolgh- -, . ft 1B to 4S0 a. BraoktmrlOr) Branok Trfl u4 Switch, Xft bora ot Crescent Hill: Doubtless none of you recognlzo, and I cer-- J talnly did not, the Introduction un til my overgenerous friend reached MERIWETHER CHAS. that part of his speech whoro ho ' epoko of a Criminal Judge. It Is DESIGNER AND BUILDER it a pleasure for me always to meet with tho people of Crescent Hill. Most of my life has been spent In the city of Louisville, and by far 808 STARKS BUILDING 'City 9196 tho .greater part ot It In this and TELEPHONES Main 345 adjoining neighborhoods. In the political campaign In which I have been a candidate, I have not honMETAL WORKS 0. K. ored tho nomination or election to Incorporated ,. ofllco by all tho people more than I ' have the genorous support from tho GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS good peoplo of this special comREPAIRING OP ALL KINDS munity. Anyone who has a claim TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING) to present that has merit in it can CITY 1705 be Assured ot a fair hearing and 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. of a generous reception by these - SSk ,sa 2 mMw3wwwMwwm J. ITHES FLOORING patronage In tho way of trado and contracts ifrom, thei municipal gov-b- y ernmbnt. It embraces another very large and very dangerous1 element In tho community, those who seek and those who aro granted special privileges and immunities from tho regulation, of tho law In order that they may bo commanded to do the bidding of the political, bosses who press the buttons and manipulate tho wires that regulate tho machine. It Is further composed of a largo element ot known and confessed criminals', many ot them created and developed at the behest of this machine In order that In their helplessness and their liability to prosecution, they can bo made tho abject slaves to do the corrupt bidding of this corrupt and Infamous organization. 'Those are tho elements in a measure, my friends, that constitute the political machine with which tho City ot Louisville Is cursed. It is not alone in tho cities of the land in being subjeot in some measure to tho domination ot a machine, but I think It is generally recognized in tho country that its' development has attained a higher degree ofi perfection hero than In almost any other place wheTO its operations have been known and tho past masters In machine politics in Louisville aro prepared to give a post graduate course to tho most infamous political criminals in all tho world. ARTISTIC HOMES SHEET WILLIAM M. 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Twentieth and Bank Streets. ' City Manufacturer of Harness Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Etc., at Lowest Prices. 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. Home Plione City 3GC0 G. R. IjIPS and Dealer in Men's and Boys' Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY 8i04 FOURTH, AVBNUB, TAYLOR AND BKRRY BOULEVARDS Yev Patroe, Large or Small, Always Appreciate PAJUC SOS "$", ... JHONII PARK' 282 ,.'. T'V It has not been riiy custom nor my desire in primary campaigns except when I was myself a candidate and. when it was therefore my duty to appear and take part in the discussion, to take part in party fights or In .tho turmoil ot party discussion. But tho' times that have now come upon us are unusual in tholr There has come a time nature. when It is tho duty of the citizens to speak and to warn the people of the conditions) ,under which they are living and the more serious1 conditions with wTiichi they ar.e I wish that I could threatened. consistently with that duty abstain from a discussion of the issues in this campaign, for It is by no moans a pleasant, duty. It has never been pleasant to me to speak HI of anyone and certainly not of the great number of peoplo to whom some of my remarks this evening will apply. Your committee has assigned to mo the duty of discussing the topic, "A Crisis in the Affairs oif Our City." In the outset, I wish) to confess my utter inability to do that subject Justice. I confess my Inability to give you even a safe impression as to the seriousness of that crisis and of its consequences. It is no argument to engage in vllllflcatlon or abuse and such is not my purpose thisl ovenlng. It is no argument to engage in wild and reckless cliarges and I shall make none that I 'have' not either personal knowledge of or information from sources that aro absolutely reliable. A proper consideration and understanding of this crisis involves the necessity of making some explanation ot terms, that may be employed In describing it. In political discussion, the1 term "machine" is used very promiscuously and has a very elastic meaning. There are machines that are proper and perform a useful function. There are other machines1 that aro iniquitous and that stifle the very voice ot freedom and, paralyze the arm of the law. I wlsli! to refer to a machine that has an existence, that can be perceived and discerned by anyono who Invest!- gates with a fair and intelligent mind, a machine that may he described as an organization composed of political pirates and plunderers formed for tho purpose and laboring to the end, night and day, to hoodwink the respectable people and exploit the vicious element of tho community over and always for its own aggrandizement. That Is tho character of machine concerning which I wish to sp'dak this ovenlng. Hoodwinking tho People. I charge that it has an existence in the midst of a people who aro controlling themselves with the belief that they are a band of freo men. I charge that In its operations It has enslaved' politically this entire community and. that so long as we pormit it tf bo dominating as it has for. a long time, we are nor Or wo neither a Now; a political a free peoplo. machine, or rather this political machine, for that is tho one we are concerned' with, I will descrlbo to you that you can verify whether or not It exists hero and determJno for yourself whether or not you wish to be Its slavQ or whether in the uprightness of American manhood you will trample it under your feet. This machine is composed ot men In 'office and a largo number out of office. Not all men In ofllco aro parts of tho machine. There are Independent, upright nnd honorable men Jn omce, not oecauso tno ma' chine wants them there, but be cause they aro tho grudging tribute which the machine pays to repect- ablllty in order to hoodwink the ijeopio and so elect what men It Jleases to office. A large number of elective and appointive efflcos are parts ot tha machine. Nowl a party organization ia an organization that Is created and recognized by law as the Tribunal lor tho Government and regulation of political parties.. It is generally conceded that political organization and political unities are necessary to the of the community, and recognizing that fact, the law ha created thosa organisations consisting, oif the Chairman of tho Legislative' Dl&tricte and the Chairman ot "the various precincts of our city and county, embracing in thte city Occupying a some afcverai men, portion under tlA' law cub a Judicial Tribunal that body should be prepared to rula in all party affaire and . between all candidates with fairness and impartiality, but it ha been (captured body ana soul ana held: and exploited .by tthta heartless machine that seek to subjugate the people of LoukrHlle to tho vrfH that are of the few political bod nlaHinjr them- for 4har 6to hm-mTit ambiMM. otbers. MB ordlnarilr not suftpossd to fee wtes la Mttttos, arte, who ,. tm anonwHWft. w p ftwor Ju-ticl- people. al well-bei- ng - m. um understanding as to what constitutes the machine for the purposes of the present discussion. Let us boo some of Its operations. . Bear In mind that its object Is the reaping of tho most bounteous harvest ot political graft of which its, development Is .capable. What does It do? It has two objects, as stated originally, ono to hookwink tho respectable element and the other to exploit the vicious element of the communities.. For those positions where It fcara to place in its own minions In office it wdll nomlnato men' of high character as it has done a number of times and consent to their election by tho people. But when it comes to positions whore the administration of tho positions permits the reaping! of bounteous harvests of graft or the cutting off entirely ot that profitable source of revenue, the political machino inevitably and Invariably, and you will never find an exception to tho rule, selects men who will either actively In the conspiracy to exploit the people or who in gratitude for the support of the machine and what they concede to he an honor, will consent to nominally fill the ofnee and surrender Its powers to those who are the leaders and the manipulators of tho political machine. A man may say and sometimes say truthfully 'hot ho favors this, that or tho other policy which) is commendable and which moots with tho endorsement of tho people. But he Is but deceiving you It ho personally conducts his indlvidi' duties in that matter and In his appointive powers relinquishes control of tho Government to those who ho knows will prostitute it to the base and infamous purpose of a corrupt political organization. Cronan Scloctcd by tho Machine. Now, let us not deal in glittering generalities. Let us ho a Uttlo more specific. The political machine In this case, and no man In the City ot Louisville, I believe, will deny it, the political machino in thlfl case as It has In some previous cases has selected for the ofllco of MJayor a man that It knows will do Its bidding, a man it never would have thought of and nobody else would have thought of for that position oxqept for the fact that It knew ha would do Its bidding. I have no personal animosity tbward Mr. Cronan nor to any ot the gentlemen who are allied with him either as candidates or otherwise, but I speak by authority when I say to you that Mr. Cronan not only has failed to givb evidence ot qualification olther by paTty loyalty or leadership or by fidelity to office to be entitled to the promotion which ho is now asking at your hands. Ho has announced as ono of the .planks of his platform, as lofty one of thoso principles designed to hoodwink such people oa you who believe In law enforcement "and economy has announced' that it ho is elected Mayor he will enforce the law against gambling. If el6oted Mayor he" could in a large measure enforce that law because ho has the absolute power of appointing and removing the members of the" Board of Safety and they have all the Police and Detective force of the city absolutely under their con trol. Mr. Cronan knows tnat ne' shall not enforce that law and his political henchmen know ft and the smallest spoke In his political machino knows .that Tie will not enforce that law and that If he had any Intention of enforcing that law-h"would never have been selected as their candidate and! d'f ho wore selected would not get a single vote from them. I am not speaking without knowing: what I am talking about. Cronan as Sheriff. For ,two years of Mr. Cronan'a term as Sheriff, of this county t waa my duty to preside over the Criminal' Branch, "of your Oftrcufct. Court. .It Mr. Cronan qualified ac-M&rMnn t law as" Sheriff, and I as sume he did, he took an oath that btt would use hi efforts to detect gambling nd with wme twnty or thhfty deputies, J can safely my error twenty, under hl" control, ta those two yeara an sontetblag like a. year end bait staee,, I hav never known ot a ataete ease where he' ever deteeted or aiade an effort to to .detect gambltojf er to 1mH " high-soundie Now, my friends, wo have some Crime and Graft. lug our citizenship and destroying our young manhood with tho wide-opgambling house ot tho City of Louisville. I know and you know that if ho wanted to detect them ho could tonight lay his, hands upon dozens of them and bring them to the bar ot Justice, but not one of thorn will ho touched or will he authorize or direct his deputies to touch. Now, my friends, this, sad to say, is not only true of tho Sheriff's office, but It is true ot tho whole Police Department of tho City ot Louisville and I havo no kind of feeling toward a singlo member of tha department. It W composed ot men who aro capable and who can he efficient It permitted to do so, If thero is a crime committed and they desire' to detect the perpetrator, they can do so with expedition and with great certainty. In hundreds of cases, many of them difficult ones,-- havo seen evidence ot their intelligence and .their ability to ferret out 'the guilty and bring to Justice. This Is to their credit. It is also an evidence of their ability. But when it comes to thoso crimes that aro profitable to the political machine, when it comes to those crimes that consti-graf- t, that police force is as incompetent and as worthless as tho mummies in Phara'ph's Pyramids in Africa. It perchance they bring one under a cliar'ge of gambling -, it Is not because .they oppose but because that hapless individual Is not paying satisfactory tribute to tho political machino. Vice and Crime Protected. exactly Now, let me illustrato what I mean on that subject. As to most crimes, the Police Department of Louisville Is faithful In detecting and arresting and securing evidence for conviction. There There la Is very little difficulty. also no' difficulty In securing Indictments against those who are thus guilty and there Is no difficulty In securing witnesses to testify and In securing petit Juries in most cases to convict them. If tonight someone breaks Into this house' and steals a sack of flour ho commits a (felony and boforo noon tomorrow the police department will have that criminal and will have tho evidence to send him to tWo penitentiary. That Is ono side ttt But If tonight your tho picture. boy, eighteen or nineteen or twenty years old, goes to some favorite Baloon that Is under the jroteotion of this political machino and calls for a drink he can get It in any amount that he has the money to pay for, notwithstanding the law positively and without exception Inhibits the sale of that liquor to years of anyone under twenty-on- o age. If besotted with drink he stray a little further down tho street and comes to ono of these cigar stores or newspaper stores hells, where that are gambling there, aro chances sold on horse races every day In the year, with Sunday, a possible oxcoptoln. of and I think sometimes on Sunday he can go In there and buy to the limit of his means In violation of the law. They will send to the penitentiary some poor darkey or poor white man for that matter who will steal a little food, but they will let go unchallenged without arrest or without an effort to arrest nay, they will throw eVory protection in their power about tho and tho criminal saloonkeeper criminal gambling houso keepers who are leading your sons into the very Jaws of death and destruction, without a protest. That is a picture, my friends, that I have 6oen verified times without number and why is It so? Why is it that your little worldly possessions are so carefully protected and the welfare of your children, oven thoso of more, mature years, Is utterly disregarded? It Is because Its llfo Of depends upon the upon tho the criminal of the criminal gambling house hell keeper, upon tho ot those who commit crime with Immunity and with the protection of those whom: you pay to forrot It out and bring to Justice In order that this political machine can reap Its graft and perpetuate en ganl-Mlhg- L D. GREENE ?W..'v . .. )rt v' COUNTY party Primary Election August 6. CANDIDATE FOR r Subject to the action of the Democratic MRS. JOHN L. WOODBURY CANDIDATE FOR Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. COUNTY TAX COMMISSIONER COAL REDUCED-JU- LY DELIVERIES $8.25 $7.00 Wilton Jcllico Lump Harlan LumpHazard Lump :. 25 cents per ton less than eled off. $8.2fl West Virginia Lump $8.25 Taylorf Lump $8.25 West Kentucky Lump above prices It coal Is dumped $7.00 not shov- Byrne Speed Coal Corporation UfOORPORATOD 315 Guthrie Street. BUY NOW Both Phones 315. CUMB. PHONE, PLEASURE RIDGE 21 Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner Served To Order Sandwiches of All Kinds Served On Short Notice Try Our Dcliclosus Club Sandwiches , C. M. . GOOD SCHELL'S SUMMER GARDEN Glonbrook Station, 18th Street Road Eight Miles From Court Houso DANCING N MUSIC S41 Highland East 9153 WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT BAXTER, AND BltEOlONttlDGE EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK GEO. "ROMIES" J. ROMISER. ProD. DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired JOHN RECCIUS' SONS RUBBER THIES PUT ON DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH! MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. 217 WEST MARKET STREET CITY 9206 AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESS0RD3S GADDIE & ROSENHAM 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS HOME PHONE, CITY 7576 WORK DONE PROMPTLY OTTO J. OSTER BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY" VARD3TY WOODWORK REPAHtLNG 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. 1I05IE PHONE. CITY 0270 BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TET, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing Roof Painting a Specialty 442 BAXTER AVE., saloon-keepe- r,, CHIMNEY POINTING at Underbill Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1716 P. B. H A W yK I N S PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN HOUSE AVmiNG AND ELECTRICAL Its power. We are under tho yoke ot political tyranny 5n our local affairs. Whoa we protest against these cor- ruptlohs that are rampant, that havo become so brazen in tho community, this political machine, grown fat In a very revel of debauchery In its saturnalia of crime, roars out: "Don't glva tho old town a bad name. Let s go on In our drunken revelry, not drunk ' with wine, no, nothing halt so decent, but drunk with the- continued triumph) ot corruption and forco over tho rights of peoplo who are su pinely allowing them to dominate and to ijule them." Lot us give back tho answer to that .Infamous appeal: "Yes, we will give tho old town a .good name; wo will give it a good nam by having ,lt deserve a good name, and wo will have it deservo a good name by banishing from political sorvlce the infamous criminals who have debauched and polluted and send to the penitentiary those who dare to etifle tho voice of freedom n this community, My .friends, I thank you, - Estimates Furnished 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET Guy Leber REPAIRING Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 Chas. Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 300 NORTON BUILDING r: HOME PHONE. CITY' 2700 LOUISVILLE,, KENTUCKY MACARONI , . EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET PBNDBNNIS Both Phones Inc. KY. tOUISVILLBL v.1 Juatlee tevm, tum iul braces aw'o riot IT'S A' HAPPY UNION. v THa marriage ot 'Miss Marie ScBlHpeler and Carl A. Yunker was eiultly solemnized Thursday morn-In- x ; !?-'- , : 7 'a' 00. at 3t. Frances of Romo church, tho Bar. Father Riley officiating. Incorporated t The brld wore a gray Polret twill embroidered coat suit and a white CITY 688 SERVICE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT MAIN 3661 feathered hat. Ifer corsage, bouquet wifibuTftt rosea. Mise Anna was of 8ettJermyer, Lexington, was maid IT of honor and wore .a uress or. roae Whether It Re. Bread, Rolls, Cakes, BlscHlte or Pastries, Their . I and white crepe de chine, Carjtar Succe&s Is Assured by tho Unfailing Quality of "',$ Hatles waa beet man. Mkw Ynwcrn 9hnley pJayad the organ, and Mrs, Harry Hoy mng, during the ASK YOUR GROCHR 'gamblw whn tHW Aftr & osUndad. trip, Is who fe the Baet Mr. mi Mm. YuriW, wHl WM; KASTBLHUN, Sola Distributor wtfc tho Ctty 147S - Ik H. Imim in Btreaweod l "t rk - '' "STAR" TIRE HERE IS AT LAST! , oqr-msa- SNOW CLAD FLOUR tfrti . n - . ;'h ) . " tf fe-- . fc. MZ&i&rcTyowrsr rBcxaaaac amjssmoas. Prop. CAFE That Good Old Homo Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 JOSEPH R. KIRWAN AL STEBLER, OPEN FOR BUSINESS FEHR'S X. s L SIMON P0NTRICH INTERURBAN NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE JFLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants TweBty-elght- h SHERIFF Republican Primary. JUDOS WAILACE COX. ANSWERS 317 West Liberty XX. Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece (Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in 6tore are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small margin and utmost value. tod Greenwood, its 'former punch and exhilarating qualities. Is back again with all of CASH COAL 2d and Water CO: Made from Choicest Hopi, Malt and other Cereals by the old, reliable Fehr method. M.50 Weit Kv.. clean lamp M.CO Biff Clean Nut, no slack ann nu., Kicn, lumpy, suns Per Ton Delivered Anywhere If TJ Hani It, 81.25 Per Ton ! Oloier rierurei on Biff Orders Sam Next To Interurban CASH' DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED OUTLET 329 AVEST JEFFERSON STREET SAINT VINCENT, KENTUCKY Served Everywhere MORE LUMBER in tho construction of your home than any othor material. We furnish the best lumber at reasonable prices. ' ' S'EE OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE is usod Order a Case Sent Home MAIN467--CIT- Y US", CENTRAL CONSUMERS' INCORPORATED COMPANY WILL B. MILLER COMPANY TWELFTH AND OLDnAM CITY LOUISVILLE, Shawnee KENTUCKY. PHONES: SOUTH 27G0 2760 80 vijsict West 9203 HENRY FISCHER BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT FOB A PORK PACKER Boiled Hams a Specialty GOOD Weekly Savings Club ZSMRT ONE OHIOKEN DINNER 4950 WEST MARKET STREET THIS KINTH WITH THE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central Avenue, Watch Crystals Fitted 200 Watch and Jewelry Repairing Drs. Harrison and Strassburg "Wo Dentistry. W Malco a Specialty of All Branches Appliances In the Elimination of Pain. Use All Modern of The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH FOURTH Shop AVE. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. Next to Rex Theater Open EroHlnga Until 0 P. M. "You Will Do Better Phono City 4503 Homo Phone, City 809 Phono City 4593 at Spurrier'" AND DELI . r J. B. STRAUSS MAKERS OP & CO. ' KY. FANCY GROCERIES CATESSENFRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES . STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH 23 fi SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, & BROADWAY Shawnee 1817 Phonea West 8E3 Soft. Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City Frank Hartman & Sons 2106 PORTLAND AVE. D 'op in and Get Acquainted HOUSE PAINTERS Phone Shawnee 1416 AND DECORATORS A. T. COU. PRESTON JAM1 RBARBON J Some Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 412-- W SCHREIBER DRUGGIST 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J ICY. GAS LOUISVILLE, AND CHESTNUT STREETS CITY 671 MAIN 0357; PHONES FITTING AND SEWERAGE ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET Phono City 5708 Shawneo SOo' Phono Your Wants To West 9200 ARTHUR N. E. COR, HIGHEST QUALITY TWENTY-SIXTH C. WOERTZ AND MARKET CUT RATE DRUGGIST STREETS LOWEST PRICES Mark Sales, Pros. J. O. Jacobi, Sec. and Treas. Incorporated SOUTH 0122 Dealers In All Kinds of Office and SEVENTH CITY 252 1 Store riztnres, Safes, Cash Registers, Show Cases, Counters, PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST Shelving1, Etc. PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST QUALITY OF DRUG 510 WEST MAIN STKEET STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE Home Phone, City 1888 WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE HONOR PATRON SAINT. AND BROADAVAY McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY L. GRAUMAN. & CO. ARTIFICIAL LIMBS That Are Comfortable, Light and Durable. THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. $ I O the custom of the members of this great charitly society to observe the feast of their patron and founder wherevor there is a conference. Louisville National Bank Building, former Walker BIdgv Each year 'the gathering has a dif ferent conference as host, and this CHA'S. SCHUPP year tho meeting will bo at St. and Cecilia's church, Twenty-fiftEIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS St. Cecilia street At 7:30 a. m. tho Rev. Robert Craney, pastor of SOFT DRINKS AND HOT LUNCH r. St. Cecilia's, wlli bo the celebrant THE BEST IN THE CITY John Tobo, President of St. Joof the mass at which the Vlncen-tian- s from' all over the city will seph's Orphan Society, has a corps AND GET ACQUAINTED DROP IN SHAWNEE 965 communion in a body. The of willing workers who aro helpRev. Francis Cotton, assistant to ing him with the arrangements for Father Craney, will deliver a brief! tho annual ilcnlc of this society on JOHN CUNEO'S RESTAURANT sermon. The memcers or St. Ce- .tho' grounds of the orphan home on made prep- Frankfort avenue, next Tuesday. P. GARGOTTO, Prop. cilia's conference lave a IangC MARKET STREET 508 WEST arations to entertain Supper will bo eerved and refreshAfter the mass break ments may be had at all times. This HOT AND COLD LUNCH SOFT DRINKS fast will be served and tne general good cit In DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY meeting will follow, doing away is an eventan. which all PHONE CITY 2955 izens feel Interest, and in apwith the afternoon meeting on ac preciation of the labors of the count of tho heat. The President Home Phone, Parkway 50 JNO. P. MORTON & CO. of the Particular Council, John A numerous committees there sliouldl attendance. be a Cumb. Phone, 'South 9235-- J Doyle, urges all Vincentianp to bo Thoro will be amueomonts and atINCORPORATED at St. Cecilia's tomorrow morning tractions of all kinds and a special general meeting the officers musical programme, and all who At FRED WARNS, LouIsYlHe, Ky will the latabUsaed 1898 submit their reDorts or tne visit the grounds are certain to feel the past halt well repaid for tho time spent worlc done during PRES0RD?TI0N DRUGGIST OFFICM OUTFITTBne year. there. . It ahould not be necessary TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. to urge our people to help this PRINTW STATIONERS LAYJIEN'S RETREATS. worthy cause and help maintain the TgLBPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS innocent and helpless little ones so Tho thati whrv left last Friday to well cared ifor and educated at St. LIBERTY SHOE SHOP attend the second of the laymen's Joseph's Orphan Home. Maple Tnee are very retreats at Getheemane EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. enthusiastic about it and one and OUTLINE VIVID PICTURE, Wfktwnth and Bernheim Lane all are thankful that these retreats FINE SHOE REPAIRING i Tioira iifiun in Ken Home is the greatest scboo-- l of Work Called For and Delivered tucky by ,th KnlgMs of Columbua life. Few can rce4ve the hoaor Judge Matt of & college education, but all are FRBD SCHICK, Trop. 987 WB8T MARKET STRKBT at the suggestion of commenced graduates O'Doherty. The service of borne. The te&rnkvg 2702-Shawnee on Friday, immediately Sifter th of the university may fade, its 899 train arrived, and closed' Sunday knowledge; may moulder in the Home Phone, Shawnee snminsr. ,th men. leaving the mon balta ot memory, but the staple JOHN B. WATHEN ry early. astery Monday mornln JOHN F. WILL upon the of Ywnday anotnw garnering m mu leaeone of home impressed the ruet rURNTTURS MOVING AKD CONSTRUCTION childhood "defy OOKCMTE want nn. and ats nmklfle the third hewte FACSHW COMPANY ,...1 to. at 4tio 41inui TWrW The of year and outline the vivid picand to Father John the ture of life. '"Mid. jrteeeure OHNBRAL CONTRACTORS retreat master MO Bog TutBr ajmhki peJaees we nay ream, hut' be M Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, ever m hauAIe, there's so ptaee VntlN4 BaptMa nd the RlM. a hearty Nke hone." MmM 1SC Otoesht, vested sffl with KxcavatiMg and GraaitoM Week SAULUM' UtfwMM. LONG BIMMLNC 3330 WHSTJHtN PARKWAY h; re-cel- vo Conferences of Louisville will unite in celebrating the feast of their patron, St. Vincent do Paul. It is Tomorrow the many VIncentlan Louisville, Ky., July IE, 1921. Mr. Attllla Cox. Building:, Louisville, Ky. Dear Sir: your declination of iny recent invitation to you to a Joint discussion before the people of "tho lames Involved in our race," received. You will note that tho Invitation was to discuss tho "Issues involved" and not solely fho question of tho paramount issue, I. e.. tho convention method of selecting nominees as opposed to the Primary Election method compnliorlly prescribed by the law of this State. Among these other issues are (1) our respective fitness for this ofllco by reason of experience both In tho past performanco of Judicial duties and in the ireneral nractlce of tho law. Both undoubted indicia of our respective fitness for the office sought by us. In permitting tho entire electorate to see, such fltnesa hear and thus deterinino DrODerly Ane in not npcpssarllv or volve mero praise" of yourself or disyou suggest; but paragement of me as will emphatically determine what you tato is tho "sole Issue between us, 1. p., which of us should be nominated." do not, in Buch discussion, fear or deprecate any "disparagement" which you, in presenting your claims to tho entire electorate, may or will feel Justified in making. In fact, this will be Vour duty to tho people and I Blncero-l- y Invito you to do so to tho limit of truth. manner.l circum(2) The secret stances, and tho personnel of those thrusting you at so lato date into this race, as well as tho Illegal and unnecessary character of this Democratic convention, are each important and determinate factors with the entire electorate in ascertaining "which of Us should bo nominated." nonconcurrence with Vour emphatic of the me in my criticism Democratic Convention will surprise no one. In fact, you could not do otherwise, since you aro solely offspring, and without Its political which and its "Boss," its railroad and "special interests" attorneys you would not be In this race. ,As to our Joint participation in the proceeding of this convention I acquit you of intention, through an unaccountable ignorance of tho facts of any nurposo to create an erroneous Idea in tho minds of the electorate as to myself. These are tho facts: (A) Somo time prior to tho meeting of this convention I filed in tho County Clerk's ofllce, ubject to the primary election to be field ns required by the law, mv official declaration, as required and by the State law, in which I declared (1) I was a registered Democratic voter: (2) I believed in tho principles of the Democratic party and would support same; (3) I had supported Its nominees in the past election and would do so in the coming election: (4) and would not violate the election laws of this State. Thin declaration wan a sworn, actual and constructive notice .o yon, the convention. Its manipulators and the entire Democratic electorate of my intentions toward and attltudn as to the purposes of this Illegal bodv. (B) As soon as I could, after learning of tho proposed holding of this convention and Its Illegal plans, I went to Mr. P. H. Callahan, a member of the Democratic City and County Committee, and protested against any action by it whero there were contests. Ho moved in said committee to refer nil contests to the primary on August 6, 1921. supported by Messrs. Curtis and Cassell of said committee, and Henry Tllford, State Central Committeeman for this Congressional District, and Fred Forchtf Stnto Executive Committeeman for this Congressional District. The motion was there voted down. Mr. Callahan thereupon notified said committee, including its chairman, Mr. Doolan, that the motion to transfer contests to the primary would bo mode In tho convention. Ho did so with my knowledge and approval, and the motion was lost. Prior to its making Mr. John C. Doolan, chairman, ptr., moved that all motions and resolutions bo referred to the Resolutions Committee without discussion or debate. Doolan made this motion know. lug its purpose was to prevent dls. cnnlon of Callahan's motion to refer. (C) I did not seek, but protested sgolnst my being named as a delegate, you were desirous of being one. I left tho convention when it decided to pass on contests, und after hearing tho first announcement of the vote between us by tho secretary which showed more votes cast than there were accredited delegates. I am informed tho chairman never announced In a single contest the result as tabulntcd by the convention's secretary. In conclusion, you have, since this convention filed, or caused or permitted to be filed two official declarations as to your candidacy in one you follow the ono fllod by me, and In the other you fall to declare you are a Democrat, believe in the Democratic DrlnclDles and will minnort and have supported Us nominees, etc. The law Is permissive as .to the filing of either; but does riot require both to be filed. Will you expaln why you, a Democratic candidate solely. In ono breath declare your party affiliation, and in the next, practically by failure to declare, deny your Democratic affiliation, etc.? This is another matter the entire Democratic electorate would like to hear exDlalned, and we might have discussed, had you acceptd my Invitation to a Joint dlscuslon. You ore beforo tho entire Democratic electorate solely by my persistence, regardless of threats of your friends. In remaining in the race, and my Insistence upon a compliance with the law which compulsorily requires n primary election. Bespoctfnlly. AIlTinm M. WALLACE. Advertisement. ORPHANS' FESTIVAL. Inter-Southern "(so-called- )" per-mlt- ed Station BOB HAWES FOR SAINT VINCENT'S ACADEMY A Boarding School for Young Ladies and Girls, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. Courses: Primary, Special attention given to Music, Art and Academic. filiated with tho Catholic University, Washington, D. Fire and City 3728 Automobile Main 1429 Insurance Prompt and Efficient Service 309- - STARKS tho Kentucky Stato University. Terms moderate. For Catalog, etc., Apply to conducted by tho Intormediato and Dressmaking. Af C. Accredited to SISTER SUPERIOR, SAINT VINCENT, KY. BUILDING JHOIX" ROSARY s AO-AJDBM- Y FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. FOURTH AND PARK AVENUE Gymnasium OlaHses, French Course throughout, Science, Sowing. Home Nursing taught. How Playground Apparatus Installed. CONDUCTED BY THE DOMINICAN SISTERS. Primary, Preparatory, Commercial Courses. IMustc and Art. Domestic Corner Fourth and Jefferson CALL us ron Boarding and Day School For Girls. A select boarding and day school for girls comprising academic, preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art, music, elocution nnd language. Affiliated with tho Catholic University, Wosldngton, D. C. Accredited to tho Kentucky Stnto University. FoP information apply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY 811C CID3ROKEE DRDTE. Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSBS Kentucky Consumers OH Company -Kentucky Louisville --- R. A. Fihe's Pharmacy Mt. DRUGS Prescriptions Our Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 1881 and 1882 FOURTH AND DOLL STREETS B. Ml. St. Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy Thirty-fift- h PHONES: Itudd Avenue, Louiavllle, Ky. A Boarding" and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto. Preparatory, Commercial and Academic Courses. Music Instrumental and Vocal. For catalogue, terms, etc., address Mother Scholastica. n,nd JCrapp Home Phone, City O&M. S. JCrapp 700S KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BEEtf, iPOKX, VBAS ASS All Xlnds of Smoked Meat! 20S EAST JEFFERSON STREET CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE ONLY) hand, Typewriting nnd kindred subjects. Tho patrons nnd friends of tlds paper will do well to look Into tho merits of this school. Ask a number of business men who have employed our graduates they know. For superior merits of system, quality oS Instruction nnd economy of cost you can not equal it. Sco us nnd wo can tell you why. SECuND AND BRECKINRIDGE Wo do not closo during tho summer months. Ono may enroll any time, as wo givo both individual and class Instruction. Penmanship, ShortBoth Day nnd Night classes in Book-keeping, SUMMERSCHOOL Thecreaqer business school WRITE FOR OUR PLAN NATIONAL CASKET CO. Eleventh City 4597 LOUISVILLE, KY. Incorporated and Magazine Streets W South 847-Job Work Promptly Attended To Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. Fourth Floor 423 South Fourth Street Tho Gooso on Wrapper Is Assuranco That LEO H. WEBER Plans MODERN HOMES Cheerfully and Estimates Furnished Designer and Builder of ISIS SOUTH PRESTON STREET Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes Are the Original. Manufactured By P. P. Valinoti Electric Co. "Wo Use tho Golden Rulo" 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESDDENCB WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS MAX3TO 1201 Story Avenue. W INCOWOSU.THD SOAP OOMPAHSrs: jjouisviue, ivy. STEHLIN'S BAKERY PRESTON AND BURNETT Hoth Phones ASK YOUR GROOER GeBOTT'S JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE IJoth Phones ORIGINAL Home Phone, City S398 KREAM LOUISVBuLE FRYDKAKES CREAM FRD3D CAKE CO., Incorporated PRAISES CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. Paying a tribute to Catholic eduDr. cation, the Rev. Frederick Sponco. pastor of tho First Methodist Episcopal Church at Jackson, Mich., declared that "Protestant children receive only twenty-fiv- e hours of religious training a year, whore Ca'thollc school children have 225 to 260 hours in a year." "No man daro say religious education is efficient In Protestant churches," said Dr. Sponce. "Wo should not fight the parochial school, but we should strive to have religious instruction given to all our children in the public schools." MODERN DANGER. In this country we Catholics aro contented with the fact that we aro living among a population who, if anti-Christia- n, anti-rellglo- WEST END SCREEN W.ORKS JOHN WEISS, BUILDER AND MA2TAGER Alterations, Repairing, Jobbing and Store Phono City 1840. 1 Fixtures 17 N. Fourth St. Hot Ghile and All Kinds of Sandwiches Phone City 7555 JOHN TAJPHORN H. TULLY '. 1053 Goss Avenue FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS mi record-broaki- ng JR. ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH or they are not can only in a qualified THE BEST IN THE CITY senso of tho term be called a ChrisDROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY tian people. We know the impor- CITY 3328 tance all rightly attach to tho moral atmosphere they habitually have to GO. breatho. Yet, Catholics havo to bo Homo Phono City 3820 D In" daily and hourly Intercourse with Most Attractive Restaurant Near MANUFACTURERS those who are ignorant ot tho Union Station.) Christian, revelation, whoso outlook FINE CANDIES upon life can not claim to be Christian. Hence tho danger to their Geo. Waldlein Candy PulHngsand Wheels a Specialty faith, unless they live by faith, and 1930 West Market Street lot tho principles ot their religion Delicious Pastries a Specialty. permeate their lives. Phone Shawneo SOFT DRINK STAND I GOOiHE GANDY Restaurant COMMUNITY GUARDIANS. 917 West Broadway, Louisville 2347 Garden Soft Drink Stand inAiiie-iirtttad- L eommuuKy. There Is not a mSan in this city, however indifferent to tho claims of Christianity, who ,would want to raise his family here if there were so efeurohefl or churob influence, for he at once recognises them as the guardians ot the morals of the l ARCOLA HOT WATER HEATING RALPH PLUMBER a SHAW , TIME MAY TELL. THE BLATZ QUALITY GAS riTTINO .. SEWBRAGB 63fc SOUTH JACKSON STREET Phonea City 5826; Main 1264 UPHOLSTERING, , nr. PAINTS AND VARNISHES The ktnd old senUeman met hie CARL STOLL, PRB6BRVE AND BEAOTTFY lHtle friend WHMe one hot day. "Hello, WllMe," eald he. "How to Beet Service Window Shades, Curtain Haagers, Moderate Prices your deer old grasdpa. standing the Cleaning Oil Shades. SOUTH SHBLBY ST. 5 beat?" 0ce and Works ' m William. "Aln'( bard KY. 18 K. St. Catherine. Fheae 9001 .LOUI8VILLS, "He's ety heea dead a week." ' ?" 319-32- , I KZEXPtfOMJOBTSr IRISH 'Quick vyqrI , IVXEIO--.- . fringing s ( UP BiU J-''ifl- - A: f Tsf. . '-,-r- P OH YA'WILL IIP V v S7 WX P LT i2 V vtaiE-YoN u YOUR. 1J J - TO SPEND V YOU ASMAMEP J. ( STpend QjmoavB NCHMN Xmi w P ? AUAAAAAAAAAA itv Tsui Kw yVArAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA-AAAAA- J.. INJ y'sJ.V ZyzfZG$ MAIN BUILD FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. JXTOW YYY COME AND SPEND THE DAY AT THE J20WAME7NUT. touirviukK ItEPAJRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY J. E. DAWKINS CO. Payments. Home Sites For Sale On Easy bungalow; ten minutes' walk Offer now five acres, four-roofrom city car; $500 cash, balance like rent. Address 209 S. Brook. ORPHAN PICNIC TUESDAY, JULY 26, On the Beautiful Grounds Surrounding the House of West End Sheet Metal Works Hoof Painting and Chiuinoy Pointing a Specialty. ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHANAGE TINNERS -- . Phono Slmwnco y j' Spouting and Guttering. L 1420-'' 3011) J. E. - WELSH, MANAGER. Incorporated West Market Street ii Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying' Investment OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that nowi if ever, is the time to build ust what you have wanted and move into it. Every house you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city's to your prosperity Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. prosperity-ad- FRANKFORT AVENUE, CRESCENT HILL Take East Walnut and Crescent Hill Cars NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. EXCELLENT DINNER AND SUPPER SERVED BY THE LADIES. AU kinds of amusement and delightful music all day. Gates open from 9 a. m until 11 p. m. Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 64-5- 0 ds BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING J. B. Ohligschlager, President LOUISVILLE, KY. A. J. Ohllgschlagcr, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 ""xxxxrXAkkkkkkkkkAAkkkkkkkkk Hemstitching ASSORTED NUTS --i jux AAA AkkkkkkkkkAkkkkAkkkkk MASOTST 735 E. BROADWAY. HOME PHONE CITY 2528 GOSS LOUISVILLE, KY. Ygi ' DBAS.- 8TfcAe-W0U?M- - - iUKA ) H j-- jn . WHAT -- Buttons Russell 307-- 8 Pleating ASSORTED .NUTS' I'm, au. wtrtt HoNey ' -' Beading Braiding Beaked Bags Repaired PBtrry sure EVER &IKC6 VOU iWPARnTHEIA B0TTIE8 V OoTrHflTftTUFF I Service Shoppe NOWi.iaiCN.j- - ni"1 Hint nu M lit II vv- I K JACKSON DEMOCRATIC CLUB are noti- Boston Building Xolllo Russell, Manager. Ii I Tr ' r (fi'X r' jf EnHtXlnfli jwkj OUT TOIWm QHI JU VI" t IMPORTANT MEETING Members of the Jackson Democratic Club fied that an important meeting will be held Wednesday night, July 27. Every member is earnestly urged DAN GILL, Secretary. to be present. LT SP L f i HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY BAKED DAILY Homo Phono City 1843 O AV (Xty KORTZ'S BAKBR5T ' arltir. Olatsoada and oUie oaal Prof trty at Xiowm mta la a TXtF&X'g 7XOVZDB-- T LOAN ASMCX-T- X-' 607 WEST BROADWAY i POCKET BILLARD TABLES Authorized dealers for Tho Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on tho Club Flan easy payments. Brunswlck-Balke-Collend- er 517 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Expert Ladies' Tailor and Furrier. Clothes Remodeled PHONE OITY 4485, S. EJISENBEJRG tWS SOOB JHo Cuos Boys THAT TCC'-C Incorporated 90S COLEMAN BUILDIKO 8. B. COR. THIKD AND JKFFEItSOfri Samplo lino ot tables on HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated THECDCKOOWHOISALWAVS AFRAID SOMEONE IS AT HIS PRWATE SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUIS VILLB,. KT. SCHULMAN'S GROCERY Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE BOTH THONES HE CACLS HIS WIFC UP TotSlOe B664 AT ye's HOMC-S-S- r THG IJCFOIlC frS A excuse for Hs peLA- V- All ICinds of Footwear For tho WI10I0 Family Tuo HAMBLY'S Stores Shaw. 1710 20th and Portland City 7104 18th and Magazlno STOCK... 29 BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME THROUGH OUR WE DELIVER LKOELLNER PLUMBER 628 S. SECOND STREET Both PhonoR 2344 LOUISVILLE CEREAL MILL CO. l I NOW IS THE TIME! i 1 FURNACES and Cleaned T - T Overhauled $1.00 E. G. HEART1CK Incorporated Manufacturers ot the Celebrated Brand "NONESUCH" Meal, Grits, Honilny, Corn Floar, Dairy, Dog and Poultry Feeds FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS City 30G9;South 1265 I X X CitySlSl 915 E. Enst2173 Broadway. t DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting ot proper glasses. " Practice BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND SPALDING SHOE CO. Out ot the High Bent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock Herm Ferfccto Scliroor's Smokers WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. ,TO 6, P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT EHjaeva Cigar (UNION MADE) Homo Phone, City 6041 Ernest Oatey Drug Co. Incorporated ACCURACY Manufacturers ot FINE CIGARS STREET Bardfltown Road and Longest Ave. 641 EAST JEFFERSON Highland 1169 East 9168 Oity 6910 Res-- . SCHROER BROS. Shawnee SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND 1863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRIDB PARTIES" . 1128 WEST MAIN 8TRU8T HATTER AND DRY ,CLEANER, CHAS. P. GALAS, Ladles' Hate, A Specialty. 218 S. Third City 1308. Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits Pressed and'Dry 'Cleaned. Kaet S72 H. A. DOLL CONCRETE Highland 72 WORK FLY SCRE1NI METAL WEATHER STRIPS SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. RAINBOW MEMORIAL. Loans te those having regular or salary, with no pnbllelty Veterans ot the Rainbow Division, tr red tape. Loans to housekeepers A. E. F 'meeting in convention last their personal security. week at Cleveland, unveiled a monuF. R. POOLEY, ment to the lato Ror. James M. Building, Uem 1, Courler-JoarnHanloy, in Calvary Cemetery, Street. 410 S. Fo-r- tlt Hanley was a chaplain la the lGBth infantry, formerly known aa LOAK 09 h tho Old Now York Na- OLOBH SECURITY tional Guard regiment, and was decorated with a Distinguished Service A. Lasar, Maaager Cross lor bravery while in notion Money Advaaced oa Year Plata VeU with his regiment. 819 West Jefferson Street Tho funds for the monument were (Seosad Flar) collected by the men of the Old with whom Father Han- Home Pasne City 287. ley 6orved aa chaplain overseas. Rev. Francis P. Duffy, senior chapTHE VERY BEST lain of tho Rainbow Division pre sided at tho uavelllnig ceremonies. The three Cleevland councils of tho Knights ot Columbus with tho Veterans' organization in arranging for the unveiling ceremonies, and furnished automobiles to transport the delegation of Slxty- SOFT DRINKS oomotery. nlmth veterans to tho Father Duffy was accompanied to two hundred Cleveland by about men, all ot whom served in Father Hanloy's regiment. Hanley was sent to Akron, where he became the first pastor of St. Paul church, in Funeral Directors Firestone Park. He died after a short illness in.May, 1920. The Rainbow Division Veterans' Association faifed to indorse an immediate cash bonus for former sol- Telephone 022 diens at the closing session of their annual convention. They passed a OOO resolution, however, recommending early collection of the accrued interest on the allied war debt to the JOHN B. RATTERMAN United States and the use of the money to pay tho adjusted compenTho resolusation for FUNERAL DIRECTOR tion pointed out that the allied debt) to to the "United States amounts $10,000,000,000 and that ono and ?114 WEST MARKET STREET a half billion dollars are now due as Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland accrued interest 1 Ool. George . R. Leach, former Wfst 179. commandleg officer of tho 151at Field Artillery, how Myor of Minneapolis, was elected Presides! for MORE LUMBER. the ensuing year. is used in the construction of your home than any other ma'. MAKES ANTS LEAVE. terial. We furnish the best lumber at reasonable prices, Tine bet remdy for ii4b te (ca' SEX ' yenne pepper, Spreed it on tho pantry helv "and tfrey will leaive. OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE EXCEED LIMITS. Fa-thor EASY PAYMENT PLAN al Don't put off papering your home becauso ot the lack of ready cash. We A regular meeting of tho Board will paper your home for you on credit on payments to suit your Inof Trustees of the Catholic Orphan come. We have a largor display ot GUARANTEED WALL PAPERS thaa more paper than any other store Society will be held at 3 o'clock any other storo in Louisville. We sellPOSSIBLE quoto PRICES. Wall Paper, Sunday afternoon at St. Thomas and are able to ROLL tho LOWEST AND UP. Orphanage, Carter avenue and New-bur- g ONE CENT PER road. Any one Interested in the welfare o tho orphans will "bo , & " welcome. a ORPILVN SOCIETY MEETING. E. KORB SON Sixty-nint- GOING TO FRANCE. 802-- 8 EAST MARKET STREET, ABOVE SHELBY Sixty-nint- h, EPPING'S and Embalmers. Tho Right Rev. Edmund Obrecht, Abbot of Gethsemane, will go to Fiance in September to attend the chapter of the Cistercian order. Abbot Obrecht has crossed tho oceans about 150 times. When he returns he will be accompanied by Marshal Foch, who will be tho guest ot the Kinghts of Columbus and American Legion. IRISH BULLETIN. The Irish, Diplomatic Mission has made arrangements for tho reprinting here of itho weekly Irish Bulletin of the Dall Elroann. This publication vill contain much of interest to friends ot Ireland, and copies will bo mailed for flvo cents per week through the Benjamin Franklin Bureau, 163 Washington street, Chicago, 111. j Taft forFntoiRnt TkU j Ksa Phone, mmm SHOCK ABSORBERS Svrvliv Station Jd and Liberty I'Uoucs Mttln 8473 Oity 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 8580-- A Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers in of Fori Comwuf eld Cars. WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1126-113- KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City 2712 FALLS CITY HALL BLDa 6 WEST MARKET ST. OSTRADER & HARRIS. PHARMACY LOUISVILLE, Both Phones 2406 No. 2 KY. -- H.B0SSES0N B. BROADWAV REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Routllager EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. FIRE INSURANCE AND PLATE GLASS 1J3 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, T.T4WTT.T- -V Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING BUSINESS CEASED. Tin Roofs Repaired and Palated Funeral services for Thomas F. Asphalt Shingles a Spoecialty Enrlght, ono of tho first three 9011 WEST BROADWAY American soldiers killed In Franco in tho World War, wore held in Pittsburgh on Saturday at St. Paul's hfmrin m Akwati'HiftS SriHtMeift TrwM PROGRESSIVE WORK All military organlza-toin- s Cathedral. tff? Uriah Z. Litsiy FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE in tho city took part. At 10 o'clock, when tho servicos began, We Heartily Recommend the business activities throughout tho S07 B. short time. r&&fc..Vfe-- w district ceased for CORNS.BUNIONS Ckirs4it MODEST INDEED. iwwi 'isrs'7aiStarks mtSr'mBf KOERNER Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE Beth Phorea 1 US' bold, but not audacious; handsome C. E. Dsvis & CO. L. P. Blackbm-as Apollo, yet industrious as Vul- C. A. Solomon, but meek aa can; wis s BLACKBURN & GENERAL CONTRACTORS man all women would Moses only th one court, yet devoted to PLUMBING AND HEATING OFFICE AND YARD: woman.. 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE. He How lucky wo met! FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS HomelPhone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE, KY. TIIIS IS GOOD. LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY, Sher The man I marry must be DAVIS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER M1-I- II BAXTER AVEHTJB BKfcsr Pfcofls ADAMS . .v Y BALLWEY 87? BAXTER AVENUE - - - - KENTUCKY LQWI8VILL argtid Mr Owbb, "Wbtrt you 4HchMC JwiH?" droftnd1.0Mi. "rttav Mt't tto much money." "A dwftnf 1iwjm! tliould hk wife eH the tfiany b frfv WILL B. MILLER COMPANY Rub tho Xuraiture with a cloth dampened with fcerosnv H takes up the dust and potlsfces lbs wood. USEFUL POLISH. Good SBS-thi-rd fur-ta- GOING FISHING? , IF SO CALL . MATTHEW HAMMON 10S1 EAST MARKET Demling's Pharmacy, DRUGGISTS ' PHONES: ma nmrnr omr J7n T.WBLFTII AND OLDHAM RESroBNOE, twto-tbtrc- Wt tmqtesfcgs 'aw ws .polish i roads of ts FOR - 641. ALL HOURS MINNOWS t DAY OR NIGHT - YOUR PATRONAGE WILL,WI APPRHCIATBD v THIRD Jk SOUTHERN FARX- WPhoM Parkway 111 ' i yj&z, K J. KBHTWOT35V frMr MnHrAAAAAAAAAAAAA,AAAAAAA.AAAAAA 0X:JBt AJekWBJJWCXO-flLiSt; t9949vQvv04660$9$694l 4 2 v - PHONE 2635 e suits Men's suits Men's three-piec... 1,75 Men's light weight overcoats... W Men's medium weight overcoats .,.... ...,.' 2.25 ;.'....:, $2.00 .to Wool and silk dresses ;.. . . 2.50 to d.00 Evening and fancy dresses 75 t0 J Cotton dresses.... .. Waists ,75 Plain skirts two-piec$-0 Everybody Welcome August FONTAINE FERRY PARK 4 Hermanstraus co&aAro fourth Wo Avenue SONS MARKET STRKT i r c c For Best Service and Quality of Work in the City e f-'g GIre and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps.i .- KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PICNIC YOU WILL BE SORRY IF YOU MISS IT. BOYS' SUITS! s c c Pleated skirts..,...........-................:- : l-- t c White Material 25c Extra . Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks viVKn.S fcLouup "OUR NEWHOME" AAA A A TICKETS RECENT DEATH 9. 15 CENTS $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- -' tise our Boys' Department. These i Suits are made of good woolen mate- terials, splendidly tailored and fin-V aW ! PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY i HARRY B. DRIVER PROPRIETORS V SON! AAAA A A AAA AAA AAA A STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN AND GROVE 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAu Coffee Prices Lower "Vo of fcr This means only another decrease over the old price for' this Coffee. This is thebest Coffee fof the pne; on the market. Give us a trial. I Funeral ecrvIcJ tor Miss Bridget forty-tw- o fllars old, who died Sunday afternoon at hex home, 2413 ero held West Chestnut street, "Wednesday morning at St. Charles Borromeo. clhurch, Iter. Father Raffo celebrating the requiem moos. Miss Hoey Is survived toy ,oa& brother, James Hoey, and two sisters, Miss Molly Hoey and Mrs. Ellen Reiley. Hoey, BASEBALL Today, Tomorrow, Monday i LOUISVILLE vs. j j I KANSAS CITY Double Header Tomorrow now J excellent Coffee, QKj OUt three pounds for, Moonlight Trips. For excursion season of 1921 has a few more dates still open. Better securevdates now before all are taken. Apply at Wharfboat, Third and River. Phones Main or City 141. C. C. FULLER, 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Estahllshcd 1888 Both Phones 1323 JOHN M. MULLOY John V. Davis, .for many years employed as a night' watchman, was stricloon with, heart disease Saturday morning at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. W, Stewart, 1822 Greenwood avenue, and died before a physician could bo summoned. The funeral services We.ro Jield Monday morning at Sacred Heart church, Rev. Patrick Walsh celebrating tho requiem mass. . l Gimt ciltad at 3:30 o'clock. ei sale at Buschtmejefs. Reserved seats I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. NAZARETH COLLEGE. Is open to all High School Grad- ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT BATHS WATERS APARTMENTS Furnished For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms Thone City 4240 -- 010 West Chestnut Vyy. Superintendent FOR Real' Ice Cream and Sherbet OAIX. Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner old, beloved, wife "Of Hoary Miller, 2719 Garland avenue, succumbed to leaving Monday evenin'a Illnosa many who mourn, her death. Besides her husband- she is survived Mrs, W. J. by four daughters, Schrieber, Mrs. Sam Collins, Miss Ireno Miller and Mids Mary Miller. Her funoral 'took place with requiem mass Wednesday morning at St. Charles Borromeo church, of Vhich she "was h. highly cslemed momber. - Mrs. Mary Miller, slxty-l- x ycatfl f THE NAME KENTUCKY $10 eji8ta & INDIANA ! PRODUCTS COMPANY MEAN PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY Tho customer will know that you watch his Intorcsts If you sell K. & I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated . KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. Jays J0 To Help You SWISS CLEANING Childers Elect. Co. '$ - OF - With Your Cleaning Phono TJs Now. Iacerperated 135-Maln country will gather for mutual struction and encouargement. RELUi COUJJTKY WOXIO. . BOTH PHONES 4262 Tho National Conference of Catholic Charities and the Socloty of St, uates desiring to pursure a course Vincent do Paul will meet In con- of higher education. Courses leadvention, at Milwaukee, September ing to bacholor of arts and bache1S-2- 2 of this year.- - These two as- lor of sclonco degrees are planned For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. sociations, the one national, tho according to tho best standards of other international, are the repre- our American Educational System. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing isc.ooo people with a t total sentative social charity agents of SISTER DULA, Dean deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the . the church in the United States. ? .! till. t wig ka(i buuacivauvp vaNljk r9 T .uuiiiuo ui 4ln Diuci .nHau..!.'... tnxiysixyear-ui- a .! . DauK. 851 South Fourth Street l"-j-" Dolegalea from all parts of tho Louisville, Ky. CHARITIES CONFERENCE. JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK UNDER THE BIG CLOCK in- It lia your toys mi prpar dnctl(m thm for llf tiat MARKET AT SECOND will MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. XMCOSPORATSD 333-33- 5 City WEST MAIN ST. On Saturday, July 30, St. Vincent do Paul's church at New Hope, Nei-Bo- n pouuity, of which the Rev. A. L. O'Shela is pastor, will have a real country plcnJq and rounion. Father O'Shea has many friends in Louis-vlll- o who will b glad .to knowwhea St. Xavler's "W. College .Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. ASSORTED NUTS IFICOUIDHAVE I SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Office 017 Soath Fourth. this always enjoyablo affair takes place, and many will doub'tluBS make dt tho occasion for a pleasant day In tho couutry. EXJOl' lfOUSE PARTV. Broadway. ljoalarUle, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Claadcal, Scltntlfio and Bualnesi Couraen, Preparatory Department, Large Bwimmlnsr Pool, Well Equipped Gym' Eiaalum. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, .pir. ASSORTED NUT'C o YOUDUNTWrtNr oraV oorrecV rt'SflOOODfHirVO CA06HTfHIS'BlfD Plant 009 South Sixth. flrtvJmoneeviPEs1 I'D HAVE 0eRYBODYj SHnvefla irtirviEonME'P my irJfoWW 6RE6WJ DON'T FORGET THAT wnnenvri of QRAYV0N AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. iKooareKATao, - JV " aiissoa Marie McGee, Bertha, Louise and Margaret Fougerousso and Messrs. John and Henry Piles-tand.. Joseph IcGoe, of this city, wore last week members of a happy house party entertained at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Rowling, New Haven. SEWING NEtTONC I E h Where the Quich Meal Comes In Where the home It brightest ; Where the work llgktest; Where the meal la cooked best; Where the range stands the test the That's where "Quick Ileal" eotaes Where work U .aone Where eookteg neaw real faaj Where baktag give d light; Where drsdge U em m sight MM where That's Quick Meal" pptCHEKMrl'f- 00 1UU" er SOCIETi' SOCIAL. Monday night .the Sawing Society of St. Cecilia's congregation will give a social entertainment on the Tho ladies havo Bdhool grounds. IS THE HOME OF PURE ii MILK Yhe gas-mete- BBBBK' r made extensive preparations for an enjoyable evening and hope to meet all their friends at this social. AcvSJsIr GpBER Quick Meal GaBlRaaiee Sold, IaataJIed nad Uigl Iy neoeramaaded & SON, W. MARKET ST. 215 f I fimmWHi" llltllltltTtrf'f & A trip that Is delightful in anticilrrTTWlSE6UYWHO0LVJAYS pation, and will . doubtless prove bo in reality, "will bo tho personally WAS SO POSITIVE PROHIBITION Pf)iLYsiNCE You Rocked conducted excursion to Mammoth WOULONEVER60lrlRbU6M. 293 Cave, gotten up by Trinity Council, AL. S. SMITH, PROP. STEAM DOMEST.C -Y, Mt I. This trip takes place on August 21 and ibo price includes TWIN CITY LEAGUE. railroad fare, cave fee, dinner and Kontucky Eastern and We are miners and distributors of the best requireirients Western best satisCOLONELS HOME TODAY. suDner. leaving Louisville at 8 a. m with the Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your p. m. Eddlo Bowmans' Doll si o and lowest prices. Consumers will benefifby the purchas of their coal staged a surprise In, tho Twin Club and returning at 10:25 faction The Louisvlllo baseball team City NOW. Let us have your order TOD AY. closed dts "Western road trip ThursBOTH PHONES 810. Delisl triHODY ARRIVES HERE. operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Specjal League Sunday when Wo day at Kansas City and will be homo umphed over tho Knights of Columreduced prices on car load shipments. - today to open a sories of four eames bus In a 7 to 2 contest. Manager ffhe body of Poter Dienes, thirtySOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, Murphy, of the Knights, furnished one years old, wlho died In Franco, with the eamo club here. Local fans HARVEY-JELLIC- O a little surprise, himself by insorting November 14, 1918, .reached Louis- are especially proud of tho showing ) ' (INCORPOIU.TBD) Merlin Hogan. as a twlrler, tho lat- ville "Wednesday night. It was taken on .tho road when it is taken Into ter striking out three men and to tho homo of his father. Antono consldoration that Acosta, Ballcngor, Yard and Elevator, Fopo and Payne Streets.: Magnolia. , keeping the Delislo down to a few Dienes, 2712 "West Jefferson, street, Ellis, Tincup and Wright wera all Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. hits. Mackln Council furnished a Tr.hnrA riinnral sonrioes will bo lield on tho disabled list. The club went Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starka thrilling rally In tho ninth, making at 8:30 o'clock this morninp and at away Jn first placo and camo back fqur scores to win by 'a fecoro of 9 o'clock at St. Antnonys cnurcn; In that proud position although! all ! C to 4 against the Knights of their games wero wtih clubs In of St. Burfal will be In St. Mfchael's Interest John. jLoo Connolly, ono of Mack-ln- 'a Besides his father, Priyato tho first division. Much vetorans, donned the spangled BJenos Is survived by flvo sisters. was displayed in, their away from homo games by tho fans and it Is and performed in right field. The 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, believed that .they will now turn schedule tomorrow: Dellslo vs. TrinBERTRAND CTiUR EXCURSION. Make your home hospitable and attracout 5n largo numbers at Eclipse ity, K. of C, vs, K. of SL John tive this winter by the the addition of and Mackln vs. Xavloh. The Bertrand Club will givo a Park to show their appreciation. moonlight' excursion on tho Stoamor attractive and correct lighting. STRIKING CONTRAST. ENCOURAGED. America and as tho young men. coml prising this club &ave a largo folJ30T3EI PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE In Btrlklng contrast to tho peace Residents living In the. fieijfhhor- -' lowing too success, of tho affair is Home GIty SODS hood of Twtonty-flft- h and Osage assured. The boat will leave tho which has settled over Southern IreClimb. Main 209S-streets are much encouraged over foot of Fourth" street at 8:30 sharp land etnee tho truce wont into effect &t g e! riots In Belfast. tho results ot tholir efforts to raise and on excellent programme ot wero the funds ?rlth wibieh to erect a new dance music has been arrangea ior Tho "riots" were simply attacks on church oh, the spacious lot they have itin nvnnJntr. Next Tuesday is tho tho Catholic population by fanatical xxooaroKAno Orangemen who wore celebrating aflraady procured. They, expect to day. City 528 "WEST JEFFERSON CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871-- y their annual feast of fanaticism and break ground and start building In Mala 1890 nOMSPUONESS trying to prevent the armleticer from CONDITION nrPROVED. the nar future. "White the nam of Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants . havin any effect. The result Is lias not yet hem. anthe nounced it it known, that Right Rev. Mrs. E. J. Hackett, who for five thirty persons killed and more than Bishop O'Doaaghue has about de- weeks nas been 111 in a hoeplal in one hundred wounded. cided" upoa w!hom it wdl-- be. South Bend, where flio had gone to p. www. . m rm..m wet. j JL imm, mtUMtad MMtfir. CHANGE OF BISHOP. vhtt relatives, ha returned to her Her' condihome in New Albany. ORGANEBINO COKPKRENGE. Right Rev. Joseph) Schrembs, tion ' ! greatly improved. of Toledo and The Executive Committee ot the TAKK PA98BD. t, Blebop-eieof Cleveland, mi taKe CENTURY American Awocietkm Tat the Reccharge of h3 new see about Sepognition of the Irtu RepttbMo bs Calvert Seweri Dennl 'Bfacken,, 103 years old, tember 1 or 2.. Bishop Seliremba ie .9 received .a totter aoBOunottig that T AS JkJ Wm far m .- -Caaltl. V.tn League the oWeet man" tai Ceoti-a- l Ind4aa. to preetde at the eonventipa of the Irieh. T Wall Cealarf, Brala Tilt, Vitrlf si Brick, j tbeGreat Britain, aotlofc on the died at. NobleirrjWe on Friday of Prlesta Euchrltir League, in San of . Ity Uaia 3III-of' the ilrieh Republican A Jaet week. Mr. BracKen waa wrej Franeiseoi August 10 and 11, and j Flae Llala. Fire Irk Mr eooiatloit of South Africa, haif. taken In IrelaAd Ja 1818, md carae. to this will, adjust. k affair in Toledo Grate HUtr Tile, me tuy, tamaey ea i the first artepa for the orgaasaifur oi eounlry i as" sooii as poeeible after bte return t from thePaoltc ooaat. 01 a coniotwice of .repreMmauvee; OPPICE S36 SOUTH, THIRTBBjmrSTRRET BRiail SOiVMt. the IrJah race throughout the world. stop's moths. Secretary, rHONi ClTY7a.178,lC0M. MAIN B07, It ynm ioiBted'that f. Uma trntrjitM -' . Sttnr would urauatiwr hx rans Jfiartli W.MaMU. BrfcUrMie Moahc wtMB6t mm near alothea ewuT mtlk wtU oeme out ht he, ormatloo would be land further ,. 1 spriittad with, fetrestttt Iwmiu biflt vad afeatta. "- - j date. J 4. '1fAfGfASWflNV)H0"RGflDS,, ALMOST MJVJIMOTII GAVE EXCURSION. "ASK YOUR GROCERS. 3 O A. JL"' ur. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director Funeraf and Embalmeri o)eeaeeBel COAL COMPANY f j Brighten Up Electrically! cem-ter- y. DOUGHERTY & McEUMTi ! Funeral Directors and Embalmers I PHONES. R ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY 87 tVtVVaaaaavVVVVWWVVVVViaa tmtMMaetttefaf i P. BANNON PIPE CO. a4 '! ptor J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL .DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Btehop-admhaiatirftt- ct ?!, tlua JSdClxx street. I SSd VVtVta4tVWWWWVtVWlVtVjl 7, Eit eug-geetk- Praei, m 11' JPt-TMr- -tW r""T" Mi, ll, .h " alte!4o "- rTaiiral Director and Embalmer ,.1, T1T-T- : "t r. : PW..M. V. iALia