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ARTHUR & PHBHfc HOME OB HAW Brtry Drhrer an Brant lotieY)iTMfcifcTrHfKl Incorporate 1800 VOLUME XLVII. ft LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1921. all-Irela- PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ireland, each managing Its own affairs, but subjoct to an Parliament in Dublin, in which the members of the lower house wpuld be elected on a basis of popular rcptesejitation, and in the upper house there would bo equal numbers from tho two provinces. This Writer in the Century Deplores DisIs said to be the safeguard for integration of Society and Ulster so m'uch emphasized by Lloyd George. Culture. News received in official circles In London from Dublin indicates that confidence there dn an early settlement Is increasing. Michael But Discerns Neltlicr tho Real Causo Collins, Commander-in-chiof the Nor tho Right Way Republican forces, is said to be In favor of acceptance and is doing Out. all In his power to restrain the moro ardent spirits, of tho Republican army. The truce Is being scrupulously ohserved everywhere. Seems Young Peoplo Havo Taken President De Valera Is reported to tlio Bit and Are Running ' In confidence have expressedj eventual settlement, but he preWild. dicts long negotiations. Tuesday a thief captured by the Republican police was turned over by them to tho regular Dublin po- THE END IS NOT IN SIGHT. lice, and it Is now suggested that police liaison officers take the place ot the military in certain districts where tho feeling has been more When Catholics attempt to say bitter than In others. Austen Chamberlain, the Govern- that our civilization, Is slipping, ment leader, said In tho House of that society Is sick, and the indiCommons that ho hoped Parlia- viduals walking on tho brink ment would be prorogued August taorass, which has already ofde-a 2(5. but he foreshadowed tho posvoured many millions and seems to sibility ot Its being summoned threaten, many millions moro that acaln In November or December to seem unablo to extricate thempass legislation necessary to give selves from tho mass of rising Blimo, they are apt to bo called eiiecc io uu inu buuiuiuuiu. While nothing Is actually known aaono pessimists, but dofamera not ot of the natuo at tho Government uur eroai century, humanity and proposals, beyond tho general out- modern progress. But If we take line of dominion homo rule and note wo will roadlly find proof that fiscal autonomy, the Irish Bulletin Catholics are not the only contains an outburst against tho as- looking with fearsome eyes on ones tho sumptions ot the British press con- conditions ot mbn, and society cerning the negotiations, which ap- about them. pears to show that the proposals Tho June Issue ot tho Century are unsatisfactory so tar as South- contains an article by ern Ireland Is concerned. Resent- Roberts on "The Breadth Richard of tho ment Is oxprossed at hints In the ." that there Henry Adams, thatAgreeing with British newspapers Midwould bo a revival ot the "military dle Ages "something with the passed out ot unless tho socalled "con- life which wo have ever sinca been terror" "But," trying to run down cessions" were accepted. recapture, declares tho official organ ot the something vital and and indispensiblo," Republican Parliament, "the Irish this admits that "our dull people will agree to nothing which and author uncritical servility and enerdenies tho ancient unity ot. Ireland vating imposture ot progress is the or seeks to impose on the nation measuro ot the spiritual emptiness alien domination of any kind." which tho disruption ot the mediaeval world1 left behind it, and AT GETH3EMANE. RETREATS which Is still hero with us, agape and. stiffly refusing nil substitutes." Monday morning between thirty Even more significant is the furand forty men returned to Louis- ther admission ot the Middle Ages ville from the threo days' retreat having "evolved a programme and at Gethsemane Abbey, the last ot a technlc for the whole oit Jlfe, by the series given under the aus- which dt rose to those high tninga pices of the Knights of Columbus. In religion, art and literature lni trees and whlchi, though dead, it yet speak-eth- ." Siimmmriari hv Rhndo open to the cooling breeze, the ab bey is an ideal spot tor rest ana Then came tho great disintegrarecroa,tlonr-. happy location for tion nndJ Inability ot tho carrying out of retreats for Reformation the exert a strong morthe to laymen. first relreat was a al contrail over tho nations. PuriThe wonderful success, as1 were also tho tanism he considers a reaction Throughout the against tho conditions' prevailing second and thitd three days' period of physical In England since the middle of tho relaxation and mental uplift there sixteenth century, with the "uxwas not an uninteresting moment. orious Henry in the seat of spiritChapel exercise, nKsembly lectures ual and moral authority." And at and conferences, and recreation pe- tho present time, after a century oC riods were so carefully planned religious liberalism, ho says "wa that tho only regret at the close appear to be confronted by a sitwas the fact that tho tlmo was all uation not unlike that in which the: A master ot English early Puritans found tbmselves." too short. and a thorough scholar, the retreat Roberts sees sufficient ovidenca master, the Rev. Father John, held "that there Is afoot a process ot attention of the men active and ominous social disintethe undivided of varied business affairs from the gration." It seems to him "jthati opening to the closing hour. The the young peoplo havo taken tho principal tho lectures covered bit between their teeth and ard points of Christian life and duty, running wild." They are wholly while the Instructions and confer- contemptuous, ho says, "of tho traences took up the more ordinary, ditional controls and show no disand their position to Impose a speed limit! duties. The Knights friends are under many obligations upon themselves. parents, Edmund maiden aunts1, all Fond amateur Rev. Abbot to Right the Obrecht for the welcome they re- censors ot morals, are at their wits' ceived from him. They are shouting volumiends. nous warnings after the runaways, SHOWING. SPLENDID but the pace only gets hotter. And the end Is not In sight." Twenty-fift- h St. Cecilia's church, With others Roberts" belloves the and St. Cecilia streots, was edi- that tho war Is undoubtedly somescone of a most beautiful and what to blame for this condition. fying sight last Sunday morning But while others are content to lot at the 730 o'clock mass, when the caso rest there, he voices the between 500 and GOO members of opinion "that tho war is not wholly tho St. Vincent de Paul Society re- to blamo for the present lapse into ceived holy communion In celebra- folly and moral anarchy," Ho contion ot the feast of their patron. tend" quite correctly: "At the) Rov. Fathers Cranoy and Cotton, worst, it did no moro than comCecilia's Confer- plete a disintegration. that wad assisted by St. ence and the ladies ot the parish, active long heforo." Tho balance were hosts to tho men from tho of this confession ot a modern! arrived man makes It clear that In his other local churches, who In numbers from all parts ot the opinion tho materialism and) city, and were loud in expressions ot the age is at the botrecepof praise for the splendid Vlncen-tlatom of the moral disintegration of The tion accorded them. the present generation. It is leftl formed in lino on the church unarmedf and helpless, he admits. grounds, and led by Rev. r, Father "We havo no resistance; to offer to" Cotton, acolytes and tlio drift, vainly shall we bid wayPresident John Doyle and the off- ward youth to call a halt; they will Chey marched into tho church, ask why they should, and wo havo icers. filling the- same with the largest no answer to gtvo. They will chalrecent lenge the validity of our deea- of gathering Vlncentlan years. Rev. Father Cotton was the logues and It Is useless to talk to" celebrant ot the mass, at the con- them of prosperity. For they are ot which Rev. Father not after prosperity, but after what clusion Craney, the pastor, expressed the they think is tho joyof life. The pleasure It gave him to witness so rising generation has trodden aflt honoring their many Vlncentlans; was left ot the Puritan tech-ni- c patron, and invited all to partake that to powder." of a breakfast In St, Cecilia's Hall, Thus Richard Roberts' in. the after which tho midsummer meet- Century. He sees clearly and adwas held. The bfeakfast was mits In the beginning ot his aring served by a corps ot young ladles ticle that tho Reformation, "being of the parish and every man wae from Its very nature as affair of Doyle satisfied. President fully the individual consclenco and inwas generously applauded when he tellect, becamo In the circumstances meeting would be brief. a disintegrating 6ald the influence and For the various conferences he re- helped to complete tho rout," hospitality which turned thanks Tor the the Renaissance had begun. Bohan Secretary accorded them, Dut ho does not recognize or wteU read tho conference reports, all to admit that the disintegration we after are witnessing Is tho resuR ot the Bhawing excellent work, which a large number were re- revolutionary principle which gave ceived Into the society at large. the Reformation Its impetus. To the now members the President C. B. ot C. V. made a heart to heart talk that a popular chord with all 6truck BREAKS ALL RECORDS. whan hn routine busi concluded a short address ness- was broke all U Boston Callege was heard, and then all returned former records a faw week ago by duty well raising more than $2,000,000 in a to their homes' with their performed. or a public campaign for fund new" eclence hall, gymnaehjm and. APPOINTHD CORIANDER. .hanaJ Tf "haa ulnca set another sew the famous record by graduating the John McCormeck, youn men cmum in tt iwetory, i tewor. haa been appointed' a of the Ortler of St. Gregory receiving their hepktn trom ot Oanitaa! O'ConneB, the the Great, H ws announced e fb A college's moat Uluetrloua Km. Vatican recently, $ X- - A WORD OP ADVICE TO MESSRS. LEWIS HUMPHREY, KHOUli AM) A. J. U.UUIUJjIJ. aAAAAA REAL LOSS r At a called meeting of some of the Democratic candidates tills past week in Mr. Carroll's office an attempt was made to coerce those present Into aiding tho candidacy of Judge James iv urcgory t A4An hlAlk Almn i:iiivv. for County JndRO, which lias proven unpupuiur mui T)i nuin of that meelimr and its object leaked out causing voter. miiph hostile criticism and dissatisfaction omong party workers and voters. Just a word as to tho merits of tho two candidates and which can lie verified by a twenty minute stroll away from tho - A SCENE i FR04JF0UR YEARS AQO. ...-- !. iu T Pen-tlcnn- is ef Club. Ij. D. Greene Is the choice of tho Democratic voters because lie represents tho rising typo of Democracy as reprscntcd by Overton Harris, the Maj orally candidate. Mr. Grccno has earned a reward for Ills unswerving lojalty and energy In every campaign, national, Btate or local. Judge Gregory, his opponent, earned Uio bitter enmity pf Dcm ocratlc nominees and cmplojes of tho Democratic administration four j cars ago. Policemen and detectives under Democratic administrations are especially opposed to Judge Gregory for any honors onjho Democratic ticket. With the above facts In mind no well meaning Democrat can tuliocntc the weak and unpopular urcgory against ureeno, tno cuoico f of the people. The Gregory sponsors were also advocates of Scn-3- - corrupt ponpH flj J J jfoVVVVVVVVVVyVyy:y REPUBLICAN Searcy-Chilton ator Beckham, and tho attempt to force Bcckliam on tho Democratic voters cost Gov. Cot at least 20,000 votes, endangering tho State to Democracy and the throwing away of a Scnatorship to tho Repub lican party. Just ono word more. THE PRIMARY MUST BE ABSOLUTELY IMTR AND "SO INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE GIVEN OUT IN THE INTEREST OP ANY JDANDFDATE IN ANY CONTEST. Any other conrso Would mean party suicide. J J v speaking loud enough for the jury to hear. And the mystery to many was that Gernert before being appointed to the police force followed the pecupation ot peddler, and peddlers are noted for their loud It not melodious voices. The fire at Thirteenth and Main streets Wednesday morning furnished a fire loss of $50,000, which added to the record. breaking flro los1? in thlsjsectlon WUBlcailQn...rctaedj-ettuJud-'wakes ""one" wohdeWlf"thoresetrf A.,Sulllvan, a prominent. attorneyot "Jiiek" doesnt hold Richmond. Ky., and ono of our best the world's record tor losses in a beloved Kentucky Democrats of the city this size. And this fire. Jlke all During these torpid days and just old school. comilres, a at the outset of tho local campaign "Richmond.. Ky., July 2G, 1921. other Tho records lost lire to pany. fire department had Kentucky Irish American, Louis- be notified twice that there was a one can not help but pity the Louisville Herald, the poor old over- ville, Ky. iDear Sirs: My chief re- big fire at Thirteenth and Main, gret about your recent Democratic and tho No. 5 company, located at n worked organ of the convention was the failure to en- First and Lllerty, sixteen squares machine and the "reform" adminis- dorse Judge Arthur M. WallAce. nway, reached tho seeiio before the trations at Frankfort and here. I know little of your local politics, No. 4 company, located at Sixteenth During near Mayor Smith's adminis- but I do know Judge "Wallace to be and Main, just three squares from tration the Herald has been battling a good lawyer and to have made a tho fire. No wonder the walls were judge. upright courageous nobly to prove that the ?2 tax rate He was my schoolmate at college. falling when the firemen reached suffering taxpayers Isn't I hope the people will correct this the scene, but it Is supposed that paid by the the No. 4 'company was staging an really as much as J1.8G and lower, error of said convention. Yours exciting checker game and couldn't the rates under Democratic admin- truly, J. A. SULLIVAN." leave In a hurry. Speaking of the istrations. Then day in and day Speaking of the recent convention recentfiremen, ono ot the Herald has had to mlnimizo the Republican organ ami machine "hick" It hinted to them protty out entirely tine outbreaks have been circulating the report ly had that he make him of the or smother use strongly of drunken Keystono police and the that union labor organizations had bath' tub In the engine house. And holdups by boycotted the Democratic party and to reign of burglaries and pretty strong one the the army of crooks nestling In our to cite proof a letter was published of makeolder hint firemen filled tho tub tho midst. The "hick" Are department, by one Shculer, who claimed to rep- and left tho novice to get off some which always saves the ground, is resent thfe Painters' Union. If ot the soil. About an hour afteralso a troublesome burden to carry, Schuler Is an accredited representa- wards the firemen downstairs were and the City Hospital with its tive of organized labor and the making see the system always needs Painters' Union lie seems to be surprised totrip with "hick"' a bucket of a strong defender. All through asleep at the switch as far as trip after On being stairs. water down, near Mayor Smith's administration watching affairs of his craft Is con- queried as tothe what was the idea, machine organ has had to jump sidered. Wednesday morning a del- the "hick" replied, "I'm. emptying the painters to and fro, in, trying to protect egation ot contracting golderned hath' tub and I won't "Smithy on his many changes of called on near Mayor Smith to pro- that In such an hurry to raise, test iigain&ti a flro captain, and pa- be a front In the street car fare bath again as it's a peck of take pub-ti- c trolman taking painting contracts trouble! emptying that tub." the telephone gouge and other questions. and produced photograplis of these The Keystone? police are emulat TUen to add to the strain along two city employes painting a house. ing Searcy-Ch- il and Ot course the near Mayor didn't see ton the example of the are trying a comes "Howdy Ed" Morrow machine and they the joke administration at Frank- anything wrong about this, excus little (political assessing on their fort. Morrow had hardly been In ing tho Keystoner and ".hick" town the by saying he didn't control own hook. Throughout office any length ot time before the In them during their off hours, but ho comedy cops hre collecting small occurred at Lexington. riot "sort triiipi, Irninftpnt neonle were killed couldn't give a plausible excuse as bits from games,drink" stands and and gambling hut "Howdy Ed" messed things to why tho two weren't paying a Market is the mecca. Fourth this because Around a grandv stand contracting license to tho sinking corner un in attempting there are a bunch of news play. But the straw that broke the- fund. Of course Smithy's attitude boy gamblers who are being held Doedidn't surprise anyone, but the up dally by Keystone pollco and camel's back was tho John ninir ms.r reeentlv In which "How oolnt we wish to make is whore Is who will take anything con- Schuler. the Painters' Union repre dy Ed" pardoned a notorious for blackmail from a dollar to a vict and with .the aid ot the local sentative, on this case, and will he barlow knire. Possibly when they Republican machine bosses and the declare an official boycott on the Improve as "political holdups" they bosses Republican administration, which is will "State Republican machine be given regular places as coland attempted proven unfair to organized and un- lectors, for the treed a burglar man murderer, and rumors are still fly- organized labor. What a splendid police rt Daily It Is being demonstrated chine.that was from Capt. how much dough ing as to Just 's n machine that the was used In tho Doe case. The district Tuesday. Out of was a trying one on slipping fast, and again proving tho eight burglaries In his district ho ot this the poor old machine organ, and old adage that no matter how could only f urn Mi a report on one, the Herald editor came forward strong a political machine Is It can and not even a clue on that one. with a tearful plea tliat everyone not beat the people when they are Under a real police chief or Board must quit discussing tlie case and aroused. Boss Ches and his aides ot Safety Capt. "Helmy" would But the least wkl the better, ete. case were smart enough to see that pub- g hare been made fo walk jhe plank. lic sentiment was rapidly crystallz-ln- It Is said that Kcystoners In that like Hamlet's ghost, the Doe against the Republican' "reform" district are an Unknown quantity will not down and if old "Howdy Ed" Is ever drafted to make a po- - administration, and It was hoped after midnight, and our army ot lltlf.nl enruvh nnvwhflrR In this State that the tide could bo turnedi by crooks have learned that tact, many it Is safe to say there will be calls drafting Judge Hueton Quln, to bo burglaries taking place after midfor him to "Give nn the lnsiiio on billed as the "pure and) spotless" night. One of the new Keystoners candidate, But Quln killed all prostho Doo case" told recently that) he was to go nr twti the Searcy- - pects of being a popular choice was the "dog watch." which in poruc organtrlod a new right at the outset by playing the on parlance means walking a beat Chilton machine lice manger policy of holding alone and at odd hours. But the e tack here. The bosses saw max was proving running for another. Keystoner took his instructions lit the negro question law candidate's one job and his strength down to to the blue This narrows when he came in to tne nnuiuMi and the Herald came tor- - the city and county employes, the erally and station house had six dogs of difward' with articles and editorial machine Republicans, the "soft ferent frizes and breeds all tied to jralore to say that the negro ques- drink stands" and protected Ram- ropee attached, to hte police crab. John tion wad being lnjeoted by Demo blers. Speaking of soft drink He told the astonished ronton r.vmirman of the stand, the RepubHean 'machine "Yes, and I'll do a darn sight Demo- miuet have put the sort peoai on ne cratic Committee, and otherwell better tomorrow Right, as there is for proprietors as- to open support of many a hound in my district." cratic leaders. That went Matt, a a day or two and Ches. all or the Quln. "Chic" Gernert, FMth"soft poBurllngame and drink" proprietor in the ANNUAL FIELD .DAY. ha "d machine leaders wt smooth the lice district, came to the bat recenthow iby having a big Huston Quin adly chuckled to think The Krrfght pf St. John will side of machine organ ,wa Kiting away vertisement painted oni the morning give their annual fieW day at Sum negro queetlon. When to. his place- - J Preston! next wKh the ,and behold, the candidacy of the the blr and myly painted advertise- mers Paxk on Sunday- August 7, necro ixwett oomee along and apllls ment te IbkfMed out- - Gernert i tf anl the oomnvUUw In charge ane by th prosthe bean., Frighiwwdnominated for brother of Police LiewteneM ra the prepartnc to entertain a bUr orowd wJ was ftned twice pects f Ldyett tolas wtin Mil nldwin of amuaemenU in lor not dtfttfcm to the tett day erenta. Criminal Court recently legislature In a itrict, wb a Searcy-Chilto- n iRitter-Hennln- gs J' per cent, of tlio voters were negroes, the (Republican machine candidate and city employe instituted a suit to keep the negro candidate from being on the ballot In tho primary, The open fight on the negro Republicans killed the claim of the Machine Herald tliat the Democratic leaders Organ ,of were responsible for dragging in "Working Desperately and tho raco issue. Then' came the story Fruitlessly. of the negro minister and his family being ousted from Cherokee Park by the Republican park guards. In a monster mass meetDefending Near Major Smith, Mor- ing at Quinn Chapel, a negro church, Sunday afternoon, eeveral row and "Reform" Becoming colored ministers and other speakers denounced the Burden sonic. bojeotted The. Herald machine. this meeting by not publishing a lino or explaining if tills meeting was promoted by .Another Big Fire Loss Exposes Inthe Democratic lenders. Pity for efficiency of Our- "Hick" Flro the poor old machine organ must dome from the most ardent DemoDepartment. crat in its sad state. Interest In tho coming primary Is not now confined to Louisville, judging from the following com- - e And the same Judge Qregory is NOW asking: Democratic votes for County Judge in a Democratic primary. Narrow-Mlnded- IRELAND Premier XJoyi George Promises Definite Statement oh,. Peace NctttatioRfl, a position to make a statement on tho Irish question shortto bo in ly." view of the remarkable statements which havo appeared In tho press Sir John Butcher Interposed: "In tSS'SFdik Searcy-Chilto- all-fir- ed flre-m- an Searcy-Chllt6- re-oo- Helmer-dlnger- de-rerf- se Searcy-Chilto- ti wk dog-lnth- station-keepe- r, Ger-ner- regarding the nature of tho terms and tho grave anxiety they have caused will the right honorable gentleman make his statement as soon as possible?" Eamonn de Valera, Irish Republican leader, - and his colleagues have'TiofyetPresident Do Valcra Lajs English proposed conference with the British Government on the Irish1 quesProposcals Before the Irish tion In London, but are continuing search for a common ground on Cabinet. which the contending parties can meet, It was stated In a. quarter In Dublin late WedTruce Continues Pending the "R- nesday. The possibility that four Legisesumption of Conferences in , latures may he established In Ire land ono each in the provinces of London. and Ulster, Munster, Connaught Lelnster under a Central National Parliament, is hinted at in London morning. IRISH CABINET HOLDS MEET. Wednesday De Valera is expected President to return to England shortly, but he continues In harmonious touch tvlth. nil concerned In Ireland. In London Circles Which are! F.nmnnn d Vhlfra' answer to closely observing developments of the British' peace proposals will not the Irish situation, much satlsfac-b- o sent to Prime Minister Lloyd tion was expressed Saturday at the George this week, according to prospect ot Gen. Smuts' on Thurs-In't- o i news received In London the negotiations In tho man- -' day from Ireland, because of tho ner Indicated. Thla Is particularly' difficulty of ascertaining the views the case In view- of the persistent 0f the local leaders of tho Sinn reports that the British Prime p0n throughout Ireland and the Minister's offer, submitted to Pres- - thirty-si- x members of Dall Elreann mem; ae vaiera rnursaay, inciuaes who still are In prison or internea a plan for dominion home rule for It Is stated that the Irish leader Ireland on the lines ot the South will make no statement until all tho African constitution. members of Dall Elreann have been Presidont De Valera on Saturday released and he has been able to discussed the British terms with meet them In a full session. In the Arthur Griffith and others at the meantime he has been summoning Mansion House, Dublin, but no nil the Irish Republican army offformal conference was hold, and icers and the leaders of the Sinn De Valera Informed Inquirers that Fein clubs from all over Jreland to it was unlikely any dovoldpments Dublin, and Is conferring with them would take place In the immediate Individually. Probably there will be future. A significant incident of the day further consultations' among the was the nostnonement by Gen. Jan Sinn Fein ministers, after which a C. Smuts of hls departure for South meeting of the Dail Elreann will be Africa until August 5. which was called. No date for tho meeting taken to Imply the belief that his haa been fixed and It is presumed services os mediator may that modifications of tho tenns will again. Even more Interesting, how- be sought, before the Republican ever, was the speech ot Lord BlvkParliament takes tip the matter enhead, Lord High Chancellor, in officially. tho House of Lords, intimating that that Tho Irish peace proposals made the Government anticipated by Lloyd George to tho negotiations may last for weeks, Premier Eamonn de ValcTa in London last and Inviting the Parliament and the week were taken up by the Repub- country to have patience with the lican leader andi his Cabinet on difficult President de Valera and Monday. The Cabinet, which be- his, colleagues may be experiencing gan its sessions during the in Dublin. He reproved rebellious met at the Mansion House, Unionists In the coalition who deCountess Markievlcz. who was re nounced tho Government's policy as Like leased trom Mount Joy prison Sun shameful and humiliating. day, sat with the Cabinet and took Austen Chamberlain In the House part In the discussion over the pro- of Commons, Lord Birkenhead took posed1 peace terms. The Countess, an optimistic view ot tho negotia who was sentenced last December tions. Premier Lloyd George replied: lo two years' Imprisonment at hard "Yes, sir; as soon as possible wlth-ou- e labor on the charge of having endangering tho euccesstul isto organise a seditious sonegotiations, but I ciety, is an elected memher of the sue of the and would warn my honorable friend Southern Irish Parliament Minister ot Labor in J.he Repub- and others that they must not accept the newspaper accounts of the Hean Cabinet. The truce wlM continue in .Ire- proposed terms, because those I land "pending the resumption ot have seen have been incorrect." negotiation's between Eamonn De When a decision is reached in Valera and the Government," Pre- Dublin, It is likely to be conveyed mier Lloyd George announced hi to Premier Lloyd George throughft Monday Art 0BrlenASlnn Fein representa-Hvthe Hpuee of Commons President, who Is retaining afternoon, and this Is the flnrt official notlfleatdon from the Pre- the Irish peace headquarters at thf mier that he is confident that the nrosvenor Hotel In London. announcement haw official .No Irteh peace parley will be re sumed. ' A part of the Tory wing been made In London on Premier ot the trovernnien coamion nas David Lloyd George's proposal to grown restless under the continued Eamonn de Valera for an Irish georecy veMing hut trom a reliable source the negotiations and attempted to roroe I'remier R te learned his plan involves the Lloyd George to dtsetoea the basis setting up of a federal aystem In on which they are bein oooduoted. Ireland on the plan of the United were put. State. It l eald two Parliaments K hK doaen question Premier contented himself In Ireland have been provided lor, but with rejUym: "I hope to be able one in Uleier and one in Southern well-inform- ed ry eu a mam-monls- m ns cioss-beare- - Tore-noo- n, con-snlr- ed A ,uii - Oonv-mand- leet the-han- tb' I ! . fi a t JBCEJSCrOKTST COMING EVENTS. Aug. 2 St. Patrick's school at Fontaine Forry Park. JCBULSHC A3MD&IetXGAJS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. A CARD FROM JUDGE WALLACE To tho Democratic Voters of Jefferson County and City of Ioulsvllle: DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA Where there is a contest the law PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. requires there shall be held a primary August 5 Moonlight excursion election to determine by tho voters ad Catholics of Jackson Democratic o! Irbh American on Club (Votd to th Sockl and Moil Advancement In a previous sworn statement 1 cave who shall be the party's nominee. Steamer East St. Louis. you tiomc facts showing the dots, perThis s nil I have asked or desire. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea'a August 5 Moonlight excursion sonnel and methods bejnir pursued to In going Into that convention, conInstitute and Catholic Knight t of America. defeat my renomlnatlon for Judge of testing Its right td pass upon my Culb, on the of Jackson Democratic Jefferson Circuit Court, Chancery claim and subsequently permitting my Publishers Steamer America. Branch, First Division. name to be voted upon, It 4s now adKBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incorpcwtrf. . 1, August 7 Field day ot Knights Here follows an additional statement: mitted and was then admitted X was I have never favored conventions, not legally bound tot abide the tesult. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE C0PY5c of St. John at Summers Park. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE my attiany Nor was 1 morally nbver August 10 Annual picnic and and was to tho consulted as to 22. 1921 bound to oblde In result way' legal or one held June tude at a Matter. not Entered at the Loulivllle Poitofflce ai r of Holy. Trinity chicken supper Ab soon as I learned of the proposed binding and especially so, since to the date of the convention, Wist llturty Stmt. church on church grounds at St. convention's purposes I appealed to the AMERICAN, Mtnt All CoBiHtBlcationj to the KENTUCKY IRISH Democratic City aftd County Commit- I had, as required by law, filed in the Boat leaves foot of Foilrth street at 8:30. Tickets 50c. Matthews. tee, through friends of mine on It, to County Clerk's office, my August 17 St. Aloyslus church take from this convention's considera- declaration that 1 was a official sworn candidate foi annual picnic and outing, on church tion all races where there were or this office, subject to the primary Bhould arise contests. eleotion to be held on August C, 1021 . grounds, Pewee Valley. UajycouNcJL At my request Jlr. Henry Tllford. The submission of my name be August 17 St. John's parish pic- State Central Committeeman for this voted upon by this convention, towith District, supported by tho above legal and official notificanic at Phoenix Hill Park, afternoon Cdngres.i!onal Mr. Fred Forcht, Stato Executive Com- tion to all parties concerned or voting, and evening. mitteeman for this congressional dis- and In no way Intending to or in.SATURDAY, JULY 30,' 1921 August 21 Excursion to Mam- trict, who was necessarily unable to timating that I would abide the result LOUISVILLE, KY. and moth Cave under auspices1 of Trin- nttend, went before the- City urge of the vote, was an act similar and County Commltteo and strongly Identical to going before the Jacljon land has been growing in unpop- ity Council. thot the convention be not allowed to Democratic Club nnd receiving (there APPRIX'IATEl). August 31 Harvest festival of consider races where thero were con- an adverse te under similar circumularity and we suspect that this St. cfiurch parish tests. Mesflrs. Cossel of the Count stances. on Peter's INDORSED CANDIDATE FOR "Again, candidates who were endorM The Vincentians feel a debt of move towards Irish! peace is but a grounds, Seventeenth and Garland Legislative District, Roy Curtis of by h Legislature District and thlri convention, and a Committeegratitude to the pastor and people1 preliminary to a dissolution of avenue. Legisla- man who called It, have, since it adP H. Callahan of On the other hand tive District, iho latter making the mo- journed, declined to accept, or reof St. Cecilia's parish, for the gen- Parliament. All signed. Others, endorsed are threatention to refer, supported same. kftAAAAAArftAAAAftA erous welcome extended them last Herbert Asquith has come out other members of the committee. I nm ing to decline. Surely, if these genInformed, voted against reference of tlemen have both a legal and n moral occasion that will not flatly for Domlnlan home rule with Sunday, an contests to the voters. right, an they have, to decline tho enSir. U. Callahan, with my knowldorsement given by It, or sever their be soon forgotten. And they also full fiscal and financial control and edge and approval. In the convention, connection with tho Committee. I, unher own defences Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. have reason to feel proud of their the control of renewed his former motion to refer der tho conditions detailed In this and contests to tho people preceding statement, have both the part and showing In honor of the that Is to say, he would concede resoHefore, however, this, moral and all the Republicans' demand except illustrious patron of their great Artie Cummins and son Artie vis- lution could be offered motion or Calla- sist upon admitted legal right to In- n Primary Next Saturday, August 6. by Jlr. compliance with tho Wit-tehan, Mr. John C. Doolnn, chairman of law, and to disobey the mandate that Ireland must consider Jierself ited at New Haven last week. the Olty ond with slate makers notMiss LiUlan McKenna, Bardstoyn full knowledge County Committee, Inten- of as enjoying full sovereignty within ing In clear defiance and contempt of Primary Election August 6. of Mr. Callahan's empire, and the mass of the road, has returned home from West tion to offer same, and, as his first act State statute. the TIIOS. 1). CLINES. Virginia. after after surrendering tho chair to There are candidates endorsed by English, people seem to take moved that all motions or this convention openlv opposing other L. Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Sandman Mr. Cassel, be In this Issue appears the card of referred to the Commit- candidates so endorsed, and urging the view of a settlement. " and chlldien are visiting relatives resolutions tee on Resolutions without aiacusilon people to select those defeated in the candiCANDIDATE FOR i Thomas D. Clines, endorsed In Detroit. or debate. convention. Xamos will be given If Thus clearly evidencing tho partisan denied. date for County Tax Commissioner, Miss Julia Dalton, who has been LITTLE WONDER. COUNTY TAX COMMISSIONER this chairman of This convention visiting relatives in Harrodsburg, character of his unwillingness your com- evade the State law.was an attempt to a position lor which he is in every to muzzle mittee and which is as culp- Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. tho convention its action on this able In tho eyes of all rfght thinking England wants us to cancel her has returned homo. He announces way well qualified, preso important people as an open, flagrant violation, subject to the action of the Indebtedness to us, incurred dur- a Miss Blanche McKlbben (s making serveor resolution the party and to himself accord perhaps, more so where the rethree weeks' sojourn at Corbln to all harmony in of the party their le- and, as here, Is to seriously deny nnd the voters sult, Democratic party, and his nomina- ing the war, and while we are and Crab Orchard Springs. gal right under positive law, to bay affect the rights of nil the people. tion would greatly help toward vic- thinking it over she sends us a Two days before the late Republican Mrs. N. F. Young, of Versailles, who shall be their nominees. for carrying has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. as Tho motion or resolution was lost, convention I was standing nt aFifth and bill for $32,000,000 tory in November. was expected, in this cnr. I Jefferson streets awaiting American soldiers to England to Robert E. Mullane. Meadowbrook. convention. saw Mr. Matt Chilton crossing Jeffer1JEGIN AT HOME. speaking for same, nrwl ATra PhUIn .T. Rnndninnn son to the east side of Fifth street. in "tr help her win the war after the ITe saw me. chnnged his direction, and Parkway, and " organizations in substance, Germans had her licked to a fraz- and children, of Eastern refunding have returned from a visit to To- bucIi leader L O.fraternal was interrupted on reaching me said In"Your friend (Remember that the O. F, as the without a word from me, millions was ledo. The thirty-tw- o zle. and insulted by a reporter for the Cox and hjs friends are turning heaven plans for the debts of Allied Pow paid, of course, and wp are still though said or Miss Mary Cocoran has returned done northing save to he had for the and earth to get us (the Republican speak ers Is nothing more than a scheme thinking over whether we ought to party) to endorse his candidacy for from a visit to Detroit, where she peoplo's right and advocato my renoml- vour position, but he will not get It " to compel those who really won the cancel the three billion dollars she was a delegate to the Hibernian natlon. 1 told him I had nothing to do with On the evening of the convention, the the notion of the Republican party nnd war to nav a huge indomnlty for owes us. When this situation ex- convention. nvenlng Post, editorially, while admit- had no desire to be among tljose who Mlfs Maty Belle Boone has been ting the action of the convention was seek to piny both sides the privilege of butting in. Are the ists it's littje wonder she edits our . . jvujie. jF i spending her vacation withw her not binding on candidates, warned such. After thl convention adjourned, ovel ii American, people going to stand for " ... abldq tho result. It the telephone I was informed that bewmumuM histories. aunt, Mrs. Fannie Rapier, at New If they didn'tduty And, by the way, this Is on a it? would be tho of the leaders and fore the CoUrt of Appeals' injunction Haven. r nomiended the candidacy, or workers of the party to par with the payment of thirty-tw-o Mrs. Nannie J. Boll had as guests them. , WASTED EFFORT. nation of Mr Joe C Emmart for England while million dollarsi to This paper had In a previous edi- Mayor of this city, seeral of the ,'irs-rtyn,h'ii the past week her nieces, Misses .j close friends, and party leaders, torial classed such as did not abide the Interest on tho money loaned Semi-Annu- al Too much prominence Is being Dorothy and Martha .lohnsOn, at the rdsult of tho convention ori rebels had arranged so that I would be New Haven. against the constituted authorities of placed at the head of the City law Deto her Is still unpaid. These unpaid given to Tom Watson, a blatant yJSiwHa-be tho duty of partment. I at once announced I Miss Margaret Burns, daughter the party, nnd It should is. millions would finance the bonus bigot who thrives on publicity. The Burns, has Bueh authorities to uuscipiine mom. tne would not trade about such matters paper in This tc pur boys. If our Government fact that Watson is a Senator from of Mr. and Mrs.a L. B. weeks' vlsiti need of same convention, explaining was and rang off, Names will bo given if two returned from stated it the this Is denied. owes anyone anything which our Georgia does not dignify his slan- to St. Helen's.. necessary In order to obtain a suiitablo in conclusion, dispose of my candl- be dacy ns you will; but carefully guard national honor requires ub to pay it ders or give them more weight. will tlcket to In voted for In November. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone denying the capacity and defend this Important power, effect, to our boys. All his colleagues except Senator leave soon for Bay View, Mich., of Thus, Democratic voters In a primary lodged solely with you by the law, to Is that obligation the Charity should .begin at home, so Williams, 'of Mississippi who is where they will spend tho remainder election to name canuiuaies worany oi the end that popular government may the neonle's suffrage, survive In tills city and countv, of the summer. should the liquidation of our na- pitifully Ignorant when he is not your I was elected In an open primary This attempted usurpation Mm. Thomas J Horan and daugh- eleotion about six years ago to my right under the positive laws of this of tional obligations. under the influence of something ter, llss Hazel Horan, left Tuesday present position over a most worthy State, to, alone, chooSe the nominees gentleman, Judge Queries, then the of your party, affects you, Indlvld-ualstronger know that Watson i to spend two weeks In New York sitting Judge. The result was contestand collectively, as much If I WHITHER DRIFTING? 10c a Button; $1.00 a Rip. j talking for tho pleasure ot making and Atlantic' City. ed In court br Mr. Doolan for Judge not moro nearly and continuously than Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy, of ftiinrlnu nmV nn tin. cviilpnro nlnne for me newspaper "copy." They pay no Jeffersonville, were called to Algood. tlie said contestant uie case was oy I am denouncing It more In the In- Are we drifting toward war with attention to him. Why then should Tenn., last week by tho illness of Judge Thomas It. Gordon dismissed at Merest Df the people than In my own $1.98 53.00 Mexico? We do not like to think contestant's cost without hearing n The loss of the nomination will bring we repeat his malicious mouthings Mrs. Murphy's mother. to me but a passing dlsappoln-meof evidence for me. in n position so; yet those who are $2.48 $3.50 considered, Miss Lizetto Siever has returned I say the convention was unneces- - and a loss. Individually and spend time laboriously refutto know, are growing apprehensive. ing to JJorth Vernon. Indi, after an en- Bary. ir one docs not rear or miMrusi small. To you It will surely bring a them? $2.98 $4.00 permanent loss the right to the capacity of the entire electorate joyable visit with Mr. and Mrs. choose for themselves sultablo candi-to after determine offor ourselves hereWar with Mexico could have only who Prank Pooley, Parkview. $3.48 would mean the $5.00 one result. dates to be voted for at the general shall bo your nominees; and give to It NOT A PANACEA. Col. Matt Winn Is in New York election nnd was called, m part, ror ft .select few "consecutive thinkers" subjugation of that country by the revenge on nnd such right. $3.98 $6.00 City for a stay of several weeks, and the sinister purpose of convention nnnlRhment of me for certain deci Mr Cox stands United States but at a fearfuil Presldent Harding's proposal for is being greeted at the Waldorf-Astori- a sions rendered by me; nnd because I methods of selectingfor thocandidates your $4.98 $7.00 cost. We do not need Mexico in a conference of the principal naby his wide circle of Eastern Insisted one could be a Democrat and I stand for tho method provided by assert Ills iwrty affiliation, and still the State Primary Eleotion Law. to tions to consider disarmament Is friends. fact it would be a burden for us Thousands of pairs the Judge, nonpartisan. I further "Which will you choose? be. as Mrs. Margaret Connell will leave Insisteda I would not accept tho Repubcarry. Mexico does not need dom- the most important move made in greatest values and assortYour answer will be given at the trip In the Primary ination by the United States. Its international circles reoently. The today for an extended' Washington, lican party's Indorsement or nomination ensuing 6, next. Election to be held on ments since 1914, August If offered East. She will visit nt people may not be the best fitted main difficulty, as pointed out by Mt. Vernon. Philadelphia. Atlantic I shall, In spite of tho proposed ap The late Judge Eramett riela took this position when he declined, an In- plication or tlie steam rouer process, in the world for the True Voice, will be to confine Clly and New York. loyally abide by the result you dicdorsement of the Republican party. happier the conference to the eubjeot of Tne law provides for a sworn decla- tate by your votes at that election. but they are better and Miss Mary Callahan, of Peru, has Respectfully, ration by the candidate filed In the than they would bo as subjects of disarmament alone. There seems been the guest of Miss Marcella Coll, County Clerk's office thirty days prjor ARTHUR M. WALfiACE. of Jeffersonville. Miss Cal'ahan is to the date of the primary election; if Subscribed and sworn to before me a foreign power. We don't want to be a disposition on the part of The south' greatest store for men and boys day of of tho Indiana no one contests, U is made the duty of by Arthur M. Wallace this Press war with Mexico. But there Japan, to bring in racial equality, League Chairman Voters. to see the County Clerk to certify his nomi- July, 1921 My commission expires on of Women 19th day of July, 1923. Market Third are many in this country who the Far Eastern question and a lot Mr. and Mrs. William F. O'Brien nation It Is shown where there is no the HANCOCK TAYLOR. Thus, seem to want just that. Notary Public of extraneous matter which have announce tho engagement of their contest within a fixed time, the law County, Kentucky,In and for Jefferson Miss Margaret O'Brien, to Itself declares the uncontested candino plage in the conference pro- daughter, Lee Llntqn. Tho wedding date the nominee of his party (Advertisement WMlliam WORST ENEMY. posed.. Undoubtedly there are many will take place in August. questions that call for settlement an Mr. It Is strange to find the Amer- in the Interest of world peace. nounceand Mrs. John Rattermantheir of the engagement JACKSON DEMOCRAT CLUB ican 'Legion in the South fraternizIs no use In trying to daughter. Miss Marcella Ratterman, wedding Klan. In But there to Herman M. Weber. Tho ing with the Ku Klux settle them all In one conference. will take place in October. tho North the American "Legion has Wilton Jcllico Lump MOONLIGHT EXCURSION- $8.25 West Virginia Lump 38.25 which Japan equality, Racial The many 'friends1 of Mrs. John Ilarlan Lump A done some queer things but they wants to bring up, is a matter that Finegan, $8.25 Taylorf Lump $7.00 ot Keats avenue, will be Hazard Lump $8.25 West Kentucky Lump ore usually in the line of $7.60 glad1 to learn that she is recovering Considcan settle. 25 cents per ton les3 than above prices If coal is dumped not shovand they can be for- no conference would only block all trom her recent operation and is eled off. mistakes eration of it now able to be out again. given as the progress toward disarmament and Charles E. Cooney and daughter. ot exuberant boys who have done this, we believe, even Japan does Miss Margaret Rose Tickets Steamer have much for their country. No doubt not want. Japan, as well as the returned to Syracuso, Cooney, after N. Y., Fifty Cents East St. Louis they feel that they have a right to rest ot the nations, has felt the a visit to Miss Oooney's granda miajor share in. directing its pol- burdens of militarism, and its peo- mother, Mrs. J B. Wathen. 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. icies. We do not blame them for ple Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mallon and BOAT LEAVES PROMPTLY AT are anxious to ease the load. 8:15 O'CLOCK P. M. will BUTT that as long as they keep within Government officials, however, , may daughter, Miss Sherrill Mallon, New 4 the law. But even the American caro less about It. It is the peo- leave today for Washington, York, Philadelphia and Atlantic day evening at St, Martin's church. GREAT PICNIC EVENT. Legion has no Tight to encourage ple in every land who bear the City, and will not return before Mr. Oscar P. Edwards, who has iaw violation. or. .participate jn been, spending the summer In CaliThe great big event in St. Patburden of maintaining largo mil- August 15. Miss Mqry Killoran has returned fornia, will return September 1 to rick's parish and the West End worst enemy of America is the itary establishments, an'd it is the Tho 517 SOUTH FIFTH STREET from a two weeks' visit in Chicago. Join his parents. Judge James P. lawless citizen. peopJe who want relief. John McAteer, Joseph Winter-smit- h Edwards and Mrs, Edwards, at will be the picnic and outdng which Expert Ladies' Tailor and Furrier. Clothes Remodeled will take place next Tuesday at. and Mrs. Frances W'inter-smlt- h Prospect. We do not anticipate that the SMUTS' BELIEF. were last week registered at Fontaine Ferry Park, for which PHONBJ CITY 4485 proposed conference will succeed in Tho maTrlage of Mlsa Adella preparations have bee'n. making for scarcely Wequetonslng. Everlch Some people are inclined to the abolishing war. That is Lee O'Brien, of 408 North Twenty-ni- emnized .to George Chlsson was sol several weeks. For this affair men. remain' nth with nuptial high irtass at street, left Sunday for Los bo a numoer of unusual belief that Jan Smuts, Prime Min- possible so long as St. Patrick's churca, the Rev. Fa- there will will be mis- Angeles to visit his brother. Be to the BLACKMAJST-KOB- Y DRUG CO. ister- of the South African Federa- what they are. There oflliclatlng. The entertainments in addition Memfore returning he will mako stops ther J. P. Cronln politician. However understandings and Jealousies and at San Francisco, Salt Lake. Oma- brlda wore a white organdl dresa many ot regular attractions. tion, is a slick congregation have been ihe and and. her tulle veil was adjusted with bers that Ttxay be, he has expressed the quarrels between individuals men. ha and St. Louis. busy selling tickets, CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS the or&nge blossoms and pearls. She present writing their and at liave Irel- nations as long as men are City 337 and 355 beBelf that "If the demands of efforts Main 9102 PHONES Mr. and Mrs. Peter Herberger. But disarmament or even consid- 92D Ellison avenue, left Wednes carried an arm bouquet of brides' been crowned with success!. This FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY and! are not satisfied, the maltreatrosea. Miss Beaate Everlch- was her celebra-tdowill day for an etxended Eastern trip real "Put Our Drug Store Back of Your Prescription" sister's maid of honor and wore a will be a Vicar St. Patrick's ment ot Ireland will 'wreck the erable limitation of armament General Cronln and and go "far toward .lessening the likeli- and will visit Baltimore, Washing- plak organdie frock with hat to British. Empire." Well, if the HonFather Francis Martin look for the large ton, Philadelphia, Atlantic City and match. Her flowers were orable Bull could be rolled around hood of war. Militarism and im- New York, and will return tho last bouquet of KiU&rney rosea. an arm largest gathering the parish ever HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY Mr. and war and In the dust a bit, 'twouild do him a armaments make for of August. Mrsi Chlsson left Immediately after had. All who attend will have a pose intolerable burdens of taxa BAKED DAILY Mrs. Carl Bartley has been enter- the ceremony for a short wedding good time. world ot good. tion on tho people. To lessen this taining her sister, Mrs. Bettio Fond, trip. NOKTOX WALSH, is the purpose ot the conference. and daughter Louise, of New Haven. reTAKE ASQUITH'S VJEW. Miss Margaret Flaherty It is not a universal panacea nor a turned from, a week's visit has her EXJOYED SOCIAL MEETING. orton and Thomas Home Phone City 1843 507 TyiSST BROADWAY Miss Ella to international brother, M. Flaherty, at tho Daw-po-n universal solvent ot Walsh were quietly married at St. Conditions 4n Ireland! have Those of (Sfc. Helena's House, New Haven. HOME PHONE. ClV 6806 quite a number of Tory pro- - diffitoultles, These will remain as HENRY Club who did not attend the Mary Magdalene's church Wednes- ANDREW Mr. and Mrs. Harold Splcer, 428 social day morning at 10 o'clock, only the Lord long as nations exist. greealvee from Lloyd Geor meeting Monday evening, EILER BROS. South Fifth street, left Thursday Immediate relative of the contractCecil, Lord! Caveadisk-BenitknRobert for New York City aud Long July 25, missed a rare treat, as the ing parties being present. Mies School time will soon be here. Branch, N. J SXAZ.SK8 IN AIL KINDS Or many teaser lights and where they will programme was one of the best Norton la the daughter of MfS. M. of Toryism .have openly opposed Parents should bear in mind that spend three weeks visiting their ever given. Home talent of the J. Norton and Mr. Walsh is the well SECOND-HANTIGHT AND SLACK AND They are the doctrine, ot naked force in Ire- all tb scholastic advantages that! 6on and daugmer, Air. ana Mrs. club was dtepjayed in very" inter- known attorney.congratulations being BARRELS AND KEGS at Harold E. Hallagan. from a esting talks by. Misses Lillian Bhowered with land; and tKelr number te growing secular schools offer can be had ,. Announcement lias boon made, of LOUISVILLE, KY. their numerous friends, both being 2 "UNDERBILL STREET Uoyd George is virtually Catholic schools, as. well as all the the marriage of Mies Stella 'Regina Keyer, Loulle Tierney, Mary Jtuh popular, especially in Cathipllc so 'daily. eafa to more important advantages that the Tally and. James W. Lish, which and Catherine Bberjin. Two songs ciety and fraternal circles. They and it bet?ran two fires took place at St William'3 church, followed, beautifully sung by Mis will make their home in Crescent NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. say that 'hte effort toward. pee secular ones don't have. Rev. Father Timothy officiating. Anna Mae Nold, aud a Spanish Hill. prompted in Incorpomtafl! in Ireland have bean Miss Nellie Tally, of Dayton, Ohio, dtence by member of the gym NOT YET. by a desire to find tar imaaanra LADOR 1AY ORATOR. was maid ot honor, and Patrick nasium, class. Tbe real treat of the musical out yrbiek ot th Tory winga offer Boston Loyalty Leaguana want to Hundley, of California, waa best ma, evening wa the given by draev. "Bmoch Ardeo," Freak Morrluop, SaeraUiry of th the sraatar certainty of fceeptog stop esMHratkig the saaivwsary of man. last Patrick. O'Neill, O, S. B., with Mn. American FdrMloa at Labor, fc0 544(8 BOARD OF TRADB BUILDING Mint Berth: McMaous bOmSVXLXtS, him In ta public ay. Baatde. re- Bunkar HSW another pb of the of the CJevaland, Ohio, accom Anthony Molengmf at the plane. aowpted the ' inytUtVoa fca?e gon agalaat ida that Aanartcan history to tor waak tor cent Every one !K with a 'deeper and Trades ami Later JmtoJbiy and Mtss Leon panied by her sister, A. 9. Cfellgaalilagar, J. B. OhUganliTngnr, Praatdrat Woj Gtoocve ths i BagMohmaa to rstMontmr sad the ratairtry, bn vtere slur was navrrled to- more profound appreciation of Ten- - wU fe the prtMilMt JWKker at 41m HOatI PHONB. WTT ' nysoa'a grewt pottn, day oatotwattem. ' saMcy fan Irt-- fer aha Alnertean Lootarilte Labor Bstgsamn Htnmruitar on ThuiwAxeL Mw rmttMd Owe ftte MOONLIGHT YOU KNOW HIM-- Second-CU- tt long-prio- MONDAY, AUGUST 192L STEAMER EAST ST, LOUIS. 319-32- 1 t THOS. D. CLINES County Tax Commissioner rifty-fount- Fifty-sixt- h S0GIETY. 1 i As-quit- MRS. JOHN WOODBURY mo-Ur- n -- EQBHMHHMMHHBHHf hand-picke- d - Ir JmFmSk:JL 'ismam mmm i Courier-Journa- l, . steam-rolle- lat-ter- 's 7WSm r inw kt 65th Sale i . I o Dutchess Trousers Trousers Trousers Trousers Trousers Trousers Trousers lj nt Levy Bros. If. ultra-patriotis- m m COAL REDUCED JULY DELIVERIES FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921 wcfll-mea- nt Byrne Speed Coal Corporation NOW S. EISENBERG -- 0P 00 I;roxrlxt:ioix rolxZitss - n, KORTZ'S BAKERS D ck D7-98- 1 GENERAL CONTRACTORS ltt Mc-Ms- fill :srrc?oHrsr "ufci jkjsdaBxuL&aua.9 JUDGEGREGORY'SCONDEMNATIONOFDEMOCRATS One of His Bitter Attacks oh Democratic Party and Leaders Described by the Louisville Herald, July 19, 1917 The Republican Organ Said: "City Clique Denounced by Gregory and Former Judge Says Machine Represented on Ballot by Cronan, Linked With Lawless Saloons and Gambling Hells" Devotes Hour to Denunciation. Judgo Gregory's careful partlcularizatlon machino knows that ho will not enforce that the oloments composing the Louisville law. It this were not the case, ho would, "machino" loft no doubt as to the politi- net get a vote from that machine.'.' cal Organization described. . Mr. Cronan lias 'been Sheriff throe and Not all of Loulsvdllo public offlcors, he years, during two years of which said, are members of the machine. Some Judgo Gregory presided over tho Criminal of them aro honest and Independent men. Court. "In ail that time," Judge Gregory These men, however, are in office "not charged, "I have yet to learn that ho has because the machino wants them there, made a single effort to detect a. single but because they are Its grudging tribute offender, although tho town runs riot with to respectability." gamblers. You know and I Jtnow that he The Democratic organization, consisting could toy 'hands on dozens of them tonight." of the members of the City and County The same thing Is true of the pollco deExecutive Committee irom the chairman partment, tho speaker charged. Ho paid down, have been, captured "body and soul" tribute to tho police department, declaring by the 'machine," Judge Gregory declared. that it is highly efficient end capable In Tho organization, he pointed out, is created detecting ordinary kinds of crime. URGES MACHINE DESTROYED. under, the law as a Judicial bod to decide SAYS CRIMES PROFITABLE. party problems In aa impartial manner. Judge Gregory devoted moro than an Under the present regime, however, it has hour to a description of tho "machine" becomo simply an agency to be exploited "But when "It comes to crimes that are and its operations, and concluded with an by tho machine. profitable to the machine," Judge Gregory eloquent appeal to all free citizens to dedeclared, "that pollco. forco is as worthless stroy its power in Louisville by opposing DECLARES OBJECT GRAFT, as tho mummies In the pyramids of the its candidates in the coming primary. The Tho object of the LoulsviUo machine Pharaohs. only candidates to whom ho alluded by Judgo Gregory declared to bo "graft" "If a man should break Into this house name, however, as an agent of tho ma"the most .bounteous harvest of graft of tonight and steal a sack of flour, before chine, was Sheriff Charles J. Cronan, who which its development is capable." , As noon tomorrow the pollco would have him seeks tho mayoralty nomination. In beginning his address, Judge Gregory to tho-- success of the organization, he de In jail, with sufficient proof to send him expressed regret for inability to do justice clared. leaders of tho machino in Louls- - to the penitentiary. But, it your boy of IS "Tho to Tils subject, "A Crisis In Our City's vlllo could givo a post graduate course years goes to a protected saloon tonight he money will Affairs." His best effort, he declared, to the master political criminals of the can get as muchi Mquor aa his buy, In spite of tho law against selling to would give but a faint impression, of tho world." And if, dnflamed with drink, he minors. gravity of the crisis. Tho speaker then After somo general discussion of the goes on to the 'poolroom, he can bet all of proceeded, in judicial fashion, to define machine's methods, especially In the selec exactly what ho would mean when he used ition of candidates', Judgo Gregory said, his money on a horso race." Tho reason the saloons are not forced to the term "machine" during tho courso of "but lot's not deal in generalities. Lot's obey the law and gamblers aro not his address. specific. bo In this case the machino has Judge Gregory declared, is because selected for Mayor a man it knows will do INIQUITOUS. SOME ARE the machine's life depends on tho its bidding. It has selected a man who of criminal saloonkeepers and proprie""The term Is used promiscuously and would never havo been thought of for tors of .gambling hells. It must have their Some Mayor but lor the fact that tho machino loosely, Judgo Gregory declared. reap its harvest of graft and perpet'"machines" are good and perform useful know that he would do Its bidding. I refer aidr to powers." uate its Others aro Iniquitous, stifle to Charles J. Cronan." functions. Judgo Gregory concluded with a vigorous Shoriff Cronan, Judgo Gregory, continued, tho voice of freedom and paralyze tho hands appeal to citizens to aid in downing the has failed to show any qualification for of justice. Louisville, he declared, has been en- Sheriff other than readiness to do tho bid- machine. slaved hy a "machine" of the latter sort. ding of tho machine. His public record has "Tho machine," ho declared, "rampant, Tho machine here, ho said, is composed not revealed, he said, any qualification as brazen, grown' fat in a very revel of de- of men holding public office, of members ito party loyalty, fidelity in office, or execu- hauhcery and a saturnalia of crime, drunk with tho continued triumph of corruption, of tho Democratic City and County Execu- tive ability. Judgo Gregory gave a scathing arraign- will appeal to citizens 'not to give tho old tive Committee and precinct committeemen, of many men seeking city contracts, ment of Shoriff Cronan's announcement town a. bad name' by talking of these con of classes of persona who seek special that ho will suppress gambling, if elected ditions.' " privilege or immunity from the law, and Mayor. Tho proper answer to this plea, he delargo element of known and knows that ho will not enforce tho clared, is )to give the town a good name by "Ha further "of a c6nfessed criminals, many of them devel- gambling Haws," Judgo Gregory declared, destroying the machine which pormlts these oped by this infamous organization." "and every spoko in every Wheel of that evils to exist. Citizens of Louisville havo been enslaved a corrupt political "machine" whoso object of existence is to reap for its members "the most bounteous harvest of graft of which, its development Is capable," according to former Judge James P. Gregory, of tho Criminal! Court, who was the chief speaker at a Democratic rally at Frankfort Avenue and Kennedy Court last night. This machine, Judge Gregory declared, composed of political pirates, confessed criminals and other selfish or lawless elements, Is in partnership with lawless sa loons and gambling hems, ami has "grown fat in a very revel of debauchery and saturnalia of crime." by of one-ha- lf pun-Jshod, -r va PROPAGANDA Orleans. iAMUEL J. BOLDRICK Used Jn New United States Histories ami America's Wnr Record Censored. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER heretofore announced for the office of County Commissioner of Jefferson County, and I respectfully solicit your votes at the coming primary election. I promise, if nominated and elected, to do everything in my power to give the people of Jeffereon county an efficient and economical administration. In helding public office in the past it was my ambi-tio- n to give everyone a square deal, and that will be oiy sole desire in the future if honored witk your suffrage. SAMUEL J. BOLDRICK. I have British Praised For Hunker Hill and Children Taught to Rovero Englnml. , Mention of Katlinn Hnlo, Stephen Decatur, Betsy Ross and Others Omitted Entirely. SNEER AT OUR FOREFATHERS. IV, history Is shown In tho now school text books1 which minimize. England's Mame for the Revolution and tho war of 1812, and disparages tho ColonHsts. and famous American heroes. Our children are being taught 1n the public schools, a now version of our Inspiring colonial annals and caused to laugh at (the nation that it was English, tyranny our patriot fathers reMAIN sisted. CITY The hiistory of tho Revolution, enshrined dn tho hearts 140 sacredlypeople ifor a century and of 2547 a a free 320W.W1E'yTNUT."T half, te being reshaped to Servo lOUUMlltKY. International Interests under whose hypnotism of propaganda American REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPEOIAIBY g public opinion has been for five years in tho direction for a return, to English subjection. "Wo make no apology for the omission of many of the 'yarns' of American history." This sentence is Home Sites For Sale On Easy Payments. the prefatory keynote of tho Mc- -, bungalow; ten minutes' walk Laughlln and Van Tyne "History or Offer now five acres, four.room the United States for Schools" (re from city car, $500 cash, balance like rent. Address 209 S. Brook. vised 1919). Tho attitude declared Is not peculiar to this ono book. In late revisions of inany of our school histories spirited facts aro being manS studiously omitted. In what testly a concerted mtovomerit to weaken tho .patriotic morafle of the people lnsorar aa h Roof Painting nud Chimney Pointing a Specialty. American Guttering Spouting and springs from pride Hn tho principles 3019 West Market Street and performances of tho patriots of Phone Shawnco 1420-- L 1776 and 1812. J. 112. WELSH, MANAGER. McLaughlin and "Van Tyno omit outright any mention at all of Nathan. Hale, Steplven Decatur, Faneuil ed now directed That prc-EnsU-sh. at revising American propaganda Is Leading founders of our liberties are characterized by and Van Tyno as follows: "It is hard to realize how ignorant and superstitious were most of tho early colonists of America." "Patrick Henry, a gay, unp'ros-peroand hitherto unknown country lawyer." "Smuggling was so common that even a leading Boston merchant was known as 'the Prince of Smugglers.' " "Tho British soldiers who bad loft Boston at midnight neared Lexington in tho early morning of April 19, 1775. Adams and Hancock stole away across the fields." "Independence was not seriously thought of except by a few men like Great men and Samuel Adams. good patriots flllko Washington and Franklin were loath to think of such an outcome of the quarrel." "Hamilton is said to have explained at a banquet once, "The people, sir, is a great beast.' " "On the 4th of July, 1801, voters of a town in Connecticut drank to the toast: 'Thomlas Jefferson. May he receive from his fellow citizens tho reward of Ms merit a halter.' " "It is true that Americans often Bupplled British deserters with false papers to prove Amerldan otylzen- us thusiasm and thrill of heroism may bo dampened and deadened in accounts ot battles Is stunningly exemplified by their pair of authors In tholr passing mentjon of the battles of Lexington and Bunkor Hill. At Lexnlgton "Before tho smoke of the first yolley cleared aWay the little American band fled, leaving their dying companions." At Bunker Hill "Tho line of Englishmen came steadily up the hill, Its quiet, orderly ndvance watched by tho provincials behind the earthworks. Twice the British came steadily up the hill and foil back only to leave behind them windrows of dead and wounded comrades, mowed down by tho deadly Yankee fire. But British pluck triumphed." The definite causes of the American Revolution are In the plages ot this book obscure, and the serious student seeking hero tho principles and motives of the colonists will find only omissions, contradictions The Britand hopeless confusion. ish oppressions are in this book bo completely suppressed or plausibly condoned that no ground is loft which seems to Justify tho Declaration of Independence or resistance at arms. CENTRAL SOCIETY. AUGUST 6 PRIMARY red-coat- ed VOTE FOR L D. GREENE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the action of the Democratic BhlD" ftMfSSHl TINNERS goose-steppin- J. E. DAWKINS CO. West End Sheet Metal Works Groceries, Fresh Meats anil Vegetables 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE BOXBFHONBS - SCHULMAN'S GROCERY . WE DELIVER ' Boys, Hall, the Green. Mountain' Betsy Bow and the birth of the fisr. the quartediHT of troops and the to bribe: while British, attempt strJoUy minimising tiro patriot valor st Ltetn, Bunker Hill and New- - "We can afford now to laugh at our forefathers." However good may bo supposed the authority (for such statements as these, there is no question as to tho Impropriety of crowding out inspiring patriotic Incident to make However "really epace for them. Important" such assertions mar be supposed to be, there is no question os to their deadening effect upon the patriotic morale of school chllldren. Manifestly, there is, a motive in tho Insertion of such slanders which neither springs from nor is sustained hy their importance, oven were they true It Is the custom among tho recent revisers of our history to. omit entirely such famous slogans as "Wo have met the enemy and they are ours." "Don't give up the ship,' etc.; but McLaughlin and Van Tyno go further ttan their fellows and seek to destroy these inspiring slogans by disputing their authenticity. Of Lawrence's bravo last words. "Don't give up the ship," which Btlll ring in the ears of American seamen, this pair of authors say: " Ftght tho ship until she la sunk,' BOonr to havo been his real words, and tho others are the wfcrds ot the boy who took his mossago on deck." Of Ethan Allen's demand upon tho commander of Tlctonderoga that ho surrender "in the name of tho Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress" these authors remark: "So Anen afterward declared. He had no right to demand the fort in the nam of the- Continental Congress, for Ms eommissein was from Cenneetteut." How completely .the glow of en - Tho Central Society la chopslng Fort Wayne as Its 1921 convention city made a very appropriate selection as the history ot the Hobslor city is replete with events that had, a vital bearing' upon tho nation. Numerous also aro tho many spots that tell the story ot Catholic achievement. It was in this city, that has honored his memory, that the illustrious Gen. Wayne, more commonfly known as "Mad Anthony," fought his memorable battles with tho Indiana at the conrivers, two of fluence of three whtcb bear the Christian- - names ot St. MaTy and St. Joseph, Father Ailouez, the Intropid Jesuit, and missionaries made other heroic their way along these streams when this section of tho United States was nothing but a wilderness, briniging Christianity to the original Americans. Fort Wayne, with Its many landmarks of Catholicity, will call to tho minds ot the thousands who participate In Catholic! day tho zealous labors ot the. holy men and women1 of tho Catholic' faith. High mass on August 7 wiir be celebrated by His Excellency Archbishop .Bonzana, Apostolic Delegate. Right Rev. Michael Gallagher, Bishop of Detroit, will deliver the sermon. In the a mammoth parade headed by various uniformed ranks, and with thousands' In line, will wind its way through the streets, the day concluding with a mass meeting presided over by Hon. Michael Girten. Buwtnooe sessions will open Monday and eoattaue three days, hist-toric- al Tables, Bowling Alleys. Sunnlles and Accessories. display. Sold on tho Club Plan easy payments. party POCKET BILLARD TABLES Authorized dealers for The Brunswick-Balke-Collend- er . Samnla tahlna line of nn JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, ICY. 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Tho largest International convention ot the Knights of Columhus will he held in San Francisco, TICKETS Served Everywhere ,AAAAAAAAAAAAAr ng August 2 and' ending August 5, Thousands of Knights and MAIN467-.CIT- Y their women folks are already arriving on. llje coast 1n special trains from the East and tho Middle West to roll up tho total' ot approximateFOR FERN GROVE! ly 25.000 visitors that the K. ot C INCORPORATED International meet will bring to tho city by tho Golden Gate. The Ken AND KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, tucky Stato cpunciL will ue repre sented my seven ueiegaies anu' as who will bo West 0203 many alternates, delegation, ot acShawnee 890 companied, by a For excursion season of Mayor James1 Rolph, Jr., nnd 1921 has a few more J his city fathers liavo appointed a committee of 100 prominent San dates still open. Better Franciscans of all denominations to secure dates now before $ greet The Knights and arrange for entertainment while in the their all are taken. Apply at city. Supreme Knight James A. Wharfboat, Third and Flaherty has the army ot Knights on their march westward! and will River. sound tho keynote of tho conven Phones Main or City tion, known as tho "America First" 141. convention, because the Knights of FOR A GOOD Columbus plan to launch a gigantic C. C. FULLER, American history mlovoment. which Superintendent expenditure ot will call for the inoro than a million dollars' in time and labor for tho preparation ot a now popular history ot the United 40G9 WEST MARKET STREET States from original sources Other Important works that tho Knights Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner will Initiate at this convention are their national fight on tho wliito plague and the now phase of their hospitalization and educational W Make a Specialty or All Branches of Dentistry, work for veterans ot the war, tho Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. ffo latter to cost approximately 55,000. 000. The convention will lay new 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET nlans for the conduct of tho K. of already which have C. schools, Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. praduated free more 150.000 Phone City 4C93 former service men Inthan kinds of City 4503 Phone all tochnlcaiU courses. It will also ue caWed upon to ratify tho K. of Homo Phone, City 809 nlan to maintain scholarships in B. STRAUSS & CO. twenty recognized colleges and universities tor 500 young veterans of To HclpYou With Your Cleaning MAKERS OF Phone TJs Now. the war. STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN SOCIAL STUDY COURSE. "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" LOUISVILLE, KY. Incorporated 23C SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Beginning dn 1909 and continuing to 1917, the Central Bureau of 333-33- 5 WEST MAIN ST. anconducted tho Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City nual Central Vereln City 135 Main courses of social study in order to encourage such study and to promote an understanding of the Christian social system It advocates, 2106 PORTLAND AVE. the system ot Solldarism. These courses, interrupted during tho war, NOW IS D 'op in and Get Acquainted are to be revived, the first being Phone Shawnee 1416 immediately scheduled to bo hold following the annual convention, of A. T. the Central Vertfln, August 7 to 10, Overhauled and Cleaned the dates for tho course being1 DRUGGIST tho lectures and August KY. LOUISVILLE, to bo held at Sacred Heart COR. PRESTON AND CHESTNUT STREETS Academy, Fort Wayne. There will MAIN 9357; CITY C71 PHONES 1fotll TO On the nnnhnlilv Tift M E. G. HEARTICK :: evening of Wednesday. August 10; City21Sl East 2173 remaining lectures to ue given West 9200 the Phono Your Wants To Shawnee S00 afternoon on Thursday morning, 915 E. Broadway. nnd. Avonlntr. ntul Friday morning C. should .i.f.A.t.AiTiA.tAiTiiti Aiti AitiAAit.A.t.A.t.AA and afternoon. Applications bo sent to tho Ceneral Bureau, CUT RATE DRUGGIST Temple Buiild.in'g, St. Louis. AND MARKET STREETS N. E. COR. TWENTY-SIXTLOWEST PRICES ATTAR WINE RULES. QUALITY HIGHEST Order a Case Sent Home CONSUMERS' COMPANY STEAMER AMERICA Moonlight Trips. CENTRAL ' t viesior visitors. BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT I OHIOKEN DINNER yyyyVVyyVVVV Drs. Harrison and Strassburgj A Boarding School for Ybung Ladles and Girls, conducted by the Sisters ot Charity of Nazareth. Courses: Primary, Intermediate and Special attention given to Music, Art and Dressmaking. AfAcademic. filiated with the Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Accredited to tho Kentucky Stato University. Terms modorato. WAKES FROM LONG SLEEP. For Catalog, etc., Apply to Asleep since March 22, Michael SISTER SUPERIOR, Fitzgerald, aged thirteen, 6on of SAINT VINCENT, KY. Mrs. H. C. Seekamp,' 510 Bast Market street, awoke Saturday afternoon for the first time for eighteen weeks, beginning two days before FOURTH AND PARK AVENUE Palm Sunday, tho hoy luld. lain In a stupor, never Housing. Ho was glvon CONDUCTED BY THE DOMINICAN SISTERS. food, consisting ot broth and through a tube. Dr. Carl Weld-nePrimary, Preparatory, Commercial Courses. Music and Art. pr., and Or. Carl Weldner, Jr., Gymnasium Classes, French Course throughout, Domestic have been in constant attendance. Eighteen pints of whisky have been Science, Sowing. Homo Nursing taught. Now Playground Apparatus installed. given the patient since tho start of his Illness. Michael hadi been at tending school and, had passed an examination admitting him to the Male High. School a short timo before ho became dll. Ho told memA select boarding nnd day school for girls comprising academic, bers of his family ho was suffering from headache. On Saturday, March preparatory nnd business departments. Special attention given to art, 19, his condition became worse and music, elocution nnd language. Affiliated with tho Catholic University, tho following Tuesday ho dropped Washington, D. C. Accredited to tho Kentucky Stato University. For" tho liiformntlon apply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, a stupor. Throughout Into weeks following tho boy barely 8115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. stirred. Physicians kept up the bat-tland several days ago a. change for tho better was noted. The boy began to have short periods of consciousness and Saturday recognized Thirty-fiftand ICudd Avenue, Louisville, Ky. members of tho family. His physicians say Michael will bo in a weakA Boardinff and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, Conened condition for. months jot, but that ho had an excellent chanco to ducted by the Sisters of Loretto. Preparatory, Commercial and recover. No cause for the 4ong sleep Academic Courses. 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Ask n number of business men who have employed our graduates they know. For superior merits ot system, quality oB instruction nnd economy of cost you can not equal It. Sco us nnd wo can tell you why. Wojdo not close during tho summer months. Ono may enroll any time, as wo give both Individual nnd class Instruction. Both Day nnd Night classes In Penmanship, ShortBook-keeping, SUMMERSCHOOL '"THE CREAQER BUSINESS SCHOOL Guilders Elect. Co: SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE . LOUISVILLE, KY. I THE TIME SCHREIBER FURNACES canvas. The seating capacity of the arena is 4,000. St. Camlllus' church annex, as the arenoi now Is called, affords a picturesque scene on Sundays. Its walls, plastered with fight posters and sport pictures are in sharp contrast to the center ot tho ring, where Father Brady, In hl? ecclesiastic robes, offers the mass. TAKES LEGION PLACE. WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Motion Pictures, Church, School; Home GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. Fourth Floor 423 South Fourth Street Tito Goose on Wrapper Is Assurance- That Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes - 10-1- 2, t $1.00 ARTHUR H WOERTZ Hemstitching i. ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Louisville National Bank New prohibition regulations covering the distribution of wines for DRUG COMPANY McDANIEL religious purposes: have been almost SOUTH 0122 completed, it was t&ld Saturday nt SEVENTH AND BROADWAY CITY 2524 Revenue Bureau in tho Internal PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST Washington. The rules being prepared, officials 6ald, are designed' to PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST QUALITY OF DRUG Insure churches obtaining the same STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE etnmlnnl nf saeramon'tal wines to which they wore accustomed before WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE the ban was put on wholesale liquor dealers under an opinion by Former Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer. Buttons Pleating Braiding Beading Beaked Bags Repaired Rassell Service Shoppe Boston Building Nellie Russell, Manager. 307-- 8 Capt. Thomas J. Bannigan, ot Hartford, Conn., recently elected NaAre the Original. Manufactured By tional Vfco Commander of the American Legion In. place ot Major J. G. Emery, who succeded tho late Col. INCOHPOJU.TBD Galbraith as Comlmnnder, is a Cath.Louisville, Ky. olic. Ho was born In Utlca, N. Y., 1201 Story Avenue. where his mother still resides, and waa educated In tho public schools and the Academy ot thie Assumption. He has been a resident ot Hartford for more than, ten years and has been active in the affairs of the Capt. Ban Knights of Columbus. PRESTON AND BURNETT nigan has just established head' quartern at the Massachusetts Stato headquarters of tho Legion in Bos Uotk Phones Hoth Phones ton. ASK YOUR GROOER GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL MOTHER PRAXEDES' JUBILEE. MAGIC SOAP COMPANY STEHLIN'S BAKERY KREAM FRYDKAKES LOUISVnjLE CREAM FRIED CAKTa CO., JOSEPH R. KIRWAN That Arc Comfortable, Light and Durable. iHt fcMryi&n DLtviiw RECEIVES STUDENTS. i w. Building, former Walker Blrtg. CHA'S. SCHUPP EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS SOFT DRINICS AND HOT LUNCH SHAWNEE 905 THE BEST IN THE CITY DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED Popo Benedict on Friday ot last week received a group of twenty Amnrfrvin Pnholtft attldemts who were presented by Monslgnor Slat- tery, Assistant uenerai ot xne Tho Pontiff in America. seeing oTtirfti wiUsfaotion. athoped tho their American students and visit to Homo would bo advantageous to them in their future careers Afterward ho Imparted the Apostolic benediction. uar-molit- es SHERIFF Republican Primary. Thursday Mother Rrnxedes celeanniversary brated tho twenty-fiftof her election as Mother General of tho Lorettino Sisters, who devote their lives to teaching. The exercises were reMglous1 and .the Loretto mother houso was in festive attire for tho occasion. Mother P.raxedes was tho recipient of many handsome presents .from loving and devoted friends, who wish her many more years as Mother General ot this grand order. h Incorporated WEST END SCREEN WORKS JOIIF WEISS, BUILDER AND MAWAGEK Alterations, Repairing, Jobbing and Store Fixtures Phono City 1840. 1 17 K. Fourth St. INTO VISITATION HOME. Tnmna of tho Visitation Homo are now moving Into their now anacommodious houso on Fourth avetmi Hot Ghilc and All Kinds of Sandwiches BOB HAWES FOR FOCH DAYS. The K. ot C. wilt organize two great demonstrations in nunor ui X. GARGOTTO, Prop. Marshal Foch, one In Now York and S08 WEST MARKET STREET one in Chicago, the latter to bo the HOT AND COLD LUNOH SOFT DRINKS largest outpouring ot Knights of DROP IN AND OET ACQUAINTED TODAY PHONE CITY 2955 over hold in the history ot the organization. It is scheduled for November t. Home Phone, Parkway 50 JNO. P. MORTON &CO. Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J PASSPORT REFUSED. rinin-mhii1 JOHN CUNEO'S RESTAURANT Fire and Automobile Insurance Prompt and Efficient Service City 3728 "Main 1429 aro being completed and as fast as Phone City 7555 1053 Goss Avenue rooms are made ready tho boarders An extension conpossession. tako necting the houso on the 6outh with HL TULLY the main huildlng has been made, unnecessary to go out in making 1t FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS the weather to pass from ono houso SOFT DRINK STAND ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH to the other. THE BEST IN THE CITY COVINGTON. CITY 3328 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY nun,. TfonfnfllrVL ImnrovflmGnts JOHN TAPHORN 309 STARKS BUILDING INCORPORATED FRED WARNS, JR. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 'TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. TMJtPHONB YOUR DRUG WANTS established 1806 STATIONERS LealsrllU, Ky offiom ouTFrrarag FBINTW Maple Tree Garden Eighteenth and Beraheim Lane LIBERTY SHOE SHOP EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. Frank P. Walsh, counsel) for tho American Committee on Irish Independence, was refused a vise to iii niusnort to Europe so that ho might visit England. Walsh, who is American adviser to Eamonn do Valora, declared In his application that his mission was ono ui and legal business. DESTRUCTIVE INVENTION. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Glaziers are now completing the work of eettlng six beautiful art Homo Phono City 82 CAND GO. glass windows, which are the gifts priests and friends, in the Most Attractive Restaurant Near of Boveral MANUFACTURERS Covington Cathedral, Each window Union Station.) tejls a beautiful story, and tho FINE CANDIES artistic group Is in perfect harmony with the balance 06 tho elaborato Geo. Waidlein Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty decorations of the beautiful edifice. GOODIE Restaurant a Specialty. s LEAVES (Paudi FOR COAST. Delicious Pastries inw Soft Di'ink Stand FRED SOIHOK, Frop. Home Phone, Shawnee 899 FINE SHOE REPAIRING Work Called For and Delivered 3827 WEST MARKET Shawnee 2702-STREET L the Kentucky Department of EdN. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson ucation, left Monday for, San, Francisco, Cal., to attend the national convention ot the Knights ot in Meagher, former chief clerk 017 West Brondwnj, Tjouisville 1930 West Market Phono Shawnee 2347 Street ARCOLA HOT WATER nEATTNG ue, RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER GAS Ann Is JOHN F. WILL OOX0KETX CONSTRUCTION COMPANY lUtaferced Conerete, Wrecking, lEMnttac Md GraaiteM Work GBNHRAIi CONTRACTORS JOHN B. WATHEN rURNTTURa MOVING AMD FACKDMI and smokeless and recoil. 1 from ono to five miles a P hurl a which may be developed projectile ot five tons from 200 to 300 miles. The weapon h? noiseless IvyVPTlMonS !.. It (turf a. gun with a velocity ranging second, September 21 and 22, has been is Meagher Is Grand Knight sued by Dr. M. J. Slattory. executive of tho Frankfort Council and was secretary of the organization. Dio- selected as ono of tho delegates to ceses not yet organized mfay send represent tho State Council at the three delegates, who will bo selected national convention. by the ordtoaTy. HELD FOR NAVY. SARTO CLUB MEETS. fires without THE BLATZ QUALITY .. SEWERAGE). 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Phones City 5826; Main 1264 FITTTNa NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING. IB -- fhfcwM, tm TJAWTBRK PARKWAY voxq tMBAxem MAwam im vr rot faal itlA. A M 11 Q 1 (inila although only tety-e-lgftWownl Ootoicil jrf &re in actlva sendee. vewtlon of the wMk n Wh-tagto- a are to mwv CttH4!c Ma to fef on board sad Md uf wid 11 submarine llated as in comraieetea, ' Mce-letoa- : The United States navy has 104 ot these The reiaatader for repairs. crews e WMrwr 1W Ttoday, UPIIOLSTEIILNG, PAINTS AND VARNISHES The Sarto Literary Club met this CARL STOLL, PRESERVE AND BEATJTD7Y week at tho home of iMrs. William Main street, New Shades, Curtain HaBgers, P. Stein. Hfi Brt Moderate Prices Window Gleaning Oil Intert-stiw- r Shades. Albany. Ppe were Best Service discuaaed, . as SHELBY ST. SOUTH 5 jwd. and live tflptei Office and Works i oreumW. prcwa-nrrCOP,trdDUtin,XO LOUISVILLB, KY. 218t E. St. Catherine. Phone 319-32- 91 '' ' - ' ; c KENTUCKY 4 XifclaSI AJMtESXfelO'3LJL WALL PAPER--250,00- 0 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. . BgE , wKl ) SHINGLES Hnd mens furnishings J flHfin'W HRSJ-ii " BlBaLiaaBiaiaaaaBiiKS ''' 'rlmKmKKttatA HBHBHBBbHHBiW'T VsBBBiHltniHiDF raYM JRP J?KSWBHy V-- '?&& aMiialiRaBaHiaaaaaHbfl &3Bfc..Ta1'(tCS',;; fiiaSiHaBSaaHiaaaaaaam v " yfcfc "JBHIRBbB9 K .. .a aariaafaaaiaaagaiaa r" MmMnHBUnaBftH 4ZS9 Jr Because wo secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there are patterns and kinds snitablo for every room, from your kitchen to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooPapers m amss r fmf,JattrtsrmZ;i9i AVCX3M&r7SO 1S J VTHES FLOORING FROM 1 OENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers ORT At R. A AT 801 EAST MARKET STREET arovtc STrmr.uv It mMrM.m9MM ft St. $1.00 oVin,gS. Ac,count Pl8ia S Bank in the State.t the Largest and to 430 X. Sraeklmrlajraf Branca Tara ui wltefc. C.ta. National BanK of Kentucky PIFTH AND MAIN STREET. When you liave bottles to sell see us. linvn n tarim crflr of all kinds. ii(,v wiwwn. BOTTLES U2U-02- 8 When you want to buy bottles we City 8714 F. W ALWESS & SON KiMVnHBiElBMESLl' 'aattaMHaHsaflLRHB Fehr Avenue STEIN'S Lowest Price Market the in S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. ....... Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial, City 448D; Main 1058 . NEW O. COAL YARD S. T. COAL CO. - - MACARONI EGG NOODLES City OFF Joyed ,.,., The Knights of Columbus by tholr able bodied comrades 1,y them, chairs places of amusement. m,ntn Thn New York City, to the Polo Grounds to see a ball gamo. TO CHEER THEIR FAVORITE have .found a way to give helnless SPAGHETTI K TEAM mon t0. nii i. iIL ?.'.... i "m basoball .8?me, U' P i ensures en-oth- er theaters and Hospital, In Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Etc., at Lowest Prices Home Phono City 3050 R. JLIPS Manufacturer of Harness and Dealer Men's and G. in A. ENGELHARD & SPINS CO. PENDENNIS Inc. na Boys' L.K0ELLNER PLUMBER 628 S. SECOND STREET Both Phones 2344 SUCCEEDS LATE CARDINAL. On Monday announcement was made in Rojne that Pope Benedict had appointed Right Rev. Michael J. Clirlev. RfKlirm nr St Ainr-- ti to the Archbishonrlo. nf Tlnltlmm-BIsJiop Curley was1 ordained March 19, 1904, and consecrated June 30, The office of Archbishop of Baltimore was held by the late 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. 7TU for Front and Rim tiS Fori Corns Tel Tjf SHOCK ABSORBERS Servlc-t- - MASON GOSS Highland 841 " CHAS. J. MERIWETHER tiolCari. 2d and Slnllnii Liberty 8473 HOME PHONE CITY 2528 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY DESIGNER AND BUILDER THE VERY BEST ujuuons. KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City 2712 ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 ' RETURN THANKS. Phones Main 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OP ALL KLNDS Weekly Savings Club :START ONE UN, SLATE AND TDLE ROOFING The children of Hilv nvinHv school, whose booth) at the parish picnic last week Jed a!l the others, ask the Kentucky Irish American to extendi their thanks to the public fori the liberal patronage, and to Wood-- ! ruff & Kemper for the decorations. This Is merhnnn Mim flmt lmo Vin the children of a parish have been more successful than, their elders. CHICKEN HENRY FISCHER UAXTER AND BREOKLNRIDGE '' ROM EAT ES" EVERYTHING TO I WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT East 9153 ATVn 0Ea j. nrnxrir nflR ? n ! PORK PACKER DOLL HOSPITAI RUBBER Boiled Hams' a Specialty GALL US FOR 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. CITY 1705 THIS MONTH WITH THE SUPPER. I THtES PUT ON DOLL BUGGIES AND MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC 217 WEST MARKET STREET JOHN RECCIUS' SONS Broken Dolls Repaired IRISH: cITy g20c WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Let Me Figure On Your New Homo Alterations Mode Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 637 All Style H. C. LARSEN Successor to WM. F. SHABER CO. -- HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ROOF PAINTING, GUTTERING, GENERAL JOB WORK SPOUTING ANIT KY. ROOFING, 730 South Twelfth Street, Between Broadway and Maple ' LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, CITY 2614 A. L. GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 D HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW AND SECOND-HANSLIGHTLY WORN MEN'S AND LADffiS' SHOES AND CLOTHING AT THE LOWEST PRICES RALPH DAVIS COP.. PRESTON AND WALNUT CITY 8230 WE BUY AND SELL C. HOT AND COLD LUNCH SOFT DRINKS OYSTERS IN SEASON PHONE CITY 1503 J. KEMPER SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES 041 WEST MARKET STREET Incorporated PRES0REPTI0N DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always' Appreciated ' PARK 500 PARK 262 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Tho parishioners of Holy Trinity AUTO LAUNDRY church, St. Matthews, under the leadership of Itev. Father Bohlson, GADDIE & ROSENHAM Fourth and Central Avenao. FOR ALL PURPOSES their pastor, are making active preparations for a grand country Kentucky Consumers ON Company 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET Ilicnto on the beautiful nnd dh.iilv LoalsTille AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS Kentack? grounds on Wednesday, church Watch Crystals Ptttnil "On August 10. There will be numerHOME PHONE, CITY 7570 Watch and Jewelry Repairing WORK DONE PROMPTLY ous amusement attractions', In adOatcy Drug Co. dition to which tho tisrtinl ovoMlont The Radius Jewelry Shop Incorporated m chicken mmum- - uHll snmiut 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Father Bohlsen and the women of SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND his church invite all Neit to Rex Theater their city BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT friends and promise them a prompt ACCURACY Open Ercnings Until 0 P. U. CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A and satisfactory service. SPECIALTY Bardstown Road and Longest Ave. VARIETY WOODWORK TT.nrDr Highland 1169 RETURNS "FRrift RETREAT. East 9168 W EAST JEFFERSON ST. nmrr, HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES -- ... ivrfa, VUKUSJV Tho Rev. Father Raphael, C. P., HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, All IClnds of Footwear' For tho gave q very successful and' well atBAXTER AVholo Family tended' retreat for the members or METAL WORKS CHAS. P. GALAS, St. Ann's parish, .near Kankakee, Two IIAMDLY'S Stores TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFDSG 111. Ladies' Hats A Specialty. It closed last Tuesday, the feast 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 oi St. Ann. Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing City 1308. 210 S. Third Roof PaIntlng a SpecJUty 18th and Magazino City 7104 Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits MEMORIALS TO CHAPLAINS. CHIMNEY POINTING 442 BAXTER AVE., at Underbill Pressed end Dry Cleaned. SEB POOLEY FOR MONBY. Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1715 Rev. Michael J. O'Connor, of St, Loans to those having regular In. Peter's church. Camhrldce. has been East G72 Highland 72 wines or salary, with no publicity named, liv f3vv. Pny. nf ALnwinntm. P. B. r red tape. Loans to housekeeper! Rf(R. fn Rfrr nn n si'nflplnl pnm'mtii. PLY SCREENS ' h their personal security. sion which ds to provide for placing METAL WEATHER PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN STRIPS In the Stata House suitable memoriV. R. POOLEY, HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRING als In recognition of the services of Estimates Furnished toaai 1, Courier-JournBuilding. 'Massachusetts chaplains during- the ADAMS & BALLWEY Fixtures Furnished 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET war. Father O'Connor served as a 415 S. Fourth Street. 078 BAXTER AVENUE HIGHLAND 704 chaplain, overseas. LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Guy Leber GLOBE SECURITY & LOAA GO "WELCOME MONTHLY, Cbas. Leber Home Phone, Shawnee 803 looorporato. Starting with a subscription '1st A. Lazar, Manager HENRY GOSS will have Money Advanced on Your rials Dm of 750,000, Columbia ffp.nnclspn Its ROOFING, INTERIOR DECORATORS Official birth In San GUTTERING, SPOUTING net VAnmA.f nn . 812 West Jefferson 8tav August 1 on the eve of the llUHk, PHONE, CITY 2700 Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted (Second Floor) convention of tho Knights LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty Home Phone City 2967 or coiumuus, by which organization it "will 3011 WEST BROADWAY be published. The n1.11ra7.ln A la tlio latrvat oiinrnvlc City 6910 Res., Shawnoe 1863-ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY of the K. of C. Who. are JjuIIding PROGRESSIVE WORK a $500,000 building In New Haven, Co. with EVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE printing presses and Incorporated FLOYD AND JIARKET equipment 6f every kind to LOUISVILLE, KY. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION. Wo Heartily Recommend the publish it. Columbia will be a naBoth Phones TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND tional monthly and will be the Co. IT'S A equal of any pnbllshetk "HAYRIDB PARTIES" BOTH PHONES 299 1129 WEST MAIN STREET IHISH IN CHICAGO. South Louisville Bank Oil and Grease ACCESS Ernest OTTO J. OSTER mZTir. SHEET HAWKINS al LEBER BROTHERS intor-natoln-al n.. L Sullivan Transfer te Progress Laundry MENDING DONE FREE "STAR" TIRE Incorporated PHONES H. A.' DOLL CONCRETE JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUB Home Phono, City W98 i H.B0SSE$S0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 CO. WORK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE Either Phone J CASKETS AND l LOUISVILLE CEREAL MILL UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE1 ONLY) IRISH POLICE FORCE. A. KOERNER & CO. Plans for the complete reconr MORE LUMBER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Grits, Hominy, Cora Flour, leal, etruotlon of the Irish police force "Yoh Will Do Better at Sparrier'a" R. A. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Is used in the construction of .nog sau x'touu I Dairy, are under consideration by tho Irish! 2114 WEST MARKET STREET your home thau any executive. Tho nnlnia nnlcr ,1fo. FANCY GROCERDS9 AND DELI- artDRUGS OFFICE AND YARD: ILOYD AND .BLOOM STREETS erial. We furnish the other lumcusslon include the early dlsband-meCATBSflHN FRBSH MHATS b9st Pbonee Skawnee 1243. Camberland FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS Prescriptions Oar Specialty ber at reasonable prices. 'City 3069;South 1265 ot the auxiliaries and the 1 179. AND, VBGBTABLBS ' LOUISVILLE, complete reorgantatlon of the ' ' SEE US ' ' KY. "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" t, Rtavnl Trlfifii rnnAtaHiillarv ami SPURRDSR GROCERY 00. SHOES FOR PHONES: BETTER Fhee, Orty 4300 OUR BEST SALESMAN IS merging the Dublin Metropolitan & BROADWAY Caaab. P&oae, Mala J580-- 1 Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 police In a newly constituted ftfrce GOING GOOD SERVICE LESS "MONEY Home, City 1881 and 1882 in wnicn au tne men now serving ShairuM 1817 Phone West 8ES IT SO CALL haye the optloa. Qf JoJning. WILL B. MILLER Hubbuch Sr. & Son FOURTH AND BILL STRKBTS iLDJNG SHOE CO. MATTHEW HAMMON Koaae Phone, City 7804 COMPANY BLACK AND TAN .KAIDS. K. A. aczayy (7&M. B. Xrsyp Dealers In Camb. Plume, West 412-TWELFTH AND OLDHAM ' RBSDDKNOB, 1051 KABT MARKKT of the High Rent District Raldlne1 ennvpntk wan a nart nt Homo Phone, City 7005 the. warfare carried on by the piack mnrK'V'mT AVTI MAPLB ST8. FOR WALL PAPIK AKD XUCW CITY 27E0 & KKAPP'S HZAT MARKIT sniTTw 7to Rnl Tana 4n. fivlflnfl' tf oma .it.. lETerilngs tfntll Nine. O'cleek ' ALL HOURSDAY OR NIGHT ':w FALLg CITY HALL BLDG., closed by two American girl, SMa . WboIeMde and Retail n.iwg ana eire u. Kobert, who X1M-11bxbv, rmx, T3U& jjto WM8T MARKBT ST. Bunera Cigar were among; the jMueengers Jut AMD Perfecto Both Phones 2408 (the Xlada t 9mu, all on Baltic. Both of Schroer's smoicers Xnti 1809 WSST MABKWC STREET 4a Olftvaland. J1 wlin W EUTLINGER & CO. (UNION MADS) OSTRADER & HARRIS 898 RAT JFFMtOW BTKSWp said; "The Bfcuifc and. Tana made a ResMeaee Jhone Shawnee 122-- J 2d mnd on our S I?" m9 niht, Adolpb ReatllBger ome Phone, City 6041 AMERICAN COLLEGE ALUMNL raw MAWOliad ooyB( Twntlrafji nt and PJIARMAOY Ko. 2 . erven th Wait St. nl XATJ?T OI2N8US. i Mothar AiuwrimFDUI QfSUHAMGI yn ca'a riaM.. nunc and th JHROER BROS. fhnrni tni mlnr Wei, l.myy sin rmZt. t It . P60HTMWTH AXD MADiSOKSpS. lS3ii for Feinew. , Th 'Aooxrdinr ,to f die vrktrntm nvwner of Um iluwai looktn and Tanalnn atitt tsaugwrt-in- c to tai populationthe 1urf. numttam. wa ofi mm rrffliTUi . lutaHN- . TORNADO, UAHOUTY AND are o Iretaad or ko AToencan oouet 01 JUMtue Biaek mr; sxnmmuM. amlnvaniUon in. plt jBryBRsoN oC the 4,lo.,KU, of which Catholic form PLATH GIiAM is dm unitea mate. traee," 78 per cent, or 8,WJ,e70. 111 OUTM THIRD 1TRWPT OloMc o "NONESUCH" incorporatea Manufacturers of the Celebrated Brand 600 JOHN BJ. BROADWAY NATIONAL CASKET 00. Eleventh Incorporated and Magazine Streets Portugal with forty-on- o is credited the Smallest fltrnrn nf nnv nation. With With G6.7S6 Alxth. Thnno nhnvn 20,000 Include England, Norway, Austria, Hungary and Canada. showing the foreign-bor- n O. E. Davis population of Chicago L. P. Blackburn by countries of birth' were announced 'Wednesday by the Census BLACKBURN & DAVIS CITY 688 mirv-au- . snowing roiana in tne Jeaa PLUMBING AND HEATING with. 137,011. Germany second with; 112,288 and Russia third with 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE All. others are less than 102..095. Home Phono, Crescent 71 60,000 each, but the grand total - KENTUCKY leirtwlfi aid for the city Is 805,482. Italy is LOUISVILLE -- -fourth, Sweden ftfthv and Mreland iVrellmlnary figures CO. SERVICE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT MAIN 3661 CORNS.BUNIONS Akwrad Mtih L On OAKS er-on- SdtffkHy TruM Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED Ktk mmm C Or. Uriah Z. Litsty OhirayMilat SO? iStarka Beta Pho?M BalULti B. RATTERMAN THIRD PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 & SOUTHERN fcurnituro, Diamond, and al other Property at Howe.t Kate, la City PEOPLE'S PROVU)ENT LOAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated S. E. COB. THIKD AND JEPPXKSOW 303 COSSMAK BUHDINO ' .'A s Fine's Pharmacy nt Wt N p-- THIRTY-rOURT- H FISHING? Joseph W Frank Hartman Sons KIKKOWS PHONES: COAL Water OU8I JAINTIR3 DIOORATORS M ar-rivi-og tTilr-loji- n CASH CO. r.- Ti mni: rirN r trtiiu iM&&MM$M&MkkM I BG&JSHFTXl&XClt XJtxm&i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVcAAAAAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAAAAAg RECENT DEATHS. sixty-thre- e, AJMEHJJBexO-aJBi- r PHONE 2635 1 For Best Service Men's two-piece and Quality of Work in the City f $150 .- Funeral services for Charles D. 719 Albert, Bancroft street, were held Tuesday morning (Today, at St, Martin's church. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Molly Albert; his mother, Mrs. Augusta. Albert, and a sister, Mrs; Edward 3$W$5$S$ BASEBALL MttSWltIHStl0HIMWItSHOM j Tomorrow, Monday ii i IHEKMAN I. poUffTHAvenue LOUISVILLE vs. Resenwd seats STOUSJ SONS incomrrox MARKeT.STWBT J I Evening and fancy dresses Cotton dresses Plain skirts Pleated skirts suits suits Men's three-piecMen's light weight overcoats.. Men's medium weight overcoats Wool and silk dresses e i v gflaeBaaaaaBT 5il: Day. We aire and Redeem Oald "Trading: Stamps. . 1,75 2.00 . $2.00 to 2.25 2.50 to d.UO to 2:00 -- ... - l75 Waists ' 1.00 AVcn2-00 White Material 25c Extra Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks (saaBeM "wAS BHBasasaKiJti--BBleBBlBaBase- tasaesaaaael i $l.bUup PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY I HARRY B. DRIVER .PROPRIETORS 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. SONli JOSEPH R. K1RWAN Primary. SHERIFF AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa j Republican Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer excellent Coffee, This means only another decrease over the old prict for this Coffee. Thk is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. MTERURBAN three pounds for 85c 317 West Liberty Next To Interurban JOHN M. MULLOY 212 TTBST MARKET STREET. Established 1888 Phones 1323 Both Station South 847-Citr 4597 Job Work Promptly Attended To W ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT BATHS WATERS APARTMENTS Furnuhed For Housekeeping and Furniahed Rooms Phone City 4240 QIC LEO H. WEBER Designer and Builder of Furnished MODERN HOMES West Chestnut Plans and Estimates Cheerfully 1216 SOUTH PRESTON FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet OAJjTj STREET F. P. Valinoti Electric Co. "Wo Uso the. Golden Rule" 913 WES.T MARKET STREET KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS City"4782" - DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST - SWISS CLEANING-- OF- Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting of proper glasses. John Chester Blanford1, twenty-tw- o years old, machinist, diedi Tuesday night following an operation for appendicitis. Besides his widow, Mrs. Lillian ,ZolIcr Blanford, he Is survived by hfs father and several Funeral brothers end sisters. services were held Thursday after noon at St. William's church. Monday evening Frances Schutz, beloved, wife of Valentine 'Schutz, 1010' Logan street, was called from earthly cafes, leaving many who Besides her mourn her death. husband she leaves four children, 'Raymond, Valentino and Leo. Thelma Sclrutz. Her funeral serv ices woro held Thursday morning at St. Vincent do Paul's church. Funeral service for Mre. Adeline years old, widMahoney, forty-nin- e ow of John A. Mahoney, who died Tuesday morning at her home. 1304 Highland avenue, were held Thursday morning at St. Brlgld'e church. She 1st survived by a daughter, Mrs. OHe Burch, Mt. Washington; 'six brothers, John W Charles O., Edward E., James C Lawrence R., and Richard H. Kelty. and" her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelty. The funeral of Charles Mature, Camp street, who had made 43 many friends 'here, took place Wednesday morning at St. Vincent do Paul's church. He had planned to start for Australia next week to bring to this country his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Mature, and) their Besides being sursix children. vived by them he Is survived by two brothers, William and Marcell Mature. forty-nin- e Mrs. Adellno Mahoney, years old, widow of John A. Mahoney, died Tuesday morning at her home, 1304 Highland avenue. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ollle Burch, Mt. Washington; six brothers, John W., Charles O., James C, Edward E., Lawrence R. and Richard H. Kelty, and her parents, Mr-- and Mrs. William Kelty, allof Louisville. Funeral services were held Thursday morning at St. Br.igid'6 church. At the close of a long illness, due ito cancer, Thomas McLaughlin, aged sixty-fiv- e and ' at one time a star shortstop on, the old Louisville ball team, passed away at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. De ceased had been for many years with the Standard Sanitary Manu facturing Company. He was born and reared in Louisville and made his home at 547 East Jefferson street. Ho Is survived by a son. Paul McLaughlin; a daughter. Miss McLaughlin, a Josephine and' brother, Michael McLaugh'in. His funeral took place from St. Boniface church. G ST. PAUL Gama called at 3:30 o'cleck. now oi sale at Buschimtirer's. WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. BOYS' SUITS $10 We are offering you these Suits I at a very special price, just to adver-- I rise our Boys' Department. These I Suits are made of good woolen mate- terials, splendidly tailored and fin ished I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW Nazareth college. Is open to all High School' Graduates desiring to pursure a course of higher education. Courses leading to bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees are planned according to the best standards of our American Educational System. SISTER DULA, Dean 851 South Fourth Street Louisville, Ky. It your boya aa aaacattoa tin prspara thua tor Ills will i Sroaawaj SomtarUlv, ry. Conducted by the Xavsrlin Brothers. Classical, Scltntlflo and Business Course. Preparatory Department, Large Swlmmlnr Pool, well Equipped Gym111 W. St. Xavler's Term $10 ee$B8eeeeeeeeeaeeee4ees THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY HKANB . College nasium. moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 PURE PASTEURIZED MILE AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customor will know that you watch his Interests it you aeU K. I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS I SIMON P0NTRICH KENTUCKY FLORIST AND 'INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated BOTH PHONES 4 US JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h and Greenwood, LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Saving U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of mora than 13,000,000, it the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative sixty.six-year.ol- d bank. GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET Phone City 5708 Mark Sales, Pres. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND FURNISH HERO WREATHS. says the Philadelphia Stand- that i'i and Times,C. S. G., James A. Flaherty, K. Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, has been paying for the wreaths placed by Gold Star Mothers upon the caskets containing the bodies of Philadelphia soldiers upon their arrival In this city. When the Gold Star Mothers started somo time ago to take up a collection to pay for the wreaths on the first that were placed caskets to arrive they called upon Mr. Flaherty. "Don't do any more collecting," Mr. Flaherty told the Gold Star on a wreath Mothers. "Place every casket that cornea to this city and send the hill to me." Ho ipledged the women to se crecy, hut the story became publlcj last weunesaay. CASH MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT TWIN CITY LEAGUE It became known last Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS XNOOBPOBATOD & CO. Incorporated t Dealer la All Kinds, of Office and Store rtxtnres, Safes, Cash Begis- ters, Sbow Cases, Counters, Shelving, Etc., S10 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 1888 COLONICS Paw! VS. J. O. Jacob, L. GRAUMAN Sec. and Treas. jtKmKffBtnKtWttHMmKnK ST. PAUL. Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the horns fa- Office G17 South Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitarv Milk Co. IS THE (i HOME OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." DOMESTIC We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisfaction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reducad prices on car load shipments. COAL- XNOOHPOUT) STEAM There were ' three different varieties of foall games In the Twin City League last Sunday. First Trinity defeated Deilisle at Shawnee Park by a score of 18 to G. "Bill" Lovctt making spectacular catches tor the winners, while "Red" Cur- ley, the pride of Fifth street, astonished the crowd with his heavy hitting. The second variety was the staging of the St. XavlorMackin game in the new Xavler field at Clay and Kentucky, and the college nine christened the grounds with a win, beating Mack in 8 to 4. The third variety was a forfeit game of the Knights of Columbus to the Knights of St. John, the threatened rain playing havoc with tho "rhtumiatiz" of some of "Boots" Murphy's vet erans. Tho schedule tomorrow: C, vs. Delisle vs. Xavier. K. of Mackin, and Trinity vs. K. of St. John. KNIGHTS' PIONIO. KNOX SAFE. ye HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL COMPANY Yard hcI Elevator, Fope and Payne Street..? Magnolia. Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starks Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ELECTRIC JKala 18S0 SPECIALTY DfOoaroKA1 COMPANY City 528 WEST JEFFEKSON Crystal Electric Washsr and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. 87 fs)eeteeeetiee Z Cmlvert k WsWererWi ". " rWB MV rferM IP. BANN0N PIPE Umr asi BRm's Tf ., Srataa4B4UwTII,Fka ripe, ?1- -1 -- CO. Bkk, Mr StM Cearfalti, Patemt LM44 Wall CtvtkuL Brata Tiki, VKrHUi . Wsfst r.-'I. A N Clay, 4 OFFICE 835 SOUTH THIRTEENTH PHONES CITY Calawty Tea. STREET aeWI B7.17.CUMB. -- MAIN.S07. ypmri TMrtsestta'iiH HreeMirMt it -uBiiiBiBHiiiftrtrr aa4 'Math ' M4elia. Jackson, South Carolina; Meade, Maryland, except for a small detachment, and Bragg, North Carolina. Those to be retained under tho plans of reorganization are Dlx, YOUNGEST PRESIDENT. y friends at an and night New Jersey: Travla Texas; Lewis, BOTH PHONES 810. picnic at Fontaine Ferry Park. Washington, and Knox, Kentucky. When. Rev. Francis C. Campbell, Committees have everything ar- The enlisted strenuth of the army A. M., hegins his duties as head of SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, ranged for this occasion, nothing Vlll he speedily reduced to 150,000 Cathedral College. New York, next being left undone that would aid men. September, he will be perhaps the in making this picnic eclipse any youngest college President in the held this year at the Ferryi All WHERE VETERANS STAND. country. He was appointed by tho regular attractions will be In Most Rev, Patrick J. Hayes, ArchI i M II 1 1 1 I ! I H"l" I i t M i 1 1 1 II t M ! operation and a numher of pleasing The World War Veterans made bishop of New York, several weeks ; surprises will be presented. The plain their position and feeling ago. Cathedral College is the preproceeds will be devoted to the toward Ireland at their national paratory seminary! New new home building fund, The convention in Chicago, wihen they York archdiocese. of the Camp Father Knights hopo to make this one of adopted the following: years old. He bell is thirty-seve- n their biggest successes, and every"Resolved, That we, the World was horn in New York City and body should take pleasure in help- War Veterans, composed' of sol- completed his classical studies at , 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ing to swell tho attendance and diers, sailors and marines, of the St. Francis Xavler's College. After increasing the .home fund. The United States of 'America, number- his graduation from that Institution home to bo erected on Fourth ing 500,000, having fought for the in 1303 ho spent year in St. Jo street will he one of the finest In ocnvlotlon that the world was to seph's Seminary, aDuniwoodle, and Louisville. 'democracy, de- then went to the American College he made eafe for mand that the President and Conwas ordained in 1908. gress of the United States of Amer- at Rom,. Heten years Father CampDELIGHTFUL MOONLIGHT. For the.tlasfc ica officially recognize, the Repub- bell has been a professor at. Cathe- X Cumb. Mala 299S-- a Hesae City 2898 A. The Daughters of Isabella will lic of Ireland, and thus help to dral College. give ono of tho "morit delightful ex fulfill the contrast which our Gov cursions of tho season next Monday ernment made with the peoples of THTRD ORDER. night and are looking for their1 the world." Bonzano, iriend' to he with! them in fall His Excellency John INTO BTJWtNAt REST, CDMBKRLAND MAIN 371- f.orce. The Daughters have sequred MOMBPBOHBM the Apoetollc Delegate, states in a Loirie tor this (lie eteamer East St. sent to convention headquar longhand faithful service em letter that he will attend the Na-- t arrangements will After occasion, and the ters provide pleasures tfor all. The boat a renaipua Slater Mary Peredlna, tonal Order convention Third sixty years old, teacher at the Sa- wtoieh will convene at Chicago, I1L, will leave from the foot of Fourth' cred Heart Academy, died Tuesday next October i2, 3 and 4, and will street at 8;30 sharp. morning at at. joeeene infirmary, officiate, as requested, at the openfollowing a hrieC lHneas, For years' ing services in "the Cathedral He EXTRACTS THAT INTEREST. Slater Mary Jereeine was at jne also sends Ms apoetolio blessing to She was all who to make the A neat little booklet entitled "A. 9t. Joseph's Orphanage. Maryi Heuder, of National Third Order convention a O H. Extracts," from the pen of formerly MIs J" uaeral , 8ktac&e'fct John O Dea, Philadelphia, has been Newport, Ky, Orphanageaervieee were success and highly recommends the ehapel Fri Third. Order to. our people. received, and will be found full of held at the day morning, tha; interment Jbelisg Eminence, Cardinals Their interest for all readers, especially in the Sisters' plot la" St. Michael's O'Connell of Boston, Dougherty of those who nave a .friendly feeling cemetery.Begin of Quebec, Hr Philadelphia, andi the rrlah., There for Ireland:-and are, facta and thoughts in MM pages have sent 'very encouraging letters bleee-itMKINGTON. to convention' headquarter moat ueefitf just now, permeated St. Joseph HoanKaH, at Lextncton, the nreMmlnary work for the with' a sentiment of. reverence Per the past, that to linked wikth the conducted by th Staters of ObarJty convention and assuring all of their inter eat. Simllur lory of the .present day. Copies of Naaavetti,. 'baa eoatracted for Bhe letters tore heen received to .date are only tUlrtyftva cea4 and may oooatruOtkm of a swm parlor, other tnantbar of from' forty-on- a ana other addHtona to the he obtained throufh the Rocan mt-t- i a. tb hierarchy. r Church Goods Company, tola cKy. Next Thursday Grand Knight Raymond Barrett and the members of Louisville Council, Knights of Columbus, will welcome their all-da- nounced by Secretary Weeks, are Camp Devens, Massachusetts; Sher man, Ohjo; Pike, Arkansas; Grant, earliest nounced that Camp Knox, near this city, will be ono oX the four army camps retained for military use. Camp Knbx covers a vast area and Is conceded to he In every way one of the best ever known. This was welcome newsi here. The cantonments to be abandoned "at the The War Department has an- practicable date," as an- Illinois; Paul the first part of this month. Where the range stand Kelly's men are coming strong the teat igfct again, all of 'his recent cripples That' where That's where the tte being in the lineup, and the St. "Quick Meal" cornea "Qatck Heal" aaaM Paul fans are hot claiming that the club Is now out to spurt for first ptace and the pennant flag. Qalek Meal GaaJRaaAea Sold. Instilled and HifiMy Raeasasaeadeil Following St. Paul Joe Cantlllon and the Minneapolis slugging agCX gregation come for a series of five w. MARKET ST. games, and Manager McCarthy and Capt. Bruno Betzel say now ds the time to settle with this crew who have been hanging close to them for tho past five weeks. Louisville's pitching staff has been a nightmare to the 'fans and managelately. Long, Estelit, ment alike Wright and Koob being away off AL. S. SMITH, PROP. form, CuMop and Sanders bearing the burden alone. The strangest feature of all is that the first .four named all went awry at the same time. Mike Kelly and his fighting St. bricates i club begin a four-gam- e series the work Eclipse Park this afternoon, and Where, at Hghteet; the Colonels are out for revenge for the loss of four out of six Where the meal games when Louisville was at St. cooked beet; Where work dome 1 to , to u Where eooktaf aaaav ' real faa bakJag (tres Where llghtj Where dradg" fa as M dfcllfcl OUJN, fitiJteeietg eoeeeeceieseeeeaeeea GRAN W. SMITH'S SON I Director . i Funeral and Embaimer i f eWtaeefieie0eeeeeeeneeeeeeeteaa)M DOUGHERH & McELLIOH ! Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers BOTH PHONK8. 1 tniMHMMintmnmitmnMnnnui I vavvvaaaaaaav FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAliMERS. J. J. BARRETT'S SON Sfil Eoieit JVXaln te -- ur con-eers- ad haab-roo- SlSMW1to1Vi hi. L. D. BAX Funeral Director axd Embaimer J:tf 'i