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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1921. Bur-llnga- PHMK: HOME M MMN Kerjr Drirer an LarinNM Tafctk Trwfrf to Incorporate 1600 9rt VOLUME XLVII.-N- O. PRICE PIVE CENTS. DEMOCRATIC laily nnd Committee Arc on Trial ill the Greeno-Grcgor- y Contcst. Forcing of Gregory Against People's Wishes Deliberate Party Suicide. Republican Machine Has Troubles Galore and Chcs and Bob Retire. THE KEYSTONERS IJUX AMUCK. N. The local Democratic party and the present City and County Committee are on trial In the primary today and the committee's handling ot the primary will either earn the support or condemnation not only of the Democratic voters, but the mass of independent voters who are lovers oT fair play. And that verdict will be rendored according to the result of the face for the nomination for County Judge. The open campaign has proven beyond a doubt that the voters in unmistakable numbers want Mr. Greene for the nomination, not a single gathering of the Jackson Club, the Shelby Club, the Twelfth Ward Club, the South and North End Eleventh "Ward Clubs but showing the enormous trend of sentiment for the popular young attorney. The same sentiment was shown not only In other gatherings but In the county outside of the city. No one disputes that Mr. Greene Is the choice of the people, this being conceded by those who for various reasons are supporting Gregory. This brings us to an analysis of the support behind Judge Gregory, composed of a little group of wll-rmen. who despite the popularity of Mr. Greene are resorting to every method of bluff and political chicanery to defeat the wishes of the people. Lewis Humphrey, Arthur Krock and Attorney Tony Carof roll are the chief promoters Judge Grecory's campaign and they have enrolled a few workers who are noted for their willingness to Greene-Gregory . ul the unwilling and eleventh hour candidate, yet these gentlemen are endeavoring to force him on the party against the wishes of the voter. Any man or woman Interested In the welfare of the party Teallzes this course la suicidal, and as one leading candidate expressed It the other day he wouldn't give a. dollar and a quarter for his nomination with Gregory as the candidate Tor County Judge. The situation In the Republican party Is similar to that in the Democratic party, the only difference being that the mahclno has a handful of contests the bosses. that promise trouble for Judge, Joe Matt Holt for Crlmfnal Klrwan for Sheriff, Nick Vaughan fpr Judge. Nick Denunzlo for Jailer and Elmore Thomas for Representative, are arrayed against the "Republican machine, which marks the greatest opposition against the n machine in eight years. All of these men have a strong following of independent Republicans, comprising business and professional men. Arrayed against at the command of the machine emare all of the city and county gamployes, the negro and white blers and the proprietors of sup- posedly .soft drink., stands. Heren machine, tofore the has counted on thp big negrp vote In the Ninth and Tenth wards to do the bidding of the tosses, but and tho Lqvett case has pffsot this, gamnot allied with the bling and. bootlegging interests have become dissatisfied with the regime. Just as n llessrs. Klrwan, Holt ai& the other Republicans who dare to think for themselves. This dissatlstactton means that rethe end of the gime In the Republican party Is in Bight, and the end of its bosslsm is In sight in city affairs if tho. Democratic ticket is beaded by those two stalwart young Democrats, Worrln nnd Oreene. Political Critics believe that when "Bob" "Lucas ac- -' .a4.J .& JTVtllnAtnraTlfn 9T1II linesL earcy grabbed the, post of Naoom wc committeeman Ittonal enough to see the hand waien ine writing on the wan. defeat comes the, unknown Mr, Moorman will wear tne Drum, oui League, the alias 10 Republican macnine, wm Ir tho Searcy-Ubiuve gstliered together a nig geti-hay tfiuul from tno iveysumo jhi-- L 1hiwil the will to iiii. ll black gamblers and tho "soft Every enwn nit" etajids. IVlO ll n malra latter r.lafW .V nn ill nf.nr Eighteenth, and ladway a plain clothes roan ha stationed tor two weens wim- "soft drink manaiiw vro- or havingiauen v"" other disappointment to the. ilican bosses Is the cool Judge Hsfon Q" Searcy-Chilton wrong to direct the work of the entire Democratic organization from the headquarters, attempting to issue Instructions for although Gregory. support of neither of the throe alKne named gentlemen are members of the Cltj and County Democratic Committee. The people do not want Gregory, fake'ordersw-bether-Tlght-o- r An effort Is being made Scarcy-Chlllo- Searcv-Chllto- "Bearcy-ChHto- Searcy-Chilton oa . -- Ln - recep-slve- nj acy or Mayor, maenme Mayor SpiiHh amtaita-the pooled in JLoatorJVrt'f ths "r5T ' history, and it was decided to tell Mother Suporior of tho 'Convent of St. Francis at Oldenburg twenty-fiv- e Smithy to go chase himself, The yeara ago. (Many friends and near Mayor evidently took, the hint pupils of 'Sister Lucille from J offer--, and not a word concerning the sonvllle, Louisville, Cincinnati and city's affairs comes from tho Mayv: other points called tp pay their reor's office. But to our story. The spects or sbnt presonte. The cereannouncement of Qulu's candidacy NORMALCY MUST MEAN HARD TIMES: monies in honor of Sister (Luclllo in- High a&uw and Sermon For, tho was honed to be real soothing syrup cluded tho celebration of a solemn for the angry andi discontented tax American Federation or 'j! high mass last Friday. She is a payers, and the Herald, machine orJ"jabor. eister of Mrs. Edward Cowiman, of gan of the bosses, paved tho way Jeffersonville. Voters were told In circus stylo. that Mpssrs. Searcy, Chilton, KNIGHTS AT 'FRISCO. and others who are deeply . XjoCI NoS , III Rev. Father McMennmin, Interested In ''reform and good govFormer Archbishop Edward Hanna, of ernment" were going to bring out Mlno Worker, Sajs Unions San Francisco, celebrated tho sol a puro and spotless candidate, one emn mass witn wnicn me ivnignxs Aro Essential. that would rival Ivory soap. Then Bii opened of Columbus convention with a blare of trumpets Judge Tuesday at the old Dolores mission, Quln was hauled out to make his A, W5 II after which Mayor James Rolph, Jr., bow as a candidate for Mayor, but heading a delegation of 300 prom- Saving- - Children to the surprise of his backers the From Slavery 'ami inent Ban) Franciscans, presented announcement fell flat and since Giving Tlieni Cliance For Supremo Knight Flaherty with tho thnt announcement the "pure and keys of the city at a public recepspotless" candidate further queered Education. tion in tho Civic Ceriter attended by the scheme by trying to hang on to delegations of the American Legion, his job In tho Court of Anpeals Veterans of Foreign Wars. Spanish) bench, run for Mayor, and during War Veterans, G. A. R. and many his leisure moments advance his women's organizatolns. More than CATIIOIJC CHURCir HOQTIUNE. candidacy for Governor. 20,000 K. of C. delegates and visAlong with all of the troubles of itors were In San Francisco for tho machine Is tho the convention. vain effort of the bosses to disDelegates to the recent Opening the convention Supreme credit Sheriff Ross Every little .ConvenKnight Flaherty stated that the K. tion of tho American Federatfon byplay or move of Ross' Is adverof enjoyed the most pros- "-Republican henchmen, of C. had tised by tho perous and effective year in its his- Protestants Denver many- btf them who fear that Ross and his friends at tory and that its chief activities to tte Cathedralattended may have a following against the ot the be planned and launched at tho San ticket In November. Becauso Sher,hoard a Francisco meeting were the cam- the on iff Rops and his deputies tried to go paign to spend the $5,000,000 bal Rev. Church and Organized Labor" Into the Broadway Athletic Club on Father Hugh ance of tho K. of C. war runa on worked their badges ono of Searcy's henchas a "breaker boy" Jn who hospitalization work for disabled coal men raised an awful hullabaloo. tho mines of Pennsylvania, when veterans, the initiation of tho K. of ho was and with the assistance of the Bing only ten years old, spoke .history work and the papers tried to make It apnear C. American ham such1 eloquence and pathos- Inauguration of tho Knights' antithat It was a crime for Sheriff Ross of efto witness without paying the tuberculosis campaign. A committee the hardships which must bo en- was boxers. forts of some of nationally known educators Jhousans of American tho delegates were vispresent, he said, to lay before tho oilers, JiiBt consider for a moment the ibly affected and many could scarcegrowing list of enemies' of the convention plans for tho immediate ly refrain from applauding. I thank Searcy-Ohlltmachine 'Ross, Klrlaunching of the largest correspond Thomas. wan, Holt. Denunzlo, ence school In America to no con- uod for organized labor," Father IE. myuumiD aeciarea in tho course Vaughan, Lovett and others and ducted by tho K. of C. for the Under the Republican administration tramps and empty dinner It Is no puzzle as to why tho city benefit of former service men desir- of his sermon. ..TTP?ther McMenamln's text was. and county employes are slow about ing technical training. pails come to the fore. "kicking in" the. campaign fund, Supreme Knight Flaherty made Unless your Justice abound inoro public an appeal received from Pope than that of the scribes and Phariand this also explains why Keystone around the police are sneaking Benedict for the K. of C. to intro- sees, you shall not enter tho Kingrailway company barns and offices duce American welfare work into dom of Heaven." Tho sermon was. to cet their old Jobs back. Italy, to stimulate friendship be- in part, as follows: '"To those who find) fault with What a knock was given the tween the two countries and to proRepublican platform this week. The tect the faith of Italian youth. He the church and with churchmen for platform advertised by the official announced that tho Knights would what they call meddling in spheres qrgan said Louisville under the raise at least 41,000,000 among that are foreign to our purpose, I present administration had a real feature. They promise an abundance the effect that O'Brien was ,the themselves to Inaugurate this work point, first of all," ho said, "to my police force and fire department. pf good things for all who attend. courier who. would take the Sinn In Rome. "Our duty It plain," he text, I and quoting from Pope Plus say to them: 'That tho quesAlong comes tho Kentucky Fire Un- Fathor Bohlsen and his peoplo inFein reply to Lloyd George, while said. "It Is the first direct assign- X., derwriters' Bureau this week and vite their city friends to come out another story declared that Eamonn ment that any body of laymen has tions regarding tho conditions and f and spend a really enjoyable day places Loliwlllo In tho "fotirtli-clnv- s from the head of the would dealeraduring himself return to ever received have alreafdy directed hours ofoflabor, salaries or strikes ore not a purely economic chara a fire risk becauso of tho "hick" with them. London the coming week church. We Inacter, thoy aro moral problems In Then to add fire department. and that "Sir James Craig, Premier K. of C. Commissioner Edward Sinn Fclncrs m Jail Aiv Held to of Ulster, was also coming to the lOBERNIANS. sult to Injury It was announced that of New York to proceed to their very essence and can be setlocal manufacturers and employers city. Rome to advise with His Holiness tled only by having recourse to the Bo thcReaI Key to" fundamental principles of justice were organizing lire companies of fThe national convention of the Midweek cablegrams state that on the introduction of the work." exhiThere is no excuse He also sent a cablegram of con- and charity.' their own. and would give ahability Ancient Order of Hibernians at De Ireland still preserves sphinx-lik- e troit was ri. hnrmnnlonn nnd srrnMfv- dolence to Enrico Caruso's widow, for an economic system which in bition nqxt month as to the silence on Great Britain's peace v Thus you jng success; according-10- . -ofth'eMirlvate- - firemen. Jaufcl islikely it will con- saying that before the singer left our land ot peace and plenty pro"" 'V h nay taxes for a fire denartment but) uorcoran ana Joseph Hennessy, delstarving tinue to do so for another week or New York tho last time he had duces millions of do your own fire fighting. One of egates representing the felate and Dall Elrcaitn Will Not Pass On more. Eamonn dn Valera .lias con praised highly .the work of the men, women and children, while tho few Increase their wallets by tens cnWori nrnntl'nllv nil hU onllnn trllPd Tfnfphtft nt CollimbllB. the present "hicks" was asked to County Boards. The convention Proposals Until Thoy Arc go up a ladder of the supposed fire voted to anlllato with the National in the Dall Elreann and all thatl James A. FHherty, of Philadel-remai- and hundreds of thousands of dolToo long have wo school, located at Eighteenth and Councils of Catholic Men and Womto bo done is to lay thophia, was named for the seventh lars annually .Frecd. the doctrine ot Garland Nothing doing. The boy en. President Deery reported a proposals before a full meeting oil consecutive time as Supreme Knight been preaching The resignation of labor. Too long have In member from the sticks told his Captain considerable Increase Dall Elreann. A report from ,.Dub- - of the Kniguts oi coiumuus, ,. j., ,, .. "that hark hum ho fell off a step ship during the past year and proslin on Tuesday sam xuis proDaoiy ntbnr officers elected are Martin H. we been pointing to a home beyond" Grand Rapids, Mich., the skies where poverty and privaladder oner, nnd he vowed If lie pects fo a further growth and in- Much Is Hoped For From us- - will be done some time this week. Carmody, . " J. ever cot on a clem ladder since." fluence. A message of congratulaJt nas ueen aeciareai aennueiy Deputy Supremo Knight; WilliamAd- tion will cease and Justice bo meted out to all. How ironical tho soYes. he Is still In the fire depart- tion wa3 sent to Eamonn Do Valera, James Craig's Visit to there will be no partial meeting of McGlnley, New York, Supreme Daniel J. Callahan, Wash- licitude that held out 'death as the ment. President of the Irish Republic. the Dall, which means before such vocate; D. London. As for the Keystone nollce Just This meisage, signed by President C, Supremo Treasurer; only means to right tho wrongs of a. momentous gathering can take ington. Suabout the time the Board of Safety Deery, was as follows: 'members now Dr. E. W. Buckley.. St. Paul, Sup the poor! Whatever remedies are place the thirty-si- x found for Industrial troubles and or the machine organ (ells of our "The Anclen Order of Hibernians Imprisoned or Interned must be re- - preme Physician, ami David F. the comedy f America, n convention assembled efficient department ple, San Francisco, supreme waru evils," Father McMenamln deDEVULOWIBXTS ABH IDONENT cop go on a rampage. This week at Detroit. Mich., greet you, and clared, "It will be organized labor j that a crisis in the an Archbishop 'Edward J. Hanna, of that will put It into effect." a Kevstone nollceman beat up and through you, the Dall Elreann, and negotiations Is approaching. Continuing, he told his own story, assaulted John Carroll, a reputable congratulate you on your honefi, Do Valera refuses to San Francisco, addressed tho conPresident on the campaign of tho saying: citizen, at Seventh and Oak streets. fearless and successful leadership, "Let me briefly tell you nttir fnrmnllv for their release be-- vention shot a boy and pledge you unlimited support No real developments In the Irish cauBej thj3r ne thinks, The same- policeman might be Catholic church against what he the story of a boy, one of a large family supported by a father who three weeks ago. A crowd of bravo for the recognition of tho Irish Re- situation have been reported this construed as acknowledging Great termed "lax divorce laws." worked In the coal mines of Penn(?) policemen assautled Ed Early public." them, Week, despite the many plausible Britain's right to Imprison sylvania. When this boy was ton in tho .station house Wednesday All the officers were CENTENARY EXERCISES. d an open secret haj years old his father was brought night. At Twcnlyl$th and Port- Thoy are: President, James E. and cbnnictlng rumors that have state- While land Monday evening a Keystone Deery, Indianapolis; Vice Presi- been cabled President Harding lias consented home from a mine badly injured. copper whom they call "Huck" dents. Richard O'Dwyor, of Boston, roonts are Still lacking on both sides 0rPDy be Valera summoning to to aot as Honorary Chairman of 'the The sight of her mangled husband of the Irish controversy, the at- Sfeetlnif filled up on "white mule" and just and T. J. Keane, of Montreal; 1m jail as a committee wMch Is planning to almost cost his mother her life. A street on .. fnP the men like a drunken man Imagined from John O'Dea, Philadelphia; mospnere of Downing commemorate the sixth centenary fow days later the boy took his belief everyone Treasurer, John) Sheehy, Mont- Monday was charged with his own dizzy feeling that Ms the crux of the poet Dante's death by exer father's dinner pall and applledf for This gomery, Minn.; Chaplain General, that an important development in else was staggering lrunk. but much is hoped cises in the auditorium ot mo on w6rk at the mine. He was put to Keystoner. in citizen's clothes, drow Right Rev. MIchaol J. Gallagher, the peace negotatlons Is impend- - 00fr7r0m Sir James Craig's visit to work at tho princely pay of thirty Museum In Washington ing. In all quartors optimism Is at J a week. a crowd from all over the neigh- Bishop of Detroit. Senator Vlttorlo cents a! day W.80 October 3 noxt. high pitch and few informed per. borhood, and he finally drew the dlch from Dublin to tho Rolandl iRiccl. Italian Ambassador Through snow nnd rain he wended carry out bis nuup are found V"v do not express police machine to Hnr.!atlnn connrms ine to tho United States, and Charles his weary "way each day, and sat ENRICO OAIWSO. confidence that a settlement is in the At Fourth and Market commands. in Dublin Thursday Evans: Hughes. Secretary of State, whore water drenched' his skin for n, Monday night a Keystone copper i toiled until inn Fein are honorary Vice Chairmen of the ten long hours and Sorrowing Naples and Italy paid makinc and Ireland will accept tho ,VVo made a speech In which he said; tribute Thursday to the memory terms of, within the Empire (Domln- British Government on committee. Catholic autihors and often blood dropped from his Jlnger . want you all to help me of Enrico Caruso, the great tonor, Ion status which is sajd ,to bo the represent tips to help swell the unholy proflts "Boys, I "ulnM. nrono3ai8 is due to educators aro numerously : , , out: that darn Republican League who died there early Monday morn- germ of Great Britain's offer to tne nUempt Is being ed on the honorary commutes neuu-e- d ot the men who already were countmy money, and I'm ing. Thousands gathered at a sol- Sinn Fein. For a t me u seemea keeps gittin' all th adhoston 0f by President Harding. In the ed millionaires. At night ho 'hasgoing to request the handbooker emn requiem mass or stood uncov- that the decision oi eamonn oe At the ago e dJs. list aro Cardinals O'Connoll and tened to night school. j lan on Prfe- boys to especially kick In with two ered along the streets while the Valera and his colleagues tnB belieC that pre Dougherty, Most Rev. Archbishop of nineteen he became a teach or in 8go pro-- PJJ" jP dollars apiece for my wluter over- funeral cortege passed. In the choir mier DavW iLloyd George's dlsp()Sed' to adopt E J Hanna, Chairman of tho Ad- the very school were formerly ho ' glve coat." Of course ho was cheered which assisted 1n the impressive posals was about to break. This take, tho ministration Committee of the Na- studied. Thea' he saw a yiounger " l"'"" " f ,? by the big crowd of newsboys as- ceremonies were many men and was when word came from Dublin Council; brother die In the arms of; his ttHninir fo ae- - tional Catholic Welfare sembled there, and they had tho women who haye played stellar that De Valera expected to return Government's, proposals, Very Rev. John B. Creodon, 6. J., mother, mangled Into death by rea, tlmo of their life pounding the pud- roles on the operatic stage, Scenes to London Thursday. tt ntMt,ldfi of Str John. Craig, President of Georgetown University; son of tho greed of his employers, On the heels or this announce- dled Keystoner on the back, saying of extreme pathos were enacted all "Brethren, that boy is appealing Premier, says tho Press Right Rev. Thomas J. Shahan, "Sure, we'll help yon out," and the day Tuesday at the Hotel Vesuvius ment, however, came a dispatch VResoclatlon. ftPpeare to be that he rector of the Catholic University; to you today. Ho Is asking 'God to only1 thing lacking to' complete tho following the' death of tho man pop- from the Irish capital wnicn quoi" i9 nrenared to enter tho heartless employer Dr. Joseph Dunn, of tho Catholic forgive overy burlesque was for someone to hit ularly acknqwledged to be the prede Valera as saying that ncnKMnion. but that until such University; Professor J, D, M. Ford, who lives In, luxury while a single cop with a 'bladder. mier tenor of hip generation, Nea- he had io Jntention of coming to ,g' arranged ho is not ot Harvard University; JAev. Dr. employe Is. In need. He is thanking the country Wopder hpw Paul Burllngame can politans of every class stood' in llpe England this week and that no nr- in the Patrick J. 'Healey, of the Cathtollc God for tho labor unions that are at "e , on o participate Keyadjust tho above, series of University, and Dr. James1 J. Walsh, dragging from capitalists conces tor many hours to file past the bier rangements for a second visit deliberations. p stone misdemeanors and how of Carjiso, which was placed in the Downing street bad been made,, full meeting of the Irish Re- - President ot the American Catholic slons that aro begtonlng to right the Bishop Al- wrong of labor. He IS thanking God his Job must be. ,No wonder room where he had died. From Another of Monday's flurries Parliament is to be called, Historical Association. Paul wanted to be Governor of Um6 to time the silent procession came with , a rumor that ua fflcjaL announcement of the fred Harding, ot the Episcopal for the labor unions that aro fow " to meeting church, Porto Rico. to pass tho law to would, pausfe while some man or Elreann hadv been summoned the ". .u th0 date forIntneThursday McDowell and Bishops W--William F, lng legislators(from slavery and .give Hamilton, save children published woman "would kneel for a. moment meet in JDuhlm Thursday, Again by and John rHETIN'G OF INTEREST. ",'n.,s j., 0f the Irish BuUetln. of the Methodist church, are also them a chance to obtain an educaIrish capital upset the report beside the body nd offer prayer. the Repnb- ported the reply ot Ulster members of tho honorary commit- tion. And ho Is praying God that .From Naples It was cabled Wed- declaring that neither Elreann con- , Division 4, A. O. H., will hold a nesday that it the last moment It llean Cabinet nor Dall the. Slnn vein has tee. they may not cease their efforts unIU uiciiuiui meeting of much Interest Monday was decided that the burial should ,.1oi.irl o cAoalnn this week. and Is not favorable til they have made collective baru.1. ronoiiroii "t night in Bertrand Hall, when all not take --place uptil Thursday. By meeting of the Although the British Government gaining universal and so perfected IRISH; PRISONERS FREED. urged to be present. special permission of Kipg Victor continues silent except to announce The call for theall members presmembers arc that eyery "man will bo In some de Parliament, with Tho subject of purchasing a home Emmanuel, servtces were held in that the answer ot the Sinn Fein ent, involves in release from A Dublin dispatch to tho West- gree athat he Is helping. ine enterplan has prison of twenty-thre-the v.o "Prpmler's neace will be discussed, also the proposed the jbaslllca of tho Qhureh of San e members of minster Gazette on Saturday says prises outing to bs given next month. Francesco dl Paola, a famous edi- not been, received there is! no doubt this body, and it has been declared 'Tt Is genorally conceded that RepubPresident Joe Hennessy .will report fice resembling the Pantheon at in the mines or persons ciosw w the Government Is willing to facil- It Is understood the Irish Thurs- wealth is unjustly distributed. .It will meet lican Parliament the proceedings of the. national con Rome and constructed, by Ferdinand Cablriet membera that Commons has itate thoir attendance. conceded that collective bar or Friday, It Is assumed, adds also between vention held In Detroit. After this ceremony passed on the vital subject Mansion I, in XSli-The belief had been expressed day message, that all the members gaining is tne most emcacHiiw means at hand to correct that evil, among the Irish leaders that there tho tho body was taken to the cemetery Downing street and the and d will be released to COUNTRY qinOKEN SUPPER.. House Jn Dublin. England was no tjse In summoning the Par- now iln prison attend this session and since collective bargaining ?n and placed In the family van.lt. made effective without, a are sajd to have felt each liament until the attitude of Ulster enable them to Is ex- not he The ailnvHil picnic and chicken others' pulse and the tact inai, uoim had been Anally defined. The infer- of the Parliament, at which it terftis closed or union, shop, then do w ST. DOMJNTCTS DAY, supper of Holy Trinity congregation, sides express nlgn opumwm w ence in political circles here, there- pected the Lloyd Oeonge peace stand for that principle. I am eea Vaoaken is a narnmger iiwi. u of which Rev Father of Ulster fact that This Saturday will ,be the even- taken, here as which is observed fore. Is that the answer answer is will be takon up. Eamonn despent scions 6t the violating I will be teW worthy pastor, takes place next hundreth anniversary of "the frana- Irish truce, the This fuRdameatal received lera, the Republican leader, that I am on In principles, the right of the Indithe well shaded laMon of the soul of St. Dominic strictly on both sides, will be has been to be unfavorable, Wednesday the aomo time at the Mansion House reported peace. Sinn noi. mauuonoiwiii cnilrCfl grouiiua vidual to join, or not to Jofn a great feast of crowned by a lasting pacw ueu- - Ttifast leaders declining the. over-- DubMn last Saturday. a short distance from the city and io heaven, and the I Developments; in ine union as he setf fit, I answer thatl Fein overtures, although rtthese T)tMTl be soiemniy, ' their patron At 4lin fa reached, by. the 'street ear. Under K.iln vrime. uiui between "j there- are 'many personal r htes and. tures nan me syipi LEXINGTON. - observed by Dominicans .arfll over the tlatlona George nd Readers ot the the direction of the different eomprivileges that youand I are forced Government, it is said, made Lloyd RepHblicans are imminent,- - it wbrld. Preparations have fo Wclal attraction have been higher rights " Stricken b heart failure. Joseph to give up because of demanded fejr feast, sin aaj espeai Irlett reported iMonday in' London, arranged far and all indication to celebrate the OHLEBRATB8 ANJflVKRSARY. wu years old. formerly and higher privileges eott, thirty-fou- r to point to the event proving the. jnest jnaaner at St. Louis Bertranu but Government leedfm ue era good union slum, the Winchester, candidate for priest-hoe- d samepublic beHeye, Theone of theee." Ruccfcwfui eountry plcnlq ever held ohurch, this titr mt Rse Priory-Irf- lKt the veil oCwoW. There Lucille Kremer, Is ot ue Sister Mary many persona In whe of College, Balat t. Oaarlee Jefferson cpant?. The ladles of and St. Catherine of, Stenna Coa- OerUUt deductions mA ttom the 1. known to Jn conclusion, Father McMewamlw '' at, St, awjUMrfield.' --Aoeordinc arrival la DubHn timore, cHed jSainrday. of Art-st. Mat&ew J. will tarn - chicken vent. . . W. . . aA thie city, celebrated Jeaepfo'e Hospital, v Lexington, jjwt said tfce view"' he had ' exprowadl- . . . a. urnnar ana wttt Baaasror ia wirDMs t laaor Manning euswMti vu i nmj.. iMMflsnt oi tne anftlvewary last week, at " not merely hie pergonal eplaU former efforts.' m they ar y eott,4 hi" ellver Ind.. having taken the before He was b a on the operat- ,wre djFnutftocan, futhat wtUlWbrte.lte I Have trtea to state-J(U Xm4oh, fcu Ohteftburg, Jon. to habit of ariiun at the heme ot the ing taWe. will he the Wtnt;'ailirt On nraor ternined this ' TctfHUd. , " Bsrtraod's. deetriae of 1h Catholic CttHwh, NECESSARY I Factory 51 E feCtr fjfr, , 'Searcy-Chilto- n "" - In.nSa 86ln ham-and-eg- on I " I' IRELAND .vusa-Aiar- y well-nig- ns ! c-- Jj- - " Sec-rotar- y, fSri&S njn0n " C0S ixu-tton- al i It - $memi (' , conrer-Preplde- nt tiro-so- a ", ipront-snar- er 1 i: ,3 ire-lan- -- T" - "-l- sh - - ( 4 ! . " er Jef-tnrtnv- ill 8udr 'Stlto i to V,M j. &- -' H xc&x&pxjoisrsr xmxmxx ajmoemxgajx. 15 August 7 Plfld day of Knights of St. John at Sumfmera' Park. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. August 10 Annual pionic and I kfck Ataetiam supper of Holy Trinity Ctfea chkkea on, Mm Socfel tmi Matl AdviaotmeB Bstatl to church grounds at St. church Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian. Yesng Uea's Matthews. Institute and Catholic Knight i of America. August 47 St. Aloysius church AMERICAN PR1NT1NQ CO., bewportt. PUblUhcrs annual picnic and outing, on church KBNTUCKY IRISH grounds, Pewee Valley. August 17 St. John's parish picSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLB COPY 5c nic at Phoenix Hill Park, afternoon MalUr. at th. Louisville PoeUfHc. u ScoaJ-CIEat.rad and evening. AMH1CAH, Witt Uterr StfHL WISH August 21 Excursion to MamM CtMMkitiMt to tka KENTUCKY moth Cave under auspices of Trinity Council. August 31 Harvest festival of St. Peter's church on. parish, grounds, Seventeenth and Garland avenue. KENTUCKY IRISH flHEfOGAN. i OOMENG BVKNTS. Don ST. - t Forget the Dates! AUGUST 9 AND 10" CHARLES AAAAAAMAAAATHrrAA mf-hiitm whcht I N. LAWN FETE j w TWENTY.SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT. CLOTHING Suitable for all the year around in. ithis great mark-- down sale, Here are the prices now which will hold good for a few days longer: $25.00 $35.00 $40.00 $48.00 $65.00 Orvm-narj- 313-32- 1 VOTE FOR LOUISVILLE, KY VERGE OP ftEACE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1921 equal Importance is the dispatch from Rome, which declares that the action of our President has created an excellent impression at the Vatican. This is but natural and necessary, remembering the various encyclicals and urgent appeals sent by Pope Benedict XV. to the various powers in invoking an agreement among all civilized nations for the suppression of obligatory military service and the institution of an International Tribunal of Arbitration. "All nations under tho Influence of Christian benevolence," said His Holiness, "should establish a true peace among themselves, and join together in one single associa tion which under the auspices of justice will be lasting." BUILDING WARSHIPS. A SOCIETY. AA M. L. MARSHALL j... . of Ireland is at band. a solemn hour in the destiny It of the heroic nation, declares the Pittsburgh Catholic. There Is an armistice In Ireland; the terrible warfare of brethren Is halted; the shedding of precious blood stayed. may That the hideous struggle never be renewed must be tho prayer of humane men and women everywhere. If only now these men Irf whoso hands lies tho fate of a race anaye have the wisdom the past has so sorely lacked. Thanks to the mediation of Gen. Smuts, and doubtless to the urging of others of the British premiers, Lloyd George has taken the honorable course, and President De Valera, courage, 'with exalted spirit and has met him half way. The Irish have plainly brought England to her 6en6es. Well, they have achieved wonders. It was only tho other day that Lloyd George was going to make Ireland a wilderness, rather than treat with the "murder gang." Now President do Valera finds himself in a position to turn any but the wisest of heads. By consenting to the armistice England admits to all the orld that she has meen dealing not with a murder gang Jn Ireland,' but with a revolution, as much warfare as the American revolution in 177G. By recognizing De Valera it admits that he is the true and chosen representative and spokesman of tho great bulk of his people. It is true that the British Government addresses his as "Mr. De Valera,' but so did they address as "Mr. Washington" another rebel, a certain General Washington, Commander-in-Chief, and after all, that is a trifle. t It is to his credit that Lloyd George had the good sense to admit defeat Sir Philip GIbbs incidentally avers that it is the economic boycott of "Ulster, and the terrible losses inflicted on her merchants and manufacturer, which has made the North ready to deal with Catholic Plainly De Valera treats Ireland with both England and Ulster on equal footing. But, remarkable as all this Is, President De Valera will know Just how far Ireland wishes of her fate the to go today.The tfatG full-fledg- ed ;. 'AL.it Frank P. Burko left Wednesday for Quebec, where ho will serve as a delegate to the International Typographical Union convention. Authorized dealers for The line of Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. Sample tables on Misses Mary and Agnes Hannon, display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. of Crescent Hill, and Miss Alice I Harrigan, of the Highlands, have just returned from a visit in Frank OGLE KY.l fort. Incorporated Miss Elizabeth Logan, who was PORTrUN'CULA INDULGENCE. SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON FOURTn CLASS. LOUISVILLE, EX. operated on at St. Joseph's Infirmary for appendicitis, is improving For those who were unable to Louisville Is rated fourth class as a flre insurance risk by the Na- nicely, to tho great relief of her visit the churches on Monday and J friends. Tuesday the privilege of the Por- tional Board of Fire Underwriters, Miss Beatrice Rapp, Mrs. F. J. tiuncula Js granted between noon it became known Wednesday when Rapp and son, Edmund Rapp, and today and midnight Sunday. The George H. Parker, manager of tho Kentucky Actuarial Bureau, made Miss Florence Rapp have returned same conditions' govern this year as public the report of a survey con- from a visit to St. PHONES 932 in previous years: Confession and ducted here Jast March. This Is a Knobs, Ind. communion and prayers for the paper's contenVisitors here from Fairfield last Holy Father, and a visit to any confirmation of this Beading Braiding tion as to tho Inefficiency of our week were Misses Stafford and churdh or oratory designated by the cost Helen McKennn, Ella Katherine Bishop. The indulgence is a Totles "hick" fire department, which Beaked Bags Repaired more and saves less than any in' Stallard, Catherine Shields and Bet- Quoties Indulgence and can be EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING the history ot Louisville. And this ty MoKenna. gained as often as a person visits Service Shoppe the fact that the Misses Rose C. and Kate E. and revisits on of the prescribed 307-- 8 Boston Building H. department is equipped with tho and Mrs, B. p. Mulloy and churches. latest motorized fire' fighting family .have returned from a motor Wellle Russell, Manager. MERCHANT TAILOR trip to Lexington, visiting friends MEETS NEXT TUESDAY. and relatives. Maker of High Class Ladles' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices FIRST EVER GIVEN. Miss Irene BlnfoTd, who has been CENTRAL SOCIETY. The August meeUng of the AmerWELL TO BE FREE. 402 AT PRESTON CITY 994 days with Dr. C. ican Association for the RecogniT spending picnic ever given by Jones andseveral 'The first iBenediction of Blessed Sacrament Mrs. Jones at Halcyon tion of tho Irish Republic will take past three Louisville Council. Knights of Co The events 6f the Hill, place Thursday at her Charlestown, has returned to place Tuesday night at Holy Rosary at the Cathedral of door 'will be a THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING weeks,, no matter what may be the lumbus, took home here. Auditorium, when a large garnering unique feature the stety-fift- h Fontaine Ferry Park. The gates outcome of tho negotiations, have were YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE Judge James W. Fortune and Is expected. Rev. John O'Connor convention of the Central Society, thrown open at 10 o'clock, prolint Ireland in an impregnable posi- and from that hour until late in the Ms. Fortune, Jeftersonvllle, have will preside and an interesting News which twdll he held in .Fort Wayne, Ind., August FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE A mammoth-parade- , tion la the international- group. It evening arrivals swelled the crowd returned fronu a motor trip of a gramme will be presented. from Ireland will be which twin be held on the 440 SOUTH FIFTH STREET may be that England is not yet to one of the largest yet recorded. month, which took, them 'as far east directdeal with the peace read and negoti- afternoon of Sunday, the opening will rilONE CITY 825 New In i sufficiently chastened to take the by this picnic the Knights, assisted as MissedYork. Margaret ating President de action BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE Mary, at tne cathedral, and Helen Valeraand thetne Dail ofEireann. All nay, win the Queen's Daughters. Daughand just and sensible measure of dear-is- ? ters of Isabella, St. Helena Co- Corcoran, Sarringer ayenue, leave bringing to the vicinity a multitude out of Ireland and minding her operative Club, Knights of St, tomorrow to spend a season at At- members may bring their friends. many times (too large lor admission wkhin the churchy own business.. The negotiations' John and A. O. H. Ladles' Auxil- lantic City and a visit to the larger STEBLER, COVINGTON. . may come to nothing, and it they iaries, entertainedSt, the children Eastern cities, Vincent's and from St. Joseph's (Misses 'Margaret and Rose Brady, "WELCOME FOR MANNLT. NOW IS do jthe reaeon for tho failure will St. Thomas Orphan Homes with Cecelia McNally, Eula May Davern The thousands of friends of SisINTERURBAN be 5roqply England's, will to do their annual festival. The enter- and tNorlne Rellly have been spend ter Mary Hilary Pfrangle, O. S. B., Archbishop Mannlx, over whose wrong. Lloyd George-- no aouot, tainment numbers included athletic, ing their vacation at Floyd Knobs rejoice with venerable rellgleuae on return from Enjrfand to Australia CAFE the attainment of her golden jubilee there haa been considerable discus excuses, and his dancing and swimming contests and this past week. Willi be fertile with in the service of her Divine Spouse, sion, landed a ball game between boys irom St. at Thursday Island, Mrs. Will Shelley and daughter which, was observed on Thursday at supporters will exhaust their in Thomas and 8t. Joseph's OrphanOverhauled and Cleaned t. 317 Blanche, who were guests last week 6t. Warburg- Academy, Covington, Queensland, on Saturday, without genuity to throw the blame on the ages. Constant and rapid pleasing at hindrance, according to a Melbourne Mr. Frank Marcum, Highland Irtah, bat the issue ie now too surprises' were the order and there Park, have returned to their home with tha,t edifyin medeety wihteh I dkwstch. He declined to aecord an West Liberty HLlHBlllllllin clmmftcteristte of the humble Brides Interview, remarking was fun ad a good time for every- n Lawrenceburg, clearly penned to .permit the wrd that thte was E. G. HEARTICK On Friday evening, a of ChHwit. in progress The picnic Next To ito be deceived. It is Ireland's will body. the "hour at was to press, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moynaban, reception; iwm held af the acd-em- y the time for alienee. Irkhf going up t& lGJty21Sl who gave him an enthusiastic East 2173 will, to and therefore announcement of the and son, Charles Moynshan, of Jefto bsfree against im honor of Sleter Hilary. welcome, attempted to hoist the Intirurban i 915 E. Broadway. may automobile and other awards can fersonvlllo, have gone on a long nalav. Bvea our pHfi Irish flag, but were prevented- - from pleasure trip and will visit many not be made in this issue. O'BRIEN IN DUBLIN. doing so by offijclajfr. Station be fir the grace to se it. place beofre returning. (4"j Miss Edna Welch, WaUph. and lMSHOP NJLAN. Art O'BYlen, Preklent of the NAZARBTH COLLBGB. P0WBK ACOHPT. Miss Josephine Mlnagueff iCllfton, Gaelic League in London, who actHome Shaw. 105 GAS TTXTING AND SBWHRAGB Cumb. Westd one of the advisers of Saimonn The Right Rev. John J, Nilan, have returned homo after voting ed announcement from. Wah- - tt(hsB ob Hartford. Coon., on Mon- - mir aunt, Mrs. jonn Mcuuire, ana de Valer during the Reublkan Lat week the summer esurae at ROBERT E. SCHULER Th birth- - Mr. McGwire, on Whitney avenue,. ingtos that the 'principal powers of amy celebrated M sixty-sixt-h leader talk with Premier DvW Nasarrth. College came to a close. PLUMBING Mrs. B. J. Connelly and dane&ter Lloyd George ia Dcwndn street, ar- The many teachers twho took the day anniversary. Bishop NUan was, KuroM Itava aoesotsd the irritation FLORIST Ca(tfcrlj, flwith Louisville, hare rived in Dublin 8andy morning. ate weeks' tours passed their sx- - Repair Work Promptly Attended To Nwnmort, ot tats. wm. ordthMHl to the Has. ir.rrfW rf two prierflMi! MturaM Horo. Jtfn O'Brien want to the Mission aininatiotM Thursday and finlsfesd ZJZZTL Cut Flower, Designs, Pli aw- 1009 MARY 3TRBBT nations, tWWMW W tastr stHM8i Thsy rj MmmiMhrf RiahaD at wMi If ml C(kmillvJ dajtcMar. Heuae nl Ms ooofvMncs with jtar' to oobUmm will TSturn vasst T .. . ii ' ?hoae City S708 j ' .t. Hwkm of Detroit, Mkrtt, Pnvtdant (b VWwi7 . Twjy.jk& uul Creetawood, j , their atadies; v m April ml ,110. , wmmm ttrawnnt. delivered at the opening session of the International convention of tho Knights of Columbus in San Francisco on Tuesday. After declaring the Knights had gathered to rededlcate themselves to service exclusively in the interest of their country, the Supreme Knight said: "Let us organize throughout the land an army of Cathelic women to with us, to remind the nation that the Var is not over so long as there is a healable scar on thei body or in the mind of any veteran, By this work, "we are not only fulfilling the terms of the steward- Bhlp "wo accepted at the hands of the American public when Catholic committed and to our care, but we aro jdolng the simple duty of active citizens and paying the debt of practical gratitude we owe to our non-Catho- lic $40,-000,000 Clifton. Mrs. H. O. Detert and son, Harry Detert, have returned from a visit of three weeks with relatives in St. Louis. Mrs. and Mrs. Allen Long, who have been guests ''of friends In Clifton, aro vlBlting " relatives in Owensboro. Miss Virginia Byrno has gone to Now York to spend the summer ELECTION. OUTCOME OP with her aunt, Mrs. C- - J. Enright, and Mr. Enright. A review of tho polling in tho week Miss Irene McCabe recent elections in Ireland shows for Bay VIow, Mich.,lefttolast the be Republican Nationalist guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Cornett that the vote was 1,548,308, while that of at their cottage. Miss Clyde Callahan, of Dayton, the Unionists was but 347,250. tho guest of who In spite of the difficulties under Ohio, Gladys had been Jeffersonvlllo, Moore, Mrs. which tho national representatives has returned home. labored, the final result of the Misses Anna and Mary Cllnes, elections In the six Ulster counties South Sixth street, left Thursday to shows a marked Increase in the Bpend a two weeks vacation In New strength of the Republican party York and the East. Mrs, Frederick Lyons has gone In that area since the general electo is the Three of of Cleveland, where shoNewton guest tion of December. 1918. Rogher daughter, Mrs. counties, Cavan, Mon-agh- ers and Mr. Rogers. the Ulster and Donegal, included under Miss Helen Duble, of Jeffersontho partition act In the area of the vlllo, is at Vincennes, visiting Mrs. returned Russell Bond, daughter of Capt. Parliament, "Southern" Tins RINGS TRUE. twelve Republican candidates un- and Mrs. Isaac Betts. Mr and Mrs. Joe Price had as opposed, and no Unionists or NaEveryone should read and ponder visitors tho past wok Mrs. J. Sidtionalists. ney Hagan and daughters, Louise the words of Supreme Knight Such is the outcome of an elec-to-ln and Grace, of New Haven. Flaherty, an The laying down of four capital ships, battle crusiers of the Hood slxteen-inc- h guns, type, carrying was urged by Secretary Amery of 'the Admrlalty and voted In the Wednesday House of Commons afternoon. Secretary Amery declared the ships should be begun before the Washington conference because that conference would meet In order to see whether by bound agreements of policy It might not be possible to prevent the present programmes of the Powers from being further expanded. This Is another evidence that the English are untrustworthy, the Government being ever ready to promote wars and dissensions between nations rather than safe by guard peace disarmament. America therefore must at a times be watchful. Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Barrett have been visiting at Detroit and Windsor, Canada. Miss Margaret Conroy left last Saturday several weeks at Olympia Springs. Mrs. Thomas M. Barry has been visiting at Frankfort as the guest of Miss Mary Powers. iMIss Rose Cunningham leaves today .for a two weeks' visit to New York and Atlantic City. Miss Aileen Bowling has been visiting at New Haven, the guest of her uncle, Martin Greonwell. Misses Mary Josie Godfrey, Marie Ossman and Mary Adolph will leave today for Camp Daniel Boone. Mrs. Lucia Boldrlck has returned from Lebanon, where she was the guest of Mrs. Grayson Harrison. Mrs. Charles T. Sullivan and MSss Mildred Sullivan left Sunday night to spend a month at Warm Springs. (Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sheridan and children, of Clifton, ore home after a pleasant visit at Worthville. Master Owen Kessack was this week the guest of his grandparents, In Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kessack, d Dr. John Malone has arrived at Petoskey, Mich., for the summer. Misses Bena and Alice Cahill are at Bay Velw, Mich., for two weeks. Wjss Catherine Wells has been visiting Miss Ethel Johnson at New Haven (Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wunder-Ilc- h made a week-end motor trip to FOR Judge Police Court Democratic Primary August 6. Misses Blanche Mitchell, Ida Breswter, Lucy Bristol, Florence Stephens, Dorothy Laverty and Mrs. Edward C. Laverty are enjoying tho cool breezes at Bay Vley, Mich. Miss Louise Facklor, Jefferson-villwas hostess of the Young Girls' Sewing Club Wednesday afternoon. The club admitted ,two new members, Miss Katherine Childs and Miss Margaret Carroll. Mrs. John F. Chester and daughters, Mabel and Margaret, will return home next week from New Vork City, where they have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blunk (neo Chester) for the past month, t Miss Clara Hulskamp entertained last week with a children's pady In honor of her little niece Mary Mary Frances. Besides Frances Hulskamp tho following children were present: Margaret Shackleton, Virginia Herrlck, Dorothy Erthle, Dorothy Herrick, Donald Noon, Billy Noon, Edmund Herrlck and John T. Erthle. e, 1 to $32.50 Values to $38.00 Values to $45.00 Values to $50 00 Values to $70.00 Values c now $18.75 aow $24.75 now. $28.75 now $34 75 now $44.75 C t ( c t t c t c c c t c c G firv nur r1rfl-xva. cfxrla otytw, wfc v.v.., quality, value. Then compare prices, -w , 1 ! CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP ' NUKIHWLSl UKiNfc-TTT TH1KD AND JEFFERSON www.u.... TTTTTTTTTTTTTT T T T TTTF WWWWWWWMMVMMUWVWUMWWM II I I III WWWWWWWWWWWWwrwwwwww. TTT TTT BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME THROUGH OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN Don't put off papering your homo because of tho lack of ready cash. We will paper your home for you on credit on payments to suit your in- TXTrt rtnma T.n..rt o lnffvo.. rltemlo. ' any other store in Louisville. We sell moro paper than any other storeana are aoie 10 quote me liUWBbr i'usaiiiUia iiuuius. wall Fape, UWiU UJ2IMT I'iUlt HUJjJj AMJ Ui. rf OTT A T A VTnLTT TTT A TT Tlinnnn - K. 802-- 8 KORB & SON MAIN 140 ST. CHARLES' LAWN FETE. On next Tuesday and Wednesday, August 9 and 10, afternoon and evening, the congregation of St. Charles Borromeo will give a lawn fete on the church grounds, Twenty-sevent- h and Chestnut. A special entertainment has been arranged for each afternon beginning at 2:30 and the ladles of the parish will serve supper each evening from G to S o'clock. An enjoyable time Is promised all who attend. VOTE FOR BEN F. EWING FOR CITY EAST MARKET STREET, ABOVE SHELBY ' 2547 S20W.tt)L7NUT.-- r lOUlTWllttHY. .REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY Don't forget the and Wednesday. dates-Tuesda- -- next County Commissioner Democratic J. E. DAWKINS CO. Home Sites For Sale On Easy Payments. Offer now five acres, four-roobungalow; ten minutes' walk from city car; $500 cash, balance like rent- - Address 209 S. Brook. VISITS IHS PARENTS. Primary Aug- oarasiown, speni a pieasam weeje-en- d with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mouth, 1205 South Preston street. Brother Victorian was one of the pioneer members of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., and has a wide circle of friends and admirers here who are glad that old St. Joseph's is very successful under his AJjARM "WAS FALSE. Rev. Brother Victorian, C. F. X., President of St. Joseph's College at ust 6. JOSEPH R. KIRWAN West End Sheet Metal Works Roof Painting nnd Chimney Pointing a Specialty. Spouting and Guttering. Phone Shawnee 1420-- L 3019 West Market Street J. E. WELSH, MANAGER. , "-v SHERIFF Republican Primary. TINNERS designed to reveal and exploit the divisions among the IriBh people. The actual result is to demonstrate as near an approach to unanimity as can possibly obtain in a,ny country in the world sltuat ed like Ireland. An unu&ually long wick In tho sanctuary lamp brought firemen and policemen to St. Michael's church, Brook street, near Market, at 9:53 o'clock Sunday night. Tho firemen ran into the old church, but once Ingido they talked in whispers, as three flashlights searched tho darkThe Tire lighters ened Interior. sniffed the air but they could not smell smoke. Finally they learned that a boy saw the dull Tod glow of tho sanctuary lamp, and thinking it a fire turned In an alarm. Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables 2500 SCHULMAN'S GROCERY BOTH PHONES GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVER POCKET BILLARD TABLES Brunswick-Balko-Cojlond- er i3aSSf LOUISVILLE, JOHN COMPAQ S82 Mary'a-of-the- Hemstitching Buy St. Bernard Coal 607 South Fourth Ave. LEVY Buttoss Kssell Pleating S Kav-anau-gh - 7-- ais-Dan- AL Prop. I THE TIME i , FURNACES - $1.00 enthu-iriast- o, Engl?, I SIMON PONTKK vM. r Ll J T i.t v i r v i ). I ftr mtf t : u tf s '. M ,rft ivc; tf ISr- - fv1" k Z.V ' 'I " l lyWfi'f ".' """i ' l i 'fp!WB5?S5S?S?l y ;,VL-''- J .'" Pywyi'yTiTC;" 'H V' f JBCBJBrXtTOKCY IWtXJSEC Jk3MCBKIOAJ:- - GREGORY'S ' ANTI-DEMOCRAT- IC SPEECH ,'...;.- . One of His Bitter Attacks oh the Democratic Party and Leaders Dercribed by the Louisville Herald of July 19, 1917 Devotes Hour to '. Denunciation of Organization and Men Named on the Democratic Ballot. ' Judgo Gregory's careful partlcularizatlon of the elements composing tho Louisville "machino" left no doubt as to the pofldtl- cai organization described. Not all of Louisville public officers, he said, aro members of tho machino. Some of them aro honest and independent men. These men, however, aro in offlco "noU because the machine wants them there, but because they aro Its grudging tribute to respectability." The Democratic organization, consisting of the members of tho City and County Executive Oonunilteo from the chairman down, havo been captured "body and soul" by the "machine," Judge Gregory declared. Tho organization, ho pointed out, is created URGES StACIDINE DESTROYED. undor tho law as a judicial body to decide Judgo Gregory devoted moro than an party problems dn an Impartial" manner. hour to a description or the "macblno" Under tho present regime, however, it has become simply an agency to be exploited and its operations, and concluded with an by the machine. eloquent appeal to all free citizens to stray its power in Louisville by opposing DECLARES OBJECT GRAFT. Its candidates in the coming primary. Tho Tho object of the Louisville machino only candidates to whom he alluded by name, however, as an agent of the ma- Judge Gregory declared to be "graft" chine, was Sheriff Charles J. Cronan, who "tho most .bounteous harvest of graft of which its development is capable." As seeks tho mayoralty nomination. beginning his address, Judge Gregory to the success of the organization, he deIn expressed regret for inability to do Justice clared. "The leaders of the machine in Louis to his 'subject, "A Crisis In Our City's ville could give a post graduate course Affaire." His best effort, ho declared, to tho master political criminals of tho would give but a faint impression of the world." gravity of the crisis. Tho speaker then After some general discussion of the proceeded, in Judicial fashion, to define machine's methods, tespeclaily in tho solecl, exactly what ho would mean when ho used xion or candidates, Judge Gregory said, the term ".machine" during the course of "hut lot's not deal in generalities. Lot's his address. bo specific. In this case tho machino has selected for Mayor a man It knows will do SOME ARE INIQUITOUS. Its bidding. It has selected a man who Tho term Is used promiscuously and would never havo been thought of for loosely, Judgo Grogory declared. Some Mayor but for tho fact that tho machino '"machines" are good and perform, useful know that he would do Its bidding. I refer Others are iniquitous, stiflo to Chanles J. Cronan." functions. the voice, of freedom and paralyze the hands Shoriff Cronan, Judgo Grogory, continued, of justice. has failed to show any qualification, for Louisville, ho declared, has been en- Sheriff other than readiness to do tho bidslaved by a "machine" of tho latter sort. ding of tho machino. His public record has The machine hore, ho said, is composed not revealed, ho said, any qualification as of men holding public office, of members .to party loyalty, fidelity in office, or execuof the Democratic City and County Execu- tive ability. Judge Gregory gave a scathing arraigntive Committee and precinct committeemen, of many men seeking city contracts, ment of Sheriff Cronan's announcement of classes of persons wlio seek special that ho will suppress gambling, it elected prlvllego or immunity from tho law, and Mayor.' "Ho knows that ho will not enforco tho further "of a largo element of known and confessed criminals, many of them devel- gambling ilaws," Judgo 'Gregory declared, oped by this Infamous organization." "and every spoke in every- - whcol of that have 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 CrimlnaU Court, who was tho chief speaker at a Democratic rally at Frankfort Avenue and Kennedy Court last night. This machine, Judgo Gregory declared, composed of political pirates, confessed criminals and other selfish or lawless elements, Is In partnership with lawless saloons and gambling hells, and. has "grown fat in a very revel of debauchery and saturnalia of crime." Citizens of .Louisville by not got ono-ha- lf machino knows that ho will not enforce. thai law. It this wore not tho case, ho would a vote toom that machine." ' T Mr. Cronan has been Sheriff years, during two years of which Judge Gregory presided over the Crlmlnaf Court. "In all that time," Judgo Grogory charged, "I have yet to learn that ho has made a singlo effort to detect a single offender, although, tho town runs riot with gamblers. You know and I know that he could toy .hands on dozens of thorn tonight." Tho same thing is true of tho police department, tho speaker oharged. Ho paid tribute to the polico department, declaring that It Is highly efficient and capablo in detecting ordinary kinds of crime. SAYS ORIJIES PROFITABLE. three and . "But when it comes to crimes that are profitable to the machine," Judgo Grogory declared, "that polico force Is as worthless as tho mummies in tho pyramids of the Pharaohs. "If a man should break into this; housr tonight and steal a sack ot flour, before noon tomorrow tho polico would havo him in jail, with sufficient proof to send him to the penitentiary. But if your boy of 18 years goes to a protected saloon tonight he can get as mucin IHquor as his money will buy, In spite of the law against selling to minors. And If, inflamed with drink, he goes on to the poolroom, he can bet all ot ihls money on a horse Tace." Tho Teason the saloons aro not forced to obey the law and gamblers aro not punished, Judge Gregory declared, is because the machine's llfo depends on tho of criminal1 saloonkeepers and proprietors of gambling hells. It must havo their aid to reap Its harvest of graft and perpetuate its powers." Judge Grogory concluded with a vigorous appeal to citizens to aid In downing tho machine. "Tho machine," ho declared, "rampant, brazen, grown. fat in a very revel ot and a saturnalia ot crime, drunk with the continued triumph of oonruption, will appeal to citizens 'not to glvo tho old town a toad name' by talking of thesd con ditions.' " Tho proper answer tb this plea, ho declared, Is to glvo tho town a good name by destroying tho machino which permits these evils to exist. '.1 Vote For L. YOU KNOW HIM. INDORSED CANDIDATE FOR D. Greene and Strengthen the Ticket mi hi rrnnwiHi,, THOS. D. CLINES County Tax Commissioner Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Next Saturday, August 6, Primary Election August 6. hem '" vMfiHEEBflEEBflflEEEflflBflflflflflflflEK inHnAHVw.iH;:: MRS. JOHN COUNTY L. WOODBURY CANDIDATE FOR TAX COMMISSIONER Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. HOME MADE PIES,', CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY BAKED DAILY Uouio'Plione City 1843 ANDREW KORTZ'S BAKERY" HOME PHONE. CIY B806 507 WEST BROADWAY HENRY EILER BROS. DEALERS IN AXJi KINDS Or SECOND-HAND AND STREET TIGHT AND SLACK - BARRELS AND KEGS978-98- 2 EEflflflHEEEEEEf"Pra. EEflBHHBHHBEEJ 3&:?Y Ti - - UNDERIHLL LOUISVILLE, XI. IATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION IncorporMeU CO. Genoral John Christian Smuta, Premier of South Africa and Intermediary ot the British Government in the peace negotiations with Ireland. TAKE YOUR VIEW. Sam '" '" "LRfev? ILi&KaRlEflflflEBflflS Kf lslsGSi&rcrcSiBsSBEflflflflB wiw Miiiinirmnirmirm m m nnrmrwf Every effort' is being made to get LOUISVniLE, XT. Americans to look upon the Irish f.86 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING Republican army as a murder gang. . .nm.i. uuiuuei vi J. B. OhUgschlager, President . A. 3. OfallaMMagev georeay n. 'niBUita u .1n xlu&uoi. Mt.VMtA.. rut kilo Wilier HOME PHONE, OITT B529 the iForum, for oxample, fills a large Dart ot the eleven pages unwisely allowed him, with talk about "Re21 GUMB. PHONE, PLEASURE RIDQ publicans, fiercely vindictive, fightguerilla war," ing a relentless Positioned CUlekea Dinner Served To Order "scores of outrages very day," and of All Kinds Served Ob Short Notice Sandwiches tho noble valor of the Blacks and Try Oar DeUoIoeus C1hI Sandwialies Tan wfoo are facing tine guerilla campaign. The writer, Sir SamSUMMER GARDEN uel "Hoare, says; 'Wy claim to imC. M. narilalltr mut ue based upon the GlMrtirook Station, 18th Street Koad tact fehat I m an Hngllirtiman, who (V tAtnttftMi nAlthat with Ulater nor Stekt Miles From Ceart Howe wita tfce South of Ireland.'' Surely IMUSIO , 1 A GENERAL CONTRACTORS I 1 SCHELL'S -. . An Englishman ought to bo sufficiently disinterested XEW CEMETERY OPEN. to give an unbiased view on the Irish situation. But it is possible Tho new St. Louis cemetery, on that an American might bo even Baxter avenue opposite Shady Lane, a little less affected by passion, la open now and several burials prejudice, and interest. have taken place. There are at William Hard ia in Ireland as cor- least three sections that are graded respondent for the Metropolitan and plotted, excellent roads are Magazine. Here ts what he has to made all through the grounds, the Bay in the lat issue of that maga lodge and waiting room aro com- zine concerning the members of the insn ueptiDiican army: "BttNOj) the entrance. As all lots in; the Fogarty said that the woldlera of oemetery on Barrett avenue have: the Irish .Republican army in Me been soldi It necessitated tne open dloeeee wwe dmwn from among ing of the new plot of ground hla beat young men, from among bought some year ago lor tins purthe moat l&UlHgent ef tbm, and pose. SInee beginning the work - Superintendent Meehan has made the ,mot devout and moL popu-- j Very satisfactory progress. ate aad ahata; and tfcat the is right! lation was bound to follow them, AUGUST PRIMARY because it was .bound to follow its best; and .that it was now following them more than ever. "Images came back across my mind of young militant Sinn Fein-er- a whom I had met; and further Images rise before me now ot other young Sinn Felners equally militant and equally murderous, whom I melt later members of battalions of the Irish Republican army, and messengers running between different parts of the Irish civil and military 'conspiracy of assassination'; and I remember that I waa always conscious of the gult between them and mo in race and religion; but always1 conscious also of the feeling that I should have a quite satisfied admiration for any young- men of my own race and religion who in; trying to Impress a stranger, should follow the austere ways that these young men ot sinn jvein ionoweu with me. Thoy virtually invariably refused intoxicating liquors. They rolled out no warlike oathff, nor any other oaths of even a mild drawing-roosort. TJiey told no stories. From among these young men I happened to hear not one profane word, and not one obscene word, and not one word or story that even the most squeamlsn person could can even vulgar. They were by far the cleanest spoken string of young men that t ihad ever anywhere encountered. I wae driven to conclude rnat, It in the matter of drink and in the matter of talk, they were simply trying for my benefit to live up to the high moral reputation of tho Irish Republican army, they were, at any Wilton JcUico Lump $8.25 West Virginia Lump rate, living up to it in those matters Ilarlan Lump $8.2& Taylorf Lump , with quite astonishing completeness. Hazard Lump $8.25 West Kentucky Lump "Tuv tlilncfi are. In fact. Der23 cents ,per ton less than above prices if coal is dumped fectly certain about the Irish Re- eled off. publican army In Justification of the popular regard for Its moral character. First, It Is an army greatly opposed to drunkenness and licenMfOORPOJU.THD tiousness. And second; it ie an army greatly given to tho practice Guthrie Street. Both Phone of the ceremonies of religion." 6 :""' i VOTE FOR CANDIDATE FOR L. D. GREENE COUNTY JUDGE m Subject to the action of the Democratic party COAL REDUCEDJULY DELIVERIES S8.2B $7.00 S7.00 not shov- Byrne ,315 . Speed Coal Corporation 33UY NOW 315. S. BISENBERGPHON1 OITY 4485 OSBJ2r SHCOND I - 517 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Expert Ladies' Tailor and Furrier. Clothes Remodeled 0? BLACKMAN-KOB- Y ALL NIGHT tmr- City 337 and 3SS PHONES Male 9108 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY "Put Our Drug Store Back of YoMr I'rescrlpiioH" Prosorlption CORNER SpeolaliMtM DRUG CO. AND OHBSTNUT STRMHTS V m&T&IPrXCttZY XEtl&X JLTk.XJU'JLJlA-- J uJ!ktEMftXC.Muev . j. ..... .. - ... .,-- w ITinnil? i.X-.- X IT AP17I3Q 141U By BUI JsEfok Vgl Bailey iXii.vs SALES CO. Main 8473 WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. Because we secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Pnnnn you may save considerable in tho papering of your homo and there jPMbf forFronten3Ri a Ford Comaw SHOCK ABSORBERS Sen Ice rilutlon I'd and Liberty Phones ' t Vand mens furnishings tiaCari. kfcL7 SHINGLES KY. HASSLER IflUISVILLE.KYJr City 2712 are patterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooPapers FROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL And besides wo furnish you with experienced hangers m 7 VTHES mmAm 'MfMfi&lXX 33. ? -- mt vyi lejrn FLOORDSG r HENRY ' FISCHER 804' EAST MARKET STREET ft. KORB & SON ABOVE. SHELBY PORK PACKER $1.00 Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. vC CyiATZOj. ii te 00 . BreoMarlflre: Brandt Trd as Rwltek, & Boiled Hams a Specialty CALL US FOE National Banft of KentucKy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Wheu you hae bottles to sell see us. Jiave a large biock oi an hinu. BOTTLES 020-02- Wbeu you waut lo buy bottles we il and Grease y brother likes that little girl, City 8714 F. W ALWBS & SON Avenue Fcbr 8 He's neve I Cjne A?i In Lowest STEIN-'-in the City Price Market S ke that to m e,, Just cause lam lus sister. n ice 1 1' PVP.n Uiftflrrl ho.r. FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company -Kentucky Louisville NEW O. T. GOAL YARD COAL OO. S. Clay nnd Fulton Streets. High Grntlo Coal at tlio very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 4480; Main 1058 Ernest Oatey Drug Co. Incorporated . ACCURACY Bardstown Road and Longest Avo. Highland 1169 East 9168 A7-t-, c U. S Feature Service Inc SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. L.KOELLNER PLUMBER Boys' 628 S. SECOND STREET Both Phones 2344 CALLED TO REWARD. died of Sister Ludlvlca, slxty-flycomplication of diseases Saturday morning at St. Joseph's Infirmary. Slio had been ill only two days. Bdfore taking the veil she, was Miss e, forty-thre- Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Etc., at Lowest Prices Home Pliono City 3050 Manufacturer R.andLAPS and Dealer in Men's of Harness G. J. MERIWETHER DESIGNER AND BUILDER 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. THE VERY BEST CHAS. ARTISTIC HOMES 308 STARKS BUILDING Main 345 EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS City 9196 HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, CnAS. P. GALAS, Ladles' Hats A Specialty. Mary Schneider, of Paducaih. She City 1308. 210 S. Third HOME PHONE CITY 2528 had been at St. Vincent's Orphan Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits e age years. She is surDry Cleaned. Pressed and 735 E. BROADWAY. vived hy three sisters, who live at LOUISVILLE, Paducah. TJie body was taken to Highland 72 East B72 Bardstown for burial. Her sudden Highland 841 death was a shock to her .friends East FLY SCREENS nnd the orphanago children, by WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT METAL WEATHER STRIPS whom she was beloved and looked upon as a mother. . PBNDENNIS A. ENGELHARD & SOWS CO. Inc. MASON GOSS KY 91B3 , HONORS FOR PASTOR. ADAMS & BALLWEY TELEPHONES 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated Weekly Savings Club . 2START ONE THIS MJNTH WITH THE GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. CITY 1705 South Louisville Bank FoHrth and Central Watch Crvntala Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Let Mo Figure On Your New Home Alterations Made Garages Prompt Attention To Pliono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 All Stylo The Radius 408 SOUTH Jewelry FOURTH Shop AVE. M. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. H. C. LARSEN HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK PAINTING, GUTTERING, GENERAL JOB WORK SPOUTING Successor to WM. F. SHABER CO. AND HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES All Kinds of Footwear For the "Whole Family ROOFING. ROOF THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY . mon. Tho HAMBLY'S Stores Father Selbertz was ordained at frhone Parkway 113 73tf" South Twelfth Street, Between Broadway nnd Slaple Shaw. 1710 InnBhruck, Tyrol, July 26, I1886, by BAXTER LOUISVILLE, KY. 20th and Portland METAL WORKS HOME PHONE, CITY 2614 City 7104 tho Right iRev. Simon Eichner, 18th nnd Magazlno TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING He read You Will Do Better at Spurrier'a" prince Bishop of Brlxen. 8EH POOLEY FOR MONBY. his first mass July 31, on the feast FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- - Furnace nnd Refrigerator Repairing A. L. Bool Painting a Specialty day of St. Ignatlous, founder of the Loans to those having regular In Jesuits. He was born In Rhenanla, CATESSEN FRESH, MEATS CHIMNEY BAKER AND CONFECTIONER tomes or salary, with no pnbllcltj Gonmuiy, and came to America In AND VEGETABLES 442 BAXTER AVE., at Underfill! Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1715 ir red tape. Loans to housekeeper his hoyhood, completing his college a their personal security. SPURRD3R GROCERY CO. course for the priesthood at the St. CREAM Vincent's College, Latrobe, Pa., In P. B. F. R. POOLHY, & BROADWAY and HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 Hewn 1, Courier-JournBuilding 1880. Ho then went to Rome four Shawnso 1817 Phones West 8E2 STREET 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH later to Innsbruck, wlioro for PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN 415 8. Fourth Street. years he studied theology under the HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRING SLIGHTLY SECOND-HANyear of his ordination complete measure of homo rule, Jesuits. Tho HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW AND Estimates Furnished Fixtures Furnished GLOBE SBOTJRITY ft LOAN OO he returned to the United States which may, eventually, lead to the AND LADIES' SHOES AND CLOTHING WORN MEN'S and was assigned to St. Andrew's establishment of a republican gov- 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET Incorporate. HIGHLAND 704 church, Richmond, Ind., ns assistant ernment. when, that day AT THE LOWEST PRICES And A. Lazar, Manager to his brother. Father Henry Sel- comes, every friend of Ireland, no Gny Leber Cbas. Leber bertz. In 1892 he was transferred mjlttpr whnta ha mnv ha nnn liictllv Money Advanced on Your Fl&la H RALPH DAVIS. to 'Indianapolis as assistant to the sing, as did John Locke: Street 812 West Jefferson WE BUY AND SELL CITY 8230 Very Rev. Anthony Schneider. The on, Ireland, isn't It grand ypu look, COR. PRESTON AND WALNUT (Second Floor) next year he was made pastor of the Like a bride In her rich adorning, INTERIOR DECORATORS City 2967. Home Phono St. James church In Gibson county And with all the pent up love of 300 NORTON BUILDING years later was transand 'four my heart KEMPER HOME PHONE, CITY 2709 C. Res., Shawnee 1863-- L ferred to the St. Paul's church In City 6910 1 bid you the top o' the mornin'. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY to tho St. went Co. Tell City. HeJanuary 15, 1910. Sullivan Mary's church KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. Incorporated OYSTERS IN SEASON EOKERLE DRUG COMPANY HOT AND COLD LUNCH TRANSPORTATION, DAWN FOR IRELAND. GENERAL Opening with tho flare of fireSPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES PICNICS AND TRUCKS FOR EVERYTHING CUT. RATE ALL THE TIME works for tho first time In hIx Years. PHONE CITY 1503 Back In 1902 and again in 1909 filled 041 WEST MARKET STREET "HAYRDDB PARTIES" with novel attractions never FLOYD AND MARKET Sutherland, at the time asHugh LOUISVILLE, KY. uoioro seen itentucKy ami air 1129 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phones sociate editor of the Philadelphia and gymnast in thrillers that make COMPANY trips to IreDRUG North American, made OAKDALE Incorporated which ono gasp for breath, the Kentucky IT'S A His observations, land. opens H. A. DOLL wore Intensely Interesting and free StateIs Fair, which largest September to be the and most PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS from all prejudice, were printed 12, TIRE neia In that paper and attracted atten- attractive ever Deroro Pitrnrtv in tne TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS CONCRETE WORK fipnriHtl( tn H ftvnea 8104 FOURTH AVENUE. Mr. Sutherland Rtntn tion everywhere. Always Appreciated CO. Your Patronage, Largo or Small, said at tho timo that "public opin- Secretary of the fair. The members PARK 2G2 N CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER H O. N ES tins Incorporated 500 ion, even In England, now endorses ot tne Advisory committee PARK year represent interests from all demand for tho century-ol- d 3 BAXTER AVENUE SERVICE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT sections ot tne state, and tne ex- CITY C88 MAIN 3C61 In Ireland." Either Phone LOUISVILLE CEREAL MILL CO. aemana auoui 10 uo ruu- - ecutive Committee, headed by W. C. Is tho Incorporated lzed? Ireland has suffered In tho Hanna, State Commissioner of Agriculture, includes a personal ot men LOANS past few years as flho never CASKETS AND jinfnro. Tho demand on the known to overy farmer and business Manufacturers of the Celebrated On rurnlture, Diamond! and Other Atnwntl Milk Scltlfkty TntM UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES part of her people has been almost man In Kentucky. The fireworks ItjnwlH Funeral Directors Property at Zoweet Kates la City Brand during for tho unanimous for tne severance 01 iui displayFair week six nights $40,000 (WHOLESALE ONLY) Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy will cost England Stato Ues with England; but "NONESUCH" PEOPLE'S PROVTOENT LOAN Embaimers. Ksi&lSv hna. Ikvaii loth o crant the conces and Includes a caste ot 400 persons Chiropodist NATIONAL CASKET 00. ASSOCIATION 75 girls who will perform a IR. sions demanded. Now. however. and Meal, Grits, nomlny, Corn' Flour, Telephone. 1 322 507 Incorporated Incorporated Nights ?$ the sympathy of tho entire worm harem dance Tho Arabian being n Hog and Poultry Feeds Dairy, Stark. Eleventh and Magazine Streets is with the struggling people. Eng- will he depicted, each night S. E. COB. THIRD AND JEFrSBSOlf 's g different BmU41b OOO ED. adventure, Including FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS land feels that she must do 203 COLEMAN BUK.DINO voyage, Aladdin's lamp, All Both Pko?M In order to bold, at least in 1265 City 3069;South R. A. measure, the respect- - of the Baha and tho forty thieves, the some court of Haroun Al Raschld "the JOHN B. RATTERMAN world. C. A. KOERNER & CO. DRUGS Magnificent," tho DJinnl's SHOES FOR MORE LUMBER It waM Gladstone who once said: geance, and will close with venBETTER tho or fouler "I know of no blacker Prescriptions Our Specialty is used In tho construction ot GENERAL CONTRACTORS FUNERAL DIRECTOR history of man burning of Bagdad. The 1921 cataLESS MONEY transaction In the your home than any other mapress Is "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" than tho making of the union be- logue, wJiIch for just off the to all OFFICE AND YARD: terial. We furnish the best lumdistribution And and is ready MARKET STREET tween England and Ireland." PHONES: SPALDING SHOE CO. 2114 WEST ber at reasonable prices. for Jt, shows a FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS in spite of the wholesale confisca- persons nuking Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 ' ' SEE US ' ' tion. In spite of tho fact that Eng- rremlum list totaling $110,000. High Rent District LOUISVILLE, KY. Home, City 1881 and 1882 Out of tho West 1179. land never had any legal right or OUR BEST SALESMAN IS MAPLE STS. STREETS EAGAN. AGREE WITH FOURTH AND HILL EIGHTEENTH AND title In Ireland; her torles have O'clock Hem Phone, City 4300 GOING had the effrontery to call the lead- GOOD SERVICE Oflen Evenings Until N1"Q nnrmiRfl certain Euroncan coun ers In every movoment for, selfCumb. Phone, Main 85S.QIP SO CALL WILL B. MILLER rODOlS. lurm tries find dt necessary to maintain Home Phone. City 7091 ine determination Home Phone, Shawnee 803 so wrongfully used, for an ambassador to tho Holy See, cerMATTHEW HAMMON COMPANY Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son KEAPP'S MEAT MARKET was never have been Inspired by tain Americans Catholic and men these TWELFTH AND OLDHAM HENRY GOSS truest patriotism, the United States RESIDENCE, 1051 EAST MARKET think nothln.g hut the Wholesale b& Retail SPOUTING , Dealers In a ilove of their native land which should do llkerwlso. Dr. Maurice HOOFDTG, QUCTHMNG, TOR CITY 2750 laiX. YSAXi JUTB SOUTH 276 death. Francis Egan, an authority on dipmeant In some instances TJa Reefs Repaired m3 ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT Throughout the past four years lomatic tradition and practice, dif All Kinds ef Smoked Heats WALL FAP1R AND SUG1 Speeelalty Atfbait Bhlsglea a those patriotic Irlsbmon and wom fers with them, and alter ingesting tOI KA8T JBFFERSON STRKBT bldg., en have suneeru imprisonment mm his reasons most of us 'will agree city WB6T BROADWAY eil Both Phones 2406 (uvoy wiwwui C! oi nliamhlp.q. iim-iist. Home Phone, City 7804 West 412-- torture; tn t Ha nave kouu, theV have with him that "tho appointmentable i,,lviu wbst markrt va Cigar an Aj)ostolIc Delegate (now the Cumb. Phone, llerm Perfeeto REUTLINGER & CO. 2H anH JUmm Btood In front of British guns and Archbishop John Bonzano), whose gehroer's Backers city -suffered themselves to oe snoi tor house has never been under suspiatola Adolph ReHtllnger & OSTRADER & HARRIS (UNION MADE) their .homeland, their heloved Ire- - cion as the resort of politicians of Wert Xy., clean lamp. .,..,, Big- - Clean Kmt, ho aUok monreuRANOi PHARMACY No. 2 Home Phone, City 6041 Blob, lumpy mise rna But the Mgh te breaking once any kind, fulfills every rational ' tive for the closer binding ot the more. Thera Is hope on the AND TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Per Ton Delivered Aaywbe SCHROER BROS. HIGHTBBNTH AND MADISON STS. Ireland may not become a spiritual and ecclesiastical affairs ot PLATS GLASS FEN'B CIGARS lSOd WSST MAKKBT STRSHT heel te the United State with the head ot repuWI, for th BrRU If V Haul It. ii B r Ta jftMtMtMtwws of LOUISVILLE, KY. 128 SOUTH THIRD 8TRMT Oleaer Tlrox on mg rde ReeMeawe FboM SteWHee 122-- J hard to Mtee; hut she wlH get a the churefa. jbffjbkson jurr 9 m Albany, was honorejd at a reception PROGRESSIVE WORK DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls nt the St. Joseph's Wall Sunday FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE night in celebration of tho thirty-fift- h JOHN REC0IUS' SONS anniversary of his ordination Wo neartlly Recommend the RUBBER TIRES PUT ON DOLL BUGGIES AND miSH; Bishop Joseph to the priesthood. Chartrund of Indianapolis was the MAILS FULL LINE OP TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. Co. ohiet speaker. A purse containing 217 WEST MARKET STREET tn. n aiitri .011(11101011 BOTH' PHONES 299 CITy g2Q6 nnrnhasfl an automobile was presented to Father MENBING DONE FREE Selbertz by C. Urban Zoeller on be AUTO LAUNDRY Annrcssnmp.cj half of the congregation. The reC. E. Davis ception was atttended by New Al- L. P. Blackburn GADDIE & ROSENHAM bany Catholics and the priests of BLACKBURN & DAVIS tho various parishes of the New Al414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET bany district of tho diocese of InPLUMBING AND HEATING Bishop AUTO REPAIRDTG BY SKILLED MECHANICS dianapolis. than Other 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Ohartrand and Mr. Zoeller, the HOME PHONE, CITY 7570 WORK DONE PROMPTLY speakers were tho Very Rev. Home Phone, Crescent 71 pastor of the Holy LOUISVILLE Charles Curran, KENTUCKY TrlnHv 1iiirnh nnd ilpnn nt thft NftW Albany district, and John Beck, Jr., u. hi. wommann presiueu. ino anBODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT niversary celebration closed Monday mornlnc with solemn hlch mass CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY DRUGGISTS at the St. Mary's church. Father VARLETY WOODWORK YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE REPAIRING Selbertz was tho celebrant and APPRECIATED 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. Bishop Chartrand delivered tho ser HOME PHONE. CITY 0270 Father William F. Selbertz, pastor of the St. Mary's church. New 078 BAXTER AVENUE LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK GEO. "ROMIES" J. ROMISER, Prop. Repaired Progress Laundry .... Demling's Pharmacy OTTO J. OSTER SHEET GUNN POINTING ICE THIRTY-FOURT- H al HAWKINS D LEBER BROTHERS SOFT DRINKS J. Transfer "STAR" 621-62- H.B0SSES0N and sui-rnr- ai CORNS.BUNIONS & Ptr-on- al BROADWA'X gome-thin- Sin-bad- tw rgw 1&&tf8s28mB Fine's Pharmacy -i FISHING? non-Catho- lic Bl. MINNOWS PHONES: COAL "falls m hall CASH W Frank Hariman Sons ... SOUS! PAINTIRS DI00XAT0E8 horl-3M- B, mi ..el. n itrmt INTUCKY That Good Old IRISSXX AMEBIC OPEN FOR BUSINESS EIGHT REASONS WHY DEMOCRATS SHOULD VOTE FOR NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE FEHR'S X, L. ALLEN B. GWIN its former punch and exhilarating qualities. Is back again with all of Womea's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell foxcash, small overhead, small margin and utmost value. PRIMARY CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED 320 WEST JEFFERSON STREET SAINT VINCENT'S ACADEMY 1. There is an almost universal demand foi a business man for Mayor. Allen B Hops, .Malt and Gwin is 'a business mas with a clean record. Made from Choicest SAINT VINCENT, KENTUCKY, other Cereals by the old, reliable Fchr rig School for young Ladies and Girls, conducted by the A 2. The Mayor of Louisville should be thoroughly acquainted with the civic condi- SIstors Board! of of Nazareth. Intermediate method. tions of the city. AUca B. Gwin,.a President of the Bardstown Road Welfare Asso Academic. Charity attention given Courses: Primary, Dressmaking. and Special Afto Music, Art and elation, has been a leader in the movements tending to progress and develop his city. filiated with tho Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Accredited to ' the Kentucky State University. Terms moderate. Served Everywhere For Catalog, etc., Apply to 3. The Mayor of Louieville should know the people and represent the masses. Mr. SISTER SUPERIOR, Gwin. is of the people and is not under the influenoe nor dominated by special interests. SAINT VINCENT, KY. 4. The. Mayor ef Louisville should be chesen by "the people" of Louisville. Allen B. Gwin is endorsed by "the people." MAIN467....CITY 5. The Mayor of Louisville should be able to manage the city on a business basis, FOURTH AND PARK AVENUE CENTRAL CONSUMERS' COMPANY to reduce taxes and practice economy. Allen B. Gwin's experience enables him to keep CONDUCTED BY THE DOMINICAN SISTERS. INCORPORATED uiL these pledges which he made. Primary, Preparatory", Commercial Courses. Music and Art. 6. The Mayor of Louisville should be executive officer of Louisville. Allen B. KENTUCKY. Gymnasium Classes, French Course throughout, Domestic LOUISVILLE, Science, Sowing. Home Nursing taught. Gwin is not shackeled, therefore will enforce all laws impartially. Now Playground Apparatus installed. West 0203 Shawnee 80 7. The Mayor of Louisville should be a householder, a home man. Allen B. Gwin VISXOD is a husband, a father, a home owner, respected by his neighbors and- trusted by all Boarding and Day School For Girls. who know him. A select boarding and day school for girls comprising academic, 8. The Mayor of Louisville should have the confidence of the mothers. Allen B. preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art, Gwin for years has worked for better hemes, better streets, better schools, and is music, elocution and language. Affiliated with Uio Catholic University, , Washington, D. C. Accredited to tho Kentucky State University. Fot" respected by the women voters of Louisville. Order a Case Sent Home ' HOLY ROSARY AOAiOEMY -j- - BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT FOR A GOOD 4959 "WEST MARKET STREET Information apply, URSULINE SISTERS, 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. ALLEN B. GWIN FOR MAYOR, FROM OLD ERIN TALKING GAELIC. OHIOKBN DINNER Drs. Harrison and Strassburg "WeMake a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Pain. Mt. St. Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy and Itudd Avenue, Louisville, Ky. A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto. Preparatory, Commercial and Academic Courses. Music Instrumental and Vocal. For catalogue, terms, etc., address Mother Scholastica. Thirty-fift- h 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phone City 4G03 Home Phonc-Clt- Phono City 4593 y 809 J. B. STRAUSS MAKERS OP & CO. t KJT. hand, Typewriting and kindred subjects. The patrons and friends of this pnper will do well to look Into tho merits of this school. Ask n number of business men who have employed our graduates they know. For superior merits of system, quality 08 instruction and economy of cost you can not equal it. Seo us and we can tell you why. 1 Wo do not close during the summer months. Ono may enroll any time, as wo givo both individual and class instruction. Both Day and Night classes in Penmanship, ShortBook-keeping, SUMMERSCHOOL "THE CREAGER BUSINESS SCHOOL STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" 236 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE LOUISVTIiLE, KY. Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home 2106 PORTLAND AVE. Drop in and Get Acquainted Phone Shawnee 1416 GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. Fourth Floor E.-VtS-- - 423 South Fourth Street Tho Goose on Wmpner Is Assurance That A. T. , PHONES SCHRE1BER LOUISVILLE, KY. MAIN 9357; CITY 671 DRUGGIST COR. PRESTON AND CHESTNUT STREETS ' jBBtLBBH iP?Jv AVOvBBBBBB r.iJ'vS.sTVvftslBBBBBBBBBlHBHBBBHMUBlHBIBBBVtV'MXftJy.vJJ 'rfftBBHjvlL , iMUBBBBBBBBHiBBBVBHRKffllKnnBVlKj'i iA &?. 3hTvx!H!VLLimHhl. 11 EP-- a BtBBIBBHtt t P .PmBBBMBL. vS W Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes Are the Original. INCORPOXATBD Manufactured By Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To West 9200 MAGIC SOAP COMPANY Misses S. A. King and" M. C Roberts, after a s,udy or"GaelIc and French in a French convent ia County Cork, Ireland, have returned to the United States. Miss King is thirteen years of ago and comes from Ironton, Ohio, while her companion, Miss Roberts, who is also her cousin, comes from Cleveland. Miss Roberts won several prizes sod also the coveted ring pin, which admonishes her to talk only Gaelic to any true Irish born person she meets. Tho photo shows Sheila King and Molra Roberts waving Finn Fein and American flags upon their arrival. ARTHUR N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY TWENTY-SIXTH C. WOERTZ AND MARKET 1201 Story Avenue Louisville, Ky. CUT RATE DRUGGIST STREETS LOWEST PRICES stehlin;s bakery PRESTON AND BURNETT Both Phones GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL a "SEVENTH AND BROADWAY SOUTH 0122 CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST PRESCRIPTIONS PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST QUALITY OF DRUG STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE CITY 2524 McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY STEPS TOWARD PEACE. ARTIFICIAL LIMBS That Are Comfortable, Light and Durable. THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. Louisville National Bank Building:, former Walker Bldg. .CHAS. SCHUPP EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS SOFT DRINKS AND HOT LUNCH I I America is ship independent. America need no ;longer turn to any other country lor assistance so far as her merchant marine, needs would dictate. As Chief of Naval Operations during the war, Admiral TJnnnnn fmthtfilllv Havs this shiD in dependence of America spells an other step in tne direction 01 peace promotion. Those who know the importance of an auxiliary navy will appreciate' the position we found ourselves In, when in 1914 the war dogs were let loose in Bu- rrvnn nnri thn earth shook bOCaUSO of the conflict which reached into practically every family of tms world. And It ds well for America that fivia fhnrnnehcrolni: American citizen was af the helm when this independence Wajj attacked by for- Neb. eign intrigue. the interior stations. This will be a substantial addition In numbers, and means a big widening of activ ities. It will bring the Chinese Mission Society total staff of workers in the entire district up to thirty-fiv-e (without Including the native catechlsta1) , a not inconsiderable number at first eight, but still small indeed for tflie task before thorn. Yet each year will see the figures climb and the harvest lnr- crease in proportion. Meanwhile the immediate concern is to see that all wtho are there or will soon be there, are so provides1 for that their work on the field may be maintained .at the highest etate of efficiency. Anv Who can or will help in this work for the conversion of China should correspond with Rev. Edward J. McCarthy, St. Co-.House, umana, lumban's- .Mlsslom - IUSTOKY OF AMERICA. BUSINESS MEETING. vAcrulnv TnATifVilv , CONVENTION AT WASHINGTON. THE BEST IN THE CITY DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED SHAWNEE 965 October 12 in Washington will be called in session the first annual convention of the National Council with Mrs of Catholia Women, JOHN CUNEO'S RESTAURANT Michael J. flavin, National PresiGARGOTTO, Prop dent, in the chair. Miae Camllle P. 608 WEST MARKET STREET y, wno nas oeen Detent, of this HOT AND COLD LUNCH SOFT DRINKS in Washington for months working DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY PHONE CITY 2955 for the National Council, "brings word that the convention will be an one, as women's lome Phone. Parkway 50 CO. important this country ana welfare JNO. P. MORTON & soroau work in Cumb. Phone, Boutfl 8Z3&-- J '' INOOSPORATBq will be furthered. torians have applied the soft pedal of apology to the hard facts ot Colonial and Revolutionary history. A hundred and one offenses against sovereign truth have been comn mitted in the name of the and other hybrid impulses. The Knights of Columbus' have determined to fight this menace to 'American culture with a history movement conducted by experts who know American history and who, in the words of Edward F. McSweenoy, an Indefatigable student ot International history and a recognized authority,, will provide "a history of the American "people by the American people for the American people." Columbia. Anglo-Saxo- America Is the happy Aiunting Both Phones ground; of foreign propagandists who havo penetrated press, pulpit, ASK YOUR GROCER and most outrageous Invasion ot hisall, public schpbls. KREAM So-;all- V- - FRYDKAKES LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated WEST END SCREEN WORKS JOHN WEISS, BUILDER AND MARAGEB , Alterations, Repairing, Jobbing and Store Phone City 1840. 1 Fixtures , 17 N. Fourth St. ' Hot Ghile and All Hinds of Sandwiches Phone City 7555 JOHN TAPHORN H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS prescription druggist Tree GREAT OATHOMO EVENT. meeting of St. Helena's Club will bo held Monday evening Announcement was made at the in Presentation Academy Auditorl- . AIT rectory the past week i.ir.i Cathedral um, r..-iounn anu ,urejtt.iiniufio. memJjera vfho can are urged to at that the Installation of Right Rev. Joseph Schremibs, as fifth Bishop of tend. Cleveland, wtu taKe piace in &i. John Cathedral on Thursday, Sep UNIVERSITY- STADIUM. tember 8. It is expected Hhat the Work on the stadium at the largest number of the hierarchy Catholic University, Washington, D. ever gathered, in Cleveland win ne C. will he undertaken next autumn, present to witness tho installation it has been decided by the, com- of Bishop Sc!hrenipi9. two Invitations American mittee which the lay alumni associa- will be sent to the " i tion of the institution has appoint Cardinals and' to all1 the ArchWARNS, FRED ftrtabUefaed 1806 -- - LwdrrUto, Kj, "ARCHBISHOP OP BALTIMORE. ed to take charge oi tne project, n bishops and Bishops in the United is expected that the stadium will States. Archbishop Moeller, of Cincinnati, wni do doubt preach the OFFICa OUTFiri'JtUM The Right Rev. Michael J. Cur-le- cost about $1,000,000. sermon., Just- appointed Archbishop' of IYLOR' AND BERRY BLVDS. FRLHl'MMI Baltimore, was bora at Golden OTAXXONWS INTO THE FOIiD. TERRD3LE INDICTMENT. Tolanri Atlilnnfv Trolflnkl. OCftober 112. fcHPHONH YOUR DRUO WANTS 1879. He received the bachelor of The wlEe and daughter of the disSHOE SHOP arts degree at taie iwyei universuy tinguished convert, Dr, Frederick Says the current number of the Garden LIBERTYJOHNSON, Prop. laple of Ireland In 190Q. He then went J. Kinsman, former Episcopal Bish- Gaelic Ghurchmap, Dublln.Mhe orBDW. B. to Rome. Italy, where he entered op ot Delaware, have been received gan ot the Irish Guild of the Church teenth and Bernheim Lane (Protestant) : "We have received so the College of the Propaganda. into the church1. puns shoe many letters from correspondents in There he was giyen nw oacueior ui the North that we are' unable to do divinity In 190i, ami ine ucwutu Joft Work Called For and Delivered MAKING AD LIMINA. (Tian vitro anma Tfrjptft from ' of satred theology in 1903. He was way FRED SCHICK, Prop. 9827 WB8T MARKET, STRKHT. ordained to the prieetfcood all Right .Revj James A. Duffy them. One and the deplore the IreChurch of Shawnee 2702-19, l!94. and wff tWen assigned to Blehop ot the Grand Island diocese, the clergy ot mialnna.rv work in Florid. After- sailed .for Rome ,thif week. Btabop land used their pulpits to further Iphone, Shawnee 898, lie w eoaIhe election of the Unionist candii'iv at JOHN B. VYATHEN . eeemted BMhop service Augustine. ri..if-u- Was Mwihrnitanted by Rev. dates, from other parte also of St. Sidney. WILL IOHN F. SAHton i.Ink, pastor of comes the same tale that the ProtrOBXITURH MOVTNfl AMD coNSTJtuonoir estant clergy are eo obsessed by polSIXTHS M5AVING. PAGKDf0 PRAY AND HEM?. OOMFAIIX ities that they have left oft preach- a lernwie inaiei-mea- t, iujr Ckrtot. it more mtadonarle. Jnchii-t- a CONTRAOTOR Sixteen the iperiod up toe la thus erWeal prayer of1ywi wlH and we should be only teo eY wieot rt auHunn to te island's hhrtory, the freed Concrete, "Wreaki,, West 14NM tawmie 1811 gtad it'w eould believe that there Ywisitae rlyr 1. Iting and Owwutow wewc. wa m iwUflrtMr far it." n Ya ma ot rrelaad way do. a SiMMJfGB HAUUOHS tlwir oompiftionB la LOa IWESTJDRN JPAJW4.WAI . - rruA hiifllnpqa 1053 Goes Avenue SOFT DRINK STAND CITY 3328 ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH THE BEST IN THE CITY DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY JR. Home Phone City 3820 Most Attractive Restaurant Near Union Station. GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS r y, Geo. Waldlein Restaurant FINE CANDIES i " - Delicious Pastries a Specialty. i 917 "West Broadway, Louisville Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawnee 2347 AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING r-- " DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST PrurHpa llmlfftd I Drink Stand rxpairikg Li RALPH C. SHAW PT.TTWmi'P Mri vr - Irete r in rifapnftalnsr SEWKRAGH and correcting detects of Eyesight OA8 mrrnm by the fitting of proper glasses. 635 SOUTH JACKSON STRWBT s Phones City 5826r Main 126 SUITE S10 STARES BLDQ. -Third Floor UPHOLSTERING, COR. FOURTH AND CARL y jll jat , STOLL, WALNUT STRBBT8 j Window Shades, Curtain TTunggm Home Phone, City 1180 ' Ofeaafog. Oil Shades. , ' I ' Odkce and Work HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M, OR 'f ' BYAPEOINTMINT i E. St. Cathertee. Fhoae MW1 V TC a: ,ij.-.'- f. tJ tlfrjs- - V A iBB 22 jr 'liil sC Lf PHONE 1 For Best Service Men's two-piec- e e 2635 City $1.50 1.75 1,75 00 . .52.00 to 2.25 2.50 to d.00 I f iirJpt?orsr Xj&ittJEi JtusxExLx2j?j&. SAINT AGNES HERMAN STRAUS fOVHTH AVCHUC and Quality of Work in the Picnic and Chicken Men's medium weight overcoats Wool and silk dresses Evening and fancy dresses Cotton dresses..., Waists v ... Plain skirts Pleated skirts Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks suits suits Men's three-piecMen's light weight overcoats Supper tNCOVfWMrco SONS MARKET STROT J I i We dive and Redeem (fold Trading Stamps. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. NEWBURG ROAD AND SPEED AVENUE Supper begins at 5. Take Jefferson street car to Deer Park avenue. Free ride to grounds. - to2.00 '1-00 BOYS' SUITS White Material 25c Extra "iVcir00 $1-50 up PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY YOUR BOY! investigate your boy to boarding school it will be to your interest to RECENT DEATHS. HARRY B. DRIVER PROPRIETOR S SON If you are going to send 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. &A)UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.UAAAAAAAAAA.t Coffee Prices Lower Wo of rcr excellent Coffee, QK- OUt three pounds for St. Joseph's College Bardstown, Kentucky. NAZARETH COLLEGE. ELECTRIC LIGHTS This means only another decrease over the old price Is open to all High School Gradfor this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the prict uates desiring to pursure a course on the market. Give ub a trial. 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. 212 WBST MAKKET STREET. SISTER DULA, Dean Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 851 South Fourth Street Louisville, Ky. JOHN M. MULLOY ' HOT BATHS WATERS APARTMENTS Furnished For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms Phone City 4240 11Q It your toya prepare am t&sai saneattoa for lifeti will vorite among, her associates. Besides, hor parents she is survived by an Infant brother. Her funeral and requiem mass took place Tuesday morning at St, Cecilia's church. Many friends and relatives mourn the death of Mrs. Mary Qertrude Smith, beloved wife of John B. Smith. 515,West N street, Which ocat St. curred Tuesday afternoon Anthony's Hospital, She was thirty-si- x years old and was well liked by all who knew her. Funeral services at wore1 held Thursday morning Holy Name church. Rev. Father John O'Connor saying thq- requiem - beWalter Easier, aged forty-tw- o, loved husband of .Lena Woodford Bttslor, 81i4 East Walnut street, has gone to his eternal rest, Besides his widow ho leaves Ave children and three sisters. Funeral 6ervlces were held .Monday morning at St. John's church Itev. Father Schuh-man- n celebrating the requiem mass, Sunday morning death took from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Quill, 523 'North Twenty-sevent- h daughstreet, their twelve-year-ol- d ter, Ellen Catherine, who was a child of happy disposition and a fa- BASEBALL TODAY and TOMORROW $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- Suits are made of good woolen mate-- 1 i LOUISVILLE vs. . Reserved MINNAPOLS Mir Gam cilitd at 3:30 o'clock. i site at BtuchtmtyN's. stats terials, splendidly tailored and ishecL fin-- 1 WALNUT THEATER HOME OP HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW $10 THE, NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAIRIES COJIPANY MEANS West Chestnut Real Ice Cream and Sherbet KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. FOR- - SWISS CLEANING -- OF SOUTHERN (Funeral services for Robert H. Wright, aged sixty, 1106 Ash street, 111 W. Broadway, Xroatarlllf, Ky. wore held Tuesday morning- at St. Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner Conducted bv th. XarerUn Brothers. Elizabeth's church. For many years FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS. Classical, ScleaUtto ana Business he was with the L. & N. and was Courses, Preparatory Department, Lr?t popular with his fellow workers. wau isquippeu KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. cooi, nnimourTerm moderate. Besides his widow. (Mrs. Frances Incorporated Bro. Benjamin. Dlr. Wright, he Is survived by Whalev L. JACKSON AND FEIIR AVENUE Mrs. Al'red three daughters, BOTn PHONES 42fi" Roth, Mrs. George Kock and Miss PERFECT FITTING sons, Bertha L Wright, and two SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Albert C. and. Robert R. Wright. Tuesday morning the funeral of e years oiu, Newel Hunt, For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. who died Sunday at his home. 13R1 South Elchteenth street, took place More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a tstal frnm S. noorEe's church. Rev. Fa deposit of more than 13,000,000, it the monument of confidence built by th ther Weiss conducting the solemn bank. obsequies. He Is survived by his To Help You With Your Cleaning poopie of Louisville at this safe, conservative Phono Us Now. widow, ail s. Julia Hunt: a son, WilUNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND liam Hunt: three daughters. Mrs. William Lardnex, Mrs. John Welsh and Mrs. Albeit J. Eisel; two Oculists' Prescriptions. Incorporated brothers. James and Georsre Hunt, and a sister. Mrs Demla Houghlln uym-naslu- St. Xavler's College mass. GOOD MUSIC. PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests It You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS on OPTICAL OtCOKFOKATXO LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK fifty-liv- Childers Elect. Co. 333-33- COMPANY 5 j Wf Pohlkamp, Mark Sales, 1'res. Diomede J. c. Jacotii, Sec. ana Treas. the zealous and energetic City 4597 With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. South 847-pastor of St. Joseph's church, is L. GRAUMAN & CO. weeks and Is now Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Job Work Promptly Attended To away for severalwill return by SepIncorporated He In Texas. LEO H. WEBER Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. tember. Father Conrad Is assisting Sealers In All Kinds of Office and ' TT sswb si Designer and Builder of store fixtures, Safes, Cash RegisFather Stanislaus during the pasters, Show Oases, Counters, tor's absence, Shelving, Etc. Fathor Haesloy, chaplain of St Plana and Estimates Cheerfully 610 WEST MAIN STBEET UKXXHP09XVWD Infirmary, is on a vacaJoseph's Furnished Home rhone; City 1388 Father Where tae keau Is PJaiit 009 South Sixth. Where work fa Office G17 Sooth Fetirth. 181 B SOUTH PRESTON STREET tion, and dlirihg his absence brlgktaat ; Albert, O. S. B.. from St. Melnrad s dene Abbey, is at the infirmary. Where fee work Where eooklBf seem P. F. Valinoti Electric Co. Ugmteett H real fa BBmsBesV' PICNIC AND CHICKEN Sl'PPER. "Wo Uso the Golden Rule" Where the meal u . Where balds fire eeofced best; 913 WEST MARKET STREET Elaborate preparations have been Uht picnic and phlcken Where the raan ataadg made for the tolc City 4782 Where dradge la em -j the tost INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER supper to be given by St. Agnes consight gregatlon on tne ecnooi kiuuuub. NORTON. BUILDING INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE where That's the That's m where Speed avenue ami Newburg road, WmiNG, FIXTURES, IiAMPS "QaJck Meal" eotaea "QmUk ileal- next Tuesday, and a cordial .wel- N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson AND REPAIRS come will be given all who attend. they Qaiak Meal QaajKaaftee Sold, lastollcii mui U1SI ly ReSaii.ei4.tf The committee in charge say evenCOLONELS AND MELLERS. KNKBELKA5IP DAY. will have an afternoon anil ing of real picnic for all comers. The .Loliisville baseball club will Alk5Et ST The Twin City League promises They are working bard and will w to furnish some exciting baseball provide more tun and moie supper close its present exciting series with Minneapolis this afternoon and tobefore the season is over, resulting than ever before. morrow, the games meaning first from the games last Sunday. place for either. Trln. Thus far LouisDANKER HEADS LEGION. ity Council, vrhlch has been leadville has held Its own against Can c ing all season, suffered a defeat fast coming aggregation, Enlisting the First Kentucky tlllon's Is at the hands of the Knights of St. Regiment in inLouisville at the and it believed that the team si John in an exciting' eleven Inning of the World War. trained at out of Its recent disastrous slump, contest, tho final score being 4 to Camp Shelby in Mississippi, with a wjilch was jcaused principally by DOMESTIC -2. St. Xavler, the contender, went poor- work ) Al. s". twlrlers and a record overseas of service as Ser- temporary or the or Into a tlo for first place by defeat- geant Major and Captain slump in the the club's ing Delisle 13 to 2. Many now preArtillery. Edmund T. heavy hitting. It has been amusing We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kentucky dict that the tie for first placo will Tisth vinld at tha to hear critics of the club denounc Coal 'produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements wilh the best satis- havo to be played off at the closo' Meriwether, assistant cashier i Dank, was ing the management for not going faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal of the season, the leading clubs Citizen's Union National into Commanaer oi jouersuu millionthe market and spending a NOW. Let us have your order TOD AY. expected to win their other games elected dollars moro or less Legion, Tuesday We operafo three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special of the season, these clubs being Post. American Sam H. MdMeekln, pitching staff, many at these for a BOTH PHONES S10. same night, to succeed on car ioaa snipmems. reduced prices games will be called off, this day critics very rarely encouraging the who had served two years. club with their oeing Known as ivnebelkamp day, attendance. At SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST5i 3 present Louisville Is first in the, HARVEY-JELLIC- O and the. Twin City players and fans JOINT SOCIAL. league and last In attendance, the, will turn out en masses to root for (iNCOxroKArab) the Colonels against Minneapolis A lolnt sooial will bo given by aDsenco or tne bannuet boosters Yard and Elerator. Teve and Payne Streets,: and pay honor tp "Bill" Knebel-katri- the ILadles' Auxiliary and the Coun- and opening day paraders beng Yard lttOO K. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Mac nolia. President of the Louisville ty Board of the Ancient Order of buui job Mcuuieu. .manager Mala 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starkg BulIdlB club, a great friend and booster for Hibernians on the lawn of tho Hi- Carthy deserves special mention for amateur baseball. and keeping the team in the fight with bernian Home, Eighteenth next Thursday evening, the email lack- - of support and enPortland, liAAVN FETE AND SUPPER. August 11, at 8 o'clock for which couragement. elaborate preparation is being made. NORMAL SCltOOL. The annual lawn fete for the ben- All members and friends or the A., efit of St. Ann's church will take O. TL are 1nYited to- attend, and 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, place on the church grounds on Make your 'hethe hospitable and attracThe Normal School at Naaaroth good time is assured those whoAcademy, near Bardstown. will be Wednesday and Thursday, August a come. tive this winter by the the addition of 10 and 11, afternoon and evening coritlnuod during the winter, and attractive, and correct lighting. will be open to prospective teachers respectively. The usual amuseIRISH ART IN RD3LES. as well as the pupils pf the academy ments will 'begin promptly at 2:30 wiio nava- finished, their sehool PORTABLES, FLd6R L ARIPS, LIGHTING FURrilTURfe and 8 p. m. iboth afternoons and Varto thousahd pliotographs of en course. The summer high school J3O0DHC rJEtOIVJBCS. evenings. Many handsome awards tire OBtbles have beea made y the normal will be disposed of, including a dia- Benedictine prieets werklng under course closed last week, when there S Cunb. Haia 2098-Heaia City 898 in the mond ring, which returns from student Cardinal Caequet were eighty-eigsame promise a gratifying success the direction of of comparing the body, many of whom were lay financially. A delicious and apper for the ipurpoee from, the vicinity, The aocord-in- e tacners tlzlug' supper wlJJ be served by the variant readings of the text, by His earnest work, and real enthusiasm Ito a statement made City 887 ladles of the parish from 5 to 8 Eminence. at 'the Cambridge Bible manifested by the teachers and pu528 "EST JEFFJBRSQN Main 1890 pils (brought, good results, which p'clock, The committee in charge CUMBKHLAMD MAIN 3971. WMKKI?aOMKM discussed Crystal Electric Washer arid Wrings. Universal Farm Lighting Pjante, of the rarlous booths extends to all Congress, "where heOomBieeIoa the were liberallr commended by- - the for inspectors from, the Western Norwork. Vt the Papal frlend-a hearty welcome to this, its the most enjoyable event of the. sea- the RerlaSoH of the Vulgate. Awohr mal, who vlelted the claeq rooms of son at St. Ann's. Take Sixth street the, mmH. IntereeUn 1llutratk)ne pt each department Nazareth Acad8tereoptscon plctares were ithoee of emy was designated as a (ate cenear to end of line. hiebnrle mamcrltt Bales, wnieh ter' by Superintendent George Col- CardfnaT Gfaequet aaid were writteln ?Mr PLEASANT KVRNING. In Northern Italy, but were un! DATE SET FOR FOOII. Members of the Serto Literary doubtedly Irish In origin. As "proof Club. New Albany, went a meet en- of this m ainenee 'Shewed IllusSupreme James A. Flaherty, joyable evening at laet week's meet- trations ot Irish manueeripte. written Calvart Tlf, Swr-aing, wheH they were entertained by in Ireland, and also . Italian Knight. tW week anaounced that laaaaa's Fataat Lliae Flpa far Mr. William P. Stein, at lier home manuscripts making Wear he iden- Marshal Foch had deflnltejy acceptWall Brala Tik, Titrll MtltX, Mrs. John tity of. wwrkmanehip. Ont Eaet Maln. street. The mar-- ed the Invitation' of the Knlghta of Cody had for her subject: "EnKlieb axnal deslBrpyed. ewepttonally Columbu to be their guest at a Ky Flme LUla, Ftr Brkk Fire in Literature of the Seventeenth. Cen- beawUful, ahcrwing Ithe richest work. rreat patriotic demonstration Bdlir Tltt, Fir Clay, Chlauwy CrM Cfateago on November 6. He tury:" Mrt J. T. Cox dJeeueaed of. the Iriah.flHKBjnMors at tae stated that the K. of C. had. also ''Oivica," Othera preeent were Mea- , heat period ot the aft. Cawlfnal OFFICE 83 SOUTH TKIRTEBNTH STRBET deetiaed to iatroduee It or- iaxM Mri1 Boland. s. J ooagreas Oawiuet aamea at1 t fHowlciTYa.ttee.iicuMejMAiNaw. ,t in(o Burope, altheagh Aadersoa O. Moore, W,, J, Uto theory; WiaC Irish art, a shown aJa, Fraaee, Bngtaad, Denmark EmlJ WOKKJI-TkwfMMnuktmttHw tm Kia4k Mk4tlfaMUa, ftha0rtBU, dearrad Its and Anatnta baa appealed for K. of Mtryl la thaw llarr XHy, Acatha . oiteta N1 u Ins. C. eoaaeUa. Baa, Oenerleve Tenua ' The Rev. W MEN'S SUITS .Fourth and Chestnut. VACATION O. P. M., FOR PH1KSTS. City WEST MAIN ST. 135-iMa- ln wessssp SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS DON'T FORGET THAT MODERN HOMES Where the QuicK Meal Comes In 1 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co., HOME THE GEHER & SON, IS OF PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." put-bre- ak IHHtlaitjtttimMnmmia GRAN W. SMITH'S SON smith, prop. O jL JL." stem - Funeral Director and Embalmer! COAL COMPANY f p, eeeeeee,eeeeeeaeteteee9eeeeel MMHHIIHiHtHHtmHJtmilUIIIIHH Brighten Up Electrically! DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT - - . I Funeral Directors and Embaimerst MMltrHIMIHMIIIIIIIHHtiMIM)iMMf - ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY ht iieteeeieeieie bii J J. 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