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Bery 1600 DrWer a 9toort VOLUME XLVH.-N- O. 7. was stripped, tho machine returning a vote of 481 for Gray, the unknown in Mr. ICtrwan's bailwlck to the Aldermans 383, The writer saiq alongside Councilman Nick Dentin-sl- o Saturday night in the County Clerk's office, and while we could LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY AUGUST 13, 1921. our slncerest congratulations that their nation Is so soon to enter tbo sisterhood of republics, thus In- PRIMARY Brings Victor- - For Organizations not entirely decipher Nick's fast flow of SfcIHan adjectives It eound-et- d Against tlio Tropic's mighty Ilk Nick was calling many Sunday-schioChoices. name3 when ho spoke of the bosses of the Repubaverage reTho lican machlnp. turns would come In 15 for Nick Judge Gregory's Success Attributed and 40 for hist opponent, but to addi spice to the thlrig tho Jericho resito Mistake or tlio Democratic dents could send in one every now and then labeled Nick 1 and his Organization. opponent 99. Then the outburst from Nick, tho Idol of the Keystone poWce, the "hick" firemen and tho Gospel Being Quoted to .Too Klrwnn, hamburger peddlers. Speaking of tho "hick" firemen the Tv.6 Nicks and Other havo you noticed the profound siv Republicans, lence emanating from tho Board of Safety, the near Mayor's office and tho Republican Campaign Commlt- Itee since the awful report of the in Underwriters hick," iorhmen imposed. Board of Fir which the latter Intimated that from top to bottom tho "hick" fir department was pretty punk. What primary election last an awful slam the underwriters The1 Stat our Flro Saturday clearly demonstrated that took at Neuenschwander,Tho Board Chief nave no troubio said from Cincinnati. the departthe Democrats will that he was out of In carrying th State this fall and for eight will control legislation at the 1922 ment living at Cincinnatiwas In tho he Legislature. The years, and, that whenwas session of the not a flro lees than two years' administration flro department lie in tho mechanical deof "Howdy Ed" Morrow has killed fighter, butThe Board also said that whatever prospects the Republican partment. party over .had, andto add to that contrary to rule Alex Bach was beAssistant Chief factional and bitter fighting in the made an of fh departmentarter ing out rank's has caused widespread dis- years, although the charter several says a sension. The dark future of the man must havo erved continuously Republican party in Kentucky was bolng elifor flvo years previous one of the chief motives that im- gible for promotion. to "Shucks," 'Searcy to so readily pelled Ches Ilk th give up the Republican State Cam- what's a little thing Burllngamcharter and "Governor" paign Chairmanship, as Ches was with aides on tlio Board of Safety. smart enough to see? rocks and his nearly tour years Burllngame, breakers ahead. Another good in- For dication from a Democratic stand- Johnson and Selllgman have been Are point was that the party selected appointing men over age in th both strong men in every district for and police department, while with the Senate and Legislature and de- branches ar filled to tho bnim car "yaps" feated those who boped tq bring Jn Strange to say, th old alibi orleaderships again. A strik- gan, factional the Louisville Herald, has ing example of this It shown- in tho never come to th defense of tho results, where the Frankfort The Herald used candidates wero badly de- "hick" firemen. feated. McChesney, Scott and Ham- to ho great at comparison tables to prove how efficient near Mayor ilton, the lattor a brother of and Hamilton, were all beaten' in Smith'sold administration was, Keydoctored report th their cam- every tho primary although Ispaign was personally handled by stone Police Department would and fall The elimination of sue the Herald would some for Gen. P. Haly figures publish. are these factional leaders' Is a frtep in taken from Her losses around hero the right direction and guarantees tho last few flro years, and the Herald, Kentucky safe for Democracy. NeuenIn the local primary the old fa- Hoard of Safety or Chief explain to battle of the "Organization schwander are asked last two Demmiliar vs tho People" was staged In both how come.- Take the parties, the Republican organization ocratic years, 1915 and 1916. In having tho easiest victory lecause 1015 tho flro insurance loss was in of the preponderance of negro and $50 1,8,10,2 1, and come1010, the last Illiterate voters to be handled. In two years Nowthw present to administrathe Democratic primary the contest tion. In of 1010 tho flirt insurance between Greene and Gregory for County Judge was the hoadliner loss was $l,022,o;?0.fl3, the "hick" nicking tho insurand responsible for thejwmrge vote fire departincr.it for over a cool. milbrought out. The Democratic head- ance companies quarters or organization played tho lion. Last jcar, the loss was DemThus comparing usual stupid game that Is played ocratic fire department tho 1915-19- 1 of wTiere the leaders are not far seeing with that of tho "hicks" In advised; and word was sent-ouor well 0 th town got stung for a to every precinct captain, his officers to sup- flro loss of $2,$17,604.15, and this aides and election port Gregory This was wrong. loss does not represnt the loss of Wbero a precinct captain balked a salaries of men thrown out of work, having Gregory forced on Mm the etc, when the "hicks" saved nothheadquarters replaced ing but the ground. In round numDemocratic Gregory worker bers the flro loss of the present Kim. paying the years of with headquarters money. This was administration exceeds two Gregory's organ! Won was the Democratic administration by wrong. organizathe regular Democratic bolng paid, a million dollars. a. lot of fun in They're having tion, with few exceptions other cities laughing at with Democratic headquarter funds Chicago and Keystone comedy pollc through checks signed by Tony Car- Louisville's that roll, Gregory's chier hacker, Carroll as day by day it developstowns tho are not being a member of the Demo- crooks of surrounding the wholecratic Committee This wa wrong. stealing automobiles by Mr. Greene's vote was 5,147 and sale and transporting them In her fight and around the streets right under d represents his Of against the entire Democratic Com- the noses of the ICeystoners. poor old Kejstoners do mittee and headquarters, a fight course theanything about the stolen which never should be staged. not know Is Gregory's vote or 7.149 was r tho autos, but they say the chase In mass vote of the headquarters and geting warm, Just as the kids say organization, and is n tribute to th "bread and butter come to supper," The and some of tho "reform" polnot Gregory. organization, headquarters and organization fol- iticians of tho Republican machine lowed the CarrollHumphiey dicta- are not enjoying their automobile But as wo said tion to the letter. The same Greg- rides Just now. ory whose candidacy was unknown before, there Is no gratitude in the to 95 per cent, of tho convention big array of crooks who make Louis-vin- o their headquarters. Not satisdelegates was chosen through the y and fied with being Immune from arrest Influence ungratethe same Influence saw to tit that from the Keystone cops theCity Hall But ful ones broke into the he was chosen In the primary tho same influence saw to It that this past week and stole $300 worth CTigineCrlnJr talking tools, Gregory on indignant Democrats in of November, and scratching and at- tluougli Central Police Station with Ingratitude has This tempted scratching will injure the their booty. entire ticket Mr. Greene, who was, served to warn Chief of Police Petty the voters' choice emerged from and his assistants, though. This the unfair cpntest stronger than week the chairs and furniture in ever, and his defeat was amazing to the Chief's offlco and station house tho tho people and. voters at large. Tho were all nailed and bolted to Keytho latter know a3 everyone knows that floor and they say some oftheir uniGreene would have been far tho stone cops aro wearing strongest In November, as preceding forms to bed for safekeeping. not Of course some critical or cynthe primary a day'a walk could outical taxpayer will kick about not locate ,ap supporter of Gregory side the Democratic headquarters. getting police protection and that the city- - but The Kentucky Irish American op- crooks aro overrunning to appreciate posed tho action of tlio Democratic this class doesn't seem n brand of "reheadquarters in taking a hand in the tills fight, and will always oppose form" and that if they vote for party instruction for any candidate! Holdfast Quin they can be feuro of and in a primary. To bo successful ana another four years of fire lossesKey cops. One of the. win, tho support of all voters tho Kevston Democratic Committoo and organ!- - stone copa In the Sixth District was tho ball pane ist ration mist learn nnn "i SERVE as ened to proved scream foraunthe a day and he Its duty in a primary W TO crowd over in the pavilion. In the AS AN UMPIHK anu bod who ?nn--- . fifth inning big Jay Klrlfe KnocKeu m. wieitit in ihA right Held and we ranks anyqne could foretell Kirwan, the ball over thebfcse, scoring fence two, with a man on I hope. that Alderman Joe wnlfih was enough to win thegame. iMaitt J. Holt, Councilman Nick Judge Nick Vaugban. and Naturally this feat brought out tremendous applause nt one enfest of the Ihe ., bandldate went tq church vast eon-b- thusiastic looter in the pavilion Kn. lav toiinwlne the primary1. kept yelling "Atta boy, Jay. Atta. took they did they mut Birrely have hoy." The nobe Keystoner rootar It let up and taken nowce wjen m notice of th enthusiastic iyin: "Ilswr, Fay's gopel was read, as it seemed and approached hjar, j oh got to Mop that goldenied llghty appropriate n noise. Capt. Cun Ingham ami Iiiewt, i. Holt, TtDenunzw, vusmm . follows: u inartlv as dOWR to Allgefr told me to watch eut for --i.l. .xwvil nun aiiv na&kv dWnrlmnces and I'll lie U licho, and lie feirnofe 6blawid' if you don't have TtkA ? , II4 11 lie was SUlppeU." I'm wwnry muff J rfirv .jf U,l, Una" mui-tr- d aad the caae i tne wi rooter tliod to who were MnetMff about Ming the beard Jin time in fete lite b earcy-C- h ltn macfcw fmflallsd cUrwn far, root-inball aay. An aiv tiui iim DTIrwan ""11 lipoid Kftjwtotter tad bfa EmnvMuiely, popular " n way and tow and order wr rd the VWK Duiu Aiunuiu " th man that wem io ol ex-strHaly-Berkha- RUMORS OF ANOTHER WAR creasing tho number and Influence of free peoples, and permanently endlngth strife which for seven hundred arid fifty years has boon waged tor this: consummation of Sets Forth Four Pillars as Basic their aspirations by a people which Requirements of Social Re-- ' ,, has never acknowledged defeat." construction. HOLY NAME SOCIETY. LABOR PARTY Monday night the Holy Name Society of St. Philip Nerl parish held Its meeting in Windthorst Hall, with members of the St. Vincent do Paul iSoclety, present oa visitors. President Abram occupied the chair and communications werd received from tho Catholic National Welfare Council, a committee belngi appointed to prepare resolutions ot protest against the conduct of Sen. Tom Watson, to b sent to Kentucky Senators and Congressmen. Rev. 'Father Oscar Ackennann. imadd a short talk that encouraged tho members; to renewed activity, and a special committee was appointed to arrange a programmcf for a social and general meeting In the near future. This society has a charter list of nearly 200 names, and efforts' will bo inado to bring all to the social meeting. PRIEfeT HELD FOR IIANS05L Stability of Social Order Reared on These Pillars is Seriously Que&tioncd. tntliolfc Church Defending Against tho Forces of Anarchy anil CIuios, FOUR CARDINAL U PRINCIPLES: T fc v 1 u I Drives the Junior Order boys to cover arid ''the scramble 'for safety is pretty keen. ' i m El-wo- A. A. R. I. H, - $004,-053.H- 2. t G 1919-192- single-hande- Tuesday night there was a large gathering in Holy Rosary Hall, tho occasion being tho regular monthly meeting of the American Association for Recognitiou of th (Rev. John O'Connor presided, and after the reading of communications and reception of npw members Introduced tho Rev. Fatlier Richard Davis, of Nazareth, who spoke on his early days in Ireland and arpused his audience to enthusiasm. When but a boy seven yeara old Father DaVIs watched the young men of Ireland drill for th fight Danfor freedom. iel O'Cqnnell, Parnell, John Redmond and other leaders or his day, but declared Eamonn de, Valera is the greatest of them all. In conclusion he expressed hop that Ireland's battle was won and Lloyd George Is defeated. Rev. Patrick Walsh, of Sacred Heart church, expressed the opinion that the people of Ireland will have no compromise on Dominican homo rule. England did not offer Ireland Dominion home rule, he said, because by doing so sh could pull away from Britain, and tho latter does not want that. Miss Mary Corcoran, Juat returned from tiro Hibernian national convention at Detroit, slated that Miss Mary spoke there for two hours, and warned her hearers not to believe all th papers say about compromise. She Insisted that her brother, the Lord Mayor of Cork, did not die in Brixton prison for Dominion home rule but for a reIreland. public and freedom Tor Other speakers were Rev. Fatlier DowJing John O'Connor, Peter J. and John Doyle. There was a most gratifying attendance of ladles, and features wero the entertainment greatly appreciated. Irish-RepubliMac-Swlney STATE SOLDIER BONUS. Carroll-Humphre- Searcy-Chilto- Resolutions requesting Gov. Mor-mn nwiunt n iho next Legisla ture a bill providing a $15 bonus for every KentucKy,. rormer service month of service man for each warn mlnntpd bv the American War Mothers' Chapter of Jefferson Coun ty, at their meeting at une ryier. Mrs. W. D. Huffman was appointed Chalrmqn of a committee to make for the War final arrangements Mothers' lunch booth at the Kentucky Stato Fair. Proceeds will bo used in providing delicacies during the year for former service men now In the Marine, Hazelwood and Waverly Hill hospitals. Plans wero presented for sending a delegate to the National Wlar Mothers' convention to be held In San Francisco in September. Mrs. Sidney J, Mieyers was made Chairman of a committee to complete arrangemenis. w "" CROAGirPATKICIC. Sunthis year was held on the lastyears, day in July. iFor the last few nllH-rlrrwa-s The Croaghpatrlck pilgrimage sMi-reyuiii- w -- lt taUrdJiy o-- J. on account of the restrictions on -- .in unrlM did not Ko attain the national proportions of former years, am me Hwmrem.uuo Issues impendleg made thte, year'snns nt hkitnric ''dlmenaloris, Croaghpatrlck te the great high altar ot tne insn naiion, nu from both the religious, and patrlotlt point ot vlW there Is no oilier spot an 4ipirlag from whleb. to send, up th nttoa' prayers or to register t the Ballon' vow. rwaTTniiTlflTLK (W "TSArJBLTjA. .n.iaiu lieod aned ... '"",., v, jen;, bt ft vr n. Tuewkqr ml" meeting Knlcktft of Ootnmfctu Hall. Th Md fwtrfwa irtfl M tnteraatln xtvUftWMtury .U MrtM of fctffet tow' trill be otMniH. AItttov!U Circle, Daughtw of &M&, 4H bold their regular later ordered tho release of John J. McKeown, the solo member of Dall Elreann, who had not been liberated by th British? Tho Home Ofllcq at London telephoned Paris that Dudley Field Malon had appealed tor a passport for Walsh and Reports From Dublin Indicate Thaij Lloyd George immediately ordered vises. Feeling of Greatest Optimism. The Dail Elreann ultimatum that Prevails. it would not consider th Lloyd George d Valera accord until McKeown was freed was flashed to the noon, and Grlllon Hotel before All Prisoners Released Fionf Jail Lloyd George immediately ordered hl$ release. Irish headquarters in and Dail Elroann Will Meet London and John Kolley. the Irish Ambassador to Paris, wero Jubilant X . isK rr-aPuejay. at the two triumphs, asserting that Lloyd George was evidencing a sincere effort to obtain a solution of the Irish problems. Frank. P. A'nlsh Obtains British Dublin dispatches quoted President de Valera as saying ho did not Vise to Passport and Goes to believe the exception mode in deLondon. termining McKeown represented tho considered action of the British Cabinet but that It was due to tho action of Governmental subordiJOINT STATEMENT CONSnEREl nates in Ireland who wore proHo ceeding under technicalities. also is said to have announced that he would not continue peace negoBritish GovernT.nnilnn rmuirts frnm Dublin In- - tiations with th dicato tt feeling of the greatest ment If the Government persisted In optimism nas succcoaeu tne irrita- holding McKeown in prison. Shortword came from tion over the delay In the release ly aftorward nf .T. J. iMcICeown from tail and It Paris rthat it had been decided to now is expected there will be no set McKeown free Declaring that his Government further hitch before Dall Eireonn meets Tuesday. It is expected that and headquarters were proud ot whpn Dall meets It will accent tho McKeown as the living model of British proposals as being worthy "what wo want our army officers to of discussion and will appoint a he," President de Valera had said to delegation to treat with Great he felt certain that were they disbo propose to the Dall Elreann to iLondop. It should Britain in Amcvmlkivwl thorn hnsi hpon no for cuss negotiations with Great Britain yet. TJio meet- while this heroic Irishman was still mal discussion as the Dail Elreann ings between Prime Minister David In prison postponement of a would truce George and Eamonn do insist on Lloyd ho with Valera havo ibeen merely individual added, England.men "Moreover." like McKeown, "it conversations In which neither has who have Is fought hardest in tho commltteed himself to anything. In field, that are readiest to take tho meanwniie, uuDiin is giving the see what Is view and Woolf nn to eniovlne its famous broadest opsocial event of the legitimate in the claims, of our horse show the opened Tuesday. Dub ponents."' year which lIrlsh Bulletin, which printed lin, which was so empty tor monins do Tho Vnlera's statement, argued that close, now that hotels threatened to with' Lloyd George's la thrnneed with visitors who are in accordance Valera might h.ave Invitation de mostly Irish, for tho truce came too brought McKeown to London. It late to allow many Americans nnu contended that the existence of the British to arrange to come. army was recognized in the TJmnit p Walsh. American, adviser Irish terms, which thereby indorsed Eamonn de Valera, who arrived, truce to McKeown's acts. t In Paris recently from New Yoric, In London the Incident is cona British yIso to his sidered a victory for the Sinn iFeln, has .obtained passport pormlttlHB him to travel to The general belief, however, is that London and he left Tuesday for the tho Dublin Castle officials acted British capital by airplane. Walsh withont consulting the London Govhad a passport for a visit to then ernment when they lestied their British Isles, obtained in Washlng-in- notice that McKeown could not bo lint It lacked a British vise and released and tha"t the London GovInst week, shortly a,fter hl3 arrival, ernment, in tho interest of peace, ho announced he wouiu maae ap- orerruled them. ' plication to tho British consulate such a, vise. He declared her for O. K. OF A. his tour was personal and without alma, although he has appolitical Proatriont wnilnm I.. Welt- cto pointments to meet President de sel. ot Frankfort, has Issued tho Valera ind Arthur Griffith. call Tor the Kenuicay snui ijomiuu All the members or tho Irish Re- of the Catholic Knights of America been to meet in legplar convention at publican Parliament who have released from 'prison were received Lexington op Tuesday. September Tuesday by Eamonn do Valera, ip, rrf.ia will Yt q vflrr lirinnrtjint ...., .."-uiio leader, at IrJh (Republican In DuWta. the convention and every branch In AlMansion House Kentucky is expcciea io ue though the metetrag ws not of a The Catholic Knights aro formal character, It I understood now very prosperous and rank that the conference considered the among the first and safest fraternaldeelraibllity of making a Joint atate-meu..uKAn A.MfiluHnn In tliA TTnHon. eoudMoaa at the ed States. Headquarters will be at Internment camp, ot which, the Keen noiei. be resed member who DECLARE FOR IRELAND. mlw serious complaint. victory at Ireland scored a. doable Monday Araafegmated Hote4 in Parte 'American The mAMho' hri Prim Minister David Sheet Metal Workers' Alliance, in Brittefe r.ini rmtm directed thevtoa tor Mtloaal convention at St. Paul.to gran Bur Mian., oa Friday of laat week, dn, "FraK R- n IfdjT&eort'ttton of tlie Amwton pomwitte IRELAND the rough country within a radius ot ten miles of Colma revealed no trace oT Father Heslln. Posses which havo been making the search returned to Colma weary with the long task, but planned to resume the search Sunday. Soveral small cabins and shacks in the hills were raided, but without develop ment of any clow to the missing priest s whereabouts. Th body ot Father Patrick B. Heslln, missing Colma Catholic priest, who disappeared on tho night of August 2, was found buried at the bottom of a sand cliff near Salada Beach on tho Pacific ocean, about twenty miles south of San' 'Francisco. He had been murdered. PATRICK Pntrlct- O'SUMTVAN. Police details and Sheriff posses wero increased Saturday In the hunt for the Rev. Patrick E. Heslln, Catholic priest ot Colma, a suburb of San Francisco, missing since tho preceding Tuesday night. An. anon ymous letter to Archbishop Hanna requested ?G,500 ransom, saying tho prlost was held captive in a bootlegging cellar by a man armed with hand grenades, who threatened to kill tho priest unless tho money was forthcoming. It was turned over to th police. Close search of ,- -. -r- hum nno nf tlio nrtlst tencbers of plapo In iLouIsvllle Conservatory of Music since the founding of that Institution six or or seven .years ago. will leave for Memphis, Tenn September 1, whore he will take charge ot bi. of the piano department Agnes Conservatory ot Music. Prof. In nrohablv one Of the rVRnlUvnn best known music teachers In this part of the country. He negan giving music lessons here at tho ago of sixteen, and later went to Eufinishing his rope, where after training he gave numerous concerts Iri the larger cities of Germany and nvonra Ha npnf nine vears abroad after which he toured tho United States giving music recitals. tlin fnunillnir of the Loillsvlllo Conservatory. Prof. O'SullIvan had for a number of a studio her ears He also had charge of tho Khnn1 nf Hnpro. in Chicago for a number of years. Ho leaves Louis ville August 1G for a vacation taking up his new position in He-fn- m De-fo- re artist teacher of piano, who was boin and reared nere anu wno nas fl'Stilllvan. Louisville's Memphis. BISHOP M'DONNELL PASSES. Tim Pliriit Pov. Charles Edward McDonnell Bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn, died Monday at the convent or the Sisters of St. Joseph. Following an illness df several months, he recently suffered another relapse and had been taken to Brentwood. L I. .The Bishop was nt Bally-maal- er hr n -- Pport VUMMM " MrHs w ijViUW, (BCMWi U J5 4roj jvmm, ljl r'i - .. That m .. 41.H the State, He was also noted for and Its Institutions are snleadid. ha his love of country and American said. Father SUvlus left, Louievifle monastery near St. to vdsit the ism. .' Louis. From there be will m to Kansas, to the Pacific coast.'and sail AUGUST INTENTION. September 6 for Australia. In the by latter part of the year he will rweh The Intention recommended Tim,o.ll.t "W fftr mctmliorgt of Bethany, In Palestine, and rattra to nA Heart his headquarters in Rome, e&rlr tat H.o ruuvna nt tho Sacred (during .., August Is religtoue voea- - January. The last canonical vicit. to . l,Lo nuinlh the Sacred ,.o.- m ,.Heart Retreat was pald. none. we ie lw called to that all whom God has perfection wght years ago by Father Jerewfa, predecessor ot father Silvia. the practlee ot religious may recogntee the call and respond with alacrity and that all obstacles MOUNTAIN CHURCH BLBrMItD. may be removed from their, path. The first m6untam eh urea ef the We need In the UnHad States a great increase in tha number of Syracuse diocese ha jMt ' Imm pniegU. slaters and brother,, who bleaaed. 'It is known as it. MMT U ot the Snow and Is iv in $ will geimwisly AtHreadaek foreeU Immr Um aerviea ot God Mid Callnn nnnliit Inn tha diHo. 4m U extod to U lrih Re '- PLEASED WITH AMERICA. Bishop McDonnell, who was conse-nmt- o THhnn of the Brooklyn dio sixty-sevThe Most Rev. Father SUvlus do cese April 25, 1892, was years old He was educated Vezza, Superior General of the Pas- at ISt. Xavlers college anu at tne slonlst order, whose headquarters American College in Rome. Upon- are in itome, Italy, arrived Saturhla rotiiTn frnin Ttnlv he was or- day In (Louisville on his canonical ijalned priest May 10, 1878, and visit to tho various houses ot the was assigned as an assistant to St. ordQr, making his headquarters Marys churcn, .now xorK. ji ineu hero at the Sacred Heart Retreat. went to St. Stephen's and was later He left Rome in March, and before made master of ceremonies In the arriving In th United Statos .visited Now York Cathedral, serving from Spain, France, Cuba and Mexico. Aftor Rorvlnir as sec Ho Is accompanied iby the Very Rev. i Q7o r issi retary to Cardinal McCloskey and to Leo, procurator of the order, who is Archbishop corrigan ne was maue acting as hl3 secretary. Father Chancellor of the church In 1885, SUvlus does not speak English, but serving untl 1892. During the last only smiles 'and murmurs softly to three years of service In this office th Very Rev, iFather To, his secHo expressed himself aa he was one of the private chamber- retary. well pleased with the Sacred Heart lains to Pope Leo XIII. The Bishop then took charge ot Retreat, which ranks with the, first the Brooklyn diocese, presiding at houses of the order. America, he Bishop said, Is very beautiful. The moat St. James Cathedral was 'noted for his work for that he has seen has been trawling ofii,nflnn nml tho manv schools from one city to another! tne Scen opened under his administration, ery, he thinks, is exquisite. The which wero unsurpassea Dy any tu Government of tho United mates en ell taken 111 'In Florida last winter J16,? sc,al ir ..E .th. Br,t,shorder" k ho de-- ? Party, as stated In the preamble to. famous social reconstruction Itsprogramme. The new order is to rest on those four pillars: Th universal enforcement of the national minimum, the democratic dustry, the rovnlntlnn control of in- i in .,.... linanco, and the surplus wealth for me commomjgooa. Whether a better social and industrial structure than the present! one may be solidly based on these four principles time only can show. Suffice it to say that some seriously question the cl.iMllfv nr (.., order reared on these pillars. 'me uatnollc Church is over taking a larger place among the great regenerative forces nf nnrintv .,?, is also taking foot in the urgent worn, oi social reconstruction. It Is now defending against tho forces of anarchy and social chaos four powerful ulUars or nHnnlnin wmm. support good government and with out wnicn. no stato can exist. Thoso nlllars nro. tint tnnc nn posed by the British Labor party. uiey are more necessary, , more urgent, more fundamental to lasting social peace and prosperity than ita "four pillars of the new social order." Tho Catholic Church defends. In brief, these four cardinal principles' Respect for legitimate authority, tho right to private property, the sanctity of the marriage bond, practice of Christian charity and Justice. (Let the man ask himself whether civilized socioty can exist without ifiese four requirements. History tells us that it can not. We ar not now considering Utopian commonwealths or communistic experiments, though! tho latter, when cnrrlod .nut nn n Jarge plan, haya thus,, far. .always enuea in raiiure. no, to havo an orderly and progressive society, you must have these four pillars. Without them the house soon falls ' to ruins. Society therefore owes a largo debt to th Catholic Church for maintaining, sometimes in the faco opposition, of bitter these elements of social control and stability. The rocI.i1 TecnnstrnnMnn urn. gramme of the Bishops nowhere1 maes a concession on tneso points. It Is oemmitted to a minimum wage, to social Insurance, laws roornljiHnir child labor and labor of women, co operation and of Industries on th part of prs. Put It fnnrta tlrmlv liv it li ruin principles whfch ar needed even in tne ireest ana tiniest democracy. Mstrr. Pjirkinsnn. dlsriisialnir tha several principles underlying Cath"These; olic social reforms, says principles or Human lire diner from the superficial opinions with and contradictory world ltr which tho encumbered. It Is tho fidelity of th church to these fundamental doctrines of human welfare that! causes all enlightened students of society to regard hor as tha most beneficent Institution in history." C. B. of C. V. i- - fair-mind- wiago-ear- non-Cathol- ic : i J repie-sente- d. V jij - trl. i lhveti tkr letg retd tw " . .w 'fr J fr' vr A . M&&7SP7?xxiarsr OOSbNG EVENTS. xieisxr Aisaa&T&xcAjs:. SPAGHETTI August 17 St. Aloysius church annual picnic and outing, on church PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. grounds, Pewee Valley. of Irish American! sad CathoUci d Mortl AdvBoment August 17 St. John's parish picto Hm SocUl Dtod nic at Phoenix Hill Park, afternoon Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yoonc Mea's and oyening. Institute and Catholic Knight t of America. ity Council. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLE COPY 5c August 31 Harvest festival of St. church on parish) Peter's n Matter. Entered at the Loulnvllle Pottolflce grounds, Seventeenth and Garland Wist Liberty Strut avenue. IRISH AMERICAN, to Uw KENTUCKY AH CwMftlcatisK Second-CIa319-32- 1 KE.NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. MACARONI EGG NOODLES PENDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. 41 Mt. St; Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy Thirty-fift- h KBWTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incoipotmtcd. Publishers moth Cave under auspices of Trin- August 21 Excursion to Mam- OO Opens a Savings Account at tho Largest aud Kudd Avenue, Louisville, TCy. Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, ConA ducted by the Sisters of Lorettd. Preparatory, Commercial and Academic Courses. Music Instrumental and Vocal. For catalogue, terms, etc., address Mother Scholastica. and CftlADES MCQUHO .......................... t c c National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. BCOJLVST ROSARY ACADEMY A1D FOURTH PARK AVENUE SOCIETY. A AA LOUISVILLE, KY. PERCENTAGE AMERICANS. .SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1921 To the query, "Shall we have percentage Americans?" the New uneiius ;uunim ouir wen onu lore- -. Ibly makes answer. " CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS Wo are heartily silk and tired of SAINT VINCENT'S ACADEMY hearing about "one, hundred per City 337 and 355 PHONES Main 9102 SAINT VINCENT, KENTUCKY cent. Americanism." There should FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY be no such thing under the glori"Pat Our Drag Store Back of Your Prescription" A Boarding School for Young Ladies and Girls, conducted by tho Sisters ot Charity of Nazareth. Courses: Primary, Intermediate and ous flag of our country as a "perSpecial attention given to Music, Art and Dressmaking. AfAcademic. centage American." Patriotism, filiated with the Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Accredited to loyalty to our beloved country and the Kentucky Stato University. Terms moderate. , Its Institutions, love for our Hag' For Catalog, etc., Apply to and allthat it stands for should 517 SOUTH FIFTH STREET SISTER SUPERIOR, not ho a matter of "percentage." SAINT VINCENT, KY. Expert Ladies' Tailor and Furrier. Clothes Remodeled Either we are- full strength, wholehearted, Americans, PHONE CITY 4485 or none at all. Percentage should relatives at Henderson. never be applied to patriotism. It of truth In this report. But wo i.Miss Gladys Lander has returned WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Is a commercial word, dealing with still bellevo that the real difficulty from a short stay In Richmond, Wo do not close during tho summer months. One may cnroU ahy lies deeper or else It has not been New York and Atlantic City. matters of money and trade; time, as wo give both individual and class instruction. Miss Helen Duble. Jeffersonville. springs from daman's soul, reached as yet. Negotiations, thus Both Day nnd Nicht classes . In Ttonk.lcconlnr.. Ponmnii.iiin st,n- ..t., uuu.tr- at Is home from Vlncennes, where she . 111 uuuu, m a.ji,ui-iujijand true Americanism can not be far, have' been only preliminary. ajiu junurcu suojecis. visited Mrs. Russell Bond, The patrons nnd friends of tlds paper will do well to 16ok into tho measured at so much "per cent.," GREAT SOUTHERN FIWV1 CORP. Arthur Angermler, who has been merits of this school. Ask a number of business men who bavo employed ROTTENNESS. oven though "one hundred" represpending the summer In Howling fourth Floor 423 South Fourth Street our graduntes they know. For superior merits of system, quality oi ureen, reiurneu nuine ounuay. sents a whole. The term smacks Instruction and economy of cost you can not equnl it. See us and wo can During the last fiscal year the Mrf and Mrs. James Thompson too much of commercialism, too tell you why. much of dollars and cents. When value of Intoxicating beverages im- sailed last week for Ireland for a visit to relatives at Londonderry. THE CREAGER BUSINESS SCHOOL we say we are Americans let it ported into the United States was Misses Catherine and Mary Ellen ten times as great as that of tho SECpND AND BRECKINRIDGE mean something more, something LOUISVILLE, KY. Rapier of Owensboro, are guests of far greater and loftier than the liquid refreshments brought in dur Misses Ruth and Virginia Hlggins. "one hundred per cent." that car- ing the preceding twelvemonth. Iff James F Sullivan and family PRESTON AND BURNETT OPEN FOR BUSINESS and ries with it the suggestion of a this rate of increase continues, the Southern Heights, have movedHighwill make their home in the Both Phones Both Phones valuation in dollars and cents. foreign manufacturers of alcoholic lands. True Americanism is no commodity. drinks can well affortl to subsidize Misses Kathleen and Marguerite The Gooso on "Wrapper Is Assurance That It Is something which can not be the Prohibitionists of this country. Dant spent the past week visiting Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece measured or upon which a valua- We would like to know whether our their sister, Mrs. C. W. Bowlihg at Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Slakes Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh Federal Government is golng-t- o per- New Hope. tion can be placed. It is, as wie and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small marMr. Are the Original. Manufactured By gin and utmost value. have said, tho expression of the mit foreigners to flood our. country visiting and James Blair have been Mr. and Mr. John Bowling soul. And the depths, tho height, with liquors which our own citizens and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bennett at are forbidden by law to manufac- New Hope. the breadth, of the soul can not be IMCORPOKXTBD measured. So let It be understood, ture. It looks as if something were iMlsses Mary Margaret Walsh and Louisville, Ky. rotten, and the rottenness is not Ida Miller are visiting their rel- 1201 Story Avenue. when we say that we are AmerNewport and atives in Cincinnati, icans. Let the word stand out In quite as far away as Denmark. Phone Your Wants To West 9200 Shawnee 800 Covington. INCORPORATED t Its truth, its beauty, its vastness, Miss Hallle Ford, Jeffersonville. .. 320 AVEST JEFFERSON STREET C. QUEER JUDGE. aye its sublimity, without any sughas returned from Carrollton and gestion of percentage. Let it mean other points in Kentucky, where CUT RATE DRUGGIST ASK YOUR GROCER Five young men In North Caro she visited. GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL the expression and cry of our heart, AND MARKET STREETS N. E. COR. TWENTY-SIXTlina are under sentence to attend New AlMrs. Dora our soul, our love for our country LdWEST PRICES KREAM FRYDKAKES has gone to Montgomery. HIGHEST QUALITY and our loyalty and devotion to our church regularly for one year. bany, to visit her cousin. Miss Mar They were convicted stealing Ala., of flag. LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated automobile supplies and Judge garet Proiss. M. Hlggins and Mrs. William Horbon gave them their choice of daughter, Miss Hattle Hlggins, leave FOREIGN MISSIONS. going to the country roads for one Monday to spend ten days at GraNinety-nin- e years is a long time year or attending church regularly ham Springs. Miss Katherine Keegan has reIn the view of the averago mortal. for the same length of time. Of "W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry y turned to her home in Cincinnati, For that number of years the So- course they chose the church-goin- g after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Mat Wo Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. ciety for the Propagation of tho alternative. That Judge must have Nickles, Jeffersonville. t S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. Faith has been carrying on its a queer notion of What churches aro Mr and Mrs. John T. MalonC 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET People attend church 1n or- 'left tills week for Bay View, Mich., beneficient work. At times the ef- for. H. TULLY Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. fort has been discouraging. The der to worship their Creator. But to Join their family, who have been Phone City 4603 society has had much with which to In North Carolina .they seem to be there for several weeks. . FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS Phone City 469 (Miss Mary Josle Godfrey, Crescontend. iBut there has been no regarded as substitutes for a peni cent Hill, left Saturday with a party SOFT DRINK STAND , ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH wavering. The great work lias gone tentiary. And then people wonder ot friends for Camp Daniel Boone BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME THROUGH OUR THE BEST EV THE CITY on. Godly priests have volunteered why Protestant churches ore empty on the Kentucky river. dlTY 3328 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY Miss Clara Angormeler who has for the missions, knowing full well been spending the past month with WHAT JAPS WANT. that they were leaving friends and Miss Anne Turner' In Lexington, home and everything dear; realizEXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERINGv Miss., returned home Sunday. Don't put off papering your home because of the lack of ready cash. We President Harding's disarmament ing that, perhaps, they never would will paper your home for you on credit on payments to suit your inMiss Virginia Phelan has been H. conference is meeting with some visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and return. Sisters, too, have taken up come. We have a larger display of GUARANTEED WALL PAPERS than any other store in Louisville. We sell more paper than any othor store their abode in lands peopled by pa- difficulty because Japan Insists on a Mrs. Fred Lutz, at their new home MERCHANT TAILOR and are ablo to quote the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Wall. Paper. gans and those without the faintest definite limitation of subjects that in Indianapolis for some time. Mrs. Mike King returned to her Maker of High Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices ONE CENT PER ROLL AND UP. knowledge of the Gospel. They may be brought up for discussion. home at Ravenna, last week, accom402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON CITY 994 have gone, completely forgetful of There are some things in the Far panied by Masters John Francis and K. East that Japan wants the world to Bernard Burns, South Louisville. self and all comforts, their every 802-- 8 KIley, who was the THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING thought being the work of the Mas- take for granted such as the SiEAST MARKET STREET, ABOVE SHELBY Mrs. P. M. ANYTHING ter. It is greatly through the me- berian question and others involv- guest of her sister, Mrs. Dallas reYOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE Jeffersonville,, has expansion of Lawrence, dium of the Society for the Propa- ing the Indefinite to her home at Evansville. gation of; the Faith that his foreign Japan In the Orient, The fact is turned ami Mrs.' H. K. Blandford FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE Mr. mission work Iras been so success- that a disarmament conference to and son, Terry, Mrs. Eugene Bland- 440 SOUTH FIFTH STREET PHONE CITY 8252 fully carried on. And still the con- accomplish anything must confine ford and Mrs. E. L. Terry have reBECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE its attention to one thing: reducing turned trom a very pleasant tour to tributions to the cause have fallen The world is Frankfort and Lexington. , far below what Is actually neces- world armament. Mrs. Grover L. Tockert announces sary. The work of the organization tired of getting ready tor more the engagement of her sister, Miss Soft Drinks aad Hot Lunch. The Best in the City wars while the debts of the last Pearl Brady, to Elmo Hobbs. The le widespread and it must take a good, many hands in the executive war are Rtlll unpaid. wedding will take place in Septem ber at the rectory of, Sacred Heart offices to do what has to he done, " With Tony Carroll and Jim Fahey church. ' B106 PORTLAND AVE. asd still, the .report just at hand Mr. and Mrs, Allen T. Long and (not Fay) dictating and controlling tell us that the entire expense of i Drop in aad Get Acquainted tho Democratic local campaign all little son Jack have returned to Phoac Shawnee 1416 the national offices was but their home In Petersburg, Va., after hope for victory will vanish. They a visit several weeks with their That is the Catholic way are seeking their own selfish In- parents, tfMr, and Mrs. Geo. Zix, of doing big business.- It Is gratifying to learn from the reports that terest only, and real Democrats will Frankfort avenue. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Galvin, who KJestucky is credited wVth goodly not stand for them. returned Thursday of last week -' sums toward, the general and special up from ''Made from Choicest Hope, Malt and After this election renegade Dem- tucky a camping tripsame the Ken- 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVER day with river, left the funds really generous when all tho ocrats will again their place their daughter, Mies Anna Griffin other Cereals by the old, reliable Fehr BOTH PHONES various demands are. taken into where they belongtake with the ReOhio. Boneiderailon. The total contrbut-e- d publican party. Carorll and Fahey Galvin, for Cleveland, - daughters. method. Mrs. James Canty andIn, the United States during the Misses Mabel and Fannie Canty, and OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY have assured this and more. year was $1,622,696.36. son Raymond Canty, will leave toIncorporated morrow for Washington, New York, INTO HEAVENLY REST. PRES0RD?TI0N DRUGGISTS Philadelphia and Atlantic City, re SHOUIiD SECURE PERMIT. ' 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS The Rev. Father Thomas O. Dur-bi- n, turning early in September. o years old, teacher at fMrs. E. E, Matters announces the With the long and increasing ltet Year Fatroaage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated Miss ' of burglaries, holdups and cuttings St. 'Mary's College, Lenanon, died engagement of her daughter, Gold-ne- PARK S00 PHONBS PARK 282 Monday afternoon at Sts. Mary and Eleanora Matters, to Ernest I. and shootings In Louisville anyone Elizabeth Hospital, following an illwedding will take place The may see revolvers, daggors, Church August 17 ANDREW n at St. Josepr's ness of two months. Father HOME PHONE, CIY 5808 HENRT was the father ot five children. with nuptial hlgb mass at 9 o'clock. brass knuckles and other In bis early life he was married in EILER BROS. Mbees Mary and Martha Hanra-haprominently deadly weapons Grayson county, he was born. South SIxb street, left for sale in dosen of pawn- After the deathwhere his wife he day for Watertown, Maes., ThursBXACXM XX AX.Z. XXVDS OF INCORPORATED of where second-hanshops, and stores studied Spr the priesthood. they will visit their sister, Slater 'SECOND-HANAND TIGHT AND SLACK O. S. D. LOUISVILLE, Before re- throughout the. cRyr suggesting vioFor the last two years Father M. , KENTUCKY. BARRELS AND KEGS lence to the wan with a grievance, Durbin had been at St. Mary's Col- fUTnlug home they. wliT visit Boeton, lege. J'rtor to that time he was New York, Atlantic City and WashUNDERIHLL STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Shawnee SCO sad crime to the evilly Inclined. pastor ot Holy Mary church at Cal ington, West 021 These lethal instruments can be vary, for two years, and taught Miss Agnes Broderlck, ot Washobtained readily today by any per school In various parts of the State. ington, l here on a vielt as the , C. KEMPER. son who ha the money to purchase Father Tjurbln's five children sur guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Daniel D. f vive. They are Roy ana Cyril Dur- McKejtaa, of 610.Wet Oak street. la It to be wondered at that. bin, Louisville; Lawrence Durbin, tha. The many friend of AC. J. so many crime of ytoletH'e are St. Melsrad, Intl., who Is studying Sr.. twill be aory to learn HOT AND COLD LUNCH OYSTERS IN 'SEASON commttteedT There should be tame for the priesthood; Paul Durbin, thai he ia ill with iypfeeid fever, at upon 'the Jndiserim-Inat- e who to studying at Baltimore, Md, hhi hojn an Weat Oak. treet. rigid restriction SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEE SANDWICHES to become a priest, Mrs. John sale ot such weapons. It ia tmyaer, seatora, ma.and Ml, WB8T MARKJBT STRHET PHONH CITY 1M Tne remains BMNJOTT PICNIC. not enough to require the teller to were prepared tor burial and taken FOB A GOOD make a record of the sales and turn to Calvary by Thomas JGeenan One of the teat picnics ot the ments toeing made to St. John' and It i certain they will present a t In dally to tho polic departmeni. funeral services were held at Holy season will take place neat Wednes-- parochial school; Cli and Walnut, programme ot amusement that will day at Phoenix Hill Park, the pro- for week Re Fat! m Schnhnmnn, please all. It Is expected 'that this Since a person honld have a penirU doc fnm eed to tq toward dtray1ac thai the Mtor, and hi people, hare outing will attract to the Hill one to carry a wpoa, b should b at the solemn ofcsequkM. e and imprave- - been bns, preparing (for this erent, of lite oost of tlMr repair large crowd. 4009 WEST MARKET STUEET - whole-soule- d Miss Anastasia Welch Is visiting in New "York City. quired to secure a permit to purMiss Katie Ford has returned chase it. from French Lick Springs. Misses Mary' and Katherine Me an I havo gone to Atlantic City. NOT REACHED YET. Miss Ellen (Murphy, of Newport, It Is reported that the reason for Is visiting her aunt Mrs. JL J. the delay In Do Valera reply to Walsh. M'cGill Miss the British Government's peace pro- Atlantic Annie ana New has gone to City York for a posals lis the attempt being made- - to month. secure tho adhesion of Ulster to the Miss Amelia Blanton, New Haven, peace plan before resuming the Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. negotiations with Premier Lloyd Amanda. Kayo. Mary Ryan, ot Jeffersonville, is George, so he could be met by a visiting her grandparents at Old beunited Ireland. Every effort Is Point Comfort. ing ,mado behind the scenes, it Ifi iMlss Margaret Felghan, Beech-nion- t, stated, to induce Ulster to accept a was a visitor at Mammoth share in the powerful body which It Cave last week. Miss H,annah Drlscoll, JeffersonIs planned to make ,the may be a grain1 ville, has returned from a visit to Parliament. There Clay nnd Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give us n trial. City 4489; Main 1 058 NEW O. T. COAL YARD COAL CO. S. ...KCOJBY CONDUCTED BY THE DOMINICAN SISTERS. Primary, Preparatory, Commercial Courses. Music and Art. Gymnasium Classes, French Course throughout, Domestic Science, Sowing. llomoNursuig taught. How Playground Apparatus installed. Boarding and Day School For Girls. A select boarding and day school for girls comprising academic preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art music, elocution and language. Affiliated with tho Catholic University Washington, D. C. Accredited to tho Kentucky Stato University. Fot Information apply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. DRUG IPsreeorirt:ioxa SpQoialitAtt OPBN ArC NIGHT CO... S. BISBNBERG SUMMERSCHOOL j 1 Amer-Isanis- m Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home !..! ... STEHLIN'S BAKERY -- NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE MAGIC SOAP OOMPA3STY WOERTZ OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE ARTHUR H O'D-onnel- STEIN'S. Market Lowest Price LEVY Drs. Harrison and Sfrassburg in the City EASY PAYMENT PLAN KORB &SON That Good Old FEHR'S X. L. Served Everywhere Y $44,-750.- 79 Groceries, Trcsli Meats and Vegetables SCHULMAN'S GROCERY ' its former punch and exhilarating qualities. Is back again with all of - fifty-tw- Order a Case Sent Home MAIN.-..467..-.CIT- r. slung-sbot- e, Dur-bl- die-play- ed n, CENTRAL CONSUMERS' COMPAN d D 97S-08- 2 'OFT DRISrjKS J. VISHOP BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT 1, old-tim- OHIOKEN DINNE: KEsrxjcnersr X3ris:o: AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE 1 Aasktjaxo-Muc.- . DEATH A SHOCK. INTERURBAN xmiWmk.:J SWt7 k ZL m, wr 5 mens FURNISHINGS $408w.market st.ss lOUISVILLE.KYP L Ngs ?& 317 Mistaking a dark back stairway for sa door leading to his room, Brother Boniface, seventy-on- e years old, who before entering the Xaver-la- n Order was Bernard Gruber, fell to his death lust Thursday night at and Broadway. St. i''''t 'liit'il''ii'li04''li4'li CITY ' O NOW IS THE TIMEl and Cleaned ttm&&MW SSOWAHtTTNOtT IOUWVU.U.KY. MAINM W 3 Javier's College, Second street v Overhauled Ho was found by S West Liberty Brother Albert, who Next BBBWWBsflP to 'WEST END SCREEN WORKS JOUN WEISS, BUILDER AND MANAGER Interurban noise of tl)e fall. His skull had hann frnr.turpil whprA hn tttrnrlr thn a. . . ..-- . ""m He died in a few minutes. Brother . Boniface was returning from prayer -- heard the $1.00 ? East 2173 Broadway. it, J ijk 4 1U2PAIIUNG AND KBMODELING A SPECIALTY E. Clty21Sl oie""b J. E. DAWKINS CO. Home Sites For Sale On Easy Payments. Offer now five acres, four-roobungalow; ten minutes' walk from city car; $500 cash, balance like rent. Address 209' S. Brook. Station curred and was preparing - Alterations, Repairing, Jobbing and Store Fixtures Phono City 1840 SHINGLES 7VTHES 1 17 N. Fourth St. FLOORING Weekly Savings Club :$TART GNE to retire. He walked up the front stairs to the second floor and started to make- his way to his room In h darkness. No one know of the ac- A it. A iti A iti d if. A if A 1 L. THIS MONTH WITH THE X to 490 X. Broilria Biuok Tu aa ffwltsk, JiSffaa ft ft. Buy St. Bernard Coal PHONES 932 607 South Fourth Ave. CHAS. J. MERIWETHER AND BUILDER DESIGNER " ARTISTIC HOMES Main 346 e 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 H. C. LARSEN Successor to WM. F. SHABER CO. HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ROOFING, 730 South Twelfth Street, Between Broadway and Staple LOUISVILLE, 'KY. HOME PHONE, CITY 2614 ROOF PAINTING, GUTTERING, GENERAL JOB WORK SPOUTING AND BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING; Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing 442 BAXTER AVE., Rooi Painting a Specialty Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1715 CHIMNEY POINTING at Underbill P. 5. HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN HOUSE WmiNG AND ELECTRICAL Estimates Furnished 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET Guy Leber 9 REPAIRING Fixtures Furnished " HIGHLAND 704' LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY Chas. Leber 800 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, CITY 2700 HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY BAKED DAILY KORTZ'S BAKERS' ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Home Phone City 1843 507 "WEST BROADWAY Both PhoncH 2344: Brother Boniface was born in Cincinnati and came to Louisville He when- a child with his parents. THE VERY BEST celebrated his golden Jubilee at the St. Vincent de Paul church in 1914 Watch Crystals Fitted 20 0 in the order and had been Watch sad Jewelry Repairing years at the time of his death The Radius Jewelry Shop He1 was a composer of music, having written several masses, one of 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. which was sung at the St. Xayler SOFT DRINKS Next to Rex Theater He had also Held mass, in 1920. O P. M. Open Evenings Until prepared a hymn book, after many years' work. The book was soon to come from the hands of the publishers. He Is survived by three Ictriwh Md Afatrmal "lilt Stliitifttillj TrttM Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 brothers, Mlichael Gruber, a butcher, and Chris Gruber, a policeman, (both Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy of Louisville: John Gruber, a newsRJ''SSw Cbirpdll paperman of Pittsburgh, and two 607 slstersi Mrs. Catherine Pryle and FLORIST Miss Mary Gruber, Louisville. Stark Bonstate at St. The body BaiUim Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants iface church lay In Monday morning. until Both Pbores Twenty .t?ghlh.nd Greenwood. Office for the dead was chanted by the Franciscan fathers, and a sol CALL US FOR eon Phone, City 4300 emn high mass was celebrated by Comb. Phone, Main 8580-- 4 Father Casper Metz. O. F. OI ; Fa ther George Schuchmann, D. D., deacon; .Father George A. Weiss, Hubbuch Sr. & Son subdeacon, and Father Francis FOR ALL PURPOSES Leonard, O. F. M., master of ceresanctuary were Kentucky Consumers Ol Company Dealers In monies. In the Brother Benjamin, Provincial Bedo. Louisville Kentucky WALL PAPER AND RUGS the Brothers from St. Xavler's and Brother Boniface sixteen priests ""FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., was a fourth degree member of the DOLL Knights of Columbus. The follow8 WEST MARKET ST. CONCRETE WORK ing members were active pallbearers: J. Raymond Barrett, Crand BUTLDBR' Knight; S. R. DR. P. BECKER John Stratman,Hardman, Secretary;. CONTRACTOR AND AVENUE Eugene Sempel-kam3 BAXTER Thomas Pazore and Edwin OPTOMETRIST Elthor Phone Laffey. Burial was in S. Louis cemPractice limited to diagnosing etery. GAS .FITTING AND SEWERAGE and correcting dofects of Eyesight WAR MOTHERS ACT. by the fitting of proper glasses. ROBERT E. SCHULER Only Alabama, Georgia, MissisSUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. JPLUMBING sippi and Kentucky have failed to Third Floor oass legislation authorizing aid to Repair Work Promptly Attended To veterans in exemptions or benefits COR. FOURTH AND 100D MARY STREET of some kind. The bonuses range Phone City 5708 WALNUT STREETS from $10 a month for service In a number of States to $25 a month In Home Phono, City 1180 North Dakota. Several States set Home Phone, Parkway 50 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR maximum rates ranging,from $100 Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J BY APPOINTMENT In New Jersev to $500 In Oregon. Mrs. P L. Scanlon, Chairman of FRED WARNS, JNO. P. MORTON & CO. the Jefferson County War Mothers' Legislative Committee, has an enPRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST HJCORFORATED thusiastic committee who will work with her to get thl.s. legislation beLouisville, Kj fore ithe public and to carry It to TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. stabllshed 1820 a Guccessful Issue when the next TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS OFFICII OUTFITTERS Legislature convenes. They call atPIUNTBKfc tention to this deplorable lack of STATIONERS Mapfe Garden appreciation and request Gfov. Morrow, to present to the Incoming LegJOHN B. WATHEN of n Eighteenth and Eernheim Lane islature a recommendation bonus of not less than $15 a month ruiuvrruRB moving and for our long neglected and lit'le apPAOKCNa preciated war veterans. FRED SCHICK, Prop. M. 80 South Tweaty-Sfaaf- c DELEGATES TO CONVENTION. South Louisville Bank Fourth and'Gentral Avenn. way. cident until Brother Albert heard a noise. With another brother, ho made a search and found the dying, man at the foot of the back stair- K0ELLNER PLUMBER West JEnd Sheet Metal Works , 628 S. SECOND STREET Phone Shawnee Koof Painting and Chimney Pointing a Specialty. Spouting unil Guttering. 1420-- L TINNJERS - J. K. WELSH, MANAGER. 3019 West Blarkct Street; flfty-sov- en EPPING'S COAL REDUCED Wilton Jclllco Lump Harlan - Lump Hazard- Lump 25 cents per ton less than eled off. S8.2G Tayioif Lump $8.25 West Virginia Lump $8.25 West Kentucky Lump above prices If coal Is dumped - AUGUST DELIVERY $8.26 $7.00 $7.00 not shov- CORNS.BUNIONS Byrne x SIMON PONTRICH Speed Coal Corporation UfOORPORjLTBD 315 Guthrie Street. tgjjUgmjg BUY NOW Both Phones 315. WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. Because we secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there are patterns and kinds 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 we furnish you with experienced hangers m Joseph Oil and Grease .. .. .. H..A. 1196-112- 804 EAST MARKET STREET R. K O RB & SON ABOVE SHELBY JOHN p, 621-62- 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING ST. TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705 NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated GENERAL CONTRACTORS. B4-5- 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLB, KY. JR. J. B. Ohligschlagcr, President I A. J. Ohligschlager, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 OTTO J. OSTER BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY VARIETY WOODWORK REPAIRING 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY 0270 Tree Soft Drink Stand WmC 1SS4 Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANGB HAULIN ARCOLA HOT WATER HEATING That Are Comfortahle, Light and Durable. THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. Louisville National Bank Building, former Walker Bldg. GAS RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER SEWRRAGE .. FITTING 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Phones City 6826; Main 1264 FOR MONMY. Loans ts those having regular 1053 Goas Avenue or salary, with no publicity Phone City 7555 McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY er red tape. Loans to housekeeper SOUTH 0122 SEVENTH AND BROADWAY CITY 2524 a their personal security. UPHOLSTERING, F. R. POOLSJY, PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST SISTERS RETURN. CARL STOLL, Authorized, for Th6 line of QUALITY OF DRUG Seam 1, Courier-JournBuilding. Tables, Bowling dealers Supplies PRICES CONSISTENT WITH-BES-T Alleys, Window Shades, Curtain Hungers, Sample tables on and Accessories. University Summer Creighton 415 8. Fourth Street. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE Cleaning Oil Shades. . School, which has Just closed Its Office and Works most successful session, was attendWE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE OGLE COMPANY Otasa. pers240' E. St. Catherine. Phono 0501 ed by 471 Sisters and 110 layforty-fiv- e X. A. Krapp Phone, City 7005B. Srapp Home ons-. The former represented Incorporated religious communities. Aniong SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOAN OO GLOBS 8HCURITY LOUISVILLE, KY. KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET those frorn Kentucky were seven iStsters, sixteen Lorret-tlne- s Dominican Wholecale and ReUll A. Lazar, Manager Manufacturer of Harness and Dealer in Men's and Boys' and twenty Ursulines, who BZZV, ronx, TJtSX AXTO CHAS. SCHUPP Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Etc., at Lowest Prices. Mosey Advanced oa Your Plali KM have returned to their convents. All Xlada of Rmokea Misti EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS Sla West Jeaersea aww 101 EAST JEFFERSON STREET COVINGTON Home Phone City 3050 SOFT DRINKS AND HOT LUNCH (Seeoad FImt) 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. . Last week St. Elizabeth Hospital, Mome Phone, City 7804 Bmbu Pass THE BEST IN THE CITY Comb. Phone, West 412-SHAWNEE 965 of Rev. Thomas Kehoe, late pastor DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED Rea., Shawnee 1863-- L of 'St. James church, at Ludlow, a Pity 6910 & $1,000; Co. bequest of Newport, the Immaculatea ror Academy, $500 A. T. HOUSE Incorporated When yon have bottles to sell see us When you want to buy bottles we scholarship and $100 for an annual AND large stock of all kinds. TRANSPORTATION, gold medal; and have a GBNSRAL the LaSalette DRUGGIST Academy, Covington, $500 for a TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND 1800 WBST MARKET STREET COR. PRESTON AND CHESTNUT STREETS LOUISVDLLE, KY. poor child scholarship for some "HAYRTOB PABTD96" Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J 080-02- 8 from Ludlow, and $100 for an anPHONES Fehr Avenue MAIN 9357; .CITY 671 City 8714 1128 WEST MAIN STRJBBT nual gold medal. ( ' President August Hoortz, Leo Connelly, Morris Buttlmer and Robert Butler, delegates from Mackln Council, Y. M. I to the Grand Council, will leave this afternoon for Torre Haute, Ind., where the convention woll be In session for three days, following a high mass Monday morning. This will be an important meeting for the Y. M. I., as many matters of great Interest to our Catholic young men will be presented for discussion and final ,. action. HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES All Kinds of Foot near For tho Whole Family Tuo HAMBLY'S Stoics 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 City 7104 18th nnd Magazine BBS POOLBY MASON GOS8 Hot Chile and All Kinds of Sandwiches HOME PHONE CITY 2528 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY JOHN TAPHORN Brunswick-Balke-Collend- er POCKET BILLARD TABLES JOHN al Gr. R. JLIPS Otty-aSM- BOTTLES & A. L. G U N N BAKER AND CONFECTIONER W Sullivan Transfer Frank Hartman Sons F. W AIjWES SON DEOOEATOES FAIHTEB8 SCHREIBER LOANS Oa MAMMOTH CAVE EXCURSION. rr-coa-al R. A. Fine's Pharmacy DRUGS Prescriptions Oar Specialty IT'S A , ICE 0EIAM 1S05 SOUTH SBVRNTH STREET HOMK PHONE, CITY 2.1 CUMB. PHONE, PLEASURE JUDGE aad Other The seventh personally conducted Xates la Oitjr excursion to JSammoth Cave under the auspices of Trinity Council, Y, "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT LOAN M. I., wiAl take place Sunday, AuPHONES: 1 ASSOCIATION gust 21, round trip, Including fare, Incorporated cayo fee, dinner and supper, to be Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 674 Home. City 1881 and 1882 CITY 688 $10.50. The train will leave Tenth S. S. COX. TKZSO AND XXTTXXSBX street station at 8 a. m., Teturnjng FOURTH AND IHLL STREETS aee colskah jjuildik ivt 10:25 p, ra. Highland 841 Faraltare, SlasaoadB Property at lownt , , "STAR" TIRE CO. , , j ? Incorporated SERVICE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT ' MAIN 3661 Old FashieBsd Chicken Dinner Served To Order Sandwiches of All Kinds Served Oh Short Notice Both Pfcoaea 2406 t inBERNTAN CONVENTION. C. A. KOERNER & CO. gsst 9153 WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT Try Oar DeUolosHS Oab Sandwiches REUTLINGER & CO; AdolBh Restlhiger C. M. SCHELL'S SUMMER GARDEN Glenbrook Station, 18th Street Road Bight Miles From Cosrt House SOOD MUSIC FDII DANCING TOKNADO, DXSURANGI GENERAL CONTRACTORS Division 4, A.0. H., Monday evening In Bertrand OFFICE AND YARD: Hll President Joseph D. Hennessy read in. full a Teport of the recent FLOYD AND BURNBTT STREETS BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE Hibernian national convention- held LOUISVILLE, KY. At a meeting of f EVERYTHING "ROMIEt" TO v N r' , . EAT AND DRINK GEO. 3. ROMISMR, - Prep. JOHN CUNEO'S RESTAURANT WEST MARKRT STREET LIABILITY AND FLATS GLASS 128 8OUTH.' THIRD 8TRBBT LOUTSVILLB In Detroit, and also announced that the Stat convention would be held at Covlnton, .beginning Sunday. September 19. OSTRADER PHARMACY HARRIS No.' DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired', ' JOHN RE00IUS' SONS SOFT DRINKS YNE CITY ,2965 P. GARGOTTO, Prop HOT AND dOLD LUNCH ' OBRBALMniL QO. Incorporated Manufacturers of the Celebrated DROP IN AND OBT ACQUAINTED TODAY Brad Meal, n ECKERtE DRUG COMPANY EVESTCSOXa OUTVRATX ALL. )YD AND MABSBT TBI THOC LOUMVrLLB, 'NOtrBfUOH" f Qrite, Kombty, Com VUmt, Dairy, Hoe; and Tnmhry KT. AOTD AND BLOOM 6TBBT8l Olty SOIfjaotrtt 1169 V& RUBBBR THtBS PUT ON DOLL BUGGDSS AND HtlMK 019NTRAL SOCIETY. Detroit, waa selected as the place AND MADISON STS. MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTJH6, HTC. for .th 1922 contention! of the1 ' ' 217 WHiT MARKET STREET CITY SMI LOUISVILLB, KY. CtvUJolic which Central Society, clewed Ma national convention" at Port Wayne oa Wednesday. Charles Horns Phone, Shawnee 803 "Cora, of New York, was elected AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSOHtlB Preakleat of the eoototy and Mrs, & Minnie Sprinter, of Milwaukee,, was etoated President of the CathoHd ROOFING, aUTWHUXG, SPOUTING 414 SOUTH HIGHTH STKBBX Women's Union, which held Us anHefMOred meeting in conjunction wtthi Xta stools BUnglee aid Painted nual AUTO REPAIRING. BY SKILLED MBOgANIOS Asphalt a feweolaltr the society's convention, the largest ROMS PHONU, CITY 757 WORK DONB PROMPTLY yet held. aad most successful Mil WsWT BROADWAY ' HENRY. GOSf GADDIE ROSENHAM &, Gi fiaaJMrcruoisrv :AAr K KJnemmf. AJs&JEOixjLiDjx. REOKNT DEATHS, . -- k . : t , PHONE 2635 For Best Service and two-piec- e e ;AAATrAAA YOUR BOY! If you are going to .send your boy to boarding school it will be to your interest to investigate Quality of Work in the City $1.50 1,75 $2.00 to 2.252.50 to 3.00 . suits Men's suits.. Men's three-piecMen's light weight overcoats Men's medium weight overcoats : Wool and silk dresses Evening and fancy dresses Waists Plain skirts Pleated skirts....... Cotton dresses Wo W - Jh5?j St. Joseph's College SrLro; sti - .old, and resided at G78 South Pres ton street She is survived uy nerr r ,i With expression of real Borrow nows ot the death of Mrs. Mary Gertrude Nfchan yean received by her friends Saturday morning. Mrs. Nohan, who was the widow f James Nehan'. was foriyfour years o-- I HERMAN X STRAUS4 SONS JI J .... nc nr.. tm ALL GO TO THE Picnic and I ''i''l'''MmmmmmmiammmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmA We Give and Rdeera Qeld Trdlnjr Stamps. Bratwurst Fest THE c t K ;.. : Bardstown, Kentucky. NAZARETH COLLEGE. Is open to all High School Grad uates desiring to pursure a course of higher education. Courses lead- iW to bachelor of arts and bache- lor of science degrees are planned according to tne host standards or our American Educational System. SISTER DULA, Dean S51 South Fourth Street Louisville, Ky. ivi jour boys a gflncattcra prspar t&aa for 111 to A.W c 65 .' t, t ( C A 0 "C c c t t Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks White Material 25c Extra , v. 'AVrn2,00 $1.50 up c '( " c t PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY HARRY B. DRIVER I SON IPROPRIETORS 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. "C Pignt, a wail Known primer anu a,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiA..Aw. IIS "W. Broadway. Ztoalarlll.' Xr. Civil "War veteran, euccumbed Sat- . .... . Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers "unlay morning at MS, nome, Scientific Classical, and Business Btory avenue, after fin illness of Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars; -, n,onlns of croenine naralysis. Swimming- - Pool, Well Equipped GymHe was a nativ ot. Pennsylvania naslum. Terms moderate; Bro. Benjamin, Dlr, I and came to trfjutsvtyle flttr tho Wo offer excellent Coffee, QK aaaaaalaaaaaaa war. Surviving him iare flvo sons three Rounds for and two daughters. Hfc va9 a memCity 4597 South 847-Union1, This means only another decrease over the old price Job Work Promptly Attended To ber ot the TypoRraphlpal which sent an escort ito the funeral for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price at St. Joseph's churcli, the burial ori the market. Give us a trial. LEO H. St. Xavier's tkt will College church. sixty-si- x Nunemain, Andrew rears old, died Sunday afternoon at Fifteenth! lib home, 950 South ntrect. Ho is survived (by his widow. Mrs. Marv 1C. Nunomanii: seven' daughters, Mrs.- Frdctfck "Wltte- naur, Mrs. h. t usiing, rnra, ivjuen. Mrs, frame item, Airs LocKhara Thomas Stokkers and. 'Missed Loulso and iRosb Tfunemannj and a son, Stanley Nunernann. Funoral serv ices were held "Wednesday morning Rt St. Peer's church, Where deceased was a deVout and fegular - latere, airs. Margie CoUinger and Mrs. Anna. Schaedler, ' ILoulsvllle, and Airs. Sidney Barnes, Chicago. Her funeral .took place Monday morning from St. Ctyary Magdalen GIVEN BY Jackson Democratic Club Phoenix Hill Park SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 Twenty-fiv- BOYS' SUITS Music, Dancing and Rcfieshmants, e Door" Prizes. Ticke't8Joc, $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- tise our Boys' Department. These ii Suits are made of good woolen mate-- ! ;; terials, splendidly tailored and fin-- 1 ;;ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW; j BASEBALL TODAY and TOMORROW ; j rvTTimiiTilmTiK Joseph G. Kestler. jfged Boventy- - LOUISVILLE vs. 1 Coffee Prices Lower QJL I. ,'...s. iin COLUMBUS Double '""' Header Sunday. Reserved i Game called at 3:30 o'clock. now 01 sale at BuscImimyk's. setts W JOHN M. MULLQY WEBER 212 WEST MAKKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 MODERN HOMES Cheerfully Plans 181K Designer and Builder of and Estimates Furnished BOUTH PRESTON STREET ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT BATHS WATERS APARTMENTS rurnithed For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms Phone City 4240 OlO West Chestnut Mb JorPniit and Rear of fori Comma dot Carl. (glIS) SHOCK ABSORBERS 2d and Tib TtaTff FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. scrvluv Slutlun Liberty Main 8473 KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City 2712 Phones P. P. Valinoti Electric Co. "Wo Uso tho Golden Rule" 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AST) POWER INSTAIiLATIONS, RESIDENCE WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS Elizaboih McCullum, eighteen years old, daughter of (Mrs, Mary I. McCullum, 2004 JVTnplo Btreet'. dfed Tuesday afternoon at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Besides .her mother eho Is survived, by three brothers, William, Eugene and a Bister, and iltay McCullum, Miss (Lucy McCullum. The remains were taken to St; Rose, near Springfield, where the interment took place Thursday morning, funeral services being held at Sacred Heart church. Mrs. Louisa Schneider, residing at 943, Mary street, died Tuesday afternoon at St. Anthony's oHspital. She Is survived by hex husband, Antone Schneider, and a sister, M,rs. Andrew Ulrlch. Funeral services were heid yesterday morning at St. Vincent da Paul chuTch, of which she was a highly csteempd flfty-nino, Cav Hill. Miss Alary b&tnff In. tho National cemetery, WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. , - $10 THE XAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA i I , DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS ' FOR SALE'.AT ALL GROCERS BUTTEE,A SPECIALTY " Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEIIR AVENUE BOTH TIIONES 4202 member. , LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. Mora than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 peoplo with t deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built a toUJ by the peopi of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. SWISS CLEANING-- - OF- H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors Father Schuhmann celebrating the requiem mass, A daughter and a son survive her, To IIclpYou With Your Cleaning Phone Us Now. ST. PHILIP NKHl'S. For tho 'convonienca of his tho Rev. Father Acker-manIncorporated pastor ot St. Philip Neil's church, Floyd and Woodbine, will 333-33- 5 WEST MAIN ST. until further notice celebrate the City 135 Main Sunday morning masses at 7 and 10 o'clock. During, tho heated term the hours wore 5:30 and 8:30. Mark Sales, Pres. J. C. Jacobs, Sec. and Treas. Announcement of the chanue last Sunday was greeted with expres L. GRAUMAN & CO. sions ot approval from all quarters. Incorporated par-ishone- rs Funeral services for Mrs. Emma flfty-nln- e, Glasser, aged beloved wife of Ernest Glasser, 829 Frankwere held Thursday lin street, morning at St. John's church, Rev, UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. n, Childers Elect. Co. and Embalmers. Telephone 022 Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. - 600 BBROADWA JOHN B. RATTERMAN ' FUNERAL ,DIRECT0R JBBJSBSBaMKBfBBSSSSSSSCSSsMBSBSSaSBaBSBBBSSaSi SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED "HARE" RUTH MONDAY. Office 017 Soath Pourtu. Plant OOO South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT Hemstitching GRAYV0N ALLMEN Buttons Pleating Brother Benjamin, Principal of St. Xaviera College, has earned the 2114 WEST MARKET STREET prafee of every fan (and lover of Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland baseball in this section by bringing uaoe" Ruth and . the New York West 1179. Americans hero Monday for an ex- nibit'ion. game with the Louisville Colonels, and Eclipse Park will be taxed .to .its utmost capacity Judg ing from the Interest being dis played. Reserved sears will be placed on sale at the park today. Beading Braiding Beaked Bag3 Repaired TWIN CITY 'LEAGUE. Sealers in All Kinds of Office and Store riztnres, Safes, Cash Begis ten, Show Cases, Counters, Shelving, Etc. S10 WEST MAIN STBEET Home Phone, City 1888 Where the QuicK MeaJ Comes, In Wfaere meaJ u cooked bejt; Wfaere the raage staada FRED ERHART ARCHITECT- NORTON BUILDING M. W. tho brightest j Wfaere tha lightest! Where the kome work la VU the test where That's the "Qjuick Meal" eocaea Where work U dose Where eooUaf msjsjw real faaj Where baking gives Ughtj m Where dradge Is 1 -T- hat's 'Quick where Meal" Sanitary Milk Co. XNCOXrOSA' fsaM Russell 307-- 8 Service Shoppe IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK n ASK YOUR GROCERS, 11 GOODIE CANDY GO. Boston Building Vellie Russell, Manager. DOMESTIC T u, Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty IF SO CALL We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Konlucky 1930 West Market Street l'ICXIO FOK NEW CHURCH. Coal produced, andean therefore furnish your requirements with, the best satisMATTHEW HAMM0N faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal Phone Shawnee 2347 Next "Wednesday members of the NOW. Let us'have your order TODAY. new parish to be known as St. Ben- RESIDENCE, 1051 EAST MARKET We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special Homo PIionoXHty 3820 edict's, will give a picnic and bratFOR .reduced prices on car load shipments. beginning at 5 ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT Most Attractive Restaurant Near wurst Junch bratwurst will be o'clock P. m. The served1 by experts and the ladies will'servo Union Station. HARVEY-JELLIC- O Euneva Cigar an excellent "plate lunch" to go Herm Pcrfccto (XNCORZ'ORA.nB) Schrocr's Staokcrs with It. The affair will bo given on Geo. Waidiein Yard find Elevator, Pope and Payno the sit purchased for the new (UNION MADE) church, Twenty-flttYard 1CJOO S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia, street and Delicious Pastries a Specialty. Osage avenue. 4yro blocks north of Home Phone, City 6041 Main 033, City 1450. Main Office 4L1 Starks Building. 017 West Broadway, Loulsvillo Oak street. Committees In chargo of ithe various booths aro working BROS. hard to mako ihia a success, and Maanfacturers of FINE CIGARS BETTEE SHOES FOR proceeds will go toward the buildC41 EA8T JEFFERSON STREET LESS MONEY ing fund. Tli public is. invited. , COAL-Street: MANUFACTURERS! STEAM FINE CANDIES At a meeting of tho Twin City League a protest of Trinity Council in regard to iho recent defeat by Knights of SL John was upheld and President William M. Duffy ordered tne game played over from the eilxth inning. This decision was satisfactory to hotli clubs, and tho decision was also recommended by tho league umpires. " Tomorrow's schedule is' as follows: Kn.ighit of St. John vs. St. Xavier. Dellslo vs. Mackiri and Trinity ve K. ot C. Corner Fourth and Jefferson HENRY rritiio FISCHER KJLMAMMiM Qnlak Meal GsaJRaaABB Sold, loaf ailed and PORK PACKER Boiled Hams a Specialty GOING FISHING? GRAN W. SMITH'S SON! AL, S. MITH, PROP. )); H' VJ. f qotsj vti, Hitl ly Reoomsasades VV. 215 MARKET ST. tmmm99m9Wain Funeral 1 Director and Embalmeri tae)MSt - MINNOWS BOTH PHONES 810. COAL COMPANY Restaurant . J.J.-... iaewvwea"ivs'wsjwesjeieswsjtsjeesieesjee)f -H"W-I"'M""- SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi iHH hi M"H"H"fil'HM I"t"KH"H- Brighten Up Electrically! 'Make your home hospitable and 1 SCHROER DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT; 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, attrac- tive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. SPALDING SHOE CO. Out M the High Rent District BlGUTBBNTH AND MAPLE 8TS. OpR Evenings Uatll Nine O'clock DOUBIiK HEADER.' TOMORROW. th-el- r Ernest Oatey Drug Co. Incorporated PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ELECTRIC SPECIALTY mooaroBA.K 528 tVESTJISPFERSON WrfoWK-- JJniversid COMPANY . . 3Cs4n JSOO Crystal EUotric Wabr and City 897 Farm Lighting Planto. rWM M.J. M , f5 ; r JBWIWf f " fw) 9flH tV R BANN0N PIPE CO. , amd Mummsji's Cmtt . f: Fatt LUM4 ' PlfM fw 9M CortMta,, Km rrMl4:r i 0PP1C6 , umnnMA Tite, Ftf Cloy, CM flwU am. B4tof 9 4 SOUTM TrllRTBBNTti TREET.) PHOH9M CITY MA1M07. If. UnnnmiinnntHMtcn4iiiiiisjimtitKm WO! An, Associated Press dispatch from Brisbane, Australia, saya Arohblshop Man nix. who has Just BOTH PHONBKB 29 Tomorrow asnwratoba and evening returned.to Australia trom- a round- MjUTDING DONS tne St. Feter UNievelent Associa trjp, dring which he attion, composed mostly ot members tempted to visit Ireland, has ex, L. P. Blaekbmhi ehHrah, Seven leant hi pressed his willingness to take the C. X. Dwrk of 8t asd Oatiftad. vWl - gWe their aaoual oats: of allegiance.- - to the King, 2 BLACKBURN outing and unNn- at Orote'" Orove, Arehbtehop Maalx, when he arrived on the ghteesh street noasl. in Queensland 1' PLUMMW ATO HEATTlfa ntlaaion, vll mi free and there Adr land without was permitted to tflQ hindrance. Acting . maay jntereetins; events 'Mi Premier Cook is Quoted as havinjr 1m M40 FKAVKFOAT AVBIOm aarardt, A pt chase, open" t all, said that the Australian Ckwera- Hom Phone, OnMMt 71 e aa amasinf and axtttn? naeat bd deeVdeA not to Interfere will -KBNTDOJCT teatnre. '. WVUtnUCM with the Archbishop. a Progress Laundry Co. The iiLouisvillo Colonels will cloe home atay with a single game louay na a double header tomor row, ,th.is toeing Columbus' last ap pearance thte season. "Following Hlghtand 72 Monday's exhibition game the Lou Eat 572 f iavllle club leaves; on the longest FLY SOSEIKS trip away irom home tlna--t m Beginning veWx MHwaukee METAL WEATHER STBEP8 next "Wednesday tliey play every in the ADAMS & BALLWEY team trip abroad association, ending on September 14. tneir 078 BAXT8R AVBWUK ,Tbe awul ertump the flrwt part ot LOUI8flLLE - - -- , KBNTUCKY the team'x, home etay was dtacour-agin- g but i serred to bring out the tact that the present iLoulavUle' PROGRESSIVE WOXK club )s nocweseod of grit, sever FOE MtOGREaSlVE- - JPEOFL1 quitting' at any stage, awd many ot ; i lie iau oeiteve ,tney win mage a We Heartily ReojBesd tha reversal of form on. the road. ' poa-Bibl- e, SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND ACCURACY Bardstowa Iload and Longest Ave. Z Highland 1169 East 9163 HATTHR AND DRY CLEANER, Funeral Directors Cub. Mala 2098 and Embalmers I Heme City S99S BOTH PHOND6. ; ' HIIIIHIH'mmHMMMliHHHm HfiHIIHi CUBIBKKJLND MAIN CIL1S. P. GALAS, Ladles' Hads A Specialty. C!ty 1808. 218 8; Third Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. 0uKs freseea ana Dry Cleaned. WILL TAKE OATH. MtAaivritaASAiVMiV 371iy M I J. J. BARRETT'S SONS BOMS PHONB . FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. t SUNDAY OUTING. &Sta m the-wor- ld .J DAVIS Ptr' 1iMVW1AVKWMV . m wt AdCemln i .. i teme. . Haaa Ml ( L ,nl 2 :i xanvTM xfirsjctor s-- -.- K-- fl a'i at LBAX 4 - M jtK AmrjAittier i'-i..S- J ft ifi H WJi