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KENfMJftfel i ! mi ifllik j v PH4NE: HMK w)ff II AMERICAN ll M IMM 1600 iMtffWiTartMl&Tmifcrta iiJEjwiiM&iiii iiimi i i iiihiiihi in . 'i , ii"i VOLUME XLVII.-N- O. 11. ht'lLWU.J. J i j Ieororat ii i .f if jtMii MftaJMfc-tratlon- i'j of (tho Board of Aldermen, never adaano, Apostolic Delegate, In St. 'i.i,-'-'' ' '!' JK. mired near Mayor Smith's attitude Matthew's church In Washington, at ,i . t I Ki . t allowing Ches Searcy, Mtt CAnf wBlWf. in the opening of tho annual conven to a and "Governor" Burlibgatrie-t- o tion of the National Council of Cath . dictate the affairs of the olic Men, September 20, 21 and 22. When Smithy stood $ Mfcy The Right. Rev. Joseph Schrembs, by and allowed the Republic, Chairman of the Department of Lay IN AtiCJVIE THRILLER. Administration in Frankfort and chine to handle the streetyewc. Hare "HOWDY Organizations of the National Appeal of President Korz of Central question, tho phone gouge, end simCouncil, will deliver the Louisville is Xow GqinR on Bureau of the Central ilar matters Alderman "KJfiwwn's opening address to the delegates. 1Will blood boiled at the lack of backbone tho Bocks. Catholic laymen from all parts of Society. In the Mayor. It will .beOrmera- the United States will attend the Law- - ' . bered that City Attorney ' HI meeting. - ii MLmmJuKMMJM.lmSLIM WtiJ ii f rf KiKWm I illli1 HliUT ton was asked by 'Mr. Kjrwwi in Colored Voters Desert tlio Searcy BISHOP CRANE. Calls Upon All Members to Support 'i was representing the taxpnyens or , t IB mi MiM IIIMPiJdWJi Cliillon Machine nnd Klnvnn the Home Telephone- Company. In Their Leader Faithfully and Right Rev. Msgr. Michael J, n every Instance the Opens Fight. Crane, Vicar General of the Courageously. ' machine ran roughshod over the I Philadelphia and for 1' near Mayor, but received .opposition pastor of St. Francis from Alderman Klnvnn iii somoifo de Sales churqh, there, has been apIts schemes and for this 'opposition pointed Auxiliary Bishop of the Society Everybody Laughs at the Police Must Return to Immutablo ho was marked for punishment; Msgr. Crane, who has archdiocese: Clnlni of Xcw Rcc- When the primary came aong the always been a close personal friend ITincipIcs of Christianity for v machine slaughtered Mr. Kirwan's of Cardinal Dougherty; was one of oril Sjbtcnt. candidacy for Sheriff and boasted " Health. the party which accompanied His ' squelched forever. that he had been Eminence to Rome, early this year, But Tuesday night's meeting of tho for his elevation to the Sacred ColBoard of Aldermen dispelled that lege. The newly appointed Bishop KEYSTOXERS-AG. O. P. FAIR. notion. Alderman Klrwan carried was born In Ashland, Schuylkill LIVE UP TO PAST TRADITIONS. the fight to the machine by ordering county, on September 8, 18G2, the "Governor" lliirlingame to stop lobparish.1 In which he was born adbying on tho floor nnd joining that of Girardville, where ago It was predicted1 in tho poor old weak Mayor showed tip Sometime for having The following letter, Just issued Cardinal Dougherty was born. He these columns that ithe good Repub- cleaned out tho Major's focrot; servstudied in the public schools of Ash- by Charles Korz, of Butler, N. J., listing ice fund to tho amount of $10,180, lican Bhlp "Reform" was land until he was sixteen and then the newly elected ; badly and had been running into not even leaving a penny there for President of tho entered St. Charles Borromeo Sem- Central Society, squall after squall. Time was when tho blind man. The fight of Mr. which in tho past inary at Qverbrook, Ho was or- has done everything broke well for tho Repub- Klrwan on the machine means excellent work in promotdained priest by Archbishop Ryan ing lican machine in Louisville and Ken- trouble irr November for the maon Jnue 15, 1S89. Ho served tem- muchour country's' weal, will be of any time tho bosses were chine. tucky and porarily at the Church of tho Vis- generalInterest to our readers and the public. It is addressed 'to Ri ' J fnatangleor faclnga hard proposiAbout the most amusing thing itation In Philadelphia, and then en the clergy and members of the Cent, tion up would go .the flag of reform this week was the glaring announcetered the Catholic University for a and ministers, deacons, elders, church ment that Col. Lud Potty and Chief special course of one year, being a tral Bureau and Is follows: Fully appreciating trustees and members of the Men's Statistician James Carroll had demember of the first class to be en- ferred upon mo by Uio honor conFederation would fall In blindly be- vised a. plan to keep track of stolen the sixty-fiftrolled In that Institution. Later he general convention ' iy ' , st3j-- I , . i n th crowd and automobiles nnd thnt Louisville's hind the of the Central served for three 'months at St. Pe- - vereln, I desire to help to pull the Republican machine plan was second to nono in tho ( .7 i ters church, Reading, and for thir- cere thanks to tho exDress mv ul . if chestnuts out of the Are. All of country. . Wouldn't that make you members of tho teen years at St. Malachy's church Vereln those good people really believed laugh? Hore after tho police detho In Philadelphia. Father Crane was Central In me. for am confidence reposed "Howdy Ed" Morrow was sin partment has been convicted of I deeply conthat appointed pastor of St. Francis de scious bally- stealing automobiles, destroying recof tho grave responsibility cere when he delivered those Sales church In October, 1903. Durn hoo addresses about reform and they ords of 1920 and mixed up in every ing his pastorate ho has built a new attached to ho office of a chosen naGov. Morrow's bed In Seelbach Jlotel catches fire from clgarstte tional were unanimous in Ms support for automobile scandal possible, along church at a cost of 300,000, pur- olics ofleader of the American CathGerman descent. In placing Governor, One year of Morrow was comes Messrs, Petty and Carroll to and he is rescued bv Patrick FIvniti head norter. . Paisnuc a tntni chased a convent and equipped and my ...w VM nn eye opener, Gov. Cox carrying bamboozle the public with a lot of ! paid for a parochial school. Tho ice ability, such as it Is, at the servMl !.- 3.v,ouner-jourpa, f of the Central Vereln, I realize ueptcmDe )9art the State in 1920, and thnt was be- bunk about the splendid system church was dedicated November 11, fully that our activities can not be fore Uio infamous John Poo pardon. they have now for keeping track of 1911, and consecrated November What a rebukfe there will be for stolen automobiles. It Is .to laugh. 13, 1920. He was made Papal carried on successfully unless all Morrow and the Republican "re They might add that they Intend to Chamberlain on September 23, 1915, the members of tlhte organization form" crowd In Kentucky this fall! keep these complete records at the and was named Junior Vicar Gen- support their leader faithfully and Here in Louisville the good peo- Rex Garage. That the public is not eral of th9 Archdiocese In January, courageously. ? The war arfU its deplorable afterMayor Smith's gulled with stories like these and ple fell for near 1919. As Bishop he will have the ..,, ,... . . ,... .,,,..., promises for lower taxes, economy Is especially wise to the Keystone - .... ,. .' Titular See of Corlum. In the Isle of math have handicapped us In tho performance or V1 and reform, that being his plaitform police and auto scandals was evi- than fil.000,000 for Catholic for successfully!; ' That Is lho nakpd Cyprus. It Is expected that his con- taken but not certain tasks, undern macompleted when tho In 1917. The denced at the boxing contest Mon- eign, missions. will take place in the His first and only truth, andyt is useless attempting to secration storm broke. During the past chine bosses spread that bunk prop- day night. "When Heywood Allen, parochial assignment was to ,the v hide it. Fo peace obtained in these Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in years wo havo thorefore made few aganda among the Men's Church the announcer, said that there was Church of St. John but Evangelist, loircu instances no one would have the fall. slight progress in carrying out" our Federation and the preachers, dea- a car parked too near a fire plug where he has been the assistant for programme. Henco it te imperative iuo atiguiTXkb Kjcui, vuruiiuiy uu cons and elders were easy prey for from over 1,000 people in the audi- twenty-fiv- e PLEASANT SURPRISE. years of hist priesthood. Irishman iwould feel bound by any that the members of the Central the Republican "reform" politicians ence came tho cry: "Take it to tlio Msgr. James J. Flood is tho rector. '.A 4' arrangement thus arrived at Verein consider Secretary Lockhart, of tho Men's Rev Garage." That is Just an in- The new Bishop is a robust looking President Do Valero' Issues State- With the opening this week of obtaining in our seriously the needs "Withithls background of im- the new school year of the thirty-nin- e country nnd the de. Federation, was an active worker dication that the public as a whole man and a man of great activity, Sc position oy force war, not peace, meat RelteratbigthojDcslro and after the election 6ome of tho Is next to the "reform," administra- and he la expected to relieve Archparochial schools and tho six mands they placo on us. For right would surely be the outcome. Irearmy of crooks in our midst blew tion with all Its weaknesses and it bishop Hayes of a considerable burForTPeaoe, or high schools of this hero at homo social, political and , build-in- s. Is amusing land and Great Britain are neigh- academies some very pleasing sur economic conditions have, during1 to see Col. Laid and den of the episcopate. Ho is vry his safe In the city came bors. The natural forces of mutual prises to both pupils and parents. the past few years, grown more comJust one square from the police Statistician Jimmy trying to cam- popular with all of the clergy, and1 'plex, and therefore demand our atpurposes interests ana common ,, ahi'WrV station, and cleaned him out. That ouflage now. his appointment has been received nollceJ with general salisfc.tlon-apd-"manSpeaklntp-of-Is Just one instance of many-.- The s n TtK: tention in a greater degree tham ever ?olfcftoBt xcw together longWTfsfeaT-frteSTrsOrliifflFein' good men who were beguiled into consider Max Grossman, the kdud-Hca- n expresslons or Joy. Just when the rafiinViSTM Vml before- - in the" hlatory-o- f vountory had not the enlarged to such an exlent that tt Efforts are being made on voting for our near Mayor have seen Short Time to Mnko Councilmanic nominee. Max new Bishop is. to be consecrated has rulers and statesmen, with their Is looked upon as a model for others various sides to solve our difficulties, the worst administration in the his- was an enthusiastic supporter of the not yet been decided, nor has his Answer. cursed meddling and artificial con- to be erected for years to come. At especlal'y by those who believe that n tory of Louisville. Instead of that machine and the near residence after consecration been insuperable St. Philip Neri's trivances, interposed reform" and spotless government Mayor Smith administration. Wher- fixed. The consecration, of course, Rev. Father tho evil can bo removed by a variety barriers, which the British Govern- Ackerman has had the new building of beneficent measures ordalne'd by they hoped for they havo seen Louis-vill- o ever ho went Max wias always ready will be In St. Patrick's Cathedral, a ment's proposals seek .to continue added to the school, with tho best legislation'. Wo are, however, con lending tho country in automo- to defend the much criticised Key- and It is going to be a great event Lloyd George's Reply Xot Expected- and perpetuate. repre sanitary system known put in for vinced that such measures alone do Had th bile thefts, they have wen a county stone cops and said that they were for New York Catholics. sentatlves of the British dominions, the protection of the children. At not offer a real remedy for evils official quit under tho charge of dandy protectors, etc. Then comes Before tlio End of This at their recent conference, sought to St. John's the exhibition hall has existing and that by such frequent padded payrolls, police lieutenants the sad story. Saturday midnight OUR LABOR DAY. Week., bind by formula and centralize by been made into class rooms and appeals to the power of the Stato and captains indlctod for conniving Max was hold up while sitting in a machinery the union that now exists other improvements iriado that will the paths are leveled for the apwith bootleggers and gamblers, and coupe in front of the brilliantly The celebration of Labor day in between these States and Great Brit- servo until a new building may bo proach of a dangerous State pater- in fact they have seen an orgy of lighted Cortland Hotel on Fourth Louisville was perhaps the largest ain they would have disrupted their new school nnllsm. Crime nnd corruption during tlio en- avenue and cleaned out to his last and most enthusiastic ever seen LIMIT CAUSES AXGEK. (empire. Wisely for the empire they erected.willSt. Boniface's for a few In Its efforts at reconstruction the dime. It is also told thnt tlio bold here and reflects .credit upon the TIME not bo ready tire "reform" administration. house let very well be, But as we said at the outset, tho bandit forced a lady companion to uentrai Labor Assembly and the weeks yet. St. Vincent de Paul's Central Verein looks farther and sots "If Pitt had been as wise there has erected a new entrance from the Its plowsharo deeper than, does a. old shin "Reform" is fast going on surrender lier rings, which shono local trades unions. The parade would be no Irish problem today and street floor, and many others have superficial world. It alms 4o attack the rocks and things aro breaking brightly wliilo they were playing was- an imposing one. pervaded only n very badly for the The London Daily Mall's political Ireland would have been tmved a made changes to care for the in the evil at the root, and points out, "Iiamlt up, you lose." Max went by the American spirit, and As old Abe Lincoln said, post haste to the Keystone police to that this city is tree from showed correspondent at Inverness learns century and a quarter of misery and creased attendance expected, and a In its programmo that society can machine. in from the not be restored to health except a person in close touch with Great Britain a. century and a quar- number will have added iteachers. "You can fool all of the people some report 'his losses, and he was told fluence of the "ists and isms" that to the immutable princiof the time, and some of the people the usual old bunk: "Xow, don't jou are antagonistic to American ideas Premier Lloyd George that tho Sinn ter of shame. Pitt's work must be ples of Christianity. The materialscrapped and the debris cleared all of the time, but you can't rooi tell tho newspapers nnd we'll get and trades unions. Phoenix Hill Fein, leaders will be given SACRED CONCERT. istic spirit of ,tfoe ago, itself tho fruit all of the people alii of the time." everything bnck." Of course they Park was thronged and the picnic time limit in which to say definitely away to find a foundation for a real The Republican1 bosses have trie' didn't say when they would get them proved a happy and decided suc whether they will enter a confer- and natural union between Ireland The magnificent pipe organ just of .society's denial of these principles along with its own dangerous offdesperately to stem tho tide, but back, and will have a good alibi cess. Frank Morrison's address was ence on. the basis lalddown in tho and Great Britain. Wo are strug- installed in tho Church of the Holy gling to get to that foundation. Wo Name, Third and O streets, wJll be spring, capitalism and soejalism trouble after trouble has iplled up after the November election (not a feature, and press and public ex- Government's offer. On the eve of a meeting of tho know exactly what we are doing, dedicated tomorrow evening with a must yield Its reign to another until Bosses Searcy and Matt Chil- having the power of arrest), but we pressed approval of his utterances. who desire to see Great sacred concert, in which some of the spirit. Man, not profit and capital, ton aro ready to throw up both are sorry to say this Republican A pleasing feature of this year's British Cabinet at Inverness to take and all hands and quit. Tho first real nominee Is not so loud in his praise celebration was tho printers' ban- action on the Irish problem, Eamonn Britain and (Ireland friends and at best musicians of the city will take must again be made the. center of the dissatisfaction of the Keystoncrs as before. trouble was part. Tho Rev. John T. O'Connor, social Interest. By accepting .these quet Sunday evening at the Tyler de Valera, the Irish Republican lead- peace will lend a helping hand." The British Cabinet has invited pastor of this church, has been beau- principles, by accepting the system among .the negro voters, the class Mpre police department bunk ex- Hotel in honor of Secretary Franks er, issued a statement to the press of solidarism wo profess, society will de Vdlera, Irish' that Searcy and Chilton always posed. Three long years ago Col. Morrison, of American Federa- In which, after reiterating Trfl1n.nd' Eamonnto send delegates Republican tifying the interior, which is now once more be able to gain health, to a eon almost finished, and a handsome incounted as being tho biggest asset. Lud Petty announced with much tion of Labor,the Is a member of raiment destro fvr neafft. rfwMarod leader, who strength and stability. tho Cabinet This vote was no trouble at nil, gusto and flourish that he was or- the Typographical Union, Don that peace never could bo founded forence with September 20,Ministers terior is the result. The new organ The accordmi Inverness wanting no offices and receiving ganizing a Keystone police band and Viaaice presided as toastmaster, and on is said to be the equal of any in gramme.promulgation of this proof reconstruction! has been none. The 0)01106. city and, county that rehearsals would begin immedi- the addresses of the guest of honor The newspapers' suggestion of im- ing to the Dally Mail's Inverness this section. employes rounded them up on reg ately. From time to time during and Wood Axton struck home. They position by Lloyd George of a time correspondent, who adds: "Only one Philjp Stark will be tho director, entrusted to our Central Bureau. But the istration and election day ana never these three lonjr years wx have been were friendly to the employers and limit has been received badly. Ar- condition is Imposed namely, the with Miss Alice Everin at the organ. essary bureau lacks the means necto secure wider recognition had to waste campaign arguments, regaled with a lot of .gush in the workers and abounded la ideas that thur Griffith and others resent any understanding that Ireland must re- Two organ solos will be rendered as the negroes voted the Republican machine Herald all about how the would promote harmony and "good attempt to force the pace. There main Within the empire." by Mrs. Fred Harig. The soloists for our programme. A fine resoluWord from Inverness that the will be Mrs. Frank Ryan, Miss Nell tion was adopted in San Antonio in ticket blindly. But a change has police band was practicing regular will among all peoples. is no sign, however, that the Sinn 1920 come this year to add to the bosses' ly in tho General council cnamDer. Fein leadera regard the position as British Cabinet had appointed a McBride, Mrs. Charles Edelen, Miss ating to endow the bureau- by crefund of .$250,000. Since troubles and despite tho attempt and Last Sundav we were told that the critical. The text of President do committee to deal with Eamonn de Lucy Mudd and Messrs. Edward then a ayear has passed INVITE THE PUBLIC. and but lit Valera's .Teply lends strength to the Wolfe, John Richards and Willim sneer of tho poor old macliino or- police band would lead the Labor Valera's Btaetment follows: in Dublin that the gan, tho Herald, the insurgents re- day parade and this aroused much Barry, with the choir taking the tle nas been done toward the realizaNext Tuesday night at Holy "It seems that it Is a grevious the fuse to be bluffed or coaxed. Ches. interest. But what a disappoint Rosary Auditorium, Fourth and sin these days to keep one's tiations will not be broken. Mem- - chorus parts. Very Rev. James P. tion ofmay plan. Wo fear further result disastrously for Searcy has used every means pos- ment. The much advertised police PaTk, there will be an open meeting eves open. Plain common sense is uo Vl " Cronin, V. G pastor of St. Patrick's delay "" """ vuuwuu. and Profess sible to stay the revolt. Prominent band was composed of six police,-fivof Robert Emmet Council of the sneered at as rhetoric and logic. Tho res,yx. confidence In the ultimate will deliver the address, and the the Central' Bureau must the Central strain jevery and declare that they do not recital wilt close with" benediction Vereln. Hence we olored preachers, leaders and busi- firemen and a few real musicians, American Association for the Rec- British imperial statesmen aro trying during tho present fiscal year effort ness men have been beat for and and the music, like the band, seemed ognition of the Irish Republic, to to sell Ireland second-rat- e i" of the Blessed Sacrament. political eyi- to accomplish tho task entrusted 'to promised anything or everything If sort of mixed, most of the Keystone which everyone interested in the Dispatches fron) Dublin Wednes-caus- e and are very angry be- -' us by the general conventions of the themselves explaining ATTENDANCE INCREASED. the colored voter will only Just bo musicians being handicapped by not Irish situation is Invited. There will we do not acceDt the butter yday busied Central Vereini, the one held at San good this year of all years. being able to stop and pat their fefct be some spirited talks by able speak- label they put oa 4t and believe all that Eamonn do vaiera's staxemenu Returns provided by tho pastors Antonio as well as the one recently There are two causes for the dis- to keep time as they did at tho old ers and a pleasing entertainment Uh advertising stun they have had to tne press luesaay was imenueu Catholic parochial held at Fort Wnyno. Our endeavors satisfaction of tho colored Repub country dances back hum. The old programme. Rev. John. O Connor, printed about tt. If it were Teal to remove tho Idea from the minds of the thirty-nin- e licans, and the first can be charged boys will be in their glory this com- the President, has received the lat butter it would not need all this of British Government officials that schools of Louisville show that thero and their fruite will provo whethp'r to the mistake of tho ing week, however. The Stato Fair est reliable news from Ireland, adveatleement. The Irish people he was Insisting on recognition of is a marked increase in attendance or not the members of tiie Central machine bosses. The bosses scorned is on, conducted by the Republican which will, be given out at this me- - know that the article pointed out'in an, Irish republic as a preliminary over lajt year. St, XavJer's College Verein fully appreciate their Central raising; uie the peaceable or law abiding colored Secretary and opened by Neutzel, the ing. the shop as tho article being sold is to a conference. According to cor- reports the largest initial enrollment Bureau. The the near of funds w;Ill future. Let in its history. There wore 550 pu- bo begun In .voter and Harvey Burns, tlio colored Republican County Clerk, tomorrow. very unlikely to be the arttclo that Westminster Gazette's Dublin, meaning of pils in attendance at the opening us remember that the Central Verofficial city undertaker, was made Pink lemonade, bananora and some finally reach them. Ireaand respondent the real FOR RALLY. will BEADY assisted in securing the exKing of the negro KcpuDicans, anu golderned good shows on the Midwants butter and the Irish people President de Valera's statement was session, and this indicates, it is said eln has of a Saloslanunirf a Leo thinking that if the Irish, delegates were al by members of tho faculty, that istence It is said that no gambling gamp way. Oh, you Keystoner. A11 arrangements have been made will not be deiceived into vas allowed, no soft (7) drink stand of more House, a Josophinum and Blmilar for the monster rally and picnic to they have ot it until they see it lowed to enter the conference un- - there will be on attendonco year. institutions. Realizing thjs fact, we AS BISHOP. TtH k.'d unless King Harvey granieu trammejed they were prepared to than 600 during tho coming HAILED English be given ihis evening by the Demo- actually delivered. are all the more convinced that 'it Kg royal permission. To add insult cratic Federation at Phoenix Hill press asks, 'Have we a will to give evory guarantee to the British wjll live up to itB traditions in asWOMEN'S COUNCIL. Injury it was given put tnat wo The Right Rov. Msgr. John J. Every Democrat In the city peace?' Yes, we have and an ar- represen fcatl ves. suring the permanence of its own said they Dunn, tho new Auxiliary Bishop of Park.county should attend this gath- dent desire. It is for that very reabosses "A free gift from a free people," and Delegates from every State in the Central Bureau. luldn't give a. rap for all the ed New" York, Is a native of New 'York ering. A parade will precede the son that we refuse to see things assorts the correspondent, "is really This year 1921 'to 1922--w- lll ited, or peaceable colored voters City. He was born in St, Gabriel picnic. Tt will form at 2 o'clock at as other than they are. Peace will what President de Valera. Is aiming Union are expected to, attend the forthcoming national convention of test the mettle of oUr members', lioul&villei, and they only cared to parish and received his primary ed- Eighth and Jefferson streets and never be founded on at." business with the Km"K an1 ucation in the parish school and the line of march will be: South on Let "us tear eelde th caimouflage Other Dublin dispatches record a the National Conucll of Catholic And as I know our members, both, feeling' of optimism and a disposi- Women, which will be heldi in men, and women, they will etaad I negro who would wHHngly ro-- St. Francis Collgge. He also at- Eighth, to Broadwaj, (o First, to and put away th hypocrisy, ibn election uay. tdis seuxr- - tended St. Charles College, Elliott Jefferson, tc Sixth, to Market, to 'If England Is issuing an ultima- tion! to Interpret Do Valera's state- Washington October 12, 13 aud 14. the test. This trial will prove, aaew has rapidly spread among the City. "Mo prepared for the priest- Clay, to Jeffcrsos, and to Phoenix tum, let le be an ultimatum. Brute ment, which caueed much perplex- Headquarters for the convention that the American Catholics of Geraccording to Miss 'Agnes Regan, ex man descenb are ser lonely seekis ldmg colored people una they hood at St. Joseph. Seminary, Troy, Hill Tirk and Himbaetted, has ity, as a peace signal. force, Mtked ecutive secretary, will be estab- io do their share In promoting ow 1 it. The bringing out of a N. Y., where he was ordained' by besnwW nations believed in Sinn been used It apparently candidates' ticket has bee ArrhhlRhnn Corrlsran .in 1895. It Hotel, and the country's weal. Knowip'r ehtJn he, SESHNARY SITE PURCHASE. fore. Our nation he known it for Fein4 quarters tht it the British lished in true, and confident tht' 1' mayi aV salt, end that spetos defeat for was through the Influence of th long, Even our little children have Cabtaet invites the Sinn Fein to a, sessions win qe uem in mo assem- pend on the men and women'' of the. uctsei in jvorem- - late Cardinal Farley that ne enBishop Gannon has acquired ten experienced (It and no pretense will conference ttoe iavltation. will be bly rpom. of that hlstorlo hostelry. Oeatral Verei, I see uie the, effte. Mthout the unitea coioceu tered the priesthood and h has al- acres in Khakwa Park, west tit the fckte the threat of force. It fe beet accepted. Moreover, it is tboHght entrusted' Ao me wih: oorjie. d feo Republican ticket is bepe- - ways .been called one of "the CarBELONGS IN GEORGIA. city Of Erie, an the tit for a reeogalaed for whet It ic England that a few hours' frank discussion hope ta ,God Thu cen vie foil, will Bcieated ana. the two reeeone dinal's boys." Btahop Dunn is of exchange girlg' seminary. ' The pure bam price hes no beei in right for a (tingle in. conference, Got- - MdCray, of the Hoosler State, N strive ,o tk "justice to vears old'and has bro Chan of the tiwet w above King Hrvey Brn $23,000. and the one of the demands she is making of letter, would serve to clear the Is to be commended for his denun- enabloTne ' ' my ofee. insult, to the cellor of the Archajocette of New cost of the Mte would not dare whole, atmosphere. ffaoup of buildings on Ireland. 'a .. v' , r ciation of the Kh Klux Kla. The n i York ror evn. approximate make them to a Bower even erly ,to be erected will Governor openly says no sueh or' oxb mrmw day,- - , . . 'with the dWeaiktaetton of been for tOi past ftfHwa year New $6,69, The its' is aa ideml one. as strong as herself. They N. C. OF C. M. ganisation ought ta be permitted to UM faetiowU York director of the Society for the and a toetltutlon eeeona to Bene to' m mhmpmr pOKM'tt hi Mt Orewt toes come exist in Indian. It belongs dews .The Hit ofaetrre j th ITaHh, and ta; the PwPMHon of imt) u Con Brttrti tt wwm:wag to Mil thin ia Georgia, and similar highly de- the United KutUuif; deetroer?f iAliiaii VmImI teiale Joe Krtww, PrweMent; credited TrtttriMtYtar ndeed more tjai!l4e. ' that then Mi TMMMft V ww far eetotl8Bg ,fcy the Mast er. Jeba' Bb- - veloped eedliou. eae lor every 7 ia e nWi'1 H!rtiiB!iBBBg!!,' " KHSy ILLE, lUTpkDjIkYJSIPTEMBER 10, 1921. H PRICE FIVE CENTS. "REFORM" URGENT 4i, BSh I Ed' re fffflBtiF5irBf,gaBltMilHFFTJ Je' MT -- - ! " i Searcy-Chilto- Arcb-dlocesoa- TflHrniBlflffrffilffilP le-partiiient i 5 vBrnrgr3!fflSwSl gibbet T Lj MMil I lilB hJMMttW mm m&t rl M 'mu Iff Searcy-Chilto- J h, 1 I- -, .,.. i, ' -- - -, -- .. .," .? i. , . , it . ,,.TT T. mm.,. . I., J7T.. Searcy-Chilto- IRELAND . 4 - Inter-Souther- n y- T sss Searcy-Chilto- - L - Seancy-cmuo- -- I make-belie- ve - nefeo-litlc- al e '' f niuu"t'-margarin- e Searcy-Chilto- n 1 aMrv-CMlta- ni nwke-beilov- e. t x aglit rd lircy-UUMiit- on flfty--Dn- e ww-iiui- a l yr. rt letd "-' . ., ers-med- e VtybUJ. .4 ctry nui " ' Kt H ii ua o 4 .' r' J" r c t.ivrjT.ri J "W .&.. i&fc. '. J .J&i' " jtciEftNXJOKTsr KENTUCKY IRISH Bvtl to fe OffiaUlly SocW and Motal Advinoemeat xrexX jmd&jrxoais: REDUCED PRICES ON REPAIRING SCIIOOI OIHLDREN'3 SHOES AND WITH A- -l GOOD LEATER SOMETIHNG THAT WILL WEAR WELL. WHO DOES TIHS? flMHBGfflt ol Ifbh AmerlciM HISTORIC PUBLIC SESSION OF DAIL E1RANN JN DUBLIN. hciisesiBais PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ud Cthtte Publishers SPEOIAI Out-of-To- J Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonne Men's Institute and Catholic Knightsof America. hcatfatttd. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., WJBSCR1PTI0N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SlNQLECOPYSc Entered at the Loultrllla Poitolllco at Second. Clan Matter. Mw An CoMwrfcallfiBJ to Uw KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wt Uhrty StraaL "HE MAKES THEM GOOD AS NEW' At 015 S. Fourth Ave., Bet. Chestnut and Broadway TRY IHS WORK Will Call For and Deliver Homo Phono, City 231 Work Promptly Looked After WHERE? TARK MALT-AD- E IrwJ COJlNcjfo LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921 mobs, encouraged by special police. iM i .BVT i V l.Jt ' J.My'QCiQiMPaH amJ f .W t. Jfa. J j. jm flbe4.4axo3iLi7tHUV ESI'llKlMBaDlH'TBwWiC rj 1 frag The Famous ''Bayer" Brand MAKE YOUR OWN INJUSTICE TO COMMODORE. efforts are being made-thave the name of Commodore John Barry inscribed on the Arlington Memorial ATch with those of. other distinguished naval officers. According to Secretary Denby, the Navy Department was asked to furnish the names of fourteen officers whose services entitled thorn to this recognition by their country. The eelectlon was made by the General Board of 'the Navy, which entirely ignored the claims of Barry. Why? George Washington recognized these claims when, peace ihaving been and the United States Nevy permanently organized by act of Barry by Congress, he rewarded making him ranking officer of that aavy. Prom that time until the day in 190C when another act of Congress appropriated $50,000 for cho erection of a monument to the lighting Commodore in a Washington park, question of the nation's debt to John Barry had never risen. But a. prophet ds not without honor save in his own country and in his own house, and ,the Navy Department, which finds room for Sahip-o- n among the fourteen, will have none of Jack Barry. The inscriptions on the Arlington Amphitheater havo not yet been cut. There is Hill time to let Senators and Representatives know that If the Navy Department would stultify Itself, taxpayers who support tho navy refuse to carry the stfcin' of rank in gratitude, Renewed de-rlar- ed Whenever an Orangeman In Belfast imbibes too freely he starts out to murder his Catholic neighbors. And Then wo get reports about "rioting in Belfast." at Kentucky's' Favorite Beverage $1.00 COMPLETE SET. FOR SALE BY PROBE- TILE KLAN. - Probe of the Ku Klux Klan. is g conducted by the United States Government, under direction of Attorney General Harry M. Daugh-ertIf the probe is carried far enough It will uncover a new A. P. Here is the first photograph re- A. organization working for the po- ceived in this country of the historic Dall EIreann litical advantage of a few "highbr-ups- " public session ofMansion House held on in the Dublin In tho society and for promoting the financial well being of the C03HNa EVENTS. few who take In the initiation fees. The organization will bear watching Sept. 11. Picnic of Division 4, for the two or three years that it A. O. H., at Summers' Park. September 2S Willing Workers' will last. Club social games, at 115 West Broadway. AGREED. be-my. Louisville 510 W. chair while presiding. In the roped right are dlstln- bectlon on the guished visitors, including members of the American delegation August 16. The Sinn Fein reply to Premier Lloyd George was consid- ered !fc a private session. Eamonn de Valera is shown seated in a large Malt-Ad- e Company v imsmmiJMmmmmxmmm Walnut, National Theater Building Open Saturday Nights Until 9 O'clock. Open at Night During the State Fair. Mail orders filled when accompanied by remittance. Agents Wanted. ASK YOUR GROCER Phono City 095. GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL ST. the city. HELENA'S A BUSINESS. SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Ask our graduates. You will find thorn in the big business houses ot School Is in progress. Students may enter any day. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBBR 5 KREAM LOUISVILLE FRYDKAKES CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated Miss Rose Cuntff spent last week A select boarding and day school for girls comprising academic, Perhaps after all It was Just as in Shelbyvllle, the guest of Miss preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art, Evelyn Johnston. airship music, elocution and language. Affiliated with tho Catholic University, well that the English-bui- lt Cleveland, Miss blew up in England. Goodness Ohio, isOlive Sullivan, ofMiss Sarah Washington, D. C. Accredited to tho Kentucky State University. Pof tho guest of information apply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, knows what she might have dono to Compton, Parkland. 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. us if wo over got into a scrap with Mrs. Will Alvot, Parkview, has reJapan. The Indiana Catholic points turned from a visit rto Mrs. Ivo TO BE AN EXPERT out ithat the moral is build for Grant at Owensboro. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Laverty and America in America. Made from Choicest Hops, Malt and daughter have been spending a(few 0Xy-6ETYLENdays at Hardin Springs. E other Cereals by the old, reliable Fehr v The labor question will always be Misses Elizabeth and Lillian Keata moral and a religious one. ing are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John TEMPERANCE. method. GOOD POSITIONS-GOO- D PAY. Hencethe right of the church to Qulrko in Elmlra, N. Y. "Wo Train You Quickly and Thoroughly In Our Shops. Miss Kajtherine Sullivan, of VerTemperance is a cardinal virtue expound and the duty of capital and (moderasailles, spent the week here visiting , New Class Starts Monday, September 12. primarily concerned with labor to heed Its admonitions. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rivers. tion in sense enjoyments. In its To bo assured a place in this clnss, call or write immediately. Frank Rossell, formerly with the September Is tho month of the wider sense, howeevr. it comprises Telephone City 1)121, Mniu21. city engineering department, now .of moderation; and he Queen of Martyrs. every kind of New York City, is here on a visit. possesses the cardinal virtue of temMisses Annie May and Mary MAIN--467....- CITY HERALD'S COMMENT. with Mr. Everm spent the week-en- d perance in its completeness who Is Lexand Mrs. Charles O. Wood in a master in those other kinds of THIRD AND BROADWAY. The Louisville Horajd editorially ington. moderation as well. Just before comments on Belfast and its lone Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. Sullivan anwriting these lines the Congress of hand and says: nounce tho marriage of their daughINCORPORATED the United States was endeavoring "The condition of things in Bel- ter, Frances Sullivan,v to Paul R. agreement about the fast, the great industrial center of Murphy. to come to an KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, Misses Margaret and Nell Carroll, W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. enforcement of prohibition. As long Ulster and the seat of the- most deavenue, entertained the to anj- rule that Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. as we have a constitutional amend- termined opposition Oninge lodges In of Griffiths Altar Society ot St. Cecilia' church HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY effect, every loyal cit- does not leave the ment to that control. Is significant. There is no last week. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET be in question izen of the United States must but that these outrages are Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Hendricks BAKED DAILY prohideliberately planned t provoke a and' Mr. and Mrs. Cyril A. Scliaeter favor of the enforcement of Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. ef- breach of the armistice and to sug- havo returned from a sojourn at bition. At tho same time this Phone Ciiy 4503 Phono City 4C93 gest a "breakdown of the good unSprings. fort in behalf of restricting harm- derstanding tho compliance with 'French LickMrs. E. J. Klrwan and C07 WEST BROADWAY Mr. and Homo Phone City 1843 ful sense enjoyments must not be which has been one of the outstand- t'ons. Emmett and' Joe Klrwan, were inWRITE FOR OUR PLAN ing marvels of the situation. Thai puests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. allowed to degenerate into an West 1175 Shawnee 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager able temperance of another kind. Un- the Sinn Fein leaders should be trib- J. A. Hordt, Pewee Valley. Retail Yards agents have to exert authority so well is a fortunately prohibition Miss Emma Hagan, ot New ute and an object lesson not to be OLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY. In the past been led, by intemperate misunderstood. At live same time it Haven, has been spending tho week s. The does not suit the lawless element in here as the guest of her sisters, Incorporated zeal, to become Hagan. GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. offensive Misses Ruby and Mabel BLUE OE3I EASTERN KENTUCKY Innocent have not been immune Belfast, and especially is it ever Sir has returned Fourth Floor M J. McDermott molesta- to those who fear that, it FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL 423 South Fourth Street unwarranted from their James Craig and De Valera get to- home from Sts. Mary and Elizabeth! Mines: Ilinin, Clay County, Ky. Yards: 29th and Cleveland Avo. tions. If there is anything that of gether, Belfast' would cease to be Hospital, and Is now showing rapid must mako prohibi- a capital- city dn the parliamentary Improvement in his recovery. Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and (R1 Its very nature AmerThose Ulster John M. Hennessy is trying out sense of the words. tion odlous-t- o Oldest Bank in the State. called by the voice on a now audience is this trespassing on the loyalists seem to bewhom do they his tenorgirl having Just arrived at icans wrong name. To a little sacredness of the homo. It is Imagine they are loyal when they in- his home on 9herwood avenue. Certainly therefore to be hoped that tho final dulge in street fighting? 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Noland and Clay and Fulton Streets. shape of the prohibition law will not to the English Crown which, daughter, Miss Florence Noland, of is usklng'tbat St. Matthews, spent a delightful FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. leave tho American home intact, and at tho very same time, High Grade Conl nt the very lowest prices. Give us n trial. be observed in good week with her uncle. Father Zoeller. put it in safety 'against the grlgand-ag- o an armistice City 448tt; Main 1058 ratth and seeking to come to an acMr. and Mrs. Peter B. Sanl and Home PhoneMCIty 2589 of such as would break Into its commodation wlWi De Valera. Cer- nieces, Misses Valla Obermeier and Cumb. Phono, Main 9445 precincts without a warrant from tainly not to the 'Ulster Parliament, Madlyn Valla Kelly spent n pleasant THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING C. B. CO. which can not wisn to see ua uu- week at Shelbyvllle, wnere mey mopublic authority. own home, YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE TiorHx' flaunted In Its CARRY FULL LINE OF ARTISTS' MATERIALS to attend the fair. that their loyalty tored It must be then sort and that they Miss Aleen McDevitt entertained a Including 'White China, Parclunent Lamp Shudes, Hasburg's Rohinn Gold, POWER TOO GREAT. CIGAR s of an excessive Monday Paints and Brushes Lessons in China given both Day and Night tnan me iving, party ot her schoolmates PIIONE CITY 8232 440 SOUTH TTFTII STREET against conferring are - more Royalists than the Parlla- evening in honor ot Miss Birdie ' The sentiment tnFiring Dnlly nnrllsimentarv Fischer, who is here on a visit from 319 WEST BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE upon Secretary Mellon full power to muni m nil ennrprned only In the Tulsa, Okla. JEFFERSON STREET ROOM 200 TY.LER BUILDING lodges Do which refund- - and compound our foreign prosperity of those an oath which, Nally had Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand they have taken loans Is becoming stronger as the whatever they may hold to the con as visitors the past week Mrs. ClarSoft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City OIJBC:tV AJCI, real purpose of the move becomes trary, does not absolve mem imm ence Nally and Miss Emma Nally, -Is danger that all others. Lord Mayor con- Mr. Nally'6 mother and sister of New Tho apparent. Yet there He Haven. Congress may pass the Penrose bill fesses that he is powerless.' fjn" mUitiirv- aid. That Is ah en Misses Sallle Roberta Thompson 2106 PORTLAND AVE. the Treasgiving tho Secretary of CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS lightening comment on one phase of and Slmone Oglesby Thompson, of ury that nower. Every advocate of the Irish question. Ransom D op in and Get Acquainted City 337 and 355 Prestonia, visited Lieut. PHONES Main 9102 Phone Shawnee 1416 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY the bill sliould bo watched, closely Friends of Ireland should mem-r.,-- 1 and Mrs. Ronsqm at Camp Henry "Put Our Drug Storo Back of Your Proscription" hm ftip.bi for use against the Knox this week. and called to account for his con JT'S A Lewis A. Stoy. New Mr. British propaganda that is being duct. We are passing now tlvrough BiJread through tho subsidized press Albany,and Mrs. . announce the engagement EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING a period of financial depression of this country, Miss Mary of their daughter, Mulllneaux. Stoy, The. CO. which calls for economy and good fo Thomas L. H. wedding will take place in October. statesmanship to bring the country CARUSO'S MOTHER IRISH. ., Incorporated ' Mr. and Mrs. Dan. GUI and little through without disaster. Yet we says MAIN 3661J SERVICE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT The Dublin Weekly Freeman great daughter Dorothy, 110 East Burnett CITY 688 ten are calmly asked to condone mother of Caruso, the street, left Sunday to spend two Maker of High Class Ladles and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices owed us by Euro- that the billions that are tenor, who died recently was Irish, weeks visiting relatives in Chicago. 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON CITY 994 pean countries because they can't born dn the County SUgo, her maid- They were accompanied by their H. we cancel their en, name being Jessie Donoghue. Her aunt, Mrs. Reusing. trade with us unless daughAnnie married a sea captain Mrs. Harry T. Fischer and FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS ton, ot Bardatown, arrived Sunday debts. They will then ask us to Ulster Lawrence Oltourke. And in AMERICAN DELEGATES. named TMrdle. who have been hero on to visit Mr. Meehan's parents, Mir. cancel our trade debts. Vary sim- Scotland Caruso had himself pho- ter ALSO HOT AND COLD LUN1 SOFT DRINK STAND a visit! as the guests ot the Misses Dr. Felix Caudln, of New Orleans, tographed with Joseph O'Rourke, Finegan, Sixth street, will leave to and Mrs. W. T. Meeban. They have ple. THE JBEST IN, THE CITY McDormotts Join Mr. Fischer tomorrow at Tulsa, almost entirely recovered front the Supreme President ot the Catholic tho captain's son. The through hurts sustained la the automobile Knights of America and aw officer CITY 3328 the Okla., where they now reside. DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TO J are related to Caruso RIOTING IN BELFAST. fatality-- last week at Bardstown. Donoghues, and Mary McDermott, of-tHoly Nairt Union Jn that city, oeuo. New Albany. nvriiw Marv A very pretty wedding was solaged twelve, now studying dn the evening of the First reports cleverly disorders in Convent of Mercy at Strabane, is a entertained at dinner Friday awareo. emnised with nuptial mass Thurs- and Anthony Mfetre, IC. S. B of Chimanipulated of her cousin, DAVIS & day niornkig at St. Roalflace churoh, cago, Chairman of the Lecture BuBelfast were remarkable musician. Editor Bris- in honor Her guest in to give the impression that attacks bane, of the New York American, riiiA nf Chlcazo. Lwls, Mr. and when Mies Louise Wiegand became reau of the ATchdlocesan Holy Name DRUGS cluded Miss Helen. Hoffman. Fol- Union, havo been the bride were being made by Sinn. Feta in discussing carusos insn uiuuu, Mrs. Earl Aker. Angola, ma.; lowing theof Lpute P.the bridal party Franciscan provincesselected by the ceremony of theUnlted EVERYTIHNG THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD follow- says it is not surprising to discover Sbont, Gordon Walts, were entertained forces upon the at a wedding States to represent the Third Order Irish are everywhere. Messrs. Paul IN STOOKPRESORDTTIONS A SPECIALTY this, er of Craig and Carson. We knew Irish as the are on South American Roberts Oates, of Lexington. breakfast jat the home of Mr. and of St. Francki of thle country at the names .King, Sr., Mrs. John Wiegand, parents of the great congress to be held at Assis! S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS were noth- battleships. Irish bones are under riot Mr- - and Mrs. Jerome that the marriage ot thetr atthis The event Home Phone, Shawnee 550 ing more nor lew than, attacks by the sod or every baduefleld wliere announce theaccomplished daughter, bride. The happy oouple will reside Italy, be a Septerrfber. will on Christy avenue. commemoration of the flatting. And 'now tractive and nnnn Jtulr ihr waa rood Leo 700th anniversary ot the founding Miss Mary BHzabeth King, to of t'he Third Order otiSt. Francis of RETURN OP PASTOR Austin Colter, of Chicago, on August' COAL & ICE CO. Aselsl. Both have vteited this cHy Mr. and Mrs. 'ColUr left toi Ireland, once roamed 31. eat ot the Mancnesterhnftiad lin Manufacturers of The Rev, Dlomede Pohlkamp, O, and have many friends here who He de-- everywhere, aU along the Balkana after the ceremony tor mm mit with .the truth. wake their F. M., pastor ot St. Joseph's oaurch, will he pleasedto learn ot the great Greece. Spain and Chicago, where they gerfeed the "rioting" a tt raauy and down rntoPatrlck-PatrteCONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASESj Dr. who has beea in the South and Wet honor conferred on them. was home. , Italy. Saint. of ri - Meebao, of ter ora a. moatk giving wU attend- Gaudln da an earnest supporter of vrts gwbct: (Mr. and Mre. BarrjFACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BHRRY BOV prebably ot Roman hlood, aad for Norfolk-- , who have beea visiting Mr. ed and gratifying retreats, returned the, Kentucky Irish Amef&an and aMl oa Catholic pedea-trta- Caruse' mother to he Irten PHNH6 Parkway 485;' South 1437-Titf- - to LoulertMe week. Catholic press. by the John J, raardW I Mwakaa' father, a. Frank Morrison, Secretary of the American Federation, and John D. Rockefeller are agreed and ring true when ithey say: "Surely It 13 not consistent for us as Americans Mis& Irene Stack to demand democracy dn government and practice autocracy in industry." atives' ut BJoomfield. SOGIETY. Is ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 025 S. FOURTH AVE. rel- That Good Old' TIIONE CITY 5032 LOUISVILLE, ICY. visiting Boarding and Day School For Girls. FEHR'SX.L. exhilarating qualities. Served Everywhere Is back again with all of its former punch and WORKER Order a Case Sent Home CONSUMERS' COMPANY Y. M. C. A. AUTO SCHOOL CENTRAL i Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' KORTZ'S BAKERY Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home house-breakor- - q Clf I.lVS National BanK of Kentucky NEViAN ART COAL CO. NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. FIFTH AVENUE STORE - - n- -i, ...KXXOY IJSJG CO... Ijrei03rlj3tioii. Speolallsts NIGHT JAJMC RBARDON "STAR? TIRE LEVY MERCHANT TAILOR -- TULLY he mj GREENUP law-abidi- ng ed .l,nJ a. SSi aA dHen& flfti-hoM- uawaa as S3Z?Srv?2&Mi us tly ENTERPRISE wl natural, Je lat i M V '. jKB3vartJOBr5r I iSE X JdCKKIOwxv.. Kaa Phone, City 4300 A fSw J X MENS FURNISHINGS i FIRE. WEST END SCREEN WORKS Alterations, Repairing, Jobbing and Store Fixtures llione4City 1840. SHINGLES " LOUISVILLE, JOIIN WEISS, BUIIiDEB AND MAHAGEB 1 17 N. Fourth St. 7 VTHES FLOORING AL L a. BreokUrldr! Branca Tor naa MaF& Rwltek, 411 to 410 I.r Buy St. Bernard Coal PHONES 932 Flexner Building, 412 .West Chestnut Street BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME THROUGH OUR Camb. Phone, Mala J588-The general Intention recommene-eby Pope Benffedlco XV. for mem- Joseph ilubbuch Sr. & Son bers of tho League of the Sacred Heart during tho month of Dealers In is foreign missions. In recommending to tho prayers Of the ,WALL PAPER AND BUGS Associates of the Apostleship of FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., Prayer the Interests of the Catholic 6 1 WBST MARKET ST. foreign missions our Holy Father us what bo vrould Impress upon urged In h!s apostolic letter of November 30, 1911T, written to tho JOHN B. RATTERMAN Bishops of the Catfibllc world. Christ's command to teach all naFUNERAL DIRECTOR tions was not limited to apostolic KY. In all ages of the church 2114 WEST MARKET STREET days. missionaries have gone forth from Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland TORNADO CflSUflLTY BONDS home and native land to bring the s Vst 1 179. taith to those who were In tho of paganism. We ourselves TIOPhoBeB Safn possess the blessing of being members of the Catfiollc Church because Gratl-tud- o of former missionary zeal. should "prompt us to take a STEBLER, deep 'interest In helping to bring Funeral Directors spiritual happiness to those who as INTERURBAN rot do not know Christ and his Embalmers. must be church. The missions helped. Priests, brothers and sisters CAFE Telephone 1022 are needed. Million of souls stretch forth their hands pleading Cor some- OOO EC. v 317 one to teach them the truths of salWill you answer the call? vation. West Liberty Could you not bo a missionary? If BETTER SHOES FOR rou can not gof thenat least you LESS MONEY ;an help our missionaries financially Next To by your prayers' Put a Jnd bank In your home and fre- SPALDING SHOE CO. Interurban quently put into it for the missions Station the price of some pleasure given up Out of the High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. for God's Interests. Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock d er SEPTEMBER INTENTION. CITY WWWffl J20W.HL-TNlrt.-- main r IOUUVIU&KY. 126-113- REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPKOIAIPY , OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE dark-rjes- Women'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 for cash, small overhead, small margin and utmost value. S Prop. H.B0SSES0N and CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED OUTLET 029 WEST JEFFERSON STREET BROADWv ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Thnt Axo Comfortable, Light and Durable. THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. LoulsvlUo National Bank Building, former Walker Bhlg. self-deni- al COAL REDUCED - - - SEPT. DELIVERY Sft.'Ht 97.OO Hemstitching DOMINICANS IN IRELAND. Buttons Russell 307-- 8 Pleating Service Shoppe EASY PAYMENT PLAN Don't put off papering your home because of the lack of ready cash. Wo will paper your homo for you on credit on payments to suit your Income. We have a larger display of GUARANTEED WALL PAPERS than any other store In Louisville. We sell more paper than any other store and are able to quote the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Wall Paper, ONE CENT PER ROLL AND UP. Braiding Beading Beaked Bags Repaired XoIHa SEH Boston Building Russell, Manager. R. 802-- 8 KORB DESIGNER & SON EAST MARKET STREET, ABOVE SHELBY CHAS. J. MERIWETHER AND BUILDER FOR MONHY. Loans te those having regular or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. 3. POOLEY, Building, Seam 1, Courier-Journ410 8. Fourth Street. POOLEY al ARTISTIC HOMES Main 346 X. A. 3Erpp GhSM. B. Xrapp Home Phone, Cltr 7005 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 ERAPP'S MEAT MARKET bbev, rexx, Wholesale and Retail 804 EAST MARKET STREET ABOVE SHELBY normn;! fVITiirlAV Arnhhtshon aho Chas. Leber "NONESUCH" day Leber of Cashel, the cause of whose beati All JOadi of moktd Xtate fication was comparatively recently Moal, SOI EAST JEFFERSON STREET Grits, Hominy, .Corn Flour, t'nvAatlirnfori iln llninft. nntlp.ntlv bore DRUG COMPANY Dairy, Hpg and Poultry Feeds Incorporated the corrosive plasters laid on his 847-INTERIOR DECORATORS City 4597 South flesh borore ne was pui w uoaui. FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS HOflE PHONE, CITE 2700 Job Work Promptly Attended To . Richard Barry, Prior of Cashel, 300 NORTON BUILDING City 3069;Soutn 1265 nf ,nnri llltnrtv at the nrlce 3104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOlt AND BERItY BOULEVARDS LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY LEO H. of divesting himself of his religiousYour Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated garb. Lawrence u farreii. oi ivongH. A. DOLL PARK 500 Designer and Builder of Frti-PARK 26! HPnffold. lifted tionnlnff rn ho DRUG COMPANY his rosary beads In triumph dn the CONCRETE WORK SOUTH 0122 SEVENTH AND BROADWAY CITY 2324 Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To Plans and Estimates Cheerfully air. And the rosary la still the fa West 9200 CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER in Ireland. vBjjb Tlio QAvonfh rivnfernnrv anniver JOHN B. WATHEN sary of St. Domlinlc was the occasion ruiiNrruiui Movora and of special religious celebrations at PACKING the Dominican churches In Ireland. church, Domtalck In St. Kavler's. WO Booth Twesty-Slrs-k M, street, Dublin, there was a trlduum, ahawnee 198S Waat 184 at which the discourses were de LONG DISTANOB HAUXINC livered by Father O'Karren, u. r., Father O'Neill, O. P., and Father f .nii to T?i"n r P. Th K1I( of the Both Phones 2406 nalnt, which had been exposed for veneration, was carried In procession REUTLINGER & CO. after benediction each evening. Not only was .this tho seventh centenary Adolph RoBtllnger of St. Dominic's death but It also centenary or approaches the seventh FIEE INSURANCE the Introduction of the Dominicans TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Into Ireland. One of the brethren PLATE GLASS who witnessed the miracle of the loaves In the refectory of St. Sixtus 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET in TJimo tns snli! Fither Carr. an Irishman who three years after St. LOUISVILLE CEREAL MULL CO. Dominic's ueatn, came 10 ireianu, Incorporated lirfciirlnir snniA nt tho hrothren with him. The Dominicans In the penal Manufacturers of the Celebrated Brand faith In all Its fervor dn this coun- tmr Wilton Jcllico Lump ......S8.25 Harlan Lump 88.25 iiuzaru iimnp 9.; 26 cents per ton less than above eled off. West Vlrclnia Lnmn Taylorf Lump west Kentucky Lump prices it coal Is dumped $7.00 not shov- Byrne Speed Coal Corporation BUY NOW Both Phone 315. 315 Guthrie Street. WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM ?3 TO 50 PER CENT. Because we secured such favorable concessions on this lot of PaDera 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 m PROM PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers 1 CENT TO $1.00 R. KORB & SON LEBER BROTHERS OAKDALE W re-fi.c- WEBER McDANIEL HOPBRN HOMES Furnished PHONES C. PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST QUALITY OF DRUG STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE vorite devotion JUSTICE Delegates rural 12 IB SOUTH PRESTON STREET FOR IRELAND. of the National Fra- 621-G2- 3 BAXTER AVENUE ARTHUR TWENTY-SIXTH WOERTZ Elthor Phone GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY ANDREW CUT RATE DRUGGIST AND MARKET STREETS LOWEST PRICES CIY 680G EILER BROS. To and in Men's and Boys' "In the .permanent Interest of jus- Repair Work Promptly Attended Manufacturer of Ford Com1009 MARY STREET mhiw siuUpii tice, fraternity and humanity, and DEAI.EB3 IK AI.I, KINDS OF dalCars. 2d and Liberty Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Etc., at Lowest Prices. Phone City 6708 for the future welfare of all nations SECOND-HAN' AND TIGHT AND SLACK and peoplest we express the deep Home Phono City 3050 KY. HASSLER SALES CO. and sincere hope that the negotiaBARRELS AND KEGS Maple Garden City 2712 Phoucs Main 3473 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. tions now pending between Great UNDERBILL STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Britain and Ireland will result In a Eighteenth and Bernheim Lane epeedy, reasonable and permanent Highland 72 adiustment." East 572 0. K. Extending to the people of Ireland METAL WORKS FLY SCREENS our sincere congratulations upon Incorporated FRED SCHICK, Prop. you have bottles to sell see us. When you want to buy bottles we METAL WEATHER STRIPS When the sublime fortitude and (herotem GALVANIZED, IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS liave a large stock pf all kinds. which they have displayed in their battle for llbertv and Independence, HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING REPAHHNG OF AT.T. KINDS ADAMS & 8ALLWEY the Catholic Order of Foresters' fur' 020-62- 8 ther ray: Fchr Avenue 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. City 8714 CITY 1705 All Kinds of Footwear For tho "No lover of human liberty can 073 BAXTER AVENUE ' Wholo Family conscientiously withhold from the -KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Irish people In their struggles his NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. A. L. G U N N Two HAMBLY'S Stores W SOth and Portland Incorporated O. E. Davis sympathy and moral support, Blackburn L. P. Shaw, 1710 believe that the neop'te of Ireland BAKER AND CONFECTIONER City 7104 18th and Magazine entitled to establish a BLACKBURN & DAVIS are morally of their own choice, free government CREAM PLUMBING AND HEATING and Independent. As loyal Amer- Borne Phone, City 7801 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING icans we request that the best efLOUISVILLH, KY. r Cumb. Phone, West 412-2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE forts of our Government be used to HOME PHONE, CITY 0374 1205 SOUTn SEVENTH STREET J. B. Ohligschlager, President the end that tho peace of justice A. 3. Ohllgsfihlager, Secretary Home Phone, Crescent 71 & - KENTUCKY may come speedily to the long sufHOME PHONE, CITY 8529 LOUISVILLE - fering people of Ireland." HOUSE DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Tff for Front end Rio Ttt. IW D G. R. .LIPS Dealer Harness Msffih (BASaLEjii?) SHOCK ABSORBERS and Canada, representing 10,000,000 members, representing all creeds and denominations, In their annual contention In Chicago, by unanimous vote adopted the following: ternal Congresef the 'United State? ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBniG HOME PHONE, HENRT Tree 078-08- 2 BOTTLES ICE Soft Drink Stand SHEET F. W ALWBS & SON --- GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-5- W Frank Hartman Sons Repaired JOHN RECCIUS' SONS DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH THIES PUT ON MAILS FULL LINE OP TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. CITY 9206 217 WEST MARKET STREET RUBBER C, A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS ANNIVERSARY Monday CELEBRATED. AND DE OOR ATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J PAINTERS OTTO J. OSTER Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE BOTH PHONES SCHULMAN'S GROCERY ws the seventieth anniversary of the foundlner of St. Mary's Dan'ah. Madison. TnT ThA nmnt woo OFFICE AND YARD: celebrated bv the consecration of OSTRADER & HARRIS FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS tne high altar by Right Rev Bishop Chartrand, who va3 attended by six LOUISVILLE, KY. PHARMACY No. 2 clergymen, sons of the congregation. Rev. George Smith, Mtev. Alphonse EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. Smith, Rev. Henry Hunger, Rev. R. A. Clement Zenf, Rev. Francis Killen LOUISVILLE, KY. DRUGS WE DELIVER and Rev. Albert Schad. Many QtSier priests. Including those of the MadPrescriptions Our Specialty ison deanery, were In attendance. BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY VARIETY WOODWORK REPAIRING 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. H03IE PHONE, CITY 0270 Fihe's Pharmacy MASON GOSS Phone City 7555 "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES GADDIE & ROSENHAM 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS WORK DONE PROMPTLY PHONE, CITY 757 C HOME C. SOFT DRINKS HOT AND COLD LUNCH SPECIAL HOT ROAST LtHl WEST MARKET STREET J. KEMPER OYSTERS T& SEASON PHONE CITY IBM BEEF SANDWICHES ahles, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. splay. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Authorized POCKET BILLARD TABLES Una dealers for The Brunswlck-Balke-Collend- er of Sample tables on JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated TENTH AND JEFFERSON . LOUISVILLE, KY. aland 841 WHEW IN THE HIGHLANDS I Hast 915S EVERYTHING ME " " R.OTO EATSAND DRINK GBO. STOP AT AND BRBCKINRIDGS J. ROMISH, Pre. FRANCISCAN PROVINCIAL. PHONES: Cumh., South 1381 and 9211 The Home, City 1881 and 1882 province,Franciscan Chapter of this in. session at Cincinnati FOURTH AND HILL STREETS last week, made a number of changes. Tlie Rev. Edmund Klein, O. F. M who was Guardian at the TEACHES IN MEMPHIS. house in Cincinnati, was elected Prof. Patrick O'Sulllvan, who has Provincial, succeedingO. thoM. Vevy Rev. Rudolph Bonner. F, The severed his connection with the Lou Rev. Father Theobald was chosen Isvlllo Conservatory of Music, will a3 Vicar. The Rev. Linus Braun, have charge of the classes at St. Guardian of St. Boniface Monastery, Conservatory. Memnhls. Tenn. fch'ls cltv, attended the chapter, Acnes w : This school is conducted by the Do minican Sisters, and like Holy SAVE ANUIAL LTFE. Rosary Academy, Fourth avenue, Is a branch of St. Catherine of Sienna Word has reached Chicago that College and Academy, Springfield, Pope Benedict XV bo's lately sent Ky. Louisville musical circles have a contribution of $200 through Car suffered a distinct loss, but while St. dinal Caspar!, to the Romin SoAgnes and Memphis galu by the ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty change there is salefactlon in know- ot Animals. In addition, it Is etat- ing thatt Prof; O'Sulllvan will be oo, the Cardinal was directed to heard here at intervals, hi the fu- send a letter condemning all wanton ture. destruction ot animal life by un scrupulous sportsmen who caused CORONATION ANNri'ERSARY. untold suffering to the victims by traps and similar devices, Nio special festivities were arranged for celebrating tho sixth anADMIRAL IN GEORGIA. niversary of th coronation of BenPop. Wje Pontiff reedict XV. Admiral WUl'am S. Benson, one ceived a number'of congratulatory of Georgia's mog.' distinguished sons; telegrams from soverelgas and heads and floe ot iths leading sons of the of. State. Baron Beyens. th Bel- chHrch in America, will deMw the gian Bnvoy to the Holy Se, pr nrlnc'rol addrs at One sixth annual sated bis oredeaUals Saturday, and eonven''on of Ww Cthol!e Layman's the occasion w taka tor Aseoriatfon of Georgta at AHanta Mm to aa Amssdonhlp. on Hnday, September 11. -"- --- HENRY FISCHER HOME PHONE CITY 2528 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY PORK PACKER Hot Chile and All Kinds of Sandwiches Boiled Hams a Specialty QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. JOHN TAPHORN - The fall meeting of the Queen's Daughters was held Friday afterCHAS. SCHUPP noon of last week at Knights of Columbus Hall, and It was decided EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS lo (hold a reception and tea nexjt Wednesday afternoon, September 7, SOFT DRINKS AND HOT LUNCH at tho rooms In the Republic buildTHE BEST IN THE CITY ing. Fifth and Walnut. Plans for going ahead wiith the day nursery ,965 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED were discussed, tho Chairman ot SHAWNEE that committee, Mrs. J. B. Arbegust, reporting that now was the time to Etart. ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY At tho tea Initiatory steps were taken pertaining to preparaEVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME tion and work for the Christmas Shoppe, whlcih Is; looked forward to FLOYD AND MARKBT LOUIVniLX, XT. as one of the big events of the local BethFkMtc holiday season. N 1053 Gosb Avenue -- FRANKFORT. CUMB. PHONB, PLBASURH RIDQE 21 Edmund Power, of Frankfort, has Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner Served To Order announced the engagement of Me Sandwiches of All Kinds Served On Short Notice slater, Mtes MaTy Power, to John Try Oar Deliclosus Clab Sandwiafes weduMng wlM take Canty. The J. place September 14- - in the QUurch C. M. SUMMER GARDEN of the Good Shepherdi tho Rev. Ed. ward Kloatermann oHciatJsg. Mr. s' Glenbrook Station, 18th Street Road Oaaty Is ene ot Frankfort's btMHBem ' Bight Miles From Ceart Hease '' n& aad operates a term, la WoodGOOD MUMO ford county. DAXCDfa SCHELL'S ,' lsr s moBnrvxjOMr,it juhmjp:! aumu&mul2jj&. kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA)U'AAAAAAAAfr PHONE 2635 For Best Service and Quality of Work in the City Men's two-piec- e PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES RECENT DEATHS Waists Plain skirts Pleated skirts Men's light weight overcoats... Men's medium weight overcoats Wool and silk dresses Evening and fancy dresses Cotton dresses White Material 25c Extra Men's three-piec- e suits suits $1-5- 0 ; i.g 1,75 t0 W LOO 2.00 $2.00 to 2.25 2.50 to 3.00 'j Coat Suits Sport coats and cloaks $1-- 2;0 up PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY HARRY B. DRIVER PROPRIETORS 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. SON nine, and wll knovn. in the western" section or the clty.rpaiwea away Saturday night at Ids homo, 657 South Twenty-secon- d Ho is surstreet. vived by his mother, Mrs. Beatrice Mulverhlll; three slstora. Miss Irene Mulverhlll and Airs. Ida Harrod, HOME Louisville, and Mrs. W. J. Walker, New York, and two brothers, John OF and Thomas Mulverhill. liuneral services wore held at St. Charlosf CLASS PICTURES church, conducted hv llev. FViihflr Oculists' Prescriptions. Raffo, the pastor. AND SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY The death of Miss Agnes Finegan, aged nineteen, beloved daughter of XKOOKFSKAT2B GOOD MUSIC. I. O. and Nellie Langan. Finegan, Fourth and Chestnut. 317 Crescent Court, spread a pall of ' gloom over her wide circle of Matk Sales, Pres. J. C. Jacobs, Sec. and Treas, friends, among whom sho was a favorite. She was a graduate of L. GRAUMAN & 00. Presentation Academy and a girl of Incorporated many accomplishments, and among her associates she will be sadly Sealers In All Kinds of Office and Store xtrtures, Safes, Oasb Regimissed. Her funeral was held from ster, Show Oases, Counters, St. Frances of Homo church, Rev. For Every Member Shelving', Etc. Father Riley conducting the solemn Patrick Mulverhlll, aged twenty- - -- CWT) wMARKET-ST- . WALNUT I IHBRMAK STI&US.tfSONS H MM j THEATER TSumrr stmbt I Mcamnma tmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmm&mmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmm I rowrrw-Ay- : ; We aiTfl and Redeem Oel'd Trading Stamps. ! iripij I BOYS' SUITS! SH()ES of the Family at 431 E. NAZARETH COLLEGE. $10 l j services. loved 510 WEST MAIN Saturday Anthony J. Klefer. flfteen-year-el- be- STREET Home Phone, City 1888 d FRED FEIGE & SON AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa Is open to all High School Graduates desiring to pursuro a course Coffee, OK Wo offer excellent of higher education. Courses leadthree pounds for ing to bachelor of arts and bacheThis means only another decrease over the old price lor of science degrees are planned for thk Coffee. This is the best Coffee for tho price according to tho best standards of our American Educational System. on the market. Give us a trial. Coffee Prices Lower Oejl 212 WBSJE MAKKbT STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 JOHN M. MULLOY SISTER DULA, Dean 851 South Fourth Street Louisville, Ky. It tout boj prspero ius aaos.ttcw Vmm tor 111 tint will FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. St. Xavler's College SWISS CLEANING OF MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS IHCORPOSJLTVD Office C17 Sonth Fourth. Plant 000 Sonth Sixth. SIMON Twenty-eight- Ground for the now church of St. FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS Rita at Okolona was broken last JNO. P. MORTON & CO. GO. week and tho foundation started INCORPORATED KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. and work is proceeding. This church Incorporated MANUFACTURERS! has been contemplated by tho people stabUshed 1820 - Louisville, Ky JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE In this section for two or three OFFICB OUTFITTERS BOTH PHONES 4202 FINE CANDIES years, and a building fund, started PIUN2HRS when there was first talk of a dTATIONBRS Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty church there, has grown to considEuneva Cigar erable proportions. Several acres of Ilcrm Pcrfccto 1930 West Market Street ground were purchased some time Scliroer's Smokers Phone Shawnee 2347 ago, ana Bisnop uuonagnue nas For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. (UNION MADE) sanctioned tho erecting of a com Homo Phono City 382G bination building comprising church More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total Home Phone, City C041 St. and the deposit of more than i3,ooo,ooo, is the monument of confidence bnilt br the Most Attractive Restaurant Near and school used as thename of the title of Rita to be people of Louisville at this safe, conservative SCHROER BROS. bank. Union Station. church. Tho bulldlnp will bo frame Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS UNDER THE BIG CLOCK with concrete foundation and will MARKET AT SECOND bo 7Gx3G foet. It will havo thirty-fo- 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET Geo. Waidlcin pews with a seating capacity of 272. The designers, Schneider & Delicious Pastries a Specialty. tho roof in place 017 West Brondvrny, Louisville Sons, hope to have in. Tho drawing before winter sets Is attractive and the church will be as a great Cumb. West 295 an ornament as well Home Shaw. 105 blessing to that part of tho county. Business Classical, Bcltnttflo and Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Bwlmramr Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin. Dlr. IIS W. Broadway, XJoalarrlU, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverl&n Brother. erick and Elizabeth Hancock street, passed from this life, leaving the family and home In gloom. Besides his parents he leaves three brothers, Carl, Jeromo and Sylvester Klefer, and a sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Frlendllng. Funeral services wore held Tuesday morning at St. "Boniface church. By the dea,tii of Adam Dries, sixty-nin- e years old, at his fliomo, 1329 East Breckinridge street, St. Martin's church loses another of its old and highly respected members. His funeral and requiem mass took: place Monday morning, when many old friends were present to pay their final tribute to his-- memory. The sympathy of many friends is tendered Samuel and Theresa Robertson, 1315 South Twenty-sixtstreet, from whose home tho Angel of Death on Saturday took their InThat nn fant daughter Frances. angel awaits them in heaven will be consolation for ibhe bereaved parents and brothers and sisters. h of FredKlefer, 124 S. son DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting of proper glasses. j We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate-- ! ishede ; j SUITE 310 STARES BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1186 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT ; 1 THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW! $10 THE NAME KENTUCKY FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson & INDIANA DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS ))) PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCT'S A The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS BUTTER SPECIALTY CHURCH FOR OKOLONA. GOODIE CANDY -- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Restaurant ur L. KOELLNER PLUMBER P0NTRICH JEFFERSONVILLE. There was much social activity in Mr. nnd JefTersonvllle last week. Both Phones 2344 Mrs. Bernard A Coll 'entertained at tod Greenwood. h dinner Sunday evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. Harry Prank, of THE VERY BEST Milwaukee. Others present were Mr. Home Phone, Shawnee 803 and Mrs. Curtis Krioger and Mr. HENRY GOSS and Mrs. Elmer Plamp, Louisvlllo; ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ogden and Miss Delia Frank. TIh Roofs Repaired and Painted Miss Mary Josephine Farrell and Asphalt Shingles s Speecialty Miss Grace Elizabeth Levengood 9011 WEST BROADWAY were visiting their cousin, Mrs. SOFT DRINKS BCOOBMXcV James Johnson, Indianapolis. Margaret Constantino and Misses F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. Llllle Constantino, who were on an extended Eastern pleasure trip, re"Wo Use tho Golden Rale' turned Sunday. iHMwhi Md l&tumti Nalli SeltttfflMBy TntM 913 WEST MARKET STREET Misses Margaret E. and Katherine 11 Olty 4782 Hlnes, who wore on a vacation trip Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsty INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER In .the East and went to Toronto, GhireWiat INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE Canada, have returned. hB7 WmiNG, FIXTURES, LAMPS Miss Nellie Casey left Sunday for STEAM AND REPAIRS DOMESTIC Chicago for an indefinite stay. Starka kIMIs Mrs. Kate Cisco, w"ho was. visiting at Madison, Ind., has returned. Betk PhoBet Kontucky Home Phone, Parkway 50 We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Mrs. Michael Flnnegan has reCumb. Phone, South 9235-- J Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisturned from Indianapolis, where she coal CALL US FOR faction and lowest prices. Consumers wiU benefit by the purchas of their visited relatives. NOW. Let us have your order TODAY., FRED WARNS, anywhere. Special We operate three retail yards at LAST riONIO OP SEASON. ieducad prices on car load shipments. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Plvleoto 4, or the Ancient Order FOR ALL PURPOSaS TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. HARVEY-JELLIC- O of Hibernians, la closing Wie sum- TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS mer seasoni with a ptendc nt Sum- Kentucky Ooosamers Oil Company (DH30KPORA.' .mere Garden tomorrow aaernoon Kentucky being a IxmleTille Yard and Elevator, Fepe and Payne Streoti. and Magnolia. AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING and evening, thte picnic early In Yard lOOO S. FlrBt Street. Yard Fifteenth one given repotdUon of tho Main 033. City 14G0. Main Office 411 Storks Building. the season, and wihlch proved co RALPH C. SHAW popular. Tho races and contests for boys and girls will bo a feature, and Tho Gooso on Wrapper Is Assurance That PLUMBER Chairman Thos. Dolan, of tho AthSEWERAGE letic Committee, has received many :STttr 0N THIS kUNTH WITH TH Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes GAS FITTING and valuable prizes for these af636 SOUTH JACKSON STREET fairs, which means a big field of Are tne unginai. Manuiaciureu oy Louisville Bank Phories City 5826; Main 1264 entries with exciting contests, 'iinero is no admission fee to the park. Foarth an& Central Avenue, DON'T FORGET THAT FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants 628 S. SECOND STREET JBBHsUs3UsSBBBsfstfBMMsssc GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME EPPING'S Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the brightest ; Where the lightest; Where home Is Where work dome work IS THE OF PURE MILK CORNSJ3UNIONS r5n:;t3slBsa eViir-aEaes- "ASK YOUR GROCERS. -- the meal u cooked beat; Where fee range stands the tee where That's the "Quick Ileal" coses Qnlek Meal GaaJRaalae Sold, In.Ulle and Where eooklag aeaaw real faa Where bakteg g4ree ft light) Where dratlge Is tm U sight That's where tk "Quick tab COAL Hltl ly ReeemsaeBdea (ibllJbK Ot bUN, w. MARKET ST. .,,.,.. JR. Oil and Grease QRAN W. Funeral SMITH'S SON and Embalmer I CTC COAL COMPANY AL. S. ,SMITH, PROP. Director Weekly Savings Club BOTH PHONES 810. MA.GIC SOAP COMPANY J South aeaineee)ee)8eBeei DOUGHERTY & Mc ELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH I !OIITHRA;T rnRNF 51YTH 1NH 71MC 1201 Story Avenue. LoulBvIlle, Ky. j eft- MACION AGAIN SCORES. Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE NOW IS THE TIME;; GLOBS WaXJUIUTy FURNACES Overhauled and , Cleaned $1.00 E. G. HEART1CK Clty21Sl East 2173 915 E. Broadway. ROOSEVELT. Commander-in-Chi- ef ELECTRIC Main 1800 SPECIALTY XXOO&rOXAHsD COMPANY City 528 WEST JEFFERSON Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. 87 RESEMBLES Mich&el Collins, ILL IMHHN, rmtfMt tat 4eeeeoeeeeeeeeM Nhh. Tm MllttVsf JKt TlM Wtwm H tlMf IP. Z BANNON Hji, arnica's Patet LIMet CmWert PIPE C4sti, CO. Ts. Swr m Fir tri, Mtk i WORKSI-Tkkri- Fipc far Steam Wall Ceylatf, Braia Tilt, TltriMlrlcK, rime Llalal, Fire Brkk Grata aa4 Ballar Tile, Fire Clay, Caheaey OFFICE S3$ SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. MAINIS07, am PHOMKS CITY KfcMfc a MaBMlia. mi Mfkimilif of the Irish Republican, army and Sinn Fein Mlnteter of Finance, came to his conetbtuency Sunday, the flrat time he has been able to make a public appearance in Armagh since 1918, to thank his supporters for electing him to the Bail Btreann, and a he explained, for giving him a mandate "not to sit to the North Parliament." He proved a mpet em- phiatJc speaker both ra Irish and English aad is somewhat remtate-ceof Theodore Roosevelt when he brings his Jawe together, but gesture. gpealw without a single He kept 'hie Audience entranced for nearly an hour as he denounced the partition of Ireland and appealed to Armagh to follow Tyrone- - tjnd PenRaaagh. in deaounetag aMegtaaoe to .the Northern Prtteeefit thus "eteiUliig the last blow agaifiat Bog- -, Meh eeateel ef Irelaad." -nt : Macbin Council, Y. M. I., ecored another marked success this week A. Lasar, Maaager with Its fall fun fete, tho club house and grounds being crowded each' of Homey Advaseed oh Yoht Plata Sia West Jealenea Street 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, the three, nights. All tho features (Seeead Fleer), were ereatly enioyed and the offi cers and committees were given) un Phene aty 3B7. :! stinted praise for their work, next meet will be made at the out. b UPHOLSTERING, ing and they shoum oring ' ' full attendance of members. C02K:JB;S. CARL STOLL, ;; Window Sltades, Curtain Hangers, Cumb. Mala SOOS-- a TAKES LOUISVILLE BRIDE. Home City 2008 OleaBhig Oil Shades. Miss Cecilia Kelly, of Louisville, Office and Works and William H. Fulham, of New Or- 240 E. St. Catherine. Phone 0501 leans, wore married Saturday evenHWWWWWWWVWVWWWWWWHWVWWWVWV ing In the rectory of St. Patrick's MINISTER NOA OATHOLIO. church, at Washington, where they CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871 aOMKlHONB8$ will mflko their homo. The groom A conversion of supreme local to Congressman. H. Gar is secretary Importance became, known when it land Dupre, of Louwiana. was learned that Rev. John C. Petrle, formerly curate of tho fashionable BTSI10P COMMENDS KLKS. St, Stephen Episcopal church of took Providence, R. I., had renounced Right Rev. Bishop Gaimon occasion recently to commend Erie his membership in the Protestant Lodge, B. P. O. E., tor their char- church and was received into the itable dispensation of mltk, and ice Catholic church. Over a year ago to the needy families of the com- he resigned as curate at St. Stephen munity. The organisation plana to church to go to New York. While continue its relief work indefinitely. there he came in contact with Rev. Paul, of the Society of the Atonement, at Qraymoor. MONTHLY MEETING. It ws here Hy that his desire to join the church The regular .mowthly buiees culminated jn acceptance into it. CoDaring the present summer, at a meeting of the St. Helena' operative Club will be held Monday well known Catholic university, he evening at Preteatatioa Aeederay has heea engaged a iaatructor aad a aum-b- it is Me iateatloa to It himself for . Auditorium. Laet of the gr meartece eejeyed a thte work in CathoHe scheols in the Loon deKghtful outiag up the river. fatar. iie-por- A LOAJt Xaeeeeeratoi. 09 ;MtJWWIHtlWHmHMlH't'W! . ts . r J J. tf. I BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 89a lBXp JVioJLo. ftxeet. ttttww,wwMmivvwwiWM eay er L. DirectorBAX B. Funeral Embalmer ,