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Soarcy-Chtltofi-e- AMERICAN PWWE: HDM M HMN Brerjr Drlrer an Bioort E600 Incorporate LoilnHdTMktltTrmftrl VOLUME XLV1I.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAYi. SEPTEMBER 17, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS. i barbed- - wire entanglements and is To offset tho sentiment guarded heavily by soldiers. aroused by the two weekly papers n Dennis O'Connell', Dublin correma1 opposing the spondent, cabled on Wednesday that chine, tho latter has started n something has gone wrong with the negro dally und is distributing Jfc . Irish peace negotiations, that Presits colbroadcast every day ident de Valora rushed two other umns urging negrdes to please, oh! IT IS NEARINQ ELECTION DAY. couriers toward Lloyd George by dives Another Inhibition pf Sub. please, stand by the automobile and train, and that news machine. n fecrviency to reaching Dublin from Inverness inThat tho defection of the colored dicates a serious breach. This was Republkan vote is growing serious Machine. clearly reflected by tho anxiety ot is shom by the actions ot ono of all ministers who attended the meetthe Republican Aldermanic candiing of tho Dail Elreann Wednesday dates who works at the L. & N". morning. iDespilo tho appointment Ernest Horn, presCliicago Owners Not "Worried About railroad shops. of the five delegates all Dublin is ent Republican Councilman, from c Attacks on Citizens of doubtful whether the conference the Twelfth ward, and now candiset for September 20 will take place. date for Alderman, has been laborLouisville. De Valera looked weary and pale ing mightily to keep his brother when he came to the Mansion colored Republicans In line and it is" said that he is promising to House. Griffith alone remains un1 1" z perturbed. That the delegation apmake them police lieutenants, flro pointed at Wednesday's session of jobs of promSome. Tips For Herald If It "Wants captains and otheronly stay L in line. the Dail is n'o Indication that the inence if they will to Discuss Heal Political conference willi take place Is eviFellow workers say that the negroes denced by rumors that the Sinn have been promised these jobs In ' Sensations. Fein has named Its delegates merely Democratic districts, a double play to bo able to siy.that It had done being attempted reward for tho Its part, but that Britain refused to lojnl negro Republican and punishdo hers. ment for the white Democratic citNEGROES WORRYING MACHINE. izens who opposo n An electric atmosphere permeates the Dublin. De Valera, apparently worn machine. Speaking ot Aldermanic out, left his automobile at the Man-socandidates, Joe Tarpey has deserted House. Griffith rushqd after the Republican ticket nod announces n TJio writer has often called him to say something. The Sinn" that he will not bo a candladto, and .to tho miserable' and trying thus far the n Fein intended to issue a statement machine existence of a' political machine has been unahle to persuade anyone but cancelled It. One of tho men nowopaper, citing tho Louisville to be the goat. most active in the Intelligence deHerald as a horrible example, and partment ot the Irish Republican Here's a tip gratis for the Louisarmy predicted there would be anthe events of the week show Just ville Herald If It likes to y,g up bow far and just how low tho Her- mysterious and libelous stories for other big War in Ireland oven greatald will' go to do the bidding of the political campaign. Lot tho er than ever before. It might last n maits master, the a few months, -- he said, but peace Herald toll us: exposure after ex"Who was the prominent Repubchine. Stung by would not come until then. Ireland posure of automobile thieving, de- lican police ofllclal drunk at the Is faced with an acute ordeal just stroying of rciords and near Mayor Elks' reception, brandishing a quart now. It Is reflected every whero in Dublin, which had remained optiSmith's whokmle grab of tho secret bottle of whisk much to the disn magust of guests? mistic. Where the cog on tho peaco service .fund, ti!u AVho was tho Republican county wheel is broken it is impossible to chine leaders endeavored to detract say. attention from themselves in a crude ofllclal that was $10,000 short in his Tho Dublin public continues tenaand blundering attempt to besmirch accounts, nnd who were tho three ciously to cling to the belief that the character and good name of leading Republicans that made ,np peaco Is coming despite the fact Overton Harris, the Democratic can- the deficit? Why dld Night Chief of Pollen that lorry loads of auxiliary troops didate for Mayor. Tn this attempt The Rip Van Winkle "reform" administration wakes up and is wero driven through the streets the machine organ lent Its aid and Laird leatvo town and why doesn't v. fired and that the reports that tho Repuba characteristic mudgutter he como back? tearing and repairing city streets and roadways by the wholesale. lican army expects' sooni to see How much money was collected broadside at tho Democratic nomaqtlvo service again . inee. To aid the cause tliepoor'old from automobiles for parking overThe Dail Eireann's formal reply, blundering Keystone poHce depart- time and has the fund always leen as approved, is not likely to reach V ment, tho butt of ridicule from coast Jntnct? AVho is the prominent member of Inverness before the end or the to coast, was called dn to aid the week. It was not, as reported in machine attack, but didn't accom- tho police department and former some quarters, yet delivered to Preplish much, as the local Keystone nolghbor of Chief Petty that was coppers are 1n bad with the public found living with n negro woman? mier Lloyd George. The mission of How much docs Scales, tho former present. Consignor Dowd has been just now. formerly was a captain in the Brit- Harry Boland and Joseph McGrath was simply to clear up certain quesOf course the attack fell Jiat and circulation manager of tho Herald, with St, Joseph's church since 1S90. ish army. , the machine organ was caught in ttollect weekly from tho iollcc, At the reception In the evening ot The Irish reply to Prime Minister tions with tho Premier before the just one more He, which will not firemen nnd soft (?) drink stands for the ceremonies David Deery pre Lloyd George's latest note was de- delivery of tho formal reply. Nothworry .tho owners of tho Herald very tho Republican campaign fund. sented him with n check for $2,000 livered to tho British leader la h ing has been learned as to whether The Herald also failed to tell us In the namo of the parish. much, as they live in Chicago and Tuesday afternoon. Tho secret the reply Is acceptance or of the Invitation to a Dowd, who was born and as to its contents was still preserved, nroot very interested in the good of Patrolman Otis Cook, who was namo of the city of Louisville or celebrating the arrival ot his coun- reared in New Albany, is well known Dull Elreann Accepts Lloyd George's; but It is saicTthat it would be made confoernce, but the fact that five any of its citizens. It 'only recalls try cousins at the State Fair this in the Falls Cities. public at noon Wednesday, simul- Irish plenipotentiaries have been apInvitation For Conference at conto enliven tho campaign of four years ago week and proceeded taneously with the meeting of Dail pointed Is taken as indicating negoInverness. when Mr. Cronan, the Democratic things at Second and Oak In front MILLION MEMBERS. Elreann, which has been summoned, fidence dn continuance of the Lloyd George is expected nominee, was attacked in a libelous ot the Central Christian church. it is said, to approve the selection tiations. n organ, Cook has a knack of always find- . The thoughts and .aspirations of manner by the of delegates to the Inverness parley. to remain in Scotland for at Jeaet and all know how the Herald man- ing a church neighborhood In which one million, Catholic laymen affiliatThere was a big demonstration at another three weeks. In his reply to Eamonn de Valera, agement at trofr' In dpologfzlhg. to celebrate. A year ago he became ed with the National' Councll?of-- rMslOablnerWilltirave Full Power Dublin at the funeral of Michael r bo Used, in uniform, of course, and Cathollc Men will be given full and Tho depositions of Charles A. O'Brien, a member of tho Flanna Premier LT6ydGeore, accepts "the In Naming Delegates to and E. A. Jonas, tho managing forbid .people going to St. Louis open expression at the annual con Na Elreann the Irish. Boy Scouts, invitation to the proposed Inverness editor nnd editorial writer, were Bertrand's church. For this he was vention of that organization m Parley. who was accidentally shot in camp. conference in tho terms of the final last token In the office of Attorney Merit forgiven by the Board ot Safety. Washington on September 20, 2 J The FJanna is more, important than paragraph of Lloyd - George's indeO'Neal for tho Common Pleas Court,. "Governer" Burlllngnmo saying that and 22. Reports complied in the boy scouts, for In reality it is u letter, but reaffirms Ireland's Segner filed n letter of apology in many pcoplo in thnt neighborhood office of the executive secretary intraining corps for the Republican pendence as a sovereign State and hut tho case, saying "Wo regret that Mr. asked for his reinstatement, resi- dicate the complete success of tho City of Londonderry Objects to army. More than 3,000 members of declares that only as representatives membership campaign started less Cronnn fchould think that wo in- giics no names of tho anxious Flanna marched in the funeral pro- of such have the Irish negotiators on him personally dents who wanted tho drunken Parliament Having Munitha'n a year ago, with the enrolltended to cession, which was headed by the any authority. Wo ment ot ten great national organizain their midst again. or as a citizen of Louisville." SupCountess MarcJewicz, wearing the cipal "Jurisdiction. to A. A. R. I. R. plemented to tills Mr. Jonas, tho think tho "Governor" is trying po- tions and nearly 800 local. State uniform ot the Republican! army. Tuesday the flowery nnd effusive editorial writer, "spoo" somebody. and diocesan societies. The camPremier Lloyd George, Who is at Robert Emmet Branch of the said "tho Herald didn't really mean lice patrol had to bo called to carry paign is still in full swing, and' Galrloch, Scotland, on Tuesday re- American Association tor Recognito attack JUr. Cronnn. personally, and Officer Otis home and up to now the from all parts of the United ceived Harry Boland, secretary to tion ot the Irish Republic held a I)K VALERA MAY JlE DELEGATE. are being filed dally ot the that the Herald was just attacking Herald has failed to mention Eamonn de Valera, and Joseph largely attended and enthusiastio tho the Democratic- machine." In tho tion. "reform" policeman's celebra- establishment of new councils and another Sinn Fein represen- meeting Tuesday night in Holy of Segner and sociecross examination tho enrollment of additional tative, according to an official com- Rosary Hall, when a number of My! my! how the "hick" firemen foi Jonas, Merit O'Neal gave them a ties in tho great programme and Messrs. The Irish nows from both London munication,are returning Boland and names were added to the membergrilling that "stung," hence one can are kicking about the nheavy assess- God and country that will receive to Dublin McGrath ma- Impetus ments ot tho road between tho lines dn Thursat the gathering next week and Dublin the past week indicate with the Prime Minister's explana- ship roll. Rev. John O'Connor presided and Rev. Walsh ofchine, and to show what a hardship Delegates to the convention will be that a final day's Herald when tho machine settlement ot the ago-ol-d tion of certain ipolnts In the Gov- fered tho ,prayer. Patrick A number of piano said "Merit O'Neal was legal it Is proving one of the Assistant guests of President Warren G. problem ernment's proposals for considerabeen brought adviser to the Democratic Commit- Chiefs has pawned his gold badge Harding at tho White House on er and may has effected almostnear- tion by tho Dail Elreann. It is Bald selections were rendered by Mrs. any be Fred Harlg, who accompanied Fatee of 1917," and goes on with a with u soft drink proprietor to raise Thursday. . day, Eamonn do Valera, as Presi' that President de Valera's reply ther Walsh when he sang "O'Don-ne- ll funds, while a Captain has pawned, sneering attack. dent of tho Irish Republic, has ac- -' dealing with tho question of acceptAboo" nnl the 'IVale of Avoca," Any person of intelligence knows tho gold badge given him hy friends, BISHOP BURKE BETTER. cepted tho offer of Premier Lloyd ing or not .accepting tho Invitation which evoked rounds of applause. will go to any the badge now lelng hi n Market that tho Herald George for a renewal of negotiations to a conference will not be deliv- Routine business was followed by many friends ot Bishop length in. fighting for or defending street pawn shop. The ''hick" fireTho It excellent by men staged an example of their Burke will bo Interested In tho fol- for peace, it was officially anno'unced ered until Friday or Saturday. Fathers addresses n machine ana just efficiency the the letter at the State Fair this lowing taken from the Milwaukee Saturday. Tho next conference will-b- Is understood that and Bolandl which O'Connor antl Walsh and Timothy two weeks ago accomplished a feat bore Reardon and Miss Mary Corcoran. held In Inverness, Scotland, on Couriers McGrath never witnessed in week. There was rumor ot a fire Citizen : of journalism to the Prime Minister asked for a The speakers appealed for a greatly without investiFrancis September 20. "Right Rev. Maurice this section, before, Tho Herald in on the grounds, andfiremen tore out respecting tho Increased .membership for the great The Irish Republican Cabinet was fresh explanation gating tho "hick" n column nnd a half article dis Burke, Bishop ot St. Joseph, who In session late Saturday night. soon It British Government's latest comtake cussed the nutpmobilo scandals, but nnd went up tlio Midway, no other iin Tieon Knonrflnc same weeks at was expected that J. C. Barton, Sinn munication and that these points are celebration that will Tim Reardon stirred the never jmcu route doing but tho crowded Sacred Heart Sanitarium in Fein envoy, will leave for Inverness of vital Importance, necessitating place. the in tnat lenguiy nrucio of the firemen his words tloned ono of the names of the live was a Running ahead copper yelling: this city, is reported to have much Sunday night, certainly before Wed- the return of the couriers to Dublin audience with Louisville and referbig Keystone ence, to the benefited in health. It is interesting nesday's meeting Republicans involved Cunningham, tor consultation with De Valera and press. Upon all sides It was felt of tho Datl and "Look our thar!" "Look out thar, In recall in connection with tho Tvnodcrer Baker, Coleman, his colleagues. Elreann. This was taken to lost that Ireland was already the winner, Khook. Tor Its fidelity the Herald folks," but tho "hick" firemen too. Dante celebration that Bishop Burke that the Dail Elreann will indicate Tuesday's conference lasted an and that Irish .faith was tho weapon accept one of the best annu track of their .guide and the fire la reputed to be receives thousands of dollars Premier hour or more, tho delegates leaving which had gained the victor'. The ally from the saving (?) County This left the Keystone cop running Dante scholars In the United States, tation to David Lloyd George's Invi immediately for Ireland. The new speakers urged a conference and that the that all stand by Commission, which publishes quar- by himself, much to the amusement Tho Bishop, who Is now In his has year, completed his train- meeting oftho Dail Elreantii plen- developments will delay' the Gov the people ot Ireland in the choice terly every cent Trald out by Messrs of the spectators. conference between the they make, as they should know The hi been summoned to Indorse the Hunt, Grinstead and Baskln from band need ot the Keystone police ing at the American College Tho Dublin corre- ernment and tho Irish plenipoten- who and what Is best. It was set is solved. The other night the Rome, whore he was ordained May ipotentiaries fhe bic auto trucks down to the Ga- tiaries beyond September 20, the forth that the Irish were a distinct spondent window cleaners, the latter being trombone player in lull uniform i22, 1875. He was made Bishop of zette sent for the Westminster the following dispatch to date suggested by Lloyd. George race, and to now become a colony and How Cheyenne, Wyo., in 1877, and transpaid $1,000 annually while tho reg- stopped at Twenty-thir- d nothing (lure been def Is an Insult. England has offered newspaper. his entire ular negro janitors talk politics in ard and went through the Straw," ferred to St. Joseph in July, 1893. his"It can now be stated with au- Apparently initely decided as yet on tno no concession but rather only a are few bettor linguists than thority the publica- repertoire of "Turkey in There the basoment. Then representatives from on" the of the Irish delegation minor restitution. Miss Mary CorFarm" tion of .page after pago of tax lists, 'IDown 'Skipping Through and "Just Bishop Burke, who speaks fluently the Dailthat Elreann wilt meet the Michael Collins, commander of the coran declared England was now the Boo French, German, Italian, Spanish new .precincts, etc., adds to the Her- Come 1U11." gathered, and Latin." British representatives at a confer- Irish Republcan army, is mentioned where she could not help herself A crowd at the taxpayers' ex- Saw ald take-oence in Inverness September 20. As now as a possible delegate, and it Is only by doing justiec to Ireland, and pense. Mr. Harris and every other mostly children, the latter thinking de that while Enln Is hold under suba matter of fact, the Dail repre- still possible that President machine the porfermer was the Old I'leu SCORES KEYSTONE POLTCE. opponent of performer Finally tho Piper. sentatives already have been de- Valera will consent to head the jection England can not enter a rule In Louisville need not be sur- stopped and announced that n Re Several world's .peace conference "About 100 lives are lost in Lou- cided on. They include Arthur delegation. prised at tho Herald's course, and publican meeting would bo held at and Robert Officials of tho city ot London, suggested a membership campaign believes that tho Demisville each year and more than Griffith, JohnIt MacNoIllexpected that tho writer Twenty-seconall is not ocratic nomine erred In dignifying 7:80 at 'The secret of and Howard 1,500 persons are maimed and crlp- - C. Bai"ton. Valera will attend Ihe deny on Tuesday voiced the deslro among the friends of Ireland ofconCol. Lud's nlal fhriiifh nvnlilalilo automobfO Eamonn de that their city should uo associaiea creeds and nationalities and organ's attack, the vot- streets. tho machine police band is he and effort for accidents." G. H McClain, manager conference, but available others will with Southern rather tihanr witu' tinued Republic. recognition of the ers realizing Uiat it is only earning desire for a Keystone for consulThe Mayor of, Irish pottago doled out by tho out at lost. of the Louisville safety council, bo immediatelyIrish representatives." Northern. Ireland. Its mess of the city and an Influential deputaof the tation by tlhe said at a luncheon-meetin- g County Commission. A courier ot the Dail Elreann left tion ot its elected public representaA. O. H. CONVENTION. HONORS FOR PRIEST. TVlor Hotel. ninh n Manv Democrats voice the opin Valera move Manager McClain also scored tho Dublin Monday mtorning for Inver- tives put before Eamonn de Parliaion that it was an State Secretary T. J. Langan, of The Rev. Francis Dowd, a native police In a statement to the effect ness, Seotlandv where Premier Lloyd their objections to the Ulster for Mr. Harris to call on the Board hltf been ment having jurisdiction over their the Ancient' Order of Hibernians, of Safety and Chief of Police to de- - ot New Albany, rector of St that he could "drive right by a George has Robert making C. Barton, who municipality. - Londonderry's bust will hoad a. delegation from Louis Imand justice for tho noeious msin- - Joseph's Catholic church at Indian traffic officer for a week without any was Sunday with tags or lights on my car and park the official Ball courier in the ness relations, it was pointed out, ville tomorrow morning to attend 'inis was apolis, was Invested on by kiation in the Herald. the Right outho wrong slue ot tne street any lost exchange of notes with Lloyd are closer with County Donegal, in the State convention at Covington. Maying In tho hands of "Governor", the title of monsignor the journey the, Southern area; than with- - tho Among tho delegates leaving in the lurllngame, Col. Lua ana Messrs. Rev. Joseph Chartrand, Bishop ot time without fear ot being mo- George, did not make considered lo county of Londonderry, la tho morning are Jos. D. Hennessy, L. Deacons lested." this time. This was ihnson nnd Sellcman ot ne re-- the Indianapolis diocese. strengthen tho rumor that he would Northern group, on the edge bf D. hreany, D. J. HInes, T. P. Irm" Board of Safety. The steady of honor were tho Rev. James On Fri Dan D. McKenna and John F,. bo one of the plenipotentiaries. Dub- which tho city ds situated. of Terro Haute, and the Rev. TASTORS ARE CHANGED. roam of police scandals ana Dealin messages Sunday night stated It day a delegation from South Ar- Burke. public Vincent Dwyer, ot Loogooteo. criticism, from the listlc Through the receift Franciscan was believed tho Dail Elreann Cab- magh will come to Dublin to protest begun to wear on tneir nerves cons io Monsignor Dowd were the tho PASSIONIST TRANSFERS. thev 'relished tho Idea ot try- - Rev. Joseph Bryan, of Indianapolis, Chapter that met in Cincinnati the inet had completed the draft of Pre- against their being included in tho The Rev, Xavlor Sutton, C. P., Egbert Fischer, O. F. M.t reply to the 'latest note, from set- Northern Parliament, as a consist' to forco Harris or anyone else and the Rev. James Holland, of Rev. Acolytes were the Rev, comes from HIgglnsvillo. Mo., to St, mier "Lloyd George regarding a uency in tho Imperial Parliament Widely known as a missionary, who tie limelight to give their urea Corydon, contested by battered nerves a rest. The Paul Deery, of .Indianapolis, and the Boniface church, this city, and the tlement of the Irish question. stated, this district was not la noteworthy has been at the Saored Heart ReThe Dail Elreaaa, it is treat, Jias been transferred to Cinthe Unionists and it il nubile did not ever take the Rev. John Doyle, of Jeffersonvllle. Rev. Benjamin Oehler, O, F. M free hand in the se- as belns: one place where the Con cinnati, and the Rev. Athanaslus ad's publication seriously and A largo number of Catholic clergy- Saored Heart church, Peoria, 111, will be given men, attended the services, including will ho ags&kant at St. Jdesph's lection of the Irish Republican plen- stltutlonal Nationalists defeated the Schwlngler. C. P.. has gone to St. it uo for just wnat it was Louis to Normandy. The Rev. W11- -. It'tack of the discredited Searcy- - Monsignor Francis H. Gavisk and church, Rev. Raphael Schulte. O. ipotentiaries. Arthur Griffith alone, Binn Felnere. A tunnel requiring mrfay weekp to frld Avery, who has recently been machine. Speaking of the Joseph "Byrne, of Indianapolis, and F. M.f protestor at St, Boniface bv'Tliwm of his position as Foreign n The Monastery, thi city, wilt teach at Mhileter In the Dail Cabinet, ta cer- construot was employed Thursday at St. Paul, Kian., but was formerly ao Francis Reel!, of Richmond. in. tno Kreaieei worm ui nlgbt in effectteg the escape of some master of novices here, has come days seem to be Right Rev. F. X, Unterroitme!or of St, Francis Preparatory Seminary, tain of belns: deslgpated. John. tatt these e Dail. ateo to flftv interned hhi teinera irom tne back to iLoulsvllle, and Father Cyril Speaker ot veUIon of the negro voter. EwuwvlWe, who will be invested a Oinetoaatl. He will be succeeded by ' and day out leading negroeg monsignor next Sunday, and the Rev, Thomas Ammerlnuer, O. F. M., Ilke'V to be seleted. Barton, is a Ourragh Internment camp In County Mete has come here from Chicago. prteow-oabout iroached and asked to de- - Right Jtev. Theodore S. Meeker, of who Jmmi recently cotw.Wjed hta potion ot BMkine Chllders, w.fao la a KIWaTe, Where guard 1.500 camp te Father. Cyril was once before at-The were under Itached to the Sacred Heart Retreat the Lincoln Independent Oonaersville, who will be invested studies at the Catholic Untveratty, twoaew ot one aot aadetoe' oeuatry squire. ,H mrreuaded by Mvwali rows of 'and boa many friends in LoutevHl-e- . he uew party- of the negro with the ,Mtl on October 2, were WMfctavtoB, D. C. "REFORM" Searcy-Chilto- fACES PROBE Congressional Searcy-Chilto- n Inquiry Proposed Into tho Methods of tho Ku Kluv Klan. Three Separate Formal Iiivestlgji-tloAixj in Progress or Pros-iwct In Chicago. w " J iffjF00Ll Yrrr ETS f&Si rp Slimy Prominent Men and Leading Protestant Pastors Denounce Society. ' HIGH-HANDE- D AND ILLEGAL. Scarcy-Chllto- ln atten-tentlo- Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- HWBHf IRELAND Mon-slgn- or Gair-loc- ce From Washington the news is sent that three separate formal investigations ot the Ku Klux Klan, two by Federal and ono by municipal authorities, are now in. progress or in prospect. United States District Attorney John V. Cllnnln, ot Chicago, has begun an inqury Into the charge that the Klan is operating there in opposition to public policy, and that its officers are making no accounting ot its funds although the collection ot dues Of $10 each from its members and Ha 6aIo of regalia automatically constitute it a corporation operating for prom. Hampton L. Carson, of Philadel phia, former President of the American Bar Association, has commended Col. Clinnin's purpose of investigating tho Klan, which this well known lawyer scores for its modo of 'Making tho law into tls own hands." Mayor Moore, ot Philadel phia, has assigned detectives to investigate tho Clan's activities in that city, where It has recently opened headquarters preparatory to a campaign for niembershlp in Pennsylvania, Now Jersey and Delaware. lit Is expected that a resolution calling for a Congressional inquiry Into the purposes, methods and machinations of the secret organization tho "Invisible empire," as Its officers describe It will be introduced immediately after ' tho Senate and House reconveno following their present recess. A Southern member of the House of Representatives has announced his intention of initiating such Congressional' action. of official Inquisition Into tho origin, designs and acts of this clandestine body, there have been Along with these announcements Searcy-Chilto- Scg-nc- U1-M- er Key-ston- er States-report- s h, - Searcy-Chilto- or-.g- an Soarcy-Chllto- e Mid-na- y. pro-Briti- ipro-oos- ed -- com-Dosltlo- ut Searcy-Chilt- on d p.hnii Vi head-auarter- e. De-lane- y, Kee-ga- n, . Mac-Nel- ll. n ' ' ;. numerous condemnations of it by public officers, leading newspapers and many prominent individuals In the course of tho last few weeks. A resolution denouncing tho organi sation and opposing the attempt to establish it in Cleveland has been unanimously by adopted the Municipal Council ot that city. Mayor Archibald has objected to the Klan's1 in Newark, introduction whero he said there was no room "for an organization which attempts to takcthe law into its own hands." United States District Attorney Cllnnln made known his Intention of investigating tho Klan following the Initiation of 2,376 Chlcagoans into its ranks with weird ceremonies at Lake Zurich, a suburb ot Chicago. Not only was this initiation conof the conducted in defiance demnatory resolution aimed at tho Klan by the House of Representatives of the Illinois Legislature, but It was marked by a bold and unlawful Interference with the rights of travelers on the public highways leading to the place of the fantastic rites. In glaring contradiction to the Klan's pretence or being an organization designed to uphold the law, Its agents were posted along the roads to stop and qeustion eevry passer. The highways wero, practically barred to vehicles and pedestrians before and during the ceremony of initiating the Klan's members at Lake Zurich. This action, characterized by Walter P. Stuart, General Superintendent of tho Illid nois constabulary, as and Illegal," brought a strong condemnation of the organization from him and a pledge that 7,000 men under his command would bo used to combat any campaign of intimidation undertaken by tho Klan. "The action ot tho Klan's members in constituting themselves sentinels and closing the country roads to autolsts when It was lioldlng its d and ilexercises was legal. It may bo an intimation of what Is coming," Superintendent Stuart said. This brazen assumption of power provoked many prominent men of tho Klan. Chicago to denounce Robert C. Hardy is bringing other on organization attorneys into whoso members will offer their services free of charge to all per sons molested by the Klan or Its agents. "I am getting ready to take ac tion against the Klan if it appears responsible for any outrages," saw Mr. Hardy. Bishop Samuel Fallows ot the Reformed Episcopal church, Rev. Dr. John P. Brushingham, former pastor of tho First Methodist Farwell, church; Arthur Burxage head of the Chicago Law and Order League; Sheriff Charles Peters and John "M. Glenn, Secretary ot the Illinois Manufacturers' Association, are among the Chlcagoans who haye spokon in reproval of the Klan. The Morning Legaor, ot newaric, In commenting on the introduction ot tho Klan into New Jersey, says its "name is unfortunately chosen," amd that "it has a. bad reputation" and "carries an odor ot terrorism." The Morning Ledger declares that the presence of the ,organlMt)oB in New Jersey "should be viawed with some apprehension ae opehwr the door to dangeroua poeeibHitles.-"high-handehigh-hande" .- - a ' JbCE2H9?3M30Brsr I t u -- Willing "Workers' September Club social games, at 115 West PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. v Broadway. October 6 Social by Young La Social and Moid Advancement ol IfUh Americana and Catholkl vat3 to ft dles' Sodality and Manoml Social Oitielally Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Me' Club In "St. Peter's Hall, evening Catholic Knight i of America. Institute and only. Ootober 6 Social ot the Young PR1NTINQ CO., Ineotpcrnrf. Publlahers KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Ladies' Sodality and Manoml Social SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NOLBCOPY5C Club, St. Potor'e Hall, Seventeenth and Garland. Matter. entered at the Loulirllle Poitofllco at Oc'otber 19 Social by St. An Wilt Uterty Strut thony's Hospital Sewing Society at I IRISH AMERICAN, CwBiKkitieK to the KENTUCKY transaction---onl- y Ai Trinity Council Hall, afternoon and evening. October 14 Social entertainment of Our Lady of Morcy Sewing Circle, m)couN Made from Choicest Hopi, Malt and J anernoon ana evening, in 117G East Broadway. other Cereals by the old, reliable Fehr October 27 Social entertainment method. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921 afternoon and evening, by ladles of LOUISVILLE, KY Cathedral Atlar Society, In Cathestreet. it to som conclusion at once. Head dral Hall, Fifth PEOPLE ARE WARY. not-money tie reoprts from Dublin and there country there Is appears. tho calm confidence of tho Throughout the , a concerted movement to deprive Irish leaders that thoir cause Is the people of their right to select won. They aro willing to negotiate, they can argue as well as-- fight MAIN467....CITY public officials. "Under tho guise of but they aro in no hurry to accept good government and Miss. Annie McGIll has returned It Is proposed to have School whatever terms may be offered from Atlantic City and New York. Superintendents selected by a little them. They will think It over and Mrs. C. J. Price has been enterINCORPORATED group of "selects" who want to see then it England will cease trying taining her sister, Mrs. Joslo Boone, to It that the people mako.no mis- to forco them to do her will, not of New Haven. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. y theirs, Mrs. Martin J. Donahue has rethere will be peace. But takes. From the School Do turned from a. two weeks' stay at to all of the other offices there must be no coercion. Winona Lake, Ind. would only be a short step, and Valera has mado plain that attemptHOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY Miss Viola. Brady, Highland finally the rights of tho people would ed coorcion on the part of England has returned from a visit toPark, rel! ' be vested In a little coterie which means war. Wo believe that the atives at Stanford. BAKED DAILY British Cabinet Ministers will think would select aW our public officials Ann O'Keefe, Beechmont, Miss Governors, Senators, Congressmen, twice before forcing thtat alterna- has been In Frankfort, the guest of Mayors, etc. The opposition to the tive on Ireland after the past year's Miss Mary Powell. Master Fred Sweeney, ot South direct primary also comes from tho experience. Louisville, returned last week to his C07 WEST BROADWAY Homo Phone City 1843 same Bource, as the agitators believe ool at St. Mary's. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON CRIMINALLY RIDICULOUS. the primary law allows the that Judge Matthew O'Doherty and J. W. BUCHANAN, ManagerShawnee 1175 West 1175 Mre O'Dohertv have returned from VVyVVyVyvyVVVyyyMfVYVVVVVVVVVy common people to make mistakes. - point Pleasant, N. J. There Is no contest for honors hiRetail Yards decisive vote Indiana voters By e Misses Mamie Donahue and Katie recently rebuked tho movement and tween the. Knights of Columbus, th 0LAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY spent the week-enwith upheld by tho Y. M. C. A., or any other organiza May Lally Indianapolis. Incorporated the primary law was undertaking welfare work in friends in EASTERN KENTUCKY voters, who also reserved tho right tion r BLUE GEM Miss Mary Hogan, ot 1044 Sevto select their own School Superin- Italy, writes Editor John B. Ken- enth street, went io Plnevlllo MonFAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL nedy In tho current issue ot Colum day for a three week's visit. Mines: Hinia, Clny County, Ky. tendent. Yards: 29th and Cleveland Ave. REDUCED PRICES ON REPAIRING SCIIOOI CHILDREN'S SHOES Stating the official K. of C. bia. l GOOD LEATER SOMETHING TnAT Misses Julia and Anna Ford, ClifAND "WITH position following the organization's ton, have returned from a two WILL WEAR WELL. WHO DOES TIUS? TIME FOR CENSORS. decision to devote $1,000,000 for weeks' visit in Indianapolis. Mrs. Louis TPranconla is The latest movie world scandal, American welfare work in Italy at ating and resting at the recuperKniepp with 'JFatty" Arbucklo Involved In Pope Benedict's request, tho article Sanatorium, Rome City, Ind. "HE MAKES THEM GOOD AS NEW" a murder case, brings to mind the says: "Wade Dougherty, South LouisClay and Fulton Streets. Columbus, ville, has returned "The Knights ot home after a WHERE? At 045 S. Fourth Ave., Bet. Chestnut and Broadway fact that the censor boards should Iligh Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial. Chapllns, Pickfords, through their entire career as a week's sojourn at Atlantic City. TRY HIS WORK eliminate the City Miss Mary McGrody, ot Jefferson-vlllMain 1058 Fairbanks, Arbuckles and their Uk welfare organization, have not been Homo Phone, City 231 Will Call For nnd Deliver animated by the idea ot contest for has been spending tho past Work Promptly Looked After who take part in disgraceful mar honors. Their idea and their ideal two weeks visiting in Dayton, Ohio. riage episodes and other scandals. has been service. A mere game at ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY Miss Margaret Ford, ot Portland, men of The above typo were all ham fat competition with the service visiting Mr. has returned home after EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME actors and actresses wlio arose to America as a passive barckground and Mrs. John Burke, of Lexington. for the benevolent strife of different FLOYD AND MARKET came ana millions an a single oouna welfare organizations would have LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Harry It. Arbegust Both Phones through their ability to screen well. been criminally Tidiculous. Tho and Mrs. J. B. Arbegust have rego to Italy simply bo- - turned from St. Louis and Chicago. Success turned their heads and Knights Miss Marguerite Hammond left cause it is their duty to go there week in and week out the public is this past week for Youngstown, the head of regaled with the disgusting antics of a call to labor bybo interpreted the Ohio, where she will spend the winin church that can these beggars on horseback. Let no other word but duty. It is curi ter. TV Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. jMr. and Mrs. John Fitzpatrick, the censor boards refuse to approve ous that people who have prospered ENROLL TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20 "We Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. any picture of this filthy lot, thus on this continent which Columbus Jeffersonvllle, have returned from encouraging the good class, of which set out to discover for Christendom, Fairmount, Ind., where they visited Dovoto Your Evenings to Incrcnsiag Yoor Earning Capacity. for the Catholic Christendom which relatives. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET there are many in the movie world, was all the Christendom Columbus Misses Catherine and Rocolla Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. and the public as well. knew, should contribute ot their Ohllgschlager left Monday for St. prosperity to tho strangely illog Louis, where the latter entered Phone City 4503 Phono City 4G93 ical movement that alms to 'don College. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL HAVE MORE HOPE. vert' tho youth of tho land of Co Miss Emma Rasper, of Meadow-brooA Regularly Incorporated Institution of Learning. lumbus from the faith, of ooiumuus d Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and visited last week In The reply of the British Cabinet This 'missionary' paradox Is unsurLouisville, Ky. Park, the guest of Mrs. John 321 Guthrie Stiect. Oldest Bank In th State. of Bchwierman. to the Irish Parliament has not yet passed in all the been made public as we go to press negative religious movements. tho well Thos. J. Brodorick, A dispatch from London states that known plumber, is Btiil confined to LLOYD GEORGE'S OFFER. Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital De Valera .has been inivited to send TWENTY-SIXTwith an Infected band. OPENING OF CROSS SCHOOL delegates to a conference with tho It is a remarkable and unfortuKenneth Hamomnd Is visiting at British Cabinet Ministers on Sep MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. South Bend, Ind., as the guest of tember 20 at Inverness in Scotland nate .fact to which It has been found Mrs. Frank Stroud, and from there necessary to call attention, that the Preparatory Work civen by a collece trained f ac Primary Studies or Colleee go to Notre Dame' It is said that only one condition press in the United willl tne present session, University ulty. All students who have entered college from the Cross School during the Cumb. Phone, Main 9445 Home Phone, City 2589 rpr Is (Imposed and that is the under years have succeeded in obtaining college degrees, and, entering past twenty-fivwill remain States is often much moro British r J. Carlisle Schmitt has entirely proiessions or maKing gaou iu oiuer iieius. standing that Ireland C. B. NEVIAN ART CO. empire. If this report than the English papers themselves recavored freni hl recent operationwith CARRY FULL LINE OP ARTISTS' MATERIALS it and will leavo .tomorrow for Nashcan be taken at its face value, Lloyd This is particularly true when jdlle to lcsunie his duties. Including Wlilto China, Parclunent Lamp Shades, Hamburg's Roman Gold, George has considerably Improved comes to the repetition and circulaDuffy and 'Mr. and Mrs. Laura B. Cross, Ph. D., Principal. Paints nnd Brashes Lessons in China given both Day nnd Night tion of English propaganda slogans dausrhter. Mary Charles of Dallas. Duffy, the terms which ho at first offered Firing Dally CaU or Phono South 881 we were as about Ireland. Lloyd George called Texas, are visiting Mrs. Laura Duffy, 024 South Fourth Street to Ireland and which 319 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ROOM 200 TYLER BUILDING his offer to Ireland "Dominion homo Howard Park, Jeffersonvllle. sured were "very geenrous Indeed." Mrs. William Sheeley and daughIre- rule;" he secured Gen. Smuts' co Wo have llttlo doubt now that AJL,TL, phrase, ter, Miss Blanche Sheoloy, have land will have practically all that operation In coining the been guests ot Mrs. Sheeley'e sister, "What is good enough tor Canada Mrs. It. H. Toll, Highland Park. YOU she asks within a very short time A BUSINESS SCHOOL good enough for Ireland;' Miss Edna Green weW, ot New IPjrosaorliJtIoix The British army In Ireland has should be To Help Yourself newspaper ed Haven, arriyod last week and has CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS been defeated In spite ot its black and certain American bothering to investi- entered Sacred Heart Academy, Ask our graduates. You will find them in the big business houses of City 337 and 355 Main 9102 PHONES record of atrocities and Lloyd Itors, without gate further, have fallen Into lino Crescent Hill, for the ensuing school the city. School Is in progress. Students may, enter any day. FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY 'George has been outmatched In . rear. FALL TERM BEGINS SETBMBER 5 'Put Our Drug Storo Back of Your Prescription" and ropeated the slogan endlessly. diplomacy. Mllss Bertha Rogers arrived, last On the other hand, the London press week from hor home In Frankfort ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ha3 a certain regard for tho proper and entered Sacred Heart Academy, 02S S. FOURTH. AVE. EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING LOUISVILLE, ICY. PHONE CITY 5032 PLAIN TRUTH. use of language. Not a 'few Eng- Crescent Hill, (for tho ensuing school year. H. President Harding has been criti lish editors are now pointing out iMrs. Daniel Cronln and daughter, for saying In a speech that that what Lloyd George has offered Mls3 Helen Cronln, who were visitcized MERCHANT TAILOR there will always be need for armies is not Dominion homo rule, and is ing relatives in Chicago and New Maker of High Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices A select boarding and day school for girls comprising academic. to defend the rights ot nations. certainly not what Canada has con- York, have returned to thoir home in JetfersonviUe. CITY 994 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art, No fault should be found with this sidered good enough for itself. Mr. and Airs. Clement F. Schildt, music, elocution and language. Affiliated with tho Catholic University, Tho Qf a plain truth. statement Masters Itohert Coakley Schildt and Washington, D. O. Accredited to tho Kentucky State University. For- TAICES GEORGIA BRIDE. President is a practical man who Clement F. Schildt, Jr., and Miss Information apply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING returned from a 8115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. Rose Coakley sees things as they are, not as they From the Augusta. Herald we clip trip through) have west. YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE the ought to be. Tho Ideal is 'universal tho following .which will bo of in Mrs. Jame3 A. Wathen announces peace no army, no navy, "in tho terest to his many former friends AVENUE CIGAR STORE engagement ot her daughter, Reopening 440 SOUTHFIFTHSTREET parliament ot man, the federation and associates in Louisville and the Otllle Wathen, to Herbert War- Announcement PHONE CITY 8262 FD7TH Miss LHome Phono City 350G-- L ot the world." But wo have a long members ot tho old First Kentucky, ner Oversliey, Jr. Tho wedding will BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE road to travel before we attain to with whom he served on the Mex- take place In November. tho Mrs. Anna Moore, that, ideal. Meanwhile we must be ican border and as First Lieutenant lands, who has beenofvisitingHighrelprepared to defend our country. In France: Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City atives in Illlnlos, was last week tho highwaymen announcement ot the engage- guest of her niece, Miss Anna The There aro international of abroad, and dt behooves us to be ment and approaching miarrlago Mr. O'Connell, Highland Park. Miss Ada Clara Von Kamp and Mr. and Mrs. 'R. M. McQrath, on our guard against them. (With Costume Balls) Frank J. Higgins will occasion much Miss Hannah McGrath, Miss Bessie 2106 PORTLAND AVE. pleasant comment, despite tho fact McGrath and Miss Bessie Bane, who ADVENT I1ALL, SHAWNEE TEMPLE, DEMAND PAYMENT. Drop in and Get Acquainted! that It has been very generally were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monday, Sept. 10. 2:30 P. M. Phone Shawnee 1416 Saturday, Sept. 17, 3 P, M. known among their friends for sev- F. Volgt, in Jeffersonvllle, have reClasses Wednesday and Saturday Glasses Monday and Thursday During the war the American peo- eral months. Miss Von Kamp Is the turned to Lafayette. Classic, Interpretative, Aesthetic, Ballroom, Toe Dancing Taught IT'S A attractive ple not tho politicians or the third of a group of four most indiMrs. M. J. TIerney and daughters. all of whom are TIRE raised the money to help sisters, in their charm. Miss Von Misses Josephine and Klrwan TIerbonkers vidual England and France out oX their Kamp is a graduate ot Saint Mary's ney, have returned from Chicago, CO. BE A GOOD Academy and is a very bright and where tho Misses Tierney attended difficulties. Now we hear of the as an exceed the University of Chicago for, the Incorporated and slushy after dinner talented girl, as well threo months. OXY-ACETYLENpossesses a ingly pretty E speakers advocating the cancella- sweetness ot one, andand an unaf-- j MAIN 3i Miss Blanche O'Brien and Miss SBRVIOE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT CITY 688 nature Eileen Cllnes have arrived home o tion ot the wr debt by this country. tected cordiality of manner that Good PositionsGood Pav from Montana, where they Bpent the France and England both obtained made her very popular wherever We Train You Quickly and summer months at. Great Falls as H. TULLY Mr. Higgins 1m original MMHgh loot out' of the war to con- - is known. Thoroughly in Our Shops the guests of Mn and Mrs. Frank from Loiaavtne. Ky., but has mai militaristic policy tlaue .thejr They wsre extenJve-B. Flaherty. New Class1 Opening Now FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS his home In Augusta sufficient! entertained and vMted Yellow and no aentfeaenU should be wasted long to have established for him Call or write immediately or Teelphone City 0121, Mainl21G ALSO HOT AND COLD LI SOFT DRINK STAND and- .many points; o in os. either aoyr. Th .UnRed States self a roost enviable popularity stone Park quick among a coterie ot friend g .who are terest, lnchidtag mines and mounTHE BEST IN THE CITY Government should demand tain, peaks. Mr. payment on behalf ot the Liberty devoted to We Rlnker-Cea- Hitfoa te DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED CITY 3328 s Mrs. Itegen Mile announces the Paint President ot the THIRD AND BROADWAY. Bowl and War Stamp buyers who Company. Personally be w a young rnarrlaee ot her, daughter, Wim lB4e sacriflees to MKe u loan. man ot ability and fine qualities, Mary Mllss, to Mr. Otis Raymond ENTERPRISE COAL & ICE CO. and all who know hton vriM be de- Forknar, of Antfarson, Ind., on Tuesi Sspieniber f. AXGTCB AS "WKLL AS FIGHT. feated to mWw that he is to be day, performed by The oereisoay ASK YOUR GR00IR Manufacturers of GeBOTT'8 ORIGINAL the Rev. Patrick was ateimed as. aa Augustas. COLUMNS' AND FLOWER VASES Lon-diYouBff BfftBS is a graduate ot Wateh, of the Soared Heart ohwKfc. CONCRETE JUtA he dtapttebe from ihs oerswony the brkla asd the sea. ot KRKAM FRYDKAKES la evWeat St. Xjajriar's Cottage and Ml HfegiM, After left ttasmedtatoly lor a abort thaw day, aad ERRY BOl FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SBVBNTH AND Mr. asd Mw. WittHaat Knhhr motor rip Jwrteh aaxtety afeowt ttw Irtaa who vriH o to AMiwta for fcb tn4- - aUy t A4nMB LOUiavniLB CRSiM MHO GLSM CO., Iiwerporftte ' PHONSe Parkway 481; South 1437-pNroegh Nrtfcni Xaltee. MKft awl MapMtttee to rwk 28 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING BVENTS. ttAMM IIXi3C AJSOC&TQLXCAJSE. (tVYYVyy That Good Old LISTEN CLOTHES $35 $40 FEHR'S X.-- L Second-Ct- ui 319-32- 1 I It SOCIETY. I Taking home a Suit or Overcoat doesn't end the begins it Does the garment make good? Does it stand the test of wear? bafck If its former punch and exhilarating qualities. Is back again wjth all of Served Everywhere KIRSCHBAUM Order a Case Sent Home CONSUMERS' CENTRA COMPANY Superln-tendenc- 1$30 $45 CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP KORTZ'S BAKERY - d SPECIAL A-n '. STARK COAL CO. NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. 448; e, e$$$$$$$$fc$$$$&$$$$$&t Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' Lo-ret- ta SPENCERIAN k, High-Han- topsy-turvydo- m Af ipi.KJKJ (21 ANNOUNCEMENT. H e National BanK of Kentucky pro-Engli- sh in-th- e xxxjii -- ujwoo ST. , iovrx"Lvjj HELENA'S That Trains ...K:03BY OPEN NIGHT JDIfcXJG CO... Specialists Boarding and Day School For Girls. LEVY Miss Gladys Hambly's Dancing Academy 0SMM "STAR" pol-ftkte- I WELDER e - f Y. M. C. A. Welding School MMMMMOMMMMMOmMMM m, Ur sd M f ) ; bceottjoby ; iifcusHc jjs&jbxxcjm1 "J Phone, City 4300 Comb. Phone, Main 8C80-A i - n . J. BHWK, PntUMt Md Miuftr. P. IJWMH. JR., Vie Pro. tad Trtai. P. BANNON rreoflag, Flae Lining, Fire Brick PIPE CO. Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers In CITY 3b aRdtwpv nP " iS S'V'Aimt m lVf J m&Jtmk Alterations, Phono Oily 1840. SHINGLES j&&. Vam MENS FURNISHINGS 408W.MARKET ST.sSr J m Sswer and Calvert Pipe, WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS CITY HAUL BLDG., 1130-119- 8 WEST MARKET ST. 320W.W1l."TNUTT Banana's Patent Lidded Pipe (or Steam Ceadaits, Wall Ceplatf, Drain Tile, Yitriged, Irick, Fir Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tesi. OFFICE 83 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY B73.1786.SCUMB. MAIN:307. a a? ., avi ..-- . nwiAaa smj iiAbiiHiiM vlsi U1H(U BJIvl vsr.a 3.af(naAim iouirviu.E.Kt REPAIRING' AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY JOHN B. RATTERMAN OPEN FOR BUSINESS WEST END SCREEN WORKS JOHN "WEISS, BtTIIiDER AXD MAKAGEIt FUNERAL DIRECTOR NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE nU r- waiujw w e f Repairing, Jobbing and Store 1 Fixtures ua t t 2114 WEST MARKET STREET gin and utmost value Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1 179. 17 N. Fourth St. FLOORING AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE PORTLAND CLUB SOCIAL. 7 s$PyfiJ? n. to ir THES INTERURBAN JNCOWOHA7ZO 40 S. Brddariaff Braao affmwaeefo S Tar find wltok. Kmjtrm mKP&kM r.eu 317 West Liberty The ladles .of the Portland Democratic Club will entertain with a social next Thursday evening at Hall, tho proceeds to be used tor tho Democratic campaign fund dn that district. The ladles urge a big attendance. SACRED HEART RETREAT. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Nol-liga- n's CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED OUTLET 329JVVKST ' """ '"' Casn' Sma" overllead. - JEFVEIISON STREET u It. Cata. Buy St. Bernard Coal PHONES 932 Nixt To Interurban sBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVMBaflP' Station The Rev. Michael O.'Brlen, C. P., vice rector of Sacred Heart Retreat and pastor of St. Agnes congregation, who lias been to North Dakota on work for tho monastery, returned to Louisville tho first of tho week. SEEK HOLY LIFE. 600 Telephone BJ. 022 BROADWv ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Tlint Are Comfortable, Light rind Durable. THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. Louisville National Bank HuUding, former Walker BUlg. BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY SPALDING SHOE CO. Hemstitching Flexner Building, 314 West Chestnut Street Buttons BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME THROUGH OUR Pleating Braiding Beading Beaked Bags Repaired EASY PAYMENT PLAN Don't put oft papering your homo because of the lack of ready cash. We 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. Wo sell moro paper than any other store' and are able to quote the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Wall Paper, ONE CENT PER ROLL AND UP. Rassell Service Shoppe 307-- 8 Out of the High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND BIAPLE STS. Andrew Hlmmelihaver and John Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock Beck, of St. Mary's church, and John Flynn, Thomas McGrath. and Charles Walter, of Holy Trinity JOHN B. WATHEN church, bright New Albany boys, rUIlNITURD MOVING AND have gone to St. Melnriad Seminary COAL "arlaH !P REDUCED-SE- PT. S8-25 DELIVERY Boston Building Xelllo Russell, Manngcr. 8HB POOLEY FOR HONHY. Loans te those having regular or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeeper! a their personal security. P. R. POOLEY, Building, l, Courier-Journ415 S.' Fourth Street. al to study for tho priesthood. John McBarron, of Holy Trinity, will leave within tho next few weeks to resume his studies at the seminary at Little Rock, Ark. FORTY HOURS. PAGKDfa S80 South Tweaty-etrt- 8.25 West Virginia Lump Taylorf Lump L...Z 97.00 Hazard Lump 93.25 AVcst Kentucky Lump ... ?7.00 25 ccnta per ton less than above prices If coal I3 diimped-ele- d not 8hor- off. -- Wilton Jclllco Lump k DC Shjwraee 1986 Wect 1184 LONG DISTANOH HAULIN Both Phones 2406 Byrne . Speed Coal Corporation Both Phonea 315. . R. 802-8 KORB & SON EAST MARKET STREET, ABOVE SHELBY 1m CHAS. J. MERIWETHER K. A. Xrapp DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 - 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 Chns. Leber Gny Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, CITr 2700 McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY CITY 2324 SEVENTH AND BROADWAY SOUTH 0122 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 and Dealer in Men's and Boys' Manufacturer of Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Etc., at Lowest Prices. Homo Phono City 3G50 G. R. Harness IjIPS 1377 SOUTH PRESTON STREET. When you have bottles to sell see us. have a large stock of all kinds. BOTTLES G20-62- MARION' E. TAYLOR BLDG. TA.MPTON AUBUCHON, Prcs. The dance committee of Trinity LOUISVILLE CEREAL MTT.T. CO. Council, Y. M. I for tho winjer Incorporated Wholesale and Retail WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS season Is made up of Vic Sayer, BEEV, FOXX, VXAX AKX Ed Sauor, William Russell, Chester Manufacturers of the Celebrated AT SAVINGS OP FROM 33 TO 50 All Xlnflg of Smokd Keata CENT. Veter, 0. E. Glenn, Ray Anger, AuBrand SOS BAST JEFFERSON STREET gust Becht, J. J. White, Ben Pike, Because we secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers Elmer Trand, Martin Schoenbachler. "NONESUCH" you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there John Schneider, Ed Mussler. Al Meal, Grits, Hominy, Corn Flour, are patterns and kinds Kaeltne, J. S. Dlttmeelr, P. R. suitable for every room, from your kitchen Dairy, Hog and Poultry Feeds to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooMfj&l Papers FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS HONOR ROBERT BARRY. i FROM 1 CENT TO 1.00 PER ROLL City 30G9;South 1265 SHOCK Robert T. Barry, fonner local TMt TwtnTrf And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers ABSORBERS newspaperman, has been named JotPrtmionlRiar H. A. DOLL Commw effort Cart. Service Station Vlco Chairman ' of the American R. & rial 2d and Libert; Press Council, formed in Washlnc- 804 EAST MARKET STREET ABOVE SHELBY CONCRETE WORK ton to advise and assist Government KY. HASSLER SALES CO. oincla's In arrangement of publicity CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER City 2713 Phones Main 8473 facilities at the conference on limOAKDALE DRUG COMPANY 3 BAXTER AVENUE itation of armament. He is a son of Incorporated Mr. anod Mrs. J. E. Barry, 1408 Either Phone Highland 72 South Brook street. East 572 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE FLY SCREENS TRADES TO BE TAUGHT. Your Patronage, Largo or SmaU, Always Appreciated METAL WEATHER STRIPS Thirty-on- o different trades will be ROBERT E. SCHULER PARK BOO PARK 262 taught 4n the nation-wid- e chain of PLUMBING Knights of Columbus night schools ADAMS & BALLWEY during the year 1921-2Phone Your Want Tn The schools Repair Work Promptly Attended To Shawnee 800 .West, 9200 will reopen generally the first week 1009 MARY STREET 073 BAXTER AVENUE C. In Phono City 5708 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY or October with a fresh enrollment 100,000 students, according to CUT RATE DRUGGIST current estimates, this number not O. E. Davis Including L. P. Blackburn N. E. COR. TWENTY-SIXT- n i Maple AND MARTrrcr. by last Garden HIGHEST QUALITY BLACKBURN & DAVIS year's students. LOWEST PRICES" Home Phone, Oluur. B. City 7005 Zrapp At St. Williams' church, Thirteenth and Oak, of which the Rev. father Timothy Is pastor, tho forty hours' devotion will open tomorrow morning with high mass and exposition, coming to a solemn close on Tuesday. A number of visiting priests will assist at tho services. DANCE COMMITTEE NAMKD. REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph TORNADO, Routllnger BUY NOW INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES CORPORATION Offers Sound and Profitable Investments In New Louisville Let us explain to you the advantages of becoming an originalIndustries Investor a high class manufacturing concern In 315 Guthrie Street. M FIEE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 128 SOUTH THIRD STREET INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES CORPORATION Incorporated KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET PER fflASSL) m KORB SON 621-G2- PHONES 2. ARTHUR WOERTZ Tree t .$ When you want to buy bottles we . City 8714 F. W ALWBS & SON 8 PLUMBENG AND HEATING; 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE -- -Kome Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 4,1 2-- W STRICKEN BY PARALYSIS. n, Eighteenth and Bernheim Lane Fchr Avonue A. L CUNN HOME PHONE, CITY 6574 BAKER AND CONFECTIONER Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1300 WSST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J ICECREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET The Right Rev. Thomas O'Gor-mavenerable Catholic Bishop of FRED SOmOK, Prop. tho Eastern Diocese of South Dakota, on Tuesday suffered a stroke of paralysis and at noon was unconscious. He is seventy-eigyears C. A. KOERNER & CO. old and for many years hag been ono GENERAL CONTRACTORS of the most prominent ohurchmen in tho Northwest. Bishop O'Gorman OFFICE AND YARD: was ordained November 5, 18G5, and was consecrated as second FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS Bishop of Sioux Falls on April 19, LOUISVILLE, KY. 1896. In his diocese there are about 140 priests and 200 churches. HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES ht Soft Drink Stand ANDREW HOME PHONE, CIY 5806 EILER BROS. DEALERS IK AXA KINDS Or SECOND-HAND HENRY AND TIGHT AND SLACK BARRELS AND KEGS LOUISVILLE, KY. .. , 078-08- 2 UNDERIHLL STREET 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired SONS JOHN RE00IUS DOLL BUGGIES AND HUSH RUBBER TIRES PUT ON MADLS FULL LINE OP TOYS, NOVELTIES, Em , CITY 9208 217 WEST MARKET STREET Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE BOTH PHONES SCHULMAN'S GROCERY WE DELIVER AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES GADDIE & ROSENHAM 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS WORK DONE PROMPTLY HOME PHONE, CITY 757C C. J. KEMPER IN SEASON PHONE CITY 159S iSOFTDBINKS Authorized dealers for The. les, Bowling Alleys, supplies ana Accessories, lay. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Brunswlck-Balke-Collender POCKET BILLARD TABLES JOHN OGLE ttfTH AND JEFFERSON id 841 line of sample laoiea on COMPAJSTY LOUISVILLE, KY. Incorporated Bait 916S WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT JVERYTHING TO EAT AND PRINK AND BRBOXINRIDGl O "ROM I ES I G90, J. ROUZOR, Pre. All Kinds of Footwear For tho REPAHIING OF ALL KINDS The following officers were electWhole Family CITY 1705 ed by Now Albany Council, Knights Two IIASIBLY'S Stores DRUGS of Columbus, at their last meeting: DAVIS Postmaster John A. Cody, Grand 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 Prescriptions Our Specialty Kinght; Arthur Huckleberry, Dep- 18th and Mngazino City 7104 DRUGS uty Grand Knight; "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" Edgar Colin, EVERYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD Chancellor: Arthur Zoeller, FinanPHONES: CARRY IN STOCK PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY cial Secretary; Edward Grants, CorCumb., South 1S81 and 9211 responding Secretary; Joseph S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON Home, City 1881 and 1882 Bruns, STREETS Davdd Jones Treasurer: FOURTH AND HELL STREETS Warden; Leon Gohmann, Inside Home Phone, Shawnee 550 PORK PACKER Guard; Benjamin Freeman, Outside Guard; James Q. Naber and Arthur FALL FETE. Gregolre, Trustees. Beginning Octo- Boiled Hams a Specialty NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. ber 1 Incorporated The Sewing Circle of Our Lady of Trinitythe Knights wfll meet at Holy Hall. Mercy will give a fall fete at 1176 RECEPTION FOR EVERYBODY. East Broadway on Friday, October FORMALLY LAUNCHED. 14, afternoon and evening, for tho Arrangements for a public recepbenefit of the building fund of the 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING tion on September 28 at the Tho LOUISVILLS, KY. Convent of Mercy. An. enjoyable formallyKnights of Columbus have tion Home, 957 South Fourth Visitastreet, time Is promised all who attend. American launched their $1,000,000 were made at the first fall meeting J. B. OhUgschlager, President history movement with the A. J. Ohligsshlager, Secretary An appetizing spaghetti lunch will of the Board of HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 be prepared by Mrs. Hasseiwandor offer of $7,500 in cash prizes to con- tho home Monday Directors held at afternoon. From testants and Mrs. Lurlsl and served by Mrs. petition, in a national history com- 6 an ,the afternoon until 10 manuscripts for which are Hauck 'and Mrs. Glass1. The Pres- now being o'clock at night tho home will be received. Edward F. ident of Jthe society, Mre. Carrie of Boston, is Clialrman of thrown open to ,the public for InRopke, requests that all members BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT C, History Com- - spection. (Sister Mary Aloyslus, the attend the meetings which will be the K. of ana American Francis Egan, now Superior, will welcome the vis mislsfon, Maurice CABS AND TRUCK BODHJS A SPECIALTY held every Thursday preceding the former Minister to Denmark; Rear itors. Officers of the organization festival at 1176 East Broadway VARD3TY WOODWORK S. Benson; Charles are President, Mrs. Joseph HutchL REPATRTWO. Admiral William . McCarthy, professor of American ins; Vice President, Mrs. Charles 085 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY 827 DELEGATION TO DEDICATION. history In the Catholic University of Smith; Recording Secretary, Mrs. v George Burkley; Corresponding SecTC. of C, has America and former professor of his- retary, New Albany Council, Miss Ka.te Collins, and Treastory at Pennsylvania University, with selected a special committee, con- George Derry, professor of political urer, Mrs. D, X. Murphy. sisting of Messrs. Naber, Grantz and Welnmann, to organize a delega- economy at Union College, complete SAVING SCHOOL ANNALS. tion from New Albany to attend the the personnel. HOME PHONE CITY 2528 dedication of the Father Glbault Miss BWaabeth R. Kearney, hisCROP PROSPECTS POOR. Homo lor Boys, an institute of the torian of the International Federa- 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY Indiana Knights of Columbus1, near of Catholic Kent'uckyV-croprospects now in tion! suggestions Alumnae, has 6ent Terra Haute. The dedication will out for promoting the take place October 9. Father Meini-ra- dicate that potatoes will be not much work of the historical department of RoUck, formerly of Georgetown over half that of last year. Apples, the preserving of the annalB of the township and at one time an. in- peaohea and pears are reported alschools of America. Amonsr structor in the New Albany Busi- most a comjpleta fiallure. Corn ateo the recommendations sho suggests, ness: College, is one of the in- shows a loss that Willi be felt These there should be permanent efficient forecasts are from the United States press committees to publish' the structors in. tha institution. Bureau and the Kentucky DejjRrt-me- activities of the schools represented. Phoae City 7555 1053 Go.. Avenu. of Agriculture. ESTATE FOR SCHOOL. Governors are asked to appoint his-- j The Chrlatfan Brothers Institute tonane wno will collect these Dress of New, York has purchased MalWILL HAVE TALK TIME. clippings, programmes, offiyial comCHAS. SCHUPP i j vern Hall, the 960 acre aetata of the munications and i alumnae literature EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STRUTS late John U. T3rookmu at Weat The dtoarmameet conference will and forward them to the federation Park, N. Y ooi wa4e& K le planned be hld' in the hail of the Annariean wstorlan, when they wMl be recordSOFT DRINKS AND HOT LUNCH to build &i college, T)te InMRuUon, In, to buMdfog, ed in the hlstorJeal department'. The it te stated, wM be Sk a normal WAhtogtea, D. C. The eon foresee, 7ntraa40ali Alumnae FedSfatioa ', TBM BB8T IN THH CITY ; ., sehool to. train young- ma m teaoh- - it U said, wM last at least two wJU meet to LouisvtWa in Oetoser, SHAWNtM SS moat ha. drop 1N Qm AQQVAmTmD 122. ELECTED BY KNIGHTS. EtON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS ' ? R. A. Fine's Pharmacy TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. fiGREENUP HENRY FISCHER . GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-5- OTTO J. OSTER MASON GOSS ' d Hot Ghile and All Kinds Ca-tholte JOHN TAPHORN j Sandwiches at Pa-Aert- en - ,.A tiO&l&rFXHOJ&nr A... A Ji.JKJC&EK JkMJ&lBUlscjaJ&.r Franklin Gas Burners BASEBALL TODAY and TOMORROW WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND tAtmAlllJkfaitttltiltiAlltettet Aglet t I o HERMAN STRJWJS.4 SONS FURNACES Overhauled and Cleaned LOUISVILLE vs. j J f TOUffTH AVCHUCl KG6m3bffC TJASKCT STHBET We Give and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. $1.00 &3J J; ", E. G. HEART1CK East 2173 $ CltySlSl 915 E. ! INDIANAPOLIS JmSSAS!- R"erWl M,u Broadway fit DRAaHAFlRlSONftjflL BR.C& 8TRASSBURQ- - (ft '!': OPEN SUNDAY IF YOU NEED BOYS' SUITS GOOD MUSIC. Mark Sales, Pres. J. C. Jacobs, sec. ana xreas. L. (JRAUMAN & 00. "Incorporated Dealers In All Kinds of Offlos and Store rixtures, Safes, Cash Serfs-te'Show Cases, Counters, Shelving, Sto. S10 WEST MAIS STREET Home Phone, City 1S8S n, E r ttl (! i ' i to Decayed teeth In your mouth permitted will go Um In or without being extracted Solson your system. This poison lodging In the Joints Sf your body op In some organic region causes dtatw In many and sickness of a most stubborn character that are not cases will not yield to medical treatment and cured until the teeth are finally extracted..until you are not wait, w Buwrest that you do to lose your teeth In order much suffering, forced, life, when In this offlce your teeth are to save your gentle attended to by experienced hands that work withamlnl-mnpain to care and modern equipment, reducing of teeth Nitrous Also where In the 'ixtracUon rendering the Oxide and Hydrogen Is administered, operation absolutely painless. mono or call at our ofllco today. Office Hours: 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.; Monday, Wednesday, Satunlny. 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.; Sunday, 0 A.M. to 12 Noon. m Don't Expose Yourself to Disease and Poor Health FRED FEIGE & SON 431 E. MARKET ST. SHOES AUTO PARTS FRED ERHART For Every Member of the P&mily at We have the largest 'stock stock of new late model parts Ire yoar toys en cdaosttoa tiuri will prepare thsm for life at a great saving price. Ring College Gears, Pinion Gears, Axle St. Xavfer's lia W. Broadway, SokIstUIs, JCy. Shaft, Spider Gearsr etc. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE NEW AND USED 50 to 90 Per Cent. Off. LOUISVILLE $10 i i ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. DBS.HfiEEEON crry4r593-28lSF0DKTI?3cixy45)3. Corner Fourth and Jefferson -- riy. wV Vi&At it juaut- - vuttcuco wuuf "rrjWjjJvrs ii ,H ..i M wbu' pih ii .Lumxi-na- - Conducted by the Xarerlaa Brother. Business ScltnUflo and CUuwlcaJ. Courses, Preparatory Department, IrgSwimming; Pool, well equipped Gymnasium. Torms moderate. Bre. Benjamin, Dlr. We are offering vou these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate- terials, splendidly tailored and fin- ished I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW ; i j JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED 1820 - LoalsrUie, Kjr OFFIOB OUTFITTERS PRENTBBA STATIONERS SsUbUshed iSBTsaTaTSaTSVfr glW&jaBeW Ij i Practice limited to diagnosing We offer excellent Coffee, ORj. and correcting defects of Eyesight OeJL by the fitting of proper glasses. three pounds for prlct This means only another decrease over the old SUITE 310 STARKS BLDQ. for this Coffee. This is tbebest Coffee for the price Third Floor on the market. Give us a trial. Coffee Prices Lower DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST sio THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA 4jaaAAAAAAjawjkg VVV BvwTWWWf Eunova Cigar Hcrm Pcrfccto Schroer's Smokers - '(UNION MADE) DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS AUTOPARTSANDTIRE COMPANY 516-51- Home Phono, City 6041 JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAItKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO C P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT SCHROER BROS. Manufacturers of FINK CIGARS 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The Customer Will Know1 That You Watch His Interests If You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS 8 E. Market Street PHONE CITY 7798 FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet CALL KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. L.KOELLNER PLUMBER 628 S. SECOND STREET Both Phones 2344: KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4202 GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS! Young Women Wanted Catholic young women wanted to act as solicitors for Catholic MagCandy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty azine In their own home town. Liberal commission. Apply with refer1930 West Market Street ences to The Far East, Omaha, Neb. Phono Shawnee 2347 FINE CANDIES LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Lonlsville at this safe, conservative bank. Homo Phone City 3820 Most Attractive Restaurant Near Union PLEASED GREAT AUDIENCE Ono of the largest audiences ever assembled In Holy Name church THE VERY BEST SWISS CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS Pl"t gathered Sunday night for the dedication services of the new pipe organ at which the Very Rev. J. P. - Geo. Waidlein SOFT DRINKS Cronin, V. G., and the Very Rev Delicious Pastries a Specialty. Joh"n T. O'Connor, the pastor of the OF 917 AVest Broadwnj , Louisville church, were the principal speakers. Father Oronln's address had 4o do and tho Cumb. West 295 with mus.Ic "humanity. Influence, of the birtwlti Mi Atarnl Nails SclwWteiHj TmM Home Shaw. 105 organ on He spoko of the preference which composers had Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsey With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. shown for religious music, and said, as proof of this feeling, tiliat Mozart Cklrayodist Shampooed. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or onee declared he would rather be FLORIST 607 the composer of ithe "preface" of Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. Starlca Designs, Plants tho high mass than of all the music Cut Flowers, Baildia he had given to the world. Tho nd Greenwood. Btk PhoM Where the hosae Is history of the effort Oils people had made to obtain, tlhe organ, was the INCORPORATED brightest Home Phone. Shawnee 803 CALL US FOR theme of Father O Connor's talk Where 009 South Sixth. the work U This effort, he said, was symbolic of rtfiinn i 1 Sntli Fourth. HENRY GO lightest; tho growth of the church In other ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING directions. The services' marked Where the meal u WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Tia Roofs Repaired sad Painted also tho 'completion of Interior dec cooked best; FOR ALL PURPOSHS One of orations of the church. Asphalt Shingles a Spoeclalty Where the range stands these Is (the Mosaic, recently In- Kestacky OoBsamera Oil Oompaajr 2011 WEST BROADWAY the test stalled, which is a duplicate of one Keatncky the where That's of the masterpieces of St. Mark's LoHlsTllle F. P. Valinoti Electric Co. "Qnlck Meal" comes Cathedral. It was made In the Venetian glass art studios. GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. "Wo Use the Golden Rale" QaleV Mssl GasRsat"" Sola. Installed and 423 South Fourth Street 913 WEST MARKET STREET Fourth Floor BROTHER ANDREW RETURNS. Station. Restaurant EPPING'S UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND CORNS,BUNIONS SIMON PONTRICH Met j. Where work h SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Where the Quick Meal Comes In doe Where reed faut Twenty-eight- h Oil and Grease Weekly Savings Club eooSd; M Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home Where balds glrea lighti Where dredge Is ssj sight where That's "Qnlck Meal IIIeI ly RaoeniBBad4 215 City 4782 cr-iv- r ' :$TART ONE THIS KINTH WITH THE LA1-,AJJ- UI Rev. Brother Andrew, who for INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER MARKET ST. M many years was connected with the INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE Cathodral school and later at St, WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS Xavlers' College, Is now In charge of AND REPAIRS St. Lawrence Institute for Working Fourth aad Central AtCbbo, Boys. Brother Andrew has many Parkway 50 Home Phone, friends In Louisville who are glad 9235-- J Cumb. Phone, South to see him back again. For the past QliORB 8HOUR1TY A LOAN 09 several years he has been located at fiieererates. Mt. St. Mary'e In Baltimore. A. Lazar, Maaaser AL. S. ,SMITH, PROP. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST SOCIAL OLUR ELECTS. Money Advanced oa Yoar PUIb Rett ii 812 West Jefersoa Street TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVD8. Mockln Social Club will Boon open Sooond Flftor) TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Its fall series- of reception dances Eloms Phone City 39S7. and tho young people of the West are on the qulo vlve for the AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING End BOTH PHONES 810. . renewal of these pleasant affairs. UPHOLSTERING, At a meeting last Sunday the folC. CARL STOLL, lowing officers were elected: Ed- SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi Otho Window Shades, Curtwln Hangers, mond Warrlsse. President: PLUMBER Adams, Vice president; Leo ConnelCleaning Oil Shades. STEAM GAS FITTING .. SEWERAGE ly, SecretaryTreasurer; John Dolan, DOMESTIC Offlce and Works Recording Secretary. 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET 24(1 E. St. Catherine. Phono 0301 19 V Western Kontucky Phones City 5826; Main 1264 jJEFFERSONVILLE. We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and n STATE PAIR MISTAKES. Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best coal Jeffersonvllle Council, Knights of and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their PLAY aUNNEATOLIS NEXT. WillColumbus, has elected Charles The close of the Kentucky State NOW. Let us have your order TOD AY. Special is1. Grtmd ilCnleht: Charles O'Brien, Fair today demonstrates that the We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. The Louisville ball team closes lta Deputy Ho-ra- n. Republican partisan management Is Orand Knight: Arthur reduced pnees on car loao smpiucuia. present series with Indianapolis to 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Chancellor; Joseph Hochadel, a itallure. Not one person In a thou morrow, taking an ore aay Aionaay, Clifford Horlander. Re in the HARVEY-JELLIC- O then comes tho battle for tho Warden: Secretary: James A. Dixon, sand of the white peoplethe lair city and bo of Louisville attended pennant flag with 'Minneapolis. The cording iOtCOHFOKaYSD) Secretary: Frank J. cause of the management's cheap comes here Tuesday for a Financial latter M. Do appealing to clap trap Fopo and Payno Streets. Yard and series of three games, and If tho Braun, Treasurer: Matthew Inside politicalRepublicans. of White people Magnolia. Miller, negro Yard IOOO S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. can. win two out of three lan. Advocate: Ellis Colonels Outside Guard: wore not desirous of seeing white Main 033. City 1450. Plain Office 411 Starks It will pretty nearly decide the flag Guard; John Weber. women and girls forced, by tho State race. Tho Monday off day will be James L. Leonard, Trustee. Homo City 200S Cumb. Mala 2098-- a Fair management into using the welcome to tho LoulsvlMe players as Tho Goose on Wrapper Is ssuranco ThatN same toilets and rest rooms as the ITALIAN PARADE PLANNED. they have taken part In fourteen negroes. And another reason of the past twelve days, this Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes games in the."an awful strain on a With a float representing the land- State Fair failure among city res having heen shores1 of idence Is tho attempt to foist a lot Ik K9 Are the Original. Manufactured ay pitching staff practically composed ing of Columbua on ofthe Louisville's of and rotten Midway Cullop, Tlncup and America, members of Sanders, GDMSBULAND MAIN 3971.3 BOUBPHONBSft In appeal to the Koob. Manager McCarthy deseryeB Italian Colosv. lor the flrst time Co showp that wouldn't road showing of the the city's Watosiy, will celebratea pa- residents of Hogwallow Guteh. Tho credit for the xNOORroau.ro Legislature should wain IiOulsvllle, Ky. toam and It is up to the fans now to lumbus day, October lzi, be followed next present conduct of Investigate 1801 Story Avenue. the State appreciation hy turning rade da the Attsrnoon, to TyJor Ho the" show their out in old Ume numbers to root for at night by a dsnee at the Wednes- Fair. Meetings held, ec& the flag and (the little world's series. tel. night i axe organisation's club DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. day thev rooms, 217 West Jefferson street, MOURN IHS DEATn. Miser Roes Agnes Roll, he newly Tho proceed, from the dance will be Deputy Resent of Many friends and relatives mourn used toward a fund for a Cbrltsmas appointed State hospitable and attracMake your horns children. Officers (ho Daughters of Isabella for the a tree for the death of Jeremiah AdCadba. Kentucky, will arrfivo In tive this winter by the the addition of former member of tho police force used .toward a fund for a Christmaa State of Friday evening, Septem secretary, josepn Louisville and tor many years a respected res-ide- Frank Lavtel; attractive and correct lighting. ber 1'6, and wwl be at tho Seolbach of this city. He resided at lula, and Treasurer Antonio CIresI. Hotol until Saturday noon, at which street, nd to sur1706 time she will leave for Weet Louis- mtr WILBRE POLICE EXCEL. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTIN G FURNITURE vived Weet Oak daughters, "Mm. Nell-tby two ville, taklnsr wltfh her the degree O'Hssrn; Doyle and Mfas Ani Anothsr aobtevsmen in wbksh the team of the LoutevIHe Circle to In Dennis two sons, Jsanes and elrcle there. Miss Camille O'Hearn; three brothers, Patrick, good town of LoaisvWe exosJs its itiate a formerly with the National Detent, Jofcn and Hdward O'Hearn, and a nvkHis iMigfabor, Lxtetoo, k tbat Council of OthoUc Women in Wssfe-lagUfv nien FuBri who know a ritar. Miae Katl O'JUftMi. WHHwu'e of hvta oa good poHs ej md. wUl address the Lou4evttle autawribbtte when St. swvtoss were bld bjrMsW. Oltr Circle at tltetr meeting oa Tuesday fn7-TMJW18TJKFF1B80N Mto' TJwoaey riRev. Uw ss ,, mwttVMs. eaiua th Father mss. i evening, September 29, at K 0. Hall. LSMtSCtM SmM. Ualrtnal F&m Ligktisg Pkato. "T Qrytfel lUotriit WmImt Mid DON'T FORGET THAT jc nTc?urtrn U. aJFVJri, w QRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME South Louisville Bank GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Funeral Director FRED WARNS, JR. IS THE OF PURE MILK - and Embalmcr "ASK YOUR GROCERS." -- RALPH SHAW COAL- I Tt 4wfwe8ateweeseactii Wl9t1nW9WtW-J?t'i- satis-factio- COAL COMPANY ElYtor, ! Funeral Directors and Embaimers I both ijHcoija;fts. MAGIC SOAP COMPANY jgwvvtivvteAvv1 J. J. BARRETT'S lllIHI)IHMlUIImIIHmmiMH; SONS Brighten Up Electrically! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 0'Hm, Itlln m e Eaaat street. iVtWVVVtVWSAVWtVtWVj nt. Sl k1 ELECTRIC - SPECWLTY Wtic. COMPANY ev im 87 t TX L. DirectorBjA.S.1 Embalm Fanral 'ti ele-Jufctt- Jt-stu- mttte 1