You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Kentucky Irish American: October 1, 1921 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 kec1921100101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: October 1, 1921 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKE TO HEICKB WCOHStRVATION STORE l fit KNRT AqtMig Ytu Mir Kiad HARDWARK HE1CK MIDUK GO. 323 W. Market St. 6ota Ptmnit 432 loulsle. Kj. jLV.L J 1 14. JL U vi Bl 1 VOLUME XLV1I.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1921 Irish American Sodality will take part and the fifteen banners emblematical of the Rosary will be carried in the pro cession. The annual collection tor the Dominican novices will be taken up at all the masses tomorrow. PHONE: HOME OR HM LslnWiTMkrttTriKtrS Incorporbt4 Krerjr DrlTer an Bicort 1800 PRICE FIVE CENTS. - they know .they had been assessed $35 each by the Republican Campaign Committee, and that J. H. Scales, former circulation manager of the machine Herald, was collecting this money. Butj you'll have to glvo Mr, Selllgman the benefit of Spcnkcrs Entertain City and. County tlio doubt. Maybe ho doesn't know this unlawful assessing is being Emplojes nnil Families nt done. Opening. Then amid the blare of tmmnetR. the shouts of tho tired pavers, the I 6lici vieuuere aim uuuui of the ulcere ! Benny "Mack" Brumleve, ami Drain AVorkcrs and Pav- I Board of AVorks, waltzed on the Sewer rostrum to itll how he had been el's Chuckle nt "Keynoter" fighting for "reform" for lo, these many years. Mr. lmimevo evident-y- l mill "Mrick." sized up his audience as a crowd of jays and suckers as he fed them a lot of guff that wouldn't bo Bwal-lowby any gathering of IntelliAVoulrt Allow Quln io EnMachine gence. Ho begen with an awful deforce Sunday HIuo Laws, But nunciation of Col. "Jim" AVhallen, who has not taken an active part in Xo Others. "REFORM" INDICTMENT IGNORES HIS BACKGROUND. I 1a.. . : politics for the last four years, and coupled that with a tirade against the Buckingham Theater which has been closed for nearly six years. Tho wonder was that someone in didn't protest that big audience against tho speaker's insult to their Jof-- Intelligence. Many The voters of Louisville and would rather fonson county are now viewing an- - have heard Mr. Brumleve toll the other series or tableaux entitled secret ot his successful! sale of "Reform," under the stage direction "Mack" trucks to contractors and n Company, the corporations of the do business with leading characters being portrayed tho Board ofthat ATorks, consequently by Helm Bruce, Lolusvllle's leading doing business with. Mr. Brumleve, apostle of reform, ably supported by Mho is a member of the Board of EdwaTd Works. Ben ''Mack" Brumlevo, A'es, sir, "reform" works "Assessor" Hill, Innocent Joe In a queer way. Mr. Brumleve deBurllngame, nounced Col. "Jim" AVhallen, who "Governor" Tommy Butler, Pete Bttzer and played politics on tho square for Harvy Burns. The reform company tho benefit of his friends, and sees staged Its first big production last nothing wrong in his own conduct Friday night at the Gypsy Smith of selling "Mack" trucks, for which Tabernacle amid a blazo of red he is sole agent to contractors and lights and fireworks. It is said corporations. many la the audience folt perfectly "Mack" Brumleve was loudly apat home with .the selection of red plauded by near Mayor Smith, who lights. Despite the rain and threat- sat on tho platform, and who for Helm Bruce, the "Keynoter" of the Republican "reform" ening weatlher there was a big audi- four years has also worked for "reence present, and let It be 6ald right form" by allowing the n seems to be going it blindly. n here that a big audience was asmachine to conduct his sured In advance, rain, or no rain. to suit Itself Tho near Mayn machine ordered or is n great booster for "reform" The every city and county employe, Key- along the linos of tho Brumleve fireman, policy, as in four years ho lias taken stone policeman, "hick" their wives, daughters, brothers-in-lamore money out of the secret service fathers-in-laalsters-iln-lafund than any Mayor, in history, mothers-in-launcles, aunts and and as an apostle of "reform" took every conceivable kin to be on hand. the little old measly .$189 left over Failure to be present meant trouble from Mayor Buschemeyer'e admin- country vhere the people are so conunjust and high handed to ask the for the absentee. istration. Bruce, the former attor- siderate and liberal and where the Sinn Fein to stultify its attitude by The poor old street cleaners, ney for tho bookmaklng syndicate ravages or the great war and social abandoning its' standpoint. constreet pavers, sewer and drain work gamblers; Brumleve, tiho upheavals are not so much in evi"The Sinn Fein has offered to Friday tractor's IdeaV salesman, and near dence," Cardinal Mercier told his ers turned out en masse. enter the conference for the purpose afternoon representatives of the Mayor Smith, two took the last pen nephew. Cardinal Mercier is proof finding a solution which would n machine presented all ny out of the taxpayers secret iuna: foundly interested In the struggle two car What a trio to be advocating "re- for Irish independence, Dr. Mercier Speech of AA'inston Churchill at terminate ithe quarrel between Ireof tlheo workers with land and 'England. The only thing How reports. "He is watching the develchecks ot ride to and from the form" on a public platform. that mattered would be the final Dundep Increases' Hope For meeting. ' AVith the checks came the proud Harvey Burns, Tommy But- opments in Ireland with anxious agreement. Tho opinions expressed order that any man failing to at- ler, Pete Bltzer, the other "reform" mind," he said. "He knows It means J'oace.' during tho conference would bo tend need not report for work the workers must have been and how much to the whole world to have merely opinions, which would bo next day. Street foremen and bosses lustily they all joined in at tho close England and Ireland in agreement." wiped out by that agreement." were stationed right inside the door singing Chesr Searcy's favorite hymn Sniping and rioting broke out to check off the tired and woary 'H you ain't got no money, you Proposal For Parley Expected to Bo again in East Belfast Monday mornGIRLS' HOME OPEXS. workers who were there to boost for needn't come around." ing and the riot act was read at Continued hi Premier's "reform." All through .the. dreary The eecret Is out as to Judge Tho Visitation Home for AVorking noon throughout the riot areas. ReBruce, "Holdfast" Quin's contract with the speeches of "Keynoter" Xotc. South Fourth street, in inforced by troops, tho military are n according to rumor. Girls, 957 tho Sisters "Mack" Brum'leve and "Innocent" of patrolling all streets and additional Selllgman the pavers and sewer Quln knows that if elected he must charge Mary Aloysius of Mercy with Joe Suas Mother Sister armored cars and armored autos are and drain, workers would be prodded obey the dlstates of the machine and perior, was formally opened with a being brought from Dublin. It was every now and" then by their leaders reappoint Burllngame, Petty and a"l largely delightful reot wake up and applaud the "re- of the other machine followers, but ception attended andafternoon and Conference AVHI Take Place in Lon stated that several batteries of artillery and further battalions of infanEvery time Helm to save his pride and help his "re- evening, AVednesday form" orators. don About tho Middle of to the public try also were en route to the city. Bruce told how bitter ho was form" promises he is to be allowed been Invited. which new home is had tho Lorries equipped with powerful October. against gambling the city employes full latitude In the enforcement ot outgrowth of The Visitation Home the searchlights already .have taken up would yawn loudly, while jthe "Key- Sunday blue laws, which is Quin's positions to locate snipers. stone" police who collect from the hobby. Ho will issue on edict clos- established on AVainut street many exA proclamation prohibiting the gambling games for the machine ing Sunday picture shows, baseball years ago, and tho unanimous is pression was that the institution chuckled and nudged one another purkH, jmjoI rooms, billiard parlors a credit to Louisville and the Cath- SOLUTION STILL HOPED FOR. assembly of three or more persons In tho riot zone in Nowtownards In tiho ribs. The wise ones In the and all amusement places and then olics of Louisville and Kentucky. Road in East Belfast, tho scene ot "Don't Music was furnished by the orhces-tr- a audience wonder it "Keynoter" eay to tho church people. fierce fighting Sunday, was issued Bruco really believed that tiho pres- you m I'm strong for reform." He Lady ot Mercy AcadMonday evening, ent administratoin was opposed to will be allowed to do this as the emy,from Our Harry J. Boland, close associate at 8:30 o'clock. to become effective Keenan, and Mrs. Thom'asTho disorders were above amusement place spay no gambling. of Eamonn do Valera, and who has not Mrs. AVlllIam Duane, Mrs. George by Sinn by n maahlne Hoertz, to the How grandly Bruco talks against been an active participant In the the orealed element, Felners, but be Mrs. Charles AV. Smith, Mrs. who seem tho evl's of race track gambling, fund. But Quln will not bo allowed George Rankin, Mrs. J. B. Arbegust, Sinn Fein councils since his arrival yond Orange but how .silent he Is on the gambling to stop gambling games or close Misses Minnie Hoertz, Genevieve from New A'ork in August, expressed truce control and have broken the that has. been strictly observed In stocks of the many corporations bootlegging joints because they nro Dowllng, May McGinn, h optimism AVednesday over tho prosRose outside the Orange localities. ho represents. The old "Keynoter" a source of revenue to tho machine, Tho speech of AVInston week-en- d and many others assisted in pects. of The aftermath of sees an awful wrong In some young nor will ho lie allowed ito interfere greeting tho guests. Churchill, Secretary for Colonies, in bloodshed in Belfast tho gives four dead woman wagering two beans with tho police and detectives who man or Joseph Dundee last Saturday had increased and forty-tw- o Tho officers are In hospitals, many of on Gallant Lad to win the Ken- collect tho machine's takeout. Some Hutchlngs, President; Mrs. Charles his hopefulness, he Indicated. MrJ Mrs. whom aro tucky Derby, but he sees nothing of the speakers have been laying it Smith, Mrs. Minnie Bosche, Mrs. Boland will sail for New York next Many womenin a critical condition. and children were sewrong in the gambling In stocks of on pretty tlhtck about the pious GodBuschemeyer, AMce Presidents; Saturday. verely wounded and may die from his corporation bosses and asso- fearing- man Quln is, but does any- John George Burkley, Recording Invitation of Sinn Fein leaders to wounds received In Sunday's bomb ciates. "Reform" is a beautiful one doubt for a minute that Quln Mrs. a conference to be hold in London Mrs. D. F. thing, but how queer it works in the knows gamblers and bootleggers aro Secretary; Miss Kate Collins,Murphy, about the middle of October was ex- explosion. Further reports ot a secCorreTreasurer; ond bomb, thrown date minds and consciences of some of being assessed for his campnlgn sponding Secretary. They and the pected to be contained in Prime In Mlllwater street off Sunday night York road, our apostles of "reform." Many are fund? Minister Lloyd George's final reply Chairmen n machine is comprise of the various committees to Eamonn de Valera which it was state that it exploded In the midst surprised to ses thio unkind attitude Tho tho Board of Directors. ot a group of young children and xf the Lexington Herald in its dis- showing signs of becoming desperate believed would b e made public worshipers emerging from services ot Helm Bruce's position, on as the flood of Harris pictures and cussion Thursday. There was some uncer- in a nearby church. The street KVEXIXG SCHOOLS. race track gambling. The Herald buttons continue to mock the matainty In London over tho time lights were lit and the bombers had "Key- chine Jeadera of the The revolt does not seem to consider the Thirty-on- e different trades will be when the Prime inMinister's note a pood view of the scone. re- colored another Republicans is noter" as a sincere apostle of Dublin, but it nation-wid- e de chain of would be delivered It is reported that President reform anil cites the fact that Just a source of worry and the Republicans taught in the Knights of Columbus night schools seemed tho reply would not be de- Valera AVednesday atfernoon disfew years back lie was tho legal rep- are Issuing a negro dally paper layed longer than Friday. ceived a Belfast deputation which the year 1921-2resentative of Celln, Tllles and Ar- tributed free to offset the bombard- during will reopen generally The Tuesday at Gairloch, Scotland, It sated It represented 100,000 citizens the Independent schools tier, St. Louis gamblers of wide no- ment of the Lincoln reply to De who are resolved to refuse recogniwa3 assured that the toriety, owners of tjio Douglas Park party and the two colored Repub- first week in October with a fresh Valera may be considerably modi- tion of a partition parliament. students, actrack and controllers or syndicate lican papers, the Mews and the enrollment of 100,000estimates, this fied from tho draft submitted to the current hookmaking, which brought more Leader. The Leader tolls ot how cording to including Cabinet Ministers before It is finally BRIDGE AXI) LUNCH. to racing than all other "Governor" Burllngame is making number not scandals Here in dispatched. It Is now certain that Jusit think how social calls on colored Republicans by last year's students. combined. agencies not be sent to Dublin earlier the school will be at St. it willAVednesday and its publication Mrs. Harry Schultz gave a luncheon-mean it Is of the Lexington Herald trying to get them in Mne for the LouisvilleCollege, bridge party Thursday at the where the K. of than up on Mr. Bruce jus party while tho machine Herald is Xavler's to dig this free instruction in London and Dublin may bo deThose wihien he is showing tho ways or advertising a drunken negro preach- C. policy of giving men and women layed unutll later in the week. The Audubon Country Club. Charlespresto J. were Miesdames "reform" to the people of Louisville er whoiia callm to fame Is that he will former service Ministers attach great importance to ent be continued. Peurrung, AVflllam Bouscaren, Jon nnrt that wo must xoto for Huston will support tho tho wording ot tho reply because of seph Michael, Edwin Daum, Joseph Quln, his candldnte, If we want to ticket But for a real sign of the desire that this be the last com- Appol, Clifford Lussky, T. J. Crlce, EVBXIXG AVEDDIXG. walk in tho .path of righteousness. desperation get this. This week the munication before, the conference. Lewis Vbss, Edward HInkebein, Dan-lShame, oh. shame, on tho publish Republican headquarters compiled a O'SulUvan, J. H. Rademaker, Campbell Franke It is learned that the reply of the Mis3 Marguerite ers of .the Lexington Herald, which Ilts of 250 relatives, meaning wives, Ministers will be conciliatory and AVU- v we believe would be guilty of throw- sisters or daughterecof firemen who and George M. Kennedy will be mar- expressive of the desire for peace, Harrv Presslv. Paul Arterbum. Leo Ham McXJufnn, A. A. Ericson, ing a. brick through the drum if Mr. intend to register Democratic. The ried Wednesday evening, October and the Ministers are hoping that Schulten, AVlllIam Duffy, G. R. machine has notified 12, dn tho rectory of the Cathedral through it tho. puzzle of what De Bruco .takes an active part in the J, N. Grant, Theodore tho firemen in question that ir their of tho Assumption in the presence a Valera requires as a basis for the Salvation Army. H. H. Newmark, Henry Miss AVllhel-mlnKeynoter" uruce at female relatives do not swear allegi- ot the two families. Follow ne conference will be finally solved. Bayless Keller, Ross Franke will be her sister's Ihe Republican "reform" rally was ance to tho Republican "reform" British recognition of Irish claims Mazzoni, S. Miller, Kendrick Lewis, Kenilnnocent" Joe Seaugman. or ine ticket the unfortunate flrcmen will maid of honor and Dr. George man. of Independence as a preliminary AV. E.J. Carroll, Harry Schutz. loard of Safety. Joe said he ue- - liavo to look for other jobs. Some nedy will be his brother's best condition to a conference were never sved we had a splendid police of .tho firemen plead that they can There will be a reception at the asked by the Sinn Fein, declared parents, Mr. and DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. rce and that he didn't beliovo the not central all of their relatives, but homo of the bride's Franke, the in St. Arthur Griffith, a member of conjice stole all of the automoniies the Republican bosses say no ex- Mrs. Ernest Carl Dublin wedding trip deelgation chosen atMinister toLloyd Mrs. C. J. Cassilly, Vice Regent, It wore takwn around here. Ana cuses go. Besides showing despera- James Court: After a will fer with be at George, in Primeinterview with tho will preside at the regular semin Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy the cases where the police weroj tion it shows tliat tlio an AV. Va. u. utm machino is drawing bosslsm lo a fine home in Edgarton, VISITED PARENTS. tid wlin Dne suwen Dally Mall's correspondent in Dub- monthly meeting of Louisvillo Cir" points lin. Session WIW SI;ttrMJl ixiiu w He added that entering the cle, 'Daughters ot Isabella, Sunday Miss MERRY MOTOR PA11TA'. Ived that they acquired them ac Jerry F. Cummhis of 4727 South conference without previous guaran- afternoon, in tlte absence ot leavMERCIER OX FACULTY. tually, soma wicked person or tees or conditions would not imply Cummins, the Regent, who is Third street, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Misses Ellen. Mary and Louise Ins putting these amoa m wieir recognition of the Sinn ing for Atlantic City to attend the P. Cummins, has been home on a nephew of Foley. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Cooper British claims. iveyDr. Charles Mercier, national convention of the Daugh- vacation after spending one year in le when the innocent Fein's loosing. Cardinal Mercier of Belgium, has and Messrs. Garrett and John Foley, policemen weren't "Our entrance to a condltlonless ters of Isabella, to be held there Chicago, 111., studying music. Ho ttaiMirirt&n also said he didn't been added to tho faculty of Notre of Pewee Valley, composed a happy conference," ho Went on, "would not next week, M.!ss Cummins will go will return to Chicago the first of University, where he will motor party to High Bridge last give Ireland any fresh International by way ot Indianapolis and join the next week to resume his etudies. Io that the police and fireman Dame Before departing week. A very pleasant time was had ptatus. Ibolng assessed tor pouuoai, teach philosophy. If tho conference broke delegation from there. down Ireland would bavo the same lea as ho tooK an oain wneu. for America Dr. Mercier visited his at the Bridge. TOOK BOTH. Ing a member of ne uoara oi famous uncle, who spoke affectionROSARY PROCESSION. international position that she holds seuuuu m ately ot the United States and its present. Irish Republican lead- LSONS BAN KU KLUX. at to ree tnai ims OYinlty Y. M, I. ball team jourkers have contended they wero en- kxter ivF not violated. Many people. The annual tall Rosary procession neyed to Sneeds, Ind.. last week and The Missouri Grand Lodge of the titled to enter the conference hold- - in honor of tho Bleeser Virgin will defeated itlie local team In a well ewer and drain worKcrs anm "If it were possible for me to do my duty ivers yawned' louuiy wnen so. and lf Belgium, did not He so Masonlo order passed a resolution Ing their own opinion, but the moro .take place at SU Louis Bertrand'e played Bm. the score being 2 to 1. I shouldi like at it seesoin in St. Louis last week holding of Uaoee opinions would not church tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 Sunday tho Trinity boya took it" Joo jnade thte statement,i plainly in nothing (better than to spend my, last prohibiting any member of that or- - entitle them to anytMar from any o'clock. The school children, alter Last e ot the "Keystone" eoos another game from the Utica team, as years in America, that, wonderful ganlsatlon joining the Klu Klux. on'e else. Nevertheless, it would be boys and children ot St. Thomas winning by 5 to 1. ttnee looked eurprked; MACHINE GETTING DESPERATE. Searcy-Chilto- mSmm lWiW- 'Campaign - mWMiS M n QUIM 'AND REFORN Lf JlJ l Searcy-Chilto- admln-tratlo- Searcy-Chilto- w, IRELAND Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- rev-en- uo Searcy-Chflto- Kav-anag- Searcy-Chilto- 2. Searcy-Chilto- el w Scarcy-CliUto- n ls, AVels-enberg- Gor-da- n, Searcy-Chilto- Frank Confession In Motion Picturo Magazine and Arraignment of The Rev. Brother Bede, C. F. X., Producers. instructor in science and modern languages at St. Joseph's College, celebrated tho silver jub'llee of his entrance into the Congregation of Miss Susan Brady Sajs Ten Comtho Xaverlan Brothers Thursday at mandments Broken Xightly years Bardstown. For twenty-fiv- e Brother Bede has been engaged in on Screen. tlio praiseworthy work of training youth to be good Christians and good citizens of our country. Very properly the exercises began with Undermining the Private and Public the rites of religion. High mass Morality of the American was celebrated by the Rev. AVlllIam T. Flnneran, chaplain of the college, People. and the faculty and student body recodved holy communion for tho inThe tention of tho jubllarian. Brothers' choir, with Brother Jose- phus at the organ, rendered Leon- APPEAR TO CORRECT ABUSES. ard's mass. Ferns and cut flowers conservatory tho college from At noon a adorned the altars. There has been a great deal of banquet was served. Brother Bedo was the recipient of numerous con- criticism and undoubtedly much of gratulatory letters from brothers it is justified ot many of the films and friends in the various places in exhibited In tho movies and ot prowhich ho lias labored and all join ducers who place objectionable films with his brothers in Bardstown in on the market. It is a much rarer thing, however, to find some one wishing him "Ad multos annos." EDeaklnc for and in tho nrnrln, innend of the film Industry, openly con- XATIOXAL ALHAMBRA. lessmg io serious moral delinquency Resolutions denouncing the Ku on Its part and appealing to the prowere ad- ducers themselves to put an end to Klux Klan as the to co- at least what grossest abuses. Yet vanced, and a committee that Is operate with Federal and other In- zine and one Motion Picturo Magaof Its vestigators of tho Klan was appoint- Susan Elizabeth Brady, contributors, aro doing in ed at the national convention ot tho what Is advertised as a series ot Alhambra, Knights of Co- articles on the topic, ' Are AVo ImOrder of lumbus, in Chicago on Tuesday. moral?" appearing in the publicaOfficers elected wero as follows: tion mentioned. Tho August issue Supremo Commander, John T. Ryan, of that publication contained the Joseph second Buffalo; Vice Commander, Installment ot Miss Brady's P. McSweertey, Rochester; Supreme article and the announcement that Albany. Scribe, A. B. Neubauer, the article would be continued. But The next convention will be held in neither the September nor the OctoBoston. Tho order ini Kentucky was ber Issue renresented by Leo Goss, Sr., promised, contains the continuation a circumstance for which Thomas D. Clines, Roger Dougherty the publishers may or may not bo Josenh Kirchdorfer, who ar responsible. and The statements made rived homo Thursday. by the writer In the issue before us are, however, sufficient In themA'EI)DEI selves to constitute a telling arraignment of film (producers. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buckel, In the very Miss Brady Ind., who were marrlecl fifty beginning of theasserts. Installment in quesyears ago In St. Joseph's church, tion, that there is no need of seekLouisville, celebrated their golden ing to ascertain whether films offend wedding anniversary with a nuptial through outright vulgarity or a high mass Monday morning In St. more refined salaciousness. The ofMichael's church. Ot their nine fense simmers down to a plain matchildren, three reside in Louisville, ter of wrong, discernible to the Mrs. AValter everyday person. "Immorality means Mrs. Albert Cooper, Peak and Mrs. Leo Keller, all of to most of us," she writes, "who-hav- e whom came homo for the celebrn- our feet on the ground and iMnn. E. M. Kemncr. Detroit: our heads approximately six feet Mrs. F. X. Bumm, Troy; John Buck away breaking tho Ten Commandel, Indianapolis; Mrs. Carl Practically tho whole ten and Bertha ments. Misses Louis on the broken Cannelton, other chil are confesses,nightlythat "withscreen." Buckel. all of apparcouples, aslo were pres she Impunity."and Going Into detail dren of the ent ent. Miss Brady adds: "Thievery Is made attractive by a pretty young star. BARON. FRANK Adultery Is rendered inoffensive In the same manner. Murder is forThe weddinc of Miss Louisa given and condoned. Parents are and Chester A. Baron took betrayed and Ignored. Vice is shown Frank recently at St. John's church. in all its irresistible glitter. Goodplace Miss Madeline Roederer was Miss ness Is made drab and dull. Sin In e Frank's bridesmaid and Julius the person of a beautiful Buecker was best man. After the woman has ten times the drawing supper was power of morality in a ceremony a wedding given at the home of the bride's and skirt. they don't show But aunt, Mrs. Louis Klehammer. Mr. many good ones." and Mrs. Baron are at home on Fohr The author of the. article doe avenue. not content herself with such a frank statement of facts, sufficient XEAV ALBANY. though that might bo to constitute a glaring Indictment. Besides citing Miss Irma McLaughlin entertained tho various forms of aopeal through delightfully at her home on AA'est which films exert a baneful InfluMarket street, New Albany, in honor ence, she characterizes what she of Miss Lucille Roberts, of Gales-bur- considers the most serious offense 111. Her guests were Misses thus: "The real, tangible, compreIsabello English, Margaret Connell, hensible and present immorality ot Janetta Smith, Margaret Herter, the screen lies in the needless stressCatherine Carrick, Agnes Tlghe, ing of primordial lust, the calculated Freda Thornton, Margaret Seelly, subversion of the moral sense, the Relsing and persistent portrayal of life In the Elba Miller, Clara raw, the grim, the terrific realism ot Katherlne Connell. loathsome habits and habitations, and the ubiquitous sex appeal." Air LADIES' SOCIAL. of this constitutes an admission that the moral turpitude criticised Is not Tho ladles ot St. Charles church will give their next accidental but intentioned. Another striking feature of Miss monthly social on Monday evening, and they expect this one will" sur- Brady's statement Is that she does pass those heretofore given. There not accept the threadbare excuse of will bo tho usual amusement fea- the moral purpose of tho gross realtures and some special attractions. ism or worse, In which film proThe social will begin at 8 o'clock, ducers Indulge in staging what they and the ladies Invito their friends to might want to call a "morality piny." "The silly sop of tho last join with them. reel reform" has no appeal for her, and she would have the producers' STAYS IN ROME. recognize that such excuse for the (Fathe'r Richard Ramsteln, O. M. presentation of objectionable films Addressing C, Who was ordained in Romo at Is insipid. warning them herself to of and the American College In Juno, and them, occur It they do not heedwhat the who expected to come to his homo may decency, demands and celebrate his first high mass in says: "Thoof necessity forthe writer Instituting St. Anthony's, his parish church, is renot coming at present but will stay and making operative these obtwo years moro pur- forms ourselves1 Is unmistakably own. In Rome for vious. Let us so conduct our suing his theological studies'. business as to keep the exploitation In our own hands and out ot the ORPHANS AS GUESTS. pragmaHc grasp of blundering pol the well known iticians." F. Thomas that Miss Brady's essay tobaco man, had sixty orphans Ir Tho fact in Motion Picturo Magaprinted Thomas' Homo as h!6 zine, one of a trio of monthly magafrom St. guests at Eclipse Park on Tuesday uuy zines published' by one of the larg to witness the Louisviiio-Kanra- s supplied the est, If not thfe largest house devotcontest. The host publications ot this naing peanuts', brick Ice cream and soft ture,Itse'Mo AVhilo is significant enough. drinks whllo the guests furnished the statement of Capt. John Pelle-tie- r, the rooting and enthusiasm. Executive Secretary of the BROTHER. BEDK'S JUBILEE. - FIFTY-YEAR- S. Can-nelto- n, m. scliei-degge- r, half-nud- shirt-wai- st g, V Bor-rom- eo Morals Efficiency Commission of made in connection1 Los Angeles with tho Arbuckle case that thero on tho Is no organized movement part ot producers to clean out tho IndustT. sheds fruthor light on Miss I -- says regarding the private morals of the "live one hundred" a clique of film players of Los1 Angeles be true, then it is certain that these moral lepers have been permitted to publicly demonstrate their depravity by means of the film, gaining thereby fame and fortune while under-minlr- ig the private and public morality of the American people. How much longer will we tolerate such Brady's article. It what he ' conditions? C. B. of C, V. xcHJi'rrroK? KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKIGffll. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. EWottd to th Sodal and Moral Advancement of Ifbh Americas and CalhoUci Offialally Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Younj; Men's . r Institute and Catbolic Knight i of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Enterrd at the Loultvllle Postotflce ai Stcond-Clm xKxjer ajsoc&j&xqaxz. 1 Incerpcrtlcd. Publishers WHITE CREST FL OUR housewife is little influenced by the few difference per sack. She buys her flour upon a basis of satisfactory results and therefore SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Mutter. 319-32- 1 Muss AH Comaisnlcatlons to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Llbtrty Strut. THE TRADES ffiiSffi) COUNCIL p specifies 1921 L0JJISV1LLE, KY DISCOMFITED. ...SATURDAY, OCTOBER i, COMING EVENTS. ' WHITE CREST 9 Valera show the tricky British Premier in a very bad light. He first invited tho Irish leader to send representatives to a peace conference at Inverness, and then when his invitation had been accepted ho attempts to crawl out of it. He claims now that the Irish representatives must surrender their case meet before he will consent to to say. If con- October C Social of the Young Developments in tho negotiations Lloyd George and De Ladles' Sodality and Manomi Social between Club, St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth and Garland. October 11 Churoh Davies. Social by St. Ann's Guild in hall, Seventh and The Flour that has stood for the highest quality Wd perfection in Flour 7and given women satisfaction throughout the South for years. Made from pure soft wheat by the J. C. Lysle Milling Co., Leavenworth, Kansas. USE October 14 Social entertainment of Our Lady of Mercy Sewing Circle, afternoon and ovening, in Academy Auditorium, 1176 East Broadway. Ocotber 19 Social by St. Anthony's Hospital Sewing Society at Trinity Council Hall, afternoon and evening. White Crest is the leading seller with every grocer in the principal cities of the South. On Sale By All Retail Grocers 7 thsjt them. Needless October 24 Social by Altar Sodition is Insisted upqn the confer- ciety of St. Cecilia's) churoh, afterence will not be held. Lloyd George noon and evening. is dealing with a man who knows October 26 'Fall festival of Trinity Council at club house, Baxter British trickery and who knows, dependence can be placed on and Morton avenues. October 27 Social entertainment the promises of the British Premier. afternoon and evening, by ladles of De Valera has so far shown him- Cathedral Atlar Society, in Catheself to be master of the situation In dral Hall, Fifth street. diplomacy, and the way be lias exposed tho diplomatic camouflage of throughout the conutry through K? A special board of Lloyd George seems to have discom- of C. councils. fited that worthy to tho point of Ill- judges will be named to make the ness. awards in1 the K.. of. C. history In his telegram to Lloyd George the Irish President declares that his NOT EVEN ONE. Government had no thought of asking acceptance Of any conditions "The colored voters represent half precedent to a conference. Ho rethe Republican voters in Louisville quests the Premier to say whether his letter of September 7 was in- but we notice that not one of the tended to be a demand for a sur- race is invited to speak at the openrender or an invitation to a confer- ing of tho campaign." The foreence "free on both side3 and without going, from one of our State exprejudice should an agreement not changes, should open the colored be .reached." In the latter case, De mini's eyes. Their best friends Valera states that he would confirm throughout the South have been tho Oaii Eireann acceptance of the Democrats, who employed but did invitation, and .the Irish delegates not exploit them. The time has brother would meet Government represcnta-?tivc- come when tho colored should give this matter serious thought. With the True Voice, we still believe that the conference will take RARNUM WAS ItIGH'1 place, despite Lloyd George's attempt to crawl out of It at the last William Jennings Bryan, who Is moment. And the conferonce will a living proof of Barnum's wise says Ue Sbeld without preliminary ing that tho American public loves being laid down by either to bo humbugged, wants the prohiparty. It is precisely because there bition laws enforced more strictly are different views to be reconciled and this week delivered a tirade that the conference should be .held. against the Senators and RepresenIf the Irish leaders should surren- tatives who dare oppose the wishes der everything before entering the of the fanatics. Bryan still has a conference there would be no need Dig following every day in the year of a conference nt all. In making but one and that one is election for tho .truce and for tho conferonce day. Lloyd George has already admitted ENGLISH PROPAGANDA. this. He can not, now go back on his admissions without again brandThore is another revivel of Enging himself before tho world as an lish propaganda just now. insincere trickster, whose word is teachers and college profes-sorof no worth and whose brain is are construing our history to unequal to the task of meeting tho minimize British offenses in the past Irish leaders in a free conference. while tho Tory press is again trying to revive the League of Nations. HEATH KNELL. And wily old John Bull forms an of the New York offensive and defensive alliance with T.he expose World has sounded the knell of the Japan, the United States' most probKu Klux everywhere In the North. able onemy. There Is nothing like publicity to FALL PROSPECTS GOOD. kill a cockroach society that depends upon secrecy and hidden memberThe prospects in Louisville are When tho ship rolls for success. good for a llvelly fall trade. The campaign of publicity was launched laying in large stocks, against the "Klan" it was doomed. merchants are on dry goods, boots and There was only the question of time the prices are falling, and a spirit The "grafters" at shoes, etc., to bo decided. pervades the busithe head of tho organization have of cheerfulness atmosphere. We have had so got their initiation fees and their ness dupes have the experience. Tho Ku much rain lately that tho sunshine of the last few days indicates conwas essentially Klan IClux are many tinued good weather for some time But thore how-littl- WHITE CREST FLOUR and save shortening. It requires less. e Edward M. Riedlin Wholesale Distributor s AftAAAfcAA") "We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances In tlic Elimination of Pain. Watch Papers For Our Next City i Demonstration snavoaft t'A'A AAAAAAAAAA1 Ax A A I SOGIETY. M. I Drs. Harrison and Strassburg 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. MAAAAAAAAAAAAA is out again after an Illness of two months. Mrs. Sallle Pitt spent last week visiting her son, the Rev. Felix Pitt, at Bardstown. Dudley McCloy, of Lexington, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. L. Prepare For Opportunity! AT THE J. McDermott Phone City 4503 Phono City 4G93 ti1 ipL.KJKJ "" Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. of-Keiitud- s. McCloy, Clifton. Coleman Ridge returned Tuesday from St. Louis, where he had gone on a business trip. Miss Aline Hoerter. of Clifton, has been spending the week visiting relatives in Chicago. Edward J. Aud spent the first part of the week (also money) nt Cin- National BanK iy Knights of Columbus Evening School j Short Practical Courses FOR MEN AND WOMEN of Honorable Discharge From Service ' FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. I BEFORE YOU BUY condi-3on- cinnati and Latonla. Business Property, Factory Site or Factory Buildinfi Miss Josephine Kelly visited at Consult Us. Let us Explain to you tho advantages of employing Bardstown tho past week, the guest our Industrial Counselor Service before you close the deal for of Mrs. Elmer Grigsby. Our service will save you money. 'business Tiroporty. It will Misses Margaret Foley and cost you nothing to investigate. McGrath have been spending ten days at Martinsville, Ind. CORPORATION Mr and Mrs. John Magulre and INDUSTRIAL fahlldron, Parkview, have been visitIncorporated ing relatives in Huntington, Ind. TAMPION AUBUCHON, Tres. MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. Miss Katherlne Mattingly has been City 3430 Main 1033 spending ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Hillary Mattingly in Chicago. GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL Miss Mary Joe Wickham, of ASK YOUR' GROCER Bloomfield. was here last wpek, the guest ' of Miss Edna 'Boone, Crescent KREAM FRYDKAKES Vir-cin- la I Moderate Tuition Fees j Free Scholarships to Those Presenting Evidence t In the Great War. COURSES OFFERED Accountancy General Commercial Coune Auto Mechanics Drafting Elementary Course English Salesmanship Vulcanizing . Stenography Typewriting Public Speaking Other Classes Will Be Formed For Twenty or More Students. SKILLED INSTRUCTION IN ESSENTIALS FOR DEFINITE RESULTS $ , FALL TERM OCT. 3 TO DEC. 23. Book-keepin- g PROPERTIES Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan, after a visit of several days with LOUISVnjLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated Pro"-Engli- sh s relatives here, have returned to Frankfurt. Lee, for Mr. and Mrs. Garrett some time residents of this city, have moved to the Gwathmey place on t.he Shelbyville pike, near Middle-tow, n. proclamations and by the lure of secrecy and the promise of political preferment. We can only say of Its going that it Is good riddance. And let us not forgot to give the Jews the credit for killing it off. Thoy control great, avenues of publicity and they used these to good effect. That was all Jhat was needed to put tho "IClan" out of business in the North. In the benighted South it will propably flourish for some time to come. RAISE FIRST PRIZE. to $3,000 the first prize American history contest; their tho Knights of Columbus American History Commission has reaffirmed tho K. of C. purpose In undertaking this movement the largest history enterprise ever conducted. "It ia not the intention of tho Knights of Columbus to promulgate controversy,' Supreme Master John H. Reddln announces. "Tho K. pf C. History Commission will simply conduct ample and scholarly research, into cardinal phases of American history that have been clouded or misinterpreted by many historians, and ithese will be presented in a series of studies, printed in pamphlet term, containing complete bibRaising In who were misled by Its high-soundi- Cartmell announce tho engagement BAKED DAILY of their daughter. Miss Mabel Jean Melton, to Edward EnVmett Klrwan. No date for the wedding has been announced. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Higgina left last night for Augusta, Ga to Uomo Phono. City 1843 fi07 AVI2ST JJKOADAVAY be present at the Von wedding next Tuesday. Before re to come. turning they will visit Mr. and STURDIVANT & SON Mrs. Walter material change has taken Chattanooga, Higglns and family, at No . Tenn. place this week in' tho Irish situatMrs. C. M. Stevenson, New Al- ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED AND tion although In Dublin there is an bany, has announced the marriage FURNACES REPAIRED ESTIMATES PAINTED feeling over the prospects. of her daughter, Mrs. Frances E. optimistic CHEERFULLY GIVEN Black, to Edward C. Noonan, of PHONE CITY 2584 Today we enter the month of the Louisville, wihlch took place Septem- 800 WEST BROADWAY 20 at Sacred church. Heart ber Rosary. , Miss A'leen Gray and Grant E. only attendants. Drown were the PLANS LECTURE STAFF. d Maaapr. M. J. BANXON, PrisMtot P. KANNOM.tt., VIci Prix, aid Trias. Miss Uertrude McGinn, 9C8 South twenty-fiv- e Second street, who accompanied her Plans for- providing tho councils of Kentucky with edu- father. Col. Joe P. McGinn, to the by the Catholic cational lecturers were perfected Co- State gathering of at Lexington, Knights of America Stoto officers of the Knights of visit delightful lumbus at a. meeting held Sunday enjoyed a John Welshten days' home j Sewer and Calvert Pipe, at her tho Tyler Hotel. The individual with Mrs. at Bannoa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condalti, lectures at near Paris. Mrs. Welsh before her ' councils will arrange Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricH, The lecturers, to marriage was Miss Tres.i McDerconvenience. their Louisville. be provided by the Supreme Coun- mott and a resident of Fire Proofing, Floe Lining, Fire BrlcJ cil of the Knights of Columbus and Crate and Boiler Tile, Fire CUy, Chimney Top. SACRED HEART RETREAT. tbe National Catholic Welfare Councivics, education cil, will talk on OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. J Tn'llnr Altll)Mlt. C. P.. of the Sa- wovenvent. and the over by cred Heart Retreat, Is now in Iowa CUMB, MAIN.S07, PHONES CITY The 'meeting was presided series o'f mis vlmr hf will elva La Vega Clements, State Deputy. sions in tho diocese aof Des Moines. WORfiS Thirteenth and Breckinridge aud Ninth nod Magnolia ! were: rwv.o. nmcnra who attended P., on Sunday Raphael, Past State Deputy John Donovan, Father a mission C. at tt. wary s Lecturer D. L, Cooper. State opened West Brooklyn, 111. State Secretary Burkloy. District Deputy church, Luclen Drury and District Deputy DAVIS & GREENUP SPECIAL SERVICE. J. L. Purdy. DRUGS Anthony's St. Tomorrow at FORTY HOURS. and Market, EVERYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY church, Twenty-thirspecial service for IN STOCK rRESORDPTIONS A SPECIALTY The Forty Hours Devotion will there will be a Anthe begin in St. Francis church' at tho gels members of the Guardian S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS Sodality, and also a reception high masd Sunday morning and will Home Phono, Shawneo 550 close on the Tuesday following. This of new members. being Ro'sary month everybody will RECOVERING. bo welcome at the services. and will attend the Holy Name school, Third and O, Mr. and Mjs. E. II. Bonn announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Virginia Ruth, to W. J. Shaughnossy. Tho wedding will take place this month. Mrs. J. Ford, South Louisville, has returned from a visit with relatives Bowling of Clarksvtlle, Tenn.; Green, and with her sister Mrs. Joseph Fox, at Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rodman Clay anil Fnlton Streets. Miss Sallie Phillips Durrett, of High Grnclo Conl at tho very lowest prices. Give lis a trial. Prestonla, will spend the winter City 4480; Main 1058 with her aunt. Mrs. William Wirat COAL CO. NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. ...KXXIBY DRUG apjrowoirliDtlojUL OPBN AX,r NIGHT CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS City 337 and 355 PHONES Main 9102 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY "Put Our Drug Store Back of Your Prescription" t f $ CO... Speolallsts J 2 to 5:30 and 7:30 to 9:30 P. M. For information write, call or telephone K. OF C. NIGHT SCHOOL I Telephone City 6695 St. Xavier's College, 118 West Broadway. yvVVVV HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY ? KORTZ'S BAKERY TINNERS ST. HELENA'S A BUSINESS SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Ask our graduates. You will find them in the big business houses ot tho city. School is in progress. Students may enter any day. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 Kamp-Hlggi- 025,8. FOURTH AVE. i - P. BANNON PIPE 444$$ PHONE CITY 5032 ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE LOUISVDLLE, KY. UK A GOOD OXY-ACETYLE- NE WELDER CO. Good Positions Good Pay Wo Train You Quickly mid Thoroughly in Our Shops Xew Class Opening Now Call or write Immediately or Tcclphone City S)121, Main iilO Y. M. C. A. Welding School ! 373-1786.- 1 $K$4"t&44" THIRD AND IJKOADWAY. e9a69a' BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME THROUGH OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN Don't DUt off papering your home because ot the lack of ready cash. win nnnnr vour home for you on credit on payments to suit vnnrl come. We have a larger aispiay oi uuAitAiiyiuij wal,l, PAPERS any other store in Louisville. We sell more paper than any other and are able to quote the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Wall pj ONE CENT PER ROLL AND UP. i d R. 802-- 8 KOBB & SON COMPANY ALL 'THE TIME LOUISVELI EAST MARKET STREET, ABOVE SHELBY liography and references to docuSCHEDULE OF SERVICES. mentary evidence." It is estimated Beginning tomorrow in the Cath-ni- u thai: ;the work, when, completed, will nhiiMhsii .thn hours tor services to material $1,000,000 have eoet hanged to thoee that have wjU be will be and me. The pamphlet. always 'been observed during the tens of mllMows whiter season, ItotrifeHted i I Incorporated DRUG seriously ill at Sts. Mary and Elizseveral months. Is abeth Hospital for GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS EVERYTHING CUT RATE much Improved and has returned street,, TIN, SLA"TE AND MLB ROOFING REPAmiNG OF ALL KINDS FLOYD AND MARKET to hi home on Thlrty-flft- h newa that will be pleasing: to his nuloth Pbobm '., CITY 170S ' . 642 BAST ST. CATHERINE ST. , frtends. 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS ECKERLE merous t o Registration Days Tuesday and AMEIfclOx WHITE WOMEN AND WHITE MEN OF LOUISVILLE ECBOTXJOISZY IlfcXfiSHC Wednesday Oct. 4 and 5 Polls Open 6 a. m. to 9 p. m, REGISTER DEMOCRATIC 4 26,595 white women and 10,339 white women failed to register last year. They must not fail this year. That Good Old FEHR'S X. Made L J Shawnee 1175 ML JGf 1 1 11 MONDAY, OCTOBER 3. J PRAYERS FOR SUCCESS. ST. BERNARD MINING CO. INCORPORATED its former punch and exhilarating qualities. Is back again with all of FLEXNER BUILDING SOUVENIR 314 W. CHESTNUT FLOWERS W. B. GATHRIQHT, Manager. from Choicest Hops, Malt and other Cereal by the old, reliable Fehr method. Served Everywhere Order a Case Sept Home MAIN467.-CIT- Y CENTRAL CONSUMERS' INCORPORATED COMPANY LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE gin and utmost value. Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct stvles and serviceable qualities, All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED 321) AVEST JEFFEKSON STREET ARTIFICIAL LIMBS That Arc Comfortable, Light and Durable. THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. Louisville National Bank liiiUriiug, former AYalkcr Bid g. Because we secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there are patterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen Papers to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooFROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers m WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. R..A. Fine's Pharmacy 1126-112- 804 EAST aiARKET R. KORB STREET & SON ABOVE SHELBY CHAS. J. MERIWETHER S DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC-HOMEMain 345 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 Chas. Leber c Guy Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS BUILDING LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY CITJT West 1175 the assurance of our sympathy, our prayers and our united good wishes for the happy outcome of the conference in which the representatives of your peop'e, are now engaged. at this time wo are not BLUE GEM Particularly of the tremendous debt EASTERN KENTUCKY unmindful FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL the church of this country owes to For more Mines: Illmn, Clay County, Ky. Ireland and Its people. Yards: 20th and Cleveland Ave. ' than a century the millions of your " race have come to our shores and by Home Phone, City 25S9 their strong faith and their loyal Cumb. Phono, Main 9445 and generaus help they have buIU up a church which has become the C. B. NEVIAN ART CO. pride of Christendom and the glory CARRY PULL LINE OP ARTISTS' MATERIALS of the country In which wo dwell. Lamp Shades, Hasburg's Roman Gold, And even though they have become Including White China, Parchment loyal Americans, faithful to the flag Paints and Brushes Lessons in China given both Day and Night under which they dwell, time has Firing Daily never been able to extinguish in ROOM 200 TYLER BUILDING their souls the love they bore to the 319 WEST JEFFERSON STREET land of their fathers, to the little island from which they parted as A. L. G U N N exiles destined never to return. "And particularly during these recent years, with anxious, and exBAKER AND CONFECTIONER pectant hearts, they have watched the trend of events, ever hopeful CREAM that Providence in its wisdom might ordain that at last Ireland was to 1205 SOUTn SEVENTH STREET H05IE PHONE, CITY 0574 take its place among the nations of the earth. And Indeed during these latter weeks their hearts wore filled DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired with pride when .they saw the representatives of their race conduct a statesmanship JOHN RECOIUS' SONS themselves with that lias challenged the admiration DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH of the world. Therefore In this fateRUBBER TIRES PUT ON ful hour, when the future of Ireland MAILS PULL LINE OP TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. trembles In the balance, it is not CITY 9206 our desire, your Eminence, by any 217 WEST MARKET STREET word of ours to peril the outcome of those deliberations upon which n Horn Phone, City 4300 with bated breath. JOHN B. RATTERMAN world waits true spirit of our Holy Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-Rather in the Falith, united with our people from every station, Joseph tlubbuch Sr. & Son FUNERAL DIRECTOR every tace and from every altarour prayers ascend in 2114 WEST MARKET STREET the land tint God Jn his wisdom Dealors In may bring Ireland's misery of 700 Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland WALL PAPER AND RUGS ears to an end, that this most aposWst 1179. tolic race among all df God's peoPALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. ples may receive the reward for 8 WEST MARKET ST. what thev have done for the church of America and elsewhere by obtain ing the fulfillment of their national, aspirations. And finally that God may grant you and your colleagues Funeral Directors DRUGS to live to see Ireland's golden age, and find your people even more Prescriptions Our Specialty Embalmers. faithful to their church in the sun"ASK YOUR DOCTOR" burst of their new 'freedom thnji Telephone VDUU tver they wero In the years of tholr PHONES: exile and expectancy." Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 OOO J3C. The message was signed by the Home, City 1881 and 1882 Archbishops and Bishops of the FOURTH AND HILL STREETS United States. Cardinal Loguo. Primate of Irereplied land, Immediately to the message sent him Thursday by the STEBLER, Prop. WXll ALL PURPOSES Catholic hierarchy of America in Kentucky Consumer! OM Company session in Washington. "It will stir INTERURBAN . . . . Kentucky to the depths the hearts of the liuulsrillr Irish people from tholr sense of gratitude," Cardinal Logue's reply CAFE UPHOLSTERING, says, "coming after the splendid proofs already given." Cardinal CARL STOLL, 317 Loguo Is having the message from Window Shades, Curtain Hangers, the American hierarchy typewritten West Liberty Cleaning Oil Shades. for transmission to the members of Office and Works the Irish hierarchy. Next To 2 10 E. St. Catherine. Phono 0501 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager Retail Yards CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY Incorporated The Catholic hierarchy at its session in Washington on Thursday, attended by more than fifty of the highest dignitaries of the church, discussed the Irish question at length and drew up a cablegram to bo sent to Cardinal Loguo at Belfast. The text of the message Is as follows: "Your Eminence In this solemn and portentlous hour of Ireland's history we, the Bishops of the United States, gathered Jn annual conference, feel It a duty Incumbent on us to extend to your Eminence and your brethren of the Irish hierarchy W& ) WPkW Alterations, Vam mens $408 W.MARKET ST.f$zr furnishings J Fixtures WEST END SCREEN WORKS JOIIN WEISS, BUILDER AND MAKAGEB Repairing, Jobbing and 1 Store Phono City 184(1. SHINGLES 7 VTHES 17 N. Fourth St. FLOORDXG 3g2S II to 430 X. VC Brokliirlag Branch Tu and Kwitci. SeffM ft MX. U. 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 ICE MASOTST HOME PHONE CITY 2528 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY GOSS CHAS. SCHUPP EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS SOFT BRINKS AND HOT LUNCH THE BEST IN THE CITY SHAWNEE 965 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED i A . When you hae bottles to sell see us. have a large stock' of all kinds. BOTTLES fc (520-02- 8 When you want to buy bottles wo ILBOSSEaSON and City 8714 F. W ALWBS Incorporated SON Fehr Avenue ' NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-5- BHOADWA 0 BOARD OP TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. J. B. Ohllgschlnger, President AUTO LAUNDRY AL Oil and Grease -- A. J. Ohllgschlagcr, Secretary HOME PHONE.' CITY 8529 ACCESSORIES GADDIE & ROSENHAM 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS HOME PHONE, CITY 757C WORK DONE PROMPTLY C. J. KEMPER 800 NORTON' 2700 Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK 600 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY PHONES C. Shawnee S00 Phone Your Wants To West 9200 ARTHUR N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY ANDREW TWENTY-SIXTH WOERTZ AND 'MARKET STREETS LOWEST PRICES CIY 680G HENRY CUT RATE DRUGGIST HOME PHONE, EILER BROS. DEAI.EBS SECOND-HAND IN AXX, KIND 3 OF 078-08- 2 TIGHT AND SLACK AND BARRELS AND KEGS LOUISVILLE, KY. UNDERHILL STREET H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS SOFT DRINK STAND I ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH THE BEST IX THE CITY CITY 3328 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables WO SCHULMAN'S GROCERY ' BOTH PHONES GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVER Shland 811. " WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT 8153 Business Hai Something Hxtra To Offer Its Customers On Sunday, October S, will begin Station D. LUDEIjrtS the first showing this season of the clean and wholesome pictures of the AT 811 EST BROADWAY, HAS type of those run at St. XavJer's WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR College during the past year The BREAD WHOLE WHEAT pictures for the year of 1921-2- 2 will The Best 35o and 40c COITEE and even surpass the previous high class Otir Own Make Peanut Butter nlctu'res have been shown here. City 1C71 PHONES East 2075 The first that picture this year will be SHOCK "Judith of Bethulla," recommended ABSORBERS IN MKMORIAM. and endorsed by all patrons of the forFronl end Ju play. screen world as a super-scree- n oJForS Com. Serilct Million Sacred to the memory of Mary Han-le- This opening produclton Is n strictly dot Can. 2d and LitwrO who departed this life Sep- Catholic play and one well adapted KY. HASSLER SALES CO. tember 2S, 1920. to please and satisfy any audience. Love of my heart, to that strange, "Judith of Bethulia" had a very Main 8473 City 2712 I'lioneo far place, successful run of three months In your beautiful soul has Los Angeelfc. a city that discrimWhor pone. unless inates against n photo-pla- y Though my human sight find no It be up to a high standard In every ' track nor trace. detail. Three performances will be I know that it lies to the dawn. given ieach Sunday at 2:30, C:30 ISTART ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE and S : 1 5 p. m. And I know, dear heart, Jn that wonder-lanSPIHNGFIKLD. H'd away In the dawn somewhere, That your white ponl rests In the I'onrtli nnd Central At the regular meeting of Springdear God's hand, field Council, Knights of Columbus, And at la?.' I shall find you there. held at its home last week, ofllcors LOUISVILLE CEREAL MILL CO. for tha ensuing year were elected Incorporated "There shall no evil befall theo. With but few exceptions the officers no'ther shall any plague come nigh who have served slnco the organizaManufacturers of the Celebrated theoV tion of the council last May were reBrand. HER SISTER. elected, they are: Joseph Polln, "NONESUCH" Ora-nKnight; T. J. Miller. Deputy Grand Knight; C. J. Haydon, Jr., ELECTION OK OKKICEBS. Meal, Grits, nomlny, Corn Flour, Dairy, Hog and Poultry Feeds Bards'own Council Knights of Co- Financial and Recording Secretary; lumbus, has elected the following H. L. Smith, Treasurer; John A. STREETS FLOYD AND BLOOM I. R. Sherrard, oflVers for the ensuing year. Grand Polln. Chancellor: .v 30CS;South 1265 Knight, C. P Moore; Deputy Grand Warden: J. I. Wlmsatt, Advocate; Knight, J Dan Talbot; Financial J. S. Rodman. Lecturer; Will Inside Guard, Dan Mcllvoy, Home Phone, Parkway 50 Secretary, Harold Hurst; Chancellor. Cumb, Phone. South 923 5- -J Victor L Kelley. Treasurer Bernard Outside Guard; Lum Montogmery, Boldrlcjc, Hurst: Advocate Frank E. 'Daugh-orl- Harry Grlgsby and R. L. e Trustees. Warden A S. Wathen; Guard OhR. Boone; Outside "DANTE NIGHT." PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Guard, Ferd Spalding. TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. The Sarto Literary Club, New AlPKOMISK PLEASANT EVKNIVfl. bany, met this week with Mrs. Mil-H- e TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Fo weeks rwst the Young Thomas at her home in St. CathSod-'lltand Manoml Soc'al Club of St. Peter's tvir'sh huvc been maklne erine Place, when Ihe entfie pro dome Phone, City 7804 elnborote preparation for the social gramme was enjoyed. The subject Cumb. Phone, Wet 412-entertainment to be given under tor the evening was the life and 'heir B'isp'',p next Tuesday oven-In- g works of Dante, & Evc: Interurban STANDARD PICTURES. OYSTERS IN SEASON HOT AND COLD LUNCH SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES 041 WEST MARKET STREET FnONE CITY 1598 SOFT DRINKS J$$h HBP POCKET BILLARD TABLES Authorized dealers for The Tables, Bowling Alloys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Brunswick-Balko-Collend- er Sample line of tables on M JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated SEVENTH AND y, JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, KY. i '!J EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING Weekly Savings Club H. ) LEVY CITY 994 MERCHANT TAILOR Maker of High Class Ladles' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON South Louisville Bank d, THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE 440 SOUTH FIFTH STREET PHONE CITY 8252 BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE 1 1 IT'S A j "STAR" TIRE CO. ' Incorporated CITY 688 SERVICE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT MAIN 3661 FRED WARNS, JR. y; In-'d- ENTERPRISE COAL & ICE CO. v W Manufacturers of CONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD Parkway 48; South 1437-PHONES M 4 Frank Hartman AND Sons EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK fER AND BRKCKINRnXJB GHO. "ROM I ES" HOUSI PAINTERS 1800 WWT MARXRT STRF.KT 122-- J ReatdftftM FkfcM-SlMWftM' nri DECORATORS I public is invited and those who at tend- a, at St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth An Interestlne i1" bi'en arranged. Includ-i-n- c nii-w- il, nro-"q- Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in. th City COLORED SISTERS. number of social features. The J. KOMISHR, Prep. in.. are assured a ueugntful even There are three religious orders of Colored women with about 400 Sisters and ' novice's In the United '' States. ' 2106 PORTLAND AVE. D op in aad Get Acquainte Photitt Shawnee 1416 L jewesf vj - v ikJS.ocia?.ii(Licce!f-i- L iHnbWniWrnHWn t t e c t c t QUALITY 4 . BASEBALL TODAY and TOMORROW Double Header Sunday WALNUT THEATER HOME OF '. ' HIGH CLASS PICTURES '.g HERMAN STRAUS rousm Avenue i iNcawaRAreo mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Wo Qlve SONS market J I I i street r 1 t t c LOUISVILLE vs. and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. c t t t c t CLOTHES $30 to $65 CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON vmYYYyVYVVVYVYVVVVVVVVVy;iMMMyVVVV O MILWAUKEE 6am new ': called at 3:30 o'clock. oi Jle at Bntchemejtr s. Reserved seats AND BOYS' SUITS I ( ni- - Quality! Now surely it tells! I Why is it that one suit looks better :( i than another, fits smoother, wears i longer? Why this growing demand for Kirschbaum Clothes ? Quality ! ) GOOD MUSIC. Franklin Gas Burners i 1UDHS DEMOCRATIC fCHI MATOA TICKET ALDERMEN FURNACES Overhauled W. Overton Hirm CHAICERT CiXIftT and Cleaned Smul D. COMMON AtulU Cox Kirby $1.00 E. G. HEART1CK Clty21Sl East 2173 915 E. ttUSCWRT Wm. H. Field. TKo. R. Gordon Walter V. Lincoln CKwlei T. R.9 cmMmu COURT Hrr? W. Robbwon COURT! COURT Wiley Bryan Rufus J. Gough R. A. Robinson A. A Spanninger Charles W. Morris W. Frarier Dunlap Boyd Martin R. D. Ford SHOES For Every Member of the Family at II j $10 Ti A. Lumen It your toj an education prtpar tnsa for lift 't''t''t' tbt Broadway. M. A. Froraholti B. J. Campbell Mat Hoening COUCILMER Junei P. Gregory COMMOmUTH'SATTORKET Joph T. O'Ne.1 SHERIFF will H. E Mechlins COURT! CIERR St. Xavler's lis College MUl Ptuline Eckenroth CIRCUIT UERK ATTORKET and Business Sclsntlflo Classical, Courses, Preparatory Department. Lares Pool, well Equipped GymSwlmmln nasium. Term moderate. Bro. Benjamin. Dlr. W. Broawy, Soalsvillt, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. Frtnk Dugan COUNTT Robert Lee Page COURTT JAILER John J. O'Brien CaUrTTT TAX COMMISSIONER Charlotte O. Woodbury" CORORER Dr. H. C. Woodard COUNTY HENRY tlSCHER PORK PACKER COMMISSIONER COURT Samuel J. Boldrick JUD6E PROS. OF POLICE M. U Manhall ATTY. POLICE CT. John L, Sullivan TAX V. K. Ecker John H. Pope John F. Smgheiser John Bartman, Jr. Frank C. Cowherd Carl P. Schuster W. B. C. Yount Harry B. Riehlmann Frank P. Fleming John Burger E. B. Addison Theodore O. Samuels W. S. Ball John B. Brachey Eugene Cooney John L. Tinsley Peter Mueller J. A. Armour Sol Ettenson Ernest L. Wright William H. Lebangood W. J. F. Godfrey Reginald K. Walker Karl L, Badger MAGISTRATES We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- FRED FEIGE& SON I; rise our Boys' Department. These J OUJ.L& arc jLiuiue 01 guuu. wooien 431 E. MARKET ST. terials, splendidly tailored and fin Mark Sales. Prcs. and Treaa. Jacob, J. ished. L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW Sealers In All Kinds' of Office and Store Fixtures, Safes, Cash O. Sec. ters, 510 Shelving-- Sto. WEST MAIHT STBEET Home Phone, City 1888 RegisSnow Cases. Counters, , FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. 2 THE NAME KENTUCKY $10 & INDIANA IECEITER Boiled Hams a Specialty Cha5. W. M.llilen CITY TREASURER FIR.T SECONO DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS Adolph Schmitt CITY AUDITOR Hugo Schulu Carroll C. Smith THIRD PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Making Old Shoes New;; For Quality and First Class Service You Will Mate No Mistake In Taking Your Shoes to GOODIE GANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS Edward Huechtker CLERK POLICE POLICE BUTTER A COURT Fred Eckerle BAILIFF COURT Henry B. Johannemen FOURTH DISTRICT Corner Fourth and Jefferson INCOEPORATED SPECIALTY It You Sell Tho Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests Lamina M. Aliop COUNTY SURVEYOR Lee . J. Arbegust FIFTH DISTRICT FINE CANDIES Candy Piillings and Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phono Shawnee 2347 ; T. PARK HaneJ COMMISSIONERS t TT call for and deliver. Homo Phone City 23L i i.. ittill ITL LIII'.IU 645 Fourth Ave., UIILU STARK iir Out-of-to- J. T. Smith " sinn DISTRICT Maurice HoniiU SEYERTH EIGHTH JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Loulsrilio, sUbllshcd 1820 OFFICE OUTFTiTEltS rATIONKH8 Ky K. AND I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS D. F. Murphy W. R. Hampton LEGISLATURE, DISTRICT DISTRICT Miss Isabel Hatdeman 51 Henry W. Eddleman Albert Nisbet CONSTABLES KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PnONES 4202 It DIST. tIST. inctiiirn ..wi.w .lMtlnw haw. Prices no liiirlicr. to work promptly attended - Be. Chestnut and Broadway W. D. Watldns LEGISLATURE, 52nd PBINTMB6 "Will , THE VERY BEST Lm L, Simons lEOISLATURE, 53rd OIST. JIRST Calloway SECOND DISTRICT DISTRICT Den C. Beckman Look for electric sign "STARK', EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS IEBISLATURE, LEGISLATURE. H. M. Denton Leon P. Lrrfu LEGISLATURE. LEGISLATURE, 54lh BIST, C. Webb Talbott THIRD Hcrm Pcrfccto Euneva Cigar Schrocr's Smokers (UNION MADE) Homo Phone, City 6041 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, ii the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative siity-six- . year-ol- d bank, DISTRICT DISTRICT SSth OIST. 561k DIST. Frank Siegel FOURTH Dallas E. Furlong William M. Duffy LEGISLATURE. John J. Bibelhauser FIFTH DISTRICT A FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet OAXjIj 67H CIST. 88th DIST. John Walter SIXTH DISTRICT -- SCHROER BROS. Manufacturers of FINE CIGABS 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET CORNS.BUNIONS tepowhi Hi AbMrrail Halls Seliittfleilly Trutal Fred J. Heuiler SERATOR, Kill DIST. William A. Perry SENATOR, Joseph T. Sullivan DISTRICT DISTRICT EIGRT SEYERTH J. S. Rohrman Thomas J. Dolan UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND T. To Alvin Durnlng HID DIST. Dr. S07 In tho opinion ot Louisville houseStarlca ; p&z?4&& BailcMat keepers the perfect flour is tho Home Phone City 395 i7-Beth Phones White Crest, of which Edward M. Reldling is tho wholesale distribuMARKET STREET. 218 EAST tor at 727 East Alarftbt. street This flour requires less shortening than nMipr lirnnHa nnrl Ih thftrpfnrfl far more economical. It is made from pure soft wheat by tho J. G. Lyslo OF Beading Braiding Milling Co., Lcavetrworth Kan., and Beaked 'Bags Repaired slnco being placed on the market which favorite Russell Service Shoppe It has become a demand brandcan be is in constant and 307-- 8 Boston Building had at all retail grocery stores. With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. , Wherever this flour has been tried Xollle Russell, Manager. it has proved a success, and all who and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Carpets wish beautiful bread, light, nutrlti-- ' SISB POOLEY FOB MONMY. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. ous and economical, should not fail Loans to those having regular in- to ask for and use White Crest ternes or salary, with no publicity Flour. r red tape. Loans to housekeepers INCOHPOHJLTMD a their personal security. LITTLE WORLD SEBIES. Tho baseball fans of Louisville 009 South Sixth. F. B. POOLEY, Plant Office 017 Soath Fourth. and ho surrounudulng vicinity will Building. Seera 1, Courier-Journan opportunity to see a little 416 S. Foarta Street. world's series next week when Baltimore, winner of the International K. A. Xrapp C&as. B. Xrapp League pennant three years straight, will meet our Colonels, the AmerHome Phone, Cltr 700S ican Association, champs. The Baltimore club has been considered EBAPP'S MEAT MABKET equally as. good as any of tho clubs Wholesale and Retail n In the major leagues and last BUY. POBX, VBAXi AJtD surprised everyone by defeating St. Paul five out ot six games, and AH Xtaas of Smoked XtatB fans In tills section know that St. 101 EAST JEFFKR80N STREET Paul last season ran away with tho pennant in the Association, outBfCOXVOXAVSSi baseclassing the field. Good H. A. DOLL that ball judge? here believe McCarthy's ColManager Joe CONCRETE WORK onels will prove a surprise, as CONTBAOTOB AND BUIIiDER spirit of the local the 11 team won out over Kansas City and 3 BAXTER AVENUE Minneapolis and their formidable lineups. And tho coming series will Either Phone give local baseball' followers a STEAM GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE chance to show their appreciation, as DOMESTIC -the players share In the first foui reg games. MHwaukeo ROBERT E. SCHULER ular season with" acloses tno double-headWe are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky. tomorrow. PLUMBING Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the' purchas of their coal Repair Work Promptly Attended To SPLENDID PBOGBESS. . NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. anywhere. Special 1009 MARY STREET We operate three retail yards at Lebanon Council, Knlshts of Co Phone City 5708 reducsd prices on car load shipments. lumbus, at the last meeting elected the following officers to serve for the HARVEY-JELLIC- O Grand C. A. KOERNER & CO. onsuing year: R. L. Spalding, Deputy (INCORPORAMBD) Knight; Charles L. Hunter, GENERAL CONTRACTORS Grand Knight; H. W. Rives, FinanYard and Elevator, Fopo and Pnyno Streets. cial and Recording Secretary; G. J. Magnolia. Yard IOOO S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. AND YABD: OFFICE Chandler, Treasurer; Charles M. Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starhs FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS Clark, Chancellor; Sam J. Moore, Warden; Charles C. Boldrick, LOUISVILLE. KY. Tho Goose on "Wrapper Is Assurance That Ernest Thomas, Inside Guard; Percy Jones, Outsldo Guard; Soap aiid Magic Flakes HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Joseph W. Kearns, Trustee; Joseph Magic White Naphtha Beaven, Historian. The council has Are the Original. Manufactured By All Kinds of Footwear For the made splendid progress the past Whole Family year. It has a large membership and Is generally recognized as one Two riAMBLr'S Stores INCORFOR1.THD of the most progressive in tho State. Louisville, Ky. 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 1201 Story Avenue. City 7164 PBTEST'S MILITARY FUNERAL. 18th and Magazine v iWr'-1yiffnr- KLOTZ ICE- - CREAM WORKS Uriah Z. Lltsiy Chiropedist Vote In Rareaiter You Must Riglster Oct. 4th or SI Homo Phono City 3820 Most Attractive Restaurant Near Union WIUTE OBEST FLOUR Station. Geo. Waidlein Delicious Restaurant Cumb. Pastries a Specialty. 917 West Brondwnj , Louisville Home Shaw. 105 SWISS CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS Hemstitching West95 a Buttons JPleatind SIMON PONTRICH SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS DON'T FORGET THAT al gt Where the borne brightest Where the work II lightest; DR. JOHN P. BECKER Where thn meal t cooked beet; OPTOMETRIST Where the range stands Practice limited to diagnosing the tMt and correcting defects ot Eyeslghj where tho That's by the fitting of proper glasses. "Quick Ileal" coeaes SUITE 310 STARES BLDQ. Qnlek Meal Gaa.RaHga Sold, Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND Twentjr.eighth and Greenwood, 11 FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where 11 iZii.Ba.iSM1 doae; real work la eookfau LlB Where Where fu bakhg glvw e Where drudge la ejft sight MM That's where "Quick Meal" aaarn Ijr Baeomnesidsa GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT rcrcrair ZAAK a . aJPX-l- Qnivr , ln.tnlltd and Hi W 215 MARKET ST. sea-pe- BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. ,SMITH, PROP. SPALDING SHOE CO. Out ot the High Rent District EiaHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock , IS THE OF PURE MILK ! Funeral Director and Embaimerl never-ay-dl- 6 ASK YOUR GROCERS." BOTH PHONES 810. 621-62- JOHN B. WATHEN rUnNTTURH MOVTNS AND PAGKXNa S80 South Twesty-Sar- ti ttt. Shawnee 1986 Weet 108 LONG DISTANOH HAULINa Both Phones 2406 COAL..,.. f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH ftJilai.Tntur dtliTifiifiAiTirwr r . w ttw-tttt- - oeeewgfB(eowag3iai. r- AND ZANE STS, er w - rT-rrw- J..Titl..liiK.T.rfi.T.i---t TT - satis-factio- n ' r r riTI'T I rTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 'tftnt DOUGHERTY t FnriDral I & McELLIOH nnrl PmKnSmDPc Some City SODS COAL COMPANY REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph TORNADO, Reatlhiger 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Yilrori tvc S09S-- a o ' , Ad-voca- to; Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 Cumb. Main both iojvb;s. 9 11 HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTTNQ i 4i&lVlli4rMlli it iavaiMi MAGIC SOAP COMPANY TIh Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty SOU WEST BROADWAY AVVtVVVAVVVAVVVAAVVWVy i44rMtt4t4 aiJ.in ) Brighten Up Electrically I Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ELECTRIC Mala SPECIALTY XMConroxjuraD COMPANY City 897 . 5S 180 nrvtl Electric WwAer WEST JEFFJOWOff awl Wringer. ' UarfttkVFarm Lighting Plants. .'. 4 More than two hundred and fifty "Wo Use tho Golden Rale" clergymen, including a dozen army chanlains. attended the services held 913 WEST MARKET STREET Eighteenth and Bernheim L&ne In Sacred Heart church, Holyoke City 4782 Mass., when final honors were paid to the Revi William F. Devltt, chap-lnt- n INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWBR INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE of the 125th Infantry of the WnUNG, FIXTURES, LAMPS Thirty-secon-d FRED SCHICK, Prop. Division, said io have AND REPAIRS been the last American officer killed In the World War. Tho Pontifical O. S. Davis high mass L. P. Blackburn ot requiem was sung by GLOBH SHOUBXTY A LOAK OS the Right Rev. Thomas M. O'Leary, BiaerTeratca. BLACKBURN & DAVIS of Springfield., The Right Rev. . Las&r, MaHager Monsignor George J. Waring, of PLUMBIKG AND EXATIKO New York, Catholic Vicar General of Mesey Advanced cm Yoar Plate Ret S13 West JesTenea Street army and navy, chaplains, also at- 9640 FRANKFORT AVKNUB leaaen. xne military runerai was (sssfia Ilaer) Home Phone, Creeent 71 the largest ever held in that section OKy ,,; v,: LOUI8VILLH - - - - X1NTUOKT f th stale F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 1 fJHy Mrxuiaaa9 Muaxjuxiu.isJXi ry j ii Maple .Tree Garden Soft Drink Stand JVWVVtVVVVWVMWWWWAVtVtl Ma. Sfata S8ft-- i 822 Eat IWCaiia. Mfceet. - ?m iT, L. DirectorBAX D. and? Einbalmer Funeral ri7.7i m. (Mmertnvr ixycmvKjXM, V 4