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Kentucky Irish American 15. and Market, but never explalnod to his Parkland' hearers why somo of their streets nnd corners weren't given relief at that time. At a given signal "Dill" Bomar and all of tho city and county employes would applaud Ben's remarks, and It was noted though many of them were asleep they were trained to break In with tho applause, their cuo coming from nightly practice. Some of tho outsiders In tho audience suggested that Ben ought to explain his1 secret of successful selling ot auto trucks or establish a class in salesmanship for automobile salesmen. It is said many of the Rebupllcan candidates are becoming disgruntled n at the campaign plans of the machine which Is conducting a campaign for "holdfast" Quin and no ono elso on the ticket. Friends of Judge Burgevln, Jo Lawton, Henry Gray, Tom Dover. Judge Krieger, Harry TIncher and others say that these men are not ashamed of their records and can't understand why they are aM relegated to tho background or as a tall to tho kit of Quin. They compare tills to the policy of tho Democratic Campaign which advertises nnd Committee shoves forward every man on the ticket from Harris down to con stable. The average voter can cite you the fact that Judge ICIrby, Bob Judge Lincoln, Joo O'Neal, Page, Judge Robinson, Dr. Mech-llnFrank Dugan, Attllla Cox, John O'Brien, Chas. Mllllken, L. T. Haney nnd others aro candidates on the Democratic ticket, but there aro not ten average voters In tho entire county who can tell jou tho names of their opponents on tho Republican ticket. Shamo on Ches and Matt for not letting the public got oven a peek at their candidates, many of whom think they aro not alongside of ashamed to stand Searcy-Chlttog, PHWE: HM Oft MAM Bfrery Drlrer 1600 mcorporM4 LsikvMfiTaisTraMfcrl aa Hoort VOLUME XLVII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER , 81921. The water was the 6amo the peoplo of Georgia drank and bathed In, and tho price was ten dollars per quart. After a can Is opened the order ruled, that tho same can could not bo used again as tho magic In the water was supposed to have been transferred to tho souls ot the Ku Order Klux candidates. IRELAND UNFLINCIUNG. PRICE PIVE CENTS. its." DEMOCRATS Tickled Over Registration and Pre. illct Big Victory Next Month. KU KLUX J'lm-t- t Lnw-- THE CALL FOR THE WILD. Republican Candidates Kicking At Being Shoved Aside for "Holrt- fnst' Quln. 8u MSA zz MwOffl Itself Above Tho and United States Constitution. aV Crooksvilile EASY m ik Bulletin POLICE. Ten thousand men and women, assembled Sunday at the Empire City race track, Yenkers, N. Y Organization Denounced by CnthoHc adopted by acclaim resolutions Welfare Council as Menace to pledging their "deathless support" Nation. "Independent" Hill and RrunUctc Meet With Heavy Frost In Parkland. COME TO itOUISVlLLE Plan PICKING Infliinu? to Terrorize tho Negro and Ignorant Against Jews and Catholics. KEYSTONE PETTY A FILM DISTRIBUTOR. rip. .. CLASSED AS .MORAL IDIOTS. to tho cause of Irish freedom. They had been called together for an Irish Field Day by the New York Council of tho American Association for Se.ircy-ChlltRecognition of tho Irish Republic. Major Michael Kelly presided. Tho principal speaker was Frank P. Walsh, who recently returned from a two months' study of tho political, Industrial and economic conditions of Erin. He said in part: "It Would his club away and deposited him tho large neighboring nation over seem that Ireland's hour is about to in a convenient ash can. And thoro notorious for extending her Imperial strike. The Irish people stand firmthe rampant Keystoner slept soundsway through the agency ot force ly on tho rock of determination. I ly. and fraud and unctuous corruption. appeal to you to pay no attention to tho Klan. papers in America "According to this 'Imperial WizThe incurablo bigots of tho north- tho MISS WALSH TO LECTURE east corner of Ulster aro not Irish- and I warn you against the anti-Iris- h ard,' one William J. Simmons, ot minmen living In Ireland but tho Plantelement in Congress. Ireland Atlanta, a former Methodist It wilt lio of interest to the peo- Do, Valera Compares Strength ers of the Palo which in tho turbu- will never surrender tho victory sho ister, who lias money to spend for of lent past fluctuated between Water- - has Won through the bloody sacriflco ple of Louisville to learn that Miss o advertlesments In the prinAnna Walsh, of Coj-k- , Ireland, who, " J In gland aildKIrciand on War ford, Kilkenny, Dubfin, and now has of her sons and daughters. I appeal cipal papers of New York, Chicago, has been In this country since 'las) a lingering existence In tho declin- to the American people to support St. Louis and other cities, the secrat BasiSjt ing "Athens of tho North." Antici- the Irish cause. The peoplo In tho order is 'designated to teach and .away-with..Jpating the present negotiations, United States should not abandon Inculcate tho purest Ideals of AmerTStiickef' "Street England Invested with "rights arid their effort to get the United States ican citizenship-- , with malice towaTd1 Car Motorman Owens in a policeprivileges" a Parliament to recognize the cause of Irish free- none and Justico to every citizen, reBell, a man's uniform. Detective Ridicules Llojil George's Claim That for this Pale which no Ulster rep- dom." gardless of race, color or creed' closo friend of the negroes, and a Ho protested against tho refusal "None but a moral idiot would resentative over sought at WestFifty Million is Afraid of galaxy of political police und deminster to perpetuate her foothold of this country to permit shipment of Imagine that to secure these results tectives. In tho south ond of the Four. In Ireland as in America, North and arms to the Irish Republican army, It was necessary to emerge at midNinth ward It was a pity that the South, Spain, Egypt, India, every saying if was discrimination in viow night from a 'den' In a disguise pure .minded Quin and Keynoter country of not against which 6ho of the fact that arms have been crowned by a white fool's cap to Bruce couldn't see tho knock down Key-ntonhas not protected herself by buffer shipped from America to England rido through the hours of the darkSergeant nnd drag out tricks of Sajs School Girl Woidiln't Accept states, like Belgium, islands or and other countries Basanto Koo-m- ness assaulting, terrifying and Baker, of the Sixth Dlstrlot and N. Roy, De Valera's emissary to threatening his fellow citizens. The other bases of defenso or aggression. Statement About Blockade of C. GIlMani. the latter now a propeoplo of India average American desiring to inculNot content with her Ulster Palo India, said: "Tho hibition officer, ahd who has held Food. she must oven, havo our ports as have tired of British rule. They cate such ideals would stand proudseveral city and county jobs, his naval bases and demand, for tho are ready to support tho Irish fight ly In the public square at midday to claim to famo being that Ills wife deliver his preachments of peace. first time, the right to erect air against the Crown." was Ches Searcy's secretary. In stations within, our shores "for tho "Ot course, these aro not the addition to seventeen patrolmen ot defense" to comA MINISTER'S TRIBUTE. purposes of the Ku Klux Klan, and ULSTER 1TES NOT IRISHMEN. development neutrality were two motorcycle polled there promise our and servo as Simmons, himself, has shown, they and a patrol wagon at Seventh and a permanent invitation to her enTho following extract is from tho are not. In an Interview given to proven negro reOak, jet not n emies to overrun us. The argument 'Bormon of Rov. H. Schuyler, Trinity tho newspapers after a meeting In peater was stopped. Tho bravo (?) tho privileges claimed are vital- Protestant Episcopal church, Tren- ono of tho Chicago suburbs, ho said: Do Valera's written re thatnecessary because Ireland lies ton, N. tryPresident Baker distinguished himself by ly J., Tho sermon, entitled "The fundamental object oC tho ply to Lloyd George's proposals, sup across the track ot England's food "What Churchmen May Learn from Klan Is to promote the doctrine of ing to intimidate tho election officers with his hand continuously on plemented at Is has been by his supplies, would not impose on a Roman Catholics," Is said to have tho supremacy of tho whlto race. . . "his pistol. This all means that tho speeches before Dail Elreann, leaves school girl, for tho whole world Our membership is limited to Amercaused much comment: Searcy-Chilto- n machine seeing delittle occasion for futhcr comment. including tho Manhccster Guardian, "I am filled with' admiration ican gentlCes. Jews are excluded befeat staring them In the face will "We can not and wo wiU not, on still remembers tho secret treaties whilo I contemplate the crowds cause they do not profess tho Christry to steal the election, but their behalf of this nation, accent thesd and recognizes tho buffer states by which throng tho Roman Catholic tian religion, and we also exclude second thought makes tho Ches nnd one-eye- d terms," ho declared to the Dall in i which it is sought to starvo Austria churches at hours when other Chris- Catholics because they owe an al"Matt croud think of tho coming the Dublin Mansion House amidst and cripplo Germany forever. Too tian people are lying comfortably in legiance that Is foreign to the GovLeglslatuie that can Democratic well tho world' knows, in tho words bed. A religion which Is able to ernment of the United States.' tho most thunderous applause. December, coming then to testify at hand out" punishment. Here's the wo have the real intention "I know that throughout Amor- -' of President De Valera, that "wo are make people shake off their sloth the investigation conducted by the lea," ho said again, "and our ropre-- not standing between Britain and and indolence and set them about of "Hero Kentucky Irish American's best hot: body ot this Scarcy-ChlJto- n Nation a newspdper ot New York, sentatives in France and Spain nnd tho world." And equally well does their rollglousi duties, as tho first moral idiots, and here wo discover Realizing they aro beat tlio machine, will collect nil tho Into atrocities occurring then tinder Italy and olsewlhere throughout tho world know, notwithstanding upon them, how members seek to substitute money powdblo from tho bootlegBritish rule In Ireland, will visit Europe, every ono of them, toll ua England's frantic efforts to convey obligation incumbent deal to com- tholr its findings for the processes of has certainly a great gers, gamblers, city and county emfriends in this city next week, and 'tho same story that the people ot tho contrary, that tho proposals of mend It from any point of view. It law. They are banded to terrorize has agreed to deliver an address nt these countries recognize, ploye AND JvEEP IT. Lloyd George aro neither just nor may bo said, of course, that tho the negro and to inflame tho ignorHoly Rosary Hall on Tuesday, Oc- though their governments do even generous. The Republican speakers about not, discipline of tho church A- ant against the Jew and Catholic. quite a town are experiencing tober 11, at 8:30 p. m. on the cause that tho only lawful authority hero' "As an outstanding example of strict this sacrifice ot tholr ease "Moral Idiocy alone can oxplalni cquires away out of line with tho so much at heart. Mies in Ireland is the Government of the tho perniciously and provocatively and comfort, but what of that? It the coflossal impudence of tho an"frost" .she has o tho year, tho Wjacslt has appeared before many Republic of weather this time certainly a vlrtuo to cheerfuMy nouncement that Catholics aro 'exIreland. In tho hearts wrong word," writes Sir William Republican gathering at Twenty-olght- h audiences la this country from the of the peoples of these countries, Watson in tho Sunday Chronlcto, "I is obey an authority which is recog- cluded' from tho Klan. Catholics and Virginia Monday evening Atlantic to the Pacific, and has therefore, tho Republic is recog- - tako leave to instanco tho Vord nized as divine." are not paying $10 for tho privilege "being an example. Chairman "Bill" aroused tho greatest enthusiasm by nlzed. In the hearts ot tho people 'generous' as used by British poiof wearing a fool's cap and making Bomar, city empCbye, headed tho her eloquent and pathetic pleading nt Ireland also it is recognized. Wo itlclans when referring to what they WHOjWAS T1FE FISU? mock of tho constitution ot their usual audlenco ot city and county of ihor nation's cause. She is a sister-- recognize It, and it Is only om tho call concessions' to Ireland. The country. The moral idiocy of his in-law employes that follow the Republican of Mayor McCurtaln, of basis of our Norman L. Murphy, popular mem-ho- r followers alone can account for tne of that, very utmost that England can givo speakings nightly, many of whom Cark, who was so cruelly assassinat- that we deal with any foreign now- tho very utmost that Ireland can nf Trlnltv Council. Brides him explanation for their exclusion given I ask ed In his home by the Black and ers whatever." know tho speeches by heaTt, Edward Is Independence She onco pos-- self on his ability as a disciple ot by the Imperial Wizard. O. Hill, the attorney who drew Tans and of which Miss Walsh was Replying to Lloyd Georgo'a shal- - sessed it; wo took It from her: "This Imperial Wizard of an Inand' went so tar as xo $750 at a "reform" employe on tho an eye witness. Her address Is not low pretense that It is through zeal where can bo tho 'generosity of Isaac Walton have his friend Ossle Garrity in- visible Emplro has the audacity to KInjr County Assessor pay only deeply touching but likewise for tho universal limitation of arm- - merely restoring what we snatched vite a crowd of friends i attend a assort that Cat holes owe an allegifamous thoroughly enlightening on the con- aments he now offers negligible away, merely returnlng-t- o roll, was coupled with Ben "Mack" tho fish lunch, the fish to bo tho result ance that Is foreign to the Govern1).ivtrtit.4 rto anAlllitn jlorvz tnv tlin ditions prevailing In Ireland now, to Ireland, and not as a r her own? Yet our misusers ot of ono day's catch at a creek near ment ot the United States. By this Qnnin nt li llni.lflnn.1 nn.llinAO and the question of its national sop to the spirit ot tho Irteh Vol- - the King's English talk about Sellorsburg, Ind. All ot Ossle's statement ho seeks to delude the )IIJ1 !. nn.rtnn- ixn T)nnlilli.nnii status. The public Is Invited to atd dupes who contribute guests were present but neither in tho vain hope of camou- - 'ng 'generous' when what they ji..--.i.i- -.i i - i. tend and as the address is in reMs Partition hill, President template does not oven deserve to Fisherman Murphy or the fish ar- to 'the support of his Invisible Emsponse to invitation extended by the Do Valera said: that Mr mil, an attorney at ibe called juat. rived It is satd that after sitting pire into belief that American Cathon on the bank from early morn to olics look to tne Pope for guidance uar woum taKo a jou in. tno asscs1- .Robert Emmett Branch of the Amernot with "England is a great power. The' "It ican Association for the Recognition population of her own island in our lips, it Js wnn tno sacKcioui oi sundown Norman was told by a In political affairs. or's office, that really belonged to-of tho Irish Republic hero, there will nearly fifty millions. Wo have only humility on our backs and with the RviriTYaUiAlIo the nonemployed Republicans. Infabrication, fiLrmlor that there "This is moth-eate-n cidentally Mr. Hil's address wasn't be no soliciting of funds. four and a half millions. Yet this ashes, of contrition on our neaas had'nt been a fish in that lace for which will not hold together for any we flhound Bet about tho work nigh onto niiy years, island of fifty millions pretends that that iioro jb who are not moral idiots, Police Captain Cunningham, who is coLuamus day banquet. it is afraid ot us, and to carry on ot cancelling as .far as may now be dlsputo as to who was tho fish, Nor"What Is the position ot tho Ku seven, cen- man, Ossle or tho guests. under Indictment in the automobile Kflux Klan? It nominates a purely the jirctonse, it says fro njjust stip- possible the Iniquity of sases. Special Assessor Hill la a The. local council Knights of Co- ulate that oar armament political pope, who rules over an be re- turies. Our politicians babble of ' yot seem to think light of oratory went back to tho y "conciliation," Columbus emplro within this tree IiAYS CORNERSTONE. a slzo they reuy puueu ni rcgumr lumbus will celebratewith a ban- ducedintotheir Island. consldor'.neces-sar- that the spiritual hunger ot ages evolutionary War, and said mat' uoi. day, next Wednesday Wo are never It would teachi 'the nureat neroro u registration quet In the Se61bach Auditorium, likely to compote en among our noble forefathers wnoezo jusi Archbishop Hayes, of New York, Ideals of American citizenship' by with Britain in can be appeased with a crumb. Full admonishing his Keystone cops not and It will lie a public affair, every- armaments. Therefore we havo no conciliation can only come by lull ere was a traitor or two and) cited reviewed a parade of 5,000 Knlehta making Itself superior to tho State, This to interere wwn, tno regietrauon. one being, invited, banquet, tickets hesitation in entering into any reparation, and full reparation only nf rvtinmhiM-- . a Yonkers last Sunday. and in so doing would make the" e case of Benedict Arnold. construed by somo of Ids hearers Outswe of mulling uepuuucan vov now being on sale A splendid agreements on the limitation of by tufll restitution. Till our states- and later officiated at the laying ot Constitution a 'scrap of paper.' mean that tlie case, of Capt dm- - ers TO anu irom m police inacamee, musical program will be given ana armaments, provided it) is obvious men learn this they havo leaTned the cornerstone oc tue new jiuignis "Tho fourteenth amendment to zham and tho others in the auto and police and. defectives working soveral appropriate toasts will be the Intent is for that good and wise nothing." ot Columbus building. The celebra- the Contsltutlon declares that 'so ()llo cases were to bo likened to earnestly in and outside ot the polle responded to. - Hon. La Vega Clem purpose nnd not simply tor the purtion was under tho auspices of La State shall abridgo the privileges or the? followed the Chief's orders ents, State Deputy of the Knights of pose of disarming us and leaving I KU KLUX DUPES. famous traKor. Rablda Council, K. ot C, aod the immunities ot citizens ot the United perfectlly. Lieutenant Bennett of Columbus will be the principal us helpless . But wo do not mean 'Mack" Brurmfeve, who broke nor deny to any person within It now developes ' that tho Ku spaekers were Archbishop Hayes, Sixth District explained that in speaker, his toast being "Knight to be helpless; we mean to strength- Mix IClan council were forced to Mayor W. J. Wallln, ot Yoakers. States ecords In selling hiu trucks to the its jurisdiction, the protection, of the Republican woman voter hood. Still In Flower." taking dors doing business with hte en ourselves to the utmost of our buy "canned' spirits" direct from Supreme Court Justice Tierney and power, that we may he able .to re- Edward Young Clarke, of WorkB'was the next speak-- to the poll no just iorgoi, anu mc Ray Halpln, Grand Knight of La "What no State may dare to ite. All Of the city and county em- - story gom lie was reprimaHUeu by body ot moral FALL RACE MEETING Kleagle or supreme head of the Ku Rablda. Council. sist to the utmost of our power." a yawnied loudly whoa' Be be-- uio imki wiui a np wi mo wnm. Id lots' boldly announces Ms IntenIt was mdlscusamg the same as-e- Klux organisation. The "canned f tntrfft did tirade about Col. A Keyafem cop callad "Huck" who Churchill Dowse Jockey Club will of the question, the President aplrlta" were used in the Initiation GUILD SOCLL. tion .of doing. The Invisible Emptfre niion TU TTumnhrftv ami Lba natrow tno levee anu wtwcw inaugurate Ms meeting . , by Clark Id: "It le net only considers itself above the UVf Theater, - whlak h8 Wver worn nowing over wi uaoi next Wednesday,fall racing day, and nation, beside not just that a-- small ot candidates and were gold Anderson iirham. Colanwue a big oae Bhoupd give direct to the council. C. The members ot St. Ann's Church law, but would make laws ot ita souea Monaay ana eax .holiday a big at guVrasteee for the safety of the big Wright, a itormer official of the Ku GuKd will entertain with a social at own. loFed for five year. Ho alao as thte 1a a legal y wroijBK tendaaae is expeefced to ,take ta the on4'' He might, indeed, have satd Krux say the' "canned spirits" to the school ball next Tuesday even,flnialnirie far tlt falMVi t MMMtt uie rMMiww "In ihe fetereet of the moral Vkm "y o. sd a. boUI of rum." nd epeatoff day's sport. The. meetin.' it vpm not juet that nr-o.t Wnrko t email nation nothing but dirty water token from ing, aad Invite their frieode aad health ot the wation of which tie to aay etarwa w eiamio m In 1917. and read HMT "Ml oonUnue for tee' days, endir-be present. the ftrst cRIwo, President Harafecr ' evert famed for beariae wieoor and toe Chattahoochee river in Georgia. friends ot the pariah to pastor, i. ami -and would do well to meet fcae reaeeet ... . in nd he ohangee that ever $3,000,000 Rev. Father Doaerty, llf ouuaIi findMi --- -. iruri uka staaeorAooa. oaBawaiiy lbowi. Saturday, Oaieeer 22, and there . aeMtaal bain to the ravaged' eoua-raeUUl urn wtm be aeven each day, the trie, of the world, ahould be aaked wat taken In by Imperial Kleagle the eomoitttee In efcarge expect a big 1 of Dr. Crafts and 'tanie" a Meelaana? nkknr the Board for ehH- - wMi jwmtis bhmom. America toeke, Third crew; ot the o'clock. to aire guarantee tor the safety o Clarke for aade o( the "eanned pir-- attendance. t luna and Wahwt tion eoacernfog the Klan." ccratlc party leaders and workers and judging from the gloom in the Republican organization and the columns of the Herald machine or gan (this must bo right. Tho regis tration figures of Tuesday and "Wednesday proved a sockdologer n machine, and lor tho tho poor old' Herald was too dumbfounded to even try to explain what happened to th Republican predictions. Clies Searcy and Mutt Cliil-to- n prior to the registration Jnado official predictions of 12,000 lead for tho Republicans, and it was agreed on all sides that the Republican ticket Mould have to have a lead of 111,000 or lctter to offset tho thousands of independents and Republicans who will vote against tho machine in November. Tho first day's registration was a body blow for the machine and tho big Increase- in the Democratic vote-- through the courageous fight of tho women made the machine leaders desperate and in thelv desperation the order was given out for the police, bootleggers, gamblers and negro toughs to try to stem the tide on tho second day. Tho lesult was the pollco throw osldff all pretense of following Petty' orders about election behavior. Detective Stucker. who wasn't efficient enough to bo a captain, but draws taxpayers' money as a detective, distinguished himself at Tenth and Chestnut by locking up James McGrath, a Post reporter, who was busy booking on at the political activities ot tho police. Searcy-ChJJtoon - It's all over but the shouting on November S, according to the Dem FELLER Sj jzWSm Iffini Louisville a Mecca for crooks and auto thieves under Republican ; . - rt ",... chine supporters who have been away for tho snmmer have arrived homo for registration and election judging by tho numerous amount of this week. robberies perpetrated These workers for "reform." find our Keystone comedy pollco easy ns evor, and not a singlo capture or As even cluo has been reported. usual tho public only hears ot the robberies and holdups through the dally press (outside of tho Herald), the Koystone pollco censor being busy covering up tho crime. How easy tho comedy cops aro is illustrated In the Francis case. Mrs. Francis, the wife of the notorious burglar was being questioned Night Chief Griffin, and while surrounded by a bevy of near sleuths hid n stolen diamond ring on Chief Betty's desk. Please ngo Nick Carter or Sherlock Holmes. The only surprise Is she-- didn't get dealcor at least somo of tho Koystoners' badges, About tho basest piece of ingratitude on tho part of crooks was the capture of a stole machine from the police back of tho City Hall last Tuesday. Tho machine was restolen while the owner was on his way to claim it, and just a. few yards away e was a station house full of police nnd detectives playing somo "humdinger" checker games. Speaking of Keystoners the secret of their closo- - relation to movie comedy artists Is trailed to Chief When appointed on Lud himself. November 21, 1917, Col Petty gnv his former occupation ns a picture This accounts film distributor. tho Keystone Police Comedy Band tho Keystone Pollco Psychology School and all the other Otttle frills the Chief wished on the taxpayers this past four years. Ho just couldn't get away from his art. In gathering his cast for movie police tho Colonel was no respecter of the charter as men over sixty years ot ago were appointed while It Is no uncommon eight to see men, crippled and deformed men parading around In police uniform. Cot. Lud may not havo given us In four much police protection years, but he sure gave us, many a good laugh that Is those who haven't been robbed or slugged can laugh, and their number has grown fewer and fewer every day. Hero Is a sample report filed with Col. Petty that must havo made him realize tho astuteness of his pollco: Col. Petty: Sir The old crab grass was ou fire but didn't amount to much. Officers Homer Friendly, W. H. Krieger. "Howdy Ed" Morrow caused quite a State wide snicker this week In the Issuing of a proclamation on fire prevention, as many had in mind tho Governor's experience nt tho Seelbach. Hotel recently when he set his bed on fire with a lighted cigarette, and1 was rescued by Pat Flynn, who responded do his cries OT help Speaking of fires reminds OflO Of tllO hick" firemen In the West End uses one. of tho flro every day to tako him to and from dinner. While tho ''hick" was at dinner recently the fire alarm rang and two of the company had to beat It around to his house to secure him and the noble steed to Y It goes without Jf. a .?r?JBJ&sS. J"1 ,. u..u v.u m bq-fo- ro he recc-rueU- Quin. Many of tho Searcy-ChMto- n ma- "reform" administration. 't EXPOSED Referring to the petition sent reto the President by Dr. Wilbur Crafts, superintendent of the international Reform Bureau, asking him to call on all loyal Americans to withdraw from the "Invisible Emplro" of tho IClan, tho Catholic organ says: "What is this organization which tho head of the nation is asked to denounce as a menace? "Answer may bo found In the1 definition given, by William; Allen White in a recent editorial la ho Emporia Gazette. 'A body of moral idiots who would substitute their findings for the process of law.' "Careful study of the pronouncements of the 'Imperial Wizard' who presides over the destinies of the 'Invisible Empire,' will show that this Is not merely tho Ipse dixit ot a prominent editor and publicist, but an exact description in succinct form of tho membership and purposes ot cently Tho activities! of tho Ku Klux Klan are denounced as a "menace of moral Idiocy" In the current number of the editorial Bhcet of the National Catholic Welfare Council. This service is suppled' monthly to the Catholic newspapers and periodicals of tho country. anti-Cathol- ic pro-Engli- sh full-pag- ed er ed I ta nts con-uagi- ng weak-minde- ,v self-flatte- ry ui .,, lo Res-nubi- le. . 'setf-conetkut-ed ct w 1 if lttm B0 , .- ea ad tmr . i:a JCEJISUOBrSr October 11 Social by St. Ana's Churoli Guild in hall, Seventh and Davlcs. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. October 14 Social entertain men t Motal AdvMoement o! Ifkh Amertam asd CalhoHci Brat! to fea SocUl nd of Our Lady of Morcy Sowing Circle, OffieUUy Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian. Young Men's afternoon and evening, in Academy Institute and Catholic Knight i of America. Auditorium, 1176 East Broadway. Ocotbor 19 Social by St. AnPRINTINO CO., Incorporated. Publishers KBMTUCKY IRISH yVMERlCAN thony's Hospital Sowing Society at WJBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLE COPYSc Trinityg. Council Hall, afternoon and even in Matter. Entered at the Lonltvllle Poitolllca at Secsnd-Cla- ii October 24 Social by Altar SoWitt Liberty Stmt. ciety of St. Cecilia's churah, after IRISH AMERICAN, CwwetciwoM to tfce KENTUCKY Ukm M noon and evening. October 25 (Fall festival of Trin- I lty Couficll at club 'house, Baxter and Morton avenues. fflTlADES (ffijgfl COUNCjL fr October 27 Social entertainment afternoon and evening, by ladies of Cathedral Atlar Society, in Cathe 319-32- 1 XX2X53I3: AldLXO-AJBr- . KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. coming EVENTS. EVENING SOCIAL UNDER THE AUSPICES FALL MEETING 0 m y ST. AWN'S CHURCH GUILD' In School Hail, Seventh and Davies Ave. f TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. Take Sixth Street Cars. 11, 1921 Admission 25 Cents. CHURCHILL DOWNS Oct. 12th to Oct. 22nd FIRST RACE AT 1:30 SEVEN RACES DAILY ST. tho city. HELENA'S LOUISVILLE, KY COLUMBUS DAY. ...SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1921 dral Hall, Fifth street. that says: "When you wound me tho hurt Is my help, and the scar Is A BUSINESS SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Ask our graduates. You will find them in tho big business houses of School is in progress. Students may enter any day. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 AAAAAAAAAkAAAAkAkA L Tackling Common Decency, the at French Lick Springs. Jews and the Calhoitc Church at week-enclosed. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meehan, of the same time, and in tho same Frankfort, spent the week end hero ring, will make the Klan's short ap- with relatives. MARKING TDIE. pearance before the public at least Albert M. Herrmann, formerly of Lincoln Colcord, a writer in tho ono not without its points of fjoiilsvlllle, now located in Detroit, is here on a visit. Natoin, declares that Great Britain and Mrs. Swagar Is marking time in her Irish policy, Bherley left today to spend a few waiting for tho financial situation HOLD LIBERTY BONDS. days in Washington. to clear. Although her (tactics "obMr. and Mrs. John P. Hanley are Many were prone to sacrifice their viously are to make tho most of her risltlng in Cincinnati. . Liberty bonds in tho past year, some liberalism and gonerosity, and . . Mackin Social Club will give its bring tho Irish Republican Govern- because of necessity, and some be- first danco of tho season next Thurscause or fear, the latter seeing the day at the club house. ment to an acceptance of her ofefghty-flv-o City Health Inspector, Dr. W. F. fers," Mr. Colcord prophesies that flOO bonds drop as low as dollars. This past week these Riede and wife have just returned "coercion in Ireland probably will bonds came back to tho ninety dol- from a motor trip to St. Louis. recommence tho moment tho British Mrs. John M. Clancy will way to footing lar mark, and will go higher. For today from Narragansett Pier, return exchequer sees its where a safe and sure investment Liberty she spont tho summer the bills." months. bonds head the list. Mr. and Mrs. George Keenan, of Harrodsburg, have been the guests OUR. CONGRESSMAN. PAGE of Mrs. Dennis Hines this past week. PROHIBITION'S FAILURE. Miss EJiso Brady, of St. Matthews, from this Congressman Ogden visiting in Indianapolis as the A Chicago judge says drunken any congresdistrict 1s opposed to test of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Burns. ness Is worse than before prohlbt sional Investigation of the Ru Klux Misses Clara Landes and Mary according to dispatcehs. The Ku tlon started, that wife beating am Manion will be hostesses at a barn divorces caused by alcohol are I: dance on Baxter avenue this even- Klux proposes war on and persecu- creasling. Fifty million people ojt rag. tion of Jews, Catholics and negroes, posed to prohibition hate to be, Miss Mary Bullen was the guest of many of whom are constituents bossed by twenty million who favof of Miss Margaret Hogan at the Congressman Ogden, and naturally it, and juries baseball series can't bo found tf they will want to know why ho convict. ' . lb!.8.W00. takes this attrtudo Tho represenMrs. uena 'urey, or G13 Zane street, who recently suffered a tative Is a Republican, his party MELANCHOLY SEASON. jtroke of paralysis, is now improvbeing composed hero of 55 per ing rapidly. cent, negroes, and they will" want This 5s dndeed tho sad and sor Robert A. .Keyer, Jr., who is a to know pretty keenly why he rowful time of the year. Foothatl midshipman at Annapolis, was here doesn't oppose a society tliat fea- bugs and tho silly college yells come on a visit to relatives and friends tures lynching of members of their to pester as. Tho rah! rah! boys last week. Wiill Cushing, street, is race. crowd tho streets and break up tho laid up with an of Hull hand, susinjured amusement places and public gath tained in an accident at the L. & erings that do not suit their football N. railroad shops. BRUCE AS REFORMER. Miss Hazel Groppe, of Owensboro. tastes. And the daily press crowds Speaking of Helm Bruce, who out Interesting news to give, oodles ts horo on a visit as the guest of h&r Leon Marlon, of 812 poses as a reformer, and Oeading the of space to tho heroic football deeds aunt, Mrs. Thirty-fift- h street. fight for Quin as Mayor, tho New of Center Rush Fltznoodlo or Left South Richard Werk, a former newsHaven Echo says: Half. Back Reginald Dooltttlo. paper man of Louisville, was hero "Now comes tho Lexington Herthis week from St. Louis accompanied by his little son. ald and At shows Mr. Bruce In a OPPOSE MOVEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hennessy different light from w.hlch we had He does know There is growing opposition to entertained with a box party for a believed ho stood. few friends at tho Baltlmore-Louis-rlltho plans of the high brows, who the difference between a baseball series on Wednesday. and a Hand Book because he desire to take away tho electoral Mrs. James O'Hara and1 daughter that fought rights of the voters. The selection Mary, of 702 East Elm street, New was the attorney through the courts the battles of of our public officials by a little Albany, have returned homo after and a blow at a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Gorthose who favored tho Hand Book, clique is man, of St. Louis. which is said to be the rankest form the Constitution. Mr. and) Mrs. M. P. Kelly and .of gambling known, which he lost family have returned from a motor Senator Tom Watson came from trip to Lexington, where they spent when the State Racing Com,m8e&ion Iho week-en- d with their daughter, was formed by the leading horse Georgia, so does the Ku Klux. Kiss Evelyn Kelly. al breeders of the State and tho Col. and Mrs. Tho New York taem is sure to daughter, 'Mrs. N. J. H. Haager and machine was put In use be Thoben, spent tho cause it was mechanical and could win the world's baseball series. first part, of the week as tho guest of their daughter. George Mrs. give an unbiased and correct de d Next Wednesday, October 12, will bo Columbus day, and according to tho laws of many States it will bo a legal holiday. Horo in. Kentucky tt Is a legal holiday and all public buildings, courts and banks will be a "mark of my Indetsructiblllty." Tho ono institution that oven quotes Scripture to prove that killing her children gives her new life and vigor. SOCIETY. ft A A A ST. HELENA C6MMERCIAL 023 S. FOURTH AVE. COLLEGE LOUISVILLE, KY. Drs. Harrison and Sfrassburg Wa Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. PnONE CITY 5032 Is Mrs. Anna Ryan, of Jeffersonvlllo, visiting relatives at Utica. Miss Hattio V. Johnson spent tho A GOOD INVESTMENT 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET" Next Door to Dan Coben Shoe Store. I linvo a number of second inortcmro notes amitlv secured. Phono Cliy 4C03 Phono City 4593 which I will soli nt a sufficient discount to make a very attractive investment. ' TAMPTON AUBUCHON, Pros. 31 C Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and MARION E. TAYLOR, BLDG. P 1. KJ oldest Bank in the State. City 3430 Main 1932 J National BanR of HentucRy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. OIPJEDIST WEWANTYOURWORK I We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Style.' s and in Firat-Clas- PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding InvitatMtis a Specialty. HOME PHONE CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS City 337 and 355 PHONES Main 9102 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY "Put Our Drug Storo Back of Your Prescription" ...KZ03BY IDRUO CO.. 3ExroMoirliticaa Speolalists A.TJL, NIGHT HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY BKBD DAILY Homo Phono City 1843 J f KORTZ'S BAKERY C07 Are the Original. Manufactured By WEST BROADWAY ' tl uisville-BalUmo- ro S46. Tho Gooso on Wrapper Is Assurance Hint Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes- - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 81Q "WEST QRBBN: aJreiClXTw -- , MAGIC SOAP OOMPA3SY 1201 Story Avenue. XNOOKFORA.TBD Louisville, Ky. STURDIVANT & SON NAZARETH COLLEGE TINNERS MISS MARY C. CARR fe . higher education. Courses loading to bachelor of ants and bachelor of science, degrees are planned accord lng to tho best standards of our American Educational System. SISTER DULA, Dean. 851 South Fourth Street Louisville, Ky. ELECTION OF PROVINCIAL. Is open to all High School GratiV uates desiring' to pursue a course or ROOFING, Parlor Millinery Shop t ROOFS REPAIRED AND GUTTERING AND SPOUTING FURNACES REPAIRED ESTI5IATES PAINTED CHEERFULLY GIVEN PHONE CITY 2584 800 WEST BROADWAY s 608 EAST BROADWAY Home Phone 5994-- J lUt t BANN9N, PritMMt d Miupr. P. IAMBN, JR., Vki Pns. aid Trm. P. BANN0N PIPE CO. le Pari-Mu-tu- al Parl-Mutu- cision. "It is simply ridiculous to talk of stopping gambling. Men who want to bet are going to do it and If they don't find ono thing Uiey will another. No man can dispute this fact. If this is truo Why do away with tho ono honest form of betting. Why seek to injure the horse industry that has given Kentucky a name throughout the world, just to please a disgruntled and defeated lawyer." IRREMOVABLE BAN. 4 Window Shades, Curtain Hangers, CREAM "" Cleaning Oil Shades. gallon of tho Ku Klux Klan. Mr. DisThrough Joseph C. Polletier, The following will servo as Chair Offlce and Works HOME PHONE, CITY CB7 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Taguo charges that tho dark lantern men of tho different committees In trict Attorney Boston and Suordor Is a menace to peace, law and (the local council, Knights of Colum preme Advocateof the Knights of 240 E. St. Catherine Phono 0801 of order and that tho Government bus: Visiting, J. C. Kirohdorfer; Columbus, the It of C. have issued Shawneo 1175 West 117& J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager should equolch it right now. Entertainment, wm. Kelly; Athlet a public appeal to all citizens to LOUISVILLE CEREAL BOLL CO. Retail Yards Incorporated ics, Robert Wiulf; House, Dan, Law- - aid them in establishing the identiKLAN'S HARD JOB. GREAT CHURCH EVENT. CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY ler; Library, Jos. zahner; Charity, ty of persons distributing copies ol , Ed. Hosier; Literary, Thos. Mapo-the- r; a document alleged to be the Manufacturers of the Celebrated Incorporated Rev. Franci3 C. Kelly, editor of Tho date of the consecration of Brand , Press and Publicity, John EASTERN KENTUCKY BLUE GI "Fourtk Degree Oath of tho Knights tho Catholic Extension MJagazlno, the Right Rev. John J. Dunn, reState and National Activities, of Oolnaibus," "This malicious in"NONESUCH" FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL cently named by His Holiness Pope E. J. Cooney; Mtombership and De- vention 'is especially designed to Bays tho Ku Klux Klan in tackling Mines: Ilima, Clay County, Benedict XV. as the Auxiliary Bish- linquent, Jos. Hennessy; Introduc- stir up enmity between Oathollca Meal, Grits, Hominy, Corn Flour, Yards: 20th and Cleveland Ave. Gorae tough propositions. op of Now York, has been definitely tory, Henry Nttzken. uairy, nog and Poultry Feeds. said Bin Pelle- and T&ckllHg tho Catholic Church has announced as October 28, the feast tler. "And wo ask all FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS Homo Phone, City 2a Curab. Phone, Main D445 The sebeen ono of the great Indoor and of Gts. Simon, and Jude. CORK HONORS FORD. wherever poscitizens to City 30G9;South 1265 sible, In locating tho sewers of outdoor sports of twenty centuries, lection of the date, mado by Arch C. B. NEVIAN ART CO. bishop Patrick Hayes, is a a .sport that never quit enda. It ing evidence ofJ.the affection touch is Tho Catholic Corporation of Cork hatred and potential disturbers of SURE ENOUGH MOURNING. which about to confer the freedom of the peace who maKo It a business to CARRY FULL LINE OF ARTISTS MATERIALS stops for breath and goes on to tho has long existed between tho Arch- the the cltv on Henry Ford as a print and distribute It. Whenever neatt generation. Bat eomehow the bishop and his newly named auxil- token of the municipality's apprecia- - and wherever they have been prose-tio- n 'Down in Georgia a negro, who Including White China, Parchment Lamp Shades, nasbnre's Roman Catholic Church keeps on growioe. iary, for it was the date of the episPaints and Brushes Lessons in China given both Day and Nigll of his great interest In tho in- -, cuted they have always boon found had hia llfo insured for several hundred dollars, died and loft the Firing uauy X feeds on persecution, and always copal consecration of the Archbish- dustrlal development of the city. In guilty of criminal libel. Being op, and was chosen by him because Henry Ford and 6on took a sentially cowards, they have never money to his widow. She immedi- 319 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ROOM 200 TYLER BUII he. If the Catholic Church could it was the first selected for the con leas of Cork park from tho Corpor-- taken their modlcino like men, but ately bought herself a Tory be kfiled off, the logloal way to do secration of the first Bishops of the ation. mourning outfit. They bound themselves to have always whined for mercy, Borne Phone, City 7804 Showing hor purchases to her Kane Phone, City 4300 k, jHdgtag from ite bJetory, woald church. Bishops O'Connor and Con lay out $1,000,000 on buildings and which we havo invariably extended, Camb. Phone, Main 3580-- 4 Camb. Phone, West friend, she was very particular in for a period of five years after the This bogus oath is still being be to pet and pamper H kUo tfee roy will assist at the consecration. of the buildings to eai-- culated and we intend to proeecuto going Into detail as to prices and weakness of Hm members. But truth particulars. incidental RETURN TnANKS. Her Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son ploy and keep employed .at least the circulators and to that end feel all & jferftee the ooafeaskm that ta great-Tbey have in fact justified in asking any who know friend was very much impressed, 2.000 men. Dealers In triumph hi la the fact that St HOUSE The stetera and young kvdtes of erected buildings at a cot of of ita circulation to communicate and remarked; wfali to "Them ho is fine cloee, bat, and equipped them with with ue in the interests of social fe mm urrired that. All paraper-ip-f the Visitation Homeand pafcromthank AND DECORAT WALL PAPER AND RUGS who most modern machinery at an ap- peaoe and understanding and the befo' Heaven, what le you goin' to their many eettW.ao vnmb to atnnt (be took part infriends tae opening aad reoap- - proximate cot of $2,500,000. The eommon welfare. He' who stirs up do wkl all dte blaek underwear?" 1800 WB6T MAKKHT SI FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., ie. tfeti triaJs bagaa at Um Hotoe laat Ford factory at Cork will mob be hatred of on body of AmarlaaM Tho beraaved oaa itfgned: frwh monthe taatHtttton o earth weak, Reeidetiee Phone Shawse 11M-11WBBT MARKET ST. JmmnAtti ly.Bwm AM b 4nAAfHll O sailr' tMtimA fill " nAmlAf. .... . .. .. "CbHa, wfean I mourn X mourn,'' te the It otw.m... ot... V.u.ai K. OF O. CILUR5IBX. There is a movement on foot by tho movio picture producers to try to whitewash "Fatty" ArbuckSo in tho public eye, but tho American people as a Jury has condemned the low and vulgar comedian and no power can i repeal that verdict. Tho American public as a whole Is slow to resent offenses liko of ATbucklo's, notoriety has but widespread aroused that resentment. A similar case is Chat of tho White Sox ball players. Afll were acquitted by the court but the pooplo reufso to with that decision and those players are banned forever. do Sewer and Calrert Pipe, Very Rev. J. R. Heenan, O. P., Every Business Has Something Extra BannoB s Patent Lidded ripe lor Steam Condaltt, To Offer Its Customers prior of St. Louis Bertrand's church, , Wall CopiBg-- Drain Tile, Vitrified: BrlcK, D. LUBBEKS went to Washington Sunday evening to bo present et tho election of. the AT 819 EAST BROADWAY, HAS Fire Proofing", Flae Lining, Fire Brlctt Dominican Provincial. Very Rev. J. WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chlraaey Tepj. $, Raymond Meagher, well known in WHOLE WHEAT BREAD this city, is tlie present incumjbent. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. The Best 35o and 40c COFFEE and Oar Own Make Peanut Butter MAIN1307, PHONES CITY CEDAR GROVE MUSICALE. City 1671 PHONES East 2075 WORKS Thirteenth aad BrecklarldB) aad Ninth aad Magaolia. 2 A musicalo will be given at St. Benedict's Academy next Tuesday JOHN B. RATTERMAN evening by the pupils, a program of variety being arranged. The entertainment wild be given in the acadDAVIS & GREENUP FUNERAL DIRECTOR Austin Moore, at Chicago. emy hall, Thirty-flft- h WANTS INVESTIGATION. and Rudd DRUGS Phil Soden, the well known rail 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Congressman Peter Tague, of Mas- road engineer, has been visiting in EVERYTHING THAT A FOIST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY; sachusetts, introduced a resolution the East and stopped for a few SEWING CntCLE FESTIVAL. IN STOCK PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY asking for a Congressional investi-- days at Hackensack, N. J., as tho Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland guest of, liis son, William Soden. S. T CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS Our Lady of Mercy Sewing Circle Wst 1179. Tho office force of tho Wathon Invites its friends to attend tho . Home Phone, Shawnee 550 Milling Company held its monthly festival at tho Mercy Academy, 117C social session Saturday evening with East Broadway, on next Friday Mrs. Margaret A. Driscoll, of 734 afternoon and. evening. A spaghetti COAL & ICE CO. laaaaaaaaaaP , '"Jaaaa '.'$ South Thirty-fourt- h street as lunch will be served from 5 to S BaTaB?a?a?aV&'4ft' aTaTaTaTarf: aaaaaaflF" SiaaaaaaaKt Itwenty-flv- e o'clock for the sum of Manufacturers of JSaaaaam ''? Funeral Directors Social games from 2:30 to Co 1. George Barrett, Capt. Jas. W. cents. :HaaV:; ' ' CONCRETE COLUMNS AND ' FLOWER VASES r BBH " '''"WlalB 3 B Kiinnaraey, Dr. John T. Chawk and 8 o'clock. Charles L. Barker wlll arrive home SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD FACTORY AND COAL YARD: Embalmers. from Latonia this evening, where MILLINERY LINE. Parkway 485; South 1437-PHONES they have been officiating at tho fall Telephone 022 race meeting. Miss Mary C. Carr, of 608 East Mr. and Mrs. John T, Herrig, of Broadway, announceo that her fall DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls West Broadway, announce the mar lino of millinery has arrived and in riage of their daughter Georgiana vites her friends and patrons to call JOHN RECOIUS' SONS to John A. Andrews, of Now York and' Inspect her lino of goods. City. The marriage took place at DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISHC RUBBER THtES PUT ON uos Angeles on September 12. BETRAYS HERSELF. MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schmidt, FOR ALL PURPOSB6 CITY 9208217 WEST MARKET STREET Mrs. Browne I must say my hus(heir daughter Mildred and Mrs. Does Keatacky Ooasaiaors Oil Company Mary Schneider, of St. Louis, are band is most economical. S BllBBBBV'v'aaBaBBL hero on a visit as the guests of your husband save much? LoHfcnrflle Kentucky i bTCbbV 1te..'n. KMaBBflf jbmbVbT JbbbbbbbbbbI Mrs. Towne Boforo vro were Charles Dietz, of 104G East St, A. L. I MmmMNbWhv Catherine street, Mr. Schmltt and married ho saved mo from drown.,4bbVHBZKibbKkS3 UPHOLSTERING, Mrs. Schneider being nephew1 and ing but he hasn't saved anything ny BAKER AND CONFECTIONER :aMI f"i"ir ' since. nieco of host. g)ae)am wfm9mmw9 mm ( H. BOSSEsSON and ENTERPRISE HV:4 .AZifKmm . .': S- ImS Ml JISlM M 600B. BROADWAY Repaired Oil and Grease - JBH JgM aHHN GUNN V- their CARL STOLL, PUBLIC APPEAL. ICE Cas-sVM- y; . fair-mind- ed I es-19- olab-ora- to at $1,-20.0- Frank Hartman PAINT': I mj ...... M 1 .". 4 JKZETFXJOKY XJRIJSMC A AM3BlfcICttuc. INTEREST- fringing I UP K 1311-- f f V 1 WE TAKES' FATHERLY V A Ta BLOCkOFF- 3W PATHER UP I'M V WiwW r- Eleven . - Aw "7 oatH il A' m - JAT O TH AiKX TLU p g V I . AW ' I'LL WHALE udy f ( V Be The principal SCHOOL YOU l ENOTHEM-TO-- GROW UP y f V Etl 0Uvl tV:,t7p a das , ) ? 7 VUR CRHimrvl NOTHlM' TO YOU- - AN VOU LEAVE ' EM My klDS A,NT ' V J IM ! II IT 1 "" - m mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm e M tam e a " - - - OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE Buy St. Bernard Coal PHONES 932 I r-- il $ WWS gin and utmost value. Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. AH articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar- UST S3 I MiZlCUSSffP TaM DRUGS won't come to Washington to the Disarmament Conference. The an Prescriptions Our Specialty nouncement was made from London, 329 WEST JEFFERSON STKEET "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" and it is also announced that Lord Curzon can not come, and later we PHONES: hear that no English delegates have numb.. Hmtti, iqqi a ooh yet been selected to this Proposed Home cu "d great conference for peace. The Lt. HILL STREETS English official announcement says) Uf that Lloyd Georgo can not come That Arc Comfortable, Light and Durable. of the eerlous conditions in THE EMMETT BLEVINS CO. Ireland, India, Egypt and South AL. STEBLER, Prop. Africa, and because of the labor Louisville- National Bank Building, former Walker Bltlg. dC troubles at home, which have INTERURBAN brought England to the vofge of revolution. This Is all probably WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS true, and a plausible reason, but we CAFE CENT. venture to say it Is not the real AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 reason. Tho true cause of the fail317 Because wc secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers ure of Lloyd George to show up is you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there that he would he compelled by West Liberty events at Washington to show his are patterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen hand, as between Japan and the Next To United States. He has just stated Papers to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooIn tho House of Commons that lutsrurban "Engand can not abandon Japan." FROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL This, statement startled America, And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers Station especially the poor fools among our people who labored under tho de & R. friendthat England might 804 EAST MARKET STREET ABOVE SHELBY lusion us, or even fair in be conflict ly to a with "tho Yellow Huns" of the Pacific. Another reason for the abMERIWETHER CHAS. sence of the English Premier is that England does not want to disSHOCK DESIGNER AND BUILDER arm on land or sea, and dare not, ABSORBERS nil TinTfH because tnen ner robber grip on HO ME S the lands of other peoples would be of Ford CoiuM service Station d and Libert) loosened. Also Washington has 308 STARKS BUILDING the "dead wood" on Lloyd George. City 9196 They've got his number. Indiana KY. HASSLER SALES CO. TELEPHONES Main 345 INCORPORATED OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE - Flexner Building, 314 West Chestnut Street GEORGE NOT COMING. R. A. Fihe's Pharmacy iprL JS BBw5' ; Yd mens furnishings J WEST END SCREEN WORKS JOHN WEISS, BUILDER AND MAHAGER Just as wo expected, Lloyd Georgo LOUISVILLE. KY. "Sr " J ARTIFICIAL LIMBS " PER ,,,. ,. lm im Alterations, be-cau- so JL SI 2& be- Phono City 1840. SHINGLES Repairing, Jobbing and Store Fixtures 1 17 N. Fourth St. 7VTHES FLOORING m KORB J. SON ARTISTIC Gny Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS Cbas. Leber 800 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, CITY 2700 KENTUCKY Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 3104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 500 PARK 262 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY PHONES C. Shawnee 800 Phono Your Wants Tp West 9200 ARTHUR N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY ANDREW TWENTY-SECTH WOERTZ AND MARKET OUT RATE DRUGGIST STREETS LOWEST PRICES HOMES PHONE, CIT E80G HENRY EILER BROS. DEALERS SECOND-HAND XX AX.L KINDS OF AND TIGHT AND SLACK BARRELS AND KEGS LOUISVILLE, KY. 078-08- 2 UNDERBILL STREET H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS SOFT DRINK STAND CITY 3328 ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH THE BEST IN THE CITY DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY ' 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE PHONES BOTH highland 841 Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables WE DELIVER Bast 9153 SCHULMAN'S GROCERY WHEfr IN THE HIGHLANDS-ST- OP EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK BAXTER AND BREOKINRmGE GEO. "ROMIEI" AT J. ROM1SER, Prop. if ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TUdK )YD AND MARKET liOUISVDUUB, Both Phones Incorporated KY. 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS . , GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS SLATE AND TILE ROOFING REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. CITY 1705 kt Drinks and Hot Lunch, the Best in the City Fne Shawnee 1416 2106 PORTLAND AVE. D'op in and Gt Acquainted half of the Baptist spirit of religious freedom, tho twelfth annual meeting of the Baptist Woman's ! to 490 B. Sreokljulaf Brmci T ess Switch. & . Oftth. ft Missoinary Union of tho Atlanta district was told Tuesday afternoon by Dr. Ashby Jones, pastor of the Ponce Do Leon Baptist church. "I McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY salute you as missionaries at this SEVENTH AND BROADWAY strategic moment," said Dr. Jones CITY 2524 SOUTH 01112 to the Baptist women, "I and beg PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST that you will make your full influence felt to make tho Baptist spirit PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST QUALITY OP DRUG of religious freedom a power in AtSTORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE lanta and Georgia." AVE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE Dr. Jones began his address by asking what was the supremo contribution of tho Baptists to tho life of the world and answered this question by saying, in his belief, that it was the bestowal of the spirit of religious freedom. HOME PHONE CITY 2528 A corrollary of this principle of religious freedom, maintained the speaker, was tho complete separat- 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY ion, of churoh and state. This means, he said, that tho state must Catholic. City 2712 I'lionc Mnln 8473 CHAS. SCHUPP not in any way use favoritism to J any Teligious denomination. "Thei DOES NOT SAVE. EIGHTEENTH AND BURNETT STREETS very moment you say the Bible SOFT DRINKS AND HOT LUNCH must be read in the public schools, "Cutting expenses to the bone" may be a good policy under some that moment! you coerce every THE BEST IN THE CITY American citizen to pay taxes to circumstances, but Is certainly not support your Bible and such a SHAWNEE 965 commendablo In all cases, and is 1START ONE THIS MONTH WITN THE DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTHD was Bible Is not a Baptist positively criminal in some. Wo one of the statements made by Dr. refer particularly to the wholesale Louisville Bank Jones. reduction In wages of the poorest A corresponding obligation to this paid classes of Federal employes, Fonrtk nnd Central AvCnne privilege of religious freedom, particularly in our big cities, where always which the Baptists have rents are soaring and the cost of Homo Phone, Parkway 50 When you have bottles to to grant to is the the necessaries of lite have not come Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J claimed,persons duty same right all have a large stock of all kinds. sell see us. When you want to buy bottles we down to any appreciable extent. This of other the spiritual liberty, declared the speakIs not economy but a criminal waste FRED WARNS, er. not only of tho good will bat of the "Shame on us if wo resent health and strength of a host of encroachments on our own right to City 8714 O20-62- 8 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Fcfar Avenue religious ifreedom and 6hould not workers who can not make ends spring to tli defense of every Jew meet without stinting themselves in TAYLOR 'AND BERRY BLVDS. the matter of actual necessaries. TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS when, his rights in this respect are NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Surely tho Harding administration attacked," a continued. Dr. Jones Incorporated deplored tho condition of things In Is tnot so completely under tho conO Atlanta, whichi has resn'ted in. ono OLOBH BUCURTTY ft LOUT trol of the profiteering of the city representatives introducthat it was obliged to set an exao9rfxn.te4. ample in tho payment of starvation ing a resolution condemning a reA. Larar, Manager wages. What aggravates tho situaligious organization. BOARD OP TRADE BUILDING On tho subLOUISVILLB, KY. tion is that this despicable kind of Mosey Advanced oa Your Pl&la Hot ject of the Knights of Columbus 812 West JeersoB Street economy does not save tho nation oath, the Baptist minister stated J. B. OMigschlaBcr, President A. 3. Ohllgsohlngcr, Secretary anything like tho sum that foreign (geooad Floor) that a committee of Congress only HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 governments owe us in Interest quoted the oath attributed to that alone. Why do not tho people Insist Home Phone Cttr 3 987. organization to brand it as a He. on the interest on our foreign loans "It such conditions prevail in, At- AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES being paid, so that our government P. P. 'Valinoti Electric Co. lanta, why should not the council of CADDIE & ROSENHAM may be able to give decent living Now York City, which wo are led to "Wo Uso tho Golden Rule" wages to Its humbler employes? believe is largely mado up of Ro414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET man Catholics, pass resolutions crit913 WEST MARKET STREET icising tho religious system of the SURE THEY WILL. AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER Baytists?" tho speaker asked his HOME PHONE, CITY 767C WORK DONE PROMPTLY auditors. New Orleans Lodge of the BenevINSTALLATIONS, RESHIENCE olent Order of Elks has extended tho WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS SCHOOL RECORDS BROKEN. use of Its magnificent homo to tho AND REPAIRS C. New York's parochial schools have Knights of Columbus of New OrKEMPER enrolled more than 100,000 pupils leans while the home of the latter organization is undergoing Improvefor the fall term, marking the PERFECT FITTING heaviest regi3tratlon in their history ment and enlargement. We believe it providential that the great Amer- SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES and an Increase of 5,000 over last HOT AND COLD LUNCH OYSTERS IN SEASON year's figures. There has also been ican order of Elks should extend SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES a notable increase in the number courtesies to the Knights of Columof students registered In tho Cath- 041 WEST MARKET STREET bus, another great American order, PHONE CITY 150 olic high schools. in those days of religious Intolerance and bigotry. Wo sincerely trust that AUTOISTS DONATE WINDOW. this kindly action of the New OrBeautiful new stained glass winleans lodge of Elks,, the largest in v,Autor,zd Alleys. dows, imported from Munich, are Tables, Bowling dea,ors t0T Pho line tho world, will bo symbolical of the SuddIIos and Appoqqnrioo .m.. of being Installed in St Matthew's spirit of good will that should exist display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. church at Mt. Vernon, Ind. The between all fraternal organizations. subjects are the Four Evangelists Wo feel sure that all K. C.'s will OGLE COMPANY and tho Fourteen Helpers In Need. gratefully remember tho hospitality All of the winddws havo been donatIncorporated of tho Elks. aiornalng Star. Oculists' Prescriptions. ed, Including that of St. Christopher, SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOmsvrT, ttv which was given by the autolsts of WOMEN PRESENT SWORD. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY the city. EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSLNG AND ALTERLNG Daughters of tho Confederacy of UTOOBVSXATSD MONUMENT FOR GOVERNOR. Georgia are to present to Admiral and Chestnut. CalFourth A monument, the gift of tho William S. Benson a Jeweled sword H. vary Cemetery Board, erected t the on tho occasion of their twenty-sixtgrave of Alexander iloNalr, Misannual convention on October MERCHANT TAILOR souri's first Governor, wdll bo ded- Maker Admiral Benson and Mrs. Benson Young Women of High Class Ladles.' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate icated Sunday afternoon, October 9, have been invited to tho convention Prices by Most Rev. Archbishop Glennon 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON and it Is announced that they will CITY 994 Catholic young women wanted to at St. Louis. Tho dato has been attend. The State Chapter of tho Daugh- act as solicitors for Catholic Mag- called "Catholic day" of tho cenhome ters "of tho Confederacy were spon- azine in their own Apply town. Lib- tennial week, because of tho num- THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING with sors of a movement last year to eral commission. East, Omaha, refer ber of Catholic events planned for Neb, that day as part of- - the State-wid- o xuu MAY HEED IN THE SMOKE LLNE AT THE erect a statu to Admiral Benson, ences to The Far celebration. who is a native of Georgia, but this FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE propwas defeated by WELFARD WORKERS. HOLY NAME RALLY. 440 sourn aganda waged by political associates pnoNE city saea C. J. Keating will be Grand Marof Senator Thomas E. Watson. AdEleven additional Dominican BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND country shal of the annual Holy Name rally Benson la President of the miral havo just come to this COMPLETH District Council of the National from Europe to undertake social and at CInciunatI which will take place (Men in the arch- religious welfare work in the dio Sunday, October 9, beginning wjth Council of Catholic diocese of Baltimore. cese of Duluth, They will have their a grand public procession through IT'S A neaaquartera in uorpus unrlsti the city, and closing with solemn TIRE CLEANS GILT FRAMES. House in Duluth, but will serve in benediction with the Blessed Sacrathe various missions which already ment at Redland Field. The indiGO; Gilt frames can be cleaned sicely have been eetabliehed or which soon cations' are that' the demon&trtion with a pleee of freeh bread and am- are to be founded under the direc- will be the largest and most impresIncorporated monia, Dampea the bread with the tion et Right Rer. John T. sive ever wUaeeeed in the Queen CITY 688 3BRVI01I ALL DAY AND ALL NIOHT O, P., Bishop of Duluth. ammonia end rub the frame. City. MAIN SHI done in Atlanta and Georgle in ment for missionary work to be URGES RELIGIOUS LIBERTY. Tho present is the strategic mo- TTtYMwwMtfi J$g (gssEi -- MASON GOSS BOTTLES Weekly Savings Club Blb-lfet.- South JR. F. W ALWES & SON slave-drive- rs GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-5- 0 J. SOFT DRINKS 4 "l r C20 W POCKET BILLARD TABLES Brunswick-Balke-Collondor 1 o.i JOHN h LEVY 18-2- 0. Wanted anti-Cathol- ic Sis-to- rs fifth street "STAR" w &a&TS:'TXZ3n? The Democratic party offers to the ,ftvtffTfTTfTtJ,Tftft,VfTf , M.Xf&JUBJBL JJMttXKJUGAJB. people of Louisville and Jefferson County a' ticket that is clean, one that is composed of men and women whose integrity can not be doubted. VOTE THE You ;; Franklin Gas Burners j; i; rta-- T fmam westysi) mtomm4mtf9f WALNUT II l ,., -- FURNACES Overhauled and Cleaned ;; THEATER V DEMOCRATIC FOR 1 HERMAK STRAUS .. rOUr1Trl AVeNUl SONS MARKET STREET a- MCOVPWtoreO m i - -r (J j m, $2.50 E. G. HEART1CK City21Sl East 2173 915 E. I Wc Qlve and Redeem Qold ; J J Broadway. aa aaostloa tnara for lit are invited to investi- J TICKET ALDERMEN HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES i Tradlne Stamps. AND BOYS' SUITS GOOD MUSIC. Civ your boy prjar Uurt will gate the Democratic ticket; an St. W.Xavler's SomlavUIs, Broadways 1U investigation upon the part of a voter will guarantee a vote under the rooster on Democratic Ticket. NOVEMBER College MtTOt ' Xy. W. Overton Harris Conducted by th Xaverlan Brothers. JUDGES CHMCEIY COURT Bualnoai Attilla Cox and Classic!, ScUnUTio Department. Courses, Preparatory Lara Samutl D Kitd? Swimming- - Pool, well Equipped Gymcommon nuscour.T nasium. .Terms moderate. Wm. H. Fi.ld Bro. Benjamin. Dlr. TKof. R. Gordon I ,' HENRY 8. FISCHER Walt.r Ch.rU. T. Rtf COUXTT P. Lincoln , Wiley Bryan Rufuf J. Gough R. A. Robinson A. A Spanninger Charles W. Moms W, Fruier Dunlap Boyd Martin R. D. Ford SHOES For Every Member of the Family at i $10 ; ! i i T. A. Luman CIIMIIll COUIT Harry W. Robinson COURT ! M. A. Fromholts B. J. Campbell Nat Hoenlng COUCILMEN ams P. Gregory PORK PACKER COMMOIWEdTHtAlTOIIIET Joseph T. O'Neal SHERIFF COURTT V. K. Ecket H. Pope . Boiled Hams a Specialty H. E. MtcMuw CURK CLERK CIRCUIT ' Mill Pauline Eckenroth ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS INVITED TO THE DEMOCRATIC JUDICIAL TICKET. ' GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS frank Dugan COUKTY mORRET Robert Lm COUHTY Pm JMIER FINE CANDIES Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawnee 2347 John J. O'Brien COUmTAICOMMISSICRER Charlottt O. Woodburp CORORER Dr. H. C. Woodard COUNTY COKMISSIORER Samuel JUDGE J. OF Boldrick POLICE COURT M. L Marshall Making Old Shoes New For Quality and First Class Service You Will Male No Mistake in TaKlng xour snoes 10 X THE VERY BEST rROS.ATTY.rOUH CT. John L. Sullivan Chas. W. Milhken TH RECEIVER CITY TREASURER ohn F. Singheiser ohn Bartman, Jr. Frank C. Cowherd Carl P. Schuster W. D. 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 tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate 431 E. MARKET ST. terials, splendidly tailored and fin-- j Mark Sales, Pres. Jacobf, and Treas. J. ;; ished. L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated II THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW Sealerst In of Office and ; O. Sec. Store Fixtures, Safes, Cain Besrls- ten, Show Oases, Counters, Shelving:, Sto. 510 YTEJST HAnr STBEET Home Phone, City 1888 All Klndg FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. ! call for and deliver. Homo Phone City 23 I. 645 Fourth Ave , Bet. Chestnut and Broadway You get them back jnst like new. Prices no uigher. Will to. promptly Out-of-to- STARK Avork EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS FIIUT SECOND DISTRICT THE XAME KENTUCKY oag0Sataa') & INDIANA DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS $10 A Adotph Schmitt CITY AUDITOR Hugo Schulu CISTRICT DISTRICT PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Edward Huechtker CLERK Carroll C. Smith THIRD POLICE rOLICE COURT Fred Eckerle BAILIFF COURT Henry B. Johanneman FOURTH DISTRICT BUTTER SPECIALTY 1 Lansing l M. Atsop , SURVEYOR Lee J. Arbegust FIFTH SIXTH DISTRICT DISTRICT Corner Fourth and Jefferson Tho Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell COUNTY T. Hane PARK J. T. Smith Maurice Horwits SEVENTH DISTRICT JNO. P. MORTON & CO. K. AND I. PRODUCTS CORNS,BUNIONS hptwlif art WMrail Dr. Kills SciiitHJeiHy COMMISSIONERS attended Look for electric sign "STARK' - Tmtn fORugzpepy Real Ice Cream and Sherbet Hemstitching KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. Uriah Z. Lltsey Chiropodist 607 SUrks Mail IlalUlBi Beth Pfao?es Miss Isabel Haldemen LEGISLATURE, Silt DIST. W. D. Watkins LEGISLATURE, D. F. Murphy W. R. Hampton Henry W. Eddleman EIGHTH DISTRICT Albert Nisbet CONSTABLES 52nd DIST. 53rd DIST. Lee L. Simons LEGISLATURE, FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS INCORPORATED AND INDIANA CO. established 1820 - LoulsTlli, Ky Incorporated OPFIOJJ OTJTF1TTE118 JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 202 iTATIONKItS PIUNTKRfe KENTUCKY DAIRIES FIRST SECOND DISTRICT Ben C. Beckman LEGISLATURE, LEGISLATURE, Alfred G. CalWay DISTRICT H. M. Denton Leon 54th DIST, C. Webb Talbott THIRD Ilcrm Pcrfccto Eonova Cigar Sclirocr'e Smokers (UNION MADE) Home Phono, City 6041 CISTRICT 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, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. 551b DIST. P. LeWis WilhamM. Duffy LEGISLATURE, LEGISLATURE. S6lh DIST. Dallas E. Furlong LEGISLATURE, 57th CIST. Frank Siegel fourth District John J. Bibelhauser FIFTH SIXTH DISTRICT John Walter DISTRICT Buttons Russell 3U7-- 8 Pleating Service Shoppe SSth DIST. Fred J. Heissler SENATOR, SSth CIST. SCHROER BROS. Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS C41 EAST JEFFERSON STREET Joseph T. Sullivan SEVENTH DISTRICT Beading Braiding Beaked Bags Repaired William A. Perry SENATOR, 38111 J. S, Rohrman EIGHT DISTRICT UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND DIST. T. Alvin Durning To Thomas J, Dolan Oct 4tb or 5t Vote In Roremfctr You Must Register Home Phone City 8820 Most Attractive Restaurant Near Union Boston Building Xellio Russell, Manager. RECENT DEATHS Station. SWISS CLEANING -- OF MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooe Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. XNCOXFOBA.TKD SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Office 017 South Fourth. t Plant OOi) South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary IS THE HOME Milk Co. OF XNOOXPOXAVaD. PURE MILK "ASK YOUR GROCERS," DOMESTIC Wo are miners and distributors ofhe best Eastern and Western Kontucky OFFICE AND YARD: Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisfaction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. LOUISVILLE, KY. Wo operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reduced prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O (IHCORPOBA7K)) COAL-- The funeral of Mrs. Frank P. BEB POOLEY FOB MONEY. Byrne took place Irom J. J, Bar Loans to those having regular In- rett's Sons' chapel Thursday morn ternes or salary, with no publicity ing, with a requiem mass saitl by r red tape. Loans to housekeeper Rev. Father O'SulIivan. Tho interment was in St. Louis cemetery. a their personal security. The sympathy of their many P. R. POOLEY, friends is extended to Mr, and Mrs. Baesi 1, Oourlor-JonrnBuilding, Henry Fust in tho loss of their 41B 8. Fourth Street. little daughter Alberta Elizabeth, aged three years who died early SunThe funeral took K. A. Xrapp Chas. 8. Xrapp day morning. place from St. George's church MonHome Phone, City 7006 day afternoon at 2 o'clock, KRAPP'S MEAT MABEET Louisville lost one of its oldest Wholesale and Retail and respected Catholic citizens in Joseph Esterle, who died at Sts. BBEV, posr, VHAX, AITS Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Sunday AH Kinds of Smoked Xaata night. The deceased is survived by SOI EAST JEFFERSON STREET his wife, Mrs. Flora Esterle, two daughters, Mrs. John Riddlo and Mrs. William Burkley, and four H. A. DOLL sons, Joseph Edward,. Frank and George Esterle. The funeral took CONCRETE WORE place from St, George's churcli WedCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER nesday morning at 9 o'clock. n 3 Tho funeral of Mrs. Fannie BAXTER AVENUE Edelen took place lrom the Either Phone chapel of C. Schlldt and Sons Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock and GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE from St. Charles Borromeo church at 9. Deceased was the wlfo of ROBERT E. SCHULER Louis M. Edelen and is survived by five children, Misses Alma M. EdePLUMBING len,, Mabel E. Edelen, May Alice Repair Work Promptly Attended To Edelen, Arthur Joseph Edelen, Chas. Arnold Edelen, a sister Mrs. W. B. 1009 MARY STREET Offutt, of Shelbyvllle and a brother. Phone City 5708 Joseph Hayden, of Boston, Mass. al 621-62Hay-de- Geo. Waidlein Delicious Restaurant Cumb. West 295 917 West Brondwaj, Louisville Home Shaw. 105 Pastries a Specialty. &t Where the Quid! Meal Comes Id Where 1 SIMON PONTRICH la the home Where work U brightest ; done Where the work la l I Where eookfam m ps-Iiand Creerawood, lightest; real faaj Where the meal Where biking glrt DR. JOHN P. BECKER cooked best; llght Where the range stand Where dredge is m OPTOMETRIST the test lgBt Practice limited to diagnosing where That's where b the That'. and correcting defects of Eyesight "Quick Meal "Quick Ileal" cornea by the fitting of proper glasses. t to. UnJok Maal GasiRaasaa Sold. luBtnllrd niid IJicl I7 RteaaHaoH4 SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. c- 215 Third Floor U.JS.WAJ W MARKET ST COR. FOURTn AND Twenty-eight- h FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR. BY APPOINTMENT m?ui7T v. crwi Jf i, IGRAN W.SMITH'S SON AL. S. ,SMITHt PROP. BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY SPALDING SHOE CO. STEAM C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS f COAL COMPANY Yard and Elevator, Fope and Payno Streets. TMaguolia. Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starks M HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES All Kinds of Footwear For tuo Whole Family Two JIAMBLY'S Stores 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 18th and Magazine City 7164 BE A GOOD OXY-ACETYLENE Maple Tree Garden WELDER Eighteenth and Bernheim Lane Good Positions Good Pay "We Train You Quickly and Thoroughly in Our Shops Now Class Opening Now Call or write immediatoly or Teelnhone City 9121, Main 210 Soft Brink Stand FRED SCHICK, Prop. L. P. Blackburn C. K. Out of the High Rent District PROUI OF COLONELS EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock Our Louisville ball club will mein tho Baltimore Orioles this ajfternoon and tomorrow at Eclipse Park and JOHN B. WATHEN now that the Colonels have pretty yTURNITURH MOVCTCI AND nearly convinced everyone of tholr PACKING1 class record breaking crowds should be on hand to encourage the playS80 South Tweaty-(xifm. ers. Tho victory of Louisvllte in the Sh&wnee 1986 Wart 1884 opening game Wednesday by a LONG DISTANCE HAULINfll score of 10 to 1 was probably tho woreb defeat handed out in a series between pennant winners In the past Both Phones 2406 twenty years. Baltimore, the winner of three straight pennants in tho International League does not REUTLINGER & CO. measuro up to the advance notices Adolph RoatllBger and lone Is led to believe that the alInternational League clubs that FIEE INSURANCE lowed Baltimore .to win bo easily, TORNADO, LIABILITY AND must be of pretty weak calibre. Louisville fans can weM be proud PLATE GLASS of their club and Eclipse Park today 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET and tomorrow should be packed In appreciation as these are the last Home Phone, Shawnee 803 two games the players share in. c -- Funeral Director and Embahnerf BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, WWsWIPWeiWWeWWSW'sPapa)aja)Mapa)ia)0Ma)BeBt8l II 1HW'H 1 HI If HI8I C -fr ! DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embaimers f BOTH PIIOKUS. amu'iinHnunnKHnmnnHi) $..,.... Cumb. Mala 2008-- a Home City 2Q9S acianiT i i Darbl MAN OVERBOARD. HENRY COS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Y. M. C. A. 'Welding School BLACKBURN & DAVIS PLUMBING AND HEATING 2640 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLB ST. XAVIER PICTURES. )?)) THIRD AND BROADWAY. The Aral motion picture of the St. will" be shown (tomorrow afternoon and evening in 1 tke college hall, 118 Wert Broadway, the .picture being "Judith of Beflmlla," which had a three months 1. run in Log Angeles on Us first preGelOTT'I 01ICHXAL sentation'. This is a picture with, a ASK YOUR GKOOIK wholesome raUgioua story runnta? through it that is sure to please KRKAM FKYDKAKKS and satisfy pay awMeace. Three perform atMjsa will be given tenor-roLOVKYSVLB CMUM TKIBD OAKS 00,, laMrpMWtod i., at 2:80, 6:30 and 8:15 o'efteck. Ckty and Fulton Streets. Ceal at tke very lowest prices. Give us a trial, High Grade City 4489; Main 1688 NEW a O. T. COAX CO. CO&JL YARD - - - - KBNTUCKY Xarter College season w, Included among the passengers on board a ship crossing the Atlantic recently was a maa- - who stuttered. One day he wen.t to the captain of the ship to speak to him, !" he stuttered. "Oh, I can't be bothered." said the captain. Impatiently, "Co to somebody, else." Tho man tried to speak to every body oni board the jlp. but nobody would wait to hear what he was try Ing to eay. At last he returned to the captain. "Look here," said the captain. "If you can't say what you want to say, try staging H." Then, suddenly, in. a tragic voice the man began, to tog: "Should auld acquaintances he for got aad sever brought to fBi&d? The hleomln' cook feu overboard aad to twenty miles behtadl" I iS-s- -s Tin Roofs Repaired aad Painted Asphalt Sniggles a Speechdty 9011 WBST BROADWAY CARDINAL'S SECRETARY. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS .FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. It may not be generally known that the aged and (venerable Cardinal Logue does not keep a private secretary. In the midst of his multifarious ecclesiastical duties he actually attends to his own correspondence. Even the modern conveniences of a typewriter is disregarded by him. He writes a fairly good hand for one of his years. In the circumstances it Is only natural to expect that he should eep no copy of the letters he writes. And he Keeps none, "i am my own secretary, and am kept too busy to be able to make copjes." he says.. Ei..st: Maion. street. MrtifrAWamVVVtj, Hf M4t. ttel D. asd Embalmer L. DirectorB.AX Funeral m-v- i a,