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Market St. NttMS 432 LeeltTttta, Kj. ntucky Irish American 18. man of the Ninth ward on that day was Chnrlio Martin, custodian of tlio 1005 election campaign, and if Marshall Bullitt was walloped It was liono other than by assistants and of Charlie Martin. Today Charlie Martin holds a fat Job under the "reform" Board Of 1st n Avinrkfir VorUi nnd for the n machine. If Marshall Bullitt. Is honest let him tell the public his honest impression of Roberts, Ctoonie Hafendorfer, Abo Joe Dlsch, Max Hlmmolfarb, Tom- mie Butler ana "Monk" Gartner, an ol whom are employes and workers for "reform" under tho present administration. If Marshall Bullitt is honest In his political addresses he will tell tho public his impression of Dr. Bradley and Lawrence Bhang, the oilginal "horseburgers," wjio aro supporting Quln and "reform." By the way, when tho Herald dug inito the "horseburger" matter nnd found that Bradley was the chief horsebbrger of all tho horseburgere It dropped the story. .Tiulen TTnrrv IV nnhlnsnn filled a long suffering want when he ' nfl ministered a striking reprimand to MM i .Top ITnnvton. fhe Oitv Attorney. who has been airing his view's about promJnent men who dl(ln.t i)Oii6V0 n the SearCychnton brand of "re form." It will be romemhered that j mmmeT President Joe Kirwan , . r, . ... . 4.i oi me present uuaru ui jiiuuriutii fellow-workers L'Uli'.lAlkDf v PHONE: HOME 11 W MAM Kry Orirer sn Htcort tolitlHiTkrttTrit Incorporate 1600 VOLUME XLVII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921. , PRICE FIVE CENTS. T REPUBLICAN Machines i S3J , Ready For the Scrap Heap, , Nation, Stnto ami City. I I REPUBLICAN SCHOOL OF ORATORY. f t Searcy-Chilto- I MursIuiU Hullitt Overlooked Nunicr ous Important Features In His Address. Judge Hnrry W. Robinson Gives Quietus to Little Law ton, of . Phono Fame. LIMELIGHT. B.i"yylHrf HE lBHB. j"lL"lHI JB BAZHHHHflHBHHHHHp StjTflHHHHl KEYSTOXERS IN ; The Republican machines, ally, local and State, are Just now treading a tougn i" "'r? throughout the country haVO soured Tjorfiintr i, . .i luai uu "" .......o miminlstratloncitand about tho maddest class or uea izens are those who were besn Harding iua Pimnortinc "Harding because 01and Prostho flogan of perity." This especially applies 10 uu rallroad trainmen, "i""": Who just now aro uomb :Z we all sides, and thougn. men from CTeater .majorltly of railroad were throughout tho United btates nnthnslastfc Republicans last lau, the Harding administration Is doing Its best to see that the raiiroaa employe will not even, oe AC" hearing, in uo oiaiv-- ..." r In Hcan machine realizes that it isthis odor with the puhlic and Morbad week only billed "Howdy Ed" disrow to speak in Republican tricts, fearing tho caustic criticism and Interruptions that w'ould come The utter sections. in other State Republican breakdown of thesupplemented by administration, Morrow's pitiful record in the John Doe pardon case, has guaranteed Kentucky to Democracy for many years to come. One year of Morrow gave the State to Gov. Cox. while g two years will give a recordrbreak-inof the Sen.majority and control ate and Legislature. Following in the path of the National and Stalte Republican machines n machine here, is the crew, and day by day tho "reform" grattof bootleggers, gairiblers andto save ers are fighting desperately blunder is the day. Blunder after Ches plans maaVand nothing that Searcy and seems to do any good. the Herald, tflio Ku Klux organ, in launched a broadside at the Irish the past two weeks, hoping that tho voters would 'be fooled hy the old bunk cry of religious prejudice. Marshall Bullitt, the bitterest opponent of the Searcy machine for years, and who contributed money in to oppose the Searcy candidates ath primaries launched an tack Saturday evening, his insulte St. and the insult to the name of Ku being featured hy tho Patrick Incidentally Bullitt Klux sheet. never mentioned that ho novr has a through the Job In Washington kindness of the Searcy machine, but many In Oils tirade Saturday night think he paid an awlful price. up the Bullitt attack the Ku the Klux organ then featured boys, crime old of three eight-yeKelly and HInes, who comthrowing mitted the awful crime otcontaining a ball through a window a Quln picture. Then the story of tho Inshmam in the West End, who trywas afraid tho neighbors wore was ing to burn him out because he a Republican, the Herald never mentioning that while the fire was yelling at its heighth the kids were burning old moonshine still is "the down." n That the old gamo of the Is dying out Is machine shown hy the manner In which the efmachine plans, and the Herald's reforts to arouse prejudice wore ceived. Those Inclined to fall for game wondered why h the machine was the promising Jimmy Carroll Chief of Police, Capt. Cunningham Chief or Assistant Joo McCarthy Police, Chief of the Firo Department, Mike Filben 'rcapnolhtihent as Secretary of the, Fire ucpartmcni, dujvu wim ley Chief of Detectives, police lieu tenancies to Officers Hesslon, Mcrc-ai Searcy-Chiltoanti-Irisar ..,,. I . ' agked ' discussions as U T,nn,, na ntv Artnmw. present!,,,, tho Cumberland vms T(.Icpj)one company or tho tnvpny- crs of the city, from whom Ho re- eoived his salary. One would thinK thnt quIetus would snamb that young .. kecmner sIlont for ayrhllc. but R hWu and lt Js t0 bo hopcd Tl,d. Tjhinmi "knockout" wn h& the hoped.for remedy. Ono af Lawton.s audience the other night, hearing him, attack Overton nominee TTnrrt. flio Dptmncratic wante dto know If Irfiwton liad a war lecord to compare or even measure up with Mr. Harris. machine has Tliiu muzzled the poor old near Mayor again. Smith in nis aaaress iasi week jrave the alibi department of tho machine tremendous work in trying to overcome the blunders of "Smithy." As. for instance, the near Mayoi said his excuso for adding Mr. Thatcher to the City Attorney's huge payroll was to afford lepal mlvlpo fn tha Library Board. This BeemB to be a dead expense, as the to Library Board irom Apru, April. 1918, never paid a cent for local expenses, jet Smith and tho Republican Campaign Cdmmltteo advertise how they saved the Library Board money. We, Ifor one, hope that they will not keep the near Mayor muzzled (for the rest of the campaign, as he easily surpasses any of tho monologue artists; who appear iaA nri tha 'VOUrlfwlllo RflCTA. Can you lmaglpe anything funnier than Smithy's hoast or tno Keystone police, whom ho considers the finest In tho world? Kven the Republican audience of city nnd county em ployes, hurst Into a hearty guuaw nlimi .Mm noiir Mil or told how 1)0 iilmrir nttpmlpd Mm Kevslone lo- lico school and heard the old Keystone ipolice band play Its striking melody, "Tho Turkey in tho Straw." About the richest thing in tne present campaign is the efforts: of the Ku Klux organ, the machine 1iraca mratzai nrAntft nnd All tO try and bamboozle the public into be lieving that the Keystone comeay ipolice are real cops. Pretty near tno entire worm knows that tho Louisville police ranks by itseir, ibeing tne rannesi kind possible, yet day In "and day out the machine sends out millions of circulars and pamphlets to tell us that tho Keystone cops are alright, and, the Ku Klux organ publishes testlmonfals from Republicans In which they want to thank the Keystcners for their 177(5 Ford or their sooner dog. Junt about tho lime the machine figures It Is making some headway drunken or bold robberies spoil the steheme. You've got to hand lt to Capt. Younger, of the First district, "explainer." for being a Four residents of tho East End made affidavits that a Keystone cop was roused at Baxter and Rogers and was threatening .to lock up or club everyone who didn't asree with him when ho said that "Quin was tho best (hie) man that (hie) God ever put bresh into (hie)?" Finally the patrol takes him away, not being able to navigate. The next day Capt. Younger explains through the dally papers that tne iveysioner wasn't drunk, he was Just tired from loss of sleep nnd thnt made ....... j, ...... ... , mm UUire, JSUHiviiu i we have Searcy as boon companion - wagon was used to talto the sleepy of Marty McHuigh, "Frock" Crow- man homo. Say what you will the brown Joy, Tom Maher and Roger Nohalty. you'll have to award which shows that tho machine only derby to Capt. Younger for that h talk to pianatlon. out tho rob-The fool the dupes. But here's a come- hack that the Ku Klux organ didn't bery at Fourth and Broadway will print. Monday evening Joe Conk- - not be mentioned) in the Keystone ling and several other speakers were police testlmopials. Early Tuesday sent to address what they thought morning some of the many crooks would be a Republican gathering n our midst climbed over the front big at Eleventh and DumesnJl. This is transom, cleaned out ina size. show This an Irish section and Ches told the window about 12x25 boys to "fiott eoap 'em a 'little" as Bhow window Is right on Fourth some may feel hurt over the Insults avenue, under big glaring lights, Here's and a truck load of goods were of Bullitt and the Heraldwhat haiMienea ana tne wrjier un- as- - carriea out. iet uui u tiuo the Keystone cops, and it is be lenges denial. Conkllng and his Ksociates were hooted off tho stand, lieved that crooks1 used' stolen cops of to take snap a Kcjsiono cop got excited and odaks passed to andshots in, the of front fro flred his pistol into tlio crowd, and that harrowly missed bc4n brained with the big window. Four hours after was made h lieaithy brick for his mistake. Tlio a report of the robbery arrived on lltfitfc were then doused and Joo the Keystoners hadn't Conkllng and Ills fellow Republican the scene, There's a hitter arguSheriff Roes' office Breakers heat it by tho llfcht of the ment between department going on. neai1 police protection. and the police and HMHHi know "By your fruits you shall speak-i- n Sunday afternoon in the midst of an, exciting football gajne between thin," as the Herald said, hoys the 'Schusters and Jjouisvllle Athof the three elghtpyer-ol-d letics a man in citizen's clothe ran wfeo didn't like Quln pictures. OfatvhtVl Bullitt usedt to 'ha noted oub on the field and grabbed" two tor his farlwwM in the oW day players who had one to the ground ti ecrimmage. The players gathtw. mmnoad the In i. the, cause. miiwttlM and K he tIM fights falr-- ered around and a Vr aao wtuareiy n wijwwv Tlio stranger flashed Vmbadge and, now to talk, In his mid: "Go! drn it, Iftctkm 4da a- MB for faeet Vj Mid that he wwi iw-- lode emAnd tho H"Rult ad .lot jrittrww hail tha tery." Baurtod in b winin wru ok kind of Um tryinr to tnt- tton day. Very wsM. The CStahr- - harde thj ,,, . jntoa . Ja a pUjHC ECssIon o ... rate, $2.00 or $1.86. Teacher Now, boys, tell the public which is the lowest tax 5Mw.v-nJint,n- n. Apt Pupils in Chorus Why$$2.00, of course. i AAAAAAAAAAAftAAAAAAAAAft - .ii, AN OPEN LETTER s- lionest-to-goodne- ss Hen-ness- y, Key-Btone- re Ladies and Gentlemen: Your names arr appended to a document entitled "The Truth About Party Machines," which contained a damnable and insulting attack on every citizen, man or woman, of Irish Catholic blood in the city of Louisville, the article in question being a thinly veiled attempt to arouse religious prejudico especially against the Irish Catholic people. In ; that document to which your names are attached; there are such slurring phrases as "the de- throned kings of Ireland," "the fires are lighted on the hills again," "the chiefs of the clan have sent forth trusty messengers hearing the signal of the clansmen to arm them and stand ready to thrust the usurper but." alleged ofIn discussing a ward election of sixteen years ago the names of twenty-fiv- e twenty-fou- r of whom were Irish Catholics, notwithstanding the fact that fenders are mentioned, several hundred men were involved in alleged election offenses at that time. Why were only Irish names selected by your committeeNfor publication? Furthermore, do you approve of the insults to the dead in that article, slurs on Col. John Whallen, Col. Frank McGrath, Patrick Mullarkey and Thomas Fitzgibhons, the latter a brave and fearless police officer who was killed in the performance of his duty under the present administration? Are you, ladies and gentlemen, willing to approve of this attempt to arouse racial and religious prejudice in Louisville, remembering tho story of "Bloody Monday," which threw our d citizen concedes that the document to which your J city back fifty years? Every 5 names were attached was an uncalled for attack on tho Irish Catholics, and men and women of J that race and faith wish to know if you approve of this cowardly act? We await your a answer. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. fair-minde- - To William Heyburn, S. Thruston Ballard, Jamas 0. Willson, A. E. Willson, James F. Grinstead, Arthur D. Allen, Charles G. Middleton, Prank B. Russell, Mrs. John Middleton, Mrs. A. T. Hert, Mrs, Morris Gifford, Mrs. James A. Leech, Mrs. Herbert Bronner, Alfred LeGros, Charles P. Huhlein, Henry G. Knadler, B. Bernheim, C. C. Mengel, C. 0. Stoll, Marvin H. Xewis, Ben L. Bruner, Chester K. Reed, Richard M. Bean, Arthur Peter: HHrHrAr- - Searcy-Chilto- Jim-dan- anti-Iris- plain the fine points of footlball to the sleuth. Some said the badge was that of a deputy sheriff while others say lt was a regular police badge, hence the bitter argument going on. ' INGLE HANDED f.orcttn Murray, Girl Teacher, "Wins Buttle Aguinst Entire Town Boj cott. Searcy-Chilt- on MURDER OF PRIEST. ti d, tringle-bande- VAfAi fair play. Every child in her school Irish blood boiling pho battled for room declared a strike, every door In the village, with ono exception, was closed in her face; every string was pulled in politics to bring about her dismissal, children chjded her, Lome insulted" her. But she refused to quit or run away. She stayed on the ground and won. Tho rumpus ah started over a Bible. But it grew into a mighty btorm almost overnight, and it raged with great fury for almost rector or St. Patrick's Cathedral at Lead, S. D, was 'found Wednesday on "Poor Man's Gulch" highway, near the city limits of Lead. A foullet from Tho body of Father A. F. Bel'-kna- .,.... antl-Irls- - volver had pierced his heart. Father Belknap had been lured to his death by a man who, k few minutes 'before, had appealed to the, priest to go with Mm to administer tho last sacraments of the church to a sick man. lit was about 3:15 o'clock "Wednesday morning when a man rang .the bell at the door of Bishop J. J. Lawler's residence, where Father Belknap lived. The young priest answered the call. Father Thomas Hoben andi Father Belknap's parents, also living at tho Lawler home, iheard' a man ask Father Belknap to go with him to tho home of a sick friend, who was about to die and wftw desired the Sacrament of extreme unction ad ministered. Tnat was me iasi occupants of the Bishop's residence heard of the priest until his body Was found. It lay in the roadway, face downward, A largo bruteo on the back of tho priest's head indicated he had .been, struck from behind' with a blunt instrument. Resident's of the vicinity told the police tbey had hoard shots. Bhop Uf-le- r declared that Farther Belknap had no enemle and never had received any threats. Be&rcY-Chllto- ltS n Americanism nnd Irish" Woodland one week. Reyburn Is a country town of "Wit Triumph Over Religious about 200 Inhabitants, nestling in A Prejudice. tho 'Shlckshtnny mountains. teacher was needed, and members of the board of directors came to Miss Murray's home at Plymouth, Pa., the Parents Forced to Yield hy Tlircat ulace. and asked her to accept SepShd accepted, and on Under Trunnt of Arrest tember 12 went to the Jittle country rchoolhouse to open a term of seven Laws. months and. a half. She was well received hy the parents and the 'children, in her schoolroom she found pupils, from six to sixteen LOCKEI IN ROOM. BY PUPILS. years old. For tho first week there was not tho slightest trouble. Pupils were fond of the teacher and teacher of pupils. When, the secAve Just a slender girl, 1H5 feet six ond week of school opened, some younda, bright pupil awakoned to tho fact inches tall, weighing strong of that Miss Murray was Irish, That pretty, of face1, clear-eyemind and of Irish blood that U nover eeemed to dawn on any o)f Miss Loretta Murray, school teach- them irom the name. Tho ''diser, who admits iher ancestry. And covery" was mide when Miss Murto prove that is of tho very best ray opened a Bible to read a few d and verses, as is the custom In Pennsyltype she .fought, alone, against the bigotry of an en- vania, schools. A cross on the cover tire town 'that attempted to force of the Bible caught the eye of one her to resign, her position and drive of tho pupils. Findmg that the disnan from the village. The factl of cipline of the school was suddenly and! religion disturbed and that there was unher Irish ancestry Murray 6tarted the trouble. But etoo has usual whteperlng, Mls wow u splewdrid victory, sought the reason, only to learn Mis Murray, who to twenty years thnt the presence of one of her reMISSION' A SUCCESS. tflve schoolroom old, saw men wid women, in the ligious faith in greatly alarmed tha children, A John's church it Farter, Ohio, town of Reyburh, Pa. toline polldly day send her .array l(er there canje an. anonymous f ft very up" Ir w thl week tlw Men to But vetT a "by avutey. watting mtaon, eaUaeted JH mum knt Miriti .her. whole town letter telling herthe et a. King Abe hed Jme verefara. BM. Rir. Alxbdr WtlbwMmt, O. F. Keybura'rf population to entirely bu Ae did. get) md BPequwodiy ova. $mru m hot a Who ad with aW her Protestant. But notwltbvteMHmr, l&tftoUK Md our local church, large-caliber a re- they had failed to provldo n verused by Protestants. Neither did the school board. When Miss Murray accepted the position as teacher she was told to bring a Bible along. That eho did by taking her own Bible, riho was1 told by tho directors- to read a few verses daily. Following the discovery of her faith, Miss Murray found herself again in trouble in tho schoolroom when a clear-eye- d youth stood up and Informed hor that she had not men tioned the hook dn tho Bible from which she read. Tho .boy was told hat she was reading from tho Scripture and that It was not nec essary to tell him the exact part As tihe news traveled about Rey burn that Miss Murray was Irish and not a Protostant and news travels fast in a village the people ardso in. their might and decided to drive her from their midst. Some of t(ho citizens named themselves as a committee to invite her to leave town. Then 'came a letter from the Ladles' Aid itelllng her to get out of the village. At flier boarding house she Was told the miicker she packed up and let, the better satisfied the family would bo. She was virtually kicked cut of her boarding house and every door in the town was slammed in her faco as she sought Bhelter. Only th heart of a Protestant minister and h's wife wero opened to her. They took hor In until tho trouble was settled. Affairs in the schoolroom were now getting serious. The children, goaded on by their parents, were making life miserable for this fighting glrL The climax came when at lunch hour Fine rebuked one of tho children for deliberately tossing food on tho floor. Then a volley of cake, cookies, bread and crackers came In her from all tho pupils. Armed wlUi a ruler she showed light and those1 frhe soundly spanked she could catch. One of the bigger children ran. towards the door. Miss Murray raced after him. As fthe left the door the children on the Inside locked lt. Then they tossed out her hat and coat and started general rejoicing. The news scattered about town. The populace regarded Miss Murray as really fired this time, but they did not stop to reckon that her light was just about to bagin. The School Board would have been glad had she quit. They were spineless in the whole matter, but Miss Murray would listen to none of their suggestions. The school attendance to ten. dropped from twenty-nin-e One day Miss Murray was at the building andi not a student appeared. The teacher went to tho tchool each, day and finding that the raronts were keeping their children at home she decided, that the time had como for further action. The laws of Pennsylvania demand that when a child misses three days from school wlUhout) reasonable excuse tho parent is subject to arrest and fine. Miss Murray carried her caso to the county authorities. She got District Attorney Arthur H. James to investigate. A special meeting of the School Boart1 was called. Miss Murray appeared, and agents of the District Attorney's office were present. The townsfolk turned out in force. They came to demand hor discharge and she refused. The School Board suddenly came to life after the law tad been presented ,10 them. They wero told ihat Miss Murray had a contract to teach, that the State laws do not force her to read any parr llcular edition of the Bible, and that if parents kept children' under sixteen out of school tho parents were liable to arrest. Tho Board oamo to the support of tho teacher. The school was ordered to reopen. Tho truant officer was Instructed to arrest the parents of any child kept out of days. When Miss school three Murray reopened tho school tho children wtare all there. She read the Bible to them. She goes about her work now just as she did before. There is discipline in her schoolroom. She 'had to fight to win, but she was not afraid to fight. Miss Murray can not get a place to board In tho town, but she found an They old friend In Shickshlnny. have taken her in and she drives three miles each day on an old buckboard to the little red echool- houso in Reyburn. ''I am sorry it all happened," she said. "I would not quit. My par ents' wanted me to. My friends adbut after I vised that I leave, thought, It over I came to the conclusion that race prejudice and bigotry are the things that aro threatening our Americanism: I'd fight for good old United States any time, and I decided that right here was a place where duty called. So I Just made the best, gamest fight I could." sion, of tho Bible - IRELAND Michael Collins to Confer "With Returns fo Dublin President Do Vnlera. Conference Survives Scare That Threatened Rupture and Holds Meeting. a Confident Feeling nt Sinn Fein Headquarters and Situation is 'Easier. ULSTER NOW THE MAJX ISSUE. MInbnpl flnlllntc. 4foa InnAar- rvf tha Irish Republican army and ono of the strongest figures In .the Irish delegation now negotiating for a settlement with Great Britain, arrived in Dublin early Saturday for conference with President De Valera. Grave anxiety over the possibility of - nntrntinflfiTiR livfVOAn Virt TlH'Mnli Government and Sinn Fein Ireland continuing to a successful conclusion R'M fnlt In Lrfmilnn Moniiav. Tho DEATH A SHOCK. seventy-fou- r Joseph Relnhart, street, oars old, 1919 Duncan dropped dead Saturday morning at the Peerless Manufacturing Company plant. Fifteenth street and Ormsby avenue, whero he had for work, iliaving received tho position Friday. Surviving him are four daughters, Mrs. George Rltzer, Mrs. 'Catherine Mullen, and Mre. Louisville, Edward Welnbrennor, and Mrs. Herman Glmplo, St. Louis, and two sons, George and William Relnhart. Funeral 6orvlce9 wero held Monday morning at St, Anthony's church, where ho had Jong been a respected member. J -- ed at Uirh-tto- tr, o-- f HARVESTFESTIVAL. people of St7 Denis church parish at Shlvely and their ninny frlentds are taking a keen interest in the coming ffall festival on November 16. A feature will lie n ejpeolal chicken supper, for wfhlcb the women have hecomo noted and which will attract many from the city. Indications are that Rev, Father Zoelter aal his people will make thi fell teetWal one that all wlwy'sttiwid will enjoy and loa The" conference between members of tho British. Cabinet and representatives 01 tne uan juireann was resumeu, but there was evident a feeling that the situation was Buch, as to give ground for concern among those hopeful for an adjustment of the At Sinn Fein Irish controversy hpnrlminrtAr'tt rtf inrs- ihn tulnese which had prevailed gave way to pessimism after the return of Michael Collins from Dublin, tho fear being expressed that insistence upon, a declaration of allegiance to rno iving Dy I'rcmier Liioya ueorgo would result In the breaking off of the conference. It .was pointed out, on behalf of the Sinn Fein, that this condition was repudiated by tho Dail Efreann and. that there was substituted for it the formula of "Association with the British Empire " Tho Sinn Fein, it was declared, is willing to continue the conference according to that formula, out wan not accept, allegiance to the King, at least until tho bargain is finally made. At the Irish office it was stated that to the IQnc was; a neccs- consequence to coming into the British Empire ana except on tne lnc4a nt TrAl.miil rvMnnlirtai tr In Jhe omnlrA Tin rmfnrnnrft wns Tiosslhlo. The Sinn Fein, spokesmen for It In dicated, was prepareu to meet iiiuyu George's demand for a declaration of allegiance with a detailed argument. Prime Minister Lloyd George, answering a quec'on ijj fho House of rega'rding" Eamonn do Commons vnir!i'a mAecairfi to Pone Benedict. said the publication olf Do Valera'fi message, especially m tne miuuie of the peace negotiations1, constituted a grave challenge "Tho position of tho Government on tne question in that telegram has been made abundantly clear," the Premier continued. "Wo do not propose to recede from it, and tho conference can not proceed on any other basis." Tho THh rnnferenca has survived another day, and Tuesday night the situation is uisuncuy easier. it would, be too much to say that the crisis caused by De Valera's letter to the Pope altogether has passed, but both sides are hopeful that a way out soon may oe louna. nnu today's proceedings were decidedly Indicative or a hopeful outlook. The full meeting of the conference arranged for Tuesday was post- nvnnl jinH .InsfAnd the committee Of four selected at yesterday's meeting &pent two hous at Dawning street. Tho commltee consisted 01 rnme Minister David Lloyd George and J. Austen Chamberlain for tho British, and Arthur Griffiths and Michael Collins for the Irish. It was very significant also that tho subject under discussion was Ulster. The Irish delegates brought wl'h them Zan MUroy. a member of Dall from County Tyrone, which Is ono of the aroas in d'sput6, and Erskine Chllders carried witn mm a iargo roll of maps, ono of which was eaW to be the famous reJIgiouB for a Buckingham map produced i Palace conieronce during mm That the inference abandoned the got nnoaMnn of Rnvoreljmtv and down to the vitally important ques tion of Ulster is a sign ot progress in the right direction. When the meeting of the commltteo adjourned it was announced that further meetings, either of committees or tho conference, had not been fixed because of tho difficulty of fitting in the Prime Minister's time, but it is probable that thcro will be a furuher meeting Thursday. it was a good sign also that no Irish questions wore asked in Parliament, Lloyd George having in choking off tho troublemakers. The committee comprising Primo George, Austen Minister Lloyd Chamberlain, Arthur Grlfltth ana Michael Collins, which was appointed tQ endeavo: to find a formula bat would enatie a continuance of thn lush conference, met for two hours without completing its task. No date wa3 fixed for the reassembling of the conference itself, because the committee's report was not yet ready. jiifHf-nried suc-ceee'.n-oth- er i si 4 1 rt 1 1 l FATHER MEAGHER P CHOSEN". Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, O. r Provincial-Superiohas been of the Dominican 'order in the United States. The eholee wo made at a meeting of membetw of the Order of Precers (the. regular name of the congregation) at Wart- isv?;totw , jBaroDloroBsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. XliULXaC J&JS40&J&.XGAJS:. WEEK IN OinO. coming EVENTS. Rev.-- 9rtiOlfieJally to the Sockl and Motel Advancement ol Irfah Americas end Catholics Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea'a Institute and Catholic Knights of America. PRINTING: CO., Second-CU- Publishers WBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Inerporit5, Matter. 319-32- Ent rred at the LoultvlIU Pottofflce u Utrw All CwrowilcattoB to Um KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 Witt Lifeartr StrHL Practice limited to diagnosing Brother Bede, formerly teacher and correcting defects of Eyesight at at. Joseph's College, Bardstown, by the fitting of proper glasses. has been added to the1 St. Xavier's SUITE 810 STAKES BLDG. staff, and will teach mathematics. '. . . .SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921 LOUISVILLE, KY Announces the Opening of His Office at this maKes rour now proiessors Third Floor added to tho list on account oi tuo a reduction of wages oa tho unTACK. JOINS TUB increased number of students this COR. FOURTn AND derstanding that there would ba a. ve3rWALNUT STREETS Attorney' "William Marshall Bul- corresponding reduction of freight Practice limited to the examination of the eyes and Home Phone, City 1180 ALUMNAE SOCIAL. litt aligns himself with the mongrel charges. Tho raldroads did not furnishing of glasses. HOURS1 9 A. M. TO G P. M. OR deem it smart pol- reduce rates, but continued to jockaggregation who The Ursullne Alumnae announces BY APPOINTMENT itics to attack the Irish and Irish ey the situation to force a further a social entertainment for Thursday ReAnovcnlng, November 3, at St. In his speech at tho reduction of wages, and this after Catholics. and Marthony's Hall, Twenity-thlr- d publican gathering Saturday evening receiving a half billion from 'the Tho Gooso on "Wrapper Is Assurance That ket, nt which many interesting . Bullitt read an alphabetical list of nati nal treasury to help finance the pleasures will' be offered. This so- tetjawtof Md JUxMraal Nails ScliitlfltiKy TriaM Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes what purported to be alleged elec- roads. Are tho railroads by forccial ohould draw a largo attendance. y offenders, and in the list of ing a strike situation merely Dr. Uriah Z. Litssy tion Are the Original. Manufactured By tax ?X TIRE INVENTOR DIES. e names .only distinctively to coerce tho Government into Mrs. L. McCloy had as her gueslt Chiropodist IffjhL I Jv. Irish names were read. Naturally making another tree gift? It looks her brother, Mr. Frank Conroy, of 007 John Boyd Dunlop, known as the INCORPORATED pneumartlc tire, died the speaker's atFack was enthusi- that way, doesn't It? It the national Lexington. Starka Inventor of ithe Mapother in Dublin on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Louisville, Ky. He was astically received by the bigots in authorities have the interests of the BuiUiat 1201 Story Avenue. tjii "' rtwjuSATJ have taken an apartment at 4709 eighty-on- e years old. His Invention, Both Pfao?ei tho audience, one interrupting to say people at heart they will at once Southern Parkway. first introduced in 1&88, resulted STURDIVANT & SON that "St. PatTlck was the only one oa1! the bluff of the railroads, and Mrs. Margaret O'Brien. of Chi in tho popularizing of bicycling and tell them that before they will al- cago, visited Mrs. S. D. Thompson, was a forerunner tit passenger auto- Homo Phono City 3820 out," the K.u Klux Herald left tho interruption In black typo low business to be dislocated and at Prestonla the past week. mobiles. Most Attractive Restaurant Near ROOFING, GUTTERING! AND Mrs. Salllo Lutz, of Charleston, SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED AND tho next day. Through a long lino che people inconvenienced the GovUnion Station. Ind., has been the guest of her son, PAINTED FURNACES REPAIRED ESTIMATES TRETTY FALL WEDDING. Bullitts, from Marshall Bullitt's ernment will take over the railroads Dr. James Lutz, in this city. of CHEERFULLY GIVEN grandfather down to the present and run them for tho public interA pretty fall wedding was that of Geo. Waidlcin Miss Elsie Burns, of St. Matthews, 800 WEST BROADWAY PHONE CITY 2584 'have always been on the est. A little backbone on the part has teen vlstltlng her aunt, Mrs. Miss Phyllis Kavanaugh and Lieut. day, they William Robinson, which toolc place side ogalnst Know Knothinglsm and of the Federal authorities is all that Jeromo Burns, In Indianapolis. Delicious Pastries a Specialty. DAVIS & GREENUP Mrs. John Kreitzm'an entertained at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at religious prejudice. They know the is required to savo the nation from church, Rev. Father 917 "West Brondwa.1 , Louisville St. Philip's nienTend women of Irish blood wore a calamity that would bring untold the Ladies' Democratic Club Friday DRUGS Ackerman performing the ceremony, at her home on Euclid avenue. ever loyal to our country and if suffering to the mass of the people. maid of Mr." and Mrs. Walter Twoomey, Miss Lillian Miller was Bingham hon Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 EVERYTHING THAT A FmST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY associh was Capt. Robert Marshall and his Southern Heights, are visiting their or and Robinson's best man. Misses IN STOCK PRESCRD?TIONS A SPECIALTY ates will look over the honor roll of son Leandor Twoomey, in Cleve- Lieut, NOVEMBER ELECTION. S.TV. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS Louise Stone and Lauretta Williams they will And land, Ohio. tho recent war records wore bearers. Tho cere Mr and Mrs. dlarence Haley, of mony the ribbon Homo Phone, Shawneo 550 Tho regular November election is the samo class of names Jhat he was followed by a reception, FLORIST Jeffersonvllle. have gone to Lafay- when the bride and groom received read in derision, conspicuous in only twelve days away, and no man ette, Ind., where they will make the congratulations of a host of Cut America's part In the war. At pres- oj women entitled to voto should their Dome. ENTERPRISE COAL & ICE CO. Flowers, Designs, Plants friends ent Bullitt 'holds a position in Wash- fall to cast their ballot that day, J. Ford, who has been visiting Manufacturers of and Creemwood, ington through the graces of the and thus elect an administration his family for several days in Sonth WELL KNOWN' HERE. CONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES machine which he that vdll give Louisville the most Louisville, has returned in his work Telegrams received here Saturday foqghc so earnestly for years. While progressive and successful govern a't Colesburg. FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD Quick is seriously located there tho Kentucky Irish ment It has ever known. It should thoMliss Elma her grandmother, ill at brought the sad news of tho death ' PHONES Parkway 485; South 1437-Mrs. home of Capt Michael Quinn, a (frequent American wants to suggest to tho not be overlooked that Overton James HIgglns, 1132 Culbert9on ave- of and welcome visitor to Louisville, bitter Irish 'hater that he pore over Harris is the Democratic nominee nue? New Albany. at 'hir. home in Brooklyn. Capt DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Quinn has for many years been one John Corrlgan, who has been tho war records and read Provost ior Mayor. Honored by the Gov Mr. and Mrs. P. J, Fitzgerald, of the Supreme Trustees of tho which ernment for his war record, Over Marshal Crowell's report, in JOHN RECCIUS' SONS Place, left Sunday night for Catholic Knights of America, who NORTON BUILDING RUBBER TIRES PUT ON it showed that the Irish Btood at' tlie trn Harris will serve tho people Florence in Chicago. wore greatly benefited by his coun his home DOLL BUGGEES AND IRISH top of the honor list in the war faithfully and can bo depended upon Mrs. Fred Lutz, who has been en- eels. Ho. was a veteran executive MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. records Then to oppose all unnecessary taxes and joying a delightful visit with Louis- of tho Brooklyn flro department, N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson diaft and voluateer 217 WEST MARKET STREET we'll expect Mr. Bullitt to apologize waste of money ,and will make a ville relatives, has returned to her from which he was retired some CITY 9206 tirne ago with full honors. His JNO. P. MORTON & CO. for his insulting and trouble breed- valuable man as Louisville's chief homo in Indianapolis. vis- dea'h is mourned here as well as In Mrs Grace Griffith, wh'o was ing address of Saturday, and INCORPORATED executive. . Tho voters should not iting Mrs. Frank B. Brooklyn, and to tho borearved ifam ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY Searcy will permit him to hold forget to come out November 8 and Burkeher sisters, Amy MoCann, has ily hts Louisville friends tender established 1820 - LooisTilie, Kj and Miss heartfelt sympathy. Washington job just thosame. voto for Overton Harris and .the returned to Coluiribus, Ind. his EVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME OFFICE OUTFITTERS Democratic ticket. Tho polls will Misses Mary Catherine Ross, Eva FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, KY. HAPPY UNION. STATIONERS PRINTHK SAFEGUARD OUR INTERESTS. open at C o'clock In tho morning May Ross, Catherine O'Brien and Both Phone guests of Miss and close at 4 o'clock In tho after- Julia O'Brien were An evont of interest last week in Sallie Roberta Thompson Sunday. UPHOLSTERING, Tho Penrose bill which would give noon. was the marriage of Shawnee 1175 .J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager West 1175 Miss Minnie Murray, Clifton, has Catholic circles to tho Secretary of the Treasury full Miss Virginia Ruth Bonn and W. J CARL STOLL, Rotail Yards os her guests 'for tho week-en- d foreign loans Shaughnessy, which took place nt authority over our her niece. Miss Lucille Murray, and PRAY FOR DEAD. high mass at St Window Shades, Curtain Hangers, CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY with power to refund and to make nephow, Eugene Murray, of Latonia. a soiemn nuptial The Rev. Cleaning Oil Shades. Peter's church. William Incorporated fit, has sctloments as he might see Mesdames Edward Bosler, Wil- Pebrol was tho officiating clergyman, Office and Works tho month upon which November, EASTERN KENTUCKY BLUE GEM amended by the Ways and we are about to enter, is most espe liam Craven and William Craven, assistedby Father Walsh and Father 210 E. St. Catherine. Phono 0501 bten FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL of the lower cially consecrated Ajy Christian piety Jr., wore ithe recent guests of Mr. Inhoff. Miss Beata Smith was tho Meanfl Committee Yards; 20th and Cleveland Ave and Mrs. E. M. Gregg, Jefferson-tow- maid of honor and Miss Hildegarde Mines: Hlmq. Clay County, Ky. SEE POOLEY FOR MONMY. houso. A provision has been added to tho memory of the dead. After Stoest-e- r was her cousin's brides Loans to those having regular In to tho bill to make impossible the celebrating on its first day tho glory William A. Sheehan, the' popular maid. Joseph Russel was best man Homo Phone, City 2580 or salary, with no pnbllcltj Cumb. Phone, Main 9445 Sr" of any country rducttcn jf tho blessed In heaven, the church L. & N. railroad shop foreman, is and the ushers were- Riy Kennedy osies tape. x Loans to housekeeper! celebrating tho arrival of a little ana jauwaru wnaien. Miss Thelma r red other than by payment In gold, with C. B. NEVIAN ART CO. omlnds us on the next day of tho baby boy at his homo, 1018 Sylvia Lochner was ithe flower girl. Immea their personal security. Another out consent of Congress. fouls of the just in purgatory, not avenue. diately after tho ceremony a break F. R. POOLEY, CARRY FULL LINE OF ARTISTS' MATERIALS stctlon provides that paypient of .in yet entirely pure in tho eyes of Mjs. M. J. Doll, Mrs. Clarence fast was served at the home of the Building Including White China, Parclimcnt Lamp Shades, Hasburg's Roman terest by countries in existence be- Divine Justice. They are craving Doll and Miss Luclllo Allen spent bride for the members of the bridal awn 1, Courier-JournGold 41S 8. Fourth Street. Paints and Brushes Lessons In China given both Day and Nicht ' fore tho war can not be deferred the suffrages of tho faithful to the week-enat Notre Dame Uni- party, and a reception was held in Firing Dally authority Clifford Doll is a the afternoon for the friends and versity, without Congressional shorten their captivity and open to studtut. where relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Shaughnessy HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES 310 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ROOM 200 TYLER BUILDING more than two years after the fund gates of Paradise. She Mr and .Mrs. Benjamin Humplck ioLt later on a trip to Washington. The them the ing agreement is concluded. end instituted a feast, announce the engagement of their New York, to be In Boston for tho All Kinds of Footwear For tho has for this bill also provides that bonds of one called Commemoration of tho Faith daughter, Miss E. Justlna Humpick, Harvard-Centr- e v football game. They Whole Family will be at home after November 7 can. not be accepted in M. J. BANNON, Pratldint and Mauir. debtor nation to Thomas B. Naughton. The wedP. IANN8M, JR., Vict Prat, aid Trias. ;; Departed, generally known Two IIAMBLV'S (Stores at street and Virginia payment of the debts of another. ful Souls' day. This she has done ding 'will take place In November. All 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 Maokey and avenuo. Dr and Mrs. Harry The commission to conduct the fund to draw our attention to souls dear 18th and Magazine City 7104 daughter, Miss Elizabeth, who were ing negotiations would consist of to up, ALL SOULS' DAY. 'too frequently forgotten by hero for a short visit with Mr. and five members, one of them tho Sec; oven their nearest and dearest. Not Mrs. J. Ford, South Third street, On All Souls' day, November 2 of Maple retary of tho Treasury, to be apSewer and Cslrert Fine. 2 consecrated to havo returned to their home at Inonly is November tins year, and on the annual recur pointed by tho President. Appointdianapolis. Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits. rence of the Feast of All Souls every Eighteenth and Bernheim Lane I the dead, but the whole month is ments would have to be confirmed given to xMr. and Mrs. George Wilson, of Wall Coping, Draia Tilt, Vitrlflea BrlcK, allowed their relief. , Haldeman avenue, entertained in priest win ne grant is to say threo by the Senato except in cases where masses. Fire Proofing-- Flae Lining, Fire BrlcH This of universal honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert members of tho Cabinet were seGrate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. Those present were Mr. and application and In perpetuity. The first FRED SCmCK, Prop. GEORGE SORELY AFRAID. lected, Mrs. Tarn Barry, Miss Geraldine mass mass to be saidisIsinthe All Souls exactly OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ; the Missal. O'Connor, Miss Ann O'Keofe, James Tho second Is as It These provisions safeguard fairly the anniversary mass, Anglo-Iris- h con Scally and George Hoibourne. Reports from-thrights of this country in the well the Both Phones 2406 PHONES CITY 373.1786.S CUMB. MAIN.507. with "the phrases in tho prayer referMiss Lena Mao Jaxon, daughter ring to the anniversary left out in matter, but they defeat the purpose ference indicate that tho Irish rep Breckiaridfte Bud Ninth nad MagBolia. Clark, N. Jaxon, and of Tho third Is that set REUTLINGER & CO. of the original bill. The purpose of rcsentatives are not deceived by the eon J.oi Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Clark, each case. W. L. next to it in the Missal, the ordinary conference .! the Penrose bill was to allow the "smoothness" of tho 4C17 Southern Parkway, wore unit mass Adolph Reutllnger for the dead" with tho Secretary of the Treasury to remit thus far. The plan of Lloyd George ed in the holy bonds of wedlock prayer Deus, venlae largitor, the refFIRE INSURANCE and substitute in the process of re- to atfend the conference on the Thursday evening of last week nt erence to the brethren, relatives and Prop. GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE Charles Borromeo church, by TORNADO, LIABILITY AND funding so that Great Britain could ilmltation of armaments in Wash St. Rev. Father C. P. Raffo, In the benefactors being changed so as to the Include ROBERT E. SCHULER shift her obligations. Much of the ington without ilrstBettllng tho main presence of their immediate rel- Is only all souls. In each mass there PLATE GLASS one prayer and in each the INTERURBAN points of dispute with the Irish atives. Upon their return from money which Great Britain borrowed 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET PLUMBING. Die3 lrae is recited. A priest can from Ais during tho war was loaned leaders has created a feeling of their wedding trip they will bo at accept a honorarium for one only of CAFE street. the three masses. Ho can apply tho by its own banner by her to other nations. When It dissatisfaction. We have confidence home at 4705 South Seocnd Repair Work Promptly Attended Te and large AmerMies Ursula- M. J. Fahoy and "mass to whomsoever he .wishes. Of ican Hag and each member carried was not found to be practicable to that peace will yet come from the Philip Muldoon were united 1009 MARY STREET in mar 317 remaining two work for the remission of the Brit- conference. But it will not bo easy riage at St. Louis Bertrand's church the ail the souls ofone must be 'said a flag. P. J. Carroll, of St. Mary's Phone City 5708 for tho faithful de- Cathedral, was the Grand Marshal, to convinco British statesmen that wedi.Pbday ten debt tous, this scheme was sugmorning, very Rev. parted and the other for the inten- and Judge M. T. Shine presided iver West Liberty gested as a means of having us the interests of Great Britain .co Father Heenan performing the cere- tion of the Holy Father. the immense gathering in Goebel ChM. B. Erupp PP accept Italy's obligations to England incide with Ireland's Independence, mony. The bride Is tho adopted Home Phone, City 7005 Park. Bishop Brossart officiated at Next To daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. tho solemn benediction, assisted by JEFFERSONVILLE. and German indemnity promises, if Lloyd George is going to run David Fahoy, of West Oak street, KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Rev. Thomas J, McCaffrey, of Cov Interurban thereby cancelling the British obli away from the conferenceand leave and Is a young lady of many graces Lawrence ington, and Wholesale and Retail the reaL' difficulties to others he and accomplishments. Mr. Muldoon ican Legion, Capehart Post, Amer- O. F. M., ofRev. Father Broekhuis, gations. Tho wording of the amendof JeftersonivlJle, has Cincinnati. Station 8ZBV, FOBS, TBAZ, AXT3 ments show the dangers of the must be sorely afraid of Irish logic. is a member of the Muldoon Broth- arranged tor a public observance of ers Garage Company amd a poular Armistice day, which will be of a All Xlnfli of BmolMd aceti ALL SAINTS' DAY. original bill and tho purpose of L. P. Blackburn member of the Knights of Oolumhus. memorial character. Mayor Newton O. E. Davis 101 BAST JEFFEFtSON STREET eye Open. is still one those behind it. There keep Attor the ceremony the young couple H. Myers has declared a half holiTuesday is the Feast or All loft on a bridal tour through the day for the oocaslon and has issued Sainte. This festival was instituted BLACKBURN & DAVIS weak spot in tho amended bill. PerPresident Harding says universal East and on. their return will begin the following proclamation: payments H. A. DOLL mission to defer interest for ithe City of Rome In hondr of "By Tirltuo of the authority in tho B'.ofeed Virgin yary and of all PLUMBING AND HEATING should be eliminated trom it. There tllsanrnmont is impossible at this housekeeping. mo vested I hereby declare the the Holy Martyrs by Pope Boniface CONCRETE WORK 13 no 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE reason why, lor Instance, t.me. That being so, and considerALUMNAE DELEGATE. afternoon of Friday, November 11, IV. after ho had oonsecra,d. to Britain, which is spending ing that France and England and Great CONTRACTOR AND BUTLDHR Howe Phone, Crescent 71 1921, ia holiday in tho city of Christian worship tho temple called At tho twenty-firannual reunion .. vast sums on her military pro- Japan havo declared . they can not for .the purpose of suitably tho Pantheon, or Temple of All tho LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 3 BAXTER AVENUB reduce their present cf !ho Academy of the Immaculate celebrating Armistice day and re- Gods. It was 0110 ot tho many gramme, should be allowed to deter possibly Either Phone Conception Alumnae, held at Olden- quest that public offices, places of eveatn that marked the triumplh of Home Phone. Parkwayher interest payments any longer. strength, we wonder what the con burg, Ind., Mrs. Augusta Murphy business and manufactories closo at Christianity over Paganism. 50 The Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J W sorely need the interest that is ference will talk about. Americans The American Legion will feast epread to many churches outof Louisville, was elected noon. C. A. KOERNER & CO. due now. And there should be no should keep a sharp eye on tho delegate to the next national conyen- - have charge of the Armistice day side of Rome and Gregory IV. deFRED WARNS, programme and the of creed that it should bo observed llon of tho I. F. O, A. tumereu. iurtner aeiav in exacuner- it. GENERAL CONTRACTORS of the citizens in all their plans Is throughout the universal cburtih In PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST urged." honor of all saints. There (3 someOFFICE AND YARD: WELL TO KNOW. MEMORIZE THE LIST. WILL BRING RUJN. thing connected witlh this festival TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. FLOYD AND BURNETT STRB8T8 GRAND HOLY NAME RALLY. that does not always impress itself TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS It is well to know that a person, We again publish the list of men man The threatened railway strike LOUISVILLE, KY. Beon tho minds ot Uho faithful. or woman, otherwise qualified Eighjf thousand mea marched in sides the canonized saints there is a wlU, K comes to pees, bring ruin and women ot the Republican Cam to vato, who was born on November Home Phone. Shawnee 803 JOHN B. WATHEN to bwtateo of all kinds throughout paign. Committee, whopa names were 9, 1900, 1a entitled to vote. A man the nlmtji annual Sunday afternoon great multitude of others who have parade of the g Societies aggravate the appended .to a document attacking or woman horn on Nor. 9, 1900, of the various Holy Name Northern hot been canondzed, the infants MOVTNQ AND rURNTTURH tbe otmtry, What HENRY GOSS parlahe of in their baptismal innocence, our PACKING Ituatioa fe 'that the raHroad have both "the living and dead bearing becomtSs of age November 8, 1921 Kentucky atvOoviagton, The march 'atheis and our mothers and beloved ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTONQ W, no reeflable exouee tor forcing a Irteh and Catholic, names, the attack the day of the election., and la ing hosts were divided into- - elgb tenerally who wete cleansed from a0 South Tweaty-WxM- a Tla Roofs Repaired aad Painted therefore entitled to vote; that wat dlvieione, each belae made un of !n by sacraments or through. God'a tfcrtke, for that la what k amounts betag made to breed religious preju me Wat-1Asphalt ShlBglea a Speeclalty Shawnee 1986 or me wwk 01 ATpeaw m rapreeentauvea of three or more ruling race by an act of contrition and I dice aad .for fveiitteal pwpeaea osly, 10. Lm. July the moa mbnMted to LONG DI8TANCH HAUIiXN. Brwfo v. Beaten, H20 Ky., 3S. SOU WB6T BROADWAY churche. Bfeeh society, wae headed who are now ampeg tho bleeeed. flTOADEs (ffiSSJj) 21-2- cwiiia p by October 30 Entertainment fourth senior class of Presentation Academy In Presentation school hall. Social and sup-pNovember in St. Peter's 6chool hall, Seventeenth and Garland avenue, afternoon and evening. 7 Turkey cupper November and entertainment In St. William's Hall. Thirteenth and Oak. November 16 St. Denis dhurch harvest festival and chicken supper at Shivoly. November 21 Thanksgiving social and dinner at St. Paul'-- Hall, 1024 Sou'th Jackson street, after noon and evening. 2 (November Benefit enterlainment for St. Bonlfaco church in parish hall, 525 Fehr avenue. St. Philip Neri November church social and bazaar, In Wind- thorat Hall. Bazaar and so- November '22-2- 3 rial for St. Philip Norl's church In Hall, afternoon and wlndthorst evening. 15-1- C or Daniel Linfert, O. tf M who Is well known in this city, has been in Ohio this week, giving a mission in St. Aloys I us church at Shondon. SAVES MISS MARY C. CARR ST. the city. Ask HELENA'S -- Parlor Millinery A BUSINESS SC&OOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself our graduates. , FOR EUROPE. te Shop g -- 16-1- I tarn Q'Toolo, one of St. Xa- vler's graduates of tho class of 191u, left Friday lor New York, where he will take n steamer for Europe. Mr. O'Toole won the traveling scholarship .from Harvard University last year. Ho will study archilecturo on the continent. 608 EAST BROADWAY Home Phone 5994 J You will find them in the big business houses of School is in progress. Students may enter, any day. , FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 026 S. FOURTH, AVE. ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST s BROTHER BEDE RETURN'S. DR. 4MEARL REILLY J. OPTOMETRIST FHONE CITY 5032 LOUISVILLE, ICY. 2)2-- 23 I - 706 SOUTH SHELBY STREET SOCIETY iiitiiiii.i..a CQRNS,BUNIONS .(fitMattAAiltftttftfinmyni try-ln- forty-thre- ! 0 MAGIC SOAP TINNERS COMPAQ fea-Url- ng Restaurant anti-Iris- SIMON P0NTRICH Twenty-eight- h Searcy-Chilto- n FRED ERHART ARCHITECT M vis-Iti- nv Repaired per-ni- ps , n. ;:-U- S - al d i Thirty-secon- d tftmwfirms4mmfieGi IIP. BANN0N PIPE CO.:: k Tree Garden j Mc-Brl- de Soft Drink Stand r 1 J WORKS-7hirteeatli- and AL-STEBL- eateo95 ER, - Jeffer-BonTll-le, st --- 621-62- - 1 JR. 1 dy-'n- ; . a. iM ( &&J.vt! V o J8Z&2SLTTJOTBZTST IlfclSUSC AJSOOB'SSLjujm fringing, UP BillJ - v VH villya? . tA Will pn y Hm x ' S P JLM W I TERRIBLE. goYthis- - 1 7 OKCiNi iw. OUNWAY -- p oiA P 5 M 3 " V Sunday "io spend-- Youa k SiVX VJjTj Uo.v A. L. GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICECREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 0674 CHAS. J. MERIWETHER City 9196 Cbas. Leber Increased Service MEANS Increased Investment COMMUNITY PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT large measure upon the expansion of utility service systems. the Within the two years ended July 31, 1921, the Louisville Gas and Electric Company, among construction activities has: Provided service for 6,535 additional electric customers. Provided service for 2,801 additional gas consumers. Increased its electrical generating capacity by 20,- 000 horse power. Built three hundred miles of new electrical distributing system. f Increased the amount of gas supplied over billion feet annually. Constructed three new compressors or pumping one-hal' JEhM SHINGLES VD 7 MENS FURNISHINGS J ! Oath. DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES S08 STARKS BUILDING Main 346 THES m FLOORING TELEPHONES c Guy Leber e CIS y.5 to 430 m r a LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY a. BreoUsxldfe mtmauaw ATCO , mrwm ft Braaeh Tar an BwUek. f 800 NORTON BUILDING GITr 2T00 McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY CITY 2324 SEVENTH AND BROADWAY SOTTFn niaa OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Incorporated PRES0REPTI0N DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK BOO PARK PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH! BEST QUALITY OF DRUG STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE AVE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE PHONES C. fc62 Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To West 9200 ARTHUR . WOERTZ AND MARKET MASON GOSS When you have bottles to sell see us. have a large stock of all kinds. OUT RATE DRUGGIST H HOME PHONE CITY 2528 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY ANDKEW TWENTY-SIXT- STREETS LOWEST PRICES HOME PHONE, CIT E806 HENRT BOTTLES 020-02- When you want to buy bottles we EILER BROS. DEALERS SECOND-HAND XH AXXi KINDS OF AND TIGHT AND SLACK LOUISVILLE, KY. City 8714 F..W ALWES & SON Febr 8 Avenue BARRELS AND KEGS 078-08- 2 UNDERBILL STREET C. HOT AND COLD LUNCH J. KEMPER v 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 SOFT DRINKS ' stations. OYSTERS IN SEASON PHONE CITY 150 POCKET BILLARD TABLES Authorized dealora for Tho Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Brunswlck-Balke-Collend- er Biiilt seventy miles of new gas distributing system; Constructed many substations and other improvements. Added 2,500 new shareholders to its list of, SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES 041 WEST MARKET STREET Groceries,2500 GRLFFITHS SCHULMAN'S GROCERY - Fresh Meats and Vegetables WE DELIVER BQTH PHONES Sample line ot tables on , ers. AVENUE ' JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated , LOUISVILLE, KY. SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON AS LONG AS OUR COMPANY CONTINUES TO. GROW IT CAN PROFITABLY EMPLOY NEW CAPITAL. EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERLNG H. LEVY CITY 904 lghland 841 East 9163 INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT MERCIIANT TAILOR Maker of High Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Fricca 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE GEO. "ROMIE8" . Louisville Gas 311 Eighty-thre- e & Electric Company J. THERE IS A DISTLNCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTLNG ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE 440 SOUTH FTFTn STREET, PHONE CITY 8&H BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE ROSHSER, Prop. Incorporated FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE 0.. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated ST. CITY 1705 GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OF ALL KLVD9 TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE West Chestnut Street. Soft Drinks and Hoi Lunch. The Best in the City p NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated Years of Consistent Returns To Investors Phone Shawnee 1416 2106 PORTLAND AVE. in and Get Acquainted D-o- ' '' GENERAL CONTRACTORS C4-5- 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING f LOUISVILLE, KY. K MILITARY FUNERAL. Berv-Ices Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES LoBkrriUe THE J. A. 3. Ohllgsehlnger, Secretary B. Ohllgschlnger, President HOME PHONE, CITY 862.9 412-- W Borne Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, Weet JOHN B. RATTERMAN Frank Hariman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DEO ORATORS 1800 WBST MARKET STREET Resldeaee Phone Shawnee 122-- J FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones 1179. Wst Shawnee 1243. Cumberland R. A. Fine's Pharmacy DRUGS Prescriptions Our Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone V022 PHONES: Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 188i and 1882 FOURTH AND HILL STREETS Ovary OOO K. LOUISVILLE BROADWA CEREAL MILL Incorporated CO. " AT Business Has Something Extra To Offer Its Customers l X.TBBXBS EAST BnOADWAX, Military funeral and burial for Bugler Joseph Pulaski Bitt-nwho "was killed In action wore conducted in Jefferson-vlll- e Saturday aftorniooii. Since Friday Uie body had been at ho homo of his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Thomas BIttner, 423 Court avenue-- . He was kliled near Vrdun during th 1918 drive. Funeral servlcoa were held at St. Anthony's church, by the Rev. Oderlo Aucr, pastor, and the Rev. John Senne-felof St. Joseph's church. Silver Tho Creek township. coffin was carried from tho bouse to thft church on a caisson of the Third Field Artillery, in camp at Tho caisson was Glen wood Park. drawn by bIx black horses. Representatives of the American iLoglon Sellereburg posts ait New Albany. and Jeffersonyllle attended, A firing squad wps present. 8t George Cominandory, Knights ot St, John took part. ButUI was in the Catholic cemotery,i,, where taps were r, ovor-noa- s, con-duct- ea d, flag-drap-ed 9. HAS Manufacturers ot the Celebrated Brand Bounded. i CONFIRMS ilUNDREDS 'NONBSUOH'' WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR Meal, Grits, ITomlny,v Corn Flow, BREAD WHOLKTHEAT " Dairy, Ho aid "Fonltry Feeda &e a4 4ec OOFTSE an Cfc FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS 'w SrMmt Kke Oar City 3G69;geath 1285 Ewt S7S PHONM City , WTJ kit 7aat Right Rer. Bishop Alerdtog, Fort Wayne, arrived Home last week after an absence of more than a During bis confirmation tortnteht. towr' the prelate administered, the Mcramewt to 1,200 In. seventeen, of Louisville Bank the Northern Indiana churches. He ASSERTING ITS AUTHORITY. visited parishes In Peru, Logan&-por.Tho Dall Elreann Is asserting its Fourth nod Central Avenue Kewanna, liucorno, North au'hodty In no unmistakable mane "Wanatah, LaCrosse, HammonH, ner all over Ireland. In every disDyer, St. John, Schererville, Crown trict Its courts are organized and Hem Phono, City 4300 Point, Hanover Center and Laporte. are functioning openly and Its poCamb. Phone, Main 858 Sunday, October 23, he adminis- lice are keeping order. It is retered confirmation in the morning ported that tho Dall authorities have Hubbuch Sr. & Son at St Paul's church, Valparaiso, seized some of the prisons, including and in the afternoon at St. Mounitjoy, without interference by Dealers In church, Gary. Confirmation (.he British authorities. This is appointments for tho season of 1021 highly Interesting news inasmuch as WALL PAPER AND BUGS closed at St, Michaels' church, Ply- it is on augury of tho success pf tho mouth, on Monday morning. peace conference. Indeed later FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., point to an early set11S6.11S0 WBST MARKET 8T. MACgWIXEY ANNIVERSARY. tlement on lines satisfactory to Republican sentiment. Lloyd George's There was1 a largo gathering in announcement that he Intends to BETTER SHOES FOR Trafalgar Square, London, on Sun- lake part la the Washington Disday afternoon to celebrate tho anni- armament parley ehaws that an Irish LESS MONEY versary of the death of Terence settlement is imminent, otherwise Lord' Mayor of Cork. he would not have dared leave his SPALDING SHOE CO. died In Brixton Prison. Nona post as Premier. Anyhow it of tho Irish delegates to the peace the Dall has proved and is Out ol the High Rent District conference attended. William Roth, proving that it can tako care of member of the Parliament for Cork, Ireland's futuro and that It Intends EIGHTEENTH, AND MATLE STS. was .among the speakers. to dc so whether or not the British, Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock authorities are 'willing, CONSECRATED. Mark 8aJ, Pres. Yesterday tho Rigfht Rev. John J. CHAPLAINS' AND PROBLEMS. J. O. Jttoebs, Sec. and Tre&a. Dunn was consecrated as Bishop. Bishop Dunm made his retreat in L. GRAUMAN & CO. Vicar General of tKo army and preparation tor the solemn occasion navy from various parts of the Incorporated at &t. Andrew on the Hudson. Right United States are to meet la New BealKra In AU XIa&m of Offfe taA Rev. Michal J. Layelle, rector of York to discusa the work and. prob Btero nxture, Safsa, Calk Xfli- St. Patrick'? Cathedral, preached lems ot Catholie chaplatee in the , Hbew Ouh, Oeastor, BbtfTbHT, We. the sermon e the conecrtion army and the navy. They will meet at whleh a sret number ot church under the presidency of Most Rev. sie www sc&nr btsbk dignitaries and pi'Ieets !ted. Archbishop Hayes, Btehop Ordinary. Bene Phone, City 188S t, Jud-&on, 0-- South Kentacky Consumers Oil Corapaajr Keatacky A Joseph Hed-wig- 's rllKrt KY. HA8SLER SALES CO. unfl City 2712 ni. TwAi forProtlanSlUar Ccmmif tford Cart. del SHOCK ABSORBERS r i SlHlJmi Phones Main S47S Mac-Swine- y, GLOBS gHOtTRlTI SieerpemUC LOAX 09. Mac-Swln- ey ftp-pe- A. Lazar, Maaer Matter AdTABced oa Yoar FUln Mu 819 Weet JefTersoH Mret (geoesd Fleer) Hew a FlMBe City 367. P. P. Valinoti Hectrio Oo. "We Use tho GoldeB Utile 913 WBST MARKET STRBST City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND FOWHB INSTALLATIONS, RBSIDRNOII WIRING, FDCTURB8, LAMPS AND RSPAIR8 m-as- y--t tmjf&xvw OPEN FOR BUSINESS hueiw ? xe - NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE SO THAT THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW Poor old Searcy machine! The boys are fighting witjh their back to the wall and ' ammunition is giving out. two weeks the machine has tried to divert the attention of the public, from the For nauseating record of the Searcy-Smit- h administration by referring to the events at the election of 1005, and now the wicked Democrats have furnished the proof, by dates, names lined up with Searcy and addresses, that all the bad boys of sixteen years ago are and the gang. For several days the machine organ has been hammering on the horseburger scandal of some years ago, and again the wicked Democrats have the proof at hand that the central figures of this delectable episode are all in the Quin ranks, fighting with might and main for the "good man," who was forced to accept the nomination for Mayor to cloak the viciousness of the Searcy regime. Meanwhile the "good man" has finally spoken, and so has the Mayor. What was expected has happened. George praised Huston and Huston praised George. Both joined in and praised Searcy and the gang. The Mayor, desperate to find excuses, openly and brazenly' declared that if Searcy is a boss and his gang, including the 1005 and horse-burgheroes, are a machine, then the people ought to congratulate themselves for having them, for they were necessary for the city's good. The "good man" not being quite so callous, contented himself with the assertion that the Searcy gang was only a party organization and as such could not be dispensed with. The Boss must have been pleased, just as he must have been pleased when the Republican "tJarapaign Committee openly put its stamp of approval on him. This committee is a wonder. It discovers "truths" where nobody else can find any. One of its best stunts was the declaration that the police force had never been up to its full complement of officers and men and that thereby a "saving" of more than $40,000.00 had been effected in police expenditures. Mind that $40,000,00, for .this is just the amount the Boss and his relations draw every year in fees and salaries. If the Mayor had only laid off a few more policemen and saved some more money, perhaps the Boss would have found a few more relatives to give jobs to. It was real comedy when the Mayor claimed the police force as his personal pet and asserted that it' was the best the city ever had. Ye gods and little fishes! Just remember the stolen automobiles, the officers indicted in connection with them, the Rex garage, the activities of the police force before and at the registration, the tipping off of "soft" drink vendors when Federal officers threatened a raid, the protection of gamblers and bootleggers, the collection of campaign funds for the "good man's" cause. Rev. Dr. Bulgin, who has just closed his great revival meetings, declared in ringing tones that all he needed was a determined Mayor, an efficient Chief of Police and a trained force of officers, and he would drive every bootlegger and gambler from town and keep them away forever. But the bootleggers and gamblers are here and remain unmolested. Is it possible that in the evangelist's opinion the Mayor lacked determination, the Chief efficiency and the policemen training? Rev. Dr. Powell also had something to say about bootleggers and violations of the of the Volstead acts. He declared that these violations were open and persistent. Now, everyone knows that this could not be the case if the authorities were alert. Evidently, Dr. Bulgin had the right opinion. But remember, Boss Searcy is the President of the Sinking Fund Commission and as such is President of the License Board. The "soft drink venders" come directly under his observation. And the charge remains uncontradicted that these same "soft" drink venders are heavy contributors to the machine campaign fund. There you have the whole story in your lily white mit. The Chairman of the Republican Campaign Committee is Mr. C. ,H. Moorman, and over his signature a letter was sent to all school teachers asking them to vote for the "good man" or else a condition might arise where the salaries of these teachers might not be as sure as they are now in their amounts. A more flagrant attempt to drag the schools back into the whirlpool of politics has not been made. It remained for the Republicans to do it. True, the better elements of the party promptly criticized the action, out Mr. Moorman has openly defended it, No Democrat would have even thought of such a course. The Democratic party is for the welfare and betterment of the school system. Its programme is progressive, not retrogressive. The schools are happily out of politics and it wants them kept out. It stands pledged for an issue of school bonds and every Democrat will vote for these bonds. And a Democrat who would work to bring the schools into poli tics again must be branded as an enemy of his own city and his city's good. The whole episode is only another proof that the machine is driven to the wall. If you want a Mayor who will work for the schools' good and keep them out of poli-- . a Mayor who has the determination to do right and who will surround himself with tics, officers as determined as he is, a Mayor who will be free from machine dictation, a Mayor who will remedy the tax gouge of the last four years and bring back normal conditions, a Mayor who will reorganize the police and fire .departments and put them on a merit basis, a Mayor who will see to it that economy and efficiency in city government again becomes the rule and not the exception, a Mayor under whom nepotism can not flourish, then vote for to-da- Womea'a and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods . in correct styles and serviceable qualities. AH articles in siore are iresn and now. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar- gin and utmost value. Herman Straus FOURTH AVENIK AtcaxpavAreo sons m I MARKET STRCeT t OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED We (live and Redeem Oold Trading Stampa. y I 320 "WEST JEFFKKSON STREET BOYS' SUITS Making Old Shoes Newi! For Qunllty anil First Class Service You "WlllMnko No . er $10 We are offering you these Suits f at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These ! , buits are made of good woolen splendidly tailored and fin. I ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW mate-terials- 645 Fourth Ave , Bel. Chestnut and Broadway You got them buck jnst like now. Prices no. higher. "Will work promptly attended to. call for and deliver. Out-of-to- STARK OALiL. 'Mistake In Taking Your Shoes to Homo Phono City 231. Look for electric sign "STARK', FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. MtWIWHHltlWWm THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS $10 Incorporated SWISS CLEANING -- OJT- PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4202 SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORJkVBD Office 017 South Fourth. Plant 000 South Sixth. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK people of Louisville at this safe, conservative Drs. Harrison and Strassfrurg "Wo Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. " jY" ""- - '"""".'"i, iiwcmius iju.wo peopie wira a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tb -a-- We Make a Specialty of All Branches or Dentistry. TJso All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. bank. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phone City 4503 Phono City 4C03 . DOMESTIC -- - Wo are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western kontucky Coal produced, and can thereforo furnish your requirements with the best satisfaction and Jowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal NOW. Let us have your order TO D AY. We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reduced prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) COAL- STEAM t Met ' HARRIS AND THE ENTIRE DEMOCRATIC TICKET 'i' asaaaasaaaa eaneaewaai n RECENT DEATHS. COAL COMPANY Franklin Gas Burners Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payne Streets. Yard 1G00 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Main 033. City 14E0. Main Offico 411 Starks Building. FURNACES Overhauled and Cleaned DON'T FORGET THAT i t $2.50 E. G. HEART1CK City 21 SI East 2173 915 E. A it. j GRAYVON ALLMEN ; Broadway. 11 Sanitary Milk Co. zHooxro&inD. .A.itiift Ji A.T, A A ifi A if. A iti A it. A .T. A .f. A ! It your tor aa dnoattoa that will Ufa prtpara tbtin for St. Xavler's College Zy. IS THE i HOME OF PURE MILK 113 W. Broadway, Soalsvllle, ASK YOUR GROCERS." Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. Business and Classical, 8clntlflo Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Swimming Pool, Wall Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Buy St. Bernard Coal HENRY PHONES 932 FISCHER PORK PACKER Flexner Building, 314 West Chestnut Street Boiled Hams a Specialty A GOOD INVESTMENT mortgago notes aiARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. Main 1932 GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS! amply secured, I linve a number of second which I will sell at a sufficient discount to make a very attractive ' investment. FINE CANDIES Account at ff" Opens a Savings in th State. the Largest and kPlKJJ Oldest Bank National BanK of KentucKy 4j "J TAMPTON ATJBUCHON, Pros. Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty City 3430 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawnee 2347 THE VERY BEST FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY EPPINQ'S SOFT PRINKS TREACHER IN CONTEMPT. preacher Jrae been- fined $85 for "contemptuous remarks." The court in assessing the fine held that "preachers are dealing (00 much in politics instead ot preaching the gospel." - Where tbe boms U Michaol Cross, veteran policeman Where work la brightest t and widely known resident of this dose) city, was found dead in bed early Where the' work u Where cookta Tuosdav morning, Btricken by apoUghtoa t real faaj plexy He la survived by a daughWhero the meal u .. ter, Mrs. William Welsh, 1130 RogWhere baking glrae cooked best; ers street. His funeral took place lightj Where tho range staada morning yesterday HOME from St. Where dredge is asm . the test Michael's church. right OF :Irs. Lula C. Daughterly, forty-eigwhere That's the where That' tt years old, beloved! wife of "Quick Meal" oomes "Quick Heal' HIGH CLASS PICTURES Dr. J. W. Daugherty, of Bardsto-wntSL, died 'Monday morning at St. Qaiek Meal GaRaai Sold. In. tailed and UiBI ly Raceraaaaadad AND Infirmary. Besides her husband she is survived by two brothGOOD MUSIC. 215 ers, Russell' Cox, Bardstown, and W. MARKET ST. William Cox, Seattle, Wash. The body was taken to Bardstown, whero funeral services were tield Wednesday morning. Mrs. Mary Gisler, seventy years old, died Saturday morning at itlhe nomo of her daughter, Mrs. Jacob For Every Mernbor Hottich, 1708 West Kentucky street. Besides Mrs. Hottich, she is surof the Family at vived by three other daughters, Mrs. AL. S. (SMITH, PROP. Mrs. Prank Kaehltn, William Spears, and Mrs. Edgar Harrington, r. and two eons, Frank, and John The funeral took place Mon day morning' ifrom St. Peter's 431 E. MARKET ST. church, o Irs. Addle M. Schade, BOTH PHONES 810. yean old, and hold in high esteem by a wld6 circle ot acquaintances, at her X SOU l'HEAST CORNER SIXTH AND died Saturday aftornoon ZANE STS. homo, 621 East Walnut street. She 9 is Furvl'ved by her jhusband, Clem Beading Braiding G. Schade, two sisters, Mirs. Ben Beaked Bags Repaired Johnson, and Mrs. Ed Zipper, and fr'fr'H"H-i"M"":"i"r't"-H"t-t"H- -i three brothers, Andrew, John and Russell Service Shoppe Henry Schade. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning with 307-- 8 Boston Building requiem high mass at St. John's Xellie Bunnell, Mannger. church. Tuesday morning death took two Eaneva Cigar respected members o St. . Joseph's Derm Pcrfccto 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Schroer'a Smokers parish, Mrs. Mary Smfthi 1310 Story avenue, and Dominick Kaelin, (UNION MADE) 124 Quill Btreet. Mm Smith leaves Home Phone, City 6041 a one son, Clarence Smith, and daughter, Miss. Kale Smith. Surviving Mr. Kaelin are hisN window, SCHROER BROS. 3EB.03VJE5SS. Mrs, Mary Kaelin, and1 two daughManufacturers of FINE CIGARS ters, Mrs. Edward Exner and Mrs. IT Pllmh. M.in ?flmt.a w- .uu auo ". ,WU9 A liy nnnci Rose Celsler. Funeral services Iwere 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET 8 H" held Thursday morning at St. JoH IIIIIHMM1I MUM ! sephs church. FOCH HERE. WALNUT THEATER Where the QuicR Meal Comes In ht , SHOES GEHER & SON, GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director t Gis-;e- FRED FEIGE & SON Hemstitching Buttons Pleating Funeral and Embalmer fifty-tw- hithih imaaavtavyaaaWfl9WeHH tf f . DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Directors BOTH ! Funeral and Embalmersi uu. Borne Phono City 1843 KORTZ'S BAKERY BAKE DAILY WAS IaAST ONE. For calling a Pennsylvania judge a "wet" Jurist, a Pennsylvania 507 WEST BROADWAY Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Goal at the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 4489; Cumb, East 2200 AJK TOUR GROOIR . GOAL NEW O. T. OOAIi YARD CO. s. GeBOTT'S ORIGOfAX IaeorgorHi native Thomas Regan, ninety-fivof Ireland, last surviving soldier of tho Mexican, war ini Kentucky, and oldest' man in Peudleton county, died at Falmouth of the infirmities ot age. e, FORTY nOURS. COUNTT CONVENTION. KR1AM FRYDKAKES CKKAM FJtIBD OAKS, CO., LOUiaVTLIdi . meeting ,to bei ith.e blenoiUliooavea-tkot the local membership. Mattel of vKal importance will be dte- cusMfld oad all .members are invited to attend. The meeting yUX be held ta Division 3'a hU. and will be m County President Mtt O'Brien, of tho A, O. II. , has called & meeting of the order for Sunday, Nov. 13 will be selected, tlris when oalied at 3; 30 o'etook. The annual Forty Hours' Devotion will be held in. St. Philip Nori church, Floyd and Woodbine, beginning, with jroeeesIo Bnd exposition at the high, mass tomorrow morning and cominc to a. solemn close Tuesday evening-- All Saintts' day Rey. Fattier Alexander, O. P., will preach and eondwtt the exercise. There will Jie aervteee and benediction 'when Rev. Father eaeh evenJn-Aekernmatt, D. C. 1..,,. the pastor, yml be aasajtedi y priests from other eity eteUMhea. , , Departments. Following the convention, ' Marshal Foch probably (will visit in Indianapolis, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, hie visits being so arranged that he will arrive in Washington on Armistlee day. Hei'will alaoi be bua, of which order he is a member, 1 The itinerary of Marshal Foch, on liis way ,to tho American Legion Convention in Kansasi City, until November 11. when (he takes cart in services at the gravo of the uu known American soldier in Arling ton. Cemetery, was onnounced by Alt u T. Roberts, Chairm&ni of the Legtcn arrangemonte commttttee. Upon hi arrival In New, York, October 28, he Wjas .to be tendered a formal reception by city and State officials. Thence he will go to "WasMngton. to call upon President Harding and officials of the State, War and Navy iyVMaaaaAaAMVVwwtw SOME PHONE 8$ CUMBERLAND MAIN 371.y J- - J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I 1 829 ty smb. Eat Main street. Afata At'WWVTWWtWVWVWWWV S-- y L.D. BA.XI Funeral 717-- Tl at a Dig rauy in uaioago. a. Director and Embalmer Loujswna, , OHagHUTT wi j''.j&3ffiLi ,.' ;?: