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PHONE: HOME M MAW Hrtry Drler aa Hcort LoilcTHIiTMicik&TrHtfHM IBOO jncorport4 VOLUME XLVIL LOUISVILLE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921. PRICE P1VE CENTS. (The Vatican's relations with new States and how the new agreements were established between them and tho Holy See were recounted by His 1H0 deplored tho unrest Holiness. observable in them, and added: "We note with grief that tho solemn treaty of peace has not brought Opportunities Presented io Catholic about peace of mind." Girls to Prescrvotho Homo " All the Cardinal living in Rome were in the consistory when the folSpirit, lowing BIsihops wero appointed; Tho Right Rev. Thomas E. Molloy, titular Bishop of Loria and administrator of the diocese of Brooklyn, Remarkable and .Very Deplorable appointed Bishop of Brooklyn; the Tendency Observed hi American Right Rev. Alexander J. McGavick, titular Bishop of Marcopolis, transLife Today. ferred to tho vacant see of La Crosse; the Right Rev. Joseph. H. Conroy, tltuhvr Bishop of Arindela and administrator of tho diocese of Evils Springing From Strenuous Ogdensburg, transferred to the vaChase, of Modem World After cant eeo of Ogdensburg. The Popd also officially announced tlhe apExcitement. pointments which wero made by brief since the last consistory. " ing Republican challangors that questioned the right pf many Democratic men nnd women to vote, forcing citizens, of years' standing to produce naturalization pipers. This is only a fair summary of what the police did and what the pollco will Una Opportunity to Assert lUmsclf do as long ns they are under tho VICTIMS UNCONVINCED ' n control of tho and Rebuke the Machine Lenders. The remedy lies in plaolng the police department under civil ser- vice rules, and when the police are 15 NO CRIME political activities the of Baker Charged to removed from taken toward fair and Promotion step is first WAVG IN LOUISVILLE. Crow For Elechonest elections. All the Mayor's Election Day Committees in the REPORTS tion Activity. world can not prevent a corrupt police department prostituting our elections. Tho good people of both fact 'Still the Idol parties must recognize the civil that W. Overton Harris ser a police department under of Democracy and Spirit vice means much In every way and ', whether a Democratic or Republican Remains. Legislature makes tho law it will be doubly welcdme. From a partisan standpoint the Democratic party of Louisville will never be LOOMY INAUGURATION CROWD. n ablo to defeat the machine if the latter Is allowed to have an auxiliary of police politiby bootWith the inauguration of Judge cal workers, supplemented leggers, gamblers and negroes. Us Mayor on Tuesday came a Quin menns let's have the civil serteat which 'is sure to bottle the vice bill for police, call it "ripper" doubt In the mind of many citizens or anything you please, nnd the as to whether Quia will ha Mayor Louisville Democracy looks to the conduct of the in TealHy or will thoguided by tho State for that relief. administration be Judging from reports the Louisn machine. With, that ville Herald is finding that many a successful test thero Is also linked of our good citizens resent the manrettlction made In the columns of chine organ's style in tho recent poKentucky Irish. American last the Saturday. The following is taken litical campaign wfron the Herald paved the way for the Torch and vkrlKLtlm from that issue: day Sergeant Harry Its accompanying filth. Religious "On election preudice was injected Baker denied tho rights of the vot- paign boldly by. tho in the cam n ers to form two lines at Seventh aid of tho Herald machine and Oldham and defied the Sheriff and tho with 'the the police departTorch, to form two lines. The Democratic A captain insisting, was arrested. The ment being accused of circulating New Mayor will have 4 hard time convincing victims that had Baker re- both. The storm of indignation Mayor's Committee moved from the Tolls. Four days that swept tho city, coming from Louisville has police protection." ' citizens, frightened ftcr tho.. election tho Board of all Safety made Baker a temporary tho Herald into stating daily that K W Lieutenant and when tho public Isn't Its carriers were not distributing looking he will be made n perma- tho Torch, but did not apologlzo nent Lieutenant for reward of serv- for its own misdeeds. It Is rumored machine." the Chicago owners of the Herald ices to tho Extract from the Louisville Times have become aroused at the resentMonday afternoon, two days later: ment hero against the local manage"Police Sergeant H. M. Baiter was ment, and may place a staff here fore the truce but who slncd then promoted to Lieutenant today by not so subsorvlent and willing a tool rlgh to kill. I always prayednnd 'Gerhas resigned, said the Irish had n df Safety, filling tho va- to the In hoped we' should kill aato few machine. the Board win the learned during the war that the cancy caused by tho demotion at a recent statement former Attorney mans as waai necessary British Government had: not the Allgeler. Baker is the General James Garnett said that in war, and I pray and hope that as Lieut. Felix bo courage to deal with revolution as la policeman whose activities at the introducing religious prejudice in a few Irish uphold necessary willEmthe Britlsih, aries. "The Indian revolution voting place at Seventh and campaign a Iblow ia being struck at killed to worked from the same room in Now streets! was complained of by the very foundation of our Constitu- pire." Llojd George 'Evprcsses Himself York as the revolution i ia Ireland," the Mayor's Election Day Commit- tion, which guarantees to every one INVITES ICELAND'S FRIENDS. ( Hopeful of Securing Agreement he declared, "Thrice we had the tee, 'which resulted in his being liberty and freedom of conscience Irish revolutionaries by the throat, transferred to another post of duty. in matters of faith. AVlth Craig. Harry J. Boland, Envoy of th and thrice we were pulled off at Baker and another policeman artwo political gather- Republic of Ireland, sent the Contrast the the moment when we were abou to rested several Democratic election ings of he past week. At.tho Tyler to tho Kentucky Irish Amerapply the screw tighter. The Govworkers at this corner." Hotel Saturday night over 2,000 ican, which we cheerfully present ernment made a truce and called Now. there's ttho test for Mayor .BiR-nassembled tb Tiay' to' our readers , 41 conference with.mon,, some of M uiir right at the outset o.t his ad- - tribute to wqmoHi. Overton Harris,' a "All American organizations inwhom are actually guilty of the Will be Reached Before j.nerc is no tiiiran"" jruniStraiQla. candidate for Mayor, and to terested in Ireland's struggle for murder of my pollco. Ulster will to Baker violating both tho elecas Christmas-- . In a fight independence are cordially invited allegiance have to fight sooner or later, nnd tion laws and his duties as a police--ma- renew theirgovernment and cleaner to attend tho World Conferenco of If I were there I would fight now." Furthermore there is not tho tor bettor conditions In Louisville. An intel- tho Irish race1, to be held at Paris n slightest doubt thnt tho 1922, the third anniJEREMIAH KAVANAGH. machine elevntcd him because ligent and representative looking January 2,1, the of Dail of his political activities, and did it crowd; that knew they had fought versary ofI have convoking asked to Organization of Ulster Orange Army also beenu right. In tho EIreann. The many friends here and all ono day previous to Quln's inaugu- tor a cause that was Looked Upon as Serious-Crisisof at over ithe United States, were sorry ration, just as tho Kentucky Irish next picture we have the crowdOut- announce that all membersand the ' welcomed) Irish race are tho when they learned of the death American predicted, when tn"o pub- Quln's 'inauguration Tuesday. and a ifew limited time at the disposal of the Friday night of last week at his lic wasn't looking, or supposed to side of the more home, 134 South Sixth street, be absorbed In the inaugural cere- leading Republicans over 60 per organizers preventsanxious particular All to take composed of Invitations. Now, if Mayor Quito is to cent, of the crowd was Mr. Kavanagh. monies. Jeremiah part in tho gathering will kindly GEN. DECIU'S BRAGGART BOAST. of Surviving him are his widow. Mrs. be Mayor he will immediately ask negroes, bootleggers, gamblers and communicate their intention to do Mary Kavanagh; his son. Attorney for reconsideration of that appoint- residents of the underworld. There Thomas Hughes Kelly, J. J. Kavanagh, and three daughment and summon tho members of was no enthusiasm In the crowd; so to Irish race convention, Secretary Grand ters, Miss Mary Kavanagh, of this gamblers and bootthe Mayor's Election) Day Com- tho sleepy-eye- d News from London continues fa- city; Sister Colllsta, of St. Patrick's mittee who were men of both par- leggers looked sullenly on, they hav- Hotel, Paris, Franco." vorable to the Irish Republic, not- Convent, Havelock, Neb., and! Sister ties, and lhave their testimony in ing fought with the Republican maLEXINGTON. withstanding there were no confer- Agneta, of Exeter, Neb. Tho fuaddition to the testimony of the chine for four years more of graft. Denis O'Cdnnell neral took place Sunday afternoon ences this week. negro election officers and workers of that Big d black, events most precinct. If tills appointment gamblers and wero con- estAmong thoBluograssof section inter- cables 'from London that Premier from St. Louis Bertrand's church, was Lloyd. George fully believes that at whiclu there was in the stands without investigation then spicuous in the crowd. They shoved a large attendthe tho citizens of Louisville will know right and left, noisily telling those the following issued Mrs. last of the peace with Ireland will be reached ance of mourning relatives and Edward C. before Ohristmas. This information friends. The pallbearers were Judge machine has around them hovV they put it over week at Lexington: that the Keller announces the marriage of scored first blood in tho fight as to for Quin nnd Reform. Long after her daughter Edna 4o John Scott came to him from a person in, close Matt O'Dohlerty, George W. Owens, who will serve ns head of this ad- the ceremonies werd over .these Yollman, Wednesday, November 16, touch with Lloyd "George. He re- William J. Dealty, Norrls Green, J. fused, however, to disclose the new- G. Clifford and Redmond ministration. Mr. Mayor, the cit- tough negroes lounged up and down at Lexington. The marriage was est phase of thOi situation which Mr. Kavanagh was born in Stanton. izens and taxpayers await your ac- In front of the City Hall and Court solemnizood County at St. Peter's church in gives rise to the Premier's hope. Kenry, Ireland, ninety-on- e years tion. House with tho air of "(being boss the afternoon, the Rev. William T. Lloyd George also sent a communi- ago, coming to this country in 1830. The Evening Post is still' disin- of dem white folks workng inPunch officiating- - Only the two cation to Arthur Griffith, in, which He spent some time Im the East and clined to agree with the suggestion side." families were present. The bride is he declared that prospect of an im- then came to Louisville, of the Kentucky Irish American that and. for by the daughter of Mrs. Edward C. mediate general election is totally over fifty years served asj a superThe the Democracy of Louisville look to many crowd 'was augmented Keystone cops, many of whom Keller. Tho groom Is a young busi- removed, and that he Is hopeful intendent in tho mechanical departthe party in the Legislature to give had never seen a Mayor Bworn in, ness man, having been connected the us some relief from the domination being recent nowcomers from dis- with ithe Fayette National Bank for without abandoning Inany ofdocu- ment of tho Louisville and Nashhis principles laid down his faithful services machine. The of the years. After tho wedding ment bearing ithe terms for settle- ville railroad, him the .respect and Mayors. several winning for Post bays 'it is not exactly fair or tricts where they don't have band, the couple left for a trip, and will ment, of securing agreement with friendship of his superiors and felsportsmanlike to embarrass the Chief Petty's supposed Police en- bo at home on their return at an Premier Craig. low workers. Always 100 per cent. Quln administration with a "ripper" composed of pollco and firemen, apartment now being prepared for Serious crisis In tho Irish tpeace American, he never iforgot tho land bill, but does not take into consid- livened the ceromonles with that them. negotiations is threatened by the of his binth, making soveral trips to oompa" that eration that It. is tho iniquitous same old "oomparehearsing tune four tor Sinn Feini discovery at a secret cir- Ireland as a representative of his n machine to bo reck- they 'have been just PAULIST CHOIR COMING. cular issued by Police Commissioner audi enjoyed the can't get away oned with. The Post further said yeans, but they Wlokham, concerning tho organiza- confidence of all the great Irish mado an from that "Turkey in the Straw" that the Democrats have The Paullst choir of New York tion of an Orange army for North- leaders, from Michael Davitt to known whether enviable record for honest fighting; flavor, lit Is not Police will con- will give a concert at east Ulster. Wickham Is a crown Redmond. Mr. Kavanagh was the new Chief of that Mr. Harris received a major- tinue the band or not. Many names tho Auditorium on Thursday, De- official and' unless he acted on his John as a scholar, having devoted known ity of 20,000 among the white cember 15. Tho choristers are well own initiative the Inference is that his leisure time to various studies. Chief, Toters, and was only defeated by are (being mentioned for Meddis, remembered In Louisville for the the British Government is involved. An upright citizen In every respect, solidarity of 27,000 ne- - among them being C. J. Tommy excellent concert they gave hero in The text of the circular was pub- alll who knew him had a warm rethe racial loving people lished in the Irish Bulletin Issued gard for htm, and he was very loyal groes. And there tho Post stops Capt. Carroll, R. I. Fox and was ono mystery at- 1919, and tho music in Its review. It could bo added-Iha- t Butler. toThere Inauguration that re- are looking forward to tho coming In Dublin. to those whom he esteemed as his the tached concert with, great "pleasure. LouisOverton Harris was one of the A "loyalist" meeting, held in Lon- personal friends, who feel his passto bo solved. Two big floral ville is one of three- cities included most aggressive and manly fight- mains don Monday as a demonstration by ing a loss. . Quin lasent Irish ers that ever led a Democratic beled harps were Irish to Portland In the choir's itinerary this trip. supporters of Ulster, adopted a resin "From the John Finnegan will be one of the olution calling on the1 Government ticket; the ticket was a strong one PRAISES ARMS PARLEY. names wero atfrom top to bottom; the organiza- and Limerick." Noxarc guessing as soloists at the concert hero, with to enter into mo agreement on the tached and many eovea Iboy soloists to choosa from Irish question until Sinn, Fein not Pope Benedict, in his allocution tion was a complete ono and condiidentity singers. tions were excellent for victory, yet to the confess of any Irish who for tho other individualaugmented only sworo allegiance to the throne delivered at Monday's secret conr they worked The choristers have been that would the Democratic party 'couldn't win hand in hand with tho Torch crowd. slncd their last visit here, seventy-fo- but gave effective proof of the real- - sistory, dealt with the subject of ity of such alleglancfe, and until disarmament, expressing pleasure at and there's a strong and sufficient Some guessed that they wero bootmen and boys being with the the Idea of a separate army ror the calling of tho Washington Conreason. leggers posing as Irish, while others choir now. was abondoned. The meeting ference now meotlng. In on' effort to n machine will say The may ipossibly be Irish that they placed on record Its "deep sense reach an agrooment for armament always he' able to defeat any oppo'POCAHONTAS. of humiliation and regret" that) reduction. In striving for the nent with similar conditions exist- with a little conscience left. negotiations were taking place beof the peoples through tho ing as long as tho pollco depart--meThe presentation of "Pocahon- tween the Government and persons operation of reason and experience, SOME HARD TEST. is used as first aid to tho matas," a pleasing comic opera, Sunday who were "steeped to the lfps In, an i!! tho aliurullon, "it would be a n chine. The police In the recent Try to draw a mental photograph evening ait St. Xavler's Auditorium expressed policy of a&sasslnatlpn." mistake to count alone on these up and forced the rounded am An- was greeted by, a largo and ap- The resolution further called on means and not invoke the aid of 27,000 negroes to register and vote, of a man, an Englishman, glican Bishop. Lord William Gasr preciative audience. Eaclh ope of the Cabinet to reiterate Its pledges God. For this reason we view with although th census shows that is a Bishop of Exeter. Since the large cast did excellent work. regarding the .freedom of, Ulster. It pleasure 'how the representatives of fraudulent number entitled to vote. he is a Bishop, we place him Two more performances will bo also gave "its emphatic opinion, that several nations have met in WashThe police collected graft from the amongst tho males. Reading tho given. any endeavor to persuade Ulster to ington' with the aim of reaching an bootleggers and gamfolers for the following utterance, the Guardian Parliament agreement for the reduction of arm submit to am saw to n machine and would 'be a gross breach of faitih aments and not alone do we warmly) feels like giving him two heavy pats . DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. ReIt that they all worked for the on his dear little wrlstsi. This awful and 1 ibase betrayal of the nation's nope mat tneir aabors may nave a publican ticket. ' The pMce on reg- fellow bally-wesays: happy success, but unitedly; for the The Daughters of Isabella are honor." istration and election day refused to looking for a largo and. Interesting Among the speakers were Cc-good of all, we pray God that He "Many of our politicians and strong-arsquads disperse the ministers of religion, are always meeting at Knights of Columbus John. Oration', Henry Page Croft, may aid them with light, that they brought here from other cities. The sftyisg we must not put on. the Halt on the first Sunday )a Decem- Brig. Gen. Decle, Lord AmotniiTand may determine not alone how to police arrested Democratic workers brake1, and. wften a maddehed crowd ber, Nominees for the coming year other "die .bards," who bitterly at- lighten the heavy burdens of the people threaten to were announced at the at the suggestion of Republican of tacked the Government's policy to peoples, which is no small thing, men and destroy the order of the country we meeting, and ,gret Interest cen- nwtlatlng with the Sinn Fein dele- butt a thing .which matters' much The police brow-bemore to make as remote as poswomen at the supplemental registra- must not maintain order by strong ters ki the election, which takes gates. Brig. Gen. Decie, who commanded sible torevermora tho dangers of tion. The police backed up and measures. These strong measures place December 4. Louisville Cirvqppertad the impudent., and insult apparently Include, if need be, the cle has had a most successful year. the Crown forces in Limerick be new wars1." MAYOR QUIN PATH TO RUIN Scarcy-Chllto- I ! I I WTHERE Scarcy-Chllto- n J Wp EXACERATEDtpr. m, Searcy-Chilto- FRANKFORT. INFECTS BOTH YOUNG AND OLD. - By-nl- l Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- principals in H quiet wedding, which was solemnized in the rectory of trie Rev. Father Edward Klositer-mapastor of tho Church of tho Good Shepherd, Miss Frankfort. Mary .Caplinger, a sister of the bridegroom, and. Frank Gobber, brother of tho Ibrlde, were tho attendants. Miss Berkhart was dressed In a crepe meteor satin of brown and tangerine velvet hat. The corsage was of Mrs. Ward roses. Mi63 Capllnger was also dressed In, brown with a hat of the samo color and wore a. bouquet of Columbia roses. Mr. and Mrs. CaDlIneer left for a bridal trip in tho East. On their re turn December 1 they will be with the bride's parents for the winter. The bride is tho only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berkhart. FEARS NEW WAR SOON. The Rev, Father Van der Vorst, pastor of St. Augustine church at Augusta, has returned after spending eight months at his old home In Alost, Belgium. Father Van der Vorst made the trip to get in touch with his brothers and sisters from whom ho had not heard since the outbreak of the war. Ho found his relatives greatly aged from privation and worry. He is quoted as saying both Belgium and Holland aro seething with Socialism, and the prediction is made there that Europe will bo engaged lp another war within two years, or witnin three years at ' the most. BISHOP DRUMM. A Last week Miss Josephine Berk- hart anj Owen Capliager were the n, fair-mind- ed Searcy-Chilto- n w Searcy-Chilto- IRELAND -- Qld-ha- m d -- He-tcnl- iivi. 1 n. Searcy-Chilto- . office-holde- rs G thick-lippe- now in "Ireland, stales thlati he will leave Qucenstown on December 11 on, the Scyphia and will be at home with, his people for Christmas. Writing from Palestine the Bishop says, hn is fully prepared to endorse and improve the slogan, "See America) first." He gives the following advice: "See America, first, last and all the time. Keep away from Europe unless you are well paid to go thero, and from Palestine if tihey offer you the ownership of the whole country, for you'll have to pay duty on yourself going in, and you'll have to loave a deposit for your false teeth, eye glasses, field glasses, cameras, etc., etc., and you'll be lucky if you get back tho deposit on your way out." TJrumni, HOME NEXT WEEK. letter from His Lordship JJIsh-o- p dlve-Jkeepor- s Scarcy-Chllto- n Searcy-Chilt- on were married Thursday morning of last week at St. Mary's church, New Alibany, tho Rev. W. F. officiating. The attendants wero (Miss Annetta Lamke and Charles Bishop. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of tlhe bride's parents, after which the bridal party departed on their honeymoon trip to Indianapolis and Chicago. After December 1 they will be at home to their friends at the home of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop, 1405 Clubertson avenue. Sie-ber- Miss Lillian Bishop and Carl Fes-s-el tz HANCOCK ELECTED. News that Elmer H. Hancock, Vice President of the Louisville Var nish Company, had been elected President of the National Varnish Searcy-Chilto- fellow-countryme- as - Manufacturers' Association meeting in Chicago, was received here with expressions of gratification by his many friends. Mr. Hancock is regarded as1 one of the leading men of the Industry. Tho national association, is composed of 125 varnish manufacturers of this country. MACKIN Willi COUNCIL. ur I ire-la- nd Searcy-Chilto- welj-bol- ng nt olec-ilo- coyne-Cecl- l, The members of Mackm Council receive holy communion, in a body at St. Charles Borxomeo church tomorrow morning nit the 7:'30 o'clock mass in memory of deceased members of the counclK Breakfast will bo served after masa In the school hall. Thd annual election of officers will take1 plaice Monday, December 5, and' nominations' will be made next Monday evening. Friends of Leo Connelly,. who has been actively Identified features, with Mackln's athletic have started a Presidential boom for htm and are now busy campafgni- ing. ARCHBISHOP'S nd Searey-GMlto- BntTHDAY. ll per-hJag- 1. m half-starv- r. ed semi-month- ly at Tho most Rev. Patrick J. Hayes, Archbishop of New York, last Sunanniday celebrated the versary of his birth, receiving congratulatory messages, and telegrams from all parts of ithe world Archbishop Hayes was1 horn in Now York City. During the World War he was the Ordinary for the! American Catholic army chaplains fifty-four-th There ls( a remarkable, and , at the same time, very deplorable tendency to be observed in American , life today, writes Rev. A. Muntsch, S. J. It Is that of breaking away from tho home, of seeking joy and relaxation and comfort chiefly in agencies which are inimical to the preservation of the home spirit and of the goodr happy family life of old. This wild desire of plunging Into all tho new and frivolous pastimes! and pleasures provided by modern civilization has Infected both young and old. For if tho parents are drawn from tho homo by clubs and by society, tho children are lured to the movies, to the play grounds and summer gardens and excursions, which provide 60 many pltfals for tho unwary and In which so many go dancing down tho path that leads to spiritual death and ruin. Tha amusements that take the younger generation from the healthy Influence of the homo have practically all become "commercialized." Their managers and organizers look only to tho money returns which they can secure from their investments and from catering to the youthful quest for pleasure. How few of them ever think) of elevating the moral sense, of providing a legitimate pastime, which entertains without sowing the seeds of moral leprosy in, the mind? The first object of the men In charge of the palaces of pleasure In the large cities, let us repeat It, Is money. Their second object is more money. The poor victims pay their contributions to- the-- manager; ;whlle"the home life and tho health restoring and uplifting relaxation and enjoyment that used to be found by the fireside and in the company of parents, friends and relations, are scorned and the home Is being undermined. But do those who turni their backs upon the home really find happiness and the recreation needed to keep up their usual work by yielding to this spirit which prompts them to flee to outside amusements? Is not one of the results of this nervous, race for something new In the line of pleasure, and for the empty baubles and frivolities of a sensStion-seekinworld, the lowerMany efficiency? ing of physical physicians admit that this is one of the evils springing from the strenuous pace of tho modern world in g exciteIts ohase after Bishop, 'Mgr. ment. A German Keppler, of Rottenburg, has woll expressed this condition when ho said that our age has "many pleasures but Jlttlo joy.'' Again, our ndwspapers with their daily, dreary quota of divorces and broken family ties, of family quarrels and domestic an indictment tragedies, bring against this unhappy spirit which is causing so many to forget the home and to seek their main distraction outside its walls and far from the family circle. There were: once so many splen did forms of amusement and of recreation which acted like a tonic to a mother weary with the day's chores, to a father returning tired from hours of toil, to children and servants after the performance of the day's task. So much genuine pleasure and joy wore once derived from singing In the home. In fact the word "folksong" is still one of our cherished words and a favorite expression in our books of literature. But this Is about all. Today 6ome young folks seem to think that the only song worth hearing is tho ono heard In tho nickelodeon. Music too, which Michael Angela called God's richest gift to mankind, and once so much in vogue in the home, no longer appeals to tho votaries of Vanity Fair. They care for it only outside the homo circle,' even though modern Inventions have brought the classic opera to the very fireside. Tho art or reading and of vocal expression of the world's literary masterpieces Is seldom practiced In Tho dally newspapers and homes. tho Sunday supplement with their loudi and screechy daubs, litter the floor, and as they are inano and insipid, soon become tiresome and have no power to hold tho reader at home. Would it not bo worth while to practice- - the gentle art of reading aloud for tho benefit ot other mem- bors of the family? Conversation, which should be ilko a healing . balm to soothe tho tired mind and troubled heart, has almost become a lost art to those who break away from the homo and to- those who are happy only in tho midst of the maddening crowd. And yet what a priceless boon, this gift of speech t jaiuy ocnpiure oxiois uie man waose tongue speaks wisdom and who exerts benign Influence by his words. soul-satisfyi- J II M nerve-racki- ng g nervo-tlnglin- N 1: ! ' - - jciexsiet Azsaa&ictxQAJS. 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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921 when, we come to a sudden realizadimensions, relativo tion of Phones-Ci- ty RELIGION IX POLITICS. 1920 and 1G40 South 342. Fourteenth mid Ormsby. "S. V 1 Press dispatches tell us that Parliament of "Northern Ireland" has given a vote, of confidence to Craig in his refusal to make any concession to the British Government We would not be surprised at all to seo another rebellion against the British crown by the "loyalist" faction in tho north. That happened in 1914 and it may happen again.' In tho rebellion of 1914 tho rebels were coddled and WATCH XAVAL FORCE. supported by those high in power There Is one matter in connection in the British Government and Carvjth the disarmament plan which son, its leader, was taken into the should not be lost sight of, and that Cabinet. Wo think a different modo Is that unless provision to the con- of procedure will bo followed now. trary is made, Great Britain can, Craig will not bo coddled. without violating the letter or spirit ANOTHER TO LIST. of tho Hughes programme, add considerable to her navy. Wo know The suit for divorce of Constance that Australia possesses a llttlofleet of her own built with her own Taimadge, tho motion picture act money and manned by Australians, ress, after a ten monttts' marnag for her protection. Now what is to is but another added to tho gro prevent Canada and South Africa Inr list of movie performers who from'building fleets also, and since are attempting to mako a mocke ships, of the sacred marriage rite. If a these, like tho Australian would fly tho British flag, and ho at board of consors for tho pictures, the call of the British admiralty It why not a board of censors for tho will be seen that without violating performers? any international agreement EngCHASTE NATION. land could Increase her naval power enormously. And since tho deleIt is am established fact that Iregates of these colonies havo an really in- land is tho most virtuous, nation in equal voice with those of dependent states in the assembly of tho world. British greed has robbed fho League of Nations tho other Ireland, has- taken almost its last powers would havo no ground on pound of flesh. But in spite of all which to haso an. objection to their her misery; in spito of tho fact that every naval activities. This is a danger she has suffered agonies of description, sho has remained tho that should be provided against at spot anywhere. There the outset, othowise tho conference most chaste is no white 6lavo problem to be will ihavo England in a bettor naval solved in Ireland. And this conies position than she is now. about because Irish people are Cath- The following taken from the Philadelphia Public (Ledger, applies pretty strongly to the recent Louisville campaign: "Whether man Is Protestant or Catholic, Jew or Gentile, Methodist, Episcopalian, Presbyterian, Baptist of the or a member of any oth.er country 275 denominations in this citizen-Eihi- p has no more to do with his eyes or than the color of his the cut of his hair. No question of sectarian 'affiliation is ever asked of an applicant for naturalization, those bora here are freebonu 3,000 It has been estimated that battles have been fought in the world's history to achieve the reAmong ligious liberty we possess. things that are precious in all the American privilege, nothing is more precious than the liberty of conscience that gives very man, woman and child the right to worship the Almighty each in his own way. In the Revolution men of all shades of belief and polity fought side by side; in the Civil War all sectarian differences were subordinated by a common patriotism and covered by a common heroism. At the bar of Justice, as a candidate for office or in the ballot box, sectarianism must not exist To discriminate against any man in. thiij land, because of his mode and place of worship is emphatically That there should have been a recrudesence of ancient churdh feuds Catholic against Protestant or Protestant against Catholic in our recent elections Is nothing less than a calamity to religion and an outrage against citizenship. Any man who persuades himself that ho Is acting in the interests of religion when ho allows vestiges of medieval bigotry to dictate his vote is cursed by a delusion. Churdhes as churches are committing a fatal mistake when they enter organically into politics. Let the sublime standards of morality that are upheld in all the sacred fanes be applied by individual worshippers to individual candidates: but let us have no complications and animosities, such as must arise, it church is pitted against church. "Thou slholt love the Lord thy God ... and thy neighbor as thyself" forbids that the differentiations of creed, methods of church government or modesof worship should set large groups of citizens to implacable hostility against one another. of portions comparing small geographical this country with! formations in the old world.' It will surprise many people to learn that there is in America a single parish as large as tho whole of Denmark and a diocese as large as Italy. It Is when wo are face to face with theso facta that wo appreciate the necessity of giving aid to the. missionaries who labor desperately among tho scattered Catholics in these vast areas. The Catholics in tho cities aro living in spiritual luxury; tho Catholics In the wilds are living in spiritual want. Hence the necessity of an organization such as the Catholic Churoh Extension, Society to act as a link between tho two. GOODIE CANDY GO. MANUFACTURERS KNOW ALL MEN, that I, H. A. J. Puis, of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, for and In consideration of the sum of $3,500, do bargain, soli, transfer, assign and deliver unto H. B. Driver, of Louisville, JeJferson County, Kontucky, the dye and cleaning business of H. A. J. Puis, now being carried on and conducted by the said Pula at No. 42G South Fifth street, in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, its good will, name, the lease of said premises nt No. 426 South Fifth street, In said city, county and State, nnd nil my rights, title or interest in or to every tangible or intangible thing or property now upon said premises or in any way belonging to, pertaining to or connected with the said business, tho books or the business and all notes or accounts unpaid as of April 1, 1015, together with all of tho folidwlng enumerated and listed articles of personal property now on said premises or belonging thereon or to the said business conducted as aforesaid at No. 426 South Fifth street, In said city, county and State. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, as of and from April 1, 1015, all and each of the above bargained, soid and delivered rights, titles and interest to the, said H. B. Driver, his executors, personal rep- FINE CANDIES Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawnee- 2347 - J i 5 lv your fcoy an anoatlon sreparo thsi for Ufa tit will St. Xavier's College mmmf$!um38iwjmiiti&aaamKPs.s ska.; s. v s.s js mmmM2mmmKatmM&mammmmiim9nmM xz.tvxMi. ,vxcci.,tcMi"ix?i,AwAvi: AVMVMA $ 1U W. Broadway, Soalsvill, Xj, Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Scltntlflo Business Classical, and Courses, Preparatory Department. Largs Swimming Pool, well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. resentatives and nwlinis forever. And I, the said H. A. J. Puis, do further covenant with the said J" H. B. Driver, that there Is now no mortgage, Hen or encumbrance on any of said property or business or interest, and that I, H. A. J. Puis, will not for a period of ten years, engage In or be connected, uirccuy or lnuirccuy, wun any Business competing with tho busl- - ' ness herein sdld to H. B. Driver, conducted by the said Driver or by the corporation herein referred to. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this I'. . first day of April, 1015. I: H. A. J. PULS. . Witnesses: Arthur M. Wallace, ' ! '. TAKE TOPE'S FLAN. There is no doubt that the Holy See, as press dispatches tell us, Is deeply interested in the progress of the conference of disarmament. Disarmament as a means of securing peace is the Pope's idea expressed more than four years ago. He is glad to see that tho plani has been taken up for discussion at Washington even though ho is not given credit for it. World peace is an ideal that tho Papacy has endeavored to bring about for centuries. Owing to the selfishness of men and of nations, this ideal has not been fully realized. Perhaps It never will (be. But tho Holy See lhas not ceased to desire It and to encourage every effort for it. ENEMY OP GROWN. I irris & Ewinc Irs. Oscar Underwood, wife of Senator Underwood of Alabama, AmeriCr"-Delegate at the Disarmament Conference, is a member of the Executive Committee of the Woman's National Foundation COMING EVENTS.-- J DR. JOHN P. BECKER J J OPTOMETRIST T 1 I Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting of proper glasses. i ,: R. G. Fritts. Our business has been very successful sinco I purchased the in- terest of H. A. J. Puis, April 1, 1015. At that time it was a very V. small business, doing under $300 business durinc the week onrlimr April 10, 1015, but with hard work and sound business methods we have built up a wonderful trade, Independent of any association or combine, and our business for tho week ending April 0, 1021, has V increased 500 over the business for the1 week of April 10, 1015. j. Wo have enlarged our place of business at 421 WEST CHESTNUT ' STREET, and on Mny 23, 1021, we purchased the plant and assets I'. . a 1 .1. tlin 13.. ft w r m .. vn.uumK vi w.u "vuiiuuij "11sn.l.r 11 u., iv.1.fiuii 1 one 01 .1 inn mosi is dry cleaning plants in tho city. J .. haus, Lyon Riddle and Anna Mary SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. House. Third Floor anMr. Mrs. E. November 30 Social by Division nounce and marriage J. Connelly of their daugh- COR. FOURTH AND the 3 and Ladles' Auxiliary, 1818 Portter, Miss Nell Connelly, to A. A. WALNUT STREETS land avehue, evening only. Thompson, Flint, Mich. Tho marriage took pilace November 11, 1921. Home Phone, City 1180 Women will noto the committee Tho ceremony was performed at St HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR assignments given Mrs. Ratterman, Anne's church, Cincinnati, the Rev. BY APPOINTMENT the only woman member of our John F. Fallon officiating. After a honeymoon trip to Florida Mr. and Republican Board of Councilmen. Mrs. Thompson will be at home at SHORT ORDERS OYSTERS (Chairman There are twenty-eigthe Puritan. HART'S LUNOH ROOM members, ships for the twenty-foMr. and Mrs. Adam A. Hartlauf AND CHILE PARLOR wedding of but in making the appointments have announced thet 070 South Sixth Street. Will overlooked her en- their daughter, Miss Loretto Mar- , President garet Hartlauf, to OFallls Hess-Twenty Steps ffom Broadway tirely. which took place in- tho rectory of EDW. HART, Prop. St. Charles Boromeo church WedWith tomorrow comes tho season nesday afternoon. Tho Rev. Father FINE PIES AND GOOD COFFEE Charles P. Raffo performed tiho cerePhono City 5077 of Advent, itho vestibule of Christ- mony. Mr. and Mrs. Hess loft im mas. - ceremony on Home Phono, City 7804 mediately after thoUielr wedding trip in the East. Cumb. Phone, West 412-Miss Clara Agnes Humphrey and tho ht ur BOTH PHONES 2635 For the Best Service and Quality of Work in the City Men's Suits Men's Thrcc-PlccSuits Men's Overcoats Sports Cloaks nntl Clonks, Ladies' Two-Pleco $1.50 S1.75 o $1.75 $1.50 up PULS DRX CLEANING COMPANY HARRY B. DRIVER & SON PROPRIETORS 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. SOGIETY. days last week visiting at Sulphur. Miss Romilda Mahoney, of Jeffer-sonvillhas returned from a week's visit in Indianapolis. Miss Mary Timoney, Danville, was tho Thanksgiving day guest of Miss Durrett Oglesby, Prestonia. Arch Scanlan, of Terro Haute, was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Michael Scanlan, 115 East Collins Court. who lias Miss Virginia Queen, been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas IMiss ' W 1 N. B. Wo aro not connected or interested in nny wny with a new concern of n similar name. II. A. J. Puis hns not been In tho '" employ of this company since OCTOBER, 1017. ' AA-MkAAAA.kAAkkkkAAkkAAlAAkA- n- - Helen Sullivan spent several e, Mattinsly, has returned to Owens-bor- o. John J. Passaflume were united in & marriage Thursday afternoon at Sacred Heart church, Rev. Patrick HOUSE Walsh performing tho ceremony. The (bride is tho accomplished AND daughter olf Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 1800 WEST .MARKET STREET Humphrey. Many friends of the Residence Phono Shawnee 12 happy couple were present to witness the ceremony and offer congratulations. Homo Phone City 3820 A very interesting wedding was solemnized Wednesday morning Most Attractive Restaurant Near wiwi nuptial high mass at St. PatUnion Station. rick's church, when Miss Mary J. O'Connor was led to tho altar by Walteir A. Harrison. Both are pop Geo. Waidlein ular In Catholic circles and a wido Delicious Pastries a Specialty. circle of friends and admirers were present at the churoh to tender con- 917 "West Bronuwnj, Louisville gratulations and wish them a long nnd happy married llfo. K. A. Xrapp Onus. B. Xrspp Frank Hartman Sons DECORATORS 2-J PAINTERS ftEV SrWS?A'y a MENS FURNISHINGS $408W.MARKET ST. f$ J Restaurant ST. HELENA'S A BUSINESS SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Ask our graduates. You will find them in the big business houses of tho city. School is in progress. Students may enter any day. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 ' ULSTER MUST ACCEPT. olics. M USELESS READING.' Sir Jimmle Craig and tho "Ulster" delegation havo been virtually The boys and girls of today are turned down by Lloyd George, who reading a great deal more than the has refused point blank to consider boys and girls of twenty years ago. their, proposals. Tho truth is that p What are they reading? The the English people aro tired of the counters of tho boolc stores whoso chief inBelfast says tho Casket terest in Ireland, is that it affords toll us at a glanco, Most of It Is utterly useless. Much good pickings for tho loyalist Joboc-racinjurious. Much of it is an Tho narrow bigotry and utter of it is patriotism ,of tho Orange occasion of sin. Parents must bo lack of awake. They can not take it for leaders, havo disgusted every granted that what their young peoman in the Empire, and ple aro reading is all right Men Lloyd George1 is well aware of it, havo a direct and heavy responsibilhence Sir JImmie has been obliged ity as to tho stuff they buy nnd negoto take a rear 6eat whilo tho carry home, not only on their own tiations aro going on. Lloyd Georgo account, but on account of their has 6aid that "Ulster" must accept wives and children. Gpvera-"meany settlement tho British makes with Sinn Fein. This EXAMPLE FOR KENTUCKY. is big point gained by the Republicans who have Insisted on a United Tho Missouri State Legislature. Irelsw-d(which convened at Jefferson Oity U this month, unanimously passed tho HELP 'THIS LINK. soldier bonus bll), which make to cover tire "Wa who live oe. the Western- Con- - available $15,000,000 inclined to foe our mbm cash payments to veterans of he ttiMttt We get seeuBtoHied world war. Here k an examplefor ..ot jwportioB. to MMUiaxumm, tmd reehre a fafeoek Kentucky. heap-ed-ufour-flushe- rs y. right-thinki- ng nt . "5 - geuriu. Miss Cleo McCann left Friday for Decatur, 111., whore she will spend the remainder of the- winter with relatives. Mrs. John Fltzpatrlck entertained her homo in Jeffersonvllle at dinner for Mrs. Jesse E. Rose, of Kokomo, Ind. Miss Ethel Augermoior, who was oporated on at St. Joseph's Infirmary, has returned to her home on Sherwood avenue. A largely attended and delight- -' tul shower ,was given Miss Mary Burke at tho home of hor mother on West Hill street. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Donohuo, of visiting Miss Chicago, are here Georgia Tanner and Mrs. Myra Tutt In Al Fresco Place, PLEASED IARGE AUDIENCE. Miss Helen Malono gave a bridge ab her party Monday afternoon tAn audience that filled Presenta home on Willow avenue in Honor or tion Academy Auditorium last SunMiss Frances Garnett. Mrs. Georgo L. JJoardman is re- day afernoon was greatly pleabeid covering from her recent operation with the entertainment presented by and will ho able to leave St. Jo- the pupils of the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. EVery numbor was seph's Infirmary in another week. The marxiago of Miss Maude Da- artistically rendored, and tho "PaE. Grinstead triots' Pageant of Peace" was genvidson and Francis erously applauded. Tho littile ones has just bqerr, announced, tho cere- of tho lower grades are now mony taking place Monday, Novemtheir- - offering to bo given ber 14. after the holidays. News of the birth of a daughter Jo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flolsch of FLAYS OPEN FORUM. Nashville has been received here. Mrs. Fleisch was Miss Anna Ryan, Protest against 4ihe use in. Now' of Prestonia. York of the- open forum for disAmong tho Louisville arrivals in seminating tho idea of birth Now York City tho past week were was mado in a statement control issued Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Smith, R. M. Sunday by Archbishop Patrick J. Simpson, G. W. Hayes, Matthows, H. T. of New York. "Common Russell and E. M. Wright. prudence and decency," he said, Miss Kathryn Guy was host last Should keep such discussion within week at a shower In honor of her tho walls of & cllnjc, or only for tho Guy, ears of the mature and experi R. Hltdegardo Bister, Mies whoso marriage to Jacob W. SmlthJ enced." The laws of God and man, took place Thankgglvtnig day. science, public policy and human gavo a- delightful experience, ho said, all are conMiss Anna-Barreception Friday afternoon at her demnatory of birth control. homo on Ormsby avenue in honor of her niece, Miss Catlhorlne i SHARED HONORS. one of the season's popular debutantes. Refunding every penny of a eold-oTho marriage of Lawrence Adams; house in Boston in, order to Join hnd Miss Gertrudo Roso Frederick, his brother Knights of Columbus In daughter of Mrs. Roso Frederick, Chicago in the memorable reception Claiy&burg, Ind., was solemnized, at to Marshal Foch, John McCormack, church, Jofferson- - tho "Hero of .the Concort Stago," St. Anthony's llo, on Thursday, shared honors with the "Hero of the Wiss .Mary isuzaDetu. campoen en- World War" nx u gieat banquet tertained her Afternoon COO Lunch given, at the Congress Hall on Sun After McCormack had eon Club at her home last week. day night. Those present were Misses Mary Lee sung the National a&thenui of the Pfeltfer, &herlll McCraw, Louiee United States and France, he was Fihp Margaret Broer, Mary Nie-- affectionately embraced by the grim ' pre-paW- ng Mrs. Charles Fitzgerald will glvo a tea December 29 in honor of her daughter, Miss Winona Lloyd Fltz- - WEDDING Tins MORNING. mar-riag- o' Home Phone, City '7006 James B. Corhett, of New Albany, has announced tho approaching of hla daughter, Miss Clara Corbett, of East St. Louis, to Edward Louis Lalumeior, Chicago. Tho wedding will be solemnized at St. Patrick's church in East St. Louis this Saturday morning. MJs3 Carrie Corbett, New Albany; Mrs. Conrad Brooker, of Denver, and Mrs E A. Hendrlckson, of Cincinnati. sis'?rs of the bride, will attend the wedding. After Decern!) or 20 the bridal couple will he at home at West Park Vfow Apartment, C703 East End avenue, Cricago. Mlsa Corhett, who for years lhas been living with her cister in East St. Louis, is a native of Now Albany and is a graduate, of the Now Albany High School. Tho groom is connected with tho Armour Packing Company, sov-er- al ERAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BEE?. POBr, VEAZ, AWD I. All JUnds of BmoJaed Vests SOS EAST JEFFHRSON STREET Mark Sales, Pres. J. O. Jacobs, Sec. and Treas. & CO. Incorporated Sealers In All Kinds of Office and Store natures, Safes, Cash Bolsters, Show Cases, Counters, Shelving1, ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 025 S. FOURTH AVE. PHONE CITY 5032 s LOUISVILLE, KY. L. GRAUMAN Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' "We Mako a Specialty of All Brandies of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. Etc 510 WEST MAIN STBEET 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Home Phone, City LOUISVILLE 1888 Phono City 4C03 ASK YOUR GROCER Phono City 4593 GeBOTT'S CEREAL Incorporated MTLTi CO. ORIGINAL Manufacturers of tho Celebrated Brand "NONESUCH" Meal, KREAM FRYDKAKES LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated Grits, Hominy, Corn Floor, Dairy, Hog and Poultry Feeds FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS City 3069;South 1265 EVERYTHING DAVIS & GREENUP t DRUGS Eunova Cigar Hcrm Pcrfccto Schrocr's Smokers (UNION, MADE) , THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY IN STOCK PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS Home Phono, Shawnee 550 Home Phone, City 6041 SCHROER BROS. 641 ENTERPRISE COAL & ICE CO. Manufacturers of CONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES ' FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD Parkway 4ffS; South 1437-PHONES " M Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS BAST JEFFERSON STREET - GLOBH SBCUIUTY A LOAJT O0 ImeotvenJUC X. Lazar, Moaager Moaey Advanced oh Your Flala n4 812 West Jefferson Btret (Second- - Floor) Home Phone City 2967. Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE ROTH PnONES SCHULMAN'S GROCERY WE DELIVER r - ut old warrior, who seomed 'to be tho most excited individual in. tho assemblage. The Marshal subSTURDIVANT & SON sequently declared that he had never hoard his own anthem sung i so faultlessly. "WJhere did you acyour beautiful, perfect ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAHtED AND quire FURNACES REPAIRED ESTIMATES PAINTED ho asked McCormack.' French?" ' ' CHEERFULLY GIVEN "From an Irish Christian. Brothor in Athlone, Ireland," was the reply. 800 WEST BROADWAY PHONE CITY 258. "Oh, Bravo, Irolandateo" was the Subsequently Marshal's rejoinder. the favorite tenor sung: "La Maison METAL WORKS 0. K. Incorporated Grise" (Little Gray Houso) and On the "Tho Americans Come." GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHT morning of the 28th ho leaves for REPAIRING OF ALL JONM SLATE AND TILB 00FING Iniai?tSttfo? I OITY 1765 642 SAST ST. 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Whatever i3 the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that is also the price to a Household Club Plan customerv There is positively no ad vance. S t3 i aaaaaaaajaBaaaMBfcjyS5''-Sy''''fl?- ' .wJJwWf y.v E . There are no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first navments and tne montniy payments are tne same to au. " We are offering you these Suits FRED FEIGE & SON at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These 431 E. MARKET ST. Suits are made of good woolen mate ''TTTTTTTTTTTvTTlTTTTvTy terials, splendidly tailored and finFranklinGasBurners I ished. FURNACES THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW T Overhauled and Cleaned 0 $2.50 t E. G. HEARTICK CIty21Sl East 2173 915 E. Broadway. THE NAME KENTUCKY Surety Coupons Are Given to Club Plan Customers OPEN FOR BUSINESS This wail, once d portion of a chemists' shop, is the only wall left standing in Patrick Street, Cork, Ireland, following the conflagration which left the city a mass of ruins. (Insert) James Douglas, treasurer of the Irish White Cross. DOUGLAS, treasurer of JAMES White Cross, is in this country with a message from his organization, thanking the American people for their contributions for the sufferers In Ireland, made to the American Committee for Relief nIreland of which Justice Morgan J. O'Drlen Is chairman, and Thomas F. Ilyan, E. L. Doheny, John D. Ryan, Nicholas P. Brady, and other prom- inent Americans have taken an active part. The White Cross has charge of the distribution of the American Committee's funds, According to a statement made by Mr. Douglas immediately upon his arrival, relief from .this country ar- rived at a time when the Irish people were In most desperate straits. With- out funds from the American Com- mlttee, the relief work could not have continued, he said, and widespread desolation of whole sections of Ire- land would undoubtedly have fol- Mr. Douglas Is a Quaker and has taken no part In party politics. The work of his organization, begun a year ago at a time of the most bitter war- fare, has been conducted on a non- Relief basis. partisan, al $10 & INDIANA NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE Women's and Children's Ready to Wean Men's Furnishings and Pieco Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small margin and utmost value. OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE mCORPORATKD 320 WEST JEFFERSON STItEET , - SWISS CLEANINGS-- OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpet and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORFOaACTD Office G17 Sooth the Irish struggle. Protestants and Catholics, Jews and Gentiles, have worked side by side In a national cf- fort to relleve suffering, and Mr. Douglas says that the White Cross Is providing one of the "most Influ- entlal forces for promoting the peace that every Irishman desires." "It Is the suffering of the innocents, the women and children, that Is the hardest to witness," said Mr. Douglas, "No one can estimate what the effects of" constant warfare will be on the future generations of Irish. There have been, however, an unprecedented number of premature, births due to fright on the part of mothers, and medical men predict thut children born In the days of such desolation will grow up heavily handicapped. A nurse in the south of Ireland (old me that the number of premature births in her neighborhood has creased threefold since 'the fighting started in 1920." There are but thirty paid workers All over-hea- d In the White Cross. expense Is. borne by the Irish. Every cent contributed by Americans goes directly for relief work. SLOW has been given to women and children on both sides of nt HENRY FISCHER PORK PACKER DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAB3Y PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The Customer Will Know That You "Watch Hla Interests Boiled Hams a Specialty THE VERY BEST . It You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS FOB SALE AT ALli CJROOEItS EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS . tavicifc:HTC KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEim AVENUE BOTH PHOVES air LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK More than fo.ooo Bank Accounts. rinrr.KnKn :u, . i.i.i tnom deposit of more than 13,000,000, it tho monument of confidence built by tn people of Louisville at this safe, conaervative bank. For Your Saving U. S. Government Supervision. inL UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND PeopU TO We OP UNDERSTANDING. , MI A morning paper says: "The Rome correspondent of the Associated nJ OUfc. Press understands that tho Pope STEAM DOMESTIC claims priority in tho disarmament l DONV KWOuJ movement." Well, now, that is very IT IF refreshing. "Tho Pope claims priWo are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Koutucky WUT --VOUVt moveCoal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisority In tho disarmament GETGot to rr- faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal ment." And this Is "understood" by UVBU Wfaere tae boaae NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. Where work Is sfaMs tho Rome correspondent of the As brightest We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special dom sociated Press. Apparently it Is not reducad prices on car load shipments. TWE. Where tbe work understood outside of Rome. Again, Where eookteg mat Mur xuo lightest; iw ric&i -what refreshing simplicity! The I real rktooujy youted HARVEY-JELLIC- O True Voice wonders whether newsWhere the meal , Where baJd&g glrM paper writers can recall the letter SEOUJSt Y&U12E. A 6Ufc (XNCOKFOSUUhB)) cooked bect light on peace and disarmament Issued by SlCHT GooV Popo Benedict in August ot 1)917. Where the na itaadj Where dncsg Is MM M Yard and Elevator, Fopo and Payno Streeta. OQ. SOQB EYES'the teat sight 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Pope there laid down tho prin Yard Tho CsbrnEN? where That's the Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starlts Building. ciples of a, just peace and asKea tne That's Ms where "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" it si if nations then at war to agree to it RECENT DEATHS. and to disarm. But tho nations Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and (&1 were too much bent on war then to years Valentino Prell, seventy-fiv- e Quick Meal GssiRaaft" Soli, laatallea tad 1111 ly RmibbiiIiJ heed the words of tho Vicar of old and long a resident of this city, oldest Bank in th State. TfrE. CHUMP Christ. died lato Monday night at Ills home, Vajwo never. More than a year later President 4234 West Ohestnut street. Ho is LOOKS You 0? w. sugges survived by throe sons, Alfred, JoOnce, a yQcj Wilson adopted some of tho tlons of the Pope's letter in his fa' seph and John Prell; a daughter, "N7 IHtN mous "fourteen points" as the basis Mrs. Jerry Hanlon, and three Pulls AND MAIN STREET. flFTH He failed to givo the brothers, Joseph Prell ot Cincinnati, of peace. THtr Pope credit for the suggestions, but Louis: " Prell of Oklahoma, and( a parallel of the letter and tho George Preir of Louisville. Fu"fourteen points" showed unmlstafc neral services were held Wednesably the origin ot tho latter. The day morning at St. Boniface church. SISTER MARY IGNATIUS. Popo was not given credit for the Sun'day afternoon AL. S. (SMITH, PROP. points suggested In his letter but irltos of the dhurch, the last solemn were fiold over Funeral services for Sister Mary that made little dlfferenco at the PHONES 932 the remains of Maty Ignatius, years old, of the time. The dmportant thing was that beloved daughter of Vincent Swift, and they were accepted as. the tentative Nora' Connaughton Timothy 2123 Sisters of Mency, who died Sunday Swift, 314 peace. on, at the Later night at St. Anthony's Hospital, basis of South First street. The. decoased were held Tuesday morning at the Versailles conference, the "fourteen was eleven years old and. her amipeace BOTH PHONES 810. convent chapel. Belfore taking the points" were forgotten and power. able and happy disposition made her was made on tho basis of friends. veil Sister Mary Ignatius was (Miss That did not change the righteous- a favorite with all her little extended To tho bereaved parents 13 Mary Elizabeth Glynn. She had, and of the "fourteen I have a number of second mortgage notes amply secured, been a nun, .for sixteen years and ness Pope's letter from points" they the sympathy of their neighbors SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS tho which whicji I will sell at a sufficient discount to make a very attractive was a teacher at St. William's' pa were taken. The future is still be- rind friends'. investment. rochial school, where sbJa will be fore Us. CATHOLIC HEADS SCHOOLS. TAMFTON ATJBUOHON, Pres. greatly missed toy the pupils and MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. The suggestion for disarmament ' by whom she was held la highest 8 1 1 H"5"t"S"M'I I I H II 9 111M Its 1 1 H City 3430 made by the Pope in that letter was Main 1932 respect. Jeremiah E. then looked upon aa visionary. It most prominent Burke, one ot the Catholic laymen tit was only when the nations were all the Boston archdiocese, has been Tho Goose on "Wrapper Is Assurance That VACANCIES INCREASED. but crushed by the intolerable bur- elected Superintendent ot tho Boston den of war debts that they began to public schools to succeed Frank C. Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes With the death of Cardinal think ot disarmament. Even now of Rennes, 'France, the num- they are not prepared to adopt dis- Thompson, whb died suddenly. Mr. ' Are the Original. Manufactured By 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Burke, who been an ber of vacancies la tho Collego of armament as a policy. Tho confer- Superintendenthasfor several Assistant years, is Cardinals has leen Increased to ence at Washington la known as the a former President of tho Suffolk seven. The membenslhlp tit the Sa- conference on the limitation of county forantfh ot tho Catholic FedINCORPORATED armaments. Whether It will achieve eration Louisville, Ky. cred College1 Is now 1201 Story Avenue. of America, and even that) much remains still to be ber of the Catholic Union is a memthlnty-onthirty-on- e Italian, and of Boston. seen. But whother tho conference Cardinals, with one rePXICHVJSSS. toserved In petto. When compleite the accomplishes anything practical PASTOR OF ST. RITA'S. P. IMHM. M., Hh PfM. Hd Trw. K. J. BJUHHN, PmWHt Hi tfiMfw. Sacred College consists of seventy ward lessening armaments or not, Curab. Mala 20DS-- a Home City 2008 Thirty-tomembers. Cardinals tho fact remains and it should bo The new church, of St. nita, 1 I iM4"H"H"4 H ! . have dledi during the pontificate of known of all men, oven nowspaper which is now building at Okolona writers that It was Pope Benedict and Is almost ready for occupancy, Pope Benedict XV. XV. who first) suggested disarma- will be attended temporarily by tho jjWWmWWitWWWVWWWWWMMVWWWVWitWW1 ment? more than four yeara ago. Bev. J. A. Newman, pastor of St. QUIET EVENT. UUHU PHONE 8S CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971 j Sewsr aa Cmlvtrt Nat, Leo's church in Highland Parle. PROVIDES FOR SISTERS. The marriage of Mlse Josephine Father Newman will be In charge aaasa's Fatsat Lliief rips far Steam Cast aits, , ot both parishes for tho present, as Borkbart to Owen Caplingor Jwas a Wall Caalag-- Drala Tlla, Vitrif at BrUJt, Jn tho will ot Owen McNulty, of tihere la a dearth ot priests in tho quiet event on Tuesday of last Z Win PraaMatf, Ta filed recently for diocese. Mala, Fire Brick week, taking iplaco in the afternoon Grata aai Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Calmaey Teat. 2 at the rectory of the Church ot the probate, provision Is made for tho . Good Shepherd, Frankfort, Rev. Ed- erection of w $10,000 home for the CONDUCT CINCINNATI MISSION. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ward Klosterman officiating. iMIes Sisters ot St. Thomas' parish thore, ' Mary Capllnger and Frank. Gobber and $2,000 is given for the furnishSunday evening the noted DominPHONES CITY MAIN:S07.mb ican missionary fathers," Rev. Law were the attendants. The bride ing of' tho panic. WOKKS-Tkirtee- atk ronce (Flnnerty and Rev. Edw, wore a beautiful dress of brown Breekiariili aai Hiath MalaeUs. crepe satin with, a tangerine hat O'Hearn, of the St. Louto Bertrand HOJIE FOR TILE ACJED. missionary 'band, wilt close a most and corsage bouquet of Mrs. Ward Beginning last Sunday a retreat successful- - two weeks' mission; 1n' St. roses. for the old people iwho are Inmates Cecelia's church, Cincinnati. Ml M4f X1IM of the Home for 4he Aged, conSOLDIERS LIKE GERMANY. ducted by the Xjlttto Sisters of the COMES FROM. RANKS. ISoldlers In the American army of Poor on TentA. street, was given by occupation, in Germany, are able to Father 'Leander Berllnper, C. P., ot the Marshal Ferdinand buy champagne at sixty cents a rector ot the Sacred Heart Ratreat. French army, Is seventy years' of Clay and Fulton Streets. bottle, and Khey are the beat satis-fle- d This, borne ie one tit the greatest age. This distinguished Catholic HiTa Grade Cel at the very lowest prices. Giro us a trial. ot any soldiers of the World and most deserving charity Institu- commander was a private in the .. osnmeisxn CUty 4489; Garni), xiasl SaOG voxwmjM, kx. tion In thl seatton of the country.1 U7t War. Wan Fourth. Plant 000 South Sixth. ' COAL- - Splinters poNV V)t-U-T people we - Where the Quick Meal Comes In. 1 Ore COAL COMPANY tl . - jam Wfi inhi fu HA ipUKJKI National BanK of Kentucky Buy St. Bernard Coal GEHER & SON, met a. rtwmfi4t3twmiienawMw GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Funeral Director fifty-eig- ht Flexner Building; West Chestnut Street and Embalmcr A GOOD INVESTMENT I wefeeea)esjgoieees;o4si et't"ftI"inMit f t - Q -- DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTI Du-bou- rg MAGIC SOAP COMPANY sdxty-thr- ee Funeral, Directors and Embaimers! BOTH 8 o nan-Itali- an j; ur IP. BANNON ria PIPE CO.! i MHUIItmH J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. f I ui COAL CO. NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. ). 8S3 Bast J&tein. Slirree. tvvvvvvvivvAvttsi)iii ' Fo-ch- , T). L. DirectorBAX and JEmbalmer Funeral Franco-Prussi- an -' '1 ,.I ',..' t j ...,. t .4? . , lA-- . - IV . , 4- - ! . KiBisrarxjois: 8580-- A Myiasis: AJsaa&TssxcjjnM. SECRETARY HUGHES READING HIS PROPOSALS. : ftitm Phone, City 4300 . Gusab. Phone, Main OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH OF OPENING OF CONFERENCE, WITH JOHN B. RATTERMAK Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealors in FUNERAL DIRECTOR 21 14 WEST MARKET STREET Shawnee 1243. WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., liae-na- s west market st. Wst Phones 1 Cumberland 179. Hemstitching Buttons Beading , Pleating Service Shoppe H.BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1.022 Braiding Beaked Bags Repaired Russell 307-- 8 Boston Building Russell, Manngcr. Xcllio eOO 15. BROADWAV Home Shaw. 105 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Cumb. West 295 t t SIMON P0NTRICH and Greenwood, FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h Corner Fourth and Jefferson GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE CORNS.BUNIONS tajriw)i Md Abntroul Naili SclirtlfitiHj TruM ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET Phono City 5708 B Dr. Conference This official picture, released by the State Department, was taken in the Grand Auditorium of Continental Hall, Washington, last Saturday on the Limitation of Armament. Secretary Hughes is indicated by a cross. Gen. Pershjng is behind Mr. Hughes. MASON GOSS WON'T HOME PHONE CITY 2528 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY. VYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1'Ytttttttttt''t 1ckickick1ckickickicMck YOU HELP? ;' THY DESTINED HOUR. The Welfare League needs $50,000 to reach its quota. You can help 'by filling out the blank below and mailing to the Welfare League at 652 South Fourth slreet. EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS. .. Erin! acushla! .this Is thy destined hour, bottles to " haveWhen you have all kinds. sell see us. Vain! vain! tho (tyrant's power a large stock of To stay tho coming faster Frui)t of 'hate, grim Justice and disaster, J3fS City 8714 COLLECTION. at the first public session of tho Uriah Z. Lltsiy Chireyediat 507 SUrka Bath Phoie .. BiMit BOTTLES Ss ($20-62- When you want to buy bottles we F. W. ALWES SON 8 J EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING H. LEVY CITY 994 Namo Address Lies no mioro 6hall falsify thy story, Jewels in a crown of glory Thy wrongs, thy blood drops flow- THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE ers; Thy sighs, the music of celestial bowers. Fchr Avenue MERCHANT TAILOR Maker of High Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON Business X FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE C. J. KEMPER , OYSTERS IN SEASON HOT AND COLD LUNCH SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES PHONE CITY 1502 041 WEST MARKET STREET SOFT DRINKS for The Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Authorized . POCKET BILLARD TABLES dealers Brunswick-Balke-Collend- er Sample line of tables on JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated LOUISVILLE, KY. East- - 9153 Heaven harkens! Angels above thee! Residence (Check address to which you wish mail sent) Far, far, across tho sea Our hearts, in unity .'. I hereby subscribe the Bum of f With thine, ithrob Joyously. CHAS. MERIWETHER to tho WELFARE LEAGUE OP LOUISVILLE to be paid as Indicated Awake! awake! unconquered land, DESIGNER AND BUILDER Cash in full herewith $ Fredom's sunburst is at hand; Thy patriot's ahildron' wo Cash in part herewith $ Salute thy "Goddess Liberty." Halpin O'Reilly Gilbert. payments, January 1 and, Juy 1, 192i2. 308 STARKS BUILDING la two equal In four quarterly payment, Jan. 1, Apr. 1, July 1 and Oct. 1, 1922. Main 345 TELEPHONES City 9196 HELP AVELFARE LEAGUE. In twelve equal monthly payments, beginning JJanuary 1, 1922. ' Other choice of payment: $ Attention Is called to the appeal Gny Leber Chas. Leber of tho Welfare League, which, is Subscriber's Signature. $50,000 short of its quota for tho year. Louisville citizens of all Is hereby acknowledged. Payment of $ INTERIOR DECORATORS and creeds should respond readily to this worthy char- 800 NORTON BUILDING HOME PHONE. CITY 2700 ity, and every encouragement should Solicitor. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY be given. PHONE CITY H2K2 rejoice 440 SOUTH FIFTH STREET BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE J. ARTISTIC HOMES semi-annu- al LEBER BROTHERS H. TULLY SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON J3 ?&- - ?! X" wva.WiBvkv"7w(wi yto "ftTiwWfc' ssa: TvrxTTMmj&syyjvjv&y: UNIVERSITY i xo33aaaaBB Mlghland 841 WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AV EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK BAXTER AND BRECiaNRDDGE GEO. "ROMIES" Incorporated ftW&? i' . V f -- Si ai 4JSZxitffl&tfEmMEm. ,Am,tmmsmKmm ; FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS The first Sunday of Advent has boen designated by tho Holy See for SOFT DRINK STAND ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH tho collection in favor of tho CathTHE BEST IN THE CITY olic University of America. CITY 3328 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY SUSSION CRUSADE. steps have been Preliminary A. L. G U N N taken to affiliate St. XavJor's College with tho missionary crusade, which BAKER AND CONFECTIONER is beinp organized in every Catholic educational institution In tho world. When tho organization has been perfected seniors will bo elected officers and the college will engage actHOME TnONE, CITY 6574 ively in the work of tho Students' 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Missionary Crusade. Shawnee 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager West 1175 FATHER KARON TAKES CHARGE Retail Yards CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY rrhe Rdv. Adam Baron has arIncorporated rived at iLanesvllle, Ind., and taken charge of St. Mary's church as pas- EASTERN KENTUCKY BLUE GEM tor, .succeeding tho Rev. 'Father FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL Arthur Peckscamp, who retires be- Yards; 20th and Cleveland Ave. Mines; Hlmn, Clay County, Ky. cause of impaired health and adago-- , Father Peckscamp vanced years in served thirty-fiv- e ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY Harrison county, at Now Middle-towBeuna Vlata and (Lanesvlllew EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THETIME Father Baron comes from Linton, FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, KY. Ind. Both Phones J. ROMISER, Prop. NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 64-5- 0 ICECREAM BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVLLLS, KY. fiivxrr'. A view J. B. Ohligschlnger, President A. J. Ohllgschlagcr, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 8529 &??'BBr'rtf.'2?r7stj ,. ??,; Li OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8101 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK BOO of the proposed Temple Triumphant, the magnificent memorial to achieving American womanhood planned by the Woman's National Foundation site in Washington. as the main building on its million-dolla- r The Temple will contain the Hall of Memory with its fifty-on- e memorial State pillars on which are to be inscribed the names of the great women of each State and Territory. n, PHONES C. Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To West 9200 ARTHUR N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY TWENTY-SLXTII WOERTZ AND JUARKET GOES TO ROME. CUT RATE DRUGGIST STREETS LOWEST PRICES DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired sK&rallLaif iSWlMrt'lii IM" ) JsHsMI 'EMHMC. 'iMs''. S" BBf mHI 1 JOHN RECOIUS' SONS DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH RUBBER TIRES PUT ON MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. CITY '9206 217 WEST MARKET STREET HHHElflnJsH ffisHiJHHslwHKisHH v' 's.SHsk. JBHI Rot. Eugene S. Burke, who until recently was a chaplain la the United States navy, has been appointed vice rector of the North American College in Rome, with tho consent of the Board of Directors. Father Burke was lately stationed at tho naval training depot in Newport, R. I He is a priest of tha Newark diocese. LOURDES PILGRIMS. Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in' the City 2106 PORTLAND AVE. Phone Shawnee 1416 Dop in and Get. Acquainted AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE JOHN B. WATHEN rUBNITURH MOVING AND PACKING INTERURBAN Ra A. Fine's Pharmacy Weekly Savings Club DRUGS START ?sM1aa8sMs;iffMyMmBrl HhHMbI wtmfgE? Sam a Prescriptions Our Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" PHONES: Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 1881 and 1882 FOURTH AND HILL STREETS 6NE THIS, MONTH WITH THE South Louisville Bank Pcmrth and Central Avenue rMHHIWilM'iaig! 4MBtofedCTii!lsMsWMyMslsssK Lklsrv9rS?S JflH Although the year 1921 has not yet come to an end, tho railway station of Lourdes reports that already one million pilgrims havo passed through there. It must also be remembered that many pilgrims go to Lourdes by road, especially those who spend the summer in the neighborhood of Lourdes, in the Basque country and In tho Pyrenees. FOSTERING lessness LAWLESSNESS. - Shawnee K50 South Tfventy-gtxt- b HC 317 West Liberty Next To 1986 West 18 i LONG DISTANOB HAULDiCI JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED, established 1820 - LoatsvUI. Ky, lnterurban Station OFFICII OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PKINTHR8 '3 ji 31 1 Oil and Grease FOR ALL FURP06BS KeatacJcy Consumers Oil Company -Keatacky LoBlsrllle -- Both Phones 2406 REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph ReuUlnger POOLEY FOR HONHY. 'Loans te those baring regular internes or salary, with bo publicity ' r red tape. Loans 'to housekeepers hi their personal security. IIS SOUTH THIRD STRHET V. B. POOLEY, Bvrjr Business Has Something Extra tteesi 1, Courier-JournBuilding, Customers To Offer Its 415 S. ,Foarth Street. 9. 2VUBpSB8 TORNADO', LIABILITY PLATE GLASS AND al FIRE INSURANCE AT 8l EAST , BROAD-WAY- HAS y WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR WHOLE WHEAT BREAD C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 0jr BMt m 4e OOOTB wa Kk Femt Batter MkA Off lUj 0 lKOHaW OFFICE AND YARD: FLOYD AND BURNETT STRBBTS LOUISVILLE, KY. 'Jfeat 27,5 ft J v That prohibition is fostering law- Homo Phone, Parkway 50 was tho charge made by Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J former Senator George B. Speer, of Kentucky, who addressed members FRED WARNS, of the City Business Club, of PhilaPRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST delphia, according to a dispatch received here Saturday. Ho declared TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. that tinco tho passage of the Vol- TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS stead act there havo , been, more thlevaj, liars aid lawbreakers than BETTER SHOES FOR Here are tho two women M P 'a strolling down the terrace of tho ever before. House of Commons. Mrs. Tom Wintrlngham (at leftj is seen with Lad LESS MONEY NOT FOR HIM. y Astor. Mrs. Wintrlngham, elected recently to succeed her husbaud who died in. ofllce, is tho first English woman to gain tho distinction. "Three, drinks of this- stuff," SPALDING SHOE CO. Although Lady Astor was the first woman to become a member of said the wily bootlegger, "and Parliament, she is of American birth. Out of tho High Rent District you'll hear tho Uttio birdies sing." "Not today," said the cautious EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. NIGHT WORKEUS' DEAD. DONATES GRANITE. Citizen. "I had a friend who tried Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock J$ 2:30 o'clock Sunday morning a that prescription and lit wasn't long Patrick Ryan, contractor, will at was singing' UrnOLSTERING, tho cost of several thousand dollars solomii requiem m'ass was celefbrated booro thero couldn't hearall around him, tout ho It." granite to boy used in in St. "Francis Assisl church, New donato all tho "CARL STOLL, the construction of tho new" Church York City, lor the repose of the KEEPING SILVER BRIGHT. of the Holy Innocents, Flatbush, N, souls of all deceased night workers Window Shades Curtain Ilangers, Cleaning Oil Shades. Y. His act is an expression of sraU- - who havo mad at a nractice of at Try putting a piece of itude for Iho restoration of his eye; tending' this printers' early morning Office a,nd Works' awav with vour silver. It sight. mass. ' keeps It from tarnishing. S46 E. St. Catherine. Phone 0501 F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. "Wo Use. tho Golden Rule" 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESDDENCH WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS Homo Phone. Shawnee 803 rSlsBsHsilM H Vsffil JR. HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING - Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty SOU WEST BROADWAY HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORK AH Kintls of Footwear For the Whple Family Two ILVMBLY'S Stores Portland Shaw. 171S Sth and Magazine B(1 j 18th City 71 V v ,'M