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1 For Best Service and Quality of Work in the City f
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Men's two-piece suits $1.50
Men's three-piece suits 1.75
Men's light weight overcoats 1,75
Men's medium weight overcoats . 00
Wool and silk dresses -.52.00 to 2.25
Evening and fancy dresses 2.50 to d.00
Cotton dresses..., 1-75 to2.00
Waists v -
Plain skirts ...
Pleated skirts '1-00
White Material 25c Extra
Coat Suits "iVcir00
Sport coats and cloaks $1-50 up
PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY
HARRY B. DRIVER SON
421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET.
Coffee Prices Lower
Wo of rcr excellent Coffee, QK-
three pounds for OUt
This means only another decrease over the old price
for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the prict
on the market. Give ub a trial.
JOHN M. MULLOY
212 WBST MAKKET STREET.
Both Phones 1323 Established 1888
Picnic and Chicken Supper
TUESDAY, AUGUST 9.
NEWBURG ROAD AND SPEED AVENUE
Supper begins at 5. Take Jefferson street car to Deer
Park avenue. Free ride to grounds.
If you are going to send
your boy to boarding school
it will be to your interest to
St. Joseph's College
ELECTRIC LIGHTS ' HOT BATHS
Furnished For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms
Phone City 4240 11Q West Chestnut
Real Ice Cream and Sherbet
KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS
Home Phone City 395
218 EAST MARKET STREET.
Is open to all High School Grad
uates desiring to pursure a course
of higher education. Courses lead
ing to bachelor of arts and bache
lor of science degrees are planned
according to the best standards of
our American Educational System.
SISTER DULA, Dean
851 South Fourth Street
It your toya am saneattoa ti will
prepare t&sai for life
St. Xavler's College
111 W. Broadway,
th. XarerUn Brothers.
Courses, Preparatory Department, Lr?t
nnimour cooi, wau isquippeu uym
naslum. Term moderate.
Bro. Benjamin. Dlr.
With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying.
and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed.
Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases.
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY
.Fourth and Chestnut.
Walter Easier, aged forty-two, be
loved husband of .Lena Woodford
Bttslor, 81i4 East Walnut street, has
gone to his eternal rest, Besides
his widow ho leaves Ave children
and three sisters. Funeral 6ervlces
were held .Monday morning at St.
John's church Itev. Father Schuh
mann celebrating the requiem mass,
Sunday morning death took from
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Quill, 523 'North Twenty-seventh
street, their twelve-year-old daugh
ter, Ellen Catherine, who was a
child of happy disposition and a fa
vorite among, her associates. Be
sides, hor parents she is survived
by an Infant brother. Her funeral
and requiem mass took place Tues
day morning at St, Cecilia's church.
Many friends and relatives mourn
the death of Mrs. Mary Qertrude
Smith, beloved wife of John B.
Smith. 515,West N street, Which oc
curred Tuesday afternoon at St.
Anthony's Hospital, She was thirty
six years old and was well liked by
all who knew her. Funeral services
wore1 held Thursday morning at
Holy Name church. Rev. Father
John O'Connor saying thq- requiem
(Funeral services for Robert H.
Wright, aged sixty, 1106 Ash street,
wore held Tuesday morning- at St.
Elizabeth's church. For many years
he was with the L. & N. and was
popular with his fellow workers.
Besides his widow. (Mrs. Frances
Whalev Wright, he Is survived by
three daughters, Mrs. Al'red L.
Roth, Mrs. George Kock and Miss
Bertha L Wright, and two sons,
Albert C. and. Robert R. Wright.
Tuesday morning the funeral of
Newel Hunt, fifty-live years oiu,
who died Sunday at his home. 13R1
South Elchteenth street, took place
frnm S. noorEe's church. Rev. Fa
ther Weiss conducting the solemn
obsequies. He Is survived by his
widow, ail s. Julia Hunt: a son, Wil
liam Hunt: three daughters. Mrs.
William Lardnex, Mrs. John Welsh
and Mrs. Albeit J. Eisel; two
brothers. James and Georsre Hunt,
and a sister. Mrs Demla Houghlln
TODAY and TOMORROW
Gam cilitd at 3:30 o'clock.
Mir i site at BtuchtmtyN's.
HIGH CLASS PICTURES
HERMAN STRAUS SONS J i
fOVHTH AVCHUC tNCOVfWMrco MARKET STROT " I
We dive and Redeem (fold Trading Stamps.
We are offering you these Suits !
at a very special price, just to adver- i
Suits are made of good woolen mate-1
terials, splendidly tailored and fin-1
THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW
Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner
SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS
Office G17 Sooth Fetirth.
PJaiit 009 South Sixth.
DON'T FORGET THAT
Sanitary Milk Co.,
IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK
ASK YOUR GROCERS."
DOMESTIC -) O jL JL." stem
We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kentucky
i Coal 'produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements wilh the best satis
faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal
NOW. Let us have your order TOD AY.
We operafo three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special
reduced prices on car ioaa snipmems.
HARVEY-JELLICO COAL COMPANY
City 4597 South 847-W
Job Work Promptly Attended To
LEO H. WEBER
Designer and Builder of
Plana and Estimates Cheerfully
181 B SOUTH PRESTON STREET
P. F. Valinoti Electric Co.
"Wo Uso the Golden Rule"
913 WEST MARKET STREET
INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER
WmiNG, FIXTURES, IiAMPS
Yard and Elerator. Teve and Payne Streets,:
Yard lttOO K. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Mac
Mala 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starkg BulIdlB
Brighten Up Electrically!
Make your 'hethe hospitable and attrac
tive this winter by the the addition of
attractive, and correct lighting.
PORTABLES, FLd6R L ARIPS, LIGHTING FURrilTURfe
ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY
Main 1890 528 "EST JEFFJBRSQN City 887
Crystal Electric Washer arid Wrings. Universal Farm Lighting Pjante,
The Twin City League promises
to furnish some exciting baseball
before the season is over, resulting
from the games last Sunday. Trln.
ity Council, vrhlch has been lead
ing all season, suffered a defeat
at the hands of the Knights of St.
John in an exciting' eleven Inning
contest, tho final score being 4 to
2. St. Xavler, the contender, went
Into a tlo for first place by defeat
ing Delisle 13 to 2. Many now pre
dict that the tie for first placo will
havo to be played off at the closo'
of the season, the leading clubs
expected to win their other games
of the season, these clubs being
games will be called off, this day
oeing Known as ivnebelkamp day,
and the. Twin City players and fans
will turn out en masses to root for
the Colonels against Minneapolis
and pay honor tp "Bill" Knebel
katrip, President of the Louisville
club, a great friend and booster for
VACATION FOR PH1KSTS.
THE, NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAIRIES COJIPANY MEANS
PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
BUTTER A SPECIALTY
The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests It You Sell
K. AND I. PRODUCTS
FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS.
KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO.
JACKSON AND FEIIR AVENUE BOTn PHONES 42fi"
To Help You With Your Cleaning
Phono Us Now.
Childers Elect. Co.
333-335 WEST MAIN ST.
The Rev. Diomede Pohlkamp,
O. P. M., the zealous and energetic
pastor of St. Joseph's church, is
away for several weeks and Is now
In Texas. He will return by Sep
tember. Father Conrad Is assisting
Father Stanislaus during the pas
Fathor Haesloy, chaplain of St
Joseph's Infirmary, is on a vaca
tion, and dlirihg his absence Father
Albert, O. S. B.. from St. Melnrad s
Abbey, is at the infirmary.
PICNIC AND CHICKEN Sl'PPER.
Elaborate preparations have been
made for the tolc picnic and phlcken
supper to be given by St. Agnes con-j
gregatlon on tne ecnooi -kiuuuub.
Speed avenue ami Newburg road,
next Tuesday, and a cordial .wel
come will be given all who attend.
The committee in charge say they
will have an afternoon anil even
ing of real picnic for all comers.
They are working bard and will
provide more tun and moie supper
than ever before.
liAAVN FETE AND SUPPER.
! R BiAftNON PIPE CO.!
Swr-a4 Calvart Tlf,
laaaaa's Fataat Lliae Flpa far Sta C4t,
Wall Cal, Brala Tik, Titrll MtltX,
Fire Tsiui, Flme LUla, Ftr Brkk
CrM a4 Bdlir Tltt, Fir Clay, Chlauwy Tf.
OFFICE 83 SOUTH TKIRTEBNTH STRBET
, - fHowlciTYa.ttee.iicuMejMAiNaw. - ,t
WOKKJI-TkwfMatM MnuktmttHw tm Kia4k Mk4tlfaMUa,
The annual lawn fete for the ben
efit of St. Ann's church -will take
place on the church grounds on
Wednesday and Thursday, August
10 and 11, afternoon and evening
respectively. The usual amuse
ments will 'begin promptly at -2:30
and 8 p. m. iboth afternoons and
evenings. Many handsome awards
will be disposed of, including a dia
mond ring, which returns from
same promise a gratifying success
financially. A delicious and apper
tlzlug' supper wlJJ be served by the
ladles of the parish from 5 to 8
p'clock, The committee in charge
of the rarlous booths extends to all
its frlend-s a hearty welcome to this,
the most enjoyable event of the. sea
son at St. Ann's. Take Sixth street
ear to end of line.
DANKER HEADS LEGION.
Enlisting in the First Kentucky
Regiment in Louisville at the put
break of the World War. trained at
Camp Shelby in Mississippi, with a
record overseas of service as Ser
geant Major and Captain in the
Tisth vinld Artillery. Edmund T.
Meriwether, assistant cashier at tha
Citizen's Union National Dank, was
elected Commanaer oi jouersuu
Post. American Legion, Tuesday
night, to succeed Sam H. MdMeekln,
who had served two years.
A lolnt sooial will bo given by
the ILadles' Auxiliary and the Coun
ty Board of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians on the lawn of tho Hi
bernian Home, Eighteenth and
Portland, next Thursday evening,
August 11, at 8 o'clock for which
elaborate preparation is being made.
All members and friends or the A.,
O. TL are 1nYited to- attend, and
a good time is assured those who-
IRISH ART IN RD3LES. .
Mark Sales, 1'res.
J. c. Jacotii, Sec. ana Treas.
L. GRAUMAN & CO.
Sealers In All Kinds of Office and
store fixtures, Safes, Cash Regis
ters, Show Oases, Counters,
610 WEST MAIN STBEET
Home rhone; City 1388
N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson
LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK
For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision.
More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a tstal
deposit of more than 13,000,000, it the monument of confidence built by th
poopie of Louisville at this safe, conservative siity-stx-year-old bank.
UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND
' TT si wessssp sswb
Where the QuicK Meal Comes In
COLONELS AND MELLERS.
The .Loliisville baseball club will
close its present exciting series with
Minneapolis this afternoon and to
morrow, the games meaning first
place for either. Thus far Louis
ville has held Its own against Can
tlllon's fast coming aggregation,
and it Is believed that the team si
out of Its recent disastrous slump,
wjilch was jcaused principally by
poor- work or the twlrlers and a
temporary slump or the club's
heavy hitting. It has been amusing
to hear critics of the club denounc
ing the management for not going
into the market and spending a
million dollars moro or less for a
pitching staff, many at these same
critics very rarely encouraging the
club with their attendance. At
present Louisville Is first in the,
league and last In attendance, the,
aDsenco or tne bannuet boosters
and opening day paraders beng
buui uuieu. .manager job Mc
Carthy deserves special mention for
keeping the team in the fight with
the email lack- of support and en
couragement. NORMAL SCltOOL.
Where the meal u
Where the raan ataadg
Where work fa
Where eooklBf seem
Where balds fire .
Where dradge la em
That's where m
Qaiak Meal QaajKaaftee Sold, lastollcii mui U1SI ly ReSaii.ei4.tf
GEHER & SON, w Alk5Et ST
Members of the Serto Literary
Club. New Albany, went a meet en
joyable evening at laet week's meet
ing, wheH they were entertained by
Mr. William P. Stein, at lier home
Ont Eaet Maln. street. Mrs. John
Cody had for her subject: "EnKlieb
Literature of the Seventeenth. Cen
tury:" Mrt J. T. Cox dJeeueaed
''Oivica," Othera preeent were Mea-
iaxM Mri1 Boland. s. J oar
ner, Aadersoa O. Moore, W,, J,
llarr XHy, Acatha 1iitr, Mtryl
Varto thousahd -pliotographs of en
tire OBtbles have beea made y the
Benedictine prieets werklng under
the direction of Cardinal Caequet
for the ipurpoee of -comparing the
variant readings of the text, aocord
ine Ito a statement -made by His
Eminence. at 'the Cambridge Bible
Congress, "where he discussed the
work. Vt -the Papal OomBieeIoa for
the RerlaSoH of the Vulgate. Awohr
the, mmH. IntereeUn 1llutratk)ne pt
8tereoptscon plctares were ithoee of
hiebnrle mamcrltt Bales, wnieh
CardfnaT Gfaequet aaid were writteln
In Northern Italy, but -were un
doubtedly Irish In origin. As "proof
of this m ainenee 'Shewed Illus
trations ot Irish manueeripte. -written
in Ireland, and also . Italian
manuscripts making Wear he iden
tity of. wwrkmanehip. The mar-
axnal deslBrpyed. ewepttonally
beawUful, ahcrwing Ithe richest work.
of. the Iriah.flHKBjnMors at tae
heat period ot the aft. Cawlfnal
Oawiuet aamea at1 t ooagreas
Uto theory; WiaC Irish art, a shown
la thaw ftha0rtBU, dearrad Its
The Normal School at Naaaroth
Academy, near Bardstown. will be
coritlnuod during -the winter, and
will -be open to prospective teachers
as well as the pupils pf the academy
wiio nava- finished, their high sehool
course. The summer normal school
course closed last week, when there
were eighty-eight in the student
body, many of whom were lay
tacners from, the vicinity, The
earnest work, and real enthusiasm
manifested by the teachers and pu
pils (brought, good results, which
were liberallr commended by- the
inspectors from, the Western Nor
mal, who vlelted the claeq rooms of
each department Nazareth Acad
emy was designated as a (ate cen
ter' by Superintendent George Col-
GRAN W. SMITH'S SON
Al. s". smith, prop.
Funeral Director and Embalmer!
BOTH PHONES S10.
f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST5i 3
DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT
1227 WEST MARKET STREET,
I Funeral Directors and Embaimerst
S Cunb. Haia 2098-
Heaia City 898
DATE SET FOR FOOII.
James A. Flaherty, Supreme
Knight. tW week anaounced that
Marshal Foch had deflnltejy accept
ed the Invitation' of the Knlghta of
Columbu to be their guest at a
rreat patriotic demonstration in
Cfateago on November 6. He also
stated that the K. of C. had. defi
pttely deetiaed to iatroduee It or-
Sniiatlon in(o Burope, altheagh
aJa, Fraaee, Bngtaad, Denmark
and Anatnta baa appealed for K. of
WMKKI?aOMKM CUMBKHLAMD MAIN 3971.
J J. BARRETT'S SONi
AND EMBALMERS. '
8fl 33at AdCaln street.
oiteta N1 u Ins.
Feeiimf f Mff-""''
Baa, Oenerleve Tenua
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