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BARKER Kentucky Irish American NO. 18. tho present time demonstrates tho fact that people always have Inaldulged, and In all probability ways will indulgo In the use of alcoIt is true that the holic drinks. use of wines and liquors when abused leads to lamentable consequences; yet the best of things aro liable to abuse. Take tho tongue Wo all know tho for Instance. social and domestic Joy and utility derived from conversation, and yet the bad uw of tho tongue leads daUy to lying and mlsroprosenta- tlon, to quarrels anu sianacr, 10 mnrdnr nut would wo be justified In putting a padlock on our mouths because of the occasional misuse of tho tongue? Wo should regulate the use of Intoxicants as we regulate 'tho use ot our tongues, by propor safeguards and restraints. As I tho recommend "What passage of laws that look toward tho Inculcation In the people of habits of temperance. I am an advocate of high license, and laws connected with It rigidly enforcing regulations for tho conduct of drinking places. There should be heavy fines Imposed for Infractions of tho IOjWS, and If the violations nro continued tho license should bo withdrawn absolutely. "Tho American people already Bhow a strong drift toward temperance. Drunkenness Is no longer regarded either In society or Industry with tho tolerance thnt it was only a few yearsago. Widespread health instruction In our schools, colleges, newspapers and magazines Is another great power for good. Then, too, our Industrial and commercial life has' increased so In complexity and Intensity that tho man Who drinks to excess is inevitably eliminated. "It Is Infinitely bettor for humanity If It Is allowed to exercise Its own will power rather than to attempt to drive It and regulate It by laws; wo develop a higher typo of man spiritually a better citizen, a better neighbor, a better husbands a better father by requiring him to use his own Initlatlvo In moral matters rather than .by attempting to hold him constantly 1n legislative leading strings. "I believe that we can attain national temperance, but I am firm in the belief that any enactment of a widespread prohibition measure Is a long step backward." good-natur- ed JS Dow Wire SCREENS Plione 759 & Iron Works Will Protect Yon VOLUME XXXVIII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. the machine, and nothing remains but tor the machine leaders to select running mates for .Undertaker John Maas, who will be tho Republican nominee for Mayor. It 13 rumored that of thousands of the departure negroes for other fields of eniploy-meIs worrying tho Republican bosses quite a great deal, as the negro vote comprises 70 per cent, of the Republican vote in a general election. nt - PROHIBITION For tlic Nation Opposed by Ills Eminence Cardinal Gibbons, HistOrj bllOUM HUlt Mnrnlitv Can Not Be Legislated Into Peopln. STRANGE Itcligious and Social Questions MuHt "Bo Answered in Xcar Future. Greek Schism Presents Live jit Time of World's Is- - ; pastor. After a full and freo discussion tho work of the committee, who proposed u number of changes that will prove beneficial to the society and orphans, was given uuanlmous approval. It Is expected that several Not KiithtiHcd Ovcf Prohibition more branches will soon be founded Platform of the Forward , and Interest In the work of caring League. ones become wide for tho little spread. j) St. Ann's church, of which Father Hill by-la- Rev. Is DEMOCRATS bowled oyer by GEORGIA Non-Cathol- ic proves Comrades For Showing lllgotry. Confederate Im- CATHOLIC- LOYALTY. Declare Catholics Kvcr ChamKetfarded in Main as Only PolitThe greatest patriotic celebration pions of Constitutional ical Subterfuge of Political In pledging the Catholic church yet held In Louisville was witnessed Aspirants. Liberty. Tuesday afternoon, when the 400 of the United States to the support Crisis. pupils of St. Patrick's; school, Sixof the Federal Government the teenth' and Market, and between Catholic Archbishops who met un1,000 and 2,000 people of the parCandidacy Mak- der the chairmanship of Cardinal Commends Daughters of ConfedPope. Ardently Desires to Bring iah stood at 'attention while a Hen Itrtinilevc'ft Nationwide Prohibition an InGibbons at Washington and adopted regimental bugler blowed a saluto eracy Who Invited Bishop ing Great Gains For Charlej Hack All Churches to the toxt of a letter of loyalty to fringement Upon Personal and Old Glory was raised on a , Kelly. Cronan. towering flagpole In thb school yard President Wilson were expressing Unity. Liberty. by Major Benton Sldrks, of the the thought that Is in the hearts and minds of the Catholics of this First Kentucky Regiment. Major country. Tho letter of the ArchStnrks was escorted to the school by Joseph J. Hubbuch and William SHERIFF'S RACE IS INTERESTING bishops to tho President is not a OBJECTIONS ARE DEPRECATED OF TODAY Silk, THE GREEK CHURCH long document, just a few paramembers of the congregation, FAVORS NATIONAL TEMPERANCE every graphs, but paragraph Were received by E. J. O'Brien, and breathes devotion to the Governwho Introduced him to the pastor. ment and tho Immortal principles Father Cronln. In introducing the One excellent effect has resulted Kentucky Democrats and men of for which it stands. The Catholics It may seem strange at first officer Father Cronln Said: In connection with tho demand readily held up the hands of Washington from the recent exhibition of sight, at this time of crisis In the "To bo a 'slacker' is a sin for a all political beliefs will nation-wid- e of a few .fanatics for Catholic may agree with tho sensible and logical In his time of trial and they havo bigotry on the part of the Southern worlds history, to speak of the Catholic. stateprohibition, tlio following Greek schism, and even to present be, but no real Catholic can be a views oi promoicion, as expounded held up tho hands of his successors Confederates who objected to the ments of Howard B. 'Coflln, of tho It as a live Issue and to' connect 'slacker,' for our faltlj makes re by Cardinal Glbbon3 and printed In In that great office when they were invitation extended by tho DaughAdvisory Committee of the Council with it the name of our Holy sponse to duty a matter or con- these columns today. As the dis- beset by armed hosts on the field of ters of the Confederacy to Bishop of National Dofense, and Cardinal Father Pope Benedict XV., writes science. Next to our ,duty to God tinguished writer says, "You can't battle and traitors at home. The Kolley to be tho speaker at the ConGibbons aro Interesting. Mr. Coflln Rev. George Calavassy In the April our patriotism Is our greatest duty. legislate morals into mankind," and church has flourished mightily In federate Memorial day .says: celebration. Catholic World. It w.ll seem espe- To bo willing and anxious to die Kentucky Democrats know that it the United States of America, and It Because of an impending and poscially strango to those who do not for your country whenjyour country would be foolish policy to commit were there no other motive than of has roused tho angry resentment the sible shortage of foodstuffs, wo havo and realize what religious and social calls, the church not only asks, but the party to the programmo pre gratitude to tho Government that forth remarkable tributes ofbrought hysterical demands for economy In chlldrqn must ever scribed by the now prohibition or- put no obstacles In tho way of the ciation of the part Catholics apprequestions must be answered In the demands. You evory Una of human endeavor. have near future. This Is precisely tho show that love of the flag, devotion ganization known as the Democratic church ministering to her people played In the history of our country "Waste lis bad, but an undiscrlmlnat-in- g time to consider certain problems, to tho republic and respect for Its Forward League, and wtich to date and training her children In her even from those not of our faith. economy Is worse. General representatives not only is born In has been controlled by tho Haly- - own schools the church would be a One the solution of which Is of the Is Duslness Is being slowod down beimportance in view of thp you, but trained Into you and ex- Beckhamltes. No ono realizes any supporter of the Government of the T. P. such tribute an that given by Oglesby In cause of tho emotional response of address great mission which awaits Chris- emplified for you by those to moro than the latter that absolute United States. But tlio reasons for ered before the Confederate delivmisthe trading public to theso tianity after this gigantic struggle whom the church has Intrusted the prohibition is an Impossibility, but Catholic support of tho Government erans Association of Savannah,Vet guided campaigns for economy. in Benedict education, of your hearts, your hey are shrewd enough to know of the United States are found in which he maintained tho propriety of nations and peoples. And thousands of workers XV., upon whoso shoulders weighs minds and your hands. It Is In that with the cry of prohibition as tho teachings of Catholic theology of tho tholce of Bishop B. J. Kelley aro being thrown needlessly out tho enormous burden of responsi- this spirit and to publicly display an asset they may marshal enough and Catholic doctrine and not in by the Daughters of the ConfedAll this is wrong. of employment. of men. eracy as bility for tho interests of the theso sentiments, which In peace or of fanatics and satellites to secure the whims and opinions Unemployment and closed factories on tho church and Christianity, is more war actuate us all, that wo are as- control of the Democratic party and Obedience to lawful authority Is Memorial orator Macon. Confederate brought about through fitful and tho Catholic commendedday Inaction of He warmly preoccupied with sembled here this afternoon." at the same time may throw out ono of tho maxims of than anyone else campaigns for public and ihn women the Major Starks spoke to tho chil feelers to havo a working agree doctrine. It Is preached these problems, among which the prove a will private economy y'e I"" return to unity of tho Greek church, dren of tho proper ways for show ment with the Republican prohibi Catholic church, In tho Catholic!'?0 r?ru,stKl t0, Ul U1U t0, th 'WJ1U foundation of quicksand veritablo WICKUU UlftUlES with its more than one hundred ing respect for the Hag and compli- tionists. It will bo remembered school and In the Catholic homo protested UUI1IUUU the Invitation. Mr. work we have at for the serious against millions of adherents. Is of very mented f them and their teachers that Judge O'Rear, the former Re- and Is a part of the very life of the Oglesby prefaced his address by hand. Does this solemn counsel they displayed. publican candidate for Governor, Catholic people. It is the Catholic saying great Importance. for tho training apply to tho Indusagainst hysteria "I am not a Catholic, Beckham The Greek church of today, with Each of the 360 boys and girls car- and worked together doctrine of obedlcnco to all lawful so far as I know none of my and try of making and selling liquor, an anIts one hundred and ten or moro ried a small Amercan Hag as they pretty harmoniously with their authority that makes of the Cath- cestors were and nono of my kin represents an InvestIndustry which emmillions of adherents, Is divided sang "Columbia, the ' Gem of tho joint prohibition political lectures. olic people of this country such a dred are Catholics." Referring to ment of millions of dollars, Referring to the efforts of the mighty tower of strength In times the unfortunate Incident at Macon Into several autocephalous and In- Ocean." They next sang "The star ploys thousands of men and pays dependent churches, such as tho Spangled Banner," and at Its close Forward League the following is when lawful authority Is attacked. millions of dollars In taxes to the MARY'S MONTH. speaker said In part: In the letter that they sent to the Russian church, tho Church ot tho the flag was raised by Olajor starKs, taken from the Germantown News: country? "It would be hard to find a more Archbishops tho Tho Kentucky Irish American Is President Wilson Hero Is a calm, unbiased opinion May is tho month dedicated to Kingdom of Grcce, tho Church of the children standing at attention painfully astounding Instance of the on prohibition by national enact Mary, tho Mother of God. It is a Cyprus, the Bulgarian, Rumanian, and tho bugler flaring a salute. authority for the statement that said that In thus acting they were effect of religious prejudice and In ot little prohibition loyal to the traditions that had ex tolerance, and a moro palpable IgServian and Montenegrin churches, When tho flag had reached tho sum thousands ment by Cardinal Gibbons: , nf month of brightness and of flowers, i pole tho entire pamphlets aro being sent out to isted between tne catnouc cnurcn norance or obliviousness, i ,,.f,i and the Patriarchates of Constan- mit of tho fifty-foor Ignora Federal prohibition law as a na- - ". month of speoial devotion to her tinople, Alexandria, Antloch and audience broke Into 'cheering and members of Catholic fraternal or and the United States since tho ing of facts that should have made To money foundation of the Government. tlonal catastrophe, Httle short of a who Is our advocate before tho Jerusalem. With the exception of applause. Major Starks then ad- ders "by the Impossible, than Is shown In this representative in Louisville and tho read such words as these, declares It crime against tho spiritual and phy throne of her Divine Son. Lot us the Patriarchates, all tho other na- dressed the boys aB follows: protest; more fitting occaspokesman for tho the Toledo Record, and to know sion thanand nocan be found for- a of the American then give her that honor which Is tional churches are governed by a want to speak of your trainslcal "I people. I am In favor of local op- her due. Lot us join In a special Synod under the control of tho Gov- ing. I will not dwelti upon that of Catholic church, the Catholic clergy tha't they are as true as Holy Writ, statement this some of those facts tion, applied to communities of such ernment and Independently of ev- your souls and minds," for I know and tho Catholic people," Who in must thrill theoul of the Catholic that shouldof be .known and rememtho- - world can tho Irish American American citizen and steel Ijls heart size; either of territory or monuer In calling her blessed. May ery other church, so that ovory how won youjv 4hnltel bered "by every bo spokespopulation, that the vote on Uio devotions will they'held In air the church Is so closely connected with are attending to that. But I do mean by to meet any sacrifice for his Gov- pecially by everyAmerican, and 'esatConfederate vetshould be may hold. unmistakably show the churches and question can tho thought that it ernment that tho future that It serves as the most wish to say n few words about the eran, and evory descendent of a tended. Our private devotions, too, tho State Instrument of the Stalo for care of your bodies. I have never man?" bo Perish majority sentiment for or against powerful our old friend, CoL P. H. rould Confederate." .!., r lln..A.. Th o mnono bllUUIll IUHU UIl IVIl imicwcu ..1 evidently means' preservalon of national tradia finer lot of boys and girls IMI'KKSSIVK C'KKKMOXIAL Aftor setting forth the provisions . Tho ltosary is one of the. finest of the and the realization of its as- seengreater little patriots. I know-th- Callahan, it but it of gloss and varhome rule,' or the true application speaks him, for or tions constitution guaranteeing " devotions and one which should pirations. Inasmuch as the aspiraImpressive of therights and religious liberty to every one of you boys wants nish In tho same connection. of the principles of and The With beautiful equal heart, menu But I am firmly and un- - J dear to every Catholic to sec tions of all these national churches to bo ready to be a soldier if tne News had thought all along that ceremonies the cornerstone of Holy all, edifying than and quoting words of Washing' analterably opposed to tho enactment What Js more which country needs you. To do this you Col. Callahan knew his catechism Academy auditorium on ton Illustrative of his attitude tofamily In he Rosary Is are extremely opposed toIn one prohibitory leglsla- conflict must grow up good, strong men. better than that, to try to speak for Rosary of and continually other Catholics of tlon. for such sweeping measures reeled daily that Uw Mothoi of with one another. It will bo readily Boys, do not think your teachers the clergy as well as for Haly and Fourth avenue . was laid Sunday ward tho concluded by his time, Mr. saying: Holy Rosary Academy Oglesby mean that tne rural aisticis tor God may .intercede for all members understood that It would be too are 'old fogies' when they warn you Beckham. hopo it isn't so. afternoon. Let's is ono family "The truth of history overwhelminstance, can force their sumptuary of tho good oldcircle? This Catholic much to expect the return to unity icainst cigarettes and all other bad But, really and seriously, Is Col Is conducted by the Dominican Sis- ingly customs of refutes tho Imputation that judgment upon tho urban districts. of the and with this addition will can not church Ireland, and It Is to bo deplored or tho wholo Greek dlrectliro In a habits, for you absolutelyallow any Callahan a candidate for United ters, among the most complete edu- profession of tho Roman Catholic This is a denial of tank body. Having no union become real men if you States Senator? liiilnivAMAn4 imnn nAWiAnnl lilt that it is not more generally prac- - among themselves, and having op- evil habits to master you. You cational Institutions in the South. faith is Incompatible with loyalty of In a liquorproblem flood In thl. county. NoCathol.c posite Interests by tho veTy fact of must bo clean men, clean of body, Democratsgathoring day ItLouisville The foundation walls were sur- to American principles of governSrW m3S the was the the other the facts I have uu in the rural districts ana tho liquor ' Rosary and to use it In public when their being national churches, It Is mind and heart, and that is what consensus of opinion' that the Brum-lov- e rounded by a large gathering or ment; and surely peculiar appropritho had problem In the urban districts are occasion candidacy for Mayor was mak- people, and after the stonoVery been stated showthe choice of the Macon easy It is Impossible that they should agree you will be If you. follow the guid demands. How Rev. ateness of problems of vastly different aspects, .anomer ing no headway, but that It was placed in position tho among themselves In order to reach ance or your xeacnors. Daughters of tho Confederacy for To take only one Mature or tW o pick the practlca from the Did a common conclusion. thing, if you want to be soldiers helping the local Democracy In a Father T. L. Crowley, 0. P., Prior orator of an occasion In honor of Catholic In this regard. Experience has shown that you must learn to obey, to be punc- way by serving to make Charley of St. Louis Bertrand's, preached the memory of those sons of the But may It not bo hoped in ev visit ou that prohibition can be enforced dn company with a death chamber and every ono or theso cnurcnes win tual, to be serious when duty de- Cronan a stronger candidate In the an eloquent and feeling sermon, princiwho died for tho country but not In the city, havo some oneother Catholics accept the union by itself? It Is mands. You havo a splendid primary and attracting support from Hviinir nraiso to tho Sisters and also South tho war betweenthose States; suggest .that o in liquor leglsla- Thus with tho mothers who had parted with ples every ono of whom the can be hoped for, and it Is to begin your mili him after the primary. earnestly to be It was then the It the of tlon, the rural districts can pass Hosar, be recited for out so probable that the example of tary training right here In school." argued that if Mr. Cronan had con- - their sons for the defense ofmade said, as truly as Gen. Lee said of How' prohibitory judgment upon tho ur- tho departed? must havo of place mostwould cause tho others to fol flag and country. His words Following a prayer by Father , tlnued to be tho solo candidate in folt who one dischargban districts without any experience those Catholics ltosary a deep and lasting Impression. Fol- Paul J. Semmes, 'He died question is very have lagged in the children closed tho ex havo a or knowledge ot the latter's needs. did not been proven on about them. low it. But the it Is mixed up Cronln by Blnglng a May day hymn, terest would much effort would tho lowing a musical selection by St. ing tho highest duty of a patriot.' primary and be many occa- complex, because erclses It has History shows that there are no Tho reasons against State prohibi- sions choir Our that tho Rosary Is most pleas with politics, as I said above, and "This Is tho Month of given Mother." needed to nut tho boys on their toes 1 Louis Bertrand's sang the children more devoted adherents, no sturdier greater oven with tion apply "Tho Star to the for the general election. As it Is, of the parish ing to the Blessed Virgin, its It would be a difficult and delicate The flag, which was strength against national prohibi Spangled Banner." Tho benediction defenders of constitutional liberty, by tho congregation, will fly every at this time. most part, matter to words, tion. It requires no argument to chosen for thethe Bible. have been Very muchanalyze it on the result schooltho building every day and tho Issued card that Mr. Brumlevo has was given by Father Crowley, as- as they have been transmitted to depends They aro and every meeting that has over from us through tho great charter and show that the greater tho distances mornNaturally Catholic been held by his adherents has only sisted by Father E. A. Baxter, O. inspired b God it constitution, than , that separate communities the less words there Is great ofllcacy himself, of tho war. not look for tho return to children will salute It both always has served to make Mr. Cronan all tho P., and Father R. G. Lyons, O. P. the American Wie church can evening. a ing and in have been found in tho ranks of will bo their sympathy with and, Holy unity that shall havo no motives been a custom of this school to havo stronger, and the latter's suporters tho those professing that faith the their knowledge of each other's con- - reverent pronunciation of knpw,, for other than political interests; in a patriotic exorcise at the beginning should have the- kindliest feelings CALLED TO REWARD. we well faith of Stephen Langton, of dltlons and m&b. Then there is this JjJe of Jesus so, and his apostles morning, when tho for Mr. Brumlove who although has said the union and of Charles further reason, a reason that is so.Chrlfrt emphasized this fact. When order to be permanent founded on of work each place their hands on waging a hopeless fight Is nevertheand highly es- Carrollton, and of ChiefCarroll of A well knovn boys and girls must bo sincere and weighty that it alone should nullity hve wo pronounce supernatural motives. Nevertheless, their hearts and say: "I pledge my less hlazing tho way, for a strong teemed family of Louisville was be- Taney, and of the present Justice tl,Te prohibition: If , 1tclt? Name many times, each Chief all talk of national Holy reaved by the loss of a beloved it is certain that His Holiness Bene- hand and my heart to my country Cronan ticket in November. f.h Tirohibltionlsts succeed In mus- D. White; and of Paining eomo special grace dict XV. ardently desires to bring and my flag, ono raatlon indivisible, Speaking of the Brumlevo ticket, member Sunday afternoon, when Justice, Edward necessary strength to''lm tering- tho of that great Judge, William Gaston, many aro amazed at the stupendous Peter J. Gossman, father-in-lamodlttlon of the back all tho churches to unity, and with liberty and justice to all." enact their sumptuary law, ono of,Croin 9od-- , of North Carolina, whoso name and x also most salutap'. for very probably the commission will Recelvor Alderman B. J. Campbell, died at memory are revered In that State Un mysteries task allotted two things Is going to happen 2307 Garland avenue. who can permit their minds to be charged with studying what can ,o, atof.va ihnt hni-Vinii nmhthttmrv work jubilee. Charley Mllllken, who Is at Brum-lov- e his residence, was born In Pennsyl by Protestant and Catholic alike. msnop's silver cred events in bo done toward this end. e" uPn. V10 Mr. Gossman trying to secure a complete legislation forced upon them either years ago ana It shows that thd Confederate Josus and Mary with- - "? Uv Government of anniversary of ticket for 'the primary. Mr. vania seventy-thre- e Tho Provincial ? The twenty-fift- h theso States will Ignore the un the causo of out experiencing an elevation or Russia has Instructed the committee tho consecration of Right Rev. Mllllken has a reputation as a had lived a useful and exemplary cause, which itself was had no more popular law or that law will be liberty, heart and ,mlnd, to Gdpolitical diplomat, but to date he is life. While a young man he moved constitutional which is charged with the task of Bishop Henry Gabriels, of tho enforced by Federal authority. eight ardent sympathizers, nor more eloof Ogdensburg, will bo cele up against it, so to speak, the ma to Jasper, Ind., and served Dubois quent advocates than were to be "All history shows that you can quires no leaping, to recite the drawing up a constitution for "reorgreat County Clerk of apbut years as ganized Poland" to make Catholicity brated On Tuesday, May s, wun jority of those whom he has not legislate morality Into a people; m,my years ago he found In those same ranks; and no A the religion of the State. to recite A pro- Pontifical mass In St. Mary's Cathe- proached turning a deaf ear to his ,vintv. Twentv-fou- r tho law that is enacted against mere repetition oflit proporly.a doubt of his fealty to those princiwords, the clamation has also been issued dral. Owing to ho ill health of entreaties, while come havo gone came to Louisville and ha made his ples and to that causo can find tho majority sentiment almost im. e mumbling of tho formula abolishing throughout some years Russia all tho venerable prelate the colobratlon as far as to Bay that if Mr. Milli-ko- n homo here slnco, for becomes a dead law. But lodgement tho mind of any who S,Th Rosary is disabilities and proscriptions on ac- will lack much of tho usual elabwe do not need to go out of our,w,n thinks bo well of tho possibili- being a Supervisor under the Board who knows in. true American, that that prayer, count of the creeds and nationalities popular own time and country for evidence Prayer, the loftiest kind of events In tho ties of the Brumleve ticket why of Public Works and employes. with loyal orateness of those Southerner, that golden-heartSurshould offer It in a spirit ot of the persons affected. A third Catholic church. The infirmities of doesn't he accept ono of the nom- the city officials and sons, of this. To instance only one of ,and gentleman Christian humility. John H Is tho release of tho age are beginning to enfeeble the inations which may be had for the viving him aro five favorable the many striking examples, let mo , contrition and dements of It Bishop Benjamin Kelley." genuine Most Rev. omen lalns Archbishop Szeptycky, Bishop, who Is now nnablo to stand asking, and not continue in the at- Henry F., James G., Edward P. tho Fifteenth amendment, 'Prayer,a " Following this address tne vetboth vocal and mental, con-- Imprisoned under the old regime and Frank A. Gossman, all of Louiswhich was enacted to give political any length of time, though In titude of "lotting George do it." camp unanimously adopted a primary ville; and four daughters, Mrs. B. erans'' resolutions concurring In the man; it capture of that city for ways ho is in vigorous health. Main interest in the l equality to tho colored ' since the first other seems concentrated in the J. Campbell, Mrs. D. E. Hollendor set of controlling opinion In and adoration, thanksgiving against tho After tho Bishop Gabriels was born in Flan- race3 still by tho Czar's forces. Kelley and invitation of Bishop petition, coupled with the Southern States and therefore Tho Rosary has been meditation. - deposition of the Czar and his Gov ders, Belgium, In 1833, and studied Sheriff's Tace, and while there aro and Mrs. J. A. Casper, of Louisville, deprecating all previous objections richly in- ernment Merlweathor, of a dead letter in all of them. Cardinal oasparn. i'apai for the priesthood at tho famous three entries, Messrs. Robertson, and Mrs. William C. B. of C. V. , thereto. tho church, and its "The boiler that legislation is a dulgenccd byapplicable to tho faith Secretary of State, sent an appeal to. Louvaln University. He was or- McNally and Woodruff, the contest Indianapolis, Ind. Tho funeral was are morning from St. panacea for all social ills is one ful departed tho Charge D'Affalres at tne Rus- dained at Louvain in 1861 and soon seems to be hetwoon tho first two. held Tuesday URGE HOME RULE. church, of which he was a tho of the great evils of tho day. To During tho month of Mary re- sian ministry to" tho Holy See, tho afterward embarked for America. Mr. McNally Js recognized as duo Peter's member. valued choice, probably take the law out of its proper field cite tho Rosary with devotion. result being the immediate release For many years ho served a3 presiA cablegram urging a settlement is to make tho law abortive, and of Archbishop Szeptycky. Ho has dent of St. John's Provincial Sem to tho fact that in 1914 ho acted it on your person, and of the Irish problem was sent to MAC1UN COUNCIL. abortive laws breed popular con- Carry walking along tho street even now arrived In Petersburg. These inary, Troy, of which he was one as Secretary, with Attorney Ed you Saturday tempt for all legal authority. Thero while Premier Lloyd George of of the rounders, of tho aB Chairman, tie was canea Humphrey campaign. may recite it at- happenings, the correspondent in RobinThe members of Mackln Council night by 200 Representatives ie already a dangerous sentiment of tention. This without attracting is one of tho surest the Catholic Press Association with from thjit position to the bishopric Beckham support comesSenator from all were treated to a very interesting Congress, headed by Speaker Champ this kind in our country. To add to ways of overcoming temptation, of forms us, have been received of Ogdensburg. He was installed ertson's It by enacting an abortive law of avoiding those occasions of 'sin much satisfaction at the Vatican. as Bishop of Ogdensburg in that classes of tho Louisville and Jef meeting last Monday evening wnen Clark. There is great interest in uommmee naa this country in the situation, and such universal' significance aa a Tho entire ferson county Democracy because the Entertainment aro ho encountered on The hope is generally entertained city May 11, 1892. national prohibition statute would which hand. to Join with the lovdng that the change of regime will Dnng city greeted the distinguished pre- of Bterllng fights for every measure for its programme a dobate between the Irish home rule question has every work an incalculable injury to tho children of Mary and tho devotees about an improvement In tho condi- late upon his arrival in Ogdens- supported 'b? the Loulsvillo Democ- Cleorgo J. Thornton, upholding mo been discussed by American officials A. with members of the British spiritual well being of the American of the Sacred Heart In fulfilling tion of the Catholic church in that burg. In 1911 Bishop Gabriels racy while in the Senate and Legis- affirmative side, and William now visiting the United people Ono of chief supporters Link, tho negative side, tne suojeci the Holy Father's wish that we shall vast country that has ior so long celebrated the flfltloth anniversary lature. "To enforce In the various States pray for the spread of the rosary outlawed the adherents of the of his ordination to the priesthood. and who will be Chief Deputy in being "Resolved, That Government States. In the message thoy said: "May we, members of the Ameri an unpopular sumptuary law by the event of his election is William Ownership of Railroads do Adopt during the month of May. church. Federal authority and Federal offl- - dovotlon McDoyltt, a Democrat of strength ed." After the debaters had nouy can Congress, suggest that nothing EUCIHtE AND LOTTO. ciala would be so vlolous in practheir arguments tne will add moro to the enthusiasm of not only in tho West End, whore contested PROGRESS HEPOUTED. MANY OF THEM. the tice, so contrary to the spirit ot Tho ladles fcf St. Patrick's con- he resides, but throughout tho city judges' decision was two fornega- America in this war than a settleinstitutions, that none American ment now of the Irish problem. We Monday and county. affirmative and one for the entertain Tho meeting of the Catholic Or- gregation wjll If it Is true, as an eminent prohlbRlontet being mado Americans will be but the most fanatical all opIn the authority declares, the phan Society at St, Vincent's Home night with another of their pleasant position toRepublican ranks Messrs. tive. thoPreparations aro which aro believe that all and their enthusioven such medical could indorse dC But greatly stirred for" summer outings, the dictation of clothed In last Sunday afternoon Avas well at- card parties in 'the old school hall, given pause by wparlne of too mnnv fanatic should be . 11.. a ...... if have the council ., and Market. Those who Chilton linalth tfaara ara that HI.. riatrlmTi4fi1 tn fashlonamn women tended and tho reports showed being Thirteenth charge are Misses Mary died, out,and Searcy seems toleaders given by to by the and are looked astic effort enlistedsettle the 'British this probmembers with empire will now iformer Republican forward will have satisfactory progress was ereat manv m,M iu oathlUu j pi BUUUni it.. impatience. George Becker was lem in accordance with the princi-- . Grinstead, liaoi llttln lu.i.lnn niilo tltlrtar UlA t1"W rtttlpf.rH. All Greaney, Nellie Welch, WileKa Kao- llko Umi.J.. by 0ua Play Monroe, Albert Scott, Joe. Conkllng reported sick at the meeting, while pies announced by President Wilto fear audden death Tnelr g.pjr. the pri8h branches were repre- - lin and Mrs. A. C. Canova. son in hla address to'Congreae." and Eugene D&tley having been Dan W. 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While, as ha3 already been said, tho espousal of tho cause of the Allies by the United States has destroyed Ireland's chance of having her caso brought before the peace court, it nevertheless has put the United States in a position where eho can without any violation of international etiquette insist on tho homo rule act being put In force at once, for it is a duty she owes to herself to see that tho ally for whom she has drawn the sword NATHAN KAHN shall leave nothing undone to as Prosecuting Attorney of Nathan Kahn, candidate for strengthen her (tho ally's) moral tho Police VOurt, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party, is position before tho world. It is to receiving much encouragement from hl3 who bellevo bo hoped the President will rise to that his successful administration deserves an Indorsement at the his opportunity to do an ines- hands of the voters. Last November the Republicans centered their an effort to defeat Mr, Kahn timable service to an ancient nation attention in year, which is a hand! cap in for elections, and though a Mr. Kahn's city Presidential people. and Its vote compared favorably with President Wilson's fellow-Democrats, long-sufferi- been ttho proper thing for our Board of Education to have selected Ben W. Kllng to fill the vacancy in that board, principally because of tho fact that ho waa the choice of 16,000 ,votere In tho last election, but unfortunately ho Is not a favorite of tho .small inner clrclo who select our school .representatives. It would havo SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT IDEAL PATRIOT. The citizens or Chicago aro up anna over tho actions of Mayor Thompson, who has sidestepped tho war Issue, refusing to back up the President and delivered treasonable remarks concerning tho war policy Once again of the United States. our contention is proven. In the last Mayoralty election In Chicago Thompson was elected on a wave of bigotry, .being tho choice of tho Junior Order, Guardians of Liberty and other A. P. A. patriots, who the Sunday preceding tho election distributed circulars at every Protestant, church, door In Chicago, urging all to vote for Thompson because his opponent was a Catholic It Is but Just retribution to Chicago for listening to tho bigots, and a lemon Mayor of tho fake patriots is a just punishment In DUCK THE TEST. The True Voice also notes tho great falling off In the activities of pseudo patriotic organizations since tho war with Germany began. Wo have not heard that tho 'Knights have of Luther volunteered for service In the war. Nor have tho Guardians of Liberty urged their members to enlist to fight against Germany. The Stonemen and the P.'s havo toeen equally silent regarding their duty to the country. The nation is calling for volunteers, but tho "patriotic" bodies which have been very active for the past four or five yoars do not seem to have heard of the matter. It is times like these that test patriots are the metal of which made. The vociferous societies which paraded their false patriotism on every occasion recently havo now slunk out of sight. Their eagerness to save the country, has suddenly vanished when there is an opportunity for real service. Their patriotism was only a pretense. Now that tho hour or trial has come the sham patriots are ,nowhere to bo found. departure The silent of these cockroach organizations will not be mourned by decent citizens. Their professions of loyalty wero loud, but as usual their performance has been nil. They wore long on words. No one ever exp6cted them to defend the country that sheltered them. They had merely selfish ends in view when thoy pretended to be patriots. They are only living up to their past records when thoy shrink from their country's service. .How different tho record of the Catholic institutions which thoy have maligned! All over the country Catholic hospitals, havo been placed at the disposal of tho Government as far ag may bo needed. 'Catholic Sisters are offering their services as nurses. Catholic men 'are volunteering. Catholic colleges are doing their Tpart nobly in furnishing trained men in the hour of their country's need. It takes a test to show who aro the patriots and who tho poltroons. The test has come to Amorica and tho exhibition is on. There will b6 moro anti-Cathol- ic $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 White EN'COUItAGING. In an Important speech in LonPremier Lloyd don on Saturday George discussed a number of Important 'problems, making the following encouraging reference to Ireland: "We must convert Ireland from a suspicious, surly, dangerous neigh bor to a cheerful, loyal comrade. Settlement of tho Irish question Is essential for the peace of tho world and essential to a. speedy victory In tho war. I appeal to tho patriotism of all men to sink everything Tor tho one purposo of getting this question out of tho way." Accorded right and Justice Ireland would become England's most valued asset. "SLACKERS." next week, Mr. McEHIott having greatly improved from his rheu- May 10 Oakland Club ouchro mat Ic attack. and lotto, afternoon and evening Mrs. Martha Coomcs announces Eagles' Hall, 812 South Second. tho marriage or her daughter, Miss May festival, candy Ollvo Ann Coomes, to Edward R. May 5 pulling. and lotto party for Sacred Kolb In the parlors of St. Mary's Heart school, afternoon and even- church at Cleveland, Ohio. ing, in school hall, Seventeenth and Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. John I. Echsner an of their May 28. May day social,. Young nounce tho engagement Ladles' Sodality of St. Ann's church, daughter, Miss Antoinette C. Echs ncr, to Alrich J. Ellers. Their mar aifternoon and evening. July 4 Catholic Orphan Socloty rlage will 'bo solemnized in June. picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage A .til's, uvulae i. miiuuiuu, 'Wiiu grounds. of Denuty Sheriff Kinnarney. is ran- July 25 Annual picnic for St. tdly recovering from tho effects of Joseph's Orphan Asylum, on orphan an operation which she underwent age grounds, Frankfort avenue at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital COMING EVENTS. 14-1- Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS 60c 1917 "aaBBsP 79c August Primary 1917 $1.00 iMffe Monday. iX9acc8X8aQC8C8ac8acgaoBaaoKgac SOCIETY. I L b ft- - Father Vaughan, tho well known English Jesuit, in making an appeal for recruits to the army, thus classifies the mass of tho people: "An empire Is made up of four classes of men; or heroes, who' aro on tho alert to slgnallzo themselves In the service of their country; or patriots, who aro ready to go where duty calls them; of slackers, who fellows," are and of shirkers, who make up tho tramps." Of course we want "tho survival of the fittest." But under a volunteer system the heroes and tho patriots are first to go to the front, and half of them aro killed. The slackers are conscripted later, when most of the fighting is over and most of tho heroes and patriots are killed off. Peace Is restored and the slackers and shirkers return and propagate. This is not following tho law of the survival of the fittest. For weekB thero has, been an animated discussion as to tho raising of an army of 500,000 men by calling for volunteers or by conscription, which .has been ended by adoption of tho latter plan. The matter would not bo or vital Importance ir tho army required did not exceed 500,000, and tho war was to be short and no rurthor levies required But for a long war and a large army conscription is tho only fair and effective plan. Government Is supported not by volunteer subscriptions, but conscripted levies called taxation. Gov ernment must bo defended in the same systematic way, o' ( MttSSCgXXe83SS3XS2CK&0 Thomas J. Duffy was a sojourner at West Baden Springs this week. Tho wedding of Miss Charlotte Lee McCloy and Karl Forrest was solemnized on Wednesday evening of last week at St. Frances of Rome church, tho Rev. Thomas W. White officiating. RUSSELL GAINES Candidate for wHr MUST COME. 'of It. HEADY TO YIELD. It Is an open secret that Lord Northcllffo, the editor and owner 'of tho London Times and Dally Mall, Is tho mouthpiece rather than s tho originator of tho policies which he champions, and that those policies represent tho secret designs of the Tory party of which he is the most conspicuous member. When ..therefore Lord Northcllffo suggests to to use their influence with the President to induce hlra to insist on tho British Govern-- , .ment putting the homo rule act in operation at once, it may be taken 'for granted that the Tories are ready to yield to pressure oi; that kind. It would be a way out of a dilemma which would save their .'face. Besides the Tories know that in any peace court British profee-sioa- s d of a desire to see justice doae to the bmall nations ' will be heavily discounted as long a the case of Ireland .remains unsettled', and eoaaequently Britain's claims In the arntngetnefit of terms Irish-America- ns even-hande- It the proposal to establish a system ror Portland firemen is vlowed as a question of morals there Is but ono answer possible. It is shocking ,to think of men kept on 'duty twenty-on- e hours a day. It Is not permitted in other lines of work and ought not be countenanced by the people of Portland in the fire department. The above, from the Catholic Sentinel, follows strictly what tho Kentucky Irish American has advocated for years. Not only tho metropolis of Oregon, hut tho large cities of many States, aro advancing system. toward the Firemen are human and should have opportunity ror home life and recreation. Louisville .should bo among .tho first to make this long needed change. two-plat- on two-platoo- n . The New York Legislature will take rank wtth others for enacting nonsensical laws. The Senate has voted the cat licensing bill. The measure would require all cats to be tagged at a coat of thirty-fiv- e cents a year and would permit the killing of all unlicensed oats. This will be welcome news, for our Alderman Coder. B?on Farley has consecrated Bishops CARDINAL FARLEY. In his episcopal career Cardinal twenty-on- e to Action of Democratic St. Elizabeth's church lost an- Subject Primary August 4, 1917. Party, other of its ralthful members by the death of August Fow, whoso runeral 1017 Anftitat Priuiury took place Monday morning. For 1017 ney. week. years ho was with tho Kentucky Wagon Works and resided at 1112 Misses Eva and Emma Nalley, of Tim D. Lyons announces tho mar- Mulberry street. Surviving him aro New Haven, were hero for a week riage of his daughter, Miss Mary his wife, Mrs. Louise Fow, and four Third and end visit with their brother, Bert Corinne Lyons, to Edward H. Von sons and a daughter, ror whom Nalley. Roenn, which was solemnized April many feel great sympathy. Aaaaaak 30 at tho Cathedral, Rev. Father ' C P. Dooley has returned from Rock performing the ceremony- - Tho Miss Anna Morris, aged thirty-siHi; Columbus, Ind., where'he visited his wedding was quiet and tho news will died Tuesday morning at her Louisville Business College uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James be a surprise to the many friends homo, 1708 Magazine street, resultDooley. or tho bride and groom, who aro ing rrom Illness that developed "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" well known. several months- ago. Sho was a mL Mrs. James W. Kinnarney, of 618 SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS member of the Sacred Heart church, East Broadway, has just returned Mrs. M. Dr. J. A. Casper, tho well known and leaves two sisters, Under the Management of from a two weeks' visit to Mar- dentist, and Miss Emma K. n Drassel and Miss Delia Morris, and tinsville. surprise tAvo brothors, B. L. and Dennis gave their trlcrids a The funeral was held When announcement was made or Morris. Miss Eva Heffernan has .returned their marriage, which sol Thursday morning. Rev. was Patrick (Formerly with Spencerian) after spending several weeks with emnized Saturday morning with Walsh celebrating tho requiem high Mr. McCarty is still doing that her sister, Miss Viola Heffernan, In nuptial mass at St. Peter's church, mass. Fort e work that Spencerian Winona. Minn. Rev. Father Edmund Kaiser persolicitors havo told you about ft. forming the ceremony. Their many CEDAIt GROVE SIUSlwALE. past sixteen years. V Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kolb re friends aro extending congratulaOF JEFFERSON COUNTY ' Day and Night Classes. turned the first of tho week trom tions. A musical entertainment will bo Subject to Action of Democratic Parry. Cincinnati, where they attended tho Phones: College Office, City 7883: given tomorrow arternoon by tho Caruso concert. Cumb. Main 458. Residence, City Tho marriage of Miss Jane E. pupils or Qedar Grove Academy in 4879; Cumb. West 129. or Cin- Best and Joseph H. McGrath was the aca,domy hall, Thirty:flfth and Miss Mary Allco Mooney, Monday at 7 Rudd avenue. The entertainment quietly solemnized cinnati, has been spending the week "As Near to You u the Neatest Phone' St. Louis Bortrand will begin at 2:30 o'clock. in Shelbyvllle, the guest or Mrs. d'clock at was perchurch. The ceremony Ed D. Shlnnick. ENTERTAINMENT. ORPHAN formed by the Itev. T. L. Crowley, Oar Special $3.00 Spray Jane Slaughter A dress suit dance will bo given O. P. Miss Sarah and Joseph HowTho ladies of tho Orphan Society Oar Special $5.00 Wreath for tho members of the Knights of was maid of honor or tho bride, was are arranging a dinner and enterColumbus at the club house next ard Best, brother ' 'M best man. Mr. and Mrs. McGrath tainment for tho orphans or St.. The largest values In Fuae- Tuesday evening. lett Monday arternoon for Chicago, Thomas and St, Vincent's Asylum rai Flowers ever offered U In the lattor's home on Sunday af where they will make their home. Lonisvlil. Harry A. Veoneman, of the ternoon and evening, May 20. It has recovered from his reIs intended to bring tho boys or St, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ernwine, For prompt delivery call 723 cent illness and will soon be ahle Coun both phosis. 1827 Bardstown road, havo Issued Thomas' In automobiles, and gladlv to report ror duty. Invitations to the marriage or their cilman Thomas Dolan will receive tho donation of the Miss Blanche Campion, who was daughter, Miss Thejma Margaret, tO' autos ror that afternoon. ill at Sts. Mary of the Knobs, was Elmore A. Collar, whloh will taue 3 removed to St. Edward's Hospital, place Wednesday afternoon at WHAT THEY MEAN. CANDIDATE FOR o'clock At St. Francis of Asslsl New Albany, this week. church, Rev. Father Rothheut perWLTIOMM. inQa I .The three days Immediately preBoth bride CITY TREASURER Miss Emma Doherty, of Lakeland, forming the ceremony. ceding Ascension. Thursday, May 1,4, m the gueet and .groom have- a wide acquaint- 15 ipeat the .week-en- d 16, 'are called Rogation Subject to lActlon of Democratla Party. Primary August 4, 1817. aiid Katherlne ance and the wedding will he of days.and While wo all may be acof Misses Mary "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." Foley, East Elm street, New Al- much interest. Following tho cere- quainted with the holy days of oblimony tlhere will he a reception at crops, we show that we bany. gation, very few of ua understand hlo the the home of the bride's parents. what are Rogation days. The word believe God provides ror ym in thd "Mr. and Mm Clarence Gill, John "rogation" comes from tho Latin things that have to do with our in FATHER FRANK MARTIN. Gill and (Frank Gill, who were word "Rogarl," meaning to ask, and dally lire quite as surely aswith those our things guests of relatives in Jefrersonville, therefore iRogation days aro three spiritual that have to do wo pray1 life. Every day Rev. Frank Martin, son of Mr. days of prayer in whl6h we oak in have returned to their homo and Mrs. A. F. Martin and a mem- for the blessing of Almighty God "give us this day our daily bread," Indianapolis. ber of St. John'e congregation, who upon the fields and crops. About and suroly it is not asking too much JOHN B. RATTERMAN Andrew Kramer nd bride, who has !een studying for several years the season of the year that Roga- that once a year, on Rogation days, was Miss Lena Gill, wIH- return from at Baltimore, will be ordained for tion days come the farmers, have wo nrav that God will blese use FUNERAL DIRECTOR their wedding trip the first of tho the priesthood tho latter part of sowed their Wheat and corn In labor of the farmer, will cauaa the rains to fall and tho sun to shine, make thek home in next.imonth. The ceremony win order that the people or week and wifl arth take place at St. Mary Magdalen might wave rood, if 4i, mm fJi so that the seeds that have already 2114 WEST MARKET ST. JeffersoHville. and will be performed by thero is hunger and nwiny other been planted in the ground will ehurch Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland j nn. uuo O'Donaghue, privrttiorw. By asking God with our prouuee auunoani. crup Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McEHIott are Right Rev. Denis Weet 1107a. Louisville. Rogation days to world may eat. prayers on the expected home from Martinsville Bishop of Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Talbott, of the en Jeffersontown, announce Mrs. J. T. Mudd, of Evansvlllef gagement of their daughter, Miss Ind., has ' been the guest of Mrs. Mary .Elizabeth Talbott, to Frank L. McCloy. J. Zehnder. The wedding will take place in June. Mrs. Frod Ferry has been entertaining Miss Olivia Fallon, of Mrs. Walter E. Glover and brother, William L. Casoy, returned Monday Cloverport. from Now York, where they went Major Pat Ridge, Night Chler or to attend the wedding or Mrs. Police, is recovering rapidly from Glover's daughter, Miss Antoinette Cordoba, do Glover, and Petro a sick spell. which took place Saturday. Mrs. Charles Young had as nor L. Goring anMiss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. euest last week nounce the marriage of their daughBrown, of Bloomfield. ter, Miss Rose Goring, to Milton Miss Mary Hogan spent several Lyons Church. Tho wedding was days last week visiting her aunt, solemnized January 30, 1917, the officiating. Rev. Eugeno Donohoo Mrs. C. J. Coyle, at New Haven. They aro at homo to their friends re- at 434 East St. Catherlno street. Mrs. Frank O'Connor has turned after a Visit of several weeks be rewith rolatlves in Eastern New York. JHer many friends will joiced to learn that. Mrs David J. Barney Shine, of Marlon, Ind., is Whalen, who underwent an operavisiting his sou, John II. Shine, and tion at St. Joseph's Infirmary, is family, DePauw Place, New Albany. flow convalescent and pronounced out of danger. Her physician and Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Carney have family are hopeful that she may bo as their guest Mrs. Crowley, of able to be removed to her homo on Freeport, 111., mother of Mrs. Car- West Broadway some time next H County Surveyor Subject to Action of Democratic Party RECENT DEATHS. Leader Hats Lew's I The funeral of Joseph L. Andriot was held Monday morning from tho home of his aunt, Mrs. Catherlno Tharp, 1820 Tylor avonue, with requiem mass at St. Patrick's church. Deceased was tho son of Mrs. Cecilia Andriot and was a popular and well known resident of the West End. Sunday afternoon the funeral of and a John Crilly, aged thlrty-flv-o well known resident of tho West End, was held from St. Patrick's church. Deceased was tho son of John and Catherine Crjlly, 1840 Tyler avenue, and leaves one siscaused bis ter. Heart discaso death. VOTTE ITOKt '2 arc the right $2 Hats for Louisville l.raen and young men. New styles, new colors, soft and stiff shapes , the same good quality that made them famous. SBSBSBS'asBSBBBSBr IBBBTaBBBaRy H S. McNUTT FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER LEVY'S Mrket x, ''' Wm f-.- i& - JbbbbW Goss-ma- WM. T. McNALLY r. l. Mccarty high-grad- ANDREW M. 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Malm St., Borne Phone City 6874 JOHN B. O'LEARY CO. ville Co. Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS lot SOOriSO, QTJTTERIXS, SPOUTIM Tin Hoofa Repaired and Pointed ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIAIXT Mil Wit Broadway, X.olaTilla, 3Cy. A euchre and lotto will bo given next Friday evening for tho benefit of the Champs ball team of tho Twin City League in St. Charles h AM Hall, and Chestnut streets, and following tho euchre and lotto a dance will be given In the Champs' hall. Twenty-sevent- SAM L. ROBERTSON REOBLIGATION. The Holy Trinity Total Abstin-anc- o Society of New Albany will hold its annual reobligation service at Holy Trinity church tomorrow afternoon. Tho Rev. Richard Murphy; of St. Anthony's church, of Louisville, will deliver the address. WOMEN'S cUesterfield excursion. RETREAT. (i4J A moonlight excursion, one of the first of tho seaspn, will bo given on t the HaKBssssHir . next beautiful Bteamer Island Queen Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street Thursday evening. May 10, Wall Paper and Window Shades CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. under tho auspices of the Chesterfield CANDIDATE FOR See us about anything In real foot Minstrels, the boat leaving tho Room Mouldings, Picture Frames of Fourth street at 8:30 estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. and Window Shades Mado to Order. o'clock. There will foe dancing with 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. an augmented orchestra, and tho Homo Phono City 2517. Homo Phono City 4464. Committee of Arrangements promise OF JEFFERSON COUNTY a pleasant evening for their guests. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. NE SHERIFF Primary August 4, 1917. Tomorrow morning tho Rev. Richard Murphy, O. M. C, of this city, will open a week's retreat at St. Mary's church. Now Albanv. for tho women of tho congregation and city. Services will be held both morning and evening. KNIGHTS AND LADIES. Tho Catholic Knights and Ladles ten-tored YELLOWSTO INCORPORATED. WHISKEY TAY1X)B & WILLIAMS LOUISVILLE, T. KY. CO.MPANY The Great American We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed O. K. W. O. RUSSELL & SONS FLAG PRESENTATION. B. YANN DAIRY 1NCORPORATBD 008-51-0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4203 Inspired by the wave of natriot- lsm sweeping over the country, the PRINTERS children of fat. Cecilia's school will present a large American flag to 1507 West Market Street that Institution next Monday afterPhone City 6659 noon. Uie exercises to bee-lat 2 o'clock. Tho Altar Society, have THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H CO. also arranged a euchre and lotto INCORPORATED for tho same afternoon and for itho same evening. Distiller Of The games in the evening will bo called at 8:15 OLD FORTUNA BOUR MABU o'clock. "IIOLLENBACH" PURE RYB Louisville, Ky. B28 W. Mala St. GIVEN GOOD n JOS. A. LUDWIG Supremo of America had a rousing meeting Tuesday night In St. Charles Hall, when a hearty reception was Supremo President Marr and Secretary1 Hayes. Rev. ; : Father Raffo, Supremo Spiritual Director, presided and introduced tho visiting officers, who snoke encour agingly on the standing and outlook of tho order. All present were ireaxeu to a tlainty luncheon. Thursday night a reception' and dance Intheir honor was held at the Tyler uoiei. COVINGTON. - i9mmmGmmemfmmG M t t t 1 1 START. Contractor of Excavating, All 'Machine Shop. Auto Repairing ConKinds of PRICES REASONABLE crete and AVrocklng. Work Guaranteed Homo Phone, Highland 1472 820 E Cassin Avo. Home City 2000 . MIKE Swan Street WIEDER 1011 WM. AUGUSTUS 0f lORAN I Funeral ! W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, cent and St. Thomaa Orphan Asylums was held Monday night In tho Knights of Columbus hall, and the interest manirestod augurs well for this year's success. Father Charles P. Raffo and others made etlrrintr talks and many now features wero suggested, ana theso will bo acted on at later meetings, which are to do hem regularly. A number of committees were named and work will begin ino inmat meetinc to arranca for tho annual Fourth of July colo-Dration ror tho benefit of St. Vin at once. PROP. HAD GREAT DAY. The Federated Catholic Benevolent Societies of Covington will hold their annual celebration and CANDIDATE FOIt parade tomorrow afternoon. Thero win be four divisions headed by COUHNTY COMMISSIONER Grand Marshal George LInnemann If nominated and elected I promise to and staff, the City Commissioners, dovotc my timo to the duties of the office a detail of police and tho following and further the interests of the people. societies: Knights or St. John, Subject to Action of Domocratlo Party. Knights or St. Edward, Knights or August 4, 1917. Primary St. George, .St. George and St. Bernard Benevolent Sociotles, St. Andrew and St. John Benevolent Societies, St. Augustine, St. Joseph nnd St. Benedict Societies. The celebration will conclude with services at St. Joseph's church imme diately arter tho parade. DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT FRANK DACHER i! Prompt yVn L "Delivery CALL NO. 467 BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER Director and Embalmed BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. H i v M I frM-frl-M-- tH fWWWtWtlM"t DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTii 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The annual celebration of the St. Joseph Orphan Society and entertainment for tho children of St. Joseph's Home was held Sunday afternoon and was a most gratifying success. The orphans, looking bright and happy, were met at St. Boniface Hall by Lieut. Maloney and a platoon or mounted police, the $ School of Reform Band, Knights of ? St. John, Catholic Knights of America and St. Joseph Orphan Society CANDIDATE FOIt and given military escort to St. Joseph's church, where there was CITY TREASURER vespers and sermon. Followto Action of Democratic ing this the children were feasted Subject Primary August 4, 1917. Party. and entertained in the school hall of St. Joseph's parish." sol-binn SISTER FORTY YEARS. Sister Mary Ambrose, for forty years Secretary-Generof tho Or der of Providence, tho mother house al Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. J t O near Terre Haute, died Monday. For rorty years she had tho business direction or tho insti tution and tho affairs of tho order and was widely known. Her death is a distinct loss to the Slstors of Providence. SUFFER FROM STRESS. In the present times or stress the Catholic press is sure to suffer of which Is at St. Mary's-of-the-Woo- IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEEF SATISFIES THAT LONGING. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN. Tho newly elected officers of the Queen's Daughters met with tho President, Mrs. J. C. Murphy, and elected tho following Chairmen of standing committees: Membership. Mrs. John H. Buschemoyer; Visitation, Mrs. Matthew O'Doherty; Juvenile Court, Mrs, Thomas A. Mapothcr; Educational, Miss Catherine May Hlnes; Junior Circle, Miss Elizabeth Hayes; Press, Miss Alico Hayes. The Chairmen will select the members of their committees GERMAN BANK . . . Funeral Directors and Embalmers:! BOTH rIIOIH5e!!i. Climb. Main 20l)8-- n ' ' ;; Home City SODS ', '. VWAUVWiWVVVVtUtVWWWWtHiMWUUW j; IIUMJS i;j. ;: l Tho winner of t.Ji hli urmclinFifth bout next Friday ovening is sure to bo maicuea wun uauaocK for th i championship and local wrestling HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY :: fans are divided in their support of both Olin and Zbyszcko, the latter Deing xne lavonte .because or DIVISION 3. his record. hnt Olln hnn mnnv bnnnni. First and third Fridays, Hibernian WMWVWVWWWWWWWWWWWrtWMWWWWMMIl ers because of his victory over 0 Home, Portland. Diecner. followers or tiio wrestling President John M. Riley. crnmn hprn fiifll hAllnva ctftntm. r Vice President Tint O'Leury. his best the peer of all the wrestlers Home PfaoB Shawnee 484 Cumberland, WaBt 11 $ anu wouiu uko to see tho winner tinRecording Secretary John Mar of the bout next Friday night John J. Financial Secretary T la matched With fitwllor to believe that Caddock or Olln Broderick. TreasurerDaniel J. Dougherty. could beat Stecher if tho latter is In Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. shape. INCORPORATED. Sentinel Thomas Noon. j. PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y HAKKtri FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. rs at once. soiNbi ZBYSCKO VS. OLIN. INCORPORATED unless the Catholics rally to its support. Catholic newspapers have PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, rendered Inestimable services to the Catholic cause, and the itlme has como when Catholic readers must A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef ohow tholr gratitude. The cost of publication has almost doubled during the past two years, and threatens to be further Increased before tho war is over. Most publications are hardly able ot carry tho added burden, and unless a united effort Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager to assist them is made many able periodicals will sink under tho Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, weight. Do your part in the great and good work! Echo. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. WORK FOR RED CROSS. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FALL CITY BEER the; and Market Sts. 82J Bast j&lalxx Street. 1818-182- RATTERMAN Chapel Free to Patreai. SCANNELL - ping anU winding bandages were crcoaroaATKD demonstrated and tho girls took up the worK of doing their share to aid tho nation with enthusiasm. Under tho patronage ot Archbishop George W. Mundelcln a concert Boon will bo given to raise runds Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength. xcetaHUa' to irry on the project. QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. Red Cross work was begun last week by the girls sheltered In the Houso of the Good Shepherd at Chicago, under the direction of Miss Clara A. Cudahy, who suggested tho plan, and other Red Cross workers. Methods of wrap Cumb. Phono West 191 Home Phone 1912 WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. URGENT APPEAL. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers GENERAL ACTION NOW NEEDED. Thn rnfYirtnilAita 3101 WEST BROADWAY INTENTION. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 10 17JBCHX TVlef&oae leas. AVBNU8 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORT6N N. building Jttlm rtu tor the The general intention prayers of the members of the League of tho Sacred Heart for May our iHoly a8 recommended by Father, Pope Benedict XV., is "Sodalities of the Blessed Virgin." Through the devotion to the Blessed Virgin, "and with the protection of so good a mother, it seeks to make tho faithful gathered together under her name good Catholics sincerely bent on sanctifying themselves, each in his state of II fo and zealous, as far as their condition In life permits, to savo and sanctify their neighbor and to defend tho Church of Jesus Christ against the attacks of tho wicked." DIOCESE AREA IMMENSE. curing the last tow weeks has made uovornment control of prices a very practical question. While the Government, should Interfere as little as possible with trade, events of the past year have clearly shown that some action must bo taken to protect tho peoplo from the greed of food speculators. That some action will bo taken there Is little doubt. Conditions hnvn rnnohul point where action can not bo post pones mucn longer. BISHOP MATZ VISITS. The Right .Rev. Nicholas' O. Matz, Bialjop of Denver, who for a long timo has been ill. last week trav eled by automobile from SU An- - rlen 4n rAil.t ?,. tnonys nospitnl to Lorotto Heights Academy, In order to congratulate thq Sisters of Loretto on tho attainment of the silver jubilee of . tho school. L REFLECTS ON RELIGION. W.Cirntr F.nrth mil The dioceso of Salt Lake, although It has a population of only 15,000, the largest ST, XAVIER'S COLLEOF America. isTerritorially JtIn area in 4s as comprehensive as England, Ireland, Scot1U W. mtlwwi SeatarftUa, Xy. land, Wales and Portugal. Its area OadioUd ky th Xaverlaa) BreUiera includes 82,190 square miles in CJajwioal, gmliia Utah and 71,678 square mHe,s In and Seteatlie CVmr, Preparatory Devartaieat, Ut(i Nevada, a total of 153,768 square KwlmaMax rel. Wetl Bali4 Ormmtt , Dtr mile. rtnm. Tons M4iti, Btr. t turn y nfu keya aa eaaaattaa that theai fer III. Ji at Worcester, Mass., resigned Sunday morning 'because his parishioners insisted on ralslBg an American flag over the choir lott. Al though an arid military chaplain, he is an, ardent and prominent pacifist. Ho had presented a ultimatum two weeks ago predicting lite reignaNon if the flag went up. Unity tor of the Unitarian Church of the Tho Rev. Charles E. Deals, pas- So numerous have been tho requests from missionary priests for missals that the Catholic Church Extension Society is obliged to once more call the attention of priests Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. better situated than tho missionPresident Thomas Lynch. aries to this great need. It you Vice FresIdentr--Jqh- n J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. have an extra missal on hand, or know or someone who has, tho ExLangan, 807 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. tension Socloty would appreciate it vory much It you would send It to McDonogb. them. Tho great scarcity ot misTreasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dlg- - sals in this country at tho present time is due to the war in Europe. nan. Missals may be sent to the CathSentinel M. J. McDonnott. olic Church Extension Society, 750 McCormick building, Chicago, 111. LOSE IN VOTE. CUT FOR .WAR. As was predicted last summer, tho Socialist vote of 1916 was less To roplaco the enormous quan- than that of 1912 nearly 20 per ' tlty of timber cut down for use In cent, less despite tho fact that the war, Ireland is now engaged In women voted for President in ton replanting it. In ono county she Socialists pas planted 70,000 trees, and In States. Over 100,000 voted for Justico Hughes for Presi other counties she Is doing likewise. dent. KEEN BUT TRUE. THRIFT MAXIMS. As a keen observer recently reNothing waste, nothing want. woman who did not marked, Thrift is an antidote against raiso her boy to be a soldier is not (future. anxiety for the entitled to protection from tho son Thrift deals with the present day of, a woman, who did ratee iher boy to he a soldier. Catholic Bulletin. and plans for the future days. Thrift acquaints itself with true FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Values and keeps tab on expendi tures. Gingham frocks have been rein Neither minute gains nor even small toseee are underrated by the stated. j thrifty. Far health wear heela as low as To postpone to afternoou what possible. should fe dose is 'the morning la Evwy corset should be fitted to tbrifUeBe8 of management. tha figure. DIVISION 4. Meots second and fourth Mondays, I I . OLDBARBEE The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATE) & CO. Sole Owiari Regtateied Dlat. No. 32J 726-73- 0 Main Office and Salesroom, prlmo West Main Str"-- . The peasant blouso remains a favorite. Cottons in alluring colore will bo fashionablo tor gowns. Tho separato eklrt has attained Bring ub your soiled, sunburned PanWe Increased dnportanco for general ama that can not be cleaned.roahape will dye it a rood black, and It. wear with odd blouses. Don't be misled by fake advertiseReally tashlonablo skirts aro ments. This Is the only place In the ladles' rrom threo to four inches longer city that knows haw to reshapecleaned, bats than thoy have been tor three years. hats. All kinds dyed and reshaped Into the latest years In business is our Thero is a feeling on tho part ot ' styles. FortyOur fff fu not ffuarantee. who keep ahead, 'and those price Is 5PJL.W merely abreast, or. the styles that la doomed. the abort skirt a ; Falls City Straw' Works A plaid gingham skirt with rose or yellow or 4luo waistcoat 713 West Jefferson St. Jumper, buttoned well down over tno waistune anu emeu in wiui whlto muslin sleeves, would complete an admirable costume. Cotton frocks In plain colors INCORPORATBD with. Roumanian gypsy saahee, colClean Grocery Stores. cuffs of plaid gingham, lars and and huttoiMi thai carry out these "The Best For Less." colors, would be excellent copies ot gowns that run as high as Orders ror H or more ddrrared French to any part or the oity. ?200, LADIES . 'QUAKER MAID' t iCISrcgDUOKY XJKtlJ$XX MISJtflCXt-VJTC- . SPECIAL .ANNOUNCEMENT cleaning LACE CURTAINS AND BLANKETS, and that we modern the We wish to inform the ladies of Louisville that this company has investigated all ofalso best and most a skilled methods offor this new department, thereby insuring the most careful have under specialist have engaged treatment of thf t money can buy. We and areat ..expense installed the .best d most .modern equipment . i i ri tU. Qui.. I - an Pnrinin Drnartnient Remember the Swiss Blanket Department your tine Laces and BianKets. Kememocr mc " J'" Rug Cleaning is the talk of Ihe South. Our service in Cleaning and Dyeing of Wearing Apparel is unsurpassed. Our Carpet and Lace Curtain ..... S. SIXTH ST. and Blanket Cleaning: WE HAVE 26 DIFFERENT TELEPHONES. CALL 2207. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCOIIPORATEI PLANT 909-91- 5 617 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE WE OPERATE NINE DIFFERENT BRANCH STORES. Jtffc bOUfH'S HIGHEST CLASS DCPAPTMENT S10., HIBERNIANS. KmfmmStmm t0roftfttc u I any girl except his mother during his 100 years of life. The funeral requiem mass was said by Rev. M. J. Houston, chaplain of the home. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Scientific Cold Storage For Furs. modem Dry Cold Storago Vault is The Kaufman-Strau- s conducted after the most improved, sanitary and scientific The newest applinnccs evolved for maintaining methods. constantly a uniform dry cold temperature arc used, whereby the softness of the skins and luster of the fur are fully preserved. garments, also blankets, rugs, draperies d Fur and and kindred articles are accepted for storage and absolutely protected from moth, fire, moisture and theft at very moderate cost. It is advisable to have fur repairs and alterations made during the spring ' and summer months, as the styles are advanced to enable remodeling which will conform to the fashion decrees for next winter, and the cost of materials and labor are so much lower at this time that special concessions in prices will be made. Any article on which the cost of repairs amounts to $50.00 or over will be stored FREE OF CHARGE. Estimates will be furnished upon request. fur-line- Late News That Will Interest WEDDING JUBILEE. What They Have Been Doing Members Here and General the Paflt Week Sunday morning there was a large gathering of friends and celebration Newi Notes. of high mass at St. Boniface church Louisville Council will have Its initiation' on May 13. TWIN CITY LKAGUK. Fifty candidates were initiated at Dayton, Ohio, last Sunday. City last night. The games in tho Twin Last Sunday fifty new members Division 3 will reproduce the St. League last Sunday afternoon were entered the council at Hastings, by old time slugging to Neb. Patrick's day plctuie? at the Nor- featured the great delight of the spectators, man Theater. Thursday evening Milwaukee . Div!iion 3 of Omaha Tomorrow Council voted in ninety-fiv- e new largo class Initiation will have i members. and a good time. Forty-thre- e new members were elected have Ohio Hibernians received into the Omaha council James Mulligan President of the last week. Franklin County Hoard. Last Sunday eighty candidates Division 1 of Lakevlew, Ore., has received the three degrees at presented ine Lake County BatMuncI.e, Ind. talion a handsome Hag. There will bo a fourth degree The Hibernians of St. Paul will exemplification at Oswego, N. Y i iaaHaPHsr soon call for plans and specificaduring October. tions for their new hall building, Archbishop Elder, St. Gabrlcd and Councilman Tom Dolan will go to Cincinnati Councils are conferring on ttio project of merging. Ashland tomorrow and while there will call on the Hibernian dlvfafon. Knights will Four thousand 5 havo been All but Division o march In tho State convention amalgamated at Columbus, Ohio, at St. Louis next Tuesday. tho State Board approving this acThere will be an initiation at tion. David City, Neb., tomorrow, and The Ladles' Auxiliary of Logans-por- t, another at Kearney on May 13. had a class initiation lml Mayor Curley has suggested that last weok and cnjoyablo social sesthe Fourth degree Assembly of Bossion. EDMUND A. STBINBOCK, ton form a Ited Cross Hospital. Councilman XI. J. McDcnnott Is Popular and Efficient Secretary of A ;lass of sixty, tho largest In receiving loyal support in his race the Twin City League. the history of tho council, has just for Bailiff from members of the been received at Manitowoc, Wis. order, ' all of the players fattening their lapse of several years After Manager Bud there willa be a Kentucky fourth deSt. Paul wlU soon launch another batting averages. e large class of new Hibernians, mak- O'Brlon's Champ hit In gree exemplification, at Lexington ing the second class within a short form against Triuity, winning in a on May 27. period. 20 to 3 game. Manager Ed Wolfe's For the beventeenth time the Tomorrow morning tho Lndfes' Bertrands went after the error rec- council at Logansport, Ind., conHoly ord ngainsC Mackin, losing In it 14 ferred tho degrees and Increased Auxiliary of St. Paul will visit holy to, 7 game, Arch Curran, of Mac-ki- the membership. Rosary church and receive holplnjr some with a. triple communion. Archbishop Glennon and Bishop beat eittonded mass with three on. Thi? Orioles 9 to 4 Bnrke will bo honor ctrests at the Division 1, 3 and the Hlbcrnlaii team in a St. Patrick's church at St. Jo- game, at featured 'by Ttaebert's pitch . Missouri State convention and Uan- seph, Mo., and received" holy coming, he striking out ten men. Mali- suef in St. Louis. n body. munion In Helena Council, tho youngest In nger of C team retained ball team has their Cllnes' K. The Hibernian a class that undisputed lead by winning-ove- Arkansas, initiated proven popular in the Twin- City Imperials in- the elosest more, than doubled Its membership League judging by the largo num- game the all-- -8 or to 5. Tomorrow's since its institution. ber of rooters 'for the Iri9lr boys. Ithodo, of schedule Is as follows: ilcrtrauds vs. Itlght lie. Bishop Donovan de- Champs, Imperials vs. Hibernians, Oreen Bay, will be a guest at the Rev. Father Michael or a series, oof livered the first Mackin vs. Trinity and Orioles vs. msconsln State Council, which will planned by "Denver Hiber- K. r C. Tho standing to date: 6c attended by over 200 delegates. nians for their coming meorlnps. Grand KnTght Cassllly and Past SPKIXG RACING. Three balls wore used Monday Grand Knight Decker will represent night for the grand bail and autoLoufnviTTe Council at the Kentucky mobile drawing for tho benefit of The spring racing aieetfng of the State Council, which opens Tuesday new Hibernian Hall at SI. PanI, Louisville Jockey Club, which prom- at Bowling Green. the Minn. ises to surpass any In tho history Knights anourn tho Nebraska The Ladles Auxiliary of Ihdian-apol- ls of Churchill Downs, opens with tho death of Hon. Timothy J. Mahoney, will hold IIS Irrttlatioar on Derby, tho big race or .the yoar, on who was the first Grand KnIghf of Slay 20, and will bo honored by the Saturday, May 12, and continuing Omaha Council and the first Supresence of tho National President, tor twelve days. The entries preme officer for Nebraska. the star horses of the Ameri.Mrs. Mary J. McWhorter. Bishop Carrell Council had a flag can turf, also many from Ireland, HlbcrniaaA of and Knights raising on England and France. For weeks a Covington. Saturday nt Its home in Arclrbfshop followed Columbus Parochial school chiliChrlstle and many priests and made largo force of mon have been mak- dren sang patriotic spngs and' a ing Improvements nt tho Jbckoy a splendid showing in tho patriotic Club and it now ranks as one o squad of poldfers assisted In the parade at Portland, Ore. most beautiful racing tracks in exerefses. A resolution pledging loyalty to the Grainger,. President making- an the world. tho United States and country. ixn'Aixrr and Secretary voice Manager Matt Winnnothing appeal to President Wilson to undone Applegate have left a "demand for the freedom of Before an audience of men that and brilthat was 'unanimously adopted toy liancywould add InterestInaugurated crowded Memorial Hall, assembled to this meeting, . tho n at Churchill Downs in celebration of the twenty-fift- h President Walter E. Foley, of tho years ago. anniversary of tho establishment of Milwaukee division,- - has been emtho Ancient Order of Hibernians at powered to appoint a committee of FERRY PARK OPENSi Dayton, Ohio, Rev. Martin Neville, ten to study and ascertain ways ana pastor of Holy Angels church, in a means by whrch the Hibernians can And now theater season effectively render service and is practicallythat thowelcome to the Istirring address encouraged enlist most over, army, The Third Regiassistance to tho Government in its first huto 4Ign of summer. Fontaine ment fn the A., was present, and ment, U. S. prosecution of the war. Ferry Park will open its gates to with tho others joined In giving the public for the first time this Father Neville's speech a hearty HEADS SALVAGE CORPS. season tomorrow afternoon. It will reception. Declaring that all Amerbo only tho "first look day,'" and ica was awaro of tho patriotism Capt. John B Ktrley, for twenty will bo followed thus until tho and Iovo of country of tho Irish years one of the most efficient and season closes next September. citizen.'; and their readiness to daring of Louisville's fire fighters, Charles Wilson will direct answer the country's call, ho urged of No. 1 this popular resort this year, which tho men to enlist, Baying: 'Enlist and since 1910 Captain hook and ladder company, on Mon- means now and popular attractions right away. No man is worthy of day was elected Clrief of the Louis- for both old and young patrons his country or a woman's rove who ville Salvage Corps by the Board and the best season since the park stands back In this crisis. Go. of Fire Underwriters. Capt. Klrloy opened. The theaterthis year will JTako your guns. Answer your only high class stage country's call. The greatest happitook charge of the Salvage Corps present ness Is that which comes from a, at midnight, but .before leaving the celebrities, great and noble fight. Patriotism of his fire headquarters twenty-tw- o is lovo of country and the, passion old fire associates gathered and preTiAST GAME TOMORROW. which comes from trying to mainsented him with a gold watch chain and locket, the locket being adorned The loulsvillo ball team Trill play tain its laws and traditions. Promise on one sido with a diamond and on Milwaukee again thts afternoon and tonight, young men, that you will the other side with Capt. Kirloy's tomorrow, tho game tomorrow be- enlist, tho United States needs you." The presentation speech ing tho last on tho home grounds Loyalty to God, ho declared, means initials. Judge was made by Attorney Clem Hug- - until May 24, and every local fan loyalty to one's country. gins. Chief Lehan and Assistant should bo on tho Job today and to- Dennis Dwyer was among those who ihuwjui., morrow to give the boys a good sat on tho platform as special guests umei i'ai Barron wer among others. Next Monday Capt. aend-of- f before going away. They of the evening. Kirley will go to Cincinnati ito Btuay will open Tuesday In KansaB City, REAIi CHURCH NEED. tho methods of tho salvage corps then going In turn to Milwaukee, there, which is considered the model Minneapolis, St. Paul and IndianThere Is nothing, wo feel sure, of all salvage corp3 in the United apolis before returning home. Tho accumulate quite as He may also go to Indian- games of tho last few days have that can States. apolis for the same purpose, it be shown that the Colonels aro round- quickly as church goods requisiing his Intention to mtrouuee every- ing into lorm, and best of all tho tions. When wod have taken care number of thing new that will benefit the serv pitchers havo obtained control, Da- of a fairly and them, along como twice as many ice of his corps. James D. Breslln, vis, Debee, Main, Comstock formerly of the No. hook and lad-d- Luque 'being a strong quintette for more, and wo aro deeper in the hole company, one of the youngest regular word. Strod and rerdue than we over were hefore. Just men in the fire department, was still need warm weather to get in now tho Church Extension Society appointed Captain to succeed Kirley. shape, while ralmero can bo used is doing Its utmost to supply tho principally as a relief hurler. The needs of 188 priests who have this ONE LOVE. resular outueid is etiu in aouot a3 asked for monstrances. Prom that ONLY Manager Olymer wlll have to see if figure you will understand scatchapels "firanilnri" Thomas Kellv. 102 Williams has a weakness not yet thoro aro 188 little country where, tho years old, tho oldest resident of known to the association pitchers. tered throughoutmonstrance, benedica lack of a the Soldiers Home at MuwauKeo, At this writing It appears that In- for of the Blessed Sacrament can to .inQi Wn Tprifl ho ihome De dianapolis is the team we will have tion given. A monstrance costs not cember 20, 1884. During the civil to 'beat with Kansas CHy, Minne- $25. beCan you not place in one of Columbus, Milwaukee apolis, war ne servea in me seeouu Infantry. For the last year Toledo and St. Paul coming in tho these chapels a lasting memorial to one? If you deceased he had been confined to the hos order roamed. Owner Wathen and feel a as though dear can, tho Cathyou from bad pital. A week before his death "he the club has suffered olic Church Extension Society, 750 told a visitor wit a cnuctue xnai weather the past week, ao tobe on McCormick building, Chicago, 111,, offset hand today and tomorrow aound as a horse."-- It he still "was would be pleased to hear from you. was lite boast that he neved loved this. coming week. Division 3 held Its first meeting since tho change of meeting dates itm9)9fm99i,9mf99efm9l Stewart Dry Goods Co I b Cceaectwo Witt James tMCOWRATtS Mc Own Ca New Vuk. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS There will bo In honor of the sllvor wedding of Col. and Mrs. Joseph Blocker, whose no meetings this "marriage took place In 1802. $2.00 Shirts at $1.65 a, ve are passing on tho most pleasing. a big buy in which concession That came to us! All are made negligee style, with soft cuffs and patterns that are Madras and Crepe Cloth Shirts; men Scarfs Just Arrived 55c Wc have just received a very large shipment of these Stewart snecialized line of Men's Neckwear. Stnn'in nnd sec for yourself what splendid values are offered in these S Summer Scarfs. Lven some Palm Beach shades are already shown. $1.00 Knee-length, ." Union Suits Priced 85c. $2.00 Pajamas Priced $1.65. X par-ad- Sleevele&s Sum- Sizes for all men arc offered Union Suits; made in New Pajamas; made of the mus- of splendid quality madras; in famous lin; trimmed with silk loops. the closed crotch stylo. mcr-weig- ht Fruit-of-the-loom MAIN. FLOOH ANNOUNCEMENT. Competent legal authorities having declared that Dr. Ellis Duncan is ineligible for to the office of Coroner of Jefferson County, according to Section 237 of the Constitution and Section 3744 of the Kentucky Statutes, I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Coroner, subject .1 rl .1 to the action or the democratic party at the primary, August 4, 1917, and solicit your vote and support. DR. H. E. MECHLINC v 1017 Atitfnht Primary 11117 old-tim- P. S. RAY CANIM!ATK KOK n, G mSkmJ?'' 'MjaTT "VI Pjws County Clerk Subj ct to Action of c;w,v- - r - - Democratic Party t ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP jrAVO.RlTES 'FOR HOME USE. ftigh in Heat. Low in Ash. ad-dres- i wariMt-aw v" JalLav ,9t7 AUQUST PRIMARY 1913 CHAS. C. WHEELER tZS--TJ CANDIDATE FUR enr-brac- e S6ANL0N 60flL COMPflNy INCORPORATED. Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, NINTH AND KENTUCKY. bono City 105 (Cutnb. 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