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BARKER Kentucky Iri sh American NO. 19. erators, the workers of every sort and kind that human needs compel to work at night, and ho set about establishing the now order of things and to tho celebration of a mass which all of theso men and women could reach .conveniently and .at anj to hour which made it possible .them. He Anally secured the Archbishop's consent"" and the mass was established and Is now In its seventeenth year. The celebration has been a gala one. On the opening day, Sunday, May 6, there was a solemn Pontlfi-- , cal mass at which His Eminence iarainai raney prcsiueu on a throno in the sanctuary. The cele brant of the mass was the JtightJ uev. jjisnop tx; j. nayes, wno served as an altar boy in St. Andrew's until he left tho parish to study for tho priesthood. This was the first time since his altar boyi days that ho officiated at the altar of St. Andrew's. Tho sermon was preached by tho Bight. Rev. Monsignor M. J. Lavello, rector of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Monday morn ing the present rector, the Very Rev. Monsignor Evors, celebrated a solemn high mass of requiem for assistant tho 'former pastors and priests of the church. Tuesday morning the Rev. John B. McGrath, born in St. Andrew's parish, now pastor of tho Church of St. Thomas tho Apostle, cele- -. brated a solemn mass of requiem for. all the people of tho parish who have died in the past seventy-fivo- 4 years. Wednesday evening was "Old John F. Homo night," at which oxchango workers, tho telegraph op- Dow Wire w SCREENS Md & by Iron Works .t Pfaone Will Protect Yon VOLUME XXXVHL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1917. partial home rule at the beginning of the war, but now that England has broken faith she will Insist on greater freedom. The project to have federated counties Bimllar to tho federated States jpt this country oemsto me the ablest presented so Father McMahon Says JCoqucst Mlution Irish question far. a matter is "The of Our Congressmen Was England must of common, sense. put statesmanship above politics Proper, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Grinstead with tho nomination for Tax Receiver. Herman ilonroo will be selected for Jailer, while National Committeeman Hert will select the' nominee for County Clerk, The only fly in tho oint ment seems to be that Undertaker' Maas the Chilton-Searc- y choice for Won Over to Irish Home Kulp Mayor, Is not disposed to open up by Americans Since His a campaign barrel, 'and as tho G. O. P. members, and 'especially tha. Arrival. coiorea Dromers, were spoiled last year with the big wad of money, this is proving a Borldus obstacle for the Republican Believed In Washington Ho W,iH machine to overcome. Urge Speedy INTEREST Attached to Diamond Jubilee of Printers' mid Nightworkers' Clmrcli. JUST PLEA accepted CANDIDATES For Democratic Party 'Nominations Now Getting Busy In Heal Earnest. BALE0UR nvwl lm.nl Virtt Vtr UiiU lit; tit iiyt w QAfAO " nJij) Hughes-Fairban- ks Week's Celebration Marks Prosperity of St. Andrew's Edifice. Brumleve For Mayor Furnishing Englishmen Will Welcome This Tuesday mornfng tho funeral of , Campaign Material For Rc- Expression of American John T. Smith, beloved husband of - publicans. Smith, 2408 Weetji Anno Burns Opinion. Ireland Not Listen to Any Offers of Pnrtinl Home AVI11 RECENT DEATHS, Parliamentary Old Catholic ParishlHasiGrown With Help of Father Evers'. Rule. FEDERATED COUNTIES SOLUTION WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS With tho primary less than three The Chicago correTribune The cablegiam addressed by spondent, writing from London, says all the church anniversaries months off, candidates for tho members of the House of Reprepublic opinion in that American which .have been at one time or Democratic nominations have gone sentatives to David Lloyd George favor of Irish homo rulo is being to worlc in real earnest and the dif asking that England settle the Irish another celebrated in New York, favorably received not only In Engproblem ferent club meetings arc never short follows logically upon none has over had quite the interThe funeral of Miss Josie Scully land but by members of tho British President Wilson's statement of took place from Dougherty & Mc- - or speakers in tho person or tho est that attaches to the celebration War Commission, including Arthur candidates who are hustling for tho tho alms of the United States in chapel Wednesday morning different nominations. of the diamond Jubile from May James Balfour, tho Minister 'for Thero were the war, according to the Rev. Jo- Elliott's and from St. Louis 6 to 5Ma'y 13 of St. Androw's CathForeign Affairs, has been demonthree lively meetings held this past seph II. McMahon, pastor of the at 8:30 church Be9 o'clock. olic .church vJn Duane street, just strated within tho Inst few days. Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, and sides her sister,at Mrs. Margaret week, the First ward, Eleventh and Municipal building. St. Aa a result of the utterances of back of the clubs well known as one of tho most eloprominent Americans in public lifo, 1130 Seventh street, sho 1st Twelfth . wards and Bandana candiAndrew's is known far and wido being the rendezvous of tho quent and brilliant speakers among, Riley, of oy as well as tho efforts of sib the printers' and nightworkers' survived uie aouowiug nieces and At the oftlohrn. the Catholic clergy of Now York. nephews: Mrs. John E. Pendergast, dates and their 'frlonds. Thin urging immediate establishr rhurch. Contiguous to the build- .Wtinlftn nivwilflfw! and Father McMahon,. was interviewed at Miss Katie Clark; ' 'Miss Maymo meeting of tho Eleventh ment of homo rule, it Is said by ings occupied by four of the six Hon was held In tho church base- -' tho rectory of Our Lady toy Edward of Lourdes Riley. Jamos. David and John Riley. Twelfth wards Ben Brumlevo, canmen in closo touch with Balfour English morning papers in New ment, and addressed didate on the subject that he proposes to York, It was naturally selected Dunphy, on behalf of the old par- while discussion of the cablegram The Interment was' . in St. John's Mayor, of the disgruntled ones for distinguished himself by to Lloyd George was at its warm- cemexery. cable Lloyd George and the British when, eomo seventeen years ago, ishioners, and by Robert H. Deery. est. In presenting j playing to tho Republican gallery, his view of tho' Parliament urging speedy settleCatholic .printers and newspaper of tho New York World, who told caso speech being received with much ho remarked that ho did not ment of tho Irish question asvan in.men, held to their duties until how tho nightworkers appreciate Mrs. Mary Hallor; aged eighty-thre- his by tho Louisville 'Herald, d ducement to 821 East Madison street, pleasure around 2 o'clock on Sunday morn- their opportunity, and by Frank W. think it had been emphasized beof tho United States and Great ing, wanted to attend mass before Smith, who talked 'for the people fore in the newspapers, despite tho passed away Sunday, evening, taking which will use Mr. Brumlove's re Maas, Britain in prosecution of tho war retiring, instead of having their rest who attend the noonday service multitude of opinions from men In- from St. Martiii's church another marks later on In behalf of Mayor. the Mr. Balfour has had soveml Imbroken to either wait up for early which Father Evers established for terested In Ireland which had been devout and old member. Her fu- All Republican candidate for out to been pointed portant conferences on the Bubjoct. printed. masses of established hours or to tho day workers. neral was held Wednesday morning, Mr. of this has and tho few Demo Brumlevo "England is always singing a attended by many of Jier old friends In ono of them Congressman Medlll Friday and Saturday there were cut it off too short to get up to MISS KALAItER DEAD. candidacy crats behind McCormick, Judge Marcus Kavanr hymn of aglnst attend the high masses later in the noonday masses, and the jubilee exclaimed. hate tell you,Ireland!" he and associates. Mrs. Holler is sur- any following,hisJjut lt semswhp havo tho lat "I it comes to vived by three daughters, Miss will end with solemn mass at 2:30 morning. It was with surprise and soirow agh and Judge John P. McGoorty, tho this: Whenever Englishmen get Prances Haller, Mrs. Peter Exer ter aro in tne minority anu niB that the many friends of Miss Nora of Chicago, were most favorably imPermission was obtained to cele- tomorrow morning, marking pressed with tho attitude of tho talking about Ireland they see red and Mrs. William Brander; two. campaign for tho Democratic brate a mass beginning at 2:30 on seventeenth anniversary of the es- In the first place, Is controlled by men who will Kalaherheard of her death on Tues- British Foreign Minister on the and In the sec sons, Jacob and Paul Haller, and Sunday morning and It has proven tablishment of the Later Balfour discussed ond place they are deprived of tho twelve grandchildren "and flvo great- bo found in the" Republican ranks day at St. Joseph's Infirmary. Her subject. successful. At every early se'rvico mass. using very closest friends were unaware the issue with Representative Mcafter August 4, and they aro to which Tho extent Father power of logical reasoning! The grandchildren. the church is thronged by Catholics Brumleve now simply for a tool, of her serious condition until she Cormick and is to see him again who make their living, in one ca- Evers has developed 'the popularity time has come for tho righting of Early Tuesday morning Mis. Jo- - and it must be confessed ho has was removed to the infirmary. Miss before leaving Washington. In pacity or another, on the morning of the church can bo judged from Ireland's wrongs. The action of been a willing and pliant tool thus Kalahor received treatment at the these conferences thero was discus newspapers. Other nightworkers, tho fact that when ho was placed those Americans In Congiesa was in sephino Quinlan, aged" fifty-flvinfirmary and cheerfully went to sion of Representative McCormlck'p was far. too, helped to 'fill the congregation. In chargo it was with instructions no sense uncalled for. It rwas ab widow of Michael necessary It Is our busi released from earthly, suffering at There are a few Democrats In tho operation table. .The operation resolution introduced April 9, prochurch has thus acquired a to continue the plan to find a new solutely wo .The End aie In this Avar to de- her homo, 1054 South Eighteenth tho West Mayor,supporting Mr. Brum-lov- e was completed when the heart ac- viding that tho Houso send its status, in- - site fuither uptown and to wind up ness, if 'sort of of went to rewho aro supporting tion for fend asmuch as the worshippers at this tho affairs of St. Andrew's pre- every subject nations and help give street. Mrs. Quinlan 'was an active him in good faith, and they will be ceive ceased and of3he good Christian greetings to tho governments hopo allied nations, expressing tho tho reward a right, to worker and member of St. Will nation its early mass live In widely scattered paratory to abandonment. When ho iam's church, where tho funeral was found supporting Mr. Cronan and life, fully prepared to meet her that peace would witness the parishes in and around New York,, had made a study of the conditions see that Ireland- - gets justice. Is survived by two restoration of Belgium and Serbia She "A notablo feature of the war in held Thursday mornlnk, attended by tho Democratic ticket in tho fall, God. they 'have become a sort of which existed in his new parish, ho but many mourning friends. She leaves but they aro outnumbered by the brothers, llev. Father John D. and the establishment of a united auxiliary pariah to the regular one asked and was given permission to this country is that Ireland and Jaianu, Knlahqr, pastor of St. Columba's now Mabel and disgruntled ones and assigned to Father Evers and his try to revivify tho clnlrch, and cour-rtg- are disaffected. J, do not mean that two daughtersnfMlfie o they will not light; that they will Edmf "Quiulali, O&JtcaT) besuted L ivutTutree-- sisters? era, .who wlU,.hroundljn the wholo diocesesfdhlircs .his church. y Tcamp. The utyCountyTAjeewrTnd'Boiei Sla- senui within .their Mrs. Peter Richards, of New Al and Chilton-Searcand resourcefclness, 'ihe night- not do everything Father Evors is really tlje Very l What I bany; Mrs. John Davidson, of Min Biumlevo strength to date consists ter, Miss lary Ellen Kalahor.. Tho slon look upon it wth favor. ' Rev. Monsignor Luke J, Evers, and,' workers' mass was the first of its power to beat Germany. Ono of tho prominent members history or the Catholic mean is that they are fighting for neapolis, and Mrs. Edward Crad- - mainly of discharged policemen and number of people that called at her it was under his charge that the kind in the masses are now said France, of the homo to pay their last tribute of of the British mission told Mr. Mcdlck, and a brother, Charles Malson. firemen, and for Bolglum, for Russia night workers mass was established church. Such Pflanz type, men who aie sore be love to tho deceased testified to Cormick that he approved his res and it has always been ono of the In nine other churches In Now York not for England! Tho reason for The funeral of Edward L. Edelen, cause the Democratic party didn't tho esteem in which sho was held olution most thoroughly. Tho State most carefully nurtured works of and In eighteen in other sections of this is not antagonism between tho The Department also has had tho McUnited States and England. All that who died at Wavorly Hll Sanitarium choose to keep them in offico for by a large circle of friends. many which havo distinguished the country. the has died out. It Is the antagonism Saturday, took place from Thomas life and then allow them to pass tho funeral was hold Thinsday morn- Cormick resolution under deliberapastorate. It was in 1914 that the of the Irish element in this coun Keenan's chapel 'Monday afternoon office on to their relations. In his ing from St. Columba's church with tion and within a fortnight Is exMOURN HER DEATH. Cardinal Farley, in recognition of try toward England on account of at 2:30 o'clock. Tho deceased was speech the other night Mr. Brum- solemn high mass of requiem. To pected to assent to a .favorable reenergy and success of Father the Unless a former employe of the "Park Com- leve said that over 1,000 Demo- the brothers and sisters is extended port on the measure or one iu terms prevailed her treatment ' of Ireland. to Pope sorrow Widespread Evers, recommended him so tho sympathy of many friends and similar thereto. Tho conferences and Albany Saturday England 'eradicates that antagonism missioners on tho golf links hun- crats told him that they were Pius X. for advancement, and he through New hero havo established tho fact that peeved on tho Democratic paity acquaintances. was made Papal Chamberlain with night when the news spread that it will wprk seriously against her tennis courts, where ho won the British Government is anxious dreds of friends by his tinfaillng that they intended to havo voted In this war. the title of Monsignor. Buechlep, widow of "Why should any one say that courtesy and Jdndncss to tho chil- the Republican ticket in November NATIONAL PRESIDENT COMING. to have tho Irish question pettled While the celebration marks the Mrs. Sarah Buechler, had passed as soon as possible in order to avert we are Intruding upon England's dren. For tho past few years ho If he hadn't annqunced for tho seventyrfifth year of the structure Christopher was a This at Waverly Hills, night announcement a threatened outbreak. Only four Thursday as a Catholic church, tho building away at St. Edward's Hospital. She Intornal concerns when we urge her Buffering patient tuberculosis, and al- nomination. voting statement sounds o tho Republican was 'made at the meeting of the counties in Ireland are holding out and yeais from itself Is just 100 years old and w.as been a resident old New nad to solve tho Irish question? Did though fighting against great odds true about average Hibernian Ladles' Auxiliary that against the settlement of tho issue, or Al had a most eventful history. It long Surviving her are a daughter not England accept a loan the other retained his cheerful demeanor to ticket in November, but tho has bany. Democrat will havo to accopt the Mrs. Mary McWhorter, of Chicago, Antrim, Down, Londonderry and day of millions of dollars of our .was originally built by (the Un very end. He Is survived by figures with a grain of salt, as thero the National President, would visit Armagh. In this situation Lloyd sons, Mrs, J. versalists and used by them for and two Ind.: Michael u. rnvis, or money? If that Is not mixing in tho caunoia, qi her Intornal concerns, what Is? And three brothers, Hardin H., George is not quite 1,000 sorehead Demo- Louisville and be the guest of tho George, It is declared, is anxious somo years. The con- Otisco. worship for L. and Richard Tho inter- crats dn Louisville. Then again local auxiliary on Tuesday and to secure American opinion, conAlbany, and gregation fell away, 'however, and NewIndianapolis, William Caufleld, wo are not meddling in her private ment was in St. Edelen. cemetery. Louis and va of Mr. Brumleve flatters hlmseir as to Wednesday. May 22 and 23. Com- - scious of the fact that It is having concerns when wo provide her with in course of time the 'Methodists a great influenco upon tho political Mrs. Anna Schlerjohann, of shipping. Yet if wo ask England () nrpnnro his strength, as In his last raco inHtono worn nnnnlntnrl bought it and made It over. In Mrs. Hanora Sullivan died Tueswas survived Albany. She also these four counties. time this congregation also van- Newtwo brothers, Capt. is John J. to give Ireland tho rights of a day morning at the residence of tor Park Commissioner heyoung R programme for her reception and leaders in the week thero havo been Within by beaten badly by two unknown small nation it Is interference. Eng- her daughter, Mrs. W. puj,nc meetings. This will bo tho ished, .fpllowlng the trend of popu- Lyons, J. Newman, men, who could bo classed as first flrst vlBjt ever mado to Louisville cabled to London the opinions of of New Albany, and Michael land ought to recognize that tho lation uptown. 2904 Bank street. Deceased was starters according J., and a to tho racing by a National President of the many prominent Americans on this of After the Methodists abandoned Lyons, Mrs.Hobokpn, N. McLaughlin, basic reason for our demanding eighty-eigyears of ago deCopies also havo a Catherine sister, it it was given over to trade and of New Albany. The funeral took these things is that we are fighting native of Ireland, coming and this form. rousing meeting was held in Ladles' Auxiliary, and will therefore subject. to Balfour here. been Among to A bo an occasion of much Interest in livered in turn a wine house and place Monday morning from Holy In a common cause the protection country In 1850, sho and her .husbecame night, a cocoanut warehouse. In 1840 an Trinity church, Bev. Father Curran of small nations. Sho- - should real-Iz- o band locating In Frankfort, where the First ward tho other Senator Hibernian circles. Next week wo other opinions are tho following: a Thedore Roosevelt I speak as that and remove the Irish sore they were pioneer residents among which was addressed by T. will publish the full programme. Catholics bought it celebrating association of friend of England, a firm tho. requiem mass. Sam Robertson, William from the body politic of Europe. Catholic and made it into the first to tho British empire, and a W. E. Mochllnc. J. T. "I welcome the interference of tho Catholic settlers and both gave club. It was called the Carroll Club PASTOR CRAIK LEAVES. man who has ardently championed K. OF O. INITIATION. tho United States in this mattor as great aid to and were close friends Smith, M. B. Kendrick and othors. Bishop Carroll, of in honor of de Senator Robertson in his speech ca.o of tho Allies, and has done tho sures.t means qf making England of Rey. Father Major, now Baltimore. TMb was in the time Rev. Charles Ewell Craik, dean the g Tho local council of tho Knights solve the Irish question before ceased, who was pastor of tho UM that "When the election on of Christ Church Cathedral, has all in his power to bring America agitation, and of the Church of the Good Shepherd, and o prohibition rolls around, resigned and will retlro to private into the war on their side and the fight against Catholicism and of Coluinbus will Initiate a class there is a revolution. England is from where the funeral to'ok place wm to in is one of tho best who will mow fight beside them if the club was established to have a of sixty tomorrow afternoon at tho driving the people of Ireland back Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. a3 It is bound to liberalyiy, Democrats life. Dr. Cralk ministers in the his Government permits him. I known Episcopal vcathollc rallying point to meet tho club houso and will give a banquet to hopeless, bloodthirsty methods of Very Rev. Father J. P. Oronln, pas- be comforting earnestly hopo full homo Board of furious onslaughts, It was in Car- to tho members and candidates at assorting their rights which havo tor of St. Patrick's church, accom- to have as umpire on tho man who country, and among Catholics wa3 most will bo given that Ireland; home highly esteemed. Last September rulo relatively to roll Hall, as it was called, that tho Tyler Hotel. Tho first and sec- not tho faintest hopo of success. panied tho remains. Mrs. Sullivan Election Commissioners a the empire such as Bishop Hughes, afterward Arch- ond 'degrees will be conferred by Tho action in Congress will have a is survived by four children, John win hn fair 4n consideration of Dr. Cralk had a narrow escape rulo or Maine or Oregon now M. B. Kendrick, from death when an interurban Texas their interests." Thoso Engof New York, made many tho Louisville Council, while the most salutary effect. bishop relatively to the National GovL., Timothy J. and Mrs. candidate for Magistrate, received car struck his autoipoblie, and it is F., of his notable addresses on tho third degree will be given by a lishmen who have at last recog- W. Frank They havo the tho pledged support of many of the thought that this and his injuries ernment at Washington. J. Newman. upholding tho team from Chicago nized the justice of Ireland's sympathy of their many by public schol question, headed William II. Taft We in the Louisville First ward Democrats present and caused his retirement. Dr. Cralk Catholic side of the contention. So Messrs. Coffey and Coens. The claim and who sympathize with and Frankfort friends. his friends claim his election in the has been in charge of Christ Church United States are hoping earnestly (become that programmo for the banquet is as the Irish in their struggle for home acute did the matter tho Cathedral for thirty-fou- r years and for a speedy settlement of the Irish primary. Before adjourning the CatholtcB held a mass meeting follows: Toastmaster, Joseph Fueg-lei- rulo will welcome this expression COOPER STATE DEPUTY. club indorsed Dr. H. E. Meohllng his father before him, tho Rev. home rule question. It would help Invocation, Right Rev. Denis of American opinion and will conin Carroll Hall four days prior to hearten American head to for Coroner, several expressing tho Dr. James Cralk, was at the years. to solidify and in the great cause Very vince tho Unionites men like Lord the election of 1840 and decided ob- O'Donaghue; "Patriotism," public sentiment Tho Kentucky State Council, belief that Dr. Duncan was not pf the church for thirty-eigIreRev. T. L. Crowley, O. P.; "The Devonshire and Bonar Law, act as a unit, and as a result In referenco By his retirement tho local ministry for which the democracies of Great tained a status in public affairs that Catholic Layman," M, J. Henneeey, land greatest enemies that public Knights of Columbus, in session at eligible for Italy and one w its beet lights of Augusta; "The Church and So- opinion Is against them, that they Bowling Green, on Tuesday adopted to Senator uoDerisons icuiamosenti loses whomof his congregation and a Britain, France, Russia, had previously been denied thepi. will the United States aro fighting shoulman to be The Improvement of Catholic con cieties," Rev. Edwin Kowan, C. P.; can not any longer play their hypo- resolutions commending those coun Beems among the prevailing der to shoulder and which they the Democratic vuiers I miss. ditions which resulted prompted "Your Council and Mine," Camden critical, 'Pharisaical game of fighting cils in Kentucky which have, in ment must and will win. of all of whom like Mr. McNally Bishop Hughes to establish a new R. McAtee. The banquet will be for small nations yet maltreat Ire- recognition of the patriotism John Purroy Mitchel We hope DR. GAUDIN TO LECTURE. enlisting in the personally, but dread the Interferland at the same time; Common their members MiriBh. and he decided to remodellserved at 6:30 o'clock regime not only In the Interests of Ireland armed forces' of the United States, ence of the decency will compel a change, a church and Carroll Hall into Dr. Felix Gaudtn, of New Or- and of Great Britain but in tho In"This effect upon England of the remitted all dues, excepting only in Louisville politics. IHSHOP'S GOLDEN JUBILEE. placed It in charge of the Rev. Joseph L. Steurle, the moving pic- leans, Supreme President of the terests of the great struggle ia the premiums of Insurance memAmerican action will be noticeable Andrew Byrne. This same Father is engaged that America Knights will as a The fiftieth anniversary of the very soon. Even before the war bers. Councils which have not ture promoter, announced week, can- CatholicLouisville of America, May which rulo may now accorded In genByrne, incidentally, also established be on Sunday, and be in home to do another parish in that same year, ordination to the priesthood of the Irish question had reached an taken such action are urged during didate for Auditor this great erous manner to Ireland. deliver he win introduce 20, when 1842, the Church of the Nativity, Bishop Thomas Grace will be cele- acute stage and was pressing hard so. Officers elected to serve Cooperf It is expected that movie thrills in illustrated he will on "The his Founder lecture which is also to celebrate its dia- brated on June 24 in the Cathedral for solution. Now it simply must the.ensuing year were D. M. Deputy; a few SOCIETY JUBILEE. promoting his candidacy. It Is pre- of the Catholic Church and His State at Sacramento, Cal. It was hoped bo solved. No nation, however Elizabethtown, mond jubilee this year. years as a that a great public testimonial strong It may be, can fight a war George A. Burkley, Louisville, State sumed that Auditor Allen, the Followers." Tho lecture will tako During Its seventy-fiv- o Tomorrow St. Edward's Benevin will also anCatholic church, Sti Andrew's has could be given the Bishop in which against a foreign enemy with an- Secretary; Henry Whelan, Bards-tow- - present Incumbent,candidate who Is Dlacofree. St.A Martin's Hall and will olent Society of St. Boniface church feature will bo tho be State Treasurer; John W- nounce. Another six pastors, including the Protestants and Jews would unite, other enemy at its vitals. This has had but will celebrato its golden Jubilee la incumbent. With the nineties the as well as Catholics, in order to been shown by the problem forced Heuvor, Newport, State Advocate; now prosecuting an active canvass musical programmo. The members religious manner. changed and it give evidence of tho respect, esteem upon Germany by the German So- Dr. J W. O'Connor, Elizabethtown, Is Thomas E. liau ror rouco juubu, neighborhood had CONFIRMATION, will attend mass and recolve holy his Staa Warden: the Rev. John F. one of his backers stating thatwho affection In which all classes cialists. ,. had become a purely commercial and communion in tho morning and "There are' 40,000 BngUgh troops Knue, McQuaddy, Slate Chaplain, hiwoaf boosters were nolice, one. This was the condition when and all creeds hold him, but the the Right Rev. after the vesper service ia the afOn Thursday Delegates selected to attend tne are bitterly opposing Judge Boldrlck Father., Eicers was given the pas- Bishop forbade any testimonial or garrisoning Ireland two whole dia reunion. O'Donaghue administered Bishop torate in 1898.0 In fact he was public function, to be attempted. visions! which should be la. the meeting ofnbe Supreme Council In for aomft reason or another. County the saerament of confirmation to a ternoon thero will be Jailer Bullitt, Scott really appointed, to finally close it. Bishop Grace, who was born in trenches with Halg. It is ridiculous Norfolk in August were; James J. Attorney VETS PRESENT FLAG. Adolph Schniitt for class of grown people at the Home He. brought new" idea and new en- Wexford, Ireland, in 1841, was edu- that they should be forced, to do O'Brien, Lexington; D. M.. Cooper, Charley Foster. for County of the Aged and Infirm on Tenth ergy into the parish and has at- cated at St, Peter's In. that city. Hi police work and worse than police Elizabethtown, and Fred J, JKeun, Tax "Receiver, Pres Ray County The Spanish War Veterans of street. The class had been Clerk, Allen Smith for tained results which are considered ecclesiastical studies were at All work in a part of the British Em- Bowling Green. by the Rev. Francis O'Con Greater Boston took advantage of and Ciay Hall for Police marvellous by students of church Hallows College at Dublin, Ireland, pire which should be among the the Court Clerk have no opposition, nor, of ihe Cathedral, and the oc- the ocasion of the blessing of parBUCIIRK ASTO LOTTO. development and decay in New and he was ordained to the priest moat loyal of all. though it is rumored that Frank casion was made a holiday for the new school of the Sacred Heart paswill not listen any mora was Father Evers who hood on June 14, 18C7. Shortly "Ireland York. It to present There will be a euchre and lotto aimaipr. f the County Clerk's of old people, who are well cared for ish at Rosllndale Cummins, athe first thought of the night workwi thereafter he went to California via Uo offers of partial home rule. She United tor, Rev. J. F. pastor at Wont to war trusting to Angrana'B party in St. Columba's Hall, Thirty-flft-h fice, will announce for Assessor in by the Little Sisters of the Poor. and who realised that because of tho Isthmus. He was States flag, a State flag, a flag Jeffersoa, Best Tuesday the next few days. and their hour of labor the majority Marysvflle for eight year. From. pledged, word. But partial home pole and bunting for the building in RepublicINDIANAPOLIS MISSION. It of these were missing mass, and 1881 to 1S8S lie wm pastor at rule has never been given. How afterpon and eveeiag, tor vhich ans is reported that the recognition of his services to the patched up their differhave gradually drifting away from the Sacramento, was preeoniced as ean England hold up her head there will be the usual handsome Quln, Rer. Father Cyril Meis, O. P., 6f sick soldiers at Montauk Point in will It wa not only the priaUM i Bishop on February 27, 1888, and among the nations of the earth after awards. The games gad begin S at ences and will placate "Huston nom- tha umd TToart Ilatrasl. is in In- - lgflS. Many prominent aaon, inelu4- faith to an "aspirant for the JKayerallty from 2:80 and 8 o'clock, betraying the Irish people? j consecrated Bishop of the and the newspaper men he .Mayor Ourley, attended ju ex-','Now Ireland will never submit 7:30 tne ladies wIH serve a sub- ination, by naming him for County dlaaapolis, where last Sunday he He counted up th menio diocese on June 18 nt the of. i erases Attorney and lining W esfMaaw opened a two weeks' mission. to dismemberment, She would- bare stantia! luneheo. . Postoffice employes, the teiepnone sama year. Of --- Chestnut street, was hold irom at. church, of- - which ho was a faithful member. Ho was sixty-foyears old and long with tho ComManufacturing Drummond pany. Besides hlsMvite he leavesj eight children. tho death of Stephen With years old, 1432, Mathels, sixty-twPark boulevard, tho city loses anand respected other industrious resident. His wlfe, Mrs. Catherine Msthels, six children, three brothers and two grandchildren survive him. The funeral was held Thursday morning from St. iLeo's church and was attended by many friends whoj mourn Ms death. Charles ur o, TRINITY COUNCIL. The meeting at Trinity Cpuncil evening was of the kinji that keeps up good attendance, b'e Ing full of discussion and action, the younger element .leading in tho oratory. Committee reports wore all very encouraging, and tho fact mat summer is rapidly approaching was evidenced by tho reports of the Moonlight Excursion and Picnic Committees. The bowling alleys, under the teniDorarv management of tho genial J. Cariylo Schmitt during tho enforced absence of Manager C. Ed Mueller, continue to bo the principal attraction, especially during tho cold weather. Tho Literary Committeo announced the following programmo for the months of May and June. On Monday evening. May 14, Rev. P. M. Monaghan, Chairman of the committeo, is going to deliver a lecture on Father Damlen, tho leper martyr, and tho writer is In a position to say that there is no one better versed on tho subject than Father Monaghan, which means that it will be easily one of the principal features of the entire literary programmo and a large attendance is expected to hear it. On May 28 Dr. W. B. will address tho council on a subjoct to be announced later. Joseph Schlaohter and Dr. J. B. Voor will bo heard on Juno 11 and 25 respectively. Monday Do-her- Action. Suggestions. Mndo by President Wilson Already Bearing Supporters Who Are Keal Democrats Being Placed in Embarrassing Position. JOE SHURLE FOR CITY AUDITOR Fruit. CABLEGRAMS SENT TO LONDON Ber-tran- Irish-America- ns ty e, whole-hearte- nom-Inat- on night-worke- rs' o, "extra-territoria- l" God-giv- en Irish-America- ns down-and-ou- t- -- office-holde- rs slxty-thre- -- -- -- etep-daugn-t- ht Mc-Mni- iv well-wish- er rr . Know-Nothln- Stato-wid- -- en-Jo- ys n; ht Haly-Beckha- m up-to-d- n, As.-gess-or pre-Dar- ed -- vu Sacra-thinki- ng ig - & ,4.i. s JKBOFXJOKTST -- XIH .eVflklRZOAStTs KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISH BD KVBRY SATURDAY. hvsted id tie Social sad Moral AavaaccRtemest ei kith AawrksM aad CafksHd OffielaUy ladoned by Aseleet Order of HUmmImu, Yeaag Vkm't Inttkttte and OathoHc Knights of Aaarlca. . KENTUCKY IWI8H AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO., Incorporated, PnBHatf SINGLE COPY as VBSCKIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR flatter. Battnt it tkt LolTSto Prt.Mfle i Wtil Qrtta St. aN CaiUitten t 1H MNTUCKY HWSH ABKAN, iNrtM SaMBd-Clua HINTS TO Herman rOUBTM AVENUe Straus sons m tHCaPBAT0 MARKeT STREET We dive and Redeem dold Trading Stamps. JW-2- 1 g TRADES fHagyi COUNCJufr GOOD DRESSERS die-hards CONFIRMATION LeWIiVIDLl. Tho KY SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1917 of the putting of tho borne rule act are in force at once, tho NEARING TIIEASOX. u resolutions adopted by tho national convention of Socialists aro close to treason. When American citizens band themselves together to ontlnuous active and public opposition to tho war and attempt to Instruct their representatives In legislative bodies to vote against all appropriations for military or naval purposes they have formed a conspiracy against a governmental policy and should bo under tho promptly prosecuted statutes. As viewed by tho Toledo Record tho resolutions aro based on tho usual foolish philosophy of Tho theory that working Socialism. with tho men are not concerned principles of humanity but aro solely interested in the welfare of "their class" Is a monstrous doctrine Men aro more than pieces of Industrial machinery. If this Socialist doctrine was followed to Its logical conclusion there would be no civilization left on earth. It ia tho Incarnation of selfishness. It is a diabolical doctrine. The whole eot of resolutions runs contrary to every Instinct of common humanity. Reduced to its last lesson it Is a gospel of hate. Tho delegates who adopted these resolutions aro not only false to America but aro enemies of tho whole human race. They should bo promptly and effectively suppressed. AMERICA AND IRELAND. at their wits' end for a pretext to put off what they would call tho ovil day. The overworked excuso of tho war has spent its force, and even the pretense of tho coercion of "Ulster" no longer holds tho field. The friends of England In America have virtually demanded that tho settlement of tho Irish question must not bo put off, and Lord Northcliffe, who wa9 tho tower of strength, has practically gone over to the other side. That the aro dazed by tho turn of affairs Is evident from the manner in which Major Newman's question on the subject was received in tho House of Commons. Tho Major wanted to know whether the House would submit to American dictation in what he considered a purely domestic matter, and received an evasive reply from Bonar Law. The Major wanted to continue tho subject, but was promptly called to order by tho Speaker, but not an Irish member had suggested tho passing of a resolution asking America to withdraw from tho aro In their war. Tho last ditch and, their position is untenable owing to tho flood of adverse opinion from Amorlca. England's predicament as a result of the success of tho U boats has chastened their spirits and perforce put them in a yielding mood. Their day is over. die-hard- Every man wants to feel that he gets his money's worth when he buys clothes. He buys where he knows he can get good material, fit, style. He wants sat-iifactio- SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT n. s' ultra-Unionis- ts That is just what we strive to give, and the prsof that we succeed is found in the fact that our customers are the come back kind. !! Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge CLOTHING SPECIALISTS CORNER THIRD AND JEPFERSON J $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 White t NORTHWEST 14-1- Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS nimnini mufn t Halpln 'XDr.engagementO'Reilly of his 1 i" bo-fo- re COMING EVENTS. May festival, candy May 5 pulling and lotto party for Sacre Heart school, afternoon and evorA Ing, in school hall, Seventeenth and Broadway. by Lawn feto Juno Church Debt and Building Fund of St. Louis Bertrand's enurch. 'May 21 Euchre and lotto party, St. Patrick's schol hall, Thirteenth and Market, ovening only. May 28. May day social, Young Ladles' Sodality of St. Ann's church afternoon and evening. May 30 Card, lotto and lunch party, Sewing Society of St. Joseph's Home, on grounds. July 4 Catholic Orphan Socloty picnic on St, Vincent's Orphanage grounds. 9 July Annual" garden party of St. Anthony's Hospital, auspices of Sewing Society. July 25 Annual picnic for St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, on orphanage grounds, Frankfort avenue. 20 her honor, covers being laid for eighteen. daughter. r,,e Miss Lucy Esten O'Reilly, to Louis J. Hackett. Tho wedding will take place Juno 9. Mrs. J. T. O'Neal and son, Em-mo- tt O'Neal, will return May 15 from Phoenix, Ariz., and will spend the summer in their apartment on announces die-har- ds ng 60c VOTDJ bbwbY 79c 3001 1917 it M $1.00 August Primary 1917 Eastern Parkway. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday attack. are Rogation days, when Catholics Mrs. John Griffin Is visiting at Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Huff announce will ask God's blessing upon our Madison, Wis. tho marrlago of their niece, Miss lands and that they will produce Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy loft Ireno Porilloux, to John David. Tho fruitful crops. Subject to Action of Saturday for a ten days' visit at marrlago was solemnized Thursday ovening by the Rev. Father Melo-doKansas City. Democratic Party Mr. and Mrs. David loft for When political ambition heconies Miss Viola Sweeney, South Louis- Niagara Falls and oa their return gets emphatic moral principle ville, has returned from a visit to will bo at the Cortlandt. scared. Nashville, and Bowling Green. A delightful farewell party was To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: PRIEST MADE MAJOR. Mr. and Mrs. B. Nally had asj given in honor of Joo Burke and I do horeby announce my candidacy for the office of guests tho past week Misses Emma Francis Thompson, who havo enTHE CTY OF Tho Adjutant General of the State and Eva Nally, of Now listed in tho Coast Artillery, at Haven. LOUISVILLE, subject to the C9.URT tho CwJ5 of party of Now York recently notified Msgr. the homo of J. H. Thompson, 2519 primary, August 4, 1917, and respectfully Democratio supsolicit your James N. Connolly, rector of the port. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrne, of Griffiths avenue. Church of Our Lady of Good Coun- Portland, are homo from an enjoy-abl- o May l, 1917. HALL sel, that tho grade of Major had Mrs. John McAteor and daughter, FOR visit at North Vornon, Ind. Msgr. been conferred upon him. Mrs. Harry Downes, and son. Master Connolly has been with tho Twelfth Mrs. J. Bruce Kremer, of Butte, Colllngs Downes, loft last week to New York Infantry, N. G. U. S Mont., spent tho week-en- d Join Mr. McAteer In Ada, Okla., and OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Jmmm for the past eighteen years as chap-Iai- F. T. Kremer at Pleasuro with Mrs. spend some tlmo with Mr. and Mrs. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Ridge. James "Wintersmlth. and his laborious work among the men and his lndofatlgablo atMiss Elizabeth Hilleary spent tention to their spiritual and temand Mrs. Frank Dugan en- week m poral wants havo been known to the eral days last Vance as the guest at dinner Saturday even Miss Dorothy at Nazareth. That yon spent for something you did not NEED would hate started a ing at tho opening of the Audubon officers and men for many years. In recognition of such labors It was Club, their "being Messrs. and SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED Conrad P. Wlckham spent last Mesdames guests Kavanagh, deemed fitting that he bo given a week vsltlng his parents, J. J. J. C. Mr. and Weaver, George Eady twica a year; There MAY COMK a time when yor "LAST DOLLAR" higher grade than that of Captain, Mrs. Matt Wlckham, at BBBB ,..;? and Dr. and Bloomfield. Mr3. C. T. Wolfo. which rank he formerly held. Msgr. matt be spent for lomethiig you DO NEBD. The SAVING new of the DESERVING OP GRATITUDE. Connolly was a volunteer chaplain Hanlon will BBBBaHk&Stf dolUn you are wasting might keep teat "hard time" frm ever csatag. n war, see- of P. J.month from return the last in LAWN FETE AND EUOIIRE. tho Tho sentiment the West, where of the South ing tho service afloat and ashore, both BBBBBlitefJ American republics our In Cuba and Porto Rico, and the ho has been traveling for some time. toward iM Tho Church Debt and Building d country In tho present condition of great amount of good he accom Miss Lillian Mooney, of Bards-tow- n Fund of St. Louis Bertrand's church will entertain with a lawn feto world affairs ought to bring forth plished in such service has been Junction, was tho week-en- d ' from tho public a little more ex- the subject of highest comment by guest of Mrs. J. L. Velton, Pleasure Mnday and Tuesday, Juno 18 and (bbbbbbbbbbbbIP 4rrbbbW He recently Ridge. Government officials. 19, closing tho affair with a euchre pression of gratitude than It has. returned from activo service on the on Wednesday ' ovening, June 20. Aro wo to go on considering them Tera3 border. Mrs. W. F. Wllberding has been Tho Committee of Arrangements aro Fifth and Court Place. almost a negligible quantity, or aro spending a week at Now Haven, the now preparing a list of prizes in Open DIly Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. CEDAR GROVE ACADEMY. guest of her sister, Mrs. Michael tended to cut tho hiEh cost of llvlne CANDIDATE FOR we unwilling to publicly attest the for tho lucky "dues. pleasure It gives to us to have large and appreciative audi- Krebs. A CITY TREASURER them ranged sldo by side with us, ence was entertained at Mt. St. ACADEMY RECITAL. Subject to Action of Democratio Party. Mrs. Oscar Coldewoy, of CincinAcademy on May 6 when nati, Primary August 4. 1917. forsooth because they aro mostly Benedict's has been spending the week Tuesday night the pupils of PreCatholic countries? John Barrett, tho yearly musical recitalwas took hero as tho guest of Mrs. Helen replace. Each performance sentation Academy took part In a Casellly. Director of the ceived with great enthusiasm by well arranged and artistic musical Union, is in a position to speak those present, as the pupils skillMiss Hortense Twyman, of Cov- recital at that institution, the protho difficult and gramme containing sixteen classical with authority and lie says by "ab- fully rendered lengthy numbers" entirely from mem- ington, is here on a visit to relaThe "Dance of the solutely reliablo date" ho finds ory. Miss Lillian Bergor's musical tives, arriving on the Island Queen numbers. Roses" by the preparatory class to bo overwhelmingly reading was a distinctive feature of Thursday. was a feature, Miss Alvina Martln-ec- k Yesterday after- with our country. Not one of the the programme. Pleasant Worm Syrup. Kidney and Bladder, Blood and Liver being the accompanist during Mr. McMrs. "William qooii the pupils participated in a Donald, and Chicago, are P. great newspapers has uttered a sinPenetrating Oil. Vogtlax Tablets. expected this dance. The academy orchestra. of patriotic gathering and flag raising here today to see the Kentucky directed by Miss Mildred Schneider- gle sentenco that could bo conon the Academy grounds, when a hahn. furnished music for other strued against us, and tho public beautiful red, white and blue ban- Derby run. dances and songs. An address that Home Phone City 1B4 demonstrations have ben for us. ner was unfurled to the breeze. SeveaUe.tk aai Baak Addison Kelley, of New York was appreciated was delivered by Mr. Barrett says: "As a group of the Rev. Father J. P. O'Mahoney, City, Is hero to be the guest of 11 111 i i STRICKEN AT PADUOAn. i County- - Attorney A, Scott Bullitt of tho Cathedral, at the close of twenty nations, they aro all with bbbbbbbxbbbbI the recital. M. ). BANHSN, P. BANXON. JR., and attend the Derby. us ta this conflict T. X. MERIMEE, and can be Rov. Edward J. Mullaly, of ChiYItt Pro. ft TrtM. fnu ft Hp. counted upon to do their part, cago, who was conducting a two COVINGTON. Mrs. J. J. Ryan is home from a either In actual war or in strlet and weeks' mission at St. Francis de delightful visit with her sisters, Primary August i, 1917, The annual celebration of the Paducah, Perhaps In Sales church at indigestion was Mrs. John Rodman and Miss Jo- Federation of Catholic Benevolent Justified neutrality," and stricken with acute Societies of Covington last Sunday lifts Mjltril Ntuk- t- First, Seteml, Third Wrds future days this may be of use at had to be taken to Riverside Hos- sephine Murphy, at Frankfort. was one of the memorable events in least it should be kept in memory, pital, where he was found to be Action of Democratic Party. Merlin Corcoran, who has been the history of the Covington dio- Subject to CANDIDATE FOK ; ; Sewer tad Calvert Pipe, and above all, oy those who now seriously 111. This Is the second visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. cese. Thousands of citizens of Covattack Father Mullaly has suf Thomas Corcoran, in Jeffersonvllle, ington and adjoining cities particiBaBRoa's Patent L14M Pipe far Steam CeaBRiti. and then visit these lands and think fered, and owing to Jits physical SHOULD BE PASSED. pated, and the demonstration was It necessary to slur and malign condition he probably will be com- has returned to Covington. TO. Uf !lB D . Senator Broussard, of Louisiana, , , . one of the most Impressive ever them, and place their people beyond pelled to forego rmD rising, g ire erica his missionary Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Leahy and seen In that part of the country. has again introduced In Congress a Crate ana Seller Tile, Gre g work. It was the intention to take Miss Frances Shanley have given up The the category of Fire Clay, Cklmaey societies, representing Joint resolution granting permission him to Chicago as soon as his con uieir aparxmeni in xne rarK view everyseveral Catholic parish, In the city for the erection of a monument in OFPICE 628 WEST JEFFERSON permit. dition would and have taken a bungalow in Deer had a larger representation than Arlington cemetery to the memory evsr before. In spite of the cold of the members of the various orPark. HOME PHONES OITY -MUST GIVES HOME) RULB. OUMB. MAIN 07. ASCBN5IONDAY." the streets oyer the entire line of ders of Sisters who gave their serv. WORKS ices a nurses on the battlefield Mine B4o MeCloud left Monday march were thronged Next Thursday, May 17, will, be and the !3tbeadBreck. aadMagKella Ave,, Bet, 9tfc New iMtX tbe foremost men of Ammh4ob day, and ooBsequently i8th. 1 a for Dtrlt. Before her departure marchers were aeorded a continual and in hopltals during the etvll Amertea have pMMUBMd 1b favor war. 0( c4llamUtiR Mbw Clam Dppen entertained in ovatton. 9r fay country will impregnate the great mass of tho Allies will be, under God, tho means of giving Erin her deserts. That a Protestant should be sustained as a force to deny of the country her Inalienable privileges is a course so monstrous that England herself is beginning to decry tno procedure. When America, with the best brains and brawn of Ireland, will mix her war interests with European powers, England's feeble cry will become an universal groan that will shamo off the political stage tho objectors to a bravo people's rights. Tho whole course of Ulster has been a disgrace not only to Protestantism, ever prating about liberty, but to civilization Itself. God works In wonderful and circuitous ways" and if Ireland will get her freedom,' the lakes of human blood will not have boen spilt In vain. France, that has always been Ireland's friend, tor more than one of Erin's martyrs died In tho uniform of France, and America who owes so much to tho land of Grattan, O 'Conn ell and Parboil, Bhould be a friendly force that would make a contented as well as devoted Ireland. one-seven- th hs Many believe that home rule for WEEK'S DELAY. Ireland will be a necessary sequence to the. conjunction of Earl Curzon informed tho House America with tho Allies. Let us of Lords on Tuesday that tho Govhope, ipleads tho Catholic Colum- ernment's statement on tho Irish bian, that tho great leaven of right, question had been postponed until justice, liberty, humanity and civ- Thursday of next week. This dillyilization with which our beloved dally policy will not win friends for Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Lowery an nounce tho engagement of their daughter, Miss May Lowery, to Coleman A. Ridge. Tho wedding will tako placo In June; Misses Mary Sheedy and Elizabeth Brower, of this city, were honor 3 ;5 CHAS. H. KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR 18-1- England, and bears out tho charge that she Is insincere in her alleged interest in small nations. guests at a delightful "500" party given by Mrs. Marshall Morris at her home in Now Albany. Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Bowling, of New Haven, last week entertained Mrs. Elizaboth "Hagan, John Hagan, D J. Hagan Mr. and Mrs. and Byron Haganall of Louisville. STATE SENATOR Thirty-Sixt- h Senatorial District H. S. McNUTT FOR Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 1917 JbbbwL Tho outbreak at tho Cooper Union meeting Saturday night in OK83QWC8XKXK63C83MC8C8Saa0W Now York City was tho deed of foolish and insane men. They Injure any cause they espouse. I SOCIETY. I Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McElliott are Subject to Action of Democratio Party. expected home from Martinsville toPrimary August 4. 1917. day and Mr. McEUIott's many local friends will be glad to learn that he 1017 August Primary 1017 has recovered from his rheumatic COUNTY COMMISSIONER August Primary 1917 v Lbbbb RUSSELL GAINES Candidate for County Surveyor y. V, lkffdBHhk WM. T. McNALLY mWmm .. JMOb. E. f SHERIFF 'Al n, m ANDREW M. SEA The Last Dollar 8 i Spanish-America- BBBBBBBBBBBBBBviVWL'9' Ky. Title Savings Bank iBBBBBBBBBBBBBL BBBBBBBBKCBBBBBah and Trust Co. Pan-Americ- an M. B. KENDRICK TRY RICHIE'S RE)WABIB Latin-Ameri- ca VOGT'S PHARMACY BANNON PIPE ... mm m mm iiiiiiiiiiinmii m n , i;R C0J irk, I - lifoerty-lovin- .. iuiinu, j. 578-178- 6. """ "'iV,i""""lf,fmiitiiniiiniiimijiT ad ifcikt isLriL,., JJ1'dbr.!r: ussre. i ISafffcfrjVft i'lU jatststx "M-A- a ljM& 'A ..jt- - A, k Q 1 RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. icjBararojKY xjeusis: jmcejbcxolt- - NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLDB " SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON n organized by citizen to make "kM ftaady for Year Griddle la the LOANS Morning" on furnlturo and other personal prop erty at HAMS, IiARD, SAUSAGE X.OWEST BATES. Coleman Bide., IyOUISVIIiLK MtOVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (laoorpo rated.) Both Phones, 2S8G. feopx.es provident associatiom Incorporated. well-know- SPRING was tec MEETING THREE FINE GIFTS. Three generous donations havo been made for tho Catholic Orphan Society Fourth of July celebration and picnic. They are a handsome oil painting, "Tho Dlvlno Child," by Rev. Father W. J. Sllemore, pastor of St. Joseph's church at St. Joseph, Tcnn.; a fancy piece of Chinoso linen, by Mrs. Winchester, of St. Mary Magdalen's parish, and il bacon as ONI We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. at4 and Sheffield jwae AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADH IN liOUISVJXJLiB ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BT A AMK1UOAN COJD7ANY REPAIR Hancock and Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louisville Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phono City 6007 SNEDDON Twelve Days' Racing, Beginning Derby Day, Saturday, May 12, and Ending on Kentucky Oaks Day, Friday, May 25. THE GREAT DERBY, RUNS SATURDAY, MAY 12. Debutante Stakes, May 14. Bashford Manor Stakes, May 16. Clark Handicap, May 19. Juvenile Stakes, May 21. Frank Fehr Stakes, May 23. Kentucky Oaks, May 25. SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:30 P. M. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. i Quadruple Plate Silverware An Opportunity to Purchase Wedding Presents at a Very Inconsiderable Expense. As usual there will be lots of weddings next month, and numbers of wedding presents to be selected. For wedding Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS tot aoorxxo, ouTTEsraa, Repaired lis 611 Roofs Rponrzars and Painted Ty. JL6PHAX.T SHINGLES A SPECIALTY West Broadway, IkItU1, ot July will manage the Fourth KNGRAVER8 celebration and picnic for St. Vincent and St. Thomas Orphan Homos (98UOH BNGRAVING COM I' A JO comprises the following: Rev. Charles P. Raffo, Rev. George W. ARTISTS, ENORAVEHS Schuhmann, Rev. Patrick Monag- IBLBJCTROTYPERB han, President Dan Murphy, Will-laP. McDonogh, Martin McGee, Loufsrllle, Ky M W. Mala St., John J. Morlarty, M. J. McCluskey City 6674 Hob Phone and George II. Nabers. m The Executive Committee that SAM L. ROBERTSON JOS. Tho mombors of Holy Trinity choir will present "Pocahontas," a comic operetta in two acts, at their OF JEFFERSON COUNTY hall at St. Matthews, next Sunday ments, Including one for household Subject to Action of Democratic Party. and the Thursday following for tho 0 WST ON economy and a liomo clrclo which Primary August 4, 1917. benefit of their new church. The will knit socks for the soldiers. A operetta, containing much of hisThe Great American corps of physicians will torical Interest, is also very lively Our Work Guaranteed O. K. with tho National Red Cross. nna replete with good music and W. O. RUSSELIi & SONS TAYLOR & WILLIAMS songs, and is full of comic expresPRINTERS ELECT MISS COADY. INCORPORATED. V. sions and laughable situations. 1507 West Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. Miss Mary Coady has been Phono City 6659 IRISH ARE LOYAIi. ed a member of the Board of Di 'W j&Lsssssssfl H B T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H 00. rectors of the Queen's Daughters, Resolutions proposed by former Ailing tho vacancy caused by the unuea states senator James A. INCORPORATED election of Mrs. J. C. Murphy to O'Gorman, one of tho opponents in INCORPORATED Distillers Of tho Presidency. Tho selection was tho last Congress of the armed a happy one and completes tho neutrality bill, and adopted unaniOLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH SOUTH WENZEL ST. regular number on tho board. mously by the Friendly Sons of "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB St. Patrick of Now York, pledged IoalarlUe, Ky, 528 W. Mala St. Both Phonos 4202 lyalty to President Wilson, PRESSING miSH QUESTION. upon whom tho heavy responsibilities of tho war have fallen. Press dispatches received Tues1VM. AUGUSTUS day from London said powerful 1011 Swan Street CANDIDATE FOR FORTY HOURS. arc about to be Contractor of Excavating, All representations Machine made to Premier Lloyd Georgo and Shop. Auto Repairing Con- COUNTY COMMISSIONER Kinds of Tomorrow morning at tho mass tho War Cabinet by representatives PRICES REASONABLE crcto and Wrecking. of labor as to thoir view of the If nominated and elected I promise to tho Forty Hours' devotions will Work Guaranteed Imperative urgency of a settlement devote my time to tho duties of the office open at the Church of St. Frances Home Phone, Highland 1472 320 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 2000 of tho Irish question. Tho Pali and further the jnterests of the people. of Rome in Clifton. There will be Mall Gazetto understands that un- Subjoct to Action of Domocratlo Party. tho usual procession, and tho pasPrimary August 4. 1917. tor. Rev. Thomas White, will bo is less a satisfactory settlement i assisted at the services by a numquickly arranged the labor member of priests from local churches. bers of tho Government miay bo Tho devotions will come compelled to reconsider their posito a solemn close on Tuesday. tion. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street Wall Fapor and Window Shades CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. See us about anything In real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames and Window Shades Made to Order. estate. We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 2517. Borne Phone City 4464. BX3CvKl JOHN B. CATHOLIC WOMEN ORGANIZE. Catholic womon of tho archdiocese of Chicago have organized tho Society of Jeanno d'Arc, under tho direction of Archbishop Georgo W. Mundeleln, to aid in welfaro work during the war. Tho organization is divided into a number of depart- a lot at Fortieth and Chestnut streets, with street and alleys made. j.iiu r.xecuuvo uommuteo will arrange for their disposal. SHERIFF A. LUDWIG Mfc CANDIDATE FOR OPERETTA. I YELL We Print It For Less presents there is nothing that in dignity, refinement or appearance, will surpass a piece of handsome silverware. It is solid and substantial looking and makes a splendid appearance with one's card on when the gifts are exhibited. At a very reasonable price you can select Bread Trays Casseroles Baking Dishes Syrup Pitchers Cheese and Crackers Sugar and Creams Coffeo Pots Tea Pots Fruit Dishes Flower Vases, etc. A complete lino in plain, pierced and engraved patterns; prices range from $1.50 to $15.00 WHISKEY ,. JOS. Sheffield Plate Silverware Bread Trays Cake Plates, etc. Fruit Dishes Pierced and engraved patterns, priced from $2.25 to 10.00 Cheese and Crackers Baking Dishes J 508-51- 0 MIKE WIBDER i DINNER INCOMPLETE afrn - WITHOUT )Mf9mQ9o9m999m9wfim GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. F.F.X.L.BEERI! NONE PURER NONE BETTER FRANK DACHER AMONG THE FIRST. Two Donver Catholic priests, Rov. W. Donovan and Rov. E. J. Mnnnix, were among tho first recruits in tho Knights of Columbus company forming in Colorado. M. liARGEST COUNTRY. I Funeral Director and Embalmed The Young L'adles Sodality of Sti Louis Bertrand's church has now tho proud distinction of being i Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?". EITHER PHONE, Sure.!; o BOTH PHONES 810. f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH fl ! V ! !' fr Forty men havo enlisted and stand ready for service, and the full quota Is expected within a few days. BISHOP BURKE. AND ZANE STS. St. MfrM- - D'OUGHERH & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, annicelebrated tho seventy-secon- d versary of his birth. Bishop Burke CITY TREASURER was ordained May 22, 1875, and Subject to Action of Democratic Party. was consecrated Bishop of Chey Primary August 4, 1917. Six enne on October 28, 1887. years later, he was transferred to St. Joseph, tho dioceso having made substantial progress under his ad ministration. Bishop Maurice F. Burke, of tho Joseph diocese, last Saturday Warn CANDIDATE perhaps tho largest In tho country, tho result of a whirlwind campaign that has brought tho membership to over 500. At a meeting Tuesday evening gold rosaries were presented those who secured the most new members. TUMULTY'S tt4tt844t444mmtHl IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE BntTHDAY. FOR GERMAN BANK Joseph Patrick Tumulty, Secretary to President Woodrow Wilson, who remains attached to tho President's fortunes despite persistent rumors that this second term might find another in his place, was years old Saturday. FIRST AMERICAN SAINT. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. thlr-ty-olg- ht JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH Climb. Main S008.a "I GOOD FOR NEW YORK. XXXOIMJECS. Homo City 2993 HmttWW-H-H-H-iHfr i Hi WVVVWiVWVVkVWfcViVV HOMU PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN I 1 3071-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. The Assembly last Thursday unanimously adopted a resolution favoring tho extension of home rulo to Ireland. The resolution, which was offered by Assomblyman J. M. Mead, of Buffalo, read In part as follows: "Rosolved, That it is the sense and the sentiment of tho Assembly of the State of Now York that the Government of Great Britain should grant to Ireland the right to homo rulo so dear to the Irish people." Several members spoke in favor of adoption. No one spoke against it. REFORM AND REFORM. There was once a District Attor not believe that a saloon open on Sunday constituted a deadly menace to the" foundations of government. It was a violation of statute law, ho thought, to be punished in duo course according to law and precedent. Because he declined to recommend that all of fenders be boiled In oil he was sub jected now and then to visits from clerical members of a local "patriotic" organization. After asserting in general terms that 'never had tho town been so "wide open,' " these clergymen would express their intention of taking municipal corruption as their text for the following Sunday. Finally the worm turned, "very well, gentlemen," said the harassed official, who was a Catholic. "You say tho city Is can No doubt you 'wldo open. prove what you say. A new grand jury will bo Impaneled shortly, and you'll have the opportunity to tell all that you know. That's my first point. Here 6 my second. You have been preaching that tho Sunday saloon is a menace to public morality But I know and civic decency. two menaces in this city that are far worse, One is race suicide. Tho other is divorce. If any of you gentlemen will preach against either I'll gladly donate ?50 to any charity you may designate. That's all." Wo have had much pseudo- reform and surface revivals in American cities, especially during the last ten years. Of real reform not so much is apparent. Many a man who declaims with hot zeal against the abuse of drink has not a word to say against the abuse of matrimony. He need not necessarily be thereby discredited in his attack on a real evil, but while doing the one he should not omit the other. No one wishes to defend the "wide open" saloon, but in comparison with "wide open" Ideas on the sanctity of marriage the "wide open" saloon is an angel, bearing healing in its wings, for the wpunds of soelety. It takes no courage to, inveigh against disorders universally eonderaaed. Reform ney who did In a few months the Catholic church in both Americas will celebrate the 300th anniversary of the patroness, St. Roso of Lima, tho first canonized American saint. Tho Rosary Magazine of the Dominican fathers proposes a spiritual crusado In commemoration of the event, beginning on August 30, tho day o the saint's death. PROPER POLICY. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest eet the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. 822 East Main saret. 4mMUUVmUWUWUVUUWiUUtUHMUVMMWVUV ! Heme Phone Sha-wae- 484 Cainbcrland, West 11 The adoption of conscription as a means of raising an army is tho right policy for two reasons it is Cumb. Phone Fifth tho democratic way and It is tho only way. Every element In the "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' population will havo to contribute its sharo under tho draft plan. In a democracy tho burdens and tho Oar Special $3.00 Spray opportunities should bo mado as equal as Oar Special $5.00 Wreath nearly 'Moreover, possible for everyone. there Is no other way than by conscription to raise The largest values in Fuao- the vast forces called Into action in ral Flowers ever offered ie present-da- y warfare. Louisville, and Market Sts. West 191 Home Phone 1912 THE WIEDEMANN iHConro RATED RATTERMAN INCORPORATED. SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers MIlttIWSlmWtlwMHIIWlW H.B0SSES0N New Location Funeral Directors JOHN B. RATTERMAN and Embalmers. SIO ZTJECBR AVBNOB FUNERAL DIRECTOR Telephone 1022. Ce,riaV. 3101 WEST BROADWAY 2114 WEST MARKET ST. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Louisville Business College THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Under the Management of wW Ctrner Faurlh and Jcfftrser (Formerly with Spencerian) Mr. MoCarty Is still doing that e work ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE J solicitors have toldthat Spencerlan you alout ft past emwo years. XeafarrlUe, Xy. 1M W. Day and Night Classes. GMbete4 r the XaverU Brothers, Meatus aa4 BmUm can etott.FrMrmtery Detartaaeat, Phones: College Offise, Odty 7883: Omtim,' Urn Cumb. Main 458. Residence, City 4879; Cub. West 12. high-grad- ire year keys aa ecaeatlelife.that irnim ttNl tvt r. l. Mccarty ewr, WE MUST WAKE UP. Last week tho newspapers pub-- . Ilshed reports that tho submarine campaign ihas destroyed within a or few days over 400,000 tono This wholesale British shipping. destruction threatens England and inuunu ai France with famine within a few months unless the situation changes. fcurth Mm Loulrvlir Wo note that Secretary Lane has Council of National De told telegraphed everywhere." fense the "Flowers that our Government is be coming alarmed over tho situation. waked It about time that HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY TheIs problem now is we dispose up. to of the submarines. It is no easy task, DIVISION 3. as those who are wrestling with First and third Fridays, Hibernian tho problem are beginning to realize. It will probably bo serveral 0 Home, Portland. months before we can do much in Riley. President John M. the war. By that tlmo we may have Vice President Tkn O'Leary. now Recording Secretary John Mar- a harder task before us thansevere appears. It will take some tin. hard Secretary Financial John J. shocks usand somethat we knocks to aro really reallzo make Broderick. expect tho Treasure! Daniel J, Dougherty. at war. to And we may Tho knocks come soon. shocks Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. will come later on. War Is a seriSentinel Thomas Noont. ous undertaking. That tact will be brought home to us before we DIVISION 4. aro well out of this world madMeets second and fourth Mondays, ness. We have gono into the most momentous war in history. Most "Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. of us thought the task before us President Thomas Lynch. was nearly finished before we cast Vice President John J. Barry. Allies. our Financial Secretary Thomas J. just lot with the see our Wo are beginning to mistake. Langan, 807 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. There is a long and bitter road ahead of us. But we have chosen McDonogh. to travel it, and there must be no Treasurer John F. Burke. faltering. The first thing Is to Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas realise the magnitude ot the burden we have elected to carry. It is not Sentinel M. J. McDermott. until the pinch comes that we can appreciate how unprepared we are proves its worth by striking at those i for the war. We shall feel the pinch grosser evils which the laxity, ot a , during the ceming months. It faithless age condones when It does (wlll stimulate hs to take the war seriously. tot openly approve. Araeriea. For prompt delivery call ?23 both phonti. -- BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. V Bold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, xcelleatSt GRUBER & DEUSER. Maasgcrs, Louisville, Ky. mmytrmsna OLDBARBEE The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED & CO. Sole Ornuri Registered Dial. No. 32, 726-73- 0 1818-182- Main Office and Salesroom, Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces For the next three weeks we are going to offer all of our laces at a liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and it will pay our customers-twrite us at once while our stock Is complete. out-of-to- West Main Street. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. Bring us your soiled, sunburned Panama that can not be cleaned. We will dye It a good black, and reshape it Don't be misled by fake advertisements. This Is the only place In the city that knows how to reshape ladles' hats. All kinds of ladieC hats cleaned, dyed and reshaped into the latest styles. Forty years In business - Is our guarantee. Our Q)JL.lV price Is . ,.... LADIES ff 713 HERRMANN IMPflftTERS BROS. Falls City Straw Works West Jefferson St. Dlg-na- n, FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers &d WholMale Dealers In Finest Barnds of Kea tacky Whiskies, especially. 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATKD Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLKDIN BOND. 234 $ Clean Grocery Stores. "lhe Best Por Less.;r Orders for 1 or more deUyArei to any part of the city. TfWttt 184). SIXTH STREET y JtCEJWriMJOBCY XKtilSH AJS&&J&X&A&. Lace Curtain and Blanket Cleaning' THIS IS THE PROPER TIME THE SWISS IS THE PLACE Your most DELICATE LACES cleaned and finished in a way that is most pleasing to those who are particular. WOOLEN BLANKETS cleaned and given SWISS finish, which means unexof your WEARING APPAREL, FLOOR COVERINGS, GLOVES AND HATS. celled Whnot select the service that is the best in the cleaning or dyeing Atlantic ocean on the East, and DRAPERIES, Lakes to the Groat on the North. Phone or send your cleaning and dyeing to the SWISS, Gulf of Mexico, to the The Swiss Service extends as far South as the who wil CUT YOUR HIGH CU51 Uf L.1V1Pj Dy eliminating Duymg new. PLANT 4 909-91- 5 WE OPERATE NINE DIFPERENT BRANCH STORES. Advance Word of the THIRTY-EIGHT- H SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS li8eeee Stewart Dry Goods S. SIXTH ST, iNconronATED 617 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE CALL 2207. WE HAVE 26 DIFFERENT TELEPHONES. HIBERNIANS. News Notes. Kaufman-Strau- s Co. FONTAINE FERRY Opens Its Season KNIGHTS OF OOLHIM What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General COMMEMORATION SALE Commences Monday, May 14th. An event in which store service in its broadest sense shall be most interestingly applied in the presentation of opportunities worthy of city wide acclaim. Every section of the store contributes to a vast assem- blage of absolutely dependable merchandise so unusally low priced as to make this Celebration surpass in savings any other specially planned merchandising event of the year. Coming at this time of high and rising prices-thcan be counted economicallyadvantageous and extra- $ ordinarily opportune. e SUNDAY Many New Lato News Members That Will Interest Hero and Co b CoBstcheo Witt James Creery I Co. New York. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS Mc f and Division i will Division 3 next Friday evening. Members of Uio order all over the country are Nocking to tho colors. The County Board Is discussing the giving of a field day this summeet-Monda- Attractions Tno High Class Vaudeville that city without opposition. other members aro Dr. Wheeler and G. O. Wood. mer. J. P. .: ' " i ',', Watch for newspaper announcements. lllb SUUTir.S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STO.... IKmtfmmfc&ttm lNCQftOMtl0 J$$$44)$4$$$$4k$4 a ANNOUNCEMENT. Competent legal authorities having declared that Dr. Ellis Duncan is ineligible to the office of Coroner of for 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 to the- action of the Democratic party at the primary, August 4, 1917, and solicit your vote and support. DR. H. E. MECHLING. on - WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU S6ANL0N 60ftL COMPANY Where the QuicR Meal Comes In lUHJl llfcflifcfK Ct oUJN, Lee Yotrng Automobile Co. Tho various societies St. MarTho Champs and Mackln held on tin's congregation havo ofunited to place In the Twin City glvo a grand May festival In the to second one wliioh need it BKtfORIi IT GETS It BALLY HOT. League on Sunday, the former de- largo school and grounds on Gray feating tho Bertrands through tho street, near Shelby, on Tuesday, Jf 5awOr GO. slugging of fillers, while Mackln May 22. Tho proceeds will bo FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS INCORPORATED. walloped its rival, Trinity, In a 9 used for tho church and school.-I333 WEST MAIN STREET Phone City 135 to 3 gamo. The K. of C team held the' afternoon euchro and lotto MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE on to the leadership by defeating will bo played, and from C to 8 slugging o'clock an elegant supper will bo the Orioles In a one-sidHas been the favorite kind. "The quality is f fest, Johnnlo (Red) Kenealoy get- served by tho ladles, for which a the best and our prices aro the,fairest. Try ting threo hits, one a charge of twenty-flv- o cents will bo i lunch. our New Blend, 2 2 lbs tho Hibernians Letters received here the past Imperials defeated Henry, of the made for adults and fifteen conts At night the choir Special Auto Delivery Service. week bring tho news that Patrick 6 to 1, although eleven men and for children. will entertain with losers, struck out musical proJ. Haltlgan, former editor of tho only allowed seven hits. Tomorrow's gramme, and besidesa other amuseNational Hibornlan, has been elect- schedule calls for an Interesting ments will bo offorod by tho young ed head reading clerk for tho contest, Champs and K. of C. men's and ladles' societies. ReBoth FhoneM 1323 SII2W. Mnrket St. House of Representatives, tho posi- meeting tho the a freshments of will for be tion having been stricken from tho great crowd will first time and 4. served on tho all kinds admlssl6n ESTABLISHED 1885. grounds, be on Diamond Congressional patronago list. Tho other contests are Bertrands being free. ys. Orioles,. Mackln vs. HIbornlanB 1'BWEB VALLEY. The FONTAINE FEKRY. and Imperials vs. Trinity. standing to date: Last Sunday tho Rev. Father All aglow in its now trimmings, Start a Saving Account with this safe, conservative, Sixty-on- e year-olWon Bank, to which you can Pet. Lost Aloy8lus' Boes, ot St. church, per cent. No We Fontalno Ferry Park add $1.00 or more at any time. givenadd absolute safety and 3the depositor ofcost to you whatever o i.ooo beautiful 4 K.ofC INCORPORATE). The same courteous attention the depositor of $1.00 or called a mooting to mako arrange- Champions J 10,00. 1 .750 throws wide its gates for tho 1917 3 ments for tho annual picnic to be Mackin ' season Sunday afternoon. Not only '3 75 NINTH AND KENTUCKY. given on the church grounds at Orioles 2 2 .500 has the park been beautified, but a Under Dm Big CM State Gowiwwrt Suptrvlslen SkwhJ and Martt Hone City 405 Gamb. South 415 Poweo Valley oa Tuosday, July 17.n, Hibernians have 2 attractions 2 .500 number of new A committee of Messrs. J, A. Fueg-lel- Bertrands 1 Chief anionc these .250 been Installed. 3 Chairman; Peter Zooller, Gar- Imperials.... 1 3 .250 win dc "The Double Whirl," said rett Foley and C. A. Baker was Trinity .000 to be the very latest thing In 0 4 formed to mako out a definito pro mechanical devices. In addition to gram mo for that occasion. A featthis a playground for children has PLAY MILWAUKEE TODAY. ure will bo a "straw vote" for the been built and tho weo tots will Where the Home Where work is quickly candidates running FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. In tho next brightest; Play- done; Our Louisville ball team will find lots of dlvortlsoment. primary. Tho one receiving tho FREE SERVICE. nouses, swings, slides and see-saWhere the work u Where cooking seem, most votes will bo presented with a play again at Milwaukee this after- will mako up the equipment, to say I there silk umbrella. Other features are noon and tomorrow and from three-gamlightest; real fun; e nothing of tho sand pile, a Joy to will go to Minneapolis for a being worked out which will Where the aaea! Where baking gives de- tho' attendance of this picnic a mako The dance series. The weather is more all children's hearts. most cooked best; light; pleasurable one. favorable for baseball now and pavilion and nil tho rest of last Where the range stenda Where drudge Is oat of much Interest is being shown In season's attractions will bo In op1101-0- 3 BAST BROADWAY. the test sight the association race. In this con- eration. In tho theater high class DEATn A SHOCK. applaud tho vaudevlllo will be "presented twice nection tho fans all That's where the the That's where For tho opening weok' a 'Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" come Miss Minnlo Woltzol Kellner, decision of Owner Wathon not to dally. bill of unusual promise Is offered. la. In. the soventeen-year-ol- d daughter of cut tho players' salaries simply of poor business tho first two Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kellner, 507 Quick Meal Gas Ranges Sold, Installed and DZi&hly ReeomjneHded RESPEOI9 PAID CARDINAL. East Broadway, died Wednesday weeks, especially when this mis morning at her home, following a fortune was duo to bad weather, Sir Eric Drummond and O. J. P. short illness of peritonitis and and It shows that ho has the true will take Donnor, members tho heart trouble. MARKET ST. she leaves two Besides her parents sportman'son Instinct and losses later Commission to the ofUnited British making up States, brothers, Frederick a chance and Fehr Kellner, for whom their on. The three piker owners who wero entertained at lunoheon by friends feel deep sympathy, Miss aro now talking of cutting the play Cardinal Gibbons at tho archeplsco-pa- l residence In Baltimore. Tho Kellner was a pupil at Presentation ers' salaries, thereby breaking their Academy, and by her amiable dispo- contracts, have no business in a visitors motored over from Washgame and should be forced out of ington and Toturned to the capital sition and cheery manner won the BOTrf PHONES 2399 VMlovo and friendship of her teachers the league. Tho attendance will" be In the afternoon. The British en0MTfc and schoolmates, who were shocked as good If not better than last year voys, both of whom are Catholics, when they learned of her death. when the weather Is right, an at- represented Arthur James Balfour, service. We are as Oive us trial for ',first-cia- ss Her funeral was hold Thursday tendance of nearly 3,000 here last head of the British mission, who close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and morning from St. Boniface church. Sunday with the weather near freez- sent a message of greeting and his night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable ing point being ample evidence. regrets at being unable to be pres chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. ent. There was no formal discusOARROLLTON. ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY. sion of any mutter during the visit, 'The annual garden partv of th$ which iMted nearly three hours, Casper Hill, a prominent and luoeeMful Carrollton business "man, Sewing Society of St, Anthony'a but the subject of home rule for received a signal honor when he Hospital will be given Wednesday j Ireland, the Cardinal mM, w$m in- SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. . I formally dlacuaaed, vu, elected .a Sohool Truetee of and Thursday, July 18 and 19. AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT Better look over yonr faiiH NOW and let hh repair tho GHILDERS ELEGTRIG ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME TJSE. High in Heat. Low in Ash. for and Congressman Gallagher Irish liberty. National President McLaughlin as has installed Thomas Keano County President, elected at a convention held in New York City. Tho most agreeable surprise at the next Minnesota State convention will bo tho great Increase In membership In St. Louis county. Division 3 of Indianapolis will give a May dance party, tho proceeds to be for tho Irish library at Notro Dame and tho death and sick fund. The Baker Theater was crowded at tho benefit for tho Ladles' Aux iliary of Portland, Ore., recognized as one of the most active Catholic organizations in that city. County President Frank Feeney feels confident that Minneapolis will soon exceed tho 1,000 mark. Every member there Is doing his bit towards reaching the goal. That the troubles In Now York county have been settled and peace made with the national body does great credit to National President McLaughlin and his administration. Kentucklans who visit Washington and meet Patrick J. Haltlgan are Invariably asked about Director Georgo J". Butler and ConState President William J. nelly and tho Kentucky Irish American editor. Among the prizes for the first whist party of tho State Board of the Ladies' Auxiliary of California, held In San Francisco, was a box of gold nugget .potatoes, donated by Bernard J. Hlggins, organizer of tho auxiliary In California. AudiRecently tho Cathedral torium at Duluth was the scone of an inspiring Initiation, when tho Ladles' Auxiliary received a class now memoers Into of twenty-flv- e tho order. After tho ceremonies all present partook of a delicious of Minneapolis. Sergeant Tom Langan, of tho initiation team, says his drills come in handy just now. who has William. 1i. Greaney, been missing since Sunday, Is a member of Division 4. Our ball team has not struck its stride as yet but will bo heard from before tho season Is much older. Divisions aro endorsing the efMcCormlck forts of Hon. Medlll plans to glvo an initiation before tho weather is too warm. , Tho Ladles' Auxiliary juvenile divisions in Indiana aro gaining much strength. Fifty applications were read at tho last few meetings or Division 6 Division 4 SACKED HEART CHURCH. Plans have progressed nicely for the May festival and entertainment to be held Monday and Tuesday for tho benefit or Sacred Heart school, Seventeenth and Broadway. Kev. Father Walsh, the zealous pastor, and tho Altar Society have made preparations elaborato for the event, and they are ably seconded by tho parishioners. Besides tho parishioners many friends of tho pastor and school aro Interested in making the project a success, and as a result there has been a good sale of tickets. Booths will bo erected, a country store opened, and many pleasing features provided. In a room adjoining the auditorium the ladles will servo Ice cream and refreshments, and for all there will be Tuesday afternoon free candy. there will be a lotto party In which there will bo much Interest, as a large number of useful awards will bo made. Entertainment will be Tho council at Oswego, N. Y., provided for young and old, and the ladles of the congregation ex- now numbers over 500 members. tend a cordial Invitation to all to May 20 the anniversary celebration attend. Uncle Josh and his country Will tako, place. District Deputy D. M. Cooper, of maids will bo at tho country store. isilzabethtown, will be hero tomorrow to assist In tho Initiation of HEADY FOH THE DERBY. -ht were in tho class just admitted at Muncie, Ind. Indianapolis will havo a big In itiation on Decoration day, May 30. A council has been instituted at Maysville, Cal., starting with seventy members. Denver Knights havo purchased a beautiful flag for the Queen of Heaven Orphanage. Active campaigns for now members havo greatly .swelled tho ranks of tho councils In California. A now council will bo instituted tomorrow at Bend, Ore. "Fifty candidates will take tho three degrees. Supreme Secretary McGlnley was In Oregon this weok, and last night attended a special meeting at Portland. Despite rainy weather there was a successful Initiation at Hastings, Neb., forty-eigreceiving tho degrees. A now council wIH'sbe Instituted May 20 at Cooperstown, N. Y., when 100 charter members will bo tnitlated. Within less than a month a class of fifty was secured at Portland, Ore., tho degrees being conferred last Sunday. Fifty-seve- Tho New York State convention opens May 27 at JJtlca, n $2.00 Shirts at $1.65 Madras and Crepo Cloth Shirts; men a big buy in which wo aro passing on tho concession that came to us! AIL are made negligee style, with soft cuffs and patterns that nro most pleasing. X Scarfs Just Arrived 55c just received a very largo shipment of these specialized lino of Men's Neckwear. Step in and Stewart seo for yourself what splendid values are offered in these Summer Scarfs. Even some Palm Beach shades are already We have shown. . , $1.00 Union Suits 2.00 Priced 85c. Knee-length, Pajamas mer-weig- ht Sleeveless Sum- Union Suits; made in Now Pajamas; mado of tho of splendid quality madras; in famous mus-th- e closed crotch style. lin; trimmed with silk loop's. Fruit-of-the-loom Priced ,$1.65. Sizes for all men are offered ? MAIN FLOOR ) 1017 Augnftt Primary I9W ,,. - VjJMhk P. S. RAY CANDIDATE Loulsvlllo Everything Is in. readiness at Churchill Downs for tho forty-thir- d Kentucky' Derby.whlch will bo run this aftornon. Now boxes havo been added both on the clubhouso roof and In the grandstand, and as usual many box parties will bo given. With a fair day and free field tho attendanco will be at least Seven raos aro on tho 50,000. card and all will bo hotly con tested. The great interest centers. In tho Derby, which will bring out tho greatest race horses tho turf lias ever known." This will bo a history making Derby and the finish promises to bo full of thrills and excitement. The meeting will continue twelve days," with the Debutante Stakes tho feature for Monday, the Bashford Manor Stakes for Wednesday and tho Clark Handicap for Saturday. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Council. Indianapolis Council has identified itself with the Red Cross, which Jias tho approval of tho Bishop of the diocese. xwontyoigiu wore enncnuates Initiated on Sunday at Cannelton. Ind. Thomas Mapothor, of Louis ville council, was a speaker at tho bannHet. A most striking feature of the parade when tho members attended mass last Sunday at Canneltont inu., was uio mammoth American Hag of Jasper Council, 34x60 feet and tho laregst in Indiana. Preparatory to tho initiation of a class of seventy-flv- o tho members of Toledo Council will meet at tho Brody House tomorrow morning and march to tho , Cathedral, whero they will assist at mass and receive holy communion. FOR Coftmty .Olejnk Subject to Action of Democratic Party f4M444444$4.4i 1917 AUOUSr PRIMARY 1917 i mm CHAS. C. WHEELER CANDIDATE FOR I ST. MARTIN'S. COUNTY i Subject JUDGE to the Action of the Democratic Party, ed two-bagg- er. HtP vv JOHN M. MULLOY ONE) XOIr,iJR.. d ". GERMAN INSURANCE BANK AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. BE SURE TO CALL FOR so w. Autos and Taxis For Hire JSE - McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. IL McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, y