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BABKR KENTUCKY NO. 20. VOLUME XXXVIII. j j i. iroji LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1917. . 1 rish American ,' i, i SCREENS Made br Dow Wire & Iron Works Will Protect Yob PRICE FIVE CENTS. KNIGHTS H J.eish, A. Conte.-.jiB. WGrordon.i-AVartb- .TwdorhBldo, Jjeo .JU Weber,' P. John i J, Burke, Nicholas 'Dtclsbabh,Elbrlflgo EXIGENCIES Clarence J. Rodmon. J. Na'bcr and Clurabu Make Patriotism the Keynote of Council Banquet. KNIGIITS OF 8T. JOHN. " Tpp anniliil rwf .jncetVng TnS iAc TCn-int- 'BB(!aV fit .and 'reports showed tho order In In tho Catholics' Loyalty to Fluff Eulog- lexcellont condition. imposing after Resolutions Adopted by Execunoon there was an street ized by Very Itev. Father tive Board of the Central paradouln which the Louisville and Now Albany ' Coninianderiw ,took Crowley, Ve'rcin. part.i Each company carried a ing present from In TofFnrflnniWIlA thrcc-- j session. Delegates were fhamnl 1S the Arising From tho War Between the United States and fM la4 1 ' " " Germany,. should ctSgago competent speakers td cxpIJila rnodern needs wm!h. lauur i7v ijaiuaiousiy.io aispeii tne Unjustified tdlstr'ust,- hero and ''there appafenty uy ucuvciy wu civic and charitable movements, more specially tho wo'rk o'f tho Red . cTs" . Cross, Tf le TnlJjrT in tu4 u h - Irig's,; , STANLEV Fight On -. - . i tllaly-Ilcckha- m l?, alffcover, the State, St. Boniface. Bh6ttWi.ntt ii. .o jcai, nun vueu vur pttrpieare in need of comfort and strength and dlvlnn it la anm1 right and Just that we Invoke tho In.terccsfiilon pf the- apqstlq of jur bo omittisfd - Plaris. . tempting- to Seed - Party Present War a Death Knell to Wave of BigotryWhlch Bias Been Rampant. large, United Stages flag and the marchers also didnlavcd the colors' MHHfauson was selected as the Meeting: Considers Problems place for the 1918, meeting. Arising- Prom the State of - on the meaning ,o tho patronage of St, Boniface, general holy, 6o.m- tmMatt'aa munlnn nf .thA- varfiriiio should be Included In every pro- Kramnie. - Control. Kovlcw of lialy-Bcckha- in War. WHAT DUTY ence in JlgiTf Ifears of Local Politics. ALWAYS Influ. Democracy has been caused by the. politicians; many Stanley men having grown lukewarm in tholr nimnnr-- t nn..vt McDermott men still disappointed. -Yet, etrango to say, liquor nioftj wh'Olefcalo aHd rotallf WliatSoutlt Longford Slen. Fein and city employes, are being aBked Victory in Irish Election to. ypt.e fora, HalyiBeckimm-epre"" Bcntativ5 for Sherjrr in, a DemoMeans. cratic primary, lnci'dcnfally nbno 61 these- pltv m. Dloyefl would, 'be nn Hin nnvrnll ., i .tf i day. if ,tho plan, had Official "Nationalla Party.Ag'aUi --JiHcrctmea by Stinging In 1909 and M&vor nnstir-mx-oin 1S13 fend If their programme for Defeat. McChesney'p election had been carried put n,one of the liquor men would be In 'businetfa today. Any Partition WJU Complicate localHaly-Beckha- m WARNING. - offico-'holder- fl -- 4 .office-holders-a- Haly-Beckha- m r governments Settlement of Problem. 3IG ATTENDANCE AT BANQUET tkw X Mr H - council, and the first speaker was Ladies' Auxiliary of tho Ancient OrVory Itev. T. L. Crowley, O. P., der of Hibernians, will visit Louis-vlll- o Prior of St. Louist Bertrand's for tho first time next Tueschurch. Father Crowley said: day and Wednesday. Tho local "There were sixty young men auxiliary, of which Mrs. Dan Doughwho joined the order this afternoon, erty is President, has arranged to and it (will bo a correct gauge of givo her a real- Kentucky wolcome, thefeelings of the entire member-Shi- which will open with an Informal of the order, in the country to reception and literary entertainment judge by tho feelings of those boys for members at tho Hibornian this afternoon. Every one of them Homo, 1818 Portland avenue, next no doubt 'will do his service at the Tuesday evening. The homo will firing lino wlth the same grim de- be tastefully decorated In green and termination, the same devotion that gold and red white and blue, and has .characterized soldiers of their a .dajnty luncheon will be served, religion in wars of the past. Hlberniansi have tondered tholr "Members! of this order," he said, automobiles for a trip over tho city who are good followers and visit to schools and .academics of the teachings of their church, In tho interest of Irfsh' history. On Wednesday evening Mrs. know that the church teaches, first and foromost, a stanch love of will bo honor guest at a country. The Supreme Knight of public reception and literary enterthis order not long sinco told Presi- tainment in St. Patrick's Hall, Sixdent Wilson that the entire mem- teenth and Market, when addresses bership of this order was willing to will bo delivered by Very Rev. do what each individual could in James P. Cronln, V. G., County aiding the United States in its hour Chaplain: Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, of need. His offer wad immediately O. P., Chaplain of Division 4, and accepted. This compliment hardly tho National President. Mrs. Mcneeds an explanation." Whortor has a national reputation M. J. Honnessy, Commonwealth's as a speaker and has traveled all Attorney of Augusta, tho next over the United States in tho inspeaker, laid particular stress in his terest of Irish history. Born in Ire talk of the death knell of bigotry land, she has natural Irish wit and that the present war (has sounded. a very pleasing manner, and all are "Since timo immemorial," ho said, certain to enjoy her visit. Whllo "bigotry has Tun rampant in this; hore Mrs. McWhorter will bo tencountry, as well as in tho Old dered a banquet by tho auxiliary. World: The present state of affairs On tho reception committeo are MIs3 t; will forcvpr end the work of tho Fanny Kennedy, Past Stato bigots who have tried to poison the Miss Bertha King, Stato Secminds of the public. Tho eyes of retary; Miss Mary Corcoran, County all tho world now are centered upon President; Mrs. ' D. J. Dougherty, the timo when tho Star Spangled President; Miss Margaret Hourigan, Banner shall float over the battle Secretary; Misses M. Donahue, Lily trenches in Franco. And when that Callahan and B. Ballman, Mrs. J. time comes you will find fighting Wattorman and Mrs. M. Sheehan. under Its folds, and shoulder to Visitors are expected from all tho shoulder, Catholic and Protestant, auxiliaries) and divisions in this secJew and Gentile. All talk of racial tion of the country. feeling or of religious feeling will be missing In tho minds of those CENTRAL COSDHTTEE. boys fighting for America." Hennessy, Bigotry, said Mr. A lively and interesting meeting neither defiles nor corrodes a noble of tho Central Committeo, Catholic mind. Illustrating, he said that a Knights of America, was held in St. Ultle whllo ago, during tho fighting John's Hall. President William In Franco, a Catholic priest was Cushlng ocupied tho chair and the mortally wounded whilo on "his routine (business was quickly transmisuion of mercy" among the dead acted. The Laws Committeo had and dying on tho field. "Tho first not comploted its work, hut will man to reach his sido when ho report at the June meeting. Major fell," he concluded, "yras a Jewish Gon. Michael Relchert read a synrabbi, who reverently lifted to tho opsis of the reports submitted at lps of the dying priest tho cross the Executive Committee meeting of the Nazarcne." at St. Louict which showed a net Tho Itev. Edwin Rowan, of tho increaso or 600 members during tho Passlonist order, in a talk on "Tho past six months. Announcement was Church and Socleticd," and an ad- made of tho coming visit of the dress on "Your Council and Mine," Supreme President, Dr. Felix by Camden It. McAtee, closed post- Gaudln, of New Orleans, and Suprandial activities. premo Trustee Michael Quinn, of The degreo team, consisting of Brooklyn, and the Entertainment Judge Justin McCarthy, Bornard Committeo was Instructed to Ccens and M. J. Coffey, of Chicago, with tho Catholic Knights who came to Louisville to admin- Social Club and President Fleck, ister the degrees to tho candidates, whose guestrt they will bo. It is also were honor guests at the ban- hoped that tho ladles' branch can quet. bo Instituted while thoy aro here. Tho banquet was In charge of Sunday night President Gaudln will Comthe following Entertainment deliver Ills most Interesting illusmittee: Gcorgo II. Naber, Chairman; trated lecturo at St. Martin's Hall, Edward Etheridge, C. A. Decker, and tho Catholic public will bo Thomad D. Clines, Raymond Bar- welcomo without any admission fee. rett and Thomas W. Tarpy. The following list of candidates MACKIN COUNCIL. were Initiated in tho afternoon: Considering interest Barry, L. D. Bax, Jr., Ed- tho meetln'g thoMonday shown at John J. evening, ward T. Bright, William B. Camp- preparations for the summer outbell, Ben Chapeze, Joseph E. Conk-lin- ings are moving along In a lively B. Paul Doherty, WUlliam D, Finnegan, fashion at Mackin Council. A speDoherty, Arthur James F. Fltzpatrick, Joseph W. cial committee of fifteen young men, H. Alexander, who aro tho most lively and ardent Fowler, Frank workers in Charles L. Frank, Edward Green-wal- pointed by the council, was ap President Hubbuch to Jacob Haller, J. W. Heskamp, Edward W. Hihkle, George H. .Hur make these outings the most en ber, James C. Hyland, A. T. Kaiser, joyable ever held. The members John T, Kenney, Charles A. Kirn were very much pleased to hear of Edward D. Krebs, Leo A. Krebs, the promotion of the Rev, Father Clifford Lee, John T. Lee, John S. Felten, tho worthy chaplain In the John council, to St. Martin's church, and Lovett, George M. Lyons, Lynch, Robert G. McQuie, James forwarded a letter of congratulaRobert T. Burke, G ,0'Brien, Rev Martin O'Connor, tions to him. William J. O'Connor, William L. Grand President of the Y. M. I. in Palmar, Joseph B. Piazza, Dell J. the Atlantic jurisdiction, spoke In Russell. Leo F. Schaffner, John M. regard to the formation of Catholic Sehmitt, Herman J. Shook, Louis young men's associations in the G. Stelnmetz, eltlss throughout the country. There I. Schranz, John A. was a good attssdaaee, which it is Richard J. Swssosy, George Tinol, "William C. .Vanes, Hsary, bepsd will oatiaue. - WELCOME TO ICEXTUCKY. war. Tho blessing was said toy Itev. Mrs. Mary McWhortor, of ChiJ. P. O'Mahoney, Chaplain of the cago, National President of tho Patriotism was tho keynote of tho banquet given by tho local Knights of Columbus last Sunday evening at tho Tyler Hotel, tho banquet following the initiation of About a class of sixty candidates.great en450 were present and thusiasm was manifested by those present at tho mention of Presidont Wilson's name or of tho Catholics' loyalty to tho American flag. Joseph A. Fueglein, State Lecturer, acted as toastmaster and in his opening remarks told that, while ho sympathized with Germany previous to the entrance of tho United States Into tho war, there is no longer any question as to whero he or any good American citizen should stand. He said, though his ancestors wore German, ho and his kind will bo found backing up the President and lending every aid to the country in waging an aggressive and successful 7:iti ! '1H DEMANDS OF ALL FOUGHT ORGANIZATION CABLES FROM TINES Tho Exectitivo H:''!!Ki V&'i ' AWvBBiBBBBBM FATHER FRANCIS FELTEN. New Pastor at St. Martin's. p, Presfi-den- g, d, , man Catholic Central Verein met in St. Louis to consider tho extraordinary exigencies arising from aBaSIBy!9B the war between our country and Germany. Tho following resolutions 4doptcd by the meeting are a new proof of tho splendid sbrvicc this veteran organization is doing for the cause of organized Catholic rt lSBBSBBBBBBWr VnlrflHBBSBBBW in the United States. Lovo of one's country is natural to man; onobled an'd fostered by the spirit of Christianity It produces tho fairest fruits. Wo acknowledge our duty of obedience to properly constituted authority by subscribing to tho sentiments or the apostlo which he voices when ho says: "Let every soul be subject to higher power; ifor there is no power but rrom God and those that .are aro DR. FELIX GAUDIN, Supreme President. C. K. of A. ordained by God. Thoreroro ho that rcslstotli the power resisteth the ordinance or God. And they RECENT DEATHS. that resist purchase, to themselves! damnation. . . . Whereroro be subValentino Humpich, eighty-thre- e ject of necessity, not only for wrath, years old, a retired grocer and one of the toest known German residents but also for conscience' sake." Taught by tho church, this senti- of the East End, succumbed to the ment has been firmly interwoven infirmities or age Tuesday night Into tho fibre of our Ideals. Wo at his hpme, 76.4 Brent street. Deknow thererore what duty demands! ceased was1 a native or Prussia, but or us, what we owo to our country, Mad lived here for oyer half a centhe United States, and we aro ready tury. Ho was a member of tho to act accordingly. Catholic Knights of America, St. years ago, the Joseph's Orphan Society and St. Founded sixty-twCentral Verein, constituted today Martin's glen's Society. Surviving from more than 1,700 charitable, him are seven children, Benjamin, benevolent land rratcrnal societies, Frederick and Henry Humpich, Mrs. has ever been mindftd or these in- Joseph Stengel, Mrs. Thomas Lath- junctions, and its aim has always wooa, Mrs. George Keller and Miss been to further tho public weal by, Rosa Humpich, and twenty-fiv- e nil means at Its command. Tho grandchildren. Funeral, services present crisis demands of us ex wore heldyestnrday3Rncjmffig2uL'SL. iraoruinary efforts. Times of war Martin's church. test not only the physical but still more tho moral tlbro or a nation. News of tho death or Mrs. Mary They test tho people's sense of so Donahue following a stroke or cial duty and its faculty for organ- paralysis at Duncan, Ind whero ized effort. It becomes therefore she was visiting her daughter, Mrsl our duty to increase and Intensify James Duncan, caused deep sorrow all of those activities! heretofore among her rrionds in Louisville carried on, which may tend to assist and Jefforsonville. where sho was ana strengthen tho moral, physical widely known and respected. Sho and material preparedness of our was the widow of James Donahue country; to initiate such new en and was soventy-ftv- e years old. For deavors as may seem necessary. We yeard she had made her homo in must not remain indifferent or in- this city with her two sons, James active, wo must demonstrate to our and Edward Donahue, and two people how-tmeet the difficulties1 daughters, Mrs. John Riloy and arising from the war, Instruction Mrs. Emma Donahue. Her body was and organization, ever the watch- brought ot Jeffersonvlllo and taken word of tho Central Verein, must to the homo or Mr. and Mrs. James be insisted upon even more than McGinty, 318 Indiana avenue, tho rormerly. runeral taking place Tuesday altor-noo- n Only a morally sound and strong rrom St. Augustine's church. people will stand tho test or war and successrully bear Its conseSt. Patrick's parish mourns the quences. From Its very beginning death of another or its faithrul tho Central erein has striven to members, Mrs. Catherine Quinn, foster morality, thrift, domesticity widow or Peter Quinn, who passed without away Tuesday night at tho homo and the other virtues, which a nation can not prosper, or her daughter, Mrs. John Trlco, neither in peace nor at war. We 2011 Lytle street. Mrs. Quinn had muse now devise means and meth- been ill for four months, but had ods for Inculcating and strengthenborno her suffering with tho Chrish ing these same virtues even moro, tian fortitude that marked hor life. with a view to their relation to the Besides the daughter with whom problems arising from tho grave sho made her home sho is survived times of war. Tho scarcity of food by two sons, William and M. J. may be overcome to a degrjvo by Quinn, and by another daughter, the practice of Christian virtues Mrs. Charles Bardsley, or Indianand by Inculpating tho principles of apolis. Funeral services were held solidarity. Moro so than over the Friday morning, Rov. Father Cronin purity and strength of youth must celebrating the requiem high mass Abovo all those and In his sermon on' lire's uncerbo safeguarded. who aro called to arms must be tainty paying feeling tribute to tho offered protection against the at- deceased. tacks of their most insidious foe, moral ruin; wo must securo for Mrs. Mary Hoffman Christ, aged them propor means to meet dangers) wast released from from this source. Remedies must earthly sufferings Monday morning bo found for the poverty and misery at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. which will surely overtake some of John Rapier, 1210 Ray avenue. For our people, onco the war levies Its three weeks sho had been ill and on toll from our midst. Our activity, Saturday was stricken with parhowever, must not coaso with these alysis. Mrs. Christ had led an and kindred measures. Within late exemplary lire, was a generous years tho work of tho Contral giver to charity and was loved by a Verein in tho field of sfoclal en- wide circjo or acquaintancesl She deavor has been carried on suc- was tho widow or Georgo Christ, cessfully. To thoso already existing ono of the proprietors or Christ's the war will add many other Brewery, of which his father, tho problems affecting the farmer, the lato Michael Christ, was tho laborer, the merchant, in short all rounder. Her husband's death occlasses of society. The full scope curred three years ago. She is surand reach of these problems wo can vived by three children,. Mrs. Fred not as yet forsee. Hinkelboin, Mrs. John Hanafco and Still moro than In the pastt, it Mrs. John Rapier; rour grandchilmust therefore be the concern of dren, two brothers, Lawrence and tho Central Verein to engage In Jodsph Hoffman, and two sisters, promoting sound and constructive Mrs. Edward Barlnger and Mrs. legislation. Our leagues and socle-tie- s Frank Greunewald, tho latter of with munici- Bellvllle, Ind. She was a member should pal, State and national authorities of St. Brlgld's church, from whero In leading our people to a Dotter the funeral was held Wednesday comprehension of modern needs and morning. In an endeavor to solve the difficulties of our times by legislation KEEP BISHOP BUSY. and through personal Initiative. For the next six weeks the Right A further task of the Central Rev. Denis O'DonaghUe. Bishop of Verein, the accomplishment of Louisville, will be kept extremely which will prove of inestimable busy administering the sacrament benefit to the religious and civic of confirmation throughout the dio welfare of our people, Is to act as cese. The pastors are also busv conciliator and arbitrator between preparing the children for their the various nationalities making up first communion and the Bishop's aur population. In order thus to visitation. Already tho Bishop has be able to act as leader and ad- visited St. Helen's, St. Joseph's, St. viser to the Catholics of German Anthony's and St. Mary Magdalen's. descent, and to be in a position to Tomorrow there will be first com labor In the Interests of public munion and eoBfirmatlon at St. welfare to the fullest extent, all Boniface ehureh and also at St, leagues and societies affiliated with Peter'sL Ob June 3 there will be the Central Verein should as usual first eoimtna!e at- Holy Name hold their oonvestloas and mt- - church. Board of toe JHHssBIM.''' Gor- - Sft Democrats! throughout fr8ssBB of-fo- o fifty-seve- n, , Kentucky have their ear' to the ground on the roads leading from Frankfort waiting td hear tho broadside from Gov. A. O. Stanley that he Is ex&'' pected to deliver or should dellvor against tho active machinations of HT sHrflPH,- ni tho politicians, other' wise known as tho Democratic For- W-alfm.S walLd. J,afeueThls lattr bunch of iJ prohibition rerormers have been overly bold in their movements in unuiupiuu aiciauon or tho Democratic party, serving notice that jJiBiiwi they will oppose this Representative or that Senator, because or vlewd, and boldly attempting to select the Sherifr in every county, principally for control of the election machinery. At a recent meeting of the Forward -- fugue nem ai tno home of Dr. A J. Aloxandor, its President, Haly OAPT. MICHAEL QUINN, and our prohibition Senator were Supreme Trustee, C. K. of A. ably represented by Robert Phillips, a ralthrul follower FATHER FRANCIS FELTEN. and and H. V. the recent candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Gov- forTho Rev. Father Francis Felten, tho past eighteen years ernor on the prohibition ticket, and ralthrul and zealous pastor or the St. whom it is rumored was selected by Auugstine's colored Haly in a dream, which dream later ple, was lastchurch lor appointedpeoSaturday by on was shattered by tho voters. Col. Right Bishop Patrick H. Callahan, or this city, succeed Rev. late Rev. O'Donaghue to the Louis C. Ohle ono of tho newest prohibitionist as! pastor or St. church, reformers and rumored candidate one or the largest Martin's Catholic German ror Senator on a dry nlatform. prottent and can be counted on ror congregations in Kentucky. Father Felten has a nlco financial contribution to tho the colored been a real shepherd to people and endeared fund. Of course to tho s understood that these prohibi-it hlmseiryears his flock during many so well sorved he has tionist reformers don't use money thpm. Under his leadership they vv. mnuuw vines or corrupt new church have built election, but It will be used to tho and school a beautiful succeeded in and have enteriirisest The Grape Juice Bryan and stories of many band is known all over tho Beckham's long (?) fight for prohi- parish city and is composed entirely of bition. To the surprise of many, Gov. colored musicians. The announceto leave them, Stanley has done nothing thusi tar ment that ho was Felten Sunday made by Father to circumvent the plans of tho morning, caused deep regret among his only public parishioners and brought tears montlon of their efforts being made histho eyes or many who were loath to at tho St. Patrick's day banquet at to part with him. Father Felten Lexington, in which he told jsomo mass at mighty plain truths concerning the will celebrate his laslt morning St. and class or men who try to ride into Augustine's tomorrow preach his tarowell offico on the waves of fanatical pro- following Sunday hosermon. On tho will enter upon hibition. One of tho Governor's pastor of St. Martin's. closest friends told the writer that his duties as Frankenborger, who Stanley is only biding his time and Rev. a Martin was assistant at ror time the thlsl friend, who is a resident of Cathedral stationed at Jefferson county, called nnrtfpninr St. Martin's,and since named pastor had been attention to the Sherirr's race, say- - at St. Augustine's, and will cele b ijiu original men high tomorrow hero, James B. Brown and Edward brate the In ihlm mass morning. tho Humphrey, were the backers or ple will find a worthy colored peosuccessor to McNally, candidate ror Sherirr. Felten. To both tho This was commented upon by Tom Father Irish American extends Kentucky be3t Cromwell, of Lexington, in the Cin- wishes and congratulations. cinnati Enquiror last Sunday, and has been wldels discussed hnm SUPREME OFFICERS COMING. among Democrats. The consensus of opinion is) that it would bo coming Sunday should bo political suicide for tho Democratic a This lotter day for tho red Catholic party to select tho Tenresnnt.itlvn Knights ttoclal Club and tho Cathof this prohibition faction, which olic Knights of America, uas none everything to wreck tho havo ror visitors Supreme who will President Democratic organization in Louis- Felix Gaudln, or New Orleans, and ville, and It Is charged and never Supremo Trusteo Michael Quinn, or denied that Haly worked and con- Brooklyn. Upon their arrival Suntributed to Axton's success four will be met by years ago against Mayor Bu:he- - day morning theyGen. M. Relchert, President Fleck, moyer ana tno Democratic ticket. Col. Joe McGinn, Eugene McCarthy Yet there are some advising Demoothers and taken crats to vote for McNally and givo andmass and then to in automobiles to tho Tyler Hoof tho election machinery tel, which will be headquarters durcontrol to the machine for ing their visit. During tho atter-noo- n ruture purposes. it Is Intended ir possible to A little review or local Demoestablish a ladles' branch or tho cratic history will show that the order here, sufficient applications inriuence since it securo crept into local politics has como having been made to will bo aa char-to- r. At night pretty near wrecking the organiza- lic meeting atthere Martin's pubHall, tion. In 1909, headed' by Col. John Shelby and Gray, St. which to CathH. Whallon. Col. James P. Whallnn olics aro invited without all any ree and, Col. Frank McGrath, tho local ror admission. The Social Club has party won a sterling arranged a meritorious programme uemocraiic victory against great odds, thQ en- to be rendered in connection with tire city, county and Custom House tho illustrated lecturo or Dr. Gau machinery being against them, this dln, which will be ono that all will victory uniting the party as it had appreciate. The subject of the lec Hover boon in twenty years. Even turo will be "The Founder of tho as rar nacK as that timo tho Haly- - Catholic Church and His Followers," uecicnam cotene in Louisville, gem. pronounced has headed by Dan O'Sulllvan, fought and Jame3been Avcrdlck, of a CovingDr. A. tho straight Democratic ticket. ton, writes that tho locturo Is the With McCreary's election in 1911 strongest sermon ho ever heard Haly came Into power and saw to preached and should bo repeated it that O'Sulllvan and other friends wherever the Catholic Knights have got on tho State l. Two there of yeara later that influenco was a branch or should is a house InGod. None miss this against Mayor Buschemeyer and tho structive and groat treat, which will Democratic ticket, and one year bo enhanced by many beautiful later, iai4, many Democrats here views. wero bamboozled Into supporting Beckham for Senator on tho plea noNORED noriaNS. that ho and Haly would drop their prohibition farco. Receiving tho In appointing Hon. John P. Hopnomination through- - thousands of Democratic (T) votes from the kins, former Mayor of Chicago, to membership on the War Defense mountains, Beckham was elected in Council of Illinois, Gov. Lowdon has November over Wlllson, principally through the big major- given marked recognition to tho of tho Prairie State. ity rolled up hero in Louisville, and on election night the writer beard CENTENNIAL. Beckham say, "I will never forget Louisville Democrats for what they May 30 this year did today." As many of usi can hundredth of anniversary willofbo the testify.-vhnever has, but not in the ordination of the first priest to tho reway expected, the following being ceive holy orders the sacrament a concrete example, bringing out In New England. Heofwas the Rev. McChesney to beat Lieut. Gov. Denis Ryan, who spent a good porfor Governor, who was tion of his prlaetly life on the Louisville's overwhelming choice. Catholic missions In Maine, espeThus It can be seen that In the cially at Whitefield and Damarls-cott- a, past eight years the only split in Haly-Beckham kW3WV - vtJH r ?V,JuH fav'HHJb 'IPP-- ' II - K,.:. "",(''.; .'.'7iH ;'.;w--' BPF-'f- - 4:tjl - -- Haly-Beckha- m office-holde- r, Haiy-ueckha- m 3ocial-senvic- o uaiy-uecKha- m as will bo gleaned from tho follow ing London Times cablegrams to tho American press: Commenting on the Sinn rvi- vlctory in South Longford the Times correspondent in Dublin says: "McGuinness, the successful candidate, is) now in prison for hla an-sociatlon with tho Irish. robelHon. The question whethor ho Is a felon or a misdemeanant, on which tho validity of tho election seems to hang, is ono for tho Parliamentary Jurlst. Tho fact of immedlato importance is that tho Nationalist party in one of the most critical moments of its career has Tho Nationalist party can no longer regard ad securo any seat In the three southern provinces of Ireland. It is another warning that no settlement can be based on a temporary or permanent partition, and complicates tho Government's problem, for it discredits still further tho official Nationalist party, and will increase the fears and suspicions of tho Unlonistd of Ulster. To all Irishmen a settlement today scema more remote than ever. Tho result in South iim. lord Is a now exDosuro of tho inn. gcr or county option. It seems that at least two Nationalist counties would bo able ir they, chotto to voto themselves out or homo rule , Under such a Jinmn i bllity will not bo disregarded br any 'body who appreciates the mischievous and irresponsible temper which prevails in Nationalist Ire land at tho present time." Tho Times correspondent at Belfast wires: Ulster Unionists are wondering what effect the result will have upon tho Government's homo rule proposals taken in conjunction with tho Irish Bishops' manifesto. Archbishop Walsh's letter against nartltion Is r.lr. ni the prospect of nn agreed settle ment received a setback. In view or these recent events Ulster' Is moro determined thnn mrnr nnt A submit to a Parliament in Dublin, which it is now manirest would be dominated by tho most extreme and aisioyai element of Irish politics. tho section Which onnosnii nil rnn. nectlon not only with Great Britain. oui me uritisn mpire, whoste only Ideal is COniDlotfl lRnl.it Inn na n small republic. The Times says editorially: "Tho result should enforco still further-thobvious truth that Irishmen must find their own nnlntlnn In Ttland, and not at Westminster. The Immediate tadk or tho British Government Is to lay down the limitations of tho Irish constitution within the empire anil safeguard tho Irish minority. For tho rest make Irishmen themselves responsible for framing their own form of suf-rore- The recent elections in Ireland havo created political confttm.itrA. d. c - local Andrew Bonar Law, Chancellor of tho Exchequer, announced in tho House of Commons on Tuesday that Premier Lloyd George would' make a communication to tho added, was prepared to allot Monday for discussion of tho question, josepn uevun, memoor or the House for the Western division of Belfast, asked: "What la tho mnan- lng of this tricky method whereby mis matter will bo communicated to tho leaders of the party instead or to tho House Irish of Commons?" Mr. Law replied that he did not think the charco of trlcklnesa was justified. Tho Premier, ho said', would send In advance to tho leaders of tho Irish parties tho pro posals which tho Government had, in view. It surelf was nnt n. AitU advantage elthor to tho subject Itself or to tho House that before tho discussion tdok place some idea of tho Government'd proposals should bo known to the leaders. John Dillon charged tho Government with abandoning and breaking us promiso to maico tho statement to tho House. Mr. Law denied this. Ho said It would not h thn hnai method simply to announce tho pro posals to tno House before the Dartv leaders bnd nn ' nnnnrtnnltw or judging them. Tho Government,' ho continued, had nald ft wnitld tin its best to effect dattloment and It sua naa that Intention. Whatever view wad taken regarding the Gov;ernment's nrnnnsnla hv thA TrlaV leaders the Government statement woum bo made In tho House of -, Haly-Beckha- m wnicn woum no in their hands by tomorrow. Thn nnvurnmnnt ha Irish leaders on the Irish question Haly-Beckha- m pay-rol- ex-Go- v. Irlsh-Amorlca- ns o ott ; John Redmond, leader of the Irish Nationalists in the Houde of Commons, on Thursday rejected the proposal of Premier Lloyd George for a settlement of the home rule.' nueetlon. but anrtintail tha nrnnnul for the Immediate calling of a con a goveratnsat vention to decide,-oior ireiana. Commons on Monday. J HZtti&'FTXO'Bzrsr May 21 Euchre and lotto party, St. Patrick's schol hall, Thirteenth SATURDAY. PUBLISHED BVKRY and Market, evening only. May 28. May day social, Young UwH4 to (be SoeM tai Moral AJraaweawt t WA AmrkaM aad CaiteHs. Ladles' Sodality of St. Ann's churcn, ' cojc CHSefcrity Iadeisd br Aaateat Otter ot Hifeacatesa, afternoon and evening. UcttttUa and CatfaeHc BoigMa of Aiaeriea. May 30 PIcturo show and vaudeKMHTUOKY IWI8H AMERICAN PrllNTtNQ CO., Incorporated, Puallahra ville, at Norman Theater, auspices Social Club. SINQLB COPY t of Hibernian 49SSCRIPTIQN PRICK, ONH DOLLAR PER YEAR May 29 Minstrel show, auspices of Social Club, C. K. of A., at Ber- flatte. BeUr4 at Mia LaateTlH PettaMc M 8 ss xijsxi AJsan&jatx&AJSi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVBNTS. Mcnne, left Saturday for a visit to Atlantic City and New York. V Col. Charleal P. Dehler and Mrs. Dehler wero hosts at a box party at tho Derby In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter Keobler, of Now York. , . .. iopo air. ana iiirs. ueorgo announco the engagement of their daughter, Miss Edna Tepo, to Fred G. Boyco. Tho wedding will tako place May 24. - HERMAN STRAUS rOURTM AVEKUC iNcapaAreo SONS MARKET STREET J ' We Give end Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. aMrtMiH Ct-m- to tea KINIUOR HM5H AMERICAN, 1121 West Qreee St. trand Hall, CTRADESraMCQUNCH. LOUISVILLI, KY..., PATRIOTIC DUTY. s SATURDAY, rrrn as trust In going after the coal Judge Robinson, Common-wealth'Attorney Huffaker and hla assistant, Loraino Mix, are but doing a patriotic duty, ad It stands to reason that the average man will hesltato a. littlo bofore taking up arms and going to the front for his country It he knowB that his family are to be left at tho mercy of the coal "trust and food speculators. WELCOME. i it Dark! Well, and what of that? Didst fondly dream tho sun would TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS never set? No Dost fear to lose thy way? darkness yet. HOPES FOB PEACE. Learn thou to walk hy faith, more suro than eight; Wo have been at war with GerPope Benedict hopes for Just many ono month, yet no hostile gun Thy steps will guided bo, and guided poaco and the speedy ending of the right. great and awful struggle now going has been fired by either side. May Hard! Well, and what of that? on among tho European nations. tho war thus end. Didst fancy life ono summer holietrlfo may soon That the fratricidal day, TRUTHS ABOUT ULSTER. cease, tho Holy Father appeals1 to With lessons nono to learn, and 1017 August Primary 1017 nought but play? There is much misinformation tho people and orders that, beginGo, get thee to thy task! Conquer ning on Juno 1, fervent prayers bo concerning tho Ulster situation in or die! Ireland regarding 'how tho peoplo of offered up during tho month of tho that province look upon tho homo It must bo learned! On patlenco Sacred Heart for tho restoration of rule question. Thereforo tho folthou rely. tho peace, with a special appeal to tho lowing truths will dissipate No Help! Nay, It's not so! CANDIDATE 3TOR Blessed Virgin for her Intervention, erroneous impression that has been Though human help bo far, thy created by press reports that emanform of tho Litany of in tho God Is nigh, ate from London and English with the additional peace In sources: Who feeds the ravens, hears his children cry. Tho assertion that "practically vocation for which ho gave special all tho counties in Ulster are against He's near thee, whersoo'er thy footALUMNAE PARTY. permission In November, 1916. Thirty-Sixt-h steps roam, Senatorial District homo rule" is far removed from theeo, light 13 quite And He will guide the truth. Yet tho mistake Tho Louisville ladles of the TAICE THE CAKE. thee, help theo home. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. a common one. No doubt many Alumnao Society of St. Catherine's A. R., Paducah. American newspaper readers have Academy at Springfield will enterWhen least expected tho valiant gained the idea that tho whole tain their frlonds next Saturday and loyal Junior Order has been provinco of Ulster Is a stronghold HaxBJX8offlac9aaaaHXKKKc) afternon with abridge, euchre and Fon 1917 August Primary This Is 1917 heard from, tho first time since tho of Irish five hundred party at tho Tyler Hotel. Tho ladles in charge aro COUNTY COMMISSIONER declaration of war. But it is not natural enough, considering that in particularly in Misses Phoebo Harris, Loretta Tighe, with an offer of their Borvlces to London news, and to Action of Democratic Party. the report of Parliamentary de- KSX8X8CSe8SS3$S$&KKgKeCKK8CI and Mesdames J. C. Hood, Nellio Subject primary August , their country. Oh no, not they! bates, such phrases as "Ulster opCorbett and John P. Cassllly. v Candidate for concern Is their position," "Ulster's demand" and Their greatest Miss Jennio V. Dowling is home stomachs, and in proof of this it is "Ulster's resistance" have become BY FALL. HURT as misleading to familiar. Yet only necessary to print tho follow- say that Ulster itisisopposed to homo from a pleasant visit with friends at Bardstown. Mrs. Margaret Carroll, aged seving, which they furnished tho dally rulo as it would bo to speak of tho enty, residing at 513 North Seven press: Now York State delegation In tho J. J. Fitzgerald spent last week teenth street, was qulto painfully Order House of Representatives asl "tho in New York City, registered at Injured when she tripped over a "Banner Council, Junior Subjoct to Action of Tammany delegation." Substitute tho Horald Square. North Seventeenth wlro at 208 United American Mechanics, adopt- tho "Orange" for substantlvo She was removed to hor street. Democratic Party ed resolutions at their last meeting "Ulster" in the above quoted Miss Cecilia Cavanaugh, of New homo and given prompt attention. asking Copgress to take control and phrases, and you havo a correct Albany, left the first of tho week Sho Is resting easy and will suffer for a visit at Dayton. no serious results from tho accident. operate during the war all coal definition. in the Ulster is represented 1017 Primary Angttat 4 191T mines, oil Industries and ammuni- Houso of Commons by thlrty-4hreMls3 Emma Leo Kremer, of JEFFERSONVILLE. tion factories and food supplies of members, and of these seventeen Pleasure Ridge, 'has been visiting tho United States to insure tho best are home rulerd and sixteen Union- friends in Washington. Tho Right Rev. Joseph Chartrand, e rulors. By this Bishop of Indianapolis, paid a visit service in supplying tho need3 of ists, or simple classification wo may Judge Mrs. W. C. Willis has had as hor to Jeffersonvllle this week, and on tho Government during tho war whether "practically all of tho guest her sister, MrsL J. B. Thursday administered the sacraprotect the people of tho na- counties In Ulster are against homo O'Rourke, of St. Louis. and CANDIDATE FOR ment of continuation to a claEb of CANDIDATE FOR tion against a shortage of food and rule." But let us state tho caso 100 children at St. Anthony's Mrs. S. Moran, of tho West End, church. a littlo more in detail. Ulster has CITY TREASURER high prices." nine counties Antrim, Armagh, visited at Oakdalo . last week, tho Subject to Action of Democratlo Forty. Donegal, Derry, guest of Mrs. Charles McGoff. Down, Cavan, Primary August 4, 1917. ST. PATRICK'S. BRAVE JUNIORS. Fermanagh, Monaghan and Tyrone. to homo Orange opposition Mrs. Charles Bauer entertained Snbjeet to the Action of the Dcmoc-iatiParty The ladles! of St. Patrick parish We were a little surprised to read Tho Id largely concentrated in tho her ouchro club xnursday evening rule will entertain with another of their in tho headlines! the other day that four eastern counties of Antrim, at her homo at St. Matthews. very enjoyable euchre and lotto the Junior Order was taking up Armagh, Down and Derry (or LonNoonan, of Frank- parties on Monday night at tho Miss Est olio and Cavan, Donegal the flag, but on reading tho article donderry). H. J. BANKON, P. BAHNOH. JR., T. H. MERIHEE, Monaghan are as uncompromisingly fort,, was here for the week end, school hall, Thirteenth and Market, and they wish It known that all aro found they were following their Viet Prtt. & Trut. Pitt. & Hit. guest of Miss Julia Meredith. Secretary. as tho on home rule invited. Tho following ladles will usual custom of taking it to a little Cork or Tlpperary. Theso throe Mary Henry has returned receive and have charge: Misses Miss red school house gathering, and not counties aro represented in ParliaRose from a delightful visit with Miss Mabel Baner, Mary McElliott,Mundy II a word was said about enlisting. ment by a solid homo rulo delega- Frances Huber at Coto Brillianto. Cavanaugh, and Mrs. Kate tion, and that has been their unand Mrs. Winifred Burke. varying record for more than thirty Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman visHOPE FOR THE BEST. ; ; Sewtr and Cslrart Pipe, years. POCKET PICKED. Tho two other counties of Ulster, ited last week at New Castlo, the Banner's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadaitt, Bonar Law, Chancellor of tho Fermanagh and Tyrone, are closely guests of Mr. and Mrs. James , Wall Coping-- Drain Tile. YVl& Brick.r Patrick Weir, a well known citoven there Exchequer, has announced that tho divided politically, but m r tf t a i East Walnut izen living at 511 rirerreeuBg, rimo Lining, ire BriCH is toward homo rule. Government was preparod to allot the leaningrepresented was the Mrs. pres guest George Burke, who M. Halo, street, on Sunday reported to the Tyrone is Grate and Boiler Tile, Groacd Fire Clay, Chimney The boys who would be of her niece, Mrs. D. Monday for discussion of tho Irish ent Commons by threo in tho rulers polico that his pockets had been home perfect taste on relieved of ?120 about 9 o'clock question. While nono can predict and one Unionist. In tho last elec has returned to hor homo at dresbed ln OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Saturday niKht on Market street. tho result, favorable action will best tion the home rule vote exceeded the important occasion of HOME PHONES CITY Mr. Weir CUMB. MAIN 507. unionist voio oy i.wuftl Misses Mary and Oltvo Winn havo between Second and Third. benefit England. Unless rarliamont mo enure out a total of 26.00rtnad ag thelr guesta for Derby week said he remembered stopping at a Tyrone their confirmation will find X WORKS 13th CMi Brock, and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tk and mu. T other In by 248 inofFermanagh out of deals fairly with Ireland men show window and that throe and Mr the "Boys' Storo" finely countries should not accept her a total of 9,200. These aro small .York and Mr8 Matt corbett, of New stopped thore at tho same time. ,H"H"'-iH-i-tt- t 8 1 1, III t Hgtli ! 6 H i 1 1 1 1 Q t Shortly afterward ho missed tho equipped to supply their to grant homo margins, but the two counties must promises. Failure money. on the only bo called Mr. and Mrs. George Kremer, Splendid apparel needs. rule to Ireland will bo another EngAagaat Primary 1017 1017 declslvo test. Cherokee parkway, have as their lish snub to America and should county guest Mrs. W. H. Tuohy, of Butte, and Norfolk I' pinch-bac- k AND INSPIRING. MTRESSIVE If what Is known as tho from her option compromlso should be adopt- - Mont. eliminate thlB country styles tho very newest deImmediately after both the mornsupport. Yet all will hopo forthe ed, and tho Ulster counties snoum signs; bluo sorgos and on a reing and evening services bo allowed to determine by roferenThomas Tobln, North Bayly best other flno woolen fabrics, whether they should becomo a nue, had as his guest this weok bis cent Sunday In Sacred Heart Cathetailored with tho greatest part of Ireland and daughter, Mrs. H. L. Dohorty, of dral at Dallas, Texas, occurred an CARSON. Inspiring ceremony, typical of tho accept the domination of a Dublin Tampa, Fla. caro to insuro satisfying love of country, which next to tho would wear. Wonderful qualities Carson, Ireland's Parliament, four countiesand four Sir Edward undoubtedly vote "aye" Mrs. James Corbott, East Market love of God is firmly Implanted in from traditional enomy. Is not making "no." while Fermanagh would bo street, New Albany, has as her every Catholic heart. Escorted by many friends In England. Tho press doubtful, with tho chances favoring guest her brother, John Eckert, of a cross bearer and acolytes with lighted candles, a silken American a Nationalist victory, it is a queer Mt. Jowett, Pa, $18 up of that country assails him for his commentary on flag was borne Into tho sanctuary, tho snirts to wnicn instubbornness In holding to his Bishop Lynch, attended by anOrango recalcitrants resort to where Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fehr the herited antipathies against homo avoid majority rule that they havo nounco the engagement of tholr his deacontf of honor, presided. Imper daughter. Miss Clarissa Fehr, to mediately tho vast congregation PBhbhPJ rule for Ireland. It declares that seriously proposed that a 55 be necessary to Dr. Deshay Harris, arose and, led by the organ, united Ireland's eyll genius is the reason cent, majority t&all county T-PRACTICING UWYER FOR carry any. Ulster in singing tho national anthem, into me TWEHTY.FIYE YEAR why England has to retain at home, political body governed from Dub- Mrs. Mary Daugherty Is seriously "The Star Spangled Banner." It was CANDIDATE KOIt FOR because of conditions In Ireland, lln. By this expedient they hopo in at the homo of hor daughter. an Inspiring display of religious 2VXALQISSTRATI35 half a million tmen. In London to keep Tyrone and Fermanagh In Mra Edwin Williams, 2222 Beeler fervor and patriotic enthusiasm Fifth MnItW Dlsblc- t- First. group hy separating street, Now Albany. which profoundly Impresed all Third and Market Seeed. TMrd Wrtt Opinion 'Carson is represented as a the Orange OF JEFFERSON COUNTY rest of Nationalist! to Action of Democratlo Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Subject Primary August trig bull dog and John Bull as a them from tho t, 1917. xlMtir Ireland. After a week's visit with her baby, saying to him, d Theso facts show that Ulster is ' cousin, Miss Edna Shea, at Oakdalo, TnD MEANEST MAN. It ysar boys as daesWea t&at trill "Can't oo talk?" Tho fanaticism, divided on the homo rule question. Mrs. W. Wagg has! returned to hor CARDINAL FARLEY. ttum fOT ilia. According to'a news item In tho begotten in other days, seoms im-- 1 In tho other three provinces of, homo in Greensboro, N. C. Chicago papers the latest auuition Lelnster. Munster and present Ireland, th9 stuff In the Cardinal Parley, who underwent ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Baught; ntiment of tho Irish Miss Louisa Fuchs and Mrs. Tlllle to the list of meanest men Is ono month Hour, anu wouiu, in uiuui- iu griuuy niinnln In virtually unanimous: in Tinnlr hava rnfnrnorl frnm TTnntlnfir- - Arthur Snyder. He sold a tub of an operation tho first of thoCity, lia W. Breaaway, X,omiYlU, )Ky. in New York grudge," sink Britain favor of Home rulo. in an mat burg, Ind., where they spent Uie, Duttor weigning Bixiy puuuus io oi. at his homo almost entirely recov-is U "aHcl-enConducted by tha Xaverlaa Brothers. Anthony's Hospital for ?19,50. reported as single has Classical, Scientific aad that it professes to save. There is territory .!.- - ii,.. n district von. past week visiting relatives. Builnw NORTON BUILDING Wlinti ttin cnnU bHipV hla Vnlffl Into ered. The news of his illness) caused i mlo .j not a Courses. Preparatory Department. as damnable as bigotry, reeentatlve ln Parliament since Par- -I nethln a thin layer of butter much uneasiness throughout the N. W. Corner Fourth and Jef Persia Swlmmlac Pool, Well Bqulp4 dywuT Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Mesne it h found alow. archdiocese and Eastern States. daughter Miss Katharine spread over mod. and for lw mo ifoorant as wwi nyB time. and lioulsville will bo honored next woek by the presence of threo notablo Catholic leaders, coming from tho South, East and West, and each will receive tho welcome that has made Kentucky famous. Tho visitors are Dr. Felix Gaudin, of New Orleans, Supremo President of tho Catholic Knights of America and an able lecturer; Capt. Michael Qulnn, of Brooklyn, Supremo Trustee, and Mrs. Mary McWhorter, of Chicago, National President of the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. most intolerable type commend us to tho exponent of tho power of Orangeism, Sir Edward Carson. This of Erin goes on tho princlplo that Ireland's rights are England's wrongs that Catholics' rights are Protestants' wrongs, and so ho uses his power not to odvanco England but to Tetard her progress in tho same degroo In which ho denies Ireland her Inalienable trights and her unfaltering efforts to reach out to them. As tho True Volco well says, right is right, however, and while poor Ireland's right has been baptized In tho blood of her brave, it will ever retain an Indelible character, endearing It to a world which will ono day say It has looked long enough on hopo cut-thro- at May 31 Card, lotto and lunch, party, Sowing Society of St. Homo, on grounds. Lawn feto by Juno Church Debt and Building Fund of St. Louis Bertrand's enurch. Juno 19 Trinity Council moonMAY 19r 1917 light excursion on steamer Pilgrim. July 4 Catholic Orphan Socloty Jo-sop20 Many customers of Frank Meagher, the grocer, now under stand why their orders may havo been a littlo lato Thursday, a baby girl arriving at his ihome that CONFIRMATION picnic on St. Vincent's orpnanago grounds. 9 Annual garden party July of St. Anthony's Hospital, auspices of Sewing Socloty. July 25 Annual picnic for St Joseph's Orphan Asylum, on orphan ago grounds, Frankfort avenue. July 31 Picnic of Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews. 18-1- Capt. Michael Welch and Mrs. Welch, of New Albany, wero given a delightful shirpriso by a number bf their friends In observance of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Welch. SILVER JUBILEE. church, will celebrate his silver yearsl In tho Jubilee. of twenty-fiv- e priesthood on July 2G next. Tho men of his parish at a largo and enthusiastic meeting in the school hall organized and made preliminary arrangements to becomingly celebrate the happy event, and from tho unusual and spontaneous liber ality and interest displayed by the largo numbers present it is expected that tho celebration will be notably successful. Father Ackermann was born and reared in Louisville, has been pastor of St. Phillip Nerl's since Its Inception about nineteen years ago, and conceived and had built the beautiful church located at As one of Floyd and Woodbine. tho members of his parish expressed it, "Fathor Ackermann has Indeed lived tho part of tho Good Shepherd, evor at his posit, unselfishly and unstintedly laboring for his flock, neither tho lateness of tho hour nor tho severeity of tho weather deterring him from calls on the sick or any other priestly duty devolving upon him." Tho meetings of tho membership of tho parish aro to bo held every two weeks, commencing with Tuesday night, May 22, at the slchool hall, and at tho suggestion of several prominent friends of tho reverend pastor who live outside the parish, but who aro deeply interested In tho success of tho celebration, tho officers of tho newly formed organization announco that they gladly welcome not only tho entire membership of the parish to theso meetings, but all tho friends of the pasltor from throughout tho city as well. Tho officers of the organization aro M. A. McGee, Chairman; R. E. Vaughan, Secretary, and William J. Nuxol, Treasurer, with E. .M. Caffrey, F. B. Bloemer and A. O. Spanlnger on the committee. Rev, O. P. Ackormann, the zeai-Ou- s paBtor of St. Phillip Nerl's SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUB SERGE PRICED AT WHAT OF THAT? Tired! Well, and what of that? Didst fancy mo was spent on oeas of ease, Or seeing rose leaves scattered by tho breeze? Come, rouse thee! work while it is called today! No laggard be! go forth upon thy way! Lonely! And what of that? Somo must bo lonely! 'Us not given To feel $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 White While tho colored peoplo of St. Augustine's church mourn tho transfer of their faithful spiritual Rev. Francis Felten, they are rejoiced that he has gone to tho Jarger and more important field of labor, and to St. Martin's congregation they offer their congratulations, feeling that their loss will prove tho tatter's gain. . fittiep-her- d, a heart responsive rise and fall, To blend another's lifo into one's own; Work may bo dono In loneliness. Work on! to all Shirts and Blouses 60c roTJ 79c $1.00 JET-O- CHAS. H. KNIQHT Lor-ett- o, STATE SENATOR H. S. McNUTT SOCIETY. ii. RUSSELL GAINES ANDREW M. SEA County Surveyor o anti-hom- AD0LPH SCHMITT TAX RECEIVER o Communion f and Confirmation R BANN0N PIPE CO. Suits i I 1tj. 573-178- 6. jX M. B. KENDRICK -- ave-du- m $5 to If LE V Y 'S I wm- mcnally curly-heade- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT i - t -- Un-m- I I Tb jsasJNTXJoxnr 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. PEOPLES PROVXBBNT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n was organized by citizen SlilCED BACON to make -- AH RMdr tor Year Griddle 1b tba LOANS Mornlfis" on furniture and other personal prop erty at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAQB IOWEST BATES. Coleman Bids., PROVISION CO. fcOUISVUiliK S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones, 2886. iksisk ajmckmicajv. JOCKEY NEW LOUISVILLE ILUti ; "SOUTHEEN STAR" SPRING MEETING May 23. Kentucky Oaks, May 25. FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:30 P. M. 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CLARK HANDICAP RUN TODAY ROBERTSON bV Suit Cases, Trunks, Bagsi snopping Bags; mado of fibre Suit Cases; mado of flbro matmatting; navo swinging han- ting with steel framo, brass aies anu Drass clamps; a regclamps and lock; slo 24 Inches; ular 65c quality; priced in this worth $1.25; on sale for. $1.15 salo at, 50c Black Walrus Bags; with covShopping Bags; mado of fibre ered framo and lined with matting with brass clamps and leather; they havo Inset lock center lock; reinforced with and swinging handlo; worth up karatol and havo swinging to ?7.00; on handle; worth 1.00; special Cowhide Bags;salo for. ...$5.50 in black or price. . . sale 75c brown; they aro lined with Pigskin Suit Cases; in black, leather, havo covered framo, with lining of moiro; they claw catch and Inset lock; nave s&iruold, steol framo, worth . up to $10.00: salo brass lock and clamps; worth prlco $8.00 $7.50; salo price $0.50 Canvas Covered- Trunks;' iron suit cases; m black or bottom and iron bound; they brown; they havo steel framo, navo tray, extra brass lock and clamps; size 24 dowels, brass lock and clamps Inches and worth $1.25; salo and heavy straps; worth $7.50; prlco salo prlco $1.15 $0.50 Fibre Suit Cases; with steel Slatless Trunks; covered with framo and metal corners; they canvas and havo vulcanized havo straps all shlrtfold, binding; extra skirt tray, around, brass lock and clamps; heavy bumpers and straps all worth $2.75: salo orice. .$2.25 around; worth $14.00: ealo Fibro Suit Cases; an extra qual- price Ity with steel framo, brass Steamer Trunks; mado of $12.00 black lock and clamps; they havo fibre and having round edge; shlrtfold and strap all around; navo neavy crass coviney worth $3.25; salo prlco. .$2.75 bumpers, ered vulcanized Fibro Suit Cases; an extra qualbinding, and aro worth $11.00; ity, deep suit caso with steel price salo $0.00 framo, boll rivets, brass lock Black Fibro Trunks; having and clamps; they havo shlrtedge, extra tray, vulcanround fold, straps all around and ized binding, heavy brass swinging handlo: worth $3.60: bumpers and spring lock; worth sale price $3,00 18.00; salo price $10.00 - AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE) IN IiOUISVXIJLB ST A AHEHIOAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. Home COMPANY REPAIR Juvenile Stakes, May 21. Frank Fehr Stakes, Hancock and Broadway Clydo Sneddon, Proprietor, SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. Former Foreman Overland LouisCo. ville CHILD'S MAYDAY PRAYER. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor SAM L. Cars Our .Specialty Blessed Lady, over fair, Phono City 6007 Listen to our llttlo prayor: SNEDDON ENGRAVERS OCLIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6874 CO. We have an exceptionally good offering of dependable traveling goods of all kinds which are $ marked at the most moderate prices. Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS I0S aoerxso, quttsbxks, nroxrmtm Tte Roofs Repaired and Fainted ASPHALT SHINOLBS A SPECIAI.Tr Take for thine each llttlo child. Take and make us kind and true, Mako us good and holy, too. Here today iwo children all In thy month of festival Deg of thee. O Mother mild. jo. Mother, give us grace who 'bring Blossoms at thy feet to fling JOHN B. O'LEARY & Flowers of thy own sweet May, Blooming sweet for thee today.' Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street And with them wo offer theo Blossoms, too, of lovo that wo Wall Paper and Window Shades CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. May bo worthy found to rest See us about anything In real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames Close to Jesus on thy breast. Window Shades Mado to Order. estate. We sell, buy and rent tad 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Bless us all, O Mother dear. Home Phone City 2517. Homo Phono City 4464. To thy mantle ever near Keep us, guard us, fold us in Mil Weit Broaawsj. roalsvUl. Xy. BjLvr,:Ei YELLOWSTONE WHISKEY TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. The Great American We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed W. O. RUSSELL O. Safely there from every sin. K. & SONS LOUISVILLE, KY. COMPANY PRINTERS 1507 West Market Street Phone City 6659 Wo his little children aro Though away from Him so far, And thine, too, wo hopo to be, Mother, through ctornlty. Ask thy loving Son to bloss us, With his grace divine caress us, T. E. YANN DAHtY INCORPORATBD 008-51- THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. Blessed Lady, over fair, Take and keep our llttlo prayer. HELPED EDUCATE PRIESTS. Distillers Of ST. OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH Writing of the late Very Rev. PURE RYE Charles H. MpKenna, 0. P., tho Louisville, Ky. New Both Phones 4202 York Catholic News Bays: Other characteristic traits of this saintly priest were his broad WM. AUGUSTUS charity; charity for his 1011 Swan Street Contractor of Excavating, All fellow men, his lovo for the poor and his zeal to foster vocations to Shop. Machine Auto Repairing ConKinds of the priesthood. Possibly no other PRICES REASONABLE Wrecking. crete and priest In tho country ever directed Wdrk Guaranteed more young men to embraco this Home Phone, Highland 1472 820 E. Cassin Ave. Homo City 2000 sacred calling. Wherever one travels through tho country he meets numerous priests from fifty years of ago down who wjll tell you that they owo their priestly vocation to I Father McKenna's Influence to his direction, to hearing his sermons. serving his mass, etc. Ho had nu merous rich friends who assisted him in his work, contributing toAL. S. SMITH, PROP. ward the education of these young Many of those who ho asmen. sisted would, after ordination, give back to him tho money spent on their education, thus enabling him t'o educate another young man to the priesthood. It Is not possible BOTH PHONES 810. to give tho number of thoso whom he thus enabled to reach the priestSOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. hood, but it is considered to bo well over 200. These priests are to bo found In all the orders and In secular churches. He nevor tried to influenco a young man to join frM'frM"frM-t-W-m'W4- 4 particularly the Dominicans or any CITY TREASURER other order. He often said that he Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. CHURCH GOODS NEEpED. Primary August 4, 1917. felt that God, who gave tho vocai! tion, always pointed out the man to Tho requests for church goods, serve Him. instead of decreasing In tho last few weeks, havo been Increasing WANT $200,000 FUND. and very rapidly. Tho Catholic 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Church Extension Society has 359 The Big Amusement Canter e campaign Plans for a requisitions on tfilo just now from to raise, a $200,000 endowment priests from nearly every State in Vaudeville tho Union for vestments, and 182 Club for LtBaltUBIIItiVl 3 v fund Homotho Fenwick Saturdayand High &I1 VVlvl O UI1U . I UIIM Ul Boys' wero made at requisitions for monstrances. Tho Dancing a meeting of Cincinnati citizens in vestments cost $15 a set, and a tho Fenwick Club quarters. Gen. monstrance can bo secured for somo Paulsen's Military Band Michael Ryan accepted the Chair; of lltlo mission for a donation Home City 299S Climb. Main 200S.a manship of a committee which is to $25. There will no doubt bo many New Restaurant tho campaign, Archbishop conduct of theso mission churches without Moeller being tho Honorary Chairthe Kitfdyland Other Attractions for necessary articles that aro asked man. Tho Fenwick Club will furabove on Easter Sunday, but HHiWWUMWWiVWWtWMWWVWWWtWWUMUVU nish a home for 150 young men, it is hoped a number of generous and the new Boys' Homo quarters HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3D71.y come forward Catholic people HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY with a donation willorder that the will house 100 homeless and friendIn five to fourteen less boys from needs of a few of theso churches years old. During the last thirty-tw- o may bo supplied. Donations for DIVISION 3. years tho Boys' Homo has cared First and third Fridays, Hibernian vestments and monstrances may be for more than 5,000 homeless boys. sent to tho Catholic Church Exten0 Home, Portland. The home was founded by Rev. sion Society, 750 McCormlck buildPresident John M. Riley. John Poland, and for tho Father ing, Chicago, 111. Vice President Tim O'Leary. years was successfully conthirty Recording Secretary John Marducted by the late Miss Margaret A MUZZLED PRESS? McCabe. Boys are accepted in this tin. t Secretary Financial JML&Ijol 33a-John J. home rogardles3 of religious affiliaDiscussion of tho espionage bill tions and their religious convictions Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Doughorty. in Congress has developed a dearo respected sacredly by thoso in Sergeant-at-Arm- s termined opposition to any legislaPat Begley. charge. tion which will interfere with tJio Sentinel Thomas Noont.. freedom of speech. It Js proposed LATEST IX STYLES. Heme Pheae Slinwaee 484 Cumberland, West 11 to authorlzo the President to proDIVISION 4. hibit the publication or communiSmart effects aro made with tho Meets second and fourth Mondays, cation of any information relating veiled hat. Ber'trand Hall, Sixth street. to tho national defense "which in Tho hat has practically his judgment is of such character President Thomas Lynch. disappeared. INCORPORATBD. Vice President John J. Barry. that it is or might bo useful to the In Paris they don't dabble with Financial Secretary Thomas J. enemy." Practically the proposal flounces any more. Langan, 807 West Oak. comes to tho establishment of a Recording Secretary William P. censorship over newspapers,' as far Mannish shirtwaists aro having a great voguo this season. McDnnogh. as acts or policies of tho Government are concerned. It is a radical Treasurer John F. Burke. Tho skirt for the summer months y ...--. "V AM..! Sorgoant-at-Arm- s departure from our past traditions, Thomas Is the long straight one. 3101 WEST BROADWAY and we do not wonder that ConAnother of the discards ' of tho gressmen are dubious about the exSentinel M. J. McDormott, B4VAemA4BtA4VBaeJBJbaABBAamABBABBAAAAM summer Is tho peplum blouse. pediency of the legislation proposed. Hats Introduced this spring aro Freedom of speech and freedom FREEDOM FOR IRELAND. tho largest worn for two decades. of the press have been grossly All Eorts of collar and cuff sets Representative Masbn, of Illinois, abused in this country during past are offered to brighten up tho tailLicense would bo Republican, Introduced on Monday years. term than frpedom a moro ored suit and afternoon frock. tho a joint resolution w.hich would de- correct that has beon given. forWith Sun or rain parasols aro sure clare Irish freedom one Funeral Directors latitude of tho the True Voice, we eoo no great rea to find They aro admirable JOHN B. RATTERMAN when a favor. summer shower overtakes purposes of tho entry of tho United son for curbing liberty in one direc Embalmers. war, commit the tion only and leaving speakers and States Into the one. United States to FUNERAL DIRECTOR Glass iced tea, salt and mustard home rule in peace stand for Irish newspapers to go on abusing liberty negotiations and in all other respects. Public de spoons are very acceptable substi- to purchase $10,000,000 of Telephone 1022. 2114 WEST MARKET ST. tutes for silver, especially In tho Government bonds and provideIrish cency has been outraged in the for name of freo speech and no protest Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland summer. tho appointment of an American pretty airy frock with Its commission to Ireland if tho Irish is heard against the abuse. It may West 1107a. The "As Nef to You as tbe Nearest Phone continue to bo outraged under tho skirt ruffles will always bo a uni- people request it. proposed legislation, but criticism form of freshness and youth and Oar Special $3.00 Spray Louisville Business College charm for girls In this country. of the acts of government must not ELABORATE CEREMONY. be Indulged In. This comes dan Special $5.00 Wreath There never was any beauty in gerously near to tyranny. "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" the barrel and ragtlne skirt, hence DonThe Most Rev. Nicholas Wo havo llttlo sympathy with The largest values in Fuse-ra- l SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS their failure. Looking like camels nelly, Bishop of Dublin, officiated those who take refuge behind freeFlowers ever offered la crossing the desert, they were at Pontifical mass at Orleans, dom of speech to Under the Management of hide their crimes Louisville. grotesque. Franco, on Sunday on the occasion against decency and public order. of the four, hundred and eighty-eight-h They should bo suppressed for the For prompt delivery call 323 PEACE ABOVE PASSION. anniversary of tho deliver- public welfare. But tho public good both phones. ance of France by Joan of Arc. The may sometimes demand criticism of (Formerly with Spencerlan) First keop thyself in peace, and ceremonies, both Tellgloua and civil, public officials and the making pubMr. McCarty Is still doing thai e All lic the facts against them, elaborate. work that 8Dencerian then thou wilt be ablo to bring were unusually Tho others to peace. A peaceful man Statues of Joan of Arc wero draped editor or public spoakor who has : solicitors have told you alout fi docs more good than one that Is with the Entente Allies' flags, in- not patriotism enough to avoid giv paet sixteen years. stTABUtltS very learned. A passionate man cluding the Stars and Stripes. ing aid to tho enemies of his counDay and Night Clasflee. perverts even good into evil, and try can be easily reached bv other feurlri Avenue LoutrvMr Phones: College Oflke, Oity 7883 easily believes evil. A good, peacePHCULIAR. laws already on the statuta honks. .. . . Cumb. Main 4fi8. Residence, Cltj able man turns all thing to teed. Til. n...1l. ..ill... . jjjhujt wwuujr a muzziea press in a free country "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." 4879; Cusb. Wast 129. Thomaa a Kempia. Jwome w alBMMt Baked. . would be tta anomaly. 0 SOUTH WENZEL MIKE WTEDER GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director i Funeral (C and Embalmer f It is well for us to know about our patriotic songs and our national airs. Tho (most beloved song of all perhaps is the "Star Spangled bBT Banner," our national ihymn. Every one should be familiar with the incident of its origin. Tho author VBaaBiBBHiBf ?SM was Francis Scott Key, a young lawyer who lived in Baltimore, Md. During the war of 1812 Mr. Koy had a friend, Dr. Beames, who was a prisoner on a brltlsh man-owar. Desiring to visit him Mr. Key ?bbbbIbbbbbbbbbBPvX went on board tho war vessel, un bbbbbbHVt der a flag of truce. Koy was tem porarily tietainel and was forced CANDIDATE FOR to watch tho bombardment of Fort McHenry. While watching tho horplc stand of the flag against tho Incessant firing, tho words of the OF JEFFERSON COUNTY "Star Spangled Bannor" camo to Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. Mr. Key's mind, and ho wrote thorn Primary August 4, 1917. In a note book. The flag that inspired Mr. Key was found to bo in very mutilated condition, bearing a testimony as to now close tho bombs missed tearing tho flag from tho staff. This flag is now on exhibition in Baltimoro, and was made by Mrs. Mary PIckorsglll, tho daughter or Mrs. Betsy Ross, who made tho (JbbbbbB bbbbbV 3stt 3bbbMbbbbbbbbbbI first American flag for Gen. Washington, Juno 14, 1777. Key's poem was received with great spirit, and Ferdinand Durang, a musician of note, realized at once that the poem contained tho samo meter as that of an English drinking song. With a few changes in tho more difficult parts Durang set tho poem to music and presented it to the people. It was sung and CANDIDATE FOR played in the taverns and inns, and tho people liked it so well that It COUNTY COMMISSIONER was mado the national hymn of the If nominated and elected I promise to United States of America. Each devote my time to the duties of the offico day our Government requires that and further the interests of the people. the military and marine bands shall Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. play tho "Star Spangled Banner" Primary August 4, 1917. when tho United States flags aro lowered at sunset In every garrison p and on every of the navy squadron. Tho school children all over tho United States aro being required to learn tho song, and to memorize at least two of tho four !&'' 7f?tBBft stanzas. Whenever tho hymn is played or sung tho people aro expected to rise as a mark of loyalty and respect to tho flag and Government. Men always it) aro their heads, and often ladies wave their hand"'nBa'BBKh kerchiefs, as a token of admiration iaffii 'JBBBBBW? and patriotism. The Stars and Stripes is among tho oldest of national banners. It Is older than tho present British Union Jack; older than the French and older than tho flag of Spain, and many years older than CANDIDATE FOR tho flags of Germany and Italy. f- ! Vi SHERIFF A. LUDWIG 5rlF BBBBBBBb! BBBBBBW JOS. BBBBBBB1 K.bbbbI BBBBBBBBW BeBHSB4Bfr0B WITHOUT ? jfDINNER INCOMPLETE F.F.X.L.BEER!! NONE PURER NONE BETTER FRANK DACHER flag-shi- Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.! ft 1 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE tri-col- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT FONTAINE FERRY Class JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, city-wid- A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of BOTH XKOI3J. f I 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 get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.' 1818-182- Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 HB VtvVVWM S22 Street. WIEDEMANN CTCOaPOKATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. SoM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strcngtb,rceHeatflWMl V SCANNELLf il.RATTERMAN Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers t all-bla- ck GRUBER & DEUSER, Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. HB0SSE50N New Location and B44 tiYitn;. Dig-na- n. OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED & CO. Sole Owaara Registered Diat. No. 32J Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street GERMAN BANK DEAD ANIMALS Highest cash prices paid for horses, cattle and hogs at your premisea. Also for tallow and grease. 0r Louisville Rendering Co INCORPORATED r. l. Mccarty River Road, East of s"-- Cut-Of- f. Home Phone City 721. Cumb. Main 721 Mpb MVs high-grad- Fifth and Market Sts. ABOUT 500,000 IIWSII. French-Canadia2,000,000 about 500,000 Irish-Canadia- 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED , m warm sua i"i' . In Canada thero ns aro 7ir about and CJcanGrocery Stores. 'ihe Best For Less' to any Orders for ?1 or mere delivered part of the eity. jE J. .'' jEXKdrxjoJ&rsr xri j&stia&y&LX&AJXm Lace Curtain and Blanket Cleaning' THIS IS THE PROPER TIME Ye&r most DELICATE LACES cleaned and ,fjniihed in a way celled, AVhy not selec'the service that is the best m the clean THE SWISS IS THE PLACE r thatisraoit pl&iifito toWWI-fr- fir SdtfiKa? f he Gulf of Mexico, id the Atlantic ocean on the East, and to tKe Great Lakes on the North. Tne Swiss Service emends who will CUT YOUR HIGfl CdST OF LlV NG by nminaiing ouywg new wa 1 . tMAjf &'" WOOLEN BLANKETS cleaned a,aiyen SWISS finish, wH(ch means un earring and dyeing ll II! 1LM Phone or send your llil'lsV l' ts the SWISS, iU iu PLANT ! tr SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 909-91- 5 " . j . j- ill S. SIXTH St.. IMTOmOftATffl' 617 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE A. i. J V WE OPERATE NINE MFPERIiNt BRANCH STORES. .".ii, WE HAVE 26 DIFFERENT TELEPHONES. pat on tho present lineup If wc lose to Indianapolis again, so tho coming series should prove interesting. TRINITY COUNCIL. - &&$44 A GREAT HIBERNlAi?. What They Have Been polrl the Past Week General News Notes. MIGHTS OF COLUMBUS . GEHER & SON, ss L$e Yottiig Automobile Co .M redeem present were, very highly entertained by Father Monaghan in his lecture on Father Damlen, the leper martyr. Monday evening Next William Q. Hannon, of Division 4, Trinity will turn tho four bowling Oregon has sixteen councils. ji Is ill at Akron, Ohio. Colorado has fifteen councils. alleys over to the exclusive use of becoming the clergy of Louisville, at which Tho Ancient Ordor is Ohio has in tho neighborhood of very strong In the Northwestern tlrno all the priests of the city havo 20,000 members. States'. Madras and Crepd Cloth Shirts; men a big buy in whfcli !! in Tho committee, been invited. Initiations at Topoka, Newton and Tho County Board met Thursday charge announce that arrangements Humboldt havo swelled tho Kansas wo aro passing on tho concession that camo to us! All are !t evening and discussed plans for a have been completed to tako care of membership. made ncgligeo style, with soft cuffs and patterns that aro field day this, summer. a largo number and will endeavor Tho Increase in membership in County President John Honncssy (o sfco that everyone is made com- Colorado for tho past year was over Vast quantities ef high class, seasonmost pleasing. wants to make- tho County Board fortable. Tho Moonlight Commlt-te- o 12 per cent. vijj field day a bier success. has organized and announces able and dependable merchandise are seventy-fiv- e Classes each havo Sunday afternoon a class of fifty that Trinity will givo a moonlight Just been of given degrees at Frecandidates was Initiated into tho .excursion on the new steamer Pit mont and Toledo.tho being offered during this event at prices grim on tho evening of Juno 19. Ladles' Auxiliary at Milwaukee. A record breaking class will We havo just received a very large shipment of these Tho Hibernian Social Club will' Kirwan Batman is Chairman of the advantageous for every, tho third degree at Ihdlan-apolthat make it committeo and Will Brenzel is Sec- givo a picture show and vaudevlddo Stewart specialized lino of Men's Neckwear. Step in and on Juno 3. at tho Norman Theater on Decora- - rotary, and the members of Trinity see for yourself wliat splendid values aro offered in theso Bardstown Council will initiate body to fulfill every personal and home of the ex feel that tho success tlon day. on May '27, tho class being tho Summer Scarfs. Even some Palm Beach shades are already Every member of the order cursion Is assured. Ed Mueller and largest in its history. shown. requirement now. . bo at St. Patrick's Hall next Joe ZIrnheldt, who aro on the sick should Omaha Knights) appropriated $25 Wednesday night A rare treat "st woro reported improving. potatoes for tho purchaso of seed $1.00 Union Suits $2.00 Pajamas awaits them. for poor people of tho city. HOLY NA3D3 SMOKER. Priced 85c. Priced $1.65. in fin th Rpmnrl Rilrwlnv In .Turin report of Supreme SecTho there will be a monster initiation at y Col. WJlliam A. Colston, of tho retary latest McGinley shows tho total Sleeveless Sum Sizes fpr all men are offered toy Minneapolis, conducted the' First Iteglmont, will be tho guest membership to bo 378,541. likely Union Suits; made in New Pajamas; made of tho County Board. of thft Holv Namd Society of St. A plan is on foot to raise a regimus- - ? I of splendid quality madras; in famous Division 3 mot last night and oc- - IxhiIs Bortrand'e church next ment among the Knights of Oregon, nlo(vi nrrttc.1i ut.vln. lln., fv. .!... ttU. writli o?lt- 11ISA). W the Invitation of the Ladles' day evening in Bertrand Hall, the Washington and California. ... TMmmArl II1UL DUTY lnnnn w. v.w.w.. u p thn v.vv Auxiliary to attend tho reception occasion being tho last smoker of Tomorrow thoro will he an initiaof tho National President. Main Col. tion at Ellzabothtown, when thirty-flv- o i tho season of that society. Tho National Board has ordered Colston will talk on America's needs ) will recolvo'tho degrees. an assessment of $500,000 to be in the present war and also give The Sale Will Conclude Monday, May Thoro woro 5,00p in tho parade caring for tho families of an outline of tho hopes and used in that preceded tho oponing of tho serving in tho army and pects of the First Regiment in 1017 Antant Primary 1917 latlon to tho present war. As this Stato convention at St. Louis. The Ohio Stato convention will nib sovurs highest class department sro.... Is a timely and Interesting topic Our dlvirtions mav learn much from tho Ladles'" Auxiliary next Just now tho officers and members bo hold at Sandusky, opening Juno They are tho most active of tho Holy Namo Society feel 13 and continuing three days. week. securing this Tho new council to be instituted and progressive body In the entire i11attej'ed tlngulshod military man as their at (Ronnsselaor, Ind., on May 27 ,, ., St- - guest and the Committeo of Ar- - will start with nearly 100 membora. MCftaTI Three pla.toons of ttaMfiiiEor ranf,omonts aro planning to havo Tho rocont initiation was a great bernlans will have military drills n attendance of tho society day at Vicksburg. where tho KnlgMs CANDIDATB POK overy evening ana aunaay nnd, men of the parish. In addition morning upon mu iuurtiuuuu uui to f!r1. f!olfrton'n tnlk the Plrat are a boosting bunch and without versuy campus. Regiment Band wil be present and slackers. When tho now council was . Insti nuany rv.cuiuun.j Vi, wcicwue renaer pairaouc airs. iiov. "j a V. awaits Mrs. Mary McWhor.ter,. 'the R. G. Lyons Is Chaplain of thoHqlyit.odna.t $ J "-Society and John F. Bunco, "" "r. " National President or the Ladles' Numb of eighty-fiv- e . Auxiliary, who will Competent legal authorities having day and Wednesday. be here Tucs-- President Subject to Action of Democratic Party Denver Knights have a good military company. Drills are being held TWIN CITY LBAOUK. declared that Dr. Ellis Duncan is ineligible Omaha Hibernians will have anweekly with Rev. Michael W. Donoto the office of Goroner of other class initiation on June 10. for Tommy Finnegan held tho K. of van as instructor. pushing hard With all shoulders A ISU7 Jefferson County, according to Section 237 tho members there are doing some C. team safo for soven innings Reports submitted at the MisAUUUM HKlftlAKY 1917 Sunday, but then the K. of C. team souri State convention In St. Louis of the Constitution and Section 3.744 of wonderful work Jumped onto his curves, batting out show a healthy increase in tho numt , ,. Tho million be. ..n,,,i ber of councils and membership. the Kentucky Statutes, I hereby announce raised by the dollar fund to will LIS JMV IVIW4J U'UI Ancient Order r? iFli Mackin O'Brien's myself as a candidate tor Coroner, subject be used for the caro of tho families In second Champs, leavingtheir vicplace alono by WOUND WAS FATAL. of members serving in the army or tory over tho Hibernians in a 12 to If); to the action of the Democratic party at the navy of this country- 4 contest. Manager primary, August 4, 1917, and solicit your President Thomas Lynch re Bortrand's woro nosed Ed "VVolfo's6 Tho war has dealt another heavy out in a CANDIDATE FOR WWW VWA i ff Z quested every one at tho meeting to 5 contest by tho Orioles, whllo blow and brought grief to ono more vote ana suppon. of Division 4 Monday evening to tho' Imperials indulged in a batting Louisville homo. Louis B.NeaglI, DR. H. E. MECHLING. years old, Company I, V THBfdnnnnnlr stato whether ho could attend tho feat at tho oxponso of Trinity, tho twenty-on- o Ladies' Auxiliary reception. jecoro being 18 to 1. Tho K. of C. Flrstt Kentucky Regimont, died early Ladies' Auxiliary 1 of Indian- -' team will meet another contender Monday morning at the City Hosapolls had a splendid celebration of for tho first honors tomorrow, be- pital of a bullet wound in the left Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: lts twentieth anniversary. National, lug scheduled to meet Mackin on thigh which ho suffered In an acciH-: t. ; i. county and division officers Diamond 1. Orioles "wdll meet Champs, dent Sunday "somewhero in KenI do hereby announce my candidacy for tho officer of State, JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF honored tho occasion with their Imperials will meet Bertrands and tucky," where he had been assigned LOUISVILLE, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party presence. Trinity tho Hibernians. Tho stand- - to guard duty. Tho bullet severed primary, August 4, 1917, and respectfully solicit your The Irish Literary Club of tho ing to date: an artery and the patient was weak Ladles' Auxiliary of Minneapolis FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS from the loss of blood and shock HALL woro pleasantly entertained at tho 1, 1917. Won r Lost Pet. when ho arrived here Sunday night. o r.ooo Ho was convoyed in an ambulanco last meetfnc of Division 3. when K.ofC 5 GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE 1 .800 to tho hospital, where Major Duna general discussion of Ireland was Mackin....... 4 .600 can porformed a surgical operation Champions .'. 3 2" the feature. Has been the favorite kind. The quality is .600 in an effort to save his life. The 2 Philadelphia Hibernians will hold Orioles. v. 3 tno ocst and our prices are tho t aires t .600 young soldier wad a son of Mr. and Imperials 2 ...,3 fifty-firathletic carnival at their ,... our New Blend, 2 i2 lbs TJn fir nn .200 Mrs. Albert Neagli, of 2904 Green Hibernians. . . . , . I TtivnTintlnn 4 Dntnt .200 wood avenue. Special Anlo Delivery Scrvic. 4 f day, preceded by memorial exercises Besides his parents .. o .000 ho leaves three brothers, Edward, 5 in which Hon. Boise Ponroso and Trinity.. .i Hon. Joseph McLaughlin will tako Georgo and Charles Neagli, and a MEETING A SUCCESS. .. part, sister, Miss Josephine Neagli. His 3 of Omaha Both rkoiie 1323 Division 212 W. Market St. initiated funoral was held Wednesday mornTho spring meeting of the ' ESTABLISHED 1885. twenty-flv- o candidates on Sunday, ville Jockey Club is attracting Louis- ing with requiem high mass at large Holy Cross church, of which he had and on Monday night obligated a of number of others who wcro unable crowds dally and tho racing isthis been a regular communicant, and tho highest order. Tho to bo present on Sunday. The afternoon will bo the feature honors the body was Clark Handi- with military Michael's cemetery. Initiatory ceremonies were the most cap, In buried in St. which are entered tho stars Impressive ever seen In that city. of tho turf. Monday the Juvenile Start a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Ban, to which yot can FONTAINE FERRY. Stakes will bo run and on Wednesadd $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 8 per cent. No cost to you whatever FESTIVAL, LOTTO, EUCHRE. The same courteous attention given the depositor of Jl.00 or the depositor of $10,00, INCORPORATED. day' tho Franfc Fehr Stakes, the With the tomperature gradually meeting closing on Friday with tho A may festival, euchre and lotto Kentucky Oaks, ono of tho greatest climbing tho past week, the attendNINTH AND KENTUCKY. Ferry ance at Park IMer the Big Clok Fontaine of SUts Csveraimnt Supinflston will bo given by St. Francis Stcwd and MarM Cmmb.Soalh 410 Assist church, Bardstown road and races of tho year. proportions, Home City 405 reached and a banner season is in prospect avenue, next Tuosday and Carter SCHOOL T1IHIFT. Wednesday, both afternoon and for tho management. Thoslo who resort beautiful have visited night, and thoso who attend aro interesting 'example of co- aro delighted thewith tho ImproveAn assured a pleasant time. One of the operative thrtft is set by tho city of features will bo tho grocery store, Washington, during tho last ments and with the attractions. Of FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Where work U qulcklj stocked with canned and staple fall term the where children eaved course the theater and danco pavilWhere the borne 1 school dose; goods.. Supper will bo served each over 160 tons of old newspapers, ion aro aagin tho main centers of brightest; FREE SERVICE. now restaurant with I Where cooking seem evening at 5 o'clock, so all can from the sale of which moro than attraction,them a tho Where the work I close second. In mako a day of it. Lotto will bo $2,000 was realized and which sum running real fan; lightest; played Tuesday at 3 and 8 o'clock, will be placed to further children's tho theater next week a team of Where the meal la "ai KXEEDtm f;k-.-- FIT Where baking give de and on Wednesday tho euchro will playgrounds. If in. tho city of Louisville boysl will occupy tho head light; cooked best; tako place at the same hours. Louisville overy parish could have line position. They are nono other 1b oat of 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. a small place to which children than tho Bowman urotners, wnoso Where the .range staBd 11 Where drudge I as blackface entertainers sight IIOOSIERS NEXT. could bring old newspapers, maga reputation 4wldo. the test Sharing honors zines, rubber goods, old metals, is nation the That's where where the That's The Colonels close their series at etc., this would result in a great with them will bo Charles Croha, "Quick Meal" eomei "Quick Meal" cornea and conservation of material otherwise Dottio King and Company in their St. Paul tomorrow afternoon la. la. from there go to Indianapolis for a discarded, to the rubbish heap, and terpslchorean evolution. Tho chilseries o three games, which will would also materially aid In sys- dren around the ages of six and Qatek Meal Gas Raaftea Sold', Xastalled ami Highly ReeomnfoHilUd again giro the fans a line on the tematizing the collection of such eight years who visited tho park strength of tho two teams. Not a material for the it. Vincent de .Paul this week found plenty of entertainment in the playground arranged single aborting critic throughout the Society, whose' work' Is all charity. for them by tho park management. association picked Indianapolis to "Kiddyland," as their noolc has been OPPORTUNITY. o run when the official precalled, came In for a great deal of dictions were given out on opening A porter in London was engaged comment. day, but, the Kentucky Irish Ameriff TvyJI III'' can went on record the first week la clearing a luaaam van when the in saying that Indianapolis was the door swung back, striking him vlo-- . DOUGLAS PARK MEETING BOTH PHONES 2399 cjub Louisville had to beat lor tne teuviy uu iub jieau. "Oh', Pat," he eaelalmed to RBT Tho spring race meeting at ponnant. With the present weather suitable for baseball a true line Irishman standing e the platform, Douglas Park opens next Saturday, service. We are as for Jltrst-claGive us a trial continuing thirteen days. Manager will be given on the relative "I believe I've opeaed my head." close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day ana "Well, now's the time tc put Hachmelster has everything ready strength of the two teams next night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable week, and. the Colonels will have something into IL'.wm Pat's witty and In the principal events the best to ret revenge then. 11 ever, a tne reply. horses of the country are entered. chauffeurs our specialty. Oive us a call. lip Hooslers won the two gme played It will be a great meeting over a superb track, with greatest interest WOMEN WOWC FARMS. here and the only two la which they centering In the Kentucky Handihave met thus far. It is a cer300,000 cap, valued at J1B.000, to be run tainty .that Owner Wathea and ManThere are ager Clyster are aot going to stand women farmers la Ihi.U&ited States. Saturday, June 2. ' SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Late News That Will Interest Trinity Council had a splendid Mbinbers Here arid meeting Monday night and thoso Stewart we GIVE And fagiMaM8stasn Dry - CALL 2207. L,'.,JI. .JiJLl.llLJ ,.;il!,V.: Goods Co b Cmatihaa W& Jmm He (my & Co. Hew Wt surety coupons COMMEMORATION SALE Is Now In Progress. $2.00 Shirts & $1.65 Scarfs - just Arrived 55c ro-coi- vo ls the near future Not again are such astonishing values to be presented. Knee-lengt- i i h, , mer-weig- ht i Mon-cept- Fruit-of-thc-loo- m w I i - I 21 floor pros-membe- rs re-na- i mmfmmStmm ((to. Kiisi l P. S. RAY ANNOUNCEMENT. fjp' '?" "" County Clerk . jill '. i- -w V IS 1 CHAS. C. WHEELER TS' .. COUNTY JUDGE f ;:. sup-M- ay THOS. E. , ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. Low in Ash. High in Heat. j st 65c n . -- In . JOHN M. MULLOY S6ANL0N 60flL 60lrW ONE DOOIVXA.3., Sixty-on- e year-ol- d GERMAN INSURANCE BANK mid-summ- er Where the QuicR Meal Comes In iByiH 1 AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES JLs FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. BE SURE TO CALL FOR market st. Autos and Taxis For Hire w. one-tw- McKENNA ' WHISKY j IT IS ALWAYS PURE. W.r 1 H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. ''i&Uyij&&