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BARKER Kentucky Irish American NO. 21. SCREENS Made by Dow Wire iron Works Will Protect Yon & VOLUME XXXVIII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. said DEMOCRATS Jndignant at Possible Appointment of Percy Holy as Itovenuc Collector. Slaly-Bcckha- m Crew Are Dem- ocrats When It Suits Their Own End. Vslng Candidate For Sheriff as an Opening Wedge Into Local Politics. (HEADLEY FOR REPRESENTATIVES Fori the first time in modern Mrs. Mary McWhorter, of ChiIn a recent number of the Para cago, National President .history the destinies of Ireland are of the dise of the Pacific, a monthly pubto bo placed in tho hands of the Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., spent lished in Honolulu, Hawaii, Brother British Prlmo Irishmen alone. Tuesday and Wednesday in LouisJoseph Dutton, the devoted suc Lloyd George Minister ville, where she received a joint announced RECENT DEATHS. cessor of the noble Damlon to tho Houso of Commons on MonKentucky and Hibernian welcome on day that the Government will call Molokal, the Island of lepers), gives over tho remains that gave her Inspiration. Mrs. Funeral services a convention of Irishmen to frame is well known in this voice to some reflections on paMrs. Cecilia Reis, beloved wife of a constitution for Ireland, and If of Simon IP. Reis, 2010 Maplo street, country and Ireland and Is a woman triotism well worth our consideraIrishmen are able to agree upon were held Sunday afternoon at Sa- of great personal popularity. A tion. Thero In tho midst of the any scheme for the administration cred Heart church, conducted by the woman of Intelligence and practical beauties of the Island, of their country will attempt to Rev. Father Patrick Walsh. Mrs. experience, she has ever taken a close to nature In her most genenact it into legislation without Reis was llfty-on- o years old, and lively Interest In the affairs) of tho erous moods, but still closer to delay. All sections, parties, creeds besides her husband leaves several Ladies' Auxiliary and its 75,000 the sobering influences! of disease and factions, with clorgymen and children to whom friends extend members, and is indeed well qualiand death and selfless sacrifice, the laymen as well as politicians and heartfelt sympathy. fied to dischargo overy duty of her mind is freo from the influences of even the Irish Sinn Fein Society, By reason of responsible office. passion and sees things clearly and will be Invited to get together. Sympathy of all their friends is her genial disposition, fair mlnded-nes- s in correct perspective. And surely disBoth housles of Parliament and level headedness she has1 extended Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wagnow if ever thero is need of clear, cussed Ireland with hardly a ripple ner, 1221 South Sixth street, on ac- won tho respect and entire good dispassionate thought on the of the old animosities and feuds count of the death of their prom- will of all with whom she has come much discussed theme of patriotdisturbing their harmony. son, MorrlB J. in. contact. Sho has the welfare "Tho ising ism. patient must administer to him Wagner, whoso funerel was held and best interests of the Irish peoFor a falsely understod patriotself," said Lloyd George, and a Monday morning fr!om St. Louis ple at heart and Is thoroughly ism is a serious menace, to th noteworthy feature of the discus Bertrand's church. ' His death re- capable of taking care of any In- tion. sion was an agreement that poli sulted from heart trbuble. His par- terests committed to her. When Mrs. McWhorter had con- unity and strength of our country. ticians must play a secondary part ents, a sister, Margaret, and two ' Mrs). McWhorter while iiere was cluded Miss Bertha King camo for- As In our midst, Brother Dutton, to the men from other walks! of brothers, Clarence ,and Theodore, In charge of Miss Mary Corcoran, ward and in a short address pre- who served as officer in the civil Miss Fannie Kennedy, Mias Bertha sented her a beautiful basket ot war, siays: "Upon Molokal't little life. The Premier specified tho survive him the King, Miss Maggie Hourlgan and Klllaraey roses. Upon all sides the peninsula, sticking out from Nationalist factions, of which John base of our noble mountain headMonday morning tho funeral of former and present officers of tho hopo is expressed that Mrs. McRedmond and William O'Brien aro the leaders, the Ulster Unionists, Frank J. Kiarer, 831 East Jefferson local Ladles' Auxiliary. Tuesday Whorter may be Induced to corao lands, we hear strange hints ot Disloythe Southern Unipnlsts and the Sinn street, was held from St. Boniface night she addressed the ladles at to Louisville for St. Patrick's day. some Isnaturalized citizens. alty mentioned. This is very HIbornlan political bodies church, of which ho was long a their meeting In tho Feiners as the hard to believe. In our civil war which will be represented In tho faithful member. Deceased was a Home, which was) tastefully decorCATHOLIC KNIGHTS. nearly every nation had repreconvention, but said the Govern- native of Germany, coming to Louis- ated for the occasion, tho national predominating. After an ment considered It most important ville when oa young man, and for the colors morning Dr. Sunday Felix sentatives. Their people by birth yearfi had been oar eloquent address SUCCUMBS TO APOPLEXY. there was a Gaudln, of Now Orleans, Supreme become loyal American citlzdns and that representatives! of local govern past thirty-twa rule. Ing bodies', the churches, trade inspector for the L. & N. railroad. bounteous luncheon, during which President, and Capt. Michael Quinn, gbod sbldiers as regiment I My own knew Anna all were introduced personally to regiment every Mrs. Grief spread over tho city when unions and commercial and educa- Besides his widow, made of tho tional interests should participate. Kiarer, he leaves three daughters, the honored guest. Wednesday vis- of iNew York, Supreme Trustee of had some. A number of them were announcement was tiwo comes from tho ar- among our highest and best offiKnights of America, John Mayer, Mrs. Gus Doerlng press about the men who refused death Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Mr. Redmond agreed in this policy Mrs. Mrs. Job fa Young, and one sis- its were mado to the Academy of tho Catholic that rived in the Sisters of Mercy and Holy Ros- and wero Louisville n from St. Louis, cers. To me it is unthinkable Just, to vote for Beckham In tho Sen- Annie Jennins Wathen, widow of and the veteran home ruler even and Mrs. Rosa Losch. reception com- an Intelligent man, honest and met by ter, ary Academy, where Mrs. McWhoratorial contest a few years ago and M. A. Wathen. at one time Presi- offered to obliterate himself In tho of Gen. known ter spoke on the sltudy of Irish his- mittee composed McCarthy, Michael as we have be, who these naturalized supported Bradley Instead, when dent of tho Old Grand Dad Dis- Intorests of harmony. But tho , William F. .. Watecu. sixty-nin- e Joseph citizens to takes a solemn tory, anl also the Visitation Home Reichert, Eugene G House refueol loudly to accept his Beckham left them no other tilling Company, years old and a popular employe of P. McGinn and Joseph A. Fleck, of oath to support the constitution or alternative, playing the dog in the Garvin Place. Mrs. Wathen was offer. Even Lord Lansdowne, who the B. F. Avery Company, passed for working girls, where a dinner the Social Club. After attending the States, and absolutely honor. manger,' refusing to withdraw for stricken the preceding Monday has been charged by slome with the peacefully away Saturday morning was set In her night a splendid audi- mass the Tyler Hotel Was made and United entirely renounco and abjure Lloyd George's at Wednesday whom all morning by apoplexy. She is sur- wreckage- - of some other Democrat headquarters and in the afternoon his home, 737 East Walnut allegiance and fidelity to any could support. According to their vived by three daughters, Sister previous work of reconciliation, told street, leaving a wide circle that ence assembled In St. Patrick's Dr. Gaudin and Capt. Quinn ad all forelgn prince, potentate, state or not to support Sophlo Catherine, of the Ursullne the Lords that the road to home mourns his death. Three sons, Ed- Hall to hear Mrs. McWhorter and dressed the Social Club at the stoveioignt logic iti is treason of which he was becrew when they Convent, Cincinnati; Mrs. H. Norman rule had been traveled too far for ward, Hubert and Harvey Waters, were well repaid.' Upon her en- Knights of Columbus Hall, giving the A. turning back, and referring to tho trance into the hall the audience much encouragement to tho move- fore a citizen or subject, and to .are given the nomination, but it Wnddington. and Miss Frances and two daugltters, Mrs. Fred Daln-le- r arose and applauded. suport and defend tho constitution Upon the is smart politics for this) same gang Wathen. She is also survived by Importance of facilitating the task and Miss Fannie Waters, sur stage were Rev. James P. Cronln, ment for a ladies' branch. Presi- and laws of the United States to knife other Democratic nominees. two sons, J. George "and Albert of "those who are our friends in vive him. The funeral took place County Chaplain; Rev. T. L. Crow- dent Gaudin emphasized the fact against nil enemies.' foreign and' and America." Ask the average Democrat today Wathen. Besides her sons Monday morning with requiem high that the Social Club has brought domestic, and bear true faith and Former Premier Asquith, com- mass at St. John's church, Rev. ley, Division Chaplain; State Presi- tho Catholic Knights of America what lie would have, done in the daughters, she Is survived by four same, that any same situation as these Senators nephews, O. H. Wathen, owner of mended the Government's proposals Father Schuhmann paying tribute to dent William Connelly, Miss Mary info further prominence in Louis- allegiance to the man, understanding this solCorcoran, Miss Fannie Kennedy, ville. en- such the Louisville Baseball Club; Dr. heartily. "If the convention fails, the Christian life of the deceased. nd Representatives in the Also that ho heartily take a stand Dougherty ana .miss dorsed the club and would do any- emn oath, could help us," he said. -Bradley Mrs. Dan contest and he will John Wathen, J. B. Wathen, Jr., then Heaven United States in any approve of tho stand taken by the President of the oia unina una They would have to admit that, morning, after a linger Bertha King. Father Croulu ex- thing in his power to assist Its against the form toy will or deed." Sunday men who refused to vote for our Distilling Company and th Ken- though problems! similar in charac ing illness borne with Christian pressed great pleasure In welcom- growth. Capt. Quinn said the Social manner or Dutton sounds! a-- timely Brother tucky Wholosalo Liquor Dealers' ter and not les difficult had been fortitude, Mrs. Margaret McCarthy ing to St. Patrick's the Hibernians Club was one of tho desires of his prohibitionist Senator. secWathen, settled elsewhere in the world, "we Egau, aged sixty-fouHe was hopeful that It warningoragainst anything like for Everyone knows that Gov. Stan- Association, and R. E. widow of and their guest, following which heart. patriotism, In Demo- President of the R. E. Wathen Dis- are so wanting resources of Peter Egan, went to her eternal vocal solos were rendered by Mlsslas would rapidly increaso in member- tional says:partisan patriotism must by ley was! knifed "True was the statesmanship that we can not set reward, leaving many who were her Gorolng and Corlnne She Bates and ship and keep up the good woik it as he crats of this caliber In 1915, and tilling Company. It springs from the Wathen In tho evening be national. profiting by this last year Congress- daughter of Ellen C.was born and tlo hero at our own doors what is friends. She leaves a daughter, selections on tho violin by Misses was accomplishing. nation In most, vital both to our interests Albert Wathen and Estello Dougherty and representatives of the Central Com- home, from the family. The far as man J. C. Cantrill guarded against Mrst Emma Hclblg, and a sister- - Marie and so Lebanon. Mrs. Wathen was a mem- and to our honor." Curran, who were mittee and the Social- Club gavo must bo a large family It muslt be having only by any treachery Mrs. Mary McCarthy, 2120 Master James Louis Bcrtrand's church ber John Redmond said that if thero Bank street. Her funeral was held given enthusiastic encores. Rounds an informal dinner in honor of the concerns patriotism, and .friends on guard, rolling up the hig- and of St. prominent In religious was united. It can not recognize any Crowley, slaid hest majority for a Democratic work in Louisville. Sho was Inter- were any feeling that he had mem- Tuesday morning from tho Church of applause greeted Father who was visitors. against A delightful audience greeted Dr. such situation as ono section thore-to- . President in years. It Is hardly ested In several charities and had things which had left bitter of Our Lady, Rev, Father Connlff of St. Louis! Bertrand's, anything leading necessary to add that Beckham and ories ho would be willing to step ceieDraung tne requiem nign mass. happy because he was present and Gaudin at St. Martin's Hall, where another, ortimes aro dangerous; If many gifts to charity. Her down In order to promote the harThe with interest the ho lectured Sunday night. The had followed Haly had no part in Cantrlll's or- made Tuesday morning the war workings of the ordor. Ho con- lecture was preceded by three mu- drawn into the whole countryentire ganization, as ho does not like a funeralSt.was held Bertrand's church, mony of tho proceedings of the will INSTRUCTIVE LECTURE. Louis from to sical numbers, the first an artis- strength of our cluded with a glowing tribute This was recolved with convention. heads! and has defeated and hair in their Tipoded." the contest. cemetery. burial was in St. Louis cries of "no" from all parts of tho Mrs. McWhorter and the Ladles' tically rendered piano selection by he every primary them In wero Col. William A. Colston, of the The Not only must our patriotism oe who Beckham's plan to have Haly as 0. IL Wathen, J. B. Wathen, Jr., houso. Redmond said the conven- First Regiment, was greeted by a Auxiliary, the largest organization Miss Olivia Wempe, vocal was ac- charitable, recognizing the duty of solo by only should be free, but of women of one faith in tho coun- companist for tho Collector is the first blow. aimed at Theodore Mueller, C. D. Rodman, tion not harboring no thinking of all largo crowd at Bertrand Hall Mon- try. State President William Con- Harry Clark, who wa3 compelled to suspicion well and against any one Ollle James and Cantrill, as It is Herbert Tashglan and Robert should be ropresntatlvo or coun- day evening, when ho addressed the nelly said the ocaslon was one that respond to the hearty encore, tho logiplanned to oppose Cantrill, the classes and sections. County .0 Burgess. uui .UUnnnliln' Tint. IHllV cils, corporations, trades unions, members of the Holy Name Society anidnm mmos to the Hibernians of final numbor being a piano selection ciasu ui bo a wnouo...j.i patriotism, cal candidate for Governor, with national confident tho b Miss Matilda Everln. President must it McChesnoy, the prohibitionist, and the various churches, the teaching of St. Louis Bortrand's parish on Louisville and he felt strong, but above all MUST HEED THIS CALL. Introduced profession, Irish Peers and tho dif- tho military situation of today. Col. visit of the National President Fleck delivered thoWilliam Cushlng, united and be an intelligent and attack Ollle James with our own also address ferent political parties) should bo Colston urged tho young menv pres- ivnnlrt he fruitful of good, as tho who and presented Dr. of wel It must patriotism. For thero are Col. Patrick Callahan, a newly born Gaudtn. rational The National Conference of Cath- represented. Ho was willing to ent to enlist now with tho First Louisville auxiliary stood second to come prohibitionist with United States To describe his lecture would be signs which make it evident, that Haly and olic Charities isl eager to collect agree to a limited representation Of Regiment and not wait until drafted, none in tho country. Senatorial aspirations. seeking of all Miss Mary Corcoran was happy difficult, as to the enthusiastic audi- thero is danger that while Beckham are not madly in love with records concerning activities during the Irish party, an equally largo this showing tho true Kentucky and fully convoyed, charter of liberty to alone as a politician or Catholic relief organizations representation of tho Ulster party patriotic spirit. His talk was In- and graceful in her Introduction of ence elicitedwas it rapt attention to extend the we bo unmindful of Callahan either such nations rebrother prohibitionist, but they will the present national emergency, so- and a generous representation of terspersed with witty anecdotes pa Mrs. McWhorter, who held the and not one left the hall during its other liberty means to ourselves. To what institutions Sinn Feiners. of calcium light cieties and heads of He approved the lating to backers and promising audience spellbound for over an that .give him plenty delivery. Tho way Dr. Gaudin ex- ward against tho danger Of not un evokand advertising as long as he sup- which engage in any form of social oroDosal to have a small nominated triots which was much enjoyed. hour, her frequont witticismsspeaker plained tho pictures thrown on tho derstanding our own liberty we work are expected to do their tun element, and also the suggestion Very Rev. Father T. L. .Crowley in- ing prolonged laughter. Tho plies the campaign barrel. screen and tho points of Interest ifollow tho excellent advice of of Since tho repeated warnings In share In anticipating problems co- that the Chairman should be nom troduced tho speaker and made a dwelt principally upon tho mission about Jerusalem and the Holy Land, muslt Molokal missionary, who tells tho few remarks on American patriot- of the Ancient Order of Hibernians civil and military relief and to Ho hoped inated by the Crown. theso columns of the danger of tho Catacombs, the arena in which us that: "One of the most ImRev. Father R. G. Lyons, and their unswerving loyalty every- tho Influence creeping operate as circumstances may re- tho Chairman would bo a man of ism. would Christian of tho efforts) In this distinguished Chaplain of tho Holy Name Society, where to the prlesjt and faith. Their tho bloodwas shed, first manner In portant Items of preparednessand re- proved Judgment, into local politics through tho quire with related tho k tnv nil Aitlzons to study preservation of martyrs Important for our his- experience and undoubted impar- presided over tho mooting. great work was the Sheriff's race there has been & field. It is which tho Romans persecuted the constitution. This tho two grand ideals love of faith Christians by burning and feeding study tho Federal young men just wide murmur of dissent and hun- tory to assemble records which will tiality. response of CathMACKIN COUNCIL. Irish them to wild animals, tho magnifi especially for the and race. Her picture of tho Earl'Curzon made a statement in dreds of Democrats have said that show the patriotic yuu..v now coming upon mo homo made an Inmression that will although they have nothing per- olic organizations to this call of the House of Lords similar to tho In experiTho meeting of Mackln Council be lasting, tho reference to "her cence of tho churches wall and about affairs. We aro coming into depend He sonally againslt Mr. McNally, tho our country. Copies of resolutions Premier's in the Commons. great of Jeruvery likely, that will night was well attend self," "himself" and tho children Rome and the candidate, his nom- adopted, and accounts of meetings, said, the subject was one which last Monday or salem, brought such reality to the ences', tnis greai full weaken tho ticket In addressed and of all arrangements called for restraint, moderation and ed and reported life. Tho Picnic 1Com- and tho respect for parents and minds of his hearers that ono could largely upon its original iusuuiucuv, ination would sense and had religion affecting every hearer. She not but feel that August whether in no man or set of mado separately or in conjunction forbearance. Curzon said it mittee Earl November and that the Catholic attempts to dato been set right to jeopardize the with other civic bodies should be was tho war which led the Govern- outing, .as thowill bofor the annual made a forceful appeal to tho church has Indeed fulfilled the say- full import or under men has the I besome of Its features. at Summers' which positions ot policemen, firemen or gathered, classified and presorved ment to try to solve tho difficulty. Park, and there Is no doubt but mothers, upon whom rests the coun- ing that "Tho church will bo per- Ignorewo should all enter a constituOffito follow the oxamplo secuted until tho end of time." Tho lieve give for the use of tho historian. a In the war Ireland had been ther city employes simply to make ready will try's welfare, crowd a foot- cers of orcanizatlons and others in source of weakness ana not oi that with favorable weather Itcoun- set in the old land, whoro the little history of tho life of Christ on tional kindergarten and tho endangor surpass any yet given by tho social work are urgently strength. sflirlne of all that was earth was most instructive and very for anything that could the" homo Never a month or evon hold in tho Sheriff's office and con- terested in Is being holy. was the stability of our Government unsond information to the a week passted that the specter of cil. Tho tennis court Monday as guests of interesting. trol ot tho election machinery. Mr. asked to Conference constitution." speedily placd in condition for tho of Catholic Mrs. McWhorter made one con- tho Social Club tho visitors wore der Its Federal words! of Brother McNally's candidacy has aroused no National did not cross tno GovernTheso last University of Ireland path. A settlement ot this warm fcattles that will bo waged by vincing statement which appealed show tho many points of interest enthusiasm, being practically un- Charities, Catholic ment's desorvlng of caretho players, including the Rev. In orof the voters, America, Washington, D, C, Neglect question would mako it easier for Father O'Connor, who is ono of the to her hearers in speaking of the about the city and witnessed the Dutton are well consideration. The known to thought and Holy Mother races at Churchill Downs. ful arid his reception at tho ward and der that this may ho done. America to throw her full weight best when It comes to swinging the close alliance between peopio price of true liberty Is, as has heen club gatherings! should serve as a of this thoughtful service will rob into the struggle. Speaking In a racquet. Tho Visiting Committee Church and tho Irish by St. ever vigilance. Patsaid so often, eternal CEDAR GROVE. forewarning to tho mon who aro tho church of a golden opportunity serious tone, he continued: "It will reported James Mullarkey on tho since their conversion Surely there can be no better pato foist him on the ticket by to show tf the world tho spirit of bo a national misfortune If any ono sick list, Paul J. Breen and Carl J, rick. She said "Show mo tho IrisOi trying who seeks to safeNext Monday evening at 7:30 triot than ho country that aro not methods of torce and coercion. her benevolence in its Incomparable of the Irish parties stands aloof, Lisa as improving, and the condi- man or Irish woman ancestry and precious o'clock tho young ladles of Cedar guard for his liberties Its by long splendor. proud of their Irish responsibility will rest tion of Georgo Senator Sam Robertson is E. and grave" Becker un guaranteed will present a heritage, tho with keeping alive .the Grove Academy elect changed. identified on those leaderB who should odds the popular choice with tho our citizens) by the constituORDAINED FOR ICENTUCKY. Irish spirit and I will show you drama entitled "Dolores or Through all otand aa they am therein to abstain." Democratic voters, and when you Is lukewarm in his or her the Fires of Sorrow," a play of tion one that Attempt to quell popular sentimont William O'Brien, leader of tno FRANKFORT. C. B, of C. V. Catholic faith. The clas3 ashamed creat excellence, by the well known guaranteed, Another pries.t will foe added to Independent Nationalists, said no ia a political party then the sucwill be found author "Mercedes." whose works Mr. and Mrs Charles Whitehead. of their Irish blood cess of that party in the future is Kentucky by the ordination of Rev. Irishman would discuss the proIIAD IIAPPV DAY..V please well as in grave doubt, None aro so blind John McCrystal, a student "who is posal of tho Government without of Frankfort, have announced the ashamed of their Catholic taiin ana are desScned to sustainsas the undiplace will eat Instruct, which completing his studies at Mt. St. grave and anxious consideration. A engagement of their sister. Miss la a hotel or public pg those who will not see. Tho children of St. Vincent and colSeminary, Ellenora, Ohfo. He homo rule settlement by the consent Katherlno Coleman, to Webster moat on Friday or fast day rather vided interest of tho audience until a It was predictedagoIn theseseeing Mary be in the of all parties and by his country- Gazlay Griffin. Tho marrlago will than acknowledge their Tellglon tho last act. Tho mtnlns will ap- St. Thomas Orphan Honies ha4 will ordained two weeks that umns! enjoyable ' May party Dream," a charmin the County Judge'B Cathedral on May 7. will receive men of all persuaslpns had been take place at 6 o'clock on the morn- among etrangors or ariEltocratlc pear In "Dottle's giving opportunity pleasant and afternoon. It was the driftpresent Judge, last Sunday ing little play Sam Greene, deaconshlp from tho hands or tho great object of his political life. ing of Juno 6 at the Church of the friends." nice the RnnaiHne of Ensrland. Mrs. Mc for the display of talent by tho wee given by tho Ladies' Sewing Circles out the S. O. S, Archbishop Moeller in St. Peter The Government's plan might well Good Shepherd, with nuptial high would soon send grovo at St. Vincent's, the Miss Coleman is widely Whorter eajd that, although allied ones. All who can should see tho In the Mil to his friend and adviser. Gen. Cathedral, Cincinnati, on Saturday, make the ears of every Irishman mass. country now, no Irishman performance, which will take place boys being brought oyer in autoto who had fought with him tingle known. The groom-elecon2, and will be elevated with that is W. B, Haldeoian, editor of the June Tom Dolan. was ju hm1- - In the academy school hall, Thirty-fift- h mobiles by Councilman,been amused Tlinw, and this came true Wednes- the priesthood by Bishop Broseart with satisfaction, because it showed nected with the Frankfort Water or and Rudd avenue. The ad After the children had morning, June 16. He will the Government had begun to find Company ad Secretary, and Is the bound to stop speaking of the day when Judge Greene's request Sunday twenty-fiv- e for a couple of hours they wera Ireland, dealing St. tor Om, Haldeinan to act as Chair- - nine hie 'first solemn mase in 24. out that the only way of Jby con- - son of John X. Griffin, Superin- wrongs done satfoos". by this moat I mission will bo only treated to an excellent luncheon, speker cents. The cruel ot all 'with the Irhfc difffeultj wa tendent of the fmrae HHiBy, of hi eampaign eowwltiee wwiPaul' ehureh, Lexington, t Jaiae thrown out by the paper last Saturday that, In tho event of tho removal lien Marshall at of Collector Haly would be Frankfort, Percy chosen to succeed him has caused widespread dissatisfaction such among Kentucky Democrats that tho first announcement from this sourco has alsio been the last. From one end of tho State to the other came telegrams and letters to the officials at Washington protesting against Haly's appointment, which they know would bo the greatest y calamity that could befall Democracy since tho election of Beckham to tho United States Senate. Tho spectacle of a political prohibitionist serving as CoRevenue with llector of Internal Frankfort and Lexington under his jurisdiction is enough to dismay and appall any Democrat who cares anything for the future of his party. To begin with Haly and Beckham can not be considered loyal members of the Democratic party, and they have supported the ticket only when It suited their own wishes and purposes. Four years ago Haly dipped enough into Louisville politics to support the Bull Moose nominee for Mayor here, and In that was assisted by all of the local who just like their bosses arc Democrats when it Despite this suits their purposes. overy now and then a slquawk or Tho "feeler" m Haly-Beckhabr semi-tropical Ken-luck- anthnrltv for the statement that William M. Bohon will bo brought out as a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for State Senator against Senator Charles! H. district, Knight In tho Thirty-sixt- h and it is rumored that Ids announcement will bo made in the next few days. There is no Democrat in the city who stands higher than Senator Knight with tho men of all classes and his record in tho Senate has been highly commended by men of all parties, the business man and working man alike, and in their opinion he deserves an indorsement, and furthermore that it would bo but fitting that he should bo given the nomination without opposition In the Democratic party. As a nominee he has proven a splendid asiset to the ticket In the general election and Louisville and Jefferson county Democrats always found him a willing tbrvant at Frankfort. Candidates for tho nominations are getting right busy these days and there are big gatherings of candidates at every club meeting. Some of those who aro campaigning this way aro Senator McNutt, Adolph Schmltt, Dr. H. E. Mech- ling, Senator Sam Robertson, William T. McNally, Fred Heffernan, Joo Nevin and others. The latest rumor emanating from the Brumleve ranks Is that the first of the month a full ticket will be announced, one of the leaders telling' tho writer that candidates against Pred Ray. Allen Smith, Adolph Schmltt. Clay Hall and Charlie Fos ter had already been selected, all to be announced together, uumor has it that Frank Schuster, of tho Scott County Clerk's office, and Miller are preparing to run as an entry In the County Assessor's race, but it appears that Allen Smith has gotten too" big a lead to bo even in James D. danger in this race. Headley, a well known young attorney and Democrat, has announced for Representative In tho Sixth and Seventh wardst selves. One of the Brumleve leaders published and also the response, in which the Times editor agreed to do so. There are many 'Democrats who do not envy the General his job, as it will take almost a superhuman effort to make Judge Greene an active contender In tho race, Squire Wheeler and Loralne Mix Convention lias Been Called o having pretty near corraled tho Slay Solve Homo Kule Democratic vote between them- IRELAND and en-tir- Is Problora. Premier Lloyd George Announces the Intention of thoGovcrnmcnt. .John Itcdniond and the Nationalists Favor Move With Hope. ALL CLASSES IN THE ACTION ference, conciliation and consent. O'Brien warned tho Government there would be grave difficulty to overcome In the election or selection of the members of the convention. The Dublin Irish Times, commenting on the proposed convention, says it is folly to think the recent course of Irish politics has fitted Individual Irishmen for the supremely difficult task of leadership. The Irish Unionists do not pretend to be hopeful, It says, although they refuse to take the responsibility for dosing thelr ears to tho Government's appeal.' Tho Freeman's Journal says the prospects for the convention have been Improved by the discussions in Parliament. Premier Lloyd George's! promise to accept the decision of tho convention in regard to both and scope of tho the character Irish constitution gives even greater importance to the convention, the newspaper says, arid will increaso enormously the force of the appeal to all genuine Nationalists. The Irish Independent says it is Idle to pretend that anything slhort of full colonial home rule will bo regarded by Irishmen as a final settlement, and a final settlement Is what the Government pretends to have In view. that although Bolgium, Sorvla and othor small countries) deserved sympathy, their suffering had been but a drop In the bucket compared to tho persecution of Ireland, which had lasted for several hundred years; hor peopio scattered to tho Hibernian Ladles' Give National four corners of the earth, driven A Voice of Patriotism Prom the from home through oppression, her President Hearty Kentucky Island of the Living population today 5,000,000 less AVelcome. ' than .fifty years ago, and many of Dead. our older folks illiterate because of England forbidding schools! for tho Irish youths. Mrs. McWhorter com.Mrs. Mary McWhorter Delights pared our alliance today with the Brother Dnlton Pleads For traveler who is compelled to take Study of Constitution and Large and Kuthusiastic tho same road with a thief or vagabond that the traveler Is not comAgainst Division. Audiences. pelled to thank his for the undesired company at the end of the Journey, nor are we comthank for Fathers Cronan and Crowley pelled toalliance England end tho tho In War Whole Strength of Our of at the Wed- APPRECIATED WARNING '. road-ma- te ed Deliver Addresses nesday Night. VISIT MUST PROVE BENEFICIAL eleven-year-ol- d, In discussing tho home rule question of today Mrs. McWhorter said not much can bo expected of tho Irish convention, which Lloyd George knew in advance would not accomplish any end as long as that scoundrel and traitor. Sir Edward Carson, Ulster's leader and England's pet, was allowed to block real home rule plans and dismember Ireland. The real Irishman and lover of home rule today was in the position of tho real mother before Solomon, who did not want tho child sacrificed for justice, nor does the Irishman or citizen of Irish blood want to see the little green Isle torn asunder to suit the fancy of Carson and his traitorous associates. Tho speaker said that England was on trial, facopinion today, and ing world-wid- e that we in this country, where people of thero aro 23,000,000 Irish blood, should Influence our American statesbnen to demand that Justice and liberty bo given Ireland. She also made an eloquent appeal fo rthe study of Irish history and urged her hearers who could to become members of the grand old order that took the world's prize at the Paris Exposi- war. . Whole Country Will He Needed. PATRIOTISM MUST BE NATIONAL Haly-Beckha- m 'at1icr-homc,-1- 23 -- Haly-Beckha- m Beckham- r, ed in-la- - .1 pall-beare- rs Ill-w- ill ri. -.- -- Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m nine-tent- sub-deaco- n' ct Irish-Americ- an lfc-- t . J f JBCEJX:XJOI:"5r XISSKC AJSdOE'XaLCAJBm v KENTUCKY IRISH. AMERICAN. PUBLISH KD KVBRY SATURDAY. ttw9H4 te the SeelaJ aaa Moral A4?aefflwi st Irisa Aenricm aed CsfteHei OtSeiaiiy Iadencd by Aaateat Older el HNseflrtaas, Vmws Mea'i Iaatttato wi QatfcoHc KmlgMt of America. KtJNTUOKY IMISrl AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO.,Iarated, Pwfc Matters SINQLB COPY e 1BCJUPTION PKICB, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Bator at to AMnn aU ChwImcbs PaitotRc M Mai-Cflatter. to too MKTUCrt HKSM AMBKJCAN, JfeVIl West dreea St. 1j ltTMa CTOADEsKfliSWcOukm.jl LOUIIVILLK, KY. CATHOLIC NEEDS. .SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1917 acter is developed I can provido tho recipe in one compound word Let a young man while ho Is young satisfy himself with a modicum of pleasure. It is a slow and somewhat plainful process this development of character. It means a wholesalo slaughter of habits of lndolenco and tasto for luxuries. But it pays splendid material and spiritual dividends. Onco character is dovoloped, once a young man of sound, normal mind, with a good brain in a good body, can control all his desires and inclinations, there is hardly . anything within reason that ho ,wlll not accomplish if ho sots his mind and energy upon it. No miraclo of course, although in this cut and dried ago wo can bo excused for referring to the spectacular as miraculous and there are numerous instances I could mention of spectacular success." There is no reason why a young man can not succeed if ho has average intelligence, good character, which of course depends upon tho faithful and conscientious practlco of his religion, and a hugo appetite for work. Thero Is always an opportunity for such young men, and thero will be no necessity for looking for a chance, it will meet them at their very doors. This is an ago when wo need men, real men, not imitations. self-deni- The daily press tolls of tho movement on. foot to raise a fund for tho maintenance of Y. M. C. A. camps at tho front, which brings to mind he fact that Catholics should organize and prepare along tho same lines for the benefit of tho Catholic soldier. "Within tho next few months about 400 priests will be needed as chaplains according to tho official estimates, and these priests will need altars, tents, vestments, etc., to say mass for tho .Catholic soldier, and an organized movo should be started to among the moot this morgency Catholic laymen. Tho Y. M. C. A. is strictly a (Protestant institution and money raised in its behalf will necessarily be used to further the needs of the different Protestant denominations. PUTS OFF HOPE. farewell visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gildehaus, in New -- May 28. May day social, Young Albany. Ladles' Sodality of St. Ann's church, Miss Elnora Alberts entertained Saturday a stocking May 30 Picture show and vaude shower in afternoon with slater, Miss honor of her vino, at XMorman 'incaier, auspices Clara Alberts, who will bo married of Hibernian Social Club. to William G. Leo early in June. May 29 Minstrel show, auspices t of Social Club, C. K. of A., at Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fitzgerald Hall. and daughter, Miss Josephine, of May 31 Card, lotto and lunch, 99 South Seventh, are sojourning party. Sowing Society of St. Jo- at Hot Springs, Ark., and before seph's Home, on grounds. returning will visit friends at MemJuno i Euchre "and lotto, St. phis, Tenn. Patrick's school hall, Thirteenth Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, and Market, evening only. Lawn fete by who have been living in tho HighJuno Church Debt and Building Fund of lands for the past several months, have come to Highland Park to St Louis Bertrand's cnurch. June 19 Trinity Council moon- make their homeH.with Mrs. CrawKustesL light excursion on steamer Pilgrim. ford's father, G. July 4 Catholic Orphan Society pastt Visitors picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage week wore from Frankfort the Mr. and Mrs. Bernard grounds. Brlslan, Miss Nora Newman, Mrs. 9 July Annual garden party James L. Newman, Mrs. Emma F. of St. Anthony's Hospital, auspices Newman, and Misses Catherine, of. Sowing Society. Anna, Mamie and Blanche Tobin. July 19 Moonlight excursion by Trinity Council on Steamer PilMaster WHlle Buschemeyor gave grim. a delightful entertainment Tuesday July 2G Annual picnic for St. afternoon to about fifty of his little Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Phoenix friends at the home of his parents, Mayor and Mrs. John H. Busche-meye- r, Hill Park. in honor of his guest, Master July 30 Annual A. O. H. picnic Tom Shelley Coldewey, of at Phoenix Hill Park. Ber-trand 18-19-- 20 coairaa events. HERMAN STRAUS fOURTH AVEMK wcapamtrro SONS MARKET STfiECT . We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. CONFIRMATION 18-1- SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT W8;gj.waoxw!iiaiK8acac8ac8:toKOKgw V Miss Tho German Chancellor has refused to state on what terms Germany would bo willing to make peace. Ho declared that It would not serve tho interests of his country to make a declaration of peace terms, and therefore he declined to do so. This attitude is far from encouraging any hopo for an early peace. Perhaps a year hence peace proposals, may bo in order. Scarcely before that time. And It may take two or threo years to settle the If one could only get a peep at Surely not very tho wino terrific conflict. cellars of some of those encouraging. who are shouting in favor of prohibition one might bo more than "WOULD LKE ISSUE. shocked at tho amount of llqhor President Wilson has asked au- 4hey carry for "medicinal" pur thority from Congress to control poses. and direct tho transportation of On tho basis of figures submitted freight' traffic of tho country during tho period of the war, stating to the War Department only one In a letter to Representative Webb, man out of every twenty of those Chairman of tho House Judiciary liable for military service will bo Committee, that "tho exercise of drafted in order to make up tho first army of 500,000. imsuch authority has become peratively necessary." If tho power This is tho season for first com is granted wo shall have an exmunion and confirmation,, How inperiment dn partial government connocent look! How trol of railroads. How it will work happy tho children are their parents! out in practlco is another question. But wo have been approaching Trinity Sunday comes on apace, government control for somo tiino. and "while tho light holds out to If the experiment proves successful, burn the vilest sinner may return." government ownership may be a live Issue five" years hence. FOLLOW CHURCH WISDOM. . , Jeffersonvllle girl, and Sylvester Kellerman, of this city, were quietly wedded on Friday evening of last week at St. Martin's church, giving their friends and relatives an Miss Viola Sweeney, South Louis- agreeable surprise. Tho attendants ville, is home from a visit at wore tho bride's sister, Miss Nashville. Lamancho Mer, and the bridegroom's brother, Arthur Kellerman. Thomas J. KInsella has joined tho officers' reserve corps at Fort Thursday was a happy day indeed Riley, Kas. for Mr. and Mrst George H. Tepe, street, who celebrated Mrs. R. M. Arnold was tho guestt 2521 Duncan jubilee of their marriage, last week of Mrs. Fountain Kremer the silver the congratulations of receiving at Pleasure Ridge. many friends. An interesting feature of their anniversary was tho Mr. and Mm Will Fahey spent marriago of their daughter, Miss Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Edna E. Tepe, and Fred G. Boyco, Hogan at Parkview. at St. solemnized which was 3 o'clock .in the Cecilia's Mrs. J. E. Graves has been afternon. church at In tho evening spending the week with Mrs. John a double reception at thethere was home of Downs! at Bloomfield. tho parents and bride. Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall H. Miss Annareen Nicoulln Bullitt have been spending the Allen Benedict were marriedand St. at week at Atlantic City. Charles Borromco church Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh Father C. P. Itaffo officiating. The (a week's viflit have returned ;from affair was quit a surprise to their at West Baden Springs. many friends and only tho immediate families were present. Tho Miss Jessie Bannon, Barxlstown bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. road, liad for her guest for several John Nicoulln, of St. Matthews, and days ,MIss Mario Garaghty. is an attractive and accomplished young lady. Tho groom Is conDr. T. J. Bryan and Mrs. Bryan nected with the County Engineer's were recent Sunday guests of Mrs. office and Is one of our best known P. H. Ryan at Shepherdsville. men about town and especially popular in Democratic political cirMrs. John Egan, of New Albany, cles. Ho has also been prominent was last wek the guest of Mrs. In local athletic events, having had charge of several local tennis George Kannapel, Flora Heights. tournaments. Immediately after tho Miss Mattie Mae Farrell Is In ceremony tho happy young couple Nashville, visiting her aunt, Mrs. left on a .bridal tour to St. Louis and on their return will go to J. W. Heist, and other relatives. housekeeping at 2223 West MadiMiss Maggio Gorman Miss Idelle McCloy, Clffton, en- son sitreet. visitor Miss presided at the'organ and Miss Fein tertained as a week-en- d Josephine Greonfield, of Eminence. Christian sang "Call Me Thine Own." SOCIETY. Edith Isler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Flsjco Isler, a popular $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 White Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS 60c VOTE 111 W 79c ioie ' SvSr $1.00 August Primnry 101T 101 CMS. H. KNIGHT Senatorial District Wffl CANDIDATE 3TOR STATE SENATOR Thirty-Sixt- h tf H. S. McNUTT FOR rA Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 1917 Thomas Tobin, Crescent Hill, had as his guest this week his daughter, Mrs. H. L. Doherty, of Tampa, Fla. Mul-lane- COUNTY COMMISSIONER TRINITY COUNCIL. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4. 1917. August Primary 1917 ft I w educated workers. It is a patriotic duty for young people to enter tho new professions which modern Industry has croated, and for which long educational preparation is needed. AIUIY CONSCIUPTION BILL. According to a bill introduced CALLED TO DECIDE. into tho Michigan Legislature suits soon Tho schools will bring for breach of promise to marry will hereafter be impossiblo unless their year's work to a closo and the persons concerned publicly remany young people will be called corded their engagement. This is upon to decido whether to go on to another acknowledgement of tho secure a higher education or go at wisdom of the church in her legislaIn proposing tho bill tho once into the ranks of tho earners tion. Hon. Charles W. Clark said: of wages. Tho need of food pro"In business deals almost every duction and other war preparations business man insists on .a writ ton will ralso wages and tend to de- memorandum. If tho terms of sucl plete tho ranks of tho scholars, but relatively minor matters are placed ... n.wub, national preparedness also involves Important nriij ouuuiu iUVL IUU III US I postho possession of many technically sibly make transaction one can bo reduced to writing? Tho army conscription bill, as agreed on by tho conferees of House and Senate, fixes tho ago limits for conscription at twonty-on- o and thir.ty years inclusive, making it applicable to all voters under tho ago of thlrty-onTho exemptions remain virtually tho same, but provision is made for the creation of an elaborate system of boards to decido upon exemptions and for boards of appeal in each federal judicial district. Among tho exemptions from draft are ordained ministers and, priests and students at divinity schools at tho time of the approval of this act. This will relieve a situation that threatened to prove very serious for tho church in this country. With students in seminaries conscripted, the shortago of priests would soon be felt severely. o. r YOUNG MAN'S CHANCE. v r From pulpit and platform much has been said, from time to tlmo on the young man's chance. Much toaa been written on the subject 'JJut when everything has been said tti question is after all up to the yoaug man himself. Judge Morgan O'Brien, the head of one of the leading law firms in New York, gives a fw useful points in regard to a young, lawyer, but which also hold good for any other profession. "It is a mistaken idea," says Judge O'Brien, "to suppose that a young man must have extraordinary r. tale&t to become a successful Average brains will serve a man. so long as he develops eharac- . And if you ask me bow cnar-'o- f law-Ta- i company the Knights, both ladle I ; Sewer aad Culvsrt Pipe, and gentlemen, will bo" well cared Tho Forty Hours' devotion will B&aaea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits. for by the people of the Nelson St. county capital. The round trip faro begin on Sunday morning at and Wall Coplatf, Drala Tile, VHrlfied ricK, Columba's church, Thirty-fift- h will bo only $1.50, and returning Market, and close on Tuesday. The Fire PreefiBe. Flae Lining Fir Brick Miss Veronica McGrath went to the train will arrive in ample time devotion will open with Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Caiaaey frjM. solemn marriages rarely result in lasting re- Cardomo on Monday, after a week- to mako street car connections. high massl and Rev. Father Ryan will be In Maloney, who is acting as pastor. Senator OFFICE 528. WEST JEFFERSON lations." Tho church has again end visit with her sister, Mr$. Leo charge Mark of tho train. will be assisted by clergy from a made even wiser provisions in her Meagher, at Frankfort. HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. proclamation of the ibans on sucnumber of our city churches. ORPHAN PIONIu. Mrs. C. C. Donahue, Dresden ave cessive Sundays) before the (marriage Z WORKS 13th end Breck. aadAIegaolla Ave Bet. 9tb and lOtfe. nue, had as a visitor for tho past ST. CECILIA'S. takes place. Another enthusiastic meeting in Mrs. week her aunt, Robert tWHIvw-H-I1fH1 IIU Ufrj-J( M tho interest of tho annual Fourth Semonls, of Mobile, Ala. Rev. Father Craney, the pastor, FIFTY YEARS. of July celebration and picnic of and Father Fallon, his assistant, AngBBt Primary Mrs. Mary Ahem returned homo the Catholic Orphan Society was have prepared a class of seventy-fiv- e 1017 1017 Two estemed Bishops of the country will celebrate Saturday from Frankfort, accom held Monday night at the Knights children, who will receive their assemtho fiftieth anniversaries of their panied by her sister, Mrs, M. A. of Columbus Hall. In theand this first holy communion on Sunday blage wero many new faces morning, Juno 3. Tho two zealous ordination to tho holy priesthood Crowley, for a short visit. encouragement gave further to priests aro also preparing for the during tho coming summer. The pastor of thoso engaged in tho work. Tho dedication of the flno new school Rev. Martin O'Connor, Right Rev. Thomas Grace." Bishop committees been 111 reports St. Michael's of Sacramento, will observe his at St. Joseph'schurch, has this past showed of tho various was) being building, which will take placo Infirmary that progress tho end of tho summer priest- iirtieth anniversary Jn tho made all tho line and BE3g 4$ ImB hod on Juno 24, and the Right week with an attack of biliousness. assurance along this celebration gives will that Rev. A. J. Glorieux, of Boise,, Martin Mullaney is recovering surpass those heretofore held. MonIdaho, will observe his fiftieth anonuRon of st. james. from an Illness of tonsllltts that has day night another general meeting niversary on Auugst 17. confined him to his home, 1032 will bo held, to which all friends thirty-si- x morning Tomorrow South Sixth street, for somo time of the St. Vincent and St. Thomas children will receive their first holy FIRST AMERICAN SAINT. past are invited. When tho Homes hands of minor details are completed tho communion from tho Wlllott, at tho pastor, Rer. Father St. Tho first American saint to be D. J. Maloney, tho well known full programme will be given in James church. In the ovenlng canonized by tho Catholic church produce man, is expected out in the these columns. Bishop O'Donaghue will administer was St. Rose of Lima, and tho cen- next day or two, having just recovtenary of her canonization will be PRACTICW6 IAWYER FOB the sacrament of confirmation. TWEHTY.FIVE YEARS ALUMNAE PARTY TODAY. ered from a Bevere attack of celebrated by tho Catholics of the CANDIDATE! FOR FOR FORTY-SEVEcountry this year. As she was a The Alumnao Society of St. CathjrvrAQis'rjreA.TEc member of the Dominican SisterMrs. Joseph J. Dlel's guests, Mrs. erine of Sienna Academy will enhood, this order Will celebrate the FIftt MuktNM DliWct-F- !t, The Rer. John Cavanaugh, C S. SwMd, Tfckd OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Sweeney, of Dayton, arid, tertain their friends with a card centenary In evnrv large cltv of Frank A. C. President of Notro Dame Uni Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. Subject to Action of Democratlo Hi party Mrs.' James coughun, of n years old Primary August 4. 1817. the nation. In all of the churches ids, Mich., have returned Big Rap- Hotel, this afternoon at the Tyler versity, was to their beginning at 2:30. Miss Wednesday. During tho day mespresided over by the Dominican Phoebe Harris! Is the President. sages were received from all over fathers a box will be placed In homes. Ht Tear keys aa tfcat tM which will be deposited the promthe United States, and among tho imsar tana tax Ufa. Mrs. Burt Gorman, who was ill CLOSING EXERCISES PRIVATE. students there was much rejoicing. ises of those who will agree to ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE receive a certain number of com- at St. Joseph's Infirmary, was reThe closing exercises at Loretto munions, say a certain number of moved on Saturday to her home in DAYS OF ABSTINENCE. lia W. rasway, ZeatsrUl, Xy. Academy at Nerinx' this year will prayers or hear a certain number New Albany and is near full Today, next Wednesday and Sat Cesa(.eU4 ey th Xaverlaa Brotaera, Only tho clergy, im- urday are days of abstinence, but be private. or masses, "all that peace may soon tMie& SeiMtMU aaa BusIbm mediate relatives of graduates and dispensation is granted to laboring settle over tho world and that our NORTON BUILDING country may be spared the ravage ' Kverett Gildehaus, now in the members of the alumnae will be .nd their families on these inja CMV Fwrh war. Coast Artillery, has been niaktog a present. The pretty little girl who arrived at the homo of John Langau, 2108 Dumesnil street, was) christened Sunday afternoon. 573-1786. H 1 1 1 1 -be-fo- ro The vast majority of partnership agreements aro in writing, why not the partnership for life?" These words recall the nositlvo legislation of Popo Pius X. for all Catholics: "Only those matrimonial engace- ments are considered valid and beget canonical effects which have been made in writing, signed by both parties, and by either tho nar- islh priest or tho Ordinary of the place, or at least by two witnesses." It is notable that the Michigan bill also provides that ministers or magistrates shall not perform marriage coreraonles within fifteen days after a license ha3 been isslued. The friends of Martin J. will bo sorry to learn that ho the Tegular meeting tried their is seriously ill at his home on South hand in tho bowling alley, setting a Sixth street. swift pace for such of tho regulars Kelly, Dan as Joo Klrchdorfer, Parkview, Hennessy, Carlisle Jim Mrs. Albert Marcell, Schmidt and entertained .last week for Mrs. J. O. Jerry Driscoll. Tho officers and Welch, Miss Sue Welch and Miss menibers were highly pleasied with Lois Neville. the visit of tho reverend visitors come often, as and Josephine Fitzgerald has they invited them toassociation with Miss believe direct gone to Memphis, Tenn., for a ten tho young men council of days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. bo of great benefit tho Trinity will to and Maurice Kean. tho Y. M. I. in helping to mold the Catholic young man's career. Next Missl Anna May Hoverin, South Monday evening Dr. William B, Louisville, has been visiting in Doherty will address the members Covington, tho guest of her sister, of tho council, his subject being CANDIDATE FOR Mrs. John Lyons. "Know Thyself." Dr. Doherty Is CITY TREASURER ono of Louisville's) most famous Mrs. W. M. Welsh, of North physicians and will undoubtedly Subject to Action of Democratic Party. (Neb., is visiting her mother, Platte. aukusi s. mif. be received by a largo audience. Mrs. Mary Flahive, at 1217 South street. Seventeenth ANNUAL COMMUNION. BARDSTOWN EXCURSION. y clergy A number of tho local were guests of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., Monday evening and after ' ANDREW M. SEA RUSSELL GAINES Candidate for County Surveyor Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1017 Primary August 4 101T KiBmHsr ADOLPH SCHMITT FOR CANDIDATE TAX RECEIVER Subject to the AoIIoh of the DamocMatio Partr U. to Alice Hayes has gone Louisville Tomorrow morning Richmond, Va., where she will guest of Council, Knights of Columbus, will spend somo tlmo as the run an excursion to Bardstown. Miss Emily Lyman. This has been arranged for tho con Mrs. E. A. Driscoll has returned venience of those who wish to wit from Vine Grove, whero she (pent ness 'the initiation there and also a month with her parents, Mr. and all others who would like to spend a day in Bardstown and visit the Mrs. W. A. Burkhardt. old Cathedral. All who may acMis3 their annual visit to St. John's church, Clay and Walnut, tomorrow morning and approach the holy table at tho 7 o'clock mass. Rev. Father Schuhmann will preach tho sermon. FORTY HOURS. Tho members of Branch 25. Cath olic Knights or America, will make iHWHl JHHWIIHW j. 1 111 MM I 111 ! BANNON, Prej. t Hit. P. BANNON, JR., Vice I'm. I Trus. T. H. MERIMEE, atcrcury. f i;R BANNON PIPE CO. t Jit M. B. KENDRlCft I WM. T. McNALLY forty-seve- t"x FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 4ett aij JammlSSSL&A'WSSS, iClSNTXJOKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS ' IKISB AXdOSilXltCAX. IRELAND'S QUKKN. . HOME RULE Ireland's Long Fight For Freedom Has Embrnccd-Al- l ForniH. SAM L. ROBERTSON OTJRtY 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. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Hordes, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. CO MP AN Y JJESjy ANIMALS Cut-O- ff gother From different parts of- - the earth, And each one told of some favor-lt- o ruler Of the land that gave him birth. Tiey were exiles all, gathered to RICHIB'S KELVX.IBIvE LOUISVILLE RENDERING Incorporated "SOUTHERN STAR" River Itoad, Ea&t of Home Phone City 721 Bryan Almost Immediately After the Union With Great Said Piorre of Franco: "Now hero Penetrating Oil. is a picture Of tho. ono who was Queen of my land. Note the exquisite beauty of Mario lTonie Phone City CANDIDATE Pleasant Worm Syrup. 154 Kidney and Bladder, Blood and Liver Vogtlax Tablets. , Cumberland Main 721 lirltian. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATIOH Incorporated. Chafes Oven Delay iu Putting n was organized by SLICED BACON citlzeni OF JEFFERSON COUNTY to make Into Operation Measure -- MM tUmOj for l'our Griddle 1b the Subject to Action of Democratic Party. LOANS Primary August 4, 1917. She Won. Morning" on furniture and other personal prop "erty at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE) LOWEST BATEB. Coleman Blag LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. BILL HAS PASSED THREE TIMES (Inoorporated.) Both Phones. 28S6. well-know- SHERIFF A. LUDWIG FOR Antoinette And her beautiful well formed hand." lSevcn(ech and Hank WE'LL FIX THAT FAN AND DO FOR YOU JOS. - C03D7ANY REPAUt Hancock and Droadwny essV I&essH Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Ireland's) fight for home FIRST CLASS WORK sLV (R flHSriifsLLLS Former Foreman Overland Louis- - began before her Parliament rule was Give This Office Your Next Order vlllo Co. abolished and merged in that of XfetTOTeseseH BSSSB there Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Great Britain. For as early as 317 W. GREEN ST. SSM Who camo from tho land of tho Cars Our Specialty 1708 Wolf Tone, an Ulster Protgreen. 'Telephone City 946 Phone City 6007 estant, headed a revolt seeking total "Now, boys," said he, "I'd llko you separation. But In its present to seo BNGRAVKItS Home Phone Shawnee SOS form It began almost lmmediatlv Tho face of Ireland's Queen. JsL after the IriBh Parliament of 1801 HENRY GOSS tVHLICH ENGRAVING COMTAN votea for union with Great Britain. "She is nobld and sweet, gentle and Scarcely two years uoorzsa, qttttebxbq, spotrxzss had elanaed ARTISTS. ENGRAVERB true, after the union of 1801 before Rob- CANDIDATE FOR ELBCTROTYPER8 Is this Queen of the dear old Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ert.Emmet and Lord Edward FitzNONE PURER sod." NONE BETTER COUNTY COMMISSIONER CB W. Mai St., Louisville, Ky gerald headed a rebellion for which And ho drew from his bosom tho ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY they paid with their lives. If nominated and elected I promise to The Home Phone City 6674 beautiful faco Mil West Broadway, lomlivill, jey.'l struggle that Emmet began has devote my time to the duties of the office Of Mary, tho Mother of God. been waged insistently ever since, and further the interests of the people JOHN B. O'LEARY & GO. Selected. by agitation, by open rovolt, by Subject to Action of Democratic Party, Primary August 4, 1917. parliamentary tactics, by lawlessHeadquarters for FAMOUS DOMINICAN SISTER. 803 East Walnut Street ness of every imaginable sort, with CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, Wall Paper and Window Shades CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. a steadfast determination on the Rose Hawthorno Lathrop See us about anything In. real part of the mass of the Irish people (Mother Alphonsa, of tho DominiRoom Mouldings, Picture Frames to regain its Parliament on Colleire can Sisters), daughter of Nathaniel sad Window Shades Mado to Order. estate. We sell, buy and rent. Green. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Hawthorno and famed for her charHomo Phone City 2517. Thus was Wellington, the victor ities to penniless cancer sufferers, Borne Phone City 4464. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE or Waterloo, compelled to grant was) slxty-sl- x years old last Sunday. Catholic emancipation in 1829, conuntil For Less fessing that Majesty'sit should be "FATHER O'FLYNN." granted Hlti The Great American Government could not go on. Thus, after much Our Work Guaranteed 0. K. Tho original of tho famous song rioting and violence, was the comSATISFIES THAT LONGING. W. O. RUSSELL & SONS was a Father Welsh, a parish priest TAYLOR & WILLIAMS mutation of the tithes won in 1838. In Kerry, who was on excellent PRINTERS INCORPORATED. The first serious rebellion after terms with tho Protestant Bishop of 1507 West Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. Emmet's was that of the Fenians. Limorlck, tho fathor of tho poet. Phono City 6659 organized In the United States in INCORPORATED Alfred Percoval Graves. A recent 1848, which Included" a mad and description of tho original appears PHONE .CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY( T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. futile Invasion of Canada, and in "Omniana," by J. F. Fuller: ended in the flight of a host of INCORPORATED "Father Welsh celebrated early Irish patriots to this country. The INCORPORATED mass on alternate Sundays at Sneom Distillers Of A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef fight for home rule took tho form and Tahilla; ho spoko Irish fluOLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH CANDIDATE FOR of an effort to induce tho British ently which was necessary in a 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Parliament to grant it in 1874, parish where not a few peasants In CITY TREASURER Louisville, Ky. when the homo rulers, obtained a Subject thoso days spoko no English: 528 W. Main St. Both Phones 42C2 to Action of Democratic! Party. at Petty Sessions ho frequently and etiong representation in Parliament. sat Primary August 4, 1917. Finding tho British Parliament deaf on tho bench to exhort in tho natlvo WM. AUGUSTUS to their pleas, tho Irish leaders tonguo litigants who sometimes Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Isaac Butt. Charles Stewart Par- - HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY wero not averse to giving a 'twist' 1011 Swan Street Contractor of Excavating, All noil and Michael Davitt started to their evidence. Generally ho hod Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Auto Repairing Machine Shop. tho policy of obstructing all legisla mastered both sides of tho caso beConKinds of DIVISION 3. m 187a Davitt founded tho tion, fore it camo to bo tried. Ho was and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PRICES REASONABLE crete and Wrecking. Land League. Ho came to the First and third Fridays, Hibernian a largo bodied as well as a large PHONESHtfme Shawnee 58 and 59. 'Cumberland West 69. Work Guaranteed Home, 0 hoarted man, and tho physical exerPortland. Homo Phone, Highland 1472 Ave. Homo City 2000 United States, where lie collected 320 E. Cassln ?200,000 to aid the cause. cise which his sporting pursuits inPresident John M. Riley. volved was necessary." Ireland. When tho House of Commons Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 Vico President Tini O'Leary. grudgingly passed tho "CompensaRecording Secretary John MarTHE Ii?fff?f?fffTffw?Wl tion for Disturbance" bill in 1880 tin. FHtST NAVAL HERO. the House of Lords threw it' out. Secretary Financial John J. Ireland's answer to this was tho Broderick. The first naval hero of tho United ostracism of Capt. Boycott, Lord " Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty, States now almost forgotten was Erne's Irish agent, which gavo birth Jeremiah O Brlen, a Maine man, Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. to the now common word boycott. whoso racial descent is clearly indiEtCORrORATED Sentinel Thomas Noon. Boycotting spread all over tho land. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. cated by his name. He commanded an American vessel in tho first naval Parnell and others wero indicted . DIVISION 4. for conspiracy in 1881, but the jury battle of tho Revolution, which was 1 that tried them disagreed and they Meets second and fourth Mondays, fought near Machlas, Maine, on bebecame stronger than ever. At tho June 12, 1776. Some little time Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. same tlmo coercion was tried in an fore an English schooner, thoMar-graDott- Seld at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength ,cxceliestfls9M President Thomas Lynch. effort to sfuppress the disorders in was at Machlas, and a Vice President John J. Barry. BOTH PHONES 810. Ireland. It utterly failed, and In Financial Secretary Thomas J. number of tho people of tho town, GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. the year 1881 tho first land act, Langan, 807 West Oak. led by Jeremiah O'Brien and Bengranting ifiecdom to sell land, fixity Recording Secretary William P. jamin Foster, conspired to capture SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. of tenure and fair rents, was McDonogh. it. Tho attempt was successful, and passed. Parnell, Dillon and O'Kelly with O'Brien in command the Treasurer John F. Burke, ? were arrested under the coercion mado a voyage to tho Bay Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Thomas act, and Ireland's answer was a of Fundy. An English schooner and general rofusal to pay rents. Evic4frWH"M-!"M-H-M-l-W-I"tender wero sent out to look for tho Sentinel M. J. McDermott. by wholesale, but tions followed Margranotto, and when O Brlen rewhen a tenant was evisted no other turned to Machlas ho found thom The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth could bo got to take the farm thus alternative to having a largo num- awaiting him. The first naval bat-tl- o ber of Radical Peers created. In mado vacant. So in 1882 tho three of the United States was fought leadersl wero released, but tho Land the spring of 1912 the home rulo then and there, and O'Brien and his pro- bill again passed League was suppressed by the Commons, men added tho schotmer and tender INCORPORATED but Belfast became tho center of to their prizes. clamation. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Tho causo of homo rule, which what amounted almost to open reSole Owairi Registered Dlt. No. 32J had been gaining headway among bellion, in which even tho Generals nOLY DAYS. West Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom! 726-73- 0 tho masses of tho people of Eng- of the British army took a flagrant 1 land, received a setback when Lord part. Tho home rule bill passed the forty days Ascension day comes Frederick Cavendish and Thomas Houso of Commons a stacond time after Easter. After Christ arose II. Burke, the Secretary and Under in January, 1913, was again re- from tho dead Ho spent forty days Secretary of State for Ireland, wero jected by tho Lords, was passed a on earth teaching his apostles about murdered in Phconix Park. Five third time by tho Commons on May tho church. Tho day on which Ho Homo City 209S Climb. Main 299S-- a persons wero hanged for this, and 25, 1914, and thus becamo a law ascended into heaven is called The Big Amusement Center tho informer Carey was murdered without tho approval of the Lords. Ascension day, and falls this year on his way to South Africa by PatThe 'Protestant parts of certain on May 7, and is a boly day of High Vaudeville rick O'Donnell. who paid tho pen- counties of Ulster, under the lead- obligation, a day on which wo aro alty on the gallows. Gladstone was ership of Sir Edward Carson, obliged to hear mass. Thero aro Dancing then Prime Minister, and he had be- threatened open revolt, and tho six holy days of obligation in the HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y gun to do his best to find a real British Government sihowed little United States during tho year. Paulsen's Military Band remedy for Ireland's troubles. Ho desiro, to suppress it. Tho homo What aro they? Shut your eyes sovoral rulers of the South and West put through Parliament New Restaurant before you read tho list of them bills to this end, and the outrages for civil war by importing to seo how many of them you know. rifles and ammunition for tho Irish First, tho Feast of tho Circum Kiddyland ' in Ireland became fewer as a Other Attractions But theso cision of Our Lord, or New Year's In 1882 the Irish National National Volunteers. League was formed and tho cam- were forcibly seized when landed. day. Second, tho Ascension of Our paign of outrages began with dyna- Ireland was on tho verge of civil Lord, wnich always falls on tno miting in England. Under Lord war in tho summer of 1914 when Thursday following tho fifth Sun- Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces appropriated the great war broke out. Tho op- day of Easter, or forty days after Salisbury Britain For the next three weeks we are $25 000,000 to help tenant farmers eration of tho homo rule act was Easter. Eastor Sunday is a movable going to of offer at Gladstone, temporarily suspended. buy their holding not always fall liberal discount.all Thisour laces genu-a Fifth Redmond feast, that is, docs offer is coming into power, tried again to and tho other Irish leaders rallied on tho sarao day, so Ascension pass a homo rule bill. This was nobly, to tho support of tho empire, Thursday is regulated by Eastor. ine and It will pay our customers to wrlto us at once while "As Near lo You as tbe Nearest defeated, and on an appeal to tho and Irish soldiers have won now Third, tho Assumption of the our Phone stock is complete. was laurels on tho bloody battlefields of Blessed Virgin Mary into heaven, country the Government Cambcrlaatl, TVeSt 11 Home FhoH Shawnee 484 adBut Ireland which always falls on August '15. beaten. Under tho succeeding Franco and Turkey. ministrations of Salisbury and Bal- chafes at three years' delay in Fourth, tho Feast of All Saints, Rogers Church Goods Co. Oar Special $3.00 Spray four many wrongs wero redressed putting into operation tho measure which always falls on November 1. Oar Special $5.00 Wreath 129 S, FOURTH AVE. and tho National League was sup- of homo rule that she thought had Fifth tho Immaculato Conception of pressed. tho Blessed Virgin Mary, which alThe downfall of Parnell been won in 1914. The largest values in Fubh-ra- l INCORPORATED. ways falls rfn December 8. Sixth, Flowers ever offered la in 1891 led to a split in tho Irish BROS. tho Nativity of Our Lord or Christ- HERRMANN Louisville. Parliamentary party and gavo tho TAKES TENNESSEE BRIDE. mas day. Every ono should know causo of home rule another setFor prompt delivery call ?23 IMPORTERS obligation and back. Tho bans of marriago have been tho holy day3 of Tho explanations both phones. 1893 Gladstone succeeded in announced in St. Joseph's church, what they moai. In FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. getting a homo rule bill through Bowling Green, Ky., for Louis of them all aro in tho llttlo cate Distillers and Wholesale DealCommons, but tho Bowman, of Bowling Green, and chism. tho House of 3101 WEST BROADWAY ers in FinMt Bornds of Ken to FatroBf, Houso of Lords threw It out. In Miss Gortrudo Stearns, a charming LOVER OF BIItDS. tacky Whiskies, especially. years, in young woman of Paris, Tonn. The tho succeeding' twenty muumu w which John Redmond succeded In marriago will take place next wcok many Llko another eminent 1 reuniting tho Irish representatives at Humboldt, Tenn. ncwE&sna churchman, Cardinal Logue is a many more l under his leadership, fcurth Mvnue LoulrvWr BOTTLED IN BOND. lover of birds. In his palaco at measures of justice to Ireland CANCEL PARADE. Armagh he will allow no ono save ttolMH 1943. 234 S SIXTH STREB were wrung from tho British Par"Flowers telegraphed everywhere." liament, tho land purchase act3 of The parade of tho Holy Name himself to feed his pet canary, and 1903 and 1909 being the most im- Society, which is held in Washing- tho robins como from the flaids to Funeral Directors Woolen Jersey has solved got eat crumbs of bread from his hands. Louisville would Business Collegt problems for many women. B. RATTERMAN portant. Ireland if it had have been ton every Bprlng with marchers JOHN not homo rule by now Washington, Baltimoro and from Embalmers. The gingham frock has como to BOYS JOItf NAVY. HTHAT BETTER SCHOOL" for the violence of the opposition parts of Maryland and Virginia, stay and finds place everywhere. FUNERAL DIRECTOR of the Ulsterltes when, seven years will be canceled this year because SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Military frocks and capes are Twenty-tw- o boys of St. Mary's ago, the Asqulth administration suc- of the war. Under the Management of Industrial School at Baltimore have here and they are very attractive. 2114 WEST MARKET ST. ceeded in passing a bill through Telephoae 102S. enlisted in the United States navy. Neckwear is appearing in all The Lords, WIELD LITTLE POWER. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland the House of Commons. Whereupon starts of red, whlto and bluo as usual, rejected It. West 1107a. HINTS ON STYLE. Asqulth determined to deprive the Official statistics just issued by (Formerly with Spencerian) Upper House of its power to veto the Government show that tho presThere are many sorts of red. GUARD YOUR HABITS. Mr. McCarty is still doing that Lace positively riots over the white and blue ribbon for hat bands INCORPORATED the will of the people as expressed ent population, of Italy Is 36,500,-00e representawork that Spenceriaa We are creatures of habit. We through their elected and sashes. are new springs clothes. of whom only 123,000 succeed or fall as we acquire good tives. His bill providing that a Protestants of all denominations told Linen is ono of the favored maClean Grocery Stores. It's a wlsfa woman that knows if solicitors haveyears. you alout fo; past sixteen habits or bad ones, and we acquire measure passed three times by the about three in every thousand, moet terials for summer. her clothes are) laundered under Best For Less. good habits as easily,. as bad ones. House of Commons should become of them being Americans and Brit"Th Day and Night Classes. The shops have 'blossomed forth sanitary conditions. That ia a fact. Most people don't law without the approval of the ishers. These figures make it The checkerboard hem w again Phones: College Office. .Oity 78831 for 31 or more dXvre6 believe this. Only those who And LordB was! finally accepted by, the to understand the little power hard with military fashions. Orders the doomed Cumb. Main 458. All sorts of feminine apparel is considered smart, though Reeldaiaaa. OMv te, ay part of the ity. It out succeed jn life. " Lords in August, 1911, as the only Italian Catholics wield . ' to give way to straight bands. 4879; Cumb. West 129. made in the national colors. ARTISTIC PRINTING SNEDDON 'HsH "Ah, but beauty is little!" a Scotchman cried; " 'Twill not save from the hangman's knots. Look at this ifaco, where goodness is seen; Tis Mary, Queen of tho Scots." Tho Englishman smiled and quietly said: "I, too, 'have a picture to show; 'Tis tho noble faco of Victoria the Great, Friend of tho high and tho low." But McCormick was tho only ono THE WORKQUICKL AND RIGHT Better look over your fanx NOW nutl let ok repair tho ones which need It BKFOUE IT GETS REALLY HOT. Phone .City 135 CH1XDERS ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED. 333 WEST MAIN STREET eteeeeefeeeeef) UIJNJNtiK INCOMPLETE? WITHOUT Km k yVfj BEER JOS. TiJ&TJVBflSt. Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure. FRANK DACHER eeee4eee4eeeeoeeee4" YELLOWSTONE We Print It WHISKEY OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. G08-51- MIKE WIEDER FALL CITY BEER 1818-182- t99999f999t GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottle Beer. i Funeral and Embalmer o, Mar-granet- to Dig-na- n. K OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE & DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH i Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH "l CO. FONTAINE FERRY GERMAN BANK Class 4'&-MH4llllH- VWVVVVtVM,VVVWVVVWVtWWVV J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. pro-par- ed tc-pu- lt. 822 EGLSt Mais, street. VlMAVWVVI Hl)tHtt and Market Sts. out-of-to- I RATTERMAN & SCANNELL I Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers .l v. tin H.B0SSES0N New Location and Pearl of Nelson, Jefo$' 610 FBHR A."Vi:Cr 'QUAKER MAID' r. l. Mccarty 0, high-grad- . o -- r a JKCBJNTbXJOBCY IRISH AMBKIOAKT. The Question? Shall We Dry Clean Kentucky OR WILL YOU CONTINUE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE HIGH COST OF LIVING? diaprie?, floor coverings, hats and gloves from looking old and untidy. Why not call for our aut The Swiss serviceavei you dollors and at the same time will keep those clothes, house-holand have us get that order now? Dyeing of Mourning Blacks our specialty! In Fashionable Shades we can not be equaled. Have That Old Ugly and Faded Carpet Dyed. We are the Savings Bank for 20,000 people annually. d SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED PLANT 909-91- 5 S. SIXTH ST. -. 617 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE CALL 2207. WE OPERATE NINE DIFFERENT BRANCH STORES. WE HAVE 26 DIFFERENT TELEPHONES. this pleasant resort Is greator this year than ever before. ... nnd the popularity of . .b ih iw aumu.. Am ""at w a,! $ A ; HIBERNIANS. News 3 INIGUTS 0? COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing A minstrel show will be given Members Hero and the Past Week General by the Social Club, C. IC of A., next " aW CHARITY MINSTRELS. The Last Dollar That you pent for somethlnr ysu did not NEED would have itart.d a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED") twlcs a year; There MAY COMK a time when voir "LAST DOLLAH" ffl most be spent for lomethlag yon DO NEED. The SAVING bow of the , .. .. HI) j.i. uunn yon are waning migni xeep cast., Urae" frm aver comlag. . INCORPORATED ,h l" - Note. Tuesday evening in Bertrand Hall, Wc dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Lace Curtains and Draperies To Beautify the Home. Curtains; a curtain; 3 and they are yards long; 3 worth regularly $2.00, sale $1,150 prfce, per pair Nottingham lico Curtains; pretty designs in a double-threa-d weave; they are 3 and 3 regularly yards long and worth $2.25; sale price, per 81.00 pair Nottiiigliaiii Jiact Curtains; In very attractive patterns, they are 3 and Z.' yards long nnd worth $2 50; on sale at, per S2.00 pair Nottingham Laci Cut tains; these are very line, handsome curyards long tains, 3 and 3 and worth regularly $5.50; ij54.no sale price, per pair . Cubic Net liuco Curtains; in a splendid quality and a 3 or length; regularly sell special in this sale, for 83.00 per pair hunfa-st- . Draper) ; a nice lot In tub and Biinfast cplors, all shades; it is 36 Inches wide and tho regular price is COc; 50c sale price, per yard . Nottingham doublo-threa- d Division evening. Division will meet next Friday MmtmtttttttmWmtmtmmmtmttWm. liaco Good Sciini; made with a double rd $4-0- ' ANNOUNCEMENT. v V"? 'JjjJp ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. High in Heat. l.ow in Ash. INCORPORATED. S6ANL0N 60flL 60MPflNy NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Berne City 405 Councilman M. J. McDermott was so enthused over the team's victory Sunday that ho forgot to speak to his friends. Tho San Francisco County Hoard offers $100 to tho division bringing in tho largest number of members during the year. Tho annual picnic tinder tho auspices of tho County Board will be given at Phoenix HUH Park on Monday, July 30. Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National President of tho Ladles Auxiliary, was given a hearty welcome in Cincinnati and Covington. Tho Hibernian Soclaj Club will give a plctuie show of two performances at the Norman Theater rext Wednesday evening Cincinnati Hibernians will turn out .In a body tomoriow at the laying of the cornorstoue of tho k Competent legal authorities having Club and Boys' Home. Tho declared that Dr. Ellis Duncan is ineligible Mella, monument to Miss Margaret the first County President of for to the office of Coroner of Allegheny county, will bo dedicated Jefferson County, according to Section 237 on Decoration day at Calvary ceme-torPittsbuigh. of the Constitution and Section 3744 of At tho last meeting or Division the Kentucky Statutes, I hereby announce 6 of Minneapolis twenty applications received, and is exmyself as a candidate for Coroner, subject pected were number will beIt trebled this to the action of the Democratic party at the at the next meoting. Sioux Hibernians primary, August 4, 1917, and solicit your death of City M. Hanlon, mourn tho T. a patriotic and support. vote citizen nnd leading resident of the city, who was .always an earnest DR. H. E. MECHLING. worker for the order Tho Hibernian Rifles of Columbus, Ohio, will participate in tho military and fraternal observance To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: of Memorial day and honor their do hereby announce my candidacy for tho officer of I soldier and sailor dead. JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF Father iPatrlck Walsh is arrangLOUISVILLE, subject to the action of tho Democratic party ing a big athletic card to bo preprimary, August 4, 1017, and respectfully solicit your sented by the Catholic school athletes at tho Hibernian field day In l, im. New Orleans next August. County President John Hennessy appointed William P. McDonogh, John M. Riley. Matt J. O'Brien and John J. Barry as a preliminary committee for tho annual picnic. To promote naturalization, to jn public affairs, to aid tho cauBo of civic Justice, to enjoin patriotism all theso are Hibernian duties, This is tho time to preach thorn and to practice them. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Indian apolis had a rousing initiation Sunday afternoon, and the occasion was honored by tho presence of Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National President, and all the Stato and county G aro white, thread; colors cream and' beige; worth 15c; salo price, per yard . . . Bungalow Net; for making curtains; a 36c quality; specially priced In this sale at, per 25c yard splenHungalow Filet liace; in a did quality; 44 inches wide; is on sale at, per worth COc; 15c yard llungalou Laco Net; a beautiful quality in fllet weaves; it is worth 75c; special, this sale, O0c yard Laco Net; in fllet Bungalow weave; it Is 46 Inches wide and an 85c quality; eale price, .. .. 05c yard qualMarquisette; a mercerized ity with a hemstitched edge, It Is 3 inches wide and worth 25c; sale price, per yard 20c Marquisette; a mercerized quality, having a double border, 3C Inches wide and worth 30c, salo price, per yard . . 23c Marquisette; a mercerized quality; tiimmed with lace on edge; worth 35c; sale price, . sioc per yard . . 13c Council 13 to 2. Division 3, 4 and 5 or Cincinnati have been consolidated and will be known as Division 1. One of tho basic elements of is the Inculcation of high qualities of citizenship. 4 will meet Monday evening. New Hampshire has nearly 3,000 members. Tho Jadies Auxiliary at Milwaukee had fifty .in tho class Just Initiated. The A. O. II. ball team struck their stride Sunday, beating Trinity wiF"'' law Indianapolis will have a big Initiation June 3. Tho order had a net gainf of 22,140 members tho past year. Massachusetts looms up well with a membership of about 35,000. Louisiana shows a substantial membership increase for the past year. Fifth and Court Place. Tho now council at Rensselaer, Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Ind., starts off with over 100 members. Council Bardritown Tomorrow will initiate the largest class in its history. 1017 AUGUST PRIMARY 101 T Efforts are making to bring tho membership up to Connecticut ... Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. g jgag zmmgzmm Efforts that promise success are being made for tho organization of several now divisions in Texas. Division 3 of South Omaha will have an initiation June 10 that is expected to double tho membership. Division 1 of Washington, Ind voted a nice sum for tho Irish library at Notre Dame University. Sioux City Hibernians will not countenance public demonstrations on August 15 until tho war has closed. 15,000. .: Ten-wlc- y. JOSEPH A. FLECK, new membdrs. Leader of C. K. of A. Minstrels foi Kentucky councils Tho thiec , Charity across tho river from Cincinnati will Forty-Eight- h march in the Memorial day parado. Legislative District of Kentucky. at The council just Instituted the proceeds to bo given to the St. Vincent do Paul Society or St. Louis Bend adds strength to the order in Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Oregon. The Initiates numbered Bertrand's parish for the benefit of thirty-threTho of tho poor In tnat district. AuftiiNt Primary 1017 1017 The Knights of Cortland, N. Y Social Club minstrels have all tho latest popular songs In their reper- have secured two acres and will toire, while the end men will spring till the soil in tho interest of tho tho latest "gags" and get off many present food supply. hits at tho expense of Limerick Toledo Council initiated residents, these being furnished. membeis. Tho mass at the Johnny Hogan, tho Georgo Ade of Cathedral preceding the ceremonies that section. TIioeIj attending will was attended bj more than 1,200 CANDIDATE FOK have an evening of entertainment Knights. while at tho same time will be asFinal oi)oi ts from the charity sisting a worthy charity. festival at Columbus, Ohio, show that neatly ??.,()00 was. netted a TWIN CITY LEAGUK. splendid shoA'ing for the Knights of that city. Tho pretty weather brought out a great ciowd to sco tho games ln Subject to Action of Democratic Party HURT HY AUTO. the Twin City League last Sunday, Ryan, over 4,000 being present at tho Alberta a ' Mackjn-K- . of C. contest alone. Tho daughter of Edward Ityan, an em1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 '! 8 to 7 in a closely ploye of the Louisville Water ComKnights won out fought battle, featured by the hit- pany, is recovering fiom injuries ting of Madden for the K. of C she sulfered when she was struck and Ray Haragan for Mackin. Man- bj an automobile In front of the residence, 1G27 West Oak ager Ed Wolfe's Bertrand young- famll sters lost to the Imperials in a 11 street. At the time of the accident father were to 7 game, Voor driving out a long the child and her VvBBBBsW homo run, which pretty near de- crossing the street Her side was CANDIDATE FOR cided tho contest The Champs painfully bruised beat the Orioles in a 15 to 11 game, Newman Murphy having a field day INVITE THE PURLIt. for tho Champs with five hits out of six times up. Manager "Boots" St. Joseph's Sewing Socloty will Murphy's club finally struck Its give a euchre, lotto and lunch on Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, stride and played great ball Sun- Thursday, May 31, on tho Orphan-ag- o day, winning over Trinity 13 to 2, grounds. The "first prize will Henry for tho winners striking out he a quilt and there will be nutwelve and only allowing three merous other prizes of Tomorrow they play as folhits Gamo will bo articles. lows: Trinity vs. K. of C, called at 2:30 sharp. All will bo FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS vs. Hibernians, Imperials vs. welcomo and arc assured a pleasant Champs, and Mackin vs. Orioles. afternoon. MULLOY'S The standing to date: GOOD COFFEE Cincinnati Knights splendid showing in day parade. Elwood, Ind., has and only recently will make a tho Memorial JAMES D. HEADLEY initiated a live council, sixty LEGISLATOR FOR e. sixtj-elg- ht 1) P. S. RAY 1 County Clerk three-yeat-o- ld CHAS. C. WHEELER I '''-4i-- COUNTY JUDGE Ber-tran- ds sup-M- ay THCS. E. HALL Trinity Mackin Champions Imperials Orioles Hibernians Bertrands K.ofC Won 6' 4 4 4 Lost o 2 2 2 Pet. i... 1.000 .667 .667 .6G7 COLONELS VS. IIOOSIlMtS. Louisville will closo its series with Toledo this afternoon and tomorrow will again hook up with three-gamo Has been tho favorite kind. The quality is tho best and our prices aro the fairest. Try our New Blend, 2 2 lbs Speolul Anlo Delivery Service. VjMlvi JSkjF ttSP IUt pr ,3 1 3 4 5 7 1 o .500 .333 .167 .000 OPENS TODAY. Douglas Park will open its spring racing meeting today with tho largest lltrt of entries ever recorded there. Today's feature event will bo the Speculation Stakes and on Wednesday tho Memorial Handicap will bo run. Next Saturday tho Kentucky Handicap, tho great race of tho year, will bring out the fore most horses of the country, and a g crowd will bo there to witness it. Manager Hack- nieister has everything ready for a great meeting. record-breakin- Where the Quick Meal Comes In V Where tix boe l brightest; Where the work U lightest; Where the steal k cooked best; Where the range steads the test That's where be. 'Quick Meal" comes the Quick Meal Gas Rat GEHER & SON: has been sent to Congress, being through tho JCnrabSoHth 415 transmitted asking Congress Alabama delegation, to tako somo action relative to freedom or horn rule in Ireland. Tho Hibernians of Lakevlew, Ore., had a big social In County honor Where work is quickly talion, of their Lake decorated Bat Tho hall was for done; the occasion waiu fiacs. nlcturos of 4 memo Washington, Lincoln and Wilson Where cookiBg and red, white and blue streamers. real fun; Immediately grand march Where baklag gives de- tho division after tho presented tho officially light; battalion a beautiful flag. The pr6- Where dredge is oat o ceeas or trio social win bo used sight to purchase first aid equipment. That's where the "Quick Meal" eones I'PNTAINE FERRY POPULAR. la. All tho now attractions! are now Sold, Installed aad Highly Reeemmeaded In order and Fontaine Ferry Park visitors are sure to find dlYortlso-mo215 there. As a special attraction 9 W. MARKET ST. tho Majestic Trio, who rank among the foremost players and ulnKcr&i have beon engaged for tho dining' all-nig- ht . officers. i A memorial from the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Mobile, Ala., WORK FOR THE BOYS. iill nt AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO, ' 1191-8- 8 EAST BROADWAY. act wilt be presented by Mabelle Lewis and Jess Foiber. There will he other good numbers and Marian's) troupe of fifty canine actors. This season entertainment is furnished from 5:30 to 8:30 each evening. Manager Wilson and Harry MarMaMook after everything ter the Big City Four m bo the! headline attraction, and a diverting 0 August National conven- vent for the Ursullno Sisters, tion of the American Federation of which is being erected on Chero Catholic Societies at Kansas City, kee Drive under the direction or Architect Fred Erhart, is nearlng Mo. var1tr a 1 August Convatloa of the AAtn1aMnM ntr1 ninoccupancy fnt f eumi'icuuu nau xHf ww ictiuj iui of It Hospital Association at the. dedication and Catholic Howe tune hi juiy. Chicago, 111. 26-329-3- A May day social will bo given by tho Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Ann's church in tho school hall, Seventh and Davles avenuo, next CONVENTIONS. Monday afternoon and evening, and bo afCatholic educational varied entertainment will including Juno 25-2- 8 guests, forded their convention at Buffalo, N. Y. ' August 12-1- 6 National conven- games, which will begin at 2:30 in tion of the Knights of Columbus tho afternoon and 8 at night. at Old Point Comfort, Va. DEDICATION. August 24-2- 5 Press Catholic Association convention at Kansas Tho new mother house and conCity, Mo. Every Inch of 1,000 acres of land belonging to' the Rutherford farm of tho Saa Francisco Youths' Directory is to be put under in tensive cultivation by tho boys of that institution, according to the statement of Father D. O. Crowley in conjunction with the annual report. Thirty boys) aro now acting as ranchers and call themselves "soldiers of tho commissary." All the boys of tho Youths' Directory will bo taken to tho ranch as soon as school closest Father Crowley, the head of this great Institution, is the undo of tho Rev. T. L. Crow-IcO. P., of, St. Louis Bertrand's, and made many friends when he visited hero last year. y, Indianapolis, tho leaguo leaders, this to bo the first of a series, and Manager Clymer will again endeavor to put a crimp In aspirations of tho pennant-winnin- g tho McGIll tribe. It appears that tho flag race will narrow down to theto two clubs, with Kansas City and Columbus as outside possibilities, and to date the Indianapolis team has made the best showimr and looked tho bos- - because of tho oven playing of both the infield nnd outfield. Louisville's infield has done all that is expected of it in both hitting and fielding, but the outfield has shown the weakest hitting in association history, and this has been our drawback thus far. Tho fans aro proud of tho sportsraanllko of Ownpr stand wathen in tho recent squabble and the association should endeavor next year to get rid of tho piker towns and managers who are afraid to tako a chance. FIRST COJDIUNION CLASS. thirty-on- o boys and girls will receive their first holy communion tomorrow morning In St Louis Bertrand's church at tho 7:30 o'clock mass and will receive tho sacrament of confirmation In the afternopn. at 3 Bishop o'clock from Right ttov O'uonagnue. twenty-nln- o JOHN M. MULLOY Both Phone 1323 ESTABLISHED 212 W. Market St. 1885. OJSPJ& year-olStart a Saving Account with this safe, conservative Sixty-on- e Banl., to which you can add l 00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent No cost to you whatever The same courteous attention given the depositor of Jl U) or the depositor of $10,00 DDOXEIfco. Under tbe Big Clek GERMAN INSURANCE BANK State Government Supervision Second iBd Mvtit BE SURE TO CALL FOR rf McRENNA A class of WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. MAY DAY SOCIAL. 1 H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 . service. We are as Olve us a trial for Jf irst-claclose to you as your phone. 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