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D.SHANLEY Shawnw 1343 K.A.BARXER Kentucky Irish American NO. 22. the new chemistry hall Monday morning, May 11, and the sacred concert by Father Finn's famous Paulist choir of Chicago. FATHER WALSIFS APPEAL. SCREENS Made bj Dow Wire & Iron Works Will Protect Toa VOLUME XXXVIIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Mayor in November and his defeat would be a calamity. Afcl foretold in these columns six ago, Representative Will weeks Perry will be tho candidate for SenaSenator In the Thirty-eight- h torial district and his friends predict that ho will be a winner this time, his defeat being due last year to the handicap of a Presidential election. Mr. Perry has mado .in enviable Tecord as a Representative and his election as Senator would be a credit to Democracy and of great benefit to the people. Attorney Will McDonogh can have tho nomination to succeed Representative ILLUSORY. Irish Convention Scheme Cer CHILDREN distinction for Uncle Sam in the civil war, young Keyer has enlisted as a private in the First Kentucky Infantry and is ready to go to tho front in defense of the rights of 'his country. STANLEY EXAMPLE League of Catholic Women Uas Been Organized in tho WILLIAM J. .MACK IX. Makes Move to Checkmate the Pentecast Sunday tho Sacred Thousands Have Been Deeply FolHeart church was thronged at both Local by European Affected William Joseph Mackin, one of tain to Be Dominated by masses and tho people wore jubi' "England. lowers. the best known and most highly esWar. lant when Rev. Patrick Walsh announced tho success of the May festeemed Catholic laymen of this city, tival and that the children would passed peacefully away at his home, receive their first holy communion Will Support Senator Sam Robon Analysis Presented by Commit- and Sunday, Juno 10. ,In a forceful Warning Americans Must Take convincing sermon Father ertson" For Sheriff's NomFrom These Tcrriblo Walsh pleaded that practical patritee of Friends of Irish subination. otism bo shown by liberally Conditions. Freedom., scribing to tho Liberty loan bonds and a ready and willing response to tho call for military service. "Your country, which protects Fast and Present Friction in Excludes Fi'ce and Unrestricted your life and property, now In her IMinic of the Problem That We Local Banks Duo Solely to Can Not Afford to Overtime of need calls upon you for a Expression of Feeling and loan, and there should bo a quick This Menace. look. Opinion. and ready response to that call," said Father Walsh. Ho urged upon ., V ' .70 W'JulBC his parishioners to remember that It was their duty to aid the country WILL PERRY FOR STATE SENATOR in with their means, and, GOVERNMENT NAMES MEMBERS If this crisis by giving up their JUVENILE DELINQUENCY GROWS necessary, Ilnly-Bcckha- m Fast. Have For Their Object tho Aid of United States in tho Another young attorney in that district, Ben Sachs, Is being prominetly mentioned. made up .his mind to be a candidate. Perry for the asking hut has! not War. mm? . r With the appearance of Gov. A league of Catholic women has Stanley here last night came the been organlzod in tho East for tho purpose of aiding tho United States story of how he had thrown a In tho war, being known as tho bombshell into the ranks of the League of Catholic Women for men by taking a Civic and Social Reform, and in hand In the Sheriff's race here, he tho next thirty days will shin at the newspapers, manifestly designed least 5,000 articles for hospital and and his friends to be found lined to influence public opinion In Amdomestic use to tne war zone. Tho erica, also excluding the fervid de626 Floral Terrace, on Friday even- up behind Senator Sam Robertson. motto of tho league is ' For God, clarations) of members of Parliament politicians in ing of last week, after an Illness The for Country and for Home." It has there is but one concrete proposal this bection had been going around of six months with heart disease. a membership of more than 10,000 made by the responsible minister of the past month telling how they Ho was old and tho ana ny juiy l u is expected this the crown that can form basis for son of Thomas Mackin, of Lebanon, had put It . over on tho Governor will reach 100,000. The league any intelligible comment. and had hoodwinked him into be and a nephew of tho lato Rev. has already supplied 500 volunteera This proposal, reduced to simple lieving that McNally'sl candidacy for father W. T. Mackin, for many to help in taking tho State war terms, is that, because of the failure yearsl pastor of St. Cecilia's church. tho nomination was not a move of census in New York and has astho piohibitionist politicians. In fact of all attempts to arrive at a settleHis uncle, Patrick Glynn, Is sisted in many other ways in servment on proposals which emanated of the Kentucky division of they gloated over the Robertson ices necessitated by war conditions. from a British Government, the the Illinois Central road. For many supporters here, telling them how The largest affiliated unit of tho IrlsQimen beGovernment invites years ho was in the grocery busi- easy the Governor was in not loaguo is tho Theta Phi Alpha, the themselves to put forward their proness at Seventh and Oak, and in ing even able to see that every Catholic Teachers' Association, with, posals. For that purpose the Governhim tho poor found ono who never prominent supporter of McNally for a membership of 2,000. Tho move ment proposes to summon a conIn his public Sheriff is just as equally as promrefused assistance. ment takes In tho Catholic parishes' vention of Irishmen to submit a and private life Will Mackin acquit- inent a follower of Haly and Beckof the city, with their convents, constitution for the government of ted himself with honor and lived as ham. The Governor's attitude was colleges and schoos. In St. Francis a strong, consistent, loyal Catholic mystifying to many Democrats! In Ireland within the Empire. The conXavler's church, Brooklyn, with tho and citizen. Charitable and intel- the local field, who couldn't see why vention will be representative of the Rev. J. J. Flood In chargo, sixty ligent, he had a splendid concep- he chose to remain Inactive and allocal governing bodies, the churches, sewing machines aro at work turnprohibitionist politicians unions, the commercial er. tion of the mission of the lay low the the trade ing out articles designated by the Teaching staffs have naturally and gave generously and free- and wreckers of tho Democratic and educational interests, and Sinn Red Cross. Sowing classes aro held representation with, for 12,000 ly of his time and means In assist- party obtain a good foothold in Jefbeen Interfered Felners. The basis of afternoons and evenings, and an HIBERNIAN LOYALTY. ing every worthy cause. Surviving ferson county. teachers enlisted before the war from the various bodiesl and the experienced Red Cross nurso inhad been going on six months: con him are his widow, Mrs. Margaret But It seems the method of selection of the represtructs members in first aid, surDivision 4, known as the "Lim scription Increased this number to O'Hara Mackin; three children, misjudged the calibre of the gical dressings, canteen work, sowsentatives are undetermined, but of the Order ing, and knitting. from the context it is reasonably erick" Division gave Ancient of Its 20,000, and nc,w 22,000 teachers Glenn, Oreno and William Mackin, man who had won many Important Hibernians, evidence two sisters, Mrs. J. T. are said to have left schools and Jr., and political battles In the past, ono of Inferable that the Government is to of In St. Brendan's church, Avenue loyalty Monday evening when it was gone to tho front. This is Memphis; Mrs. J. II. which was to trim McChesney, tho lf of Q and East Twelfth street, Brookappoint the delegates, "while the vote to the men teachers in England and Wathen, of Lebanon, and one broth- pet candidate for Governor of the lyn, the pastor, tho Rev. T. A. convention is to be held behind decided by a unanimous er, T. J. Mackin, of Louisville. Im- "drys" In 1914. As one of Gov. Hlckey, leads tho movement. Ho closed doors, and the Chairman is to purchase $2,500 worth a of Liberty Wales. only committee Not has tho building of pressive funeral services were held Stanley'sl friends' here explained it, has given a largo classroom of tho be appointed by the crown. Nothing bonds and In addition Louis morning at practicaly stopped, but many Thomas parochial school for meetings and tut special war considerations was appointed by Presidentraise Jef- schools schools have been takon for Monday" church, whichSt.was crowded he was only biding his time and of the for carrying on the active work of was only waiting to see which of would induco the Government to Lynch to adopt meansl to honor tho departed member. School supplies and of Twenty-fiv- e sowing the league. take up the settlement of tke Irish ferson county's pro rata .for the mil- military uses. now rarely renewed to Tho .sermon.was delivered , by the opponentsof the by the furniture .are lion dollar fund asked, most machines will bo installed there this the candidate developed tiuettion at this time. inspec- Father 'Baxter whose 'tribute to the week, but th 200 women who have A fair and impartial analysis of national officers of the A O. JL, and school clinics, medical almost deceased' was very affecting, for he strength Robertelon or Woodruff. to aid the tion and free lunches have enrolled for the work have not As everyone knows, Senator Robertthe foregoing provisions will con- this fundof to be used soldiers and disappeared. of the referred to the Hibernian waited for tho machines. They aro candidacy spread like wildfire vince the unprejudiced mind that families can Americans who in departing from son's What knitting mufllers and making surthe proposal to allow a convention sailors ofduring the war. byThe pur- take fromwarning conditions? Let deceased had shown those edifying because of his wide acquaintance, these this life Division gical shirts and sillors' kits at their Liberty bonds was practically of Irishmen to adopt a constitution chase extra vigilance be oxerclsed by all love which while Mr. Woodruff homes. favorable for the government of their country 4 created much as) it was comment who are interested, and there should sentiments and actsso of prominently unknown in the city and was handihad stood out Miss Teresa R. O'Donohuo, Presi-- ' the first capped becau&ie of his inability as is illusory and deceptive, for the in this section bo strict enforcement of child la- throughout his life. dent ot tho league, said Saturday Catholic society in tho local ranks a campaigner. Tills is said in no following reasons: bor laws as well as school attendthat In tho coming week every pardiscredit to the latter but just as a First It excludes all moans and to come forward and purchase ance laws, and a generous developish in tho Rockaways would bo orMACKIN COUNCIL. popula- bonds. Steps were also taken at ment of infant welfare work by statement of facts. Senator calm opportunity for the adult ganized. Organization will also bo by far the strongest of give free and this meeting to inaugurate a Robertson is tion of Ireland to effected In tho parishes of tho and preparations for the two men and every report to The search for William B. public and private agencies. CINCINNATI unrestricted expression of feeling n-wide The recent suggestion that tho Mackin dates Borough of Richmond. Council's moonlight excurGreaney, a member of Division 4, and opinion. school boys of tho country be put sions were made known at the meet Uie Governor has been to that ef"Tho way our Catholic women The suggestion has been Boys and girls portrayed person- are responding to tho call' for patriSecond It limits representation who has been missing for tho past on the farms and thus increase our evening to a large at fect. to certain public bodies, professions, three weeks, and the national or food supply is a good idea in some ing MondayTho dates selected by tne made and It Is a good one ' that ages famous in the nation's history otic effort," said MIfj O'Donohue, tendance. Interests and classes, which in the gan will be requested to publish the ways, but is not without its evil pos- committee for tho excursions will Mr. Woodruff withdraw from the in tho great parade in Cincinnati "Is splendid. Tho girls of tho Cathcontent and by doing so he and his last Sunday preceding the laying of olic schools aro following tho ex majority of cases are either under fact. Short talks on the Liberty sibilities. emHealthful outdoor 29 for the government control or susceptible bonds purchase and tho conduct of ployment during vacations may be bo Juneseason, July initial moonlight friends can insure the defeat of the- the cornerstone of the Fenwlck ample of their elders enthusiastic19 for the sec of the by all right the A. O. H. in war were made clique and at the Club Building and Boy's Home. The ally. At our headquarters hero wo to Its influence. for growing boys, but the August 24 for the final. Clancy, assembled at time render a valuable service Third It in no sense can be a Edward McCarthy, John C. Dorsey, child labor in the cranberry bogs ond a and from tho girls On motion it was decided to have samethe Democratic party. If Mr. marchingand parade streets, led by get fine Fergus Mooney in tho East, and tho beet sugar representative body with a mandate Daniel Race Eighth School, tho an election of delegates on Monday to greater 100 mounted police and followed by of the Cathedral High at shown people to speak for them, and Mark Ryan. had fields nl the West, takes Its place evening, June 24, who will repre Woodruff from the Sacred Heart Convent GovernSenator Robertson a military" band and the Board of with tho child labor in the mines sent the since Its members will bo street and Madison avenuo, at the Y. M. I. con- strength than MOURN HER DEATH. would have Club and glass factories of tho North vention council ment appointees, and consequently Academy, and Mount at Richmond, Ind., which the same suggestion his friends. Trustees of the Fenwlck Others and St. Gabriel's College. in St. Vincent and the cotton mills of the South. will convene tho latter part of the been made to him and Boys' Home in autos. care will bo taken that a majority Our workers Mrs. Lydia Wright O'Neal, fiftywas a vis- the parade were the Knights of make full surgical. outfits, bed and If child labor is allowed now, we Senator H. S. McNutt will represent the Government. eight years old widow of the late will have to fight over much of this summer. A letter of condolence was itor to the offlco of tho Kentucky Columbus, Catholic Order of Forest- negligee shirts for tho wounded, Fourth The inclusion of the sent to Thos. Zinnlnger, who Is beO'Neal, was called miscalled Sinn Felners Is a fitpecious Attorney J. T. rest early Tuesday ground after tho war. There will reaved by the death of his father. Irish American Thursday, and said ers, Catholic Knights of Ohio, An- pajamas, knitted shirts for sailors, Into eternal probably be a shortage of adult la- Jas. Mullarkey, Paul J. Breen, Carl in reference to the Elketch of tho cient Order of Hibernians and par- and other articles." since semblance of generosity, wide circle of course In local poli- ish societies. on East At tho headquarters among their bravest and most gifted morning, leaving a her death. Mrs. bor then and farmers and other J. Llsh, Dr. A. R. Blzot and Geo. A thousand Sunday-schowho mourn street classes have are those condemned to imprison- friends had long been an Invalid, employers will wish to continue to E. Becker, who aro on tho sick list, tics that the writer had sized this children, representing near- Thirty-eigO'Neal employ this cheap but really ex- -' were reported as improving and on duo team up correctly when it was by parishes, awaited the marchers been enrolled for making surgical ment, whose voice and influenco only recently returned from the pensive labor. said that their personal ambition on Pioneer street and led in singing dressings and for education in canwould be as useful and potential and to recovery. been taken where This Is another phase of the pre- the road and greed came before their Dem- "America." Rev. William Hlckey of teen cooking. Exprienoed Red Cross as were the voice and Influence of West the hopeshe ofhad benefiting her paredness problem which Americans When th ocracy and as an illustration the fered tho invocation, and Mayor nurses aro teachers. the warring Doers who were in- with DESERVED PROMOTION. years she had been can not afford to overlook. health. For Senator told of how in the famous Puchta made a patriotic address. girls finish the course they continue vited to council in South Africa. Broadin the affairs of the deadlock he and While the bands) struck up "The to mako dressings in a special Filth A conventibn Chairman activeBaptist church and was a genJohn Hannan, general agent for way ORPHAN SOCIETY FOURTH. purpose. set aside the Democratic appointed by the Government would erous giver to local charities of all Louisville district of the Adams his associates told they would vote Star Spangled Banner," Old Glory room try to keepfor thatand I bethe busy to all Intents and purpostes be a denominations. Mrs. O'Neal is surwas unfurled to tho breeze, follow "We wo Southern Express Companies, leaders then that Monday night fifteen branches and are successful, judging by anyono else in tho Democratic ing which Rev. John D. Murray laid lieve governmental instrument, having in vived by four sons, all of whom were represented a tho at has been appointed Superintendent for "Wo his hands the whole machinery of are laweyrs of this city. They are tho Knights of Columbus meetingand of the territory embracing Michigan, party but Beckham and that before the cornerstone. Judge Edward T. results," said Miss a.O'Donohue. p. m. open from 9 m. to 10 the conventon, the formulation of Morlt O'Neal, Joseph T. O'Neal, President Dan Murphy "Hall, Illinois. Ohio and Indiana, with the final vote was cast and re- Dixon delivered a patriotic address, keep reserve tho evenings for the expressed headquarters n capitulated that he (Senator Mc and tho programme concluded with Wo rules and procedure, the use of Goodloo O'Neal and Emmett O'Neal, himself at Detroit. Mr. convenience of girls engaged in arbitrary power without responsibil- to whom we tender heartfelt sym ance and gratified with the attend general agent of tho Nutt) had told tne angry has the entire assembly, singing "Tho business during tho day." the increased interest in Louisville been for five years, ana who crowded about his by reason of the secrecy pathy. She also leaves three Banner," led by the office ity, and the annual Fourth of July celebra was popular with both the officials desk that he would chango his vote eurroundlntr the proceedings the Mrs. B. M. Rivers, Mrs. Henry massed bands. and picnic SAVING FOR lOS PEOPLE. to suppress free discust-slo- Miller and Miss Vlrgio Wright, and tion St. Vincent for theSt.benefit of and patrons. His new territory will if Beckham withdrew, and to carry authority Thomas control more than 600 offices and and message to Beckham who was public criticism so three brothers, J. D. and George D. tho and bar that MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES. Orphan Homes. He also announced Tho Rev. David R. Hoffernnn of essential to a constructive delibera- Wright, real estate men ot this that the Sisters had tendered the five railroads. More than 1,100 men In the cloak room of the Senate. Arlington parish, James city, and J. E. Wright, of Marion. use of the Visitation Home parjors will be under his control. He en- But Beckham In his greed for tho Throughout tho country there St. tive body. Mass., barn tered upon his new duties at Detroit office would rather sacrifice the was a general observance of Me- Heights, rectory has stocked thostreet We therefore regard the proposal The funeral took place Wednesday for commltteo meetings. All tho on Apploton as an insidious pretense, impractic- afternoon from her home, 2040 committees submitted encouraging yestorday, and carries with him tho Democratic party than himself. In morial day on Wednesday, with spe- of his of sugar and hunable in Its operation, and because Eastern Parkway, the remains being reports and Lee Yates announced best wishes of a legion of friends fils opposition, to the cial services in tho Catholic churches with several tons of flour, which ho politicians Senator McNutt says ho and monster parades 4n tho larger dreds of barrels at cost among his of its lack of democratic honesty laid to rest beside those of her hus- that ho would have a surprise for and associates. is distributing band in Cave Hill cemetery. foredoomed to failure. was years! ahead of many in seeing cities. Here in Louisville the graves more than 1,500 parishionors. the next meeting. E. J. Parker Ho JUBILEE MEETING. As Americans, we assort and bethe dangers of this element in tho of tho vetran deairjvero strown with thought of thp idea, provided the and Al Smith reported the arCARDINAL BUYS BONDS. party, and thousands now realize ho flowers and the observance was capital and did tho purchasing himlieve that in doing eo we are in rangements for tho disposal of the The next meeting to further plans was right, many of whom are his quite marked. harmony with sound public opinion West Chestnut street lot donated making better bargains than His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons by Bishop O'Donaghue, upon which for the celebration of Rev. Father warmest supporters in his race for War clouds cast a special gravity self, be possible for even a grocer in America; and that, if England bo a priest County Commissioner. day exercises in would . over Memorial words of Lloyd has authorized a statement to the everyone in the diocese will want Ackerman's silver Jubilee as night sincere, in the at That Senator McNutt's claim is a Washington in which President of ordinary resources. As Father George, that she "would not for- Publicity Committee of the Liberty a chance. The Fourth of July will be held next Tuesday all tho reparation Loan Cminittee for Maryland in or- buttons are in chargo ot Frank 8 o'clock. All members ot the con- logical one is borne out by the fact Wilson, Cardinal Ginnons, uniei Heffernan passes alongdelighted profit get that restitution and with flock, they aro to gregation are Invited to atend, as that the do Justice White and many other high hishis will concede to der that It should be Dromulcated in Schmltt and aro expected followers to bo began at home,' she plan, which is saving them two participated. to elect the press to emphasize the fact that hero for Monday night's meeting. are also all others outside tho par not dare open an attack on him for Government officials the Irish people the right may be interested, wniie military mass was cents or 6o on every pound of sugar in tho their own Chairman ana conauci he Is natlon-wld- o heartiest sympathy with Rev. Fathers William Gausepohl and ish who of the various committees his refusal to vote for Beckham, Special Pontifical Aloyslus church by and several dolars a barrel on flour. movement to the work the celebrated at St. were present and their proceedings in the light of He is finding that Uio arrangement of a preliminary thlri being a the widest dissemination of Charles P. Ratio position. Cardinal Gibbons and was attended day, framo the government tho peo- information regarding tho character mado stirring appeals for tho or thus far ithas been nature, nevertheless Is very en of the weakness of their or our by Knights of Columbus councils means a good deal of work for him ple of Ireland want, and that the and the objects of tho Liberty loan. phan children, urging all to work to couraging and indicates that the cel- Now for a little foresight and his assistant, tho Rev. Conrad J. was opposed strenu- from Baltimore. Chief Justice White the coming constitution which they may draft let It bo make of last year. celebration double ebration will measure up to and own. Beckham columns in 1914 and and other members of the Supremo Quirbach, but does not regret this, Cardinal Gibbons Many ladles repurchasing for the government of Ireland will known that in the near future he that even beyond tho high expectations ously in these This was followed by a pa- and as the be promptly accepted and enacted would address an open letter to tho ported that their work was- pro- set. The men in charge say nothnlg we were told by his friends, some Court. celebration before the Colum- has proved such a success with flour friendsl, that it triotic exby the Parliament of England. exhorting gressing satisfactorily and would shall be left undone to mako it ono of whom aro our thing to get him bus monument in front of the Union and sugar, may go into it more parclergy of tho diocese show splendid results. The next good them to use tholr best endeavors meeting will bo hold Monday night, of the notable events that mark th'e would be a way by electing him to Station, at which former Gov. Glynn, tensively. Clergymen in othor tol ishes DIAMOND JUBILEE. out of the to the furtherance of this project. when all friends of the orphans are history of the Louisville diocese. New York, was the chief speaker. low also, it is predicted, will his example. the Senate. After ho had mauled of Tho statement Is authorized that looked for. Louisville Democracy to a queen's Observance of the diamond jubi- His Eminence has purchased for hie FATTIER ELMER RITTER. IN LECTURE. INTEREST tjiste following his election we LEXINGTON. lee of the University of Notre Dame own account as a personal invest JOINS THE FIRST. e supporters. "wil be the occasion of tho greatest ment a block of these securities. The Rev. Elmer Rltter, son of ohided those Tho announcement that Dr. James only of ana Catholic celebration, not prohibitionist senator Ono hundred and twenty Knighta of New York City, would When his country called, young Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ritter, the of the of Fort Wayne, but in they wore sorry J. Walsh, of Macauley'a Theater on of Columbus, belonging to Lexingthe diocese Many THIRTY IN CLASS. lecture at Harry C. Keyer, son of John B, New Albany, was ordained for Ind., we were told that ot dignitaries Indiana. tor their mistake and that it Sunday night, Juno J.0, under tho ton, Louisville, Frankfort and AshKeyer, 1901 South Second street, priesthood at St. Melnrad, Church and State will honor the happen again. Yet in just Councils, were given the fourth The class at West Point presence, and the Academy was graduated a Military was one of the first to make applica- Wednesday morning, the impressive wouldn't over two, years they are auspices of tho Knights of Colum land event by their month tion for training in the officers' re- services being conducted by tho a little bus, has arousoa wiaespreaa impr degreo Sunday afternoon at Lexingt, name of Hon. Edward J. ton and were guests of Lexington usual this est, ana aireaay nis coming i Rev. Joseph Chartrand, Bishop of found begging support for the half of Louisville, former Lieu- and adue to earlier than Germany. serve corps. ' Known as an banquet at Sheriff and with great pleasure. Dr. Assembly at night at a Mayor Rog- the war with athlete and a natural soldier, his the Indlanapolia diocese. The young by doing, candidate for the greatest Kentucky, is in- year, tenant Governor of so causing Walsh has becomo famous tho coun- St. Paul's Auditorium. speakers all were" well represented. examination sorely disappointed him priest will read his first mass Sunwill Catholics cluded In the list of those who ranks of try over as a Catholic writer and ors presided and tho were about thirty among who thought his day morning at St. Mary'ri church, friction possible in the take part in the event. Notable ThereStudents. Considering the the and his friends,power of endurance New Albany, where he was con- local Democracy, as any Democrat lecturei", and his subject for Louis-vlii- devoted tholr remarks to patriotic en intrepidity and 139 features of the programme Include trance requirements and the aun-cu- lt would bring certain promotion. Truo firmed. Those attending from New can testify, the Robertson-McNall- y "ShakesDcare Now and Then," subieefs. About one hundred mem b tanferrlne of the Laetare medal degree bers given course at West Point, it 'is to the soldier blood within him. Albany were Mr. and 'Mrs. Ritter, race being an Issue on all sides. is said to be one of his most delight members of tho fourth Council. are evening Lexington R. afok Aetefral Beosoa at the The lecture win creditable to the church that so being a great nephew of Michael the Rev. George Scheldled, and the The rank injustice of the whole tho ful offerings. Tiftoole of all creeds be A. Watson, ot Louisville, directed mmlon, June 9; dedication of tie many of a her sons should have suc- - YaullrnAt. T)riWA wtin HflV OArvloA Rev. William F. selnem, rector or fair is that it is jeopardizing for traa anA in new library" Sunday afternoon, Juas of Charley Cronan cordial invitation has been extended. the work. chances ill the West Indies and fought with St. Mary's church, 10; laying of the coraerta oflceeded la graduating. Service. New York, May 28. Excluding from consideration the Intensive and highly colored statements which have been cabled to Irish Press News pro-se- nt "Tho authority of our nation has spoken," said Father Walsh, "and It is the sacred duty of every American and every Catholic worthy of tho name, to uphold that authority, in every possible way, ewn to the shedding of his blood. Every Catholic, whether he be native born or naturalized, knows that his religion, teaches him that love for his country is a duty only less than his devotion to God, and he can not be a true Catholic and servo God unless ho is patriotic and loves his country and is willing to. stand up in defense of its rights." Referring to tho coming registra tion for tho selective draft, Father Walsh said that Catholics should take a patriotic pride in promptly enrolling themselves for military sorvico In a war for humanity under the flag of our country. In con cluding, the pastor pointed out that while all coud not serve their coun try in the battle lino the others could help materially in dofending tho nation and showing their patriotism by subscribing to tho war bonds with the knowledge that a grateful country would pay them back with interest. lives. Thousands of children, besides war orphans and refugees in Europe, have been deeply affected by the war. Juvenile delinquency has Increased, more children have been employed under adverse conditions, special measures have been necessary to protect the lives of mothers and babies, and homo life has been broken up by tho Increased employment of mothers. The absence of many fathers and the of mothers have had a disastrous effect, the boys' clubs have been seriously interfered with or abandoned altogether (like so many other phllthroplc works), and crime among children has notably increased. have certainly The chlldien "done tholr bit." EducatlonMn England is at a standstill, and in some localities most of the total war savings In public funds have been, affected In education alone, so that schools vacation schools, open-ai- r and other special schools are suffering or have been given up altogeth on Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m forty-flveyea- rs road-mast- er apos-tola- te e, one-ha- Ber-tran- Haly-Beckha- m s natio- paper, A. G. Gardiner, bitterly attacks Sir Edward Carson, once Inciter of rebellion In Ireland and now First Lord of the British Admiralty. "You," writes Mr. Gardiner, "who hava no title to be In any British Government except as tho brlngor of appeasement In Ireland, aro using your position in that Government to prevent appeasement. If tho present negotiations break down, as seoms only too likely, they will break down because the war, whlcn has taught tho world so much, has taught you and tho litlo Prussian garrison in Ulster nothing. They will break down, too, because, while you have not surrendered to tho great spirit of this tlmo, Lloyd Georgo has surrendered to you." Of course Carson had no title to the ofilce ho now fills other than the good will of Lloyd George. If Asqulth, who was Premier of Eng land during tho period of Ulster terrorism, had put Carson In jail, ho would have done perfectly right; but instead of doing this ho gave him a placo high in tho Cabinet. "You armed, drilled, rovlewed and Inspired men," continues Gardiner. "For what? 'io mako armed resist ance to tho passing and tho putting in opertlon of an act of Parliament. In other words, to intimidate or overawe the King, tho Lords and Commons of the United Kingdom. You know that it was tho treason able campaign Inaugurated by you In Ulster that lighted tho fire of rebellion In Nationalist Ireland." After telling all these truths, Mr. Gardiner appeals to Carson to act the part of a man and undo his bad "You have done great work. wrong," ho says, "but it is in your power to make atonement. You can pluck from tho hearts of your Ulster friends the distrust of their which you have helped to sow there. You can, if you will, make Ulster listen to reason. You can settle the Irish question, and remove from this Empire tho ono blot that sullies Its name. You aro delivering Ireland over to disruption. Join hands with Redmond and the Constitutional party and you save Ireland and defeat disruption." How far Sir Erward Carson will respond to this appeal remains to be seen, but can easily bo guessed. fellow-citizens Dally News, tho editor of During Juno the Membership Will Pass Hundred ThouCARSON SCORED. sand Mark. In an open letter In the Loudon that news- HELP TAKE STATE WAR CENSUS . i - Haly-Beckha- m Fifty-four- th - Haly-Beckha- m ol ht Bradley-Beckha- m Han-ma- naiy-Beckhaml- sis-tor- s, Star-Spangl- ed n Haly-Beckha- m (.a Haly-Beckha- m - self-sam- McDer-moth- Haly-nockha- m all-rou- o. BCEWXXJOKTSr XiSUtSlEI A3S&J3ttTOAJSt. KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGIW. PUBLISHED EVBRY SATURDAY. MMc INmM t m B.v. I.AaaeaJ Iarttat hlwi SmW aaa M wri Wv AnatwU QM&CT 4 Mrf GMhetfc Safefe lawful8 t IrM AmricMS m C4fas msn of KBHTUCKY IWIH AMKWICAN PnfWTWQ 4USCKHTI9N PRICE, NB DOLLAR PW YEAR Attract a tfca laflayggajfaaftajpaa WMH to Ma KWfTWCI CO.,lttW, ltofcKW SINQUB COPy7 Wwt w Uii ftattac. " mmCHlWH "' "" '' 8rw 31 afrfftAOES ffl?M COUUCW. LI.WIJL, KY SATURDAY. JUNE 2, 1917 of small nations. It will bo observed, however, that no rule Is Next Tuesday, June 6, Is the laid down which would make the day selected by President Wilson will of tho majority of tho deleior the registration of men subject gates binding upon tho whole body. REGISTER! to draft under the selective conscription law. This applies to all and thirty-men between twenty-on- e one years, and failure leaves ono liable to sever penalty. 1 DRAW TIIB LINE. As ono speaker stated last week, we can't object to having England alluded to as our ally, but be object to seeing her eulogized as the protector and friend of small nations when her brutal and criminal treatment of Ireland is just now receiving the attention of lovers of fair play the world over. SOME SHOCK. It may have been remorse for its treatment of employes in the past, and no ono likes to look a gift horse in tho mouth, but when the L. & N. railroad, which in tho opinion of many is the greatest detriment to Louisville and Kentucky, gives a day salary increase and oight-nowithout agitation it beats them. ur KDU?ATIONAL ASSOCIATION. This practically leaves the matter where it was before, but with this difference, that England will be able to pose before tho world as the real friend of Irish autonomy. Another case of "Pilate washing Tho Government his hands." knows that tho Orange faction will not accept the decision of the majority of tho convention, and hence we are inclined to regard the Government's plan as nothing more than a shabby trick designed to prevent Ireland from bringing her case before the great world-couwhere tho status of small nations will be determined. .Had England been sincere she would have insisted on tho decision of the majority being translated into tho law of But England does not the land. believe in majority rule lit Ireland, or for that matter in auy rule save her own as it is interpreted by tho handful of toadies and bigots of tho foreign colony who compose the "Garrison party," whose solo claim to speak in Ireland's name rests on their ability to fry tho fat of their rich sinecures. rt COMING EVENTS. should be settled. For that reason It is to .bo expected that It will exJune 4 Euchre and lotto, St. ert Itself earnestly toward the Patrick's school hall, Thirteenth such, au end. and Market, ovoning only. Lawn fete by June GREAT rOWER. Church Debt and Building Fund of St. Louis Bertrand's cnurch. The Chicago Tribune, realizing Juno 19 Trinity Council moonhow completo is tho vote of con- light excursion on steamer Pilgrim, fidence which. Congress Is urged to July 4 Catholic Orphan Society pass in tho unerring Judgment and picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage profound wisdom of a single man, grounds. July 17. St. Paul's church picnic cites tho fact that even in Great practice wo are asked and outing at Woodland Garden. Britain, whose 9 July Annual garden party to copy, tho supremo authority is of St. Anthonv's Hosnltal. ausDices in jof Sewing Society. lodged, not in an individual, but a war council or committee in tho July 19 Moonlight excursion by deliberations of which a majority Trinity Council on Steamer Pil voto is presumably decisive. While grim. July 24 Lawn Fete for Visitanot disapproving all the features Working Girls. of tho Presidential programme, the tion Homo for July 25 Annual picnic for St. presTribune contents itself, for the Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Phoenix ent, with pointing out that the only Hill Park. thinking man in tho United States July 30 Annual A. O. H. picnic who Is not terrified by tho magni- at Phoenix Hill Park. Aug. 1 Annual picnic of Mackin tude of the power demanded by President Wilson appears to bo the Council, at Summers Park. President himself. tcMCjMCi5xKaacKieoao8eo 18-19-- 20 HERMAN STRAUS SONS J We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. 18-1- CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT There Is will be instrumental in regulating and clipping the claws of monop olies, in which event it will not bo without at least one substantial prospect that this war SOCIETY. CSMMaSC8C$MaS3a Mrs. Edward Barry will entertain her 500 club on Juno 11 at her home, Deer Park. compensation. The Catholic Educational Association which convenes in Buffalo on June 25 invites the of all educators. The object of tho association lis to keep in the minds of tho pooplo tho necessity of religious instruction and training as tho basis of morality and sound education, and to promote the principles and safeguard the Interests of Catholic education in all its departments. Buffalo Catholics will give a hearty welcome to delegates to the convention, which will continue through four days. i CLEARING In THE SITUATION. STRIKING CONTRAST. K M. " The dally news dispatches tell of the purchase of HbeTty bonds by Catholic clergy, among them Cardinal Gibbons, and Catholic societies like the A. 0. H., whllo the Knights of Columbus are preparing to take care of tho spiritual needs Of the Catholic soldiers and sailors. The Catholic women have organized for hospital aid in the war zones, the motto of their society being "For God, for Country and Now tho for Homo." contrast: The A. P". A. societies like tho Junior Order, Guardians of Liberty, Knights of Luther and their women auxiliaries like tho Daughters of America, Daughters of Liberty, etc., have not bon heard from since President Wilson's declaration of war, and this same class of bunk patriots were busy tho last few years warning tho country to beware of Catholics, the Menace and other gutter organs printing d stories of guns being hid under churches, etc., and above all, tho Catholics could not be trusted in times of war. It surely emphasizes the old adago, "It's an ill wild-eye- put a. quietus on tho A. P. A. nuisances. YOUR EASTER. DUTY. that blows no one good," as tho war with all its horrors has wind h to the fact that this next Sunday, Juno 3, tho Fteast of the Holy Trinity, marks' tho end of tho Easter time and Is the last day for making tho Easter duty. Those who neglect this sacred duty will become automatically excommunicated, cut off from all participation in those benefits which God has bestowed upon his church, and if they should dio without being able to reconcile themselves with God through tho reception of the sacraments of penance and holy, communion, they Again, we call attention The Senate has at last indulged some plain speaking for tho President's benefit. The result Is seen already 1n the disposition of tho Chief Executive to consult with Congress regarding needed legis lation. The chief objection of those who participated in the debate was tq relievo Congress of the blamo which has been attached to it for the delay in legislation and place It nt tho President's door, and second ly to convince the President of the necessity of greater with members of tho legislative branch. In this attempt both Dem ocrats and Republicans joined. Since the war began the PresI dent has persisted in having all lm portant war measures, with the exception of the revenue bill, drawn either by Attorney General Gregory or by the heads of departments and bureaus affected. Once drawn they have been sent to tho Chairman of tho appropriate committees, who have been expected merely to hand them in. Tho trouble began with tho espionage bill, whose looseness and scope astonished many Senators. The. President, it was asserted, had not assumed powers not belonging to him but had sought to attain powers necessary to carry on the war In a manner which, instead of expediting matters, had been pro ductive of delay and of a hostile spirit in Congress. With every bill that has come from Attorney General Gregory or other executive heads the feeling of rsqntment has grown, a resentment not only against tho manner in which the bills had been drawn but also against the state of almost complete ignorance in which Congress was kept regarding the information in the President's possession. Tho whole trouble was that the President had expected Congress to a rubber stamp instead of a deliberative body. 'The little flare-u-p in tho Senate has cleared tho air and made progress in much needed legislation possible. Such plain speaking as Senators indulged in is a good thing onco dn a while. It makes for better understanding and better feeling. bo-co- Next Tuesday is tho feast day of Miss Myrtle Doherty loft the first tho great St. Boniface, tho patron of the week to visit relatives at of Germany. . Phoenix, Arizona. THE VETERANS. Martin Mullaney is recovering from his recent illness and will be Every year they're marching slower, Every year they're stooping lower, out in a day or two. Every year the lilting music stirs is Mrs. Reverman Theresa tho hearts of older men; homo from a pleasant visit with Every year the flags above them Seem to bend and bless and love relations at Seymour, Ind. them Miss Clara Angemlor will return As if grieving for the future tho middle of when they'll never march Academy, near Juno from Nazareth Bardstown. again! Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayes have Every year that day draws nearer, returned from a visit with Mrs Every year the truth is clearer That tho men who saved tho na- - John Hayes, at Bloomlngton, Ind tlon from the severance of Miss Grace Martin, of Oakdale, tho sword visit has returned from a week-en- d Soon must pass away forever From the sceno of their endeavor, with friendsi and relatives at Cave Soon must answer to tho roll City. call of the angel of tho Lord. Miss Leo Curley, Shawneo TerEvery year with dwindling number, race, has had as her visitor the Loyal still to those that sumber. past week Miss Nell Lyons of St. Forth they march to where al- Louis. ready mauy have found peace at last, Mrs. W. F. Troutmnn, who was And they place the fairest blossoms here for a week-en- d visit with Miss O'or the silent mould'ning bosoms Margaret O'Neil, has returned to Of the valiant friends and comBoston. rades of the battles of the past. Mrs. W. R. Mahoney, of New Haven, was here for a visit of sev Every year grow dimmer, duller eral days with her son, R. Mahoney, Tattered flag and faded color; In Oakdale. Every year the hands that bear them find a harder task to George J. Butler and J. B. Riley do, have been taking a rest from busi And the eyes that only brightened ness and spent tho past week at When tho blaze of battle lightened, West Baden Springs. Like the tattered flags they follow, aro grown dim and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bailey, East faded too. Spring street, New Albany, had for this week Mrs. Edward Every year we see them massing, their guest of Cincinnati. Every year wo watch them passing, Corcoran, Scarcely pausing In our .hurry Mrs. Will McDermott, who was after pleasure, after gain, tho guest of Mrs. Will Bulger on But the battle flags above them Seem to bend and bless and love Portland avenue, has returned to her home in Cincinnati. them, And through all the- lilting music McFadgen, of Mrs. E. an sounds undertone of Valley, Ga., A. here for a visit Fort with is pain! her sister, Mrs. Joseph M. Keyer, D. A. McCarthy. 1313 South Brook street. - $ 4.95 $5.95 $6.45 (White Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS 160c RECENT DEATHS. 79c SAM L. ROBERTSON $1.00 V01B FOR With requiem high mass the funeral of Mrs. Anna Mary Begert was held Monday morning at St. Joseph's church. Deceased was sixty-fiv- e years old and was the beloved wife of Joseph Begert, 145 Williams street. Bestldes her husband she leaves two sons and a daughter. By tho death of Christopher 2302 Duncan street, the West End suffers the loss of another of Its well known residents and St. Cecilia's church a faithful member. Ho is sturvivel by his widow, Mrs. Minnie Clark four sons and two daughters. The funeral was held Monday morning, attended by many Zln-nlngZln-ning- Subject to Action of Democratic Party.. OF JEFFERSON COUNTY mounrning relatives and friends, Primary August 4, 1917. who feel sympathy for the bereaved Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4, 1917. family. SHERIFF candiMt:& "for H. S. McNUTT FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER GENERAL INTENTION. IRELAND. once tho temple of tho Holy Ghost; no consecrated ground can envelop their mortal remains. It is ft terrible prospect to consider. I the' right of ChrisNo mass of requiem can bo offered for their souls, no priest of God can bles3 their bodies, will o denied tian burial. ENGLAND NOT SINCERE. Government's proposal to summon a convention composed of delegates from all parties in Ireland for tho purpose" of drafting for ""that country is o. It is undeniable that the British a big constitution Advance on. dealing with subject peoples, At flret glance th proposed convea-tfo- a would seem to' offer an easy and certain way out of a eltuatlc-that is disgrace to a Government iwhleta prete&ds to have a &poeaI ntfeeioa in 'reference to the righ'te n the Government's usual mode of out Ulster from the settlement of tho homo rule question would bo clearly incompatible with tho principle for which tho great majority of Irish people have long been struggling. It would not be home rule at all. If tho proposed convention shall bo fully and fairly representative of all "creeds, interests and parties in Ireland," there is reason to hope that a way will be found to reconcile tho differences and dispose of tho chief obstacles that stand in the way at present Tho Influenco of tho Brltsh Government should bo used to induce the obstructionists of Ulster to bo moro reasonable than they were just prior to the outbreak of tho European war. There should bo no rea son to defer tho final disposition of homo rule until after the war. The Government realizes, since America Joined the Allies, that it is of vital importance to the wolfare of Great Britain that this issue which, as it now stands, is the cause of chronic irritation anil unrest among the great majority of the Irish people, ae well as a menace to the Empire, To leavo stiff-necked The general Intention for June recommended by His Holiness Pope Benedict for members of the League of the Sacred Heart is Early First The words of Pius X. Communion. urging and insisting upon the practice of early first communion aro sufficient of themselvesl to bring about the ready and joyous reception of so holy a privilege. The Holy Father, the Supreme Shepherd, Is divinely guided in pre scribing what is best and most salutary for the feeding of the flock committed to his keeping. Tho wisdom of the Holy Father's rullog is evidenced by the fact that early first communion brings to the altar tens' of thousands of children In all e inthe beauty of their nocence. Surely it must console tho heart of tho Sinless Son of God to welcome at the altar rail those unsullied and untarnished souls. souls never stained or darkened by the slightest shadow. If parents are seeking the better interests of their children, if they are anxious for their spiritual growth, and if they desire to safeguard them against tho dangers "which will shortly confront their little ones, they will zealously and eagerly with their pastors in bringing this great grace into .the soulsl of those committed by a loving Providence Into their keeping. If in after years their children stray from the path of vlrtuo and wander far perhaps from the altar Tall, they will not then be forced to reproach themselves with neglect. snow-whit- Mrs. Fred. Bacon and son, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. X, Kessack in Clifton, have returned to their home in Indianapolis. return today from a visit to their daughter, Mrs. James WIntersmith, and Mr. WIntersmith, in Ada, Okla Mislses Mr. and Mrs. John McAteer will Clifton Heights, was held from St. Joseph's church, of which sho has been a faithful member. Her death resulted from a complication of diseases. Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter, Mildred r, Lang;, a brother, August and three sisters, Mrsl William F. Martin, Mrs. James Martin and Miss Catherine Schoen-baechloSchoen-baechle- r. Tuesday morning the funeral of Mrs. Josephine Lang, aged fifty, Lang, wife of Michael beloved ANDREW M. SEA FRANK DACHER CLOTH FOR ALTAR. Thoso pieces of linen that seem to bo of no account will undoubtedly mako very nice chalice cloths or flpgor towels for some mission chap el, so don't throw them away. There aro a number of good, char itable women who have written to tho Catholic Church Extension So ciety offering to mako this linen up Into articles for tho altar, if wo could but send them the linen, which they can not purchase themselves just bow, due to Its high cost. If you havo no linon in your homo that you can't use, and still would like to help tho missions in a small way, the Extension Society, 750 111., building, Chicago, would bo glad to receive your donation for tho purchase of the linen. You may rest assured that no matter how small your gift may bo. Almighty God will see that you aro rewarded for your sacrifice. NAZARETH. Nazareth Academy will hold Its exerclees commencement in the academy auditorium on Thursday morning June 14. The programme will be classical and up to the usual high standard of. the great educational institution. Ten young ladies will be graduated. years Michael Stark, soventy-thre- o where from Anthony's church, died Tuesday CANDIDATE FOR wero tho guests of Miss Clara Mae afternoon at his home, 2423 Duncan Roemel. street, following an ilhess conCITY TREASURER CANDIDATE FOR tracted two months ago. Besides Subject to Action of Democratic Partr. Little Miss Mary Louise Whitty, his wife, Margaret Stark, he Is surCITY TREASURER Prlmary August 4, 1917. Broadway, left last night vived by six daughterss Mrs. Frank Subject to of West Action of Democratic Party. for Chattanooga, to spend the sum- Lowe, Cincinnati; Mrs. J. W. NewPrimary August 4. 1917. mer with her cousin, Mrs, Walter ton, Meado county; Mrs. Robert HMerleh. Burns, Mrs. Albert Wolf, and Misses Ida and Elizabeth Stark, and George Wiedemer and bride, who three sons, Leo, Adolph. and Robert was Miss Marcella Bornwasser, have Stark. Tho funeral was held yesterreturned from their honeymoon, day morning. spent in tho East, and are at home at 190G AVoodbourne avenue. a widely Frask Reinert, Sr known resident of the East End, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. B. Sinder died Monday night at his homo, have announced the engagement of 1008 E. Jefferson st. He had been their daughter, Miss Maurice L. ill of nephritis nnd heart disease Sinder, to Maurice E. Smith. Tho for somo tlmo, but was able to work wedding (will take place on June 27. Monday and his condition did not become serious until that evening. Miss Frances Tyler McCabe, who Ho ds survived by his wife, Mrs. Is attending" school at Nazareth Mary Reinert. four sons, Frank, Jr., Academy, will return Juno 10, and of Tell City, Ind., and William, Anjoin her mother, Mrs. Kathleen Cun- drew and Albert Reinert, and three Tho boys who would bo UWYER FOR TWENTY.FIVE PMCTICIN6: YEARS ningham McCabe, at her apartment daughters, Misses Mary, Louiso and dresbed In perfect taste on in the Bel Voir. CANDIDATE FOR Lorino Reinert. His funeral was held Thursday morning from St. the important occasion of Mr, and Mrs. H. F. Stoerr have Boniface church. Fifth Mii$trUI District Hrst, Setood, TWnS Wante announcod' tho marriage of their their confirmation will find Subjeot to Action of Democratic Party. Mlste daughter, Susan Beatrice ENDS ANOTHER YEAR. Primary August 4, 19 17. the "Boys' Store" finely Stoerr, to I. Aubrey Sanders, of Right Rev. Monslgnor Michael J. Cartorsvllle, Mo., which was solequipped to supply their 1017 Primary 191X Lavelle, Vicar General of tho New emnized May 24. Splendid apparel needs. years York diocese, was slxty-o- n lrtnn T?i4Alln C.... n .1 TIT.. If n M. old Wednesday. , Messages of con pinch-bac- k and Norfolk tln E. Ridge wore united in mar- gratulation were showered upon him styles the very newest deriage at St. Brigld's church Tues- from al parts of tho State and coun signs; blue serges and years day afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. try. Despite his three-scor-o other flno woolen fabrics, performing the cere- Fathor Lavelle as as active as many Father Jansen mony. Tho bride is a daughter of wh'o aro years his junior. tailored with tho greatest Vernon L. Eads, of Charlton avenue, care to insure satisfying ST. PATRICK'S. and is a pretty and accomplished wear. Wonderful qualities young lady. Tho groom is a son of Monday night tho ladies of St, from Major Pat Ridgo and is a clerk at Patrick's tho Seelbach Hotel. He is also prom- another ofparish will entertain with enjoyable reception their inently identified with Trinity card parties in tho hall at Thir$5 up to $18 Council, Y. M. I. and Market, to which everyteenth body is invited. Those who will PRETTY HOSIE WEDDING. have charge are Mesdames Harry Harris, Cathorlno SUlr, Patrick seaOno of tho prettiest of the Mary itfcCarthy Hourlgan, and son's home weddings was that of Misses Blanche Bronnan, Lee Trent, FOR Miss Noll Kano Morgan, of this city, Cary Reddington and Mary Connors. and Churchill Johnson, of Atlanta, solemnized Thursday ovening at C OJ? TEFFERSdK COUNTY HONOR OLD GLORY. o'clock at the residence of the Third and Merket Subject to AcO'on of Democratic Party,. bride's mother, Mrs. Richard MorTho event' of widest Interest In gan, 741 South Second street, Rer. JHt year feoya w ttaeatt that wHB Fathor George M. Connor, of St. connection with tho Alumni gatherViator's College, near yffqpar tfeesi XorUf. William's church, performing the ing at St. 111., was the dedication ccmmencesient: Kankakee, ceremony. The bride's sister. Miss ataff and the ST. XAVIER'S COJULEOfi Leonla Morgan, was the maid of or a steel flag Memorial day. raising Every on Tho Saint Vincent Academy, at honor, and little Miss Dorothy Ken- of a flag society of 1U W. SMfttway, Xeaterlll, Xy. Kankakee had St Vincent in Union county, will dall was the ring bearer. Eugene patriotic GaadicUd' by taa The have its commencement exercises ori Ctesftle&l. Selaattfo Xaverlaa' Bratkar. invited to participate. Crouse wag the .beet man and George been aad Buataaaar Mayer was groomsman. Beet wishes Very Rev. J. P. Q'Mahoney, C. S. the morning of Wednesday, June 13, OauriM, Preparatory Daaartaaaat, Lr of a legion of admirers and friends V., President of St." Viator's, ac- at 10 o'clock, for which .an excel- SwIjbhJs Foal. WaU BattJaped 'TTTntrii Moaarwra, jwa, JUMa), XWV. lent programme las, been arranged. J are tendered the bride and groom. cepted the flag. nnd Mary Mar' ! Wleland have returned old and a respected member of St. Bowling Green, they Catherine Dlgnan M. B. KENDRICKL f Communion Confirmation MAQI8TRATB Annt ' M LEVY'S !!Ll7ffHV WM. T. McNALLY I Syffi'!! lilyiMlSWIffl-M&'JIJMlMWWBgjUW- v1 'nurn'mujmammStMmii' ja:K2srorxJOK:Y xxuc&n: RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL There was a gratifying attendance at tho meeting of Trinity Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly Council, Y. M. I., Monday evening urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements to hear one of tho most educational they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readand illustrative lectures tho council has over heard. Tho speaker was ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Dr. W. B. Dohorty, ono of tho most omlnont physicians of Louisville, and tho manner in which he handled tho very Interesting subject of Highest Cash Pricos Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your "Know Thyself" held tho largo auPromises. Also Tallow and Grease. ' dience spellbound throughout its COMPANY wcro course. Dr. Doherty's remarks or especial Interest to the Incorporated , young men who profited abundantly : ne 'them ana who sincerely hope River Itoad, East of Cut-OHomo Phone City 721 Cumberland Main 721 that ho will address them very soon again. PEOPLES FBOVXDENT AS SO CI ATI OH SOUTHERN STAR" BLOOD POISON FATAL. Incorporated. en-ti- ro ivxejrio3- - BJYRS TIUXITY COUXCTIa JOS. A. LUDWIG SUDDEN DEATH. LOUISVILLE RENDERING ff . Washington, Marlon county, after an illness of three hours of acute indigestion. Ho was born in Ireland, and came to Ken tucky when quite young. By bard wont anu irugaiuy no amassea a Pleasant' Worm Syrup. Kidney and Bladder, Blood and Liver fortune, and was ono of the largest Penetrating Oil. Vojrtlax Tablets. land owners in Marlon county, and was also tho owner of a largo gen eral merchandise business. Ho is survived by six sons and a widow. Home Phone City 154 Seventeenth mid Bank Tin-perar- Patrick Malicr, seventy-on- o years old, died suddenly at his homo at y, 1MY richib's riiaekjlvjes :RE3WCB3lIE s VOGOD'S IIPKARMOY FAN LUNCH FOR BOWLEHS. CANDIDATE 1 AM JteMdy SLICED BACON tor Your Grid (Ho Horning" la the LARD, SAUSAGE IOUIimiiliE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) HAMS, BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'IVS. 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Home Phone Shawnee GOflS 80S HENRY aoenno, odxteboio, Bpounara Tia Roofs Repaired and Painted ASPHAX.T SHINGLES A SPECIALTT iBIl "Weit Broadway, SoKlivlUe, Xy. JOS.East 803 I,3lV:EI Walnut Street Wall Paper and Window Shades Room Mouldings, Picture Frames and Window Shades Mado to Ordor. Homo Phone City 2517. YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed W. O. RUSSELL O. Mortimer L. Heffernau, a former resident of this city and well known Southern Insuranco adjuster, died Thursday morning at Huntavllle, Ala., the result of blood poison. His mother, Mrs. Mary Heffernan, and brother, James Heffernan, were at his bedside when the end came. Ho SNEDDON COMPANY was married and leaves a wife and REPAIR three daughters. Hnucock and Broadway HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. Former Foreman Overland Louis- vlllo Co. Tho regular monthly meeting of Overland, Cole and Knight Motor DIVISION 3. tne Queen's Daughters was held yesCars Our Specialty terday afternoon In tho Knights of First and third Fridays, Hibernian Phono City 6007 0 Home, Columbus Hall, plans wero Inaug Portland. HNGRAVEKS urated ror tneir usual summer President John M. Riloy. events, which this year will bo of Vico President Tim O'Leary. MHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY much .Interest. Recording Secretary John Martin. JLRTI8TS. ENORA.VERS ST. CHARLES' CHURCH. Financial ' Secretary John J. ELBCTROTYPER8 Monday night the ladles of St. Broderick. LoulaviRe, Ky MS W. Mala St., Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Charles' Borromeo church will enSergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. Hob Phone City 5674 tertain with a euchro party, to bo 'Sentinel Thomas Noon. held In St. Charles Hall, h JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. and Chestnut. Their affairs are always very enjoyable and Headquarters for DIVISION 4. the awards worth striving for. CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Demand Hail, sixth street. See us about anything in real President Thomas Lynch. estate. We sell, buy and rent. Vico President John J. Barry. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Borne Phone City 4464. Langan, 734 West Oak. I LHrBi.$& ssssssfi tmeZ&KZi'Sf&fii Recording Secretary William P. LOANS on furniture and other personal property at LOWEST BATES. Cdleman Bide., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2885. 1818-182Twenty-seventBSSSSSl n was organized by to make well-know- citizen bowlers in the Frank Fohr Rathskeller Tuesday evening, Capt. Fred. Stengel having arranged a Dutch lunch for their guesits. If nominated and elected I promise to Capt. Albert F. Martin acted as toastmaster and toasts were resdevote my time to the duties of the office ponded to by Col. O. B. Barrett, and further the interests of the people. Carr Jones, Arthur Stern, John Fred. Stengel, D. J. Hennes-sSubject to Action of Democratic Party. Dave Wells, Richard Hill, John Primary August 4, 1917. Barry and Charles Schrelbor. J. seventy-fiv- e FOR Tho Phoenix Brewing Bowling a earn was nost to a gathering of WE'LL FIX THAT FOR YOU COUNTY COMMISSIONER Better look over yonr fans NOW and let n !. oaes which nted it BBFOKK IT GETS REALLY HOT. Phone City 135 AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT r:,. GHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED. 333 WEST MAIN STREET Lub-bor- s. y, FORTY HOURS. bo jfDINNER INCOMPLETE I WITHOUT k JL observed next In tho Church of St. Poter Claver. of which tho Rev. Constantino Schaaf, O. F. M., is tho faithful and energetic pastor. Tho Impressive services will bogln with the high mass toworrdw morning ana como to a solomn close Tues i; day. The Forty Hours' devotion Will 1 j BEER NONE BETTER TELL CITY. Tho approaching marriago of Miss Catherino Btever and John Becker will bo a society event of much interest in Tell City, Ind. Tho bans wero called In St. Paul's church 'by Rev. Father Thle. NONE PURER f Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.1 'SBBBBBRbBbVWVvN M80eeeee9eeeeteetl IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE McDonogh. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Treasurer Sorgeant-at-Arm- s K. John F. Burke. Thomas M. 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER .SSSBSTL 'BH-MtyizfJtM Dig-na- n. & SONS PRINTERS 1507 West Market Street Phone City 6 669 lKSss, SSSsssssslKniBSSSSsl sssssssKiSSxSSMXBSssBSSr' BSSSSSSBBssWESissssp .& .tJBm ut Sentinel J. McDermott. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. 'n ts, SBBj PEACEFUL HUSH BLESSING. Peace in tho kitchen, Peace in tho hall; The peace of God About us all! MODERATION. V T. B. YANK DAIRY INCORPORATED 508-51- 0 COMPANY 4BBa JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H 00. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH PUKE RYB Louisville, Ky. SOUTn WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4203 Bm. BBBjBk& 1 A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f MIKE Swan Street WIEDER 1011 C WM. AUGUSTUS Machine Shop. Auto Repairing PRICES REASONABLE Work Guaranteed Home Phono, Highland 1472 320 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 2000 ed Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of crete and Wrecking. '11 NEW FRENCH PREMIER. IjGRANW. SMITH'S SON I AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Alexander Ribot, former Finance Minister In tho retired Briand Ministry. INDIANA WEDDING. I Funeral Director and Embalmerl f t -' BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. II'M-W'-W Henry Miller, of Ind., havo on- nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Loretta Miller, to Homer Ogden, of that city. Their marriage will be solemnized at St. Mary's church on June 6, tho Rev. Father Wciderln performing the ceremony. Both are popular and the wedding will be ono of tho most brilliant of tho season. Mr. and Mrs. North Vernon, ST. .MARY'S COLLEGE. U'H I l't -M - l8"il"l""l"H"fr - i"M -H I DOUGHERTY & McELUOTTii 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ' Funeral Directors Climb. Main frfr.fr.H-frK-frM-l-'- and Embalmers Home City 3008 $ Next Monday St. Mary's College wllf hold Its nlnoty-sixt- h annual commencement. Tho 'college will graduates from its classical course ten students, who will receive tho degree of Bachelor of Arte, and from the Academic and Commorcl.l departments soveral young men. St. Mary's Coliego has hadi this year 118 students. No invitations have been iesud, but all friends of the institution will bo welcome. SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR. It is always a dangerous practise work unduly on tho public's nerves. Emotional people are particularly subject to this temptation and they seem td bo having their innings at tho present time. Tho food conservation problem offers them a fine chance for needless excitement. Imaginative writers aro making direful forecasts or our future, predicting starvation among the least of troubles to be expected. Everyone admits that tho country is face to face with a crisis that Is as unusual as unexpected, but ho is a poor sample of United States citizenship who will allow himself to believe or try to Imprests on others, that the .country is going to the dogs, either by the starvation or destruction route. No good purpose is served through sowing the seeds of fear and unrest among working people In an effort to convince them that nothing but tho direst want confronts them in tho very near future. advisp counsel, When and through 111 advistad zeal, or tho lack of a proper balance on tho part of the counsellors, become nonsensical and frivolous, it is time to moderato speech by thought. With divided purposes, and unlimited means of exciting tho general public, some of the saviors of tho nation's Industrial and military fuvaaitly more harm ture aro doing than good. In the Interests of a troubled, but always optimistic nation, such people should grant their country and countrymen a little rest from Immoderate and unfounded prophecies of evil. to FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand ye are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. OUT OF SIBERIA. Catherine Breshkovskays, who Climb. Phone was banished to Siberia by the Russian Government thirty years ago as a revolutionist. West 191 THH Home P'hone If U PARISH FLAG RAISING. A Memorial day ceiobratlon of much interest was held Thursday at Our Lady of Lourdes church, North Ashland and Leland avenues, Chicago. A now flag which was presented to tho parish by John Boylston was raised by his daughter, Mlsls Marie Boylston. The flag was blessed by the Rt. Rev. Mon.s. E. A. Kelly, retired chaplain of tho Seventh regiment, I. N. G. Tho Rev. Father J. M. Scanlan, LL.D., WIEDEMANN ntcoitro RATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. W 1 at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, xceliectMW '' QRUBER & DEUSBR. Maaazers, Louisville, Ky. . presided and tho oration was delivered by Charles A. McDonald, Judge of tho Appellate Court. BISHOP .MORRIS. OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth i SOOS-- a both iixoivjb;s. FOR WOJLVN'S EYE. frocks arc in high Ribbon is .used in many novel ways this summer. Satin and silk will bo in strong demand for tho winter. Before this summer is over we aro destined to becomo most awfully tired of capes. From now until October, no matter what tho hour or occasion, Jersey cloth will cover tho women. Hata composed chiefly of organdio and atmosphere aro extremely smart for wear with tho lingerie frock. When it comes to sport hats, it must bo said that tho smartest aro tho simplest and most severely tailored. A charming negllgoo of Georgette crepe Is trimmed with fringe, and an unusual note is tho fringed pocket. Ono-piec- t'frf 4- - I (HWW-fW-- Tho Most Rev. Henry Mbeller, Gingham Archbishop of Cincinnati, has been vogue. Right Rev. John of Little Rock, years a priest. will be twenty-fiv- e Tho clergy and laity havo arranged for the celebration of tho event in a becoming manner, and will mako the jubilee an occasion for the Catholics to show the resources of tho church In ArkansasL Over a dozen Bishops have signified their intention to be present. On Juno 11 tho B. Morris, Bishop JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED & CO. Sole Owatn Registered Diat. No. S2J Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. FONTAINE FERRY GERMAN BANK The Big Amn.ement Canter Dancing Paulsen's Military Band mVVVMUUUUMUUUVHUUVWHUVHUMUUiVUUMUUM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y J. X BARRETT'S SONS 2 i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. appointed Suprema Spiritual Director of tho Catholic Knights of America, to succeed tho late Archbishop Blenky, of New Orleans. Archbishop Moeller has been a strong supporter of the Catholic Knights of America, who will bo greatly benofltod by his acceptance of tho high, position. This action means another powerful indorsement for that great ordor. NEEDED FOR ALTARS. So numerous havo been tho requests that have como in recently for altar linens that another appeal for linen, silk and pieces of lace Is necessary in order that theso needs of poor, struggling priests may bo taken caro of as quickly as possible. A number of Catholic women havo kindly offered to make tho altar linens if wo would do our share in securing tho material. The Catholic Church Extension Society therefore appeals to you onco more to gather togother any pieces of linen, silk and lace that you can spare and send them to tho society at 750 McCormick building, Chicago, 111. They will seo to it that the linens 'sent are made Into articles for the altar. KNOCKS OUT RACING. MVMVWUMHHHWHMUUUVMUMMMMVWMtVVUmWUW Heme Phoa Shawnee 484 Cumberland, West 11 SH& East AdCalxx street. tho Government had taken steps to put a stop to all racing not under Jockey Club control. Tho action of tho administration has spread New consternation In Ireland, where the small county meetings play a great rolo In Irish country life, and havo Kiddyland contributed more than anything else to promote in tho Emerald Islo tho breeding of thoso horses which havo won International celebrity. WORRY THAT KILLS. It was announced at tho meeting of Great Britain's Jockey Club that High Class Vaudeville Restaurant Other Attractions (MH "fTMil'l ,fr'JkmaMMTZJ:rLr,-rmrd m mLmmmtfzii SK3 RATTERMAN INCORPORATED. SCANNELL X Ckapel Free Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY r wW WwvwvWVWWW te Tatrens. WWW IRISH ALWAYS FIRST. Miss Loretta Walsh, of Philadelphia, said to be the first woman to enlist in tho United States navy under the now order of Secretary Daniels admitting women to the navy, enrolled there Saturday. Sho was designated as chief yeoman and assigned to ' open a recruiting station in Philadelphia. Miss Walsh Is twenty-tw- o years old. H.B0SSES0N New Location 7 Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 103K. o gowns of thin wool Jersey havo almost superseded tho separate skirt of jersey with a wash blouso. Gingham sport skirts are worn with whlto blouses and sometimes tho blouses show collars and cuffs to match tho skirts. aro anWashablo silk frocks other novelty of tho season. Like tho gingham frocks, thoy aro Yory practical for country wear. Veils aro a leading clause in this year's millinery and ono of tho newest is tho whlto laco veil, generally worn over a smart turban. ' Gingham hats aro a novelty and aro quite appealing not only because of their smartness, but of their appropriateness for seashore and country wear. bo-cau- so JOHN B. RATTERMAN PECULIARITIES. Tho barber shop was crowded. The Englishman bad things all his WOULD WORK THERE. own way for a while. nOME FOR AGED. "You Irish have more peculiariWith only two dissenting votes The L. Q. B. A the strongest ties than we English," he said to an the Australian Senato recently Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland . Catholic women's fraternal society adopted a resolution calling for West 1107a. In this country, has adopted a INCORPORATED "Oh, I agree there," said Pat, home rule for Ireland without ununique and easy method of securing "but what hand do you stir your due delay. Thoy have local WILL SAVE LIFE. funds for the erection of a home tea with?" Clean Grocery Stores. there. It works well. for the aged,. Members will con"Stir my tea? Why with my right, and wby not elsewhere? The Ohio' Legislature passed a tribute an extra penny each month of course." "The Best For bill providing for the revocation of when, paying assessments. The, home !Ah, well," said Pat, "that's your BIQAMY IN KANSAS. Orders for 1 or more delivered the license of automobile owners will ho arreted In a. short' 'Hfrin at peculiarity. I stir '.mine with a " ' ef tk Jty, frhe erode the law. toMT Syracuse. poon." . ' ., .' A bill has been introduced in r 'QUAKER MAID' Less' FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. Patrick Corbley, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 105 years old, when asked his rule for long life. Born in Ireland, March 17, 1812, Patrick Corbley has spent eighty years of Ms 105 in America and is still taking a keen interest in tho progress of world evonts. He is ablo to do this by reason of his remarkable eyesight. Ho has nover had to use spectacles and reads the newspapers regularly. His mentality Is apparently as keen as his' eyesight. Ho is a firm believer in military preparedness for tho United States. "1" nevor walked out without my trusty blackthorn in the old days I still havo It, you in Ireland. see; now for a cane, instead of a ho shillalah," remarked when asked his views on preparedness. Corbley'a favorita pastime is smoking his old black pipe, which be has smoked since a boy. - "Eat what you like; drink what you like; smoko if you like it, and don't worry. It's worry that kills." That was the advice given by Fifth and Market Sts. "As Neat to You as tbe Nearest Phone' Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest value in Funeral Flowers ever offered la FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. Louisville For prompt delivery call both phones. 223 W.Cerner Feurth and JerTersM H JMooMm 1 tnuuAuMt - tooruiApntjrtoowtsj Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces out-of-to- "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." For the next three weeks we are Louisville Business College going to offer all of our lacee at a liberal discount. This offer is genu'THAT BETTER SCHOOL" ine, and it will pay our SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS customers to 'write us at once while Under tho Management of our stock Is complete. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S, FOURTH each houso of R. L. McCARTY- e work' that 'gponcorlsa solicitors have told you about past sixteen years. Day and Night Classes. high-grad- Irish-man- AVE. Mr. McCarty is still doing t&al (Formerly with Spencerian) -- . jrt I , . tho Kansas Legislature providing for a threo weeks' publication of notlco of approaching marriages. Tho club women declare the measure will do. much to prevent bigamy and elopmehts in ,. ., r .. Kansas. v - Phases: College Office, Oity 78831! Cumb. Main 458. Residence, OKx. 4879; Curob. Weet 129. -- " r .1 KENTUCKY IRISH AME3IOAJRr. I J BAConsson "" INCORPORATED ""' s ' requirements would be destroyed INIMTS wero the fire loss to remain as usual. It is of the utmost importance therefore that every Individual In the nation should consider himcoWhat They Hatfe Been Doing: self as a committee of one to un- Late News operate in the removal of all Members the Past Week General necessary fire 'hazard that may come within his knowledge. Tho urgency News Notes. of this need is paramount. HIBERNIANS. Of MMBNS That Yfill Interest Here and IbbIbBBW . ior August Primary 1917 CHAS. H. KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR , Where the Quick Meal Comes In rin?rai3r & AJVll, V11A1JI J. CLrxr 'jfr ,Lee Young Automobile Co. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. M The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet Five new councils wero estabnext Wednesday evening. The second session of the Twin lished In New York the past year. Thirty-Sixt- h Senatorial District William 0. Hartnon, of Division City League begins tomorrow afterNow York Stato has 216 councils noon and much Interest is being with a membership of over 53,000. 4, Is ill at Akron, Ohio. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. The meetings of Division 4 are manifested in tho opening games, as Council 178G at London has beon now well attended and full of inter- the six gamed played thus far leave added to the roster of the K. of C. 1 the average fan in doubt as to of Ohio. est. 1917 August Primary 1917 in the clubs Milwaukee Knights made an ex1'iesident Tom Lynch has worked which ofdivision. 'Towill finish K. many the the first hard for and feels proud of Divi- of C. team looks the strongest, and cellent appearance In tho Memorial day parade. sion 4. Stand with a eliminating Trinity it is a toss up Tiber Reed Rockers In a full roll Fiber 11 cod Fern container,' tho Tho new council at Renssalaer, Division 3 is making steady pro- between heavy metal pattern, and finished In a pretthe other six. Tomor- Inch, instituted last Sunday, has engress and this makes President row's schedule is! as follows: HiberBtand Is 27 inches long, 11 ty tono of brown; It has a 100 members. Riley Jubilant. inches Inches wide and 32 high back, and deep seat; nians vsj Champs, Imperials vs. rolled about u Tomorrow the annual Initiation nigu; me nnisn is u The Picnic Committee met at the Mackln, Orioles vs. Trinity, and K. priced only $8.25 m meeting of Division 3 last night in of C. vs. Bertrands. Tho standing will mark the red lotter day in tho brown; prico candidate; Killer Reed Rockers In a full roll history of Indianapolis Council. Hibernian Home. back and under Fiber Kcd Tea Wagons with rub- to date! pattern, with Cumberland Council at CumberDivision 42 will consolidate with artillery wheels; the part of amis closely woven; d Pet. land, Md Lost has subscribed for Division 7, making It one of the K.ofC separate tray Is daintily lined It la very substantial and servo I.OOO $15,000 of the war loan bonds. iceable; the finish is a rich with cretonne; prico .$12.25 m best In New York City. Mackin 2 .667 Eighty candidates rocelved the price brown; of tono Tho New Albany Ladies' Axillary Champions 2 .667 A FlliciTable with a . degrees at the annual only Subject to Action of Democratic Party. was well represented when Mrs. Imperials .667 three round top and iltted with a Memorial day Initiation at Fort Orioles Kiber Reed Porch Suit, consistpapers m MoWhorter visltod here. 3 .500 Wayne, largo undershelf for Ind. ing of a large, comfortable 333 Every member should begin now Hibernians 4 and magazines; the finish Is a More than 200 delegates 1017 and Primary Augnat 4 settee and two nicely balanced .167 5 1317 and help to make the annual pic- Bertrands rich brown; very specially at Cedar Trinity o rockers; the finish is a rich .000 visitors will assemble 7 nic the biggeslt success in years. priced at $.00 Point for the Ohio State convention tone of brown. In Louisville, as elsewhere, the TODAY, on Juno 14. The- suit can be bought on rilier Reed l'orch Tables with a Hibernians are always first to re- KENTUCKY. HANDICAP Eighty-si- x round top of genuine Club 'Plan for our Household candidates who. wero spond to the advise and appeals of quarter-sawe- d oak, this giving Next In importance to tho great initiated Into Prlco Hill Council at ?2.00 a month; the first paythe clergy. Kentucky Derby is the big $15,000 Cincinnati wero all residents of tho a smooth surface; the other .$2.70 ment is only The addresb of Mrs. McWhorter, Kentucky handicap race which takes Price Hill section. parts of the table are a closely CANDIDATE FOR The full price Is $27.00. the Auxiliary National Piesldent, place at Douglas Park this afterwrapped reed; tho linish is a May was a great month for tho l'Mber I Iced Tublo Lamp in a $1.00 brown; prlco here last week, Is still receiving noon and which will bring together order throughout the West. In all rich very pleasing design; it has a much attention. tho greatest equino thoroughbreds tho States numerous initiations addshade lined with Fiber Heed Floor lamp, G feet Kentucklans from ed largely to tho membership. Division 2 of Indianapolis took In tho countrydainty cretonne. It has a sinflxturo high, with a the lead and donated $100 for the ono end of tho State to the other gle light fixture and 7 feet of Tho exemplification of the third and a large shade lined with Subject to the Action of the DnniocJnllc Party proposed Irish library at Notre and their neighbors from surround- for a class of 105 candidates was cretonne; 10 feet of silk cord silk cord; the finish Is a pretty ing States will turn out by the the greatest event since the Knights Dame University. $0.25 brown; prlco only are furnished with this lamp. today and with fair were organized at Salamanca, N. Y. On our Household Club Plan McCarthy, Daniel delivered a thousands record attendance Fiber Reed Rockers built with a AUGUSU PIMMAKY tho monthly payments are Tho turnout of the Knights in 1911 short talk on tho prospective Irish weather a for Douglas Park. Is suro spring supported seat with a 1917 Itoam-e- r, tc be. set payment $2.00; tho llrst the Memorial day parade at Cincinconvention programme at tho meetloosa cushion and back; both Rosebud, Ed Crump and other is ing of Division 4. nati was tho largest seon slnco tho upholstered In tapestry cloth; great horses are entered. Tho full price Is $10.50. Institution of the order In that price $11.00 The quarterly initiation of tho vicinity. Indianapolis Ladies' Auxiliary was WHLCOMK ARRIVAL. Tho decision of Toledo Council to 5 Mission Porch Furniture Chairs as Loiu as $1.90. Settees, Porch a splendid success, a large class being received into the order. The future member of tho A. O. invest $10,000 in liberty loan bonds Tables and Swings to Match at Equally Moderate Prices. Joseph A. Flynn H., who arrived recently, was chrislt-ene- d and march In tho Grand Army MeJames McTlghe, aftor his morial day parade has been greeted was on honored guest of the Covington .Ladlesl Auxiliary when Mrs. father, on Sunday at St. Louis with great acclaim. St. Patrick's school was presented Bertrand's church. Mary McWhorter visited there. a beautiful flag by the Knights of Dunkirk Hibernians have had Forty-Eight- h Legislative District of Kentucky. London, Ohio. When It was run COMMITTEE SELECTIONS. filled out fifty petitions appealing up and unfurled from tho top of a The following section of tho Constitution Is to the President and Congress In polo an able and patriotic Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Everything is now moving in a fifty-foquoted to show that our present Coroner Dr. behalf of home rule for Ireland. systematic way for the orphan pic- address was delivered by Hon. TimSecKills Duncan is not eligible for Division 2 of Syracuse is planINCOMTATIRIjE: No ning for the fclupport of the "Hiber- nic to bo held on July 4 on the othy S. Hbgan. tion 237 ( August Primary 1017 member of Congress, or person holding or exer- nian million dollar fund" to be St. Vincent Home grounds. Follow'ONTAINE KEItltY. ing is a list of the committees and cising an of lice of trust under the Under States raised by nation-wid- e subscription. their Chairmen, who will select their SHALL BE KL1GI1JLK TO HOLD OH Casey offers cabbage assistants: Fontaine Ferry Park, with its Michael OF TRUST OH PHOFlT plants gratis to ANY OFFIQi: many new attractions, has been dothe members of General Chairman Dan T. under this constitution. ing a very successful business and Division 2 of Syracuse. The offer Kecogni.ing the fact of Dr. Duncan's in- was receved with much enthusiasm. Is growing in public favor. An imGrounds Chns. J. O'Connor. eligibility I have announced myself as u candidate portant announcement for many is Big wheel John Coleman. Denver Hibernians stand behind for the Democratic nomination at the primary National President McLaughlin In the opening Dairy lunch Lee Yates. of the big CANDIDATE FOR to be held August 1, 1017. sanitary swimming pool. The MaLinen Mrs. M. J. Parlin. his stand for the liberty of Irejestic Trio will remain another Ice cream W. Duddy. DH. II. E.t MUCIILING. land and the small European naAprons Mrs. J, II. Buschemeyer. week, and ,in the theater Hager and tions. Tickets J. J. Shelley. Walter will headline the bill, with It has been suggested by tho Picn Duck pond J. L. Brownfield. Richard Wheeler and Gertrude nic Committee that if the profits Ready to wear Mrs. C.Sauter. offering a turn of real merit. 1917 August Primary 1917 justify it the national assessment Candy wheel William Silk. Crouch and Carr and the Oxford be paid out of the County Doard Subject to Action of Damocratic Party Country store II. J. Poetter. Trio will round out the excellent treasury. Lighting William Link. programme. The dancing pavilion Son Antonio Hibernians visit reNovelty Miss Margaret Mortal ty. and private hall over the dining gularly the sick soldiors at Fort Disposition of lot E. J. Parker. room are becoming stellar attracCandidate for 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY Sam Houston, where one of the Rustic basket Mrs, Nora 1917 tions, many private parties taking largest army hospitals in the United advantage of the "latter. &. Utility B. J. Campbell. States is located. Grab bag Miss Mattle Weherle. New York Hibernians asslisted at KANSAS CITY TODAY. Buttons Frank Schmlt. the military field mass held Sunday In Brooklyn on the grounds The Louisville ball team will bo NELL DILLON'S BOOK. of the Naval Hospital under the home again today, opening up with SubjoGt to Action of auspices of the Spanish War VetKansas City, a double header being CANDIDATE FOR "Love's Toll," a novel by Nell C. scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. erans. Democratic Party Dillon, of this city, whose aim Is to The" four Western teams are here In Division 10, the newest of the Ladies' Auxiliary iln Minneapolis has uphold tho honor of her race, has order and It Is hoped now that tho from tho selected as one of Its first objectives been issued Publishing press of the Colonels seem to have struck their Broadway S3BE3 r the dedication of a memorial win New York City, ' where Company, stride they will get revenge for the .. To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: reviewers defeats' sustained on tho espedow in tho new church, which and critics have stamped It with ap- cially by tho patched uproad, Paul A Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, St. Father Cleary is building. I do hereby announce my candidacy for the office of story Is a portrayal of aggregation. proval. hope The JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF frl Hibernians' throughout the coun- the love The affairs of two girls, Helen tho owners of these fans clubs that LOUISVILLE, subject to the action of the Democratic party will four try are aslked to help locate Wil- Godfrey and Holen Macay, and will primary, August 4, 1917, and respectfully solicit your sup- liam Greaney, for years an active bo found a piece of fine fiction and accompany thorn and see by the here that there was nothand faithful member of the order word pictures. PMay 1, 1917. ing to blame for the poor business FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS here, who disappeared last month thus far but tho weather. These and has not since been heard from. GOLDEN WEDDING. Western club owners all voted solThe competitive examination for MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE idly to cut down tho implres, break the Ladles' Auxiliary scholarship Mr. and Mm Joseph E. Wuersch off the schedule College at Washington, will tomorrow round out fifty years tional League and with the Internafor Trinity Has been the favorite kind. The quality is even so far -began last Monday, will close today. of happy married life, an event that as to wan to call off the went sea...u uvow uuu uui ionics mc 1110 zairesi. 1; entire four-yeour new Hiena, 2 This scholarship provides a only few live to enjoy. In their son. lbs d men of tho course, with board and tui- honor there will bo a golden jubilee type don't beSpecial Anto Delivery Service. w' tion. high mass at St. Mary's church, long to tho liberal sport of baseball Sunday afternoon, Juno 10, the Eighth and Cedar, at 8 o'clock In their field should be tho loan Minnesota State degree team will tho morning, when the aged couple shark business, enabling them to alupon 200 new mem- will renew their vows In tho pres ways have an ace In tho hole. Louconfer honors Both Phone- - 1323 212 W. Market St. Tho occasion ence or their children and many isville, Columbus, Indianapolis and bers at Minneapolis. in. ESTABLISHED 1885. ono of the most nota- friends. A reception will be held Toledo aro all drawing well and it will bo mado ble In Hibernian activities in the at tho home, 803 West Broadway, Is an injustice that the fans have to suffer because of the few piker Northwest. after C o'clock in the' evening. managers. Meeting In Indianapolis the Coun ty Hoard announced that the Hiber BUILD AT CAMPS. AIIOUT noMis. nians of Marlon county would keep INCORPORATED. to SiH aSaviagi Account with this safe, conservative mid 3 per cent VoBank, to which you can up the duesl of all members who Tho idea now is that the Knights add $1.00 or m are at any time We safety For many just now tho following The same courteous attention given add absolute of $1.00 or the depotitor ofcost 00 ou whatever join or have Joined the United of Columbus continue the wonderful the depositor $10 NINTH AND KENTUCKY. States forces during the war and work they accomplished during the explanation of the difference beRome City 405 JCnmb. Sonth 415 that tho order would pay benefits mobilization of the troons on tho tween registered and coupon bonds both interesttlng and Under the Big Clok to all such members. Mexican border, and erect a tempo- will prove State Gowniaent Supervision Second and Market The Ladles' Auxiliary of Holy rary building on the reservation of Instructive: registered bond is purWhen a Itosary parish of Minneapolis cele- each of tho training camps. It has chased the name and tho address brated their last meeting by a pic been estimated that such a building turesque conferring of the degree can be constructed for about $500. of the holder is registered at tho transfer Where the homo U Where work la quickly work by a team of sixteen young and used for recreation purposes, on these office and when the interest brightest; ladles wearing their new costumes amusement, instruction, and if nec- ering the bonds falls due checks covdone; amount are mailed to all whoro gath- essary, Catholic services insignia. Interest Where the wort U Where cooking seems and was enhanced by in the As soon as tiieso holders of record. ering tho presen- could be held. lightest; A coupon bond when originally isreal fun; tation of a purse to Rev. Father buildings aro completed, they should carries with it coupons cover"Where baking gives de- Shlels, who is about to leave the be furnished and equipped by the sued each interest payment up to the meal 1 Where the funds raised by the organizations of ing city. cooked beat; light; women dn the church. Tho furni- maturity of tho bond. Whon the InWhere the range standi Where drudge is opt of coupon bearing PIAJMDERS AXD GAS FITTERS. ture should be plain but comfort terest is duo, the sight the tost able. Good magazines, the Catholic tho proper date Is detached and de That's where the That's where the papers, stationery, otc, be posited in a bank for collection in At tho regular "Quick aieal" comes "Quick ileal" comet Louisville Plumbers meeting of the found in plenty therein. should tho practically tho same manner as a For and Gas Fitters La, pre la. Should tho Union, at which there was a large training camp at Fort Myor (which check. may forward coupon to across tho fer, ho attendance of members, the follow lies JustAuxiliary the Potomac), Or- tho placo where it Istho Quick Meal Gaa Range. Sold, Initialled and Highly Ileoomnt. xlo4 payable (Into the Ancient ing resolutions were adopted hy un Ladles der of Hibernians in tho District of dicated on the coupon) and receive animous vote: 215 Columbia, plan to furnish tho build a check for return. W. MARKET ST. go Resolved, That this organization ing complete when It is erected. on record, indorsing the Presi FIRST RIGHT WRONG. It is hoped that every Catholic dent of tho United States, tako Resolved, That the duos of all organization in tho church will once. A dispatch to tho London Dally Important matter up at members joining the Colors in de- this camps aro now In training and Telegraph from Rotterdam on Tho fense of our country be paid by no time should bo lost. Wednesday says a new movement mm this organization; and be it further by tho leading Rhineland Catholics, BOTH PHONES 2399 Resolved, That this body purchatte ostensibly designed to renew rela SISTER TID2RESA VINCENT Liberty bonds to the amount of tions between the Gorman and Bel $500. ' service. We are as More than three thousand persons gian Catholics, has brought forth the Oive us a trial for 'first-clas- s Tho resolutions were presented attended tho funeral services of following declaration from Cardinal M. J. BANN8X. close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and P. IANN0N, ., T. H; HERIHEL by Thomas Kelly, ? the business Sister Theresa Vincent, ono of tho Mercler, Primate of Belgium: night! PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Vlrm . ent.ZUwT. ITn.i agent of the union. ft: arcreury. "Catholics over tho frontier who founders of tho New York Foundchauffeur oursoecialtv. Give us a call. ling asylum, at St. Patrick's Catho-dr- havo'not found a single word of dis CONSERVING RESOURCES. last Saturday morning. Solemn approval for those who slaughtered 'requiem mass was celebrated by peoplo in Belgium and shot down Tho great flro prevention cam- BJshop McCort, nephew of the dead rfrlestB these Catholics who for paign inaugurated by the National woman and Auxiliary Bishop of three years have looked on with SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAV. Board of Fire Underwriters has al- Philadelphia. Bishop (Patrick Hayes folded arras at tho martyrdom of. a Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, ready shown gratifying results. delivered the eulogy. "In caso some peoplo now aro singing hymns of BaBnaa's Patent Lidded Piae far Steam Ceaaaits. forgetful-nesPresident BIseeU has appointed official ehould try to brothorllness, peace and Wal! CeP"rf. Drala Tile, Tifeei IrkK, through- take tho credit lrom the work Sister numerous But it is our duty to press , , , m out tho country who are working Vincent did," he said, "let mo quote for the restitution of violated rights, rir rrasui, riae laaiag, jure aricH out extensive plans for providing some statistics. In fifty years punishment for the guilty and for Crate aa Seller Tile, Greaatl Fire Clay, CalmeyT.s. ' flro protection, as distinguished babies passed under her eye and means to make a repetition imposfrom mere Are Indemnity, for all impress. Twenty thousand wero sible. If we did otherwise, we FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. OFPICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON elevators, flour mills, potato and placed in happy homes. Ten thou would be sharing in the guilt for tho FREE SERVICE. onion warehouses, and other food sand children were returned to their misdeeds of our enemies. The hour . HOME PHONES Cltr OU.MB. MAIN 807. repositories la the United States. mothers when they were able to for the exercise of mercy can only X WORKS -- tatbaadBreck. asdMazaella Ava.., Sat.. ow The successful fruits of this cam- care for .thorn. Some of the boys strike when wrong has been righted .. w .w.. paign should preserve the living for are now Vice Presidents of banks and when contrition is shown and penance is accepted." 1101-unnumbered thousands whose food and United States Senators." BAST BROAD WAT. We Xllve and Redeem Surety Coupons. twin crrr league. STATE SENATOR PORCH I FURNITURE j ! That Gives Summer Comfort Allen E. Smith for ' ber-tlre- . j County Assessor - 24-In- I .i 20-in- ch AD0LPH SCHMITT VaBBBBBBBBBBBam. hill-shap- ed two-sock- et - TAX RECEIVER $1-0- 5 JAMES D. HEADLEY v Vicar-Gener- al NOTICE TO VOTERS. LEGISLATOR ui FOR ot K.YKK-CIS- K Mur-Ph- y. P. S. RAY Do-la- County Clerk RUSSELL GAINES gl'&WW4:.iWtii ,ftw CHAS. C. WHEELER X-r- County Surveyor COUNTY JUDGE THOS. E. HALL ...GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FA.VORITUJS FOR HOME USB. High in Heat. Low Ash. ar Close-fiste- 2 z 65c JOHN M. MULLOY -- S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNY - ojxn ior,3LVA.ifc.. Sixty-on- e year-ol- d GERMAN INSURANCE BANK BE SURE TO CALL FOR Tpi&ii bond-hold- er McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Autos and Taxis For Hire . H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.: "t""11"" .................. nt.tnn..... fijiiir al IP. BANNON PIPE CO. cold-heart- ed e. 66,-0- 00 573-178- 6. iniiiininnMiuiiiiiiiiMiiiinMiUHitiiiiMttt ,. .,i .n.