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BARKER KENTUCKY NO. 23. off sh American young men oft lie church, who are of military .and able to fight, rice, either In the enlist in the New Albany ralry troop or in h of the army or 'some other hi navy. ere asked to sub- Other scribe for Lil loan bonds to the extent of tfrl means. He said ,where none of tho that in famll too buy even the members are (loan bond members smallest Lib of the famllyP uld go lu together ana tnus em their patriotism by buying a bondft Intly. SCREENS Dow Wiri Will Protect Tea t Htit br Iron Works VOLUME XXXVHI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1917. FRICI MVE CENTS. - Woe to him who Would- sow tares of discord in tho fair field of the Sheriff's contest the Church of America l Woe to hlin candidate would bo left at the Post. who would breed dissensions among There are men In the Sheriff's office the leaders of Israel by Introducing who would have made stronger a spirit of nationalism into the camps of the Lord!candidates and these same men with Brothers we Ground For Suspecting tho Good are and brothers we shall remain. All Classes Mourn. the Death of Machine Loaders Drop Maas Bc all of their strength and popularity Catholics Must Awake to Their are having a hard time advancing 'God and our country!' This Is ' Faitji of Any British cnuso Duty to Our Soldier tho Archbishop of Melour watchword. Next to love ot the claims of McNally. God should, be love of country. Let Gen. Haldeman and his friends Proposal Sentiment. Forces. s bourne. us glory In the title of American went at it like beavers this past citizen. To one countpy we owe alweek to advance the claims ' nf legiance, and that country Is AmerCounty Judge Greene for ica. We must be In harmony, with but Treated With Contemptuous Its political IMaas Clubs Protesting niid Men tlon, they to an outsider It appears Protestant Church Work For STRIIU CONTRAST. institutions. It matters St. Patrick's Consecrated Cath that made their move too late Disregard Solemn EnactAncestry Sore of Germnn not whether tins is the land of our the Army Is Left to tho edral His Ecclesiastical and Loralne Mix and Squire Charley Special Corre ence: birth or adoption. It is the land- - of Wheeler have a long lead. Russell ment of Parliament. V. M.C. A. at Machine. Monument. our destiny." 5. A striking Cincinnati, fJ Gaines is putting in some good ilayed here today contrast was! licks for County Surveyor and SAYS FIRST MASS. when all cltto were to show their seems! to havo the support of many Candidate For 6f the leaders. an Thomas E. Hall is Small Plin.sc of tho Problems real American n, The people who Lot Convention Proposition Be The Rev, Elmer RItter, son of Most Itev. Dr. Carr Was Born making quite active canvass for are always coi icuoutf at patriotic Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas RItter, of Treated With Utmost Brought On foy the Shorlff Being Forced On tho Police Court Judge nomination. at Moylough, County celebrations ikwj iea of peace were New Albany, who was ordained to Joe Ludwlg and Senator McNutt Dignity. War. the Voters. Gnlwny. not sodemosaptlve In answering the priesthood at St. Meinrad Semottend every club meeting in adinary' latft week, celebrated his first tho country's" 'tsll. By order of vancement of their claims for Archbishop Miller all Catholic mass at St. Mary's church In Nm.v County Commissioner. Many think Albany Sunday moraine. Thn nv. church and schejil bells In the arch(he Bailiff's race has narrowed RACES down to Mike McDormott, Harry NEEDS SPIRITUAL MINISTRATION diocese pealed flkth for ten minutes UNITED STATES BEST FRIEND George Borrles, former associate ACHIEVED MAGNIFICENT WORK SOME LIVELY LOCAL on tho opening iff registration. Tho recior ot at. 'Mary's parish, served Leachman and Fred Heffernan, all same conditioner prevailed on tho as arch priest. The Rer. Bernard of whom are certainly mixing three Kentucky side tho river, under Sheridan, of St. Aueuntlnn nhnrpli with the voters. The AH orders of BteSep Brossart. In the light of experience and in Jeffersonvllle, served as deacon, We but recently drew attention communicants .fml The late Dr. Carr, Archblsfiiop of The local Republicans are just contest for Magistrate In the Eighth the Catholic and the Venerable Frater npw embroiled in a row that threat-en- s Magisterial district 1st attracting to the fact that the Government church were requested to attend history, Ireland's friends have much Enslincer. of St. Meinrad Lambert Melbourne, Australia, was born at' Ahhnv. given" official recognition to a great deal the good Served ns subdeacon. The Rev. Moylough, County Galway, in 1839. to split the party wide open, quite Nlsbet, "Bob" of attention, Al hasM. C. A. as a welfare agency the mass and oner up their prayers for ground for sjuspecting for mo guiaanco on.our I'resment ana faith of any "proposal Hesslon, Squire Y. bert and ever since the announcement Adams and John Watson all claim- the military forces of tho country. officers of State and for tho success deal coming from the of a sauare James Malonev. of LouIbvHIb. nrA. entered St. Jarlath's Colloge, Tuam, British Gov sided as master that Undertaker John Maas Is to.be ing to be a winner. m A very interesting and significant and protection f our army and ernment. The suspended homo rule me ev. William of ceremonies, and iu oo, auu he j.8oy went to as the Mayoralty stooved aside where won a F. Seibortz, rector sequel to this is an Item appearing navy. Catholic clergy and laymen measure (to. become effective "after of St. Mary's parish, delivered the Dunboyno Establishment.place In the Mayor Orlnsttead choice for former enOrdained in the St. Louis were complimented by SACRED HEART ACADEMY. tho war" when England may post- - sermon. The Rev. Father Rittor In 1866, ho served in Westport indignation there has been much titled "Protestant Church Work for people of all deneminatlons on their Bioiy have no jurisdiction over tho and among the rank and file of the at St. Tuam, and in 1869 was appointed of patriotism, and espe- matter) Is in Itself a standing im- and his attendants met The annual meeting of the Alum- Army left to Y. M. C. A." The ac Mary's rectory and went In a body professor at St. Jarlath's. In 1872 party, especially because of the nae of Sacred Heart Academy was count goes on to relate that at a cially their good J work in tho cause peachment of the perfidy and In- to ho dethronement. held on June 3, and it is marked as meeting of tho Evangelical Alliance, oi uie neu vjTom. reason for Maas consistency of the alleged champion lis the church, which was packed to andwas called to Maynooth as Dean, capacity. three years later was appointed Hero Is the situation as explained on of the most largely attended held in St. Louis, a resolution inFather RItter The first rnan arrested In Ohio on ot the rights of the smaller nations. gavefullest blessing professor by a prominent local Republican: meetings in the history of the asso- troduced by Rev. Dr. H. Holton the charge of treason was Harry E. hid dogmatic The Germans were subjected to the gregation, after to the vast con- theology. of moral and was apMessrs. Chilton and Searcy, the ciation. The day was ideal in every was adopted, entrusting "all Prot Towrisloy, of Colfunbus. which souvenir In 1880 he "Brother" powers that be in local Republican detail, and tho newly initiated mem- estant religious work in St. Louis Townsloy is Master Custodian of denunciation of the civilized world, cards were passed by tho ushers. pointed Vice President of the coland deservedly so, because they The church was decorated for tho lege, and in the same year became circles, had early In the game se- bers and the old girls of years ago and vicinity for tho regular army Lincoln Court, Qikrdians of Liberty. treated the Belgian treaty as a mere Occasion and the choir tinner nnnrlnl editor of the Irish Ecclesiastical lected Maasl to head the ticket be- expressed their satisfaction in tho and tho naval recruits" to tho Y. D"elcrap of paper." The British Min- music. M. C. A. Dr. Holton iin introducing Many visiting priests were Record. "Among his contemporaries cause of his strength with the Axton successful programme. istry has treated with he same present, wing of the party, though he was atner HAVE SERIOUS TASK. Tho seniors of '17 used their tact his resolution said that if "some contemptuous disregard the solemn with his parents) iiitter will, remain at Maynooth wore Cardinal Logue, not a favorite with the for another week, tho Most Dr. Walsh and the and ingenuity and patriotism in tho Christian strategy were not used enactment of Parliament, made after which hft will rprplvn nn na. Most Rev. Rev. Healy. Republicans, who decoration of the banquet table, in there might bo difficulty with enDr. The always conservative Truo after months of discussion and ex- slgnment from his Bishop. In 1883 he was consecrated preferred a business man of their the middle of which was a miniature thusiastic people who would ask Voice points out the fact that independent gradually we are learning to ap- haustive deliberation, and which reBishop of Galway by Dr. McEvlliy, own choosing and one that stood liborty bell, elevated on a grass tho ministers to do sulted in the almost Complete emas, ORPHANS' PICNIC. his predecessor Jn the see, who had better with the elite of the Repub- mound over which waved the Amer- work in tho camps." Which sug- preciate the magnitude of tho task culation of the plan of government. question of that we have undertaken in going been translated to the Archbishopric, lican party. But as the story goes, ican flag. The American eagle and gests the pertinent even if this shadow of Preparations for the Fourth of of Tuam on tho deatn of the famous Chilton and Searcy, being supremo the red, white and blue wore every- whether or not this is tending to- to war. It Is now generally under- But were allowed to be cast on July picnic wards setting up, on tho part of th6 stood that the United States must to be held at the Archbishop McHale. because of their hold on the ma- where in prominence. . Ho paid his chinery, pasbed the word that It After tho banquet, at which Rev- Government and of tho Protestant save tho Allies ffom defeat. That Ireland tho present situation would grounds of St. Vincent's are being first ad llmfna visit to Rome in Maas for Mayor and told erend Mother Angela presided, the churches, a monopoly of welfare this may take from three to five have not been so embarrassing, In conducted principally by the Cath 1885, and the following year was would be work Archbishop the boys to organize their little Alumnae and their teachers of other tinctly for an organization of dis- years to acpompllsji Is now tho basis that it would not have left room olic Orphan Society, although many appointed of Mel sectarian type. accompanied by Reverend Maas clubs and get out their Maas days, pro- for the objection to the proposed outside or this organization aro bourne. Ho received When thus confronted wltb the of all calculations" on tothe war convention now so frequently heard. aiding in the worje. From presbnt from tho hands of Leo the pallium Mother Angela and Sister M. Jobuttons. gramme, according information XIII. His The Seeing that Chilton and Searcy seph, present directress, of the Acad- active preparations and interest ot forthcoming from a high official pose objectors may well say: Sup- inaications the observance of Inde- reception in Melbourne was we can not but wona scheme , of pendence day In Louisville this year one worthy of a Governor would not listen to their claims the emy, strolled over to tho new conThe collapse of Russia in turn shall havo to source. the new other faction in the Republican vent. Never was there a happier der what wesurely there are needs alone asl a military factor is, is evolved byconced3lon3 convention will be memorable, for the reason ot tho State. During hlsl long offer, For pacifi that all of the Catholics of the city tenure of the seo he never failed to after mutual and party then tried another tack and gathering of the Sacred Heart Alumfor us reckoned as equivalent to a two guarantee Is It seems that they have accom- nae. One only shadow fell on tho enough and means sufficient towards years' prolongation of the conflict cations, what shall be adoptedthere will join In one grand effort to do uphold by voice and pen the claims-o- f to contribute our due share that tho same' and a great charity as well as to ob plished their purpose in sidetrack- way; it was the unavoidable ab the forces of It Germany is to bo vanquished, Ireland to self government. e work. by ing Maas, but it had left an awful sence of a few. of the members. While our boys should be provided It would be difficult to estimate Is This convinced enacted must the British Parliament, serve the day patriotically. 'President Wilson finally pass upon it was strongly brought to the atten- the magnificent work which he row on their hands, Their plan After making tho round of the with all tho comforts and bodily that the British and French will which before it This tion of those assembled at Knights achieved for the church and eduwas this: Under the cover of pa- building the Sisters and girls re- helps compatible with be able to stand their ground until argument becomes effective? Is being used with some turned triotism they attacked Maas because a few to tho Academy, and after military life, and while the United States can get in with force to dissuade the people of Ire- ot Columbus Hall on Monday night cation In Australia. Churches and moments of rest they were when the Catholic Orphan Society schools have sprung up with reof his German blood and said that men 1,000,000 or 2,opo,000 summond to the business meetinsr. there Is a large and very urgent help rpll tho Germans back to and land from participation In the con- met Tho Rev, George W. Schuh-man- markable rapidity, and many combecause of the war no German or Tbo results of the the election show: need of providing them with proper Rhine. That will, not bo this year vention, and the oujy answer that n could hope to win Chancellor ot the diocese munities were introduced from Irefacilities of all manner of social enKrebs, been hatrellance ia the November election;- - that tho Mrs, Adelaide Bostte C. Bosler,Presi- tertainment and sport, we must not and possibly not'iiext year, for the has! placedmada la the pledges must and one of the representatives of land, France and various parts of dent; Miss Margaret upon Vice be made the Bishop, called the attention of the Commonwealth. voters would boycott the whole Re- President; Mrs. expect to by Eva Walter Ecker. for all that overlook the greater administration does not the British Premier In present- tho ' asf.lemblage of more than 200 He was a skilled administrator, a publican ticket because of Its Ger- Treasurer; Issue. American Miss Clara O'Connell, organizeOur Catholic societies should have more than 500,000 beginning ing the matter to Parliament. Ho ladles and gentlemen to the fact man of long vision, tactful, the Secretnry. conman leader, and furthermore an effective system of soldiers in France by the During tho meeting the Republican powers that be were pupils minlstorlng to the spiritual needs of the spring operations in 1918, It stated: a substantial agreement Is that Individual effort was the main ciliator' and yet tenacious of prinwaited outside tho hall with "If lven to understand that the bon cameras to meet orphanages. ciple. His greatest work perhaps however, plan to pour 1,000,-00- 0 reached regarding the character, tho thing In maintaining the girls before and safety of our men. They Bhould does, mon ton Republicans here, who aro into France next year and scope of the constitution framed by The meeting was presided over by In Australia was tho complete pro- they dispersed. May the picture be see to it that after an adequate would not con- true to tho group! the President, Daniel F. "Murphy, Vision for primary and secondary Time passed number of chaplains has been se- another 1,000,000 the following tribute a cent to the campaign If rapidly and soon, the bell called the cured they have at their disposal year, if the war continues that long. the convention, the Government will and was opened with prayer by the education ana the completion ot St. take the necessary steps to enable Rev. Father Schuhmann and closed Patrick's Cathedral. In 1916 tho headed the girls to tho chapel, where Rev. the means necessary to carry on efMaas, the German, Although administration officials ticket, and In addition would not Father Volk mado a short discourse fective spiritual ministration, that confess the anxiety with which they the Imperial Parliament to give with a benediction by the Rev. crown was placed on his work by lend their aid to the Republican and where tho Sacramental Savior these spiritual ministrations be sup- await the revelation of Germany's legislative effect thereto. The con- Father Melody. There were encour- the provision for university educaticket in November. This defl ac- waited to complete the happiness of plemented by such Organized activ- power to deal a mortal blow to vention will be held with closed aging reports from various commit- tion in the Catholic College on the complished Us purpose and Chilton the day by giving his blessing to ities as will afford suitable pleas- France before the United States can doors." tees. There will bo another meet- university grounds. The entente The convention, tfald the Premier, ing of tho committee on next Mon- cordlale between His! Grace and and Searcy have been forced to Alma Mater's daughters before their ure, recreation and sociability with- get in, they assert that there is a would be of the withdraw Maas simply because of departure. The Benediction of the out danger to faith or morals. perfect understanding with tho Al- governing representativechurches, local day evening at Knights of Columbus members of other churches was bodies, the tho Hall and President Murphy urges a unique. name and ancestry, Blessed Sacrament, followed by a The protection of our soldiers lies on this matter. This under his German In 1916 His Grace celebrated his and accept Grlnstead, who lias grand chorus of Holy God, which from the very serious . moral dan- standing is that the British and trade unions and commercial and large a'ttendanee from tho golden sacredbtal jubilee. With 'his never been Identified with the alms sounded like one strong, rich voice, gers, with their- attendant menace French will expend every ounce of educational interests. This of course of each parish. of physical infection and ruin, opens their available resources to hold Is to be regarded as a rough draft and purposes of the Chilton and was the climax of a happy day. usual he declined any a very grateful field for enlightened Hlndenburg In check this) year and ot the proposition. It Is to be expublic celebration of that auspicious Searcy faction. BISHOP OF DULUTn. and active work. Instruction in tho that next year the United States pected, that If the Government is day for tho church in Victoria. His But this turn of affairs! did not ORDINATION CEREMONIES. need of extreme care and ot as- will take over a large section of the thoroughly sincere, more specific silver episcopal jubilee was tho ocend tho row. While Chjlton and Rev. The guarantees Efhall be Bishop RightDuluth,James McGoIrick, casion of enthusiastic celebrations strong for western front. Those who thought and adequate Searcy were forced to withdraw who will celeOn Tuesday morning, June 19, serting a of unable to Bishop O'Donaghue will ordain to the preservation of personal purity the tremendous struggle would be forthcoming before the convention brate the fiftieth anniversary of his at Melbourne, on which occasion he Maas, they have been placate their Immediate followers, tho holy priesthood Rev. Francis J. Is very much to bo recommended in over before our country would be Is called. These pledges will bo ordination to tho priesthood on made a striking speech with regard many of whom are Germans and Martin, of St. John's parish. The view of tho fact that reliable au- called upon to do its part will now treated as the most solemn obliga- June 20, was born in Tlpperary, to Catholioeducatlon in Australia. and they are ceremonies will take place at St. thorities point out that army life is havo to revise their opinions. We tions that men or parties can as- Ireland, May 1, 1841, of a family It was due to His Grace's energy loud in their protects, saying that Mary Magdalen's church, Brook peculiarly exposed to dangers from have gone into the war not fully sume. Under all tho circumstances Illustrious for scholarship. He was that St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melthey will have Maas or nothing. street, at 9 o'clock. All his friends immorality. We should bo alert to realizing how serious "was the step therefore it is fair to assumo and educated at All Hallows College, bourne, one of the finest ecclesiastiThe Parkland Maas Club met Tues- and acquaintances are invited- to be opportunities, not only of arming we were taking. Now that the act upon their good faith. The body Dublin.where he was ordained priest cal monuments in Australia, was young men against immorality, day evening with 100 members present. Francis J. Martin was our worstt is known tho determination of civilized nations! is a witness to on June 11, 1867. Ho came to the consecrated in 1897, the whole of present and a resolution was passted born in Louisville in 1889, and is but of providing them with such to carry tho war through to a suc- attest tho sacredness of tho agree- United States and was appointed the cost, $1,250,000, having been unanimously reaffirming its support the son. of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mar- things as will help them to combat cessful conclusion at whatever cost ment. More especially the United assistant pastor of tho Cathedral of raised by his people. On that occadanger. Providing our men States sits as best friend to Ireland St. Paul, and a year later was or- sion his people wished to present of Maas, many of tho members tin, 408 East Chestnut street After the suitable reading matter for the must take the place of tho short- to see that tho agreement is put dered by Bishop Grace to found a him with 7i substantial proof of aylng that it didn't savor of fair finishing at St. John's parochial with moments we indulged of leisure, sooner or sighted optimism that parish da Minnepolls, then but a vil- their affection, but he turned their tnto execution. to arouse school he was employed in the local many play and "was field life, so freely heretofore. The sacrifice The Germans are not the only lage with only two churches. Here to tho Cathedral Hall, which race prejudice In tho Republican freight offljee of the L. & N. railroad later to he had in camp or of la a very useful method moral we must make will be enormous. ones who have disregarded treaties he built a temporary wooden struc- efforta debt of some f 40,000. This had ranks. Tho East End Maas Club at Ninth and Broadway. In the fall prophylaxis. For In keeping their But there can be no looking back followed stult and an officer of that of 1907 he entered St. Charles Col- minds on wholesome and useful ob- now. All the resources of the coun- and stolemn compacts, in the past, ture, and later the Church of tho his people paid off and presented Ho also him with the deeds. organization, said that the members lege, Elllcott City, Maryland. Grad- jects,, the dangers arising from Idle- try in men and money must be at as the Irish people well know. Immaculate Conception. many other buildings, innow a good time Archbishop Carr visited Ireland were opposed to the plan to uating thence in 1912, he entered ness and ennui are greatly the disposal of the Government in Nevertheless some ofis tho happenings erected St. Mary's Hospital. On lessened. cluding to overlook for St, Mary's Seminary, where he purgive Maas the .nomination in 1908 and 1909, when he was. This is but a very small phase this world crisis. which have embittered the harrow- December 27', 1889, ho was conse- taken ill, on which occasion he gave. County Clerk as a consolation sued hla. higher studies. The young of the problems brought on by the of Duluth. Tho $100 to the poor of Galway. In a ing past. It Is well to remember crated Bishop prize, that his friends thought he priest will celebrate his first solemn war. duty is bv no means COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. Our strength has but not to recall these things at Bishop good been a tower of hie epis- touching address before he left Irehad earned the right to, the Mayor- mass at the Church of Saint John limited to the soldiers in camp or causes during to all the present time. It is only by copate. alty nomination and should have the Evangelist, Clay and Walnut in the field or In the trenches. With he said, "My countrymen came Presentation Academy will hold He has promoted coloniza land slavery that the chasm the It. To both Democrats and Repub- streets, on Sunday, June 24, at 10 tle prudent ht of charity we its commencement exercises Monday mutual concessions countries can be tion, has erected the new uatnearai, here when rattlingchains, of mangled a. m. on the licans It. does seem unfair to sidemust even now set ourselves to de morning In the Academy hall, com- separating the two an academy, the Catholic Orphan wore still their motherland. Angels track Maas because of hlal nationvise means of salvaging those who, mencing at 10 o'clock. The pro- successfully bridged. and point of Asylum, assembly halls, club rooms, limbs of they were, who not only Conceding the force PROPER SPHUT. ality, and this is in direct opposionce the actual toll ot war is gramme will be one of exceptional churchee, of faith five tion to President Wilson's plea for gathered from our ranks, will merit and will attract a large at their arguments, we are inclined and hospitals and various Catholic laid the foundations of the church Is the founder of the Monday night over 200 members come home crippled and maimed. still, fairness to our German and and Academy is nevertheless to advise these objectLoan Association. Ad broad liandeddeep, but, better tradicltlaens who are and friends of the Columbia Athletic We can prepare to school these men tendance. Presentation Kentucky's ors to be prudent and considerate in Buildingannoel down to us a have recognised as one of proving, themselves to be loyal sup- Club were given a royal entertain- In trades suitable to the partial in- greatest educational institutions and the use ot their weapon Let them multos tional generosity and a spirit of porters of this great republic and ment by the Frank Fehr Brewing capacity which Is theirs. By doing from Its walls have been graduated not be guilty of the narrowness and which lift the CathWALSH'S LECTURE. DIt. Company at its rathskeller on Fehr so we can save many a man from unapproachable Americana! first. bigotry which unhappily have charolic body to an many the leading women of the Lest we forget. The Herald last avenue. Addressee were made and pauperism! and can prevent our South. of This year the following acterised their countrymen of a few Dr. James J. Walsto, of New York eminence among tho Christian deall joined in singing the "Star streets and boulevards frorh. becomop Sunday contained a fulsome eulogy young ladles will receive diplomas: northern counties. Here is an are City, a writer of national reputa- nominations." portunity to show that they of William Purcell Dennis Haly Spangled Banner," assisted by sev- ing the unsightly While in Ireland he addressed rendesvouz of eral professional singers who vol- maimed soldiers begging a liveli- Misses Dorothy Fegenbush, Edna Imbued with the opposite qualities tion and leading member of the the annual meeting of the Catbolio what an awful drop to Percy) by unteered Knights of Columbus,, will lecture at for the occasion. During hood. Schools for convalescent sol- Ffelfer, Mary Rose Henry, Eileen liberality, tolerance, Macauley's Theater tomorrow even- Truth Society, the members of Daniel E. O'Sullivan, Haly's close those of H, Let the ing under the auspices of the which he edified with the account friend, and we only wish to call the banquet Chairman W. by Dennis diers have formed a large part ot Kehrer, AlWna Martineck, Lucille equality and fraternity, Cavanaugh, Josephine Co- Catholic charity's read resolutions adopted ' to O'Connor, the contribution ia proposition be treatea attention to it as in line with our lumbia Athletic Club, 'many of whose of Margaret Brown, Marie Sebaefer, convention dignity and .importance Knights of Columbus, his atubject of the progress 1908 the churchpart effective patriotic service Gerwarning that if the he took In members are of German extrac- many and in Montreal and In Lucille Dant, Ruth Donnelly, Mary with thedeserves. America and the to be "Shakespeare Then, and Now." Melbourne. Quebec, Lonregime should get a tion, it support to Everin, Helen Ooomes, Alma Bomar. which nations of the world can be There will be no admission charged in the Eucharlstlc Congress ia foothold in Louisville politics and Stars pledging loyal placing on the Canada. Evelyn Snyder, Lorlne Kolb and other upon to see Stripes; and the lecture is free to all, mem- don. the It will not do for us to remain Florence Pitt. then control Dan O'Sullivan would honor and all who may be accepted that its judg- bers of the council being urged to relied supine, when all be our Democratic City and County for theroll ments are faithfully and rigidly Invite their PRIEST FIFTY YEAR, army and navy, exempt from are aetir not only about us others friends, in "doing their Chairman and the committee would all dues and assessments, and enexecuted. for whom reserved seats can be seWALSn BISHOP'S GUEST. dk, out in reaping tfee presage i be composed of prohibitionists and titled to all benefits during their have been Great preparations cured from the Entertainment Comsuiting from such service. ma- service, and fanatics. The GLORY IN TTTLH. also tendering the. use mittee in charge George H.. Naber, made by the members of St. PatOur Attorney Tom Walsh has C. B. of C. V. chine is paving the way for that of the club, 621 East St. Catherine rick's parish for the golden jubilee Thomas Walsh and Robert Wulf. been making a Western trip, and foothold and control by support of street, for any purpose that may The war has brought into strong celebration of the anniversary ot of his visit to Little Rock the APPBALBD TO PATRIOTS. McNally .for Sheriff, and money and serve to aid In the present cause. relief the real proportions of perRELATED TO CARROLL. the ordination of the pastor, the Southern Guardian says: haps the chief public service percoercion are the two chief charac- This is another exhibition of the Rev. James P. Magee, next Wednes"Thomas W, Walsh, a prominent formed by Cardinal Gibbons his The Rer. Charles Corran, pastor attorney teristics of that campaign. To 'be- proper spirK by our Catholic young of LoutsyiUe. is the guest 'Sister Mary Agnesi, of Mount D day. It rarely happens that a gin with, m everyone knows, Mc- men, who are always loyal to God of Holy Trinity church, New Al- of the Hight Her. Bishop Morris. long .fight for "AmerioanUm" in the Sales Academy and Convent at clergyman in full possession of his bany, in his sermon last Sunday organisation of the Oathollo church Nally is practically unknown In and country. morning, urged the members of his Mr. Walsh speaks1 well of Little In this country. ,One of the strik- Catonsrllle, Md.,' has received a health and his faculties has a record to Democratic cirelea and known service beof congregation to be patriotic to Rock and of the New Little Rock ing instances was when-th- e Cardinal cablegrama. from her ntsister, Miss of fifty years thatactive Patrick's is tvir In pttblks life, yet simply Rome, an hind him, so PARKNTS INVTTBD. 'WT.vIh St. show their patriotism by subaortb-in-g College. Pulaski Heights', he says, went to Milwaukee in 1891 to conHa is the secause of death in It was On for Liberty loan bonds, by en- is something for Catholics and fer the pallium upon Archbishop nouncing theRlfor TnunhBelgium nf justly proud.Fattier Magee June 14, lection Democrats here are sup1iqJk alatar Mirk, This, has, been examination week listing in the army to fight for their was or1S67, that of Arkansas to be proud of." Katzer. After saying that the Cathposed to accept him blindly, and at Sacred Heart Acdmy sixty- - dained, but on account of that date and country and to aid in every way olic Church was, a family derived the Carmelite order, She was the present force of Deputy Sheriffs showed the fruits of a well spent that they could during the war. He WOkHN AND WASTH. being Flag day the jubilee will be from many nations, yet that its four years old ana naa ofneen and city and county employes have year. Tomorrow afternoon at 8 declared that this is not a riot a cen- held on the day preceding. Father hierarchy in America was as united Brussels about a quarter been coerced into support of that o'eloek will follow the musical to be man's war, but that K is a war Secretary of the Interior Lane and compact as any in Christendom, tury. Sister Joseph Maria was a Magee Decerns pastor of St. Pat cause, The Evening Post told the given by the pupils of the prepara- - ot the people, a fialtt democracy descendant of Charles' Carroll, of rick's nearly half a century ago that the women ot this exclaimed: other day how perfectly proper it iory department or musie, to Which and Chrlstnanity, and for ho want- declares waste enough, foedstutf la he "Woe to hhn, my brethren, who Carrollton, and was a native of country suburb celled Oeddes, and under was for the Democratic Committee the parents and friends of tte pu- ed no slackers in his that owned his ministration It has become one congregation. one week to feed the Belgians for would destroy or iaVpUr the blessed riainiMvIlls.- - JTsr to keep bands pils are cordially invited. and administration Father Corran urged that the one year. ' hamooy that reigns MBoagt usl I what is now the site of Oaiootrille. of the largest 1 trracuee. REPUBLICAN if that same advice went in the Haly-Beckha- m in the County Judge's race, and OUR BIT IRELAND AUSTRALIA - -J IHaly-Bcckha- m four-corner- ed -- May-noot- h, -- Globe-Democr- at fair-mind- ed out-bur- st I - Heyburn-Belknap-Bull- ltt soldier-welfar- ed n, Tlerman-America- . h, repre-filontatlv- es - self-deni- al - no German-American- s, - . far-sig- German- -American self-sacrifi- ce Haly-Beckha- m non-Cathol- io Haly-Beckha- m vir-vin- Haly-Beckha- m eiti-se- ns n ' In-th- e aete JSiib.M , 4 .V&'JuJ H--- - & ,e&" KENTUCKY XISXX 18-19-- i s.r -- aJMOBSRIO-AJN:. rflsV &JK ...: KPTUGKY IRISH MERIGfiN. PUBLISHED RVKRY SATURDAY. .fcy4s ie h aUMml A4tmmhmm4 t kWi Aawrksas a Capitis Hmi MMa? Iadess4 h? Aess Osder e Hftwslssa, M. Seeiei KMNTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN PnlMTINQ nmmiTTt9ti ! ritrCK, tfc tm dollar p COIwmW, fttalMre ybar stools copy r M. tNmi aM CmimIhIIhi ts OWTWft?, MNH 0tvenMWi,imwt UWKAN,IZI Wwt 8mt CTgAPES fftffff) COUNCJ; fr L1I1YIDL,-K- Y SATURDAY. JUNE. 9, 1917 ever," he added, "but under, tho inspiration of our religion to show In every Catholic church in this what kind of Americans we are." diocese last Sunday as well as throughout the country an earnest MOKE THAN EVER. plea was made for support of the The devotion to tho Sacred Heart Liberty bonds and aid in the draft is especially emphasized in the registration. Now for the contrast. beautiful month of June. This Juno Rev. John G. Stllll, pasltor of St. sinJohn's Evangelical church, preached we should be more .devotedly cere than ever before, if such a Sunday night on "Peace, Prayers and War Bonds" to an audience state of fervor could bo realized, NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT many of whom were opposed to the and esepclally beg the influence of selective draft. Among othor things the Sacred Heart toward bringing peace. Prayer has accomBtlllt said "Christ would not buy a about plished many wonderful deeds, as Liberty bond" and that he "was opposed to the military draft," and many as ever accomplished by forco advised his hearers that if they of armsl and whllo patriotism registered to also "make the regis- claims our faithful loyalty there is asking trar put down their objection to no disloyalty in peace. the merciful God to give us military compulsbry service." Preacher Stilli is tho favorite orator HUT LITTLE USE. of the Junior Order and A. P. A. societies here and in times of peace What is the use of more talk, was delivering patriotic Fourth of more bills, more reports in the matJuly sermons at Central Park, and ter -- of Ireland's demand for home following the fraternal rule? asks the Catholic Columbian. Miss Annio Glover. CHURCH PROCESSION. "parade promoted by our peace pa- Why hold another convention? The Miss Helen Blanford 'has returned triots here he was. the leading or people have spoken. The law has Tho feast of Corpus. Christ!, TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS ator in with a patriotic been enacted. Why not put the from Bardstown, where she visited which fell on Thursday of this Mrs. Ellen Coomcs, week, will be celebrated at St. harangue. Concerning SllllI the law into operation? Another conBertrand's church tomorrow Louisville Herald says: vention means more discussion, Mdss Mary Dougherty had for a Louis morning high mass visitor Miss Mary E. Car- at 10:30 with a sblemn more delay, more postponement, week-en- d "A fool should be answered ac o'clock and procession of roll, of Pewee Valley. Mrding to his folly and if we mist- - more promises. the Blessed Sacrament, in which the men take not there are Federal author! Miss Edith Callahan is home take of the Holy Name Society will part. From Paris comes news thai "his from New York, where she spent ties with power to put an end to collaborators styled him themselves the winter studying art. such outbursts." ANNUAL RETREAT. of the American We disagree with the Herald, 'the godfather Miss Margaret Cahlll had as a " This meansl tho Frenchman, rocont Sunday guest Miss Marie The annual retreat of tho pupils SUUi is not a fool; he is endeavor- army.' 1917 Primary AngHit 4 of Sacred Heart Academy was diing to keep his A. P. A. followers Gen. Joffre. This stuff should Blanford, of Middletown. rected by Very Rev, Clotus Brady, from having to go to war, and if sicken our men. Americans should .pHum with impressive Miss Corinno Mazzon.1 left Satur- C. P. It opened three days our army. anyone must go to war let the father and godfather of im day foe, a visit of several weeks services and after and examination pressive prayor Catholics and citizens who believe Then betrayal will not come upon with friends in Cincinnati. camei to a close with the usual final In religious liberty go to the front. our cause. days. Mrs. Mary Boso Bowling visited ceremonies of such hallowed CANDIDATE FOR Btllll and his crew's idea of patriotWhy does not the mighty English Mr, and Mrs. Winfred'Mahoney and COMMENCEMENT DAY. ism is to give a Bible and flag to fleet lead the way and destroy the other relatives at New Haven last a new school. week. .day at Sacred Commencement submarine menace? Does her- - men Academy ' wilU. bo next AVllliam R. McGarrltty left Sun- Heart lack tho nerve and want this work PROTECT THE OHILDUEX. when the folday for Washington to spend the Wednesday, June 13, will Sabjeet to the Aetfea of the DemoeJatle Party also placed upon Uncle Sam? lowing young ladles bo graduweek and attend the Confederate An effort Is being made to susated: Misses Jeanne F. Bulleit, reunion. pend the Federal child labor law None should neglect the special Otillla E. Hubbuch, Mary L. 1917 AUGUSD PRIMARY 191X Frances Van Natta, Otitic during the war on the plea that the services for peace which His HoliMIbs Rosella Hund spent several days last week as the guest of Mr. Wathen, all of Kentucky; Gladys J. children will be needed in the mills ness Pope Benedict calls for during e Jersey, and Harjorle CANDIDATE FOR' and Mrs. E. G. Buckert in South McLin, New New to take the place of tho soldiers. June, M. Baruch, York. Louisville. CITY TREASURER This is, in the view of the Toledo SAFETY AGAINST MISERY. Record, an insidious effort to break Mrs. Henry T. Stanton, Crescent HOLY ROSARY COMMENCEMENT. Subject to Action of Democratic Party, i rnmary aukus q. mij. Hill, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. down the law and should be opA most effective and timely con- William J. Mahoney, at Jefferson The annual commencement of posed by every person Interested in tribution to the forces of national City, Tenn. Holy Rosary Academy will foe held have the assurance on good preparedness is the latest publicad next Wednesday evening at the welfare of tho child. Hall and the academic graduMr. and Mrs. John Shanley, of A country as big as! the United tion issued by the Central Bureau CATHOLIC EDUCATION. of the Central Vereln. It is in the ColMary States ought to be able to conduct form of a compast and attractive Indianapolis, n arrived yesterday for ates are MissiesCorinne Victor Ethel Forty-Eiflht- h Legislative District of Kentucky. Gott, wedding, which lins, Margaret the O'Rellly-Halplthe war without making the little booklet entitled "Guide Right or tikes place today. Catholic educators of the United May Nellie Greeley and Katharine Sabjeet to the Action of the Democratic Party. Menne. The commercial graduates States will meet in Buffalo for children work. There are women Fundamental Tactics Against the Blan- their fourteenth annual convention In a Mrs. J. A. Jaglowicz, Crescent are Misses 'Marie Elizabeth enough who will want to work and Soldier's Worst Enemy." on Juno inclusive. All inpopular still Sanely conservative Hill, has as guests Miss ford. it docs not seem necessary td place manner and points out the 'dangers Martin Murphy, of her cousin, Ont., garet Margaret Mary Brady, Mar- dications point to- a 'most satisfacit Elizabeth Hogan, Nellie Mae tory Hamilton, the task upon tho weak shoulders arising for the young soldlor from and Mrs. McNamara, of Detroit. and fruitful meeting. Tho Kilkenny and Virginia Catherine leading subject before tho convenpf children. It would be a shame the menace of Immorality, which Phelan. tion this year will bo the question, Mesdames Patrick Hourlgan and for the rich and populous United unfortunately Is very real and seriso long agitated, of the standardiza ous in camp and field life. Much Charles Denker, of Lytle street, RIVALRY OF SOCIETIES. States to confess that it had to put misery and misfortune will be have returned from a week-en- d tion o; Catholic colleges. Pracvisit the babies to work in order to suc- spared our boys if they take to to Mrs. Martin Kennedy in The lawn fete to be given by the tically all colleges now are In favor ' cessfully carry on a war. Church Debt and Building Fund of of adopting some minimum require heart tho carefully garnered inments as a oasis of' entrance. One St. Louis Bertrand's church on within tho Tho children belong in Bchool. formation comprised on Monday, of the features of tho convention re- Bertrand Hall lawn short compass of booklet. CathMiss Elizabeth Their little bodies and souls need olic societies can this!no bettpr serv- turned to Chicago, O'Connor has tho Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, will bo a meeting of the representado after being .nourishing. They must grow to a ice to the young men going forth guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. O'SullI- - June 18, 19 and 20, is creating a tives of Provincials of relielous women, ensealed in useful maturity even if there is to battle for the country than to van, South Seventh street, for sev- great doal of good natured rivalry orders of The Invitations for this teaching. provide each of them with a copy eral days. between the different church socie meeting were extended by Bishop war. If wo aro fighting a war for of this timely ties, who will have booths at the Dougherty, of Buffalo, and it will humanity we should not begin by appearance of little publication. The a compact and safely Miss Irma McLaughlin, of New feto. The Holy Name Society, the be held under his auspices. Bishop INCORPORATED. committing a crime against ana sanely written treatise on so Albany, haB almost entirely recov- Blessed Virgin Sodality, the Altar Shahan, Important and dellcato a subject Is ered from the operation she under- Society and Children's Society will will givo of the. Catholic University, NINTH AND KENTUCKY. an address, a step in tne right direction. It went last week for appendicitis at all have booths and tho members of Bishop Schrembs, of and probably Home City 405 Toledo. A ICamb. Seatk 415. marks the beginning of a very ef St. Edward's Hospital. each are working hard to achieve large, number of communities have ALTAR WINE AN ISSUE. fective weiiare work for our Cathfirst honors In the financial receipts. already signified their Intention of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hackett and According to reportsl sending representatives to this the pur- olic soldier boyst Copies are only five cents GET THE NAMES. Norbert and Mark Hackett, of Chimeeting. chase of wine for sacramental pur- writing to and can be secured by cago, are here to attend the wedthe Central Bureau of pose is somewhat difficult In Iowa. the Central Vereln, 201 Temple ding today of Louis J, Hackett and wn,l,ever Hero, medal awards to members The same courteous attention given the depositor of fl.00 ortfie depositor ofJlOW BISHOP HOBAN. Miss Lucy E. O'Reilly. of the New York Fire Department It may be purchased from drug- building, St. Louis. for the year 1916 were announced gists, who are the only permit holdINSURANCE-BANTho Hight Rev. Michael J. Hoban, Mrs. Patrick Healey and daugh- this past week, tho medals given Bishop of Scranton, on Wednesday Bsrfw tfw Big CMt NTRE DAME. ers, and must be removed by thS State Sewnmtt SsswvfelM courage and celebrated his Healey, Shw4 ui Mrktt Miss Catherine ter, and not only being for h clergymen themselves as delivering The University of Notre Dame Misses' May and Anna Boyle, of bravery in fires but also for skill. Bishop Hoban was ordained birthday. in May, by an expressman to Illegal. It will tomorrow1 complete the celebra- Jeffersonville, have gone to. Cali- Ten of the medals awarded were 1880, and was consecrated March anniversary fornia on a pleasure trip. for' heroic rescues, and the list isf 22, 1896, being the second Bishop steems to us that such legislation is tion of the steventy-flft- h foundation. Notre as follows: Thomas Kilbride, Rich- of that diocese. is an unconstitutional restriction upon of itsone of the largest now Catholic Mrs. Eugene McCarthy ard Mangels, Miehael Sloane, Fer Mr. the freedom of religious worship. schools in the world and with its moved and week to Pewee Valley dinand Beyers, Leland Wallace, Jothis FLOATS BETWEEN SPII1BS. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Whether it is or not, it certainly college of liberal arts and its vari- and will occupy the Charles Long seph Maher, John E. Farley, John ous professional schools constitutes country place, which they have pur Devine, John J. Falls, John Walsh .FREE SERVICE. ought to warn Catholics 'of the What k said to be the largest one of the strong eenteral of higher and James J. Mooney. Sounds like flag in the State 30x40 feet in di danger to their religion by such education In the United States. The chased for a summer home. a Hibernian roster, doesn't it? mensions is to float from between extreme legislation. In every State hierarchy and laity were representthe spires of St. Helena Cathedral. Mrs. Albert Terstegge and' Mrs. ed by Admiral Benson, Cardinal Emmet F. Where suefa legislation has been COLLBGK FOR COUNTRY. 1101-0- 3 said to be the tallest building dn BAST BROAD WA.T. were guest at Gibbons, the Rev. Father Elliott, a luneheon Horlne by Mrs. Cheater Montana." The flag la the gift of given PMiod. It will be found that a maC. S. P.; Victor J. Dowltag, of Because the students have nearly Charles B. Power, Jr., grandson of W. Best at her home in New Aljority of the voters are inimical to New York: Archbishop Mundeleln. all volunteered to fight for their Senator T. C. Power. SAM the enurcE. It is time for the. of Chicago; Bourke Cockran, Arch- bany in honor of Mrs. H. country an American college has of Glasgow, Mont. Bonsano, Apostolic Caibolle people to awaken to the bishop John been closed. We. believe this is BISHOP'S JUBILEE. fast that national prohibition is Delegate to the United States; ArchMiss Helefi Mapother will leave' the first instance of the kind to be bishop Hanna, of San Francisco; recorded in our present war, and we Right Rev, Bishop McGolriek, of controlled by the A. P. A. element Gov. Goodrich, of Indiana; former next Thursday for Phiwdetpma to feet proud to know that eueh a the Duluth diocese; will celebrate be a bridesmaid at the marriage of and that the majority of its) advosignal honor belongs to a Catholic the golden jubilee of his ordination and Lcu!5.m?": M- lcates the elimination of the " HU.CUU wv.w ,. TM.fcnn OWU. Ul 4JUB .ITA1tatH wkiali tnlrm jrvo Stanley college. It was the Rev. Herbert to priesthood on Tuesday, June 2$. nla.u t.nn uub Heageny, President of Little Rock nH """""'l """"' ' church in thH country rather than Anm He was ordained in All Hallows Indianapolis, who delivered ad- - J' College, Arkansas, who announced College, Dublin, in 1867. Three uplift of humanity. That's how dresses or officiated at the the college as forty-- years ago the silver jubilee of his the closing of his various w.. urn.; nr the Boaton Hibernian views the were ontetly two students and three members of elevation to the episcopate took Edward S. subject. faculty had enlisted In ,. 'x .V.t married Saturday evening at St. the navy and, only fifteen the army plaee. -j students Immediately or ohureh. 7Z Anthony's oarpmony the college WHERE, OH, WHERE? left for a remained Inunprofitable department, OJfLY OXM' VOTS. i .wlBft;?3e yeftrB F,EIth " ' to continue making it u '.' - ."" anr-nu- t the tens longer. Dudley JMeJd Maleae, Collator uIT.Cr." r"rr,,I-r- :' . u. epam. . The. convent, inspection bill In. ' J1 e J) J. Of the Pert of New York, and perTexas received only one vote. This a J: 'CIAtfDIDATB FORf r B tioa and genius. The Rev. Father MUCH FOOLISH TALK. .Mr, and Mra. Andrew Dai:lner honors the1 Lone Star Mate. sonal friend of Prudent Wilson, John Cavanaugh, C. St C, is the announce, the marriage of their yon speaking last week at a meeting of bead ofthe Institution. There has been considerable fooldaughter;. Miss Anna Densinger, to LATEST IX STJlXH. Joaoph H. Herbig, jr. The mar- ish ,talk of removing restrictions on Catholic women in Brooklyn, said; COUNTY COMMiSSlbNEFt OF JEFFERSON COUNTY VKTCO) HIB BROTHHK. riage was quietly solemnised Wed- immigration from Cbina in order to delightful Subject to Action of Itomoeratto Parly, Muejedt to AeUoa of DftmoeraUo Partir. "Catholic hare Barer fait called SO, at nesday, May Paul's supply cheap labor during 8t Kngene That the Government has the war. forSleeveless pajamas are Primary August i. 1(17, summer. upon to explain their Americanism. Primary August i, 117. , no InThe Indiana Catholic notes In Hm church, the Rev. Father We have always been ready for any last Issue the presence la Indian- Danohbe performing the ceremony. tention of suspending the Oriental Black and white eheeke are many emergencies as a hair pin. exclusion act was made known by casionsl fashionable call. But where now are the sons' apolis of one of our well known e The marriage of Miss Lucy E. Senator Phelan last week. Barring Flag colors are too frequently Military capes! with' waistcoat Hood collars! and more It says: and daughters of the Knights of Louifrrtlta priests.O'Connor, illiterate Europeans by the immi- used for good taste. ll eases, flourishjn. the assistant. "Rv. Frank are now substituted for too coats.. Luther and the Guardians of Lib at the Cathedral at Louisville, and O'Reilly, and Louis J. Hackett will gration law passed a few months eoat. Most garments are showing simHave one suit of black and white' erty? we feel it Important that a brother of Chris --A. O'Connor, of take place at 3 o'clock this after- ago, and . admitting Astatic coolies check. This in Very smart, Bspeeiaily popular ta Us'Wjrow-edgin-g ple and ornate sofUaene braiig deRev. to glut the labor market would they should now stand forth, and Central avenue, visited in Indianap noon at the Cathedral. The of baby Irish lace when used The kilted skirts of bright plaids signs. be NhAw ttiAtr imoj..l.M nrn ... olis oaring ins wee ana ceieeratea tfathor P. If. J. Rock, the rector. scarcely thatconsistent. We did not are stunning as well as graceful. e , linen undergarThe fabric or chambisette glove on fine Congress OU.WW...U1. so would ceremony. believe Both """imasstat the Cathedral Monday will perform the ,., as Is in excellent standing for" all oc- - ments. A tussahj suit will fit Into not here tonight s Catholics, how- - morning. stultify ltsetf; but we are glad to bride and groom are prominent in TJIE CONTRAST. Catholic society circles, and many COMING EVENTS. from a distance are in the city to euchre attend the wedding. June 18 St. Patrick's hall, and lotto party, in school Mrs M. R. Sternberg announces Thirteenth and Market, the engagement of her daughter, Lawn fete by Miss Marie C. Sternberg, to WillJune Church Debt and Building Fund of iam Q. Buckel, the marriage to St. Louk BertTand's enurch. take place Tuesday morning, June June 19 Trinity Council moon- 19, at 8 o'clock at. St. Francis of light excursion on steamer Pilgrim. Aselssi church, "Rev;. Father Roth-heofficiating. July 4 Catholic Orphan Society The bride Is pop picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage ular in Catholic social circles and an accomplished young lady. The grounds. 1 Lawn fete of St. groom hardly needs introduction to July our readers, being Recording SecreAnn's church on school grounds. of Mackln Council July 17 Picnic of St. Aloysius taryImportant position and holds with the church, Pewee Valley, on church an Louisville Gas & Electric Company. grounds. rMI hn Tiff a 0 fPJm nttAnflnntti Amm July 17. St. Paul's church picnic n-- h renin- and outing at Woodland Garden., and MesBra--, Theodore A. Buckel and garuen party. wnltnr H. Afirhpr July . u Annual .... , .. i. or si. ivninony s jtiospiiai, auspices i " of Sewing Society. HAPPILY WEDDED. July 19 Moonlight excursion by Trinity Council on Stoamer Pil The wedding of Miss Lula Mae grim. Krft, of New Albany, and Dr. July 24 Lawn Fete for Visita- Frank Ritter, of Louisville, which wait solemnized at St. Mary's tion Home for Working Girls. church early Monday morning, was July 25 Annual picnic for St. a surprise to the friends of the Joseph'a Orphan Asylum, Phoenix young people. While their engageHill Park. anknown, July 30 Annual A. O. H. picnic ment had been been made no. tho nouncement had of Phoenix Hill Park. at date of the wedding. The ceremony Aug. 1 Annual picnic of Mackln was performed by the Rev. Elmer Council, at Summers Park. Ritter, a brother of the bridegroom, August 16 Annual reunion of who was ordained to the priesthood St. Leo's church nt Thorns-berry'last week and celebrated his, first Grove, Highland Park. mass at St. Mary's church Sunday. Only members! of the families and xaxxxxxxaaa a few intimate friends were present. Frank Kraft, a brother of the bride, and Dr. Harry Ritter, a brother of the bridegroom, were the Following the only attendants. M0KpCiCgCwiPCwCKcC8jKK8C8C8ww8j9C8w8Z8Q ceremony tho bridal couple departed on a wedding trip to New York, and Mrsl Mary Wentzell has returned on their return In two weeks they from a visit to relatives at North will reside in St.. Charles place in Vernon, Ind. Louisville. Miss Kraft is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Kraft. Miss Mary Dougherty was host Sho is an accomplished vocalist. The last week to her card club at the bridegroom, who is a son of Mr. Audubon Club. and Mrs. Nicholas 'Ritter, of New Albany, located recently In Middle-tow- n Miss Molllo Albert is in for an indefinite visit wdth ut HERMAN STRAUS S&NS (gJ We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. " 10-1- I bi,ii,j CONFIRMATION 18-i- . SUITS FOR BOYS s SOCIETY. $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 6dc 4 White Shirts and Blouses 79c $1.00 ANDREW M. Sea sflBK? iir ADOLPH SCHMITT - 'isfHwv TAX RECEIVER Lew-ma- n, JAMES D. HEADLEY Ber-tran- LEGISLATOR FOR 2G-2- 8, - ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. 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Also Tallow and Greaso. ,: Commissioners for Nominate the Good JJJJJEt? s KKNTCOKY IRISH AMBJRIOAN- - - Mfjupj 9MMMMftttMHMM9WNM!Mfi of Jefferson County The Last Dollar That you spent for something yeu did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COUK a time when yoar "LAST DOLLAR". mutt b spent for somethlag yon DO NEED. Tho SAVING now ef the dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" frera ever coming. 3EV30 AXIMAIS Out-Of- Leading Citizens Tell Why Judge Bingham, Mr. Scholtz and Mr. Cox Should Be Selected for the Democratic Ticket, LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated Blvcr Itoad, East of Homo Phone City 721 f .'IMjbI "3 ' Ky. Title Savings Bank Cumberland Main 721 F2SOPX.E8 Incorporated. n was organized by citizen SLICED BACON to make Griddle la the "AM Ready tor Y'rar IX)ANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAHS, LARD, SAUSAGB LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bldg., IODISVIIJiG PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Iaeerpo rated.) Both Phones. 28S(. well-know- "SOUTHERN STAR FBOVTDENT ABBOCIATIOX and Trust Co. i4g,j jHIJJhJJJ J izBFw"t vVllV Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Fifth and Court Place. Saturday Until 7 p. m. H' HM LsUBBk. vC v jBMBBBBjaBJ 'SlisllllCBijBHi BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Scvcntli Street Phone City 6574 Home Phone Shawnee GOSJS 80S COMPANY REPAIR Hancock and Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louis SNEDDON Kvi' $1 "i "' , aRaJTsaaH LsHHH 'saeaeaeasaas fDINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT i jj Cars Our Specialty Phone City 6007 BNGRAVEIfS HMKLIOH vlllo Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor HENRY moeriNO, ouxTBsxxa, spouTxsa Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Oil Wait Broadway, IiqkUtUH, Ky. ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPERS Louisville, Ry MS W. Mai St, BoMt Phone City 8874 R. W. BINGHAM. ATTILLA COX, JR. CHAS. SCHOLTZ. RF.X.L.BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street CITY. AND FARM PROPERTY. Wall Paper and Window Shados Bee us about anything In real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames and Window Shades Made to Order. estate. We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Heme Phone City 2517. Borne Phone City 4464. YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCOHPORATKD. We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed O. K. W. O. RUSSELL & SONS PRINTERS 1507 West Market Street Phone City 6659 WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. T. E. YANN DAIRY JNCORPORATSD 508-51- COJIPANY THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H 00. INCOItPORATHD Distillers Of ST. OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 538 W. Mala St. BOUR MASH 0 SOUTH WENZEL PURE RYE LoBterUle, Ky. Both Phones 4203 bers of the new County Commission, which will, after January 1 next, ad minister the affairs of Jefferson county, Including the city of Louisville, with an annual budget of approximately 8750,000 a year. The three members of the County Commission will bo elected at the No vember election, their names on the ballot coming directly underthoso of tho nominees for Mayor, and the nominations will be made at the August primary. Within the last ten days steps have been taken both In the city nnd county to gauge tho strength Inside the Democratic party of Judge R. W". Bingham, Mr. Attllla Cox and Mr. Chas. Scholtz, Jr., who are making the race together, and the prevailing opinion among Democratic voters Is that their candidacy presepts the greatest opportunity that has been offered the party In yoara to strengthen Itself by a strong county government. The Candidate' Declaration. In Louisville and Jefferson county In such men as Judge Bingham, Mr. Cox nomination and election will Insure us many years, has attracted as much and Mr. Scholtz. I am for all three of a good county government," Interest In as many different quarters them, and believe that their nomination MR, EDWARD T. TIERNEY said: at the August primary will be of great "I am strongly for Bingham, Cox p.s the election this year of three mem- No local election that h.is heen held of county government by nominating and Scholtz, .and believe that their MIKE Swan Street WIEDBR 1011 Machlno Shop. VM. AUGUSTUS Auto Repairing PRICES REASONABLE Work Guaranteed Home Phone, Highland 1472 Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of crete and Wrecking. ed 820 E. Cassln Ave. Home City 2000 m99(99B0f99999m99m9m9m i UKAIN W. biVUi AL. S. SMITH, n'b bUW ! jj PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmer i BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. J MHtUtmHIl m 1 H I IJ H 1 i Mf DOUGHERTY & McELUOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i; Funeral Directors Climb. Main 200S-- a and Embalmers! Home City 2008 X ' ; BOTH 3tH02f JE&S , '' Ott tWWWWWVVWWMWWWVWMWVWtVWUtWWUVVtU Cumberland main 307i.y I noaiuriiONES8 J. J. BARKKirs 822 Lst MoAo. SUINS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. l Heme Pkona Shawnee 484 street. VVVVwVV1kVW Cumberland, WSt 11 The position of these three .candidates was stated by themselves in a card Issued to the public January 27 last, which was as follows: The understlgned, after consultation with each other and with various ctlizens of Louisville, have decided to become candidates for positions upon the new County Commission, wheh will De elected by the people of this city and county next November. If elected, It will bo our aim to ad minister the affairs of this county In J such a way as to give satisfaction to fill citizens, and. If nominated by the Democratic party at the August primary, we will solicit the support of all citizens, regardless of their party affiliations, fi The law governing the election of these officers requires, however, that MR. WILEY B. BRYAN, one of the party nominations be made, and we officers of the Belknap Hardware Commake this announcement as an indi- pany, said: cation of our candidacy for Demo"I certainly will vote for Judge Bingcratic nominations before the August ham, Mr, Cox and Mr. Scboltz In the primary. Democratic primary. Their nomination Before that Democratic primary we will mean much to the city and county." will make the race together, and we MAYOR JOHN H. BUSCIIEMEYER: tach solicit those citizens who may be disposed to vote in that primary for "I announced myself for Judge Bing one of the three candidates whose ham, Mr. Cox and Mr. Scholtz the day names aro signed to this petition to they announced their willingness to vote for all three or to oppose all three. make the race. I believe their nomiWe feel-tha- t we could not succeed In nation Is certain, but the Democratic tho large task proposed without pos voters of this city and county must see sesslng a commission that will work to It that all three are nominated by together. It Is needless for us to say such majorities as will show where that we say nothing In disparagement their party stands, I will do every of tho other gentlemen whoso names thing I can to bring this about." have been mentioned In connection with MR. CALDWELL NORTON, past these nominations, nor certainly have we anything to say In regard to our president of the Commercial Club, the pwn qualifications. Our own appeal to Real Estate Association and active in Democrals as differentiated from other the work of tho Industrial Foundation, said: citizens Is that, If nominated and elect"I never was more pleased with the ed, we will endeavor by our record to fact that I am a Democrat than I nm Itrengthen the party that may so because of the fact that I am privihonor us. leged to vote for Bingham, Cox and CHARLES' SCHOLTZ, JR. Scholtz In the Dcmocratlo primary for ATTILLA COX, JR. the County Commission. I know that ROBERT W. BINGHAM. there are a great many men who will not vote In the primary, but will vote What Citizens Say. for Bingham, Cox and Scholtz In NoAs an Indication of popular feeling vember, but I get a chance to vote regard to these nominations the for them twice. The Importance to this expressions of opinion may bo community of this election cannot be cited: overestimated." fol-owl- ng and advantage to tho Democratic party, as Scholtz for Democratic nominations to the residents of It wlll certainly be for the County Commission." this city "and couhty." JUDGE A. P. HUMPHREY said: COL. JAMES P. WHALLEN: "Tho candidacy of Judge Bingham, "I am primarily Interested In this Mr. Cox and Mr. Scholtz Is a matter county gov- of much moro Importance to this city matter as a taxpayer. Our ernment spends each year In excess of and county and to tho Democratic party 8700.000 a year, and the appropriations than It Is to them. I am for all three aro growing. Seventy per cent, of of them." fy these taxes nro paid by tho city, and Others who havo taken an actlVo inboth city and county are Interested terest In tho nomination of Judge vitally in the matter. Bingham, Mr. Cox and Mr. Scholtz bra "I consider this County Commission Mr. Robert P. Vaughan, Mr. Edward to be elected this November as fully as P. Humphrey, Mr. A, J. Carroll nnd Important a matter as the election of others. a Mayor. We are to have a now form DR. LOUIS FRANK: of county government, and much de"I heartily endorse the candidacy of pends upon how we start. 1 am for Bingham, Cox and Scholtz for Demo Robert W. Bingham, Attllla Cox., Jr., cratic nominations in August, nnd for and .Charles Scholtz, Jr., for Commiscounty. I am election in November, and I propose to sioners of Jefferson tha do everything In my power ns a party quite sure that their nomination at nomination, August primary will serve to All a man to bring nbout their and as a citizen to support them in the long felt and imperative need on the Important work they will have to do. part of the citizens of Jefferson Judge county." All three are finely qualllled. Bingham has been County Attorney, MR. FRED W. KEISKERr and understands exactly those things "I take great pleasure in heartily give us a good endorsing tho candidacy of Messrs. R. which should bo done to county government, nnd those things W. Bingham, Attllla Cox., Jr., and thnt should be done away with. Chas. Scholtz for County Comlssioaers. "Mr. Cox is an attorney of high "The nomination of these gentlemen standing and a citizen respected by will certainly be a step In the right all. Mr. Scholtz hi a prominent busi- direction, and their election to office ness man and is in touch In a peculiar will result In great good to the county." way with the needs of the residents of v MR. YOUNG E. ALLISON: tho county. "I don't see how there can be any "I nm much pleased ns a Democrat, that I have three such men to vote for real opposition to Bingham, Cox and in a Demociatic primary, but the Im Scholtz for County Commissioners. It portance of putting our county affair Is an Ideal ticket, all business efficiency In a strong position rises abovo party and no politics Just what Is needed for considerations, and I do not doubt that the office. I'm a Republican, but if all these gentlemen In November will re- the parties united In a union prayer-meetifor a better ticket they ceive many votes from men not usualcouldn't make It" ly much Interested In party politics." f Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.! mmmt9mmm IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LODGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Cass af FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager d Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if ycu have-triethe rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West 191 ' WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED 'ii -- Peerless Common THEJ- Home Phone If IJ ng BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. j J1 at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceHeat lam GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaaffers, Louisville, Ky. DR. E. L. POWELL: "There are some propositions about which one can afford to be dogmatio and to claim that others should not hesitate to draw the same deflnlto conclusion. The candidacy of Robert W. Ulngham, Attllla Cox, Jr., and Charles Scholtz, Jr., for County Commissioners in the August primary Is a proposition of the character named. Really, the vot- -' era of Jefferson county are offered a unique and exceptional opportunity' and a favorable vote is a privilege. It is to bo hoped that these men will re- -, celve such a tremendous endorsement of their candidacy that good men cf' this type In seeking every office shall And It worth while In future days to anounce themselves candidates." MR. HENRY O. GRAY: "The nomination of R. W. Bingham, Charles Scholtz, Jr., Attllla Cox, Jr., for the offices of Commissioners of Jefferson County will fill a long-fe- lt OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPORATKD r. JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Sale OwBira Iteftisterea' Diet. No. S2J Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street.' FONTAINE FERRY GERMAN BANK The Vi AmnaemtBt Canter High Class Vaudeville Dancing 11 1 iVi'lT ''LWSftuiSjirA fa? need of the citizens of this county, and I heartily favor their nomination and election." DR. IRVIN ABELL: "Messrs. Bingham, Cox and Scholtz Paulstn's Military Band New Restaurant Kiddyland Other Attractions LLLHuluMH :&&HDBHWflDal 9iHk1iBMb4riffln Vw I'HIIIBi BSBflaHiin rEoBBauVB'4 i I RATTERMAN SCANNELL INCORPORATED. jr .? FRANKFORT. were Miss Ella McDevItt and T. J. Conway. The bride and bridegroom Chapel Free Right Ttev. much Immediately A wedding that on for a 3101 WEST BROADWAY 2 Sunday morningBishop Broeeart Rev, left wedding trip will return to after interest in Frankfortattracted circles te F&treas. Lexand the society Invested the M4JAlllAlmM Father Henry Tappert, rector of ington for a few days before going this week was that of Miss KathMother of God church, Covington, to Charleston to make their home. arine Coleman and Webster Gazlay Mr yewr hya aa 4setta tfcat will with the title of Monsignor. which Griffin, sblemnlzed at 6 o'clock HEALTH BATTER. waa conferred upon hlin recently by tkem for IU. Wednesday morning at the Church rope honor of the the Rev. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ferred Benedict. The Tappertwas con The heaKh of Archbishop Ken- Father Good Shepherd, celebrating upon Father In recJ. F. O'Dwyer ' lia V. emlsrUl, Ky. nedy, rector of the American Col- the nuptial mass and performing inUftr, ognition of lile strict of Funeral Directors GeadbeU4 by ta XaverUa BroUurs the rules Kovernine observance "Miss' Josephine ecclesiastical lege In Home, whose health has the ceremony. CSAMleal, aaa BuU4 SotMtUe several 0ursa, Prratory"DvTtaBt, a:Ltrtt music. JJother of God church choir not been issatisfactory for signs of Burkhardt was the maid of honor Embalmers. now showing many years ha heen considered months, wu mujfpM BwiKwir and John Dolan was the best man. . rnM Hwt& Ur. Jwu, Dtr for best In improvement, and has relieved the A wedding breakfast was given by the the United States. A anxiety xrjCHsi felt for him. attended reception and parthe bride's sister, Mrs. Charles ish meting Whitehead, at their home Immeheld la the school Telephone lOJMt. HERRMANN BROS. auditorium at night. diately after the wedding. The SELL COAL MINE. One'Df ike biggest deals In West- - couple have gone to Cincinnati for WftTEM r TAKK8 LEXINGTON URIDK. moreianu county in recant years is a fortnight's) stay, FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. the transfer by the Benedictine Dietillersattd Wbeletele DmI-r- s Tha marriage of Fred J. Lewie, tethers, at, Viaceat Arofaabbey at XMCOiUOXATK OHJCKBN SUPPBrTT of Lexington and ., Charleston, W, B.tty.- Pa., to the Mt. Pleasant Fiat Barads ef Keg hwky Whiskies, especially. Va., and Miss Mary Alice Strati, ef Cake Coiapanyi Tha tract embraces Grocery Stores. The annual plwlc and ohieken autotiy about Ji the BlHegrsM esptUl, and is about the supper of SI. Agnes' parish" will For "Th solemnlsed Wednesday morntog at last of the Oennellsv&Ue coking coal take plaee on the new school St. Peter's church, the Rer. William In that region held by private own- grounds, Newburg road aad Speed BOTTLKDIN BOND. Order for $1 or more deMrereJ T. Punch officiating and celebrating ers. The price is said to be about venue, on Tuesday, Jnne it. free to ny prt of tfa afty. nuptial high mass. The attendants $300,000. autos will meet all ears at Deer COVINGTOX. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers r9r MR. MARION B. TAYLOR, for a MR. JAMES B. BROWN, president of number of years president of tho the National Bank of Commerce said: Board of Trader, and one of the "The County Commission to he city's most active business men, said: elected In November will set a standard "As a Democrat, I am more than for county government. Just as the pleased that the opportunity has been Board of Education elected In 1910 set pffered to the Democratic party In this I a standard for the administration of elty and county to solve the question our schools.,. I am for Bingham. Cox Lou-fsvliio have my endorsement for the position of County Commissioners. Their qualifications and characters are such as to Insure satisfactory discharge of their duties as commissioners." MR. BEN KAUFMAN said: "1 strongly favor the nomination and election of Judge Bingham, Mr. Cox and Mr. Scholtz, and will do all that I can to bring thoso things about. Tho opportunity Is one that this clly and county cannot miss.' $ Col. Fred Levy, Mr. Alvah Terry and Judge James P. Gregory made simitar statements. Aariima. A? Fifth and Market Sts. "As Near to You as the Nearest Pfcoee? Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreatk The Urgest values In Funeral Flowers ever ourd le FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Ctrner Furlh ind Mltta Louisville For prompt delivery call both phones. ?2S rr J trasunit; (lw UJUt '3 H.B0SSS0N and KwrthwnueLouCrflrj "Flowers telegraphed everrwhere" New Location i JOHN B. RATTERMAN 'FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. West Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1107a. Loulsvilli Business Golltii sio AVKNUX hu-gl- u "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Under tie Managemeat of (Formerly with JSpenoeriaa) Mr. MoCarty Us still doing that high-grad- e work: " that Spe&eeriaa solicitors have told you alovrt fo'l J 'QUAKER MAID' r. l. Mccarty Pies: C!h - - Btt Lm. Pearl of Nelson, ars Park aveaue, and refreshmenta aad a jolly good time await all friends father As of the Pawlonlst added attraction will be the dapoaal of a new five gaseeager Dodge oar. Cumb. Main 453. Residence, 4S79; Omar Weat IS. paet sixteen years. Day and Night Ofawees. College Offloe, City 78S3j) , Mr S? JUCJBTUOICY 'FRANK DACHER IRISH AMEMOAJS. DIRECTORY 1017 AnHBt Primary 1817 I HI1ERNIAN Mil i I M I M Ml M g UK Ml i H l 11 1 It 1 I M JBACONfiSQH INCORPORATED DIVISION 3. First and third Fridays, Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. NO NEUTRALITY HERE Hb1i91B1HHb1111111B' We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Recording tin. Secretary John J. Financial Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeast-at-Arm- Viee President President John M. Riley. Tfcn O'Leary. Secretary John Mar- HOUSEKEEPERS' s Sentinel CANDIDATE Thomas Noont,. Pat Begley. June furniture Sale Juno being a month that sees tlio establishment of many new homes, no luuo arranged to accommodate these younfc home builders with the needed ritmlslilnps and to do m nt prices and terms that make their purchase an easy matter. KKEK INITIATION to Club Plan durinR this sale. FOIt Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. FOR CITY TREASURER President Thomas tLynch. Party. Subject to Action of Democratic Vice President John J. Barry. Primary August 4. 1917. OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Financial Secretary Thomas J. Subject to Action of Democratlo party. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. A. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, WM. T. McNALLY SHERIFF This store has enlisted for life in the cause of ood clothes no compromise, no stradlirig, no middle ground. You'll not find us Clothes today at $25.00 and nonadver-tisingKirschbau- 4, ,,-- ? JOS. LUDWIG m McDonogh. Treasurer Sentinel BTBTaV Sergeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dlg-na- n. M. B. KENDRICK J. McDermott. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In iLdOE GEHER & SON, ss Lee Young Automobile Co. t.vA; ok,fc Manager Walter "Murphy's Hibernian team sprung a surprlsle Sunday in the Twin, City League by roomy chiffonier. defeating "Bud" O'Brien's Champs for the second time, Chavley Henry The monthly"" Household Club Plan payments are $8.00. striking out sixteen men, allowing $10.05 The first payment Is score being seven hits,., the final The entire price Is $100.50. 9 to 5. In addition a dent was put Tliroo-plecIn the Louts XVI. period deSuite of genuine walnut In the roll of a Well known State CANDIDATE TOR r toilet table and a sign; the pieces are a bed, a politician who backs the Champs. chiffonier. COUNTY COMMISSIONER Manager Scheckler clinched second PRACTICING. LAWYER FOR TWEHTY.FIYE YEARS payments are $8.00. The monthly Household Club Plan place when his Mackln boys sfhut 'CANDIDATE FOR . nominated and elected I promise to out tho strong Imperials 10 to 0, If .T-, $10.35 The first payment Is dovote my time to the duties of the office featured by the hitting of our two price Is $103.50. The entire ana iunner me lnieresis 01 uio pcopie. popularity contest winners of last Subject to Action of Democratlo Party, season, Morris making two doubles fifth Magisterial District First, SeeowJ, Third Wards Primary August i. 1917. DINING ROOM SUITES to Action of Democratic ;; and Ray Haragan two triples. The Subject Primary August 4, 1917. Party. Orioles took plx on Trinity to the Nlnc-plcSuite-,-; and Mary period design in a rich dull William tune of 19 to 2, Koehler, of the extension table golden finish; It consists of a buffet, a round-to- p winners, making 'four singles. ManC slip-sechairs, covered with Spanish leather. and ager Tom Cllnes? leaders jumped INI6HTS OF COLUMBUS The monthly Household Club iPlan payments are $12.00. on Ed Wolfe's Bertrand youngsters '.$13.85 The first payment is to tune of 14 to 2, the losers Tho entire price Is $138.50. What They Have Been Doing not tho NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON ihelng able io hit any of the News That Will Interest " K. of C. pitchers, three being used. Late the Past Week General I OUTFIT ImTho schedule if or tomorrow: A FOUR-ROOMembers Here and News Notes. vs. perials vs. Orioles', Mackin Parlor, Ilcdroom, Dining Room, Kitchen fChamps, Trinity vs. Bertrands and 1017 August Primary 1917 K. of u. vs. HiDerniansi. too Outfit O A mahogany duofold. bed settee, a duofold mattress, a mahogany library table and two mahogany rockers, one with a Division 3 will meet next Friday, standing to date: leather seat and the other with a wood seat. Won Pet Lost A large class was Division 4 will meet next Monday. Initiated' at Dcd, a flno coll spring, a fine felt mattress, a A o 1. 000 Green Bay, Wis., on Memorial day. fK.ofC ..7 Tom Lynch, Tim O'Leary, Pat Mackin mahogany dresser and chinonier ana a manogany cnnir anu ,5 2 .714 Keegan, Lawrence Mackey and Matt Orioles... Newport Council ""has itl Red Tocker. 5 ... 4 571 3 round-to- p X Cross division, M. J. Costigan being O'Brien lead the rooters for our Imperials oak extension table, a large buffet, a A .571 3 CANDIDATE FOR ball team. largo china cabinet and 6 chairs with genuine leather slip seats. Champions........ 4 3 '57i Chairman. A while enameled kitchen cabinet, a plain kitchen table and 5 picnic this year Hibernians, Tho annual The Knights turned out 2,000 .429 4 3 2 two strong wood chairs. 1 6 should be in lino with the St. Pat Bertrands. .143 strong In tho Memorial day parade monthly Household Club Plan payments are $25.00. The o .000 at Cincinnati. rick's day affair, the most success Trinity 7 $31.73 The first payment is ful of its kind. The Green Bay Knights havo "Thirty-Sixt- h FIFTEEN1 NEW KNIGHTS. Senatorial District The entire cost of this outfit is $317.30, Tho 142d anniversary of tho bat- for $1,000 of the Liberty tlo of Bunker Hill will be appro loan bonds. Now Albany Subject to Action of Democratic Party. priately celebrated by divisions In a Columbus, had Council, Knights of The council at Calcasieu, La., has its greatest meeting number of places. Wednesday night, when Knighthood now a substantial fund and will Sunday was the greatest day In wus conferred upon fifteen well soon build Its own home. I tho history of Hlbernlanlsiu In Mln known citizens. The first degree Stato Secretary Leary reports to 1917 AUQUSr PRIMARY 1917 K neapolls, at leastt 200 members re was conferred by a team from The following Miction of tho Constitution is ceiving tho State Council that Iowa has the degrees. Louisville Council. Members of the e quoted to show that our present Coroner Dr. councils and 15,132 memSecKills Duncan is not eligible for The County Board of San Fran- class Initiated are Henry Muller, bers. J. Bucho, IXCOMPATIKLE: tion 237 OFFICKKS Jio cisco, aftor the memorial mass for J. E. Eckert, Edward largest class in the history member of Congress, or person holding or exer- deceased members, decorated their William H. Kaiser, William E. of The Indianapolis Council received tho Welch, Francis H. Welch, Stanton cising an office of trust under the Under States graves with flowers. Second and thlid degrees Sunday SIIAIjTj BE ELIG1I1LE TO HOLD OH EXEIl-CIS- E To tho South Bend division be Welch, Charles A. Welch, J. P, CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE OF TIJUST OK PROFIT longs the credit tor taking the lead Magulre, Lawrence Bryant,. Edward afternoon. ANr George There watf a second degree exRenn, N. under tilts constitution. In the movement for the Irish 1- J. Gohmann, Tuesday night at Frank Albright, Leon Hammer and emplification Recognizing tho fact of Dr. Duncan's in- biary at, Notre Dame. Syracuse, and on June 9 the first Andrew A. Cornell. eligibility I have announced myself as a candidate Pat Burke Is wavering In his will be given another class. for the Democratic nomination nt the primary allegiance to Bertrands and John IIKADS JtKD CROSS. Union Council, of Syracuse, gave to be held August 1, 1017. Hennea3y says ho will sopn be root Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, material expression to its loyalty DK. II. E. MECHLINd. ing for the boys in green. P. J. Hanlon, well known Lbuis-vlll- o by subscribing v. for Liberty loan ; 't''t4ii-44.i-.t.e.i.e.t..t....t...4.t.4,jcapitalist and popular citizen, bonds to the amount of $(5000. mourn the Omaha HIbernlansI death of John Fitzgerald, a re has notified the itcd Cross headThe Knights spected resident of that city and quarters at Washington that he will have presented of Union City, Ind., 1917 St. Mary's church August Primary 1917 accept the Chairmanship of the August Primary . 1917 1917 friend of the Ancient Order. Louisville War Fund Committee, a Eucharlstlc tabernaclo that adds Tho membership campaign of the which will make a campaign greatly to the beauty of tho main for Minneapolis divisions has been contributions during Red Cross altar. crowned with success that will week, beginning June 18. He was One thousand Knights marched stand the record for many years. Candidate for asked to act in that capacity in a In the Memorial day parade at MilIn the morning they atThe South Bend division, which telegram from Henry P. Davison, a waukee. led the movement for the Irish member of the firm of J. P. Morgan tended solemn requiem mass for library at Notre Damo University, & Co., New York City. A wiser their deceased brethren at the Gesu CANDIDATE FOR is receiving deserved credit for Its selection could not have been made church. work. The council at Hartington, Neb., and has been received with satishas" Just conferred Knighthood upon The victory of our ball team over faction throughout all circles. forty candidates, bringing the memSubject to Action of the Champs has even brought atome bership to 300. This council, only CONFIRMATION. of tho pessimists around that Is Pemocratlc Party ten years old, owns Us own handthose who predicted the cellar post Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Tomorrow .morning over 100 chil- some building. Hon for the A. O'. H. Niagara Falls Knights have taken Division 2 of Pittsburgh held a dren of St. "Patrick's parish will be by Right Rev. Denis up tho movement Inaugurated by 1017 Aulnst Primary 1017 fine patriotic celebration and par- confirmed Bl3hop of Louisville. members from Philadelphia for the To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: ade and then raised the flag over O'Donaghue, The children will make their first erection of a chapel and recreation Its headquarters on Sarah street holy I do hereby announce my candidacy for the office of communion at the Father Thomas Devlin delivered the at 7:30, and following high mass room at Port Niagara. Work will JUDGE Of THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF the 10:30 be started at once. address. LOUISVILLE, subject to the action of the Democratic party o'clock mass the Right Rev. Bishop The presence of large numbers primary, August i, 1817, and respectfully solicit your up- They say Park Guard Con Ford will administer tho sacrament of encamped with the Tenth Infantry shows the right spirit. He doesn't confirmation. St Patrick's school HALL, force the crowd back if one of our la under the direction of the Sisters and Officers Reserve Corps at Fort May 1, 1917. Ben Harrison at the Initiation of CANDIDATE FOIt A. O. II. team hits a fair ball in of Charity of Nazareth, and the Indianapolis Council laat Sunday the audience, but waits for the training of the children for this gave the celebration somewhat of a runner to score. most Important event of their lives The annual field day of the Bos has been a well done work on tho military aspect. ton County Board will be held on part of the Sisters, and is evidence FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS CABARET A FEATURE. tho third Sunday in July. This of their ability aa teachers. BBBBBV COFFEE1- year's demonstration will be for the GOOD MULLOY'S Fontaihe Ferry has entered the DEATH IN TEXAS. purpose of liquidating the debt on Subject to Action of Democratic Party cabaret field, and next week will Emmet Memorial Hall. Has been the favorite kind. The quality is nr present a roster of clever entertain Tuesday morning telegrams were State President James Deery, of the best and our prices are the fairest, Try P peo ers direct from Chicago, Indianapolis, will present the Irish received from Dallasl Texas, an ple visiting the Casino areand our New Blend, 2 lbs..... sure to nouncing the suddeji death of Ed library fund to Notre Dame "Uni be surprised. A programme of Special Auto Delivery Scrvie. versity tomorrow afternoon. There ward R. Nold. formerly of this city. merit isl in prospect in the theater, but for many years engaged In the will be an oration by Hon. William with that clever trio, Kitnor, jewelry business in Texas. DeBourke Cockran, of New York. ceased was a brother of Joseph Hawksley and MoClay, occupying Of the many hundreds of Cathheadline position 212 W. Market St. olic organizations which have of- Nold, of the Anzeiger, and left singing act, "Thewith their comedy Both Phone 1323 Stowaway." AnESTABLISHED 1885. fered aid to the Government in the many friends here. The remains other act on the new bill sure of a present war crisis, none has a more arrived late Thursday and the fu- warm welcome here (will be Leah Interesting record than thaj; of Di- neral was held from St. John's Nora, "The Happy Smile Girl," in Father Schuhmann a story in song. Broslus and vision 1 of Pittsburgh. The division church, Rev, by Capt. conducting the obsequies!. was organized in 1859 Brown will furnish the main comDaniel Dougherty and at the outedy element and their ability In FIRST D1VB FATAL. break of the civil war the entire should years old this favoritesreadily manifest itself. Peter Davln. thirty-fiv-e membership enlisted in the Union return in the Caitee Where work Is qalcklj army, the home la ,Waere - and well known In the West End. Old forming Company H, Sixtybrightest; done; was drowned Monday afternoon in Brothers, comedians and dancers. third regiment, Pennsylvania volunand King round Where cookiag seemi teers. Of the 149 who joined the the Portland canal, the first swim- programme.and King sanitaryout the Where the work la ii swimThe big lightest; real foa; colors but three returned at the ming victim of the year. The un- ming pool Is now open and bathers 'baking gives de- (close of the iwar. The division Is fortunate man went to the eanal at are admitted to the park free at all Where Where the meal again prepared to uo its part in the foot of Eighteenth street with times. light; cooked best; two boys for a swhn. Thomas WarWhere drudge Is oat of the present conflict. Where the range steads ren, a bridge tender, who mm him sight GOVHRNMENT' BONDS. the test dive, come up and then disappear, PATRIOTIC FEATURE. where That's where That's the the rushed to his: aid and dived into the Government bonds have behind "Quick Meal" eoet "Quick Heel" comes The game between Louisville and water, only to recover the body. them the wealth and credit of the la. which was taken to Dougherty & nation and are easily turned into Milwaukee will toe called today at ntHH-n-i4Hii- ii the McElllott'e chapel and prepared for currency. They are & safe and 2:30, aa Immediately after Qnlek Meal Gbs Raaies Sold, Installed and Highly Ileeommeade J M. J. IANNM, - profitable P. RANNM, J.. game there will be a battalion drill burial. Darin conducted an uo,4 T. H. MCRMKE, investment. In times of VlM tm. I Tfhc X by the First Regiment, Owner bolstering business at 1823 Port financial unrest, when business is fr5. tKff. Srtttry. 215 Wathen having given 2,000 tickets land avenue and told those at homo endeavoring to adjust itself to new W. MARKET ST. To the regiment to sell fof this oc- he .was going for a swim. Besides conditions, as is the case usually casion and the proceeds to be used his mother, Mrs. Margaret Davin, after a great war, the Government in equipping our local soldiers. To- he leareat two brothers, Robert A. bond is the one thing whose value morrow and Monday St. Paul will Darin and" Francis M, Darin, and shall remain unchanged insofar atj be here for a series of three games, three sisters, Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. least as the income arising thereSewer ClTrt Pipe, being on for the William Burke and Miss Mae Darin. from is concerned. a double-headBanks may Baaaea's Pate at LMe'ea' Plae fer Steam Ceadaits, BOTH PHONES 2399 His funeral was. held Wednesday elose, and Industrial etooks cease to opener. St. Paul has been coming gg) &gj Wall Ceaiarf, Draia Tile. Trife4 Brick, St. from Patriot's pay dividends, but while the nation like a shot recently and as that afternoon elub was always! a hard nut lor the church. retains its sovereignty an investment X FlrePreelag, flee Llalajf, rice BricK first-claWe arc as service. Qlv us a trial for Clymerites to crack some good basein Government bonds shall yield Crate aa4 Beiler Tile, Creaai Fire Clay, Ckhnaey TejM. close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and VLHTJBD AKKNTS. an unimpaired volume of profit. The ball is in sight for Sunday and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Wallace ChOrta. of New York, people therefore, if theycar wise, Monday, Despite the opposition of OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON' the races the attendance has 'been who has sees vlsitin his father. will In accordance with their means chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call, HOME PHONES CITY to Dr. John w, Oalrln, and Mrs. invest in the bonds now being ofwas an CUMB. MAIN 507. Bood and it bwslniss fered, by the Government, and In left this week on short skate owners who are K6RKS-13ifeBreak,. ifid MmmsIU -Avl. ttmt. eii mA matt ,. trying to mi this league on a sheep trip to OhleKco, but will return fer doing so they will hare the added Z WC umpire and skimpy a further rlsit to his parents and satisfaction of doing ia her time, of bssW, one SBVBNTH, tfBAR BROADWAY, need real service, to tfcelr country. former LoutsvUle friends, teams. Threc-plec- o BEDROOM SUITES f A JBTBTal twix city league. Suite; the pieces arc of genuine walnut In the William and Mary period design; they consist of a bed, a dresser and a descript merchandis morrow at $9.99. CLOTHES to- ...., o Hw GOOD FIRST, LAST i triple-mirro- AND ALL THE TIME. I Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge co at HIBERNIANS. f ?' M CLOTHING SPECIALISTS lit IKIllll f four-post- er CHAS. H. KNIGHT -- 48-In- ch ,4 STATE SENATOR sub-Elcrjb- NOTICE TO VOTERS. fifty-on- CHAS. C. WHEELER 1- COUNTY JUDGE RUSSELL GAINES Allen E Smith County Surveyor County Assessor THOS E. P. S. RAY niW County Clerk flESPjfR i-- a wv JOHN M. MULLOY BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. m wim nmtHMHi nimttniH I Autos and Taxis For Hire P. BANNON PIPE CO. er f eye-open- er Gal-vi- n, 573-171- 6. .ih. a4 BB -- y mwr-- ! UiimiiimiafriHiiMiiitii itiiiititttititiiiiMji N