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BARKER Kentucky Irish American NO. 24. LOUI5VILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1917. m H SeWLVTtMNNHC SCREENS Pbone 740 bIBkM MUtbr Iron Works Wiret Will Protect Yew VOLUME XXXVIII. PRICE FIVE body of Independent voters. Some new announcements were made this week in tho Democratic contests, which havo put a little "pep" In tho meetings and gatherings of the different clubs. Squire Shiloh ' Hollis entered the race against Pros Ray for County Clerk; OWN. sentatlve Peers, five members of tho Irish Unionist Alliance, Are Sinn. Feinors and fifteen members nominThe ated by the Government. Premier said the Government would prefer that tho convention nominate its own Chairman, but it was rirenared to nominate Illuminative and Instructive nnd submit 1i!h name fo a Chairman Will Prove tho Sourco,qf Great An tho Kins?. N Danger to tho Catholic Lloyd George said the Irish conComment by Dr. J. A. M. vention would be composed of 101 Soldier. Malonoy. representatives. Tho Premier said tho Government had invited each County Council to send its Chair Re- man as a delegate to tho Irish con- A Practical Means of Effective Incumbent to Promote Jnst vention. Tho Urban Councils had Welfare Work For Our been invited to send two reprepresentation ol Various sentatives. Tho churches, ho said, Boys. Irish Parties. by four would bo represented by the Primate Catholic B'shops, repreand Archbishop of Dublin, senting the Protectant religion, and The Call Concedes the Principle by Dr. John Irwin, Moderator of Must Find Means to Reduce to tho Presbyterian Assombly. In Mlnlmun Danger From That Ireland Is a Chambers of Commerce This Evil. of Dublin, Belfast and Cork would Nation. bo represented and there would be five representatives of the Irish Labor Interests. OUR BIT DOING OF WAYS WITHOUT UNITY TASK HOPELESS SCHOOL YEAR. CONVENTION LONELINESS Supreme President Gaudln and notifying Trustee Michael Quinn, them of the splendid new addition to the order. STEVE DUKIGAN DEAD. Many. Louisville friends ' were thocked to hear of tho death-- of Stephen Dunigan, a former Louisville citizen, who for the past years has been located at Hammond, Ind., where he did a prosperous contracting business. He died Tuesday evening after a short sev-or- al REPUBLICANS attract tho attention of the largo -- IMPOSTURES Having An Awful Time to Placate Supporters of UnderFrank County taker Maas. Germans and German-Americans I Refuse fo See Him Jilted by Machine. Unly-Bcckha- m Smith, Councilman Tom Dolan announced for Representative against Will Duffy, and Ed Early, "tho laughing conductor," Jumped into Quito Impossible For the race for Clork of the Police Citizen to Deal With Court aaginst Clay Hall and is forming an organization among the Class. street car men and, as ho says, will put a little comedy In the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE. Much Given For Charity Carried! Off by Fraudulent Beg- Schuster announced for gars.', Assessor against Allen Private This - . . flr fltsssssssr" ( hssV4bV '?'?!ras Candidate For Sheriff Claims Credit For Labor Record. CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD ENDS '''" ' BSSS9SSmS&iaUg' Aasssss!B BSBSSSSSSSSfHfSeP NEW Tho feud in the local Republican The impostor may carry on his But a very short time remains BSSSSBSSL P&TBftfllBBSSSSV "" Certain Irishmen are about to be Em ranks is still on in full blast and, trade by writing or by personal Indrafting our IbBSSbsYsbi V 3?wl as was predicted till the process of named to compose a convention terviews. If the latter- Is his chosen in theso columns, $ ISSSr ;flW young men for tho army will bo BSBBBSSSSSm. which will draft a measure for the modo he Is apt to select as his victho supporters of John Maas for government of Ireland within the Is evident that a largo SSSSSSBSSSSsW begun. It M3BSSSSSSSMi tims either clergymen or thoso who Mayor are determined that he shall British empire. Tho draft will bo proportion of these new soldiers havd" a reputation for openhanded by Lloyd George and his Is, or should not bo shoved aside by the opposiendorsed will be Catholics. It liberality. In either case ho varies is urgent will then be submitted Cabinet and bo, evident that there his story to suit tho disposition and tion element simply because ho is to need of mobilizing .at once, effor approval or rejectioncalling tho a antecedents of thoso whom he apand the Ger of The efficiently, whatever fectively and British Parliament. proaches. If he addresses a clergymans and those of German ance&try this convention is a causo of rejoicresources wo have to meet tho manyq man ho displays a surprising knowl-elg- e In the Republican ranks are backfor It concedes not ing to Irishmen, problems arising from a serious of other clergymen of that deing him to a man. Principal among Ireland is a only tho principle that need of soldier welfare work on tho nomination, or of the doctrines and Herman Loch-ne- r, corollary to this place tho Maas 'backers are Dave Helmer-dinge- r, part of Catholics. That there is illness and the funeral took nation, but also tho organization and leading men of Gus Neurath, by the' from AH Saints' church there Thursprinciples namely, that the Governhis church. If ho applies to a laysuch a need Is evidenced Dan John years Mr. Duni-gn- n Schmelzer, Edward Bucchle, primarily tho constudy of conditions which obtained day morning. For ment of Ireland is man ho is apt to Bhow a similar Geisslor, Robert Tho was prominent dn local political In tho recent mobilization of our familiarity with his family history, cern of tho people of Ireland. seems Gunter, B. C. Burgess and Jake circles, serving as a member of the Wommer, calling of this convention forces on the Mexican border. A or to know all about somo good while the "Allies," as the Bluo" Vocal Class. valuable and careful study of these General Council and as Superinto many of us, moreover, a but absent friend, whom ho claims been designated, are OIon, "Our Flag and conditions was made by Dr. M. J; tendent of the Street Cleaning De- other side has Indication of sincerity in the exheaded by Huston Quln, Dr. T. H. port" Raymond S. Stark. Its Sup- as a friend of his own, and on his existing partment. After retiring from pressed desire of the acquaintance with whom he -- bases Exner, the results of which have Conk-linSolo, "Tell Mo, Bluebell, just appeared dn a pamphlet by the political life he was in business at Baker, Dr. Lewis Ryans, Joe regime in England to settle tho Irish Herman Monroe, William You Dream" August F. Becht.What his appeal. There is no limit to question in conformity with Irish, the infinite variety of his story, American Social Hygiene Associa- Seventh and St. Catherine streets, and A. T. Hert. The latter d ?I2t,0' "0ur FlaS and Our but thero is one permanent feature Most Irishmen aro wishes. tion and entitled "Prostitution In and had many warm friends in the element havo Intimated, and pretty Duty" Robert conJ. Selberz. which appears therefore to regard this Its Relation to the Army On the Dominican parish, who hold him in Duett, "Summer Sea" Waldemar formations histhrough all Its transMexican Border." Tho facts pro- high esteem for his many generous stronglyn at that, that no German or Asmus, temporary need of vention not with distrust as if It Joseph M. Hlldeshelm. should apply for Besides his wife, Mrs. were too good to be true but with duced aro such as justify and call qualities. according Oration, "Our Flag and Private a loan, varying in amount his Republican nomination, while to tho circumstances of a deep sense of the responsibility for Immedlato concerted action to Margaret Dunigan, and one daugh- the victim which it places upon the people of and his confidence in his own ability safeguard our Catholic boys from ter, Miss Marian Dunigan, he is the Maas crowd claim that they put Ownorshlp" Philip S. Dant. Solo. appalling danger which threat- survived by two .'sisters, Mrs. Mary Chilton and Searcy in control of seph T. "Tho (Prayer Perfect" Jo- to carry off tho imposition successIreland at this most critical mothe Garvoy. ment In the world's affaire. ens their morals, tholr own health Crowo and Mrs. Charles Bent, both local Republican affairs and that It It is imposslblo to estimate Chorus, "America" Vocal class. fully. proportion of tho amount an-Conn., and one tho latter don't frame it up for No one protends that a of those with whom they of Bridgeport, what and that Interlude. "Tho Star Spangled nually given In "charity" ds carried behind convention, hold Is Maas then there will bo a new deal. come in contact in fact tho whole brother, Joseph .Dunigan, who claim that Banner" Orchestra. Postal The iMaas supporters social body. It Is a problem vitally connected with tho local of closed doors and under an alien Valedictory and oration, "Our off byit people bo this class, but at they manned every precinct for Chairman, is an ideal convention; must least affecting from a Tollglous, moral, Telegraph Company. admitted that they Rich- pive something in return, and the Axton in 1913 with the red badge Flag and Public Ownership hygienic point of view. are not ideal times for a social and but theso boys and that organization, coupled ard L. Schuhmann. LADIES' BRANCH. to reduce to convention, and generous recogniklll with which they concoct their We must find means with the negro vote, will not accept stories extorts a cortain admiration tion of the difficulties which attend a minimum the danger from this WOUNDS CAUSE DEATH. tentative effort at problem' we a candidate selected by the Allies. even from those on whom they imKngland in this At an enthusiastic meeting held evil. And to attack the pose. must get at the sources. Ono of Friday night at St. John's Hall a whether it bo Huston Quln. Grin- settlement dn the midst of war is William. H. K. Redmond, keeping with Irish standmore in theso is detailed by Dr. Exner when promising ladies' branch of tho stead, Huhloin or anyone else. The of Parliament for the East member to Tho course of action In response division ORPHANS' PICNIC. such appeals should be tho same ards than is suspicion of England's "Loneliness also conho says: Knights ( of America was row has certainly knocked tho plans of Claro and brother good faith. We have the Premier's tributes to the cause of immorality Catholic and started on its mission of Messrs. Chilton and Searcy Into mond, leader aof tho of John Red- . as in tho case of homeless men and instituted Irish National-a- women. The community should England's need and Sixteen parishes were represented in tho soldier. Nothing on tho bora cocked hat, as up to a short timo asBuranceof House ot Commons, died maintain some place of temporary by delegates at a largely attended der Impressed mo more forcefully for good. There '..were present rep- Ago ..they, were in supremo contrpl ij desire for a settlement and his resentatives of .the of d and enthuslast'c meeting held in than tho this convention. of the Central Committee and officers without a trouble in the world, battlo front wounds received on the" detention in which they " may be in France. Ho was cared for while a thorough Inquiry Irreconcilable minorities, whether Knights of Columbus Hall on Mon- many of the soldiers. I havo seen of branches. The installation cere- their word being law as to tho se- wounded Juno 7. Redmond was is mado into tho truth of their Republican or Ulsterite, who with- day night At tho closo of tho hundreds of them walking tho monies wero directed by State Secre- lection of the entire 'Republican one of the most out just causo refuso to participate meeting President Daniel "F. Mur- streets of border towns at night, tary Meehan, Major Gen. Mfchael ticket, and lo and ibehold, they are Nationalist party,brilliant men of tho story, and this should be followed and while an unin this convention of the people of phy said: "I now feel assured that with the restlessness and gnawing Reichert. n compromising advocate of home either by such help as their situaTrustee Joe torpedoed by the tion Ireland merely condemn themselves the picnic will be a grand success." of loneliness expressed In face and McGinn and President element for daring to try and shove rule, was ono of the most popular of demands, should their account William and their cauco before the bar of The meeting was opened With prayer manner. Many havo told mo that Cushlng. men in Parliament and tho country. legalthemselves prove true, or by Good feeling prevailed Maas to one side. which by Father Hill, of St. Ann's, who they visited Immoral houses not be punishment should It be the - world's opinion. The task stuMayor Buschemeyer did exactly said that although his congregation cause or any strong craving ror and all present promised their as- right Thursday in calling tho hand On tho outbreak qf tho war ho fictitious. Unwillingness on their tho- convention undertakes is supported the causo part to accept shelter in such a sistance in making the Louisville pendously difficult even if all the was a small ono it had thlrty-fly-o immoral relations, but because of ladies' one of the strongest of Brumleve, candidate for Mayor, of tho Entente Allies, and at tho refuga Is In Itself rather a strong convened are pervaded by tho spirit members in tho orphan society,. their desire for sympathetic com- in the branch speech Wednesday night who in hopeIt was evident during tho prog- panionship with tho opposite sex, officers country. Following aro the charged athat there were dummies first opportunity sought and ob- Indication of fraud. of compromise; it ds frankly tained a commission elected: in an Irish preSomotlmes an applicant less If even a minority of Irishmen ress of tho meeting that he great- which desire Is strengthened by ab l, and tho matter regiment, although well over the sent strong reasons why hewill not Presldont Miss Teresa McDer-mot- t. on the city for tho welfare est Interest centers in the disposal sence from home." Now right hero can refuse to is now before the grand jury, where ago limit. He had risen to the rank afford the loss of time Involved In of Ireland. No matter what the of books for tho $1,000 lot donated Is tho key to a most timely and Vice President Mrs. Margaret Brumlove's remarks will bo made of Major. After Major Redmond's ench a course; a friend is dying, or O'Donaghue. decision of the convention be, if the by Bishop Theso effective means or combatting tno to an audlenco otherwise than a regiment went to Franco he made work is waiting for him which will convention is so constituted that nil books are In denominations of forces of immorality. We can all 'Welch. few appearances in tho House of be Recording forfeited by delay, or there la Irish parties are justly represented $1, ?2 and $5. As an evidence of of us attack immorality by attack- tina Hermes. Secretary Miss Mar- collection of aro trying toand Re Commons. publicans who stir up within it, then Irishmen the world tho popularity of tho scheme, dt ing and minimizing this loneliness, Major Redmond left tils' following somo other pressing need for hasto. Financial Secretary Mrs. Ellon trouble in tho party. It was obHero again dt Is wise to make use over must agree to abide faithfully might bo mentioned that Al Smith, In all the cities and communities Scott. dated December 16, of tho associated charities, which served in these columns at' the out statement, by that decision. It Is therefore from the Cathedral parish, an- where our soldiers will be mobilized Treasurer Miss Mamie McGulre. set that if Brumleve conducted his 1916, In tho care of his solicitor in usually correspondents havo now incumbent upon us to promote, nounced that Father Rock, the rec- or stationed our Catholic clubs and At eo far as lies In our power, the Just tor, had purchased $500 worth of societies should make it a point to the- - the next meeting delegates to campaign on the high plane he in- Ireland, which was mado , public on throughout the country.. No matter will be tended to and not bo guided by tho Wednesday: Central Committee whero the applicant's dying friend representation of the various Irish books individually. It is believed throw open the privileges and social "If I die abroad I will give my or waiting work may" bo located, the office disgruntled his seekers parties in that convention and to that the, pastors and people outsltie and recreational facilities of their named. wife my last thought and lovo and agent can generally reach by telechances for the nomination would neglect no means by which harmony of the city will purchase books, in club rooms or meeting quarters. A KENTUCKY HONORED. large lots. Charles O'Connor, Chair- little judlcdous advertising of the recolve more consideration from the ask her to pray that we meet here- graph or telephone somo other agent may be made to prevail thero. voters. The men guiding his can- after. I shall die a true Irish who in a few hours will return an Redmond, whose present man of the Committee on Grounds, fact that their rooms aro at tho Mr. Monday night Hon. Edward J. didacy are men who had served in Catholic, humbly hoping for tho answer proving tho truth or falsity is nu- Bai'd tho grounds would be in fine disposal of soldier visitors will bring strength Parliamentary GovMcDormott, former Lieutenant merically threo to four times greater shape for the accommodation of a goodly stream of the boys. office under Democratic reign for mercy of God, through the interces- of the story told. was awarded ernor of It is quits impossible for the than that of tho Ulsterites, has mag- many thousands of people, W. G. Again regular evenings, particu- the degree Kentucky, by Notre Dame several years and their grievance is sion of his Blessed Mother, whose of. LL. D. nanimously proposed to forego this Hume, of St. James parish, said his larly the evenings of pay days, when all private citizen, acting alone, to deal that tho party did not pension them help I have ever invoked advantage, to. share numerical congregation had already purchased the danger of spending their newly University at the graduating exer- for Hfo. That Brumlevo's candidacy through life. I should like all of satisfactorily with theso street begcises that closed the diamond jubilee has drooped and faded under their my friends in Ireland to know that gars. He has neither tho time nor equality with the Ulsterites at the 1,000 admission tickets. If all the acquired money for drink and convention. This spirit is a good others do as well there will be purposes is greatest, should celebration. Mr. McDermott deliv- guidance is observant to everyone in joining tho Irish Brigade and the resources to' givo the help that omen. Since dt has so far become 24,000 people at the picnic. The be set aside for special feature en- ered an address at tho university on and today it is plainly evident that going to Franco I sincerely be- they require. His usual feeling is n lieved, as tho Irish soldiers do, that that he can give a little, and that manifest might it not materialize large number of ladles in attend- tertainments by the .various Catholic the preceding day at the dedication he will not even run close to n out of the ance, the Chairman said, was an clubs and societies. Movies could of the Notre Dame Library. At the further. in any one ward, and the pre- I was doing my best for tho welfare If every ono else would do the same evidence that the work would not be provided, entertainments, the applicant's heed would be met. 258 public bodies in Ireland card commencement exercises tho Rev. cincts ho carries can be counted on of Ireland In every way," mainly elected of old by the Red- lag any longer. Joe Nevln, being parties, decently regulated dances, C. J. O'Connell, pastor of tho centu- your two hands. That is due simfThe trouble with this plan Is that. Cathedral Church- of St. ply to his peanut .campaign methgremlins iuo uyimiaiui iu uu uuum mond machine recently sent dele- called upon for a speech, said he smokers should be arranged and the ry-old BIG LAWN FETE. gates to Count Plunkett's Republi- was no speaker, but he would say soldiers rounded up and invited. It Joseph at Bardstown, received an ods, attracting the attention of the and anxious to make tho beet ot honcan convention in Dublin. Twenty that one woman was worth five men might even be good to detail a LL D. A third KentucklanCooney, Republican organ alone with his The annual lawn fete of the St. his situation, the help thus received to thirty others are alleged to ha,ve in an event of this kind. Council- committee to make special effort to ored was Prof. John M. charges of stolen fertilizer (what an Louis Bertrand Church Debt and In small and irregular sums is not decided not to send delegates only man Thomas Dolan, who Is always get the soldiers to come, and even formerly editor of the Nelson Rec- awful crime) and how somo one ran Building Fund will be held on the enough to enable him to rise into President of Is If by the casting vote of the Chairman. trying to do something for the personally conduct them to the ord and Owensboro, who Columbian away with a street cleaner's wages. Bpaclous lawn adjoining Bertrand any better condition. morehehelp College, was given d of the orphans, also made a very happy meeting place. needs h to Hall next Monday, Tuesday From and fielpable helikely to far Gov. Stanley has been flitting in Wednesday, John B. obtain through is public bodies are therefore actively speech, predicting the success of evenings the degree of Ph. D. and electricians are now These .special feature this past week and his busy stringing lights g'ving, and alms In sympathy with some phase,, so- the picnic: The meeting closed with could be made the occasion of giv- Campbell, Jr., Windsor Place, Louis- and outsay for illumina unorganized merely keep the along there is no him cial, economic or political, of the prayer by the Rev. Father Charles ing a short, pithy, effective talk to ville, was graduated 'from the school friends on the Sheriffs one better tion. The different church socle- - he receives race than ties Holy of architecture, coming from Fort posted from day to day in a degrading ocRepublican programme. The chiv- P. Raffo. Another meeting will be the boys on their religious duties, on Society, Altar Name Is alrous quality which led Redmond held next Monday night at the saving their earnings for their de- Benjamin Harrison in United States he, and he of aware of the gumshoe Sodality, Young Ladies' Sodality and cupation. If on the other hand he the methods uniform to receive his certificate. (s a fradulent beggar, deliberately to waive his numerical superiority same place, and President Murphy pendents and to provide for the crowd, who are trying to secure the St. Thomas Sodality is will all have making use of a real infirmity or over his brethren in Ulster may now believes that all of the parishes will time pt return to civil life, on the booths and there considerable exploiting WILL ORGANIZE WORK. nomination for McNaliy in the- - in- good natured rivalry being mania pretended ono In order graciously lead him to make a be represented. dangers of Immorality and. kindred terest of prohibition and the similar renunciation , on behalf of topics. fested as to which will make the to live easily on the alms intended Were the priest In charge programme. best efaowdng. Each of these socie- to relieve genuine distress for an Trinity Council is the first local machine the Republicans. CELEBRATE BHITHDAY. of tho society to mingle compan-ionabl- y society beof the artistic preMore than equal representation with the boys he might necessitytoof take cognizance canton About the most amusing thinglabor ties have secured many handsome Impostor by dint of anlarge organizing for returns ing circulated is an alleged at the convention neither the Ulster and useful articles to be disposed sentation will secure Club, at make many a splendid spiritual con St. Helena's nor the Republican minorities can an Informal reception held Monday quest. Or again the same societies ment work for our soldiers. A war record of McNaliy, in which It Is of, and as the sale of each will be where an honest man will barely composed of James claimed that great credit la due him credited to the respective booths support himself most people will expect or seek. A convention com- at the St Helena's Commercial might secure from the commandant relief committee posed of equal numbers pt Nation- College, 625 South . Fourth street, of the barracks or station the per- B. Kelly, Eugene J. Cooney and u. tor his wonderful efforts on ibehalf quite an array of nice things have agree that help given him is wasted. alist, Republican and Ulster repre- celebrated the founding of the In- mission to give soma social affair J. Sandman has been appointed by of organized labor in his short stay been secured. Tuesday and Wednes- Indeed it is far worse than wasted, sentatives would be constituted as stitution, which .was established one as alluded to in the large mess teats Trinity Council, Y. M. I. to form a In the Legislature, and his press day afternoons will be devoted to for under a wise and kinder treatcentral organisation to be composed agents even go so far as to claim the children and prizes suitable for ment he might be led or forced into Justly as is now , possible without year .ago. Prof. George B. Selby or mess rooms of the barracks. of having recourse to an election. An spoke on "Appreciation of Music." This ds but one of a large num- of the various Catholic organizations credit for a bill which bears the the young ones will be set aside a Jefferson county. election la apparently neither sanc- Two. vocal and an Instrumental ber of effective, inexpensive and name of his opponent Senator for. those days. Games of skill and life, whereas under his present conThe object of the proposed or-- " Robertson. The.wrlter holds a tioned nor contemplated in Ire numDer were also on the pro- Btill worthy ways of "doing our ditions he is steadily going downto look after the card of many years standing in a humor will be ascattered throughout hill, morally and often physically. gramme. At the close the entire bit" that army life be made safe ganlzation will be pleasant evening is the lawn and land at present. Tf all the money which Is now England's sense of her absolute audience sang the "Star Spangled for our boys. Whero there is a physical, social and mental comforts union labor organization and this is assured those who attend. On need of America, and the challenge Banner," - The reception room was true sense of our responsibility to of the soldiers who will be stationed the first time he has ever seen tne Wednesday, the closing evening, a given at the door or on the street to eamp. It was to decorated with flags and banners those of our own household of the at the Audubon Park of France for a square deal lotto will be and unknown applicants money which' advanced that McNaliy the meeting to Interest claimMoses of organized labor was euchre and left over from held fete Is sometimes merely wasted, but Ireland may bring about a happy and a birthday cake containing a faith charity and zeal will be very decided at councils of the and the prizes Y. M. I. the Ithe the. which is more actively harmful solution, of this vexatious problem. thimble and ring was passed among ingenious In devising means the led OLa. other rol.Ur lAtiiuift In "Maw hadhe inthem out of stay wilderness. will be awarded. .1.. were (reserved by its givers for use Irishmen generally are justified in tne guests. Tne club has grown cheating temptation of its prey. But at Frankhis short Columbus If in either their own or an agent's waiting for evidence of her sincerity rapidly and is now composed ENTERTAINMENT. of what we do must be done quickly, Albanv. the Knbzhls of d and CREDITABLE fort did so much a Catuoiio federation, before committing themselves to over 200 members. It. has for its efficiently, prudently and gener- and the will be held tonight at alone then the people of Jefferson Bertrand Hall was taxed to its personal work, based on accurate meeting; knowledge of the needs of the perpromise of d purpose the helping df young girls ously. any' C. B. of C. V. Trinity Council Hall., at which the county seem to nave wasiea a great utmost limit Wednesday evening, son deajt with and having for its operation in a proposal which for out of work, annual purpose his ultimate restoration to deal of money in sending any- - of the occasion being the plans of the proposed organisation the moment seems devised so as to CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. the other representatives to the commencement exercises ot Holy complete independence, the problem will be perfected. HOME LAWN FETE. throw upon Ireland the responsiRosary Academy. A morality play scene. securing sufficient aid for the bility which really belongs to The Central Committee of the In direct contrast to the cam- entitled "Every 'Maid" was given by of COMBS HOME .TODAY. ' poor would be well on Its way t very important meeting of the Catholic Knights of America held A paign of Brumleve is the dignified the pupils, leading parts being. solution. Lawn Fete Committee of the Visits). the regular monthly meeting Friday in his taken by Misses Ethel Greeley, of Charley friends of The tkm Home will take place in the night at St, John's Hall, with a Dr, A. many patients and pleased to course to the voters Oronan nomin- Katharine Menne, Margaret Brady, Tin LOOKS 0000. appeal for tho R. Bixot will be YOUNG MEN'S UNION. parlors of the home next Tuesday very good attendance, all Interest today from and election. His platform Mary Victor Collins, Margaret Oolt he the John Redmond, the Nationalist evening at 8 o'clock. The Chair- ed in the Institution ofgreaterladies' learn that Ind.,wHl return has been ation announced this week has created and Margaret Wagner. The drill of forty-thir- d where he annual convention Dart Kramer, leader, will be Invited to nominate men of the different committees. branch, to which the comment from Fame and her minions, represented of The Catholic Young Men's Nathe together with their assistants, are of the time was given. President taking the Mudlavla baths for rheu- much favorable five members or tne men conven- pupils, was especially most, satisfactory re- voters of all parties, and the section by the smallertional Union will he held la the tion. Premier Lloyd George an- requested to attend this meeting to William Cushlnr and Secretary matism with to the diversion of the pleasing. Closing remarks were city' of Philadelphia, beginning was stricken, two nounced in the House of Commons make arrangements for the coming Henry Schulten rushed the routine sults. Dr. Bisotfor a time his con- pertaining Water Company's surplus earnings made by Very' Rev. T. L. Crowley Saturday, August 18. His Grace the and Monday. Sir John Lonsdale will lawn fete, which will he given at business and all wera elated with months ago .very serious. Since his Is being highly commended, appeal- who paid quite a tribute to the Archbishop of Philadelphia, In a Jhre Summers Park on Tuesday, July 24. the night's work. Instructions were dition was be invited also to nominate ing especially to the taxpayers. Mr. teaehers of Holy Rosary and told of letter to the President or the ormembers, 'he Premier added, and we also mk su tuose who win given the .Entertainment Committee arrival at the Mualavia his has been steady and his Cronan's platform as a whole has the benefits of education when ac- ganisation, formally welcomes the William O'Brien two raemners. - kindly volunteer their services to to arrange for the annual summer the true Democratic ring and will companied by religious teaching, convention to Philadelphia. outing and telegrams sent Supreme jhcjlth seems fully restored. There would be ten Irish repre- attend. - pro-pare- non-elect- ed (Presentation Academy ended its school year Monday mornlifg, tho commencement exercises being enjoyed, by a gathering of friends and rolatlves of the graduates that filled all tho spaco In tho academy auditorium. There were many of the clergy present and Bishop O'Donag-hu- o delivered tho annual address to the graduates, in which ho emphasized to, the pupils that their "life work was just beginning, and that tho school education which closed educational lines for most of his hearers was tho preparation for the work of guiding their own particular ship." The programme closed with the singing by the graduates and tho audlenco of "The Star Spangled Banner." honors wero conferred on Misses Rose M. Burkley, Lyda E. Graves, Ethel Graves, Marguerite A. Kastnor, Agnes F. Mandlehr, Florence A. PIko, Mildred A. Schnelder-ha- n and Lula E. Wurtole. Literary certificates wero given to Misses Alma Ethel Bomar, Helen Julia Coumey, Mary Lorine Kolb, Florence Angela Pitt and Evelyn Adeline Snyder. Then followed tho conferring of crowns and diplomas on Misses Margaret Adele Brown, Josephine Celestlno Cavanaugh, Margaret Lucille Dant, Kathryn. Ruth Donnelly, Mary Francos Everin, Dorothy Elizabeth- FegenbuBh, Mary Rose Henry, Irene Josephine-Kehrer- , Alvina Elizabeth Martlneck, Lucille Lillian O'Connor, Edna Bertha Pfelffer, Kathryne Marie Schaofer. - German-America- n, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Juno 19 and 20, at 8 o'clock, when forty-tw- o young men will receive graduation honors. Tho Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, o. P., will deliver the address Tuesday evening. Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue The will confer tho degrees at the exercises of tho collego, department. Tho Blupp.l address to tho graduates will ho made by Francis Dougherty, of tho class of 1908. The following programme will be rendered: Overture, "Tho Moonlight" Orchestra. Saluatory and oration, "Our Flag and Restricted Immigration" Jtob-oS, Parsons. Chorus, "Tho Rally," Vocai Class. Oration, "Our Flag and Unrestricted Immigration" Honry A. Bauer. rt cises of St. Xavior's College will be held In tho collego auditorium Tho annual commencement exer- Their Methods and Skill WItk Which They Concot Stories. HOW TO "SOLVE THIS PROBLEM do-tall- ed g, rn Hey-bu- German-America- ? - of-fer- of -- State-"Councr- l,' lonellness-in-the-crow- German-America- . whole-hearted- ly pay-rol- . dm-rao- ral Cro-na- Fifty-seve- - N. one-fift- one-thir- Haly-Beckha- in Haly-Beckha- m single-hande- whole-hearte- Bay-lan- d. . 11P1 -w Ssi'jfeSr. . SsittffiS ft'. .& 'iJi - iiWi MMM "y . BZJ&XWXJOJKTX: rtffcXJSH AJMORXOLOAHZt . KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED COMING EVENTS. Hvt4.te m Serial OMeleay Uei mi Nwil EVBRY SATURDAY. A4TKmmai WWi Aawrkaae art Cewfc ' PiUilfftey by Aaaewt Oeier aJaeataaOftMac jmiciurTioN price, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PHIMTINO CO., IcoTrc, pbr year ' simple on dollar copy ffiw LOtliVIULl, KY SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1917 rolled themselves for war service. Tho manhood of the nation obeyed the .President's call and volunteered almost 100 per cent, strong. Within the next few weeks about ono dn ten of those who registered will be called Into service. DISLOYALTY OF SOCIALISTS. DEVOTED TO COUNTRY. I, The dally papers of the country have had considerable to say, during the past, about unpatriotic acts Most of these in various places. have had to do with opposition to registration and disrespect to the flag of the country. plots were uncovered In some Instances and a few arrests have been made. Among those arrested at Columbia were two students University, New York, and one student of Barnard, a woman's of some prominence In the East, also the Master of the Guardians of Liberty at Columbus, Ohio. Socialists have been actlvo In opposition to tho Government and acts and utterances disrespectful to the flag and nation have been reported in many large cities. ' Gentle reader, asks tho True Voice, have you noted any disloyal propaganda emanating from a Cathtime of olic college during this trial? As far as we know none has been reported in tho press of the country. Have Catholics been tearing down flags or seeking to (induce young men to refrain from registering? Nothing of the sort has been given publicity. On tho contrary, we have read of patriotic utterances by Catholic prleste everywhere urging wholehearted, support of the Government. While the Socialists are taking down tho flags of the country and opposing the Government in evory way, and while the Knights of Luther are in hiding, Catholics are loyally doing their duty by their country. Tho day when patriotism is put 'to the test is here; and behold the contrast! Those who in times of peace busied themselves with making charges of unpatriotlsm against Catholics are now lurking in their hiding places or tearing down American flags, while Catholics are supporting their country with all the means at their disposal, and offering their lives as a sacrifice- on the altar of patriotism The people of Amorlca can judge who is loyal and who unpatriotic hy the action of men when tho real test of patriotpatriotic ism comes. Tho societies aro not volunteering for service. Catholics are volunteering In such numbers as to attract the attention and the praise of secular editors. They can leave to Social-let- s and their kind the notoriety attaching to tearing down flags and cursing the Government. That is not their brand of patriotism. Where sacrifices for country aro to be made they will always be found in the front rank. In times of peace they are not denouncing their fellow men and seeking to create unjust suspicions of their patriotism; but in time of war no ono dare question their patriotic devotion to tho country that shelters them. col-le- go - June 18 St. Patrick's euchro hall. and lotto nartv. in school Thirteenth and Market. Lawn fote by June Church Debt and Building Fund of St. Louis Bertrand's enurch. June 19 Trinity Council moonlight excursion on steamor Pilgrim. Juno 24 Annual outing of Social Democratic Club at Klondyko outing camp. July 4 Catholic Orphan Society picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage grounds. 1 Lawn fete of- - St. July Ann's church on school grounds. Outlntr and Dlcnlc of .Tiilv 15 Bandana Democratic Club at Spring Bank Park. July 17 Picnic of St. Aloyslus church, Pewco Valley, on church grounds. July 17. St. Paul's church picnic and outing at Woodland Garden. 9 Annual garden party July of St. Anthony's Hospital, auspices 20 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the koaae 1s brightest; Where the work to Ugh test; Where the neal to cooked best; Where the range standi the test That's where the "Quick Meal" cones Where work to quickly done; Where cooking seems real fan; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge la oat of sight the That's where "Quick Meal"' comes la. IBApoNasoiR INCORPORATED (i- - We de and Redeem Surety Coupons. 10-1- Qalek Meal Gaa JEtaBgea Sold, Installed aad Highly Ilecorumadct HOUSEKEEPERS' GEHER & SON own 215 W. MARKET ST. e year-olStart a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Sixty-onDank, to which joucan add f 1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever same courteous attention given the depositor of jJ.CO or the depositor ot f 10,00. The d ioioa:r.. June Furniture Sale I wo lmvo arranged to accommodate llicso young homo builders with tho needed furnlsliliigs, and to do so at prices and terms Oiat ninko their purchase an easy matter. FREE INITIATION to Club Plan during this sale. homes, June being a month that sees tho establishment of mart' now 18-1- Various explanations rortne disloyalty of Socialists at this time have been offered. These may be true and they may be of no value whatever. Tho fact remains that Socialism is in very bad odor on account of tho attitude of the party at a critical time in tho nation's history. Explain it as they may, Socialists who are loyal must' adiM..33aauuatt33xr.g8aoeo mit that the resolution of tho St. g Louis convention places upon them the stigma of disloyalty. That is tho reason why some of the former S3C8Sm83SS3SSS3StteegK8SSa leaders of tho party aro quitting Morgan Parlln has been spending They realizo that tho movement. they can not bo Socialists and loyal tho week at Atlanta. Americans at tho samo time. Miss Louise O'Kecfe has gone to Truro, Mass., whero she will spend AVIIO DARE SAY? tho summer. grim. July 24 Lawn Fete for Visitation Home for Working Girls. L July 25 Annual picnic for St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, .rnoenix Hill Park. Julv 30 Annual A. O. H. picnic at Phoenix Hill Park. Aug. 1 Annual picnic of Mackin Council, at Summers Park. August 16 Annual reunion and picnic of St. Leo's church at Highland Grove, Thornsberry's Park. IMtr fee of Sewing Society. by ' July 19 Moonlight excursion Trinity Council on Steamer Pil- GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Bit Cltk Stale Gewnntnt SuptnrislM Second and Market AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES BEDROOM SUITES Tlirce-plec-e PEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. Suite; tho pieces aro of genuine walnut In the William and Mary period design; they consist of a bed, a dresser and a Tho first payment Is FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 BAST BROADWAY. FRANK DACHER Communion The monthly Household Club Plan payments are J8.00. $10.05 The entire price is $109.50. Threopleco Suite of genuine walnut In tho Louis XVI. period do- toner, tame ana a sign; xno pieces aro a dou, a inpio-mirrchiffonier. The monthly Household Club Plan payments are S8.00. Tho first payment is $10.35 or , VJIUltJ IAIIU 1 lUU.UVt DINING-- ROOM SUITES Nino-picc- o SOGIETY. and Confirmation The boys who would bo dresfced in perfect taBto on tho .important occasion of their confirmation will find tho "Boys' Store" finely equipped to supply their Splendid apparel needs. pinch-bac- k and Norfolk styles the very newest designs; bluo serges and other flno woolen fabrics, tailored with the greatest caro to insure satisfying wear. Wonderful qualities from VvugK tigggflg& A EeaLaEEEeaWP Suites; William and Mary period design In a rich dull golden finish; it consists of a buffet, a round-to- p extension table chairs, covered with Spanish! leather. and G slip-seThe monthly Household Club HPlan payments are $12.00. Tho first payment is $13.85 Tho entire price is $138.50. at A CANDIDATE FOUR-ROO- M OUTFIT Reports from Washington state that about 180,000 American soldiers will be sent to France before Of them approximately winter. 140,000 will be members of the regular army and National Guard. There will he nine regiments of engineers, a force of marines, G.000 aviators, a destroyer flotilla, 1,000 doctors and thousands of nurses. Wo are getting ready to go into tho war in earnest. But it will bo well Into next year before tho presence of American soldiers In Franco can have more than a moral effect. And then how long until the end? No one dare say. DANGEROUS. visited relatives last week in Indianapolis. Miss Alice Hayes has returned from a visit to Miss Emily Lyman at Richmond, Va. Mrs. Eliza Cain, of Taylorsvllle, is hero to spend several weeks with Mrs. Emma Arnold. Mrs. Thomas Moynahan, of Jeffer-sonvill- e, FOR CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4, 1917. JQS. gggg A. LUDWIG 'Mgggg iting Miss Mamlo Andrlot has been Mrs. H. P. Cleland. Mrs. at Anchorage, the guest vis- Parlor, Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen Outfit O A mahogany duofold bed settee, a duofold mattress, a mahogany library table and two mahogany rockers, ono with a leather seat and the other with a wood seat. bed, a flno coil spring, a fine felt mattress, a A mahogany dresser and chiffonier and a mahogany chair and rocker. round-to- p A oak extension table, a large buffet, a large china cabinet and 6 chairs with genuine leather slip seats. A white enameled kitchen cabinet, a plain kitchen tablo and two strong wood chairs. Tho monthly Household Club Plan payments are $25.00. The first payment Is $31.73 The entire cost of this outfit is $317.30. four-post- er 48-ln- of Edward Barry entertained her GOO club Monday afternoon at her home In Deer Park. St. MIbs Blancho Campion, of Marys, Ind., has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfeiffer. ggK 'a? flHisgggggl ,'nggggggi gggS BBga. Mngggggggggc a8i)eX i-- $5 up to $18 FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE Has been the favorite kind. Tho quality is the best and our prices are tho fairest. Try our New Blend, 3 2 lbs Miss Ethel Evans has been spendTho Junior Order brought up tho week In rear of the Flag day parade Thurs- ing tho Miss EmmaLoltchfield, tho Mae Kelly. guest of day with thlrty-sl- x men in lino. Taking part In flag parades now Is Frank Pooley and wife have remore dangerous than In times of turned from a visit to Peter Seiner and family at North Vernon, Ind. peace. Miss Edith Doherty, Now Albany, Wo regret that several ladles of has with her this week her mother, high social standing are endeavor- Mrs. Henry Doherty, of Tampa, Fla. flTf wuu fT LEVY'S Third and Market noon CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER If nominated and elected I promise to devote my time to the duties of the office and further the interests ot the people. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary Aupust 4, 1917. jgff&gfl.gggggggggggggggr Special Auto Delivery Scryic. JOHN M. MULLOY Both Phones 1323 313 W. Market St. 1885. ESTABLISHED ing to use tho Children's Protective Malono Mrs. John Association for political purposes. will leave thoT.last of thoand family month to One lady took advantage of the remain until fall at their cottage at meeting Tuesday afternoon to call Bay View, Mich. upon all present to attend a mass V Frank X. Leonard and bride have meeting and lend thir Influence toy returned from their wedding trip ward securing the nomination of and are at homo to their friends at her ' favorite candidate. This kind 1635 West Cak street. of work will not aid in raising funds C. P. Walmssley, C. E. Gaupin, supposed to bo for public welfare P. Voor and H. Haynes, all of nor beget confidence In the Women's J. thds city, were among thoso regis City Club. tered last week In New York city, Many workingmen think the United Trades and Labor Assembly has become too critical. Its de witness tho marriage of Zachary T. Underwood and Miss Pearl E. Head. Miss Louise Pfeiffer, cousin of tho brldo, was tho maid of honor, and William Underwood was his brother's best man. to y, 1017 August Primary 1017 ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. High in Heat. Low in Ash. HATS OFF TO SHEKLEY. During the past week the German and Austrian armies have suffered losses, and their counter-attack- s to dislodge the British from newly SEE NO WKONG. gained positions have signally B. II Townsloy, Master Custodian failed. of the Lincoln Court, Guardians of Liberty, Columbus, Ohio, Is on trial ST. MICHAEL'S. Incriminating and for treason, At St. Michael's church, 220 treasonable documents having been found in his room by Secret Service Brook street, the children of the men. His fellow patriots tin the parish will make their first comGuardians say he will not be ex- munion tomorrow morning at 7:30 pelled from the order, which is not o'clock, with a high mass and auga. surprise to many, who expect them mented choir. After the 10 o'clock which will be a the and their Junior compatriots to start mass, communicants of low mass, the first this and a fund for Townsley's defense. preceding year will be confirmed by the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-huthe services closing with bene-(- 1 TAKE CAKE. ltd on of the blessed sacrament. Again another vacation season has Father Martin O'Connor, the pastor, are and tho Sisters have taken great arrived and again Catholics care with the preparations for this given warning that they should seek very important event. only places where there are resident PinL DWYBR DEAD. priests. Abundant rest and recreation can be found in localities where Philip J. Dwyer, one of the most there Is opportunity to hear mass notable figures on the American 'on Sunday and to receive the turf, died last Saturday just as the in case of sudden illness. Suburban Handlcao was beinz run People should not forget that in at Belmont Park, and which' was' seriowj matters k k criminal to take the first one be had missed elnsw naawweeary risks. 1884. The death of Phil Dwyer Re moves xue ibbi iinn or tub iamous Dwyer team In. turf history, his MILLIONS BNROLLBD. brother Hike, the famous plunger, Registration day, with, but a few dying several years ago broke, while an Immense ' fortune. Phil .weeks of preparation, saw the flsst Soma leaves ago Phil retired front .time military census ever; taken in the aetive servios, jiving his 'famous United States completed without a raelBg eel org to Price KcKinney and James Oorrlgan, .these colors being single aaieward event of recent rsee, meeting . atiMusa. wnaa it to estimated that seen 4a thestable being known as here, the em- -' 10,000,000 yMB AMericaa the Wlekliffe Stable.. . . e, sacraments ecc-ns- Collier's "Weekly refers to Congressman Swagar Sherley as one of the brainiest and best men In Congress, and his latest achievement In securing an army camp site for this district has more than endeared himself to tho people hero and vindicated their Jiidgmeut in sending Mm as their representative for tho seventh consecutive term or fourteen-years- . nunciations aro much like convictions without trials. Labor will not o heed men who have for their notoriety and personal gain rather than advancement for tho tolling masses. With the I. W. W. and Socialists these critics belong outside tho trades union ranks. pur-pos- Louisville's Flag day observance was creditable from every viewpoint. The Xnlghtd of jColumbus, tho Elks and the First Kentucky were cheered all along the routo for their splendid appearance. Miss Elizabeth Kromer, who was graduated from Dana Hall, Welles-leMass., has returned to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kremer, at their homo on Cherokee parkway, before going to Butte, Mont, to be bridesmaid for her cousin, Miss Florence Mr. and Mrs. J. Gorge Rush and Tuohy, and John It. Gaul. son havo returned from Columbus, The marriage of Miss Marie C. Ind., where they spent last Week with their mother, Mrs. Mary F. Sternberg and William G. Buckel, heretoforo announced, will take Rush. place next Tuesday morning In St. church at 8 Tho many friends of Mrs. Wini- Francis of Assissl Rev. Father Rothheut, the fred Honncssy, of East Breckinridge o'clock. will perform the ceremony, street, will bo sorry to learn that pastor, will be Miss she has been seriously ill ror the and the attendants Anna Schweinhardt, Miss Bertha past ten days. Miller, Theodoro A. Buckel and Cahlll was honor Walter H. Meagher. Mrs. James guest of Mrs. Roy E. Lottlch when Invitations been Issued for she entertained her auction bridge the marriage havoMiss Mary of Eileen club at her home in Now Albany Neighbors, tho popular and accomon Thursday of last week. plished daughter of Mrs. Nellie Cecilia Miss Sullivan arrived Neighbors, and Charles A. Green, Thursday placo home Wednesday from tho Sacred which will take to afternoon, June 21, at 3:30 o'clock Heart Academy in Cincinnati spend tho summor with her parents, at St. Mary Magdaleno church. This will bo one of tho most (interesting Mr. and Mrs. Owen Sullivan. of the Juno weddings, both parties circle of friends Upon their return from their wed- having a wide ding trip Louis J. Hackett and here and out in the State. bride, who was Miss Lucille O'Reilly, FOR TOIilCB JUDGE. will go to housekeeping In an apart ment at 1231 Bardstown road. The Kentucky Irish American Is Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gorman, who authorized to announce the candihave been visiting Mrs. Gorman's dacy of Samuel J. Boldrlck for resister, Mrs. Kathorine O'Hara, Sev- election as Judge of the Police enth and Elm, Now Albany, havo Court, subjoct to the action of the returned to their home in East St. Democratic party. Judge Boldrlck has given such universal satisfaction Louds. In the Police Court that there Is In fact Mr. and Mrs. Edward McEUlott, no doubt of his Misses Mario Dougherty, Margaret Democrats and Republicans alike Williams and Margaret Ross ar- express themselves freely about how rived home Monday from Washing- clean the Police Court has been ton, whero they attended the Con- kept under the administration of Judge Boldrlck. A local paper of federate reunion. April 1C, 1017, has this to say Mrs. A. F. Wathen had as house about the conduct of Judge Boldrlck guests at her home in Meadowbrook as Police Judge of the city of last week Miss Elizabeth Qulnn, Louisville: of Cincinnati; Miss Ella Donovan, "On the bench of the Police of jeffersonvllle, and Miss Anita Court Judge Boldrlck Is fair, Shrader, of New Albany. courteous, considerate and inflexibly just. The value to the city of posMisses Mary McCann and Minnie sessing such an official a May Christ motored to Bardstown tribunal such as the Police in Wednesday, where they were joined ean not be overestimated. We Court hear by the former's father, Co!. T. J, Boldrlck spoHen of as a 'big McCann, who accompanied them on Judge for the Democratic party, and asset' a .tour through the Bluegrass. It Is to the party's credit that It Euuene W. Leet and bride, who has nominated and elected so. comwas Miss Betelle L. Duttllnger, will. petent and courageous a man to this court. But Judge Boldrlck is return next week from their honey- a 'big asset' 'for the city of Louismoon trip, epent. la the South, and make their home with the bride's ville, for the results' of his administration of the Police Court are felt parents, at 3804. West Broadway. In every part of the city." Arthur KHng returned Tuesday ST. PATRICK'S. from college at Cincinnati to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. The ladles of St. Patrick's parand Mrs. Benjamin Kllng. He was aoeomnlishsd by Sheldon Baker, a ish will give their next euchre and rlaetmate, who was his guest for lotto party on Monday night In the school hall at Thirteenth and Martheweek-ead- . ket and, will he prepared to enterThose who Ttt. Patrick's oaurca was throaged tain, a. large gathering. jflth their frtead Tatirsday after-- will have' charge are Misses TSizle -- tggg'Sfcggggggggggg vPggKggggggggggggggn S6ANL0N 60flL 60IHPflNy INCORPORATED. WM. T. McNALLY OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party, NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Home City 405 (Garab. Sooth 415- SHERIFF FOR M. B. KENDRICK lfpMp Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 Oivc us a trial for first - class service. We are as close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs i sir specialty. Olve us a call. Lee Yottng Automobile Co SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. jSggHgggggggggggggw HggggggHr PRACTICING LAWYER FOR BE SURE TO GALL FOR YEARS TWNTl".FIYE CANDIDATE Fifth Migfft!l MAGISTRATE District FOR McKENNA First, Sseend, TMfd Wufe Subject to Action of Democratic Party, iTiraary August , mn. ANDREW M. SEA ggggn WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. idHllgBk H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, 'iggfgggggggggCblg&k&huiJf jaggs; 'fgcHlSar tK'V;igggsHI lisgggflF if H. J. BANNM. i t ii HIIHUMMHiUltrllHUnillll P. IANNH. ., T. H. MERMEE. iggggggggggggggggggggHnAgggggggg lnlsgggggggggggggVferlfe-Alggggg- rm. & ' Ner. HHisggggggggggr h rm. a Treat. SMnttry. KSgggflgfc.cK! KggSr CANDIDATE FOU P. Sewer BANNON PIPE CO. &i Calvert Pipe, H CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Jtrimary August ivii. FOR RENT. Furnished room for Catholic man, 543 Bast Chestnut street. Home phone, City D8&1. Margaret Glbbe, nether Cullen, Krebs, Margaret Sheehan, Mesdemee James Qunnesey, William Wagner, and Bliabeth Thewas Session Thorp. Baaaea' Pateat Li444 Pipe fer Steam CeadaU, Wall CealBrf, Drala Tile, TMife IrkK, X Fire PreelBf , Flae Llalag, Fire BrlcK Grate aai teller Tile, Greatf Fire Clay, Caiaaaey ?e,M. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY WORKS 573-1716. 13th Mid Breck. T mm t'i 1 ji mm Md Mt CUMB. MAIN 507. et!a Ave, Set. 9tU iStfc. X m 1 11 m i 1 1 1 111 i ai NJ nt ,. v iCJSTDXJOJKY IJRXSiXS RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of t'he Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly Urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. JLV Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. JJS&JS'JRe.XCAXZ ODifcY IICIIIE HERMAN STRAUS ruimm avcnuc Kwwre SONS market i J street ' DBAD ANTXM A. 0 We Qive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. Pleasant Worm Syrup. Kidney and Bladder, Blood and Liver Penetrating Oil. Vogtlax Tablets. Ilonie Phone City 1S4 Seventeenth nnd Bank fgP WITHOUT IfcEIABXJB) LOUISVILLE RENDBRllia COMPANY Incorporated River Bead, East of Cut-O- il Home Phone City 721 ' Cumberland Main 721 i I" PEOPLES PK.OVZDENT ASS00ZATZ0S Incorporated. n was organized by citizen SLICED BACON to make the AJI Keady for Year Griddle fa LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAQBJ LOWEST BATES. Coleman Dldtr.. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and JeSerson. (Iaeorporat.) Both Phones, 2888. "SOUTHERN 8TAR" CONFIRMATION WE'LL FIX THAT ouch which need it BEFORE FAN FOR YOU the AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT Better look over yoar fnnn NOW and let a repair IT GETS REALLY HOT. well-know- SUITS FOR BOYS 4 CH1XDERS ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED. Phone City 135 333 WEST MAIN STKKKT ( SNEDDON BAKKRY AND CONFEOTIONABY ICE OIIEAM M'P'IVS. Former Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, REPAIR Hancock and Broadway Foreman Overland COMPANY Louls- - et.i I'DINNER INCOMPLETE t i 1! 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Home Cars Our Specialty Phone City 6007 ENGRAVERS vlllo Co. Overland, Colo and Knight ; Motor aooruto, li 1 K Phone Shawnee 801 HENRY GOSS qvysxxoiq, nvoxrsxMtt UOH ENGRAVING COMl'AM NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT F.F.X.L.BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted MM ASPHALT SHINGLES A 8PBCIALTT Mil West Broadway. IrflTUI. T. ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPERS Louisville, Ry W. Mala St., City 66 74 Home Phone JO. - L JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for 803- E&Bt Walnut Street CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Wall Papor and "Window Shades See us about anything In real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We sell, buy and rent and Window Shades Made to Order. "B04 W. JEFFERSON ST. Same Phone City 2617. Home Phone City 4464. 2E&JMMR $4.95 $5:95 $6.45 White I Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.;? 1 1 -- Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS 'i iKeeeeeet INCORPORATED is IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE YELXOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed W. O. RUSSELL O. 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. K. & SONS - PRINTERS 1607 West Market StreetPhono City 6659 1. B. YANN DAIRY INCORPORATED 608-51- COSIPANY THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH GO. 60c CLEAN MINDS. A largo and refined audience heard Dr. ames J. Walsh, of New York City, lecture Sunday night at Macauley's Theater on "Shakes- 79c HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. $1.00 PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KYt 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. ' Both Phones 4203 ARTISTIC PRINTING INCORPORATE) Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA SOUR MA8U HOLLENBACH,, PUKE RYE Louisville, Ky. 038 W. Mala St. WM. AUGUSTUS A Case of Good Judgment. BRILLIANT NUPTIALS. Order a Case f ILGRAN W. SMITH'S SON I Funeral Director peare and thfe Customs and Manners FIRST CLASS WORK Contractor of Excavating, All of the People of His Age." Dr. ConWalsh spoko entertainingly ot the Kinds of Give This Office Your Next Ordc; great playwright and discussed at and Wrecking. crete length the conditions under which 317 W. GREEN ST. of England 320 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 2000 the peopleHe said but lived in that Telephone City 946 period. little tuberculosis and pneumonia prevailed, due to the fact that tho houses wero not heated and the people did not breatho dry air. According to health authorities, Dr. Walsh said, an office building In New York City contained drier air than Death Valley in California. In denouncing box and problem plays, Dr. Walsh AL. S. SMITH, PROP. declared that ShakespeaTo In his entire careor never wrote one of that character, "The trouble with the people of today,"' said Dr. Walsh, "is that they "keep their bodies perfectly clean and forget about their minds, which was vice BOTH PHONES 810. versa with tho people of England during tho time ot Shakespeare." Tho meeting was held under aus- SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. pices of tho Knights of Columbus and was free to the public. The theater was. decorated with American flags, ' Dr. Walsh was introed First and third Fridays, Hibernian 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Financial Secretary John J Broderick. Treasurer! Daniel J. Dougherty. 1818-182- ' Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Noon. Pat Begley. and Embalmeri McDonogh. street. President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, uertrana mn, sixth nan. Sentinel John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dlg- - J. McDermott. One of the most brilli.nt of tho Juno marriages was that of Miss Lilamae Schreck and Roger W. Leet, solemnized Saturday morning Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common at St. Boniface church, the Rev. Father Patrick performing tho cereDue to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, mony. Tho bride's dress was of and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. pussywillow taffeta and silk laco and was beaded in pearls. Her tulle PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and.59. Cumberland West 69. veil was caught with orange blossoms and she oarnlod a nhnwnr hnn. Home Phone If IS quet of white roses and. lilies of Cumb. Pbone West 191 OT11& tno vaney. Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Luella Schreck, who Wore a White not. with ntnfr anln folds and carrtari nlnlr mana TIno. sell Leet, the groom's brother, and uaymona acnrocK, brother of tho CtCOBFORATEB bride, were ushers. After the ceremony tho mnmlvm-f- l nf th party and the immediate families went, to tno Tyler Hotel, where breakfast was served in the gray room. Later Mr. and Mrs. Leet started South on an extended trip, SeM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceUeattaeaa after which they will make their home with Mr. Leet's parents, Mr. ORUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. and Mrs. James B. Leet, on Shawnee Terrace. FALL CITY BEER WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. 4 A PLAY INDIANAPOLIS. i BfdUGHERTY Funeral Directors 2998-- a VI & McELUOTTi v. ;; 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, and Embalmersl ' BOTH PHONBJS. II Climb. Main 4Hit"H'M T Homo City 200S '. '. 1 ift'HH t r I fl CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y H,WVVVVtWVWVMVVVWVWVWWVW HOME PHONE 88 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS J PI 1WFRAI J niRFPTORq AND EMBALMERS. Kmwwwwvwwwwwwmwwwww Home rhoBC SbawHee 4S4. CnmbCrlsBd, "W8t 11 822 Eat Maio. INCORFORATBD. J SCANNELL RATTERMAN Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers $ Mr H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SelefriiORe tttwmiittswwwHtimfn u yams fceys tffaVJiY. 3101 WEST BROADWAY vrvpar Urn 4BAttM tfeal will ' tor lift. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 111 VT. Breeaway, SetbvlU, Jtj. Coaduottd by th Xaveri&a Hraxben 8elaUfle and Rualui duelo!. Preparatory Dceartaeat, iMtgt OevrsM, SwlssmlB Peel, Wall BflUljpM arm ttrn Jwm. TH. Mw. Tv Wo4irt 10S. Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces For the next three weeks we are going to offer all of our laeea at a liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and it will pay our customers to writs us at one while owe stock is complete, t out-of-to- QUAKER MAID' INOORPORATKI C!mr Grocery Stores. Iip Bwt For Less' tor ?1 r Mere M ta afJFjwrt Prifaya 4Urni Rogers Church Goods Co. 12 S, FOURTH AVE, lotto will be the afternon feature TlllRVH1lA will liotrln o tbu....... and at night there will bo dancing and other amusements and refresh- series with Indianapolis this afterduced by Young E. Allison. noon, and as the latter team has ments. ' Deen supping a Httlo lately the ColThe Beat Straight Whisky On Earth . STEADILY ON INCREASE. onels have an opportunity to cut RECENT DEATHS. down the Hoosler's team's lead. On Attendance at Fontaine Ferry Tho Louisville friends and ac- tno other hand tho Loulsvillo club sfpnrillv nn flm P.irk is Innnniis quaintances of Major Gen. Michael has shown a big Improvement, stopINCORPORATED and the management is highly Relchert extend their sympathy to ping St. PaUl'a DAnnnnt rutin nn.l elated with the prospects. Many him becauso of tho death of his sis- playing good ball at Columbus. Sole OwHin Registered Diet. No. 32J new attractions at the park partly ter, Mrs. Margaret Kaysor, of Fond rTom inaianapoiis the club will account for this. Another popular du Lac, Wis., who passed away Jump to' Milwaukee and the other Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. Western cities in turn before restylo of entertainment now found Tuesday morning. turning home. Now that the first ai me parK is me reiinea caDaret Hhnw hfillt In n. iha Pnslnn Sunday evening God called tq her ShOCk Of thn wnr hvatnrln la nirn- night. Five entertainers have teen eternal reward Miss Mary Buttlmer, the attendance at tho games is im engaged and are heard In the latest 2407 Duncan street. Miss Buttlmer proving and lr the Association's and his piker popular and Tagtlme selections. The was twenty-eigwears old and a lemon President The Rift Amnaeiuent Center lorfsen extent uiuaiui is uiso naving a oanner sea- devout member of Stj Cecilia's backers will on now up to tho everyof putting umpires son and with a continuance of tho church, from where her funeral High Vaudeville brand of vaudeville presented thds took place Tuesday morning. To tho thing will bo normal. yiflHHEw k ?w3fiit aBi far this season it Is, sure to continue bereaved parents tho sympathy of Dancing HAPPILY WEDDED.' In popularity. The bill for next the congregation is extended. week Is high class and will be prePaulsen's Military Band Of interest their wide sented by people who are Saturday morning the funeral of of friends was tothe marrlago circle on In vaudeville. New Restaurant James C. Whalen was held from tho Tuesday afternoon of Miss Frances Church of Our Lady,, Rev. Father N. Welsh nnd James H. Phillips, MACKIN COUNCIL. Connlff celebrating Other Attractions the requiem which took place at St. George's Klddyland high mass. Deceased was twenty-seve- n church, Rev. Father Weiss performMackin Council's meeting Monyears old and was a railroad ing the ceremony. Tho bride day night was largely attended, and telograph operator, respected by. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. is tho J. the reports of the excursion and wide circle of friends. He made his Welsh, 1822 Dumesnll street, and N. picnic committees were very satis- homo with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. a young lady of great popularity. is factory, the work of fc&eh hntnp Jasper Whalen, 3331 Western well advanced. The election of Parkway, and leaves several brothSt$. Fifth CLOSING RECITAL. delegates to the Grand Council con- ers and sisters. vention, to be held at Richmond, Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Ind., next August, will be held on "As Near to You a tbe Neutet Pfexse' The death of Daniel Quill last Sun- In the auditorium nf th. Ana.1nmtr Monday night, June 25, and prom- day evening at his home, 625 South of Mercy, 1176 East Broadway, the ises to be full of excitement. The Eighteenth street, removes from tho uiubiu siuutnis or me academy will Oar Special $3.00 Spray Entertainment Committee will fur- Sacred Heart parish a man of up- give their final recital for tho term. programme will present an ennish refreshments and' expects an, right character and unimpeachable The Oar Special $5.00 Wreatk overflow attendance. Integrity, Deceased was seventy-nin- e semble dn vocal and instrumental The largeit values in Funeyears old and some years ago numbers. Tho alumnae, patrons and ral Flowers ever offered la REME3IBER ST. ALOYSIUS. retired from life's activities. During friends of the academy will recelvo Louisville his whole life Dan Quill never ne- a cordial welcome. St. Aloyslus, whose feast comes glected to exercise the greatest care For prompt delivery call ?2J TRINITY MOONLIGHT. on June 21, offers an example of in the practice of his religion and both phonei. Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will ena youngs man who gve up riches, lent every assistance to the promorank, pleasure and life Mself , in tion and increase of Catholic In- tertain Its friends with a moonlight order to take upon' himself the vows fluence In evory direction His fu- excursion on the steamer Pilgrim of poverty, chastity and obedience, neral was hold Tuesday morning next Tuesday evening, and hav9. arand work for Christ, with complete from Sacred Heart NORTON BUILDING church. Rev, ranged a programme of music and WW rtM This feast will be Father Walsh celebrating the mass dancing that will entertain both old waT (? observed with due solemnity at St. and paying tribute to the exemplary and young. Boat will leave foot N. W.Ctmer Faurlh and JclfersH Aloyslus church on Payne street, of life of First street at 8:30 o'clock. feurihAwnue IxxiUvMrj of the departed. which the Rev. Father J. A. O'Qrady is pastor. ST. LEO'S COMMENCEMENT. "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." acquaintances and Friends The annual commencement of St. throughout the city learned with CIVKN FOUR GIRLS. deep regret of the death of Mrs. Leo's school will take place In the Louisvills Business Gollft school hall, Highland Park, Sunday Mary Gagen, widow The graduating, exereisec ot It. Gagen, which occurred of William evening, June 24, the programme Monday at St. Benedict Aeademy wre held her home, 822 Bast Jefferson street. to consist of a drama entitled "The "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" Wednesday morning1. High mass A native of Ireland, she had been Lost Prince," B.RATTERMAN SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS a farce entitled JOHN was followed by a ermoa by the a resident of Louisville sixty ''Darky Wood Very Rev,t JantM P. Crania, after years. Mrs. Gagen was onefor those tions and elass Dealer," and recita-- i Under tie Management of songs. of FUNERAL DIRECTOR which th diplomas were delivered model Christian women, who live to the following graduates: .Misses oa)y for God. and her family and CARDOMB AOADBMY. 2114 WEST MARKET ST. Helen McLane, Lillian Bergr, Mary was much loved for her motherH-nee- s The annual uinmiuiuiiiuit of (Formerly with Speneeriaa) King and Julia Arnold, Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland and sweetness of character. Cardome Academy at Georgetown Mr. MeCarty to still doing 4fca She wae the mother of Matt Gagen, iuok piece Wednesday and was full West 1107a. e work that Sneaeeriaa GRAND PJONIO. Mrs. Casper Miller and Mrs. Will- - of. Interest for the large gathering solleUora have told you aLettt ft l.iam T. Moore, all of whom survive present. The graduates were MIeses WILLIAM BUTLBK YBATS. paet sixteen years. 8heyhrds' Home Lodge qf the ser. UTie runerai was neid mur-da- y Laura Blgler. of Franklin, Ohio; Shepherds of Bethlehem will entermorning with requiem high Mary Lyons, Lexington ; Laey Offutt, Day and Nignt Claseea. William Butler Yeats, fanioua tain "its friends Moaay aftemoea when it. John's ekurofa, feeling ShelbrvlIIe: LonotU Rhlna nf rw.. Irish noet and dramatist, leader of Pnenee: College Offioe, Oity geiiHhntaan and eveaiac with a tnM Miotic at Baal Uitane, ad Maggie May Taylor, of the literary re&aiseanee,, fifty-tw- o Cumb. Main 4Q8. Residence, OHr to her memary. Pboealx Hill rPr)t. Bnre and ty bum sgiyear, year old today. ' 487?; Coma. West 329. OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Class FONTAINE FERRY GERMAN BANK ht head-line- rs and Market FRED ERHART ARCHITECT e. ww New Location , -- r. l. Mccarty high-grad- Eat 73 SiJi.fJ, 'HtiIu &. r . A..'!i&t ., JsATJ&taii i::hjvxtjo)&:y xiiisaa: jJsdU3T&xcAJs. Charles J. Cronan Announces His Candidacy for the Democratic Nomination for Mayor of the City of Louisville and Defines His Platform and Pledges for a Greater Metropolis. announcement of my In making candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of the city of Louisville I propose to state briefly the Issues which I believe to be of tho greatest importance to the people of our city, and tho manner in which I shall endeavor to meet every issue looking to tho general welfare of tho citizens and the uplift and advancement of tho city. To this duty I dedicate my mind, heart and constant energies with sacred devotion. the City of Louisville a substantial amount of the surplus earnings of the Louisville Water Company. These surplus earnings will add greatlv to tha revenue of the city, and the company will still retain an ample margin to be used for Improvements. In my opinion the Louisville Water Company is the greatest asset the city of Louisville possesses, and I promise to keep intact this possession as the property of the city of Louisville. of HflBPV'' ft' WMbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI establishment, on any reasonable terms, of all Industrial enterprises tending to Increase tho population, wealth and prosperity of the city Development of this character means a Greater Louisville. To aid in maklnn this the Metropolis of the South will be my doe not actuate nor Influence thY'efftoiency of either of these departments. I shall urge tho Installation of all modern Improvements In tho Fire Department, and as such are secured will do my part to havo fire Insurance rates lowered. .(BoHir V, va ? Y t W . vKV BSSSSHPSSSSpSSSBSSJBIBSJiHfBP? v V" tft'Zz'',,. 'J','i fef f .. ' ''' SSSSSSSSSSSjBSJSSSSSJBSSSSSSJ Urges Expansion of Louisville's Whole- salo Trade interests. Plans For a Modern System of Disposing of the City's Garbage. 12. I shall, at a time as early as practicable, consider tho problem of a modern system of disposing oftho city's garbage. Has Clear Conception of the portance of City's Greatest Office. i Im- Prohibition Opposes State-Wid- e and Favors Strict Enforcement of The Liquor Law. Matters of revenue require that I atato my position to the pcoplo of Louisville in question of regard to tho liquor control or liquor prohibition. The city of Louisville now receives a revenuo of approximately three hundred and fifty thousand dollars from saloon licenses. It would bo most difficult to replace this large sum by other methods of taxation, but to my mind thero Is a larger question than revenue Involved. I believe that our system of a regulated saloon, known to the authorities and observed by tho police. Is a much better thing for publlo morals than tho state of affairs certain to bo precipitated In a large city by tho adoption of State-wld- o prohibition. I feel, therefore that due candor requires mo to stato that I am opposed to State-wld- o prohibition. I bellevo that a strictly controlled saloon In Loulsvillo Is a better system and I will stand for that system. I promise to enforce tho law that prohibits the sale of liquor on Sunday, to continue tho ordinance limiting tho number of saloons and to hold all my subordinates responsible for a strict and efficient enforcement of the law rclatlvo to saloons. 3. much-dlscuss- LfliKHHn9i : 't 4y"$ '"' ' Y"'i':y''''&:'') IHSmbbbbbb I have I was born In tho city of Louisville. always resided here, and I always expect to make Louisville my home. My childron are being educated here. All that I am, all that I possess, all that I hope to be Is identified with the city of Louisville its past, its present and its future. To be Mayor of Louisville has always been my ambition, and such an ambition is both honorable and praiseworthy. But the opportunity for useful and constructive work surpasses, in my opinion, the temporary power and authority that comes to an Individual. HBBfiBnHEHIPPllsF - '': , - ky';''V '5 , :;''c'Cf ? - HsfiHRsBMip HRHnHBBlR? ' "'' ''JbIbbbb '' LoulsvlIIo's wholesale business, by reason of strong competition encountered from neighboring cities, has not grown sufficiently In recent years. Wo must reach out and get that to which wo aro entitled, and I propose to keep steadily In view this feature, which Is so vital to the city's prosperity. 7. Supports Policy- of Separating School Elections From Politics. - WKk-MbB 't- Tfty :itii; v JbbzsbIbtjibtbtbtjI 'HbbbLH HHISHisHKC;flyi'' SMBBMMMJKBiBWKAwiBsM " &x 'Vi Vv' v-- y JbbKotIHbbb ' ?&, '? V' ' ' t lsBrrrrrrrVBrrrrrrH Such trade should he encouraged and enlarged. Our railroad facilities arc Important to our shippers and to the city. Wo should havo thoso facilities Improved In a reasonable, liberal spirit, and some remedy for tho present dangerous railroad crossings at the surface of tho streets should be found. 13. I intend to continue the work so welt begun of establishing a great City University in Louisville. I desire now to say that I heartily approve of that which has been dono in recent years to separate our school elections from party contests. This is proper, and this policy I shall constantly support. BbBBISbISSHs: '" tt'A?;;. -' IBBBBBBI Outlines Most Important Issues end Squarely Indicates His Attitude. ' These things I expsct to do If elected Mayor: 1. The first and most important quostion relates to revenue. Tho city of Louisville Is threatened, under the new tax law, with a deilclt In city revenue, made possible by exempting from city taxation certain kinds of property. I believe the city Is fortunate In having This a new source of revenue available. source of revenue Is ho Louisville Water Company. This corporation is owned by the city of Louisville. It Is managed with great ability. With a low rate for water, the company now shows surplus earnings exceeding Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Most of 'theso earnings are being expended for permanent Improvements. -- RnBjnBHHgHUgBP HbHbbbbbH HnfnimnaHHKsiBBBjHBHras aMsHBbbbbbbbbHI BBBBbBSw3bbh1KSbBbBR9I HRPP!4'''v''',BBBBBBBBflBBBH EbBbHbHbHbIbBbMBjMBBbL Favors Preference for Home Merchants and Wants Home Men For City Positions. 8. I promise that Louisville merchants shall bo given the preference when the city's money Is to bo spent; that Is, when It can bo done without waste or lnjustloo to the taxpayers. . A " Welfare of Soldiers to Be Safeguarded. 14. In this, my formal announcement, 1 take occasion to congratulate the people of Louisville on tho selection of our city as a slto for tho great army mobilization camp, and to promise that, if elected Mayor, I will use all the powers of the ofClco to protect these young soldiers from those temptations that often arise In connection with an army camp. The police department will bo required rigidly to enforce thoso State and Federal laws Intended to protect the morals and health of the soldiers, and all tho influence of the city administration will be exerted to Justify the confidence the Federal authorities havo repostsd In our city In making1 this selctlon. KtSsSBBmSBum,,K-'hw;'J''r- ." ' X '4' BBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjJ v.rf JjmBbMb'iisb'ib'ib'JsbisB ?V'i5'V BBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBHiBBBBBflBBBflBBBBBBBH BBBBHOBlByHyfj!!jiiMiQlllMBWr ?Jb1BBBK and qualified. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBKs&ByBKOTBHBBBK ions of Louisville men who aro I favor the employment in all disposit' co'mpe tent BBHiBHflH9HR9V JBBDnHyr itir Hk HH..HBBiBBBBsiBBiBvHBBlBBBBBBfl ,yxyBBBHHiSBlSBUBBi T?- 'TwdBaBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Will Safeguard (he Interests of the Man Who Labors to Live. 9. I propose to carefully consider the scale of wages paid for labor by the olty( and I promise to adjust that scale, as near as will permit, to enable the laborer to meet the Increase in the cost of living. . Will Exert Authority to Suppress All Forms of Public Gambling. of tho I court the hearty various organizations and promlso to exert my wholo authority to suppress public gambling. 4. GHARLES Suggests Use of Water Company's Earnutgs for Revenue for the City "" propose, if elected Mayor, to use my Influence to have turned into the Treasury 2. I ment of 'all existing franchises. I shall not only welcome, but I shall Invite, suggestions Courts Suggestions From Public Subject To The Action of The Democratic Party. and Pledges Industrial and recommendations from all business InWill Get More Factories to Create Advancement. terests of tho city, looking to tho advanceMore Prosperity and a ment of tho city's affairs, great and small 6. In the matter of public utilities I shall Including, among other things, tho heartiest' Greater City. stand for Home Rule and a strict enforceFoundation, with our Industrial bo practlcabio for the terment of our city. In all FOR MA YOR that may bet6. J. CRONAN - 10. I promise to devote my entire snerglii to increase the efficlenoy of all branches of the city Government that has so well been maintained by our' present Mayor. Sx'&t Demands Undivided Loyalty For the Flag of tho United States. 15. I promise that In all matter pertaining to the oonduct o'f the war In which our country la now engaged I shall, if chosen Chief Exeoutive of the city of Loulsvillo, with the national government, lending the assistance within my power to the advancement of the Interests of the nation. There must be absolutely an undivided loyalty to the flag which floats over us, the 'flag which holds within Its folds the future glory and safety of mankind. v ' Efficiency to Characterize All ' -. Departments. j'. 11. Strict discipline will be malntalnodln That which Louisville must have and Is the Police and Fire Departments, and i"hall going to have, is more factories. I favor the at all times see to it that politioal activity Advertisement NOTICE TO VOTERS SAM L. ROBERTSON p , The following section of tho Constitution Is CANDIDATE JTOR quoted to show that our present Coroner, Dr. as It Ellis Duncan, is not eligible for bhkBBBBBBBW is unlawful for anyono to hold a Federal ofllco with salary attached and at the sniuo time servo tho county, city or State' and receive salary or profit. Thirty-Sixt- h Senatorial District Section 237 Constitution: Offices Incompatible: No member of Congress, Subject to Action of Democratic Party. or person holding or exorcising an ofllco of trust under the United States shall bo cllgiblo to hold or exercise any ofllco of trust or prollt under this constitution. CANDIDATE FOIt 4 Recognizing the above law and tho fact of Dr. ivi AUUU5I PRIMARY 1917 vention. Duncan's Ineligibility. I havo announced myself as FOR a candidate for the office of Coroner of Jeff erson county, subject to tho The Greenpolnt Ladles' Auxiliary party at the primary to be held August 4, action of the Democratic sent a priest's surpllco and twenty-fo- COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY 1917, and solicit your vote nnd support. Inch gold chalice altar cloth Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. DR. H. E, MECHLINd. Primary Aucuat 4, 1917. design to a chapel at Harrington, Primary August 4, 1917. Wash., and tho pastor has sent them a photograph of the sanctuary, AUQUST PRIMARY 1917 1917 showing the gift in place. CANDIDATE FOR Syracuse Hibernians havo arranged for an open meeting on June bbbbbbWbbbbbbbbbbbv 18, to which the soldiers stationed at tha Stato Fair grounds who are Late News That Will Interest vThat They Have Been Doing members and their friends havo Members Here and Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, been invited. It is dntended that the Past Week General this shall bo an event that will bo News Notes. vie"V"Tf' long remembered. more Delegations from than twenty other organizations attended 1917 . August Primary .tfJjB tho annual ball of tho New York 1917 Eighty-nin- e candidates were inThe Hibernian Rifles of County Board. County President itiated last week at Fort Wayne. bus, Ohio, have taken two Kennedy and the various Roderick bonds. Tho Iowa councils have subcommittees were warmly compliSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Martin Mullaney, of Division 4, Is mented for the success that followed scribed for $65,000 worth of Liberty loan bonds. recovering from his recent attack their labors. of tonsllltls. There were nearly 100 In tho TWIN CITY lEAGUE. class given the second and third Over 250 new members were In1917 August Primary 1917 at Indianapolis. CANDIDATE FOIt itiated Into the Ladles' Auxiliary Seventy-fiv- e Fresh from their second victory new members have last week at Minneapolis. over the Champs, the A. O. H. Just been received Into the order 'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW BIbibbbbbb. Harmony prevails throughout the the K. of C. leaders a sure New York divisions and the order enough scare Sunday, losing a hard at Steubenvllle, Ohio. St Patrick's Council, Cincinnati, has aga4n taken its proper place. fought battle by a score of 2 to 1. Candidate for on purchased a 75x125 Manager Sheckler's Mackln team has avenue, onlotwhich a feet S. J. McElllott, of Division 4. ex council Main Subject to Action of Democratic Party. . Champs in a pressed his thanks to the members nosed out tho home will he erected. contest hy the score of 4 to 3, for their kindness during his recent One of the most auspicious Ray Haragan, of tho winners, getsick spell. 1.017 August Primary 1017 The Willi beevents in the history of Ohio The loyal rooters of the ball team ting hte regular the fourth degreo exemplifiare proud of the team's Improve- Orioles surprised all hy trimming cation at Dayton on October 14. ment and predict a first division tho Imperials 9 to 5, Baumgardner Subject to Action of ' A class of 123 received the fourth and Lelbcrt, of the packing house degree berth soon. at Detroit &nd at the ban Democratic Party 3 met last night and boys, slugging tho ball for fair. quet Division that followed ?37,000 worth Manager Ed Staging reports on their recent picture Wolfe, a come-bac- Bertrands, played of Liberty bonds were subscribed heard of the show entertainment, which was a third base for the Bertrands and for. financial success. The growth of the council at St. helped his club beat Trinity 10 to CANDIDATE FOIt More than 350 members and 1. Tomorrow they meet as follows: Joseph's Mo., continues unabated, To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: gnosis were present at the anni- Mackln vs. Bertrands, Orioles vs. applications being received at every I do hereby announce my oandldacy for the office of BSbV. versary banquet of Ladies' Auxiliary Hibernians, Trinity vs. Champs and meeting. There will be a big third BBBW JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF 22 in Philadelphia. Imperials vs It of C. The stand-Lo- st degree Initiation on July 1. LOUISVILLE, subject to the action of the Democratic party County President Hennessy hopes lng to date: Indianapolis Council and the primary, August 4, 1917, and respectfully sollolt your that the annual picnic will be sucWon Pet. Wives and daughters of members enough to defray the na- K.ofC cessful Ea o 8 1. OOO will entertain at a plcnlo dinner and 1, 1 J 17. Subject to Action of Democratic Party tional military assessment. 6 a Mackin .750 dance this afternoon the 600 Cath; Division 2' of Sad Francisco will Orioles .625 olic soldiers at Fort Ben Harrison, 3 hold' its annual cele Imperials 'Soo " Louisville Council will doubtless 4 4 t017 Primary August ,4 1917 AUGUST PKIMAKY 1017 bration tomorrow at Glen Park, Champions., 1017 .500 take the lead In providing recrea4 4 with athletic games a feature. 5 Hibernians .375 tion quarters and chapel for Cath3 6 Division 2 of Syracuse has made Bertrands...,...,.. 2 .250 olic soldiers who will be stationed 8 o a successful Wnal drive for sub- Trinity .000 at the new mobilization and training earap here. scriptions for its building fund. The CLOSING EXKRCISB6. new home now seems a certainty. lillTIiB CnANCB. Ready for any oall for defense of The closing exercises of St. Ann's the flag and nation, the Hibernian CANDIDATE FOR Sixty per cent, of the men in the Rifles, of Columbus,, Ohio, swore In school will take ;plaee next Thursday evening In the school hall, Sev- officers' resrve training earap at two and recruited four members Is enth and Daries avenue, and the Fort Niagara are Catholics. last week. County President Feeaay states programme will eoosist of an op- there any- camp in the united States wbere Forty-Eight- h that the contest going on at Min- eretta entitled "Just Plain Dot" and army are the such d per eent. of the Legislative District' of Kentucky. i "Guardians! men neapolis has exceeded his exjKeeta- - musical numbers, vocal and Sublet t the Astiea of the DemeeJatia Parly of America T" Subject to tk Aotioa of the Democratic Pitrty. Uotis and he feels mire the 1,000 r9BBBBBBBBBBBBBBI.BBBBBBBBkBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT SHERIFF HIBERNIANS. mark will bo passed long before the end. Mrs. McWhorter, National President, was given a cordial welcome by the Ladles' Auxiliary last week and addressed one of the largest gatherings of Hibernians over held in Minneapolis. The Hibernians of Long Island, N. Y will hold exercises at the grave of John Locke, tho Irish poet, In Calvary cemetery, on July 4. Locke was a native of Callan, County Kilkenny. The Hibernian Rifles of San Francisco will hold tholr annual field day and reunion at Glen Park on July 1. The entire proceeds will go to the fund for tho entertainment of tho coming national conur VOTB IOJR 1917 August Primary 1017 CHAS. H. KNIGHT STATE SENATOR 3 H. S. McNUTT ........j.;.,, CHAS. C. WHEELER , f mm of coimbus LORAINE MIX FOR COUNTY JUDGE! r X, COUNTY JUDGE 41iWit P. S. RAY Allen E. Smith County Assessor RUSSELL GAINES team-gav- -- ten-Inni- ng County Surveyor frv-tern- three-bagge- r. k, W sup-M- ay County Clerk THOS. HALL forty-eigh- th Hjjj. 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