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PRICE FIVE CENTS. FREEDOM Granted Irish Prisoners Held in Connection "With Easter Revolt. "Were Given t DUTY PATH Brownson on War and Loynlty Long Before Our Civil Struggle. Declaration of War Binds Subject Same As Any Other Law. a Great Welcome Upon Their Arrival in Dublin. Sonar Law's Announcement in Commons Received With mflfc? zfLmig BbJv I IBggV43ggBsflgH&4itfKy GRADUATING CLASS wZ&MrMLMK&mEUMAfmS Lovo of Country and General Clccrs. RELEASE WITHOUT RESERVATION Bf I 1T3 M y !7 If ZjmXg. s Duty Overrides Conscientious Scruples. THE TENDENCY TOWARDS DANGER Largo crowds gathered In Dublin morning to welcome tho released Irish prisoners, all of whom, with tho exception of Countess Mafklevlcz, arrived at 8 o'clock. Men with 'banners escorted tho former prisoners to their homes. There was much singing or Irish songs and a great deal of cheering, but there were no signs of disorder. In the Xlouse of Commons on Monday Chancellor Bonar Law was asked whether tho prisoners had been released on condition that the Sinn Fein party should participate in the forthcoming Irish convention. He replied that tho prisoners had been freed unconditionally. Tho Chancellor added that the Sinn Fein movement in Ireland was not organized, as far as he was aware, In such a way that any person or persons could speak authoritatively for those engaged in it, and that tho Government did not think that tho holding of the convention could bo dependent upon tho assent or dissent of individual Irishmen. Monday ir ra y rf'M i y'lf ufl v v awf J V ;lO &L1 MM rw ? Yl V 1 13 &fnrJ Y Si J nm All the prisoners taken In the Irish rebellion of Easter Sunday, 191G, will ibe released without reservation. This announcement was made In tho Houso of Commons by Andrew Bonar Law, who said that the Government felt that by so doing it would aid in the success of the approaching Irish convention, which, the Government hoped, would effect a reconciliation among the Democratic ticket headed by Mayor members, and more parI might never have written my Buschemeyer, then espousing the Irish political parties. In making ticularly for military automobilists book had I knowrij them, for the cause of Axton, the Bull Moose the announcement Bonar Law said: and aviators who risk their lives or lunaameniai mougnis aro 10 do "Tho Government has given long fall victims to duty. Next it will nominee, and used Hunter Ross, found In full clarity and in most And anxious consideration to the erect a commemorative church. in then in his employ, to submarine pregnant form inifcia writings of position of Irish political prisoners the Democratic ship. Later on Ross with the Allies in the this mighty thinker." and has arrived at the decision It center of Franoe, where prayers and Callahan fell out and Ross obJherlng closes with the remark now Is my duty to announce. Tho will be said In perpetuity for the St. Thomas As Ho Is Kcvcalcd that: "If my present book Js to be Prohibitionist Leaders Secure tained quite a sum of money in a Government has felt, after giving souls of our heroes. Further parsuit compromise, and those that a success it must work to this purBryan For to a Kcnowncd Legal careful consideration to tho ap- ticulars may be obtained by applyknow say the charges made by Ross pose that Protestant science must in his suit were sizzlers. But after Campaign. proaching session of the convention, ing to tho Abbe Paviot, Director, avail itself of tho help which it Scholar. In which Irishmen themselves will Bourges (Cher), France. all the prospective United States can obtain through Catholic theto settle the difficult problem meet Ollle James Senator to succeed ology; those who allow the instrucof tho future administration of their achieved his purpose, as in tho same tion, which they can obtain from BISHOP J. A. M'FAUL. country, that this great experiment picture is printed with A Protestant Writer's Remark- their adversaries to go unnoticed, Col. Callahan Opens Campaign pamphlet his"His 'business beautifies will mark a new era in the this phrase, Tho only harm themselves." hierarchy and Catholics Against Gov. Stanley and able Tribute to Catholic between Ireland, the United homes and protects them from tho Surely theso noble words of the Kingdom and tho Empire. It is throughout the country wero deeply inclemencies of the weather." Friends. learned Goettlngen scholar have a Science grieved when they learned that the therefore desirable beyond measure The prevailing topic in Demovery significant message, espethat tho convention should meet In Right Rev. James A. McFaul, cratic circles this week was the cially for those of our American an atmosphere of harmony and good Bishop of tho Trenton diocese for foolish campaign being waged by sociologists who, it would seem, will, In which all parties can unre- nearly a. quarter of a century, had consider themselves called to orig- Brumlcvo and Louisville Herald Brumleve for Mayor, many of his servedly join. .Nothing could be succumbed to a complication of dis- Learned Scholar's Very Signifi- inate and propagate whatever conservative supporters becoming is Playing Spider and Fly more regrettable than that the work eases Saturday afternoon at Trendisgusted with his and cant Message For Ameriworth while in social science. g " Role. of the convention should be pre- ton, N. J. Bishop McFaul had been policies, and men who C. B. of C V. In 111 health for more than a year, can Sociologist. may have voted for him aro now judiced at the outset by embittered associations which might even hin- but it was only about a week behis worst critics. They say that at ORPHANS' PICNIC. present he is only working up posder tho settlement to which all look fore that his condition became acute. On Thursday he took a turn forward with hope. Tho largest and most enthusiastic NEW CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD sible campaign material for the Republican party, and as proof of "In these circumstances the Gov- for tho worse and thereafter grad- HELP FROM CATHOLIC THEOLOGY meeting of the Catholic Orphan Soernment has decided It can not give ually became weaker until he lapsed this read the following statement ciety yet held took place Monday of the better earnest spirit In into unconsciousness several hours made by him and which ho wa3 night at Knights of Columbus which it approaches tho oonventlou before his death. The tolling of the beguiled into by tho Republican Eighteen ot the twenty-fou-r Home. than by removing one of tho main boll of St. Mary's Cathedral anTho prohibitionist Herald: "Tho Herald," Mr. Brumparishes in tho city were repThe latest number of the Amerinounced his death. causes of the serious misunderstandhave announced the leve declared, "is the only newspaBishop McFaul was born In Ire- can Journal of Sociology, a maga- resented and letters wero read from politicians ing of this subject with which it is somo of the pastors of the sixty opening of their campaign for con- per in Louisville that Isn't cowed Ho camo to this zine numbering among Its con- parishes outside of the city promisin their power to deal. It has de- land in 1S50. by the gang. It has the courage to cided therefore upon the release country with his parents when a tributors the most eminent of ing or sending aid. An Interesting trol In Kentucky. The first an- print the news." The Herald can without reservation of all prisoners child, and tho family settled on a American sociologists, brings an In- feature of meeting was tho an nouncement is that William Grape thus be seen In tbe role of the now in confinement In connection small farm near Bound Brook, N. teresting article from tho pen of nouncementthe Bryan the that Independence day JuicoJuly 4 will speak In Louisville spider asking come poor little fly with the recent rebellion in Ireland. J. He started life as clerk in a James Harrington Boyd under the auspices of (Brumleve) to entitled at St. Vincent s Orphanage will be on into its parlor. They have not, however, arrived grocery store in Bound Brook, but "Socialization of the Law." "Tho observed In a patriotic way. There the Democratic Forward League, Now that the Republicans have at this decision without careful con- saved sufficient money to provide a great master students." says Boyd. will be a flag raising and one of which body seeks to become the sottled on a ticket and gotten to sideration of two aspects of tho liberal education. It was his ambi in tno aeveiopment of the princi- the orphan boys will read the ruling power in Kentucky Democ gether it behooves the Brumleve case which it is Impossible to Ig- tion to become a lawyer. In 1868 ples of jurisprudence of modern Declaration Independence. racy with the prohibition issue as men who still want to affiliate with of nore. They have satisfied them- ho became a student at St. Vincent's civilization were Frlederlch Carl Charles O'Connor, Chairman of the the leverage of control. Coincident the Democratic party to either curb selves, first, that public security College, Westmoreland, Penn. Later von Savigny, Bernard Wlndscheld committee on grounds, said the with the announcement of Bryan's their leader's talk or repudiate him. wnuia not be endangered by such he decided to become a Benedictine and Rudolph von Jherlng." Of the grounds woro being placed that fine coming Col. Pat Callahan comes out After being overdue somo of tho in an act of grace, and second, that monk, but abandoned tho idea. He latter we are told: "Dr. Rudolph shape and there will bo ample room in a broadside against Gov. Stanley, Brumleve candidates mado their In none of the cases concerned wa3 completed his classical education at von Jherlng died in Goettlngen In criticizing an address of tho Gov- long delayed announcement this for the participation in the rebellion ac- St. Francis Xavler's College In New the fall of 1892. Jherlng was at expected many thousands whoof are ernor's which ho delivered at Lex- week, among them being Frank adto attend. Tickets companied by individual acts which York, under the tuition of the the time of his death the most pro- mission have been left at the rec- ington on St. Patrick's day, and Schuster for County Assessor, Ed would render such a display of Jesuits. His first ministerial work found student of law the world tories of all of the parishes, so furthermore goes a long way to Early for Police Court Clerk, Owen was at Seton Hall Collego after ho has known." The author then goes clemency Impossible. may be bought have it published, the criticism re- Mann for Tax Receiver, John S. "In recommending to tho King was ordained by Archbishop Corri-ga- on to review in some detail the that entrance tickets now, in order to avoid tho rush at ferred to being published in a lit- Pflanz for Jailer, and Shiloh Hollis grants of general amnesty to the of Newark. His first appoint- various published works of tho the gato. Chairman McDonogh tle prohibition pamphlet published for Country Clerk. Tho race for persons in question, the Government ment was in St. Patrick's church, learned scholar. Particular men- said ho had sent books to each of in North Evans, Erie county, Now Sheriff still continues to be the abhas been inspired by the sanguine Jersey City. From there he went tion is made of his work entitled tho parish priests outside the city York, As all remember, Gov- - Stan- sorbing topic and if is rumored that hope that their action will bo wel- to the Cathedral in Newark, and in "Purpose In Law." candidate's backwas receiving encouraging re- ley's St. Patrick's day address was the comed 'in a spirit of magnanimity 1878 he became assistant priest in In connection with tho latter and turns. These books contain chances an awful oroast of tho hypocritical ers have been forced to drop some and that the convention will enter St. iMary's Cathedral, Trenton. In work Jt can not but be of genuine on the $1,000 lot donated by Bishop and prohibitionists, and of the present Deputy Sheriffs from upon its arduous undertaking in 1883 he was assigned to the pas- Interest to point to a very telling O'Donaghue, no that It and is a convenient ir was stung theretois go doubt when the list of favored ones and pick torate at Long Branch, but returned but little known fact. In an issue way circumstances that will constitute necessary all the way outsiders to bolster his waning forof aiding the orphans outside to good augury for the reconcilia- to Trenton in 1890, and- - the late of tho Llterarlscher Handweiser, or a New York In an attempt to get tunes. Recognizing that Senator the city. 'Mr. McDonogh also re- even with tion which is the desire of all par- Bishop O'Farrell made him rector Literary One sen- Robertson would be the strongest Guide, the Governor. Rev. Wilhelm ported that he had received many ties in every part of the United of the Cathedral and Chancellor of Hohoff, a priest well known for his voluntary donations from tence of the crude criticism of asset as a campaigner and worker Kingdom and the British Empire." the diocese. He was subsequently writings on historical and sociologi and letters of sympathy with a Stanley reads thus: "Perhaps tho for the November ticket many city Mr. Bonar Law's announcement made Vicar General and In 1894 he cal topics, reviewed the first edition the dry substantial enclosure. Many of the Governor's thirst at projected ban- and county employes have declared was received with general cheers. became Bishop. or Dr. Jhering's work in question. candidates sent $5 each to help the quet so vividly his themselves in favor of taking the Joseph Devlin expressed his gratiIn April, 1913, Bishop McFaul In this review he points to the fact fund. Altogether the meeting was gloomy plight in a dry Kentucky Robertson cause, while other canditude at the decision of the Govern startled his congregation when he tnat the fundamental principles em- the best yet held. There will be that ho mentally said: GIVE ME dates say likewise. ment, but thought had they been seiocted his grave at Lawrencevllle, bodied in Jhering's work were alDRINK OR GIVE ME DEATH." Monday night at advised to come to a decision earlier N. J., and ordered a tombstone ready very clearly stated in the another next and as the Fourth the 3IAGIUN COUNCIL. Callahan's little prohibition organ Is place, they would have avoided much Irri- placed on the site. During a visit writings of St. Thomas of Aquin. samenear Mackin Council had a largely atalso contains the same old tirade Murph now at hand Chairman to the Home for Aged Women at Jherlng hereupon wroto In the sec- urges tation and created at a much earlier Monday tho the policies and that all of the congregations against Irish American, of which Ken- tended when lively meeting received period the spirit of reconciliation that place Bishop 'McFaul stopped ond edition of "Purpose In Law" reports were as night, tucky This, he says, is everyone be represented. and good temper which they hoped before Morrle Hall and said! "Hre the following words so remarkable not a parish picnic, hut one in knows is an object of the that everything was in readiness Is where I want would prevail in the future. to be burled." and so instructive: "He proves to which all of the congregations are Colonel's hatred for several causes. tor the first moonlight ride of the Herbert Samuel, for the English Later he ordered Dennis Dooley, me by quotations that thla great One because this paper as a Demo- season on next Friday night and Liberals; George J. Wardle, for the marble cutter, to carve him a mind has fully and correctly recog- expected to do their part. crat could not see its way clear that plans for the annual picnic Labor members; Eugene Wason, for Celtic eroes tombstone and see that nised the (realistic practical and Rev. Father in supporting him for Congress in are well under way. DEMOCRATIC OUTING. the Scottish Liberals, and Hilts It was placed en his grave. His sodal factor, the historical as well preference to Swagar Sherley. An- Francis Felten and Grand President The Social Democratic Club, com- other because this paper opposed Robert T. Burke were present and Griffith, for the Welsh members, funeral was one of the largest and as the ethical. The Ignorance with expressed cordial approval of the most imprescive ever witnessed in which he reproaches me I can not posed of Fourth aad Fifth ward the Colonel's policy of mingling created much interest in their talks Action of the Government. New Jersey, and the ehureh could deny; but with a. much , greater Democrats, will have their annual with the Junior Order, a strictly about the care and attention that accommodate only a small fraction weight of reproach he hits the outing at Klondylce Csmp tomorsociety, and in com must be given to the Caholic young AUTOHOBILIST BKOTHBIUIOOD. of the thousands who assembled as modern philosophers and Protestant row and all of the local leaders and mon with the bulk of Catholics in men who will be stationed at the a mark ot respect for his memory. theologians, who have neglected to candidates will be guests ot the this city was opposed to his lectur- loeal cantonment. The special orThe Kentucky Irish American utilise the magnificent thoughts "of club. The Fern Creek ears leave ing at the Junior Order hall as a der of business for the meeting this man. I ask myself in aston- the Interurban Station every thirty representative Catholic. this week received a letter from the FORTY HOUKS. Another Monday night will be the election Abbe Paviot, of BourgM, Fmboc, ishment: How was It possible that minutes. The Committee of Ar- and ehief reason was that this pa- of delegates to the Grand Council asking this paper to make known la this city the Forty Hours' de--. such truths, ones uttered, could rangements are John J. Barry, Al per was opposed to Col. Patrick's convention which will be held the a. brotherhood ot vodott will open tomorrow morning; fall so eompistely to American into oblivion Rosenberg. Joe Byrne, Ben sohul- - stepping into the inner eounoUs of coming month. A very enjoyable St. Christopher, patron saint of with high mass In St. Agues ehureh, among our Protestant men of learn- fmaa, W. M. Dennis, T. J. Garrey, the Deraoeratlc chamber through evening for the members has been auiomobllisU, has bees founded by eoHtJnulsg until Tuesday. There ing? What errors might have been John Rlehlmaa, Joe Xoehler, Jer- the door when it Is arranged by the Batertalnment Lloyd, Neal considered that Just four years ago Committee and another large atthe Archbishop ot Bourses (Oher), will be special eemoas st all the avoided If they had known how to ome King, George z take them to heart. As for myself Fuak, L. Karem and Dr. Nelson. Callahan Utterly fought the loeal tendance is looked for. France. Its purpose Is to pray for serrioes. i THE LAW POLITICAL - Ilaly-Beckha- m rela-tI6- ns mud-slingi- muck-rakin- Haly-Beckha- m tht What Is the duty or the citizen or subject when his government is actually engaged In war? We may answer in general terms that when a nation declares war tho war is a law of tho land and binds tho subject to the ame extent and for the same reason as any other law of tho land. Tho whole rmostfnn U simply a question of the obligation 01 xne citizen to obey the law. So far as tho subject is bound to obey the law, bo far ho is bound to render all the aid In prosecuting tho war the government commands him to render and in the form in whlnh it commands it. If the government leaves If on. tional with the citizen whether to take an active nart In thn war or not, he is unquestionably bound to remain passive if ho believes tho war to be unjust. But-thsubject. though entertaining doubts about the Justice of a civen wnr in lu Incipient stages, believing his government too hasty In its proceedings, and not so forbearing as it might and should have been, yet after Uie war has been declared, after his country is involved in it, can retreat only by suffering grievous wrongs, and seeks now to advance only for the purpose of securing a Just and lasting peace may, no doubt, oven volunteer his activo services. If ho honestly believes them to be necessary, for the war now has changed its original charac ter, nas ceasea to be aggressive and becomea defensive and Just. In such a case lovo of country and tho general duty of each citizen to defend his country, to preserve its freedom and independence, overrides the scruples he felt with re gard to the war in its incipient stages, and enable him to take part In It with a safe conscience. But, however this may be, it is clear that when tho government has actually declared war, and actually commanas the services of the subject, he is bound in conscience, whatever may bo his private convictions of the Justice of tho war, to render them on the ground that he Is bound in conscience to obey the law. If he takes part In obedlenco to the command of the government he takes part, even though his private conviction is against tho war, with a good conscience; because tho motive from whilh he acts Is not to prosecute a war he does not regard as Just, but to obey his sovereign, which ho Is not at liberty not to do and which he must do for conscience's sake. Our great danger lies in the radical tendency which has becomo so wide, deep and active in the American people. We have to a great extent ceased to regard anything as sacred or venerable; wo spurn what is old; war against what is fixed, and labor to set all religious, domestic and social institutions afloat on the wild and tumultous sea of speculation and experiment. Nothing has hitherto gone right; nothing has been achieved that is worth retaining, and man and Providence have thus far done nothing but commit ono continued series of blunders. All things aro to bo re constructed; tho world is to tbe recast, and by our own wisdom and strength. We must borrow no light from tho past, adopt none of its maxims, and take no data from its -- i) e experience. There is much to strengthen n, Haly-Beckha- m newly-mad- cs anti-Catho- lic tht -- Haly-Beekha- m radical tendency. Political aspirants, reckless of principle and greedy of place, appeal to it as their most facile means of success; and the mass of the people, finding their passions flattered and their prejudices undisturbed, aro thrown presume all is off their guard, right, and cherish unconsciously the enemy that is to destroy them. A factitious public opinion grows up, becomes supreme, to which whoever wishes for some consideration in the community in which he lives must offer incenso, and which ho must presume on no occasion to contraThe majority of the people dict. Indeed may not be represented by this opinion may, It is true, not approve lt but they are isolated one from another, minding each their own affairs, and ignorant of their numbers and strength; while the few, by their union, mutual acquaintance, concert and clamor, are able to silence any single voice not raised in adulation of their idol. Political parties conspire to the same end. One party today, ambi tious of success, courts this facti tious public opinion as a useful auxiliary and succeeds; tho other must do so tomorrow or abandon all hopes of succeeding. Then follows a strife of parties, which shall hid highest and the other. With such a tendency, wide and deep, strong and active, we can not but apprehend the most serious 'danger. With It there can be no permanent institutions, no government, no society, no virtue, no " out-radic- al this ' ;. m iMk i JKBODOKTSr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. A4vcwa4 HHfaa, COMING EVENTS. POBLISHBD EVBRY SATURDAY. camp. July 4 Catholic Orphan Society el Irisfa AsmksM sad CafhelUs to Hie Seeial Ms Moral hrH4 picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage IMer OMclaHy IadeNed by Aasteat Orter ei Yee Mtn'e grounds. Iastltete and OfctbeMe Kalghts of Aaiwtea. Lawn fete of St. July 10-1- 1 on school grounds. KMHTUOKY IWI8H AMERICAN PHlNTtNQ CO., XBeetporMtd, PnhHteBes Ann's church July 15 Outing and plcnio of SINqLB COPY ffC Bandana Democratic Club at Spring 4VBSCKIPT10N PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PB YEAR HaUrcf XjRISKT ambrioan, d June 24 Annual outing of Social Democratic Club at Klondyke outingj Savings Account with tlili safe, conservative, Sl.a.rl? add 11.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safely Sixty-on- e jcar-olBank, to which you can and 8 per cent. 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Many of the clergy and members of the Knights of Columbus are on record In favor of discontinuing the services of the much advertised Miss Mary Virginia Campbell was ?50,000 Religious Prejudice Comhost Wednesday night at an Informission and wisely say that the mal dinner In honor of Misses Patti Ready West and Elizabeth Goff same amount of money Invested In Sherley, both of Nashville. . JfnnknBknsaMH nknH the work of the Catholic Church Extension Society would havo proMiss Victor Bulleit was the Flag duced marvelous and Incalculable day guest of Mrs. George H. Cannon when sho entertained results. The Extension Society's tho Daughters of the American Revoluwork In establishing churches and tion at her home In Now Albany. building up congregations in the TRIBUTE TO BISHOP. MORAL COMPENSATIONS. country districts docs more to allay ll 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. The following tribute by Thomas prejudice than a chain system of entertained a week-en- d house War Is always a national calamity. Walsh, of tho Loulsvlllo bar, to party at their home, 233 West flowery letters. It means destruction of all that Bishop' Morris, of Little Rock, on Spring stret, Now Albany, in honor CANDIDATE FOR men havo labored long to build; It the ocaston of his silver jubilee, of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McGinn, of NO SURPRISE. i' of tho Louisville. in tho last issue COUNTY COMMISSIONER means hardships and suffering for Muslin Gowns; made of good those who must remain fet home, Southern Guardian: quality nainsook or longcloth Tom "Watson, editor of the I wish to call attention to my Hail, prince of peace, ambassador Ray Haragan and Misses Margaret in and slipover styles; and Georgia's leading and It means conflict and blood and of heaven. Greene and Teresa Carr spent last candidacy 'for County Commissioner very prettily trimmed with by the week at Glasgow and bigot, who has been denouncing the perhaps death for thoso who are Annolnted and enthroned Mammoth subject to tho action of the Demolace, embroidery and insertion; I bellove my exMost uign Cave, where they were most delight- cratic primary. Catholic church and, its followers called into actlvo service. The True lull cut in regular and extra To be our shepherd hero from dawn fully entertained by Miss Oreono's perience on tho Board of Public sizes; prlco for years as being a menace to Voice truly says any man who would 08c ' Works under the late Mayor Henry till even. aunt; Mrs. J. E. Clayton. America, Is now being investigated deliberately seek to bring such an To .ward and guide us to eternity S. Tyler, and almost a Ufetimo spent Kimonos; mado of beautiful In the construction of streets, roads, by the Federal authorities for his evil on his country must be counted And overylastlng mansions In the Gingham Petticoats; In solid collawn In a large variety of sky: Miss Mary La Vauna Lewman, etc., qualifies me for the position ors, stripes and checks In blues styles and models; sizes 36 to attacks on conscription, and one of a public enemy. Yet war, like to which I aspire. I promlso If Wo wish thee happiness and length the young and talented daughter and grays; full cut; all sizes; 52; priced at $1.08, $1.75, the Georgian papers classes him as other calamities, comes upon us to devote my entire time to elected of days, B. Lewman, speolal at $1.50, $1.25 and 50c 08c prototype of Benedict Arnold. whether wo want it or not. Wo And many Joys In this thy jubilee of J. Sacred Heart who graduated the duties of this office, and rea. Academy with from may prato of peace and refuse to We pledge thee our devotion, love the highest honors, will enter Trin- spectfully solicit your support. Watson's treasonable conduct is no JOSEPH NEVIN. and praise. ity College at Washington this fall. surprise, as his pseudo patriotism listen to tho warnings of Impending Women's Children's Suits danger. That will not defer or pre And henceforth we shall walk with is a guise for religious prejudice. gladness In thy ways. John Heenehan left Wednesday vent tho calamity. Mado of mohair, galatea cloth and other fabrics; tho colors are A. night to spend a week visiting relaWo aro now engaged dn a war JAPAN KICKS. And when the sunset of thy life tives in St. Louis, and will bo acblack or blue, and they are prettily trimmed; also that Is not of our choosing. Wo shall come companied homo by Mrs. Mary jergey knit suits in a wonderful variety of styles and color comJapan has taken offense because would gladly havo avoided' It If we We hope 'twill be most beautiful Duddy, who has been making her binations. our Government addressed a note could havo preserved peace wlth and bright, home with her daughter in tho Such as befits thy happy journey Mound City. to China expressing regret over the honor. Priced at $0.08, $3.08, $3.50, $2.08, But we wera forced Into home dissensions in that country. It war to defend our rights. Wo were To Christ's celestial kingdom of de $1.08 and $1.50 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hackett, regard compelled to choose the calamity of seems that the Japanese light their daughter, Mis3 Janet Hackett, China as their own peculiar charge war in order to avoid a worse Beyond the boundaries of death and son, Robert Hackett, were at and night. Ferdinand, Ind., to attend tho comNow and they resent any outside inter- calamity national dishonor. spirit shall find rest, mencement at Ferdinand Academy, One reason why Japan that wo aro face to faco with tho And there thyrest, ference. sweet from which Miss Dorothy Hackett has not taken an active part In the problems not of impending war but And- - glory and dominion in his was graduated. of actual war, It is well for us to war Is that It has Its own Interests sight, Where the home la Where work is quickly Miss 'Theresa B. Schaefer and Osto look after in the Orient. It is realize how sorlous a thing war Is. Forever and forever with the blest, brightest; done; Wo havo been living In a fool's Beyond the crimson gates of sunset car Rouck, popular and well known likely that China will be completely In New Albany Catholic society cirWhere the work in tne west. Where cooking seem II CANDIDATE FOR under the control o Japan within paradise of pacifist" dreams for a lightest; cles, were married Wednesday real fun; COUNTY COMMISSIONER the next five years. Whllo European dozen years or more. During that OOfc&CtCttflCflOQSwWjKp&OCKKtDjC&MMMfcj morning by the Rev. Dean Curran Where the meal Where baking gives deat Holy Trinity church, In tho presnations havo been slaughtering each time we havo given free reign to cooked beet; If nominated and elected I promise to light; ence gathering of a largp of devote my lime to the duties of the office other the little brown men of Nip- Indulgence and pleasure. Wo have Where the range stands Where drudge Is out ot friends and relatives. and further the interests of the people. pon have been preparing tho way taken up fads and nursed them the test sight Subject to Action of Democratic! Party. tho delusion that wo were That's That's where the for their control of Asia. Perhaps where the The marriage of Miss Llllio Mao Primary August 4, 1317. 'Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes East End society French, popular-Ithey will bo content with that. We making progress. Wo were rapidly la. becoming In. a nation of religious Mr. and Mrs. Felix McCauley circles, and Benjamin J. Cassell, a hope so. August Primary 1017 triflers, pleasure mad, and morally have been visiting relatives near well known resident of Erie, was 1017 QhIoTk Meitl Gas Ranges Sold, Installed and IHghly RecomiaaBdeil solemnized Wednesday morning at Waverly, Tenn. spineless. PASSED THE CENSOR. St. Frances of Rome church, a largo Now wo aro called back to funda215 Miss Kate HInes, of Jeffersonvllle, gathering of friends being present Gen. Pershing and his staff offi- mental truths. War brings us to a left Monday to enter the college at to witness the ceremony. W. MARKET ST. cers landed In Franco last week, sudden halt in our pursuit of pleas- Hanover, Ind. Thomas J. Leahy has announced according to press dispatches. How ure. It sobers the nation as well Dr. J. J. Connolly and Mrs. Con- the marriago of his sister, Miss this information passes the censor as Individuals. Serious work is nolly fSBBBB Mrs. Sallle Durrett last Mary Theresa Leahy, to Joseph H. Is more than we can fathom. us. Dllettatism has no place in week visited Of Monaghan. The wedding took placo at Prestonla. course tho transfer of troops to the programme of war. Moral danat tho Cathedral and was attended Europe will not bo heralded broad- gers thero aro that always accomMiss Mae Adams Lincoln is home by only immediate relatives of tho cast. To do so would be to expose pany tho march of armies as well from the Slaunton Military Acad- brido and groom, to whom many friends tender congratulations. them unnecessarily to the dangers as the physical dangers of tho emy commencement. Of tho two, tho moral of the sea. Soon, however, wo shall conflict. Miss Anna May Russell and Aloys Miss Josephine Berkley visited at near rumors that whole regiments dangers aro tho more to bo feared. Bardstown last week, the guest of L. Landes were married at St. JLow Peter's church Tuesday morning, a have suddenly disappeared. That But these can bo guarded against Miss Cecelia Mattlngly. largo gathering of friends being to a largo extent by a proper "car Is all' the Information we shall Miss Helen Quinn, of Chicago, is present at tho ceremony. The until the casualty lists begin for tho soldier In the camps. That in Now Albany with her brothers. bride is a pretty and popular memfok tho work which Is now being under- Joseph and James Quinn. to come back. Such is modern war. ber of St. Peter's parish, while the Is- a well known and active groom taken will safeguard tho morals of INCORPORATED. James Coll, now located in De- member of Trinity Council and OF JEFFERSON COUNTY tho soldier in tho present war we SERIOUS MISTAKE. troit, Is visiting his old homo and Cashier of the Kentucky Wagon Subject to Action of Domocratlo Party. NINTH AND KENTUCKY. havo ovory reason to believe. The Company. Our military havo nation will bo tried as it has not relatives. In Jeffersonvllle. authorities HoBie City 405 Gsiub. South 415 made a sorlous mistake In lowering been tried slnco tho civil war- - Wo SISTERS OF CHARITY. Mrs. William Fleming, Crestwood, the quota of Catholic chaplains for hope that the ordeal will have a had as her guest the past week A, The Kentucky Irish American ac the army. Instead of getting n purifying effect knowledges receipt of a cbpy of tho and that tho physi A. Shannon, of Indianapolis. "Sisters of Charity of Nazareth" out of tho 144 regular army cal calamity of war will be 'comMrs. Lotto Murphy spent last from tho pen of Miss Anna Blanche chaplains the Catholic church is of- pensated for by moral gains. Wo week with her daughter, Mrs. McGlll and just off the Enclyopedla FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. fered only thirty-fou- r. The same havo needed something to bring us Georgo Robinson, at Corydon, Ind. Press. The lntioductlon Is by CarFREE SERVICE. proportion is maintained in the back to a sober estimate of moral dinal Gibbons, who well says the Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kremer volume makes a most Interesting "now army." And this notwith- values. War alone can do it. havo returned from their wedding and readable story. The author Is standing tho fact that their quota, Col. P. J. Hanlon and his Ad- trip and are at 1308 South Brook In deep sympathy with her subject by the statistics of tho Fedverified street. 1101-0- 3 and has contributed to our Catholic BAST BROADWAY. eral Council, Is approximately 38 visory Committee deserve praise for literature a volumo which all may Mrs. J. P. Sweeney, of per cerit. If tho Catholic boys are their work 'for tho Red Cross fund. South read with profit a record that will the expected to go to the front and The people of Louisville responded Third avenue, has been entertaining prove especially edifying to le of- Bowling young members of tho society, as fight effectively and give their lives generously, thus showing apprecia- Mrs. Frank Jackson, bbbV Qreetf. well as an Inspiration to them In for our country the least they can tion of the busy men who gave both following tho footsteps of thoso who expect of thoso in authority Is that time and money to this patriotic Miss Clare B. Sheehy has re under difficulties; and privations PRACTICING: LAWYER FOR TWENTY.FIVE YEARS turned from St. Catherine of Sienna laid the foundation stones of one they be furnished with those spir- service. CANDIDATE FOR Academy, to be with her mother for of tho most prosperous and benefi itual consolations their faith alone Articles of eight moro coal mining tho summer. cent Institutions of our land. Tho can give, both on the field and in book can be secured from the Rog Fifth Magitferial SeeMd, TMrd Wards corporations have been approved tho trenches. Miss Kate Newman, of Frankfort, ers Church Goods Company, this Subject to Action of Democratic Party. by Secretary of State Lewis. There came down last week for a visit city. Primary" August 4, 1917. NOTE THIS. should soon be a reduction in the with her brother, William C. Newexorbitant price charged "for coal or man, and family. ST. HELEN'S: ST. PATRICK'S. It la worthy of note that those olso the Government must be forced Rev. John B. Pelfcr, the zealous who have translated the President's Miss Bertha Schmld was an in- and beloved pastor of St. Helen's to Intervene in the Interest of the The closing exercises of St. Patnote to Russia into the terms and people. vited guest at a delightful birthday church, will on next Thursday, tho surprise party given Miss Bertha feast of the Apostles Peter and rick's parochial school will take national readjustments that will' be Fougerousse at her home In New Paul, celebrate the twenty-fift- h an place In the hall at Sixteenth and acceptable to the President as the ST By the death of Tlight Rev. niversary of his ordination to tho Market ,on Sunday evening at 8 price of peace, havo not mentioned Bishop McFaul, the Catholic church Albany, priesthood. Father Pelfer was qxA o'clock. These exercises will conBelgium, Poland, Serbia in this country suffers , a distinct Ireland. Miss Mamie Gleason and Mrs. A. darned by the Right Rev. A. J. sist ot songs, addresses, instruand Anneala are to havo their na- loss and New Jersey one of Its fore- D. Anderson, of South Louisville, Glorleux, Bishop of the Boise dio mental solos and two short dramas, are home from St. Louis, where cese, at Louvaln, Belgium, on the one by the boys, the other by the tional status restored, which is only most citizens. And the Ancient they attended the Orterwlch-Trutnfeast of Sts. Peter and Paul, 1892. girls of the higher grades. The just, but Ireland is apparently to Order of Coming to the Loulsvlllo diocese he past year has been a very success Hibernians have lost their wedding. be cast Into the exterior darkness, was for two years assistant at St. ful ono for the school, from all staunchest and best friend. that Is If the interpreters of the Miss Marcella Coll Is home from Vincent de Paul church, Louisville, points of view, and teachers and I I M 1 1 M I U 1H-11 WWrti-note are giving to it thd President's Congratulations are tendered he Indiana University and will spend then for three years pastor of All children are to be congratulated . 1. NNfH, P. BANKON. JR.. meaning. We have said, and we re- Little Rock Guardian for the ex- the summer vacation with her par- Saints' church at Taylorsvllle, and bth for the earnest, sincere "work rtIHFr T. ents, Mr. and Mrs, John Coll, in for almost twenty years pastor of of the former and the response X tm. I Mfr. VIm Pr. t Treat. peat It, that the entrance of the cellence X Semisr. ofvlts Bishop Morris silver Jeffersonvllle. St. Helen's church here. He also made by the latter. At the cioee United States Into the war on the jubilee had charge all these last years of of the exercises certificates will be A. issue. aide of England would not nerve the Mies Pauline O. Ahrens and Rob- - the City Alms House and attended given to the members of the eighth e quietly married the patients of the Pest House. For or graduating grade by the pastor Irish cause, because the United TBur,"!? The man who has done his be T at St. Louis Bertmad's ehureh Tues- - obvious reasons Father Pelfer has of St. Patrick's, Rev. J. P. Cronln, f ,ii States would do nothing that may i day evening, Rev, father R. G. decided to observe the anniversary V. G, embarrass her ally. Now if those Sewer n Calvert Pise, privately with his devoted congregaLyons officiating. ' gentlemen who have applledS the PJSOPLK BLATKD. Bannen's Patent Lidrfed Pise fer Steam Cendaits. tion, who helped "Mm to build and ANOTHER IRISH BISHOP. , terms of the note to what to them Miss Mary Virginia Campbell will finish his beautiful church. The solWall CeBiag-- Drain Tile, Yrifiei Because of the unanimous request leave July 1 for Bardetown to be emn and festive day will be marked appeared to 'be, the only possible Very Rev. Dean McCarty, r ire rreesng, rine Lining, MrecrUK Vicar of clergy of the Itockford dio- the guest of Mies Llda Litsey, after by high mass of thanksgiving at outcome of the war, express the cesethe General of Grate and Beiler Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Chimney the Right JRer. P. J. Muldoon which she will leave in August to 8:30 o'clock, at which service the bourne, has the archdiocese of Melbeen appointed Bishop President's mind on the matter, then will not be transferred to Los An- visit in St. Louis. c church choir will sing under the of- Sandhurt, Australia. He ira OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Ireland has nothing to hope for geles as formerly announced. The direction of George F. Middendorf born in Clare, Ireland, and ws eduPaal Col. Matt Winn is quartered at and Miss Sarah MoConathy, as or- cated at the Irish College in Rome. from America, and the high prin- way ball. It Is seJd, I now on the HOMK PHONM OITY CUMB. MAIN 507. Call the Garden City Hotel, Long Island, ganist. Ob, Saturday moraine: there After his ordination ciples to which he cava nttoraaaa ronuafrom Route recalling the young eppouttanent w yvvpit! ot Where he will remain until July. 1411 be solemn mass 'for all whom. sriest sueat some years in the Irish WORKS 13tk cad Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tk a Mil H.III WmiM -- -" I, f - M ah U iU.i. IT.VrT wen greatly eietea , when With htm is Price MoKinney, the Father Pelfer assisted at their missions "" iiunojs and then went to Aue-- 1 cerned but saandlar onus and this news ires Moehred. death-beCleveland iron master. trails. , tinkling cymbals a mockery of tho music to which struggling democracy times Its onward march. We sincerely hope tho President's acts will bcllo tho conclusions of tho interpreters of the noto, otherwise tho President and the Amorlcan people may, Hko tho great Napoleon, havo cause to regret that they did not strike the chains from Ireland's limbs and thus cripple for all time tho power for evil of the most Insidious and implacable enemy of true liberty and true democracy. July 19 Moopllght excursion by Trinity Council on Steamer Pilgrim. July 24 Lawn Fete for Visitation Home for Working Girls. July 25 Annual picnic for St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Phoenix Hill Park. July 30 Annual A. 0. 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 Thornsberry'a Grove, Park. Fairfield, who was operated on for tonsllltls at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Is now recovering rapidly and able to receive her friends. Belle JOSEPH 'NEVIN Bungalow Aprons; made of percale In both light and dark colorings; also indigo blue; Con-ne- ed made in pretty styles and ciit full and long; sizes 36 to 46; worth 89c; special at 00c R. & Q. Corsets; In a front laced model; mado of pink or white coutil In a very fine quality; have ventilated back and elastic Insert at bottom; tongue front and four hose supporters; medium bust stylo in sizes 19 to 30; worth $2.25; spe- ciai at 1.75 Whlto Sateen Petticoats; mado of good quality sateen and have deep flare flounce and elastic waistband; cut full in all price s lengths ; ..08c ck i flah-ey- and Bathing JOS. LUDWIG one-pie- ce i Where the QuicK Meal Comes In IlJH eee4 ' un-d- or SOCIETY. 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IRISH DIVISION 3. 1818-182- A'&nSystX&AJ&' VQ9WE 3BOIfc HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY First and third Fridays, Hibernian Homo, 0 1 ssMsMEaJr The Last Dollar That you ipent (or something you did not NEED would hare started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time when yor "LAST DOLLAR" MBit be spent for somethiag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phone City 721 Out-Of- Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mar tin. Secretary Financial John J. Brodorlck. Daniel J. Dougherty. Treasurer- $ Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel CANDIDATE Thomas Noono. Degley. f i&tti d.'-- ' " Cumberland Main 721 ASSOCIATION Ky. Title Savings Bank H. S. McNUTT r Bcrtrand Hall, Sixth street. Incorporated. President Thomas Lynch. FOR was organized by Vice President John J. Barry. cltlzeni SLICED BACON OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER to make Financial Secretary -- AM Ready for Your Griddle la the Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Langan, 734 West Oak. Thomas J. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. LOANS Primary August 4, 1917. Morulas'1 Primary August 4. 1917. Recording Secretary William P. on furniture) and other personal property at McDonogh. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE) LOWEST BATES. Treasurer John F. Burke. Coleman Bids., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Thomas S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. SOUTHERN STAR" PEOPLES PROVTDEXTT well-know- n SHERIFF FOR DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, and Trust Co, Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. tig FRANK DACHER Dlg-na- n. (Inoorporated.) Both Phones, 28S6. ANDREW M. SEA BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Home COMPANY REPAIR Hancock nnd Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louis ville Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phono City C007 SNEDDON BNGRAVERS WHLICH ENGRAVING COMTAJU' CANDIDATE Sentinel M. J. McDermott. DEATHS. DINNER INCOMPLETE! WITHOUT eeeeeeeeeeeeg RECENT Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS auxTSBZBTQ, 801 Mondav mornlni? thn fnnnrnl nt Mrs. Lorena Eigelbach, beloved wlfo or Adam Eigelbach, 720 East St. Catherine street, was held from St. Vincent do Paul's church, where sho had been, always a regular and de- ovrzso, spounsa and Pointed Tin Roofs Repaired Mil ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY "West Broadway. I.oalTlU, 7. ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS BLBCTROTYPERS LoulsvUle, Ky SMW. Mala St., Horns Phone City 6874 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. vout communicant. Besides her husband sho leaves two children, for whom is felt slncerest sympathy. FOR F F X L BEER Prompt "Delivery Service?" Wall Paper and Window Shades CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. anything in real See Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. us about buy and rent Wo sell, Made to Order. and Window Shades G04 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 2517. Borne Phone City 4464. 803 East Walnut Street Headquarters for YELLOWSTONE WHISKEY TAYLOR & WDLLIAMS INCORPORATED. The Great American We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed O. K. W. O. RUSSELL & SONS PRINTERS 1507 West Market Street Phone City 6659 LOUISVILLE, T. KY. COMPANY E. YANN DAIRY THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H CO. INCORPORATro" Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB LoalflTllle, Ky. 528 W. Mala St. WM. AUGUSTUS INCORPORATED 508-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. ' Both Phones 4203 ARTISTIC PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Offlco Your Noxt Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of crete nnd Wrecking. 320 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 20C0 $' GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Telephone City 946 ;; Funeral Director and Embalmerjj !! I! BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. j; ' D0UGHER1Y & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers I BOTH IHCOIES. Death came Sunday afternoon NONE PURER NONE BETTER Into tho home of Harry Kerr, 725 CANDIDATE FOR West St. Catherine street, and took CITY TREASURER the CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of Democratic Party. wife,soul of his beloved and faithful Bridget Reynolds Kerr. Mrs. Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. Primary August 4, 1917. Kerr was a devout member of St. Primary August 4, 1917. Louis Bertrand's .church, where her ELECT R. E. BURKE. funeral requem was sung WednesHONOR FOR RAIDY. CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, day morning. She was sixty-foA second conference of the execu- years old and besides her husband Charles F. Raldy, one of tho e tives of Catholic young men's socle' leaves seven children. most popular and efficient men in ties was held In St. Louis last the Government service, was elected week with reference to the unificaMichael D. Curran, aged thirty-on- e President of the Association of IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE tion of these societies, to be known and a well known palntor, Supervisory Postofflce Employes of as the Catholic Young Men's As- passed peacefully away Saturday Louisville, a branch of the national sociation. Tho aim of the associa- night at the home of his father, association, at the annual meeting tion is to supply a. national and Chanles Curran; 1002 President Raldy Is Dumesnll last Sunday. unified body of Catholic young men street. Sevoral weeks ago he was Assistant Superintendent of Mails Inpromote tho material, to SATISFIES THAT LONGING. and stricken with an attack of stomach at tho Loulsvlllo Postofilco, sotellectual, spiritual, moral and trouble that would not yield to figures prominently In affairs .of the cial welfare of the Catholic young tender care and treatment. His fu- national body. G. E. Lenslng, foremen of the United States, first, by neral was held Monday morning man of the city delivery division, bringing to them opportunities for from St. Louis Bertrand's church, was elected Vice President; George INCORPORATED and many by attended mourning W. Yost, Superintendent of Post-offi- PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, second, by utilizing every available friends. Station L, Secretary, and Herresource of the community for their bert Jessell, Superintendent of secinterest; third, by offering itself to The Thomas McGough, for many years ond claBS mall, Treasurer. A Caso of Good Judgment. Order a Case m( be used by the community and by a respected citizen of tho West End, Louisville branch of tho association the hierarchy and clergy In died- - Monday afternon at his home, is one of the most Important in the service of our young men, 402 North Twenty-fir- st street. Two national organization, as this city The and fourth, toy promoting months ago ho was stricken, and is the national headquarters. here and mutual helpfulness upon fortified by the last sacraments he national Convention was held the part of the Catholic young men resignedly awaited God's call. Sur- last fall. President Rnidy and Secretary themselves. The 'association will viving him are his widow, Mrs. Common enlist the membership of existing Mary McGough; a son, James Mc Yost wero elected delegates to tho societies without Interfering with or Gough; two daughters, Misses Mary next annual convention, which will be held next fall either at Clove-lan- d Due to the treat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, curtailing their special activities. and Margaret McGough, and two or Washington. At this meeting plans were devel- sisters. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. The funeral was held oped for the active of Wednesday morning PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. from St. PRIDE GOETH, ETC. Catholic societies in the welfare of Cecilia's chufch, of which deceased Catholic young men dn tho army. had been a faithful member. Last Sunday's gospel in reference temporary A organization was Home Phone 1912 to those who exalt themselves and Cumb. Phone West 191 formed by the election of an exTo William. F. Schad and his two the old adago of prldo goeth before ecutive board as follows: Michael sons, Wallace and Audran Schad, President Catholic tho sympathy of St. Columba's par- a fall was fully exemplified in the J. Slattery, Young Men's National Union; An- ish and people Is extended on the caso of one of our prominent Demothony Schwamm, Grand President death of their beloved wife and crats, who Is a candidate for Bailiff Men's mother, Margaret Mary Schad, who of the Police Court. In a gathering Pacific jurisdiction, Young and Institute; Robert T. Burke, Grand passed into eternal rest Tuesday of his friends was supporters SunINCORPORATED the jurisdiction, morning at her home, 253 South day night he reports recipient of Atlantic President and personal Young Men's Institute; James H. Western Parkway. She was tho many flattering bon mots, for which you could Zipf, President Gonzaga Union; daughter of John Cralgen, of hardly blame him for feeling a lit Casper Llngeinnnn, President J. besides whom she leaves tle chesty or exalted as the Scrip Young Men's Order. Rev. Edward two sisters. Her funeral was held F. Garesche was chosen as tem Thursday morning, Father Maloney ture puts it. But alas and alack! at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, zceUeai&Mc porary Moderator of the board. celebrating tho requiem mass and On his way home ho decided to drop This will bo tho last conference to preaching a sermon full of con In and see a friend on West Oak GRUBER & DEUSER, Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. be held until after the conventions solatlon for the bereaved family and street, but being a little unfamiliar with the entrance fumbled around of tho various societies during the relatives. looking for tho gate latch and coming-summe- r. frightened a little boy, who ran in Tho sad and untimely death of tho house and told his parents. BeNEW ALBANY. Anslem J. Clemens, the seventeen- - cause of the fact that a man had year-ol- d son of Mr. and Mrs. Monday evening Joseph Schmitt Mathias Clemens, 2208 West Mar been acting strangely in tho neighand Miss Delia Murray, who are well ket street, gave much regret to his borhood a few nlghtsv previous our candidate's friend, who Is a leading known residents of New Albany, relatives and many friends. The Best Straight Whisky On Earth His musician, hastily jumped at conwero quietly wedded at the rectory Illness extended over sevoral months of St. Mary's church, the Rev. and was borne with Christian res clusions and in no musical tone ran hastily, "Get Father Seibertz performing tho ignation and fortitude, strengthened out and exclaimed ornery away from here, you ceremony. by the sacraments re- drunken bum." of holy INCORPORATZD Here tho curtain A wedding of much interest and ligion. Desldes his parents, he is falls. beautiful In its details took place Sole Owbhi Registered Diat. No. 32J In Holy Trinity church, New Albany, survived by two brothers, Mathias Tuesday- - morning, when Miss Ella A. and Joseph C. Clemens, and one West Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 WITH THE SICK. Bezy became tho bride or William sister, Mrs. P. J. Garland, of PittsThe funeral takes place Schmidt. Rov. Charles Curran per- burgh. Frank O'Connor, of the Courier-Journa- l, Anthony's this morning ur ce Sure.! OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO, Class Vaudeville I Kvwvvivvw aist dCain. H.B0SSES0N Funeral and Embalmers. now convalescing, and his friends Homo City 2008 . The Big Amniemenl Center Climb. Maia 2998-- a will ho glad to know that it will be only a short time until he is again Last Saturday morning the Right High them. Rov. Bishop Brossart, of Covington, able to bo withBIzot, who Dr.. A. R. ordained for tho priesthood In St. last week from Mudlavla, Is returned Dancing steadily Mary's Cathedral the Rev. John on West home McCrystal. His Lordship was as- Improving at his seems CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y HOME PHONE 88 Paulsen's Military Band almost cersisted by Very Rev. Joseph A. Broadway, and it Flynn, V. G.; Rov. Herbert Hlllen- - tain that he will be able to resume New Restaurant meycr, Chancellor; Revs. Edmund his practice before tho end of the HAPPILY WEDDED. Corby and Alfred Hanses and a month. Kiddyland Other Attractions One of the happiest of the June number of other priests of the dioweddings was solemnized Thursday cese. Father Flynn was assistant FATHER nERRETITS JURILEE. afternoon at St. Mary Magdalene priest and Father Hlllenmeyer noTho Rev. Louis Horbeth, of St. church, when Charles A. Green led tary. Father McCrystal has just St. Martin's church at Rome, Daviess to tho altar Miss Eileen Neighbors, completed his studies at Mt. the accomplished and popular Mary Seminary, Ellenora, Ohio, and county, will have been a Catholic years this month, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Neighbors, received deaconshlp in St. Peter priest twenty-flv- o 219 East St. Catherine street, the Cathredal at Cincinnati on Juno 2. and tho occasion will he appropriRov. Father William Gausepohl He will sing his first solemn mass ately observed on June 27 at Rome. performing tho marriage ceremony. In his homo parish, St. Paul's, at Invitations to tho celebration have Bessie been accepted by some of tho local i Miss honor Hershman was the maid Lexington, on Sunday, June 24. clergy. of and Misses Catherine " HONORS FATHER KELLEY. Cumberland, W8l 11 4 Barksdale and Esther Monchon were nome Phone Shawnee 484 tho bridesmaids. Tho ushers were AGED TRIEST DIES. Msgr, Francis C. Kolley, who Dr. Forrest Hendershot and Walter Techling. Following tho church with the late Archbishop Quigley News reached Now Albany Monv edding there was a brilliant recep- founded tho Catholic Church Exten- day of the death at Newcastle of INCORPORATE). tion for the bridal party at the sion Society in 1905, has again been tho Rev. Father Edward Spelman, homo of the bride's mother, when named head of the society. Word pastor of St. Ann's church in that the happy pair wero showered with of the appointment reached Chicago city, who was reared In New Alcongratulations. from Rome last week. The Exten- bany, where ho was widely known. sion Society was established canon-Icall- y Tho Rev. Father Spelman had been FAIRFIELD. by Pope PJu3 X. In 1910, in poor health for a year or more, and Msgr. Kelley, already Its Presi- and for tho past fow weeks his Chapel Free The Rov. Domlnick Downs, O, S. dent, was named for another five-ye-ar condition had been serious. Father 3101 Wfc.51 BKUAUWAI to Patrens. years old and B., will celebrate Tils first high NORTON BUILDING term. Msgr. Kelley also Is Spelman was sixty-si- x mass tomorrow morning In St. founder and editor of tho Extension was a native of Cincinnati, but .he N. W. C.tner Fourth and JeKtrsM hoy-hoMichael's church at Fairfield, In the Magazine. camo with his parents In early to Now Albany. His father, presence of -- many friends and relalr year fcoyt aa 4hobb t&ai will tives. Father Domlnick Is a grandthe lato John Spelman, was ReINTENDS TO PROTEST. thm for llf. son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wlckham, corder of Floyd county many yoars ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE of Fairfield, who aro well up In The Associated Press telegraphs ago, and his brother, tho lato Frank years, but who nevertheless rojolce from Rome that the Prussian and Spelman, who also was County Re1U IT. Bro4wr, XIstUI, Sy. Directors Conducted by the Xaverlaa Broth r in the ordination of one of their Bavarian legations accredited to the corder, died two years ago while in Boientiflc and BuiIbmh dueleal.Preparatory Deprtmeat, Jjugt grandchildren. They had eight sons Vatican announce that the Pope In- office. Tho Rov. Father Spelman la Courses, of nis family. Swlmnlar Pool, Well Squished Qjtm-w- . and three daughters, and this is the tends 'to protest continually through the last survivor He waa ordained Volarat. Bra. JuM, IMf. first priest among them. Father diplomatic channels against a re- hood by Bishop de to .the priest- JOHN St. Pallas at xxexxxe Dominlck's ordination took place at sumption of the Belgian deportaAbbey, St. Cullman tions. The protest, it is said, will Holy Trinity church in New Albany,a Bernard's FUNERAL DIRECTOR Telephone 1032. 3, died His county, Alabama. be made on the basis of reports Aprildays 1873. and he father hie first read few later reaching the Vatican recently from mass HUNTERS at his father's funeral. Later 2114 WEST MARKET ST. BETHLETIEM. a Belgian Bishop. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland ho was made assistant priest at St. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. The drees of the people around John's church in Indianapolis, and West 1107a. Bethlehem Is much the same as it BLUBCOATS' VACATION. Distill and WhoiMal Dealat INCORPORATro he also has held pastorates YOUNCJ LADY GRADS. was in the time of our Lord. The ers la Finest Bar&di ef Ken. Brownsburg, Rushvllle and CamHackett, Kath-erin- e Misses Dorothy women are dreaeed as the Blenaed .Lieut, Pat Mullen and Patrolman bridge City. In 1905 he was transtacky Whiskfos, especially. Cisan Grocery Stores. Virgin is la the pictures which rep- Edward Blckel, of the local police ferred to St. Ann's church in NewWalters and Marguerite Mar-que- t, resent her; 'not only the fashion of department, 'went to 'Weet Baden castle. The funeral services were all of New Albany, are home The Best For Less, the garmeats, but the coloring is the Spring yeeterdyt where they' will held at Newcastle Wednesday morn from Ferdinand College, where they BOTTCED IN BOND. , same blue sewn and red eloak, pnd their annual vacation of tea ing, with burial in the cemetery were graduated this week with speOrders for $1 or more delivered' 234 S SIXTH STREET and a white veil over all. cial honors. dayi. te way part of tie eity. TffcM 114). there. I J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. formed the ceremony and celebrated Misses tho nuptial high mass. Bertha Mlssl and Alma Schmidt were the bridesmaids, and Leo Bezy and Charles Schmidt acted as ushers. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner and Teception was hold at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bezy. After July 1 tho happy couplo will be at homo at 1139 Beeler street, New Albany. church. from St. tion at St. Anthony's Hospital, Is who underwent an opera- ORDAINED SATURDAY. FONTAINE FERRY GERMAN BANK sHbowsH MsasBRHH VflnFWfiMssd r 1 IB i B'4 S22 Sibret. Fifth and Market Sts. "As Neat to You as tbe Nearest Phoce BlBflnWI ARCHITECT RATTERMAN SCANNELLs Oar Special $3.00 Spray Our Special $5.00 Wreath Flowers Loulivlll The largest values in ever Fuse-ra- l offrred la MS Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers jrsr FRED ERHART y" Louisville both phones. For prompt delivery call immmmtmtm9f9nta9 Tnu AVENUB HERRMANN od ttuml ttnCWKfcfHQP fourth Awnoe nuwo Stfmi'fr laivme New Location B.RATTERMAN "Flowers telegraphed everywhere.' Business ' Gollsp 010 BROS. "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Under tbe Management of 'QUAKER MAID' r, l. Mccarty .Mr. McCarty is still doing. e (Formerly with Spencerlas) t Pearl of Nelson, work that Spenceriaa solicitors have told you alou-- to' past sixteen years. Day and Night Classes. Phones: College Office, City 783 high-grad- tht Cumb. Main 468. Residence, 4879: Cures. West 129. OKr &L1J?' i JLJTTXJOKY HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVEHUt IXfcXSJEI AJSAISJQtlCASSZ. SONS MARKET STREET iNCOfrPBMArzO We Qive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. Park this season. Neyer in Its his- -' Itory has the park boasted the number of attractions it now does and jwlth those added from time to time the park is daily making new patrons. Two of the most pleasing innovations this season are found In the refined cabaret and in the restaurant. Five entertainers are heard in the latest of popular and ragtime selections" and the numbers are all .warmly applauded. The vaudeville theater gives evidence of having another banner bill for next week. LARGEST IX HISTORY. -- WMBnnaigrrti a-s- r CONFIRMATION V ifa SK8?.i SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT $4.95 $5,95 $6.45 White Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS St. Xavler's College graduated this week the largest class in its history, numbering forty-tw- o bright young men. Bishop O'Donaghuo and Very Rev. T. L. Crowley delivered addresses of advice and encouragement to tho graduates and praise for the work of the. college, the auditorium being overcrowded with a pleased audience each night. Patriotic addresses, songs and musical numbers were features of the exercises, when orations touching on topics of vital interest to the public at this time were delivered by six of the graduates. Tho Frank A. Gehor gold medal was presented to Henry A. Bauer, whose tonic was "Our Flag and Unrestricted Immigration." Tho judges of tho contest were Eugene Cooney, William O .Hume and William L. Blrkel. Those competing for the medal besides Bauer were Robert S. Parsons, Robert J. Selberz, Raymond J. Stark, Philip S. Dant and Richard L. Schuhmann. Francis J. Dougherty, representing the alumni, presented to Richard L. Schuhmann the medal for excellence. Other medals were given, by Bishop O'Donaghue and Father Crowley to the following: John H. Sils, Edward L. Kleler, Alfred B. Brand, John T. Walsh, L. James McDougalh Thomas I. Lynch, Herman O. Guenthor, Henry A. Moorkamp, Henry J. Gambert. Robert J. Wat son, Henry J, Willenbrink, Roy C. Millor, Francis J. Neuhauser. John F. Stratman, John G. Hoffman, y J. Harprlng, James J. White, Le-ro- m& ' wm k i MES BJTp'y'W''WreJE"PWBSWWreBWWWiWieeMPeiEB''WCBM H trteSTow v iMjmrisio ttmimuTt j TTUUDtH uurrMajtriB " rwruufgirmt. VrfW m 60c DEM.CLUB'S 79c At KLONDYKE CAMP AMUSEA1ENTS OF ALL KINDS $1.00 HIBERNIANS. News Notes. Division i will meet next Monday evening. Denny Crowley, of Division 3, throws-- a lot of "pep" into tho ball club. SOCIAL PICNIC AND DEM. .SOCIAL PICNIC AND CLUB'S OUTING SUNDAY JUNE2 4, 1917 The Season's Event Come Early And Stay Late Greater Than Ever OUTING SUNDAY JUNE24.1917 What They Have. Been Doing page. the Past Week General TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Louis J. Link, Elmer F. Traud, Burdette T. Challinor, James L. McDougall, Clarence Weiker. Tho pictures and names of those receiving diplomas appear on our first Raymond Mullaney, J. Stouorle, Arthur J. Delndoerfer, Joseph R. Spannlnger, James P. K NIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Mullaney, Edwin R. Bannon, Arthur E. Gleason, Clifford W. Doll, Harold F. Curran, William O. McBrldo, Louis A. Bahr, Edwin J. Bell, Aug- Late News That Will Interest ust F. Becht, John H. Hiideshelm, William M. 'Miller. Clifford R. Menne, Urban F. Hettick, Charles E. Wright, John A. Feighan, Edmund J. Recktenwald, Edwin C. Hohmer, Henry C. Jansing, Eugene . VsJiWVV wmic ierrr 71 1 TlcVot nfMfO P'niirth nml AtMrlfo RovnnfVi nnH Rlvnr M City 230, Main 230. T. J. WEST, District Passenger Agent. Phones 1917 August Primary 1917 CHAS. H. KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR J. Mullaney, Thoma3 W. Members Here and d Tako Fern Creek Car, got off at Seaton's Station. Oars leavo 10 minutes before 1 o'clock and 10 minutes boforo ami 20 minutes after the hour after 1 o'clock from Intorurban Station, Jof forson St., bet. 1 hlrd and Fourth. Kreo Conveyances Waiting NOTICE TO VOTERS The following section of tho Constitution is quoted to show that our present Coroner, Dr. Ellis Duncan, is not eligible for as it is unlawful for any ono to hold a Federal ofllco wdth salary attached and at the snmo time servo tho county, city or State and receive wilnry or profit. Section 237 Constitution: Offices Incompatible: No member of Congress, or person holding or exorcising an office of trust under the United States shall bo eligible to hold or exercise nny ofllco of trust or profit under this constitution. Recognizing the above law and the fact of Dr. Duncan's incliclbilltv. I have announced mvnelf nq a candidate for the office of Coroner of Jefferson county, subject to the party at the priniary to be held August 4, action of tho Democratic 1917, and eolicit your vote and support. ends. DR. H. E, MECHLING. Syracuse Hibernians had a reception and luncheon Monday for all 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 the soldiers at the State Fair Hen-ness- Tickets will bo mailed out next week for the annual picnic or the County Board. Tho Ancient Order is thinking about increasing .its proposed war fund to SI, 000,000. Division 3 is to be congratulated on Its splendid financial showing for the past six months. y County President John H. has been confined to his home with an attack of boils. Thirty members of the Milwaukee division have enlisted and many more are expected to go. Nearly 1,000 members of tho Ancient Order are In the various regiments encamped at Syracuse. Milwaukee Hibernians suggest that any profits from the annual Mackin celebration be devoted to patriotic Orioles The K. of C. team nosed out tho Imperials before a big crowd Sunday in a 5 to 3 game, featured by the timely hitting of Frantz and Kenealey for the winners. Mackln Council beat Bertrand In a 5 to 0 contest, Twlrler Bob Morr pitching one of his good games of last season, striking out thirteen of the Wolfe clan and only allowing three hits. Earl Flynn pitched a beautiful game for the A. O. H. club, losing In a 13 to 12 contest, his teammates making eleven errors, Tim O'Laughlin leading with four bobbles, and the Orioles benefitted by each error. Trinity Council surprised the Champs by holding them to a 1 to 0 game until the eighth Inning, the Champs then getting four more, hut only made five hits off Showalter. The schedule tomorrow: Orioles vs. K. of C, Bertrands vs. Champs, Imperials vs. Hibernians and Mackin vs. Trinity. The Standing to date: Won Lost Pet. K. of C o 9 i. ooo y 6 5 Omaha Council Invested $500 in Liberty bonds. Connectltcut Increased its membership 1,189 last year. The Kansas State convention is being hold today at St. Mary's. The membership of Massachusetts is bow 34,961, a net gain over last year of 3,146. Newport Council will supply the Catholic schools of Campbell county with large American flags. Fifty-eigcandidates received the degrees at an initiation last week at Menominee, Wis. Tho council at Garrett City, Ind., has a membership of about 150 This is a fine showing for that small town. ht STATE SENATOR 14it4i Jfl ,917 AUQUSr PRIMARY Thirty-Sixt- h Senatorial District Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 1917 J CHAS. C. WHEELER CANDIDATE FOR '..ML, Champions Imperials Bertrands .3 2 5 4 Hibernians Camp. Trinity o 4 3 2 6 7 9 .778 .667 ,356 .444 .333 .222 .000 The Hibernian Social Club will FATHER JLYRTIN'S FIKST MASS. a euchre and lotto on the Hibernian Home lawn on Monday, Rev. Francis J. Martin, who was July 1C. ordained priest by Bishop O'DonagBBSgBTFk ' .7BBi Quite a "formidable array of mem- hue on Tuesday morning, will $jk BBJ bers now attend the games and root his first solemn mass tomorCandidate For For for the A. O. H. team on Sunday row morning at St. John's church, Clay and Walnut, at 10 o'clock. afternoons. Councilman Thomas J. Dolan, The Rev. John D. Fallon, assistant former County President and vet- at St. Cecilia's, will be the deacon. eran member, is a candidate for the and Rev. Daniel A. Driscoll, secre SHOULD 1LVVE PRIEST. tary to the Hlght Jlev. Bishop, tho State Legislature. The followlnc Drlests. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Hibernians called to the colors many as 300 If there are will go with tho assurance that all of whom, as well as tho officers Catholic soldiers as tho Lexington their families will be cared for by or the mass, are St. John's boys, mobilization camp at Catholic priest a will bo .present in the. Banctuary: 1917 AUQU5T PRIMARY 1917 tho good old Ancient Order. Bishop Rovs. MIchaol Melody, John D. win oe uetaued to the camp, CovingPresident Foley, of Milwaukee, Kalaher, Ferdinand John T. Hill and Francis ton diocese, Brossart, of tho has selected a special committee of A. O'Connor. has announced. Bishop The Ave to look after tho welfare of Gorry, professor ofRev. George A. Brossart visited the camp last week homlletlc's at members who go to the front. and asked tho company commandSt. Mary's Seminary, Denver Hibernians will give a will deliver tho sermon. Cincinnati, ers to ascertain how many of the After tho men aro Catholics. picnic July 4 for the fund being mass pasraised for the families of members tor orthe Rev. Dr. Schuhmann, dinSt. John's, will give a JCNIGIITS GIVE MILLION. who enlist to fight in the war. ner to tho attending clergy in honor The late Bishop McFaul was ever of the new priest Father Martin is From tho headquarters at Now the true friend of the Ancient Order the twelfth son of St. John's parish and his death will cast a feeling of to be raised to the priesthood. The Haven, Conn., comes tho information that tho Supreme Board of Dikgloom over every division in Amer fruitrulness of priestly vocations in rectors of the Knights of Columbus ica. this parish has always heen a matSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party. of 1 and 3 Divisions of South ter of favorable comment, as with has announced tho appropriation tho $1,000,000 by the order for Omaha will soon hold a great Joint Father Martin there will be no less establishment and malntenanco of initiation, for which Division 1 has than nine from St. John's actively recreation centers at all the prinalready fifty candidates and pros- engaged in priestly work for this cipal army concentration campa. pects for many more. 1917 August Primary 1917 diocese, a credit to the old parish. This action, it is stated, is tho reDivision 2 of Indianapolis entersult of a general appeal from memAWARDED TUESDAY. tained Monday night with a rousing bers throughout the country urging patriotic social, which atwas that the work inaugurated along by all the divisions of the The Baker electric auto, for the Mexican border last year be contended Candidate for city. Capt. P. J. Kelleher pre- which the Slaters of the Good Shep- tinued and enlarged to meet present herd, Eighth street, have been send- conditions. sided. Monday night the Ladles' Aux- ing out chance hooks, will be iliary and two divisions of Omaha awarded next Tuesday. This affair KANSAS CITY TODAY. had aax entertainment for their has excited nuite a lot of Interest membors, families and friends, and and ipeople throughout the State k The Colonels open up with did much to promote interest in have sent in requests for books. In George Tebeau's Kansas City Subject to Action of a number of cases people have sent team today, beginning a series of HitoernlanlBm. , The young men and women who in remittances but failed to send three games, and from there go to Democratic Party helped make the Terre Haulo Hi- their stubs, and the Sisters are anx- St. Paul for two games, thence to bernian ,St .Patrick's day celebra ious that they attend to tho matter Minneapolis, where they will play tion successful were last week at once so that they will have an three games if Cantillon has nine 1917 AUGUSOB PKIMARY 1017 treated to a dancing party by Mr. opportunity to try for the electric. men to put on the field, having In They also ask those to whom hooks the past week been compelled to and Mrs. Ignatius F. Mehegan. Jeffergonvllle Hibernians mourn have been sent to consider this op- put an outfielder in to pitch bethe death of Patrick McGrody, one. portunity and take advantage of it cause of a short squad of players. oi tne pioneer members of their di- by buying the tickets. The Sisters The local fans are more than wMl be pleased to .show the car to pleased over the showing of vision. Born in Ireland sixty-fiv- e years ago, he spent nearly half a any one calling at the convent. club on the road, the four eentury here, held in high esteem straight defeats of Indianapolis beby all who knew htm. COMBINATION AWARDS. ing an appetizing morsel, as It "The announcement of the com- makes the pennant raoe again interGROWS IN FAVOR. bination "book awards ot the, lawn esting, When the olub cornea home fete given by the St. Louis it should be the dutyof every fan Forty-Eight- h Legislative District of Kentucky. Lovers of high elase entertainChurch Debt and Building to show appreciation of Owner ment are finding a wealth of their Fund will be made in Bertrand Wathen's sportsmanship by crowdSubject to the Actios of th Democratic Party. favorite diversion at Fontaine Ferry Hall next Thursday eveaiBe. ing the park at every game. 9H CLAY HALL give ele-bra- te Clerk of the Police Court Nebraska Knights have begun preparations for a fourth degree exemplification at Omaha on October 11. Vermont Knights have voted 5500 toward furnishing literature and other comforts for that State's soldiers. The order in Perry, Iowa, has been given a decided impetus by an y meeting and initiation of e candidates. Norwood Council, Cincinnati, has been authorized to organlzo a home guard company, composed" entirely of Knights of Columbus. The entertainment given the sol diers of Fort Benjamin Harrison by tne Knights of Indianapolis last Saturday was a great success. Major degrees were exemplified during the past thirty days for largo classes at Green Bay; Janesvllle, New Lenrion and Neenah, WI3. Dewey, Admiral Commodore Barry, Brooklyn and Carroll Councils had a big third degree exemplification lust- - Sunday at Coney Island. all-da- COUNTY JUDGE 1917 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, 444444444 August Primary 1917 fifty-on- Allen E. Smith VflBeLC CANDIDATK FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 1017 August Pritnnry 1917 P. S. RAY TmEM CANDIDATK FOR sub-deaco- n. County Clerk Subject to Action of Democratic Party LORAINE MIX FOR bJSNbb F 1017 Primary August 4 1917 gBBBM Rw COUNTY JUDGE ADOLPH SCHMITT FOR CANDIDATE Brn'fLm TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Dejaoo'atie Party To RUSSELL GAINES County Surveyor Shy-loc- r,yRPJ??PTHS.P0UCE COURT OF THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, aubjaet to the action of the Democratic party primary, August 4, MM, and respectfully solicit your support. I May 1, 1917. the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: I do hereby announce my candidacy for the office of rlU5. b. HALL .. JAMES a HEADLEY FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE Cly-me- r's Be9bbLB LEGISLATOR FOR Has been the favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices are the fairest. Try , our New Blend, 2 , ri wtfv Speeial Aiito Delivery Service. ' 312 W. Market St. 1885. p JOHN M. MULLOY Beth Phase 1323 ESTABLISHED. Ber-tran- d's