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Kentucky Irish American: June 30, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917063001_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: June 30, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SMOKE Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c' Best Cigars Made VOLUME XXXVIIL rUfSMCMMC TARPY'S KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 26. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. Ish school teachers, when an address was: given by Rev. John H, Sherry, O. M. I., of the Oblate Bcholasticate, Washington, D. C.f also toy Rev. E. F. Garescho, S. J, The convention, In point of Interest and enthusiasm, and in tho value of the papers and discussions, Read by Rev. Francis J. Martin was one erf the most satisfactory in at St. John's Church tho history of the Catholic EducaSunday. Cathtional Association. Buffalo olics extended a royal hospitality to the distinguished visitors, who left P .... tHIIU l,bU UiAUJ v.avf v. tJJ pleasant memories. Clergy, Fellow Students, .Rela- M Dow Wire KAMV THAN WHS SCREENS & Iron Works Will Protect Yh F1ICI PiVE CENTS. . ator from the Thirty-sixt- h district and Democrats throughout tho city are also interested, as they know that his nomination means added strength to the ticket, and agalr. believe that he deserves on tols record In tho Senate. The Menace Knight Want workmen's compensation Comes Over to Explain the SitFrom All Over Country Gathbill was made a law principally Eliminated From State, and ered in Convention at uation. as Existing in through his efforts, while business Local Politics. men throughout tho State can tesBuffalo Ireland. tify as to his labors in to oh all of RECENT DEATHS. beneficial legislation. It bespeaks bad political judgment on the part Mrs. Ellen Wright, aged forty-ninwas laid to rest Monday morn- No Enthusiasm Over tho Coming Of tho Brumlove politicians who Unfortunate Mistake Many Valuable Papers Presentand Tra have selected tho opposition to Sening after funeral services at St. of Bryan, the Prohibitiontives and Friends Present Events Throw ManyOff ed and Proceedings of Great George's church. She was the ator Knight. John Drescher Is THE ORPHANS' PICNIC. again In tho field for Representatmother of Mrs. John McCracken, ist Democrat. In Numbers. Interest Balance. 1723 Gallagher street, with whom ive" from the h legislaPractlcally all of the twenty-fou- r she made her. homo. tive district, and It is believed he congregations in Louisville identiwill be nominated, tola defeat In the fied with the Catholic Orphan-- Soover general election Rov. Father Gorry, of Funeral services Casey the remains For the Good of Local Democ- ing encompassed two years ago be Machlno Guns Used On Sinn Ziocal Catholics Extended Itoyal ciety attended tho meeting held In Sermon Mrs. Catherine were held 'by tho importation the Knights racy MoNally Should Be Tuesday afternoon in the chapel of Hospitality to Distinguished Monday night of Columbus Home Procurator of the Cincinof negro repeaters, although ho ran Folners and Ono Man to make further arthe Sacred Heart Home, East Cola uead of Gov. Stanley In his dls Withdrawn. rangements for the Fourth of July nati Diocese. Visitors Killed. lege street. Mrs. Casey was" ninety (net. Ben Beckmann for Repre- celebration on St. Vincent's grounds. years old and had" lived a most exeentativo in the Forty-sixt- h district This was tho most enthusiastic emplary life. She Is survived by aas hled his hat In the ring and meeting yet held. Each and every one son. Is now tousy after tho nomination. one of the Chairmen and women at KNIGHT DESERVES WORK COMPLETED ON THURSDAY the heads of to'obths reported sue-- . ST. JOHN'S SPLENDID RECORD Shlloh HollIs, another wise cam- MANY SUFFER BAYONET WOUNDS Edward L. Wllberdlng, twenty-tw- o paigner, Is hustling for tho nominacess In soliciting aid. It was anyears old, succunibed Wednestion for County Clerk, while Joo nounced by Chairman O'Connor, of day to a complication of ailments Steurle Is Introducing "movie ad-ttho Committee on Grounds, that the at tols hbme, 410 North Twenty-firNo matter what the weather man vertlslng" in his canvass for Rev. Father Francis J. Martin This was Catholic educational Home grounds had already been T. P. O'Connor, M. P., ono of tho street. His funeral took place predicts for next Wednesday, July week in Buffalo, when Catholic placed in order and that the picnic celebrated ills, first mass at St. yesterday morning from St. An- 4, one man here will be sure not to nomination for Auditor. leaders of tho Irish Nationalist party, accompanied by Richard educators from all over tho country could be held this next Wednesday John's church last Sunday morning thony's church, He leaves three notice the warm weatfier usual at ILVPPILY UNITED. instead Hazleton, member of tho House of gathered in, annual convention to erything of July 4 If necessary; ev- at 10 o'clock in the presence of a brothers, Raymond, William and that time, and that is William apple-pi- e was In order for largo 'gathering of the clergy, follow Frank Wllberdlng, and two sisters, Grapo Juice Bryan, who is booked discuss matters of paramount im- the accommodation One of the prettiest and most In- Commons from North Galway, and. of a great students, relatives and friends. Ho Mary L. and Alice Wllberdlng.' to lecture here on prohibition under teresting of the Juno weddings was Secretary of tho Irish party, arrlved-lportance in the world of education. crowd. Tho New York last Sunday on a M. Many valuable sapors tho auspices of tho Democratic For- witnessed Tuesday morning at St. were pre- most of tho indications are that was assisted toy Rev. George 20,000 In Connor, Rev. John D. Fallon, deaBritish steamshin. fh ,hi St. Cecilia's: parish mourns the ward League, which Is the nom do Charles Borromeo sented and- discussed and great in- Louisville Trill attend Catholics church, picnic. death of another of Its faithful plume for the polltlcaL prohltoltlon-lst- s Hon. Adam Spahn led to tho when tho visit, according to Mr. O'Con-ip- r, terest manifested in the proceed- There will be plenty of this plenty con; Rev. Daniel A. Drlscoll, altar Rev. Frank O'Connor, mas- members, Mrs. Kaflo McNamara, who now asplro to control tho Miss Mary Virginia Maddux, the bis is to place before the men of ings. The opening mass of the to eat and it promises tofun, a day race and tho friends of Ireland ter of" ceremonies; Felix Pitt, thurl-fe- r, widow- of John McNamara. Sho had fortunes and name the nominees of lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of all was on Tuesday morn-- . of enjoyment. It is not bo convention intended In this Parrette and Oscar lived here all her life and was held the Democratic party In Kentucky. William T. Maddux, 2630 Garland realitiesnjces the iasnpn country tho and Mark ing In tho Church of the Holy that iwho go to the picnic and nt th In high "esteem. She Is survived by Pool, students Angels, when a splendid address shall those Rev. Father Raffo ner- - situation. bo Importuned for chances or acolytes. Amongof this diocese, as two sisters, Misses Mary and Nell Bryan's protection against tho torrid avenue. tho clergy present was given by the Bishop of Buffalo, anything of that ' sort. They will weather will toe furnished by tho formed tho marriage ceremony and Nationalist Tho stay hero of tho representatives Is ln- Right' Rev. Dennis J. Dougherty, be left free to enjoy themselves as were Rev. Fathers Melody and Hill, Flaherty, and a sori, Joseph Mc- local Democrats, who are sure to celebrated the nuptial hlch mass. ueiinito, tney said, and after a was held give the Chautauqua lecturer a The church was thronged of this city, and Father Lothamer, Namara. Tho Jfuneral D. D in the presence of all the they will. Those who wish to with IOW days make delegates and a large congregation donations In the way of food or of Fort Wayne, and Father Kearns, Monday morning with requiem high chilling frost, and despite the efforts friends of 'the bride and groom, who to go to in Now Ynrlr fhw ovnouj ' Washington. J" of tho prohibitionists of Cincinnati. The deacons attend- mass. for politics were extended hearty congratula of local Catholics. "Tho situation In other articles may send only no ono is Interested or cares tions. Miss Maddux was attended somowhat confusing," Ireland Is still The convention proper opened in the orphanage or call up them to ing were John J. Callahan, of WashMrs. Barbara Foley, widow of J. the beautiful auditorium of 'Holy Flynn, who is Chairman John the ington; William J. Meredith, of John Foley, ipassedMnto eternal rest about Bryan's views on any old sub- toy her cousin, Miss Mary Rose said on landing. "A Mr. O'Connor' series Angels' school. The President Gen- Committee on Transportation.of Staunton, Va.; A. J. Nuel, of Sioux Tuesday afternoon at her 'home, 517 ject. As a New York humorist re- Morlarlty, and Mr. Rudolnh Suck. fortunate mistakes and'traglc of unThe City, and Harry J. Klein, of Pittsevents day, the only time nephew of tho groom, was toest man. nave produced Right Rev. Bishop marked Shahan, final meeting of the Orphan Society eral, resentment South Eighteenth street. She was a crowdthe other and ' ' burgh. mado a brief address and declared will "bo held Monday night at the will hear old William After a wedding breakfast, Mr. and thrown many of tho younger men the mother of Thomas and John Tho sermon was the convention opened. After tho same place. Murphy Rev. George A. Gorry, delivered by Foley and Miss Ellen Foley, all of Jennings orate in the jailfuturo Is Airs, spann lert tor Chicago on of tho country off their balance for Chairman Procurator of when ho addresses a usual routine business a paper was urges that all the twenty-fou- r audience their honeymoon. The Kroom Is a. tho moment. But this, in my opinparsurvive her. read by Rev. William J. Bergln, ishes be represented. The sale of the Cincinnati Seminary, he paying whom held yesterday Funeral services and they can't help themselves. Our member of the Kentucky Legisla ion, represents a mnnd nmi nnf were morning at the own Col. Pat Callahan and' Percy C. S. V., St. Viator College, St. ture, navmg served at threo reg settled preference for tho hopoless tickets and buttons already indicate a nice tribute to Dr. John's parish,n Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father G. A. Schuh-man111., on "Tho Conservation Rev. (formerly Purcell) Haly will sesthe attendance of at least 10,000, of whichpastor, Walsh celebrating the requiem charge of the meeting, and If have ular sessions and "at the special pur yiubiauimu oi armea insurrection this church bearing mass. is over a constitutional movement. As of Our Educational Resources." The but 20,000 are expected. it Is sion recently convened for the pose or fixing the tax and revenue to the war, opinion possible that other newly-mad-o tho distinction of having furnished discussion of this paper was led in England by Father Tierney, Of America. nine priests to the Catholic church, Senator Beckham, laws. Ho Is tho publisher and grows moro united and hardened. DT3ATII A SHOOK. Monday morning the funeral of prohibitionist, representation being tho largest Tuesday afternoon was given will be present to tell of the awful editor of tho Germantown News. My own views have been already expressed, the State. Father Mrs. Ellen Dubourg was held from from any parish over to departmental meetings, beHer friends and relatives were Gorry's eloquent In sermon was lis- St. George's church, of- which she curso of liquor. It Is. hardly prob Upon their return Mr. and Mrs. moment I need say nothing at tho ginning with' the initial meeting of painfully shocked when they learned was ono of the oldest members. able that Gov. Stanley will be In Spahn will make their home at 738 welcome further about America's intervention, except the College Department In Hall A Tuesday morning that Mrs." Martha tened to with rapt attention toy tho was Ireland vited, as ho Is on record as being East Jefferson street. Lincoln's speech at Gettysburg that of, Holy Angels' school. The Presi- Henchey, beloved wife of Patrick E. large gathering present, many of Mrs. Dubourg years born inbut had opposed to political hypocrisy, and and seventy-eigago, President Wilson's address to Conand they then dent, Bev. J. P. O'Mahoney, C. S. Henchey, had died following an op- whom were SILVER JUBILEE. lrng boon a resident hero. She at again his are a little peeved gress represent to mo the clearest V., opened the meeting with an ad- eration at the Mayo Sanitarium at of (Father Martin leaves two sons, David A. Dubourg, defoat of McChesney, him for candidress, and after the usual business Rochester, Minn., where sho had when ho was employed In the local of Louisville, and Ben J. Dubourg, who was the One of tho striking and happy definitions of the Issues and pursession Rev. Henry Spalding, S. J., been taken two weeks before to offices of the Louisville and Nash- of Denver, and a daughter, Mrs. date for Governor two years ago on features of the one hundred and posed for which all free men today of Loyola Academy, Chisago, read secure the attention of the noted ville railroad. He is a son of Mr. Julia Schultz. the prohibitionist platform. ninth annual encampment at Mount aro fighting. I havo como hore to Agreeing with Gov. Stanley and Saint Mary's College, Emmltsburg. lay oerore tho men of my race and a paper on "Differentiation of De- surgeons. The bereaved husband and Mrs. Albert F. Martin, of East tho friends partments of Instruction in Col- was at the bedside when death Chestnut street, Mr. Martin, Sr., beWith requiem high mass the fu- seeing the political hypocrisy of tho was the sliver Jutollee anniversary tho realities of Ireland of all races and the Issues, for the leges with Specialists in Each De camo. Mrs. Henchey before her ing connected with the claim depart- neral of Rotoerfc,M. "Butler, -- aged, machine, the Ken or tne ordination to tho tooly prlest- - opinion of tho greater Ireland andpartment," and there was a paper marriage was Miss Martha Nugent. ment of the Louisville and Nashville twenty-onWas held Thursday tucky Irish American has consist nooa or lugnt Rev: Bernard J. of this democratic republic beyond by Dr. Frank O'Hara, of the Cath- She leaves four children, Paul, Mor- railroad. Father Martin In his morning from St. Patrick's church, ently opposed the Bradley, President of that famed the sea remains the most potential olic University, on "Content of the ris, Richard and Miss Anna Frances early years was an altar boy at St. His death occurred Tuesday at the clique in every campaign and Is college. Cardinal Gibbons. BlshoD Henchey; four brothers, Edward, John's church and received his early home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the ONLY- - PAPER In Louisville, Allen, Bishop Corrlgan, clergy and factor In working out tho liberation Curriculum in Sociology and EcoThomas, William and Robert Nu- religious education .from the late M. J. Butler, 2305 Portland ave- dally or weekly, that has never laity returned to the "Mountain" of Ireland and of all other nationnomics." It was tho first year for the gent; also three sisters, Mrs. Emma Rev. Father Bax, who will toe re- nue. Surviving him are his wife, solicited or accepted any paid ad- to do honor to Monslgnor Bradley. alities in tho world." that h'o exMr. Nugent membered by many of the older Mrs.. Anna May Butler; two chil- vertisement of tho candidates of It was a solemn occasion, and also pected O'Connor added meeting of the Section of Catholic Grlswold, Miss Catherine many Colleges for Women, definitely or- and one who is a nun. The body generatlo.n. that machine, among whom were one that gave opportunity to the of his to meet In New York among dren, Margaret and Dorothy Butler; American friends, ganized at last year's convention. was "brought to Loulsvlllo and taken Father Martin began his relig- two (brothers, James and George T. Beckham, McChesney, Hamlett and many who ardently admire him and them officers of Irish organizations. There was a larger attendance of to the family home, 1206 South ious studies for the prlesthod at Butler, and five Bisters, Misses Ella others. This stand was taken, be- hold dear his friendship to felici- He was keenly Sisters and teachers. Tho first pa- Third street, and on Thursday morn- St. Charles College, Elllcott City, May, Mary, Anna Jtose, Elizabeth lieving that no true Democrat could tate tho Monslgnor and renew their attitude of thoInterested as to the Irish per was presented by. a Dominican ing the funeral was held from St. Md., and completed the theological and Laura Butler. support Beckham or any of his fol- expressions of esteem and affection, after the declaration of In America war against tac- and for fellow priest and appreciaMary's Seminary. College of Santa Clara, Louis Bertrond church. To "the be- course at St. Sister of the lowers for office, because their Germany and expressed himself as reaved husband and children the Baltimore, Md. He was ordained to SInsInawa, Wis. Her subject was Many friends mourn the death of tics of Injecting prohibition had tive layman voicing with feeling highly pleased .when informed of tlie prlesthqod by Right Rev. Denis Mrs. Fredrlcka Schneider, which oc- done more to disrupt the party and yet with dignified formality the their general unquestioned patriot-Is"Tho Curriculum of the Women's community extends its sympathy. O'Donaghue, Bishop of Louisville, curred Sunday morning at tho resi caused moro dissension in Demo- honest estimate of thoso who have Catholic Colleges in Relation to the and loyalty to tho flag of their MACKTN COUNCIL. at St. Mary Magdalen's church on dence of her son, John Schneider, cratic ranks than all other con- followed Monslgnor-Bradley'Problems of Modern Life." This career adoption. com19. Followwas discussed by Dr. Mary Molloy T. P. O'Connor, tho Irish Nationat tho A very largo and lively crowd Tuesday morning, JulySunday many 1234 South Eighteenth street, after troversies and factional fights hangs and noted the progress ing mass last menace and Rev. James H. Ryan. "Mountain" under his regime to alist leader, who arrived Sunday attended the meeting at Mackln came the the communion rail to ob- an illness of several weeks. Mrs. bined. the This same the Democratic recount to There wore many interesting paheads of Schneider leaves three sons, John, over the prelate's staunch vir- accompanied by Richard Hazleton, pers In the Deaf Mute section, the Council Monday night to 'ballot for tain Father Martin's blessing. George and Frederick Schneider, party today and In every county in tues, his many fine qualities of head also of tho Nationalist party, found the election of delegates to tho Among the meetings of which were presided Grand Council convention. visitors and a daughter, Mrs. William tho State a fight Is being made un- and heart and point to his achieve- his tlmo fully occupied Monday In Tho present receiving almost a continuous line over by Rev. F. A. S. J. John's church last Frankonberger. She Is also sur der tho guiso of prohibition to ob- ments. delegates elected are President Sebr Sunday at St. Rev. wore of callers. Mr. O'Connor, who plans One of the most largely attended O. Hutobach, George J. Father Gorry, vived by a grandson, tho Rev. tain control in the Democratic to go to Washington this week, reof all the meetings was that of the William G. Buckel and W. Thornton, Cincinnati: Rev Father Lothamer, Father Frankenberger, pastor of St. party, hence the organization of tho GETS IWORTANT POST. A. Link. ceived a telegram from personal represntatlves of Provincials of Re- The alternates are John J. Lynn, of Fort Wayno; Rev. Father Augustine's church. Her funeral Forward League, which Is a was held Tuesday morning rrom St. ligious Communities held under the Robert Sheckler, move and the bringing of At the meeting of the Board of friends there Inviting him to be Geller and Kearns, of Cincinnati; Messrs. John auspices Dougherty Raymond Schott. Frankmeeting was Callaghan, of Washington; William Martin's church, of which she was Slxteen-to-On- e Bryan, sixteen words Directors of the Knights of Colum- guest of honor at a dinner for the of Bishop The many years a devout and re- of political bombast to ono Of bus on Monday at Detroit Col. P. H. purpose of having him meet men Wednesday afternoon in the AssemVa.; Harry makes one more Meredith, of Staunton, A. J. Nuel, for spected member. bly' hall of D'Youvllle College. of the nature that the good Klein, of Pittsburgh; Callahan, of this city, was selected of national prominence. Among his truth. greatly appreciate situato There was a stirring and eloquent Lby being a member of such derived Sioux City; William Farnum, Deas Chairman of tho Commltteo on callers wore several ofllcors of tha This an or troit; William Sheehan, Detroit; J. FATHER GAUSEPOnL BETTER, tion andbrings usonly the local paper that has War Activities, to direct and man- United Irish League of America. Shahan, and ganization. Many Interesting and Inas tho address by Bishop Press reports fr6m Cork say the consistently supported tho Demo- age the disbursements of a million-dollother talks of Interest to those pres- structive talks were made toy the P. Mullen, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Felners ent, followed by a general confer- Worthy Chaplin, the Consternation and sorrow pre- cratic party at all times, tho KenJ. P. Mullen, of St. Patl; Miss fund in camps in this coun- Sinn xiornlng, wero active there SunGrand 'Presi day when they smashed among the congregation that ence. Mrs. Irish American dent, Robert T. Burke, and five of Elizabeth Tobin, Sarnla, Ont.;Mich.; vailed St. Mary Magdalen church tucky Democrats of wants to warn try and France. He will open windows in a number of recruiting filled . Wednesday was a busy day, the E. J. Tobin, Grand Rapids, the local headquarters in Washington and offices and by means of a fire escape the who menace here, as all of the perfect an organization at once. work of many departments begin their experience while In spoko of Thomas Fox, Memphis; Mrs. Emma Sunday morning when Father the chafr. Brady, Payne, Ohio; Miss Therese hoisted the Republican flag on tho Gausepohl, tho venerable pas- -, local troubles and dissensions are ning promptly. In the College de- After the meeting the members Brady, Payne, Ohio; Miss Beatrice tor, collapsed and fell to his knees centered in one contest and that Court House flagstaff and smashed partment there were papers on the were CARDINAL URGES ECONOMY. entertained with tho scales hold by the figure of department of ancient languages, a musical programme a lunch and Brady, Payne, Ohio; Mrs. J. M. Just as he concluded the last gos- tho Sheriff's race. Go where you They Justice over the that was Gorry and John Gorry, of Londonj pel. Servers about the altar leaped will, club meeting or ward organizathe department of English and the Herbert C. 'Hoover, who is to be committed many Court House. by all. ' other acts of forward when they saw Father tion, where Democrats gather and National Food Administrator, condepartment of philosophy, with Ohio. Tne Sinn Felners at a Gausepohl totter and caught him in you will find bitter feeling and bad ferred with Cardinal Gibbons at violence. many pointed discussions following. NARROW ESCAPE. time to prevent his falling from the blood engendered because of the Baltimore on Tuesday on the food big meeting adopted resolutions de Father Burke, 0. S. V., and Father FATHER PEIFER'S JUBILEE. national convention as altar steps. Men in the congrega- attempt to force down the throats situation in this country. As a nouncing the attempt on Woods, S. J., were two of the a diplomatic Attorney the part of KavanaEh. his speakers. At the general session wife, Arthur J.B. J.Benslnger Seldom has St. Helen's church tion liurrled forward and assisted of Democrats a heretofore unknown result of Mr. Hover's visit the Car the Government to place Ireland in and his a scholarly paper on "Educational nephew had a narrow escape Mon- at Shively been so taxed as yester In carrying the unconscious priest whose only claim to recognition Is dinal will issue a letter to toe read a false position and prevent tie Is a warm supporter of Haly in all the Catholic churches of the fulfillment of Ireland's' claim " to Btandards" was read by tflev. P. J. day night near Shelbyyllle, day morning, when the pastor, the Into the sacristy, when he later was when Rev. Father John B. Pelfer, cele- removed to his residence adjoining that he bo counted professor of the automobile in McCbrmlck, S. T. L sum- and Beckham and can purposes If Baltimore diocese next Sunday urg- sovereign independence. The resowhich they were brated his silver jubilee mass and the church. Physicians wero carry out their education at the Catholic Uni- returning ing upon housewives tho necessity lutions demanded that the executive ef- on to from everyone knows, for the practice versity, and the author of a num- struck by another Cincinnati was the twenty-fift- h anniversary of his monedtheand after considerable of the strictest reconvene the council to express the good priest was revived elected Sheriff. As fort machine that was ordination ber of valuable works on education. going down hill at opinions of the people and elect Father and placed under the care of a It has beenV a hard task to force economy in their kitchens, a? a a terrific rate. Pelfer is always priest, on the Democratic unassuming and The report of the Committee on All but Mrs. Kavanagh escaped ropressntatlves to a peace conferFather Gausepohl Mr. McNally supporters can testify, with therefore Insisted on only a relig trained nurse. Legislation as affecting Catholic a shaking up, ence. MAKE STEEL HATS. and at .first it was ious observance of the event. Thurs complained of feeling badly when voters, as his colleges was presented by Brother of perLater dispatches say machine he celebrated the early mass, and and after several months, methods thought she was injured Internally. Thomas, F. S. C, of Buffalo, at the She was brought a First concrete evidence that the guns wero used on the Sinn Felners to the city and day evening there was all reception, when It became known to certain. suasion; force and other his candi'closing meeting of the College de- taken to toy the mem members of the congregation that the willing supporters of United States troops will adopt the In the disturbances at Cork on Sunher home In the Owens- - which was attended partment Thursday morning. Very many he was weak they insisted that he dacy can be ' counted on two "hands. European trench helmets (has toeen day morning. They were torought. South sixth street, where she bers of the congregation and Rev. u. r. O'Reilly discussed the hui, A pleasing incident saying high mass at 10 This matter of selecting a nominee disclosed In L'ockport, N. Y the Into action after the police with question "How to Bring .Catholic Is' resting nicely and out of dan- was the presentation of a handsome abandon but he insisted on holding Is In direct opposition to the prin- Simons Manufacturing Company an- clubs had failed to TestoreN order. o'clock, ger. Mrs. Benslnger, who was one Colleges Before the Public," and purse toy the children of the par- the service and was overcome by ciples of Democracy and a continua- nouncing it had received a War The soldiers cordoned various points of tho off for a Brother Bernardino spoke on "Text visit atparty, had stopped Benslnger ish, to whom Father Pelfer has in- the heat. Wednesday Father Gause- tion of the same tactics will so dis- Department contract to make whllo the police chased the rioters Lexington. The Books for College History." An indeed been a spiritual father. pohl was able to sit up, and on rupt the party that after August $17,000,000 worth of the steel hats. to sldo streets. After having borne teresting as well" as valuable report machine was wrecked, the epeed of Thursday his condition was so much if will hp a. hard matter to enlist an They will be made of the same much stoning the police ordered that guns be disturbers. on a Catholic bibliography of his- the other car toeing so. great that it on SAVE SOLDIER BOYS. better thatPr. Hulskamp, the at- organisation against the common' armor plato used armored One rioterfired on the and another was killed tory was made by Rev F. S. Betten, went 400 yards (before toeing tending physician, felt there was no enemy. At the outset it was con- trucks. severely wounded, while a dosen 8. J., of St. Ignatius College, Cleve- stopped. tended in these columns that the Secretary Baker has made pub- further cause for uneasiness. were treated in hospitals for baypolitics Injection of land. lic a letter he has addreesed to the LABORATORY COMPLETED. onet and other wounds. The Tlots FATHER TnOMAS WITITB. disrupt the One of the features of Thursday . ALTAR BOYS IN CAMP. In Louisville would all States calling for Governors of chemical The paper by Rev. party, this being borne out daily owing tonew generosity laboratory," were eventually quelled without tha was the brilliant In keeping the army of Marquis troops coming into action. the The Peter C. Yorke, D. D., of San Rome people of St. Frances of mobilisation campe free from imAccompanied toy the Jlev. Ed- and nightly, when every argument Martin Maloney, of Philadelphia, Is From' LOUdon comes news that church were much rejoieed proper surroundings and immoral mund Baxter, O. P., the altar boys or dispute Is one concerning Francisco, on the "Teaching of dedi- the number of persons candidacy In the Sheriff's about completed, and will be appro or less seriously In theInjured mora Liturgy in the Elementary School." xuwHiay morning wnen tney saw Influences. "Our. responsibility In of St. Louis Bertrand church left rioting In in "Character. Formation Our their pastor, Rev. Father Thomas this matter is not open to ques Tuesday morning to spend four days race. This all leads to rout one cated in the early falliswith of the Cork is given as about thirty In a It White, ascend the altar ito celebrate tion," the Secretary wrote. "We in camp on Harrod's creek at Pros- conclusion. men supporting priate ceremonies. equlpedone , Schools," by Rev. Patrick Cummins, If the chemical Central News dispatch from that anni can young men, pect. In the party were Masters McNally are loyal and true Demo- largest and toest 0. S. B., Conception, Mo., and the massof and thirty-sixt- h Inspector was inversary his ordination to the most sot allow these have been David Musselnian, Henry Charlton, crats they will withdraw him from laboratories in the world and sheds city. One policeand "Memory Work in. the Grades," toy whom will several policegreat honor on the generous donor jured seriously priesthood. Father White had Just drafted of .Into service,-- to toe sur Rev. Brother Gilbert, F. S. C, BalMusselman, John Burke, the race as they oan but realize narrow returned from St. Anthony's Hos- rounded by a vicious and demoralis- Arthur Duane, diaries Franconla, that his further candidacy Is an in- and his family., When the grading men had guns were escapes. o When timore, concluded the work of the James tha trained the site is finished this section machine parish school department. The pital, where he bad been under ing Influence, nor can we leave any- Granville Smith, Raymond Mallaney, justice to Charley Oronan, Scott of the university grounds will offer crowd Tnoet of the rioters disapof necessity of the uniformity of text treatment' for Illness resulting from thing undone which will protect Frank Uurke, Reedy Brown, Charles Bullitt, Charles Foster, Allen Smith new attractions. The lines of the peared. and the rest of the 'ticket, who will edifice, a collegiate gothlc structure, books and the matter of voomtlonal Injuries sustained while . alighting them from unhealthy Influences and Norrls Bdelen, Albert Smith. not want a worthless nomination, are roost delicate and beautiful, training were the subjects discussed from a street oar at Thirteenth and crude forma of temptation." GOD AND NOT MAN. at the last meeting of the Superin- Walnut during the Lenten season. and that will be their portion if while It laake within no convenience INTO THB NAVY. The moral dangers of the camps candidate is alpubthe tendents' section. are worse than the physical" dangers The Osservatore that the raoet advaneed ohemloal lishes a letter from Romano RETREAT FOR SISTBRS. At IS o'clock there was, a 'general which our new army will have to WHHain M. Clines, twenty years lowed to toe forced on local Democ- science could suggest. the Pope on Eliminate MoNally and it meeting of all departments and secThe first retreat for the. Sisters face.. But these dangers can be re old, son of Mrs.. Mary Otlnea, 1087 racy, preaching in' churches. The Pontiff tions, when the resolutions were of Charity of Nasareth began last duced to a minimum through proper South Sixth street, was accepted at will put a quietus on the Brumleve traces general lines for the priests . BISHOP ON BOARD. campaign. to follow, Indicates subjects and read and .adopted. In the afternoon Saturday at Nasareth, and was con- preventive measures on me pare oi the naval recruiting station la the and Right Rev. Bishop SehrWbs has adds: "Sermons should be The friends of Senator Charles there was a meeting of the Su- ducted by Rev. Father SRran, a those In authority. It. will require Custom House on Tuesday apd left rallaloue and seek to Please periors of religious conrraannies, member or the Fassfbnist ordef J a strong hand to keep the concen- that evening for Lexington. M un- II. Knight have .begun campaigning been made a member of the Toledo I as Sen Red Cross Bord. in his behalf for God and not man." representative .of colleges and par- - from St Lasts. tration camps moraHr dean. But dergo ffltokexaminatkm. EDUCATORS PIRST MASS it should be done at any cost. Tho nation has a right to call its young men Into military service and to compel them to fear death if neces sary for its preservation. But it. ruin them morally has no rlght-'twhile In the service of their country. It had duties toward those from, whom It expects the highest duty. o DEMOCRATS IXaly-Bcckha- TAY PAV m . , e, Forty-fourt- , ly he st . n - eub-deaco- n; - t-- .i. -- Bour-hohnal- s, - ht cs fellow-- employes Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m oj Haly-Beckha- m m s -- out-of-to- Haly-Beckha- m ar Haly-Beckha- m Will-lam- ." en-Joy- ed . non-Catholi- Haly-Beckha- m -- Mc-Nall- y's Haly-Beckha- m - . . . .v: i' saaaOBrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. FUBLISMKD KVKRY SATURDAY. Mataift COMING EVENTS. picnlo ry&isfi AJbaaafXKLcyAJ&m ) turn the middle of next week to J uangor, Maine. IaaMa4 ky Aat Qnter vollar taa nMTWMgy. J KKMeajnaa. Ymmc ' KMNTUCKY IRISH AMKHtCAN pmNTtNQ ucfurriN UfrwMw-UH- ta reics, pb yea MM COItW, ftettM. WHMwti sirua copy stenrf attfc nJmii CU Ip JUMMK&HVJ94I Wl rwa K. K0VIIV1I1L1, KY GREETING. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1917 their lives, If need be, hare a right to know that those dear to them at home are protected from the menace that will prove far worse than any submarine campaign if it Is not effectively curbed In time. Kentucky is a great coal State, but nevertheless the menace has been worked here and the masses made Us victim. TRUE AMERICAN SURE. deNot long ago a college-bre- d scendant of the Puritans was arrested in New York for promoting an movement. Though she would have hotly maintained no doubt that she Is a true American, her conduct certainly smacked of treason, says America. In striking contrast to the dispositions of that highly anAmerican of cestry are the words of an "illiterate" Polander who indignantly exclaimed, as Frederick Palmer relates in his stimulating little hook, "With Our Faces to tho With thla issue the Kentucky Irish American rounds out another successful year. Returning thanks to our advertisers, readers and friends, we earnestly pray they may all be spared and that when our next anniversary rolls round we will be here, with the war over and harmony prevailing peace and throughout the world. HELP TIEE ORPHANS. and One of the most patriotic worthy of tho numerous Fourth of July celobrations will be that under the auspices of the Catholic Orphan Society on the St. Vincent Home Mise Elizabeth Pitt, of Fairfield, who was the guest of .Miss Abba grounds. Wigginton, 1 July Lawn fete of St. her brother, left thiBN.week toonmeet Felix Pitt, his Ann's church on school grounds. way homo from St. 'Mary's , SemJuly 15 Outing and picnic of inary at Baltimore. Bandana Democratic Club at Spring Hank Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Connor, July 16 Euchre and lotto by Dr. and Mrs. Bernard J. O'Connor, Hibernian Social Club, at Home, Miss. Mary O'Connor and Miss Raffo 1818 Portland avenue. were last week guests of Mr. and July 17 Picnic of St. Aloyslus Mrs. Eugeno McCarthy at their church, Peweo Valley, on church summer home at Pewee Valley. grounds. picnic1 Tho many friends and acquaint July 17. St. and outing at Woodland Garden, ances of John M. Conway, the well grocer and Democratic 9 Annual garden party known July of St. Anthony's Hospital, auspices leader, are glad to learn that ho Is improving from his recent illness of Sowing Socioty, soon be able to be out. i July 19 Moonlight excursion by and will Trinity Council on Steamer Pil Mrs. Philip M. O'Bryan, Jr., and grim. son. Master Phllln M. fl'Tlrvan. havn Jnlv 22 Outlne of Bandana returned to their home In Dayton TlamnnrnHn ""lnK ot TrlnnHvlrn Inmn ' after a visit to Mr. O'Bryan's parJuly 24 Lawn Feto for Visitar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip O'Bryan, tion Homo for Working Girls. at their home on Cherokee road. July 25 Annual picnic for St. Mrs. William J. Receuver and Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Phoenix daughters, Misses Louise and VirHill Park. July 30 Annual A. O. H. picnic ginia Receuver, of New Albany, will return the first of the week at Phoenix Hill Park, Aug. 1 Annual picnic of Mackin from Indianapolis, where they are visiting Mrs. Rcceuver's sister, Mrs. Council, at Summers Park. August 16 Annual reunion and John Shanley, and family, Dlcnlc of St. Leo's church at James Kearns and his two sons, Highland Grovo, Thornsberxy'a Rev. Thomas L. Kearns and John Park. Kearns, of Springfield, Ohio, and Rev. Father Jesse Lothamere, of CKX UM.K3XMs:::Ka:R,ttw,fciftMA; Fort Wayne, Ind., have returned to their homes after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Louisville. on St. Vincent's 10-1Paul's-churc18-1- July 4 Catholic Orphan Society Orphanage Communion and Confirmation Suits The boys who would be dressed In perfect taste on the 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; blue serges and other fine woolen fabrics, tailored with the greatest care to Insure satisfying wear. Wonderful qualities from JJBACONasgH We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Lv Mahogany Floor Lamps! $19.95 Make a Handsome Gift For the June Bride The most appropriate if wedding present, if it is known that the happy pair 'are to begin housekeeping, is something to grace tho new home. These lamps are ideal for the purpose and are not expensive. There is a choice of six distinct styles. The posts are birch mahogany and have shades in lovely tones of rose, gold and blue in the following designs: Pagoda, Princess, Fancy Tudor, Pointed Tudor and special dome. Every lamp has a two-ligfixture. $2.00 is the first payment on our Household Club Planr with the balance payable at $2.00 a month. ht $5 up to $18 SOCIETY. LEVY'S Third and Market fc -- than against robbers. The latter can after all Injure a few only, but the former are Inflllcting suffering upon the entire country. In a hlgh- flancieu. rasnlon that would have done eredit to the mot renowned highwaymen of history, the public la heM up. .hound aad atr.InniniiV avWters ho go forth to sacrifice ' CEAD MILLE FAILTHE, MUIRE Mrs. Frank McGrath and sons Bank, tqwhich you can MAITHER. siai? Savings Account with this safe, conservative, add J1.00 or more at any time We add absolute safety and 8 per cent. No cost to you whatever are home from Frankfort, after a The attention given the depositor of l.tt or the depositor of J10.0O. pleasant visit as guests of Mrs. John Bright angela are listening with JUST DESSERTS. Villa has come to life again and D. Griffin and family. rapture To murmurs of welcome so sweet, There is little sympathy for the Is reported moving toward Juarez Under tin Big Clek state Gownaeitt Supervision Second and Market hearts of poor Mrs. Adam Hoertz was host Mon- From the griof-lade- n city of Chicago Just now, or at least at the head of a force of 1,500 Erin, day at a tea in honor of Mrs. John the great majority who elected men. Their own Mother Mary to greet! Rehm, who left Tuesday to visit Mayor Thompson on the Republican From heath-coverhilltop and valher sister in Chicago. ley. WHAT POOR HAVE DONE. ticket In 1915,' his majority being From every green leaf on the Mrs. J. D. Farrell and MIssefc everyone 148,000. As knows, sod, In not Mattle May and Thompson has turned out to be the more a town in Nebraska ofthere have been visiting Katherlne W.Farrell A Cead mllle fallthe Is rising FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. than twenty families Neist Mrs. J. To welcome the Mother of Godl smallest executive that ever held stands a very simple but beautiful and other relatives in Nashville. FREE SERVICE. CANDIDATE FOR that high honor. In addition to be- little church and priest's house, the Mrs. Thomas Brady and son To welcome the Balm of our Sor ing traitorous in his remarks he result of many sacrifices on the part row, of a devoted little congregation. Thomas, of Indianapolis, have been refused to allow the Liberty bond Notwithstanding tho fact that many spending a week The mother who watched thro' Subject to the action of the Demowith Mrs. Brady's 1101-0- 3 BAST BROAD WAT. our woe. salesmen permission to canvass the of them borrowed the money which parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Aldef- cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, And kept thy dear faith, martyr'd pnnTTinnran rn .nn hin rfinn nn City Hall, and would not buy a innv 1917. Erin, bond himself. Thompson was ohosen fund, and are still paying 10 per X As pure as thine own mountain Henry G. Hill and Miss Elsie there Mayor on a wave of bigotry, the cent, interest on the same, churchy snow! AaftBat Primary 1017 is still a large debt on tho HarnrlnE. who were married at St, Our guiding star upwards and on 1017 Guardians of Liberty, Junior Order and house. The priest in charm: Francis of Assist church, are now wards, and A. P. A. organizations bitterly of this mission looks after the spir- - on a honeymoon trip through the Whoso blessed light hallows our opposing his opponent because he nuai weuare or uatnoncs in three East, sod, counties, all of them more or less Oh! Cead mllle fallthe for ever was a Catholic and Knight of poor, and he writes Mrs. M. J. Tlerney and daughter. that if the To Mary the Mother of God! Columbus. In marked contrast to Catholic Church Extension Society Miss Lulle Tlerney, after spending Thompson's attitude was a sub- could send him a gift of $400 or a few days in New Orleans, have And Cead mllle fallthe, Saint Jo scription to the Liberty 'bonds by $500 he would be most grateful. gone to visit in Texas for several seph, so many sacrifices on the part weeks. With tho Master's beloved Saint Assistant City Treasurer Joseph After pi people who undoubtedly have John, Rushkewlcz, In the name of the far less than the majority of us, Miss Helen Malone Was host Still near to the Empress of Heaven Polish Roman Catholic Union of shouldn't we, who claim to bo prac- Wednesday night at a dancing party As in the dark days that are tical Catholics, 'be ashamed of the at the home of her parents, Mr. America. gone. little that we give to the missions? and Mrs. John T. Malone, on Chero- Tho great heart of Erin is throb Have you ever made a sacrifice in kee road. bing, .MENACE TO HOMES. order that someone not so forAnd tears of love freshen her sod, tunate as yourself would be beneMiss Henrietta Bannon left Tues- To welcome the favorites of heaven, While owing to the high price of fited? The mite of the widow reaps Who came with the Mother of day to will coal the poor were stinting them- more than the gold of tho rich man, attend visit in Springfield, andgiven God! several house .parties selves and freezing 4n their cold because in one case a sacrifice Is by her classmates at St. Catherine's FOR required, whereas in the other there Academy. Sweet Mother, stay with us forrooms during the past winter, or Is none. Will you not send a little ever, else were rapidly exhausting their sacrifice offering today to the Cath For much as we lov'd theo before, Miss who unsmall savings to keep the children olic Church Extension Society, 750 derwent Catherine Breslln, Sts. Mary Since our Isle has been blest by OF TEFFERSON COUNTY an operation at 1111 ii i thy presence, from suffering, a coal sales com- MoCormlck building, Chicago, 111., and Elizabeth Hospital, Is improvWe love thee a thousand times Subject to Action of Democratic Party. for this Nebraska mission? M. ). BANNON, P. IANK0N, JR., pany which markets the output of ing rapidly and now able to receive T. H. MERIMEE, more! Fres. & Mr. her friends. Vice Fret, ft Treat. a number of mines has just deX Secretary. And oh! when life's long dreary blue are her eyes, how tender her DIVORCE PLAGUE. pathway clared, according to tho Rochester heart, and how dearly you love her. 4- Revr- - Father Schaub, pastor of Thy poor Irish children have Tell it all now now when the walk "The civil war did not make so St. Bernard's church at Rockport, Post Express, a cash dividend of 1st hard, and the suntrpd, 30 per cent, and added another 30 many widows and orphans as our and Miss Rose Schaub, were In New May thy Cead mille fallthe, sweet through life shine of praise is yearned for to divorce courts have made in the Albany per cent, to its capitalization. This last twenty years," Dr. the past week for a visit Mother, brighten it, and to warm and enJames J. Then welcome us home to our courage the pilgrim by the wayside. Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, modest income of ,60 per cent, on Walsh Is reported as saying in his with their mother. God! BaHBaa's Pateat LitMei Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits. its investment Is doubtless suffi- address at a meeting In Carnegie Thomas F. Mitchell, of MilM. M., E de M. BIAS .MAN A SOUL? Further- waukee, who came to attend the ciently gratifying to Its stockhold Hall, New York City. Wall Cepta;, Draia Tile, Yfrifieel irlcK, Loretto, Fermoy. more, the pointed ers, but it represents a condition, of "the orphandoctor man who out that wedding of his brother, P. J. Mitrue rruoBBg, iiaiBg, fire BricK A physician wished to prove to a of a has died and J. Crate aad Seller Tile, Greta Fire Clay, Cklmaey IVjn. SUMMER SCnOOL. affairs which the country can not for his country has a fine Incentive chell,Monday Mies Maryhome. Delaney, priest that man has no bouI and for his to what Is best in life, while the left asked him: tolerate. There is a limit to public OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON The Catholic Summer School . of "Have you ever seen a soul?" Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Corcoran, endurance. It is more important orphan of the divorce court, with Its evil suggestions "No." and its dis who have been making their home America will open tomorrow at Cliff . HOME PHONES CITY 373-178- 6. CUMB. MAIN S07. that the citizen be protected against grace, has only motives that take in Cordyvllle, "Have you ever heard one?" Canada, have re- Haven, on Lake Champlaln, N. Y., manufacturers or dealers who re- away Z WORKS "No." Too true. And turned to- - Louisville and are with and will present a varied lecture f3thefldBreck. aad Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th aad lOtfa. X "Tasted one?" lentlessly screw up the price of the yet our divorce courts keep grinding Mrs. Corcoran's mother, Mrs. James and entertainment programme that will continue until September 7. "No." Wathen. commodities required for dally life away. Sixtv-oner-ol- d s grounds. It will embrace all the refeatures of the union and picnic, where every one can meet friends, and renew old acquaintances. At the same time they will be doing God's and the State's work In aiding the parentless children who are being cared for in Light:" "These old' Americans talk as If our orphanages. they had all the patriotism. I'm APPROVE 3IAYOR'S STAND. sick telling us at their preparedness banquests that All good citizens, regardless of we foreigners, as they call us, have political affiliation, approve Mayor got to be Americans. America Buschemeyer's ringing statement to means just as much to us as to pseudo reformers who are seekthe They were born here; they ing to make political capital out of them. had to be Americans. We make the Vice Commission's report. The ourselves Americans because we Mayor said: want to be, and we are just as good "I am one of those as they are and we'll citizens who believes that there Americans fight for America, too." are still pure women and young That was well said. Though the girls in the world who know absocollege student, like her later anlutely nothing, who do not even think about vice, and I feel that cestors, was "born here," she proved by furthering an in closing the red light district and propaganda that she did not "have driving the inmates of the houses to be American" at all, notwith into sections where they come in contact with good women and chil- standing the fact that the United dren I would be doing our city a States happened to be the country greater harm than the few who of her origin. But the very padiffer with me say I am doing now triotic American who chanced to be a citiin keplng them where they are. I born in Poland think that the publication of the zen of the United States by delibsubject in the newspapers is wrong. erate choice, showed by his words I feel this way about it, not be- and actions that he was not only a cause I have been criticized, but far truer American than our ge-bred Socialist of "irreproachabecause it is one of the things that doesn't do any good. It were bet- ble" New England ancestry, but ter, I think, to work out such prob- even than many of tho well-fe- d lems quietly and with fairness to patriots who rise at preparedness banquets to give "foreigners" eloall." quent but Inexpensive advice. of-th- eir new-comers I but-became Mrs. Allen Long, of Newark, . J., will arrive today to visit her Miss Leora Murray has returned parents, Mr. Mrs. George Zix. from a visit to Miss Genevieve King She will be and accompanied by Mrs. Point. at West Br Morrisso, of Now York, who will also visit her sister, Sister M. J. Hogan left Mr. and Mrs. Home, Frances, at Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with whom she has St. Vincent's eighteen not seen for relatives at Wheeling. years. Henry Volgt, of Chattanooga, has Mr. Delaney anMrs. P. been visiting his sisters, the Misses nounce and marriage J. their daughtho of Volgt, in Jeffersonville. ter, Mary J., to P. J. Mitchell, of Milwaukee, Wis., which was quietly Will Head and wife spent last solemnized on Sunday, Juno 24, on at New Haven with Joseph account of the serious illness of week Thornbury and family. Mr. Mitchell's father. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell left immediately for Milgone to waukee, where they shall reside. Mrs. Hugh Graham has Hawesville to spend a month with her mother, Mrs. Eliza Webb. With a nuptial high imass at 6 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. and Louis Bertrand's church the Rev. G. Harpring Mrs. Frank family left Monday for their sum- Father Lyons united in holy wedmer home at Bay View, Mich. lock Miss Sallio Frances Beirne and George W. Vonslck in the presence Gary B. Hlnes and daughter of a large number of relatives and Mrs. are visiting in Washington as the friends. The bride Is tho pretty guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and accomplished daughter of Mr. Ford. and Mrs. John Beirne and a favorite in her circle, and the groom is Miss Frances Corrlgan left last a popular employe of the Turner, foe the Day & week for Buffalo, N. Y., to Woolworth Company. After guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. J. a wedding 'breakfast at the home of tho bride's parents, 1151 South Twelfth street, the happy couple Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nally have re- left for a wedding trip to Chicago turned from a week's visit with Mr. and the North. and Mrs. Clarence Nally at New N-- JOSEPH NEVIN A Living Room Rocker $16.50 The frame is genuine mahogany or solid quarter-sawe- d oak, as preferred, with an upholstering in a positively guaranteed grade of imitation brown Spanish leather. This Rocker is one of the most exceptional furniture values we have ever offered. $1.65 is the first payment on our Household Club Plan, with the remaining payments at $2.00 a month. ( A Solid Oak Buffet $19.75 This Buffet is 52 inches long and is designed on simple refined lines that give it an unusually pleasing appearance ; choice of either golden or fumed finishes. There is ample drawer and cupboard room for. silverware and table linen, china and glassware. $1.95 is the first payment on our Household Club Plan, with the remaining payments at $2.00 a month. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Haven. Mrs. Patrick Burke, of Now Albany, had as a welcome visitor her brother, Dennis Cassln, of North Vernon. . colle- William G. Hannon will return homo from Akron, Ohio, next week, where ho has been employed for some time. avenue, are visiting their at brother, Dr. William McCarty, Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCarty, Bon-nycas- tle I wish to call attention to my candidacy for County Commissioner subject to the action of the Democratic primary. I believe my experience on tho Board of Public Works under the late Mayor Henry S. Tyler, and almost a lifetime spent in the construction of streets, roads, etc., qualifies me for the position to which I aspire. I promiso if FORWARD LEAGUE PLAN. elected to devote my entire time to The following story, told by Gov. the duties of this office, and reStanley recently, probably applies to spectfully solicit your support. JOSEPH NEVIN. many of the Democratic Forward Leaguers who are prohibitionists in public only: Two women. in discussing their husbands' habits brought S. out the following: "My husband goes out every evening for a little constitutional," one of the women said. Then she inquired: "Does yours?" "No," replied the other. "No, my husband keeps it in the house." -- Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the home U brightest; Whoro the work U lightest; Where the meal i cooked best$ Where the range stands Where work Is qnlcklj done; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge la out of . sight That's where Meal" coma in. the-"Qulc- SHIL0H H0LLIS the test That's where the "Quick Meal" cornea la. Quick Meal Gan Routes Sold, Installed aad Highly Recommended. dfcrllfcfK Ol SUN, W. MARKET ST. GERMAN INSURANCE BANK ed AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES COUNTY CLERK FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. BE SURE TO CALL FOR f McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. WM. T. McNALLY 1 H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Kyt nmn -- iiiiihtiihiih tiiiininiim P. BANNON PIPE CO. ne self-respec- t." &. WORLD'S FINEST. In the hills of Westchester county the Archdiocese of New York Is to establish the finest cemetery In the world, according to an announcement Just made in New York. The purchase of the property was made with the approval of Cardinal Far- le7 who has named the burial Cemetery f tha Gate of Don't wait till some one Is gone spending their honeymoon lh the East. They wllL return July 15 from you to tell their virtues. Don't and be at home at 2716, West Jef- wait until your sister is far away in another land to .tell her how ferson street. pretty or helpful, how how Miss Frances MeCann, who Is the courteous she is: and don't wait guest of Mis Susan MeDermott at until the weary hands are crossed lha iioma of her narents. Mr. and aad the long sleep ooraes before you Mm. Sdward McDermott, wIH re- - mak mothar know what a beautiful Leonard J. Probst and bride, who was Miss Alice McCabe Flynn, are DON'T WAIT. "Smelt one?" "No." "Yes." '.'Have you ever touched a soul?" cine, will you tell me whether or "Well," continued "Yes, thanks be," answered the not you have over seen a pain?" the priest, "No." "hero we have four senses to one priest. "Or heard one?" proving that there is no pain, and, "Well, then," continued the phy "No." notwithstanding, you know there isl sician, "here we have four senses "Smelt one?" pain." to one, and from this I conclude "No." that there is no soul." ,' "Tasted one?" The number of married women Then the priest replied by ques ' ' "V- "' . , "No." working as wage earnersl has tioning in his turn: '; "Have you ever felt apaln?" , doubled in the last year, "Since you are a doator of meal- Miiimimi'nimimiiiiiniiniiiiiiiunw t ' - . v V jsaajsPixjGiaryr Readers of the 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. Highest Cash Prices Paid (or Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Crease. iribh ajsEjrxoaj& VOTJB ITOIfc RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS SAM L. ROBERTSON ANNOUNCEMENT IMfcY RICHIE'S LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phono City 721 SLICED BACON "AM " Cut-O- ff BBEt2lBlllllWi , H f Cumberland Main 721 "fOUTHXRN STAR" Ready (or Your Griddle la Morulas" PZ0PX.ES PXOVZDXKT A880CIAT20 Incorporated. n was organized by citizens OF JEFFERSON COUNTY to make Subject to Action of Democratlo Party, tba LOANS Primary August 4, 1917. on furniture and other personal prop well-know- SHERIFF CANDIDATE TOR In making toy announcement as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative legislative irom tne Forty-fourt- h Pleasant Worm 5yrup. Kidney and Bladder, Blood and Liver district I wish to call attention Penetrating Oil. Vogtlax Tablets. to the fact that in 1915 my vote in that district, which is comHome Phone City 1C4 posed of city and county preSeventeenth and Bask cincts, was larger than that of Gov. Stanley's. My defeat in the WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU general election by 129 votes was AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT accomplished by the importation , . FOR TtHnr Indie ovnr vnnr fans NHW mJ 1 ii. oi many negro repeaters. ob( which ned it BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT, COUNTY COMMISSIONER JOHN DRESOHER. VOGT'S VF WITHOUT JL REIyXA.J3X3B KAJSMAOY H. S. McNUTT HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY First and third Friday, Hibernian 1818-182- Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. Primary August 4, 1917. LARD, SAUSAOB SAM0, LOTJISVIIiIiE PROVISION CO. ( la oorpo rated.) X.OWEST BATES. , CSleman Blag., El Cor. Third and Jefferson. 8. Both Phones, 2886. erty at FRANK DACHER DIVISION 3. ANDREW M. SEA COMPANY REPAIR Hancock and Broadway Clydo Sneddon, Proprietor, BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY fFormer Foreman Overland Louis ville Co. ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Seventh Stroet 1104 South Cars Our Specialty Phone City 6674 Phone City 6007 SNEDDON Home o, 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Rlloy. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary Financial John J. Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s tt0Cf Phone City 135 CH1XDERS ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED. 333 WBST MAIN STREKT DINNER INCOMPLETE i k Phone Shawnee tot HENRY GOSS BNGRAVERS MNOJCH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky M W. Mala St., Host Phone City 6674 Sentinel Thomas Noont. Pat Begley. oc-jj- auTTSBixa, spotrnxa Repaired and Painted Tin Ruo JOS.East BXXyI YELLOWSTONE H- ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY fill West Broadway, EonlsvlUe, Xy. JOHN B. O'LBARY & CO. Headquarters (or Walnut Street 803 CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Wall Paper and Window Shades See us about anything In real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames and Window Shades Made to Order. estate. We sell, buy and rent 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 2517. Borne Phone City 4464. The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. CANDIDATE FOR President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. CITY TREASURER CITY TREASURER Financial Secretary Thomas J. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. Langan, 734 West Oak. Primary August 4. 1917. Primary August 4, 1917. Recording Secretary William P. CANDIDATE DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, ! yv NONE PURER CALL NO. 467 BEER NONE BETTER FOR McDonogh. M. B. KENDRICK Treasurer Sorgoant-at-Arm- s nan. Sentinel John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dig- - JOS. A. LUDWIG Prompt "Delivery Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.! J. McDermott. DEMOCRACY Form of Government That Demands Greatest Number of Virtues. PRACTICING! LAWYER FOR TWEHTY.FIYE YEARS atX IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed W. O. RUSSELL O. - " WHISKEY INCORPORATED. K. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER BBBB BBbV & SONS SATISFIES THAT LONGING. t. T. LOUISVILLE, KY, COMPANY PRINTERS 1507 West Market Stroet Phono City 6659 JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER If nominated and elected I promise to devote mv time to the duties of the office and further the interests of the people. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4, 1917. CANDIDATE cut-thro- at E. YANN DAIRY INCORPORATED 508-51- THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H 00. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, Distillers Of ST. OLD FORTUNA 'HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Mala St. 0 SOUTH WENZEL Both Phones 4203 SOUR MASH Fifth Magisterial District First, Seeond, Third Wards PURE RYE to Action of Democratlo Louisville, Ky. Subject primary August , iiy. Party. PORTRAIT According spondent of ovia.qixxa.te; CANDIDATE FOR Christianity Only Will Lift Man Ahovo Ills Present Lowly Condition. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f CIIAS. ANSON WM. AUGUSTUS Successor to C. Molter Contractor of Excavating, All BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ConKinds of Special Attention Given Picnics and Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets crete and Wrecking. 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. J 820 E. Cassln Avo. Homo City 2900 Phone City 4803 ccd GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. f ! Funeral Director and Embalmer! BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. J 0iH'i8"H'Hil'i'lHl11llH,,lt,'M4lt DOUGHERTY & McELLIOCT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers f BOTH jEHOIJQJS. Cumb. Main 2098-- a A Home City 2008 IHI1IIH - HtHlWWWH t1 T 9 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y ; J. J. BARRETT'S 1 SONS!! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMtRb. 822 Home PhoH 3a.-f- c 3VXaJjo. Street. Cambcrlaad, West 11 Shawnee 484 RATTERMAN Chapel Free te Patrons. SCANNELL INCORPORATE). Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY It yaar Vsya am aaoaMeu Uwt wUi yrcjpK tats for 1U. t4 H.B0SSES0N ' Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 102S. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 112 W. Sreaaway, oJbrvlU, Zy. Coadbottd by the Xaverlaa Brother BubUlms and Clastic!, Solatlao Ooursea, Preparatory Departmeat, Law SwlmaUax Pol, Wall Xqulppe Ojmii Iui. Tmrmn V4art Bra JtMH, Hit SIO FKHR AVENUB Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces For the next three weeks we are going to offer all of our lacee at a liberal discount. This offer Is genuine, and it will pay our customers to write us at once while our stock Is complete. "out-of-to- 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED Ciwib Grocary Stores. 'The Best Por Lets.'9 to Order amy er more deMrerotf part ef the etty. for 1 Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S, FOURTH AVE. great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, humility, honesty and justice.' and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Sargent has accepted a proposal In order that society may live and from the Governors of the National prosper two things are needed: An PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Gallery of Ireland to paint a porInheritance of trait of President Wilson for that RELIGION BEST FITTED TO TEACH a superhuman Inviolable truths and principle of justice Cumb. Phone West 191 Homo Phone 191J institution. and love. Our Lord brought both these treasures to earth. He enIRISH NAMES LEAD. During the whole of the nine- trusted them to his church, which and teenth century a keen struggle went has Jealously guarded them manThere are fifteen Bishops with unceasingly offers them to Irish names In British America, five on 'between 'Christianity and democ- kind; but the world will have none racy. Christianity ..bad produced In England and Scotland, and ten our Western civilization and pre- of them and desires a civilization SfCORFOKATBD In Australia and the adjoining sided over the formation of modern that owes nothing to a divine d islands. There are moro appeared as source. Hence the successive failBishops today In the world nations; the democracysocial power, ures of all such systems. Neither a "great political and than the total attendance at some which in its turn is on its way to Is the list exhausted If men will of the great councils of the church conquer the world, and is resolved persist in the attempt to build the In past ages. to remodel, regenerate and trans future city on the shifting sand of at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, axoeUeatAwM changing truths, form it." This struggle is going on soil of morality and on the barren egoism. from STOPPED THE GIGGLE. constantly. GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. observes, As M. A. In the opinion of some democracy A lady entered a railroad car and is part of the very nature of things. the democracy would render its task took a seat in front of a newly mar- There Is a radical opposition be much moro Intricate should It deried couple. She was hardly seated tween the principles of the gospel liberately separate itself from the before they began making remarks and the aspirations of democracy. beliefs and traditions of the past. about her. Her last year's bonnet No agreement Is possible, the two It will make Its project of popular and coat were fully criticized with must be in perpetual conflict. In education and government all but more or less giggling on the bride's the opinion others the difference Impossible If It proceed violently part, and there Is no telling what arises solelyof from misunderstand to dissociate itself from the moral The Best Straight Whisky On Earth might have come next If the lady ings, local circumstances, historical and religious Ideas which have been put a sudden stop to the causes, all of which may disappear. closely Interwoven In the course of had not conversation by a bit of strategy. There would thus be no necessary ages. Above all, Its condition will She turned her head, noticed that antagonism, no irreconcilable oppo become desperate whenever It shall INCORPORATE) the bride was considerably older sition between the old Christianity seek to expel God from the new Sole Ovrar Re&Utered Dial. No. 32,' than the groom, and In the smooth and the young democracy. The city as a tyrant or a wearisome est of tones said: dream of a Christian democracy is pedagogue. West Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 "Madam, will you please ask not as chimerical as many are disyour son to close the window?" VISITING IlELATIVES. posed to believe, and there is The "son" closed his mouth and ground Tor hope that under the Rev. Father Edward, C. P., of the the bride no longer giggled. forms of popular government, which the future seems to promise, relig- Sacred Heart Retreat on the New- CAN'T BE BEAT. ion will be free to carry on its burg road, is in New York for a The Big Amusement Caster work of education, peace and' civili- visit with his relatives. It was in the commercial room, zation. High Vaudeville OUR COUNTRY. and the talk had turned to hens. &Z A: i,A There is no radical antagonism "Talking of hens," remarked the between Christian principles and Dancing American, "reminds me of an old the fundamental Here we expect to live the rest of principles of Cl hen my dad once had on the farm democracy; whatever antagonism our mortal lives. Here is where Paulsen's Military Band In Dakota. She would hatch out there may be between Christianity dwell our children and our grandanything from a tennis ball to a and democracy comes from other children. New Restaurant lemon. Why ono day she s'at on a causes; and only as that antagonThere are good people In other piece of Ice and hatched out two ism disappears will democracy be countries. But here the people rule; wmraufw Other Attractions quarts of hot water." not the "well- Klddyland ablo successfully to accomplish the not the classes, "That doesn't come up to a great task it has undertaken. None born" (as they stylo themselves), d hen my old mother once but all the people; the democracy had," remarked the Irishman. "They of these causes of antagonism be- governed not by selfish or class Intween democracy and Christianity terests, had been feeding her by mistake but by a sentiment of Christo the nature of things; on eawdust instead of oatmeal. Well, belong tian brotherhood and tho motives sor, she laid twelve eggs and sat they arc all in the historic order, of altruism. Wo are not promoting disappear the old and rebuilding; but we are on thlm, and when they hatched, and may consequently Fifth begorra, eleven of the chickens had like the local circumstances which developing the new along more It has often wooden legs and the twelfth was a gave rise to them. lines. Thus it is not only been very Justly observed that of ethical woodpecker!" our country by of resi "As Nef to You as tbe Nearest Phone' all forms of government a democ- dence, but also the accident ours by choice and racy is that which demands the Ideals. Our first allegiance Is hero RETORT. Oar Special $3.00 Spray greatest number of virtues, and pledged. Let It then be a loyalty consequently the largest measure of that would not encroach upon the An English bank clerk, who Our Special $5.00 Wreath Civic or moral vlrtuo rights of others, but that would Imagined that no one was as clever Christianity. can exist outside the Catholic re- rather help forward than Injure or The largest values in Fuse-ra- l as he, was recently on a visit to Flowers ever offrred J the South of Ireland. It was this ligion; but this religion Is better handicap other peoples. That Is tho Loulivllle young man's greatest pleasure to fitted than any other to teach the Americanism to which we subscribe. and social virtues, to Catholic Citizen. hold up the "natives" to ridicule For prompt delivery call ?23' on every possible occasion. One lift man above coarso sensuality and both phoats. morning when he was out for a narrow selfishness. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Though the following words of stroll with some of his friends he Long military capes are quite met a boy leading a very thin horse Talne may have been often quoted, and may bo known to all, they are popular. along tho road and called out: "Say, Pat, why don't you get In- so closely connected with our subMany suits show military effect NORTON BUILDING ject that we can not resist the In braiding. side and fill him out?" N. W. Oner Fwirttt ani JeffersM would, sir." said Pat, "if his pleasure of repeating them. "I The large hat is favored "Today," he says, "after eigh- with white suits. jffO fourth AwnwlxMifvWy J mouth was act big as yours." teen centuries, in both hemispheres, And now tho trousered skirt is Christianity is striving, Just as it SALT WILL CURE. "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." headway. did in the workmen of Galilee, to gaining town wear Por the smart woman A pinch of salt on the tongue, change love of self into love of Louisville Business College It still , forms the strong wears a black or blue hat. followed by a drink of cold water, others. Sport hats have little red, white wings necessary for lifting man will cure sick "headache. and blue cockades on the sides. "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" Salt hardens the gums and above his lowly condition and limB.RATTERMAN SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Russian skirts of washable white JOHN Through patience, ited' outlook. makes the teeth white. Christtanfty satin are quite the proper caper. One teaspo6ntul of salt dissolved resignation and hope Under the Management of Hats are worn well down on the in one cupful of hot water will re- will lead him Jo the haven of calm. FUNERAL DIRECTOR It will carry him beyond the boun- head and put on perfectly straight. lieve indigestion. During tho last few weeks the 2114 WEST MARKET ST. Strong Alt water will revive an daries of temperance, purity and high stock and jabot of fine net unconscious person quicker than kindness, to the grandeur of Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Phone (Formerly with Spencerlan) brandy or whisky. and sacrifice. Always and has become very popular. West 1107a. Mr. McCarty Is still doing that Salt and pineapple juice will cure everywhere during eighteen hundred Underwear designers are Introduc e work that Spenceitea years, so soon as these wings have ing the most startlingly vivid colore It to being used in wools, satins, a mild case of gastritis. solicitors have told you about to; drooped or were broken, the stand- Imaginable Into underwear. voile. Mnens and cottons, past sixteen years. The Ladies' Auxiliary of' Green ard of public and private morality New nighties and chemises are White satin, whichls cashable, Day and Night ClassM. point, N. Y., have adopted the cus- has been lowered; narrow and cal now shown in orange, yellow, will bo U8ed in the dreieler separate . tom of substituting for flowers at culating selftahaeM has regained American beauty and violet. Phones: College Office, OJty skirts which are always found so oruelty and funerals donations to poor chapels the upper hand; Mala 458. Residence, CM? wuiie win uetHJiuw mare .ana l useful. With these skirts are worn sensuality have , displayed them- - more popular with warm weather." the daintiest of crepe, blouses. 4879; Curab. West 129. ui iuv iiTvuiu Afiu ivmu Due to the There Is No Antagonism Be- selves; and society has become a Nothing and. evil place. tween Christian Principle but Christianity then can preserve to the Dublin corre and Democracy. in society gentleness and kindness, the London Times, John FOR IRELAND. FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common WIEDEMANN ' BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. Irish-name- lieroy-BeaulI- eu OLDBARBKE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Class FONTAINE FERRY GERMAN BANK &R m club-foote- and Market Sts. I FRED ERHART ARCHITECT all-bla- ck New Location self-devoti- on r. l. Mccarty 78iJf-Cumb- high-grad- XETDJO:k:Y IRISH HERMAN STRAUS .AJkC&JRIOAJNT. PRESENT FOR TEAOHEIU On the last day of the scholastic year tho students of St. Xavler's College gathered In the large audi- HIBERNIANS. What They Havo Been Doing1 the Past Week General News READ THIS! All claims against the City pass through tho hands of tho Auditor. Ho is responsible for many thousands of dollars of tho people's money. For such a responsible position in YOUR OWN business what kind of a man would YOU select? I am now Auditor of several Louisvillo Corporations paying large taxes and doing many Thousands of Dollars of business Annually and I havo handled their business satisfactorily. I am a business man seeking an offlco tliat demands business attention. EFFICIENCY Is tho only plank In my platform. If elected I shall bring experience, competency and Industry to servo you. JOS. L. STEURLE, Candidate for City Auditor. SONS J , We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS ' NORFOLK UITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT. $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 White Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS 60c 79c $1.00 KNIGHTS OF C0LMBI1S NOTICE TO VOTERS as It Ellis Duncan, is not eligible for is unlawful for any one to hold a Federal ofllco with, salary attached and at the feamo time servo tho county, city or State and receive salary or profit. Section 237 Constitution: Ofllccs Incompatible: No member of Congress, or person holding or exercising an office of trust under tho United States shall bo eligible- to hold or exercise any ofllco of trust or profit under this constitution. Recognizing the above law and the fact of Dr. Duncan's ineligibility, I have announced myself as a candidate for the office of. Coroner of Jefferson county, subject to tho party at the primary to bo held August 4, notion of the Democratic 19 17, and solicit your vote and support. DR. H. E MECHL1NG. - Late News That Will Interest Members Here and The following section of the Constitution is quoted to show that our present Coroner, Dr. Denver Council voted ?1,000 to tho Red Cross Society. Sixty candidates havo just been Wis. initiated into the order at Wausau, The Knights of Hastings, Neb., subscribed 110,000 for Liberty loan bonds. 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 19J7 CLAY HALL Candidate ForJRe-Electio- du Lac, Wis. There will be a fourth degree exemplification at Trinidad, Col., on July 4. The Knights of Oklahoma City are soon to have a now hpmo of their own. The three degrees were given to a large class last Sunday at Fond The Initiation ot fifty candidates . n Clerk of the Police Court BjBJBP5jB aBBwBJBeK 1917 LORAINE MIX FOR The ifourth degree was magnifi cently staged for the class at Utlca by the New York City degree corps. There is much activity in Okla homa. New classes will be put on In four cities and a council organ Subject to Action of Democratic Party. ized at Ardmoro. orRev. William M. Hlggins, AUQUST PRIMARY 1917 dained to the priesthood for the Denver diocese at Kearney, Neb., Is to be given a chalice by Denver Council. For provided a gala day for the Knights at Algona, Iowa. Before a gathering of nearly 1,000 the third was conferred on a class of 100 at BInghamton. American troops to the battlefields of France. President Wilson has asked that 400 priests bo assigned Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. to the first United States forces that will go to Europe. Cardinal Gibbons, considering the great need of priests in the West, decided that 1917 August Primary 1917 the East must supply them. Car dinal Farley will select frcm the metropolitan see of New York sixty of the 100 priests apportioned tp New York State. This leaves forty Candidate for -- bRS?'JH3P ot which for the four dioceses 1 ,.& Buffalo is one. Every priest of the council. Archbishop Harty attended the 400 "will go as a volunteer. banquet that followed the Initiation NATIONAL SHRINE. fifty-fiv- e 'of new members at Beatrice, N. B". He made a fine In the last Issue of Salve Regina, rt talk that all will long Subject to Action of the bulletin of the National Shrine remember. to of the Immaculate Conception, Democratic Party be erected at Washington, acknowl MOST ALLURING SPOT. edgement is made of the receipt of four shrine booklets Ferry Park, with Its therefor from friends and checks Fontaine 1017 AUGUST PRIMARY residing In 1017 of shade trees, popular Kentuckyl Any donations or gifts endless row swimming pool, for this most laudable undertaking restaurant, sanitary cabaret entertainers, open air con- should be addressed to Rev. Bernard certs and high class vaudeville thea- A. MoKenna, Catholic University, ter, is now one of the most alluring Washington, D. C. and enjoyable spots in Louisville. The theater bill for next week will TSAttNED FOUR MEDALS. present the cleverest vaudeville entertainers wen here this season, jMlss Kathleen Burke is a London headed by Misa Gertrude Barnes, a great success singer who lias won admiration girl whose work, hae won In Red Forty-Eight- h Legislative District of Kentucky. Cross relief throughout the country. Charles F. In England the "singularly for her fitting Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Bemon, Emily Frances Hooper and title Tenof affection, Herbert Marbury, Benny and Woods derness and Pity." "Knight of Every one of SeeMmckg wlH 'be other Imand the been 'nobly portant entertainers rounding out the four medals has performance. earned by splendid an excellent programme. She hi the first alien woman to receive from Russia the decoration of BOTH PHONES 2399 LAWN FBTH" FOR ST. ANN'S. the Slavonic Red Cross. 2b COUNTY JUDGE RUSSELL GAINES The Alhambra of Syracuse will a benefit performance Monday night for the fund for building a soldiers' chapel at the State Fair grounds. Thursday evening the Knights' of Omaha held a reception on the lawn of Crelghton University for Archbishop Harty and the priests of tho diocese. Denver Council exemplified the third degree last Sunday for a class of fifty. James T. Keefe, representSupreme Council, had ing the charge of the work. " Among tho sports at tho Fourth of July celebration of tho Knights of Columbus of Denver will be a baseball game between the priests of the city and the old men of the give Division 3 will meet next Friday evening. William Mulloy and Charles McCaffrey, of Division 4, aro on the sick list. John F. Leeney, of New Britain, has been elected State President for Connecticut. PROUD PARENTS. During the past two months thirty Another young Democrat arrived now members joined Division 7 of Sunday morning at the home of New A'ork City. JMcCrory, Theo. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Hibernians have arranged 3430 Rudd avenue. Mr. McCrory, for a great patriotic celebration of being an of the present the Fourth of July. Democratic Executive Committee, Is The concert given by Division 3 in hopes of the new arrival some ot Indianapolis netted $100 for tho day becoming a shining star in the Notre Damo Irish library fund. political arena, and being partial to Niagara Falls (Hibornlans are the name Frank, due to the existing negotiating for tho amalgamation friendship of Messrs. Dugan and of the two divisions in that city. McGrath, It has been decided to Connecticut Hibernians havo orname him after the Rev. Frank ganized the "On to Frisco" club for who was recently ordained, Martin, of Mr. McCrory, the Journey to the national convena iformer and a personal friend ot tho fam- tion. ' If any member likes fish just put ily. Mr. and Mrs. McCrory aro now in your application for same with the proud parents of six boys, and each one now has a sister. Both Joo McCarthy, who Is making big mother and young son are doing hauls out of the Ohio. Division 2 ot Syracuso entertained well. 200 soldiers last week, when Rev. George Mahon and James Shea de TWIN CITY LEAGUE. livered stirring addresses. Tho County Board Picnic Com The Twin City League results furnished some real surprises last mittee and a like committee from Sunday which are still tho talk of the Ladles' Auxiliary met Thursday the fans. In tho first place the evening In Bert rand Hall. Division 3's outdoor euchre and Orioles defeated the heretofore unbeaten K. of C. team In a 5 to 4 lotto on July 16 is sure to draw contest, featured by the wonderful a record breaking crowd, and the playing of "Jimmy" Hogan at committee Is securing nico prizes. Sergeant Tom Fltzgibbons short, and all Butchertown was and ablaze Sunday evening over the Jerry Hallihan are two of tho old victory. Next in order of surprises wheel horses who were present at was the decisive beating given tho Division 4's meeting Monday night. strong Imperials by the Hibernians Tho Ladies' Auxiliary will havo in an 8 to 3 contest featured by the charge of tho euchre and lotto to Charley be given In connection with the picpitching of old reliable Henry and the second base sensa- nic on July 30 at Phoenix Hill Park. tional playing of Earl Flynn for the The Ladies' Auxiliary of Quincy, winners. The other results were Mass., celebrated their, anniversary nor such surprises, Mackln winning frith a patriotic pageant. Mayor" over Trinity 11 to 3 and Champs Whlton was the guest and delivered winning over Bertrands 13 to 7. the address. Tickets will 'bo on sale at the park New York Hibernians want for tomorrow for tho big field day of Ireland the measures of full colonial Twin City to bo given at Eclipse home rulo that aro found to bo the Park on July 8, and every fan and satisfactory In Canada, Australia fanette who has been entertained and South Africa. by the Twin City games should Tho biggest rally of the year for "come across" and help tho boys the Hibernians of San Francisco out as a slight return for their clean will bo held July 4 at Schuetzen article of baseball. The schedule Park. Every division in the city is tomorrow Is as follows: Champs vs. working to make it a success. K, of C, Trinity vs. Imperials, HiTho Ladles' Auxiliary will meet bernians vs. Mackln and Bertrands tomorrow afternoon at the HiberThe standing to date: vs. Orioles. nian Home, this meeting taking the Won Pet. place of their legular meeting date, Lost 1 -- 9 K.ofC .900 which would have fa'llen on July 4. .800 8' Mackin 2 Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Now Al' Orioles 3 .700 bany held a largely attended and 7 Ceo Champions.. ....... 6 , successful lawn festival Thursday Imperials... .400 night on 4 Holy Trinity school 6 Hibernians .400 grounds. 4 This auxiliary has been 8 Bertrands .200 very 2 active and Is growing in numo Trinity .000 Lio bers. Twenty thousand persons attendSTATE RED CROSS. ed the annual outing of the PittsThe States Red. Cross feels greatly burgh Hlberninns at Kenny Park. Indebted to tho business men of The pfoceeds wpre turned over to Louisville for many conveniences the National Board to assist the fund and comforts donated tho head- ?1, 000,000 go to for dependents of tho front. quarters at G19 Fourth avenue, those who New York Hibernians sent memwhich include the use of the building, water, gas and electric Mights orials on tno death of Bishop to Cardinal Gibbons, and fans. Friends with gardens Fox, General of aro sending In fresh flowers dally, tho diocese of the Vicar and to John Trenton, which aro sold at less than half Kingston, N. Y., price, the proceeds going to the J. McFaul, of deceased prelate. the of tho Red Cross fund. The entire second brother pledge our lives and our for "We floor Is given over to sewing, and tunes unreservedly and uncondiall women who can are urged to tionally to tho Stars and Stripes.' come and do their bit. Tuesday encouragement was given the work Thunders of applause followed the tremenby tho enrollment of fifty new mem reading of this terse andChaplain, dous sentence by the State bers from Crestwood, Rev. M. O'Brien when 103 new members were received into the MEETING TO BE CHANGED. Ancient Order at Minneapolis, tho Supreme Secretary McGlnloy, of largest Initiation ever held In Minthe Knights of Columbus, has tele- nesota. A monster conference of Irish graphed State Deputies announcing tho auspices of tho that the state of war with Germany societies, under Kings county, was necessitates a change of meeting Hibernians of place for the Supreme Council. It held Sunday night in Brooklyn, had been Intended to hold the na- when resolutions wero adopted calltional convention at Old Point Com? ing upon the President and ConStates to defort early in August, but tho meet- gress of the United givo full jusing can not bo held there, and a mand that England new moeting place must be decided tice to Ireland, as proof of the at tho National Directorate session statement that the Allies are at war for democracy and the freedom of in Detroit on Juno 24. small nations. torium to congratulate the. Iter. Brother Richard on the approach of his golden jubilee, which will take blaco some time in August. Master Robert Selberz made an eloquent address and then presented the jubillarlan with a purse In behalf of tho classes which are taught by him. Brother Richard responded and thanked the pupils for their kindness, and then 'with cheers all departed to Test, after ten monthB of hard study. Note. S Nkf Tesss 1917 August Primary 1917 R. 0. DQRSEY Candidate For County Commissioner Primary Saturday, August 4, 1917 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1917 August Primary 1017 CHAS. H. KNIGHT Candidate For Ito-EIccti- on STATE SENATOR Thirty-Sixt- h Senatorial District Subject to Action of Democratic Party. , I te IVU AUUUSr PRIMARY re 1 e t loi7 -- ..j CHAS. C. WHEELER CANDIDATE FOR i! COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, 1917 August Primary .... Allen E. Smith CANDIDATE FOR .tal 1917 County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 1017 August Primary 1017 Mc-Fa- ul Mon-sign- or mm,--' JP P. S. RAY CANDIDATE FOR BBBBBBBrWaBBBBBl IBBBLkBv'W BBBBM County Clerk Subject to Action of Democratic Party Primary August 4 1917 1017 fteLBBW ADOLPH SCHMITT FOR PRTESTS 'WITH TROOPS. CANDIDATE Y., Ten priests from the Buffalo, N. diocese are to go with the first COLONELS HOME TUESDAY. ville club play again today and Manager Clymer and the Louisto- County Surveyor heart-to-hea- morrow at Minneapolis and will then start, for home, opening up with Columbus next Tuesday, and as Tinker's club has boen disputing second and third place in the race with Louisville somo time an Interesting series Is expected. The addiis tion of Cooper in tho outfield expected to bolster up our hitting only strength, which has been the weakness all season. For this no one can be blamed, as Daniels and Compton on form should both be 300 hitters and have always hit good in the past, this year being their worst in baseball. The fans should turn out en masse In encouraging Owner Wathen and his club, as they met with harsh and cheap treatment front the league head and a fow of his associates. WILLIAM TAX RECEIVER Sabjeot to the Aotioa of the Damoo'atia Party To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: I do hereby announce my candidacy for the office of JUDQE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OP LOUISVILLE, subject to the aotlon ot the Democratlo party primary, Auguat , 1917, and respectfully solicit your tup-May i, 1817. THOSa E. HALL FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE Has boen the favorite kind. Tho quality is the best and our prices are the fairest. Try our New Blend, 2 lbs i-- J. BARTLETT. JAMES D. HEAQLEY LEGISLATOR first-cla- ss vaer-vic- TOR Autos and Taxis For Hire e. Stricken last Sunday with peri tonitis, William J. Bartlett, of the Louisville Paint ana varnish comrest pany, passed into eternal Wednesday evening. He was thirty-on- e years old, a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Audubon Country Club, and was a pop ular figure in business and social circles. For his wife and four children there is felt the most sincere and widespread sympathy. The funeral was held yesterday morning from St. Charles church, Rev. Father Raffo conducting the last sad obsequies. LIMERICK SOLICITOR. James T. Liston, son of P. T, Listen, of Rathkeale, Ireland, has just passed his final examination for solicitor and been admitted by the Lord Chancellor a member of the legal profession. Young Lieton is a 'relative of Patriok T. Liston, the well known XouIevHIe grocer. He served his appreatioeehlp with his father andiaead praetloing ia Charleville. 2 (r nif VOlt Special Ante Delivery Service. JOHN M. MULLOY Betk Pkeaea 1323 212 W. Market St. 1885. ESTABLISHED ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES TOR HOME! TJSH. High in Heat. Lov in Ash. We are as dive us a trial for close to you as your phene. Prompt service, day and 'night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs tur specialty. Ql ve us a call. Lee Young Automobile Co. ,. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. for the benefit of St. Ann's church on the ohurch grounds, Seventh street aad.Dayies avenue, on the Sixth street car line. Admission free. A handsome attendance prise will be awarded. Preparations are being made to sire en enjoyable time to all who attend. On Tuesday and Wednesday, July 10 and 11, a lawn fete will be given LARGEST DIOCBSH. Few Catholic know that the Salt Lake diocese, of which Right Rev. Bishop Glass, C X,, Is the, head, is the largest dioeeee la area. in Amer ica. Territorially it hi as large as England, Ireland aad Partngal, yet it has oitfy.a OatboUe popttktioa of 15,080. S6ANL0N GOAL 60IHIPflNY INCOMOKATJK). NINTH AND KENTUCKY. lea Oity 406 GaoOi. Seatk 415 ' .' 1 ", u- i i?S .i&i. :, V - -- i H n t zfKt6