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House of Commons elected by the men and women of Ireland on the basis of adult suffrage." Going into the details of home fpfi Dow Wire SCREENS Mad bf Pliono Iron Works Will Protect Yob & E LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. doesn't have a good time is invited to 'take it out on the committee, composed of John Gruber, Tom O'Mara (who can say no), Will Connelly, Barney Campbell and Ed Huechtker. PLANNING FOU CAMPAIGN. O'CONNELL A. 0. H. rule, Sir John writes: "There are two conditions essential to any measure of homo rule in order that Declares Pacification of Ireland It may be acceptable to thp people Big Itcunion and Picnic Monof Ireland. The first Is that the day at Phoenix Hill Essential to Unity of the. Parliament of Ireland shall repreEmpire. sent every part, and its powers Park. shall extend over every aero of this country; thn Rpcnml In thnt. it ahull have complete, unfettered and ab- - j Must (Not1 Stand in Way solute control over Its fiscal system. Will Help Hibernian Fund For Ulster Ireland, one, entire, indivisible, has Dependents of Country's ef March' of the Entire ever been the dream of her sons. ' Today, for the sake of Great Britain Soldiers. Nation.and of the empire, that dream must be made a reality. At whatsoever sacrifice and In the last resort unpressure Ireland One and Indivisible Has der whatsoeverunreasoning the few Committees Arrange For Greatmen In thousands of EverBccn Dream of Her est and Best Ever Held Northeast Ulster must be made to understand that, their rights toeing ' Children. Here. amply preserved and absolutely safeguarded, they will not be allowed to stand in the way of the march of an entire nation to tho fulfillment COUNTRY WANTS ONLY FREEDOM of national life." WILL REOPEN NEXT SEPTEMBER - strings of electric light, corps after corps of busy hands volunteered Immediately, and showed what unity and piety could perform in building a house before tho fighting chaplain h of tho left for the front. Such an occurrence would remind ono of the ages of Faith, Only One Week Off With Interbut when all is said, did not the est Everywhere Now at great St. Dominic, whoso life the good Sisters emulate, come from Fever Heat. these times when wonders and were wrought as common miracles things. PRIMARY IRELAND Sir Horace Plunkett Unanimous Choice For Convention Sixty-nint- i SILVER JUBILEE. An official report With the primary but a week off of tho Irish Sir John O'Connell, a descendant This has been a happy week for The annual reunion and picnic of convention given out in London on Interest in the different contests is Daniel O'Connell, re- tho people and pastor of St. Philip thfe Ancient Order of Hibernians, of the famed Wednesday night says: now at fever heat, especially on the plying to a "distinguished Ulster Norl's parish, who on Thursday cele- under the auspices of the County Democratic side. This is due to "After the nnpnlnr- nd.lrnoo k historian," begins by presenting brated with solemnity and splendor Board and the Ladies' Auxiliary, the fact that the Chief Secretary Duke, presiding, a views on "the claim of Ireland to the silver jubilee of the ordination which takes place at Phoenix Hill Forward Leaguers and all classes of committee was appointed for the be governed by Irishmen assembled of tho Rev. Oscar Ackermann, their Park next Monday night, will be the shepherd. purpose of advlBlng tho convention Tho biggest and best ever held if the are using every In an Irish Parliament sitting at beloved spiritual began with a solemn enthusiasm of the members is any to elect State Senators and method on the selection of a Chairman. It Dublin." He turns to the war as celebration by Representatives antagonistic to tho tho was announced that tho committee Energetic committees reflecting directly upon the Irish high mass Bishop Jublliarlan, the criterion. O'Donaghue present State administration. unanimously recommended tho apThe question and comments upon the Right Rev. have been busy perfecting tho arby the Very Rev. rangements and feel confident that attended Forward Leaguers have chosen as pointment of Sir Horace Plunkett as action of the British colonies in IP. Cronin, their candidates men who aro proChairman, and Sir Francis Honwood sending men and resources to help JamesRev. Paclficus V. G., and the the capacity of the park will be Very WIntersmith, O. fully taxed to accommodate those hibitionists first and above as Secretary. all The England fight, and asks: mnvontinn Also present things who will follow their Issue unanimously adopted the commit"Why is it that these young, F. M. Abbot Obrecht, wero tho Right who will assemble to meet old Rev. of Gethsemani, friends and renew acquaintances blindly. Their ability as repreliberty-lovintee's recommendation and adjourned free, many local and visiting priest sentatives is a secondary considera years ago both in Ireland until Thursday. Nlnotv-tw- n HrIo. States, setting aside the overwhelm- and friends of Father Ackermann. The formed tion ana their backers care not a gates were present." efand here, and at the same time ing claims on them to relax no deacon of the mass was the Rev. help the Ancient Order fund for the whit whether they are capable of Associated Press dispatches from fort to develop their own resources, George Weiss, pastor of St. George's, representing the taxpayers' interests Dublin state that the convention to push on their attack on the ele- with the Rev. John Bohlsen, pastor dependents of those who go forth Stripes to fight only duty would be to optnelr which is to attemnt to roni-n mental forces of nature, have with of Holy Trinity at St. Matthews, as with the Stars and Following aro pose anything Gov. Stanley and the solution Of the Irish nrnlilnm mrn. one accord sent their young men subdeacon. Rev. T. H. Revorman, for their country. to officiate, State administration wanted opened Wednesday morning at and to fight the 4)811168 of freedom on of St. Edward's at Jeffersjntown, the committees named favor any measure destined to aduegeni Mouse, Trinity College. Long the plains of Flanders? And why was tho master of coremonles, and and they invite the general public: M. vance the fortunes of the Press and Publicity William before 11 O'clock. th .hnnr fnr ihn Is it that the most freedom-lovin- g tho jubilee sermon, premhctl by the Barry, ODOnlnir. a larcn ormvil nnrhrn Pnl. machine and the former nation In the world counts among Rev. George W. Schuhmann, rector Hlgglns, Chairman; John J. Charles members of loge Green to wntch tho arrival of all parties now the best of her sons those who will of St. John's, was pronounced one William P. McDonogh, Mackey, John masquerading under the title of me ueiegates. John Redmond, the take no part or act in this strug- of the most eloquent ever heard in Foley, Lawrence J. Democratic Forward Leaguers. nationalist leader, and Joseph Devgle? The answer is that freedom th church. An augmented choir Martin. Decorntlons and Lighting In referring to the fever heat lin. One Of his nrnmfnnnt nnrtv FIRST HOSPITAL UNIT. has been given to Canada, to New- with orchestra accompaniment, un- Thomas Chairman; Garvey, J. Interest above, that warmth locally associates, were among the early foundland, to New Zealand, to Aus- der the direction of Prof. Winter, Thomas J. Dolan, Thomas Quinn, is also tmgea with quite an amount Louisville's first Red Cross hos- arrivals, i'rotestant and Roman tralia, to South Africa and it has with Miss Gertrude Simpson at the Joseph Lynch, Francis, Michael of bitterness in several of the lead- pital unit has been organized and Catholic clergymen Freedom organ, sang Schweitzer's mass with arrived soon been denied to Ireland. Thomas J. Brodorlck, John Heene-haing races. Needless to say all of Its members are anxiously awaiting anerwara, followed 'by representafor herself is the price that Ireland great effect. Father Ackermann rethe bitterness can be traced to the the call to tho front. The organi- tives Of nubile oriranlzntlnns tmrlon asks before she will take part in ceived many telegrams and messages Finance Committee James J. Sneriff's raco, and only verifies zation was perfected by Dr. Lewis and labor union councils, who came of congratulations from all parts of RECENT! DEATHS. this war." Chairman; JohnT. Brodorlck, what was predicted in these col- S. McMurtry, member of tho Na- in groups. At the appointed hour Sir John states that it is to bo this country and from Europe. The Thomas J. Langan, Matt O'Brien, umns at the outset. It was pointed tional Committee of the American all the delegates had taken their closo tomorrow Monday morniifg remembered that Ireland is well celebration will J. Dougherty, John F. Burke, Mrs. Anna Burke, the funeral of out that the selection of a Daniel places in the assomhlv linll. Thorn Red Cross, and Major Irvin represented in the British armies, night when a reception. by members John T. Keany, Edward Clancy. wife of Street at man tho congregation commander of the unit, and was a but insists that "utftil Ireland en- of o'clock, with music,will bo heldand Stands Mark Ryan, Supervisor Alex Burke, was held flaunting a red for Sheriff was but has opened an office at Red Crdss among noticeable lack of enthusiasm Booths and 8 addresses flag In the from joys the same rights of Chairman; Tim O'Leary, Thomas night St. Patrick's church. Saturday the overwhelming majority of face of headquarters, C19 South Fourth lin was the spectators. Joseph DevDemothe only delegate who was she succumbed to a stroke of which have made the col- moving pictures. J. Ford, John KilKeenan, Con paralysis at her home, 1720 Baird crats who wero unrelenting In their street. It will be known as Hos cheered. onies contented and loyal members Brown. kenny, Charles BLOOD POISONING FATAL. against Haly and Beck- - pital Unit D. Even the little chll press representatives were bitterness No of the imperial family, Ireland must fintpkeeners M. J. McDermott, street. One brother, August JkaYjeaJiMrtA -. jiMij. i,tf :2v of DaytonHohio", survives her.' ham. in vIooLJieclchanitsatmudeMn-JLi!y&y4iIattheiConvonUo.n,,ndthe remain' a source of weakness and of rCiraTrma&r Michael J. Walsh,- - Pat- spirit a'nd many6Tih'em Ptasentnature of tho business dismo aeatn myefc in prohl-T"6- " oi jrearce uouu after his election, supporting exact H"ss possible danger to the imperial asson of Begley, Thomas Noone, jonn .Hesaro among the most valuable work cussed is therefore not the fourteen-year-ol- d Wednesday morning the funeral bitlon and attempting to foist Mc ers for known. Sir semblage of States. Military Relief Com- Horace Plunkett. hownvor. Is rrpji. E. Trudeau, sian. Sr., Bernard Muldoon, Thomas tho State as "It Is therefore," he argues, "a Mr. and Mrs. William street, re- P. Keegan, Thomas Stevens, Dan of Mrs. Catherine Rademaker Fitz- Chesney on- tho men behindGovernor, mittee, ofthe which Mrs. S. Thruston Ited with tho suggestion C75 South Thirty-nint- h Mr. Mc gerald, for many years a highly es- In addition matter pf the most urgent im- moves from his home and from the O'Keefe, James B. Perry. Ballard Is Chairman. So efficient drafting of the constitutionthat the Nally were warned portance for the peace and develop- Sacred Heart church a boy of promshould German Village Charles Boyle, teemed resident of this city, was their candidate, being further that iav,6 a an unknown. sA?arn?T ln proceea as for all Ireland, thus Nelllgan, held from St. Aloyslus church. Mrs. system for ment of the imperial dslrelc7eI ise and most exemplary character. Dave J. Reilly, John J. Meaney, Fitzgerald was seventy-thre- e was but adding Insult to injury f leavinc Ulster to spa what nho la years the consolidation and development Only a few days before he fell from Martin J. Gavin, Lawrence old and was active until her Illness This warning was not given for any las Morton; Chairman of the Sewing really faced with before she objects. of the empire as a whole that a tree at his home and broke his Charles J. Finegan. secured Mur- with cancer. She Is survived by a selfish motive,, but only for the sake ' Dfepai;tIm,ent in Dance Hall Walter "Boots" Ireland should have now and at right arm, and hlood poisoning set scissors and several cial, tne opinion or a leading offidaughter, Mrs. John Sehr, and two of Riley. Martin a civen once conferred upon her the same in with fatal results. low Mes irftho ?m, their benefit. Two spondent, in willtalk with n mrm. w'U.Si'i His death phy. Earl Flynn, Leo Henry. Carl sons, Henry G. and John W. Radeit Charles take less than a forms of government which the came as a shock to many friends Mullaney. girls, Nancy Norwool and her to great' dominions en- who were unaware of his critical Flynn, John Scully, Tom Killeen, maker. sister, of 1410 South First street, week to decide whether the effort vember. The gentlemen who se- came Into Red Cross headquarters to deal with the Irish question Tim Dalton, joy. Ireland bases this claim on Young Trudeau was a Irwin Zlx, John Funeral services over the remains lected McNally could have lust as with a contribution of $5.50, which body Is to prove abortive. On many and widely different grounds. condition.figure at the Sacred Heart O'Laughlln, Joseph Graney, James familiar She bases it on the ground that she church services and his pious and Filben, John T. Hogan, Joseph R. of Mrs. Anne Morlarity, who died easily selected a candidato not allied they and their little friends mado tne otner hand. It is known that of cancer at her home, 124 Bullitt with Haly and Beckham, and It was selling flowers and lemonade at a the Government was hifinnnrpH in Kelly, Henry Maloney. is a distinct and ancient nation, on devoted lifo.was a comfort to his In Wheel of Fortune Hugh Hourl-ga- street, were held Monday morning not too late to change when, They have promised choosing the place of the ground that having had her parents and' friends. The solemn at the Cathedral, where she had for voicing the opinion of thousands, itreet stand.a handkerchief club and me ract that it would meeting by Chairman; George J. to organize be able to awn Parliament, she was deprived mass of requiem was sung Thursday Thomas Callahan, Dennis years been a devout communicant. objection was mado In theso col- work for the Red Cross regularly. retain occupancy for more than of it and that the union was morning by the Rev. Patrick Walsh, W. J. Baldwin, Walter Mrs. Mqriarity is survived by her umns. Crowley, An instance of tho high estimation three months of the, place selected. brought about by methods which who spoke feelingly of the sincerity All of the .bitterness engendered in which the Louisville Chapter of husband, Cornelius Mdriarity, and Tho Ulster Unionists plan to form the of the deceased in all that pertained Grimes. vitiated and rendered void In tho primary can be traced ot the the Red Cross is held is found ln an organized group, with Reception State President Will-la- a daughter. whole transaction; that ever since to his religion. Altar the Chairboys and Connelly, Chairman; County selection of Mr. McNally, and the the fact that tho Woman's Auxiliary man and Secretary probably the J. the union the impossibility of dis- members of the Sacred Heart SoH. Hennessy, Hon. foundation of the Brumleve faction Board of the Home of tho Innocents Marquis of Londonderry, and to conMiss Mary M. Ryan, aged fifty charging the obligations of legisla- dality were present In largo num- President John Col. Patrick CallaO'Doherty, traced the same source. There has just given the Military Relief sult the various existing Ulster tion and administration, assumed by bers to breathe a prayer for the Matt George J. Butler, Edward J. years, passed Into eternal rest early are nottoten Democrats in the city Committee 1,000 sheets In appre- Unionist organizations during the Tuesday morning at the home of England, has become more mani- repose of his soul. In addition to han, Riley, Thomas J. hor sister, Mrs. Johanna Kelley, 945 supporting McNally who aro doing ciation of what the public has done proceedings. John J. The exact number of fest; that the Government does not his parents the boy is survived by O'Brien, John J. Barry, Thomas W. South Twelfth street, leaving a wide so willingly, and this is especially for tho Home of tho Innocents the members of the convention Is represent and does not satisfy any two brothers, Julius and William E. Lynch, circle of friends who mourn her true In tho police and fire depart- - Those who made this personal gift uncertain in view of tho action of section of tho Irish people; that Trudeau, Jr., and three sisters, Tarpey. Music and Folk Dancing Irish and among the city employes, ire Mrs. Charles T. Ballard, who some County Councils which have the administration is extravagant, Misses Lullian, Louise and Jullen Daniel McCarthy, Chairman; John death. Death resulted from a com- ment realize plication of diseases and was not who that the future of Haly, ,s Chairman of tho Women's Aux- - asked their Chairmen, Invited to wasteful, Inefficient; that the eco- Trudeau. E. Browne, Patrick Burke, Lieut. unexpected. Her funeral was held Beckham or McNally will not be in- - Mary Board; Miss Adella Bangs, attend not to accept nomic differences between the conJohn Maloney, John Holmes, James Thursday morning from St. Louis jured if the Democratic ticket is JIlss Mattio White, Mrs. Sam Boyle, Invitation. The total, however, the is dition of an industrial community APPROVED BY CARDINAL. Curran, Martin Sheohan. Bertrand's church. beaten In November, but they justly and Mesdames Marlon Taylor, A. T. expected to bo about ninety-foulike England and an agricultural Baby Show Committee John C. rebel at the Idea of their Jobs be- - Hert Edward AlUheler, John Mld- - No hostility toward tho convention community like Ireland are such as of the New York Chap- Dorsoy, Lieut. Pat Mullen, M. J. Gillem, thirty-tw- o John years ing placed in jeopardy for the sake dItn. Charles Claggett, Cuthbert Is being manifested, as the 'Sinn to render legislation enacted in terTho workKnights of 'Columbus in O'Laughlln, Edward Byrne, Roger old, whoT. has suffered from tuber- of guaranteeing of tho Beckham another TT?TPi!on' SCurge S!ar1' PowhaVn Feineis simply Ignore it. England impossible of application to providing equipment designed for Nonauy. culosis for some time past, vdeparted term In the Senate. This also ap - ' Wolrldge, Robert Bingham, Baylor William O'Brien, who opposes the both countries, and finally that tho tho recreation of Catholic soldiers The Ladies' Auxiliary win imvo his of the convention, com Intimate feeling and appreciation of in training camps was praised by charge of tho euchre and lotto as this life Tuesday morning atSince plies to the present array of Deputy "l?kman: Bullitt, Will Eddie make-u- p grinBtead, home, 2337 Frankfort avenue. Sheriffs, who been Irishmen for tho needs and circum- Cardinal Farley in a letter he sent well as the Ice cream and supper 1914 he had been a member of the snarwl npp.llpss could have wnrrv that Warren and Meade Rob- - plains great the Earl of Dunraven oynpnan nn,i "that ,nson Irishman to whom Irestances of their own country is an Monday to Edward. A. Arnold, arrangements, the Executive Com- police and was held In been land is morn rinrlnhtnrl thnn nnv essential condition for wise eco- Chairman of the chapter. ,The Car- - mittee comprising Mrs. Daniel J. esteem force his superiors and high If a stronger candidato hadshould by asselected, and their ill feeling legislation, rllnnl HflM iho hnri ttapaIvaiI frnm the Dougherty, Mrs. John Waterman, other living man for the glorious nomic and appropriate FRANKFORT. mourn his Fannie sociates. Left to two children; death not be directed at the men supportMiss and that no legislation by any as- - uevr yotz diocese more applications Miss Nellie Nolan, termination or the Irish Agrarian and two ing Senator Robertson, but at sembly outside Ireland and not r0m priests wishing to volunteer Kennedy, Miss Mary Corcoran and are his wife William Mrs. Caroline Boland Weltzel, war" has not been invited to atbrothers, and Thomas backers, who defiantly composed of Irishmen, however a8 chapIainB than was necessary to Miss Margaret Hourigan, who will Gillem, and a sister, Miss Sarah aged seventy-fivfor many years a tend the convention. This omission 1.1 m " 1.U11UIVUUU - rpslilnnt nf Frankfort anil wlflplv he attributes to tho Tlplmnml nnrtv can oner any sans-- . fill the positions. be assisted by a number of Gillem. His funeral took place with the combina- known, died Friday night of last O'Brien describes ae the .crowning factory solution of this problem." "To supply the equipment neces Thursday morning from St. Frances tion. It is now conceded that only these sary, if the work of the chaplains enlarging upon Diunuer tne aeoislon not to allow After Not only will there bo all the Joy a miracle can save him from defeat. ' .....hinS .n..i?Li Z nilSiZi' public criticism of or reference to grounds of Ireland's claim Sir John in tho army is to bo effective," said and entertainment of former re- of Rome church. and without Woodruff in the race Hotel thirty years ago, letter, "Is a unions, but many new features will Cardinal Farley's writes: and Mrs. the convention while it is sitting. Following an eight weeks' ill- (his supporters being all Weltze'l and her children operated "What then does Ireland want? gigantic task, and its successful ac bo added. Among these will be tho twenty-tIt would be a land- It until it was destroyed by fire ASK UNITED STATES AH). I answer In one word. Freedom! complishment will mako tho entire niiphro and lotto conducted by tho ness Miss Florence Tierney, years old, daughter of Mr. slide for Robertson. Pnr this there is no substitute nation a debtor to the Knights or Ladles' Auxiliary at 2:30 ana s:30 this spring. In spite of her Illness Brumleve and his backers have Mrs. Weltzel people will .Columbus. Experience has demon- - p, m., races, sports and contests and Mrs. Edward T. Tierney, was Two communications addressed which a took great interest ln to tho President and Congress The right to order strated tho indispensable need of for children at 3:30 p. m., and a called into eternal rest Wednesday now fallen back on the last straw ever accept. of shape their own effective moral safeguards to save mammoth baby show at 5 p. m., and night at the family residence, 1312 in the campaign and that Is a plea Si," , " ,' 5.Tm the United States, containing pleas their own lives, to - in mniil tholr own future the Individual soldier from spiritual fnr those who desire sunper will Highland avenuo. Miss Tierney was for sympathy. Unable to get an and seven sonjs, Misses Carrie and by tho fllnn Feiners ln Ireland for ittima young woman who was admired audience again because of this mud Amelia Weltzel, Councilman along the lines and on the prln- - ruin, and the armed forces enlisted- be served on the grounds. The Ed American aid In thnlr ilnmnnd for defense from devel- man village will be a cool and for her many excellent traits of slinging and grand jury fizzle, Weltzel, George Weltzel, former absolute Independence from Eng- which their hearts and con- - In. the nation'smenace appears at big now oping Into a to the health ant Bp0t for the old people, while character and was a favorite in her Brumlove teach them to be just, this Harry inna, wero lert at tne white House CroUnan' rallies Beon Monday by Irish representatives. Jo speak" , is the inalionalble right of a free of her future citizens. Tho priest lne younger set will take complete wide circle of acquaintances. parents she leaves two (hoping he will be renised), and if ," T One document signed B "". ;u,lu'" ".possession ot me aance nan. j.u sides her people, this Is and has always been,""" Patrick ehla.!'Bo,.a?d, Jleph. ad TB.rad- - McCarten, "on isbehalf ofbythe ProJBuIde, companion and friend car- - attraction that will be appreciated sisters and a brother. The funeral the Chairman won't vary from the of the claim c: Ireland. rle3 no arms, but ho faces all the Will 06 inu Irian iiiumu uuu uiey will be held this morning from St. set programme carries his plea for , visional Government of the Irish aiha A"" "'" the heart ov,,cria nf..hardships and dangers of a sympathy to the Republican press Weltzel was took only one absent. Republic." The other is a facsimilo dancing under the direction of Dan- Brlgid's church. and soul a. century place from the Her funeral constantly engaged in iel McCarthy and a corps who will All predict that Harry Leachman Church of an appeal signed by twenty-siIreland are weary they are most g b , of tho invisible foe, the e jigs, reels and Ed Early will lead Brumleve the attendance Good Shepherd, and officers "of .forces formed indeIntroduce ' the COLUMBLV ATHLETIC CLUB. ir anxious to have at tho solemn ob- pendently in Ireland to secure the e of aU forceg 'engaged in and hornpipes as seen on tho green In that camp. Several of the Brum- sequies evidenced d demand settled and, Dattie the high esteem complete liberation of tho Irish deSome In the Emerald Isle. The Columbia Athletic Club has leve supporters who are Joyal Demo- ln whioh she was held. above all. settled in so full a meas cidedly interesting contests are sure issued invitations for a day of crats and will be found ln line nation, urging aiu as a luiiiument reopening of ure as will render tho CELEBRATION AT ST. ANN'S. to be witnessed and rooting will, of pleasure tomorrow and the meeting after the primary repudiate his tacof the principles democratic tho question for all time unnecesSTRIKING FEATURES. course, be indulged In. enunciated In President Wilson's good follows at the olub house, tics and that of the sary and will give Ireland peace. The solemnity of the feast of St, re- of Everybody should be at the address to the now Russian repubBut It must be peace with honor, Ann at St. Ann's church will take union and make this a real Irish 621 East St. Catherine. It will be To this class and the big majority St. Coluinba's church annual lawn ln the nature of a stag outing and who are supporting Cronan it is not fete will takoplaco August 8 and lic. Both aro dated at Dublin, June the honor of a free, place Sunday morning with a high day. guests are asked to come early and necessary to deny tho wild asser- 9, and should 'draw a record break- 18, 1S17. State. The contentment of Ireland, ' ma8a at 8 o'clock, followed by the stay late. The Columbia boys know tions and charges made against Col. ing attendance. Tho "Bride of the approval of the great, freedom- - tossing "with the rollc of St. Ann. RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED. FATHER DUFFY'S DESDIE. how to entertain and have a "good Jim Whallen and Col. Frank Iona'a" presence is attracting wide enjoying peoples of the evoning devotions, which At tne these gentlemen having given attention, while the Jug Band in time. tag dominions, inegooa-wi- u oi xno w,n place at 7:30 o'clock. by Representative When tho devoted Father Duffy. Resolutions thfe best years of their life on tho Iona village, the St. Columba' quarIrish race in tne unuea t.iaies, in- there wlli te a sermon on St. Ann ' pastor of the Church of Our Saviour Democratic firing line, and nothing tet and the St. Elizabeth drill team Kennedy, of Rhode Island, proposcondn tho Australasian Canada, OFFERS SERVICES. blessing with the relic. This is in the Bronx, Now York City, was theso detractors or soreheads can are some of this year's new features ing that President Wilson express - and tinent, aro consuierauoiiB, always the occasion for beautiful leaving as chaplain of the Irish or Injure which will prove great drawing to Great Britain for America the Barret,"Repre- - Bay will subtract from Attorney Georgo B. measurame vaiue iu uicjn ""V" and Impressive ceremonies ana at h regiment, his parisnion their record in the minds of tho cards. Many beautiful prizes have hope that the futuro government ot ana to xne enure imperial l"uYt' tracts people from all over the city. era asked him what ho would like sentatlvo from the First ward, is bulk of Democracy und all fair- to a vote ot been donated and euchre and lotto Ireland be submitted by Representawin The measure oi xnis gnou-wi- a them to do for him as a testimonial ever on the alert to do a favor for minded citizens, will bo played afternoon and oven the Irish people; and ho tho contontment of Ireland of their esteem. Th pastor, true to his constituents. His latest effort GIVE TIEETU HAUL tive McLaughlin, of Pennsylvania, big not inc. the the chivalrous sonse that should is. an offer to prepare affidavits free in The last butcircles least take event serve Both ovenlncatheir ladies will to direct the State Department to "I come back to the question, place will Democratic bounteous another of A nitmhor of (1p.rmftn womon have anlmato tho brave heart of a soi- - for the young men from his disWhat does Ireland want? Ireland to Great Klondyke Camp tomorrow when Buoners from to 7 o'clock, uuu for make representations beMeves that the freedom which she pu off tholr hair and elven it for Idler, desired them to build a house trict who were drafted recently and at ot an an- will be a supply of soft Britain for establishment the The longer strands j for the good Sisters of St. Dominic, wish to, claim exemption. The only sual Bandana Club will hold Itstheir ' all there Electric lights have been Irish government like that of Can- -' desires will best be secured for her v.aP purpdses. jollification. Candidates, drinks. requirement is that they come ia by a Parliament consisting of the are.uaed to make belting for muni-- j who had only a makeshift of a person to his office, 711 Realty relatives, friends, supporters and arranged for and the grounds will ada, wore Introduced Wednesday ia te b represented ia Ireland tloa factories and the shorter ones idence, , the House. all will be on hand. Anyone, who be brightly illuminated. i ' Turning the night Intd dy with building. a Seaate, aad a re mode Into felt by a Governor, es nre-sidln- g, g, n. tho division entertaining wijjt a Dutch lunch following a short1 business session. Manager "BootsT Murphy brought the following in his party: Earl and Carl Flynn, Charley Henry, Tim O'Loughlln, JacfcXDalton, John and Tom Scully, Kenneth McDonald and Charley (King) Foley. William P. McDonogh presided over tho social feature and in 10s introductory remarks told how proud the members wero of the team's showing thus far and how doftbly grateful they were over the victory over the Bertrand team Sunday. Manager Murphy responded and said that the team Had no't had any of tho breaks thus farand was sure to finish near, the top. Short talks wero made by all (of the players and County Presldentj John Hennessy, Division President Tom Lynch, S. J. McEIHott, MaVk- Ryan, Thomas Keenan and Fred Mooney. All of the players paid Especial tribute to Tom Langan forf his enthusiastic rooting, each remarking that with like assistance from the others the team would bo unbeatable. Mr. Langan responded with a hearty appeal for supports from all and delivered his famous recitation on "It Takes a Litle Sand," which brought down the house John Holmes gave an exhibition of fancy Irish Jig steps and Dave Reilly recited his inlmitablo f "Irish Jubilee," which made a big hit with the guests especially.! The team quartette composed of John and Tom Scully and Earl Flynn and Charley Henry showed ttfnt In addition tq their baseball ability they had musical talent as well, rendering several pleasing selections. Taken altogether it was ftibig night in A. O. H. circles, and it will bo repeated soon again. - Prohibition Only Qualification For the Forward League Monday night vas baseball night Candidates. at the meeting ofc Division 4, A. 0. baseball night. H., in BertrandflHall, Now Conceded That Selection of McNally Was a Grievous Mistake. BANDANA CLUB'S BIG OUTING Haly-Beckha- m Plans for tho Knights of Columbus campaign for gathering of funds for tho promotion of the Order's recreation, social and religious center at Camp TaylorVaro being laid. JTho campaign promises to bo successful, and Louisvlllo Knights anticipate favorable returns In comparison with those in other cities. Tho campaign was delayed in Louis-vill- o owing to unavoidable causes, but tho preparations being made insure complete success. A committee consisting of Grand Knight John P. Cassllly, Eugeno J. Cooney, Vice Chairman of tho Catholic Conservation Council, and Joseph A. Fueg-lel- n was appointed on general arrangements. An Executllve Committee has also been appointed, which will have charge of the campaign. E. J. O'Brien, It is as follows: Frank A. Geher, J. William Judgo Matthew O'Doherty, E. J. Bosler, J. B. Ohllgschlager, Robert T. Burke, James C. Murphy, Joseph C. Kirchdorfer, Harry J. Henry Besten, William A. Reisert, Owen Sullh'an, Georgo J. Butler, Charles J. O'Connor, John T. Malone, B. J. Campbell, E. J. McDormott, Joseph Hubbuch, Sr., Frank P. Senn and Dr. Irvln Abell. The Executive Committee met Thursday evening at the K. of C. Hall and effected an organization, and will meet again on Sunday evening at tho K. of C. Hall, when an address will be delivered by Col. P. H. Callahan, who will come from Washington for the purpose. All workers and others Interested aro Invited to attend this meeting. Meetings are being held every Monday at tho K. of C. Home of parish organizations of tho city under the direction of the Membership Committee to build up a large class for tho initiation on September 9. Grand Knight John P. Cassllly and Camden R. McAtee, Chairman of tho Membership Committee, aro giving active attention to the work. Klap-hek- e, Chairman. Ninety-Tw- o Delegates Present Wednesday at Opening Session. Press Itcprescntativcs Excluded and Nnture of Business Is Unknown. CONSTITUTION FOR ALL IRELAND h Mc-Tig- Haly-Beckha- m Llnden-berge- r, Mun-gey- ," ;-- iru-dea- u, - ft1 S ftrillttto 'r hy-th- n, Hacke-mille- r, m r. ny' S"8",";, e, Mc-Nall- i. Haly-Beckha- m ,!:.., i' .." ' hree . I Ger-clples "? pleas-scienc-es "'""'i" andks "y ??: "t .i-o- A cam-ov- er x old-tim- long-presse- mud-slingin- g. self-gover- n- Mc-Gra- ; ""- , . Sixty-nint- i . res-Ki- ai, 'Vj vj a jcCiEWwapaoBrsr 0050NQ KVSNTS. n ajsxj&xx&j&jsc. FONTAINE FERRY Class A WARNING. V f lv fey 0 " Under tho heading, "A Warning," the Cincinnati Catholic TeleThe Bin Amusement Caster graph prints a letter from the Rev, KVBRY SATURDAY. Vaudeville Fatheer E. P. Hickey, of Middle-tow- High fevec te Mm SmM es Meral Agrawiauut i Mtk Aawrkae ass Caftel Ohio, and the response of Dancing 't . the Rev. Father Daniel A. Drlscoll, by Aaehe Mer ei OMMftMy ot Louisville, which will bo enIaetfcete sa CMMk Sleigh of Aateriee. Giay. Paulsen's Military Band city July 31 and August 1 Annual lightening to tho people of this XHNTUCKY IBItlH AMKHICAN PWIHTINQ CO. , Iiteoryt, PrtlW.M lawn fete for St. Charles Borromeo and State. They are as follows: New Restaurant following Tho church, afternoon and night. SINOLB COPY COLLAR Pt YEAR from Kiddyland PrCg. 4MBSCRHT19N was yesterday received Other Attractions Aug. 1 Annual picnic of Mackin letter E. P. Hickey, pastor of Holy Rev. " nMw Council, at Summers Park. Ohio, HnUf4 fSB M Trinitv r.hurch. MIddletown. AWBMCAM, Ja21 W- -t Grew St August 6 JEuchre and lotto at and should serve as a warning alt CwwtlHflw. a thTPWTOCia MMSH school hall. St. Patrick's against the deceptive representaAueust 7 Moonlight musicale by tions mado by tho LouIsvlll6 rev Trinity Council on steamer Pilgrim. erend (?) gentlemen! "A short time ago, a colored August 8 and 9 'Annual lawn as 'Rev. church, on gentleman, giving his name to solicit feto for St. Columba's Thirty-fift- h and Mar- 0, Singleton,' called on usunder his church lawn, aid for colored children ket. He showed me August 16 Annual reunion and charge.recorded donations from a SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917 ODISVtDLB, KY picnic of St. Leo's church at with ana laymen in Highland number of priests this archdiocese, Grove, Thornsberry's ors representing the United States Park. different parts of FOR YOUK HOY. as many others from and the Allies that no supplies are 1 Lawn fete for St. as well' His August he wa3 While much Is ibolng,done for the being exported to Germany save the Patrick's school building fund, on dependent on plea waB that donations l physical comfort of our dairy products allowed. Likewise school grounds, Sixteenth and Mar- for tho rurtneranco oi ma bodily and which he stated was to caro for boya who 'have Joined the colors, the neutrals will be required to ac- ket. 2 Annual festival of colored orphans and children withAugust we would suggest to parents that count for the coal they receive from 9sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb?Vbbbbbbbbbb7 St. William's church, afternoon and out good homes, and later on to their spiritual welfare be not over- Germany and for the food sent in evening. place them in good homes, after In addition tho United looked. This will be best served by exchange. they had learned various trades, etc.; that he could not appeal to special prayers and masses that God States and the Allies will not per- C83roraX8XHa83308XX8XCaCKK CANDIDATE iron or get help sufficient from his own may watch over and protect them, mit the exchange of dairy products people; that he did not aim at a COUNTY COMMISSIONER sending them home safe and vic- for cqal unless the neutrals enter house to housee collection, but only torious. The sacrifice for only one Into an arrangement with Germany 0&3Xtt3tt3$3tfC83E833C8X8CKgKtt solicited help from prominent peo- Subject to tho action of the Demople, who might assist him a little. cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, mass will bring peace and joy be- under which they can guarantee the His 'institution,' he stated, Is in distribution of their food to only 1917. expectations. yond all Louisville, and ho said that he was last MIsa Adella Powers tho noncombatant population of tho frpnnentlv conferred with the Cath y empire. All food which would fur- week the guest of Mrs. Estelle BUY Til CM OUT. olic Bishop there (he did not men at Salem, Ind. nish subsistence to the German tion Bishop O'Donagnues namejCatholic chilIn the Catholic Sentinel a sug- army Is to be shut out of Germany Miss Marian Blslg has been visit- nhnnt frnnsferrlnc and gestion for the Bolutlon of the by tho neutrals before they will ing her cousin. Miss Christine Hrin. and that tho Bishop muoh, nriests always aided him very difficulty has been made bo allowed to obtain American sup Kaelln, at St. Matthews. Irish I wrote to the Bishop's secretary, which is worthy ot consideration plies. Rev. D. A. Drlscoll, for some con Mrs. Mattle Meaney has returned firmation of Singleton's statements if the convention of all parties SBBBBBbI from a visit to her mother, Mrs L. and received tho following reply: ' BBBBBBs!! Much is being said ot, tho sons of G. Shehan, at Bardstown. proves a failure. ft is that the " 'Dear Father: Tho colored revUlster be rich men who failed to enlist but minority In Northeast erend gentleman, Rev. O. Singleton, Mrs. Carl Hartley had as her concerning whom you wrote, Is, acbought out and removed from the arc seeking commissions at instrucS??N? MfcSBBBB BBBBBBHBy country of which they refuso to tion camps with the view of receiv- guest the past wek her sister, Miss cording to tho cfty directory, SuperBBBBBBBBBBbISF. StffikwBBM called Grace Whalen, of New Haven. JJbbV intendent of an Institution BBBBBBBBBBBK 'wBV form an integral part. They are ing big salaries and being placed Finding Society the "National Home interlqpers in the first place, and it over men long In the service. For sbbbb! Mrs. John Dolan, who visited her for Colored Children." Until I re'is a monstrous crime against us wo look to the men who entered parents at Dayton, Ohio,' has re- ceived your letter I did not know bbbbbw&SfbL.uvsbbb1 democracy that a minority of the ranks as privates and will work turned to her home in Jefforsonvllle. that there was such an Institution in Louisville, hence my Inability to bo able to block for- their way up through daring and should Kev. Father Vantroostenberghe send you the desired Information at a ability. They make tho real soldiers. irteiPvBBBBBBM BBBBBBBB ever the legitimate aspirations of seas among those from" this city who once. Upon Inquiry I learned from people. bbbbhssIHbbbsbbbbbb! at West Baden two nriests. who have worked for were sojourning Prohibition" 1s all Tight fon' Springs this week. some time among the colored peo canple here, that Singleton is out those who want it. Those who do HAVE LITTLE HOPE. Miss Mary Decoursey, Highland vassing- more in ills own interest not, however, should not have it of the with There is little hope now that tho forced upon them. Personal liberty Park, entertained guest, a barn dance than in behalf 'home.' poor colored CANDIDATE FOR acpordlng to Miss Lucille children. The change of Chancellors in Germany is tho birthright of froo people, and in honor of her one of them, is strictly Baker, of Lexington. only tho people themselves in means an opening for peace. a and as far as he know had was an outspoken democracy have tho right to curtail John T. Maione will leave soon never taken care of a Catholic colto join Mrs. Maione and children, ored child. The same priest adadvocate of fighting to the end. that liberty. who are spending the summer at vised against lending any aid or His successor is expected to follow support toward it whatever. The "When knighthood was in flower" their cottage at Rosedale, 'Mich. Bishop knows nothing of the work Subject to the action of the Demothe formula given out last week, cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, that the Rev. Singleton is doing, which means that Germany will as far as the Knights or Luther are Misses Margaret and Kathorine 1917. Tho aban- concerned was in the days before Hines, of Jeffersonvllle, had their but remembers that ho did call Btlll strive for victory. once to see him.' , donment of Erzberger by the Centre our nation entered the war. This brother, Laurence Hlnes, of St. "As this man may continue to find IIoHeat Ton WaBt n society's knightly Louis, as a visitor the past week. party Indicates that his peace pro- bitter circulate among our archdlocesan It Ah sesament of Your Properly parishes, I deemed it best to acgramme has failed completely. The valor In those good recruiting days Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gruber were you crisis in Germany has passed ap- seems to have "melted into thin in New York City last week, seeing quaint think with these facts: and. If you it well, you might anbringing peace air." tho sights and attending the roof nounce that Singleton is not enparently without says, gardens and fashionable watering titled to Catholic assistance. Very nearer. As the True Voice Tho general intention of the places. E. P. Hickey." sincerely, wo know little enough of what is Sacred Heart League for tho month happening in Germany at this time. Mrs Walter E. Glover returned of August Ss "Our Worklngmen Saturday from spending a week dn BARRY HEADS AR.MY STAFF. ron Of conditions there we know War," Michigan, nnd will leavenext month That there is a After the Major Gen. Thomas H. Barry." COUNTY ASSESSOR to Join her daughter, Miss Marie U. S. A., commanding the Central Btrong undercurrent In Austria setANARCHY NOT AMERICAN. Glover, in New York. at DoDartment. with headquarters ting toward peace seems certain. Chicago, is slated to succeed Major Subject to tho Action of the Demo cratic Party. Primary saiuraay, It was from Austria that Erzberger The Toledo Record is of opinion Mrs. Frank .W. Smith announces Gen. Hugh L. Scott, u. s. a., as August 4, 1917. obtained his inspiration to begin a that thd sentencing of the two he engagement of her daughter. Chief of Staff of tho United States Alexander, Miss Nell Smith, to Joseph 'Bernard army. The tip has gone forth from peace movement In Germany., His notorious ' anarchists, will Berkman anB Emma Goldma maroffices that Gen. Barry of New Orleans. failure indicates that conditions are should have a wholesome effect on Ward,wll be solemnized in The early hlnh suaeeed to the highest post In the the in those who have exaggerated notions riage much better in Germany than military service when Gen. Scott fall. in Austria and that hope of ultimate of tho rights of Individuals to reaches the age of retirement Major Gen. Leonard thwart the settled war policy of the The marriage of Miss Magdalena Sentember. victory is still strong there. nation. Those in doubt should give Motz and Albert A. Smith, who are Wood, now in command of the Tho fact that the efforts of benefit of tho encouragement the Government theprudent as well well known in New Albany, was sol- Southeastern at Department, S.with secured no C, doubt. It Is more Charleston, emnized with nuptial mass at Holy headquarters among the Catholics of France and as more patriotic than a course of Trinity church on Wednesday morn- and Major Gen. J. Franklin Bell, In Depart of tho that Cardinal Mercler, of Belgium, defiance. These two prisoners didy ing. Many friends (witnessed the command New York, Eastern only two not recognize tho boundless oppor-tult- ceremony and extended hearty con- - ment at are the. r against his directed a letter -the United States offers officers in tho army who outrank while ven In Switzerland political reforms through legitimate grat,ulatlons. as Both have served Gen. Barry. it was received with suspicion, shows agitation and legislation. They pro'df Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Francis have Chief of Staff. government an all Prior to that the contending nations are not tested against fostered disobedience announced the marriage of their polntment ofPresident Wilson's ap Gen. Scott as Chief daughter, Miss Helen Edna Francis, Staff. Gen. Barry was spoken of of yet Teady to think seriously , of all law and in and violent rebellion. They refused The cere- tho highest military circles as the peace. The Allies feel that the en to seo that when they convinced a to Grover C. Prewltt. performed Thursday man for tho place, and the fact of into tho majority of the people that their mony was trance of the United States evening, July 19, hy the Rev. Father right leads many struggle assures them ot victory and political views were frfco they could Schuhmann, of St. John's, in the his disappointment CANDIDATE FOR of govern- presence now to the conclusion that he is to with any change tho whole they will not be satisfied of the two immedlato fam- reach his ambition. Gen. Scott will ment. These revolutionists might peace that does not guarantee them have pursued their ehamele&s career ilies. reach tho age of retirement on Sep portion of without interruption in time of reparation for at least a tember 22. when ho will bo sixty- Subject to the Action of tho Demo too COUNTRY CHICKEN SUPPER. four years old. He has been in tho tho sacrifices they have made. Ger- peace. They presumed trifle much cratic Party. Primary Saturday, to with army since 1876, and is a member August 4, 1917. many still refuses to consent to a on their inability of war without treason time Those who would spend a really of tho Mission to Russia. He is a Appointed Auditor hy JIayor peace without annexations an I in crossing the danger lino. Their enjoyable day should not miss the Kentucklan. Gen. Barry is a New years old. Duschemeyer April, 1917. country picnic and Yorker, and is sixty-tw- o demnities. It is only when hope or punishment under law is the logical Ih balloting for Auditor stamp victory has been abandoned by her result of their unbridled propaganda chicken supper to be' given by the The description generally applied to of lawlessness and should have a peqplo of Holy Trinity church next him Is that he Is "Arm, opinionated. opposite No. 3. leaders that peace oven on tho basis salutary effect on their misguided Tuesday at St. Matthews. For two gruff, inexorable, one of tho quickest Notlco "1" in spelling Allln. nf tho status auo will be consid followers. weeks they have been preparing for minds In the service." He has been wo Under these conditions ered. this day and for which they will Dronounced a fine type of an ob 1017 An 6nt Primary TURNED OUT STRONG. There stlnato soldier. He served with the 1917 have 600 spring chickens. need not expect an early peace The in 1900, will bo music refreshments and a China relief expedition war will go on until exhaustion or Last Sunday morning 45L Peter's $10 gold gate prize. A novel and and marched up from Taku fort to an overwhelming defeat forces the church presented an Inspiring sight pleasing feature will be the patri- the relief of tho legations at Peking. vanquished to ask for terms. When when the members of tho St. Vin- otic reception by Roy Keal as Uncle He was commander of tho Cuban 1906 and Paul filled the body Miss Evelyn Bauer the that will come po one can say. One cent de large Society and made their Sam and of Liberty. Cars tvIIIasleave pacificationoi expedition in Philippines was Chief edifice Staff of tho Goddess thing is certain: We must prepare of that communion. general Rev. Edmund tho Jefferson street interurban sta- division for a year, beginning In iSBBBBBBBBBBBBW to wage war for at least two years. Kaiser, O. M. C, the pastor, sang tion every fifteen minutes, and after November, 1900. . Peace may come before 'that time; tho high masd, and a most forceful 2 o'clock there will bo extra service Instructive sermon was CHURCH PIONIC. it may come suddenly when surface andtho Rev. Father Huber. preached from the city limits, all cars stop by Tho genindications load us to expect it eral meeting at the Knights of ping at the grounds. All arrangements have been per least. But at present the prospects Columbus Hall was largely attended, INJURY CAUSED DEATH. fected for St. Martin's church picwhen many new members were reare that peace is still far off. nic, which will be held on the ceived Into the society by President Following injuries received In a church grounds at Shelby and Gray John A. Doyle. Secretary Bohan fall two months ago In Jefferson next Monday arternoon ana evenEMBARGO ON NEUTRALS. read the reports of the conferences, vllle when a hulldlng upon which ing, and everybody who attends is by ho was working and the statements good time. Meals guaranteed a President Wilson's embargo policy tho various committeessubmitted that P. Flaherty, thirty collapsed, Joseph will be served jolly thee ladies of the showed years old, living by neutrajs Increased work was being done for is to ration the European at 1643 West Oak street, died at parish, there will be many and FOR Judge noon Monday at Sts. Mary and varied amusements, good music and with unprecedented rigor and cut the poor and unfortunate. afterright ler fun for everybody, Germany of Matt O'Doherty delivered an ad- Elizabeth Hospital. In the His off the shipment Into dress on "Charity" that was 'en- was all supplies save jenough food for lightening and received the closest was crushed in the accident and noon there will be euchro and lotto grown-up- s OF JEFFERSON COUNTY A week games for the and for lattr amputated the attention. the women and 'children o blood poisoning set in and he sank the children a committee has ar- Subject to Action of Democratic Party. enemy empJre. The" President, acrapidly. He Is survived by a wife ranged games, for which prizes will CHANGE FOR BETTER. officials, and daughter, two brother, Edward be given to the successful ones. Adcording to administration and Kenny Flaherty, and two sis- mission will be free. stood, out sternly against the proHis friends throughout the city ters, Miss Pearl Flaherty and Mrs. posals of the Allies to shut all food and diocese will be elated to learn Owen Bohannon. The body was Sr&bNLrGTrT MimkJALW. out of Germany. When tho em- that there has 'been a favorable taken to Stithton for burial. change in the condition of Rev. Y. M. I., will bargo policy was discussed with the rinltv Council. Father Westermann, pastor of St. nARD TO FILL. lv e a moonlight musicale on the Balfour commission President Wil- Mary's, Eighth and Cedar, who has steamer Pilgrim Tuesday evening, humanitarian been ill and confined to 'his resion son, insisted will he sad!: August 7, and in addition to the Blshon McFaul European dence. Though still unable to at- missed at the Catholic Federatl grounds that the aeu.tral dancing programme have secured countries be permitted to export to tend his pariah duties, he is recov- convention In Kansas Caty n ixt some of Louisville's fqremost talent Oermeny their dairy products. He ering and was able to saymass this month. He was an inspiration to far the musical, xne Doat win the cause of Catholic Federation, leave the foot of FJrst street at the vu quoted as asserting thatparty week. JUL BBBBBSr and did more for the success of the 8; 30 and the Committee of Ar not be a United States would LAWN FETE, organization than any other man. rangements guartintees a pleasant to any policy that would result In His place will se hard to fill. evening to those who attend. or the The annual lawn fete starving the "women and ehHdree WsBBBfcilwP Bonomeo of St( Oharlaa benefit HBXItfGTOX. He Anally exacted n Df Germany. SUPPER A FEATURE. be given next Tuesday will B,reement with the Balfour Com- churchWednesday afternoon and and CANDTDATB FOR Catholics of Lexington and Fayof St. The that ths Europe Beatmls evening on the church grounds, ette county held a mass meeting at John's Vouna- Ladies' Sodalityannual mission church will jfive their to CITY TREASURER dairy Opera House Tuesh and Chestnut, There the Lexington be allowed to sell fete on tne oituren ground, Bttfcjeet to German. willo euchre sua lotto eaen after day nlcbt a the inauguration of a lawn and Walnut streets, n Action of rJenoeratis Party. Oemniay in exchange Tues Clay' 1T, Primary August 4, ana an ex-- eauBAigB. to raise $l,BO0 m Lex- day noon at 3:90 coal. millioo-dollafternoon and evening, and ostteat supper will tie served rran ington's portion ot the iwsnir In order to obtain American fund tor war work in army bare announced as a special from s the arternoon at 2; SO and in the of the 5 to 8 o'clock. IbMvtora neutral oanntries will be kaAxrTaaraMoa wm see UMt aa woo camps to be raised under auspices that supper will be served Iomo in evening at . BUsnre enn to 8 o'clock Colombo. of the Kfcafnte required to deoMstoV to incpcei- - 'attend enjor tbumselves, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Iaee July 29 Outing of tho Bandana Democratic.Clflb at Klondyke Camp. July 30 Annual A. O. II. picnic at Phconlx Hill Park. July 30 St. Martin's church picnic, on church grounds, Shelby and n, jjBACONasQN ........ ...... ( We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. W ieas lg 1 "-- JOSEPH NEVIN j Housekeepers' Needs Economy Refrigerators; In hard- Screen Doors; walnut stained, doors; they are extra wood golden oak finish with incches, and thick, being 1 white enamel lining and tinned sizes 3x7 feet; regular price wlro shelves: Regular Price. '$1.59; special at, each... $1.30 Salo Price. $21.50 $18.50 Screen Doors; fancy, $25.00 $22.00 doors in natural finish; size Lawn Mowers; theso are plain 3x7 feet and regularly priced brass bearing mowors in sizes $1.00 at $2.00; special for 12 to 16 inches; worth up to Sliding $3.69; specially priced at, Lnwn Settees? Boyer's .'2.08 Lawn Settees; price, without each $10.80 tho topi Top $4.00 Extra. S bearing mowers In sizes 12 to' 16 inches; values up to $5.49; Electric Fans; the "Nortliw ind" oscillating, a on sale at, each. $4.50 fan with starting switch, plug and cord; regular prlco $15.00; Screen Doors; having solid lower special price $13.50 panel in natural finish; size 3x7 feet; regularly priced at Spaulding's Rackets; .$2.30. Tennis i$2.75; on sale for. "Western Special" Rackets; swings regular prlco $2.98; specially Lawn Snlngs; priced at $2.10 mado of hardwood; regular price $4.89; specially priced $4.30 Croquet Sets; at Sale Price. 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Ladies' Days FIFTH AND ZANB, Tuesdays, Thursdays Where the QuicR Meal Comes In Where the home Is brightest; Where the work is lightest; Where the meal IS cooked best; Where the range stands the test the where That's 'Quick Meal" comes la. CITY AUDITOR JjfaBJafBgaagxl I Mi'Q&lii BBT BBEKSaSl3 S work is quickly done; Where cooking scones real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge Is oat e sight That's where the "Quick Meal" comes Where in. Qaiek Meal Gss Usages Sold, Iastalled aad Highly Keoomm.atleil GEHER & SON, w met st. WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU Better look over year fans NOW and let an repair the OBen tvhioh need It JUBFOKU IT (JUTS It Ii ALLY HOT. AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT CH1XDERS ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED. Phone City 135 333 WKST MAIN STRE sTf WM. T. McNALLY AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES ai FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. ANDREW M. SEA FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0SXA8T BROAD WAT. 1HHIIH1IIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIIIHIHHIIUIIIIMII Y " rfKs (WWHi m T. N. KRIMCE. 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Picnic Under Auspices County Board, Ancient Order of Hibernians i e i a jst i jmc a. x 0 Next Monday, July 30th Phoenix Hill Park LOUISVILLE RENDERING Incorporated River Road, East of CutOnV Home Phone City 721 OMP ANY Euchre and Lotto by Ladies Auxiliary Afternoon and Evening. Music and Dancing. Amusements of All Kinds. Ticket Ten Cents. Cumberland Main 721 FKOPI.ES FXOVIBEH? A8S00XATI0R Incorporated, n cltlzest was orcanlzed by SLICED BAOOX ' to make fcS Kedy for Vmr Griddle la the LOANS Morulas" on furniture and other personal property at ' LARD, SAUSAGE KAMA, LOWEST BATHS. Culeman Bids., PROVISION CO. LOUISVILLE B. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones. 2S88. M. B. KENDRICK "As Near to You a tbe Nearerf Phone' "SOUTHERN STAR" JOS. A. LUDWIG IA one dollar gives you of any n t. i I FUNERAL A A FLOWERS 11B 2$ taaffiaaaaaaH well-know- Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.00 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 Home COMPANY REPAIR Hancock and Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louisville Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phono City 6007 SNEDDON . aaaaaaLSfaaflflffBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafe-. K TKMBlSfK& IburUi Avenue LoulivMr We telegraph Flowers YEARS lTABUTHft $fa6 j CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER If nominated and elected I promise to devote my time to the duties of the office and further the interests of the people. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4, 1917. $2, $2.50, $3 or $3.50 straw haf in our large and magnificent stocks. Everywhere PRACTICING 1AWYER FOR TWENTY.FIVE CANDIDATE Fifth Magisterial District FOR Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS SOS KNGRAVKRS 'QUAKER MAID' IKCORPORATHD First, SeeMtf, TMrd Wards moeriHS, QUTTEsxwa, srotrrara Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ASPHALT SHINGLES A BPBCIALTT 3Cy. Oil Wait Broadway, to Action of Democratic CHLICH KNGRAVING COMPANY Subject Primary August 4, 1917. Party. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS BLECTROTYPBRS Louisville, Ky M W. Mala St., OWEN R. MANN Clsan Grocery Stores. "The Best Fof Less.'' in Orders for Bona Phone City 5874 snv sart of the city. Jl or more delivered S. SHILOH MOLLIS JOS. X. JOHN B. O'LEARY A GO. Headquarters for 803 East Wstlnut Street CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Wall Paper and "Window Shades anything in real See Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. us about buy and rent. We sell, Window Shades Made to Order. and 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Heano Phono City 2517. Borne Phone City 4464. 2?&X,X0BR HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. LEVY'S Market at Third. year-olStarts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative. Sixty-on- e Bank to which you can add JI 00 or more at any time We add absolute safety and 3 per cent No cost to you whaterer The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,00. d E. YANN DAIRY INCORFORATHD 508-51- COMPANY We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed W. O. RUSSELL O. K. Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary Financial John J. Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Home, 1818-182- First and third Fridays, Hibernian 0 HflflpflHsai aaaaaaaKaaakanr '..'" aaaaaal "'H 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. & SONS Sergean-at-Arm- s Both Phones Successor to C. 41203 PRINTERS' 1507 West Market Street Phone City 6659 WM. AUGUSTUS Sentinel FOR Thomas Noono. Pat Begley. aaaaaHHaaWJaaaaH dbbbbbbbbbbbbV 'BBBaVfiE4BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT' CHAS. ANSON Molter Contractor of Excavating, All BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ConSpecial Attention Given Picnics and Kinds of Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets crete and Wrecking. 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Phono City 4803 820 E. Cassin Ave. Home City 2000 President Thomas Lynch. Subject to the action of the Demo Vice President John J. Barry. cratic party. Primary. Auugst 4, Financial Secretary Thomas J. Subject to the action of the DemoLangan, 734 West Oak. 1917. cratic party. Primary, Autlgst 4, Recording Secretary William P. 1,917. CITY TAX RECEIVER DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERK GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under tin Elf Clk Stats GoYenwwnt Supervision SecMd ana Market 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 McDonogh. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dlg-na- n. FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS COFFEE GOOD MULLOY'S Has been the favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices are the fairest. Try our New Blend, 2 2 lbs i-- . I CANDIDATE FOR Sentinel J. McDermott. ANNOUNCEMENT In making my announcement as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative legislative from the Forty-fourt- h district I wish to call attention to the fact that in 1915 iny vote in that district, which is com posed of city and county precincts, was larger than that of Gov. Stanley's. My defeat in the general election by 129 votes was accomplished by the importation of many negro repeaters. JOHN DRESCHER. BE SURE TO CALL TOR CATHOLIC HONORED. Special Aat Delivery Service. fr P n v'v JOHN M. MULLOY Bath Pfaoaea 1323 212 W. Market St. 1885. NIT I Subject to Action of the Demo- ESTABLISHED cratic Party. President Wilson recently sent to the Senate the nomination of Constantino J. Smyth, of Nebraska, to be Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia, to succeed Chief Justice Seth Shepard, who resigned. Justice Smyth was born In Ireland in 1850, and Is a graduate of , reighton University, where he served as professor of the law of partnership, code pleading and Federal practice, and has been associate dean of the law fchool of that institution. quasi-contract- McRENNA WHISKY j 9 IT IS ALWAYS PURE. s, H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. I GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. DEPLORES WAR EXTENSION. Pope Benedict addressed the Sacred College Tuesday In answer to greetings from It on the eve of his name day. The Pontiff spoke feelingly of the conditions brought about by the war, with dts atrocities and destruction, and deplored the extension of the struggle. FEAR FOR HIS EYES. Raymond Duble, who was seriously burned laBt week by ammonia For the next three weeks wo are when a tank burst at the National going to offer all of our laces at a Ice cream factory on East Broad liberal discount. This offer is genu- way, nas been removed to the home ine, and it will pay our of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Duble, customers to write us at once while In Jeffersonville. It Is feared that complete. our stock Is he suffered permanent Injury to 'his eyes. out-of-to- THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH iNCorfpORATjro 00. GERMAN BANK WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLIjENBAOH" 536 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH PUKE RYH Louiarille, Ky i Funeral Director and Embalmed All), Surplice, Altar Laces BOTH PHONES 810. J SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH ) I4M-Mlil--WMWWi- Ht AND ZANE STS. i'DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT Fifth and Market Sts. f DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, FOURTH AVE. BURNS PROVE FATAL. I Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers J BOTH X Climb. I Htt-- PXXOKJE&S. Home City 2888 $ Mala 1 299S-- a S WVVWVVVW' WW I MAIN J. J. BARRETT'S SONS HOMB PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 7Z.y llllllllllllllUHtH Tuesday the honi3 of J. Ekro Mn year ley a aaeeatts that wlH Rapier, Vice President of the Bank tfeMa tut UT. of New Haven, was cast in deepest gloom whon his little daushter ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Sarah, four years old, sustained burns which resulted In her death 113 "W. Xra4way, XdvUrlU, Xy. a few hours afterward. Whllo playCondt.ct.4 by the Xaverlaa BratkMW. ing with a toy street car, lighted BoleatUlo CUMloal. as BuaUwn with a candle, her clothing caught Oouraea. Prttaratsrr.IrtBKt, lAtnt fire, and all efforts to save NORTON BUILDING the iwlmaUasT Pool. Wail Sulyed nji ii . Tan Malmt Bra. Jaaaaa, Vtr. child were futile, For tho bereaved N. W.Cirner Fturth and JefftKM family there Is sincere and wide spread sympathy. MAOKIN COUNCTL. rsra FRED ITt i ERHART t ! Prompt yV JLv BEER NONE BETTER ARCHITECT NONE PURER "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.! j FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 9vv' II Ia.t MaiA xet. vvvvvMiVwvwiVwwvtviM &&2I BHSCamberlaHd, Home Plieae Shawnee 484 W8t 11 J RATTERMAN 1 SCANNELL j t i Independent Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers to?.t 3101 WEST BROADWAY New Location H.B0SSES0N JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. West Phor.es Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers. Shawnt ,1343. Cumberland sio 3r)ocxr A.'wiccnK 1107a. Cardinal Glbb'ons, on his eighty-thir- d birthday on Monday, sent the following message to the young Americans about to be enrolled in the new national armlm: "Be Americans always. Remember that you owe all to America, and bo prepared, if your country demands it, to give all in return. "And," ho added, "I am sure they GOING AS NURSE. will bring honor and credit to the country of their birth, or adoption." Miss Agnes Kennedy, of Jefferson-villa large Tho Cardinal received but who now is at Battle number of telegrams from all secCreek, Mich., finishing her cqurse, tions of the couhtry congratulating baa filed an application at Lexington him. to go to France as a nurse, and has. Deen acceptea. Her sister, Miss WINNING NEW PATRONS. Edith Kennedy, has been notified she will depart in about two months. Knowledge of the many advantages Fontaine Ferry Park offers LAWN FJETJS AND EUCHRE. has gradually resulted In numbers of picnic ipartlea electing , this The members of St. Joseoh'a beauty spot for all day outings, Sodality of St. Cecilia's church will with the pleasing result of winning give a lawn fete for the benefit of new patrons dally. AH over the. the new school on the evening; of park there are diverting features, Monday, August 6, on the school and daily Paulaon'a Military band lawn, Tweaty-ft- h and St. Cctla. renders two free concerts. In tho Euchre wlH be played, and for thoae theater next wek a high clasc bill who do not care to pfaay there wl will be. presented, with M'H Theo be other attraction. An evaahuc and company presenting a Hatint of enjoyment is protniaed all thoae novelty In vanderille, the four other who' attend. numbers being very clever. e, Everything Is in readiness for Mackln Council's annual outing next Wednesday at Summers Park. The committee has arranged a programme that will jnake things enjoyable for the crowd. Thore will be music and dancing, games for the children, a marshmallow eating contest for the ladles, a baseball game .betwen Mackla's regular team and a team composed of the Twin City stars, a tug of war composed of the brawny iboys of, the council, a fat man's race and many other interesting and enjoyable contests. Refreshments 'will be served and lunch will be there In plenty for those who do not desire to carry a basket. The orchestrola phonograph which the council Is awardlBg will he disposed of at the outing. HURT BY FALL. Miss Margaret FInuegan, who fell from a car on Friday evening of last week and has since been seriously 111 at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Flnnegan, in the Highlands, was reported im proving on Thursday and thought to be out of danger. CARDINAL TO SOLDIERS. PERSONS EXEMPT. Persons who must be exempted or discharged from the draft by the local boards include: Officers of tho United States, of the States, Territories and of the District of Columbia. Ministers of religion, students of divinity. Persons in the military or naval service of the United States. Subjects of Germany and all other aliens who have not taken out first papers. Workmen Jn Federal armdrles, arsenals and navy yards. Persons In the Federal servico designated by the President for exemption. Pilots, merchants" marine sailors. Those with a status with respect to dependents which renders their exclusion desirable (a married man with dependent wife or child, son of a dependent widow, son of a dependent, aged or infirm parent, or brother of dependent orphan child under sixteen years of age). Those found morally deficient. Any member of any well recognized religious sect existing May IS, 1D17, whose creed forbids participation In war and whose religious convictions accord with the creed. MEMORY OF O'REILLY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, A Cat of Good Judgment. Order a Cat f FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Out to the crest demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONEs Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumh. Phen West 191 -- At the field day "of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Irish Society on August 10, at Hull, a tablet will ha erected at the Public Library nullding in memory of John Boyle O'Reilly, the poet. During O'Reilly's life the buiWJng which now is the library iwas hla home. WIEDEMANN inCORPOKATEB TSt Heme Phen 1911 BREWING COMPANY'S. Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. SM at all toadfac; bat and eafaa. GRUBHR Renowned for purity, tragth, Ky. 09USBR. Miukwi, Lwiivlii, i. f,. tJA !' JSIBrc'XTJOKlY IRISH AJS&JGXOLGAJSr. 1017 August Primary 1017 Herman Straus $ sons wccw'aweo rOURTH AVCNUt MARKET STRECT m ' CHAS. H. KNIGHT Candidate For He-Electi- We Qive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. STATE SENATOR Thirty-Sixt- h 15,000 Yards White and Colored Waist Senatorial District Subject to Action of Democratic Party. and Dress Materials on Sale 50c Fancy White Voiles 20c READ THIS! All claims against tho City pass through tho hands of tho Auditor. llo 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 Loulsvlllo Corporations paying largo taxes and doing many Thousands of Dollars of business Annually i." Extra special purchase of about 200 pieces of extra fine grades of Whito Voiles and Organdies, with roTen checks and stripes; also somo with silk stripes; these aro all regular 50c materials; 20c while they last, your choice, per yard 50c White IMquo 5c 20 pieces only on an extra heavy and soft finish "White Pique Skirting; these are 36 inches wide; this Pique is well worth 50c a yard; while they 35c last, per yard 25c Underwear Crepo 15c White Underwear Crepe; of soft French finish grade; 30 inches wide in plain and stripe styles; the regular price is 25c a yard; Monday special, i 15c per yard 25c White English Itcpp 18c Repp Suiting; this is a splendid weight White forladles' skirts; also for children's suits and width and our regular dresses; this is a 18c 25c number; Monday, special, per yard 36-ln- 30c Whito Organdies 10c White Organdies; of a flno sheer woven quality In a width, and there aro only 18 pieces in this lot, and theso aro good values at 39c; Monday, special, per yard 10c 40-ln- ch 40c Novelty Sport Fabrics 25c Special purchase of 150 pieces of novelty sport material; theso aro stripe combination designs, A. SCOTT BULLITT CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Subject to Action of Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 and a full range of the season's newest colorings; there are values in this special lot up to 49c a 25c yard; while they last, per yard 75c Sport Gaberdines 30c Special purchase of one lot about 40 pieces of Burton Bros, fine English Gabardines in a beautiful range of new sport styles and colorings; there aro stripes and figured designs; if bought in the regular way, this material would sell at 75c a 30c yard; whilo they last, yard 30o Gabardine Skirting 25c Gaberdine Skirting in a plain and woven these aro 30 inches wido and aro regular 39c gabardines; Monday, special, per yard . .25c 50c Xovelty Dress Voiles 27c This is an extra special buy of about 200 pieces d of extra flno Whito Voile, with fancy colored woven strdpo and check; all of tho colorings are yarn dyed; theso materials are all now and desirable styles; they aro 36 inches wide and values up to 50c; whilo they last, yard .27c Tissues and Voiles 15c Your choice of over 100 styles of Tissues, Voiles and Organdies; these aro floral, figured, Sport and strlpo designs, in a beautiful range of colorings to select from; there aro values up to 25c In tho lot; while they last, per yard . . . .15c Dress Gingham 2,000 yards of short mill remnants of Zephyr Dress Ginghams; there are plain colorings, also stripes and plaids and checks; tho lengths are up to 8 yards; they sell from tho bolt at 17 c a yard; whilo they last, per yard 12Jc 35c Madras Shirting 17c , 1,800 yards of mill remnants of Colored Madras Shirting; there are 32 and 36 inches wido in the lot and lengths up to 7 yards, and there aro values up to 35c a yard In tho assortment; whilo tho lot lasts, per yard 170 do-tJg- n; two-threa- and attention. EFFICIENCY is tho only plank in my platform. If elected I shall bring experience, competency servo you. I have handled their business satisfactorily. I am a business man seeking an oflico that demands business and industry to JOS. L. STEURLE, Candidate for City Auditor. k a$ J $'' V?' 1917 t : : 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY CHAS. C. WHEELER CANDIDATE FOR 17c 12c Subject to the Action of the Democratic' Party, COUNTY JUDGE t ! '4W44444. 1917 August Primary 1917 Allen E. Smith CANDIDATE FOR r READ, STOP, THINK The following extract is from a letter to the present Coroner which appeaaed in various papers: "In my opinion there is no legal objection to your "M. M. LOGAN, (Signed) "Attorney General." r 'eA(::V That is not the question. The t question is: CAN THE PRESENT CORO NER LEGALLY HOLD TWO OFFICES AT THE SAME TIME one under the Civil and one under the Federal Government, and draw $5,000 per year from one and $3,000 per year from the other? Section 237, Kentucky Constitution, expressly prohibits any such act, and Section 3774, Kentucky Statutes, gives the penalty. VOTE for the Ladies' Auxiliary with their euchre and lotto in the afterSAM L. noon and evening. Tho fortieth anniveraary of the Ancient Order in Portland, Ore., will bo celebrated some time in September. Arrangements for conferring the degree work are under way and will bring the and new ones together. t, The Ladies' Auxiliary of tf. Y., had a mass celebrated In St. Anthony's church for the spiritual welfare and safe return of Catholics young men sent to the war. Members of the order were present in large numbers. The Ladles' Auxiliary In Washington are raising a fund of $500 to CANDIDATE FOR be presented" to Rev. Lewis J. FOR O'Hern, C. S. P., appointed by the Catholic hierarchy in charge of tho spiritual welfare of the Catholic COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY soldiers in the concentration camps. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Teams representing Niagara Falls, Primary August 4, 1917. Primary August 4, 1917. Buffalo and Syracuse Hibernians will engage in exciting football and VOTE FOR WORKING hurling matches tomorrow afterPark at PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE noon in Burnett there will Syracuse. be a reAfter the games ception and entertainment for the four teams. JbL Sj ta TWIN CITV LEAGUE. ROBERTSON Help V01E IOJ County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 1017 August Primary 1917 old-tlrae- rs Green-poin- P. S. RAY CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF H. S. McNUTT Cotrnty Clerk Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1017 Primary August 4 1017 FRANK DACHER ADOLPH SCHMITT DR. H. B. MEOHLING I FOR CORONER. KEEP HIM IN JAIL. r He is the originator of the humanizing idea in the Jefferson County Jail. He established the Foster School to enlighten and reform men and women. Result: The Jefferson County Jail of today has won national renown for its solution of the criminal problem in America. Clean as a .pin standard and at the head of the class management sane and practical. Press and public say so; but ask anybody in or out of jail. Vote for CHAS. C. FOSTER for Jailer, Democratic candidate for 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 LORAINE MIX FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. 1917 4 EEbjL August Primary 1917 RUSSELL GAINES Candidate for County Surveyor Subject to Action of Democratic Party To the Democratic Voters ol the City of Louisville: I do hereby announce my candidacy for-- the office of. JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OP LOUISVILLE, aubject to the action of the Democratic party primary, August 4, 1917, and respectfully solicit your up- - May 1. 181T. THOS E. HALL CANDIDATE FOR Manager Sheckler's Mackin team clearly earned their title to second place in the Twin City League Sunday, defeating the Orioles 8 to 3 easily despite tho latter's strong lineup. Tho Champs wont on a Subject to the Action of the DamooJntio Party batting spreo against the Imperials, winning pulled up In a 10 to 1 game. FInnegan and Sheehan of August Primary 1917 1917 tho O'Brien clan making home runs. x The battle royal of tho day was CANDIDATE FOR M. J. McDERMOTT staged between tho Bertrands and first who CITY TREASURER For Bailiff of Police Court Hibernians, season, met for theWolfe Managers time this Subject to Action of the Democratic and Murphy and all of their follow- Subject to AcUon of Democratic Party. rriiuarjr ivugust t, ers accusing each other of praying Candidate For Party. for rain when the former game was scheduled. Tho Bertrands fielded sensationally and wero only beaten KNIGHTS HP COLUMBUS .1 by the sterling pitching of Henry for tho A. O. H., who struck out Primary Saturday, August 4, 1917 twelve men and was unhlttable in Tho final score was Late News That Will Interest tho pinches. Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party tVhat They Have Been Doing C to 5. It Is rumored that a threat Members Here and from tho Humano Society kept the the Past Week General score down between tho K. of C. 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 19J7 News Notes. and Trinity, as the returns showed a final of only 12 to 3. Schedule for tomorrow: Bertrands vs. K. of Champs vs. Hibernians, Mackin iileriirert Denver Council has Tho little entortaalnment in honor C, vs. Imperials, and Trinity vs. $10,000 to the military camp fund. of the ball team was noyed by Orioles. Standing to date: The Alhambra had a all. Won Pet. exemplification Monday RiirMsfnl Lost night at Bring your family, friends and K.ofC 12 i .923 Buffalo. acquaintances to tho picnic Monday Mackin Candidate For For .769 3 io Bishop Morris, of Little Rock, has evening. .' Orioles .692 4 9 subscribed $250 to the million dol6 .538 Charles McCarty was obligated at Champions,...,.... 7 6 .462 lar war work fund. 7 tho meeting of Division 4 Monday Imperials 6 Hibernians John D. Crlmmins, 7 Ifew York .402 evening. Bertrands 11 2 and banker, wrote 154 philanthropist Tom Langan says that Pat Burke, Trinity o .000 his check for fl.OOO for tho war 13 Subject to Action of Democratic Party. an ardent rooter for the Bertrands, camp fund. waited until dark to como home. AT ST. PAUL TODAY. Alhambra Council of Worcester, Hibernians turned out in largo Mass., gave the first degree to a 1917 numbers Sunday at the gamo beAUGUSD PltlMAKY The Louisville club will play to1017 tween tho A. O. H. arid Bertrands. day and tomorrow at St. Paul, a class of 500 candidates, breaking all records for tho entire order. Deery haas Issued double-headState President being scheduled for Norwood an lfflclal letter urging Indiana Hi- tomorrow, gnd from there Trill go last week Council, of Cincinnati, forwarded to headquarcamp to Indianapolis for two games bebernians to assist the war on its ters the amount assessed fund. fore winding up tho present trip. members for tno fund. A Ladies' Auxiliary at Bellalre, The three games at St. Paul will Walsh, of Massachusetts, Ohio, has been organized with a be the hardest task of the entire membership of thirty, which will be trip as St. Paul has been a stumbl has accepted the Invitation of Cinto bo tho principal Boon doubled. ing block for Clymer's Colonels all cinnati Chapter Discovery day cereBpoaker at the Mil- season and to date has beaten our The Ladles' Auxiliary of monies. waukee is giving a series of lawn club seven out of thirteen games. Forty-Eight- h Louisville Council is preparing Legislative District of Kentucky. and card socials tor the benefit of According to tho schedule originally drafted the leagud would finish Its for a grand exemplification of the the lied Cross. Seven members wero obligated season next week, but with the new three degrees on September 9. No Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. applications re- arrangement games will ho strung applications will be received after and twenty-fiv- o ceived at the last moetlng of Divis- out to the latter part of September. August 29. The $1,000 raised in one day by With this new deal the Colonels will ion 1 of Portland, Ore. Despite tho effect of two post- be given another opportunity to the Knights of Wichita, Kas., was ponements the euchre and lotto of catch our Hoosler rivals, who would one of tho first contributions toward fund for welfare ,BOTH PHONES 2399 the Hibernian Social Club was a have won the pennant with the the million-dollbig success in overy way. shor.t schedule, as picked by the work for our soldiers. April. The council at Columbus, Ohio, Tho Hibernians of Portland, Ore., Kentucky Irish American in service. We are, as aive us a trial for first-clahad a "call to tho colors" meeting will- - turn out in full force tomorrow close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and TAKING LONG CHANCE. Monday night. Fifty of its memat the blessing of the new bell and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable belfry of St, Clement's- - church. Mr. and Mrs, John F. Ootken, bers are now in service, ready to were who left here on an automobile tour fight and die for Old Glory. dollars hundred chauffeurs 1 xr specialty. Qive us a call. Five Slnco the Fourth of July exempliknocked off the Hibernian building last week, write Louisville friends of debt last week at (Portland, Ore., that ifcew have gone from Detroit fication Holy Trinity Council and Interest on the balance reduced to Windsor, Canada. "Oets " local Trinidad, Col., boasts the largest say he is taking a long fourth degree rer oentago of any 1 per cent friends Let the picnic be in line with chance with a cognomen like his in ronnrll In tlifi nnuntrv lust 40 ner SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. . cent. the big St Patrick's day success. the land of the Canuck. TAX RECEIVER R. 0. DORSEY ln. HIBERNIANS. Ww County Commissioner CLAY HALL Clerk of the Police Court -- er Ex-Go- v. to JAMES D. HEADLEY FOR LEGISLATOR ar (P Autos and Taxis For Hire ss J, Lee Young Automobile Co. , . "3