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Dullard Is Chairman, and packed Into boxes, from which they will not bo removed until needed for actual service on the. field. It'. C. Ballard Thruston, Chairman of the Louisville iRed Cross Chapter, has Dow Wire w lAt limn IVUS sfwwfliV Tiuu mutt SCREENS & Iron Works Will Protect Tea LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1917. XEOBNT DEATHS. PRICE FIVE CENTS. this political move, which in baseball terms was a "boner" of the worst kind. Lest it.be forgotten, It Is only necesary to "call attention to Beckham's" speech and voto on the prohibition measure in tho Senate Wednesday, his course helng only a pursual of the programme as mapped out in these columns. Beckham not only voted for nation-wid- e prohibition and against the bill intended to recompense distillers for loss, but spoke on the measure and saybitterly attacked ing there should be no place in any community for saloons. This Is respectfully referred to the saloonlsts and liquor men who have been duped Into supporting McNally for selection Sheriff, the for that office. In closing discussion of this race the writer wants to repeat that there was no personal animus against Mr. McNally, who is an exemplary young man, but he hyrepresented tho pocrisy in Democratic politics, and If successful the future of local Democracy will be founded on prohibition, fnnatacism. The average Democrat wonders hoy anw one of political judgment would endanger future success of the party, jeopardize positions of police, firemen and city employes by handicapping the choice ticket with a for Sheriff. Right here It might be said that if McNally is nominated and the ticket beaten In November his backers will have to do some mighty tall explaining. Once again a vote for McNally is a vote for hypocritical prohibition Beckham, and the disruption of local Democ- saloon-keepers, Haly-Beckham Haly-Beckham Haly-Beckham. LOUISVILLE STRUGGLE Will Raise $15,000 For Spiritual mittee with six large sized flags, That Is Constantly Going those of America and five of her Between Christianity and and Physical Welfare of allies Belgium, France, Italy, EngDemocracy. land and Russia. The flags have Soldiers. been presented the Military Relief Com- The funeral of Lawrence Dolan, East, Washington street, was held Sunday afternoon. Ho was twenty-fiv- e years ofd, and succumbed to a sudden attack' of spinal meninOn gitis. Surviving him are his mother and 'several brothers and sisters. 736 POLITICS Democratic Forward League Is Given Body Blow by Gov. ' Stanley. WHITE CROSS Work For tho Public Health, For tho Church and For School. Was Organized Two Years Ago on tho Feast of the Holy One of the Most Important and Useful Undertakings Ever s Initiated. f " -of HP c acr i & After a 16rig illness Almighty God called to his eternal rest Thomas J. Many Brumleve Followers Are Eight Students of the American Has Endorsement ef Right. Rev. Ground For Hope That Religion Conway, brother oWohn M. Conway CATHOLIC FEDERATION. Now Sadder But Wiser Academy of Christian and Mrs. Mary, Phalen, 614 We3t Bishop O'Donaghue and Will Be Free In Future Ormsby. For years he was a resi' Democrats. Democracy. The Kentucky Irish American Work. Clergy. dent of LoulsvlllS and was widely acknowledges a cordial invitation to His known. funeral was' held the sixteenth annual convention of Wednesday morning with requiem tho American Federation of Catholic high mass at St.? Louis Bertrand'a at Societies, which will convene SOME INTERESFING CONTESTS DAY WHEN 0I,D FRIENBS-MEE, CAMPAIGN BEGINS NEXT MONDAY Kansas City under the patronage TWO THINGS THAT ABE NEEDED church. of the Right Rev. Bishop Thomas Margaret Kelly, for many years a Llllls, August 26 to 29. This will highly esteemed president of this probably bo the most Important conWar, the food problem and even Women who are able to give of During the whole of the nine- city, passed into jternal rest Tues- prohibition are secondary consideraGreat activity is in evidence in vention the Federation has yet held, send delegates. their time and money should take Louisville in Catholic and Knights of and Louisville will open on Sunday teenth century, writes Leon Garrl-gue- t, day morning, leavjng many friends tions In Kentucky this week, as Tho convention will death. She was a care not to sacrifice good work in a keen struggle went on be- who mourn herE.1W. Murphy, 636 politics have absorbed the entire atColumbus circles In connection with with Pontifical mass at the Cathe- sister of Mrs. which they are already engaged In Right the promotion of the very important dral Bonzano, tween Christianity and democracy. South Twentysixth street. With a tention of all Kentuckians. Most Rev. John order to meet the new war demands. project of 'providing for the physical, Apostolic delegate, will be tho cele- Christianity had produced our West-ei- n solemn requiem mHs3 her funeral pn the eve of the primary contests Already there are cries for help are being waged social and spiritual needs of Cath- brant and Archbishop Hanna, of civilization, and presided over was held Thur'sdatffmorning from St. and fightsaffair in Europe look that from great numbers of worthy ormake the olic soldiers among the coming en- San Francisco, will preach the serlike the formation of modern nations; Charles church. If ganizations, whoso support Is being a Sunday-schopicnic in compari campment and training of the vari- mon. In the evening there will be withdrawn and transferred to war son. Throughout ous armies which the United States a mass meeting presinea over oy the democracy appeared as a "great the State the purposes. The sacrifico mada fcr The many friends of Is organizing for service in the great Archbishop when Glennon, the political and social power, which,- in Christine VernIa,whose Miss Mary Democratic Forward League Is mak- tho Red Crosg should not be sub death oc- Ing a desperate effort to capture the war. As has been announced in speakers will be tho Apostolic Dele- Its turn, Is on its way to conquer stituted for good work already In these columns, the Knights of gate, Judge Martin Wade, of Iowa, tho world and is resolved to re- curred Saturday night at the home Lotislature and is making that fight racv. ,. . ...... " hand, but should bo an additional Columbus authorities decided to ftnd Right Rev. Joseph Schrembs, model, regenerate and' transform of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Louis wun pron'muon as tne enter issue. sacrifice. Woik for tho public Vernla, on the dreen Valley rpad This was the course mapped out for raise at once by assessment of its Bishop of Toledo. Monday will be MEETS AGAIN WEDNESDAY. ds going on conhealth, for the church and the school near tyew Albany.'lfleeply mourn the the League by the own members and other means a given over to two sessions, and at It." This struggle must not be neglected on account loss of one or Gett's devoted serv- faction and the recent campaign of fund of at least one million dollars night a colebratlon at Electric Fark. stantly. The Irish convention will meet or war. In the opinion of some, democ- ants and a Christian1 young woman. Bryan in this State was intended to again on next ednesday In Dublin. for this Imperative need. The Gov- Tuesday morning there will bo Pon The White Cross Nurses were ernment has placed the order on tifical requiem at the Cathedral for racy is part of tho very nature of Her funeral tookj place Monday stampede the Democratic voters to At the last session, the official reon the feast of Holy the same footing as the Y. M. C A. Bishop McFaul, Archbishop Blenk things. "There Is a radical opposi- morning from Holy Trinity church, prohibition and only support candi- port announces, a preliminary Pro- Rosary In October, 1916, tho eight by as a privileged agency to carry on and all deceased members of the tion between the principles of the where her life will) remain a beauti- dates for the Legislature who would cedure Committee was appointed to students of Academy the work among the soldiers. This Federation, followed by two business Gospel and the aspiration, of democ- ful memory and Sfhery her friends declare themselves in advance in prepare proposals, and It was agreed of Christian tho American Their obDemocracy. wero legion. Tjo'Jthe bereaved par- favor of the pro- that the convention adjourn to en- ject The social service mass entails a heavy responsibility, and sessions. is to upon every meeting at night will be presided racy. No agreement ds possible, the ents is extended) the sympathy of all gramme that is submission of the able the Chairman, In conjunction associations,furnish to tho Catholic the burden devolves leagues and federations prohibition question to the voters of with the Secretaries, to prepare and, properly trained secretaries, field council of the order and upon all over by Bishop Muldoon, of Rock-for- two must be in perpetual conflict." who know themij when tho speakers will Include In the opinion of others the differwent well and the issue to tho members in circular agents, press correspondents, leccommunity to meet members of the the State. All t the Rev. John, W. Melody, S. T. D., ence arises solely from misunderMrs. Nora Sullivan, aged seventy-fiv- Forward Leaguers were chuckling form tho material necessary to en- turers, parish visitors, its requirements. social workand Hon. Quinn O'Brien, of Chicago. standings, local circumstances, hiswidow of thSlato Dennis Sulli- and congratulating themselves that This campaign has the approval to proceed with ers, practical nurses, etc There Is the there will be two ses- torical causes, all of which may van, entered Intorher peace at the the money spent In bringing the abletask. convention o Wednesday of the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-huThe Preliminary Procedure an Increasing demand for associaits There would thus be no Boy Orator of the Platte here was Committee then held Its first meet- tion workers possessing qualificaand the clergy of Louisville. The sions, closing the convention, after disappear. antagonism, no irrecon- homo of her M. J. which there will ba an auto ride necessary Bishop says in a letter read in the 326 East Jaob street, Satur- money well spent and that Gov. ing, continues the official account', tions coextensive with the nature of between -the hurches last Sunday: "It is our through of city, followed by Bene- cilable opposition the youngtho old day night. She was a well beloved Stanley and the liberal element and decided to have a draft of the tho many and varied Catholic works, democdiction the Blessed Sacrament In Christianity and were hopelessly up against It. But standing orders for the convention It is a. vocational field awaiting Imperative duty as citizens to do all ono of a Christian mother, a falthfurand sincere Chrisof the public we can to help the Government Secretary Anthony parks; National racy. The dream as chimerical as tian, a kind and' devoted neighbor. lo and behold, the Governor takes at once drawn up. The committee moro intensive development. Matro will have democracy is not authorities in their aim, and more- his headquarters in the Muehlebach many are disposed to believe, and Surviving her ara two daughters, the bit in his teeth and comes out also asked that Sir Francis The White Cross Nurses have Dawsonl of North Vernon, flatly for the submission of the pro over, as Catholics, we must help Hotel, tho convention's Secretary. a where delegates will report. there is ground for hope that under Mrs. Mary" Mrs. M.fj. Kirwan, of this hlbltiou question, which really was should submit to the merribers of adoptedand service adress in gray and provide for the spiritual requireInd., and white, wear distinctive silver the forms of popular government city. Her funeral took place Tues- decided when he decisively beat i the committee Information In regard ring. Tho following rally song to own, for while we will ments of our HAD GALA DAY. which the future seems to promise, day morning from St. Mary Mag- McChesney, and now the Forward U0 army chaplains have seven or eight the procedure' adopted by the tho air of "On, Wisconsin!" is religion will be free to carry on its large circle Leaguers are groggy from the shock. convention that drew up a constitu- - characteristic: or our faith at the local camp, they Monday afternoon and night tho work of education, peace and civili- dalene's church, when a to offer a assembled of friends So much tor tne acate contests. tlon for the Union of South Africa White Cross Nurses, White Cross mast be assisted in divers obvious Hibernians of Louisville and their prayer for the repyse of her soul. Right here in Jefferson county this The committee was to meet again ways. Finally we must not neglect friends had a gala day at Phoenix zation. Nurses, There is no radical antagonism Winged from mountain sky, week will mark the closing of the last Tuesday, but what.was done has the creature comforts which mean Hill Park at the annual reunion of between Christian principles and the At their number do not wonder. Deep sorrow hi ifllled the hearts bitterest primary In the history pf rrk vAt Ihnan Trtnio nllhlln so much in the all but cheerles life tho AncIentOrder. principles of democracy; ronjL aH parts n o ;S4i-- . . 'fetsis"pUtchdsntniSatertheTBJ,iBBishop says ofthe city TcameTbld" and young and fundamental the' soldier whatever antagonism thoro of many people the work Is a great charity, which early the park was thronged with may be between Christianity and Sunday at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth camps, poison gas being the favorite Increaslng reason for confidence Whlto Cross Nurses, White Cross Nurses, appeals to every Catholic heart, and people whose only regret was that democracy comes from other causes; Hospital of Mrs. Mary Lacey White, weapon in both parties. In the Re- that the convention In session In Onward, upward, hike, a patriotic duty that a citizen can they had to separate. There was en- and only as that antagonism disap- beloved wdfe of C. J. Miles White, publican camp Undertaker Maas was Dublin may reach a settlement behardly avoid. tertainment of high order, and the pears will democracy bo able suc of Cold Springs, Mont. Mrs, White ruthlessly bowled over by the mon- cause of the possibility of solving T'where hearts aro bleeding we will hit the pike. The Executive Committee held its various contests were spirited and cessfully to accomplish the great was a native of 'Louisville, the eyed powers In G. O. P. circles and the homo rule problem without par boys 'because of his tition is" the point to which first meeting Tuesday morning, and Interesting, notably the baby show, task It has undertaken. daughter of the late John Lacey, the the n ancestry. plans (for raising $15,000 for Louis in all parts of the park were seated At'iea(iing Unionist delegates as well Whlto Cross Nurses, White Cross None of these cuuses of antagon- and well known here. With her Nurses, s ville's contribution were mapped out the elders, who spent a happy hour ism between democracy and Chris- husband she moved to Montana present It appears that everything is as the Nationalist members are turn Diamonds, clubs and spades, at a meeting at the Tyler Hotel exchanging greetings and recalling tianity belong to the nature of some years ago, and came to her old quiet on the surface, but Wood Ing their ingenuity. There is no Tuesday night of representatives memories of tho friends and days of things; they are all In th historic home for treatment ten days before Axton has taken up tho fight of apparent support for the Ulster From the mountains to tho lowland, were "nonpossumus" attitude, as It Is Following the excellent order, and may consequently disap- her death. Besides her husband Maas and his friends, who Trom each of the forty Catholic par- long ago. Your hearts are trump, ye maids: ishes in this city and Jefferson Wellington supper there was danc- pear like the local circumstances she leaves a son, Charles White, Axton's supporters four years ago, realized that this in the last chance county. organization ing for the young and euchre and whlqh gave rise to them. A thorough both of whom were here for the and a merry war is being" waged on 'for an agreed upon settlement of Whlto Cross Nurses, White Cross Nurses, machine, but the question was made and the campaign in this lotto for followers of the game, It has often been very justly ob funeral, which was held Thursday the Chilton-Searc- y City, village, town, city is now on in earnest, and it is while for others there was tho at- served that of all forms of govern- morning at St. Louis Bertrand's really aimed at National Committee suc who has Lord Middleton, man Hert, Heyburn and others ceeded Sir Edward Carson as Chair- Shine with your name and demo expected that by the first of tho tractive grocery and candy wheels ment a democracy Is that which de- church. cratic gown. whom they class as the silk tjtock-In- g man of the Irish Unionist alliance, coming week Louisville will again, and the ice cream stand presided mands tho greatest number of viri ST. BONIFACE CHURCH. Liberty bond and the Red over by Mrs. Dan Dougherty, as- tues, and consequently the largest element In the party. Tho Ax- which was founded to oppose any as in the sisted by members of the Ladles' measure of Christianity. Civic or ton element Is supporting Dover for sort of home rule, and who hereto- White Cross Nurses, W3ilte Cross ' Cross campaign, exceed the fondest Nurses, St. Boniface church will welcome Sheriff, Bomar for Jailer, expectations of the most sanguine Auxiliary. State and County officers moral virtue can exlttt outside the ' fore has been regarded as the leadFaithful, good and truo, supporters. J. C. Murphy and J. A. and the Reception Committee min- Catholic religion; but thla religion two new Franciscan fathers tomorfor County Clerk, Groves for ing Irreconcilable, remarked: "I sug- Never ' falter, never waver, gled with the crowds, while candi- is better fitted than any other to row, the Rev. Venantius Stephan, Coroner and Wells for Bailiff. If gest Fueglein will direct the campaign. creating four States to comprise i IPreparedness for yon; without tho and social who comes from St. Francis Assist (hese' are slaughtered In the Final Instructions to the workers, dates hand andnumber extended new teach the although Iilsh glad made many virtues, to lift man above coarse church at Cincinnati, and Rev. Florl-be- primary, as all indications point to therecognizeCommonwealth, be great White Cross Nurses, Whlto Cross" who will raise the money during a friends. Upon all sides a feeling of I there would Nurses, sensuality and narrow selfishness. throe-da- y Blank, who has hen at St. An- that end, look out for trouble In the campaign, beginning Mon'balancing trade advanenjoyment line; Stick right to Though the following words of thony's church, Streator, 111. The Republican ranks for the general difficulty In day morning, will be given Sunday good nature and Is gratifying was tages and defense responsibilities. I Work, Rlrls, andthe pray, th Lord to it night at a mass meeting ol parish manifest, andnice sum was realized Taine may have been often quoted Rev. Sigismund Plrron, o. F. m., election. Chilton and Searcy are be- think the decision should include know that a will say you're fine. are Chairmen and committeemen as- for the fund for dependents of our and may be known to all, they sub- who has been stationed at St. Boni- tween the dovil and the deep sea early revision of the empire's conThe American Academy of Chris-tlo- n so closely connected with our face church, has been transfered to they can't offend the moneyed men stitution. The delegates are receivsociated with them. Col. P. H. Cal- bravo soldiers In tho wan Democracy conducted by tho ject that wo can not resist the St. Bonaventure church at Cincin- and they know party success is ing printed details of the dominion lahan, National Chairman of the White Cross Nurses will for s pleasure of repeating them. "To- nati. These changes were ordered hopeless without the folKnights of Columbus Committee on constitution for their gulsance." This tho seventh course on September 14, CAN'T EQUAL THEM. day," he1 says, "after eighteen cen- by the Franciscan Chapter held in lowers. expected to arrive War Activities, is Is considered a significant fact. 1917, at Cincinnati, a center In both hemispheres, ChrisIn the 'Democratic ranks all of trom Washington on Saturday and peculiarly adapted for this purpose. There is Teal doubt if any other turies, is striving, just as it did in Cincinnati last- week. tianity poison gas has emanated from the will address local campaign workers organization of women in this counINTEREST AROUSED. The course extends overi seven of Galileo, to change BROTHER JAMES DEPARTS. the Brumleve camp, the down and at the meeting. try can outclass, if it can equal, the the workmenInto lovo of others. It months, and comprises recitations love of self outers and the disgruntled DemoIt was decided at the meeting Iy. C. B. A. In the manipulation of still forms the strong wings necesWith the approach of August 8 and lectures on social science, The news that Rev. Brother crats being led by General BrumTuesday night that Louisville in the practical patriotism and munificent sary much Interest is manifesting political economy, charities and sofor lifting man above his lowly James, for the past seventeen years leve and Adjutant General Pflanz. and 9 in campaign will be divided into 'four generosity. At the natlonal'meeting St. Columba's church lawn cial service, parliamentary law, saniitself and limited outlook. President of St. Xavler College, was they are in districts, with First and Broadway of the Ladles' Catholic Benevolent condition these two Through fpatlence, resignation and to leave Louisville, was received As forlast battle. leaders, of a little fete. Many new attractions have tation and practical nursing, physiOutside as the iboundarles. Henry Bosse Association held in Atlantic City it hope Christianity will lead him to their been added to this year's fete, and cal culture, office work (Including feelings of sincere sorrow by First will bo Chairman of the campaign Was decided that President Wilson the haven of calm. case especially will It will carry with students and alumni of that in- strength In the will beand Twelfth the "Bride of lona" drawing cards, typewriting and registration of prinoverwhelm- be ono of tho great wards Brumle'e committee in District No. 1, located could draw not only on the services him beyond the boundaries of tem the work), and the fundamental north of Broadway and east of First of tho 165,000 members of the as- perance, purity and kindness, to the stitution. Brother James has heen ingly ibeaten by Charley Cronan, and while the Jaz Band In Iona village, ciples of Christian philosophy. Lecpromoted to the Presidency of Mt. as for Pflanz, it will be a distinct the St. Columba quartet and the St. tures by visiting representatives and Btreet. District No. 2, located north sociation, but would have at his dis grandeur of and St. Joseph's College at Baltimore, surprise if he carries a single pre- Elizabeth drill team are arousing organizers of social movements are of Broadway and west of First, will posal a fund of 12,500,000 accinct against our present and effi- public Interest to the highest pitch. given frequently. Tho ' field work have Dr. Bernard J. O'Connor as cumulated hy tho organization dur".Always and everywhere during the head house of the Xaverlan In the United States, a cient. Jailer, Charles Foster.,. In tho Tho committees In charge of the la obtained through affiliation with Chairman. Joseph C. Klrchdorfer is ing the last twenty-seve- n years for eighteen hundred years, so soon as g tho of Social Agencies, Council Chairman of District No. 3, which any needs the United States of these wings have drooped or were position for which ho Is fully quali- last few weeks many of the Brum- various 'booths and wheels are Charities, is south of Broadway and east of America may designate. The 900 broken, the standard of public and fied. Brother James is a most suc- leve supporters and candidates dewith each other In friendly Social Unit, Associated First street. Dr. Charles A. Edelen delegates in attendance were not private morality has been lowereU; cessful educator, and through his serted that camp because of the mud rivalry to achieve ths greater suc- Catholic Charities, Santa Maria InCollege slinging and especially when they cess. A- - substantial supper will bo stitute, Juvenile and Domestic Rela1b Chairman of the Fourth district. satisfied until Miss Kale Mahoney, narrow and calculating selfishness administration St. Xavier's There are an average of nine Cath- of Troy, N. Y., President of the has regained the upper hand; has reached the very highest stand saw that several of the Brumleve served from 5 to 7:30 o'clock, and tions' Courts, and numerous charolic parishes in each of the dis- association, had wired President cruelty and 'sensuality have dis- ard and Increased the attendance leaders were only intent on furnish- at night the, grounds will be Illumin- itable and philanthropic organizations. Furtheer Information may tricts. themselves; and society has until now there is an enrollment of ing the Herald with campaign ma- ated, making them tho brightest spot bo Wilson, putting him in touch with played had by addressing Rev. Petar After in the West End on Wednesday and Chairman Murphy and J. A. the fact that 1,350 branches of the become' a evil place. over 500 pupils. He left yesterday terial for the 'Republicans. and Fueglein visited Camp Taylor and organization, representing "Nothing but Christianity then for Baltimore, severing a connection the primary these Brumlevp leaders Thursday. A cordial Invitation Is E. Dletz, Director, Sixth and Dock every streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. selected the site for the local struc- State in the Union, were not only can preserve in society gentleness, With the college that had endured may be found in the Republican extended to everybody. years, ronoweo Dy camn. possibly working In the dark, ture and forwarded their recom- prepared to carry out any war work and kindness, humidity, honesty and for twenty-seve- n FRED RABOLD WINS. the, best wishes of the Catholic and but working against the Democratic mendations to Washington for ap- the Government might direct, but justice." HURT IN AUTO. proval. In order that society may live and general puuljc. ticket just ithe, same. As for the It is probable that several that he might also depend upon it R. Fred RaJbold, a popular young majority of the Brumleve supportsuch 'buildings "will be found neces that the projects assigned would be prosper two things are, needed, an Mrs. 'Matt O'Doherty, Mrs. W. W. Inheritance of inviolable truths and ers, men who were sincere In their Flnley and Miss Martha Dohorty sus- man of Bowling Green, was made sary on account of the large area financed without recourse to UNITED JRISH SOCIETIES. informed views, they should and will he wel- tained painful ibrulses Tuesday even- exceedingly happy when ef the cantonment. It Is estimated State aid. The conven- a superhuman principle of justice Gibof the ing when an electric Our Lord brought both d of the army tion also voted an appropriation of and love. The" United Irish Societies of comed in united support automobile, that His Eminence Cardinal Unithat about He en- Chicago "will have their forty-thir-d Democratic ticket. to be assembled here will be com- $100,000 to the Catholic Church Ex- these treasures to earth. by Miss Doherty, was. run bons, Chancellor of the Catholic driven In, addition to Messrs. Cronan and against a tree as she attempted to versity of America, had forwarded These tension Society. posed of Roman Catholics. The fund will be trusted them to his church, which annual demonstration nd picnic on buildings, when erected, "will be open raised toy Individual subscription has Ipfllnuslv siiardcd them and un August 15 at Brand's Park, when Foster with easy races, there are avoid a collision with another auto- him a Knights of Columbus graduceasingly offers' them to mankind;" enlistments for the Seventh Illinois Scott Bullitt for County Attorney mobile at Cherokee drive and ate scholarship in the Catholic Unifor the Use or all soldiers without among the members in twenty-seve- n but the world will have none of regiment will to urged. There will Charles Knight for State Senator Slaughter avenue. regard to their religious professions. States. Following the versity of Ameriea, located at Washthem apd desires a civilization that he a special booth, named "Camp and Russell Gaines for County Sur- accident the thrqe were assisted Into ington, D. O. These scholarships and will be in charge of a Secretary, owes nothing to a divine sourca Dan Morlarlty," in honor or me veyor, all of whom will make strong who" will be an alumus of the CathoBurllngame are obtained by the candidate, wbo the residence of CATHOLIC- CONGRESS. Hence the successive failures of all commander of the regiment. Presid material for tho ticket in Novem- on Cherokee drive, Paul a Bachelor of Arts, lic.1 University at Washington. where they were must be stringent competitive passing prewy ber. The County Judge race has such systems. Neither is the list ing over it will be a group or exama very Plans already have been comLewis T. O'Hern, C. S. P., of exhausted if men will persist in the Irish girls, who will pin a rose on narrowed down to Loraine Mix axd attended by Or. E. St Allen and then ination, which Rabold passed last Jtev. pleted for the erection of a com- New York, and Rev. Dr. William taken to their homes. The' electric April at the Knights of Columbus who enlists the future bination chapel and recreation hall Kerby, of the Catholic University, attempt to build of changing city on every man be devoted to Another Squire Wheeler, despite the frantic was demolished, but the machine recomfort efforts of suffragettes and others truths, booth will In each of the army camps. These are comrrieUn arrangements for a the shifting sand sponsible for the accident did not Home In LouisvlMe'; He intends to for the men. War atrength of study for a doctor ef science la halls will have a seating capacity of Cathblle Congress to be held in and on the barren soil of morality kits regiment necessitates more than who are not Democrats. Many of stop. egoism, ,, the probatole sev- Washington, where architecture. ,. ,, person. It the other contests are close and'the , hoped to from m. jx. It is uu- - 1,200 Wis, and the girls sad women eral' other buildings will be erected have the Bishops of the country, serves: "The democracy would ren- who are preparing for the picnic best posted critics refuse to try MACKIN COUNCIL. PIONid FRIZES. a winner In the Police Court by the Catholic organisation In each representative of the Catholic press. der its task much more intricate are working hard .to provide a kit u had a rousing Mackln Council Bailiff's race, the Countjv Commis oamp, including Camp Taylor. repre should It deliberately separate itself for every soldier.. and all the Catholic societies meeting Monday night and heard reCity Following? are lucky person or that sented, so that the Catholic attHude tfr'om the beliefs and traditions of fioimtv Judve Thomas Scully will sioner's contest tout the bestfor feel- ports from a number of committees who held tickets the of for the prisa BSD CROSS AID. prin- Auditor, None may be defined in regard to the (he pact. It will make Its project be Chairman of the day. The that were very satisfactory. The the recent picnic for St. governspesJcers wjll be the Very Rev. ing prevails in these contests and, oating On Wednesday' at Summers' awarded atchurch at Pewee Valley: various war activities and questions of popular Aloyslus as stated before, the entire Jtento- Hospital Unit D, Louis- thatoar constantly coming up. The ment all but edueatlon and proceed cipal When Impossible if it Francis X, McCahe, President of De cratlc primary would have been one Park was a decided success, tne at- Barrel of flour, ,MraT K. Balwey;! ville's first Red Cross contingent, Congress will be held at the Cath- violently to 'dissociate Itself trom Paul University, and Congressman, 'surprisingly large. ton of coal, John. 'Meran; barrel of get to France its members will find olic University of America, aad'wili the moral and religious ideas which Thomas Gallagher. Congressman of harmony but for 111 advised ef- tendance being ride ham, supply of equlV open on, Sunday, August IS, with, have been closely interwoven, in the Mdlll, ACcCormksJc was Invited to forts of some to literally fpiree a Following the next river work"- Jthe potatoes, Robert , Lattlper; waiting them afuU and unknown candi- oouuoii will ibesla earnest Dig ior B. W. Obermeler: pair or shoes, Bea meat made by the woman and chil- a solemn high mass. An invitation course, or ages, Aoove an, its con- speak, hut instead he will, send class Metcalfe; center table, William Initiation, when a of the dren Of Louisville. The thousands has been extended to 'Hight Rev. dition will become desperate when- greetings from Ireland, where he date down the throatsthat "the voters. the fal Brum will receive Ute uesreee. rreeioeni Mayer i essserolts Sugene JoCr- Thoma'JJ, Sbaasu, Rector of the ever It shall seek to' expel' Ood from expects to attend a celebration of It is firmly believed of articles needed are now being .never 1mv Bab Hubbuch has been giving Mac thy; statue' bf the Blessed Virgin,. ' the Military Relief Com- university, to act as Honorary Chair- tb new city as a tyrant or a weari Lady Day in Harvest on the soil leve ticket would materialised If it hadnt been for kin a most successful administration. Peter Holt man, Mrs. S. Thruston man, d n some pedagogue. ' where.it originated centuries ago. mittee, T ol placed on exhibition at the Mrs. Fourth street headquarters. Ballard has accepted an invitation to go to West Point, which is just oevr Difference Arises From Causes the Jefferson county line, and or"Which May All Forever ganize a Red Cross sewing unit there. The women of West Point Disappear. requested that the Louisville Chapter start them off in their work for the soldiers. Monday morning the funeral of Fred Caro, 974 doss avenue, was church, hold from i St. Elizabeth's death resulting frem infirmities In Wood Axton Preparing to Torcldent to advancedfage. He had long pedo the Rcpnhlichn Batbeen a resident of this city and surviving him are' several sons and tleship, y daughters. I , Rosary. i - . i ... Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m d, e, Eon-ln-la- Kir-wa- n, Hop-woo- d, ocSfl boyrw-O'h- ioueaTiTOTrfoOTrrtno-,iJBnrocrati(ranQ--jepuDnca- high-bro- w German-America- J Eisen-meng- er i ng rt re-op- en Axton-Maa- - XM ', v a self-devoti- con-eresatl- on vle-in- cut-thro- at one-thir- - 1 lveruj-wtrnmi- and-pic- . -- Haly-Beokha- m ' . ch i JUKf "a DO (JO 1 00 "jreyv 00 X- - - Ou' unc KBNTtJOKY August 6 Euchre and lotto at St. Patrick's school hall. PUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. August t Moonlight muslcale by to Mm Serial and Meral Mviwctwewwit ! Irtsfa AararksM as4 Ctftetbi Trinity Council on steamer Pilgrim, hrU4 August 8 and 9 Annual lawn ettalaUy Indorsed by Aaeteat Ofdar ot HHwjaUas, Ywe Ka's fete for St. Columba'a church, on of AaMffea. CafeeMc Half Insrttata ad and Marchurch lawn, Thirty-fift- h ket. AMKRICAN PHIHTrNQ CtJ KSNTUCKY IRI8H August 16 Annual reunion and SINOUi COPY yt picnic of St. Leo's church at BSCX!PTION PRIC8, OPW DOLLAR PX YBA Highland Thornsberry's Grove, fUtt . Park. BoUre at Hi tfTlWWJtillCT a Btmai-CU- tt Lawn fete for St. 1 August AMBMOAN.JBl Wert Ore. SI. kUnm i CmHtaittoM te tt KKTTUCtX Patrick's school building fund, on school grounds, Sixteenth and Market. 2 August Annual festival of CTRADES)jJrMCOUNCIL St. William's church, afternoon and Xj&ISET AMRXO.AJKr., BACK TO FORM:. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. Former Mayor Charles F. Grainger, who is summering at Babylon, L. I., now takes dally motor trips and is fast getting back to his old form after a serious Illness. "OUR MARY." Mary Anderson Navarro, formerly of Louisville and for years the leading actress on the American stage, fifty-eigh- JOSEPH NEVIN ! flBMBBBMBMnBKjn 1 w BACON & SONS rM"'1 HciiilT'lli'll INCORPORATED .'. PlMs '?.& Hl mJr Fl jFZ iBLLBa(M VB-flfcWk- We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. 20-2- last Saturday celebrated the anniversary of her birth. Since her marriage she has made her homo In England. th 21-2- LEXINGTON. Things to Give! The Soldier Boys, Trench Mirrors; mado of all steel Traveling Cases; odds and ends and put up in khaki cases; In assorted leathers; complete each fittings; now selling at less 25c than half price; $5.00 down Sew Ins; Sots; in khaki cases; to II evening. "iVILLB, KY SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1917 public spirit and generous Is HIT FKO.M ALU entitled to the Catholics of this city, those who everywhere. It Is highly desirable are not members of the Knights of that the work of aiding the soldiers Columbus as well as those affiliated in camp be unified as far as poswith that organization, have an op- sible In order to get the best reportunity to do their "bit" by con- sults. The Knights of Columbus tributing to the fund the Louisville through their nation-wid- e organizacouncil Is raising In the Interest of tion offer the best chance of unifyCatholic soldiers and their chaplains. ing Catholic effort and eliminating It is hoped that more than $10,000 waste. Let them be heartily sup- will be raised In Louisville- within, portea the next ten days. The request Is . so appealing In Its very nature that SPIItlT TO AVOID. It Is unnecessary to urge anyone to , This good country seems to have be gerjerous. unlimited riches, but let us pray KLIMLVATK IUCKKUING. that ?o much wealth may not .foster to note the per- a spirit of militarism. For a man It is not edifying bickerings In Washington who "was too'proud to fight" Presisonal which have been delaying the adop- dent Wilson has certainly whipped tion of any definite war programme. an army into good shape in a masIt seems that this Is a time for the terly way. In licking one count'ry elimination of the personal equation out of a grievous fault let us hope from our national affairs. There Is we do not adopt any part of Its pera strango in Washington vading officialdom that does not make for the welfare of the country in the orisis that Is now upon us. Congress Is fearful lest the President encroach upon of that some of the prerogatives branch of the Government, and tne auper-sensltlvene- ss of 'Catholics iOGIETTi Mrs. M. J. Bannon left Wednesday io- Lexington's quota of $1,500 in the campaign to raise funds for Catholic CANDIDATE FOR by soldiers was oversubscribed $1,000, and a check for $2,500 was COUNTY COMMISSIONER Bent to the Supreme Treasurer- by the Bluegrass Knights of Co1uidus Subject to the action of the Demo- on Monday night. cratlc party. Primary, Auugst 4, - TRINITY'S MOOXLITE. Neb 1917. spena several monuis ai oianey, Mrs. M.H. Burke has been spending a week visiting in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleeson have returned from a two weeks' trip to Detroit and the Lakes. Trinity Council. Y. M. I., will en- tertaln. their friends with a moon lite excursion next Tuesday evening on the steamer Pilgrim and have secured Mrs. Frank Fanelll and Joseph A. Hehemann for musical numbers. Dancing will be a feature and the Committee of Arrangements promise a pleasant evening to their guests 1 LL i L'jTSH WIXS II A BY PRIZE. Nellie Ly Misses Marcella and fileagher have been x'isitors at Atand Mrs. Joseph T. Hanrahan lantic City this pasl week. had just cause for elation Monday their Mrs. W. G. Fitzgerald spent the evening, when Louise, pretty baby past week In Hardlnsburg, visiting daughter, Marythe baby was awarded prize In show at the first Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berry. Hibernian reunion at Phoenix Hill were many other pretty Park. There will leave entries, Mrs. Walter Glover and It Is pleasing to know Miss that soon to join her daughter, all cheerfully acquiesced In the Marie Glover, In New York. decision of the Judges. The picture re- of Mary Louise will appear In next Mrs. J. T. Fitzgerald has turned from a visit to friends in week's issue. Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio. CHAXGES AMOXG ?HbbhHP''liI rIHHRi9)iKH 'ffinrahy Durham Duplex Safety Razors; with French Ivory handles and put up In morocco cases; 6 blades and stropping attachment included; each $1.00 Wilting Pads; covered with khaki cloth; each, 81.00 Gem DainasUenc Safety Razors; and .... complete; priced at 50c $1.00 Adjustable Traveling Cases; cov Griffin Hollow Ground Steel ered with khaki; each Damascus brand; a $1.50 $1.00 quality for $1.00 Aluminum Drinking Cups: in leather cases; single and In Ittizor Strops; each $1.00, 50c sets of two and three; each, and 25c 50c and 25c' .Colgate's or Williams' Shaving Durham Duplex Demonstrators; Soaps; per cake 5c regular lino 35c quality Colgnte's or Williams' Shaving for 10c Stick; each 23c Picture Frames; single or double and put up in khaki cases; each, 50c aud JiOc Raz-ors; each 50c ,.50c i I J m j 2 CANDIDATE FOR sinister spirit. AMONG SISTERS. TIIK MISSIXG. ed fr I i)i Ifc. h' K at As Luke MeLuke say, would "What has become of the A. P. A. and Guardian of Candidate For Democratic Nomination Liberty who used to take possession of the American flag and rant about President resents any attempt by fighting for our glorious Institu- Congress to supervise any war ac- - tlons?" He Is off In a corner This is a good time to drop ng that his draft numbor won't personal jealousies ana to uo some Come out. real work for the country. Work Get the primary over with, gentle-mieIs sorely needed, and the welfare of and get started on the job of the country should ibe placed above tor making the history of the November personal preferences. election the pleasantest "reading of COUNTY ASSESSOR Misses Angela and Mary Flynn COXTKAST. all for citizens and taxpayers Following an Illness of four weeks of have been spending a week In Subject to the Action of the Demovisiting Mr. and Mrs. John from a complication of ailments, Ladles' Benevolent Louisville and Kentucky. The Catholic cratic Party. Primary Saturday, Mrs. Katherlne Cahill, widow of M. Casey. August 4, 1917. Association have tendered President James Cahill, died at the home of The right way Is the only way In Wilson the $2,500,000 reserve fund any venture you may make in life. Miss Anastasia Welch has been her daughter, Mrs. Daniel Shea, 414 Illinois avenue, they have accumulated. The Knights Then if all other consolations fail visiting in Taylorsville, the guest Mrs. Cahill was Wednesday morning. a native of Ireland of Columbus are raising $1,000,000 you, you will be sustained by your of Mrs. Richard Greenwell and Miss but 'for many years had made her Anna Welch. home in Jeffersonvllle. Besides Mrs. for the "war camp fund. The Ancient own knowledge of meaning well. Albert L Straus, M. J. Gathof and Shea there are two other daughters, Order of Hibernians will raise INCORPORATED. Tony Roselle among the Mrs. John P. Dolan, of Terre Haute, were $1,000,000 for the benefit of deTil It KB SKKS VACANT. Loulsvilllans registered In Now York and 'Miss Katherlne cahill, of JefferNINTH AND KENTUCKY. pendents of members who go to the sonvllle. The 'funeral was conductthe past week. Three important sees are now Home City 405 Cumb. Sonth 415 ed from St. Augustine's church in front to uphold our flag. The Cathin tho United States. They are olic Order of Foresters have pur- Mew urieans, Los Angeles and Trsn LAIisses Margaret Hogan and Mary Jeffersonvlllo Friday morning. V uuiiL-i- i were uiu Hostesses ai a chased $100,000 United States lib- ton, swimming party at the Athletic Club PASTOR LEAVES. erty bonfls. What have the Knights pool Tuesday night. KKAST OK TIIK ASSUMPTION. of Luther done? What the Guardians Thursday night tho people of St. Where the homo la Where work Is quickly Misses Lucille and What the Junior of Liberty? August 15, the feast of the As- Sweeney, of New Albany, Katherlne Joseph's congregation assembled in brightest; done; have re- full strength atSt. Joseph's Hall to whe"re .money talks! sumption of the Dlessed Virgin Mary Order? Here's turned from a visit to Mrs. Philip bid farewell to their beloved pasWhere the work Where cooking aeoma Put up or shut up about your into heaven, is a holy day of obliga- Arnold at Cannelton, Ind. lightest; tor, Rev. Father Alexander Wllber-dlnfun; tion. It is the paternal feast of the patriotism. O. F. M., who has been transdiocese of Louisville. August 14, Where the meal Where baking gives deFOR CANDIDATE Dr. R. E. Sullivan has returned ferred to St. Stephen's church at the eve of the feast of the Assumpcooked best; light; from Huber's Station, where ho Hamilton, Ohio. his pas- GOOD CITIZKXS. tion, is a fast day. spent a vacation iln rest and recrea torato St. Joseph's During has made Where tho range standi Where drudge Is out of church the test tion on his brother's farm. sight marked progress and the people Subject to United States Marshal McCarthy, PLEADS VOJX IRELAND. the Action of the DemoThat's where the That's where were loath to part with Father the of New York, speaking of his duties Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Drlscoll and Wllberdlng, who Is a mo3t successful cratic Party. Primary Saturday, "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comoa A plea for Irish are home from spiritual leader, as was attested by little daughters In rounding up enemy aliens, says: August 4, 1917. la. In. was made In the House on Monday Owensboro, Appointed Auditor by Mayor "Citizens of the United States of by Representative McLaughlin, of with Mr. andafter a pleasant visit the many tokens bestowed upon him. Mrs. W. S. Hazel. Quick Meal Gaa Itanes Sold, Installed and Highly ReoommondeJ Father Dlomede Pohlkamp, O. F. M., Buschemeyer April, 1917. juerman blood have been bending Pennsylvania, whp has a resolution In balloting pending for recognition of tho Irish The many friends of Mrs. James who has been rector at Sacred Heart opposite No. 3. for Auditor stamp their offorts to insure church, Peoria, III., arrived here this Independence , 215 conduct on the part of enemy aliens, nation. benefit of both would inure Burns, of 9S3 Seventh street, will week to take his place as pastor. to tho Ireland and be glad to learn that she Is recoverNotice "i" In spelling Allin. W MARKET ST. Government will continue to England, he declared, releasing a ing rapidly from her recent Illness. and the look to them for aid in seeing that large number of British troops for MOURN HIS DEATH. August Primary 1017 1017 Misses Norlne Riley and Margaret enemy aliens do not violate the war service. t, John B. Staik, Jr., aged Hogan will leave tomorrow on a law. We are not Inquiring among FOOD CONTROL BILL. one of the best known resvisit to Floyd Knobs, where they butchers, bakers, bartenders, delicawill be, the guests of Miss Susie idents In the East End and a sucThe Hift Amusement Cntor After long delay and needless tessen shop owners, trolley car concessful grocer, died Tuesday afterwrangling tho Administration food Tuc noon at his home, 2020 Bonnycastle ductors, motormen and laborers for control bill was reported our of conIn making my announcement High Vaudeville seven Airs. John J. Kennedy and little avenue, after an Illness of wrongdoing. Most of these men who ference Wednesday afternoon. This as candidate for the Democratic aughter. Miss Jane, have returned months, borne with resignation and Dancing are of German birth left Germany measure has (been 'before Congreay from Springfield, where they were fortitude. Years ago Mr. Stark, nomination for Representative legislative because of the oppression and lack tor two months and its enactment Is guests of Mrs. Konnedy'p aunt, Mrs. foreseeing tho growth of the city, from the Forty-fourt- h Paulsen's Military Band looked for next week. The bill has Walter Leachman. purchased considerable land in the of opportunity they suffered there. been stripped of the features district I wish to call attention opNew Restaurant vicinity of his home on Bonnycastle to the fact that in 1915 my .vote They regarded this country as a posed by President Wilson, but the Judge John M. Qulnn, who under- avenue, and, death owned com- Kiddyland bring the people re- went an operation Monday at St. practically tho at his block on which in that district, which is Other Attractions haven, just as the men of other relief It will whole Anthony's Hospital, is progressing he resided. Left to mourn his death posed of city and county preEuropean nations have turned to mains problematical. favorably and will soon return to are his wife, Mrs. Anna Imorde cincts, was larger than that of America as the land of freedom. The IRELAND PROSPEROUS. his home at Hazard. Stark; a mother, three sisters, a Gov. Stanley's. My defeat in tho Gorman who needs watching is the brother and eleven children Edith, general election by 129 votes was The Provost of Trinity College. Miss Charlotte Hogan, of Colum Stella, Nellie, Florence, Clara, Rayone who has come here representing Dr. Mahaffy, says Ireland was never bus, Ohio, daughter of accomplished by the importation German commercial interests, who so rich. The farmers never reaped General Timothy S. Hogan, Is visit- mond, John H., Charles, Louis, Robof many negro repeaters. FOR making thin his so large a harvest of gold, nor have ing Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hogan at ert and Frederick Stark. He was a has no thought of devout and regular communicant at JOHN DRESOHER. home, but who intends later to re- mechanics Before received such high their home on Christy avenue. St. James church, where the funerdl wages. Food prices have Increased, turn to the Fatherland. OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Walter Higgins, who has been services were held Friday morning. but incomes have doubled or even AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 J917 family is extended To trebled. Meat Is from four to eight here tot two weeks on a business the the bereaved many friends. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. sympathy of ACCIDENT AND NOT ALLIANCE. cents a pound cheaper than In Lon- trip and visit to his parents, Mr. don, and bread, milk, vegetables and and Mrs. William IM. Higgins, left MEETS TDJS MONTH. Some of the Anglomaniac news- eggs are also sold at lower prices. Tuesday night for Mobile, Ala., where he is making his home. papers have started on a new track Association Tho Catholic Press WITH THE ARMY. that arouses the Catholic Register. InMrs. Matthew Connelly, who was will meet In Washington, D. C,part Americans They wish to charge all Kansas City, stead . Dr. W. J. McCrann, Jr., of In a serious condition at St. An- of thisofmonth. There the later an was never who criticize the English Govern- Omaha, who Is well known and has thony's Hospital, lias been removed formed ment .in any way with being un- many relatives In Louisville, has re- to her home, 1414 Story avenue, organizationuseful andthat so happily CANDIDATE FOR unites tho the delightful where patriotic. This Is merely another ceived a commission as First Lieu- great she is doing nicely, to the as the Press Association. Of course relief of her numerous friends. the useful Is to the fore, as the as way for England to evade her duty tenant In the army medical corps. Fifth The young Burgeon is a son of Dr. toward Ireland, etc. If patriotism W. J. McCrann, formerly .of this Miss Edith Callahan, who accom- sociatlon has had a beneficent Influ scope and ence In demanids that wo shut our eyes to city and prominent in all Irish af- panied her father. Col. P. H. Calla- Improvingextending the every paper CITY tho power of "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" justice, we prefer to be traitors. fairs. was a han, to Washington, has returned that comes under its sway. Lieut. McCrann Crelghton University student in the and Is visiting Miss Llla Howell durHowever, the American public looks ing absence of Mrs. Callahan, and FUNERAL CARDINAL RECOVERS. FLOWERS upon these things Just a little dif- science department training later re- who the spending some time at Mt. is ceived his medical at the Subject to Action of the Demoferently than the subsidized Now University of Louisville. Clemens. Cardinal Bourne, of Westminster, cratic Party. A Special Spray $3.00 York press. It is not an alliance England, whose serious Illness was Miss Henrietta Bannon has been reported, has completely recovered REACH TILE LIMIT. CANDIDATE FOR but an accident that puts us on the education t&at win A Special Wreath $5.00 It your boy Charles E. Hughes and Colin H. entertaining a happy house party, In and Is able to perform his usual sldo of England. Our national ideals prepare Uusi for life. CITY TREASURER Livingston began a suit in equity whose honor there were a number of duties. are entirely different. Tuesday in the Supreme Court of delightful social functions. Among Subject to Action of Democratic Party. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Primary August 4, 1917. Now York to restrain the organiza her guests were Misses- Rude Miller,n CONDITION D?ROVED. Margaret Robortson, Margaret Hay-doDESERVE HEARTY SUPPORT. tion known as the United States Boy 112 W. Broadway, I.omlrrlU, Xy. of and Allehalre Spalding, Hon. Maurice Scouts from using in its name the United SUMMER RESORT. anaauriii ku Elizabeth Simpson, of States Minister to F. Egan, who has Conducted by the XaverUa Brother. Denmark, The efforts of the Knights of words "boy scout, boy scouts, scout, Springfield; Margaret Beasley 1 HCMTE& flflO and been seriously ill in Copenhagen Buslnasa Scleatlflo and social centers scouts or scouting or any adaption Fairfield; best of summer resorts about Classical.Preparatory Deportment, Laxse The Columbus to establish tourthrvmuelouirvlie with abscess of tho kidneys, Is aysBBa-liuIs Fontaine Ferry Park. Courses. thereof." An order prohibiting the Marie Bannon. Louisville Swlmmlnr Pool, Weil Bquipped for the Catholic soldiers at the vari- Unitod States Boy Scouts from using decidedly better. Tares Modwrata. Br. JawcM. Dtr. We telegraph Flowers Everywhere Fontaine Ferry has every attraction WAS MESSENGER BOl. ous training camps are worthy of the same uniform as the Boy Scouts a water resort, where its of VERY ACTIVE BOOT. of shade, high banks and river all praise, and should receive the of 'America also is sought. But the T. J. Foley, tho now Vice Presi breezes are delightful. For the enenthusiastic support of tho whole limit Is reached when an accounting dent of tho Illinois Central Railroad Byrne, tertainment of Its patrons there Is The Right Rev. Thomas The experience Is demanded of "all moneys and Company, started In tho railroad Bishop of Nashville, Tenn., S. Catholic public. was seve- high class vaudeville in the theater. INCORPORATED other property which have been re- business as a messenger boy when nty-six gained by the K. of C. organization ceived by the defendant, but which years and on pool, free he was eleven years old. Beginning Wednesday theold Saturday, John J. the sanitary swimming the dancing open air band concerts, Right Rev. boundary in a were intended for the plaintiff." with, the Pennsylvania road thirty- on the Mexican Ciean Grocery Stores. ran. similar work will undoubtedly prove This would indicate that there is nine years ago, he later went with Nllan, Bishop of Hartford, Conn., uavllion, Kiddyland for the ChildThe "The Best For Less d milestone. and numerous other attractions. Hoy Scout move In 1910 he passed his ot great value in' providing for the some graft in thethought to be uni tho Union Pacific, andCentral. His Both' are active and vigorous and trolley ride and an afternoon or NORTON BUILDING ment, which was to the Orders for Jl or more delivered N. W. larger needs ot tho present. The1 versal and for the benefit ,of our came and work Illinoisa fine example good for many more years ot service evening spent there is a real pleas seta Ctrner Fturlh md life it nr vat of tbe eity. ure. to their people. Boeitfiy la to be congratulated on Its youth for young railroaders to emulate. . ar e, j pray-tivit- y. . n, Miss Morrill Hawkins arrived in The changes that are looked for Cannelton, Ind., last week to be the among the Mother Superiors and guest of Miss Martha Clemens, heads of houses of the Sisters of Miss Corimne Mazzonl is again at Charity of Nazareth will soon be Subject to the action of the Demohome after a two months' visit at announced. According to the rule cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, In force a Superior is appointed for Cincinnati and Fort Wayne, Ind. 1917. years with privilege of reapthree Miss Agnis Sheehan has returned pointment. This rule will affect four from a visit to her grandmother, In this city who have completed If You Want in Fair and Honeat Mrs. Mary J. Price, at New Haven. their six-yeterm Sister Berna-dlnAh icumenl of Your Properly Superior of Presentation Miss Mary O'Docmell, 309 West Academy; Sister Huberta, head of Main street, New Albany, left Mon- Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital; day for Cincinnati to visit friends. Sister Constance, in charge of St. Helen's, and Sister Mary Martha, Casper, who has been at St. Thomas' OrDr. and Mrs. Mlscha Broadway, had as a visitor this week phans' Home for the double term. Mrs. August Heck, of Cannelton, , Ind. JEFFERSOXV1LLE -- EDW. EARLY VOTE FOR Frank J. Schuster CLERK OF POLICE COURT ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. High in Heat. Low in Ash. Shel-byvlll- e, Phil T. Ailin S6ANL0N 60flL COMPANY Where the QuicR Meal Comeslh JiRrT-irrjcart ya-ca- nt g, CITY AUDITOR law-abidi- GEHER & SON, forty-eigh- ANNOUNCEMENT FONTAINE FERRY Class WM. T. McNALLY GERMAN BANK SHERIFF ANDREW M. SEA 1 " I1II u and Market Sts. H Mpb a. abun-danc- 'QUAKER MAID' FRED ERHART ARCHITECT VI sixty-secon- Jttftmi J!I zn&j&rrxjcjBrxr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS M. B. KENDRICK Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are 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 for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. First and iBiisH DIVISION 3. third- 1818-182- -- ajmtejrio-ajw- HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Fridays, Hibernian Portland. President John M, Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mar- Home, 0 JOS. A. LUDWIG m The Last Dollar That you spent for something DBAD A. jn: I JSX A. Iy s tin, Financial Brodorlck. Treasurer- Secretary John J. LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phone City 721 Cut-O- ff Sergeant-at-Arm- s Daniel J. Dougherty. Thomas Noono. ya did not NEED would have Urted a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interMt COMPOUNDED twica a year; There MAY COMK a time when yor "LAST DOLLAR" $ mmt be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the Mf tj dollars yon are wasting might keep that "bard tim" frem ever coming. J 1 I Sentinel PRACTICING LAWYER FOR TWENTY.FIYE YEARS Pat Begley. Cumberland Main 721 PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOOIATXOH " SOUTHERN STAR" Incorporated. n citizen was organized by SLICED BACON to makj -- AM Your Gnddle In the LOANS Kdjr for Morning" on furniture and other personal property at BAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE! LOWEST BATES. Culeman Bldff., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Inoorporattd.) Both Phones, 2 886. well-know- Bortrdnd Hall. Sixth street. COUNTY COMMISSIONER President Thomas Lynch. 3VrA.QXSTRA.TJ3; If nominated and elected I promise to Vice President John J. Barry. devote my Fifth Material District First. Seeond. TWrd Wardt Financial Secretary Thomas J. and furthertime to the duties of the office the interests of the people. Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. Langan, 734 West Oak. Primary August 4, 1917. to Action of Democratic Recording Secretary William P. Subject Primary Augrust 4, 1917. Party. CANDIDATE DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Ky. Title Savings Bank CANDIDATE FOR FOR and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. OWEN R. MANN McDonogh. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. 1 Dig-na- n. 1 Sentinel J. McDermott. S. SHILOH MOLLIS X m 11 ! 8 Hfr h 11111 1 M. J. BAHNON, h n n i mnt?t 11 11 Fres.&Ugr. P. BANKON. JR., Vict Pre. & Tria. T. H. MER1MEE. SucreUry. X SNEDDON BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Homo COMPANY REPAIR Hancock and Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louisville Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phone City 6007 ENGRAVERS ENGRAVING COMI'A-ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPER8 Louisville, Ry 4M W. Mala St., Homo Phone City ES74 veSTLICH N Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS tot ttoorzHO, auTTEBnio, BPOurnra Tin Roofs Reimircd and Pointed ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Society .has on file for candlesticks from missionary priests. Many of these priests are now using bottles to hold the mass candles. The Extension Society Is trying to supply them with a more fitting adornment for the altar of God and for that reason we wish to enlist your cooperation. A set can be secured by the Extension Society and sent to a needy mission for a donation of $15. Donations may be sent to the Catholic Church Extension Society, whose offices aro located at 750 McCormlck building, Chicago, 111. TOAST FOR TO R T Sewer aVAkV ft BANNON iUUUUg) t'lHC PIPE CO. and Culvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam CoadalU, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, THrifeei BricK, lilUlUf CUD IIIIVU Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney es. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY WORKS 'H Mil Weit Broadway, fcogUvUl. Ky. I Funeral Here's to the Red of It There's not a thread of It, CITY TAX RECEIVER Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street No, nor a shred of it FARM PROPERTY. Subject to the action of the DemoIn all the spread of it Wall Paper and Window Shades CITY AND cratic parly. Primary, Auugst 4, From foot to head. Seo us about anything In real 1917. Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. But heroes bled for It, and Window Shades Made to Order. Faced steel and lead for it, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Precious blood bled for It, XATIVISM APPARENT. Homo Phone City 2517. Homo Phone City 4464. Bathing it Red. of Vthe Bombay A recent Issue T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Examiner contains an item which Here's to the White of it For Thrilled hy the Bight of It, throws considerable light on a INCORPORATED Who knows the right of it, tendency which, though quite apOur Work Guaranteed O. K. But feels the might of It parent, has 'been generally overW. O. RUSSELL & SONS Through day and night, looked. Speaking of the continued 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. PRINTERS Womansood's care for it agitation on the part of certain ele1507 West Market Street Made manhod dare for it; ments in India against Jesuits and Both Phones 4202 Purity's prayer for it Phone City 666D missionaries of foreign descent, parKeop it so White. ticularly against those of German CHAS. ANSON WM. AUGUSTUS nationality, a writer in one of the Successor to C. Molter Bombay papers Is quoted as giving Here's to the Blue of It Heavenly view of it, Contractor of Excavating, All some interesting data on the BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Star spangled hue' of it, of the Catholic clergy In ConSpecial Attention Given Plcnic3 and Kinds of Honesty's due of it, India. The hierarchy, according to Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets Constant and true. crete and Wrecking. this writer, consisted at the out319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Here's to the whole of It, break of the war of nine ArchPhone City 4803 320 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 20J0 bishops and seventeen Bishops. Of Stars, stripes and pole of It, Here's to the soul of it these two Archbishops were German Red, White and Blue. and two Bishops of the same race John J. Daly. There were approximately 2,400 FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS priests ministering to the vast population of this great colony. FRIENDS ARE INVITED. COFFEE About half of these are natives, 2G0 GOOD MULLOY'S On Sunday, August. 5, St. An were European priests, of whom sixty were Gorman. In all of India thony's Court, Catholic Order of Has been the favorite kind. The quality is nr the best and our prices are the fairest. Try there were only sixty British-hor- n Foresters, will give its annual outlbs our New Blend, 2 priests. ing at Spring Bank Park the The agitation connected herewith members of the codrt and for their Special Aato Delivery SCrvicsj. is of interest in this that it indicates friends. proAmusement will be the quite prevalent idea that the vided for all and excellent meals nationality of the priests should served. This entertainment is given coincide with the nationality 01 tne to provide 212 W. Market St. government of.the country. That bers at costrecreation for the mem Both Phones 1323 and expenses are kept ESTABLISHED 1885. this idea, if it were to gain ac- at a minimum. Members of all ceptance, would work great harm local courts and their frlendo are seriously impair both the also Invited. and catholicity of the church'3 organiza tion and the efficacy of her mis FEDERATION CONVENTION. sionary work is evident. We need but concretely apply this The convention of the American strango notion to our own country Federation of Catholic Societies will to realize very clearly what a state of affairs would obtain were this be held In Kansas City, August 26, foolish nativism to gain headway. 27, 88 and 29. The convention will AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Our own country is a vast con- be opened on Sunday, August 26, glomerate of almost all of the na- at 10 o'clock with Pontifical high tions in the world, to which each mass, the Most Rev. John Bonzano, Apostolic officiatnation and race with few excep- D. D.,The sermon Delegate, preached will be contributed effective and ing. the Most Rev. Edward J. Hanna, tions has zealous workers for this vast vine- by Archbishop of San yard of the faith. 'Were we to in- mass meeting will be Francisco. A BOTH PHONES 810. held Sunday stitute anything like a evening, August 26. Americanism test, Rev. Father Gordon, the sole Intian priest of the SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. CENTRAL A'EREIN. States, would be sole survivor. It behooves us to keep our heads d general convenThe and not to let a foolishly and Federawrongly understood patriotism get tion of the German Catholic ho held tion North America will the better of our common sense, nor in St.of Louis from August 10 to 23. make us lose sight of the higher call for Interests of our faith and Its proper The tho Greatthe annual convention of Central has C. B. of C. V. evangelization. been issued to all the affiliated societies and the reverend clergy. SoDESIGN OP PRIEST. cial charitable work in connection MARKET STREET, 1227 WEST with the war problem will Every battleship carries flags of of tho principal subjects of be one all nations, signal flags and pennants of officials, making a total Of all these up in throe figures. CHILD LABOR. but ono is permitted to fly abovo the United Statees flag. That one Tho Federal child labor law, Is the white pennant with tho blue cross raised above the Stars and which goes Into effect September 1, Home City 2008 Z Cumb. Mala 290S-- a Stripes during religious services on places tho 'following restrictions on establishments whose products ,$$ board ship. Eacn Sunday morning, thoseshipped frM"M"H"M"H"t comin inter-Stawhen conditions permit, tho church are flag flies at the stern for an hour. merce: VtWfrVWfeV'WVWiVVVVVtVtVVVVVVWl, "No child under sixteen can Attendance at service is not compulsory, but activities on board are legally be employed in any; mine or CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOME PHONE 88 child under limited during this hour to neces- quarry Qt any time; no employed at sary duties. The legal number of fourteen can legally be navy chaplains is one to every any time and no child under six1,250 enlisted men in the Navy teen more than eight hours in any and Marine Corps. Chaplains .have workday, more than six days in any week, or before 6 a. m. or after 7 the rank of Lieutenant, Commander p. m. in any mill, cannery, workor Captain. The chaplain's flag was designed by Father George J. War- shop, factory or manufacturing esing, chaplain of the Eleventh Cav- tablishment." Tho law alms at remedying ecoalry, at the cavalry camp of instruc tion held four years ago at win nomic conditions that are dNtjous AJCaLin. Chester. Va. It fliess over the chap to real national development. No Iain's tent to distinguish it so that foreign foe can harm a country more unpatriotic it may be easily round in the tented surely than the exploitation citizen of the the big engaged in tho cities which constitute child. camps. fEICaluberlaad, West 11 Home Phone Shawnee 484 TINKER'S TEAM ID3RE. YOUR FULTj duty. JOS. SgIER THE FLAG. CANDIDATE FOR CUMB. MAIN 507. Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. X 13th cad Brcck. and 573-1786. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. ii H i) M H'H"frH'M Subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, 1917. COUNTY CLERK HELP THIS FUND. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. We Print It Less 508-61- , The fund for the erection at the Catholic University at Washington of a beautiful church, to be known as the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, has reached $75,000. Contributions are desired from all Catholics able and willing to honor the Mother of Christ In this way at tho national capital. UNITY AMONG IRISH. To every Irishman, whatever his party affiliations may be, says tho Sacred Heart Review, we recommend the following words which tl0 late Bishop McFaul spoke to a convention of the Hibernians held in Trenton, N. J., in 1898. This great churchman's plea was for unity among the members of the A. O. H., our plea is for unity among all Irishmen at homo and abroad. Here aro Blshoo McFaul's words: "Union among Irishmen enabled our forefathers to stand shoulder to shoulder with other nationalities while they laid deeply and firmly the foundation of free Institutions In this fair land. f Let these deliberations be conducted in the spirit of your great fundamental principles, 'friendship, unity and Christian charity.' Let all personal ambition, old jealousies and contentions be cast aside, and this will he the greatest convention known in the history of your organization and productive of the most important results to the Irish race throughout the world." PROHIBITION A FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. HOl-0.- 1 ttAST BROAD WAT. year-olBank, to whtck you can Starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative. Sixty-on- e add $1.00 or more nt any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,00. The same courteous attention given the depositor d GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Biz Clsk State Government Sopervisin Second and Market per-sone- lle BOYS! BOY s We want a live boy in each parish in Louisville, Lexington, Frankfsrt, Jefferson ville, New Albany, Owensboro, Henderson, Paducah, Bowling Green in all the towns in Kentucky to solicit subscriptions and handle the IHl i-- a yjC JOHN M. MULLOY l ara S GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director CM FAILURE. KCNTICKY and Embalmer! ed sixty-secon- DOUGHERTY & McELUOXT Funeral Directors n In line with Cardinal Gibbons' statement that prohibition is a failin ure is the present situation years ago Maine. Just sixty-on- e this month (July, 1851) prohibition was established in Maine and all liquor seized and condemned, while the dealers were fined. The liquors were spilled into the sewers while great crowds looked on, and though physicians suggested that some of the superior quality be saved for medicinal uses the Sheriff refused and all was destro.ed. Such was the confidence of tho prohibitionists then that an article appearrd in the Bangor Daily Whig and Courier offering the watch house (police station) and the county jail for sale, intimating that those structures imsm AMERICAN IN HIS PARISH EVERY WEEK. mi and Embaimers would be of no further use. Prohibition has seen many ups and downs since 1851, the Jail in Bangor being BOTH ixxoiri3;s. ilimimHUH'1 to J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. sixteen times larger than then, the police station much larger and both being crowded. No liquor, good or bad, is being spilled and the little seized by the State from time to time is sold to the rectifiers for the alcohol it contains. One thing that can be said for the Maine prohibitionists then is that they were sincere in their opinions and were not playing politics with prohibition as a football under the guise of Forward Leaguers. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Delicate suede gauntlets are the correct thing in gloves. Departure from white to checked fabrics is the newest note.. The correct length of skirts is at present from seven to' eight inches above the ground. Garden hats with flower chaplets keep the black velvet one from starting its season. The Jerkin of Robin Hood's day has become a more fashionable garment than the sweater. Autumn and winter fashion exhibitions will not take place until the middle of next month. American women, not waiting for the professional designers, will sensibly exploit original costumes. The newest note in dressing is the modernized Watteau skirts. They will develop during August. Separate collar and cuff sets of domestic angora to sew on the sweater are decidedly soft and pretty. The latest individuality brought out Is the waistcoat of checked silk or cotton with a round yoke collar of Itself, the cravat finished In a sailor's loop with two ends. We have grown used to velvet bathing suits and satin nightgowns. But here is something lingerie. The voile novel voile used for these dainty garments Is sheer and patterned in stripes and v Hustling boys can build up a good trade by selling this paper and getting subscriptions from their friends. Applicants must be recommended by their pastor or teacher. Address or apply at Kentucky Irish American office, 319 West Green street, Louisville, Ky. 5 "1 fimHmimtttwt)tiiaj RATTERMAN SCANNELL Z Cfcanl Street. Eo.t jVVVfcVVVVVV SS22 Independent Funeral Directors and Embaimers ,in1 t)Mf WE WANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Style. and in First-Clas-s U R 4 vr Q Frta (oratress. New Location H.B0SSES0N JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. PhfiS$bawne 1343. Casabedand "Wort 1107a. Every normal parent wishes his chlldrin to make their mark in life. INCORPORATE). He hope3 that they will never be compelled to (become "hewers of wood or drawers of water" to earn a livelihood. He would like to have their path somewhat smoother than that of the average hreadwinner. credit for his WpcT RoriAnWAY Z And ho deserves good intentions,good .,.- -are intentions; but tmw vain, unless they foe given effectual acdetermination by tion. Let him provide ;ood, solid education for his children; and he may rest satisfied that he has dono his full duty by them, and that they will be qualified to acquit themy selves creditably in the Funeral Directors world. ; ... and Embaimers. bio srexzse avsdicum TdapfeeM 1MB. Tinker and his Columbus club will play the Colonels today and tomorrow, and as tho Louisville club has had a hard time with this team all season, hot contests are looked for. These would have toeen the closing games of the original schodule, and the prediction made In these columns of the Indianapolis team winning the pennant would have been verified. At that the Hoosiern have the best chance to win it in the long run, but the ifans are hoping for the Louisville club to strike a winning gait at home and close the distance between the two. With BrieX back Clymer's aggregation In the line-u- p should do better against clubs like Toledo, St. Paul and Columbus, which three have been responsible MISSION NEEDS GROWING. for our Diggest losses thus far. There are 331 little mission chap- Owner Wathen is determined to give els in which' can be found no can- us another pennant if possible, and dlesticks. Of course there may ba, It is up to the fans to turn out In more, hut 331 la the actual number large numbers andglve hkn and the ' checks. that the Catbolle Church Extension players hearty support. ed Manager Joo i t PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Head, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc , Dance and Wedding InvftatMas a Specialty. iHOHE PHOWE 3i work-a-da- 946. -- rvju KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3& waai 3&twmi KT. MM MMf o wj' , u to V jlce'txjoky yr iRiisxi ambioajn:. ae$938e8e&888B889B888883 m 1917 August Primary 191T HERMAN STRAUS MARKET STREET ruumn Avenue wcaP3&reo MHHMRMMMiWI We Qive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. SONS CHAS. H. KNIGHT Candidate For Ko-Elcctl- on STATE SENATOR Thirty-Sixt- h 15,000 Yards White and Colored Waist Senatorial District Subject to Action oi Democratic Party. and Dress Materials on Sale 60c Fancy White Voiles 20c Extra special purchase of about 200 pieces of extra flira grades of Whlto Voiles and Organdies, with woven checks and stripes; also somo with silk stripes; theso aro all regular 50c materials; 20c while they last, your choice, per yard 50c White Piquo 35c 20 pieces only on an extra heavy and soft finish Wihite Pique Skirting; theso aro 36 inches wide; this Pique is well worth 50c a yard; while they 35c last, per yard 25c Underwear Crepe i5c Whlto Underwear Crepe; of soft French finish grade; 30 inches wide in plain and stripe styles; the regular price is 25c a yard; Monday special, 15c per yard 25c Whlto English Repp 18c Whlto Repp Suiting; this Is a splendid weight forladies' skirts; also for children's suits and dresses; this is a 3 inch width and our regular 18c 25c number; Monday, special, per yard Sport Fabrics 25c 40c Novelty Special purchase of 150 pieces of novelty sport material; these are stripe combination designs, and a full range of the season's newest colorings; there are values in this special lot up to 49o a 25c yard; while they last, per yard 75c Sport Gaberdines 30c Special purchase of ono lot about 40 pieces of Burton Bros, flno English Gabardines dn a beautiful range of now sport styles and colorings; there are stripes and figured designs; if bought in the regular way, this material would sell at 75c a 30c yard; while they last, yard G -- READ THIS! money. 0 jHEBBEIEEBSttSMEEEBmBHfcJEEYM tift WA QjsyLEt JriltHKAKS' a !B8VEEEEEvE'-EEEEEEElEBflrLEETrlT- iTS Vs$ a A. SCOTT BULLITT CANDIDATE FOR 30c Whlto Organdies 10c Whlto 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 lOc 30c Gabardine Skirting 25c Gaberdine Skirting In a plain and woven design; theso are 36 inches wide and aro regular 39c gabardines; Monday, special, per yard ..25c 50c Novelty Dress Voiles 27c This is an extra special buy of about 200 pieces of extra fine Whlto Voile, with fancy colored woven stripe and check; all of the colorings are yarn dyed; these materials aro all new and desirable styles; they are 36 inches wide and values up to 50c; whllo 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 6tripo designs, in a beautiful range of colorings to select from; there are values up to 25o in tho lot; while they last, per yard ....15c 17 J$c Dress Gingham 12Jc 2,000 yards of short mill remnants of Zephyr Dress Ginghams; thero aro plain colorings, also stripes and plaids and checks; tho lengths aro up to 8 yards; they sell from the bolt at 17 c a yard; whllo they last, per yard 12Jc 35o Madras Shirting 17c 1,800 yards of mill remnants of Colored Madras Shirting; there aro 32 and 36 inches wido in the lot and lengths up to 7 yards, and thero aro values up to 35c a yard in tho assortment; whllo the lot lasts, per yard 170 40-lnc- All claims against tho Olty pass through tho hands of tho Auditor. Ho Is responsible for many thousands of dollars of tho people's bi two-thre- ad 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 have handled their business satisfactorily. I am a business man seeking an office that demands buslsesA 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. i A ?&?'IbBBB4 t tttii .i.i ivw AUUUSr PRIMARY i.t''t FOR ti 1917 CHAS. C. WHEELER!! CANDIDATE COUNTY JUDGE! t Subject to the Action the Damnrmtir o.rn a "j i of ,i i t t t 1917 August Primary rt 1917 COUNTY ATTORNEY Subject to Action of Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 Allen E. Smith CANDIDATE FOR SAM L. ROBERTSON READ, STOP, THINK The following extract is from a letter to the present Coroner which wHEHjOi at Portland, Ore., when an election for Vice President was held. County President John Hennessy and Division, Presidents John Riley and Tom Lynch are more than pleased at the success of tho picnic. Jameh J. iMcTighe, County Finan cial Secretary, says tho (picnic was arranged especially ifor his conveni ence, it being at his annual vacation. time. VOOLTE 3ETOie County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic .Party-1917 beeeeeeeM August Primary 101T appeaaed in various papers: "In my opinion there is no legal objection to your "M. M. LOGAN, (Signed) "Attorney General." EBBBBBBCMYEBvSt That is not the question. The 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 ? ' Charley Henry, Walter (Murphy, Earl Flynn, Tim O'Loughlln, KenBlEvBSSBW neth McDonald and Carl Flynn, of the ball team, were va the dance floor committee, Nathah Kahn;.Police Court Prosecutor, wlio has'ihany warm friends CANDIDATE FOR In the order, was made an honorary member at the picnic and appointed FOR on the reception committee. Thero was a representative gath- COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY ering of Hibernians, last Sunday at Subject to Action of Democratic Party. St. Clement's church In Portland, Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August t, 1917. Primary August 4, 1917. Ore. The ladies had prepared a choice feast for the occasion. VOTE FOR WORKING 'Division 5 of San Francisco held a largely attended meeting in honor PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE of Rev. P. J. Foote, S. J., who de-llyered an address on tho present tfSara&tBBi condition of the church in Mexico. At the July meeting of the San Francisco County Board of the Ladles' Auxiliary a handsome statue of St. Brlgid was blessed, Rev. vioUvSbbW Father Guerin performing tho cere- K "& jBEaTV eeeebbV P. S. RAY CANDIDATE SHERIFF H. S. McNUTT FOR BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeV EtftEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEB County Clerk Subject to Action of Democratic Party Primary AngBii 4 FRANK DACHER 1017 101T ADOLPH H12ISbbbbbV SCHMITT FOR CANDIDATE I DR. H. B. MECHLINGFOR CORONER. - KEEP HIM IN JAIL. M. J. McDERMOTT For Bailiff of Police Court mony. Tho status for tho new Hibernian building at St. Paul is considered excellent. It is now believed the campaign for the erection of the building will be Inaugurated early In the fall. The Hibernians of Ramsey county will hold their annual field day tmiEEH YjroSEBEEEaEBBBBBBBBlHn TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of tho DamooJatio Party-August Primary 1917 3r CANDIDATE 1917 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 What They Have Been Doing the Fast Week General head of the class management sane and practical. Press and New Notes. public say so; but ask anybody in or out of jail. Vote for CHAS. C. FOSTER for Jailer, Democratic candidate for re Division 4 will meet next Monday election. evening. will decide whether Minneapolis or CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of the Democratic St Paul will hold the Bremer trophy Subject to Action of Democratic Party. for the next three years. Primary August 4, 1917. Party. Division 2 of Syracuse had a well attended and successful open meeting Monday night. They had KMIillTS September 2, when the FOR tug-of-w- ar R, 0. DORSEY Candidate For HIBERNIANS. an exciting "forty-flv- e champion ship contest and served refreshments. This Is one of the most active divisions in Central New Late News York. Members TWIN CITY LEAGUE. (f (IGLIU County Commissioner Primary Saturday, August 4, 1917 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1917 That Will Interest Here and AUGUST PRIMARY J9J7" 1917 AUQUST PRIMARY LORAINE MIX FOR W COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Actien of the Democratic 1917 August Primary RUSSELL GAINES Candidate for County Surveyor Subject to Action of Democratic Party The Bertrand team surprised the specatora by playing the K. of C. leaders a bang up game Sunday, the score being 2 to 0 In favor of the Knights, Ballard of tho Bertrands Division 3 had a good meeting striking out seven and only giving 1917 last night. one base on balls. Another surThere is much activity in Hiber- prise was given by Trinity, who nian circles at Portland, Ore. made seven scores in one game Our next Mayor, Charley Cronan, against the strong Orioles, who fur was in the 'big throng Monday even- nished the other num ing. ber of 11. Mackln walked away Tom Langan would be a valuable from the Imperials in a 6 to 1 con acquisition to any first class grocery test, featured by the pitching of Morris, who struck out twelve and store. The Ladles' Auxiliary handled two gave no bases on balls. In a good bice crowds at their euchre and lotto old slugging game the Champs won from the Hibernians by a score of Monday. 10 to the winning runs Los Jn the 8, getting of The Ladies' Auxiliary of last half the ninth. ToParty. Angeles are preparing for a great morrow's schedule: Hibernians vs. initiation on August 9. Imperials, K. of vs. Orioles Nathan Kahn, Prosecuting Attor Champs C, vb. ney of the City Court, is not far vs. Trinity. Mackln and Bertrands The last named game 1917 removed from being a Hibernian. will be for blood. The standing to County Financial Secretary Mc- Tighe requests all members to make date: Pet. Won Lost early returns for their picnic tickets. 1 .929 13 Many nice compliments are being K.ofC Mackin .786 11 3 heard on the splendid looking crowd Orioles 10 .714 4 at the annual County Board picnic Champions. ...: o 8 571 Monday. 8 .7 Imperials .429 8 It is certainly hats off to Win Hibernians .429 7 McDonogh for his sterling and un- Bertrands; 12 .143 3 tiring work as Chairman of the Pic- Trinity..... .000 1, o 14 nic Committee. WILIi DO ins BIT. Ladies' Auxiliary 1 of Minneapolis crap-shootl- The net increase in membership the past year was 21,196. county. Omaha IKrJtek i bbebcTJ! eight in Cincinnati and Hamilton Ohio had ninety-on- e councils. CLAY HALL Candidate For For Knights will have their outing for the orphans tomorrow at Rlverviey Park. The council at Bucyrus, Ohio, gave an interesting entertainment in honor of members who have Joined the colors. iSt. James Council of Chicago Is now on its two weeks' excursion trip 1917 to Yellowstone Park and the Pike's Peak region. Tho handsome new home at Plqua, Ohio, was dedicated Sunday, Rev. Father John Cogan conducting the ceremonies. California Council, growing more rapidly than any other in tho San Francisco district, has just conferred tho third degree on a largo class of new members. Clerk of the Police Court WKFJ Subject to Action f Democratic Party. AUGUST PRIMABY BBBBBBBaBBBBBJBBBBft loir JAMES D. HEADLEY FOR port. a T' CO To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: I do harey aaaeuuM my candidacy for the offloa of JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, mfcjMt ta the aetloa of tho DaoeraUe party primary, Aiwiut . 1917. aad rMpotfully solicit your supMar l. mi. &on -- rLIA I C, II HAUL a TlJ2f. A entertained a large audience at a Joseph P. Hines, secretary to fitting celebration of its twenty-thir- d re Congressman gwagar Sherley, anniversary. went to Fort The site for the Hibernian build signed this week and stand examining at St. Paul, estimated to be Benjamin Harrison to worth over $7,000, is entirely free ation for. the Officers Reserve Corps. In a hurried visit home Joe told his from encumbrances. The Ladier Auxiliary of South Louisville friends that 'evenIn if not someOmaha had a pleasant night last successful he lutends to get we Patrick where and predicts thatmay are Jn of Mrs. as guerttf wek. as welL for wai Wlh at her home.was "round an" get a lonx serrieand he in the of Unole am now Monday night night tor old and young, members ' as iair on. tali The Knights of Rock Island, Forty-Eight- h Legislative District of Kentucky. headed by a detachment of eoldlors, marched to Sacred Heart church to attend the first mass of Rev. Father Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Killlla, ini whose honor they also gave an elaborate banquet. earn. John A. Cody, Joseph Bruns, Frank Zoeller, Herman Vernla and Peter Peffer, who conducted the JjBOTH PHONES 2399 canvass of New Albany Council, have raised over $1,000 for the war camp fund, Floyd more than Qive us a trial for first-ciaservice. We are as county's quota. close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and " ' K. OF O. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Thirty-thre- e men "were in the ' , chauffeurs t sir specialty, dive us a call. class initiated last week. at Sidney, Neb. Bishop Duffy and Judge' Cor coran were speakers at the banquet. George jw.. conan, tne great catn-otl- c actor and playwright, manager, will have charge of the entertainSEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. ment for the recreation centers. ss UHGrlSLATOR Autos and Taxis For Hire -- Lee Yotmg Automobile Qo. ad' ipnc ,! VJ no