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J. 5c Best Cigars Made VOLUME XXXIX Kentucky Irish American NO. 6. power of Europe, and nothing in the future cau be more sure than that Prussia, if successful finally In this Btruggle with France, will take Belgium, and threaten from Antwerp the mouth of the Thames." Thus he accurately prophesied KAM.Y THAN MMC SCREENS Made by Dow Wire & Iron Plione Works Will Protect Ton TEO LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. upon may yet forward their sub4 scriptions. It undertakes to makn better men, morally and physically. or the thousands of young Catholics who have entered the army, and to that extent it will make them better soldiers. This service is rendered without remuneration. The Predicted Thnt Dublin Convenwhole Catholic body has responded tion May Keep Country most generously, and it is the purpose of tho committee to safeguard United. Its funds in every way, to put every dollar to the best possible use, and to make a showing that will be creditable to all alike as Cath- Assize Judges Testify to Law olics and as patriotic American Abiding Qualities cf the citizens. This war camp fund originated with tho Knights of Peoplo. Columbus, to whom too much credit can not be given. The final rally will be be held tomorrow night at the Knights of Selection of Sir Horace Plunkett Columbus Hall, when J. A. Fueg-lelHas Been Favorably who has returned from the national convention, will have ImReceived. portant Information to impart. PROPHECY Oi John Mitchel Concerning the Present War Now Being Verified. POLITICIANS who In a field of six finished a good second. His successful opponent, Mr. Gunther, was on the administration slate, while Mr. Lcachman was the Brumleve slate choice. this Mr. MeDermott split the SUCCESSFUL IRELAND De-Bpi- te the future of Europe. But, needless to say, Mitchel was not reckoned among the prophets until forty years after his death. BROTHER, RICHARD'S JUBILEE. At Sea in Regard to Decision in Adolph Schmitt came near leading Catholic Contributions to War tho entire list, winning over Mr. the State Legislative Fund Exceed Amount Mann by over 5,000 majority. It appears that Phil Allin has capExpected. Itaccs. tured the nomination for Auditor, but Joe Steurle developed surprising strength and will be a good man Smiling Frank to have around. Dacher in his first race all over town camo through with a majority of over 3,000 for City Treasurer. Without support of any organization great strength was shown by Joe Nevin, Senator McNutt, Squire Muennlnghoff and Squire Dorsey, all of whom ran close to Messrs. Bingham, Scholz and Cox, the was glad to see George come Barrott thrpugh slates and was a striking contender. Brother Richard, one of the best Local Democratic Races Did Not Famous Irish Leader Predicted known teachers of tho Xaverlan Furnish Many Surprising Belgium's Downfall Fifty Brothers, and whoso whole life has Results. been devoted to the education of the Years Agd. you,th of this city, will celebrate his golden jubilee this month. It will be an event of much interest In People of Louisville Respond Generously in Patriotic Work. Grandfather of John Mitchel, Present Mayor of New York City. ALWAYS AN ENEMY OF ENGLAND orate preparations aro being made, and tho Jubilee masss will be marked by pomp and splendor, as the occasion is one of rare occur- AFTERMATH rence. The programmes are not yet two days will bo given to its observance, tho first, August 21, at St. Boniface church, and tho second, ElabAugust 23, at St. Mary's. both religious and lay circles and Sheriff's Race Vindicates tention of These Columns. OF Con- Pastors Made Stirring Appeals in Their Sermons Last Sunday. RIVALRY BRINGS GOOD RESULTS n, TOE PRIMARY Anglo-Saxo- ft The centenary of John Mitchel Of all has just come and gone. the topsyturvydoms which this war has wrought few stranger scenes have been enacted than when the grandson of John Mitchel, Irish patriot and British felon, did the honors as Mayor of New York to the visiting commissions from our allies. John Mitchel was the most brilliant, the most downright, and yet the most dreamshot of the Irishmen t. The terrible famine of history survives period of Irish largely in the reminiscences he on prison wrote in prison and ships. His weird "Jail Journal" supplies much that is lacking in the dryer record of the time. It Is filled with the hate and exultation, the defiance and despair of a strong man. If over a writer caught the passing agony of his time it was surely John Mitchel. in the The history of Ireland forties had many analogies with completed, but will be made known the present time the criBis, the disaster, the abortive lebellion, the later. Brother Richard was born in rising of Young Ireland in a for- Louisville on February 28, 1854, lorn attempt and the political over- tho son of Henry K. and Adelaide d throw of an old and M. Schulte, natives of Meppen, Gerleader. The Young Irelanders were many, where the famous Windthorst dispersed into grave or exile. The was born. He was baptized at St. was Boniface church and until becoming mighty voice of O'Connell pricked by the sting of death. The a religious was known as Anthony trance of famine descended upon Joseph. That same year tho dogma the whole country. Mitchel had de- of tho Immaculate Conception was clared for armed lesistance under proclaimed by Pope Plus IX. and the circumstances, and the Govern- also the first Xaverlan Brothers ment sentenced him to fourteen came to America. Bishop John years of transportation. From ex- Martin Spalding, of tho Louisville esile in Van DIeman's Land he diocese, later Archbishop of Balticaped to New York. Thence for- more, while in Euiope had invited ward he resumed his pen whenever the Xaverlans to open schools here, liberty in any part of the world and thus Louisville became the first mission of the Brothers la this teemed to him in Heed of it. country. Brother Richard reverts Although France In 1870-7- 1 foand few strenuous advocates In to those two great events of the n countries, Mitchel waB year of his birth with much pride. As a boy he attended St. Boniat hand to sound the top note of anger and warning. How clear- face school and in 1867 entered the sighted he was is apparent in sen- novitiato of the Xaverlan Brothers, tences which are not out of date Ihen located on Fourth avenue, so nearly fifty years later. In the he could remain in his native city, &nd hero he has Irish Citizen for July 23, 1870, he tioned, something always been staremarkable in the wrote: a religious. Brother Richard "Everybody is taking part in the life oftaught at St. Martin's on grand struggle. We take part in- first stantly, frankly and zealously for Shelby street, thenco going to St. where France. France has here the just Mary's, twenty-si- x he remained for years. Here no Every one who has read nearly cause. the history of the false House of less than ten of tho boys who were become Hohenzollern, whether in the paged under his direction have Anselm priests, two of whom, Rev. of their partisan Carlyle or any- Clemens, C. P., and Rev. Rudolph where else, must have got an idea Miller, O. M. C, havo massed to their of the insatiable ambition and ut- reward in heaven. Nineteen years terly desperate treachery of that ago Brother Richard was transferred royal house. No family of pro- to St. Xavier's College, where somo burglars, the burglar of his pupils have become priests fessional father training up the burglar son, and others are still studying. Others has ever been so unrelentingly bent of his pupils havo become Xaverlan upon living on the plunder of oth- Brothers, ono of them, Rev. Brother ers, and coming by that plunder Fldells, now Director of St. Thomas through all possible and conceivable College at Bardstown. Eight years lies, frauds and violence, as this ago tho Xaverlan Superior General, brood of Hohenzollerns." Rev, Brother Chrysostom, invited This was written by an Irishman Brother Richard to vjsit tho houses from New York in 1870! States- of tho order in Belgium and Eng men might have saved themselves land, when ne Had the added pleasa great deal of trouble if they had ure of visiting the birthplaco of his learned the lesson Mitchel had to parents and meeting several relatives. teach them. Officers wore elected at a meet"The Prussian j policy," he conGolden tinued, "is to prepare very actively, ing of Brother Richard's In secret, for some unjustifiable ag- Jubileo Association at the Tyler Hogression, to affect friendship till the tel Wednesday night as follows: last moment, to employ military Richard Schuhmann, President; A. r; and engineering spies on an im- P. Ramsey, mense scale, to affect Innocence and Publicity and Press Committee, unconsciousness If taxed with these Charles W. Hodapp, Martin Goby Enter tricks, and at last, when the mo- and Richard Schuhmann; George ment has arrived, to burst in with tainment, Middendorf, overwhelming force." Charles Nold and Coleman Weiss; After the disaster of Sedan he Banquet, Henry Imorde, Albert Stelger, John Rattorman, Edward wrote: "But the empire is not France. Cottom and George Bosler; Escort, France is not conquered, but is John Ratterman land William now only fairly beginning the war. Tho next meeting will be Once more France is roused, held at the St. Mary's Hall, Eighth she is full of wealth and of brave and Cedar, Monday night at 8 men. It is not one campaign that o'clock. All former pupils of can conquer the great nation. Brother Richard have been urgently "This great war in France is at requested to bo present. last taking more definitely its true ENCAMPMENT. character of a struggle between German feudalism and oligarchy on the one side and French freedom Michael Gen. Reichert, Capt. and republicanism on the other. It Oscar Maier and the members of Is the old and Inevitable contest the Uniform Rank, C. K. of A., aro which has raged in Europe for arranging a pleasing programme eighty years. Hereafter we tor the annual encampment and can have no difficulty In defining outing to bo "held at Spring Bank our position with regard to the war Park on Sunday, August 19, when in France. We are either for the all who attend will enjoy a Jolly rights and privileges of mankind or good time. This outing is not a g else for the feudal pretensions of an affair, but a day of Insolent monarchy and aristocracy rest and pleasure, with plenty to which pretends to Ignore and deny cat and' drink, for the Knights and all civil rights whatsoever." their Invited friends. As far back as 1866, writing from Paris in the Nation, Mitchel FATHER MARTIN. had attacked the Idea of "Pan Germanism:" The Rev. Father Francis Martin, "The idea that the Teutonic na recently ordained by the Right Rev, tionality is to be unified und bound Bishop O'Donaghue, has been apassistant together in one mighty mass so as pointed to the Rev. to become predominant and irre- Francis Felfen, pastor of St. Martin's church. Father Martin has sistible in Europe." Finally In the Irish Citizen of many friends In that parljdi who October 1, 1870, he (Mitchel) made will accord him a hearty welcome. diagnosis: He has already entered upon hie a "Prussia can not be England's new duties and will celebrate his , first maas there tomorrow niorn-.Irnfriend. Prussia has her own Thi is looked' upon as a and ambitions. One of tpM Is to be a great maritime meet deaJrable appointment for a jflwr; or rather the, great maritime "young priest. forty-eighwell-trieSecretary-TreasureRam-mecke- r. -- money-makin- far-sight- ed g. With the primary a week old of the That tho undertaking of the State politicians are Knights of Columbus and Catholics at sea as to the result between tho of Louisville to raise $15,000 for State administration forces and the the war camp fund will be successDemocratic Forward ful was assured when this report Leaguers. Both sides claim control was iecelved Thursday afternoon. of the next Legislature, but all IndiTho returns from the different dications point to a victory for the vision leaders showed that the Stanley forces, as they give figures passed, $12,000 mark had been and name their representatives, with many of the committees to be while the Forward Leaguers also heard from and to add to the claim victory but confine their amount given. Following the apclaims to the victory of Beckham, peals of the various pastors to a cousin of their leader, who was their congregations at the masses chosen Representative in Shelby Sunday morning there was no doubt county. It is possible that the that Louisville would show in the election of a Beckham Js sufficient front rank. In the opinion of the Forward With J. C. Murphy as Chairman Leaguers to claim a wholesale via splendid organization was perctor. From an outside standpoint fected, and as early as Wednesday the results show that Gov. Stanley It was known that Louisville was has lost no political ground in the within striking distance of the goal year and a half of his administrafor the war funds to be used in tion and he is sure to profit by tho chapels building and maintaining sentlmont that and recreation halls at Uncle Sam's is surely sweeping over the State. cantonments. Our Bishop, priests, position Beckham's narrow-minde- d professional men, merchants and in the Senate has scared a great laboring men subscribed generously many tobacco men in Kentucky and and enthusiasm prevailed at every they believe that he will be just meeting of the district loaders and as bitter in his fight on tobacco, parish workers. Among tho latter and that fight is sure to be the next d rivalry. there was a 'move of the professional prohibiCheers greeted the announcement tionists and political preachers who of the subscriptions from St. Louis earn a living and easy graft by Bertrand's, St James, St. Boniface, meddling in other people's business. Sacred Heart, St. Charles, St. Tho official count in the local Brigld's, St. John's, the Cathedral, Democrat contests will be finished St. Michael's, St. Mary Magdalen's, today and hardly any changes aro St. Peter's and other churches, all expected from the first Teturns, and of which made an excellent showthose returns were not a surprise ing. The city had ben divided into to many. Here goes for a little four districts', with Henry Bosse, summary of the different contests. Joseph C. Dr. J. B, O'Connor, Charley Cronan won the nomination Klrchdorfer and Dr. C. A. Edelen for Mayor by over 6,000 majority, as the respective leaders. The parbut Bruinleve surprised many by ish lieutenants jandLassIstantaw.ere: getting over 4,000 votes, when No. 1, Henry Bosse, Division 2,500 was tho popular figure acleader: corded him. Some explain this by Blessed Sacrament Martin saying that the added Brumleve vote was a rebuke to those who inSt. Michael's Thomas Garvey. jected personalities in the Sheriff's St. John's Frank Schmitt. race. This sounds plausible and Holy Trinity Henry Bauer. Indorses the contention made in Bob Muhs. St. Aloysius these columns that Mr. Cronan St. Francis of Rome William L. would have no opposition at all If Spocht, Jr. It wasn't for that unnecessary trouSt. Joseph's Paul Eisner. ble. County Attorney Scott Bullitt Henry Thleman. St. Boniface majority, breezed in with 9,124 St. Martin's George Schumpp. which was more votes than some Division No. 2, B. J. O'Connor, Dr. Duncan candidates received. leader: was nominated for Coroner by a Sacred Heart Andrew Yost, G, majority of 5,803, his opponent, A. Hardesty, Lawrence Kelty, Frank Dr. Mecbling, receiving tne largest Nlehaus. Leo McClellan, D. E. Sullivote on the Brumleve slate. Rusvan, William Popp, Edward Kelty, sell Gaines won handily, having a Kelrow, Patrick Michael Crain, majority of 6,874 over Crecelius, Polln Edelen, Herman Hayes, Richa Jailer Charles Foster received ard Kelrow, R. J. Blanford. second decision over Pflanz, winMARY LOUISE HANRAHAN, St. Anthony's John H. Wilms. ning by, a majority of 7,742. County Clerk Pres Ray got the big ma- Prize Winner at Baby Show at John B. Ratterman, Dr. John C. Hibernian Reunion. Schmitt, William Birkel, S. O. jority of 8,026 over Squire Hollis, e F. P. Senn, Aug Schmitt. while Allen Smith, a Division No. 3, Joseph C. Klrchstarter, boat Frank Schuster 3,919 APPEALS TO MOTHERS. " dorfer, leader: votes. Magdalene's Thomas St. Mary contest The eloquent Jesuit Father John In the County Judge's Loraine Mix, without any indorse- A. McClorey, S. J., of St. Louis A. Bohan, L. G, Russell, Henry J. ment and with an organization of University, in a recent address to Poetter, Edward L. Pope, J. J. personal friends, defeated Sam mothers passionately urged them to Casey, Dan W. Lawler, John Strat-maJacob Hoertz, P. J Dowllng. large prove their devotion to their counGreene by the surprisingly Hodas, Holy Trinity Joseph majority of 6,331, which is re- try by sending their sons to the markably so in a war. So elevated and forceful was Ben Mueller, Ed Zoepfel, P. Koch, race. This paper was tho first in the exhortation that It has been, William Mayer. Louisville to mention Mr. Mix's printed in full In the Congressional St Paul's Dr. William Sanders, Here are a few of the J. F. "Segar, Jerome King, Henry strength with the voters and espe- Record. Hell, W. C. Vance. cially with the Democratic workers. salient passages: St. Philip Neri Martin J. Although Squire Wheoler ran third "Will you be worthy of tne A. A. Spaninger, E. M. Miller, he camo out of the contest with women of the Revolution and civil greater strength than his vote war who gave their eons, husbands, D. J. Duane, Oscar Light, John yet Scharfenberger, Emmet Vaughn, J. shows, as many weie pledged to brothers and lovers, weeping Mr. Mix originally and expressed smiling through their tears, broken J. Ryan. St. Francis of Asslssi Leo W. sorrow that Squire Wheeler was In hearted yet grand hearted, grieving A. that race. The Sheriff's race speaks to lose a man, yet proud of gain- Goss, Robert Kaltenbacher, for itself and vindicates the posi- ing a soldier? In religion, martyr- Hackmann, F. J. Johnson, J. M. Zlmllch, Francis Lee tion taken in these columns. Mr. dom is not a slaughter but a tri- Bannon, McNally received 8,258 votes, Sen- umph. In the State, patriotism Schultz, Henry J. Rueff, Joseph John Mr. unto the shedding of blood Is not Steltonpohl, Ed Oesterrltter, ator Robertson 6,179 and Woodruff 3,3884, McNally's major- a calamity' but an apotheosis. The Gollar, Robert T. Burke, Frank Buchart, L. C. Oscar ity over Robertson being 2,079, the mother of the seven Maccabee mar- Harprlng, smallest in the county races and tyrs urged them to encounter death Larkins. de Paul Joseph St. Vincent the second smallest in the city or for their palms. Will any of our county with the exception of the mothers hold hack their sons from Schrecker, B. F. Noll, A. H. Hanke, contest for City Aud- glory? Besides, a dead backer of Charles O. Pfeffer, Leo Harprlng, itor. That the his country Is a greater comfort to Henry Huber, Ben Mueller, George Frank Schwerl. John sentiment in local Democracy is in his mother than a live slacker. Tho Mueller, one is a glorious memory for her, Walter, John Ecken, A. Hellman, the majority Is shown by the vote, which regis- the other an Inglorious reality. And M. Geers, G. Rausch, W. Brumleve, tered a majority of 1,805 against what is there in tho average life H. Walser, Henry Elllng, John the candidate. The of a man with its 'tomorrow and to- Schrecker, Ed Hanke, John Sand-forKentucky Irish American was tho morrow and tomorrow, creeping at J. Kemp, P. Schmitt. Division No. 4, Dr. Charles A. only paper in Louisville opposing its petty pace from day to day, Mr, McNally's candidacy, not be- often full of sound and fury sig- Edelen, leader: St. Louis Bertrand's S. J, cause of any personality but in be- nifying nothlng'--r what is there John J. Barry, L. Frank-conlhalf of a strong ticket for Charley that should make a mother prefer S. N. Gathof, Jerome Graviss, Cronan in November. That stand It for her son to the splendor of a Is certainly vindicated by a glance youthful military death for coun- Joseph W. Tarpy, W. T. Hanrahan, at tho above figures n the Sheriff's try? On the one hand she sees John Henneasy, John Fury, Carey race, and that weakness was made only a career of labor, amusement, Hlnes, B. Imorde, J. J. Kavanagh, more glaring by bad handling, as trouble, grief, perhaps wrongdoing, Joe Kelly, C. A. Langley, Chris for Instance the eleventh hour re- ending In decrepit old age; on the Luckert, M. J. MeDermott, Frank moval of precinct captains for the other hand an heroic oblation upon Meagher; A. Brach, John Burke, unpardonable and damnable crime which 'the gods themselves throw Ed Callahan, Dr. J. T. Chawk, John personal Incense.' Therefore give your sons. A. Duffy, George L. Edelen, H. T. of preferring to support friends and neighbors. Nineteen hundred years ago One Fisher, Joha Moriarty, John J. Judge Sam Boldrick again died for you. When He marched O'Brien, Joseph Overberg, F. A. showed his strength by obtaining to the battlefield of Calvary, his Rossell, James "Duane, James over 6,000 majority and will add mother, though broken hearted, did s F, strength to the ticket". St. Nathan not say: 'Stay with me I' Your son Kahn defeated a lively opponent In goes today, probably to die for Edward J. Cattone, John Hunter Burke, and the latter ex- country. Can you summon enough Omer, A. H. Norton, Mr. Jarboe. hibited the right spirit by imme- courage to aay 'Go! " Thoee missing from the foregoing diately promising support to his had not reported, but were expected Thursday Bight. opponent. Clay Hall won out over to make returns ARE SAVERS ALL. " Early, the by This work upon the part of our a margin of .4,000. the Catholic citizens is not only a reThe "Bailiff 'a Hoover can not race, was featured by the remarka of the 1917 bathing suite ligious but a patriot! work, and ble showing of M. J. MeDermott, for women as being guilty ef waste. thoee who have not yet been ealled many Haly-Beckha- m good-nature- In tho Legislative races everyone (Cack) in the n Forty-fift- h district, while Ben surprised many by his strong winning race against Adam Spahn. "Billy" Kuh won easily, .and the same applies to Brent Overstreet. Will McDonogh had no opposition In the Forty-nint- h and Will Duffy won out aga'lnst Councilman Tom Dolan in tho Fifty-first. For tho Senate Charley Knight galloped like tho good old Democratic stake horse he is, and Will Perry won by a landslide in the Thirty-eight- h district. Senatorial For Magistrate Bon Schulman had no opposition in the; Sixth Magisterial district; John O'Brien ran all over his opponent In the Seventh district and a neck and neck finish was staged between Albert Nisbet and Squire Adams In the Eighth, the official count being needed to determine the winner. On account of the closeness in several cf the contests have been talked of, but it Is hoped they do not ma terialize as these contests will not only Injure the candidate personally and politically but it. will affect his or their-- friends, as the world over admires the man who accepts a gracefully, him decision against even though it may be an unjust one. A political decision compares with that of racing judges and umpires there is no reversal. Beck-man- SAVERS IN FRANCE. John T. Sayers, whoso picture appears herewith, is now "somewhere In France" with tho American FAMILIAR WITH IRISH OPINION The Irish homo rule convention reassembled in Dublin on Wednesday. Since it was adjourned July 26 a more sanguine feeling has developed that tho conferenco will havo good results. Importance- - Is attached to tho Interview which Sir Horace vention, had with King George, it being taken to Indicate the royal Interest In the proceedings. All tho Dublin newspapers gave prominence to a letter from Sin- Plunkett, the Chairman of itho con- a Louisville boy, years old, the son of n Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sayers, 820 street. He served four years and saw servico on some of our largest war vessels, making a splendid lecord. He is now serving as as a veteran, having soom as his services were needed. The picture was taken In France and shows him to be In excellent condition and ready to battle for his country. John Is ono of the forces. twenty-fou- He Is r Caw-tho- bunch Burke and Shea. from which came Kelly, FAREWELL. St. Xavier's Alumni bade Broth ers James and Julian afeellng. farewell just before their departure Baltimore, whore for Brother James becomes President of Mount St. Joseph's College and Novice becomes Brother Julian Master of the Baltimore province. severing a connection of happy and long duration. Secretary A. J. Ohllgschlager, of the St. Xavier Alumni, 4n opening the meeting said they were there to show to Brothers James and Julian the sentiment prevailing among the Alumni on the eve of the departure of their beloved teachers. Among tho speakers Introduced by Presi dent William P. McDonogh were Thomas D. Cllnes. Ed O'Connor, Thomas Barry, Charles G. Klap- heke, Frank Geher and Eugene presented Brothers Cooney, who James and Julian each a traveling bag on behalf of the alumni. Brother Benjamin, President of St. John's Preparatory School at Dan- vers, Mass., will come to succeed while Brother Brother James, Thomas Is to take Brother Julian's place. In. addition to becoming head Baltimore College of the Brother James also will be Presi dent of the Mother House of the Xaverlan Brothers in the Baltimore province. His promotion was or dered by tho Provincial of the order, who js himself stationed at Baltimore. The promotion is con sidered in recognition of Brother James' service at the local college. Kir-wi- n. Hub-buc- h, clair Lisburn, a leading Ulster Unionist, strongly favoring a homo rule settlement including all of Ireland. In spite of the general political unrest and the local disturbances caused In certain districts by hotly contested elections, the country Is remarkably free from gross crimes. The Dublin Weekly Fieeman quotes In support of this view the opinions of four prominent Judges, who in opening the Assizes made favorable comments on this happy condition of affairs. Before the King's County Assizes at Tullamore, Lord Chief Justice Campbell said that he was in a situation to congratulate the grand jury most sincerely on the peace and prosperity of the county. Not only was there no Increase of any kind In serious crime, but the lecords of intemperance showed a very substantial decrease. In cases of the smaller or more insignificant breaches of the law the figures had fallen from 1,975 in the previous year to 1,647 this year. Addressing the grand jury at Wicklow Assizes, Lord Chief Justico Ronan said that there were only three bills to go before them. The County Inspector had authorized him to say that the "state" of the" county was quite peaceful and satisfactory. Tho specifically reported cases were only four, a remarkable decrease from last year, when there were ten. Judge Ross, opening the Meath Assizes at Trim, paid substantially tho same tribute to the county, and Judge Gibson, at the Westmeath Assizes, passed a similar verdict. This general verdict of the Judges at the various Assizes, all testifying to the qualities of the people and the practical freedom from tho grosser forms of crime, is ono of the most telling tributes to their sterling virtue and an official refutation of the charge of reckless violation oi the law so often brought against them. The selection of Sir Horace Plunkett as Chairman of tho Irish convention, which was recorded last week in America, has been falaw-abidi- ng 'n first-tim- n, three-corner- ed Mc-Ge- e, HELPS RED CROSS. four-corner- Roberts- on-Woodruff Haly-Beckha- m d, Mc-Elllo- tt, a, e. George's--Thoma- Fil-bur- n, "laughing-conductor,- ace-us- taking orders for them. The purMiss Mary C. Halloran and the chaser furnishes all tho materials and Mrs. Goodloe makes the sweat- ladles of St. Frances of Rome conheadquarters. gregation, Payne and Cavewood, Cross ers at Red Every cent received is given to the have made extensive preparation's of their for the entertainment Red Cross. friends next Thursday aftornooa LEXINGTON. and evening on the, lawn adjoining the church. Euchre and lotto games The people of Lexington and the will bo called at 3 p. m., after greatly which a carefully prepared luncheea were Bluegrasa section shocked Tuesday morning when the will be served. The foeaa, bag coa- n test for children, along with pther news spread that John Scully, years old, dropped dead In his amusements, will continue from 3 automobile as he was leaving his to 5 p. m. At night the grounds home for a ride. Deceased was a will be brightly illuminated for the wealthy retired -- grocer and one of varied amusements. A cordial inviHis tation Is extended to all to spend .Lexington's foremost citizeae. survive a pleasant afternoon, and evening' widow and, eight chHdrea ' . and help a worthy cause. him. sixty-seve" Hospital Unit D, Louisville's first Red Cross contingent, which is expecting early orders to proceed to the front, will go partly equipped by the women of Frankfort. The of the committee Frankfort League for National Women's DIES AT ST. ROSE. Service, of which Mrs. John W. Milam is Chairman, has donated to One of V e most widely known the unit 257 drawsheets, costing Receiving and popular priests of the. Dominiapproximately $1,000. of this donation from another city can order, and for a time stationed church, Bertrand's Is taken by the members of the at St. Louis Louisville Red Cross Chapter as a passed to his eternal reward when pretty compliment to the work they the Rev. Father Eugene Vincent are doing. The women of Louis Flood died at St. Rose Priory near Father Flood was born ville have adopted novel methods Springfield. of helping tho Red Cross and there- In Brooklyn, and while .a young by helping the country. Miss Helen' man joined tho Dominican order. Hickman, who owns some very fine He had been at St. Rose for a num cows, is taking all her buttermilk ber of years and leaves hundreds of and butter to Red Cross headquar- friends who sincerely mourn his ters, 619 South Fourth street, and death. Funeral services were held selling it,' giving the entire pro- at St. Rose church Saturday mornceeds to the Red Cross. Mrs. Tevls ing, with Interment in the priory Goodloe recently secured from New burial ground. for the latest York the pattern LAWN FETE. style of ladies' sweater, and Is now Plunkett is held in the, highest esteem for his work in the agricultural organization or Ireland, which probably ow6s more to him than to any other individual. He has party kept himself aloof from politics, and although some of his views have not met with tho approval of Irish Catholics he is everywhere respected for his disinterestedness, ability and modesty. He founded the Irish agricultural organization in 1894. He was Vice President of the Department of Agriculture and Technical InstrucHo tion between 1899 and 1907. is a Commissioner of tho Congested Districts Board. He is the author of several books dealing with Irish problems and Is as familiar with Irish opinion in the United States as in the British Empire. vorably received. sir Horace, o 11 Co t . si jKE&srcvcJOKrK' xj COSHNG .JMCEJIfcXOAIS:. EVENTS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, .kr4 PUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. to the SwM Mi Morel AiTSMcmeacet at klfc AaerksM sod CsftolUs OtSelally lBdord by Aaeieat Order el Hlfeewa, Yewg Ma's Iaatitnte aad CflthoHc IhOghtg of Aaerfc. KENTUCKY IWISH AMERICAN PKINTINQ Cq UcerpooUd, fubllll8r SINOLB COPY ge BSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PB YBAR BoUr tfct UqfrTlgq P;iMRe m Swad-C- rUtUr. AMkh aH ComaBlMfl k tk K1NTUCKJ WH AMBMCAN, Wxt Qrtea St. (jftgADES (ffljgft) COUNCIL ii IHVILLS. KY SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, 1917 a long chance. v.-- -it ' i n The first Household Club Plan payment is ?2.55, with the Grave conditions remaining payments at $2.00 a month. treatment. The demand serious Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Burke are The primary election is over and surgeon must cut deep somtimes to WILLIAM P. M'DONOGH, home from a visit to Cincinnati. the vote- certified, and while . the save the patient. Democratic Nominee for RepreLegissentative Forty-nint- h results were not altogether to our Miss Lillian McNuIty Is in St. lative District. WHAT PEOPLE NEED. A Regular $15.00 Value. liking we accept them with the spirit Paul, visiting- Miss Helen Larson. While we This Table is finished in a rich, dull color, In imitation of of the true Demo'crat. If Congress wants to help our Miss Theresa Ackorman is home mahogany, the top measures 24 inches wide and 36 Inches long. were defeated In some iraces, wo won from a visit to friends at Tell City, A bolted construction makes the Table exceptionally strong and reason to own people who have the first claim in so many that we have Ind. serviceable. It has one drawer and a shelf, as shown. upon them, they 'would see to it .&feel satisfied. The Kentucky Irish $1.23 Is the first payment on our Household Club Plan, with open and above that the cost of production and the Mrs. Leo Meagher left Saturday American n ade an future payments at the rate of $2.00 a month. Kermlt Roosevelt has escaped to join her husband at Washington, fight for what it believed retail price bore some remote reboard V conscription by accepting a commis- D. C. best for the party with which it has lation to each other. Any food Medieval Conception of State a Ignores this sion in the British army in India. A affiliated, never hitting below the control measure that Miss Julia Mullen, of Jefferson-vlll.Remedy For "War Provoking-Nationalismaccepts and will will be utterly worthless to the Kermlt Roosevelt's going to India is visiting relatives at Torre belt, and therefore on every humble home Haute. Is A Reaular $60.00 Value. m abide by the will of the majority, people. The food trust swindle is In a fraud which s T-has given its boy, the land t . The Buffet is built of solid, quarter-sawe- d the worst possible crime against oak throughout in- which should always" rule. Here's perhaps much needed, to the service . Miss Verna Hyne3 has returned I terior and exterior; there is positively no veneering used In the J luck to both the successful nominees the people, and against the 'nation from a visit to Miss Ula McNulty 9 construction. It Is .in a colonial patterns and has a highly pol- opponents, "all for that matter, for it causes un- of the country. and their defeated at Stithton. AV A Noted Modern Thinker and J lshed golden finish. There is ample drawer and cupboard space rest, ibreeds disturbance and revoworthy men and good citizens. k for silverware, chlnaware and table linens. The silver drawer is 2 Louisville did well in tho Catholic Author on an Ancient plush-lineRalph Reyman has had as a vis 2 lution, and is responsible for more war camp fund, as It always does MUST HAVE IIUKT. Truth. k crimes we believe than any other In every public spirited undertaking. itor his sister, Miss Gladys Reyman, $6.63 is the first payment on our Household Club Plan, with jj of aiem, ind. further payments at ?5.00 a month. agency. 4 Some time ago the writer,, as a Miss Josephine Eble has returned Knights of Colummember of the SUSPICIOUS. from "a visit to Miss Catherine Fortunate For World Would Be bus, voiced the opinion of many Mooney in Cincinnati. clergy range peace talk Is Reversion to Medieval While long member of tho order and Misses Mary and Isabella Mur?G0,000 expended on the being indulged In by satesmen who Thinking that the FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS phy have returned from a trip , to muchly advertised Religious Preju- are careful not to commit them ' Marlon and Cincinnati. MULLOY'S dice Commission could have been selves to any definite programme of GOOD COFFEE Miss Josephine Tierney has al bettor spent as an aid to the Cath- - peace terms, officials at Washing Has been the favorite kind. The quality is most fully recovered from a serious MINGS WERE BETTER MANAGED ,olic Church Extension Society. This ton regard with suspicion any peace the best and our prices are the fairest. Try hnP Illness of typhoid fever. must have hit a tender spot, as a talk from the Central Powers. It is vUU our New Blend, 2 lbs personal organ of one of the com- noted that the disaster to Russia Misses Hermena and Emma Frey Special Auto Delivery Service. are visiting the Misses Lena and In the magazine section of the mission members, and edited by preceded the pacific language of Clara Frey at Tell City. New York Evening Post Washingthat member's man Friday, resents the Austrian Foreign Minister and this criticism and reprints the while it indicates a desire for H. F. Donlgan and Miss K. D. ton Gladden, widely and favorably Both Phones 1323 per- peace, its real purpose is to lull 212 W. Market St. wldoly advertised member's Donigan are guests at Mont Eagle, known as an author, brings a series of reflections upon a new book of ESTABLISHED 1885. Tenn., for a few weeks. sonal opinion of those who don't the United States into a feeling of George Louis Beers entitled "The agree with him, and says that they false security and to delay our English Speaking Peoples, Their Miss Anna Volgt, of Jetferson-vlllThat may be don't represent Catholics or anyone war preparations. Is In Indianapolis with her Future Relations and Joint International Obligations." The quotaelse. As far as we know, none of true, but that Ihe desire for peace sister, Mrs. Albert White. IDOJLVJLVAIfc.. tions he brings from this work are "the offenders have been forced to Is uppermost Is shown by tho fact Miss Mary Jane Mulverhlll has In themselves so well worth quoting tt that the Vienna apologize for that representation. returned from a visit to her sister, and corroborate so fully what had says It Is able to announce Mrs. John Goss, at Pleasure Ridge. been said so well and so clearly in DANGEROUS. St. Augustine's Civitas Del that we that Germany will gladly act upon ' peace overtures coming by way of Miss Driscoll Catherine and can not but choose several of the Under the Bis Clok Stata Government Supervision Second and Market Our Park CImmlssloners are after Vienna, while tho Cologne Gazette have best to bring home a truth of esbrother, Frank J. Driscoll, A. SCOTT BULLITT, pecial interest Just today. been visiting at Detroit this past tho auto speeders, but nothing will reproduces the Fremdenblatt's Democratic Nominee for County week. Dr. Gladden tells us that "The i result therefrom unless the police statement. Three years of war have WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YO;u Attorney, first fact to be noted Is that the department renders its assistance. brought a realization of the hopeAND DOTHE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT A little girl has arrived to glad- - condition which has prevailed for CENTRAL VEREIN. Thoro aro ordinances safeguarding lessness of the struggle to Central len the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. several centuries In Europe Is that Better look over your fnnn NOW and iet sa repair the RAQ Onutl. TVi rtv.nl ,rV,l of international anarchy. r.lnnnln ' n( This is life, but the police and city authori Europe. ones which need it BKI'OKE IT GETS REALLY UOT. u.AtinMiitnno n ... lining nn.fAjifA Even in this country a not to be charged to any one nation lilllJUlUklUUO UIO UCiUf I'VIACUbVU street. ties ignoTO them entirely. Every demand for a definite statement of or group of nations; It is the direct for the forthcoming convention of GO. day and every night automobiles our working of . e product theories alms in the war is voiced by tho German Roman Catholic Central Misses Annie.,. MqGill and INCORPORATED. speed ordinance and violate tho In recent times. Yeager are enjoying a two universally held City 135 Phone newspapers. Tho Entente Verein which will be held at St. 333 WEST MAIN STREKT .. In the words of a living cause many deaths and accidents, influential Louis from August 19 to 24. The weeks' trip to Chicago and the Lake publicist, world 'the political any attempt that would Allies could now have peace by gathering will be honored by the region. without is composed of distinct communistop them. Upon tho principal asking for It. But it is not likely presence of His Excellency the Apostolic Delegate, of many Bishops and Mr, ana Mrs. Edward Corbett ties, entirely independent, terrisides, never that they will ask for.lt soon. streets they take both prelates and a large number of at- have been visiting in Newport, the torially omnipotent and to 6ome exthinking they should keep to the tending priests. As In the past, this guests of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas tent morally responsible.' " CARUANZA SUPPLIANT. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. And Mr. Beers explains still fur right or left For proof of this year's meeting will be rich In feat- Hughes. ther what Dr. Gladden maintains lntor-t- t. ures of practical, present-da- y stand for only a few minutes upon FREE SERVICE. Having succeeded In having the The programme Includes nd Mrs. W. O. Blandford and chil- when he says: "The governments any through thoroughfare and wit- embargo on munitions from this of the national States, England, and discussion on larso dren, of ness tho dangers with which pedes- country raised by order of President dresses of topics touching a social spending Crescent Hill, have been France, Spain, whose consolidation variety the week visiting friends trians are threatened. The authori- Wilson, Carranza,- who a year ago work and social marks the dawn of the modern era, service for all at Lebanon. 1101-0- 3 KAST BROADWAY. successfully claimed for these (bodBesides tho regular busl- ties seem deaf, dumb and ' blind defied the United States army, is classes. ixtsMrs. Ernest Dupln and daughter ies absolute freedom from all exwhen these rights are concerned. now looking for a loan to keep his DL'd meetings of the Central Verein vork on problems touch This ternal control." T"e railroads are not as dangerous pretended government going. Feel- ing their burning questions of tho and Miss Nellie Martin have been In its pernicious form is absolutism the attributed visiting at Bardstown, the guests as our streets. to what Dr. Gladden calls "A series ers to ascertain the attitude of New day, special attention has been given of Mrs. G. A.' Dupin. to these same problems In the proof remarkable thinkers 'Machla-vell- l, York bankers toward a large loan grammes arranged for ihe meetings JBOTH PHONES 2399 OUU liABY'S DAY. Luther, Bodin and Hobbes " Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Driscoll spent probably of $150,000,000 to 'the of the Katbollscher Frauenbund, an Saturday who, as tho same author says, "deand Sunday In Cincin- structively developed an abstract Tho festival of the glorious as- Republic of Mexico Qlve us a trial for first-clahave been auxiliary league of somen's socle-tic- nati and saw the exciting contests service. We are as the and of the sumption into heaven of the Mother thrown out In the financial district, junior section ofGonzaga Union, Cen- between the home team and New theory of unlimited State sov close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and the parental ereignty, both In Internal and ex of God Is, as might well be expected, and already several conferences tral Verein body. A notable feature York. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable ternal alfalrs. Mankind Instead of of ancient origin. It was kept In have been held, all of them In nf h'a firn flnv nf tho - ponvonHnn chauffeurs 1 'ir specialty. Qlve us a call. 2. .. Cn.frnnntt) Vniminn .lfrfin fill being regarded as one Jeruealem as early as tho fifth cen- - formal, and which were unproduc win be tne dedication or tne new, f "v'bV McAuliffe, all of this city, community was divided into dis .".,.' .r cost of len and at tury. Ancient records testify that tlvo of any definite steps toward orphanage by erectedGerman a St. tinct and separate political $250,000 the Vin were last week dinner guests at connected by no legal bonds. units. i. .i. i.. u ... uo the credit required by the Carranza cent's Orphan Society, an organi- the home of Richard Shlnkle at La the existence of moral ties wasEven inu uuiuiu it.. wmuiiiu ueuiuiy ii not zation affiliated to the Central tonla. 6bserved in Rome. It "was the cus- administration. unfrequently denied. This theory SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY Verein and dating its origin back tom to celebrate August 15 in the Dr. Alfredo Cartuegll, who has Miss Magdalen Gehcr and niece, of unlimited State sovereignty still seventy years. Right Rey. Eternal City by a solemn proces- been In charge of Mexican financial almost Koudelka, of Superior, Wis., Miss Otlllla Dlscher, have returned holds sway. In the political world Bishop sion In honor of the. Blessed Virgin. affairs In New York since the Car- will deliver the oration of the day. after having spent a month it Cliff of today the concrete realities are to this medieval manner of political IWK0 thinking. Dr. GladHaven N. Y., and 'Montreal and tho sovereign States, each one of den vividly Mr. Beer and to This custom dates from the time of ranza administration came bring home into us the which Is conceived by Its governQuebec. HEADY. Popo St. Sorgius and lasted for power and is a close personal IRISH ment to be more or less a law unto realization that tho old is not all nearly a thousand years. Tho as- friend of Carranza, has been Infor the scrap heap, nor the new, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Burns, of Itself." d h has never "The sumption is regarded as the most formally discussing the loan with What the results are of these however It glitter, all of precious Omaha, Neb., are here for a visit to do its duty when the call C. B. of C. V. CMrs. John perverted views disseminated 'by the value. solemn of all Our Lady's festivals, bankers. Perhaps Carranza may get came. with their It is ready now, as ever." Godfrey, and daughter, Cres- men referred to Mr. Beers tells us Mr. Godfrey, since It celebrates the culminating tiln Innn QtrnnnAK Vinm Thus did Rev. Francis P. Duffy, of cent Hill. 4ltnrv when he says: "Almost at the b ,' point of her glory and her greatness. happened. It was recognized that the And perhaps when ho St. Patrick's Cathedral, pay tribute theory of State sovRenaissance tJ the fighting New York Irish ' hn If cnfnlv ttinlrnrl William M. "Henehan, a popular ereignty .nv irdl regiment. Almost two thousand of .. ....,, WUW..M ......J .V Romo correspondents, again at a I... led logically to the conclerk of tho L. and N. at South the Louisville, is spending a two weeks' tinuous warfare which was then loss for reliable news, are sending twiddle his fingers at Washington. the regiment marched from AT dispatches saying Cardinal Gasparri That would be In keeping with his Armory, at Lexington avenue and vacation visiting- - friends and rela- devastating Europe, and that some Twenty-sixt- h street, to the Cathe limit must be set to tho is oxpected to (resign his post as past actions. As the True Voice ob- dral, where they attended mass. tives in Chicago. actions of the sovereign Papal Secretary of State. They at- serves, Carranza can pass from in"Not alone the members of the CUT Deputy Sheriff D. J. Heffernan State, If civilization was to ensaid Father Duffy In and wife and son, D. Jl, Jr., left dure." But that this limit has not tribute this both to reasons of health sulting defiance to meek suppllance course of his sermon, "but the Tuesday for Dawson Springs, where ns yet been set is evident when and tho desire of Pope Benedict to and back again according as it suits the $2.00 Grades, exorclso more direct control over the his purpose. Just now he la sup- members of the Irish race all over they are spending their annual va- we are told by Dr. Gladden that and other Stales have cation. They will remain for two "There has never until now been this Vatican policies. They are without pliant as far as tho United States been State whenever the call loyal to any indication that any of the $3.00 Grades, ks. Is concerned. color of foundation. Last week he suc- service of this, their adopted coun great powers were ready to surceeded In having President Wilson try, came. They are ready now $3.50 Grades, A aulet but nretty wedding was render' their prerogatives of sovSQUIRE FRANK DACHER, LHJEUTY AND LICENSE. sacrifice for this raise the embargo on ammunition. make any Thoy are going solemnized on Thursday afternoon ereignty or to submit to any Democratic Nominee for City Treasrepublic. int .. . .. by which war could be -a Borro-me- o arbitrament Charles $4.00 Grades, JNeXt WeeK war as Americans, patriotic loan. urer. Tho onnnrocolnn nf nrfn!n TinliH. ' OW I1B waniS loyal of last week at St. 'Miss Catherine averted," church, when Mr. Beers tells us likewise that by the Government Is caus- - ho m&y tel1 us to so to Halifax or Americans, fighting for America O'Brien became the bride of Chescations $5.00 Grades, Y. M. I. One and American Ideals. We all cher- ter A. Bell. fag a storm of protest from some BOme other warmer clime. Rev. Father Raffo "The war is a direct outcome of the prevailing International an nover knows what to expect of ish the hope that Ireland, one of performed the ceremony. quarters, and the Toledo Record Members of the Younc Men's In It's the trousor event of tho the small nations, will bo repre archy, and of the selfish nationalseason! Dutchess Trousers cites the fear that the liberty of the n,m at the peace sented by America connected stitute, of Richmond, Ind., have arDr. Frank Rltter and Mrs. Rltter ism that Is intimately are recognized for th5Ir press, which is a fundamental of councils after the war. We trust and Misses Clare. Ada Mae and with this lack of organization." ranged a splendid programmes for tho dependability In materials of Grand offithat America will see to it that Angela REGRETTABLE. our country, Is in danger. We have went over to New For as he also states, "so long as cers, entertainment visitors to their delegates and and construction they're the rights of Ireland and of other Albany Schulten reception the community of States remain un city during to attend the on several occasions pointed out that tho strongest on e.arth. the convention of the small nations aro safeguarded." The Irish Advocate expresses given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. organized the 'will to war' of one of the liberty of the press does not NOW AT CUT PRICES! On Grand Sinn Fein party did marriage Its members will always be able to Sunday Council, August that the John Broecker, whoso mean a disregard for all semblance morning, August 26, there Your chance to get known thwaVt the pacific purposes of tho ST. LEO'S PICNIC. took place In New York City. not send delegates to the Irish con will bo a meeting of the Grand Dquality and STANDARD of honesty. It Is precisely on this majority." irectors VALUE at far below regThe annual reunion and picnic of "It has not always been so," Dr. which willat bethe Westcott Hotel, ground that we have protested vention. Certainly a little vigorous Mis. Frank G. Smith, who has official headquarters.. ular prices. back in against the Menace being allowed nationalism injected Into that as- St. Leo's church, Highland Park, been ill at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Gladden tells us. "Away managed Delegates and visitors will be re they times sembly would do it no harm, and will be held next Thursday after- has so far recovered as to be able medieval The tho privileges of the mall. noon and evening ,at Thornsberry's apartment in the things better. At least they wanted ceived at Gonzaga club house In to tour of press no less than the individual is the party would have the additional Grove, which is located near tho to teturn Missher Mary 8. Conway, of to, and tried to. Mankind as they tho afternoon and an auto evening Puritan. responsible for a violation of priv- advantage of a first hand Knowl church and can be reached, via the Owensboro, who was called hero on figured it was a single, compre- tho city made, and in the at ileges guaranteed by law. The very edge of the proceedings, and of the Second street cars. If traveling by account of Mrs, Smith's illness, has hensive organism; you might call they will be entertained an St. An address or you might call it drew Auditorium, when It State secret instructions, if any, which automobile or other vehicle the returned home. fact that it has such freedom in they drew no line be- of welcome 'will bo mode by Jlev. grove can be reached via Ashbottom. Church publishing what it pleases is a the Government nominees received. roadx Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald and his High mai.ts will tween tho two any more than the. Francis A. Roell. FATID3R WILLLYM RETURNS. Third and Market strong-reaso- n for seeing to It that This would put a powerful weapon parlsjJioners Massachusetts Pilgrims did. And bo celebratod at St. Andrew church are making every Monday sermon entertain it does not abuse that privilege. into tho hands of the Sinn Fein preparation to their The Rev. Father William Gause-poh- l, there is no doubt that these preached morning, the Chaplain being by Grand Rev. pastor of St.- Mary Magdalen's, medieval folks had the idea that Nor would this party" be friends, from the surrounding vicinThe. newspaper has no more right party. After mass tho ity, and esped-allinvite the people who suffered a stroke from heat the unity of mankind was not Maurico O'Connor. opened by to slander any mttn or any set of bound by the decisions of the con of thla city to come and partake of last month and has been In the merely a phrase that It Grand convention banquet will bo served d convention will be men, or to poison and pollute the ventionrather would they furnish a good country sup- North for several weeks, has rea fact which thoy ought al- President Robert T. Burke, and at at the Westcott. The convention minds of men, than has the indi- a new argument for recognition at per. A good musical programme turned very much Improved in ways to keep in sight and which 4 o'clock a picnic will be given in will come to a close on Wednesday, ' the park. vidual. It is a dangerous thing to the peace conference should It be will be rendered and there will be health. From now until October must be the home of all their politi to routine Tuesday will be devoted August 29. Trinity and Mackln business, the ladles be- - Councils will bo represented by games and amusements for young the last rum at this church will cal thinking." feel with the freedom of the press, found that those .decisions were lie at n'nlnrV it ho rnntlnnlne . TTnnr fnrtiiTinin Indeed for thai in. .gentertalned. by their sisters i.of strong delegations and' are expected ... .v.- - and forzet the . one must take forced in any particular. The Gov- - next old. Don't August 16. dat-e- at 7 . V.WW., ...W flrt but in eritleal ' present world would oe a reversion uicnmona, ana in me eveniBg me to wield a great influence. Thursday, b, SATISFIED. - ornment is extremely desirous of getting tho Irish question out of its way, and since this can be done to serve present purposes almost as well by a disagreement of the delegates as by their agreement, It would bo to tho Sinn Fein party's advantage to know exactly how tho result Is brought sjbout and the On Government's share therein. the other hand, If under the pressure of circumstances the delegftes should formulate a scheme of government for all Ireland, the Sinn Fein party would have the. ground cut from under their feet, and any hope they may have of presenting their case to the world peace court Now would bo utterly shattered. as understood we must not be criticising tho Sinn Fein party's course in this matter, for wo hold that those on tho ground are the best judges of their course; we are merely giving our poor opinion on the matter as It appears to us, for we wish well to every movement that makes for the welfare of Ireland, and that would put more power Into her people's hands. Cl August 1C Annual reunion and of St. Leo's church at Thornsberry's Grove, Highland Park. August Lawn fete by St. Augustine's church on church grounds, afternoon and evening. 1 August Lawn fete for St. Patrick's school building fund, on school grounds, Sixteenth and Market. 2 August Annual festival of St. William's church, afternoon and picnic 20-2- 1 20-221-2- J.BACONasgs We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. evening. Hastings Dressing Table $19.50 A Regular $29.95 Value. of genuine quartor-sawe- d oak and has a polished golden or a rich fumed finish. Tho top is 48 Inches across and can be opened to 72 inches. Tho top slides with tho greatest ease a characteristic of all of the Hastings tables and each half or It is removable. This facilitates changing the table from room Is ibullt SOGIETY. SSSSC8S3aeMCK) Miss Frances Shanley is spending two weeks vlsltlngt.ln Chicago. It to room. Library Table $9.50 - GLADDEN - e, . Fine Buffet $51.00 '- i j w d. if i-- 2 JOHN M. 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Dougherty. 1818-182- 3sfBsw First and third Fridays, Hibernian i Funeral I I ; Director and Embalmer BLrZ SsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaE2E V BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. L BsaaBsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW M 1 "1 t"I"H"W"t"!"l"l"W''H"l'"M"I"l"H"I"l-l--rH-- - i v iMJUWiMlY & McfcLUUH i I Democratic 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i, Judge. SesssH ' Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Noon. Pat Begley. ' i 'Hpi J Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. LOUISVILLE RENDERING Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phone City 721 Cut-Of- C OMP ANY Bsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw' 'lsaaaaaavi LORAINE MIX, Nominee for Bertraud Hall. Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. McDonogh. DIVISION 4. Meets .second and fourth Mondays, f' it Cumberland Main 721 PSOPZiSS FBOVTDENT ASSOCIATION County Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s i: ' I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PXXOB7ISS. Climb. Main 2008-- a GEN. MILES o nan. Sentinel John F. Burko. Thomas M. Dlg- - J. McDermott. D. F. MURPHY, Democratic Nominee for Park Com- - missloner. Incorporated. n was 'organized by cltlreas to make AS Ready for Year Griddle in the LOANS MorniH,, on furniture and other personal pros erty at HAMB, LARD, SAUSAGE! LOWEST BATES, Coleman Bid?., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefiersoa. (Incorporated.) Doth Phones, 2S86. SLICED BACON well-know- "SOUTHERN STAR" ; I Home City 200S I Snys Gunrdiahs of Liberty Are Not Enlisting in Amcrl- - igMS CHAS. H KNIGHT. De'mocratlc Nominee for State Sen GrXJKeTK:' BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY BENEFICIAL Results of Utilization of Prison Lnhor in Colorado nncl Louisiana. Hovo Constructed Miles of Most ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1101 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Home COMPANY. REPAIR Hancock and Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louisville Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phone City 6007 SNEDDON HMMMWUHHmMMmHMMMMmmMHWMUHWMHnHU HOME PHONE 8S CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-y ican Army. Phone Shawnee SOI HXGR&VERS MHELICH HENRY GOSS J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Interesting Conversation Over- aooriso, 4.SPHALT QtJXTEarsro, heard Between Him and Henry Ford. Former Worried Becnuso Catholics Arc Flocking to the Colors. ria "Roofs Repaired HPOtrrora and Painted SmNQLES A SPBCIALTT L S2 EOLSt ' I AND EMBALMERS. ilVtaixi. Perfect llighwoy That Exists'. soil West Broadway, tomlnrtue, Xy. ENGRAVING COMPAJ ARTISTS. ENGRAVBRS ELBCTROTYPER8 LoulsyiUe, Ry W. Mala St., Home Phone City 6674 WWWWWWWWiWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW j ggf Cumberland, West 11 fORD street. JO. Home Fhons Shawnee 484 l MAKES STRONG POINTS i! RATTERMAN INCORPORATED. $ SCANNELL I Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers Chapel Free to Fatroas. 3101 WEST BROADWAY bit of it! But, father, today we had our last chanco of making a first Friday an' we took it. Wo all belong to tho Apostleshlp of Prayer, father, an' never again may we havo the chanco of making a first Friday. So last night, on our way to tho station, in the confusion, we dropped out an' went to confession. We stayed in the city all night, an' received our Blessed Lord this morning, maybo for tho last time; an' tho very minute wo left the church wo went to the ibarracks an' gave ourselves up, an' " with a smile "wo hadn't any breakfast yet." The tears sprang to my eyes and I grasped tho young hero's .hand In Bilence. Such faith! Such devo tion! I moved along the lines. speaking 'words of consolation and congratulation, when suddenly a young fellow dropped to his knees. "Give me the pledge, father." he cried. WflflWWt9tl New Location JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. West Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1107a. H,B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 10 (Wt JB-CHI AVBNU tc Telephone 1022. yea keys aa edveatUa prtpax for Uf. "For how long7" I asked. "Until I'm kilt, father." he said sadly. I gave it to him until the end of the campaign, and uttered fervent mental prayer that such as he might be spared to work the salvation of our own poor land. were ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE They and itmarched away under ar rest, was some days before y. 112 W. Broaewsy, I heard the sequel. They were Conducted by th Xaverlaa BrcUter. court martlaled and the evidence of SclMitlflo Classical, sad BudBiM several Dublin men resulted that Courses, Preparatory Dapartmeat, Lars the prisoners were discharged. I BwlmmUir Pool, WU Equipped CI heen T Uo4rr. Bra. JuaM, IMr. have in the told that there were eyes of vthe Protestant tears officer who discharged them. I quite ibelievo it. There are tears in my own. Australian Messenger. WW mu-diu- t. tit a 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED v That the work of the Knights of in raising funds to aid the spiritual necessities of the Orders for $1 or more delivered Catholic soldier is timely, is shown by tho following extract from a lett nv part of the city. ter written by Rev. John J. Brady, chaplain of the navy and the only DUBLIN FUSILIER'S STORY. Catholic chaplain with tho AmeriThough I knew they had been can army in France. Father Brady s ordered to Gallipoll, the Dublin says "Perhaps you might be able to Fusiliers had gone from the of before my arrival to see them Interest some only your wealthy friends in the Catholic priest off. at "Is the regiment gone?" asked we have 'are tho front. Protestant being splendidly taken ministers Father O'Brien. their people. One min"Sure, it is indeed, father, and-- care of byjust showed too a check my three fine boys with it. uoci ister has $1,000, keep all harm and hurt from for Bishop. which he lecelved from his Tho Red Cross is hero them." to havo and splendidly equipped. The Y. disappointed I was missed them. The old mother M. C. A. is not here yet. I am the begged three medals from me for only Catholic ''priest - for 20,000 am doing her boys. She rushed with feverish men. my1 means are the- beet I can, pitifully inadehaste into.the barracks, and in but Supplies of every sisted on grave officialdom, in the quate. hands of others. I kind are have to person of the officer in charge, in the work under the most sending the tokens forthwith to her do my conditions. 'Everythinginadesons at Gallipoll. I cheered up the quate expensive than ordinary here is and brave mother and promising to pray themore of everything is very short. life for her boys, went my way, . Next morning, as was my cus- A suit of clothes lasts but a few pair of tom, I started to KIngsbridge" Sta- weeks Iand a going withshoes even the men tion, hoping to get in touch with lees. the am any country soldiers who might be into help trenches. I should like I en route for Queenstqwn. Fancy every to makecan possiblyasobtain in my work effective my surprise when I saw fifty Dub- order maas possible. A movlng-pietur- e up at the stalin Fusiliers drawn situa- chine, a tent, etc., magazines, books, tion front under arrest. The etc., are necessary, and whatever tion seemed inexplicable. The regi- you can do for me will be greatly ment had gone, and yet here were appreciated." fifty of its finest men left behind under arrest. I quietly approached CATHOLIC CONGRESS. one of the young fellows and asked Everything is in readiness for the him for an explanation, "Did not your regiment leave last CaUioUc Congress whleh convenes today In Washington. It is exnightT" I asked. pected "Yes, father! tout we deserted." Catholicthat every diocese, and every organisation will send one "Deserted i" I said, aghast; "but more surely yon know what 'a serious or more representatives andvisitors 0,000 delegates and desertion is just now with then.looked for. The three Cardinals matter your regiment under orders for are the United States have indicated of 3alltpolir of attending the we their Intentionmany other prominent "Yes, lather," he said, "but congress, and 1iave siren oarsetoes up." leaders of the church in this coun"What was your reason for de- try and Canada will participate. The serting? Yoa weren't nervous?" I object of the congress is to discuss asked J tentatively. The young fel- and decide upon ways and mesas of low drew himself up to his' full oaring for the moral and spiritual height, and it was considerable. welfare of the thousands of men who are bow, or soon wNl "Sure yon aren't la earnest, father!" he said. "Do yen thlak be, enlisted la tbe United , States it's the MHtft we'd wiadT Not tt army and navy. Columbus J tar-racks Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Less,'' TDIELY WORK. OaCh-oli- ce A Deroit newspaperman, who just sort of goes around - seeing what he can see, records that "one day 'last week" there strolled into the lobby of one of the city's leading hotels an elderly man of military bearing with a gruff Prussianized countenance, and beside him a younger and slighter individual, whoso whimsical smile and twinkling eyes were, in strong contrast with the expression of his companion. Disregarding the conventions. the pair seated themselves on a' bench reserved for "bell hops," and entered idto animated conversation, all unmindful of the uniformed service boys whose place they had usurped, and who In turn were blissfully unaware that they had given up their seats to Gen. Nelson A. Miles- and Henry Ford. But a little bird happened to fly Into the lobby, and, spying the two distinguished men in conversation, rightfully decided that an earful of this confabulation would be worth while. The General had been talking in a low, guarded tone when the automobile wizard suddenly Interrupted with, "What do you mean by 'Guardian,' Nels?" "Why," replied tho General, "I thought you knew of the patriotic society, the 'Guardians of Liberty,' of which I am the head." "Patriotic society," said Ford. "I hadn't noticed the name of 'Guardians of Liberty' in connection with any pf the patriotic demonstrations or in tne campaigns for Red Cross funds or Liberty bond sales. Oh. it's purely military, eh? Raising rogiments for service in France, I suppose, General?" ",No." replied Miles; "you see, this society was organized some time before the war broke out, and It wasn't exactly intended for as sisting tho Government along that line, in ract, the war came In kind of unhandy, as far as our plans were concerned, for it's rather upset things in a general way. You see, Henry, we had set out to reform things politically, to organize strongly everywhere and keep a cer tain class of undesirables out of public office. No, we hadn't exactly counted on the war and the necessity for raising a great army. in tact, tho war has helped these undesirables by giving them a chance' to rush to the colors and demonstrate their patriotism." "I don't quite follow you," said Ford. "What kind of an undesirable is it that rushes off to join tho colors when the country Is in peril? Who Is this fellow that is good enough to fight for his country, but is not good onough for public office, Nels?" "Well, you see, Henry," said tho General, "wo Guardians do not believe that a man should have a divided alloglance. We do not believe that a man can be a Roman .Catholic and lot tho Pope dictate to him what he should do from Italy and at the same time be a good citizen and loyal to his country. It isn't natural. The Bible says, 'No man can serve two masters. " While the General had been Bpeaktng, the puzzled look on the face of the auto king had given way to one of open amusement, and when his companion had finished he said: "Nels, you old goose, you make me laugh. This is pretty rich, coming from a man of your standing. Any man able to read Is aware of the fact that there is a large percentage of Catholics in the armies of Germany, Austria and Bulgaria, and that opposed to them are the armtetf of France, Belgium, Italy and Qreat Britain, with a great percentage of Catholics. In fact, regiments from "certain sections are entirely Catholic, both in the Teutonic armies and in the armies of the Allies. That doesn't look very much as if the Pope dictates to his people in a way to prevent them serving their governments, Nels. Only a short time ago the Catholic Cardinals of this country told their people that the rule to follow was obedience to all constituted authority, and that, by the way, will have more influence in keeping the German people 'of this' country loyal than all other influences combined. You kaow, Nell, there is also a passage' in the Scriptures about 'rendoriac onto Oassar the Milage that are CstaarV they interpret the and I reckon Bible literally over there la .the - matters of tho Catholics and prays lor peace ror tne whole world." The General had been growing very d as the auto king was speaking, and when he had finished he snapped: "This efficiency business has gone to your bead, Ford. That'3 why you aro admiring the Catholic church and world-wid- e Its organization. It's a wonder you wouldn't use Latin in your sales department and copy the church altogether." "Of course you're trying to be sarcastic, Nels," said Ford, "but Just the same that very thought has come to me many a time. I've said to myself that if we could use Latin in our sales department throughout tho world, Just the same as the Catholic church does In her ceremonials, it would simplify matters very much. One never knows anything about the Catholic church till ho makes a study of some of its I used to think of it as a points. kind of foreign institution, because of the uso of Latin in its ceremonials, but when I began to study the reason for its using the dead language, then all was clear as daylight." "Got a good many Catholics working for you. haven't you, Henry?" asked Miles. "Yes, I believe about 50 per cent, of the 4U000 men at the main plant are Catholics. In the foundry and departments, where a great deal of physical endurance is required, the American-bor- n are not very anxious to compete with the foreign-bor- n men, and there is a large percentage of Poles, Hungarians and other representatives of We find them Catholic countries. good, competent workmen." "Do you think you are doing your duty as an American to employ so many foreigners and Catholics?" asked Gen. Miles. The auto king stared at the other for a moment, and then, placing a kindly hand on his. shoulder, he Bald: "Nelson, you are certainly getting childish. Wo don't employ men because they are foreigners, nor do we have any religious test. We engage them to do tho work we have to have done. We can't discriminate against a man on account of his religion, for that would be contrary to the spirit of the United States constitution, and you, as an army officer, ought to be one of the first to acknowledge that. Besides, you know we make the 'Universal' car, and we sell them to a man regardless of his religious beliefs. You know, Nelson, there Is a similarity between the words 'Catholic' and 'Universal and the Catholic church calls Itself the Universal church. You know I have even thought of calling my car the 'Catholic' Instead of the 'Universal,' but gave up the idea because there are too many narrow people, like you, in the world, and I reallzod it wouldn't bo good business." By this time tho General had slumped down in the bench and given up the argument, so the little bird flew opt into Cadillac Square. red-facem ator. Crop Pooducing Affords Field Vatican, and that's the reason the For Thousands Withont Pope attends to just the religious Pursuits. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street Wall Paper and Window Shades OUT AND FARM PROPERTJT. Seo us about anything In real Room Mouldtogs, Picture Frames sad Window Shades Mode to Order. estate. We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 2517. Home Phone City 4464. E. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY atEvEm SIXTY PER CENT TRUSTWORTHY S08-S1- We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed TV. INCORPORATED 0 O. K. SOUTH WENZEL ST. O. RUSSELL 6659 & SONS FEAST OF THE ASSU3DPTION. Next Tuesday will be a day of abstinence, preceding tho Feast of the Assumptfbn, August 15, and which is a holy day of obligation. ST. AUGUSTINE'S. Great preparation is being made for a big lawn fete on August 20 and 22 for the benefit of St. Auguschurch tine's church on the grounds, 1308 ' West Broadway. There will be music, refreshments Many and numerous 'attractions. will attend and have the pleasure of meeting- the new pastor, Rev. Father Frankenberger. - CATHOLIC opened PRESS ASSOCIATION. The Catholic , Press Association its seventh annual convention yesterday in Washington. Matters of national Importance are before the body and the Catholic publications of the country are well represented. the silliest is the scheme to have American girls "adopt" a soldier and write to him. There is work enough to be done for the young men who have been called to the colors; but it should be done in the way. ' Starting a right school between silly girls aad strange man in the army is decidedly sot the right way. eorre-Bfunden- SnLY. the silly proposals In connection with caring for our soldiers Of all WOULD BE Food production and labor is now the problem that attracts most attention in this country, which involves the utilization and employment of men confined as prisoners. Upon this subject Thomas J. Ryan, Warden of the Colorado Penitentiary, writes as follows to tho Catholic Social Service Commission: "In my judgment 60 per cent, of the sane, men now confined in the' penal institutions, both State and Federal, of the United States are trustworthy, and if properly handled cari be made available for work anywhore in the United States. Our experience in handling honor men at tho Colorado State Penitentiary proves this beyond question. Of course there are the other 40 per cent, who are mentally defective and truly dangerous men from whom society must protect itself. Colorado is farming thousands of acres of land in its State farms with prisoners and maintaining six large road camps constantly in the construction of roads. In eight years they have constructed 1,500 miles of probably the most perfect highway of the world. Eighty per cent, of the men leaving tho institution make good citizens Insofar as we can check them up. I do not believe that the promiscuous working of convicts ' on individual farms, controlled and operated by citizens. would bo a success. I believe that large tracts could be leased or handled by the various States and the nation where the men can be properly handled by skilled overseers in tho employ of the various Institutions, who have been trained at the prison, as wo do in Colorado. . . . I believe they should bo paid a small wage. While wo do not do this in Colorado, I have always been in favor of It, for we are now doing work to the value of 2.50 per day by prisoners on the highway at a cost to the taxpayers of the State not to exceed lorty cents. The State could well afford to pay a little wage beside the good time allowance. There are 4,000 convicts who are practically going to rack and ruin from idleness in the different penitentiaries, and 2,000 of these could be producing a great deal In crops or could be employed in the construction of highways in the national parks or forest re serves in tho West. On April 11 I to sent the following telegram President AVilson on this very subject: 'May I. not suggest as an aid to increased food production that tho Government urge all States, as well as Superintendents of Federal penitentiaries, to immediately utilize their trustworthy prison population in crop production according to Colorado's plan. This would mean placing. at farm work 40 per cent, of all the men now confined In the prisons in the United States and would put at work on tho soil many thousands of men now either Idle or engaged in less profitable pursuits than crop production.' " And on this same subject Henry L. Fugua, Manager of the Louisiana State Penitentiary, has this to say: "Our pilson population is about d of which Is em 1.900. ployed in the construction of levees on the Mississippi river and the in farm 'work. We other have four plantations, the chief money crop of whlchis sugar cane, the bulk of which we manufacture ourselves Into a very important We are foodstuff, namely sugar. endeavoring to raise everything possible in tho way of foodstuff that we consume for man and beas';. about We will have this season 4,600 acres in sugar cane, 3,000 acres in corn, 200 acre's in oat-jseventy-fiv- e aeres in Irish potaioev 100 acres in sweet potatoes, and" about 150 acres in truck and vegetables of various kinds, and planted In with the eorn about 2,500 acres ol cow peas, soy beans and velvet peas, which in odr climate do not produce much In the way of peas, but do furnish a magnificent forage We- are producing or hay crop. also hogs and cattle, but are not yet in a position to produce anything like our own consumption, though all plans aad effoits are headed In that direction. We appreciate la peace times,, the value of home production, aad so yeu may realise thai we doubly appreciate able-bodione-thirtwo-thirds Both Phones 4202 CHAS. ANSON Successor to C. Molter BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Giverr Picnics and PRINTERS 1507 West Market Street Phone-Cit- y WM. AUGUSTUS Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of weddings, ice cream and Sherbets crete and Wrecking. 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Phone City 4803 S20 E. Cassin Ave. Home City 2060 cd such a policy at this time. We will do our best to 'rally around tho flag.' " FONTAINE FERRY The Big Amusement Caster RECENT DEATHS. deeDCSt Vaudeville Many friends and relatives feel High RVmmlhv for nwirirn nntt Dancing Cathcsine Nalty Albert, '330 East Ofllf flt.riAf wVllflo linma Tioa liiuvn Paulsen's Military Band cast tin. gloom by tho death of meir mrant daughter Mary Ruth. New Restaurant Her body was tenderly laid to rest Wednesday afternoon In. St. TniHn Kiddyland Other Attractions cemejery. here from Lebanon, and her funeral was' held from the Cathedral. Mrs. Rubel was well known here and leaves a wido circle of friends to mourn her death. She was fifty- nine years of ago and had lived a userul and exemplary life. Sister Mary Borgia, aged fifty-siwhose life had been snent in the service of God as a Sister of Charity, was called into eternal rest Tuesday morning at St. Agnes Sana torium, after an illness of only a week. Before joining the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth she was Miss Mary Brown, of Boston. The body was taken to Nazareth, where the funeral was held Wednesday morn x, Class ' Thursday morning tho remains of Mrs. Annio Hcffermm Rubel, beloved wlfo of John Rubel, wero brought GERMAN, BANK 1 I JErfiaaSBBBBBBBfl HBBBBBBBBBDwH NBsBBnSBSlZ V BBHIM 'SasssBBBBSlHrBI JSBjHBBSlSSlKJM fr lr FjETf WHaSSB ssTssaTaHBEl "BwiWswPie? Fifth and Market Sts. ing. e 'As Netr to You as ibe Nearest Phone'' John Schweizer, aged and foi the past twenty years con & nected with Hilmar Ehrmann FLOWERS Co., died Tuesday morning at his FUNERAL home, 712 East Main street. He is survived by a brother, Frank A Special Spray $3.00 Schweizer; a sister, Miss Christina Schweizer; three nieces and three A Special Wreath $5.00 nephews. Funeral services were held Thursday morning at St. Boni face church, where he had long been a regular communicant. sixty-thre- fourth Awnue LoutrvHr of its oldest and highly ebteemed members. Ho resided at 1125 Charles street and was for We telegraph Flowers Everywhere many years a contracting plasterer. Surviving him are six sons, John, George M., Owen, Fred, Edward and Robert Goller; two daughters, Mrs. John Dacher and Mrs. Joseph" Velt, the latter of Cincinnati; two sisters and twelve grandchildren. The funeral was held Thursday morning with solemn requiem mass. NORTON BUILDING another The death of John Goller take3 from St. Vincent de Paul's church noma. LTTAJILltlt MT tn FRED ERHART ARCHITECT N. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Curran. was held 2207 West Broadway, Wednesday morning at St. Charles Borromeo church, Rev. Father Raffo conducting the solemn obsequies. Mrs. Curran was the widow of W. R. Curran and had long been a respected resident of this city. She years old and had was sixty-thre- e been active until attacked by the complication of diseases that caused - W.Cerner Fourth and JeffersM Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces' For the next three weeks we are going to offer all of our laces at a liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and it will pay our customers to write us at once while our stock Is complete. out-of-to- her death. sons, John A. and W. A. Curran, and two daughters, Misses Mary and Surviving her are two- Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. SOCIAL SERVICE. K Ellen Curran. v BISHOP MATZ BETTER. The., R ght Rev. Bishop Matz, of the Denver diocese, who has been 111 for eighteen months, suffered a. relapse thi first or last week and After was thougnt to be dying. he .being glvejl extreme unction ralltod andjjthe last report was that he wjis.mue. better. , - The public meeting of the Sodal Service Commission at the CathoMe Federation, convention will be one of the features of the great gathering. The conservation of the family wfH be ably and Intelligently discussed by the Rev. J. W. Melody, D. D. who will have for hie theme "Theology and Birth Control," and by FIGURB6 TILVT STARTLE. Hon. Quia O'Brien, who will speak The sixteen nations at war with on divorce. Economic evils wll be of the subject of the address tp be a population Germany have delivered by the Rev. Father StrMea, Austria, Bulgaria, g. 993,157,000. i J. Germany and Turkey have a population of 158,572,000. The weight DBDIOATE HOSPITAL. of numbers is with the Allies. UnThe new St. Vincent's German the war will less ended aeon Orphan Asylum in St. Louis, costgreatly redaea these figures. ing S00,06, will be dedicated by the Apostolie Dele"aauuav stn, "ieifloia August gate. s,ueuw eiKtvaj tUA uoioo Xun it l'jr?u - i s . .&& ?' ' , gfeaJv ... - rv-As,- jycjSKTTXJOErx- i irish pjpx amkeeoajkc. 86888836868886868388883888 nit in I!'! h m i n i nW'ifrM-"M-MH"M'frM-w- HIBERNIANS. 1 Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge t What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. 1 X - I HERMAN STRAUS ' fOURTH AVEKUC SONS MARKET STBECT COPOArco (. CLOTHING SPECIALISTS I 1 We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. meet Monday Division 4 will evening. ball teahi will The Hibernian play the Orioles tomorrow. Squire John O'Brien, of Division 4, was renominated by the DemoJr NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON aaLJ .&, LaMaM mp h ft 'i THE PLACE TO BUY tSIBw Bw 15,000 Yards White and Colored Waist CLOTHING At cut prices just now. W) be undersold at cut prices or regular prices, but now we are clearing stock for room making. $15.00 VALUES Reduced to $20.00 VALUES Reduced to $25.00 VALUES Reduced to $30.00 VALUES Reduced to At no time can nic. crats last Saturday. Everyone Is still talking about the big success of Will McDon-oghbaby show at the recent pic- 's '.bVjBJBjbJv pBjPJfe and Dress Materials on Sale 50c Fancy White Voiles 20c Extra . special purchaso of about 200 pieces of extra find grades of Whito Voiles and Organdies, with woven checks and stripes; also somo with silk stripes; these aro all regular 50c materials; while they last, your choice, per yard 20c 50c White Tiquo 35c 20 pieces only on an extra heavy and soft finish "White Piquo Skirting; these are 36 Inches wide; this Pique is woll worth 50c a yard; while they last, per yard 85c 25c Underwear Crcpo 15c Whito Underwear Crepe; of soft French finish grade; 30 Inches wide in plain and stripe styles; tho regular price is 25c a yard; Monday special, per yard 15c 25c Whito English Repp 18c White Repp Suiting; this is a splendid weight forladles' skirts; also for children's suits and dresses; this is a width and our regular 25c number; Monday, special, per yard 18c Novelty Sport Fabrics 25c 40c Special purchaso of 150 pieces of novelty sport material; these aro stripe combination designs, and a full range of tho season's newest colorings; there are values In this special lot up to 49c a yard; whilo they last, per yard 25c 75c Sport Gnberdines 30c Special purchaso of ono lot about 40 pieces of Burton Br 03. lino English Gabardines in a beautiful range of new sport styles and colorings; there are stripes and figured designs; if bought in the regular way, this material would sell at 75c a yard; whilo they last, yard 30c 36-ln- ch $11.90 $15.90 $19.90 $22.90 Cool Cloth Suits Palm Beach Suits t h!"1'1' "Mi"" iMi nun ntrn itium mi i 1 1 $6, $6.50, $7.50, $8, $9, $12.50. $15. The best values in the city. Look at 'em. i 1 1 1 1 Charley Finegan, of Division 3, and Tom Garvey, of Division 4, are again on the Democratic Council-mani- c ticket. Members are requested to make immediate returns for their picnic tickets to division Secretaries or picnic committee. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Lake-vieOre., have purchased the "Bunting Corner," opposite the Court House Square, for a building site. Connecticut Hibernians are busy so arranging members that throughout the State can attend the national convention at San Francisco next year. One of the most interesting meeting held for some time in Minneapolis took place Monday night, when the Irish History Club met with tho Ladies' Auxiliary. Indianapolis Hibernians are preparing for their annual Irish day celebration on August 22. This Is one of tho big days of the year in the Hoosler capital. Judge James County President Twomey says Windham county will show a .great gain In membership at the next Connecticut State convention, which will be held in w, BEN C. BECKMANN, Democratic Nominee for RepreLegissentative Forty-sixt- h lative District. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Twin S88868S88Se8888S8S8S8SS FINAL CLEAN UP! W. IIIMI dTft 4M-4- - I Summer Footwear At 5H CLi Fairfield county Hibernians will Hibernians have this month at Bridgeport the Bertrands greatest field day over known In Trinity Connectltcut, for which tho best athletes in New England will be entered. celebrating his silver After Jubilee mass the Rev. J. E. Malone, of Fort Worth, Texas, was presented a silver purse by the Ladles' Auxiliary, to which he has been a warm friend. Tho Windham County Board meeting at Dayton, Conn.s was attended by 200 members, who were entertained at dinner at the Ken nedy Hotel. A similar meeting will be held at Wllllmantlc on October State and county officers and members of the Ladles' Auxiliary of Indlananolls visited Fort Harrison and presented Father Rochford, the chaplain, with an abundant supply of reading matter for the soldiers. With Chaplain Rochford as their guest tho ladles enjoyed a real picnic dinner. Mobile Hibernians will have a monster field day August 18 for the fund for dependents of mem This Is bers who go to tho war. the first appearance of the Ancient Order before the public In Mobile In seventeen years. Chairman John A. Hughes and Messrs. William M. Armstrong, M. J. McDermott. William M. Rooney, James II. Glennon, Harry G. Dodds and Ed J. Hlgglns will make this field day a patriotic success. 21. class. The results of tho games In the City last Sunday afternoon pretty nearly insured the pennant flag for the K. of C. team. To begin with the Knights defeated the Hibernians 11 to 2, while Mackln and the Orioles, their closest competitors, lost. Mackln lost a heartbreaking contest to the rejuvenated Champs by a score of 9 to 8, while heavy hitting Imperials the trimmed the Orioles in a 11 to 10 game. Trinity gave Manager Wolfe and the spectators a distinct surprise, leading until the fatal seventh, the defense blowing up then and the Bertrands secured seven scores, the game ending 16 to 11. Tomorrow's schedule Is as follows: K. of C. vs Imperials, Bertrands vs. Mackln, Hibernians vs. Orioles and Champs vs. Trinity. The standing to date: Won Pet. The Ancient Order was founded Lost In Portland, Ore., forty years ago. K.ofC 933 14 The anniversary will be made a big Mackin .733 4 ii event with a grand exemplification Orioles .667 to 5 6 .600 of the degree work for a large Champions 9 . Dan-bur- y. Imperials o 7 0 3 8 9 12 15 .467 .400 ,200 .000 30c White Organdies 10c Whito Organdies; of a flno sheer woven quality In a width, and thero aro only 18 pieces in this lot, and theso aro good values at 39c; Monday, special, per yard 10c 30c Gubardino Skirting 25c Gaberdine Skirting in a plain and woven design; these aro 36 inches wide and nro regular 39c gabardines; Monday, special, per yard . ,25c 50c Novelty Dress Voiles 27c This is on extra special buy of about 200 pieces of extra flno Whito Voile, with fancy colored woven stripe and check; all of tho colorings are yarn dyed; theso materials aro all new and deslrablo styles; they aro 36 Inches wido and values up to 50c; whilo they last, yard .27c Tissues and Voiles 15c Your choico of over 100 styles of Tissues, Voiles and Organdies; theso aro floral, figured, Sport and etripo designs, in a beautiful rango of colorings to select from; thero aro values up to 25c in the lot; whilo they last, per yard . . . .15c Dross Gingham 12J$c 2,000 yards of short mill remnants of Zephyr Dress Ginghams; thero are plain colorings, also stripes and plaids and checks; tha lengths are up to 8 yards; they 6ell from tho bolt at 170 a yard; while they last, per yard 35c Madras Shirting 17c 1,800 yards of mill remnants of Colored Madras Shirting; thoro 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; whdlo tho lot lasts, por yard 17c 40-ln- ch . two-thre- ad 17c 12c KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS mmmmmtmi BE SURE TO CALL FOR Late News That Will Interest Members Here and McKENNA Decisive Price Reductions The most notable values of the present season! in highest grade footwear for every member of the! fatuity are offered during this event. $3.45 $2.45 $1..5 $1.45 CHILDREN'S Mary Jane Pumps at to buy for the future at these prices. is advisable MEN will find any style at "WOMEN may choose from fifty styles at BOYS can get ffne Oxford or School Shoes at tsmW Democratic ALLEN E. SMITH, Nominee for Assessor. County HAPPILY WEDDED. Ono of the prettiest weddings of the year in New Albany was that of Miss Anna Eva Gobmaain and Gilbert Edward (Powell, well known young people of that city, who wero married at St. Mary's church at 6 o'clock Saturday morning. The Rev. It k 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVENUE. g$ ...GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR High in Heat. INCORPORATED. HOMES TJSEJ. How in Ash. S6ANL0N GOAL COMPANY NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Home City 405 Comb. South 415 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the home la brightest; Where the work la lightest; Where the meal la cooked host; Where the range stand Where work la qulcklj done; Where cooking seems real fan; Whero baking gives delight; Where drudge ia out of sight the That's where "Quick Meal" cornet la. the test where That's the "Qalck Meal" comes , Qtiiek Meal Gae ilaxtei Sold, Installed and Highly Recomraaadatl GEHER & SON, N. J. BAHN8N. P. BAXNOH, JR., 215 W. MARKET ST. T. K. MERWEE. ttMHiuinitinniiiiiiiiiiHMMiiinmnn rm. ttlfr. Hm tm. & Trix. 5WHnr. iR BANNON PIPE ) CO. BrkK, . Sewer i Calvert Pipe, rateat aaaeB's Grate lmim ripe BtlcK T Jire Free! a, Flae LiBiai. Fir HOME WOUKS xer Meant tenaaiu. Wall Ceilarf, Drain Tile, Ytarlfie aaa Bailer Tile, Creaaa Fire Clay, Calamey OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. 573-1780. (ii n 1 11 13tk tad Brack, aatf Magnolia Ave., Bet. ?tk aa& t9tU 1 1 1. 1 1 nimi 111 ii 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i nn 1 nn Loahrrille, Ky Terre Haute has collected $5,000, CLOSING GAMES. exceeding its quota uy $1,000. The people of that city are Justly proud The Louisville ball team will of their success. close their present home stay with Over $77,000 was collected In Pinlnmhiia Inmnrrnw. irnlnir on the Indiana the first three days of the road then for the rest of the month. campaign. At noon Wednesday Inlast If the Colonels can repeat dianapolis had raised $17,144.90. week's dose today and tomorrow It has been decided to hold the acainst Columbus tho fans will be SACRED HEART ACADEMY. biennial supreme convention of the satisfied. The good more than of the Alhambra In Syracuse, showing made against Indianapolis Pupll3 and friends of the Sacred order Monday Tuesday, SepManager Clymer's Heart Academy, Crpscent Hill, felt N. Y 3 and 4, and delegates to be this week proves the tember Is elated rnnlnnilnn that tho nennant race when they learned that the guests of Navarro Caravan of not yet settled and the short space Mother Angela, Superior of tho that city. between the coioneis ana uoosiers Ursullne Sisters, had been K Brooklyn's Idea In establishing a i.m pnsllv hft cut down between now for another three-yea- r term. The Speakers of and September 19, especially when choice was a most happy one and Knights for theColumbus of young It Is taken Into consideration that means much for the Institutions Bureau orators, training followed by Catholic there are six games yet to oe piayea over which she presides. Her as- New York, Is now first NONE BETTER initiated also In NONE PURER between the two teams. The real sistants will be Sister Adelaide, Chicago, whero a similar bureau Is In fhn Inr.il fans this Dast Sister Fulgentla, Sister Isadore, being established. . is week was the playing and hitting of Sister Sophia. The Treasurer and Aside from transportation who by Sister Loretto. Corrldon, John (Red)) hotel accommodations, everything long odds Is the most popular will be free at tho Cedar Point outninvpr who fivfir donned a uniform. K. OF O. OUTING. ing for Knights of the Central and ho has secured that prestige by week of this month. CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, The local council of the Knights States, tho lastnow thirty-on- e his euorts ai an umes 10 give mo caraThere are of Columbus will give their annual vans In the Order of tho Alhambra, best he had In him. outing at Fern Grove next Thursday whose membership Js limited exand the steamer Pilgrim has been clusively to Knights of Columbu3. CLALMS RECORD. secured for the day. As the outing One of the principal features of IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE A fnrmpr nifimhnr of the Church Is confined to members and their Alhambra convention will be Conception, New- families only one trip will be made the erection and dedication of an of the Immaculate the port, Ky says that the statement there being no afternoon boat. Alhambra memorial tablet to mark In the Kentucky Irish American Chairman George H. Naber, of the tho place in Syracuse where mass Committee, is ar- was celebrated for the first time in ago referring to the Entertainment some time large number of priests from St. ranging a programme of games and New York State. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. promises his and John's church was in error wnen amusements boat It stated that the record was held guests a real good time. The at, BOWLING GREEN. 9 In speaking of will leave First street wharf by that parish. i?niiAr TTranpln Martin's first mass o'clock, and returning will leave A feeling of sadness pervaded INCORPORATED and ordination it was said that he Fern Grove at 5:30, Catholic circles in Bowling Green PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, wna fh ninth Driest ordained from on Monday, when Miss Mary Agnes O. Y. 51. N. U. constituted a St. John's and nine Kister died at tho homo of her parState record. Our Newport claiments, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kister. annual convention She was graduated from St. Joseph's Tho forty-thir- d Newport church A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Caie mf ant says that the thom of the Catholic Young Men's Na- School in Juno, 1916, capturing the has furnished ten and names as follows: Three Fathers Kehoe, tional Union will bo held in Phila- Kniehts of Columbus medal. Besides T?a4Vmr fRnrlv Fnther Maher. delphia, beginning Friday, August her parents sho leaves two sisters, Father Kelly, Father Ryan, Father 17, and continuing until August Misses Florence and Margaret Kis22. Each organization is entitled ter, and a brother, John Francis Connolly. Seven of that number, to representation of five delegates Kister, of Detroit, Mich. Her fuExtra Pale Lager Peerless Common and five alternates, and every vis- neral was conducted by tho Rev. hointr Father Maher1. Father Cook 4 itor Is entitled not only to a seat Father Hayes, the church being Due to the treat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, In tho convention, tout also to par- thronged with friends as a mark and one or the gainers is.enoe. ticipate in all the privileges ex- of respect and sympathy for tho and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. tended to delegates and alternates. bereaved family. GOOD FERRY BILL. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Robert T. Burke, of Louisville, w tf pnu an IAm linnittlnn mrlll Orand President ... PARISH SEND-OFof the Atlantic ucuunco nawau i Heme Phone 191J Cumb. Phone West 191 be portrayed in the theater at Fon- - Jurisdiction of the Y. M. I., will In fit. VInefint Ferrer's narlsh hv be a delegate, and will endeavor to T.'ni.Mf Tovlr tinvt waaV nnA Jonla and her company of native , bring all the Catholic young men's New York Cityto has Just given a the parish young farewell party slneers and dancers. Jonla has societies into one organization, on men who have donned the uniform been called "The Pearl of Hawaii." . lines quite similar to those of the of Uncle Sam, In the National lire Y. M. C. A. is a rapia Valand Gamoie nnarrl nnw nitifltnred into Federal calculator and no arithmetical service, aro seventy of the St. Vin SIIELUYVILLE. nrnMom In inn difficult for him to WCOarOttATED cent Ferrer Athletic Club memners, solve. Misa Dorothy Earle, a sing- twenty-fiv- e Junior members of the The lawn fete last week for the tag comedienne, comes nere wiaeiy Society .the heralded, while' Frances and Nord benefit of the Church of the An- Holy Name Lyceum, and forty aoftotal making a Dominican, should be diverting in a singing nunciation at Shelbyvllle was by of 155 from that one parish. All grand success and was attended and dancing specialty. Haiel were given oaagea ui "The Girl With the Ropes' a number of Father Riley's friends ot the boysTToarf anil Wlfl(lla at the W Mat all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for parity, strength , eacejtoet gross rehould please. Paulien's Military from Louisville. The exceptionally hn 9ar0(l Blessed Virgin by the Dominican $427, ceipts were DEUSBR, AUaagerf , Leulsvllie, Ky. GRUBER Band continues to attract and fathers. large for a parish in a small city. please largejnumberi. 35.389. Goh-man- Jasper, a lifelong friend of the brides family, performed the ceremony, which was witnessed by a large number of tho relatives and friends of the bridal couple. Her man L. Vernla and Karl H. Goh- mann, a brother of the bride, were tho attendants. Following the cere mony a wedding breakfast was served at tho home of tho bride's parents, Mr, and Mts. Frank 503 East Elm street, after which the bridal couple departed for French Lick for a brief honeymoon. On their return they will reside in Loulsvlllo temporarily. n, Father Chrysostom, O. S. B., of The total membership on July 1 389,311. Evansville. is credited with over $5,000 for tho camp fund. Kentucky has twenty councils with a membership of 3,633. There was a net increase of twenty-nin- e councils the past year. In Fort Wayne and Allen county over ?9,000 was raised for the war camp fund. Tho total assets of the order, exclusive of special funds, are over ?7.500,000. The Knights of New Albany and Floyd county raised $1,877 for the war camp fund, ?877 over their quota. New York leads with a member ship of 54,431, followed by Illinois with 44,442 and Massachusetts with was WHISKY j IT IS ALWAYS PURE. J? IH. W McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky? THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED wmmmssmmmi iPSBBEBHe SMRHWOTHHH&B YELLOWSTONE 00. WHISKEY TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. LOUISVILLE, ICY. The Great American Distillers Of ' SOUR MASH PURS RYH OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH'' BM W. 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