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Kentucky Irish American: August 18, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917081801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 18, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. a SMOKE Lady Dash 10c Liltle A. J. 5c Best Cigars Made VOLUME XXXIX. TARPY'S Kentucky Irish American NO. 7. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1917. and urbane of men. I could not conceive him hurting anything or any ono wantonly. Like all the In Gaelic other leaders nurtured ' League idealism, Ireland is to him not so much a country as a religion, for which a man should shrink from no sacrifice." Louisville Subscribes Liberally Eamonn de Valera is thirty-fou- r to Catholic Cantonment years of age. In appearance he has the ivory shallowness and deep, Fund. passionate eyes of his Spanish descent. Ho Is very tall, very muscular and full of nervous vitality. rUCS Ant Mff KAM.YTHANMHW SCREENS Dow Wire & Iron Works Will Protect Yob T-&Z- PllOIie PRICE FIVE CENTS. ham programme Is carried to a successful Issue In November. Everyone knows that the latter machine will only be for the ticket In spots and will accord only Christian support to the candidates who are not avowed supporters of proby hibition, Beckham for and Col. P. H. Callahan for United States Senator against OUie James. All of these should have no direct bearing on local contests and the expounders of those issues should be squelched early. Scl-on- DE VALERA American Born Irish Loader Whose Personality Is Worth Studying. IliB $1 8,000 Francis of Assist, $234; St. James, 12,314.50; St. Edward's, $141.50. Holy Name, $70; St. Division Ann's, $84.55; St. Helen's, $135; St. Louis Bertrand, $2,469.50; St. William's, $61; Holy Cross, $363.-5St. George, $112; St. Peter's, 4- BRUMLEVE Only Pleasing Republicans IRELAND Rumored John Redmond May Retiro From Irish Pnrty Leadership. . co 0; Idea Is That of an Entirely Free and Independent Ireland. Predicted Ho May Soou Super7 scde the Venerable Count Soliciting all contributions for Institution of Mayoralty tho Louisville quota was under auspices of the Catholic Conservation Contest. Council. J. C. Murphy is Chairman of tho Campaign Executive Committee. Mr. Murphy presided at Steve McEIliott and St. Louis Sunday night's meeting, where ad- His Vote a Big Surprise and dresses wore made by the Right Due to Effect of Another Bertrand's Lead Our City O'Donaghue, Rev. Bishop Denis Secretary Camden R. McAtee, the Unco Parishes. Rev. Father George W. Schuhmann, E. J. Bosler, S. J. McEIliott, Robert Watson, Bundschu and Frank Senator Sam Robertson Issues Great Enthusiasm Prevailed at Grand Knight John P. Cassllly. Wink-U- p $288.40. Recent Party Reverses and Poor Health Causes of His Action. .-, Plunltctt. ONLY THIRTY-FOUR saHsH fWH' KSHbV KMKm r LaaBBBasasasasaS Meeting day Night. WERE Sun- CORRECT RECORD. Manly Statement Concerning Generally Agreed Tliat J. Devlin Will Succeed Ulm As Position. LOCAL Chairman. MUDDIED asasasaH s" jiIBubB sHFMaBsasasasHsV YEARS OLD PROTESTANTS GENEROUS .S irv LaaaaLaar eats. of the hour LouisOne of the men The drive for $15,000, W OlBsaar whose jersonalltles and alms are ville's quota for the Knights of Columbus $1,000,000 war fund, has most worth studying Is Eamonn de met with such cordial Valera, the young American born from Catholics and Irish leader, who is most frenowadays by throughout the city that President quently described as J. C. Murphy announces that the others than his own following sum asked has been greatly over"the Stormy Petrel of .Sinn Fein." subscribed. In fact, so spontaneous Even before DeValera had won hi3 has been tho response to the first sensational election victory in East S. J. M'ELLIOTT, appeal that there is every reason to Clare, where he captured for Sinn Fein by a majority of 2,976 the Captain of St. Louis JJertrand's and believe that even the additional sum of $20,000 that may be asked seat of the late Major William RedWinner of First Honors in for will bo augmented far in excess mond, a popular hero, 'had held for K. of C. Campaign. of that amount. A most gratifying the Nationalists, it had been predicted that this perfervid advocate REARREST IRISH VOLUNTEER. development of the campaign for pure and the fund was the splendid encourof Irish republicanism simple would soon supersede the Austin Stack, a member of the agement and aid given by Bishop venerable Count Plunkett as leader Tralee Irish Volunteers, who was O'Donaghue and .the clergy of alone" party. sentenced to penal servitude for life Louisville and the work of the four of the "ourselves This on the ground that extreme for complicity In tho Irish rebellion district leaders Joseph O. Klrchdor-fe- r movements always advance at the of April, 1916, Dr. C. A. Edelen Henry Bosse but who subsegait of the quickest marchers. Now quently was released under an and Dr. Bernard!. O'Connor and De that in direct consequences of vic- amnesty, was rearrested Monday their parish chairmen, and espenight in the crowd which was cially tho assistance of William A. Valera's triumph following the & tories of Sinn Felners in South awaiting the arrival In Dublin of Relsert, President of Bonnie Longford and North Roscommon William Cosgrave, tho newly-electe- d Co. were Most liberal subscriptions there is talk that the Irish Na- Sinn Fein member of Parliament Ballard tionalist party may resign in a body for Kilkenny. It Is understood that received from and let the country as a whole ex- Stack was arrested In connection & Ballard, William Heyburn and L. press its opinion on the Sinn Fein with the celebration In Tralee on R. Atwood giving $250 each. Among Count Plunkett's superses- the anniversary of the execution the number who subscribed $100 policy. sion by his younger comrade is of Sir Roger Casement. Arrange- were F. M. Sackett, Judge A. P. virtually certain. That kindly, eld- ments had been made for a demon- Humphrey, Judge R. W. Bingham, erly insurrectionist simply can not stration In honor of Cosgrave at Henry B. Gorln and James G. Klr-wa- n. Subscriptions of $50 were stand the pace set by Eamonn de the Sinn Fein headquarters in Valera, the darling of the Jacobins Westmoreland street, but police made by John W. Price, Starks Braden, of today in Ireland. De Valera will cordons prevented the people .from Realty Company, George not even consider what in England assembling. Cosgrave addressed Addison Dlmmltt, R. C. Judge, John Is thought the Count's one cogent the crowd, however, from the win- W. Barr, Jr. Others who gave genIdea of an independent Sinn Fein dows of the Sinn Fein Club on erously were Dr. William Cheatham, representation at the world confer- James street. He said tho Sinn Arch Hamilton, C. C. HIeatt, Evenence which is to endeavor to estab- Felners had no quarrel with the ing Post, Henry Almstedt, Alex. G. lish firmly tho foundations of peace English people, but only with the Barrett, J, Burge, Stauart A. Dunafter the world war. British Government. The Sinn Feln- can, Elmer H. Hancock, Alfred Security Bank, De Valera's idea is that of an ers would not foe dominated by Struck, German entirely independent Ireland, the Germany, he declared, and If Ger- William A. Burnett, Byck Bros., world forgetting if not by the world many tried to dominate them the Benslngdr Outfitting Company, R. forgot. In the contest that resulted Irishmen would .give Gerjnany a L. Page, Ida W. Barnes, P. S. Ray, In Eamonn de Valera's being elected proper answer. Goldstein & Moseson, Ben Schul-ma- n, to represent East Clare in the ImM. Sabel & Son and some othperial Parliament tho Sinn, Felners ers whose names we did not obtain. HONOR OUH RED CROSS. rally Sunday night tho wind-u- p made no secert of their alms. They are out in the first place to smash The Red Cross of Louisville and was held at the Knights of Columconstitutionalism, for which the other Kentucky cities stands right bus Hall, when the results were Parliamentary party stands, and in at me top or the ladder. Kentucky made known and were received with tho second place to "wage war until, has been selected toy the national tremendous good feeling, followed as they themselves have put it, headquarters as the State In which with wild applause when announce"sovereign Independence has been the first State convention will be ment was made that St. Louis Berwon toy Ireland." They claim, and held because of the great progress trand's parish and Chairman S. J. the result of tho last three elec- made by the Kentucky chapters. McEIliott had carried off the honor tions shows that thero is some After the Kentucky convention sim- of contributing the largest amount. foundation for their claim, to be the ilar meetings will be held Iri all Only subscriptions which actually strongest politcal party now in Ire- the other States on the Kentucky have been turned in to headquarters land. Unrepresented 'by choice at model. The convention will be "held during the week were counted; oththe Irish convention, they will de- at Lexington, August 22 and 23, ers are known to bo out and it is cline to be bound by any decision for the purpose of discussing Red believed tho final report will show Cros3 methods. Harvey D. Gibson, something like $18,000 raised. Secat which it may arrive. t Eamonn de Valera, the new re- of Washington, and Miss Florence retary Camden McAteo has two publican chief, was one of the few Marshall, Director of the National clerks In his office arranging the active Sinn Fein leaders who es- Woman's Bureau, have both an- subscription lists in parish and caped the penalty of death after nounced their intention of attend- alphabetical order, and until this the Easter week rising In Dublin in ing and gathering information as work Is completed a detailed state1915, where in the disposition of to Kentucky methods, which will ment can not be made. The money battle he was commandant of the later be put In practice throughout will go Into tho Catholic war fund, ringside area. As picturesque a tho country. Several of the leading which will be used in providing flguro as tho romantic Countess workers In the Louisville Chapter chaplains, buildings and other Marklevicz, he wa3 condemned, like will attend the convention, among necessities for Catholic nien her, to penal servitude for life and, them being Mls3 Edith Lovell, Mrs. at the sixteen national cantonments. her, released In the general S. Thruston Ballard, Mrs. Harry The fund was fixed originally at tike Bishop, Miss Harriett and Mrs. Ben $1,000,000, tout later was raised to" amnesty to Sinn Fein prisoners. apBayless. Secretary William E. Mor- $3,000,000. De Valera's Irish patriotism Louisville's final quota pears to be all the more Intense by row, of the Board of Trade, Is also will be $35,000, or $20,000 in addireason of the fact that he was born expected to attend. An Illustration tion to the $15,000 assigned to the In New York and that his father, of tho rapidity and thoroughness city for obtalnment during the last Vivian de Valera, was a Spaniard. with which the Louisville Chapter week, His mother, however, whose maiden Is doing all Its work is seen in the St. Louis Bertrand parish carried name was Kate Coll, came from fact that Hospital Unit D has al oft the honor of contributing the County Limerick. America lld not ready been completely equipped. largeRt amount. 'The team in this hold Eamonn long, as at the age of The Louisville Chapter expended parish, of which S. J. McEIliott was two he was brought over to Ireland 15000 for the equipment, every Chairman, collected $2,469.50. St. and dwelt with his mother's folk. cent of which was spent in Louis- James parish, of whose team Al A& hb.vgrew into boyhood he took ville, the policy of the 'Red Cross Vogel was Chairman, contributed every (advantage of the somewhat being that all money must be spent the largest amount, second to hand, limited' schooling and at home when possible. The Third division, em$2,314.50. afterward went to Blackrock Colbracing the parishes east of First lege, where he was esteemed as NEW ALBANY. street and south of Broadway, much for his athleticism as his brought in the largest amount of scholarship. From Blackrock he Tho marriage of Miss Gertrude subscriptions of any section In the gained a science Gurtz and Sherman MInton, prom- city. The workers In this division, mathematical scholarship for the National Uni- inent New Albany young people, on of which Joseph C. Klrchdorfer Is versity. Mathematics are not ro- Saturday,, night at the home of the Chairman, collected $5,659J7, The mantic, but th'ey had an overpower- bride, 610 East Market stieet, was Fourth division, west of First and ing attraction for the romantic De announced Monday The Rev. south of Broadway, of which Dr. Valera. Charles Curran, pastor of Holy A. Edelen is Chairman, passion than Trinity church, performed the cere- Sarles A more violent with $3,613.95. The mathematics, however, seized upon mony, which was witnessed only by Second division, west of First and him when he took up the study of members of the family and a few north of Broadway, was third, with the Gaelic tongue. It became with close friends. Walter Heazlltt was contributions totaling $3,445.60, him an obsession, which was not the only attendant. The couple de- and the First division, east of First lessened by his marriage in 1910 to parted Sunday on a wedding trip and north of Broadway, Henry Hiss S. O'Fiannigan, one of the to Chicago and the Lakes. The uosse Chairman, was fourth with capable "most and enthusiastic bride, who is a niece of the Misses $2,526.60. Miscellaneous subscrippropagandist members of the Gaelic LaFalfre, Is a graduate of the New tions totaled $1,510.10, the largest League. He Joined the Irish volun- Albany High School and St. among these being those of J. P. Academy teer when they were first formed, at Terre Dant and John F. Oertel. and later, when the split occurred, Haute. Mr. MInton is an attorney The parish subscriptions reported took aide with the talrenslgeants in New Albany and a member of the were as follows: against the constitutional body, the Officers 'Reserve Coips. He is a Division 1 Blessed Sacrament, I, N, V., which followed John Red- graduate ot Mie New Albany High $2; St. Boniface, $701.50; St. JoGaelic was then put aside School r and the Indiana University, seph, $162.80; St. Michael's, $206; mond. M a central Interest and De Valera and finished his education at Yale. St. Aloyslus, $136; St. John, $572; took up military matters with ttie St. Martin. $188; St. Francis of Rome, $346; Holy Trinity, $212.50. OTRONTOWN, lereest energy. A friend and pupil of his, one of Division 2 Cathedral. $1,204.50; St. JMward's church at Jefferson-tow- n Church of the Immaculate Concepof the the most distinguished younger Dublin poets, saya of D will give a summer festival tion, $166; Sacred Haart, $125; St. St. Anthony's', $72S; Valera at this time: "Ha mastered (next Wednesday at Oeehstia'e Or-- Patrick's, all Um science of war in a very iwuru, ua cne jeaerwMiown car $417.60; St. Cecilia, $206; St. Ha used to discuss line. Oaw will run ereny half hour Charles Borroraeo, tow month. $694.60; St. military operation Vitb me with, after 2 o'clock, and cHy folk are Columba, $8. Division Z St. Mary Magdalene, the itstnMH of a child, and at' Invited to oona out with their famThar $S0; .9U Paul's, $204.60: St. honM ne would spend bears study- ilies and enjoy tttemselrea, -ing tactics ssrltlt chessman a sol. will be tun and anraatntsat tor all, Philip Neri. $226; Holy, trinity, 5 and ke chicken tfttwer that will bo nZf.it): Bl Brigid's, WC.7T St. diers, r twenty-t-v- e a will be iltabei'g, $87; St. miest da The saw friend adds: ''Pattern--all- serve Paul's. $22.60; St. AnS, $5(3; St Banana is the meat obUdllk worth going miles for, non-Cathol- aaaaaaVHkroisasaH non-Catholi- Editor Kentucky Irish American: In your last lsse a correspondent compares St. John's record of nine priests with that of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in New port. Ky. The representatives of St. John's have never claimed anything like a "State record," though some such flattering statement may have been added by your publication. St. John's has only claimed the credit of nine living priests, all engaged in the work of this diocese, whereas the Newport claimant gives the names of only seven living priests of the Immaculate Conception parish, and from tho Church Directory it appears that not all of them are priests of the Covington diocese. If St. John's eho'uld add Its priests that are In oflher dioceses or deacesed, the number would swell to at east thirteen. St. great honor, too, of John's has the laying some claim to the present Vicar General of the Covington diocese to which. Newport belongs, the Very Rev. Josepjt A. Flynn, who was baptized, attended school and was confirmed at St. John's. Whilst this parish of Newport has every reason to bo proud of its record and deserves general congratulations, Its correspondent has not contributed any Information decisive on the question of a "State record." A Representative of St. John's 1 WATER BEINfi iiiil aSnlaBaB 'V:lsaH SINN FEINERS SHOWING ACTIVITY FATHER CRANE'S JURILEE. Yesterday the Rev. D. F. Crane, one of the best known priests in the Louisville dlocese celebrated the golden anniversary of his ordination to the holy priestilood. Father Crane preferred a quletj and religious observance of the evnt, ono that does 6BaBaV6a, & iv "fCiiHMi jaBSSSSBJHBflBJBSSSBSjHKflLe' J'$vi " aBaBaHasaBflaBaVBai&': BSSSSSSSSSSSjaBBSSSSSSSSSSHBBgr 6aBSSSSJS jbbbbbbFv .a ... SSBHSJBJt; jaafeteiaaaHfiar sjHBL7SjHP?HQBtflHj ..sYWjsKSBsaMiiiHHaffil&3LiE us not come to many, and celebrated his jubilee mass at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, where ho has n been the beloved and faithful years, for the past twenty-thre- o but not without knowing that his frionds, both priests and laymen, would remember him In their prayers. Born In Louisville, he early showed Inclination and fitness for the priestly life. On completing his studies in Louvaln, Belgium, Father Crane was ordained on August 17, 1867, in Mallnes, tho Cathedral city of the diocese In which is situated the city of Louvaln. He at once returned to Louisville, the city of his birth, and bin life as a priest has b$en spent at St. Patrick's church in this city, at Lebanon and Owensboro, and as teacher at St. Joseph's College at Bardstown and Preston Park Seminary until becom ing chaplain at Sts. Mary and Eliza beth Hospital. His has been an active and useful life that insures its heavenly reward. "That he may be spared to celebrate his diamond Jubilee Is the earnest wish of both his Catholic and Protestant friends, whd are legion, chap-lail- TRIBUTE TO O'REILTiY. The members of the Massachusetts Chapter of the Ametlcan Society paid a Irish Historical graceful tribute to the memory of John Boyle O'Reilly, the Irish poet On Wednesday they and writer. held a field day at Hull and erected a memorial tablet at the Public Library building, which during O'Reilly's ,life was the summer Joseph I. C. home of 'the poet. Clark, President General of the society, had charge of the arrangements and presided over the exercises, which ware attended by many born people of note. O'Reilly-win Ireland, and in his young manhood was organiser of the Fenian Brotherhood, entering the British army to enroll recruits for the Irish republic. Ha was arrested, tried and sentenced to death, but the sentence was commuted to a Ufa term and he was transported to Australia. Ha escaped from Australia oa the American ship Oaaelle, and reaching bia country wtUad la Boston. Hs haaatwa a leadlag poat and editor of ttw Boston Pilot, 4w th arehdloesaK Cataollc yatper. as Mary's-of-the-Wo- od The old adage, which runs "All the world loves a lover," Is often construed "All tho world loves a good loser," this applying equally In business, politics and games of chance, the last two being synonymous, as politics Is but a game of chance. On the other hand nothing but expressions of contempt aro heard for the man who does not accept defeat gracefully or plays the role of welcher, no matter If there may be merit attached to his claim. With this in mind, it Is not hard to dlagndso public sentiment In regard to Ben Brumleve, the defeated candidate for Mayor, who has Instituted suit against Charley Cronan, his successful opponent. On all sides his actions are being condemned and it Is alleged that the Blnews of war for the contest are being furnished by the local Republican machine. Certainly those who are furnishing the money for tho contest have no other thought than that of causing dissension In the Democratic ranks and promoting the success of the Republican ticket. As for the merits of Brumleve's contest, there are none. There never was a time at any stage of tho campaign when Brumleve had of defeating the slightest chanco His Cronan for the nomination. mud slinging on the stump, his padded pay roll charges, which were refuted, all served to disgust Democratic voters, and when he came through the primary with 5,000 votes many were surprised, and none less probably than Brumleve and his managers. As stated before, Brumleve was the last man chosen to make the race against the or- ganlzatlon, and so hopeless was the cause considered that not a Brumleve backer would wager that he would carry a ward In the city or receive 3,000 votes. It is generally understood that the extra couple of thousand votes was given to Brumleve as a protest against the methclique, ods of the In who had Injected personalities Incidentally Brumanother race. leve's vote knocked the cut and diied programme Into a cocked hat. When the expected small Brumleve vote was to be announced his friends would yell robbery and fraud, and then announce their withdrawal from the party or In stitute a contest. But the big vote took them off their feet and ten days elapsed before the Republican plan of contest could be carried out,. of As an indication Brumleve's strength It Is only necessary to re fer to the 1915 primary when he was badly beaten In every ward but two by Ray BIzot, a first starter, and with that as a line no one would concede him a chance against Charley Cronan. In direct contrast to tho attitude of Brumleve Is that of Senator Sam Robertson, who in a visit to the office of the Kentucky Irish American Thursday said that ho would not of contest for tho nomination Sneriff and that he was still the same loyal Democrat as always, and would be found in the future battling for Democracy and its principles. There can be no gainsaying the fact that Senator Robertson emerged from his contest a strong man even in defeat. His Tace Is still the talk of the town. Opposed by every Democratic ward Chairman and leader In Louisville on one side and the Woodruff candidacy and campaign barrel on the other, he votes, being received over 6,000 only 2, ()00 short of the nomination. His vote was over 1,000 larger than Brumleve's and yet in view of that he bows gracefully to the decision returned at the polls. The local Democratic nartv needs men of the strength and caliber of Senator Robertson and his large following of friends hope that he will receive due recognition. It is but fair to mention here that Senator Robertson's campaign was ably handled by "Billy" McDevitt, wh"b showed himself to be an organizer of real ability and will be heard from in the future in local contests. At a meeting of the General Council Tuesday evening Councilman Jerome Klna;, of the Fourth ward, was the recipient, of many congratulations because of receiving the highest Councllmanlc vote In the recent primary, Thomas J. Campion, a hustling and popular Democrat of long standing, was sworn In as Alderman at this same meeting, receiving many beautiful floral designs. Squire John Adams received the certificate in the official count for Magistrate in the Eighth Magisterial district, and surprised many who believe that politicians, like pugilists, can't eooie Haly-Beckha- m nr aHBsm HaHBSPi w jtr ' "-- saflaHaHar .aBaflaBaflHsalaH BOSSE, HENRY Leader in District That Made Good Showing For War Fund. BISHOP MATZ PASSES. later passed under German domination. He came as a young man to America, and studied In Ohio. He was ordained In Denver on May 31, Joseph 1874, by the Right Rev. Projectus Machebeuf, first Bishop sucof Denver, whom he later Bishop Machebeuf, on a ceeded. visit to the East, when he was on his way to France in 1869, busied himself trying to get priests for this wild Western country. He conferred the dlaconate on a number of young ecclesiastics a Cincinnati, Ohio, and got permission from Archbishop Purcell to address the students in the- - seminary, depicting the life of a missionary In the Rocky Mountains. Two young men offered themselves as missionaries, orfb of them being Nicholas C. Matz. The diocese of Denver had a tremendous growth under Bishop Matz's regime. The number of churches that have been built, the institutions erected and the increases In the Catholic population have been gigantic. OLIFF HAVEN. York, Gov. Whitman, of New visited Cliff Haven last wek as the guest of tho Catholic Summer School. The Governor and his party arrived about 7 o'clock, after camp visiting the training at Plattsburg, and dined at the Cham-plai- n Club. After dltiner a reception was tendered to him at the Auditorium. Rev. John J. Donlan, Ph. D., President of the Summer School, presided, and a short address was made by Right Rev. Msgr. M. J. Lavelle. Tho Governor, after speaking briefly of the privilege he considered it to stand again before a summer school audience, delivered a Btlrrlng patriotic address in defense of the administhe tration's action throughout present crisis, notably In regard to 'the declaration of war and the adoption of universal military service, which he said was not undemocratic or contrary to the faith of our fathers, but was tho very acme of democracy and went back directly to the days of '76. The Right Rev. Nicholas C. Matz, Bishop of Denver, passed away on Thursday morning of last week and athis funeral was held Monday, tended by the hierarchy and clergy of the West. The Bishop had been 111 for the past two years and his seilous sickness began on Monday of tho preceding week. On Tuesday he "became a little better, while there was quite an improvement on Wednesday. On Thursday the Bishop was considerably weaker. The end, when It did come, arrived rather unexpectedly. Bishop Matz was born April 6, 1850,, at Munster, Lorraine, France. His native land FATHER A. J. IIEENAN. Tho Rev. Father A. J. Heenan, has been chosen Prior ot St. Louis Bertrand's church and convent, succeeding the Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P whose term ex pired last month. Father Heenan comes but is well known to tho members of his new parish, having been stationed hore ten years ago. Father Crowley has been assigned to St. Patrick's at Columbus, Ohio, where he takes the place of Rev. Father McGovern, his predecessor at St. Louis Bertrand's. News was received here Thursday mornln gthat Father Heenan's election has been confirmed and that he had accepted. He is at present ill In a hospital at Atlantic City. O. P., ia, ST. WILLIAM'S. The lawn fete and summer festival of St. William's parish will be held on the church grounds, Thirteenth and Oak, next Tuesday and Wednesday, afternoon and evening, and to everybody the Rev. George M. Con- baek. y. ' Steps should be taken by local Democratic leaders to put a quietus oa the Injection of State contests sentiment la the and local elaeUane. Tha avantga Demo-srbaa no pwaeaai ehotsa In the rase for Saakar of tha House aid lass as to wbsthsr tha 2 o'clock anti-Stanley at Haly-Bsa- k- nor, the pastor, extends a cordial invitation. This year it will not only be a parish affair, but a reunion of former parishioners and those who at any time aUaaded St, William's school. There will 'be HKCBIVBD DKGREB6. the usual games and variad amuseyoung and old. The ladles ments for Among the Sisters who bare iuet of tha parish ara not firs vary much to "blewinf their ow Jiera," received degrees at Creightea, um rsity after eompleUas; the tmoMtier but they ara wUHn to guamatee the finest, supper1 avar sarrad. Tfea- session waa Sister M, Barsaafi sitpper win se on tac" from t to gaukmaa, et the Loratto order M - dealing with the subject that Joseph Devlin will probably be his successor as Chairman of tho party. Anticipating Interesting Irish, developments, "Bachelor" In the Sunday Herald says: "It is not generally known that after the Longford election Devlin proposed that all the members of tho Irish party should resign their seats so as to test the strength of the Sinn Fein movement. It Is by no means impossible that this proposal might bo revived, but nothing IsJIkely to happen until after tho Kilkenny election. It Is now too much to hope that the convention can give any decided result. Redmond remains In poor health, and may perhaps be compelled to give up tho leadership. In that caso his mantle would probably fall on . Devlin, for John Dillon arouses too many antipathies to mako a successful leader." "There Is, I learn," says a writer In tho Daily Mirror, "a persistent rumor In Dublin that Redmond may resign, not only his position as Chairman of the Irish Nationalist party, but hla seat in Parliament. If he does resign Devlin probably would be his successor as Chairman." "Even after tho rebellion the Nationalist party continued to Ignore the country's demand for Independent thought and action," says , a long article In tho London Observer. "Last yeaiMt consented to tho partition of Ireland a policy that all Irishmen loatho. This yearIt lefused to summon tho convention of tho people, with tho result that tHe delegates are going into the Nationalist convention under the strong suspicion of being still pledged to the partition policy. Tho Nationalist party Is the Tsar of the Irish revolution. If no new elements ara brought Into tho situation the party will disappear at tho next general election." ' Redmond's position continues to be tho political topic of tho hour In Ireland, "I understand," says tho Dublin correspondent of the Dally Mall, "that the proposal ho should resign and fight his con stltuency at Waterford has been under consideration. No decision seems yot to have been arrived at, though it is significant that the Sinn Felners are showing much activity in1 the constituency. In some quarters it Is suggested that Redmond may resign altogether, In which caso ho would probably- - ba succeeded by Devlin. John Dillon, It Is thought, would not seek the Chairmanship of tho Irish party. I havo heard Natiinallsts discussing the outlook, and .Redmond, they say, would probably retain Waterford, and I have heard Sinn Felnors admit that the Issue thero wpuld bo at least doubtfu.1. Devlin, oa the other band, though ho might succeed to Redmond's mantle would hardly succeed to his constituency. "Opinions vary as to tho best thing to be done. That opportunity passed and will not recur. Tho Sinn Felners since the prisoners were released have candidates lm plenty. East Clare shows how their organization has Improved, and Sinn Fein clubs are now toeing formed in every constituency in Ireland, charged among other things with the raising of local funds for local elections. Another suggestion , is that thet party should dissolve, and that the old organization and ma chinery should be 'scrapped' and a new programme put forward or full On such colonial homo rule. a programme It Is thought some of the more valuable and able members of tho party might come back after an appeal to their constituent. But tho formulation of a new policy under fire, as it were, is not an easy matter, and the party has beoeraa more timid as It feels that tha ground is slipping from under Its feet. A very experlencel Nationalist told ma that what he expects ts happen is that Redmond will Walt till tne convention concludes its labors. If It comes to no definite conclusion, and evolves no substan tial agreement, he will retire and leave the field open o the Sina Eeln party to de what they can leave the Issue, in short, to be fought out between the Government and the Irian Republicans. On the other band, if the convention comes to the decision that colonial home rule Is the only finding that will avoid a deadlock, be thinks Red mond will taen probably appeal te the eonatry to accept or reject that ' solution. N&tlbnaUets say that the country would accept it by aa overwhelming majority," -- The possibility of th rttHmnnoit of Mr. Redmond from tho leaden-shiof the Irish party is widely discussed in tho English press. If such should happen it Is generally agreed by those English papers p aeta mig. Neriax. Tfti &. X i;ri.i - MK - jszj&jstTTZCiarsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIGflN. EVBRY SATURDAY. hretee to tha SeeUI Bad Moral AivMCMsel ( Irish Awetkaw and CsftoHoi OttUUy Indened by Aaoteat Ordar el HHmmUsa, Institute aad CatfeeHc Kalffhtf e( Aeaarka. FUBLI5HRD xmsh COMING EVENTS. 20-220-2- AAHRXOAr. 1 I HERMAN fQUBTH AVCMit Yk -- KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN HINTINQ CO.,lctxvri, SINOLB COPY 4SBSCKIPTI0N PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PBR YEAR fUttw. Bntri t th UifrTHNPfciffiHti M E atti-CTa- !' lttltir je Jj KHnwCVA CBiaaktleM ( tlM MNTUCICY MKSH AMERICAN, Wt Greta SI. TRADES ffigy COUNCIL )i 'OBI9VIDLE, KY PLEADS SATURDAY, AUGUST 18,1917 FOR PEACE. of Pope The peace text Benedict's message proposing, as a means of maintaining and restoring world peace, the diminution of world armament and the substitution of arbitration for warfare in settling disputes, was made public through the British Foreign Office Wednesday night. The message, addressed to the King of England, requested that he hand it to all and the. Entente allied nations United States, which have not diplomatic relations with tho Vatican. The Holy Father takes no side for any belligerent nation, but makes an earnest endeavor to bring to an end the conflict which for the last three years has ravaged the civilized world. Thursday reports went forth that .conferences between Entente diplomats indicate that Pope Benedict's "peace move would not change tho situation. The decision was that the message must receive deferential alid ifull acknowledge ment. PAYING THE PENALTY. Kreiger and Grace Bache left TuesMrs. Enola Rafferty and son, day for a two weeks' trip to ChiDouglas Rafferty, spent last week at cago, Milwaukee and Mackinac. Cloverport. Miss Josle Walsh and Miss Bee Miss Louise Dant has been visit- Walsh, accompanied by Miss Flora make its greatness apparent to the tracks. Not a day passes but seving at Bardstown, the guest of Miss Rleder, loft Wednesday for Lake Wawasee, Ind., to spend ten days. eral accidents occur. This can only whole world. Mamie Wheeler. be ascribed to carelessness on the ANOTHER RELIGION. Misses Julia Mullen and Ella Mis. David Riley has been visitpart of tho automobile parties. That ing at Seymour, Ind, the guest of O'Hearn, who were visiting In Terre Private Interpretation of the Bible Mrs. Samuel Crowe. they can not see a train approachHaute and Indianapolis, have returned to their home in ing ia no excuse. They should not has led to at great multiplication of Miss Margaret Conroy, of Lexingtake chances. Safety first is a good sects as everyone knows. Sometimes On Church Grounds, Thirteenth and Oak, thing to remember. No use .blaming a single text of Scripture is suffi- ton, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Misa Katie Henley and Mrs. L. McCloy, in Clifton. They have cient to found a new religion on. George Rhodes tho railroad employes. and niece. Miss TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21 AND would seem the right of way while the auto- This Miss Helen Landes, of East Breck-iurldg- e May Bannon, have returned from a .street, has'been spending her week's Stav at West Timlin Knrlnir. mobile party has only a privilege. to havo reached a limit in the case Lotto each afternoon at 3 o'clock A splendid supr Tlf... .ii, .ii. oueuey uuuuuiicus jl r oUaII... Tho same holds good in our cities of an English sect, described In the vacation at Utlca, Lid. .ma. uio per from 5 to 8, and every arrangement for a delightful This body is Catholic Universe. TT-T- . .. engagement of her daughter, Miss with regard to street railway sysBaptists," to .miss jaj.e uauanan jeit Tuesday Louise Shelley, to Paul Powell. The evening. GEO. M. CONNOR. Pastor. spend the rest of the month visittems. Auto drivers dash in or across named "Little Children wedding will take place in Septembeing the ing relatives In Chicago. right in front of a moving street tho foundation of its creed ber. I words "Except ye become JOS. DOUGHERTY, E. E. LANNING, car, and expect the motorman to Scriptur EDW. H. NIEHAUS, Mrs. Richard L. Condon is visitas little chlldien ye shall not enter President. Vice Presiden. Sec. and Treas. Regina and Henrietta Misses stop his car on the spot. The ing at Syracuse, the guest of her kingdom of heaven." Their Evers left last week for Jamestown. motorman, too, has lives to protect the sister, Mrs. Charles E. Cooney. Sundays on N. Y., to visit friends with whom devotional exercises in his passengers. Compensation is they will camp at Lake consist of trundling hoops, playing Miss A. M. Walsh left not of much use to a corpse. for Toledo and Detroit, to marbles, leapfrog and "button, but until September 15. ton, who's got the button?" Misses Francos and Mabelle INCORPORATED CONSOLATION. Miss Anna Elizabeth Stehle has Vanice, of Parkland, have been SENSIBLE SOLUTION. delightful visit with their Roferring to the matter of chapreturned from a two weeks' vaca- cousin, aMiss Martha Dowden, at tion spent at Arctic Springs. laincies in the army, the Rev. only for the solution "The Lagrange. Lewis J. O'Hern, C. S. P., who is problem of labor and capital Is to Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Kessack, of William J. Barry, a former resithe official representative in this 'get tqgether.' That is the solution Clifton, have returned from a dedent of Louisville, was in the city matter, has this to say: of all tho problems of tho world, lightful visit at Blloxi, Miss. Wednesday en route from Florida to CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. "It will be a course of great as I see it." So says Henry Ford; Miss Marguerite Schnell has re- Kansas City, where ho is now makconsolation to the Catholic parents and tyro as he might be in diplo turned from an enjoyable visit to ing his home. Office and Yards Pifteenth and Magnolia' Avenue of the country to know that when macy, the Cnthollc Citizen ventures Mrs. J. S. Fields. at Loretto. A. C. Hand, J. L. Lynch and J. their boys are called to the colors in the assertion that in world politics, City 3101 LOUISVILLE, KY. Soalh OGGy Miss Mary Burns, of 801 Eas' A. Dorsey have been spending the such large numbers, as they shortly before the start of the great war, Albany, is vlsll week in New York Ollv. npnurlnir Market street. New will be, the War Department has his methods were better than all the ing relatives at the yatest In dry goods for the HEOENT DEATHS. and Mrs. P. Bannon, Jr., survive Kokomo, Ind. Lomsville trade. done everything in its power to skill of Sir Edward Grey or the her. finesse of Delcasse. Miss Marie Pfeiffer has returned furnish them with as many priests Monday -- It T owl una, ' fy aim Km ji. o. ieii an- Anna Marieimornlng the funeral of Wednesday morning funeral servfrom a visit to Misses Cornelia and Pleper, twelve-year-oas they can to care for their spirnounce the enaggement of their daughter ices were held over CATHOLIC OBLIGATION. i.nUUil Ul JjaiUDlUWU. itual welfare." daughter, Miss Marguerite O'Neil, Gallagher of Clement Pleper, 1631 Mra. Mary Heckman the remains of Doyle, beloved street, was held from St. 10 wiuiam Yutz. And how much better all who The wedding will I'eters church. Her death followed wife of James Doyle, at St. Peter's it is the obligation and solemn Misses Gertrude and Roso were cuests the nast week of take place September 5 at St. Louis a month's illness of heart trouble church. Mrs. Doyle died at Somercontributed to the war camp fund duty of Catholic parents to provide Bertrand church. and cast a deep gloom among her set of injuries sustained when she will feel when they realize the good at any cost schools for their chil MisyAlleen Mann at Bardstown. many friends and relatives. She was Be- fell from a swing there. NOT ALL BAD. they have done for those who have dren, where their religion and faith The many friends of Mrs. S. J. sides her parents she is survived by tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Y Misses Nellie and Julia Maloney "u iiieuuo iui men nag and their Christian duties will be ion Tuesday ror a two weeks' visit McElliott, of South Sixth street. two sisters and three brothers. Heckman, 1548 no fncl- - """" West Kentucky Amnntr iha mnnv to Dr. and Mrs. Arink at St. Louis. will be placed to learn that she Is street. A wide circle of friends form of constitution which tho!and country and the continued lib- - daily inculcated by word and by the lecoverlng from her operation at mourn her death and feel deep symMany friends mourn example. death of As tho Catholic Universe Irish convention will adoDt is one B"y lnal nas oiesseu our people. Mrs. Josephine Barrett and Miss St. Joseph's Infirmary, and will re- Joseph Snipp, twenty-on- e thoyears old, pathy for the bereaved husband. Insists, no Catholic, no matter what Tillle Cunlff turn home In a day or two. which represents each of the provSaturday left to on.Monday night at the home of his ap spend two weeks visiting in his position, can in conscience WOULD ARISE ANYHOW. TRIBUTE TO PRIESTS. inces with, its own legislature and father, Henry Snipp, 2824 West Mrs. Michael J. McCoy has an- 'Mallison street. Besides his father prove Qt any system of education a kind" of general, or federal parliaOklahoma and a few other sec from which religious instruction is nounced the engagement of her he leaves two brothers and two sisThe Churchman, an Episcopalian ment in which tho provinces would tions of the country were in Mrs. William J. Slattery will daughter, Miss Emma Agnes Mc- ters. Sympathy for the relatives publication, pays a remarkable the totally excluded. oqual representation. Now wo have leave tomorrow to spend three Coy, to Arthur J. Sanders. The was shown "by the large attendance tribute to the priests in the army nation's eye for some time past. weeks visiting in Buffalo and New wedding will take place at St. at the funeral Thursday are freo to confess that such an armoraine at when It says; Only - fow more weeks and the York. Cecelia's church September 5. One of the most encouraging byrangement would not be unattract- The riots are attributed to the fact St. Anthony's church. that the selective draft Is obnoxi- head of the house will beoblfged to products of tho war is the influive. Inasmuch as it would establish a ous William J. in those States. The factions attack tho coal pile once more, al- stopped over Barry, of Kansas City, Mrs. Allen T. Much sympathy is felt for Fred ence of tho soldier prlesta, of whom, form of government analagous to way from to her home at Long has returned here on Newark, N. J., after erick W. and Catherine Martin, 442 in addition to tho ordinary chapwould arise anyhow independent of ways provided ho has a coal pile. Lakeland, Fia., to visit his relatives and spending a pleasant month with her East Brandeis, in tho loss of that which obtained under the their lains, there are now some 20,000 us. friends. Ardrighs of old, in which we take the draft law. If it be not one Time doesn't wait for parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Zir. son, Justin J. Martin, in tho French armies. Tho law of During her visit she who died suddenly Monday evening, 1889, which 'by rendering priests such historic pride. Of course we trouble it would be another. Just Brother Plus. of St. Lawrence dn Clifton. WINN AVAS HOST. "religious" Institute, visited in Bardstown last was honor guest at a number of me victim or an automobile acci- and all service was liable to full understand that the purpose under- now the draft law furnishes an exsocial gatherings. designed to dent. The little fellow was a great military lying scch on arrangement Is to save cuse for lawless men. Reports havo Tho New York correspondent of week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. favorite and his death makes a subordinate the church to the reW. A. Bean. It that the Government wants the the Cincinnati Enquirer "Ulster's" feelings and also that It had the Mr, and Mrs. M. J. Collins an- real void in the hearts of many. public In France, has in reality fallen out would coincide beautifully with death penalty enforced. That per- following In his Sunday letter, Misses Ella Donovan and Anita nounce the marriage of their daugh- His funeral took place Thursday the gospel. for the furtherance of The heroic devotion of We which will bo read with Interest Shrader, from St. principle haps Is expecting too much. Elizabeth's tho of Meadowbrook, aro ter. Miss Margaret Lee Collins, to morning tho priests under arms, fighting as spending a two weeks' vacation at William Jerome Gitzgerald. The church. of government that has marked the aro rather inclined to look upon here: fearless soldiers one hour and the Rev. Father Edmund Baxter perwhole course of British rule in Ire- the affair as an ordinary riot folCol. Matt Winn, part owner of White Mills. The funeral of Peter Fleck, a next celebrating mass, hearing conformed tho ceremony, August 2, at land. At the same time it would lowed by the Sheriff securing a Churchill Downs, where tho Ameripioneer Catholic resident of this fessions or ministering to tho dying, Patrick Talbott visited his old the Dominican church. city, occurred Saturday be quite possible" to build up a posse to go on a man hunt for bad can Darby is run, was here from home at Bardstown last week and morning Is ono of tho brightest pages of mass at St. the dark record of tho battlefields. town, this received a hearty welcome from his strong nation on such a basis. At men. When those men are cap- Louisville, his home Miss Margaret Kestler and Miss with requiem high Hundreds of theso men am mlHrtnn- Catherine Burko, of Jeffersonville, Brigid'a church. He was a retired aries any rate the provinces would be tured they should be put to work week. Whilo busy with other mat- many friends. are spending their vacations in In- grocer and for many years was earth, called from tho end of the obliged to put forth their best ef- for the Government and compelled ters he took a day or two off to somo of theni aro Bishops Miss Bhow daughter. Olive dianapolis, tho guest Miss relatives of Treasurer of the German Mutual forts to keop step with each other, to mako a living by earning it. It Winn, his her charming girl chum, Market Helen V. Hogan, 1017is East Miss Kestler. Beforeof their return Fire Insurance Company. He is sur serving cheerfully as privates In tho and street, New Albany, vis for it is inconceivable that anyone would be too much to expect men Miss Frances Henchoy, also of iting In Chicago as the guest of they will visit Sister Mary Laurina, vived by a son, Stephen Fleck, Jr., ranks. Many havo already laid and four daughters, Miss Mary down their lives for God and counwould wish to lag behind. A little of that Ilk to defend their country's Louisville, the entertalning-an- d in Mrs. Henry Perry. sister of Miss Kestler, at St. Fleck, Sister Mary Anthony, Mrs. try. Tho officers recognize their near Terre Haute. friendly rivalry would not hurt them flag. The nation wants men only. structive sights or tho great city. R. E. Lochloider, of Shelbyville, and bravery and the men turn to them This was Miss Henchey's first visit Mrs. Mischa Casper and children particularly, since anyone would not for spiritual ministration. to Gotham, and she opened wldo her and Dr. and Mrs. James Casper Mrs. Frank W. Smith, of Kenil-wort- h, Mrs. Frank Gruber. enjoy any governmental advantage SALUTARY ADVICE. eyes when the Colonel pointed out were this week guests of relatives announces the marriage of Many sorrowing friends filled St. WILL LIVE HERE. over the others. All this Is of her daughter, Miss Nell O. Smith, to historic landmarks. Under his at Cannelton, Ind. Iter. John A. Ryan, of the Cath- guidance the young folk saw Little Joseph B. Ward, of New Orleans. Cecilia's church Sunday afternoon, course on the assumption that the when the Edward Simpson and Miss Irene Misses Iaa and Evelyn Kelley, of Owing to Illness In the family the over the last solemn rites were said Saltsman wore the Old New York at its best; not to centra or federal government would olic University, addressing remains of Mrs. B. married at the. and the to wedding was quietly solemnized at Shelley, one of the oldest Mary most Church of St. Vincent be equipped with powers like those graduates of the Iowa State Uni- overlook the roof gardens watering Alta avenue, left Wednesday at New Hope and. spend a few weeks with Helen 5:30 o'clock Friday morning in St. highly esteemed versity on "The Call to Service," pleasures of fashionable residents of the by the Rev. A. L. 0"Shea. of Canada and Australia. While we The Agnes chapel, on the Newburg road, places. On Wednesday the party Hayes, of Oweaeeoro. West Shelley was the bride is the daughter of Mr. and do not exp&ct much from the eon- - stated the cause of the general had a pleasant outing at Asoury the Rev. Edward Rouan officiating. widow End. Mrs. She-lleof Patrick and had Mrs. Russ Saltsman. The bridge-groo- m Miss Mary Belle Boone is spend- After a trip through the South Mr, long reatloH, we believe it could easily unrest which prevails today. Tate Park and yesterday they motored been custodian resides John's Louisville, and is up the kind is due to the fast that the accepted through Westchester county. Mon- ing the summer with her aunt, Mrs. and Mrs. Ward will be at home cemetery, where her of St. was laid an employe of inthe Kentucky worse than do snUh body nia. standard of the day has become day Col. Winn will take the young Fannie Rapter, New Haven, and October 1 in New Orleans. to rest. Two sons, James and John tillery anil Warehouse Company. ef government indicated. Personally people to Philadelphia for a few cooaty. Shelley, and three daughters. Mrs. They will make their ihome in this prefer a, single Parlla- -. money ana material eajoymeat days and thenoe-t- o Atlantic City for itttlvee la N4oa we wohW Purple Is the favorite color of Mary Fteher, Mrjs. Catherine Hill city. adoptls thte atand- - Hie week-enyMww Fioresee J. Gathof, Adele the hour. neat fer the wfaele Maud a re- -' Mea and After a turbulent campaign last year tho State of Florida elected as Governor Sidney J. Catts, a travel Ing Baptist minister, who after being repudiated Jn the Democratic primary Tan as an Independent candidate and was elected. Catts' platform and campaign consisted solely of abuso of the Catholic church and everything pertaining to Catholicism, promising if elected ho would drive Catholic teachers out of the schools and have a convent Inspection law, supported He was enthusiastically by the Guardians of Liberty, Junior Order and all A. P. A. fanatics, money being contributed to his cam paign from outside the State. But Hardly had what an awakening! Catts taken his seat as Governor when the people of Florida began to realize their mistake, and now there Is a daily howl from all over the State for his Impeachment. A. M. Russell, editor of the Palmetto News and one of Catts' former ardent supporters, Is leading a movement for impeachment of the Governor and in a letter to State Senate President Johnson and Speaker Hardee enumerates some of the Govornor's Illegal and unfair acts, Including the rapid-fir- e discharge of elected officials in order to replace them with his friends; tho attempted forcing of his son upon the Goldler boys at Tallahassee; the writing of insulting letters to the Attorney General of life United Staitos, in which a slap at tho President was included; the appointment of a liquor dealer as the Chairman of tho State Board of Control, although posing as a Baptist prohibitionist. Editor Rcssell pictures a future of ruin and desolation for lFlorlda If Catts is allowed to Oil out his term as Governor. The people of Florida are paying the penalty for being guided by bigotry. The reign of Catts is but just public, if possible, but since a republic can not be expected to arise from world conditions as they appear at present, let us try to make the most of wliat wo can get and pre- men. pare for the inevitable hour when CATHOLIC INTEREST. we can successfully strike for that wo can which Ideal of liberty The welfare of our country, tho appreciate and which alone can sat- hearty and effective prosecution of isfy us. tho war, is the interest nearest at this hour to tho heart of every WANTS SPOILS. American. Vitally ono with that inIndemnity Is a word that sounds terest is the Interest of every Cathharshly In the ears, not only of a olic in the spiritual welfare of the We aro beaten foe, but in those of people soldier and tho sailor who desire to see the white dove of asked, says the Catholic World, to peace descend upon a war weary contribute to every cause that conworld. At least Lloyd George rec- cerns the soldier's and sailor's temand ognizes ims and consequently he has poral and physical well-beindropped the ugly word indemnity It Is our duty to do so. But all from his peace talks and substituted such work will in the end bo vain "restitution." Not that Lloyd George unless we havo also cared for that and his Government .have any love which Is infinitely higher than the for the word, but because it sounds temporal, namely the spiritual wel better and has a certain look of fare of tho soldier and sailor. morality about It to recommend it RIGHT STEP. generation. to an And yet if the principle of restitu Tho commandeering of all ships tion were insisted on for all nations being built for foreign nations In the English would havo a debt to American shipyards Is a step In the pay to the outraged people of many right direction. When we remem-le- r nationalities that would leave her that England flooded the shippoor Indeed. No, It is not restltu yards with orders for tho sole purtion that England wants, but a pose of preventing us from getting chance to get away with the spoils a merchant marine which may prove Assure her of this and peace will formidable as a competitor after the come with a bound. war, necessity for commandeering those ships can be easily seen. It CARELESSNESS. Is time our people made up their Readers of the dally and weekly minds to play second fiddle to no newspapers must have noticed the one. This is tho greatest nation of recent largo increase of fatal acci- all time, and it is due to its own steps to dents to autolsts crossing railroad self respect that It take g, eaBily-humbugg- ed ard live on tho piano of their lower nature. The spiritual nature is not "Every ono today cherdeveloped ishes some kind of philosophy of life," said Dr. Ryan, for ono money and material pleasure, for another service of humanity, for yet another tho working out of God's purposes. Continuing, Fathor Ryan said: "The highest philosophy of lifo is that of forvlce of God. Thero is no other life worth while because only God is finally worth while. Love of the neighbor Is like love of God, for it rests on tho same foundation. Happy for you will it be if your careers are begun and continued in this spirit." This is salutary, profitable advice, rays the Sacred Heart Review. Contrast it with the rhetorical exhortations to become Presidents of tho United States that so many commencement orators addressed to graduating classes of boys and young 1 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 Mar- OS ket. August 2 Annual festival of St. William's church, afternoon and 21-2- STRAUS wcafrP&tAreo SONS MARKET STREET 1 ' $t We Qive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. evening. MY BOY. d darling, boy, You've been to us a source of great Joy, Your smllo so sweet as you always greet Your mqther and I wher'er wo My curly-heade- 15,000 Yards White and Colored Waist meet. and Dress Materials on Sale 50c Fancy Whito Voiles 20c Extra special purchase of about 200 pieces of extra fine grades of Whito Voiles and Organdies, wlth woven checks and Btripes; also some with silk stripes; theso aro all regular 50c materials; while they last, your choice, per yard 20c GOc Whito Pique 35c 20 pieces only on an extra heavy and soft finish Whito Piquo Skirting; theso are 36 inches wide; this Pique is well worth 60c a yard; while they last, per yard 35c 25c Underwear Crcpo 15c Whito Underwear Crepe; of soft French finish grade; 30 inches wide in plain and strlpo styles; the regular price is 25c a yard; Monday special, per yard lCc 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 40c Novelty Sport Fabrics 25c Special purchaso of 150 pieces of novelty sport material; theso aro stripe combination designs, and a full rango of the season's newest colorings; thero aro values in this special lot up to 49c a yard; while they last, per yard 25c 75c Sport Gaberdines 30c Special purchaso of ono lot about 40 pieces- of Burton Bros, fine English Gabardines dn a beautiful range of now sport styles and colorings; there aro stripes and figured designs; if bought in the regular way, this material would sell at 76c a yard; whilo they last, yard 30c 3C-ln- Chorus. Take the flag of your country and hold it aloft. To preservo which tooth your forefathers fought. You're fighting for principles aa clear as the sun, So go at it, my boy, and see it well done. call, Listen, wo pray, to your country's It tells you plainly for me, forsako all; Your father and mother tells you to heed 30c Whito Organdies 10c White Organdies; of a flno sheer woven quality width, and thorp aro only 18 pieces in a In this lot, and theso aro good values at 39c; Monday, special, per yard 10c Gabardine Skirting 25c 30c Gaberdine Skirting in a plain and woven design; these are 36 inches wide and aro regular 39c gabardines; Monday, special, per yard ..25c 40-ln- This call from your country In its great need. Come to our hearts and let us Chorus. em- 50c Novelty Dress Voiles 27c This Is an extra special buy of about 200 pieces of extra flno Whito Voile, with fancy colored woven strlpo and check; all of the col two-thread orings are yarn dyed; theso materials are all brace, Whil'st your mother and I look on your sweet face, With a tear and a sigh we tell you While now and desirable styles; they aro 36 Inches wide and values up to 50c; while they last, yard .27c for country and flag you stand ready to die. Bonaventure. goodbye, j SOCIETY. I Indianapolis Miss Abble O'Brien is visiting in reMiss Margaret O'Nell has turned from a trip to Lake George. - Mr. and Mrs. James O'Neal spent Sunday with friends In Tissues and Voiles 15c Your choice of over "100 styles of Tissues, Voiles and Organdies; theso are floral, figured, Sport and etripo designs, in a beautiful range of colorings to select from; there aro values up to 25c in tho lot; while they last, per yard ....15c Dress Gingham 12Jc 2,000 yards of short mill remnants of Zephyr Dress Ginghams; thero aro plain colorings, also stripes and plaids and checks; tho lengths aro up to 8 yards; they sell from the bolt at 17 c a yard; while they last, per yard 35o Madras Shirting 17c 1,800 yards of mill remnants of Colored Madras Shirting; thero aro 32 and 36 Inches wldo in the lot and lengths up to 7 yards, and there are values up to 35c a yard in tho assortment; whilo tho lot lasts, per yard 17c 17c 12c days with friends in Bardstown last week. Thomas Mattlngly spent several St. William's Lawn Fete AND Summer Festival lltoral-mlndedne- ss 22 .A DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. ng Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, .i. A .. j ld niu -- ld "divldo-and-conque- r" Mary's-of-the-Woo- st woa d. i-- ' J J jszj&jsprrxjotirxr f SUPERIORS APPOINTED. irxshs: DIVISION 3. 1818-182- mce&jkxoajsWILLIAM - ; HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY J. RUFFNER. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON it It AL. S. SMITH, PROP. it ii Funeral Director and Embalmer! f ! BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. i t ftfr The changes among the Mother Superiors of tho four Sisters of Nazareth houses In Louisville, to which referenco was heretofore the past made, were announced week and are as follows: Sister Bornadlne, who has been the guiding hand at Presentation Academy and who has brought the school up to such a high standard, Is transferred to Bethlehem Academy at Bardstown. Her successor is Sister Imelda, Superior of St. Catherine's Academy In Lexington. has been Sister Martina, who Superior of St. Vincent's Infirmary at Little Rock, Ark., will come to Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital In placo of Sister Huberta, who goes to St. Vincent's Academy In First and third Fridays, Hibernian Sunday morning, a devoted husband, loyal and patriotic citizen and 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary John J. Financial In tho death of William J. Ruff-ne- r, who was called to his reward RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Also Tallow and Grease. Premises. DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors & McELLIOTT and Embalmers Homo City 299S 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, BOTH rEtOKTES. X Climb. Main 2998-- a Unlontown. Sister Mary Martha, Superior of St. Thomas' Orphans Home, goes to Yazoo City, 'Miss. Her successor will be Sister Pelagla, Superior at St. Peter's Orphanage in Memphis, Dlg-na- n. Tenn. Sister Constance, in charge of St. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Helena's Home on Fourth street, goes to St. Catherine's Academy in Lexington. She will b -- ucceedeiT WHERE'S MOTHER? by Sister Isabel, head of St. Bursting In from school or play, Frances' Academy dn Owensboro. This Is what tho children say; Trooping, crowding, big and small, THEY CAN USE THE MAIIj. confusion arose regarding the shipment of wine for sacramental purposes into bone dry States when it was reported that the new law forbids clergymen living in bone dry States from ordering wine through the mails and that InIt would be unlawful to send voices for wine purchased through the malls. The Catholic Federation took up this matter with the Some On the threshold, in the hall, Joining in the constant cry, Ever as the days go by "Where's Mother?" faithful parishioner of St. James church, passed away. For many yeats he was ticket agent for the L. and N. at Tenth and Broadway. Four years ago he left Louisville and went to Butte, Mont., where Broderlc'k. his health failed, and three months Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. ago he returned to this city, In the Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. hope that his health might be reSentinel Thomas Noon. stored. Mrs. Laura Ruffner, his widow, is a sistor of the Rev. Father Charles P. Raffo, of St. DIVISION 4. Borromeo church. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Charles two hrothers, John Ho also leaves F. and Bertrand Hall. Sixth street. George E. Ruffner. The funeral President Thomas Lynch. was held Tuesday morning from Vice President John J. Barry. 1312 the home of his brother, Financial Secretary Thomas J. Willow avenue, with requiem high Langan, 734 West Oak. mass at St. James church. Of him Recording Secretary William P. It can be said that his life was one McDnnogh. of true Chilstlan devotion. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas LUNCH FOR BOWLERS. DEAD A SJT I M A ! Cattle and Hogs At Your LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Home Phone City 721 Cut-O-ff Cumberland Main 721 PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCXATXOX Incorporated. n was organized by citizen SLICED BACON to make AS Ready for Your Griddle la the LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE X.OWEST BATES. Coleman Bldg., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones, 2836. "SOUTHERN STAR" well-know- HvvMwwmwwwwuwwwwtmwMHUtuVM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. WWUWUMMVVMMMUMVlWMVtWWVMMVM Home Phone Shawnee 484 From tho weary bed of pain, This same question comes again; From tha boy with sparkling eyes, Bearing home tho earliest prize; From the bronzed and bearded son Perils past and honors won "Where's Mother?" Burdened with a lonely task, One day we may vainly ask For the comfort of her face, For tho rest of her embrace. Let us love her while wo may, Well for us that we can say, "Where's Mother?" John F. Oetken was the host for a stag lunch given at Bruen's Garden Monday evening to a party of local bowlers In honor of Albert D. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY Gregg, of Akron, Ohio, who is here ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. on a visit and was formerly a prominent Louisville bowler. Those 1104 South Seventh Street present were Albert F. Martin, Bert Phone City 6574 Hall, Herman Deddens, George L. Boardman, Newton A. Selbert, AlHome Phone Shawnee Sot bert D. Gregg, Ben W. Martin, George Shoenoman, John J. Barry, HENRY GOSS Fred W. Stengel, William Fruechte-nlcht SNEDDON COSD7ANY REPAIR Hancock nnd Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louls- - Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phono City 6007 ENGRAVERS ENGRAVING COMPAAX ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS HLECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky MS W. Mala St., Borne Phone City 6874 WHLICH villo Co. and John F. Oetken. DISAPPOINTMENT. aoenno, quxxebino, bfovtxso tin Roofs Repaired and Pointed 322 Bast Main street. INCORPORATED. g Cainbcrland, West 11 l INCORPORATED Our Work Guaranteed O. K. With 1,200 members of the OrW. O. RUSSELL & SONS der of Sisters of Providence pres 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. ent on Wednesday at Terre Haute, PRINTERS nineteen young women, who made 1507 West Market Street Both Phones 4202 vow on entering the or their first Phono City 6659 by Bishop der, were received CHAS. ANSON gave to each the Chartrand, who WM. AUGUSTUS somber garb of the order. Among Successor to C. Molter Chapel Free the number was Sister Mary Lucia, 3101 WEST BROADWAY to Patrons. Contractor of Excavating, All who was Miss Mullen, a popular BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY hllftMMfUllBlai ( Special Attention Given Picnics and ConrwfwfwfvfvwV Jeffersonvllie girl. Kinds of Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets crete and Wrecking. PRAISES FOR STUDENT. 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. WEAPONS ARE TURNED. Phone City 4803 820 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 2060 Francis C. Young, student at St. Tom Watson, of unfortunate no COLESBURG. Francis Seminary, St. Francis, Wis., toriety, Is reaping a rich harvest of RAIDED. DIVORCE. who wrote tho spiritual and pa.'I- pretty much the same epithets as The titular feast of St. Clare In Dublin otlc song, "We March to Victory," ho has been hurling at his Catholic church at Colesburg was solemnly Police and soldiers Morgan his Unable citizens. raided the Sunday and was JOHN B. RATTERMAN fellowstriking success with to make celebratedoflast largo gathering the early Wednesday National Vol- has received letters of praise on and as Rev.Protestant Dix, widely known work from President Wilson a clergyman, in his any the ex- occasion a The Blfc Amusement Caster for premises of the Irish ploitation of his is that section. Solemn high mass was unteers, commanded by Col. Moore. somo thirty Governors. The author "Lectures on the Calling of a graduated from De LaSalle Insti- Christian Woman," says of tho High sues ho has, as is well known, turned sung by-- the Rev. Thomas Hayes, of They seized 100 rifles and 1,300 tute in 1909, and was with Armour FUNERAL DIRECTOR Vaudeville the energies of his misguided tal Bowling Green, with Rev. John rounds of blank cartridges. No ar- & Co. until he entered the sem- growing divorce evil: ents against the recently enacted Gastaldi, the pastor, and Rev. rests were made. theory of "The Dancing 2114 WEST MARKET ST. draft-lainary, wheie he will begin his course In doing so he has stirred Delphln Autheman, of Cecllian, as of theology this fall. Ho will mall marriage is strictly in place in any Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland up an opposition quite as bitter, in deacon and subdeacon. Paulsen's Military Band BISHOP'S JUBILEE. The Rev. an autograph copy of the song to system which banishes God from West 1107a. its way, as Watson's own unreason- Charles P. Raffo, of this city, twenty cents. His ad- the world and human life. It Is In New Restaurant ing campaign against everything preaohed an eloquent and IlluminatRight Rev. Thomas D. Beaven, all who send Wabash avenue, Chi- order in rationalized communities, dress is 4113 Bishop of Springfield, Mass., will cago, 111. We merely subjoin as an ing festal sermon. Catholic. in societies which have ceased to Klddyland Other Attractions anniversary Illustration of this observe the twenty-fift-h be Christian. Somo of us are resentiment an extract of a speech of his consecration as Bishop on LEXINGTON. proached for not being in accord ST. AUGUSTINE'S. recently held in Buford, and quoted October 18. He was ordained Dewith the spiiit of the age; how in the Atlanta Constitution, one of After years of faithful and suc- cember 18, 1875. and succeeded A lawn fete will bo given for tho can we be If the spirit of the age Funeral Directors tho leading papers In the South. In cessful service the Rev. Father Right Rev. Patrick T. O'Reilly, the benefit of St. Augustine's church on and its movements are practically an address on "Education and Cit- William Punch, pastor of St. first Bishop of tho diocese. the church grounds next Monday and atheistic? To induce men to Ignore izenship" State Superintendent of Peter's church at Lexington, was Tuesday and tho Committee of Ar- - God's word and reject his law, to Embalmers. Schools M. L. Brittaln said, after Induced to take a much needed and PASTOR'S FIRST AFFAIR. langements have spared no pains to show men how to do without God, speaking of his own son having en deserved vacation. During his abarrange amusements and entertain is the avowed aim of the advance given for war: asday; and for OlO J?XCXXR AVBS1VU listed for tho sadness there is a sence the Rev. Gerald Connolly, the theA lawn feteof will be Augustine's ment social their guests. This is tho thinker of the .as a civil tho view St. "But In the benefit feature given under tho of marriage, contract sistant pastor, had charge of first Franken-bergepride in his response to his country's parish affairs. only, falls in with the rest of the church on the church grounds, pastorate of Rev. Father Telephone 1022. call and I would not chango places who was formerly stationed programme. Thirteenth and Broadway, Monday with those of you in Gwlnett who VISIT WEST BADEN. "Unfoitunately we can not stop and Tuesday afternoon and even- at St. Martin's. ings, August 20 and 21. This will at that. The truth must be told, Ht yonr boja an flncatiojt that wUl have been led into treason through following that combination of Judas O'BRIEN WELL FITTED. pntpv them tot Hit, The Rev. George A. Weiss and be the first social affair given since however painfully it may strike the Iscariot and Benedict Arnold called Rev. Oscar P. Ackermann regis- Father Frankenburg, the new pasunaccustomed ear. This is not a comJames G. O'Brien, son of Edward only a sign of an infidel society, It Watson. at West Baden ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Thomas E. by nature Alwayscharacter tered of tho week for Springs the tor, assumed charge. J. O'Brien, appointed from tho Of- is also an outgrowth from the prin mon liar and a season of first ficers' Reserve Corps' training camp clples which form the evid side of 112 W. Broadway, XtoalSTlll, 3Cy. assassin by trade, he first abused rest and recreation. Rev. Fathers MASS FOR OUR BOYS. " T,WSW5WWlWB5'-paat Fort Benjamin Harrison to bo a Protestantism. A. J. Nickel and J. W. Boll, well There can be no by tha Xaverlaa Brother. President Wilson for his long Conflicted Injuries and known priests of Kenosha, Wis., Lieutenant in the Statistical doubt as to the genesis of this Right Rev. Bishop McCort, aux- First Budnem tience under German and Scleatlno Classical, Lars Courses. Preparatory Dspartmeat,Oysaaa-bJiu- now, that war is declared, tries to were also sojourning there. iliary to the Archbishop of Phila- Corps of the Adjutant General's de- abomination. I quote the language Fifth Swimming Pool. WU Bqulvped his arm by counselling his delphia, says mass every Friday for partment In the national army, is of a Protestant Bishop: 'Laxity of farms ICodarata. Br. Juua, Dir. weaken followers to resist the law deluded JOINS MEDICAL CORPS. our American sollders and sailors. especially well qualified to serve opinion and teachings on the with the American forces on tne sacredness of the marriage bond of tho land which has shielded their He Is well and on tho question of divorce or- 'As Near to You as the Nearest Phone" European battlefronts. slacker hides. Will you follow such Dr. William Brown Doherty, well ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. versed In tho use of the French iginated among the Protestants of a yellow dog?" known In Louisville medical circles, This Is strong language and we last week received his commission Last Monday tho School Sisters language, having studied In France Continental Europe in tho sixteenth FUNERAL FLOWERS INCOBFORATKD quote It merely as an example of as First Lieutenant In the Medical of Notro Dame celehrated the sev- for four years. century. It soon began to appear how chickens come homo to roost. Reserve Corps, and he left for entieth anniversary of their organiIn tho legislation of Protestant Clean Grocery Stores. GETS NEW POST. A Special Spray $3.00 Watson has but set the style for his Washington Immediately. Ho Is tho zation in this country. States on that continent, and nearly undoing. The citizens of. son of Dr. William B. Doherty, with own at the same time to affect the laws A Special Wreath $5.00 "The Best For Georgia seem quite capable of tell- whom he resided at 1358 South Rev. Father Vincent Cleary, O. of New England. And from that LEGEND OF ANGEL. P., for some time past stationed at time to the present it has proceed Goods delivered free anywhere ing Watson In language ho surely First street. can understand, because of such a within six blocks of our stores. There Is an old legond concern- St. Louis Bertrand's church, ended ed from ono degree to another In familiar ring, just how highly he MAOKIN COUNCIL. ing three young women, who dis- a retreat this week for the Domini- this country until, especially in ranks as a prophet among his own. puted as to who had the most can Sisters at Madison, Wis., and New England and In States most C. B. of C. V. Next Friday night Mackln Council beautiful hands. One dipped her then left for Minneapolis, where he directly affected by New England Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces iiunit mm Rosary opinions and usages, the Christian will give another big moonlight ex- hands into the pure running stream, will be located at Holy PAGANS IN PLENTY. cursion on tho steamer Pilgrim, for another picked berries until her church. Father Cleary carries with conception of the nature and obliRjwth?nuLouln(tifj For the next three weeks we are pro- fingers were pink, a third gathered him into his now field the best gations of the marriage bond finds which a nice entertainment jroing to offer all of our laces at a The roses until her hands were made wishes of the people of St. Louis scarcely any recognition in legisla- We telegraph Flowers Everywhere The American Israelite contains gramme has been arranged. liberal discount. This offer is genuBertrand's parish. a good paragraph about tho pro- boat will leave the foot of Third sweet by their fragrance. tion or, as must thence be inferred, ine, and It will pay our An aged woman, caTeworn and in the prevailing sentiment of the customers to write us at onco while paganda against In Latin Americans street at 8:30 o'clock sharp. CARDINAL GASPARRI. some sections of that is popular community. decrepit, leaning upon her staff, This is a heresy, born our stock Is complete. country: our nOME FROM NAVY. came, asking a gift, tout all alike and bred of free thought as apReports from foreign countries plied to religion; it is the outcome "If love of her. Rogers Church Goods Co. with us, which trutharedid not count David Winn, Jr., who has been refused making A nofourth young that Msgr. Frederico Tedesohlnl had of the habit of interpreting the we far from Inwoman, claims to - ministered to her needs. succeeded Cardinal GasparrI as the Bible according to man's private sinuating, ordinary Yankee business in training for the navy at Nor- beauty,120 S FOURTH AVE. Papal Secretary of State were de- judgment, rejecting shrewdness ought to Induce us to folk, Is at home on account of The aged woman then Bald: ecclesiastical It discourage the bigoted propaganda the Illness of his father, David is not the hand that is dipped nied Sunday at the Vatican. Car authority and Catholic tradition.' " "It NORTON BUILDING PEACE, POISE, POWER. against and the Winn, 414 West Spring street, New In the brook, nor the hand made was stated at the Vatican that Catholic faith which they profess. Albany. ONLY ONE GATE. berries, nor the hand gar- dinal GasparrI enjoys tho full con N. W.Csrner Fourth and JeffersM red with Bishop Dowllng, of Des Moines, For the lest, the shameful tactics ana that landed or perfumed with roses that fidence of Pope Benedict Secretary was recently asked to compose a to which somo of the sects resort Is most beautiful, but the hand that no change In tho ottlce of The Catholic church Is a city to ARRESTS IN IRELAND. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. of State has taken place. In our which avenues lead from every side, to 'evangelize' glveth to the poor." one hundred word essay on "What In their attempt last issue it was intimated that the toward which men may travel from As she thus spoke her mask fell J. J. Walsh, a prominent member the flag means to me." The Bishop, South America aro a sad com Dimity has found a placo among any any quarter, by tho most diversified her press reports announcing after composing it, changed his mentary on the. Bplrit of Christian of the Sinn Fein party, whoseIndeath off, her staff was cast aside, stood change were without foundation. the fabrics used for blouses. the wrinkles vanished, and sho roads by tho thorny and and rugged mind and would not send it in. The charity, which is supposed to be sentenco for participation Skirts aro to be worn a trifle ways of strict Investigation, by tho There are recent rebellion was commuted to before them, an angel of God. . . . editor of the Western World, how- the actuating motive. SOCIAL STUDY COURSE. more flowery paths of sentiment longer, coming to the boot top. ever, was finally given permission plenty of pagans in tho world to bo ten years' penal servitude, and who It matters not whether the hand and feeling; but arrived at its preStraight, slender lines will pre to publish it. The essay follows: converted to Chrietianlty, and ef- was lately granted amnesty, was gives in money, or In kindly acts; convenfeature A Though it flutters In the same forts in the latter direction would arrested In Dublin on Monday In in some cases money would be tion notable Central of the to be cincts, all find that there is but ono vail both as to skirts and coats. Ve'reln of the gateway whereby they may enter, is breeze which flaunts tho flags of all be a more creditable performance connection with the formation of quite useless, while kindness Ono noticeable feature of many held in St. Louis next week will be but ono door to the sheepfold clubs tho nations, yet it Is to me a thing than the attempt to alienate South Sinn Fein Courts-marti- in tho South of priceless. ema social study course at which recently narrow and low perhaps, and caus- of the new blouses is tho tucked Americans from their Catholic faith Ireland. apart. inent Catholic sociologists will de- ing flesh and blood to stoop In front. BOOKS HAD LEAKS. For It stands for faith In the by having recourse to slander and have sentenced three Sinn Felners liver lectures on social questions of passing in. Men may wander about Despite tho many colors carded misrepresentation' County Clare and four from the common man in hfs ability and today. Since Indeed there are a number of from the County Galway to imprisIt was after prohibition had Importance Central Verein the year its outskirts, they may admire the for 1918 black and whlto will be hte disposition to govern himself has in- goodliness of Its edifices and of Its Insisted upon. pagans In the United States await- onment varying from two years to reached a certain town in the Mid- 1909 tho and others justly. In Its programme of social Narrow frilling is usod on many And it is a. standard of hope ing the zealous ministry of those three months (or offenses against dle West that an express agent cluded annual study courses con- bulwarks, but they can not bo its g telephoned a man prominent In the work by denizens and children if they enter who are order. of linen. It South rather than of memories, of aspira- Americans.so concerned about empty the the most competent and not by that one gate of absolute, of the tailored blouses finish. ducted town. This was the conversation decidedly trim The problem of tions irather than ofachievement. authoritative Catholic sociologists unconditional submission to tho makes amatching collars and cuffa churches that followed: VALUED DEVICE. Moreover, It is the only flag on pews in Neat of our country, among them Rev. teaching of the church. Cardinal "Is this Mr. X?" will be extremely popular with dark ear.th that Is always being changed, might be solved before an attempt Dr. John Ilyan, Rev. Dr. Kerby, Wiseman. "Yes." device has yet is not compromised by change, Is mado to carry tho torch of enAn dresses the cuffs to ho close fitFather Sledenburg, S. J Rev. "We have a package of books Rev. C. ting and wider than previously. since the more thickly the field of lightenment to the people south of been submitted to the Government Rev. William En- Dr. JEFFERSONVTLLE. by the Council of National Defense. for you, Mr. X, and wo wish you golenf S.Bruehl. Its stars Is strewn, the- - larger is the Canal zone. Filet lace Is unceasingly used on Rev. Dr. Joseph Och. J., The inventor is Rev. J. A. DeVll-bis- would arrange to get them at once, the charity of its ordered freedom. chiffon. It Mlss Ella 6'Hern is visiting in blouses of Georgette and of lace to University, as they are leaking badly." S. J., of St. Louis IRISH SCALLOP. The stars and the bars of heris Just the right sort DON'T WORRY THEM. Terre Haute. His invention is said to be highly aldry, symbol of peace, of polce, fit Those families whose sons are in look well with these sheer fabrics. Mrs. John Dolan Is visiting MAKES LEMONS JUICY. power. Take a large, thick slice of raw technical and complex, but comparaIn the new garments to be following the starry banner should Dayton, Ohio. h ham and cut into pieces; tively simple iu 'its operation. It If lemons have become dry do not worry them with the petty cares re- - brought out the polonaise will ba Miss Katherino Hlnes has sHco about six raw potatoes after vClpjipeia q A9ini& XiaBJtado si not throw them away. RECRUIT IRISH COMPANY. Put them of home. The soldiers can not help accentuated. Hanover, Ind. peeling. Place alternately In a In a pan of hot water and put It it if brother's baby has the whoop- turned from Voigt, Prediction has been made that Henry N. of Chattanooga, FRANCISCAN CENTENARY. where It will remain at almost the ing cough or grandmother had a The recruiting of a company of baking dish, seasoning with pepper, guest of his there is to be a drastic curtailment been Irish soldiers In Milwaukee Je under and sprinkle generously with flour Next year the Franciscan order same temperature without boiling fall on the atalrs.' Why worry them Tenn,, has MlBees the of sending goods on approval and Voigt. way. Officers have beea elected la each layer, keeping potatoes on wl celebrate the centenary of the for two hours. , After that the with sUeh things? Send them only sisters, the has returned giving pieces of fabric as samples. Mrs. Peter Cain keep up their Is said that with the assist- the top. Heat milk enough to finding of the body of St. Francis. lemons will be soft and juicy. pleaeant news and and it , The shops are full of new ipirlts. They have troubles of their from Petersburg, Tenn.,, where she blousBe-anance of the Ancient Order of Hi- cover all. Bake half an hour in The Papal brief authenticating the they are more attractorganization ie almost hot oven with a cover aad half an discovery was published September not bring release own and none should add to their visited her daughter, Mrs. J. F. ive thand ever. Autumn will bernians the Haynes. unnecessarily. hour laager without oever to finish. 6, 1820. are ready for mustering. from the plaid skirt. 508-51- RATTERMAN SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers New f Location 44 Mother, with untiring hands, At the post of duty stands, UNDERGOES Patient, seeking not her own, Anxious for tho good alono Prof. M. G. Rohan, of Marquette Of tho children as they cry University, is now at St. Joseph's Ever as the days go by Hospital, Milwaukee, where he un"Where's Mother?" derwent a serious operation. Prof. SINN FEIN WINS. Rohan has a national reputation as the father of Irish history teaching In American parochial schools. His Sinn Felners last Saturday won work has largely contributed ttf the another Parliamentary This time they captured the seat esteem the A. O. H. has in circles. Thousands of his for Kilkenny, made vacant by the will hope death last July of Patrick O'Brien. friends and that Prof. Rohan may be spared for William Cosgravo, the Sinn Fein a long life in tho useful and patri- candidate, defeated the nalist, former Mayor otic career that he has chosen. by 380 votes. OPERATION. n. Irish-Americwell-wishers proper authorities and received inHon. W. Lamar formation from that the new law has no application to oiders for intoxicating liquors, nor does it apply to Mils or invoices as long as such bills or invoices contain nothing which could be construed as an. advertisement or solicitation for further orders. A.SPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Owing to the building of the can- 1011 Woit Broadway, Lonlsvllle, SCy. tonment for our new army and the inability to secure skilled workmen JOHN B. O'LEARY & GO. It will be at least two months beHeadquarters for fore the new Ursuline Convent on 803 East Walnut Street Cherokee road can be completed. It CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. was hoped to bo able to have tho Wall Paper and Window Shades See ub about anything In real dedication this month. The delay Room Mouldings, Ploturo Frames Is a great disappointment to Mother tnti Window Shades Mado to Order. estate. Wo sell, buy and rent 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Angela, the head of the Ursuline orHomo Phono City 2517. der In Louisville, as well as to Fred Homo Phone City 4464. JOS. EIvIvEI Erhart, the architect. P. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY MADE FIRST VOWS. We Print It For Less 1 Independent-Natio- FONTAINE FERRY Class anti-Catho- lic civil-contra- ct H.B0SSES0N and anti-Wats- on GERMAN, BANK r, k. and Market Sts. 'QUAKER MAID' Less' Hj. Mt& nomsifncp out-of-to- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Latin-America- ns al anti-drillin- non-Cathol- ic ne s, two-inc- "V t&jeLi-Lis- k; smaai rij-S-;. JJSTtfTTXJOKIY f IRISH AMBRIOAK. KNIGHTS Late News Members HIBERNIANS. y.BAnoNSl We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. CATHOUCHJND 09 COLUMBUS &j3MfaS '4&&mm t.WBKBSMBBBMJSW"- What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Editor of Catholic World Wants News Notes. d of $ 5,000,000 for Wa Catholics. Division 3 met last evening. The draft Is catching many of our younger members. Especial Ncedof Fund In Soutlij Division 2 of Syracuse has voted crn Sections of United In favor of the proposed Irish race States. convention. Come down and root for the team tomorrow afternoon. A double- header Is scheduled, so come early. Many Extra Chaplains Needed nmtntv PrRl1eiit Walter Foley For Catholic Soldiers and roTinrtu fhnt the Irish dav at Mil waukee was a financial and social Sailors. success. That Will Interest Here and Elsewhere. NOW IS THE TIME TO Prepare the Children iSssBBBswf i HASTINGS quarter-sawe- d oak and has a polished golden or a rich fumed finish. The top Is 48 Inches across and can be opened to 72 inches. The top slides with the greatest half ease a characteristic of all of the Hastings tables and eachroom of it is removable. This facilitates changing the table from to room. The first Household Club Plan payment is $2.55, with the remaining payments at $2.00 a month. DINING TABLE A Regular $2995 Value. $19.50 It Is (built of genuine Library Table $9.50 This Table is finished in a rich, dull color, in imitation of mahogany, the top measures 24 inches wide and 36 Inches long. A bolted construction makes the Table exceptionally strong and serviceable. It has "one drawer and a shelf, as shown. $1.23 is the first payment on our Household Club Plan, with future payments at the rate of ?2.00 a month. nfiulnoilov will ho Irish Anv In Tnrllan'innlla wVlPTl t.hfl TIlhfirnlanH will have their celebration at Ger-- WARNING mania Park. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Buffalo hntl a verv lareelv attended and delightful outing last Sunday at Brie Beach. Seven thousand people attended the field day and picnic of the Utlca Hibernians, which proved a most successful affair. Denver Hibernians will give a monster picnic on September 1 for the benefit of the Queen of Heaven Orphanage. County Financial Secretary urges officers and members to aid him in obtaining a completo return of picnic tickets. The New York County Board has named committees for the annual ball to be held in the early fall. This will be the big Hibernian society event of the year. Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National President, who will attend the Federation at Kansas City, will address the members and auxiliary at St. Joseph next Friday night. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Los Angeles purchased for Baby Terence O'Donnell a handsome piece of silver, which was presented to Mrs. O'Donnell, she being the first happy mother In the division. years Bill Daly, some eighty-fou- r young, who signed the call for the organization of the first division of the order In Oregon forty years ago, was an active figure at the reunion of the Portland Hibernians. Mc-Tig- ho TO YOUNG A Regular $15.00 Value. The convention next year will be held in Buffalo. Indiana with over $90,000 has greatly exceeded Its war fund quota. Sixty-fomembers of Seattle Council have enlisted In the Government service. Milwaukee Council will remit about $3,000 to the fund being raised by tho order. Cleveland had sixty teams hustling for the $25,000 quota for the million dollar war fund. Plans lor the collection of the additional $2,000,000 for war work GIRLS will be soon made known. The Knights of Watertown have a big celebration September 6 in honor of the twentieth anniversary ur yIsKbSiIIsV For School Buy their Shoes! at the BOSTON. Boston School Shoes for the coming term are' actually the last word in Children's Pootwear. At' !a moderate price you will find quality service than $1,000,000 A Fine Buffet $51.00 quarter-sawe- d oak throughout inThe Buffet is built of solid, the terior and exterior; there is positively no veneering used in polconstruction. It Is In a colonial patterns and has a highlyspace ished golden finish. There Is ample drawer and cupboard for silverware, chlnaware and table linens. Tho silver drawer is plush-line- d. A Regular $60.00 Value. $5,000,000, rather as originally expected, will be needed to flnanco the relieious and social work of the Roman Catholic church la connec tion with1 the army and navy. This was announced by the Rev. Father John J. Burko, New York, editor of tho Catholic world, in tno Key note address at the meeting of tho Defence National Catholic War Council at the Catholic University A fund of of the council. rsa a Hia further payments at $5.00 a month. flrfll n.ivment on our Household Club Plan, with FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS COFFEE GOOD MULLOY'S Has been the favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices are the fairest. Try lbs our New Blend, 2 2 ww r Special Aats Delivery Service. JOHN M. MULLOY Both Fbonea 1323 2121V. Market St. 1885. ESTABLISHED GItBAT IAWN FETK. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the ladles and centlemen of St. SIMMER The Last Dollar That you spent for something ysu did not NEED would bar itarUd a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twict a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" matt b spent for loraethisjj yon DO NEED. The SAVING bow of the dollars yon are wastlag might keep that "hard time" frea ever cesatag. 21 Patrick's parish gathered in the school hall Monday night lo put the finishing touches to the prepara- 1 1 I Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. . Saturdays Until 7 p. m. tions for tho great lawn fete to bo given on the school grounds. Sixteenth and Market, on August 20 and 21, afternoon and evening. Evboth old and erything to please young has been provided for. Special entertainment has also been planned for the children in the afternoon, and at night their Riders will be treated in a manner suited to their years. Euchre and lotto will be played both afternoon and evening and supper will be served by the ladles. You can play or eat for fifteen cents. A feature of the occasion will be an open air concert from 7:30 to 9 p. m., given by courtesy of Prof. William Armour. Everybody is Invited. FINE FEKRY BILTj. ....GOLDEN oak block.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOE HOME! USE. High in Heat. Low in Ash. INCORPORATED, S6ANL0N 60flL GOMFflNY NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Homo City 405 Autos and Taxis For Hire jBOTH PHONES 2399 "The Two Lightning Bugs" is the title of the skit with which James J. O'Neal and Frank W. Walmsley will headline next week's bill in the theater at Fontaine Ferry Park. O'Neal and Walmsley are said to he decidedly clever entertainers and their new skit to be a combination of good singing and funny stories. Ida Regal and William Mack should be diverting In an original comedy playlet entitled "The Book Shop," written for Alexthem by Stephen Champlin. ander Brothers and Evelyn, said to be the world's greatest ball bouncers, will also be on the new bill. A singing and talking affair called "His Quaker Girl" will furnish George S. Brown and Gertrude Tay Gaab. Sooth 415 lor with a vehicle, and the gladiators round out the programme with a combination of prodigious strength and graceful motion. JOLLIFICATION'. Members of the Columbia Athletic Club have received invitations to a Jollification and stag reception Monday night at the club house. Arrangements have been made to care for everybody and a large attendance Is looked for. Tho reception committee will consist of John Tierney, Ben Beckmann, Will-laDennes, Frank Dacher, Joseph m "A fund of $1,000,000 is utterly Inadeauate." ho said, "ana its an nouncement waa simply born of the fear that this was all that we could raise, but we must meet tho situation, no matter what it costs." Before the council adjourns It Is expected a permanent organiza tion will be effected to nanaie an matters pertaining to tho Catholic church and the war. Father Burke declared that while the National Government had been just in apportioning the number of chaDlains to tho Catholic church, there was no way of controlling tho distribution of tho chaplains, with tho result that in some sections of the army where the number of Catholic soldiers was large tne num ber of chaplains was small, and the Catholic churches located near the soldiers small and poorly equipped "In the Southern States tho Catholic membership is small," he said "Thousands of Catholic soldiers are enlisted from Northern cities and taken Into the Southern cantonments, with the result there Is in adequate care from chaplains and from the priests and churches In the neighborhood. "To care for 20,000 Catholic sol Idlers we need at least ten masses and five priests. Such a canton ment. needs not one recreation hall, but several, where tho men may be cared for socially and where mass may be said." Ho summarized the needs as: First Building of recreation halls, including chapels, at or near all cantonments. Second Full equipment. Third Many extra chaplains; a similar supply for troopB going abroad; local cdmmittees to guide and inform soldiers and sailors while in towns traveling from ono place to another; civic activities to keep clean towns near camps and cantonments; complete statistics of enlisted men, which in itself will cost $10,000; full supply of prayer books and other religious reading; capable Journalists to Inform both the religious and secular press of the activities and needs of the service. of America. The Iowa State Council offered President Wilson tho men, money and service of the order for the defense of the nation. The movement of Denver Council to get a gymnasium and swimming pool for the young men of the city has grown strong again. The national convention, because of the volume of business and existing national conditions, eliminated all social functions. Forty-fiv- e homeless children have been placed in family homes by the Illinois Home Finding Association of the Knights of Columbus. The Knights of Trinidad, Col., succeeded in raising again as much as its pro rata for tho war camp fund $3,000 over assessments. Cincinnati has - a committee out to make necessary arrangements for the Discovery day celebration to be held at the Embry Auditorium. The salient feature of tho national convention was the increase of the fund for army camps and cantonments from $1,000,000 to $3,000,000. The second initiation at Sidney, Neb., brought there a very largo at- and comfoYt unequaled. By All Means Bring Them Here For Shoes! g 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVENUE. g Start! a Savings Account with this safe, conservator, Sixty-onyear-olBank, to which tou can add Jl 00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 8 percent. No cost to you whatever The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,00. e ONB DOIIAR.. Under the Biz Clek GERMAN INSURANCE BANK State 6oYtrnent Supervision Secead and Market AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES tendance. The degree work was put on by teams from Sterling, Col., and Hastings, Neb. SUPREME FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 OFFICERS. EAST BROAD WAT. New Haven. The Supreme officers of the Knights of Columbus elected at the national convention In Chicago last week are: Knight James A. Flaherty, Philadelphia. Deputy Knight Martin H. Grand Rapids. Secretary William J. McGlnley,, Car-mod- BE SURE TO CALL FOR y, Treasurer D. J. Callahan, Washington, D. C. Advocate Joseph C. Pelletier, Boston. McKENNA Physician Father Burke urged the women of Donaldson, La, the church to warn young girls of The order was Incorporated in tho special danger of promiscuous 1882 by John J. Phelan, John J. association with soldiers. "In every company of soldiers, as in every company of men of other classes, there are, unprincipled men, as well as men of tho highest principles," ho said. "The danger Is the glamour of the uniform will form a special allurement and will also Invite familiarity which may bo Your women ought to be warned and be under proper chap- eronage." dan-cerou- Chaplain The Rev. P. J. McGiv-neBridgeport, Conn. Warden Thomas J. McLaughlin, Newark, N. J. Supreme Directors George F. Monaghan, Detroit; J? J. McGraw, Ponca City, Okla.; William F. Fox, Indianapolis; J. J. Meyers, CaTroll, Iowa; John F. Martin, Green Bay, Wis.; P. H. Callahan, Louisville; William P. Larkin, New York; Will-laJ. Mulligan, Thompsonvllle, Conn.; John H. iReddln, , Denver; W. D. Dwyer, St. Paul; Dr. N. A. Dussault, Quebec, and Paul Leche, m St. Paul. Dr. E. W. Buckley, y, WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. YELLOWSTONE Tho Great American TAYIiOU & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. J H H. McKemia, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, THE PHIL. HOLLENBAGH INCORPORATE) GO. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Distiller OLD FORTUNA "IIOLLENBAOH" fias W. MaU St. Ot SOUR MASH PURK RYH LotiteTllle, Ky Cone and Edward L. Hearn, all of New Haven, Conn. MINNEAPOLIS NEXT. s. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. service. We arc as Give us a trial for first-claclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and, night. PACKARD CARS. Courteou.5 and reliable chauffeurs isir specialty. Give us a call. ss Lee Yotttig Atttomobile Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Smith Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the home U brightest; Where the work U lightest; Where the meal Is cooked beet; Where the range steads Where work is quickly dose; Where- - cooking seem real fan; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge is oat of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" eonae Next Wednesday the club will hold a mammoth lotto party, and on La- and William Steltenkamp. bor day the Ford automobile will be awarded and the winner duly notified. FOU DRAFTED MEN. the test That's the where "Quick Heal" comes -- fa. IQalak Meal Gas Raag" Sold, Installed aad Highly Recommended I. j mar&t ST. 4MmmMm4MUMtHMWMnMIMIHI fm. True. I rm.tMfr. w. VIh & wMlVMNja GEHER & SON, The Most Rev. Henry Moeller, of Cincinnati, has arranged for special retreats, to be conducted for tho young men who havo been selected to serve In the new National army, in every city and town In the archdiocese. These services will be held from August 23 to August 26. In cities having more than one parish the senior pastor will select the church and arrange for the retreat; In the other places the resident pastor will conduct the spiritual exercises during the days appointed. The retreats will close on Sunday, August 26, when the young recruits will receive holy communion in a body. BISHOP GLORIEUX. D., Bishop of Boise, who has been ill for some months, la sow at St. Vincent's Hospital la Portland. On Saturday his condition was reported as somewhat imBishop Glorleux, who is proved. D. Manager Beckmann, of Trinity's team, has been furnishing surprise after surprise in the Twin City League lately. Sunday a week ho against put in a strong line-u- p Bertrands and only lost by a nar row margin. Sunday he furnished against the an even stronger line-u- p famous Champs and only lost after a battle royal by a score of 8 to 7. They say Manager "Bud" O'Brien The Imhasn't cooled off yet. perials didn't run to form Sunday, being hopelessly beaten by the K. of C., 13 to 2, while the same applies to the Orioles, who lost to the Hibernians, 15 to 2, Charley Henry, of the winners, striking out Mackin beat Bertrands thirteen. 14 to 4, though Flynn, of the losers, struck out fourteen of tho Y. M. I. boys. To aid Owner Wathen and In their encourage the Colonels pennant chase the Twin City will tomorrow and play tho following Sunday to end up the season, giving everyone a chanco to go to Eclipse Park In September. Tomorrow's schedule: Trinity vs. Mackin and Hibernians, K. of C. vs. Orioles and Mackin, Champs vs. Bertrands and Orioles, Imperials vs. Hibernians and Bertrands. The standing to date: Pet. Won Lost double-headers Clymer's Colonels will nlay their last game with St. Paul today. opening at Minneapolis tomorrow a e series, and from there will go to Kansas City for three games. The club (has held Its own with these Western teams and is only running second to Indianapolis because of the latter's better showing against Toledo and Columbus. which two have been tough picking ior our ooys all season. The fans still hope that the Hooslers will be given a setback before they return home, and if they run into a slump tho Louisville club can win the flag with their long Uiomo stay. One disagreeable feature of the recent home stay of the club was the obnoxious methods of the cheap piker bettors who frequent the third base section of the stand and annoy everyone who loves baseball for the sport Itself. The major leacues ihave put tholr foot down on base ball betting and tho Eclipse Park officials should do likewise. three-gam- 'DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT Jl II 1 yv . Ly BEER t NONE BETTER NONE PURER Prompt "Delivery Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. I CALL NO. 467 t44l IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE WOODLAWN FESTIVAL. Next Tuesday and Wod-flsdth& people of St. Francis AssisI congregation will give their yearly woodlawn festival on tho hpntitlfnl grounds adjoining the church on ana Carter ino uarasiown roaa avenue. There will be numerous features, all of them attractive in ay i j OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. INCORPORATED JOHN F. OERTEL CO. LOUISVILLE, KY Mackin Orioles Champions Imperials K.ofC ,..12 io 15 1 io 7 7 3 Trinity. Bertrands Hibernians........ i... ,. 0 6 9 9 3 16 o .938 750 .625 .625 Broadway. .43 .438 SEEKS RECRUITS' NAMES. .188 .000 Archbishop Olennon, of St. Louis, the highest degree, including also PHONE CITY 859. a number of bright booths. St. Franola parish's famous supper, known as the "Blue Ribbon," from A Case of 5 O'clock on. will asraln be a char. acteristic. The festival will be en livened with music. The electric cars pass the grounds which are a short rido from the head of Good Judgment. Order & Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common ' IIP. ; BANNON PIPE CO. Pis, The Right Rev. A. J. Glerieux, Banasn's Patoat Lldita Npc far Steam Ceaaalts, Wall Ceaiatf, Dral Tils, YMriAei Brick, X Tire tftttAi, Flae Lialag, Fire Brkk rale aa4 Seller Tile, Creaaa Fire Clay, CMsMey Tet. OFFICE .528 WEST JEFFEHSON , CUMB. MAIN 07. HOME PftONM OITY S7SM7M. asHtMagntrk Ave., Bet. tk a4 itb. X WORKS 13tfeM8reek, Sews aa4 Cnlveri tuinitiHiiHtnHiniiHiinminntntnMj the oldest priest in the Northwest In point of service, was ordained August 17, 1867, in Mechlin, Belgium. His fiftieth anniversary will consequently occur this month. His Irst charge in Oregon was Rose-bu- r. Later he was transferred to 'Oregon Ctty aad la 1871 was made . Xisaael's Preeideat U tie eld ' J Collage, Portland. Every county la Ireland thirty-tw- o waa represented by one. or more native bora men, women and annual ehildren at the forty-thir-d the demoHitration and picnic ot United Irish Societies of Chicago at Brand's Park on Wednesday. "Lady Day In Harvest," Known the day is a national holiday for all Ireland, a festival of rejoicing and an occasion when good will to the watchword. Instead of the Queen's shilling, an Irish beauty presented an American Beauty rose to every volunteer at the beotii which was seeklne; reerultn for 'Col. Daniel Moriarty's "Kigtettag Seventh" LADY DAY IN CHICAGO. u has requested pastors churches to furnish him the names of all Catholics who enter military service. The names will be forwarded to Catholic chaplains at the Cumb. cantonment camps to help them in looking after the moral welfare of the men. The lists will also be made a parish record. ST. CBCILLVS. Due to the great demand we are' now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST, ot parish 69. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Wit Pkrac West 191 Heme Phone I9IJ WIEDEMANN BtCO&TOaATM The ladies of St. Cecilia's congregation will have an lee cream social and euehre and lotto party on Wednesday, August 29, on the lawn adjoining the church, for the benefit of the new seheol. They invite sure them all their friends and of a really pleasant time. BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer, SM at all leading bars aad cafes. Reaewasd for parity, strtagtli, 1 fJRUBER DEOSER, Maarer, LmIsvUIc, Ky.