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Kentucky Irish American: August 25, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917082501_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 25, 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. Jt SMOKE Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Best Cigars Made VOLUME XXXIX TARPY'S Kentucky Irish American NO. 8. a llttlo encouragement and effort a united Democracy is possible. GLORIOUS JUBILEE. MB A8E M6K KA01Y THAN WHS SCREENS Dow Wire MJ by Iron Works Will Protect Voh & LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1917. jG. Zimlich, a friend, Conkllng, S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. J. Anderson, Lawrence Von-slck, DEMOCRATS Not Worried Over Prospects of Contort Instituted By Brumlovo. Louisville Ilerald Employe Took Prominent Part In Court Proceedings. IJnrmony a Distant Trailer in the Ranks of the Local Republicans. UNITED DEMOCRACY PROMISING . ' preliminary steps in Judge Ray's court to contest the nomination of Sheriff Oronan and none profess to be worried over the outcome In the Court of Appeals or the final outcome In tho event of a recount of the ballots. Pretty near all agree that the defeated candidate sees no hope for success in his contest, and to an outsider it would appear that he is only actuated by either motives of revenge or with tho purpose in view of rendering aid to the Republican party. The latter view seems to foe the proper one when it is taken into consideration that the special bailiff asked for by and on Brumleve's attorneys, which point the case was thrown out of court, is one J. William Bpanyer, an employe of the Louisville Herald, the latter incidentally being Mr. Brumleve's personal organ in the primary campaign, and was always ready and willing to feature Brumleve's charges of graft which charges and padded by twelve were declared a fizzle men good and true on the July Nothing undaunted, grand jury. Mr. Brumleve continued to make the same charges and none will bo surprised if tho Republican campaign orators are heard delivering his pet speech this fall. It has been charged 'by some that the Republican local leaders aro in touch with Mr. Brumleve's case and they cite the fact taht the Louls- -' as special employe ville Herald bailiff gives the Republican flavor. This may be true, but many others say that the Herald's motive is for revenge against Sheriff Cronan, who forced the local controlling powers of the Herald to eat their wordB In a doposltlon taken reecntly anent the Cronan libel case against tho Herald, and Attorney Merit O'Neal, Tor Mr. Cronan, saw to it that their act of penitence nnd reparation was complete. C. A. Segner, tho Herald as folmanaging editor, deposed lows: "I know nothing whatsoever against the personal character or reputation of Charles J. Cronan or any of his personal acts." E. A. Jonas, tho writer of the libel articles In question, said he wished to substantiate Mr. Segner's statement and that he knew nothing against Mr. Cronan's reputation, character, etc. In other words the apology of the Herald management was so galling and complete that they are trying to alleviate that etlng by annoying Mr. Cronan in another manner. There has been so much talk of dissension in the Democratic ranks that the healthy little squabble in the Republican camp has been overJohn Maas, the looked altogether. almost Republican nominee for Mayor, is carrying a grievance against Messrs. Chilton and Searcy, tho powers that be, while Wood Axton, the former idol in local G. 0. P. ranks, supported Dover for Sheriff, Bomar for Jailor, for County Clerk, Groves Cor Coroner and Wells for Bailiff in the primary, each and all of whom In were slaughtered unmercifully. statement Mr, Axton a referring to Chilton and Bald, Searcy: "I have never been and am not now in sympathy with the idea that one or two mon should be permitted "to delegate to themselves the right to name the candidates for the Republican party and the power to manage tho party's affairs." Others left out in the cold when tho nominations were handed out aro Capt. H. I. Fox, who wanted to be County Attorney: Joe Lawton, John for M. Scott and George Dalley Police Judge, Theodore Rehm for County Clerk, Lewis Y. Johnson for County Assessor and Dr. W. A. Foreman, Dr. L. A. Crutcher and Dr. H. M. Goodman for Coroner, tt can bo seen from the above list that old man Harmony is still on a vacation as far as the Republicans are concerned. Many comments of approval were In .these made on tho suggestion. week columns last that hands should be kept off in the State races and the attempt to class Louisville camp Democracy as an should be discouraged. It was demonstrated in the race in 1914 that the majority were opposed to control, this being reiterated in tho recent primary, and to be a supporter of local Democracy one should not be forced to qualify follower. first as a to Again steps should be taken welcome and solicit the support of defeated candidates and their followers in the recent primary and ceneure and criticism of men who taked. their very all la the different nam U not timely or appropriate. Attorney Jamee P. Kdwarda, Sam Robertson, Jo Nevis, Bd Xarly, and nanny others Hunter. Burke have taken a manly stand and with pay-roll- s, Elsen-menger pre-priina- ry anti-Stanley m Haly-Beckha- Local Democrats were not surprised at the failure of Brumleve's The Rev. Brother Richard, of St. Xavler's College, completed a glorious celebration of his golden jubilee at an elaborate and largely attended banquefThursday night at the Tyler Hotel, at which the Rev. Father Schuhmann presided as toastmaster. jubilee began Tho Sunday morning at St. Mary's cnurcn, wnen ronwical Oiigh mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Westermann, the pastor, assisted by Father Adolph, O. M. C, and Father Michael Melody. Two hundred of Brother Richard's former pupils assisted at tho services. The main jubilee celebration was held Tuesday morning at St. Bonifaco church, where Brother Richard was baptized and confirmed and received his first education. Solemn high mass was sung and the Rev. Father M. J. Rock, P. rector of the Cathedral Assumption, of tho preached the sermon. Tho services were followed by a banquet for the clergy and religious of the city. Brother Richard is still busy acknowledging the many messages and congratulations received during tho week preceding his jubilee, -- . VEft J1?lnanannaaannaaaaaanaflF $ ..nnnnV'VM tI " x ". & ' i - itinnnHPnnnnnttL. s 4& WKnnKPt jHeiL. irjtttjiittMK''''' TWnnMlllnnii b. 'fa ti "P JP'DP'sSfcH jr J&Zkzi$ J a yim&jt 7IHBIflHtnnnnta ?&&- niiBnFBMnnBnnnnnn'nnnnnnnnnlnnnnnnnnnnMBnMBnnnnnnnBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnlnMn. SwF $ ':'Ai - ' P. - TOWBB'". T'xmvMekt, .eH- "'" Vr BIHHnaaaaaaalnanaaamnanannaallnaaaaaaaaaaaaa jK7tt'.BnnnnnnnnnnBnnnnnnnnnnnnnaBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnf i AND HOW GERMAN AIRPLANES WORK TOGETHER. Photograph taken in the North Sea, shows a Gorman airman getting aboard a submarine from a PATRIOTS TURN TRAITORS. that they would not permit assembling Of tho Kt.lt A ronvnn. tion organized by Tftomas E. Watson to protest against the draft law there on Thursday. Both city ana county declined use of public buildings or grounds. The city police and the Sheriff said they would suppress the meeting anywhere in the county. The United States Marshal was urged to ask tor ane uso or troops if need be. Roy Crane, another of the A. P. A. "patriots," has turned traitor and Is behind the bars for delivering treasonable utterances. This is about the tenth instance in ten weeks to corroborate the stale but irrefutable contention that the Is sure to be Another instance of the character of is that of District Attorney R. H. Jackson, who brought Crowley to Pittsburgh, and on numerous other occasions presided ovor meetings and conventions, in which ho wa shelped by many of tho prominent Protestant ministers of Pittsburgh. An investigation of his character and the conduct of his office was recently put under way, and tho Pittsburgh Post says: "The office has been smelllntr In hMvon for so long that the only surprise is tnat action was not taken before. It is enough that tho scandal of the place has been filling the Court House with stench. It must bo cleaned out, and the willingness of the first assistant to help get to the bottom of it is a big point for Tn ithfi nntno nf the investigation. decency, do something." anti-Catho- llc janti-Amerl-canti-Catholi- cs City and county authorities at Macon, Ga., gave notice Tuesday LOUISVILLE'S The Catholic war fund collection Louisville will total about $20,000. double the quota set for Secretary Camden this city. on Wednesday gave out the roiiowing list of names of donors to the fund: $500 Right Rev. Bishop O'Don- oghue, P. H. Callahan, E. J. O'Brien. $300 Henry Besten. $250 Dr. Irvin Abell, Matt O'Doherty, J. F. Wagner & Sons. $250 Louis R. Atwood, Ballard & Ballard, William Heyburn, F. A. in Mc-At- CAMP FUND CONTRIBUTORS Eraslme, F. O. ee st antl-Cath-ol- lc """ i m Menne. $200 John Malone, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy, Owen Sullivan. congrega$130.50 St. Helen's tion. St. Edward's church. $135.50 $100 H. J. Angermeler, "Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Buschemeyer, J. J. Brown, R. W. Bingham, Rev. J. P. Cronln, Rev. Robert Craney, Dominican fathers, J. A. Fuegleln, Frank A. Geher, J. A. Hlllorich, A. P. Humphrey, James G. Klrwan, D. X. Murphy, Rev. M. O'Connor, W. A. Relsert, H. D. Rodman, Fred M. Sackett, Rev. P. M. G. Rock, Rev. George W. Schuhmann, James P. Whallen, Albert R. Vogel. $72 Holy Trinity church. $77.44 St. George's church. $62.77 St. Brigid's church. $50 P. Bannon, Jr., John W. Barr, Jr., Ed J. Bosler, Henry Bosse, George Braden, B. J. Campbell, Jr., J. B. Campbell, William B. Campbell, Addison Dimmitt, M. DeoSpo, J. W. Galvln, R. C. Judge, Frank McGrath, Ed S. Monohan, D. T. Murphy, O'Brien Bros., John F. Oertel, J. B. Ohllgschlager, O. K. Stovo and Range Company, Rev. John Tmo'Connor, John W. Price, John Schulton, P. S. Pogue, Starks Realty Cdmpany, Richard J. Sweeney, Jeremiah Bacon, Elizabeth Poschinger, Edward McDonough. $40,38 St. John Chrysostom church. $30 $27 $25 PBHhBHHRHDBBHHIH RUSSIAN COMMANDER. General Russky restored to high command by the new Government. FAMOUS REGIMENT'S BENEFIT. The afmous New York regiment known as the fighting Sixty-nint- h and composed of men of Irish blood principally was tendered a big benefit at the Polo Grounds In New York City last Sunday afternoon, tho proceeds to go to dependent relatives of the soldiers. The h numbers 2,100 men and will depart for France In the next A musical programme few weeks. of Irish airs was given at the grounds under the auspices of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, and then a ball game was staged between the New York Giants and the Cincinnati Reds, this being the first game was time a championship Bixty-nlnt- O. P. Ackermann, Henry Almstedt, P. M. Andrlot & Sons", Bernard Asman, Joseph Burge, Mrs. D. W. Balrd, J. P. Bannon, L. Bauer & Bros., Alex. G. Barrett, A. J. BIzot, Henry Bosquet, F. J. Breslin, T. L. Breslin, Rev, C. Brey, John J. A. Brun, B. H. Bueter, R. T. Burke, Burkley & Tierney, E. M. Caffrey, J. M. Callahan, Dr. William Cheatham, C. J. Cronan, J. P. Dant, S. J. Daut, Mark Denunzio, Rev. Eugene J. H. Duffy, M. S. Duane, Stewart E. Duncan, Dr. Max M. Eble. Evening Post, J. C. Fedler, Franciscan fathers, Theo. J. Flhe, Gorman Security Bank, John M. Golden, Jacob Haller, E. .H. Hancock, R. A. Harprlng, Elizabeth Hayes. Alice Hayes, F. J. Heffernan, Joseph Hubbuch, Sr., R. E. Hughes, Mrs. Joseph E. Hutchlns, Ben H. Imorde, William J. Imorde, F. G. Harprlng, C. C. Hieatt, Phil Hollen-bacHenry M. Johnson, Thomas Keeley, Rev. Edmund Kaiser, J. W. Klapheke. William B. Kuper, J. C. Kirchdorfer, Louisville Auto Supply Co., Charles Lynn, Camden R. McAfee, Bernard McDevitt, T. F. Don-oho- e, Rev. Rev. John P. Cassilly. J. Assent. Murphy, A. J. Mussellraan, H. J. Mullins, Ed Monohan, V. Mathis, George H. .Naber, Andy NIchter, F. Nofsinger, Noltemoyer, Ernest James O'Connor, William Oldlges, Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney, Joseph Over-ber- g, Cal. J. Pfelffer, Ed T. Pfelf-fe- r, Ben Pike, Presentation Academy, S. M. Raffo, Reeser Bros., Albert J. Richards, John L. Rlehm, William M. Riplinger, Dr. H. B. Ritter, Mrs. A. Ropke, William J. Rueff, L. G. Russell, John Ryan, Anton Sanford, Dr. E. Sandldge, Dr. Charles Sauter, John P. Schae-fo- r, Herman A. Schlldt & Co., Holland, HaroldE..Huber,1 William Hume, II. "Hdrst, Joseph Hart-lagWilliam T. Kammerer, Thomas L. Keonan, Theo. J. Kirn, John Klapheke, A. Klug & Son, L. Koell-ne- r, n Charles Kuhn, Sr., E. J. & Co., Mrs. Julia Langan, Dan W. Lawler, J. T. Lee, Frank J. Lefevre, C. A. Luckert, George Long, W. T. Madden, Mrs. M. F. Morriss, J. J. McCarthy, William T. McNally, Dr. Otto F. Metcalf, Fred Michael, Henry Michael, Anthony Mohlengraft, John F. Murphy, M. J. Murphy, Nora A. Murphy, P. J. G. e, Lan-ga- Mrs. B. Flhe, H. G. Flnnegan, John F. Finke, Misses K. and A. Fitzgerald, B. A. FuegC. J. leln, Ben J. Foengcs, Dr. Forsee, J. B. Flaherty, Flltner & Krull, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Flynn, G. William Frank, George Frank, A. B. Freevllle, David B. Garvey, Thomas J. Garvey, J. M. Gates, S. Mac E. N. Gathof, B. J. Geher, Georgel, A. Gerst, D. J. Gleeson, Alcoran, Ellen Connaughton, John J. bert C. Gohman, Henry A. Goss, Curran, C. J. Cassilly, Rev. George Leo W. Goss, George A. Godshaw, Griffin, C. Mrs. H. Cassebohm, James Greene, Mary M. Connor, Charles Crush, J. F. Dannenhold, William Grom, Frank Gruber, A. H. Dehler Bros. Co., A. S. Dlttmeler, Gates, Bernard Hackett, Clay Hall, Joseph Dougherty, John A. Doyle, J. P. Hanley, M. J. Hanrahan, M. J. Doll, Rev. t). A. Driscoll, M. J. Marie L. Hammond, Mrs. F. G. Duffy & Sons, Frank Dugan, George Harprlng1, L. Harprlng, Miss K. and M. Eady, John" G. Effing, G. D. John Harlow. John Heitz, V. R. Egly, Joseph EraBlme, Mrs. Farman, Head, P. Herberger, L. C. Heck, J. Ben Fenz, TonyFontana, Rev. Mar- P. Hennessy, B. F. Hund, Mrs. Fred tin Frankenburger, John Freman, Henry, Moritz Herr, D. J. Hlne3, Mrs. M. H. Freiker, John W. Gault, Louise Hertz, H. Hertz, John F. Magdalene Geher, John E. Gold-bac- Holland, John F. Hoffman, M. A. Mace Goss, John Gorman, and J. Homey, J. W. Horstmann, Mrs. R. C. Graves, John M. Hannan, Theo. Huber, Dr. Ed H. Hubbuch, Dr. W. T. Hayes, Engelbert John A. Hubbuch, L. W. Hugel-meye- r, M. J. Henry, Rev. John T. Mrs. Catherine Hubbuch, B. & Co., Pete F. Hund, J. B. Imorde, Mrsv Joseph Hill, F. Hoffmann ler, A. Farbach, h, Hell-muell- S. H. $10 Henry Ackerman, Adelberg, Bensinger Outfitting Co., Mary Bromlgan, Val Besendorf, John J. Barry, A. W. Bauer & Son, Rev. R. H. Berreshelm, L. A. Blan-for- d, J. F. Blocher, Rev. Bohlsen, Nick Bosler, William Bosler, C. F. Breckel, Charles H. Buddeke, Miss Carrie T. Bueter, Business Printing Charles Co., James J. Butler, Byrne, Byck Bros. & Co., J. F. Coady, F. A. Crush, Martin P. Cor- Erthle, F. C. Fed- h, Schmltt, Coal Co., Joseph A. Schoo, George E. Schulz, Lee Schulz, J. J. Schae-fe- r, Leo C. Schuhmann, Al S. Smith, H. Mrs. Charles Smith, Clarence Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Springer, John B. Stickler, H. Stottman, Alex. Stratle, Charles G. Thixton, S. J. Troxell, J. H. Venhoff, Volz & Michael, Wllhelmlna O. Waller, Victor Wathen, H. Wessels, Will-laG. Wetterer, James Wlckstead, H. F. Willonbrlnk, Phil WIrth, Jr., A. J. ZImllch, Leo Zimlich, Joseph C. Zoeller, M. Zahner, Rev. A. George B. Carney, F. A. Crush, J. V. Flood, Mary O'Sulllvan, John Adam N. Harragon, Emll Peters, Dlttmeler, Joseph A. Browning, Frank R. Schmltt, Thomas Hannon. $7.50 'William Borgman. Frank Schildt-Buddeke m McCarthy, M. J. MoClusky, Neal McDevitt, A. J. Meagher, Frank H. Miller, J. B. Miller, Miss T. Mbell-ma- u. Rev. P. M. Monoghan, John A. Moore, J. A. Moore, J. M. Mul-loM. J. Murray, W. J. Phelan, M. y, lula, Michael Hermann, Ed Hart-lagJames P. Jacobs, W. H. Jan-seMrs. W. Kachler, Ed Kaolin, L. George A. Kannapell, George Thomas Karem, Kannapell, L. Keaney, S. Kellerman, Joseph W. Kelly, J. J. King, J. C. Kirchdorfer, Jr., Mrs. E. KIrchler, John B. Klrley. G. II. Kirn, Vincent Klapheke, Henry Kleler, Ed Klosterman, Ed Klumb, Pote Kohlmeler, George Krapp, Charles Krebs, Ed Krebs, Leo Krebs, William Krebs, Mrs. A. Kriegor, Jerome Krug, Jerome King, E. A. Krull, W. H. Kuhl, Anna Kelss, Ella Kowenberg, ReKolb, George becca Kowenberg, James A. Lafollette, W. W. H. F. Lammers, Lena Lang, R G. Lee, Joseph Lehman, J. C. M. Leslie, Henry Losch, Harry Lelchtfield, Henry Lickteigh, William Lubbers, John J. Maloney, John J. Maloney, Thomas C. Mapother, Ed Marcus. M. J. Mattlngly, H. J. Robert MazzonI, Tim McAullffe, n, e, Lam-tha- n, J. Morlarlty, John Morlarlty, Murphy, M. Mc-Gulr- e, played in New York City on Sunday. Monsignor Michael J. Lavelle, rector of St. Patrick's Cathedral, threw the first ball.' CANTONMENT SECRETARY. m The State Council of the Knights of Columbus will meet 'here tomorrow afterno'on to discuss canton- toabe in charge of Camp Taylor, ment plans and select a Secretary Haly-Beckha- m The Kentucky the local camp. Irish American is reliably informed J. Ohllgachlagor has that been selected for the position by Col. P. H. Callahan and his name will be submitted for approval at the State Council meeting. The selection was made two weeks ago. Mr. Ohllgechlager la a son of Jaeofe B. Ohllgschlager, of the National (jonetmetton Company, Oonereie and U a young man of exceptional ability. Ohlmann, Ed Oesterritter, Passlon-1fathers, D. V. Phelan, Joseph Rees, Frank F. Reldhar, C. D. Rodman, Rev. Edwin Ronan, C. P., Holy Name Society, Knights of St. John Commandery 103, St. Peter's Casino Society, Stratton & Alfred Struck, Harry G, Schutz, Henry Thieman, John Tobe, R. E. Wathen & Co., George A. Weiss, R. J. Whelan, Rev, E. Erie Wlllett. R. G. Wulf, Ed Yeakel, J. H. McFerran, S. J. McEllIott. $23.18 St. Aloyslus church. $20 L. D. Bax, Thomas J. Duffy, Theo. Evers, Charles A. Edelen, Rev. William Gausepohl, W. D. Gahen, Frank Heck, O. J. Kinzer, John Kirchner, Sr., Charles Knight, O. John T. Laffan, J. Redmon, Rudolph Bauer. $17 St. Cecilia's church. $15.50 St. Aloyslus church. $15 Mrs. Johanna Ackerraan, Ida W. Barnes, E, J. Cooney, Thomas D. Clines, C. Lee Cook, John Donnelly, Mike Dougherty, A. J. Dresel, L. D. Bax, Jr., V. IT. Eckert, Joseph II. Gottbrath, MazzonI, P. S. Mattingly, Rev. J. McAleer, F. P. Senn, Frank Caroline Oeeterrlter. $12.50 raul C. and Albeit T. T, HarreM, A. Sarin, William S6tKMme,1 Jr. . ttk. $12 A st Ter-stegg- S. S. Montgomery, J. B. 'McForran, O'Brien, C. X O'Connor, Moran, J. T. J. Frank A. John e, An-ge- lo All-ge- 1 W. G. Probst, William M. Qulnlan, John B. Rapier, Dr. Henry L. Rapp, O. P. Reuter, J. C. Rleger, William Rihin, Paul E. Rodman, Henry J. J. Rueff, William Rueff, John Rev. D. O'Sulllvan, $7 Ryan, Mark Ryan, Dr. William B. Miller & Acker-ma- Sanders, Ben Sandmann, James R. $6 Mrs. J. James C. Larkins. Scally, J. E. Schaefer, Stephan J. $5 J. II. Amshoff, R. Anderson, Schaedler, Mrs. Henry H. Schehr, H. H. Aulbrach, H. H. Aulenbrock, C. Schlldt & Sons, Clem F. Schlldt, William Augustus, Mrs. P. E. Elli- Lee Schindler, Schoeffler & DIerkes, son, Richard Bean, Margaret Marie Louisa Sholtz, Henry Schoo, J. R. Baldwin, J. Raymond Sr Henry Schoo, Jr., Ollie J. Schoo, Darrett, J. E. Bell, Lawrence C. Schreck & Wetter, Joseph Belshoff, F. L. Burger, Beutel famMiss Mamie Schuemann, Mrs. ily, Matt Blslg, Joe Bleslg, Oscar George E. Schulz, George Schumpp, A. Block, Frank. Bloemer, George Alex. Schwabenton, Schwartz famBeckman, Thomas A. Bohon, Ed J. ily, J. F. Seger, John J. Selberz, Bosler, Antolne Brock, E. D. Mary Shannon, Miss Thomas Paul Bronger, Leo F. Brown, Sheedy, W. B. Slattery, A. Hugh Henry J. D. Browning, Phil "Stark, J. C. Stelten-poh- l, Brumleve, Joseph M. Burke, Will-laJacob Stouer, Louis F. Steurle, A. Burnett, John Byron, J. A. Jacob Stiph, J. H. Stlerataetler, Bywater, M. Benedict, William J. Louis Stoke, Jr., John Stratman, W. Brady, Alice Cahill, Bcna Cahlll, F. Strlckton, John Stuckenberg, Margaret Cahill, Ed Callahan, Anna Mrs. E. M. Sullivan, J. L. Sullivan, E. Carr, D. E. Carroll, M. P. Car- John Swift, Dr. John Vonderbeck, roll, John Casey, Jr., W. J. Chawk, A. G. Stith, Southern Coal and Coke Blanche Clerget, F. H. Clerget, Mrs. Co., Sebastian Schenck, William F. H. Clerget, John J, Coohe, Louis Scheibor, Mrs. Julia Taylor, Charles Carraro Sr., E. J. Coleman, John Thoben, Phil B. Thompson, Charles J. Coleman, Mice Rose Conroy, Dr. H. Toner, Edward Tonlnl, J. W. F. C. Clerget, Torpey, James M. Tracy, Philip S. John T. Chawk, Matthew P. Carraro, Sr., Matthew Tuley, Thiemann Bros.. W. C, Harry C. Vaughan, P. Corcoran, Frank Dacher, Augusta Vance, Mrs. Davies, W. H. Dennes, James F. Veeneman, Amelia Velth, A. IT. Deuser, Mrs. John Dewberry, Anton Vonderheide, George Waecheter, JoDiebold Stone Co., H. C. Dlersen, seph C. Wagner, J, II. Walser & Mrs. M. Dillon & Co., Rosle Dolan, Son. Morris Walsh. P. Walsh. Mrs". J. J. Donohue, D. J. Dougherty, P. Mary Walter, Joseph M. Watson, J. Dowllng, T. J. Dowllng, C. A. N. E. Weber, NIc Weber, G. B. Dralle, George Droppelman, M. J. .Webb, Joseph G. Weldekamp, Mrs. Dugan, Mary H. Dorr, Mrs. H G. Mary Welseaberg, David W.lsh, Dempf, Dr, W. B. Doherty, Dough- Jonn J. WeeterfleW. Mrs. 1!. E. erty it 'Lannlnjt Coal Co., J. G. Weeler, Mr. At Wiehouee, Ar H. Dienie, Jr., J. Tyler Bdelen, Henry WilktM. K. T. Wulf, Ciem E. E. Silent, Trnul XUon, Joeepk Wachter, Dom. Sennder, Sr., Louie n, Bls-choff, George H. Naber, T. J. Naughton, A. L. Nelson, August Nclhaus, F. A. Nobbe, Martin Ochsner, Dr. B. J. O'Connor, P. J. O'Hara, James O'Nell and sisters, B. J. Osterholt, Frank Otte, Joseph Otte, T. J. O'Leary, D, O'Connell, George J. Palmer, George H. Pas-lic- k, W. B. Pero, James B. Perry, William A. Perry, Kate Pfafflnger, Charles T. Pfeffer, W. J, Phelan, Potter family, Anthony Pohl, Miss Josle Pohl, Simon Pontrlch, Frank H. Poschinger, William D. Prlel, J. Schue-man- n, Brod-erlc- k, Span-nlngc- c, m - KIppes, Mrs. Annie Beyer, Sister Huberta, W. E. Zoeller, George Jr., John Schroeder, William J. Bax, Robert L. Page,' John Maas, Timely Hints For Welfare TVork W. F. Stockton, A. L. Nelson, W. E. For American Soldier Hess, Dr. J. J. Connolly, George Boys, Rautenbush. $4 Al C. Brand, Henry I. J. Ethoridge, Edward Zaepfel. $3.50 Mrs. F. Klunder. $3 William A. Auerbach, J. W. TVLat the English Catholics Are Allgeler, John Blllman, Josephine Doing For Men at tho Bohlsen, W. J. Bush, Thomas P. B. Clark, D. W. Cunlff, Front. Chris. T. Crawford, John Dalzell, C. H. Devlin, John E. Devlin, J. Dlllman, Thomas Flnnegan, Daniel Gibson, Mrs. M. Garden, August Faca to Face With a MultiHacherman, Anna W. Howard, tude of Ilislug War Henry Heel, J. Hoerter, L. Huber. Prohlcnis. Joseph W. Knapp, August G. Koert- ncr, M. Lechtfleld. William C. Mayer, John E. MoDermott, Charles McDonald, David Medici, J. T. Mur phy, Charles W. Nold, Matt Oochll, WITH RED CROSS Mrs. Fred Ohmari, W. M. O'Nell, Mrs. T. Quick, C. J. Rieger, Philip Itueppel, E. J. Russell, Charles J. Ryan, John Schneider, Mrs. Shea, In a llttlo booklet, "How to Help Ed Sheehan, J. F. Straub, Lawrence Stlch, Peter Wermelster, William Catholic Soldiers," Issued but reSilk, George Bowman, George Bohr, cently by tho Catholic Social Guild of England, Rev. Charles Plater, S. Ed Fox. $2.50 J. E. Beach, Condon J., well known for his excellent conFlynn, Harry FJynn, Mrs. A. L. tributions to Catholic social work, Hlnkle, Martin Laust, Raymond gives us a most Interesting and Owens, Mrs. Lawrence J. Veene stimulating survey of what English man, S. Watkins, Henry Krapp, B. Catholics are doing for their own In the army. The long list of acWels, Thomas Byrne. $2 L. D. Harold, George W. tivities and agencies at work to Haas, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haag, make war less unsafe for the faith boys Mrs. A. Hauck, F. A. Hickey, Ed H. and morals of the English Hlnkebeln, Lena Heller, R. E. makes very edifying and good readHeffernan, D. J. Hennessy, P. E. ing. Wo find that there are soHenchey, William Hoertz, Jacob cieties having for their object the securing of suitable opportunities Heskamp, H. G. Hill, John T. George J, Hettlch, F. Het- for tho boys of hearing mass, going Hodapp, C. tinger, Elizabeth to confession and communion and Hochadel, W. Horen, J. L. Huber, of practicing their religion wthout William S. Hutchison, Phil Hutti, hindrance. Other forces aro enGeorge Heln, Mrs. C. Imorde. Jo- gaged In safeguarding them from seph Hogan, the social evil, from drink and bad Hanzelman, Mike Others again are deCharles Holsclaw, Mrs. Mamie K. companions. Hoertz, John Hennessy, Harry Hen- voting time and energy to supplynessy, W. J. Heffernan, Thomas ing the need of spiritual aids and Hayes, William Hartlage, Mrs. M. objects of devotion, good reading Jacobs, T. E. Jaagors, M. Jochum, and recreation. The work being done here by the Knights of ColumJohn G. Jutt, Val Kast, R. C. bus is done in England and in S. M. Keeley, E. E. Franco by the Catholic Huts CounGeorge Knapper, Frank cil formed by representatives df a Koenlg, Mrs. F. M. Kohl, F. A. Kopp, Joe Keal, F. B. Kroht. great number of Catholic societies. In Charles Laufcr, W. J. Lawler, Ed out, this connection, as is pointed It is well to note tnat Catholic Lechlelter, Henry J. Leltsch, C. B. LInneman, P. J. LIston, John S. sociotles In the towns where solLovett, D. Lubbers, John Lubbers, diers are quartered can be of great F. P. Ludwlg, William Lurdlng, M. assistance in caring for the spiritual Lusher, Henry Llebert, John D. and bodily welfare of tho soldiers, Lubbers, Thomas Lynch, John Lang, a useful hint for our societies in Mrs. Hannah Malta, J. C. Marratta, our own country. Other small chapM. G. Mature, Frank R. McGuire, ters deal with hospital visitation, Mrs. Fenton Meixell, William H.l securing employment and recreation Miller, Mrs. Geneva MUlett, Robert for the convalescent. So, too, reMitchell, Mrs. P. Monohan, E. B. treats havo been held for those comMonsch, A. Montedonlco, Dan J. ing and those going from and to During 1916 sixteen such Morlarlty, C. C. Murphy, August C. war. Mayer, W. R. Martin, Clem Mono-ma- retreats were held with notable reLee Nagle, J. Guy Nevln, sults. Catholic nurBes form a speThomas Neumann, Julia Nold, Mrs. cial guild and, according to the account given, render notable spiritual aid. Then there is the Cath(Continued on third page.) olic Soldiers' Correspondence Guild, which can show a very credltablo record of 4,000 cases of putting "' HI""1 '"l Catholic soldiers, elck or disabled or prisoners, in touch with their relatives and friends. In tho care for prisoners of war the English Catholics are with the British Red Cross. Father Plater adds a great many timely suggestions on such topics as "insurance and pensions," pointing out how Catholics can securo these aids; "employment and after,?, care," suggesting ways and means for work in this direction; "hospitality and "blfnd soldiers;" "social life and recreation." In this regard we can not t .innl uinnv but quote the suggestive words of the reverend author, for they contain a very useful hint for our own work In the days to como. "Another vast problem," he writes, "calling for careful consideration of the Catholic body will ariso after the war, and we should begin to think about it at once. The men discharged from the army and returned to their parishes will feel the abrupt change from army life to home life. They will want to meet other men who have been In tho array, with whom they can talk over ADMIRAL JELLICO, tho past. They will be craving for Who has general direction of all the spacious cheerfulness of tho British naval business. canteen and recreation hut, with Its movement and noise. Aro wo STATE FAIR. to leave these habits to find their outlet In the public house or the Throughout Kentucky the keenest Institute? It is a Interest centers about the coming great chanco of developing our Btate 'Fair to be held "here In Louis- Catholic men's clubs, but they will ville and will attract thousands have to be made more attractive Presifrom the adjoining States. than they have sometimes been in dent Mat S. Cohen and Secretary tho past. No parish after the war Fount T. Kremer are handling this should bo without a club of this colossal task with the satisfaction sort." of knowing that they have succeedFinally the soldiers' and sailors' ed in adding to the fifteenth annual requiem fund, which provides for Kentucky State Fair, which openB a lasting endowment in tho form September 10, the most remarkable of a church built to commemorate features ever associated with a the Catholic dead and to provide Btate fair. The gigantic undertaka perpetual memorial for them in ing of summing up in" one festal daily masses to be said ifor their week the agricultural and live stock eternal repose, suggests to us one accomplishments and form of spiritual charity wo must Industries, achievements of the entire State for not overlook. Wo, though not yet the year, has been successfully car- In so acute a form, aro face to face ried out, and to these two will bo with a multitude of problems arislargely due the credit for a State ing from tho caro of tho soldiers of Fair that promises to surpass any our own faith. It will be well for ret held in this section of the us if wo are and country. generous enough to learn from attempted amd done those who have LEAVING OLD NIAGARA. much in this field. C. B. of C. V. After a term of five years as HEALTH HAS FAILED. President of Niagara University, Very Rev. M. A. Drennan, C. M., Tho clergy and laity of this counwho has many friends in the Louisappointed try will learn with regret that Rev. ville'' diocese, has been professor of moral theology at St. John R. Ro&swlnkel, 3. J owing John's Seminary, Brooklyn. Father to falling health, has resigned from Drennan will be sorely missed at the Mission Band arid in future will Old Niagara, for he had eecome not conduct missions. Father very popular with seminarians, and conducted his last mission. indeed with all with whom he came In LoulBville at the Cathedral, and in contact. And while all will be at that tlmo bis health was not sorry to lose him, it Is most grati- the best. There was but one Father fying to note that he is to 'be suc- Rosswlnkel In the country. Wherceeded by Very Rev. W. F. Llkly, ever he conducted missions the C. M., for some time President of churches were crowded with CathJoseph's College at Princeton, olics and alike. He St. N. J. Father Llkly was Preeident spoke etralglU from the" shoulder in years ago and did ap- language concise and clear, and hlr of Niagara preciable work in that capacity. words invariably bore fruit, Cas-key, J. Smith, J. M. G. McEllIott, OUR J. Gavin, Mrs. Annie OWN Cam-fiel- d, Hes-slo- n, Kalt-enbach- er. n, Kir-wa- n, n home-visiting- ;" ic broad-aninde- d Rose-wlnk- cl non-Cathol- r jsckmcodxjok: COMING EVENTS. xjfitisKt .jwrEjiaxom. HERMAN STRAUS row Avenue KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED her home on West Broadway, where her condition is steadily Tto4 to - SmMmI "- - ' KVKRY SATURDAY. W Nml iiMiwiim to Intuit (Mr m CO.,- MMTi August 27 Ladies' Altaf Society church ibenefit entertainment at St. Helen Misses Margaret .Foley, Michael's Hall, Brook street. Mueller and Blanche McGrath spent week end with Mrs. M. J. Duffy, wxagc8aacCBCXKOJMijiaowcw the at South Park. Jr., 'icawwrn SONS market - smrr J f f AMERICAN WUMTINQ VgA OLLAX M MCRIPTraN MIICK, WTUOKY lf1lH -. HsB . & SOCIETY. Wi3XSK5C8C83SS3333SS3e8Sra Miss Carrie McKIbbln Is sojourning at Petoskey, Mich. Ulse Florence Leahy spent sev-ei- al days last week at Nazareth. ' SIWOLg COPY Miss Maggie Dalton has returned to her home after' a two months' visit at Warsaw, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin My lor. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hackett, of New Albany, visited at Blooming-tolast week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Dunn. n, We Give and Redeem Gold Trading- Stamp. 4f I Ijlf CwhIWw U m CTHWq . UsrU attfc a a lniWUM AsMWCAW, - - WW l&H Wit r- " ' -K BOYS' SERVICEABLE ffiA5cir)i HtSVILL. KY Miss Anno McGoVern, of Flora Mrs. Martin Moran left Monday Heights, has returned from a two Ashevllle, N. C. weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. A. to visit friends at SATURDAY, AUGUST THREE OP A KIND. "The tight against America's participation in the war and President Wilson is" now being led b- tkree representatives of the conspicuous Guardians or Liberty and the A. P. A. In general Mayor "Bill" Thompson, of Chicago; Gov. Catts, ofTlor-ldand Tom Watson, of Georgia. a, WANT HELP. Fraternal day celeThe bration which has been monopolized by the. Junior Order the past few years, and .which proved a ffzzle, has now tried a new tack. They are endeavoring to have the Kentucky State Fair fathor the move aaU affix it to their programme, and then claim credit for the large attendance at the fair. They are sure beJievers In the old motto of "Hitch your wagon to a star." WOMEN IN FIGHT. No sooner have the women of i Lexington and Fayette couaty en- tared politics than they are engaged in a disgusting and demoralizing factional fight. Charging that Miss Nannie Gray Faulconer, the Democratic nominee for County Superintendent of Schools, had won In tho primary through the votes of those not legally qualified to vote, more than fifty men and women Voters of Fayette county met in Lexington and passed resolutions requesting M1S3 Frances Folsom McGulre, the defeated candidate, to oppose Miss Faulconer on an Independent ticket The resoluIn the fall election. chargd that many Republican tions negro women voted for Miss Faulconer In the Democratic primary. It is understood that Miss McGulre will consent to run If the patronage is stnomg exlough. From this It can bo readily seen that the suffragette In politics will not elevate womanhood. LOOKED TO AS REBELS. to business otcaterlng democracy is getting a 'bit Irksome for orgark of British Torydom. The Saturday Review of London, in which the Tory spirit flowers most exquisitely, denounces the release of the Irish political prisoners, which it understands was due to a desire to placate democratic opinion In America and Itussia. This cultivademocratic tion of International fraternity does not appeal to the i: Review, which explodea in this "So then, we are to endanger the safety of the United Kingdom by tolerating treason and' petting rebels in order to please the scum politics and to xQf pander to the anarchists who are doing their best to ruin Russia! The policy of Great Britain is to be siettled not in the Imperial Parliament but in the Nihilist clubs of Petrograd and Moscow, onU in the Mephltic dens where spout the mercenary patriots of Tammany. Has It really come to this!" One can see that the mere thought of such an eventually has threatened the Review writer with apoplexy. Also the real English spirit toward the United States, without which- - John Bull can not save his face. The r t fV It fash-lon- I IV, Irish-Americ- an STAND FOR UNITY. As has been foretold the Sinn Fein candidate has won Jn Kilkenny by a hanldsome majority. Whether ot mot the Sinu Fein policy of from Parliament be wise time will decide. What la of moment Is the effect the election will have on the Irish convention. We have aid repeatedly that under ordinary circumstances nothing of valuei was tb be expected from a convention that In reality has not It Is the sanction of Parliament. quite possible, however, that the Blnn Fein success may force M to do something toward settling the vested Irish question. The confidence with which the Sinu Fein- party speaks of an Irteh xepubllc In toe near future has led many people ta believe, that this party has assuwusces from powihelr hopes will erful quarters This put a powerful be realized. weapon Into the hmte of the borne and rule miwm4ers o the eonvea-tkIf used vigorously may force the Unionists io strike their colors and spree on a measure which weuld give Ireland this largest possible modicum of autonomy within the empire. If toe convention fall to dd this thw only course pen) to, the would be to resign: sad Irish go to the eountiy for a new mandate. SMml Fela would thus be given an opportunity to put its pol icy te the test, and that opportunity Ai'aojr rate thte is . It tftmM oot tfce time tor dlvMed eeuaelis and 'dftMad fofeea. IrWi Nattoaal- -l on -- m!sr "Rftfhflr Stetierle. who is vls- friends In Cincinnati, was the Miss Lula McCrory left Saturday Ists of whatever stripa should bo a for New York and other Eastern guest of honor at a party given at thf home of Allss irma jonnson m unit la asserting Irish claims, but points. -Clifton. the votes of tha people alono can Miss Miss Marie McGee was last week Barrett. Airs. .ToseDhlne determine the character and extent the guest of Miss Cecilia Mattlngly Tillie Cunlff and Miss Margaret of those claims, and what will prove at Bardstown. Hoertz are expected homo tomorrow settlement, The a satisfactory from Chicago, wkere" they have been Shelley, of Trenton, N. visiting. watchword should be unity. Miss Anna Is the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth J., Burns in Clifton. FMwiirrl Smith, a former Louls- VOICE OK THE POPE. ville boy, but now residing In Chi In a Miss Marcle Vlgllnl left Sunday cago, has been hero this past weeK The Omaha World-Heral- d leading editorial last week on Popj for Battle Creek to Join her aunt, nn a visit to his mother. Mrs. Mary f Mis. Kate Wilson. Smith, of Bank street. Benedict's peace appeal says In part: peace proposals that come re "The Miss Mamie Gottbrath will Miss Mary Louise Whitty, West from the Vatican are of solemn turn today from a week's sojourn Broadway, has returned from ChatrevoluSince the Russian moment. at Graham Springs. tanooga, where she has been visittion and the entrance of the United ing her cousin, Mrs. E. Walter Hlll-erlcStates into the war there has been Miss Geneva Keeley left Sunday since early In the summer. Imno other occurrence of such for Chicago, to be the guest of portance to the world. Pope Bene- Miss Mary T. Barry. Rev. Father Monaghan, Will B. dict's proposals to the belligerent Goda, Adam Schneider and James governments are weighty because of Is home after a B. Kelly will leave Miss Alma Cole tonight for the grave seriousness of the situa- pleasant visit with her aunt, Mrs. Richmond, Ind., to represent Trintion that inspires them, because of E. M. Cole, at Latonla. ity Council, Y. M. L, at the annual the exalted source from which they convention. come, and because of their simMiss Mafy Rose Henry has been ilarity, In most essentials, to the visiting at Cloverport, the guest of the Miss Imo Mulr, who was terms suggested by President Wilson the Rev. Father Henry. fiipat nt hsr aunt. Mrs. Robeit J last January, when It was still hoped Hagan, has returned to her home that the United States might be Jr., of MemEdward permitted to fill the lofty role of phis, has J. Hackett, guest of his at Bardstown. while nore sne rebeen the the ceived much attention from peacemaker. Albany. younger set. "It Is Important that every parents in New American citizen, every lover of been Miss Dorothy ATlaeoa Mn.rirn.rfit Helen and liberty, should recall to mind these entertaining Miss Duane hasRouse, Catherine Smith, two pretty and popular girls of the fundamentals of statements now a visitor from Solitude. of St. Louis, ana aaugniers oi a a just and enduring peace, leading railroad official there, were that all the governments engaged reMiss Katie Flahlve was the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. In war. our own Included, are chai lenged by the supreme head of a cent Sunday guest of the Misses Hairy Doerr, of 2204 Portland avegreat and historic church to an LIndell at Jeffersontown. nue. of the consideration! Miss Dorothy Callahan, of New and O'Connell Minnie subject. That such consideration Mrs. O'Connell will 'be accorded we may accept Albany, Is spending several weeks daughters, Miss Minnie and Miss Willie O'Connell, of Jefwithout question. Perhaps few If with relatives In Cleveland. any belligerent governments will fersonvllle, departed Tuesday for n, Sullivan Is the Cincinnati to visit Mrs. Alice Mrs. Eugene Pope be favorably impressed with guest of her daughter, Mrs. John daughter of Mrs. Benedict's suggestions as a whole another Perhaps the most of them will be Donlon, at Nashville, Tenn. O'Connell, for two weeks. Inclined to reject them. But never was a reMiss Kate McDermott theless. with the proposal coming In RECUPERATING. at New Haven, the DEMOCRATS tho way it does and from the source cent visitor Lyons. U does, it Is not too much to hope guest of 'Mrs. W. H. Col. Frank McGrath, Col. M. J. that a way will have been opened Brennan, Capt. M. J. Hogan and Miss Frances Corrlgan, of the Lieut. James E. Fahey, four of our In which the two great rcnoups of allies, with the least embarrassment Highlands, is in Buffalo to spend prominent Democratic leaders, went to their several members, can pre- several weeks with lelatlves. to Dawson Springs Wednesday for sent and mutually consider their a ten days' stay, where they will on Mrs. Calle Gallagher, of St. Paul, rest and lecuperate In preparation own ideas of the conditions Minn., was this week the guest of for the strenuous days of the comwhich the war might be ended. "Pope Benedict, we may be sure, Mrs. B. Adams In Jeffersonvllle. ing campaign. oad considered well all the oh to "peace before ho acted. Fallahay and son spent Mrs. John atacles FELICITATIONS. visiting But he acted hopefully, neverthe last week in Indianapolis It her sister, Mrs. John T. O'Hern. less, and 'because he conceived felicitations fiom Innumerable his Christian duty to act, to save way near and faihave found The civilization from destruction. James Cummins, South during the'past week to theirhome Mrs. the same motives that appealed to him Louisville, has returned from a ten and must appeal, with equal force, to days' visit to relatives In Chicago. of Mr. Main, Mrs. David Garvey, of2319 anupon the birth West the responsible heads as well as to The father other promising the peoples of all the nations at Alderman T. J. Campion has been Rnd mother, who son. very popular are war. From our own Government in New York City and other points we may confidently anticipate a re- East this past week on a business and well known, have received nine visits from the Stork, who brought sponse befitting the ideals and tra trip- to them six boys and three girls, ditions of the American people and Misses Rebecca Yager and Annie seven of whom still brighten their their purposes in this war. Mean to Join Dr. home. while that Government imust con McGlll left Saturday tlnue to have the unfaltering sup1 and Mrs. Newton Yager at Atlantic ENTERTAINMENT. port of the whole people in tire City. vigorous prosecution of its war pro Monday evening the Ladles' Altar gramme as the safest and surest Miss Dorothy Laverty is in Nashstep toward an early peace. On ville, wheie she joined her grand- Society entertainment for the ibenethis, more than on all else, will de mother, Mrs. C. E. Laverty, for a fit of St. Michael's church, Brook street, will be held in the school pend the disposition of the German visit. hall. This is the only entertainGovernment to consider peace terms Mrs. Mich Casper and children ment given by this parish this year, that will make the world safe for were In Tell City the past week, and will Include games, supper and America." The pleasing features. The above Is a very reasonable where they visited 'Mrs. Sarah many going been preparations have Interpretation If the Holy Father's Clark. actively forward and the members Intention in sending his peace propo Mrs. Joseph Rehm and daughter, of the parish as well as the pastor, sitions to the heads of all the Miss Florence Rehm, left Sunday Rev. Martin O'Connor, extend a corbelligerent governments. The Pope for Los Angeles to remain several dial invitation to all friends. Intends his ideaa to form merely a weeks. OURS THE BEST. basis on which the diplomats of the Miss Mary Hogan, of South Sevnow at war can enth street, returned different countries this week Deputy Jailer George Flynn remeet for discussion. The entire from a two weeks' vacation at Floyd turned the first of the week from a trip to Chicago and s Milwaukee, world is war-weaand would wel- Knobs. vhere lie had a teal live time. In come an early peace. The devasta Little Miss Katherlne McGlll Is both cities he Inspected the Jails, tion caused by this war Is terrible in Bardstown, where she will spend which he says are well conducted add .If It should continue much the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Will but far behind the one here pie-sldover toy Charley Foster, where longer there will toe little left worth McGlll. the uplift Is better and the sanitary fighting for nations bankrupt and Miss Ann CKeefe, of Beechmont, more perfect than In any depopulated for the next hundred has been ylsitlng In Frankfort this conditions the entire ' country. other In years. week as the guest of Miss Mary Vmvpr. SACRED HEART RETREAT. DEMORALIZING. is home Miss Frances Shanley The triennial chapter of the Cen-- n ic. ,o ai,n inmt - ni. - 'from Chicago,R. where she accom tral Providence of the Passlonlst B. and Miss Minnlo Fnthers will be held at Sacred panled lzlng Louisville and Jefferson county Jpavloe Mrs. Heart Retreat, on the Newburg none can ueiiy. nera wo mavo wu road, beginning SeptemBer 5, The divorce Henry Hunold and Magistrate Provincial and other officers are to Chancery Courts where cases are tried, and which occupied Ben Schulman have been registered be elected at this chapter,' and the a vacation from rectois of the various monasteries, at West tho greater part of their time last business. Baden for including that of Holy Cross, Cinyear and therefore interfering with; cinnati, will be selected. their- - regular and more important Mrs. Clara Romp, of Portland, ST. BRIGID'S. Last year there were had as visitors the past week" Mrs. business. 2,554 marriage licenses granted amd Fred Kelly and son Edward, of Covington. Tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock 660 divorces. The law, and not the there will" be an inagural organ reIs responsible for this condi courts. Senator Mark Ryan, of the Sher- cital by Prof. Arthur C. Becker on Ielslature iff's office, is enjoying a two weeks' tne new Pllcher organ at St. tion of aftairs. The t the should i&nact laws that will entirely vacation with friends at one of the Brlgid's church,is of which The Rev. pastor. new Father Jansen abolish or greatly reduce this evil, river camps. organ is one of the finest in the destroying many Ken which Is fast Mrs. John Godfrey and daughter, State, nd the programme arranged tucky homes Mary Godfrey, have returned from will prove a musical treat. FollowBoston, New York ana otner cities ing the recital there will be benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. in the East. GOOD FOR HART. IHnir h, ooen-mlnded Mc-Canry ed -- last Miss Nell Cashman spent 25, 1917 week with friends at Hnrdlnsburg. G. Head, in Indianapolis. SCHOOL UU.vJD SUITS $5.95 Splendid New Patterns, Wool Mixed Materials, Well Made, Priced at Only $4.95 Special While They Last Boys' School Waists 55c Values For 39c. BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES IN ALL STYLES RECENT DEATHS. IN ALL SIZES E. E. LANNING, Vice President. EDW. H. NIEHAUS, Sec. and Treas. The death of Capt. James W. O'Neil on Saturday at his home, 2326 West Jefferson street, after an illness of eight months, removes a JOS. DOUGHERTY, President. DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED pioneer river pilot and steamboat-ma- n from who was well known Pittsburgh to New Orleans. A dutiful husband, loving father and true friend, he will be missed by all who knew him Intimately as well as by tha large circle of acqualntancs he had formed In private life. Tn his last hours he received the consolation of his religion at the hands of church, from where tho funeral was Surviving held Monday morning. Mrs. him are his wife, Carrie Nell; two daughters, Misses Maiie and Jeannette O'Neil; a scffl, Will-lam O'Neil, and two sisters, Mrs. George Wolfe and Mrs. Ben Sand, the latter of Detroit, inch. , Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. Rev. Father Raffo, of St. diaries Offics and Yards City 3101 Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue LOUISVILLE, KY. South oooy WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOp the ,iiw tlt lrty ha-r- Miss Elizabeth Egan, of New Dr. Thomas P. Hart, of the Cath bany, has been spending the week ollc Telegraph, 1b now President of visiting friends and relatives , at Announcemnt is made by Mr. the Catholic Press Association, Indianapolis. and Mrs. W. H. Lang, 951 East Maple street, Jeffersonvllle, of the and Here's hearty congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Will S. Kalten-bach- engagement of "their daughter, Miss hope that all will give him the and children Jiave returned Cora Gertrude Lang, to Thomas earnest and undivided support. from a. week's visit with relatives M. Marra, who is a member of the City Councjl. The date for the at Shelbyville. Ten more States must vote "dry" marriage has not been fixed. nation-wid- e befKH-prohibition can Miss Josephine Tierney Is recovRESTORING OATHEDRAIv. "become effective. A number of tbJose ering from a long and serious illalready "dy" will Join the "wets" ness of typhoid fever at her home St. .Louis Cathedral at New Oron West Broadway. when the Anal test eonse. They are leans, one of the country's oldest disappointed over the results. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Burke and Catholic edifices, is to be restored daughter, of Clifton, left last week at a eost of $100,000 through the Congratulations to the Toledo for Covlagton, where they will contribution of an iadlvldual who desired that his identity be not Record, which wKh last week's issue make their home. The Cathedral was diselosed. May eatered its thirteenth year. who has erected on a aits sateeted in 1718 Mrs. W. J. Seholte, Its suoeess .tnorease with the eomisg beea quite ill at Ma. Mary ' and by BienvHle, founder ef New years. BUnfeelh HesBital' has returned to Aler e JEFFERSONVILTiE. sympathy Is extended to one ivliieh need it BEPOHU II' GETS HE ALLY HOT. the family of the late Leonard S. w CO. Merlmee, whose death has removed INCORPORATED. t.ie piesence of a devoted husband, Phone City 135 333 WEST MAIN ST HE 1ST For father and upright citizen. many years he was In the Government levenue service with a most HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY creditable record. His health had been falling for some time past at and on Tuesday he succumbed DIVISION 3. his home near Jeffersontown. His funeral mass was celebrated at the What They Have Been Doing First and third Fridays, Hibernian. 0 Home, Portland. morning and Cathedral Thursday the Past Week General was attended by a large number of President John M. Riley. old associates and friends,. He is Vice President Tim O'Leary. News Notes. survived by a 'brotlier, T. Hamilton Recording Secretary John MarMerlmee, and two sisters, Miss tin. Maria Merlmee and 'Mrs. Elizabeth Secretary Financial John J. Division 4 will meet next Mon- Broderlck. Ray; also his wife, Mrs. Bertha day evening. Merlmee, and nine children. Treasurer Dauiel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. Denny Crowley wants a job umSunday afternoon a.t St. Michael's piring when the A. O. H. team plays Sentinel Thomas Noono. church the last solemn rites were only. held over the remains of Benjamin DIVISION 4. St. Paul Hibernians will have son of BenF,, the their field day and sports carnival Meets second and fourth Mondays, jamin F. and Delia Heuser, 126 on September 2. Bertrand Hall. Sixth street. North Clay stret. For the bereaved Tom Dolan and Mike McDermott parents many friends feel deepest President Thomas Lynch. have just returned from an exsympathy. Vice President-Joh- n J. Barry. cursion down the river. Financial Secretary Thomas J. GOOD IAJCK, HENRY, The ball team has been the Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. means of bringing many members McDonogh. Henry P. Maloney, one of Louis- together on Sunday afternoon. ' . Treasurer John F. Burke. ville's best known young men, left County Financial Secretary James Sergeant-at-Arm- s Monday for Cincinnati, whore the McTighe was a visitor at Division Thomas Consolidated Casualty Company, 3's meeting last Friday evening. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. with whom he Is connected, will be County President John Hennessy located In the future. iHis many plans a big initiation local friends and acquaintances ex- as soon as tho warm spell is over. Laughlln and National President tend him their best wishes In his County Vice President Matt Mrs. Mary McWhorter participated new location. Catholic Conde- In the Washington O'Brien has ibeen a thirty-thir- d gree rooter for tho A. O. H. ball gress. GETS EASTERN POST. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of St. Joteam. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Norwich, seph, Mo., prepared a rousing reLieut. Charles P. Barton, Jr., who Y., fete ception for last night, when Mrs. has been visiting his parents, Mr. N. help gave a successful lawn camp Mary McWhorter, National Presl- swell tho K. of C. war and Mrs. Charles P. Barton, left to dent, lectured In that city. the first of the week for Springfield, fund. DiTho State Secretary P. J. O'Donnell visions joint class Initiation of was Mass., where he has been ordered 1 and 3 in South Omaha Is doing excellent work for the adto report for duiy at an arsenal. vancement of Irish history study in a pronounced success. Members of the1 order filled McCrann's Hall and Minnesota. DRAWS TO CLOSE, have sent pe- were pleased with the degree work. Boston Hibernians Sioux City Hibernians have Though the season nears Its close titions to President Wilson urging warded resolutions of symp&tHyforto there has "been no decrease in the complete freedom and independence Mrs. William H. K. Redmond antt Attendance at Fontaine Ferry Park, for Ireland. Hon, John Redmond, wife and Division 3 of South Omaha made brother of the late W, H. K. Red- now at its best. Judge Charles A. Wilson, the manager, has won favor an excellent showing In the Cath mond, the Irish patriot, who died a with the public and "KIddyland" Is olic societies' parade In that city hero's death on tho French battlethe delight of the little folk. In last Sunday. field. tho theater next week Berteo Without noise or display the The famous Seventh Illinois Inoccupy Ancient Order will aid the dependand Jack Arnold will fantry of Chicago, commanded by an ents of its members who follow the Col. Dan Moriarty, was originally headline position, presenting uproariously funny affair entitled flag into war. the Hibernian Rifles, of which there "The Sergeanteen." The piece Is County Boards and divisions in were eight companies. Rev. a miniature musical Ireland are refusing to further rec- J. O'Hern, with the rank of John eald to be Capcomedy. Four other entertaining ognize tho authority of the Devlin tain, Is the chaplain. Tho Seventh and amusing numbers feature the administration. Is proud of its band, which is led bill to be presented. The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., by a former police officer as drum are planning a monster fair for the major. "The Top o' the Morain' " HOLD THE NEWS. first part of November for the bene- Is the regimental fighting song, and next In the hearts of the command fit or the Hibernian building. News of the proceedings of the " come "America, Here's My Boy," Gov. Cox, Mayor iu Dublin is being President Edward Puchta and State and "We're Going Over." Irish convention Dowling were press and public. withheld from the speakers at the annual An official statement Issued Tueday anions: the v CARDINAL TO SOLDIERS. progress of the conven Irish outing last sunaay in tjincin-night on the nati. Cardinal O'Connell has given an tion says: Irish day was a big event on other practical proof of his Interest "The fifth meeting entered upon Hibernians of the consideration of certain draft Wednesday for the realised a nice in the boys of the Ninth by presenting to them, Khemea bases upon the 'Domination Indianapolis, whorelief work of the through their chaplain, Rey. M. J. Dtineiple of aad sum for th war O'.Connor, handsome prayer bosks the discussion lasted throughout the order. ' National President Joseph Me- -' and Rosary beads. day." ., , Sincere AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT Better loolc over your faun NOW and let as repair )w' CHILDERS ELECTRIC HIBERNIANS. 1818-182- three-year-o- ld Dlg-na- n. er '. ' Beau-mon- te Masea-chuEse- t8 ' , i?6r 'M k r S4h. 3P .Jfr- - , i jKX&arcrcioscir LOUISVILLE'S CONTRIBUTORS iri&h -- mxe?jkcio-aj!:- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. i I Funeral Director and Embalmed I BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE'STS. pUGHERTY & ; : McELLIOTT J X 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ii ' I I Funeral Directors Climb. Main 290S-- a A j"H"I"H"H' and Embalmers Home City 200S I BOXII PHOWKS. VfrVWfrWWHW HOME PHONE 83 CUMBERLAND MAIN 44i IHtn M t 11 I t 3971-- r J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SS2 Bast JS&etAuL Street. I mtWHwvmwwwwwiMMvwwwwwmwvwwwvwmw MM VTnA S.HM. CI.....Ha. sfCA , tf?nVYlA.l.fl- - W.ol 11 II I RATTERMAN fCkasel.Free SCANNELL INCORPOIIATHD. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY rVtVf0VII99vl99v(lfV0VlV MkkHP' kmWwikmMktBmM tfli K LbbbbbbI ltfV' T HHhrSBflBtiMniMfllHBBaBB "' ' ''" -- "-'- -" ..JBL. v. t I MARY PICKFORD PRESENTS AMBULANCE TO AMERICAN ARMY. Photo shows Miss Mary Pickford turning over her ambulance to the Bed Cross, represented by First Lieut. Henry Woodward. Miss xickiord has already placed an order for a secorid ambulance and stars to each contribute an amhas asked a number of photo-pla- y bulance and provide for its rnaintainance in France. New Location JOHN' B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. USES FOR WAR FUND. The Knights of Columbus will Include athletics in 'the HsE of amusements they will foster for the American soldiers 1n France. At H.B0SSES0N Funtral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1090. irs yswr jKyr "bar a tksm xer 4meam that Ufa. wife) 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEaE 1U the recent meeting of the Grand Council in Chicago a $3,000,000 fund was established lor war purposes. The original project contemplated only $1,000,000, but the responses to the initial appeal and the collections made at the churches throughout the country have (been bo generous that the council saw its way clear to raising the amount to 13,000,000, and to use a part of this to furnish athletic equipment gloves, baseball uniforms, foats, balls, 'bases, footballs, etc., for the American soldiers at the front. But the main object of the fund, to furnish intellectual entertainment-lectu- res, moving pictures, concerts, etc. will be adhered to. In the Provinces of Ontario and Quecbeo in Canada the Knights have imposed a per capita &x of $1 on their members to be added to other contributions to the Canadian chaplains' fund for soldiers' "huts. COTE BRILLIANT. Ondtettd ChuslMl, aa Budaow SeleatlSo Osutcm, Preparatory Dcpartneat, Feel, Wall BVjulfpea Oyiin BwlBuatar Iwat. Tmu Hodamta. Sr. JaatM, Dtt W. Sreacway, SoaUrllU, Xy. by th Xaverl Brother. trs 'QUAKER MAID' IMOORTOKATBB) CSmii Grocery Stores. "I he Best For Less' Erwin Smith, of Vine street, Cote Brilliant, announces the engagement of his daughter Laura to Barry Arnold, son of Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Arnold, of Newport, the wedding to take place Monday, September 3, at St. Frances de Sales church. This will be one of the most brilliant and Interesting of the society events of the summer, as 'both bride and groom are widely known and have been leaders in the younger set. . Goods delivered free anywhere within six blocks of our stores. NOW ONLY TWO. Since, the death last week, of Brother Cosmos, C. S. C, at Notre Dome University, Brother Raphael, C. S. C, and Brother John C. S. C, are now the only remaining brothers of the Notre Dame Grand Army Poet. Brother Coew'o wu bora la Galway, Ireland, ia 13S7. After serving In the oivll war be received the habit at Netre Chry-aosto- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING M.W. Cerar FrHi ui JttttrsM Dane on Mamm 19, 1877, Andy Heriry, C. A. Herp, Fred W. Schneider, G. Smith, Mrs. C. B. Herp, Mr. Hessionr Joseph Helm, Stephens, Gearge TJiomaa, Carl Henry C. Herp, P. A. Higgins, hompson, F. Topp, Mrs. Tobbe, P. M. Hllf, J. V. Hinkebein, Weaver, a friend, a friend, Elizabeth Mrs. Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Louisa Hoffman, Julia Hoey, Ed Louis Schotiry, A. Cordefe, Mrs. S. (Continued from 'first page.) urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Grace Hogan, Mrs. Luebig, Joseph Harret, R. S. Queun, Hofmelster, Mrs. they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readK. E. Nugent, John M. O'Brien, M. A. Holland, Mrs. F. Hubert, Mrs. Alex. Gregory, Mrs. A. Gossman, Emll Ochaner, C. D. " O'Connell, Dr. J. M. Hunt, Bert Hurley, C. L. Hol-bac- Mrs. H. Glasser, Mrs. J. Cook, Mrs. ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. C. C. Haefling, Thomas V. Ed Grant, T. J. O'Connell, J. j Miller, Mrs. Theobald, Louis VinF. Islng, Mary A. Hartlage, VV. O'Brien, Charles Palmer, Mrs. Carrie utiuii, iure. uiscjiui, jura. uuer-hause- n, Frank R. Schlenk, James Pitts, F. A. Quln, Louisa M. Rade-Make- r, Hartlage, Charles Hartlage, Val Dr. H. L. Hartlage, F. Hobblns, H. Herpel, J. Bonn, E. Goetz, H. B. Miller, Mrs. C. Rassmner, Highest Cash Pricea Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Rapp, A. J. Rawllng, A. Rickert, J. Jacob, L. E. Jarris, Mrs. C. B. J. Melhausc Tony Pfuelp, James Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. ' Charles Luber. John A. Ramsteln, Johnson, Martin Jbyco, Fred Riney, Forty cefris MIss Pleuvieji. Rfyme, Kamer, L. N. Kassenbrook, Daniel Alvin Rosenberg, Frank Thirty cents Mrs. G. Lish. Ryan, Ed J. Ryan, Keane, George Kenffl, J. W. Kerst-In- g, Mrs. Frank Incorporated Twenty-ilv- e cents Harry Lillian R. Thomas Koeley, Frank Russell, Louis Ri&aelJ, John River Road, East of Cut-O-ff Roque, M. Sabel & Sbn, Mrs. A. Keyer, Mrs. J. Kilker, Mrs G. L. J. Fischer, Mrs. Holland, Gharlos B.' II. P. Schaofer, Lewis B. Schneider, Theo. King, M. King, Charles F, Kirchner, Hubor, Louis Lets, Joseph Matt era, Home Phone Oity 721 Cumberland Main 731 L. Sohm, Sahn'elder, M. J. Schnelderhahn, J. J. Xlnes, Gus Klaus, Henry Thosias Naugh'tomV V. Vowels, Mrs. Ash, Mrs. .Kleier, J. W. Kleier, Herman Knip- - O. John Schnotl, Simon Schreck, J. H. FS07&SS 3PBOVZDSNT ASSOOXATZOS " SOUTHERN STAR" R. C. '' Incorporated. Schrenlbs, Ben Schulman, Mrs. T. per, John Koehler,, Henry Koenlg, M. Wolf, Charles Burkol, Witten-aue-r, Koenlg, Zena H. KraUs, Mrs. Miller, Joseph Withers, W. n Scully, H. M. Secor, Dan Sexton, J. B. was organized by SLICED BACON cltlzeaa Mrs. Goatnet, Ben iHeckman, to make LlCuhbaach, John Klemenz John G. B. Schumate, A. Schwelters, F. AM Ready tor Year Griddle U fee LOANS .Siemans, Charles A. Siemans, W. J. Kemper, John Kaelin, Mrs. T. Kus-te- r, a ifrlend, J. McDermott, Ed Ruke, Andy A. Tiranzler, Morning" Leo Klnsella, Jpe Lammelein, A. Rleger, on furniture and other personal propSienians, A. J. Simon, Frank Slraon, Frelthe, George Belnline, John erty at O. A. Spingler, Sprlngman Fish Co., It. Lame, W. J. Laufer, Mrs. Blanch HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGB Henry Bonn, Mrs, Brodfhur, LOWEST RATES. John H. Stehlln, L. C. Steigllter, Layer, F. M. Leahy, George F. Culeman Bide., Ten cents Mrs. F. B. Seeger. LOCISVIIiLK PROVISION CO. n, Mrs. M. Lehmann, P. Phil Steinaker, T. Straley, Mrs. JoB. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (iBoorporated.) Doth Phones, 28SS. J. C. Leisman, John J. Lep-plnseph Stuecker, Frank H. Sullivan, SIXTY-NINTIRISH Frank Light, Oscar Light, B. H. L. Stahl, Mrs. Mary Steinmetz, SNEDDON REPAIR COMPANY Lodenkemper, C. R. Thompson, James Thornton, A. Llnneman, Mrs. bade New York City farewell Hancock and Broadway W. Tlmmons, G. Tobbe, F. Tobbe, G. Lohmoeller, G. W. Long, Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, J, P. Long and Spahn, Long Monday to Its famous regiment, BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY Mrs. Mary Tompkins, Mrs. Treston, Former Foreman Overland Louisnow Joe A. Trlnvert, Louis R. Vetter, Towel Supply Co., Edward Luebig, "The Fighting Sixty-ninthe, ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. ville Co. Leo Voll, Paul C. Voss, Joseph C. Cliff Lussky, J. L. Lynch, J. S. the One hundred and Sixty-fift- h Overland, Colo and Knight Motor T. J. Marschand, H. J. Mark- United States National Guard, when Wuersch, Wackenthalor, J. J. 1104 South Seventh Street Cars Our Specialty Walsh, Ed R. Watson, Edward R. ing, Mrs. II. J. Martin, E. Master-so- n, the regiment left for its training Phone City 6574 Phone City 6007 Mrs. Hannah Maurer, Miss Etta camp at Mlneola, Long Island, after Watson, William, Watson, W. A. Webb, R. Weisenberger, C. Weiss, McAtee, D. McAughan, Mrs. L. a parade through Fifth avenue and . Home KNGRAVKKS 0S Phone Shawnee Daniel L. McCarthy, Fred B. other thoroughfares F. J. Werner, Mrs. Rosle Winters, lined with Henry Wolf, Wolf's Grocery, H. M. McDermott, J. V. McDermott, Miss cheering thousands. Tho regiment HENRY GOSS MIUOH KNGRAYING COMPANY Walker, Herman Wessel, part of the first Frank Lottie McDonald, M. McGilliady, will comprise Yeager, a friend, a friend, a friend, Frank S. Meagher, John M. Merton, "rainbow division" that soon will aoerxKQ, outtbkiko, uvoxtTxsm ARTISTS, ENORAVER8 Oscar C. W. Mettling, E. M. Miller, J. J. join the expeditionary L. V, Allegeler, Atha Aud, of force BLBCTROTYPBR8 Buckart, Oscar Bretz, Frank Enoch, Miller, Mrs. John Miller, Florence Major. Gen. "Pershing In France. Fia Roofs Repaired and Painted Louisville, Ry tm W. Mala St., G. D, Minton, Misses Mooney, C. Bush, J. H. Baker, J. ilr. and A picturesque feature of the parade A.3PHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Gallard, Henry A. Barker, Ed A. Mrs. Moriarity, A, J. Muller, Bern- was the escort of honor composed Wll West Broadway, toalsvllie, JEy. Hok Phone City B874 Barry, Frank A. Barth, Ed Bauer, ard Muldoon, Matt Muldoon, Phil of Spanish War veterans of the Frank Bauer, Sr., Charles H. Ben- Muldoon, T. O.- Munqe, Mrs. Jo- Sixty-nintby Col. Edward led JOHN B. O'LEARY ft CO. nett. Henry A. Burger, John Blttel, hanna Madden, William McGrath, Duuy, who commanded tho unit in Bole-maM. Blatz, Herman Block, John Headquarters tor war. It is E. J. Mann, John J. Murphy, M. the Spanish-America- n 803 East Walnut Street William Booker, J. S. Boiling, McHugh, Mace Mattingly, John intimated that this regiment may OITY AND FARM FBOPKRTT. Mrs. M. R. Boiling, J. Brennan, Belsler, Mrs. John M. Nauorff, John pass through Ireland 'before landing Wall Paper and Window Shades Dr. L. Brorlng, Thomas F. Burke, M. Noon, William Nuxol, B. W. upon French soil. See us about anything la real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames Roebrt L. Burgess, George Dehler, Obermeler, Charles Ochler, M. D. and Window Shades Made to Order. estate. We sell, buy and rent. Jr., Joseph Caney, John P. Cuslck, Ochsner, Henry Olliges, Tlllle 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. SERVICES FOR SOLDIERS. Homo Phone City 2517. J. JJ. Carey, Kate Casey, Lawrence Olllges, Louis Nau, J. E. Osburn, Home Phone City 4464. Leopold, Mrs. A. Cavanaugh, Mr. Leo Osterman, Christ Ott, George Since the first call for volunteers Mary O Bryan, Mrs. James O Donald, J. Mrs. and Mrs. Cawthon, May, 1,506 women F. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Cllnes, William Coakley, Harry T. M. O'Farrell, J. O'Hearn, Thomas was Issued iast have given their services to the Colgan, Joseph Hess, D. B. Collins, O'Hearn, D. Aug. Zoeller, J. INCORPOItATHD James E, Collins, W. J. Connelly, O'Keefe, Oscar O'Koon, Mrs. H. Louisville Red Cross Chapter and Our Work Guaranteed O. K. F. Busch, N. A. Cooper, John Cun- O'Leary, Mrs. James O'Reilly, Mag- have made and packed considerably W. O. RUSSELL & SONS 508-51- 0 more than 100,000 articles for use SOUTH WENZEL ST. ningham, Val Dahlem, Mrs. C. H. gie O'Connell, Mary O'Connell, Mrs. PRINTERS Sixty-on- e Miller, Ed J. Dalton, T. H. O'Keefe, C. of American soldiers. John BIsha, J. Ben 1507 West Market Street Dailey, Ed Dalton, H. Schuh, Dau-be- rt Palsnls, Mrs. Maggie Pero, George sewing units are "sewing for the Both Phonos 4202 Phone City 6659 & Schrccker, R. H. Dehoney, A. Pero, Josephine Perry, W. J. soldiers" in various parts of the CHAS. ANSON Henry Dietrich, James Desmond, J. Pfaff. B. J. Pfiester, John Pfiester, city. Articles made for and delivTO, AUGUSTUS J. Donohoe, Mrs. Joseph Sullivan, H. Prentice, Mrs. W. J. Preuss, ered to Hospital Unit D include Successor to C. Molter Richard Doyle, Charles E. Don- Mrs. Minnie L. Price, Leopold State, surgical dressings, hospital linens, Contractor of Excavating, All nelly, Ed Early, Mrs. M. Sanders, Mrs. S. Qulnker, William operating room linens and articles BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY J. Lena Euder, Frank EversmSn, H. Rafftery, Will Ramaker, A. P. of clothing for patients a total of Special Attention Given Picnics and Con Kinds of George T. Fischer, Aufenkamp, Ramser, R. M. Ramsey, Joseph J. 17,538 separate articles. Finished Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets crete and Wrecking. 619 at headquarters, Clem Fangman, J. Fontana, Thomas Rapp, IP. S. Ray( Aug. Ratterman, garments 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. are outing S. Fltzgibbons, H. Kaufling, J. Miss Carrie South Fourth street, J. Sr Mrs. Redmond, 820 E. Cossln Avo. Homo City 200O suits, bed shirts, Phone City 4803 Flanagan, J. B. Flanagan, J. J. Rehm, Mrs. L. A. Reilly, Joseph pajama two-pieFlynn, Frank Reiss, M. J. Ford, Reinhart, John R. Richard, George muslin pajamas, bathrobes, operatMrs. Ford, Mike Francis, Joseph E. Riggs, J. T. Riley, Frank Loen-ar- ing gowns, operating leggings, hot outing flannel Fowert, Ben Lueken, Thomas Fry, Mrs. A. Robertson,- - W. H. Roch-ne- r, water bag covers, wraps, handkerMrs. E. Gaupin, Mrs. Peter S. Ganz, E. J. Roppel, Charles Roque, socks, shoulder ; , - ', ri ("ilS'W.'yj?!, L. Glesh, M. J. Gathof, Joseph Aug. Hourz, John Roque, Chanles chiefs, helmets, operating caps and s immmmmtb. ris ' 's George, James Gleeson, Leroy J. Rose, J. M. Rose, Miss Estell Ruber, special sheets. Articles in course units Grau, Goldstein & Moseson, H. N. James Vlnerlch, Peter Rush, J. M. of making by the sixty-on- e Henry Grassman, Ed Russell, Lee Ryan, William Ryan, throughout the city consist of opGorman, Grcenwald, T. J. Guenther, Mrs. Miss Maggie Rush, Charles M. Rlhn, erating leggings, outing pajamas, Treaton, Mike Kirchner, B. William Roker, L. Reusch, Joseph bed shirts, muslin pajamas, bathA. Charlton, Mrs. A. Atzinger, Thomas H. Rittman, Joseph A. RIedley, R. robes, operating gowns,- - shoulder jcaps, handkerB. Degnaw, James Davern, Patrick H. Ratterman, Fannie Ratterman, wraps, operating The Glynn, Cora Kennedy, Thomas P. Joseph Sacldfort, B. J. Scannell, chiefs and ice bag covers. Mullaney, Mrs. Monohan, Mary Will Scannell, Henry Bloemer, J. M. following garments have oen cut Gerst, Ed D. Gravlss, Paul Lorenz, Scharfenberger, Emery Schlnfer, E. out and are kepjt at headquarters Miss Mamie Hulsmeyer, William J. Schneider, Mrs. . H. Metz, A. ready for delivery to the sewing Peter, Fred Hermes, Aug. KIppes, Schoenbachler, George J. Schverl, units for making up: Bed shirts, Mattie B. Scott, Mary Service. Will- - pairs outing flanned pajamas, bathLambert Klarer. lam D. Schlndler, M. T. Sergesket-- J robes, operating leggings and shoul$1.50 J. W. Horrell. $1.50 L. Combs, Katie Hartnett, ter, Charles J. Scholtz, Jr., Mr. der wraps. L. A. Kissell, Miss Lonnie Miller, Shlrcliff, Henry Siemens, Mrs. J. H, HELAVIG COOGLK. Leo Nelson, Mrs. John Toinger, Smith, Mrs. Mary Smith, Giporge Smortier, John J. Snyder, Georgo Christ Strassel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helwig, of $1 Mrs. Gerard Alexander, J. M. J. Pope, E. E. Sharks, Mrs. Speckert, Allen, M. S. Armstrong, E. J. Aud, J. W. Stahl, Mrs. M. B. Steplmn, South Park, announce the engageMr. Allbach, John Blllman, G. William Stockhoff, Joe Strattman, ment of their daughter, Miss Emma Buehner, Andy BIbelhauser, C. Aus- Edward I. Strelcher, Miss Elizabeth Helwig, to Lewis Edwin oogle, of tin Baiter, Charles J. Baker, John Sullivan, Eugene Sullivan, F, L. this city. The wedding will take place September 5 at Holy Name H. Baker, Miss E. Bell, Mary A. Sullivan, A. J. Graham, Mrs. Jenry Sheehan, N. J. Sheri- church, the Rev. Father O'Connor Barrott, J. E. Barry, Mrs. R. Bate-ma- n, Miss Edna Helwig will Casper Beck, George L. dan, FrkM Schulz, Mrs. Heun, Albert officiating. and bridesmaid Becker, Mary C. Bierne, W. A. Ben- Temple, E. C. Thompson, T. J. Tier-ne- y, be her sister's F. J. Tlmmons, Dan Tlorney, Lucien F. Williams, Jr., his cousin's son, H. O. Berghaus, George Barry, Joseph BIckler, Mrs. D. Bierman, Mrs. S. E. Traut, Mrs. Rose Tillman, best man. The bridal party will William Blgley, Nlc Rittner, A. G. Fred Tillman, T. Tlerney, C. Uhrigh, motor out to the home of Mr. and Lund, A. J. Wehrle, John Wer-mut- Clem Thieman, Louis R. Vetter, A. Mrs. Helwig, where a reception will Joseph Phulls, John Nler-meie- r, Voss, Mrs. A. T. Vose, J. Voll, Ed be given. After an extended WestGeorge Carlln, Helen Frless, Wagner, Jn., Mr. Wahle, Cora D. ern trip Mr. and Mrs. Coogle will Tlt John Glara, II. H. Schneider, John Wallace, Maggie L. Wallace, John make their home In this city. r Walsh, J. S. Stoetz, James Heun, Miss K. Baket, Walsberger, John v i COVINGTON. James M. Byrnes, Ella Condon, Waters, Jr., Elmer Watson; G. W. p. Foley, T. H. HInes. J. H. Welngarder, John Welsh, M. Nelson, James Covington society is much interKelly, J. W. Meagher, Joseph Mrs. Mary Weyd, Mrs. V. T. Whalen, LATEST PHOTO OF KERENSKY. Rehm, John D. Stockdale, Lizzie Mrs. A. Kraus, Steve WJckham, P. ested in the marriage of Miss Sue This outstanding remarkable man of Russia, slightly over thirty Sullivan, Mary Tobin, J, P. Fitzger- Wirthi, George Wright, Peter Wulf, Sayers and William Macklin, which ald, J. D. Holland, Miss Mary E. Ella White John Kippels. H. C. will be solemnized with nuptial 'high years old, who recently assumed full charge of the new Government, Lynch, M. J. Blsig, A. Bischof, Will-la- m Kuk, Ed H. Young, D. Zehnder, Jr., mass Monday morning. Both aro is shown standing in his automobile saluting the Russian troops. Black, Henry Bohmer, Austin Joseph B. Zehnder, Mike Zelgler, prominent and popular In Catholic Jerome Bohon, Mrs. Bolger, R. C. W. eZlgler, Joseph E. Zellerm, Her- circles. Many pretty affairs were Brady, J. Bredeman, Frank Brelt-enbac- h, man Zeller, A, H. Bonn, Minnie given In compliment to the atKNISITS 01 Ed T. Bright, M. T. Brlggs, Zcfller, Alphonse Zlnk, Mlsees Zoel- tractive bride-elec- t. T. II. Broderick, Mrs. A. Brown, ler, J. N. Zoeller, Mrs. Helen Zoll, The Bl Amusement Caster O. C. Brown, Ed Bruggeman, B. a friend, a friend, a friend. Louis CONDITION FAVOUAI1LE. D. Brumleve, T, J. aiulverhlll, Mrs. Schnell, J. O'Conner, T. W. Payne, Late News That Will Intcrent High Bumbough, George T, Burke, P. Q. Mrs. M. West, William Heef, Ben Dr. Maurice F. Egan, the Ameri. Members Here and ElseW. Mohlenkamp, can Minister to Denmark, was opBurns, P. J. Byron, Miss Mae F, Brickman, Dancing Brennan, Joseph S. Barrett, Chris James Elmore, Hubert Schnell, erated on Saturday at Copenhagen where. Louis Burns, C. R. Buckman, Hannah Cal- George Bodenbender, John DIttmeler, by Prof. Schou. a Danish specialist. Paulsen's Military Band lahan, John Casparis, W. B.- Cas-sld- y, Joseph DIttmeler, Joseph Krauss, The operation is said to have ibeen Dlenes, Ed J. R. Cavanaugh, Mrs. M. N. Bchuckmann, Andy H. Bonn, Leo H. successful and Dr. Egaa's condition Niw Restaurant Meerman, Frank is reported favorable. The total returns from New OrSchafle, T. P. Clancy, William Con-llff- o, Hterms, leans are given at $9,000. Matt Connelly, Mrs. H. Coryell, Mary F. C. Meerman. Jake Dlenes. Klddylantf Other Attractions Blankenibaker. , Mire. Lena There will bo a big Initiation at R. J. Curran, Ernest Curtslnger, RELATIVES IN KENTUCKY. Trinidad, Col., next month. Marie Coleman, John Coleman, Joe btrotnman. Henry Eberhard. Max James Crawford, T. W. Dages, Mrs. Dal- Kannish, Joseph Fromms, whose rearrest In Buffalo Knights aro elated over Austin I'asemeier, Mrs. Margaret Schuck connection Stack, tho celebration in winning next year's national conton, Dr. M. P. Danhauer, Curtnpy mann, with Sarah Burke, Charles Ober- Tralee on the anniversary of the ex vention for their city. . Davern, P. Davern, Mrs. J, Deekin, mane ueieuiu, juiKe. uelaney, J. A. hausen, Mrs. Fred Howard, F. of Sir Roger Casement The Sacred Heart parish at SaJina, Mrs". Erhant. Ed Snleth. ecution Devlin, J. P. Devlin, R. H. Dicken, John feeling P. Murphy, Mrs. G. Eberling, caused much relatives in throughout Kas subscribed ?1,250 to the local J. Dickson, P. Dletzen, Ed Discher, Kentucky. council war camp fund. Ireland, has f. George W. Doll, T. F. Dolan, Miss ley,aioiz, Airs. b Kcnen, Albert Hur-h, Editor Mike O'Sulllvan. of Shelbv- The Alhambra council at WorMrs.Vordeldonk, M. Heickel-bac- vllle, is' his cousin. A member of Mary Donohoe, Mrs. W. Doyle, cester, Mass., broke all records when F. Zax, M. Higgins, Mrs. InCharles Drllet, H. Droppelman, Jo- dia Tobbe, Mrs. Wibbles, eGctrge the Tralee Irish Volunteers, Stack 500 new members wera ushered into seph Duis, Dr. Durrett, J. A. Dutt-llnge- r, Noble, D. H. Sfcratman, John Hofel-ic- h, was arrested and sentenced to penal the ranks. J. G. Dlenes, R. M. Elsen-man- ( George Rohmaai.'Heawy Fulner," servitude for complicity in the Irish The Knights of Now Lexington, J. C. Elder, Joseph J', Elder, Tony Walz, Andy Itettlch, ut subrebellion of April, 1916, 200 soldiers at a P. Eschman, E. J. Evans,. W. H. Hettlch, George Mittelbeeler,George sequently was released under an Ohio, entertained they left for their Job banquet before Evers, J. G. Eversman, Jacob Eppel, Jacob, Jacob Mlttelbeeler, Mrs. amnesty. The reason for his arrest training camp. M. Eckman, Michael Fallon, Thomas Schmitt. has not been stated. Grand Knight Hugh Gallagher, uaiion, w. u. Farris, Frank Fehr, Seventy-fiv- o Guy G. Casey, of Montgomery, will relp look after cent Henry Feldhaus, Thomas Feeley, C. C. Haefling, FATHER PIHLLIPS OnOSEN. the 'boys while preparing themselves Elizabeth Zunn, N. J. M. Fink, E. Fischer, John A. Uhl. for war at the Alabama camp. Fitzgeraldi Edward Fitzgerald, E. Archbishop Most Rer. The The report of the Religious PrejFifty cente G. E. Amhoff, E. Fitzpatrick, Thomas Flahlve. George AshbVienner, Mr. Bond, Mrs. Pltaval, Metropolitan of the prov- udice Committee will appear next Frank Flaspohler. Mrs. F. Fleck, Oecar Mon-slgnOctober, ?15,000 having been apBurns, H. V. Cawthorn, Mrs. ince, has named Right Rev. Henry Fried, L. Franconla, Mrs. C. B. P. A. Phillips, Chancellor propriated for Its publication and M. Chenoweth', J. Cook, Emll W. French, Ed Funk. Miss Gardner, Vicar General under the late distribution. Joe Carrey, M. Gargotto, Mrs. John Court, Mrs. Dodt, Mrs. Mary Drop- and of Mavor Mitchell has retracted the pelman, C. F. Field, T. A. FilMn, Bishop Mafz, as Administrator Garrlty, S. Gates, Arthur W. Gathof, Mrs. B. Frank, C. W, Freotoh, J. T. tho Denver diocese until the Holy Lcharges ho made In a speech at "Aa Near to You aa the Neareet Phoa'.' . Mrs. Grill, George Glasserr M. L. See shall otherwise provide oncetpn mat Knignis 01 jommou Goby, J. S. Goby, Mrs. J. Sf 'Goby, French, George Fey, J. Greenwakl, vacancy. The Denver Catholic Re sre members of the grand Jury , E. Gretinwald, Mtes B. E L. Goebel, J. L. Goes, Mrs. T.T. Hefternan", Edward Huber, ister says a more popular admlntt- -' tnat returaed indictments for tap Grafcowskl, Gratzer family, Thomas John Harttee, B. Jacob. E. Jeffries, trator, both from the standpoint of ping telephone wires in New YorK Grimes, Mrs, P Grogan, William William Kaetner, L. Mrs. the clergy and laity, could not 'have City. Grotte, Thomas II, Guenther, A, E. J. Keeeler, Thomae J. Kelar, Mrs. been chosen. Monsignor Phillips, Many retreats for Catholic men Kilkelly, Goldman, M. C. Haekett, George J. W. J. King, A Special Spray $3.00 F. M. Laaham. John although his health is not good, are .being held throughout the counHaekmiller, J, R. Hall, Mary E. LechtleUr, Mr. Leep, Fneld Ught- - willingly took the great burden of try under the auspices of local Halloran, D, Hallahan, Earl Hall, oer, v JLinnegan, sur- A $5.00 Special Each J. Maetlcola, Chancellor and Vicar General on his councils". large year there is a atL. Hamilton, William P. Hammill, Ceota McCord. Mrs. Thorn increase in the Matz's prisingly Mc- - shoulders, and with Bishop John P. Hammer, Mr. B. Haming, Ketwb, A. Mehl, C. Menipee, Ber sanction wisely handled all the af- tendance and number of these reMis Lula Haming, .William Hauaer, nard fairs of the diocese for which he Lawrence Hawklnu, S. R. Hardman, Moore,J. J.Miner, B. Miller. Albert could care in the last months of At the recent Initiation at NewH. Mouth, J. Mullln, Mies Frank P. Hargadon. A. M. Hayan, MyruB, Mr. J. Nitzken, P. C. Nolan, Bishop iMatz's life. Had Bishop ark, N; J., when seventy candidates B. J. Harnett, ,B. Heirernan, Peter Mr. Ohman, P. Olbterx, Joseph Matz designated an administrator it received the major degrees, all but HalleBthal, John P. Helton, Nora O'Briea, P. 0brg, Hd- - Oeewein, le certain that he would have Bias wore the uniform of the Herbold, X. Hermann, -- William A. Mary O'Coonof, F. iPooWett. W, R. chosen Moneignor Phillips, for he American: army, having reepoaded Hanneeey, Mr. Hertle, P. J. Her-maa- a, Quire, William .RafDertr. Mr. M. reposed the utmost confidence in quickly when the call to the eolors We telegraph Flowers BTerywher F, A. Henriott, Alva Henry, ftaakia, was sounded. A. M. Rudolph, John him. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS h, I3BiLl AKIMAIS LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Spa, well-know- Mel-haus- o, Leh-man- n, Leh-man- g, H. Mes-dam- es ," Ma-lon- Mc-Clo- y, - h, n, jo. BrryER We Print It For Less -- d, Sho-wtalt- v. h, ft. " miBI FONTAINE FERRY Class Vaudeville - el. GERMAN, BANK or Fifth and Market Sis, FLOWERS for,' Han-rahan- FUNERAL u Wreath GF ZTSHZ3k . an, o v -- V, -- C-s . , JbCEXDtfTTJOBCY Bacon a son1 INCORPORATED i IRISH AJSdO&J&XOAJSP, SINN FEIN VIEW POINT. 888858888Eg88SeS88S88G NOW IS THE TIME TO a They Expect Their Party to Dominate a United Ireland and Bring About Entire IndependenceRichard Barry Reviews Convention and Situation and Recent Election Successes. We Oive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Prepare the! Children Lee Young Automobile Co. Where the Quick Meal Comes In GEHER & SON, HHtlllHIH HP. I r I i "Who is that Chinaman, Sinn (acturing interests. To tho farmer what we can for Ireland, officially Fein, that is raising all the rumpus It reveals the advantage of Irish or unofficially, even to sending Irish In Ireland?" aBked a Liverpool la- regulated land tenure and is able to Consuls and Ambassadors abroad." In answer to tho new English borer of on.e of the English dele- point to the fact that slnco tho gates to the convention in Dublin short days of the republic and the bugaboo concerning Irish Indeas ho stood waiting to embark. If consequent unwillingness of Eng- pendence viz., that an Irish repubthe English have had difficulty in land, through fear of bloody conse- lic would be a constant military answering the question, surely quences, further to restrict intensive menace to England the Sinn FeinAmericans may be pardoned for a cultivation tho farmers are more ers declare that this has no element prosperous than in generations. To of logic. In the present war, they similar predicament. Sinn Feinism, we have been told, the manufacturer tho Sinn Feiners 6ay, they could be of no advantage Boston School Shoes for the coming term are! appeal, which to Germany as long as England Is vague, impractical, chaotic, es- offer a widespread Tapestry Brussels lings; mado seamless and shown sentially founded on hopeless re- they have already started, to buy controls the seas, and if England actually the last word in Children's Footwear. At5 and floral patterns; they in attractive Oriental e goods. But the should lose control of the seas the bellion and foredoomed to quixotic only are size 9x12 feet and worth ?23.50; special for (allure. However, In my investiga- economic issue of deepest appeal Germans would choose to land on a moderate price you will find quality serviceMonday at present time Is the Sinn Fein tho low near-eacoast instead of tions of" the last few weeks, In at the and comfort unequaled. which I have talked with over a programme concerning war taxa- on tho far, mountainous west coast. Seamless Velvet Hugs; beautiful floral patterns shown dozen men just out of Ireland, tion. Sinn Fein postulates that as Moreover, tho Sinn Feiners say that rich) colorings; they aro .sizo 9x12 feet and la eoft, among whom are Dr. Patrick Ireland was not consulted in they had no alliance with Germany By All Bring Them Here For worth ?27.60; on sale Monday at war, as she has not willingly .n the past nor have one now. the envoy from the Provisional Government of the Irish re- taken any part in it, as she has Roger Casement had no official reTapestry Brussels Rugs; seamless rugs made in an public to the President and the nothing to gain from it, as she has lation to tho Irish Republican Govxtra largo size, being 11.3x12 feet; regularly Congress of the United States, as forcibly resisted latterly every at- ernment, and aside from his lamentpriced at $27.50; on sale Monday at well as Ave soldiers of the revolu- tempt to get any of her sous into ably futile efforts the Sinn Feiners tionary army, it appears to me that It, she should not be asked to 'bear have never had any communication Beamless rugs of a fine Tapestry Brussels Rugs; on the contrary Sinn Feinism is any of tho colossal future burden with the German Government. quality shown in attractive patterns; the size Is today, whatever it may. have been that has been saddled on tho BritIreland asks only to be neutral. feet .llixl2 price and they aro worth regularly $32.00; In the immediate past, a powerful ish Empire by the war, whatever That is the Sinn Fein world policy. special political party, with a definite po- its eventualfty. Here lies tho milk She has fought enough battles for So (far no direct other people. Now sho is fighting To understand in tho cocoanut. litical programme. Axnilnstcr Rugs; handsomo patterns fa eoft, rich the strength of Sinn Fein certain war taxes have (been levied. Tho her own. When she wins that sho 417-41- 9 colors; they aro size 114x12 feet and worth FOURTH AVENUE. (acts must be repeated, facts which Blnn Feiners declaro that they will will be through for a long, long ?37.50; special price for Monday have been partially stated separately resist by every means, at first time. When the English say it is ballot, impossible for Ireland, situated as In the American press, but which passively and through the Inlaid Iiinolcum; in good tile patterns with the have not been collated so that they but If needs be forcibly and with she is, to be neutral, the Sinn Feincolors through to back; worth regularly- $1.10 a ftre'funderstood for instance by the bloodshed, tho imposition of a war ers ask how it is that Switzerland, square yard; on sale Mocday at, per square yard XfcOJCilLVAIfc. debt on Ireland. In the very heart of Europe, sur British Government: From First Most important of all is politics tho standpoint of Imperial rounded on every side by fierce and or world politics, if you stronger nattons, can hold her nou the fact that Ireland today has in addition to one Robert Emmet, please, the Sinn Feiners have been trallty respected and bo assured FIFTEENTH ANNUAL martyrdom whoso historic fades able to lay two ghosts which have that bitter ioes will force each back to 1798, sixteen new Robert not latterly had a fraction of the other to respect it. Then why can State eoverwaeat SopervhlM Second and Market by the Umt w Big Clek Emmets, with halos dating back sway over Irish affairs that they not Ireland, surrounded only to Easter, 1916. As a direct have been made to appear to have. waves 7 refer to the religious issue and If the British Government does result, while the rebellion of 1916 mustered only 1,200 men, there are the Ulster issue, which Sinn Fein not answer these questions satisfacEnglish-mad- e and torily in the near future, or before dow hundreds of thousands of men declares to be e Issues. While not a world peace, the Sinn Feiners ready to oppose, even if only with not 1917. . LOUISVILLE, SEPTEMBER 10-1PEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Sinn Fein is certainly propose to ask the Peace Conference shovels and meat axes, and cerIts leadership is 'both to consider the claims of Ireland, tainly with their lives, any further FREE SERVICE. encroachment of English military Catholic and Protestant, Its mem and for that purpose a Provisional power. Whereas the English gar- bership 'both Catholic and Protest- Government of the Irish Republic is rison in Ireland eighteen months ant. It has not opposed, but has still Intact and prepared to nomd Championship of America $10,000 1101-0- 3 Saddle Horses ago was less than 30,000 men, it utterly ignored the question of re- inate Its representatives. BAST BIIOADWAT. While popularly supposed Is today more than 70,000 men. ligion. Premiums $50,000 Premiums to bo strongest in the Catholic Whereas at the beginning of the ANOTHER FOR ST. JOHN'S. Ten Big Acts HIPPODROME Band of Forty great war the Irish Tegiments South, it is very strong in ProtestGreatest Aggregation of Indoor Attractions Ever Offered ant Ulster, where an election might marched out to fight 'for England to The following letter from a well a known priest, at present ,in Denver, a man, not a Corporal's guard has reveal that It actually controls Beautiful BABY SHOW Parade been recruited in eighteen months, majority of votes. Midway of Mirth, Music and Moving Masses As for the Ulster issue, Col., touching upon the number of and the depletion in the Irish ranks Great Fraternal Gathering For Friday of Fair Week aiK I may best Illustrate the condition priests who have gone forth from In France has been filled with Engthere by repeating the story an St. John's parish, this city, indicates Address F. T. KRBMEK, Secretary, lish "rookies." Reduced. Railroad Bates. 004 Republic Building, Louisville Second More astonishing than Orangeman told me as happening the widespread attention attracted the solidarity of the young fighting to himself. When tho gun running by the article and letters touching men of Ireland is the recently and for the Ulster Volunteers occurred thereon that appeared in tho colunity of previous to the war, at tho time umns of the Kentucky Irish Amerirepeatedly demonstrated FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS the voters. To realize the meaning Carson was drilling the men, os- can in the two preceding Issues. Our writes: of the figures I will quote it must tensibly, as was said, to resist home Denver friends of list "In volunteer, mind GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE constantly bo borne Invote that rulo, this man,a an Ulster man, then longed the St. John'spriests who beparish, recently to Tyrone J only property owners in Ire- borrowed of following ' land, The charge that the opposi and now a Sinn Feiner, his automo- published by you, tho Has been the favorite kind. The quality is Right Rev. bile for the purpose of conveying names were omitted: "unreasontion is the best and our prices are the iairest. ing," "emotional,"- - has more force the nrms secretly to Belfast. Later, Monsignor D. J. Flyiln, who died lbs our New Blend, 2 Colas applied to young men of military when the gun running occurred in President of Mt. St. Mary's Special Auto Delivery Scrvico. age than it has as applied to men tho South and arms were needed lege, Emmltsburg. Md.; Very Rev. us Flynn, present Vicar General of middle age and old age who own (or the Dublin volunteers, the Sinn Joseph Covington of Rev. property and who havo had more Feiner borrowed or his Ulster T. the JIcGulre, ofdiocese, and Ohio.; F. than a year to reflect as to the friend two automobiles for a sim- These three priests Cleveland, attended St. Both Phones 1323 212 W. Market St. crave meaning of their duly regis- ilar purpose. Another Sin Feiner John's and received jhK there their first tered ballots. In the last three told me that for nine months after holy communion. St. ESTABLISHED 1885. John's school been three elec- the rebellion, while a prico was on Is months there have still tho banner school for proRoscommon, his head, he was hid In Ulster in tions one in North THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. one In South Longford and one in tho home of one of Carson's district ducing priests. Long may it Tho Great American East Clare. In each the Sinn Feln-er- s leaders. Ulster does not want parINCORPORATED have won, by majorities ranging tition any more than does Distillers Of TWIN CITY LEAGUE. from 55 per cent, in Roscommon to TAYLOR & WILLIAMS OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Another thing about Sinn Fein 71 per cent. In East Clare. Each Knights Tho of Columbus "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYH INCORPOKATKD, one of these districts was previously tittle understood is its attitude to to a Nationalist stronghold, and in tho convention in Dublin, which clinched their titleCity the penn'ant LOUISVILLE. KY. 636 W. Mala St. Lomiarille, Ky flag In tho Twin League last each a well known Irish Nationalist reconvened last week. Tho Sinn Sunday by defeating Mackin dn a 9 leader opposed a Sinn Fein leader. Feiners did not refuse to take a to 3 game, featured toy the hitting It was said by the opposition, and part in it, but offered gladly to for the winners, and with some show of truth, that in participate in any convention to of Maddenhope whom will hit Just as well the first two districts (Roscommon which the members were selected in for hisall next manager, Uncle Sam. be and Longford) the Sinn Fein tri- the only fair way they could got revenge by beating Trinsuffrage Mackin umphs were those of popular per selected, by the adult sonalities, their candidates being (male and female, said the Sinn ity in the second gamo of tho 4 Bertrands lost a to What they Count Plunkett, who had lost two Feiners) of Ireland. 3 game to the Champs, but wal INCORPORATED. sons in the rebellion, and ftlcGuln-nes- refused to do was to have any part loped the Imperials for their share who was imprisoned in Eng- In a convention whose members glory. NINTH AND KENTUCKY. land for participation therein. But were nominated and controlled by of the ImperialsThe Hibernians lost and just nosed out Their to the Government. In neither of these elections did the the British Homa City 405 Ciimb. South 41S Sinn Fein candidates announce proposition was not accepted, and Trinity in a 3 to 2a game, the Y. M. strong Indiana five I. boys injecting instead their constructive platform. Evi- they were offered dently fearful of iboldly stating their members in 101, or less than 5 battery in the contest.is Tomorrow scheduled, purposes, they were content meroly per cent, representation when they another double-headto oppose the previously popular controlled over a majority of the and this will close the season, givleaders. They received a vote of votes; oven their most bitter op- ing the fans all an opportunity to the Colonels in their dash for JBOTH PHONES 2399 confidence, though by small majori- ponents admitting they will doubt- help pennant. They play as follows: case of McGulnness less capture at leas.t halt the Irish tho ties in the NONE PURER NONE BETTER seats in Parliament at tho next Bertrands vs. Orioles and Hiberonly 130. service. We are as Give us a trial for first-claeven nians, Champs vs. K. of C and But in the third election the Sinn election. In the nomination close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and Feiners abandoned a secretive pol- of these five the English Govern- Imperials, Trinity vs.. Imperials - and of C. (beware), Mackin- vs. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable icy, the tactics which had caused ment stipulated that the personnel K. Standing Hibernians and Orioles. chauffeurs tar specialty. Give us a call. the opposition, especially in Eng- must mhe approved by the Lloyd to date: land, to say that they had no pol- George Ministry before it could sit. Won Pet. Lost icy. Instead they openly declared Sinn Fein could not accept this and CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, 1 17 944 themselves, and their third candi- therefore no Sinn Feiners are in the K.ofC 13 .722 was elected by a much larger convention, which to them Is only Mackin... date ! stZ 12 .667 majority than the other two. The another English proposition to gov- Champions SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. 8 Orioles 10 555 very name of the party describes its ern Ireland for England. 10 However, and hero Is another. Hibernians........ 8 445 purposes accurately for any Irish IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 8 10 445 which is the Imperials Irish contrariety man, ana it coma naraiy do Bertrands .222 14 4 in Irish, though it means height of logic though paradoxical, Trinity... o 18 .000 ourselves tho Sinn Foiners are not uttorly nothing in English. antagonistic toward the convention. ia quickly alone" is a fair translation. Where the home la Whore work ansur our JONAns. On 'being told that it is impos- Their attitude is one of "show me," brightest; done; SATISFIES THAT LONGING. sible to have an Irish republic, the and whatever the result of the conball team will The Louisvilio Where the work is Where cookiag seem Blnn Feiners reply that such Is tho vention they intend to handle and wind up its sories at Kansas City lightest; real fun; Becret longing of every Irishman, manipulate it to their own advan- today and will begin a three-gam- e They Where the meal la Where baiting gives de- even if he thinks it more practica- tage. know hold the trump cards; series at Milwaukee tomorrow, then that they hold them, ble to pause on the way as a Na- they light ; COOKOu KrOnCy INCORPORATED e and they do not intend either to returning home to play a tionalist, Unionist, or what-no- t. Where the range stands Where drudge is oat of They add with true Irish logic that desert Ireland or to throw away LOUISVILLE, KY, series with our sure enough PHONE CITY 859. sight the test Toledo team. not flown tho Irish re- the ballot because they have no Jonahs, the games at homo thoAfter If they had ColThat's where That's the where ' th publican flag a year ago last Easter guns. Whatever the result of the these three "Quick Meal" cornea "Quick Meal" eomet no one would even 'be talking about convention they will be able to say onels will go away for a short stay, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef home la. la. a republic now, while as a matter to tho Irish people: "Here is what the last away from Toledo trip of games These of fact a republic is being seriously your masters offer you; wo have the season. in tho tusslo Quick Meal Gait Range" Sold, Installed and Highly ReeSBam.Bd.d mean much for tho discussed, even in London, if not had no part in it; but wo advise pennant flag, as they have all seaactually in the Cabinet. However, you to do so and so with it." It son. To date Louisville has just 215 the true source of their strength is not conceivable that the conven- broke even In eighteen games with W. MARKET ST. appears to me to be one that may tion will devise a form of governInExtra Pale Peerless Common the despised seem subtle, 'but that is not subtle ment that Is pot based on an elec- dianapolis won eighteen while of out to a practical Irishman, a land- torate, and eventually it must seek twenty-onJL)ue to the treat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and St. Paul, the other M I H I i II 1 1 1 holder, a voter. This is the ifact the Irish electorate, if not for conHM pennant contender, won twelve M. J. MKN8M. M. MEMMCE, Sinn Fein has utterly inverted firmation at least for ostensible of fifteen. Next Thursday will out and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. lAIHlvfli ffl.s T. that r. the object of Irish political thought. function. Controlling the elector- the first gamo of tho last series be PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West59. VIh tm. t, TriK, rm.1 tfer. sVffrVtMJ. of it is ate, Sinn Fein will certainly be in tho It Is no longer the unFor that reason Sinn a position to carry further its con- fans season with Toledo and why glad to again see will bo Cumb. Phone West 191 Heme Phone 1MJ Feiners put the soft pedal on the equivocal campaign for the not able to rpHIB talk of Ireland's past wrongs. It Is quest of Ireland via the ballot. Of we are is easy ior.defeat this club, everyone else. a political aoctnne ior tne present one position It is sure, and this is which hoped of tne for It is and for the future. It may have tho shrewdest and newest political game that during the cood of the ; Sewer and Calvert Pipe, tho rest No to be incidentally, secondarily and move Sin Fein has fathered. on the a quietus Baaaea's Pateat LMiied Ple far Steam Caadaiu. but It Blnn Fein member of Parliament season gamblers will be put Eclipse for the moment infesting irtll ever officially go tp London. piker (s vibrantly, dominantly and essen Wall Ceaiai, Draia Tlla, Yferii Brtott, - fans who atThey are per- The present Sinn Fein members Park and annoyingRfCOSPO RATED tially Fire Freeing", Flae LiBlng. Fire Brick fectly willwg to forgive and even havo not gone and will not go. The tend baseball for pleasure. Grae aad Seller Tile, Creaad Fire Clay, Ckbaaay proposes to elect just as many to forget all the past it England party KEOGH IS CHIEF. will let them alone now and in the more as possible as fast as the elecOFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON future. That Is the astounding as- tions occur, but never to take seats Sir Alfred Keogh, Chief of the pect of a movement founded by (n London. "Sitting in the EngHOMC PHONKS CITY DUMB. MAIN S07. lish Parliament ' has never done British medical service, is a native' poets and waled in. their blood. at all laading bars.and cafes. Renowned for purity, straagtb, aaMltaa tmm a and of Roscommon, Brack, and Magaolia Ave., Bat. 9th and. HHfc. X Sinn Paha, ia far. beyond the poe- anything for Ireland, and we are- student in Dublin University.wasHe 1M WORKS 13th w try staaa saw. It has a double throuh with It," say the Sinn FaiaQRUBER & DEUSER. M&aagers, Louisville, Ky. 11HI 1 M jl 11111 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 aaaial to the atfrarisa and aau- - era. 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