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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1917 reaffirming the loyalty of tho Cathwere olics of tho United States adopted precisely In tho form in which they wore submitted by tho ' '"i " Dow Wire m BCMN.YTKAN SCREENS MUtbr & Iron Works Pbono Will Protect Yea . u PRICE FIVE CENTS. U' "i'i"fi'ilulilegnMgwWTr-wyffs. REJECTED i" n PLEA Of POPE Openings I , Resolutions CommSRteo. The convention also accepted a resolution providing ,for the appointment of a committee of five to repPresident Disagrees "With Holy resent the federation, in War with the National Catholio Father's Proposals For ' Council, an organization being . Peace. assisting formed for the Durnose of tho Government in carrying on thel war against Germany. Other resolutions adopted proFirm Refusal to Courteous But vide for tho raising by tho federation of a fund' ot $100(000 to be Have Dealings "With the used for organization and social and Kaiser. moral propaganda tyork; the, establishment of Catholic night schools for aliens and tho suppression of plays; motion piotures and literature tending to belittle marriage. Fair Can Not Accept tho Word of play and Justice Iq negroes also was the Present Rulers of urged. Federation members were called upon to practice tho most Germany. strict wartime economy in order to assist the Government In conserving Tho resolutidb. the food supply. also praised tho Government for tho STATES OF UNITED PURPOSES steps it has. taken to insure adequate t supplies. Tho federation 'adopted tho diocesan plan, whlchjienrolls the members by diocese inmead of by county President Wilson, through the and State, and brings into affiliaSecretary f State, has rejected tho tion all of tho smaller Catholic soPope's peace proposals. His letter cieties. Tho diocesan plan provides to the Holy Father, given out for changing tho nam of tho feder Tuesday night in Washington, is as ation to the catholic Feneration oi follows: mtJ " '" tho United States.! a, "To His Holiness, Benedict XV., appointed Tho folloging 4 were Pope: In acknowledgement o'f the GERMANY'S SUBMARINE BASE. members of tho committee to cocommunication of Your Holiness to WOMEN REPLACE MEN IN RAILROAD WORK. operate with tho National War CounIsle of Heligoland, near tho mouth of tho Kell canal, formerly a pos 'belligerent peoples, dated Augtho have been shocked to see a member of hor cil: Mgr. M. J. Splaino, Boston; session of England, now used as a base for submarine operations. This ust 1, 1917, the President of the sexGrandmother would railway Working around a locomotive, but such things havo be- Mgr. J. P. O'Connel, Toledo, Ohio; Isle, almost a solid rock, is heavily fortified. requests me to transUnited States N. Y.; come virtual necessities in tho present day and age when tho men aro John J. Hynes, Buffalo, following reply: mit the not been being called to tho colors. Tho Erie has been experimenting with Charles I. Donchaud, Now Orleans, "Every heart that has state of affairs the workingman and and John'Whalen, New York. Thoso blinded and hardened by this ter-- . women workers and has found them successful. his kind havo only to thank the were appointed members of tho fedtoy this rlble war must bo touched Forward Leaguer and his type who eration committee to assist in tho moving appeal of His Holiness the and not seek domination. The test use prohibition as a mask for their extension of tho Catholic theater Pope, must feel the dignity and therefore of every plan of peace is political alms. The average Demomovement; Mgr. M. J. Lavelle, Now force of the humane and generous this: It is based upon the faith of crat and Republican knows full well Wheeler, Rev". John Fork; tho it, and all tho peoples involved or merely motives which prompted "put liquor that these Philadelphia, and Francis J. Smith, must fervently wish that we might upon tho word of an ambitious and Prohibitionists Exposed in tho down" in a different manner only a Trenton, N. J. take tho path of peace (he so per- Intriguing government, on. the one short time ago, and their reform Tuesday night tho delegates ana Speech of Congressman suasively points out. But it would hand, and of a group of free peodates back only to the budding of visitors attended a. mass meeting be folly to take it if it does not in ple, on the other? This is a test Makes Loyalty Pledge to Coun under the auspices of tho Social their political aspirations. Meeker. goal he proposes. which goes to tho root of the mat fact lead to the Gov. Stanley has incurred the evService Commission of tho federatry For Three Million upon ter, and it is the test which must Our response must bo based erlasting, enmity of tho tion at which Bishop P. J. Muldoon, upon nothing be applied. and" Forward Leaguers in the Members. the stern (facts and of Rockford, 111., presided. offering "fervent Greater Percentage of Alcohol Democratic party by putting tho else. .It Is sot a mere cessation of "The purposes, of the United A cablegram arms ho desires; It is a stable and States In this war are known to prayer for happy success of your question of prohibition right up to in Patent Medicines Than enduring peace. This agony must tho whole world to every people to tho next Legislature and indirectly noble peace efforts" was sent to American not be gone through with again, whom the truth has (been permitted "Wants-JJto the people Of Kentucky. This Iiiqiiors. Peace "With Dishonor Popo Benedict by thoSocieties atFedtho and it must be a matter of very to come. They do not need to be will deprive the political prohibieration of Catholic or Danger to tho Starry sober Judgment what will Insure us stated again. We seek no material closlnc session of dts convention. tionists of their favorlto asset, and against it. His Holiness in sub- advantage of any kind. We beThe Federation elected Thomas F. thrown on their own merits In their Banner. Flynn, of Chicago, President, to suc- Vote on Prohibition Deprives respective parties they will cut a stance proposes that we return to lieve that the Intolerable wrongs ceed John G. Whales, of New York, sorry figure. the status quo ante bcllum, and done in this war by the furious and For this the n who was not a Jcandldato for re-Iteformcrs of, Political that then there be a general con- brutal power or tno imperial followers aro assailing the The following Vice Presielection. a condonation, disarmament and Government ought to bo reGovernor on any old pretext and the Asset.-.cert of nations, based upon an ac- paired, but not at the expense of Apostolic Delegate, Archbish dents wore named:'.' J J. Hynes, latest is that he dares to consult Shakogeo, Buffalo; J. A. Celller, ops, Bishops and Priests ceptance of the principle of arbitra- the sovereignty of any people-ra- ther with Republicans in regard to the Joseph Frey, 'New York; Minn.; tion; that iby a similar concert appointment of a State Election a vindication of the sov Present. City; George Relnhardtf. Kansas not sit idly by Commissioner, freedom of the seas foe established; ereignty both of those that are McGlaughs, Philadelphia; lif 0. P. IN FINANCIAL STRAITS and see him andand friends knifed by James and that the territorial claims of weak and those that are , strong. his JJowtavlUe.,E. J.Cooney, alliPranceairdItaly, the perplexing Punitive damages, tho dismembera Matre, Chicago, and C. R. Schulto, problems of the Balkan States, and ment of empires, the establishment ance, as was the case last year." It's Secretary economic EUGENE the restitution of Poland, be left of selfish and exclusive a poor rulo that won't work both COONEY AN OFFICER Detroit, were respectively. and Treasurer to such conciliatory adjustments as leagues, we deem inexpedient and A prominent politician remarked ways, and one does not need a long may be possible In the new temper In the end worse than futile, no the remember the other day that it would bo a memory toenemies plottedwhen the of any with of such a peace, duo regard being proper basis for a peace good thing ifor the people of Ken- Governor's district aspirations of the peo- kind, least of all for an enduring paid to the Republicans In Eleventh Sunday Kansas City saw one tucky If the speech of Congressman elections of a few years back, and ples whose political 'fortunes and peace. That must be based upon of Last largest and most spectacular the Meeker, ot St. Louis, In reference Just three years ago tho big Demoaffiliations will be involved. Justice and fairness and the com question was cratic (?) vote cast in the Republito the prohibition "It is manifest that no part of mon rights of mankind. We can religious observances over held in part of tho country. It was printed and delivered to every voter can Tenth district gave the Senthis programme can be successfully not take the word of tho present that procession of almost a hundred In this State, as that speech was atorial to Beckham. carried out unless tho restitution of rulers of Germany as a suarantee tho nomination directed principally at the prohibi- Here in Louisville the the status quo ante furnishes a firm of anything that is to endure, unless and fifty dignitaries and members. of the ggK and satisfactory basis for it. The explicitly supported by such con- copal Catholic clergy ifrom the episand Forward Leaguers took tionists who espouse prohibition for ggs, residence on West Twelfth support political motives only, object of this war Is to doliver tho clusive evidence of tho will and 'aHHBssBflBsBS ts one State affected by and If there a prominent part in against of the of the Mayor free peoples of the world ifrom the purpose of the German people them- street to the main entrance ConcepigflP flnk HCgsHgglgflRfl Is Kentucky. In the this trlbo it Bull Moose ticket the Democratic '!PW HggflHgHHgHH Republican Buschomeyer and menace and the actual power of a selves as tho other peoples of the Cathedral of tho Immaculate yBjBjBjBin BHt' JfgaBHBBHBH camp we have men ,who profess to nominees. of persons convast military establishment world "would be Justified in accept- tion, where thousands have seen a great light and are Tho local campaign will begin in trolled by an irresponsible' govern- ing. Without such guarantees, saw tho Most Rov. John Bonzano,a EBBBBB 'W 9BjganHBBBHBBSBBEa Delegate, celebrate espousing prohibition for the G. O. about two weeks and the Demoment which, having secretly planned treaties of settlement, agreements Apostolic lligh mass, HebeR l?!Ua9iRi5nfl8HHifl P., hoping thereby to wrest control cratic leaders express themselves as the opening of to dominate the world, proceeded to for disarmament, covenants to set Pontifical carry tho plan out without regard up arbitration in the place of force, tho annual convention of the Ameri- s. of the Republican machinery from being confident of the success of Socle-tie"men like McCulloch, Franks and Nominee Charley Cronan and the either to the sacred obligations of territorial adjustments, reconstruc can Federation of Catholic prac- tions of small nations, if made with treaty or the others of the late Senator Bradley entire city and county ticket. In A monster mass1 meeting was held type, who havo always pitched their the Republican ranks there seems principles the German Government, no .man, Monday night tices and In Convention Hall, campaign on ,a higher plane than to bo some soro spots that can't or of international action and honor; no nation, could now depend on. Wo fully 15,000 being present. Archa fatiatlcal craze. which chose its own time for the must await some new evidence of bishop In tho Demo- won't bo healed, and while a list and adwar; delivered its blow fiercely and the purposes of the great peoples of dresses ,Glennon presided delivered cratic camp we have men traveling of tho campaign committee was .of welcome were suddenly; stopped at no Carrier the Central Powers. God grant It by Bishop Thomas F. Llllis and under the guise of Forward given out the other day fow Leaguers who on their merits wore either of law pr of mercy; swept may bo given soon and in a way Mayor George Edwards, of Kansas that committee will be active. unknown in Democratic party af- Among the list Is none other than a whole continent within the tide to restore the confidence of all City. John Whalon, of New York, of blood, not the blood of soldiers peoples everywhere in tho faith of President of tho federation", made fairs and seek control through pro- Wood Axton, who previous to the only, but the blood of innocent the nations and the possibility of the response. Addresses also were hibition. There is not a single one primary denounced the two man women .and children also, and of a covenanted peace. leabders In either power, and among tho missing, as of the EUGENE COONEY, by. Archbishop Bonzano, made , the helpless poor; and now stands "ROBERT LANSING, Bishop Schrombs, of Toledo, and Vice President of American Federa- party but who is a recent convert they say in tho war news. Is Under-lo prohibition and he Is using that taker John Maas, the Republican balked but not defeated, the enemy "Secretary of State of the United Federal Judge (Martin J. Wade, of Societies. tion of Catholic of conversion for all it is worth to nominee until the eleventh hour In of the world. This States of America." Iowa City. power Is not tho German people. It obtain political control. tho Mayoralty race. Another featReports of national officers and Y. M. I. Congressman Meeker, a Republi- ure causing considerable worry to is the ruthless master of the GerOPENING AT ST. XAVIEtt'S. committees consumed Monday's sesthere man people. It is no 'business of sion of the convention. In his reThe Young Men's Institute, At- can by the way, said which aro 746 Messrs. Chilton and Searcy, they alcohol and in ours how that great people came h scholastic year of port to the federation President lantic Jurisdiction, closed a most patent medicines quoted official sta- say, is the lack ot finances, given this The an shortage of funds was under its control or submitted with St. Xavler's Collego will begin next Whalen reaffirmed tho loyalty of satisfactory and successful conven- Is found and temporary zest to the domination of Catholics to America In the war and tion Tuesday at Richmond, Ind. The tistics of each. The report of tho additional blow the other day when Revenue many 'Republican gaugers were re its purpose; but it is our business Tuesday, opening with every pros- declared that all sacrifices demanded reports cf Grand President Robert Department of Internal e years of must bo met with cheerfulness. to see to it that the history of the pect that tho T, Burke and Secretary Francis J. shows that beer contains 5.05 per moved from office, this class being cent, alcohol, wines 10 and 11 per willing contributors and workers in rest of the world Is no longer left prosperity which tho college has The report of enjoyed will continue. This year a Morals deplored tho Committee on Carroll showed that the Y. M. J. cent., champagnes 13 and 14 per Iho past. The enormous campaign to its handling. what it character- had made steady progress the past "To deal with such a power by new Director comes to SL Xavior's ized as "the drift away from tho year and was attracting the atten- cent., Scotch twhiskey45 per cent, fund used here in the Interest of way of peace upon tho plan pro- ln the person of Brother Benjamin. church," and recommended changes tion of Catholics everywhere. The and bottle in bond whiskey 50 per Hughes and Fairbanks last fall has Mr. Meeker cited the fact spoiled the Republican workers and posed by His Holiness the Pope amd now life and new ideals will In American' conditions of life. election of officers closed tho busi- cent. necessarily bo put In operation. The liniment, they wouldn't even show In the bono The' federation" gave Its approval ness of the convention, and the so- that Hinckley's would, so far as we can see, involve now Directors experience of deMichigan, has 87 of the work a recuperation of Its strength and ree years in Massachusetts will of the Catholic and alms of the Na- cial programme was concluded with manufactured in and instructions primary because local Q.financial O. P. pression in tho War Council, an or- a banquet and ball at the Westcatt per cent, alcohol a renewal of Its policy; would make be felt at St. Xavler's. The Latin tional It necessary to create a permanent and modern languages will be made ganization which Is forming to co- Hbtel. Trinity and Mackln Council on the bottle for mothers to mix It operate BISHOP IS CALLED. combination of nations hostile strong fort this coming year. For carrying with the Government in were given places in the new ad- with the babies' milk. The manuon the war. of oodles against the German people, who are a ministration. Following are the facturer In contributed boys in tbJe first and second years "All sacrifices demanded of us Grand officers for the coming year: money Right Rev. Alphonsus Joseph the campaign to make Its instruments; and would result in of the High School course Latin, will year. Wine of of the Russia to in tho future be made compulsory, should be met cheerfully," President abandoning the Honorary Chaplain Right Rev. Michigan dry last Chattanooga was Glorieux, Catholic Blshqp Saturday declared. "Whether the James Chartrand, Coadjutor Bishop Cardul made at Bee of Boise, Idaho, died the intrigue the manifold subtle Next year this will continue to the Whalen pr short, originated and backed by the Vice after an Illness of three weeks. Interference, and the certain year Bind the following year straggle be long loyalty to we pledge of Indianapolis. the undevlating League: Bishop Glorieux was seventy-thre- o our iwhlcfh would be at- third Chaplain Rev. F. A. President of the to tho fourth ,year of the High try of .3,000,000 Catholic men counGrand of the Methodist years old, and was orn in Beland Roehl, Richmond, Ind. and Treasurer tempted by all the malign Influences School course. HTtherto this has women, united In federation." CathWine of Car- gium. He was educated at Courtral to which the German Government been an optional subject for the President Thomas G. Herbert, Temperance Society. cent, alcohol. and dul carries 28 per later at tho University of has of late accustomed the world. students and quite a few failed to olics, he estimated, would prove to Altoona, be 35 per cent, of the American Congressman in 17 ho completed On Can peace toe based upon a restitu- keep it up for the four years. First Vice President. Phil M. .the list of 747Meeker said that all tho fiftieth August of his sacerdotal fighting forces. Active work alpatent medicines year tion of its '"power or upon any word The .faculty will be increased by ready Is under way to provide for Canale, Memphis. Owing to .from 1 to of honor it could pledge in. a treaty five additional professors, BrotWer their spiritual and physical Vice President B. J. containedand gave lists 98of per cent, ministry. been quite the fact that Second needs. alcohol, ill for several he had f settlement and accommodation? Thomas, of St. John's Preparatory "Much) as we deplore war, w Sandman, Louisville. bitters, and was must now College, Danvers, Mass., will teach want no peace Responsible statesmen Secretary Francis J. uarrou, stomach per 'cent, etc., that carried months, Hospital, a patient at St. with dishonor or with alcohol to 93 per Vincent from 48 the happy annit, everywhere see, if they never saw Latin and chemistry; Brother starry banner Brazil, Ind, future danger to these pay an alcohol before, that no peace can rest se-- i of St. Joseph's College, Bards-tow- or to the world atthe Treasurer G. A. Long, Terre cent.andNone ofare manufactured and versary waB not publicly celebrated. large," he went many tax Letters and telegrams of congratu curely upon political or economic will teach mathematics and on. "But this does not take from Haute. in dry territories where lation and wishes for his speedy Ashe-vlll- e circulated restrictions meant to .benefit, some Latin; Brother Philemon, of Cathe- us our privilege and our "duty to Marshal Frank Bossal, are. regular recovery were received by the score, rabid prohibitionists nations and cripple or emfoarrass dral High School, Wheeling, Latlal pray and to strive for a true, lasting Pa. others, upon vindictive action, of any and algebra; Brother Denis, of St. peace, that shall give speedy and Board of Directors Robert T, patrons. of Congressman Meeker's and numerous substantial remem In view brances, of the day were sent the tort, or any kind of revenge or Peter's Academy, Rdehmond, Eng- permanent comfort to the loneuf-- f Burke, Louisville; Leo X.- Smith, proofs, venerable prelate. and conclusive (nddanapolls, and W. C. XcKenale, statement deliberate injury. The American lish, and Brother George, of Old wring tfiuman, race. We rejoice anyone think that, for inCollege, does Fortress at the .earnest, wise, fatherly efforts Pittsburg. Comfort intolerable Potol people have suffered our WHAT JIIATRE SAYS. wrongs at the hands of the imperial Monroe, French 'and physjes. to bring about such, a peace by our The Board of Directors will stance,Leaguepoliticians of the Forwill desist from their German government, tout they detlre Kreat spiritual chief, His Holiness te'lect either Memphis or Indianap- ward assault on the liquor manufacturers, "It has never entered into the no reprisal upon the German peo Pope Benedict XV. His efforts will olis as the next convention eity. v TAKES A BRIDE. who are open and above board, .and Seld of partisan politics' said Secple, who haye themselves not be Jn vain." go after the patent medicine fakers? retary Matre in his report to the Joseph AfcDonough, a former all things In this war, which they A resolution protesting: against PlUlWr IS AH) TO HOOVER. No, they" will not, as that would Catholic Federation, "and never did not choose. They believe that well known member of the local the "irreligious tyranny masqueradpolitical control his ing under the name of democratic department, surprised . peace' should rest upon the rights fire The Rev, Herbert Hillenmeyejr, not serve their emphasize alms'. It will it try toany ot the political only serves to the its members." affiliation of of peoples, not toe rights of gov- friends Saturday when he returned government to. Mexico" and urging formerly of Lexiagton, now statement that prohibition As constituted today the federaof the Covincfeon. diocese and ernment the rignts of people from Lmtoaia with his tbride, who that the United States withhold any od a Joan "until such iniquitous laws re secretary to Bishop was Miss Emma Hoefler Brossart at does not prohibit, and while (Jrsttic- tion has members in every State of great or mall. weak or powerful may Drerent their equal right to freedom and se- schoolmate of his boyhood day repealed and religion made free" .OCTlagton, has been appointed an hhie laws getting his the iworklns-5 the Union, in Porto Rico, Hawaii, beer with Alaska and the Canal Zone, Thirty ws win men from and to Their marriage was solemnised in was adopted by the convention of sad to .rMrDen. Hoover. curity and ? participation upon fair 4ms In Holy Cross chorea at Latariia, The tire American Federation of Catholic work amonc pastors and heads , of per wsi. ncuntu ji ones aoi prevent leading national organisations are relieioos bouses. Father Hilien- - the, hypocritical probtbltionttt froaa enrolled besides many county and the economic opportunities of the couple will reside at 1135 Hamilton Societies. SO Federations "acektiming" world the German' people o course avenue, where they are receiving Resolutions tbs myer to a son of H. F, Hillenmeyw, getting fall "bKtsrs" containing this State membership with an approxior mors per cent, alcohol., For mate of three million. peso proposal of Pope Benedict and lot IfSKiOgtOO. included, If they will accept equality their friends. -" mmmmtmm w .m, mmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmn in Keynote to Sermon Preached at ' Federation Convention" No : Tranquility Until Men Put Their Trust in God the Father. Struggle ltccalls American Bat tles For Uight and For . Liberty. THE REAL TEST OF STRENGTH POLITICAL FEDERATION self-seeke- rs Hary-Beck-ha- m Haly-Beckha- m uer-ma- r - -- - ''..ggHgB KVkr,4.HgggBgH beKt long-establish- ed long-cherish- be-Ue- vo self-seeki- four-fift- hs fifty-fourt- fifty-thre- twenty-th- new-bor- n; counter-rev- olution Anti-Salo- Lou-val- n. As a keynote to his sermon at tho Pontifical high mass Sunday morning opening tho Federation convex Hon tho Most Rev. Edward J.' Hanna, Archbishop of San Francisco, used the appeal of tho Popo for peace and his recent peace proposal. The Archbishop holds that "there can be no permanent peace on earth until rulers recognize tho teachings qf Christ and hearken to the appeals of the Pope." He said in part: "TlKro can bo no tranquillity in the ordering of tho world until men, moved by Christ's spirit, put their trust not in power, nor in gold, but in God tho Father. There will be no permanent abiding concord of princes and of rulers until the men who sway tho destinies of nations recognize the great moral sanctions of life, recognizo that tho human being is more valuable than all earth's possessions, recognize that mercy must, season Justice, xecognlzo tho higher code taught by Christ in accordance with which men ard ruled by moral force, recognize and listen as the ago of faith listened to him who, in the ways of providence, represents Christ upon earth, and who by his very place in tho world's economy is by divine appointment 'mediator of peace.' " The Archbishop urged personal sacrifice for the common weal and declared the real test of tho church would come at the end of the present war. "We had hoped that tho wave of blood might not reach our peaceful shores, but thoso who guide the destinies of our great nation bavo decreed that in this struggle there is a. question of human rights eo appealing, so sacred, so imperative that wo may- not-.- . stand Our Catholic readers have placed themselves clearly on record, and with no feeling either of fsar or of hate, wo shouldedr to shoulder with our fellows are today the mightiest factor In the world's great struggle. After months of gainful thought we have come to our task, but wo come not as men "without hope. Wo take our place In the of world's struggle with warmth spirit because wo feel that If wo aro ingreat .spiritual tjrue to our heritance, true to the inheritance which tho past century rejected, we may bring tho world again to a realization that only in Christ and In Ms teaching can there be victory for human rights, only In Christ can victory bring enduring peace. .."Tho struggle for human rights", the struggle for liberty acid for democracy, is ono of tho most stirring tales In all our world history. This strugglo Tecalls American battles for right and for liberty, Washington, Lincoln and tho great names of our honored time; But we can not fully grasp this entrancing story unless wo understand that the foundations of our liberty and ot our democracy aro laid deep in tho assertion of man's great dignity, in the realization of man's power o rule his fellow men, .man's power to determine the fitness of those who would bo his masters, in the conviction that man grows Into greatness of stature when groat responsibilities are placed upon him, and. above all things wo shall fall to appreciate freedom's tale till wo understand that tho foundations of our liberty lie deep In the willingness, to sacrifice our own petty personal interests for tho greater weal of tho whole body politic. "In tho battle lino whore w fight for tho rights of man the knowledge which is in Christ points the way, tho power which is in Christ must lead to victory. But tho purpose of war is peace, and mon engage in Just war to tho end that peace may In God's come enduring peaco. own time peaco must come to our embattled earth, and when carnage Is no more onkl peaco enfolds the land then will como the real test ot strength, then will bo seen the power of the truth we preach that only In Christ is the hope of democracy. Then' also will be seen that only in Christ, the Prince of Peace, only in following the truth Ho has taught, can thero be permanence ini the peaco guaranteed by tho compacts of tho nations." MAOKIN COUNCIL. Officers of Mackln Council look for a great attendance at the meeting Monday night. Delegates Just returned will report tho proceed-i- n Council conven trn nt tho ttram tion at Slchmnnr). Tnd.. and In ad dition there will be several matters of vital Importance upon which action wilt, be taken. ' 4 r Adel-ber- n, - lon-ere- a OCTOBER WEDDING. -- Chatt-ceH- or ed . Announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Irene Davidson and n&nrirn Mamllohr. of this city. wae received by their friends here and in Frankfort Mst Saturday. Is associated with The groom-elethe Standard OH company and is a grandson of Jerry Brislas, of Frankfort. The weddtag ii to take plaea in October, and will be van a,rent ot much social interest,. ct G3 . !? v'Ofca i . iV , ... ' J- - JBCJBTPtJOKY XiRtlSKC KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. i( PUBLISHKD EVBRY SATURDAY. to the Social and Monti Advaoct memefft el lrlh Americans and Csftollei Officially JndoTood by An cleat Order at Hlteeraians, Yo&g Mb' Iottate an Oalfaottc Kalfttita o( America. AJSOOE&BOXZAJSl. HERMAN STRAUS rouRTH Avenue JvcawavTa SONS market strect ' IrtlftH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., IcorprtcI, PuJtther SINOLB COPY $e SUBSCRIPTION PIOCB, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR H.iiI.k M tb fiHfirHt PwtflHc tJ agodCIn fUlttr . I Watt Or tea St. H Comnlellt!ni to tb KENTUCKY HUSH AMXICAN. iHrt.t KRNTUCKY JI9-2- We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. BOYS' SERVICEABLE ffirt APES fiS?) COUNCIL p nnisviLLE, l'liKDOKS KY.. SUPPOItT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1917 The Central held last week, Viereln convention, came out unitedly and fearlessly for this country and obedlenco to properly constituted One of ther csolutlons authority. that aroused enthusiasm was the following: allty In every form; and hence It would be surprising to seo the Pope recognized as an arbiter In this war. His recognition would be a distinct triumph for the cause of righteous ness. He ia tho representative of Him who came as the Prince of PEHFOKMANCE. CONTINUOUS Peace, and his position as head of lands would enable Hardly a day passes without some tho church A. agitator being him to speak frankly, firmly and prominent A. P. as a slacker or fairly! exposed either Last traitor to the Government. PEOPLE TO 1JE POWER. a local Monday Peter Kauffman, farmer, was held under $5,000 bond As itho war draws to a close lot to answer, charged with soliciting us hope the world "will have learned funds to oppose tho selective draft the lesson that to avoid future wars and attempting to cause disloyalty. It Is necessary to extend the fronKauffman testified that ho received tiers of democracy. More power his Inspiration from Tom "Watson's must be given to the people, secret Jeffersonian, being a regular sub- diplomacy utterly destroyed and scriber. Joseph Breltensteln filed governments made responsible to draft exemption with a local board, tho popular will. supplemented by an affidavit from tho Rev. John StUH, pastor of St. SHOULD INSPIRE PRAYER. John'sTSvangeKcal church, "opposing" One thing at least the peace mesthe war and the draft and citing 'the by sage of Pope Benedict should fact that Ills congregation had and that Is universal prayer roto taken la church opposed tho of the war. war. Stllll is the favorite orator of for the termination the local Junior Order and A. P. All can join Jn this plea to the God of the nations, leaving the means A.'s. And still they come. and instrumentalities to his divine DOPE PIIOIimiTIONlSTS. providence. in-al- "We recognize as one of the most Important tasks which the American Catholics must assume without further delay the care of our soldiers In camp and at the front. With satisfaction the Central Vercln welcomes the endeavors already begun and partly projected, which have Tor their object tho physical and spiritual welfare of our troops and pledges to 'these endeavors its effective support. At tho same time It draws attention to the problems arising with the return of our soldiers to civil life." n And confidence In President and the administration was also expressed la these words: "Ah citizens of tho United State3 we hail with satisfaction the press reporta that the administration has under consideration the peace proposals of the Holy Father and express our entire confidence that 'the administration will lend its effective (to all efforts for an early cessation of the war." Wll-Bo- its cause other than a system of education which has totally eliminated God? As in this system God Is completely shut out from tho children, how natural that these children when grown to imaturlty should shut out God, In practice at least, from thoir lives. In a word, as we Jiave sown so have we reaped. SCIIOOIj SCHOOL f "" A$Jy-'- SUITS ijU.Jj VHSatSR? -- rftfly iisFsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiPBLiiiiB CTy HON. MAT S. COHBN, slogan. "Every Catholic child lnt a school," is the slogan adopted by tho Catholic Educational Association. The convictiou that educa tion must include moral instruction and that moral instruction can not bo separated from religion is growing among educators outside tho church. Time is vindicating tho wisdom of the Catholic people In' their courageous purpose of building religious schools for their children. ENEMIES OP RELIGION. It is .beginning to dawn upoa the world, declares the Guardian, that of Agruculture Mat the enemies of the Holy See are S. Cohen steps Into the arena of tho enemies of religion and of mor State Fair accomplishment this with the poise and assurance of a prior year's unequaled and universally applauded success in the handling of his colossal task and CBao8acax8aiCTac8ac.TOTwyCTX President Kentucky State Pair. The Kentucky State Fair. Sen- belongs to the people, tember is of the people and for the people, credit for this great achieve- ment, which during a period of fourteen years has meant much to at large and tho Common-wealtwhich now (bears vital relation to the welfare of the State, belongs fullest measure to two officials, of Agriculture the Commissioner the State Fair Secretary. Upon the shoulders of these two men falls the burden of responsibility for the gigantic undertaking of summing up in one festal week the agrl- cultural and live stock industries, accomplishments and achievements the entire State for tho year, and both must be possessor o,t abilities beyond the ordinary measure of 10-15, FOUNT T. KREMER, Secretary Kentucky State Fair. with the satisfaction of knownlng that he has succeeded In adding to the fifteenth annual Ken-btucky State Fair, to bo held in Louisville, the most remarkable features ever associated with a State Fair. Foritalne T. Kremer, who was elected Kentucky State Fair Secre-i- n tary at the 'beginning of the present year upon tho death of former d retary W. J. Gooch, whllo newly vested with Secretarial title and dignities, is by no means a novice experience, having In Secretarial ibeen the "power 'behind" preceding Kentucky State Fair Secretaries for the past eight years in tho compara-o- f tively inconspicuous but immensely Important post of active manager and director of finances for tho tire vast institution. To the cultural element his selection was eminently satisfying from the fact that Mr. Kremer has been a prac-yetical farmer for the past twelve years, owning and residing upon and actively operating one of the most prosperous farms in the State. nt ut Splendid New Patterns, Wool Mixed Materials, Well Made, Priced at Only $3.95 $4.95 Sec-an- Special While They Last Boys' School Waists 55c Values For 39c. en-ma- n, ar BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES IN AXjTj l (8S3X8C8SSSS3 Miss Bezzle Hannan has gone Martinsville to spend two weeks Miss Louise Spalding, of Lebanon, spent the week-en"with Mrs. R. B. Lancaster. d SOCIETY. and Miss Mae Edelin are spending with Mr. and Mrs. the week-en- d Gardner at Hodgenvllle. STYLES $&444&&M&ttf4&MfrM& IN AXjIj SIZES Miss Margaret C. Hannan left last week to visit .relatives In Southern California. of Ruth O'Connor, is tho guest of Misses Myrtle and Irene Allen. Miss Vln-cenn- Misses Irene and Aileen Carr, of Jeffersonville, have 'been visiting friends in Evansville. Miss Florence Schildt and Miss Constance Schildt .have returned from Hendersonvllle, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MoDevitt and family returned to town this week from their summer camp ten Kathryn Sweeney, of New Albany, miles up the Ohio river. was announced' last week at a social gathering at the home of her parMiss Anna King and niece, Miss ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sweeney. Annetta Overstreet, have gone to Michigan to spend a month's vacaMiss Gertrude McGinn and her tion at the Lake resorts. cousin, MIbs Anna Shrader, of New Albany, are home from a delightful William R. Bryan and wife and two weeks' visit with friends In daughters left Saturday for a stay Missouri and the Northwest, where in Bardstown, the guests of Judge they received much social attention. John S. Kelley and family. Mrs. A. M. Gallagher and daughMisses Katherlno and Ida ters, Misses Katherine and Helen aro visiting In Cincinnati, the Gallagher, who have been spendlpg guests of their brother, John F. the summer with Mrs. Gallagher's Bossmeyor, and Mrs. Bossmeyer. mother, Mrs. Kate Hammond, have left for their home in Nebraska. Misses Lillian Tlmmons and Miss Aline Hammond returned Avjth Cathryn Menne returned Sunday Mrs. Gallagher, and will be her from Macatawa, Mich., where they guest for some time. have been spending the summer. Boss-meyor Second and Breckinridge Louisville, Ky Opens Its Fall Term - - September 3 and 4. l' K Tho Rochester Post Express reWATCHING WITH INTEREST. marks: Among the prominent 'and ardent The (Papal document sent to the prohibitionists of New York City, heads of the belligerent countries and one of the active members of Is one of tho greatest events of the the committee of sixty to get the century. The peoples torn asunder "demon" down, Is the manufac- by tho dreadful war are now watch turer of a proprietary medicine ing eagerly the manner in which Panama Exposition at San Francisco. This bookkeeping syswhich is 35 per cent, alcohol and the message will be answered by tem is now used by more than 1,700 schools in the United widely advertised and stronigly rec- tho various powers. Of course it States. Our Shorthand Text is also superior. As much as ommended for neurasthenia and would be expecting too much to 'can be accomplished with it in three months as is commonly mental troubles. And there are a say that the terms laid down lu Miss Margaret Murphy, of reFuneral services over legion of other medicines, tonics, the document will be received as Mrs. Edward J. O'Brien and sons, mains of Marvin McKenzIe, the done with other texts in five months. Ridge, spent the past week vis beloved bitters, cordials which contain a they stand. Tho most we may iting Miss Louise Watts nt Cecilia. Lieut. James G. O'Brien and John wife of Martin McKenzIe, 2500 A. O'Brien, are spending some time Bouth Fifteenth street, were conThe graduates of the CREAGKR BUSINESS SCHOOL-havlargo content of alcohol. Congress- reasonably hope for is that they will AtMiss Catherine Hancock had at tho Marlborough-Blenhelducted at St. Ann's church Monday man Meeker, of Missouri, gave the act as a basis from, which finally been, highly successful in bookkeeping, secretarial, Miss Catherine Coggeshall, of West lantic City. civil morning by Rev. Father Hill. She House a list of 746 of them, more peaco will evolve. It is ardently to Point, as her guest the past week. service and court reporting positions. Should YOU enroll was an excellent wife and Christian Dr. and Mrs. Mischa Casper, West woman, and her death Is mourned than half of which coutained over be hoped that these proposals may with us, there will bo no after regrets. Miss Frances Vetter spent last Broadway, have ibeen entertaining by friends and neighbors. 20 per cent, of alcohol, while fou-- prove an entering wedge for tho week In New Albany, visiting Mrs. their sister. Miss Eva Casper, who 90 per cent. cessation of human slaughtere. them contained Day and Night classes the year round. Leonard Hasenstab, East Elm streot. arrived last week from a visit In Many friends were deeply grieved These preparations are extenslvolr Jasper, Ind. when they learned of the unexpected TURNS OTHER CHEEK. advortisod, in papers that will take Meagher, Misses Nellie Mary death of Mrs. Catherine Clare, beMls3 Blanche Robinson, of Corand Josephine have that kind of advertising, as splendid The True Voice notes that re Athon spending the weekUlrich White delia, Okla., who had ibeen visiting loved wlfo of Michael Clare and' at remedies for most of tho ills that ports to the State Department been mother of Misses Mary and Sallle her sister, Mrs. C. M. Higglns, 719 Clare, 1721 Boiling avenue. De- Mills. flesh is heir to and as good far all East Elm street, Now Albany, has ceasea naa uvea a long and exIndicate a steady, though slow, other human aliments. Their sales (Decrease In tho strength of the Mrs. James Kehoe, of Detroit, ar- returned home. E. E. LANNING, emplary life and was loved by all JOS. DOUGHERTY, EDW. H. NIEHAUS, are so largo in the dry States of rived in Jeffersonville the past President, Vice Presidenj. Sec. and Treas. Government. With tho ex- week (for a visit with Mrs. Robert IMrs. T. A. Lanahan announces tho near to her. The funeral and the Union that such localities hardl7 ception of a few stretches of railmass was at St. George's Boyce. church Monday morning. know that they are dry; "t no sug- way, tho lines of communication ate Ruth Mary Lanahan, to Dr. "Raymond gestion of taxing them has "been open and rebel wedding will S. Falrchlld. Miss Aleen Hannan is visiting In The activities havo 'been Philip H. Arnold, an old and remade, notwithstanding that the drug materially the spected member of St. Ann's conreduced la tho past els Omaha, and will be present at Mc- - take place in tho fall. content of many of them is entirely months. The most serious problems wedding of her cousin, Miss gregation, passed peacefully away INCORPORATED Mrs. J. C. Steltenpohl and little Sunday night at his home, 1527 crann. negllblo and they are nothing hut country now appear to bo conroy were Bouth Seventh street. He was of tho son and Miss Masy whisky of exceptional rankness, economic A part jof Misses Helen and Nola the failure to Russell recent visitors in New Haven, and sixty-foyears old and had long flavored and stained. revive business is attributed to Gov- havo 'been making a pleasant visit spent a day with Sister. Mary Ivo been a foremau for the Standard with relatives In Uniontown and at St. Catherine's school. Sanitary Manufacturing Company. ernment decrees that restrict tho vicinity. DRIFTING TO PAGANISM. The funeral Wednesday although! the investment of capital, Margaret O'Hara and morning, Rev. was heldHill celebratMisses Reporting for the Rational Morals larger influence is said to be due Charlotte Quinkert, of New Albany, ing the requiemFather Surviving the re.miss iean v. O'lJryan (has mass. CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. from a visit to deceased are four daughters, Mrs. Committee at the Catholic Federa- to the disturbed political conditions turned after a visit to her ibrother, have returned friends in Indianapolis, Terre Haute G. Beavens, Mrs. H. Hogg, Mrs. B tion, John Paul Chow tells that In Carranza for the past two years has Philip O'Bryan, and Mrs. O'Bryan. and St. J. Monahan and Mrs. Richard Mol Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue some directions it may "bo a start- tried to get a loan from tho Ameri in Dayton. loy, and a son, Irwin Arnold. ling statement, yet It Is nevertheless can Government. Last week appara most pleasant visit to her After City 3101 ' South OOOy Mr. and Mrs. Mack Thornbury. LOUISVILLE, KY. a fact, that the rapid drift of this ently he succeeded, as tho bankers of West Oak street, and Miss Mao parents, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Tuesday afternoon John Edward formerly Brennan, tho son of country at present Is toward pagan- received assurances of moral in- Tyler Edelin visited at New Haven Butler, C.Sister Dorothea, Anna Butler, has returned to Deputy County Assessor Edward A. was held Thursday morning from ism. The basis for such contention dorsement and a Mexican loan of last week. her studies at North Cambridge, Brennan, died at the family home, St. Joseph's church, where she had been a devout communicant. will probably be compilation of $250, 000,000 Is the Protestant Mass. 663 Grainger Court. Tho little felJesse Waldron Shea has A few months ago tho homo after a week's visit returned statistics contained . in the 1916 floated. low had his arm ibroken and was The BI;t Amusement Caster to his DEATH A SHOCK. After spending two weeks la Now thought to be recovering until Monk of the Federal Council of English bankers turned down tho grandmother, Mrs. T. W. Jennings, York, Miss Mamie Glenn and Miss day night, when lockjaw developed Churches of Christ, which informs project What hold has Carranza at Westport. Vaudeville Mrs. Hannah iNevln, whose homo High Madge Glenn left for Norfolk, Old with fatal swiftness and effect. He us that the number of church com- anyway in this country? Ho kicks Newport News, was his father's "chum," and to the Is at 2305 Olmstead avenue, this miss (Florence Thurman accom Point Comfort and Dancing municants at the time Indicated was our pants and wo clap him on the panied Miss Mary Florence Sullivan and will return to Louisville to bereaved parents sympathy is ex city, was stricken with apoplexy Paulsin's Military Band was held Sunday and died Tuesday morning tended. The funeral 40,016,709. Quite evidently more back. Of a truth tils is turning to her homo in ShelbyvlJle for a morrow. week-en- d Thursday morning from Holy Cross In Jeffersonville, where she had visit. have no church the other cheek. than 60,000,000 Nsw Restaurant Joseph P. Hlnes, former Secre- church and was attended by many connections whatever. How manr watched hesldo the body of her Mrs. Mary Wulf has returned tary to Congressman Sherley, was mourning friends and relatives. every good Catholic The motto of Murphy, Klddylarnt cousin, Mrs. Margaret Othar Attractions of tho latter aro merely religious from Hawesvllle, where she visited here ihta past week visiting relawhose funeral Following a protracted illness of ternoon. Mrs. was held Sunday aflndlfferentists? How many are In- should he "My children will remain Mrs. Alfred Hennen and Mrs. John tives and friends before going to Nevin was taken to In a Catholic school until each has Pofo McAdams. Fort Benjamin Harrison, where ho heart trouble, Miss Anna Wagner the How many have a knowlfidels, finished his education." Another will bo examined for the Officers' passed away Tuesday morning at Bho home of Mrs. M, P. Shea, where Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces edge of tho fundamental laws of lay Misses Margaret her home, 1015 Letterle avenue. She was unconscious until the cad. and Rosella Reserve Corps. motto of equal (Importance Is "A For the next three weeks w sixty-fiv- e years old aud tho God? years old, an She was twenty-thre- e Butler returned going to offer paper la every Catholi Keenan and Agnes two of Catholic Capt. John A. O'Connor, operator for the Cumberland Tele- widow of John Nevla. Ono daugh- liberal discount.all Thisour lacee at a well Saturday from a Sixty millions have no church weeks' Yisit offer to eeu-In- e, to Dawson Springs, Ky. known throughout printerdom, re- phone Company and held in high ter, Mrs. Blanche May, and two affiliations, is the only answer. Yet home." and it will pay our John and Harry Nevin, surturned Wednesday from a season of esteem In her wide circle of ac- sons, her. After the funeral customers to write us at oose- while vive seareely 1b the answer given when services Miss OATHOMO RUADING. Mtee Marian S. Gleason, of ret in Chicago and Milwaukee. It quaintances. Mr. Wagner leaves Thursday at St. Aloysius church the our stoek ia complete. there naturally comes the other and Mrs. Charles body was haa lftft if'nr TnAbui. Is needless to say he had an her parents, laid beside that of Mrs. 'good time. Wagner; two sisters, Mlsees Minnie tjueeUon, Why this condition? And It Is noted' with intereet that the apolis,' Chicago and St, Louis, where City has she will vMt relatives. Public and Mary Wagner, and three hroth- - Murphy, who was the widow of Rogers Church Goods Co. t roAAntJwLibrary J -of Xsjmm ?ai it is eertalnly to the point. 1 AAA J The eng&gameat of Josevh Spaa' ers, Chariee wagaer, jr., isawaru Capt. John Murphy, for years a 12 S, FOURTH AVE. ' Ik lte fBl aaalyeli, what eaa.be 0(e books. Mr. .and Mrs. Maek Thorabary (nger, of Howard Park, Mlselaad Louis Wagner. Her funeral leading citizea of Jeffersonville. of HECENT DEATHS. Misses Marcella Meagher and NelMiss Helen O'Bryan has returned lie Meagher have returned from an Death claimed Thomas H. Watafter spending three months in extended trip to Poughkeepsle, Long son, eon of Julia Watson and the Washington and New York. Island, New York and Atlantic City. late John B. Watson, early Wednesday morning. He was a .brother of Miss Esther Flynn Is a member Mrs. Paul Huber, 3314 West BroadMiss Murgaret Cody, of New Albany, visited here last week, the of a house party that has been way and was well known here and spendlug tho "week with Miss Angela In Chicago. His guest of tho Misses Hanrahan. took place Mattingly at h!er homo at Millwood. yesterday morningfuneral Holy Cross from Mrs. Sam J. Dant had as guests Mrs. William J. church. Mr. and this week Misses Lucille and KathReceuver, of New Albany, had as Greeuwell, of New Haven. leen Monday night itelegrams received visitors the' past week Misses Mario here announced the death at and Nellie Hackett, of Bedford, Akron, Ohio, or Mrs. Elizabeth Fox, Mrs. John O'Connell and children, of Jeffersonville, are home from a Ind. mother of Edward C. Fox. The revisit to relatives at Sellersburg. mains were brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Beach and her son, 531 South Twentieth Sheriff Charles J. Cronan was in family, of Wood River, 111., were street, and the funeral was held Frankfort last Saturday and vis- this week guests of Mrs. Beach's Thursday morning from Sacred mother, Mrs. Patrick Tracy, in ited his sister, Mrs. John Griffin. Heart church. However, owing to tho fact thai we give both individual and class instruction, one may enroll any week in tke year and not bo handicapped. This school teaches Bookkeeping and Shorthand Systems uy flmen one can accomplish more in a given time than would be possible with other texts, and yet wo charee no more per month than is generally charged students studying texts mat take much longer to learn. Wo teach the Twentieth Century System of Bookkeeping-- , xnis system was chosen by a committee of educators over all other texts as tho best one to teach a Model Class at the J t i D. CREAGER, Principal. ivtif Car-ran- za m v DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. ur Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, Mary's-of-the-Wood- s. seven-year-o- ld FONTAINE FERRY Class year-boo- I . out-of-to- - Park-Wft- ed fl sad W - ?? -- . '.'&, & I . . .aZJSroTXJOXar XJ&I&Hai l3MG55JREIO-AJNT- - tmiwinnoiiiw II SI ' RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. 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We met thq other a day a man dressed im the uniform of a soldier. who at first sight we fancied was a Brigadier General of itha United States army. Tall, as ha stood about six foot two; straight, as If he spent his years in a military training school; with an eye gentle and forceful, betokening command; with a finely .shaped head, slightly bald, which told, by Its well defined bumps, bravery in purpose and action; with his carriage expressing a go that was not calculated to balk at any obstaclo or be impeded in Its course by any danger; such was the chaplain of tho Fighting Sixty-nint-h Regiment of New York, whose motto is, "Gentle when stroked, fierce when provoked." Proud of his men and of their achievements In tho past and pres ent, as their banner-staf- f Is 'en tirely filled with silver rings', each one indicating some battle fought. It is no wonder that Captain Duffy Is the beloved of every circle and the Idol of his own. when asked If ha thoucht he would return from Frarice, ho quickly responded, "I doda't think I will." Tho hero shone in tho answer. It told of no fear to go as far as the soldier who "foremost fighting fell." It told of his splendid form of patriotism that dared "to the cannon's mouth." It told ctf tho great priest who loved his fellows as ho loved his Christ and in his death, If needs be, showed charity for tho one land adoration to the other. SENDS LOVING TOKEN. Manslgnor Thomas F. Kennedy, rector of the American College in Rome, is dead after a long illness. Msgr. Kennedy was a native of Pennsylvania. It was while ho was practicing law in Wis native State WWWMWWWVWWWWWWWWWWMMWWWWW that he choose the priesthood as a years profession. Thus thirty-tw- o theological sem& ago he entered the Borromeo. Three inary of St. Charles years later he was selected for one of tho diocesan positions In Rome, and in 1886 he received his degree ley. of D. D. Returning to Philadelphia he was appointed professor at St. GONE TO OAMP. That yon spent for something yeu did not NEED would have started a Charles Theological Seminary there. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with thls'bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED A little later came his appointment J. Russell Kehoe, of Jefferson-vlllby Pope Leo as rector of tho North Sunday for Indianapolis, twice year; There MAY COME a time when yonr "LAST DOLLAR" In havingleft American College at Rome. been accepted at the second 1914 Monslgnor Kennedy becamo ill officers' training cdmp at Fort Ben unit be spent for something yon DO NEED. The SAVING now of the and although ho recovered tem- Hnrrison. He is a son of Michael dollars yon are wasting; might keep that "hard time" frm ever cowing. porarily, his health failed gradually a college graduate, and a year ago he was reported to J. Kehoe and be In a serious condition. In May RETURN TO SCHOOL. of last year Pope Benedict appointed Monslgnor Charles A. O'Hern, After spending the vacation at Vice Regent of the American Colthe here lege, as coadjutor to Monslgnor of mother house last ten Sisters 'Mercy left week for Kennedy, with the right to succeed to tho Rectorship. Monslgnor Ken- Columbus, Ohio, where they will Fifth and Court Place. nedy was spoken ef at various times teach In the Holy Family school this Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. as a possible addition to tho list of year. American Cardinals, but was said SISTERS RETURN. to have been retained in Rome at his own request. The Sisters of Providence, who STARTS WORLD'S SERIES. schools In conduct the parochial MARRY AT OMAHA. Jeffersonville and New Albany, have fTho Knights of Columbus pennant from their annual retreat From the Omaha True Voice wo returnedMary's of winners In tho Twin City League the Woods, near at St. will play ta double-head- er Cincin- take the following, which will In Terre Haute, and will open their at who nati on Labor day with the amateur terest many of our treaders, the bride and her parents, schools next week. Cincinnati at Redland JOHN B. RATTERMAN champs Aofteam with the name of know formerly resided in Louisville: who field. WILL TEACH HERE. "Dr. and Mrs. W. J. CcCrann an Christ Church. Is the champipnship representative of that city and they nounce the engagement .of their FUNERAL DIRECTOR Brother George, who- has been to are expected to carry tho fame of daughter, Gertrude Genevieve, Joseph W. Breen, of Des Moines. spending the summer at St. Joseph's it ho inter-cit- y all through 2114 WEST MARKET ST. Cincinnatithe National Baseball Fed- Miss McCrann is tho second of ten College at Bardstown, has come to series of Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland eration. Tho IC C. team will lcavo attractive daughters, and Is popular St. Xavier's College, where he willWest 1107a. tomorrow afternoon and they will in social circles. Mr. Breen Is a be stationed for the coming scholof tho Crelghton Uni- asttcal year. be the guests of the Knights of graduate Columbus of Cincinnati at a dinner versity Collego of Law, and a memOFFER DESIRABLE PRIZE. to be given in their honor Sunday ber of the Gamma Eta Gamma legal Miss McCrann's oldest night at the Slnton Hotel. Manager fraternity. The congregation of St. Charles Harold Elarth, and Tom Cllncs will take sixteen players sister, Mrs. give an interesting to ropresent Louisville, and they Major Elarth, havo Just returned church will Funeral Directors are hopeful of being the contendere from several years spent In the euchre entertainment Monday night h Philippines. The latter has been In St. Charles Hall, with New Orleans. detailed to Fort Riley, Kas. Lieut. and Chestnut, to which all friends Embalmers. recently commis- are Invited. Games will be called Will McCrann, PRETTY HOME WEDDING. The tally prize sioned in the medical reserve corps, at 8:15 o'clock. XTHSHWC 01O Air. and Mrs. Thomas M. Murphy will also be stationed at Fort Riley. will be a fine set of dinner dishes. Telephone 1022. have announced tho marriage of As both ofllcers expect to lpave on WED BEFORE WAR. their daughter, Miss Virginia Mur- Sunday for that place, the wedding will take place this phy, to It year fcoys an eaaeattea that will wedding Clayton Curtis Moore. The a honeymoon spent inweek. After Announcement was made SaturYellowstone jtrepare Ultra for life. took place at "Waldeck Place," the home of the bride's par- National Park, tho bridal couple day at Covington of the approachO'Shaugh-nessSaturday ents, in XAVIER'S COLLEGE afternoon,Crestwood, 25,on tho Rev. will make their home at Des ing marriageof of Eugene Mrs. Peter Moines." Mr. and son August 113 "W. Broadway, Loalsrille, Xj. O'Shaughnessy, York street, and Father Does performing the cereConducted by the Xaverl&a Brothers. mony. Miss Florence Emily Slmrad, daughDEDICATED. Tho bride wore a "handsome Business traveling gown of blue and ScientificClassical, velour, ter of Mr. and Mrs. August Slmrad, Courses, Preparatory Department, Lore trimmed with fur, with hat to Sunday night St. Brigld's church of Chicago. Mr. O'Shaughnessy Bwlmrolnc Pool, WeU Bqulpped aytaaa-lafarms Ho4rt. Br. James, Dlr match. Mr. and Mrs. Moore left was filled to the doors, the occasion will enter the second officers' trainSaturday evening for 01 trip through being the dedication of the new ing camp at Fort Benjamin Harrithe North. $5,000 pipe organ and the recital son. conducted by Arthur Becker, the TRINITY COUNCIL. organist. The services began with ADOPTING SOLDIERS. INCORPORATED the recitation of the Rosary and Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will concluded with benediction of the Covington Council of the Knights have a specla' election next Monday Blessed. Sacrament, conducted by of Columbus has announced that it Cisan Grocery Stores. evening to fill two vacancies In the Father Jansen, the pastor. About will adopt all Catholic men of CovHe Best For Less.'' official roster of the council, the a year ago Father Jansen announced ington who aro drafted Into the Vico President and the gift of the organ from a donor national army. office of Several members Goods delivered free anywhere that of First Collector. The Trinity who did root want the name made are training at Fort Ben Harrison within six blocks of our stores. Bowling League elected officers for known, and several weeks were re- for the Officers' Reserve Corps. 8 as follows: C. quired for its installation. The retho season E. Mueller, President; Norman L. cital was given high praise, several LEXINGTON. MuTphy, Vice President; John L. difficult numbers being given an Sullivan, Secretary, and Ernest artistic rendition, and the people of formerly in Sister Constance, Luvlsi, Treasurer. The bowling St. Brigld's now feelthey have charge of St. Helena's Collego in league made Its initial bow last year one of the best organs in the dio- Louisville, will be tho new principal and proved a big (favorite with Trin- cese. of St. Catherlne'8 Academy in Lexity members, young and old, and ington, succeeding Sister Imelda, bids fair to have another successful who goes to Louisville to be SuperNORTON BUILDING Beason Judging from thta Interest alAFTER TWENTY YEARS. ior in the Presentation Academy. N.W. Carner Fourth and Jeffersta ready being manifested. The National Congress of tho St. Bisters Justine and Lhzarella, of b.e on the Vincent de Paul Society will meet Nazareth, will also IRISn AMERICAN NIGHT. In Louisville October coming faculty of tho Lexington school this twenty years. The choice year. 4, back after At the meeting of Division of Louisville is largely due to the d A. O. H., Monday evening in FOR LABOR DAY. of John A. Doyle, Hall, It was planned to ar- efforts Particular Council. President of the As each range lor special features on Monday will be observed as Labor the Union has its night at the State Fair State In Council, and each own Par day and the working people of ticular archdioand Secretary W. P. McDonogh was cese its own Metropolitan Coun- Louisville look forward to a great Instructed to correspond with the cil, all which the celebration. Tho big feature will State Fair officials in regard to a SuperiorofCouncil in addition to will be the parade in tho afternoon, In New York speaker, musical programme, etc. which will consist of six divisions, at the The suggestion was made to have have representatives that the con- to be followed by a picnic and good gress, it Is evident disIrish music Introduced in the time for everybody at Phoenix Hill will broad parochial schools and have the cussions to be whose and ofIs vital Park, where Attorney Ben F. in Washer will deliver the Labor day work all County Board offer prizes for tho Interest touch with this great body of charbest classes in Irish singing, the oration. workers. same to be awarded at the annual ity once begin Tho local council will at preparations for the day celebration. reception St. Patrick's PASSES UP PARADE. County President John H. Hennessy, delegates and entertainment of the and visitors. Division President Thomas Lynch, At tho last meeting of the deleDaniel McCarthy, James McTlghe, gates to the Covington Diocesan PERPETUATES CATHEDRAL. Fergus Mooney and T. J. Langan all Union of Holy Name Societies it was expressed themselves as (being heartThe morning Star and Catholics decided that because of war conily in favor of the move. Of the South are exultant over tho ditions the usual parade and public cheering coming demonstration, in honor of the Holy announcement WHEN THEY STOP. MILITARY SERVICE. through the Very Rev. Jules B. Name, would this year be dispensed h Regiment of Jeamnard, Administrator The ef the with by the diocesan societies. It Eleven o'clock on the night of Saturday, September 8, is the time New York attended field mass at New Orleans diocese, thatthrough is the intention, however, to confixed by the food administration Camp Mills, Long Island, last Sun- the generosity of a noble bene- tinue the observance of the day, jwheti all processes in the production, day, there being mass at 7:30 and factor who, in bis great modesty, although tho exact manner in which this is In the United States of distilled 9 and benediction In the evening at desires that his identity shall for- decided to be done has not yet been upon. spirits for beverage purposes must 7:30. Father Francis Duffy, the ever remain unknown, the St. Louis period allowed regiment chaplain, said: "Services Cathedral, this ancient and venstop. The thirty-da- y SHVENTD3TH BIRTHDAY. under approval of the food control will be held In the field, rain or erable edifice, the proudest send The Most Rev. Archbishop Mese-melaw expiree at midaigbt, September shine. You know the Irish like most precious historical monument was seventy of Milwaukee, 9, bat thto date falls on Sunday and their religion with just a touch of within the vast limits of the Misinternal rereswe tows preveat tin hardship, and bo, even if It rains, sissippi Valley, is to be permanently years old Wednesday. Only a quiet after, 11 errlees will be held with the men restored, so that it may stand for observance and numerous congratuoperation of distiller all time a living testimony to the lations marked the event. la their pocao." o'clock Baturday night. 822 Bast Main . 1 The Last Dollar I 1 1 achievements and glories of a past unique and Illustrious In the religious and civic annals of this country. The gift .is all the more notable and praiseworthy in view of the fact that in the beginning of 1918 will be celebrated the two hundredth anniversary of the founding of the city of New Orleans, which will also commemorate the two hundredth anniversary of the founding of the St. Louis Cathedral parish and the establishment of Christianity in the Mississippi Val- ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOS8 101 COMPANY REPAUt Hancock and Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louisville Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phone City 6007 ENGRAVERS MsaXIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS BLSCTROTYPBRS MM W. Mala St., Loularffle, Ky Hon. Phone City 6S74 aoarzno, quxtebiwo, sfoutxbo rin Roofs Repaired and Painted A.8PHALT SOU SHINGLES A SPECIALTY West Broadway, Louisville, Xy. BXEXfc JOS.East Walnut Street 80S john b: O'LEARY & 00. 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Home, 1818-182- 0 sentation Academy, who was called President John M. Riley. to Nazareth because of the serious Vice President Tim O'Leary. Illness of Sister Macrina, proved a Recording Secretary John Mardisappointment to the alUmnae. Sister Bernadlne had been connected tin. John J. Financial Secretary Academy for with Presentation twenty years and is much loved by Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. her former pupils of the alumnae, Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. who had planned to have a "testiSentinel Thomas Noono. monial leave-takinbefore she de DUTCHESS TROUSERS AT Twenty-sevent- 5T. y, - a. 'QUAKER MAID' ''I 1917-10.1- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 12-1- 4, GERMAN, BANK Ber-tran- Irish-Americ- an Fifth and Market Sts. Sixty-nint- r, at parted for her new charge Bethlehem Academy. Through Miss DIVISION 4. the Lee McClusky, President of Meets second and fourth Mondays, alumnae, a loving token of their Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. friendship and appreciation has President Thomas Lynch. been sent to Sister Bernadlne. Vlco Presidents John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. JUVENILE ALMANAC. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. for 1918, Tho Manna Almanac published by the Society of the McDonogh. Treasurer John F. Burke. Divine Savior at St Nazianz, Wis.. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas is certain to prove a valuable) and to Catholic addition desirablo Sentinel M. J. McDermott Juvenile literature. Though there are many almanacs for grown-upthere has been no Catholic English George F. Foley, Rev. Peter E. almanac for young folks until the Hoey and Rev. George Tyson. society last year Issued its first edition, and the cordial reception DIED REALLY TOOR. given the little book prompted the offering of tho present readable and Tho late Most Rev. James HuInteresting edition, which should find a useful placo with teachers and bert Blenk, Archbishop of Now Orin homes and schools. Its price is leans, died practically penniless. His executor has announced that only fifteen cents. had been after funeral expenses paid the estate would amount to GOING TO FRONT. considerably less than ?500. The Rev. Lieut. Edmond J. Griffin, Archbishop had pledged his $5,000 chaplain In the regular army at Insurance policy to dofray the exFort Totten, N. Y., (will leave for penses of a campaign for the restoi France in the near future. It is at ation of the St. Louis Cathedral. Father Griffin's request that the CAN NOT FLY. War Department is sending him to the front. At present, with all the We have wondered and wonthousands of men in Gen. Pershing's expeditionary force now in dered why they crowd and cramp Catholic Franco, there is only one priest, and crib all important Rev. Lieut. John J. Brady, chaplain meetings into August when, as at of tho Fifth Regiment U. S. Marines, the present writing, tho heat is so in its to look after their spiritual needs. condemnably hades-lik- e A letter from Father Brady appealthat one has not the spirit of ing for clerical help appeared only a flea. Meetings in St. Louis (important), in Washington (awfully recently in theso columns. important), and Kansas city (insistently Important), all claiming SEPTE.MBER INTENTION. the presence of the Bishops and The general intention of tho important people without fail. We Sacred Heart League for the month thought we would attend thera all, of September is "The Church in but we haven't an aeroplane yet. Well does the Messenger "A man can't be In two places at Mexico." say: "It itf easily seen that tho in wanst barrin' he's a burd." Cathtention offers us an object wortny olic Advance. Our of our earnest prayers. in Mexico are sufferTIB3 ROSARY IN WAR. ing persecution. They are being outraged in their most intimate conAn Irish officer described in the victions and sentiments. The soli- Daily Chronicle, London, how the darity that should exist among Catholic soldiers at the front try the world to live up to their religion: "NothCatholics throughout urges us to pray for tho deliverance ing is. more noticeable," the officer of our brethren in that republic." says, "than tho way the Catholic soldier holds by his beads. In the change and chance and turmoil of SUMJIIER SCHOOL CLOSES. active service many things get lost, The summer school at Nazareth but tho Rosary beads seem to be Academy for the Sisters of Charity always treasured and every soldier to have them. Over 250 mem- at mass seems closed this week. bers of this order from all parts of Prayer books are often missing, but the United States have been in at- the Rosary as a rule never Is. The tendance. The course of this sum- writer has seen men who were mer term has been unusually satis- killed In the Una. Their little personal belongings aro carefully colfactory. lected by comrades and safely kept to be sent home, but the Rosary APPOINTED CHAPLAINS. when found in the pocket is often, Four priests froaa the New York usually lnded, reverently placed and Brooklyn dioceses were ap- round the dead man's neck before pointed army chaplains laet week. he is wrapped iu his blanket for They are Rev. Joaa J. Byrne, Her. trarlal." Dig-na- n. s, hot-ne- ss fellow-Catholics CUT PRICES $2.00 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 Grades, Grades, Grades, Grades, Grades, S1.4S $1.98 $2.48 $2.98 $3.48 1 It's the trouser event of tho season! Dutchess Trousers for their are recognized dependability in materials and construction they're the strangest on earth. NOW AT CUT PRICES! Your chanco to get known quality and STANDARD VALUE "Vaj ular prices. at far below reg- LEVY'S Third and Market As Ner to You as the Nearest Phone" FUNERAL A A FLOWERS Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.00 me s ik nomca sn tourthMenue Loinrvrj Wo telegraph Flowers muiviiu im Mpd Everywhere V EXTERIOR FINISHED. Tho exterior of the new Romanesque Cathedral for the new diocese of El Paso, Texas, is practically finished. It will probably be dedicated ea .October 28. XC&JSPTXJCtJSrST IKtUSHC AMEIOAl!. NOW IS THE TIME TO 11 I bacon a son We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. Prepare the Children NEW DRES S GOODS Moderate Price Materials Especially) Suitable For School Dresses. Plain Scrgo 2oc Per Yard This Is an excellent material for making children's school dresses; the colors are gray, navy blue, cardinal, brown, and black; tho width Is 32 Inches. Ovcrplnltl Effects 30c Tcr Yaul Is also & splendid fabric This for children's school dresses ankl drosses; It la 3G Inches wldo and shown In all the newest fall shades. "Wool Materials $1.00 Ter Yard tfheso are Imperial and Surah Serges, Shepherd Checks and Large Plaids; they are shown In a collection of colors that makes possible an appropriate selection of your new fall costume; the width is 44 inches. one-ple- oo For School Buy their Shoes! at the BOSTON. Boston School Shoes for the coming term are' actually the last word in Children's Footwear. At ' a moderate price you will find quality service and comfort unequaled. EUROPEAN ROYALTY OP TWENTY YEARS AGO. ex-Cz- ar effects; these materials raako very stylish separate skirts dresses for women and and children; they are 36 Inches one-piece ScotcK Plaids 50c Per Yard Also Shepherd Checks in over-pla- ld wide. MANY IN GROUP NOW ENEMIES. Storm Scrgo $1.75 Per Yard serge, 60 This is an inches wide, and shown in m&vy blue, myrtle green, brown, Burgundy, wistaria, gray and black; a regular ?2.25 quality. all-wo- ol i 5 This photograph was made on tho occasion of a gathering of royalty for celebration of Queen Victoria's birthday more than twenty years ago. 1, Present King of England; 2, Queen of England; 3, tho lato King Edward; 4, the Crown iPrince of Germany; 6, dethroned and a prisoner; 6, the of Russia; 7, tho Kaiser Wilhelm; 8, Queen Victoria, grandmother of tho King- - of England; 9, eldest daughter of Queen Victoiia, tho mother of tho Kaiser. with a diamond in it, for selling tho largest number of tickets. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. The Twin City League closed a successful season Sunday with two games on tho card, the Champs nosing out tho K. of C. team in a 6 to 5 game, featured by tho hitting of O'Laughlin for the K. of C. and Finnegan for the Champs. In (the other game the Hibernians won out over Macktn in a '6 to 2 contest, Mackin's batters being unable to real surprise as tho team played game In tho an ovenly balanced field and were aided ly a few hard Mackin put up a good hitters, article of hall all season and Manager Sheckler deserves great credit for the team's showing. Their only weakness this season was through stage fright at the title game. The Champs finished close up after a Bad start, somo of their veteran players cracking this year, and new blood will be seen in next season's lineup. The Orioles achieved fame by their defeat of the K. of C, but quashed their reputation by sulking The Hibertne last few weeks. nians in finishing within one game of the first division pleased their most ardent admirers, and Manager Murphy says his club will he a pennant contender next year. Big Ben Voor pretty near carried tho Imperials through with his heavy slugging, but did not get help regTho ularly from his Bertrands finished hack in the ruck simply Manager Wolfe because emulated Connie Mack In trying to build up a tPam of youngsters and he now claims they are all set for Trinity came dangernext year ously near breaking its record by winning a game the last couple of weeks, but still holds what many think tho world's amateur championship of going through two seasons and never winning a game. The final standing: Won Pet. Lost no- ByJAII Means Bring Them Here For Shoes: French Scrgo $2.00 Per Yard sorgo in An width and a $2.50 quality; shown in a good range of tho new fall shades; this is a splendid quality dresses and for suits, separate skirts. all-wo- ol 48-ln- jg Bvavsavffe' asssssaK laVassBav iK. 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVENUE. S one-pie- ce I I m 2 J9 ' A sj at sr add OJS:JE $1 a Savings Account with this safe, conservator, Sixty-onyear-olBank, to which you can 00 or more at any time We add absolute safety and 3 per cent No cost to you whatever The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1 00 or the depositor of $10,00. e d DOIIAR.. state Government FIFTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE, SEPTEMBER 10-15, ning of the flag by tho Knights was nit Henry in the pinches. The win- Under the Big Clok GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Supervision Second and Market 1917. BiaflBBmvBHBisfleBseasal BeBHrSssBtaDSBsea AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES SUPREME IN HORSE SHOW HISTORY d Snddlo Horses Championship of America $10,000 Premiums $50,000 Premiums Ten Bg Acts HIPPODROME Band of Forty Greatest Aggregation of Indoor Attractions Ever Offered Beautiful BABY SHOW Parade Midway of Mirth, Music and Moving Masses Great Fraternal Gathering For Friday of Fair Week Address F. T. KREMEK, Secretary, Reduced Railroad Rates. 004 Republic Building, Louisville Fivc-Gnitc- FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLS CITY VULCAN IZING CO. 1101-0- 3 BAST BROAD WAY. FOR DOWNFALL. RESPONSIBLE M. Jonnart, the Fxench Ambas sador to Greece, was responsible directly for the downfall of tho King of Greece because of his pro-Germ- GERMANY'S NEW CHANCELLOR. Dr. George Michaelis succeeding Dr. Von Bethman Hollwegg. BE SURE TO CALL FOR feelings. knights op tate News Members mmm HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notei. Division evening. Is on 3 That Will Interest Here and McKENNA MEIA FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE Has been tho favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices aro the fairest. Try our New,Blend, 2 a lbs i-- team-mate- s. pr WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. lr)P Special Aalo Delivery SCrvic. will meet next Friday ." Lee Young Automobile Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Where the hosM ta brightest; Where the work la lightest; Where the meal Is ooked best; Where the range standi Edward Linskey, of Division 4, the sick list. Both Phone. 1323 212 W. Market St. The application of Sheriff Charles ESTABLISHED 1885. Cronan has been received by Di vision 4. Division 13 of South Hamilton, Mass., at Us last meeting initiated nine new members. Fifty candidates are already pledged for the, big class initiation at Portland, Ore., on September 16 Today tho Hibernians of Denver are celebrating with a big picnic for the benefit of tho Queen of Heaven TJSB. Orphanage. are enAll of tho members thusiastic over tho showing of the ball team's first season In the Twin City League. Complete reports of tho picnic show that the Ladies' Auxiliary INCORPORATED. realized quite a neat sum on the euchre and lotto. NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Mass., Division 6 of Brockton, Bom City 405 Comb. South 415 will pay the dues of any ' of its memhers entering any branch of the service during the war. County Financial Secretary urges membera to make returns for their picnic tickets so a BOTH PHONES 2399 complete' report can be made. Hibernians everywhere will he glad to learn that Prof. M. G. Roservice. We are as Give us a trial for first-clahan will resume his duties when close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and Marquette College opens Its school night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliabte year. chauffeurs iur specialty. Oive us a call. Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National President of the Ladles Auxiliary, Will make an official visit to a number of .Massachusetts divisions next JOHN M. MULLOY ...GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP , Mackin Champions I K.ofC 17- - '. Orioles., Hibernians Imperials 13 13 10 High in Heat. FAVORITES FOR HOME oenxanus... Trinity ..... .. o q 8 4 2 6 6 8 10 10 14 18 .895 .684 .684 555 445 .222 .000 K. of C. 474 Committees At the recent initiation at Leavenworth the class included a goodly proportion of soldiers. Six of the eight officers of tho council at Portland, Ore., have entered the military service. Eighteen teams engaged in the work of raising ?25,000 for the camp fund In Minneajolis, securing nearly ?8,000 the first two days. Last Sunday the Knights and Elks of Topeka played a baseball game for tho benefit of tho army recreation fund being raised by tho i H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYIOR & WmUAMS INCOriFOItATKD. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATES 00. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" B38 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH TORE RYH LoalsrUle, Ky 4 Low in Ash. CHERISH IIEU MEMORY.. The Little Rock Guardian, noting tho transfer of Sister Martina from tribute that will Interest our readers: "Sister Martina, for tho past ten Fears in charge of St. Vincent's Infirmary in this city, has foeen transferred to the, Sts. Mary and Ellza-oet- h Hospital in Louisville, Ky., her term of office having expired here. Sister Mai Una's removal has caused the deepest regret to everyone who has, come in contact with her. she being a prime favorite with doctors and ipatients, as well as being highly esteemed in the business syorldr where she was regarded and estemed not alone for her strong personality, but for her unusual ousiness qualifications. St. Vincent's nas grown from a small institution to one of la'rge dimensions during her administration and her wise judgment and skillful handling has permitted her to make many Improvements to further the comforts conof the patients, and the veniences of the physiclans and In fact St. Vincent's will be a lasting monument to her persistent efforts. The Mary and Ellzaheth Hospital in Kentucky is one of the largest institutions in the Southwest and the appointment of Sister Martina to this wonderful institution bespeaks the confidence that her community has placed in her. Her many friends wish her every success in her new field, and trust that her administration may reDo marked by most wonderful sults. Her memory will bo cherished uere by those who know her and who were .the recipient of many good deeds and kind acts from her generous heart, and whilst her cheerful countenance will be missed from tho spacious halls of St. Vincents, much sincere pleasure and comfort will be dorived "from the fact that they have known and appreciated this good SlBter of Charity." , sur-eeon- S6ANL0N 60flL 60MPflNy Autos and Taxis For Hire ss Mc-Tig- he week. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In '(mBSSmiSSS Where work Is quickly done; Where cooking seeau real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drHdge is oat et sight That's the where "Quick Meal" eossec the test the That's where "Quick Heal" eomes (Qalek Meal Gaa Raga la. ' Sola, Installed and Highly IteeoamMdtl U ) GEHER & SON, MiHHltl ft m 215 W. MARKET ST. T. H. MERIMK. WfT ., VIh Pm. 4 TriK. P. IANHWI, Stwrtuj1. X iiR BANNON PIPE ; GO. i I Sewer aa4 Calvert Pise, Fl I Liaiaav Fire Brick FkePreelai, Crate aM Belter Tile, Cmm Fire Clay, CaJataey TejM. Pipe fer Steam Ceadalts, kiHi'i Fataat LUUU4 CeptaiiDrala Tile, Wall TMrifi IrkX, OFFICS 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOMC PHONBS OITY I tl WORK 11111 CUMB. MAIN 507. Brack, mmd Mi(H Ave., Bet. 9tk a4 itk. lath Mi 1111 11 I II 1 1 II It I II M 1 1 M 1 1 1 M I H I hj 1 1 57S-17SS. )l ll month. At a J""ctlng of Division 71 at Roxbury, Mass., it 7fas voted to as'k Congressmen Gallivan, Tague and li'InKnam to support the Blue Cross 'and alien bills now before Congress. Division 1 of Portland, 'Ore., has elected E. H. Deery, who is one of the leading men of the State, as its President. Hibernians of Portland aro keeping pace with tho trend of the times. The New York County Board has called upon National President McLaughlin to take the Initiative in calling for an Irish race convention to deal with matters vitally affecting tho Irish race at home and abroad. With the drill team carrying American and Irish flags, tho dedication of the statue of St. Brigid by Ladles' Auxiliary 6 of San Francisco presented a very pretty sight. Rev. P. O'Ryan, the chaplain, performed the ceremony. Following the September initiation the Hibernians of Portland, Ore., will have' a banquet in the form of a godspeed to the State Chaplain, Rev. Father Hugh Gallagher, who will depart for the Catholic University to take up an advanced course In Gaelic at that institution. Following the blessing of the statue of St. Bricld fop the Ladies' Auxiliary t San Francisco Urs. Neaion. was preecnted with a beautiful ring, set la a harp, with diamond, for bringing in the most members daring the year, and Mrs. ICeNeal rseetrtd a pin of the order. There are a good many miembers now awaiting the degrees and County President Hennessy suggests an initiation tho latter part of next s. are arranging details for the celebration of Columbus day at Newport. They plan an outdoor programme, to take place on Court House Saunrc. For the fourth time New Orleans Council has honored tho Hon. John X. Wegmann for Grand Knight voice. without a single opposing The election takes place next Wednesday night. Oftlcers and members of tho council at Portland, Ore., wero hosts at a patriotic dinner given Saturday evening In honor of five of their members who received commissions at the Presidio. An attractive seryico flag of red with white center, flying in front of the council rooms at Norwich, N. Y and decorated with sixteen stars, signifies that sixteen members have enlisted for Uncle Sam. Gov. Burnqulst, Archbishop Ireland, Mayor Irvln, of St. Paul; Gen. W. H. Sage and Grand Knight Minneapolis, Mathias Baldwin, o were the speakers at the dedication club of the Knights of Columbus tiouso for soldiers at Fort Snelllng. Thursday evening tho Catholic boys who aro to leave for tho national army training camps and other departments wero guests of Indianapolis Council at a party at Academy. h tho In the council alone thero are more than fifty called into tho army service, while from the city there aro several hundred. Berry-Mars- KY. g , DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT ! I I Jl i CALL NO. 467 Lv BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER Prompt "Delivery Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. STHiL FIGHTING CHANCE. TAKES WAU 11R1DK. marriage of Miss Etta The Gasser, of OWenshoro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gasser, and Capt. W. A. Clark, Jr., also of Owensboro, took place Monday at the Cathedral rectory, Rev. Francis O'Connor performing the ceremony. Capt. Clark is the son of Mr, anU Mrs. Wr A. Clark, Sr., and received his commission at Fort Ben Harrison, from whhra he was ordered to Camp Taster. Both are prominent in Owensboro society circles. They are at present guests of Mrs. Clark's cousin, Miss Rosalie Pargny, 14S7 South flecoad street. Tho Louisville ball club will close their series with Toledo today, then going to Columbus and Indianapolis Cor three games each, and the latter threo games will go a long ways toward settling the winning of the pennant flag. While there's life there's hope Is still tho motto of Manager Clymer and many of the loyal fans, and if tho Colonels repeat the dose handed Indianapolis the first part of August, when they beat them threo straight, there is still a chance for the pennant flag. Anyway if wo are beaten it must be remembered that it is through no fault of the :lub owner, Mr. W'a'then, who did everything but play a position In his efforts to win For his efforts another pennant. the fans should be grateful and ehowthelr appreciation by turning out jft large numbers the balance of tlg, season, which as everyone tealizt-will not bring great financial returns. IIL'ARTILY APPROVED. The activities of the Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., regarding the erection of a suitable memorial for the Nubb of th Battlefield ia Arlington cmetery were reviewed and ivea th hartr apprbval of the CathOttc FeltrtiOR convention. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Cats f FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the treat demand we are bow BOTTLING COMMON, and if ysu have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West If I - Heme Phone If JJ WIEDEMANN WCOKFORATSB gM at all leading bars and eafea. Raaewaed for purify, atrmgtb, QRUBER it DBUCBR, MMcr, UwlsviUc.'Kr. BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. I'liSAi? i .:-'- J. f' .&, &L'