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Irish Nothing was done until tho sixteen "This war was1 at first a very noblo crusado the freedom of a. small nationality, for tho defense We of France, unjustly attacked. did hot come out 'to fight for trade or conquest or'imperIallsm. Yet slnco the war commenced authorities havo changed the" objective In some respects dlrectly;,ecposed to tho in terests of those twho first volunT teered. Extension of trade, for example, Is directly opposed to the Interests of theworkers until his sharo of the profits of the trade which they makjSVby their Industry Is adjusted. Any; expansion of commerce by any cfentry Is only a means by which the capitalist hopes to postpone the tey of reckoning balancing the acctoint between men and labor. Theilefore you will see tho tho volunteers ef vast majority of whom are Socialists now or Trado Unionists, are going to put their end lln to prevent capitalist '.Imperialism.' "Tho lines Indicated by the Russian republic and in ol less distinct by President Wilson are form those which tho Labor1 party in England are lomandlng. As these are so closely In touch with the soul of Ireland here should be no difficulty. must bo with Tho were executed. Jj w imn nvLi TU11I win AMERICAN USH"miPvk3H Dow Wire W SCREENS Mi.tr & Iron Works Will Protect Ton VOLUME XXXIX. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1917. PRICE FIVE GENTS. TIMELY "Were Action fr K. Of C Camps. and Resolutions of Vercin. Convention of Central ,&Ji, Will Erect More Than Fifty , Buildings In Soldiers' IMonecr Catholic Society Takes Up Problems of "Widest" Interest. For Spiritual and Physical fare of Our Catholic Soldiers. LABOR INTEREST LOOKED AFTER At Request of tho Initcd States Government "Work to Be Tripled. Only Sixteen Buildings Were Well 1914-191- 5, Provided For in Original $ .71laJiaJMMWJMgBrJh Bag 2M It V - Jt t5 f Plans. INFORMATION THAT INTERESTS B. J. Sandmann. Trustees E. J. O'Brien, Sr., Charles W. Decker, Thomas Bohan. There will foe arduous work for tho incoming officers, whose duty It will be to look after the interests of the Catholic soldiers at the local cantonment. Grand Knight Cassllly and the Rev. Father chaplain of the council, are making an effort to have mass said there tomorrow. Grand Knight 111. Cllnes did not seek the office, 'but The chief interest and activity of will do everything in his. power to the convention centered around the continue the good work of Louisproblem of caring for the spiritual ville Council. and physical welfare of the Catholic soldiers. Definite action was taken OPENING AT ST. XA VIEWS; to insure a very active and efficient programme of work along these St. Xavier's College opened Tueslines and in conjunction with the day with am enrollment of 335, an work already proposed at the Sol- Increase of twenty-tw- o over the dier Welfare Conference recently number registered on the first day of last year. A large number of held In Washington, D, C. A not inconsiderable part of the the older boya and many from the attention of the convention was also senior class have been engaged In devoted to the question of the sup- various lines of work during the port of the Catholic missions, so summer, and thoy will return tho week is out, making the hard hit toy the effects of tho war. Rev. P. Hllllg, S. J., of Toklo, and enrollment the largest for the openRev. P. Jannsen, of Techny, 111., ing week since the establishment of gave most Interesting talks on the tho collego in 1864. Considering question of missions and their sup- tho other schools started with a decrease instead of an increase on acport. Nor were the laboring men and women forgotten. A special count of the war and other reasons, g for workmen was this speaks highly of the reputation held, in which the specific problems of St. Xavier's. Tho new Director, of their class were dealt with in Brother Benjamin, has improved two addresses, one by Rev. F. many things around tho collego, and Marke, O. P. M., and the other by In about ten days will begin the1 Rev. William 'Engelen, S. J. The erection of new sanitary toilets, the that question of male toachors in qui; most modern and On account of schools was also discussed Ik & can be procured. men series of meetings held in conjtnw-ilo- n the contractor having all his preswith the convention by the at the cantonment up to the Southwestern section of the German ent time this could not bo started Catholic Teachers' League. Arch- until now. bishop Messmer in particular took PASSIONIST CHAPTER. a warm Interest in this question and lent his support to a furtherThe Chapter of Passlonist Fathers ance of the movement. Simultaneously with the Central of the Western province held its opening session Wednesday at Yerein convention proper the Cath- Sacred Heart Retreat on the theg olic Woman's League held its conThose vention, in which the various ques- chapterroad. the Veryattending the Rev. Father tions of special interest to women Clement, are N, Y., of were discussed and for which a President: Rector, Rev,Dunkirk, Alfred, programme of action was Provincial; Very Rev, Father First definite Very Jerome, outlined. Also the Junior section Conteultorr'VerV Rev. Father Xavler. Gonzaga Second Consultor; Very Rev. of the Central Vereln, the in con- Eugene, Rector in Cincinnati;Father Union, held Its sessions Very nection with the convention and Rev. Father Cletus, Rector In Louis dealt with tho same problems from ville; Very Rev. Father John, Rector tho view point of tho younger gen- in St. Loujs; Very Rev. Father eration. Bonaventure, Rector in St, Paul, Tho officials of the Central Vereln Kan.; Very Rev, Father Henry, Rec were a fitting tribute to tor In Chicago. Preliminary and the efficiency and prudence which legislative meetings are being held has guided them in their direction prior to the election of the new of the Verela's work during the dif- officials. The chapter will be In , ficult times of war. session until the latter part of next The convention wm supplement- week. ed by a well attended. study course, INCREASED. CHAPLAINS at .which a well mapped out of intensive lectures and study was held. Rev. William The War Department indicated to Engelen, S. J., Rev. Dr. C. Brush! the Federal Council of Church of and Herman. Danforth, of the Fed- Christ of the United States and the eral Land Bank, St. Louis, spoke Rev, Louis J. O'Hern, C. S. P., en the problems of solldarlc so- representing the Catholic churches ciety, soltdarlem and the State, of America, that a recommendation endeavor would soon.be sent to Congress to and and rural credits. provide for an appropriation coversad The entire proceedings of the con- ing the salary of a chaplain to vention were a very tangible proof every 1,000 American soldier. The of the vitality and energy of the law sow assigns one ehspleU to d spsry regiment, but ths reerganlaa-Mjlb- ft Central Yersln, which has 6f the army under the French Christian social action and system has more than doubled the prteeiples for so maar years. C. B. of C. V. sise of the regiments. O'Ma-honey, bo-fo- re maBs-meetlnup-to-d- The war with all its difficulties and problems in no way dampened the ardor of any of the many delegates to tho annual convention of the Central Vereln held in St. Louis, in splto of the absence of any of the usual festive events, which were restricted as befits a time so serious. Opening with a solemn reception the Papal Delegate, wh had come to St. Louis especlallvlo attend the convention, eachand every session of the three days was crowded with meetings forall of the delegates, mass meetings, committee meetings and conferences in which serious and timely work was done. A feature or the opening day. on Sunday was the dedication of new $250,000 orphanage erected by the St. Vincent German Catholic Orphan Society, one of the oldest German organizations in the city. Besides a splendid musical programme there were addresses by His Excellency the Papal Delegate and by Archbishop J. J. Glennon, of St. Louis. Bishop J. M. Koudelka, of Superior, Wls., delivered a beautiful and stirring dedicatory address In which he paid a high tribute to the charitable and social activities of the German Catholics. A feature of the Monday morning session was the address made o by His Excellency Archbishop to the assembled delegates, in which he emphasized the fact that his very presence was a testimonial to the loyalty and genuine patriotism of the members of tho Central Vereln. Were he not, he said among other things, thoroughly convinced .that their patriotism was above suspicion and of the most genuine kind he would not be in their midst. Similar words, encouraging the members in their work of soldier welfare activities, were spoken by Archbishop Glennon and by Bishop Busch, of St. Cloud, Minn. Other dignitaries who attended at various meetings and took an active rind sympathetic interest in the work of tho convention were Archbishop Messmer, of Milwaukee, and Bishop Althoff, of Belleville, Bon-zan- W l'fi nni Irlfih-Amorlcaj- ig IllffiV r CARDINAL'S A l STATEMENT. mftdoXDy MMMHMM IH F'mmimmtarimtnmewrrmmt IBHMMJM)iUMtHMiUMMaaMMW HP'MiiSB kL4ELJi; v igL ii eleven-year-ol- I IWI SHE'S DOING A MAN'S WORK. his young Scotchwoman is driv ing an ambulance .between the front and the base of the hospital in Salonika. With her man's hair and man's sweater and thick stock ings she is far from resembling the Red Cross "angel" of the posters, but hundreds of wounded soldiers have called her one Just the same. KNIGIlTS OP COLUMBUS. Wednesday night Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus held their annual election of officers, and ent DENOUNCED Persecution of Irishmen TVero "Who -- wau fested when Grand Knight John Cassllly, who has made a splendid record, announced that it, would be Impossible for him to serve another term, for which he would have no opposition. Under his administration the council has made marked progress and is stronger numer ically and financially than ever be fore. Tho election was spirited and good natured and resulted as follows: Cllnes. lnau: Fighting For lieal Liberty. Sir Francis Fletcher Vane, British' Officer, Lauds Sinn Fciners. Says Irish Leaders in Parlia- Grand Knight Thomas D. B. McBride. Deputy George Naber. Financial Secretary Henry fliooney. Outside Kelly. Advocate Recorder Ed F. Etherldge. Treasurer Raymond Schuman. Chancellor Joe B. O'Brien. Warden Raymond Barrett. Insldo Guard Thomas T, Guard William ment "Were Dumh During Crisis. REMOVED FROM HIS COMMAND New-bur- ne remarkable letter from Sir Francis Fletcher-Van- e, of Hutton, has been received in this country. Sir Francis is a Colonel in. the British army and. second In command during the Dublin rebellion last summer. Because of his revulsion at what he saw committed there in the name of tho British army ho left Dublin and went to London to intercede for the rebels. and For this ha was removed from command. In tho letter Sir Francis openly espouses conthe cause of tho Sinn-Feidemns Irish leaders in Parliament for ftvilura to save rebels, and deplores that the world war has now degenerated into one of imperialism and trade conquest. Sir Francis entered the British army in 1878; served throughout the Boer war with honor, and at the outbreak of tho hostilities with Germany rejoined tho British army as a Major of tho Royal Munster Fusiliers. Ho writes in part, referring at the outset to events in Dublin Incident to quelling the .rebellion: "I hated and despised the policy t had to carry out. H had to fight men who suffered from a grievance and who fought In a chivalrous manner. That they were my countrymen and that their grievance was also mine, made it harder. The revolt against them we call Sinn Fein, Is nothing more than the Jibing of a people who believe they are being And they are led into servitude. right. They were .being led .Into a servitude to Ideals foreign to all their traditions. Their leaders had been captured by promises of advantages of constitutional agitation plUB $2,000 a year. "Tho little blase of tho Easter Rising knocked them all silly. As I know, God help mo, Redmond and more his kind feared the rebels than they feared dominance of EngWhen I lish ideals In Ireland. came to Redmond on the 2d May, 1916 before any of tho rebel leadand told ers had been executed him innocent Irishmen like Skefflng-to- n were being slaughtered by English officers, and said to him: 'You have1 now the opportunity of using this knowledge as a. lever to prevent unnecessary . executions of rebels' he was cold. At any rate he did nothing to prevent tho most foolish policy, namely, slow executions of 'leaders' in tho revolt. The Irish leaders in Parliament were thinking no dumb dn this crisis, doubt how the revolt might affect so, netweeni xne yielr influence, 3d of May aid the 12th, Pearce, McDonnagb, Plunkett, .Connolly and the rest were done to death. Had the Irish leaders In Parliament moved the adjournment - of the House, and played havoc- with the whole dirty place, Uiey would have prevented the killing of at least a. hlf of the rebels, "T.At me nut the matter cVearly A court-martialln; eham-nitne- ing reported the murders of three Innocent men' to tne war twnee, proceeded to th House of Common; There, In the presence of Mr. John RimiA. I told the story to the Irish The leader, Mr. John Redmond. day nef6re, in Dublin, 1 had hssArd were that the military authorities & uiey coum going to woot every before you. On th 2d May, I, hav- dlnkvGTbbdnTtorTne" HE'S SEEN A LOT OF ACTION DESPITE HIS YOUTH. Is as follows A Yankee Infantry Sergeant is seen greeting d "I read with great aatisto ctlon in Charles the cablegram of the IJnlte Press Meux, who has seen two years' service on the French front and has amplification of tm&wPope '6 been twice wounded. The lad Is at present a Datlent In the hosnltat the peace proposals published wltir-tf- c at St. Cloud. approvaLOf the Cardinal Secretary of StateT and though they aro given nr- Thp Plllh will an- tothe public only now, still I have ting at Klondyke Camp on Sun reason to believe that they formed August 16, the proceeds of the Pontifical an integral part;-owhich will bo donated to the Demomind from the very beginning. N6 cratic campaign fund and by this plan of society emanating from the means tho campaign fund will be Holy Bee can be considered complete that does not recognize every Defeats Haly.Bcckham Machine a npmnprntln nnAinntilVmtn! hi. big and little Democrats, all on the claim of justice as far as the ripesame footing, the same amount For Control of Election ness of the times' permits. from each. "Though it must be evident to Boards. With the opening of the camevery thinking man that no peace paign near It has been suggested can .be possible after a war as great that In selecting the campaign comone and terrible as tho present mittee it would be a splendid idea without a spirit of conciliation and Forward League Leader Attacks to enroll Joe Nevln, Squire of mutual willingness to make conSenator Sam Robertson, cessions and condonations, still I tho Position of Cardinal Senator McNutt, Hunter Burke, think It must be held that that Squire Hollls, Squire Gibbons. Wheeler, rule applies only to matters of de Harry Leachman, Fred Heffernan, tail and of secondary Importance, Councilman Tom Dolan, Councilman nor do I believe that anybody will M. J. McDermott, Dr. Mechllng, Ed be disposed to consider tne rights Early, Belgium as a question of that Federation of Democratic Clubs fights' who made game and clean of in the primary, and others as not rather as one of the kind and Move For Active Fall members of a local Democratic first Importance, entering into the Campaign Committee, this step n .Campaign. very heart and essence of the whole a move to insure harmony and conflict wherein in order to satisfy put the party In good fighting the conscience of humanity every Bhape for the November election. claim of justice must bo fully met Politicians say that the Republii, FINANCES can campaign Is just now at a low "Further, the clear statement of ebb, due to the fact that no guarthe Cardinal Secretary of State that antee has been received from Nathe form of government Is to' be tional Committeeman Hert that he left to the free choice of every peo Despite tho claims of the will furnish the campaign barrel. ple, marks the very cornerstone of followers throughout the The setback he received by the civil liberty, and it is my impression that that strong confirmation State, Gov. Stanley carried his State Central Committee last week of the Holy See of tho old American point In tho selection of State Elec- In refusing to follow tho dry Reprinciple will give a new impulse tion Commlsloners and tho appoint- publicans may influence him to refuse to to civil liberty, tho whole wide ment of A. T. Slier as Republican Chilton-Searc- y act as an angel for the machine when he world over." member means that this year there will not be a working combination has no guarantee of absolute conSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. prohibi- trol in the event of success. between the Thursday the local Republican tion Democrats and the Hert-Petwere prohibition Republicans. It did not machine began a canvass .of the The following candidates successful In the examination held take the liberal element in the Re- negro precincts throughout tho city, April 14 for tho vacancies In the publican party very long to see that and, as one of the leaders reknights of Columbus scholarships the party machinery was being used marked, this big asset of the local at the Catholic University of Amer as a catsnaw to further the efforts G. O.as P. will bo out In force this there is not much danger of ica: Paul Hanly Furfey, Patrick of the Democratic Forward fall, Wilfrid Thlbeau, Othmar Solnltsky, Leaguers, and at the meeting of the the negroes falling over themselves enlisting to fight for Uncle 6am. James Joseph Gallagher, John Pros- Republican Stato Central Commit- On the contrary they have shown a per Eckert, Edward Rayson Roche, tee held here last week Charles lately to the people Raymond E. Rlelag, Gerald James Flnley, of Williamsburg, told tho dispositionupholding fight country our in Murphy, John Flavin Cox, Charles members that there was nothing in who are A. Hart, James Vincent Walsh, playing in the hands of the Beck- these strenuous times. James Ambrose Losty, Peter H. ham crowd and that doing so CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES. Ruvolo, Fulton J. Sheen, Daniel would prove disastrous to the ReCharles Regan, Robert P. Mllde, publican party as a State power. Tho second game of the amateur Jr., Leo Vincent Jacks, John Rich On the other hand Gov. Stanley ard Dolan, George William Schu- - has shown a disposition not to in- championship series between Louismucker, John Sylvester Harrington, terfere with the selections of the ville and Cincinnati will be played rrea uoeDei iiaDom, uoDeri ugn Republican member of the board, at. Eclipse Park tomorrow mornAccording to States the which is a direct contrast to the ing, and if necessary the second Mahoney. policy. Jackson, the game will follow tho first. A candidates are divided as follows: In the morning is to be Connecticut, 4; Illinois, 3; New dry Republican, and Keenon, the District of Columbia, dry Democrat, last' year blocked R. played on account of the York, 3; double-headin the Iowa. Indiana. Kentucky. Massa C. Oldham, the' Democratic member, chusetts', Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsyl- from selecting Democrats not wear- afternoon. Heinle Peltz, who Is well known hero, Is tho- coach of vania, Texas, Vermont, Canada, ing the collar. and will the Nova Scotia, one each. One of the prominent and widely come Christ dhurch team next Sunhere with the team advertised leaders of the Demo- day. All the Cincinnati sport scribes cratic Forward Leaguo has now cen- speak very .highly of the Knights PACIFIC GRAND COUNCIL. tered his attack on Cardinal Gib- and Capt. Relchert, who accomGrand Council bons and Is busy circulating a little panied the team, was congratulated The thirty-thir- d of the Young Men's Institute, Pa- prohibition pamphlet which attacks on all sides on account of the cific jurisdiction, was opened in San Cardinal Gibbons for opposing pro- sportsmanlike behavior of tho Louls.-vlll- e Francisco with a solemn high mass hibition. The Cardinal ha.s been players. A crowd of about at St. Mary's Cathedral. The splen- widely quoted in his different Inter- 8,000 people witnessed the game, contending and it is hoped that Louisville fans did edifice of divine worship was views on prohibition, taxed to its capacity with the dele that prohibition does not prohibit will be on hand tomorrow morning regard the gates to the convention and their and that he would game great Tho every passage of a Federal prohibition In startnumbers. and first second from Delegates friends. will, at 8:45 the were law as a national catastrophe, little will follow Immediately. council in the Jurisdiction Following present, and a large attendance or short of a crime against the spir- Is tho line-ug of the Past Grand officers was noted, The itual and physical Christ Church Ilhardt, r. f.; reports of the Grand President, American peopje. The fact that the Rehlaibge, c.i Knowles, 1. f.; HuffGrand Vice President and Board of Cardinal is a national figure, loved man, c. f.; Hoey, 2b.; Herdner, lb.; Grand Directors showed the wonder- and honored by Jew and Gentile, Burns 3b.; Clark, s. s.; Darnell, p. ful work accomplished 'by the Y. M. and that his views on any subject K. of C. O'Loughlln or Bosler, f. and its large increase in mem- are compound logic does not deter r. f.; Keneally, 3b.; Clifford, l..f.; past year. The our leading Forward Leaguer and Bossmeyer, s. s.; Hammond, lb.; bership during the Very Rov. W. J. Cantwell, V. G., press agent's delight from circulat- Curley or 'O'Brien, 2b.; Hamilton, visited the Grand Council, and In ing his slurring little pamphlet at- c. f.; Franz, or LoBree, c; ClresI, behalf of His Grace Archbishop tacking the venerable churchman, Bohannon, Ballard or Weber, p. Hanna thanked the society for its the following being one of its The Knights want to win two bright (?) flippant gems: games decisively tomorrow In reglorious work during the past our years, and urged it to per"THE CARDINAL MAY HAVE turn for tho raw deal handed by severe in its noble work for God BEEN TOO BUSY WITH CHURCH Umpire RIchter, a partisan of tho and country. A resolution was AFFAIRS TQ READ ANY PROHI- worst type, In Cincinnati last Sunadopted remitting the dues of mem- BITION PAPER. LIKE THE AV- day, whoso unjust decision robbed PRIEST, HE IS NOT the local boys of the game In tho bers who are serving our country In ERAGE the army and navy. Three hundred ABREAST OF THE TIMES ON ninth inning. This is substantiated dollars was appropriated to procure THIS GREAT AND DIFFICULT by Jack Ryder, of the Enquirer, a suitable memorial in memory of QUESTION." while the 'Cincinnati Commercial-Tribun- e minces no words In saying It is rumored that this prominent the late Grand Chaplain, the Rev. Archbishop Hanna Forward Leaguer will bo a candi- that RIchter's deliberately stole the M. D. Slattery. was elected Honorary Grand Chap-tai- date for United States Senator and game, and was .hissed by the specIt Is supposed that his attack on. tators. Manager Cllnes, of the Cardinal Gibbons and the clergy for ivnlghts, was told by many promEDD7U5D BY SAILORS. "not being abreast o the times" inent specators that RIchter's repuwill be contained In his platform. tation as an unplre was not of tho Edifying was the sight presented Local Democrats made the first best. campaign recently by fifty sailors of the move in local the United States navy in the Philadel- Wednesday evening by organizing CEDAR GROVE OPENS. phia Cathedral, where they received a local Federation of Democrat holy communion in a body at the Clufes in Squire Frank Dacher's On Tuesday Mount 3t, Benedict's 9:15 o'clock maea. The half hun- club rooms and elected one of our Academy, this eity, widely known dred, who assisted devoutly "at the hustling Sast End Democrats as M Cedr Grove, opened Ms doors for holy sacrifice,' waited until the oth- leader, Joe Hades, Sr., of the Its seventy-sixtyear of labor ' for ers in the eoBiregatlos had been Rhelby Democratic Club, other of the good of our girls. The ftrst nourished by the Bread of Ltfe ficers selected were Lee Wmoai, toy's enrollment, both' boarders aad they approached the altar rail. Secretary, and Jake, Graft, Tree- - day pttplls, wa very satisfactory. f srgHfi(Lnement The United States Government requested it. That is why, tho Knights of Columbus, with the assistance of the other Catholics of America, havo decided to more than pie the work they had planned vide recreation for tho Ameri-fcny. STANLEYE Muen-nlngho- ff, be-I- and-satlsfl- ed. - -- WORRY-REPUBLIC- ANS Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m ty Haly-Beckha- m double-- header Loulsvillo-Mlnneapol- ls er - Haly-Beckha- m p: well-bein- thirty-f- n. h' to-fo- re in l. Reddln, a member' of the Suprbmo Board' of Directors of the K. At C, just back in Denver after intending a session of the bqara and the Supremo convention. rsday told a Denvor Catholic Register reporter that, instead of one building in each- of the sixteen cantonments of tho conscripted army, It is now planned to put up three structures In each of these cantonments, at least one each In fourteen of tho National Guard mobilization centers, and others In evory other overflow camp or small cantonment the Govprnment establishes. The United States Government, realizing the splendid results that came from the K. of C. recreation centers on the Mexican border, pointed out to the Supreme Board of Directors of the K. of C. that the Catholic work should be extended. And tho advice did not fall on deaf ears. Mr, Reddln said Thursday that in each of the national army (conscript) cantonments there will be one central 'building costing $6,000 and being 120x60 feet, having a seating capacity of 1,100, while there will bo two $4,000 buildings In other parts of the camps. The cantonmonts will be so large that it will be a mile and a half from any border to the central 'bulldingr hence the necessity for more than one structure. Each building will contain astage, back of which will bo an altar, which' can be concealed when services are not .being held. In each cantonment the K. of C. fund will maintain a chaplain. There 'will be other chaplains, paid by the Government, In each camp. In each National Guard cantonment there will be at least one recreation center, and more will be put up if they are needed. In two of the canton Guard sixteen National ments, located in- Southern States, there may be so few Catholics that no recreation centers will bo erect-- , ed. But If an Investigation shows that they aro needed they will bo Immediately put up. Just as many buildings as aro needed In each cantonment will be erected, no matter whether it Is a permanent camp or ono that will last for only a few months. In each National Guard cantonment there will bo two Catholic chaplains paid by the K. of C. fund. It is necessary to maintain at least two here, because ' some States do not have a single priest chaplain. This is an indication of how well some American Commonwealths protect Catholic rights. Two secretaries will be employed for every building maintained by the K. of C. These men will be thoroughly Investigated, to mako sure that they aro capable, and they of will be put through a course training, like the Y. M. C. A. does with Its secretaries. It will take $200 a month to maintain each recreation center, outside the salaries. The men who occupy the big Jobs in the movement , are voir unteer workers, arid it has been figured out that, with the sum asked by the K. of C, as much work can be accomplished by the Knights as the Y. M. C. A. Is getting for several times the amount. The Government has helped out the K. of C. and Y. M. C. A. by having used its influence to get Government prices for tho materials and contracting In the recreation centers. This is saving thousands of dollars. It" is Voposed to send 200 priests to the figi.ting zone as chaplains, at the expensferCof the K. of C. These military men will get us; official status, not yet delwnlned, but will pay. not draw any Government, They will probably be classed as interpreters. They will have the privilege of wearing a uniform and will be altogether; distinct from the army chaplains. It Is proposed also to maintain an intelligence bureau, through which any Catholic family in the United States may be able to trace Us boys. This bureau will specialize on telling the truth. Due to the Increase in the work planned, it Is necessary to raise more money. The Board of Direct? ors and 'the Supreme convention have set two million dollars additional as this sum. The money will not be raised for1 some months yet, and the plan of getting It is yetJ(b be mapped out. The convention fast week ratified the assessment of $3 per member made recently on each Knight, and authorized another, assessment at the discretion of the Archbishop Glennon, directorate. of St. Louis, and other leaders expressed themselves in teleframs m. being favontble to tne increase in the war fund, and promised . at-leaoo-o- p- ' Lrsrfuv LA i.. if Ji 1.. '... '., jKB:rc:a?xzo:K:Y KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN. PUBLISHED " xjstxsn ajmcesrioais:. HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVCNUt KVBRY SATURDAY. Miss Evelyn Flaherty, of this city, and Miss Katherlne Burke, of JefThe maid, who binds her warrior's fersonville, have returned from a visit to Misses Elenoro and Ethel With smllo that well her pain dls- - Tlnp3 In Indianapolis. BRAVE AT HOME. Among the recent Louisville so The while beneath hor drooping lash one starry teararop nangs (IU(V- journers at Crab Orchard Springs were Paul C. Earth, George D. Sullitrembles, Though heaven alone records 1 10 van, I. H. Mulloy, Miss R. O'Connor and W. J, O'Connor. And fame shall never know her Masters Norton, Charles and Emstor"t Hor heart has shed a drop as dear met Ryan, after spending the sumof mer vacation with their aunt, Mrs. As e'er bedewed the field glory! D. B. Coleman, have returned to their home in Covington. The wife, who girds her husband's sword Mr. and Mrsl V. K. Ecker re'Mid Httlo ones, who weep or won- turned Monday from Indianapolis, der, whero they had spent a couple of And bravely speaks 'the cheering days following the Y. M. I. conven word. tnn at Richmond last week. What though her heart be iront asunder. Mr. and Mrs. William Krull Doomed "nightly in her dreams to the engagement of their hear aughter, Miss Loretta Krull, to - of death around him Bernard F, Hdelsmann. The wed Tho bolts rattle, ding will take iplace this month. Hath shed a3 sacred blood as e'er upon tho Held Was poured Misses Theresa Ratterman and battle! Lillian Dean have gone to Atlantic City for a three weeks' stay. BeThe mother, who conceals her grief fore returning homo they will visit son she New While to her breast her York and will bo at tho presses, Hotel. Then breathes ia few brave words and brief, of Mr. and Mrs. Kissing the patriot's brow she West Broadway, W. M. Linton, by . accompanied blesses, Misses Anna and' Mayme Linton, With no one but her secret God to To know the pain that weighs of Greenwood avenue, motored be Grayson Springs Thursday to upon hor, gono about ten days. Sheds holy blood as e'er the sod Received on freedom's field of John J. Crotty was one of the honor! Kentucky people on a business trip Thomas Buchanan Read. to New York City the past week. John Informed the big men of tho tSSXSUIMXfCSOaSXXXl metropolis that the Louisville dry goods business was more than satis1 factory. v in Moral A4vscccnm4 ( kltk AnerksM and Cafttells to Iks SwUl OrtelaUy laaowod by Aacleat Order el Hlfceealaas, Yoaeg Ma'f IsMitets sad CataeKc Klga4 of Amarksa. KBMTUCKY IfllBH AMERICAN PRINTING CCyiBcorpoctted, PuHhTe SINOCB COPY yt BBSCttlPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SONS MARKET STREET wcorPOfiAreo ' We Give and Redeem Qold Trading? Stamps. itirtu Bpur ' h UwtttyjKe PortjttU ill ComrnseUttlosi U the KINTUCiqr HMSH 8maln fUtttr AMERICAN, J-2I Wtst Qrcta St. BOYS' SERVICEABLE qRADES rKgyj COUNCO. ft nuiRVILLE, KY. PETER PENCE. ...SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1917 In-ue- ed an-un- ce It Ik. i : Madame A. G. Custer, Mrs. D. F. Brenner, Mrs. M. Cummlngs, Mrs. Mrs. A. M. Tate has been visiting E. Phillips and Dr. and Mrs. Sched-deall prewho have been visiting Mr. and Is largely her sister, Mrs. J. C. Nolte, and Mrs. D. paredness against war B. Coleman at the Broadfamily at Cloverport. responsible for our being forced way Hotel, have returned to their CONDITION CRITICAL. $S$'$$$KStK$$ , into the present world welter. Were Mrs. Eugene O'Neil entertained homes. we prepared Germany would have her sewing club last week at 'her John W. Meagher, for years past Mrs. Minnie O'Connell and daughHome in Jeffersonville. A'S. AUTOCRACY. respected our rights. DEMOCRACY ters,. Misses Minnie V. and Willie a city license inspector and well of Jeffersonville, are known throughout the Stato, lies in Miss Gussle HInes, of Jefferson- O'Connell, LOUISVILLE home, In a timely and thoughtful EXTENDS STATE CONTROL. a visit of hom.e from Cincinnati, where they a critical condition at his ville, has returned from Visited Mrs. Alice McCann, another 1226 South First street. Members in the True Voice the writer article Beveral weeks at Peru, Ind. daughter of Mrs. O'Connell, for two of tho family arid relatives living One of the prophecies most freely points the fact that if democracy away from here were notified of his Frank A. Geher and niece, Miss weeks. of made as a result of three years of illness Wednesday and have been is to supplant the autocracy g war is that govern- Cecilia Discher, have returned from Thursday. since Mr. complain, and which we justly Mrs. Annette Cooper has an- arriving a week's visit in St. Louis. nounced the marriage of her daugh- Meagher was taken ill on Wednesagainst which all humanity revolts, ments are going to continue after day of last week while the family Miss Marguerite Deerlng has been ter, Miss Kathryn Ellen Cooper, to were engaged In moving from 1004 that democracy must have as its the conflict those vast schemes of CINCINNATI took State socialism which the conduct enjoying a pleasant visit with Miss Thomas Louis Hampton, which Mary South First street to his present basic supports religion and moralplace at the rectory of St. Sallle Graham at Leltchfleld, ity. We hear the parrot cry that of the war has necessitated. If it Magdalene church. The ceremony home, and so serious was his condition that for some time he was 1 intelligence Is the strongest prop of Is a good thing to fix the price of Mrs. A. B. Recktenwald was this, was performed by the Rev. William unable to be taken to the new coal in war time. It Is argued, It week a visitor at Lebanon, the guest Gausepohl. democracy, but Intelligence without residence. His Illness was caused ECLIPSE PARK, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 9 from organic trouble. morality will poison the strongest may not be "out of place to Interfere of her aunt, Mrs. J. B. Lawson. MOURN HER DEATH. democracy that ever existed. Where with the exorbitant profits of the Game Called O O'clock Mr. and Mrs. Merit O'Neal had as MARRIAGE SURPRISE. The death of Mrs. Mary Cain Jendemocracy leans on religion and coal barons in time of peace. If guests the past week Mr. and Mrs. Come and Root For Louisville Amateur Champs nings, widow of Patrick Jennings, TICKETS 25 CENTS morality, real and healthy intelli- governments find that the suffer- George DeLong, of Lexington. Miss Anna Cowman, of Jeffersonremoves from this community one ings of poverty may bo alleviated in was married Wednesday night gence will be a necessary result, of its most usoful members a real ville, Miss Anno O'Keefe last week conbut if we can imagine a democracy war time by State control of wheat cluded a visit to Miss Mary Power Christian mother. Mrs. Jennings' at Indianapolis to Daniel P. Newell, prices and State of and returned home from Frankfort. death came as a shock to many of Kokomo, Ind., who until a few JOS. DOUGHERTY, distribution E. E. LANNING, without morality and wlthqut inEDW. H. NIEHAUS, friends who were unaware of her months ago was a resident of JefPresident. Vice President Sec. and Treas. telligence, it will outlast the democ- wheat, it may be thought worth was for many years fersonville. The ceremony was perMrs. James O'Brien and daugh illness. She racy which has Intelligence without while to continue similar reg1 la3 figure at St. Aloyslus formed by the Rev. John O'Connell, are a familiar ter. Mrs. Joseph Michaels, morality. Democracy is preferable tions after the war. Socialism church services and her devoted and pastor of St. Patrick's church, at spending somo time at Atlantic City. pious life is reflected in the chil- the rectory. Father O'Connell forto autocracy; but as a mere politi- euiDouieu in political parties troes merly was the W Miss Angela Ellert was host at a dren to whom she was a comfort. St. Augustine's priest InIn charge at cal system autocracy without relig- not seem to have prospered church Jeffersonwas 'born Deceased in Ireland party Friday night in honor eighty-thre"500 INCORPORATED ion and morality will outlast' a where during the war, unless e years ago, but the ville and bride and groom were Davidson, a fall greater of Miss Irene part of her life had been members of his congregation. It democracy that lacks the same In Russia, but undoubtedly soc bride. spent here. Mrs. Jennings leaves had been known some time that essentials. If our new democracy, ism, meaning thereby State control they were engaged and It was unCol. Henry Felhoelter underwent to mourn her dqath four sons, John, derstood they were to marry this of which we hear so much about, oi inausiry, nas Deen greatly exJenMichael, Martin and Peter is to be a democracy of. material- tended by the war. The project of a successful operation for eye trou- nings, whose wife was Miss Mar- fall. ble at St. Joseph's Infirmary this garet Finnegan. Solemn mass of ism, In which religion and morality extending State action has found a week. CATHOLIC AVAR COUNCIL. requiem was sung at the funeral are to be tolerated as conventional favorable lodgment in the minds of CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. Miss Ell Louise O'Neill enter- Tuesday morning at St. Aloyslus customs, but not considered as es- multitudes of citizens who would Bishop tained her 500 club Saturday after- church by Rov. Father O'Grady, Saturday Ferdinand Brossart last sential' to the body politic, then our have, been antagonistic to projects noon at her home, 2420 Ransdell the pastor, who spoke feelingly of announced the appoint- Office and Yards Pifteenth and Magnolia Avenue democracy will prove another of that order before the war. her and sincerity in ment of the following local Council avenue. all works of religion. Many were of War for the Covington diocese City 3101 Tower of Babel of which the end LOUISVILLK, KY. Sontli O08y part of WANTS TO KNOW. Hiss Annie Donohoe is spending present to breathe da prayer for the as a Council, the Catholic toNational George Washwill be confusion. constituted soul of this Catholic War handle the summer with her parents, Mr. ington wisely wrote in his farewell RECENT DEATHS. problems relating to the present The Boston Hibernian wants to and Mrs. Cha'rles Donohoe, near mother and friend. message on retiring from "public spiritual and moral needs of Cath know what has become of the great Oalltown. Soon after the funeral of his MAOICIN COUNCIL. olic soldiers and sailors: The Very life: McGrath, James and panacea John ' Crawley, on Irish discontent the sons of Col. andEdward Frank 'Mc Rev. Joseph Flynn, V. G., Chair- brother-in-laThe Big Amuneineiit Canter Mrs. "Of .all the dispositions and hab- College 'for At an enthusiastic meeting of man: the Rev. Herbert Hlllenmeyer, Tuesday morning, John Hines, fifty Green convention? Only a Grath, will enter Notre Dame Colits which lead to political pros- few short weeks ago on Monday night Secretary; the Rev. Mathlas Lelck, years old, died at his residence, 730 IIJwU Mackin Council lege on Monday. tho perity, religion and morality are announcement was made that the Treasurer;, the Rev. Martin Delany, South 111Thirteenth street. He had Hlgn U13S3 V3Uu6VJll8 press was fulsome In Its for several weeks and was officers were arranging a roster of Fort Thomas; Dr. John J. Molloy, been Indispensable supports. In vain praise of English magnanimity toover his 'brother-in-law- 's uancing Miss Katherlne Sullivan, of Ver- members who have or will pnter Covington; Joseph Feltman, Would that man claim the tribute ward sudden taking off. His fuFrank P. O'Donnell, Ireland and oracular in divin- sailles, was" a visitor here the past the army or navy service, the same Paulsen's Military Band of patriotism who should labor to ing the effect of one sitting Fred B. Bassmann, Newport; neral was hold Thursday morning of the week, the guest of her sister, Mrs, to be preserved in the club house. from the Cathedral. It was decided to instill more vigor John Shannon, Lexington. New Restaurant .subvert these" great pillars of 'hu- convention. The sittings thus far Henderson Rivers. in the membership campaign, which man happiness, these firmest proprs have taken on a spiritualistic morning the funeral of Kiddyland Tuesday form AVILL BESIDE HEItE. Other Attractions Miss Katherlne Tobln, who spent will end with a great initiation late of the duties of men and citizens." and seances are Edgar W. Shephard took place from carried on only in the summer In Chicago and visited in October. Already fifteen candiby dates have been accepted, and it is Miss Lucille Cummins, the at-- St. Charles church, attended the presence or a few selected and here last week, left Saturday for many mourning friends and rela- HIBERNIAN expected to recruit more than the tractive and popular daughter WON'T TOLERATE THEM. DIRECTORY secretive spirits. In the last sitting her home In Frankfort. years He was twenty-threlosses occasioned 'by the war. Dele- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cummins, of tives. gates reported tho work of the Now Hope, and Paul F. Dant, son old and the son of W. O. Shepard, of our young It is aid that the medium was u With thousands The engagement of Miss Rosa 1332 Catalpa street. Deceased DIVISION 3. men rallying to the expedition able to go on (because of the pn Walz and William C.- Ridge Is an- Grand Council, the recommendation of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 'Dant, of been employed as a fireman on had the ence of a good spirit from Ireland nounced, the marriage to take place that all the Catholic young men's Louisville, were quietly married at IC. and I. and his death was caused First and third Fridays, Hibernian abroad "somewhere In France" and societies be amalgamated into one St. Vincent de Paul's church, New Home, 0 Portland. and the sitting was hurriedly ad- the latter part of this month. inwith the public increasingly compact body meeting iwlth unani- Hope, on Thursday of last week, the by Injuries suffered in a railroad President John M. Riley. accident. journed. Under the circumstances spired by their enthusiasm and Misses Margaret and Helen Smith mous approval. Mackin Council will Rev, Father A. L. O'Shea officiatVice President Tim O'Leary. years old on be twenty-fouLucille Dant and Arthur there is little toler- it Is not surprising that the weird have returned to their home in St. tember 17,r and committees are Sep- ing. 'Misswere Recording' Secretary John MarMr. and Mrs. 'Martin P. Corcoran, now Cummins the attendants. ImLouis after an extended visit to Mr. ance for those in our midst who hush of clalrvoyancy has come over the of West Broadway, are receiving tin. Harry Doerr, of Portland. working on a programme for a mediately after the ceremony press. Some and Mrs. Financial speiTk doubting phrases or indulge tho Secretary John J. friends In fitting celebration anni- couple left on their wedding trip to the sympathy of their of the versary. Chicago. They will make their their recent bereavement, the death Broderlck. in harping criticisms. Th'3 sound day when the people break In upon Miss Val Sweeney, who is la Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. and only son, home with tho groom's parents, of their Sergeant-at-Arm- s view comes from the Milwaukee these political seances the empti Nashville, the guest of Miss Mary Pat Begley. Martin Patrick. While the little ness of it all will be revealed and Dutllnger, was one of a motor party imOTHEtt .ADELBERT RETURNS. 1111 South Fourth street, this city. one's death was noj, unexpected It Sentinel Thomas Noon. Citizen. participants justly punished. In attending the Gallatin county fair. the was a great shock to tho parents LVNION FIRST NAMED. Brother Adelbert, formerly, proand two Httlo sisters who survive. the meantime the Irish are aware WATSON'S PAPER BARRED. DIVISION 4. Miss Minnie Murray, of Clifton, fessor of classics at St. Xavler's Following the funeral Wednesday of these secret meetings and the has returned from New Orleans, College, has returned to that insti apTho first Secretary to be the remains were tenderly laid to Meets second and fourth Mondays, An order denying the Jefferson-Ia- silence of the press only confirms whero she spent the summer with tution after an absence of six years, pointed to take chargo of Knights Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. ' cemetery. Tom Watson's paper, published their belief In Its hypocrisy. ' her sister, Mrs. J. Groff, and Mr. during which he taught at St. Jo- of Columbus activities at a military rest in St, Louis President Thomas Lynch. seph's College at Bardstown. camp is Clarence Emmot Manlon, of Groff. Vice President John J. Barry. at Thomson, Ga., the second class M. Brother Adelbert. who Is a nephew Kentucky. He is aow In chargo of of John city, Crawley, long a resident Financial Secretary Thomas J. DO UNTO OTHERS. this died Sunday afternoon mailing privilege is upheld by Fedof the late Job.n Hay, Secretary of the recreation hall at Gettysburg, Miss Helen Hogan, after spending 730 Thirteenth Langan, 734 West Oak. eral Judge Emory Speer in, a deState In President Roose.velt's Cab- where 10,000 regular army men are at his home,victim South a reckless Recording Secretary William P. Bo not ibo too hasty in condemn- three weeks with her cousin in Chi- inet, became a convert to the Cath In camp. of cision filed this week, and Watson It Is estimated that 25 street, the cago, has returned to her homo, who loft him McDonogh. n ing your German 'and Anglican com per cent, of this number are our automobile driver, the street, Tho 1016 East Market street, New Al- - olic church from the Treasurer John F. Burke. and his followers are given a death lying helpless In neighbor or friend simply bany- munion while he was a student at boys. Sergeant-at-Arm- s years old deceased was sixty-fiv- e Thomas blow by tho decision. The order College, one of tho most Kenyon because tho Eastern press wishes to and had a wide circlo of friends was originally issued by Postmasfamous Episcopalian institutions In SnOW UP IN NAVY. M. J. McDermott. Sentinel Misses Droppelman, race Bemadlne and relatives who aro shocked by the United States, and shortly afterter General Burleson and Watson exterminate the whole German the manner of his death. He is surIs dally trying to instill into Marian Lopping and Lillian Madden ward Joined the Xaverian order. Rev. Thomas S. Regan, recently vived by four daughters, Mrs. A. courts, probably and appealed to the have returned from St. Bernard, WEATHER SIGNS. appointed a chaplain In the navy, J. Rogers and Misses Sadie, Maggie thinking that his success in the past the .minds of its Teaders that a man Ohio, whero they Tlslted Miss NOW YOUNG MES. or parentage can Tbeckla Juenka. has taken a religious census of the and Cathorlno Crawley; also three of German birth The when he was hauled. up for indecent not be true to the American flag. a red Next Monday evening there will U. S. S. Minnesota, to which he Is sons, Robert, Thomas and Georgo evening old remark about HJkJ Catholic priests and nuns Because of the actions of a few Father Regan was la Crawley. Tho funeral was held dlcatlng and a Krar mornine na a. Misses Nellie Mullen and - Mar- bea live and fast euchre and lotto attached. good weather (alluded to reported held Tuesday morning at tho Catherecently would be repeated, but the strong Socialists and I, W. garet Mullen left Monday to join party at St. Patrick's school hall, Washington 1,300 men and in the Gospel of St. Matthew) still aboard the dral with solemn requiem mass. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Flood, who Thirteenth and Market, under the that of tho arm of Uaele Sam stopped his W.'s your n holds good a3 well as that whlok friend are spending several weeks at direction of the young men gradu- big warship 800 are Catholics, or says that a red skv In tha morninor abuee of President Wilson and our and our friend ates of last June, who will endeavor 61 per cent. The highest percentmherland Falls. WILL SLIP WITJI EASE. foretells bad weather with mtek country's progress la the war.' In should set bo houaded and classed to introduce some novel features. age reported In any one group preWhen difficulty Is found in re- rala and perhaps wlad. One of atlas Lois Mullln was beet at a, Drawing and distribution of prises vious to this was from the United hii decision Judge Speer Mid: as a spy or a traitor, and stepi moving a ring from the finger these remarks has taken fern la: States Naval books of "If "by gush propaagnda American should be takea to discourage th. delightful card parly la hoaer of on the1 combination take place, Aug- Port Royal, S.Training Station at make a little cold soapsuds, agld "A red sky at nizht ia the sailor' C, where Rev, and will also Dayldsoa, waoee mar- ust Mia soldiers may be convinced that they AanvBalan Af nraltidlM nader (tie riage Irene r eeat. the finger la for a few. seconds, n& delight; a red sky at morals g U Dult reported II to George Mandlehr will take a large attendance may be looked the sailors' waralag." the ring will slip oS with ease. are the rieUaoa of lawless aad wH, Catholic. . place in Oetober. for. patriotism. to occupy been allowed pacifism which opposed it. Silly White Mills. Last Sunday announcement was made in all the churches of the Louisville diocese that the annual Holy Father collection for the would be taken up at the masses In calling for this coltomorrow. lection the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue appeals for a proper contribution and says: "This offering is not made for the personal needs of the Holy Father, tout to meet the expenses of Incurred In the administration the affairs of the church throughout the world. Just at this time the offerings of the faithful should be more liberal than usual on accondition count of the disturbed brought about by the war. The nations of Europe that in former years contributed liberally toward the support of the Holy Father in his work are now In so distressed a condition as to foe unable to give anything. We are fortunately better situated, and can afford to be more liberal than those who are in made in distress. The offerings this collection are a tribute of respect for the Holy Father from his faithful children, and his blessing will be bestowed on all who make an offering according to their means in aid of the good work In which he Is engaged." . constitutional oppressions, vain will be the efforts to make their deeds rival the glowing traOn ditions of their hero strain. the contrary, the world will behold America's degradation and shame; the disintegration under fire of our line of battle, the inglorious flight of our defenders, like the recent, army, of the Russian debacle brought about by methods much the same; the ultimate conquest of our country, the destruction of its Institutions and the perishing of popular government on earth." ARE SWEPT OUT. Only a year ago pacifism was a popular fad in this country. Two pacifists or three years ago the were regarded the very salt of the earth. Now none are so poor as to do them reverence. Even William Jennings Bryan 'has become an adA vocate of war on Kaiserism. peace convention, which was to have been held in Minneapolis, has been barred from Minnesota and No Govalso from otber States. ernor can afford to permit such to be held within the borders of his has State. The war sentiment swept the pacifsts from their place of honor. They should never have CHOOL $3.95 SUITS Splendid New Patterns, Wool Mixed Materials, Well Made, Priced at Only $4.95 SOCIETY. Special While They Last Among the Louisville visitors at West Baden Springs the past week Miss Bezzle Hannan left Monday were W. P. Callahan and wife and for a trip to New York and tho sea- daughter, T. F. McQuIro and wlfeT Margaret Mrs. Mrs. McFarlan, ports. Phelan, Nell Phelan and James J. 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No cost to you whatever The same courteous attention given the depositor of Jl.00 or the depositor of $10,00. okce ioi,i,A:re.. Met tttt Big GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Clk State GmrwMftt SBservitlM SecMd and Market d Championship of America $10,000 Saddle Horses mWkmkWkmkWkWkwkwkWklkWkmkmkmM Premiums $50,000 Premiums n n ODen Big Acts Band of Forty HIPPODROME WHEN BISHOP AVEPT. SIR JOHN LONSDALE. COUNT PLUNKET. Greatest Aggregation of Indoor Attractions Ever Offered Head of the Ulsterites in the The head of the Sinn Felners In Beautiful BABY SHOW Parade While many knew the lato Bishop Irish Parliament. Ireland. Midway of Mirth, Music and Moving Masses McFaul as a highly honored prelate of tho Catholic church, and as a Great Fraternal Gathering For Friday of Fair "Wcckl promoter of humanitarian, and civic ttF Address F. T. KItEMER, Secretary, movements, there ar$ iperhaps only Reduced Railroad Rates. 004 Republic Building, Louisville a boy a tew who remember him "as new BE SURE TO CALL FOR HIBERNIANS. News mm MMM FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS GOOD HOLLOTTS COFFEE Has been tho favorite kind- - The quality is tho best and our prices are the fairest. Try our New Blend, 2 2 lbs Vt during the day and ing on What They Have Been Doing I studyinga larm a country school Lato News That Will Interest with Members Here and teacher at night. Hence tho publithe Past Week General just a freckled-face- d lft'd work- McKENNA Note. wv r cation of this story, contributed to the Trenton Evening Times by Miss to Saldeo vere Milne, as related her, toy the late Judge Robert S. Woodruff: ., WHISKY j K IT IS ALWAYS PURE. ' Special Ante Delivery Service. JOHN M. MULLOY BotbPhone 1323 212 W. Market St. 1885. ESTABLISHED ....GOLDEN oak block.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. High in Heat. Low in Ash. Auxiliary met Ladles Wednesday evening. The El Paso Ladles' Auxiliary has been heldlng weekly card par ties ror the Red Cross. Membership in the Ancient Order of Hibernians is something for any Irishman to be proud of. Quite a good many aro awaiting the initiatory degrees and a joint Initiation will bo held shortly. The County Board met at Division 3's Hall last night, holding Its. ses sion following the division meeting. Omaha divisions held a special tarowell meeting in honor of members leaving for camp at Fort Bnelling. The three divisions at Dayton, Ohio, will soon merge into ono large body, tho membership being more than 500. evening. Tho Divisloa 4 will meet next Monday fH jjR BANNON PIPE I Hibernians were praised from several Denver pulpits for their plans and picnic for tho Queen of Hoaven Orphanage. NINTH AND KENTUCKY. NEED WOJIEN'S HELr. Divisions 1 and 3 of Omaha are City 405 Ciimb. Soatk 415 lea. planning for a 'big class initiation, and help "Join for October 21. Both are hustling America tho Red Cross Is the in win the war." for candidates. every State Fair vis The field day of tho. St. Paul junction which itor will undoubtedly hear. The Hibernians drew an 'Immense throng Louisville Chapter of the American to St. Thomas athletic grounds, in BOTH PHONES 2399 which the contestants were the bestt Red Cross, of which R. C. Ballard Thruston is Chairman, will have an from ail over tho State. all exhibit tent 37 of Division Charlestown. activities of at the fair at which exQive us a trial for first-claare as service. We the chapter will be Mass., at a largo meeting last week close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and and exemplified and at enrolled several new memoers anu plained membership applications will night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable voted to send a donation to the which be received. Three hundred women chauffeurs tur specialty. Qive us a call. Soldiers' Aid Committee. Auxiliary of El Paso, have contributed their services to The Ladies' Texas, celebrated the birthday of the nation through the Red Cross their chaplain, Rev. Father Roy, of Louisville, 'but there Is still need of many more. The presenting him a purse containing of the services Committee, of which one silver dollar for every year of Military Relief SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Balard is Chairhis life, but they would not make Mrs. S. Thrustonfilling an order for known the number of years he has man, is engaged garments,- overy one 12,000 knitted been In this world. In France before The Executive Board of tho of which must be woman In LouisEvery Ladies' Auxiliary of Minnesota at a Christmas.can knit is invited to 'help pledged ville who Where work la qnlofelj meeting held in Minneapolis to Where the home la the-lloyalty and devotion their fill this order, for If Louisville's brightest; done; country1 and unanimously adopted a part is not filled on schedule time Where the work la Where cooking .0011111 resolution expressing complete ac- some American or Allied soldier will lightest; real torn; cord and .hearty sympathy with the suffer from cold. Wool for making garments may be procured at cost Where baking gives de- Knights of Columbus in their move- price at" Red Cross headquarters, Where the meal la ment to raise funds for recreation1 light; eekedbest; Expert hstlls at army encampments and 619 South Fourth street. Where drudge Is ost of providing for chaplains for Catholic knitters, who can not afford to doWhere the range stead sight the test nate both their time and their soldiers. means, will be provided with wool Um the where That's That's where "Quick Meal" "Qulek Meal" eomea without cost. Those who do not TOMORROW. in. know how to knit Red Cross garThe Louisville team will begin ments will be given all needed Ramgea Sold, Installed aa4 Highly ReeerameBdeil IQalsk Meal Gas their closing games of the season with Minneapolis today and will 215 VISITS HER MOTHER. stage a double-headtomorrow af n W. MARKET ST. ternoon, and following the Huggins and Attorney Clem tribe will come the St. Paul club, who are fighting hard for mother, and Mr. and Mrs. John A. 1 1 IH 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 III III 1 1 i 1 1 1 H M 1 1 1 1 i 11 H j III It I 81 either first or second place. The McMillan, of Dayton, Ohio, have Colonels' splendid shaowing at In- returned from an automobile trip sJ9Jg visit at French Lick dianapolis, whieh by the way gives and week-en- d & Tm. $Mft4tfV Ht fm. of the games over Springs. Mr. McMillan left Thursthem the Hooslers this year, has encour- day for a business trip to New aged the fans again, who still see a York, and Mrs. McMillan remained lighting chance for the flag, There's for a visit with her mother, Mrs. always an if or an alibi ready in Huggins. baseball and the one applying lo- -l CORRECTION. eauy is that If the team, didn't show Sewer aa4 Cnlrsrt a tendency to quit after their disas aaanea's fateat LM4 rip far Hem The Knights of Columbus Comtrous showing at Milwaukee, their Wall Ceaia, Drain Tile, YMrifaa BrieK, example being followed by the daily mission wishes to correct a stateT Fire Ttimi, Flae Liaiag; Fire Brick sporting critics, a more fighting ment made In the papers to the efCrale aa4 BUer Tile, Craa4 Five Cly, CMaar Tas. front would have been shown fect that the Government is erecting against the Our sport Knights of Columbus recreation OFFICE S38 WEST JEFFBHSOM writers' tendency .to quit early was halls at the cantonments and miliconveyed to the fans, as the' at tary camps. These recreation halls OUMB. MAIN S07. HOMK mOfMS OITY rectqd entirely by Um tendance showed during the Toledo are beis .part Knights of Columbus, and series, and is lOtb. X managementit willhoped, that the club of any ot these (wildings no paid natitaaHi: a4LMaHa Ava Bt. 9th works is receive better sun-for by the Government. port in the remaining gapes. INCORPORATED. S6ANL0N GOAL 60lrW "When a young man I taught school at Millstone. Late ono afternoon a tall 'boy in working clothes entered the school liouse and told me that his work during the day on a nearby farm prevented his attendance at the school, and asked me to helpVhlm with his studies In the evenings. His earnestness im pressed me so much that I decided to help him out. And we worked together during the remainder of my stay In Millstone. He was a diligent student and my efforts were rewarded. Some years later, when I was established in Trenton, a young priest called at my office. When I didn't recognize him he introduced himself as 'Jlmmle Mci Faul.' " The following steps of the young priest's life are well known. AVhen Judge Woodruff died 'Bishop McFaul went to his house and wept over the man who as a country school teacher 'had ibeen among the first to offer him a helping 'hand. Autos and Taxis For Hire ss Lee Yotttig Automobile Co. section. Tho Waco Council now floats the Stars and Stripes from' the front of its building. Miss Rosalie O'Sulli- !; van raised the flag. A tablet containing the names of members who see service during the war is to be erected In Union Council's club house at Syracuse. There, is a membership drivo on at Portland, Ore., which will end with the exemplification of the three degrees for a large class on September 30. The Rev. Father Julius Pabst, month. Tho educational classes at tho K. of O. home are dn charge of Ray Schuman. Dr. Irvin Abell will address the local council on Wednesday evening, September 19. A class of sixty or more will bo given the three degrees at Wichita on September 16. W. J. O'Sullivan will bo tho speaker of the evening at tho meeting of September 26. It is estimated that over 4.000 Knights and their ladies attended the outing at Cedar Point, Ohio. Tho order has grown and prospered in Arkansas the past year, where pride is felt over the record. Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney, council chaplain, urges all of the members to aid In the work at Camp Taylor. Two members of Omaha Council will bo among the Urst American soldiers to reach France from that Tho council at Galveston has organized its own band. The fourth degree will toe exemplified in Denver some timo next 1 H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYIiOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. Kyt is THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H 00. INCORPORATED WHISKEY LOUISVILLE. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH PURK RYU LouirrUla, Ky I v 't)aa)a)aa)fa DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT A KY. f fi Jm CALL NO. 467 Lm DJQI Sure, w NONE PURER NONE BETTER i Prompt "Delivery Service?" EITHER PHONE, f Where the Quick Meal Comes In - r chaplain of the Thirtieth Infantry, Is a fourth degree Knight. He is now with the troops at Syracuse, but will soon leave the camp. Grand Knight William Horan, has added 400 names to the rolls of Denver Council in his two terms, and Is now trying to beat his record by getting 300 more before he leaves office. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER DOUBLE-HEADE- R SATISFIES THAT LONGING. The Supreme Council of the Al- hambra will hold a three days' convention at Syracuse, opening September 23. Delegates are expected thirty-on- e INCORPORATED from caravans the throughout the country. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE KY, Union Council at Syracuse has more than a hundred members in the ariiiy service, for whom a banA Casa of Good Judgment. Order a Case af quet was given in the club house last Saturday.. Major Tuck Is past Grand Knight of the council. ONE Hs JOHN F. OERTEL CO. GEHER & SON, a !" er MORE DAY. FALL CITY BEER 01. Can-tlllo- two-thir- CO. Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Fontaine Farry Park will close summer season tomorrow evenDue to the great demand we are bow BOTTLING COMMON, ing, having this year scored the greatest success In its history. Judge and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Wilson, was always on. the alert and Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. his conduct of the1 Ferry wo& the PHONES patronage of the beat classes and made It Louisville's favored amuse- Cunifc. Pfaana Wact 191 Hem Phone 1919 ment resort. ERECT CLUB IIOMBS. ?!, caHs, tafl-ender- s, rS-17- 1. I miniiitimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniuit a4 It is important to note that at the sixteen large cantonments, in addition to the large recreation BMOKVOKAT halls, the Knights of Columbus will, erect two club Coramislon homes of the .prder, with, a vjew to ity : caching all their boys in a of 40,000 or 50.008 soldiers. In the erection of these club homes the fominlaalon will be .aided tar the SeM at at leadHigbars and eefea. Renowned for parity, strength, State organisations through the GRUBER DBUSBR. Maaagarf, Laaltvllk, State Deputies,. jj WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. Kr. .ida - i v. J jECEHNroraiosLr xi&xstxs: ajmdb?beiojj- - )" GRANW. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. I Funeral & Director and Embalmer f uuiii rnuiico oiu. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. LOUISVILLE RENDERING Incorporated River Road, East of Homo Phone City 721 Cut-O- ff 0 OMP AN Y $ TsiVAAsTaifrtft Cumberland Main 721 DOUGHERTY S & McELIOTT fftrrf t V " J JrJjfi i m0 WK09J&IMFWmbp3Fiwjr jy rfgassBEssssssM 1227 VEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmersl Climb. Mala 299S.n ...... .... TTTTTTTTTTTTTT"TTTT-rrTTT-rv- PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n was organized by cltlzeaa SLICED BACON to make AX Ready for Yonr Griddle In tho LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bide., LOUMVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones. 2886. "SOUTHERN STAR" well-know- SAM L. ROBERTSON BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY CONTRACTOR FOR .. BOTH r 3PJHCOKTJ6JS. Homo City 2098 ... 4 ............ j...j... ...... " y X ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1101 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 Home ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK St. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h Home Phone Shawnee 368 mVVVVW'VVWVVVVVVMVVVVVW 3971-HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS HWWMMHMHHHUHHMUiMMUUWMMMVmMWUIMMMM BODY INTERRED lUiRE. Mrs. Bridget McPadden, 3202 West Broadway, received telegrams last Thursday bringing the sad news of the death of her aged mother, Mrs. Catherine Cooney, at Notre Dame, ind., where for some years she had been making her home with her son, Prof. John 'Cooney, a member of the faculty of Notre Dame University and former Louisville boy. Mrs. Cooney was seventy-on- e years old and a native of Ireland. She was the widow of the late John C. Cooney, who conducted a liquor business, and was well known and highly respected in Louisville, where she-hlived for thirty-Av- e years. Dqpth was caused by a stroke of apoplexy. Besides Mrs. McFadden and Prof. Cooney she leaves two sons, Frank Coonoy, of Akron, Ohio, and Joseph Cooney, of Cincinnati. The remains were brought here and the funeral was held Saturday .morning from St. Patrick's church, of which the decomceased had been a devout ' municant. I ad GUARANTEED TO REDUCE. ROY. SOLDIER No I 822 AND EMBALMERS. Ea.st JVIaixx street. mmVmHWHiWVMMVMmtUnWMWMMVVWUtWMUWM 'tis not your suit of blown. Soldier Boy, Nor that smile that's all your own, Soldier Boy, That has set my heart 'Till rifnlnst inv rlhcj If'a hnmntnrr And my throat is surely lumping, Soldier Boy. THE HOME TELEPHONE Is the ever willing servant of these who will use it, giving them power to transk of wires mit their voice over a to many points in the State of Kentucky and elsewhere. net-wor- Soldier Boy, That has set my eyes While their gaze on you they're keeping As along the street you're sweep ing, 'tis not your eyea of blue, Soldier Boy, Nor your figure trim and true, No Soldier Boy. Economical-Efficicnt-Rclia- blc Service But 'tis your heart of gold, Soldier Boy, 'Tis your spirit brave and bold, Soldier Boy, That has set your soul With a patriotic yearning As a soldier's life you're learning, Soldier Boy. We could love you and caress you, Soldier Boy, We will pray for you and bless you, Soldier Boy, For the flag that you are bearing In our hearts we all are wearing And its honor's in your caring, Soldier Boy. John P. Leahy. Louisville Home Telephone Company INCORPORATED IUSIIOP O'REILLY. Catholics generally will be Interested in the following, clipped from the Baker City Democrat: "The Right Rev. Bishop Charles J. O'Reilly yesterday celebrated the WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOJU fourteenth asanniversary ofof his conBishop secration the Baker AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT diocese of Oregon. In commemorayour fans NOW anil let as repair the tion of the event the Right Rev. Better look over ones which naed it BEFORE IX GETS REALLY HOT. Bishop celebrated mass at St. Francis Cathedral yesterday mornGO. ing and administered communion to INCORPORATED. the large number present at the 333 WKST MAIN STREKT services. Special music was a featPhone City 135 ure, participated In by the Cathedral choir and the choir of St. Francis Academy. The fourteen years spent by Bishop O'Reilly here have been fruitful Indeed, and his energy in building up the church and its institutions in Eastern Oregon has wonderful results, resulted In JOHN B. RATTERMAN Through his efforts more than forty-fiv- e churches have been built together with numerous hospitals and DIRECTOR FUNERAL schools, including St. Elizabeth Hospital and St. Francis Academy here, 2114 WEST MARKET ST. as well as the local Cathedral and Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland fine churches at La Grande, Pendleplaces. Hospitals "West 1107a. ton and other nave also been erected at Ontario and at Condon, and the church property at Baker is entirely free The Catholic church of all debt. property at Baker is worth fully ?400,000." Funeral Directors VyVVVSftWWVWVVVVVVtVVVVVV CH1XDERS ELEGTRIG New Location AbbbbhbiHbIE. V- JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for OeriNO, GUTTERING, BPOUTTK9 CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. See ua about anything In real Tin Roofs Repaired and Fainted estate. We sell, buy and rent. HEROIC NUN DEAD. 18PHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Mil "Watt Broadway, EoatiTllla, 3Cy. Borne Phone City 4464. Geoffrey Young, officer of the British Ambulance unit for Italy COMPANY SNEDDON REPAIR and formerly In command of the Hancock and Broadway French unit at Ypres, writes from 803 East Walnut Street Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, Gorlzla: Overland Louis"Sister Julienne, one of the Wall Paper and Window Shades Former Foreman Co. ville Sisters of the Civil Hospital senior Room Mouldings, Picture Frames at Ypres, has Just been reported and Window Shades Made to Order. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty by a shell. This saintly and killed Phono City 6007 Home Phone City 2517. devoted woman, well on in years, was one of the few heroic Sisters BNGRAVERS who remained in Ypres during the F. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY first terrible bombardment, when MHLXCH ENGRAVING COMPANY the town was abandoned. She reINCORPORATBD ARTISTS. ENGRAVBRB mained to care for a number of BLBCTROTYPERS wounded Germans, nursing them WENZEL ST. 0 SOUTH until they were finally removed. A Louisville, am W. Main St., few days later she was one of those Both Phones 4202 when the Friends' Horn Phoae City 8674 who returned Ambulance unit opened In the celCHAS. ANSON lars a ward for the wounded chilWM, AUGUSTUS dren and civilians. She remained Successor to C. Molter subsequent bomthrough all the Contractor of Excavating, All bardments; one of the boldest fight- BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Con- Kinds of ers of the epidemic, one of the most Special Attention Given Picnics and courageous to issue under shell fire Weddings. Ico Cream and Sherbets creto and Wrecking. to fetch in the wounded and the 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. sick. Homo City 2000 City 4803 104 S. Preston. Phone "When the town was finally abandoned she remained with one other Sister, on her own Initiative, atan aid post In the cellars to nurse tho wounded British soldiers. Only under compulsion did she at to Poperlnghe, where FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. last retire she remained to the end, nursing FREE SERVICE. civilians and soldiers alike, under repeated bombardments, until her death. She was the custodian of the treasures of her hospital and 1101-0- 3 MAST BROADWAY. braved death constantly to visit or remove them. A gentle, sensitive, nervous lady, she was beloved by the wounded children for her sunny gentleness and "by those who worked with her for her refinement and humor. Nothing but a profound sense of duty and love could have supported her through peril and shock, sight and sound, such as proved too much for vigorous men. There may be many heroines in the war more conspicuous, but courage was more none whose tested or whose motives and character were more beautiful." Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS SOt 508-51- J ed AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES CO- FALLS CITYVULCANIZING GERMAN. BANK MILITARY BOOKLET. H.B0SSES0N and Embalmers. lllfe liafBr ""P CATHOLIC CHARITY. On June 28, 1817, three Sisters of Charity, Sister Rose White, Sister Cecilia O'Conway and Sister Telephone 1022. in New KENEALLY, Fellclte Brady, arrived N. Y York, from Emmltsburg, Captain of Knights of Columbus. 4Mt year boy as caseation tfcat will Maryland, to take charge of New pniu taem for Ufa. York's first orphan asylum, a small ASSIGNED TOGETHER. frame building on Prince street. .ST. XAVIER'S COLLEdk year there were five orThe first Dr. William Brown Doherty, son phans. To provide for them the of Dr. W. B. Doherty, of this city, W. Broadway, laaiaville, Xy. So"Roman Catholic Benevolent who has been on duty at the Army Conducted by tha Xaverlan Brother ciety" was incorporated by the Medical School in Washington," has Sclentlflo and Business Classical, BEN BOSSMBYER, State on April 15, 1817, the first been appointed ophthalmic surgeon .Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars Star Shortstop, K. of C. wlromln P00L WU Ilqulpped Gyme-vltCatholic" society incorporated by tho at Fort Benjamin Harrison, where Jubm, Dir V rrBU Br. State of New York. Its object was his brother, Paul Doherty, Is In GUARD FOR GHILS. to take rare of, clothe and give training at the Officers' Reserve both a moral and religious educawomen Some New York have tion to poor and destitute children Camp. formed an organization called the left without parents or guardians, SUiVER WEDDING. INCORPORATBD Morality League of America. Their to shelter them from vice. For purpose is to warn girls of the dan- their Christmas dinner that year Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bosler Cican Grocery Stores, Every home that has given a son, brother or father to the war will be Interested in a new publication for free distribution, which will answer more than 1,000 questions pertaining to the location of the new United States army camps and stations and other matters of pertinent interest to those who aave relatives or friends In the service. This pamphlet will also Fifth and Market "As t$. Phoae" Net to You as the Nearest tu ,4rt. 'QUAKER MAID' "ihe Best Por contain a carefully prepared map showing the location of every cantonment, camp and training station In the United States. There will also bo complete and comprehensive of classes i.sts of the various fighting men, with their present lotheir cation, or If not mobilized ultimate destination In this country. This free booklet will be a complete bird's eye view of the preparations Uncle Sam is making to win the war. Copies njay be had free of charge upon application to any of tne Union Pacific System offices or trom Gerrit Fort, Passenger Traffic Manager, Union Pacific System, Chicago. CADORNA A CATHOLIC. FUNERAL A A O'LAUGHLIN, FLOWERS Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.00 Tneo Fielder For Knights of Columbus. FRANKFORT. PnlJh inuuniu Mm Mf Miss Anita Sower, a popular figure in Frankfort's younger social Wo telegraph Flowers set, left Tuesday for Georgetown, where she will take up her studies Brlslan Miss Mary at Cardome. will attend the same college for the MnthAwnue UxilrvMr j Everywhere nOPRAftlGP year. - Less' -- Goods delivered free anywhere within six blocks of our stores. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING H.W. Cirncr Fsurth and Jefferstc CAN'T YOU HELP? moving pictures, magic lanterns, etc. This particular missionary asks If somebody who may have grown tired of their phonograph and records would not he willing to give up the outfit for a missionary who could do co much good with it in the Philippine Islands. If anyone has a fairly good machine and a good assortment of record which they would be willing to send to tUat mkwlonarj' the Catholic Otiurch Extension Society, MeConnick building, Chicago, will be pleased to forward It to tha 'same or another mlMloaary la the Philippine Inlands. of phonographs, -- the Catholic Church Extension Society from the Philippine Islands that he finds his work frequently-muchampered by the various efforts that are made by Protestant missionaries to entertain and attract the older children toy means One of the missionaries writes gers that lurk in our big cities. The motive Is good, but the method proposed suggests a question. The organization will use its efforts to protect girls by warning them of the danger spots In our big cities. The Information to he useful must be complete and accurate. It must be baaed on a genuine knowledge of facts. If It is possible to get such complete and accurate knowledge of immoral and dangerous places we would imagine that an effort should be made to clean out those places. When we find a contagious disease we not only placard the place but try to cure the sick person and stamp out the source of the contagion, If a 'building becomes so weak that it Is in danger of falling we warn the public to keep away from It and also order the owner to tear It down. Conditions that are a source of danger to girls and women should not be tolerated. To warn the girls and women Is not the whole duty we owe them. The physician does not feel ho has done his part by warning the patient that He also uses the he has a cancer. knife. MAKING EGGS FLUFFY. the orphans had pork, cabbage and potatoes and were glad to get eyen that. In 1825 the center part of the larger building on Mott street, now the parish school, was built, tho wings were and in 1833-3- 4 added. In 1852 the new asylums street, Fifth and Madiat Fifty-firson avenues, were consolidated with those at Prince street and Peeksklll. In 1901 all the orphans were removed to the present Institution at Kingshrldge, The children admitted to theso asylums have numbered: 1817-31,200; 1835-52,400; 2,000; 1852-713,000, a total of 18, GOO. The three Sisters of Char-tt- y increased in the 100 years to 3,000. No State aid has been given to support these orphans. Catholic charity has been tho source of their income. At the rate of $125 a year, the sum the city pays for children in public Institutions, the cost for this number of children, based on the annual number the asylums sheltered, would havo been This Is a splendid gift $9,375,000. to the City of New York. st 5, 2, 7, 0, 1870-191- RING WAS SAFE. When frying eggs, to keep the whites light and fluffy, always have the fat hot. Break in the eggs one at a time as (fast as possible; sprinkle with pepper and salt, then add a dash of boiling water; cover with a tight lid and let fry for a few aeeoads. The eggs will be free from grease when served and the whiten are net husband as he returned from his work showed unmistakable signs of weeping. huab-and- . A young woman meeting her "What's the matter, Madge7" asked the ld, iI dropped Oh, John," she my diamond rlag off my finger and ean't Sad It anywhere." "Don't worry, Madge; It's all safe. I found it this morning in my trousers poeket." reception and dinner dance at tho light recently due to his victories Rev. Quitman F. Beckley, O. P., Tyler Hotel. Congratulatory mes- over the Austrian troops. Is a de has been appointed by Secretary vout Catholic, his favorite daughter Daniels a chaplain of the United sages wore received from all over being a nun. the country. States navy. He is the only member of a religious order in that TOSD3 IN ROJD3. INCREASED ATTENDANCE. branch of the service. The body of Archbishop Thomas The parochial and commercial TWENTY-TWCHAPLAINS. and colleges F. Kennedy, Rector of the Amerischools, academies of this city have all reopened for can College in 'Rome, who died on Twenty-tw- o priests have been apthe new school year, and the pas- august 28, has been interred In the pointed chaplains for tho National tors and teachers are highly pleased tomb of the American College in array up to this time, and they are over the number of pupils enrolld. the American cemetery. distributed among the States as The Catholic schools care for at follows: New York, 4; Texas, 3; AGED MAN LOST. 10,000 children and thereby least Illinois, 2; Missouri, 2; Wisconsin, paying a save the public from 2, and California, Colorado, LouisiThursday the police were assist- ana, Maine, 'Massachusetts, much larger tax for educational Michiing in a search for John Nary, who gan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, purposes. The attendance promises disappeared from his home, 3006 Ohio, one each. to exceed all former years. Wednesday avenue, Greenwood morning. The missing man Is QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. AVAS ntlSII LAD. eighty years old and relatives were Tho Queen's Daughters held their apprehensive regarding his safety. It was an Irish lad a poor Belfirst meeting of tho season yesterday fast boy who invented the secret OUT OF USE. afternoon in the hall of the Knights of setting raiding Zeppelins on fire. There was a splendid of Columbus. He had educated himself for. a attendance, and a mass of business now the "bachelor taald" is chemist, and he was at the time a Just accumulated during the much in "Bachelor druggist's assistant. The Governevidence. that had A maid" seems to sound much more vacation was given attention. given him ?10,000 a year programme of fall and winter ac- euphonious than "old maid," and menta has commission In reward for his and tivities will soon furnish work for happily the latter term Is not so recoyery. much in use now as It was some the entire membership. years ago, when anyone who had FOR WOMAN'S EYE. IRISH WHEAT. milestone reached the twenty-fift- h tho prefix "Mrs." was without Earrings keep growing more conIreland's farmers this year haVe dubbed an old maid. But times spicuous. produced a wheat crop 53.8 per have changed. Women do not age foulard Is now seen The ipolka-docent. larger than last year's and as quickly, or else they have learned everywhere. t 137,1 per eent. more than the av- the art of caring for themselves, There are a good many stripes in erage crop (for 1911-1Statistics and nowadays the maid of twenty-fiv- e received by the Department of Agrioftentimes outdistances many the new belts. Girdles are not tightened in at culture at Washington give Hie Irish of the "chickens." A woman Iz only as old a3 she looks. all at the waist line. wheat crop m 4,347,000 bushels. O Gen. Cadorna, the Italian leader, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Thursday evening with a who has been much --In the lime- DOMINICAN NAVY CHAPLAIN. pockets, big and old fashioned. Turbans are good this year, par- The newest petticoats have 5. ed ticularly for the older matron. colored Necklaces of enormous beads are worn with summer frocks. Black chiffon taffeta blouBes are being worn with white pique skirts. JThls is the day of the belt. They are as varied as summer weather. Perhaps the smarest belts are those made of leather and silk combined in somo way. When buying dress shields buy only the best. Poor shields offer only partial protection. and tho The stockings are more popular for street wear than colored ones. Slip-osweaters remain In favor with the junior element, but older women prefer such garments with buttons. frocks are smart The new slip-o- n find comfortable, and the wonder is that their development has been so . long delayed. Little 'pockets are made la, the daintiest of lingerie. Nighties have poekets, so have the silk bloomers and the braesiers. all-bla- ck all-whi- te n --