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J. 5c Cigar Made KENTUCKY iRfeH NQ. 11. m American MssjsjajsiwisMAssMsM SCREENS Mxkfcr Dow Wira& Iron Worki Will Protect Ye VOLUME XXXIX, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAf, SEPTEMBER 15, 1917 m i PRICE WVE CENTS. JUBILANT Were "the Catliollc Soldiers at Camp Zachary Taylor Sunday' Morning. ' Father' O'Mahoney, dral, of the CatheCelebrates Mass For Them. First Services to Bo Held In the Knights of Columbus Building. SnmFjnsflnBjBjflnBnnMjj ssnnsflBnnHsnnn FATHER BAXTER PAYS TRlBUfE The Catholic soldiers at Camp Zachary Taylor wero Jubilant when word was passed that on Sunday morning the first mass offered at the cantonment would be celebrated In the Knights of Columbus building. As yet there is no Catholic army chaplain at the camp, e but the Right Rev. Bishop has granted approval of local priests giving their services until the arrival of the regular, ohaplains. The mass was celebrated at 10 o'clock and there was quite a largo gathering of the soldier boys despite the short notice. Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney was the celebrant of the mass, with Alphonse Ohllgschlager and Lawrence Welllnbrink as servers. The temporary altar was placed In an alcove where Ihe regGrand ular altar will foe "built. Knight John P. Cassilly, Past Grand Knight Charles W. Decker, John A. Doyle, Prosldent of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, and Rev. Fathers Baxter, Ripple and Enos, of St. were present. Louis Bertrand's, lAout. Weber, of the Cathedral parish at Fort Wayne, was the first to approach. the altar and receive O'Don-aghu- the sermon, a tributo to our soldiers and country, saying In part: "This occasion ,pf the first Catholic services being conducted in tills of of tho Knights auditorium Columbus is iudeed a blessed realization of our hopes. Our hearts are filled with deep Joy and sincere gratitude for what has been done. Great praise Is due to the Knights for their noble efforts. No one may say what great things will bo accomplished in tho future through their zealous work, Today's service is made possible by the untiring efforts of our good chaplain, Father O'Mahoney, and our Grand Knight, John Cassilly. This" inaugural ice will bo cherished as a happy memory by all here present. "In tho history of the world no soldiors wero ever given better care than that given to our own army and navy. Our Government has done everything to care for her noble sons. They well deserve the best, and tho country will supply tho best. The church In her tender solicitude for souls will not neglect our fighting men. There is an absolute need of positive rellgs ion here. Our soldiors must be brought near to God. But the very fact of creation, the creature is bound to God by the most sacred" relationship. This relationship - Is religion; strong, certain and effect"We must know God and know our obligations toward Him. Our obligations include pbedience to his law, and worship that is worthy of Him. Those who look lightly upon moral obligations and those who fail to render to God this supreme worship can not claim to be religious. Religion Is not an affair .of Love your words, but of deeds. religion. Let others see by your lives that you possess a faith that is not an opinion, but a conviction. "Our Saviour said' to his apostles: You are the salt of the earth.' I say to the religious-minde- d soldiers: 'You are the salt of the army that will savor the whole mass and save it from corruption.' As times goes on the sacred and eternal law1 of God will be insisted upon In this building. It is our duty to make religion a positive factor in human lives. We must make religion a real power among the soldiers. We must show forth that which is of Jesus Christ." Tomorrow the mass will 'be at 10 o'clock, with one of the Passlonist fathers from the Sacred Heart Retreat as celebrant. .The Knights of Columbus will have three buildings at the camp. The main bulking is 60x120 feet and will consist of a recreation hall In which religious services can be held os Sundays. The other two structures will be somewhat smaller and will be used for the same purpose. All three buildings at Camp Zachary Taylor are about .finished and arrangements are being made Alphonse for a formal opening. Ohllgschlager, of this city, has been as secretary for the "selected Knights of Columbus buildings. The formal opening of the Y. M. C. A. building took place Tuesday flight, when the 4,000 soldiers, drafted men, mllitlanieh and regCatholic ulars, heard Protestant, say and" Jewish representatives there are no longer any lines of creed or race, for all are. Joined together as Americans In a, fight for democracy. Those who spoke were Gov, A. O. Stanley, Benjamin's. Washer, the Hon. 53. J. "McDermott, B. Y. Mulllns, Mayor John the H. Busehomeyer, the Rev. Or, A. P. I .yon, Phllo C. Dti'ana Qn. Wilder. Former Lieut. cGov. Edward J. representing McDermott, the Knights of Columbus, stressed the importance of the young men coin- ive. holy communion. The Rev. "Edmund Baxter, 0. P., of St. Louis Bertrand's, preached a Bt. poration, but something more than an international qsji, nobody can Dolegatcs From tho South Are be surprised that Catholics of one Entertained by Eminent country share the JHes3ings afforded or the wrongs siffered by their Citizens. brethren in any oUser country what!"BBBlMiiii3BS&BSBnBgjjir kfflBBjS' . JsBdBikMM'n'r4i's'a soever. W6 have kad many tokens .hmm of this community of Interests on tho part of Cathquc people of the WILL ALSO CONVENE IN CORK United States, and" we aro particularly pleased fwhen, In answer to their pleading without any suggestion on . out part and without any intervening amis,, the President News from Ireland has been of the United Stakes, obtained from lacking for some time past, and the tho First Chief tKe promise of relatest from the Irish convention was ligious freedom. Tfco. method adoptfrom Belfast last Saturday, via tho ed by the revolution for fulfilling Associated Press. From this source tho pledges in ltst'new constitution Imposed upon Mexicans is the best wa3 received the following bearing Wi '18ilJBmlJLKJBBi ' ' '. "' PBBfawMSaiiiariri in proof that the Mexican Catholics Belfast date: are not they who aro to be, blamed The visit of the Irish convention ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH OF SUBMARINE ATTACK. to Belfast, where it IN THE CZAR'S CAR. for all the troubles of Mexico, since Photo snows clearly the wake of a torpedo that has barely mlss.ed holding a three dayB'has Just been they are 'the victims. The attitudo session, These United States army officers are taking their ease In what was tho ship from which the picture was taken. Tho steamer by making companied with some experience acCatholic hierarchy of ot formerly the Czar's private railway car. The table on the left on of the States has also consoled the a zlg zag course was able to dodge the torpedo. United us, Northern hospitality and enterprise, which an officer is sitting served a momentous historic purpose when because it shows ;that the slanders a stage in its progress, as t marks Nicholas signed on it his abdication. spread by the 'Mexican revolution who ever heard of a soldier sanding has been a great success in every have not obtained; the Intended rethe sugar?" This slap at the sense. sults, namely otj. discrediting the posing the National army adhering The Southern delegates who have preacher politicians and hypocritical hierarchy and people of Catholic to their religious training. Ho told reformers is a pretty good Jolt fos Been Belfast for tho first time this our own beloved Mexico. With my them that the man who Tears God the reformers In the Forward Club week have been entertained 'by the most profound regards for Your fights foest. Ho paid an eloquent League, but the Governor over- Lord Mayor, the Harbor Board and Eminence, I have' the honor to relooked another class In his com- eminent private citizens. They have tribute to the American flag which main yours sincerely and gratefully Receiving Quito a Boom For the parisons, and that is the type been taken to factories and shiparoused the audience to enthusiasm. In Christ. He declared that the type of young j known as the business man poli- yards and technical schools. They Democratic Gubernatorial men he was addressing would never Continues With Unrelenting Vigor tician. This latter class never af- have had for their sittings the magpermit that grand emblem to bo filiates with any party regularly, nificent City Hall. All this has RECENT 'DEATHS. Nomination. Oarranza Under tho voting the Democratic ticket one Impressed them. It is c process of said he sullied. Mr. .McDermott Regime. year, tho Republican ticket next, education as to the conditions of was delighted to see tho excellent The funeral ofiMrs. Mary Tompresults tho Y. M. C. A. had prokins, who died Wednesday night at and if the issue between the two thefr own country, which perhaps 2610'' West 3Valnut Itcmnrkablo Handling of President parties Is In doubt Is found regis- was necessary for these representaher home, duced at the camp. He said the street, will take Jplace this mornKnights of Columbus would ho glad tering as an independent. They tive men, often too localized la ial Contest Responsible to help mako the men stationed at Tyranny and Intolerance Toward ing from St. Charles church, are above mixing in the hurly-burl- y their experience, and it is at any of Camp Zachary Taylor feel welcome. which she was see of the. older of ward politics, as they call rate a good preparation for the For Comment. tho Church in Mexican, members. She leaves the following Tne speaker used Washington, as a it, but for the sake of "good gov- work they have to do. They are States."- - ; model of patriotism who. had little children: B. J. Tompkins, of Columernment" will always condescend to to hold a session in Cork in a week accept an appointment at so milch or two, when the South of Ireland Ohio; to gain, but a head and fortune to bus, J. T. Tompkins, ot Birmingham, Ala.; Mary Ellen, Gov. Stanley Pays 'Tribute will have lose for his country. He compliwill try to per andthat they to bamboozle the pleting the an opportunity of comprocess. public Sarah and Margaret 'Tompkins, and are making an mented tho Y. M. C. A. and the Y. M. H. A. for their work. awful sacrifice in doing so. Trencher Politicians and It may be added that the visit of Feeling of Gratltiido aud Apprecia- Mrs.R. P. Mcintosh and Mrs. Charles Duane. 7V The suggestion made in these the convention has also mado an tion Expressed' to Caron Belfast. columns last week that an invita- Impression Crowds ST. MICILVEL'S. Tho funeral ofiFrank Purcell, who tion should bo extended to the gathered at tho City Hall overy day dinal Gibbons. to watch these men from all parts leaves a wide, circle of friends and Democrats who were defeated in the On Sunday. September JO. Rev. Political Preachers. acquaintances, was held Sunday primary to come forward and com- of Ireland arriving and leaving. One Martin O'Connor and tho people of ' the Tom Cromwell, the Cincinnati prise a campaign or auxiliary cam- may wonder which must have been afternoon from the Church of the parish will have an elaborate Sacramc-jft-, Rev. paign committee in the coming the queerer mental exercise those Father and impressive celebration of the INSULTSAMERICAN GOVERNMENT Blessed O'Sullivan conducing the' solemn fifty-firelection has met with wide ap- going on inside the worthy Orange anniversary of St. -' THb"deceasa1vas twenty-si- x services.Wltnesslifg' his Grand proval and hundreds of Michael's church. Brook street, be years old and succumbed to heart FEDERATION OUTING TOMORROW high and low said that Democrats Slaster and civic fathers colloguing tween Market and Jefferson. Prethe sugSurviving him aro his trouble. gestion of the Kentucky Irish with Popish Bishops and Nationalceding the mass there will bo a American should be the first order ist M. Ps., or those of .the Catholic The persecution of the Catholic mother, Mrs. Mo.ry Purcell, and a procession In the church, when the of business to come before the City Etalwarts from Falls Road on bechildren and sodalities will sing the church In Mexico is being continued sister, Mrs. William J, Chawk. holding the same uncanny fraCounty Committee, A "Hymn of St. Michael." Solemn unrelenting vigor by President Many frionda were deeply grieved Enquirer political correspondent, in and comprised thusly would commithigh mass will bo sung by the pas with adver- ternization, t reports received whenthey learned of the death of discussing the Governor's race two tee to The all that the Democratic party tor, and tho morning and evening Carranza. Recent with by Southern Messenger indicate the Miss Dengler, beloved years hence says that numerous tise working in perfect harmony taneousone figure hailed respect sponEleanor was sermons will be preached by the extent of the persecution. Recently daughter of tho lata Georgo Dengler and impartial and greeted and that Rev. Father Enos, O. P. All the the parochial church of Cordova, in and Lillla Dengler, 1433 united front would Winter Democratic leaders predict that shown to a the common enemy be general on each appearance with a leading singers of tho city haVo charge of Father Kreel, was closed avenue. Miss Dengler was twenty Congressman J. Campbell Cantrlil cheer was John Redmond. in All this is to tho good both for November. Again an attempt should ueen invited, also tho Concordia by tho new Governor of Vera Cruz. years old and was a girl of pleasing will be the nominee, t nothSinging Society, which will form In answer to a protest heard from be made to squelch thoso who are the state of feeling inside tho cona character, held In high esteem by ing definite en vention and one of the largest choirs ever as- group of Catholic ladies from against oil who knew her. Her funeral took Mr. Cantrlil or his friends as to his trying to drive Democrats into tho outside it. Tothat in the country produce such an atsembled in ,any church in Louis- - his action, Gov. Agullar refused to place Monday morning with high candidacy. Louisville Democrats Republican party by unfair and unvine. (Mozarrs uweuin Mass win rescind his order, on the ground requiem mass at St. Brigld's church. and those nearby who came in con- wise criticism, designating defeated mosphere Is a necessary piece of be rendered, with Miss Kate New- that under the new constitution all tact with the Congrcssban last year candidates and their friends as work, and the convention is to bo man presiding at the organ and foreign priests aro forbidden to exFuneral services over tho remains when he was Chairman of tho State "soreheads," etc. Any man or men congratulated upon its success in irof. John Reckteawald acting as ercise the sacred ministry In Mex- of William IP, Glenn, beloved hus- Campaign Committee are In hearty who stake their all In a political this lino so far. But too much director., Solemn vespers will be ico. Father Kreel Is an American band of Anna Glenn, wero held Sun- accord with the above sontlments, contest Instead of censure or abuse must not be expected from mere sung at 7:30 in tho evening, at priest, pious, zealous arid hon- day afternoon' at St Cecilia's church, as all appreciate his splendid should receive, tho hand of friend- atmosphere; the more difficult part ship, which is the essence of De- of tho convention's task now apwhich a large number of priests orable; has been parish priest of attended by many of his old friends handling ll of tho proaches that of working out in will assist. Old members and Cordova for many years and is very and associates, He was the eon of campaign, the results being espcP mocracy. friends of tho parish are expected highly esteemed by tho members of M. J. and Mary Glenn and had spent daily marvelous when it is taken The Federation of Democratic detail a scheme upon which a may be secured and which to ho present at one of the services his flock. his Ufa in tho West End. Into consideration that the Hughes Clubs only want fair weather to at least. campaign money was poured Into mako their big outing at Klondyke may be relied upon to work. This incident affords a striking A correspondent, writing in SUDDEN DEATH. Kentucky like water, National Com- Camp tomorrow thq event of the a Illustration of tho gross injustice HIBERNL1N INITIATION. mitteeman Hert, of tho G. O. P., year in Democratic circles, and Catholic paper, takes tho view that wrought by tho now Mexican constiforty-tw- o QTodes and his co- If the convention Michael McGlllicuddy, should fail to having convinced the National Re- President Joe tution. It Is not extraordinary that years old and one of the best known publican Campaign Committee that workers say that the gathering to- find a settlement it would bo better At tho meeting of Division 3, A. a citizen of tho United States morrow will he a successful pre- that it had not met. His is a view O. H., held last Friday night, it to which the present Mexi- men of the West End, died Wednes- Kentucky was debatable sround. was decided to hold an initiation on can Government owes its very ex- day night after a short illness of and despite this" Congressman liminary to the race in November. widely held. A recent letter by a written September 21, at which time the istence should without any fault typhoid fever. For fifteen years ho Cantrlil returned a majority for Tho receipts derived will be glvon entire Hibernian baseball team and of his be deprived by that Govern- held the position of Inspector for Wilson and Marshall of nearlv to the campaign fund and every prominent Irishman residont in Iremany" "others will receive the de- ment of the privilege of exercising the B. F. Avery Company and was thirty thousand. tho present This showing was one should do his bit In seeing that land thus appraises grees of the order. President' John the functions of the most honorable popular with both officials and em- made without any flare of trumpets the hopes of tho club officials are situation: You ask me In the belated letter Riley occupied the chair and gave profession on earth, be ouste'd from ployes. He was a member of tho or display, all working in unison realized. about conditions In Ireland. They a cordial welcome to President John a position which he has filled ac- Ancient Order or. Hibernians, the together under his leadership, and wero clear enough on December, COUNTY BOARD. II. Hennessy and the members of ceptably fpr years and banished St. Vincent de Paul Society, Wood- the only element in the role of last; now they are like the. sun in tho County Board, who In turn in- - from tho country simply because men of America and a eharter mem slackers" was the A'ited all present to remain for the he is an American! The County Board, A. O.H., had the heavens. Sinn Fein has swept Such a law ber of Mackin Council. Left to clique, who gave tho headquarters called meeting that was to follow. is an Insult to the American "Go- mourn his death are his aged a wide berth and after tho surpris a called' meeting on Friday night Iho country. So far as I know the McGlllicuddy; ing results were returned tried to of last week at tho Hibernian Home movement Is not ' D. F. Dolan was elected to mem- vernment and the American people, mother, Mrs. Abby not was as well as to every other nation two sisters, Mrs. T. J. Scully and "alibi" themselves into a, share of that was well attended and full of even republican or bership and announcement Mary McGlllicuddy, and two the credit. but it is intensely democratic Miss Interest. President John H. Henmade that there were a number of affected by It. presided, opening prospective candidates whose appliin the sense Tho name of Judge Robert Worth nessy prayer. Secretary the meeting and Another instance of gross tyranny brothers, Patrick and John McGllliwith of opposing James the government of cations would soon be received. An and intolerance is reported from cuddy. The funeral will take place Bingham Is being mentioned as pos reports of the an- Ireland by Englishmen in the inread the invitation to become interested In tho State of Sonora. The new Gov- this morning from Holy Cross sible Gubernatorial timber for 1910. tho San Francisco convention and ernor of that State, Gen. P. Ellas church. For the past two nights also Congressman Alben Barkley, nual reunion and after a freo dis- terests of England, as has been the apform a club to make the trip was Calles, in a statement published in there was a constant stream of Judge John D. Carroll, Judge cussion his suggestions wero wero case since Mr. Redmond came into power. of praise received and read. The Visiting tho press, declares that none of the friends to the S6ully home, 3.419 Charles Hardin, Prof. H. H. Cherry, proved. Words spoken' for tho Hibornlan ball team These words Committee reported Tim McCarthy, exiled priests now sojourning in West Broadway, where the body lay Lieut, uov. James D. Black and Dr. in the Twin City League, and sug- cant, in view are doubly signifiof tho fact that the a pioneer member of the order, the United States will be allowed in state, to offer sympathy and pay A. J. Alexander, of Spring Station, gestion was" mado Ihb boys ar- writer of them is not a politician, still on the skk list and making to return to Sonora, nor will any a tribute of respect. the. Forward Club leader. In the range for a benefitthat game as tart only slow progress toward .recov Archbishop or Bishop of the CathRepublican camp it is pretty near a next year. Two death claims ery, financial reports snowed tne olic church be permitted to enter ''SELECT DR. FOWLER. certainty that E. P. 'Morrow will for provided for, which leaves the BISHOP IIAYB6' JUBILSB. were treasury in condition to meet all that Slatel For over a year now again be the standard-beare- r be- order without any encumbrance for being made to there has not been a slnrlc Driest Dr. J. W. Fowler. Sunorinteadant demands and efforts Last Saturday was the silver cause or his strong race two years death or sick claims. Messrs. James of the Louisville City Hospital, has reduce the home debt. In Sonora, and the overwhelming'! jubilee anniversary of the Right ago and because he is the strongest Lynch, Tim O'Leary, James majority of the population are de- Rev. Patrick J. Hayes, AuxHtary of the liberal Republicans. His op Lawrence Mackey, Thomas been .spending the week in Cleveprived of the consolations of relig- Bishop of New York. Instead of ponents say that a defeated candir L'angan and others made short talks, land, attending the nineteenth an ACTOR LOUISVILLE BOY. ion which they crave. These occur- the usual celebration of such events, date ean't come back and some of all of whom, seemed elated with the nual convention of the America degree Knights In the cast of "Believe Me, Xan-- rences are indicative of the condi- the fourth of them want Dr, Ben Bruner, of progress tho two divisions are maki- Hospital Association, to which he' (.carried an invitation to meet here tlppe," playing at Macauley's Thea tions that prevail today In nearly Columbus, at the suggestion of the Louisville, to enter the contest on ngin 1918, The convention opened ter tnte week, is Teiio vveoo, a wen every section of the unhappy land Bishop, will have a solemn patriotic a strictly dry platform, and others Tuesday morning with the most known Louisville boy and son" of of Mexico. Shall the Catholics of vesper service at St. Stephen of the latter account for Morrow's YPItES IRISH NUNS. representative the late W INeih Webb, who was a the United States qot continue to church tomorrow evening to be- showing by saying that the attendance ever Tello Webb raise their voices in indignant pro- seech the Almighty to bring the prominent attorney, ceremony has Just known, delegates coming from the A touching element knifed Gov. Stanhis dramatic debut playing test until our Government is bloody conflict in Europe tox a ley and that the latter's campaign taken place in the new home of Red Cross, National Defense Counmde -Juvenile roles with the Aquinas aroused to action? speedy ending, consistent with his was also badly mismanaged, citing the Irish nuns of Ypres, Merton, cil, the War Department and Union of St. Louis Bertrand's church parish holy will, and to bring back, safe the attempt of some, of his leaders near Ennlscorthy, Ireland, where a merous other public bodies. Mayor Guadalajara In the amorig his associates who took phurches of El Santuario, Mexiealt-zing- and sound, our- - men and hoys who to purchase the labor vote through fine convent has been erected to re- Harry W. Davis welcomed the deleand part in the different amateur proEl Carmen, La Purisima, San go abroad to fight. Bishop Hayes a few professional labor politicians, ceive back the Sisters who found gates to Cleveland, and to Dr. Fowductions are John J. Crotty, Walter Francisco, San Jose and two or will preside aad give the solemn the Tesult being that .Stanley was hospitality In Belgium in the dark ler fell the honor ef making tko Hensley, Will McNally, Dave Burke. three more hare been closed by a benediction. Rev. William B. Mar- hit hardest where (he union vote penal days. Sir Thomas Esmond, response, which evoked hearty aaw Neh Webb, Jr., Mrs. Hugh Finn-gaL., the eloquent pulpit of restore to the nuns piause ana mane Menus for Kiss decree theirPresident Carraasa, be tin, S. T. St. Patrick's Cathedral, was strong. of Gov, Stanley, he cer- M. P., came to relies saved Mm. Joseph Meehan, pastors, cause two precious from tueky. Speaking Webb. Mrs. James Reedy participated in politics.it is alleged, orator of Euaenia The only will be the preacher. The musical tainty struck a popular keynote in burning Ypres during the bombardMiss Blanch' Gordon, the. latter political act and Fonjrr hours. that can be charged, programme wOl he of an unusual his address to the soldiers at Camp ment. The first Is a magnificent two deoeaved. Miss Webb, a Bister against them it political it can be order. Zachary Taylor when he. said: "I sliver monstrance which has been of Tello Webb, is also in th pro- called Is Forty Hours' Prayer will reading to their conThe the have seen piety in Congress when in the convent for a long period and fessional ranks. gregations of the pastoral letter of DAXCK GLASS OVKXTXa. millions of dollars were appropri- is of fine workuanship; the second next be held in this city at tae the Archbishop, approving protest ated and there were hints of graft, comes at. an opportune time, for it Church of the Blessed Sacrameat on MACKIW GOUlf&Xi MASCOT, of his brethren1 ot the hierarchy Miss Blanche Mitchell announces bttt I never heard of' graft in the is the silver crosier of the Abbess Bast Washington street, onWng - in constitution framed the opening of her dance classes as treat works trusted to the officers of Ypres. Both were handed to with the high mass tomorrow morn- The Mackla Oowneil ball team against the new The of the Irish com- lag aad continuing until Tuesday. at authorities all follows; Class at Second and Jacob, of the army, Some politicians the Abbaas-etohas signed a mascot to make bis overQueretaro. the country have boon notified Friday, Septsiaher ft, elan days. nowadays aro preachers and. some munity ot Benedictines, Mother Those solemn but beautiful s t debut tn the Twfe wilt be conducted hv . and Friday;- Richlsjtd preachers aro politicians. I have Mry Maura, O. B. B., who season. The wwoomer is bounclo to arrest Archbishop Ofosco y Jim-iaKing's Hall, October 26 f known ohureh leaders who prayed the astf Abbess, who did not wherever found. class Jor, Rev. Father tfBulltam. who baby boy who ha fust arrived at signed The following the home of Manager "Bob'' Sheck-le- seph, Arehblshop letter Mexico," "Jo- New Albany, Saturday, September a , powerful lot on dundays . and. Ksrtiv th borron, a4 ajurtajtios of will have tho assistaaos of a num of has 2; ber of the local clergy. sanded the sugar on Mondays, but Um ticnt to Ireland, of 2819 Slevln street, hhsoHK jjt & RjnsjnvnnnEHniBHBnHnnnjBHnjflB WFTBtJaTssT , ttflsisl nJafl been sent from SadlAntonio to Car ftdinal Gibbons: The protest Your Eminence!,, agreed to by theftArchblshops of last the. United Statesjv in their meeting held at "Wkshington, under the Presidency ofSYour Eminence, against the new cojjstitutton framed by the revoiuwmiets, Jias so touched the heart f all the Mexl- In the United can refugee Bish own name and btaf.es that, in th In behalf of all tholic Mexican people, they cons! r It a duty to present to Your inence and to tholic hierarchy all the American gs of gratitude their deepest fe - HARMONY That Prevails at Irish Conventta Amazes the Belfast Peo- pic. 9 Ljnii . anil annraAtaftnn ImM T rin olftn Hv . As the Cathmeans of this olic church is nog a national cor- lett. Ancient Enmities Arc Forgotten Sojourn in tho Ulster Capital. at ; 'HflHi ix. fnftw' m CTk ' PERSECUTION CANTRILL -- . st - man-at-ar- buL'-tha- has-be- Wilson-Marsha- set-tlem- the-natio- . -- Haly-Beckha- m n, Me-Tig- ho ; Mc-Tlg- -- Haly-Beekha- m . o, n, i ct OUy-Ls- ne es . r, T4ar at - - tu 4evo-tfoa- - -- &- -- : i kijS Z . 'y ', .'i,3$"L 'ly , JPiM tk v .. , jaz&xirvTJCJgrs' xjctxam AWEmjLCjkJs:. rf KENTUCKY IRISH ! nMERiGM atf Cabs1U Mn'i PUHLISH8I) BVRRV SATURDAY. W44 t the Sscltl m 'Jer! AdvacMHeBt el Irish Amertesw Officially lademed iy Ascleat Order o HMienUos, Young Ik- - tltute and CslhoHe Kalghtt ol America. K S NTU CKY IWtftH AMEWIOAN PRINTING CO., lacofporited, Pualtefters SINOLE COPY gc KBSCXIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR B.iUi4 th to LalyHI PncWe 1st KINTUCKY . 8n4-C- U U(riU IWSH AMERICAN, i in fliitUr. JIMI W.it drees St. ., , " Ml (flgADES (fpffi COUNCM, fr nrjISVlL-LE- , KY. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER IS, 1917 WILL OUIUl THEM. industry Control ot the- . sugar during the war has 'been placed voluntarily In the hands of the food administrator by representatives of the refiners, who agree to Import all sugar through a' committee to be named by Mr. Hoover. This arrangement.. It is hoped, "Will assure to the corJsumor a fair and just price during tho war. Such an assurance was badly needed. Gradually the food profiteers are being ruled out Last year they had of the game. everything their own way. But they That Is overreached themselves. ivhy the Government has had to curb them. 1VATSOXIANS. police temble again the Chicago carried out orders of Mayor Thomp- son, and now Illinois .has a nice little war on tho sldo between Gov ernor and Mayor and State troops add Chicago police, all revolving around the right or abuse of free speech. If there can bo legally no limits set to the right of free "speech tho Mayor Is right. It was his lut" to protect this right with tho f.rces at his command. But if the right of free speech is limited by other rights tho rights of Individuals, institutions or the nation itself, the Governor was right in his attempt to suppress the seditious meeting of pacifisms. Wo believe in free speech; but we do not believe that the abuso ot it cliould be protected by tlvll -- , - A nation must protect lu the decree of tho Postmaster authority. Itself from seditious utterances by General barring Tom Watson's from the mails here are forbidding them and by punishing That much is generally adsanvpla WaUonian expressions quoted them. mitted, now That wo are In a conditho court record: for "Why not call Woodrow Wilson tion of national stress. Those who by tho name of tho King or the would claim the right to attack tho Kaiser or the Czar if tho constitu- Government at this time could ex tion is to be treated as the Kaiser pect no favorable judgment. It Is not tho right of free speech they treated tho Belgium treaty? "The Kaiser did not swear to sup fare exercising, but an abuse of that port the Belgium treaty. Woodrow right which they are perpetuatlng- Wilson did swear to support the and It Is a dangerous pastime. Tho brlcging up of this question In con- constitution. "Aro we like the sow returning 'nectlon with the war probably will to her wallow and the dog to her result in a clearer legal definition vomit to go back to the mediaeval-Is- of the right of frees speech Heretoof personal rule a Pope's word fore the judgment of most of us has Dayton, Ohio. Chaplain Brophy, of tho United ruling the Church, tho King's word been curled away by a catchword. Miss Mary Kelly has regular army, calls very clear convictions as returned from Catherine to relatives Statesvery potent means of attention Wo have luling the State?" a visit to a keeping to the limitations of free speech; at Vlncennes, Ind. the absent soldier faithful 'to his religious duties. He writes: PEACE. but it takes a timo liko the present FIGHT FOR Misses Sallle and Simono Thomp"His new environment will bo a to bring home to the American peoAmerica's war object Is Its own ple as a whole that there Is a 'vast son, of Prestonla, are attending real trial and may be provocative of dangerous laxity. The absence protection through the overthrow of difference between liberty ot speech Holy Rosary Academy. of home influence and the difficultho system of military aggrandize- and the license Miss Margaret O'Neil was a re- ties of a new .mode of life may help that has too often ment. America believes democratic been mistaken for it. cent visitor at Boston, the guest of to crowd out the Interests of his governments, expressing as they .Mrs. W. F. Troutman. soul and furnish a ready excuse for remissness in what his faith exacts must in the main the common CARE PARENTS HAVE. Mrs. Catherine Burke is home In from him. Furthermore, he will man's hatred of war, will In the have after a ten contend with Although the teacher assumes Jeffersonville, Indianapolis.days' visit spect, to foolish timidity human regreat majority of cases keep peace. to friends in a that makes America Is" fighting to save itself, great responsibility when he reonp do weakly and stealthily and Murphy has returned son forego altogether Miss Benita the things and if possible all other pacific peo- ceives the pupil entrusted to his ples, from the fate of Belgium, care, the parent should not feel from Bay View, 'Mich., where she which profit us most to do and visited Miss Katherlne Malone. which God wants us to do. The Serbia and France, 'and it will not that every' obligation" Is" thereby relatlvesof soldiers have an excelpeace until It has attained lifted from him. That was an exmake Higgins lent opportunity to help them over Mr. and Mrs. William u this end, so far as this can be as- cellent Injunction offered by Rev. were In Bardstown the past week, these pitfalls. They must continue to wield the same influence which sured under present conditions of J. L. O'Brien, Director of tho the guests ot Mrs. Anna Talbotf. was so effective nt home. Let them Bishop England- High School of human organization. Mrs. W. P. Rooney, who has been write regularly and frequently to Charleston, S. C, when in his cir- the guest of Mrs. Peter Bulger, has their soldier relatives, urginc,them AMERICA'S AVAR PURPOSES. cular letter to parents he appealed returned to her home at Seymour, to be faithful to their lellgfon, to frequent the sacraments and to atto them to put a ban on moving ind. Touching upon the official ut- pictures, tend mass rogulaily, even If It enor at least prohibit the atMiss Frances Corrigan has re-- tail some sacrifice. Let each memterance, the Chicago Tribune points tendance of their son or daughter urned from Buffalo, where she was ber of the family take part In this out that President Wilson's reply to on school days. the guest of hoc. aunt. Mis. R. J, sort of correspbndence and help to He says: "Dre: tho Holy Father in no sense sugward off any tendency to religious gests that any personality is involved juur uuugmer moaesiiy ana de- Wollmuth. indifference or neglect on. tho part ST. PETER'S CHURCH. cently. Frown down clothing which Mrs. John T. Malone and family of their soldier relative." in consideration of peace. That offends against modesty and Invites will return next week from Bay The peopje ot St. Peter's parish must be for the Germans to deterare mourning tho departure of their PRAISES CATHOLICS. mine. The conditions tho Allies slurring remarks from boys and View, where they have been spend- pastor, ReV. Edmund Kaiser, O. M require are a removal of tho threat men on the streets, . Don't make a lu5 the summer. X Wo gladly comply with the re- C, who left last week for Washingm j fnn rtiif rt irxii to their future security, which is The marriage of Miss Viola M. quest for Its publication and give ton, where he will attend tho Cath' not essentially a person, but a sys- mm tne value of work. Supervise Enters and wiiilnm j. Tinii win space to the following beautiful let- olic University and take up mission His successor Is Father tem. "The object of the war," says the study and home application to take place Wednesday at 8 o'clock ter, written by Gov. A. 0. Stanley, work. of Kentucky, to a Catholic friend of William Peborl, O. M. C who has reply, "is the delivery of the lessons of your boy or girl. Keep at Holy Trinity church, tho been pastor ot tho Church of the his: free peoples ot the world from the your growing boys and girls home Immaculate Conception at Trenton. Jerry J. Driscoll, of the Hender"I have lived, a good part of my N. J. Father Kaiser was an earnest menace and the actual power of a with you at night. When they are son route freight department, has life In the mos't pleasant and inby every resivast military establishment con: out be sure you know where they been confined to his home this week timate association with Christians worker and was liked both Catholic piofessing the Catholic faith, and dent of the parish, are. Some young people are bet- with an attack of the grip. (rolled by an Irresponsible governnnd for his young I have been impressed by their. and ment," which has fully illustrated ter liars than you give them credit Miss Josephine Schmuck has re- steadfast loyalty and ardent patriot- people he proved ,a faithful its dangerous and devastating char- for being." turned after spending a pleasant ism. Such a thine as concerted on- month visiting relatives and friends position, either to the constitution acter in this war. If Wilhelm II, CALLED IIY DEATH. In Oweflpboro and Cannelton. br to the laws of the, land, on the NKKI OF and his family departed and the part of Catholics as such is, iff my present system remained we believe eighty-tw- o Mrs. Bridget . Ryan, Misses Maggie Keenan, Margaret minu, absurd and preposterous to Ono of the nipst urgent needs of years old. died at her home near we should soon have another disEuller, M. Brannigan and T. every man who has any the present day is the clamoring were among the Louisville accurate knowledge of the charac- Centorville, Bourbon county, follow aster of war. v No matter Tiow re- demand ing a short illness of grip. She was for mass outfits for our visitors to New York the past ter of the Catholics of America. luctant to make war the masses of formerly "The Sisters have proven the born in Mis.& Bridget Kehr and was people might be, war army chaplains. In Georgia, Texas weak. the .German Ireland. sincerity of their faith and their She came County Limerick, a young and other Southern States. there are to America when would bo precipitated just the same. spent the sacrificial devotion to Him whose Miss thousands and thousands of men in summer Alice Clasby, whohomo and lived continuously The President therefore being an vacation at her here, name they profess and whoso good girl time in Bourboa county. since She that American and believing In the training, and tho chaplains of tli has returned to Frankfort and Is worKs tney perpetuate in every was tho widow of Patrick Ryan, a pacific instincts of all 'peoples, takes vailous companies Svhich are locatd again secretary to Rodman Keenon, time of peril and disaster. Those Bouibon county farmer. Mrs. Ryan at these different points are begin Clerk of the Court of Appeals. whohave seen these silent evangels is survived by three daughters, Mrs. his stand on good American of love ar)d charity In tho midst William Biophy, Misses Margaret ground and says that wo will ning to feel worried about the lack Joseph 1'ltt, .of Fairfield, was of pestilence and disaster can not Ryan, and one "son, necessities talk peace with tho civilian peoples of ia to you, for tho saying of mass. host at an enjoyable picture show question tho sincerity of their pur- and Elizabeth all of Bourbon county. Patrick Ryan, It fathers, mothers, broth- party, followed by a supper of the Central Powers, but not with in pose or tho beautiful " 'V ers and sisters, who perhnps have Bardstown, in honor of Miss Elizaof their lives. I have little paaw uncontrolled government satur- someone FRANKFORT. in training flow, that this beth Campbell, who was visiting at tience with a man so lost to every ated In military philosophy, which request sense of decency as to question the for donations out- Falrleld. After spending n delightful sumhas for .the central law- -' of its fits should appeal to for mass Percharacter of a Sister. Many ot myl mer vacation at their homes in mostly. ' John being tho doctrine of helmeted J. dotty, T. H. Rellly, T, most valued friends aro to be found Frankfort, vMiss Anita Sower, Miss haps ycur soldier boy, for tho lack W. Collins and W. D. Eckert are among the ordained priests In the Bri'slan, Miss Elizabeth of necessities for saying mass, may home from a business trip to Now Catholic church. TJiej' are meu of Mary Meagher and Miss Anegla Haldl come back to you, not the good York City, whore they spent their tho highest character, In whose left Moiiday for Georegtown, where FREE SPEECH. Catholic boy you sent to the front extra time taking in the opening nioral worth I place implicit faith, they will study at Cardome Acad and whose Intellectual attainments emy. Miss Josephine Briggs has Nat long ago tho right of "frep to fight fdr liberty's cause, but the amusements. I very much admire. I assure you Kone to Nazareth, and Miss Mary , was Invoked in this coun Irreligious boy which tho lack of speech" Misses Evelyn and Margaret King that it affords me great pleasure Logan and Miss Mary Han etowart try to cover slanderous attacks on such facilities' would' undoubtedly and Harry King, or Louisville, are to pay this sincere and voluntary will resunio their studies at visita the Catholic church. These attacks mako of him. The cost of the mass in Frankfort with their brother, tribute to your church and those tion Convent at Georegtown. Miss who have pefsetuated it. King, and cousin, Mrs. Mary LeGrande Geary will matricuwere provocative of disturbances; outfits for chaplains, which contain John J. "A, O. Sfanloy. Margaret soyeral Midway High School. but what cared tho "lecturers" or vestments, chalice, in fact everything weeks' visit. O'Bryan, for "P. S. While I, am not a Cath- late at tho wll return to Mount St. John the promoters who wero taking" in for the mass, is $100: and while we olic, I am not the Ipss lacking In Mary'sHaldl Emmittsburg.. at Miss Elizabeth Campbell has re- respect for the church." the quarters of the gullible dupes know that all of you can not afford give an outfit complete, stll w? turned from Fairfield, where she wh'o paid to hear salacious slanders. to ASKS LADIES TO JOIN, CLERICAL CHANGES. Any protest against the abuie ot do know that most, it Hot all, are was the guest of the MIsse3 dewith The ladles ot the Sewing Circle of free speech was construed to be an in a position to send a donation, lightful who entertained party a and The Rev. Father1 tleorge Scheld-le- St. Charles Dorromeo'a congregation even it It be small; and for that evening' afternoon card attack upon, an inalienable right of dance ia her honor. since last December assistant are urging all thoea who do net be reason we aiott urgently beg of you to Dean Charles CUrran at Holy long to Join with tnem ami meet American clHseaship. Miss Mary E. Donovan and Trinity chureh, New Albany, has every Thursday afternoon, wheajhey Today the right at ire speech is to leee bo time in sending us your jojlleet time being liiacuMed but from a dif- - donation toward the purchase of Charles IL Youns, well known resi- been appointed nastor of St. Mary's have the accomplishing imaginable- - as much work. outfits, of which' about dents of New Albany, were united Magdalene chureh at Holton, Ind. well as tl ferent amjle, amd as the True Loogoo-teIn marriage Tuesday evening at Rev. John Hannlgford, of to the Catholic aoiy Traity rectory, jcev. not attacks um120 "re wall pnU H, it KFPORT8.TO BE IUfiUfKWftD. has come to Holy Trinity In his rather place. the Catholic church that are being Church Extension Society, 750 Mc Charles Curran performed the A press dispatch from Rome says defended under tbi shibboleth, li.it Cormicjr building, Chloasjo, HI. the Pope has confided to neutral ANOTHER PB1K8T CfHrLAIN, attacks upon-thGovernment ltS9lr. diplomats there that he is not disSir. and Mrs. Thomas Menne, Jr. QUKKN'S DAUGHTERS. it Thfl otter day a small band of Mr. and Mrs.-- Frank Carves and One of tha vary newest of' tha couraged even by the unanimous pacifists, calling themselves the Mrs. John H. Buschemeyer lias daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Harry army chaplains is Father .Finn, the rejection of his peace proposals by "People's Council of America," met been appointed as Chairman of the Boyer and children were in Bards- famous Chicago Paulist choir dl-- the entente belligerents. Re is derepeat his efforts, as a great. in Chleafo. In summarily dismiss Christmas Bttoppe of the Queen's town during; .fair weak - and were isotor, who has madeyouthful musl-- termined to is duty hound to spare sootaty oq of male he feels he tha Chicago police earriell DsAMfcten. The first maettaar.or past entertained at' the how of Mrs. L. ing them tha G. ten ww hei on ftidar of the roieaa and fed. it ia a uooesaful no atteurpfto shorten the war and out orders issued to them by Gov. wee a tne worm entared to tour around tha world. Father Ftum, prereat its prolongation tor another l.owdpn. eathusiaem, of Oswego, N. Y, Ia aUcnrln them to winter. As October weddiaf of aiaeh ht--' la a 1 m terest will be that of Miss ,Anita EVBNTS. '. accomplished IT ICromtn, the and Sentember 27 Charity picture J' popular daughter 'Of Mr. and Mrs. , ."II entertainment or Bandana Club at uiiaries j. uruimn, aim rreeuric John Galvtn, whose engagement has West Broadway Theater. October 11 Fall social of Men's just been announced. Society ot St. Anu's church In hall, The marriage of Miss Ruth Mary Seventh and D'avies, afternoon and Lanahan and Dr. S. Raymond evening. of Penn's Grove, N. J., will mammoth be solemnized today. October Rev. The euchre and lotto of Trinity Council Charles P. Raffo will perform the m club houSe. Baxter and Morton. ceremony In tho presence of tho members of the immediate families A PRAYER. and a few closo friends. .1 TIfk.... n n v. .1 Somewhere across the infested sea, JLfljk UUIKI IVUC sUli n 4, frtlt ItUU ...ITa tlllU Serving the. cause of liberty, a.iss uuna uon, or Jeiiersonviue, anil Curti3 Krleger, of this city, reDear Lord, Is my brave son. I know not how he fares tonight, turned Saturday from a two weeks' motor trip through Kentucky, Ohio But keep him ever in thy sight, For I have hut the one! and Michigan, during which they enjoyed themselves at many places Thou gavest two to bless my life, and a number of pleasure resorts. But one fell early in the strife son! My Mrs. Emma Mattingly and grandAvlth He his comrades marched daughters, Misses Louise Hanlon, away, Mary Lo"hg Hanlon and Patricia And then a message came ono Hanlon, have closed 'their summer cottage at Wequetonsing, Mich, and day Dear Lord, I have but one! returned to their- - home on Third street. They will be joined later by lhen, while so sorrowed and bereft, P. J. Hanlon, who is In New York Though only he to mo was left, at present. , I could not say him nay, Who urged that duty bade him Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan, of go Galveston, Texas, accompanied by he i.8 country called, him said, and so their threedaughters and son, have stay? How could I bid been visiting here this past week as the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. John But, O dear Lord, 'tis hard to bear, J. Sullivan, of 80J Rubel avenue. With not another child to share Mr. Sullivan is a former resident of The hearth when day is done! Louisville and is a brother of Mrs. I can but kneel to thee and pray: John J. Sullivan. Be with him through tho hellish fray Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan, of And keep thou safe my son! is spending ten days here visiting friends and relatives. I know the cause Is good and true Wednesday night she was honor I know that suffering must ensue guest at a delightful reception at Before the fight is won. the home of her sister, Mrs. L. Yet bear with me, O Lord, this Trunk, 3010 Virginia avenue. Mrs. night; Ryan is accompanied by her daughBe thou my solace in my plight ter, whose home is at Richmond. And guard my only son! The marriage of Miss Anna G. Walz and William C. Ridge took 06MMXlC8HtC83XeXS08C8aCaCWW place at St. Brlgid's church Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, Rev. I Father Jansen, the pastor, officiating at the ceremony. Miss Rosa Walz, a sister of the bride, and William P. Hennessy were attendMiss Viola Heffernan, of Clifton, ants. Following the ceremony a v is at Winona Lake, Minn. wedding supper was served at the Seelbach Hotel; The bride is" a Miss Anna Rlhn lias returned daughter of Mrs. Rosa Walz, of from a visit to Mrs. Charles Edelen 1144 East Broadway, and the groom is tho youngest son of Major at Bardstown. and Mrs. P. J. Ridge. Mrs. Robert Herr, Jr., Is the guest ot Mrs. Philip O'Bryan at WRITE YOUR SOLDIER HOYS. lN TC0MJ3TG 1 -l 1 fc :t lfri NEWLY ELECTED .KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS OFFICERS. 1 Falr-chll- d, w1 A V. IHHH HHjHHI' vJran Hl first-begott- en HENRY B. M'BRIDE E. J. O'BRIEN, r B. Financial Secretary. J. SANDMANN, Advocate. Trustee. HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVENUC SONS MARKET STREET WCaP0HArO We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. h, BOYS' SERVICEABLE . SOGIETY. SCHOOL iPu.uu SUITS uu.Uu . Splendid New.Patterns, Wool Mixed Materials, Well Made, Priced at Only $4.95 Special While They Last Boys' School Waists 55c Values For 39c: AJJLi - "BOYS' IN STYLES school shoes IN -- AIjLi SIZES .5 .. ' . READY! 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Economical EfficientReliable 1 Service, Louisville Home Telephone Company INCORPORATED VvWVkVVWVVVWV WE'LL FIX THAT re FAN FOR YOjU aPvr obch Better look over yoar fans NOW and let as repair the which need it BKFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT CHIJLDERS ELECTRIC CJO. INCORPORATED. Phone City 135 333 WEST MAIN STREK1 Sixty-on- e year-olBank, to which you can Starts a Satltigs Account with this safe, and add jl 01) or more at any time We add absolute safety 00 8 per cent. No cost to you whatever same courteous attention given the depositor of Jl or the depositor of $10,00. The d GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Bi Clok State Government Supervision Second and Market CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. New Location JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. West 1:07a. Phones Shawnee 1243. with quoting a strong witness not of our faith, the Methodist Bishop-W- . A. Candler, who says: "Now we may as well understand, first as last, that the policy of lellgionless education and unmoral culture can end in nothing but tuln. It will increase inQuestion, tellectual power beyond but the power it will thus generate will be lawless and dangerous power. And we can not, by anything done outside of our schools and colleges, make up for the want of religion in them. The Sunday-schocan not offset in one day what the secular school does in a ol Is .more praiseworthy," "None says St. Ambiose, "than he who can be praised by friend and foe." Hence we will content ourselves Cumberland H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. RIO FJSHR A.VRJNXTK Telephone 1022. It yai feoyi prepax. aa dncation that will thorn for llf. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGL 113 W. Broadway, KatliTlU., Xy. HAD NOVEL SCHEME. Conducted by tha Xaverjan Brother. Builaea. and Bcleatlflc Classical, Cournea, Preparatory Department, Larji An Irishman who is noted for his Swtmmlur fool. Wall Equipped Oyaaea in Hro Jajaaa, Dll wit went into a public house Toreia Modorat London and called for a glass of week." This is another striking admission that tho Catholic church has had no reason to change her ways In this matter, even if we consider only the statistical success of her schools and colleges and universities, which show a growth of more than 300 per cent. In twenty-fiv- e yeais. iu. bitters. Tho tumbler was not full enough for Pat's satisfaction, so he auietly asked the publican how many ban els of bitters he "sold In a , 1NCORPORATKD week. "Ten," replied the publican. Clean GroceryJStores. "I think," replied Pat, "if yor " 1 he Best For stand me a pint I could put yez on eleven barrels a Goods delivered free anywhere a plan to sell week." within six blocks of our stores, "Agreed," said the landlord. handing hi ma pint, "How now am I to do It7" Fat, taking a big drink at his "Always pint: new fill your glasses." QUAKER MAID' Less' FRED ERHART ARCHITECT SUCCB86 AS BUILDER. HINTS FOR THE HOUSE. To keep flowers fiesh, placo a pinch of bicarbonate of soda in the vase. To NORTON H.W. BUILDING Corner Fourth and JeffersM water before putting them Into a make glassware clear and sparkling, add a little washing blue to the soapsuds when washing. If ink is spilled on the carpet or table cover, cover It immediately with salt, as It absorbs the ink. Powdered alum added to ordinary stovo blacking adds to its brilliancy. Oxalic acid and jaVelle water are excellent for removing ink atains. ' New tinware will never ruat "if greased with a little freah lard and baked In the orea before it la Daring his archlepiscopate of eleven years the late Archbishop presided Blenk, of New Orleans, over many archdlocesan improvements, Mich as the Ursullne College, costing 1400,000; Mater Dolorosa Name shrch, $100,000; Holy church at Algiers, $150,000: St. Francis' church, $80,000; Loyola University-$40,008; at. Joseph's Seminary, flM.OOO; annex; to Hotel $100,000, and Incurable Dleu, need. Home, 80,9OO. , Rev. Joseph Hill, S. J., who died recently at St. Mary's College, St. DIVISION 3. Mary's, Kans., was a native of First and third Fridays, Hibernian Washington county, .Kentucky. His 0 Home, Portland. parents weie members of an old and President John M. Riley. well known Kentucky family, which Vice President Tim O'Leary. was among the first to migrate from Recording Secretary John MarMaryland to Kentucky in 1785. His ancestors were among the fust set- tin. Secretary Financial John J. tlers In Maryland. He entered the During Broderlck. Society of Jesus in 1884. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. he was stationed the ear 1893-9- 4 Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. at Creighton University. For the Sentinel Thomas Noon,. past fifteen yeais he had been at St. Mary's. DIVISION 4. SHOWED TIIK WAY. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. The local Advertisers' Club did President Thomas Lynch. a good turn this past week In arVice President John J. Barry. ranging a banquet for the members Financial Secretary Thomas J. of the Louisville ball club and the fans, this bringing to the public Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. mind just what a good "ad" It was to have a winning ball team in tho McDonogh. Treasurer John F. Burke. old town. President Marvin B Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Lowman and his associates In the Advertisers' Club are In the game Sentinel M. J. IcDermott. at all times and their progressive and spirit has made a hit with the fans explained the work planned for the coming year, there was an earnest and players alike. TRINITY COUNCIL. discussion of conditions arising BARDSTOWN. Trinity Council, Y. M. I., is plan- from the war and the duty that conning to do its bit in regard to get- fronts the local federation, which Bardstown Council, Knights of ting its members in good physical requires the services of eery deleColumbus, at the last regular meet- condition, hawing secured tho serv- gate. ing elected the following officers ices of Charles Parsons as athletic for .the ensuing year: DKOLARKD DISLOYAL. Grand instructor the coming seasbn, and Knight, T. A. Spalding; Deputy as the new Instructor's ability Is Grand Knight, F. E. Daugherty; well known Trinity Is sure of the At the last Mayoralty election In Financial and Recording Secretary, development of good athletic ma Chicago a Catholic was one of tho J R. Smith; Treasurer, Harold terial. The Euchre Committee an candidates. Voters were urged by organizations Chancellor, Hurst; Joseph F. nounced that the annual mammoth all the Boone; Advocate, Victor L. Kelley; euchre and lotto would bo given to vote for his opponent, who was "Warden, G. T. Mudd; Inside Guard, on October 24 We would not go so far and 25. Kirwan elected. Spalding, Jr.; OutBido Batman has been selected to fill the as to say that Mayor Thompson was Thomas Guard, Johnson Mattingly; Trustee, vacancy of First Vice President and elected as an issue; W. J. McGill. James B. Kelly, Jr., that of Col- but certainly he had the support every element that hated of the lector. church. We wonder how the voters ORDAINED SIXTEEN PRIESTS. of the city by the lake are satisfied DAN CUNIFF INJURED. with Thompson now. The National Cardinal Farley ordained sixteen young priests in New York City to Daniel W. Cuniff, the veteran let- Security Leaguo has declared that take the places of the New York ter carrier and prominent In Cath he Is disloyal to the nation. An pastors and assistants now serving olic fraternal circles, was badly In- effoit is being made to Indict him in the army and navy, the following jured early Wednesday morning by for treason. Tho agibeing tho list: Hugh A. Cronin, being struck by an automobile while tators seem to bo singularly unWilliam B. Dugan. John J. Duffy. crossing Broadway, near Second fortunate Jn their friends. John B. Snyder, Joseph A, KIrwan,. stieet. His physicians report that Walter A. Atwater, Charlton J. in addition to being ibadly shaken CLEARING WAR SITUATION. Burns, Andrew A Cyacki, Bryan J. up his hip and legs are Injured. McEfttagort, Charles F. Danforth, Cardinal Gasparrl, Papal SecreGeorge H. McSwceney, Henry A. tary of State, returned Sunday to TOUCHING CEREMONY. Sullivan, Albert J. McGovern, Romo from a fortnight's vacation Thomas H. Dean, Thomas G. Another . touching ceremony In and immediately set to work, toand Edward A. Hayes. France during the past few days gether with Popo Benedict, on the was the attendance of some 2,500 accumulation of documents received WEARING THE UNIFORM. Irish soldiers, at tho Basilica of during his absence regarding the Papal peace Initiative. To thoso Moie men are actually in service Notie Dame des Miracles, St. Omer, who approached him Cardinal Gasunder the flag either as soldiers or where a novena was in piogiess. parrl said: "Whatever happens, the The soldiers arrived with sailors than at any time in the uenerals at their head and three proposition made by Pope Benedict forty country's history with tho excep They attended mass, In favor of peace will have the eftion of the closing year of the civil staff officeis. fect of greatly clearing the situafor their war. The Government gives out said presence ofIntention on Sunday tion." Bishop Julien. of in the exact number of men at present Airas. After the mass an -- Irish under arms as nearly as it can bo chaplain ascended the pulpit and COVINGTON. compiled. It shows that 943,141 men are now in uniform. This does thanked the clergy of Arras and Saturday week the Right Rev. for not Include any of the 687,000 men their Bishop British their unfailing Bishop Brossart, of Covington, to After of tho National army. It Is es kindness knelt for soldiets.Bishop's passed the forty-fift- h anniversary of timated that already 100,000 have ail had outside the the church there his ordination to the priesthood. In been accepted and by reason of that blessing reservedness, defile before him when keeping with ills fact are now part of 'the military was a grand the dopr of the rectory no celebration ofusual event was tho forces of the United States. In the lie stood at held and the day was observed months elapsed since the .war began and took the salute while tho band quietly. Many congratulatory mesapproximately 1,300,000 men have of the Irish regiment played patri- sages woio received from fi lends When tho three Generals volunteered. This includes all re- otic airs.before him they went over among tho clergy and laity. jections for the arnjy, navy and arrived to him and, kneeling at his feet, Marine Corps. RED CROSS SOCIETY. asked a blessing on themselves and their men an act of humble faith OIBOHIA NEEDED. At the beginning o this year tho which was greeted with applause by membership of the American branch present. So many are the appeals for those Society was of the Red Cross elboria that the Catholic Church Ex175,000. It is now more than MENACE IRISH PEOPLE. tension Society has oa file that It 6, 500,000. The organization has" has become necessary to make If Ireland and the people of the 2,400 chaptqrs, with representation known to the Catholic public the city of in great need of this particular Article Irish race shall continue to enjoy outevery country. lmportanco throughtho of church goods. If you would like their present high status before the to help brighten tho life of a lonely civilized world It will be not beTIIK ALTAR BOY. missionary priest you noed only tend cause of, but In spite of, the senseof $15 for the purchase of a.ciborium less and reckless emanations A material help for boys to prepublications proclaiming and the Extension Society will see certain themselves to be specially dedicated pare for futuro life is to serve at to It that your gift Is sent to a. He who sacrifices his missionary. Donations may to the advancement of the Irish me altar. We do not hesitate to say morning 3leep, overcoming sloth, to be sent to Tho Catholic Church Ex- cause. 750 tension Society, McCormick that these crazy performances un- minister to the priest at mass is der present conditions constitute the aheady by a privilege fulfilling the building, Chicago, III. most serious menace to the hopes functions of one of the minor orders. The devout server at mass CRADLE WE ROCKED. and ambitions of the Irish people even as enunciated by these same shaics in its graces next to tho Kentucky is the cradle of the publications. Tho piesent should be colebrant, and more than the ornow great Holy Name Society lu a season of sanity, sense and so dinary faithful who assist at it, and many an altar boy, as ho glided the United States. One hundred and briety. about the sanctuary, mingling with hine years ago that cradle was the invisible angels who hovered SOME PARSNn' STEW. rocked in tho parish of St. Charles around the Victim pf th& Sacrifice, In Marlon county, diocese of Louisville. Three slices salt pork, fry out; has felt the seeds of vocation The register of the society at St. Charles, dated second Sunday threo large parsnips, peel and slice; sprouting in his soul. Rev. Francis in Lent. 1809, is preserved in the three onions sliced, six potatoes Cassllly, S. J. sliced, enough water to cover; add archives of the see of Louisville. salt to taste; add one tablespoon INGRATITUDE. sugar. Cook until the potatoes flour GAINING SLOWLY. "All my efforts to bo useful up. Then add milk to suit. Add around home come to naught," piece of butter size of walnut. This walled an Atchison man. The Right, Rev. Bishop "The of the Wichita 'diocese, will make a good dinner for six other day it entered my head to do was confined to his room at St. persons. the family washing. But because Francis Hospital laet week. He I put tea towels In the washing THEY HAVE. is reported gradually gaining, but ine-with white clothes", and later obliged to cease all activities. Is white We got a breviary published in put colored clothes with Ireland, thinking we 'would get clothes, and still later washed aomeUtlng different and we did, but dishes with water I took front the TOLISIl FOR JRA86. we hould have gotten a pair of washing machine after the waehlag Vinegar and salt are very good neeki to" complete the purchase. wa done, my wire oraerea me 10 to poMah 'braeeware; wash off with- They have wonderful eye In Ire- leave the premise." Kansas City, aoap and water. land, 'they aay. Catholic Advance. Star. 1818-182Inter-Southern Dig-na- n. aOOriNQ, OUTTSRXHa, BFOtJTIXS CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. See us about anything in real Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted estate. We sell, buy and rent. PRAISES THEIR LOYALTY. 1SPHALT SHINGLES A BPECIALTY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Provost Marshal Gen. E. H. toil Wait Broadway, roaliTlUe, Xy. Borne Phone City 4464. Crowder, in a letter to Col. P. II. Callahan, Chairman of the CommitCOMPANY SNEDDON REPAIR tee on War Activities, Knights of Hancock and Broadway 803 East Walnut Street Columbus, expresses his appreciation Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, of the attitude of that order, the WaU Paper and Window Shades Former Foreman Overland Louismembeis of which have decided not ville Co. Room Mouldings, Ploturo Frames to claim exemption for the several Overland, Colo and Knight Motor hundred of the membership who md Window Shade3 Mado to Order. Cars Our Specialty are doing Important educational Homo Phone City 2517. Phono City 6007 and recreational work. Gen. CrowKNGRAVKRS der says fliat "this attitude is so F. E. YANN "DAIRY COMPANY fine and reassuring and so full or MHUCII ENGRAVING COMPANY what I am pleased to call genuine INCORPORATED Americanism that I can not refrain ARTISTS. ENGRAVER8 from sending you a personal word ELSCTROTYPERB G08-51- 0 to congratulate you." SOUTH WENZEL ST. LoulsTlUe, Ky W. Mala St., tm FEDERATION. Both Phones 4202 Home Phone City 5874 The regular monthly meeting of CnAS. ANSON WM. AUGUSTUS the Federation of Catholic Societies Successor to C. Molter was held Thursday night in the Contractor of Excavating, AH building, but- - the at BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY tendance was somewhat disappoint- Special Attention Given Picnics and ConIClnds of ing, due perhaps to the numerous Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets' crete and Wrecking. public and other attractions. After 319 SOUTH the delegates to the Kansas 'City Phone City 4803 PRESTON ST. Homo City 2000 104 S. I'rcstoiit convention made their reports JO. 2?X,rrR cd -- ...GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. High in Heat. Low in Ask. anti-Cathol- ic S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPnNY INCORPORATED. anti-Cathol- ic NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Home City 405 five Cmali. South 415 V-- - FOR WOMAN'S EYE. anti-Cathol- ic Con-bo- y feet wide. Boots are cut higher and laced. The new Paris fashions are here. Taupe is to bo the most popular color for fall. The new gloves- are of heavy wash kid with gauntlets. The heavy fabric glove In white will be worn nil winter. There is no disposition to keep the fashion of long sklits. to the The fur capo coming waist is to bo a popular style. Coat suits are made of velour. duvetyn and a now quality of serge. Coats have little fullness when they're long and none when they're short. Collais aro excessively high on coats and blouses, one-pie- Sklits are GERMAN, BANK ? fX" 1 t mi' fftfnif A Fifth and Market Sis. 'As A Special almost indcscilbable. The up to tho minute girl will A Special e wear for fall a serge dress. Tho underskirt will be short and much tighter than has been seen for tho past few seasons, one-piec- frocks. lengths- - for The most favored skirts nro from six to eight Inches from tho ground. Hats are large and small, high and low ciowned and the styles Ner to You as the Nearest Phone" FUNERAL FLOWERS Spray $3.00 Wreath $5.00 WHY HE RAISED HIS 'HAT. W de-sevl-ng The spirit of young America is well Illustrated In tho following: A Sister of St. Joseph, about to return a block or so to her convent, looked around the street for a companion. A polite boy passing at tho time tipped his hat to her. The nun smiled and immediately Called to him to escort her to her convent. "Where do you go to school, sonnie?" she said, smiling to the gallant youngster. "I go to tho publlo school," was the ready answer. "What church do you attend?" was tho next question, and the boy answered quickly, "I don't go to a church, I go to a synagogue, for I'm a Jew." Muph astonished the Sister responded, "Well, this is wonderful that you, a Jewish boy, should be bo gracious as to tip your hat to a nun. How does It happen?" The boy smiled knowingly and said, "Sister, I always tip my hat to a Slgter, because if I, didn't do so tho guys on my street would knoclc hiy block off." The Tablet. BUNS. cream mnams.m tourih Avenue tailrvMrv We telegraph Flowers leo isiAixmt Mm Everywhere Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces For the next three weeks we are going to offer all of our laces at a liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and It will pay our customers to write us at once while our stock Is complete. out-of-to- -- Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S, FOURTH ICEDGEREE. rico Hen-ness- y, ' One pint flour, mach- salt, three tablespoons corn meal, ono cup sweet milk, one egg, one tablespoon sugar. Bake In quick oven, - tartar, two teaspoous one of soda, ono of AVE. - Have ready a cupful of boiled per person and allow one tomato per person. Stew and sieve ONIONS. . the tomatoes. Allow one egg to If onions are placed in water ten each, person and scramble egg to- niato . r, ...... aalt w minutes befere, the peeling , they ...... &nrl ttrA with ...., . ml .b- 'Jttet as for scrambled wllLHt eawse the eyee t iwwart. i eg. f.ff-pe- o - ,i iT ' fgj wwwwf Bacon a sqh " INCORPORATED ",M" JtCJrrXJOKTir IRISH A2DEMIOA&. EASY TERMS On mm We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. the Householders' Ciulf Plan Of Purchase At Specials in the September fe Housefurnishing Sale Jelly Glasses; clear lies, with tin tops No. No. 3 6 STEWART'S pk xe IKjSwjK'AKEiHffLwJ ' MMMBB,ysMMBSNBBMMSjJHjMiMLBw "HkHVlivSFBSKiEllfflBBsHSlSHnsKHBflSBsBflBSlBBBM' glass Jel- 12-inc- h each Meat Dishes; There are a great many things which' you can buy at Stewart's on which you need make only a small payment Among these are furniture, rugs, many lines of house furnishings, etc. Ten months are givon in which to complete the payment. The interest we charge is less than the "fee." WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise) have been returned to collectors of Surety Coupons through their redemption. "Wc givo and redeem these valuable coupons, which means a most substantial saving on all your purdown. chases. ..50c elze, dozen size, dozen 20c 35c I: Chamber 1'ails; of gray enamel; 70c Cream Pitchers; price, each Cups and Saucers; per dozen each 91.50 ..20c r i". per dozen nates; per dozen Plates; per dozen riates; 03c Dinner Sets; in"decorated American porcelain and consisting of 42 pieces; price, per set..$1.25 83c Water Tumblers; in bell .or $1.00 $1.25 : per dozen Plates; per dozen Soup Coupe; per dozen each each each Plates; 1.40 $1.25 ..; linkers; Nappies; .30c .20c Meat Dishes; .15c shape and having dninty etched band; an 10c size, at, each having assorted Elcctrolieres; metal bases, art glass shade; complete with cord and plug; specially priced for Monday at ?5.00 Aluminum Preserving Kettles size $1.45 size ,$1.50 Clothes Props; of straight grain wood with notched ends; straight z. FIRST JAPANESE MISSION TO UNITED STATES 1860. This historic photograph shows first Japanese mission that arrived in the United States. The photograph shows from left to right: Lieut. Nicholson, Lieut. Lewis, Lieut. Porter, Lieut. Simms, Capt. Capt. Buchanan, son of President Buchanan; .Lieut. Maury and Paymaster Allison. illll WIMMMMIMIIIIIJMllill Du-po- nt, William J. Receveur, Treasurer; Gilbert Powell, Advocate; Frank Rltz, Warden; Louis L. Vernia, Inside Guard; Joseph Bruns, Outside Guard, and John A. Cody and James A. Thornton, Trustees. K. OF O. VICTORS. WE WELCOME COMPARISON OP STEWART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. Stewart Dry Goods Co IPCORPOOATtO rt hi CMMchoQ Wiib James He Crmy i Co New Mctk. each, 10c a K FIFTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE, SEPTEMBER 10-15, 1917. SUPREME IN HORSE SHOW HISTORY Saddle Horses Premiums $CO,000 Premiums Hen Bier 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. KItEMEK, Secretary, 004 Republic Building, Louisville Reduced Railroad Rates. Fivc-Gaite- Championship of America $10,000 d BARONESS DE RONSART. This old lady nursed the wounded In Company with Florence Nightingale in the Crimea war, now eighty-fiv- e years old. HIBERNIANS. Past News Notes. JOS. DOUGHERTY, President. E. E. LANNING, Vice President EDW. H. NIEHAUS, What They Have Been Doing Sec. and Treas. Week General the DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED COAL CO. With two initiations this month there will be a substantial Increase in membership. Ed Keiran and Thomas Hannon made short talks at Division 4's meetlnlg Monday. was Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. Office and Yards City 3101 Hardly second to the local fans Interest In Louisville's dash for tho pennant is tho notice taken of the local Knights of Columbus team, who gron two victories over the Christ Church team, the amateur champions of Cincinnati, last Sunday, thereby winning the right to tako further part in the elimination series for tho national amateur championship. It will bo remembered that tho Knights lost a quesg game at Cintionable cinnati tho Sunday previous and had to win tho two Here last Sunday for revenge, which they did handsomely. The morning game at Eclipse Park was a corker, ending 1 to 0 after a stirring pitchers' battle between Darnell for Cincinnati Clresl for and Michael Angelo the home boys. The afternoon game showed an awful reversal of form for tno visitors, making flvo errors and only four hits off the Italian Count, who twirled better ball than In the morning, striking out eleven men and walking none. Tho final Tho Christ score was 19 to 2. Church pitchers "were "dessert" for nam Clifford, who poled out two home runs and a triple out of five times up. Manager Tom Clines announces that the Knlght3 will now play tho New Orleans team, winners of. the Southern amateur cham pionship, for the next leg of tho championship, the game to be staged at Eclipse Park on Sunday, September 22. "Bud" O'Brien, the "hustling manager of the Champs, and a star infielder of the Twin City League, will play second base for tho K. of C. team, succeeding was Curley, who last Thursday called to Hattiesburg in the service of Undo Sam. eleven-Innin- VO"11 osJkfBBai nvBBBBBBll FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE Has been the favorite kind. 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I iiP; BANNON PIPE CO. ; The annual reunion at Baltimore a great success, the efforts made being well rewarded. The Ladles' Auxiliary will furnish fifty mass outfits; for Catholic chaplains with the United States army. Division 3 will meet next Friday evening, and President Riley plans to take In the members now awaiting degrees. A roster is being kept of those who have joined the army, who will be kept In membership until after the war. Hibernians throughout the West End feel sympathy for the veteran, Tim McCarthy, who has been 111 for three months. Big Tom Noone knows every Hibernian In tho city and always gives the glad hand to visitors at meetings of Division 3. Dave O'Connell, one of tho old guard, was a visitor at Division 4 Monday evening and made a goodH old Hibernian talk, Messrs. O'Leary and O'Brien, of Division 3, aro enthusiastic "rooters" for the ball team. It Is such support that counts. Martin Mullaney, Business Manager of the ball team, is now busy gathering In the paraphernalia to store away for the season. President Tom Lynch, of Division 4, Is receiving the congratulations of his friends on the nice promotion 'he received from tho I. C. R. R. President Riley and Lawrence Mackey have been working with tho degree team, and feel confident of a successful exemplification next Friday night. Minneapolis scored the third and final victory in the tug of war contest with St. Paul and become possessor of tho Bremer cup. This was the feature event at the field day at St. Paul. The combined divisions of Cincinnati and vicinity tendered a reception Thursday night to those of their members who have been called to tho colors. Attorney Paul V. Connolly delivered a stirring address oh. the patriotic duty at the present time. In connection with the membership campaign the Los Angeles Hibernians are making it is most pleasant to note the very complimentary address on a similar campaign twenty yearn ago, made by Bishop Montgomery on the occasion, and the tribute he paid to the division and its officers for the work which they were doing for "our people, our Holy Mother tho Church, our country and for Ireland." ELECTION OF OFFICERS. of the New Albany Council Knights of Columbus will closo a very successful year with the Installation, or the following officers, who are prominent In the business life of that city: Grand Knight. C. Urban Zoeller; Joseph Fouger-ouss- e, Deputy Grand Knight; Robert Y. Ryan, Chancellor; Anthony Zoeller. Recording Secretary; Herman Vernia, JHnaaeial - Secretary; ONE MORE SERIES. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. Milwaukee plays here again toby day and tomorrow, followed Kansas City In tho closing series of the season, the last game being next Wednesday. Tho Colonels should trim Livingston's Brewers the remaining two games in revenge for the awful blow given them at Milwaukee last month, when Louisville lost three games, those defeats giving the club- an awful setback In the pennant race. The fans of Louisville, Indianapolis and St. Paul have certainly been on tho anxious seat this week because of the " great battle for the pennant flag, the winning of which is still in doubt and the leader today has no strangle hold on the championlo ship. About tho best thing-th- o cal fans could wish Owner Wathen is that tho Colonels and Hoosiera finished tied up for tho pennant next Wednesday evening, and then let the league officials got together e series to and arrange ar honor. That would decide the bring a little world's series of our own In this section and give the players and fans alike some great sport for a closing bill. three-gam- Ohio. Eighty-seve- n at tho K. of Beulah, Wis. men O. were present retreat at Lake WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 028 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH PURE RYB LouLsrllle, Ky TRAGIC DEATH. Charles L. Kelly, a well known young man of Louisville, was killed in an automobile accident at Carney's Point, N. J., according to a telegram received by his mother, Mrs. John L, Kelly, of 709 Florence Place, Wednesday night. Tho message gave no details of the accident, and his family was at a loss to know whether he was killed while riding in a car or was run down bygone. Kelly's death is tho second tragedy in tho Kelly family. Martin, another son, who was a steeplechase jockey, was injured on an Eastern track about ten, years ago and brought home, where he Another son died of Injuries. started to school about eighteen years ago and was never heard from again. Young Kelly left Louisville flvo months ago to accept a position as timekeeper with the Dupont Explosives Company at Carney's Point. While hero he had been a clerk at the L. and N. office building for several years, and at one time was a rodman with tho City Engineer's years offico. Ho was twenty-si- x old. His father, John L. Kelly, a night watchman for the L. and N., his mother, a brother, Frank Kelly, and one Bister survive. their war fund work at a big'theet-In- g to be held next Tuesday night. J. C. Flanagan has been elected nlng for the biggest initiations they ever held, to tako place October 12. Gov. Stanley has been invited to bo one of the speakers at the Discovery day celebration at Newport. The Knights of Columbus building and chapel at Fort Ben Harrison aro being rushed for the Catholic soldiers. The Knights of St. Louis set out Monday to raise $100,000 as a contribution to the war fund. Archi bishop Glennon headed the Executive Committee. The Knights of Newport will eliminate feasting and dancing and day with a observe Columbus strong, patriotic demonstration In the open on Fourth street. Kalamazoo Council presonted a stand of ' colors to tho Thirty-secon-d Michigan Infantry. Tho presentation was made by the council chaplain, Rev. Father McQueen. Thirty-fiv- e applications were turned in at tho meeting of Denver Council on September 4, the work of only four days. It is practically certain that a class of 100 will bo ready for the Initiation on September 30. ONCE AT ST. ROSE. Hon. David J. Walsh, of Massachusetts, will bo tho Discovery day orator at Cincinnati. Tho Knights at Toledo will closo ! j I . DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT . f y ! Prompt i NONE PURER CALL NO. 467 Lm BEER Sure. S3 NONE BETTER "Delivery Service?" EITHER PHONE, IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Sewer ami Calvert Pipe, -- Baaasa's Fateat Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits, Wall Cejiarf, Draia Tile, Ytori&e IricK, Fire Preeiaif, Flae Liaia, Fire BricK Grate sad Seller Tile, Grtaai Fire Clay, Caiaae? tap. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON . CUMB. MAIN 507. HOME PHONES CITY KORKS -- 13th rad Breck. sHdMsgaeUa Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOtlt. 573-1786. i HII IHIIWH IHttHHUH I I i II I Dr. Thomas Esser, 0. P., SecreINCORPORATED tary of the Index Congregation, LOUISVILLE, KY, Rome, was recently consecrated PHONE CITY 859. Titular-BishoBishop Esser Is in year. At one time his ho was at St. Rose's in Kentucky. A Case of Good Judgment. Ofder a Case ef He studied at tho Universities of Bonn and "Wurzhurg; was ordained as student of tho Seminary In Cologne, In 1S73. Then he studied at tho Minerva in Rome, and canon In 1877 law at tho Apolllnaro. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager ho entered tho Dominican order. Later ho taught at tho Institute of Due to the creat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, the Dominicans in Benlo, Holland, and at Maynooth In Ireland. Tor and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. four years he was professor of PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. canon law at Fribourg In. Switzerland. Since 1300 he was. Secretary of tho Index, Consultor on the Com- Cumb. Phone West 191 Heme Phone 1911 mission for Biblical Studies and THE HONOR ROLL. member of the Commission for tho Codification of Canon Law, and Is In the vestibule of St. Ignatius distinguished for his archaeloglcal, Catholic church, Park avenue and mstorical and theological writings. Eighty-fourt- h street, New York City, hangs a roll of horjor with the names Dlt. ABELL TO LECTURE. sncoaroKATEB nlnety-oigyoung men of the of parish who have enlisted In some Dr. Irvln Abell, our local and branch of the United States service lecture to since war was declared against Ger- prominent surgeon, will the Knights, many. The names are arranged in his brother members of evenalphabetical order surrounded by a of Columbus next Wednesdayreputatarge gold frame, apace being left ing, and as he has a wide at all leading bars and cafea. 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