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Floyd county, and Mrs. Adam Schmitt, of Now Albany, and a brother, Fred Knapp, of Jefferson-vilialso survive. e, American DEMOCRATS Smith meeting last night at Banner Hall is none other than our former Dave District Detective ELECTED BY C1LPTER. cluded its labors on Thursday of last week. The chapter transacted much business, electing the following fathers to serve as' Superiors for the next term of three years: Provincial, Very Rev, Alfred Cagney, C. P. First Consultor, Very Rev. Eu gene Creegan, j. P. Second Consultor Very Rev. Denis Callegee, C. P. n, Master or Novices, Jerohio Reu-terma- m Dow Wire "Will BCAM.YTHANMHW SCREENS .MtiZbfna & Iron Works Protect Ten LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1917. PRICE FIVE GENTS. SOLDIERS 'Turn Out In Great Numbers and Attend Mass Last , Sunday. PREJUDICE Catholics in Present "War. ROOSEVELT AND CHAPLAINS. Writing Columbus, to the Knights of Being Allayed by Conduct Patriotic Sermon by Rev. Father Edwin Itonan, Eloquent Passionlst. Itev. Father O'Maboney Will Kespond to All Sick Galls. PRESENTED OUTFIT FOR MASS religious Impressive services marked the second Sunday of the Knights of Columbus building at Camp Zachary Taylor, which were attended by hundreds of soldiers and a number of men and women from the city. In tho main auditorium mass was celebrated by the Rev. Father Alphonsus Krulp, C. P., vice rector of tho Sacred Heart Retreat, and a sermon was delivered on tho gospel of the day by tho Rev. Father Edwin Rowan, C. P., who announced that pending the arrival of the regular army chap lains sick calls at tho camp among the Catholic soldiers would 1)0 attended to by tho Rov. Father J. P. O'Mahoney, of the Cathedral, chap-Iai- n Council, of the Iiouisvlllo Knights of Columbus. The sermon was one of advice and instruction, particularly directed to the soldiers at the camp. He said in part: pre"A wonderful opportunity sents Itself to overy young man called to tho colors, Ho Is called on td defend his country, and moreover to let the influence of a good life bo felt by his comrades In arms. You who have the gift of faith will be watohed by those who do not believe in God, and they will mark In you the fine points of a Christian character. Be true to all the noblo Instincts of a childhood nourished by a good mother and a kind father, and seo to it that their early lessonk are not forgotten at tho training camp or on tho army lines. "Honor or disgrace depend upon your acquittal of duty. Pure pa triotism is nothing else than a love oi country ana loyauy 10 us ure and intei est; lovo, tender and strong; tender as the lovo of a child for its mother and strong as tho pillars of Hercules. The soldiers' presence at Camp Zachary Taylor is not a matter of mere sentiment, but rather a duty binding to faithful service You aro the favorea children of our republic, for the honor of defending and preserving unsullied and untarnished this great land of ours ds yours. But you will bo equal to the gigantic task, for) you go forth nurtured by that church which proclaims all mem aro essentially equal, all endowed with tho same immortal soul on which is stamped tho imago and likeness of well-round- agrees with themupon "the urgent need for additional chaplains." He furthermore makes the statement that had his services been accepted he would have chosen a Catholic priest as his chaplain at headquarters: "If I had been allowed to raise the division of volunteers which Congress authorized me to raise, and had beon given a brigado as I requested, I should have appointed as headquarters chaplain Vattmann, a retired chaplain of tho regular army and a member of your church. He Is by birth a German, but he is straight an American and as good a citizen as is found in this country. I know personally of the admirable by various work done Catholic chaplains last year on the Mexican border, including my friend Father Joyce, of the regular army. I am absolutely certain that over In Europe the Catholic chaplains will do the same kind of admirable work that they bavo done in Mexico. One of the two or three greatest and most heroic figures of this war Is that of the great Catholic ecclesiastic, Cardinal Mercier, of Belgium." Mgr. Vattmann, to whom Col. Roosevelt refers, was tho first chaplain of any denomination to bo mad6 a Major in tho United States army. A special vote of Congress and Senate was at the time required to raise him to this posi Though in his tion. h year,, he Is at present engaged as military chaplain of ono of tho largest forts in tho country. He entered tho United States army forty years ago and has seen service pf every kind In our various wars, including our conflicts with tho Indian tribes. Col. Roosevelt had notified him of the intention to chose him as headquarters chapMon-slgn- or seventy-sevent- Col. Roosevelt cordially entortalnments, selling lemonade at socials and in other ways that do not require much ".effort, whllo at the same time they afford wholesome recreation. ,'A. largo quantity of knitting wool ,vwhlch had long, been delayed In transit has arrived of at, headquarters and is ready for distribution among those who pregarments fer knitting to mjiklng with the needle. The headquarters aro at 619 South .JFourth street. ji ii SCANDALOUS Will Mako an Effort to Secure The triennial chapter of the The Term Hcfcrrcd to Fartornal Western Province of the Passionlst Vote For' tho Kentucky Politicians by Father Fathers, held at the Sacred Heart Soldiers. Retreat on tho Newburg road, conFlannery. Democratic Campaign to Open Next Tuesday at Walnut Thcutcr. Louisville Public Amaczd at tho Hypocritical Attitude of Herald. Associate Edittor of Southern Guardian Exposes Nefarious Lutheran Pastors Are Charged .With Disloyalty and Treason. Praises Gorman Catholic Clergy and People For Patriotic Stand. RECENT DEATHS. Sunday afternoon funeral services were held ov tho refnalns of Mrs. Georgia EnoaJ at Holy Cross church. Deceased! was tho widow of Thomas Enos and leaves three daughtors and threo sons. Mary Iaabello Mrs. Overton, widow of G. W, Overton and one of tho older , members of St. Plans. Official Organ Used to Build a Machine For Political lain. HIBERNIAN AUXILIARY, The Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., at a business meeting Wednesday night opened a campaign among the members and their friends to procure a mass outfit for use at Camp Zachary Taylor, and any donation will 'be acceptable. They also request members to send prayer books, magazines and papers for the soldiers to tho Hibernian Home, Eighteenth and Portland, or to the special" committee, Miss Bertha King, Miss Mary Corcoran and Mrs. Dan J. Dougherty. The ladles are also passing a circular to tho publican behalf of the freedom of Ireland, asking all who bellevo In liberty to sign this appeal, to be presented to the President and Congress, who should have the same interest In Ireland as they have for Belgium, Poland or Russia. At tho meeting on Wednesday, October 3, the auxiliary will have a 'box party at the HIbornian Home, for which each momber is requested to bring a box of eatables. Aftor the party there will bo a dance for the members and their friends. A green and gold contest for new members was organized, with Misses Bertha King and Mary Corcoran as captains, and each will havo tho members as coworkers to increase the division to 300 membership. The contest 'will close with a supper. ten-cent superiors and kind to all. The main auditorium and the two club buildings of the Knights of Columbus at the camp aro practically completed. The auditorium 111 contain benches, chairs, writing desks and such other equipment as Is necessary to make it a combination of recreation hall and club room. At one end is a stage and in the rear, a gallery. On the stage is an altar and on each side a Bacristy and confessional. A drop curtain In front of tho altar leaves ample room for private meditation, and allows the main building to be used as a public hall when mass la not being said. The gallery is adapted to accommodate a moving-pictumachine as well as the members of a choir. Pianolas, chess, checkers, cards and similar means of entertainment wUl be on hand. Alphonse Ohllgschlager, the secretary in charge of tho buildings, will reside at the camp. His duties will be to organize the soldiers so that they will largely furnish their own entertainment 'by having glee clubs, games, minstrels, match reading circles and such other entertainment features as may be most agreeahle. There will also bo a library on hand, The buildings of the Knights of Columbus 'will be open to all soldiers, irrespective of religious or fraternal affiliation. The Secretary will report eacli morning to Washington headquarters on Wanks to bo furnished for tho purpose, and In this way It Is hoped to acquire an accurate account of all matters of unprecedented character aiid Importance. The now mass outfit, tho gift of Col. James Klnnarney, will arrive during the coming week and be ready for tho Sunday following. re vlc-trola- God." Tho speaker begged tho soldiers to keep their thoughts pure, to bo Upright in all their actions, honorable at all times', respectful to one-ha- lf TAKES LOVELY BRIDE. s, Marvin B. Lowman, the genial advertising manager of the Stewart Dry Goods Company, left quietly for St. Louis last week, and on Saturday took for his brldo Miss Edna Amrein, the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Amrein, Ef the Mound City. The marriage, which was solemnized at the homo of the bride's parents, was the culmination of a happy courtship and engagement of more than three years. Mrs. Lowman has been prominent socially in St. Louis and Is a claimant of the $150,000 estate of the late David J. SIgniago, wealthy fruit merchant. Slnco coming to Louisville Mr. Lowman has been active in business Interests of tho city and State and has won a host of friends who wish for him and his wife a long life of bliss and success. The couple aro now on a long wedding trip. ORPHANS LOSE FRIEND. LAID TO REST. ,t. Tho funeral of Mrs. Agnes M, Gohmann, one of the moat highly esteemed women of New Albany, was held Wednesday morning from Mary's church,- of which she had long been a devout member.. She was the beloved wife of Arthur years Gohmann and was fifty-wre- n old. Her death Is mourned through-ou- r the city, and for the bereaved Dr. W. A. Blndewald, seventy-si- x years old, for more than thirty years physician for the St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, died of stomach trouble Wednesday night at St Joseph's Infirmary after an illness of one month. Dr, Blndewald graduated from tho University of Louisville more than fifty yeais ago and had been a lifelong member of St. Boniface church. He was prominent In church work and took special interest In the orphans, by whom he will be sadly missed. Surviving him are two brothers. Dr. Henry Blndewald, of Louisville, and Anthony Blndewald, of New York, two and sisters, Mrs. M7 B. Schwcers, of Augusta, Ga., and Mrs. E. W. Hermann, of Louis" ville. llENSLEY VICB CHAIRMAN, Walter R. Hensley, of this city, who Is widely known la, railroad circles, Is now Vice Chairman or the American Commission on Car Service for the Louisville district, This Is a recognition of his ability husband and family there lsheart-fel- t and greatly pleases his lesion of sympathy. Decide her husband friends. At a meeting of the comshe la survived ty two eons, Leon mission Monday it was decided that H. and Arthur M. Gohmann, and after October 1 the "life of a ear roar daughters. Misses 'Bessie, Mary, order would be twenty-tou- r hours. Helen and Ruth Gohmann, Three which should facilitate transnorta- sister, Mrs. jatary Wuasch, of idon and release manv ears tar lm- Gary, lad,; Ure. James Terry, of mediate nee. Charles congregation, passed into eternal rest Sunday night at her home, 2235 West Chestnut street, EULOGIZES POSITION OF CHURCH leaving many friends to mourn her REPUBLICANS LOTTERY SCHEME The funeral was held death. Wednesday morning, Father Raffo conducting the solemn services. was All Democrats agree that Edwin C. Hill, a writer In the John J. Beckman, aged forty-tw- a timely suggestion made byit to Now York" Sun, calls attention State a well known painter, died tno rapidly receding wave of re- Monday afternoon! at bis home, Committeeman Charles M. Harris, ligious prejudice, stating tho unfail- 1226 South Shelby street. Left to of Versailles, at the meeting of the ing patriotism and loyalty of the mourn his loss ate his wife, Mrs. Democratic State Central and Ex ecutive Catholics being the cause, and cites Anna Beckman; ono son, Raymond day In Committees here aWednesresoludaughters, Beckman, which he offered and Jtwo tho present situation in Wisconsin. Misses Lillian and Ora Beckman. tion empowering the committee to In direct contrast to the loyalty of The runoral services were held take steps 'with the Federal authe Catholic clergy tho writer men- Thursday mornlngat St. Vincent de thorities giving our soldier boys an tions the disloyalty of tho Luth Paul's church. j," opportunity to vote in November. eran pastors and their followers, Up to the present there has been and that disloyalty Is not only ex Stricken wlth. paralysis Mrs. no provisions made for a Kentucky hibited in Wisconsin but In the Elizabeth Pelton passed' away atter soldier to vote In the elections, tho whole Middle 3Vest. Mr. Hill Bays an Illness of two 'days at tho resi- Democratic party suffering by this the weekly programme in the dence of her daughter, Mrs. Geqrge unfair state, and in the last election Lutheran churches Is as follows: Sherley Nix, 2321 West Market street. Sho Congressman and tho "The constitution of the United was tho mother ori Lorenzo Nix and Democratic ticket In this district States is read In German, and the was held In high esteem by a wide we're tho sufferers because 90 per pastor calls particular attention to circle of friends. The' funeral was cent, of the First Regiment boys an interpretation of a section which held Monday morning from St. then at tho Mexican border would would- - mako it appear that the Michael's church, Ilev. Father Mar- have voted the Democratic ticket. constitution forbids the sending of tin O'Connor offering the requiem New York State shows a good extroops to a foreign country. He mass. ample in this respect by sending f tells them that In times like these ballots to its soldiers no matter they must know what is going on Friends and relatives were deeply where they are. In the last electho best way for Germans grieved to learn t of the death of tion the New York soldiers voted and that to .know what is going on in 'viola- Mrs. Katie Darmody Mundy, while at the border and In the comtion of the constitution' Is to subwife of Michael J. Mundy, ing election the State will make scribe for La Follotte's Magazine, 1524 Bank street.Fafter a brief Ill- provision to send 125,000 ballots ?1 a year. Then the people aro ness at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth and tho necessary ballot boxes to told In so many words that tho Hospital. Mrs. Mundy was thirty-fiv-e Europe. This Is as It should be, citizens of the United States have years of age and was a and the different local committees been forced to go to war with be- favorite among her friends because should aid the State bodies in seeloved Germany by American mill- of her splendid character and dis- ing that this measure is carried ionaires and British agents and position. Besides ' her husband sho through. The Republicans in Kenthat it is their duty to do everything loaves two Bisters, Mrs. Harry tucky aro naturally not Interested possible to Jielp Germany win tho Keeder and Frank Rommel. Her in seeing that tho soldiers vote, as war. funeral was held; Monday morning the percentage of enlistment is Very must bo explained right here from St. Patrick's church with re- small among the negroes, who com"It that this charge against tho Luth- quiem high mass, ; tho church being prise tho great bulk of the Repuberan church is to be heard not thronged with sorrowing friends. lican vote. only in Wisconsin but all through The opening of the local Demotho Middle WestI have talked cratic campaign will take place Infirmities fifty persons about the attitude death or Mrs. Josophlne caused the next Tuesday evening, when a monto Kraemer, displayed by Lutheran pastors In wife on ster rally is being planned for the Simon of Kraemer, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois, Wednesday morning at the family Walnut Theater. Charles J. and their testimony bends to the residence, 641 East Chestnut street. nominee for Mayor; Judge R. one patriotic grievance, that every- Mrs. Kraemer came to this country W. Bingham, nominee for County where Lutheran pastors havo ex- from Germany when a child and Commissioner, and Judge Alex. r. erted a dangerous Influence upon was ono of the oldest and most Humphrey will be th6 speakers. All the ignorant or poorly Informed or highly esteemed mombers of St. of the local Democratlr clubs will racially prejudiced communicants. Martin's church, frohi whero the lake part and a turnout of Democ' "Whero they have not dared to funeral place this morning. racy is expected that serve to speak openly in support of Gorman She was takesearnest church worker show that tho party will united for an Is or openly to express the and a member of the Altar Society. the battle in November. militarism Demohope that Germany will win the Surviving are her husband, Simon crats express themselves as gratiwar they have preached angrily Kraemer; four sons, William, An- fied at the attitude of tho Indeagainst the draft, against sending drew, Joseph pendent voters, hundreds or troops to France, against lending daughters, Mrs. and Robert; four aro pledging themselves towhom George Allgeler, Mr. money to our allies, against any Mrs. John Partusch, Misses Eliza- Cronan's candidacy, and it is noyr form of war preparation tending to beth and Catherine Kraemer, and apparent to everyone that as a position make Germany's more seventeen grandchildren. standard-beare- r he will bring to the perilous. It is asseited all through ticket every element of strength these States that Lutheran pastors: possible. There Is not a Democrat ERECT GRANITE SHAFT. have held aloof from all patriotic of any faction but who is wholedemonstrations. In some Instances An event of Unusual importance hearted in his support; there are they have been forced to fly the and Interest to Catholics everywhere many Republicans, especially flag from their parsonages, having will take place on Indian Hill, near among tho business element, who to show Old Syracuse, refused previously was located an are supporting Mr. Cronan, and Glory until they were threatened Onondaga where village, In which with tho independents coming into Indian with porsonal violence or ejection was erected a bark chapel by two the Democratic camp a big victory from tho community. is possible In November. Jesuit missionaries, Fathers The cam"No such charge has been made and Dablon. In that chapel paign will be a short one, and beagainst the German Catholics. On tho holy sacrifice of the mass was ginning with Tuesday ulght's meettho contrary the very men In the first offered In New York State. In ing local Democrats will be urged Middle West who so Indignantly keeping with one of the main lo set a fast pace until election donounce the seditious attitude of principles of tho Order of the day. pastors warmly Alhambra, namely the appropriate certain Lutheran If there is one thing noticeable praise the patriotic stand or Cath- marking of places hallowed in (n this campaign It Is the attitude olic priests born in Germany or American Catholic 'history, the or- of the public In regard to the born In this country or German der, which will convene in Syracuse, hypocritical campaign being pur parents. Everywhere priests of ,the is eroding a "beautiful granite shaft, sued by the Louisville Herald. Roman Catholic church have 'en- weighing about eight tons, on a After reading the Herald's own tered Into the spirit of patriotic site consisting of two acres of land, confession and deposition that it rallies. Everywhere they have told recently purchased. The total cost was falsifying in its statement of their people that conscription is of the movement will approximate Mr. Cronan, excusing that attitude democratic and necessary; that $1,000. It is proposed to develop on the ground of political necessity, soldiers must be sent to Europe the site and make It attractive to mat same public is now trying to because tho liberty or the United travelers, and also to hold annual bo bamboozled Into believing that States is in danger, and that the pilgrimages to the spot, and in this the Herald is sincere in its statewar must continue until Germany way keep fresh in memory this ment In favor of fair .elections, hon is utterly defeated. wonderful historical spot. A move- esty In politics, good government, "No domestic development of ment of this nature has been fre- etc. As an evidence of hypocrisy this war has been more interesting quently discussed by Catholic lay- and one in which the public Is than the growth In Protestant men and various organizations for familiar take the Republican priin the Mid- tho past twenty years, and It must mary or last year. Dr. Ryans. can estimation of Catholics dle West. Not so many years ago, be pleasing to the hierarchy of the didate Tor Congress, and Roscoe everybody who has lived In the church to now see Its completion. Conkllng, candidate for Police Middle West knows, Roman Cath- Tho ceremonies will take place on Court Prosecutor, were slaughtered olics wore targets of suspicion and Sunday afternoon, September' 23, by tho Chilton-Searc- y machine in of ignorant malice. Their loyalty and will be by Right Rev, a primary smelted to high was doubted. They were subjected Bishop John attended D. D Bishop heaven, yet that sanctimonious and Grimes, the to all sorts or business and social of Syracuse; the Rev. Thomas J. good government apostles of the petty persecutions. But a re- Campbell, S. J., and Dr. John G, Herald did not let out a whimper. markable change has come over the Coyle, of New York, as well as With that In mind tho public are spirit or communities whero this many of the clergy throughout tho astounded at the nerve of the Her feeling had existed a change due country. The convention sessions ald now posing in the very largely to tho splendid stand of the Alhambra will take place pure election advocate. rolo of a taken by the whole Catholic at tho Vates Hotel on Monday and In the Republican camp nil Is church, and especially by German Tuesday, September. 24 and 25. not going lovely just at present. It Catholics, on the war plans and Is that National purposes or tho United States AGAIN THE FIRST. Hert would not promise or years Tho prejudices tho biK caniDalim barrel for ma have been overcome In six months." The first American officer to lay chine use and tho latter Is experi down his life In France was a encing with an individual contribuWORK KOK RED CROSS. Catholic Lieut. William T. tion plan arranged on the order or Kansas City, tho medi- of a chance or raffle book. The Those In charge of the local cal officer who was killed In a Bopubllcan rank and file are urged Red Cross chapter repeat again and German air raid upon an American to give from one dollar to ten, in again that almost every woman can base hospital. A requiem mass for return for which they are given a help If she only will recognize the Lieut. Fltzslmmons was celebrated certificate that will probably enImperative need or the things she in the Kansas City Cathedral by title them to a chance on a Job In Is able to make. They were very 'Bishop Llllis. Consuls or the va- tno event of Republican success. grateful when a few days ago they rious nations now at war with Tne dollar contributors are possibly wore Aviv iu iurwu.ru police and iu rmuee Germany attended the services and usieu as prpspective twelve boxes containing hundreds 2,000 soldiers were present. Again firemen, while the ten dollar feloperating a Catholic soldier is first on the lows will .be rated higher, possibly of pairs of, pajamas, gowns, shoulder wraps, clothing for honor roll of thenation.c Captains. Absentees from the list and many convalescent are the gangers, who lost out reother things that will make the life of CATHOLIC UNIVKRSITY. cently and who for years were a big asset iu 'Republican campaign the wounded and sick just a little more comfortable. During the past The fall term of the Catholic Uni- contributions. It is also noticeable few weeks a number of girls, some versity in Washington opens Sep- that Wood Axton, Herman Monroe Bishop Bbahan urges and John Maas are not billed In of them school girls, have con- tember 25, tributed to the Red Cross fond students of all the courses to at the Smith speakings, and one of sums which they raised y giving tend the opening. the speakers who addressed the o, od C. P. Rector or Holy Cross, Cincinnati, Very Rev. Silvan McGarry, C P. Rector of Sacred Heart, Louisville, Very Rev. Edwin Ronan, C. P. Rector of Our Lady of Good Counsel, St. Louis, Very Rev. Bernard Brady, C. P. Rector. of St. Francis", St. Paul, Kan., Very Rev. Luke Callahan, p. Rector of Immaculate Conception Retreat, Chicago, Very Rev. Oborst, 3. P. The Rev. Father Edwin Ronan, who becomes rector of the Sacred Hoart Monastery here, is widely known and his selection gives great satlsractlon. The Very Rev. Cletus Brady, C. P., who tar tho past or three years has been rector Sacred Heart Retreat, left Louls-vlll- o Friday for Cincinnati, whero h'o will bo vice rector at Holy Cross Retreat. Profit. CATHOLICS BEING IMPOSED UPON a Bona-ventu- re SOLDIERS AND SCAPULARS. Rev. Father George J. Waring, chaplain of the Eleventh Cavalry, sends the following Instructive communication to America from Governor's Island, which our readers will find Interesting: Whatever advantages the scapular medal ordlnnrily has over scapulars for soldiers, especially In war, the time of scapular Is by far the more desirable. The scapular medal was adopted chiefly for its sanitary and lasting qualities, Besides the scapular medal, which possesses all tho blessings and indulgences, can be kept in the vest pocket or be fastened to tho end of a rosary. It Is therefore more convenient than the scapular. But the chief disadvantage of the scapular medal Is that it is usually carried in the pocket in some inconspicuous place, and it does not therefore act as a prompt notification to the nurse or doctor that the injured soldier is ed Cro-na- n, Chau-mon- ot Beir-evlde- nt Coni-mitteem- an Gov-ernmp- Fitz-slmmo- I have often been called to the a soldier by attendants who have noticed a scapular hanging around his neck. Yet on the other hand I have known soldiers to die without the benefit of tho sacraments because those who were endeavoring to save their lives did not advert to tho fact that they were Catholics, because they saw no visible sign of the faith. Military doctors havo often told me that they always Instruct their attendants to call a chaplain when they see those "cloth things" around the nock of a soldier who is In dangor of death. When a soldier who Is seriously wounded is brought into the hospital 'for treatment his clothes are Immediately ripped off, and If he has a scapular medal In his pocket that, like all other evidences of Identification, Is usually not found until he is dead. But if while rapidly disrobing him some one sees the tcapular lying on his. breast a priest will be called at once. I do not urge the discontinuance of wearing the scapular medal, for l tninic it is an excellent idea un der normal conditions, but for soldiers during war time I claim scapular is that the 2n- hv fur tlin mnrA nrnrHnl dlers, if need be, can be supplied with scapular medals as well as with scapulars. If, however, there Is to be a choice between the two I say give the preference to the MOURN HER DEATH. scapular. I would therefore adviso all those who are providing religThe funeral of ious articles for our soldiers to sup- took place from Miss Mary Owens St. Louis Boply their distributing stations with rland's church Monday morning at as many scapulars as possible. 9 o'clock, the edlfico being filled with tho many friends who knew MOST REV. JOHN IRELAND. and loved her in life, and all were toy Rev. Father Baxter's Tuesday, September 11 was the moved touching reference to the noble seventy-nint- h anniversary of Most qualities of the deceased. Miss Uev, John Ii eland. Archbishop of Owens was a member of the church the dioceso of St. Paul. There was took an active part In no format celebration of the occa choir and church work, being ever ready to sion, the venerable prelate remark aid In any work of charity. Be ing that he was through with birth- sides her parents, Mr. and Mrs. days, presumably because ho has Patrick Owens, she Is survived by had so many of thorn that tho novbrothers, David, James, Ray- elty has somewhat worn off. The five Irtirelti a nrtrl T3n$tf1smiatiiI on1 Archbishop is now on the verge of two sisters, Mrs. Katherlne Qarvey tho octoegnariau class, having com and Mrs. Esther Norton. menced his olghtieth year, and so far as may bo judged from his PRETTY WEDDING. robust appearance ho Is a promising candidate for a good many In the presence of a large gath more birthday anniversaries. Ho ering or friends and relatives the has not as yet been obliged seri- marriage of Miss Viola M. Eggers ously to curtail his multitudinous and William J, Bell was solemnized duties and engagements by reason Wednesday morning at the Holy of any diminutions of that marvel. Trinity church. The ceremony was ous physical and mental vigor performed by the Rev. Father Ber- wnicn nave characterized the fifty-si- x roshehr and was followed by years of his glorious prlesthobd. Informal breakfast at the home an of the bride's father, Martin Eggers, "CARDINAL EXPECTED. at 1056 East Kentucky street. Miss Muriel Eggers was her sister's President John A. Doylo and tho maid of honor and Chester Bell his Particular Council of the St. Vin brother's best man. Mr. and Mrs. cent do Paul Society are quite busy Bell aro now on their honeymoon arranging for the annual national trip and on their return will make meeting to be held in this city on their home with the bride's father. October 12, 13 and 14, which will oe given a real Kentucky welcome, MENTIONED FOR BISHOPRIC. neadquarters for delegates and vls- itos, of whom there will be a large It is believed In Rome that there nunvber, will be at the Tyler Hotel, Is a of Monslgnor likelihood wnue tne meetings win be held at O'RIordan," rector of the Irish ColKnights of Columbus 'Hall. lege, being appointed 'Bishop of the Great Interest is taken in this meet- Limerick, Ireland, in succession to ing from the fact that Cardinal the late Bishop O'Dwyer, although Gibbons is expected to attend, and he himself has often said that he also that H Is the first one held here considers his life worrf to be laid since 1897. In the Irish College in Rome. non-Cathol- ic a Catholic. Rev. E. A. Flannery, of tho Southern Guardian, comes forwatd with the following "slzzler" concerning tho doings of one of our prominent Catholic fraternal leaders, the writer charging that ho Is using ono of our prominent orders and the official organ of that society to his political fortunes. For the benefit of "he who runs may read" tho following Indignant protest of Father Flannery Is reprinted as a warning lo tho many who may allow themselves to bo led by tho political aspirants referred to: "As a humblo official of a numerous and widespread Catholic organization we have recently been treated to an infliction of scandalous correspondence which partially explains why some of our Catholic societies aro decadent. Not wishing to Involve tho management of this paper In danger of libel or recrimination wo refrain from naming the organization), though readers of what has sometimes been penned by the writers may havo a shrewd guess as to its identity. At tho present time the society Is ruled by a polihlmsolf Into tician who boosted control by means and methods that stink to the stars. There is a clause In the constitution that ho can not serve another term, but ho needs tha official orgam of the society in his political business. Just now he Is helping to frame tho laws by which this nation is governed; later ho hopes to ascend higher. No one, least of all this writer, cares a hoot about his political ambitions, and if tho State whoro ho resides has been ablo to stand 'past experiences we hardly look to seo her gag at even what awaits, if this person's dreams como true. What we do object to, however, is that a million trusting aod simple Catholics of tho country are mulcted to support a sheet which now Is used to advance political domination of a most questionable kind.. The little scheme, as outlined at the Federation convention and worked out among certain delegates at that Kansas City meeting, la that tho tool of tho present overlord, who really edits the paper, Is to bo pushed Into the exalted position by his boss. tbq Thu8 paper will be kept in control of Its present shady managers. Later it will bo turned to tho political profit of tho most nefarious machine in tho whole United States, in order that a State now in bondage may not break free and tho highbinders who parade their Catholicity del a manner that revolts tho angels will still keep their hands burled In tho doughbag. This scandalous affair has no great interest for the readers of this Catholic journal, unless it throws a clarifying gleam on tho reasons why our organizations and periodicals aro oftentimes the laughing stock By of reputable men and women. way of addenldum we may tack on tho Information that tha corrupt Stato Is not Now York, nor Arkansas, nor even Connecticut, but ono which should bo hotter than Its present reputation from tho great churchmen that havo ruled Its sees." ad-van- co A ' w& .3 tULfl JKPtfOHCrOErSir XjfcIIX K&iHTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED ie ftc ht4OfSclallySselal lndorw.8 n4 AlSXJEZJiZIIDJSJSC. tion and police to get busy and force the law. en- COMING EVENTS. BVBRY SATURDAY. 918CKrPTION PRICK, Balt t ( f iDdtirato AJvaicf mtmtni el kith AmmIcmm by Aflftfcsst Order ol HttoMUas, Yeae Verl mi CatteeKc KaigtrtB of Aaterie. MTUCKY I WISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., ONB DOLLAR Iorpft, rUtUc. l-2l PER YEAR 8Ma-Clw SINGLE COPY The editor of Liberty, an paper of Texas, was arand Ct4keMi rested this past week for treason. Benedict Arnold was indeed the patron saint of the A. P. A.'s, judging from the way they were all following in his 'footsteps. Pultf r Sirea lir., UmTle gs&Q tk KSHTUCCJ HXonuetcalfs HHSM AmitKAH, Wt SI. September 27 Euchre, lotto and supper, St. Columba's Hall, afternoon and evening. September 27 Charity picture entertainment of Bandana Club at West Broadway Theater. October 11 Fall social of Men's Society of tSt. Ann's church in hall, Seventh and Davles, afternoon and evening. Parochial school enrollment fig7 LaSallo Club October ures are certainly gratifying. They tertainment and penny social, enSt. show that faith grows stronger. Cecilia Hall, Twenty-fift- h and St. anti-Catho- lic 1C-1- I HERMAN STRAUS SONS J We dive and Redeem dold Trading Stamps. Cecilia. OUI9 VILLI, KY THIS PAPER AIDS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1917 Seeing the notice in the Kentucky Irish American last week telling of the needs of the clergy Zachary Taylor, Col. at Camp James Klnnarney called this office in regard to a donation for this worthy purpose and was referred to Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney, Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, and in charge of the spiritual work for y the Catholic soldiers. Col. person to see in called Father O'Mahoney at the Cathedral rectory and gave him a- check for 5100 for the fund, and states that the notice in these columns Inspired the donation. Kin-nare- suspicion by the authorities, and it would not surprise us if more detectives and spies were present than real friends of Ireland. No good can come of it and much harm may be wrought by it. We would advise all real friends of Irisn freedom to give it a wide berth. WERE HEADLINERS. The drilling of the local mounted police at the State Fair is receiving wide mention and it Is the general opinion throughout the State that their showing placed He's under eighteen, but bound he them in the ranks of the would serve The entire troop went My Dan! through intricate and difficult (The heart Inside mo Is dyln'!) movements without a bobble and I gave him a card o permission GOING TO FIGHT. 'twas hard their training reflects great credit But he couldn't get in without With the arrival of the thousands on Lieut. John M. Maloney and the lyln. Zachary, of drafted men at Camp entire city administration. "A sailor?" I asks, "Or perhaps Taylor, it appears very evident that ride a horse?" "Not so!" says my Dan, "the the First Kentucky Infantry, now ISEAItING OUT PHOPHECY. doughboys, of course" tho One Hundred and Fifty-nintAh, he's a good kid! As to the prophecies of St. U. S A., is about to move to Hflttles-burA fine kid! and probably their destination Malachy, whatever theologians may He'll make n great man! think of them and their opinions Ic to be France, or in other words He's the son o' McCarty that's me! the actual firing line. They are vary greatly no one can question going in order that democracy shall their preternatural accuracy. They of our cover the pontificates of one hun- Mary Mother, so young, you see, live: that a continuance Ah, guide his footsteps carefully freedom shall be assured In a word, dred and twelve Popes beginning And bring back like he is to me they are going to fight for us. A with Celestlne II., My Dan! The braver set of boys never lived, and prophecies point to something in that they will give an excellent ac tho Pope's name, 'birthplace, coat te's the son o' his dad, so I told him to go count of themselves we all liave of arms, life or position. Each My Dan! Th'ey are leaving their Pope is designated by a short Latin confidence. (The heart o me broke when I and their Inscription. For example, Gregory homes, their relatives said it!) friends, but they ate going In the J.X. was Indicated by "Avis Ostien-sls,- " And he puts his young fist on the Twenty-firlist, highest spirits, and with the strong He was the bird of Ostia. hitch Where there's a thirty-yea- r entire Bishop of Ostia and his coat of est determlnailon, and art to mo credit. willingness to do their duty as arms Bhowed an eagle. The pres- He was born to the service at Logan he came American citizens. That we have a ent Pope has the tragic motto Where my Ellen sleeps, and I quit duty toward these boys goes without "Rellglo Depopulata," religion the game saying. Our duty-- is to follow them plundered or devastated. The hapAh, he's a good kid! In whatever way we can, and do Tot penings of the three years of A fine kid! this them and their comfort all that we pontificate surely bear out the He'll make a great man! He's the son o' McCarty that's may know how. head-liner- s. h, g, October 17 Euchre and lotto for St. Aloysius church, (The Itetireil Sergeant's Son.) Hall, Shelby and Roselane, He's under eighteen, and the dead afternoon and night. spit o' me 5 October Annual mammoth My Dan! (The heart Inside mo is bleed-In'- euchre and lotto of Trinity Council 111 club house, Baxter and Morton. But, ah, I was glad when he said to me: "Dad, It's the likes of us Mac3 they'll he needln.'." He's only a boy, but ho wanted to go; In his eyes I When I looked couldn't say no Ah, he's a good kid! James McCloy has returned from A fine kid! a trip to Chicago. a great man! He'll make He's the son o' McCarty that's J. X. Kessack, of Clifton, has me! been making a trip through Alabama, Mary Mother, he's young, you see, 1 And you will watch him tenderly Mrs. R. O. Kessack and son Ah, bring back safe and strong to Owen spent last week with Mrs. me, J. X. Kessack. My Dan! Gam-brln24-2!) '.MY DAN." BOYS' SERVICEABLE us SCHOOL SUITS Splendid New Patterns,. Wool Mixed Material's, Well Made, Priced at Only J SOCIETY. I - qj.jD $4.95 $5.95 Miss JJezzIe Hannan has returned from a two weeks' visit to New York and Atlantic City. William Malone left Monday for Georgetown, where he will attend school during the winter. Miss Noonan, of Antoinette Frankfort, spent the week-en- d with her sister, Mrs. George Howard. George J. Butler has been spending a week at West Baden Springs while on a vacation from business. Mrs. Arthur M. Stern is here from Chicago for a visit to her brothers, Messrs. A. M. and George Brown. Miss Anna Mae Glenn was a recent visitor at Bowling Green, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Causey. Special While They Last Boys' School Waists 55c Values For 39c. 1143-114- 4. BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES IN AXjTj STYLES has-been IN AJjUi SIZES st Miss Kate Newman has returned to Frankfort, after a pleasant visit with her brothers, W. C. and T. B. Mr. and Mrs. John Coll, In Newman. -- prophecy. me! l Mary Mother, I'd go with him, lections of apparel and dress accessories But tho eyes o' me are now too Minogue, in Clifton. One advantage of the draft is dim, Miss Osborn, Southern Helen see, home Tuesday that our meri learn of their own Except toMy so young and trim Mrs. Leo DeSpain and children Parkway, returned in its representation of autheutic fashions Dan! and Syracuse, visited at New Haven last week at from Rochester physical "shortcomings and how to parents, Mr. and whore she. has been spending the her make themselves well and strong, You think it's a shame he's gojn' the home of DeSpain. summer with friends and relatives Mrs. Henry and its rigid adherence to a high and or at least better and stronger than so young? and was entertained at many social 8 My Dan! they were. Each gets a physical honor, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Callahan functions in her (The heart inside, me seems and Miss Edith Callahan are home, quality standard. examination that would cost him ahrinkin'!) Mrs. Albert White, who has been weeks in New ten dollars in the usual way. Tho Me whole world has gone since he's after spending twoCity. visiting Misses Mary and Kittle York and Atlantic taken on draft means a general movement Foley, 617 East Elm street, New X, ' (But he's big for his age, I am for tho improvement of health. Miss Celia Laven, formerly of Albany, and relatives in Louisville thlnkln'l) this city, will arrive today from for several weeks, has returned to He's under eighteen, but stout, and Parkersburg for a short visit with her 'home at Cone, Texas. CATHOLIC EDUCATION. well set her sister, Mrs. J. T. Riley. No man near his size can lick him, Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Sulli Right Rev. Bishop Dougherty, I'll bet! Congressman Ben Johnson, o. van, 110 Bellaire avenue, announce of Buffalo, gives reasons for CathAh, he's a good kid! Washington, was here for a wee, the marriage of their daughter, A fine kid! olic schools and why tho church end visit to his daughter, Mrs. Iee Miss Irene Inez Sullivan, to Embry He'll make a great man! Leo Swearingen Myers, which was Hamilton, and Mr. Hamilton. insists on educating her children, He's the ' son o McCarty that's solemnized quietly Monday at St. which all should appreciate. The me! Miss Mary E. Furey, of Zane Frances of Rome church. Buffalo prelate says: street, has returned from a visit to Mary, . Mother, 'tis an old man's Bowling Green, where she was the The Catholic church Charles Lear and bride, who was has ever prayer, now on their been the champion of education. Miss Anna Haley. guest of Miss Adeline Nelson. guide him everywedding trip, will return tho Hrst In her Cathedral and monastic You'll watch and where . schools she preserved civilization Miss Josephine Burkley was host of next month and make their home after the break up of the Roman Ard bring hack young, and strong, on Tuesday at a kitchen shower in Jeffersonvllle. Their marriage That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a and Jalr, Empire. It Is owing to her care and "500" party in honor of 'Mrs. was solemnized at St. Augustine's My Dan! SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED church, Rev. Father Halpln perclassics of Greece Clayton Meade, an August bride. that the ancient forming and Rome have como. down to us. dee a year; There MAY COUK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" WILL USE WINE. great universities of Nearly all tho Mrs. George W. Kremer and Miss was easy money, as they say, lllj must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the It the world, Including those which Elizabeth Kremer returned the first "Intolerable and outrageous," Is of the week from a most enjoyable to get a smile or even borrow century were in the sixteenth dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard lime" from ever coming. Theophile vlsjt to relatives in Butte, Mont. way Right money from vPapa Will Connelly or Rev. wrested from hor control such as Lie Bishop of tho OklaGrandpop George J. Butler, all beOxford Cambridge were Meerschaert, and come to such a pass. diocese, characterizes the homa of the founded and fostered by her. arrival Thursday John Muldoon, after a visit to his cause "hnnn-rlrv- " law. which Attornev mother, Mrs. A. K. Muldoon, has morning of a bouncing ibaby hoy But she believes that education ivl icturned to Long Island, where he at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. ConMUST HAVE CAKE. said made to be perfect and complete must General Freellng embrace all of tho faculties of Illegal to use wine even for sacra- Is a member ofan officers' training nelly, of 427 North Twentieth Meer- camp. Bishop of A national convention the man; that not only tho memory mental purposes. street. such a law Is "Friends of Irish Freedom" has and the Intellect must bo strength- schaert declares that constitution of antagonistic to the and Court Place. SILVER WEDDING. Miss Adeline Nelson, of the been called to meet In New York ened, but that the will also must the United Statos, in that it interbe developed. And she thereforo nursing staff of St. Mary and Eliza- Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. beon some date yet to bo named regards Mr. and Mrs. J. William Klap- education as defective feres with tho religious liberty of beth's Hospital, has returned from character-trainin- g tween November 15 and December whenever is citizens insured In the preamble of a visit to her relatives .at Bowling heke will celebrate their silver wed According to Green. instrument. ding anniversary at St. Brigld's 15. In this connection the True omitted. The best thinkers outside that Bishop Meerschaert, a law of simchurch on Friday morning, October of this the Catholic church agree with her ilar nature, passed by the LegislaVoice notes that leaders CONDITION CRITICAL. that an education which merely matter how small it may be, will D. Farroll and daughters, 5, at 9 o'clock, being the twenty-fifth Mrs. organization have been arrested in stores the memory with learning ture of Arizona, has already been Misses J. anniversary of their marriage, he appreciated, and will no doubt an'd Mattio May pro Farrell, Katharine meotlngs and sharpens the wits may be a held to be in conflict with tho Now York Dan Cunniff, the aged letter car- go a long way toward completing a and their are homo from Nashville, which took place in 1892. The visions of tho Federal constitution. where they were visitors for sev- many friends and acquaintances rier who was run over by an auto-mobi- lo mass outfit for some chaplain. broken up by the police. It seems danger to society. It is a historical The opinion statos may not eral weeks. that it of this beloved and esteemed cou-pi- e last week, lies in a critical fact that when ancient Greece and to be developing an of the His hip ancient Rome were most highly have been tho intention extend their best wishes cou- condition at his home. FALL KACINO OPEN. bodes no good for educated intellectually twist that corruption framers of tho constitution or the Misses Helen, Frances and Eliza pled with the desire and hope that and ribs were fractured and he sufthe reputation of those connected was most rampant and widespread. Legislature to prohibit tho manu- beth Malone left Monday for Man- - they will celebrate their golden fers intense pain. His case has Tho fall racing season In this wine for sacramenta hattanvlllo, N. Y., where they will jubilee and that their future bo aroused widespread interest? facture and will open with It. We don't see why friend- And those who have made a special purposes ofand suggests that a recover section Wednesday at Douglas Park tct be students at the Convent of the just as happy and prosperous as tho while it is hoped ho may he study of penal institutions are next ship for Irish freedom should be aware and Manager will Hachmeister has fears are entertained that past. our most dangerous case should bo submitted so as to Sacred Heart. that inconsistent with full support of criminals are not the unlearned and obtain an opinion of the Supreme never bo abo to again "appear on his gramme that Will arranged a pro- draw a bannniroute, whore his appearance was al- crowd at the STATE FAIR SCORES. the American Government In this the Ignorant, but those whose In Court in the matter. Misses Mary Power, Katie Beechmont course. " havo been sharpened, but ways welcome. Katherine Hallnan and crisis l but there are some who will tellects With tho thousands of soldiers In Tho Kentucky State Fair, hold FATHER KETCHAM. whose wills have been perverted by Virginia Aubrey, of Frankfort, tho city and the reign of prosperity not have It so. DRAFTED JfEN HONORED. a lack of religious training. spent last week hore with friends here last week, scored the greatest in full bloom the fall racing seaIf the friends of Ireland in this Rev. William H. Ketcham, LL. and visiting the State Fair. success ever recorded, and ComThe motto of tho Catholic church Council Bishop Kettler of the son will register the biggest succountry permit themselves to foe is "Seek ye first tho Kingdom of D., of Washington, D. C, is spend Agriculture missioner of Matt Knights of Columbus of Chicago cess in years. Tho card will conGod," a,ud therefore she makes ing a week with his parents, Mr. Mrs. Harry Estorle placed in a wrong position by and little Cohen and Secretary Fount Kremer had a celehration Monday night at sist of seven races daily, tho first order that the and Mrs. A. Ketcham, in Oklahoma, daughter, Corrino Torpey, left last are Juhilant over the results, which rained agitators they can every sacrifice In to and race starting at 2:15.-James J. Condon children entrusted her care may Father Ketcham has spent several week for their home in Little Rock, are duo in large part to their un- which only themselves for tho con- be the recipients of a moral and re weeks In different blame parts of the Ark., after spending tho summer tiring efforts and good judgment. Michael Zlmmer were speakers. It LIBHAItr WAR COUNCIL. sequences. What Influence these ligious education, which will make State, assisting the Government with Phil Kelley in Clifton. Bach day the attendance record was "National Army night," and . was broken and the financial re- the 182 members of the council them not only gopd Catholics, but Health Inspector, who was sent to leaders have on Irish affairs is very Tho Kentucky Library War Camp gone into the have Oklahoma to look after the cause Messrs, A. Scott Bullitt and Wlll- - ceipts left a handsome balance. Ef- who doubtful, to say the least. At any also good citizens. organized with Tokens Council, recently honored. of decreasing health among the In- - lam A. Thomson. will now be made looking to service were Jr., returned forts Librarian Georgo T. Settle rate the friends of Ireland here Tho Irish convention has done dlans. Together they are compil- - Saturday from Seattle, where they the erection of needed buildings were preesnted to about fifty of director, will Inaugurate as State on Monthe drafted men by the Rev. Father should not permit their hostility to little thus far that interests the Ing health laws and rules and put- - went to attend the wedding of Miss through a bond issue that should Conway, pastor of St. Plus church. day a camp library campaign to , England to conflict with the loyalty people, the proceedings being with- tmg them into tho Indians' means Dqcothy Taylor and Keith Bullitt. bo readily subscribed, raise funds for books and other of expression hoping to thus reading matter for.our soldier boys they owo to America. For our- held from the publio. All that. Is their book moro acceptable to make CAN'T YOU HELP? the William T. Hammond, son of AVON MUSIC BOX. in camps at homo and nhrn.-if- i selves, we have no love for the age- known is that the convention con- mctians. vainer Keicnnm win re- - Air. and Mrs. William n. Ham-maiMiss Kane, 3612 Itudd Extension Every family in tho State should long oppressor of Ireland; hut we tinues the consideration The Catholic Church in Oklahoma until the latter, 'mond, of 1111 Seventh street, is a avenue, Virginia, lucky holder of the of those was tha do mierestea in this movement. The building, campaign believe with Col. Roosevelt that the draft schemes based upon tho Do- part of September, after which heC member of the Officers' Reserve ticket that won the fine music box Society, 750 McCormick grateful will for week in every continue all next Chicago, III., would bo will visit tho Indian lesorvatlons In Corps at Fort JJenjamln Harrison. offered by Mackin Council at its any county where therr man who hates England more than minion principle of Mississippi to donations, small or large, to- is a council. before returning summer outing and rounlon. The he loves America is not a good which had formed the subject of Washington. Mrs. Charles McGill, drawing took place Monday night ward tho purchase of mass outfits Mr. and cltlaeu of this country. 2407 Bank street, have returned at Mackin Club houso under the di- that are to be used by our army discussion at the preceding sessions. SOCIALIST ORGAN BAimED. from Washington after a visit of rection of Guy Nevin and W. A. chaplains. One completo outfllt for M'CORLCK ENGAGED. We can- see no good that will The Kansas State Charter Board If two sons, Link, All the stub3 were deposited an army chaplain costs $100. two weeks to their proposed meeting More deaths result from automocome out of the The Metropolitan Opera Company, Messrs. Charles and Edward In a largo box and thoroughly mixed. yqu would like to donate an outfit refused to grant a charter to the In New" York. It will be controlled biles than any other cause, yet of 'New York . City, has engaged Little Miss Mary Poggel drew twenty-f- yourself just send your donation Appeal to Reason, a Socialist publiour Louisville has don coupons from the box, one and the society wm seo mat an cation issued at Girard, Kan. TJ nothing that John 'McCormack, the famous Irish and managed by a few Miss Mareella fell has returned for each year of the council, the outfit is sent to seme chaplain, of board based Its action on an order for the radicals who are net amenable to would' protect life and limb from tenor,Tap Mia coming season. There- Yia lzrlll Via which there are now about 125. by the Federal Poatofflce DepartUniversity at Blooin-inito- n. nrize. n m in ihm Wat nta fnra reason and who never think of con- - tali terrible enemy. The time has lifiAti1 Anlv In mW vast tllA IflfBAAt I to the State after spending the bore Mlee Kaae'e name and ad-- 1 In case you can not afford to do ment which has barred the nuhU- faw lt Ind.. -- J , . m . toanu'oai Tt will h tlta nhbutt. of laar MUd for tha Hv arlmlntafra. jtiuenwiu uuiw, this, however, your donation, no cation from the malls. t summer Yeation with her parents,) dreae. DRAFT ENCOURAGING. HELPS. After a comprehensive study of laws affecting labor and restricting child labor, the American Association for Labor Legislation reports that their position has been greatly strengthened. In view or pressure that was brought for a general relaxation of laws governing labor this report Is encouraging. While the demands of war upon the country are tremendous- - they should not exclude the demands of comIf mon humanity and the future. we surrendered ground In the protection of labor on account of the war Jt would take many years after tho war to regain it. The burdens of the war will not cease until long after peace has' been declared. If the country had consented that women and children be overworked on account of war those elements that count most In building up a nation could not be replaced. "We should be losing at home as well as at the front. There has been no reason that wo should burn the candle at both ends. We may hope that war will cease before we have Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, former Miss Nora Hallahan, who Prior of St. Louis Bertrand's confined to her home, 512 North church, was at Santa Barbara, Cal Twentieth street, for the last three week3 with typhoid fever, is slowly this past week. Improving, to the relief of ht.r many Miss Adele Warisse has been admirers. spending the past week as the Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sower and guest of Miss Florence Hochstras-se- r children, Miss Anita and Leonard in Jeffersonvlllp. Sower, motored from Frankfort last Miss Edna Welsh has returned to week for a visit to. the State Fair Walton after spending the summer and to attend the Fair dance Thurswith her cousins, the Misses day night. , sidfefcfc. , nphe Kaufman Straus Store insures Supecol- rior advantages in its bountiful tin-deviati- I $4$33$4$$H$'$S$3,S$$ The Last Dollar g!gs mmm&mmz$mmm f Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. i i i i i Fifth wmsmwm$m&mzmi :sm I -- rattle-b- n" hot-head- ed ,,.. , i jazj&JscTXJGJsrir irlisEl DIVISION 3. 1818-182- Ajsaa&jBexGAXx GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. SINN is FEIN HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY First and third Fridays, Hibernian IMPORTANT Selecting "What American diers MOHt Likcyto Head. Sol- 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. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. Movcmont and Programme Imii 1 Funeral Director and Embalmerii i pressing England nnd America. r The Lender, Organ of Party, ' Predicts Bright Outlook SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. il for Hopes. V, BOTT PHONES 810. 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Lcary. Recording Secretary John Mar tin. Secretary Financial John J. Brodorick. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s II Sentinel Thomas Noont. Pat Begley. Extremes Should Be Avoided in the Choice of These M lW"M-',tlIllt,M-fr' in'AiTiniinrfnr n v vmm iillUUbHMn & MCHL1UH i nm 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Says U. S. Representatives Present Ireland's Case. Bertrand Hall. Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Will Good Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. McDonogh. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Gifts. 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New Location GERMAN INSURANCE BANK (Jixltr tin Ble Clak State Government Supervision Second and Market NEARING SILVER JUBILEE. e, JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. West Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1107a. Last Sunday members of Phil Sheridan Council, Y. M. I., Belle-vucelebrated Its twenty-fourt- h anniversary by receiving holy communion during high mass at St. Anthony's church. On Thursday evening the members, their families and friends were entertained at Sacred Heart school hall In good old Y. M. I. style. The principal Bpealcer was John W. Heuver, of Newport, whose subject was "Pro Deo, Pro Patrla." FATAL BLAST. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CIO JPSSme A.VB1VSJBC Telephone 1022. Patrick Welsh, fifty years old, of 2220 Griffiths avenue, a laborer employed by the Gillespie Dredging Company, was so seriously injured by falling rock following a blast It year boys an education t&at prepare taem for life. 113 will 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEQt V. Broadway, Xaalsrlll., Xy. Conflicted by the Xaverlaa Brother LADIES' CARD PARTY. Builawra and Sclratlfio Class leal. Courses, Preparatory Department, Lorft. The ladles of St. Patrick's parawlmmlDtT Pool. Well Ilqulpped Qjratia-iiuaBro. Jajaea, Dlr ish will entertain Terms Monday night with another of their delightful card parties at the school hall, at Thirtieth street and the canal Tuesday afternoon that ho died a few hours later at the Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Welsh was standing on the deck of a "boat when a heavy rock thrown up by the explosion fell on his head, knocking him into the water. The body was taken charge of by Thomas Keenan. relatives not having been located. llo4rt. 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATE) Cican Grocery Stores, "lhe Best For Less' delivered free anywhere within six blocks of our stores. Goods Thirteenth and Market. Following are those who will have charge: Mesdames Cunningham, 6. J. Lovett, G. Shade, M. Sheehan, M. Snider and Miss Mary Kapp. iinmroAY surprise. An enjoyable surprise birthday party was given Mrs. Paul iSanl by her friends. Those present wero Messrs. and Mesdames Joseph Bowling, R. D. Obormeier, William Peter Sani, Edward C. Kelly, John Valla, Paul Sanl; Mesdames Mary Gatto, Lena Barth, and Misses Margaret Brands, Elizabeth Brands, Valla Obermoler. ROLLED OAT COOKIES. one-ha- lf FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Car-rar- o, Ctrner Fourth and JeffersM BANQUETS SOLDIERS. f quet at the Tavern Tuesday night in honor of three members, Victor J. Soudry, John Fllspar and Grover Neville, who left Thursday for . GrVES BETTER TASTE. Camp Saehary Taylor to enter the national army. Postmaster John A. Cody presided as toaetmaeter and Add a little sour oream to by Gilbert nashed potato and beat well with speeches were made Powell, M. J. Jarll aad Ouster X. spoon or masker. They tart nmeh Weinmaau. belter tale way. " The Columbians, a social branch Council of the of New Albany Knights of Columbus, gave a ban- cup One cup sugar, shortening, one cup chopped raisins, one teaspoon soda, dissolved in one cup sour milk, two cups flour, cup uncooked rolled oats. Make a thick batter. Drop from teaspoon on buttered pan. Leave space between for spreading. Cocoanut or nut meats Improve these. o o-3oSAM Redmond and his party- - and makes issue of the Dublin it clear to the world that sh.e Is WHAT SHALL SOLDIERS READ? OAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY CONTRACTOR FOR Leader prints a highly Interesting dissatisfied and demands her full Apropos of tho question of what on Sinn Fein, outlining in n rights as a sovereign State, thon article ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. writer like to trenchant style the alms of this England's only argument against us soldiers most Issue ofread a Boston 1104 South Seventh Street 1315 S. Twenty-sixt-h tho St. will be taken out of her mouth. .n a recent group of patriots: Wherefore, must the Irish party be Transcript tells us that "Somo efPhono City 6574 Home Phone Shawnee 368 The wave of national enthusiasm swept out of fort to direct the taste of the solexistence. TJiey that Is now sweeping over the coun- shown themselves men of no have dier In the choice of books may be Home Phone Shawnee tot real JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. apologists for try is not due, as and at every profitably made; but more importho Irish party would have us be- national Instincts, HENRY GOSS tant Is it that tho men should have Headquarters for critical they have endeavlieve, to a mental aberration or ored to momentEngland's face, and the reading" they naturally want." soarzHQ, auxxsBxxa, spouxura OUT AND FARM PROPERTY. fit of midsummer madness, but is It Is onlysave Is more in this saying than There by that rather the expression of the innate they are not making It clear speak appears at first sight. For it may See anything in authorized to lis Roofs Repaired and Painted estate. us about buy and rent. real political good sense of the Irish for us error We sell, that we can hope to estab- be a common parents into which the 4SPHALT SHINGLES A people. . Sinn Fein is not so much or and friends of SPECIALTY solicitude 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. a policy as a principle. No people lish our claims 'before the nations the soldiers now entering tho can- 1011 West Broadway, LoalsTlUe, JCy. Home Phone City 4464. would bo worthy of freedom, and of the world. The strongest proof of the fact tonments or already In service over no people could ever hope to win seas may be led to think It tho that the SNEDDON REPAIR COMPANY their freedom, unless they had at to afford Peace Conference is going part of wisdom and kindness to a Hancock and Broadway will to ibo free. And so of winningus ourunique opportunity nrovlde either least the an abundance of 803 East Walnut Street rights is to be Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, the first task of the Sinn Fein found very serious reading matter, such leaders must be to educate the peo- anxiety Into the British Government's as books of devotion or mediation, Wall Paper and Window Shades' Former Foreman Overland Louis keep us away from it. ville Co. ple of Ireland, who have been deRoom Mouldings, Picture or to go to the opposite extreme It was graded by centuries of slavery and Balfour not for nothing that Arthur and send only novels and books tad Window Shades Made to Frames Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Order. and Bonar Law and Walter Cars Our Specialty debased 'by years of political mean- Long were transformed Into homo meant to divert and dlstiact. Homo Phone City 2517. Phone City 6007 ness and corruption up to the idea who As a matter of fact those rulers, and the convention that is . . of freedom. Wo are really now sitting HNGRAVBRS under the protection of have Inquired Into the real demand better Redmondites than the the defense of the realm act Is made by a great portion of the sol- T. E. YANN DAHtY COMPANY themselves. John Bull is striking evidence of asMHXICH ENGRAVING COMPANY tho strength diers In the European trenches naturally a higgler, and will al- of our position. 1NCORPOIU.THD How acute tho In- sure us that there Is a very serl-V- s ways try to get you to compromise ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS call for books furnishing not by taking less than you ask. If ternational situation must be is only amusement and recreation but HLBCTROTYPERS 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. we had never abated the O'Con- - shown by the fact that even In the such as enable tho soldier to immiddle of tho war England found LoalsrUIe, Ky M W. Maim St., nellite demand for repeal, England it necessary to knowlmind, take the humiliating prove his deepen extend his view of Both Phones 4203 would probably have tried to stop step Home Phone City 6674 edge and his, whole our mouths long since by giving us aimed01 releasing tho men who had life. at her heart tho deadly CHAS. ANSON homo rule. But the Irish party It would be Indeed a most excelWM, AUGUSTUS having accepted with such grati- blow known as Easter Week. We lent form of charity and a very Successor to C. Moltcr have all In tude the hill introduced In 1912, it we know tho cardsplay our hands If effective form of soldier welfare-wor- k how to them. Contractor of Excavating, All was whittled down in its passage on the part of our Catholic BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY through Parliament. Again, the even on Special Attention Given Picnics and Con Kinds of societies and parishes or CENTENNIAL. Irish party were content and gratetho part of Individuals to draw up Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets creto and Wrecking. ful, and the Cabinet, finding them and choice 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Next year will bo the centennial lists, short and concisehistory, biogbo backboneless, offered them dealing with City 4803 Homo City 2000 104 S. Preston. of the first of books which will convey a mes- Phone county option, and when that had of the dedication raphies In Ohio. G, December been accepted It was explained that church sage of inspiration and quicken amall that could then be given was 1818, the log chapel was dedicated bition and Imitation, books of at St. Joseph's in Perry county. the "clean cut" of the six counties. travel, books treating scientific Tho Irish party gratefully accepted problems In an interesting and cor CHURCH IN CANADA. that also, and God knows to what rect manner, choice selections or lengths they would not then have the best literature, even Dooks of gone had not the country risen in It is not generally known that. essays written by responsible and according to the latest official cen safely guided authors. These lists Its wrath and repudiated them. On the other hand, the policy of sus, half of tho total population of could be spiead among those who defiance and pursued Canada are members of the Cath are in a position to make gifts of by the Sinn Felners during the last olic church 2.833.041 out of eading matter to the boys. On JLow few months has so Impressed Eng- 5,619,682. again societies could band together land that there Is a very strong and furnish such a choice collection probability of her offering us not UNIQUE NAVY YARD SCENE. of books to the boys In nearby merely Gladstonlan home rule, but cantonments. actually colonial home rule, though Unique In the history our hoys in good Interesting of tho ia 1912 the latter seemed almost Pnlladelphia Navy Yard at League reading will be an excellent antiINCORPORATED. as unattainable as a republic. In- Island, twelve sailors and marines dote to the many occasions of idle- became sol- ness and ennui which deed tho best tactics to pursue, of the United Statesare so NINTH AND KENTUCKY. even if we only wanted home rule, diers of Jesus Christ on a recent prolific a source of temptation to Home City 405 Climb. South 415 would be to make a furious demand Sunday, when they received con- - the average soldier, tor a republic. Tho Irish party's flrmatlon. Novels may entertain, but will policy of lowering the flag and proGRAND CARD PARTY. seldom unless most wisely chosen fessing themselves ultra loyal and give real satisfaction to tho men CHRISTIAN AND SINCERE. grateful was Insane even from their Tho friends of St. Aloysius who aro engaged In a serious unown standpoint, "because England There is one country in tho world dertaking and as such are more in- chuich, Pewec Valley, announce a never believed In their professions where politics are yet benefit to serious thought than we Christian clined to to believe. Books of de- grand euchie and lottoHall, Shelby and was determined never to conbe held at Ganibrlnus are want cede anything that she c6uld help, Two weeks ago wo made reference votion, while certainly desirable and Roselane,' on Wednesday, Oc(f you wish to understand the to tho noteworthy Incident at and In good stead when used ap tober 17. The games will bo afteri f"3HjjBiflEBfci measure of her distrust even of County Clare, where Professor propriately, will not be sufficient to noon and evening, and a great those who wero always so anxious McNeil interrupted his speech to re- satisfy the needs of our boys. A amount of country produce, canned to proclaim themselves her dutiful cite the Angelus together with his sane medium course theiefore in goods, piesorves, etc., will be dissubjects you have only to read Sec- audience. Speaking at Tulla In the the choice of gifts of reading mat- tributed among the players. Do ter is much to be desired. tion 2 of tho Government of Ireland same constituency Professed It afact. If England could be induced Valera, who won the seat by a ma- fords an offectlve opportunity of LECTURE TO MEMBERS. to do justice to Ireland by Irish jority of 3,000, said: "It might be acquainting many of our soldier loyalty and dutiful service to her, unconventional 'to start an election boys with what is est in books 'JssssfcssMJWtiBsssssssMIl I J sJbBUETJEJW William J. O'Sulltvan. City Build then Mr. Redmond should have suc- campaign as he had started, but he written rrom a Catholic viewpoint ing Inspector, will lecture the memceeded as no Irish leader has ever Btood there and said, as he had and treating science, history, biog- bers of tho Knights of Columbus done. No man could have tried to stated In Brureo, that they regarded raphy and literature. We will next Wednesday evening and a do more for her than he did. Yet their first duty was to God, and thereby enable them to use their good attendance Is expected, as the If spare tlmo she 'betrayed him at every hand's their second to their country. with great profit to speaker has a reputation as an In turn, and kicked him about like a any clash camo between their duty their minds, Ideals and Indirectly teresting and entertaining talker. Fifth to God and their duty to their to their morals. pair of old boots. country then their duty to their In tho altered circumstances that C. B. of C, V. EUCHRE, LOTTO AND SUPPER. now prevail, however, Ireland country came as (secondary. In no other country in the world could a would not 'be satisfied with mere HAPPY UNION. The ladies of St. Columba's par- 'As Ner to You as tbe Nearest Phone" home rule, and there seems every man stand on a political platform and Market streets, ish, Thirty-fift- h and by speaking In the same manpossibility tha,t by pursuing Sinn A very pretty wedding took place with a euchre, lotto win the ner as Fein methods we can achieve a approval ho had Just done his audi- bn Wednesday of last week at St. will entertain next Thursday after- FUNERAL FLOWERS and supper of every man in great deal more. The policy of apEdward's church at Jeffersontuwn, noon and evening, and aro making ence." pealing ' to the Peace Conference iProfessor De Valera ds right. In when Miss Sarah Cleary became tho extensive preparations to handle a was regarded by many poople as A Special Spray $3.00 crowd. " Many no other country in the world could Drldo of Frank Hooflich, In the largo chimerical when it was first moot- a candidate for public office make presence of many of their friends. prizes will be given andhandsome a good A ed, but its practicability is now im- such a pastor, supper will be served. Special Wreath. $5.00 Rev. Father Reverman, tho declaration of policy. pressing itself on everybody. Even well to re- performed the ceremony and sang Our Dillon and, I think, the Free- memberreaders would do Tho British the nuptial high mass. John things. WAliTER GEORGE SMITH. man are toying with the Idea. No controlledthese service will continue news matter how tho war ends England to endeavor to discredit Sinn Fein. SISTERS GO TO OREGON. Walter George Smith,' of PhilaIs not going to have it all her own And the calumnies will be clothed' iwau way at the settlement. Her allies In specious language so as to deceive Only recently there left the delphia, hns been elected President ffOfffS. fttt certainly, and her enemies proba- even the elect. Tho Sinn Felners Louisville diocese a colony of eight of the American Bar Association. feurih rvenue LoulrvMr. bly, will all havo a big say in the are not bloodthirsty revolutionaries. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Ken- This Is ono of the highest honors matter, anr none of the nations Neither aro they bitter tucky, under the lead of Sister that can come to an American represented at the conference will Tho yaro simply Irishmen who put Beat! Ice, for the far distant mis- lawyer. Walter George Smith Is Wo telegraph Flowers Everywhere have any Interest in seeing Ireland the interests of their "small na- sions of Oregon, whero In the dio- also a member of tho Board of kept in bondage except horself. In- tionality" above everything else. In cese of Baker City they will found Trustees of the Catholic University of America, a Knight Commander deed their interests will bo all the no other country in the world would an academy and a hospital. in the Order of St. Gregory, and other way, and we all like to see that be considered. prominent in many ways in Cathto our fellowman Justice done NEW ALBANY. But truth, like murder, will out. olic as well as In legal circles when it either suits us or does not Even Its bitter enemies (who, needcost us anything. Some people seek less to say, oto tho bitter enemies A retreat for the Catholic men RETORT COURTEOUS. to waive aside the Peace Confer- of all things Irish) aro being forced of New Albany will open tomorrow ence Idea by saying that the Irish to pay tribute to tho sincerity and morning In St. Mary's church, and Recently on a crowded street car representatives will not be admit- honesty of the Sinn Fein party. In will come to a solemn close on the h Irish Times following Sunday night, when tho In Chicago an Irishman gave up his ted to the gathering. It does not a letter to tho Wiestropp, a typical blessing will be given. There will seat to a lady. She was Irish, too, seem to me to matter. vory much O'Callaghan landlord, writes': h whether we aro directly representbo services every morning and even- and did not neglect to thank him. "Thank you kindly," said Bho. "Yesterday I heard Messrs Mc- ing. ed or not. We can wield enough "You're a Jewel." political Influence In America to Neill and DeValera speak at Tulla, "No, Indeed," said ho, "'tis a see that tho United States repre- In tho East Clare election. This is VACANT SEES FILLED. joweler I am I set jewels." sentatives ralso the Irish question, not the place to criticize their policy. and It will be very much in the I say, after thirty years' experience Announcement was made at the Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces FOR WOMAN'S EYE. interests of Russia and certain of public 1110 ana pudiic men, tnat Apostolic delegation 1n Washington other great powers to see that the I havo never heard a cause pleaded on Tuesday that the Right Rev. France holds against the short matter Is properly considered. And, with more transparent honesty and Henry J. Tlhen, Bishop of tho LinFor tho next three weeks we are With thorn, be having regard to all England's pro- loftier patriotism. transferred skirt for the evening. going to offer all of our laces at a wrong, dt was Ireland coln diocese, had been as the sucThere will be nothing "dinky" liberal discount. This offer is genufessions of love for tho small na- they right or and no to tho Denver diocese tions and President Wilson's va- first, last and all tho time, bo eom- - cessor of the late 'Bishop Matz, and about tho smart jabots. ine, and It will pay our National convention rious statements of the aims for nleto and authoritative can that the Rev. For household purposes Irish customers to wrlto us at oneo while witliout such San Franqlsco, John J. Cantwell, of linens are always tho best. Which Amreica is fighting, It will had been appointed our stock 13 complete. as they."From tho Canadian Free Bishop of Los Angeles. not be easy to make a case against man. Irish damasks aro tho whitest Ireland's demand. that can bo made from flax. Rogers Church Goods Co. Indeed the only case that EngYOUNG BISHOP. A MOOT BALL SUBSTITUTE. The wearing of smartly designed land could make In tho matter 129 S FOURTH AVE. with evening gowns has been would bo to point to Redmond. For Tho Right Rev. Paul P. Rhode, hats disA pleasant substitute endorsed. Interpreted agreeably smelling mothlor tho may Bishop of Green Bay, was forty-si- x if Redmond correctly balls Dressy hats, largo with small Tho smartly drossed women of the feelings of the Irish people be made by mixing togetner one years old Tuesday. Only a quiet our blood and ounce each of cinnamon, cloves, nut- - and religious ceremonial marked high crownod shapes, are the lead- tho nutumn will wear Jabot and when be offered ing mode. collar combinations with the tailtreasure to England at the begin- me. mace, caraway seeds and ton tne occasion. Ireland now has the burden of ored suit. ning of the war, then we would quln beans, and alx ounces of pow sending us all the table linen that During the weeks that remain o,' S AWAY. have had no right to appeal to a dered orri root. The mixture the summer the woman will nimble Peaee Conference. For men do not ahiHild ha nut Into email base aad A scented bag that will keep reaches us. usually ge forth to die willingly for these laid among he elothing. Tfcey moths away la made of It ie a mistake to attempt, to use fingers could make very good use a a power mat oppresses mem. uut will impart a pleasant perfume, aad ounce each of cloves, nutmeg' and up odds aad ends of laee and emb- of her time la planning pieces of neckwear. roidery-for jabots, . If Ireland eoattnues to repudiate ; will prove an .eseeUeet preventive. earraway seed. r :kt S s L. ROBERTSON Red-monit- es COS-51- ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USB. High in Heat. in Ash. i l 'i self-relian- S6ANL0N GOAL COMPANY GERMAN, BANK En-nl- s. -- and Market Sts. -- iJM antl-clerlca- ls. anti-Iris- anti-Iris- -- out-of-to- KEEP-MOHI- I one-ha- lf few-smar- t JLCKTTDXJOEIY IS IRISH AMJJGXCAJSP. out- HIBERNIANS. field and through no fault of Manager Clymer, who couldn't foretell the pennant was lost in the this failure.' KNIGHTS Iff COLUMBUS iH n Late News That Will Interest YOUR LAD AND MY LAD. What They Have Been Doing -- i. Members Hero and the Fast Week General Down toward the deep blue water, marching to tho throb of News Notes. INCORPORATED EASY TERMS On We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. i Red Goose School Shoes that they are better constructed, Hho materials used are better and tliat the many new lasts and patterns will, more than ever, satisfy our patrons. Wo conscientiously believe them to bo the most remarkablo footwear for school wear that is offered at anywhere near this price. Wo know the last meeting in October? Our Ladies' Auxiliary will soon have the second mass outfit for Camp Zachary Taylor. The Ancient Order and Ladies' Auxiliary of Portland, .Ore.,- - last Sunday Initiated fifty candidates. Tho County Board officers are gathering in the baseball uniforms and will storo them for next season. Division 3 met last evening, Division 4 will meet next Mon- day evening. How about a joint Initiation for drum, From city "street and country lano the lines of khaki come; gunB, the sturdy The rumbling tread, are full of grim appeal, sunshine While rayi of western flash back from burnished steel. With eager .eyes and cheeks aflame, the serried ranks advance; And your dear lad, and my dear lad, aro on their way to France. " at Denvor. Carroll county of Wheeling has fifty of its men enlisted. Kehoo Council at Ludlow has elected C. T. Deboro as Crand Knight. Next Tuesday a class of over 100 will bo given the two degrees the Householders' Club Plan Of Purchase At INFANTS' SHOES Sizes 2to5 Sizes 5y2 to 8 Sizes 8y2 to Sizes 12 to 2 GROWING Sizes per pair $1.50 to $2.00 per pair $2.00 to $2.25 CHILD'S SHOES - 11 .- per pair $2.50 to $3.50 MISSES' SHOES per pair GIRLS' SHOES v $3.25 to $4.50 2y2oG - .per pair $3.50 to $5.50 . . Sizes 9 to 2 .'. YOUTHS' SHOES per pair $2.75 to $3.50 BOYS' SHOES J With a membership of 300, the Ladies' Auxiliary will take rank with tho foremost in tho country. Cincinnati Hibernians gavo their soldier members a real Irish testimonial and farewell 'before their departure for camp. Prom the Catholic Sentinel we glean that the x Ancient Order is making much progress in Oregon, and especially in Portland. County Financial Secretary reports that only a few more ticket returns are needed to make a complete report of the annual outing. Mary Monahan, County Mrs. President of tho Ladles' Auxiliary at Covington, has three sons in tho draft army here at Camp Zachary Louisville Mc-Tlg- he Sizes 2y to 5Yz per pair $3.50 to $4.50 KNIGHTS OF VS. COLUMBUS LOUISVILLE CUMBERLANDS NEW ORLEANS National Amateur Baseball Championship Eclipse Park, Saturday and Snnday, Sept. 22-2- were Hibernians prominent in tho parade in that city when 3,500 men marched in honor of the drafted men of Kenton county. Utlca Hibernians gave a splendid send-oto their former County President, John T. Buckley, on the eve to the of his departure Wrightstown training camp. gavo Rev. Oregon Hibernians Hugh S. Gallagher, their Stato Chaplain, a rousing farewell before he left for Washington to study Gaelic at the Catholic University. Christie His Grace Archbishop wa.s the honor guest at the elaborate bannuet that followed the big class initiation that closed a sue- cessful membership campaign at Pnrtlnnil.f Drc. . ff W w- Taylor. Covington large resumed business crowd Monday night. After the meeting cards were played and reSaturday Game called at 2:30. Sunday Game called at 1:45 For Best Two out of Three Games. freshments served. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary will sucADMISSION 25 GENTS. ceed in their effort to secure fifty j. E32 mass outfits for our army chapEDW. H. NIEHAUS, lains. They were first to take acE. E. LANNING, JOS. DOUGHERTY, tion and deserve commendation. Sec. and Treas. Vice President President. Hibernian women possess the true patriotic spirit. The Ladles' Auxiliary Is taking great interest in our soldiers and will provide .them with much good reading matter. They urge all who INCORPORATED can to contribute books, magazines and papers, which may bo sent to tho Hibernian Home at Eighteenth and. Portland, from where they will be forwarded to the camps. 3 summer 'I;,,"' IVfJ f,UWenekS, DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. down. Among these are furniture, rugs, many lines of house by. furnishings, etc. Between those cheering multitudes, Ten months are given in which to complete the payment. to where the great ships lie; Tho batteries halt, the columns Tho interest we charge is less than the "fee." d bugle wheel to call, WE GIVE AND REDEEM THE With shoulders squared and faces. VALUABLE SURETY COUPONS front, they stand a khaki wall. Annually, thousands of dollars (of merchandise) have Tears shine on every watcher's cheek, love speaks in every been returned to collectors of- - Surety Coupons through their Sam. glance; redemption. "We give and" redeem theso valuable coupons, Toledo Council closed its camFor your dear lad, and my dear on their way to paign fund Tuesday night, and will lad, aro which means a most substantial saving on all your purforward a goodly sum to the war France. chases. fund. a mist of Before them, through There will be a third degree exWE WELCOME COMPARISON OF STEWyears, in soldier buff or blue, emplification for all iho Hamilton ART PRICES ON ANY MERCHANDISE. Bravo comrades from a thousand county councils at Cincinnati on fields watch now In proud October 23. review; Lebanon Council will bring thirty The same old flag, the same old or more candidates to this city faith the freedom of the when Louisvlllo Council holds its iwcofvonATso world next initiation. h CttBctiiea With James Mc Crmr Ca New Vkk. Spells duty in those flapping folds New councils have been founded HBMHMMMHKIWtittM above long ranks unfurled. m m HHINpj Iowa; Shawlngan Falls, Strong aro tho hearts which bear in Odebolt, Rensealaer, Quebec; Ind., and along democracy's advance Jamestown, N. D. As your dear lad, and my dear lad, Father Butler Council at Hamil go on their way to France. FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS ton, Ohio, will glvo each of its soldier members a prayer book and The word rings out; a million feet GOOD HOLLOAS COFFEE tramp forward on the road, Identification card. Tho Rev. William A." Nugent, of Along that path of sacrifice, o'er Has been the favorite kind. The quality is r Watcheor, Iowa, has been sent to which their fathers strode. .BBBBBSBBBBBBBB the best and our prices are the fairest. Try fiTP With eager eyes and cheeks aflame, Fort Ogelthorpe as chaplain by the our New Blend, 2 lbs with cheers on smiling lips, Knights of Columbus. Seventy candidates were received These fighting men of '17 move Special Auto Delivery Service. Into tho order at Wichita last Sunonward to their ships. Nor even love may hold them back, day. Tho council there Is now one or halt that stern advance, of the largest in Kansas. As your dear lad, and my dear lad, Robert B. Trame, who Is at Both Phones 1323 312 W. Market St. go on their way to France. Camp Zachary Taylor, has been apESTABLISHED 1885. Randall Parrlsh. pointed tho official representative of Bishop Carrell Council in the X. OF O. VS. NEW ORLEANS. camp. At tho Columbus Institute, New fmmmmmmmmmmmmm HavlnS vanquished Cincinnati, Jersey, a class of seventy delegates the. Knights pf Columbus ball team received the major, degrees. Of will now meet the Cumberlands of these sixty-on- e wore the uniform of New Orleans, the winners of the tho American army. amateur championship, Southern Neb., The Knights of Greely, will discontinue sending flowers to families of deceased brothers, hut a will appropriate $10 for masses for the repose of each soul. e flag, pre A beautiful sented to Little Falls Council by Dr. John Hurley, was thrown to the breeze Sunday morning from a sixty-fiv- e foot pole in the council yard. Capt. Frank McTlernan, tho first member to leavo for army service, raised the flag. A sob throat as file on file sweep clings choking in the clear-tone- Tomorrow there will bo an initiation at Shawnee, Okla., whero the order is continually growing. The three Knights of Columbus buildings at Fort Riley, Kan., are now ready for use. East Sunday there was a great initiation at Maryvllle, 'Mo., a laTge class receiving tho degrees. Preparations are being made for an initiation at Greeley, Neb., that will double the membership there. More than twenty members of the council at Dayton, Ohio, are enrolled in tlio service of Uncle STEWART'S There are a great many things which you can buy at Stewart's on which you need make only a small payment V Stewart Dry Goods Co 4 2 vtl JOHN M. MULLOY "' i BE SURE TO CALL FOR I hand-mad- McKENNA WHISKY THE PHIL. HOLLENBACH INCORPORATED Wholesale and Retail Coal, Speecial Furnace Coal, CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. MACKIN CODNCID. ' Monday IT IS ALWAYS PURE. JE FFERSON VECjLE. Henry C. iPatrlck, who had spent his entire life in Jeffersonville, where ho was born nearly seventy years ago, died early Saturday morning after an Illness of only Whilo a young man ho five days. was a member of the Jeffersonville police ofrce, from which he retired to engage in the express 'business. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Patrick; three sons, John, Jacob and Henry Patrick, and four daughters, Mrs. Ida Knobloch, Mrs. Carrie Dixon, Miss Nellie Patrick and Miss Mario Patrick. There Is one brother, George Patrick. The funeral took place Monday morning from St. Augustine's church, Rev. Father Halpln celebrating th.o solemn requiem mass. TRINITY'S BOWLING L13AGUE. cil, and was made tho occasion of another of tho celebrations that haa tho popular Catholic society for tho young men of Louisville. Tho council chamber was crowded when President Seb Hubbuch opened tho anniversary of Mackin night was th'a twenty-fourt- h Coun- M. McKenna, The Great American Distiller, Fairfield, KyTI brought both credit and strength to "iteWSESSWeWlsEBSBsBBs. wmm&93&0iM CO. Office and Yards City 3101 Fifteenth and Magnolia LOUISVILLE, KY. Avenue YELLOWSTONE TAYLOR & WEQLIAMS INCORPORATED. South' OUBy AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. 1101-0- 3 BUD O'BRIEN, Who Will Play Second Base. XAST BROAD WAT. Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 service. We are as Give us a trial for fir6t-claclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs ttir specialty. Give us a call. ss Lee Young Automobile Co . SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Trinity Council Bowling League was off to a jjood start this past week with eight teams represented f, as follows: Hubbuch Bros. & Lurding'a Cafo, Walter's & Cunning, Lewis Brewery, Brotzge, Osterholt Drug Co., Klean Kleaners, Schaefer's Cafe and J. R. ff B.'s. The Hubbuch Bros. & Lurding, won two from Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge won two won from Walters, the Osterholt two from the Klean Kleaners and the J. R. B.'s won all three from Well-endorfWell-endor- the Schaefers. MANY EXPRESS son of SYMPATHY. Where the Quid! Meal Comes In Waere the brightest; Where the lightest; Where the GOO&Gu OObC home work weal ta la U liiOiDl J I inn Wr Where the range stand -- That's the where that's where U "Quick Meal" coae "Quick Meal" cornea la. hu ftiifMH IQaiek Meal Gas Ranges Sold. Installed and Highly RecomiaaKdcil the test Mrs. Mr. and Charles Wright (neo Duane), of 1280 Everett avenue, died WednesWhere work la qrdcklj day evening from injuries received Tuesday noon when he was run done; down by an automohlle on his way Where cooking seem from St. James school to his midreal fan; day lunch. Tho little fellow never from the Where baking gives de- recovored consciousness light; time of tho accident and there was Where drudge Is oat of no possible hope for his recovery. takes place at St. The funeral sight Charles E. Wright, Jr., elght-i'ear-o- ld the first game to take place at Eclipse Park this afternoon. It takes two games out of three to decide the winner and thero will be a double-headif necessary at the park tomorrow, the first game being called at 1:30 o'clock. The gamo this afternoon will be called at- - 2:30 and Mayor Buschemeyer has been invited to pitch the first ball. "Bud" O'Brien, tho heavy hitting star of the Champs in the Twin City League, will play second base Instead of Curley, who has been called to Hattlesburg in the service of Uncle Sam. These games in the world's amaare teur championship, and as the Knights of Columbus team has kept Louisville in the running thus far It Is up to the fans to rally to their support and help them bring the title here. As the Colonels couldn't win the honors In the professional ranks, it is up to tho Twin City pennant winners to win the honors In the amateur class. As an added George (Cack) Hon. attraction Barrett has been secured to umpire tho bases. er semi-fina- ls meeting with prayer. Especially gratifying was the prosenco of bo many of tho former Presidents Shelley, James Vincent Smith, Charles Raldy, John Kenny, W. A. George Link, Thornton, Frank Adams and John Lynn, who reviewed the history and work of Mackin Council and paid tributo to the absent ones, who wcro Dani Cunniff, Samuel Robertson, Ben Sand, William Korberg and Louis J. ' Kiefer, who were out of tho city or unavoidably absent. Thomas D. Cllnes was another speaker, making happy reference to the Twin City Leacua and Invltlncr all to ba Dres- ont at Eclipse Park on Saturday and ' Sunday to encourage the local champions in tho battle with Now Orleans for tho national amateur pennant. tho death of A memorial on Michael McGillicuddy was presented and adopted and an engrossed copy ordered sent his family. Announcement of the injury to Dan Cunlff caused a feeling ofi gloom and earnest prayer for his recovery. Robert F. Burke. Grand" President of the Atlantic Jurisdiction, spoke on the progress imride toward bringing all the Catholic young men's societies of the country. Into ono body, along lines similar to j the y. M. j. A., wnicn wias gaining favor with tho hierarchy and laity. Two meetings of heads of national bodies have been held to further this movement, one at Philadelphia and one at St. Louis, and President Burko has urged tho Rev. Father Garescho to call tho third to meet Mackin In Louisville next month. Council will soon after the next Initiation begin planning for its silver jubilee anniversary. -- WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYH Louisville, X74 jfDINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT I F. R X. L. BEER I NONE PURER NONE BETTER I Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure, i X IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. EPIDEMIC HEROINE. Sister Euphrasia, formerly Mary Stafford, of Pittsburgh, founder of St. Joseph's Hospital in Lexington, died at Nazareth early Friday of last week. She had retired from the active management of St. Joseph's Hospital last January after nearly forty years' service. Sister Euphrasia was formerly attached to St. Joseph's Infirmary In Louisville, and during a'pmallpox epidemic here many years ago rendered valiant Bervico. She celebrated the golden Jubilee of taking her vows three years" ago, when she received thousands of messages from all over Kentucky and other States. DEDICATION. EVENING WEDDING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED James church this morning. The bereaved parents and family have the heartfe.lt sympathy of their many friends and acquaintances In their hour of trouble. ISAStiHALL CURTAIN. GEHER & SON, ! 11111 1 215 W. MARKET fST. 1 1 1 i II I IH I II It It X I rnc. & Mf f. P. IAXHBN. W., VlH TtH. TK. t T. N. MEftMKE, SMfttuy. IP. BANNON PIPE OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON HOMft PHOrMS OITY VORKS 573-1786. CO. Sewer aa4 Calvert Five, Baaaea's Pate at Liaaesl Five fer Steam Ceaaaitt, Wall Ceaiatf, Drala Tile, Thrift Brick, , Fire Preelag-- Flae Llala. Fire Brick Crate aaa Beiier Tile, Greaa Fire Clay, Catmaey tmjtt. OUMB. MAIN Ave a4 Matnotta n minHiiiiHiiiHtmnn mint umiih 13th a Break. 507. Be. 9tfe awl ittfc. Tho baseball curtain for 1917 went down Wednesday on a most successful season for the fans and management alike, the attendance being good all season and the pen nant race exciting right up to the close. Manager Clymer upheld his reputation for finishing with tho leaders and it was no fault of his that the Colonels did not win the ponnant flag. The loss of the pennant Is attributed to several, causes, our showing against Toledo being one, the failure at third base being another, But the principal one la the minds of all good judges Is the absolute failure of Our outfield. At the beginning of the season Comp-toDaniels, Platte and Williams looked like the beet outfield in the league and sure 300 hitters or thereabouts. Instead Compton and Platte ficsled to nothing, Daniels had a, had year and Williams could pitcher. Thus not hit a n, left-hand- ed LOUISVILLE, KY, The marriage of Miss Clarissa PHONE CITY 859. Fehr and Dr. Deshay Harris will be solemnized this evening at o'clock at ,tho home of the bride's A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fehr, on Cherokee drive. The Rev, Dr. Harris Mallinckrodt, pastor of Calvary Episcopal church, will officiate. Miss Elizabeth Kremer will be the maid of honor and Dr. Harris Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager will have as his best man Lieut. Charles Comfort, of Framlngham, Due to the rreat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Conn. After a wedding trip Dr. Harris and Mrs, Harris will go to and if you have tried the rest set the BEST. Hattlesburg, Miss., where Dr. Har- PHONES Home 5hawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. ris will report for duty. G FALL CITY BEER inmates of the splendid orphanage In Crescent Mill, On that day the newly enlarged chapel and building will be dedicated with Impressive ceremony aad then thrown open to the public for inspection, The St. Joseph Orsban Society is arranalna a flae programme for this occasion and invites all friend or ne institution to be present, ' -- Sunday, September 30, should prove a gala day for tho St, Joseph Orphan Society and the Sisters aad GIRL PAINFULLY HURT. Heme Phone 1913 Cumb. Phone West 191 Mary Quinn, sixteen years old, daughter of Patrick Quinn, of 432 South Seventeenth street, was seriously Injured Saturday when a box fell from a wagon ait Thirteenth! and Main streets and struck her on the INCORPORATES The box was on a wagon head. belonging to the Booker Box Company nd was pulled off by an electrie wire. 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