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Kiftlilk St. Wholesale and Retail Home Phone City 7075. 431) HARMON'S ' VOLUME XL.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY JUN PRICE FIVE CENTS. 3T i,i .'t ' ;- tw - s ; - 1 Se. THEY TPT-.T1 1.1 ..?- JI A ..: - - wrr ?. Resolutions Adopted lcient Orf r of Hibernians Repudiating the Actions of JAriy Person of Perions Guilty of Disloyalty "Ato the Cause oflthe Allies.. . NEW FRENCH 155'S ADVANCE IN THE GREAT DRIVE. The eyes of' the world are concentrated on the struggle which is Confidence of the Allies to hold being "waged on .Plcardy front, by their faith In the new " the Boche Is d good deal affected model of the French great guns. "Foll-loux- calculable extent. The only source from w,hlch to .replenish this terTroops, rible drain is America. armored cars, airplaines, munitions will be diverted from their logical objective, the .battle lines between the Allies and Germany, to put Forced to Fight For a Liberty downthe rebellion in Ireland. "And to what purpose? The conShe Does Not Possess scripts gained would be less than .; the number of men taken to quell Herself. the Irish rebels. What conscripts could be added to the British army would take from six to nine months ,'i that AM&Captain Says British Mens- - to train. And within won. time tlw war will be lost or furo May Mean Loss attempt to conscript has "The J fairly put Australia out of tire conof War. flict. The conscription bill in Canada has resulted in tho sending of only 30,000 troops overseas, while of volunWhy Will the British Insist In the last nine months conscription teering previous to 120,000 men were sent across. Why on Making Jtlistnh of will the British insist on.i making Conscription? the mistake of conscription all over again in Ireland, and adding to it the terrible cost of internaf warfare? iECHVEMOlDS AT GAUIPOLI "Mr. de Valera. leader of the IRELAND At a regular meeting1 of the County,,Bard of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville and Jefferson county, constitute" as it is of the official representatives of the divisions located here, the following, mllutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved) That we hereby abhor and Mlemn in unmeasured terms those characters whether 'native or foreign born as gu&pr of treason, perfidy and fraud, who under the guise ofa false patriotism have ,oojispired with the common enemy of our country, or who 'have given it aid. comfort jpid support in its mad effort to crush out the liberties of mankind. i Resolved, That wo rejoice in the knowledge that the great rank and file of the people of Ireland, as well as American' citizens of Irish blood in this country, are enlisted under the flag of our land and of the allies; that as a matter of fact to date of January 1, 1918, Ireland has furnished 170,000 nien, or 58.1 per cent, of her total military population, as attested by British War Office records; that in our own land they are going to the front by the tens of thousands, ready, willing and eager to sacrifice their lives upon the altar of humanity for the preservation of the Democracy of tho world. Resolved, That we appeal to the people of Ireland to lay aside all personal differences, and while they have done nobly inHhe past, we urge them to give the allies their undivided allegiance and supportfand "help them hold the enemy in check until the Americans arrive in sufficient forcejto turn the tide of battle and make the world safe for Democracy. THOS. J. DOLAN, Chairman; JOHN H. HENNESSY, JOHN J. BARRY, JOHN M. RDLEY, THOMAS WALSH, JAMES J. M'TIGHE, THOMAS LYNCH, MARK RYAN, THOMAS LANGAN. TROPHIES OF CANADIANS. Canadian troops returning to their billets after their tour of duty in tho front line trenches on tho Somnie. All are cheerful and several carry German helmets as trophies if the fight. as heretofore and on this account the work is not quite so heavy. A great many of the soldiers when leaving expressed themselves, very kindly regarding the Knights of Columbus work, saying they did not know how they would have gotten through tho hard winter if It had not .been for the recreation buildings at the camp. Gen. Hale also expressed himself very favorably on leaving, copy of his letter being published in this issue. are The Knights of Columbus erecting two more buildings at Camp Zachary Taylor, one of which portable yesterday a arrived house, which will be erected In the negro district. The other building when it comes will bo put up at Poplar Level road and Hess lane, close to the chaplains school. and Fraas, Secretaries O'Daly who worked here In the early stages of the Knights 6f Columbus SKARGA One of Poland's Greatest Men and Leader of His. People. Was .Jesuit Prelstand Arouuscd People to Iteform and -- V- Charity. Broad Vision and Noble Heart Marked His Whole at KEYST0NERS Play .Leading. Role This Week -- " Republlcan-partyinlrelandhas-4)- f- uniLGIve'Kci6riucrs:Somejti Worry. ple who were present Jiwon't go away with a good Impression of the city's Keystoners. A bad police force is a bad advertisement." (Commercial bodies and Louisville boosters, please note.) A traveling man present said that whiliyeolng south on a FourtlUiavenue cLVLhe day pre- - ;Vicar to Fourth and Central, being sent there on a call, t and the poor "boobs" were lost. Two gentlemen coming in Eighteenth street. In an automobile saw a Keystoner sprawled all over the pavement with cap and club In the gutter. This was 2:20 a. m. Saturgot el CAMP NEWS General Foley Is Pleased Work. Life. activities, have returned and are now playing the role of soldiers with the boys .whom they formerly helped to entertain. books and magazines HIS SERMONS WERE PROPHETIC te v to put 500,000 men In tho field If Ireland be granted her independence. tho British army of Thai conscription In Ireland will occupation be Ifwithdrawn and this inovttnMv roonit in tho consolida result in withdrawal tion of every party In Ireland tforj the placing alone would additional of me purpose ui pibbbuhus """ troops In Frances 100,000 guarantee will front against conscription is the that no alien foot he will tread on statement of Dr. William J. Ma- Ireland's soil, and Ireland will be loney, late Captain in tae British by army, now a resident of New York defendedinvaders. Its own fighters agaln3t City. "Rather than have a settlement in Dr. Maloney left New York Irish question, Lord serve in the of the Selbourne and Carson withv Auugst, 1914, to Vflrltlsh army, from which he was drew from tho English Cabinet, de4, IrivaHded with honor August priving their country of their serv191'6, "permanently unfit for serv- ices in the midst of the war. These as a result of wounds." He re- are the men .behind the present ice ceived his wounds, from which ho move. Lansdowne has already can never Tecover, at Galllpoli, on shown that he considers that the members war June 7, 1915. Thirteen enough for the has lasted brothers British empire. long can not be posOf his family, including It in the and cousins, have enlisted One sible that he and the imperialists struggle against Germany. action, who think wUluJTrrH believe that brother has foeen killed In from f another he has notof hoardstruggle. the 'war caHbe Ibroughttaan abprtlve end hy Ifiternal '" the Blnco the beginning Tf Tinr worn nnv Tinsslbllltv of frietton. Certainly nothing else can regulating imnsn legislation iro Continued on Third Fage.J Jh Berlin." said Dr. Maloney Wednesday morning at his borne, GRADUATION. ' streot; "the 156 East Seventy-nint-h German Emperor himself pould Next Thursday night St. Xavier's no greater handicap to the annual comhave Allies than would .be effBtted by the College will exercises,its when thirty-fiv- e proposed Government ill for Irish mencement men will be graduated. ' coercion. That this bill will go Rightyoung Bishop O'Donaghue will into effect there is little doubt. The be the Rev. honor guest, and Charles G. tr.ts.ti mnmhnra In fhft TTOUSB are an !H for the body; they hive not the vote Klapheke Anwill speak oratorical alien interesting alumni. rf a single BritisM member, "vwn can not ofcourso wonder at and musical programme will be delivpresented", the the couise that tilings have taken. ered by Henry orations to be Leo Willenbrlnk, This is a time jot the greatest Burke, Charles Lyun and Frank stress, almost transcending reason. Bloemer. Rev. John R. But firhat Is now proposed will President of Notre Dame Cavanaugh, University, make .things infinitely worse make Ifvwill have this will evening.the principal address of o better. resuHJoUUcally: That there will the be In Ireland bo toinn Fein party, a no , Nationalist party, but only freazled party united to fight conscription to the death. will' have the Inevitable result .at (Mlldfylng the Irish people under the 'banner of a common canw vM nothing else could unite th.em. Kvett Ulster will oppbse con- fereo: Lans-downe, de-vl- s$ ad 2iStiia9V:KfMersaske mm iu let uium k.iiw wnen tney MOWithlKniglits-d- l Louisville Ilearld Gives Camouflage Figures on Their Efficiency. Mayor Smith Not Living Up To No News Suppression. Bishop O'Donaghue Visits Sold- BARRETT FOR CITY TREASURER '. r Mtaijiat hZ the last conscription meas-afrom the Ulsterltos. Carspn oaU not prevent tins opposmuu. lVVthat he can do is to prevent oykl ol it Tom becoming public pnopanr. There will Je only this dlffer- nnnnnpjita the tt'R hatwraen will remain passivuiy a, Sinn Ti'AlnftrB will onIolpnco with whatever iv mma tn fliptr hiinds. (Tiailnn nf if on r and a iM pLIlUMt stands solidly opposed mamii aDOUi to 'oe iorceu t? jian the only resuu, ino 3 l msult, Is war. flr V. E. Smith visited jrKne saia: 'ii woum ixno rhalf divisions with ma- i, to hold the Irish, and it rkrJh' whlliv' filr Eric IB T Vn Tnnuarv 14 of this is tolly, from a war vlow- h4 ciiffcpef rnnsnrlntlon for and t that time, only two Ire Ago, the measure was de- OlDI the iHonae by a vpto or feat .;J i wu tMv than1 it is than, crltnlnal now. CHARLES M. SCHWAB. lew nimuia v ""o a This wide world known steel monuv. xnera i troops.) on tha ammunl- - man, now In charge of United tldVOMP arappues, of an in- - States, shipbuilding. rf warn -- organ, its duty an administration being to advertise the acts of the officials in power, and to apologize for their shortcomings. In return the paper receives a sop in tho way of city or county printing, and the slogan of "The truth, no matter whom It helps or hurts," Is dropped for "Don't kill the goose that 'lays the golden egg." In Louisville the role of administration organ at present falls to the lot of the Louisproven ville Herald, and it has some Herculean task, as the "reform administration" in tho City Hall and Court House certainly need staunch defenders. Hearkening to the constantly Increasing criticism of the police and firemen and calls on Mayor "Smith to do something, the Herald on Tuesday attempted an elaborate defense of the Keystone police and firemen. A hodge podge of figures was given, purporting to be arrests, nothing being said about convictions or what the charges of arrest ,wore. The figures were about on a par with tho toy the figures given Board of Works recently when that board expenditure of over an showed $30,000 for street reconstruction In January. February and March, and everyone knows that four foot of on top of snow was plied the of that streets during time, street work being impossible. Here's a week's review of that efficient police force the Herald speaks two-thir- In every city of any size there is some newspaper designated as of- - Monday afternoon a pickpocket snatched a purse In Union Station and ran past two of tho Keystone police who were standing in the talking of things "down door, hum" and tho prospects for ood crops- this season. When they came out of their trance the thief was beating it up Broadway. The two Keystoners started on the run, but wero hardly going fast enough to get out of their own way, one a former Brook of them beingstreet car conductor, not used to anyway. They gave traveling fast up the chase after a half a square - . mi Jp dK ti "' up In great style. A young private soldier took up the chase, went up Broadway, out Ninth, and caught htai tho pickpocket and brought back, to Union Station. , The big the crowd gathered around solpolice and complimented th dier on his good work. Cumai0Bs were heard on all about Louie- to ville's joke police and It I say peo )hat tlM "mny jrd mh ii,nt ottt-of-toa- day morning. They drove into the Seventh district police station, Eighteenth and Garland, and reported, their find and obligingly drove the rescue party back to the scene. After picking him up the searching party looked around for his partner and found him up the street farther, high and dry on a bread box. On January 29 Mayor Smith said officially that news suppression was a thing of, the past, and although former administrations were guilty of suppressing news pertaining to city affairs his administration was going to treat the residents arid taxpayers as stockholders. Did anyone hear who tho two policemen were from the Herald, tho official organ? Did the officers tell the citizens who discovered the policeman, who he was or the name of his partner whom they gathered In? Did 'Mr. Selllg-mawho speaks for the Board of Safety, give out the news? Not even a tip was given. The patrolmen were Jefferson and Hecht and they were new men, and incidentally were the two who reported the robbery of Yeager's afe'to the, proprietor recently, the cafe ibelng on their beat. Here's a couple of more for the young man ,on the Herald who bo eloquently told of the present efficient and capable police force: Tuesday one of the Keystoners was seen Jauntily crossing Hancock and Jefferson street,' with his lunch under 'his arm, a cigarette In his mouth and a lady on his arm. You can't beat that combination. The same evening one of the funny police was seen sitting on tho ledge surrounding tho old Y. M. C. A. lot at Fourth and Broadway, uniform coat and 'club by his Mde, contentedly munching peanuts. The only thing needed to complete rthe picture for our old Keystoner would have been a, circus and red' lemonWednesday acother of .the ade. Keystoners gave the- patrons of the Broadway car llnoiqulte a little fun and ainusement. Ttotoably missing the old routine of Tiding up and down on, the, cars aajjd being hungry for a taste of . thet old' life, this comedy policeman Warded car at 10:30 .a. m. and rode up and down the line, in uniform, to his heart's content. After a couple of trips he went to aled and the conductor, ,No. 43, 8Bgeted that he get off at Shawne FaHc. The Key stoner strenuQuiy ' dwagreea witn him and aio with, the mounted police, whd trld 'to get him off ridesn and After a few wor down rhe patrol waabn wu called and a reacrve qual, got him off at renin ana jsroaaway at 2 o'clock, lust three hours aadj a half after h boarded the en. He. was not arrested, a no $rke was made house. Raint hint, at thea;. station day It was the end of perfect for lolly Utile Keraitoner nolke- aiau. Bscomlug dnnwted with the puee rone as s now cjmswtusa Sergeant Jota Hktjge. effbt years' j Oorpotal T. A. Dartd, tour service n, - iers and Encouraged the Secretaries. Many Louisville Boys Among Arrivals For the Past Week. NINE MASSES SAID LAST SUNDAY auditorium are at a standstill. The other two buildings are rushed to the limit with the new men who are now In quarantine. Many Louisville boys are among the new arrivals and a visit from folks in the city will be appreciated .by them. DurlntT tho WPOk VlMP nnnnrnl Father Foley, from Chicago, visited tne camp ana inspected the work of tho Knights, of Columbus at the three buildings. He was well pleased with everything and promised to come back and bring Bishop Hayes with him at some time in the near future. Last Sunday nine masses were celebrated at Camp Taylor with the assistance of some of the Catholic priests who are here In the chaplains' school. Rev. Father Fealey celebrated mass In the Y. M. C A, building, near tho chaplains' school, and 487 attended this service, many of them receiving holy communion-Bishop. With the exception of the Depot Brigade, Camp Taylor presents a very appearance lonesome this week. Tho .buildings on the Poplar Level road are deserted and activities at the Knights of Columbus 10-1- -- . - u--r r O'Donaghue also paid a visit to the camp during the past week and gave a great deal of encouragement to the Knights of Columbus Secretaries working there. stages have been erected Outdoor In connection with all, of tho buildings and during the summer all entertainments will be held out of doors-- . Thore are a great many fine singers among-thnew men and inuslo at the masses lapt Sunday was excellent. An interesting entertainment given during the ipast week was the lecture of, tho Indian Chief, Red Fox, from Carlisle University, who spoke to the .soldiers, at each of tho Knights of Columbus buildings and aroused the greatest enthusiasm among his hearers. He Is a highly polished and educated red man and thevboys received him most cordially, j He 'has illustrated pictures of Custer's, last flght .and gave his war dances on the outdoor stages. He: promised to come back some tfme in the future and speak to the sokllers again when the new draft comes-In- . Rar. .SVthnr Oatlaeharj. whn la the Knights et Columbus chaplain at th 'Bwy seems to, foe very muen uneraMea m nis werk, and wtth th Assistance of the Secretaries Vm' handling the hoe- - om' fConXn m Becjmd Page. as inaarptet h bese.ha-pit- al prophetic character; Skarga had. predicted tho decline and fall of Poland some 200 years 'before tho end came, so that ho has aptly tbeen surnamed the "Prophet of Poland." A part of his prophecy has come true, and the Poles hope that the second part, which treats of tho resurrection of Poland, will become a fact also. Skarga was, moreover and this fact interests us particularly tho pioneer Bocial reformer of Poland, who not only expressed in words but also In deeds the thought of. Catholic social action. It Is worthy of note, especially at this time, that this priest prepared a prayer book with "wonderfully beautiful prayers and meditations" for soldiers, thus evidencing at that remote time his understanding and appreciation' of soldiers' welfare woric. But this one Instance of loving caro and Bocial activity can not claim as much consideration as four other distinctly social undertakings of the prle3t patriot. Those were so carefully planned and so prudently executed that ono of them at least, the of Mercy," ' con"Confraternities tinues to exist in many cities of Poland after 300 years, With a practically unchanged constitution. By. founding theSso organizations, and especially by tho orectipn of tho of St. Lazarus'," "Confraternities which undertook to care for beggars and cripples, Skarga became tthe precursor of St. Vincent do Paul, who founded similar Institutions In JOHN D. RYAN. One of the foremost leaders in Paris some forty ydars later. In thb year ,1686 Skarga founded the. business world, now in charge of aircraft production. Continued on Third Page. ered envoys of Rome, who bear no true and unselfish love for their own people and have no interest in their welfare. It is therefore all the more worthy of note that the Open Court, published by the well known Monlst Paul Carus, prints the biography of a man who is ven crated by his people as a noble pa-- , trlot Father Peter Skarga, of the handicap, and the new building will Society of Jesus. -' give him a larged field to carry on No one can read this article without being filled with the greathis activities. Outdoor furniture, porch chairs est admiration for this priest and even Still this well and rockers have been supplied to religious. all of the buildings, as the men meant biography falls to convey a more comfortable out of proper Impression of the real imfeel much portance pf this great man, of whom doors on these hot nights.' The ladles of the St. Helena's Co- Prof. Ignatius Chrzanowski, historoperative Club are making curtains ian of literature, writes: "At that for all of the buildings, which will time there arose a man In Poland, give them a much more home-lik- e a man who loved his country with appearance. irnch a consuming love, wlio was so Louisville Council, K. of C, is painfully affected by all that hap? still giving receptions on Saturday pened to his native land, who iwas nights for soldiers, and these affairs more solicitous of its future than will be continued under the aus- any other man living In the sixpices of the Entertainment (Commit- teenth century; a man pure as a tee as long as the soldiers accept tear-drosaintly of heart and In the invitation "Everybody wel- his deeds, and gifted with surpassing knowledge; a man who de- -' come." termined to arouse his people once COMMENCEMENT. more and to win them to Teform and charity by conjuring them in Vhfl commencement of Holy Ros the name of God. This man was a and Park priest, the greatest preacher Poland ary Academy, Fourth nvonnn will tnko nlaco next Tues has produced, and one of the greatday night In the new Academy est In the wide world, a man of auditorium, beginning at s ociock. plain birth, Peter Skarga." The exercises will be interesting In the article appearing In the and in keeping with tho spirit of Open Court entire passages are' quoted from these sermons and Vhe the times. proof advanced for their partly, the Secretaries'. A new portabel building for the work at West Point is expected daily, and will take the place of the two tents which are now being used at this artillery range. is a great Secretary Mangin favorite at West Point, being called "Frenchle" by the officers and men-H- e Is working under somewhat of a p, Knights. o ..CftlunibuajLali 81JL avenue, and from South Fourth to the camp. thore transferred There Is also a great need for musical instruments, and If there are any friends of the soldiers who have discarded Instruments of any kind they will be gladly received hy will be gladly, received at tho and primarily Jesuits, as patriots. Over and over again one is forced to realize that in the popular mind the becowled religious are consid- The world flatly refuses to recog nize members of religious orders, ...y..,.. A wmMumWSm .. :. S , . -- ' - '. 1 b'tow',J'K"; VlE '. C3 Xit. at7? ... .." 't.irtr.:. .fir idSKCTUOBTVKENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGRN. COMING EVHNTS. - I :n V A2MDrs:iEcxoAri Andrew A'. Cosnell, and Mr. Con-ne- ll, who wera entertaining mem18 Picnic for 'benefit of ber of the Hojfiy Club. Their guests Juno Mrs. William at Fontaine also Included Mr. andG. B. McGinn, u St. Boniface school Clark, Mr. and) Mm. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Ferry Park. J Messrs. of Louisville; and Devoted to the Sodaf and Moral Advancement ol Irish Americans and Catholics Juno 20 (Lawn euchro and lotto k, Bert. Shrader, C. E. by Division 3, A. O. II., on lawn, Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Officially Indorsed by Ancient J. Q. Nber; Misses Anna M. 1818 Portland avenue. ttfargaret Shrader, O. Nabor, Institute and Catholic Knights of America. June 2G Annual picnic for St. Corlnne Gaitek Virginia Seabrook, AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incotpctl. Publishers Aloyslus church, Peweo Valley, on Dorothy M. KENTUCKY IRISH Irma Seahrook and Master cGeorge B. Shrader.. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c church grounds. Dancing andwrds were features of July 4 Annual picnic for or- tho evening jHJ& Entered at the Loulivllle Poitofflce ai Second. CUi Matter. phans of St. Vincent's and St. ed Mr. and Mrs. prizes were awardBert Shrader, A. 1 Wast Qreen St. Thomas Orphanages. A. Connell and G. B. McGinn. stress, all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Mes-dames Sea-broo319-32- HERMAN STRAUS roum Avciwe wcosrAsuMrro SONS MARKET STREET J We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. $ TRADES KTn'ffj COUNCU. j LOUISVILLE, KY. PATIUOTIG AND CATHOLIC, j SATURDAY, JUNE IS, 1918 was prosecuted up to the Supreme Court, where it was burled for g00(L Now as a whIspor. says the CatnoIc Advance, let the Catholics (lown thero keep an eyo on tho comntion of weather and don't ven-Re- v. ture lnto tho Biorm without an rs That Patriotism and Catholicism was never more are synonymous forcibly proven than upon the occa- sion of the Installation or tno .Most John W. Shaw as ArchblBhoj V. Frank Reported that 5,000 of New Orleans In St. Joseph's Pro- - umbroila. The Legislature that Miss Emily Mucphy has loft for tickets wore , ready for distribution Cathedral. From his deep, thought- - Bave all tMg troubie had only one Panama, where she will join her and that thei would foe sent to- - tho various parishes, where it is hoped ful and patriotic address the fol- - Cathollc. an(1 ho a convert, amone brother, Zan Murphy. the children would attempt to dis to the the members. lowing should bring joy Again wo repeat: Miss Kathleen Donlon has been pose of them, prizes being offered American heart: Keep an eye to windward. spending the past ten days with by Mr. Frank) for the largest sales by the children. M. Miss Tilllo as 1 glance My dear friends, relatives at Cleveland, Ohio. Ouniff makes ,a special appeal for around this church I seo in magWOULDN'T UK HERE. NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT dolls of all kinds and descriptions nificent array tho service flags of Miss Helen Bailey, of Charles-towfor the novel y booth. Big, little. the parishes of this city. Oh! how Republican candidate for Ind., has been spending the old, now or even crippled The dolls will pleased I was to see such a noble Congress responded to the toast of week with 2uss Mary Barrett. bo thankruily1 received, as It Is imand glorious presentation of Catholic patriotism as represented In the "Why I Am a Junior," referring to Miss Theresa Ackermann, of possible to buy them, and there thousands of stars on the flags the Junior Order of United Ameri- Louisville, spent several days last must be a doll booth for the little orphans. Any one desiring to dowhich roassed before mo this even can Mechanics, an A. P. A. Society week with relatives at Tell City. nate may call Miss Cunlfl at City ing. Tho Catholic church was never which opposes Immigration. If the 6876 or Main 948, or write to her wanting in patriotism, for next to Miss Nellie May Cllsham, of Breckinridge, she tho lovo of God comes tho lovo of Junior Order's principles had been left last week for Chi- at 127 East to send for anddolls. will be glad country. Thank God, from the very observed during the his forefather's cago, where she will spend the This committee will also have beginning Catholics have ever been time the speaker wouldn't months. have prize boxes In connection with the foremost in love of country. From been hero now. tho days when Catholic missionMiss Mary Barrett has returned booth, and will appreciate articles Persons who aries and Catholic priests went forth from a week-en- d visit with her of any kind. the house which havo TEACH THE CHILD. bring they with Catholic explorers to aunt, Mrs. William Gray, at articles aboutfor and which could be gospel to those who havo no use the light of tho The parent who fails to teach , Charlestown, Ind used are asked to send them to her. wandered in darkness, from that day to this tho sons of the Catholic a child to obey is a failure. It is Mr. and 'Mrs. J. E. Ferguson havo Five thousand 'buttons aro now on distin- not distributed at the church havo always been servile obedience that God re- returned from Bloomlngton. Ind., hand and will be parks guished for their love of country, and TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS quires, but loving obedience; and where they visited Mr. and Mrs. church doors,sales of Liberty other places. made a glorious bond The have always only by patience, gentleness Patrick Ferguson. combination cards are progressing record. Numbers came across tho It Is all seas animated with this great un- and perseverance that a child can Mrs. M. J. McCluskey was ono of satisfactorily, andany parishes that have not taken dying thought, "Wo will help to be taught to obey lovingly. are requested But a house party last week at tho to send their representatives to the make America glorious among tho coddling never produces obedience; home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed D. Shlh-nlc- k next meeting, stating how many nations of the world, as the upat Shelbyvllle. they want. The burden of disposholder of civil as well as religious neither does It teach love; it destroys the child's character. ing liberty." Mrs. John Ryan Mattlngly has to a of these cards must not bo left congregations, Our sons have gone across the returned from a visit with her sis- lend fewhelping hand. but all must a seas to work as truo and loyal Numerous PRESIDENT PESTERED. ter, Mrs. Maude Boone, at NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES FOR GIRLS' WEAR. donations were received and thankAmericans and if need bo to lay Nelson county. fully acknowledged. The Chairmen down their lives in joyous sacrifice President Wilson has 'been pesof committees gave In the list of that tho star of liberty may shine tered by some prohibition fanatics Dr. J. T. has forever, that freedom may not per- who would prevent necessary war spending the Hulskamp Chicago, been workers, and all expressed great atweek in one of tho ish from tho face of the earth, and tending tho meeting of Ameri- confidence In having most successful picnics in the hisshould they fall fighting for this activities until the President for- can Modlcal Association. the tory of tho society this year. glorious ideal, Catholic hands will bids the manufacture of beer and KEYSTONERS weave tho garlands of flowers and wines by executive order. A House The relatives and many friends Catholics will write the epitaph, SERVICE FLAG BLESSED. of Mrs. B. J. Campbell aro rejoiced "Hero lies In Cathollc soil a Cath- amendment to the agricultural bill over her recovery after undergoing Continued from First Page. olic boy who crossed the soas and would prevent the expenditure of an operation for appendicitis. The anniversary of St. Aloyslus gave his life that his country might $G,000,000 except on this condi Society of St. Boniface church was live." God bless our 'Doys ana tion. This led the President to the occasion of an Impressive cele- teen years' sen-ice-; Station-keepLouisville people in New York bration SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. God bless our flag and our Presilast Sunday. Solemn high send a letter to Senator Sheppard last week were H. J. Michael, P. J. mass was sung at 7:30 In the service; Patrolman John T. Green, dent and rulers and give them light Hundreds are joining: our War Savings Club. One dollar's M. F. Dooling, twenty-eigCallahan, C. B. years' F. Folton morning, durlpg which to counsel and guide our country declaring that ho was opposed to and Mr, and Mrs. Moran, Ream. the members olgnt years, and Chaffeur J. L. worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings E. K. God further prohibition safo in this hour of trial. received holy', communion legislation at in a Mishback, one year, have resigned deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1,000 members. bless our soldiers who aro fighting wants to win tho Miss Helen McGrath, who was body. Solemrwvespers and benedic- fromt he force. 3 our battles, and strengthen their this time. Ho tion in the afternoon George B. Bar war; but there aro some short- visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph F. were at arms .to. .hear our flag to victory. follojjjBby the 'blessing and rett shied his castor Volght, Pearl street, Jeffersonvllle, Home Phono 25GC individuals who would has Wo must help them to bear their sighted dedication otFa beautiful service ror uuy Auditor this into the ring HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY returned to Lafayetto, Ind. burdens, we must stand forth and rather tho Kaiser should win tho flag bearing ' seventy-thre- e stars. to tne notion or tho week, subject Democratic encourage them to do their duty, Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. pet theories Col. J. h. Haager has been Tho Rev. Father Erasmus Dooley. party, and has already received to accomplish their great work, that war than that their DIVISION 3. ' is spending the week City, whoCampan. army chaplain stationed many promises of support from dif America may be in tho foremost should be defeated. Such men are where he Zachary Taylor, was the First and third Fridays, Hibernian attended tho annual con- at rank, do her full part, and fulfill a real danger to tho country. celebrant of the mass assisted by ferent factions of the atrong belIpve ho wlll be a e Home, 0 vention of tho Chiefs of Police. Portland. her great destiny as the upholder other priests of the Francis- date. President John M. Riley. of liberty, the right of every man PASS IT TO ROTH. Margaret Donahue, of Oak- - can oraor, wno are aiso ciiapiiiiru; Mrs. Vice President Walter Murphy. to a decent living, and the right of The service flair SCHOOL CLOSES. dale, had as visitors week Mrs. at the local camp Secretary John Financial J. 1 all men to civil and religious lib STARKS BUILDING. was dedicated In honor of seventy-tw- o The good work of the Y. M. W. B. Graham, of last Nashville, and Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. erty. Wo must stand by our men C. A., which young men of the parish who so gen Mrs. Porter Bibb, of Crescent Hill. has been The closing exercises of St. Agne3 Recording Secretary John A CHv your army and navy. la the are in the army or navy of tho school on the Newburu road, the Martin. boya an education Wo must win this war, we must erously heralded over tho country prepare them for life.that will and one young parish attended by the Passlonlst Mrs. Maurice Vincent Boland and united states, Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. never yield though It requires ten and deserves all that is said of it, woman who is actively engaged as Sergcant-at-Arm- s Shee- - ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Martin years to reap success. If the war lias to its credit nearly all that is daughter, of St. Louis, aro visiting a Red Cross nurse, a special mu- fathers, will take place tomorrow. An excellent programme has been han. her mother, Mrs. Katherlne Burke, sical programme was ten years. America must fight being lasts rendered at arranged. 113 W. BrnniltraT. T.iwIavHIl done by tho Knights of 1823 East Elm street, New Albany. Sentinel Thomas Noone, to tho finish. Tho Catholics of this both services. In our Catholic papers country will ever uphold the United Columbus. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. WANTS THEIR NAMES. Joe Kern has been spending a vuuuuu, ana xjusmesa States in this fight Our flag must thero Is just recognition ot the ouieiiuuo DIVISION 4. DISPLAY MUSICAL TALENT. Courses. Preparatory Department, Large triumph, victory must rest upon its work or both, but elsewhero it week in New York on business. During his absence Mrs. Kern is The Chairman or St. Xavler's Meets second and fourth Mondays. Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymna conquer tho foo folds. Wo must sium, xerms moderate. or- College Tho Presentation Academy Flag Committee Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. for tho security of tho peace and seems the first named has the ear the guest of nor sister in chestra gave a most pleasing con- requests Service all those who know or people. ot tho liberty of tho world. President John J. Barry. cert Tuesday evening and the K. of any St. Xavler boys who have enVice President Mark J. Ryan. C. hall was packed to the doors with tered the atservice since March to Louis Duane, who has FOOR HELP. Lawrence GEN. HALE'S APPRECIATION. tending St. Mary's College, been the friends of this wonderful or send or 'phone the names to St. D. Recording Secretary Kansas, Meany. Is homo to spend the summer with ganization. Tho littld tolks display Xavler's College as a second service Tho True Voice, which knows Financial Secretary Thomas J great talent In the musical line and Before leaving Camp Taylor for mother, Langan, 734 West Oak street. the situation throughout Nebraska Chllllcothe, Ohio, Gen. Harry C. his avenue. ulrs. Duane, Bonnycas-tl- e reflect much credit on the Sisters flag list Is being arranged. Treasurer John F. Burke. SAVES COAL. who are teaching music at the Preand the , Northwest, places little Hale, who had command of Camp NOW INSURANCE JLN. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard sentation Academy. Grand Knight confidence In this "movement" to Zachary Taylor, addressed tho fol Col. Matt J. Winn and family It makes 'hotter, cleaner and lowing Cllnes expressed his appreciation in letter of John M .Riley, President of Dimore lasting fires. Use Koallne on have city business and professional appreciation Sentinel M. J. McDermott, to Grand Knight havo moved to New York City, hav- a short talk after the concert and your coal and cut the coal bills men assist in farm work during tho Thomas D. Cllnes, of the Knights ing taken a cottage at Manhattan stated that ho hoped they would vision 3, A. O. H., and well known In Beach, where they will livo during from 40 to 50 per cent. has come back and entertain Louisville goneCathollc fraternal circles, now summer months. Too many regard of Columbus: Into the insurance Price One Dollar per tube. Ono "Headquarters Division, June 7, tho summer months. Council and its friends in the near being a solicitor for the field, vafarm work as a sort of summer Commontube sufficient for ono ton of coal. 1018. Mr. Thomas D. Cllnes. Genruture. Margaret Mrs. Dunlgan and wealth Life Insurance Company. cation. As a matter of fact It is eral Secretary, Knights of ColumKENTUCKY KOALINE K0MPANY John conies rrom that typo ot husMarian, of Nashville, aro Bkilled work, and hard work at bus, Camp Zachary Taylor. My daughter a visit to relatives and ANOTHER INITIATION. hero on tlers who are on the go all the 301 Loulsvillo Trust Building, that. City men aro not fitted for Dear Mr. Cllnes: I have your letter friends and were warmly welcomed time, and with encouragement from On Sunday, June 30, Loulsvillo his many and loyal rrlonas his suc- HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Telephone, City 4405. tho work. They know nothing of June 2, and write to thank you by oWEelghbors and acquaintances. iappre Council, Knights ot Columbus, will cess sbojild. bo assumed. about it, and they could not endure for your kind expression of with the elation of my Mr. and Mrs. M. J. ConnellyMiave have tho third Initiation or this It if they did. Few farmers would Knights of Columbus at this cam Paulsen and His Players the engagement of their year, and a great many applications NEW SONG OUT. want to be pestered with such pre- My best wishes go with tho Knlg, fts announced Miss Marguerite Connelly, have been received for this class. daughter, Restaurant Cafeteria tended helpers; and tho "helpers" of Columbus and with all of tfou to Cleate A. Best, with the Forty- - On account of the war activities Prof. Creager's now patriotic who aro connected with It herel In fifth Infantry band at Camp Gordon, there Is a great demand for Knight song, "I Lovo 2ly Liberty Boy," Is Merry Garden Kiddyland experiwould have enough of the your work you contribute a great ot uonimDus. and this is tho reasoi now from the press and before tho Swimming Pool ment after four hours in a 'hot deal to the comfort of the enlisted Georgia. bo many Initiations are being held public. The song is spirited and harvest field. While everyone men and the facilities you offer by Louisville Council. Other Attractions Owing lo the music catchy, and will doubtless Dancing- Hall Miss Mary J. Burke, daughter of should do all that ho can to help them tend to soften the break that the late Thomas P. Burke, 1823 the hot weather this will bo the be adopted for a marching tune. It work should prove popular and have a PACKEY M'FARLAND TO TALK. win the war wo should be reason- some ot them must experience in East Elm street, New Albany, has last exemplification of the being separated from their ramllles returned rrom Loretto, Ky., where until tho fall, and a most cordial great sale. able even in our enthusiasm. And and homes. With best wishes, I she graduated rrom the Loretto Invitation is extended to Catholla Packey McFarland, boxing Inlike conditions prevail here in remain, yours very slncorely, gentlemen to Join this great CathAcademy. structor at Camp Zachary Taylor, TRINITY UNFURLING. "HARRY C. HALE, olic society. State Deputy D. M. will address tho members of the "Major General, N. A., Command o Trinity Council, Y. M. L, will Knights of Columbus at tho club D. J. Gleeson, tormorly with the Cooper will have charge ot this Ing." initiation, but it is not known at unfurl its sorvlce flag at tho meet house next Wednesday evening, Robinson-Norto- n VIOLATES LAWS. Company, hut of the Gleeson Jowolry Com- this time which degree team will ing of Monday, Juno 24, and Presi and Grand Knight Thomas D. City 51- 0SMth1058,Y EMI HUT AMERICAN SPIRIT. pany, was a much sought and dent V. K. Eckor invites members Clines and Lecturer While arresting atter do tho work. Daniel W. Tho little men whose homes are Louisville buyer In New York City and brother Y. M. I.s to he present. Lawler request a full attendance of utterplacing the .ban on seditious SERVICE FLAY RAISING. The service flag will consist of tho members, as the clever hoxer is ances why not grab the sneaky In Audubon Park, imbued with the fast week. patriotic spirit that has prevailed at stars, that many members an entertaining talker. At 4:30 next Sunday atteraoon a little sniveling (Baptist in the West- Camp Zachary Taylor for the past Mrs. Michael O'Keefo and son, beautiful teervico flag, a gift of tho of Trinity Council now being In ern Recorder, a local Baptist pub- year, organized among themselves Daniel O'Keefe, spent last week In young ladles of tlio parish, will ho military service. WILL MEET HERE. lication, who tries to create feeling the Audubon Athletic Association, Kansas City, the guests ot Mrs. dedicated and jresented to Holy along lines which they O'Keero's sister, Mrs. Bridget Sulll- - Trinity church at St. Matthews. Tho Stato President William L. Welt-ee- l, FERRY GAINS FAVOR." by offering the following insult to would do conduct such mastersthat van, as of Frankfort, has issued the credit to stars In and her brother, William flag contains thlrty-thre- o the many Catholic 'boys who aro at Packey McFarland or Johnny Evers, OLrfughHn. young men honor of thirty-thre- e Fontaine Ferry was the pleasure call for the Kentucky Stato con'giving their all for the The boys have developed into ex tho front from tho pariim npw serving their spot tor thousands this week, who vention of the Cathollc Knights of Holds Fire Over Night. cellent tennis and golf players and ' Mr. and Mrs. 'M. T. JTlmrlnH hnxn country in the United States anmy. enjoyed the open air concerts, the America, which will bo held in Hag: Loulsville-oinniin- g boast a baseball team that ha announced tho marriage of their Hon. Edward J. McDermott, former" dancing hall, tho merry garden, on Tuesday, Oc- Somehow the opinion is gaining been victorious Harvey-Jellic- o every series Coal Co. daughter, Miss alary Ellen Hlgglns, Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, klddleland and the restaurant. The toher credence that tho Popo favors Ger- played. These In fellows speaker on the, solemn theater, however, continues tho at present war. Some of essay theatricals little a surprise now to Jack McCuo, which took place will many in the INCOHrORATBD and LEAVES FOR FRANCE. church, day occasion. The 'names of the young traction tor tho greatest number for tho English papers have said as their iparents and friends on next June 4 at St. John's 'nav nnil lin Toffioi. man qa TLfatTi TTaniv Trt ay.. and Is in high favor with tho pub MAIN OFFICE First and A St. much. Not a few believe that tho Thursday arternoon on the lawn or George Wnlnnf Miss Stella Barry, formerly W. Schuhinann officiating. ot Forest Bauer. Eugene Blanford, lie. Next week's hill offers Bo has promised temporal County Treasurer Thomas D. Cllnes, Kaiser Louisville, who has resided in James Blanford, James Butler, Hall, the three Natalie Siste power to the Pope In the event that Robin Toad. They nave arranged Miss Mary Foley entertained Breltenibach, at William Bernard Ziska and King, Burnes and Jose Washington for about a year, was 'As JJeir p You ai the Nearest Phoat" he should gain tho victory. ror a social festival and the pre dinner at her home on Eat Elm Breltenbach. David Coffee. Frank and Hobson and Beatty. notified Saturday of her final acceptance by tho American Rod Cross FUHERAL sentation of the comedy drama, street in honor of her brother, Aloyslus Fehr, Aug. Heofcen-sop- h WATCH TRT3 ENEMY. "Turn Him Out," together with a S. Foley, of Chicago. Covera mann, Leo Hatter, Le Roy Keal, for service in Franco. Miss Barry SCHOLAR. REMARKABLE -. number of specialties, and give Joseph Kaelin. has met all the requirements for Kaelln, Now that Oklahoma has set Itself promise or a really enjoyable en were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Louis Klrch-an- d A Special Spray $3.00 ward Keating, of Louisville; Mr. Bernard Kircfhner, Michael Among the class of graduates foreign sorvlce and has been orot sacramental tertainment. right on tho matter With tho proceeds Mrs. Joseph S. Foley; Misses ner, Charles Nicoulln, Frank Rueff, from a' private school at Paducah dered to sail today. She will be A Special Wreath $5.0t for Catholic churches, wo they wlll procure extra equipment Katherlno M. Foley, 'Catherine C , Edward Rattrmann, William wine was Miss Earlene Phelps, fourteen attached to tho Paris headquarters Savings and perhaps men, of Miss Barry Is Mary Foley. John one the most trat that the enemy will not hatch Stamps. Tho Invest In War Masters formed and decorations, yrhUh Roees Stloh. Joaeph 0choenbech4er, Schmttt. years old, scholarsof Mrs. John J. tho tho Red Cross. Mr. and Mrs. mombers are daughter of L. Stloh, Andrew' also the any-- naore "erow," for they shall be George Carver, Edwin Mercer, contained other early nmawr 'Irrin Schmttt, Rudolph Schlleb, Dorian, the Superintendent, over James E. Barry, of 1408 South made to eat It Father Do Basque, Maurice McKaln, Lloyd Price, Bene blooms that were prettily arranged iCharlM 9toeHer, Henry . JWbul, knew. Mlsa Phelps was the young-e- Broqk street, Louisville, and a sisNevlll IfulUfhl Blakemore, about the hotuw. the Chancellor of the great and dict , JDdward Zetuulhr, Michael Zehndar. graduate the achool ever had. ter of James and Robert T. Barry. ME TkOttOt SHOP Holy Trinity congregation has AM ot "her final grades were nearly Sho returned to Washington last growing diocese of Oklahoma City, Samuel Dodd, George Caetleman. Godwin Castleman, Francis Caaaall. B. SB radar wa tha adeeted Tuaaday, Aucmt 6, aa the 100. She ta the daughter of E. C. week, after a visit with her parents I wurthMrnue LoHrvttr, Is daaarving of Hwek prata for the Wlllaei, Hugh and Thomas D. j George OaU ttboMb plu&re. to Phalp. a well known business man in anticipation of her departure to of honor at a birthday cala- - day for tha il manner la wfekh tk oaae cHbm, Jr. We telegraph Flowers Jhrerywfear prauoa gma. oy vm OMspiMC, aw oe amu on me onuron f roonoi. the war zone. ot PaAooah. July 1G Third annual picnic and outing of St. Paul's church, at ruEr ARE FOR FOURTH. Rlvoll Garden, South (Preston street, formerly Woodland Park. Slowly but surely the deslro to August 6 'Annual picnic for aid in the, preparations for the Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews. Fourth of July ulcnlc for the or phans is taking hold of the major ity or the Cathollc people in the OOiaKBJiaXCKCBMXXKaXKOCCKWBO Various parishes of the city, for they aro coming In ever increasing numbers to the weekly meetings, offering their services and making the prospects brighter week by week for a 'brilliant financial and Few of the parWilliam Keely, or West St. Cath- social success) erine street, is ill at Sts. Mary and ishes were absent in representation at' the meeting Monday night. O. L. Elizabeth Hospital. CONFIRMATION SOCIETY. J MSSSSSMCtt83C80 SUITS FOR BOYS i n, $6.45 $7.45 $10 79c White Shirts and Blouses 60c $1.00 Ball-tow- n, Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS er ht ojck candl-thre- 1818-182- DENTIST 900-90- ' le-m- KOALINE Mul-doon- . FONTAINE FERRY - LiBLdJeMliw now-hea- COAL $6.15 vo Jellico Lump thr be-th-e Jo-,Fe- ROWERS Rera-Fol- oy , at La-nha- gt ff ' ! , ' ' ?vS?' ' Otplp' .! 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Twenty-sixt-h aBssacsaRsi St. ENGRAVERS 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phono Shawnee 368 SACRIFICE AND SERVICE. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY SOHLIOn ENGRAVING COMPANI SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS OC ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. Loans to those having regular in that aid while the blood of the ELECTROTYPERS IRELAND Headquarters for SKARGA comes or salary, with no publicity Dublin citizens who had been shot 1104 South Seventh Street or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPBBTZ, Louisville, Ky. 330 W. Main St., down by the King's Own Scottish on their personal security. Phone City 6574 Borderers was not yet dry on See us about anything la .Home Phone City 5674 (Continued From First Pago.) Bachelor's Walk. Sir Edward Grey, estate. We sell, buy and rent Continued from First Page. F. R. POOLEY, on tho verge of the darkness of 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Phone City 6692 Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, "SOUTHERN STAR" be gained. What then can they war, informed Parliament that 'Ire the first "mons pietatis" in Cracow, Home Phone City 4464. H. Flatoff, Pxest. 415 S. Fourth Street. bravo land was the one bright spot In which he named "chamber for tho mean? Such as I and the I. Bush, SLICED BACON and gallant British soldiers who the whole terrible situation,' and needy." He drafted tho regulaT. B. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Phono City 2771 PLATOFF & BUSH publicist, A Ready for Year GrtddSe fat tb fought and bled with me can not the great English the 'Irish Chester- tions and provided that no profit incorporated ton, wrote that attitude should bo gained from tho transacunderstand it. Morulas" C. T. THOMAS & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND In toward the war should make the tions of this "chattel loan bank" "Gen. Sir Bryan Mahon, INCORPOIU.TBD BUILDERS English feel unworthy to kiss tho for tho poor. This bank was also charge of the troops In Ireland, KAM8, LARD, SAUSAOH Special Attention To Repair Work presented Carson with a sword on hem of Ireland's garment.' the first savings bank and served 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. liOUISVIIiLS PROVISION CO. 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREOT "As tho London Nation puts it: In various ways to prevent exploitaEstimates Cheerfully Furnished the eve of Carson's rebellion. Gen. (iBeereoratei.) Viscount French, In charge of the 'The Government t:ould obtain men tion of the needy by usurers. OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. Louisville, Ky. Both Phones 4202 stateshome forces In Britain, was leader In Ireland by enlightened The socalled "Chests of St. NichQUALITY THE SIGN OF is Impossible, olas," well known in Poland, owe of the mutiny of the British troops manship, Ibut force Home Phono City 6086 J. G. PULLIAM "SOUTHERN STAE" which was part of the Carson re- unless we wish to keep in Ireland their beginning to this exceptional Highl'd 741J SLICED BACON BIOVING AND PAOKINa bellion. Chief of Staff Wilson, an as many English soldiers as wo priest also. Skarga was inspired to P. FREDERI0ES East 180 Olsterlte, is said iby air. Dillon to take out Irish by conscription.' carry out this work during an "ad 'All Ready for Your Griddlo in the Motor Truck Express Dealer In KENTUCKY Morning" have organized tho Carson rebellion. Then take the opinion of tho Man- limina" visit; in Rome ho witnessed PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY LAUNDRY chester Guardian to tho effect that, the HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE METAL, RAGS. These men think only in terms of with the increased tillage added to by good works of a society founded IRON, SCRAP CO. Cardinal de Turrecremata for Imperialism. They are obsessed with 231 Wost Green Street LOUISVnjLE PROVISION CO. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. It. They do not represent the heart the food producing area of Ireland, the purpose of providing indigent Incorporated Home Phone City 9130 Incorporated and allowing only six men to every but worthy girls with a dowry, enA Specialty Paper Stock British people, of its democratic 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET nor the Ideal for which America is hundred acres, tillage will absorb abling them to marry, and of .saving O. SCHWARTZWALDER Underbill St. ARTISTIC TROTTING 80,000 additional men. 'If the them from immorality. fighting. Bet. Market and Jefferson Geo. Dearborn small superfluous man power must The broad vision and noble heaTt RELIABLE SHEET METAL WORK "There is no doubt of the thor'' LOUISVILL", KY. Manager FIRST CLASS WORK oughness of tho military prepara- be tapped,' says the Guardian, 'it of this Polish priest, as exemplified Repairing a Specialty. Guttering tions for any act of rebellion in must be done by broad national In theso institutions and in tho and Spouting, Tin, Tile and Slate Give This Office Your Next Ordeq whole life of the man, are but a few Ireland. Gen. French on March 7 sentiment.' "In a word, if a people of over of the expressions of his many Roofing. stated that any measures taken 317 W. GREEN ST. DOS East Market Street Ono of his biogto tho military, 40,000,000, completely armed, de- qualifications. were repugnant Teltphone City 946 but necessary for tho preservation cided a question for an unarmed raphers, tho poet Woronicz, later Phone, Shawnee 2532 I of order. The British are thor- people of four and a half million, Archbishop of Warsaw, in recognioughly prepared for military meas- the outcome can be only one of tion of tho universal genius of tho Jesuit, writes: "If or anures which the acts of some of their two things acquiescence ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. thou wouldst become a good imperialists are about to nihilation. (basis of the whole "Tho Irish people do not ac- - preacher, read Skarga; if a philosoAL. S. SMITH, PROP. We Will EXCHANGE your old model for provoke. The pher, read Skarga; a theologian, matter is the obsession of these qulesce." a NEW TYPE FAN. read Skarga; an historian, read Imperialists to impose unity of II Skarga; a politician, road Skarga; LOYALTY PLEDGED. sacrifice in the empire. They are i CO. if a Christian, read Skarga; Skarga trying to make conscription a INCORPORATED Delegates to the Municipal Coun nas oecome au tnmga for all men." means of imperial consolation. 3 PHONE SX.135 can safely add: "If thou 333 "WEST MAIN STREET "And all this in spite of the cil of the United Irish League of And wo bo wouldst BOTr PHONES 810. fact that Ireland has given so New York at a meeting Saturday work, read efficiently active in social the' writings of Skarga Pbp tremendously. Two years ago the unanimously adopted a. resolution ana City 3104 Comb. South 2403a tno nistory of his social and CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. statement passed uncontradicted renewing its pledge of "absolute charitable ondeavors." f.SOUTHEAST that 181,000 Irishmen had volunAnd yet how few Catholics know teered, and Redmond further stated and undivided allegiance" to the Let at that time that 500,000 men of United States and "of allegiance and aught of Skarga! ana any hare- critic advance the Irish blood from other sections of support to the Irish Parliamentary Dramea attacks como on the Jesuits and trltest 113G SOUTH SEVENTH ST. tho British empire had joined up. party and the leadership of John the monks and nuns, nnd thtey listen The English War Office admits that Dillon." The resolution adds that In silence. How easy the number of Irish volunteers from "we have not had and will never to perform our duty as it would be CDMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y nOBIE PHONE S8 defenders of Ireland is 170,000, but even accept- have any sympathy or association servants of tho ing for the sako of argument these with any movement directed against theseInformed ourselves church if wo but lives minimum figures, what a tremen- the vigorous prosecution of the war of the great men who on tho lived havo of our uuu Lunuu dous proportion of Ireland's total by any of the in xne oruers ana in tne population has already been given country and regard any such at- church. C. B. of C. V. tempt as treason to America, to to the war. That you spent for something yu did not NEED would have lUrted a "It may bo that some Americans Ireland and to the repute of the GOV. OATTS IN DISTRESS. British as well as Irish will say: 'Ireland alone among the race." SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bask; to bear Intertit COMPOUNDED civilized nations of the democrats are implored to repair Gov. Sidney J. Catts, of Florida, twlc a year; There MAY COUK a time when yowr "LAST DOLLAR" earth has forfeited all claim upon the "blunders of English reaction- again met with signal discomfiture the world's respect by her resist- aries" and to "save all countries, must bo spent for lemethiat; yon DO NEED. The SAVING now of the Ireland and in seeking to foist his bigotry upon ance to conscription,' but Ireland especially England, dellari yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" (rem ever cornier. WWWMWWWWWWWWWWWWVW1 has already given 170,000 of her America, from tho disastrous ana a largo audience in Kalamazoo, sons to death. Lloyd George him- enduring consequences of such pol- Mich. He was announced to speak self says that the Irish regiments, icies in the future relations Of these on tho subject of "Unadulterated now wiped out, have been filled countries." Americanism," but tho people unup with British troops. derstood that his real purpose was "How onany men will America to champion religious intolerance, MAKE THEMSELVES FELT. to the front to do as have to send which In that State has recently long will America have well? How In the big 'battle now raging tho taken the form of an attack upon record of American to fight before her troops distinguished Catholic education. He had no Fifth and Court Place. fatalities not casualties is 170,- - themselves in several actions where sooner uttered his insult against 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. con000, tho maximum of Ireland's American Catholics by shouting that tribution? To share proportionately skilled leadership, dash and initia- he did not believe parochial schools were required. Near Veuilly were In keeping with tho true spirit with Ireland, America would now tive of of Americanism than ho was in have 5,500,000 of her soldiers Wood, eight miles northwest dead. Let no American' denounce Chateau Thierry, they broke up all stantly interrupted and chal Ireland for her stand until America attempts to penetrate into their lenged. His propaganda of civic IHCMSTECS. has ibled as much. lines, while above Jaulgonne, mid- discord was appropriatelyy greeted "And It Is so, too, with Canada. with cries of where The Home City 2008 X Tho proportion of Irish dead is way Marne, the Alsno salient touches Incident which Cumb. Main 2008-- a our troops, mere the home la the reWhere work Is quickly followed is greater than that of Canadian dead. with the French, drove tho enemy corded in the local Gazette: thus brightest; done; M44 This were across the ilver an Inflicted heavy first Canadian figures An army Lieutenant from Camp Wbere the work la Where cooking swollen by 40,000 volunteers frpm losses. They again distinguished Custer forced his way through the lightest; real fun; Moreover, over 90 per themselves in company with America. tho crowd and up the stops, confronting concent, of the first Canadian the meal la Whero baking sires de French near Torcy, northwest of the speakor. "You have insulted Where tingent were recent immigrants Chateau they me, sir," tho Lieutenant snapped, Thierry, ooked best; when "KM; from England and Ireland. Again, launched a blow Into the German and he held his face close to tho ffhere the range stands Where drudge la out ot recently stated position on a two and a half mile Governor's as he talked. "You Gen. iMewburnex sight the test Rphiillt nnd Used. Funeral Directors that 110,000 Canadians are still in front, making a gain of more than havo insulted tho uniform. That's where the That's where the many two miles. On Juno tho American have insulted every Catholic You Proportionately England, in All Makes. "Quick Heal" comes "Quick Meal" more Irish than Canadian volun- marines with tho French allies service." "Down with Catts! Let Embalmers. la. teers havo already gone Into the went througa the German lines the Lieutenant speak," came from RENTED, trendies Qnlek Meal Geo Ranges Sold, Installed aad Highly Reoomra.ade4 northwest of Chateau Thierry, cap- (he crowd, and this cry was taken "And why Is it that this great tured four villages and pushed their up. Responding to tne calls from 8JLO SOLD, enthusiasm for volunteer service gains to a depth of two miles on the crowd for a speech, the LieuTclephoaa 103B. This is a ten mile front, and on, June 8 tenant declared that he had (been In Ireland has stopped? REPAIRED the reason: One hundred and thirty pusned further into tho German educated in a Catholic school. . . . volunteers lines, making significant territorial "Thank God, the training I received Nationalist thousand Office Equipment Co. PERFECT FITTING had been Taised to withstand the gains. Most of these advances of in tho parochial school made mo LAAA4e lMfM$M$"$"N Dlster rebels and their adherents the Americans were due to the gal willing to fight for my country." INCORPORATED In the British army. lantry of our marines. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES After tho officer had completed 125 Spiith Pourth Ave. "One hundred and twenty thouhis patriotic effort, Gov. Catts Ladies, get out your Milan hat sand of these, through Mr. Redagain attempted In vain to speak. KNIGHTS. HELPING last summer and let us clean mond, offered their services to He was finally permitted to con- fromreshape It to the latest summer England. Their services wero reAnnouncement ihat the French tinue on condition that he uttered and Ladles' hats of all kinds jected by tho War Office. nothing that would toe in violation style. Government has assigned fifty High. 375 PHONES East '903 cleaned, dyed and reshaped. First-cla"On March 7, 1917, there passed soldier-priesto as- of patriotism. He then spoko for work. unchallenged in the British Parlia(en minutes on tne American Red This Is the only placo In tho city ment the statement that in the sist the Knights a Columbus chap- Cross and tve meeting quietly disknows how to do ladles' hats. with the persed. Disturbers Sixteenth, the famous Irish division, lains and secretaries of the public that may bo a little out of the shop 95 per cent, of tho men were Na- American army In 'ranee and soon peace are evidently not wanted XOc In We ping district, but it will pay you to tionalists and Catholics, and 80 to will appoint one iundred 'others, Kalamazoo. trip and havo your hat make the 2228 Bardstown Road 85 per cent, of the officers were was made by 'Willi tm J. Mulligan. done right. Oculists' Prescriptions. Unionists and Orangemen or Union- Supremo Director, s nd the Rev; P. J. 5c nOLY NAJD3 CHURCH. We rip and resew your hats, also ists and 'Protestants. J. McGIvney, Supre ne Chaplain or Blacksmith and Wagon Builder SOUTHERN good black. Our cus"Ireland herself for over a year the organization, w 10 arrived In OPTICAL COMPANY Last Sunday morning at Holy dye them a has teen under martial law. Ire- New York Sunday after a three Name church a large class of chil- tomers say tho work Is 'just like Rubber Tiring. Best Cigars XXCOKFOKATED land is now a country which none months' tour of the Western front. dren received tholr flr3t holy com- new. Forty years in business ana help is our guarantee. may leave or enter. Imprisonment Father McGIvney ai dt Mr. Mulligan munion from the hands of their first-claMcCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn Fourth and Chestnut. K"H"H-H"- I' '!'!' without trial, censorship without reported that they had expended pastor, the Rev. John T. O'Connor, Mowers and Rakes. reason and alien rule by enforced $2,000,000 in extending the Knights who also celebrated tho mass. At Falls City A full line of repairs. Ignorance and chicanery are now of Columbus work abroad. They 11 o'clock (Bishop O'Donaghue adher portion. 'Ireland paid of ministered the sacrament of conBardstown Road Garage. Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces of liberty without getting the price ordered the, erection whichforty-fiv- e 71S West Jefferson Street, It,' said huts, the majority 6t already firmation and delivered a most InNorth Side. Mr. Devlin. And this despite the are In operation. O le hundred and structive and fatherly sermon to the Lloyd George (himself is seventy-fiv- e Tor the next three weeks we ar fact that Secretar ect have Joined class. going to offer all ot our laces at a the foremost witness that at the the forces lat the iront, and fifty was more others will sail soon with Lawrence liberal discount. Ibis offer is genu- outset of the war Ireland BISnOP A KNIGHT. ine, and It will pay our than friendly, and that she was O. Murray, who has .been appointed IsgrewfoZ Abwrmal Nal!$iSclUfkilfy Treated customers to write as at once ttBII rendered hostile by what he Deputy K. of C. Commissioner In "The Right Rer. John J. l, stupid- France. Dr. JD. w, IBuokley, of Bt. Dr. Uriah Z. Lftssy as 'the malignant oar stock la complete. Blah op of the newly created 2G W.MARKCT Physician, and Monterey-Lo- s Supreme ities of the War Office.' Paul, Ance'ec diocese, is a Chiropodist "On August 14, 1914, when Eng- Johnny Evers, former toir league member of the Catholic JCnighta of liOTJISVILXE,. KV. 607 land baseball player, wnJ naa been se- America, of a NORTON BUILDING Rogers Church Goods Co. In thedeclared war, Mr. Radsaond, lected athletic WBenmnr, will leer a century and for over an Quarter in- - Ht&& mmmW same spirit which now Starke A complete lino of Furniture at hat taken aetive animates Mr. Wilson, freely pi BaildiB prices that are always the lowest. m for Franoe a the time, the teres! la the advancement of that N. W.Ctracr FMirlk JtfTerMl 129 S, FOURTH AVE. Q 'on. returnee omelan the aid of his people. He fl Both Phoaet Satisfaction guaranteed. (rewv munwu wntnune araer. HALLER'S PET Pet Diseases and REUTLINGER & 0 Adolph Rcutlingor FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 0. V 325 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Wait. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While nomo i'nono city 1931 You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For ana Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." Home Phone Shawnee 803 ASIOOWHm Incorporated. organized by n 1Mmm to mako LOANS on furniture and other pergonal well-knew- Coleman Bldsr 8. E. Cor. Third and JeflersM. Both Phonea. 2SS6. eny ai tOWESr ATEB. Wi SAM Ii. ROBERTSON HVp? al Sec-Trea- s. REAL ESTATB 568-51- 014-02- 2 214-21- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director noble-mind- ed i Funeral and Embalmer I f GHILDERS ELECTRIC STM. J. BRADY PRACTICAL & PLUMBERS OI5 mwvmwuvwwvmwwwvHvvwwwwwwwwMww J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JVXaiaa ed S22 Bast $&txeet. DOUGHERH HMIl"Mit & McELLIOlT and Embalmers I I I I 1 The Last Dollar i 1 I I Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. t Where the QuicK Meal Comes In "pro-German- fYPEWRITERS It BOSSESON and t I FBHR AVSNUI QEHER & SON, i w. market st. f JOHN M. SCHM1TT cm oat-of-to- LADIES' HATS SMOKE Lady Dash Little L English-s- ss peaking ts TARPY'S Made! ss Straw Works FRED ERHART AKCHITECT CORNS.BUNIONS Cant-wel- ti J fm9m te. ir i KEXTUCKY FASHIONABLE STRAWS fi-r- X Aftra?JMOAJSBt- J I I Bacon & SQH1 ",lBf 'INCORPORATED We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. JiS-afcafcaw j n BaPisMsWWWPffR- TBfinBrasHp feiWv?'"'' tF2Ji C iBrfeWjiiffiffi? Appropriate Gifts For Confirmation and Graduation. Handbags; made of silk moire; silk lined and fitted with mirror and safety pocket; tho colors are black, brown, green 2.50 value, and navy blue; priced at $1.50 Handbags; made of moire silk in black and colors; large some having sizes; metal some frames; and some In beaded designs; black and colors; $4.00 value, priced at $2.05 k Purses; made of h leather, in various largo sizes; colors; $1.50 value, priced at 05c Patent Leather Belts; black and h colors; width; in all sizes; price 25c Patent Leather Belts; with an back; these In black priced only; 39c quality; , at 25c Silk Gatizo Fans; In plain white, d daintily and gold or silver spangled; a beautllul assortment, with carved bono sticks $1.00 to $3.50 Jnpanc.se Folding Fans; made or paper, In a large number or designs 25c and 35c all-sil- Black able Straws embraces the finest products of the most noted American and European makers an abundance of styles in conservative and smart novelty shapes. Our magnificent exhibit of the season's most fashion- Fans; decorated with silver ana gunmetal spangles 30c and 50c Ulnck Silk Fans; decorated with gold, silver and gunmetal spangles 30c and 50c Bracelet "Watches; a reliable Silk" goia, el k ssssssssssssssssssssssssswiuPIHnsssssssssssssBslssBssssssssHSB IIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbiE V iCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrBrrjliPQsiptfiS TXi a Ttafc' ? J&Zfi jT f&yBufv 4 jt Leghorns S2.25 to S5.00 Panamas 3.00 to $6.00 Straws S2.00J to $3.50 Strop-Hac- HUN RESERVES. The constant shelling of the German reserves and depots by the big guns of the Allies is causing Frequent 'shifting or the regiments and changing or bases Is necesgreat uneasiness In the Hun ranks. jj sary to keep up the German morale DEMORALIZING r-s- satln-flnis- one-Inc- KEEP "The -- PALM KOOL BEACHES PRITSTLEY'S mm Dp mmm -- RECENT DEATHS. GRANADAS CRASHES Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. A splendid council has just been instituted at Gretna, La. About ninety niembers of Indianapolis aie with Uncle Sam's forces. 1ms Milwaukee Council added thirty-nin- e stars to its service flag. Seventy-fiv- e candidates were initiated last Sunday at Fort Wayne, Ind. Many enjoyed the big Initiation and banquet that followed at Leavenworth, Kas. District Deputy Bussey, of Slou City, had charge of a big initiation last Sunday at Rock Rapids. Tho Knights of Oklahoma will give their third annual retreat next month at the Catholic University SIXKOOJL and MOHAIRS $$5?.50 to &&& OO National Summer Wear" Made in U. S, A. Death called another old member or yt. John's church Tuesday mornaged ing, when Arthur F. Orull, sixty, passed "peacefully away at his home, 219 South Clay street. Funeral services were held Thursday morning. Rev. Father Schuhmann (saying the mass. The sympathy of many friends goes out to iMlchael and Mary Corstreet, Lytlo coran Ridge, 2024 from whose homo death took on Saturday evening their Monday son, William Michael. afternoon tho ibody was laid to rest In St. Louis cemetery. four-year-o- ld HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Ed Byrne Is back at work again, recovering irom ins recent injuries, President John M. Riley, or Di vision 3, urges all members to be present Wednesday evening. Don't forget the first or the series or lawn euchres and lottos or Division 3, Thursday, June 20. The two Toms 'Dolan and Walsh put some "pen" In the or division 4 Monday even meeting ing. Dennis er movement, In d cases, price $7.05 Penil Neck Bends; graduated sizes In a length; ?1.00 value, at 00o Pearl Neck Beads; 27 and 30 Inches in length; an extra quality rilled bead with a cream finish; graduated sizes $5.00 and $0.00 Pcnrl Neck Beads; lengths; In a good quality filled ibeads 50c, 75c, $1.00 In an extra quality, IP-ye- ar gold-fille- 27-in- ch 15-in- ch hand-colore- $1.50, $2.00, 2.50 Bends; graduated sizes; 21 inches In length, $2.50 to $3.00 Fancy Beads; In assorted colors and combinations of colors 50c to $2.00 Casque Combs and fancy braid pins with white and colored stone mountings. 50c to $5.00 Pearl Neck SM osEsra 5J5-IMIW MARHEI A. M. J. RUBEL J. KINSELLA Joseph S. Buschermohle, beloved husband of Elenora Buschermohle, at his home, died Tuesday night He was 914 South Shelby street. a lespected member of St. Vincent and well de Paul's congregation known In that part of the city. His funeral took place yesterday morning. Many fi lends were deeply grieved to learn or the death on Wednesday or Ella Nora Holbourn, "beloved Mrs. wire or Robert P. (Holbourn. years old Holbourn was thirty-tw- o and the daughter or Mrs. Catherine Curley, 2724 South Third street. Her runeral takes place this morning rrom Holy Name church at 0 o'clock. 30x3 30x3 30x31, 32x3 32x3 S Thermold Thermold Thermold Thermold Thermold FIRST GUARANTEED PI. Ws. CI Ns. Ss CI CI Pi. Pi. Ss 8.B0 8.95 10.96 12.25 12.95 orchestra leg. A. the well known leader and member or Division 4, Is laid up with a broken Collins, 4wHUotik. Retail Brunch 6C0 S. Louisville Tire Thoie tirei are all first guaranteed atock, with name and lerlal number attached. We solicit a call to Inspect our stock at both stores. and Rubber Co, cityp7iof cs Main 1039 e5 STOCK. THIRD ST. Incorporated XttJi,MA&aA, ' w New Albany Council had a laigely attended meeting Thursday night. An eloquent address was delivered by G. E. Welnmann. Holy Trinity Council, Trinidad. -2 2 Lbs. For 65c Col., had Bishop Tihcn for house guest at the largest and best inA OOrPEB THAT IS JCNOWN TOB ITS PXH11 OVV itiation ever held there. QTJAXITT. The Knights at Portland, Ore., LANDED IN FRANCE. have a big class or candidates for 3MC. June 23. Monday night they enCoffee, Sold tertained many soldier members. High Grade Cablegrams received Wednesday Importer ana Roaster of ponaumer. Direct to arrival Fond du Lac Council, tho sec- brought news or the sare Joseph 213 W. MASKST ST. I0TJISVttIi3!. XT. ond largest in Wisconsin, is plan- "somewhere In France" or Return thla advertisement with remittance and we ning a big initiation for the rail, N. Hlgglns, U. S. M. C, son or Mr. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. when the membership may go to and Mrs. William M. Higgins, .who K. I. A. was among the- - selects recently 700. the There were 120 candidates inUent over to help the allies win mathe class just initiated at Laporte, war. Tiiey win De iormeu juiu Ind. Justin McCarthy and his chine gun battalions and will sweep Chicago team exemplified the third the Hras who oppose tnem. degree. TWIN CITY' LEAGUE. Thre is great activity in Ne Large gains have bee. braska. In a pitchers' ibattle the Hibermade by recent Initiations at Gnod JrxA nians beat Trinity Sunday in a 5 to Island, David City, Norfolk 2 game, the Y. M. I. 'boys making Lawience. Indianapolis Council had its lan- - errors at critical stages, the Moore nual Initiation Sunday. The class brotheis battery being given poor was so large that It was round nec- support. The K. br O. team slaughessary to give the rirst degree in tered the Champs in a 16 to 4 contest, the Champs playing bad ball, the morning. in Topeka Council Is preparing for possibly because or substitutesrrom LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. AND BRECKINRIDGE, SECOND a great Fourth of July exemplifica- the lineup. The Vernons came Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting anil tion, when the major degree will behind and beat Mackln In a good Teaches slugging contest by or at least 100, be given a class subjects. kindred score or 14 to 6. Three good year round. Our system Is right; our many or whom will be soldiers rrom the Day and Night classes tho games are carded for tomorrow as Camp Funston. prices oro right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. About 160 members were In- follows: Vernon vs. K. or C, TrinJ. D. CREAGER, Prln. Council itiated into Elder last ity vs. Mackln and A. O. H. vs. Sunday at Cincinnati. This coun- Champs. The standing to date: Pet. L W, cil will continue the $15 initiation ree during the war. 1. 000 0 K.ofC 4 1 j Rev. Father Joseph H. Albers, Hibernians .750 1 assistant pastor or St. Lawrence Vernon .750 3 1 3 church, Cincinnati, was presented a Trinity .250 1 wrist watch by Price Hill Council Mackin 3 '25 o .000 4 before leaving for Camp Taylor to Champs report at the chaplains' training at Shawnee. Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- JOUPS MUIvLOY Book-keepin- g, ed FURNITURE When you buy Purniture you should buy the kind that is net made to give away with trading stamps or cneap, trashy premiums. We do not handle trading stamps, but good Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. 415-41- 7 school. CARDINAL TO SOLDrERS. PLEASES GREAT AUDIKNCE. field, a rrequent visitor and well known In Louisville, who is now in New York City, took a most prominent part and won rounds or applause in the recent Sunday sacred poncert at the Polo Grounds in that city, when over 25,000 people were present. The world ramous Soura's Band gave tho concert, which was very enthusiastically by the large audience. received Miss McKenna is one or Nelson's most girted daughters. WOMEN SHOULD WRITE. Miss Bettle McKenna, or Fair- JAMES GREENE;: EAST MARKET STREET. Heme Phone Shawiiee SOO ',', Camb. Phone Weat 0203 Park and Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE. 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. . M. J. BAHKOM, BRUBN'S PrMt and Hiwjer. P. BAMNOH, JR., Vlci Pr. and TrK. P. BANNON PIPE CO. Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe far Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Draia Tile, Vitrified BricK, Fire Freeftag, Flae Lining, Fire BricK, Sewer and CBlrert Pipe, V' Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Taps. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. CUMB, MAIN 307. PHONES CITY 373-178- WORKS Thirteenth. Htl Breekiaridge and Ninth and Maa'alla. j 1," r4 section of the ernlly. and now has a membership for tf1 ia extror 425. The club is making an country, wrH ho4d lta. amraal acad-noIn the active and constant campaign for cle Monday motnlns; Breeklnrldfe, and non- - emy' hall, Fourth and members, Catholics of the Catholics being eligible to office and There Km nine, member iBealdea the graduating ckm. rtD1" active membership. VLIK i earning on towt: Wane Bow BurMey, war relief whleh alfort wartj,' Lyd Or res, attflfffam owr- It Is how jnaklBf a '".." The second annual "informal supper" or St. Helena's Club at the .Tyler Hotel Monday lr evening was a really dellghtrul for the hundreds or members and Invited guests who were present. Rev. Charles P. Raffo presided and Introduced the speakers or the evening, the Rev. George Schuhmann, the Rev. Frank O'Connor, former Lieut. Gov. E. J. and the Rev. Patrick J. A nt Nnw Vnrlr ni11nrriAr O nrmv ehanlain stationed at CamD Zachary Taylor. All took for their, conditions, with themes present-da- y special requests to the women td correspond rrequently with friends relatives In the righting forces or their country. A dance was glvon following the supper, some firty soldiers rrom Camp Zachary Taylor attending as special guests. The riower booths were popular, the proceeds going to tho fond for the reller or the American wounded. St. was organized two Helena's Club 4Wa . At ' ,rm " "b ar-ra- pronounced Gibbons Cardinal benediction and made a patriotic address t(T 5,000 Catholic soldiers, most or whom received holy communion at a field mass at Camp troops Meade last Sunday. The formed a hollow square before the altar, which was covered with the national colors. The Rev. Ignatius Smith, organizer or the Holy Name Society, preached the sermon and Maior Gen. and Mrs. Kuhn and other officers sat in the reviewing stand. The Cardinal in his address said: "First, last and always, bo as raauer ino a Dana 01 Droiners. what State or najtton you come rrom, no mauer wnm ruew ur ibjib-lobe as a band or brothers to defond your country against her Keep a clean spirit wnn-I- n enemies. There Is more a clean body. pleasure, satisfaction and joy In resisting passions thav In gratliylng then), ir you gralfy them your life will be shortened. and you will Ueep a face punishment clean tbodv and snirit and you will enjoy a good conscience and God n. -hel-eafte- Manager Walter Murphy, or the O. II. team, says the boys are going good, winning three out or four. Ladles' Auxiliary 6 or Minneapolis had a rally at St. Stephen's Hall that greatly Increased the membership. The County Board met Wednesday night at Bertrand Hall and adopted resolutions on the Irish view or the war. Minnesota divisions are rolling up a lareg membership, the motto being "There are no slackers In the Ancient Order.?' Tom Walsh, Tom Dolan and Fergus Mooney have .been appointed delegates rrom Division 4 to the Catholic Federation. anDivision 2 or Syracuse had other Initiation at its last meeting, which was celebrated with card games and rerreshments. Don't rail to hear Tom Dolan with his talk on a new and vital WINE HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLLENBACB OO subject, which has made them all HOLLENBACH'S sit up and take notice. INCORPORATED Karl A. Hollenbacb, Prop. President John Hennessy had the Distillers Of Importer and Dealer in County Board members reminded or their school days, meeting In a OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH WINES AND LIQUORS school room Wednesday night. ' "HOLLBNBAOH" PURE RS 144 South Third Street Hibernians everywhere are paying Home Phono 1191 CM W. Mala St. LoalsrlUe, Ky. to the special assessment levied care or their brothers who are take lighting to maintain democracy and mankind. There will be a special meeting or Division 3 next Wednesday evening, this being arranged to take tho place or the regular third Friday session. The visit or Mrs. Mary McWhor-te- r, or the National President Ladies' Auxiliary, has awakened a new Interest in the order in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Reynolds Stato President and Chicago Hibernians are making i; JL elaborate preparations for a faresoon well outing fpr to be called to the colors, to be held at Gaelic Park on June 29. NONE PURER NONE BETTER The calling off or the national convention for this year Is the e activities. result or The Eastern delegates reared that they would foe unable to secure the proper accommodations and rather than run any risk they called for CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, tho referendum vote. No convention of the order will be held this year, but when held It should go to San Francisco. BOTH PHONES Home City 1389 Cumb. Main 1389 BEGIN WAR DRrVE. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. v Ih McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield Ky. I I DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT Lay 1 yV BEER Irish-America- ns dl-Te- ct war-tim- I Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure. emttntintittitttit4mtMS BREWING INCORPORATED Tomorrow the Knights of Columbus will begin their drive to raise tho New Albany and Floyd county quota of $5,000 for Indiana's war work fund or '$250,000. The committee consists or Edward Tlghe, the battle with the giant Goliath you 1 will bless you. liko Davia Derore invoked the 'power or God. so are here consecrating yourseU to the battle ahead. The duty or a soldier is disc ipltac and obedience, As Nelson said. England expects every man to do his duty, so I P?at, 'America Wets every man The Cardinal to do his also visited the Rlttle White House f the Jewish Vfelfare Board and In a short talk urged the Secretaries and others to be kood bohs of Israel no Amerleans. j, -- Chairman; Peter Fetter, Frank Zoeller, Postmaster John A. Cody and Joseph Bruns. For the canvass the city and county have been divided Into twentyfive dlstrlots with a subcommittee or three to rive From1 start men In each district. (o finish or the canvass tho work will be pushed vigorously, and It Is expected that the quota will bo exceeded. It will continue until June 23. COLONELS VS. MINNEAPOLIS. AT . FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY re-a- nd '"' r- PreBtatlon Acaaemy one or Z". thH lidinir educational institutions WILT) GRAIWATB antrm tL w V Wel Ir BtI , . ! charge of t..e obtain faads er' Sl-t- sr. of Mercy, to & Bndrti ; toofldtif, " ?k, JaS "gj ,. W Fwttna 4 y The Louisville ball team will again play Minneapolis today and tomorrow and this will be tho last Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common opportunity of the fans to see the boys In action until July 3, as the D to the treat demand we are aow BOTTLING COMMON club goes away for a swing around circuit after tomor- and if jfu have tried the rest get the BEST. the Western Although tho homo PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. row's game". stay of the Colonels has not been all that the fans might hTvo wished for, yet It was pleasing to know IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE that the teaniAyas trying every minute, and that spirit will win games and the pennant whon they strike their stride. The biggest drawback thus rar has been the SATISFIES THAT LONGING. failure or Jay Klrke to hit any- where near to form, and when ho comes around all will bo well. It in hoped that the fans turn out in large numbers today and tomorrow INCORPORATED the hoys a good aendoff, PHONE CITY 859. 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