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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1918. commented on, Nowlwe get stories of poor food, prisoners running riot and taking possession of top tier, and this Is thejsecond grand Jury In the paBt few months to have the jail management on tho griddle. The new Jailer represents an element now, pdpular in all branches of the present adminHe was jjfj formerly a istration. motorman on the Bank street line. An attempt has heen'Jmade to save tho flro department Aby keenlnc reapjsoriie of tho 'real firemen, pointing some of thej,pld ones, but tudo" uapiains navo moro man overbalanced the Jitter. The Louisville Herald purported to give figures on the firo-- f department's efficiency, so many await with interest how the Herald will explain tho proposed raise In flro Insurance of the Board ofjv Underwriters and tho fact that bepause of the present flro department Louisville will be ranked as a third-clacity. As stated above, every day Is a Mho Keystone day of knocks for police, but all the knocks are interspersed with a lajigh or funny quip at the expense of our comedy guardians. A resident of Hamilton avenue writes tho Kentucky Irish American complaining about the bridge at Beargrass creek and Hamilton avenue, but ends up his complaint with "don't send a Keystone policeman to Investigate as he will get lost or, fall in the creek." In tho West End a story comes from a passenger on a iMaln street car. Tho cat went dead, who but three Keystone t police were on the car gave themselves remaway by coming forward and edying the trouble in'u jiffy, showing that as police they were good street car men. On ran Oak street car the other day a Keystoner gave away his former occupation by stepping out on the front platform and working the lever to open tho as a motOTman sldo door only could do and spitting In the street while the door flopped back. You don't have to see their celluloid collars to know tlmt they were former "hick" street 'car men. At tho hall park one .of them contentedly munched a bag of peanuts standing alongside of a Lieutenant and Sergeant, later ron going on the steps of a box seat landing to smoke a cigarette, possibly being hungry for a smoke, seeing tho Mayor smoking his pipe in a private box. Two of tho Keystone police hearing of the orders about arresting loafers accosted a man on their beat the other day and in response to what he was doing answered that he was loafing. they word another Without grabbed hold of him just as you see it on the screen and hustled him to jail, despite his kicks and protests. It developed after he was In jail that the man was a new fireman and was loafing on his regular" off day.- All of this must be very discouraging to Col. Petty, tho Chief, who gives promise of kicking over tho traces and refusing to let "Mr. of him. Chesley" make a 'goat Col. Petty realizes that the public In kicking on tho joke police aro kicking to him and not holding Chesley" responsible. It "Mr. must havo been awful embarrassing for the Chief to sit in the Naconvention Chiefs' tional Police and hear Teports from tho doings of real police departments while his Keystoners at homo are becomof the ing the laughing stock country. Before Col. Petty quits, and he can't stand It much longer, we hope he will grant the Tequest made 'by many, and that is call out the entire Keystone force for a parade. It goes without saying that a narado of thl3 kind would even make us forget tho war and Its horrors. "Go ahead, Chler, and be a good fellow." One of the traffic Sergeants, a formeT motor-macalled at the office of tho Kentucky Irish American this past week and said he wanted some papers to show to the motormen and conductors, and said that call ing 'em "Keystoners" mado Republican votes and that he and his fellow police just "laired" at it. Ho mlcht have added that there are many laughing at It, tlfe only peoplo not enjoying are those who have been the victims of 'burglaries or assaults, and then again some taxpayers who think wo ought to get real police for taxes paid. They have no sense of humor. ss ICE CREAM 430 S. Eighth St. Wholesale and Retail Home Phone City 7075, HARMOJS'S VOLUME XL.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ' CAMP NEWS Uncle Sam's Men Being Fast Transferred to Other Camp. LONG PAST Coining of Significant Inscriptions For Building Almost . Lost Art. In Bygone Days These Inscriptions Spoke an Eloquent Language. Founders Who Express Wholesome Thought in Stone and Metal. ITALY OFFERS MANY EXAMPLES Eleven Musics Itcad Last day and Did Not Meet Demand. JMlsscs Sun-- . Overton, Moran, Land- rlgnn, Norton and Trudcau Scoretllit. K. OF C. ACTIVITIES APPRECIATED Undo Sam's men aro being transferred so fast that the different workers at Camp Zachary Taylor hardly get a chance to get acquainted before they are sent to some other camp. During the past week most all of the last draft of 17,000 men have departed for points unknown. As the men were In quarantine most of the time they were hero some of them were never out of tho camp. Private Bud O'Brien, tho well known ball player of the Twin City League, has been sent to West Point along with Earl Flynn, also of the Twin City League. While they were here they played several games of baseball at the Depot Brigade, the whole team being Twin City players Russ, Scully, Curran, Higgins, O'Brien, Flynn, Thieman, Burko and Gorman making up the line-uThe attendance' at mass on Sunday continues to be a very hard proposition to handle. Last Sunday eleven masses were read at the camp and still some of the, boys did not get to church. Chaplain Gallagher, in charge of the Knights of Columbus work, is still trying to make arrangements for a later mass than 9 o'clock at 'building No. 3 so as to accommodate the men who may be on duty, and also for the conveniences of the nurses at the base hospital. Secretary Krull has been assigned to tho base hospital to assist Secretary Drury in this branch of tho work. Although the last draft brought in about 17,000 men, there was very little sickness among tho soldier? and tho hospital has less patients than at any time' since the camp started. Lieut. S. R. Rudolph, has been of the 335th Infantry, granted a leave of absence to go to his homo In Pittsburgh, where he expects to recuperate from the injury to his knee, which ho sustained Lieut. In a fall from a motorcycle. Rudolph has made many friends hero in Louisville and ho takes the best wishes of all who know him. During tho week Capt. Shaffer, of tho 325th Machiso Gun Company, wroto to tho K. C. Secretary, saying that they all miss tho good peoplo of Louisville, as tho activities at Chllllcotho are very tame. Chaplain also Presbyterian, McPheeters, tho Wrote a very nice lcttor to Knights of Columbus workers here, saying they were rather lonesome at Camp Sherman without their friends. These letters Louisville from other camps make tho Secretaries here feel like their work Is appreciated, and they have been going from in Uio morning until 11 at night every day since tho last men arrived. Too much, praise can not bo given the Secretaries of the Knights of Columbus work for giving up their positions a'nd going Into tho war work for $75 per month, but this is tho spirit that will win the war- Last Thursday night was the big . night for entertainment on the outof side stages of the Knights Columbus buildings, a programme acts being of twelve vaudeville given at two places, tho performers being transferred from one building to another In the K. C. machine. This Is the first time this system has been tried at the camp, and it was so successful it will bo carried out again this weok. The plan gives more men the chance to see tho performers when they work at two buildings on tho samo night. Tho programme was made up of Forrest Thompson, "Ragtlmo King," who almost created a Tlot at both places; Sergeant Flynn, who did a "milkmaid's dance" amidst great applause; then Private Stevens, who had been performing on the Keith act, circuit, did his straight-jackand although ho had a very sore arm his performance was remarkaOverton Little Miss Jane ble. danced her way Into the hearts of the soldiers, being required to dance several numbers at both places. Miss Moran rendered three numbers on the violin and Miss Helen Landrlgan played the piano. Miss Lillian Treaudeau scored again very heavily, although she has been out almost every week, and will come back again In the new buildings. A feature of the work of Miss Moran on the violin was the boys Joining in and singing when she played "Over There." Miss Norton made a hit with the musical act and will again In tho near bo welcomed future. Secretary Kennedy performed one of his funny monologues, creating a great laugh with each Joke. Kennedy is a grand success as a K. C. Secretory. Tho performances wore brought to a close with a trio of of Secretary musicians, composed Trvaanh Ttvnn Miss Clara Eilcrs and Mr. Bacagloopl, who performed on the banjo. Mr. and Mrs. Roy sang several numbers and Mrs. Roy led 'the soldiers In singing the "Star Spngled Banner" and three other numbers. The entertainment made r. hit wltti the soldiers, as many of them treated to kaow when we Ob Friday wwuld have another. p. Cat tf 'IIP AbGfat J V. sa83 LAUNCHING SEVERAL STEEL SHIPS A WEEK. Tho American shipyards aro now rapidly getting under full headway, launching each week several steel and wooden ships, which clearly spells tho doom of the Photo shows S. S. Englewood leaving the ways. and Saturday nights tho boys were treated to moving pictures on tho outside screen. Next week will see another big programme, which will bo reviewed Saturday. Good sing- AMERICAN AMBULANCE WORKERS SPLENDID HELP. Ambulance men In Franco have been cited for gallantry under flro many times by tho French commanders. Photo shows men bringing in wounded comrades from battle front. American hospital is not far behind tho trenches. REPUBLICANS HfiAo IRELAND All Public Meetings and Processions Aro Prohibited in ers and dancers aro badly needed as thero are five nights to entertain the soldiers and tho Knights of Columbus will have five buildings working soon. This line of entertainment is carried on very extensively at Camp Taylor in all K. C. activities. Sunday morning at 9 o'clock mass will bo celebrated at Y. M. C. A. building No. 158 by Chaplain Finne- gan, formerly of Notro Damo University. At this mass a special sermon for soldiers will be preached by Chaplain E. A. Baxter, formerly attached to St. Louis Bertrand church in this city. Tho congre gational singing will be presided over by Chaplain Morley. Chaplains Fealoy and McVeath will assist in hearing confessions. Tho other priests attending the Chaplains Training School at Camp Taylor will offlclato at Knights of Columbus auditorium and Buildings Nos. 2 and 3. at tho camp, Dismal Prospect in the National snd State Election. Dublin. Not Before October Will Thero Be Attempt to Apply the Draft. Nationalist Party Enter Parliament Next Week. of TALK RELAXING TIpperary, Tyrone and Westmeath and Kings county and Queens county under a special law providing for change of venue an.d trial by special jury. All of these counties, except Tyrone, are In the Provinces of Leinster, Connaught and Munster and comprise half the Catholic section of Ireland and nearly half of all the counties. Tyrone Is In Ulster. CLOSING AT ST. PATRICK'S. Galway, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Longford, Qlayo, Roscommon, Sligo, Above tho entrance to the new Juvenile Court and prison building In St. Louis ono may read tho Inscription, "Children's Building." The building Is used fpr tho purposes of tho court mentioned and contains also the detention rooms for juvenile delinquents. The Inscription Is therefore, to say the least, poorly chosen, inasmuch as the name "Children's Building" will be understood by the vast majority of thinking peoplo to mean either a structure in honor of tho children of tho city or a haven of refuge for them. Scarcely anyone would consider It happily chosen when applied to a building set aside for court procedures and for punishment. As In this instance, so one may notice in many others also tho well-nig- h utter absence of tho art of coining suitable dedications, While Local Administration Is Giving Death Blow to the Party Many Freely Predicting That Chief Petty Will Throw Up Sponge. Members KEYSTONERS STILL PREFORMING CONSCRIPTION FUNDING THE MISSING. G At tho present time the average number of letters that are found every day in tho Pope's mall bag in connection with the Missing Soldiers' Bureau comes to tho pretty total of 2,000. ProtCatholics, estants, peoplo of no fixed form of religious 'belief, take advantage of the Pontiff's charity in finding out tho addresses of their dear ones who are missing. They want to know whether their missing relative Is dead or a prisoner, and if the latter the exact place. Who is better able to give them this bit of Information than tho Pontiff, who has representatives in all cen ters to send Information to the three dozen clerics and laymen given whose services are hero gratuitously manning in the bureau? You may write your application in any tongue. Give full name, rank, regiment, where and when last seen all in a few brief words. Then your own name and address clearly so that In a month or a year a note may ho sent. to tell your soldier friend has been found. NEW CANON LAW. has just beon made that P. J. Kenedy & Sons, of Barclay street, New York, have been authorized by the Vatican to publish in this country the com plete edition with full notes of "Codex Iurls Canonicl,'" which is the official text of tho new canon law of tho Catholic church, copies of which will bo ready for delivery in August. Announcement et HBm&'JpBbBbbbb&j? M LEADER BATTALION OF DEATH. Mme. Maria Icontlevna Botch-karov- a, organizer of tho Russian Battalion of Death, now in. United States. prospects in the nation, State and city were not very bright, and the Indiana State Democratic convention this week went so far as to "josh" National Chairman Hays, of tho Republican Committee, and Teddy Roosevelt, who has tho Presidential nomination clinched, although many of the Republican leaders now realize that they have made a bad bargain. The old Rough Rider is getting in worse and worse with the American public since ho began his knocking campaign against the administration's conduct of the war, and no later than tho other day tho Library Trustees of Fulton, Mo., barred the Kansas City Star from tho library because of Teddy's peevish against editorials the President and tho War Department. tough part of it for The the Republican party is they dassen't drop him as a candidate, as they fear he will scuttle the ship as In 1912. In the State the outlook Is also very gloomy, Senator OlUe James' nomination and election being predicted without a Btruggle, while tho Republicans have a death grapple on between two drys Bruner and Bethurum for the nomination, and down in the Eleventh district a real old mountain feud is on for Power's seat In Congress. In LouisAs for the situation ville, the writer Is not hardened or unkind enough to blame the present Bolshevik! administration now In power on the Republican party. The accidental Mayor Is a former Democrat, tho Judge of the a Democratic Police Court was candidate in 1909, Baskin, of the likeCounty Commissioners, was wise, and Brumlove, or the Board of Works, bolted the primary. The nave real old line Republicans washed their hands of the Smith administration and men prominent In the party tho last few years, like Herman Monroe, Wood Axton and Dr. Lewis Ryans, are persona non grata with the Bolshevlkl. Hardly a day goes by without a showup of "efficiency" and "rethe One day it form" administration. (s tho City Hospital, the next day the jail or 'fire department, but every day, and Sunday, too, there Is an expose of some branch of the department. At Keystone ppllce tho City Hospital It is charged a man died and his body was about field to be Interred In Potter's when the family learned that he Memhad been dead five days. man's family bers of the dead claim that they had been unable to see him at the hospital during his illness and that in answer to their query were always told that he was getting along nicely and was Improving. Possibly, like tho old story, tho patient died of Improvements. Even the Jail inmates are rebelling against the "efficiency" of the present administration and say that while they 'believe In helping Mr. Hoover they don't think they ought to go fifty hours without food. Under Charley Foster, the hut Democratic Jailer, nothing good was ever heard from tho jail, educational and manual training classes being featured and widely It was stated In these columns a few weeks ago that Republican Associated Press dispatches from Dublin a proclamation Issued last Saturday prohibits all public meetings and processions In the Irish capital until further From tho samo source comes that at present thero is somewhat of a lull in tho political situa tion in Ireland. Agitation against conscription has relaxed in the face of tho Government proclamation calling for voluntary Tecruits, and no attempt to apply the draft Is expected before October, .and then only in the event of conspicuous failure to obtain tho necessary number by enlistment. The visit of protest contemplated by the Lord Mayor of Dublin to has been inPresident Wilson He Is "holddefinitely postponed. ing himself In readiness" to go to Washington when the occasion arises, but ho has no expectation at present that tho occasion ever will arise. Suppression of Illegal drilling proceeds dally, and It Is greatly helped by tho Government's warning that If the drilling continues the counties affected will he declared "special military areas." Tho Irish people havo 'been quick to realize that an extension of such a the zone would greany facilitate application of conscription and advice everywhere is being given to young men against assembling themselves In uniforms. A curious feature of tho prosecutions is the number of instances that the accused have 'brothers or other relatives, sometimes two or three, now serving in the army in Franco. It is not intended at present to bring to trial the Sinn Felners arrested at Whitsuntide. Their Imprisonment Is mado regular under the regulations of the defense of the realm act and none of them thus far has taken advantage of the sections which enables him to appeal against Imprisonment. Tho Immediate purpose is to make a success-o- f the recruiting campaign. T,ie military authorities are handto olvlllans ing it over entirely drawn from all the political parthese Most notable among ties. workers Is Sir Horace Plunkett, Chairman of the reecnt Irish home rule convention at Dublin. Local committees will bo formed on this principle in every district. y propaganda, hitherto entirely neglected in Ireland, will ho undertaken and an attempt will be made by suitable literature to explain to tho Irl3h peoplo tho real fs3ues of the war. The members of tho Irish Nationalist party have decided to return to Parliament next week. The (rlsh Nationalists temporarily withdrew from attendance from Parliament as a protest against tho Government's proposal to apply conRecent disscription to Ireland. patches from Dublin Indicated that representatives the Irish party's would Teturn to tho Houso of Com-- r. ons to take part In tho dohate, particularly In Sinn Fein arrests. that Induced Irish The situation has (been members to withdraw modified hy tho Government's proclamation calling for voluntary recruits In Ireland. The Dublin Official Gazette proclaimed the Counties "of Clare, news Pro-all- According to notice. programme will include an operetta in three acts and a Biblical drama in three acts. In addition there will be musical and literary selections and addresses, and the exercises will be Jn the nature of a parting expression of love and good will from the children for the school that has done so much for them. Rev. Father Cronln, V. G., and will award the certificates premiums. The cast for tho operetta will Include the Misses Cath Maddln, erine,, . Mqrrin, Estelle Eugenia Skelley, Catherine uieary", Margaret Tyrrell, Loretta Murphy, Mary Horan, Catherine Manlon, Margaret Annora and Keenan Healy. Those who, will present tho Biblical drama aro T.- Walker, C. Higgins, M. Murphy, W. Wagner, C. Richardson, F. Yeager, E. Bartley, - Sunday evening at St. Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and Market, the closing exercises of the school will bo held, beginning at 8 o'clock. The G. Rudloff, G. Kllleen, G. Rudloff, L. Murphy. The class address will be delivered by Miss Mary Noone. V. Smith, E. Klmbel, W. Donlon, m. neaiey, v. Nicolas, Li. I'rice, P. Keane, J. Boyle, W. Klmbel, EXEMPT FROM DRAFT. In this Irish and Australians country aro exempted and only aces Of Amorlrnns hetween tho twenty-on- e aro sub and thirty-on- e ject to drart in Great Britain anu Canada under tho military convention now awaiting ratification by the United States. It is stated that it required a formal exchange of notes between the TTnltort Stntiv nrwl Great Britain to settle questions relating to applica tion of American urait ago umus 10 Americans In Great Britain and Canada. British-America- n n, IRISH 1HSTORY PRIZE. Unlv Trlnltv Rchnnl. NfiW AlbanV. students at graduated thirty-thre- e the closing exercises neiu Aionaay night in Holy Trinity Hall. Maurice mm! TTelon TUr u'cro awarded the prlzo offered by the Ancient finior nr HlliRrnlanR for Irish his tory study. Tho Rev. Charles Cur tno ran, the pastor, presentea riininmns nnd an entertalnlnc mu sical and literary programmo pleased tno largo auaienco. rtvi-nn NARROW ESCAPE. and seri fjint. Afr ously Injured In an automobile ac cident near Shelbyvlile last weeic, and their are both Improving frlomla will ralnlr.n to learn that they are able to moved to their Capt. KInnarney has not home. hoon pnnflnprl to ,hls 'bed. but it will be some time ibefore Mrs. Kln-narney is able to bo out. They were on their way to Cincinnati when their automobile skiaaea ovfir an embrankment. 'both having a narrow escape from death. f .Tamps W. Klnnarnev "K'ltinnmAV. who were Hyp BjdBjbE . ,B ?M FORTY HOURS. The Forty Hours' devotions will be held In the city next at St. Agnes church on the Newburg road, opening with high mass tomorrow morning and coming to a. solemn close from the on Tuesdty. Fathers Sacred Heart Retreat will conduct the services and preach the sermons both morning and evening. MADE JJAD MOVE. who had dHH American anti-Iris- h bricks to hurl at the head of Lord Mayor O'Neill, of Dublin, on his proposed advent in this country, should bo told that Mayor O'Neill has a son fighting in the British army. UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED. Presidont Wilson, former Premier Salandra, f Italy, and Cardinal Merclef, Primate of Belgium, were unanimously elected Saturday to the French Academy of Moral and Political' Sciences. provided a supply journalists of JiBjBBbmBBMIR PREDICT HUN'S FAILURE. Major Gen. March reaffirms confidence in ability to mako Gorman drive a failure. pregnant with truth, epigrammatic lr expression and classic in form. In tho olden days this art was not unknown. Italy, to mention but one country In which this art was understood, offers us many examples of beautiful and terse expressions in stone and metal. The founders and builders of edifices devoted to purposes of reform or of charity knew how to express a wholesome thought in the inscripon such tions they had placed buildings. A classical sentence met the eyes of the boys and girls confined In tho 'reformatory which formed a part of the great Hospital St. Mlchele In Rome. It read: "It Is of llttlo advantage to restrain the bad by punishment, unless you ren der them good by discipline." The British prison reformer John How ard, who quotes this sentence in his" famous-wo- rk on "Thex State- oN Prisons In England and Wales," calls It "admirable," and says that it "expresses tho grand purpose of all civil policy rejativo to criminals." N. H. Julius, a noted criminologist, terms this maxim ono of the most remarkable ho has seen anywhere. Equally appropriate and significant is tho inscription which Pope Clement XL, tho founder of this institution (1704), had graven over the entrance and which read: "Pope Clement XL, Supremo Pontiff, for tho correction of profligate youth; that they, who when idle, were injurious, instructed, when might be useful to tho State." Pope Innocent X., who built the "Great Prison" In Rome in 1655, also had a suitable legend inscribed over Its entrance, saying: "To Justice and Clemency. For the more secure. and better custody of criminals, Pope Innocent X. erected this new prison." Thus tho purpose of these institutions was clearly stated In these Inscriptions. Pope Clement XII. likewise stated tho character of an addition which ho had built, In 1735, to tho Hospital S. Mlchele in Rome, in theso words: "For re straining the licentiousness and punishing the crimes of women." But besides the purpose, such Inscriptions frequently also voiced a prayer, an admonition or a warning. In Rome, near San Angelo, tho cemetery for executed criminals was kept Iby the members of the Confraternita della Miserlcordia, to which only nobles (belonged, who devoted themselves to the care of to death, accommen condemned panied them to the gallows and burled their bodies. On one of the slabs under which the 'bodies were interred ono could read the prayer: "O Lord, when thou shalt come to judgo, do not condemn us." In Florence, over tho entrance to the prison "Dello Stlnoho," tho words were engraven: "Oportet Mlsercl, "It behooves us to bo merciful." In Naples, In tho Hospital of the Bonfratelll, or Brothers of St. John following quotation of God, tho could be seen on one of tho walls "I was of tho patients' dining-roohungry, and ye 'gave me meat," etc. And in Genoa the hoys and girls confined for correction in tho Hospital had constantly before their eyes the words: "Silence and Obedience" certainly a help ful admonition. Such was tho language of in scriptions In that country at that appropriate. time clear, precise, But the Inscriptions do not only convey their own message; some or them tell us today that the idea of punishment of evil doing for tho sake of reform, tho principle of cor rection rather than of mere punish ment, and tho tempering of justice with mercy that this idea la by. no means a modern innovation, as some leaders of the philanthropic movement wouiu nave us Deiieve. It Is to he hoped that the Catholic view on corrective punishment ho more generally understood; It would likewise bo desirable that tho in- forgotten art of epigrammatic -- - v Al,-ber- go both those developments presuppose a return from the superficial thought of the age to a more serious "attitude of mind. '. G ?,- n ;.?;'. lj.",.. p jaE&raDXJ03Brr KENTUGKY IRISH Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement xri&is .jgedioaj?- - flMEMN. of Irish Americans and Catholics PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporeal, Cnttred at the Loulavllle Poatofllce ai Second-Ctm SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Matter. 319-32- kiitea til Communications to (he KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 Wsst Green St. PARADES (ragyj COUNCIL- - LOUISVILLE, KY. DANGEROUS PROPOSAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1918 may be unable to tarry out pledges to help him. SHOULD EXPLAIN. their If reports from Berlin may be credited Germany Is about to make Such a a great peace offensive. proposal would too more dangerous In offensive than the military which they are now engaged. Tho Government and her American associates are arrayed In invincible solidarity for military action. A peace offensive can break the lines and Influence the masses of tho Everybody wants people at home. to see the war ended. Tho people at liome have 'been the real sufferers and tho day on which tho war stops will rival in Joy tho day tho on which the angels sang to hills. shepherds on the Judean Whatever the European allies may think or do the United States can not accept a peace that does not mean victory. Had we entered tho war to gain .territory or trade conWe cessions we could compromise. are fighting for a moral principle. There is eternal justice iback of our cause and with injustice iwe can make no compromise. Though Germany is ready in a geographical and political sense to make a peace offer it is ibeaten not because it has arrayed against itself so many great national powers, tout ibecauso it has to fight the moral and spiritual powers of civilization. The safety of tho world and the preservation of human liberty demand tho defeat of what Germany stands for. ft is a long time since Edmund Burke said it, but it still stands true: "If your enemy offers peace in a moment of success it indicates that ho Is satisfied with something." We may well "beware of the Danes bearing 'gifts." Charles Ogden, tho Republican machine candidate lor Congress, lectured last week on why ho was a member of the Junior Order. As the Junior Order, an A. P. A. society, proscribes all foreign born citizens, Mr. Ogden should now explain what our attitude should ibe to tho deserving Belgians, French want to and others who might become American citizens after the war. He might also have our American soldiers explain to our allies over these that while they are good enough to associate with now and fight together, nevertheless we don't want any of them to associate with ua after tho war. CAN DO NO AVKONG. The friends of the present Board of Education object to politics in selecting the members of the board, but see no wrong In the present members of tho board play- ing politics among themselves selecting officials. AIDING THE ENEMY. in Anyone who seeks to involve religious Issues with tho present war is serving Germany as effectively as if lie were exclusively devoting his attention to disabling our transports or blowing up munition plants. Catholic schools everywhere have 1918 now closed a successful year's work. AUGUST PRIMARY HIBERNIAN DIRECTOR? 1018 Tho commencement exeiclses for elementary schools, high schools, DIVISION 3. Shelby. colleges and academies show progFirst and third Fridays, Hibernian Catholic education. ress for The CI in J) T.AliOK. Home, 0 PRESENTATION ACADEMY. Portland. results will toon show foith and CANDIDATE FOR President John M. Riley. Miss Julia Maline was hostess bring home to all the benefits The setback which the Supreme The scholastic year of the Pre Vice President Walter Murphy. to her card club Thursday after- from religious training in the noon. sentation Academy was brought to Secretary John Financial Court decision in the child labor J. a close Monday morning, when nine Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. case gave tho Important cause of school. graduates, two taking the literary A. Recording Secretary John Mils Claia Angemier will leave course, were presented protecting childhood not only for with diplo- Martin. Don't wait to be urged to join the spend some mas and certificates by the Rev. its own sako but for the good of the W. S. S. army. What If our timelast of the month to Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. In Ashevllle, N. C. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Shee-baFather James P. Cronln. pastor of citizenship 'requires and Is now ob- men In the'tienches waited to be Martin St. Patrick's church, who presided Miss Gladys Klley, of Evansvllle, taining renewed effort to restore urged? Sentinel Thomas Noone. Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Dallas at 'the exercises. In accordance with the protections. Because the method the conservation movement brought Lawrence, In Jeffersonvllle. abolishing child labor iby refusof about by the world war, elaborate America as a nation has a clear DIVISION 4. in interstate conscience ing its products That is why she is Mrs. Thomas Brady, of Indianap- decorations and other finely, which wrong metnou standing by her Government so olis, is the guest of her parents, have marked the giaduatlon exer- Meets second and fourth Mondays. commerce was the cises of the academy in former Berti and Hall, Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. John Alderson. does not leave the situation with- well. years, weie missing. Diplomas President John J. Barry. ,j laflr out a remedy and does not make were presented to Misses Rose Vice Piesldent Mark J. Ryan. Miss Frances Tyler McCabe re- M. FOR ORPHANS' DAY. Burkley, Mary E. Graves, Lydla Recording Secretary Lawrence it one which can be viewed with turned last week from Nazareth 13. Graves, Marguerite A. Kaster, D. Meany. Backcomplacence or indifference. The reports of committees at the Academy, where she was a student. Florence A. Pike. Mlldted A. Financial Secretary Thomas J. ward communities which will not meeting of friends of the Catholic Aloys L. Londes reports tho ar- Schnelderhan and Louise E. Wur-tel- Langan, 734 West Oak street. Orphan Society Monday to prepare llaaaaaaaaK for themselves recognize the evil Literary certificates were con'JaaV StiMM Treasurer John F. Burke. rival of a little recruit for Undo inFourth Sergeant-at-Arm- s such for theprogress of July picnicpublic Sam at his home last Sunday ferred on Misses Florence G. Endris of taking and the danger v Bernard 'fits? dicate and that the and PauUnc A. Senn. Subgradua-tlo- n serious chances with the material Is making a ready Tesponse to reon honors were confened Sentinel M. J. McDermott. citizenship must ibe brought quests for donations. Especially of Miss Nora Duffy had as guests Misses Mary J. Armilt, Mary J. flattering was the report of the under the superior control of the Brennan, Margatot M. Coleman, laaaaasllaaaaaaaavK' . GOOD FOR DOLAN. S4 Kf committee on Liberty bond com- the past week Misses Frances Mack-ll- n Margaret P. Hammersteln, Nellie federal Governmont. and Mary Murray, .of exbination cards, which source is M. Hendricks, Hazel M. Horan, For many years past, and espeThe protection of childhood and pected to yield at least $500 revMary E. Kehrer, Helen E. Kern, cially during the life of Senator The cards have 'been disthe safeguarding of its opportuni- enue. Mussel-maAleen R. Miles, Virginia L. Mrs. W. iH. 'Blocker ties of development are essential tributed among the parishes In tho have returned from and son Billy Abba J. Pitt, Marie B. Roch, Tim Sullivan, it was the custom of Cloverport, city with few exceptions, and it Is for the requirements of the nation. hoped that these few will fall in wheie they visited Mrs. E. B. Evelyn C. Schmitt, Evelyn R. the Tammany political leaders In Twohlg, New York Schlinger, Nonie to take their conH. not develop lino and call for their quota within Dalles. does A community C. Veeneman. The Pre stituents Blanche men, women and chilcitizenship for its own purposes the next few days. It is believed a muDorothy Cassllly and sentation orchestra tendeied enjoyed dren on an annual outing ofevery Misses purposes of the that all parishes should assume tho alone, but for the summer, and this was one the Chillicothe, sical programme which was supporting the orphans Amelia Relllng burden secrets of Tammany's liold on New nation. Federal legislation, wo are equally. ofThe Ladles' Committee on Ohio, spending a are In as guests of by the large audience. week York. Here in Louisville there is which Liberty Bonds, of which Mrs. Mor- friends. convinced, can foe devised a growing organization of the same" WEDDING JUIJ1LEE. will not uso a dangerous method of gan Parlln Is Chairman, .has dis kind. Tom Dolan, the tobacco man, Mrs. Denny HInes, Morton ave extending Federal authority and yet posed of 200 worth of these bonds Yesterday morning at St. Mar- who lives just across from the 'ball alone. The Dairy Lunch Commit- nue, had as her guest for several will control" the situation with re- tee tin's church Mr. and Mrs. John C. park, started a few years ago by will endeavor to duplicate the days Mrs. George Keenan, of Schlldt celebrated their silver wed- taking tho children on y his square gard to child labor. remarkable success of previous picnic, ding, and all day were receiving every summer to an years, and has selected practically and year Mrs. Reglna Cecil and Miss May congratulations from friends both footing all the bills, Increased, 'by tho list of experienced workers who PAPERS ARE SILENT. year his crowd the have done the work heretofore, and Price spent several days at New near and far. The Rev. William papers aTe silent this week this Is a guarantee of suocess. The Hope last week, tho guests of Mrs Gausopohl, pastor of St. Mary Mag- - whole neighborhood taking in the The daleno church, who officiated at the annual Dolan outing. Last Saturwith regard to Irish affairs. With admission tickets are 'being taken James E. Smith. marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Schlldt day a couplo of trucks were needed O'Leary in New care of by Chairman C. Ij. V. the Indictment of years ago, again per- to accommodate tho crowd, which Attorney Thomas Walsh left twenty-flv- e Frank, who has written a letter to children York the Sinn Felners on this side every clergyman In the city, asking Tuesday to spend his summer va- formed the ceremony, assisted by consisted of eighty-seve- n I herehv make formal antinnnnpinent nf mv ranilirlam. (rr P!t. Trnxonn. of St. Martin's and eighteen adults. The picnic seem to have 'gone into their shell. that the school children 'he allowed cation at his old homestead near tho Rev. Fathers church. Also the attendants who was held at Stower's Grove and Mr. of Louisville, subject to tho action of the Democratic voters of Louisville The proofs that the British Gov- to enter the contest for the sales of Connorsvlllo, Ind. Unlike expressed at the primary to be held on August 3, 1918. I will greatly appreciate were present at their first marriage Dolan footed all tho bills. be Three ernment were to have produced in these tickets. largest prizes will any woro again present. They were Mrs. the Tammany leaders, he Is not In tho support and influence of all Democratic voters. h given for the Mrs. AUIe Greenwell, sales and regard to the troubles in Ireland boy or girl Is eligible to enter the SAM L. ROBERTSON. street, had as a .visitor tho Albert R. Vogel, Messrs. Herman A. politics, but if he ever enters that are still preserved in His Majesty's contest. Buttons will be pinned on past week her sister, Miss Elizabeth Schlldt, C. A. Sohaefer, John H. field there is a following of Dolan Hubers, William Glass and Edward boosters to blaze tho way. archives, where undoubtedly they the coats or waists of friends of Doherty, of Brandenburg. A. Neuhaus, of Chicago. as they enter the will remain. This is in accordance the orphans HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY. church doors next Sunday, and at at Dr. Bernard Asman. who with British tradition on Irish the parks, etc. FROM FIGHTING RACE Tho President tended tho annual meeting of the Holy Rosary Academy held Its questions. Formerly they confined thanked the Chairmen of commit- American Medical Association in Joseph D. Casey, one of the sops annual commenceemnt exercises in Chicago, returned Saturday "IrlBh undesirables" ibehlnd the tees for their ready of John M. Casey, tho Shelbyvlllo tho school hall, Fourth and Park that the enthusiasm bars, where they not unfrequently and saidbetokened a successful disSOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. a hardware merchant, enlisted in tho avenues, Monday evening, with picplayed paremained months without even the nic in every respect. Numerous Mis. John T. Malone and children army last Saturday and left imme big gathering of friends and pres Hundreds are joining: our War Savings Club. One dollar's outward form of a trial. But tho gifts were reported, among them a will leave the lost of the month diately for the Polytechnic Institute trons of the Dominican Sisters day is dawning when such high- handsome embroidered bungalow for Bay View, Mich., where they at Terre Haute, Ind., whero he was ent. Thebysalutatory address was worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savines Miss Henrietta Collins deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1,000 members. assigned to mechanical training in delivered donated by Sister handed proceedings will not ibe tol- bed quiltformer Superior of Mary will spend tho summer at their cot the auto department. His oldest and the vaeldictory by Miss Mary Martha, St. tage. erated among the nations. son, John Michael Casey, will come Lloyd Tracewell, academic gradu Thomas' Orphanage. Nearly all ates. Miss Ruth Zlta Cullen and "As Near to You u tbe Nearest PnoM" next the committees have been filled and Mrs. Elizabeth Cambron, of West to Camp Taylor men Wednesday. Miss Winifred Agnes Rellly were of promise MEXICO. they are working as a unit in the St Catherine street, was brought Both are young Very graduates. work in hand. homo from Sts. Mary and Elizabeth and will be valiant lighters for the the commercial FUNERAL FLOWERS Rov J. A. Heonan, Prior of St. The Mexican situation has not Hospital Tuesday and 1b getting cause of humanity. Louis Bertrand's church, delivered PLEASED AUDn3NCE. any during tho past improved along nicely." the closing remarks and awarded HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE A Special Spray $3.00 MOURN HIS DEATH. month in regard to its relations the class honors. An audience that 'filled the colMrs, Mollie Clishem, of JefferA Special Wreath $5.00 At least lege auditorium to overflowing Paulsen and His Players with thq United States. Edward T. White, twenty-thre- e sonvllle, has gone to Chicago to one American officer was shot to K. OF O. MUSIOALE. to the fullest tho excellent visit her daughter, Miss Nellie Mae years old, after a very brief illness Cafeteria Restaurant tpr the an- Clishem, who was transferred there of acute Indigestion, died Wednesdeath and several soldiers are held programme arranged Merry Garden Kiddyland Miss Rose Honley, vocal teacher, day night at the home of his parXaviers' from the Government Depot. of prisoners at Matamoros by Villa's nual commencement whenSt.thirty-fiv- e College last night, ents, Patrick J. and Bridget J. and her class of pupils will enSwimming Pool agents. Negotiation's for their re- - young men were graduated. The 1TAkUMtX ColumMartin P. Corcoran and George J. White, 1926 West Jefferson street. tertain at the Knights of evening, Dancing Hall Other .Attractions 1 leaso must bo carried on by the orations of the graduates were well Butler, both woll known in busi- The deceased waB a clerk In the bus home next Tuesday ncwBttsnoa 1 generfourth Mm loulrvHr. invited to at State Department at Washington delivered and each received Cavan-aug- ness circles, were among the Louls-vill- o Superintendent's office of the L, the public being Ray GOOD FERRY BHjL. Barrett, of J. visitors enjoying a recreative and N. and a well known young tend. Chairman and the Federal Government at ous applause. Rev. J. Dame UniThe vaudeville presented dally Wo telegraph Flowers Everywhere Committee of man, .and his death, President of Notre coming so the Entertainment of versity, delivered tho principal ad- season at West Baden Springs. Mexico City. Such is tho order suddenly, cast a gloom among his the Knights of Columbus, promises at Fontaine Ferry Theater amuses Gonzales, the commanding officer dress of the evening, holding the Mrs. W. G. Fitzgerald entertained friends and associates. Besides his a pleasant evening for those who large audiences, who find there an atv your boya aa education will ideal spot to escape the heat of prepar tbem for lira. at Matamoros. One must agree audience spellbound by his elo- informally Wednesday afternoon at parents ho leaves two brothers, attend. e 500 in honor of her guests. Misses John D, and Joseph P. White, and the afternoon and evening. Winona quence. Right Rev. Bishop with the True Voice that the home Winter, a local favorite, will head ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE was the honor guest, and in Mary Loulso Berry, of Hardlnsburg, a sister, Miss Mary White. Tho SUMMER SCHOOL. government is now paying the toll his 'brief talk to the .boys captured and Lucille Arnold, of Owensboro. for next line an excellent bill funeral was lield yesterday morn 113 W. Sreaiway, SoolavUlo, toward their hearts and those of their Xjr. week. The open air attractions ing. Rev. Janes P. Cronin, V- - G for Its former friendship The opening of tho Catholic Two marriages of much Interest celebrating th requiem mass uc .. friends. The annual alumni address at Conducted bv th V&veri&n Brntlim. School at Cliff Haven, N. Y., are all In favor with the Ferry a 'Dana.. .... BhIb.,!!. m. To the be occurs on Sunday, June 30. This patrons, and wore enjoyed 'by thou- ft.a.'iul h a virtue, tout It ha a Hmlt, A was delivered by Charles Klapheke,- In Catholic circles this week were St. Patrick's ihurch. , Sullivan, who reaved relatlv s of the deceased I year's programme has been, arranged sands who attended tho St. Boni Courses, Preparatory Department, Largo , who tuny mainia.neu me reputa- those O'f Miss Nell 7,. uay . ' a t, Gyaaaa-sluf Uon of gt xaviers' CWk lernum and hte became the bride of Jeremiah J. I the heartfelt rympathy of many Is with great care and will attract face and other special day out- - BwlmmlBs Fool, well Xqulppod Terms moderat. ILf.a .ml.. i1 a ...n. ' At..... a j "KltXaa Ufa tro a l.ngs. and Villa's I.,J..amJih4. !... Bre. BeajaalB. Dlr. near at hand 'claw of 1901. nm naipti. vrawjr uiie.eu. mu'r-- ji wiueei'i etiu miynuu and Martin J. Burke. Tho 'best wishes of a legion of friends folJune 26 Annual picnic for St. low them Into their wedded life. Aloyslus church, Peweo Valloy, on Miss Virginia Kathorine James, church grounds. of Floyd Knobs, Ind., who has July 4 Annual picnic for or- been attending tho Immaculate phans of St. Vincent's and St. Conception Academy at Ferdinand, Thomas Orphanages. Ind., .has returned 'homo for July 1 Annual lawn feto of St. Ann's church on lawn, Seventh Mr. and Mrs. F. William Seiko and Davles avenue. and Misses Ella Kaiser and Kath16 Third annual picnic and orine O'Connell Jiave returned from July outing of St. Paul's church, at a ten days' motor trip to Nashville, Rlvoll Garden, South Preston street, where they accompanied Mr. Selke formerly Woodland Park. on a 'business trip. August 6 Annual picnic for Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews. Louisville people In New York August 28 Annual picnic of St. for pleasure the D.past week were L. McCarthy, Leo.'s church, Highland Park, at D. J. Gleeson, Thornsberry's Highland Robert G. Wulf, W. H. Hapler, Grove, Mrs. T. H. Sherley, Misses G. Park. Walker and M. Stevens. THOSE FIGHTING HUSH. Mayme F'nnegan Misses and Leona Coumey left Sunday for You know they will fight iby tho Buffalo, present at tho build and the ibreed of ding of to be Nell Flnnegan, wedforMiss them; merly city, and Elnoro Stutz, You know iby the deeds they whlrh of this took place Wednesday. nave done in tho past, That whenever the country "they. Messrs. Lawrence Miller, Franklove has need of them Malone They'll rush to tho colors sma lin Starks, William who have and enBar' Norman, Jr., stick to the last. listed in the naval Brave men from Wexford an (bold yesterday to report foraviation, left duty at tho Tlpperary men nag p: 1st tno Great Lakes Naval Training School. March under the cheering colleen, anMr. Mrs. M. 'W. Sligo and Galway and Wlcklow and nounce andthe marriage Eraslmo of their Kerry men daughter, 'Miss Florence Marie Are wearing the 'khaki as well as Eraslme, to Thomas James Brocar, the green. of the 336th Ambulance Company, Gradys and Gallaghers, Gibbons and on June 7, the Rev. Father Felten officiating. Gllllgans, Doughertys, Dolans and Duffys Miss Blbiana Hoffman, of New and Doyles, McCarthys, McCloskeys, Mulcaheys Aloany, and Henry A. DIehlman, of Lroulsvllle, were married Wednesday and iMlUIgans, Barrjs and Bradys and Buckleys morning at St. Mary's church, Rev. father Seibertz performing the and Doyles; eoromony celebrating tho and Flynns and Fitzgeralds and Foleys nuptial mass. and Flanagans, s Quayleys and Qulgleys and Mr. and Mrs. Claude D. Graham and Quinns; of their Logans and Lynches announce the marriage f.arklns and daughter, Miss Catherine Graham, Lanigans, and Kohlhepp. H. Morrlsseys, Murphys, McQurks to Lieut. Edwin Saturday after which took place (McGinns. and noon at St. Brlgid's church. The ceremony was performed iby the True to the cause of the innermost Rev. Father Jansen. soul of them, Look at the service flags when Tho wedding of Miss Teresa M. they go by, Jenkins and Lawrence J. Murray The shining red stars representing took place Monday afternoon at the the roll of them Church of St. Mary Ma'gdelene. Are thick as the stars in a clear After a short trip in the West they winter sky. will be at tho home of the bride's The call has rung out and they parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. answer it loyally, Springing to arms to the last Jenkins, 117 Caldwell street. mother's son, Serving their country and serving L. John F. Chester, tho well known and N. engineer, was given a it loyally, stag party his 'home on they serve till the surpriseFirst street atSunday afterAnd thus will South war shall be won! noon, tho occasion being his (cenJames J. Montague. sored) birthday. During the evening two telegrams of congratulation TXXHyCXkXKXMXXXtBSXgi were received from his sons, Ser geant Boyd Chester and Sergeant Edmund Chester, stationed at Camp COMING EVENTS. 10-1- Herman rOURTM AVEHUC Straus sons wcavpaaveo MARKET STREET We GIvsj and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. ' CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT $6.45 $7.45 sioi White Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS Quln-lan- 60c 79c SAM $1.00 1 NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES FOR GIRLS' WEAR. SOGIETV. MCMmatt3SCS3C83SP L ROBERTSON '"""'"'" 1818-182- do-liv- ed CITY TREASURER. e. Mul-doo- n. h jm Be Ktp"? ml jy n, all-da- Twenty-sevent- Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS FONTAINE FERRY en-Joy- ed Mp&i h, O'Dqn-aghu- tit I cut-tnro- ai . '..... fn... .;. s m. frid A vi . ;8faS JMCBSST-XJOBri- r IRISIX -- AJKEB3WIOA3V. 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You recognize tho fact that BUILDERS the "British Government has made LARD, 8AUSAOM KAMA, many blunders and between Dublin Special Attention To Repair Work PROVISION CO. bOUOTHiLH and London many scores remain to Estimates Cheerfully Furnished be settled," and that "valiant IrishlMrrUC) OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. men all over the world are fighting to defeat autocracy." As an IrishTHE SIGN OP QUALITY Homo Phono City 6085 man and a Catholic who would Hlghl'd 741X prefer a roaming commission in P. FREDERICKS East 180 Ireland after death to the best Dealer in Tront seat in heaven, I'll say that KENTUCKY tho LAUNDRY RAGS, on Irishman who refuses to fight mON, METAL, SCRAP the side of America is lower CO. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. than tho Kaiser in my estimation. Incorporated We Irish are with the Allies with Paper Stock A Specialty 2 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET all of them, from little Belgium to Underbill St. America. We are fighting and dying Bet. Market and Jefferson In defense of the Allies and Geo. Dearborn for LOUISVILLE KY. Manager freedom for all little nations and all democracies, and yet because of a few agitators we are classed by unfair newspapers as which Is a blasphemous He. Tho cunning bigots, the the Tory Orangemen, see a chance to blacken tho Irish In the eyes of our best friend, America, by trying to make the American people be. Sec-Trea- ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS IX FRONT, QEJUIAN PEOPLE IN FORTY HOURS. Tho Forty Hours Devotion will begin in Holy Trinity church tomorrow morning with a solemn high mass, closing with solemn services Tuesday. The evening devotions will bo held at 8 o'clock. REAR. ONLY COURSE OPEN. et a. CUSTEIt'S LAST FIGHT. Illustrated lecture on "Custer's Last Fight" will be given for tho benefit of the members at the meeting of the local Knights of Columbus next Wednesday evening, and one of our American Indians will lecture on the picture. (An NOW SERGEANT IIOGAN. 014-02- 214-21- lORANW. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. i aeetxa8,,f Director there. Merlin Hogan, who was sent to Fort Riley, Kansas, with tho cavalry, has ibeen made a Sergeant and writes his local friends that instead of trying to pick tho winner, as he did at Plmrnhlll Tlvnmq he is trying to ride tho winning norse in tne company races out HEARD TITO "pro-Germa- n," CALL. anti-Iris- h, Funeral and Embalmtrj BOTH PHONES 810. I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. WWMHWVHWWWWWWVWWWWWWWWWW HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 822 AND EMBALMERS. Eitsrt; JMCain fcreet. fr..M' " something those bigots and boobs do not themselves believe. Indeed tho British Government has made blunders in Ireland and blunders on the battlefield, but the greatest blunder ever made, in my humble opinion. Is the attempt O Lord, attempt! of i.hi what a foolish Sinn Felners to freo Ireland, anil the English retaliation afterward. The excuse of the Sinn Felners might bo this: Carson and Gen. Gough rebelled against the English Government and were promoted to a Cabinet position and to General of Brigade; the Sinn Felners rebelled a la Carson and were promptly hanged. Quito a difference. Blunderers can be forgiven should be forgiven but the bigot who says that the Irish are not with the Allies is a liar and a scoundrel, a whipped cur, a dachshund and is helping the Kaiser, his master. WOUNDS Monday PROVE FATAL. lieve that we are pro-Germ- readers, sprang a surprise on his friends this week by Joining the United States cavalry. He was sent to Fort Slocum and from there will probably be sent to one of the Western training camps. EARNING DAILY BREAD. Attorney James S. iMcDonogh, of New York City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McDonogh, of this city and well known to many of our Last summer one of Louisville's young 'business men who is fond of the thoroughbreads was visiting in Canada, and 'becoming acquainted with one of the horsemen at the Fort Erie race track spent his vacation by helping train the horses and most any morning could be seen leading or riding horses around the track. During the spring meeting hero some of the touts who earn their dally bread by following the horses spied our young man and whatever he bet on they bet on, they having seen him at Fort Erie last summer and he was a trainer. For proof of this ask Will Daly. Of course we that when volunteers were rushing to the camps our Catholics were there in numbers greater than all the rest. We have claimed about 40 per cent, of the army and navy for the Catholics, who are but 20 per cent, of the country's population, but as the draft goes on It is Inevitable that as all classes go to the camps to deour percentage Is going crease. We may In fact drop down to a few notches above our normal 20 per cent. These are the figures that our enemies will use In the future, but volunteering honors will always be ours. Tablet. INSPIRING SERVICES. Some day the war will be over and from the battlefield and battle-flethe American heroes will come marching home. A right hearty welcome tho nation will givo them, and for generations their exploits will bo commemorated in song and story. Tho homes from which tho army of democracy set out will be radiant with Joy on tho boys' return and even those other homes athwart whoso portals tho shadow of death has fallen will bo glorious in the light of 'duty done. But wo who stay at homo will find that tho general spirit of jubilation strikes no responsive chord in our hearts if wo have failed to do our utmost for the triumph of the common cause. It is easy enough to sound the praises of those who dare to make tho supremo sacrifice and the veriest coward may boast of national valor, but the test which every patriot must now stand calls for deeds, not words. No ono Is exempt from doing his share to win the gigantic struggle In which we are engaged and whether that share be largo or small it must bo wholehearted and sincere. These are not the times to hang back and estimate nicely the pros and cons of giving there Is only one honorable course open and that Is to give, to give oneself if the Government calls, and to give one's money and heartiest in whatever will make for the success of tho war, if tho Government does not call for our personal service at tho front. No ono knows how long the world must endure the terrible scourge of this war, but even the shallowest brain will appreciate the embarrassment, not to say disgrace, which must be the lot of him who now plays the laggard's part and will therefore have no honorable answer to make to the- inevitable question of the future, "What did you do to make tne world safe for democ racy?" Creighton Courier. - HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBJR Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twonty-sixt- h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty Bt. 2011 W. Broadway, LoulsviUo, Ky. Home Phone Shawneo 368 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LHARY Oft, Loans to thn.in hnvlnv ropnlnr In. Headquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPSM1X on their personal security. See ns about anything 1b estate. We sell, buy and rest F. R. POOLEY, 604 W. JEFFERSON BT. Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, Heme Phone City 44S4. 415 S. Fourth Street. T. B. TANN DAIRY OOBD7ANY Phono City 2771 al SAM L. ROBERTSON INCORPORATED B98-51- 0 0. T. THOMAS & CO. SOUTH WENZEL ST. REAL ESTATE 530 WEST JEFFERSON STKEWI Both Phones 4202 Louisville Ky. "SOUTHERN STAR" PIANO J. G. PULLIAM MOVING AND PACKING SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddlo In tho Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE liOUISVLLLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated C. SOHWARTZWALDER RELIABLE SHEET METAIi WORK Motor Truck Express MOVING A SPECIALTY S31 West Green Street, Home Phone City 9130 ARTISTIC iRiNTiNG ) FIRST CLASS WORK Repairing a Specialty. Guttering and Spouting, Tin, Tile and Slate Give This Office Your Next Ordeq Roofing. 008 East Market Street Phone, Shawneo 2532 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 916 ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. We Will EXCHANGE your old model for a NEW TYPE FAN. GHIIiDERS ELECTRIC CO. 3 PHfiNF W 11 R Main1 INCORPORATED Fbeae City 3104 Caml). Soutk 2403a TM. J. BRADY PRACTICAL kh & 1130 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. PLUMBERS SOS.; NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS PLANNING RIG RECEPTION. be-llev- ed HmiH"H'-MDOUGHERH & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, K"H t'l M Funeral Directors and Embalmers f . (JUmD. a uua-aiain nrno a v BOTH T HOSTESS. W iiwug JUJU 1 '' A A A 9ff A A A A ? A A A Ar A A .ti X 'JP wff rp A V i inttetiniMHttHunmnt t t H. BOSSEaSON ttt rt ttt w fA QOAD uiiy (iuuo , TARPY'S I Little A. J. 5c ! I Best Cigars Made 1 East 903 Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 102K. I Lady Dash 10c FBHR AVKNCUJa) Mr. and Airs. L. residing at 1703 Maple street, received telegrams ifrom New York bringing news that their son, Seaman George McClel-latwenty-on- e years old, had suffered serious injury from a gunshot wound that must have been accidental. Three months ago to the day young McClellan enlisted with the navy and was assigned to the e United States Coast Guard at Island. The letters which have been received Ijy tho 'family spoke of how the seaman was enjoying the life and told of Its interesting work. Mrs. McClellan on receiving the first telegram from Capt. Godfrey, which told of her son being wounded, was making preparations to leave for New York when the second wire, announcing his death, was received. The body will be brought to Louisville 'for burial. McClellan was educated at Sacred Heart school and among his associates was a leader and favorite. Beside his parents he is survived by ten brothers and sisters, who are as follows: Leo McClellan, painter at L. & N.; Miss Verba & David McClellan, at Baird machinist, Sons; Roy McClellan, Manufacturing ComDrummond pany; Graham MoClellan, employed at Hite D. Bowman's; Robert, Paul, Raymond, Frederick, Dorothy Bed-lo- Mtnm 11 WHERE HONOR RESTS. are proud n, and Norma McClellan. SALES OF SUGAR. PHONES High. 375 JOHN M. SCHMiTT 2228 Bardstown Road (Blacksmith and Wagon Rubber Tiring. McCormick Binders, ''Mowers and Rakes. A full line of repairs. .3-JLICKIN'S LAAVN FETE. Monday and Tuesday Mackiu Council will entertain its members and friends at a lawn fete to be held on the spacious grounds surOutdoor Mowers, Lawn rounding the club house. Builder Bardstown Road Garage. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON id. euchre and lotto games and other amusements will be provided and relreshments will be served. There will be an abundance of prizes for uom ntgnts ana an are urgeu to bring their friends. Mackin has sent many members to the colors, and from this fete it is hoped to realize funds necessary to continue tho work of the council. ONLY A LOAN. All you are asked to do is to buy only necessary things and then loan riot give your savings to Fred M. Sackett, Federal Food Issued directions Administrator, Saturday to all persons selling sugar in the Stato of Kentucky that the following regulations become effective at once: Retail sales of sugar for household purposes must be limited to two pounds to city and town residents and five pounds to rural and city residents. Retail sales of sugar for canning and preserving must be limited to twenty-fiv- e pounds at one time, and then only when accompanied by a ' signed certificate on the Government form pledging tho customer to use that particular sugar for tho particular purpose of canning and preserving food. Customers are expected to limit tho uso of sugar for household purposes to three pounds per month per person. J midnight mass recently celebrated at an embarkation point for the men who were about to leave for France. Word reached the Knights of Columbus building that 500 men desired to go t6 confession and to receive, holy communion. The chaplain Immediately took his place In the confessional while u Knight of Columbus secretary hurried to tho nearby city to secure another priest to assist in this holy work. Both of these zealous clergymen were in the confessional until almost midnight, when ono left to prepare for the celebration of mass, the other remaining until all the men had been heard. Through- the kindness of the commanding officer a barracks was secured In which the holy sacrifice was offered, the Knights of Columbus building being entirely too small to accommodate the throng that desired to attend. This barracks was filled to overflowing, and so quiet was it that the sentry as ho patiently could be heard paced his beat outside. As the Sanctus bell announced the consecration and elevation this sentry paused, reverently struck his breast and uttered the prayer: "Dominie, non sum dignus." During the distribution of holy communion tho men formed a lino outside the building, passing through ono door and out at another, thus preventing congestion around the Improvised altar. - One of the most Inspiring religious services held under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus camp In an American was the HELr SALVATION AUMY. The Salvation Army's campaign for $250,000 in New York City was spurred, by an appeal to Catholics to support the drive, which was Issued by Msgr. M. J. Lavelle, pastor of St. Patrick's Cathedral and secretary to Cardinal Farley. Tho appeal was addressed to all Catholic of the arahdloeeoe. NEUTRAL IN IRELAND. BUILDING your" W.CKr fulfill mi JefftriM Government to help lt 'fight your war. Thus you assure glorious return for your thrift. Catholic Union disclaiming all knowledge of th9 Irish Bishops' manifesto against conscription. The communication siyg that the Vatican knew nothing about the Btanl- taatn until atvhl days after Its ' publication According to the London Dally Mall tho Vatican has written to the Ladies, get out your Milan hat from last summer and let us clean and reshape It to tho latest summer style. Ladles' hats of all kinds cleaned, dyed and reshaped. First-clas- s work. This is the only place in the city that knows how to do ladles' hats. Wo may bo a little out of tho shopHolds Fire Over Night. ping district, but it will pay you to FOR WOLVN'S EYE. make the trip and have your hat Coa) Co. Large numbers of sleeveless gar done right.and resew your hats, also Harvey-Jellic- o We rip ments are now being made. XNCORPORATBD dye them a good black. Our cusNot one woman In ten can wear tomers say the work is just like the Eton jacket to advantage. now. Forty years in business and MAIN OFFICE First and A St. Organdy frocks are found ad 3 help Is our guarantee. mirable for our young girls, even the smallest. City Cotton voile, plain, striped and checked. Is one of tho now fabrics 713 West Jefferson Street, for children's wear. North Side. For summer wear silks hold tho SAVES COAL. Georgplace. Foulards, forward Home Phone 2550 ettes and taffetas are the lcaedrs. It makes hotter, cleaner and moro lasting fires. Use Koallne on The sport clothes that did duty and Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. your coal and cut the coal bills for girls between fourteen twenty are meeting with disfavor from 40 to 50 per cent. Price One Dollar per tube. Ono and are not now tho style. tube sufficient for one ton of coal. moro about You hear nothing the "corsetless" figure. Corsets are KENTUCKY KOALINE KOHPAHY now more supple than ever before. 1 STARKS BUILDING. Calico curtains are decidedly S01 LoulsviUo Trust Building, popular and help greatly numerous Telephone, City 4405. Home City 2803 decorative schemes. While silk petticoats are preferaWORK A SPECIALTY ble for comfort to those of other REPAIR materials, it sometimes happens FRED HORNUNG, JR. variety, made that the shadow-proo- f of white sateen, gives a greater PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING sense of security when worn with 712 West Jefferson Street a diaphanous frock than that of the more luxurious silk. Louisville, Ky. A smart blouso of striped dimity a is cut upon tailored shirt lines, wiLvr DntEOTORY snows. 42S W. MARKET plaits at box with two narrow LOUISVILLE,. KY. either side of tho opening in front. Louisville City DiTho At each side of these, and also rectory 1918 contains issued Just A complete line of Furniture at separating them, are Inserts of wide 146,032 Individual names: 137.032 heavy beading. Tho straight roil- residing in Louisville; 5,7X)0 resid- prices that are always tho lowest. ing collar has lines of heading inset ing beyond the city limits and 3,300 Satisfaction guaranteed. in the same fashion, and is finished residing In Now Albany and e, e by an hem of double Ind. Tho 1918 Directory dimity. Smart little euffs of altertho largest Increase over nating bands of dimity and lines shows in Louisville. There are beading finish the tailored tnado new names that have" never feETtwhf m4 UHrsul Miitt Seltitlficrifr TniM of 20,000 sleeves. before appeared In the LoulsviUo Dr. Uriah Z. Litny Director'. 30 per cent, removals, CLEANING COPPER. Chiropodist 60 per cent changes. Can you af507 ford to be without It? Let us send BBBKik'laBBBBfc copper that needs cleaning you a copy. Rub Starlca with half a i&mon dipped in salt, CARON DIRECTORY CO.. BIMla then wash well in warm water and 127 South Third Street: P BfttkPaMM polish with a jSoft, dry cloth. Plans for the reception of the Most Rev. D. J. Dougherty, D. D., Philadelphia's new Archbishop, upon his arrival in that city from Buffalo were outlined at a meeting of representatives ifrom the different parishes of the diocese, which was held at the Catholic Phllopatrian Literary Institute last Nearly two hundred repreweek. sentatives were present. Each parish, it was decided, will march as a unit to a designated position on Broad street, where the parishioners will be reviewed by His Grace-eleand the members of the diocesan and visiting clerical and lay reception committees as the cortege passes through the line of forma tion. The reception will take place on the evening preceding the ceremony of the solemn enthronement Dougherty. of Archbishop The Chief Marshal and his staff and the members of the various mlttees are engaged In formulating the rules and regulations to govern the reception. " ct CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $1,700,000.00 llwili Paid on Timo Deposits City ralB jTyJrtjsw 510 DEPOSITS 14,000,000.00 SSKSaa&SkS COAL $6.15 South 10S8-- Three Per Cent. Interest LADIES' HATS Jellico Lump suh-co- flrst-clas- Falls Straw Works KOALINE DENTI5T 900-90- Jeffor-sonvlll- inch-wid- CORNS.BUNIONS KiaaW w iMiiMr i.i t HEADQUARTERS FOR CONFIRMATION u IS Tul DOYS BEST VALUES IN TOWN Everything For Confirmation. Store Third Floor Wear--Boy- I C2aMDJBtfisBBK"?" ISSflKiMiEBH rT w v?5?3(rP'wl -- 8Mga jBACONasoif We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. "n Hff 'WWi MB,,ur1 - 1 rtsFfflrirfflffisBsssliBSBBM' The New Fern Waists a $1.00 Special We nro the exclusive ngents for this brand of wnista, which sanitary packages. are put up in Tho waists nro made of voiles, organdies, batiste and Madras, in wlilte, fancy stripes anrf colored combinations. In their designing Mill bo discovered every new and fashionable touch that can bo made to Improve the becoming effect. Values to $4.50 in waists of flesh color, black or white crepe de chine; models that button down tho front, with smaU pearl buttons; large and medium collars; extra special at $2.4 i 1,000 New Waists; the materials are voile, organdie, batiste and other desirable lingerie materials, with a generous showing of tub silks: the colors embrace white stripes, colored combinations and blacks; the trimmings are dainty Val. lace insertion and fancy filet lace edges; all the popular collar features are revealed; such waists are well worth $3.50; special $1.84 l'rctty Silk Blouses of Georgette Crepe, pussy willow silk, crepe de chine, lace and other attractive materials; large or medium collars, developments In hemstitching, embroidery and pearl buttons; tho color range is very great, Including all of the plain colors, combinations, stylish fancy stripes, white and S2.44 to S7.00 black; priced Black Waists; a very complete lino of Black Waists is shown in whioh are included all sizes and extra sizes; the materials are Georgette crepe, satin, crepe de chine, china silk, etc.; models are shown that are as becoming in design and trimming as in the colored waists; priced $1.30 to $7.00 scal-pnckc- ItBunmwmSffm s' d b&s AMERICAN REINFORCEMENTS MARCHING TO BATTLE Photo shows map of sector of the front lino now .held by American troops, and the steady stream of troops rapidly moving up to the battle lino will shortly amount to over 1,000,000 men. Their great strength added to the Allies' armies will soon turn the tide of battle. LEVY'S at th :: HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. i Visitation Home Committee reported that while no definite date had as yet been set for the opening of the campaign in contemplation, its plans were about completed. NOW IN CAVALRY. George G. Welsh, one of our best known young men, is now stationed 1 KNIUUTS OF ClfLUJS mark e.t i d :: Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 A 1- -2 Lbs. For 65c XNOWX TO QUALITY. COrrEE THAT IS ITS PINE CUP JOH2ST Importer K. I. A. and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. 313 "W. aSABZET ST. IiOUISVILI.E, XT. Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. M. MUIIOY Division 4 will meet next Monday evening. 3 given neaily Division has twenty of its members to the colors. Boston Hibernians will hold their gieat ifield day on the Fourth of bVbf tsBBSSBBS July. ; next year. Prflslrtpnt .Tnlin AT. TIIIpv. of Di vision 3, Is now selling life insur ance. The A. O. H. ball team is now tied for first place in the Twin City League. The patriotic lesolutlons of the County Board were commended on all sides. Tlfirnnwl Aliildoon. of Division 4. goes in the service of Uncle Sam bBSSSBw BBaBlfc.-''''- .JBH BBBBfl BBBBBr BBBV bbbBW 'TvjMmamai .aBSaVaVBam bBbbbbbbbbbbI neapolis entertained their sailor and at Fort Riley, Kansas, and is a soldier friends with a dancing party member of the cavalry. He Is a last night. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Welsh, Thn f!nnntv Hoard (Will soon con of West Breckinridge street. 3CENTUCKY. sider the annual LOUISVILLE, reunion, which SECOND AND BBEOKINIUDGB, many look forward to as one of the TWIN OITV LEAGUK. Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and great events of the year. Teaches Mamliers should attend at least It was an off day for fair in the kindred subjects. Day and Niglit classes Uie year round. Our system is right; our one meeting a month, as many Im- Twin City League last Sunday, only concerning the one game being played, the Hiberportant matters prices are right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. Irish people are being discussed. nians winning over the Champs in D. OBEAGER, Prin. J. finnntv Secretary Dan J. O'Keefe a 7 to 5 game, while the K. of C. will Iphvo Aiondav to loin the col team forfeited to Vernons and The ors and will report at Camp Zach- - Trinity forfeited to Mackin. H ary Taylor. Good lucK to you, wan. K. of C. players were guilty of the Tho Hthprnlnn Itifles. the crack baby act and unsportsmanlike conof military organization of San Fran- - duct In refusing to play because by ntprfnln (without tickets the suspension of 'Bossmeyer nloon will President Duffy, although tho sus all uniformed members of the army pension was agreable to Bossmeyer, and navy at their annual reunion watt lor tne and tournament at Glen Park on who was willing tocase. Manager offloial trial of the July 7. Auxiliary Bob Donnelly, of Trinity Council, nrwl T.nrllPH of his players When you buy Furniture you should of South Bend, Ind., had a splendid says the majority absent and he were unavoidably made to give buy the kind that is special joint meeting in nonor oi willingly forfeited the game. At a Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, former Na- meeting of the - Twin City Thursday away with trading stamps or cheap, tional President of the auxiliary, night everything was adjusted and trashy premiums. We do not handle who was at Notre Dame University a full roster of the teams will be for the commencement. plays Trinity trading stamps, but good Furniture, Car-pettomorrow: out The Ladies' Auxiliary of Mil- Chamns. A. O. H. plays Vernon and Ranges at low prices. Stoves waukee had a fine celebration of and Mackin plays K. of C. Stand- anniversary Ing to date: n nir twenty-fourt- h Thursday night. Degrees were con- V Pet. L ours. fcired on new members, anu Presi-fio- n K. ofC 1 .800 4 Mary McWhorter, National .800 1 4 All mem Hibernians nana honor ciiest. 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. .800 1 Vernon 4 'of the Ancient Order attended Trinity bers 2 .400 3 reception that followed. the 1 .200 Mackin 4 Book-keeping, fVinntv Piealdent John Hennessy reDorts that the County Board is In good financial shape. Thn Ladles' Auxiliary 3 of Min FURNITURE nt s, UIHot-nlnn- a Tomorrow there will bo an initiation at Portland, Ore., the last until fall. Twenty candidates were given ! I the second degree Thursday night at Auburn, N. Y. Milwaukee will limit its next class to sixty, the initiation to take 30x3 These tirea are all firit guaranteed Thermold Pi. CI t 8.60 took, with name and serial number at8.95 30x3 Thermold Ws, CI place in September. CI 10.95 tached. 30x31 Thermold PI. We soUclt a call to Inspect our stock 12.25 Thermold PI. Ss The Knights of Westphalia, Kas., 32x3 12.95 at both stores. gave a dance and realized a nice 32x3 i Thermold Ns. Ss Main Office sum for the Red Cross. Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, cityP7mNES 460 S. FXTTK ST. Main 1039 The initiation of about eighty Retail Branch Incorporated new members gives a great impetus 660 S. THIRD ST. to Indianapolis Council. The Knights of Chippewa Falls, Wis., recently gave a dinner for the benefit of tho Red Cross. In the K. of C. building at Camp Lewis, Wash., Bishop O'Dea confirmed twenty-tw- o soldiers. John H. Redding, of Denver, Is serving his third term as Supreme Master of the Fourth Degree. At the meeting and initiation of the Missouri Valley district seventy new members were received into the order. The Knights of Lima, Ohio, have just held their most successful initiation, conferring the three degrees on a class of sixty. With the Institution of St. Stephen's Council at Lawrence, angood gain has been made in other Nebraska. The new council gives much promise. The old Telephone Company building property at Davenport, Iowa, has been purchased by the council of that city ifor $15,000. It will be remodeled and used as a HOLLENBAOH'S WINE HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. club house. INCOnPORATED A. Hollenbach, Prop. Karl A Fifty soldiers from Camp Shelby, Distillers Ot Importer and Dealer in accompanied by the Field Artillery band, were in the class of 100 inOLD FORTUNA SOUR HASH AND LIQUORS WINES itiated at Meridian, Miss. With the "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RTB 144 South Third Street Knights they took part in the Red Home Phone 1191 Louisville, Ky. 838 W. HsJs St. Cross parade. i FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, I CLOSING EXERCISES. exercises JAMES GREENE! 81 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In tee home U Wkgr brightest; Where tha work to lightest; Where the meal to cooked beet; Where the range stud the teat the where That's Where work U quicklj done; Where cooking seesa real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge is oat ot sight tks where That's "Quick Meal" comet Quick Ileal" comes la. Ranges Sold, Installed aad Highly Reoommeadsal Qalek Meal Gaa DEATH A SHOOK. GEHER & SON, Heme Phone Shawnee 800 w. uj&r st Gantb. Phone West 0203 Park and Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE. 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. M. ). BANNON, BRUBN'S' President ind George Hoertz, Sr., who built the Federal building and the Gait House, and who for jeats was a leading political figure in Louisville, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home, 4700 Southern Parkway, Tuesday morning. Mr. years old and Hoertz was seventy-si- x had been in rather feeble health since bo retired from active business a year ago. He was up and around Monday afternoon and the stroke came without warning. Mr. Hoertz was a member of tho General Council for five terms during the torms of Mayors Baxter and Jacob. He was in the ceneral contracting busi ness with his four brothers and the Gait House and the Federal building they were among tho structures erected. He was born In Louisville. His first wife was Miss .Josephine Metz, of Louisville. By her he had seven children, all of whom survive him. They are Andrew, George Jr., Henry, Charles and Misses Margaret, Bertha and Ida Hoertz. After her death thirty years ago he married Miss Addle Snyder, of Louisville, and by her had two children, Ray Hoertz, now a soldier in France, and Mrs. Mary Coomb3. Mrs. Hoertz survives him. Of his four brothers who were in business with him only Jacob Hoertz Is living. Adam, Fred and John Hoertz were The funeral the other brothers. was hold Thursday morning from St, Louis Bertrand's church. CATHOLIC FEDERATION. MiHzr. P. MMNOH, JR.. Vies Prtt. and Tun. The regular monthly meeting of j the Catholic Federation of Societies P. BANNON Sewer aaa Culvert Pipe, PIPE CO. - I Wall Copiah Draia Tile, Vitrifies BrlcK, Kir PraenaK. Flae L1bIbs. Fire BricK, Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimaey Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. "WORKS CUMB. MAIN S07, PHONES CITY Thirteenth and Breeklaridge and Ninth and Magnelia. B73-178- Bannsa's Fateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Cendaits, J and Parishes was held on Thursday evening, Juno 13, President E. J. presiding. The meeting Cooney was unusually well attended, and of routine after the transaction business interesting talks for the good of tho order were made by A dona(several of those present. tion of $25 was made the reform school for girls which the Government Is endeavoring to locate in Louisville as part of its war programme work. How" to secure a ftmtHftfmfmmMfHe4ftt6ffj f better representation at the meetparishes ings from the different throughout Louisville and Jefferson county was discussed at some leagth and steps to that end will The be taken in the near future. . annual closing of St. John's school will ii De held in St. Xavier's College auditorium next Wednesday at 8 p. m. The commencement exercises at St. John's have always been attended by large and highly appreciative audiences, and there is no reason why this year's should be an exception to the Tule. The children carefully preparing been o .000 have Champs 5 themselves for this glad oocaslon and they assure their parents, relaCOLONELS AT MILWAUKEE. tives and friends a real treat in carrying out an interesting and inThe Louisville ball club will play structive programme. at Milwaukee again today and tomorrow, going from there to MinNONE BETTER NONE PURER TRINITY COUNCIL. neapolis and then to St. Paul. The new fans will not get a peep at the Owing to Trinity Council's serv- X men until July 3, when the Colonels stay. ice flag not being completed in the come home for a two days' The dropping of Rellly was no sur- promised time for unfurling as preprise and only emphasizes the point viously announced, the unfurling msde in these columns when Will- will take place at the meeting MonCALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, An army chapalin iams and Corriden were traded for day evening. address of the evenBescher and Dolan, and Reilly taken will deliver in place of tho latter. It was said ing, although others will also be then that Reilly was a light hitter, delivered and a musical progra'm rendered. Refreshments will also averaging only 23TlaBt seasonr-an- d BOTH PHONES Cunib. Alain 1389 I. members Home City 1389 that Dolan should have been kept, be served and all Y. M. Triniky now as he would have filled itho bi'each are invited to attend. members serving the nicely when Roach left, and Is a has eighty-fiv- e good hitter and smart ball player. colors. On Monday, July 1, Trinity Then again it was commented on will elect two members for tho that a player of the Corriden type Executive Committee and a Marshal was needed, one that keeps up the to fill the vacancies caused by John fighting spirit In a teanu and Dolan L. Tlmmel, Paul E. Bowling and entering Uncle John McDonnell would have filled tho bill. In a few weeks Sam's service. Trinity expects to reduce the age PEWEE VALLEY. limit to sixteen years to Help fill INCORPORATED The stage Is all set for a mon- the gap caused by so many memster country picnic to be given on bers leaving to follow democracy's FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. the church grounds next Wednes- flag. day for the benefit of St. Aloyslus KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE FUNDS FOR BED CROSS. church at Pewee Valley. Rev. EdExecutive Comward Does and the Monday eevning at 8 o'clock the mittee, headed by prominent men of the parish, have boys and girls, twenty or more, who and women been canvassing the country for the graduate from St. Patrick's school their past two weeks and it Is expected this year will entertain friends and all who may be forthat a handsome sum will be de- tunate enough to come with a This picnic wllls afford a lightful day's outing 4n the country euchre and lotto on the school at Sixteenth and Market for city people, who will be served lawn Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager will an excellent open air dinner. There streets. Tho entertainment will not bo a dull imoment during follow the closing exercises of the Dk to the great demand we are pow BOTTLING COMMON the day or evening. Cars from the school that will be held on Sunday and if ysu have tried the rest set the BEST. Jefferson-strestation will stop at night. On Tuesday at 2:30 In tho jthe church grounds, and returning afternoon there will be another en- PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. tertainment of like kind, but of a there will be extra cars. more patriotic nature, on the same grounds. All that may be made at INDUSTRY. GREATEST IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE A year ago there were approxi- this euohre and lotto will be turned mately 45.000 men engaged In the over to tho Red Cross, the mite of shipbuilding plants ,of the country. tho children to help in the great N. Hurley, work done by this noble organizaToday, under (Edward Chairman of J.he United States tion for those who aTa ifighting tho SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Shipping Boara, we have a force of battle of human freedom. Tho litan tle doctors and Red Cross nurses 300,000 in the shipyards, with in additional 2BO.000 working at the of St. Patrick's school will, bo aswill allied trades, and all doing their charge on Tuesday. They to play, INCORPORATED bit for one ofi the foremost causes sess you only firteen cents you LOUISVILLE, KY, the puodern world ever prayed , but will tafce all Cross. may give PHONE CITY 859. Red thean for the for. The fifty-eighth DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT F.F.X.L.BEER!! "Delivery Service?" j I Prompt Sure.;; t te AT R EWINQ CO. leal-ize- d. Falls City Beer et . I , OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER , JOHN F. OERTEL CO. ( tht f