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Ptwiws Kentucky Irish 26. iClusky, Charles Sauter, Geneva 'Samuels, Annette Cooper, J. J. Barrett, John DuffyfGeorgo Joseph William Brown, Baldez, L. A. iBlandford, Joseph Kessick, C. Wine, B. Pemberton, J. B. Simms, C. II.. Schuli, Libble Keenan, Clarence "Vetter, John Maggie Gatto, Broderick Misses Fitz-patrlck, AMERICAN ICE CREAM S. Eighth St. Wholesale and Retail 130 Home Phone City 7075. HARMON'S r VOLUME XL.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DEMOCRATS Amused At Suggestion of Local SINN FEIN Plot a British Invention That May Sidetrack Homo .. ltepublicans to Divide Offices. Mary Wallace, Marie Merrimee, McElliott, Kinney, Nellie Rose Conroy, Lee McClusky, Mayme Shu-maElizabeth Sauter, Mayjne Hol- Dorothy loran, Margaret Brown, n, little. VSM3$jy. Lack of Pubiclty Now An Issue Between Mayor and Subordinates. Board of Safety Not So Keen in Giving tlio Public News. uucti;, tuuiuivh avciiaui uuitu I'emberton, Maud O'Brien, Louise teapPi Margaret Maloney, Loretta Flannlgan. Ladies of St. Thomas' Sewing Society Mesdames Hoerter, J. Gatto, J. P. Hannon, H. O. Brecht, W. Meehan; Misses Mary McGinn, Myra Lula Imorde, Mollie, Cody, McAtee, Gertrude McGinn, Edith Dowllng, Agnes r""V; ' z . xj 1 it?", o'f'.'fe Premier George Can Produce No Evidence to Back Ills Charge. Itccruiting Council Benorts That Many Irishmen Will Now Enlist. CARSON I'Irtle, Eileen Big Wheel McDonough, Mario PRESS BUREAU OVERWORKED The eleventh hour entrance of W. P. Kimball, of i parallelled by the situation Republican leaders, The here. realizing that the people were united behind the Democratic party, and thinking that half a loaf was better than none, proposed that the people be given no voice and the offices of Congressman and Judge of the Court of Appeals be divided. Then again the G. O. P. were influenced by the growing Impression that the voters are laying awake to get a whack at the Bolshevlkl administration now in power at streets, and Sixth and Jefferson they feared to test public opinion. to say that Democrats are proud Congressman Sherley and Judge Gordon repudiated the unfair and Judge ,aujpcratic .suggestion, and Gordon cleaned the bases when he said "The people will choose a,Court of Appeals and I will toe con tent with their choice." FtjtStUBg toy the exposures of mis .EaaaigemoHt at the City Hospital, flw Jhivcisteadeht. bow falls.- .the! but Is -- Lexington, into the race for the Democratic nomination tor United States Senator puzzled a great many people, as none could figure why he wanted to enter against AMERICANS IN THE THICK OF THE FIGHT. Senator Ollle James, who the great Photo shows to majority of Democrats believed share along side ofAmorican Infantrymen on way stop the front to do their the French and British to tho Huns' drive for given the nomination Paris. Bhouldd be without opposition. It has developed since that Air. Kimball's entrance was only as a safeguard In Lieut. Huhlein and Dr. Bohannon the event that Senator James' ill- because they wero faithful Republiness should prove fatal the party cans. Capt. Huhlein's father, would not be deprived of a standard-- Charles F. Huhleln, is a leader in bearer lor that important post. local Republican ranks and on last This is a peculiar twist in politics, election day was stationed in the ORPHANS' DAY IblTclTmTE; Tx " their and Standard avenue when down hospital the institution that every the street came thundering one of taxpayer is proud of and the build- the Keystone mounted men, giving ing which was erected by a vote an Imitation of thd midnight ride 6f the people through the .bond' of Paul Revere. Just as in the Issue. Dr. H. iE. Tuley, following ride of the latter, people came to the policy of tho present adminis- their doors, and when he pulled up tration, has refused to let the tax- his foaming steed many thronged payers and citizens know what is about him to hear the result of his Johnson? going on in "Whore's their institution. excitement. Naturally the public asks, "What Where's Johnson?" toe asked, reIs the Mayor and Board of Safety ferring to another policeman. Then going to do about it?" Here is he told the cause of his mission, what Mayor Smith said on Monday, 6aylng that away out the street a January 28, in an official state- big bulldog was madly tearing a little poodle to pieces and had the ment: and 'he "I feel like tho President of n neighborhood terrorized; big corporation, nnd nil tho resi- had ridden in like mad to borrow dents of Louisville nro big stock- Johnson's pistol to shoot the dog. holders. As such they hnvo a per- Some one asked where his pistol fect right to know vlint is going on. was and he answered that he didn't In Some policeman. havo any. As long ns the present administration remains In olTlco nothing is to the same district the police machine has been out of commission bo suppressed." Dr. Tuley says nothing will be and a Sergeant's Ford with a card given out and Mayor Smith says saying "License applied for" has nothing will be suppressed. Now been carrying 'the prisoners, it's watch Smith sidestep it in a long, bad enouEh to be arrested, but It is doubly hard to toe taken to Jail i.n rambling statement. On the same day Col. Petty, the an unlicensed "fllver." A subChief of the Keystone comedy po- scriber made tho suggestion that lice, came to the bat with the If Col. Petty wouldn't lead tho pro posed police parade, way not get following: "Reporters will bo allowed to see Charlie Chaplin or "Fatty" every report filed In hcadqunrters, for the gala event? nothing will !e suppressed. RobSenator Sam L. Robertson is let beries liavo fnllen off, and unlike ting no grass grow under his feet tho former administration, reports in his campaign for City Treasurer, will bo given out of nil robberies." and the big host of. friends and Now we'll see haw Col. Petty followers of last year are working has lived up to that platform tooth and toe nail for him this year. pledge. Edward Wledeman, a Frank Hartman, the well known traveling man, was robbed at the contracting painter, has announced door of tho City Hall s this week, for the vacancy in the Board of nnd the story 'hid from Teportors, Alderman. although published in the Police prize .the But 'for Bulletin. camouflage and attempt to cover up from the Board of Safety down the takes West Broadway occurrence the prize. In the latter part of (May a house at 1511 West Broadway was raided and two men and two women No report seized by local police. of this was given out and It became gossip enough for the June grand Jury to Bummon the witnesses. Tho members of tho grand Jury were told that Lieut. Fred E. Huhleln and Dr. Bohannon were the two men involved and that they had been released, it was alleged, for the payment of $50 to Sergeant W. F. Gelsler and two patrolmen. a W. C. Emrlch, testified that he was summoned at 1:30 a. m. to bring the. ?50. Servant Gelsler at (the time of the grand Jury investigation was under suspension for running over a little girl in an automobile and running away from the scene. The failure to Indict right away seemed to hinge on who saw the actual passage of tho money, but the point of the whole thing la the camouflage statement of Lewis Y. Johnson, tho Chairman of the Board of Safety, who wrapped the American Bag about him, so to speak, and mentions about tho "arrest and disgrace of a young man who is serving his country in this great Peculiarly Mr. Johnson crlete." didn't take this attitude when by private soldiers were dragged sev- BRITISH ENVOY TO FRANCE, tfee poliee Into court the last The appointment of the Earl of eral jaoaths. again, Mr. Johnson, as .a Derby, former British Minister' of Tim. Ambassador on a special nurtur of the present admlnletra-tm- ,i War, as to France. way have wasted to shield mission to hear; what" is going on in Ar-buc- faeyirie HntJfctt- sejrovrcammeTic'eiaenr a'Eighteeattf - crowd Nineteenth precinct of the Ninth ward, and became so insistent, in Annual Picnic of Catholic Orthe progress of negro voters tliat phans on tho Fourth of he became Involved In a Warm argument with a police Sergeant and July. was called down pretty strong toy the officer In the presence of the writer. In the same card Mr. Johnson went out of his way to Full Koster of Committee Anevidently attack gamblers, but nounced For the Coming wasn't referring to the gamblers Republicans who were colored Celebration. gambling next door to tho Sixth twenty-tw- o district station, or the negro gamblers who said they were protected by "Mr. Chcsley," who ever he is. While the City Hall Good Naturcd ltivalry Among press bureau furnishes a "mess" tho Different Church of of figures about the arrests Parishes. liquor violators and 'handbook men tnere is no report oijf convictions.The Keystone police" in the Sev; sea enths district staged a little force this week in one reel, entitled: Art ANNUAL REUNION LfORiAtO :Mo"rIaHVr:EdB O 'Le ary.-sefmi "Button, button, who's got--' mypistol?" Sunday evening ' i r yj - Chairman; L. J. Herndon, J. M, Scharfenberger, G. AV. Berry, John WiT B. Campbell, J. Dentllnger, Frank McDonough, jGeorge Wright, J. T. Scheiss, Anton Gerst, E. fichoeffel, Frank McAtee, Tom John J. Coleman, Frank B. Bloemer, William G. Probst, Jr., C. P. Gerardl, & J. Scharfenberger, Al Qarraro, l John C. Jarboe, John J. O'Reilly; JMesdames B. J. Campbell, Misses L. J. iHerndon; Gladys Held, Elizabeth Herndon, ATTACK OFF Gladys Cuilen, Katherine Campbell, Mary E. Campbell, Mary Herndon, Map showing coast line of the Bartlett, Lehan, Litchfield.sank thirteen American vessels with Ticket Committee Charles L. V. The Unboats are of cruiser type and Frank, Chairman, 2509 West Walnut street; John fstratman, 838 South First; Frankj Nlehouse, NinePreas-mye- r, teenth and Broadway;5, Ed L. 1109 East Broadway; A. U. Madison; West Stuber, 2513 Stephen J. Schaedjer, llff West Breckinridge; C. T. Faulkner, US 920 East Oak; Mike McDermott, 2533 Military School at Camp Taylor West Oak; Louis- - Keifer, West Jefferson; Charles J. O'Con.Represents Eighteen Denor, .2121 West Cnestnut; Charles nominations. W. Frank, 2509 J West Walnut; George B. Shumafe, 2342 West Twenty-sixt- h Nick Weber, Walnut; and St. 'Cecilla.. Candy Wheel, St.jPatrick's church Physical As Well As Spiritual Joseph J. Hubnucfi, Chairman; Fitness Required By Thomas Stevens, ,'Joseph E. Lena-baArmy. James Graven,- - Gilbert Stark, P, Emmet Desmond William O'Hare, Thomas sCallahan, D. J. Dougherty, Tim if ,'Leary, James IcElliott, John Chaplains Selected According to McElliott, John Ray Hallahan, Gobel Desmond, Proportion of Our rassman, James Graven, Henry Stevens; Mesdame Charles Boyle, Itccriiits. ary;Jerry-- ; Hallahan, Black, Josehh Lanahan. Whitehead. D. 'jXDou'kliertS' mas Fitzgerald. 'McCurdy, Walter 'Jb'hn5toli'&rat; ALL RANK Fll-bur- n, McCormac.-- ' B. J Campbell. Jr., IS THE MAN BEHIND - UNITED STATES COAST. United States where the a loss of at least twenty-fou- r lives. carry fonr large size deck guns. CHAPLAINS bill. Even with that Increase In the number of Its chaplains the United States will have a smaller number than Great Britain, which allows one chaplain for every 800 men, and does not consider this enough In petitioned for an Increase In the number of chaplains, suggesting a bill for restoring the proportion. It was only on May 27 that the President affixed his signature to this n, - -. - was;fourine...J'out ' frbmj?a ?a,-.bl- si S3'.f rousing meeting - K. Cutters of Meat Henry Wolf, Chairman; Al Brands (welner stand), William Stammerman. Making of Coffee and Tea John M. Mulloy, Chairman; Austin Mul-loMiss C. Luther, J. Wright, John (making and serving Salads Chalrlady; Davlos, same) Mrs. Mesdames Steerstetter, Shafer, Zook, Neehan, George Akers, J. V. Mernane, Louis Meyers; Misses Katie Lincoln, Nelllo Lincoln, Nora Barrett, Maggie Burke, Mary Desse, Mary McSweeney, Maggie Murphy, Mrs. ton. ur-01 tne phans Picnic Committee was held Monday evening at the Knights of Columbus hall, and Judging from the reports received this annual affair of our little orphans will at tain a high mark of success, and this, too, despite the war times. Rev. Father Raffo, pastor of St. Charles Borromeo church, addressed the meeting and aroused among the workers. enthusiasm With the elimination of a noisy Fourth this year no better way could the day be celebrated than for young and old to attend, meeting old friends and acquaintances and at the same time helping a worthy cause. The complete committees In charge are as follows: Dairy Lunch Stand Committee V. Wellington, Chairman. Cashiers John Schnell, George Frank, Aug. C. Wolf, Tom Welling- A , Mm ffJW l.'-"fl r!w flBfiESSfW' y, J. M. Mulloy. Cutting Room and Builder of Sandwiches airs. Hlgglns, Chair-ladMesdames Hoerter, Katie Klapheke, A. Cooper, Henry Wolf, Molllo Donnelly, Jerry Hanlon, Dave Scanlon, James Henry, (Morgan; Misses Donnelly, Irene Sheehan. Pastry, Cakes and Pies Mrs. John Gorman, Chalrlady; Mesdames M. Coughlln, Lula Grady, Mary B. Shuck, Thomas McDonough; Misses vinnle Sheeky, Dish Kittle McSweeritey. y; Hernton. Washing Mrs. McCarthy, Chalrlady; Mesdames Harry Veene-maElizabeth Halo, Guy Crcagh, Dorothy Cooper, A. M. Bott, Charles Ashby. Alice Sheeky, Alice Miller, Farrlng-to- n, Agnes Wellington, Zoeller, n, Margaret Silver, saloon-keepe- r, General Help, carriers of sandwiches, etc. Robert H. Knoop, Chairman; Stove Wlckham, S. S. Greenwell, George Shumate, A. C. Habich, William Hablch, Andrew Kippls, Edwin Tompkins. Waitresses (Mrs. George Hoertz, Chalrlady; Mesdames C. J. Selnnerman; Elizabeth Lillian Misses Katie Devlne, Mamie Johnson, Susie, Ryan, Mary Ryan, Dorothy Shelly, Mary Agnes Shelly, Cecilia Martin, Mandlher, Alberta Wrocklage, MaStucken-berge- r, mie Speckert, Margaret Mablo Hale, Ray McGuire, Abbie Wigginton, Margaret Smith, Lillian Schneider, Grace Gardener, Ola Ballard, Georgle Logston, Mary Knopp, Hadgle Benedict Pell, Thomas, Katie Sotonelder, Catherine Cassllly, Grey, Ruth Beatrice Casslly, Florence Alsmlller. Phil General Help Mesdames Waggoner. Mary Cummlngs, J. V. Kennedy; Miss Alice McBrlde; Tom Lena, Joe (Mayer. Wald-schmlDo-vln- e, Ready-to-we- ar Mrs. Thomas Keenan of St. Vincent, Mrs. John Donnelly of St. Thomas; Mesdames N. J. Mc- - 'Booth Chalrla-dle- s, Joseph .Lily ,iTthen,Amerio.;uu. army, chaplain uose must know his Manual of Tactics as Downey, Nell Callahan, ' Mary Murphy, Agnes Sweeney, well as his Bible. He must be able McBlack, Nora Callahan, Lizzie O'Bryan, Nora to sit a horse and to undergo the Laughlin, Nell O'Bryan, Nora O'Hare, Agnes Carr, exposure and strain of trench life. Catherine Maloney, Mary Hanrahan, He must be a soldier as well as an Martha Hanrahan, Catherine Han- evangel and a spiritual counselor; Jane and so there has been established rahan, Margaret Phalen, Baldwin, Margaret Fllben, Jane at Camp Zachary Taylor the only Fllben, Mary McNally, Nell Mullen, educational Institution of Its kind Henrietta Wolff, Mary Sheridan, in the world, so far as can be O'Con-nel- l, learned a school of chaplains. Its Vina O'Connell, Margaret Anna May Mahr. Mary Con pupils represent eighteen denominanor, Mamio Goermg, Kieanor uarr, tions and they are a hefty lot. In addition to the Presbyterians, Anna Carr, Rosella Keenan, Minnie the Catholics, the Crosby, Catherine McCormick, Dor- the Baptists, Methodists and representatives of othy Cassllly, Beatrice Cassllly. known Frank other better Protestant Committee Button Mesdames creeds, there are a few Latter Day Chairman; Schmltt, I. A. Saints and members of the ChrisNeedham, George Habich, (Campelllte) church, and Ruth Stickler, tian Hoerter; Misses Florence Frank, Margaret Evans, there are three negroes, an EpiscoBorgman, palian, a Methodist and a CongregaMarcella Frank. Louise Addle Blumers, Inez Sohmltt, Eve- tional preacher. Donnelly, Mayme Graduates of this school, and all lyn Schmltt, Donnelly, Ruth Donnelly, the chaplains of the army are now Alma to bo under one general head A. Farley, Duddy, Alberta WrockNohalty, Bishop Charles Henry Brent, of Nora lage, Nell Sohan, Gussie Blandford, Ida Bossmeyer, the Protestant Episcopal church of Agnes McDonough, Mary Wetterer, tho diocese of Western New York, Irene Sheehan, Catherine Hanra- formerly Bishop of the Philippines, han, Myra McAtee, T. Carr, A. having just been appointed to that Carr, Mary McNally, G. Baldwin, office. The appointment of Bishop Geneva Dowllng, A. Pitt, Florence Brent to this position is the latest Pitt, E. Bonon, C. Bohon, B. development In the work of organVeeneman, Mary C. Millett, Mae izing the chaplains of the army. Ruth Stickler, Nellie The Bishop has been for some h'alaher, Palter, Reglnla Hafner; Mesdames months in Franco actively InterestJ. B. Arbegust, George H. Natoer, ed In the work of tho chaplains of the Y. M. O. A. He has long been Jr. S. M. Raffo, a close personal friend of Gen. Raffle Committee Charles J, O'Connor, Pershing. He will work from the Chairman: He Alfred J. Brand, Ed J. Tlerney, Dr. general military headquarters. has under him two assistants, one B. J. O Connor. Ice Cream James Duddy, Chair- Protestant and one Catholic, the Roger Nohalty, Rev. Paul Dwight Moody, chaplain man; Mesdames W. P. Bowman, James HInes, Mor- of the 103d Infantry, who is a son ris Quill, Curley, C. J. Murphy, W. of tho late Dwight L. Moody, and B. Glenn, James Duddy, John Nash, the Rev. Father Francis chaplain of the Third Cavn. Wollenborc. A. Grimes. John Tho head of the school at Bel by; Misses Anna Conley, Jennie alry. Heffernan, Camp Zachary Tayior Is Major A. Margaret Hourlgan, Margaret Walsh, Margaret Hesslon, A. Pruden, chaplain of the Coast Margaret Coleman, Clarlsa Wollen-bor- Artillery Corps, formerly at Fort Nora Nohalty, Clara Gruber, Monroe, and who jias seen service Bernlco Lake, Helen Gillooly, Mary at Hawaii. There havo been 3,000 volunteers Hesslon, Mary Duddy. for the service of chaplain since, the" the United States went into UNION PRINTER. PRIEST, war, and now tho men are selected g John J. Laffey, a member of by what is called the Union process. They come In through Providence Typographical No. 33. hna been ordained a priest, recommendations by their denominand sang bis first mass in Blessed ations, and a man who is apparSacrament churclj, Froviaence, it. ently fitted for the army work but Father Laffey is may feel that his home duties are I., last month. the only priest in New England car- too Important to leave has arrangerying a Typographical Union card. ments made to relieve him. The years men must toe under forty-fiv- e POSTPONE KLEOTION. of age, and they range from recent The regular meeting of St. graduates of theological seminaries Club, which to men of wide and varied experiHelena's They will was to have been held Monday, ence In the ministry. July 8, has been postponed until see hard service, and the physical Monday evening, July 2i, in order examination which they are obliged that tho election of officers may to pass Is as strict as that of the take place after the faculty of tho men. It Is 'because America has been from their college have returned The following so little of a military nation that annual retreat. ticket was nominated at the May so much military training is required. With the reorganization of meeting: President Miss Sadie C. Doyle, the army, regiments toeing enlarged from approximately 1,200 men to Miss Rona Weisenberger. Mary C. a regiment to 3,600 men, more Vice President-JMi- ss t. chaplains are needed for a Beirne, Miss Bertha Baumgarten. Miss One chaplain was provided Corresponding Secretary Anna Lee Rollhan, Miss Augusta E. tor tho smaller regiment and he could not well serve the nearly Hollenkamp. Recording Secretary Miss Delia tripled number of men. The Fed-ornonnnll nf fihiirrhfin of Amer- Swagor, Miss Lulle Tiernoy. Treasurer Miss Clara Probst, lea, .which represents all denomina tions, took action in tms matter, Mies Bertha Rapp. !ll?J-rxHSQrassir.an, . oDonald, Tim Kolleen, Th'onras d. George Gor- - AS THE LIEUTENANTS rNolan, Never before has such emphasis been laid upon the morale of an army as a factor in achieving victory, and never before has the spiritual welfare of the soldiers received so much attention. These things have all been important in bringing about a school for chaplains which, taking men of breadth and character In the first place, will develop them to fill the requirements made upon them. As with the "rookies." the chan- laln In his training camp turns out of bed when the bugle blows reveille at 6:15 o'clock. Ho takes a half hour's setting-u- p drill and lines up with cup and piate at 6:45" for tho regular army mess. Class work, after mess, includes instruction in military law, military customs, "internallonaT 'law, French, military hygiene, first aid and general lectures on recreational and amusement work. In the afternoon there Is military drill and instruction in horsemanship. The third term of the school Is now In session. The school was opened the first of March with seventy-nv- e cavalry regiments. The announcement of the abandonment toy the Lloyd George ad ministration of homo rule has taken nobody in Ireland by surprise. The Irish public had long ago concluded that the whole policy of the Government was directed to seeking or making an opportunity to evade Its .nlnilirn Tho result must Inevitably bo for tho muiiieiii io strengtnen tho Sinn Fein movement, tho leaders of which are nlaced In a nnaitinn o boast that all their prophecies with regard to the insincerity of the Government toave been fulfilled. Wlmborne's declaration of Ills disbelief In the existpn nf nn new plot, and his statement that he and all the members of his administration wero In 1ennr.-inr.rr any fresh evidence, is rpir.irfinri a.. proving that tho plot story4 was. merely designed to provide tho Government with an excuso for breaking its pledges to tho Irish convention and to Ireland. His challenge to Lord Curzon to put the accused on their trial Is quoted already as vindication of tho prisoners and proof of the injustice of cheir detention without trial. The feeling produced In Ireland by the methods of the new administration Is reflected in tho Sinn Fein victory In the Parliamentary election in East Cavan. Whun fh contest opened there was everv likelihood of the Nationalist can didate repeating the successes of an nis party candidates who hadi so- tar contested seats In Ulster mow tne impregnable Ulster toj n - Tier IS down ond session and tho third, which opened on June 3, had each ninety men. Men are taken in numerically according to the size of their respective denominations In this coun-- . try. Regular army recruits now are asked what religious denomination they belong to and the War Department has a survey of the religious denominations of the country, though this has been said to be students, and tne sec- days. Chaplains rank as Lieutenants and wear the regular uniform, the only difference being that where the Lieutenant In the ranks wears his Insignia on his collar the chaplain wears a simple crosg. Major Is the highest rank that can be taken, and there can be only a limited number of that rank among the chaplains. It takes several years before a Chaplain Lieutenant can rise above that rank. Some dissatisfaction has been expressed at this ranking of the men. It is the chaplain who Is the last to see the men when they "go over the top," and the first when they return. It Is not the position of a slacker. Two chaplains who recently have gone to tho front have been retired wounded In ten - given out. tentative and It has not been uovernments miideiity to Its engagements with the Constitutional Nationalists slnco tho first nntin. tlons after the Easter rising, proof that tho real aim of the present Government is to accomplish tho final defeat of home rule toy wiping out the constitutional movement and dividing Ireland into two parties of extremists, Orangemen and Sinn Feiners, between whom the British electorate after the war will bo compelled to choose, .as no one can expect that British electors would agree to a policy of separation; and as tho moderates will have been defeated, they say, there will toe no choice left to new democratic England unless to continue the old system of oppression and repression of Ireland. The tragedy of the position for Ireland is that evervthlntr T.inv.i George's Government has done has consistently tended to play the Sinn Fein game, and tho Sinn Feiners owe their powerful position today more to Premier T,invi Georgo than to any other living' man. London for tho 'imnorlnl rnnfur. ence are staggered by these untoward happenings and toy the control exercised -- "by elements like Lord Curzon, Lord MUner nnd Bonar Law. But the man behind It all Is Sir Edward Carson. He and not Bonar Law Is tho real leader of Toryism, and he has Influenced the War Cabinet far more effectively since ho resigned from it than when hn was a member. " Viscount French, the Lord Lieu- Old ConstltllHfinnlfata can In f.o consistency of what they term the the Sinn Fein. tne policy of the adLl stration y rn.-i-"j, nr.is wtHm:.i i CMB mnnnnui "n come jntoexistence uuvw to'defeat Dy r r?- DrOKen down, nrwl hrnll The colonial Premiers now In Do-hert- y, tenant, g, hand-pickin- . ve not stand alone in my unfailing belief In my countrymen's sympathy for tho cause (for whlnh thn allied nations aro fighting. The tasK you navo will undertaken brine lov to tho hpnrfs nf mnnv old comrades In the field, who In the early period of the war were sustained In tho days of trial that maue our nation famous by the nmillfSA nf holn of the old land. wishes for tho progress of the camnalcrn in ha under taken toy tho recruiting council of lour prominent insnmen, A. M. Sullivan, sir Maurice Dockrell, Capt. Stephen Gwynn and Henry McLaughlin. In a message to the council he says: The readiness and good-wi- ll with which you havo responded to my invitation to act as thn irpnrnft- Ing council assure mo that I do has extended his best trm 41i mnnlinnfl "Hardships and trials hnvn pnmn again, and our Irish regiments aro looKing to tno Doyff at Homo to maintain tho creat traditions nt our fighting race. Ab an Irish 6oldIer I desire to express my ap preciation or tno service you havo. undertaken for our native country, and I heartly wish you all success." DECORATED BY KING GEORGE. Mme. Nellie Melba, the famous singer, who has received word that a title has been bestowed upon her by King George in recognition of her' work for the Red Cross. Tegl-men- TnBY SEAT MAN1'. The seatlnir canaeltv nf thn Path. olio churches In thn Tlnltrwi Is estimated at 4,494,377. And- - In nl cu3 nu cnurcnes mere are two or more masses every Sunday. :i .r aajszn?TJOJscsr KtNTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. iimsji f n SONS AAdo&RioAK- - July 4 Annual picnic for phans of St. Vincent's and PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Thomas Orphanages. . Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement of Irish Americans and Catholics by July 9 Moonlight musicalo The present we k at the camp Order of Hibernians. Young Men's M. Y. I., on has been one of ess activity than Council, Trinity Officially Indorsed by Ancient Steanler Pilgrim. Instituto and Catholic Knights of America. the week previous! as about all of 1 Annual lawn fete or the men have (been transferred to Publishers St. July AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorponttd. KENTUCKY IRISH We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. Anns cnurcn on lawn, aevenin , t her canins. and evervthlnir Is be avenue, ing put in order for the new draft, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c ind Davles July 16 Third annual picnic and which brought many soldiers into Matter. Cnttred at the LouUvltle Postolflce ai sitting of St. Paul's church, at camp, beginning June 24. The AMERICAN, Watt Green St Rivoll Garden, South Preston street, Knights of Columbus are having a address ell Communications to tha KENTUCKY IRISH new building erected for tho use of formerly Woodland Park. August 8 Annual outing for the colored troops on Indiana avemembers of Knights of Columbus nue, just beyond Sherman, and expect to open activities about July (ffTOADES jjpjff) COUNCIL and families at Fern Grove. August 6 Annual picnic for 4 at this place. There aro about fi.OOO at Camp Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews. Zacharycolored soldiers Taylor at present and picnic of St. many more will como In during the August 28 SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1918 Leo's church. Annual Highland Park, at week. The new 'building will have LOUISVILLE, KY. Highland all of tho advantages of the other Thornsberry's Grove, one mind," hence it is plainly both Park. three at the camp, with a colored OUK AXX1VKKSAHY. Secietary In charge. Tho colored to and C83CaaCKaQCa0BX8XKXKK8gaC83 men are very apt entertainers, as Next Thursday, July 4, will be divide the people 'by preaching the they have been, at a great many of Thank fJnil. tlio the twentieth anniversary Of the l.inptrlnn of hnri the recreation centers already, and We Catholics of the United States do American. Kentucky Irish when thoy get a building for their own use the other buildings will were dofng our bit to help win not lend themselves to the propagaMMBSMMSC8SSS3S have to look out for their laurels. n war then and tion of animosities; If anything the The colored Jazz band at the we are doing the same now for the they are too trustful both of public Dennis B. Collins, wiio suffered camp is always In demand and present war. To the friends and officials and of their separated a broken leg recently, is now able they never have an open night. T. H. O'Donnoll, of New Albany, patrons who have helped us during brethren generally. This explains to be out. and his company of ten entertainthat score of years wo again re- the Inaction of Catholics with refEdward J. O'Brien,' the tobacco ers made a great hit at building No. To our enemies, erence to propaganda, man, was in Washington this week 2 of tho Knights or Columbus on turn our thanks. composed principally of Junior Or- and it probably explains why those on business. last Tuesday evening, where "they provided a show of almost two NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT der A. P. A.'s and hypocritical re- who, for nefarious reasons, would will en- hours, and The formers, we serve notice to con- check the growth of the Catholic tertain Bcaumonde Club Sennlng's get enough the soldiers could not with a dance at of them. Mr. O'Donnell tinue the warfare that has driven Church can carry their propaganda Park next Friday evening. Is one of tho foest cards that have many of them to cover and as far as they do. been to Camp Taylor this year, John J. Henahan reports the and he and his excellent company or a little Red Cross nurse will play the two other ouildings of arrival 'TAKING ADVANTAGE. at his home, 2330 Griffiths avenue. the Knights during .ne coming THREE MOKE YEARS. month. Besides Mr. O'Donnell there There are several large manut, were Mrs. W. G. O'Rourke, of in his company Miss Mitchell days America will facturing plants In this section In a few is visiting In Bowling Green and Miss Hook, who aro vocalists to benefit In the as the guest of Mrs. Kate gun programme for endeavoring launch a big of fine quality. Miss Ella Sanders gave a very delightful planologue, three more years of war. Ameri- roundup of the unemployed; that and lit(le .Miss Walsh danced and can soldiers to the number of is have them pretty nearly forced Carlyle Schmltt returned sang to tho great delight of her J. on into employment In these places. Thursday are now stationed D00.0U0 after a week's business soldier audience. Miss Van Pelt European soil. The number has Unable to secure workmen because trip to Bardstown, New Haven and sang three numbers and Mr. Shall-cropoints. gave several character numexceedel all expectations. The sub- of their reputation for low wages, ot bers, whioh were much applauded. marine scare had but little effect child labor and long hours, they William Lovett, the well known Besides this on this side of the Atlantic. Trans- are now trying to reap the benefit amateur ball player, now a mem on Tuesday excellent entertainment evening the regular TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS ports left as usual last week and of a war measure. ber of the navy, was here on fur vaudeville show of Thursday night lough this past week. was composed of some very carried with them 100,000 boys. fine OUK COLUMNS OPEN. numbers. Bandmaster Montgomery The big gun campaign means Mrs. M. J. Connors entertained gave a concert on the outdoor stage much. It means that we are at Some of the friends of Mr Saturday evening with a farewell of the No. 3 building 7:30 to feeling our power In Prance to Ogden, the Republican machlrfc party In honor of her brother, Carl 8 o'clock, after which from Blanche last Miss be worth testing In broader fields. candidate for Congress, say we Keeiy, wno nas joineu tne colors. Mitchell gave her American ballet with Misses Nellie May Griffin, It has been the general Impression misunderstood his remarks on the 'McGiath Col. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Franz, that we would not seek the initia- subject "Why I Am a Junior." The and family left Sunday afternoon Jennie Waller and Mildred Grab doNorma Evelyn tive until we could show a strength address was delivered before the for Atlantic City, where they will ing the ballet work. These dancers NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES FOR GIRLS' WEAR. of 1,000,000 men, and when we Junior Order, and If Mr. Ogden or spent the summer at their summer In their wonderful costumes with Miss Georgia Poutch wero applaudcould count this number In the his friends wish to deny his con- home. ed many times. Little Miss Martha field then wo would permit the nection with this or Miss Catherine Morlarty will re- Spanlnger was tho next star, sink Germans to know of our presence der our columns are open. Colorado ing and dancing "Long Boy" from turn next week Springs, Col., where she attended fine effect. Seargent Flynn. of with HIBERNIAN The big In a very decided way. the DIRECTORY the convention of Instructors of the Depot Brigade, gave a female Im guns will foe used for smashing the FOLLOW LEAD. blind. personation of "A Milk Maid" and German defense on the east bank also sang two songs. Miss Grace County The New York Board, DIVISION 3. of the Rhine. They call for three Thomas Newman, of New Al- Blxler was obliged to respond to Ancient Order of Hibernians, have bany, has 'been oppointed a camp three encores in her violin field armies of 1,375,000 men each, "act." First and third Fridays, Hibernian followed the example sot by Louis- Secretary In the foreign camps of Miss Nancy Sabrie Is by far the best 0 Home, Portland. or more than 4,000,000 in all. ville's Hibernians "and 1iave adopted the Knights of Columbus and has too dancer seen at the camp and President John M. Riley. This Is the real meaning of the sailed for France. win oance again on the K. C. cirVice President Walter Murphy. bill resolutions condemning Irishmen of 3,000,000,000 fortification cuit this week. Misses Georglo and Secretary John Financial J. O'Leary type. The resolutions Misses Florence M. Bell and Ida Evelyn Poutch brought the iaj. was reported to Congress the proBroderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. purpose class this type as "a small, noisy M. Barnes will leave tomorrow for gramme to a close in their great turday. It reveals the Recording Secretary John A Bay View, Mich., where they will rGen. Pershing and the allied coterie of professional Irishmen spend their vacation. They will dancing duet, "Tho Bell Boy and Martin. ThpwMlsses P.outclucan Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. the.MaJd.." to who .ha,vs.fatt'gnel oguJlyj wrongs remain until" August!: arry thewarfare.-clea- r o . Sergeant-at-Arm- s play 'the same building every night Martin in the- week, and still foe a wonderthe German border' and assault' the of Ireland." Mrs. M. J. Tierney and daughter, ful attraction. This show In Its enSentinel Thomas Noono. cltidels along the Rhine with ten, or Miss Lulle C. Tierney, of 1110 tirety played hoth outdoor stages When one of our soldier guns 'and twelve and fourteen-Inc- h West Broadway, are spending a of the Knights of Columbus buildslxteen-lnc- h DIVISION 4. mortars. There seems sailor iboys makes the supreme two weeks' vacation In the North. ings Thursday night, and this week they will visit tho Thursday evening entertainment Meets second and fourth Mondays to be a scarcity of big guns in sacrifice we say die died doing his Before returning Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. France. Many thousands have been duty. When one g of us over here Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo and will be carried on at three buildinterest-bearinGovernother points. ings. President John J. Barry. rendered useless because of being buys an Besides vaudeville the soldiers Vice President Mark J. Ryan. overtaxed and the output Is not ment security we want to be called Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh and daughRecording Secretary Lawrence a patriot. Let's buy "War Savings ter, Miss Jane Kavanagh, left last were treated to "Charlie Chaplin" equal to the demand. It is for the and Stamps to help our country and week to visit Mrs. Kavinagh's on Sunday night, Slacker'sthe great D. Meany. war picture, "A United States to enter this parFinancial Secretary Thomas J father, George W. Owens, in Cin- was shown on Monday and Heart." Langan, 734 West Oak street. Friday ticular field at the present time. It not to be glorified. cinnati before going to Cleveland evenings. Treasurer John F. Burke. is our policy to fill all immediate Sergeant-at-Arm- s giving anything to visit Mrs. Kavanagh's aunt, Mrs. The spiritual services on Sunday You are not Bernard demands, In whatever branch of the away wnen you uuy war slumps. D. C. Redfleld. morning wero largo as usual, and It is most needed, and to You are a number of clergymen visited the M. J. McDermott service Sentinel merely accumulating P. J. Liston, of 1G38 Dumesnil camp during the week, among ask no questions. bank roll. Street, arrived home Monday from whom wore Rev.' Father Markham, IN THE BEAUTIFUL BEECH GROVE AT The programme for carrying the i Camp Shelby, Miss., where he vis- - of Cincinnati, who Today the Holy Father's prayeit Ited his son, James J. Liston, who at the base hospital, has a brother war into the enemies' country was and the Presiformulated by Gen. Pershing and for peace will bo offered up in one expects to leavo soon with the dent of Notre Dame University, American Expeditionary Forco for Father Cavanaugh. who was here was approved by the War Council great world-wid- e chorus. duty over seas. at the commencement of St. HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE in Paris and by the General Staff Xavler's College. Father CavanHow about interning Roosevelt Mr. and Mrs. William M. of the War Department in Washaugh met several soldiers Paulsen and His Players Miss Mar Notre Dame, and he was a from their daughter, until after we have won the war? ington. Another significant featvery garet Higglns, and grandson, Mas- welcome visitor. Cafeteria Restaurant ure of this big appropriation bill ter William Clines,- went last FriKiddyland Merry Garden The K. of C. Secretaries with SAFE OVEK. Is to be the Improved fortification PAYNE AND CAVEWOOD STS. day to Camp Shelby, at Hatties-bur- Chaplain Gallagher are doing fine Swimming Pool Miss., to visit Lieutenant work at the base hospital, every of our coast at home. Riley, Culbertson Mrs. Thomas ' Frank J. Higglns, son of Mr. and day bringing comfort to the in- Dancing Hail Other Attractions It is well that, now we hare berenue. New Albany, has received Mrs. Higglns. mates, some of whom have been come thoroughly Impressed with a letter from her son, Thomas there for many weeks. This part the gravity of the situation, we Riley, announcing his safe arrival A pretty wedding was solemnized of the Secretary's work Is most ImIn France. with nuptial mass Tuesday morn- portant, as a great make our fortifications permament, ing, when Miss Mary G. Marking, boys have very few 'many of these for there Is nothing like being previsitors. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. WELCOME VISITOR. Earl YIngling was a very pared to meet any unexpected hapMarking, became the bride of Law- come visitor at building No. 2,wel as pening, and we 'have a right to The Kentucky Irish American rence H. Lananan. Father Brey he- talked of the championlook for almost anything and not was delighted to have as a visitor performed tho ceremony and many ship games which world's Knights ot the be surprised when it comes. this week tho Very Rev. Michael friends of tho couple were present Columbus team played at Cincinto offer congratulations. S. Ryan, a member of tho Kenrlck nati last fall. Mr. YIngling Is the League baseSeminary faculty and editor of the WORK IS OPEN. known W. J. Newman well pitcher, National many friends Mr. and Mrs. and has Western Watchman, St. Louis, announce the marrlago of their ball 10c Catholics would never support an While here Father Ryan was the, daughter, Miss Anna Veronica New- hero in Louisville. The 'baseball at each of the propaganda. Cath- guest of Charles Jlaldy and saw th man, to ThomaB William King, Jr., score board buildings, Knights of Columbus best of Louisville. on Monday night at St. uecuia's where olics liave no professedly A J. 5c league of Rov. Father John D. games the results every all church, the publication. Catholics day, are are given K. OF C. INITIATION. The attendants Fallon officiating. by tho never take account of the religion were Miss Mary .King, sister of the watched with much interest Best Cigars Made soldiers after "mess." Council, groom, Tomorrow Louisville of the' man they do business with. Newman, and Michael Several dozen easy chairs and Catholics would never withhold Knights of Columbus, will Initiate brother of the bride. put in at porch rockers have been A of their vote from a candidate for a class well seventy-eig- team candidates, they aro with a known from ChiMr. and Mrs. Joseph Holt O'Hara each building and sun goes always down. as the offico solely because he Is a Prot- cago doing the work. The degree announce the marriage of their occupied estant. Catholics have no organi- work will bo followed by a ban- daughter, Miss Lutle O'Hara, to Look up that old guitar or man up zations which work in secret and quet at the Tyler Hotel in honor Ray Evans Fee, First Lieutenant, dolin that you have out in the store to the sol room of the new Knights, and covers Aviation Corps, at diers. and send it stationed bind members by oath. Their will be limited to 300. At the Chanuto Field, Rantoul, 111. Tho Ladles, get out your Milan hat work Is all in the open, declares last meeting of the Entertainment wedding was solemnized quietly from last summer and let us clean the Sunday Visitor. PATRIOTIC MI3ETIXG. Committee the question of having a last Saturday In the rectory of St. and reshape It to tho latest summer The better one becomes acquaint- banquet was raised, 1)ut tho com- Mary style. Magdalene's churoh, the Ladies' hats of all kinds H. Lewis, Chairman of cleaned, dyed and reshaped. First-claMarvin ed with the Catholic church and mittee decided that as everybody Rev. William Gausepohl officiating. Speaker's Bureau of the Kenwork. her real teachings, tho higher is would have supper after tho work Immediately after the ceremony the It was thought advisable to have a tucky Council 6f pefense. Invites This is the only place in the city Fee left and for tho dinner together. A number of Lieut. Fee stay Mrs. Chicago, for the regard he entertains to ten days' in after all fraternal society members mass that knows how to do ladies' hats. Children Under Fourteen Free. them. Tho antipathy which We may be a little out of the shop Louisville singers will help enter- which they will go to Rantoul, bo present at the patriotic have for the Catholic tain the new members, and a prom- where Lieut. Fee will report for mecing Jn Keith's Theater, 4. FJfth ping district, but it will pay you to All make the trip and have your hat and Walnut streets, on July Open From 9 A. M. Until 11 P. M. Now church is based not on any aotual inent speaker fromguest York will duty. aro requested to bring an American done right. probably bo of honor. teaching, but on a Jeffersonvllle the condition or We rip and resow your hats, also Council will have a Tho marriage of Miss Beatrice flag, and a copy of tho "American's wholly erroneous conception of the number of candidates to add to St. Clair and Capt. Creed" will bo distributed for all dye them a good black. Our cusWheeler An attractive church and her teachings. The Louisville's class, as will also New Thomas Vincent Johnson, U. S. It., to recite in unison. arranged and tomers eay tho work is Just like programme has been grievance Is subjective (In the per- Albany, and Bardstown, Ky. This will 'be solemnized on the morning tho exercises will begin at 11:15 now. Forty years in business ana first-clahelp is our guarantee. Is the third. Initiation 4 at in that has son's mind only) and not objective been held by Louisville Council thjs of July of the 7:30 o'clock of the o'clock. rectory tho Cathedral (or having foundation In fact). It year, and another will be given Assumption, Father Raffo officiatCity HONOR, DR. OAVANAUGIT. 1b, not to the credit of July, ing. Capt. Johnson and Mrs. Johnpeople, during the latter part of SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. leave Immediately follow'whether they bo ministers, Sunday-scho- which will be limited to soldiers son will ceromony 713 West Jefferson Street, reception and banquet was past A at Camp Taylor. During for Chicago, beHundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's teachers or the editors of months many calls from tho sol- ing the North Side. fore going to Fort D. A. Russell, tendered Dr. John R. Cavanaugh, the worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings papers, that they foster diers to Join tho Knights of Colum- at Cheyenne, Wyo., where Capt. D. D., President of Notre Dame sectarian deposit of $1.00 or more. CInb limited to 1,000 members. a bus have been made, and Su Johnson Is stationed. Mrs. John University, who wa3 hero for St. Homo City 2803 prejudice which nas become preme Adovocate Pellltier has ruled It. C. Long will ibe host at a mis- Xavior'a commencement exercises. second nature in people, or that Tho affair was given at the Seel- 1 in WORK A SPECIALTY can be taken into the cellaneous shower that Comb. Solltk 2403a they engender prejudice in the order soldiers recommendation from of Miss Wheeler, July today honor bach and those present wero: Rev. REPAIR Pbono City 3104 upon Miss and little oaes. their parish priest. Wheeler will give a tea in honor Charles P. Raffo. L. L. J.: Rev. FRED HORNUNG, JR. Col. P. H. Callahan will arrive of her guests, Mesdamea John W, ' Brother Beniamin. C. F.' X.: Rev. tho On all sides Is emphasized F. X.; JJ. J. PLUJmiNa AND GAS FITTING n'eewHy of having all our people here today and will bo the guest Moore, of Fort Royal; J. Ellsworth Brother Thomas, C.uarry, Eugene Earllngton, Miss McDermott, J. J. and of Louisville Council at the ban- 712 West Jefferson Street work in harmony and to unite them (quot at the Tyler Hotel after the i Evans, of ueeier, or win una urove, uooney, j. r. miujiuuh" i;nzaDQUi Loulsvlllo, Ky, 1,130 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. nation "with oh hart and initiation, Lowry and Thomas Walsh. in arrived yesterday. JJiilwho CAMft NEWS HERMAN STRAUS 10-1- Second-Cla- ts 319-32- 1 S CONFIRMATION I SOCIETY. SUITS Spanish-America- FOR BOYS anti-Cathol- ic Lynn-hurs- $6.45 $7.45 $10 79c ss White Shirts and Blouses 60c $1.00 COME TO THE 1818-182- ktfs-4- Shoe-han- 0RPHAM' PICNIC - Mul-doo- n. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1918 FONTAINE FERRY St. Vincent's Orphana ge "H - g, SMOKE Lady Dash Little Take East Walnut and Cres- cent Hill Cars. i - t TARPY'Sf f lMMHlfeMMJMMA Both Patriotism and Charity I anti-Protesta- nt nt I Spend the Fourth with us. All kinds of amusements. Patriotic songs, etc. ht PLENTY TO EAT LADIES' HATS ss Delightful Music All Day L.ong 25 Cts Tickets "V non-Catholi- cs Gates ss Liberty Insurance Bank Falls Straw Works TEMPORARY QUARTERS ol vji wm. j. :b:r.liy & sons, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS jfj&affarcjoKnr iLlABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. J. M. BUOKNEIl irish jjmcexoajs:. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read ers oy accepting oniy urms 01 Known responsibility. . WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky.. H. W. NEWMAN CONTRACTING ENGINEER Bteam and Hot Water Heating and 147 S. Fifth St., Louisville, Ky. Headquarters for Farms. Auction of Real Estate a Specialty. Phones: Homo City 583 Cumb. M. 183. Good As itho Best As Ever MUTUAL CONNECTICUT THE REAL ESTATE E. R. SPROWL AUCTIONEER i I tno city smoke Inspector Troubles You. THE GEISER SSIOKE PREVENTER Fluo Cleaner, Latest Patent Boiler Cleaner and Patent Grate Bar will give you a clean record. Every patent guaranteed to save coal. Mnin aaru.v GEISER MFG. & SUTPIiY CO., 038 East Jefferson 11 uan mo uocior Hartford, Conn. Wm. H. Harrison, General Agent Sanitary numbing iLlncoln 5 for Kentucky, HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND building, Loulsvillo. Homo City LOUISVILLE, KY. 3614: Cumb. M. 227-701-70A. MFE INSURANCE COMPANY Both Phones POULTRY Both Phones 2406 FOOD AND SHOP HALLER'S PETSTREET 210 WEST MARKET Quick Delivery AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. SUPPUES Free Advlco on Poultry Pot Diseases REUTLINQER and Adolph Rcutllngor & 0 0. NATIONAL HATTERS PXOPLEB PBOVXBE2TT ASSOOXA1 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. .incorporated. n 825 W. Jefferson St., Loulsvillo, Ky. woi organized by oltlmM to make Suits Pressed While You Wait. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Homo Phone City 1931 on furniture and other perional You Wait. Soldiers' Uniforms and eriy ai IOWIBT SATES. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bide., and Delivered, flur Afottn? "Snrvlrn S. E. Cor. Third and JeSers. Attention and Quality." Both Phonea, 2888. well-know- aoiBaaa,aet 803 HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND ENGRAVERS Home Phono Shawneo SAM L. ROBERTSON PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS AT LAST EDUCATIONAL A good BAKERY SOHLICn ENGRAVING THEY SEE THE STARS AND STRIPES. ALL 1LA1LI ASSOCIATION. fif- 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 65 7 4 Louisville, Ky 335 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 5674 Phono City 5692 H. Platoff, Prest. I. Bush, GENERAL " SOUTHERN STAR" Sec-Trea- s. SLICED BACON AM PLATOFF & BUSH Incorporated CONTRACTORS BUTLDERS AND Special Attention To Repair Work fUfedy for Yur Grlddla Morning" LARD, fat tb HAMS, 8AU8AOB CO. LOUISVILLE PROVISION Estimates Cheerfully Furnished (Ineorporattd.) OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. QUAHTY THE SIGN OF Home Phone City 6085 Hlghl'd 7418 FREDERICKS East 180 P. iS KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated Dealer in SCRAP RAGS, METAL, IRON, OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Paper Stock A Specialty SOUTH FLOYD STREET 014022 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager 214-21- 6 Bet Market and, Jefferson LOUISVILXT-- KY. I I GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. !! ;; I Funeral Director and Embalmerjl ! BOTH PHONES 810. ; ii J j HHilmWHMlttlWWIlltMi SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. i U. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. IWMVWWMWWiWWWWWWWVWWVWWWW tWVMWWWVWtWWWWWWWW WWWWMMWWWW t CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOME PHONE 88 attendance at the teenth annual meeting of the Catholic Educational Association which will be held In San Francisco on 5 July Is now assured by the announcement that the Government has authorized the railroads to grant the usual summer tourist round trip rates from all points East to the Pacific coast. This rate will 'be good from June 20 to October 31 and will cany stop-ovprivilege at all important points. The rate will be only a moderate advance over that prevailing in other years. The round trip rate from Chicago via direct lines will be about ?87, plus war tax and Incidentals and the rate from other points will be proportionate. From inquiries received at the office of the association the attendance will probably be much larger The memthan was anticipated. bers who expect to take the trip are advised to consult local ticket agents at once, and these agents will give them complete Information on all details. Many of the Bishops of the country have signified their of sending intention official representatives to the meeting, and several special conferences of the Proof representatives vincials and religious communities of women will foe held under the direction of Archbishop Hanna. of San The Catholic people Francisco, who have done so much for Catholic education, are determined, under the leadership of their splendid Archlbshop, to make meeting of the fifteenth annual the Catholic Educational Associasuccess. A protion a notable gramme of unusual merit has been arranged, and the exercises will conclude with a grand public meeting in the large city Auditorium, which has a capacity of seating The meeting will 10,000 people. pay tribute to the splendid patriotism and loyalty shown ly the large number of boys of our Cathand parish schools olic colleges who are now in the military serv22-2er KrJKnJr AZO W.MARKET Mill PilAISEl All hail to the boys In the khaki! All hall to tho iboys In the blue! All hail to the sons of our nation, Drave lads of stout heart, loyal, true. grounds! All hall to our men "over there!" JLOUISVIH-E,- . KY. Our sons, our brothers, our sweethearts, A complete lino of Furniture at Gone forth but to do and to prices that are always tho lowest. dare. Satisfaction guaranteed. All hall to the flag they're defending! Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces All hall to each stripe and bright star! For the next three weeks wa art They'll fight e'en to death for its going to offer all of our laces at a honor, liberal discount. This offer is genubeauty shall No stain its fair ine, and it will pay our mar. to write us at once whllt customers our stock is complete. All hall to tho gold stars that glisten fields Rogers Church Goods Co. Upon red! of white bound with 129 S FOURTH AVE. They gleam midst the blue of tho living, These stars of our brave, gallant dead. out-of-to- All hail to our men on tho camp Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBfl Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1815 S. Twonty.slxtli St. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Loulsvillo, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 SEE TOOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY Oft, Loans to thnao hfivlnir rnmtlnr In. Headquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPHBXXt on their personal security. See us about anything in raft estate. We sell, buy and rent. F. R. POOLEY. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, Same Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Phone City 2771 al INCORPOIU.TBD 608-51- 0. T. THOMAS ST. & CO. 0 SOUTH WENZEL REAL ESTATE 630 WEST JEFFERSON Loulsvillo, Ky. . STREM Both Phones 4202 "SOUTHERN STAR" J. G. PULLIAM MOVING AND PACIONa SLICED BACON 'All Ready for Your Griddle in tho Motor Truck Express Morning" PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 231 West Green Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Home Phone City 9130 Incorporated O. SOHWARTZWALDER Home Phone 255C RELIABLE SHEET METAL WORK Repairing a Specialty. Guttering and Spouting, Tin, Tile and Slato Roofing. Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. TYPEWRITERS i Rebuilt and Used. J All Alakes. i RENTED, I SOLD, REPAIRED 008 East Market Street All praise to tho God of our na-- . Phone, Shawneo 2532 tion, Who holds tho whole world in h$$$4$s$s34k$$Sx his hand! To Him do we plead for our laddies, Our homes, our bannor, our Nell Sohan. land. RECENT DEATHS. sympathy of their many friends over the loss of their son, Walter death ocE. Ohlmann, whose curred last Saturday. The funeral Martin's St. took place from church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Mr. and airs. Alos Ohlmann, of 742 East Chestnut street, have tho DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. Lquipiuciii uniteINCORPORATED jV. PREPARE NOW FOR THE 125 South Fourth Ave.. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES ice. NEW AL1JANY PROUD. Chairman Joseph Bruns, of the New Albany Knights of Columbus, 822 Bast Maixx JSfcreet Aifrfi....t..M"'Ifrfr'H"t"I"M,'!"M"I"i'i DOUGHERTY & McELUOTTii 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, reports that In the campaign just closed the Knights went over the top In their drive to raise $5,000 for the Knights of Columbus war fund, and the people of New Albany are to be congratulated on their proud showing. POSTPONED EUCHRE. Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH Cumb. Main SOOS-- a I11' 1PHOKTJB5S. Homo City 2998 I H"H"MdI"M,,X1 ' iTH"H"t NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, .FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS A . CAPITAL AND SURPLUS DEPOSITS $1,700,000.00 $14,000,000.00 The euchre of the children of was school, which Patrick's postponed last Tuesday on account of the Inclement weather, will be Monday afternoon at 3 given FLOWERS o'clock and the puhllc is Invited to FUNERAL FLAG raising. attend. It will foe given at the school hall, Sixteenth and Market A Special Spray $3.00 A flag raising will take place at streets. The proceeds will be given A Special Wreath $5.00 St. Elizabeth's church tomorrow to the Red Cross. afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the exercises consisting of an address by FIRST HIGH MASS. Rev. Father Fealey, Camp Zachary son of Taylor chaplain; .blessing of the Rev. Daniel M. noouoh-ATflag bv Rov. Father James Assent, David O'Connell, of Louisville, and utol pastor of St. Elizabeth's church, nephew of the Very Rev. Dean C. and a concert by a military band J. O'Connell, of Bardstown, who tourtrt Avenue Loulnttr was raised to the dignity of the from the cantonment. sacred priesthood as a member of We telegraph Flowprs Everywhert the Society of Jesus on Saturday DONATION TO RED CROSS. morning, May 19, offered his first NORTHWEST CORNER solemn holy sacrifice of the mass The Sewing, Knitting and Red Almighty God at the old to the Cross Unit of Holy Cross church 4&Q$&$Q&$&$&SQ&&MS Cathedral In Bardstown last Sunday report that $200 was cleared at the Quite a morning at 10 o'clock. card party given recently and this and friends number of his relatives amount was turned over to, the from this city were present. Louisville Chapter of the American St. P. of William The funeral Smith took place ifrom Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, his death occurring Sunday as the result of an autoOculists' Prescriptions. accident. Tho deceased mobile and Mrs. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY wna fhA nn of Mr. George T. Smith, of G4C Nine XSTCOBPORATXS teenth street, and was a sieaay Fourth and Chestnut. young man of exemplary habits, with a host of friends. Besides sis"As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" his parents he Is survived by a one ter, Miss Katio A. Smith, and brother, George T. Smith, Jr. OD Sdhtth street, Wednesday night, and bore into heavenly rest the soul of their Infant son, Charles William. Their only consolation is that now a rtinrdlan ancel watches over them. took The funeral and interment place Thursday arteraoon. Death entered the home of John and Agnes Whalen, 706 West Oak FOURTH Kirschbaum Suits, offered in scores of appropriate hot weather weaves and in models which are sanely and sensibly stylish. These garments are constructed without a needless ounce of materials, and yet tailored so that they will hold their lines under the test of daily wear. And at these prices it is not alone ac matter of comfort, but of positive economy to dress properly for midsummer days. Two-piec- e $750 to $20 CLOTHING SPECIALISTS THIRD AND JEFFERSON Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge , DRINK I K. OP O. DEMONSTRATION. Three Per Cent. Interest Paid on Tlmo Deposits ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. We Will EXCHANGE your old model for a NEW TYPE FAN. 3 PHONE Main1 CHJXDERS ELEGTRIG GO. . .. INCORPORATED JO 3S3 wrst MAIN STREET York Knights of the celebrate will Columbus Fourth of July with a patriotic of demonstration on the campus Hon. University and Fordham Bourke Cockran will bo the orator of the day. Among those taking part will be Bishop Patrick J a Hayes, head of our army whn iwlll soon co to (France. n loiAiratlnn of soldiers, a company of sailors, Now York State GuaTd u,uuu in an and Boy Scouts, people will take part. The Now chap-inin- M$ bj neguLi$&mm&m smamm&tjiz.imm Brey, Rev. Father the pastor, and ladies of the Red Cross Unit wish to extend thanks to those who helped In making the affair a success. Red Cross. Sr&Q H. B0SSES0N Tdephow 10a. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 10 IMBCHR AVENCB GOOD FEKItY BILIi. People from all parts of the city Glv. your boy. aa education that will are finding relief from the excessive prepare una lor mo. heat when they visit Fontaine Ferry Park, where the cool breezes make ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE that epot the most delightful In this section. The free hand con113 "W. Broadway, Koniavllle, Xj. East 903 certs and other attractions are nnnrtiictftA hv tha XAverl&n Broth era by thousands, and the exceland Buslneai Classical, Scientific Courses, Preparatory Departmeat, Lars: - lent bill presented In the theater From Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymna- attracts crowded audiences. all Indications this will be a record Bro. Benjamin, Dir. breaking year for this popular re- en-Joy- ed PHONES High. 375 JOHN M. SCHMITT 2228 Bardstown Road FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING W. CORNS.BUNIONS kwwtoe Md EOlt. toner Ftirtk aid Jeffersti ATTENDED FUNERAL. and Wagon Builder k3mmt Htik ScIwrtffltaHj TraiM The Rev. Charles Curran, pastor Blacksmith Holy Trinity church; the Rev. of Rubber Tiring. Dr. Uriah Z. Lusty William F. Selbertz, of St. Mary's Rov. J. J. Sermershelin. church; tho Chiropodist McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn of St. Mary's of tho Knobs, and Mowers and Rakes. 607 Rev. Father Reld, of St John's tho of repairs. Stark church, attended the funeral of the A full line Bailtintf Rov. Father Torbeck, of Evansville, Bardstown Road Garage. Both PhoBst which! took place Tuesday. SEES THROUGH THEM. Ao It hpenmoa mora evident from day to day that there Is a strong sectarian power oacic or me present prohibition movement, ArchDlshop Messmer, of Milwaukee, had read in all the churches last Sunday a all priests letter which .forbids assisting .In under his jurisdiction prohibition movements and denies use of church to prohibitionists property for holding meetings. The An.vitii.Tinn anvs Hi.it while many Catholics, priests among them, are actuated by good motives and act ing In good raun in xms iuuhoi, they fail to see the absolutely false principle underlying the movement inv 4,o ninutnn work of the enemies! of tho Catholic church, trying to 01 atprofit by tms opporiunuy tacking her in tho most sacred mystery entrusted to her. In concluding ho points out that prohibition is in no sense moderation, yet this Is tho true meaning of tho cardinal virtue of temperance nETA' YOURSEIiF When you Stamps you ibuy do MOST. "War I I m The Last Dollar Tbat you spent for something: yeu did not NEED would have lUrUe a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COUK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" Htiit be spent for sernethlag you DO NEED. The SAVING bow e( the dollars yon are wasting might keep tkat "hard time" (ram ever coaaias;, 1 I I &W City Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. H 51- 0- COAL $6.15 S9"011058,1' Jellico Lump Holds Fire Over Night. ROALINE SAVES COAL. It makes hotter, cleaner and more lasting flres. Use Koalino oa your coal and cut tho coal hills from 40 to 50 per cent. Price One Dollar per lube. One tubo sufficient for one ton of coal. Savings not give your Harvey-Jellic- o Coal Co. KENTUCKY KOALINKOMPANY "money, you loan It at 4 per cent, You help compounded quarterly. XNCOKrORATBD SOI Louisville Trust Building, help you .your Government, but MAIN OFFICE First and A St. Telephone, City 4405. yourself even more. ) ) U-- - JKBKTtlOKY tm ii Dts,-ci f AMJBJBtXCA3SL ' '! Mfre-fr'fr','t- t I JAP CREPE SHIRT! VALUES UP TO $2.50 . . flt fR Vl'WW A f',i V ?X ' t"l' PJVilit Ur wi$VEiB"v i Bacon a son We (live and Redeem Surety Coupons. ); vl III " Shirt of this "VAST Jap Crepe Is Just the Thing. COI-iOU- Serviceable Baggage!! At a Very Moderate Price Mctal-covcrc- tl Mctal-covcro- d Man, here's summer you. lor comfort Whether you're planning to go to the ball game or have to work all day, you must have a shirt that assures you" "Weightless and satisfaction. And here they ate In patterns that are "world 'beaters," fit that Is the real thing, and value that is absolutely "there." Values to ?2.50 heat-less- Fibre-cover- $1.65 You'll certainly bo delighted with the assortment Other largo assortments, $1 to $0.50. LS.M0SES ra m. '"V T1 HEROES OP THE MARNE. Never was the Indomitable spirit of the French soldiers shown to better advantage than when the Spurred on by cheering talk of their officers, these men created history great drive was mado on Paris. by their defense of their mother land. The picture shows a regiment of these lighters returning to billets after a long stretch at the front. Trunks; with hardwood slats, Japanned clamps, A tray, hat box and covered Iron bottoms. special value at $i ft) Trunks; with) hardwood slats, japanned clamps, p tray, hat box and iron covered bottom. A brass lock, splendid value at $0.00 d brass trimmings, Iron bottom, Trunks; hardwood slats and leather straps. An excellent value at. ..?8.'J, Trunks; vulcanized fibre bound, heavy pressed steel, d corners, largo bolts and excelsior brass locks. A remarkable trunk $17.50 Fibre Matting Bags; with leather binding clamps and patent lo6k; 75c worth $1.00; Special Imitation Walrus Bags; olive drab color; karatol lining, hand sewed, brass claw clamps and locks. Price 3.00 MnttiiiR Suit Cases; made of good strong fibre matting, with'brass lock and clamps. A special value at $1.50 size, In brown fibre; has shirt fold Fibre Suit Cnses; a Specially priced and inside straps, brass lock and clamps. at $3.25 set-u- p sot-uCanvas-covereiron-bound, ed brass-plate- 24-In- ch m j. nmjEii l5iSWt4AHIErV HIBERNIANS. J. KINSELLA What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. 1918 November Election 1919 KNIGHTS OP IILUMIS SEVERAL low-priced GOOD HAMMOCKS I A. Mulioy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 65c OXTP A COITEE THAT IS KNOWS POH ITS PESTE QUALITY. JOHN M. M:UIX,OY Importer tomorrow and root for the team against the K. of C. Many of the members are boomK. I. A. ing Tom Dolan for the vacancy in the Board of Aldermen. Tomorrow the Hibernians of San Francisco will hold their great reunion in Shell Mound Park. Some of tho members have suggested a vaudeville entertainment for benefit of the Red Cross. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Philadelphia have presented a fine motor ambulance to the Sisters of Mercy. the Of the 1,431 divisions of order 937 voted for the postponement of this year's national convention. County John President LOUISVffiLE, KENTUCKY. will call a meeting of the SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE, County soon to elect a sucPenmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and cessor toBoard Teaches Secretary Dan O'Keefe. kindred subjects. Ladles' Auxiliary 3 of IndianapI Day and Night classes tlio year round. Our system Is right; our olis gave an entertainment Wednesday evening, when men in tho array pr! ,es are right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. and navy service received special J. D. OKEAGEB, Prin. attention. en4 of Minneapolis Division tertained the Irish Literary Club at Its meeting this week. The meet-lu- g was mado interesting by the study of Irish affairs. Division 3 held a special fare for members well social session The who have Joined the colors. Ladles' Auxiliary attended In a body. They are alive in Omaha. Tho army and navy will be well When you buy Furniture you should represented In the sports when Di made to give buy the kind that is visions 11 and 12 of San Francisco get together for their annual outaway with trading stamps or cheap, ings on July 14. Tho proceeds will premiums. We do not handle trashy be for the relief fund. iHen-nessy Book-keeping, and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer, 313 W. MABKET ST. COUJSVZXiXiE, ST. Return thla advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charsrea prepaid. Division 3 will meet next Friday evening. The Ladies Auxiliary has now over 600 divisions. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard Muldoon, of Division 4, left Wednesday to join the colors. Park Come down to Shawriee PRANK HARTMAN Candidate for Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Hayes, Chaplain General, will visit all camps before his deBishop parture for Europe. ALDERMAN cratic Party. Party Primary August 6. send the 'boys a complete Subjecct to action of Demo- baseball supplies. Little Lily r line of HEARS FROM JMDDY. Mary Eckstein, an old girl, living with her relative, Mrs. M. A. Mclntyre, of eight-yea- nr er& &mm .vvv X. '" i v. ' Wmi 'wJB v 11 -- FURNITURE nt trading stamps, but good Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. EAST MARKET STREET. JAMES GREENE 415-41- 7 Where the QuicR Meal Comes In Where tho borne U brightest; . Where the work te lightest; Where the meal ta ooked best; Where the range stands the teat the where That's "Quick Meal" cornea aj? ManJ U Where work U qnlcklj done; Where cooking aeesu real fun; Whore baking give da-ligh-t; Where drudge is oat of sight tho where That's Quick Meal" omm Qalek Meal Gaa IUa(eB Sold, Installed and Highly Reoommaadad GEHER & SON, Home Phone Sha-wno- w. maI&t st 8O0 Comb. Phone Went 0203 Park and Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE. 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. . U. ). BANNON, BRUBN'S PreiWwt and 809 South Fourth street, has heard from her "daddy." Serceant Clem '3. Eckstein, who Is stationed with uanQubts nusn leadens. the Engineering Corps over in France. Tho little 'girl is proudly James Thompson, who is a real exhlbitlnoU copy of this picture to Irish Nationalist, recently sent the her frlrtTds. following letter to his son, Lieut. Engineers B. Thompson, Frank TWIN CITY LEAGUE. U. S. R. now with the American Expeditionary Forces: The Twin City League took on Dea- - Frank: While in Now vor. new life lasi Sunday and the pleas recently I had as my guests jfit ant .weather 'brought out big luncheon at the Bankers' Clubof crowds to Shawnee i'ark, over America some of the Irish leadens In 3,000 peoplo watching the Vernon-HlbernlNew York City to discuss the ungame, which was a as fortunate situation In Irelandlany-thln- g thriller until the last few innings, affecting the war, and see if the A. O. H. boys cracking, and could bo done, but it was not the Vernons won 9 to 4, and there deemed advisable to take any formal was double rejoicing by tho big action at that time as It might pos following of rooters .from the East and em- - End, as this victory gave them sibly be misconstrued barass the administration in wasn- - first place dn tho pennant race. lngton. Among others Mr. J. I. C. Donald Coleman, tho Champs' new Clarke, President of tho American manager, was a little pushed for Historical Society, was present. Mr. players Sunday on acqount of the Clarko is a well known writer and draft loss, his lineup being outItacc." classed by author of "The Fighting were tho originally published in 1898, after victors in a Trinity,1 who 7 to score. Marvin the loss of the Maine. At the lunch- Moore, Trinity's star twirler, again eon ho read me from the original made 'em sit up and take notice 'by manuscript the appendix to same, surentitled "Again On the Fields of striking out fifteen. ofAnother of C. defeat Franco," all of which is republished prise was thowho pulledthe K. game the In the Sun, June 16, 1918, In the by Mackln, seventh, magazine section, of which I am out of12the flro In the Manager winLeo to 7, and sending you copy. I am also send- ning all ing some copies to friends in Ire- Connelly, of the winners was the smiles this week. Tomorrow is truly, land. Yours best 'balanced card of the season JAMES THOMPSON. an 8.60 Thermold PI. Theio tires are all flrit rnaranteea Watertown, N. Y., were many sol- 30x3 Thermold Ws. CI CI 8.95 30x3 tock, with name and aerial number atdiers from Madison Barracks. 10.96 tached. 30x3 PI. CI Thermold We aollclt a call to Inspect onr stock 12.26 The Knights of Philadelphia vis- 32x3 Thermold PI. Ss 12.96 at fcoth stores. ited Camp Dix and provided a great 32x3 Thermold Ns. Ss entertainment for the boys there. 4go1s!j!otxk0st. Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, CityIMoi'ES Judge Frank E. Daugherty, of Main 1039 Retail Branch Incorporated Bardstown, has been appointed Dis- 6G0 S. X1UBD ST. D. M. trict Deputy, succeeding Cooper of Ellzabethtown. Indianapolis Council has made extensive improvements to its homo building and transformed the yard Into an airy summer garden. Recently thirty new members were Initiated Into tho council at Plaquemlne, La., when tho service flag with fifteen stars was blessed. Dr. E. W. Buckley, Supreme Physician; James J. McGraw, Supreme Director, and Lawrence O'Murray, Deputy Overseas Commissioner, have arrived in Franco to supervise a large expansion of war activities the organization's necessitated by the rapidly Increasing number of American troops abroad. This was made known Wednesday night in a cablegram T ' I received by the Knights of Columbus' Committee on War Activities. The message, told also of the arrival at headquarters in Paris of a large party of Knights of Columbus chaplains, secretaries and other workers. HOLLENBACH'S WINE HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH OO WILL GET OUR COAL. INCORPORATED Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. ComCoal The Harvey-Jelllc- o Distiller Ot Importer and Dealer in pany, incorporated, recently organOLD FORTUNA SOUR HASH WINES AND LIQUORS ized with Everett E. Lannlng as "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB 144 South Third Street President, Josepli M. Dougherty as Vice President and General Man- Home Phone 1191 LouterUlfl, Xy. IU W. Mala St. ager and Edward H. Neuhaus as Secretary and Treasurer, have taken over and control the yards formerly operated by tho Dougherty & 'Lanli nlng Coal Co., Fifteenth and Magnolia, the Southern Coal & Coke Co., First and A, and the Asher Coal Co., Pope and Payne streets. The new company is cosely affili& ated with tho Brooks coal interests, of Cincinnati, one of the largest operators in the Eastern Kentucky fields, with whom arrangements have been mado to secure a big supply of first class Eastern Kentucky and Jelllco coal for distribution on footh wholesale and retail basis from the three Louisville yards referred to. In accordance with tne appeal already NONE BETTER NONE PURER made by the Government, the Coal Company urges all Jelllco consumers to secure their winter's fuel requirements at the very earliest possible date, thus performing a patriotic duty that will assist in reducing to a minimum tho contemplated suffering from scarcity of CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, coal on account of shortage of coal 4 carrying equipment, etc., when all transportation facilities are taxed to their full capacity during tho BOTH PHONES Cum I). Main 138 Home City 1389 winter months. Cio5 will unite In giving a huge Fourth of July picnic. In the class just Initiated at Bardstown Council and the Red at head and round pillow; a serviceable hammock for $1.50 Canvas Weave Hammocks; spreaders at head and foot; throw-bac- k pillows and exceptionally deep valance. An excellent value at $3.25 double-face- d Fine Weave Hammocks; of fabric; largo throw-bac- k pillows and spreads at head and foot, and unusually deep valance. Prlco $5.00 Couch Hammocks; with pad, steel spring mattress, back rest, iron stand and canopy. This outfit Is fully worth Special ?18.00. $12.50 I Canvas Weave Hammocks; spreader well-covere- d, khakl-covere- d FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA Ji HcKenna, WHISKY .IT S ALWAYS PURE. Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, . DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT eeBty Service?" Jewett-Blgelo- w F.F.X.L.BEER "Delivery Harvey-- i Prompt Sure.!; ARCHIHSHOr ICEANE FUNERAL. Tho fnnnrnl of TAf Irfld-Arch- COLONELS HERE WEDNESDAY. trip at close Its starting then St. Paul Monday, opening here Wednesday home, with Joe Tinker's Colurribus team, and two games will be played 'hero on Independence day. Now that It is assured that tho American Asaway-fromao- The Louisville ball team will and the spectators will have a hard time in selecting tho best game. They play as follows: Mac-ki- n vs Champs, Vernon vs. Trinity and K. of C vs. Hibernians. Stand ing to date: W Pet. L Vernon K. ofC 5 1 Umitr. P. BAH HON. JR., Vici Pns. and Treas. P. BANNON PIPE CO. sociation will continue through the season a revival in interest can be expected, and it is hoped with the addition of Bues and Compton the strike their Colonels will again Btrlde. The only drawback to the association this year Is the failure of the crowds to turn out at Minneapolis and St. Paul, and this Is nothing new, as these two burgs have been a drawback to the league at' all times. GOOD FOR Trinity Mackin Hibernians 4 4 3 2 2 2 3 Champs o o .834 .667 .667 .500 333 .000 PATRIOTIC FLAG EXERCISES. People from all secetlons of the at the flag raising at St. Joeeph's Orphan Homo last Sunday afternoon. The patriotic exercises wore preceded by an Imposing parade on Frankfort avenue by tho Knights of St. John, tho Crescent Hill Improvement Club and members of the St. Joseph's Orphan Society, headed by a band President Taylor. Camp from Henry Bosse delivered tho opening address and raised tho beautiful flag, assisted by six orphan girls. Addresses wore made by Gov. Edward J. MoDermott, Frank Fehr and others, who paid eloquent tribute to "Our Flag and St. Jo The seph's Orphan Society." 1.1 v flag-.,,! ieu. mb. " poie 13 sevemy-uv- u An TnTinn to iiii-stamps m mo city assisted ex-Liees blshop John Joseph Keane .took place in uuouque, Iowa, Wednesday, his death occurring last Satur- lnv lint lila hnrlv lav In state In tho Cathedral for a few days. Archblsnop Keane was sevenxy-nm- e years old and had retired from INCORPORATED Ho was active service in 1911, one of the prominent churchmen FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS and was States In the United of tho LOUISVILLE- known as the founder KENT Ogicy Washington Catholic University. in Ballyshannon, He was horn County Donegal, Ireland, Septem-h- r 1B3Q nnH mmo to this 10 country with his family In 184G. at si. unanes Ho was, educated iimi In 18G6 en nnUnrra tered the priesthood. He was as 01 si. rair sistant rector church, Washington, until 1874, Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common nhan fin iwn a Til n do BlshOU Of Va. Ho was consecrated Richmond, D to the treat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON ne in lauv August 25, 1878. have tried the rest get the BEST. lie remained andllf went to Rome, where for several years as a member of PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. tho Papal household. mm . Uniti-morn- Falls City Beer yu IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE "BABE." Baanea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Cendnits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire BricK, Fire Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. I) ( 4 I Sewer and Calvert Pipe, RETURNS TO DUTY. WORKS -;- ia w' ))' v t PHONuUITSJ'lDSi .umra, mmr. uw. Thirteenth and Breckiarld&a and K intk and Magaalia. f William J. Ryan, the dean of local umpires, and known to all the fans as Babe," 'lias been en gaged in a good wonc this week, and incidentally doing his, bit for Hearing from the the toys. many Louisville boys stationed at Fort Riley. Kansas, that they were parapnernaua baseball W1U1UUI. Buechei Babe" enlisted George and several good inenas in xne cause and raised enougn money 10 grouuus, . j.'A.Sn Wnv i.i City. i coast patrol squad of Atlantic mado Ensign Glldehaus quite a record at Akron, Ohio, where ho 'became an Instructor in the aviation corps. Ensign Everett Glldehaus, son of of Mr nnrt 'Mrs. (Bon Glldehaus. 1508 East Elm street, Wew Albany, who haa 'been ihome on a furlough, iwas (recalled to duty this week, and is now assigned to the 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED . PH0N6 CITY 859. LOUISVILLE KYj of )