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PRICE FIVE CENTS. i of the busiest sfSta in campment and.fMObed 5. CAiiratnrlAD VirttMfWh its session The Knights of Columbus nrtttilnn the big enKn t SACRIFICE Jesuit Priest Elucidates the Mj tery of the Silent Khaki Lino. Tho Exceptional Ileroisim and II u inanity of tho American Navy. Voice of ICulcr of These United States Is tho Voice of God. UPHOLDS s- Pa Dizzy IGov- - i Ftho City Hnll fcrald With s words of pralsenor tho chaplains mey nave met awing tne past nve certainly weeks, and thejgl "will miss the asslstame the chaplains have given tho jTSerk in the different buildings, nas The work atKNyest Point giown too largojSor the two tents the and one build lu?? and with Artillery anen sev- arrival of tho ZrMr 1,,.I1.1I t ir vimv uuiiuiu&o ,,,111 n erui mum x. be erected. flL The section ye the camp for- - 'lit Tlint They Have the Police De partment. 5i HEGER'S MOVE HELPS HERAUD DivlslonfiSas Undergone an rhe large entire change oFJaspect. were used for barren plains Infantry have drill work artillery Into been transformed for used fields, which wlff be by both field artillery ,ractlce artillery traing sohool and artillerymen frotall parts of tho large field United States. $The guns and ammunition wagons are jet in their respective positions as used In real baile, giving a real battle array. appearance. by-fc- merly occupied mpy tho Eighty-fourt- h tlt e ARM OF AUTHORITY J Preachinc at a mllitnrv nmaa ho. ItED LETTER DAY. The poor old Bolshevlkl adminfore thousands of officers and men istration at Sixth and Jefferson and in the presence of the Govred Last Sunday ffl&z another Btreets has been going at a dizzy ernor of the State at Newport letter day in thlhlstory of Louispast ten days, City HosCamp, tho Rev. Joseph N. Dlnand, whirl the ville Councjlj Hiilghts of ColumS. J., President of Holy Cross ColKnights bus. A class of lJlghty-on- e pital scandals, starving of prisoners lege, paid a worthy tribute to tho was Initiated the order by at the Jail, killing of negro boy by AMERICAN RED CROSS ACCLAIMED IN ITALY. exceptional heroism and humanity AVIATORS AMERICAN AND ALLIED IN ITALY. State Deputy Bbwn, of Illinois; Keystone Lieutenant, of where Photo shows aviation base from several Allied aviators Past Grand Knijht James Walsh, American Red Cross workers and ambulance drivers In Milan on out the American navy. Looking Inefficiency of tho flro department asthen over where they have flown a tour to or unicago, anu fj.team the city accompanied by roast being the Italian to Italy,beating down have been of gieat assistance en- sistants. The flights ot nine Chi- Nothing ofhas done more to cement officials and Italian army officers. navy yards of tho cantonments and and the grand jury from army, tho nation, each a the Austrians, bombing the the friendship between Italy and cago came up 1ithe expectations the United States than the work done by the American Red enough to even drive Mayor Smith emy warehouses and attacking the Infantry with machine gun fire. "crucible of asked Cross. the pertinent sacrifice," he of ' all local anitiibers, and have question: out of town. The society notes To me as I visited Camp Oart-le- tt won a place Mi the hearts of spending his va tell us that he is lie mass meetlnc. Men and wnmon To date and Camn Devens. Nnwnnrt Louisville CounoMthat will always cation at Mackinac Island, but the drafted on May 25. announced the from all over the country, prom imi remain. A numJfer of political reporter tips us on to tne press bureau has not 'becoming his luinriesiown, and saw the of inent, in uainonc educational cir- fusing process "in action, the candidates were Initiated with the fact that Mayor Smith Is living In successor nor what is cles and In the conduct of Cath- whelming, crushing thought overthe salary that goes with the posibeing seventeen local class, therf National Republican Committeeman that olic schools, will be present, and seemed to baffle and citizen from' Bardstown.fjlght from benumb Hert's house at that resort. Hert tion. The average questionscan't ask matters of paramount Interest In was: Why this annihilation ot me because Althe Herald these New and fivajjfrom backer of the Is the financial the the educational world will be up Individual? Capt. O'Ejenovan, bany. of the Pretty the Bolshevlkl organ is meekly foladministration. Bolshevlkl Personal ambitions, again tho lowing orders. Gold Mining May ho Profitable for discussion. DjAiot, was Then past experiences, individual talents among Quartermaster near all agree that Smith could all, all were swallowed up in stay away the rest of his term and Herald approves of the "misfit re- Officers' Training Camp For the class, as wagJLieut. Ullrich, of Possihillty of the Near PRAYS FOR THE WORLD. the military routine of the present. Camp Taylor, aaSlfour others of he would not be missed, Judging formers," believing they can do no Artillery Opens "With Big Future. At the call of duty every man Uncle Sam's fpjn The new from his failure to assert himself wrong. Especially does tho Herald Glasses. At a midnight mass for peace had Jaid aside ihis tools, his pen, Knights of Columbus were enterpast approve strongly of the wholesale as Mayor during tho seven and the of jus- his books, life's tained at a barpifet at the Tyler bright hopes, months, and he would have a hard changes of precincts as made by tice, chaiity and fraternity future success, tho affection Hotel after thetfliltlatlon ceremontime proving that ho did not come County Judge Krleger, as that paof the Jjfctriotic speeches Committee Organized to Make throughout the world Pope Bene- dear ones, the very center of his ies, and under tho work or fight rule, his per on Wednesday morning con dict raised his voice in prayer In heart's love, home, all were forefilling of tho Mayor's chair toeing a tained eleven columns of advertis- - j Louisville Boys Active Workers stirred all to awhtgh pitch. Dr. Survey of ller Mineral St. Peter's Cathedral Saturday sworn as eacii boy contributed Max M. Eble acted as toastmaster according to his per- mg concerning tne cnanges at at Knights of Columhns morning. The Pontiff, accompanied best and his all to tho crucible his Juicy advertising rates Wealth. The entire Bolshevlkl formance. and carried off we honors of this of only by Archbishop Bonaventure sacrifice. to the press Again referring Building. position As he stood most trying administration, city and county, is in grand in that Cerrettl, Secretary of the Congre- silent, strong, khaki line, each bureau and tho abolishment of jobs, stylo, his remaikij introducing tho now controlled ly six men Searcy, gation for Extraordinary Ecclesias- man, no matter what his qualities, Rose, Krleger no mention is made of the fact that Chilton, Selligman, being most team from Chicago 's Board of Safety and Mr. timely and veryffcvuoh appreciated. Believed Substantial Profit May tical Affairs, went to the Cathedral his studies, his Influence, his race, and Burlingame. Smith and all of the at 10 o'clock Friday night to par- his creed, was "one," "two," little clique have pretty nearly Chaplain's School Closes With Lieut. Gov. McDermott delivered a the others are Just plain "supes," Bo Realized in Balllnvally ticipate in the ceremonies. There "three," or "four" when tho order most thrilling adf'ress on "A Miliand if they wore taking part in a abolished one whole department, were about 1,000 present, Includ- "Count off" was given. Graduation of Over One big dramatic production their du- and that Is the police department, District. tary Order." Jfilis well known, This was ing a large part of the Roman the mystery of Bartlett ties would consist of carrying a which right now is the nearest Gov. McDermotflKs probably the Hundred. aristocracy, Prince Colonna, Mayor to mo, and what is the and Devens spear and being part of the mob. thing to nothing In the history of best mystery of that our of Rome; Prince Orsini, senior as- Bartlett and Devens Is the mysIn the row that took place In the even our old timers. Ine Keystone city can boast ofjjand he was In composed of meeting of the Board of Park Com police department, great form on Sunday even- THREE KINDS OF TIME USED sistant at the Papal throne: Prince tery of Upton. Dix and of everv G. B. Rospigllosi, and Prince camp clear across to Lewis on tho missioners Smith bpastingly stated "yajMmotormen ana conductors, is ing. The othejjIJS speakers were FATHER BAXTER A LIEUTENANT Chaplain Fealy.SofLCamp The Pope, dressed entirely Pacific. that,man.v( Democrats voted for him thjJHJughing stock of the entire Taylor, ibesirr-prisin- g In white, and wearing a white cap, last" fall. This is true, but how nistnut, and it would not Is it not a crime against who gaverthHKTI?ghta present an fcnelt In the If they didn't start running GregSrlan chapel, Is it not 'folly and madness rfason many of them are proud of it now account of his work In the Islands of2tTot wnere tne noly sacrament was ex- tional pride to demand correspondent The Dublin or will even acknowledge their excursions here to see the clown of Hawaii, and paid a fine tribute sacri the Associated Press writes that posed. He continued In prayer for fice, so utterly to crush such seempolice in action. For instance, Louisville's army city has grown to crime? people tho of Louisville and Is a pos- two hours, tho prayer being . re- ingly annihilate gold mining In Ireland camp in who have been There Is one department at the ihey have placed an so good to him. to bo the largest artillery the individual? City Hall that is certainly over- at Fourth and Broadway as a traff- the country, with tho arrival of Thomas Hoy, Pdst Grand Knight sibility of the near future, hinted peated by the Kneeling faithful. At Every man In that line is a living, at 111 a report ot a committee or- a quarter past 12 Pope Benedict bieathlng witness of sacrlifce. Was worked, and that Is the press ic officer and It Is supposed he nearly 20,00u Chicago, Damien Council, during the ot men bureau. This department is headed was told to wave his arms for tho week. The official figures of the brought tears to the eyes of many ganized there to make a survey of celebrated mass, according to his It for this service uniform and hat by Mr. Hert's press agent on the traffic passing. He is waving his population of Camp Zachary Tay- K. C.'s when he told of tho acts Ireland's mineral wealth. It Is be- special message addressed to tho that the college man exchanged his deposits of entire world, on May 9, academic cap and gown? Issued Board of Safety and Its duties con arms alright, but not with any set- lor are close to 31,000 men, and of the Huns that have been perpe- lieved that ancient Was It which were worked in sists of furnishing the Louisville tled purpose in view, and the pub- they are all working hard every trated on Belgium, France and gold, eighteenth century along the and calling for special sei vices on for this service rifle he exchanged lic is doing some tall guessing. Two day. late the St. Peter's day. The prayer was the parchment of his degree? Was Herald with report of what a wonAt night when they gather Italy. District Deputy Brown, who derful administration we have, the guessed wrong recently, resulting In In the receratlon buildings at the directed tho work of the degree Balllnvally stream, might be found a supplication for the cessation of tt to fit him for a commission in two profitable crashing to- camp many are so tired they fall team during the afternoon, spoke commercially poor old Herald having nothing to automobiles under tho evils tormenting humanity. It a camp that his Alma Mater gave say in the matter, and while one gether. This didn't phase the Key- - asleep in the comfort chairs that of the war activities was the first mass ever celebiated of her life, her talent, her years of the modern mining methods. According to the published for this purpose on St. Peter's day of toil? column tells about the good police stoner he just kept on waving his have been added to tne equipment Knights of Columbus, paying a of by the clergy department we have in tho next arms as he was told to do. It has whole Catholic tribute to the Chairman, Col. P. statement the flist discovery Shall the mystery of Bartlett, of Columbus. gold you will find a police scandal, giv- narrowed down to a contest as to of the Knights the Balllnvally was Archbishop The new building on Sherman H. Callahan. Ho closed his talk made along1796, when a nugget throughout the world. a mass of Devens, Upton, Dix and Lewis be in ing the Ho to the efficiency reports. who will get the most police Jobs, avenue will be Cerretti followed with by thanking tho local Knights for completed Bolved, when before this the bow of Is motormen or conductors, It being week, as will The crippled fire department the the one at West their many courtesies shown his weighing half an ounce was picked thanksgiving, while Abbe widely the transport the composer, lauded to the skies while the Fire pretty even Just now, especially Point. One more building will he men during the day and said he up. News of the discovery spread known Perosi, ocean shall lift and, revealed of In Underwriters call that statement among the officers. The new traffic put up here Camp Taylor on hoped to come back again very like wildfire through tho hills and played the organ. The ceremony clear vision, shall be seen the o with a ten per cent, raise. Speaking Sergeant Is a motorman, while the Hess lane andat Poplar Level road, Boon. Tho banquet was hrought glens of Wlcklow, and the fortune ended with the Apostolic benedicof the shores of France? of the fire department a resident of Sergeant succeeding Gelsler iwas a and three more will be erected at to a close by tho singing of many of every Inhabitant of the sur tion from tho 'Pope in his own man who stands beneath that The emTwenty-firand Rowan called up Brook street conductor, and he West Point. patriotic songs. Miss Rose Henley rounding country seemed achieved. apartment at 2 o'clock Saturday blem of our liberties, the man who The search continued last Monday and Teported a flro won't be half as fast as Gelsler. for two morning. takes that sacred standard In his The officers' training school has and Mrs. Ray Barret furnished a months, and at the end of In the districts close to station been opened on blazing down in that neighborhood. that Poplar Level musical programme with the as tlmo 2,666 ounces hands can nover, according to our of pure gold had One of the Keystone firemen, who houses it has now become a fad road just oppositethe FORCE OVER THERE. K. C. audi- sistance of the local Knights' jazz been American 7iiind, bo too worthy of found. Tho was tired probably, answered the or the adults and grownups to torium, and many theof the Government Drury from took over men band and Secretary It, whatever phone and told the citizen to go Rtand outside the station houses gather in tho control, but operations permitted it to enIionment, be his education, his Gen. Match has evening after 9 Camp Taylor. The next initiation continued for his character. When back and ascertain without a doubt and see tho Keystone police troop o'clock to rest several years, yield- be known that there are now his country's honor is at stake, big will probably be held the 'fire was still burning and out at roll call. Nino out of ten day's work. They after on theirjump part of the present month. latter ing on an average of flO.OOO a 900,000 that the American soldieis In wnen ner sarety is to be guarded, This are then call up again, It was alright, arethe long, lank, lean hungry every day until 9 p. m. the two France and that within matter will be decided at tho meet- year over a long period. maintained, no kind, formerly employed as street The gold found ranged from months we hope to have halt a her preservation heroic, and the Keystoners had to make 27, ing on Wednesday, July 3, when ?acrlfice Is too no goes to show you car men, hut the surest trade mark a on Thursday evening, Juno from a reception will be. held in honor tiny atoms to nuggets the run, tout It weighing million more there. This is heart- ence too irksome, no labor obedilarge number of ladles too may have to file an affidavit that of their former employment is that Louisville came to the camp and of the chaplains who are training over a pound. One nugget weighed ening news. Less than a year ago difficult, no annihilation too protwenty-tw- o ounces, measuring four tho first drawing under tho conthere is a fire in the future. At they are still wearing that dirty gave an initiatory reception for hero at Camp Zachary Taylor. found. "Sacrifice" is tho call inches in length by Men Twentieth and Madison the Key- celluloid collar. chuckle, tho pupils of three in scription law was held. Wo have artillery "ServAmerica. breadth. A gilded plaster cast of made great progress in piepara-tlo- n from istho soul of from stone firemen reeclved a new flro women and girls giggle, and tho training schooltheat the K.officers' C. ARRIVES IX FRAXOE. ice" tho reply the heart of this nugget, which was retained by automobile apparatus and they have children cry out "Goody, goody, auditorium on the Poplar of for war in spite of regiettable the people. the Keystone road. The school is located Level has been enjoying themselves to their here comes the funny been mistakes and galling delays. The diLetters received this week by placedfinder, exhibitionrecently Clearer than the light of on As for ability, rthey rectly opposite the auditorium and heart's content, riding all around policemen." at Trinity War Department seems now to be noonday sun comes tho truth the Mr. and Mrs. William M. HIggins College, Dublin. for the block, clanging the bell and coumn't tracK an elephant in the a large crowd of the men in the As late as 1856 working smoothly. We trust that the mind of having a joy ride indeed. Bnow or catch a cold In winter training school came over to be from their son, Joseph N. HIggins, a nugget weighing six ounces was It will continue thus and that no stronger than thonilnation In khaki; the forces of formerly of the Kentucky Irish picked up in the Balllnvally, Following the methods of the time, yet the press hureau with present at the and brainless obstructionist will throw earth, stronger even than death reception. The now Board of Safety, who don't want their forced news on the Herald is evening was taken up with music, American but Corps with tho United It Is believed that with the latest a crow-ba- r Into tho nicely adjusted conies tho message of courage for In France, give States Marino public trials when Republicans are trying to prove that they are real games and genral social gossip, an interesting account of the trip modern methods a substantial pro- machinery. By September 3,000,-00- 0 the soul of the nation In khaki: fit could be made from intensive Involved, the Board of Works has policemen. men will be under arms. after which Ice cream, and cake across and the safe arrival of our operations in this That the authority behind all temat told us nothing of the mix-u- p district. The were served to the boys by the boys, whose appearance was hailed spots proposed poral soere!gnty Is from God. for experiments the repair shop Saturday between ladles. The entire evening was so with great acclaim by vast throngs are Thus alone can we tightly solve mi Cronebane, mi iiiij.iiii thoroughly enjoyed the foreman and his assistant as to ft Balllnvally, by everyone of people while en route to their Crogan-Mo- at if, tho mystory of that silent khaki r and Klllnhurlrm. who would pay for the last bottle present that the boys could hardly place of encampment, where they line. Tho voice of tho legitimate From Galway comes news that (not coca cola) purchased at Pete believe the time for taps was cor- expected to remain but a few days. In ruler of these United States is the ' the West of Ireland three kinds who Is not supposed to Bltzer's, rect when they were sounded by It was some pretty sight, he says, voice of God. When he commands, sell under the reformers. After a the bugler, thinking he had made to see land again as they pulled iu nine aro in use. First, .the old God commands, and man in obeytime, which tow spirited rounds tho patrol was a mistake In the tlmo, the hours Into port, but believe him, it didn't sun and is is regulated by the ing him is obeying God. forty minutes after called and tho Keystoners refused having passed so rapidly. This look near as good as the old U. S. Greenwich So in every century and under to lock up their political brethren. time. Another is was the first entertaining feature A. One pleasing thing was to get God's every rightful form of government time," as tho natives call The assistant, who was the victor, or tnis kind given in the camp and hold of an edition of the New York the Catholic church has upheld by it, which Is Greenwich dragged tho foreman into the maJudged by the numorous question- Herald printed In P"arls ner doctrine tho arms of authority, see third is the now timetime. The chine and they both went to the that Is ing of the iDoys fiom the Secretar- where tho Marines were and bidding her children "Be obedient driving the daylight saving time, utterly City Hall and up to the Chief's ies, "How soon will they come back the Germans. Also, where the ignored by the peasant unto your temporal lords as to office. They say Col. Potty when but obagain?" tho entertainment was a German submarines had sunk a served by itho Christ Himself." But neither has got real ho heard the argument railways. grand success and will bo repeated bunch of ships In New York haroho feared, by the sole might of wrathy, and said "Get away from Ajnorlcan naval authorities at least one night every week. that same doctrine and In tho bor. Ho thlnkB it was a good aie"l0 building a hig base hospital at heTe, I'm having troubles enough All of tho boys who came here thing they didn't run name of the same Christ, to check Into the a port in Ireland now." sick in the last draft are quarantined Marines, as It would the abuse of power and declare, have been wounded sailors, to for manned and In the press bureau reports be by ipflSKiSyHA ..,'1 and of courso can not leave their "good night" for them, because our tho Red Cross with a staff brought "Thus far shalt thou go and no printed in tho Herald verbatim area, Many Louisville men aro In men would have "taken care" of from farther." great stress is laid on the amount America. A big residence has quarantine, but their long hours any submarine came along. been of money being saved, the jobs are brightened by tho work of the He also says the that M. C. A. de- and taken for the main building FAMED PREACHER PASSES. Y. sectional huts are being imabolished and how the Board of K. (J. Secretaries and tho assist serves credit for what they are do- ported from homo to give room for Works removed tho snow last winance of many entertainers, tho ing for the American soldier. In additional beds. The Rev, Dr. Washington Gladter. If so much is 'being saved and Tho alto most prominent of whom are our a postscript ho says the Marines ideal one for convalescents.is an Congrega den, nationally known big receipts coming from the Water own, "rag-tim- e king," J. Forrest have the loputation of being the Company, then the tax rate will be tional minister and author of Thompson, who Is always. In de real fighters from OATHOLIO EDUCATORS. Ohio, Columbus, died Tuesday reduced (maybe). Everyone knows mand, "jess" is one of our most States, and as the, boys the United at morning following a second stroke that there was a lot of camouflage, accommodating boys, at tho camp are showing them they the front are, the paralysis suffered last Sunday. being abolished, as of about the Jobs The Importance of liberty and and will surely bo an officer of new arrivals will keep it up when Dr. Gladden was eighty-tw- o for Instance Supervisors were reyears rank very soon. they get into action. He also asks democracy and their place In tho 'Distinguished in the reof age. moved who didn't make thirty days During the week entertainers to to be remembered 'to all his Louis- world today will bo tho keynote ligious world, Dr. Gladden also was, a year, yet the board claimed a Bounded at the fifteenth the number of worked ville friends. annual widely known as a magazine editor saving for every day in tho year. at tho camp In Knights of Colum- convention of the Catholic Educaand writer, and the author of nuBut the press ibureau is not so tional Association, to bo held this dus ouiidlngs only. Tho ChesterPORTUGAL-- AND VATIOAX. merous books, on other offices. The offices included among year in San Francisco. This will field Minstrel Company, with Shipwhich is his "Recollections." of Superintendent and assistant of BeDr. Sidonlo Paese, President of bo the first meeting of the Associaper, Grove, Eigelbaoh and Johnny fore entering the ministry 'Dr. the Board of Children's Guardians Flynn, wore on tho boards at Nos, tho Portugual iReBubllc. on Satur tion to be hold on tho Pacific Gladden was a printer, and during were filled at raises in salaries of day received 2 and 3 on Thursday night. and It Is Maddrid, who tho iPapal Nuncio at coast, fcy every effort Is toeing put his later years achieved a nationOTr ?4, the appointees, It will be Is visiting Portugal forth needless to say that tho hoys tho Catholic educators of NOW NAVAL CHAPLAIN. wide favor with the American peoHeaambered, being sent around ONE OF HAIG'S ABLEST. The Presi- tho West to mako this their work, as their second on a special e ple through his nronounpod torn in tins. role of evicters by Dr. Henry Van Dyke, formnr show did not eloso until almost dent informed mlsIom this 'Papal Nuncio convention one of the best In Its Gen. Sir H. Homo is reckoned sitlon to all phases of bigotrynnnn. Bow grey,-- The Secretary of the Minister' to the Netherlands, Is "taps," which aro now sounded at that the 3oyrjfewt iwas about to history, Tho convention will open as one of tho ablest commanders and Fhw DeiwncMBt, incidentally Mr. now serving an chaplain at the 11 o'clock. appoint a , FHuee diplomatic on July 22 and will come to a attached to the staff of Gen. Doug leiiKiuua intolerance. Catholics held him In high esteem ami TOni Charleetown navy yaTd . Swrey'a private secretary, The chaplains' school Is still one representative W Me Vatican, wh close on the 25th with .a big pub- - las Haig. mourn hjs death. ed io CAMP NEWS out-of-to- IRELAND Jeffer-sonvll- le non-essenti- al Ches-tey- lst Mas-sin- l. , mist-clou- out-lin- st II " , i HHHfllllflH forty-seve- n -- on-Joy- ed war-tim- 4 - ,.?,- sa&NrarcjoBrsr jgmsis: AaEE?iexoAK- week for Mrs. Curran left last to Copper Hill ,Tehp visit his by brother, Lawrence, Curran. July 0- - Moonlight muBlcale Trinity Council, Y. M. I., on Mr. and Mrs. William Fahey, ot PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Steamer Pilgrim. In Chesterfield courtV' entertained Irish Americans ud Catholics Annual lawn feto ot honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Fahey, ' , July 10-1- 1 Devoted to the SocM and Mo.al Advancement ol s St. Ann's church on lawn, Seventh of St. Louis; Mr.I.and Mrs. E. L. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men I Buckman, Mr.- trod 'Mrs. Thomas and Davles avenue. Knights of America. Institute and Catholic . Ti.iv in Third nnnu.il nlenlc and Buckman, Mr. ani xMrs. James Ho-Publishers outing of St. Paul's church, at Ban and Miss Anflia Heffernan. AMERICAN PRINTING CO.,Inccrpoud. KENTUCKY IRISH SINGLE COPY 5c Rlvoll Garden, South Preston street, i Joseph L. Van Fleet. of this formerly Woodland Park. SUBSCRIPTION PRICEONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, . . ,. ,i ri. D . . . ibI "" (nnitnl millnrf fnr ' wiy, nu luiaa Lillian MoMahan at the Loulivllle Poitoltlce ai Second.Clan Matter. Entered rolTimhuR were united in marriage last .T,oJa TfniP'ht nf West Orn St. at Paducah.Mhe home of the 1 IRISH AMEBICaH, KENTUCKY itMr... all Communications to the TAusSS? uG ,and Mrs. C. E. MoMahan and was Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews. .ft popular member 0f the younger .fyADES (KJff) COUNCIL August 28 Annual picnic of St. society set. K&KTUGKY IRISH flMERKHW. COMING EVENTS. HERMAN STRAUS roumn AVENUC V oawfl(w7 SO MARKET ! - - We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Star es 319-32- I S LOUISVILLE, KY MILITARY TRAINING. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1918 Thornsberry'a Park. Tn'R church. Hlchland Grove, Park, atl Highland : CONFIRMA Intention of granting home rule. If either comes it must be home rule first. Then Ireland will settle The statement that the Governlf conscription question lor ment Is about to devise and rec- the in a hurry. ommend to Congress a system of universal military training, with TRIBUTE TO WIIjSOX. vocational training Included so far community At a recent first as practical, has an authoritative origin which .gives It authenticity. vesper service; held In the park fer- south of the White House, Very hopes The Chicago Tribune Fitzgerald, O. P., vently that it indicates the adop- Rev. Edward of this Prior of the Dominican House of by the administrationtion development and Studies, In a tribute to President policy for the of the nation, believing Wilson justified our entry Into the protection of conviction war and said: "We are thankful with the intensity that no decision could more pro- that the destinies of this nation to a man foundly affect the future of the have been intrusted United States, contribute more to whose intellectuality, whose train Us greatness, or do more for the ing and whose character show that Mr. and Mrs". T. Gorman, of Oakevery effort was made to avert Lieut. John Maloney. until re well being of its citizens. dale,- are now In their new apart-- . cently a member of the Louisville We regard universal military war; and no nation nas Dome so ments at Fourtn ana o. police force, and under whose lead- training, with vocational training patiently the wrongs we have suf.Miss Margaret Conroy, of Cliftm There has never been a added, as a finishing school of cit- fered. with Mrs. Thomas izenship, one which will require a better case before the bar of Jus- spent Wednesday on South First street. accounting of the nation, tice than the case of our beloved Greene physical which will result in physical build- country, because all the cbnditlons Mrs. Laura Hackney, of Bowling '" &, ...t Green, was mis week the guest of nmwfelfef ing up, which will develop a sense have been manifestly fulfilled." G. O'Rourke, Parkview. Mrs. W. responsibility and obligation, of of h:W TOO DEEP FOK HIM. respect for social rights and needs, and Mrs. Charles G. McGrath and give the nation, for all the purD. Whlttlngill, G. a Baptist son, Charles G. McGrath, Jr., are f poses of peace a stronger citizen- missionary proselyting in Rome, spending several weeks in Lexington. will have if it does ship than It life writes that there Is a revival of 1WW. not subject youth to .military religion, but he doesn't seem to Mrs. Emmet Byrne, who was the BBU fv The fear that this grasp why all of the Italian sol- guest of Mrs. John Godfrey, discipline. has to her .home at Charlesmeans militarism does not proceed diers go to battle with medals, returned That Is a nurs scapulars, etc., and many of them ton, W. Va. from IntelllKence. ery fear, unreasoning, unobserving, invoke Mrs.' Will Reilley entertained her help from the Blessed The Virgin. Irrational and unworthy. That these brave soldiers card club at her homo on Cherokee not be find will There were road Friday evening. American character aaaaaJaaaaaSal&teihatfBW solace and comfort in the by discipline true church is evidently too deep twelve guests. violently modified and the strengthening of ideas of for our wandering disturber, but Mrs. J. Ford, of South Louisll responsibility. Our political entertained he doesn't overlook the main ville, grandson, C. Mrs. McKenna McCloskey, of not permit the development chance In closing his letter by hop- and Dayton, Ohio. a military caste which could ing "some genorous soul will give of be dangerous. The United States, a large sum Miss Agnes Kelly Is In Hawes-vlllof money for his If it gives every physically fit boy work." where she will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and at least a year's training in the ershlp and direction the mounted Mrs. John Kelly. ASSURICS HIGHEST SERVICE. duties of a soldier, will not become the pride of the force became a menace to its neighbors, a threat Miss Lillian McQueen, of Wash- city and State, has been called Into Despite war problems, or per- ington, Is spending Last against the peace of the world or the summer the service of Uncle Sam a disturbance. American character haps because of them, Interest In with her sister, Mrs. Martih Dona- Friday he received his commission as First Lieutenant in the army, aspirations and educational work Is keener and hue, Crescent Hill. traditions, and to report at Fort with orders assurances that the more pressing just now than at principles are Lieut. Maloney is Mrs. James O'Hara, East Seventh Snelllng, Minn. any time In the record of the of the rational development of strength and Elm, Now Albany, lias had as recognized as In guests for the week ;Mr. and Mrs. first class and every Inch a soldier Standards Tn the United States will not bo country's growth. one who will be respected and menacing. If' the league of nations education must be maintained and J. H. Gorman, of St. Louis. popular with both his superiors and working of proper consideration given to the becomes a fact, if the Ensley and Miss the men under him and always Mrs. Mary such agreements promises a guar- training of the youth of our fair Katherlne Meagher have returned ready to lead the advance. For anty of peace, a strong United land that they may be fitted to from Glasgow, .where they visited years he has been actively identified with the Ancient Order of Hiplaces as builders, Mrs. Dan Hatcher and family. States will not be a dangerous ele- take the'Ir bernians of this city, many of planners and makers of the coming ment In the league. Mrs. R. O. Kessack and little son whom are now following the Stars day. To this end Catholic eduand Stripes. Though Louisville has have returned Irom Atlanta cators are bending their energies, spending several weeks with after lost a valuable officer, Uncle Sam STRANGE SITUATION. Mrs. has secured an experienced and and to this end they will at the Kessack's sister, Mr. C. McLean. a British Catholic of spectacle brave soldier, whom It Is hoped The Educational Association with and Premier appealing to Sir Edward in annual convention discuss presena pleasant visit with her will return victorious After Mrs. higher commission. and of t-day son, Emmet Bartley. Carson to permit a settlement conditions, and help each question would be other to a better understanding of Bartley, Mrs. John Moore has rethe Irish DOUBLE CELEBRATION. to her home at New Hope. ludicrous were it not that it shows the educational problems of the turned In the presence of at least 10,000 the weakness of ithe present British times, thus enabling them to give Miss Martlne Conley, who has ceremony Government in a tragic light. The to the nation always the highest been attending school In Memphis, people and with solemn Right Rev. Miss Gretchen last Sunday evening Iharf" returned home. question could have been set- and most efficient sen-IcIrish Hlshjuiiivan, of Memphis, Is her guest. Bishop O'Donaghue presided at the tled four years ago had Lloyd Grace Archbishop Hanna has taken blessing of the Grotto of Lourdes George and his colleagues the a personal Interest in the conven Mrs. Edward J. McDermott ana and dedication of a magnificent courage to carry out their promises iion ana win ue pieasea to see a daughter, Miss Susan, left Saturday electric service flag at St. Martin's for Chllllcothe to spend a few days church. The grotto is sixty feet They large attendance at San to the Irish Nationalists. Franclco at the Community House at Camp wide and fifty feet high and Is an allowed themselves to be "bluffed" exact reproduction of the one in Sherman. They by Carson and his followers. France. The ceremonies began at SUCCOR OR PERISH! Mrs. John T. Moore and daugh- - 7:30 with a procession, 400 little shamelessly went back on their It is the conviction the far. Mlss Isabelle. who visited Mrs. children carrying flags and torches to Redmond, and now promises bearing a Conmlssiot Moore's mother, Mrs. Martha Boss, and six young ladles carried the to Carson United States Food Kloyd George appeals large flag. Twenty-fou- r that more people have perished nave rerurneu iu wen uumo oi Papal banner, overtopped by the not to stand in the way of some Hartford. Stars and Stripes. Bishop O'Donsort of settlement which will bring through hunger In the present war grotto, a Evelyn aghue blessed and .Margaret the than have been killed by gunpowMisses the manhood pf Ireland into the der, gas or steel. The estimated King and Thomas King left last memorialbyto the late Father Ohle, war. And Carson smiles cynically Fathers Drlscoll, Jerome week for Frankfort, where they assisted and sneers at the weakness of a deaths by starvation are 4,750,000, have been visiting their brother, and White. The flag was blessed In the church by Father Raffo, who government that dares not enforce while only about 4,250',000 have J. J. King. was assisted by Rev. Fathers been actually killed In the fighting. conscription. Edward Tracy Charles, O. S. B.; Francis Martin Mr. and Mrs. Hunger gnawed at the vitals of Carson now contrasts the loyalty have returned from Chicago, and and Aemelian, Rev. Father Felten of ceremonies. of Ulster with the "rebellion" in Russia and weakened her power of are the guests ot Mrs. Tracy.'s par- acting as master resistance, and now the same cry ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wall, in Rev. Father Thomas Byrne, C. S. the rest ot Ireland. He refers to chaplain at Camp S. It., army the opposition to conscription until comes to us from England, France, Jeffersonville. Zachary Taylor, preached an eloWheat must has been given to Italy and Belgium. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ford, quent and most patriotic sermon. Four years ago Carson bo supplied those nations, wo are who have been located In Wash- The people then proceeded to tho Ireland. told, or no assurance can be given ington for the past year, are here church grounds, where the electric headed a rebellion, which was supGermany us that the heroism which now on a visit as the guests ot Mr. and flag was dedicated and the Stars plied with rifles from H. Hines. and Stripes unfurled. The service defied the Britfijh Government. sustains suffering, sacrificing mill- Mrs. Thomas and flag Is the only one of its kind in ions can be maintained behind the That Is the kind of "loyalists" CarMrs. Charles A. Weissenberger this section of country, containing son and his followers are. Yet in battle lines. Americans" are there- and children, of Baltimore, are vis- 130 stars. The music was furnished Bplte of his wllllngnes and his fore asked to abstain wholly, so iting Mrs. Weissenberger's parents, by a band from Camp Taylor. R. Clements, at openly declared purpose to pre- far as circumstances permit, from Mr. and Mrs. T. East Breckinridge OERDON VANEER. wheat and all wheat products until their home, 1015 cipitate civil war in Great Britain street. It is unA pretty wedding was solemnized Carson was taken into the Asquith the next wheat harvest. Louisville people in New York at Holy Trinity church Wednesday Cabinet and was retained in the derstood that all can not equally F. week morning, when Rev. Charle3 Lloyd George Cabinet until a few endure this total sacrifice. Those for businessP.and pleasure last E. T. Gerdon, uncle ot the groom, celewere Col. H. Callahan, ago. Is it any wonder engaged in physical labor need Parsons, R. G. Wulf, M. W. months brated the nuptial mass and united C. R. McAtee and D. P. In the bonds of wedlock Charles F. that Irishmen doubt the sincerity larger bread rations, the Food Vanier. Gerdon and Miss Mamie of homo rule promises coming Commission explains, than those McCune and wife. Arthur J. Eve was tho best man from Lloyd George now? asks the engaged In sedentary occupations. returned and Miss Edna Dalley, of Louisville, Chester John F. So, too, the special requirements True Voice. Hattlesburg, was tho bridesmaid. Following the Wednesday from of children and invalids must zo Miss., whero ho went on a visit to ceremony a Teception and dinner movoment The sons, Sergt. Edmund were given In honor of the happy in Ireland is not a 'rebellion. Its carefully consulted." But the seri- see his twoBoy who are now a Chester, both precsnt phase is that of passive ous warning should be taken to and Sergt. at Camp Shelby. being couple, trip through theonBast. honeymoon heart by all that "As a nation" we stationed resistance to the proposed measTVfra f(inrlfln Qlnmrnor SOME SOfcDIEIt (?) ure. The Bihops and clorgy of must save or sink, succor those announce the engagement of their Ireland have taken It up to prevent overseas or perish with them, Miss It will bo remembered that Just it from falling Into the hands of grasp our opportunity and abs UUn daughter, Firmin Leona Cecilia Stam- previous to the last election here Nippert CBosche. from wheat Is a privilege and' not mer, to agitators, who might The wedding will take place Tues- one of the Republican machine day morning, July 23, at St. workers made a round of the pawn direct it toward revolution. Per- a sacrifice." shops buying up pistols and fireCecilia's church. haps that was the intention ot Not only you can but you Will arms to Intimidate voters on electhose who proposed conscription. Save Some Money It you get Col. J. P. Hanlon and daughters, tion day. Ho was appointed In the the At the present time the situation Thrift and War Saving Stamp Misses Louise, Mary Long and City Buyer's office, but was drafted In Ireland Is a tense one. "We hope habit. Patricia Hanlon, accompanied by Into the army on tho last draft. BeMr. Hanlon's mothor-ln-laMrs. ing sent to Fort Riley, Kansas, our that it will clear up without disEmma Mattingly, are at their cot- brave soldier who did not balk at aster. If It does Lloyd George can YUARS. FIFTY tage at Wequetonalng. Mich., to being a party to starting election Fifty years ago the Christian spend tho summer. thank the Bishops of Ireland lor riots was detailed ono night reopened their first school cently for guard 4uty. Tremblingly it. We do not believe that any Brothers on the Pacific coast. The anni leut. Richard F. Curran. who he asked the Sergeant It he couldn't serious attempt will be made to versary was observed last week by has been 111 for two months at the carry a lantern wane on post duty. enforce conscription. Neither do a notable celebration In San Fran-- 1 base hospital at Camn there Zachary Tho other LouIavHle' boys we believe that there is any serious clsco (Taylor, has recovered and with vouch for this t her-Beot-Mrs. - they enjoyed a pleasant visit with Lieut. Frank J. Higglns, of the g 138th Machine Gun battalion. From Hattlesburg they "wore accompanied to Chattanooga by Walter M. Higglns, where they .spent a lew days Walter JHg-are as the guests Mr. and Mrs. Owen R. Mann glns. visiting relatives at Harrodsburg. Miss Hazel Horan was host at Is home, Cummins Miss Mary a delightful 500 party at the home after a vlst with Mrs. P. H. Welch of her parents in Audubon Park. at Taylorsville. Her guests were members of her Academy. class at Clint Lee are They were Presentation Mr. and Mrs. Burkeley, Misses spending a ten days' vacation at Frances Blanchard, Rose C. Bren- Mary Dawson Springs. nan, Margaret Brown, Margaret Coleman, Cletas Hillerlch, Aline Lizzie Garrett was last week Miles, Catherine Morgan, Dorothy Miss guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lewman, Florence Pike, Evelyn the Murray at Glasgow. Evelyn Schmitt, Irene Klapheke, Schnelderhahn, Kelly visited at Schlinger, Mildred Mrs. Katie Bush Marlon Wetterer and Hazel Horan, Hawesvillc last week, the guest of Mrs. Joe Beauchamp. CALLED TO COLORS. Miss Hattie Higglns and niece, returned Miss Eileen Cllnes, have from Camp Shelby. Miss., where SOGIETY. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT - $6.45 $7.45 $10 White Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS jgfgk " 60c HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY 30x3 30x3 30x3 32x3 32x3 79c Thermold Thermold Thermold Thermold Thermold TII-T- $1.00 NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES FOR GIRLS' WEAR. sys-wi- STOCK. FIRST GUARANTEED aro all guaranteed PI. These CI "Ws. CI PI. CI e, -- ' and third Fridays, Hibernian First 0 Portland. Home. Riley. President John-M- . Vice Piesldent Walter Murphy Secretary John J Financial Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. A Recording Sectetary John DIVISION 3. 1818-182- PI. Ss Ns. Ss 8.60 8.95 10.95 12.25 12.95 stock, with name and serial nvaber attached. We solicit a call to Inspect onr stock at both stores. CityP7loiNES Main 1039 tires flrit 4C0 S. CGG Main Offlco Retail Branch ST. Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, Incorporated S. TIXXBD ST. Martin. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Ar.m- D. s nan. J. Dougherty. Sbee Martin Sentinel Thomas Noone. for SALE or RENT. We Will lk;HANQE your pld model for v a NEW TYPE FAN.' GHILDERS ELEGTRIG GO. ELECTRICIANS DIVISION 4. .Meets second and fourth Mondays Bertraud Hall, Sixth street. 3 PHONES Clt J .135 INCORPORATED 333 WEST MAIN STREBT VTiTmTwT President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrenc D. t.st tT f tff tsfTssTAiT iTb ft sfr Secretary Thomas 734 West Oak street. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard Financial Sentinel M. Meany. J DOUGHERTY & Funera! Directors BOTH McELIOH t and Embalmers t Homo City 200S Mul-doo- 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, J. McDermott. FONTAINE FERRY Climb. Mala e IH02TCJ3jas;. HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Paulsen and His Players Cafeteria MWkMUiVUUiUU.VWHAtHUUVVUMHtUUWkUUMU Restaurant Kiddyland Alerry Garden . Swimming Pool Dancing Hail Other Attractions THE JULY INTENTION. The general intention mended by Pope Benedict XV. to the members of the League of the Sacred Heart during July Is concord between workers and employers. In this intention our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XV., brings forward a question that tho church has much at heart the solution of existing difficulties between employers and workers. The interests of the employer and the worker are Identical, and if they do not work in harmony both must suffer. Avarice on the part of employers and dishonesty on the part of workers are the most frequent causes of labor troubles. The solution of the labor question by perfect concord .between the employer and the worker can only come when each understands clearly that their mutual relations must bo founded on justice and charity. There aro obligations on the part of each, and It is for a more perfect fulfilling of these obligations that we aro requested to pray. The employer must realize that his workers are his brothers, because wo aro all children of God; that wealth , Is intended by God not merely for our own private pleasures, but for the good of others, it is a ein of injustice not to pay a fair wage, sufficient for tho worker to support and educate his family in true Christian spirit. Unfair wages, the sweathours aro shop and unreasonable unjust. Tho worker must understand that justice and charity demand honest dealings with the employer. An honost return of work must bp given for wages received. Unjust demands must not be made and violence must not bo recom- ,HM,lM..H.fr.H 209S-- a J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 1 Eajst Mairx tjc&Gm MHVHHUMUHMUMMHUUMUWWWMUVtHIWVUMiW S12S -- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ; AL. S. SMITH, PROP. il Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST& Mar-bleston- e, . ' "1VTV hare-brain- ed used. w, Most Rev. D. J. Dougherty, D. of PhiladelD., Aroholshop-olephia, will arrive in that city from Buffalo on the evening of Tuesday, July 9, when he will be tendered a Teception "on Broadd street, and he will too solemnly enthroned as Metropolitan of Philadelphia In ct ENTHRONEMENT. the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul on Wednesday, July 10. His Eminence James Cardinal Gibbons, the venerable Archbishop of Baltimore, will officiate at the enRight Rev. Michael thronement. J. Hoban, Bishop of Scranton, will be the celebrant of the solemn Right Rev. mass. Pontifical Bishop Thomas J. Shahan, rector of the Catholic University of America, will deliver the sermon. The reception to the new Archwill be bishop of Philadelphia unique in the annals of this city. Thomas A. Murphy will be Grand Capt. Marshal of the reception. William A. Ryan will he Chief of Staff and Major Edward A. Dady and B. F. Corvln will he Chief Aids. The reception, It has heen announced, will be strictly a parish demonstration. No uniformed bod-le- a will he omitted except Boy DaTk clothes Bcouts or brigades. and straw hats aro recommended. The manner of saluto will bo by the,holding of hat to left shoulder and hy the waving of small flags. H. BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. ricphoue loao. Homo City 2803 REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG, JR. PLTOIBINq AND GAS FITTING ,,, 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. BAKED IIA3L Instead of using the expensive champagne, try baking ham in about three pints o,f sweet elder, basting it often and serving In its ' ,. own sauce. ju:h:&?'XI3obcy ij&k CAREFUL BUYERS rlsh American arc earnestly users whose announcements We aim to protect our read- Is of known responsibility. E. It. SPROWL AJS&JBXXCAJSm RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. win xno Mocxor 147 S. Fifth St., LoulsviUo, Ky. Hoadquartors for Farms. Auction of Real Estate a Specialty. Phones: Cumb. M. 183. Home OLty 583 Good As tho Best MUTUAL CONNEOTIOUT THE lEER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY tting and Hartford, Conn. Wm. H. Harrison, Gonoral Agent for Kentucky, 701-70Lincoln SECOND building, Louisville. 5 Homo City 227-3614; Cumb. M. HEAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER N , As Ever Fluo Cleaner, Latest Patent Boiler Cleaner and Patent Grato Bar will give you a clean record. Every patent guaranteed to save coal. Majn 2304-GEISER MFG. & SUPPLY CO., 038 East Jefferson Y. gBK JpyvyPEV'SV BC.ppppbHScp1ym' PPPPBPPHlHrPfpl Hferi1 PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPKJiPiiPPPPPPiPPPv "" aPQpMpt-tf- SwJmJPT WTtMffW " Tt" fflHBJPRn?r4 ?" S. HK PPPPPPPPPPPPH A. CRKET STREET REUTLINGER & 0 Adoiph Routlingor Poultry and r cases INSURANCE 'pet SHOP FIREPLATE GLASS AND TORNADO, LIABILITY 123 Pod and Both Phones 2406 0. J9i4pwvC'dprAiJrVKK3 'iBtJr JS"vKF''Sr'-JmxWVLxr PPuflPStPft l$&& &? ? JvfoyV jBBKBBBSBEHKtBBbKUttttM THPPPHpPHHsiREpfl9PIPPpHpPPPPH V Bft$lH8BS2iili& IPPPfnPflPSPflUNBb NATIONAL HATTERS PXeP&Eg PMVZBZ2TX ASIOOXL1 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. incorporated, 325 W. Jefferson St., Lonlsvllloj Ky. was orranixed by n to make Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While LOANS Home Phone City 1931 on furniture and other personal You Wait. Soldiers' Uniforms and eriy ai LOWEST SATZI. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bids., and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, S. E. Cor. Third and JeBerseo. Attention and Quality." Both Phones, 2186. weH-knew- ppppBkVHpHpv y aVSbI iiVn oPk1 voMxBhFv'a'.S mI!h. liv tt 1'jJB 9B SflPr H(A9& f &psi&H9ppppppppppR xvSvJBwtPPHPPPSPPPPPPPPPPPPIPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPJl Home Phone Shawnee 803 HENRY GOSS Roofing, Tin Roofs Delivery SOUTH THIRD STREET ENGRAVERS UNITED NEARING COMPLETION. FOR HUMANITY. RACE. Had battled and won or died. But deeper the call by our trumpCome, trample the tyrants down. They call to a race' that is ever And rjsris: AND CONFECTIONARY SOHLIOn ENGRAVING COMPANI ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS The new Knights of Columbus building, 20x80 feet, located in tho area formerly occupied by the Zachary 333d Regiment at Camp Phono City 6692 "SOUTHERN STAR" Taylor, la almost ready for occuH. Plntoff, Prest pancy. With tho changes owing I. Bush, , SLICED BACON to the departures and arrivals of & BUSH PLATOFP ft J! Ready for Your Grtd8 ta tb old and new troops, F. J. Becker, Incorporated of building No. 2, has been placed Horning" GENERAL CONTRAOTORS AND In charge of the K. of C. audiBUILDERS torium on Poplar Level road, and HAMS, LARD, SAUSAOB Special Attention To Repair Work Thomas Kennedy has been transLOUISVILLE PROVISION 00. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished ferred to building No. 2, where he (Incorporated.) will be assisted by Charles Vllller, OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. of Louisville. John Drury has THE SIGN OF QUALITY to base hospital been assigned Home Phone City 6086 duty. Tho K. of C. will soon have five buildings for the men at this mBMtl8o" P FREDERICKS camp. Dealer In y&JfS&! KENTUCKY TRINITY'S 'MOONLIGHT. IAIOO0BY METAL, RAGS. IRON, SCRAP Sec.-Trea- ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. '1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 TIIK FIGHTING 1808. Louisville, Ky 335 W. Main St., Home Phone City 5674 "Read out the names!" and Burke ets sung: s. frown. Jack Went down the list of the dead. Oh, the Stars and Stripes with our green shall shine Officers, seamen, gunners, marines, At front of tho bloodiest fray, Tho crows of the gig and yawl, The bearded man and the lad in And we'll plant our shamrocks beyond tho Rhine, his teens, Kelly and Burke and Shea. Carpenters, coal passers all. Then, knocking tho ashes from out "Well, here's to the right in the Freedom fight," his pipe, Said Kelly and Burke and Shea. Said Burke In an offhand way, Joseph I. C. Clarke. "We're all In that dead man's list, BRAVE PHYLLIS WALSH. Kelly and Burke and Shea." "Well, here to the Maine, and I'm JWlss Phyllis Walsh, a Philadelsorry for Spain," been driving Said Kelly and iBurke and Shea. phia girl who has ambulances and supply trucks in "Wherever there's Kellys there's the war zone, has . been awarded tho Croix de Guerre b4 the French trouble," said Burke. "Wherever fighting's the game, Government for bravery under ifiro Or a spice of danger in grown and devotion to duty. man's work;" WELCOME VISITOR. my Said Kelly, "you'll find name." The Kentucky Irish American "And do wo fall short," said dad as a visitor Wednesday the Burke, getting mad, "When It's touch and go for Rev. Edward J. Lynch, of Henderson, who was for some years at life?" Said Shea, "It's thirty-od- d years, the Cathedral and has a host of friends In this city. Father Lynch bedad, Since I charged 'to drum and fife spoke in glowing terms of the peoUp Marye's Heights, and my old ple of Henderson and their liberal contributions to the various funds canteen Stopping a rebel ball on the for war work. way, by Cripe; sat back, And Kelly drooped his head, While Shea they call him Scholar young never met death with a Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOR Repaired and Painted 1015 S. Twenty-sixtAsphalt Shingles a Specialty St. 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LBARY O Loans to those having reeular in Headquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPBBTM, on their personal security. See us about anything la estate. We sell, buy and rent F. R. POOLEY, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, Home Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. h al T. E. YANN DAIRY INCORPOJTU.THD 008-51- f' Smoke Inspector Troubles THE GEISER SMOKE PREVENTER u tno city ase44t- ' i' You. i J J ' ! ! ! ! ! SAM L. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR FOR COMPANY Phone City 2771 O. T. THOMAS & CO. 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. REAL ESTATE Lonlsrillo, Ky. 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREOT Both Phones 4202 "SOUTHERN STAR" J. G. PULLIAM MOVING AND PACKINCI Motor Truck Express PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY 231 West Green Street Home Phone City 9130 SLICED BACON Incorporated 014-02- 2 Underbill St. Geo.Dearborn Manager Cu W &1P Jr Ml Jfi 4mmS jf p-- SFiK vE S?y Nr "All Ready for Your Grlddlo In tho Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated O. SOHWARTZWALDER 214-21- 6 OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Paper Stock A Specialty SOUTH FLOYD STREET Bet Market ano Jefferson LOUISVILL, KY. PRESIDENT'S TESTDIONY. Many people are restless these days and some are quite hysterical. Their imaginations are aglow with the terrors or glories of war, as the case may be, and thero Is a re action on tho nerves, which Unas outlet in sundry amusing ways. Ono consequence of this is that editors will scarcely pine away for lack Is Their mail-ba- g of diversion. which heanod high with letters ts Council, Y. M. I., will give their second mioonllght of the season on Tuesday evening, July 9, on the steamer Pilgrim. A very attractive vocal programme has been arranged, which includes Miss Ethel Langevin and Ernest Luvlsi, who will render solo selections, and the Treble Clef Quartette, composed of Misses Goldie Mettling, Corlne Davis, Frances Haysley, Cecilia Henley and Rose Henley, will entertain with several high class numbers. Besides the vocal programme there will be dancing. An enjoyable evening has been assured to all Boat leaves foot of who attend. Trinity Home Phono 2550 SHEET METAL WORK Repairing a Specialty. Gutterine and Spouting, Tin, Tile and Slate RELIABLE Roofing. Louis 900-90- A. Broring, D. D. S. 008 East Market Street Phone, Shawneo 2532 QUEEN'S Tho Queon's DAUGHTERS. DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. WHAT DO THEY MEAN? Hall with a good attendance. After There were blossoms of blood on a freo discussion the our sprigs of green were Reddington and Pete Tivnan, amended so that the organization Will Kelly and Burko and Shea that bristle with wonder-poinbe And the dead didn't brag." "Well, of this city, who aro members of may enlarge its field of labor. This "Beloved brethren, I would n pikes of Ireland's fate falling in my duty if in this mo426 W. MARKET the navy at tho Great Lakes Train will bo the last meeting of the' here's to tho flag!" ful 4Jf This is as It should bo, ment so solemn for our dear counLOUISVILLE,. KY. Said Kelly and Burke and Shea. ing Station, wrlto the Kentucky summer. The Board of Directors R)rs are a canny lot, a gens for not ask you to held meeting the lucj4H so fruitful of darksome try I did to the unconquered send 'I wish 'twas In Ireland. for Irish American that they are much home their Mrs. J. C.Tuesday at1295 A complete Uno of Furniture at greetings Impressed with Chicago and its of Murphy, pldunid Plans that the salvation unconquerable army wnlch and prices that aro always tho lowest. has surroundings, but above all they ad- Willow avenue. 1 of the country depends on the covered itself today with new Said tnere's the place," Satisfaction guaranteed. Burke, "that we'd die by mire the good police and fire deability of their friends, and others, glory," said Bishop BranconI, of partments there. Looks like these right, CATHOLIC FEDERATION. too, to expose them or to enlighten the diocese of Ceccano, to a multwo jolly tars are Insinuating. In the cradle of our soldier race And this Is an example of titude of people them. public In the After one good stand up fight. The regular monthly meeting of tho enlightenment, an abstract from square. This Is all the more sigARRIVED IN SAFETY. tho Catholic Federation of societies a letter signed with tho mellifluouB nificant as iBIshop Ceccano belongs My grandfather fell on Vinegar Hill, name "Pellea:" i? to the Province of Rome, whore Mr. and Mrs. James E. Barry, and parishes of Louisville and JefAnd fighting was not his trade; Of course everybody knows that only fifty years ago the Pope was bo But his rusty pike's In tho cabin 1408 South BrooK street, this ferson county 8 will m., held next g your church has been an p. SAVES COAL. in tho Fedtemporal ruler. Tho patriotic week reecived a message telling of Thursday, at still 10c consistent foe of democracy, tho and In the priest ended with these words: With Hessian blood on the the safe arrival at a French port eration quarters both within itself and in civil somakes hotter, cleaner and It .building. President E. J. "Fervently hoping that our vicof tho steamship La Lorraine, on blade." ciety. In fact it "was the originator tory will hasten a just and lasting Cooney states that he is very much more lasting fires. Use Koallno on Miss A 5c preserver of the tyranny of peace, I ask you to cry. 'Long live "Aye, aye," said Kelly, "the pikes which their daughter, on June Mary gratified at the good attendance of your coal and cut the coal bills and 15. Btella Barry, sailed were great the Middle Ages. It is too bad tho army! Long live Italy!' " societies, from 40 to 50 per cent. When tho word was 'Clear the Miss Barry will be connected with delegates representing days there was no Price Ono Dollar per tube. Ono that in those Red Cross at Paris. but is particularly anxious for a the American way!' WN4 to testify this to tho Wilson hotter representation from parishes. tube sufficient for ono ton of coal. "CHEER." Wo were .thick on the roll in ... world. BARRETT WITHDRAWS. ninety-eigKENTUCKY KOALINE KOMPANY SUDDENLY STRICKEN. Ji! i r jp i ,5 r With the above title the Central Ti Kelly and Burko and Shea' 9 9 th r rJSonii 5So' pSfl an? George B. (Cack) Barrett Central Vereln haS "Well, here's to tho pike and the 301 Louisville Trust Building, h nnkPn to wntlv Bureau of the thirty-tw- o Miss Ellen Leahy, who conducts Telephone, City 4405. page ,ssued another nounces his withdrawal from the loor lad o? is It lass? sword and the like!" Glv your boys an education that wlU a store at 215 Penn street, Said Kelly and (Burko and Shea. contest for the Democratic nomin road history with an un- - cent book,et for our boys wlth the prepare tnent for llfo. suffered a stroke of pareloudred ation for City Treasurer, leaving High. 375 PHONES Wednesday and her entire make the dialogue form of Robertson hero ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE for him. Mr. Wilson is his of the up the contents, which humor prove And Shea, the scholar, with rising Senator Sam withdrew in unopposed. alysis side is affected. Hr frtamiR East 903 right tho inter should Mr. Barrett joy, whatever tho President gift to every soldier 113 Vf. Broadway, IioniivlUe, Xy. est of harmony and tho success of have hopes for her recovery. Said, "Wo were at Ramillies. United states says is true, convincing a welcome by well known We left our bones at Fontenoy Democracy and his act of unselfishConducted by the Xaverian Brother. beyond appeal. Be it so; no one, and sailor. Poems used with ness Is applauded on all sides. It the BISHOP Scientlflo And up in the Pyrenees. Classical, WALSn. and Buslneai least of all an editor, cares to add writers havo been publishers Courses, Preparatory Department, Iarg to Mr. Wilson's present trials by consent of the and Beforo Dunkirk, on Landen's plain, Is hoped that in the political future Pool, Well Equipped GymnaSwimming authors, and their selection, along The consecration of the Right of Democracy, which is a bright 2228 Bardstown Road Cremona, Lille and Ghent, contradicting him. And fortunately sium. Terms moderate. Bra Benjamin, Dlr. In this particular case tbore is no with the discretion shown In com- We're all over Austria, France and one, his act will not be forgotten. Rev. Thomas J. Walsh as Bishop of Trenton will take place on July Spain, reason for lack of agreement, for piling the booklet, raises "Cheor" Wagon Builder 25 in the RIG CHURCH PICNIC. far beyond tho level of a mere colCathedral at Buffalo. Blacksmith and Wherever they pitched a tent. "As Netf to You as tbe Nearest Phone" In his "New Freedom" tho Presl lection of wit and wlticism. AnyFor years the new Bishop was an We've died for England from Rubber Tiring. dent of the United States has writ one The annual church picnic of St. indefatigable worker desirous of assuring a soldier in Western Waterloo ten: or sailor relativo or friend a pleasbo given on New York and was FUNERAL FLOWERS There is ono illustration of tho ant Elizabeth's church will To Egypt and Dargal; boloved by McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn 1020 hour will do well by sending And still there's enough for a the school grounds, East peopld of all denominations. The Mowers and Rakes. value of the constant renewal of people Copies of Buffalo Burnett avenue, on Tuesday and corps or a crew, aro making socloty from tho bottom that has him ono or more copies. A full line of repairs. A Special Spray $3.00 Wednesday, July 16 and 17. A splendid preparation for the event. Kelly and Burko and Shea." always interested mo profoundly. can be had from the Central Bureau A Special Wreath $5.00 The only reason why government of tho Central Vereln, Temple "Well, here Is to good honest fight- euchre will bo given on Tuesday Bardstown Road Garage. evening and Wednesday afternoon. IRISH THAT FIGHT. ing blood!" did not suffer dry rot in tho Middle building, St. Louis system Ages under the aristocratic Said Kelly and Burke and Shea. A freo vaudeville hill will be given JUNIOR RED CROSS. on both days. which then prevailed was that so James McCafferty, of GUilford, many of the men who were efficient Dei., describes himself as "a "Oh, the fighting races don't die B St. Benedict's Academy at St. HENDERSON. instruments of government were red heated out, luturiiu M school who would like to help lick tho drawn fr6m the church, from that Cecilia, the Sacred Heart If they seldom dio in bed, KncffHfcsita The Rev. S. J. Mensa, of Reed, Kaiser." He has four sons In the great religious body which was then at Seventeenth and Broadway, and For love Is first in their hearts, teurtti Amctisjc Lanfffflp Ky., was a visitor in Henderson United States service and two the only church, that body which Bt. Helen's at, Shlvely, are, the no doubt," parochial last week, and in response to an we now distinguish His youngest Said Burke; then Kelly said son, telegraph Flowers Everywhere ligious bodies as thefrom other re- latest tho Junior schools to affiliate We Red Cross. from the Rotary Club de William McCafferty, They "When Michael, the Irish Roman Cath- with NORTON BUILDING reached his an auuress mat siirrea ms twenty-firolic church. Tho Roman Catholic have been enrolled since June 25. livered birthday and was told angel, stands hearers to tho highest pitch of en- by his father that he wanted him H. W. Carrier Fourth and Jeffersi was then as it is now a each with a goodly amount deposchurch The angel with (the sword, great democracy. There was no ited to its credit. When two or And the battle-dea- d from a hun- thusiasm. His remarks were patri- to register for tho draft. The son peasant so humble that he might three other parochial schools that otic and timely and gave encourage- said that there was too much Irish dred lands ment to all who heard him. not become a priest, and no priest have all but fulfilled tho entrance fighting blood iu him to wait tor a Aro ranged In ono big horde, so obscure that he might not ibecome requlreomnts have made applica- Our line, that draft, and ho enlisted in tho navy. InETOwtaK tad Abrwrmil Halls IScMlficiIfy Treitsd for Gabriel's Pope of Christendom; ST. JIARTIN'S PICNIC. and every tion for membership the entire trumpet waits, chancellery in Europe, every court list of Catholic parochial schools Will stretch three deep that day, KILKENNY HURDLER. Litsey Dr. U; Europe", was ruled by theso of the city and county will be in- From Jehosaphat In Extensive preparations have been to the Golden learned, trained and accomplishehd cluded in the roll of honor for the made for St. Martin's annual picnic ChirJUist Gates John Purcell, of Kilkenny, Iremen, tho priesthood of that great Junior Red Cross. which will be held at Phoenix Hill land, and Kelly and Burko and Shea-- " 607 member of tho English and dominant body. What kept "Well, here's thank God for tho Park on July 9. Euchre and lotto army, who is In this country on a Starlca government alive in the Middle will be played in tho afternoon, for furlough, will give an TREAT IRISH RIGHT. race and the sod!" exhibition Ages was this constant rise of the Said Kelly and Burke and Shea. which beautiful prizes have been of hurdle racing at the Irish games Both Phoaes sap from the bottom, from tho rank secured. Treat tho Irish peoplo properly, There will also bo a In New York City on July 14. Purand file of the great body of the advises the Rev. Dr. McMahon, of number of other beautiful articles cell Is champion hurdler of Great NEED YOUR IIELP. people through the open channels New York City, and they will do We're out on the quaking battle disposed of at tho wheels, many of wear, wo do not yet seo many of Britain. of the priesthood. That, It seems to o them. ground, which aro and very useDid you over know that tho me, is one of tho most interesting everything that Is right in this war As the Irish went 'before, ful. d Palatable meals will be what any peoplo Leather coats have beon Invented MOTHERS' BURDENS. Catholic Church Extension Society and convincing illustrations that would do and that is fight autoc- Where tho bay'nets shine and tho served by the ladies and an enfor damp weather wear. They guns resound, joyable time is assured all who receives offerings for masses and could possibly bo adduced of tho racy to the death. Irish descendants In too many families the mothor shimmer and shine 4n tho rain and Be the fight afloat or ashore. In this country aro doing more distributes them among priests, thing that I am talking about. assumes tho caro of everything and protect ono from cold. Pellos' nerves aro quiet. Presi- proportionately toward the man- America calls, and our lives we who many "times would bo forced to dent Wilson has spoken. aro but genteel her daughters One of t' o smartest scarfs for power success of tho MARINES GOOD FIGHTERS. stake American loungers in tho household. The wear with tho tailored frock Is give up their good work in poor To blast out the Kaiser's den, army" than any other similar racial Friends of tho 'Marino Corps ex- work which could bo so easily and sections of the country were it not fox, now much moro popular SENSE FOR GIRLS. group in our social make-uFree pressed tho greatest pleasure at tho quickly done if each boro a share is silver its brown and taupo brothers. To And the world ono great than for the mass Intentions that aro plok an example, there are 19,000 Union make. news of their work in France. Tho sent to them by tho Extension SoPerhaps tho smartest silk gloves The Catholic girl who (must work With tho males all fighting men. part they aro taking in the thick left for tho hands already weakmen, of ciety? With these offerings they for a living should look out on life Catholic aro of the majority for street wear aro those of heavy On ocean, In Picardy, Flanders, of tho fighting and tho splendid ened by heavy burdens. whom Irish extraction, buy enough to feed sanely. are able to gray weave. She should not lose her ampng the 30,000 members of the They aro made In Lorraine, success of their efforts was pointed FOR WOMAN'S T3YE. and clothe themselves, and thus head over every stylo freak, nor try various good shades, suitable to Wo strike for it day by day. h to as justification for putting them division, formerly keep up the good work in districts to pattern after the young woman tho Now York wear with any street frock. To the swing and rush of our Irish into tho front lino. "There National Guard aro The saucy llttlo sash gambols where the people aro too poor to whose parents have an oversupply The diamond earrings will not Btraln, no bettor fighting men in tho all through summer frocks. support a priest, and where tho of" the world's good things. The return to fashion, but tho ostrioh Kelly and ' Burke and Shea. world than tho marines," said fteld- for doing good is usually so girl who has any tasto at all knows The sealskin sacque will como feather and tho sealskin coat will Then "the Allies our toast; let tho PICNIC AWARDS. Daniels when told of what ' large. At any time that you that good material, cut on good como out on tho primrose path of Germans roast," they had done. No announcement back with the ostrich feather. would like i&ome missionary to say lines, will give the wearer a poise All the smartest shops are still fashion in tho early autumn. Said Kelly and Burke and Shea. has been made as to tho strength The new touring car disft mass for you In this little chapel, and distinction young posed of forFord that the the When you see the new felt hats of St. of tho marine forces abroad, but going in for tho morning dress of syou may send your offering to tho woman who adopts loud dressing Aloysius church at benefit Valley Deep down in our hearts it is dispatches indicated they exploited on all eidos, with their Poweo aro hold- gingham. So-- never attains. Catholic Church Extension (girl who was awarded to John G. Gobln, of Hence the gloves, Of tho white France agrah, those sole trimming consisting of the tining a section alono would Uit.v. MnfJoranlclc 7K0 Ibulldinsr. would look her charming ibest As wo troop to stand by her require moro than that (brigade stitched with black aro smartest. sel cord worn by American offiConfederate Home. The a go, 111., nd feel assured that either in the busy workroom or tho 1lO CTOchotted flYlfl cers, you will realize, that tho glitBfrATltrfh lift( to Tttrlnfnn.l They como in various styles. will be said In accordance Business office mus-- keep In quiet Mrs. E. B. yoke, was awarded ave- Where eiae, old brigades with their organization is the fMlnch, 31C In spite of tho prediction of the ter of war Is to bo put into autStlltz approximately com- wtehee. jr colore and graceful, dignified lines. nue, Louisville. return of short sleeves for street umn costumery. 'j.ittu pieteu. "5 ITALIAN BISHOP First street at 8:15. their monthly meeting yesterday afternoon at Knights of Columbus by-la- Daughters hold PATRIOT. H'tH"H'fr'H"H''' SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash Little 4 ' i KOALINE ago-lon- Inter-Southe- rn ). d4. r:44 4 t X I H JlnU fl ht Jeffer-sonvill- e, JOHN M. SCHMITT wm d, Irish-Americ- an FRED ERHART ARCHITECT sons-in-la- Arch-'invitati- on joriktk: st CORNS.BUNIONS m 5c wmmmm "loisr hand-mad- right-minde- p. i Twenty-sevent- Sec-rota- ry t o . kc:extxjcis?v JRfet..dr iiwhi abcbrioak- HWRPUSPttB iii n mi uniiiiiii ii ii i iiWMpwMMWMMHMMBWMWCTBr FURNITURE When you buy Furniture you should buy the kind that is net made to give away with trading stamps or cheap, trashy premiums. We do not handle trading stamps, but good Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. HEADQU1 fo: CONNR Suits for JAMES GREENE! 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. rH9 w wqb feMfchSk-sate. . - :.mKIB.!ijLiLlLS BEST VALUES IN T GEN. PERSHING a.dM& yMJP vM1g"-INSPECTS AMERICAN TROOPS IN FWANOE. leg Sunday afternoon when his motorcycle collided with an automobile driven toy Miss Jane F. Doherty, 422 Meigs avenue, An ambulance from the Government Depot iwas called and O'Brien was sent to St. Edward's Hospital, New Albany. Ho was to have been one of five selects who were to go to ValBpeclal t SECOND AND BltEOiaNIUDOB, Book-keeping, LOUISVILLE, ICENTUOKY. and Teaches kindred subjects. Day and Night classes tlio year round. Our system is right; our prices are right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting The picture shows Gen. Porshlng inspecting American soldiers "Somewhere in France." The high efficiency of our soldiers now "over there" is due to the strenuous training and to the rigid inspection by the officers. Everything For Confirmation WeS Boys4 Store Third Floor HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. mam op iwmbiiS J. D. OREAGER, E. H. Prln. s LANNIN6. PRES. Fifteenth and Magnolia S. 966Y City 3101 E. L J. Ml DOUGHERTY, Main Office City 510 Vict Prts. First and A Sts. S.10S8Y HIEHAUS.Sec.-Tfea- ElevatorPops and Payne Highland 1462 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and L.EVVS :S MARK E.T AT TH I D :: Where the QuicK Meal Comes In ot GEHER & SON, Homo Rhone Shawnee SOO There were 104 In the class reDivision 3 met last evening. cently initiated at Emerson, Neb. THIN CITY LEAOUK. 4 will meet next Monday Division. (INCORPORATED) 2 1- -2 Lbs. With 1,300 members and visitors 65c evening. The heavv dnwunmir nf mn inn attending, 'BInghamtou Council in- The division at Denver has In a oerrss runs crop is xnowk roa Sunday at noon spoiled the day f0r.,t,ate(1 a cIass of 100 vested ?1,00 Oln thrift stamps. QUAUXT. the City The council at Chilllcothe, Ohio, schedule, will be no national con only Twin game baseball As there DISTRIBUTORS OF THE one turnout In tho vention this year the State and Mackin and the being played, that of had a monster parade. Champs, the former iourtn or July also have County conventions will ninth-Innin- g winning out In a rally. Importer ana Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Topeka Council has furnished to be postponed. Manager Leo Connelly has the Mac-ki- n forty-nin- e Direct to Consumer. men to tho army and John McKIernan Is giving Tom boys going at a pretty good gait 312 W. KAJUCET'-BT- . ZeUXSTXUHB, JET. Langan and Tim O'Leary a close now and expects to give the leaders navy out of a membership of 237. Government prices. Louisville Council has had more All coal sold Return this advertisement with remittance and we race for the honor of being the ball trouble before the flacr race Is de K. I. A. and larger initiations this year will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. team's 'best rooter. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. cided. The other two games, were ball players called off on account of wet than ever before. One of tho Hibernian Rev. Father S. L. Dowd. chap now In the navy says that up at grounds. Tomorrow the schedulo is Council, has been HWWVWtWVWWWVmWWWWWWWMWWWWWMWW tho Great Iakes they refer to the as "follows: Mackin vs. A. O. H., lain of Omahaarmy chaplain and A. O. H. as "America's Only Hope." Champs vs. Vernon and Trinity vs. appointed as Denver Hibernians had a great K. of C. On Sunday. July 14. the stationed at Camp Grant, Rockford, patriotic celebration on the Fourth, annual field day of tho Twin City ill. in which interest ran high. The League will be held at Eclipse Park . Omaha Council will picnic for proceeds were for the war relief through tho courtesy of Owner the children of St. James Orphanwathen, and a programme of field age, the Sisters stationed in Omaha fund. 'Is the ever willing servant of these who of tho events and two star games aro be- and for the members and their celebration The big rourth of July at Portland, Ore., ing arranged. One of tho games families. will use it, giving them power to transThe first cantonment hulldlng was conducted by tho Hibernians will be the regular league game Special of the two leaders, and the standing erected in Missouri by tho War of wires and Ladies' Auxiliary. mit their voice over a net-wor-k Activities Committee of the Knights street car service was required for at present Is as follows ' of Columbus was dedicated at North to many points in the State of Kentho large attendance. W L Pet. Kansas City Sunday morning by 1 One of the Keystone police Vernon 1... 834 Bishop Burke, tucky and elsewhere. .who celebrated the ,.. 4 stopped a Hibernian who was "taking K.ofC 2 .667 Held mass. Bishop LIllIs preached an off day and said: "You'll have Hibernians S.. 4 2 .667 the sermon. ,1, . 4 Economical-Efffcicnt-Rcli- able to work or fight." The Hibernian Mackin Service 3 571 T. B. Newman, of New Albany, " said: "Well, I'll fight, are you Trinity.... 4 333 one of Champ" s...injLv"f.. o ready?" The Keystoner ibeat it. 7 t0O is now side of the field men on tho , other the Atlantic. Fully Owing to tho postponing of the 300 more will bo needed and aro AT FORT HILEV. national convention, Mrs. Mary F. now going over at tho rate of McWhorter, National President of a week. John P. Kenealey, tho former twenty-fiv- e the Ladies' Auxiliary, has called a W. J. Mulligan, who has just remeeting of the National Board at star third baseman in the Twin City INCORPORATED Atlantic City on tho third Tuesday League, is now stationed with the turned from France and succeeds Col. P. H. Callahan as head of the In July, which date was to have War Activities Committee, will do marked the opening of the conven well to keep In motion tho vast tion. work Initiated and so successfully nOLLENBACII'S WINE HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLLENBACH 00 The Hibernians are showing conducted by the latter. INCOnPORATJH) Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. their patriotism In more ways than wSj one. One thousand dollars' insur Importer and Dealer in Distiller Of 1AWX FETE AT ST. ANX'S. ance Is to be taken out by the Den WINES OU FORTUNA SOUR MASH AND LIQUORS ver division for each member who On next Wednesday and Thursgoes Into the national service. So "HOMiENBAOH" 144 South Third Street PURE RYB day St. Ann's annual lawn feto Home Phone 1191 many members are in the service SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Sg W. Mala St. Loabrrille, Kj. will be given on the church that are joining: our War Savings Club. One dollar's and are going on the it will be a grounds at Seventh and Davles Hundreds heavy expense division. "But avenue, at tho end of the Sixth worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings we want to prove to the boys that street car lino. There will we are with them, heart and soul," bo deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1,000 members. amusements and attractions said State President Jerry Sullivan. for I! young and old and the usual social Cmmb. South 2403a games will take place each afterFbon City 3104 UXFUKL skkvick noon. Besides tho customary reBR-&JD- Y freshments a dairy lunch will be SZVJS&. Two service .flags were unfurled served at very moderate prices. and blessed at Catholic" churches, The ladles and gentlemen of the St. John's and St. Elizabeth's,-las- t parish have made such preparaSunday afternoon with Impressive tions that all who 1130 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. come to the ceremonies and In the presence of lawn feto will be assured large gatherings of people. The pleasant time. Those who of a come (lag at St. Elizabeth's ohurch, with iu ou Anns entertainments are one of its seventy-fiv- e stars golden, always anxious to return. was blessed by the Itev. Father Assent, the pastor, and an elo i TUESDAYS VQli CHILDREN. Where work la quick!) quent and forceful discourse was Where the home U done; brightest; delivered by Rev. Ignatius Fealy, At Fontaine Ferry NONE BETTER NONE PURER eesu instructor at tho chaplains' school Where cooking Where the work la day" will be observed "children's at Camp Zachary Taylor. Singing henceforth real fun; llEhtect; on every Tuesday throughout or patriotic airs and benediction tho season, this concession to the little Where baking glrea de- followed. Where the meal U With high mass celelight; folks being inaugurated this week. cooked beet; by Rev. Father Schuhmann, brated of assisted by several army ohaplains 3 lithe Cavalry at Fort Riley, Kan- Children who come to the park beWhero drudge U Where the range taadi sight from Camp Zachary Taylor, tho sas. Trooper Kenealey writes that tween the hours of 1 and 4 the teat his That's the where where tht nag ai bt. jonn's church. Clay and 60 per cent, of the soldiers in hav- 0 clock Inwill.. he admitted free, as CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, .That's ... USUal fhn nflonim twin .i "Quick Heal" seme Walnut, was blessed and unfurled, troop are Roman Catholics, he .uvu.1, 'Quick Meal" eomee receive a ticket which will will the large congregation en- praying ing been detailed In making up the a,Is 10 ine use of one of the iinu uie-iireboys may religious affiliations. that its fifty-eignV. n,i..., Oianv devlppa i turn victorious, without Qalelc Mal Ga Ramies Sold, Installed aad Highly Reooramaadail hurt of as the pony track or "kiddyland." body If possible and without harm RECENT DEATHS. BOTH PHONES Home City 1389 Cumb. Alain 138 of soul In any case. 215 vi JOU- "'"""b01 fnlnft V HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL CO. SEKrsnr.o:E paraiso, Ind., Monday morning for service. Mulloy's New Blend Coffee For QXJAIvIIY at that its High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal THE HOME TELEPHONE BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA IT IS ......... WHISKY PURE. i...K' I Louisville Home Telephone Company SAYS Liberty Insurance VtrwtvvTivv',' Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS PRACTICAL PLUMBERS jH McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky J. & SOIXTS, flags. HaaaV' i DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT r IF.RX.L.BEERI! f Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure, i ht i fr W. MARKET ST. COSIPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIPS. Announcement is made this Caul). Phone Weat 0203 week of the establishment .of over 100 free scholarshlos In tho fmw school of agriculture at Notre Dattie University. Ninoty-si- x of ine scnoiarsnips aro donated by the Oliver Plow Works and tho Park and Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE. 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. 4 M. ). BAHHQK. BRUEN'S PrssWent awl Miugtr. Saturday morning the funeral of M. Reeder, for many years a respected resident of this city, was held frpm St. Joseph's church, of which he was an old and devout Surviving him are his member. wife, Mrs. Mar Reeder, 128 Stoll avenue, and four sons, Frank, Joseph, Anthony and John Reeder. Frank uat aiways taKen dei. Ci light in "J" ministering to the children and arranged this plan for their pleasure during tho summer, in the theater another great bill will be presented next week, all the numbers being of headline order. COTXNELS AWAY AGAIN. 1 1 FUST Bffll INCORPORATED CO ?. BANNON. JR.. Vict Prat, and Treis. P. : BANN0N PIPE CO. J ARCHRISnOP ' SrUXDEIiEIN. The Most 'Rev. Georgo W. Mun- wan LopiBg, urata Tile, vitriHea BrtcK, deloln. Archbishop of Chicago, Z Fire Preofisg, Flae Liaiag, Fire BricK, celebrated his forty-sixt-h birthday anniversary TueMay. Archbishop S Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. Mundeleln Is oee of the most enSATISFIES THAT LONGING. jceep aioins away. ergetic members of tho American OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. hierarchy aad mu done much to INJURED IN COIiLISION. 5 PKONSS CITY 1ia To keen ninthd CUMB. MAIN S07. frnm aid the poor of Chicago. He is a great friend t Cwtholk! organiza- chests or drawers sprjnklo with "'' Charles R. O'Brien, twenty-fiv- e "WORKS-ThJttee- atk INCOXPOBATKD aad Broefciariai aad Ninth aad Majtaalia. apeelal (Interest in white cloves. This Is better than years old, 402 Stanolfer avenue. tions and PHONE CITY 859. LOUlSVf camphor or cedar dustings. Howard Park, suffered a fractured the Holy Name' ftoeiety. 873-178n-- i f wuiyen ripe, awr aaaBaBnea's Fateat Lidded Pipe (or Steam Condaits, Studebaker Corporation, of South Bend, Ind., and the others by cer tain DanKers wnoso names are not yet made public-- as ithe Hat instill incomplete. The Olivet and the Studebakei1 companies haVe given forty-eigscholarships each, ono for every State- in the Union. The scholarships are .for the full course of four years; which leads to a degree In agriculture. They cover tuition, but not board. With them goes a pronlise of a position with these great manufacturing firms after creditable graduation. These scholarships will be awarded by competition and will go to tho two .young men In every State writing the best article on certain subjects portalnlng to agriculture. A list of these subjects, from which candidates may choose one, may be had by application to Notro Dame dalvorslty. The competition is now open and will close on August Bubjects Two 10. already announced are "Food Production" and "War Savings." , ht services for Edward years old, were Haley, twenty-on- e 's held Saturday morning at St. church. Deceased was the only son of Mrs. Ella Haley, 732 West Jefferson , street, and until stricken with tuberculosis was a clerk In the First National Bank. The bereaved mother Is his only survivor. Funeral Pat-lick- Sister Jeronlma, who would soon have completed fifty years In the service of her heavenly "Master, pa&sed peacefully to her eternal reward Sunday morning at St. Agnes She wa3 seventy-flv- o Sanltorlum. years old and death wa3 caused by hardening Of the arteries. The body was taken ,tol Nazareth Monday mdrnlng for injerment. and left Thursday night awing arounu tho Eastern branch of the Association, not returning hnnift nirnln ?inll Tnlw 1 a giving only two days' baseball here ' one soua montn. Despite tightwads in Minneapolis and the St. Paul, the AnsnofnMnn fivoa nmmlaa of making a good showing the last nuii 01 me season, tne race being Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common a close one, and with the knowledge our boys "over there" are dothat Dae to the great demand we are lew BOTTLING COMMON i ing a good Job we can nil now sit baqk and enjoy the old national aad it yeu have tried the rest eet the BEST. Came in ATI fUIv fmjnn nf mtnil The Louisville fans can bo proud PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69,' of Owner Wathen, who when he s.Vw some of his stars slipping IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE jumped Into tho market and bought players from the Southern jjcaKue mat win again put tho team in the race as a pennant hull tnn !.. stopped with us two days this week, the first time ihnlnc finmo einn LiOUiflVllln The Juno 1G, FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. LOUISVILLE KENTUCj Falls City Beer OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER r f I tk JOHN F. OERTEL A: T