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Kentucky Irish American: July 13, 1918 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 kec1918071301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: July 13, 1918 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKE THE TO HEICKS STORE CBHSttVATIW Fcr Anjtbfoe Ycu May Ntri Ifl HENRY HEICK HARDWARE CO. 322 V. Market St. Both Ptwmis 432 LouhtWt, Ky. Kentucky 2. HHlllllllllllMBmr HbUmsHHIIIHb' V VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, 1JULY 3, 1918. the Street iS Company cleared away the nw, and "the big 3now" was eivna dally as an excuse for everythlngltho Board of Works couldn't do. iMr. Miller said tho board couldn'jjgot proper help and Iish American NMMNKL& Zu'-Swkvi- KEEP COOL ICE CREAM 139 S. UJghih St. HARMON'S Wholesale and Retail Home Phone City 7075. PRICE FIVE CENTS, IRELAND Irt w? FbHIh fslK i VK MW flslWlillBB HHf slllv MmKK sBHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilHI J XsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKH DARK AGES Wonderful Light is Itcflcctcd From That Remarkable Period. g Double Ihitry Fruit of Labors of a Book-keepin- fKiMfwK&-'fUB?KklKtB,Mmjtfom'$T9- T. P. O'Connor, M. P., Kclatcs Inside Fncts ol Itcccnt Irish fcsiMBMsJwsm History. Rebellion Was the Work of Lord Kitchener rind Carson. HKBK iHsilflisillllllllHMBllMBBiK 1 xk& BIllllsHHHBDIBHlllflBHBlBfllllllilKWk Forcing Conviction Thnt the Gun Was Most Trustworthy "Weapon. day or two with a mass of flgurea telllncr him intwh innrn mHi la being gatheredjhow than for the same period irill917. And saddest .of all, the poofctold Herald has to. publish these JJJstatements of efficiency" In rotujn for a sop or two of advertising political prestige. One reward this week was the appointment of JJ&H. Scales, circulat ing manager offthe Herald, to the post of License Inspector. Scales was a candidate for Secretary of the Fire Department and also City Assessor. He 1"T a close friend of Searcy and It ,1s rumored acts as the collector - o tho yellow card dues for tho Republican organizaI I acknowIedgedjthat the garbago wasn't being feathered, but the press bureau ,wlll come out in a V - i the Friar. Lofty rdcallsm That Pervaded the Thought of the People. MANY ARE SHOWN THEIR NATIONAL VOLUNTEER GROWTH "" Following Is the first of threo articles by T. P. O'Connor for the Critics of the middle ages aro as Catholic Citizen, disclosing some numerous as the vast army of thoso tac.tR of the Irish situation. All who have but a smattering of learnthe trouble appears to come from" ing, without having acquired an inl the old "Protestant Ascendancy telligent knowledgo of history, litTory the element" otherwise WHERE WOUNDED OP BATTLE ARE SUCCORED. a'unenTWiftDf t)hnrffr nitsTiwas uMder CONFERENCE BETWEEN BATTLES. Junkers, who as "the British garerature or science. Such critics 1 company Cant? Fercua Phot!T"sTl uw rrouuer A French dressing station immediately in tho rear of the lines rison" held the Irish down, mkch as uiemenceau aiSCUSSlng the moves of Wffr with deserve no serious consideration. in Prussian garrlsorr nowVholds Picardy where pollus wounded Cn tho heavy recent fighting on that Kennedy, a brae fireman and ev- flnn. PnKiln the rear uen. weygant TllPKA Ipnrlnra nrnf .(.Am. Blnco as Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler ery inch a geatleman, who was Hin llolirl.ins 1nwn. In UlsterMlie front have their wounds temporarily dressed. Commnnder-ln-Chle- f of all the allied armies. has it, they only "Invito attention 'fired' liv tlift nreaont nnllpo nnA supports tovGen Foch, commonality long enjoyed "S Junker to the limitations of their knowl fire department ifwreckers for tho "tenant right" that the other Irishg naredTo'F'-othawful crime of having a union card than constitutional were given at all of the buildings edgo and sympathy." In hla treatise The counties were denied. on and was man eiouch to acknowl landlords were of the methods. One luTtlrcT factoracted ....... ,c "l"'P. aiaue- - Dressier and out "Philosophy" Dr. Butler points edge that he joinisd the union. An y imam Jhujiarr being powuer magathe iiiiu Junker class. Up to 1808 the Irish zine u bjuuk uu viitsand disappointthe most of thoso wonderful accomplishments Of resentment ages In science, education, other small act was to reduce CaDt. popular: people were compelled to support Martin McCue, afibjave and efficjfiiit On Wednesday night Miss Rose the drama, jurisprudence, art and by tithes the Junker Established ment. A number of officers in the ureman, ana tmstaner His hoy had Henley and a company of ten en- - architecture, and social and politiof Curragh Camp, Ireland's great miliChurch, although given his life ikf trying to save The tary center led toy Gen. Gough, a leriamers 'gave a song recital at cal development, and rlchtlv con them worshiped elsewhere. Irish Junker clement even today name painfully familiar in the last Much Amused nt the Big Bow some one in theiwillard Hotel fire. New Chaplains Arrived and building No. 2, where Secretary tends that no age may bo termed Mayor,Smlth,' Jolnson and tho rest a mutiny Tom Kennedy holds forth. monopolize the best public and tow weeks organized The "dark" which reflects so much light Have Already Begun Between Local Republican should Indeed belproud rule and this coldiers would not let this talented In so many fields of accomplishof their Their against home private offices in Ireland. Tho people of I,ouIsvlHe record. company of young ladles go until ment. Work. opposition to home rule is chiefly audacious attempt to reduce orFactions. derly, Those who thoughtlessly or intenare to be pitied, Sincerely yours, and constituthey had lengthened selfish; they will lose the "snap" tional England their tionally disparage the accomplishto the level of tho "WllllamM. Reddlngton, many numbers. they now possess and the people old Spanish republic ''Capip Paul Jtfnos, Great Lakes, and the On Thursday night Miss Lillian ments of that remarkable period of will come into their own. history have shown Mr. Redmond was the very first pronounclamento created as Intense Davy Itoho Wants Civic Center, Foley Will Have Trudeau sang many songs for the the error of frequently beenVet General A gentleman Iwas their ways. noys at tne canm. telling the Vicar tho man. following the speech of Sir resentment In England among the and hnr mm. Chaplain Assigned West working classes and all Liberals as While Board Forget Pretruth can not be told . or corrob- writer the other jW how Col. Lud-loularity has grown to equal that of AHfl Edward Gray, In August, 1914, to In tul inn uiiuu, jiur tun iL . nfin Ireland; but the rebellious offi iCTI l Petty was invfelgled Into acceptmere oe pledge the adhesion of Ireland to uie aiissoa Evelyn "Point. and rpnnl sent Duty. ing the post of Chief of Police, He J'nlltph whn nA dill l.An.ltl an' ,mrm ,n recalling from timo to .., ,..,., , England In this war, on the ground cers were allowed to retire not only ,im mo ueut wo owo in many said that NatlonaMjRepublican Com., 'f,!,u On Frdlnv nlirlif a rMntin inua Hlftln'a in tlio mnn Mrtm lllrn.1 nrwl that England was fighting the battle without punishment tout with the . vvuniuii 0" mitteeman HertTMrho Jurnlshes the of freedom and that Ireland could honors of war. And yet curiously ., .. Riven at tne auditorium On fhn .n-.- i i .. money for the loellptepublican manot take any other side but that ot enough, In spite of these precau- Former Fireman Now e3 .ng fact o 5? in Navy chine, didn't waXjtfSearcy to con- Letter From France Tells What nave come hero to work In the of Mr. tions and in spite of the active That declaration freedom. valuable systems of modern business " Redmond, trol, so ho forcedkpur near Mayor Pays Respects to Reform suddenly, made work of the extremists In Ireland coining K. of C. iravc Done officers' training school of the there was little apdouble entry field artillery. without consulting Irish opinion, and in America, any These soldiers have control, fruit of the thought and laAmlnfstration. There. parent sign of change of heart as Chairman of tsi&Board of Safety to work from 5:30 In the morning Is the without consulting even With Mr. and Petty ns Chlilfipt Police. Petty who in Ireland. Redmond's chief colleagues until 9:30 at night every day ex- bors of a poor friar of tho fifteenth Recruiting still went on; the was expecteo, asiwi astute organ cept Saturday anU Sunday, and tho century. Thus it is evident that were absent in Ireland, was neverundergoing izer, to build upj political machine reception given In their honor on oven In its own particular sphere, In theless accepted by Ireland with Irish regiments were enthusiasm, and the enthusiasm rapid training in the different KEYSTONERS HAVE WARM CLEW with the police! rce, but Searcy FIRST MASS AT WEST' POINT last Friday night was very much the science of "business," the modern turned the jokel llHert and 'Petty appreciated toy them as tho majority the world has been obliged to sit at translated itself Into acts as rapidly camps, and they were being turned feet of a religious of that age by unloading soldiers. "yap" motor as in England. Thousands of our into robust and skillful never leave the camp. which Is so frequently condemned men andconduchifgl Petty, whom 'young men rushed to the training But with stupidity, though it( may On account of the quarantine. as. Jiavi impractical yand from some of' the camps and they went there accom- be removed Democrats are lookinc lurwaru thIatterffonjid,'ji4i5slblebe(,ause HtheJDepoii Tackwar ngv,toeen dinHtlioso.. thlncfiiwklch? leaders, by high places in England, always to the primary and November elec theywere- - or the "no brains"" k'Ind to take upthe IC panied by their local IJIOTKTSfliUC.'l cuuuLwiuiraujuun-MU'uurjiwy.." .WIH-ia Caworkot Camp fjAnnninntnM t t "a?'r their priests, by crowds, by bands, lurks and jumps out from its dark tion without any 'misgivings, but and don't know one street from an- Zachary Taylor. They are very utwcKmca la i uweaiy-nou- r i grinu,: nustrv. commp.nn n n A wf n n n pfSflBSBE" whenever any popular the same does not nold cood for other when you get them away by processions. The Irish in Great recesses to welcome at this time, as with tho The soldiers not being allowed be Two riarknble facts are brought Britain an important section of movement has to too, stabbed. the Republicans. Sonator James Is from the car tracks or lines on leave camp, Unfortunately, tho War Of- assured of tho nomination and elec- which they worked. Many of them departure of the priests in the chap- tion building swarm to the recrea- out K this connection by the ManIrish race often forgotten, the for entertainment. lains' training school the work at chester some weeks ago. though they number nearly two fice had then at its head one of the tion on the Democratic end, while are not even in this year's di Camp Taylor was very heavy last The following Is a letter recelvod The oneGuardiantooftho origin and most stubborn and most powerful uruner and Bethurum on the G. O. rectory. Petty sees all of this now Saturday refers of the million and a halt of people Tho now by the General Secretary here from system mentioned, tho other is tho and Sunday. aro fourth of the entire population reactionaries in the British empire P. end have started quite a family and knows that It Is killing his chaplains are Rev. McEvoy, a Lieutenant In France, which gives surprising circumstance that a very Father Lord Kitchener. He was sur- row. Heio In this district, as organizer at In the two 'great cities of Liverpool Bruner's reputation time an is Indicted and the from Milwaukee, Wis., and Rev. an Idea of what the Knights of Important department of as he with even rounded by officers of tho army home town, the the British Glasgow acted n and ma- the same Columbus aro doing across the sea: St. Government until recently had not greater promptitude and, long be- whose spirit was the same as his chine proposes to give the entire head of a burlesque police depart- Father Meiser, from highPaul, Minn. Both aie excellent, "Dear Friend Clines: This morn- yet adopted this system for the pur class genfore conscrlDtion was enacted In own and who embodied all the ar- Republican vote to Bethurum, but ment. ing went of some opposition to this narrowness, hatred The bureau again em- tlemen, and have entered Into their miles I from to a towp about four pose or keeping us accqunts. Tho Great Britan, had sent 100,000 men rogance, causes has devel- phasized press the enwhere wo are stationed Guardian writes: deal and suspicion of oped. The Yarberry faction In in Herald Wednesday work with a great McEvoy of sta- and looked up With Ireland's popular to the . army. a Knights of Columis Father of Ireland which constitute the same tho Twelfth ward, which is a thorn that flgurea can not lie, but they thusiasm. "The staterhent of Sir W. L, 175,000 men this made a total 2 No. and bus shack that I knew was there. Evans that tho Ministry of Munican fool you If you aro blind, deaf tioned at building 275,000 Irishmen from the British kind of menace to the security of In the side of the n tho British empire as Junkers who machine, Is making a fight and dumb. In a garbled mass of Father Meiser at building No. 3. Instead of a shack I found it to be tions had only just adopted 'double Isles. of Germany. Bruner and this fight Is bound for figures the department was The addition of these two priests to one of the toest places of Its kind entry' Is surprising, Why did the Irish thus rally to threaten tho future to t tho Knights of Columbus' Tt In France. long not the army? There was first the Lord Kitchener did spirit take which leave some soie spots. Ogden, the shown with a 102 per cent, gain InJ a great help, and with work Is Is have seen so far formerly might as the system is by no means modlocated in what Father to 'give notice of tho in ern and is now generally adopted But no mention is Gallagher now sense that England was on the side Republican machine candidate for arrests, etc. at uiou ceen largo class room or by large business concerns. of freedom; then came the horrors Ireland was to be received. Congress against Swagar Sherley, Is made of their "efficiency" In the each building has itsthe auditorium meeting hall a and It Is resident chaptook up the whole supposed to have had Its origin shooting, tho Gentile The rebellion In Ireland was the also up against a tough proposition. of Belgium? then sympathy with lower floor of a three-stor- y lain. build- among the mercantile communities n hold up, France; then the instinctive hatred work of Lord Kitchener far more It was rumored that tho disloyal case or tho Vicar General Foley, ing, It Is larger than anv Y. M. of Italy In the centurv. of everything like German militar- than .of poor Pearse and the other vote would unite behind Ogden to otherwise known 'as "Who got the from Chicago, who William charge of C. A. building I have seen. It is and has become fifteenth as tho known ism in Irish hearts. But the over- men who died for it, unless indeed slap President Wilson and the ad- fifty dollars?" The public sees the K. C. chaplains has this about 100x30, fixed up neat but Italian method.' One of the earliest In district, Sir Edward Carson's ministration war programme, but these seedy "hick" Keystono police mastering motive undoubtedly was one allow not paid a visit to the camp was a Minorite many of the old lino Republicans on the streets, with their dirty, un- remaining until Sunday last Friday, bles, gaudy, with lots of benches, ta- exponents that in fighting for the freedom ot claim for the supremo position. reading matter, writing paper, named Luca de Burgo, who monk afternoon. kempt uniforms, with their country they might have felt tlley pubEurope say that a candidate of their party Foley addressed the chap- phonograph and piano, with a K. C. lished a treatise on tho subject In WILL LEAVE SOON. style, only envied by Father were fighting for tlio rreeuom oi must declare himself oponly as not man always on the job. When I Venice in 1194. Tho their former associates of tho lains at the training school and Ireland. The high tide of enmethod was wanting this support and The Very Rev. Edwin Ronan, 6ame timo pledge to support at the "street kyars," and the press bureau also spoke to the soldiers at tho 9 walked into the place I was arranged on so scientific a basis thusiasm swept out of existence Presiot C. P., rector of Sacred Heart Re- dent Wilson's war policies. As tries to "gull" tho public with o'clock mass at the auditorium on Btunned. I never expected to find that few alterations have been ancient memories; Jn that hour The other Sunday morning. His talk to tho ouch a good looking hut. It has a found necessary in the subsequent wonderful transition the rebel soul treat; Rev. Edmund A. Baxter, O. Congressman Sherley. Is the choice stories of efficiency. day two of the Keystone detectives men was very touching and made a fine entrance, with a K. of O. shield ovolutlon of commercial by genera- P., of St. Louis Bertrand church, of the loyal majority of Ireland, consecrated many aro and Rev. Raphael Grasshof, C P., curious as to whether the Republi went into a place on Market street fine impression on the large number over the door and stretching across tions of "suffering and resistance eign from the Sacred Heart Retreat, who can macnino win do manly enough and In a stage whisper told they present. Father Foley also made a the street is that familiar Both facts brought out by tho with memories of scaffold, jail and their commis- to openly repudiate the disloyal and were looking for five men. A man trip to West Point to look over the 'Everybody welcome.' The Knights Guardian are significant. exile was changed into a passion- last week received Tho situation there, and will have a K. of Columbus do not sell anything achievement of tho friar de Burgo as Lieutenants and chaplains asked thom If they had a clow or ate love of all things that it had sions vote. of C. chaplain assigned at this here, tout give everything to tho gains In significance, however, when army, will soon fought and hated. The sons and In the national Chairman Davy Roso, of tho description. wo One of them replied: place during tho coming week. boys, including smokes. They Board of With the we consider that the highest claims "You het sot a doggone good grandsons of rebels were among leave for active service. chaplain school past week Works, came home this description of them slickers and Vicar General Foley ordered many difficulties they are having, and of tho middle ages to recognition by graduated from tho the first to join. and gave the City Hall wore going to Improvements made at the local what I have seen today, I take my posterity are not based on any exketch them two of When did this spirit receive Its at Camp Zachary Taylor, where press huieau quito a bit of camouto the first blow? Undoubtedly in the six they won the respect of all attend- flage matter, which of course was them wore caps and three of them cantonement for tho comfort of tfce hat off up your Knights of Columbus, traordinary accompllshemnts In the Keep good work because field of Industry, commerce weeks that were allowed by the ing the school and the officers and unloaded on the Louisville Herald, wore straw hats." Some hot clew, soldiers and the chaplains. This is you may ho sure It Is appreciated nance, but rather on tho loftyand his third visit to Camp Taylor and Ideal-Iswasn't it? Seeing that the Asquith administration to Intervene men with whom they associated. tho organ of tho city Bolshevlkl adby the by both men and officers. of those ages which pervaded couldn't rido horses Potty ho Is always welcome b'etween the passage of the homo ministration. On tho first nairo in Knights "First Lieut. Joseph M. Murphy." tho thought of the people, de Secretaries rule bill through all its stages in tne Herald on Sunday the press has decided to cut out mounted po- here. He of Columbus afternoon for termined their practice and found the legislature and Its final placing bureau furnished a 'tylpe dream" lice and let tho boys ride around Chllllcothe, left Sunday Ohio. expression in their Institutions. on the statue books by tho signastory about a civic center. the outskirts In "flivvers;" and if The new buildings are almost .Hence such a signal example of pulls ture of the King. Iay after day According to Davy ' -- 2 " tho district he everhe must off that Keystone completed and Secretaries were as' superior achievement la tho basic Redmond pleaded that this last know that there is would be taken from Broadway to parade signed on July 10. Frank A. Ley- requirements of business is all the .SflBSBjpMflBjHSfc. small, almost formal, step should Jefferson and Fifth to Center, and a demand lor home talent to lead, aen more worthy of serious appreciation. and Frank J. McDonald are bo taken, so that Ireland might toe as he says: "There were only two Abe Notter toeing named Instead of coming It Illustrates not only the ability from Philadelphia to assured of its character of freedom. buildings above the average In size Charlio Ohaplln or Fatty Arbuckle. take up here Knights and painstaking labor of tho indithe of Columbus He pleaded In vain. The Cabinet In that territory, the National Theavidual religious, but also the pracwork. had admitted Lord Kitchener Into SUFFER SERIOUS INJURY. ter and the Wlllard Hotel." At tical business sense of a people and On Monday night Messrs. Kllleen Its ranks at tho beginning of the that rate the rest of the (landlords an ago so frequently decried as were war, and that obstinate pipeclay Wednesday evening at 5:30 and Sheehan, who Chicago hero on on.d tenants will not receive mucli having been estranged by religious Sunday with degree rule; Tory soldier opposed home consideration. The press bureau o'clock Miss Henrietta Bannon, six- team, paid a the Influences from a practical philosvisit to tho camp, and so weeks stretched on and on, again goes on to say that a beauti- teen years old, and her ophy of life. where they entertained the soldiers C. B. of C. V. until at the end of the sixth week ful plaza will be built in the censister of and stories for the bill received the royal signater, which sounds like good "bull" William P.Katherlne, daughtersSouth with their singingBoth are almost an hour. talented VACATION AT NAZARETH. ture. I have always held that the to say the least. Of course there Brook street, Bannon, 1320 sustained serious in- entertainers and have worked at Constitutional party never quite will be beautiful canals, a la Venice. juries when tho automobile in the Great Lakes Training Station Rev. Domlnick Crane, the ven- caught up with the six weeks of , and gondolas manned by our Key- which they were riding was crashed many times. Thoy met quite few fatal delay. During these six weeks eraoio cnapiam at Sts. Mary )and stone policemen floating up and Into by another machine at Brook men from their home town a and all the extremists, both In Ireland down Centor street. Then the war and Oak streets. The little girl was their reception was very KuzaDetn Hospital, is at NarfaroJJ cordial. and In this country, had been at , ror a jew weeks of rest and red veterans could hold a sure enough seriously injured and two physicians On Tuesday night Sergeant Jackwork in a soil made fruitful for (or sure thing) carnival nlone who worked with her to restore son, a wonderful violinist, accomtion. 'atner Crane has spent thom again by Sir Edward Carson. fifty years in the nrlosthnnrH Center street, "and all of the audi consciousness until a late hour panied by Forest Thompson, gave a The spectacle of rebellion, orence that wouldn't patronize it is hoped this vacation will il the feared concussion of the brain. Miss recital at building No. 3. ganized for years in Ulster, openly, games of chance could be dumped Henrietta Bannon suffered a broken him to tho Vleor ho onlnve.l French classes are still being held defiantly, without any hindrance, t)lA lllnAdCI llA ..fAMA.l ... 9 in ine canal. Tne best time to ankle and briilses ahout the face at building No. 2 Detort with arms brought in from Ger- -' ago. During his absence his place have the carnival would be In July and body. The automobile in which and Mr. Maradeix. by Miss Sunday aiSHiSSSSSSl A BBBH" y VSHi 1SSS On last J1BS1BBBBBIBI many against tho law, with officers a uinK and August when the grand jury Miss Bannon and her sister were Rev. Father Rawllnson one the celebrated SBBBBBBBHLW" recruited from the British army, dHRHB Dominican juieu oy from St.or Louis is not in session, and any old kind riding was struck head-ofathers by the mass In the new K. C, building at swing Parliament, had produced the Bertrand's. of report of the receipts will suit machlne'of Arthur Sales, 102 West West Point, although tho recreaprofound and natural conviction In Iayor Smith, who Is not a stickler Brandols street, an employe of the tion hall was not quite completed. Ireland that the gun after all was for complete reports. HOME ItUN IN ROME. Cuscaden Ice Cream Company. Both Chaplain Rawllnson, who (was conmost trustworthy weapon for the was girls were hurled from their While the press bureau nected with the 323rd Field deciding tho wavering mind of Eng"bulling" the puhlic about tho A story In tho Sunday suppleArtillery, is going to dedicate this The Nationalist volunteer land. civic center" Edward J. Miller. ments told of a baseball game building to Joan of Arc tomorrow movement, springing as it were from the played In Rome last week between member of the NOVELTY DANOE. morning. The Knights of Columbus tne igrouna in a mgnt, Durst into board, was trying to exDlain in the two nines of tho American army In are under a great many obligations full life and more than 100,000' press why the garbage wasn't being Italy. During tho gamo a home rua Tho Entertainment Committee of to this hard working chaplain, who organNationalist volunteers were gamereu. (Many residents express the Knights of Columbus have ar- labored every day during was made by Gates, ono of the play, MAJOR GEN. EDWARDS. tho week ised to defend the threatened libthemselves ers, and on investigation It wai Those two stars which you see without theas being satisfied to do ranged a novelty dance for the with the carpenters to get tho erties of Ireland. This delay of six found that the player was nono otbet BAGS TWELFTH PLANE. on the shoulder straps indicated the Increasingcute "civic center" If soldiers and sailors of Undo Sam building up ifor mass last Sunday. weeks in giving to Ireland the vicfoul smelling garbage than Allman Gates, tory she had won after nearly fifty that the subject of this photograph was only hauled away. From Jan- at the elub house tonight, and will Father Rawllnson Is doing many Lieut. Frank Bavllss. of Now now In the aviation a Louisville hoy, service and a forysars of constitutional effort thus Is a Major General of the United uary 8 to February 5 this year introduce several novelty surprises- things that will toe remembered Bedford, Mass., Is fast becoming mer member of for the benefit of th boys in serv- hero long after he leaves. tho Twin City League, one of the most noted flying "aces" fell on ground already well pre- - States army, garbage was only gathered where ise. fn the Twin City he was a catcher Moving pictures during the week fighting for America. for the St. Brigid parish ball team. ln The from William Reddfngton,4fonnerly a fireman but now In the navy, is self explanatory: m 111. "Great Lakes, 'Kentucky Irish AmericaniGentlemen: I am certainly glad see you exposing the 'fake roforral administration In Louisville, and Mt the same time I am sorry to se f how Mr. Johnson and his Board'flof Safety have wrecked the .nol'igp A jpart- M. tion. M followlngjletter ERROR if nntl-fir- lilKrI-Ul-- 1 rack-rentin- er DEMOCRATS CAMPlSI EWS. four-fift- hs law-abidi- pro-Gram- w ,,, I I I 1 I -- ' thane .... g, book-keepin- V' -- ,4 -. 1 c - -- Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- pc-Ilc- book-keepi- mad-hou- se Geiser-Huhlei- clod-hopp- er if fi- Key-stone- rs m ' two-year-o- ld ( , n J stay-at-ho- -- i JBBEENrorcJOK'y July 10 Third annual picnic and outing of St. Paul's church, at Rlvoll Garden, South Preston street, Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement ol Irish Americans aad Catholics formerly Woodland Park. July 22 St. Joseph's Orphanage Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's , annual picnic, Fontaine Ferry Park. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. August 8 'Annual outing for KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NO CO.. Incorporate. Publishers members of Knights of Columbus and families at Fern Grove. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c picnic for August 'Annual Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews. Matter. Entered at the Loulivllle Poitofflce a August 28 Annual picnic of St. West Green St. AMrosi all Cofnmwloatlona to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Leo's church, Highland Park, at Highland Thornsberry's Grove, v Park. (frmAfks (ffljgy) COUHCIt:) Pb 1IJ&J9&mQ&JBJ9ir&v9JQJQQJWti 9J&J9JM&)&w PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. G Second-Cla- n 319-32- I3BET sues AJSdO&XaLOAX KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVBNTS. CL3 HU 'i .? x. t Ill I x. VWA " "1tt i THE SWEET IRISH LASSIE 1 Sap jw'--' tUEUm3 1 LOUISVILLE, KY TRIBUTE TO SCHOOLS. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1918 SOCIETY. a- . fl QaQ irtfiiaflivcriViCi fl'f I'tii'Q'ti'ifr jijI'1i"'iTi,'iii at'- - Throughout tho 'United SAME AS OF YORE. last Sunday a page article was pubMiss Sue Goerlng Is tho guest of lished by one of our leading press The Ancient Order of Hibernians her grandmother, Mrs. I. C. Goersyndicates, and unintentionally qulto has one of All the sanest war pro- lng, in Hawesvllle. a tribute was paid to our Catholic grammes of any American order. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schutz have The article told or the Tho growing casualty schools. lists coming returned (from a most enjoyable Investigations of Prof. Frederick N. from PRESENTED IN THE abroad show tho necessity of visit in Cincinnati. Scott, of the University of Michi doing something substantial for sol- Miss Blanche McGrath was the gan, who selected a picture of "The .,-- .. . ........ l....nu j. n. is week-en- d survivors. rr.l. guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Last Supper" and went through the( of the best represented orders J. Duffy in South Park. v to large public schools of Michigan ilone the front, for tho on Irish as ever find out how many could Identify are represented in C. and J. the army far been H. Toner in New M. Alvey have visiting York, mixing ffi WORLD PICTURES Vf the Founder of the Christian re- above their proportion of tho popOF HER REMARKABLE SCREEN CAREER. business with pleasure. were ligion. ' His investigations ulation, but tho society, which was startling. None of the pupils ques- founded in adversity Miss Alice Shinnlck has been and which apostles tioned knew tho names of knows from grim experience how visiting her uncle, Ed D. Shinnlck, family at Shelbyville. and few knew tho picture of Christ to meet sorrows, is preparing itself and Children in the fourth grade didn't well to aid those afflicted by the Miss Nellie Connlff Is spending recognize the Bubject of tho picture For this pur- her vacation with her mother, Mrs. por- loss of loved ones. of the Saviour as it has been pose they are raising funds through Adele Connlff, at Irvington. trayed for two thousand years. Mr. varied EXTRA-ALAM- O'S activities that promote "SCREEN TELEGRAM"-LY0N6.M0- RAN COMEDY. Larry Donahue Mr. and Mrs. a distinguished John Connolly, and good feeling. have been entertaining their son THREE DAYS ONLY-SUND- AY, writer, took the same pic'Catholic MONDAY, TUESDAY-THR- EE DAYS ONLY. Lawrence Donahue, of Canada. ture to a Catholic school and out CARDINALS TO CATHOLICS Where Ocean Breezes children questioned of twenty-eigMiss Abbie Chester has been ill Get Acquainted With the Blow. everyone recognized the figure of an(j at her home on First street the Cardinals Gibbons, Farley "Typbooa Twiai." picture O'Connell have issued an appeal to past len aays, dui is improving. Christ and told what the represented. Twenty out of tho Catholics or America urging them Miss Grace Carr has returned recognized John and to beseech God to guide our rulers from Cannelton, where she visited twenty-eig3. J. Murphy, Judas of tho apostles. The article and give success to our arms. Ap- hor sister, Mrs. George Zimmerman. Parkview for Mrs. GOOD WILL PLEA. Misses Mayme and Catherine Dav-erconcludes with "not one of the proving the principles set Xorth by Mr. and M. Joseph Gottbrath 'Mr. and Mrs. Martin Broderick, Late mail advices declaro that children failed to recognize the re- President Wilson, they say: and son, Adam Gottbrath, have Miss Mayme TJroderick and Master from out or the clouds or revoluligious significance of the picture, From every corner of America been spending the week In Joseph Murphy, of St. James court. tionary intrigue and seething disand it will be obvious to everyone arises the cry of souls to God. The content in Ireland there comes at nation is on Us knees before the Miss Peggy Logue, who has been least one ray or light. And behind that the ability of the Catholic chll King Kings. That is the surest of of Oxford, Miss Louise Ma She Is Mrs. dren was due to the fact that they sign that America wfll not fail but Miss., is visiting honey,cousin, Miss visiting her cousin, Miss Mary It there's a woman. her Logue, in New Albany, left Sunday Max Green, daughter or tho late received religious Instruction every will lead the nations or the earth Marguerite McLean, in Crescent for her home at Mayfleld, accom- John Redmond. She Is now organday." to victory over mere might, for Hill. panied by her grandmother, Mrs. izing a League or Good Will BeGod is our surest help as He must William Logue and her cousin, tween Ireland and Britain. be our strongest hope. Miss Agnes McCarthy has re- Miss Marguerite Logue, who will "It Is in pursuance Great father's And the or my OUH ritOTKST TO 3LEXICO. prayers of a nation fighting not for turned from a pleasant visit to Mr. visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Logue, life Ideal to unite the two islands In love and good will that I am The Government at Washington gain, but for good, will certainly and Mrs. John H. Luckett at Eng- former residents of New Albany. be answered. If wo .fight like lish, Ind. carrying . on my camnaicn." Mrs. has felt called upon to administer heroes and pray like saints soon JPbrnier State Senator Mark Ryan Green told an International News a public rebuke to tho Carranza will America overcome mere force Mrs. Edward Frless, who left last ad Miss Florence A. Capllnger Service correspondent. During Redregime in Mexico for having made by greater force and conquer lust month to join her husband, 1s be- were quietly wedded on Wednesday mond's forty years in Irish politics in Evening of last week at St. Louis that was his guiding star. entertained public, without our consent, a of power by the nobler power or ing extensively He Animated by church, Very Rev. loved Bertrand s conciliation, he diplomatic protest against a decree sacririce and faith. let the whole Washington, D. C. hated this undaunted spirit, cere- coercion. Father Heenan performing the Mrs. Oreen thought that practically confiscating the Mexican nation turn to God in prayer while William F. Cravens, who accom- mony. Both bride and groom have it me passing or home rule required L. a wide circle of friends and ac- the coercion of Ulster Unionists her oil fields. The protest itself warned our army courageously confronts panied Mr. and Mrs. Edward Admission 25c. Children under twelve free. Bosler the foe In battle, While from father would have endeavored to that it anight be necessary for the every possible source ofiwe utilize returnedhomeBoston. Pittsburgh, has quaintances who tender their to find some other way. AH kinds of amusements. Peers and United States Government to pro- power let U3 iortiry it all material by the peasants alike throughout the Emtect Its citizens' rights In Mexico. greatest of all spiritual power Mrs. Denny J. Hlnes and daugh Miss Agne3 Capllnger and Mark erald Isle have pledged their supThis was given out to the Mexican prayer. But recently our Holy ter, Miss Ernestine, left Monday for Ryan, who we're quietly married port in her campaign. She has re- Home Pboae Shaivaee SOd Climb. Phoae West 0203 a visit to friends and relatives at atSt. Louis Btytrand's church last ceded hundreds of letters ibegglng press "by the Carranza Government, Father set aside the feast of SS. Harrodsburg:. Peter week, 'hare goie to housekeeping. her to 'go forward and break down co'miuentpd upon In a very prayer.and Paulas a special day of Danville and airtf wasLet us continue our obedi The toride Is a .popular member In the barriers of unfriendly tone by editors who de- ence to his request and fervently MJss Irene Casper and Miss Ida Catholic socletj and the groom is III will between hate, suspicion and the " countries. Mae Livers, of Cannelton, have a former member of the State Sen- British feeling towardtwo eland clared It Inconsistent "wlh the offer our petition to our Lord and Jesus Christ, that all the' been visiting relatives and friends ate and Influential in Democratic been much accentuated Iiof late has President's rdRntly 'friendly ad- Saviour, may by way to' mutual here and at Camp Zachary Taylor. politics. nations Their "many friends wish the failure of Ireland to recruit for dress in Washington to 'Mexican concord and see the understanding. Let thern succos3 anil prosperity. army at a time when men are the editors. No doubt the note was us moreover each day, until the Mrs. Mollle Clisham, of Jefferson-Flllso badly needed, and esDecIallv has returned from Chicago, made public to counteract any good peace for which we fight crowns Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Glenn. 1932 when It was known that many speech might have In our efforts, say daily three times, where she was tho guest of her 'ortland avenue,' announce the mar thousands of young men were idly effect that morning at rising, at noon and in daughter. Miss Nellie (Mav Clisham. riage of their daughter, Margaret dissipating their time. Mexico. the evening, the An,gelus, for the Agnes, to .Michael C. Scott at St. pro- guidance of our rulers, the success FIRST CLASS SERVICE. Secretary Lansing's note of Mrs. Charles Ladd, who has 'been Pntrlrk's r.hnrflh nn flip nftornnnn WELCOME AMERICAN' MISSION'. test set forth that the decree prac- of our arms, the unity of the na- upending two months with hefc 0f July 4, Immediately after which tically amounted to an attempt to tions and the welfare of heroes". daughter, Mrs. Louis P. Casper, has the happy couple left Tor their Warm 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. to her home at Cannelton, future home in Washington, D. C, where in and hearty welcome everyAnd may Almighty and Ireland greeted the Americonfiscate tho property of American God hearken to the prayers Eternal returned of a Ind. groom has an important can Mission on its tour of the where the citizens invested in the Mexican oil united nation and 'grant speedily position with the Bureau or Print- country In the Interests of the Mrs. James J. Shelley left Sun ing and Engraving. fields and called attention to the that peace which surpassels United States Committee on Public day for Boston to visit her daughnecessity which might arise for tho Information. The mission, comter, Mrs. John F. Lynch, and Mr. posed of Pror. A. C. McLougblin, of LAItGE PI CMC. American Government to protect the Lynch at their home In Brighton, ONLY NEXT YEAH. the University of Chicago, and property of its citizens. The state2 -2 LJjs. For 65c Mass. What will undoubtedly he one of Charles Moore, Chairman of the a ment of that intention was such President Wilson has authorized y a oorrss or Fine Arts zs ZHowifroB its runs cup picnics held In National Commission John Nuxol is now trying his the largest departure from our former policy the statement that more than a at Washington, QTT&XXTT. minstrel Jokes and puns on a new this city will bo that of St. Paul's tional Board or represented the Na with regard to Mexico that it must million American soldiers wero in audience, a little boy arriving Tues- parish next Tuesday at Rivoll Gar Historical Service. in dC. have angered Carranza not a little. Fiance by July 1. That is encour day at his home on Black'burno den, - formerly Woodland Park, on Sir Dublin they were the 'guests of William Preston street, between Kentucky to the Lord Byrne, Under Secretary Wo had previously left American aging news. During the month of avenue. Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Lieutenant, and were and St. Catherine. The ladles and Direct to Consumer. property holders in Mexico to shift June troops were transported overentertained or St. Paul's church others. At by Viscount French and Miss Sherrlll McCrann, of 2435 gentlemen 213 W. MAKKET ST. tOUISVTLIB, XT. ' Trinity College Prof. for themselves. Their property sea at the rate of nearly 10,000 West Broadway, is spending a few have made extensive preparations Return this Advertisement with remittance and we lectured to a large might be confiscated with impunity every day the total for the month weeks in the East, and will visit for this pionic, which will be a McLoughliu K. I. A, will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. on New York combination eent for the young audienceFrom "America and the and they might be subjected to in- being 276,372. we friends in Pittsburgh, At this rate Dublin they went to people and a reunion or the old War." dignity and outrage. It was no shall soon have enough men in and Boston. folks and all friends or the Rev. Belfast. concern of ours. To serve notice France to overbalance the weight of Mrs. McKenna and grandsons, Father Donohoe, the pastor. Social OBITUARY. on Carranza that the favorite the German army. Only then can Richard and Charles, who were vis- games will be played afternoon and e prizes pastime of his (followers ,must cease we hope that victory will be in iting Mrs. George Bauman and evening and the Dennis J. Heffernnn, whose no doubt rutfled his temper. Hence sight. No matter how brilliant are daughter. South Xiouisvllle, have re- will be a special attraction, and in from St. Charles addition there will bo amusements church toolt place last Issue went turned to their homo. at Dayton. tho attempt to stir up after our to tho achievements or our soldiers for all. The ladles will Nserve a press, was for twenty-fiv- e years a against us. thus far, It must be .remembered Among Louisville peoplo dinner and supper that will appeal Deputy Sheriff and popular with the There Is a particular reason for that tho campaign In which they noted In Now York last week were to the most delicate appetite. SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. all having business in the Court E. J. O'Brien, C. L. Rdberts. Wilson our concern about American Inter- are engaged is a defensive one. House. For the past nine Hundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's M. Kennedy, ATTENDS CATHOLIC MEETING. his health had been falling months Carothors, S. B. ests in Mexican oil fields at this Only by next year will we be ready George and at J. Long and" J. B. Mather, times he suffered spells or melan- worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings time. From these Is secured a to take the offensive In France. Tho Jr. Brother Benjamin. President of cholia. Denny Heffernan was well deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1,000 members. large share of tho oil that is needed beginning of the end should then St. Xavier's College, left Wednesday known throughout the city Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Frless, morning for San Francisco to at one of the oldest .members and was by the Allies in the war. Moved by be not far off. or the formerly of this city but now resid- tend the Catholic educational con- Knights or German agents, Carranza would and the Mose ing in Washington, spent the na- vention, which will be attended by Green Club. Columbussurvived by his like to cut off this source of supply WHAT'S THE MATTER? tional holiday with a number of the leading Catholic educators of wire and son, He is by conriscating the properties. We friends at Marshall Hall, on the the country. Tho members of this Jr., for whom Dennis J. Heffernan, When tha home U their friends feel Where work U quickly Irishmen still demand that those Potomac. of sincere sympathy. need no longer to "bo in any doubt association are representatives bright; done; colleges and who had plotted with Germany be the most prominent as to where Carranza stands. Ho Where tha work U Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Deyino an- schools conducted under Where cooking aeecaa Catholic GOOD FJHtHY BILTa Ja an enemy or the allied cause and put on trial and tho evidence made nounce the marriage of their daugh auspices. lightest; real fun; At the convention held a tool of German Intrigue. Pity it public, but the Government, while ter, Katherine Mary Elizabeth, to in Buffalo last year more than the meal la Fontaine Ferry Park has become Where Where baking gives B, Qchuff. The wedding 2,000 delegates were in attendance. more popular than over with young Is, as the True Voice says, that we insisting that It possesses the evi Edwin poked best; light; did not discover this until after dence, refuses to bring the accused took place June 29 at the Cathedral Brother Benjamin will deliver an and old, where people enjoy the Where the range tand Where drudge Is owt of infridianapolis. on tho junior high school cool river (breezes and tho hand address Instead tho Govern we had placed him astride the necks into court. the test sight plan, which Is attracting consid concerts and many outdoor amuse-- That's of the Mexican people and In a po- ment spokesmen are doing thei where the Trooper John P. Kenealoy, of Fort erable Interest at this time. That's where the ments. Tho good vaudeville bills "Quick Heal" come Riley, Kansas, is homo on an en sition whore he can repay us for utmost to make it appear that t "Quick Heal" eotacx continue to attract large crowds at United States is also concerned and forced furlough badly due to a APrOINTKD TO OWEN'SIJOItO. the aid we gave him by doing all the Ferry theater. Next week's bill playing Qalek Meal Gas Ranfea Sold, Installed aad Highly Reoommaadaa will be headed by Andy Rice, the at he can to injure us and to aid tnat war reasons, American as spiked hand sustained inCity star baseball. The The Bov. John M. Hlgglns, re- well known comedian, and should well as British, mako It Inexpedient Is heing warmlyold Twin enemies. greeted. cently ordained by tho Right Rev. prove one or the strongest attracto put the men on trial at this Bishop O'Donaghuo, has been ap- tions offered at the park this season. W. MARKET ST. apparent Ireland time. Thus it Is Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummins pointed assistant to Rev. Father Many people now form parties and IS CLEARING UP. Is to bo made into an enemy or the and children have returned to their MoConnell, pastor of St. Stephen's spend the entire day at this real This past week there has been .Lnited States by hook or crook. home at Corbln after a visit to their church at Owensboro. Father Hlg- pleasureresort WE 1LVVE COME TO LOUISVILLE parents, Cum young priest and J. is a little news about thoNsltuation In Now what is the British Govern- mins andMr. and Mrs.Mrs. B.George glns people zealous Stephen's are forMr. and Just in time to save the people of Louisville a lot of money. of St. the COMMISSIONED. Ireland. We take It that here has ment afraid of? Tho American Shoe Repair Company, incorporated, with headCertainly there Holbourn, South Louisville. tunate In haying Mm for their o more Loulsvlllo boys wero quarters at Indianapolis, have Installed and ready to open Saturday, been no change there wortl? noting. Is a nigger in the woodpile some spiritual director. Ho has already July 13, one of the most modern Shoe Repair and Shine Parlors in Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McGrath, of entered upon his now sphere or awarded commissions from WashIn Omaha Shane Leslie, the dis- where, otherwise the Irish plotters ington on Wednesday. They are tho State or Kentucky. This company operates a chain or stores and Larayette, Ind., F, H. tinguished editor of the Dublin would be put on trial. Indeed It Is Sullivan and two and Mrs, or Sid- labors. enry J. "McKenna, appointed First with their buying power can givo the peoplo of Loulsvlllo better work-rodaughters, Review1, gave an Interview to the the first time in history that tho ney, Ohio, who were the guests of Lieutenant in the Medical Reserve less money. They employ none but the host shoemakers and do CARDINALS AXD A3n3RIOA. Corps, and Frank J. Dougherty, not cobble shoes but rebuild them. True Voice that should do much English refused to take advantage Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Voigt, in The Louisville store has a private waiting room for ladies to The Cardinals) who became Second Lieutenant in toward making Americans under- or a chance to hang Irish National- Jeffersonville, have returned home. Corps. Car-- ll the Quartermaster's wait whllo their shoes are being repaired or shlned. Mr. Cadle, are all national stand tho Irish situation. There ists. What's the matter? Mrs. William 'H. Pank and chil- dlnal Farley has raised four and President of tho company, says "He is very much pleased with tho has been much ignorance and not BOWLING OREEN. reception Loulsvlllo people aro giving him and his store and he feels dren are having a delightful visit a half million dollars for war work a little misunderstanding of the Several hundred .people attended that tlfo store will receive great patronage." The prohibition fanatics at Wash- with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Selman and in his archdiocese' in a single drive. Come, peoplo of Louisville, and see our new store and got ac.conscription laeue. There is now ington care not that their blocking family at Luxora, ATk. From there On Cardinal Gibbons'' words the the dedication of' a 'beautiful serVlce go to Osceola, Ark, to whole nation seems to leant Never flag at St. Joseph's they church at quainted with us. We are' 100 per cent. .Americans' and lko the hosMttl doutt that the Irish BJshopa tactics may affect the welfare of our spend will ' ' a few days with William Roes was, he greater tha,n today. Bat- Bowling Oreen last Sunday night. pitality of Louisville folks. '; by their prompt action saved, Ire- - boys over there. They are prohibl- - and family. talions and regiment pass' out of Rev, Charles P. Raffo, of Louisville, AMERICAN SnOE REPAIR COMPAJfY,' land frcm a rptltlo of the BMter tionists first and Americans Massachusetts under the blessing delivered a very eloquent and pa Mrs. M. Dayera pleasantly enter- - of the ' Incorporated. 1 Cardinal O'Con triotic address. There are thirty- of ISIS. And eoariptla 'ward. taiaed last week at her home lnlnell. five stars on the flag. Opposite Paul Jones Building. 305 South Fourth Avenue. is dead, notwithstanding the threats Mrs. Henry Nadorff of Viscount French. week tho guest of Mrs. States at West Point. C. was last F. Fer-re- ll BRADY Best Beloved of Screen Stars -- j. GREATEST PHOTOPLAY P - THE ORDEAL OF ROSETTA ht A.XiABSO ht n, ST. JOSEPH'S U Orphan Asylum Picnic Monday, July 22, 1918 FONTAINE FERRY PARK - e, Park and Restaurant Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- BRUEN'S ALL-DA- all-dn- that JOHN MUIIOY - hand-mad- Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS Where the Quick Meal Comes In (ifcHER & SON, r Irish-Americ- an figure-head- s. i aftr-unritla- ff lion-hearte- d , - jsaBaratoBcsr xxsxsxx 1IABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colunis. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. J. M. BUOKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 000 West Main 6 tree t Louiarille, Ky. A&EEVRaxzAjsi. 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. Headquarters for Farms. Auction of Real Estate a Specialty. Phones: Home City 683 Cumb. M. 183. As Ever Good As the Boat H. W. NEWMAN MUTUAL CONNECTICUT THE CONTRACTING ENGINEER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Steam and Hot Water Heating and Hartford, Conn. Wm. H. Harrison, General Agent Sanitary Plumbing 5 Lincoln for Kentucky, HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND building, Loulsvlllo. Home City LOUISVILLE, KY. 3614; Cumb. M. 227-701-70A. READ ESTATE AUCTIONEER 147 S. Fifth St, Loulsvlllo, Ky. E. R. SPROWL I i$,uBtKjBWMy'' t'VailBpt' 0tStlKK5QY i 'M J"jV x &aSlfKBfBx' J S? pj REUTLINGEB & 0 0. Adolph Rcutllngcr and FIRE INSURANCE HALLER'S PET SHOP TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS MARKET STREET SUPPLIES Free Advico on Poultry Pot Diseases 210 WEST Quick Delivery 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET ENGRAVERS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS DYING FROM AN OVERDOSE OF NEW SHIPS. Both Phones POULTRY Both Phones 2406 FOOD AND NATIONAL HATTERS vs9tx,x Fxevxoxxrr jusoozatmh Incorporated. TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. n 325 W. Jefferson St., Loulsvlllo, Ky. was organized by cIMjmM to make Suits Pressed While You Wait. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Homo Phono City 1931 on furniture and other personal erty at You Wait. Soldiers' Uniforms and X.OWEST XATZg. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bids., and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, 8. B. Cor. Third and Jetterae. Attention and Quality." Both Phonep. 2SII. well-knew- Eh) OJMBAJNT INCORPORATM) LOUISVILLE 2sris !& A2SX IYE:RS KENTUCKY f LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. Home Phone Shawneo HENRY GOSS 803 SAM L. ROBERTSON 1 I? V ASK ROOSEVELT'S HELP. ELECTROTYPERS JU1. Arthur Lynch. Loulsvlllo, Ky. 835 W. Main St, Nationalist member of Parliament for West Home Phone City 5674 recently accepted a Clare, who commission in the British army and Phone City 5692 "SOUTHERN STAR" has come to Ireland to assist in the H. Platoff, Prest. recruiting campaign, on Sunday I. Bush, SLICED BACON sent an eloquent appeal to Col. ) PLATOFF & BUSH Roosevelt AH Rend? for Year GriddU fca tttt Theodore recruiting. for Incorporated in Irish He asks Col. Wnraiacr" GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND Roosevelt to send a message to the BUILDERS Irish people, or to come (himself to 1MB, LARD, 6AUSAOS Special Attention To Repair Work Ireland. In the course of the comLOCTOTILLH PROVISION CO. munication Col. Lynch says: Estimates Cheerfully Furnished "Send mo a word of encouragelBteryeratt.) OFFICE, 120 WEQT GREEN ST. ment or better still, my great and splendid friend, come yourself in THE SIGN OF QUALITY Home Phone City 6086 all your prestige and power of inHlghl'd 7411 fluence, and help me iwln the souls P. FREDERICKS 180 East of the young men of Ireland to tho Allies' cause. There are 'grave and Dealer in KENTUCKY deep difficulties, lamentable stories LAUNDRY RAGS, of cheated METAL, IRON, SCRAP hopes, unrecognized CO. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. right and hatreds for wrongs InIncorporated flicted In the past. But one feature Paper Stock A Specialty 2 matters into the 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET throws these Underbill St proper perspective the fact that Bet Market and Jefferson Geo. Dearborn the Germans are thundering at the Manager LOUISVILLE KY. gates of Paris, are hammering at the channel ports. If they win, it will bo needless to make plans for Ireland or dream dreams of liberty. W"W"H Potsdam will take care of Erin. When the Stars and Stripes was raised over tho cause; when once Old Glory had blown out Qier folds, the emblem of liberty, a sign of protection to millions of Irishmen, I had hoped that opposition to the 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Allies would close. But ancient wrongs and present resentment proved too strong. We must win :! the souls of these young men. Ireland must and shall All with great deeds tho pages of history reserved for her. The Western front is the ; Cumb. Mecca of true believers in liberty. Home City 2008 Maia 29QS-- a Therefore, once more, write, or come, my illustrious friend, and Join your 'genius to my faith and enthusiasm and we will do the magio thing and lift the squabble y CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871-HOME PHONE SS into the atmosphere of deeds that will shine (bright in the eye of time." Arhur Lynch, who is a physician and author, was Colonel of the Second Irish Brigade on tho Boer Bide in tho South African war. In 1903 he was convicted high of treason and was condemned to death, which sentence was commuted to penal servitude for life. In the following year lie was released on license and received a free pardon from tho crown in Lynch 1907. Col. was elected member of Parliament for Galway City in 1901 and for West Clare in Sec-Trea- ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1101 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. 1818-182- IH1SII WOMEN FIRM. ! First and third Fridays, Hibernian s. 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Vico President Walter Murphy. Secretary John Financial J. Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A Martin. Treasurer D. J. Doughorty. Sergoant-at-Arm- s Martin She-ha- n. Sentinel Thomas Noono. i DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, 014-02- D. Meany. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence 214-21- Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 734 West Oak street. Treasure:' John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard Sentinel M. J. Mul-doo- n. HHmtiHllMIHIMlHmtM" DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT J. McDennott. FONTAINE FERRY HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Paulsen and Mis Players Restaurant Cafeteria Merry Garden Kiddyland Swimming Pool Dancing Hail Other Attractions Sir roar boys prepare 113 kb. Funeral Directors and Embalmersii BOTH IOKBS. I !nuHininuHHimMwmHMniiM tVVVfrVW.WV'WWWVlVWVWW FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. wmh xer uxa. aaeatlea tbt will The Associated Press Dublin correspondent writes that Irish women are organized for participation in campaign in the Ireland as never before In the political agitation in Ireland. Much is now heard of the "Woman's pledge," which was the leading feature of the women's side campaign. of the The pledge reads as follows: "Because the enforcement of conscription on any people without their consent is tyranny, we are resolved to resist the conscription of Irishmen. Wo will not fill tho places of men deprived of their refusing enforced work through military service. We will do all In our power to help the families of men who suffer through enforced military service." The occasion chosen for the universal signing of this pledge by the women of Ireland was tho festival of St. Columbcille, a national saint much talked about at the present time on account of war prophecies attributed to him, including one In which lie is said to have predicted conscription. Tho woman's pledge was part of a scheme with which conscription was Wherever possible the resisted. signing was accompanied by floral organizations demonstration and taking part carried wreaths, crosses and other symbols to decorate the place of signing. The ceremony by pilalso was accompanied grimages and processions to some place of veneration such as a church, holy well, site of altar In penal days or some local memorial of national history. KNIGHTS AND LADIES. Tho Catholic Knights and Ladles CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBS Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twenty-slxt- h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty St. 2011 W. Broadway, Loulsvlllo, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LHABY A Oft. Loans to those having regular inHeadquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPaBVS. on their personal security. See us about anything la estate. We sell, buy aad rent F. R. POOLEY, 604 17. JEFFERSON VS. Building, Room 1, Courier-JournSome Phone City 4404. 415 S. Fourth, Street. T. H. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Phono City 2771 al l INCORPORATE) 808-51- v 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 0. T. THOMAS & CO. REAL E S T A T H 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREW Lonlavlllo, Ky. "SOUTHERN STAB" PIANO J. Q. PULLIAM MOVING AND PAOKINa SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Grlddlo In the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated O. Motor Truck Express MOYING A SPECIALTY 231 West Green Street Home Phone City 9130 Home City 2803 60HWARTZWALDER RELIABLE SHEET METAL WORK REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Repairing a Specialty. Guttering FRED HORNUNG,JR. and Spouting, Tin, Tile and Slate Roofing. PLUMBING AND GAS FTPTING 712 West Jefferson Street 008 East Market Street Loulsvlllo, Ky. Phone, Shawnee 2532 K. PFEIFFER FRANK A. OnLMANN FLORIST 000 East Franklin Street 421 South Thirty-eight- h Street Flowers, Plants and Funeral GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Cut Works. Cumb. Main 967-Phone Shawnee 559-L. A ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE "W. Broadway, loalavill, Xy. Conducted hv tbn Vnvurlftn Rrnthara. Scientific Classical, Bualnwi and Courses. Preparatory Department, Large Swimming Fool, Well Equipped Gymna sium, lermo moaeraiu. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. The Last Dollar did net NEED would hava otartai a Tfaat you iaeat for sometklag y SAVINGS ACCOUNT? with tail bank; to bear laUrut COMPOUNDED twice a year; Thar MAY COMK a Ue wits your "LAST DOLLAR" atiit be ipeat for leraethiir yea DO NEKD. The SAVING sow at the daliara yen art waitiic nlfht keep tkat "hard time" (ram aver ceaafog. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS S22 Bast Main. Street. WVVWWVVWVAM'WWVVWVVWW AL. S. SMITH, PROP. INTO ETERNAL REST. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON jl Director 04HOtBll and Funeral Embalmer! STS. BOTF PHONES 810. I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE f H. B0SSE50N Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces liberal discount. This offer Is genu lne, and It will pay our customers to write us at once whlli our stock Is complete. out-of-to- Telephone 1022. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 10 FEHR AVBNUB going to offer all of For the next three weeks we are our laces at Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S, FOURTH AVE. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES The Kentucky Irish American and its readers learned with deep sorrow f, of the death of Rev. James J. pastor of the Church of Our Lady, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd, on Friday of last week at Mercy Hospital, Chicago, following an operation for throat trouble. Father Connlff was an active worker until 1909. his health became impaired, and When informed by the Associated under his ministration the Church Press of Col. Lynch's appeal to him of Our Lady made steady progress for assistance in the recruiting and was freed from all debt. Surcampaign in Ireland, Col. Roosevelt viving him are two brothers and a displayed deep Interest in the pro- sister, all of Detroit, who were posal. He said, however, that he here for the funeral, which was could make no 'formal comment held Monday morning. Within the J until ho had received personally the Banctuary were priests fiom all the message from Col. Lynch. local churches ami numbers of Bisters of the different orders. Tho HELPING THE ORPHANS. funeral discourse was preached by Rev." of St. Martin O'Connor, A well attended and enthusiastic Michael's church, who paid feeling meeting of people intersted In tho tribute to the life and works of his annual picnic for the benefit of St, departed Father ConJoseph's Orphan Asylum was held nlff was a splendid character, so Monday night at St. Boniface Hall. earnest, so sincere, eo simple in his Tho reports of tho committees were habits and so magnanimous in most satisfactory and indicated that spirit. Great in Intellectual at the picnic, which takes place on tainments, but frail in physical Monday, July 22, at Fontaine Ferry strength, he drew everybody to him Park, will be .both attractive and both in admiration for his brilliancy most successful. President Henry of mind and love and sympathy for Bosse and the members of St. Jo- his afflictions. He was a devout seph's Orphan Society are arranging churchman, the faithful shepherd of plans for the amusement and enter- his flock and a loyal citizen of tainment of the largest gathorlng Louisville. His cheery smile was that ever assembled at Fontaine a benediction, and his optimism lent Ferry, and . the park management courage to the faltering. His afwill lend every assistance. The en- fliction never caused him to comtire public Is urged to attend and plain, but seemed only to add to spend a pleasant day, conscious that his interest in and solicitude for they ihave contributed to tho care others, fully realizing that his time of little orphans who find In St. of association with his friends on Joseph's tho protection of a Chris- earth was drawing to a close. By tian home. every one in the West End his death Is mourned. FATHER DURBIN. Con-nif- of America, a Catholic fraternal insurance organization that had its birth in this city, held a mass meeting Thursday night in Knights of Columbus Hall to review the work of the past and plan for the future. Fred J. Crowley, Supreme President, and Henry F. Hayes, Supreme Secretary, both of Chicago, and Miss Julia O'Keefe, Supreme Treasurer, of St. Louis, explained the hew rates and additional forms of Insurance adopted at the recent national convention of tho order held in Chicago. The Rev. Charles P. Raffo, Dr. Charles A. Edelbn and Miss Mamie Hannan, local Supreme officers, who have been attending a meeting of tho Supreme Board of Directors In Chicago, accompanied the visitors to Louisville and served as a reception committee. The necessity for tho change of rates was fully explained by the speakers and will tend to secure the future of an organization that has done much benefilclal work. RECENT DEATHS. Mrs. Mary B. Small, widow of Thomas B. Small and one of the old and respected members of St. Charles congregation, died of parnight at her alysis Saturday home, 2242 West Jefferson street. Surviving her are one daughter, Miss Bee Small, a son and many friends who mourn her death. Her funeral was held Monday morning, Rev. Father Raffo celebrating the Ky, Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7, p. m. -- jk l ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. We Will EXCHANGE your old model for a NEW TYPE FAN. GHIiLDERS ELECTRIC CO. 135 INCORPORATED 3 PHONES 333 WRST MAIN STREJST 'I' " H"iH ! '! ! 'I' I' ! 'I !' !' ! i SMOKE KOALINE SAVES COAL. It makes hotter, cleaner and more lasting Arcs. Use Koallne on your coal and cut the coal bills from 40 to 50 per cent. Price One Dollar per tube. Ono tube sufficient for ono ton of coal. KENTUCKY KOALINE KOMPANY requiem mass. TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A, Best I Center and Chestnut street. Tho body arrived heio Sunday, and Monday morning the funeral took place from the Cathedral. known druggist Saturday new.s was received of the death at San Antonio, Texas, of George B. Wathen, a former resident and well known In this city. He is survived by his widow and his mother, Mrs. Anna Wllkerson, . 5c Cigars Made! 301 Loulsvillo Trust Building, Telephone, City 4405. East 903 !$ ! '5 $$"; PHONES High. 375 Bernard 15 Home Phone 2550 OD D. D. S. 5) The. Rev. Father Durbin, ordained last month by Bishop Denis O'Donaghue, has entered upon his of tho Sacred duties as pastor Heart church at Hickman. Upon his arrival he was tendered a very cordial reception. LOCATING LOST SOLDIERS. WILLLVM MONOIIAN. an The Knights of Columbus nounced on Wednesday the opening of a "lost soldier" department at Oculists' Prescriptions. headquarters In New York City. Through with the Ad1 STARRS BUILDING. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY jutant General's office the state ment said, tho 'bureau will furnish INCORPORATED -- Ai Near to You at tbc Nearest Phew" information as to the whereabouts of men who, through carelessness, Fourth and Chestnut. rail to keep In touch with their FUNERAL FLOWERS families and friends. The Red and Cross looks after prisoners A Special Spray $3.09 those who do not write homo because they are wounded. A Special Wreath $5.00 Louis 900-90- A. Broring, DENTIST DRINK ooO tourmMRue lauMtri Vfe teltgrapa Flowers Everywhere So Many Sisters of Charity are this week in retreat at Nazareth. This VISITS ins PARENTS. is the second retreat and will end next Arthur Kline, who has been tak- by Friday. It Is being conducted a priest of the Jesuit order. ing a special eourse In Y. iM. H. A. TAKES STAND. work in Now York, spent a pleasant Right Rev. Bishop Koudelka has week-en- d ADJOURN FOR SUMMER. with his parents, Wr. and forbidden the priests of ..the Su- Mrs. Benjamin Kliag, en route to perior diocese from taking any part Oamp Forrest, at Chlckamauga The 'Board of Directors of the In the prohibition movement. His Park, where he will take up the Visitation Home have adjourned for tetter Is similar to that of Arch-bish- work at the oamp. the summer and will resume their regular meetings for the fall and which 'Meeeaier, declares trom; that there is In iBaglaad women have almost winter on the second Sunday of power back of the mevmet. entirely doie wy wHh mourning. September. op Telegrams received here Saturday night brought the sad news of the death of William H. Monohan, son of Mrs. Bridget Monohan, 316 East Magnolia avenue, who received his death wound while serving with the Corps In United States Marino was Private Monohan Franco. thirty-si- x years old and was serving enlistment, tho first his second three years heing with the Twenty-secon- d Infantry. Before enlisting he was with the Ballard & Ballard Company and was well liked by all his associates. Besides his mother ho Is survived by one brother, James Monohan, and two sisters, Miss Agnes Monohan and Mrs. Henry Caskey, all of Louisville. Catherine and Vico President and 2228 Bardstown Road popular member of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., succumbed to a lingering illness Wednesday morning, fully Blacksmith and Wagon Builder prepared and ready for the last Rubber Tiring. summons. He was a native of years old. and thirty-eigMcCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn Friday night the members of TrinA26 W.MARKCT ' Mowers and Rakes. ity Council assembled at his home JL.OUISVILLE,. KY. A full line of repairs. and recited prayers for the dead. Besides his widow, Mrs. Magdalene A complete line of Fnraltnro at Bardstown Spaeth Osterholt, he Is survived by Road Garage. three small children, 'his mother, prices that are always the lowest. a sister and Satisfaction guaranteed. , Mrs. J. Osterholt, three brothers. Funeral sonices will be held this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Paul's church and burial will be at St. Michael's cemetery. Cov-tngtht J. Osterholt, the well at Preston and St. JOHN M. SCHMITT FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING I TYPEWRITERS f Rebuilt and Used. AU Makes. SISTERS IN RETREAT. N. W. Corner Fourth aid JetTersu RENTED, SOLD, CORNS.BUNIONS REPAIRED Office Equipment Co. INCORPORATED Mk. rv Dr. Uriah Z. Lftsiy Chiropodist 607 trin 125 South Fourth Ave. P""""l! Stark. BkIUm Beth Ffca?: 1 I) ''Sr' a jsce'xo.k: 1 xjgml .ajmce&rxoajku t HEFMAKSTRAUSS0NS4 . rouRTH Avenue tNcapgAreo X NO We diva and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. PROFITEERING Because Suits cost more today than we are retailing them for. Don't buy any more than you need, but you had better buy as much as you need at these prices and you will save money. Not for hoarding, but for economy buy now. Big shipment, just received, marked very close in price in very desirable merchandise. We specialize in Suits for young men and those who stay young. CONFIRMATION I SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT ! f t l 0.4D :W.4D White Shirts ,,- - n.- -, ,r- - mx! IUi MAP OF BATTLEFRONT IN FRANCE. Top, Field Marshal Haig, of the British army. Below left, Gon. Foch, commander-ln-iChithe allied armies. Right, Gen. Pershing, Commander-in-Chie- f of the United States army. ef of all and Blouses HIBERNIANS. News Notes. it would he taken as a token of sympathy of fellowship and be regarded as a symbol of those bonds between the J two countries which hf Tirnvflrt TiAVflr KNIGHTS OF tiOMDH TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS the same principles, those principles are the principles of the Catholic church, and without their observance no nation can prosper." The membership mark Is now Division 3 will meet next Friday The lnscrlptlbn on the cornernight. stone merely states the date and soaring toward 500,000. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON The K. of C. ibuilding at Fort Ben was Tom Dolan is preparing a talk the fact that tho 1uildlng Harrison will bo dedicated July 21. erected that will NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES divisions. prove of interest to the gives the for American forces and The K. of C. have now forty-fiv- e names of Cardinal Bourne, huts in various parts of France. Mgr. Barnes and J. W. McBrlde and Attorney Tom Walsh says look Lieut. John 'Duggan, committeemen. FOR GIRLS' WEAR. The Knights of Columbus have out for him to follow in Mark expended about 17,000,000 fin war Ryan's 'footsteps. 30x3 8.60 Thermold PI. CI oil ant guaranteed activities. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. .T.e","rename ana serial number at30x3 8.95 Thermold Ws. CI took, wIUj Divisions 11 and 12 of San FranFifty candidates received 10.96 tached. the 30x3 Thermold PL CL 32x3( Thermold PL Ss big sports Old Jupiter Pluvlus again Inter- third degree on Sunday at 13.26 cisco will have their We lollcU a call to inspect our itook 32x3 ( Thermold Ns. S3 12.96 at fcotn atone. fered with the games in the Twin carnival tomorrow. Wis. Main Office The Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, cuwi"38 Plans are under way for the City Leaguo last Sunday, but the postponements only added to the cils is number of subordinate coun- 40O 8. riTTK ST. about 2,000 and the total of gieat Hibernian picnic to be held interest in Retail Branch Main 1039 the Held meet which is all funds about ?9, 000,000. 60S S. THIRD ST. Incorporated at Milwaukee next month. to bo held at Eclipse Park tomorNewport Council has added eight Milwaukee Hibernians are ar- row. It was agreed several weeks ranging a patriotic celebration and ago that for an attraction at the more stars to its servlco flag, brine- eighty-eigh- t. flag raising for next Wednesday. field meet the first and second ing the number up to The institution of a new council teams would play a regular game. Board The National of the marked an Ladles Auxiliary will hold a called but the standing shows the Vernon Catholic circlesimportant epoch in Jn Moundsvllie, W meeting next Tuesday at Atlantic Club leading by one game and the va. A. O. H. and K. of C. tied for secCity. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. SECOND AND BREOTONRIDaE, Wisconsin Knights will have a Chairman W. J. Mark J. Ryan, Vice President of ond honors. Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and Division 4, surprised his Hibernian (Babe) Ryan, of the Field Day three days' retreat for members and Teaches Iaymon at friends by deserting the bachelor Committee, will let tho two ofsecond August 31. Lake Beulah, opening kindred subjects. playteams draw for the honor ing the Vernns and the loser will Day and Night classes the- year round. Our system is right; our ranks. There will be a big Initiation at Come out to Eclipse Park tomor- play a picked nine of Twin City Ellinwood, Kas., on July 21, This prices are right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. row and loot for the A. O. H. stars. The first game will begin at will give the draft boys a chance J. D. CREAGER, Prln. members In tho field day events 1:45, and following that game a to join before going to the army. and ball games. programme of field events will be Upwards of 200 candidates rePostponing of the national con given, consisting of circling the ceived tho fourth degree last Sund dash, long distance day at Oakland, Cal. At the convention makes many changes and bases, postpones the elections that follow throw and a relay race. As It Is clusion Archbishop Hanna celewell known, ;the Twin City League brated vespers at St. solemn the national meeting. rurnishes high .class timateuf ball Francis de Sales church. Dan J. Hennessy told the mem- at Shawneo park every T o Johnny Evers will soon tako bers "of Division 4 Monday how Im- throughout the season with Sunday o the ex- his duties as a General Secretary for portant It was to be a member of ception of Ky7 o their 'field day, and it is me war Activities uommitee In o the order in Pittsburgh. hoped that the greater portion of France. His task will toe to help o 'Capt. Jerry Hallahan, of Division the big throngs who enjoy the Sunof all kinds When you buy Furniture you should o 4, Is now In Charleston, S. C, hold- day games will he on hand tomor- promote athletics ing the position of railway track row to assist the league in a finan- among the American expetltlonary made to give buy the kind that is forces. foreman with the cial way. WINE HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLLINBAOH 00 Owner Wathen, of the New Albany Council has set July HOLLENBAOH'S away with trading stamps or cheap, Company. Louisville park, has generously do- 23 as tho day for tho picnic for ft Karl A. Hollenbacb, Prop. INCORPORJLTJHJ Hibernians of Clinton, N. Y., nated the park, the officers and the members trashy premiums. We do not handle Importer and Dealer In mourn the death of Thomas J. directors aro giving their time and Sugar Grove. and their friends at Distillers Of The arrangements trading stamps, but good Furniture, CarNolan, an earnest worker for the services, and the Twin City follow- aro In the hands of William OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH WINES AND LIQUORS Birr, local division and one of the leading ers ought to do the jest. Over 100 Frank pets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. Welch, Arthur Gregoire, "HOLLENSAOH" 144 South Third Street PURE BY . men of the town. players of the league arp now In Henry Miller, Frank Ritz and Leon Home Phone 1191 KM W. Mala St. Lonlarllle, Xy. Thousands attended tho great Hi- the service of Uncle Sant, and many Gohmann. bernian reunion lust Sunday at San oi mem nave sent worn to Keep tne Francisco. Members of the United good old ship going- until they K, OP O. OVERSEAS WORK. ' 415-41States army and navy weie wel come home. The standing to date 7 EAST MARKET STREET. of the leaguer comed without tickets. Fifty Knights of Columbus SecreMrs. W J. J. Breen, of South L Pet. taries and chaplains have arrived in Omaha, was hostess to Division 1 Vernon .......,...,. 1 .834 France in the last two weeks, acon Wednesday evening. These home K.ofC 2 .667 cording to announcement made by 4 E. H.WEHAUS.Sec.-TreaJ. Ml DOUGHERTY, Vic Pns. L E. LAMING, PRES. receptions are a pleasant feature of Hibernians...., 2 .667 William P. Larkin. director of the 4 Main Office -F- irst and A Sts. Eltvator Pops and Payne the Hibernian life of Omaha. Fifteenth and Maemila Mackin .?,.... 4 3 57i Knights of Columbus Committee on City 510 S. 1058Y Highland 146Z City 3101 S. 96CY ..,. 2 The Hibernian Included in 333 War Work Activities. Rifles of San Trinity 4 , Champs o .000 the number Is Chief Judge J. W. Francisco had a great reunion and 7 Eggerman, of the Circuit Court, field day last Sunday In Glen Park. HARVEY-JELLIC- O ALICE BRADY'. Fort Wayne. Ind., who resigned his There was a banner programme of office, which paid ?5,000 a year, military maneuvers and stunts and Alice Brady" one of the loveliest to accept service overseas, which a line field card. and most popular screen stars in pays $126' a month. Judge Egger- - !; (INCORPORATED) ? years old, is the country, is tho . daughter of man, who is forty-tw- o BOYS ENTER NAVY. William J. Brady, manager, and married and has three children. Joseph M. Maloney and Joseph husband of Grace George, tho Two thousand additional Secretaries o DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Hell, two well known and popular famous actress, Miss Brady was are wanted by the Knights of (I NONE PURER NONE BETTER young men of the Highlands, left educated In a convent In New Jer- - Columbus, who expect "to send parties to France at weekly intervals. last Sunday night for the Great More than BOO applications have Lakes naval training station, near Chicago, to add their services to been received In tho last few days. Kentucky's long 10II of dauntless Headquarters of the committee are All coal sold at Government prices. heroes in training or ahead at 461 Fourth avenue, Now York In Place your next order with us. Terms cash. City, active service "over there." That these two valiant youths with their CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, companions will prove an honor to rOLONKLS HOJIF. TUESDAY. their native city and State was the expression heard on all sides by the The Louisville ball club will close concourse of friends Who its present away from home jaunt filled Cor. Fifth and Market BOTH PHONES at Toledo Monday, arriving home Home City 1389 Union Station to bid them farewell Cumh. Main 1389 ".BaflaBBH &&'? i'Sr, on their begin a jr?ikr la ir.,s rrji mtmnmme&A.TWk Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 voluntary Journey. Previous tp their BBBBL laBBBH Tuesdaywithto the Indianapolis e club, series BBBBBBB enlistment Messrs. Mav i sbhbbbbS BBbBbBbM BbBbBbBbbt loney and Hell were engaged in the who have not been going so good Three Tor Cent. Interest Pnid-nursery business, but placing their under the management of Larry Time Deposfts Lajole, and the Colonels should becountry's honor above their indigin their homo stay toy getting a they voluntarily vidual interests James B. Brown President running start on the downtrodden entered the naval service to aid in Henry J. Angermeler..VIce President making tho world safe for Hooslers. The Louisville team has .Vice President James J. Hayes held its own or done better with C. M. S. Hebel Vice President every other team except Kansas rOHE ORDEAL OF ROSETTAl , ... John S. Akors .Cashier City, who for the first time in KNIGHTS IN ENGLAND. INCORPORATED Oscar A. Block .Asst. Cashier years has had the edge on LouisA. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashier ville. In previous years the Colonels The cornerstone of tho first club FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. have beaten the Blues an average house which the American Knights sey, and having a flno voice studied of seven out of every ten games, no of Columbus will erect in England KENTUCKY was laid Saturday In the church in Boston for "grand opera. She matter how strong Kansas City was, LOUISVILLE yard of Westminster Cathedral. sang with brilliant success in "The but this season the latter have Cardinal Bourne blessed the stone Balkan Princess" at the Herald beaten the Colonels nine out of ten M. J. BAKNON, rnsMnt to Winter. P. BAKMBH, J., Vtei Frit, tod Treat. singing comedy games, and have a lead of less than and Monsignor Barnes and repre- Square Theater, sentatives of the Knights of Colum- roles for three years. Her beauty. three game3 for the pennant, which bus committee particpated in the ability and growing fame attracted shows that with an oven break poceremony. The organization will me attention of the motion picture sitions would 'have ibeon reserved. take over a building which has managers, who made "her such flat been used (by (British soldiers and tering offors to become a screen RAISE SERVICE FLAGS. ; ' Sewer ana Calvert Pipe, sailors and will open It next week. I star that she left the stage and re- Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Batman's Patent Lirfdea Piae for Steam Ceadaits. The raising of a service flag of The bulldlmr bezun Saturdav will newed her trluanphs as an artist in e motion picture world. Miss 260 stars, two of them gold, took be finished in the autumn. Cardinal Wall Cealarf, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, Dae to the arrest demand we are how BOTTLING COMMON Bourne appeared in the full robes "rady has starred in the following place Sunday at Our Laxly of Angels rire rreonag, rise using, Fire BrlcK, plays: "La Vie De church, North Hamlin avenue and aad IIfjrem have tried the rest get the BEST. of his office atfd. accompanied by Popular Grate ana Keller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. "The Gilded Cage," Iowa street, Chicago. The Right a choir, came directly from the uoenme," Cathedral at the conclusion of a Bought and Paid For," "A Woman Rev. Mgr. Edward A. Kelly blessed PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. To Deum in honor of the silver Alone," "The Hungry Heart," "The the flag and the (Rev. James A. wedding of King George and Queen Dancer's Peril," "Darkest Jtussia," Hynes, pastor, was celebrant of the , IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507, , "Maternity." Mary. "The Divorce Game," mass. Widow," "Betsy A service flag was raised at St. aad Breokiaride and Ninth aad MnftHoIia. After a brief address by J. W. "A If church, Logan McBrlde. one of tho committeemen. Ross," "The Refugee " "The Maid John Berchraan's Belgium," "The Spurs of boulevard and Maplewood avenue, Mgr. Barnes spoke, addressing his-Sunday morning. The Th lot. Sybil" and "Her Silent Sacrifice." Chicago, remark to tho rTnrriinai In which SATISFIES THAT LONGING. achieved her greatest Rev. ,John Webster Melody, pastor Carab. South 2403a ter. in renlv. said o lie rfirped that triumph. sheM1m Brady Is very otsiZV Jarlath's, preached tho serFbeH City 3104 the church bad far fceen unable to do more than to express a spirit versatile, tdanea and slugs foeautl-o- f mon. The pastor is the Rev, Ss Hei; height h about five feet Julius E. iBevos, who ministers to hospitality felt toward the forces lx menes, m ,WMcns noout iz& a eonrreatlon of former Belgians. of America. INCORPORATED In tviiis: this plot of English ouna, and Has lovtfy dark eyes many of whom have enlisted In the PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY d hair, war. 118tt SOUTH small though Jt he, he hoped ST. What They Have Been Doing sundered. Continuing, the Cardinal Late New That Will Interest said: Members Here and the Past Week General "Both nations are .fighting for ntrnln wmilrl h 60c 79c $1.00 Cunning, Lewis & Brotzgc CLOTHING SPECIALISTS i memtetistimsmsmsmitiMiittfHcd FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. 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