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KJghH.St. Wholesale and Retail Home Phone City 7075. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAJVJULY 20, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ENGLAND Is Governing a Country People. J With- out the Consent of Its Lloyd George Naively Confesses s Insincerity of Government Professions. Brooklyn Standard Presents Ireland's Case as It Is Toduy. FRENCH A TRAITOR AND FAILURE 'Wholesale Krieger establishing changing of preclncw among them being the locating three p n at Elov- clncts in the liegro pelllng the enth and" Walnut, Hereon white voters from and to that one Market streets to co la Ingrowing sus corner. There picion that the Mva Federation are only guardians f the morals of the wicked Demo( tts. Last week tho I itucky Irish letter from a American published member v.i the navy, former incident, in which he e:osed the joke fire department, whl .has resulted in Louisville being Xlsseed as a third class city by if fire Insur- wo are In ance men. This receipt of a letter lem a former Louisville boy, now W.c Sergeant in the cavalry at FomiMley, Kas. In his letter he Says: "We Louisville bJ certainly en Joy .reading about tljB Keystone police and aibout tho 'Jppubl lean city employe who a lantern wanBa rd duty. when detailed on If this bird didn't Mftw no more about guns when he urchaeed firearms for the Repu lean machine a wonder he than he does now, didn't bring cap pis s back to the re-Io. IRELAND Inside Facts of Irish History as Told by T. P.. O'Connor. . ''1 1 wk Blunders That Led to the Tcr rible Itch ell ion Easter Sunday. In a ,Night Nation "Was Transformed From Frcindlincss - o ;" a to Hate. MURDER BY AN INSANE OFFICER - 1 Editoilally the Brooklyn Standard Union tells Ha readers that again and again It has been assorted a chief object of the world war was to secure the right of for and email nations. President AVilson has Insisted the people of these small nations must not bo traded about as If they and their countries taken together wero mere commodities. England has concurred in all these Yet Lloyd adtrulstlc declarations. the InGeorge naively confesses professions, so sincerity- of such far as England Is concerned, In a speech he made before the House of Commons recently. Speaking of his Government, he said "It was dealing with the problem of governing a country without having the full assent. of Its people." That's the case In a nutshell. England never had any right in Ireland except might. Morally Ireland Is no more bound to England to Germany. Botli than .Belgium is powers are In posof these great session of the smaller countries they rule by force of arms, which amounts to robbery. The only difference is the English robbery took hundred place more than seven years ago, and in that time a minority of the population, composed, however, of the wealthy and In influential some senses the most people In the country have, because of special favors extended to them, not only acquiesced in the rule of England but bpcome more English than the English themselves. A bad matter is made worse by He reMr. George's explanations. grets the failure of England to enforce the bill providing tor the establishment of a Parliament in Ireland as a fatal blunder. In almost the next breath laments, the impossibility of forcing through in the middle of a great war a measure regarded as highly contentious, and finally expressed the contradictory hope "that normal, conditions would be restored In Ireland and that a settlement of the Irish problem would 'bo practicable even during the war." Certainly It is hard to nn trust In snnh a wobblinc nolicv. The English Premier explained. that his recent course in ireianu, which does not seem to have satisfied either the majority or the minority of the people, was taken and on the advice of Lord French French is Chief Secretary Shortt. a traitor and a failure combined. It was this same French who was In command of the English military forces In Ireland when Sir Edward Carson, the Orange leader, organa formidable ized and equipped army to resist home rule by force. to him as Carson had supplied much money as he wanted and was able to put all the guns and on the occasion of wildly enthusiastic shows Mayor of New York Oity of the City Hall. Note tho1 French on the boys close to the Mayor. France., The return BACK FROM BATTLE. of' the American soldiers from service in France was welcoming the boya on the steps War Cross presented for bravery receptions everywhere. Photo to send troops to tho battle line in the Irish question "because it was Increasing difficulties not the meiely of tho British Government, but those of the United States in conducting the war." CHAPLAINS Mr. George urged tho settling of POLITICAL Iteforincrs Introduce Reform in the Local Juvenile Court. Chcif Probation Officer Resigns Because of Political IN TRAINING. In the fourth session of the training school tfor chaplains and approved chaplain candidates at Camp Zachary Taylor there are 120 Among of various denominations. them- - aie the following Catholic priests: Rev. Fathers John Joseph Bonner, East Falls, Philadelphia; Joseph H. Boutin, Leomlster, Mass.; Chaput, Moxee City, William Wash,; Andrew Orln Dodge, Lawrence, Mass.; Joseph Vincent Dougherty, Brooklyn; Francis X. John Exler, West De Pere, Wis.; Thomas R. Kelly, Denver; Michael J. McKeough, West De Vere, Wis.; James Patrick McMahon, Burwell, Neb.; Sidney J. Morrlsson, Chicago; John William Mundy, Philadelphia; G. Vincent O'Brien, Hancock, N. Y.r Francis Joseph Plutz, iCamptl, Li.: Francis Joseph Rosa, Philadelphia; Daniel J. Lanlhan, Waterloo, Iowa. On Sunday Father Kelly will take the place of Father Halloran at frvlngton. Father Plutz will assist Father George O'Connor at St. William's, and the others will look out for the spiritual welfare of the soldiers at Y. M. C, A. No. 158 and the four Knights of Columbus buildings. It Is stated that a few of the Catholic students will be in ducted into the Knights of Colum bus on Sunday afternoon. Chaplain Fealy Is to deliver the address at the blessing of the service flag at St. Helena's church on Sunday morning, and Father Mundy will speak at the unfurling of St. Michael's service banner at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. NUNCIO FOIt CHINA. Appointments. Soldier Boys at Fort ltlley Knjoy Laugh nt Keystone Police. NOW SUBJECT FOR MINSTRELS they needed. In the hands Practically Carson of his troops. spat in the face of King and Parliament. He dared either or both to attempt the establishment of a Parliament in Dublin for the purposo Nevof giving Ireland home rule. ertheless this same French, an army officer sworn to obey the orders of King and Parliament, let It ,be known he would not lead his soldiers against the armed forces of Carson, which threatened war on England If It attempted to enforce home rulo In Ireland. Were either of these men punished for their traitorous acts? Oh, no. On the contrary, both were rewarded with nigh place. Carson, who is a man of brains, was taken Into the EngFrench, who la a lish Cabinet. man of political pull, was placed in high command in Franco, only to for reasons most be withdrawn EDUCATIONAL. beneficial to soldiers serving under tilrn. Next he had charge of the The fifteenth annual meetdng of home defense against air raidert. Associa But the defense he offered, although the Catholic Educational amply supplied with flying ma- tion will be held In San Francisco, guns, did Cal., July The President of chines and not prevent the Huns bombarding the, conference is the Very Rev. LondoH, not once, but a dozen John P. O'Mahoney, C S. V., Presitimes, from 'the air and bringing dent of St. Viator's College, 111. Ho will deliver the death and destruction to other parts of England, And now he Ib found opening address on July 23. "Catholic Professional Education," the as the ruler of Ireland. Chief Secretary Shortt .babbles of first paper, will be read by the Jtev, plot to overthiow Charles B. MouHnler, S. J., Mara German-Iris- h the Government of England In Ire- quette University, Milwaukee, Wis. land, hut does not offer a particle "Fostering the Missionary Spirit In of proof such a plot exists. In the Our Schools" will be presented by course of his speech, following Mr. the Rev. Bruno HagBBeU, S. V. D George, Mr. Shortt said a letter had St. Mary'a Mission House, Techny, been found on one of the Irish lead- 111. A meeting In the' City Audiers now under arrest from another torium, seating 10,000, In recogniIrish leader, also tinder arrest. In tion of the men who have gone Into Which allusion was made do some military service from Catholic edu- uv ueiu, event that was to occur two months luaLxiuiiuna, win after the German drive In France. Rev, Brother Benjamin,, of Louls-(villLloyd And who represents the Xaverlans, Americans When on the George admitting in hli speech it will deliver an address Is to these men he has appealed "Junior High School Plan," which and thai it is from them he asked is attracting considerable interest at among the prominent for" advice In dealing with the Irish this tune question it is dittcult to avoid the educators. I"or ten years Brother conclusion the BnUh Government Benjamin was Director or St. John's ha been culpably negligent in al- at Danvers, Mass., the moat select lowing situation to grow up Catholic boarding school in New which requires it to keep 350,000 . England, having been transferred to soldiers in Ireland at a time when the Presidency at St. Xav4r's, thta tonntry to ttratatog iti utmost JLoaitrilto, hurt August The news of tho Vatican's de to appoint a Papal Nuncio lor China Is calculated to make a deep Impression upon French diplo matic and church circles, In the view of the Rome correspondent of the Paris Petit Journal. He recalls that Pope Leo XIII. In 1885 appointed a Nuncio for Peking and agreed to the establishment of a Chinese Legation at the Vatican. The French Minister at the Vatican, In mo uuuiu ... Thn mni,.rt n, x iuuudi rinM..AlHt r i ey uiuuij' ul uunuver, iiiieuieneu inai i'rance would break off diplomatic relations with the Vatican If the plan were carried out, the correspondent says, considering that the Vatican would be powerless to act in event of a massacre of mlR.qlnnnrlpq In nhlnn Pope Leo, recognizing the .gravity or tne situation, cancelled the appointment, the correspondent adds. The Rome correspondent of the Havas Agency says the name most frequently mentioned in connection with the Peking post is that of Monslgnor Joseph Petrelll, the Apostolic Delegato to the Philippines. cision ,...(.. The "reform" boys now in control of our city and county administration having. pretty nearly completed their1 work In the city by wrecking the police and fire departments, have now turned their attention to a little "reform" in the county and began their operations with the Juvenile Court, which has always been kept aloof from politics by previous administrations. The appointees in that court have always worked under Jurisdiction of the Children's Protective Association, Board of Children's Guardians and similar organizations. Miss Ada Woolfolk, a of former County Judge Sam Greene, has been Chief Probation Officer in that court and her work has been highly commended by the many who came in contact with the workings of the Juvenile Court. Mrs. Harry Bishop, Miss Patty Semple and other prominent women have always taken an Interst on behalf of the wayward and unfortunate children who come before that court, and as stated above, there haB never ibeen a semblance of politics In connection with the work, former administrations giving the children's associations and those Interested !In welfare work a free reign, even to the selecsister-in-law anti-aircra- ft 23-2- 5. Bour-bonnal- s, e, But the "reform" boys have no scruples ahout Introducing politics when a salaried job is at stake and the Juvenle Court has been marked as another political pie asset. Recently many were surprised to read In the papers that Miss Woolfolk had tendered her resignation withexplanation, out any but her friends say that It was because of the appointment of her assistants, whom it Is rumored took hold very readily. Strange to say, none of tho dally press mentioned the two new appointments as assistant probation officers, not even the Herald, which acts as the organ of the Reform Press Bureau, and the Kentucky Irish American Is the first paper to publish the names of the new appointees. They are Mrs. Howard O. Sanders, u sister of Chesley Searcy, the Republican boss and President of the Sinking Fund, and .Mrs. Pansy Dcnunzio, wife of Nick Deiunulo, CouncUmnn front the Eighth ward and administration Hjiokesmnn in the Lower Hoard. As aeon as Miss Woolfolk's resignation takes effect it la rumored that Mr. Searcy's sister will be given the post of Chief Probation Officer. Mr. Searcy's idea of seems to be getting a good job for yourseir and relatives, but many would like to hear how his ideas of reform agree with the women's good government clubs and our old friends, the Purity Committee of the Men's Federation, who used to guard our morals very closely and see to it that the Democratic administrations hewed close to tlie line In keeping our institutions out of polities. My, my, but what a chance the Men's Federation has had for some stirring meetings In the past six months. The ooliotf shooting at the (Mad House, starv- tns or tne ?iriaonra at. tho tail th Sold up, tne Omtile Case, the fake street carnival, the (tamtltng punch boards, & City Hospital scandal, gad last bat net least the edict of County Judge "re-formnon-partis- tion of officers. Geiser-Hahle- tn I am only at the beginning of the tactics as the long srory, and I have no time to Republican 'reforme know about county, and running the city a tell tho whole at the moment. Take (Mayor Smith for Instance the treatment of the he handles a gun .11 Juggling act when he did the cl Sixteenth division tho division for .11 behind his the creation of which Redmond and of trying to catch a CONTRASTS ON THE PARIS BOULEVARDS. Devlin main responsibility; back on opening d at the ball The Indian officers are as much of an attraction In the Bdls de 98 per had the the rank and file cent, of Se park. Yours, ant M. H., Boulogny as the pretty Parlslenne themselves. men, many were Nationalist and Catholic. ApThese "311 U.6 Cavalry." from The poor old iKwstono police loyaltythe ruling families of India, have shown marked courage and plication after application was made to the cause. for the appointment of Nationalists force has been havne its troubles a'galn, several of th"yap" motor-me- n and Catholics as officers; they were nnd conductors quitting bealways mixing with the soldlera and refused, and yet again refused, until cause they got lost m. their beat at giving them the host of advice and it finally worked out that In a dinight time, especlaw. those who Chaplain McEvoy, at vision 98 per cent. Nationalist and comfort. were detailed awayJKrom the car building No. 2, la as much Interest- Catholic 85 per cent, of tho officers lines, as one put "How can I ed in tho work as the Secretaries were Protestant and Unionist. Take another instance: When the know all of tho ciw when I only and has made many new acquaint- Irish regiments went into worked on tho Brow street cars." ances. Chaplain Gallagher, at tho distinguished themselves battle and by their The Board of Safety4haa about run Busiest Week Since Opening-Offic- ers auditorium, works from early mornout of street car me Kan d thla week ing until taps with the. men of the conspicuous bravery their names Itcccption Social appointed a couple ofoutsiders, one training camp who are stationed wero deliberately omitted from the oulletlns by the Orange gang in from Fern Creek aitj another from opposite the main building. "Event. army. that ran Oklahoma City, thejene from the The staff of Secretaries has been the War Office climax to the long this latter place helngJfappoInted the by the addition of threo Then camo the augmented Sir day after he arrived! The traffic new men from the East, Secretary chapter of criminal blunders. Edward Carson, the leader of the squad Is now contreMed toy a forNow Chaplains and Secretaries Heffernan coming from Now York Ulster rebellion, was admitted to mer motorman andUconductor, and n and Secretaries McDonald and By unconscious humor they are having a Jird time in Furnish Advice and Real from Philadelphia. All threo the Cabinet. leader, making the quit are very much Interested In their Ihe rebellious England, as Attorney Comfort. was created stamping their feet 'when they turn new woik and will add strength to General for chief the semaphores, huiSworklng the the force here. Rev. Father Held, theEven a custodian of law. was atworse outrago lever comes naturalAJas It Is in line from Pennsylvania, also arrived If with their former employment of during the week and has assumed tempted InIn Ireland. whothere were could be Ireland turning the motor cijiik on the car. Attendance ntthcBcllgious Ser- his duties as chaplain at 'West one man described as an even narrower and The percentage of agists is kept up vices Fills All Three Point. Orangeman than Carby having the newsjfeper detectives The soldiers still frequent the more virulent ' Campbell. Buildings. raid tho Walnut street cigar stores sacraments In largo numbers and ton it was James to get rid of the It was proposed and Pete Bltzer's wfcen things, are th3 attendance at mass on Sunday excellent Lord Chancellor, then in slack, but two of .'the Keystoners is most gratifying to the chapllns Sir Ignatius O'Brien, a tried to do their bltlby arresting a and a source of much wonder to office, stray hors at Twelfth and Mag- ENTERTAINMENTS ARE ENJOYED tho outside workers at the camp. Catholic and a Nationalist, and to Campbell In his place. ' The nolia the other daylff but the horse People f i oni all over the country put showed the proverljial horse sense (luck lo the recreation buildings ev- Lord Chancellor In Ireland Is not by balking aad reflng to be arery visiting" day, and .lie alwa'ys merely the head of the judiciary, members Nothing ' rested bythe!Kytpers, kindly, received by the Serretarles. but he Is one of the chief forto-o- f "The past week at daunted they sent for the patrol Taylor was the busiest since the Tho war activities will be extend- of the executive; with the most machine, but the horse wouldn't camp at Stlthton as soon character he may be ed to of even be led "by the machine and a work of the Knights of Columbus as tho the men go theie, as plans are potent member much the executive. began last fall. The activities beeven for the hoy relieved them of gan Sunday night with moving pic- alrendv on foot for the erection of This was too their trouble by agreeing to take tures, Monday evening the boya at buildings at that point. The quar- long suffering English Liberals; Ihey Joined the Irish in a protest the horse in for a nickel. The been for funny police held a conference and Nos. 2 and 3 were entertained with antine has In tho lifted draft the men and a threat and the appointment who came last and the was withdrawn. Compensation was, players, the and raised the amount among them. The soldier slnge'rs a baritone soldiers are glad of the oppoitunlty however, found for the boy mounted the horse and off he most prominent being for Company to visit our city, where they nre ne became Attorney General for from the Twenty-secon- d galloped willingly, giving the Keyby the name of Camell, who haa a entertained nt receptions and stoners the horse laugh. Ireland, with handsome emoluments wonderful voice to something like Here are two minstrel Jokes very warmly by and was received The Knights of Columbus receD- - amounting year. his soldier mates. pulled at a local show this week: $30,000 a Tuesday night Tom O'Donnell tions on Saturday afternoon and "Say, Mr. Bones, what moving Thus doth rebellion but on the evenings very popular with the prosper In Ireland. One pictures does the Louisville police i and his company of seven young men fromare far off places. Mackln .right side ladies played the entire evening, rebel Attorney General for Engforce represent?" and when taps were sounded they and Trinity Councils, of the Y. M. land; the other rebel Attorney GenMr. Bones "I don't know. Mr. were still being encored. Little f., are also doing their share of the i eral for Ireland. The reader will Ta'mbo, what do they represent?" entertaining, as aie the girls of St, now the conditions understand Mr. Tambo "The Keystone mov- Miss Walsh, the baby sister of Dan Helena's Club. Walsh, who was a former newspaing pictures." which produced the rebellion; per man here In Louisville, was the Here Is the other: There were other factors of KEHNAN RESIGNS. propa"Say, Mr. Bones, what opera does star of the New Albany aggregation. course German intrigue, Their programme would not pormit the local police represent?" Walter N. Kernan, of New Yoik, ganda and money from America, one Mr. Bones gives up, and the soreness left In Dublin by the Mr. them to play at more than of Colunnbus Tambo gleefully answers; 'Carmen" building, aud they will return next Overseas Knightsresigned, . clue defeat of a great strike, and .the has, to week to perform at building .No. 2. -- car men. dslons which had begun to haunt Wednesday evening found the big pressing work In Amerjca, and Law- many Irish minds, especially among States ihe young, with the roblrth of the vaudeville show at the auditorium, rence O. Murray, United CONDITION Ijn'ROVES. where the officers of the camp have Comptroller of the Currency umlor Irish nation through the people and Presidents and Roosevelt, has The many friends of Mrs. Ed- taken poasession, Miss Rose Henley been 'namedTaft succeed him. Mr. the expulsion, after so many cento tho feudal landlords. The ward J. Bosler will bo glad to hear and her pupils being thoroughly Murray Is already In France, having turies, of was not in itself very serirebellion of her continued Improvement. Mrs. regular gone over on a tour of Inspection ous as a military proposition; only Thursday nlght the Bosler, who la the wife of Edward for the society. Mr. J. Bosler, the popular1 hotel man, weekly entertainment at buildings cablegram of resignation Kernan's 2,000 Joined In Dublin, and it was recalU 3 was can led oh underwent quite a serious operation Nos. 2 and Margaret Casperson with that when ho entered the K. of C. put down of course as eoon as Engas land was able to bring her troops at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital little Miss Miss Casperson is service he only promised to Tenmln across the channel. on the morning of June 24. At her the headllner. (n the work for three months, but By this time present rate of progress her phy well remembered as the pupil of he has now given nine the whole unto sicians think she will be able to Miss Blanche Mitchell, and Is here It. He expresses his keenmonths apprecia- fortunate affair might have been leave the hospital at the end or for a visit with friends In Louis- tion of the confidence shown in partially at least forgotten but for ville. She is just as dainty and Its deIncidents two weeks. directors. Mr, Kernali the cruel followed. by which secret, captivating as of yore and her new him by the position Tried In In the railroad feat was holds a big audience of soldiers, wero very apin prison and by the summary DANCER AIDED SCHOOL, who world. preciative, as wero the patrons of ognition It was he K, of secured rec- aiethod of a C. of the service men, mostly poetic youths, fifteen Miss were A dancer died In 'New York the geant Mitchell's dancing school. Ser- from Gen. Pershing. Cook, who is known among Several executed, also in secret. other day, and when she was hurled oeople wero murdered by an officer (Tom tho Italian Church of St. Jo- the soldiers as "Private Red," was HELPS SINN FEIN PARTY. afterward declared to be Insane, seph, New Rochelle It became also well received at both buildings. Flynn with Private libJess known for the first time that tne Johnny The Dublin correspondent of tho and now, I boiieve, already at parochial School of that parish, In Wlllinghurst, performed one of Associated Press writes that tho erty; among them a well known "black-face- '' many turns with publicist, Sheehy Skefflngton, who which 300 children are educated, their persons friend Forrest number of will be entitled to vote was not In the rebellion and was was for years almost entirely sup- encores. Our old In Ireland increased nearly ported by her. goo was the wife Thompson was with us again on 150 per cent, under the new fran- known as a pacifist. The whole still chise law giving everj' one who oul of Ireland was stirred to its of the well known comedian, Eddie Thursday last and the boys make lota of "fuss" over "Jess." depths, as the soul of man has alPoy. In Friday evening moving pictures has lived vote. Ireland six months the ways heon touched by tho executive right to The franchise Is ex- of an enthusiast of an idea. In a from the World Film Corporation more than thirty to DOSnNIOAN WAR CHAPLAINS. at Cincinnati entertained at two tended old, women are the wives of night a nation, that had been who buildings, and at the auditorium a years the friendliness to Besides the twelve chaplains now reception was' given in honor of electors. The city of Dublin has friendly Indeed the policy Of Redin the regular military service there the commanding General, and his had up to now 40,000 voters. In the war and to so strong that the still are twelve more Dominican fathers staff of officers, future It will have 100,000. The ef- mond waswas was which Knights of Columbus greatest event so far attempted the fect on Irish politics generally is rebellion of condemned by a large acting as by Irleh Nationalists a chaplains. The English province the Knights of Columbus workers. expected to be to increase the vot- majoritythat hacked the war with ing strength of the Sinn Fein party, nation has fourteen chaplains, the Irish The big auditorium was vbeautlfully the old. enthusiasm, in province six,, the Canadian one, decorated with flags and palms, since the larger part of the addi- something ofthe rebuffs In a night spite of all while more than twentyflve French which hid the Third Regiment band tional voters will be young men. this nation was transformed from Dominicans have been honored with of thirty-eigpieces, who gave a friendliness to hate, burning reckcitations and decorations (for brav- most delightful programme under TAUKKQ SURPRISES PASTOR. less, blind to everything to the ery. Tho iDomlnlcans are also with tho direction of Bandmaster Montparishioners of St. Patrick's future Interests of Ireland, to the t'he the Italian and Belgian, forces. chap- and St. Anne's churches gave their scaffold Hn tho desire gomery. The reception was to strike eroned by many of Louisville's pastor, Rev. J. J. HIgglna, a very back the cruel blow that had been HRCEIVKD IRlflH TWAINING. by assembling at Inflllcted on her, Ireland in short prominent people, and the officers pleasant surprise were high In their praise of the the rectory in Taberg, N. Y., on the mw red, and thus lnan hour all the is bosoming , an educa- evening's entertainment. The grand evening of July 12. The occasion work of reconciliation between the Ireland tional center for Hindu who seek march was led by Major Reed, Mrs. was his fiftieth anni- two people which had been going birthday Government poets in their native P. H. Callahan and Major Raburg versary, Special music was ren- on steadily (for forty yeaTS was unland. On one day recently fourteen and Mrs. Matt O'Doherty, There dered and an enjoyable time had by out of nineteen new barristers were about 160 officers present and the large crowd present. Refresh- done. Looking on aghast and for a mocalled to the Irish bar were Indians. the same number of young ladles. ments were served. A chief feature ment heipleeg before this .ruin of These men hare no intention of set- The refreshment booths at the four was the largo birthday cake which tier hopes, the Irish constitutional tling In the United Kingdom, or of corners of the building wero pre- glitercd with fifty candles. Father leaders set themselves promptly to practicing law in .India. Legal sided over by the hostesses. HIgglna wa3 presented- - with $50 in the. task of trying to restore the training with them is training Although the entertainments were gold and a basket containing fifty fabric again. which will enable them to get good well received during the week, the white roses. Master James Eames administrative 'posts at home, religious end of the work of the preseated the basket of flowers.' ANOTKRR VAOAXOT. chaplains Utlca Press. Knights of Columbus PKKPAJtBraODge. Father" Hlgglns is a bi other of out very prominent. Rev. stands Arobblshop J. B. Piteral, of Santa Buying winter' epal now is Father Missia has begun a glee club William M. INgglHS. of the Ken- Fe, has resigned and his retgna-tio- a to with the men of bU building with tucky .Irish American, and has visand the world ought he been aoeepted, He, win know by this' tin fahr great is the much encouragement. Fdther Missia ited and made many . fciends In main administrator until a successor camp and is Louisville.. 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SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 Q V i Those who have come in contact with the Spanish people In Mexico and In our own country have often found occasion to note a rare refinement of character and manner -which is readily traced to the influEverything For Confirmation Wear ence of the Catholic religion. ALIEN RULE. as for instance ithe hisBoys Store Third Floor torian Lummis, have learned to Kathleen IM. O'Orennan points to love the Spaniards in the Americas system as the great the educational because of the virtues acquired est indictment against alien rule In through the benign influence of tho Ireland, where 17,000,000 Is al church, and more than one student of history and ethnology has praised lowed for education and ?9, 000,000 the truly early Christian hospitality Is for police. Ireland the only of these people and their wonderful country in civilized Europe where tI O M A F? K tact and success in managing the Indians and in educating the latter ",e p 01" tosl3 Jllore "" to lives of peace and industry. educational, a system that is dis A fascinating description both of graceful. And yet no country in the happy life and charming manthe world stands in less need of ners of Spaniards in California in policemen than crimeless Ireland. the sixties arid seventies of the last century, before the coming of the M99ait8MC8CSM0eK83O8aftS08 Mr. and Mrs. Aiphenso Kelly, of railroads, and also of the skill and 3LVLIGNANT FALSIFIERS. t Lebanon, announce the engagement success with which they cared for Miss Kathleen their Indian charges, Is offered InMiss Mlnnfn Mnrrnv. nf fMiffnn I of their daughter, It is possible that the young man of cidentally In a book written nearly spending the summer in Virginia Celly to Dand ridge H Lyon who is now on trial in London fifty years ago by a noted traveler, charged with toeing an emissary Maurice Byrne has been spending1 DlaCe the latter part of this month Charles Nordhoff. The wholesome from Germany to Irish malcontents the week with his sister in Indian mode of life of the Catholic Span-larLouisville was well represented In of that time and place is picreally landed from a submarine. But apolis. New YOrk City the past week, tured by him thus: there is nothing to show that he "The people are kindly and Bhll McGovern .was in Princeton among those there for .business and had any confederates in Ireland. In last week, visiting Mr. and Mrs. pleasure being Misses Bertha amiablo and though their pursuits Deuser, Edyth Wheeler, Mr. and (chiefly cattle raising) spite of what has been said in Shelley Eldred. might be Mrs. F. J. Base, T. Kelly and F. W. thought to tend to loud and rough America, there is no ways, and do so whero our own J. B. Riley visited in Oakdale O'Bryan. In Ireland. But Ireland has no use Admission 25c. Children under twelve free. people manage cattle, here all went last week, tie guest of her sister, no matter Mrs. H. B. for Prussian methods Mr. and Mrs. V. Wellington an on quietly and decorously as though Shea. All kinds of amusements. nounce tho engagement of their It was Sunday. The animals aro who applies them. That explains daughter. Miss Ethol Beatrice Well- handled firmly but with great care does not fro: Miss Grace. Carr leturned the fact that England Sergt. Ralph L. Workington, stand high in the estimation of Cannelton last week, accompanied man, oftoTaylorsvllle, who is now and humanity. Spanish Callfornlan houses, so far as I have seen their by Miss Irene Hock. HANDS OFF! OUR has been Irishmen. All-D- ay stationed with Company B, 336th Interiors, are always scrunulouslv clean; their life has the merit of Miss Annie Murphy, of Covington, Infantry. Camp Sherman. encourage enlist- talked by a few professional IrishThe plan to fitting the climate and the pursuits But these Is the buest of Mr. and Mrs. John ments in Ireland by allowing Irish- men in this country. Dorothy Sullivan, Lucy Ainslie, ot the people. There remains in it. Prey, on Cherokee road. army la represent nobody but themselves. men to join the American manuno uuny, witeuer, too. something which is too often wiinum nor Wilkinlacking in our Eastern houses, a de We have no Ireland is not scarcely practicable Miss Mary Price has returned Louis Southwick, Herbert spread trom a weeK's visit wun relatives son. Harold Chenault and Robert gree or trust and confidence and Those who would doubt, however, that it would atMcDovltt gave a Red Cross enter- affection between master and serv-nn- t, tract thousands of young Irishmen that Impression are either misin- and friends at Glenwood. tainment at the Scout House in the with not the least familiarity, formed or malignant falsifiers. could it be put into practice. They I saw however men Indians Miss Dorothy Cassllly, who ha? niui lands Saturday evening. whose fathers had been In tho same are willing enough to fight against been spending some time at Chilli- Special Vaudeville in Theater. JCAISEIt AIDERS. and Mrs. Joe Glass have an- - service, and of whom the proprietor cothe, ihas returned home. I Germany what they object to is of their loui me that he would not hesitate npumsed tho marriage Free Concert in Park. the conditions under which England As with the True Voice, wo have Fahey, of Chicago, .,.(. (lauKlit or. Miss Ivy Mary Glass, to to trust one of thorn with $50,000 Mrs. M. " T' . lem Zoeller, which Even the no sympathy with those prohibition last week J. wants them to fight. was quietly to carry to tho nearest town. The guest of Mr. and 1.Tri BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER AT THE Heart Spaniards know how to manage tho solemnized at tho Sacred bungling British statesmen now fanatics who are obstructing needed Will Fahey, .Chesterfield court. perform Indians. Their COUNTRY STORE. church, Rev. Father Walsh and realize that they" have themselves war legislation by insisting that The happy courtesy havo great effect. No Miss Eleanor Eberhard, of Cres- ing the coremony. to blame for tho unsympathetic at- prohibition should first bo enacted SEE THE BABY SHOW. cent Hill, has been spending tho couple have been spending their vaquero addressed the master with honeymoon In Tennessee. titude of Ireland In the war. They by Congress. Men who are in a week with friends at Troy, Ind. out either touching or taking off The Ice Cream Eaters' and Watermelon Contest. might have had Ireland with them position to know denounce the tachis hat. Padrone Is tho master'o VINCENTIANS. title. There was never any excited Mrs. Larry Donahue and son, to a man had they settled the Irish tics adopted by tho prohibitionists Special Prizes in Each Contest. ordering about, and the work went question and kept their promises at this time. There is one thing Lawrence Donahue, spent the week Tomorrow tho Vincentlans of on apparently moof its own See the Swimming in the Big Pool. But that Is supreme in this country end with relatives at Covington. mado to Nationalist leaders. Loulsvillo will celebrate the feast of mentum. In the evening the major-dom- o St. Vincent de Paul, the patron they played a blundering deceitful now. That is the winning of tho and the older vaqueros gathMrs. Charles G. McGrath and GET THAT $100 LIBERTY BOND FOR A DIME. All conferof game and forced Irishmen Into the war. Apparently, however, there baby, of Deer Park, have returned saint will tho society. St. Boniface ered on the long veranda. While ences assemblo at sweep of tho Sinn Fein movement. are a few fanatics even in Congress trom a two weeks' stay In Lexing-tp- church, Jackson and Fehr avenue, a lady was singing In the parlor, Gnmb. Phono West 0203 visitors Perhaps it is just as well for who would rather lose the war than panied Mrs. Jennie Hammond accom- and receive holy communion at the where the Ifamily and three or were Home Piiono Shawnee 8O0 gathered, noticed four her home. general old men evidently privileged charo'clock mass. The 7:30 Ireland that it is so, as said In tho wait for the ndoption of their faImmediately meeting True Voice. For England It has vorite fad. They should bo deHumphrey L. Hanrahan, formerly after tho will be heldBoniface Hall acters sitting quietly listening on mass in St. a long bench In the hall. At meal N. office force, is now been one of the tragedies of the nounced as Kaiser alders and of the L. and adjoining the church. The usual was tho long dlnlng-tabl- e war. And her own statesmen are Interned as dangerous enemy sym- In the ranks at Camp Zachary Tay- business will he conducted, such as times, If two or not full, three of these privlor. soreceiving new members Into tho to blame for it. Conditions have pathizers. Their tactics are little ileged characters quietly took the ciety large, hearing reports of now come to such a pass that even short of treasonable. Miss Margaret Conroy, of Clifton, special atwork committees and read- vacant places far down below the has returned from a visit to Mr. ing tho summary of reports or con- salt ate and listened or answered appeals to Col. Arthur Lynch and Mrs. Floyd Burns in Lexing- ferences. The holding of the meet If they were addressed. Meantime FIRST CLASS SERVICE. Roosevelt to come over and help I. A. SIX lief. was ing immediately after tho mass was another long table piazza sot, or had Now is the time for parents to ton. We Mm to secure enlistments. roof In the adopted by tho Particular Council been set, under a 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. Goering fear that Mr. Lynch does not under- consider the college to which they Miss Sue was enter- for tho convenience of tho members, quadrangle which overy Callfornlan stand the Colonel. If he did he will entrust their boys or girls. The tained at a select dance given by and as this is' the first annual visita- house encloses, and here others would be chary of his assistance. Catholic college Is the proper place Miss .Eva Shallcross at Cannelton, tion to St. Boniface church and con- ate." The happy faculty which the Ind. ference it Js to be hoped that a Just turn Col. Roosevelt loose in for Catholic youth. very large number will be present. Spaniards possessed of cultivating Ireland for a week during the preshabits of industry among the InMisses Florence Kolb and Marie PRIESTS WEAR UNIFORMS. dians is illustrated in the following Hume have been visiting at Bloom-fielent period of tension and there is CATHOLIC PRESS MEETING. 2 -2 Lbs. For 65c sentences: the guests of Miss Mary Ella no telling what would happen. Tho Dr. Andrew Morrlssey, C. S. C, Kolb. "Life on one of the old Spanish Chicago has been selected as the A oorrsx: is known roR rrs rum on? Easter uprising would not be a priests announces that two more convention city by tho 300 members ranches was, I am assured, not so QVAXXTT. compared with the con- from Notre Dame will soon wear Mrs. J. P. Hanley, who has been of the" Catholic Press Association of simple as wo have been accustomed visiting Mrs. W. B. MoConnell In the United States and Canada for to think. .Various handicrafts had fusion that would follow. The Col- tho uniform of United States army onel has done good work In Amer- chaplains. The latest addition to Newport, has returned to her home Its eighth annual meeting, who will boen Introduced by the priests, and Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold meet at tho Congress Hotel August the Indians, who were the mehe Notre Dame's beautiful service flag here. ica In spots but in Ireland Direct to Consumer. The closing session of the chanics, were employed not only at are the Rev. James O'Brlon, C. S be a catastrophe. syould Misses Eliza the mission but by 313 W. MARKET ST. X.OUXSVIX.X.S, XT. the C, and the Rev. Dr. Frederick M ence Cassln areHannan and Flor convention will mark day. observ- stantial rancheros. tho more subThey milked spending the sum- ance The Irish question is giving con- Keon, C. S. C. Six Notre Darto of The Illinois Return this advertisement with remittance and we and mado cheeso, they dressed K. I. A, siderable concern to many Ameri- priests are already serving in Untie mer at tho Western Now York lake convention will open with a solemn cows tanned sheep will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. and calf skins Pontifical mass in St. Mary's Paul-I- and Rev. Mathlw resorts. cans who understand 'little about it. Sam's army. The for church and a sermon by the they clothing, they wove blankets, com- - Walsh. C. S. C. Vice President V Better leave it alone than to made wine, they raised grain Mrs. Anna S. Wessel has returned Right iRev. Charles J. O'Reilly, Charle plicate it worse than It now Is. Only the university; S.the Rev. the Rev. rrom New York, where she visited Bishop of Baker City, Ore., a for- enough for their bread and the InO'Donnell, C. C, and dian women ground this on stones; Irishmen in Ireland are capable of Ernest Davis, C- S. C, are admin- her son, Curtis A. Wessel, and Mrs. mer newspaper man. The local convention committee com- they preserved the hides of cattle handling the delicate situation there istering spiritual aid on the battle- Wessel. prises the Right Rev. Francis C. for the Boston ships, and at the now, Wo never biflleved that even fields of France. Tho Rev. Edward Mrs. Joseph J. DJel loft Monday Kelley, Chairman; Rev Thomas V. San Fernando mission, near Los FTlnnegan, C. S. C, the Rev. John to spend a week in Davton, Ohio, Shannon, Simon A. Baldus, James Angeles, I saw huge stone and ceblood in America men of Irish McGinn, C. S. C, and the Rev. ment they In should undertake to dictate what George Flnnegan, C. S. C, are per- the nuest of 'Mrs. Frank M. K. Boyd, James J. Brady, F. W. down tanks kept which tallow, melted SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN and the which Harvey, Jr., Rev. Valentine Kohl- d question forming duties at a Southern camp. Sweeney. settlement of the beck. Tho banquet arrangements was also sold to tho Boston men." Hundreds are joining: our War Savings Club. One dollar's appointwould "be satisfactory. Ireland must In announcing the new The counterpart to this picture of Misses B'ulah Nirrls, Bessie will be In charge of the Medievalments as chaplains, worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings settle her own problems and the asserted that more Dr. Morrlssey Whelan and Vligle Newton spent ists. Mrs. ThomaB Burns, President a wholesome and Industrlous-'llfpriests from their varatlon with their parents at Clnb limited to 1,000 members. In which the Indians were a sub deposit of $1.00 or more. League, of the Woman's Catholic less we Americans meddle with Notre Dame will leave as chaplains Howardstown. wHl bChalmian of tho Women's stantial part and from which they them tho better for Ireland nnd fdr next September. ueilveil great benefits Is that of alnment Committee. us. Besides we have on our hands tho beautiful spirit of hospitality Miss Iva De Muth and 'Mrs. Mary CATHOLIC FEDERATION. shown by tho Spanish rancheros of Crawley, of Oakdale-- , havo returned a matter that is big enough to en.SHOWED SPEED. those days. Nordhoff has tho folfrom a week-en- d visit to friends at and our gage all our attention The regular monthly meeting of Fort Thomas. Where work la quickly Hennessy, former Presl- - lowing passage: "In those days, Wkmn tka home efforts. the Catholic Federation of Louisdoae; brightoct; of Trinity Council, and John said my friend (a wealthy ranchero England-Spaniscounty was held ville and Jefferson extracIefi Miss Marguerite Hammond Donnelly and Paul Bowling, for of JJew Where cooking n tints Wbera the work last Thursday night in tho Federa- Friday to spend some time PETTICOAT AUTOCRATS. mer officers of tho council, have set tion), when I went out to see Don real faa; lightest; tion quarters in tho South Bend, Ind., Chicago a pace for rapid progress In army Tomas he received me at the door, Where baldae give deE. J, Cooney Southern Michigan. the meal U The insincerity of the suffragettes building, President is hard to beat. Leav- ho showed mo my room, and in a mere service that light; Tho usual reports of ooked beat; ing here on May 24 for Fort Thomas few minutes he came bearing In his and their supporters is becoming presiding. standing committees were presentWhere drudge is oat or Miss Blanche McGrath, peer for a day's stay, from there to Camp own hands a basin of water for my Where the raage staads constantly more evident. While ed, followed by Interesting discussight Park, left Monday for Lebanon Miss., thence to Newport use. But behind him came half a the tert shqutlng the praises of democracy sions. President Cooney said that Junction, to be the guest of Mrp. J Jackson, July 1, nnd sailing from dozen servants to show mo that News ou That's the where the That's where they strain every effort to prevent the continued good attendance dur- Crittenden Threlkeld. there for,, France on July 10 Here's what he did he did out of respect "Quick Meal" "Qslck Meal" eoaea Trinity boys keep and welcome to me, and that servpassing on their ing tho warm weather was very hoping the three IB. the people Ifrom ants were at hand to do it if he did The next Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch and up thatace In getting to Berlin. pet proposal. They are unwilling gratifying. the second meeting will Thursday of children wore bo held on not chose to trouble himself." Qaiek Meal Gaa RaBca Sold, Installed aad Highly Itecommaaded week-en- d recent to submit their hobby to a vote of August. And again we read: "In those guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. PatJIURT BY AUTO. persons most concerned, the days men used to travel from San the terson at Hawesville. Buschemeyer, Diego to Monterey and nover spend Mrs John H. women of the State, says the CathBISHOP'S CLASS." When night Buschemeyer, suf- a cent of money. Misses Bessie and Marie Graven wife "of Telegraph, and at this very olic fered painful injuries when an au came you stopped at the nearest vis For the first time in tho history are homo (from a pleasant which moment they are trying every of the Knights of Columbus a with Misses Elizabeth and Eml, tomobile containing three soldiers house. After supper you were Armed to jno these and other par- tho Xalth Spanish developed In tho blood thoao virTho next day a 'fresh people of artifice at their command to deprive Olshop Is to havo charge of a de- Stewart at Bardstown. crashed into the Buschemeyer elec- shown your room. In the morning ticulars.) tues which found tric Tuesday evening at Twenty-sixt-h a clean shirt was at your bed side; horse was Jbrought outHoand the In such habits and their expression citizens of Ohio of their consti- gree clafes of the order, Tho Right tie usually traits of charRev. and Chestnut strets. She Is and if you were known to tho fam- traveler wont his way. Misses Mary and 'Harriet Flvnn tutional right to have a referendum Denver,J. Henry Tlhen, 'Bishop of A a blanket, hair a fourth degree member and Mary Cornell, of the Highlands, now recovering at her home, 4314 ily it was customary to place near carried with him horse and aa riata acter. says change to thothe worso came, "comNordhoff, with on the "votes for women" law, and an enthusiastic supporter of Bpent the week-en- d rope to with the MiAees West Chestnut street, and her the bed on a table also a sum of or lasso;stake his a bag, tied to his ing ot the railroad. But it was not and in which the harridans ballyragged the Knighthood, has accepted an invi- Adams, Boiling avenue. friends will be pleased to learn that money, a hundred or two hundred her injuria will not prove serious. dollars, from which tho visitor, if saddle, a small supply ot plnola (a bo much tho railroad as other inLacMMurs into pm1b at its last tation to participate is the initiation of a clase by Denver Council on Mr. and Mra. B. J. O'Brien, Jr., In the machine with her were Dr. he needed it, was expected to help nourishing food, atone)." parched fluences which estranged tho people easton. The electorate of Ohio haa from their inherited philosophy ot (Lest my Teaders might and ground on a July 28. The class of Mies Ida Barnes and MIm Florence Busobemeyer knd lUIse Mary Gale himself. days is life and thus also from their former plainly declared on the two oeea- Such a picture of will therefore be known aa Bell, of Louisville, are sojourning Cawthon, who were aio snaKen think this incredible, I will add C. B. of O, V. ion on whleh it had an opporta-- 1 tfe "Biabop'B elaes." that Gen. Vallejo has fully cob- - full of charm. It reflects light on ways. at the Southern at 'Bay i View, Mich. up, 'Non-Catholi- Vincentlans everywhere will tomorrow celebrate the iblcssed name and memory of St. "Vincent de Paul, one of the greatest apostles of orOf him It may ganized charity. truly be said that, being dead, he yet Hveth. For he lives In his work. He lives In the splendid institutions he founded, in the noble communities of men and women who dedicated their lives to sweet charity and to social service under his Inspiration. The name Vincent de Paul has become a synonym for the most unselfish charity and love for the brotherhood of man. Long of a science "was before there sociology and long before modern "social upllfters" thought out their schemes for social betterment, Vincent de Paul was on tho job, caring for neglected children, bringing them to homos of charity and improving the terrible condition of the galley slaves or men held in captivity for debt. Our modern" pink-te- a and parlor sociologists can learn a world of wisdom and practical hints by studying the life and spirit of this good priest and apostle of charity. Here .In Louisville there will be special at St. Boniface tuass and services church at which every member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society should assist. The mass will begin at 7:30 o'clock, a most convenient hour. much-needed nity to make a declaration that it is strongly opposed to woman suffrage; but the pestiferous feminists persist in trying to force the nauseous dose down our throats In spite of our protests. They are petty autocrats, in a way; and autocrats, petticoats or Prussian, are not exactly popular just at the present time. Miss Mary Margaret Reagan has returned to Sellersburg, after visitiMisses Margaret and iMary Cody July 22 St. Joseph's Orphanage ing East Spring street, New Albany. on annual picnic, Fontaine Ferry Park. August 8 Annual outing for Michael Flnnegan and Miss Ella members of Knights of Columbus Flnnegan, of Madison. Ind.. have and families at Fern Grove. returned to their homo after visit- August 6 Annual picnic for Ing Mrs. Daniel Flnnegan In Holy Trinity church. St. Matthews. August 7 and 8 St. Columba's Airs. David HInes and sons, Edchurch lawn fete, afternoon and ward and Louis, were week-en- d evening, on grounds at Thirty-fift- h Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. and Market. August 28 Annual picnic of St. Jones In Lafayette township,- near Leo's church, Highland Park, at now juuuuy. Highland Grove, Thornsberry's Miss Merle Edwards, who spent Park. ... tho week-en- d the guest of Miss Lucille Hackett at her summer PRAYERS. homo In Prospect, has returned to Jeffersonvllle. A MOTHER'S PRAYER. O, God, look down upon my son Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott Bullitt will In distant France, now serving leave the first of August to spend thee, a month in Seattle, the guests of And save him front the frightful Mrs. Bulllt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hun, , Charles D. Stlmson. Whose gas and shell destroy the free. airs. Alexander Kramer and Miss Julia Kramer were honor guests at But If, O God, 'twould end "the a delightful garden party at the strife home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Conrad 'Hert-lel- n When I should offer thee my son, on the Old Vincennes road near Then plunge thy sacrificial knife; New Albany. I" shall root weep when thou hast done. Elizabeth, Catherine, Misses Frances, Ruth and Helen Malone, A SOLDIER'S iPRAYER. daughters of John T. .Malone, are O God. protect my mother dear. enjoying their summer outing at the Who tolls and suffers more than big white Malone cottage on the I! hill at Bay View, Mich. Her love of country sent me here; - John M. Hennessy has spent tho That she may live I will to die! nast week In the public library read I'm ready, Lord! take thou ray soul ing all literature pertaining to tho A little baby A hostage; let the past bo made. raising of children. 'Twas she who urged me to the girl arrived at his home on West Broadway last Saturday. goal, A partner in this last Crusade. Misses Louise and Anita HamThomas F. Coakley, Chaplain. for South mond left Thursday Bend, Ind., whore thoy will meet their sister, Miss Marguerite Hammond, boforo leaving for Chicago and Southern Michigan. OOJUNa EVKNTS. Jeffer-sonvill- e. CALIfORNIA A Glimpse of Catholic in tho Sixties of tho Last Life-Ther- e HEADQUARTERS FOR Century. Hospitality and Industry of Pco- pie Hcforo tho Coming- of Itnilronds. - CONFIRMATION Suits for Boys BEST VALUES IN TOWN Effect of Religious Influence on Itcd Men Employed on Jtanclics. SUCCESS IN MANAGING INDMS H.EVY E.T AT TH s S0GIETY. f ST. JOSEPH'S Orphan Asylum Picnic Monday, July 22, 1918 ds FONTAINE FERRY PARK pro-Germ- an pro-Tur- k. Retail Grocers' Outing Thursday, July 25, 1918 FONTAINE FERRY PARK VJ self-restrai- nt n. 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Phone Shawnee 559-CONTRACTING L. NEWMAN Italian family and was born at Borgo Sant' Anna, near Lucca, in 1848. Ho was one of three brothers who entered the church, his elder brother being tho noted Cardinal Toma8so Martlnelli, who was among the candidates for the Papacy at the conclave which elected Leo XIII. Tho younger Martlnelli was ordained a priest of the Augus-tinla- n order in 1871 and was Prior General of the order when ho was sent on his mission to this country. During his earlier years as a priest he had been a teacher in the Irish Augustinian convent dn iRome and from his students acquired a rich brogue, which was the amazement of the congregations who listened to his first sermons in the United States. His appointment to succeed Cardinal Satolll was not looked for toy American ecclesiastics, as it was not then tho custom for members HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE of monastic orders to attain high Paulsen and His Players proferment In the church. In order " to give him the necessary rank to Restaurant Cafeteria Pope Leo go with his appointment, Merry Garden Kiddyland created him an Archbishop "in Swimming Pool partlbus lnfldelium," or a Bishop not residing at his see. Dancing Hall Other Attractions While still resident in the United States in 1901 he was created a Olv your boy an education that will Cardinal. prepare mem xor axe. who passed away last week In DIVISION 8. Rome, was Apostolic Delegate to the United States from 1896 to 1902, First and third Fridays, Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 and was tho second to hold the ofPortland. fice of Papal Delegate to Washing President John M. Riley. ton, Jiis predecessor being Cardinal Vice President Walter Murphy. Francisco Satolll, who came to the Secretary John Financial J. United States upon tho creation of Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. the office In 1893. Cardinal Mar-tlnel- ll Recording Secretary John A. o. was succeeded by Msgr. Martin. Cardinal Martlnelli was a Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-AraShee-hamember of an ancient and noble Martin Fal-coniw n. Cardinal Sebastlano Martlnelli, FONTAINE FERRY On next Thursday the retail groceries of the city will bo closed at noon In order to permit tho grocers, their frlonds and families to attend the annual reunion and outing of the iRetall Grocers Association of Louisville, which will be given at Fontaine Ferry Park. Tho principal feature of this outing Is the country store, and the bar gains this year will be greater than ever before. A mammoth stand will be erected, the idea ibeing to relieve the congestion during the Sentinel Thomas Noone. evening hours, as many people have been unable at preceding picnics to reach the stone untl alfter the barDIVISION 4. gains were gone. ?100 Liberty Meets second and fourth Mondays, bond will be ono ofAtho prizes this Bertrand Hall, Sixth street year, and will doubtless attract con President John J. Barry. siderable attention. In the afterVice President Mark J. Ryan. noon a mammoth baby show will Recording Secretary Lawrence be held, while watermelon contests. D. Meany. Ice cream eating contests, sack Financial Secretary Thomas J. races, egg races and swimming Langan, 734 West Oak street. races will be the order of things. Treasurer John F. Burke. The Committee of Arrangements, Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard Mul- - which Louis F. Eppinger is Chair-of doon. man, has left nothing undone to add Sentinel M. J. McDermott. to the attraction of tho occasion. Bring your baskets, children nnri babies, and enjoy one oftho ibest outings of the season. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-r- a by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ' LOUISVILLE Z 5Iss Ci;EAKB)R8 NTO I YEI inwuu-viuiv LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. NATIONAL nATTERS PXtPZiZS navxDsscr ABUOOZA' TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. incorporated. 325 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. was organized by a to male Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While LOANS Homo Phono City 1931 on furniture and other personal You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and erty at LOWEST 3LATJEI. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bid?., and Dollvered. Our Motto: "Service. 8. E. Cor. Third and JeCeraa. Attention and Quality." Both Phones. 2tll. Home Phone Shawnee 803 well-knew- aa4iat SAM I.. ROBERTSON KENTUCKY LEADS HIS BUNCH. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 "W. Broadway, loulivllle, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brother Classical. Scientific and Buslneu courses. Fretaratorr Department, Lars Swimming Pool, Well Equipped lymna- alum. Terms moderate. Bra Benjamin, Dlr. Both Phones POULTRY Both Phones 2406 FOOD AND SUPPLIES Free Advice on Poultry REUTLINQER and Adolph RcuUlngor & 0 0. HALLER'S PET SHOP 210 MARKET STREET WEST Quick Delivery BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY Pet Diseases FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND ENGRAVERS SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPi ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Joe (M. Casey, who Is now in tho Government service, passed a day in Louisville after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John tM. Casey, at Shelbyvllle. Young Casey was sent to Rose Polytechnic School In Indiana when he Joined the ranks, andj n a recent examination ne iea IIU! section In auto repair work. CHAPLAINS HAVE SAHjED. country. be Mich., who says that by 2000 A. D. no more babies will bo torn in this father to the thought. With them the wish must ICE CREAM M'FOl'S. 1101 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 Phone City 6692 H. Platoff, Pxest. I. Bush, GENERAL 335 W. Main St., Louisville Home Phone City 5674 "fOUTHIEN STAR" Sec-Trea- s. PLATOFF & BUSH Incorporated CONTRACTORS BUILDERS AND SLICED BACON 4J1 Heady for Ymr GriddU to tt MoraiBff" HAMB, LARD, 8AUSAGH Special Attention To Repair Work LOIUOTILLB PROVISION OO. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. (lBryormt4.) THE SIGN OF QUALITY Homo Phone City 6085 Highl'd 7411 of army chaplains Tho class RETREAT FOR SISTERS. which recently graduated at Camp Zachary Taylor is now on Its way Tomorrow tho Rev. Father Lean-de- r, to France. In the class are Rev. C. P., of Cincinnati, E. Baxter, formerly of St. Louis the ten days' retreat ho will close Bertrand's church, and Rev. Ed- conducting for tho Sisters has boon of win R. Ronan, of the Passlonlst Good Shepherd at the convent the at fathers. Eighth and Madison. SOLDIERS TWIN BROTHERS. CONCERNS MARRL1GE. Col. Dan Myers, of Newport, Ky., From tho Rellly press of and Capt. Frank Myers, of Silver Philadelphia PeterJust 'been issued Creek, N. Y., twin brothers eighty-on- e a most timelyhas ibook years old and veteran soldiers, of Marriage," from on "Tho Laws were in Buffalo for tho recent re- Joseph M. 0'iHara, tho pen of Rev. priest of Sts. regunion of the old Twenty-fir- st Peter and The iment. They were guests of Mrs. work simplyPaul Cathedral. explains acJames Myers and Mrs. Fred Ben- cording to the now tho lawwhich code, nett. embodies tho decrees of tho Ne Temere with some modifications IIELP WAR FUND. and makes swooping changes HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBR LAWN FETE. Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specialty Extensive preparations are under 1815 S. Twenty-sixt- h Bt way for the annual lawn fete to 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 bo given on St. Columba's church grounds, Thirty-fift- h and Market, SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. on Auugst 7 and 8, both afternoon JOHN B O'LHARY A evening. Euchre and lotto will and Loans to those having regular In- Headquarters for bo played both days and a dairy r.omna ir Halarv. mlfh Tin miKHMtv lunch will ibe served from 5 to 8 or red tape. Loans to housekeepers enre AND FARM PROPHMnb o'clock. The combination book will uu ineir personal security. See ns about anythlnc In contain six handsome and valuable estate. We sell, buy and rent F. R. POOLEY, awards. All 'friends of the pastor 504 17. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, and church are Invited. Heme Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. HISTORICAL .MAGAZINE. T. B. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Phone City 2771 Tho first number of the Illinois 0. T. THOMAS & CO. Catholic Historical Review will be INCOnPORJLTMD soon ready for distribution. Advance pages already Issued indicate 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. 530 WEST, JEFFERSON STREM a most Interesting and pleasing periodical. The first number will Louisville, Ky. Both Phones 4202 contain 150 pages and will carry excellent evidences of prosperity, as J. Q. PULLIAM "SOUTHERN STAR" It has proven very popular In tho SLICED BACON MOVING AND PACKING advertising field. The contents of the July number constitute a literal 'All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Motor Truck Express Morning" historical feast. 0. al MS-61- REAL ESTATE WITH THE ARMY. Thirteen priests of tho arch of Philadelphia last week volunteered their services to the Government as army chaplains. Dlshop McCort and tho consultors of tho archdiocese approved of their course in volunteering. Fourteen other priests of the archdiocese are alroady chaplains with the army. diocese HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY 231 West Green Street Home Phone City 9130 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK A " TlEcJfoOKHS The, Smoke Op The. SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG.JR. Hour PLUMBING AND GAS FTETINa 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 PRIEST CHAPLAINS NEEDED. Very Rev. William Foley, Vicar General to Bishop Hayes, tho soldier HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Dlshop of the United Staes, who Call Home Phone City 721: was a recent visitor at Camp Zachary Taylor and the guest of Grand Cumb. Phone Main 721. Knight Thomas D. Cllnes, says that 500 Catholic chaplains will be LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. needed this year for tho army, and LOUISVILLE SAVINGS the Bishops of the United States SOUTH will soon be called upon to release AND DEPOSIT BANK priests for army service. Fourth and Central Avcnuo SACRED HEART RECTOR. Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings The Rev. Alphonsus Krulp, C. P., Deposits. A General Banking Busi former vice rector of Sacred Heart ness Transacted. Retreat, Newbprg road, has been made rector, succeeding the Rev. Edwin Ronan, C. P., who has be Homo Phone City 2845 come an army chaplain. Rev. BATH'S CAFE Athanaslus Schwinglor, C. P., has been appointed vise rector. Father AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor Uonan will leave soon for France. 421 East Jefferson Street ASSISTS FATHER HOGARTY. DEAD ANIMALS East Franklin Street AND FRESH MEATS 967-- A GROCERIES Cumb. Main East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY OO. Incorporated 014-02- 2 UadorhlU St. Geo. Dearborn Manager $ ''M"HHftMfr$W'M"i"t' DOUGHERH & McELUOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The Catholic Ladies' Literary SoP. FREDERICKS ciety of New Albany announces a picnic to be held at Glenwood Park Dealer in on Wednesday, July 31, for the SCRAP METAL, RAGS, benefit of the Knights of Columbus IRON, war fund. They will be prepared OLD BOTTLES, ETC. to entertain an Immense gathering. Paper Stock A Specialty 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET RETURNS FROM INDIANA. Bet. Market and Jefferson The Rev. Father Linus Braun, LOUISVILLE KY. rector of St. Boniface O. F. M church, lias returned from Lafay-ettInd., where he conducted a religious retreat for tho Sisters of St. Francis at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. 214-21- o, in the present discipline of the church concerning impedimatrimonial ments. Tho object of tho present commentary Is to set forth the eminently wiso legislation of Holy Church In brief and untechnlcal language that tho faithful may have a correct knowledge of what our holy religion holds concerning matrimony and what She requires of those about to enter this holy state of life. It Is hoped that it will prove of service also to those who are not of the household of the faith but who are honestly desirous of learning what the Catholic church teaches on this most Important subject. THE PRO AND CON. Phone City 4131 BERNARD FENZ FOR YOUR GROCERIES EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and Satisfaction 441 East St, Catherine J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Homo Phone Parkway 350 Cumb. Phono South 2255-- Y SOWER A MIDDY. Funeral Directors 2 Cumb. Mala 2998-- a and Embalmers BOTCH 3EHON:i35S. Homo City 2008 I i MAIN 3971.y IH I t f CUMBERLAND WMtmHmuuwuwmMWMHmMMvmHmmwmm HOME PHONE 88 J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. There are two arguments aeainst nation-widprohibition which Frankfort, stopped off in Washing- appeal e to many persons. Ono will Is ton on Monday on his way to An- that legislation of this kind falls napolis, where . he matriculated. unless upheld by local Dubllc onln- Tuesday as midshipman. The young ion, It Is possible that a man was appointed to the Naval which was made dry againstState its Academy by Senator James. will might not become very dry. argument is that under The other OPEN K. OP O. OLUIJ. our form of government matters of this kind have been left to tho The second of the clubs of tho States; invasion of State Knights of Columbus was opened In authoritythat tho case this would be a London Monday afternoon. It Is long step in toward the complete situated in the Edgeware road. emasculation of the State. This Is Walter Kernan, of New York, Over- argument drawn from abstract ,. wi-t.o'nf .o.. rinmmiinn ay not have rwi ,iiPtP nlitmhna. of of the considerations whlch to Supremo Council of tho Trnii,0,ino importance once attributed were present, as also were promin them, though the United States them ent English catholics and repre- Supreme Court thought warrant of to it sentatives of the American army and sufficient importanceact of Congress in setting asldo an navy. as unconstitutional in the child labor law case. NOT VERY DRY. Sjnco Washington became a dry city bootleggers nave seen doing considerable business. It has been discovered that of late they have been forced to glvo samples before getting a purchaser. Men who have paid as high as $2 for a bottle of tea or vinegar are wary and the liquor venders have to allow pros- pestive customers to sample goods before delivering the cash. LINENS STARTLING RESOURCES. J. P. Leonard Sower, In company with his father, J. W. Sower, of Tho Rev. Father Durbln, recently Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 ARTISTIC PRINTING oraainea uy msnop U'itonagnue, InOILVBLES BALLMAH3R stead of going to Hickman has been FIRST CLASS WORK sent to Lebanon, whero he will bo 230 East Market Street assistant to Rev. Joseph Hogarty Glvo This Office Your Next Ordea at St. Augustine's church. Between Brook and Floyd 317 W. GREEN ST.' PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND DESERVES ins VACATION. Telephone City 946 Specialty SEWERAGE, Job Work A The Rev. Andrew J. Thome, the energetic pastor of St. Vincent de Paul's church, Sholby and Oak, Is ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. In Denver for a deserved rest and We Will EXCHANGE your old model for recuperation. During his absence Rev. Father Carl J. Holllo will a NEW TYPE FAN. have pastoral charge and will bo assisted by a priest from Indiana. GO. I FOR AVOSIAN'S EYE. 3 PHONES CHIIiDERS ELEGTRIG INCORPORATED 1&135 $ 8.B0 333 WEST MAIN STREKX all nnt Tlieio Ursa tock, with name and serial number attached. We lollclt a call to inspect our itook at both etoree. Pockets have gone tho downward road prognosticated for them some time ago. Frocks of charming freshness are made of plain and embroidered combined. or-gan- uy Main Street. HVWUWmVUVUUWVUMUUVUWMHnHWWiM &S25 aLSt GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, 0f J- PROP. FOR ALTARS. Funeral I Director and Embalmerl BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Howe Phone 2556 H. B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. iO XT0BHXC AVBNUB loac Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. DENTI5T 1 STARKS BUILDING. Jflepboa KOALINE SAVES COAL. A complete lino of Furniture at KEHTUCKY KOALINE KOMPANYRf b!lf tte !2?Je be Insane. This Is sad, but 801 LoulHvllle Trust Bfrildlnsr. Srices that are always the lowest. Telephone, mere is reiler in the eatlmata of atisfaoUoa gwwaateed. City 4406. Dr. J. H. Kellog, of Battle Creek, LOUISVILLE,. KV. 426 W. MARKET It makes hotter, cleaner and more lasting fires. Use Koallne on THINK AGAIN. your coal and cut the coal Mils Tho insane are now 1 per from 40 to 50 per cent. Price One Dollar ner tube. One of the total population of tube sufficient for one ton of coal. country. The rate Is growing. authority says that in another Those pieces of linon that seem to be of no account to you un doubtedly will make very nice chalice cloths or finger towels for some mission chapel, so don't throw thom away. There are a number of good, charitable women who have written to the Catholic Church Extension Society offering to make up linen pieces into articles for tho altar If they could be sent to them. If you care to send pieces of linen to tho Catholic Church Extension Society they will see that they nre forwarded to these kind women. who will make thom into the dif ferent linen articles needed on the altar. If you have no linen in your home and would still like to help tho missions In a small way, tho Extension Society at 750 McCor-mlck building, Chicago, 111., would bo glad to receive your donation for tho purchaso of the linen. You may rest assured that no matter how small your' gift may be, If it Is tho most that you can glvo just now, Almighty God will seo that you are rewarded for your sacrifice. cent, this One 150 The Entente Allies excluding Russia and Including only thoso British dominions which are and only the United ll.OOP.OOO States proper have square miles of territory, 303,000,-00- 0 people and $405,000,000,000 of national wealth. The Central Powers have 1,250,-00- 0 square miles of territory, 147,000,000 people and $134,000,-000.00- 0 of national wealth. The entente owe an aggregate debt of 109,000,000,000, which is about 14 per cent, of their total assets. The Central Powors owe $37,000,000,000, or 28 per cent, of their national wealth. Theso figures show that sure defeat awaits the Kaiser and his ng forces. MURPIIY STOPPED. An officer on board was drilling his men. a warship He ? Ar mence." After a short effort one of the men slopped. Rubber Tiring. 'Why have you stopped, MurFROM THE EAST. phy?" asked the officer. "If ye plaze, sir," was the Wisdom comes from the East McCormick Binder?, Mowers, Lawn "Ol'm coasting!' still, for a correspondent ofv tho Mowers and Rakes. Bombay Examiner sends its editor A full line of repairs. SOPS TO CERBERUS. the following Information Togardlng the best authority on that most Bardstown Road Garage. A butcher's boy whllo on his vital of questions today When way to deliver an order encoun- will the war end: tered a fierce dog, which kept him "Actual evidence I have none, pinned in a comer by its attack. But my aunt's harwoman'a sister's' Presently the worcfan of tho house eon came to the ladls rescue and drove Heard a policeman on his beat the dog away. Say to a housemaid in Downing "Has he bitten you?" eho asked. street "No," said the toby. "I kept him That he had a brother who had a off by throwing him Tour chops, an' friend NORTON BUILDING ye came just In tilae to save yourl Who knew when the war was goN. W.Cimer Fiurth ari Jcfferstt roast.1 ing to end." an-Bw- back, put his legs in the air, and move them as If he were riding a bicycle," he explained. "Now com- "I want every man to on his Fifth avenue shops are urging white hats and gowns, with black Tire and Rubber Co, veil, for mourning wear. Main 1039 Retail lirancn Every effort is being made to 660 S. TEIBD ST. Incorporated put out of fashion the blouse that ends at the waist line and cuts off ' J 'J' J l $ l J 'I 'J V V '' 'i' '' 'As Near to You a the Nearest Phone" the figure. Half belts, or quartered belts, or anything else but whole, belts, are FUNERAL FLOWERS found on many of the midsummer suits or crash and linen. A Special Spray $3.00 Ueach shawls, about three yards long, with fringed ends, and ap- A Special Wreath $5.00 proximately about a yard and a half wide, are now shown In tho smart shops. IfflWM'i There is an attractive showing of 10c Terry robes both for men IMurfcts tn and women theso days. They are no more nor less than bath robes of A, . 5c KwrpimweuxHfvwr, Turkish toweling in attractive colors. We telegraph Flowars Everywhere Never were tho shops so prodigal Best Cigars Made In their display of house gowns, High. 375 PHONES porch gowns, bungalow aprons and East 903 r. A. .ti A iti A A A t it it all sorts of gingham or other washable summer frocks. It is ovldent that all tolouses that bear tho stamp of fashion will half way between tho waist 2228 Bardstown Road and knees. These 'blouses are often sleeveless when worn under coats. Blacksmith and Wagon Builder 30x3 Thermold Pi. CI 30x3 Thermold W, CU 30x3i(4 Thormotd PI. Cl 32x3 Thermold Pi. Ss 32x3 H Thermold Ns. Ss Main Office Louisville 460 S. riTTH ST. STOCK. FIRST GUARANTEED are gnarante4 8.95 10.96 12.25 12.96 I cuffi? SMOKE Lady Dash Little T 1 ii TARPY'S mummm one-pie- ox-te- JOHN M. SCHMITT X3KtIKCK: jtepf $o Md Ahwrntl I FRED ERHART CORNS.BUNIONS HHrsolirttfaBy Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsey ARCHITECT Chirayodiat ESS tefnwfeg Trwtrf Starks 807 ialllia V-- 1' . ' ' !te J-- t L 3jfr' t, u - , .; . vmr ki 'xw . r . WTrLT" ...iA '- -. ,v ' jsrEwncroKTv.. HIBERNIANS. HERMAN STRAUS rit - AJvr:&j&g.TOAX KNlflilTS OP I. ?. selor and friend to all the chaplains i seebnd In the fleets l This Is the time that Father Gleeson has heen I by Secretary of the Navy, What They Have Been Doing honored was a selected to make the Late News That Will Interest for he Members Here and the Past Week General trip with the United States fleet the world when it Wont around News Notes. i during President (Roosevelt's adminWe diva and Redeem Qold Trading Stamfra. istration. Recently Father Gleeson was on duty at the Newport TrainLouisiana has now 'five districts Division 3 met last night. and thirty-thre- e councils. si Division 4 will meet next Monday ing Station. Louisville Council will have ' an 11ECEXT DEATHS. evening. initiation for soldiers in tho near Have a national reputation for their There Is much activity among the seventy- - future. Mrs. Catherine Relss. on the Pacific coast. divisions Sioux City will exemplify the whoso and ' wonderful softness and ease to the feet. Is now the seven years old won- a woman esteem fourth degree "lor a largo class on L. D. Kavanaugh her the Presidont of Division 3 of Omaha. exemplary life F n flfnri Sunday, October 13. width Atviln nf fntotirla The "Sister Alma" model is a sensibly They say John McKlernan rooted Tuesday evening at the residence of The Ohio annual outing will bo beginning August 4 for the wrong team Sunday at her daughter. Mrs. John Braun, at Eollpse Park. styled shoe, of soft black kidskin upper 932. East Oak street. Surviving her and continuing through tho week. Come down to Shawnee Park to are two sons and three daughters. Two more Secretaries have been morrow and see the A. O. H. team The funoral services took place yes- added to the staff at Camp Shelby, plain toe, turn soles and one-inc- h rubterday morning at Holy Trinity bringing tho number there up to play Trinity Council. Ladles' Auxiliary of South church. five. The ber heel embodying every requisite of Omnhn. has been nrocresslnc nicely There are now 200 Secretaries Mrs. Justlna Koerner, widow of stationed in Europe, and it is ex recent reorganization. since Its shoe satisfaction. They'e priced very Tho local division meetings show the late Frank Koerner and one of pected to have 1,000 before Septemmany of the familiar faces miss-- , tha oldes members o .St Vincent ber 15. reasonably, too died Paul's ' congregation, lng boys that have gone to the do buildings One hundred and Wednesday afternoon at her home, are now in operationfifty American front. In sufCounty President John Hennessy 1030 South Shelby street. She ail- camps and another hundred are beNORFOLK SUITS OP BLUE SERGE PRICED AT An Expert Fitter Will Fill Your Mail Order Instantly delegation of Hibernians In fered from a complication of ing planned. led a 111 four months. City field meet ments and had been attending the Twin Tho Knights and Red Cross of Surviving her are several nieces Sunday. nearly 2,500 was Bardstown netted iHer funeral and nephewsiunfurled held yesterday morning. Division 8 of Chicago from their Joint picnic, whiph was a service flag with twelve stars and tho largest ever held In Nelson Initiated fifty new members at Its Many frerius In this city were county. last meeting. Through Judge Frank Daugherty shocked when they learned of the 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVE., LOUISVILLE. Division 1 of St. Paul dedicated sudden and ,unlooked for death and H. R. Cox the Right Rev. AbIts mem- Tuesday night of Mrs. a service flag in honor of Catherine bot Obrecht, of Gethsemani, dobers who have responded to their Callahan In Frankfort, following an nated a check for ?100 to tho Red country's call. of Columbus general illness of otaly a few minutes of VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVWV'VVVVVVWVVWWWVWWVVV' Mrs. Callahan fund. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Minne- acute Indigestion. apolis have successfully organized a was tho housekeeper at the Capital Kehoe Council will defer tho erecand left that place tion of Its club house at Ludlow Red Cross unit that will become Hotel for yea-to become tho matron at the jreeoie until after tho war, and will Invest active In this work. Chicago Hibernians will unfurl minded Institute. She was the aunt the building fund In War Savings TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS at of Miss Jennie McDonald, of Frank Stamps, Red Cross, K. of C. and their service flair tomorrow tho Brand's Park, where the annual fort, enrolling clerk for Rev. Senate, V. CM. 'C. A. work. Is the ever willing servant of thase who and also of the Very Father Fifty of the 260 members of the field day celebration takes place. V. G of St. Patrick's. Her council at Newark, Ohio, are with will use it, giving them power to transA. O. H. boys captured the Crontn.Patrick Callahan, and The her tho in dash, being first and sec Eton, d niece, Mrs. John Cronln, live In flag colors, beenwhose honor a service mit their voice over a net-wor-k of wires dedicated. has Father ond, got second place in circling the Louisville. Watterson delivered an Impressive bases and were secijud iu the relay points in the State ef Kento many race. Thursday .morning the funeral of address when, the flag was un furled. The young folks of the A. O. H. Robert Mattihgly. aged forty-fivtucky and elsewhere. gave a benefit party at the home of was held from Holy Name church. The excellent work of District NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES Mrs. Luke Noone and were reward Deceased was a "carpenter and his Deputy Donovan and his Kentucky Economical Efficient Reliable Service ed with a neat sum 'for the Ladles' death resulted from a fracture of team at the initiation at Cumber 1 hUK U1KL3 WLAK. land Auxiliary Red Cross unit. the skull when he fell from a lad dates last Sunday gave tho candl and members of Maryland Division 5 of San Francisco Is der while at work on a warehouse arranging a rousing reception for being constructed for the L. and N. something new to think and talk e members, who will be at South Louisville. He is survived albout. Its urged to again give the assistance by his wife, Mrs. Amelia Mattlngly, Tomorrow the K. of C. 'building and counsel with which they sue and five children, William, Sarah at Fort 'Harrison, near Indianapolis, cessfully carried on the business of Elizabeth, Aurelia, (Martha and will be dedicated with a military INCORPORATED Right Rev. Bishop order. Wesley Mattlngly; two brothers, D. field anass. tWVWWWWVWWVWHWWVWWWHWtVmMWMtW Our Ladles' Auxiliary Red Cross A. aiattlngly, of La Center, and J. Hayes has been asked to be the Chartrand five celebrant, and Bishop units, and there are many of them, J. 'Mattlngly, of Louisville; Hackett, of will preach the sermon. are very successful and their work sisters, Mrs. Joseph has been so much appreciated that Evansvllle; Mrs. James L. Casey, of ORPIL1N PICNIC AWARDS. attention of Washington .has been Owensboro; Mrs. Charles T. Jacobs, Schwltzer, and Sister Mary called to their patriotic efforts and of At the meeting Monday evening Bernedetta, of St. Joseph's Acad: their labors for the Liberty boys. hall Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, Chairman emy, St. Joseph, and Mrs. Harry at the Knights of Columbus much enthusiasm was manifested at LOUISVIIiLE, KENTUCKY. of tho "Memorial to the Nuns of Copen, of Rayvllle. SECOND AND BREOKlNIUDaE, the splendid results achieved by the the Battlefield" and Past President Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and of the Ladles' Auxiliary, enjoys the various committees and workers for Teaches TWIN CITY LEAGUE. the orphans' Fourth of July picnic. subjects. of being the first woman kindred distinction picnic t)ur system is right; our honored with the degree of doctor Tho Twin City League held its The returns Indicate that the is not Day and Night classes the year round. It by the University of Notre most successful field day Sunday at was a brilliant success. of laws prices are right; we treat you right. Enroll any time. Eclipse Park, at least from an ath possible at this time to give the Dame. exact figures as some of the proJ. D. OREAGER, Prin. Hibernians throughout the coun- letlc standpoint, the absence being ceeds have not been reported, but eggs who d try will regret to learn that tho noted of the the amount realized at each of patronize the condition of Prof. Michael O. Ro- and Sunday Twin City Sunday In booths, and as far as possible the on out at han, who Is 11J In Milwaukee, shows but aro unavoidably Shawnee Park the various articles, will be pubno Improvement. It was largely attending the one paydetained offrom lished later on. In tho official gamo the through his efforts that the study season. The two ball games be- statement the officers say. of Irish history was Introduced Into tween The ' Catholic Orphan Society the A. C. H. and an Catholic schools. team and tho Vernons vs. tho K. would like to be In a position to The Hibernians , of Denver on of C. were the best contests of the thank each and, every donor ner- July 4 had one of the most success- year, the A. O. H. winning In a 2 sonally, hut such a multitude made ful picnics in tho history of the to 1 gamo and the K. of C. olub win- donations that to Individualize our per ning In a 3 to 2 game. This latter expression of gratitude would be Denver division when 10,000 When you buy Purniture you should sons gathered at 'Elltch's Gardens game now ties those two teams for Impossible. Therefore we take this is nat made to give buy the kind that to help along the war relief fund the pennant, with the A. O. H. one means of acknowledging our indebt- HOLLENBACH'S WIND HOUSB THE PHIL. HOLLXNBAOH 00. of the order and to enjoy them gamo behind the leaders, and from edness to all generous and charitaaway with trading stamps or cheap, INCORPORATED Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. A large number of babies now on some hot contests can be ble persons who contributed to the selves. trashy premiums. We do not handle were weighed and oxamined, In ac expected. Importer and Dealer in Dlttlllan OC picnic, and In the field events at booths or features of the cordance with the national Govern Eclipse Park tho honors were pretty to visitors whose charity helped to . trading stamps, but good Furniture, CarOU FORTTJNA SOUR HASH LIQUORS WINES AND mental campaign for the preserva- near even between Mackln. A. O. swell the receipts to such large and "HOLLKNBAOH" PURS RYK pets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. 144 South Third Street tion of Infant life, and there was a H. and the K. of O. They were as magnificent proportions. The com Lomitrille, K long programme of sports, in ad follows: d IM W. HaU St. daalf McDonald, mittees that attended preliminary Home Phone 1191 A. O. HTirstJ R. Hamilton, A O. meetings, solicited funds and donadition to other amusements. H., secohdj Mackln, tions and workers' for tho success of H. iZurran, WHAT HUSH AVAXT. third: tImeS.10 srrnnrls. Lnnir the picnic are especially entitled to !, t"aJt"lAl XT rlfafntirtf 415-41- 7 ML jv. rt Pi prai&e, and we are glad to make miuuvg v.. it;;9i, EAST MARKET STREET. Joseph Devlin, M. P., speaking in nrst; Schene, Mackln. second; H. this public testimonial of our ap- II the House of Commons, supplies Curran. MackinAthird: 289 feet. preclatibn of their labors. We ear- li ques- Circling bases th's answer to the Delehanty, Mackln, nestly pray that God will bless a tion, "What Does Ireland Want?" first; It. Hamilton, O. A. H., second; hundredfold every one who conE.H.NKHAUS,SK.-TrtaJ. Ml DOUBHERTV, Vlw Pre. LARHING, PRES. E. L "Bring In a broad measure t of McDonald, A. O. H., third; time: tributed his mite to this laudable and A Sts. Elavater Po and Paym Main irst Fifteen sad Mizuila based 16. Relay race was won by tho K. Work. The Sisters in charge of St. national HigMMd 1462 City 510 S.10S8Y Ctty 310! S. 968Y upon lines thax-w- lll satisfy the na- of C. team, composed of Harrjng Thomas and St. Vincent's Orphantional aspirations: call together ar ton.Proctor, Bossmeyerjjnd Cfresl. ages and the little 6rphans themthe earliest moment a free Parlia TomoTrBw" theyplar as follows: selves unite In our expression of ment representing Irish citizenship: Vernon vs. Mackln, HARVEY-JELLIC- O A. O. H. vs. gratitude, and their dally supplica give the best manifestation you can Trinity, and K. of C. vs. tho Champs. tions will ascend to the Great White of trust Ih Ireland; and you will The standing to date: Throne that spiritual and temporal get from Ireland what you got from (INCORPORATED) w L Pet. blessings may follow all who have thing now, Vernon South Africa. Do this it .(....' 5 2 .714 Interested themselves In the affair." and I tell you this: That although K.ofC Herewith is the list of awards 5 go to war at the present moment Hibernians to i 2 .667 made at the various booths: 4 I) DISTRIBUTORS OF THE means not only to gamble with Mackin Novelty booth Fern, Rels & NONE BETTER NONE PURER 4 3 .571 your life but practically to lose It, Trinity grotto, A. Montedonlco; an2 .333 4 I will be the first to go and join Champs..;..,.....,, o Mrs. Franconla; .000 tique lavalllore, 7 as a private or in any other catoad of coal, Mr. Llnemann; rock pacity. I will constitute myself the ing chair, D. J. Burke; refrigerator, SISTERS NURSING SOLDIERS. leader of all the young and genB. J. Ratterman; All coal sold at Government prices. "Greatest erous hearts which Willi be touched We know that our Catholic Sis- Mother," Mary Egan; handsome by the chivalry and justice of your ters aro playing the same horoic doll, George H. Naber. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, act, and I will do my best to rally part In tho present war as on all booth .Yokes and them to your support In this time former occasions. They have no- apron, Ada Everett; pillow top, E. ' of bitter trial for you. What more tably signalized themselves in M. Davern; pillow top, William P. can a man offer than that?" devo- MoDonogh; Franco and Belgium for their electrolier, Susan tion to the wounded and dying on Cooper; baby dress, T. J. Tlerney; Home City 1389 BOTH PHONES Cumb. Main 138 Cor. Fifth and Market camp crocheted spread, Margaret E. BenENEMY OF BASEBALL. the battlefields and in the iTi 17T' i linr'T Mrfla hospitals. But it is larticularly nett; red, whlto and blue quilt, V. tr Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 The Courier-Journand Louis- - consoling to learn that some at Nalley; rosary, B. Beutel; hat, management vlllo Times should least of our own wounded American Owen Sullivan; vase, Annie f; Three Per Cent, interest Paid muzzle the race horse tout writer soldiers are even now committed to handsome gown, Mrs. A. On Time Deposits who Is daily attacking the Louisville their tender care. We can gather fibre porch set, Miss K. baseball club and th& American As- this from the passing references Gieske; $5 gold piece. Will Eth- President sociation, predicting that the as- made to them In a description given erldge; embroidered handkerchief, James B. Browij. Henry J. Angermeler..Vlce President sociation will disband beforo Aug- by Charles H, Grasty, in the New Margaret Snlpp. .Vice President ust 1 despite Owner Wathen's York TImee, of a visit paid by him James J. Hayes... Ice Cream booth Gown, C. M. .Vice President promise that it will not. To begin to tho Paris hospitals. Thus he McCalllster; gold pin, J. M. C. M. S. Hebel INCORPORATED .Caehlec with the writer's lack of baseball writes: John S. Akers... m center-piecMrs. Anna Asa; knowledge is palpably plain, and .Asst. Cashier Oscar A. Block "Three cots away was a big fol- piano cover, Mrs. H. D. Tukner; FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. A. P. Ramser. ........Asst. Cashier the fans are up In arms at his at- low with a German name from a center-piecMiss Anna Conley; tempt to wreck a game of which he Western State, rfe had been In the scarf, William Hablch; plant, F. knows nothing, his attacks being on Cantlgny Bhow. '.My wound is only Smith, LOUISVILLE- KENTUCKY a par with his descriptions or a scratch,' he said, 'but It is juBt Linen bed booth Crocheted crooked and fixed races, of which below the back of my neck where spread, M. Scahlll; handsome em he seems to have an Intimate knowl- tho nerves cross, and It gives mo broidered quilt, Alice B. HIckey: ., W Pfk. h4 Trn. P. MNMH. M. I. IMttH, rretMMt art MiMfw. edge. There is a revival of interest a bad quartet of an hour when the hand embroidered sheet in baseball here as is shown by the Sisters drees It.' Presently the cases, Olga Anne Klein. and pillow attendance, and the fans are not Bisters came and took tho dressing Country Store booth Electrolier. slow to appreciate Owner Wathen's off, and the wound looked so terrlblo Julie Kremer; settee, Mrs. G. Dowl-inefforts to give Louisville a pennant that I was obliged to turn away. winning team, and they can not be The 'scratch' was nearly twelve stove, fine dog, Granville Smith; oil Paul Dillon; kitchen range, blamed for resenting tho attempts Inches long and very deep." Snwcr aad Calvert Pip, Peerless Common 2 Extra Pale of a turf follower to Injure tho Further on he refers to a re Mrs. L, D. Kottman. Charles Saaaea's Fateat uatel Pipe ler steam ceaaaits, Liberty bonds ? 100, great American pastime, the true markable case, told him by a Sister Dae to the treat demaad we are aew BOTTLING COMMON Wall CeaiBfj, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick,, ?100, Dr. H. D. Rodman; worth ef which Is being shown in of a naturalised American, brought $50, Mrs. .!, the fact that it is now being made in badly gashed from the field. The Whitehead. Will (Mudd; $50, E. I. aad it yati have tried the rest et the BEST. Fire Freeflng', Fine Lining', Fire BrlcK, an international pastime by our boys Sisters ha'd taken him In charge. Gr&te and Belter Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tens. Ticket Committee $5 gold .tIece, PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. "over there." Toledo will play here When he died they found that his Mar Elizabeth Campbell; ?3, Sarah today, tomorrow and Monday, be- father was an officer in the German OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. army He wu wrapped In the MoCue; $2, Frances Young. ing followed by Minneapolis. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Rosary, Articles unclaimed PHONES CITY 5731786, CUMt, MAIN S07. American flag and burled in Paris. pillow cases, CHAPLAIN HONORED. We have already quoted on a pre- Series 989, No. 94; 'WORKS Thirteenth and Dreckisridf e ami Mhatk and HagBoIia. vious occasion the letter of gratitude Series 1000, No. 53; table cloth and Secretary ot the Navy Daniels written by a American napkins, Series I, No. 27: luncheon j has created a new office afloat, that soldier witoee Kfe was maved by a set, Series C, No. 62; pillow cases, SATISFIES THAT LONGING. photographs, of fleet chaplain, and has assigned Sitter on the imttlefield where no Series 89, No. 4; Gmrab. South 3408a Father Matthew G. Gleeson, U. S. one else had tome to rescue him. Series F, No. 99. Fyeae City 8104 N. to report to Admiral Mayo. All honor to the noble, nuns of VOTING WOMBN. Oommaader-la-Chie- f of the Atlantic France and Mgtant! The sight of The total voting streath of INCOXPORATBD fleet, for that important duty, them wlM tartar jutao and joy to rather Gleeson will eerre on the the heart of maor an American women In the Uatted Statea Is gives PHONE CITY8S9. LOUISVILLE, KY, ' as 8tB7,S8. staff of the Admiral or hoard the Midler. , SOUTH SSJVNTB so?. flagship Penmsfclvanla and his duties will be to aeijye as a guide, coun- NIMBI'S SONS J CONFIRMATION - SUITS FOR BOYS I Put-In-Ba- y, .i Shoes- $5.00. Grovers' "Sister Alma" I i I j $6.45 $7.45 $10 60c 79c - ! White Shirts and Blouses Cross-Knigh- ts s THE HOME TELEPHONE ))())( tfkal&& -- $1.00 100-yar- e, -- old-tim- Louisville Home Telephone Company t'-.- BE SURE TO CALL FOR Book-keepin- g, McKENNA FURNITURE JAMES GREENE s Office-F- frfr' hard-boile- WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. All-St- ar H, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. 100-yar- -- js ed DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT COAL CO. QXjA.jL,xrmr - sjb:rvio:e F.F.X.L.BEER "Delivery Service?" Sure. Up-hau- s; High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal I Prompt Ready-to-we- ar NATIONAL- BANK OF COMMERCE - al Con-nlf- Set-be- rt; AT BREWING . y; e, e, f f P. BANNON PIPE CO. g; Falls City Beer Lager Do-hert- y; npn-Catho- uc OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER s:s PRACTICAL J?JDUMBERS 1186 JOHN F. OERTEL CO. ff '4 ,!" " sl..