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Kentucky 5. up my 'impressions from a private Interview, by saying that he is a man of perfect simplicity, transparent sincerity, rigid adhesion to well thought out principles and and Impulsiveness almost Celtic warmth of feeling, tempered rather by the cautious than controlled Scotch-Iris- h side of his partially ancestors. Indeed to me he is much more dominantly Celt than Scotch-IrisOf course I am not h. IRIS h 1 - American KEYSTONERS game. Clifton." Nothing have them in daunted, our noble Keystoner said: "Yes, I know they got 'em In other cities." Possibly he can bo excused for not Knowing Clifton was In this city, and perhaps he wasn't on that car line. Sunday night the fire department pulled off a little Keystohe reel of Its own. There was a fiie at Eighth and Zane and the new boys came a clanging out tho street, and after some troublo located the lire In a coal yard. But then came the Dragging the hose to the rub. scene they were confronted with, a locked gate at the entrance, and then began the debate as to whether the hose ought to go under or over the gate. The discussion waxed fast and furious while all the time tho fire burned merrily on. Finally uisgu&ieu a spectator necoming pulled the gates apart. Then more trouble. Tho reel horses having no watcher ran away and tore in Eighth street to the ball park and were stopped or nearly stopped by a large telephone pole, which was broken In two by the collision, ana some damage to the reel. Those fortunate enough to see al of this iauched with gleo "at the funny antics of the firemen trying to put out the fire and catch the runaway Seeing that the firemen horses. were getting all the glory one of the Keystone police did a funny Btunt for the amused spectators. On com ho fire his way to the mandeered one of the Electric Light Company's sulkies and made for the scene, but only being used to the street car platforms pitched off Into a mud hole. More merrimont. off A negro brushing the I clothes saidt "Boss, didn't know you wuz a policeman, but I missed yo off the Portland avenue cars lately." Koy-stone- r's IGE CREAM 430'S. Eighth St. Wholesale and Retail Hdme Phbne City 7075. HARMON'S li VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TAY PAY Irish Nationalist Says United States Finn For War Purpose. Declares the Foe Can Not Look For Compromise From America. Writes of President Wilson and the War Spirit Existing Here. N EXPERIENCES That Confront K. of C. Chap- lains With Our Yankee Soldiers. HAS RETURNED TO PARLIAMENT fe I"", f Thousands of new rookies have Today's primary election will not entered the K. of C. buildings at many thrills or give hard s feel deepest sym- - furnish Many rrr Camp Zachary Taylor in the past b and Sally Haner, work to the Democrats, as they are pathy forJ( week through the day, and at night ;; street, assured of Senator James' nomina Breckinridge 1001 they have been beckoned by tne has tion by an overwhelming majority. Death's Angel from vh VACANT SEES liTLLED. big electric "Everybody Welcome" taken thel? fant daughter, Mary and they will be in the roie or Blgns, which have, "been erected reb now beams, down spectators viewing the Kilkenny Antolnett Last week brief announcement cently under the direction of Genupon them: rom ner Heavenly fight going on In the Republican vawas made of the filling of six eral Secretary Thomas D. Cllnes. and Bethurum between neral was held Sun- - ranks home. The K. of C. building No. 4 was opened Sfrith Interment in St. Bruner for the Republican nominacant sees, the largest number of day morn Wednesday evening for the colored announcement Despite, the Louis cen tion. appointments to come at one time 6oldiers. This building will be In the other day that it will be a for Americans in recent years. charge of Frank Randall, of Nashcontest here between this week from St. friendly Death these sees have been vaSome of ville, Tenn., who will have charge tion two more of Its Bruner and Bethurum, you can look John's co: cant for about six months. Tho of the K. of C. war activities among They say that acob Schoenbach- - out for squalls. older me: Bishop Foley, of Detroit, died late the colored troops here. The buildr avenue, and. Mrs. Chesley Searcy has Just been ach ler, of l'OU on January 5, of this year; Bishop ing Is the newest type of K. of C. Kate Staan nwp ow of the late Capt. Ing for the primary date to roll Gallagher, of Galveston, on Janubuildings, which are being erected DILLON PROPOSES WILSON. John , B. Mm, who passed away around so he could prove to Dr. ary 21, and Bishop McGolrlck, of by the hundreds in the different 830 East Bruncr and his friends that they Tuesday itUMr home, Dulutn, on January 23. The see Broadway,f5s4h were held In high mustn't question the power or get In the debate In the House of camps of the United States and alsfl of San Antonio has teen vacant n esteem andjlye many friends who In the way of the Commons on Monday on his motion on the French and English fronts, since the tarnsfer of Archbishop machine if they don't want to get tegardlng Ireland, John Dillon, tho and is ono of the most attractivo mourn theirXeath. Shaw to New Orleans; Baker City buildings at Camp hurt. Dr. Bruner came out In a Nationalist proposed the and convenient opening the transfer of Bishop since TPitTKn.nl furvlpAQ Avar The fho rh. statement the other day saying the referenco of leader, O'Reilly to Lincoln, and tho see of the question to Presi- Taylor, was celebrated day of this by concert mains of 'Mff3' Sue Burkel, whose following leading Republicans were dent Wilson. Replying to Mr. Dil- building Lafayette was erected in January organized home wasgltf(310 Shawnee drive, his supporters, naming many local lon's speech on his motion, Edward company and orchestra of this year. morning at St. Republicans, but conspicuously ab- Shortt, Secretary for Ireland, said under the direction of Secretary were held Detroit, of The new Bishop Mrs. sent from the list were the names that the Government had been com- Randall, assisted by Sergeant Jones, Charles Borrepo church. Right Rev. Michael James GallaBurkel hajRlen a sufferer from of Searcy, Chilton, Burlingame and pelled to take strong action in Ire- Of the First Regiment, upon tho gher, Is a native of Michigan. He She is survived Rose. So look out for a hot fight land because there was a complete big open air stage, which overlooks stomach trofMiT, taught school in his early years and SeaTcy knows that a big military system in Southwest Ire- a big drill ground and which easily by two sc5yrederlck J. Burkel, today. went to Ireland, where he then Edwin P. vote for Bruner here would oncour-ag- e land, worked out with considerable accommodates an audienco of ' sevof KansasJKllF, Nand pursued his classical studies. His a revolution against the ma- skill and. knowledge. Burkel. ofuJMrBville, and a (laugh course in philosophy and theology Instructions eral thousand soldiers. The commade of ter. Mrs. EMU Van Antwerp, of chine power, so ho and his friends were given, the Secretary declared, pany and orchestra wereSixty-fiftand at was made at Innsbruck Louisville, will be busy throwing the harpoon as to how to cut railways and de- men selected from tho Rome. He was ordained March 19, comh and Into the genial doctor. Tomorrow stroy bridges and communications, He acted as Secretary and 1893. Moat of the performers Mrs. Ait411B. Rllcy, born in this vou will read the returns and Dr. while explosives had been secretly panies. Chancellor to tho late Bishop were on the professional stage prior ago and a life- Bruner's explanation of why ho Imported. city RIchter, of Grand Rapids, for sevperarmy, so to being long memberjef; the Cathedral par- didn't get the nomination. eral years, and on July 5, 1915, he Herbert H. Asquith, former Prime formance in the excellent the and was administration Minister, ish, passedtp(icefully away Sunday The Bolshevik! was named Coadjutor Bishop. He speaking in tho was applauded an every actone tho also by on morning atalfisr .home, 615 South had another lively time of It this House of Commons, made an appeal succeeded to the see on the death Seeing the storm to the Government in the Interests large audience. The same company week. Sixth streetJ$lMrs. Riley had been past of Bishop RIchter, December 26, 1)1 jubilee, as a for seerali weeks, and death aroused over the Investigation of of the country, the Empire and, the and orchestra scored another big 191 G. His silver followed a Uierjous breakdown. Sho the Men's Federation, the city offi- Entente Allies to try again, even at hit at building No. 2, where they priest was celebrated last March. Is survlvedjptsyj? one son, Conrad cials' did the "off again, on again," the eleventh hour, to find a settle- were applauded on all sides by the Rev. Terence G. Brady, who "has nurses and.soldlerSj, , they ment FInnpgan act. One minute Riley. of Baker lamp below. been appointed Bishop Irish question. RegardGreat" credit 'is due to morning with requiem high stood sponsors for our "Ginger" had no aesthetic regard City, Ore., has been pastor In tho lows: ing the suggestion made by John Barrett, chaplain and First Father Lieureformers and the next they Dillon that the Irish question be "I must- - own my- first impressions archdiocese of Dubuque for many for the service, although he might mass at tM Cathedral. years have been Impressed by tho seriwere trying to wash their hands of referred to President Wilson, Mr. tenant of tho First Regiment, for not encouraging from "any years. He Is about forty-si- x were With the death of Mrs. Lbulse the mess. Ono good Tesult of the Asquith' said: "He would be a very his untiring efforts in building up point of view. Within a few hours of ago. His studies were made at ous attention which the thousand at this on tho one Dubuque and at Montreal. For or so boys present displayed. But Heckmann, 322 South Campbell whole thing is that the Men's Fed bold man who would expect Mr. a goodheattendance going to building. I had every evidence tne difhas been senti- several years he was pastor at La one thing made a big hit with street, St. Boniface church sustained eration will be shorn of their at Wilson to undertake a task which Dally 'hand that the not yet spent itself and Motte, Iowa, next at Dorchester, "Ginger." It was thevbell rung at the loss of another of its oldest and tempted dictatorial power In poli- has baffled so many pioneers in the ferent barracks and delivering welment had to the colored still confused the issues In tho then at Calmar, whence he was the most solemn moments of the most highly respected members. She tics for some time to come, and past. If it could not be referred, come addresses the boys who aro He figured things out for was the widow of the late John their Indorsement' or support will to members of our own family ft troops, meetingurging minds of some of my race; on the called by Archbishop Keane, six mass. them to atother hand, the sight of this great, years ago, to become pastor of St. himself and probably had a lonely Heckmann, anl leaves three sons, be as Injurious as the O. K. of the does not seem that a question of Catholics and John, Frank and Philip Heckmann, labor leaders. Henry that kind could well bo submitted tend the masses and their ehurch He battle with the old, city, rushing as I thought, to Raphael's Cathedral, Dubuque. remembered rich of to the every seaside resort in tho vacation is knoWn as an energetic adminis- prejudices against the "sissy guys" and three daughters, Mrs. Michael Watterson's blistering editorial of a foreign duties.of C. building No. 5 is being K. summer, was in marked trator and Is popular with the who tried to get in soft at school Gallagher, Mrs. Michael Gehring and the reformers and their "pimp" as- country, arbitrament friendly." spirit of the however erected at tho corner of Hess lane Struckfuss, Funeral sociates has convicted them at the He by helping out the priest at church. Mrs. John contrast to the somber attitude and priests of the archdiocese. and Poplar Level road. This buildatmosphere of the city I had left will be the fourth Iowa priest to On services were held Tuesday morn- bar of public opinion and the pub "Ginger" won the battle. SUPPORT. ing will bo tho same type as buildafter three years of war. Further,a become a Bishop in the province the following Saturday evening he ing, attended by many old friends lic will be rid of their meddling PROMISE PRESIDENT ing No. 4, but be much larger, for quite a time. Tho Bolshevlkl I found In prlvato conversation of Oregon City, the others being turned up In Chapjain McGinn's of- and acquaintances. d support of Presi- and will take will of tho white care administration was afraid to destartling evidence of a divisions of Bishop Carroll, of Helena; Bishop fice, where a tall Lieutenant was Mrs. Mary R". Leahy, aged fifty-fiv- nounce them outlrght, as for tho dent Wilson's conduct of the war soldiers of the first group of tho mind and opinion as to America's Lenihan, of Great Falls, and Bishop engaged In conversation. "Ginger" a well known and greatly be- past ten years several of the lead- and condemnation of "Prussian ab- Depot Brigade and was much Intervention in' the war, which was Gorman, of Boise, Idaho. butted right in. St. work. expressed with an openness which "Have youse," he asked the loved woman ofpassed Louis Bo- ers under the guise of reform have, solutism" were voted by the Cath- needed to carry on K. of C. repreRev. Christopher E. Byrne, of St. peacefully been putting in good licks for the olic Educational Association of the The K. of C. will then have rland's parish', surprised and even pained me. who shall Impression Louis, who has been appointed to priest (and a warrior, sneer at the away at her home, 227 East Oak Republican pariy. United States at the closing session sentation In every part of tho "I speak of this first particularly the see of Galveston, is pastor of dialect of street, after a long illness of frankly now, because I am able im- tho large Holy Name parish in that when the warrior Js to of Its fifteenth annual convention camp. Paul Burlingame, Secretary I saw the city, where he completed a beautiresolutions A big tent is now being used mediately to add that She "Have youse got anybody to solve asthma. spent was born in this city our near Mayor, followed up Col. at San Francisco. Thethe Gorman temporarily near the site of the her entire Jlfe here. Petty's camouflage about being a particularly attacked transformation of feeling gradually ful church about two years ago. mass tomorrow father?" and "had to system. A resolution new 'building which ds being erectcrow from one end of America - He was formerly pastor at Edlna. Mrs. Leahy was a true Christian help to the Kaiser if you criticised educational "Why, yes," said the priest. conMm nther. until now I feel "Ginger" showed his disappoint- woman and was highly esteemed our Keystone police, and he deliv excoriating modorn business effi ed. This is in charge of Secretary engaged For several years he has been manto Clifford Lee, formerly assistant to uinrnii that of all nations ager of Church Progress, tho offi- ment, so the chaplain made haste by those who knew her for her ered a talk at a meeting of the ciency systems as destructive In this war the one that feels most cial Catholic paper at St. Louis. to amend: "But I can do with many excellent traits of character. Optimist Club asking for fair play Initiative and individuality was also Secretary Ryan, of building No. 3. unitedly and adapted. In part it reads: passionately, most The new building will also be in and generous, she was a firm for the police, and told what a if that's what I will Ho is a near relative of Very Rev. your help,what I mean," you mean.." Just and accommodating neighbor, organization we had Just now. fine most ruthlessly, is America. "The modern efficiency expert in charge of Secretary Lee, who has It said "Gin- friend "Dat's saying that John Jennette, of St. Joseph's t Hos- ger." - even go tho length of and in 'her going henco a vacancy 13 certainly took an optimist to sit Industrial life has too often driven made a great number of friends Bishop-elecOmaha. pital In limit 'of endurIf any ono or all or tno European Byrne was born at Byrnesville, a The chaplain turned to the tall created in the hearts of those who through Burlingame'8 plea, when the laborer to the the demand for among the soldiers near building Moreover, nations should in war weariness town named In honor of his father, Lieutenant. No. 3 and already has started to knew and loved her that will never you consider the weekly and dally ance. an Inhad an show any sign of accepting "How about it?" he asked, for be filled.. She Js survived by her breaks and scandals of the present efficiency In production has modern make many friends for himself and would the late Judge Patrick Byrne, on America conclusive peace, Leahy, police department, shooting of in- unwholesome influence on Timothy husband, J. boosters for tho K. of C. in hs new volunhis made keep on, oven if she had to stand April 21, 1867. at He Marys' Col the Lieutenant had himself Telegraph of the Tho new buildings are teered to serve at tho altar the cashierCompany; Postal sons, George nocent bystanders, the killing of an education. The economic producer location. classical studies St. merely as .a being erected under the direotlon alone; and that wherever else the lege, Kan., and his philosophy and following morning. three boy, the Huhlelu regards the, child Cable spirit of Germans may look for a W., Frank and Anderson Leahy, holdup, the mad house shooting, future economic unit in tho "indu- of Architect Thomas Nolan, who "Fine," said the Lieutenant. f compromise, they can not look for theology at St. Mary's. Baltimore. has worked day and night with un"Ginger" beamed upon both. He and a daughter, Miss Florence surely being fresh in the minds of strial system." it, He was ordained to the priesthood It, or even lor an approach to resolutions commending ceasing efforts to complete buildings Further Leahy, to whom Is extended heart- his auditors. would of the United in St. John's church, St. Louis, on turned away, but hung about the felt sympathy. The funeral from the people took have went better at a humorists' the graduates of Catholic schools No. 4 and No. 5 for our boys In the September 23, 1891, by Archbishop door. The chaplain became occuState3." re- club, It seems. place Saturday morning with Mr. Nolan has done The day of the for their patriotism in "rallying to new draft. tells of spending Kenrick. On October 19 he was pied with other matters, but not quiem high mass at St, Louis Mr. O'Connor 's lecture a sixty-eigyear old negro the colors in surprisingly large this at the expense and neglect of assigned as an assistant to St. so much occupied that he didn't tho first three months of his visit Bridget's church, Jefferson avenue hear "Ginger's" colloquy with the urging a closer co- many of his big contracts, and the church. was shot and killed by a policeman, numbers," and In New York, and of a trip to Chiwho said he was desperate, and two operation between Catholic second-ard- y Knights are much Indebted to him cago in the fall, where he addressed and Carr street, St. Louis, serving Lieutenant as the officer emerged schools and colleges and sem- for the erection of buildings at Joseph J. Repetto, who had lived, days later Patrolman Harper was be- as such until June 16, 1897, when from the office. the Irish Fellowship Clob. He Camp Taylor and also at West pastor of Sacred "Ginger," a useful and exemplary lire on tno killed while in uniform, his as- inaries were also adopted. "Say, Lewt," ho was made said lieved his views on tho Irish Decem"when we serves river front, passed into eternal rest sociates being questionable charac- NEW RULES FOR CATHOLICS. Point. tion were shared by 90 to 95 per Heart church at Columbia. K. of C. building No. 3 is still cent, of the .men of the Irish race ber 6, 1899, he became permanent mass together tomorrow kin- I take Bunday evening at his home, 136 ters, and the charge of murder is us popular and well attended as There have been more North Third street, his death bring mado. In the latter city. Then ho placed rector of St. Joseph's church, Edlna, de side of de altar wld de hell?" in Several The Lieutenant was willing. And ing a feeling of gloom into every shootings in which police of the canon Jaw changesbeen tho Catholic ever under the direction of Joseph himanir'nt ho dlsnosal of the Na "and on January 27, 1911, he surput into efhave Most of Born tional Security League, speaking rendered his permanent rectorship it Is written in the annals of thjs home in nthat locality. ago, by a poor present Keystone force have been fect. Under the new order flesh J. Ryan and Oscar Weiss. drafts are years the new honest Involved than during four years of there to become pastor of Holy particular K. of C. building at boy ' on St. quartered men of each frequently in Chicago and at hanquets in the vicinity of this Name church, St. 'Louis, and one Camp Devens that even a stone-de- and Industrious effort he succeeded Democratic rule, yet Petty and Bur may be eaten though quently in San Francisco. the day falls building and every night the buildto Patrick's day worshiper could realize the until he rose to a position of ease lingame say It Is unpatriotic 't hrniA i mav say that the of Archbishop Glennon's consult- One of the In Lent. No priest may bo made a ing and also the big outdoor When tltiies were criticise the police. National Security ors, continuing in that capacity Bolemnlty of, the sacrifice, for "Gin- and affluence. hnadu of the who ger" smote the bell with the force hard the poor people and children present force says ho carries two Cardinalsecond has a blood relative screened porch, which was lately League thanked me warmly for the over since. degree who Is in thq d addresses, and atThe new Bishop of Duluth. Rev. of a zealot. Ho has served con- found him their friend indeed, and pistols, and when asked why said a Cardinal. Before the new also finished and furnished with tone of my to me some Influence on. John T. McNIcholas, O. P., Is a sistently since, always on "de side during the long winters many were one was for dogs, so the other went Into effect marriage was law crowded writing space and' desks. Is tributed forIts without with. shoot and forming and strengthening patriot Dominican 'who is. at present a pro- wld do bell." They have had two Rayed from cold asked.hunger Repetto must be to why the people bureau bidden between tho first Sunday open air tostage capacity". The big press Many wonder Joe is used several West." he fessor In the Dominican College In new bells at that building- since question being Middle opinion In the of Advent and Epiphany, which oc times a week for vaudeville and was always active in the work for of tho City Hall doesn't Include In He, however, belongs to "Ginger" got religion. writes, and continues: "I paid sev- Rome. curs on January 6; now it Is barred athletic exhibitions, and the other Bill, the blasphemer, was some- betterment of the section of the city its efficiency reports the great many only until Christmas. Promises of eral visits to Washington, especially the St. Joseph province in , the nights the best and highest class of the Keystone In camp. Ho in whleh he lived and was spokes- shootings in which United States and Is well known what of a tough-nu- t at moments when matters became throughout marriage of his neighInvolved, the and when it waB the 'Eastern section of couldn't pass a chaplain wlth'out man and legl advfeerby his widow, police areinteresting as It would In writing are invalid unless made feature pictures of moviebig movl03 crltcal at home, prescribed formali- were shown on the under survived He an screen on table, or why necessary to explain the attitude of the United States as a learned sneering, and it was his particular bors. ArkleisRepetto; two daughters, make they give Though banns remain ob- the big drill ground directly In out tho names of ties. don't About pleasure to uso language that no Mrs. canonist. my party. Among the experiences -, theologian and parties are front of the open stage. both Roach and Miss Ratio the police who aro being stripped ligatory when recollect with the greatest pleas- ten years ago he wrote for the refined young gentleman should Mrs. Carrie they aro not published Thursday Nnlght a large audienco worn twn Interviews with tho Ecclesiastical Review a series of ever use before other refined young Repetto, and three sons," Geoige, of their badges in the station housea Catholic special permission when Repett6. Charles enjoyed a high class vaudevllllo enand President, and especially an inter--. articles on the "Ne Temero," or new gentlemen's ears, let alone before Charles is John United States radio for some offense or another. Fri- without mar- tertainment, in which Mrs. The was the marriage is mixed. a Patrolman la the day evening FlorBut iBlll, Repetto view I had with mm irameown' marriago law of the church, which those of a clergyman. canon maybe because he came from cer- service, stationed at Camp Buoll. brought In drunk at Central Sta- riage ceremonyforbids any marriages ence Phillips, the talented wife of I had been commentary is now a classic beforo my departure. iln mixed Lieut. Phillips, just returned from and ArchhlshoD tain wild regions of Arizona, had The funeral was held Wednesday tion, and it was rumored that he The successor of otiirtont nf his "writings morning from St. Michael's church, the American wasn't either before or after the Catholic his speeches for many pears, and l Shaw in the see of San Antonio. tho false impression that chaplains where the deceased received hla first kicked because they partner had the marriage. The age of consent of a lengthy tour of was the soloist, 7' brought in, both thoueh I had never met him before, Texas, is to be the very Rev. A were excess impedimenta', to use a holy communtoni as a boy and had same amount as drinks. Patrolman males is now sixteen and of females Chautauqua Circuit, wore wonderirtth limitations that of La. Ceasarlan phrase. Even when the I felt as though I was acquainted Drossaerts, of Baton Rouge, ever slace been a faithful and de- Mike Rellhan, one of the real fourteen years. ful. with his thought ana temperament He is a native of Belgium, and has transport on which "Bill sailed to vout member. The K. of C. auditorium is the policemen who loft the forco the as Prance i must add that my personal in- done splendid workNew a priest in danger went zlgaagglng through the SISTERS VISIT PARENTS. scene of much activity, six tq eight othpr day, tells of one of the Keymany of his zone, and Orleans, in witn him had, however, the archdiocese of terviews , classes being held thero daily for CATHOLIC FEDERATION. stoners coming down the station were very piously some of which the. effect of changing suggested the years. he has been dean for several companions did not improve his Sl3ter Avelene, of Little Rock, officers of the training school, while by Bill The Federated Catholic .Societies house steps in the rear of the whleh are lpreioii appearance and espe- Very Rev. Jules Jeanmard, who opinion of "Charlies" and others of LowUrrilte and' Jefferson county City Hall, and he asked "What was Ark., and Sister Mary Phillip, of In the evening military pictures aro puMle hi this week shown to an audience of t least Tho has been named Bishop of the new whose principal occupation in life will hold their regular meeting next that big building over thar?" re- Boston, Mass., were cially by his photographs. Thursday night in the Federation ferring to the Court House. An- guests of their parents, Mr. and 800 soldiers. photograph and diocese of LaFayette, La., hag been he misconstrued as to pray, President of the Tuesday night the best boxing repair Mrs. John Kelly, at Hawesvillo. build- other, seeing a telephone But although Bill was a faulty rooms In th the PrMldeat of the living flesh Chancellor and Vicar General of the Sisters of Char- bout yet held was staged In .building aad Jefferson man at work talking to the ex- The former joinedago eloae t hand are archdiocese of New Orleans under Chritlan he had deeided merits as ing, corner .Fifth and tolbod wn ity sixteen years and has been 3 by J. J. Ryan. IHajor Telaferro change over an improvised connecthe" It ta almost a eontradictlon. The sver-- y the late Arehbishoj BVenk. He was a soldier.his outfit wvnt Into ot!on streets. during hopedsummergood be1 tion, said.) "That's a darn 'good home hut twice since, and the lat- referred and Paeky MeFarland was wNl the Wbw o feature 4a thp photograph en- appointed apostolic administrator of ter Sreral Awt nd furl- the arehdtoeese after the death, of Bill, who had beta grinning at the ooottnuMl asd that all delegate triek; us police ought to have it" first ten years ago and this' is her oua Trio 7 tirely vtelt. rounds wre fougfct. ekaplaia' fltwl wards eaeouimge- - will make m effort to be prewMt. The telephone man replied "They m Archbishop 'BUfik. Mftted WKrte him. Lat me Impressions of T. P. O'Connor, Nationalist M. P., one of the Irish leaders, of America's preparation, for and participation in the world war were written for the Associated Press just before his departure for England and for publication at the Mr. O'Connor time of his arrival. was In this country for more than a year as a commissioner of the Irish (Parliamentary party, and ho soon Joined to such labors very ef- fective campaigns to create Allied sentiment among the Irish, particularly one directed by the National Security League. He camo Into contact with most of the Government officials, including President Wilson, and saw the transformation of tho nation from a seeming lack of realization of what the war meant to a nation "that most passionately, fesls most unitedly and most ruthlessly." He reached this conclusion: . "If any or all of the European nations should In war weariness show any sign of accepting an inwould America conclusive peace keep on oven if Bhe had to stand Wherever else the Germans alone. may look for a spirit of compromise thsy can not look for It, or even for an approach, to It, from the people ' of the United States." characterization Mr. O'Connor's of President Wilson is one. of the most Intimate over given by foreign The writers or statesmen. Irish leader votes the President as dominantly Celt and sees a contradiction between tho President of tho "photograph and the President of the living flesh and blood, and 'bo prefers tho latter. After telling of 'Tils arrival in New York In June, 1917 Mr. O'Connor writes a3 fol- at liberty to reveal his expression, except to say that I regard him as friend of a genuine and sincere Ireland. "I return home at the urgent request of Mr. Dillon, and bring a message of cheer to everybody in Europe on our side by tho account can give of the splendid spirit of the American people, and I rejoice above all that my visit extended to the tlmo when the bravery and skill of the American troops vindicated the opinion I held from the beginning that America's intervention made complete victory over the forces of Germany an absolute certainty. Finally let mo thank all this mv innumerable friends in nation, not only for the kindness, but the substantial assistance they gave to me In fighting on that Important section of the political and military battlefront represented by my nation." Work Being: Done Among Boys Who Are Flgcting Our Battles. Priest in Action Carries Faulty Christian to American Trenches. FATHER umpiuiu. Bill fasti (lithe priest's back quite enough to carry broad anSUgfc-onhim at afsSMUs pace through the mud and '"itfcmG and fragments of men to thejjfeoinparatlve neaven of the Anie'ricai trenches. Bill nelefcger blasphemes. Bomeuuuy-ia. -- ment to tk boys before they went .outstripped his mates over the In his eaa es3 to reach the straf- Iwlth the result that Ing Fritz ed In No Man's Land he was drs in both thighs. , He with shrai a long, long time lay there j quite long 3 lough for even the re copious sources of gis singularly ex become utterly vocabulari hausted. it he would have lain there mai kgonlzing hours longer creeping' among the If someb rilts and of No Man's Land, had not aubled across him. The CAMP NEWS Thousands of NewlIJookies.Enter K. of O. Buildings This Week. Building of tho Newest TypePro- 'vided For tho Colored Soldiers. New Auditorium Will Soon Bo Only Want Fair Play According to Petty and Burlin ' ins w prqss Bureau's Kcport of Police Shooting Would Be Interesting. Itepuhllcans Machine- Will ltun Rough Shod Over Dr. Bruncr. - U RHCRNT DEATHS. Monday, Mrs. Mary, Beady For the Depot Brigade. PLEASURES AT ALL BUILDINGS WHAT BEFELL M'GINN Michael's 921 rnlng the funeral of lpert, beloved wife of , was held from St. Charles' Wat saying th the daug her ' ue exhibits of the Intimate' work being done by K. of C. chaplains among the boys who are fighting our battles are not alone interesting but Just typical. Among the routines by day and week scores following of experiences like the befall every K. of C. chaplain, and In the words of one of them they manliness Illustrate the "four-pl- y of the Yankee dough boy:" Consider for a typical case of bearing the straying sheep back to of "Ginger." tho fold the case "Ginger" came from the gashouse section of New York, and he reached Camp Devens In a very dissatisfied frame of mind with men and things. He hung around one of the K. of C. buildings there because It contained a free, pool table, although he missed the thick haze of smoko over the table and tho frequent underscoring of "bum" shots with strings of profanity. "Ginger" acquired a reputation as a tough guy because he said "dis" and "dat" and "thoity-thoidBut Father McGinn, K. of C. chaplain at Camp Devens, saw that underneath the rather rasplsh exterior "Ginger's" heart was as true as any that beat Inside a regulation army shirt. He didn't pal up with and "Ginger" tho stuff doesn't exactly work with the gashouse bunch. But he told "Ginger" that If ho didn't have anything particular to do on a Sunday morning he might drop around to the K. of "Ginger" dropped C. building. around and attended his first, mass since the days before he hurled his first brick from a tenement roof on a. placid cop upholding a street Many ." back-slappi- twenty-- East'J ch. Father O'Connor FIREMEN ulem mass. She was kt Mrs. Annie Neenan, et street, and was in STAGE FUNNY REEL rth year. Searcy-Chilto- Jrday i j, i h, a Sixty-seven- th Sixty-nint- flfty-twf5fea- r8 The-afuBrtr- of-th- e- lXJt -d - ;l I anti-Engli- ed Whflle-hearte- e, -- eight-year-o- ld ( The.-le2tu- rc Ber-trand- ht - , forty-seve- af much-neede- - non-Catho- lic - . - Tnter-floirthe- rn diwrs Mme-kep- r. ' ' iS'i:. j ... jaaENsrarcTOEr3r ueisn-- r .Aj&c&RzoAar K&NTIMY IRISH flMERIGflti. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Devoted to the Social Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Uatnolic unigms 01 America. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incofpor.ted, Gntered at the Loulivllle Poitolllce at Second.Clan Matter. and Moral Advancement ol Irish Americans and Catholics il' J&'''fv'c:aFSaiaiaHR HEADQUARTERS FOR SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c iddr.is all Caromunloatlons to th KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Watt Brest. St. CONFIRMATION nits for Boys BEST VALUES IN TOWN -- (g LOUISVILLE, KY GIVE HIM THE MEDAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918 many is still powerful enough to wage a long defensive warfare. To & I- - If there Is a medal to be awardedg rellg-toufor narrow mindedness and of the prejudice ithe editor Western Recorder, a local Baptist paper, Is certainly a worthy contender. Speaking of the request In the Senate for the people of the United States ito pray at noon each day for the success of our soldiers, he says: "This prayer is distinctly and Catholic distinctively a Roman prayer, and is so understood by the lexicographers and the rank and flic. Worse still, the prayer is made to the Virgin Mary, and hence not adapted to Protestant or Baptist an Wo have mado use. earnest effort to do everything our noble President has requested us. Personally we would prefer to quit praying altogether than pray to the Certainly we are Mary. Virgin thankful that we have not yet been officially requested to observo this Roman Catholic custom." ... nttaln victory wo must not slacken The more men we In our efforts. can equip and land in Franco within the next few months the sooner will the struggle be over. The administration at Washington seems to realize this fact, and It Is bending every effort to rush preparations for an army of at least five million men. That army will be needed to insure victory and we should be The satisfied with nothing less. Allies now look to us to win the war. Wo must do it at any cost. We havo begun well. The victory of the second battle of the Marne is an American victory. Our work is marked out for us. AVORK Everything For Confirmation Wear-Bo- ys' Store Third Floor OR FIGHT. MAHSE HENRY'S KNOCKOUT. A little coterie of reformers, who claim to represent church Protestant entire the population, are now being bombarded on all sides for the expose of their latest reform movement, in which they hired two worthies from Chicago to conduct a vice investigation in this city. The report showed an expense account of ?7Q0 used for liquor, taxicab rides, etc., and before several of the Bible classes Sunday the reformers tried to show how noble it was to spend the Pretty near money that way. every town is inflicted wilh this class of holier .than thou reformers Henry Watterson's Editor and broadside of the Men's Federation and its purpose "was much .relished, in part Marso Henry said: It Is the fanatical religionary who rushes In after the manner of the Churchman's Federation; who consorts with pimps and rogues; at debauchery and who connives outlawry; who, adopting the rule of set a thief to catch a thief, loses sight of the simplest precepts of common honesty and common sense. Often ho is not a fanatic at all, but a sleek pharlsee, a wanton sensationalist in quest of excitement, where not a scamp outright. His activities, whatever his motives, are always harmful. They never accomplish anything good or real. They only advertise vice and corrupt the Ignorant and unseeing. If the Churchmen's Federation can do no better for morals than put its money into the Chicago pimp business with its lures to make and to catch harlots it had better disband, 'Louisville, or go elsewhere than which was a middling good town before the oldest of its members were born, and will remain a middling good town after the youngest ot them are dead and burled and gone to the worms. AMERICAN VICTORY. K Under the work or fight rule why not enforce it strictly on the walking delegates or socalled labor leaders who are fomenting strikes and labor troubles in these critical times? The only occupation followed by these gentry is to attempt to deliver the .mythical labor vote and the same result is noted from Maine to California the working-me- n leadrebuke the ers by always voting for the other ed fellow. UNANSWERED. John Dillon, the Irish Nationalist leader, voiced the question in Parliament this week that the majority of people throughout the civilized world have waited for an answer to, but this vital question still remains unanswered. He said: "How could Great Britain put "before the world as one of her subjects of the war the freeing of small nationalities was Ireland at her when there back door under the unhappy tyranny of a military government?" PUNISH THE GRAFTERS. has appealed to tlje Food Administration for morje fopd for' Starying millions. Wat less wheat-meat- " fats and sugar. Ship more to the warstrieReri. people of FBANCE'BELGIIM' ITALY this country made the greatest and has yet best history the world known, and true Americans will not sanction its obliteration for England's sake. Catholics yield to no one in revfor and due observance of the Lord's day; but they desire no part or fellows! with rigid Pharasaical Sabbatarians who seek to fob working men and women of all innocent recreation on the one free day of their toilsome week. A murrain upon all such Pharisees, erence say we! OQMING G Cardinal MERClER HaAaEBVV" E.T AT TH :S M F? K I R D :: S NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Cor. Fifth and Market Capital and Surplus-$1,700- ,000 Three Per Cent. Interest Paid On Time- - Deposits James B. Brown President Henry J. Angermoier..VIce President James J. Hayes .Vice President C. M. S. Hebol .Vice President John S. Akers .Cashier Oscar A. Block Asst. Cashier A. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashier ter, Mary Glenn, of Oakdale, are visiting friends and relatives in Memphis, Tenn. Miss Sue Cox, of Mlddleton, has been spending the week as the guest of Misses Mary and Margaret Flnegan in Clifton. I SACRED HEAUT CHURCH. o'clock REMOVED jCUSCADEN'S! ! If I: The second battle of the Marne and the check of the German army developed into a determined counter attack on the part of the French The enemy has and Americans. now been driven back across the Marne and an effort is being made to cut off that portion of his army d which occupies the salient made by the German advance in May. Whether that effort bo will succeed appears now to doubtful. The important feature of Is that the the battle, however, definitely was German offensive checked almost as soon as it started and that the Allies have taken the Initiative. We scarcely expect them to drive the Germans back very far this year. But the defeat the of the offensive started by Germans marks the beginning of better things. It means that the been American troops who havo chiefly responsible for the turning of the battle are now In France in sufficient numbers to change the aspect of the war. There is little offensive likelihood that another will be undertaken by the Germans soon; and meanwhile the American forces in France are growing at the rate of 300,000 a month. The time can not bo far distant when our superiority will be such that the German Generals must abandon all hope of taking the offensive again. Probably the second battle of the Marne marks the high tide of The utter colGerman strength. lapse of Russia last year freed ImThe lamented George T. Angoll, mense armies for use on the western front. The hope of Germany founder of Our Dumb Animals 'and was to crush the Allies in the west one of the world's foremost humani could arrive in tarians, would never consent to nor beforo America force. It must be admitted that urge forgetfulness of America's the plan came near enough to ' past history. History must stand realization to cause grave anxiety in as made, whether It be that of the camp of the Allies. But the Great Britain, France or the United wort danger appears now to be States'. Camouflage will not alter over. The war Is entering upon a the truth. What England does tonew phase. Perhaps R is the final day may somewhat atone lor the phase; but it would be unwise to past, but will not change the hlatory oouat upon an early victory. Ger-- of either country. Tha founders of pocket-shape! Disclosures of fraud and gross profiteering In army contracts need These not surprise the country. things, says the True Voice, were to be expected in spite of every precaution that could be taken by In every war the Government. there have been those who would not scruple to take advantage of the nation for their own profit. were exGraft and profiteering tensive in the civil war, and in the war with Spain the "beef scandal was a subject for Congressional investigation. and The grafters profiteers of today are simply following in the footsteps of other "patrloteers" in other times of national danger. That, however, does not excuse or palliate their offense, which is most serious, inasmuch as It inflicts unnecessary hardships on the boys who are fighting for their country. There should be no leniency shown to those who have been detected in Their punthe despicable crime. ishment should be such as will serve as a deterrent for those who would Imitate their unholy practices. And a close watch should be kept on army contracts of all kinds. Tho temptation to dishonesty Is great, and the business methods in vogue in some circles in times of peace give no guarantee of honesty when dealing with the Government. We are glad to learn that officials at Washington 'have at last determined to get rid of the men who volunteered their son-ice-s for a dollar a year. No doubt most of them were moved by a patriotic Impulse to aid the Government. But it was a dangerous thing to have men In Government service paid by large corporations and not by the Government Itself. If their services they were were worth anything worth paying for. Then there should be vigilant care exercised in letting contracts. . In the first months of the war haste was tho most important thing in providing for the men called' to the colors. Dut wo have now got to tho stage where honesty in fulfilling contracts Let fs just as Important as speed. there be no mercy for the grafters, and no more contracts lor those who have been found unworthy of trust. Such men are as dangerous as spies among us. Charles O'Brien, of Jeffersonville, had as a welcome guest for the past week his brother, William O'Brleu, of Evansvllle. Sojourning Baden at West Springs for the week were Messrs. Henry Michael, the well known shoo dealer, and James P. McKenna. Miss Agnes Gohmann, of New Albany, Is spending a few weeks at St. Mary's Academy at Terre Haute, where she was a former stu- I I EVENTS. picnic August for dent. Annual Holy Trinity church. St. Matthews. Condon Mrs. August 7 and 8 St. Columba'3 piaster Richard L. Wathen and son. Condon, Richard church lawn fete, afternoon and left Sunday to spend the remainder Thirty-fift- h evening, on grounds at of the summer at White Sulphur and Market. Springs, W. Va. August 8 Annual outing for members of Knights of Columbus Mrs. Thomas Brady and little son, of Indianapolis, are guests of Mrs. and families at Fern Grove. August 28' Good Shepherd day Brady'3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Alderson, at their homo on the at Fontaine Ferry Park. August 28 Annual picnic of St. Bardstown road. Leo's church, Highland Park, at Mrs. William Doherty and two Highland Thornsberry's Grove, children are in New Albany from Park. San Antonio, Texas, to visit Mrs. Wallace Gwln, Miss Edith Doherty ODoccKogXHxycaJCBXpo'cjessaxi and other relatives. Mrs. Dora Mllllgan and Miss Alleen Mllllgan, of Sherwood avenue, were last week guests of Mrs. Moore Howard and Mrs. William Miss Annie McGlll will leave soon Brennan, of Chesterfield Court. to spend two weeks In the East. James Thompson, who is in trainMisses Mamie and Katie McGlll, ing with the Marines at Paris ' of the Highlands, are spending ten sland, is again in camp after a pleasant visit with his parents, Mr. days in Martinsville. and Mrs. James B. Thompson, at Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Menne Anchorage. Yesterday morning at 7:30 at Sacred Heart church, Seventeenth and Broadway, Rev. Patrick Walsh, the pastor, cele-- I brated a high mass for the men of that parish who are offering their lives in the service of their country. . The church was well filled 5 5 and many parents offered their com- -' munlon for tho boys now in the army and navy. This mass will 5 continue during the war. The 3 Sacred Heart congregation lias sent 121 of its young men to the front, and In their honor a large and Dome Phone Carab. Phone West 0203 8O0 flag, beautiful regulation service containing 121 stars, will ibe solemnly blessed and unfurled at the nigh mass at 9:30 o'clock. Fathe) Walsh will 'be assisted by a number of priest chaplains from Camp Taylor, and Rev. Father Mercla will preach the sermon. Prof. Patrick O'Sullivan will direct the musical programme, which will conclude with the "Star Spangeld Banner." FIRST CLASS SERVICE. Father Walsh has taken a patriotic Interest in tho welfare of his soldier boys and there .will doubtless be a 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. large gathering to witness the services, many of whom will be soldiers. Phone City 3104 Cumb. South 2403a ICE CREAM WORKS . i TO 19 SOUTH e SECOND STREET Shft-u;no- Park and Restaurant nM. J. jBfcAXY & BRUBN'S PRACTICAL PLUMBERS 1130 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. SERVICE FLAG BLESSED. church, Brook street, took place Sunday evening and was an ImpresMembers of the sive ceremony. congregation and relatives and friends of the soldier boys assembled on the grounds adjoining the church, where seats had been arranged for the audience and a covered stage for tho speakers. Thomas Garvey presided as Chairman and were the Rev. on tho platform Fathers Fitzgerald, Willett, Martin and others, also the speakers, Chaplain Vincent O'Brien, Grand Knight Thomas D. dines and Attorney Following "My Thomas Walsh. Country, 'Tis of Thee," sang by St. Michael's choir, the Concordia Singing Society and the audienco, Rev. Martin O'Connor, the pastor, read the names of those in the service and blessed the flag bearing forty-nin- e stars. The first speaker was the Rev. Chaplain Vincent O'Brien, from Camp Zachary Taylor, who assured his hearers that their 'boys were better cared for, both morally and physically, than ever before. Uncle Sam, he said, lhad the blessing of God, and with the lesson Inculcated and tender care bestowed those ,the stars represent will have clean hearts and bodies and will with come back hotter men and more love lor mothors. 'wives, sis ters and sweethearts. Dwelling on the chaplain's faculties and the soldier's duty, he quoted Gov. Glynn and declared the motive of our country ideal justice and honor. Next on the programme was a spetoy tho Concordia. cial number Thomas D. Cllnes, speaking for the Knights of Columbus and their work, struck a responsive chord days when he told ot his boyhood In St. Michael's and recounted happenings that wore best remembered by the older members of tho congregation. Ho then gave a detailed account of the work of tho Knights of Columbus at the army camps here and In Franco. In our camp there are now four K. of C. chaplains and eighteen Secretaries, and last Sunday there were twenty-tw- o masses with from 300 to 900 men at each, making an impression and example that stand out for all others. There aro now five K. of C. buildings at Camp Taylor, one with three Secretaries for colored soldiers, and at all a cordial welcome awaited visitors. In concluding he had words of praise lor the Red Cross and the Y. M. C. A., who have toffered their tents and buildings lor Catholic religious services. The blessing and dedication of the service flag of St. Michael's SONS, S0G1ETV. FONTAINE FERRY HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE First and third Fridays, Hibernian Paulsen and His Players President John M. Riley. Vice President Walter Murphy. Cafeteria Restaurant Secretary John Financial J. Klddyland Merry Garden Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. Swimming Pool Martin. Dancing Hall Other Attractions Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. and Mrs. W. J. J. Preuss and children have returned to their Miss Mary Ryan, ot Jefferson- home, 3017 West Chestnut street, In the ville, has returned from a visit with after spending a month Highlands with Mrs. Preuss' sister, friends at Newport, Ky. Mrs. W. J. Bartlett. to John Conroy has returned Having a delightful visit in New Frankfort, after a visit to his sister, York City the past week were Mrs. Mrs. I,. McCloy, in Clifton. J. F. Neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Mary Cox and Miss Mar- Latta, W. A. Grady and John E. garet Kennedy, of Portland, spent Kennedy, of this city, and G. Medloy, of Owensboro. the week end in Bardstown. returned Col. Frank McGrath Miss Louise Mahoney, of Oxford, Miss., who visited Miss Marguerite Tuesday from Atlantic City, where he and his family aro spending the McLean, has returned home. summer. Col. McGrath will return Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Wickham have Bast alter the primary election afwhere fairs are settled here. returned from Bloomfield, they visited Mrs. Julia Dalton. A letter received the first of the from Louis J. O'Brien, of this city, was week regards Harry T. Colgan, sendto his Doulsville among the Saturday arrivals at the ing friends, says he has been for some Waldorf-Astori- a in New York. and time in the Sunny South, Miss Mary Belle Boono has re- though it "sure is some hot" ho is located turned from a visit to her aunt, well and pleasantly Columbia, at the S. C. Mrs. Fannie Rapier, at New 'Haven. Jefferson Hotel at some time in Chicago, Mr. and family left Sunday to spend s Mrs. Thomas Boone had as her guest tho past week her mother, Mrs. Mary Haven. Ann Bowling, (Misses Florence M. Bell and Id Barnes arrived home Thursday. after a month's stay at Bay View, of New, Mich. Miss Mary Stone has returned from Jeffersonville, where she was for a week the guest of Mrs. J. H. McManus. Mrs. William J. Mahoney left last week for Oxford, Miss., after a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. G. McLean, Mrs. Mary Glenn announces the daughter. Miss of her Joseph Marie Glenn, to Sergeant Stone Davis, 33Gth Infantry, N. A. The wedding took place in the Knights of Columbus building at Camp Sherman, Ohio, the Rev. Father F. C. Grusenmeyer officiating. The attendants were Lieut. Mrs. Sylvester Straessley and Straessley. Mrs. Davis will remain In Chlllicothe until Sergt. Davis receives orders for foreign service. tarriace ' AWAITING APPOINTMENT. Crescent Hill. awaiting a .reply from the War Department regarding hie application Mrs. J. E. Hendricks and daugh- - for a chaplaincy in the army,'. Rev, Frank J. Martin is stationed at St. Patrick's church while he Is thusiasm. Our soldiers were citi- Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. zens ot the greatest republic in existence, which they will transmit to President John J. Barry. and Vice President Mark J. Ryan. their successors untarnished people will Recording Secretary Tho undiminished. Lawrence stand by our flag till tyranny is D. Meany. Financial Rfirntflrv Thnmna T. suppressed and the democracy of the world established forever. Mill- Langan, 734 West Oak street. ions were offering their lives on tho Treasurer jonn i Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard altar of their country for tho and the achievement of freedom Sentinel M. J.' McDermott. elevation of mankind, and It was a satisfaction to say so many were Catholics, whose religion will make them ideal and bravo soldiers who He hoped love God and country. TO they will all return, but if they die for country their salvation is as- AUTOMOBILE OWNERS sured. Singing "The Star Spangled Danner" brought the exercises to Save fifty gallons of casollno for a close. the sum of One Dollar. Carbonvold will increase your MOONEY GIVEN CHANCE. mlleago 25 per cent., remove and prevent carbon and not Injure the Gov. William D. Stephens, of motor. Sold under a positive guarCalifornia, announced Sunday he antee to do all that is claimed for had decided to grant a reprieve to it. Can you afford to drive your car Thomas J. Mooney, which will operate as a stay of execution until without Carbonvold? December 13, 1918. Tho Governor KENTUCKY K0ALINE K0MPANY announced that he took this action Distributors in Kentucky, at this time that all persons In the 801 Louisville Trust Building, throughout the country State and might be assured the fullest con- Telephone, City 4405. sideration will be given the case by the executive and judicial Home Phone 2550 branches of the govorriment of California. The Mooney case has Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. been In the State courts for more than two years, and Gov. Stephens' action Is In line with the expressed wish of President Wilson and leading men in all parts of the United 1 STARKS BUILDING. States. "Old Kentucky Home" iwas sang with spirit, after which Attorney Thomas Walsh delivered a stirring intersporseu and patriotic address with sayings that aroused great en- Martin Sheo-ha- n. Sentinel Thomas Noone. DIVISION 4. Mul-doo- n. SPECIAL DENTI5T 900-90- ?t9i fs it. bhTA St - ti rY jtssK-x-tJOBrs- ' ieish furlough. . A.aj3e3iOAJV. INTENTION RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers o! the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. a3K FOR GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACARONI ATiT. CONDEMNS BIGOTRY. STRIKE UP THE BAND. "Strike Up the Band, Here Comes a Sailor," was a popular ditty In Limerick this week because of the visit Hanrahan, the sailor boy, who was home on a TAKES UP DUTY IN TEXAS. FOR AUGUST. JIAOHINE DRIED GROCERS. NOODLES SPAGHETTI Go and 10c Packages Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. 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Phone Shawnee 559-LOUISVILLE, KY. L. CONTRACTING Both Phonos POULTRY FOOD AND. SUPPLTES Free Advice on Poultry and Pet Diseases 210 WEST MARKET STREET Quick Delivery Both Phonos 2406 HALLBR'S PET SHOP BEUTLINGEB & 0 0. Adolpb Routllngor FIRE INSURANCE) TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRQ STREET ENGRAVERS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'B'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 Phono City 6692 H. Flatoff, Prest. I. Bush, SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS protest against The following bigotry Is taken from the Jewish Chronicle: "The Jew, both as Jew and as citizen, Is keenly interested and affected by the grave controversy As a citizen he is now raging. profoundly anxious for the military strength of these islands at the present critical juncture, and for the preservation of internal harmony dn the Empire; and as such he must hope that a way will be found out of a controversy which threatens Injury to both. As a Jew he can not but support the Irish people in all its legitimate struggles and for national sympathize with a race whoso record of persecution and cruelty and wrong is second only to that of We look with Intense its own. luisplvlngs upon any obtrusion of religious prejudice into the political life of a nation. We believe such a thing might well bo deeply injurious to the national Interest at this time of national struggle, and we are convinced that a 'No Popery' campaign would be cruelly unjust and a sin against the light of mod ern ideals and progress. "Any citizen and one being In spiritual charge not less, but perhaps more ought to be able to take a definite political line with out incurring the risk of the re vival of religious antipathies. However profoundly we might differ from the views of the. Irish priesthood upon the question of conscription, we do not condemn them if In the exercise of their powers they did what thely conceived as their duty as leaders of their flocks. If a church is a living thing, how can its ministers cut themselves adrift from a great living issue? Upon this point and the danger of raising religious controversies at this time of national stress and peril we are In hearty agreement with the most able of Catholics, Sir 'Mark Sykes, whose hroad and statesman like views stand out In splendid contrast to those which would arouse sentiments of religious hat red and discord in the nation. The times are in very sooth difficult and trying. Do not, In heaven's name, let us aggravate the situation by harking back to the toad old traditions of religious bigotry. The war will leave many national wounds behind; but among them let us hope there will bo no scar caused by a revival of Intolerance." anti-Cathol- ic self-asserti- on The Rev. Aloyslus Shlel, O. P., of St. Louis Dertrand's church, Is now in Houston, Texas, where he has taken pastoral chargo in tho place of a priest who Is ill. He Is not expected to return for several weeks. CHAPTER ELECTS COUNCIL. The Franciscan Chapter, which has just held its annual meeting in Cincinnati, the Very Itev. Rudolph Bonner, O. F. M., as Provincial, after which the following were chosen as membors of his council: Father Flavian Larbes, Father Leonard Nurre, Father Bode Oldegeerlng, "Father Maurice Father Hugo Staud. AH are well known in Louisville. Rlp-perge- r, PROVIDE RIG BROTHER. Tho Knights of Columbus of Chicago held a rally Wednesday evening in the Interest of arranging a plan whereby a "big brother" will bo provided for the family of every Knight of Columbus In military service. The meeting was called by the War Welfare Committee of the Chicago Chapter. State officers and degree and officers of the fourth representatives of the clergy were present. TAKES PLACE MONDAY'. The euchre and lottb to have the officers and district collectors of St. Patrick's Altar Society will take place Monday night on the school grounds at Sixteenth and Market. Games will oe called at 8 o'clock and a pleasant time is promised all who come. A fine cedar chest and a pair of pilbeautifully lowslips will be disposed of and eagerly sought after. been given by RELIGION Who d AND SOLDIERS. d, Louisville, Ky. 335 W. Maui St., ' Home Phono City 5674 nONORS TO FRANCE. A call to the American people to celebrate September 6 as Lafay ette day and as ihe anniversary of the battle of the Marne, has been Issued In New York by the LaPLATOPP & BUSH fayette CM Ready for Your GrM to tha IncludingDay National Committee, Incorporated Roosevelt, Theodore Morning" CONTRACTORS AND GENERAL Henry Van Dyke and Charles W. BUILDERS Elliot. "We are not unmindful," HAHB, LARD, SAUSAOB Special Attention To Repair Work the statement reads In part, "that PROVISION CO. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished when we honor Lafayette upon his (Incorporated.) anniversary we also shall bo giving OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. the expression to the Internal reTHE SIGN OF QUALITY gard of our sister republic, our ally Home Phone City 6085 of old and of today, which exists Hlghl'd 741J among all elements of our people P. FREDERICKS East 180 and shall be celebrating with 'her Dealer In KENTUCKY the anniversary of tho day on LAUNDRY at the Marne the tide of METAJL, RAGS. which turned to victory for free IRON, SCRAP CO. battle OLD BOTXLBS, ETC. dom and right." Municipalities and Incorporated patriotic societies are urged to Paper Stock A Specialty 2 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET hold suitable exercises on SeptemUnderbill St. ber G as has been done on this date Bet. Market and, Jefferson Geo. Dearborn in during the last three years KY. LOUISVILL-Manager many American cities. Sec-Trea- "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON s. 014-02- 214-21- NEW BISHOP AT VATICAN. DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors Cumb. Main j.H"I--l"I'H"'r","Hl-44'fr-''W'fr-H- & McELLIOlT and Emhaimers Home City 2098 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 27. For the first the 'beginning of the war an American Bishop was presented In the Vatican on the name day of the Pope in order that he might convey personally his felicitations to the 'Pontiff. This was Monslgnor time since Rome, July i BOTH rEC03?CBJS. 2998-- a - WmtWVWViWWWtWWWWMWWWWWWtMW OOaiE PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y J J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS ltWWMWWWWWWUWWUWVWWWlVWVWWWW Pone Benedict singled him out among the many who were gath ered there, saying he was a junior member of the episcopacy of tho Catholic church, hut that ho represented one of the most loyal, generous and pious countries In the Christian world. The Pope, thanking 'him for his greetings, intrusted him to convey the Apostolic benediction to his faithful in America, where he is soon going to. assume his high ministry. OVER Nicholas, newly appointed Bishop of Duluth, who has been for some time In Rome as Assistant Vicar General of the Dominicans. look a heef-fescrapper squarely In tho eye and call hlmfca sinner? Or a Only an Inormiserable sinner? dinately brazen Pharisee, or a genIn his tleman rather premature charity for the beneficiaries of his life Insurance and accident policies. Vet there was a time when "Fighting" Fred Funston had to remind certain zealots that If soldiers were sinners they were no worse sinners than civilians, and the hint was wisely accepted that they might resent any uninvited attempt to turn them into saints. Which does not Imply that soldiers are Impassive to religious appeal. They are, in the aggregate, practically religious than more civilians. Visit any 'big cantonment when a field mas3 is being celebrated or when other impressive religious ceremonies are being conducted, and the attendance of the fighting men will compare more than 'favorably with the attendance In city churches, when the number of men In camp and tho number of civilians in a parish are considered. The American soldier considers his religion a private and personal affair. Face to face with the most serious thing in life, he indulges being Introspection without In average Tho hounded Into It. healthy doughboy searches his soul moro often than his Tobust, carefree appearance might lead one to suspect, and it is a safe gamble, will which most army chaplains take, that the men charging over the trench are just as ready to cross tha great divide and face their Creator as other citizens who are warned six months in advance of the date when they may expect to make the excursion for which no round-tri- p tickets are ever Issued. The importance the governments of the various belligerent nations attach to religious influIs ence over their fighting men amply evidenced by the generous assignment of chaplains to tho could khakl-cla- Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twenty-slxtSt. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 v SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEABY A O. Loans to those having regular inHeadquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPHBTE, on their personal security. See us about anything 1b aXW estate. We sell, buy and rent F. R. POOLEY, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, SILENT SERMON. Borne Phono City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. "A good story comes from Camp Lee," says the North Dakota Sheaf. T. B. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Phono City 2771 "A 'rookie,' at the end of his first 0. T. THOMAS & CO. day In the cantonment, knelt down INCORPORATED at his bunk to say his prayers be fore turning In. The act was 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. 630 WEST JEFFERSON STRESS greeted with laughter and jeers from his thoughtless comrades in Louisville, Ky. Both Phones 4202 the long barracks. At that moment a young officer in the course of his J. G. PULLIAM "SOUTHERN STAR" duties stepped In at tho door. MOVING AND PACKINa SLICED BACON scene at a glance he Taking in the advanced to the proper position "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Motor Truck Express near the kneeling boy and stood Morning" PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY rigidly and reverently 'at salute' HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE until the prayer was ended. Then 231 West Green Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (In tho nulet that had fallen) he Home Phone City 9130 Incorporated delivered his orders and walked out without a further ward. It Home City 2803 act. was a fine, soldierly The REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY moral courage of a subordinate was recognized and likewise that unseen FRED HORNUNG.JR. . Presence was acknowledged, before and the whom the cub recruit FLUMBING AND GAS FITTING trained officer alike owed worship 712 West Jefferson Street reverence. We doubt that the and Louisville, Ky. chaplain had that day preached a The, moke Op The, Hour. more timely or telling sermon." h al His Holiness Pope Benedict XV. has recommended "The Conversion of Japan" to the Apostleshlp of Prayer as the general intention for the month of August. Catholics are familiar with the wonderful success that attended tho preaching of St. Francis Xavier and his fellow missionaries in Japan during the second half of tho sixteenth century. Before 1600 there were 300,000 Christians. So firmly was the faith Implanted In their hearts that after 250 years of persecution there were still 50,000 descendants of the martyrs adhering to .the Christian faith. Ten years ago there were C2.00Q Catholics in a population of 50,000,000. The number is so small that tho whole country offers an unlimited field for missionary activity. There is a great dearth of priests. Formerly they came from the Society of Foreign Missions. Tho war has not only stopped the supply, but has called the most away to the battlefields of Europe. Another pressing demand is that for good catechlsts. In regard to Catholic education, there are two urgent need3, the need of Catholic dormitories for students and the need of normal schools for Catholic teachers. In recent years a Catholic University of Japan has been established and the outlook for Catholic education Misis hopeful and encouraging. are sionaries report that there plenty of earnest seekers after the truth, but the Bread of Life can not be broken to them without aid from othor countries. Let us pray fervently that such aid may be soon forthcoming in the shape of missionaries and of money. able-bodied RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. LOUISVILL, INCORTOBATBD IT LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. FX0-7ZSSV- NTUCKY I NATIONAL HATTERS PXSP&EB JSJCSOOXM incorporated. TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. was organized by n 325 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. MtUtm to make Suits Pressed While You Wait. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phono City 1931 on furniture and other personal Ydu Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and eriy at LOWEST BATHS. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bid?., and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, B., E. Cor. Third and ' Attention and Quality." Both Phones, 2888. well-knew- Jarao. Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS 803 SAM Ii. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR for REAL ESTATE S08-G1- ijOTms DEAD ANIMALS "JBREVA" , WELC03IE FOR PRIEST. FKANK A. OHLMANN church, where Father Cleary was formerly stationed, and during SOUTH SAVINGS LOUISVILLE his stay he was warmly greeted by AND DEPOSIT BANK tho members of that parish. Fourth nnd Central Avenue .MAILING YOURSELF MONEY. Cent. Paid on Savings Three Every time you stick a Thrift or Deposits. Per General Banking BusiA War Savings stamp on your card ness Transacted. you are mailing money to yourself to bo received later with Interest. Cashing In those stamps is going to Home Phone City 2845 money be bettor than "getting from home," for with the money BATH'S CAFE comes the reminder that you con great victory which tributed to the AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor then will have been completely won. 421 East Jefferson Street BISnOP FALLON. PAID CASH PRICES Rev. Father V. G. Cleary, the HIGHEST 000 East Franklin Street at Dominican missionary located City 721; Phono Call Home Minneapolis, returned to that town Cumb. Phone Main 721. GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS this week after a visit to the Do's minican fathers of St. Louis LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Cumb. Main 9G7-- A Ber-trand- Phone City 4131 BERNARD FENZ FOR YOUR GROCERIES THING THE MARKET Promptness and Satisfaction 441 East St. CaUierino EVERYAFFORDS J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Homo Phone Parkway 350 Cumb. Phone South 2255-- Y ARTISTIC PRINTING WORK Right Rey. Michael F. Fallon, Phono City 2923; Residence 7108 Bishop of London, Canada, who has CnARLES BALLSLUER been appointed by the Canadian Government on a special war mis230 East Market Street sion, and who has been visiting FIRST CLASS Between Brook and Floyd Catholic Canadian troops in England and at the French front, has PT.mrmNO. oas fitting AND arrived at Rome on a brief visit. SEWERAGE, Job Work A Speclalty SERVICE. PRIESTS IN as army chaplain. Eleven more were granted permission last week by Bishop McDonnell to join the chaplain forces. LOAN OUR ALLIES. of the Brooklyn Nino priests diocese are already in the service Give This Office Your Next Ordeq 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 'jCSNi SmW THE TOP EASY. AND EMBALMERS. QQ Tftmsa-f- "IVTa-SSiTriaer t - John McCormack has more than fulfilled his promise to raise $50,000 for the K. of C. war fund, for in the Ave concerts given for the fund the receipts were over Every dollar of this goes $52,700. to the fund providing spiritual protection and mental' and physical recreation for America fighting forces. troops. No set of men doing service for the United States army get closer to the soldiers of their creed than the Knights of Columbus chaplains. are of The K. of C. chaplains the course Catholic priests, and regular army chaplains will bo the first to admit that the K. of C. ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. We Will EXCHANGE your old model for a NEW TYPE FAN. ir-- JF Sir GHIL.DERS ELEGTRIG GO. INCORPORATED 135 - 3 PHONES 333 WEST MAIN STREET ! GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ii AL. S. SMITH, PROP.I SAFE OVER. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eve, 213 New Albany, East Main street, have received from their son, Edward Joseph Eve, of Battery B, ' ii Funeral Director and Embalmer I Artillery, a card anovernouncing his safe arrival seas. Sixty-seven- th BOTtf PHONES 810. BOSTON'S SHOWING. I X SOUTHEAST CORNER H. BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. OlO Tlepfeose The number of Catholic young men of the archdiocese of Boston SIXTH AND ZANE STS. who have enlisted In or been drafted for service In the army or navy to" date Is 32,145, as reported to tho Chancellor to the National 'At Ncaf to You as the Nearest PfaaM" Catholic War Council. FUNERAL A A FLOWERS RATIONS AT VIENNA. Special Spray $3.01 Special Wreath $5.M FKHR 10SM. A.VB5IWIJB mCQD wrnll I W fi We telegraph Flowurs boO iburtfcMnuelautrtrlG? -- wt wowesi mop . HUUfllll Hk Everywhere PARISn PICNIC. The annual picnic of St. Joseph'3 426 parish takes place next Wednesday KY. LOUISVILLE. at 'Fontaine Ferry. The committees everybody bid A complete line of Furniture at and management priees that are always the lowest. welcome aid will have amusements SAtlsfaettofe guaranteed. for all. W.MARKET I The alarming state of the food situation is described in a dispatch: to tne Berlin Tageblatt from its Vienna correspondent, who eayB: "The dally rations per head ara nxed at approximately three ounces of bread and flour substitutes, one ounce of meat, less than a quarter ounco of fat, two and a half ounces of potatoes, of art ounco of jam and a quarter of an ounco of war coffee, making the total daily allowance seven and ounces." These rations may be suppleby recourse to secret chanmented nels and by the payment of exorbitant prices, the correspondent declares. For example, flour can be obtained by paying the equivalent of from $4.80 to $5 a pound, meat at from $5.75 to $7, and horse neh at $3.50 a pound. Meals at the middle class restaurant cost $3.50. three-quarters three-quart- er With another credit of $100,000,-00-0 to Italy and $9,000,000 more to Belgium, the credits advanced chaplains render a great and sub- by the United States to our allies stantial service to the men in the now total $6,380,000,000. camps and at the front, and as for DON'T DESERVE NAME. the men themselves one has only to visit the nearest cantonment to homes There aro many witness how thoroughly they utilize that do not deserve the mamo at these chaplains. Approximately 35 per cent, of all. Home means comfort, but fixed the men In tho American army are when we have It OTlllflt up so elab- sit In the Catholics, and they are often so nr.iplv hat Wft genu distributed that, despite tho ut- garret or the back yard to most fairness in the allotment of inely enjoy ourselves, men it is mu chaplaincies in proportion to creedal time wo mado a change and turned articles and representation in the ranks, large out tho numbers of Catholic soldiers find substitute for them real liomoly enjoy every themselves In regiments to which a things that we couldevery moment chaplain Is attached. day of tho year and They must then rely upon tho K. of the day. of C. chaplain to attend to their FOR WOMAN'S EYE. religious welfare. Again tho Catholic faith is peculiar in its requirePlaids are to he very much In ments for sufficient practice on the part Of its adherents which neces- evidence for fall "war. sitates a close personal contact beThe combination of dark bluo and tween the priest and the layman, white Is not new, hut It has gained and IP is easy to understand that a renewed Interest this summer. when a Catholic army chaplain flnds from France that himself located where he has to so Word ascomes Is concerned much minister to thousands of men the silk far be she will shown for next winter. are chances for personal contact Fringe, fringe, fringe, we see it quite remote. Here the CK. of C. everywhere. It Is still a good chaplain solves the problem. That he solves It well Is being trimming. Pockets are another trimming demonstrated in every camp where these chaplain's are located, and feature that remain in good style there is hardly a camp in the coun- in splto of the fact that they are try where they are not. At the no novelty. front three K. of C. chaplains have Real or seeming pockets, faced or already been mentioned In dis- lined with white or colored satin, conspicuous bravery un- are used smartly on some of the patches for der fire. new models of navy bluo serge. Whenever a regiment is under orIn As we have a preceding this country, qultobig Bilk supplywill ders to embark the day probably we one for the departure is a heavy follow the religious work. The men throng many frockslead of Paris and wear fall the K. of iC. building from morning and winter. of this fabric this until night, making their The prettiest of the new waistsions. There Is always a midnight sleeveless bodices mass for the boys, who by the hun- coats or little street dreds deprive themselves of much that are so much worn n "withfashion, aeeded sleop to attend. They re- suits are made in slip-oceive holy communion and go back with no front closing. Beaded hags are having a longer out again o barracks to march after a two or three hours' nap, life of popularity than would have shouldering their rifles and Binging been the case If beads had not adsosgs as they take the route to the vanced so greatly in price as to port of departure to No Plan's Land. make beaded bags a real luxury. " non-Cathol- lo . 8.50 xaes urea us ui Thermold PI. CI. with name and serial number at. 8.95 Thermold Ws. CL . 10.95 tached, PI. CI. Thermold 18.25 We solicit a call to lsipeot our took Thermold PI. Ss. 12.96 at BOia Biure. Thermold Ns. Ss. Main Offlco Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, cityp7l?iNES 460 S. riPTK ST. Main 1039 Retail Branch Incorporated 30x3 30x3 30x3 32x3 32x3 66S S. THXBD ST. FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK.(ta.t..A t, .... a..- "; V hi Giv your boys on education that prepare tbem for Ufa. wtU :' .. 3. ; fr fr fl it' l 'I' ! 't t !' $ ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. Broadway, XoulavUle, JCy. rvinrtiietKl hv the Xavcrlan Brother. BuslneBi and Bclentino Classical, Courses, Preparatory.. Department, Large Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymna sium. Terms raouetuw. Bra. Benjamin, Sir. East. 903 SMOKE TARPY'S I Lady Dash 10c Little A, J. 5c Best Cigars PHONES High. 375 JOHN M. SCHMITT 2228 Bardstown Road Blacksmith and Wagon Builder Rubber Tiring. McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn Mowers and Rakes. A full line of repairs. Madej rufciiNTK: Bardstown Road Garage. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. mtetrewkz Md Ahwrntl Nlk ScttftlfkiKy - &o CORNS.BUNIONS Dr. Crner Feurth Mi Jefferr Every now and again there is talk of the practicability of making certain clothes In only a small number of colors. The talk seldom materializes Into any tangible plan. But sometimes we wish It would. Him. 2"W"'"i"il Uriah Chiropodist 507 Starka Z. TrM Litsiy Bath Pfesi: jecHasr'TCfO-Erv- ' ty-j- c iXJMTCRYOAre S !.,, flEKMAN STRAUS rounm avenuc evcaMMirro . "X fcUKS IS MARKET STWBT HIBERNIANS. 1 We Qlve and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps 9 : Ml What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. See Jim JUcTlghe and give hlnij age. The theater bill for next week will be pleasantly varied and one of the beat of the season, and elsewhere each number would be a headMner. TWIN JBy mm w mmm ! 5 5 wfTf?t7wWt(jTwfttwtPtW CIT5T LBAGUi:. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Shoes For The Kiddies CONFIRMATION - Nx twice John McNanieo, elected Mayor of Cambridge, Mass., is an active member of the Ancipnt Order. Barney Muldoon, of Division 4, now stationed at Camp Taylor, finds time to get in and mingle with the members. Brown, Black or Patent, The Ladies' Auxiliary Ited Cross Button or Lace. growing is unit at (Minneapolis larger NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT splendidevery week and is doing arrived safely In France and are work , HELPING AVOUTIir SISTERS. stationed along tho American front The Ladles' Auxiliary of IndianIn Flandert. meeting held on Friday Red Cross apolis has a At a Tho of Louisville building, evening of last week an organiza- Council annual outing Thursday shop in tho Occidental takes place at where exxcellent work is bping tion was formed for the purpose of Fern Grove. Boat leaves First street nelping tho Sisters of Good done. 8 30 in the morning. Eighth and Oladlson streets, at Division 7 of Syracuse will reWisconsin Knights have decided ceive holy communion In a body at at which place these good women to have but one retreat this year, 417-41- 9 church tomorrow nave conducted a home for colored to open at Lake Beulah on August 'Patrick's St. FOURTH AVE., LOUISVILLE. morning and then automobile to children, girls and women, who are 31 and continue three days South Bay, where they will spend placed there by their parents and Forty of the 250 members of the by the courts. There are at present tho day. 172 Inmates in this Institution, sixty council at Kaukauna, Wis., are in Mrs. R. A. 'Bryant, of Minneapthe irmy and navy. This council 4x olis, County President of the La- of whom are from eight to fourteen contributed J2.300 to the war fund. rears, sixty frdm fourteen to twenty-dles' Auxiliary, has given her only one Bishop Patrick J. Haye3 will sail years, and fifty-tw- o from son to the defense of our country, after forty to sixty years of age. The for France immediately visit tho TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS who is now tiainlng at Jefferson victory convention and the Executive Committee Is as follows: various chaplains with Darracks. the American Bosler, Chairman; Will- forces. Wisconsin Hibernians aio In Edward J. W. A. Milwaukee Knights have opened gloom over the death on a trans- iam O. Hume, Secretary; William Relsert, Treasurer; J. port going from England to Franco Klapheke, Frank A. Oeher, Judge their club house to soldiers and of Joseph P. Callan, one of the B. J. Doldrlck, John A. Doyle., J. sailors who may visit that city. When you buy Furniture you should foromost members of the order in B. Ohllgsjhlager, J. L. Rlehm, They will also provide refreshments at cost. buy the kind that is net made to give that State. E. J. McDermott, Gov. Lieut. Camp Sherman has been selected The Ladles' Auxiliary of St. Paul Thomas A. Bohan, William Mooser, away with trading stamps or cheap, inaugurated its series of entertain- George H. Wrocklage. W. T. Adams, for the first tialnlng school for sec NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES ments planned for the soldier boys 6eb. O. Hubbuch, M. J. Duffy, retaries and already a numbor of trashy premiums. We do not handle men with a dancing party and refresh- James B. Kelly, William F. Mayer. will have been enrolled. The course trading stamps, but good Furniture, Carcover about a month. FOR GIRLS' WEAR. ments for sixty from the Overland This home has been conducted by pets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. Aviation School. the Sisters for seventy-fiv- e yeais, WILL DEDICATE FLAG. ? Report has it that Jerome Con September 8 being the anniversary nor has been entrusted with the day. The building Requires some On Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, design for tho monument for the repairs and the inmates need cloth- before the late mass, a service flag "Nuns or the Battlefield" to be ing, shoes, bed clothing and other will be dedfeated to the boys of 415-41- 7 erected under the auspices of the aecesslties. This Is the first public St. Mary's church who are now EAST MARKET STREET. Ladles' Auxiliary. call niado by these good Sisters for serving In the army and navy. AnyA committee will call one having relatives belonging to The resolution of the National assistance. Hoard of Directors in regard to on citizens shortly, and they sin this congregation whoso names freedom for Ireland pretty nCarly cerely trust all will gladly assist in have not been received will please AND MAIN. loduplicated tha language of the SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD this most worthy cause of charity, notify the pastor so that they may as this Is the only means of assist be placed among' the others. cal County Board resolutions. All si Savings Club. One dollar's Hundreds are joining: our War The courts mombers of the congregation are The County Board of the Ladles' ance they receive. worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings Auxiliary of St. Paul entertalne! make no provision for them. earnestly requested to bo present the county degree team with a at this service. deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1,000 members. PAT SHEA OVER THERE. trip to Wlldwood and a banquet at (; Hibernian Hall. Ellen Conroy, ANNUAL COUNTRY PICNIC. Patrick E. Shea, former turnkey County President, was presented a 'at the jail and now a member of beautiful silver rosary. Next Tuesday the annual country A large service flag In honor of Uncle Sam's naval forced In Europe, picnic and outing for city people writes a breezy letter to the Ken- will be given by Rev. Father Bohl-se- n the relatives of members of th tucky Irish American from some-2 2 Lbs. For 65c and tho people of Holy Trinitv Ladles' Auxiliary of Sacramento wa ceremon where over the seas, and the fol church on the grounds at St. Matblessed a. cerriB zkowh ro its ram cup ies. The wltn appropriatemembership lowing are extracts: isQUALITY. thews, all day and evening. Recommittee on "We had a creat Fourth of Julv freshments and music will be pro leports steady progress and the Wt over here there was baseball, run- vided and a warm festal supper, vision Is In a flourishing condition ning races and all kinds of sports. with roast veal, pig and all fresh nave traveled tnrougn Ireland and fruits and vegetables, will be served XT HUMMER FESTIVAL. Importer and Roaater of High' Grade Coffee, Sold England and have had a bloody. by the ladles of the congregation. Direct to Consumer. blooming jtime, don't you know, old Numerous attractions will pjease St. Columba's parish, of which 313 W. VAMTTO ST. SeUXSVXUHB, XT. Maloney Is the active chap. How is everybody In Lim- and glvo life to the. occasion and a Rev. James Return this advertisement with remittance and we and zealous J. Inspeslal and profitable feature ,wlll pastor, Its an erick? Could write you lots of will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. nual lawn fete and will hold festival teresting nows If it wasn't for the be the disposal of a Liberty bond. k. x. A. summer , Did the talent have much Tho person holding the lucky ad on the church grounds, Thirty- - censor. fifth and Market, next Wednesday luck with the spring races, I mean mission ticket will receive $10 In and Thursday afternoon and even the $2 talent. We will sure whip gold. The lnterurban and Crescent ing. Tho ladles have made great the Kaiser before We come back, Hill lines will run extra cars con- HOLLENBACH'S WINE HOUSE THE PHIL. HOLL2HBAOH OO are efiorts to make the fete attractive that Is If we you lucky enough to veying passengers to the grounds. know what Sher Karl A. Hbllenbach, Prop. INCORPORATSD to tho people of the parish aiid the come back, as man EILERS RYAN. hosts of friends In other parts of you said about the war. I guess Importer and Dealer In Distillers Of are getting ready for the camthe city, to whom they extend a paign. Wish I was there to help WINES Banns will be announced tomor AND LIQUORS OLD PORTUNA BOUIt MASH cordial Invitation. There will be a to Col row at Holy Cross church for Miss GIve regards bounteous hot dairy luncheon and Sherley. 144 South Third Street "HOIiLENBAOH" PURK RYH Mike Brenna Clara Louise Ellers and Joseph J Home Phone 1191 numerous attractions which will give Frank McGrath, SM W. Main Ht. Louisville, Ky. Capt. Mark Ryan, Hogan, Ryan, of Lexington, whose marall an opportunity to spend the Do wu riage Chawk and all the boys. will be solemnized with hburs in real enjoyment. Euchre and lotto will be played both days, ever hear from Sherley Cuniff, And nuptial mass on the morning of Is Merlin Hogan playing ball? August 20. Miss Ellers is the for which there have been secured LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. many very desirable awards. West charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Patrick E. Shea, SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE, S. Naval Training Forces, H. E. Ellers, 3003 Greenwood ave- ji "U. street cars stop Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and Market to the grounds, at the en European Waters." Teaches nue, and socially has been a fahance Sherley Cuniff referred to in the vorite as a pianist and singer, she kindred subjects. above letter is over In . France, is now tho Secretary to Lieut. Col. CONFIDENCE IN PRESIDENT. Day and Night classes the year round. Our system is right; our while Merlin Hogan is with the Clay, of tho Quartermaster's Depot. prices aro right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. Tho 'groom Is publicity manager of Confidence In President Wilson's cavalry at Fort Riley. J. D. OREAGER, Prin. fairness in the Irish situation was the'K. of C. war activities at Camp CARDINAL 3IERCIER. Taylor. Before coming here he was expressed in a resolution adopted a resident of Lexington and for the Saturday by the National Directors of Belgium, past five years was night manager Cardinal Merclor, of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians, In session at Atlantic City The stands put as one of tho great of tho Phoenix Hotel. Their ro resolution, a copy of which Nwa3 heroic figures of the war and he mance started at K. of C. building 1 Where work Is quickly sent to the President, reads as fol- has no greater eulogist than the No. 3 when both took up the Sun the home la tTbere Amorlcan official, Brand Whltlock, day work and later appeared todone; brightest; lows: says: gether at the musical "We neeta greatest lest satisfied and have the who in a current magazine Where cooking the work la Where "Ultimate history, written at faith in your judgment. real fun; lightest; NONE PURER shall NONE BETTER Your assertion that that hour when mankind la Where baking gives de- 'small nations bo allowed the right have emerged out of the darkness Ufaere the meal GODSPEED. light; eooked best; or encourages and savagery of these times Into Fifty Knights of Columbus SecWhere drudge Is OHt of us. Your statesman's knowledge tho light of thoes better days that Where the range stands of Ireland's history and her na- must come if there is any meaning retaries, Including Johnny sight Evers, the test or order in the. universe, will cele- former National League hasehall That's the tional aspirations make us feel as- brate the astonishing coincidence player, where the where That's were bidden godspeed prior sured that the situation will be 'Quick Heal" "Qalek Meal" comes dealt with Justly at the final reckon- that, in the little nation which the to thoir early departure for France CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, la. power of all times In New York on Sunday by Marcel most ruthless ing at the end of the war." chose as the first and most tragic Kneoht, or the French High Com' Qaiek Meal Gas Itage Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended g of Its many victims, there was a mission. SHOWS SEVENTY-SEThe STARS. took man whose personality alone and place on the steps of the Public Cfc Sunday evening at St. Joseph's of Itself proved the superiority of Library in the presence of thou- Home City 1389 BOTH PHONES Cumh. Main 1389 MARKET ST. church, East Washington street, a moral over physical force." sands of persons. The Knights of Columbus will conduct a campaign large gathering assembled to witJ. Ml D8UBHERTY, Viet Pre. UNDERGOES OPERATION. E, H.HIEHAUS,Sec-TreaE. E. LAKNMG, PRES. at its convention next week to obness the dedication of a new and Main and A Sts. Pep and Pajrna beautiful Elevator irst FIftiMth and MagMUa tain 2,000 Secretaries to supplecontaining service flag, Judge Harry iRoblnson, of the ment tho work of the 1,000 already City 510 S.1058Y seventy-si-x starg in honor of the Ctty31G1 S. S6SY Hi2Mand 1462 young men of the parish now In Criminal Court, underwent an op- overseas, it was announced. at the service for their country. After the eration Tuesday morning performed by flag had been blessed and unfurled Norton Infirmary, FIRST CHAPLAIN RILLED. HARVEY-JELLIC- O the Rev. Charles H. Medcalf, of Drs, Bernard Asman and R. M. The United Press correspondent Urbana, 111., delivered a patriotic Jones. Though the operation was address that "was frequently Inter- not a serious one, it will be at with the American army In Lor (INCORPORATHD) INCORPORATED rupted by rounds of applause. Other least another week before tho Judge raine has cabled: "Chapladn Walter F. Dunkers, of Worcester, Mass., addresses wero made and national FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. friends have. "been making nqulry died Jiily 14 of wounds received airs sang by the audlense. dally'and rejoice over his Improved during the German bombardment DISTRIBUTORS OF THE KENTUCKY condition. which followed mass last Sunday. LOUISVILLE VISITS IN CANADA. He is the first American chaplain FIRST CONVENT. to be killed In France. Tho The Rev, Father William Gause-poh- l, 'doughboys' considered Dankers the tho venerable pastor of St. The first convent In "the United bravest and staunchest friend they Mary Magdalen's church, Brook All coal sold at Government prices. street, left last week oh his annual States was that of tho Ursullne had. He recently was decorated trip to Canada and visit to relatives. Sisters, established in New Orleans with the French war cross for Place your next order with us. Terms cash. carrying In wounded from No Man's During his absence the Rev. Daniel in 1727. Driscoll, secretary to Bishop OTDon- Land dulrng a heavy enemy THE WILL OF GOD, aghue, is in charge of the affairs Extra Pale Peerless Common of the parish. In the annals of Erin vthere ta WILL DEDICATE FLAG. Dae to the treat demaad we are bow BOTTLING COMMOJN no more striking characteristic of n FERRY HOLDS FAVOR. tire race than that wonderful habit The Columbia Athletic Club will and it von have tried the rest eet the BEST. The meritorious bills presented of submisaioa to the will of God, dedicate a large service flag next weekly In Fontaina Ferry Park the cry in )oy and sorrow, "Wel- Tuesday night In honor of its mem PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 6Q. theater continue to draw thousands come be the will of God," so uni bers who have enlisted in some to that ipopular amusement place versal as to nave become almost a branch" of the service. Already Swer aai Calvert Pipe, IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE reand make all competition unfelt. national watchword. And is not twenty-thre- e members have lamnsH's Fateat Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadwits, conformity to God's sponded to ' the call and are now The formidable competition of the this .habit of Wall Ceplag, Draia Tile, VltriSed Brick, theater of course has heen the hlg will a great need for onr day? The in France or in training camps in swimming pool, where long llnea of children of an ace so restive, so America. A special programme will Fire FreeUac. Flae LiBiac, Fire Bricll both sexes and all ages besiege the critical of lawful authority, need be rendered Tuesday night when Grate and Beiier Tile, Fire Clay, Chiaaaey Teas. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. ticket sellers in eager lmpatlfoeei above allvto form habits of seeking the flag is unfurled at the club ' St. Catherine OPPICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. iv meir uiy in toe oooi ana re God's will la the events of life, In house, 621 East freshing flood. Hardly leas popular lis YlelasHwle,' in its failures and street Members will Invite their CUMB. MAIN S07, Is the dancinc pavilion, and be huniMlatioju, PHONES CITY its honors . and suc- friends and a great patriotic gath tween times ail of the riding de- cesses, in order to he able to cry ering is expected. The exercises ! Kagaelia. INCOWORATBD :rWOKS Tkirteewth and Braakiwidia aad Miath vices that serve to atlmulate & out with at Johrt Crysdatoju, will take place on the spacious PHOSE CITYSSf. LOUISVILLE, KY, grounds of the tat house, ajnpVe patroa- - "Glory be to od for all thiaga." eooHnc breese SUITS FOR BOYS your donation for a prize for the ball team. The Hibernian ball, team Is now tied for first place In tho Twin City League. Olvlslon 3 nlet last night and Tim O'Leary dnvltcd all the baseball rooters to be on hand tomorrow. Hon. Despite all the handicaps suffered the Twin City League in carrying out its sdhedulo this year, tho "nrptr.lpst rich In ltR Tilstfirv is hf- ing .furnished. With only three ' Sixty candidates have lust been more games scheduled there are t(given the three degrees at Kau- tVirwri tnma Hod fnp TvoTinnTi Ihnn. KaUna' W1S Milwaukee Council has 191 men ors. A, O. H Vernons and K. of C. Tomorrow the Vernons and A. In service, about 7 per cent, of the O. H. teams meet, which will be total membership. It is expected that fully 1,000 some contest, while the K. of C club will 'have' Its hands full In secretaries will be In tho overseas defeating Mackin's club, Manager service by September 16. A movement has been started to Leo Connelly and Delehanty, his assistant, having the latter team Institute a council that will uulte Trinity will tho many Spaniards in Philadelphia. going at top speed. play the Champs. The standing to Norwood Council, Cincinnati, is campaigning for a large class for date: W initiation on 'or before September L , Pet. 6 Vernon 2 .750 16. 6 K. ofC 2 Syiacuse will soon .750 have an 6 Hibernians 2 .750 "Everybody welcome and eveiythlnp Mackin 555 free" building erected by tho 4 War '5 6 Trinity 2 .250 Council. Champs. o .000 9 Fifty secretaries and chaplains Best Kinds Are at "The Boston." wears a size from 1 1 to 2 we are showing a Shoe of extraordinary quality at 5 For the young miss who $3.50 See These Before Buying the Next Pair two-roo- m $6.45 $7.45 $10 60c 79c Shep-ner- d. White Shirts and Blouses $1.00 FURNITURE Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS JAMES GREENE! BE SURE TO CALL FOR Mulloy s New Blend Coffee 1- McKENNA that JOHN M. 3&Mjr,DLVOY WHISKY 1 IS ALWAYS PURE. jB Mcfennaf Distiller, Fairfield, ftys Book-keepin- g, tMttHiwtigwniwtuwttmHmif DINNER INCOMPLETE "WITHOUT Where the Quick Meal Comes In . F. F. X. L. BEER "Delivery Service?" I Prompt Sure.! (jfcilifcK C leave-takin- SOW, w. ne);iaeefr : s Office-F- COAL CO. PABST EMI CO. QTXAIvXODY SBRVIOK High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Falls City Beer Lager F. BAN NUN rlFE WJ. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER 1 573-178- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. nw J