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Kentucky Irish American: August 10, 1918 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 kec1918081001_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 10, 1918 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKE TO HETOKS THE CONSERVATION STORE KEEP COOL fr AsytMflg HENRY HEICK Yw Mi ffetd la HARDWARE HARDWARE CO. 322 V. Market St. Both PtKHMi 432 Lwltville, Kjf. Kentucky Irish American 6. h who fears death at this moment. Father Duffy has taken care that we all are ready to leave the world and face our Creator without flinching. As to physical fear, who ever heard of an Irishman counting the cost of a fight? Bo, be of good cheer, no matter what betides. Of one thing you can rest assured this regiment will be an honor to good old Uncle Sam! "Your loving and A H son. ." It may not be gpnerally known Blxty-nlntever-grateful ICE CREAM S. Eighth M. Wholesale and Retail 131) HARMON'S Home Phone City 7073. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. town. One reader who seems partial to the firemen says that there Is lots of comedy in the fire department which the public doesn't get like they do from the police, who are more in the public's eye. Some of pretty the old firemen suggested strongly to one of tho recruits at an uptown house that he take a FIGHTING IRISH Sixty-Nint- RUSSIA A Keliablo Informant on Vital Facts Concerning That (author. In York Thrills With Its Gallnnt World Defense. h of New Country. h tho Dowllng and McGovern First that while as the 165th, it has been Count De Mnlstrc, Statesman, designated still has Author and Trustworthy Its old figures bracketed after the Soldiers to Cross Ourcq Sixty-nint- Klver. Chaplain Father Duffy Awarded the Legion of Honor by Franco. J JIMMY HYLAND'S PLUCKY STAND The following la a description of the part taken by the famous Irish regiment of and New York City in the recent adthe vance of tho Americans. In Ourcq charge at tho crossing of the in h river, the gallant old the lead, Lieut. Patrick Dowllng, of New York City, and Corporal James McGovern led a dozen men through four feet of water In tho face of a withering fire from tho Germans. "We Just waded through, shook the water off us and slammed into an gun detachment enemy machine a who were trying to climb got hill up ahead of us. None of them the hill," said Dowllng In telling of . the feat. There wore individual cases oi heroism sticking out all over In that fighting. Take the case of Sergeant Jimmy Hyland, a lad of twenty-on- e one hailing from Brooklyn. He was of a platoon of fifty men ordered to go Into tho village of Sergy, northeast of tho river, on Sunday night, and hold a certain street. From a wooded shelter on the bank of tho river the platoon crossed a sloping Caught under field toward Sorgy. tho fire of machine guns on tho outskirts of tho village, they kept on going. Twenty odd or them reached Sergy and got Into a poor shelter, where they were raked by The machine guns and snipers. Lieutenant In command, who Is now dead, decided, inasmuch as his orders were to stay there until relieved, that he would stick. Hyland Red said that In the window of a guns Cross Gliding three machine The Ameri- BM.". them off. ktit Irish-Americ- Sixty-nint- new. And the old figures will be absolutely restored when "Kelly and Burke and Shea" come marching home. And it is not generally known either that the regiment has permission to fight under tho old green flag with harp of gold that waved so proudly over it during the tragedy of Marye'a Heights In the days of tho sixties. And maybe there will be enough of thom left on their return to sing the old refrain: Then toast our fair Island, my countrymen all, "Success to her struggle," say I; Her sons will spring forth at tho first trumpet call, And battle for freedom or die. Then when we have conquered, and peace smiles again, Let this our grand toast over be: "Confusion to tyrants wherever they reign!" And Ireland shall ever be free. Guide. "To appreciate the Maistre writings as" a whole,"- - we read, "one may remark that his Ideas are bold and penetrating, and his views so clear and accurate that at times they seem prophetic. Ho possesses a wonderful facility In exposition, precision of doctrine, breadth of learning and dlalotlcal power. 'He Influenced the age that followed him, he dealt Gallicanlsm such decisive 'blows that it never rose again. In a word he was a great and virtuous man, a profound thinker and one of the finest writers of that French language of which his works are a distinguished ornanient." his C. B. of C. V. DEMOCRATS Elated Over Their Showing in tho Primary of Last Saturday. car "yaps" joy riding around the IRELAND Now Aiding Former Irish l tho Country no Once Fought. Iti-be- Lessons Wo Should Learn From This Wise Thinker and CAMP NEWS Twenty-tw- o Master. bath. After complaining awhile that it wasn't Saturday he asked fbr the location of the tub, and was the The Republican Machine Could explainedComingmysteriesa of a shower Col. Arthur Lynch, LeadcrJ in bath. back little later Not Muster Administration Boer War, Recruits For to see how he was getting along they found him with a fireman's Employes'. the Allies. helmet on In the shower. It Is nothing strange nowadays to see the fire department apparatus going to some of Keystone Police Getting Opposi- the an alarm but old in age, being Member of Parliament Who Had new men, probably too Indisposed to make tion in Comedy From Been Once Sentenced to the run. No wonder the Fire Firemen. Death. classed Louisville as a short-handed, third-cla- ss city. Masses Cclehratcd VIEWS CLEAR AND ACCURATE Sunday Had a Wonderful Attendance. Chaplain Grnshoff Soys Farewell Before Departuro For DRILL HALL DRIVE. An enthusiastic meeting of tho prominent New York clergy was held at the Cathedral rectory Saturday morning, and more than thirty priests made a personal canvass in drive. the Catholic War Lyceum The fund continues to grow. So far more than $28,000 has been contributed, one of the largest Individual donors being Cardinal Farley, who has given $1,000. Much remains to be done, however. If the amount required is reached by August 15. On or before that day $100,000 must bo subscribed. Tho drill hall, for the erection of which tho fund Is being collected, is a pressing necessity if the Catholic University Is to participate fully In with the Government. Among the indorsers of the plan are Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal O'Connell and Cardinal Farley. All are not only giving their moral support but they are interested to the extent of giving material support, as Cardinal Farley's donation shows. In speaking of the campaign, Mgr. Lavelle, who is In charge of the zone comprising New New Jersey, York and Northern says: "The, Catholic JJnlversityihasbcen, niYM i'lnf TrlTlTn:r-TMr'tfihlBn Siibs,.JBk2!ll&igSSS yai AU MSrfli"' jvijeintelligeatlypathedevelBf)- The problem of Russia, the international relations as well' as tho domestic issues, political, religious, social and economic, is one of the most perplexing questions occupying the minds of statesmen as well as the general public. A proper solution can not be found without a clear understanding of the Russian people and Russian conditions, yet thero is no lack of undigested advice and bits of information cast out at random in the press. It is a singular fact that no one has until now called attention to a reliable and a Catholic source, from which a proper- understanding tit the Russia in the past can be gained as well as of the Russia of our own day. This source is the "Quatro chapltres inedits sur la Russle," written by the famous Catholic, Comte Joseph-Mari- e de Maistre, and published by his son Joseph de Maistre, a conXavler. servative statesman, was at one time assistant fiscal Advocate of Savoy, then Senator, later confidential envoy of his sovereign, tho King of Sardinia, to Lausanne, at and still later plenipotentiary Petersburg, where he remained fourteen years. In treating of Russia then de Maistre writes as one having knowlodge, and not from, hearsay. He was at court when Alexander I. in 1811 planned to liberate the Russian serfs, and thus had an unexceptional opportunity of studying the situation. And his studies were so carefully made, his observations Ho keen and his final Judgment so correct that as late as 1880 a noted Austrian sociologist declared that "It Is' Impossible to Gen-or- al France. Packoy McFarland Back From NowlYork and Fur Will Fly Again. Masses 'to the number of twenty-tw- o wore celebrated at Camp Zach-ar- y Taylor on last Sunday and the attendance was wonderful. One of the most beautiful sights at the camp was mass toeing celebrated at the tent on the Popular Level road. The sides of- - tho tent wore raised on two sides, the other sides forming a background, with the white altar at the head, and tho chaplain saying mass with the two candles casting a glow over tho large assembly of soldiers formed a picture never to be forgotten. The tent Is being used during the erection ot building No. 5 or the use of the Knights of ColumbUs work. Chaplain MIssTa, at building No. 3, has formed rfglee club, and the men seem to enjoy singing as much as those who listen. The chaplains fat tho camp are all fine speakers and are In great demand all the Uvtime. They have spoken at the noon hour meeting of the L. and N.Lflberty League, and last Sundaythg men from the L. and N. shopaTCmarched to Knights - oJVColumhusfibslldlnir No. 2. where the 10 o'clock mass. Chaplain Mc- Evoy welcomed the men, who. were escorted by tho 'band of the First Regiment. Alfred LeGros acted as Chairman of the celebration and Secretary Bailey, of the "Y," also delivered a short address. Lieut. Chaplain Barrett has been appointed head of the Knights of Columbus chaplains at Camp Zach-ar- y atrac4iilnWA(0lhftlBiaftrJ ...- fountaln-hea- d of ruuu.cMuu Inne nourfl cninsacK. j n, faculty placed the sian conditions knowledge of The .. no 4ho i the writings gallant band buildings at tho disposal of the Count Joseph do Maistre." dragged on, and the Government, and one of tne largest Rus- of tne Guided by his knowledge of con Erew smaller and smaller. and the houses, Gibbons Hall, has been conditions, by his experience as a officers had been killed who tinually filled with candidates for statesman and a student and by his privates elected commanders When the Navy Paymaster's department. one by one, were shot down. o clock But the university has no drill hall. deep religious conviction, do Maistre a religious and relief reached them at 7 an absolute necessity, not determined that moral awakening of the masses Hyland and one comrade were left This is only for tho Government service must necessarily be brought about; of the fifty who had started. Hyland but also students may comply previously a reformation of the was In command, and the two were with the that requirements of the law." but clergy of the Russian church must last Juliets at the shooting their take place. Freedom ho declared machine gunners up the street tnej AROHBISnOP GILMARTIN. could only bo secured whero a cerhad been told to hold. chaptain high standard of Christianity And the Rev. Father Duffy, The Most Rey. T. Gllmartln, lain, was right up with the lads. new Archbishop of Tuam, who tho had been established. Slavery la and ho always spoke of the condiCheering them on, he was, too, one of memd'ye mind. But ever and anon he bers ofthe most distinguished Is a tion of a portion of the Russian hierarchy, a' people as slavery was unavoidable was halting to say a prayer with to native of tho Irish Rhlnslnna, Castlebar, and Qg iong a3 a morai regeneration of dying Galway lad or kneeling boy as a student in Maynooth read administer the last rites to a tne a brilliant course. In ahe class! the people was not accomplished all And nnd regeneration of tho masses from Ennlscrone. a gaiaxy oi the wnica time he was under lire and guns talent Doasiea oi quite way to the could not be achieved while the he forged his clergy were held In contempt by bullets from the machine top of distinguished roll, and people. The abolition of slavery were flying and the shrapnel burst- was in tho theology "Primus inter the ing and tho bombs droppings from pares" a coveted distinction which without this regeneration would, Yji vulture-planebelieved, result in a revolution. the floating German would drop a Is the k of intellectual exThe conserving and protecting Down In the skies. cellence. Ho was ordained In 1881, power of the clergy, ho writes In and Father Duriy and was professor of mathematics stretcher-bearwould seize the handles in his stead in St. Jarlath's College until Octo- the memolre, no longer existed In Religion could still exert and rush back of the lines with a ber, 1891, when he was appointed Russia. mind of the some influence on he. Back mangled victim. after a concursus Dean of Maynooth Russian people, butthe "none on the would tear to where the lighting College. In 1904 he was appointed Once more heart, where all (wishes and likewas best and hottest. Colof Maynooth the stretcher-beare- r, Vice President which he held up to wise all crimes have their origin. the priest. Again lege, a position for and again then again pre- his appointment as Bishop of Clon-fe- rt A peasant would perhaps permit oat 117 mortal hours and, as he in 1910, in succession to the himself to le killed rather than dicted to Secretary Atkins, "not a Most Rev. Dr. O'Dea, who was trans- meat on a fast day, but one can German bullet could hit hta! ferred to Galway. His Lordship is not depend on him when he Is Uldn The French Government reportt well known aa a contributor, espe- called upon to suppress a violent Is have to wait for an officialsoon as cially on matters of liturgy, to the attack of passion. Christianity of not a word, It Is a fact. Shorn about Father Duffy. As won tho Catholic reviews. He has never Its influwas that particular fight member of the taken any active part in political ence,power, Its a recognized position without French made him a matters, but has always been a conLegion of Honor the highest gift sistent supporter of tho national It is no longer what It was when it made a general emancipation In the power of grateful .France ttr claims. possible. I warn tho Government bestow upon a mere fighting priest. not to base Its support on it." All And wasn't he worth it? "He was ASKS IRISH HELP. of these things must be. considered that same. Good luck to him, as abolition before Casey would say. The American people expect the could theaccomplished. of slavery tho If, he debe Father Duffy is the squl of gave Irish to put their hearts and souls regiment. Some Now Yorker into the war, declared Major Harvey clares, "the legal Impulse has onco him ?200 to use for the men as he Cushing, Director of the United been given, a certain public opinion He had metal crosses States Army Medical saw fit. In will be formed which will carry Service made at Lunevllle and gave every France, In an address ho delivered everything away with it; at first It u at the Dublin Royal College of Sur will be a fad, then a passion, and one in the regiment one w around his neck. He also had con- geons last Saturday. Ho was sneak finally madness. Tho law will bo In the end revoiu fession cards printed "which, of- ing in acceptance of an honorary the Beginning, fellowship conferred by the college tlon." And the gravity of the dan both English and French, bore likely Ho 3ald: "This war Is no half ger will beggar description, befenses a soldier would most This was done that tho measure to us In America. We are cause of the peculiar character of commit. to a French In It as a country. the Russian nation, which is "the men might confess priest, marking on the cardB what Our neighbor, Canada, is in aB a most mobile, the most tempestuous As Father country, and wo expect you also to and tho most enterprising of all the they had to confess. Duffy said: "The only trouble was be In as a country, heart nnd soul, nations of the earth." Do Maistre says that he had once I know the boys went to tho French piiests, and you certainly will. as all they could give them was what the Irish have already done remarked In a playful manner that absolution. When they camo to me in the war, and there is no finer 'the wish of a Russian, if it could chapter in the world's history. But be confined, could blow up a fort I gave them hell first." letter breathing tho day is coming when everywhere ress, and adds that this remark Is The following is there will foe a period of universal based on truth. "No other man," patriotism and filial devotion exemplary of the regiment's spirit: national service, military for those he says, "has such an lntonslvely "Dear Mother The hoys are all who are fitted for It, but universal." energetic will as a Russian. who him when he Is spending his Tell anybody feeling fine. money, his manner of chasing after CARDINAL VISITS SENATOR. asks about us tha,t when the time pleasures which he desires, and you comes for a crack at tho Bosches will be h Senator Olllo James, who is ill will realize, the power of his will. tho old reliable on tho Job just as it always was at Johri Hopkins' Hospital Jn Balti- Observe him in business transaccheored tions oven tho Russian of the since Its foundation, and as it al- more, was honored and ways will bo while the Stars and Monday by a visit from his friend. lowest classes and you will realize The Cardinal how keenly alert ho is to his InStripes and the good old green fly Cardinal Gibbons. over us. Tho day Is soon duo when spent a half hour at the bedside of terests. Observe him executing unworld Kentucky's senior Senator. The dertakings on the field of battle and tho vre will have shown what'3 In us and your mother's Senator was also highly gratified ou will appreciate tho measure of heart will 'beat with Joy when the over the flood of telegrams received his bravery," Surely the developments of the returns are all In. Maybe, dear congratulating him on the outcome last last few years have proven the Mother, my same will ba on the of the Democratic primary he was over- soundness of De Mal&tre's Judgment, roll of thoee "who were culled away. Saturday in which That hould b a matter for family whelmingly renominated, hie elec- hi fact the Catholic Encyclopedia lng ow a accordi a sort ot "prophetic vision tion next November priAe, Xrther than for unim statesman to the Savoyan and There Is not a mn la ttw eertalaty, hall-marer aen whole-hearted-ly Ob-sor- vo Sixty-nint- Taylor, and along with his other duties as regimental chaplain he Is a very busy man. He can he seen almost any hour of tho day riding his horse on a visit of mercy to the hospital or upon some official busiChaplain ness at headquarters. Barrett has taken a great interest In the colored soldiers and the success of building No. 4 at tho camp Is due to his efforts. Secretaries Ransdals and Lane, colored men in charge of this building, are high class men of their race, and make a good impression upon all the come into who colored soldiers their building, tho entertainments so far having been patronized by a great many white soldiers, aa the sign on all K. of C. buildings reads "Everybody Welcome." At the auditorium on last Sunday at tho 9 o'clock mass Chaplain Grashof, formerly In charge of the work as K. C. chaplain, delivered his farewell sermon hefore going to France this week. His talk was a masterpiece of eloquence and will live long In the memory of all of his hearers. Father Grashof spent the past winter as It. of C. chaplain and was well of Camp Taylor known among tho men who were hero during the cold weather. McFarland On Tuesday Packey arlved from New York, whero he of tho had been in the interest Camp Recreation Board, and Immediately the fur began to fly. Boxing bouts were started and the show at building No. 3 last Tuesday was The principal bout a "hummer." of the evening was between Private Sutter and Private Sandow, which was a draw, but very exciting as long as the four rounds lasted. The athletic work at the camp is a great proposition and it takes men like McFarland and Sergeant iRosa to handle it. Bandmaster Montgomery and his excellent Third Regiment band gave a very delightful concert on tho outdoor stage of the No. 3 K. of C. afternoon, building on Sunday which was very much enjoyed by the many visitors. Three 'very fine vaudovlllo Bhows were given during the week, and with movies and the boxing bouts ended a woek which closed with the musical recital of Mmo. Cara Sapln, the great contralto singer of the Boston Grand Mme. Sapin was Opera Company. given a most hearty welcome by the men of tho training school on the Poplar Level road. Tho work ot the Queen's Daughters has grown to bo a big Job to handle, the ladles Borving more than 120 cups of coffee to soldiers going to holy communion at tho late masses. Tho camp altar society continues to do their work on tho altars every Saturday, as the fresh flowers on Sunday morning look beautiful. With flvo buildings to furnish entertainers twice a wok, the Secretaries are In need of help and would like entertainers to eall City 262E-- J or tith 1099. But for real comedy the Keystone police still keeps the center of the FIREMAN'S COMPULSORY BATH stage. One of the Keystoners was PUTS ASIDE POLITICAL FEELING pasting labels on automobiles near Fourth and Chestnut street the other day and an owner coming Democrats are still rejoicing over on him asked him what's the ridIt Is hard to think of any specdle? the showing in last Saturday's tacle more calculated to Impress comedy policeman Tho said: primary, tho big vote cast for Sen- "You can't park near a fire hydrant young Irishmen, even tho bitterest ator Ollle James being not only even on County Court day." haters of England among them, good medicine for him .but a tonic The owner said: "That Isn't a than that of Col. Arthur Lynch, tor the entire party. The result fire hydrant in front of my car, it's the Irish member of Parliament, auguis well if or this fall and the a hitching post." who fought against Great Britain public will support tho Democratic The Keystoner laughed and said: In the Boer war as leader of an Congressional and Senatorial candi- "That's a gol darn good one on me, Irish brigade and later was sendates as an appreciation of the ain't it?" and got busy taking the tenced to death by a British Judge repose confidence they in the stickers off tho surrounding ma- for so doing, standing on a recruitpresent national administration. On chines. ing platform in Ireland and calling the other hand the Republicans One night this week several resi- for men to don tho British uniform camo out of the primary with many dents In the Highlands were awak- nnd fight for Britain's cause in tho sore spots and it will take the ened by tho ringing of the door war, which is also that of humanity. official count to settle the merry old bells, and they saw a Keystoner And they are witnessing this specrow between Bethurum and Bruner going from door to door with a tacle, for the British Government as ro who really got the O. O. P. searchlight. Finally he stopped at In connection with tho now recruitnomination. The returns were an one door and brought the owner ing campaign In tho Green Isle ha3 awful blow to the big Republican down In his pajamas while tho lady nccepted an offer by Arthur Lynch, boss, National Committeeman Hert, of the houso waa trembling up- which datea back to the beginning as his indorsement of Bethurum stairs, wondering what horrible of the war, to appeal to Irishmen didn't see mto carry the weight with crime her husband has committed to Join the colors, and given him It that a big boss and financier of Tho Keystoner then served a no- a Colonel's commission in the the party should expect. Here in tice for tho man to cut the weeds British army, the same rank that on a vacant lot he owned. Louisville Scott Bullitt, Frank What he held as the commander of Irish Mike Brennan, Frank Dugan, the owner said in reply can't be Brigade No. 2 throughout the John Barry and a ifew others en- printed, as ho indignantly told the South African war. listed a volunteer organization of Keystoner that the weeds had been It was" 'while that war was still workers and election officers In a cut two iweeks ago. Last week one In progress that Col. Lynch was few days and In the face of no of the Captains told his platoon to elected member of Parliament for in plain Galway City, his unsuccessful oprolled up over 4,000 votes for come back from dinner Chesley clothea. Ono camo back In civilian ponent In that election, It Is interSenator Ollle James. Searcy, Hert's representative here, clothes but with his police hat on esting now to recall, having been could only muster 455 votes In the When questioned ho said the orders no other than Sir Horace PlunketV entire Jefferson county for Bethu- didn't say anything about caps, and the famous leader who presided rum, while Herman Monroe, Wood he thought it was only meant for over the recent Irish convention. It him to wear civilian clothes, besides was on coming to England in 1902, Axton ,Dr. Lewis Ryans, M. R. and a few others brought out he didn't have to pay a nickel car- after peace had been declared in 1,587 votes for Bruner, and none fare by using the cap. South Africa, to tako his seat in of the above workers are welcome Parliament, that Col. Lynch was arn at the table. MARINES RESTING UP. rested and tried for high treason The result means two things. One for fighting as a British subject is that the local Democratic party Joseph N. HIgglns, of the Ken- against the forces of the crown. Is reunited and invigorated with tucky Irish American staff, who is Condemned to death, his sentence rewejjtsjfrbrJghtvJojrJqturftsuccess Jlegl- - was afterward commuted while tho other means that there awnemborJ;ofthofamouRvFifth ltfebut after'ycaTS" ment of the Marine Corps lIn Is opposition to Searcy in his own In ' Lewes confinement now solitary party and that the public washed France, awrites that they arerecent prison he received a pardon from taking rest after their Its hands of tho Republican party stirring action at the front, in which Kln Edward. He was again elected in city affairs by refusing to take the marines played a conspicuous to Parliament as Nationalist reprepart In the primary last Saturday. part In driving back the for West Clare tha Irish d sentative There had been meeting after meetPrussian Guards. The letter district from which ashis father to arouse Interest in the Repub- also mentlona the ing such has fact that rainy hailed in 1909, and relican candidates and Bruner season Is about to start over there, sat in the Houso of Commons ever ceived 1,357 votes In the entire which may delay the advance of since. twelve wards, while Bethurum, the Allies. Joo says: "This Is some During the progresa of the war reSearcy and Hert'a candidate, country, when you consider that It he has frequently been among tho ceived 346, or a total vote in the Is daylight from 3 in the morning bitterest critics of the powers that entire city for both of Just 1,692. until 10:30 or 11 at night." Our be. but his voice, on such occasions. There are pretty near J, 000 em- young soldier Is an enlisted man, always has been raised In favor of ployes on the city and county payshortly our coun- greater efficiency and a more vigroll, showing that all of them did volunteering war, andafterhe puts it: orous prosecution of the war, his try went to as not vote. This can foe explained "Joined tho marines, because thoy sympathy being as wholly with by tho fact that many of them are Great Britain in tho present strugnot entitled to vote, being foreign get there first." gle as it waa against her during residents and were not on the registhe war in South Africa. CONVENT BENEFIT. tration books last year. Notable "My offer to tho Government to examples of these cases are Chief of visit Ireland and conduct a recruitGeneral plans have been formu- ing campaign dates from August 5, Police Petty, a resident of Shelby-vllland Chief of Fire Department lated for the big benefit to be 1914," said Col. Lynch in an interNounschwander, a resident of Cin- given August 28 at Fontaine Ferry view last week. "I then approached cinnati, both voting In their home Park for the benefit of tho Good Lord Kitchener direct and offerefs Convent, Twenty-thir- d towns last fall. Then again it Is Shepherd in frtpm nn Trlnh hrlrnf1n in flr.hf pretty hard to And a voter willing and Bank streets, and every Tues- as a part of either tho British or 1 to acknowledge that he voted for day evening enthusiastic open meet- the French army, but ho turned our near Mayor Smith and tho pres- ings are held at tho K. oi C. Hall. down all my suggestions flatly. ent" crew of "efficients," and There will be special departments Now my offer to undertake recruitnaturally this class did not tako In charge of girls and women, and ing is not only approved by the bo tho whole of the Cabinet will a special attraction part In tho primary. but Lord Speaking of efficiency, the poor games under the charge of Miss French entirely agrees. It Is unJudge Charles A. fortunate that I was not able to get old Bolshevlkl is Mary Dohorty. administration now getting It on all sides for the Wilson is lending hla beat effort8 to work earlier, but I am still full failure to gather garbage. For a for the success of the benefit. of vigor and hope. There are many defense the press bureau rushes young Irishmen who ought to be in OFFERS FRENCH SCHOOLS. Into the Herald columns with a khaki, and I feel suro, that in Dubatatement by some "prominent Govlin, at all events, my efforts will His Eminence Cardinal Arch- be successful, whllo in tho West, ernment official" (who doesn't live here), telling what a wonderful bishop of Annette, of Paris, has and possibly the South, there should work the 'Board of Works la doing, turned over to the Knlght8 ot be a chance ot good work. It la etc. This all sounds very good, but ColumbuB the free use of any Idle for any one to suppose Jhat a school buildings they may need in Prussian victory would mean Irethe fact remains that tho garbage de- any part of France for tho furtherIs piling up on the sidewalks land's political salvation. Dublin spite the alibis offered. Aa the ance of their social, religious or would be as much under tho thumb war work. Times truthfully said, the scarcity other of Potsdam aa the rest of Europe, Is of labor and hauling facilities and the Prussian method of bleedpretty weak when it ia considered COUNCIL OF DEFENSE. ing a conquered nation white would private concerns are getting their be applied equally to Ireland as to deliveries out. Some more "effiThe Kentucky State Council of the rest of Europe. That the policy ciency." with the adopted by the Government toward Defense will n WTar Department In tho effort to Ireland during recent years is open Last Saturday the primary was the smallest and tamest of mobilize and develop the brain to criticism is a matter I would not its Kind in the history of primary power of tho young men of the attempt to deny, although I must elections, yet for hours after the country for those services which not discuss. Any political feeling I polls closed there was a string of demand special training, and to have In this matter must be put election officers and ballot boxes make that power available In the aside for the moment in view of the extending through the Court Houso war and In the peace which will danger that threatens civilization, street, showing slow follow. Its object Is to prevent the and I would urge upon the most to Fifth handling by County Clerk Noutzel's premature enlistment for active extreme section of the Irish party office. What will they do when Ave service of those men who could, by that, however much they hate Enghave a real election? Under Demo- extending the period of their col- land, If they havc red blood In cratic reign the precinct returns, lege training, multiply mantfold their veins thoy must hate tho Gerwhich we haven't gotten yet, would their value to the country. If the mans more." have been In the night editions. need arises for tho services of these In personality Col. Lynch is You'll have to hand It to Chief men in the fighting line the terms wholly unlike tho fighting rebel of ot the Keystone Police Petty for of their enlistment are such that fiction. He is perhaps tho most Inforesight, If nothing else. For years they can be called by the President tellectual figure in tho Irish party the mounted police force under on a day'B notice, but it will be tho nnd ono of tho beat rpad men In Chief Llndsey and Lieut. John policy of tho Government to keep the House of Commons. Tall, one of them in training until their 'draft spare and slightly Maloney was considered stooping, with Louisville's best assets, their show- age is reached. In order to make hlB refined, scholarly face, quietly ing at tho Kentucky State Fair an- thlB plan effective W. D. Cochran courteous manner, and well nually fooing a star foature, and and tho State Council of Defense, groomed appearance, he suggests moveyears ago as a part of the nation-wid- e several much more the medical practitioner organize a campaign than either tho man of action or Roosevelt said in a visit to Louis- ment, will ville that we had tho finest mount- which will reach every town, every the scholar. He Is as a mattor of ed police in tho United States. See- collego and every secondary school, fact a physician with many diplomas and and which will bring home to our and degrees, and practiced mediclno ing the State Fair coming mounted police- going, Chief Petty joung men and their parents the in London for several years. He ia wisely decided to do away with the fact that those who are qualified to a poet of distinction, too, has writmounted forco and has substituted go. to college can serve their country ten many learned works In both "fllvers" for the outlying districts. and themselves best by doing so. English and French, and la the examplo, As an former Lieut. They will thus not only become en- author of several novels. Maloney, of tho mounted men, Is listed men in the servlco of the One of the latter, "Prinee now First Lieutenant at Fort Snell-In- g country, but will be preparing them- Azreol," tells how the devil paid a as trained men to tako part visit to the House ot Oonwnoas and with the United States calvary, selves work of occupied a seat in the rwtini.iAkj while for a substitute wo will have moat effectively In the re1f.a.OT S.traTlfl'AV9 s a erowd of Xeyatoaerg and street either war or pee.ee. Mc-Grat- h, i I i con-te- at Yar-ber- ry Searcy-Chilto- tolmprls-onmehl"'fo- "r much-toute- e, elec-tib- - .'' i , . : 1 .A JLX.S. 'Jc&'hfX'. 'i'7 l- e&it&iJ&Jv&t ..VLVli- ' (Q3E35UE 'JtM&i.1 SCHXTCTTJOBrSr IRISH AMBRIOAK JOTU6KY ' IRISH AMERICAN. of COMING EVENTS. August excursion sociation. Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement August 21 Annual picnic of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., at 'Phoenix Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Hill Park. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Aueust 27 Euchre and lotto of on lawn, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated. HuDiisners Hibernian Social Club 1818 Portland avenue, evening SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c only. August 28 Good Shephord day Entered at the Loula villa toatoHlee aa Second. Clan Matter. at Fontaine Ferry Park. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Witt eretn St. fcMraia til Commnnlcatlm to the August 28 Annual picnic of St. Leo's church, Highland Park, at Drove,! Highland Thornsberry's Park. CQUNCH-j- s offiwADES Irkh Americans and Catholics 319-32- PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY of Trinity 13 Baseball moonlight Athletic As- Wkeatless Kitchen HHh Hpr vSsB2sbsbw fcx Ultl Iter CLOTHES A 1 (ffffff) BlPh.wjwClufcWpU6vrMSCelJlUHMPv L LOUISVILLE, KY GLAD HAND. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918 Rotary Club is not in any sense a Catholic organization. The Catholic church believes in the efficacy cf prayer, but she Is not trying to force those who are not of her fold to join her In prayer. As a matter of fact the Rotary "Angelus" has nothing in common with the Angelus of the Catholic church except the name. The Catholic Angelus la a iprayer that is recommended to be recited morning, noon and night In honor of our Lord's SOGIETY. ,f' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBpi'ros&. Pol. P. H. Callahan Is in tha y P1BbW" Safe. aSBBBBBBBVi'vaifcvMSatf"' East on a 'business trip. The Kentucky Irish American journalistic field welcomes into the Mrs. James Dufflcy These are the factors that make for entertained Hon. Robert Worth (Bingham, who her card club (Monday afternoon. Henry service hence economy. succeeds tho Haldemans and Mrs. John Tt Malono left this Watterson as owner and editor of week v to join her children at Bay We are selling this kind of merchanand Times. the Courier-JournView, Mich. Nothing can be said of Mnrse Henry dise today at less than the present e associates that Is Mrs. Agnes Schuler has returned and his wholesale prices. Our prices are as low home after a visit with Mrs. August not already known to. our Teaders Elsener at Latonla. as the lowest. No matter how much you and the 'public. For fifty year3 they have dbne great newspaper Miss Edna Shea, of Oakdale. has read in the newspapers about values, we work, which Judge Bingham prom- - j incarnation. The Rotary "Angelus" been entertaining Mrs. E. V. Burk-maonly ask you to look here. of Fort Thomas. lses to continue. For those retiring (s set for 11 o'clock not noon we have and it means a minute of silent new owner-editand tho Miss Abbie D. Chester, who has It will be well worth your while to only the kindest feeling, and sin- prayer for the success of our coun- been ill the past three weeks, Is may 'be long spared try In the war. Each one prays in now Improving rapidly. cerely hope they get posted. his own way. and successful. Miss Surely those who object to this land, leftBertha Sheridan, of to PortTuesday for a trip WIIY THE DEFENSE? of prayer do not deny that minute Enfield and Vlncennes. Beginning with the New York a little time given to prayer is a reMiss Florence iMahoney Times and down to our own Louis- good thing. Do they never pray turned from a visit' to herhas uncle, seems to be an themselves, that they object to oth- Forest Mahoney, at New Haven. ville Herald, there organized effort to defend England's ers being reminded of that duty? Miss Lillian Olegg left the first part In the wSr, and great stress We do not believe that they are party of friends Is laid on the fact that some of our bo devoid of religion as all that. of the week with a on NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON the lakes. English They are simply prejudiced against to spend ten days troops are ibeing carried in ships or guarded hy British cruisers. the Catholic church. It is a pity Mr. and Mrs. James McKlernan at St. Helen's All of this seems to come 'from the that it is so. We hope that one spent tho week-en- d query In several quarters as to why of the results of this war will be with 'Mr. and Mrs. A. P. .Ramser. the British troops didn't strike to "break down such unreasoning Miss Virginia Watson spent sevFrench prejudices when the American and eral days at Bardstown last week, Cor. Fifth and Market visiting llr. and iMrs. Henry Edelen. troops made their move. Anyway, UNITED STATES FOOD NEXT LIBERTY LOAN. if England Is doing her sha?e why Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 Mrs. Louis iBarry is home from the great defensive move in the The fourth Liberty loan will be Bowling Green, where she was the Three Per Cent. Interest Paid prcs3? launched during the last week of guest of her brother, Arch Wllklns. On Timo Deposits September and the campaign will LOOKING FORWARD. ' J Mrs. Allen Long has returned to out the entire year. No Christmas last for three weeks. The loan will James B. Brown President her home ln Newark, N. J., after gifts! Perish the thought! Cath-oll- c Henry J. Angermoier..Vico President Under the above caption the be for six billion dollars. It will week Robert Semones, of Dayton, spendlng the past month's wlth Telegraph. James J. Hayes Vice President ' Cincinnati iJnqulrer holds that "one test the resources and wealth of 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. M. S. Hebel .Vice President MASS UNDER DIFFICULTY. of the most interesting of the va- the country as they have not been Zix, and other friends In this city, John S. Akers... . .Cashier Miss Thelma Strief, of Jefferson-vlll- A number of social receptions in But we have no rious phenomena connected with tested before. Oscar A. Block.... Asst. Cashier spent last week with her honor of Mrs. Long This letter from "somewhere at A. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashlor cousin, Miss Dorothy Shea, in Oak- - a most pleasant one.made her visit the present war is the mental atti- doubt that tho loan will ho JlW'f1Ev'fl'WBe5Sf!SsllWfc"B-sea" shows the tireless work of the Every dollar of wealth in dale. tude observable In different parts chaplains through a soldier's eyes, Mr. and among different people." The this country should ho dedicated to Jasper Hagan and daughter, Miss nounce and Mrs. Claudius Duvall an a Mr. Weixel, of Chicago: tho marriage of their daugh-- " youth who have gone to tho front the cause for which we are now Mary, nave been visiting Mr. anq "Yesterday was Sunday and the k All else Is secondary to Mrs. Charles J. Coylo at Nei ter, Miss Naniene Ovlngton Duvall, chaplain said mass on know what they aro "up against." fighting. at to Frank Fehr Kremer, First (Lie- 11 o'clock. We were all grouped They have taken the measure of this. Our boys are fighting for us Haven. utenant U. S. It., stationed with the around him on aftdeck, and he hlrty-fift- h every form of unlawful ambition In France. If necessary everything .Machine Gun Company asked for four the Catholic boys to and deslro to rule. To them has must be sacrificed to sustain them Sweeney. South Louisville, have re- come up and help him. I .being 1 already come that spirit which In their battle for the right. hear the ladder na'tuijally was on turned from a visit with relatives Wi8L th Ca,thedral at Nashville. the Job. It was a beautiful, warm, comes tp all who have had a share Assumption, sunlit morning, a gentle breeze, THE IRISn QUESTION. And now the hoys In the battles. Miss Cathryn Fitzgerald left Sun- that Is, gentle after what we were A delightful surprise was . given used to. and a moderate sea run own country know and feel of our There is nothing surprising in uuy uiigui 'ior jjuh the 8&me, "If "ft they who will fin the vote on ning- .- The hoat was pitching jsome,- -visit to her parents-fMrt: the ' Irish question her twenty-flrbirth not enough R. J. Fitzgerald. he ish theMask and come back to set the day. Those present were Misses but had placed ato table unpleasant. House of Commons last week. .against a He up the new world at home. Woo Kathryn . O'Lcary, Mary Dolan, pile of boxes, and after he had arThere will bo no settlement foy the Miss Annie McGIll, who Is betide the' professional politician present two weeks at Saratoga Springs. Kathryn Bartlett, Bertha Bauer, ranged himself In his vestments Gpvernraent, and no hope is Blanche Satterwhlto, 'Bess Satter- - with some difficulty as ' the wind who attempts to feed them 'ftunk!" held out regarding any i settlement will make a trip 'to New York City white, Elnore Spurzel, Mary R. flapped them wildly ho showed us beforn rfltiimlmr. (be short shrift as well There will Bess O'Brien, In the near future. Sheehan, Nora how he wanted us to help him. Wo expected 5 for the social and financial Just that and nothing more. The Miss Nellie O'Sullivan Is visiting O'Leary, Elnore Gllmore, Margaret Two of us held doAvn the linen and when the three million or blundering policy of estranging Ire- at St. Catherine's as the guest of Gllmore, Jeannette Bandolin, Lillian tho candles In mica shades one Bandolln, Esther Schmidt, Ruth five million, as the case may be, and tended the book, while land will be kept up to tho end. her sister, Sister Alexia, and tho Schmidt, Virginia Garr, Hattle Garr, served up I lay Dominican Sisters. at full Home Phone Shawnee SOO jon the life take charge hero. They havo met And then some American Comb. Phone West 0203 Marie Hauk, Margaret Jordan, Mar- length about two feet rafts editors above the eh am and pretense in their most garet Samuels, Agnes Casey, Clara altar, and reaching down with one wonder why Ireland opposes conMiss Irene Stack, of South Louisformidable guise, and it is not to scription! In tho debate Fleishman; Messrs. Tom Casey, John ville, is visiting Mrs. James Red- Freddie Casey, Mike Sheehan, Blflle hand I held the chalice to keep It be supposed that they will worship from being upset hy mond and daughter, Miss Mario the Dillon's plea that the Irish question Rlchter, Johnnie Hock, William vessel, and with thethe roll Iof held Redmond, at Newport. other at the shrine of their petty be settled along the Hne3 of PresiBoul, Corp. Archie Cruse, George tho crucifix. to you I leave Just hbw they will work dent Wilson's declared policy was reen, oeo .uoian, ti. mrney picture this wonderful Itceremony. to ft nvwl HYm Ohnrlos n. WhPoW " nniii.u It out is not to he clearly dls- - Diet by i.iH "Up on tho lines on hooms Asqulth's statement that it Bardstown rottoVhad as visitors the Proctor, Tlmmlo and spars, on raft cerned at this time, nor is It nec- was a matter past stairways, in lifeJohn T. Glenn and O'Leary, Ollie that must ho settled little week Mrs. of Portland. Eisner. Harry DIstler, boats, In hoisting engines, everydaughter, essary that the details be dis- among Paul Perkins, E. J. 'McCurdy, John where that a man could find, footthemselves. No attempt was FIRST CLASS SERVICE. cussed. But these dealers with the James ing, there was nothing but a mass made to meet Dillon's arraignment Mrs. T. A. Coylo, of Jefferson-vlll- Sullivan, Earl Whitehead, realities of evil will know how to of the past blundering policy of the of khaki-cla- d figures, some with left last week for Nashville, Jones, Robert Appleton. 4559. WEST MARKET STREET. handle the situation. What of Government which has driven Irish- where she was to join ,her daugh hats on, some smoking cigarettes, ANOTHER PRIEST CHAPLAIN. j some telling their heads devoutly, ter, Miss Mahel Coylo, those who die In the battle? There men to lose all confidence in others with their prayerbooks, oth Pbone City 3104 Uvlll bo tears forthem, but no call Gamb. South 2403s The Rev. Father Albert George ers just praying silently, devoutly, British statesmen. His Plea to corMisses Alice and Roberta Whela Their rect for pity over their fate. Wlcke, former associate Tector of Bard that policy even at this late were week-en- d (rnAvfa visitors at Amtnln Holy Trinity church, New Albany, reverently. Down an engine-rooSTdC. 6ouls will go straight to God. For day rt fl.nl.. hatch, some grimy coal passers had was ignored. We can only con- - Inmfl $Tia V who recently was recommended for a phonograph going with some one they are the seal and the earnest Misses Ora and Eva Gllkey. ciuue xnax ojioju veorge ana as- appointment as chaplain in the singing 'Joan of Arc, They Are of that which Is to come. To them 1130 SOUTH S7CVKNTH" ST. uulth intend to pursue the same f Mr. and Mrs. George Mulligan army has received a commission as Calling You.' This soon stopped, has 'been allotted, the supreme priv- suicidal policy Indefinitely. 'no 'pjuuuuiy w(ii and by the time the last gospel was "im. Mean have gone to Toronto, Canada, D - reached even those not of our faith ilege. ujamp zacnary For if they who have met whlln Where they are the guests rnt Prl!iln Inooa ttfa Mulllgan's mother, Mrs. T. of Mr.- lor- - assigned-t- wicke has Deen Tay- - were giving the services their undistaFatner to the full. In their own way, that MullIstrength that Ireland could give her gan. uoneu in. me oi. 'Aiicnaei s cnurcn vided attention. Then tho priest fln&l test, "Greater love hath no In tho struggle against Germany. at uoryuon ror ine past two years walked out on tho hrldge and , inarf than this, that he lay down She would apply Kentucky people sojourning In and has been active In the various preached on 'Over There," where Prussian methods his life for his friends." And it to Ireland while declaring lines nast week the cause that for the NowJ. York tha R. G. Wulf. wnrn county. of waT work In Harrison we were us,going, may happen to us is through them and by their sacE. beckons what O'Brien. J. L. freedom of all other small national- McBrlde and C. A. Bose, all of this That you apent for something you did not NEKD would have itarttd a and how we may come through It. rifice that the new world which Is ities. Conscription is dead, and city. weaving of all these things COLLIER JOINS FORGES. That his SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED to come shall be established In Into spiritual . sense was very imthe world can now see wby it is twics a year; There MAY COUK a time when yor "LAST DOLLAR" , 'righteousness, you may easily imagine. publisher of pressive Misses Anna Burke and Catherine Robert J. Collier, dead. The debate has brought out of has volunteered When ho finished must b spent for aemethlsR you DO NEED. The SAVING how o( the have reclearly the reason why Irishmen O'Hara. from New Albany,Indianapolis,- Collier's Weekly,Columbus Secretary again to the altar, speaking ho went as a Knights of a visit to PREJUDICE. turned and the mob of dellarcyon are wasting might keep feat "hard time" from ever catalog. distrust the promises of Liberal St. Mary's of the Woods and North and will take up war work in soldiers cheered and yelled and France. whistled and clapped their hands It seems strange that opposition politicians and refuse to he Prus- Vernon. and cried aloud In a manner that to prayer at any time should be sianized, "la bringing the real FOUR VACANT SEES. Feaman left no doubt that he had struck voiced by those who call themselves grievan6es of Ireland before the to Mrs. Laura Frank A.left Monday visit Mrs. a responsive chord in their hearts. Cannon at But we have among us American people the discussion has Owensboro, and from there will go Christians. Notwithstanding the recent ap- I glanced up and saw a 'broad smile some who are more afraid of ap- done good. The vote was a fore- to Morganfield and visit Mrs. Jo- pointment of Bishops, four sees in on his lace at this, but he gave no the United States still remain va- - other sign that ho had noticed. On proaching the Catholic church than gone conclusion. No one expected seph McCauley. his chalice was engraved "The Fifth and Court Place. of becoming out and out heathens. any other resuft Ureal Uritain ana , 4i,'fpanrt TJnmliln onrl T?o irro ,iira, triara HUUUUUVCO fcllU v, Children of Manhattanville, 1917.' I '. v.v ..UAJ oflatUlUl daughter. Miss Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. Strange what distorted views, preju- uer ames are ae ioers oy ine Engagement I wish I knew something of them, her THE KDLWOT. d ipollcy of her states- -' Henrietta Kelfor, to James Hubrlch. dice can give us even in these tryfor I would llko to write and tell f&asss them of the glorious' mass their ing times when love of country dic- men toward Ireland at this supreme The wedding will take place August "Somebody is always trying to gift made possible." IB In the parlors of St. Joseph's tates that every effort should be crisis in tha world's history. the joy out of life" has be- cnurcn. i take put forth to win the war, says the come a popular saying nowadays, HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATION. SURE DOES. Mr. and Mrs. James Norton and ; and it is as true as it Is popular, True Volee. , daughters, Misses Catherine, El-- 1 The Malevolent Order of Mourners Next Thursday, August 15, will The Rotary clubs of America President Wilson, it is well eanor representatives everywhere: be Elsie Norton, snent the haB of the Assumption of bare Inaugurated a "War Angelus" known, Is very friendly to Ireland, week-en- d and with their daughter and and these are always ready to the the Feast Virgin and a holyday Blessed Rebuilt and Used. which means that all people are and has often voiced his desire to sister, sister Mary Leonllda. at tnrow out a stnoKe screen wnen- of obligation. Wednesday will be HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ever there are indications that the a fasting day, but dispensation Invited to give one minute at 11 see the Irish question settled in- a Nazareth. All Makes. Paulsen and His Players rays of happiness are about to from abstinence is granted to all o'ejook each day to pray for the manner satisfactory to the majorMrs. Carolyn Huggins Is visiting brighten the lives of their neigh- working men and their families. J RENTED, Restaurant success of our arms. One would ity of the Irish people. Now It is her daughter, Cafeteria They are perniciously enerMrs. John A. Mc- bors. scarcely expect to find any opposi reasonable to suppose reMillan, and Mr. McMillan at Dav- - getic, and not content with ST. DOMINIC'S DAY. Merry Garden SOLD, Kiddyiand that the Last Sunday, Aueust 4, was the tion to that. But the name "An- President has "been ulng his' influ- ton, Ohio. Her son, Attorney Clem stricting their blighting activities to W. Husrzlnst. will 1nln httr flioro anil the preesnt they plan campaigns Feast of St. Dominic, and In accord Swimming Pool REPAIRED proved a tumbling hlock ence quietly to get gelus" ques- they will return together by motor, against future enjoyment the Irish At prea- - ance with the usual custom services an tion settled as a necessary war Dancing Hail Other Attractions a tor some who saw "in the plan ent they are conspiring against the' were conducted at St Louis Office Equipment Co. (insidious attempt, of the Catholic measure. Assuming Judge Will Shelley, who was In recurrence of the joys of Yuletide. church hy the Franciscan this to he the ' They want to put unsuspecting case, is it not probable New fathers. The INCORPORATED the Empire church to inveigle that the track York for returned home City i giving of Christmas a iban on the high mass and services consisted of a panagyrlc delivered meeting, gifts., Now If Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces the Protestants into "Romish" prac- German-Iris- h 125 Seuth Fourth Ave. plot Is nothing more by one of the Franciscan fathers. is one thing His daughter will Result: One minister pub- than a Tory Invention, designed to first of the week. time yet the guest i. there tnan another that people need tice. more remain ror some it is the ChristFor the next three weeks we are . DID KEYSTONE ACT licly voices his protest agaiast the turn the President from his pur- of Htlss Mary Winn, daughter of mas spirit, the disposition to make going to offer &U of our laces at a others happy, the 'realisation that "You're under arrest," exclaimed prayer and declares that he will pose? Looks like that, doesn't it? Col. Matt Winn, liberal discount. This offer is genu H. is more blessed LEADS 1TO3 WOULD. to give than to the Keystone officer, as he stopped lne, and it will pay our not join in It, Despite explanaMiss Mary King, daughter of Mr. receive, the feeling of pleasure at the automobile. Belfast, Ireland, boasts of the customers to write us tions there are still some who reThe holier than thou purity re and Mrs. Jerome Xing, of Ornish? the joy 'of others. It's a pity that biggest shipyard, the biggest to- our stock is complete. at once while inquired Chugging. "What for?" fuse to 'pray for our country lest formers of the Men's Federation avenue, Is spending her annual va- this sprrlt, to a very great extent, "I haven't made uv my mind yet. bacco factory, the 'biggest linen unwittingly aid the seem to be driven back to the test cation in Chicago, Kalatnasoo, De- confines its manifestation to the I'll just look over your lights, an' mall, the biggest rope works and they might troit and other points. $be is ac- Christmas holidays. It is to 1m de- your- license, an' your numbers, an' the biggest distillery in all the Rogers Church Goods Co. way. It is trenches by Catholic church la, ln- . companied 'by her ' Mrs. plored that Its benevolent influ- so forth. I know I can mt you for world. And With home rule Ireland! Aa ft strange situation. mt oourse the ' 4yttftW the wave of nubile 12 S. FOURTH AVE. a ' ence is not universally felt through- - somethtn'." 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Market and Jefferson LOUISVILLE KY. The Stars and Strlpe3 and beautiful service 'flag emblazoned with one gold and 126 blue stars were fittingly blessed and dedicated Sunday morning at Sacred Heart church, Seventeenth and Broadway. The solemn high mass was Bung by Rev. Patrick Walsh, the pastor, assisted by the Rev. Francis A. Missla, of St. Paul, as deacon, and the Rev. John J. Bonner, of 'Philadelphia, as subdeacon, the two latter ibelng chaplains In the United States army. Before the exercises Incident to the blessing of the service flag and the Stars and Stripes, suspended on either side of the sanctuary, Father Missla, who Is a member of the faculty of St. Paul's Seminary and St. Thomas Military College, delivered an Impressive sermon. His theme was "Rendering Service," and he emphasized that not only those who take up arms are called upon for service to the country but those who remain behind as well. Pointing to the service flag with its 126 stars, the speaker said: "These noble youths have gone from unong you to the battlefront, to risk their very lives and offer the supreme sacrifice, If necessary, that you and I may be free and that the principles of our glorious democracy may not perish from the earth, but what aro you doing to aid your Government and those directing lta affairs at this momentous time that now confronts you?" Father Missla impressed upon his hearers that there were many ways for those not called to the colors to render patriotic service to their country in its time of stress, and this should be ungrudgingly performed as a sacred duty to God and country. He declared that the war was a blessing and would so prove In making manly men of American youth, (which had shown a tendency to become effeminate, following ip the footsteps of the old civilizations that crumbled and decayed, marked as they had been by the epoch of freedom, glory and commercialism. Military training, he said, would inculcate purity and right living, and that these were blessings that would come iwith the war, and contribute to the further glory of our common country. In concluding he prayed that God hear our petition and bless our efforts, as the fulfillment of man's duty will bring eternal reward. Patriotic airs were rendered Dy the church choir and a children's chorus, concluding with the "Star Spangled Banner," sung by Miss Lillian Trudeau. The stars in the service iflag represent the following who have gone Into military and naval service from Sacred Heart parish: Carl E. Abell, Clifton J. Adolph, T. Belcrlein, Edward Edward Brady, James J. Brady, .Raymond C. Beecher, Fred H. Bonn, Robert James A. Burks, P. Brothers, Thomas Canary, Hamilton Clifford, Michael H. Curran, Robert Cahlll, William P. Cahlll, Joseph E. Robert Eckerle, Carl Flynn, Earl Flynn, Clifford Flynn, George Flynn, Horace French, Everett E. French, Thomas P. Flnnigan, ' Cornelius Gahafer, Henry Gahafer, Q. Glenn, Charles B. Gore, John Garln, William Greenwell, Earl Greenwell, Nathaniel J. Green, , Jo-Be- 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 oniy firms of known responsibility. In New York City on Tuesday for uie annual convention of tho order, at which the first general accounting of its stewardship of Catholic war activities was made public. The fraternal gathering, which continued for two days at the Waldorf-Astoriwas preceded by a high mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral, where Mgr. 'Lavelle, repreSentinel Thomas Noone. senting Cardinal Farley, who was 111, occupied tho throne, and the Right Rev. William T. Russell, DIVISION 4. Dishop of Charleston, S. C, delivMeets second and fourth Mondays. ered a patriotic sermon. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street James A. Flaherty, of Philadelphia, Supreme Anight, in formally President John J Barry. opening the convention, Vice President Mark J. Ryan. reviewed Recording Secretary Lawrence the achievements of the past year. D. Meany. Thus far, he said, $11, 569,529 had Financial Secretary Thomas J. been contributed and pledged to the K. of C. war fund. Langan, 734 West Oak street. Ho described the onain purpose of tho convention, Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s that of planning the campaign to Bernard raise $50,000,000 to carry on the Knights of Columhui war sirvice Sentinel M. J. McDermott abroad and in Avne; lean training camps. PERFECT FITTING The report of the Supreme Secretary, W. C JIcGIntey, was indiSPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES cative of the order's satisfactory growtn during the past twelve months, and the work that has been accomplished for American soldiers and sailors at home and abroad was regarded as marking "an p"3ch in - 0 the history of the Knights of A membership Columbus." of 389,331 In 1917 was shown to have grown to 416,255. Today there are 7,798 councils, an increase of fifteen. Death benefits paid during the year aggregated $1,026,346, the total paid since the date of the orOculists' Prescriptions. ganization being $10,948,051. Total SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY Insurance in force is now $136,721,-921818-182a, n. Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Walter Murphy. Secretary John Financial J. Broderlck, 1860 Portland avenue. Bocording Secretary John A. Martin. . Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Shee-haMartin First and third Fridays, Hlb&rnian and Insular possessions assembled Home, 0 LOUISVILLE CI)ANBHS Attiy JYJBIS INOOBTOXATND f LARGEST IN THE SOUTII. Mul-doo- n. NATIONAL HATTERS rxenxn fmvxdzjtt assgoxa incorporated. TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. a M 825 W. Jefferson St., Loulsvillo, Ky. wae organized by to mak Suits Pressed While You Walt. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phone City 1931 on furniture and other peraonal You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and eriy at LOWEST 3KATZ. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bldg-.-, and (Dallvnrod. Our Motto; 'HorvtrA 8.- - E. Cor. Third and JtStmi. Attention and Quality." Both Phones, 2ISI. well-knw- l4(i8.aal 4 rl SAM L. BOBERTSON KENTUCKY Homo Phone Shawnoo 803 Orcvu-XHCOBPOBATSD OD TO HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOB& Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty St. 2011 W. Broadway, Loulsvillo, Ky. 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A piece of cotton wool should be soaked in the oil and the toes, being A complete line of Fftraiture at applied bebwea Always the lewMt. faspt in plaoe with a bandage all privet Uwt LOUISVILLE,. KV. M-e 48S W. MARKET gUMKBUKMl. nlgHt. The one religious body in Britain, aside (from Christian Science, which has made definite progress during the war Is the Roman Catholic church. Interviews with its leaders, clerical and lay, show that the church is not only holding its own with its' own members and finding them responsive in ways affected by the war, so that masses and special prayer services for the soldiers are unusually well attended, but that It Is also winning hundreds of conpopulaverts from the NO WONDER nE'S SMART. tion. Especially among military To the in the army officers have the recruits come to the importance of the Catholic chap- the Catholic church. The priest lain is a mystery. He dresses In who has had most conspicuous suckhaki like the rest of the officors, cess as a missionary to tells me that these men (want but gets much more outward respect and appreciation from the to be spiritually right before they go to the front or, in a significant solmen. A curious dier, anxious to understand the number of cases, fbefore they return mystery, approached an Irish sol- to the front. They covet the sure did service. word of the church. dier and said: Voile Is a fairly new fabric for "13 it true that the Catholic lingerie, but has already gained a A MORMON ELDER. priest is a very smart man, Mike?" Arm prestige. "You bet he is," said Mike, smilThe draped skirt seems to bo Father McQualde, , the popular ing. "Why shouldn't he be? Doesn't ho study at school and col- chaplain of a well known San Fran- more popular for evening dresses lege all his life; then doesn't he go cisco regiment, was well occupied than is any other. The Oxford shoe has jumped to a seminary to study for four while waiting a few days at Camp rears longer, and then when he is Mills, 'L. I., before embarking for from tho for service style to the for Other regiments were dress occasion type. ordained' a priest, don't we Cath- Prance. without Catholic chaplains and Sandals aro the new note In Paris, olics tell him all we know." "No wonder he is so smart," said many of their young men, learning which we may expect "perhaps to see the questioner, as he walked away, of Father McQuaide's presence, vis- repeated on our own shores. ited him. At any and all hours smiling. American women are dcbpatlng they dropped in, almost invariably the abandonment of traditional day after hear- mourning, following France and for confession. One POTATO BUTTER. Potato ibutter is a new dish rec- ing many, Father McQualde was Great Britain. ommended iby the British Ministry conscious of the presence of another President Wilson gives cordial of Food as a cheap substitute for waiting soldier, and in his charac- indorsement to the black band 'and butter. It la made in England at teristic way he said, "Now, kneel gilt star as the highest tribute for a coat of less than ten cents a right here and bless yourself, my him who "went West." up Tho soldier looked pound as iollows: Peel the potatoes boy." and boil until they fall to pieces meekly and said, "I don't know WITH HEADS ONLY. floury. and become Then rub how. I am an elder in the Mormon through a fine sieve Into a wanned church," An Englishman and an Irishman basin fourteen ounces of potatoes who had rival businesses in Dublin and add two ounces, of butter or The sliver teapot can b pre- were always cracking up their re margarine and one teaspoonful of vented from getting musty while spective nationalities. One day the aft. Stir until smooth and then hot in ww by dropping a lump of Irishman went to London on busi.mold Into rotls'and keep in a cool sugar in it aftr it has ibMB cleaned ness. At the end of a fortnight bef p levee. land dried. returned. non-Cathol- ic non-Catho- lic cs non-Cathol- ic Charles J. Reilly, Joseph Reynolds, Michael Russell, Charles J. Ryan, Christopher Richter, William Rlch-teJohn C. Smith, Patrick Shay, William Shay, John Shay, James B. Shay, Charles E. Snyder, William J. Shaughnessy, James T. Strelble, Julius Trudeau, "Frank J. TIghe, Hary E. Tehan, Paul Ware, David J. .Whalen, James F. Whalen, Edward P. Whalen, John M. Whalen, Richard R. Yost, Leo Laux, William Pr Mulloy, C. J. Tehan, Hugh O'Bryan, Martin McNally, Walter F. Jurt, Charles Hessian, James B. Gilllgan, Herbert Settle, James M. Louis Baize, George W. Canary, Rudio, Harry J. Leonard, James Francis Riney, William O. Clifford, W. H. Clifford and Charles Clifford. The flags are the gift of the St. Vincent de Paul Society and loyal and patriotic citizens and members of the Sacred Heart congregation, and will hold their place until our boys return. The one gold star represents George E. McClellan. r, take into consideration the spir itual welfare of the iboys who aie fighting for us. ' The Catholic Church Extension Society is In position to .furnish a splendid outfit, complete in every detail and containing all the requisites ifor the celebration of holy mass. This outfit is small, being Just a little larger than the average child's school case; light In weight and may be carried conveniently by means of a shoulder strap, easily detached if the chaplain desires to carry the case as he iwould an ordinary suitcase. This outfit is being furnished to army and navy chaplains for flOO, and practically every chaplain who has already received one of these kits agrees that ho has seen nothing that can equal It. There Is many a chaplain In the army and navy who is still without one of these compact outfits. For tho sake of the boys who will derive the most good from them will you send your donation for the purchase of one of these chaplain kits? If you are not in a position to give $100, do not deprive yourself of tho pleasure of helping to buy one for an army or navy chaplain. Any donation toward the purchase of chaplain mass outfits will be most acceptable to the Catholic whose Church Extension Society, offices aro located at 750 McCor-mlc- k building, Chicago, 111. , for free distribution among American soldiers was made before delegates to the victory convention by William J. Mulligan, Chairman of the organization's Committee on War Activities. Mr. Mulligan reported that 75,000,000 cigarettes, two million pipes and 225,000 cigars have been purchased, as well as twenty tons of' milk chocolate, $55,000 worth of other candy and many other supplies. Mr. Mulligan said Knights of Columbus Secre taries' are joining at the rate of seventy-fiv- e a week, 225 having already reached France, while 475 are working In American cantonments. Plans are on foot, he added, for the establishment of service houses in New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, Tacoma and Seattle. Bishop P. J. Hayes, of Now York, presented the War Council with a check for $3,000,000, representing funds raised by the New York archdiocese in a recent campaign. In accepting the check the Supreme Knight said: "It is gratifying to know that the people of New Vork archdiocese, in supporting the Knights of Columbus war work so handsomely, gave practical and abundant evidence of their appreciation of our efforts for tho boys enrolled beneath the fighting banners of the republic. And I take a special and hearty pleasure in solemnly pledging the Knights of Columbus to maintain tho officiont stewardship they have established, and In thanking Cardinal Farley and every soul in the New York archdiocese not only in the name of the Knights of Columbus, but in the name of the thousands of boys who will benefit by the bountiful gift through the Knights of Columbus War Fund of which It now forms a substantial and very effective part." 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LOUISVILLE SAVINGS Phono City 4131 AND DEPOSIT BANK BERNARD FENZ Fourth and Central Avcnuo EVERYFOR YOUR GROCERIES Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and Satisfaction Deposits. A Genoral Banking Busi " " "441East Str Cauierlno J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. ' ' Home Phone City 2845 - BATH'S CAFE AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor 421 East Jefferson Street Residence 7108 GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Home Phone Parkway 350 Cumb. Phone South 2255-- Y ARTISTIC PRINTING TIIE ROSARY. Phone City 2923; CHARLES BALLSIAIER Many Catholics apparently are unaware of the fact that there are special indulgences for those who FIRST CLASS WORK Glvo This Office Your Next Ordeq WINNING CONVERTS. 317 W. GREEN ST. carry their rosary with them al- PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND ways. Aside from the Indulgences, Telephone City 946 SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty however, it Is a wise practice for Catholics always to have their boads with them, because there are any ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. number of times when you can say them when you have nothing else We Will EXCHANGE your old model for to do, if you have them in your pocket. It is not necessary to take a NEW TYPE FAN. them out and conspicuously display them to recite them. We know a CO. traveling man for instance who freINCORPORATED Clt 3 PHONES quently on trains, going1 from one M,I03 333 WEST MAIN STREET place to another, takes his beads and recites them as he holds them in the pocket of his coat. Others say their beads at night as they $ 8.60 Thet tires are all first ffuarantea walk along the lonely roads or 30x3 Thermold PI. CI 8.95 atook, with name and aerial number atCL streets. In fact the number of 30x3 Thermold Ws. CI 10.96 tached. 30x3 Thermold PI. places in which you can say the 32x3 We solicit a call to lnspeot oar (took - 12.2E Thermold PL Ss 12.95 at both stores. Rosary inconspicuously, but none 32x3(2 Thermold Ns. Ss PHONES the less efficaciously, are as numerMain Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, ous as the positions and conditions 460 S. riPTH ST. Main 1039 under which any man or woman QSSRetail Branch Incorporated S. THX8D ST. finds himself or herself. 3 .t : $ ,, ; $ : ! : 4 Srre your hoys an eanoatlon that Kill FOR WOJIAN'S BYE. prepare them for life. Just now separate vesta are very ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ii much the fashion. Many will abandon the "mourning 112 "W. Broadway, toalsTille, JCy. veil and wear the gold star. Conducted by the Xaverian Brother. Business and Scientific Coming clothes indicate that our Classical,Preparatory Department, Large Courses, women have gone into uniforms Swimming Pool, Well Equipped GymnaThis year conditions havo made sium. Terma moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. the summer wardrobe more tardy thun ever. 10c High. 375 PHONES A prominent shoe style authority East 903 says the pump is no longer to bo considered. J. 5c Novelty serge for the very degive splen sirable pleated skirt will 230 East Market Street Between Brook and Floyd f"jL CHIXDERS ELECTRIC FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. , I ,1, I SMOKE Lady Dash Little L Cigars ITARPY'S Best JOHN M. SCHMITT 2228 Bardstown Road Hade! Blacksmith and Wagon Builder TfTTTTTttT Rubber Tiring. McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn Mowers and Rakes. A full line of repairs. iiik:ic Bardstown Road Garage. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING W. Jlgr C07 o W. Center Feurth and Jttterst CORNSJ3UNIONS tofrewfeg Md Ahwrmtl Nails "Well," cried the Englishman, "what do you think of my countrymen, eh?" "Well, sure, I didn't see very much of them. I was mostly with my own countrymen all the time. You gee, my business w&a ill done with the heads o' departments." Sclflctty TrwM Dr. Uriah Z. Litsey Chiropodist Stark BtailJUi Betk ""sjas Pkets S.( jecErarciOB:v HIBERNIANS. r -- - Aj&ftj&RicxajEtt.. the Trinity ItASEHALL MOONLIGHT. of KMUIITS ! IHEFMAN STRAUS SONS J The association Is composed of the baseball backers of the Trinity team of the Twin City League, and and fans are esDivision 4 will meet Monday and Twin City players to be Initiation free for the fourth depresent. pecially Invited Division 3 next Friday night. 5 For the young miss who Amellng's Jazz hand will render the gree Is now $20. J. Ray Johnson Is filling the bill The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., musical programme. wears a size from 1 1 to will spend tomorrow on the ColumManager Moore and Capt. Car-rar- o as managing editor of tho war news service. 2 we are showing a Shoe bia river. are the Committee of ArrangeNominations for officers for the A euchre and lotto will bo given ments and they guarantee a pleasof extraordinary qualby Division 3 on Tuesday evening, ant time to their guests. next year will now afford interest , everywhere. August 27. ity When Utlca Council opened Us If the Hibernian ball team wins TWIN CITY LEAGUE. I now cvmnaslum them wast a naradn tomorrow the pennant flag Is City during the evening. j? pretty nearly assured. Tho contest In the Twin Last week tne order subscribed President John Riley, of Division League for tho pennant was nar3, urges the members to carry the rowed down to two teams Sunday for ?2,500,000 worth of tho last when the Hibernians won out over Issue of treasury certificates of inbanner till the hoys come home. County President John Hennessy the Vernon Club In a 10 to 1 con- debtedness. Father A. A. Dinand, chaplain at wants the rooters out In full to- test, the feature of the game being of C. the all around work of Harper for Camp Lewis, Ore., has been premorrow for the A. O. H.-the winners, while Jackson starred sented a new roadster by the K. of gamp. Brown, Black or Patent, C. club losers. The won the Tim for the to the tio for K. of place by C. Rudy Sommers on first orO'Leary prize Sunday, while Harper, held Button or Lace. For hundred nuns and 150 heating Mackln in an exciting conO'Loughlln and week AT other ball team Linton received the test, the final score being 5 to 4. phans picnickedaslastguests at Krug NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED prizes. of the There are only two more games to Park, Omaha, The Hamilton County Board of bo played and the winners of the Knights of Columbus. the Ladles' Auxiliary held its Hlbernian-K- . re Last week 1C6 candidates of C. game tomorrow monthly meeting Monday night at will come pretty near copping: the ceived the third degreo at Utlca, N. tho Hotel Gibson, Cincinnati. pennant Tho schedule for tomor- Y. The council there is one of the row Is as follows: Vernon vs. Trin- largest In the country. See John Hennessy, James with ity, Champs vs. Mackln and A. O. or Mike McDormott Tho Knights of Columbus hut at your donation for the ball team H. vs K. of C. The standing to Camp Syracuse has been opened. It prizes to be awarded tomorrow. 417-41- 9 date: it located right in the center of FOURTH AVE., LOUISVILLE. W Pet. things and has already leaped into L New York will hold no State con2 .778 popularity. 7 vention this year. Eighty divisions Hibernians 2 .778 7 Flaget Fourth Degree Assembly voted for postponement until next K. of C 6 Vernon .667 will furnish tho K. of C. recreation year and five for the convention. 3 4WQQQW$Q&$Q4&fr$&i&Q&S&&&$&&$&$4QQ&fyQQtt 5 5 .500 hall at Fort Thomas with a constant President Frank Murphy says the Mackin 6 3 .333 supply of smoking tobacco for tho annual picnic of tho Milwaukee Hi Trinity o 10 .000 soldier boys there. bernians will be of war slgnlnlcance Champs enand that previous affairs will bear President Wilson officially TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS no comparison. dorsed the "Knights of Columbus Coney Island Week Drive," begin Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Syracuse ' TVjUiii9 suffored a distinct loss by the death ning August 26. The resort will be turned over to tho Knights. of Mrs. Johanna Murray Dwyer, a BBBBBBBBBBBBBBsKfvHHfiSbE member who stood high with all building The new ssssssssssssssF 'W9H?:imM erected by the five-stor- y When you buy Purniture you should classes in that city. Knights at Butte, Mont., Is now ready for occupancy. The annual Irish day outing of buy the kind that is made to give It is a credit to tho city. Tho the Ladles' Auxiliary will bo the away with trading stamps or cheap, only Hibernian affair held in Instructure Is modeled after the Flordianapolis entine typo and cost $125,000. NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES gramme this year. The protrashy premiums. We do not handle for the occasion will be atX trading stamps, but good Purniture, Cartractive and elaborate. ILVYES THE LATEST. FOR GIRLS' WEAR. A Jackie band of 100 pieces from pets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. a Johnny Hayes, who a few years tho Great Lakes naval training staago swept across the athletic sky tion will play for the Milwaukee as a star of tho first magnitude Hibernian picnic on August 17. Twenty-fiv- e girls will dance Irish when he won the Marathon race at I jigs and reels and community singJ the Olympic games In London, Is 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. ing will stir the Trlsh heart. anxious to do "his bit" In the war by serving as a Knights of Columbus Secretary overseas. Until 1908 CHANGE OF IJONDS Hayes, clerking in a New York 'I ' department store, had done nothing The issue of registered bonds of S SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. to signalize himself. Ho was a the Third Liberty loan has proffK&FV") .1 ISBBBBBliM good clerk, selling ribbons by day gressed so far that transfers and Hundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's exchanges of registered for coupon runs and training In by night. Then came the Olympic worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savines bonds will bo made until August 15. games, and Hayes became a worlddeposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1,000 members. The registry books will be closed wide celebrity when he was first on the later date In order to prepare to break the tape In tho famous checks for Interest payments on Marathon. Incidentally he woro the September 15. Bonds may be precolors of the Athletic sented during such period for transClub, Now York City. It was tho fer or exchange, but such transac iirst Marathon in the Olympic games tion will be effected after September 65c ever won by a runner from this 2 1- -2 Lbs. 15 and the September intorest paid country. Young Hayes bore his BEN VOOR. to whomever was holder of tho A OCrrEE THAT IS XHOWX TOX ZZ8 FX2TB OTTF bonds on August 15 modestly, accepting tho triCoupon bonds Former slugger in the Twin City honorspaid him gratefully, QTALTTT. presented after August 15 for ex League and active member of St. butes but never change for registered bonds should Vincent de Paul's church. .Now forcing himself into the limelight of havo tho Septemher interest coupon lining 'em out In the soldiers' base- publicity unless he was called upon to do so. Importer and Jloastor of High Grade Coffee, Bold detached; the registered bonds is ball games over In France. What he liked to do best of all sued upon such exchange will bear Direct to Consumer. was to train young runners so they Interest from September 15. aw w.jhsjucst st. aeuiKvixaa, xr. DEATHS. JIECENT some day might bring additional Return thla advertisement with remittance and we glory to tho ranks of American FJjAQ FOR. THE ROYS. Post, all charges prepaid. Mrs. Anna Talt, Widow of Will- runners. His advice, as director of will ship Coffes by Parcel K. I. A. oldiam Tait and physical training, has been sought Sunday morning there was an est residents, one of Louisville's passed into eternal by many and ho Is now engaged in unusually large attendance at St. test Tuesday morning, Her funeral supervising the training of students Mary's church, Eighth and Cedar, to took place from chapel Bergen, N. J., under the HOLLBNBAOn'S witness the dedication and blessing Thursday morning Barrett's requiem at North of WINE HOUSH THE PHIL. HOLLENBACH CO, with direction tho Board of of a service flag for the boys of mass at St. John's church. Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. INCORPORATED that church who are now serving In tho army and navy. Rev. Father Importer and Dealer in Distillers Of Miss Anna Moroney, aged fifty-si- x CLUB UNFURLS FLAG. Westermann, the pastor, conducted anany years an esteemed and OLD PORTUNA SOUK MASH WINES AND LIQUORS tho ceremonies, which were solemn- resident for Lolusville, died Tuesday of Tho Columbia Athletic Club unized with high mass. The forty "HOLLKNBAOH" PUBB RYB residence of her nephew, furled a beautiful service flag Tues- Home144 South Third Streot stars on the 'flag represent John at theMoroney, Phone 1191 Ixmlrdlle, X IH W. Mala St. 2641 West Ken day night at the club house on John Miller, Raymond Nltzken, Henry tucky streot. Her funeral took NItzken, Nicholas Hosier, Raymond place Thursday morning with re- East St. Catherine street. A large Bosler, Henry Deddens, Herman quiem high mass at St. Charles number of members and their friends wore present, and the exerDeddens, J. B. Alberts, G. B. Al- Borromeo church. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. cises were patriotic and interesting. SECOND AND BRECKINRIDGE, berts, William Ferry, Victor Hackel, President Ben Beckman ' Introduced j Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and Edward Lepplng, Clifford Fleltz, Knobel, aged twenty-n- the speakers, and to the families of Mrs. Mamie Teaches John Black, Andrew Glass, W. J. ine, beloved wife of Ben Knokindred subjects. O'Leary, William Hlldebran, John bel, died Monday aftornoon at her soldier and sailor members it was ii ii year round. Our system Is right; our Fuelthoelter, Aug. Krapp, Carl Hill. demonstrated that the Columbia Day and Night classes tho home, 406 South Twentieth street, Athletic Club is with and behind prices ore right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. and the news spread a pall of gloom OUTGROWS QUARTERS. among her many friends. Besides them to tho last man. J. D. GREAGER, Prin. her husband she leaves a son and DID COURTEOUS ACT. Tho St. Helen's her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry two yeais ago and Otto. Club, founded Her funeral took place The Catholic Columbian in Its now recognized as one of the lead- Thursday imornlng from St. An- report of the opening of tho K. of ing young women's clubs of Louis- thony's church. C. building Ohio, at Columbus, la Where work Is quickly ville, owing to Its large memberthe bom Where makes to ship, now nearly 500, which has Sunday afternoon the funeral of the late this pleasantSt. reference Bodone; brightest; Prior at Louis been meeting in the community John J. Murphy was held from the cooking seemi room of St. Helen's Commercial Cathedral, where he had been a rland's: Where tho work U II 3 I Wm Where fun; I "Father Crowley, O. P., did the real lightest; College, must seek larger quarters member 'from boyhood. Deceased courteous act gracefully NONE PURER NONE BETTER in the The was fifty-tw- o years old and was en- closing speech at the K. of C. openbaking gives de- for its monthly gatherings. Is Where the raeI Where assembly hall in Presentation Acad- gaged in the tailoring business here light; ooked best; ing programme on Wednesday, when emy building Where drudge is rat of Its acceptancehas been tendered and until appointed 'to take charge of ho thanked tho Catholic Order of Where the range staBdj will be acted on ,at Government work at the Quartersight Foresters, the Ancient Order of Hithe test the next meeting. master's Depot In Jeffersonvllle. bernians and C. W. W. ' R. A. for tike That's where the where That's he made substantial offerings during the past Generous and affable, "Quick Meal" "Quick Meal" comes RETURNS TO ST. XAVTER'S. friends readily, and by them his six months in the religious welfare CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, IB. death Is sincerely mourned. He Is Benjamin, survived by four sisters, Mrs. Cllf worir at the barracks. The Itov. Brother Quick Meal Gas Raaftea Sold, Installed aad Highly Recommended President of St. Xavler's College, Allhands. of Sellersburg, Ind.: Mrs. ANNUAL ELECTION. has returned from San Francisco, Ella Moran and Mrs. John Clancy, whero ho attended the national con- of Louisville, and Mrs. Graham, of BOTH PHONES The annual eloction of officers of Home City 1389 Cum I). Main 1389 vention of the Catholic Educational San Diego. St. Helen's Club will Association. Brother Benjamln'8 take place at the regular meeting address on high schools for boys His many friends and acquaint E. H. NIEHAUS, J. Ml DOUGHERTY, Vice Prts. L L LANNING, PRES. was given close attention and his ances wore greatly shocked Monday next Monday evening. At this meetPope and Payne and A Sts. Elevator Kiln Office-F- irst and Mapwlla Fiftieth ap afternoon when It became known ing it will also be determined suggestions received marked City 510 Highland 1462 S. lOSSY Ctty 3101 S. 96BY whether the annual motor trip of proval upon all sides. that Thomas R. Gllchrwt had Ifallen tho club will have for its destinavictim to the excessive heat at the tion Nazareth Academy or CHAPLAIN'S RECEPTION. Company. Tom Flnzer Tobacco HARVEY-JELLIC- O lived a useful and exhad There will bo a reception to tho Gilchrist life and was held In high FIFTEEN YOUNG PRTESTS. members of tho present chaplain emplary by all with whom he ever (INCOnPOItATKD) school of Camp Zachary Taylor at esteom INCORPORATED 111 Tho ordination of tho largest the meeting of tho Knights of associated. He resided atleaves West one class in the history of St. Mary's Drecklnrldge street and Columbus next Wednesday evening, son, James J. Gilchrist. For eight FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. Seminary, Cleveland, will take place Rev. Father Fealy to act as lecturer, years tho deceased had been chief on September 14. Fifteen young THE DISTRIBUTORS OF and an address on "Over There" LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A deand "Glimpses of Europe During engineer at tho County Jail. his fu- men will take the priest's vows In vout and practical Catholic, St. John's Cathedral. Their ordinaWar Time" will be given by Rev. neral was held Wednesday morning Patrick O'Neill, who has been at the from St. Charles Borromeo church. tion has been advanced six months because of tho urgent call for war front. chaplains, whose places it Is necesAll coal sold at Government prices. sary to fill as quickly as possible. CROWDS AT FERRY. WILL RESIDE IIERE. Late News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing Tuesday evening, dancing, music Members Here and the Past Week General and refreshments to be features. News Notes. Council Y. M, I. Athletic Association will Entertain with a moonlight excursion on the steamer Pilgrim next The members 8 IMUMBHS 1 I Shoes for The Kiddies Best Kinds Are at "The Boston." ( We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS at 3.50 I See These Before Buying the Next Pair $6.45 $7.45 $10 79c Mc-Tlg- he White Shirts and Blouses edifjeeaiefetajf nt 83 60c $1,001 Bank bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK' ruimiuKE JAMES GREENE BE SURE TO CALL FOR I f J Mm m t Liberty Insurance TEMPORARY QUARTERS mmi iffm mB3m HlbBs&iUHiiflBH Mm WMt 3HB long-distan- ce Mulloy's New Blend Coffee For Irish-Americ- an JOHN M. MXJIvIvOY McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. HB H. HcKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, fiy, 4 a. Book-keepin- g, ' DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT !- I Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Km r yv - BEER i I Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure. I GEHER & SON, w. ma&5et st Sec.-Tre- QXJAIIODY High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Place your next order with us. Terms cash. WORLD'S LARGEST CROSS. Sufferers from the extremely hot weather have ifound relief at FonCardinal Farley has been asked taine Ferry Park, which has been Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common to come to Poughkeepsle, N. Y., to dally crowded with thousands P. BAMNOH, JR., Vice Pns. and Trail. U. ). BANNON, PnsWwtMd Maiugtf. the refreshing ibreezes from bless what is believed to bo tho Dae to the treat demand we are bow BOTTLING COMMON the Indiana Knobs. The outdoor at- largest cross in the world, which tractions have been taxed by the has been erected in St. Peter's and It you have tried the rest get the BEST. feet PHONES It Is thirty-fou- r Ferry patrons and tho splendid bill cemetery. ville. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. in tho theater has been witnessed above the ground and imbedded In which is by full houses. Next week's bill la a concrete foundation CARE FOR OUR BOYS. e a "hummer," and if tho warm about ten feet deep. e Sewer and Calvert Pipe, IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE blocks fastened to a steel letters from two French nuns weather continues the Ferry will BaHBea's Patent Lidded Pise for Steam Conduits, frame wero used In Its construction. telling of tho care being given to doubtless draw record crowds. Wall (Vinlnrf- rirain Tito. Vttrlfiad Mrlett. Si ..- -.. r1 the American soldiers In France DAILY OARTRTOGE OUTPUT. Preefiag, Flae LialBtj, Fire Brlcfc GIVEN THE nABIT. have been received by the American iFire fund for French wounded at Its Grate aad Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. On ono day in June last approxiFloyd of New York beadquartors. Miss Stella Navlllo, The nuns ? nPPICP 8.V1 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. letter contained messages of grati- Knobs, Ind., was one of five young mately 27,000,000 cartridges of vatude to this country for its partici- women Just received Into tho order rious descriptions were produced in pation in tho war and assurances of the Sisters of St. Francis at the the United States manufacturing PHONES CITY 573.17S6, CUMB. MAIN 507. tho mother house in Syracuse. that INCORPORATED WORKS-Thirtee- atli BreelciAridile ami Ninth aad MainoU. 2 nursedtho American as wounded are solemn "high mass was sung by The plant3 for The United States Govern aad or dally output the meat as carefully the French PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KYt Very Rev. Leo Greuiich, o. m. u. j cartridges is now o,uuu,uuu soldiers; IP. .jj - COAL CO. PHST t4e)eX MS CO. SERVICE BANNON PIPE - CO. Margaret McAullffe, Miss of Brazil, Ind., and Lieut. James Hal-steaZachary Taylor, of Camp wero married Sunday morning by tho Rev. J. B. Dolaney, of St. Bartholomew's church at Columbus. Tho couple will reside at Louis d, Falls City Beer Granite-concret- - f I OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER tttWHI)eBfatftf JOHN F. OERTEL CXX 1 . t