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Kentucky Irish American 7. he addressed to us two letters of consolation designed for you." In his Lenten tmstoral of 1916 Cardinal Mercler says: "Our Holy Father showed me the most touching kindness. During the many hours I had tire consolation of spending in his august presence ho comforted, illuminated and encouraged me paternally. In an inscription traced by his own hands, beneath his portrait which he gave me, he writes: 'To our reverend friend, Cardinal Mercler, wo give the apostolic blessing with all our heart, assuring him that wo are always with him, and that we share his grief and his anguish, Inasmuch as his cause is our cause.' " In an interview which the Pope granted M. Laudet, editor of the Paris Revue Hobdomadaire, in Juiy, 1915, His Holiness said: "At the beElnninc of tho bombardment of the Cathedral of Rhelms we charged tho Cardinal Archbishop of Cologne to convey our protest to tho Ger conuemn man Emperor. l strongly the martydom of the poor Belgian priests and so many otner horrors on which light has 'been cast." The absurdity of his charge that the Holy Father was rebuked by President Wilson needs no further refutation than the following from Joseph P. Tumulty, Secretary to the President, who writes: "There is no foundation in fact for tho statement that the President took such action as is attributed to him by Auguste C. Babize." goodness ICE CREAM 430 S. Eighth St. Wholesale and Retail Homo Phone City 7075. HARMON'S VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAV, AUGUSf 17, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ' MATRE Refutes Wild Charges Mado by Editor ol tlio Investment News. Silly Pamplilct on Popo Benedict, the Uun and Pcnco IRELAND Viscount Bryco Says There Need Bo No Fear For Homo Itulo. English Democracy Hasn't Any Intention of Going Back , On Propaganda It.. Makes False Statement Concerning Action of President Wilson. CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS People Must Get to Understand Each Other More Completely. HAS BEEN TOO MUCH DELAY ... WAS In different gatherings of DemoEnglish The thlid school for army chapViscount Bryce, the . S. G., Nacrats the subject of Senator Ollle Anthony Matre, statesman and diplomat, has Just lains closed during tho week with James' illness comes up for dlseUJH given the London press the followtional Secretary of the Catholic Of 192 commissioned Lieutenants. sion, there being many views pro ing expression upon Irish affairs: Federation of the United States, this number sixteen were Catholic and con as to what effect it would with Auguste C. Babize, events in tho tragic history Few takes issue priests. Tho Knights of Columbus have on tho Democratic party in of Ireland during the last six years of the Investment News, who has workers at the Camp regret the gothe event his illness proved fatal so deep a personal an editorial and is cirpublished have excited ing of these men, who have added between now and the November regret as the death of John Redculating a pamphlet entitled: "Pope 6o much, to the success of the war All agree, that Gov. Stan-leelection. dignified and and Peace ProBenedict, the Hun mond, whose wise, activities while here, as on last would be the logical man to C. Babize, who patriotic attitude at tho outbreak paganda." Auguste Sunday they assisted at twenty-seve- n carry the party banner and there Investment of tho war secured for him tho Is also President of the masses Inside the "lines." seems to be no question but that announced CHARITIES CONFERENCE. same" respect and confidence from Service Company, has They will be sent to Franco at an the party governing power, the the whole people of England as he himself as a candidate for the early date, and can be counted Committee, would RECENT D1$ATHS. Preparations for the holding of had long received and had well dehas State Central United States Congress (he upon to do their best In their new agree with popular opinion and since withdrawn his name). Babize the fifth biennial meeting of the served in Ireland, and from those work. deep select the Governor. long exupon national conference His of Catholic everywhere who knew his uprightFriends and relatives feel makes charges which reflect Pope Tho now school will start on charities at the Catholic University, ness and courage. His death a few sympathy for George ' and Helen perience at Washington, his active the earnest efforts made by August 26, when the largest number 18, months ago has been a terrible loss Becht, 949 Ellison Savenue, whose Interest lu patriotic welfare and Benedict XV. with regard to the Washington, September 15 to that will report. It is expected All of of home was mado desqlate Sunday by close association with tha ruling establishment of a Just and lasting are approaching completion. confer- - to both countries. Thinking about seventy priests will enroll ln peace. Bablzo charges that Cath- those in attendance at the what ho might have done wero ho tho death pf their Infant daughter powers at Washington would make f" the next class. on tho university Funeral services were him the Ideal selection as Kenolics are disappointed and discour- ence will livecost not to exceed 1. still among us, we are all the more Eleanor. During tho week Vicar General by th'e letter, published a held Monday afternoon at St. Vin tucky's Senator. There la none iby the attitude of the Pope; grounds at a aged touched Foley visited the camp and spoke expect I. ew. peomore fitted and none more agree$2.25 per day. Those hia that Cardinal "Mercler and the sym- to attend tue conierencewho urgeu.for daya ae0 ln whlcll juroealdaugh- - cent de Paul's'church, at tho 9 o'clock inass at the audi.,, are able to all Democrats than Gov-onxnfiRt received little for ple of Belgium torium, which was crowded to tho names and predict that if Sunday afternoon iho last solemn Stanley. Some pathy from the Pope; that Presi- to send their the earliest make res- friendship and good will "between The Vicar General seemed doors. possible the peoples of rites over the remains of MIchaol events turn out as outlined above stunning rebuke ervations at the two islands. She dent Wilson give a pery well pleased with the local date. This is asked in order that seems to 'fear that the present crisis O'Malley were held Jat St. Cecilia's Gov. Stanley would then appoint to the Pope. activities, and" especially at the atcomThe deceased was forty-si- x Judge R. W. Bingham to servo the As a reply to these charges We adequate preparations offor tho in at- has brought a danger that tho old church. tendance at the numeorus masses. those years old and was a wfdely short term, that is until next dimade fort and convenience misunderstandings which once glye place to the statements Tho Improvements on Nos. 2 and tendance may be mado ln advance vided the peoples may reappear. known resident of the West End. March. by Babize and the statements made of police. 6 buildings are comploted and tho the meeting. At "all of the gen- Perhaps she does not fully realize His health had been falling for old near Slayor Smith, he's efficiency of the Koystono Poor by parties accused, and will ask the are now double special meetings of the some tlmo and death" was not un- off again, and now ho Is trying to As we said boforo, you. can hardlv accommodations originally, although reader to judge whether Bablze's eral and the bearings of war con- that ever since Gladstone adopted expected. they were Col. conference or flimflam the public Into blaihoworn, Petty for looking tired what large enough to caro for tho convince $ the policy of homo rule tho hulk of accusations are Justified. and we are willing to not problems will believing that we have a police and Concerning jPopo Benedict and ditions on relief hoped thereby bo the English people have had a far a to better appreciation of Irish chardiscussed. It is ternoonj funeral serv- force. First Chief Pretty tried to help invent his" goqa excuse ror tho men who spend their evenings at Sunday af Catholics his pamphlet says: "There bring to expression tho now policies Building No, 5 Colonel or friends to shake the local camp, acter and a truer comprehension ot ices over the remains, of Airs. Wini- stop criticism of his motormen and himself loose from the Keystone on Hess lane and Popular Level Is hardly a country in the civilized that aro appearing in Catholic- re- the grounds of Irish discontent than fred Farraher were held at St. Pat- conductor police by saying that if world today where Itoman Cath- lief work in view road will be under roof this week exof the ricks church. MrspFarraher was you talked about thorn you were aggregation. These olics do not predominate. and tho tent will then be moved to by the they had fifty or sixty years ago. Up till 188 there was a markod for many years a resident of LouIs-vill- e aiding the Kaiser. Paul Burllngame, Catholics are not only dis- traordinary conditions created Roman the new tented section on Preston-stredistinctive ORPHAN FIONIO REPORT. and was held jln high" esteem the Mayor's Secretary, then tried appointed and discouraged, but war. Since, however, work has opposition 'between the large maroad, where mass will be Catholic in war distraught 'because of the attitude assumed effort proportions, arrange- jority of Irishmen on the one hand by her friends and Selghbors. 'She the same tactics ln a talk before This will vast Messrs. Al S. Smith, Thomas D. celebrated next Sunday. church, Benedict ments have been made with tho and the still larger majority of was the mother Of Mrs. John Burke, the Optimists' Club, saying the of the head of the relievo tho congestion at building no doubt Benedict National Catholic War Council to Englishmen on tho other, because 1837 Bank street, jrhere she ad Keystoners were wonderful patriots. Cllnes, George H. Naber, Edward No. 3, whore the attendance XVI. (meaning has Next tho Clerk of the Police Court, F. Etherldge and M. A. McGee, been so very large at the four both the great English parties had been making her home. XV.). Representative of the Prince devote some sessions of the C deMonroe, put in his oar, saying that Auditing Committee of tho Cath- grounds on of Peace, in direct line the representa failed to understand the masses. Joseph Haesoley,'itfagedi--.twentyi- 'J were bringing in rulo was scendant "of Peter, the foeloved tives ot tne council on aims ana which the-- claim Tfourth 6f, July colored Secretary,.haa.. Faith, organization in Catholic war work. based- - Since 1886 a sentiment of nine, died Tuesday night at his oodles of money to the Police Court, picnic, report disciple, Defender of the a nei prom oi 'ot fiien at home, 2044 Frankfort avenue. He but never explained why so many $10,837.53, the general expenses "been added to the staff eloquently dis In this manner all who aro present 'sympathy for Ireland has been Pone Benedict while was the son of Peter Haeseley, who negro gamblers who knew "Mr. being only $4443.85. Of the Liberty tho No. 4 building, which inmakes coursing of peace has lifted neither at the conference will. gain an in- - stron ln ihe Liberal party, and is tho three colored Secretaries He have his powerful voice nor his finger to sight into Catholic war work as a n?w by notmea cn.flnel to the died about five months ago. two Chesley" didn't Mayor to pay. Now bonds disposed of in connection Knights of Columbus work here. comes the near ,s n1ow m?B is survived by his mother, and makes a with the picnic the one awarded to The men at this building are fine check or denounce the barbarous whole, in addition to the advantage klberal party. Th,e an in of discussing relief problems. thB bulk of Englishmen in all the brothers and two sisters. Funeral mess of it. Last fall Smith in his Dr. H. D. Rodman was generously entertainers and have no trouble atrocities perpetuated vaded countries by the Hun." three parties a wish to go as far services were held Friday morning speeches, which wero quoted in given hack to the orphans, and an- passing the time after mess each as possible to meet and satisfy the at St. Joseph's church, where he cars, on fences and public places, other was turned Into St. Mary evening. Refutation of the foregoing is CARDINAL GIBBONS. The vaudeville shows said the police force was TOO BIG Magdalene's branch. made by the Catholic Federation, desire for a largo measure of Irish had been a regular attendant. Tho commitcolored troops are atand one of his first acts would be tee also wishes to acknowledge the given by the number of the officers It Is not too which gives voice to Catholic sentiVnttnviinv tna fim AfMoMi nnni- tended by a forty-twto reduce It In size, Intimating that handsome donation made by the John W. Nugent, aged ment as follows: "The 'Catholic wmrv nr rnrrtinni Rihhnw mo- -' much to say that the question of and men from other quarters, and a big force for number of years connected Federation of the United States, secration as Bishop. Fifty years borne Tule is now a question not with athe Sixth district police as a the Democrats kept Now listen for congregation ot St. Denis's church their boxing bouts are tho star atto on the Oane Run road, who gathpolitical reasons. voicing the sentiments of eighteen will have passed since August 16. "olWBt!U l" LW" isiuuub, um uue died Sunday this. Taking his turn to apologize ered together and sent to the coun- tractions of the cantonment. million Catholics at its last conven- 1868, when as Father Gibbons in between two sections of the Irish mounted policeman, On Thursday evening Miss LilCity, said: the Cathedral of Baltimore, where people one section desiring and night at his home, 931 South Jack for the Keystoners, the near Mayor try store a whole truck-loa- d tion, held In Kansas of pro- lian Treaudeau sang her way into Catholic Federation of the he had been baptized, raised to the the other rejecting wnajt the major- - son street, after a long illness of Issued an official statement Monday visions. 'The the hearts of the new men at buildUnited States reverently and Joy- priesthood, and at whose altar he "j u' cuuvuuuuu recumiucuueu, cancer of the stomach. Since leav- ln which he brags that the police ing No. 3, whero the usual high fully acclaim the action of our has offered up the holy sacrifice of This ought to be better known in ing the police force Nugent has department is larger by seven men, CHAPLAINS GRADUATED. class show was given. Walter BarHoly Father Benedict XV. the mass, ho was consecrated other countries, as well as more been in tho employ of tho L. and or 386 in number today. The poor Most rett Is another local singer who Is N. railroad. He is survived by a old near Mayor needs a Secretary proposal, of a basis for the Bishop. Still tho golden Jubilee ot realized in Ireland, than Is in his Among the priest chaplains who much appreciated by his brother to keep tab on his campaign utterof peaco between the the episcopacy of the Cardinal will, 'be case. Miss Redmond need not widow and four children. negotiation training at Camp eoldlers, and Jess Willing and Forances and his statements now so as finished their we mark not be celebrated until tho latter therefore fear any return to warring nations; and that tho great deal of do Herbert W. Borland, beloved hus- to keep him somewhere near the Zachary Taylor this week and re- rest Thompson overathe camp. with pardonable pride the accord part of October, when hundreds of unfortunate' conditions of fifty agreement priests and prelates from this and years ago, when mistrust and ceived commissions Thursday wero entertaining all band of Mary Borland and son of tine of consistency. between the articles of Secretary Tom Kennedy, who has Giving up the Job of trying' to the Rev, Fathers John J. Bonner, of Robert and Rosella Borland, died offered by the Supreme Pontiff and countries, membeis of re-- picion were strangling the two Saturday at Camp Zachary Taylor, explain why the garbage is not be- Philadelphia; Joseph II. Boutin, been at building No. 2 since Bill formerly the tentative suggestions orders and congregations, Pies. These conditions have now, Ignatius Mass.; B. Kelly left for the Great Lakes, has made by the President of the United Btudents and seminarians and dls- - wo may well believe, passed away where he was in training to go to ing gathered, the Board Of Works Leomister, headquarters of called to States. We acknowledge the timely tinguished laymen will assist in the forever. It is nevertheless true that the front for his country and flag. (a now trying its hand at hiring Boyce, Washington, D. C; William been Knights of the Columbus for overyears negro women as street cleaners, Chaput, Moxee City, Wash.; An- thintervention of His Holiness as a festivities, tho programme of which (what appears an unwillingness ln Deceased was twenty-eigseas duty and Is expected to leave distinct advance toward the dofence is now being arranged. At tho Ireland to help In the fight against old and held In high esteem by all saying that It can't get men. It Is drew Orln Dodge, Lawrence, Mass.; at an 'early date. Kennedy has was true the board can not get big Vincent J. Dougherty. Brooklyn; associates. His funeral e his of humanity and the preservation of celebration of the Cardinal's silver , Germany has caused some St. husky negro men, hut the deplor- Francis X. J. Exler, West Depere, been n hard worker since he has from held Monday morning democracy in his Insistence upon ln 1893 besides reprosenta-- ) tion in England, just as tho the Martin able and unsightly condition of our Vls.; Thomas P. Kelly, Chicago; beep In when service and will be church. Rev. tha principles of Christian charity of Pope Leo XIII. and of tho tempt to force compulsory military Michael's he leaves. H. Lenlhan, Waterloo, missed of and Justice. We recognize the em- episcopates of England, France, Ire-- 1 service on Ireland has reawakened O'Connor conducting the solemn streets today Is duo to the fact Daniel that obsequies. that the board "fired" all of the old Iowa; MIchuel J. McKeough, West theOne inthe many" hardships have inent fitness of definite Initiative on lunu, uuuuuu. uuu ucuauiu, utunj .ouopiuuu muiu men tho training camp white men because they weren't Depere, Wis.; James P. IcMahon, To Irish Nationalists the part of the Vicar of the Prince every seo In the United States was it has scarcity of Monday the remains of James Republicans, a class of old men who Burwell, Neb.; John W. Mundy, to contend with Is thePoplar of Peace to bring about the aboli- represented. In addition the prom- seemed to ho an exercise of arbiwater tion of all war and perpetually to inent laymen of the country at- trary authority to one nation over Keenan, a former resident of this lived nicely on the $1.75per day, Philadelphia; Vincent G, O'Brien, drinking night. on the pressure Level does at maintain concord between Christian tended. Bishop Gibbons vas the another. "That we Irishmen," they city, arrived from Cincinnati and and who took an Interest In their Hancock, N. Y.; Francis J. Plutz, road seem to be The strong enough to rulers, Foremost among the lead- youngest of 737 Bishops who at say, "are as good flgntera as any wero interred in St. Louis ceme- work. The big husky negroes who Caniptl, La.; Francis J. Ross, Phila- not years succeeded them quit when war time delphia. A much larger number furnish water to the barracks of tho ers of the world, Pope Benedict de- tended the Ecumenical Council of Englishman or Scotchman, and just tery. Deceased was forty-tw- o common F. A. T. C, and It is serves our deepest gratitude (for all the Vatican, presided over by Pope as loyal to the flag we follow, has old, but moved to Cincinnati fifteen wages rolled around, while somo will enter and graduate with the eight to see the friends a bringing been proved on many a battlefield, years ago to accept a place with will live off the women's wages. class that takes up the work next drinking mat he had done to accomplish la Plus IX. at Rome ln 1869. water out to tho camp In ameliorating the sad condition of but if we aro to fight we want to one of the big printing houses of The Board of Works need not feel week. rhermos bottles. At tho K. C. DEPORT VICTIM'S WIDOW. fight of our own free will." Many that city. Ho was a brother of proud over Its act in depriving the captives and wpunded, and in lessEnglishmen do not understand this Thomas Keenan and is survived by poor old white men of their daily WILLIAM WUERSOII DROWNED. auditorium large galvanized tubs oning the dire hardships of those have been Installed to caro for tho homeless 'Mrs. F. Sheehy Skeff Ington was attitude, "because they do not real- his widow, two children and two bread and butter, and our filthy who have 'been rendered emergency, hut it is impossible to William C. Wuersch, forty-eigand destitute by the ravages of deported from Kingstown, Ireland, ize that centuries of conflict have Sisters, Misses Maggie Keenan and streets and alleys give additional years old, chief rate clerk ln tho give two or three thousand men a proof of the unwise move. Friday night. She was ln charge mado the Irish people sensitively Mrs. Clarence Noble. war.' " Not all the comedy Is contained L. and N. freight office, lost his drink sometimes when the pressure. Mrs. Jealous of their own nationality, Babize further shows his ani of two prison wardresses. mosity in the. following reference to Skeffington, who lately visited va ana tnat tne 'Irish mind has been Mrs. Hannah Erlckson, seventy-eig- In the police department, judging life by drowning in the Ohio river Is low. At the regular monthly meeting years old, wife of John Erlck- from a performance of the present Tuesday night when his canoe Pope Benedict and Cardinal rious parts of the United States, so turned in upon itself, so much "Notwithstanding the out was permitted to return to England occupied with Ireland's grievances son, died of complication ot dis- Republican Counoil. In passing the capsized at the Shawnee iPark of the Training Camp Activities field last rageous humiliations visited upon on condition that she would not go- and claims, that it has not grasped ease Tuesday night at her home, 'growler" ordinance Tuesday even- beach. Wuersch was a good swim- ports were Thursday afternoon reK. he was Cross and filed hy the A. C, Red his eminent colleague. Cardinal to Ireland. She arrived in Dublin, the real meaning of this war. Eng- 1520 Maple street. She was born ing it was amusing to hear the mer, but it is believed Y. M. C. workers on August 3, having lishmen are accordingly disappoint- - In Hardin county and had been a members of the lower board voting seized with a heart attack when he showing Mercler; notwithstanding the whole- however, rapine, executions, eluded the authorities, and ehe was ed that Ireland does not show a resident of Louisville and member for something they didn't want, but struck the water. The victim lived during the extent of the activities sale murders, tho of visited arrested there Thursday. Her hus- stronger desire td join in the con- of- the Sacred Heart church for a they heard their "master's voice" at 1844 Tyelr Parkway and was reports were month kept July. These tortures and crucifixions to be in Brigadier in Belgium; band, formerly editor of the Irish. flict against German aggression, number of years. Besides her hus- and fell in line. President Dumas well known and held in high es- Gen. upon files for future refnotwithstanding Cardinal Mercier's Citizen, was shot and Ttllled by a does not realize the crime of the band she is survived by a sister, hesitated for nearly., a minute and teem in both railroad and society erence.Austin's meeting was presided The reports of barbarisms per- British officer during the revolt in German Government, nor tho dan- Mrs. Mallnda Hall. 'Funeral serv- weakly said "I," and the others circles. Besides d his widow, Mrs. gers with which its ambition threat- ices were held yesterday morning, followed suit, even one Councilman Catherine Baldwin Wuersch, he is over by P. C. Dlx, who Is the Genpetrated by the Huns in this land to Dublin early in 1916. dispatch says: ens the world., What is most want- Rev. Father Walsh celebrating the who was seen recently carrying" his survived by his parents, Mr. and eral Secretary of tho "Y" work at A later London Benedict, the Pope has never utbeer home dn a jug and riding on Mrs. Joseph E. Wuersch; two sons, Camp Taylor. tered a, word of protest as far as Mrs. F. Sheehy Skeffington, t who ed today and this must be the requiem high mass. back of the police patrol to make Robert B. and William J. Wuersch; from Ire- foundation of the good will and we know even though these crimes during her deportation ANNUAL REUNION. haste home. Here's another incident two daughters, Misses Helen and shocked civilization and shamed land had been detained in Hollo way mutual confidence which Miss RedNURSES ARK NEEDED. of tho meeting that the "efficiency" Lucille Wuersch, and two brothers, prison, has been released. The mond. mot rightly desires is that humanity." Tho people of St. Leo's ocngrega-tipThe answer to the foregoing, authorities informed her that she each people should get to underAthousand graduate nurses must administration didn't publish. The Joseph C. Wuersch, local freight Highland Park, headed by the known to the entire world, is made must not return to Ireland without stand the other more completely. A be sent overseas each week for the Clerk, reading bills, announced the agent for tho Monon, ana Charles pastor, "Rev. Father Fitzgerald, are true understanding of one another's next two months to meet the re- Intended purchase of an auto truck Wuersch. In their permission. by Cardinal Mercler himself. character and ideas is the basis of quirements of the allied armies, ac- to be used in carrying coal, the Tho body of Mr, Wuersch was busy preparing for what they hope his pastoral letter Cardinal Mercler, Wednesday friendship between nations as be- cording to the word that has purchase to 'be made by the Board recovered INDUSTRY REVIVAIi. on April 25, 1915, says to the peoafternoon to make the record breaking reand picnic of the tween men. Had that understandple of Belgium: "From the beginleached Louisville from Lake Di of Safety and the price to be floating ln the river ahout two union at Thornsberry year, to be on Grove ning of the war certain cunning, The war has given a stimulus to ing been created nearly eighty years vision iRed Cross headquarters. The $4,650. Some truck. Councilman miles from the sceno of the acci- held Wednesday, August 28. They hare have some Irish industries which once ago, when Daniel O'Connell made ''thousand-a-week- " evil and treacherous minds request to the Anderson Jumped to his feet when dent and was taken to the chapel already arranged for a number of persisted in encouraging the rumor flourished and had fallen into de- his moving appeal to the youthful Red Cross has been made by he heard the price and asked for an of Gran W. Smith's son, where It for and old, 'and thit the late Pope Plus X. and our, cay. Cooking ware is now "being Queen Victoria, what sorrowjs and General Gorgas, and Miss explanation from Mr. Thatcher, ot was prepared for burial. The fu- amusements and young in the after-neolotto Holy rather Benedict xv. gave neip produced ln Wexford equal to the calamities would footh countries Anna Gladwin, acting director of the Board of Safety. Mr. Thatcher neral took place Thursday afternoon also euchre The ladles will serve an exand moral approval to our enemies, beet made in France, and drain have "been spared. the Lake Division Nursing Bureau, didn't seem to know much about from St. James church, fellow ofToday the two peoples have oome has appealed to Red Cross organi the purchase and said his board fice workers acting as palrbearers. cellent dinner and "ctiiekea supper, and through weakness did an in- pipes and sanitary ware equal to the which should be the means of drawjustice to the rights of ,the Belgian best obtainable from England. Ex- far nearer to a just comprehension sations throughout Ohio, Indiana was guided by the Board of Works, ing a large attendance,. people. Bisnop of DULurn. These are calumnies, my perts declare that there is abun- and genuine friendship than seemed and, Kentucky to speed up em oil who bought the same trucks. In to Councilman Anderson but infamous dance of excellent clay deposits ln obtainable In those days when the ment of eligible nurses. Notice has reply brethren nothing Blahop-eleMoNlchols, of Duluth. LAFAYETTE'S BIRTHDAY. calumnies. As for our Holy Father the eountry suitable for the indus- Government of England was not gone out that the pay of nurses go- again, the Clerk said there were yet ln the hands of the people. ing into active military service has no other bids) attached to the or- Minn., who was recently received ln Pope Benedict XV., what could he try. The anniversary of the birth of There need he no fear now in Ire- been increased to $75 a month for dinance. Then there was some private audience by Pope Benedict, de for the Belgians that he had JOINS. SIGNAL CORPS. land that the English democracy, overseas duty and $60 a month for lively talk and motions to refer will be consecrated in Rome by the Marquis de Lafayette, the not don? t His tmt first Pontifical bewildered as they are by the reek-le- work in csjnas and cantonments in back, but here's where "efficiency" Cardinal Bogiano, probably on Sep- - friend of Washington, who helped blessing was for us, and he charged Among the last recruits enlisted violence and wild language of America. This is in addition ma to bring- It to you in big name. to got a black eye. The remark was tember 8. The date, however, will to secure for America the aid of he vm rood at Hamilton, Ohio, before the new the Sinn JTeiners, have any Inten- board and lodging and to the same then dropped that the truck was to depend upon the return ot tho Gen- - France in the Revolutionary war, Ob two oeeaslone enowa io send generous donations order was Harry C. Kerrigan, of tion of going bade on the home war risk 'insurance privileges that be purchased from the Southern eial of the Dominicans, who is now comes on September 6. It is to be to Sitflom, in npHe of the poverty New Albany, who Joined the Stsnal rule policy which PaiUcmem has are granted soldiers, saifors and Motors Company, and "blag" the visiting the houses ot his order 1h elaborately eelebrabed in Wassing-Ipal- n on hie way home, (ton. " motion went through wittout a dls- t ale resources, la ate fatherly Corps and was sent to 9ort Thomas, J solemnly sanctioned in vrlnointe marine, Key-ston- er w do-tail- and placed on the statute ibook. They desire with all their hearts to see prosperity t and contentment in Ireland under a home rule Parliament, and they hone that when Ireland sees that her aspirations will certainly bo ,met, she will of her own accord desire to. join in vindicating against Germany those very principles of liberty and nationality upon which sho founds her This is not a war own claims- which England has undertaken for her own benefit. It is a war for right and humanity, and the victory of right and humanity and liberty Will bo won for Ireland as well as for the rest of Europe. Those Engllshmen"1and Scotsmen who have for more, ' than thirty years been pressing' .the claims pf Ireland, believing that the "union of hearts" which Gladstone sought and for which Miss Redmond pleads will surely come aKlast, have no doubt as to what Is needed now. Parliament ought to) torlng into, operation a large andleffective home rule scheme, and this must "be done without delay. There has been too And Ireland much delay already on her part so thik her English friends ought to and Scottish make it plain to thdjworld that her people stand In lino, with Britain and America, Italyfi and France. These four- - peoples ;re giving all that is dearest to ,hem to save mankind from the menace of German ruthlessness andtyranny. And Ireland, lover of liberty and justice, how can she fail to feel with them and to wlshthat her sons should fight beside fem in such a jji cause? GOV. STANLEY Unanimous Choice of Democrats in Fvont of Death of Senator James. Board of Works Up Against With Garhagc and Street Cleaning. It aiayor. Smitli Overlooks Campaign Statement About Police. COL. PETTY SHOWING STRAIN centlng voice, not even Councilman Anderson voting no. They say NMr. Hert, tho big Republican boss, owns or controls that company. Chief of Police Potty was present at the board meeting, and It was remarked that the Colonel is not bearing up well under the strain ot trying to make a police force out Anyway of Keystone comedians. pur conscience Is clear wo warnejl Mr. Petty at the start that they were unloading a crowd of celluloid collar motormen and police on him, and while the public (that Is not robbed) Is getting a wliole lot of fun out of the Keystoners he is being made the goat. After the Harper killing the Herald told us how one of the Keystone Captains and a detail were down at the rifle range shooting at paper bags and kites from all position to discover how far tho pistol was away when tha patrolman was shot, etc. While the Keystoners were wasting valuable powder and shot in war times, too, a couple of real police, left over from Democratic reign, went over to the jail and "secured a full confession from the accused woman. It Is rumored that one of the new ones dug up for the force so shocked our near Mayor when he Baw him that he requested the to "please go home and tidy up a bit and make hjmself presentable." Another Keystoner just appointed was so proud of his second hand uniform that ho went over to to give the residents of our little sister city a treat, patrolling all around the Government Depot In all his glory. Of course it wasn't exactly nccording to Hoyle to go out of tho city in uniform, but It tickled the residents of "Jeff," who will certainly be coming over in numbers to see more of the Keystone performers. Another of the Keystoners was so Impressed with his authority that while in citizen's clothes recently he flashed his badge on a collector of tho Salvation Army when solicited for a contribution. But to add In sult to Injury, some nasty thieves stole $18 and a pair of trousers reporter Monday from a Herald night. What a look the Herald boss will get when he asks this reporter to write an article on the -- CAMP NEWS Sixteen Priest Army Chaplains Receive Commissions as Lieutenants. Secretary Tom Kennedy Slated For Duty .With Overscao f Forces. Vicar General Foley Alsits Boys and Well Pleased With Activities. SEVENTY PRIESTS IN NEXT CLASS - G et f-home Onn-'-ninr- ft o, fy sus-rorel- gn peo-llglo- us ht irrita-jublk- at-tlv- es . ht ht Mer-cle- r: - first-han- n, Sur-ae- ou n. ct ss - : Ztf. i. ,. i $ &ijg .jiiCfSfeiWV , tfj J.ltf". J ' iT i,- - - jcisQrcruosr zrisjKi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Devoted to the Social and Moral .Advancement of umq&jmo-aj- - Irish Americans and CathoUcs DON'T DRINK SHIPS! Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., IncorpoMtd. HEADQUARTERS FOR SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Louisville Poitofllce at Second. Clisf Matter. address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wait Green St. CONFIRMATION LOUISVILLE, KY HERALD BOOSTS SIIEUIjEY. .SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1918 led of aiding Sir Roger Casement iu IV I r te li- v h-- l o the attempt to form the Irish war The Louisville Herald unwittingly prjsoners int0 a brigade to fight recommends Swagar Sherley for re- - ngainst England and was sentenced toy publishing to be shot( a sentenco election to Congress which was an editorial of Herbert Kauffman's promptiy commuted to life impris-I- n which he says: "There are no Is- - onment. one peculiar feature of sues in these United States except the trlal wag that the principal e Issues of battle. Democrats and nesses for the Crown were fellow Republicans went out of existence prisonerg( physically fit men, who when khaki came Into habit. All rwoui(i not come under the arranEe- Everything For Confirmation Wear soldlers and sailors belong to one ment for the exchange of prisoners, i.UiL' I -party and his name is Uncle Sam. an arrangeemnt which only applies ii i. Liflii)Lll Boys' Store ThircTFloor Cast your vote for him, too. Give to those unfit for duty on the field, Congress0. S. Food Admlaiitntlon. the country the worthiest and who therefore could not be can present except by the connivance of Are you shocked to see the lady drink- Hie lniHpnri;ijo:i of troops and supplies to man that the neighborhood ing ships? produce and the White House will the German authorities. This Is ihe ulic'i Mile. short work el the King suspicious. At any rate, the Impormake You drink ships every time you use 1:1 in.nate sugar as a luxury, and you crowd." tant point is that the trial of sugar unnecessarily, in a beverage. vote for Sherley. Dowllng, the famous Tower prisrelease many ships for war purposes. 11 'In other words, M A F? K :: Seventy-fiv- e per cent ot the sugar used oner, disposes of the German plot Teach your appetite to remember this in this country has to be brought here in NEEDS PADDED CELL. story as far as Irish Nationalists are concerned, and Incidentally ships. Every possible ship is needed for . DON'T DRINK SHIPS. If It Isn't the heat affecting R. proves that the British GovernM. Orr, a writer In the "Western ment's policy In Ireland a policy Recorder, a local Baptist publicaOUIl BOY IN BLUE. COMING EVENTS. More will follow. If the Kaiser Isn't of persecution Is due to the fact thought he could foment discontent If his brainstorm tion, and Oor. Fifth and Market that the Government Is afraid Its August 21 Annual of ' Here's the latest picture of Leo only temporary, then a padded cell by keeping prohibition stirred up Trinity Council, Y. M. I., picnic particularly the United Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 at Phoenix P. Reilly, formerly of the Kenf ucky appears to foe the only cure. Here allies, m. jstnr-ae- ur fc vr imj 7.B T4WTc2&HIZ-lStates, may insist on a settlement during tho war, does anyono doubt Hill park. Irish American staff, now a mem Tlireo Per Cent. Interest Pnld Is a sample of the frothlngs In7 August Euchre, lotto and that he would do It? And measdulged in by Orr in the Recorder: of the Irish question as a necessary On Time Deposits law.n fete of 'Holy Cross church, war measure, and it thereforo ured along with other real men, afternoon and evening, The Catholic church is not a wouldn't the type of man upon August 27 Euchre and lotto of church; it Is not Christian in spirit, realizes that If England Is to retain James B. Brown President message or method. The Individual her privileges to plunder and ex- which the foundations of this coun- Hibernian Social Club on lawn, Henry J. AngennoIerVIco President James J. Hayes Catholic Is not supposed to have a ploit the Irish people it is necessary try were built and upon which the 1818 Vlco President Portland avenue, evening C. M. S. Hobel You have won- to put Ireland in private conscience. Vice President enemy column. superstructure has been maintained only. the so August 28 Good Shepherd day John S. Akers dered that Catholics display .Cashier stupidity? They curse, The exploded German plot charge compare tho professional and paid at Fontaine Ferry Park. Oscar A. Block much moral Asst. Cashier whiskey, get drunk, He, has served its turn. What shall bo reformer along with the Kaiser and picnic ot St. August 28 Annual A. P. Ramser. gamble, sell .Asst. Cashier d deceive as freely as If they we're the next move In the Government's his son, the Crown Leo's church, Highland Park, at Is Highland Grove, committed to virtue. The mass Prince? Germany might foe behind Thornsborry's disreputable game? the center of Catholic worship, yet movement. the prohibition You Park. the mass Is a heathetflsh ordinance. NO SURPRISE. never can tell. where she visited Louise The nunnery Is a prison and whiteMiss slave Institution. Talbott. One of our local Junior Order HAVE DONE MUCH. There appears two columns of Misses Minnie Blandford and the above sort of raving and one leaders is making strenuous efforts Much has been done by the Jessie Cash were last week the wonders why any sane editor or to secure exemption from the army Knights of Columbus for church guests of Miss Alary Gleason at publisher would stand for It, but draft. This bears out the Springfield. and country in the days that have statement' in these columns appears In the the provocation II. F. Donegan and Miss K. C. closing paragraph, In which the that these A. P. A. patriots are passed since the war began. Much only anxious to fight for the flag In more will be done tn the days that Donegan, of this city, were among writer says: are to follow before another victory the Kentucklans recently arriving And once a year Northern Bap- times of peace. Monteagle, Tenn, convention marks the passing of at tists sit up straight In convention and make great speeches, forgetting another epoch in the order's hisLIBERTY LOAN DRIVE. Mrs. Clinton Koemer and son the sick situation at home. Meantory. The pledge of the late con- and daughter are in Frankfort for while Baptists are dying in the big Although the date for the fourth vention Is an omen of the future an extended visit with her parents, TOcities, WHILE CATHOLICS ARE Liberty Loan, drive is nearly two Mrs, James T. Larkins. success. FLOURISHING. "Another year of greater Mr,and -navy stationed at Camp 5 bor of the months away, we take this occasion effort lies before us. But who exT Mrs. William Ryan, of Jefferson- - Perry at the Great Lakes Naval to remind each and every one or cept Him who ? "TfEmNDEIt FOR PARENTS. reads tho very he arts ville, has gone to Chllllcothe. Ohio, Training Station. Leo writes here our readers to prepare right now or men where she will be with her husband, that Undo Sam's food and drilling snail tell us what It por Sergeant Ryan, during The summer vacation Is now and save up so that they may bo his stay have made him husky enough to Home Phono Shawnee SOO Comb. Phone Weal 0203 hold down a 'blacksmith's job when nearlng Its end, and we will not feel ready when Uncle Sam makes his tends? All that is certain q our there. uniaiung iaitn in uocrs justice, our he comes home. We'll say he looks the time passing before the opening call upon them for financial aid. In Misses Mary Lee and Stafford it. day of the next school year will be order to win the war for democracy unswerving loyalty to our country MoKenna, of Fairfield, who wore and our firm and unfaltering deupon us. This therefore is an op- the Government must have money, VISIT NAZARETH. the guests of the Misses Baldwin. CHAPLAINS portune moment to remind Catholic and this must come from the termination to follow the flag to on Eastern Parkway, have returned very end of the One of the most enjoyable trips battle home. parents and guardians of their masses in every part of the coun the that the chaplains tralnlnK at CamD lines." bounden duty to send the little try, from Maine to California. After his visit here Col. Matt Zachary Taylor have taken in a ones who have reached the proper Tho wonderful success of the three Those who oppose horse racing Winn will return Easi to spend the long while was their visit to Bards- FIRST CLASS SERVICE. ago to Catholic schools. "Catholic previous loans was a magnificent here are free to stay away. The rest of the month with his daugh- - town, at. Joseph's College, tho "Old Kentucky education for every Catholic child" tribute to tho patriotism of tho attendance will best settle this ters at his cottage at Manhattan Academy. Home" and Nazareth The party consisted of 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. should 'be the slogan, because it is American people, and it Is pre- question, which has much to do Beach. the sixteen chaplains and the local only In the atmosphere of religion dicted that the coming loan will bo with the future of the horse in Miss Mollle Collins, formerly of Knights of Columbus Entertaln- thls city, arrived the first of the ment Committee. The trip was that the character of the young can even more successful. Wo sin- Kentucky. The Bluegrass State and is the made In machines, leaving at 1 Good men cerely hope and trust that it will, famed the world over for Its good week from St. Louis be properly developed. M. J. BAKNOK, President and Manager. P. BANNON, JR., Vies Pres. and Trees. guest o'clock Bardstown are only good and we ask the people to use all of whisky, fast horses and beautiful negan. of her sister, Mrs. Nellie Fin- -' at 3:30, and arriving at for vespers and good women just In time children grown to maturity; and their energy and all of their power women. There has sprung up an at tho historic Bardstown Cathe- . George' A. Noble announces that dral, where they were welcomed by good children are trained to good to again go gloriously over the top element that would destroy all a little recruit for Uncle Sam ar- - Father O'Connell.' Tho next visit habits by the curriculum and tho for Uncle Sam and democracy. three. rived at .his home ilast week and was to St. Joseph's College, where environment of our schools, in Louisville has made a noble show was christened at St. Ann's church Rev,. Brother Benjamin was host Sewer and Calvert Pipe, S3KaaacKiP)C8CK8eacita:Kwjiaw3iBW which religion as well as reading, ing thus far, contributing more than to lunch and refreshments. on Sunday. After Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, a pleasant half hour the chaplains 'rltlng and 'rlthmetlc is taught by was asked, and her true spirit will Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, Mrs. Nolan Dant and daughter, were taken to the "Old Kentucky devoted and competent Inst'ructors. be shown the next time. Get ready Miss Musette, enjoyed a pleasant Home," whore the Knights of Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Bricil The Bishops call upon the clergy now. Save up and give cheerfully r. visit last week with her parents, t Columbus of Bardstown had Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. a and the laity alike to support by when Uncle Sam issues the word to and Mrs. J. H. Mahoney, at ranged for their reception. There Miss 'Ethel Greely has returned New Haven. were many things of Interest every means in their power our start buying on September 28. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. at from a visit to Grassy Creek, Ind. this historic landmark, and the existing schools of all grades and PHONES CITY whole party joined in singing "My CUMB. MAIN S07. Mrs. William Welch and children, to make every effort to Increase ARE FINDING OUT. Miss Agnes Spalding has returned of 2011 Bank street, have returned Old Kentuoky 'Home." The trip S WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge nnd Mulli and Magnolia. 3 and Improve them. They appeal to from a six weeks' stay at Bay View, rrom a pleasant visit to her par- - was men continued to Nazareth, Of course it is useless to argue Mich. ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, and here the Sisters showed the their flocks to adhere faithfully to The Rotary at Elizabeth, Ind. , visitors what a true Kentucky wel- those principles of loyalty to against prejudice. Miss Mary Rose Henry has hoen come was like. After leaving the church and faith for which - their clubs of the country are Just be- visiting tho Rev. Father Benry at Mrs. C. J. Carney and children. ' academy the whole party were the Phone City 3104 Carab. South 2403a forefathers made so many sacrilfces, ginning to find that out. Their In- Cloverport. Misses Elizabeth and Mary Carney, ntuests of Bardstown Council of the tentions in Inaugurating the "War TJfcjT. not only ot worldly position and of New Albany, arrived home Satur- - Knights of Columbus at a dinner Angelus" were very good. But they Mrs. Allen O'Brien, of the West day from La Salle, 111., where they wven at the Talbott Hotel. Grand Buccess but even of life Itself. Knight Spaulding. Judge Frank failed to take Into account that End, has returned from a visit to spent a month with relatives. Daugherty and others tendered their there are thousands of people in Pennsylvania. SPELLS. DEFEAT. il30 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. Dr. James A. Casper and Mrs. customary hospitality, and the reThe success that has crowned this country who do not reason on Mr. and Mrs. Maurice (Kennedy Casper have returned from a motor turn trip was started at 8:30 for on Gen. Foch's operations the any matter touching religion. They have returned from a visit to rela- trip to Cannelton, where they vis- Camp Taylor. The local council of HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Ited Martin F. Casper, Sr., and j Louisville Knights have entertained Marno is almost entirely duo to the also refuse to listen to reason. It tives at New Haven, Mrs. Lawrence Cassldy, mother of a great many parties during the headlong valor of our own boys. is a pity that It should ho so, but Mrs. Fred DIVISION 3. past years, but never such a dis- The American soldier has already there Is no use In worrying over the Waldorf-Astori- Levy was a guest at Mrs. Casper. tlngulshed gathering and such an First and third Fridays, Hibernian Now York, for made an enviable record, a record It, It Is a condition and not a a few days last week. May they Mrs. C. M. Higgins, who was "the , appreciative one. all HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 0 Home, Portland. guest of Mrs. A. Douglas Abell, come back again to "Our Old Ken- that spells defeat for Prussianlsm. theory that confronts us, however President John M. Riley. Miss Mayme Carey spent Paulsen and His Players the Deer Park, left last week for heriiucKy Home." A few more such victories and tho discreditable that condition may be. Vico President Walter Murphy. week-en- d visiting (Mrs. Howell home in New York, shopping at Secretary John Financial J Restaurant war will have been brought to a Cafeteria Smith at Shepherdsvllle. Dayton, Ohio, to visit FATirER BRITZ COMING. her son, Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. CAN'T TELL. satisfactory end. Meanwhile tho Lieut. L. S. Hlggns. A Recording Secretary John Merry Garden Kiddyland Mrs. United States should not relax her The Rev. Father Brltz, who has Martin. J. Cunning The Buffalo Enquirer, seeing in spendingT. the past ten has been Col. Frank McGrath returned to labored for the past three years in days with preparations. We must remember prphibltion Swimming Pool Dougherty. Treasurer D. J. ot German relatlvoa at Port Royal. Atlantic City Sunday to rejoin his Holy Redeemer parish, Portland, Sergeant-at-AnMartin that it is not sufficient to beat the propaganda, the marks Dancing Hall Other Attractions family, where they are spending tho Ore., left last week to enter the notes that the paid enemy to a frazzle; we must have Miss Leona Rlvors has been summer. They exxpect to return chaplains' training school at Camp agents of the League Sentlnol Thomas Noone. spending several days with Mlas home about September 1. Col. M. Zachary Taylor. Father Brltz's the power to make just such terras and its various n bePearl Green at Bardstown. friends, who are many, declare J. Brennan went along for a two ot peace as we wish to enforce come so persistent laterals have DIVISION 4. present in their that Holy (Redeemer's loss Is Uncle weeks' stay. acceptable to all parties. The naMr. and Mrs. John !F. Chester Barn's gain. activities to make the country 'bone They all wish him Meets second and fourth Mondays tion that comes to the peace con- dry" Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. TO at Cincinnati Louisville people in New York Godspeed and sincerely hope that one might not he far have been visiting ference with the. strongest available from that fact if the Insinuation and Covington this past week. President John J. Barry. last week were Col. P. JL Callahan, he will come back to them when the ffWtA to 4VlA 4lin tarlll .Virt llnlAHArl C. B. Moran, W. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. R. Spaulding, his country's duty is fulfilled. mo iioicucu n araTa mnrta flint thav srA con- Recording Secretary Miss (Emily Brown, Deev Park, Miss Annie McGill, Miss B. Lawranc AUTOMOBILE OWNERS with the greatest respect and D. Meany. BpreadlnB has returned from Covington, whero or unconac,ousl Mr. and Mrs. Henry TRINITY COUNCIL. America must not play second fid- German propaganda throughout Financial Secretary Thomas J Chrirtman, Dr. B. S. O'Brien and the she visited Mrs. Allen O'Donnell. Savo fifty gallons of gasoline for die to any nation, no matter whom . Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will Langan, 734 West Oak street. Felix Renick. ..n xti.i the sum of One Dollar. Treasurei' John F, Burke. John Callahan, of Nineteenth have an Interesting meeting Monday It may be. Carbpnvold Imperial Gorman Government more street, is recovering from an ope Sergeant-at-Arm- a Bernard Baul- - mileage 25 perwill increase your Mr. and Mrs. George H. Naber night, which all members aro cent, remove and than to have this country torn lion at sts. Mary and Elizabeth announce the engagement ot their urged to attend. An election to fill doon. prevent carbon and not Injure the TnAT PLOT. , Sentinel M. J. ulece, Miss Ruth Anna Stlcklor, to the office of First Vice President, asunder by discontent as a result Hospital. motor. Sold under a positive guart T? T Robert D. Duffy, of St. Louis, the marln vacant hv tho rien-tFrom the viewpoint of those who of enforced prohibition which would tho Popular spot this week, where antee to do all that is claimed for && her wedding to take Miss Marie Pfieffor had Trinity place Wednesday Osterholt, will be held. exneeted to And evidence a wine out a. custom of mllHnns nf guests the past week Misses Ealalla evening, August 28, at St. Charles Council has amended its laws to aally thousands found relief from it. Can you afford to drive your car y Oerman-Iris- h plot the trial of Cor- - laboring men have enjoyed for and Cornelia Hayden, of Nelson Borromeo church. protect those members In the mill-- 1 to extreme heat wave that Gred over tho Fa,la Cities. Crowds without Carbonvoid7 county. service, protecting them during poral Dowllng; who landed from a many years. Miss Mary A. Kenealy. of St the period of the war. This organl- - enjoyed all the park attractions in collapsible boat on the coast of The Kaiser has been at work a ay opeu, wuoi-- wiey iuuuu KENTUCKY KOALIHE KOMPANY Col, Poppe enjoyed a Louis, who la here visiting her nation has at least 25 per cent, of UIB County Clara, was a dismal failure. long time In this country. Startling pleasantTheodore week-en- d at Bardstown, cousins, Miss Catherine Kenealy and its members either in camD here or i comfort and refreshing breezes. The theater also drew crowded houses ahred of evidence revelations are coming to the sur- - the guest ot Mr, and. ihfrs. R. W. Miss Katherine Callahan,, has been 'over there." Not a singl Distributors in Kentucky,' every afternoon and night. For receiving much social attention. Enwhioh would implicate any of the face every day. The news of his Nevlll. next week an excellent theater bill tertainments have been given in her PORRY COOL PLACE. 801 Louisville Trust Building, was ' purehftee of a great newspaper in Interned Irish Nationalists has been arranged, topped hy the Mlas Dorothy JEdelen arrived honor by (Mlse forthcoming. Dowllng was eoavlet- - New York is among the latest. home last week from Bardstown, ana her two cousMargaret Conaers Telephone, City 4405. as. Fontaine Ferry ' iPark has 'been ren awY Troubadours. wlt-th- Sis for Boys BEST VALUES IN TOWN LEVYTS :: E.T AT TH d NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE , i 26-2- .asif '.H half-bake- IRE MOVED! CUSCADEN'S , I ICE CREAM WORKS I t 619 SOUTH SECOND STREET? 1 far-flu- ng Park and Restaurant P. BANNON BRUEN'S PIPE , , I CO. f SOCIETY. I ar-M- t I I 573-178'- f PRACTICAL PLUMBERS J. 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FREDERICKS Dealer in "If Lord French Is sincere and Intends to hold the balance fairly between all parties In Ireland he will at once proceed to Intern Sir E3. Carson and his friends, however highly placed and powerful these may be. His (Lordship .has Interned De Valora and his friends "because he believes he has evidence that under certain conditions they may break the law. Ho can not have clearer evidence against them than he has against Sir E. Carson and his Covenanters. "The solemn oath and covenant Still stands and everybody knows that no satisfactory settlement can be arrived at whilst the covenant remains In existence for it overrides the King's Writ. I am not In favor of Interning or Imprisoning any of the Irish leaders. If I had tho power I would hand Ireland to the Irish, withdraw tho British garrison and leave them to settle their own way without help on one side or the other. I am certain the i Irish people, 'by an overwhelming majority, would remain partners In ' the British Commonwealth, al though they would with equal unanimity decline to continue as a Bubject race: but the British Government chooses to remain, and has taken drastic action against one set of agitators. It there Is any fair play left, If as a nation wo are not to bo eternally disgraced, Lord French must now proceed to Intern Sir Edward Carson and all those who signed the Covenant. "The evidence against them Is clear. Sir Edward Carson makes no disguise of his Intentions or those He Is the of his friends true in Ireland, and he Is the man who should be at once placed under lock and key If any are to be treated In that way. If Gen. Smuts wishes to serve the British people he must look at the facts not as he imagines them, but as they are. The War Cabinet should ask Parliament at once to allow the home rule act to come Into force, and while it is in operation amend it where necessary. "There should foe no more playing with treason by condoning and re warding Ulstermen with judicial and other jobs. There are only two courses open to Great Britain. One Is to retire from Ireland and leave the Irish people free to rule in their own way. This Is the policy I should like to see odopted. Falling this, Lord French, as agent of Britain, must not pick and choose, must not prosecute one set of disloyalists and allow others to go free. Instead his duty is clear. He must imprison and intern all who hinder him in his work, and the first people to be dealt with are those men led by Sir Edward Carson, who refuse to obey any laws but those they themselves decide are worthy of being obeyed. Tho Carsonites and Covenanters are the real disturbers of the peace, and Lord French's duty Is to Intern them without further delay." Btorm-centcr Bays: them-Belv- es KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- NEXT LIBERTY LOAN. Tho campaign for the Fourth Liberty loan will begin September 28 and close October 19. The result of the loan will be watched with keen Interest In Europe, not only by our associates in the war against the Teutonic powers but by our enemies. It will be regarded by them as a measure of the American people's support of the war. The Germans known full well the tremendous weight and significance of popular support of the war, of the people at home backing up the army In the field. As tho loan succeeds our enemies will sorrow; as It falls short they will rejoice. Every dollar subscribed will help and encourage the American soldiers and hurt and depress the enemies of America. The loan will be a test of tho loyalty and willingness of the people of tho United States to make sacrifices compared with the willingness of our soldiers to do their part. There must be and will be no failure by the people to measure up to the courage and devotion of our men In Europe. Many of them have given up their lives; shall we at homo withhold our money? Shall we spare our dollars while they spare not their very lives? OPENS FOR WOMEN. SCRAP 2 214-21- Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager 6 RAGS, METAL, IRON, OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Paper Stock A Specialty SOUTH FLOYD STREET LOUISVILLT, KY. Bet. Market and Jefferson '0 DOUGHERTY H"I"M-M-M"- i" fr'M i l"Hfr"frM -H - H"H"H"H: ' & McELLIOH and Embaimers Homo City 2008 $ 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral X Cumb. Directors 200S-- Main both a xno:snB;s. I !$ fr 4 3971-y WmMUWWWVVMWMWWWWVMWWUnviVWVWt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. street. 822 WmWWWWWWWWWWWVWWWWWWWWiMii Xa.c9t MqJjo. C0ftCW"fr SON GRAN W. SMITH'S AL. S. SMITH, PROPJ -- Z Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. "Making tho world safe for democracy" has become the slogan of the times. The Academy of Christian Democracy, Ault Park, Cincinnati, for the training of social workers antedated the slogan by several years, and even now places the emphasis upon the prefix "Christian," without which no democracy Is or onn nvr hn unfa Tho American Academy of Christian De mocracy reopened lor the eighth course on September 24, the fall course extending over three months. This course Is ndnntnri n who wish to devote themselves to social work professionally. A high school diploma or Its equivalent Is required, though exceptions may be allowed for some who are earnestly endeavoring to supplement their experience with theoretical work and who are well recommended. Preference la irlvn tn hnso between the ages of twenty-on- o and imrcy-iiv- e years, as mature Judgment must be exercised In most phases of social work. Students are expected to furnish certificates of good health. lnvn-nmn- a personal letter written to the editor of the Churchman. It was Father Brady. not Intended for publication, but "I know you can," answered was published In tho Churchman by Father Hemmlck, "but wherp are permission. This Is the experience you going to get it?" tho writer relates: In the end Father Hemmlck "I have just returned from a took Father Brady to Major Per- service so impressive that I want to kins, In charge of Red Cross quar- tell you about It. My headquarters ters In Paris, and Father Brady got is at the regimental echelon four his BOO pounds of tobacco. Ever or five miles from the guns. At since he has been getting regular the echelon are about 1,000 of tho allotments of cocoa and soup cubes. men of the regiment, only tho gun crews being at tho gun positions. G. Vt. TURNER. The former keep tho latter supplied with food and ammunition, which G. W. Turner, Chief Gunner's goes up by night. I plan to bo Mate, U. S. N., former light heavy- with each battalion one day a week squad- - at the guns, but this week for inweight of the North Atlantic stance I put in four days there Instead of two. Friday whllo I was Up there I was arranging for an early communion service today. (The letter was written on Sunday.) Wo had Just arrived In a new position, all open to the boches' view. We didn't know where we could havo our service, as tho Huns have almost entirely destroyed the town and left no building of any size Intact, and troops were quartet ed in tho few there were. Finally I went to see the Roman Catholic chaplain, a fine, broad, blgheartcd Irishman from Boston. 'Why not use the church?' ho said at once. But I thought It was destroyed, and anyway I didn't suppose you would let me,' I answered. Well, they had put a roof on In place of the original one, and the altar hadn't been hurt, so at 8 o'clock In the morning he said mass In the church, at 8:45 I had my Protestant communion service, and at 9:30 i$ lisasasasaHHHi there was another mass." 3b rfln Tho writer goes on to tell how, Inspired by the occasion, he made, as he nad not Intended, an address telling these communicating soldiers his feeling that they had caught the real spirit of the One who had been willing to give his body and blood. He continues: "All during the service shells were being fired toy the Huns and by our guns as well, though none sounedd near, but In that ruined and restored Catholic church at the front, with men before mo who faced death every day, who to a man were game for anything, I tell you It was a service of tho holy ron, now on recruiting duty, who communion tho like of which I Is speaking at tho K. of C. hulldlng never experienced before, and I'm at Camp Zachary Taylor. His pres- sure none of us had. There were ence hero was arranged 'for by En- all varieties of Protestants who received. Probably not one had any tertainment Director Ryata. very churchly conception of tho never Eucharist, possibly had TRINITY'S ANNUAL PICNIC. thought of It, but It was tho Tealest Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will sacrament of the Body and Blood hold its annual picnic at Phoenix of Christ I havo over known. "Last Sunday I had communion Hill Park next Wednesday and Is making preparations to entertain a here at the echelon and expected banner crowd of Its friends. There the usual small sprinkling of dewill be music, dancing and refresh- voted Episcopalians, though I have announced It was open to all ments. When I went to the Protestants. barracks at 8 o'clock I found be CONDITION IMPROVED. tween 200 and 300 men assembled. many We have 'regimental church' at 6 The parishioners and friends of Rev. George M. Connor, here in the echelon, more formal pastor of St. William's church, will 'church parade' than I know of In rejoice to know that his conditio! any other part of the American The whole 1,000 are orJoseph's In- army. is Improving at St. firmary, where he haj been 111 for dered out, march with the Lieutenant Colonel (In command of the the past month. echelon), band, field music, colors and all, to the public square, where SAILOR ROY HERE. d military hollow square a William M. Reddlngton, of Hull Is formed and tho service takes street, now a member of Uncle place. Immediately after the beneSam's navy, was home on a fur- diction first call for Tetreat is lough this past week, and he Is a sounded, then retreat, and then tho all stand of walking advertisement of the good national anthem; treatment received by our Jackles, course, men at attention and offi cers at salute. It Is very Impressive being a picture of health and He Is stationed at the Great and the men seem to like It." Lakes encampment near Chicago. EXAMPLE FOR CURZON. CHAPELS FOR INDIANS. The Dublin Irish Catholic comRight Rev. John J. Cantwell, of mends the action of the Washington Los Angeles, has had chapels con- Post In retracting two statements structed in the Indian villages of libeling the Catholic church and Ban Ysidro and San Ignacio, near urges Lord Curzon to take example f, Warner Springs. They and the from that paper. Rev. Paul R. S. J., rector of St. Aloyslus1 chapel at the springs have been remonstrated placed In charge of Rev. J. B. church, Washington, with the editor of the Post, who reflourke. plied defending the statements on Thereupon a the score of news. BISHOP'S GOLDEN JUBILEE. Catholic committee took up the Sunday, September 22, Is the fif- matter and Informed the editor that tieth anniversary or golden jublleo his answer was unsatisfactory. The of Right Rev. Bishop Alerdlng-'- or- Irish Catholic reprints his reply: I feel that I need hardly express dination to the holy priesthood. The prelate was ordained by Bishop assurance to your committee of my de St. Palais at St. Meinrad Semin- regret that any article appearing In ary, Spencer county, Ind., September the Post should ihave been the cause 22, 1868. of criticism or disfavor. I have already conveyed my views in the matter to His Eminence Cardinal AROUSING INTEREST Gibbons, whose personal friendship The plans for the holding of the I hlehly prize. You may rest as of the 1918 Kentucky State Fair during sured that the managers the week September 9 to 14 are Post will endeavor to avoid possiarousing general Interest, indicating bility of a repetition, and I will that tho fair will have a large at- thank you for a prompt expression tendance. One of the best indexes of opinion from your committee In to what extent It will draw atten- tho future. tion and attendance Is found In the Lord Curzon attacked the Irish applications for concessions made to Bishops and his statements were Secretary Kremer by men who do Droven false by the bfficial reply of business at the fair and depond the Irish hierarchy. No apology upon crowds to make their Invest- has been Issued by Lord curzon, ments pay. nor has the press In this country published anything but the Curzon calumny. HOLY CROSS LAWN FETE. In three-sideen--or- Hemmlck and demanded tobacco, soup cubes and cocoa. Father Hom-mlc- k asked him If. ho wouldn't also like the art treasures of Paris. Soup cubes and cocoa Impossible, but perhaps some tobacco, about 100 pounds. "I can use 500 pounds," said GOOD KELIGIOUS SPIRIT. Tho broadening of tho religious spirit under tho Influence of the war is described by an Episcopal clergyman at tho front In France RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they lind in these colums. We aim to protect our rcad-ar- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. I OrEA2?$::EIfc INCOSrOHATMD IiOUISVIIilID ri 4ee4 AND IYJBIfc well-lcnw- : i I NATIONAL nATTERS PZePLrS FSOTZSEWT JUSOOXA3 incorporated. TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. n 325 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. was ortanlzed by rlttjmq to make Suits Pressed While You Walt. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Homo Phone City 1931 on furniture and other personal erty at . You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and LOWEST JtATH. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bids'., and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, S. S. Cor. Third and JeffertoB. Attention and Quality." Both Phones, 2188. 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Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, Incorporated will Retail Branch see S. TKXKD ST. city?!8 10S9 Sire your bora aa eaaoatlon that prepare inem xoz uie. 113 IT. Broadway, oulsvUIs, ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Xy. Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Buslnesi Classical, Scientific and Courses, Preparatory Department, Larg . Bwlmming rooi, well equipped uymna-alumTerms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. t PtrTtT T t7 I SMOKE ! H. BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors nd Embaimers. TWephoM 1MB. "As Near to You as the Nearest Fheas" CHAPLAIN AND RED CROSS. C. The congregation of Holy Cross church will entertain with a lawn fete on Monday and Tuesday afternoons and evenings of August 26 and 27. Euchre will be played both evenings, but the afternoons will bo confined to lotto only. The ladies will serve a plate luncheon both afternoons at 5 o'clock. The children of Holy Cross arranged a llttlo entertainment of their own last Monday evening, having entire clfargo of the affair and netted $30. HINTS ON STYLE. TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A J. 5c 2228 Bardstown Road of the imported suits are made with knee length jackets. Blacksmith and Wagon Builder The tailored suit will always Rubber Tiring. have many faithful- - followers In Three-fourths The skirts from Franco nearly East 903 all show the straight line. 'Devil blue is the latest choice made for neckwear accessories. Among tho fall suits one finds a models. great number of three-piec- e PHONES High. 375 JOHN M. SCHMITT f Best Cigars Made! FUNERAL A A FLOWERS Wreath $5.00 Special S Special Spray $3.00 I K tmuMt art TXDW&L . mop Everywhere tourth - vmu loytrvR .. We telegraph Flowers v INTO SENATE RACE. Former Governor of Massa chusetts David I. Walsh has an noimced that he Is a oaadldate for A- complete line of' M the Democratic nomination for the nriees Unit are always the lowest. United States Senate from that Stttiefaetloa guaranteed. State. X.OUISVIIXE,. KY. Fax-attar- 426 W. MARKET - P. Connolly, correspondent In KNEW THE DAD. France for tho American Press Association, pays a high tribute to the A friend met Patrick Rellly one Red Cross In a recent communica- flftv all riresRari nn Jn a. Riilt of tion, and to Father William A. 'clothes. He never looked so good Hemmlck, the personal representa- 'before and the friend asked where tive of Cardinal Gibbons In Red he was going. Cross work. Father Hemmlck Is I "Over to Mike McDennott'a described as a tireless young priest house," Rellly said, 'bashfully. of fine enthusiasm and personality. "I'm going to aek him to give mo A wealthy woman of Paris who lost his daughter's hand In marriage." her son In the war turned over her The friend laughed a bit and handsome Paris residence to Father said: Hemmlck as a headquarters "Say, that's a fine way to spoil for American chaplains. His work has a new suit of clothes!" been tfo successful and he has 'been so generously and DELICIOUS BBVBRAGE. supported toy the Red Cross that he can not say enough In Its praise. Put the core and peelings of Father Brady, another Catholic plaeapplee Into a kettle and cover chaplain, has established a club for with warm water. Add a teaspoon-fu- l his boys at one of the big training of ginger asd let simmer on camps and keeps things moving at the back of the store all day. The very lively clip. Jteeeatly a In juice when strained and cooled need of supplies, he treat to Father make a deliotoue beverage. . I I whole-hearted- ly Jersey sport suits have been srood all summer and will too worn until late in the fall. The palest flesh tone Is one that has gained great vogue for hats of organdie and georgette. Braid and embroidery, and par ticularly soutache braid, are constantly used upon tho new fall suits. Skirts are narrow. As the Government will allow shoes to be eight Inches from the ground the skirts need not be lengthened. For the preesnt they remain moderately short. hands as The use of knitted trimming for all manner of clothes Is not a rumor of prophecy, but a fact that any woman can make use of In remodeling her wardrobe. In October and In April the real fashions come out Xor each season. mid-seas- America. McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn Mowers and Rakes. A full line of repairs. xri:n:k: Bardstown Road Garage. FRED ERHART ARCHITECf NORTON BUILDING N. W. Center Faarth and Jeffcrsr CORNSJ3UNIONS (afrtwtoc Md MmtbuI Kalk SriHtMctHr J W'SBBBV o TrM Or. buy who before these periods are faced with tho fact that gowns, or wraps, they havo bought Women or hats that are not in keeping with the new clothes. They have bought clothes arranged six months before the authentic exhibitions of new and seasonable apparel. bbEJesbbbbbW Uriah Z. Litsiy Chiropodist S07 Stark. BKilsUs Betk Ffc.jij JBOBODTJOKTSr TDBDL.df AJSttB?mXC$A2&. I ,at Herman f -- FouHAvewut Straus s sons '(s hamt mewuKtoeo HH V HIBERNIANS. What They Have Beon Doing the Past Week General News Notes. The (Ladies' Auxiliary has now 7G,000 members. There are 525 stars in the service flag of the Chicago Hibernians. The individual prizes have made a big hit with the ball players. Tom Dlgnan cheered the ball team ou Sunday with his war cry of "More power toyou." You certainly miss the faces of the young members at the division meetings during these war times. Division 4 went on record Monday night as being opposed to .a State or county convention this year. Many of us didn't enjoy our supper Sunday night after losing that 1 to 0 game against the Knights of Columbus. the. camp, with X. of C. at students nreearlnK them solves as physical directors for war camp work. Hon in taches as. KNIGHTS OF - MMBIIS ) rf street TWO TWIN CITY SOLDIER.S. We Give end Redeem Qold Trading Stinwp George Thornton and Arch stars of the Twin City League Late News That- Will Interest Members Here and Shoes for f For the yeung miss who wears a size from 1 1 to 2 we are showing a Shoe of extraordinary qual ity at The Kiddies! CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OP BLUE SERGE PRICED AT The net increase in membership for the past year was 26,924. Tho Knights are growing at the rate of about 100 members a day. Price Hill Council is fixing for another big initiation on September 15. Best Kinds Are at "The Boston." Twenty new members were rethe council at Auburn, N. VY "last week. It Is expected that over 300 applications will be received for tho fourth degree Initiation at Sioux ceived Into City. ! White Shirts and Blouses The National Board of the Ladles' Auxiliary expresses Its confidence and faith in the Judgment of President Wilson. Reports show that the order has 2,100 divisions in a flourishing conTO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS dition and a membership considerably over 200,000. Secretary J. A. Martin says the books of Division 3 show that 15 per cent, of the members are now NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES serving their country. Milwaukee Hibernians are having FOR GIRLS' WEAR. their annual celebration today. The Jackie band of 100 men from the Great Lakes naval training station are furnishing the music. Soldiers were given a delightful musical entertainment by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Indianapolis at the K. of C. hut. The programme was arranged by Mrs. O'Donnell. James J. McTighe, L. J. Meany, Pat Connelly, Fred Mooney, Ed CORNER THIRD AND MAINV SOUTHWEST Byrne and T. J. Langan, of Division i, visited Division 3 last night to Hundreds are joining our War Savincs Club. One dollar's arrange for a Joint "blowout" to worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings the Hibernian ball team. Division 3 has arranged for the deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1.000 members. entertainment of a big gathering at the electric euchre and lotto to be held on Tuesday evening, August 27, on the spacious homo lawn at Eighteenth and Portland avenue. S6.45 $7.45 $10 79c Knights from Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska will take the fourth degree at Sioux City on October 31. The War Activities Committee will extend the scope of Its srork by aiding in the caro of American prisoners interned in Switzerland. Denver Knights have named a committee to confer with Bishop Tlhen, and that city will probably see another military field mass this Bummer. On account of the war tho annual Ohio State reunion, to be held at has been abandoned, fully 50 per cent, of those accustomed to attend being now in some branch of the military service. Richmond Council has fifty-thre- o members In tho army and navy, ono of the largest percentages in InPut-in-Ba- y, $3.50 Brawn, Black or Patent, Button or Lace. !! imihwisusiiiiii 417-41- 9 .flsffBRivBLLLLHBeLA See These Before Buying the Next Pair 60c $1.00 yr FOURTH AVE., LOUISVILLE. J KBBB: Liberty Insurance Bank -- "1 teeeeeeeeeaetataeeeeeeetaeeeeS TEMPORARY QUARTERS m mm s?Sv1IbstVIMkIsssssssssssh James Slattory and James of that council, have just arrived at Camp Zachary Taylor. John H. Reddin, of the Supreme Bpard of Directors, favors the "war chest" plan, so that all the money needed for the Tied Cross, Y. M. diana. Fltzgibbonp, FURNITURE When you buy Furniture you should buy the kind that is net made to give away with trading stamps or cheap, trashy premiums. We do not handle trading stamps, but good Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. vation Army and other war works can be .raised In one campaign. RECOVERING. C. A., K. of C, Y. W. C. A., Sal- Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 A 1- -2 BsssssssssHMttfUJHBsslH IsssssssssBsflll iv A bEBsssH Lbs. For 65c pox cerrza xxowh that isQUALITY. its rnra cot JOHN M. Importer K. I. A. JM.TJXJL,0yr 'Members of Division 7 of Syracuse received holy communion in a body at St. Patrick's church and then motored to South Bay, where they spent a pleasant day. President John W. Dorsey had charge of the and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. 313 W. MAKXET BT. SeUXSVXUiB, XT. Return this advertisement with remittance and we will Bhlp Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. years shamrocks For' thirty-tw- o plucked on "tho old sod" have been shipped to Prof. Michael G. Rohan tor tho annual Irish day at Milwaukee. This year of tragic war and members of Mackln shamrocks could not be transported Y. M. I., now stationed and Prof. Rohan feels sad. Zachary Taylor. MEETS SAD DEATH. TWIN reunion. relief of her relatives and friends. wnue ner recovery now seems as sured It will bo some tlmo yet before she is entirely well. Sister Mary Agnes Is In charge of ono of the large Dominican academics in tho West, and is noted In an especial manner for her musical Sister Mary Agnes, a Dominican nun and niece of Judge Matthew O'Doherty, who last week under went a serious operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary, has beon proft nounced out of danger, to the great JAMES GREENE! 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. BE SURE TO CALL FOR at Council, Camp BISHOP SCHREMBS. CITY LEAGUE. SECOND AND BREOKINBDDQB, Book-keepin- g, Penmanship, Teaches kindred subjects. Day and Night classes the year round. Our system is right; our prices are right; we treat you right. Enroll any tune. JT. D. CREAGEIt, Frln. LOUISVnjLE, KENTUCKY. Shorthand, Typewriting and SIXTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September 9 to 14, 1918. $78,000 IN PREMIUMS 10,000 SADDLE HORSE STAICE; 15,000 BEEF CATTLE SHOW 810,000 FATTED AND FEEDING CATTLE SHOW BIGGEST BABY HEALTH. CONTEST EVER HELD IN THE STATE BOYS' COKN AND PIG CLUB DISPLAYS AUTOMOBILE SPEED CONTESTS FOR LARGE PURSES BY "WORLD'S FAMOUS DRIVERS TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES . HIGH CLASS MIDWAY AND IHPPODR051E ATTRACTIONS SPECIAL. On Sunday. September 8, 1018, hear Sacred Concert by Thavlu's Famous Band and Concert Singers, with TWO Flights of RUTH LAW, Ihe Worlds Famous Aviatrix Thomas King, a well known contractor and associated with his brother, J. J. King, in the hotel business at Frankfort, met with- - a death last Saturday that shocked his friends and relatives In Louisville and the State capital. The unfortunate man had planned a visit to his mother, Mrs. Mary King, 1121 West Jefferson street. He Invited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stoll and Miss Catherine Tobin, who were going to Nashville, Tenn., to accompany him to Louisville and catch a train here. He also invited Edward Fennell, who formerly lived in Louisville, to make the trip. They loft Frankfort about 10 o'clock and shortly after 2:30 the automobile in which they were riding skidded on an oiled road a mile east of MIddletown, causing it to turn over three times. Mr. King was tnrown with such force that his neck was broken. Miss Tobin, who was hurled some distance and seriously injured, was taken to St. Anthony's Hospital and will The others were brought to the homes of relatives here and are suffering no ill effects from their Injuries. Mr. King's funeral was Held from St. Patrick's church, Rev. Father Cronin, V. G., conducting the solemn obsequies. Besides his mother he leaves two sisters, Misses Margaret and Evelyn King three brothers, Jonn J. King, of Frankfort; Harry King, also of Frankfort, and Lieut, Anthony King, who Is stationed at Camp Hancock, Ga. Mr. King is also survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillian Herms King, and a small daughter. ENTER CHAPLAIN FORCE. Those fortunate enough to be present at Shawnee Park last Sunday witnessed tho greatest game in tho history of the Twin City League, ond tho game is still tho topic of conversation with the fans. It took ten innings to decide the issue between tho Hibernians and the TC. of C. team, only one run being made and that was .an unearned run by the Knights with two out in the tenth iuning. : O'Loughlln. the A. O. H. catcher,? made a wild throw to left field, ' allowing the score. "Rudy" Somniors, who twirled for the A. O, H. team, pitched rings around Ciresl, the K. of C. twlrler, allowing only six hits and struck out thirteen. Sommers also made three hits out of four times up. Bossmeyer fielded sensationally for the Knights, saving tho game time and time again, while Elwood Har per starred for the A. O. H, at short. Tomorrow Is the closing day tor the league and tho teams play Champs, as follows: Vernon vs. Mackln vs. A.?0. H. and K. of C. vs. Trinity. Because, of the great game, played last Sunday and the many arguments pro and con as to who has tho best team, there Is a movement on foot to have tho K. of C. and Hibernians play at Eclipse Park, the proceeds to be given to The standing of tho Red Cross, the clubs to date: publican. nati Enquirer makes this reference to a distinguished Ohio churchman: Right Rev. Joseph Schrembs, Koman catholic iBlsnop of the diocese of Toledo, was among the distinguished Ohioans in 'New York this week in attendance at the con vention of the Knights of Columbus. The Bishop explained that the chief purpose of the gathering was to start the drive to raise ?50,000,- 000 in the United States for war purposes. It Is termed the "Victory convention," and the K. of C. boys from all parts of the Middle West and South, as well as other sections of the country, are here in force. WINE HOUSE "While I am not a member of HOLLENBACH'S Bishop Schremb's church." said Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Charles G, Robb, of the LIbby Glass Importer and Dealer in Company, of Toledo, at the where the American AND LIQUORS WINES crusaders have congregated and held their deliberations, "I am Home144 South Third Street Phone 1191 heartily In sympathy with his pa triotic cause, likewise the cause my represents the Toledo neighbor cause of human liberty and the enjoyment of peace and liberty of the wbrld so splendidly interpreted by President Wilson, despite the fact that I have all my Hfo been a ReWaldorf-Astoria, York correspondent of In his Sunday letter the New the Cincin- McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Hy,! THX PHIL. HOLLENBACH INCORPORXTSD 00 Distiller OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" SM W. Hal St. Of gOUR MASOB PUBS BYB Loukrrille, Ky m h. Heeeeee)eeeeeeeaeeeeeee i DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT I K.ofC Trinity Vernon Mackin Hibernians iw i.... 8 v.... 7 . Pet. ............. 6 4 3 3 6 10 5 Champs ?..'.. ..... 3 o .800 .706 .667 .500 333 .000 cluded Mr. Robb, "it is not passing strange when we thoughtfully review conditions in this war-wor- n world of ours today that creeds and political antagonisms and misunderstandings have all passed away, and we are all of one mind, like Bishop Schrembs, of Toledo, that peace will soon reign throughout the world." SAVES WAYWARD "However that may be," con- 1RF.X.L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER GmLS. IMPROVING RAPIDLY. High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Where the Quick' Meal Comes In tMkl fcwrt; Rev. Father Aloyslus B. Duffy, a popular young priest of the Fort Wayne diocese and for the past five For Cataloguo and other information write years assistant pastor at St. Mary's church, Richmond, Ind., has been FOUNT T. KREMEH, Secretary advised by the War Department of 004 Republic Building, Louisville, Ky. his appointment as army chaplain, and next week "will come to the chaplains' school at Camp Zachary Taylor tq undergo the four weeks preliminary training required for J. Ml D8UMERTT, Viet Prt. E,H.NICHAUS,SK.-TL L LAMING, PRIS. Mala Bfftes First d A Stt. Father Duffy is Etenter Po Md Paytw army chaplains. a son of Frank Duffy, General SecCKy 510 S. 1Q58Y S. SE6Y City 3101 HlfMart 1462 retary of the Carpenters' Brother hood, and has a brother in the navy on the Battleship Utah. He has HARVEY-JELLIC- O all the qualities to make a chaplain, and It is predicted he will emulate his famous name(INCORPORATED) sake, the fearless chaplain of the h Irish of New York, which led in the defeat 'it the Kaiser's forges for the past two DISTRIBUTORS OF THE , months. Rev. Edward H, Vtjrplllat, pastor or immaculate uonceptlon cnurcb, Portland, Ind., received permission from Right Rev. Bishop Alerdlng to relinquish his parochial duties for - All coal sold at Government prices. a chaplaincy In the army. He will enter Camp Taylor August 23, havPlace your next order with us. Terms cask. ing received from Adjutant Gen. McCain, Washingtpn, D. O., the authorisation to attend the training school for chaplains and approved chaplain candidates, Three or four other prleet in Where work tegalskly the diocese of Fort Wayne have the Where Mm dose; . feritffetortt approbation of Bishop Alerdlng to Where eookisc seesw endeavor to qualify for the duties of Where Um wertf lfl chaplain. reel fw; UcMeets Where beJdsf gives deWhere the PHYSICAL DH1ECTOR. n Judge Harry 'W. Robinson, of the Circuit Court, who underwent an operation two weeks ago, is now at Parkway his home on Southern and Improving rapidly. K. OF C. SERVICE A FLAG. COAL CO. first-cla- ss QTJAJWC'IY SBRVIOB Sixty-nint- feature of tho meeting of the local Knights of Columbus next Wednesday evening will be the raising of the council's service flag, Judge which contains 158 stars. Matt O'Doherty will present the flag and theiewlll be an appropriate musical programme, which is being arranged, by Impresario J. Raymond Barrett. The council proposes to have another big Initiation next month, which will be the last under the present administration. CATHOLIC1 For the first time in fifty-tw- o years the home for wayward girls, conducted by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, is in need of funds. The home takes care of many girls, both poor and wayward, and owing to war conditions in Louisville it CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, has recently ben called upon to shelter more than usual. To meet this need a picnic will bo given at Fontaine Ferry Park on August 28, In which many public spirited citiHome City 1389 BOTH PHONES Cumb. Main 138 zens are taking real interest. The Ways and Means Committee met Tuesday night at the Knights of Columbus Hall to hear reports and discuss plans for the picnic and were enthused with the address of Judge Charles Wilson, in which he told of the work done. In tho i Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure.!; eeteeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeHiI PABST BRIM 1NCORPOKATED CO. RECTOR GIVEN SWORD. FEDERATION. building. While no report of special importance was read, those presented showed that much good was being accomplished by the Federation In a quiet way, and President Cooney expressed pleasure at both the splendid attendance during the summer and the faithful work being done by some of. the committees. The next meeting will be held at the same place on the second, Thursday in September. WILL SKRVI3 AR4IY. Three Louisville priests will enter the next chaplains' training schopl at Camp Zachary Taylor, having been designated tax their country service "by the Right Rev. Bishop Q'DonagJiue. They are Rev. Patrick Xo&agften, Rev. Francis Martin and JRer. Albert Thompson. The next .school Will continue tour weeks, when tfce priests will leeeive their commiaawfcs and be assigned for service. A meeting of unusual Interest and good attendance was held by the on Thursday Catholic Federation evening of last week In the Inter-Southe- rn Whore the "QoMc r '"WlH light; Hm1h eesses Qatek Keel Gh Raee GEHER & SON, Where dredge la eC P. J. Heffernan, for year sight rector of physical training at ie Mm Catholic parochial schools In N where That's ark, N. J., has begun his work ae "Qulelc Heel" Uhyikical director in connection with U. the Knights of Columbus war relief work at Camp Zsehary Taylor. He 8eld. Installed Had Highly KmmmhM It in direct charge of all Knights athletic ectlvltiea In It u also Bhumed for a sohool of inatruc-- j w, Market sT,jtS In appreciation of the courtesy FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. and generosity of the. Rector of the Catholic University of America In KENTUCKY giving the Federal authorities the LOUISVILLE use of the splendid buildings and Ingrounds of the stitution at Washington, D. C, the Right Rev. Thomas J. Shahan has been preesnted with a commander's sword. This beautiful token will be preserved in the museum of the institution as' a valuable momento of the sojourn of the young enExtra Pale signs at the Catholic University, Peerless Common where the future naval officers of Dae to the great demand we are lew BOTTLING COMMON the United States studied and trained that they might be a factor aad if yen have tried the rest get the BEST, In keeping the seas clear and making the world secure ifor posterity. PMGNES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. ' ' The sword will show also to generations to come as well as now IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE that the church in the United States and her institutions maintained In the world war their honors' as staunch supporters of the Government and defenders of the constitution. The presentation. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. was made In the Rector's room by Rear Admiral Samuel B. 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