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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1918. the chief part of the burden by way of easing the situation. "I ain't ibeen to confession for twenty-od- d years," ho said. "Better late than never," tho chaplain said. catalogue And the twenty-yea-r was unfolded. But as the Corporal Iiuthcnlan Prelate and Priest was leaving ho halted. "One or two "Were Unjustly Charged With of the fellows In my outfit are In just about the same way I was," Sedition. he said. "They want to get fixed up." "Send them along," said the priest. Secular Press Exploited Cose "Not right away," the Corporal But Took Slight Notice of replied. "I'm not through with my farewell furlough. These other felResult. lows are in barracks." But before reveillo the other fellows had aroused the chaplain from his twohour sleep and been accomtho Bishop modated precisely as was the gaunt Magistrate Extends Sympathy of His Corporal. Perhaps this Incident and tho the hundred variations of it that Court. could be told, and well authenticated, illustrates tho reason why Bishop Hayes, of New York, who has charge over all Catholic chaplains, selects the most robust phy- FLIMSY BASIS FOR VILE CHARGE sical material he can find for the onerous positions. ICE CREAM 430 S. Eighth St. Wholesale and Retail Home Phone City 7075. HARMON'S VOLUME XLI.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. - charge against HIsj Graco Bishop They Insist the police aro efficient Budka. I ask that tho charge be and making a record for themselves, Tho Magisformally withdrawn." probably bearing In mind 'Patrolman trate thereupon discharged the case Cbrlsman, who after being walloped and extended to the Bishop the by a dusky lady from "sympathy of the court." Grayson street swore out a warrant case of Father Bossche In the of protection for himself against The Not Looking For Advice From tho African belle. Imagine one of Nw School For Chaplains Will similar action was taken. Shepherd Their Boys In Training investigated by the charge was the old or real police doing that. Percy llaly in Party Have Great Number of Camps Throughout the Magistrate, and after hearing tho Chrisman was a formor street car evidence submitted, and after lisCountry. Affairs. conductor. Here's another brand of Priests. tening to arguments for both prosethe efficiency the administration cution and defense, the Magistrate probably refers to. A Seventh-stresaid: "I have no reason whatever car was lying Idle out near to believe that Father Bosky was Ncor Mayor Smith and ' "When the Bol- - the ball park the other day, no Sympathy For Chaplain General the Solemn Side or War guilty of sedition. I have thought motorman being aboard, he having Fcaly Over Death or His shcvikl Administration in a the matter over with absolute care. Comes Homo to Our answered an urgent call of Dame I therefore charge dismiss the Nature. Along comes a Keystone Brother. Civilians. Turmoil. against Father Bosky." policeman, strutting majestically, Thus the court, cleared tho acseeing the car lying dead in- and cused. Tho secular press was not J quired the trouble. Here's where so Just. Commenting upon tho Itaro Day When Keystone Police efficiency scored. ho Proudly stepping Secretary llyan Takes Bride and Ready to Face All Terrors the complete collapse of tho case on the platform said: "I used ter against Bishop Budka for sedition, on Honeymoon Trip to be a motorman," and ran tho car Don't Get on the Front linns May Loose "Upon urges tho editorially the Globe all the way to tho barn. As a Chicago. Page. Them. press of Canada, "which gave widepoliceman he Is still a good motor-maspread publicity tC; the fact of his arrest, to give equal prominence to The Board of Safety appointed a his vindication. Shelbyville resident named Bell to Thus rests the case against the Bishop. BRIDE AND GROOM CONSOLES That CAPTAINS WORRYING COL. PETTY the force tho other day, and the FIRST FIELD MASS LAST SUNDAY against tho press will over be open Chief has nothing on him as he C. tB, of C. V. for argument. voted in Shelbyville the last election. Little things like the legality BISHOP TIHEN SCORES. religious HAPPILY WEDDED. The, sentiment expressed in theso of the action doesn't phase the An Incident Involving On August 26 tho new school The solemn side of the war comes board, as bigotry, misrepresentation of fact, columns last week that in the Btili holds Alderman Zeiser's son for chaplains will open at Camp civilian on a visit to home to the The official organ of the diocese yellow journalism and a distortion on in the detective deThe event of the week of most event of Senator James' death Gov. partment, although Section 28G6 of Zachary Taylor and a great number our training camps any evening of Denver, tho Catholic Register, of a carried an item of great interest on of patriotism made to servo an im- Interest in Catholic society circles Stanley would bo the logical choice tho statutes says a member of the of Catholic priests are expected to preceding the debarkation Father Fealy, fighting unit. The K. of C. build- its front page, from which wo proper end, is the case of the was the marriage of I lit Laura for tho Democratic nomination for police department must bo a resi join tho colors. r TTflrr. Senator seems to bo popular, as dent voter and over twenty-on- e Chaplain General of the school Ituthenlan Catholic Bishop of Can- Raffo and Lieut. ing will be packed, not as on other quote: nights for one of the Innumerable "The Knights of Columbus at a ada, Msgr. N. Budka, and the Rev. mann, which took place quietly tho Democratic press throughout years of age. Zeiser is nineteen. here, was called homo to Washingvaudeville or movie entertainments largely attended banquet In tho D. Father Bossche, C. SS. R., recently Wednesday morning at early mass Iho Stato and many party leaders The board has also appointed a ton on account of the death of his staged there, 'but with boys Intent A. C. building last Sunday evening, arrested at Hafford, Saskatchewan, at St. Charles Boromeo church, the agree that would bo the proper stenographer and typewriter for the brother, who was killed in an acciupon their last letter home beforo following the Initiation of a class Canada, on a charge of sedition. Rev. Father Charles P. Raffo, an move. The Cincinnati Enquirer cor- pollco blacksmith shop, so it dent. Father Fealy has tho symThe Secretaries of sailing overseas. n men, with the Right The Canadian secular press printed uncle of tho bride, colebratlng respondent says that Gen. Percy won't be a surprise if you hear of pathy of many friends here, as he Haly wouldn't be in favor of that a manicurist landing next. lb very well known and popular are occupied through the night Rev. J. Henry Tihen, Bishop ;, of columns of news on tho occurrence, auptlal mass retailing Denver, handling tho second degree, but gave very little Bpace to the ceremony. Thoand performing tho move, but why tho wishes of the passing out stationery, lovely bride wore a Tho story of tho Keystoner going with all who havo had tho pleasure stamps and answering a thousand-od- d heard lofty tributes to England, notice of the subsequent vindication charming costume of soft brown dead should be considered is hard to Jeffersonvllle last week in uni- of his acquaintance. When tho liquor form has made one of the Jeff Tho ladles of the Queen's Daughg questions. The steady, creep- Italy, Belgium and Franco, com- of tho accused. Tho facts in the cloth with brown hat to understand. serving the ing sound of a thousand pens trav- rades In arms with America, but case, according to tho Northwest to match, and at her waist was a question was settled as far as Ken- police mad and he says he just ters, who are still eling at varying speeds over sheets Bishop Tihen, who answered a toast Review, the Catholic Register and corsage of orchids. Immediately tucky Is considered the political missed catching tho funny police- soldiers every Sunday after mass Cath- after tho ceremony power of Gen. Percy was settled, man to lock him up on the charge with breakfast, aro very popular of paper is all that Is heard In the on our own country, began his re- Canadian Extension and the tho bridal party building save the murmur of the marks by asking why Ireland had olic Record are these: was entertained at a wedding break- and In the future Democratic con- of impersonating an officer. Some- with the soldier men who receive Bishop Budka, tho Ruthenian fast at tho Seelbach, and lator tests Percy and his prohibition one is always taking the Joy out of communion, last Sunday serving priests and penitents who line the not been Included In the list of of Canada, and Father Lieut. Herrmann and Mrs. Herr- bugaboo will be found reposing on life, as the cartoonist says. over 130 cups of coffee at the three walls of the building awaiting their 'allies' and why tho Irish flag was Bishop early masses. lurns in the improvised confeslonal. not to be found among the decora- Bossche, of Yorkton, were arrested mann left for Asheville, N. C, the shelves. Tho mention of Judge During the week R. G. Wulf, who Here and there a boy will look up, tions. He declared that it was far In Hafford, Sask., on July 8 on a where they will remain until Lieut. Bingham for the short term, If FATHER BAXTER IN FRANCE. pensively, wondering what last lit- from his purpose to embarrass Eng- charge of sedition. They were con- Herrmann receives orders to report there Is to be a short term, seems has been at Washington for the of good cheer ho can land, but ho said It was the priv- ducting a mission at Hafford when for duty. Miss Raffo is a daughtor to have also struck a popular chord, tle tld-bThe news of tho safe arrival past year as Director of Construcinsert In the letter home to offset ilege of educated men to stand up a man named George Worobetz of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Raffo and and not alono the Louisville Democ- overseas of Chaplain Edmund A. tion of tho Knights of Columbus the iblues which he figures must al- for a principle, even though it created a disturbance and persisted has been a leader in her social set. racy but tho Stato Democracy are Baxter, O. P., formerly of St. buildings, paid a visit to Camp Bishop Lieut. Herrmann, who Is a son of boosters for Bingham. ways be produced by his goodby might not be popular, and he asked in interrupting the service. city, Zachary Taylor, and was very well Louis Bertrand church, this The poor old Bolshovikl adminis- will be welcomo to his many satisfied with the new buildings missive. But there are no sighs. whether he might not stand for the Budka had the offender arrested Mr. Michael J. Herrmann, tho These boys are soldiers. They re- principle of in and tho case was brought before French Consul, was in Battery F tration at Sixth and Jefferson is friends, word having been received erected here. Ho Is on his way to main, every k of them, for Ireland. Is not this Irish aspira- the Justice of the Peace on July 7. of tho Field Artillery central offi- etlll trying to muddle through and here several days ago. Father Stithton to get sites for a number the midnight mass, after which tion something to bo encouraged? Adjournment was made until Mon- cers' training camp at Camp Zach-ar- y tho Republican party out In tho Baxter came to Louisville, in 1911, of recreation halls at that place. On they step out of the building ready Has not Ireland shed her blood as day, when counsel for the Bishop account of the close of Taylor, and received his com- Stato feel that the chances of the this being his first mission, and party In to face all the terrors the Huns freely as the others in this war? objected to having the case heard mission of Second Lieutenant Irreparablythe State are being hurt during seven years of zealous, un- the chaplains' school last week the by the Joke administramay loose upon them. Why not credit her with this? tiring labor gained the esteem and number of priests was reduced very It by a Justice of the Peace whoso Saturday. tion of Louisville. Poor old near good will not only of the people of materially and on last Sunday Chapdefendant's Always when a troop movement Is not unpatriotic, ho argued, to law partner was the Mayor Smith can't oven cut in and his own As a sequel to this be stand up for Ireland, but on tho attorney. Is imminent the chaplain will parish but of many lain Barrett had to call on the HURT BY AUTO. have a say as to tho running of his throughout the city and State. He Passlonist fathers episode a warrant for sedition was requested to perform marriage cere- contrary the principle of of tho Sacred administration and the few times accomplished results of no ordinary Heart Retreat for assistance in monies. This is no light task for weigh3 most strongly sworn out by Worobetz, and the Mrs. Mary O'Brien, fifty years he was allowed to even express an nature and attained to a high repu- celebrating the large number a K. of c. chaplain, as every mar wnn us as one or tho reasons of Bishop and Father Bossche were old, was severely hurt when struck of riage between Catholics, contracted our wr. He showed tho Knights placed under arrest. by an auto driven by L. W. Miller, opinion on public affairs he unfor- tation as an orator, having preached masses required for tho soldiers tunately got In bad, much to the n most of our Catholic churches. here. The camp at present Is in The secular papers, which paid a sailor, living at 54 according to the law of the church, rf Columbus that their order owes requires formalities which can not ' much to the Irish, for if the men but slight attention to the episode The accident occurred Castlewood. glee of tho Chllton-Soarc- y condition, about at Fourth who want him, to stay in his gang, His popularity among men was an overcrowded corbe dispensed with. To protect the of Irish ancestry were made manifest when the Louisville 10,000 men being In tents on tho removed which pieceded the Issuance of tho and Market streets at noon Tues ner. His first attempt was the Council of tho Knights of Colum- Preston.street - woman in. every marriage and to from their janks they would lose warrant for sedition, gave the lat- day. road. The tent Mrs. O'Brien, after being stoppings the guard against clandestine weddings not only most or their membership, ter event a large measure of pub- treatedkat-th- e has CllyHospltal. waar re- grandstand play of Doxmg contest, bus chose, him to.. serve as chaplain whichToplarbeen in use at Hess lane requirements are laid down but most of their Influential lead- - licity. The charge, as set forth in moved to her home, 2G04 West Walbasic Level road will be he having and two successive terms, for the two parties to tho marriage ors. These remarks met with great the document and as quoted in the nut street, where sho is now Dro- - being backed then by tho Men's been the first to whom this mark moved over to the new area and Federation, who are now in public of appreciation was shown. any priest, whether applause." states "that nounced out of danger. to fulfill before Northwest Review, His mass will be celebrated for tho condisfavor because of tho Importation enthusiastic efforts in behalf of the venience of the men for tho first chaplain or not, can pronounce And the Indiana Catholic adds Father Bossche said that anyone of tho Chicago "pimps." Tho near young men anu boys, among whom time below the Preston-strethem man and wife. Letters must that of course the truth met with who sends his children to the pubroad. RECENT DEATHS. Mayor issued a card which he he exerts strong On last Sunday bo obtained from the pastors of the applause. hell; that Bishop Tihen is not of lic school will go to Father Fealy and thought would kill 'em dead, when Influence, gained moral him social read mass in the new Knights of woman, man ana ana several Irish extraction. Indeed we under every Ruthenian who sends his many Sunday afternoon the for or lnrormatlon stand there is not a drop of Irish children to the P. Mohyla Ukrain- Annie E. Gunn, who died remains of lo! and behold, Packy the boxer friends, and success In his new life Columbus building No. 5 for tho pertinent points on Friday knocked oUr near Mayor cold with Is undoubted. truthfully supplied which could Diood In his veins. He is a fore- ian Institute at Saskatoon will go in Chicago, were laid to rest in St. He volunteered In first time and almost the entire a manly statement in the daily pa- March hardly be given by anybody most American and stands high to hell. That Father Bossche dur- Louis cemetery, the funeral being pers, last to serve as an army assembly received holy communion. showing that Smith's harangue chaplain and after a visit to his The new building is the first of Its rash marriage. The among tho Catholic hierarchy. "Why ing his sermon on 'Hell' drew a held from Gran W. Smith's chapel. was Inspired by Lockhart, the chaplains do not encourage should a body of men like the book out of his pocket and shouted: The deceased was seventy-tw- o mother In East St. Louis, 111., re- kind received hero and fills a long years from Texas. The next turned to Louisville to attend the felt want in the Depot Brigade marriages; they have 'been Knights of Columbus neglect Ire- This Is a book written by God him- old. tlmo he bobbed up was In trying third session comround not to affect favorably the land when they are "boosting" tho self and contains the soven of the chaplain's unit No. 3. The colored activities havo been morale of the men contracting them, freedom of all small nations? The mands of God.' " Thus even In Monday morning the funeral of lo explain about the fako carnival training school, Camp Zachary Tayon Center street, but the explana- lor, at the close of which he was removed from building No. 4 to Military discipline must necessarily Bishop's shot evidently struck the charge sedition is not made a Mrs. Catherine Stark, G36 East tion was one that told us nothing, commissioned as First Lieutenant building No. 2, near the overhead bo of such a nature that it can not home, for the applauso Tone loud direct issue, although by inference Breckinridge street, was held from and the taxpayers don't know yet and Immediately appointed to over- bridge at the entrance of the make a single exception, and often and long. We have seen Italian, the words of tho priest might have St. Martin's church, Rev. Father what the carnival promoters took seas duty. tho case has occurred where a girl French and English paners which been made to imply opposition to Felton conducting the solemn Our men "over there" camp, where the majority of tho obIn for using our streets free. troops are quartered. This goes to the camp, gets married and have strong editorials on tho Irish Canadian Stato or national institu- sequies. Mrs. Stark was eighty-fowho will be associated with him colored Then we heard no more from the colored Secremust take her honeymoon with her right to Hbortyy and insisting that tions. Still the sedition charge was years old and the widow of Adam come under the of building has three near Mayor until he saw a chance and kindly and unselfishinfluence will taries in charge of tho work, and husband during his few hours of England does a great Injury to tho exploited to tho fullest extent, but Stark, and for many years was a to get his limelight with a find in him a father andnature to the recreation in tho liberty within the confines of tho Allies' cause by not granting Ire- the same papers which gave It devout member of St. Martin's hall is always grandstand play on tho racing ques- cheer and sustain them friend prominence did not state that the congregation. camp. Then tho chaplain has a land the right of in every crowded and furnishes most of its iBing! Same old story. Gen. need. tion. Tho masses double job. He must console the Bishop Tihen only voiced His wish him every own entertainment. this Bishop was involved in the charge Haldeman and Judge Allle Young success, andfriends that God may hero on Sunday are the same as gill and cheer up the bridegroom. sentiment. The Irish raco owes him merely for having been present In pray John J. MoKenna, son of tho late tore his flowery oration to pieces grant him a safe and speedy return at other places, 5:45, 8, 9 and 10 Out the brides are usually just as a particular debt of gratitude. Ho the church at the time Father Edward and Elizabeth McKenna, with the charge that was playing a. m. brave as their husbands; they ac- Is putting the Knights on tho Bossche is supposed to have made and who has many friends in In- politics and making he bid for gal- home. a As a sample of the number of cept the fact of war and whatever right track. the alleged statement; nor did they dianapolis and Chicago, died sudapplause. His letters written by the soldiers in herald abroad a most remarkable denly Saturday heartaches they may have they manCOMFORT FOR PARENTS. morning at his lery weakest yet. last attempt was Forgetting that spontaneous expression of loyalty homo at Fern Creek. His funeral the the K. C. buildings during the past age to conceal them until they get KNIGHTS SEND PROTEST. to the Bishop on the part of the was held Monday morning from St. he roasted tho Democrats last fall nut of sight of the boys who leave Tho Right Rev. Patrick J. Hayes, week 103,654 sheets of paper were them behind. The Knights of Columbus who people. Edward's church at Jeffersontown, for having too many police, our Bishop Ordinary of the United States used, and it Is 'a hard proposition Ono little woman camo all the voted at their "win tho war" conBut tho charge was a distortion Rev. Father Revorman officiating at near Mayor forgets himself and army and navy chaplains at homo to keep a supply of paper and enbrags that we now have more po- and abroad, stopped at Chicago velopes on hand. way from Chicago to got married vention in New York City to co- of fact on tho face of it. Accord- the mass of requiem. lice. Someone is evidently "kid- whllo visiting tho army and navy Tho first marriage among tho In tho K. of C. building at Camp operate in a joint drive war ing to the Northwest Review Father for Merrltt. She couldn't sleep on tho funds with the Young Men's and Bossche, when seen, stated that Mrs. Mary McCue Melletf. wldnw ding" Smithy on this, as he hasn't posts In tho vicinity. Words of local Secretaries occurred during but few police, they being no more comfort for parents of Amorlcan the week, when Secretary J. J. train, and when she arrived in Voung Women's Christian Associa- what he had said was: "Everyone of Michael Mellett, passed Into than camp sho was a pretty tired soldiers and sailors and tho high- Ryan, of Lexington, married Miss tions, War Camp Community Serv- who buys, sells or corrupts tho eternal rest Monday evening at her real police see on the funny we tho screen. They est praise for tho conditions found Clara Eilers at Holy Cross church Tho bridegroom had three ice, American Library Association, soul of a child, and that in a school rusmenco, zzu3 mgh street, where are Just "yap" motormen and con- In all training camps of both tho Tuesday morning with a nuptial may toe a public she had resided for imhv vm tho school hours' liberty. Then they had to Jewish Welfare League and Salvamasquerading in bid each other farewell. The young tion Army, protested Saturday school, an institute or an acad leaving many relatives and friends ductors every day being police uni- military and naval forces in tho nign mass, at which Rev. Father to forms, Brey was tho celobrant. Socretary a Mardi wife had no friends near at hand. Newton D. Baker, Secretary of emy shall go to hell because our wno mourn her death. Her fu- Gras day for this city. Even the United States wero voiced in an Schafenberg acted as best man, She had to take the train right War, against a proposal to have Lord says: But he that shall scan neral too kplace Thursday morning Interview thoro by Bishop Hayes. back to Chicago. Tho K. of C four of the organization conduct a dalize one of these little ones that from St. Cecilia's church, where she Council quit paying any attention "There aro at present moro than with Miss Meagher as bridesmaid. to the near Mayor, electing Dally as 500 Catholic priests serving as Secretary Ryan and his bride will chaplain who performed the mar campaign in November and tho bebllevo in Ale, it wore better for had been a regular communicant. Alderman tho other night desplto chaplains in the United States army spend their honeymoon of ten days riage ceremony interpreted tho case oiner tnree a SOCOnd cnrrmnltn in him that a millstone should bo d of at Chicago visiting friends of tho TTiirtnr thin as one for special errort The January. !., n.i. hanged about his neck, and that Death claimed Miss Pauline Herp, the fact that Smith and his friends and navy, and about priest escorted tho girl to the was said to have tho sanction of he should be drowned in the depths a highly esteemed member of St. wanted Fred Drexler. So, all in all, tho boys enrolled to fight for tho groom. being paid to Stars and Stripes are of tho CathOn last Sunday tho crowd at Jitney. He saw the tears welling President Wilson and Secretary of the sea.' " On tho basis of this Francis Assisl congregation, Satur- not much attention is y crowd olic faith," said Bishop Hayes. building No. 4 was so largo that was pre- day evening at her homo, 1829 Smith by the Chllton-Soarcback of the brave brown eyes, ana ' Baker, the Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A. statement tho charge Chaplain Barrett ordered a field no was afraid that Tyler Parkway. Sho had a wide who are conducting the city and it tho uttio community Service and Library ferred! mass read to FOR GOD AND COUNTRY. accommodate tho woman once broke down it would issociauon wouia launch a drive As will readily be realized tho circle of friends, who were deeply county affairs, but if ho wants to interesting to over soldiers, this being tho first tlmo be mighty hard for her to reac"i the week of November 11. attack on tho Bishop and Father grieved over the news of her talk public something lay off boxing This the mass has been celebrated in let him A remarkable scene was re that Chicago. But when they shook would be followed the first of tho Bossche was premedlated. Rev. death. Her funeral took place and racing orations and tell tho open at the local camp. Tho hands sho mot his sympathetic year by a campaign conducted by Vachon, O. M. I., Rector of Notre Tuesday morning, Rev. Father public why xae garbage Isn't gath- cently enacted at old St. Andrew's the church, Now York City, ono Sunday number of confessions heard at the glanco with a courageous smile. the Jewish League, Salvation Army Dame do Lourdes parish in North Rothheut celebrating tho requiem ered, why the streets and alleys morning, Just before the "printers' auditorium on last Saturday was "Well, we've got each other," and Knights of Columbus. After a Battloford, calls the attack "the mass. aro not cleaned and tho real reasons mass," the half-patwo in the more than three hundred, while tho she said. And in reply to that meeting Saturday In Now York of outcropping of religious bigotry and A company of other buildings kept tho ohaplalns shining piece of human satisfaction the Knights' Committee on War Ac- Intolerance." Moreover a certain Gldom pervaded Holy Trinity why the pollco Captains were re- morning service. marines stood in Una outside of the busy until a late hour. the chaplain could only shake tho tivities James A. Flaherty, Supreme group of Ruthenians carried theif parish when it became known that duced. Last week the Kentucky Irish a. m., waiting for With the first eraduatinn .,, or. Knight, announced thnt h opposition against the Bishop so far Arm little hand more heartily. ?;. Mary Era Mayor, widow of American told how tho lower board church at 1:45 Tho company was erclses held last Saturday tho men orders to enter. e following A K. of 0. chaplain was sitting telegram to Secretary as" to have him followed by detec- William F. Mayer and one of the of the General Council passed an composed of Catholic men, who on tho Poplar Level road building In his little room early one morn-- 1 Baker: tives, who sought to secure evldonco most highly esteemed members of worked to go to confession lng reading the office which every "I earnestly trust that the rumor against him showing disloyalty. that congregation, had been called ordinanco purchasing a truck from wished holy communion that and to assisting from 5 a. m. until 12 p. m. mornCompany for receive tho now Lieutenants. priest must read, and which takes that you are to order two lolnt 'Needless to say, the case against to her heavenly rest. Mrs. Mayor the Southorn Motors being $4,650, no other Rev. tho attached about one hour of his tlmo every drives for recreation funds, one for the Bishop and Father Bossche (to was sixty-tw- o yeara old and resided to tho ordinance. bid representative ing, and had made for Journey Church J". P. Welsh, pastor of the A that from their barracks of SS. Peter and Paul at day. A pale, full moon hung over the Catholics and Jews and tho whom tho papers referred as Father at 1067 East St. Catherine rtreet. purpose. The men were nopKinsvuie, sent in their contributhe sleeping cantonment and the other for the Y. M. C. A. and three Bosky and who is a Belgian by Her funeral took place Tuesday of this company, which they say is ready to fight controlled by dull tramp of tho pacing sentry other agencies, is not true. ThU birth), collapsed completely. In morning .attended by a large num- nant at this Hert, was very indig- American Catholics, but mindful or tion to tho Knights of Columbus paper for daring to for their country, work, amounting to f 250, with only improvised would be drawing a religious line fact Mr. Hargraves, counsel for the ber of old friends and neighbors. could be heard. An question the purchase, but it seems tholr duty toward their God. Such thlrty-flv- o families in tho two parlamp shade of carbon paper shad- In time of war that can not fall prosecution, stated that he had not that President Wood, of tho Board men mako the best Americans, in ishes of Hopkinsville and PrlnrA- owed the little room, so that when to cause great criticism and dis- even desired tho prosecution of tho C?1 William Raggio, veteran of Aldermen, agreed with us when peace or in war. ton making up the collection. This the chaplain looked up at a tapping turbance throughout the country." case. A committee of prominent fire fighter and well known all over he said the matter ought to Is a grand showing from so small a bo reon his window a pale face stood Winnipeg Catholics prepared and Louisville, passed peacefully away ferred to a committee. WOMAN ON BOARD. community and shows a flno spirit This after a O. M. B. A. In relief against the gave to the press for publication a of a"eraoon at his home, half hour's wrangling. Then the Tho Catholic Press Association of uj. patriotism irom tne people of the oamp beyond. The chaplain, statement from which we glean that West Main street. Catholics from many parts of the Mr. Hargreaves expressed himself in been in failing health for He had upper board raised tho lower the United States and Canada theso churches. not without misgiving, went to the ante several door, opened it and admitted a nation will assemble at Philadelphia court as follows: "This charge was years, the result of injuries sus- board's for and the ordinanco was closed a very successful convention Chicago. For the first SACRED ID3ART ACADEMY. gaunt soldier, who greeted him gin- noxt week to attend the eighteenth laid during my absence and con- tained in fires which he was fight- passed over a ?4,960 truck, a J2G0 Saturday In history a woman was the lower board meas- time In its annual convention of the Catholic trary to my intention and Instruc- ing. Besides his widow Capt. raise gerly. ure. Still no other bids wero men- elected a member of the Executive Tho SCllnmn rurnmrvnlnii nt imcH "Expect to go tomorrow, Father," Mutual Benefit Association of Amer- tions. The words for which Father Raggio leaves two sons. Frank, Board at the closing session, She tlon, first and final vows, took place said the Corporal, "Can you hear ica. The sessions of the convention Bosky is charged were not spoken is In France, and Weatherford. who tioned. shakeup jn tho Is Mrs. Josephine Sullivan Conlan, at the Sacred TTnnrt who The will begin on the morning of Aug- by the Bishop. fv. my confession?" No warrant or Is at Fort Riley, Kan.; two daughOf course the priest could. He ust 27 with the celebration of high summons was to have been issued; ters, Mrs. Virginia Gugllano and this week again brings the funny of Detroit. Among other officers vent, on Cherokee drive, Tuesday police limelight, ugly elected were: luiuujuir. mo sacrea Heart Acadexplained he was there to do that mass. The National Fraternal r.nn. the Information was simply to have Mrs. Anelta Murphy, and two sis- charges in the Captains against President Dr. T. P. Hart, Cin- emy, which was destroyed by fire a being ruvery thing at any hour of the day gross will be held in the same city oeen used in being sent to the de- - ters, Mrs. Mary Valla mored, and few months ago, will resume classes or night. But the gaunt Corporal Rt. ne. same tiK. and will unite partment, asklntr whether or not iNana itaggio. The funeral was Miss anytnmgbut of course you can't say cinnati. President Rev. O. T. l, on Monday, September 9. held Vice The new blinked and, like all men with vim in Denerit association in a iny action should be taken. I yesterday morning at St. Anthony's retty andaoout graft, etc., as Smith, building will provide class rooms, Hartford, Conn. heavily burdeaed souls, took It upon great patriotic servlca nn una uvm. i havo iuinln in mv nllan anil in church, a delegation of firemen act- unpatriotic Burllngamo say you are aad helping the Kaiser Treasurer C. J. Jaegle, recreation rooms and sleepls ' If you himwlf to shod what 1m comiiderert lln of the convention. Instructs me to withdraw the ing as escort. rooms. talk about the Keyatoners. ' ' S CHAPLAINS VINDICATED DEMOCRATS CAMP NEWS 250-pou- et n. j0r sixty-seve- close-fittin- it man-Jac- et lost-minu- te Fed-eratlon- lst i I . ur bride-elec- t. Key-stone- rs one-thir- st ss half-gloo- m Tda, Keys-toner- s Mey-nel- I t& rs f saaispjTJOJsrsr xxx&ixs .AJMa&jRxoAatt ' visit to New York! and Atlantic already made. There m.,ut i,. City, and while at tho latter place slacking of our preparations and was the guest of Col. and Mrs. ? 5v" ..atJIIiaWaffiaaV'fe. SaHfcPPcfrivIsisE ,a8aK?v4 Vj iefvJS' "IF"'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. y( of an easy Fwink McGrath. of Irkh Americans and Catholics no false hopes raised Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement victory. Our work Is ahead of us Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Mr. and Mrs. JH. C. Malkmus And as the True Voice promises tc announce Institute and Catholic Knights of America. the engagement of their shall not falter until tf. Is com daughter Mildred Marie to Albert Publishers pleted. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate!. B. Hulskamp. The wedding will take placo September 11 at St. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, sTnQLECOPY 5c Loui3 Bertrand church. COMING KVENTS. Matter. Entered attha Loultvlllo Poitotllce at William H. Lafolletto, of this 7 Euchre, lotto and August West Green St. Mirast all Communications to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, church, iity, and Miss Emma Bane, daughlawn fete of Holy Cross ter of Mr. and Mrs. (Patrick Bane, attornoon and evening. August 28 Good Shepherd day of Jeffcrscnvllle, were quietly married at St. Augustine's church, Rev. at Fontaine Ferry Park. CJiraAOES ffiKSfl COUNCU. fr picnic of St. Father Halpin performing the 28 Annual August Leo's church, Highland Park, at Highland Grove, Thornsberry's Misses Anna and Alice Ford, &jt?;s.VYt 'Y daughters of Mrs. John Ford, who SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1918 Park. '.. V'vyf LOUISVILLE, KY S$atZ&i a have been enjoying a delightful f' i'tf " DocKXKaDoatjwuxea f Vk, two weeks' visit with their cousin, political Roman Catholics love to ENGLISH INSULT. 639 U-- L; I Mrs. 'M. D. McNally. leave South raise a howl of 'religious prejudice' h street, this Speaking of propaganda, why when thero are signs of objection evening for their home In Cincin vvm-i,:!:;?$? doesn't the Government or Govern- to a Roman Catholic for such an nati. m r&SMRs K ment Press Bureau suppress the ofllca aa Governor of New York or Riley, of St. Louis, is x s.. j ' vw, r n tti . ..,, i: ui,awiM.v$. i'( iu Miss Insults to people of Irish blood, of Presldent of tho united States. The theMrs. Lilly Mrs. H. O. Heskamp. iValsh Mary Lovett and Richard R. mAAJMs&&&& guest of were married last week at which the following Is a sample and'DroJudlce is objectionable, but it la St. Patrick's church, the Rev. J. P. UM a press not rollglous. was published through Mrs. Bottle Shehan visited In New rCronln, v. G., performing the cere And B0 the edltor Mrs. mony. Mr. and Mrs. Walsh have guest of syndicate this week from the pen to excuso and jUstify it on Haven last week, the Mdry Jane Price. returned from their wedding trip of Rudyard Kipling grounds that he assumes to be and are at home at 1918 Griffiths HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY "Ask any American of the last reasonable. Ho supposes that the Misses Irene and Marie Conley avenue. generation whence they had their Catholic church is in politics, and have returned from a visit to DIVISION 8. Cor. Fifth and Market early hatred of England, and nearly on this assumption he accounts for friends at Bardstown. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Best, West ;PifCC7y?, Oak street, announce the marriage First and third. Fridays, Hibernian all of them 'will tell you It was the prejudice. His line of argument Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 spent last of their daughter," Miss Mary Efflo Miss Bettle McGeo 0 Home, Portland. from Irish nurse, servant, hired man shows that tho editor himself is week with Miss Martlne Bowling at Best, to Lieut. Roy P. Daniel, of yggHc'P4ugiiiHfegy 1 Three Per Cent. Interest Paid John M, Riley. President The Ireland that deeply prejudiced and that in fram- her home near Newport. or friend. New Albany. Tho wedding took Vice President Walter Murphy. On Time Deposits the beautiful names ing excuses for others he is attemptcalls herself nlace Saturday, August 17, at Secretary John J. Financial Miss Mary Hogan, of South Houston, Texas, where Lieut. Dan- Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. and strikes the beautiful poses is ing to justify his own prejudices. ... .President James B. Brown street, Is spending her vaca iel, who is a member of the Aviation A. Recording Secretary John not only demonstrably and damnably Of course lf his assumption 'were Henry J. AngermoIer..Vlco President Corps, is stationed. tion at Mooresviue, Inn. Martin. out of it, but loudly In alliance with true there might be excuse for ob..Vlco President James J. Hayes..-Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. C. M. S. HebeL... .Vice President has returned the Hun." Miss Eula Cullen Mrs. John H. Coleman announces Shee-hajection to Catholic candidates' on Sergeant-at-Ann- a Martin ......jCashior . John S. Akers The British War Office records the score of their religion. If it is from Cincinnati, where she spen. the marriage of his daughter, Miss Asst. Cashier Oscar A. Block.. the week end with friends. Marie Coleman, to Martin D. Fltz- year show false and up to January 1 of this Sentinel Thomas Noone. A. P. Ramser....... .....Asst. Cashier it is without a shadow that Ireland has furnished 170,000 of foundation in truth then his Sergt. Merlin Hogan, of the Fc kt olemnlzedThe wedding was quietly Thursday morning at St. DIVISION 4, nor ie Charles Borromeb chuTch, the Key. men, or 68.1 per cent, of her total whola argument falls, and his preju- nnev cavalry trooDS. came military population, which shows dices are only, evidence of narrow Sunday night on a furlough. C. P. Raffo celebrating nuptial Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. that she la not "damnably out of it," bigotry. Now everyone knows that Miss Florence Mahbney has been mass. and performing the ceremony. PresIdent-!-:Joh- n J. Barry. hate of England spoken of there are Catholics who aro in poli enjoying a visit with her uncle, After a breakfast at the home of and the the bride the couple left for an ex Vice President Mark J. Ryan. by Mr. KlpJIng might have been tics Just as there are Methodists, Forest Mahoney, at New Haven. tended honeymoon trip through the Recording Secretary Lawrence Inspired by the British Government's Presbyterians, Baptists and others. D. Meany. fast. D, Chester reEngineer William Financial Secretary Thomas 3. criminal and brutal treatment of the But these are not the Catholic ports the arrival of a big baby Langan, 734 West Oak street. TALK ON STATE TROOPS. Trish people, which is acknowledged church. Wo 'have had political boy at his home on Stoll avenue. Treasurer John T Burke. and conceded not only by the civil- declarations by Protestant churches Sergeant-at-Arm- s Hon. J. Tandy Ellis, Adjutant Bernard by many of his time and again ized world but of but we have yet Miss Madeline Thomas, who was General to Kentucky, will deliver fellow citizens. Some of the distrust to hear of a Catholic official political the guest of Miss Patricia Rodman a talk Sentinel M. J. McDermott. the members of the homo. Knights of Columbus next Wednes of England might have been caused pronouncement. Hero in Nebraska at Cannelton, has returned day, and Lecturer Crowe, of the A WISH. In this country by the fact of our not long ago Miss Margaret ord, of Portland, Lexington Council, will preside durProtestant pulpits two wars with that nation, and were turned into political rostrums, has been spending a week In Lex- ing the session. Here's to the blue of the windthese weren't caused by tho Irish according to reports published in ington visiting her sister, Mrs. John swept North, HOLY ROSARY OPENING. Burke. servant girls or nurses, etc. Much tho papers and never contradicted. When we meet on the fields of France; of tho insulting camouflage of this But we do not find this editor scorHoly Rosary Academy, located at Miss Louise Hanlon was among kind is issued to offset Ireland's ing the iProtestnnt churches for their those from Loulsvlllo recently en- Fourth and Park avenue, conducted May the spirit of Grant be over them all by the Dominican Sisters, will beclaim to fair treatment when the political activities. Tho one church rolled at the Golf Club at When the sons of tho North gin its scholastic year Monday. rights of small nations are up for that has kept out of politics is sinSeptember 9. The course of Home Phone SIibivhco SOO Caab. Phone West 0203 consideration, but Kipling and his gled out as the offendor In this rereturned studies embraces primary, prepara has Miss Mary rfenry kind, In their blind hate of every- spect What can we say of such an after a pleasant three weeks' visit tory, commerlcal and academic, the Here's to the gray of the sun- kissed South, thing Irish, should not go uncen-sore- d editor but that he is so prejudiced with Miss Fanny Huber at Cote commercial department affording a When we meet on the fields of thorough business course in two When men of Irish blood in that he closes his eyes to plain facts Brilliante. France; years. A special class will be America, Australia, Canada and and then gives us his bilious ImagMay the spirit of Lee be over Miss Margaret Kelly has returned ooened this year for students dethem all Ireland itself are giving their all inings as a reason for his prejudices. from a week-en- d visit to her par- siring a shorter course in this deWhen the sons of .the South for tho freedom and democracy of There are thousands like him. It ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly, at partment. Lessons in folk dancing Will bo given on the playgrounds as all nations. Is useless to arguo with them, for Hawesville. part of the system of organized Here's to the blue and the gray as FIRST CLASS SERVICE. they have closed their minds to Landes. of East Play. Miss Helen one, WILSON KNOWS BETTER. tho trutlil When, however, they set Breckinridge street, has returned When we meet on the fields of from Vevay, Ind., where she spent MORNING WEDDING. 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. France; Tho meanest and most barefaced forth their Imaginings as truth we her vacation. May the spirit of Godhe over them can denounce them as falsifiers and He In SlrEdward Carson's-addre... Therp or Brig. marriage Gen: all to President Wilson, Intended as a meet their falsehoods with a stateMis? Annie McGUl. who has been Georges BIzot, an I instructor at Zr9m9W W en the sons of tho flag admaking an extended visit at Sara- West Point, and Miss Louise reply to tho Mansion House address ment of the truth. m h J. BANNON, President and Manager. P. BANXOH, JR., Vict Pre:, and Treat. vance. A. K. toga and New York City, has re- Oezequel, who came to the United In which is set forth the position turned home. States from France some months WHAT A PITY. of Irishmen In regard to conscripJOE IN BIG FIGHT. go, was solemnized Wednesday at tion, Is that in which he charges Lavlnla and Blanche tho Cathedral of the Assumption on Misses The famous Georgetown UniThe following breezy description the Catholic priesthood with spirit- versity under tho Jesuits has a Kampfmueller have been visiting Fifth street. Brig, Gen. Blzot, now the Misses Quick at their home in instructing at West Point, has sen of some of tho fighting of the ual terrorism of their flocks. This service flag with 1,500 stars. As Sewer and Culvert Pipe, active service at the front, having United States Marines Is from a St. Matthews. He has been stuffed down Carson's every other Catholic college in the Bannen's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, participated in tne battle or the throat, as well as Lord Curzon's, United States and every Catholic Miss Mary Belle Boone has re- Marno, where he was wounded Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, Miss Gczequel, who voiced it in tho House of Lords, high school also has Its service turned after a three weeks' visit twice. who has Fire Proofing, Floe Lining, Fire Briclt bpen visiting relatives In Califoraunt, and yet Carson has the effrontery flag, the glorious patriotic con with herHaven. Mrs. Fannie Rapier, nia, came Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. at Now to Louisville two weeks to fling this He in the face of the stellations with the cross for their igo and a romance of many years OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. President of tho United States. North Star are a light shining in Miss Lillian Fisher, who was the terminated in their wedding. Surely this is putting a low estimate all tho dark byways of prejudice. guest of Miss Dorothea Shea in Father Francis O'Connor performed PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. 2 on the President's intelligence and What a pity that prejudice produces Oakdale, has returned to her homo the ceremony. in New Albany. S WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. 3 on his knowledge of affairs. The moral cataracts against which .efHOLY CROSS LAWN FETE. President, however, is in a position fulgence beats in vain! 1. Misses Lizette Siener and Esther to appraise the Carson charge Johnson, of North Vernon, Ind., The congregation of Holy Cross are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank church, Thirty-secon-d against the Irish priesthood at its ALLIES VICTORY. and BroadPhono City 3104 Comb. South 3403a way, hava completed arraagements Pooley, In Lynhurst. true worth. He knows that ho has for the lawn fete to be given next The progress of the war during no more enthusiastic supporters than &s Mrs. John Fahey has received a Monday and Tuesday afternoons and the past month has roused high the priests of tho United States, hopes In letter from her son. Jack Fahey. evenings and the friends of the America that the end may announcing Ills arrival in England parish are Invited to pome and who are mostly of Irish birth or come within a year or so. There Is with the Barrow Unit No. 40. spend a pleasant day. The ladles 1130 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. blood, and he knows that Trish no will serve a plate luncheon from 5 doubt that tho Allies and Ameri Catholics of America have responded Mr. and Mrs. George Mulligan to 8 o'clock each day and lotto will cans have won great victories at tho to his call to arms in numbers en have returned from Toronto, whero do played in the afternoon. The tirely out of proportion to their Marno and in Picardy. What was they were called by tho Illness of Wheel Commltteo have secured planned to be a triumphant German Mr. Mulligan's mother, Mrs. T. many and valuable prizes to be percentage of the population. And awarded and tho Entertainment advance has been turned into a Mulligan. ho also knows that tho failure of Committee announces a pleasing decisive defeat and a retreat that HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Rebuilt and Used. the Carson gang to fasten that Ger- has only halted near programme of amusements for each Mr. and Mrs. William JOSEPH N. WIGGINS. the lines oc have returned to Jacksonville,Carter evening. Fla., man plot on the Nationalists is cupjed by Alt Makes. g tho Germans before tho after spending a week with her Paulsen and His Players really tho root of the charge against great letter of Joe Hlgglns, formerly a began last March. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Whalen, offensive MQTIEEU GIVES SEC SONS. the Irish priests, for the charge Is RENTED, member of tbe Kentucky Irish Restaurant Cafeteria First street. ofnothing more than an attempt to Whether Foch will continue the With tho anointment of .Tosnnh American force, and who heard the SOLD, Merry Garden Kiddyland ho took at the second Mr. and Mrs. M. J. O'Loughlln P. Dlneen, chaplain of Ws country early In the cover up tho bogus plot, and divort fensive which 1 battle of the Marne will depend and family will reside at Stlthton ninth Regiment, as of tho REPAIRED Secretary to fray, Joining the boys who are Swimming Pool attention from the persecution of upon tho readiness of his forces. If for the next few months, Mr. J' Hayes., "first to fight" on July 16, 1917. Dancing Hail Other RSYV Pal5? Nationalists by (he bigots and Tory Attractions he can do so nov he will doubtless O'Loughlln being engaged in con- rtilci,,1!,jl11? Ordinary of tho Ha Is a member or tho famous Fifth Office Equipment Co. Junkers who see in a measure of States forces, Mrs. Margaret Regiment of the Marino Corps, who strike hard to prevent the reorgani- tract work there. Dlneen, of New York City, now has did such great Tvork at Chateau INCORPORATED Justice to Ireland the end of their zation of the defeated army. There PERFECT FITTING Mr. and Mrs. O. Bernard McGinn six sons in tho service, two sons as Thierry last month. Ho says: class privileges. And tho President 125 South Fourth Ave. is reason for rejoicing over the vic- and Miss Anuo Peake visited in chaplains, and she recently offered "After an all night ride and half knows this and knows It only too tory so far gained. Tho part that New Albany last week and were her services as American Red Cross' 0 the next day we found ourselves SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES well. i.vi American soldiers played in it has entertained at evening dinner by jiu400newly TO.igw oiwu. .uesiaoa right In the thick of tho Prench-th- o Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Connell. appointed chaplain the .American drive, no won high praise for them In France others are Lieut. Chaplain Aloyslus you have seen in which papers,doubt RELIGIOUS PREJUDICE. and the C, Dlneen, of the and In England, and those at home d Mrs. McKenna Thomas will In take it from mo it was some drive, Religious prejudice dies hard. can well be proud of the splendid leave soon for a ten days' visit in fantry, in France; Dr. Paul Dlneen, Ad usual, the Marines were out in , Buffalo. She will be accompanied base hospital, France; Lieut. Francis front and had old Fritz on the run. We know of course that for certain record of our soldier boys. TO r ni But by (her Camp Hancock; Capt, Don't think much of them as flght- son Thomas and her niece, Dlneen, may eas-llwhoso prefeeslon It Is unfounded hopes individuals bo Miss May Sylvester Dlneen, fiixty-nlnt- h Catherine Mulloy. In as they only put up a light to create religious disturbance in raised by exaggerating tho extent fantry, New York, and Benedict jers, AUTOMOBILE OWNERS yyueu iiuey- nav you Heaiiy necessary of the victory. Its importance con Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Scott. Floral Dlneen, Quartermaster in the navy, communities prejudice is or when they can give Savo fifty gallons of gasoline for you gas or a lot of big shells at a for their existence. Their business sists principally in tne assurance Heights, have returned home from X COLLEGE OPE?rtN'G. a visit to their son, 'Harry P. Scott, the sum of One Dollar. distance. But get the Fritzles out In life is to sow prejudice in order that the German army has been uamp aneioy, miss., and othe Carbonvold will Increase your In the open or corner them In their Oculists' Prescriptions. to roap & harvest of pecuniary definitely dofeated on the western ai mileage 2U per cent., Tho new faculty of St. Xavler's holes and they will throw up their and points or interest in the South College has been appointed for the hands and holler 'Kainerad' for all profit and political preferment. We front. But a defeat does not mean prevent carbon and injure the SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY motor. Sold under anot Among the Louisville people seeta coming scholastic year, and positive guarSt. they are worth. We had them go caa understand their motives and that the enemy has been destroyed. in New xprK tne past week were va,vjefB ynu opoa us ooors tor tne ing so fast tne first day that we antee to do all that is claimed for XXGOBFOXATED despise them, wrltee the able editor The danger that threatened Paris J. Murphy, fifty-fift-h year oh Tuesday, Septemit. H. Redding, guns In of the rue Voke. But there Is and the channel ports a few weeks Aianon, m. j. Gathoff, S. E. C. Mc- - ber 3. Brother Benjamin, who captured all of their big prisoners. Fourth and Chestnut. Can you afford to drive your car L. White, our sector and 15,000 another cJase, have no political ago has been happily averted. It is W. It. Spauldlng and C. B. Moran. came to St. Xavler's one rear aeo. Our company went through a town, without Carbonvold? has been 'reappointed Director, and captured it, and took up positions from hitting us. Believe me I was axes to' grind, hut "who can not rid unlikely that any new offensive will men on the staff Mr. and be side of themselved of 'prejudice aalnst be undertaken by the Germans this and Misses Mrs. Henrv Mcnnnnnli the new Hilary, of LeonardwillHall, on the other brought the road. That glad I was ducking German shells KENTUCKY K0ALINE K0MPANY Brqther up reinforce instead of ours, as our artillery was Jeanette year. Even should such an offensive McConnell, who were and Adrlanne Maryland, and Brother Alden, of night Fritz Catholic candidate lot; office. Distributors in Kentucky, living on SI1-- 1 ments ana saenea our position ana sending over ten to their one. Am Strange to say this pjsjudlce to .'fo- be launched the result of the battle 801 LonlsvUIe Trust BaUdlng, kept It up all next day, but we held. in tha heft of health and feeling stered by agenciee that set them- for the past month has shown, that dence there and removed to this Brother Alden comes to take charge I think some one's prayers for me lust fine. Best regards tn mother. Telephone, City 4406. of the commercial department. muet have been heard as I came father and all the folks and friends. selves hp as moulders of public It can be held safely by the milled city. . Brother Bonaveaiure, for many through with only a-- scratch on my Will write 'luufe when I get paper,! r f opinion hseause they are gifted with fprces. That has been proven by Xavjer'8, and Brother Miss Margaret Wolfenberger and yer at scarce up In front. Alt) MirDlIC AllHf I ACS where a rock hit me after a as paper a superior sort of intfiHgaiie. For results already achieved. But It Miss Adeline iNalaon. who last vuv Tbeophane have been transferred to chin shell exploded on the road in close by la you tp say a llttlei"111' big prayer for me every iow and then other fields of labor. Parent anx- - front of us. InstaaoQ we art gravely 'assured by will take more than one victory to visited Miss Margaret smb Tor the next three, weeks wa are Lovingly gofeag to offer' all of, oar laces at a "We have been relieved and are as It goes a long- - way. the editor of a New York publication win the war. That the administra- Bowling Green, were entertained i l9.ua- ? ?nT'l their boys should With a "danpe and luncheon at Beech co5?? it PqMhle before the opening now back of the firing line, but yours, JOB." whlei aaph-frto national 'Influence tion at Washington realise this Is Bnd Park. liberal discount: ,TWs offer is geaH-lnto make arrangements. Also don't know how long. The and It will pay our .ottjttew parents of ojder, pupils should call Marines have for that "it will he a great blaatlair to shown by the haste that is insisted yiNCEXTIASB. Just been ejted by easterners to write as at osee wfcilo Miss Beszte Hannan lg the guest aP" inquire. aout their children's Gen. !erehlng for the part we took Ul torMsated world If one of the upon In the enactment of the new ' of only by In, Jhls country are 15,314 mem- - par"yte?k 1 complete. In the drive. Want to iay that ooMequmees of the great war shall draft law, We have begun nobly, tgeMiss Maria Walsh at .her eot- - PJ".rW-at Pentwatar. show, and the old u. s. has the best urHllart- - hers of thfT'St ' Vlroppnt' Aa (P.B"? Hn- Mleh. Miss "99 tna? results be suefc triftmteaiaiT and revision put we have only began as yet. The And nt Rogers Church Goods Co. Hannan Imm September 1 for t?T vTW authorities of St. eC all, but the artillery r1aina wb plftiv In S8ft rnnfrenUMi. i still before as and the New York, where :A of the Roman 'daa'eii." ehureh - i rat il will remain Xavler's are aaxleK q reMtve eo- - moye top fast, saying they had to thisf number abo"ut"i,00d are ' tjOta K out C iwHUe, operation. " our 12 S. FOURTH AVE. '' kft tfcetr barrage twiee to keep beis ef our Loalcville" 'eonf erences. The wianla ef the war will the ISth. . KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. strength, to the limit. It is encour-- j Miss Rose Cunningham, of Sev- - J f T$r' y" "J, "f Z Sccond-Cla- ti 26-2- 319-32- 1 S.X7jFi . 5 1 A SQGIETY. Twenty-sevent- fiffi&SiWHSP' sAKJ&JlriJMAtVr . i mm r. i" & t.-- SEND THEM WHEAT?! r a . w.m 12 1 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE er 1818-182- . n. REMOVED CUSCADEN'S ICE CREAM WORKS TO IWtWlt Mul-doo- n. i 619 SOUTH SECOND STREET ' Park and Restaurant - BRUEN'S BANNON ss - -- -- i P. PIPE CO. 573-178- WHaaLaB jqBHHf STM. SONS, J. B.2AIY PRACTICAL. PLUMBERS I FONTAINE FERRY TYPEWRITERS I Sixty-!ca1- J I I Fifty-secon- CD i SPECIAL e 4ee - I f -- iie I 1 I st . - s I e, I 1 a- I ; tk " . tt mera-aRt- f r jJB?2P'l:JOJ3rxr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these cohjms. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. SK OAAIl'REIib CREATES IRISH AJSOn&T&XCAX&m RIGHT OF CHILD. Every Catholic child has tho right to a Catholic education. Parents who send their children to schools where they receive no Catholic training are doing those little ones a great harm. Catholic schools are at least equal to any others in secular branches and at times are far superior. This Is true not only of tho primary schools but also of the high schools, academies and colleges. Locally we have schools, academies and colleges conducted by the Sisters and Xaverlan Brothers In which a most competent, efficient and experienced corps of teachers will be in charge of tho various classes, and tho fact that It is their life work, each teacher having Jn mind to strive for the greater honor and glory of God, insures for the children committed to their guidance the very best results. Registration begins September 2, and if parents value their peace of mind they will fulfill this obligation to their children. FORMED AIRMEN'S GUILD. SURPRISE. APPEALS TO BIGOTItY. for GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACARONI ALL GROCERS. MACHINE DRIED NOODLES SPAGHETTI Cc and 10c Packages Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. Homo Phono City 7638 HUNGER'S CHILE Highland 1033 JOS. V. CAFETERIA SPANINGER 458 South Fifth Street FOR LADIES GEO. AND GENTLEMEN BRE1TENSTEIN MA- CHINE CO. 3 East Main Street Automobile Repairing, Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended Home Phone City 1533. To. F. 731-73- 3. W. BUOKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 900 West Main Street iLoutevillo, Ky. H. Btevun W. NEWMAN ENGINEER OONTRAOTINa Sanitary Plumbing HOME OFFICE: 440 S. "SECOND LOUISVHiLE, Both Phones POULTRY KY. anI Hot Water Heating and Free HALLIR'SPETSHOP 210 WEST MARKET STREET GrXJWfBff BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 Phone City 6692 H. Platcff, Preat. I. Bush, GENERAL SUPPLIES Advice on Poultry Pet Diseases FOOD AND GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE that I should endeavor to tbe best of my ability to bring about a soluWINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS consent of the Irish tion, by 379 Baxter Avenno problem on the only lines which It eeomed to me held any promise of for henry scnun I mean Buccess united. Ireland." 1403 Seventh Street PATHWAYS OF PLEASURE. Choice Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE The midway of a fair is where MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, of City Home the people play and the midway to Butter a Specialty. the 1918 Kentucky State Fair, Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1558-be held in Louisville the week of gives promise of September SPROWIj E. R. being one of the most thoroughly REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER delightful, amusing and diversified 147 S. Fifth St, Louisville, Ky. "Pathways of Pleasure" that State Headquarters tor Farms. Auction Fair crowds have ever attended. of Real Eatato a Specialty. Guarantee of unalloyed enjoyment Phoned " Is offered In the fact that the street Home Cfcty 583 will be manned on either side by Cumb. M. 183. the great array of feature shows Home Phone 2550 touring under the Johnny J. Jones banner. Every one posted In reLouis A. Broring, D. D. S. gard to midway attractions is aware of the fact that there Is no midway organization In the country which can 'bbast a better, cleaner or brighter line-u- p of 900-oSTARKS BUILDING. than the Johnny J. Jones array, and the "pike" of 1918 is thereBoth Phones 2406 fore certain to be a ft 0 0. section of the fair. Y. 4, Political circles havo been given The .Lieutenant Governor of Alaa sensation by a declaration by Sir bama, Thomas E. Kilby, entering James H. M. Campbell, Lord Chan- the race for Governor of his State, cellor of Ireland, that he Is In favor has opened his campaign by ap- ihr a. united nf Ireland." This statement was made . pealing to religious bigotry and ig-b-y him at a luncheon at Dublin on norant prejudice. He has bravely Saturday. When Sir James was ap- -' declared himself against "all auto- in sue crats, 'be they kings, czars, kaisers, Dolnted Lord Chancellor cession to Sir Ignatius John O'Brien popes, of princes or potentates last June, it "Was believed that the action of the Government meant a lesser estate." Having delivered complete reversal of the Irish pol- himself of this patriotic utterance icy. His speech, however, proves he" lays down the mala plank of his himself declaring Dy that he is a convert to home rule, Dlatform according to Liberal commentators. against Catholics holding office in Sir James is quoted as follows: Alabama: "From the day the war broke out can answer emphatically that I determined., regardless of my I do not favor Catholics controlling commitments in the past and the the offices of cities, State and views of my old political colleagues, counties, teaching in the public iit RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our rcad-r- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. t LOUISVILLE I SWISS INCORPORATED TfTCTSTrpTTrnrv 'I !lHttHmMMI8HMMmiHMHtttWMWtM NATIONAL HATTERS pieptEs PKovroEirr into err Imm TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. Incorporated. organized by 325 W. Jefferson St., LonlsviUe, Ky. n ctMMM to make Suits Pressed' While You Wait. ' Hats Cleaned and Blocked While LOANS Home Phone City 1931 on furniture and other personal You Wait Soldiers' Uniforms and erty at LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. DENTIST Ql much-soug- ht aad Secretary McAdoo has definitely announced that the Fourth Liberty PLATE GLASS loan bonds will bear 44 per cent, interest. The Secretary has been 123 SOUTH THIRi) STREET Insistent that the Government interest rate should be stabilized at ENGRAVERS Ai per cent. He points out that SCHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY a raise in the rate of interest of one of 1 per cent, on ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS 110,000,000,000 of Government ELECTROTYPERS bonds would mean an annual increase In Louisville, Ky. charges,of '$25,000,000 money Interest 830 W. Mala St., would and that this have to be raised toy increased taxa Home Phone City 5674 tion and paid by the people of the country. one-fourth REUTLINGER Adolph Reutllnger SURA FIRE INLIABILITY NOB TORNADO, AND LIBERTY LOAN INTEREST. "SOUTHERN STAB" SLICED BACON Sea-Trea- s. SOLDIERS ARE HONORED. The Associated Irish Societies of Cincinnati honored over 6,000 volunteers and sejectives of Hamilton BUILDERS county and of Irish ancestry last HAMS, LARD, 8AUSAGB (Special Attention To Repair Work Sunday at Coney Island during their tOUJBVIIiliS PROVISION CO. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished celebration, which was (labors rat4.) OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. a great success. Delegations ifrom Hamilton, Dayton and Columbus, THE SIGN OF QUALITY City 6085 Home Phone Ohio; Indianapolis and Fort Thomas attended the celebration. The Fort Highl'd 741S Thomas delegation was made up of P. FREDERICKS East 180 soldiers from the army post. These Dealer in KENTUCKY soldiers were honor guests and IiATJNDRY RAGS, were given the "key" of Coney by METAL, IRON, SCRAP CO. the Irish Day Committee. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Incorporated Paper Stock A Specialty a THEY NEVER WILL. 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET Underbill St. We would liko to know the Bet. Market and Jefferson Geo. Dearborn anxiety is consuming ua if tho Manager LOUISVILLE KY. Guardians of Liberty or tho other A, P. A. sprouts are making themselves very conspicuous at Cairip Funston in this State. Also, again, if tho number of recuits from the twenty-flv- o cent section of our pa- America. ii triotic snitizenship are so numerous na to embarrass tho commissary deDONEGAL CUSTOM. partment. Catholic Advance. century-ol- d A custom of old Done 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, LEFT BOUNCING BOYS. gal is called to mind by the appeal The Stork has been visiting the which Father McHugh, P. P., of East End and left two bouncing Carna, County Galway, makes on boys, one at the home of Andrew behalf of tho?e sorrowers among hl3 flock whose dear ones Corcoran and one with Louis Abel, fisher-fol- k whose friends extend their best havo been drowned. Tho setting of wishes. Both fathers have been the picture is when a mist sweeps wearing rtho smile that won't come up from the Atlantic, hiding the Homo City 2008 Cumb. Main 2008-- a tall mountain tops and covering the off and have ben ' "!' H4 cheer" in honor dispensing "good bog with a cold, gray mantle. The of "the new ar- poor has finished his rivals. work, and as the Angelus rings out softly from the little chapel on the MILITARY NUMBERS. ? hillside he turns his fnen homiv. UUMUliAULAtfiU fllAlIN HWfX-- 7 nUUU raUHIS 88 'wards. Murty Donavan for that An army corps is 60.000 m an infantry division ID, 000 an in- - ,s tne turrcutter's name owns the fantry brigade 7,000 men. A reel- - smallest and Poorest cabin on this Croagh Patrick. He nient of infantry is 3,000 men. a,sde boy, Broona of when almost 1,000 men, a company 250 men, a platoon sixty men, a Cor- the Cross Roads. Ho; had only one stony field and no money, poral's squad is eleven men. A small, field battery Is 195 men, a firing and Broona herself was without a squad twenty men. A supply train fortune, and did not even possess a But they were married and has 283 men, a machine gun bat- cow. talion has 296 men, an engineer's contented. Dreary as the evening &2SS5 Is, Murty himself is not sad; for regiment has 1,098 men. An amBroona and the llttlo ones aro lookbulance company has sixty-si-x men, ing darkness for a field hospital iflfty-flv-o men and nnd through thesees beforehand him, he almost the a medicine attachment has thirteen great pot of potatoes which are bemen. ing boiled for supper. Ho must hurry himself or his little girl will !! DISAPPOINT MUCKRAKERS. be getting anxloua, for was not her brother lost iri a mist, just Tho health of our army in France own this one, and no one ever heard must be a great disappointment to Jike of him again? The bogs are a lot of muckraking busybodles who word AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Murty treacherous sometimes. thought they saw a chance to say no need to knock; indeed the has door something. Is open wide, and the firelight from within shines very briKhtlv. A tall. EASTERN FORESTS. d woman sits in the chim before a spinning-whee- l. President Wilson has issued a May and wee Johnny lift their rosy proclamation establishing three new faces to him for a kiss and Murty BOTr PHONES 810. national forests in the iEast the is as happy as a king1. Broona rises White Mountain in Maine and New presently from her wheel goes Hampshire, the Shenandoah in Vir- to tho cupboard. Out of and she SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. this ginia and West Virginia and the brings tho old swinging lamp, which Natural Bridge In Virginia. she bangs on to Its chain by the Baby Dan is still too window. SAVE YOUR SOLE. small to hold the lighted candle, "As Ner to You as th Nearest Phone" but Broona puts It into Johnny's "You can save money and hit the fat hands, and wee Mary, Murty and serious varnishing herself bow their heads reverently. FUNERAL FLOWERS Kaiser a vt your blow by says the soles shoes," It. R. Then very solemnly the little child Funeral Directors Penska, acting dean of the school recites ihe old Irish prayer: "May A Special Spray $3.00 of forestry of the Montana Uni- the Lamb of God lead us all to the versity. Embalm.ers. of copal var- light of heaven." Murty helps to A Special Wreath $5.00 nish, not "A half-pia shellac varnish, that guide the candle light, and in ancosts twenty-fiv- e cents, and a other moment the lamp is burning en-cent brush will be all a person brightly. Murty and Broona are TdeptioBe IMS. will require a year. Shoe soles very "ignorant," but their Celtic that have Ibeen varnished will last forefathers have for centuries refour or five times as long as those peated this same prayer. Every imMlmif tm left 'unvarnished." evening as the darknee covers tho sea and mountains the lamp le lit fcurthrnuelouinrtCr In each cabin by the youngest child FAIR ENOUGn. of the family, and the little ones e telegraph Flowers Bverywhsit "Will Brady was "kidding" otfe are taught to ask the Good King of Mike Walsh's1 painters recently for a better light: This custom stlM HANKS AS MAJOR. about coming lite to irork. The Prevails la parts of 'Connemara and painter said: "I had to etop and Donegal and Galway. and way have Capt Frank B. McKenna, o& of have my hair eut." Brady said: been known in the' home 426 V. MARKET which Justlee MifCenna. ' 61 "t)fe Waited "You didn't do it on your em- Father McHugh telle us have been JC. STSpteme Court, has been ployer's time, did you?" said the made desolate by death. A complete Hue of FarMo ooMted to be Major. He fs a plumber. aftaA'! sdrfate of Weat Point and served mMw "fare I did," said the painter; ifonui i8A e ei fufeS j pviu jyf 4TTSJ0 wre T "" In tne Philippines. used this aufcuma. "it rew en his time." JI Heady for CONTRACTORS AND PLATOPF & BUSH Incorporated XonUag" Ynr GrMdU ta tbs wln-the-w- ar 014-oa- 214-21- '"M'tl"M'j DOUGHERTY & McELLMT Funeral Directors and Embalmersl BOTH IHOIJ3JS. -t' -- Bchools and generally attempting to dictate to our public officers. Separation of State and Church Is just as lmporant to our institutions as religious freedom, and when tho Catholic church, or any church, attempts to exercise domination in public affairs it toecome dangerous. ... So long as their nosumy exists Just so long should the adherents of that church be barred from positions that can well be filled by citizens who' aTe in full sympathy with our institutions." The Montgomery Advertiser comdementing on this statement clares: "This Js amazing. The motive behind - is amazing. It is amazing for its Teckless misrepresentation. " It certainly ds amazing that Alabama should tolerate such action from an official of the State who is banking his chance for higher office on an appeal to religious prejudice. It must be more than amazing for the Catholic lad of Alabama who has,, bled on the his Protfields of France beside estant fellow soldier to realize that he Is lighting for the liberties of the world, but that he can not the liberty of holding office in his natlvd State or oven of teaching a Is school there, because he Catholic. With thousands of other Catholics up and down the land he rallied to the colors whea the call came. Patriotism, his church had taught him, meant more than singing the "Star Spangled Banner" on a fair day down In Alabama wheri the band was playing. It meant tho trenches with their mud, and tfdunds, and suffering unto death, This was patriotism and he had lived it. The day dawned when he came out of the valley of the dark shadow that had hovered over his hospital cot ever since the stretcher-beaiehad brought him in from No Man'd Land. He asked for news from home and this is what he read in tils own home paper from old Ala bama: "You can come back to your native State, but if a" certain Thomas E. Kilby is Governor you can not hold office and you can not teach school, because you are a Catholic. For God and State you have given away your youth but you can not have the rights of a citizen In the State you have bled for, because you" are a Catholic." The Montgomery Advertiser believes that the citizenship of tho Btate will repudiate tho Kilby platform and defeat the man "who asks as to proscribe and distrust our aelghbors whose sons are today fighting side by side with our sons tir the- ied -- valley of "the tMarne tVhat AJabama will do no one knows. Incomplete returns Indicate defeat at the primaries for Thomas E. Kilby. The Government at Washington should watch every politician who injects bigotry dnto his campaign for office. Such men bear watching, for they are playing Into the hands of our enemies. en-Joy ni " well-know- Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." Home Phone Bhawneo 803 X.OWEST ATX. Coleman Bid?., 8. E. Cor. Third and JeftersM. Doth Phones, 2886. According to the London Tablet a St. Michael's Guild ior Airmen has recently been formed in Great Britain. The Cardinal Archbishop df Westminster has Invited all members of the Royal air forces to join the guild, and thus to place thomselves under the special protection of St. Michael the Archangel. Members of the guild wear a medal to of St. Michael and undertake invoke their patron every day, es pecially before flying. It is that all men In the Royal air forces will Join the guild, to which Canadian and United States airmen are also eligible. Others may become associates by under taking to pray for the members. ed HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOH& Tin Roofs Ropalred and Painted 1815 S. Twenty-sixt- h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty St. 2011 W. Broadwny, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY Loans to those having regular inHeadquarters tor comes oi1 salary, with no publicity tape. Loans to housekeepers CRY AND FARM FROPMWIT, or red on their personal security. ' Se'e us about anything 'la rms estate. Wo aell, buy and rent " F. R. POOLEY, Room 1, Courier-Journ604 W. JEFFERSON 8T. Building, 415 S. Fourth Street. Home Phono City 4464. Rev. A. N. Morgan, of St. Michael s Presbytery at Ashford, Middlesex, H. YANN DALRX COMPANY Phono City 2771 has been placed in charg6 of the X. enrollment of the members and the 0. T. THOMAS & GO. INCORPOfU.TK business of the guild. SAM L. ROBERTSON 0. al PUBLIC TRAVEL. W. G. McAdoo, Director General 88-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. REAL ESTATE J. G. PULLIAM - of Railroads, has Just stated that among the many patriotic duties'! "SOUTHER STAR" (he American public at this time is SLICED BACON the duty to refrain from traveling unnecessarily. Every man, woman "AU Ready' for Your Griddle In the Morning" and child who can avoid using HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE passenger trains at this time should IjO'UISVILLE PROVISION CO. do so. Not only will they thereby transportation liberate essential Incorporated facilities which are necessary for war purposes, but they will save money which they can invest iri Liberty bonds and thus help themselves as well as their country; and tne rewer wno travel the more ample the passenger train service will be. Director McAdoo adds that every possible effort 1st being made by the railroad administration to The, Smoke Oi The, Hour. supply the largest possible amount of prompt comfortable and DEAD ANIMALS passenger train service. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID EUCHRE AND LOTTO- Call Homo Phone City 721; The people of St. Patrlck'c par- Cumb. Phone Main 721. ish have entered heartily Into the LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. spirit of the euchre and lotto to be held Monday LOUISVILLE SAVINGS afternoon and evening in the new SOUTH hall at Sixteenth and (Market. It AND DEPOSIT BANK will be in chargo of the officers' and members of the St. Ann and Fourth nnd Central Avonuo St. Joseph Society and officers of Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings the Altar Society. Refreshments and luncheon will be served and Deposits. A General Banking Busimany prizes awarded. Those who ness Transacted. would spend a real pleasant evening are invited to attend. Home Phono City 2845 RETURN FOR SCHOOL. ItATH'S CAFE The Sisters of ProvlHnnnA. nhn AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor have fih.irirfi nt nurnrTilnl onVmnlo In New Albany and Jeffersonvllle and 421 East Jefferson Street nave Deen attending tne annual re- Both Phones 4202 630 WEST JEFFERSON LonlsvlHo, Ky. STREM MOVING AND PACKINGI Motor Truck Express PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY 231 West Green Street Home Phone City 9130 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY ticSmokers K2s!ite-j.i- FRED HORNUNG,JR. "SREVA' PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 East Franklin Street AND FRESH MEATS 967-- A GROCERIES Cumb. Main Phone City 4131 BERNARD FENZ FOR YOUR GROCERIES EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and. Satisfaction.... . --1 East St. Cnthcrino J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Homo Phone Parkway 350 Cumb. Phono South 2255-- Y I j4..M-l"i"l"I"l-W-M-t-M-I-H- turf-cutt- er '.AJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVtirVVV1lV ::z:::":v J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ', near Terre Haute, returned home Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 ARTISTIC PRINTING tnjs week. Thn retwwit o.lnaerl with an Impressive service. In which tho CHARLES BALL3LUER FIRST CLASS WORK uignt itev. Josepn cnartrand. Coadjutor Bishop of the Dloceso of 230 East Market Street Give This Office Your Next Order Indianapolis, delivered the address. '! Between Brook and Floyd !:l,Ml 317 W. GREEN ST. BREAKING UP MEETINGS. PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND Telephone City 946 SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty Some arrests occurred in Dublin late on Friday of last week as a result of Sinn Fein meetings, 'fStw ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. twenty of which were broken up by police. Many Sinn Fein meetthe We Will EXCHANGE your old model for ings were held throughout Ireland NEW TYPE FAN. Friday and the day before, but there was little excitement, as in CO. most cases the police arrived after yffl JSBvr Cit INCOnPORATED the gatherings had dispersed volun3 PHONES Ma,IOJ tarily. 333 WEST MAIN STREET treat at St. to a CH1XDERS ELECTRIC mar-battali- on OWNED 500 YEARS. East JMColn. Street ViVAVVVVV The closing exercises of a retreat 30x3 Thermold PI. CI t These tires are all first craarantasd T 8.50 recently conducted by the Domini- 30x3 Thermold Ws. CI 8.95 stock, with namo and serial number at10.96 tached. can fathers at Lorrha. Tlnnerarv. 30x3 Thermold PI. CI 12.25 We solicit a call to inspect our stock Thermold PI. Ireland, were held In the ruins of 32x3 M, Thermold Ns. 8 12.9S at both stores. 32x3 Ss tho Dominican Abbey which was Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, cityP7soiNE3 founded in 1269 by Walter De 46o1s!JpISTKesx. Burgh, Earl of Ulster, and for over Retail Branch Main 1039 Incorporated 600 years owned by the Dominicans. 666 S. THIBD ST. FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. ntlSH BIRTH RATE. The Irish Registrar General's return for tho first quarter of this year shows a drop in the Irish birth rate of 3.6 below the average for the previous ten years. The marriage rate is practically stationary. The death rate Is 3.3 below the average. Tho general prosperity of Ireland is reflected toy tho fact that the returns on Irish pauperism shows a decrease of 3,122 In the average number of workhouso Inmates. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. 81v your boys an education that prepare them tot life. vll MM"i"M"M"f QRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 1 113 VT. Broadway, Soaisvllle, Sty. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical, Scientific and Buslnesi Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bra Benjamin, Dlr. SMOKE I Funeral I and Embalmed TARPY'S Lady Dash XOc Little A J. 5c blue-eye- ney-corn- er East 903 PHONES High. 375 JOHN M. SGHMITT WtHltIWHlitltIWlllrt Scfmh H. BOSSEfcSON and nt fifte- x,oinsyiLp. 2228 Bardstown Road 1 Best Cigars Made Women will notice that button shoes are little worn. and Wagon Builder Devil's blue will be increasingly Blacksmith Rubber Tiring. popular In fall millinery. IiOW shoes will bo worn to a very McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn great extent, even in cool weather. and Rakes. Lace shoes are neatest and trim- Mowers line of repairs. A full mest and most easily kept in condition. Bardstown Road Garage. The combination frock is being used very much by the small girl these days. Accordion plaiting is going to be in the lists again this autumn for soparate skirts. Both silk and wool jersey are much used In making children's coats and frocks. NOlRTON BUILQING Women will wear spats again as fondly as they did two seasons' ago, N. W.Cirner Fatirfk and else- they will take to heavier stoek-ingUocnul Uitt nl,iHflrlH Trulai linmlir hold their own and gain & good deal muph mnra more in popularity this autumn. Now the nrlce is verv Dr. Uriah Z. LItsty reasonable, almost anyone who As we draw nearer to autumn BBf13SjpBv Ckirepedist we lnd that velvet will probably SSSBB .JJbsssbw negligee of barbaric coloring. bo much used In the" cdmlng winter. Beach shawls, whfah gained eon- - It is a warm fabric, and it is at Strka At. fuhlhnnhla WIBMla the same time a A sorts this summer, are going to fabric. rF5. resrtc jichsck: FRED ERHART ARCHITECT M& mA o - Jcfferr CORNS,BUNIONS 67. g. sIHpT-flhlf- o Jst o jacj&xsrrxzoEcr wmmmmmmm is:c-d- C t m Toman Straus e sons fUj We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. free to all members of the S. A. T, KMHIITS OP IWIIIBIIS C. by tho Government. Officer in equipment structors and military will be provided by tho War Department. For further Information What They Have Been Doing apply to any college or to the Com- Late News That Will Interest mittee on Education and Special Members Hero and the Past Week General Training, War Department, Wash ington, D. C. News Notes. HIBERNIANS. ShOCS For The For the young miss who wears a size from 1 1 to 2 we are showing a Shoe of extraordinary quality at Kldfe AT CAMP TAYLOR. National Secretary Matthews reports tho order In sound financial condition. The Individual prizes given the ball players tho past few weeks certainly brought results. Tom Noone, of Division 3, says ho would like to get on tho ball team as a pinch hitter. NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT Division 3 had a lively and interesting session last Friday night and there was much enthusiasm. Los Angeles Hibernians are investing the proceeds of all entertainments in war savings stamps. James McTlghe, Ed Byrne, L. J. Meany, Pat Connelly and Fred Mooney, of Division 4, were visitors 1 at Division 3's meeting. Hibernians In Ireland are conDr. gratulating tho Most Rev. GUmartin on his elevation to the TO GO WITH THESE SUITS Archbishopric of Tuam. Monday night the Hibernians and Ladies' Auxiliary of Portland, Ore., dedicated a beautiful service flag with appropriate exercises. National Hibernian, tho The of the New Lines of White and Colored Diess Goods monthly magazinesuspended Ancient by tho Order, has been REV. FRANK J. MARTIN. National Board of Directors. and Laces for Girls' school wear. E. J. Murnane, for years Secre- army chaplain class at Camp Zach- tary of the division at Portland, ary Taylor. Father Martin is the Ore., has resigned and left for Cali- eldest son .of Jlr. and Mrs. A. F. fornia to complete his education Martin, of West Broadway. for the priesthood. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. The million dollar fund for the benefit of families of members who The Twin City Baseball Leajrue die in the service of .the country is being increased, contributions be finished its 1918 schedule last Sun day afternoon after a trying season, ing received almost daily. and President William M. Duffy The Hibernians were active SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. are being tho reception tendered Archbish pp and the other officials congratulated on all Dougherty when he joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's erable mother, who visited his v n- - ing the organization sides forinkeepHundreds are going the still resides In face of tho constant crippling of worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings tho house in which he was born tho teams by tho army draft. Tho deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1.000 members. The annual celebration last Sat Knights of Columbus nosed the Hiday was the happiest outing f bernians out for tho pennant, winMilwaukee Hibernians ever by one ranged. Large delegations from ning Trinity game, tho 8Knights beat 12 to In tho last many Wisconsin cities were present. ing game, while tho Hibernian boys ran Past National President James all over Mackln to the tune of 18 Regan and a large number of Hi to 4. Besides 2 -2 Lbs. For 65c many players bernians from the Twin Cities, on that went to thethe army and navy the their way to the Great Lakes Train- Twin City sent Harry Honnessy, tho A COrrEB THAT IS KNOWN TOB ITS FINS CUP ing Station, tarried at Milwaukee QUALITY. Lew Ullrich, Saturday for tho Hibernian picnic. the official scorer, and Managers 3MC. A feature of the joyous annual "Bud" O'Brien and Jack Sheehan. river excursion of the Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold of Portland, Ore., was Hibernians Tho Vernon team under Manager the largo Kupor made a good showing this Direct to Consumer. number joining in tho singing of season and Trinity played better OUXSVI3, XT. 313 W. MABKET ST. patriotic and other songs, ono of ball than tho final standing shows. Return this advertisement with remittance and we the results of the war being Manager Leo Connelly put a lot of ic. I. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. evidenced by tho familiarity of tho "pep" in Mackln and finished aud'enco with tho "Star Spangled strong. After Manager O'Brien's Banner," which was rendered three departuro tho Champs lost heart, different times during the day. and llko the famous Athletics went Indianapolis Hibernians, under to tho cellar position. Manager the auspices of the Ladies' Aux Ben Bossmeyer, of tho pennant winners, furnished Incentive for his iliary, had a great "Irish day" celebration at Broad Ripple Park last team by playing tho best infield Saturday. American and Irish col- gamo In tho league, while Manager ors were profuse and the effort to "Boots" Murphy, of the A. O. H make the celebration worthy of tho was knocking at the door with the occasion was in every way highly best lineup in the leacue. The final successful and gratifying to tho standing is as follows: ladies and their coworkers. W L Pet. -. K. ofC g 2 .818 Hibernians CARDINAL AND GOVERNOR. 8 3 .727 LOUISVHAjE, KENTUCKY. SECOND AND BUEOtaNRDDGB, i. SCHOOL SUITS FOR BOYS $6.45 $7.45 $10 Division evening. 4 will meet Monday White Shirts 60c and Blouses Utah almost doubled Its memberAssistant at St. Patrick's church, who is a member of the present ship last year. fourth Wisconsin lias twenty-fiv- e degree assemblies. Louisville Council will have an initiation during September. An exemplification of the fourth degreo will tako place In Toronto ou Labor day. tho Boston Knights have taken old Notro Dame Academy buildinc Up for war work. 1 itffHiBllw Membership in the six States was increased Jam fxEaWWmv V 2,335 last year. The result of the first day's drive at Pasadena totaled $3,500. It will g go over the top. Plans are under way for a big fourth degree Initiation at Sioux iWLaeeeeeW Inter-mountain Best Kinds Are at "The Boston." 3.50 Brown, Black or Patent, Button or Lace. pi I 79c $1.00 I City on October 13. The Knights of Columbus building at Sacramento has become very popular with the soldier boys. Early in September there will bo an initiation and large Increase in See These Before Buying the Next Pair t f t membership at Vancouver, Wash. Northsldo Council, Cincinnati, has unfurled a new service flag for Us 102 members in tho army and navy. Oklahoma City Knights are dis playing a new sixty-sta- r service flag in front of their home on West 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVE., LOUISVILLE. Liberty Insurance Bank Fourth street During the fall season John McCormack, the great Irish tenor, camps and hospitals. N3s6sS will make many visits to our army The Last Dollar ' TEMPORARY QUARTERS That you spent tor something you did not NEED would have started a Beginning on Columbus day tho SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED Now York Chapter will inaugurate a membership campaign that will twice year; There MAY COJ4K a time when your "LAS1 DOLLAR' continue for ono week. Supremo Master Reddln has ap- flg must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now ol tht pointed James J. O'Brien, of Lexdollars yon are wasting might keep that "bard time" from evr coming ington, as one of the District Masters in tho Ohio Valley. ized a special War Activities Bureau, which will look after tho welfare of all soldiers and sailors passing Cincinnati Knights have organ- l Mtilloy's New Blend Coffee 1- Secretary-Treasure- r; JOJEHSr MXJJMCOY through that city. It seems a pity that there should bo any division in tho work for war activities. There should bo no lines drawn, and all war actlvty agencies will work best In one great drive. ADELBERG OHAUVENET. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. m&mm&$mm wgmrnggmsmms. BE SURE TO CALL FOR Saturdays Until 7 p. m. H VernoU Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and Tenches kindred subjects. Day and Night classes the year round. Our system Is right; our prices nro right; wo treat you right. Enroll any time. J. D. OREAGER, Prln. Book-keeping, SIXTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September 9 to 14, 1918. $ 78,000 IN PREMIUMS 10,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE; S15.000 BEEF CATTLE SHOW $10,000 FATTED AND FEEDING CATTLE SHOW BIGGEST BABY HEALTH CONTEST EVER HELD IN THE STATE BOYS' CORN AND PIG CLUB DISPLAYS AUTOMOBILE SPEED CONTESTS FOR LARGE PURSES BY WORLD'S FAMOUS DRIVERS TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES HIGH CLASS MIDAVA1 AND IOPPODROME ATTRACTIONS On Sunday. September 8, 1018, hear Sacred Concert by Tharlu's Famous Band and Concert Singers, with TWO Flights of RUTH LAW, the AVorlds Famous Avlntrix For Cataloguo and other Information write FOUNT T. ICREMER, Secretary 001 Republic Building, Louisville, Ky. specie x E. L UNNING, PRES. Fifteenth and Mipwlla S. 9BBY City 3101 J. Ml DOUGHERTY, Main Office -FCity SIO irst Vie Free. and A St:. E, H.NIEHAUS, Elevator Pop Sec-Tre- S. 1058Y and Payne Hithland 1462 HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. QtJAXIIMer - DISTRIBUTORS OF THE SBRVI0:E High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal All coal sold at Government prices. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. l $ : Where the Quid! Meal Comes In the kMM brightest; bare the work U lightest; here the aaeal eeked beat; mtere the nwge standi the teat the where That's inure la 1 I i "Qedek Meed" eetaee fl&ll J5SSJ fl5iaail JHaJISift II H nHHlBHip 11 If f II i JfcBi IpSLfSESS I Where work la faleMy doBe Where re1 cooking fHHJ seeeu Where baldse; girea Ught; Where drudge la est if 8,gbt (ho That'a where "Quick Meal" eesaer QaUk Meal Gaa Kaaea SelJ, Iiiatalled nad Hif hly Reearan.MiI.il GEHER & SON, ?m w. 215 MARKET ST Tho International 6 Typographical Mackin 5 455 Union, which last week held its an- Trinity 3 7 .300 o nual convention at Scranton, where Champs 10 .000 the opening prayer and address of ST. LEO'S PICNIC welcome was made by Right Rev. THE PHIL. HOLLENBACH 00 Bishop Hoban, was the receplent of INCOItrOKATKD Tho annual reunion and nlcnie of hundreds of congratulatory and Distiller Of commendatory messages from Presi- St. Leo's church, Highland Park, dent Wilson and Government offi will take place next Wednesday OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH on cials, Judges, Senators, Representa evening at Thornsberry Grovo "HOLLENBAOn" PURE RYH tives, Governors, newspaper pub the Ashbottom road at Highland S28 W. Mala St. ijio latues or tho congregaLouisville. jT. lishers and employing printers and prominent ecclesiastics. Tho spirit tion are preparing to servo an country dinner and a of all are expressed In those of Cardinal Gibbons and Gov. Stanley, chicken supper and invito the SISTERS AIDING A3D3RIOA. following is the letter to President friends of their littlo parish to come hospitality. Marsden G. Scott from the great and partake of their II y Tho picnic will bo an In tho early morning darkness li affair American Cardinal: and ono can enjoy a day's outing und under the strictest military dis"I have read with much pleasure of 'hundreds Catholic and edification tho good work ac- In this shady grovo, with amuse cipline, complished by your organization as ments of all klndn for young and nurses and Sisters have been sent old to make the day a pleasant one. from our ports to France during the set forth in your booklet, 'Somewhere in France.' Your work dis- The proceeds will bo used for tho last fow weeks. So quiet and secret and nave been tho movements of these plays a loyalty which no doubt 13 benefit of St. Leo's church most cheering to our leaders in this school, and as tho object is a Bands of Mercy that only few per worthy ono it is honed many will sons knew of their sailings. Tho terrific crisis. More than this your charity to tho afflicted Is admirable. take advantage of tho opportunity nurses and Sisters have all been to help this struggling littlo con under command of a regular army I beg God may bless your delibera tho tions ana cause you to grow in gregation. Rov. Father Fitzgerald, officer and marched through the pastor, and his aides will make stillness before dawn to St. 'A numbers and in zeal." o your stay a pleasant one. Stephen's church, New York City, Gov. Stanley, who was an earnest where they wero received by Bishop supporter in Congress of all measINCREASING POPULARITY. Patrick J. Hays, Chaplain Bishop ures that would elevate tho workNONE PURER NONE BETTER overseas. Promptly at 3 o'clock ing people, says In his message: The popularity of Fontaine Ferry mass Is read for tho departing Sis"The attitude of the International Typographical Union is a Park was never more manifest than ters and nurses and each receives most strlklnc and suDerb iiiiintrn. Just now, being thronged daily with holy communion. Then to the of tho military tion of the wisdom, the efficiency people who here find comfort and sharp commands pleasure and escape from the In- officer in charge the black-robe- d and the exalted patriotism of American labor and American man- tense heat. All tho attractions are figures march either to a waiting CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, hood at this trying hour. In the In full swing and well patronized transport or train, ono to carry wise provision for your brother and patrons are well cared for by them directly across and tho other members in case of accident or Judge Wilson and his forces. An to take them to a nearby Atlantic ueath you evidence your humanity other good bill will be presented In port to await the first boat for and sagacity; in the numbers who the vaudeville theater, with Miss France. As much secrecy has been Home City 1389 BOTH PHONES Cumh. Main 1389 have responded to their country's Margarite Farrell starring as the maintained about tho departureof call, I find proof of your willingness headllnor. Next Wednesday will bo tho nurses as has been spread about to fight and, if need be, to die for Good Shepherd day and a benefit tho departure of troops. Father Joconvent. Among seph P. DIneen, tho iBIshop's SecreOld Glory; in tho determination of for the iBank-strethoso who abide on this side of the the special attractions this day will tary, has had many of tho nurse troubled waters to countenance no bo the soldier chorus from Oamp units in charge and has escorted form of dissension or strife at this Taylor, the baby show and athletic them to trains or transports in tho time wo see tho same sulendld snlrlt exercises directed by William P. early morning. Ho said Saturday: "Catholic nurses and Sisters aro displayed by those who servo this Mcuonogh, and the euchro in charge WW going over by tho hundreds. The great cause abroad. With such men of Miss Mary Doherty. units are composed of 100 women, with us Prussianism can not preINCORPOItATKD all in charge of a regular army OPEN Am LOTTO PARTY. vail. Wo can and we will win." officer. They are marched hero FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. Next Thursday evening the from tho Nurses' Mobilization House TRAINING FOR STUDENTS. Columbia Athletic Club will offer at"?120 Madison avenue, always in KENTUCKY The Students' Army Training Its ifriends a pleasant evening's en- darkness. They are formed in reg- LOUISVILLEular military Corps Is the name given to tho tertainment on tho spaciouB club tho commands formation and obey of their officer like military organization to bo per- house lawn, 621 East St. Catherine fected In the colleges this fall, by street, for which there will be no well drilled veterans. Bishop Hayes which our young mon may become admission charged, but some lucky is aiways up ana ready for them members of tho United States army person will Tecelve a $2.50 gold and greets them as they march into and provide for the very important piece. A feature will be the lotto tho church. Immediately following needs of tho army for highly trained party, for which there will be many the holy communion tho nursM nnri men as officers, engineers, chemists, handsome and desirable prizes. Sisters are again drawn up In milidoctors, administrators. The plan This club knows how to entertain tary formation and marched to Common is an attompt to mobilize and de- Its frlenda and a big party is their point of embarkation. These nurses and Sisters are not confined velop tho brain power of tho young looKea tor. to the army, as many of them have Due to the rreat demand we are mow BOTTLING COMMON men or me country xor tnoso services which demand special training. MOVING OUR TROOPS. voiunteerea and foeon trained as and it yen have tried the rest get the BEST. navy nurses. All able-bodi-ed Tho latest unit to students In tho colHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Weft 69. lege whoro a corps is organized Tho world has been astonished at sail for France was made up of PHONES elghty-nin- o trained Catholic nurses mar enroll or enlist Tho enlisted tho great number of American solstudent does not receive Tav. he- - diers transported to Europe in tho and eleven Sister nurses. All of IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE cause he Is on Inactive service. He last half year. The number now this unit wero mustered In In the Its, However, m tho military service approximates 1,500,000, and the far South but were mobilized at a of the United States. He may at- loss of Hfo in transporting them certain time In New York. It Is tend camp for six weeks durlntr has beon almost Infinitesimal. The not permissible to say Just how success with which we havo moved many nurses wo have sent over, summer, when ho receives nay. Opportunity will be given for tho our troops from the scattered but the number Is large, much SATISFIES THAT LONGING. enlisted student who so olects to camps In this country and across larger than those on the outside ." transfer from army to navy or to 3.000 IllilOH of nrpnn 1n tho hnttln womu be asalgned to actlvo service in ono front is great evidence of American It was also announced by Father of the various special corps. Reg- efficiency. We have not only sur- DIneen that Bishop Hayes and him-- l INCORPORATED ular uniform, including hats, shoes prised our enemies, wo have sur- jjoji nuuiu sail ior ranee within I pH0Ng 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, the next few days. and overcoat, will be furnished prised our friends and ourselves. ed all-da- 6 3 .667 Father William Gausepohl officiat Lieut. Chauvenet recently re turned from France, whoro ho was sent a year ago last January from Harvard with tho American Ambulance Corps, and the entered Artillery Central Officers' Field Training Camp at Camp Zachary Taylor, from which ho was commis sioned a week ago. Tho attendants were Sylvester and Mls3 Adele Adelberg, brother and sister of tho bride. Tho wedding camo as a surprise to tho friends of Miss Adelberg, who met Lieut. Chauvenet a tow months ago. Owing to the fact that Lieut. Chauvenet was ordered away Immediately it was decided to havo tho wedding at once. Covers HOLLENBAOH'S WINE HOUSE wero set for fourteen at tho Tylor Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Hotel, where tho wedding supper ceremony, was served after tho Importer and Dealer In Lieut. Chauvenet and bride left WINES AND LIQUORS Wednesday for Camp Douglas, Ari144 South Third Street zona, where ho will bo stationed. Mrs. Chauvenet Is tho daughter of Home Phone 1191 Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Adelberg, 317 East Jacob street. ing. orango blossoms blended, took place Monday evening when Miss Caroline Adelberg, of this city, and Lieut. Louis Chauvenet, of St. Louis, were married at tho rectory of St. Mary Magdalene's Rev. church, tho Another wedding, with khaki and McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. IK, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, fiy, ttoiietaji4e)y DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT iF.F.X.L.BEERi! "Delivery Service?" i Prompt Sure.! lffiHMMf4imHHZ C et FUSS T BREWING - Falls City Beer Extra Pale Lager Peerless OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER city y ever-dream- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. A ., .T,awiiirr iiti,'laniiti'a