You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Kentucky Irish American: August 31, 1918 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 kec1918083101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 31, 1918 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKE TO 1IEICKS THE CONSERVATION STORE KEEP COOL For Anything You May Need In HENRY HE1GK HARDWARE CO. 322 V. Market St. Ky. Both Phones 432 Louisville, KENTUCKY 9'. M. mass at the auditorium. J. Bannon, the well known Knight of Columbus, acted as sponsor for the lRH j ! I AMERICAN DEMOCRATS I ICJK HARMON'S CREAM 43WS. UifththSt. Wholesale and Retail Home Phone City 7075: VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDj JJGUST 31, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. CAMP NEWS PATRIOTIC Tie new chaplains' school, which just opened and which .is the largest in number of any so far, Knights of Columbus Have Now nas listed among its students over Resolutions of Executive Com100 Catholic priests. These men mittee of the Central Their Sixth .Recreation are from all over tho country and has soldier. Center. Rov. Father Charles P. Raffo Donates Altar For This Work. Over One Hundred Priests in the Fifth School For Chaplains. TENT FALLS ON SECRETARIES pleted. Vicar General Foley, who was here to attend the opening of the chaplains' school, gave orders for the tent to bo moved Saturday afternoon. There was no do tail to be had at that time of the day, and General Secretary Clines, with SecSchnrfen-bergLee, retaries Villlors, and Shinnick, undertook the proposition of its removal. This was a new branch of tho Secretaries' work and the tent was taken down without mishap, but in erecting same things did not go as smoothly, as tho Dig tent collapsed when a sudden gust of wind struck It before it had been fastened on the sides, and the K. of C. Secretaries were caught under the falling canvas. Fortunately none of tho large poles struck any of the Secretaries, and the only inconvenience they suffered was the dust that was raised by tho falling, as they crawled out safely from beneath the mass, and as. no one was hurt they again set Jo work to put it up again. The tent was finally finished at about 3 o'clock, and the truck, wasjLkeptj.usyjuntlLB 'hautfmg sub- -j er The J(nlghts of Columbus opened up their sixth recreation center on Saturday In the new tented area road at below the Preston-streis Coke's Station, where 12,000 are now quartered. The tent, which Is forty by eighty, was formerly used on the corner of Poplai Level road and Hess lane, where No. 5 building has just been comet sol-dle- were very much taken with the actlvltlqs hero at Camp Zachary Taylor. They very gladly volunteered their services to assist in the Knights of Columbus work at all six buildings, two priests going to each place, while four were staon the tioned at the auditorium Poplar Level road. The reverend heard fathers at the auditorium confessions last, Saturday night until nearly 11 o'clock, upwards of 340 men receiving the sacraments of penance. Sunday morning On twenty-si- x masses were celebrated In the camp by the chaplains. This Is a condition that does not exist at any military camp in the country today, and from a religious standpoint Camp Zachary Taylor is most fortunate. On Friday night the Quartermaster's band from Jeffersonvllle, Ind paid a visit to Camp Taylor and gave a most delightful programme, first at building No. 2, where the colored troops are stationed, and later on at the auditorium on tho Poplar Level road. At tooth places their reception was a continuous ovation, and they de served every "bit of the applause because their work with the musi The cal Instruments was excellent. band is under tho direction of Sergt. Morton and is composed of some of the musicians who formerly played at St. Augustine's church at Thir teenth and Broadway, all or tne members of the band being colored soldiers, and they were the guests Knights of Columbus, of the through the courtesy of Capt. T. O'Donavan, of the Quartermaster's DeDot in Jeffersonvllle. The vaudovllle shows given during tho week played to capacity crowds at all of the buildings, many soldiers participating in the entertainment. Private Racht, formerly a K. C. Secretary at Fort Sheridan, gave several numbers and was very at the auditorium. well recelyed Forrest Thompson also played his way into more popularity on Thursday night. At the Wednesday night reception at the auditorium Holla Lloyd, of the Foster Commission, was introduced by Secretary McDonnell and made a very interesting talk on his work. Ho has been assigned to do the dramatic work with the soldiers under tho Foster Commis sion, and,3w expects tOt'beglaagtlvl; most patriotic address on Thursday night entitled "Efficiency of the Navy." uniei Present American Turner aroused the soldiers to a when he great pitch of enthusiasm told of men in Uncle Sam's navy and the many great feats they have in the present war. accomplished back and He promised Jo come speak again when the new draft comes In the latter part of the month. On account of the Increased activities at the local camp the present secretarial st.aff Is very much dverwoiTted,. as the life of a soldier of a Knight of Columbus Secretary, they being required to put in as high as nineteen hours some days, and Sunday is the same as any other day with these men. Outside of tho General Secretary their work consists of anything from hauling a block of Ice to some activity center, raising a tent, carrying, water to tho sentries on duty, or a thouaccommodations sand other little that make their work stand out so prominently, to serving the priests at early mass and receiving the hundreds of visitors who come to the camp every day. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE. is Vorcin. Recent Meeting Hold in Chicago Declares on Important Questions. Continuation of Soldier Welfare Work Occupies Front Place. LOPALTY TO CHURCH AND STATE The Executive Committee of the Central Vereln. convened in special session at Chiago because of the omission of the general convention on account of the war, has issued the following declaration: The Central Society professes anew its devotion t the Apostolic See, and voices its thanka to Pope Benedict XV. for the efforts of His Holiness in tho service of charity In war time, and hopes that these and efforts will be recognized properly appreciated by. tho whole Looking backward upon the seventeen months which have lapsed since the entry of our country into the war, we can declare with satisfaction that tbe members of the Central Society, true to the traditions of our organization, have justified in (thought and action the confidence placed In them, and have completely fulfilled their duty toward our country, the United States, inspired 'by the principles of true patriotism as expressed In the resolutions adopted by the Executive in May, 1917, and in those adopted by tho general convention In August, 1917. We express the firm confidence that they will continue, with the samo readiness for service and in tho samo spirit of sacrifice to place their means and abilities at .the dlsposar of the country. Tho experiences of ithe past year and the recognition accorded the aetlvty ptJ.hsJuafnljkBiumSmwi civilized world-. detectives did a Charlie Chaplin stunt In trying to climb or fall ovei a back fence, then the wagon full of Keystoners came clanging In the street, falling all over themselves getting out of the wagon Just like j' they do in the pictures. Then the Indignant at the Attempt to officer in charge and all the Key-- Soldier of tho Revolution Who Is IllUIIIUlVllUUl, ,j stoners ran up and down and in view or tne ra pat prohibi Held in Honor by All Crcnto Dissension in intion is constantly is around the corner so often that the ting its pre- -fluence It seems adi Free Men. 4e that laughln gaudlence Party. couldn't tell wherever whether they ha da clue or were j cautions should be A inhibition Is the introduction oljJ piaying "i spy.ine usual resuu imminent so that ti before its followed After a time . iback theyr ... v. .. lRn.j 1. lliu WtfKUU, uui ..i.ktHn sir........! HID OUL YICCN J' JTifU wn. adoption: will cdn provisions Near Mayor Smith Indorses JUUU ill UUUIl vkiwiub Ulivrvil wis.. pnriotTilv Fiit nnvhnnv huf thai rtatlon and saieguaruing .ne tra KUJUUl.J, VUV ...J Wl.MW.J America Struggled For Scheme to Free Desperate use of wine for cental pur- nlshed a free show to an apprecia poses. tlve audience. Liberty. Criminal. Well, the Kentucky State Fair Is next, and Chief of here week after Police Petty will have no mounted police to Koystone Police Might Get on nt rflrllllne. give the great exhibition Rctuccn Uim and Washington' u. ..... ....e, wnfMl ...u iTiaon n .V.UVU.V. .....t,.. lino w.. .. raqfuro l .t.. .e rivuuaiiiii uuui in Side Show At State of the fair for several years. The only place for Col. Petty to show Death. Fair. off the police he has under his charge Is the funny side shows on the midway, having a barker on the outside to cry "Come in and RETURNS WITH FRENCH TROOPS FIRE DEPARTMENT DANGEROUS see the funny Keystone police, guaranteed to make you laugh, funny In looks and funny In action, all for II.. .'; It would onet dime, ten cents." September is the 161st anni- The Democrats of Loulsvjlle and certainly be a drawing card. A Kentucky, are surprised and Indig- call came to Central Police Station VClsaiV Of the hlrth nt tho eront day in request prench Catholic nant at the action of the Louisville the other itc.send which a was made a dog wagon to America's friend soldier who was in her hour ofEvening Post, which on Thursday .aiayeiie was a mere ooy or I T made a bitter attack on Gov. Stan- been hit V a street car. Tho partv ueeu. by ley and opposed the Idea of the was told that tho wagon wasn't twenty when he left his young wife (n France and at his own expense Com- - sent In a case llko that, but a Democratic State Executive this country and presented selecting the Governor as tho licoman was sent to shoot tho dog. himselft0 to Congres mltteo Senatorial nominee to succeed Sen- Lo! and behold! when he arrived services where they and offered his would ator Ollie James. The Post claims there he found that the party tele- - suited for tho cause In hand,be best that 250,000 Democrats want a phoning was ono of the Keystone , Lafayette received ids first convention called to nominate the who didn't know what struggle the candidate, which statement is ab- to do and had to wait on a real pressions of while American stationed for liberty ho was surd, as for the past several weeks policeman. At Floyd and Broadway at Metz. Undoubtedly he was led Democrats (from all sections of the this week one of the Keystoners to apply to the American Commis-mad- e REV. E. A. XTER, State have voiced the opinion that an arrest, accidentally pos- Paris, among whom was Former Local Do Ucan Priest, In the event of Senator James' slbly, but anyway ho had a prisoner sloners at through his recollection Franklin, death Goy. Stanley would be the and called for tho wagon. Now With thel iierican tho loss logical one to take xup the fight the wagon came the guard When'of was at the of Canada to France, Army in Ft ice. said: it same time that he, an and because of his past experience "How about tho charge?" The aristocrat, began to understand the at Washington would make an ideal Keystoner RECENT DsKTHS. Indignantly replied: common people. Certainly from member of the Senate. Democrats "Why charge to tho city of Louis- - first moment of his landing the In thirty-fou- r Henry P, ElcherS who have tho party's Interest at vllle of course; you don't America until tho end his years old, died Sua y evening at heart knew this move would also I'm going to pay for that think ho was most democratic of his days 's darn In o Run road. serve to harmonize party ranks as his home on the ride In the wagon." .fngs with all men. Besides his eicht-- v old daughter it would eliminate the Stanley- ' When ho appeared before Frank- Elizabeth he leaves! This parents, Beckham feud, which has done so GOOD SHEPHERD'S PICNIC. Un and Deane and desired to offer three sisters and twi irothers. His much to Injure and Jeopardize his sword to America he was dls- funeral was held W fnesday morn- - party success In the past few years. The 'following were awarded War suaded. Ho was told that In tho Ing from St. Peter?! church. No one but an ally of tho Republi- Savings stamps at the Good Shep-- . first place there was no ship to can party would attempt to revive hord picnic held Wednesday even- - take him, and to that he answered Patrick Duane, well known a party fight at this time, and many Ing at Fontaine Ferry Park: Victor that he would charter a vessel shoemaker and lonj fa resident of believe that party to be none other Charlotte Elliott, C J. Do- - self and at the samo time supply It Sunday at than 'Percy Haly, traveling underJ this city, passed ai also take any communications V. J. J, J Cln- lughter, Mrs. the guise of 250,000 (?) protest- herty, A.Ohio; Grimes, Guardian An- - and Commissioners had for America, the home of his the cinnatl, Sister Clay Bines, 837 Washington ing voters. Evidence points to gel, Sister of Good Shepherds, Will-There was no other answer to a years Percy anyway, as un to now his street. He was se Miller J. J. J., Cincinnati; J. persevering, courageous and generold and a member jj jMlchaelis voice was the only dissenting one lam Weber, H. H. Brinkhaus, A. Al- - ous young soldier than to accept his ic. church, from whe , He giaaiy emDracea tne op- !EP1hlUiBlMfrftr.tCJ,3Dot.,o":er. oelcylaceTuegda) sort, and under Un clrcum- stances, oven sugge formation Ion with or- of such groups. Afi an- ganlzed "Thrift cm th formation of such cl IMn alt pa-.1 islles and societies auo BO parochial schools 13 1 LAFAYETTE 1 i- 1 .. - 1 Mi- ' , r.i. i Hr' 3 w f G l tl M ie wm deal-feller- ntl hlm-Mathe- ls, 1 ity-fl- ,v. LT?-LMfe?- ' material to start tho work promptly. At 4:30 a telephone call was received from the Itov. Charles P. Raffo, saying that he had an altar to donate to the Knights of Columbus work The truck was immediately started to Father Hallo's, and Secretaries Scharfenberger and Shinnick were back to the camp at 5:30, where the altar was set up at the new No. B activity center. Chaplain iBarrett, assigned two priests to this new headquarters, who arrived shortly after dark, and confessions weie heard in tho Bmall tent on the outside of tho large one, Two large signs were placed on the tent with the customary "Everybody Welcome" invitation very prominent, and also a sign giving tho time of masses on Sunday morning. At 8 o'clock Sunday morning the first mass was celebrated by Father Kelly, from the chaplains' schopl, and although the tent had hardly been up more than eighteen hours there were sixty-od- d boys at the first mass, eighteen of whom received communion in a place that the day before was nothing but a commons.. The mass started at 8 o'clock, the tent being located right next to the regimental canteen and fifty feet irom a ball game, which started at the same time just across tho road. It was not long before General Secretary Clines discovered that a now lino of work was to .be Included In tho duties of a Secretary, and it was necessary to station Secretary Vllller outside the" tent to stop the foul balls from disturbing the divine sacrifice. It was a new experience for all present, with the priest reading mass, everybody on their knees in the dust, ten feet away hundreds of soldiers buying their supplies and delicacies from the canteen, while Just across ,the road a baseball game between two of the companies, with all ,of the accompanying noise and fus3 that usually attends this well known pastime. Some of the remarks of the soldiers at the ball game were hardly in keeping with tho words" of the Knights of Columbus chap- Iain celebrating mass in tho itent, but It was a wonderful opening for the new K. C. center. Vicar General Foley visited the camp for tho opening of the chaplains' school on Friday, and ho spent Saturday and Sunday on a tour of inspection ot the Knights buildings. Father of Columbus Foley is a man of very broad mind and his Ideas of tho Knights ef Columbus work in the camp are Ho of great success. conducive wishes to carry out tho Ideas of Secretary Baker in allowing the recreation buildings to bo put into the camp, and thatv is to have nothing to Interfere with the pleasure, comfort or desires of the soldiers while ,in the Knights of Columbus recreation centers. The crowded condition at the 'big auditorium on the Poplar l.evel road caused him of this to endorse i the. enlarging building, which is mow the second largest building in the camp. His suggestion will double the capacity of this point and will provide a special place tor the Queen's Daughter to serve the men with breakfast on Sunday mornings, which they have been, ac4ng so faithfully ever sine the lamp started. Chaplain Missis, who hae been stationed at building No. 3 for mbw time art, toft for his home at St. Paul, Minn., wm tmwnr PrlrWs t wri";. Ulliei uunneri Turner uenyeii ZJ- - -m -- a so a pleasure compared to the worki College, students St. Xavler's and faculty, feel very happy now that the chapel has been renovated and made new in its entirety. Brother Camlllus has been (busy every day since the closing of BChool, and by his artistic painting St. Xavler's has now one of the prettiest chapels in the city. It is grand that our Blessed Lord has such a beautiful placo of abode. Many a young heart will ascend to the throne of its Maker, as the chapel now inspires one to pray. The beautiful new statues are works of art, especially the statue of Our Lady, which was donated by Mr. Schafer, of and Mrs. Christian Chapeze, In memory of their son Thomas, who was a student at St. Xavler's and who was killed In the Shepherdsvllle wreck last December. The new electrical effects are modern in every detail, as well as the terrazo and tile floor, which adds much to tho attractiveness of the chapel. When school reopens bo next Tuesday the chapel will one of the first places the old boys will visit to ask the blesBlng of Almighty God and the asistanco of the Holy Ghost upon their labors for the coming scholastic term. They will not forget to pray for their parents who are making a sacrifice In giving them a truly Catholic education, as well as for their bigger 'brothers who are fighting to bring victory to our grand republic In this crisis of our national life. CIIAIilCE FOR .TUBTLTCE. wni The Rev. Frederic Siedenburg, S. J., dean of the school of sociology of Loyola University, was presented with' a beautiful chalice on the ocannicasion of the twenty-fift- h versary of his entrance into the of The name of Jesus. nearly 200 donors were Inscribed on the plate in'the bam of the chalice. The children of Marie1 Addolorata Bunday-sohopresented him with a basket of 'flowers. Father Sieden burg is well known in Protestant church circles and In the civic life oj Chicago m well as m his own So-cis- ty ol The executive of the Ceneral Society desires to express Its appreciation to the ladles' seotlon of the organization for having been successfully active in a number of States and for having effectively aided in war welfare work these activities having been carried out In spite of the unfavorable condition of 'the times. In view of the fact that the Central Society, often vigorously attacked but always justified when the storm had blown over, has over striven from its founding In 1855 on until the present day to serve actively, not only for the welfare of tho church but also for the good of the State and society; and inasmuch as this society is straining Its efforts now in war time, in systematic, successful and timely war work, It Is impossible to understand the despondency of so many of our members and the lack of interest evidenced in. so many places. Wo can not remind priests and laymen too emphatically of tho necessity of an uninterrupted activity of our organization, particularly in view of tho period of reconstruction after tho war, so often referred to, which will with Its manifold and various problems open a wide field for activity in harmony with our tried principles and ideals. Soldiers' welfare work continues to occupy the foremost place among our present tasks. Tho Central Vereln is joined to the National Catholic War Council (the official ecclesiastical organization for the safeguarding of the spiritual interests of our brethren in the faith in tho army and navy), and we are" now (bound in honor to' render it possible for the Central Bureau to continue its war welfare work by having all our affiliated societies contribute to the extent of their means to the" collection of funds, and to provide the necessary means for the support of army chaplains. Wo emphasize the necessity on tho part of officers and societies of paying serious attention and of giving a generous (response to the appeals and communications coming from the Secretary and from the Central Bureau. For the Immediate future we desire to direct the attention of our members to the coming sessions of the State legislative bodies and to the nocesslty of not only safeguarding the measures passed for tho protection of workingmen, of women add children, but also to extend and to perfect them according to the constantly shifting and changing economic conditions. It Is proper that wo say a word of endorsement and appeal for the support of the Catholic missions, which suffer greatly under the conditions of war and are frequently In need even of the moat necessary things. We hope that our Catholic people, notwithstanding the many demands made on their spirit of sacrifice, will not forget either them or tne cnantabie institutions in our country. In a number of cities foreign language groups were foratsd during the campaign for the raising of the third Liberty loan, and their efforts were successful. 'The Central Vereln recommended that its affiUstad soctotlss tain so active iSBjSBHBHl jSBBBSMiiSl y Trfeuds'TeW qttrtttopuldprovan for Joseph and Annadeep sympathy mlnIstratlonm"ali:es'ioftwrrn'Wr wrvNo1fa'n.''HnKnr',Mi,,mea-to,fccomanyhMrS;WeT- i Teeken, 1030 Mayor Smith the goat. Hardly Elsie Zwoydofif, of 2233 Bank 'good as his word, and in due time aomrioaai spur 10 us no meet ine ever Increasing demands made on East Main street, whose home was had the uproar over the John Doe 6treet, was awarded the electric he and His snip arrived on tnis suio to subside before the bureau by greater activity and rendered desolate by tho death on case 'began Congress read of the Atlantic. Monday morning of their promising Smith was shoved In to explain and motor oar. a greater measure of sacrifice. with Interest his recommendations 3X. Siay son, George H. glvo his Indorsement to the move Teeken. Funeral services and re whereby a known and proven cfook quiem mass were held Wednesday and criminal had his bond reduced morning at St. Joseph's church. from $3,000 to $800 and skips tho town. Near Mayor Smith calls a Thomas C. iReed, aged twenty-eigh- t, conference of the Police Court offiwho had a wide circle of ac the Jailer (why tho quaintances, passed peacefully away cials and and Issues a statement Jailer?) at nis nome, 3Z4 ttast uanip street. saying that the transaction was Surviving him are his wife. Mrs. within the law. Wouldn't that Sarah Reed, and three children, for make you giggle? Reducing the whom is felt deepest sympathy. The bond of an attempted murderer and funeral was held Monday morning highwayman $2,200 and practically with requiem mass at St. Mary giving him his liberty to rob and Magdalene fourteen-year-ol- d I LABOR DAY PARADE. church. Death called Mrs. Annie Tracy, aged forty-sibeloved wife of Polk Tracy, 'Monday evening at the home brother-in-laH. J. Forst, of her Brookllne avenue. 'Before 'her mar riage she was Miss Annie Hackett and had friends and relatives In Indianapolis, Memphis and Frank fort. Her funeral was held Wednesday morning from Holy Name celechurch. Rev. John O'Connor brating tho Tequlem mass. x, John P. Cummlnge, born In New years ago, died Albany fifty-si- x Monday night at the residence of his sister, Mrs. F. S. Receveur, 1925 West Main street. JJls funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Cecilia's church, with burial in Holy Trinity cemetery, New Albany. For a number of years the.deceased was associated in the grocery 'business Cuni- with his brother, William mlngs, at First and 'Walnut streets, Besides Mrs. Iteceveur he is 'survived by another sister, (Mrs. F. H. Spelth, of Jeffersonvllle, and his brother, William Cumralngs, Monday morning the funeral of Mrs. Mary Theresa O'Hara, beloved wife of Joseph Holt O'Hara, 820 South iBrook street, was hold from St. (Mary Magdalene church, whore she had long been a devout com municant. Mrs. OJiara was fifty-sovo- n years old, arid news of her death caused a feollng of deep gloom among her wide circle of friends and neighbors, who adnilred her for her many womanly virtues. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters and two sons, one with the Kentucky troops at'Camp Shelby and tho other at Camp Taylor, to whom many extend heartfelt sympathy. -- CARDINAL FARLEY. peoplo nt-services It will be welcome news 'to all that Cardinal Farley's con tne dition, although rsHUM-iaof a physician. Is not consta- as serious as was first reported. It has been noticed for some time past that the Cardinal's hearth has been giving concern to those about him. On several occasions he has felt unable to keep sngacsmsntB' which have been made for him. Last June it was felt it! wydd be advisable for aim to go to Mamaro- neckr, where it was hoped the ln-faAjl irf owirotltia. a4i rMKt nn oAiaatipa of pressing duties would do much to improve his pbysicsJ condition. The Cardinal has a constitution of great natural vigor, and his condition at times is said (to show marked Improvement. Zt W not considered that the Cardinal (Is In immediate danger, although ti is nonrtod out tots lysars that an ttjM&s backstairs conversation from Some porters and hotel maids. one hit tho nail on the head when they said that the Federation ought a few good looking to import women detectives now and see hdw many weak men they might catch straying from tho straight and narPossibly some of our row path. moral guides might get caught In the net. Another curious person wants to know If the imported pimps give the good 'brothers and sisters Jn tho Federation an itemized bill of the booze and highballs they buy with the church funds. Another noticeable feature is the harmony between the reformers and the Bolshevik! the latter giving the reformers tfree rope in return It is the supposed for the help given local Republican party In the paBt. Under the camouflage of reform some of these moral leaders have been working for the machine. AV"o have been waiting to see one of those efficiency reports of the Board of Safety so gleefullyub-lishe- d by the Herald and see df it contains all the damage done by lately. This tho fire department week the iboard had to settle with a boy for a bicycle and a grocery-keepfor tho demoll8hment of In a runaway somo bread boxes. recently a fire reel came noar ruining the hall park, and in this latest effort the reel ran up on the pavement at Sixth and Kentucky, smashing tho bicycle, two bread boxes and (mighty near ran over a Everyone gathering of children. knew the department was entitled to the right of way, but didn't know that included right or way on the sidewalks. -- We'll have to build cyclone cellars next to get, out of the way of the "rube" department. The eyer funny Keystone police pniled off a near raid at Seventh and St. Catherine streets Sunday morning, which was a treat to the Wg crowd assembled to witness the one district ed says It was 'within tho law." Possibly tho boys that put It over told Smith that John Doe was really coming back to put his head in the or noose again, or take twenty years In tho penitwenty-fiv- e tentiary, or maybe for life, to save Roscoo Searcy, brother of $800. the 'Republican Chesley .Searcy, boss, was Doe's lawyer. The regular Judge of tho Police Court, Judge Burgevln, was away with Chesley SeaTcy on a vacation. Did the Men's Federation Morals Committee investigate or kick up over the outrage against tho law the and Louisville citizenship In Nary a kick, being too Doe case? busy chasing around with the Imported pimps from Chicago or got-lln- g shoot again, yet the near Mayor there will bo patriotic addresses and amusements that will continue until midnight. The parade will Include four divisions, and Patrick Gorman, President of the United Trades and Labor Assembly, will ho Chief Marshal. Monday being a legal holiday there will he a general suspension of business In ordei that labor "may celebrate. ,ch ,y,as tnat 4hc' aount of Next Monday, Labor day, Louis- posit ion was to receive the com-ad- e vllle will witness the greatest par- - ' of the men who toil in recent ..uj w. Tr In avnflntaii fh.iT tyiio " "a fcw "v ' vw v voflTii 1.4. Mb .w.j iu v,..ri.i..t.u j.Maj But of men will march mons he his King. that at the same than 15,000 stipulated he was to time through the streets of Louisville, serve without any emolument. preceded by a police escort, a the middle of April, It regimental band fiom Camp Zach 1777, was about young nobleman arthat the ary Taylor and 500 Whakl-cla- d sol rived in South Carolina, and It was dlers. Many of the men comprised . . . . that Conjrrcsa K'ave him his in xne ranKs oi tne marcning tnou- - commfston as Major jeneral( al sands will wear the uniform of their wag some weeka da ly tasks, a feature of the parade Mg fathan twent ars of age being the scheduled appearance of,. piaced under the personal care of shopmen from the L. and N. clad In Washington, tho great Commander-overall- s. Approximately sixty soon b(,caiao attached to ganlzatlons will take part In the,tho Tho feeling of offlcer. parade, which will terminate in aL.lm,'rfttlon wa8 mutuai. and La big picnic at Phoenix Hill, where fayette until the day of his death . m Franklin, and they agreed to In his offer, the single proviso " ...LFlLLX. I Searcy-Chilto- n er regarded his mentor and friend a3 the greatest American. From the first ho was convinced of the justness of tho American cause, and ho fought for it as if It were his own. He not only served without pay, but actually lent assistance to the struggling colonies out of his own private means. In all ho advanced about $140,000 to tho American cause, and In those VICEROY GAGS IRELAND. days that was an immense sum or money, Less than two months from From London comes news that the the day he received his commission freedom of the press in Ireland has he was in command of a body of been extinguished by the latest de troops In the army that engaged cree of Field Marshal French, Lord tho British at tho battle of. the The Americans numLieutenant of Ireland. Any news- Brandywlne. paper that publishes any report of bered in all about 1)1,000 effective any 'speech delivered at any meet- troops, although their total number while the British ing for the holding of which a police was about 15,000, wjth an army of permit has not been obtained twill confronted them on Sepbe prosecuted under tho coercion 18,000 trained men. Then had just act, the editor and publisher being tember 11, 1877, when he birthday, twentieth his liable to heavy fine and imprison- passed Lafayette, a tall stripling, reoung ment. Thus any Nationalist membaptism or fire. He received ber of Parliament who addresses ceived his that, for o?o of more what his legs was thanbadly wounded by his constituents, no matter so the character of his speech, If he a bullet that he had to be carried has not humbly applied beforehand to Bethlehem, whore he lay for for a permit, will be prosecuted we.eks, attended by the Moravian himself, and any newspaper publish- Sisters. ing a report of that speech will also For a time Lafayette was under be prosecuted. This order is not Sullivan, and he saw much directed against seditious or dls Pen. service. When, the Rhode hard loyal speeches only, but against all Island campaign was drawing to a speeches Jthat are not licensed by close and D'Estalng's ' fleet and tho police. The Nationalists refuse 4,000 French trobps were withto ask for police permits to fulfill drawn, it became evident to those their first constitutional duty, and who thought on the subject that Dublin Castlo, being unable in all tho patriot army was in sad cases to prevent the speeches from quandry. 'It needed supplies and It by the needed assistance in men, and It being delivered, strives abolition of tho freedom of the needed the alliance of a powerful press to make good the failure or nation. It was truo that the badly1 their attempts to abolish public clothed and sadly ' supplied" little This decree is all in straggling army of the colonists discussion. and could hold out for a long. time; but favor of the Sinn Itinera Orangemen, as tho former carry on It was evident that help was needed propaganda If a peace was to bo signed that by means of secret while the Orangemen will not need would guarantee their liberty. speeches when their opponents 'are Lafayette was ono of those whd saw It that tho patriots must have help. silenced by tho Government. has given the constitutional move- He had been absent from home and ment In Ireland as It undoubtedly his young wife for two years, and intended its coup do grace. Nor is he asked for a leavo of absence to It likely to have given much of a visit France, But fllllD to voluntary recruiting. Toward the end of the year 1778 as the policy of Viceroy French and ne returned home and Congress, Secretary Shortt develops, Ire - inhnmrh .t wajj Tinn in rumrou Irish that i did prove its gratitude by ordering land Is becoming convinced they don't want voluntary recruit- - prankMn. then American envoy in Ing to succeed, but want to force France, to have a sword made, and conscription at all costs, and there- presented to the distinguished fore produce conditions In which jroung soldier. Lafayette returned any sort of home rule will become again, and this time' France' sent Imooeei'hle, This is the over an army and. what was more tttAtton nrlncinle as sjnnllAd bv the British Government In Inland. on TWwl Coctfon getf-deter- S I i- - I. jsnBwarxjoaenr xnxmm KENTUCKY IRISH Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement AJMOBcxo-ajs- : flMERMh. of Irish Americans and Catholics PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Officially Indorsed byAncient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incorporated. Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Loulavltle Pottofflce Second-CIa- n Matter. 319-32- Read the Gas Statements in the Daily Papers. The Louisville Gas and Electric Company gas shortage next winter. is striving to prevent a Itdress all Communication to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 West Green St 3 The question is very serious and must be considered now during LOUISVILLE, KY "WARNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1918 the hot days of August and September. . y ivf I visitor than the Kentucky Irish A which is distinctly American? Mrs. KateCoyte, of Nashville, Is This paper will be deProtestant In its operation. It pro- livered every week without spending several weeks with her any voked and made necessary some like ndvance on the Tegular subscription daughter, Mrs.' Joseph G. Kerr, Jr., at her home' In Glen wood Place, activity on part of the Catholics, price. New Albany? because It was not broad enough f- to include them in full fellowship. COMTKO KVENTS. Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Hackett, I have carefully studied history and affairs of the Louisville on route to Chicago, spent the week But the "war chest" idea can be Knights' end 23 Catholic October In Indianapolis with Mr. Gas and Electric Company and have endeavored to learn the views of the arranged without stirring up any party, Hackett's sister, Mrs. John T. Shan-leWIN THE AVAR. reunion and Issues over the work as it is now gt Martln.B card and lotto public and the public's representatives. I believe that the company, its Halli and Mr.. Shanley. By all means unify the Developments on the battle front conducted objeccts, motives and methods have been misunderstood by citizens l Misses Mary and Anna Cllnes, of in France now Indicate that the appeal! because of lack of knowledge of the facts. I believe, further, that if a fair South Sixth " street, will leave MonGerman army has definitely taken day for a visit to friends In Chihearing is accorded these facts you will help us work out the present JURY DID ITS DUTY. the attitude Jbt defense, while the cago, and witness the national grave situation in a way most beneficial to your own interests and in the championship ball games. at different One hundred leaders of the Allies are striking best interests of all the people of Louisville. to prevent any great concen- I. W. W. were found guilty of points , Miss of the First tration of enemy forces. The initia- conspiracy to disrupt the nation's Lucy Higglns has returned National Bank, is spending a deMiss I am trying to place the facts before you in a aeries of newspassed to the army war programme by a Jury In 'Chi- from Washington. tive has now lightful vacation with her cousin, paper advertisements in the daily newspapers. Please read them commanded 'by Foch and the Ger- cago Saturday week. The I. W. W's Mrs. John Thompson, in Indianmans are slowly giving up the are the Colshevlkl of America. They Miss Olio O'Bryan. has been hav- apolis, where1 a number of recepcarefully. ground gained by them at such ter- would bring this country to the ing a delightful .visit with relatives tions were hold for her. Now Hope. rible cost in the spring offensive. condition of Russia if they had at Sojourning, at West Baden HALFORD ERICKSON Springs this iweek were Col. Henry Their p'lan seems to be to give away their way. Failing in this, they Matt Dolan and wife, of have been on a pleasant Hunoia, i'osimasier, &. i: scnmiu. gradually back to the lines from would resort to destruction Vice President and Dr. C. A. Miliar, Phil J. Young. R. which they started last March, and violence to hinder the prosecution visit to St. Louis. F. Sheridan and wife and Miss there Is now little danger that they of the war. That Chicago jury only Miss Mary Price's guest, Misa Mamie Glenn; all of this city. offensive did its duty in finding the indicted Frankle Coyle, has returned to her will undertake another 9 Joseph Malone, who was aboard movement this year. The problem leaders guilty. A few years ago home at New Hope. the United States cruise San Diego ago was of the Allies a few months the I. "W. W's In New York underMrs. Tnln. Mutt In el v has returnoii when h w5. torpedoed. Is enjoy- INCOrtPOItATED to hold on until America could ar- took to force their way into the from New Haven, where she vlsitedA Ing a furlougjgwlth the rest of the They have done that, and churches and rive. family of John, T. Malone at their compel to the Miss Laura Laswell. Koseaaie cottage, way view, aiicn. with the aid of the Americans they churches to provide for them, Mrs. Bernard Dant had as recent have beaten back the foe and placed though they were for the most part visitors Airs'. Joe O. Barry and son Mrs. JohnwA. Miller announces That was him on the defensive. the encasement, of her daughter. iiuiuuiiiicii loafers. At;. that time George, of New-- Haven.. more than we, .had a right to epee Mia, .K'r,rraJleito.Jaoigl-Ji39JlJ- . AJtAA4baVaaVaimr- "" E . . . f m. i All that was hobed for r.its character justified Government.PTiiaa Evelyn 1scnotf last in O'Connor, of Boston, . Mais., tho August 31 and much action to suppres the organization Nashville, Tenn., the guest of Mr. wedding to take place on In has been accomplished Boston. at St. Anthony's church and Mrs. F. R. Carr. conIs reason for more. There as one dangerous to public order. But the Out nothing was done. The I. W. gratulation in that. Mrs. Walter Hlllerich arrived HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Misse-Emma Frey and Carrie Chattanooga to is week from problem has not yet 'been worked W. was permitted to continue Its Waechter were this week the guests pend a month vilstlng friends and of the Misses Frey at Toll City. out to solution. Paulsen and His Players lawless tactics. It sent a Trotzky to elatlves. She Is now vt- ruest of On the defensive the foe is still Russia to complete the ruin or that WhUtv, west Restaurant Cafeteria Mrs. Fred Kelly has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Richard formidable, so much so teat It wero country, and it left "Big Bill" Hay- her homo In Covington after visit- Broadway, where she will h- joined Kiddyland ofMerry Garden by her husband. folly to hope for a great allied wood and his followers to In- ing Mrs. Clara tflamp and family. next week For the young miss who fensive this year. That must bo augurate terrorism on this side of Swimming Pool Tho marilago of Antford Grover Miss Mayme Bloemer has left for next year when America tho Atlantic and to impede the war turned from Ferdinand, Ind., re- Capper, of Now Albany. n"d Miss wears a size from 1 1 Jo to Dancing Hall Other Attractions in and to hamper the Government In spend two months with her will have her full strength Gertrude May EhaU. of Harrison 2 we ard showing a Shoe says that Its war preparations. county, took place Monday evening Gen. March Trance. Fortunately at the rectory of Holy Trinity HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY eighty divisions of American sol- the Government woke up to the of extraordinary qual Miss Margaret Kennedy, of Port church, the Rev. Father Charles diers should foe able to break the menaco of the I. "W. "W. before I aLiBa?L'JU 'llaVMBBaaH 7 land, loft last week to spend the Curran performing the ceremony. ity ai German defense and win the war was too late. The arrest and co- - winter with relatives In Missoula, DIVISION S. next year. "We may doubt whether vlctlon of the leaders of the Col. P. J., Hanlon and daughters, Mont. Misses Louise, Mary Long and Pa- First and third Fridays, Hibernian next year will see the termination ganlzatlon In Chicago should do 0 Home, Portland. Mrs. J. Sydney Hagan, of New tricia Hanlon, accompanied bv their of the war, 'but we can not doubt much to eliminate the danger that Haven, was hero last week for a grandmother, Mrs. Emma Mattlngly, President John M. Riley. only that America will win If we from that quarter. There visit with her sister, Mrs. Joseph will close their summer cottage at Vice President Walter Murphy pro- threatened carry out the administration Wequetonslng, Mich., and return to Secretary John J. Price. Financial anIs only one way to deal with home on Third street Septem- Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. their gramme of rushing troops to France archy In this country. To coddle it 6. Mrs. Ryan Boswell and children ber Recording Secretary John A. In largo numbers. The balance has and temporize with it is a mistake. ara homo from HawesviHe, where Martin. now inclined In our favor and we Any organization Brown, Black or Patent, Lincoln has anMrs. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. that sets out to they wore guests of Mrs. Nannlo nounced Mary should never allow the advantage to overturn Sergeant-at-Arm- s Shee- the marriage of her daughMartin tho- Gov- Sterrett. Button or Lace. order and resist ter, Miss Mae Rose Lincoln, to haiu pass from us again. The new man ernment must be put out of existLeo Osterman, of West Chestnut Corporal RIoharl L. Berry, of North Sentinel Thomas Noone. powor bill should give the nation ence at any cost. It is all very street, is now at Stithton with tho Fork, at Holy Cross church, theadequate force to do what is ex- well to say offlRev. Father Celestine Broy that labor has wrongs clerical force of the army site DIVISION 4. next year. It Is up to pected of us nlntr. Tho criimlo will TesldO With bo redressed in this country. war and it to us' to finish the the bride's mother during Corporal Meets second and fourth Mondays Granted that this is so, there Is no Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Sweeney, South Berry's stay at Camp Zachary Tay Mrs. Thomas ehould be done as speedily as pos- room for an organization that Bets la now stationea wun lor, Louisville, had her President John J. Barry. sible. Better a short campaign Itself up in opposition to the Gov- Ellne, of Frankfort, sister, Mrs. John tho where he Quartermaster's Corps. as her guest the Vice President Mark J. Ryan. with enough men than a long drawn ernment at Recording Secretary Lawrenct this time. The I. W. post week. 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVE., LOUISVILLE. SOME STATE FAIR. D. Meany. out war that will prove costly In W. must go, and it must not be Financial Secretary Thomas J. Miss Josephine Shelley, who has tho end. A delay at this time would allowed to return. Anarchy can not street. in this wide J. "Winn While the opera- be tolerated with impunity by any been visiting Col. M. Beach, N. and a Nowhere programme 'De world will Langan, 734 West Oak Burke. be inexcusable. presented greater ramily at Manhattan Y., Treasurei' John F. tions of the last few weeks have civilized nation. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard than will toe seen both day and has returned. Heme Phono Shauvnce SOU Ganib. Phono West 0203 night at the Kentucky State Fair been favorable to us, it .would be a v M. J. McDennott "W. T. Meagher, of to be held In this city September 9 Sentinel Mr. and Mrs. grave mistake to let optimism blind DEATH". DIED HERO'S Portland, have returned from Lex- to 14. To begin with there will be us to the duty that still lies before ington after visiting Mr. and Mrs. ?78,000 in premiums and a con- William, Charles and Dr. John T. Lieut. Patrick J. Dowllng, of the J. B. Ramp. us. The war must be won, and tinuous dally presentation of excit- Boldrlck, of Lebanon; Ray Boldrlck, Regiment h But famous Irish ing spectacles. Then there will bo of Springfield, and the Misses Mary, that as quickly as possible. Miss Louise Dougherty has gono the high class Midway and hippo Kate and Lucy Boldrlck, of Leb whether it takes one year or five of Now York, was the first man to cross the Ourcq river in the recent to Cleveland, where she will remain drome attractions while oanas are anon. It must be won. guest of her sister, playing and running and trotting famous charge and he paid for that until fall, the races and automobile speed contests Mrs. John Weber. FEKRY TO CLOSE MONDAY. DEPLORES ATTITUDE. honor with his life, but his last are going on. Still another feature FIRST CLASS SERVICE. words will rank wtt.il that of other Mrs. Annie Meehan will return will bo tho biggest ibaby health conFontaine Ferry Park will close When it comes to contributing to heroic Americans. He cried to his today from Ocean Park, Oal., whore test ever held In the State. And in 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. wonder- after Monday the most successful the welfare of our boys at tho front, men: "Go on, boys! I can't go any she has been visiting her niece, Miss addition there will be tho Thavln's season that popular ploasure resort ful live stock exhibits, Margaret Sweeney. we prefer to contribute ns Ameriyou. Fight it out to famous band and concort singers, has ever had. For Sunday and cans and for Americans, and not further with dally by Ruth Monday there will foe special attractho end. I'm dono." Mr. and Mrs. Matt Corcoran and wiCh two flights as members of a special religious M. 1. BAKNON, PresMMt and Maugtr. P. BANNON. JR., Yici Pns. and Trail, daughters. Misses Helen and Mary, Law, tho famous avlatrlx. For the tions, including tho interesting comdenomination and for a special deleft the first of the week for a va- nights Secretary Fount Kremer has pany of Midgets. Though tho last PROVING LOYALTY. arranged a varied programme that full week's programme will have nomination. Tho (broad appeal is cation 'at Martinsville, Ind. This yeaf been passed there will he many will delight everybody. A correspondent in the Cincinnati to patriotism; tho narrow appeal Louise and tho street railway service will bo of visitors to the park and Bwlmmlng Misses Marguerite, of All of tho boys Enquirer says that thousands is to sectarianism. Anita Hammond have returned the best, and there will be tho pool during the warm weather that aro our boys, the Protestants as soldiers of-- German blood are fight' home after spending a month visit- usual jitney and other automobile may follow. Judge Charles Wilson Sewer and Calvert Pipe, service. has been responsible for tho park's well as the Catholics, and wo don't Ing under the Stars and Stripes in ing dn Illinois and Indiana. Baanea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, popularity and Its marked success. , want to discriminate, insists the Franco, and their names can be Wall Coping-- Drain1 Tile, VitrledlBrlcK, FUNERAL 'AT LEBANON. Misses Adyln and Nell Bolger and in the dally casualty" lists. read Catholic Citizen. 3AUGIITERS OF ISABELLA. Mr. and Mrs. Tom BuTko spent a Fire Proofing", Flue Lining", Fire Bricfc The "war chest" idea a unified Their loyalty to the United States delightful day with Miss Uusle The funeral of George D. Bold Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. Is a blow to the Kaiser and his years old, Vice appeal and some fair and equitable MIs3 Elizabeth H. Trench, of Inrlck, thirty-thrat Mt, "Washington. dianapolis, prominently connected President of tho Boldrick-JNelsoOFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. allotment to bo determined toy the crazy militaristic associates. Mrs. Ed Sweeney and son, J. P. Lumber Coraeanvt of New York, and with the Daughters of Isabella, will War Department Is the tight ddea. tomorrow. She PHONES CITY CUM. MAIN S07, JKAISER THINKS NOW. Sweeney, of. South Louisville, are brother of Judgo Samuel K. Bold be in Louisville Who is at fault if thia plan is not WITAT visiting 'her sister, Mrs, E. "E. Sim- rlck,' who died Monday night at St, comes with the view of organizing WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge aad Ninth Bil Magnolia. Certainly not the Joseph's Infiinry following an op a clrolo in Louisviuo and invites followed? We have syndicate stories from mons, and family in Indianapolis. eration ror itoxiiacn xrouDie, was any lady who might be Interested in Knights of Columbus. Their Su dentists, and others as Ool. and Mrs. Frank fltfcGrath St. Augustlne'a church at this preme Knight has putmciy ex- to what the Kaiaer used to think. and ifamily wiU return home next held fromWednesday morning. Mr. great organization, which is making progress throughout Lebanon the pressed himself in behalf of his or- about America. What we want to week from Atlantic City, wnere Boldrlck was ought to Louisville country, to meet iher at the Knights Siva yosr boy an edaeattea that wtU prepare tiioa for life. 816 South der for the "war eheet" idea. If know i what he thinks now. they have been spending the horn his home at Lebanon in a of Columbus home, eerioua conditte last week. He Is Fourth avenue, tomorrow afternoon the Y .M. C. A. object to thte plan urvived by Ms .widow, who waa a at 3 o'clock. This order while In All American mint deplore such an Get your children ready for the Mlftsea Lucille and Kathleen Misa HenriettaC Snaldln. daughter no way connected with the Knights ST. XAYIER'S COLLEGE attitude. It sectariaoiaee a broad school where they will receive Qreemrell hare returned to New of Ray Spaldtair and niece of the of Oolumbua la lending them great lia fr. Broaaway, XamlavUIe, Xy. and" patriotic motive. It reduces a Christian education. Haren, after ependln a pieaaaat late Ulahop Sp tiding; hlx mother aasletance in their war work and is rapidly "pushing to tho' front, and aunt, Mre. Sam J. and aeven brotl era and three to sectarian rivalry. week with their common cause Osadueted bv tfac 'Xa.varl&n BrnihM-x- . i? including Lawrence BoldTick It ia to be hoped that there will be a. CUawical. BoienUfle and Bualnac has gone Dant. The Courier-JournThe Y. M. C. A. might, at the NORTON BUILDING Preparatory Iatk at Camp large meeting to greet Mia Trench wlmmlna Pool. Will DApartsMRt.oytnii- service Mr. and Mr. Frank W. etefater. in the nrtHtavy squtppeo Tttea- of. with ta woman auffraflsta outset, bare had full qlMuye Judge I tor what she has to say win be of I ium. Term moderate. lumaepT nraet. save ivj OatfetitoriM: Oanwron and N. W.Ctrstr Faijrth art Jcfftnti 'i are. mawmia. tHr. t thte elOylJirtweat to all. ffettv X statement says no young woman converse approach or familiarity with a man In uniform by a mutual unless introduced friend, or unless he has been properly vouched for by the community organization. should Is the right "vision." As it is now organized the Y. M. C. A. restricts Unfortunately not every wearer Its management to evangelical a Protestants. of the uniform of a soldier is Unitarians, Universagentleman. In view of this fact lis, Jews and Catholics are Inwarning to young girls to be watch- eligible for office in the Y. M. C. ful of the acquaintances they make A. Had it desired full charge of with soldiers has been Issued by war welfare work it might have War and Navy Departments' proclaimed Its willingness to have missions on Training Camp Activi- Its board of management for this say the department constituted upon an The commissions ties. warning Is not intended to reflect and unsectarlan on the character of the men in the basis. It failed to do so. On the oervice, who as a whole are clean contrary its officials declare that and upstanding, and that it should their work Is primarily spiritual, not deter young women from par- and the gospel work must dominate ticipating in well ordered and the welfare work. Wo do not In war criticise the Y. M. C. A. for mainwholesome entertainments camp communities. Nevertheless the taining this view, but obviously it n3lC K. PHOTOS BV !BB8aS( "T3 J J S aaaaalaH public the greotest possible service now and in the future. Every citizen is deeply concerned in the problem before us. The of the public is needed to prevent possible widespread suffering and hardship. on The Company is using every resource at its command to render the KENTUCKY STATE FAIR OFFICIALS. Secretary Fount Kremer. CoMmissioner Matt Cohen. in Europe. Lieutenant Colonel H. M. Byllesby and Brigadier General Geore H. Horries are serving their country in the United States Army Many will be glad to learn that Mrs. Edwards M. Thoben, , daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. H. Haager, who has been seriously 111 at Sts. Mary If you were In the army or navy, and Elizabeth Hospital, Is now contlo you know of any more welcome valescent. - the pants that Marso Henri wore and now appears In the skirts of the "Silly Sallies." Some change of Indeed, but only a forerunner what's to follow. visit to Island. Chicago and Mackinac They can not come here and explain the situation to you and give you their side of the ease. They could not come last winter because they had then entered the service in response to calls to perform what they believed to be their duty. H. M.. Byllesby & Company, keenly realizing their responsibility, have asked me to come to Louisville as their permanent representative in working out the problems alluded to. I think they selected me for the task feeling that I could view these questions from the standpoint of the public, as well as that of the company, owing to my association for many years with the Utilities Commission of Wisconsin as member and Chairman. a position . the y, I SOCIETY. Marion-Mann- nw Jeffer-sonvill- e, Louisville Gas and Electric Co. ( I Kgtia3awIHKh4rs I "' .. , Vhhhhhb FONfttMrFEWr 9t94miJte9f9it$tt?9te99t9t9i J S hOCS For The - Kidd ies - J Best Kinds Are at "The Boston." 1818-182- t 3.50 - i See These Before Buying the Next Pair ii'aaaaia?tagfla)a)4a)aI t faj& Mul-doo- n. Sixty-nint- BRUEN'S Park P. BANNON and Restaurant , ee4.ee4t4e f PIPE CO. f f t Mc-Farla-nd e( 573-178- eaeeeaga)Httu ARCHITECT FRED ERHART ,1 i al-te- rt, al jadEDBFtJOBCy XRISHC The training school for chaplains for the United States army opened of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Readers Its fifth session the first of the urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Zachary Taylor. week at Camp Wc aim to protect our readthey find in these colums. There are two Catholic members in ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. the faculty, iRev. Ignatius Fealy and RevV Regis Barrett. The roster or the class contains the names of 103 priests, representing nearly every aSK diocese in the country. They are GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACHINE DREED John M. Bellamy, Rev. Fathers Francis A. Blendl, 'Philip J. Boivin, SPAGHETTI . NOODLES MACARONI I Robert J". Booth, Albert A. Brad5c and 10c Packages ford, Edward J. Brltt, John J. Britz, Joremiah J. Brodorlck, James Nothing Just as good. Accept no substitutes. ALU GROCERS. P. Buckley, Cyril D. uoutich, Joseph A. Burke, John V. Byrne, William D. John F. Campbell, Highland 1033 Homo ,Phone City 7638 Cleary, Hugh L. Collins, John J. JOS. V. SPANTNGER Connelly, John G. Cook, Cornelius CHILE CAFETERIA HUNGER'S A. Corcoran, John J. Culllnan, GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE Matthew A. Cummlngs, James F. 458 South Fifth Street WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS Thomas J. Delihant, Cummins. James J. Dolan, Walter J. Oonog- FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 370 Baxter Avemto hue, Timothy J. Donovan, Juniper Aloyelus B. Duffy, W. Doolln, henry sonun BREITENSTEIN MA- GEO. F. Arthur C. Dusseau, Thomas F. CO. CHINE Dustace, James J. Fltzglbbon, 1403 6ovenUi Street French, Daniel T. Michael G. 3 East Main Street Choice Staple and Fancy Gallagher, Pierre H. Gauthier, PatRepairing, Engines, MEAT and VEGETABLE rick J. Hackett, Leo M. Hartke, Automobllo Pumps, Elevators and Genoral Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, John A, Hayes, John J. Healey, City Home Michael J. Heeney, Edward J. chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Climb. South 1558-To. Michael H. HInssen, William M. Hogan, John T. Holland, Joseph George T. Jones, H. iHonnlgford, E. R. SPROWL J. M. BUOKNER William J. Jordan, Andrew J. Kelly, REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER TOBACCONIST T. Kenny, WHOLESALE 147 S. Filth St., Louisville, Ky. John S. Kelley, JamesWilliam F. E. Headquarters for Farms. Auction Charles George Kemp. 000 West Main Street Kelly, L. Koob, iHenry T. of Real Estate a Specialty. B. Lauermann, Lammers, Joseph lA)uisTlUe, Ky. Phones: Homo City 583 Christopher A. Lawless, Marshall Cumb. M. 183. J. LaSage, William J. Llllis, Edward A. Loehr, John E. Lorenz, EdH. W. NEWMAN Dome Phone 255G ward J. Lyng, John J. McCann, CONTRACTING ENGINEER Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. Charles J. McCarthy, F. Morgan A. McKeever, McDermott, James Steam and Hot Water Heating and Thomas E. McMann, Edward B. Sanitary Plumbing McNally, Earl J. MoNanamy, Dennis OMB OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND J. Maloney, J. Magulre, Francis M. 1 STARKS BUILDING. Francis J. Martin, Patrick LOUISVILLE, KY. Morgan, R. Monaghan, John Thomas P. Mulligan, Roman J. Both Phones Both Phones 2406 Nuwor, Joseph iL. O'Neill, Maurice FOOD AND POULTRY & 0 O. J. O'Shea, Thomas L. O'Toole, John SUPPLTGS George W. Pare, S. Panublcki, Adolph Reutlingcr Free Advice on Poultry and Pancratlus B. Paukstla, Eugene B. Pet Diseases Rice, George INSURANCE Regan, James M.L. Ryan, James E. Simon J. Rock, TORNADO, LIABILITY AND SHOP Ryder, Bernard Salbrelter, Adhenar PLATE GLASS 210 WEST MARKET STREET J. Savery, Louis M. Schorn, WillQuick Delivery 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET iam P. Schulte, Francis X. Scott, Clement D. Shaughnessy, Vincent J. ENGRAVERS Shepherd, Isidore L. Smith, Gilbert G- XJ 1ST T. Stickelmaier. Joseph M. Sullivan, BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY Aloyslus C. Sutter, Thomas F. Tem ple, Albert J. Thompson, waiiam ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ICE CREAM M'F'B'S. Velt, Francis J. Walsh, Edward H. ELECTROTYPERS Vurplllat, Edward T. Walsh, Henry 1104 South Seventh Street Louisville, Ky. P, White, Albert J. Zudeck. 835 W. Main St., Phone City 6574 Home Phone City 5674 AAdtHRIOA;. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS THE CHAPLAINS' SCHOOL. for 781-78- GRO-CERLG- S, Hlg-gln- s, Y. DENTIST 900-90- ' HALLEE'SPBT - REUTLINGER FIRE isr s WANT COLLEGE BOYS. Phone City 6692 H. Platoff, Prest. I. Bush, lOUTHIRN' STAE" Sec-Trea- s. PLATOFF & BUSH Incorporated GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Special Attention To Repair Work SLICED BACON AM Jtedy for Yar Grtddle te Morning" LARD, SAUSAGH KM HAsCB, EOUiaVILLK PROVISION Estimates Cheerfully Furnished (IsseryorateC) OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. THE SIGN OF QUALITY. Home Phone City 6085 Highl'd 741J P. FREDERICK Bast 180 i,flkvV TSmNTUGEF LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 614-02-- , CO. 2 Us( Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager 4M"M'MM'I"4' IIDOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT i it 1227 WEST :l Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH IHOJVJBjeS. Cumb. Main 2998-- a this plan, students win ne equippea RAGS, for the peace and 'war needs of the METAL, IRON, SCRAP OLD BOTTL9S, ETC. nation. The purpose of the plan Is to provido for the very Important jp Paper Stock A Specialty needs of the army for highly traihed 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET men as officers, engineers, doctors, Bet. Market and Jefferson chemists and administrators of every kind. The importance of jthls LOUISVILLE KY. . plan for combined military and 'collegiate training. If we are. to m,eet In the future the urgent needs of Ihe army for highly trained men is bo great that the War Department requests the colleges, earnestly Councils of Defense and 'other pain triotic societies to bringing It to the attention of the rnnnir men of the country and in MARKET STREET, urgingthem to do their part to a success. . tnalyr It 214-21- eeBirfa - One of the most important announcements Issued toy the War Department has tb do with the Students' Army Training Corps. Members of the S. A. T. C. are to be college students not under eighteen years of age, who aro enlisted as privates in this corps of the United States army. They take along with their educational training such military training as the War Department stipulates This military training will "bo given by competent pftlcers officers ap- and able-bodied newly-creat- ed teA tttbe-W8f-DPaFm$at-i- iW did and I spurned his advice, hut SAINT ROSE FEAST. as soon as I turned my hack on my CAREFUL BUYERS home temptations came upon mo St. Rose of Lima, whoso feast like a drovo of hyenas and hurried has Just been celebrated, was born Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly mo to ruin." In Lima, the capital of Peru, April Mark that confession, you boys 20, 1686, and at the time of her urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements who are 'beginning to bo wiser than birth her ivarents wnr vnrv rlr.h In they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-e- rs your parents. Mark it, and learn Khis world's goods hut' lost it all by accepting oniy firms of known responsibility. that disobedience Is the first step later. Her name was Isabel, but on on xne roaa 10 Turn, uon i xaKe u: account of her marked beauty people came to call her Rose, and by that name she was always known. LAFAYETTE. As soon as she could speak she o to pray and loved prayer better than anything in the world. She Continued from First Pago. U1UUOTUKAYHJ seemed ever to live, in the presence of God, who Jier good mother told liODISVILLB KENTUCKY valuable, a fleet to with her could see all she did, reading Z L.AUGEST IN THE SOUTH. It. and with these new forces In even her thoughts. Even dn hor the field against her the British Bleep she was often heard to rebegan tho final chapter of the war. peat "May Jesus bo with me; After the war Lafayette visited blessed be Jesus." Her beauty inNATIONAL HATTERS Foii.ra PBevmiHT asigoxatmm Incorporated. tho United States and was every- creased with years and people were TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. where received with welcoming In tho habit of alluding to It In her 325 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. wa orcanlzed by oIHjww to make hands. Toward the .evening of his presence, Suits Pressed While You" Wait. which constantly dislife the great Frenchman was in tressed the modest child LOANS Hata Cleaned and Blocked While to the need, having lost his property and point of tears. Homo Phone City 1931 on furniture and other penonal r&. erty at having been otherwise deprived of In spite of her goodness Rose was You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and IOWEST SATES. hie patrimony. It was at this time not without tendencies to certain Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bid?., that Congress voted him money and faults, the chief of which was van- and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, 8 E. Cor. Third and JeBerae. lands, which he sold for $100,000, ity, For this reason she never Attention and Quality." Both Phonea. 2t(6. and at the same time Invited him wearied of asking God to deliver to revisit the scene of his youthful her from the temptation of admirHomo Phone Shawneo 803 SAM L. ROBERTSON victories. His tour of the country ing herself and practiced HENRY GOSS lasted fourteen months, during CONTRACTOR FOR as a guard against It. One which period he visited each of the day when she was going to a little Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOR& States, and in party with somo other children her then twenty-fou-r every town and city he was the ob- - mother placed upon her head a gar- Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twenty-slxt- h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty He land of flowers which she had St. lect of a splendid welcome. died in France in 1834 and there woven for her. There happened to 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 was general mourning and many be thorns mingled with tho aroses tributes to his memory in the and Rose, who did not dare to reSEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY United States. A OS. move the crown which her mother Loans to those having regular inThe present war has caused his had told her to wear, pressed it Headquarters for name to be illuminated again, for Into her head so tightly that she comes or salary, with no publicity once more Franco and America are was badly cut by the thorns. The or red'tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPHRTi. fighting a common foe, but this child's mother died when sho was on tholr personal security. See us about anything In raw which France very young, and her time the country estate. We sell, buy and rent married F. R. POOLEY, nelped to free is returning to assist again a woman who father most unwas 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding, freeing the world for de- kind to her. her in mocracy. 410 S. Fourth Street. Bomo Phono City 4464. 'S She had always ardently desired to become a Dominican, tout as there ANNIVERSARY. was no order of these religious in r. B. YANN DAHIY COMPANY Phone City 2771 Lima sho joined tho Tertlarles of The St. Ludwlg Society of St. Bt Dominic, like the Third Order 0. T. THOMAS & CO. INCOBPOIU.TBD Boniface church hadvlts anniversary of St. Francis. After this she occelebration last Sunday morning, cupied a little cell In the garden, 0 SOUTH, WENZEL ST. when the members attended a spe- where she lived apart from the rest 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREWS cial high mass and received holy Df the household. It is said that Both Phones 4202 Louisville, Ky. 's communion In a body. St. from this time she mortified her Is a benevolent society that Innocent body in the severest man"SOUTHERN STAR" J. G. PULLIAM has done much good work for Its ner and she did it all as a sacrifice SLICED BACON members and men of St. Boniface to atone for tho sins of the MOVING AND PACKING parish and 'Is steadily gaining Like St. Catherine of "All Ready for Your Griddle In tho strength, Motor Truck Express Glonne, whom she greatly admired, Morning" Bt. ' HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Roso was also mystically PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY COMES HOME TODAY. espoused to our Lord. For a long 231 West Green Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. time she received holy communion Home Phone City 9130 Incorporated The Rev. B. H. Westormann, pas every day, and that was often her tor of the Church of, the Immaculate oniy nourishment. Sometimes she Home City 2803 Conception, is expected to return passed whole weeks without taking today from Rome City, Ind., where food. KJsnjmJu&ixf REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY he has 'been enjoying a season of During the last year of hor life, rest. Father Westermann was not as she was praying one night at her FRED HORNUNG.JR. 111 when he left for a hrlef vaca- window, a beautiful (bird camo and PLUMBINa AND GAS FITTINa ie tion, but was feeling the effects of perched on the sill. Hose began to 712 West Jefferson Street his arduous work and took a much sing a canticle, as was her nlehflv needed rest. custom, and the bird joined in. Louisville, Ky. Mi i trilling a sweet accompaniment to tho hymn. From that timo until NUNS WELL WORK. DEAD ANIMALS FRANK A. OHIiMANN the day of her death the bird ap"71 of peared at the same hour, singing HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Bishop Peter J. Muldoon, with her the praises of God. Her flockford, 111., who heads the 000 East Franklin Street last illness was of thrpo waVii Clonal Catholic War Council, Call HonA Phone City 721; offered to Surgeon General Gorgas duration, and during this tlmo she Cumb. Phone Haln 721. GROCEREGS AND FRESH MEATS tho services of tho Sisters of tho suffered intensely, but gave proof LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Catholic church for work as nurses, of her piety by the patience with Cumb. Main 967-"V either In this country or abroad. wnicn she bore It all. Her last cAlso Catholic hospitals throughout words were: "Jesus. Jesus, ho atth SOUTH SAVINGS Phone City 4131 LOUISVILLE ', tho country are offered for tho care me!" She died on Aiipnat m & ' - ' be-b- an I ojlvejn::e:r STOTKSS ASAa.. ai-j- X&YJE&RS well-know- n al 5 MS-61- REAL ESTATE Lud-wlg- unre-pente- nt. -- SBciw,,. REV' -- , 3 A - WrframZ-iiu- PRIESTS WITH FORCES. There are now over four hundred priests with commissions in tho United States army and navy. This does not include many Knights of Columhus chaplains. With those in the next two classes In tho chaplains' training school at Camp Zachary Taylor the number will bo almost doubled. ' DISAPPOINTED. Ifie church of the Dominicans, where it still rests, tho most precious treasb'orry-wnsrra- rd' r 15 .. i.. ure of the great and rich Vlty uima. bt. Kose was canonized 1671 and became patroness America and tho Philippines. YOUR LIBERTY LOAN. of Deposits. A General Banking Busi ness Transacted. Home Phono City 2845 Fourth nnd Central Avenue ' FOR YOUR GROCERIESEVERY Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and Satisfaction 441 East St. Catherine '' I I i ; .Home City 2998 - - 44 , t4 - "H!I'M lH - - M"Hc j 'WWHWWiiViVtWWWWWtVWtWUWWntWWiV nOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ittv 822 ! egO0g8ftt0Mf GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP.S Eat vwvtA Director JS&oJtxx street. i! i Funeral and Emhaimeri f BOTH PHONES 810. 1 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS "As Near to Yotf H. BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 01O FKHR AVKNU eiftfeoae u the Neatest Phsw" FUNERAL A A ROWERS Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.00 leaa. IsyWfcSsaaaasasMBsi bOO fourth Awnue Imttrvcr 1 asff awagjsMa a ii We telegraph FJowms Bverywhere y. VISITING HIS BROTHHR6. Steve J. Thome, chief storekeeper of the Gret Lake Training .LOUISVILLE.. KY. Station, Is visiting hie brothers, the A complete line of Furniture kt Rev. A J. Thorns, of Stt. Vinnnnt loweit ide Paul church, aa ifark Thosw. price that we always JtalWsssttaft wl ' Wf 426 WiHAKKtT appointed at his failure to provoke a' persecution of Catholicism In the British Isles. ' He seems to have thought that there .were no limits to his journalistic afluences and so JOYCE KILMER'S DEATn. takes every opportunity now to create a public feelingi hostile to the A creat shock to the Catholic and Catholic church. CAtholic Bulletin. literary world was the news from France last week of the death in IRELAND PROSPEROUS. action of the beloved poet, Sergeant was born In He Joyce Kilmer. Dublin. The koneral Increased New Brunswick, December 6, 1886. prosperity of Ireland under war Rutgers Prepara- conditions is agaln reflected in the He attended both College, be- reports now being issued tory School and Hutgcrs of the ing at the latter institution from principal banks, i ne bank of the 1904 to 1906. He received tho farming and huslifess community degree of A. B. from Columbia shows once more 1 great increase University in 1908. On April 23, In the money lodgeft with it on de tho posit accounts, amounting m the 1914, Joyce Kilmer .joined famous Seventh Regiment of New half year just clotfcd to well ovor York. He was transferred in Aug3,000,000. Another announces, an Regiment, Increase of more than 5,250,000. ust .to the Sixty-nint-h now the 16 5th. He was at first in department, from the statistical "PREPAREDNESS." which he was ransfered to itho He was fond division. Tho need of "preparedness" is a of military life and in love wlthl lesson that the war Impressed on England and France. In fact ho the nation. The fchurch has ovor had hoped to buy a pretty homo in been insistent on two measures of France, where he could pass his va- preparedness that are all to the cations. Joyce Kilmer had tho op- good of our country In this gigantic portunity to secure a commission war. The church, has taught rewith tho Columbia College Training spect for authority land respect for School, but he preferred to shoulder the sacred duties lot the married a gun himself and get Into the state; hence the elclency of the actual fighting. He went away Catholic soldier arid his numerous from New York as a private and representation. Sa?red Heart Re- was sent overseas in October, 1917. Pvlew. I He was promoted to Corporal and then Sergeant. He did not want to DEDICATION. go any further. He liked the work and didn't want to be a commisThe new Cathedrsll of Sioux Falls Besides his father will bo dedicated OUober 21. It Is sioned officer. and mother and wife the deceased expected there will be aJarge gathleaves four children. They are ering of church drtgnltarles and Kenton, tho oldest, nine years of people for the occajpon. age; Deborah, Michael and Christopher. Tho latter is only one year DEFENSE FUND GROWING. old. Ireland's nation! defense fund "OBEDIENCE." now stands at 2i 12.079 for 1,175 narish areas, and w rapidly ac "My dear hoy," paid a (father to cumulating. comhis only son, "You are in had pany. The lads with whom you IRISH AMI UED. associate Indulge In had habits. They drink, swear, play cards and Ireland is Rupiyiftg ash timber visit theaters. They aro not afe sufficient for the feonstructlon of company for you. I beg you to quit 10,000 airplanes. their society." "You needn't be afraid of me, HELPING FORHiT SERVICE. father," Teplled tho hoy, laughing. "I guess I knoy a thing or two. President Wilscli has author!: I know how far to go and when to a loan of J,000,ttOO to the Fori stop." service tor twe rtonnng expen The lad left hla gathers houee, to meet the aerioufc emergency cn twirling hla cane, in his fingers and ditioiM in tho rational forests of laughing at the old man' notions. the Northwest and tho Pacific cowt A few years later and that tod, States. Forestry officials regard the grown to manhood, stood CThe bar present are season un the Northwest of a court, before a Jury whieh had as in some ways 4he most serious juat brought dn a. verdict for a wtth which the Cwvernment iias crime fn which he had fteen con- ever had to cope. Early drouth, cerned. 'Before he was sentenced high winds, electrical storms, labor he addressed the court, and eaid nhortage and dspleiion of the regamong other things: "My down- ular protective forae as a result ward course began in disobedience of the war have eoiablned to make to ny parent. I thought rl know tn Are 3oi1tof wprscedentedly J. JMMW ante 4 Lord Northcliffe Is evidently dis- j AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor democracy and subscribe to tho fund that is to make the world safo 421 East Jefferson Street for democracy. You subscribe to the hellef that Innocent women and ARTISTIC PRINTING children on unarmed ships shall not Phono City 2923; Residence 7108 be sent to the bottom of the sea; CHARLES BALLMAH3R FIRST CLASS WORK that women and children and old men shall not ho Tavlshed and tor230 East Market Street Qle This Office Your Next Ordea tured and murdered under tho plea Between Brook and Floyd of military necessity; that nurses 317 W. GREEN ST. shall not be shot for deeds of PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND mercy, nor hospital ships be sunk SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty Telephone City 946 without warning, or hospitals and unfortified cities be bombed or cane guns. You nonaded with ELECTRIC FANS for SALE or RENT. subscribe to tho doctrlno that small nations have the same rights as We. Will EXCHANGE your old model for great and powerful ones; that might is not right, and that Gera NEW TYPE FAN. many shall not force upon the world GO. tho dominion of her military masINCORPORATED ters. You subscribe, when you subCltf 3 PHONES Hanl JO scribe to a Liberty loan, to tho be333 WEST MAIN STREBT lief that America entered this war for a just and noble cause; that our soldiers in France and our sailors on tho sea are fighting for Tight $ 8.B8 These tires are all first crnaranteea Thermold PI. and justice. And you subscribe to 30x3 Thermold Ws. CI 8.95 stock, witn name and serial number atCU 30x3 10.9E tached. the American sentiment that they 30x3 Thermold PI. CI We solicit a call to Inspect our stook 12.25 Thermold Fl. S must and shaH he powerful, effi12.96 at both stores. 32x3 Thermold Ns. Ss cient and victorious. PHONES Main Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, 460 S. rXTTX ST. Mala 1039 TALK WITH THEM. Retail Branch Y long-rang- When you subscribe to a Liberty loan you subscribe to the sentiment that the world must be safe for RATn'S OAFE J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Home Phone Parkway 350 Cumb. Phone South 2255-- CHIJVDERS ELEGTRIG 4 FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. what children expect and like. Your children are not turned away to school to shift for themselves, or to be taken care of wholly by the 222S Bardstown Road teacher, without any thbught of your own for them. You ought to Blacksmith and Wagon Builder know what they aro studying and Rubber Tiring. how they are getting on. HINTS ON STYLES. is very much Tho favored iu early fall styles. The big collar is coming that Is tho very big, high, wldo collar on the coat. Of all tho fabrics notable in the early jfall dresses duvetyn is tho most engaging. For the lato fall and winter both velvety and velveteen are going to be worn a very great deal. Embroidery dono in colored silk floss la a form of trimming very much in voguo. They are uaod es pecially on tho sheer, thin fabrics. klrts that sweep the instep aro recognised as leading factors In dress. The career of tho top coat was abruptly ended when capes became tha fashion. Wide fringe, and yet wider fringe, apron Is nsed on the edges of tunics, on tho bottom of skirts and on sleeves, either at the bottom edge or else as trimming bands. The" upturned hem, like a cuff at tn Dottom oc the sKirt, m not un Now there appears a hem known. turned up for a short spare and I buttoned back on the skirt. I lUMterstoftves, sUahtly Little coat-dress 666 8. TKZBD BT. Some time ought to be taken at home to talk with your children East PHONES 003 about what they are learning and doing at school. Such talks are Incorporated High. 375 l' t l' i i 'V ft 'I' ft 't1 i' i' 'H"I' i' 'V ' 'I' 'I' 'V ' " JOHN M. SCHMITT SMOKE TARPY'S I Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Best Cigars Made McCormick Binders, Mojyers, Lawn Mowers and Rakes. A full lino of repairs. Bardstown Road Garage. -- 4- SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Sayo fifty gallons of gasoline for tho sum of Ono Dollar. Carbonvold will Increase your mileage 25 por cent., remove and prevent carbon and not Injure the motor. Sold under a positive guarantee to do all that Is claimed for It. Can you afford to drive your car without Carbonvold? KENTUCKY K0ALINE KOMPANY ""t,W''i"HHH"lMH DRIKTEC JjM So I Distributors in Kentucky, 801 Louisville Trust Building, Telephone, City 4405. aro featured on some Very smart frocks of black satin. They are In white aattn, done aometinum sometimes in hrack or white m .ttixiQttijr q CORNS.BUNIONS legrtwiK d MfltriMl Nlf Stieftiffetlijr TrW Dr. Jlt ti nt Uriah Z. Litsty Chiropodist 507 Starka kfeHT-- BaiMiMt Batk Pba. " eUrjink'ijmmAttX fl 3SCJBlSC'J?Xl&'BZr XX&sdC AJMO&&.X&AJS. I HERMAN I f rpunTti Avewut STRAUS wcoponrco QoJd SONS market strectjj Tradlnjr Stamps. : HIBERNIANS. News Notes. Division 3 moots nest Friday evening. Mrs. Anna Lenahan is the State Auxiliary. Division 3 now has sixteen members in the colors and keeps them all in good standing. MEMORIAL KNIGHTS Ed-wa- id Doin 2 What They Have Been the Past Week General I We Give and Redeem SCHOOL SUITS J FOR BOYS i $6.45 1 President of the Nebraska Ladles' NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT $7.45 $10 White Shirts 60c 79c and Blouses $1.00 I TO GO WITH THESE SUITS New Lines of White and Colored Diess Gopds and Laces for Girls' school wear. Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Hundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings deposit of $1.00 or more. Clnb limited to 1,000 members. Mulioy's New Blend Coffee 1- JOHN J ii(I Book-keeping, tho auxiliary. Renewing their pledge of fealty to tho Holy Father, the Ladies' Auxiliary of Nebraska in State conven 2 -2 Lbs. For 65c tion at Omaha adopted the following A COrrEE TEAT IS KTfOWU POB ITS TOTS CUP resolution: "That we have the QUALITY. greatest confidence In the statesmanship of our beloved President 3MC. Woodrow Wilson, and that we look with highest hopes In h!s ability Importer and Boaater. of High Qrada Coffee, Sold to put Into practice the principles of Direct to Consumer. of small na'self determination 213 W. MAXKET ST. leUlSVOXlE, JCT. tions' after tho close of this great Return this advertisement with remittance and we war." will ship Cotte by Parcel Post, all charge prepaid. Addressing the great Hibernian reunion at Milwaukee Lieut. G. S. Welchalt, U. S. N., paid high tribute to Irish patriotism and said: "It is not generally known that an Irishman was the first member of tho United States navy. His name "" was OBrien and he was an early settler on the Atlantic coast. Dur: ing the war with the in a imixf 'uf'lfgn- ermen and went out in a lumber schooner. The narty managed to capture a large British ship." MXJZvIvOY (kJ?, LOUISVILLE, ' SECOND AND BREOiaNIUDGE, KENTUCKY. Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting and Tenches kindred biibjocts. Day and Night classes the year round. Onr system Is right; our prices are right; we treat you right. Enroll any time. J. It. CREAGER, Prin. SIXTEENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September 9 to 14, 1913- - $78,000 IN PREMIUMS S10.000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE; 815,000 BEEF CATTLE SHOW 810,000 FATTED AND FEEDING CATTLE SnOW BIGGEST BABY HEAIMl 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 MIDWAY AND HIPPODROME ATTRACTIONS On Sunday. September 8, 1018, SPECIAL Concert by Thaviu's hear Sacred Famous Band and Concert Singers, with TWO Flights. of RUTH LAW, the Worlds Famous Aviatrix Cataloguo and other Information write For FOUNT T. IOIEMER, Secretary 004 Republic Building, Louisville, ICy. L E. CANNING, PRES. FlfUenth and Magulla S. 966Y Ctty 3101 ). Ml DOUBHERTT, Vict Pres. Main Office-F- irst and A Sts. City 510 S. 1058Y E. H.HIEHAUS.Stc.-Troa- s Elevator awl Payne Highland 1462 Poe HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. QUrylODY - DISTRIBUTORS OF THE ERri03B High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal ' Place your next All coal sold at Government prices. order with) us. Terms cash. Where the Quick Heal Comes In the brightest'. Vhere Ue OTkere Rose work ta Is to the meal ooked beet; IrVer the rawse -T- mure light: itii tfce tMtt's "Quick NmI" MMI when mmh VTW I S . Where work la ipueMy doae; Where eooklBg mwm roal f"H VSmSSM .1 Where baktof gtrM B3Sjffl W ' Ughtj FfSmmSSaM Where drudge to ml jjm p55fgE9M Jl F" Ia4alU4 i st Tb4' "Qatok Mm1""nm Mml4 wjwre Mm t)a(h ul Hiftklr H James B. Brown -- President Friday evening of last week Henry J. AngermeIer..VIce President ght-- y earmold son Harry Lerner, the el James J. Hayes Vice President of Michael Lerner, 1127 West C. M. S. Hebel .Vice President street, ,was struck by a . John S. Akeis Cashier street car at Twelfth and Market, Oscar A. Block Asst. Cashier pBHH9?wHLLnEfcu r A. P. Ramser. and died two h'ours after helng reAsst. Cashier mSSmasmSssmS3& moved to the rClty Hospital. Tho child fell under the car and his GRATEFUL TO OARDLVAL. skull was fractured and body badly mangled. Apropos of the London Just how tho sad acciTimes' " dent occinred" has. not been stated. veiled threat to revive the penal laws against Catholics, a writer in SISTERS RESUME DUTD3S. the Catholic Magazine of South Africa, which )ately arrived, re' Sister Doloria. of the Dominican marks: Sisters, returned this week to her "Catholics In the British empire 111., having will accept no toleration from the convent at Rantoul, on a .ytelt to her mother, British Junkers of the Nortihcllffe been here Mrs. T, O'Sullivan, 1.0 tTG. Seventh type; but they will Insist upon street, the past few weeks. Sister their rights if necessary wjth their Alexia, another)' daughter of Mrs1. lives. If the Northcliffes wish to of Holy provoke a new Kulturkampf they O'Sullivan Rosary Academy, will remain at can, but they ought tQ "remember St. flni'hprln'fi'H Cnnvent. havinr Bismarck. It is certainly 'net natrl- been "elected Secretary and ' Novice ouc on rne part or Lor. No.rthcllf fe ' '.' J: r mj remina (jatnoncs or unswest). the penal laws at a time when a Catholic has been made Chancellor of the GerCARGO SPACE GIVEN. i man empire. "The Irish Bishops have not The Knights of ColunVbus have MESSAGES OF APPROVAL. been notified by the War Departin any purely political Ly ment that 300 tons of cargo spaed question They have Intervened in Replying to the message sent to t month will be allotted to them on amoral question of the gravest imhim by Supreme Knight James A. outgoing shipsj hound for France. port, as they had, a perfect right to muKWH9am Flaherty at the Supreme convention They will hereafter maintain a do. The papers 'which applauded of tho order in New York, His Holi- steady flow of articles for distribu- the Intervention of Cardinal Mercier ness Pope Benedict sent the follow- tion among theunlts of tlho Ameri- on hehalf of his own "people and nOLLENBAOTI'S WINE HOUSQ THS PHIL. HOLLXKBACH CO ing cable from the Vatican: can army. Included In the ship- their rights suddenly discover a INCORPORATED Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. "Rendering heartfelt thanks for ments will bo 75,000,000 cigarettes, political flavor in the words of Car the solemn sentiments of homage, 225,000-- ' cigars, 10,000 tons of dinal, Logue when he takes action Importer and Dealer In Distillers Of fidelity and attachment tendered by chocolate, many tons of hard candy, of an analogous kind. A crave in OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH WINES AND LIQUORS the Supremo Council of the Knights supplies of soap and towels and justice was proposed to be done to "HOLIiKNBAOH" PURE JIYB of Columbus, tho august 144 South Third Street Pontiff Immense quantities of athletic their people, and the Irish Bishops blesses with all his heart the mem- goods. 98 W. Mala St. LoaUrUle, Ky. have not hesitated to speak words Home Phone 1191 bers of the order and all charitable tnat could do clearly understood. persons your noble In RELItSION TnE REMEDY. They claim that the fundamental work." right of a nation to conscript its also, through President Wilson When religion was an outcast and own citizens shall not bo exercised his Secretary, Joseph Tumulty, re- the 'Llberallsts introduced Socialistic by another nation in direct opposiplied to the ple'dge of unswerving doctrines, Windhorst uttered these tion to the wish of the Irish peoloyalty made to him by tho Su- prophetic words, "Believe me, the ple. preme convention of the K. of C, day will come vftten you. too, will "The democratic .voters of EngHis reply reads: realize the truth ind will exclaim, land must bo grateful to Cardinal "The President genuinely appre 'Would that we hkd never entered Logue for tho etand which he has assurances on this course; haa we acted other- taken; and Ave should leave the nia't-tciates the heartening that you give him In your telegram wise the- - red spectre would not willingly in their "hands, if they of August 7 in the name of the now be threatening us.' ' That day Were free to vote. We have heaid Knights of Columbus of the United Is Here. LlberaHsm, unbridled cap- much since the war began of the States. Such messages do much to italism and Socialism have torn iniquity of making Bohemians fight keep him in heart and he asks me asunder the social fabric. The only for Austria and Poles for Germany, to convoy to you one and all an ex- hope of society ts In its return, to but what now version of the moral JL pression of his cordial thanks." law ifor British benefit makes it religion. The PJIot. And Marshal Foch, helng apprised lawful for us to force Irishmen to or the fact that the Knights of fight for a causp for which they do nOLY' NAME'S FLAG. Columbus had awarded him a baton not desire to fight? If the NONE BETTER NONE PURER Inscribed with the names of tho of small nations Tomorrow morhing at the solemn has victories that have Tendered his high mass at Holy .Name church at any meaning it surely means that name immortal in the military his- Third and O streets jt!he handsome they themselves are to determine tory of the world, .sent this reply service flag of tjhat parish will bo the causes for which they tliink It through tho French High Commis- blessed ami raised with Impressive right to give their lives." sion at Washington: ceremony by theS pastor, Rov. John The writer is of the opinion that "I foeg you to accept my personal T, O'Connor, wio will be assisted It is largely owing to tho attitude , CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, thanks for the testimony of appro- by a number ofVprlests from other of President Wilson and America bation and sympathy which you churches and the! chaplains' training that the Northcllffe press (has been have addressed to me. Confident school at Camp SSachary Taylor. Tho unable as yet to make the British in the victory, wo are all (working mass will take lace at 10 o'clock. Government enforce conscription in with the same heart for the success Holy Name's flanf; will havo eighty Ireland. ' BOTH PHONES Cum l. Main 1389 Home City 1389 of our common cause." stars, and it is safe to say the Besides which Gen. Pershing, church will e 'filled with relatives AYINCnESTER. Col. Theodore Roosevelt and Amand friends of the boys who ftrave bassador Jusserand have written gone to the front In tho war fori Plans have been completed by Grand Knight Flaherty accentuating their country and (humanity. Rev. George O'Bryan for the openthe proud position the order occuing of an academy at Winchester. It pies In the eyes of our republic and ACCREDITED TO UNIVERSITY. will be called St. Joseph Academy, the allies. and w"lll he in charge of the SisSt. Mel's High School for boys ters of Divine Providence, of NewMOURN HIS DEATH. will port. Temporarily a founding ad- and Brothers' home, which open next Tuesday, represents tho Joining St. Joseph church will be Many friends mourn the death of latest BtrMe along educational lines utilized, after it is remodeled in a INCORPORATED thirty-thre- e William J. Keeley, made by the Catholics of Chicago. suitable manner, and when condiyears old, who passed away Sunday These, were built- by he parishioners tions have resumed their normal FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. afternoon at his home, Sixth and of St. Mel's efcujjch, Kildare: ave- state a new and conimodious strucEaTly id June nue and Waabtajfton boulevard, at ture will be erected. The academy LOUISVILLE- Kentucky streets. KENTUCKY Salllo a cost Mr. Keeley married Miss girls, of wr 1350.000. The will admit boys andand Catholici Drillette, and upon returning from school Is furstok sd with modem and the curricutheir wedding trip the was stricken equipment for bo:h commercial and lum will includo primary, interwith meningitis. Deceased was a science course 7iU be In mediate and high school grades, as and well known member of the Domini- charge of tba hritlan Brothers. well as music, domestic science and can narlsh and for a number of It will take earc of the graduate fancy sewing. Father O'Bryan is years had been salesman with the from the parocMJal schools of that being complimented on all eide3 by Company, Carter Dry Goods of section of the r y and will be ac- the people of Winchester on afford which his father was a director. credited to ' Hh State University. ing them nan opportunity of having He waa the son of Thomas Keeley, One of the feati ret of the sew their children educated under such Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common and besides (his parents and widow high school is the gymaurfum, which desirable conditions. is survived by a elster, Mrs, Mamie will be one of tfc largett la the Due to the great demand wo ars BOTTLING COMMON ZolJ, and a brother, Louis Keeley, city. STRIKING SERVICE FLAG. aad if you have tried tile rest get the BEST. who Is in the army at Damn Shelby. Miss. The funeral was held Tuea-da- y OUTS jOAS BILL. Monslgnor McGean, the Tector of PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. morning at St. Louis Bertran4's St. Peter's ohurch in church with requiem high mass. Reduce the an ount of your gas City, has designed a striking servbill as followa: Place the dishnan ice flag in honor of the 200 men IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE i gone forth from his parish. Its 200 on one burner of the gas stove OLBRGY ARM NBRDKD. full of wwtpr; then put vege- stars have been worked in tho form The army to still in need of tables, rice and aieats in small cans, of a cross, heart ami anchor, emchaplain. It needs one for every or crocks and tfloce these in the blematic of faith, hope and charitv 1,100 officer and man. Candidates pan of hot water In a few minutes In both the religious and patriotic SATISFIES THAT LONGING. ' ire teat to the ehwplalna' school, they will begfei to oook, and one sense faith in American instituwhere th course lasts five weeks, can attend to ww'ft other duties tions, trust thai the God of armies ad after an interval of a week without fear el their burning. When will bring success to American arms, mother class is started. While at your dinner is laokd the tish- and love of country. Two of the (he fchool tthe elmrymap receives water 1 ateo, mm. St to urorht- 0iar.are golden and tftaMd inside XMO0BPOK4TBD as two or tna.weawws to the tovmSmm LOUI8V1LLB, KY, ifiCITYM. Jer-ferson otic exercises. Last week tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Nebraska held both State and county conventions at Omaha. This action was sanctioned by the Na- ilonal President, Mrs. Mary Mc Whorter, duo to the fact that there were no State or county officers for night, the first visit since deserting the bachelors, and he promised to be a "regular" again. County President John Hennessy missed his second meeting in three years Monday night, and his Tunning mate, Tom Lynch, only beat the adjournment call by a nose. A service flag containing forty-si- x stars has been dedicated with impressive ceremonies 'by the Hibernians of Portland, Ore. The Rev. William A. Daly blessed the flag and delivered tho dedication address, which was followed by patrK ed. Vice President Mark J. Ryan, of Division 4, was on hand Monday The spread for the ball players and members was a "dandy" for these Hooverizing times. Former County Secretary Dan O'Keefe, now In the army, sends his best regards to local brothers. Mike McDermott wants to umpire the games next season, in which the part. "What's HIbornians take your idea, Mike?" With tho County Board organized and led by Mrs. Rose Keane, the Ladles' Auxiliary of Omaha has excellent prospects for advancement. The Hibernian ball club members were the guests of the local members at Hibernian Home Thursday night, and they were royally treat- next month. Epiphany Council of Sioux City will have a great class for the exemplification of the three degrees September 8. (Preparations are being made for a flag raising next month at St. Francis de Sales church under the private, $33 a month. Whon he auspices of, Newport Council. has compelted the course successThe fourth degree initiation to bo' fully he is allowed mileage homo, held In Sioux City on October 13 at tho rate of three and promises to be the Biggest affair of ap- Its kind in the annals of the s cents a mile, and when pointed lie takes the rank and pay of First Lieutenant of tho National Chaplain J. B. DoValles, with tho rmy, ?2,000 a year and ?2,200 Knights of Columbus in France', has abroad. It fs said of those chaplain been awarded' the Croix de Guerre fchools that practically every phase for bravery and coolness while unof American rejiglous belief is rep- der Are. resented in tho classes, and thoro Tho of Columbus will has never been the slightest friction establishKnights service a house for because of differences in doctrine. .transient soldiers and sailors in the central section of Detroit in the MADE FLYING VISIT. Immediate future. The Supreme Council will send son of Mr. and J. Robert Burns, Mrs. James Mi Burns, 963 Seventh Andrew S. McSwIgan, of Pittsburgh, street, made a flying visit here to Europe on a special mission. He Saturday night and Sunday to see will visit Ireland, England and the the his parents and friends. "Bobby" Western front, returning in looks the pictuie of health since spring. The Budget Committee of tho joining Uncle Sam's service and he is progresslngt rapidly as a member Montgomery County War Chest Association at Dayton, Ohio, have service. of the allotted to tho Knights of Columbus for war activities the sum of CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. i sad and loving remembrance of our dear batoy hoy, John Brerinan, who died one year ago, August 28, 1917, aged seven years: In memory we always see the one we loved fco dear, His vision grows so clear, iwe , feel he must be near. How sadly we counted tho 'hours that measured one sorrowful year V" Since they laid ,neath the mantle of flowers our darling we loved so 'dear. Mother and Father, 6C3 Grainger Court. (n some-tlnies OF fifflfflBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Else where. The council at St. Joseph, Mo., will open its handsomo now homo Store for School Clothes "THE BOYS' STORE" Yes, the RIGHT STORE for Boys and Chil- ( one-ha- lf he-d- dren's School Clothes and everything is"ready here for the fall season. Boys Suits, Shirts, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes! Hosiery and Footwear for Misses and Children! Complete stock, large varieties, and always superior values. BOYS' IVI STORB-brHIB- D FLOOR7 V radio-electr- ic ' The annual reunion and card and lotto party of' the .Catholic Knights of America is to take place in St. Martin's Hall, Shelby and "Gray, on the evening of t Wednesday, October 23. Those in charge of tho affair are working energetically 'for its. success and aroilooking forward for good results from a social as well as financial standpoint. There will be no charge for admission, COSTS BOY'S LIFE. $75,000. Gen. Pershing has cabled thanks for himself and the troops under his command to Hho Knights of Columbus for their inspiring message and ,the service being rendered -- S F? K E.T AT TH 1 W O our army throughout France. Col. C. V. Waljacev now District Deputy for tho Columbus district, is one of tho leading Knights of Ohio. He Is also a prominent figure in the Knights of St. John and has many friends' in thta order in Louisville. Because the draft age has been years the ige raised to forty-fiv- e limit for K. of C. field secretaries has been raised to flfty. This step haa been taken because the order is limit wjth me uovernment in au tilings. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. ! ff- - Cor. Fifth, and Market ' Capital and Surplus-$1,700- ,000 Three Ter Cent. Interest Paid On Time Deposits to-,t- he BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA 'and-formerl- - WHISKY. ' ' IT IS ALWAYS PURE. V 'V1 H McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, m DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT jLf f er 1 i BEER Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure.! AT BREWING . - Falls City Beer aw 1 Neork one-tfai- rd J OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO.