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Louisville, ENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 10. tho men amply repays any trouble that is undergone in this direction. Tho spiritual end of the work stands out very prominently, as on last Sunday there were thirty-tw- o masses celebrated at the camp in the Knights of Columbus buildings, 5f. M. C. A. tent and the hospital. During the week Secretary P. J. Heffernan was called home on account of the death of his fathor in New York City, and he has written that ho will not bo able to come back to work here. Secretary Heffernan had charge of the hospital work of the Knights of Columbus and was one of tho most valuable men on the staff. His absence will be keenly felt here, and ho has the sympathy of all who have met him In the hour of his bereavement. A great many Sisters visit the camp during the week and show by IGE CREAM 430 S. Eighth St. Wholesale and Retail Home Phono City 7075. HARMON'S VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. PRICE FIVE CENTS. CAMP NEWS Military Wedding at Auditorium Surprise For Hundreds of Soldiers. Chaplains are Enthuscastlc Oyer the K. of O. Work Here. fctf the compliments of the nuns of some community around Louisville. SHELBYVITLE FLAG RAISING. Many new soldiers arrived during The Sisters of St. Mary and The Church of the Annunciation the past week and Camp Zachary Elizabeth Hospital and the Sacred Taylor Is very much overcrowded. Heart Home sent enough altar linen at Shelbyvllle will hold a service There are about 25,000 men now tor two buildings and tho hospital flag raising tomorrow 'afternoon at which tie in tets. as the barracksc are need during the past week, ac 3 o'clock and Rev. John H. Riley, ed lor the drafted men who came in General Secretary gratefully was knowledges. Jacob Schulz Company the pastor, has arranged an approduring the past lew days. It programme for rather hard on the new recruits and O. B. Thompson donate flowers priate and patriotic flag will occasion. The consist who arrived Friday night, as It was every week for the decoration of the twenty-tw- o stars, ten being in Comof raining hard when they left their the altars. Tho PIke-HIcktrain, and K. C. Building Wo. 3 was pany has also been very generous, the service In this country and not large enough to accommodate as have several other, firms during twelve in overseas service. The them all. Father McAvoy, who has the past. The organ donated by Boy Scout division of Shelbyvllle of Mrs. Florence Veeneman is used will take part and a musical concert as a Knight been stationed Columbus chaplain, at building No. every Sunday at tho auditorium. will be given by a military band 'William, of St. from Camp Zachary Taylor. Rev. 2 for the past few weeks, left lor Dear old Father his home In Milwaukee on Sunday, Mary Magdalen's parish, with his Father Riley and his parishioners and Father Gallagher, who was at usual generosity, has donated a can well be congratulated" over the proud the auditorium, has been transferred beautiful gold embroidered cope, gation. showing of their little congreFollowing is the programme to Camp Meade. This leaves Camp benediction veil and a set of altar Taylor without a K. C. chaplain, mass vestments. These vestments that will be rendered: Imported silk with a very "America" Boy Scout band and but the spiritual work is well hand- aro of gold children. decoration on them, and soventy-flv- e led by Lieut. Barrett and the priests heavy Reading honor roll at the chaplains' school, who num- they testify to tho bigness of heart tory remarks Father and introducRiley. ber 103. Tho chaplains are very of tho rector of St. Mary MagNational flag and war service banenthusiastic about the Knights of dalen's. On last Friday night a very high ner Unfurled by D. Kaltenbacher. Columbus work at the camp, and of Music "Columbia, the Gem give all of their spare time attend- class muslcalo was given by Mr. and Mrs. Buchart at the auditorium the Ocean." ing to the wants of the soldiers. Address John E. Brown, Council One of the prettiest affairs held on the Poplar Level road. These Defense. at Camp Zachary Taylor since its Bingers aro both high class artists tot Music "Keep the Home Fires opening was the military wedding of and their programme was of classic Burning." and Miss music entirely. This is their first' Lieut. John E. HInes Address Hon. Leon iiothcmid, Blanche C. dlidlen, .both of El Paso, visit to the K. C. buildings and they-Texas, who were married Wednes- will be welcome again at any time. Mayor of Shelbyvllle. Music "Liberty Bell." General Secretary Cllnes, who has day night after the usual weekly Address Major A. A. Pruden, vaudeyllle show. The ceremony was been in charge of the K. C. work, of tho chaplains' trainperformed by Chaplain Barrett 6n Is taking a ten days' vacation. He commander Camp Zachary Taylor. the stage of the auditorium and will visit the Great Lakes training ing school, "Over There." Music furnished a surprise for the 900 camp and other K. C. activities Address Judge O. Kaltenbacher. men who packed the building. The during his time off. Secretary McKentucky "My Old Music ,brldal party i expected ,a, quiet .wed-- Donnell at. the auditorium will-- be in nwK4 H " AddressRev. Ignatius Fealey, 'Barrett onened tKe'altar,,nd'drew Secretary"Clines''absence: instructor cnapiains' training scnooi, back the heavy drapery so that all Camp Zachary Taylor. RECORDS OF SERVICE. present could be witnesses of the Music Medley or national airs. The attendants were Miss affair. Address Hon. M. O'Sulllvan. Mrs. Jessie Bannon and Major Reed, and cago, Mary F. McWhorter, of Chi Grand chorus "The Star Span National President of tho Lathe wedding march Was played by No sooner had dles' Auxiliary to the Ancient Order gled Banner." Miss Mary Cllnes. a ihe audience realized that this was of Hibernians, has Inaugurated STATE FAIR MUSIC. not a stage wedding than an Instant unique "questlonalre," which is to hush, came over the entire assembly be lined out by every Division In tho United States, Tho sixteenth annual Kentucky and the solemnity of the ceremony President was deply felt. Not a sound was whereby the order may compllo State Fair, to be hold in Louisville will heard in the vast auditorium until valuable Information and render tho week of September service to the Government in boast In Thavlu's Band of forty Chaplain Barrett congratulated the groom, when the audi- the great international crisis. Tho musicians, one of the greatest mu bride and ence immediately broke into a loud answers will deal with the number sical organizations ever appearing and long cheer for the newly mar- of relatives of the members of the at a Stato Fair. The Thavlu orried couple. J. Forrest Thompson, order serving In each arm of the ganization ,is made up of forty Louisville's well known entertainer, service, the number of graduate splendidly trained musicians, who came on the stage and the soldiers nurses and those who are willing to are arrayed in military regalia, and sang the artillery caisson song as train for service, and every phase accompanying It is a coterie of solo the bridal party left the altar. Tho of war work in tho various sections of International Tepute, tocandles were extinguished, the drap- is covered, and the amount of Lib- artists with a galaxy of ballet dancgether eries were drawn back into place erty bonds and War Savings stamps ers, who are said to bo terpslchor-ea- n Is re and the vaudeville show continued. that have been purchasedquestion-alrewonders and fully up to the s The impression made upon the sol- quired. When all of tho have been returned to tho coryphee support of Pavlowa, Genee by the wedding ceremony was diers Denis. Thaviu's Band heartfelt in. many instances, as sev- National President they will be or Ruth St. the sixteen great or was one of turned over to Miss Ada K. Gannon, ganizations which played at the eral of them remarked after the of Davenport, Iowa, the National Panama-Pacifi- c we'ddlng. Exposition, ana it Tho vaudeville show given before Chairman of Irish history, to whom was tho only one commissioned to been assigned tho pleasing task and after the wedding was probably has engagement. As a the best that has ben seen at the of writing tho history or the play a return God and traveling organization it has visited camp for a long time. All of the war servlco rendered for the all the principal cities of tho United K. C. stars were on the bill, whjch country by the members of has invariably received Included Miss Ella Reed, Poutch Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H in the Btates and for a return engagement. elstors, Ethel Landevlo, Miss Lillian republic of the United States of a contract Trudean, J. Forrest Thompson, Tom America and In the Dominion of VISITING THEIR PARENTS. Kennedy and Miss Mary Cllnes. In Canada during the great war that addition to these entertainers tho will go down in history as the one James and Edward Whalen, sons soldier performers were J. L. Ander- that "made tho world safo for Whalen, of Mr. and Mrs. David expert; Sergt. democracy." son, roller skate West "Broadway, who are serving Hyde, a card wizard of wonderful their country in the Marino Corps AWARDS OF PRIZES. talent; Corp. JImmlo Eggort and and now stationed at Paris Island, were reBergt. Al Raucht, who Prizes offered at tho Liberty bond have been spending a short furlough ceived with great enthusiasm. and relatives On this same night at building and linen booths at the Good Shep- with their friends only, recently re James has No. 5 the juvenile entertainers from herd picnic were awarded Tuesday here. Holy Cross church, under tho di- night at tho meeting of the Execu- turned from Santo Domingo, and with our to bo rection of Mrs. Leslie Thurman, tive Committee, the articles being both expectFrance. soon and Mrs. Mr. gave a programme of eleven num- distributed among the following per forces In Whalen have four sons with the bers, which was enjoyed by a sons: Liberty bond booth, Mrs. M. J. colors, and the numbor may soon be packed house. 'These little enterto tainers were all very talented and Parian, Chairman Dr. William B. Increasedwith Ave. Both boys are military Hfo and say pleased the soldiers applauded them many Doherty, 1358 South First street. Linen booth, Mrs. J. B. Arbegust, tho Marines are the class of tho They will be back again times. at some other of the buildings in Chairman Linen set, Miss Rose Do- - American forces. the near future, and the K. C. sec- Ian, 2521 West Oak; hemstitched QUIETLY WEDDED. Miss Anna Karcha, retarial staff is hoping they will pillowcases, Join tho circuit and help entertain Oeuchel; blue luncheon set, Miss The marriage of Miss Suzanne tho men during tho coming winter. Elsie Suhr, 2333 Cedar; knittingg Abell, At building No. 2 the colored bag, Pat Prill, 934 Plrtle; Batten-bur- O'Neill and Joseph Percy States United luncheon set, Mrs. Anna First Lieutenant troops were entertained Thursday tho 814th night with a minstrel show, the Schid, 2309 West Market; crochet Army, stationed withCamp Zachary 1020 Pioneer Infantry at men of the 801st Pioneer Infantry tea sot, William Higgins, furnishing tho talent. Building No. South Sixth; nightgown (crochet Taylor, was solemnized quietly Mon at St. Francis or 2 for tho colored troops is about as yoke), Mfss May Louise Fleck, 710 day afternoon busy as any building at Camp Tay- East Chestnut; embroidered night- Rome church, Father White perMessrs. the ceremony. lor, and tho men certainly seem to gown, Miss Mary Lynn, 2323 Dun- forming appreciate what the Knights of can; embroidered crochet center- Marlon Abell, of Lebanon, brother ColumbuB are trying to do for their piece, Mrs. Ida B. Zook, 834 Dear- of the groom, and Paul O'Neill, -- comfort and entertainment. The born; embroidered centerpiece, Miss brother of the bride, were" tho only Abell three colored Secretaries aro hard Eva Becker, 2831 West Market; attendants. Lieut. stay In and Mrs. Chicago, workers and aro very much inter- embroidered shirt waist, Miss Marge Abell, after a short Friday night Ruppert; embroidered child's dress will return to their apartment at ested in their work. at this building a ".buck and wing" and slip, Miss Clara Michael, 810 Second and Breckinridge. dancing contest was held and sev- West Market. Children's booth, Miss Mayme OFFERING OF JESUITS. eral boxing bouts Indulged In. Chairman Sunshine Over at building No. 3 tho new Schuhmann, " Rev. Joseph H. Rockwell, S. J., Alberta men crowded into witness the musi- and shadow quilt. Miss by little Martha Hubbuch, 2324 West Jefferson; the new Provincial of the New cal show given province of the Jesuits, gpannlnger, Sergt. Cook, Eileen silk quilt, Ray Barrett, 736 East Cllnes and several others on Friday Main; white crib quilt, J, C. Hood, has tendered to President Wilson the use of all the Jesuit institutions nieht. In all there were about 1022 South Sixth. In the province that may be needed sixty-fiv- e entertainers who worked at the Knights of Columbus activity INDIANA KNIGHTS' INITIATION. for Government .purposes and also the services of 1,000 Jesuit fathers centers during the'past week. Moat The Jeffersonvllle Council of the as teachers. President Wilson, Secof tham will be back during the coming week but at different build- Knights of Columbus will hold an retary of War Baker and Secretary ing. Too much pralae can not be initiation at the Knights of jColum-bu- s of the Navy Daniels have acknowlHall here tomorrow afternoon, edged the offer In letters, saying the given to these people who come out to entertain the so!4Iers, at it If a and in addition to its own class will offer, la one of the most generous great undertaking for the Knight take in some members for several made" to the Government since the ey lor tho comfort of the soldiers. that 13 necessary is for one of to mention that tho Secretaries something Is needed at one of tho FATHER WILLIAM'S GENEROSITY buildings for the altar and within the next day or so it arrives with on All folk. Organ Donated by Mr . Florence At the request Usod Eery Veeneman Is their interest that their hearts are Isadore, Provincial with the work that is being carried Brothers, Rev. M. Sunday. Brother Ignatius, of the Xaverian Order of Brothers, has been seelcted as President of St. Joseph's College at JBardstown, succeeding Brother Fidelis, who has been transferred to Baltimore. The now President is a Kentucklan, born at New Haven, and is a gentleman of pleasing personality, scholarly attainments, and has won quite a reputation as an orator. Under his guid ance St. Joseph's College should take its old rank as being ono of the greatest Institutions of learning in this part of the country. For two years Brother Ignatius was President of Old Point Comfort College and for twelve years was President of St. Mary's Academy at Nor- of 'Rev. Brother of the Xaverian R. Donohue", the chaplain of St. Joseph's College, has acepted the position of chaplain In the Juniorate of the order. Father Donohue left Bardstown this week to take up his new duties at Old Point Comfort College, Fort Monroe. 1M'L. roll call and promised they would ket. He has a legion of friends and get more money when the rest of acquaintances who will bo pleased the "gol derned" Democrats were to learn of his good luck. Mr. Hill gotten rid of. succeeds Thomas Neafus, who was Chief Petty has been trying to recently drafted into the United substitute a "flivver" patrol for tho States army. mounted men and Sunday night the For United States Senator Proves Henry Ford got away from two of FIRST HIGH MASS. Are Studied Attempts to Villify the Keystoners at Twenty-thir- d and InipcrvlousFAgaiHst Head of tho Catholic Magazine, and after a wild dash out Last Sunday morning In tho Twenty-thir- d Attack's. street ran up on tho Cathedral of tho Immaculate ConChurch. pavement and into a yard, smash- ception at Syracuse two young men, ing everything in sight and greatly one of" them a native of St. Paul's damaging tho "fllwer." The two j parish, this city, were raised to the Near Mayor Smith Appears in Keystoners were badly shaken up, pjiuauLuuu 'wucji lilt? vviy jvcv. Germans Suggestion to Span-lard- s but nothing was given to the papers, Leo Greullch, Minister Provincial of the Hole ofdKeystonc Said to Bo Sanctioned contrary to tho statement that the the Minor Order of Conventuals, Chief made early this year that the presented the Rev. Andrew Maas Dotccmvc. by Pope. puoiic wouia always bo In on the and the Rev. Paschal Murray to the news. We hope the Chief won't Right Rev. John Grimes, Bishop of do hard on the burlesquo police- Syracuse, for ordination. Father Chief Petty Incoi latently Leads men, as he must realize it is a little Murray was born, baptized and Incident in tho Widespread more difficult to steer a Ford than made his first holy communion and Detachment Mounted Pro'pogonda a street car, as tho car will stay spent his boyhood days in St. Paul's on the track, and harder than fol- parish. Six years ago he entered Poll Given. lowing the furrow behind a plow. St. Francis College and completed The other day people wore mystified his studies at Rensselaer Seminary. to see a man on Fourth street with Tomorrow morning he will sing his a twenty-forope monkeying first high mass In St. Paul's, his KEYSTONERS CAD? RUN FORD around automobiles, and the report home church, and will be assisted WOULD DECEIVE AMERICAN PRESS got out that a crazy man was at by the Franciscan fathers from St. large. The spectators say he would Anthony's and St. Peter's churches. first lasso a flro hdrant and then Father Murray Is well remembered The Kentucky Irl American last gravely step off several paces, pay- and will bo doubtless greeted by a The America of New York in a O. Stanley ing no attention to tho gaping and large congregation, who will receive recent issue contains an article by week said that G his blessing. was the logical a: opular choice wondering crowd. Finally a I. E. Walsh entitled "More Mid policeman came along and asentucky and of the Democrats summer Popo Baiting." Tho author JUBILEE OF BROTHER. demon- - sisted in playing the game wUh him, events of the the fweek contends that the agitation carried Dt tnat tins It leaking out then that the bug in strated beyond a of St. on against the Holy Father Is not Rev., Brother Camillus, Dally front citizen's clothes was a Keystone de statement was tn page editorials, n rumors, hotel tective looking for violators of the Xavler's College, last Sunady had a only continuous, but is conducted In every manner law pertaining to the location of happy silver jubilee celebration of a caTeful manner, innuendo and lobby wirepulling of gas attack we to dislodge an auto near a fire hydrant, and his entrance Into that great teaching veiled insinuations usually taking cracy's selec- - his ,big cable rope was an aid In order, and also was the recipient of the place of open attacks. Since Gov. Stanley as many congratulations. Born In Ken- this articlo appeared additional ev'was that ho his brilliant exploits. tlon, but the re tucky, Brother Camillus entered the idence of tho author's contention stronger than came through it KNIGHTS ARE PROUD. Xaverian Brotherhood at the age of has been offered in an article sent ever and will le; the party to twenty, and made his novitiate and by an unnamed "correspondent in victory in Novem Percy Haly The Knights of Columbus are scholastlcate at Mt. St. Joseph's Spain" via Havana to tho New York mythical worked overtime fchis army of 250,000? mocrats ana proud of Fathers John do Valles College, Baltimore, tho mother Herald Company, and copyrighted Both have house of the American province. by that organization. Papers reeven tried to rev; jthe old liquor and Ozlas Bouchers. gag as an Issue, all to no pur-- ij been awarded tho Croix de Guerre After completing his scholastic he ceiving the Bervlco of that agency pose, ana the c that Gov. by France and commissions in the was sent to England, where ho have copied tho article, and ono of Stanley was a cancnaate in American army. Both were Knights taught In various Xaverian schools them, the Globe Democrat of St. Louis, has printed 1915 only served; icau auenuon of Columbus chaplains, which means for nearly fifteen years. Returning headlines: "iCrafty it under theso Huns Beguile to the attempted rayal of the that they were sent over and main- to this country he taught at Portsmouth and Wheeling, and for tho Spanish Catholics In Effort to Ded. fake prohi- - tained in France by tho organizaForward Leagueri S." "Insidious Propaganda bitlonlsts who to ;part In the tion, like hundreds of others, sent past five years has been stationed cry U. Done Among Work Democratic prim ut Douea xno to reninforce the chaplains commis- at St. John's school, this city. The Now Awakening to Dons, Who Aro Insincerity of which enhanced tho nominee. e possible ap- - sioned by tho War Department, ceremonies None Tho keynote of tho polntees for the M Senatorlal those maintenance is provided for jubilee celebration began on Sunday Germans."struck In the Introductory cerm are as sir as Louisville's by the Government. Both of the morning with a high mass. Rev. article Is chaplain of St. sentences, lest the knowing Teader choice for the ho and as a clean priests who have been honored Father Victor, cut Democrat, a atmnalcner of proved themselves physically d well Xavler's, was the celebrant of tho might miss it, one of the first paraThe army chaplains, Rev. graphs reading thus: Accoi "ng mass. ability and asset ithe party it is as spiritually militant. "As the most Important of the hoped that Gov, y will see his to tho report received at Knights if Father McQuire, of Canton, Mass., way clear to ag A. Scott Columbus headquarters the twi and Father Byrnes, of Altoona, who Catholic countries not yet aligned Bullitt for the" Intment. A priests found themselves facing a attending tho chaplains' training with either of tho world belligeron, a former emergencies where active fighting school at Camp Taylor, were pres- ents, It (Spain) has become graduate of RVIlson's, and helped out the American cause and ent. After the religious celebration a focal point (for the concentration Btudent of Presi one wide awake issues of to- - that they "went to it" with a vim. a bam, iet was served at the college of those insidious peace offensives craftily inaugurated in Germany, day, Kentucky Father de Valles was comforting at noonv vean able ancTrescuing with the obtenslble sanction of the representative" JnJ wounded under fire. Vatican, looking to an ending of tMEKTlVGQFGltADUATES.j.. Gov. Stanley hostilities gbbyaiagreemeatukeiiAeeBi- In defeating DJ mmm GOV. STANLEY TIRESOME Anti-Cathol- ic ot Key-Bto- ne 1 .... t untold 9-- York-Maryla- nd oauniMtt. ma tarn anvreciauou ft nation entered the war. unfriendly to the doctor, and Mayor (no, that title of Mayor is not a slip, Searcy being the real Mayor) is not going to set in his whole stack on Bruner, with the Federal authorities in addition watching for any political tricks. Speaking of the Mayor, the dally papers told how our near Mayor Smith was out at the Confederate monument Sunday looking for vio lators of the Fuel Commissioner's request, and he proudly reports that ho spied twenty-fiv- e or thirty culThe prits. Can you beat that? Mayor of a great big town like Loulsvillo out playing tho part of a Podunk constable. This is in line with his stunt at the opening of the baseball season, when he did the clown juggllng act at Eclipse Park, much to the edification of the Keystone ipolice who can see through slapstick performances. This prompts the suggestion, why not let the people of Louisville raise a fund to pay Smith's salary for the balance of tho term, allowing us to get a real Mayor, and then make him one or the Keystone ponce, where ho can perform to his heart's delight. Bolshevik! administration The gives out much guff about how well the Board or works is handling the garbage question and how they secured negro maids for horse maids, but never a line about how much Davy's board paid for the house boat, or what they are going to do with it now that they have it, etc. Has anyone heard of anyono using the houseboat or of anyone that wants to use it? We havo heard of crying demands for tho iBoard of Works to clean the streets and al leys and gather tho garbage, but wo Btill have to hear from anybody that wanted a houseboat. Come on, Messrs. Rose, Bruinleve and Miller, tell us a little of tho houseboat mystery. Who sold It to us and what will it cost to keep it and will one of the board's $4,950 trucks havo to carry coal to It dur ing the coming hard winter? Well, Chief or Police Potty Is mighty Inconsistent or he took the tip that the mounted police was a good advertisement for tho city. Not long ago the Chief loudly proclaimed that he was going to do away with the (mounted police, that they were out of date, no good, etc., seeing possibly that his Keystone police as mounted men were a huge joke. Presto! who rides at the head of the mounted men in the labor parade Monday? None other than tho Chief in full uniform, but the aggregation of straggling and conductors coming behind him weren't no boost for a mounted force, ac the Keystone boys only made everybody snicker at their attempt to sit straight on their horses and keep in line. It's too (ate, Chief, the real police have been allowed to go, and with tho exception of a few there is no material to make either mounted or foot patrolmen out of the Keystone performers, whose past experience consisted of clanging a bell, jerkinga iupe ana caning ou(. me wrong street. Speaking of the few real policemen left, they say one of the Lieutenants 4n the West End, a former motorraaa. addressed his fel low Keyrtonm 8M night at Searcy nrHvK a normal Democratic majority, and Bruner will only tecelve support here In his home town, as rumor credits Searcy with being half-hearted grenades, which drove them off and permitted the of the removal neighborhood. in his wounded Father Boucher's ministerial duties also took him to the firing line, and when he sa wa machine gun crew hard pressed Informally made himself a member of it, and when tho gunner was shot manfully took his place and kept pumping bullets In the faces of the oncoming foe. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. tIwIMttJdejamirush; imiMuitiMt w1rJfireMF9tSSSHi; The curriculum of this school Is broadened by courses of lectures given by specialists. These lectures are open to all students of the academy. Special advantages are music instrumental, In offered voice, harmony and interpretation with graded course leading to teachers' certificates and diplomas. Appreciating the value of elocution for the training of our girls to an eloquent and dignified womanhood, every care is taken to havo the class of expreslon up to the highest standard. Painting In oil, water color and china is one of the spe cialties of the school. The com mercial course of the Sacred Heart Academy is included in the third year academic. and fourth Tho teachers of the academic and commercial courses havo made this arrangement as an effort to bring to e our business women the culture of the academic course, Classes will be resumed September 9, but boarders may now enter any time. to-b- Xavler's, College ' for this evening and tomorrow at 7 o'clock to discuss the now army regulations in regard to students. Up to this time only college graduates havo had the preference of becoming officers, but now this privilege Is extended to all high school graduates over eighteen years of age. Graduates of all rec ognized high schools are admitted Into this Students' Army Training Corps. The meeting 13 to enable to make St. Xavler's graduates proper selection of schools and young men should realize the splendid offer made by the Government. They will receive board, tuition and education free, besides regular army uniform and the pay of a private $30 per month. High school gradu ates who do not avail themselves of this opportunity will be required to enlist as privates in tho army. It is well for them to register In some recognized college before September 12. NIGHT OF PAST GRAND KNIGHT. iilglialnfWilfiifMStf MemliabefjweJKwSiylSBiilll J. William Klapheke, Past Grand Knight of the local Knights of Columbus, will deliver a talk on the Great Liberty convention of tho Knights of Columbus to the members next Wednesday evening and an Interesting talk Is assured, as Mr. Klapheke Is a straight-from- orator. er ENROLLMENT fifty-seco- nd INCREASED. HURT BY AUTO. Miss Kate HIckey was struck by an automobile driven by Dave Warren on Tuesday evening at Hancock and Market streets, sustaining a sprain of her left shoulder and nu-- J merous painful bruises of tho body. Tho front wheels of .the machlno HIckey's left passed over Mls3 shoulder. She was given medical attention and then removed to her home at 1246 South Floyd street, where she is resting easy. JOHN VERNIA DEAD. began its scholastic term Tuesday with an unexpected Increase over last year and the largest enrollment In its history. Becauso of the war and the new draft regulations the faculty looked for some decrease, but the enrollment of 178 new stu dents was a most agreeable surprise to Brother Benjamin, now President of St. Xavler's. A most successful year is now assured. St. Xavler's College nULSKAMP JIALIOIUS. p. A wedding of Interest the coming week will be that of Albert B. Huls-kam- - John Vernia, an old and respected resident of New Albany, died Tues day afternoon at St. Joseph's Infirmary. His death was due to kidney trouble, from which he had suffered for a number of years. Mr. Vernia had served two terms In tho Besides New Albany City Council. CATHOLIC FEDERATION. his wife he leaves one son, Charles Vernia, and a daughter, Mrs. JoFpley. seph On Thursday evening, September His funeral was held Friday morning from Holy Trinity 12, will be held tho next meeting church, of which he was a pioneer of tho Catholic Federation of Louiscounty. The member" and regular communicant. ville and Jefferson meeting will be held as usual in building, Fifth VISIT LADIES' AUXILIARY. the and Jefferson, and President E. J. of Indian- Cooney hopes for an even better Mrs. Mary Arthur, apolis; and Miss Lula Murphy, State representation than shown through President of tho Ladies' Auxiliary, the summer. A O. H will be present hero at the meeting of the local branch next NARROW ESCAPE. Wednesday evening In connection with the organization of a national J. P. Dant, Jr., was severely benefit feature. burned about tho forehead and hand Tuesday morning and narrowly esGOOD FOR IHLL. caped serious Injury. He was working on his automobile in the rear Richard Hill, for many years of his father's store at Ninth and with the Illinois Central railroad at Broadway when a spark Ignited the Seventh and the river, was this gasoline The machine was dam week placed in the union ticket of aged about $100. While the burns fice of the United States Railroad were painful it is not thought they administration at Fourth and Mar- - will leave any mark. Inter-Southern tho popular Limerick drug gist, and Miss Mildred Marie Malk- mus, which will be soiemnizea at u o'clock Wednesday evening at St. Louis Bertrand's church. Tho drug store will closo at 4 o'clock on that day, and a cordial Invitation is extended the friends of the worthy couple to attend their wedding. tria !canbecrushed Tnto" humility1 rhnlr fnpq " No proof Is advanced that the Vatican has "ostensibly sanctioned" Buch peace propaganda, and tho fact that tho correspondent is not named does not permit the reader to place tho responsibility for tho statement with any one. The statement is a bold assertion, pure and simple, and at that one designed to cast aspersions on the Pope, who is represented as favoring the hated Central Powers, if only to the extent of endeavoring to secure for them an acceptable peace, thus preventing their being "crushed into humility by their foes." Thoro can bo no doubt that this article, as well as the instances referred to by America's contributor, propaganda Is a product of that which has been conducted for years for the purpose of discrediting the Papacy with tho nations of tho earth. It Is a known fact that agents of secret societies in the Latin countries of Europe strain every effort to combat tho church and stop at no means which appear suitable to further their ends. And those who know the tactics pursued by these enemies of the church will readily realize that the contribution of this entire article to an American agency Is but another attempt to launch a poisoned arrow, through the press, into tho minds of Americans, to convey to them tho impression that the Popo is hostile to the war aims of our country. Tho author certainly should have advanced proof of his contention that Pope Benedict has "sanctioned" the peace propaganda of the Germans. But he merely tells us that the "Catholic Press Association" of Germany has thanked tho Spanish Catholic press "for tho united action in favor of tho of harmony between the Christian nations, based on the principles fixed by the Pope." Who can say that tho Popo is unfair to any nation by advocating such a policy? Are not our boys fighting for this Bame aim, for tho establishment nr a world peaco- on a just basis? Where then lies tho offense of tho Pope? Tho launching of tho campaign of vilification against the Holy Father In American papers need not astound us. European papers hare been channels for tho distribution of theso slanderous aspersions for years. It bohooves ua to be on our guard and to watch lest some in our own ranks bo led astray by skillfully veiled Insinua - tions. c. B. of O. V. SERVICE FLAG RAISING. ??! afternoon at will bo n. nntrlnMn celebration and immense gathering b cnurcn, jacicson street, ui 01, of which iRov. Eugeno Donohue is the Uastnr. Tho fnnurn mrlll , lu blessing and raising of a beautiful uorvice nag wun ninety-fivstars, representing the boys of the congregation who havn irnnn tn .n for their country. The children of me parish, with tho mothers, sisters and fathers of the boys under the colors, will march around the church grounds singing patriotic songs. Rev. James F. Cummins, of Cleveland, Ohio, one of the priests from the chaplains training school, will make the principal address, and prayers for the boys and benodietlon wiu ciose the services. Tomorrow O'clock there e, ' Wm fflBWXMJOK'Sr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKSffll. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Devoted to the Social and Monl Advancement ol Irish Americans nd Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incotportd. Entered at the Louisville Poitofflce at StcondClase Matter. Address H IRISH -- AJMGHJBCIOLKT. COJHNG EVENTS. Catholic Knights' reunion and card and lotto party, St. Martin's Hall. Ootober 23 f nt)ag RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. .riSK FOR GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACHINE DRD2D SOGIETY. vacation. j SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLARPER YEAR, S1NQLEC0PY 5c Communications to ths KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wsst Green St, Ben J. Sand, State Employment Inspector, Is enjoying a two weeks MACARONI ALL GROCERS. Mr. and (Mrs. Ferd Flanagan are now occupying their cosy new home a Kenilworth. Miss Florence Pike- has returned from a visit to Miss Lucy Spalding 7, 1918 at Unlontown. - SPAGHETTI NOODLES and 10c Packages Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. Cc Homo Phone City 7638 LOUISVILLE, KY GElttLYNY AND VATICAN. .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER For "That Boy" $2.50 Some new styles that are made just like dad's BUNGEU'S CHILE Highland 1033 JOS. V. CAFETERIA 458 South Fifth Street FOR GEO. LADD3S AND GENTLEMEN Kaiser, and then adds: The Pope has had one salient chance to show on which side his sympathy lay. That was when Jerusalem was captured iby the British. At the very moment when, church by his special order, the bells were ringing with Joy that Jerusalem had passed into Christian hands the Pope was being maligned and scorned for wishing to .prevent tho Holy City from remaining in Christian hands. It has been proved exist that the Catholic church can more better, with more health and vigor, in a free atmosphere than In an atmosphere of despotism. In despotic Byzantium it disappeared: in despotic Russia It was driven out: In the England of the Tudors It was beaten to earth; In France of Louis XIV. It was bound hand and foot. These are all incontrovertible reasons why the Pope should not desire to give over the world to an autocrat who does not even profess tho Catholic religion, but on the other hand professes to bo tho religious follower of the deadliest enemy tho Catholic church has ever Wo have forgotten our rehad. ligious disputes in the crisis of this war, and for his many thanks. We. are all trying to act togetner ior the safety of this country and for a decisive and glorious victory for our And are they then tho cause. friends of his country or Its cause who misrepresent the Catholic and try to throw tho apple of on Owing to the reluctance of the Pope, as the spiritual father of multitudes In all the warring landB, to declare himself specially on one side or the other In the war, currency has been given the report that hla sentiments are Impartial and even that his favor inclined toward This impression Is the Germans. In a vigorous article In corrected as conwhich he is put down pro-Allfrom the pen of sistently Msgr. Cyril Slgourncy N. Fay, now In Washington, and recently returned from Rome. Msgr. Fay shows that autocracy has always been tho enemy of the church and so continues In the person of the y, aging news. The territory won back thus far is not as great as tho Germans gained in their three great offensives earlier in the year. But the retreat still continues and there is little likelihood of it stopping short or tho old Hlndenburg line. The German offensive has "been turned Into a disastrous defensive. PRAISES CATHOLIC EDITORS. Championing the cause of the apostolate of tho press, Right Rev. Christopher E. Byrne, Bishop-eleof Galveston, In a notable sermon in Chicago said: Our Catholic papers are an absolute necessity for us all. The Catholic today who Is Indifferent to the Catholic press, or who holds himself superior to It and its usefulness, walks in dangerous ways and ha3 no full appreciation of the great blessing of faith which Al mighty God has toestowea . upo him. Tho Catholic press must encouraged, strengtnened ana supported. . . . And so the Catholic editor has a great work: he can wield a great influence. With hlm1 must stand the people, sustaining mm m his work in their defense, their salvation. ct have Teturned from visit In 8t. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dolan, of a SPANINGER GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS 370 Baxter Avcnuo Mrs. R. Laffey and daughter Margaret, of Portland, have returned from a visit to Columbus, Ohio. Miss Kathcrlno Flynn has been spending a week with her cousins, at West the Misses McCormac, Point. Misses Clara and Ethel Ange-melleft this week for Bardstown V er round toe or English shape. They are made of plump grades of calfskin with oak tanned soles, which can be rolled upon for the very best service. Siscs 9 to 13 i2. Children's department. MA- BREITENSTEm CHINE CO. 3 East Main Street Automobile Repairing, Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended Home Phono City 1533. To. 781-78- F. henry sonun 1403 Seventh Street Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, Butter a Specialty. City Homo Phono 2147; Cumb. South 1558-Choice Y. to resume Academy. oir studies at Nazareth &&& 4lr-4l J. SI. BUOKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Ky. FOURTH AVENUE 000 West Main Street Loulsvlllo, Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 OnARLES BALLMAD3R 230 East Market Street Between Brook and Floyd PLUMBING. SEWERAGE, GAS Mrs. Virginia Murphy, who has John been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Froy, has returned to her homo in Covlngton.v Misses Rebecca and Lucille Brod-erlc- k are home from Taylorsvllle, where they visited their aunt, Mrs. ' 4&fyfyQQQQQfyQQQQQfyQrQty$QQ&QQQQiQQ& H. Job Work A Specialty FITTING AND W. Virginia Greer. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ryan have re ceived word of the safe arrival over there" of their son, Corp. Mark A. Ryan. LISTEN It will be many a day before you will have, the opportunity again to get the CONTRACTING ENGINEER 4team and Hot Water Heating and SOME NEWMAN Home Phone 2550 Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. Sanitary Plumbing OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE. KY. 1 DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. Both Phones 2406 Both Phones POULTRY Frances Corrlgan has returned from Buffalo, where she Bpent the summer with her aunt, Mrs. R. J. Wollmuth. Miss Mrs. Richard Whelan Mr. and have been enjoying a pleasant visit at Bardstown, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Plus Whelan. LABOR'S OPPORTUNITY. The war has given recognition and prominence to union labor and the worklngmen should make the most of this opportunity by putting forth their best men as leaders and discarding the agitators who are at the front for pollltcal and personal profit. GOOD REUTLINGER & 0 0. Adolph Rontllngor and Pet Diseases FIRE INSURANOH SALLER'S PET SHOP TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS SUPPLIES Free Advice on Poultry 210 WEST MARKET STREET Quick Delivery 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET ENGRAVERS AND CONFECTIONARY FOOD AND tf Kenneth O'Brien has returned to after a ten days' visit with his cousin, Emmet Ryan, Western Parkway. his home in Chicago Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien, Mrs. J. C. Michael and John A. O'Brien have returned from a six weeks' trip to New York and Atlantic City. r Do-he-;- Thus far the Ancient Order has 1 'Mrs. James Mr. contributed $8,500 for mass outfits Miss Jane Doherty and B. Doherty, Frank for our army chaplains. of Jeffersonvillo, are home sier a pleasant motor trip to Ox-.Or- i -- - QUALITY BAKERY SOHLICn ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS SUITS ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 Phone City 5692 835 W. Main St, Louisville, Ky. Home Phono City 5674 H. Platoff, d, RECENT DEATHS. Ohio. rtracma"aTOong-itnoBo-n?- fte airatjta- - Funeral services were held oer the remains of James E. Geffrey on Sunday afternoon at St. ,Louls Bertrand's church. He waj forty-on- e years old and reside,! at 627 Floral Terrace. A wld? circle of relatives and friends mourn his ( ripflth. r , Col. and Mrs. James P. Whallen, who have been spending the summer at Atlantic City, write that they are well and enjoying the ocean breezes and famous boardwalk. Mrs. John'SwIft( and. daughter, WHS3K3THe:4'KTJ offered by this store just now. They are the finest of clothing telling under wholesale prides. We invite you to investigate Prest "IOUTHERN STAR" Sec-Trca- I. Bush, s. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'd 7411 East 180 KEJrTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- Incorporated GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Special Attention To Repair Work PLATOFF & BUSH SLICED BACON AM Ready for Year GrMdU Morning" ta tha HAM8, .LARD, SAUSAOH LOUIBVILLK PROVISION CO. (Iaerporata.) Homo Phone City 6085 . ...w.-.f- snttmi'- - -- stand shoulder to shoulder against the common enemy? INVADE INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS. Surviving him are three brothers, GERMANS ON RETREAT. James, Frank and William T. MeeHoly Rosary Academy, conducted han, Superintendent of St Louis by the Dominican Sisters, will onen The bet indication of the magni- cemetery, and four sisters, Miss A. next (Monday for the scholastic tude of the Allies' victory the past M. 'Meehan, of the Nicholas Finaer year. The course embraces primary, few weeks Is the atatement of Gen. school; Mrs. R. N. Hart, Mrs. Cath- preparatory, commercial and acaderine Dear, Miss Sallle be March that the number of prisoners Miss Edna (Meehan, the Meehan and emic, and domestic science willHigh latter of introduced as part of the taken since July 1 has passed the Ocean 'Park, Cl., where James School course. The commercial 111.000 mark. In the same time Meehan also resides. The funeral department is a business St, course, Spanish or h. a 4irn frnm iht, A- - took place Tuesday morning at at- - French, with alessons mclass win be Brigld's church, where the large special and I .j, the iteld-gu- ii mans 1.300 tendanoe 11 the hlgh erf,,,, opened this year for a shorter caliber and Urger. TM is eeor-),- B mixittl the deceased was held. course. two-'year Michael's, to the pastorate of tho Church of Our Lady In Portland, vacant since the death of Rov. Father Conniff. Rev. A. Relnhart, wno nas been ior somo time assisting Rev. John O'Connor at Holy Name church, Third and O, will bo- come pastor of St. Michael's. Both same country and the same cause are earnest woricers ana tho con Saturday evening Miss Katie Sul- gregations can congratulate themour army in one way, ourselves in livan, aged fifty-twanother. Theirs Is the harder part, a lingering illnes3 atsuccumbed to selves on the choice made for them. St. Joseph's but s at least we can do our parr Infirmary. She was the daughter EGAN HEARD FROM. as promptly and loyally and effi- of tho late Thomas and Honorah Sullivan, and la BtirvlvpH hv nnn ciently as they do theirs. Michael Egan. 1534 Lvtle Btreet slBter, Miss Annie Sullivan, of Wean a Louisville hoy in France, in a uaaen, ana vvunam suuivan, a for- letter to his Egan, PRAY FOR THEM. mer Superintendent of the Work- says he has slstor, Miss Ellenpounds gained fifteen Her Don't forget to remember your house.morning funeral was hold Mon- since he went to France. He says day from St. Michael's soldier boys in your daily prayer. church, Rov. Martin O'Connor say- tho excitement has not spoiled his good health, but has helped it. He exposed to" countless dan- ing the requiem mass. They are was formerly employed at tho L. gers of the body and the soul and & N. office .building. He was the Typhoid pneumonia Sunday night first called in his district, the Sevthey need every help that can come proved victor over Charles Meehan. enth, his number being 258, and to them from above In the hour of 1177 (East Broadway, spreading also was climb their direst need. As the days and gloom among his many friends in aboard the the first man to taken automobile to be the weeks and tho months pass by Dotn social ana .business circles. to Camp Zahary Taylor from his years district this hour of need is rapidly ap- Mr. Meehan was thirty-thre- e proaching more and more of them. old and since boyhood had (been with the Helck Hardware Company. nOLY ROSARY OPENING. o, Monday morning with requiem high mass the funeral of Mrs. Agnes Reglna Finnegan was held .from St. Philip Nerl church, of which she had long been a regular communicant. Mrs. Finnegan resided at NEXT LIBERTY LOAN. 1374 South Floyd street, and was held in great respect by her friends Tho campaign for the fourth Lib- and neighbors. She was the widow erty Loan ibegins September 28 and of the late M. J. Finnegan- and was years old. closes October 19. Here tho Ameri- fifty-on- e people have a great inspiration can Death claimed two members for a great effort. The news from St. Charles parish last Sunday of inspires every Mrs. Louis Lebre, of 3100 Dumesnll tho battle front American heart, not only with street, and Frank O. Smith, of pride and patriotism but with a 2207 West Kentucky street. Mrs. great incentivo to do his or her Lebre was a native of France and leaves two daughters, Mrs. J. C. part. There is no shirking, no Cecilia nd Mrs. W. P. Lee. Mr. Sid'- - .yas an Inspector and had shifting of the individual burden, a Their two funo selfishness by American soldier? "- -- 0 acquaintance. neral services and requiem In France; there should fci- ": were held Tuesday morning at mass St. hero. We are both suppf.ag tho Charles church. - The opponents and supporters of e prohibition tho national measure havo come to an agreement Instead of fixing July 1, 1919, January 1, as the day on which the bill shall go into effect. Now that the nation is at war, many restrictions on the freedom of individuals which in time of peace would be In tolerable are necessary and lawful. But fanatical uplifters of various kinds are taking advantage of wartime conditions to make unjustifiable invasions of private and individual rights. Nationwide prohibition as understood and advocated by certain extremists among its promoters is unquestionably an invasion of Individual rights. These fanatical uplifters will leave nothing undone to accomplish their designs, but lit Is to be hoped that our legislators will not be carried away by the enthusiastic efforts of such supporters. war-tim- for Akron, Ohio, where they are Joseph P. McNamara, aged forty-fiv- e, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh well known in the West End, J. Swift. Mr. John Swift will Join died Tuesday morning at the homo them later. of his aunt, Mrs. Mary Flaherty, 2411 Duncan street. His funeral Col. P. J. Hanlon and daughters. took place Thursday morning with Misses Louise and Mary Long Han-Io- n, requiem high mass at St. Cecilia's and Mrs. Emma Mattlngly have church, and was attended hy many closed their summer cottage at friends and acquaintances. Wequetonslng and will be at their home on Third street the first of NORTHWEST Edward J. Becker, beloved son of next week. Mary Becker and the late Henry J. John J. Crotty, of this city; John Becker and hrother of Mrs. John and Mike Textor. 103S South Fifteenth street, Skain, of Lexington, answered Death's call Saturday Michael, of Paducah, were among Dome Phono Sha-wneevening, leaving many who mourn the Kentucklans in New York on his death. His funeral was held business the past week and enjoying Tuesday morning from St. Peter's an abundance of entertainment on tho outside. church. V- A--TJ- JLa & P. FREDERICKS X-Dealer in ,f SCRAP Cunning, Lewis Brotzge 2 214-21- CLOTHING SPECIALISTS CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON SOD Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager 6 Bet Market and Jefferson LOTJISVILL- IRON, METAL, RAGS, OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Paper Stock A Specialty SOUTH FLOYD STREET -. KY. Hanson B. Hatfield and Miss Tuesday morning the last solemn rites over the remains of Cecilia ftngellno C. Gallo were quietly wed rectory on Clephas, tho daughte ded at the Cathedral or Anthony ana Agnes Clephas, 93 Thursday evening of last week, and south Shelby street, wore held at Immediately after the ceremony left St. John's church, Rev. Father on a honeymoon trip. Upon their Schuhmann celebrating the mass. To return they will be at homo at in Confederate the bereaved parents many friends their apartment Place. extend their sympathy. eight-year-old BRUEN'S Park and Restaurant Cnmli. Phone Went 0203 NATIONAL HATTERS PEOPLES PXCVXDEITT ASSOCIAl TOM TOLAKLS. Prop. 325 W. Jefferson St., Loulsvlllo, Ky. wa organized by wellknwn UliniBI to make Suits Pressed While You Watt. LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Homo Phone City 1931 on furniture and other perional erty at You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and LOWEST XATE. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Coleman Bids'., and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, S. E. Cor. Third and JtStrsML Attention and Quality." Both Phonea, 28SS. Home Phone Shawneo 803 united in marriage at Sacred Heart church, Rov. Father Patrick Walsh performing tho ceremony. The groom left immediately for tho of training camp at Camp Gorficers' don, where Mrs. Richardson will join him later. CLERICAL CHANGES. Miss Elsie Kippes and Corporal C. Richardson, who ha3 been stationed at Camp Taylor, were on Wednesday evening of last week R. I 2 (eeeseft XNCOBFORAl'BD FIRST CLASS SERVICE. 455 WEST MARKET STREET. HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, Spouting ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORX Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty St 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY 09. Loans to thoso having regular inHeadquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPHWPZ, See us about anything la tmS on their personal security. estate. We sell, buy and rent F. R. TOOLEY, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street ( al SAM L. ROBERTSON LOUISVITilTO LARGEST IN THE SOUT1I. KENTUCKY HOME PHONE 88 VVVVfcVfcVVVVVVVVV CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- T. y E. YANN DAHIY INCORPORATED 668-51- COMPANY Phone City 2771 Announcement has been made that Bishop O'Donaghue has ap pointed the Rev. Martin O'Connor, for a number of years at St. J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I ; 0. T. THOMAS & CO. ST. 0 SOUTH WENZEL REAL ESTATE 630 WEST JEFFERSON Louisville, Ky. Both Phones 4202 STREM "SOUTHERN STAR" J. G. PULLIAM MOVING AND PACKING SSra . Bast SLICED BACON Ma&o. . frM "AU. Ready for Your Griddle in tho Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Incorporated ! i l l-- 1 1 1 ! i"H LOUISVniLE PROVISION CO. Motor Truck Express MOVING A SPECIALTT 231 West Green Street Home Phone City 9130 PIANO ii DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 4 TlpcgMQjgRI AramHwm HIGHEST Homo, City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING A SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG.JR. ? Funeral Cumb. Malm Directors 3SO0CBC 2998-- a and Embalmersii Heme City 290S X 3REAV MIV DEAD ANIMALS CASH AND GAS FTITINa 712 West Jefferson Street Loulsvlllo, Ky. IPHOIBJSS. FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 I 8iioa4jsje SON GRAN W. SMITH'S HHHHimilMMmimHMHWHH.tW AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Call Home Cumb. Phono Main 721. LOUISVILLE SOUTH PRICES PAH) Phone City 721; CO. East Franklin Street 967-- A GROOERD3S AND FRESH MEATS Cumb. Main RENDERING LOUISVILLE and Drarosrr SAVINGS Phone City 4131 BERNARD FENZ bank Prom-ptnos- s I Funeral Director and f Embalmer! 1 FOR YOUR OROOERLBS EVBRY-Fourth and Central Avenne THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings and Satisfaction Deposits. A General Banking Busi441 East St Catherine ness Transacted. Home Phone City 2845 BOTH PHONES 810. 3. B. SCHWARTZ Highland' Park, Ky. GROCERIES, RATn'S CAFE in. nm iiiiiiiiiniiiiiinniiiiinmiiniimiiMl SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST5. f AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor 4S1 JBaat V3bTABL8, IHonie Cumb. Jeffenoe Sfceot FRJilSH MEATS ALL KINDS FSBD Phone Parkway 350 Phone South 2S55-- Y jbci&BffqraEOJBrxr irish AxdaBijLCAXx Don't Change Jobs Without Cohsuitm Thus workmen benefit through having a Government asks the of all workers to do away with and thoroughly reliable placM of ing organization, where they are assured the unnecessary " turn - over labor. Since our entry into the war there of being sent to sure jobs where they can do the best work to help win the war. has been a serious shifting of labor, which And the Government is enhas greatly crippled essenabled to fill the ranks with tial war industries. If there PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT workers in such a way that all can be an intelligent distri"Industry plays as essential and honessential industries can be bution of workmen to these orable a role in this great struggle as do our military armaments. We keptgoingfull speed. Thisis industries there will be less all recognize the truth of this, but we must also see its necessary vitally necessary to the sucdifficulty in winning the that industry, doing a vital task for the nation, must cess of our arm."' in France. war. ceive the support and assistance of Uncle Sam - 1 rVS - - ..- - THE E7A&B c5S far-reachi- ng !ifcK. "3? implica-tions--name- i i ly, .'ii re- Therefore, to assist both workmen and employers, the Government has organized the nation." "Therefore, I solemnly urge all employers engaged in war work to refrain after August 1st, 1918, from recruiting unskilled labor in any manner except through this central agency U. S. Employment Service. I urge labor to respond as loyally as heretofore to any calls issued, by this agency for voluntary enlistment in essential industry. And I ask them both alike to remember that no sacrifice will have been in vain, if we are able to prove beyond all question that the highest and best form of efficiency is the spontaneous of a free people." WOODROW WILSON. If you are atpresent em- ployed in useful work, do wmk $3HhHm 2jm 2vv the U. S. Employment Service as a part of the Department of Labor. Its national office is in Washington, and it has 500 branch offices and 20,000 U. S. Public Service not change your job without consulting a branch office or enrollment agent of this service. Let your Government assist you in determining flie work in which you will be most valuable in helping to win the war. Your use of the Reserve Enrollment Agents throughout the country. It knows labor conditions everywhere, and if given opportunity can direct the man seeking employment to just the job that needs him most U. S. Employment Servicers a patriotic duty to your country. It is your guarantee of fair and square treatment, and the oppor- l;u tunity to serve where you are best fitted. v-isr-- il MK ZSSS. n...'j.i Wb '. WV Ai.' S E'j V V V I '". EfffiBgB KC3E3S23 "PaSSmAna.... -- 2la ,:2 ojv.ii col , HHffl United () Stated US.BeptofLatKrr rfflflBLLLLLKv. W.B.WikoaS-1- 3: Ef0Wv ir o"'lkhBHP''?. the DiWHoa cf AdTNthfeif of the Cenauttee on Puttie InfeinmtiaR. TWi a&mtuwuat prqwri far vh'( lb DeeMtBiat tf LW fcy A&reirmmG ro rrcrexr .V Thk space contributed to the winhinz o the war hv LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. . HIRSCH BROS. CO. " J. BACON &1SONS. DOW WIRE AND IRONWORKS. LOUISVILLE BEDJMNG CO. . ' STANDARD OIL CO MENGEL BOX CO. WOOD MOSAIC COf Attertta f?Waa)'ci-'"-iiVW ST.JOSEPH'S INFIRMARY. ,,u:,'.:i , t-it ,ia-'- ii.. immM ,k.ti..,.-tfeU..',.tek- "wwwnpmi jng npr"Tir,ll :se$ "r',,T?W-- , liihm WW "W " i'JtfffimtfiliTIiti'i':ikX---'"-'c""J"- V" 4jPfPaP w !" Mf to" . ,. , t. .ic5is.-.- v . JKBOPTJOHTX- - rEfcijdC AJMC&mXtDASZ HERMAN STRAUS 5- roUBTH'XVCNUe SONS TttRKET STREET iNCOKPeffiArcO ' (4 1 I crunm gttytq I We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. Learn the Facts 4 The In the Gas Situation. signed statements in the daily newspapers. Every man and woman in the city should be interested in this record of a service organization which has made every effort to be a useful public servant. This Company has saved the people of Louisville millions of dolyears. Every big undertaking which lars in the past four and one-thir- d it has accomplished has produced benefits of substantial value to the great majority of citizens. This Company is striving to live up to the express terms of the franchise by securing permission to supplement the natural gas .supply with manufactured gas next winter, in case of need. In the face of a national shortage, the situation is very serious. To avoid widespread suffering and hardship next winter we want your 'help and Store for chool Clothes "THE BOYS' STORE" Yes, the RIGHT STORE for Boys' and Children's School Clothes and everything isready here for the fall season. Boys' Suit3, Shirts, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes! Hosiery and Footwear for Misses and Children! Complete stock, large varieties, and always superior values. FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT 1 am trying to give the Company's side of the gas controversy in $6.45 $7.45 $10 White Shirts 60c 79c and Blouses $1.00 TO GO WITH THESE SUITS New Lines of White and Colored Dress Goods $ 2 and Laces for Girls' school wear. Please read my statements in the daily newspapers. HALFORD ERICKSON Vice President BOYS' :: STORE-THIR- D EMOOR Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 LEVY'S at mark E.r tm t n o :: Lbs. For 65c JOTOWW Louisville Gas and Electric Co. INCORPORATED A OerFEB THAT IB QTTAI.ITT. IOH ITS niTE GOT NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE JOHN M. Importer K. I. A. MXJILVOTSr and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. 313 W. MACTT.T JJT. IBUlSViUUB, XT. Return this advertisement with remittance and we prepaid. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charse rf:MfMi Liberty Iniuraiice Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. 426 W.MARKET Hundreds are joining: our War Savings Club. One dollar's LOUISVILLE. ICY. worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings A complete lino of Furniture at deposit of $1.00 or more. Club;limited to 1,000 members. prices that aro always tho lowest. Satisfaction guaranteed. HARVEY-JELL1C- Fifth and Market Capital and Surplus-$1,700- ,000 Threo Per Cent. Interest Paid Cor. On Tlmo Deposits SIXTEENTH ANNUAL James B. Brown President Henry J. AngermoIer..Vlco President James J. Hayes .Vico President C. M. S. Hebel .Vlco President John S. Akers .Cashier Oscar A. Block Vast. Cashier A. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashier KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September 9 to 14, 1918. 10,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE; $15,000 BEEP CATTLE SHOW $10,000 FATTED AND FEEDING CATTLE SHOW BIGGEST BABY HEALTH CONTEST EVER HELD IN THE STATE BOYS' CORN AND PIG OLTJB DISPLAYS AUTOMOBILE SPEED CONTESTS FOR LARGE PURSES BY WORLD'S FAMOUS DRIVERS TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES ' .s- - - f rmj., MTDWAV AND BJPPODROarJBI ATTRACTIONS rT'JM i BE SURE TO CALL FOR $78,000 IN PREMIUMS 0 (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. GRADUATES OF ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE And all Hfeh School Graduates over eighteen years of age are requested to meet) at St. Xavier's Colleen. tiS Wpst - -, W. T J Tjfuau w ny , unjsroraa.y 'antra uircnry evenings, oeptemDer 7 ana o, at 7 o'clock. Information in regard to the new draft regulations will be explained. D-- McRENNA DISTRIBUTORS OF THE 'I i On Sunday. September 8, 10 J 8, SPEOIAIi Concert by- Thaviu's Sacred - High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal '" i. S6.65 PER TON. ' WHISKY H, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield. "iff- - i ii i Famous Band and Concert Singers, with TWO Flights of RUTH LAW, the Worlds Famous Avlatrlx For Cataloguo and otber Information wrlto FOUNT T. ICREaiER, Secretary 00-Republic Building, Louisville, Ky. bear Place your next order with us. Terms cash. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY SMOKE Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces For the next three weeks we aro going to offer all of our laces, at a HOIiLENDAOH'S HOUSTJ WINE liberal discount. This offer Is genu, Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. lne, and It will pay our customers to write us at once whllo Importer and Dealer In our stock Is complete. out-of-to- &, TARPY'S 1 Little A. J. 5c 1 1 1 Best Cigars Made! PERFECT FITTING The Last Dollar East you ipaat for something yau did not NEED would hare f UrUd a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear isterast COHTOUNDED twlea a year; Thare MAY COMK a Use waaa your "LAST DOLLAR" itvit b saaat for temethiag you DO NEED. The SAVING sow of tha dollars yon era waitiac tnlfht keep that "hard tlae" from avar coMtaj. Lady Dash 10c ' 3. Fridays, Hibernian First and tMrd 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Walter Murphy. Secretary John Financial J. Broderlck,' 1S50 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. Martin. Treasurer1 D. J. Dougherty. Sergeantt-Ann- s Shee- Martin han. Sentinel Thomas Noone. DIVISION 1818-182- THE PHIL. HOLLEflAGH 00. IN60RT01U.TM Distillers Of OLD FORTTJNA SOUR MASH "HOLLBNBAOH" PTJKB BY HS8 W. Mala St. LOBlTUI Ky, WINES AND LIQUORS Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S. FOURTH 144 South Third Home Phone 1191 Street AVE. Give your boys an ednoatton prepare them for life.that will ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. Broadway, X.oaUvllle, DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, lii I II Ky, Title Savings Bank I 80x8 80x3 80x3 82x3(2 and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. am SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES D. Meany." Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 734 West Oak street. Treasurer' John F. Burke, Sergeani-ai-Arm- s Bernard Sentinel M. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. 1 cjd "Wwr Xy. Conducted 4.ltaAa4aA yr.rinn Trr,the,-rbv thn . fll AtiHtnikl v.. . mu .nusineu ducuuuo Bertrand Hall, Sixth street Courses. Preparatory Department, Imts Bwlmmlng- Pool, Well equipped Oymna- President John J. Barry. slum. Terms moderate. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Bra. Benjamin. Dir. Recording-SecretarLawrence I DINNER INCOMPLETE Mt4 f ""s'"il WITHOUT J. 5 Mul-doo- n. I TYPEWRITERS F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER J. McDermott. Oculists' Prescriptions. 8.50 Theas Urea are all flrrt Thermold Vt CI .. J 10.9E atock, with aama and serial a&mbar atThormold Ws. CI. 8.J5 the Past WeekGeneral tached. Thermold PI. CI. COMPANY 13.16 We aollcit a call to Inspect our stock SOUTHERN OPTICAL INews Notes. Thermold PL 8s 82x314 Thermold Ns. Ss. ......... 12.65 at both stores. nrCOBPBRATED PHONES Main Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, 801 Fourth and Chestnut. 460 8. X1TXK ST. Main 1039 Retail Branch Dlvlslon1j4 will meet next Monday Incorporated 666 S. TXXKB ST. "As Near to Youlju the Nearest Phoaa" evening. "$ .- -. FIRST GUARANTEED STOGK. gnaraateaa HIBERNIANS. 4 What They Have Been Doing ' ForraerCounty i RENTED, Rebuilt and Used. All Makes. SOLD, JKCrWIKCU i Office Equipment Co. I INCOUPORATRD i Prompt Home City 1380 "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. I i i i i 125 South Fourth Ave. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Wmera FUNERAL FLOWERS Spray $3.00 th brlskteat; the fcou work bbb1 (a Wkere cooked best; Where the raBge stasda Ughtct; .Wkera the Is Is the test where That's tha "Qalck Meal" eoaua Where work la exolcMy A Special done; A Special Where cooktag seesafl real fun; Whero bakiBC glTna 4a-llght; Where drudge la eat et sight That's the where "Quick Heal" Qolek Meal Gaa Raailea Sold, Iaatalled and Highly Receraraaadail GEHER & SON, M. J. BANNQM, w. market st. H. JR., VIM Pf8Ji4t Md MlHKr. P. MKNON, PfK. IM ireiJ. y 2 i!P. 1 ! BANN0N PIPE CO. OFPICTE 636 SOUTH THIRTEENTH Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, . BaBme' Pateat Lidded Pipe for Steam CeHfialts, , Wall Cepiag-- Draia Tile, Vltriiiei.BrlcK, Fire PreeHa, Flae Liaia, Fire BricS Grate aad Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Cklmaey Teas. STREET. PHONES CITY 573 1786. CUMB. WOKK9-ThirMMtlia4 MAIN 907, Breefciaxrid Mat Mimth mni MaaUa. was unable to attend tho ball play ers' reception, feeing on the Injured INCORPORATED list. FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. Tho Entertainment Committee for the reception to tho ball team cer tainly left aothing undone to give LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY all a good time. East 903 High. 375 PHONES Last week Mrs. D. J. Farrell was We telegraph Flowers Everywhere hostess te the Ladles' Auxiliary of South Obmum, and many spent an enjoyable evening at her home. Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National ys that history that President, 2228 Bftrdstown Road will tell to future genoratlons tho caliber of -- the women who held Blacksmith and Wagon Builder Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Funeral Directors membership in the ranks of the Rubber Tiring. names' Auxiliary in tne stirring Dae to the treat demaad we are aew BOTTLING COMMON years commencing with Good FriEmbaimers. McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn ad If have tried the rest get the BEST. day. 1918. and extending over the Mowers and Rakes. duration oftthe present war, Is bePHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. A full line of repairs. SIO JTXCOK ing made today, Telephone IMS. Bardstown Road Garage. 'In a stirring appeal to the LaIN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE dles' Auxiliary their National Presi thus lurges the members: "In dent God's name, sisters, work for every patriotic wideavor unselfishly and srH nSflVlrsrSU rtfff JT"Trl"TvwSj IfSaNN IwPB'ttWJJ devotedly, its order that the pages Dr. Uriah Z. Litsty or the hlatbry that Is to be written SATISFIES THAT LONGING. . by Sister Gannon will be teeming Chiropodist with noble 'endeavor, a history that 507 fBMit. SBs- will add still another bright jewel mmrUm NORTON BUILDING to the brilliant crown '"'that now INCORPORATED BiUa .adorns the HJr brow of Mother M. W.toracr Ftvrth aid Jefferson PHONE CITY 859. w LOUISVILLE, KY, reejar Ireland; seta Wreath $5.01 O'Keefe islgtatloncd at Camp Eustls, Va. Division 513 met last night and heard reports from the Euchr'o ' Committee- County President John Hennessy Secretary Dan tsesecssae BOTH PHONES Cumb. Alain 1389 iDSfclKTEC PABST BREWING o GO. BOSSESON AVBWUli JOHN M. SCHMITT Falls City Beer yu v' and CORNS.BUNIONS FRED ERHART OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ARCHITECT JOHN F. OERTEL CO. j Mt V " aavgajaasar' aaa