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Kiftlitli St. Wholesale and Retail 13U Home Phone City 7075. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918. month apart. Director Franklin requests Chairman Compton to advise the local committees at once of the decision leached. PRICE FIVE CENTS. a- M i Last spring when four real police- - ceived word that many of his com- n rades had fallen in the recent mon 'quit at the Highland sub-ston account of their "boob" ties and that he was to return to superiors. Joe Selllgman came out the scene of active warfare. The ' with an Indignant manifesto on be-- 1 nows Rtruck a solemn chord In the half of the Board of Safety, saying heart of the priest and he began RED LETTER DAY. that these men wouldn't be paid what may be one of his last lec- Reply to deItcccnt Address ForresiLast Sunday was a red letter day A Failure In Handling oil City because they left tho Highland state-- tures with an earnest plea for on fmanlains' Training School Will I termination as well as optimism dents in danger. After that warded President Wilson hy church, Thirteenth j iui Su William's and County Ad ministru ment nothing more was heard and the part of tho American people. jnd OaR, and undoubtedly the Im-- 1 Graduate Week After Carson. 4 thp police got their money. Rumor Lieut. Perigord, as he Is known to tion. ceremony wm presBiveness 01 me Next. hna It th.it the nollce. If lefused his comrades, was sent to America, memory of the linger long In the .flL mII.mh neuui A fl MAan mgeiner wun inner Ttan dl uuireio, their pay, were going to ten now l.ll-.Attending hundreds who witnessed the people of the Highlands were to help Instruct the American sol- me untuning ami ueuicuuuu ui mc In the art or warrare, but alter Sir Horace Plunkctt Stresses service flag demonstrating loyalty to Near Masor Smith TakchtLong left night after night without the dlers vntlu Murrnv Welcome as nroiecuon oi uie riiuiiiiuiu uuuue ucuiniut, !"nnnntrv nrul devotion to Its mi Need of Settling the Irish " Trips In Cltj; Machine Not on machine, one or the Mayor's official casions news of his exceptional fifty-si- x Chaplain at Building absent boys following the Question. Joy" riding, and oratorical abllltv reached Washlng- Iramllv using it for Sunday. colors, uwing 10 tne unless 01 nuv. No. ;$. further rumor has It that ho is still ton and he was drafted into the George Connor, the pastor of St. In the near future. lea vine the Hlclilnnils nnnrotected. service of the National Publicity In were William's, the services having taken a fancy to riding In Bureau, In charge of George Creel. charge of Father Kelly and Father MOURNS FOR 1MSTOK. Holds There is Nothing to Justify Walsh, of Hartford. Conn., who are Keystone Police Have Biggl'liuo tnePoUce auto. GIIKAT DAY AT ST. PAUL'S. The old Keystone bovs had a gall Two Weddings Wore Solemnattending the chaplain?' training Postponement of Homo Every member of St Frances of With Country Rclutionjfnt week of it with the State Fair in Rome congregation, as well as the school at Camp Zachary Taylor. The ized During the'Past Last Sunday morning at St. Rule. our midst. All of their country re- -" church F Fair. priests and laity of the diocese of flag was unfurled outside the Intlr.no nnmo in tnvn tn onn hn fnll- Paul's ClllirCll. JaCkSOH Street, the Week. In and blessed, Louisville, Irrespective .of parish, or ami then, carried of the and see the Kevstone hoys In their Rev. Father Murray, a native nationality, deeply deplore the death patriotic songs being rendered by by Bishop change from that of a street cat parish, just ordained Thomas W. the school children. The address Rev. Father of the motorman or conductor to that of Grimes at Syracuse, sang his first CARSON'S INTRIGM 1TH KAISER by Rev. Father White, resulting from Brlght's dis- - was delivered MYSTERY a regular iblg town policeman. HOUSLBUAT You high mass, and was greeted by his Catholic ABOUT SPECIAL PASSES FOR THE LADIES ease. Father White was born in Ignatius Fealy, dean of theschool at could see them on the Pike staring relatives and a great gathering of Ireland, 'sixty chaplains In the training County Kilkenny, open mouthed at the sideshow bark- - friends, upon whom he conferred years ago, and coming to Kentucky Camp Taylor. Father Fealy's patrl-t- n era. eating bananas ana drinking h's blessing. He was assisted at the Bardstown otic utterances made a deep his youth he entered At the request of John Dillon, rri, mnRH liv nrlpsiR of the Franciscan i.. From Crescent Hill to Portland ..,i innnnnj from where he graduated alon upon his hearers, and he also school, and the sermon was an able leader of the Irish Nationalists, The chaplains' training paid a touching tribute to the mem-fo- r and from the river to SouthftLouls-vlll- o in the "rubes" w'as that one wore orderon U1P nol pnesmooa. His studies np i. i u tonnor una ein u icpij iu which has among Its number 103 with the class of 1878. completed at ory of James Lyons, the brave youth a police uniform The Keystone the priesthood were conies Increasing applications The afternoon witnessed one of the recent address forwarded to Catholic priests, is nearlng a close, Pmotnn P.irir Kiniinnrv nnd in 1881 who cave ud his life In France and for the "Never Again, Club.'v. The boys that were on day watch came and patriotic President Wilson by Sir Edward much to the delight of all in train tfrough down there In uniform at night to the most enthusiastic was ordained by Bishop McClos- - was repreesnted by the one gold members are those who with ing, as the routine is very hard on "" In the Louisville Cathedral, star. Those represented Dy tne uiuu plquo or for a change possiblf were give their fellow country boys n flaB raisings that the history of tho Carson. onAfter taking issue points several historical world war has nVianlnlnD whfl lira Tint llfiPrl tfl ". er White then served on mis- - stars are Aslen Bartholomew, Rob- - beguiled into voting for Smith and treat, while the misfit pollco who present Tn,s flaf? unfailingchronicled Carson Fat' marked mentioned In, tho Ulster statement much outdoor work. The school sions In Casey county for three ort Bartholomew, t'nnip urouericK, the Bolshevikl admlnlstratlol now were' on night watch missed their hereFather forwarded to the President, T. P. graduate in about ton days. years and then taught at St. Jo- - Clifford Ilronger, itaipn wronger, In control at Sixth and Je: rson. sleeping hours to mingle with tho t,le loyalty and fidelity of of St. O'Connor reminds the Ulster leader will priests seph's College until he was trans- Patrick Byrnes, sThomas A. Calla Go where you will, day and ight. boys from "down hum." As for the Donohue and the people There are several Louisville great stress on and church, in the class, which Is the largest ferred to St. John's church as as han, John Carroll, Keren Caster, you will meet the constantly grow- - Keystoners stationed there, you'Pau,'s parish to God to our coun- - that while ho laid auegeu piois prv them away with a ' antl consequent loyaitv f overai w; that has been In training here since sistant to the lamented Father Bax, Robert Caster, Claudo Coligan. lnc army of are couldn't try and Its glorious flag. The cere uuu lu oinii I'eiuiaiii in uuiuiiu, urc crowbar, the work began. only for a short time, as Bishop James Coligan, Paul Coligan, Frank eore at themselves for gettlnjaway slept with and It is believed of thev monies opened with a procession of did not tell the American President the stock. One the Friday night th6 Quartennaster's but fall, McCloskey selected him for t'se Clasby, John Clasby, Leo Coyle, from the Democratic ticket societies, after which the that the Ulsterltes beforo the war band from Jeffersonvllle gave their charge of the then new St. Frances Archie Curran, Louis Dletch, George an(i they wjjl all acknowled", that visitors to the Fair asked a Key- - the churchflag stare In newspapers and speeches declared with ninety-fiv- e ' Becond delightful concert at build- of Rome congregation, where Elkard. George thore sh'ould havo been noeason stoner where St. James Court was. beautiful he Edelen, Wllllani Donohue. that they would prefer the rule of was 'blessed bv Father ing No. 2 for the colored soldiers. has been the zealous and untiring Marlon Glbney, Jr., josepn " m. ..w"" thV utick for tholr mistake when pasUJIstory "? Rev. James F. Cummins, of the the German Emperor to hortie rule. Pltv rourt Is 'chaplains' .They were encored again and again n rna, imM.. nt irnnrD nnn on n i.nnnnn iiiiin vvifii'i. n i i iiii.ii in. shows that the Republlcans3re a V1' training school at. Camp and that they were supplied from , and played for almost two hours. Henry, .onk foll.ira In pnvppnlinr T.rJHsvllln ' ,u " iuj nun .mil uie urillliuiu iiiuiiaiy ,.., - Richard Haupt, Edward i .i In hulldlnir ud a lanre mem,l,ll. .... ii. rn nnn unco, t..h,h " cu ui'iiuuuy iaun k.iiu.u mi uu.uuu .m iuiui, urine Intense feel- - n is a great treat for the bershlp. Father White was a true George Tron&hl fnn VOUTl is. in XI16 IvOUrt MOUSO, DUl, This iand Henry, Robert Henry, ,,! Jefferson county - "they still hold now as before the ' trip "J rUI", l l Know wnere xniii court. dressof and aroused an men at Camp Zachary Taylor and priest and a zealous and conscien- - Thomas Henry, Hlllertch, Mayor Todd's admlnistrati Adam Ing patriotic enthusiasm, after war, for the 'purpose of making war are always asking tious worker and friend to all. George KenliT, Louis Kenlff, James the soldiers n of Its kind, was noted two'"'"" Ul U1U HIUTTDIIUIV UA11 1U1LU1 which the banner was borne In pro- - on an act of the British Is that colored band coming Truly It may be said of him that his LIston, James Lyons, Lawrence Ed- - first of turmoil and the Bi flpynj. UUU "When to the church, where it was ment." It was the Ulster rebel wno wua nuro ubioii" a.iiu iu u colored Secre- simplicity of manner, his sincere ward Miller, John Minogue, Richard yeais Board of Aldermen w again?" The three In the of movement that precipitated the war oa.y, wnai mis iiupueiieti una unfurled and placed In honor F The uenltaries In charge of building No. 2 faith, his loyalty to his friends and Monohan, Monohan, William The exercises bv creating In the German mind tho .. God and country. ........ ..... .. many friends his appreciation for the country of Thomas Naughton, Edward Lee to carry away the City Ha m., have made a great 0 his next was Mayor Grlnstead, benediction, at which a Idea that Great Britain would be closed among their colored brethren and tils adoption combined to make him O'Brien, .ne.hirk police? I'm going to make a numberwith priests assisted. John William O'Brien, administration was featured so embarrassed by tne troume in of certainly have added to the work such a priest that all who know DenlS O'Hearn, James O'Hearn, rows and "brawls between tl Tin,.. U1U IU iuhu u lew ui uieiu uiuuk,, Ulster that she would not enter the Thev are cer-.of the Knights of Columbus here. him were Impelled to love, honor Daniel Joseph O'Keefe, William mled wl" tne sideshows. factions, Moreover, Carson's FOKDIIAM ARMY SCHOOL. talnly funny looking birds, al- to get in their and respect him. His funeral was O'Keefe, It Is Impossible Pardue, John with the performance of the Sherman blocking home In rule. action A. rieht." building any night during an enter- held Tuesday morning at St, Ryan, Leo Ryan. Michael Ryan, police Captains, Foster and sun Fordham University. New York preaching rebellion and accepting a tainment, and on Saturday and Sun- Frances of Rome church, and the Henry Schneider, 'William Schneider, Inger. who Inaugurated a n of City, like Columbin, has been taken nlace in the Cabinet was the causo BISHOP CHARTARD PASSES. day the visitors throng the place. Joseph Traeger, terror. Now comes the tlv and of sorrowing Arthur Sllberg, immense gathering over bv the Government as a train- - of Ireland's present attitude toward Is people Liberty League, which The manifested sincere affection unris voeiKer. jonn voeiKer, last. It Is hoped, of near1. lavor Bishop Francis lng school for soldiers, and 3,500 the war. The Right composed of the employes of the for the deceased priest. Rev. Rich- Voelker, Paul Voelker. to their Inline sllas Chatard Rev. Smith and his mixture of The Irish passed Into eternal military students will bo accepted.1 opportunity, papers, alive tho story a ard Davln, chaplain at Nazareth, L. & N. railroad shops, held BUDU- Republicans, Bull Moose nre reprinting camp Sunday preached the funeral sermon, in rest last Saturday in Indianapolis, The Rev. Dr. Joseph A. Mulrv.'S. - or Carson's disgraceful intrlcue wlt celebration at the ST. PATRICK'S. cans and renegade Deraocra IWith ofof afternoon, where they were ad- which he paid just tribute to the Ithoy and by the diocese and State his J., President tlm the university,some wie Jaiser. in u rcci-u- i simenrciii. a service of only nlneTjnon Onvernment What fproil It tn Stanley, Ben S. life and worth of tho priest who had dressed by Gov In- - death is sincerely mourned. The Forty Hours' Devotion will promise to breaK an recora who was Plunkett. of Vlncennes ac time aeo, and has been notified Sir Horace the firth vVasher, President of the Y. M. H. been the true friend of all present. open tomorrow morning at St, Pat- efficiency and rank Iio ted complished BishopCatholics In Indiana that his offer had been accented. Chairman of the Irish convention, M. for A.; Secretary Bruner, of the Y. rand In the sanctuary were Right Bev. rick's church, Thirteenth and Mar- from every branch of the of settling the will .form the greatest chapter an the War; work has been going on at ntresses the need C. A., and Chaplain Itegis Barret, Plshop Q'.Donaghue and. jjearJy, mass at countv government. a ket, with, solemn ,'h'lgh & at onm. Therav-- " Irish J Institution bt The hundred priests. TfJ:30""o,clock. "The" pastor will be 6r the 'Knights of Columbus. moremoney Tdftoiy was the "church in that State, the wnr and itsliice the declaration crage oustlon Althoueh receiving 'Englishman desires a settle- of has an ambulance all done in a affair was held in "the big audiby three Father White named Rev. Patrick assisted on this occasion chaplains' than any other previous administra- and it way by one who was arm and unit at tho front which has received ment as an obligation of honor, and a model torium of the "Y" and was filled Walsh, of Sacred Heart church,- as reverend fathers from the Including S100.000 from the kindly he is and a tower of a sneclal commendation for gal- - becausp "admitted convinced that Ire The league was his executor. Having been a gener- training school at Camp Zachary tion. Company, the near Mayor Is for meekness to its capacity. political grlevanco Water land's met at the entrance to the camp ous donor to the poor and all calls Taylor. These are the Rev. Francis now borrowing money to run the strength and whose salntlinesn was lantry in action. stands In tho way of her an Inspiration to all. Bishop Chatard by the Depot Brigade Band and par- for charity his estate will be, as in Martin, who went to the school city nnd gives no promise of a In Liberal and in the war." LOXC5 LIFE TO THEM aded up Lincoln avenue to the audi- the case of most priests, of only from St. Patrick's; tho Rev. Edward lower tax rate, while many report was born in Baltimore, December is a growing Laboi circles there 13, 1834, and In early life was a Gov. Stanley and the other small proportions. torium. Loehr, of New York City, and tho higher assessments. With all tho iTr.i0.j.. ., i i,t..iitv nf conviction at that the Influence of physician. He studied for the were given a most enspeakers Rev. Joseph O'Nell, of St. Paul, money the public at large Is getting the peace conference the noted members of tho American England thusiastic reception, and from a Minn. One of these will also preach no benefit. If our Tho streets are dirty, priesthood In the Urban College of Catholic hierarchy, who are render- - will be seriously weakened KXIOHTS OK COLUMBUS. In 1863 standpoint the affair was Rome. patriotic the sermon. During tho procession the alloys nre filthy, the garbage the Propaganda at or the lng valiant service to God nnd small nationality is knocking at the been held one of the finest that has Knights of of the Blessed Sacrament four of question Is still with us, the Internes he was made vice Rector Louisville Council, idoor demanding the application to They are ' as countiy American College In at the camp. Columbusr had a rousing meeting the soldiers, members of St. Pat- and nurses at the City Hospital sumed chaige of the Rome and In John Ireland, Uself of tho principles for which The Most Jtev. institution Hev Father Murray, of Is centered In rick's, will carry the canopy. These their food, week, to be formerly a chaplain of last annual when Interest officers. In latter are boys who have grown up claim atit tho not spent onare Hoover-l7e- d 18G8, succeeding the Right Rev. Archbishop or St. Paul, born In the Allies proressare not fighting. Jail things converted and election of Kilkenny, Ireland, eighty ' Even those who very the Wllllani George McCloskey, who be- County ago. Mackln Council, Y. M. I., and In St. Patrick's parish, and trained by starving the prisoners fifty of evolution recognition of his good work and to the "big schemes came Bishop of Louisville, remaln-In- c years well known in our city, has been tho success of his administration In St. Patrick's school, where hours on a stretch. The official The Right Rev. Thomas J. Sha- - now coming to be recognized as an. appointed chaplain to take charge during the past year Grand Knight everything breathes of loyalty to press bureau Issues flowery stateat Its head for ten years. He part or reconstruction Un!of tho of tve Knights of Columbus building Thomas D. Clines was the unanicountry. Over ments once or twice a week about was presented with a gold medal by han, rector America, Catholic Man- -' essential are unwilling that anarter God and loyalty to - the war" at Is a very No. 3. 'Father Murray boys have how the Board or Works Is going Plus IX., who a short time later verslty of H., sixty-on- e bornyears ago. settled Irish question, should stand another term. The 100 of St. Patrick's mous N. agreeable priest and makes the officerschoice for to serve during the Joined the colors. They are scat- to get a wonderful street cleaning appointed him to the position In the elected The Right Rev. soldiers feel that they can talk to coming year are: Papal Couit of private supernumer- tho new Bishop Arthur Drossaerts, In the way of democratic legislation, tered far and near. Some are machine, or how the board js keepAntonio, An analysis of British opinion might of San Pope. Dr. him just the same as if he was one Grand Knight Thomas D. Clines. already "over there" In the fore- ing the city healthy by making sta- ary chamberlain to the Amerlca'n born in Holland fifty-si- x years ago. reveal a great variety of views upon He is more than welcome an of them. Deputy Grand Knight George front of the battle for freedom, and ble manure owners screen their Chatard was named Popo Leo XIII. the details of a settlement, but it at this time, as ho is the only chap-Iai- n Nabors. the Forty Hours this year will bo a manure, etc. The streets are still Bishop In 1878 by CLERICAL CHANGES. would reveal "an almost unanimous engaged In other work not petition to the Heavenly Father vto waiting on that promise of cleaning, and assigned to the diocese of VlnJohn A. Doyle. Chancellor determination that this blot on than that of the Knights of ColumRecording Secretary Edward S. bless the noble alms of our Presi- while the biggest offender in the cennes, now the Indianapolis dioRev. Father Hollle, for more than British statesmanship shall be imbus, and he will have charge also Etherldge, dent and country with an early vic- city on the manure screening edict cese. In June. 1903, he celebrated a year frssistant to the Rev. Fathei mediately removed." Sir Horace hospital. of tjhe work at the base as Bishop. Financial Secretary S. R. Hard- - tory, an honorable peace and send Is the city yard at Ninth and Jef- his silver jubilee lifelong friendCar- Thome at St. Vincent de Paul's Plunkett continues: Movlnc pictures were shown at all man. of our boys safe home again. ferson, manure being piled "and dinal Gibbons, a Archbishops and church, Shelby and Oak, lias been "Coming to outsido opinion upon buildof the Knights of Columbus stinking to high heaven without the Bishop; forty Warden J. Raymond 'Barrett. I shall speak the past ings three nights during the Bishops and more than 300 priests recalled from this diocese and lert only Irish question, KNIGHTS INITIATK. The InBlde Guard Ben Mlddendorff. tho semblance of a screen. I know the of that which the past week for Grand Island, week, and tne crowaeo. nouses snow from all parts of the country at- Neb. Rev. Edward Menke, who has opinion of tho United States. It Is Riley. board has overlooked themOtto of Outside Guard John that this Is the King of Indoor tended tho ceremonies. Sixty new members were Initiated "Cleanliness begins at home." Trustee Thomas A. Bohan. been assisting Rev. Father Berres- - not true that since the American sports af present. on While Bishop Chatard did not helm at Holy Trinity church, has people came Into the war they havo As stated above the board comes The Lecturer, 'Reverend Chaplain at tho Knights of Columbus Hall The base hospital at the present and Advocate are. appointed bv tho Fourth street so strenuous a life as did the been transferred to St. Vincent "de eased to care ' about Sunday afternoon, forward with flowery and glowing lead homo rule. time has many soldiers incapacitated Grand Knight. new officers among them tlve chaplains from the promises about new machines, etc., first Bishop of Vlncennes, Bishop Paul's. The In The over the diocese with the Both priests were popular their only change I can discover that for duty, although there are very will be installed next month. training school at Camp Zachary but as a reader remarked the other Brute, who took regret their opinion about Ireland is Two who are seriously ill. wilderness, he never- departure. people, who few Following the meeting day, "You certainly asked a when It was a Next Sunday Louisville Council Taylor. utterly those thev now condemn and a chaplain K C. Secretaries theless had missionary work to do was a banquet at the Tyler you another initiation, making Irish extremists who have ever slnco every day, administering will have that surpasses all former there at which 200 were present. pertinent question whenRose's wanted when he first came to the diocese. visit thorn Hotel, board to know where Davy a record 1911 been made tho tools of Prus- CHAPLAIN FOR SOLDIERS. to their wants and writing letters years. wero purchased the houseboat and who He did not have to travel much on speakers principal The , elan Intrigue. I know also that a back to their folks at home. This Thomas Walsh, John McCarthy and was behind the mov.o to purchase horseback, as did his predecessors, opinion The Rev. Father Thomas A. large body of American is a splendid opening for ladles of Thomas Conway, a veteran or the the boat " Official figures show but he went about much In stag. Murray, pastor of the Chuich of Our holds It to be Ireland's duty and PKAYEKS FOR OARDIXAL. the city who have the time to visit Somme and Vlmy Ridge. Louisville, Jef- coach and wagon through the hills Lady of Perpetual Help at Camp- - Incidentally the best way to Insure that in the cities of in counties these men who are confined on acfersonvllle and New Albany all told of Southern Indiana, railroads, in- bellsville, formerly stationed at St. the concession of what Americans Prayers for the recovery of Carno count of illness. where IN HOSPITAL OVKR THERE. In here are not 200 motorboats, and variablythere wero his own gripsack Cecilia's church, this city, has been regard as her democratic rights to dinal Farloy were said not alone On last Sunday there were carrying on Sunday but In aa the Bolshevikl organ, the Herald, granted permission , to join the i light wholeheartedly on the side of ven masses celebrated at the Catholic churche St. John the Divine Sergeant Shorley Cunlff, of tho eays the houseboat was purchased and sleeping wherever he found a American forces and is now sta - the Allien, no matter what grlev- the Cathedral of camp, this being a, smaller number bed. In 1900 Bishop Chatard was tioned at Camp ownRoad Englneore, who has been In pxclusively for the motor-boZachary Taylor, other Protestant she may than the week previous, which was and at Trinity and In New York France since May, Is reported In the ers, the public taxpayors, who pay given an auxiliary and Father Donls7 where ho will bo commissioned and nnces against BritainBut neither have or may Episcopal churches the caused by the tent, No. 6, being City. hospital, but his friends and family the freight, are entitled to know O'Donaghue, now Bishop of Louis- then sen-- as chaplain for our. sol war norremember. attitude thereto In not all of them, however, have not been able to find out Ireland's closed on account of quarantine. was appointed. On the hit- dier boys. why, If there were any, the few ville, Cardinal menIs held to Justify the postponement Two weddings were celebrated was tho name of the so much ter's promotion tho Rev. Joseph In the whether he Is 111 or wounded. Posof home rule." the flrst It during the past week, one at the tioned. of was Cathedral time John tals and letters received this week motorboat owners received became Bishop Coadjutor The Chartrand of St. from the 'board. WINNER AT TENNIS. The conclusion of Sir Horace the auditorium and one at building No. hlBtory breezy kind, considerationthe houseboat seems to in his stead. In 1898 the Pope to a from him are of. the Plunkett is that while the averauo for the occasion of tho Dlvlno that a referenceCatholic so our olly Sergeant is evidently mystery of and to add to the mys- changed the see to Indianapolis and 6. The altar be growing Archbishop of tho Miss Elizabeth Malone, of this outsider may know very little about the wedding at building No. 5 was Cardinal not worried tery two special police havo been Bishop Chatard built the Cathedral city, won the girls' championship in the details of the Tho decorated with flowers church had occurred into its service, beautifully have been hired to guard the mystery, a day of Sts. Peter and Paul there. for- tho annual tennis tournamont at rrlsh question, ho can realize that same was said Indianapolis, and palms' by the ladles who have and. the Trinity. Dean Robblns was SPEAKS AT ATLANTA. and night watchman, known as present diocese of comprises .the Bay View, Mich. Other Louisville gome form of home rule is tho only sanctuary at this true of charge of the Is ma- merly Vlncennes, policemen. There Miss Lillian solution, and he Is puzzled at tho were contestants wharfboat tho preacher at the Cathedral, and building. southern half of the State. of tho terial hero for a thrilling The annual convention Grundy, Mrs. Edwin O'Brien. Misses procrastinating policy oi western tho During the week Major Ewald Prof. Leicester C. Lewis,Chicago, oc- Catholic Laymen's Association Most of the dignitaries of the Ruth and Frances Malone and Mal- - Government Is following. that of go good In com Seminary, that would Issued an order that no. ladles could Theological pulpit at Trinity. Georgia, which was held In Atlanta pany with a comedy picture or our Catholic church in tho United States colm crawiord. Tne proceeds wero The after 5:30 cupied the remain In the camp ones which last Sunday, and at which officers Keystone police. Some boys who wore present at tho runerai Thurs- turned over to tho Red Cross chapBAHDSTOWN. without special passes issued from prayers were tho usualof Common for the year wero elected, was feat- ventured near tho boat of mystery day morning, and upon all Bides ter. his office. He very kindly extonded tho Episcopal Book prayers for the ured bv a talk by Col. S H. Calla- the other day were fired at by one wore evmences or mourning ana rePrayer designates as At a larnelv attended and en- the privilege of signing these passes sick. Bishop David H. Greer, of the han, of Louisville, In which he dis- of the policemen, which puzzles us spect for the memory of the beloved ' HACK TO NAVY. to two of the Knights of Columbus thuslastic meeting of the Knights nose, prelate. Come on. Messrs. Episcopal diocese of New York, and cussed tho supreme duties of all again. O'Donaghue. who Secretaries, and in the future it will Bishop Denis of Columbus at Bardstown tho fol- somethis day of conflict and in doing Cardinal Farley havo long been creeds In to come when war will be Brumlove and Miller, tell us or we for years was auxiliary to Bishop Juliuf Truedeau. now - .1... naval , , m bo necessary for all ladles werQ , f th thing about the houseboat Bishop sent word from the days service, has returned to the Great eng,g year. SpaMlngi work at the camp to have, this .spe- friends. The home in Maine that It over. A T will ask the near Mayor, and If he Chatard at Indianapolis, was deeply his summer . death of the cial salmon colored pass. doesn't you you better bewaro, for grieved to learn of the morning and nt viV with his parents. His Malar Elarth. who Is acting as was his wish that prayers be said fl KnJ M. j, Ut conWORTHY CHARITY. wewill ask the real Mayor, Chesley aged prelate Saturday masses said. friends were highly sraUfled with g Zachary for the Cardinal. His Eminence Chief of Staff at Camp at once ordered special ,h PIna'ncIaI secretary: G. T. Searcy. steadily and to Taylor, 'has been promoted to Lieu- tinues to gain strength for by his In New Albany and Jeffersonvllle his appearance and look for him M Warrlon: Joseph F. Boono. Referrlug again to the near A euchre and lotto will be given go 10 uie uwiii. tenant Colonel and he has been re- his recovery is looked Chancellor: John" C. Talhott. Advo at the Tyler Hotel on Wednesday Mayor's spying on motorists at the churches, which are in the diocese speeuiiy congratulations of his physicians. memorial ceiving the cate; E. C. Dawson, Trustee; Harold afternoon and evening, September tonfederate monument In regard to of Indianapolis, special mass will CHAPLAIN FOR ORPHANS. many friends. Hurst, Treasurer: V. V. Spalding, 25, for tho benefit of the Visitation the wastage of gasoline, the ques- services and high requiem NEXT LIBERTY LOAN. K. C. Secretary Leyden, of the ,nr. n,a Inner Sentinel; Johnson Mattlngly, Home for working girls. Sister tion .irises, if Smith Is so patriotic be held, but theso will not be said timekeeper at when sepclnl orders auditorium, acted as 0utcr Sentinel. Reports showed t? Tho Trensiirv Department has de- - Mary Gertrude and her associates and saving of gasoline why did he until next. week nPennmryJnMnti? councI1 to . the great athletic meet which was ln splendid condl- city machine and gasollno arrive. termlned after careful consideration are doing; a worthy and noble work use the to held at Churchill Downs on Labor Chllilcothe and CincinLouisville In trips It will not provide anv plan, nnd the Catholics of 1b an old that day. Secretary Leyden CALL PRFEST HACK. Liberty should lend them every aid. nati, and would It not be a little Monaghan. now in the u,lul- Rev, P.'-hand at this .business, having come for disposing of the Fourth more patriotic to ride on tne street 'bopds on the Installment plan, army chaplains' training school at of Philadelphia, loan from the city WILL HEMAIN HERE. Father Paul Perigord, French Camp ZacharyTaylor. car to his golf links on the weekly YOU'RE WELCOSITC, KILL. plan of pre- where he spent most of his time other than the usual Hanrahan, a well known afternoons? Who savas or wastes soldier priest, who for the past sevinformation was will oric among the Catholic Vious loans, This P-- M in athletic The nov Gulrto Stn,,' vnior conveyed to Chairman William R. Louisville" toy located at Charleston, the most gasoline, the man who eral months has tourod the countiy im Attn t ovnov ,orgsnlaations of thatAlg city. arrived here tho past week and will Liberty lon or- - g, c' write that he enjoys reeding takes his .family out In the little on a lecture tour In tho Interest of Secretary Connell arrived during Campton. oj the Rev. J., P. O'Mahoney, formerly h nermanently stationed at St. States publicity Bureau, Sunday pone tveysione '. wav frnin rtmn Jackson with ganlsattort or lire aEtenin renerai about tne runny 1b Just aqwaf-- "fllwer" on.takes fcmg or theIn near the United address made H wide-fe- lt assistant pastor at tho Cathedral Boniface church, whore he has aland and whose trip Mayor who from whkn LouUvIll troop train and he Is spending Reserve district. In telegram War chaplain of the Knights of ready entered uoon his priestly K fllcted with and aaya he .hopes to ont of th. State durin the week, Impression In, Louisville, Is to return and rJewlB 'B. Franklin, Director of gaso to the battfeflelda several days with the local here. Is now stationed as ties. Before coming o Louisville taxnayera of France. hl great demand at loan. The plan as heretofore will come home tola fall to vote for City the and time paying for the There both? Speaking of Shortly before soeaklnR- to a large cnapiain ai ae unueu qtates bub. Father Guldo was .. stationed at St, line payment and .three ood friend Sam Robertson for is.. ..,.. .hn..i. toi-- uiiiiftiuii, m the camp for nm magazine and oonalst of Initial wether. audience at Hartford, Conn., he re- - marine Base, Nfiw London, Conn, waij viiuci, uiwf Im ....: ill easollne aarJUg. hare about one Treasurer. Com on along, Bill. tying itlM, lor wnicn my aubaequent jaymontB CAMP NEWS REPUBLICANS bat-Uo- IRELAND - .a b a J0. - wVv.-- v., -- , Impres-Colleg- e, .!...,., Y, - pro-uerm- self-klcke- ra lt ( , i i . . ..-- 0 11 I .... m-- , Parlla-cessio- , n-ui- - on i world-conflic- t. I , falli: -- -- - Camp-bellsvlll- e, er, ( ' twenty-se- at e much-discusse- d flve-reel- er i- ?I!KZ-.I:- ThR?.n .ffiv1"" I - -- Secretaries 1 - 1 s:i3KroDXJOHrsr Uxs.r AJsaa&jEexcAX I RELIABLE , Readers " K&NTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancement of COMING EVENTS. v Irish Americans and Catholics Catholic Knights' reunion and card and lotto party, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINOLECOPY 5c St. Martin's Hall. 23 Bntrrcd at the Loulivllle Poitolflce at Second.CIaii Matter. tddrass til Communications to ths KENTUCKY' IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. YoUng Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. ing. October CO., Incorporate. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING September 25 Euchre and lotto for benefit of Visitation Home at Tyler Hotel, afternoon and evening. September 27 Euchre and lotto of St. Louis Bertrand'S church In Bertrand Hall, afternoon and even, GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS : N '" ,. U FOR of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read- .ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. - " GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACARONI MACHINE DRIED 1 V.'cst Green St. SOGIrTTV. Misses Mamie and GuBsle Cerasola are visiting friends In Memphis and Vlcksburg. ALL GROCERS. ' SPAGHETTI NOODLES and 10c rnckages , 5c Nothing Just as good. Accept no substitutes. Highland 1033 JOS. V. " fjArsU LOUISVILLE, KY. STANLEY FOR SENATOR. - jO counciL Home Phone City 7638 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 For "That Boy" $2.50 Some new styles that are made just like dad's . HUNGER'S CinLE CAFETERIA SPANINGER 458 South Fifth Street FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - h- - i t: l! n; YU u'l- i CI GEO. round toe or English shape. They are made of F. BREITENSTEIN MAnENitY scnun CHINE 'CO. Now that Gov. Stanley has replump grades of calfskin with oak tanned soles, 1403 Seventh Street s ceded the nomination for United 3 East Main Street Choice Staple and Fancy GROwhich can be relied upon for the very best service". JefStates Senator, Louisville and Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE Automobile Repairing, ferson county will, of course, conSises q to 13 Children's department. Pumps, Elevators and General MaIARKET, Flno Teas and Coffees, chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. City Home tribute to the State's vote more than Home Phono City 1633. Phone 2147: Cumb. South 1658-To. their mathematical share toward hlt election. Gov. Stanley has been the supporter President of hearty Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 J. M.. BUCKNEU Wilson and of the Important war " CHARLES BALL3IAIER WW" TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE legislation enacted In Washington 3 Vory doubtful whether that drive 230 East Market Street mj.F.i'iya Elsenmenger has been jj This Is the decisive can be started this year. 000 West Maui Street and Frankfort FOURTH AVENUE If the' Between Brook and Floyd to enemy can be driven test, and it will be satisfactory from the Brady, of Jacksonville,' Fla. ' PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND Louisville, Ky. every voter whose mind is open to lilnuenuurg line this fall ana forced . SEWERAGE, Job. Work A Specialty Some thoughtless per- to fall back to another line of de- - ' Miss Anna O'Connor has returned conviction. Bowling Green after a visit to sons view this, high office as If the rense that Is the most that should H. W. NEWMAN Home Phono 2550 ... functions attached to It were purely .uc ujii,ui;it:u . i,i uui auiuieiH 1111,1 Mrs. Frank Smith, Park View. CONTRACTING ENGINEER CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y HOME PHONE 88 Louis A. Broring, D. D. $.'. honorary, but such Is not the case. year. They have already accom Mrs. Thomas 'Boone spent the Uearn and Hot Water Heating and The duties performed by a United pllshe'd much more than we had a Past week at New Haven, visiting Sanitary Plumbing States Senator are manifold and right to expect of them two months ,her moor- .Mrs. .Mary A. Bowling. HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND Important, never more so than at ag0- ,Let us back up the effort tnat Mrs. James Conlan, of Jefferson-vlll1 LOUISVILLE, KY. STARKS BUILDINQ. the present time. Gov. Stanley has s be.ng ,nade to lbrlng victory. But had as her guest the past week had long experience In public life, et UB not expect it to come at once, Mrs. Mollle Conlen, of Indianapolis. loth Phones Both Phones 2406 and in his membership of commit- - We must be patient yet a while. Harry T. Colgan, who has been POULTRY FOOD AND tees and commissions charged withi & 0 0. located In the South tho past fow SUPPLIES grave lesponsibllitles and requiring DANGER TO INDUSTRY. months, was here on a visit this Adolpb Rcutlinger Free Advice on Poultry and a strong Intellectual grasp of both! week. Pet Diseases I N S C R A N'O H mHMVWWWWtVWVWWiWMWWvWWWWWVW State 'and national affairs ho always1 Mucn broader grounds for the TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 3 ALLER Mr. 'and Mrs. August Muthman for PET SHOP up to the requirements of establishment of claims measured PLATE GLASS Margaret T. Daley have 210 WEST" MARKET STREET post. The people of our State "Ptlon from military service are and Miss from a returned visit to West BaQuick Delivery 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET position to judge how faith- - Provided in new regulations worked den Springs. are in a (ully and thoroughly ho has dis- - uut u i,uvual luiusn.u uenerai ENGRAVERS Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Keller, Strat- charged his varied trusts by the Crowder to govern the classJfUcation men between eighteen and forty- ton addition, entertained last week efficiency of his service both in Con- - or. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY SCHLIOH ENGRAVING COSEPAJT for Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Heverln and gress and as the Chief Executive ot uve wno registered on Septemb ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS Miss Rose Heverln. ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. Kentucky. ELECTROTYPERS It Is simple fairness to 12 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Important modifications are 1104 South Seventh Street Mrs. Fred Erhart gave a merry eligibility Eay that Gov. Stanley's 335 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky. for his party's favor must be judged based upon the change of a fow children's party at her home on Phone City 6574 Sherwood avenue last week. There Home Phone City 6674 every words In the original draft law were twenty-tw- o by his official record. At guests. point, and in every detail, that rec- - niade in passing the new "hone City 5692 - act. The term "industrial .occupa-wls- e Miss Helen Hayes, who has beep ord is praiseworthy. Were It other"BOUTHERN STARV H. IMiuntr, Prest. Kentucky Irish American tlon" is eliminated and the law now visiting Misses Ina and Evelyn the I. Bush, Kelly, Deer Park, has returned to Homo City 290S HLICKD BACON Climb. Main 2008-- a would not be found recommending provides persons may be given de- her home In Owensboro. PLATOFF & BUSH when engaged "! good will of the Republl- - ferred classification nim to the B FUsd? for Your Gndril Incorporated in ths 11m Morning"' can voters among Its Teaders. And "in occupation or employment, Miss. Agnes Kelly has returned GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS same applies to Congressman eluding agriculture, which can be from from Hawesvllle, after spend" K HAU8, LARD. SAUSAOR as necessary to the ing, the summer with her parents, 1 Special Attention To Itei:f Work Swagar Sherley, Judge Thomas R. established kOUIBVTLLK PROVISION CO. Estimates Cherfully F7mlshed military establishment or the main- - Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. Gordon, Samuel Robertson and the (Incorporated.) OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. - reItenance of the national interest." entire Democratic ticket. Misses Blanche Mitchell hasThere was need for some modifi- turned from Bay View, Mich., and THE SION OF QUALITY Home Phone City 6085 her dancing RELIGION AND RULERS. cation of the law in regard to those will soon reopen kclasses for the coming season. Blghl'd 741S AL. S. SMITH, PROP. engaged in Important P. FREDERICKS East 180 Arthur Brisbane, the famous ed- Director General Schwab,Industries. of the Misses Margie and Mary Moriarty .3JKiii; Dealer It? itor of the (New York American, Emergency Fleet Corporation,KENTCCin sev wai nave returned after spending LAUNDRY pays the following tribute to the compelled eral weeks with friends and rela i IRON, .METAL, to protest against t srRAI' RAGS, CO. 111. Catholic church and points out the drawing away OI,D UOTTLKS, ETC. of his skilled men or tives in 'St. Louis and Pana, Incorporated system of choosing fact that our Paper Stock A Specially the army men who could not be 2 Walter M. Hlggins, or ChattaBOIT PHONES 810. Presidents Is derived from the replaced easily by 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET nooga, arrived hero Thursday mornHu Underbill unskilled workCatholic church's method of select1 ers. Bet. Market and Jefferson visit to Mr. and There was danger of crippling ing for a week-en- d Geo. Dearborn , KY lng Popes: .Mrs. William M. Hlggins, 732 South f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. i.ontsviLL-tManager the whole ship programme by the Twenty-fourt- h street. Religions and rulers have risen action of Injudicious draft boards. NATIONAL IIATTEKS PXiOPZ.EB PKOTCBENT AagOOXATSC and fallen. The Catholic church Incorporated. The new law still leaves much TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. Mrs. William Clifford, of Chicago, has gone on, powerful, from century power in wan oiBunlifd by. cltlMM the hands of district ex Is the guest of Miss Jessie Bannon High.' 375 325 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. PHIIj J. IlKODKRICK. East 903 PHONES to male to century. Empires and kingdoms, emption Suits Pressed While You Walt. boards. Tha power should during the absence of Miss Bannon's LOANS Hats Cleaned and Blocked While great families and dynasties arose be mother, Mrs. Jeff Bannon, who is Phil J, Broderlck. whose likeness exercised fairly and with sound visiting In Sydney, Neb. Homo Phone City 1931 n furniture and other pergonal and disappeared. Their control was judgment. ppcars in this article, is one of rrty at. You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and There are Industries LOWEST XATEB. left to the accident of birth. If upon which the Hats a Specialty. Work Called For Doherty, who has the first of the Louisville boys to Miss Edith successful prosecuCuleman Bldg n male was a fool or tion ot and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, the 4 K Cor Third and Jtffro of typhoid 2228 Bardstown Road the war depends, and' to been seriously 111 Hospital, Is .fever Attention, and Quality." Unth Phones. 288. . now a weakling that meant destruction. deplete at St. Edward's them of even convalescent and steadily Improving Blacksmith and Wagon Builder The Catholic . church never left for Home Phone Shawnee 803 the army would be disastrous at her home, East Fifth street, New SAM L. leadership to chance. Not any firstRubber Tiring. Already we begin to hear complaint Albany.yIlENItY GOSS born, but the ablest was elected. uwx. CONTRACTOR FOR some sections rarmers are McCormick Binders, Mowers, Lawn He was chosen by a body of well being in Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kremer Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting Mowers and Rakes. ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOB drawn upon too closely to Tin Roofs Repaired and Fainted .trained men, Interested in securing Insure full crop production next announce the engagement of their A full line of repairs. daughter, Miss Elizabeth Fehr the ablest as leader. The method year. St. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty Bardstown Road Garage. These things should be Kremer, to Joseph B. O'Brien, son of electing Popes Interests Ameri- looked or Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien. The Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 s 2011 W. Broadway, to In time, and aunifonn cans because It is the method it system adopted not yet c that will let no date for their marriage has HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY been set. may foe called Intellectual democSEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. tout n. Q'liEARY t 00 escape, while safeguardracy favored by those that founded "slacker" Loans to those having regular in ing Industries that are vital to the Headquarters for McDonogh, who reJames S. IKGrHEEtlHrfiHK this republic. Our forefathers had war. , If everything is left to bo signed his law practice in New York comes or salary, with no publicity "TTY DIVISION 8. AND FARM PROPHRT no Intention of allowing every man or red tape. Loans to housekeepers cavajry, is located decided by exemption 'boards there City to join thewith the contingent See us about anything In First and third Fridays, Hibernian 0n their personal security. at West Point to vote for an Individual President. will be as many systems as there that was transferred 'State. Wo aell, buy and rent. Home, ibib-ibz- u rorxiano. there from F. R. POOLEY, The plan, now in the constitution, are boards. Gen. President John M. Riley. Crowder should Fort Ri.ley 504 W. JEFFERSON ST Building, although disregarded In practice, be as specific Vice President Walter Murphy. Room 1, Courier-Journas possible for the Romn Phone Clty,44fi4 , was to have the masses choose . 415 S. Fourth Street. Secretary John J suFinancial The many rriends of Mike Burke, benefit pt the country. And draft the well known Democratic poliBroderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. perior men as "electors" and leave use tho discretion re- tician and all around good fellow, boards should A T. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Phone City 2771 Recording Secretary John the choice of President to that posed in them very carefully so as will be glad to hear that he Is Martin. superior .body, as the Catholic not to cripple C. T. THOMAS & CO. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. INCOnPORXTBD our . war Mvork at Improving and hopes to be out In . Sergeantat-Arm- s Martin church leaves the selection of Popa home. the near future. R E A li to the pollege of Cardinals. ' 0 IT, SOUTH WEN7.EL ST Sentinel Thomas Noone. JOINT DRIVE. f3n WEST JEFFERSON 8TRBB7 COMW AGAIN, Mil. OGDEN. Both Phones 4202 LoulHville, Ky. RAISING FALSE HOPES. DIVISION 4. President Wilson last week deAt the State convention of tho cided that the seven recognized soJ. U. PULL1AM Meets second and fourth Mondays "SOUTHERN STAR" The advance of the Allies on the Junior Order of United American cieties doing welfare work among Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. SLICED BACON . west front goes steadily forward. Mechanics this past week Dr. Bniner, tho American soldiers at home and MOVING AND PACKING N President John J. Barry. AH Ready for Your Griddle In the It seems to be Foch's plan to give tho Republican nominee for Senator, overseas shall conduct a joint cam Motor Truck Expre'ss Vice President Mark J. Ryan. necessary to paign for the Morning" the retreating Germans no rest, but and Mr. Ogden, tho nomineo for carry on their funds Recording Secretary Lawrenc A work during the PIANO MOVING SPECIALT1 HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE D. Me any. to harass them at different points Congress, were present as members coming year. Tho president's de231 West Green Street LOUISVILLE PROVLSION CO. Financial Secretary Thomas J bo as to prevent the concentration of that order. Mr. Ogden in an cision was communicated to ChairHome Phone City 9130 Langan, 734 West Oak street. Incorporated indicato address laid stress on what a grand man Raymond D. Fosdick, of the DIspatchesi of reserves. Treasurer- - John F. Burke. Camp AcHome City 2803 Sergeant-at-Arm- s that the old Hlndenburg line had old American order the society was. Commission on Training public the Bernard Mul- tivity, who in making go overseas, being in France slnco doon. been pierced at one point with the but failed to explain REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY why mem- President's letter Wednesday night November, He Sentinel M. J. McDennott. of likelihood that the whole lfnff would bers of our Allies now fighting with announced that the campaign would last 164th Infantry, Is a member loihe which was FRED HORNUNG.JR. be rendered untenable as a perma- us are barred from membership or be conducted during the week be cated In England for a while, and ray, an old and respected resident of ginning Novemher 11, and that the local friends heard from him be- the West End, succumbed PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING to nent shelter for the defeated, foe, why, tho Junior Order summons " American people would be asked to 712 AVest Jefferson Street On the greater part of the battle candidates for the Board ot Educa give $170,500,000 to the organiza- fore the holidays. Ho is a son of Brlght's disease at his home, 2126 sirs. Mary Broderlck, of 1006 Zane West Main street. Born In Ireland Louisville, Ky. however, the enemy has not tion and askB them if they would tions. The, Houni budget Is divided as Etreet. front, The seventy-fou- r years ago, the greater The. Smoke Or yet reached this line. It will be a vote for a Catholic school teacher rollows: part of his life had .been spent in Y. M. C. A.. $100,000,000. RECENT DEATHS. are open matter of days, or perhaps of weeks, If elected. Our columns this city. He is survived by three FRANK A. OHLMANN DEAD ANIMALS Y. W. C. A., $15".000.000. daughters, Sirs. Martin Daly, Mrs. before It. can be foretold whether for Mr. Ogden's explanation. National Catholic War Council Monday morning tho last solem James Tltts and Mrs. Alex. Arnold; HIGHEST CASH PRICES .PAID I 000 East Franklin Street tho present retreat will 'be continued (Including work of Knights of rites were said over a son, Thomas A. Murray. Funeral RATION THE GASOLINE. Knights of Columbus and special Peter Exner, beloved the remains of services and requiem mass were Call Home to lines near the French border. Phone City 721: husband of GROCERmS AND FRESH MEATS war activities of women), $30,000,-00- Emma Exner and a highly esteemed held Wednesday morning at St Cumb. Phono Main 721. There is a tendency to exaggeraWith all due respect to the Fuel member of St. ftlartin's church, who Cecilia's church. tion In our American papers, tho Administration, tho discontinuance Cumb. Main 967-LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Jewish Welfare Board, $3,500,-00- had long resided at 821 East MadiTrue' Voico notes, which may build of automobile riding on Sunday son street. He had a wide acquaint The death of Mrs. Bridget Mona-haAmerican . Library Association, ance and many relatives mourn his LOUISVILLE up false hopes In our people only to seems to be a little unfair to the SAVINGS Phono City 4131 aged sevonty, on Monday after- SOUTH 3.500,000. death. noon at her home, '316 West Mag' have these hopes dashed later on. workingman, who has only that day BERNARD FENZ AND DEPOSIT BANK War Camp Community Service, nolia avenue, is the third in her The German retreat 13 not yet a for pleasure rldjng,. while It works! $15,000,000. t, family within the past four months. EVERYFOR YOUR GROCERIES MrB. Mary O'Neill, aged Fourth and Central Avenue rout, and we must recognize that no hardship on. tho rich man who Salvation Army, $3,500,000. THING THE MARKET AFFORDS away Wednesday Her husband, Patrick Monahan, died passed enemy is still can go' any old day in the week. The Joint drVvo avoids many diffi- morning at St.. Anthony's Hospital, May 21, and William Monahan, Promptness and Satisfaction on tho defensive the Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings a powerful. The victory won by the Tho feasiblo plan wjould be to ra- culties and makes for united effort not being able to stand, tho shock son, was the victim of a German Deposits. A General Banking Busi 441 East St. Catherine good of the 'soldiers. for the of an operation following a stroke bullet in Franco on Juno 17. Sur- ness Transacted. Allies in turning back tho great of- tion the gasoline just like wo do of apoplexy. She was the beloved viving her are two daughters, Misa J. E. SCHWARTZ fensive ot the German army and sugar. PIFTH LARGE CLASS. wife of Charles J. O'Neill, 304 Monahan and Mrs. Caskey, Home Phone City 2845 forcing a costly retreat over the preparations are being North 'Eighteenth street, and besides and a son, James Monahan. Great The Highland Park, Kyv Back yoiu own with th&bond made by the local Knights of her husband loaves two children. funeral was held "Wednesday mornground gained in the great, rushed RATn'S CAFE GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS plaee yesterday ing from St. Philip Narl church. Columbus for the initiation of new The funeral took . a few months ago is reason enough you own, members Into Louisville Council on morning with internwnt In St. Louis VEGETABLES, ALL KINDB FEife for reJoielnr without arousing base- AUJB, F. RATH, Proprietor cemetery. Ther separate sleeves are made of Sunday, September Bon't be a miser and we'll lick make the fifth" lanre 23. This will Home Phone Parkway 350 leas expectations. We have only1 muslin, pongee'' o" class initiated iven coarse : 4&1 15aet Jefferson Street Cumb. Phone South 2255-Monday afternoon Patrick Muj- - lace. Into ihe order here this year. escaped from a 'great danger and the Kaiser 731-78- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley have made conipatatlvely secure our vital ' returned l from a visit to relatives ilssc-urv positions in, France tnus lar. tho work of driving the Germans back Miss Alice Harrlgan was the week beyond their own borders and fore- - end guest of Miss Rose Oechell at lng a victorious peace Is still ahead St. Matthews. ot us. Ultimate victory is now cor- Mr. Mra. Albert stigers. of tain. But we must not expect it In Portland, are home from a delight- a few weeks or a few months. The ful visit at Mayfleld. 17 .', battles of the past few weeks are M'ss Josephine Shelley has re- only the prelude to the great drive turned from 'Cincinnati, where shr that will be launched later on. It nttended a house party. GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS 370 Baxter Avcnno ,, Y. I I 03f&MJjfaViTV VwrwarYtv. 4ir-4- M-- WVWtVWVVVWVVtVWWWViivVW - J, J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. DENTIST - e, 900-90- 822 )ast Main, eet. REUTLINGEE FIRE ex-.h- ls 'S h0'l'IIIa4H8"WM'W"M"MMM DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT GUNN'S J man-pow- Pimeral Directors AAAArf1-M-4-M-M"C-i- and Embalmers er BOTH rIIOC12si. I Sec.-Trea- s. ln-th- ls - GRAN JtttCtCWl'v W. SON SMITH'S and - Funeral Director Embalmer I I 014-02- 214-21- teeCr94WM well-know- n v. JOHN M. SCHMITT first-bor- man-pow- er - ROBERTSO I . al Shee-han- R08-51- ESTATE HBMHrKib , TicgMQKms BREVA" , 0. 0. A n, forty-eigh- ' Y JKZKTFXJOKTir IRISH AMBRICA. RALLY AROUND THE FLAG AND SUPPORT YOUR UNCLE SAM PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT "Industry plays as essential and honorable a role in this great struggle Vc as do our military artruments. all recognize the truth of this, but we must also see its necessary implicationsnamely, that industry, doing a vital task for the nation. nwt receive the support and assistance of the "Therefore, I . . nation." solemnly urge all employers engaged in war work to refrain after August ist, igi8, from recruiting unskilled labor in any manner except through this central agency The U S. Employment Servicel. 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 alikr 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 of a is the spontaneous free people." WOODROW WILSON. Each One of Us Must Do The Work He Can Do The Best. HON. WOODROW WILSON. STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN! yl THOUSANDS OF MEN WANTED By Patriotic Firms to Help WIN THE WAR! FOR GOVERNMENT WORK FOR Nashville, Term. DuPont Engineering Company, Mason and Hanger Company, Nashville, Tenn. John Griffiths & Son C o m p a n y , stithton, Ky. Apply U. S. Employment Service, S25 West Market Street, Louisville, Ky. Officially Authorized by Pratt Dale, State Director. . a. This Is An Opportunity For You, 4 Every Minute Wasted May Costfa SOLDIER'S LIFE. Mr. Workinman, To Do , Your sX Bit. ' CALL TODAY! Jreimme jb nenmr tft, .l"t r if r nr i i r an iJfc i Z! -' A .. hi&J&L I in -- ! S. --i'vv -: . HK' n. F M HERMAN STRAUS SONS tffl We Qivc and Redeem Gold Trading Stamp. SCHOOL SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT J $2,811,000 Saved By The Public ville Gas and Electric Company brought in natural gas is a solid and substantial fact. 1 Store for School Clothes Yes, the RIGHT STORE for Boys' and Children's School Clothes and everything is ready here for the fall season. Boys' Suits, Shirts, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes Hosiery and Footwear for Misses 1 TPHE SAVING in dollars and cents by the people because the Louis- - $6,45 $7.45 $10 I White Shirts I 60c and Blouses 1 This saving was accomplished in two ways first by serving gas much richer in heat units and by reduction in the price. The actual difference in cost to the public may be estimated by comparing the actual revenues received from the sales of all gas used in Louisville during the first four months of natural gas service with the same four months of the preceding year, and then applying the percentage of saving to the whole period. Here are the figures: Month TOTAL COST OF GAS TO PUBLIC. TO GO WITH THESE SUITS Itcforc Xntimil Gils, 11)13 $ 84,456.00 After Natural Gius, 1014 $ 01,250.00 79c $1.00 Mnruh and Children! .- -. April May .Tunc . . ; ! New Lines of White and Colored Diets Goods and Laces for Girls' school wear. ..... . s 81,534.00 84,502.00 80,557.00 $331,139.00 43,743.00 40,563.00 42,757.00 $188,313.00 Complete stock, large varieties, and always superior values. BOYS' :: rvi Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 65c; rxvx ctjp , a oerrEB xwoww tkat isQTTA1ITT. po its JOKCJKT Importer K. I. A. M, mxjIv3l,oy and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. 313 W. MAJUEZT ST. C9TTZSTXXAS, XT. Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. Liberty Insurance Bank ft 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. Club limited to 1.000 members. HARVEY-JELL1C- 0 (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. Xs. i DISTRIBUTORS OF THE As natural gas was not turned on until March 14, 1914, the saving was not so great in that month as later. The amount saved by the public during the first four months of natural gas service was 43 per cent of the former bills. A saving of 43 percent means nearly cutting gas bills in two. As the result of serving better gas at a lower price, the use of gas steadily increased. Every additional use of gas represents a saving compared with other fuels; otherwise it would not have been employed by the public. During the four years and four months beginning with April I, 1914, and ended with July 31, 1918, the total gross revenues of the Company from gas sales were $3,727,092.00. The cost of the same service under the conditions and prices prevailing before the merger would have been not less than $6,538,758.00. If the public had not used natual gas they would have used substitutes more costly than gas since March 14, 1914. Therefore the minimum savingto the people of Louisville, on this basis, has been not less than $2,811,665.00 since natural gas was brought in. If the steadily increased pricesjof coal during this period are to be taken into account the maximum jsaving to the public has been much greater. o4 4xSj .i '.,.; 'fife . The Comoanv has charced $3,727,092.00 for eras suppliedfduriniz the 4 year period, out of which 'aflf expenses of reriderihg'the ' 1 J. 1 service must ue paiu, ana has saved its customers not 1 ess thian $2,811,000.00. LEWS f? STORB-THIR- D FLOOR :: k e.t at tm i k d NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE . u.1 . w4 Ar. .; w..i Cor. Fifth and Slarkot Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 Three Per Cent. Interest Paid On Time- Deposits James B. Brown President Henry J. AngermeIerVlco President James J. Hayes .Vice President C. M. S. Hebel Vice President John S.J Akors .............Cashier Oscar A. Block .Asst. Cashier A. P. Ramser. Asst. Cashier .. 't ' -- ! I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA tiU -3 'V ,.. WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. rlcfienna, Distiller, Fairfield, fly. nOLLENllAOn'S WINE HOUSB THE PHIL. HOLLKNBAOH INCORPOIU.TK) Karl A. Hollenbacb, Prop. Importer and Dealer in Distillers Of WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street Home Phono 1191 OLD FORTUNA "HOLLKNBAOH" 828 W. Mala St. OO1 High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal $6.65 Heme Phone Shawnee SOO Place your next order with us. PER TON. If this is not a distinct and valuable public service, not understand the meaning, of the word. HALFORD ERICKSON Vice I do Terms cash. Comb. Phone West 0203 President Park and Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE. 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. BRUBN'S 3 INOORrORAYBD Louisville Gas ancj Electric Co. INCORPORATED I C&j l i JWS1L?T HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the East Week General News Notes! SWISS 03LVE AJS TBI AZI LOUISVTLIm t ORirciC DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT JL t8?e)4e JL SOUR MASH PURE RYB LoalsrUle, Ky. J YB:ES KENTUCKY j LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. S 8.50 These tires are all first ffnara&teed PI. Cl 8.95 stock, with name and serial number atCl. Thermold Wa. CL 10.96 tached. Thermoid PI. (0x3 We solicit a call to Inspect onr stook lt.26 Thermold PL gs 12.95 at both stores. Thermold Ns. Ss Mx3 PHONES Main Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, 40 S. FITTK BT. Main 1039 Retail Branch Incorporated ST. 606 80x3 S0x3 Thermoief atyoi Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the hose brightest; the work Where lightest; Where the weal U eooked beat; Where the range stands the where "Quick Meal" eomee II irBSSSflBBn' "Jtoe test la. QittkMtal Gaa Riusges Sold, Installed and Highly Rteomassais real fan; Where baklBg giree light; Where dredge la rat e sight where the That's "Quick Meal" doBe; cooking; Whore Where work U anlcMj seewi ICY. Division 3 will meet 'next Friday A complete lino of Furnltnro at prices that nro always the lowest. evening. Division 4 la (preparing to change Satisfaction guaranteed. its quarters, their present hall be"As Netr to You as tbe Nearest Phone'1 ing needed for school purposes. State President MissLuIa Hur-Covington, was here this FUNERAL FLOWERS jihy, of a visit to the Ladles' Auxweek on iliary. "One Liberty bond In the hand of A Special Spray $3.00 each member" Is the slogan of the A Special Wreath $5.00 Ladles' Auxiliary for the coming campaign. 'Edmund J. Rice, President of Division 34, is the Democratic nominee for Judge of the Municipal " Court in Chicago. I Mrs Mary Arthur, Indianof M IK HMfR fHQP y apolis, addressed the Ladies' Tuesday evening on the subject of funeral insurance. We telegraph Flowprs Everywhere Dave Roiliy is enjoying his annual vacation by taking in the chicken shows at the State Fair. Tho real chickens, he says. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Omaha gave a picnic complimentary to tho Funeral Directors selected men of the High School. More than 100 men attended the Aur-illar- LOUISVIIXE,. 426 W.MARKET o W 1 BEER NONE BETTER i NONE PURER SMOKE Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, ? Sure.!; I TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A J. 5c Best Home City 1389 , TWVWVwTWvi BOTH PHONES Cutnh. Atnjn 1389 Gears Made 2 PAST BREWING INCORPOTtATKP UUi H. BOSSESON and Embalmers. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING W.Ctrner Fourth asa Jefferson FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I oupyui. GEHER & SON, K. J. lANNIIf, TtttiML 215 W. MARKET ST. and RIO FKHR A.'VB5PCU Tlefhce lOfss. SlT mfit9'9t9t1kMmmmmAmmMmmmm Pru. Tr. ri HaMgw. P. BANNQN, JR., Ytei yosr boys sa ednotlon tint propaxs tarm lor uie. John M. Riley, Preslaent of Division 3, says ho has another reason why Uncle Sam won't draft him. N. The reason is a little girl Just two weeks old. wll) The National Board of the La- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W, Broadway, XKiaJsTtUs, Xy. Conducted by the X&veriau Brothers. Classical, Sctentiflo and Business Courses. Preparatory Department, Larin Bwimmlngr Pool, Well Equipped Qymna- slura. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin. Dlr. IIP. 1 Uvnr ak BANNON Calvert Pipe, BsameB's PIPE CO. rateat Liilded tit ttii, ZZZZSM ripe lor steam Cenaaits, Wall CeplB, Draia Tile, Vitrified BricK, UOWIilNO GHEK. Flae Fire Brlcll Uni, aad Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chiaaey Teas. Grate 573-1786- VOBK9-Tfcirts- OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. , CUMB. MAIN S07, PHONES CITY BreoklariCs) mni Ninth amd MaHli. mui rth Paul Sullivan, of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, and Miss Tereea Spugnardl, daughte of Yin- vent Spugnardi, a merchant of Bowling Oreen, were married at St. Joseph's church there Saturday morning by the Rev. Father T. J. Hayes. They left on a bridal trip to Chii?. dles' Auxiliary has unanimously ngreea mat "commencing with Oc- legrswlfz sd Abrml NKj SctottMcar Treated Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common tober 1, 1918, wo create in our naOr. Uriah Z. Lltsey treasury a national funeral tional Dae to the treat demand we are sow BOTTLING COMMON benefit fund. The fund Is to be ORVvJIik. . Chiropodist aad It you have tried the rest get the BEST. ks started on the volunteer plan and 507 PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. of every membor is the Starks sought to make this possible. Each BtullIlBt President is asked to enroll as many Both Pbo.--rr IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE members of her division as she possibly can in this funeral benefit SACRED HEART RETREAT. fund. The requirements for membership are each member will be A professed class required to make a contribution of of students $4 to the fund, the amount to be from the Sacred Heart Retreat has SATISFIES THAT LONGING. paid on the death of a member to left here, some to go to St. Louis be $250." All irho are now mem and some to St. Pauh Kan. In bers, regardless of age, will have their place a class of nreparatory the privilege rof joining without I (students came here, from Cincinnati XMOORPOXATBD medical examination nnti! October to enter the Passionist novitiate at PHONE CrTY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, iBacrea Heart Retreat. 1. . vfl CORNS.BUNIONS Falls City Beer t ''''sBsBa,r- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. 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