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Both PtKMS 432 Kentucky Irish American 12. men have been ICE CREAM 430 S. UiiJlilh St. Wholesale and Retail Hpme Phoue City 7075. V HARMON'S VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918. the PRICE FIVE CENTS. American CAMP NEWS at Camp Taylor for, several months and their places will iprobably be filled from headquarters during the coming paBt INTO REST week. Cardinal John M. Farley Sue Colored Troops Arc Entertained "'" cuihbed to : Pneumonia , at Knights of Columbus nu. nninrr sraiioneo ax ouuuiiiu Tuesday - Building. and Father Lenihan at building No. ,' , wjio were bjiiiuiiomuucu m "" training school, havo reported for jveny service at tins camp, 5. Chaplains Lenihan and. Kelly, '). were consistentlyi things ho const evils current theatricals. Sal) Socialism. It was rather, oicn and money ran Archblshon displayed great at certain the greatest rorce. immoral desecration and veled Btshop O'Donaghue and Father Foley on Inspection Tour of Camps. Five Secretaries of Local Crew This gives tho Knights of Columbus four priests permanently located nere. The work of the Queen's Daugh ters on Sunday morning at the camp has grown to be such a large umiprtnkini; that the ladles in Last charge are almost swamped. Rimrinv hreakfast was served to six different 280 soldiers at tno you consider I Was One of Most Distinguished i Prelate of- the Catholic - I Church. Enter Service! of Uncle Sam; START AT ST1THT0N bring It out to tho camp, from building to building, reallzo how laborious their but the appreciation of the SECRETARIES that these good ladles prepare this breaKiast at nome ana traveling you will work is, In "i8 n" "'. Mueh Toil "With No Little Hardship. " "'" a "manager of at tho Cardinal highest. 'Ho or in carrying out his plans forjjthe founding of uatnonc instuuuuwB ana in iusier- Uning those alreadxlartablished. der his adminiatifiUon six or sewn new chuTches VsaBi built in the New York diocesTvery year, homo. missions were extended and trains rnavide In donations tor all- - church purposes. When he every went to Rome,t.fikhe did other year, he esSried Avlth him an offerlnir of Petefiwfcpence that has V phe-nnninn- nl ao? dVo ACTIVITIES men uniform amply repays them. NEEDED. rntrun Ur inC tinr. rrmir rniLHU nr Tiir WAd lilUL The Knights of Columbus activities lor colored soldiers at building No. 2 are carried on on a most extensive scale by the three Secretaries located there, assisted by prominent colored citizens from On Thursday night of Louisville. last week a musical and literary by was presented entertainment Messrs. Allen, Powell and Duerson, supported- - by the Misses Patterson, Davis and Meyers, all from Louisville, who entertained for an hour and a half. On Friday evening at this same building at least 4,000 soldiers listened with much enjoyment to the melodies of the United States Quartermaster's Band, which was at its best on tills occasion. Saturday afternoon, under the direction of Secretary Lane, the 'Company of the 814th Seventy-firRegiment defeated the Sixth Company of the same regiment in a field baseball game at the athletic buildbehind Knights of Columbus building No. 2. The men at this for athletic ing are very strong their boxing entertainment and bouts furnish amusement at all times. It is very gratifying to the KnlghtA of Columbus Committee at New Haven to find that the work among the colored troops is such a s fcUCCCSS. Almost every night in the week hospital the nurses from the base Knights ' travel all the way to the auditorium on the of Columbus acPoplar Level road to enjoy thevery They were tivities there. , rromlnent at the big boxing show - ... Ifc given JastKfeeki., A. i. '.$&,, st - Wednesday night Past Grand Knight J. William Klapheke gave a very Interesting report on his recent visit to tho Liberty convention of tho Knights of Columbus at New The greatest need at the York. present time is for Secretaries to take up the Knights of Columbus work in France, tho difficulty being to get men who are over tho draft The war work age for of tho Knights of Columbus during the past year has been the principal means of increasing its membership The War Activities Com26,583. mittee reported that they had sent to France the following articles for the benefit of the soldiers there, everything being given to them free of cost. Five thousand dollars wero invested in candy, $14,000 In cigars, $13,750 in cigarettes. 22,000 beef cuhes were sent over for the or condensed men, C0.000 cans milk, 196,000 packages of chewing gum, 20,000 cakes or soap, 2,500 towels and 8,600 graphaphones. At the present time there are 211 Secretaries woVklng in France and ninety-thre- e on their way over. h as many as This Is about are needed. Mr. Klapheke spoke of the report of Joseph Scott, of California, who visited France, saying that their hospital, which was built to accommodatel.500 men, had 2.180 In It at the time he was there. The chaplain at this place heard 554 confessions In two days. This hospital was located close to the firing line. Mr. Scott said that hn lmrt spun the men who were suf fering from the effects of gas and that it was a terrible siht to wit- this-servic- e, avenue, dlrectlyffjRfolnd the CatheAudience. dral on Fifth sjjsiue. Here, surrounded by hlsAlficlal household, di nnnn ne Hved a simpl but busy life, ap-t- x tiy auties, rUUnrlded between INGRATITUDE problems and THE PICKPOCKETS Diicauoii 10 ci recreation to ilt. He was known among friends as a Cardinal FarlR. lived In the klnn nn lATndlsnn arh!nnlannsil Saf one-fift- Cardinal John M. Farley, Archof New York and one of the great leaders or the American Catholic hierarchy, died Tuesday night at his country home - at Mamaroneck, where ho was stricken with pneumonia. The .aged prelate had been sinking rapidly since he suffered a relapse last Saturday and It was evident that the end was near. At his bedsldo wore three New of doctors, Bishop Hayes, York; Monslgnor Carroll, the Cardinal's private secretary; Vicar General Lavello and Monslgnor Mooney. "The end came peacefully and beautifully," said Bishop Hayes. Several priestB In the room, who were saying prayers for tho dying, wero unaware that death had come until the physicians stepped back from the bed. John Murphy Farley, Archbishop of New York, was created and proclaimed a Cardinal of the Roman church November 27, Catholic 1911, At the time that the late Pope Pius X. named Archbishop O'Con-nel- l, of Boston, and Diomede Apostolic Legate at Washington, also as members of the gacred College. When 'he sailed for Rome to have the red hat conferred upon him at a formal conand sistory 25,000 men, women n thorchildren lined tho oughfare from St'. Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth avenue' to the water demon front. An even greater stration was accorded the new nrtnna of tho nhiirMi when he re- ...... V. bishop Fal-conl- American Can dignitaries fro!! country, tho fw next Tuesday' ,v,n. i. erva. from xrt came the first? New York. Tho remalngl were removed pal resldenco Attended by charming host one time or ar Cardinals and nersons in andl In connection! fo the Cardinals as is customarvi dlnals, titular a tho churches ofl was the Sancbn at entertained several of the ly distinguished it of the church. Ith his elevation lln 1911 ho took, ith nil (f centuries f the i, ision of one of me. His church Ha Snnra Mln- - the Car-- s itholic Bishop of ago Cardinal v tn the enlsco- INew York City. two surviving and Oa'tholic bisections of the ti vv.... alng at St. 8T. ANN'S. Avni ne nem Pat- - FLAGS o, the service iwi Tomorrow aft the blessing ofj glorious Stars'-Ann's church tho church kvw Davles. It WH renlete with?" hlehest orderl Seventh and aa gala event, fttinm of thn gall brancses of an at 3 o'clock Ifeervice flag and Stripes of St. take place on fat cross-tow- the lnterestingl John T, Hill,, Ann', will 'pr of nrlests fra iyastor tand a number iremony. ai Rev. of St. training schoora Taylor will h( their iiresent parade around r3 school ehlldr t tafhc-rliia- r . mm&-lJ2m- L " " Sergt. Clifford Cheney, of Fire Track Company No. 2, was married to Miss Florence Adams, or L'ouisville, a member of St. Elizawas beth's parish. v performed at the No. 5 building of the Knights of Columbus on Grant by Father and Poplar Level road 'beautifully The altar was Fealy. decorated with flowers for the occasion, and quite a tew friends of tbe brido were present. Tho bride worn a very becoming white gown ana beauty veil and carried American roses. The attendants at the wedding were Corporal Mark Cronan and Patrick McGovern. On Sunday morning at "the auditorium Private Bernard Sinnot and Miss Annie O'Brien, both of Petersburg, Ind., were married by Chapbeing lain Barrett, the attendants James Sinnot, brother of the groom, o'clock Tlio-cerem- coming year, and they will rled on on a much larger scale heretofore, berthan - mVsjW4Wv .t..iJ, nr rnrnpnI'll. iulk. t.....o. 1 i 'n .TtfMgaiwk -- t jiuhait .1 f . ,,jfietV. ,lilm. 'tMMMeh l912 iw the chanlains' tCamp Zachary occasion with will be a thtt DESERVE HOME SUPPORT. Some observers think that the mnat MinrnntarlRtlft thlntt about the American soldiers In France, somc-Hiithe enemv which astounds and excites the admiration of our allies, is the capacity of tho American soldiers to do Individual thinkilKhtlnjr. ing and Tho German In mass fights successfully only formation, In organized Domes, while orcrv American soldier has of nn initiative and independence action which gives him remarkable They efficiency ' In open fighting. are not senseless cogs, out eaon is an Individual working unit in a ni . " Every great fighting machine. an entire American at home should feel his the responsibility and do 9 o'clock Individual congregation after the or her Individual part in winning mass. is Ricnt HeV. me war. mere can nui uu aiuchCndirlnv nftnrnnnn not helD win by n.in nitlzen who , T,bertv loaa Bishop O'Donaghue, accompanied Vicar General Foley, or wh, h b Ins Seplember 28. dr, and Chaplain Barrett made a tour onoortunlty for con- .r. .i -nf tho camn. inspecting me jvuisuuj rxriKd iiitiiiiii nun ilji- i.u...i..i ui -" . it. . ... luumuuai . of Columbus buildings ana tne tremen cnooi. aiier .....,, !f P!ieh American will chaplains' training. theVouncl that "a" do his or her individual part as Iookcu over onrh American Boldler in France ColLbtCtactIvitIes The doe. bta.part. Our soldiers deserve there. -- "- i vvi- " pnmmltlpn at New Haven. Conn., are i: save tho church nome. findeavorlne to property at Stithton, with a view to DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. using It for war work activities, nmi irrnniTflmpntB io this effect are onnnnv nftornnnn n tirn- -being made by Bishop oonagnue. tno unilnary organization or..Z uaugn- Tho Bishop is very mucn interested ers of Isabella was effected at an in ihA war work of the Knights of and makes many trips to Pen meeting at the Knights of nfo Mmr o keen in touch with the Columbus Hall, more than ninety women signifying tneir aesire nrv ....io nn cSntiirrtftv tilEht PrlvatO Balnes. by Mrs. John of the Field Artillery Replacement Ins a short address national of was baDtlzed by Chaplain W. Treck, ror Inldanapolls, detailing the society, TCle training school, Sec- - organizer . ...unVi,.m tho work of the Indianapolis . I.i: temporary branch, tho following nfHnv i" meet of the offlcera wero eieciea: Chairman, Tho flrst bin athletic Secretary. Miss Mrs. season was held at tho Knights of Agnes Arbegust; Treasurer, Miss B. DIgnan; rviinmhnB auditorium on Friday night, when hoxers from Indianap- Cahill. Application was made ior week, tho charter a charter olis came here to meet the local niA.Mtwi.o1i1n this n laff nnnn fnr- A. . 4rk It.1AM -. . V.rtat SSIrln Ul scrappers. The bouts were held In ulsiuuviBuiy sixty " v.. ,.jv seconu (JliriSII UU II1U XiUBl OIUU nf HUH uays. perod 01 Y,ork, where a priest's life was ono the main auditorium of tho Knights open meeting will he held at the or constant ton ana not a nine of Columbus, under the direction of K. of C. Hall next Monday evening Capt. Jones and Packey McFarland, at 8 o'clock. At this meeting the of the The principal event of the evening details of organization will be com- himself capablepeople. greatest sac-a He was rlftce for his bed . exhibition was a Daughters of Isabella tween Jack Dillon, former light- pleted. Theto effect for the Cath- exeat friend of the poor, and it became a neighborhood saying that and Sergeant Is expected what weight- champion, the Knights of no man ever went hungry If Father Hugh Ross, of Camp Taylor. The olic women has effected for tho taney Knew it. auditorium was packed and jammed Columbus , social and Vsplrltual men, unity In 1884 Pope Leo XIII. appoint to Its utmost capacity, and all of aims In the of family being obtained film a nrlvato chamberlain, and Jlis the events were greatly enjoyed by by between the two tltlo then became Monslgnor. In tho soldiers and many civilians who organizations. 1891 he was annotated Vicar Gen journeyed from tho city to ceo thiB oral of tho archdiocese of New Rev. high class entertainment. York, In 1892 domestic prelate of APPOINTS PRIESTS. Chaplain 'Barrett acted as director In . 1895 Apoetollc Pope Leo, and master of ceremonies. Archbishop Glennon, of St. Louis, Prothonotary, and in tho same On Tuesday night a minstrel show was given under the auspices of has appointed a committee of three yoar Auxiliary Bishop under ArchYork. Director Lloyd, of the Fosdick Com- priests to serve In promoting the bishop Cprrlgan, of New death On In loan In Catholic Archbishop Corrlgan's' Fourth A number of entertainers fihiirohorj. Liberty mission. TTIr Grace will the of the "Smart Set" were on n.i. .u i tro Vio ' .nnimllfon n lotrer Hkelv 1902 the clergy and the Bishops . . :.. in hn ' WU1D PI AUtlVAll UUOUUUUUD til Din, ana tne anair was very uip n"". .""., of 11: for the appointment of Bishop class. The buck and wing dancing .read In the servicesadvise the various, . .V nhnriOina anil jw He was and standi Farley as his successor. oi tnepa .ji soiuien wns ap,..uuu - n.in r":r - vr - r -, "" -onrt in appointed, and4 from the first he 'atsrl a In. a During this week Ave Secretaries support the Government. The com- proved himself He master Irl a church great government. Rev, J, J. was not of the loal crew entered the serv-le- mittee appointedt are pastor St. Rose's church; tpeaker, so far as oratorical ability or Uncle Sain, which again cuts had a awrn th force worklBi; here to Rev, H. S. KUter, pastor of St. was concerned, although heone, wet voice and a stroBs; thirtMB men. The SecretariesShin-alc- Llborius' church, and Rev. Patrick his sermons and addressee were but InD. O'ConMr, of the Iminaeulatc. are Seharfenbrser, They teresting and convincing. Convey, Lee and fikeaus. These Concsptlon churoh. and Miss Mary Mackey. ding was witnessed by Thi3 wed- w"S. -- . ul-- u - ";"" " '"""' -- e;.."n t?.i,,. tribute and heard a Jewish pronounce a benediction, rejoicing that tho days of bigotry were over. He was born April 20, 1842, at County Hamilton, Newtown Armagh. Ireland, the son of Philip and Catherine (Murphy) Farley. His father was an Innkeeper. Both parents died when tho boy was only Seven years old, and he was left largely to make his own way. Ho succeeded in getting a fair education at St. Macartan's, a college In the neighborhood of his home, a and ho proved to be not only hrllllnnt nlnrlenf hut a tinnular one. for ho was known a.s the comedian of his class and a peacemaKor Through the among his fellows. auspices of an undo he came to New York and continued his education at St. John's College, Ford-haand at St. Joseph's Seminary. Troy, M. Y. Four more years he In spent at tho American College Rome, Italy, and was ordained as a priest there June 11, 1870 to this country he i?- -t . .i,ij 4i. as assistant rector of St. peters, .New ungnion, aiaien 'foinn,i in Mow .. vorif hnrhnr. 'run ".U.MUU, ... vigor and anility no displayed in the tnISi his flr8t nrork, attracted attention oi Cardinal Archbishop t, CU3U)d4 him on lr..m-- .i a no S"u,"BJi: "uu The young J.1U. tB nia secretary. Father pariey ueid this post ror twelve years, almost dp to the time of the Cardinal's death. This secretarial (ntlmacy with the first American to 00 eievaxeu iu iuu vchujuuiuib uiuu ft great inriuence on Father Farley. He imblbed much of the gentleness of splr,t and pialn habits of life whlch were characteristic of his .nnerlor. and after Cardinal Mc- cioskey's death ho eulogised him in a Btory of hIs ufe. while serv- McCloskey, mg under Cardinal pathcr Farley was also rector of gt, Gabriel's, a populous arid poor -- .'in et PAtxIHc's. For ten days the .ovation to the new Cardinal continued in many forms, including a great .public demonstration at tno Hippodrome arid a dinner at which Cardinal Farley heard pay him nis Protestant brethren fo? .t ah.1 of their friends that was ever witnessed on tho grounds Is expected. When tne service nag is raised fnrtvRlr tifnra "wlll renresent the quota of gallant young men who have leu tno parisn ranns to ngnt rabbi for the noblo cause of democracy. NAMES FATHER RILEY. Tho ' lai0.fek! tif the Tiarlah neonle and olra tfSSH .t.on .ra ,.. '" -- .,i .- f--x. -- three-roun- Plfht "Rav. nlahnn O'Donaehue has appointed the." Rev. John H. nllpv fnr Tho'"nnnt twelve vears Btatloned at Sholbyyllle, to the pas torate or st. trances or uome church In Clifton, made vacant by tlio death of Rev. Thonias White. The announcement occasioned regret at Shelbyvllle,' where Father Riley's popularity with all classes was attested at the celebration In January or last year of the tenth nnniversary, of his pastorate anniversary of and the twenty-fift-h his ordination as a priest, un tnat with Prnteslnntn vied Catholics In doing him honor at tho greatest testimonial evor accorded a clergyman of any denomination in that community, the Governor of tho State presiding at the banquet which was given by tho nttfvnna it whlrh many other distinguished men were .n.nvara i,,. tjiiv win hid farewell' to his Shelbyvllle congre- gaiion janu irnsnua luiuunuw uuu win nt- mine taKft un nis new cnarce ".' " HELP VISITATION HOJIE. rnlift ImltAd Wl Vlio linrl nf "fllA .. w lug 1UUIVQ nt w.av Visitation Home. lor Girls win give a card party at tno uyior woiei next Wednesday afternoon . and evening at 2:30 and 8 p. m. This party win e given lor tno Deneui ui mo umiump, iuuu ui uis .....-- . Bridge, five hundred and other games will be played, and tickets will bo fifty cents. There will be features a number of attractive during the evealmg and a large at- tendance has Deen arranged for. The Visitation Home has earned fl pastors patronage and wide recommend throughout Kentucky the home to girts of their parish tnliA fnmn 4e IjOlllRVllle, for WOrk tVJ nuu The entertainment will De ono or mo iirsi bujimj wwaiu. acfivtiy " tho most enthusiastic workers In the now home project are membors Club. of SU, Helen's sin-core rrtM-rili1l- rt -- fcfw DOUGLAS PARK RACES. Of Thn nnniial fall meetlne rniiirln Parlf .TnrkfiV Olnh will be gin next Monday afternoon, and If -- ... -- CCItl-l- ng -- i...ij 11 .ii the attendance asd interest at Lexington Is a criterion the meeting at Douglas Park w.lll he a big sucManager John Hachmelster cess. lee Qard and eomo has arranged of tho best handicap horses In the country will take art. The meeting will last six days and will especially be a treat to the many soldier boys at Camp Zachary Taylor, who loak forward to a near 4sw of Kentucky racing. TAtTK e. Mc-Glyn- n, k, Jerome Connor, the Washington sculptor, has rksatrsd a commission to design tfca H40rial to be erected In Washlnctott) to the Nuns of the BatttensM. Itj 4s to toe finished in 19X0. TWO YEARS. blage. Now. here's tho joke of It all. police station district The Sixth is tho homo of the raiders and BISHOP MULDOON IS CHAIRMAN came Into fame recently by being crap game next door to a big raided by the Commonwealth detectives, and last Friday, SeptemCatholic participation in the work ber 15, the following appears in National Republican Chairman the official Police Bulletin: "Scrgt. or preparing for tho united war William Hays Is coming to Ken- Welding nml Officer Merrlflehl re- works campaign of November 11-1- 8 tucky next week In answer to an port, tho robbery of Louis Autz' has already been actively begun. half-pinCampaign headquarters for tho NaS. O. S. call from the Republicans Kiiloon, in which six dozen nf whisky and" some money were tional Catholic War Work Council o. here, who have been trying, to saloon is located at have been opened at 124 East lire into the Dr. Bruner can- tnken." Autz's tho Sixth Twenty-eight028 Magnolia street, New York. didacy for senator. The Republi- district station street and the street, Dlshop h Muldoon, or Is across Rockford, 111., cans In the mountains, where the G31 Magnolia. Lo'okS llko little party Is strongest, are not warming sleuth work Is needed at a home. Chairman of tho Administrative Committee of Bishops, has come to up to the dryer than dust candifunny anglo to tho many New date, while the colored Republicans Another reported' Is that the drive York isfor the period or the robberies and have been bombarding the bosses Louisville Herald, the Bolshevik! headquarters, to be. round daily at where he for having the State headquarters organ, has never mentioned one, stant touch with Bishop is in conHayes, of In the Seelbach Hotel, and made a forgetting its motto of "The truth, York, strong protest against being forced no matter whom it helps or hurts," New chosen with directors and offifor work In tho camto come up on the freight elevator. and they say the Herald printers cers They also served notice that tho have even forgotten how to spell paign, and also as occasion requires with the heads of the other organiCampaign Committee Republican words "burglar" or ".robbery," zations working to make tho drivo must get rid of Green Garrett, of the using them In some time. a success. James J. Phelan, or of notA Winchester, because he spoke End in These are heardgentleman on the East door Boston, and John G. Agar, or New as "niggers." them his front a rapping York, have been appointed to represome of the tangles Hays Is coming and then on the side door the sent the National War Council on try and straighten out, and then Other night and looking out the the to Joint committee, ot which iRay-moagain rumor has it that he wants window saw a Keystoner preparing B. Fosdick is Chairman and to look over tho situation for him- to line out another three-baggwhich Includes R. Mott and George self in preference to taking Mr. with his club. The Keystoner said W. Perkins v. for tho Y. M. C.A things he wanted to know what that light as to how Hert's word Myron T. Herrick for the War Btand. It will be rememhened that was doing in that house at 2 o'clock Camp Community Hert told the Republican National In the morning. The resident said Vanderllp for the Service, Frank A. American Library Committee in 191G that Kentucky he got up to get a drink of water Association and representatives of was debatable ground, the G. O. P. for the baby and asked If It was the sending a 'barrel here, and the re- a crime to have a light. The Key- all To aother allied bodies. campaign sult was that Wilson carried tho stoner then amazed him by saying holds conferences council, which almost daily, by the biggest majority In State that tho Captain had been jerking made up of five members from each Its history. up mo and conductors body, and which with John R. Mott The Republican campaign manrobberies agers are also finding out that about the numerous thero was and as Director General closely superina tends the he Republicans are going to lightthought because of them "gol country, work in all parts of the many it might be one there have been appointed support President Wilson and his derned burglars." Moral: If you Catholic war policies by voting the Demo-- . gljji teglve thebabydrlnk use to represent tho National. FJahssHj .War Council James w A. Til ni . In lAlllwlll.' TTTT'i tw i pa tm. m j. 'isi iiiKMn. vrvwur 'w. jwuj w. fft l E!w 'UmIBMsM Urkla; 1 Joh'a , . ran.,a.c.r-ij-"-ji...-.:L- - G.s,Aaniid --- , mas.:: i t.p-- r- ".'''wctt"'"s tMlnkwe.kwltKaWerir 'pick- Messrs.- '- Flaherty, r'Mulligan and' but not least the worklngman, will pocket robbing one or our Key- Larkln at headquarters assures the be found supporting Swagar Sher-lo- stoners In a picture show on Jef- closest between headbecause many of them have ferson street. That Is on a par with sons at the front and they want taking xandy from children, and the quarters and the Knights ot ColumSherley because President Wilson Ingrate who did that Bhould bo bus everywhere. Larkln Mead represents the National Catholic War wants him. This is especially true punished severely. enjoying on of the worklngman who thinks for a week's harvest atAfter fair he Council and the joint publicity comthe. ho will have tho active himself, and, whether union or non- robs one of his benefactors, who Is mittee, of J. H, Gilmartin, union, he realizes that the Presi- allowing him and his fellow-slickeof the dent deserves support In his war free reign in our midst. They say head service Knights of Columbus news . bureau. policies and also hecause of the to Keystoner reported his The task to which this headquarfact he has done wonders for the detectives and wanted a loss sleuth ters organization addresses Itself Is The local Chilton-Searc- y the the toller. that .of bringing to tho United War machine realizes this and it on the case. Works Committees everywhere the is moving heaven and earth to orBREAKS THE RECORD.. utmost ,that can, bo ganize a faction of the workers, no given by Catholic men and women matter how small, against Sherley, Kentucky State In every parish ot every diocese in The sixteenth the President's friend, but In these Fair came close last States. Bdforo the Important war times the worker Saturday, to a brilliant attendance the United when, united drive was arranged the Y. M. will bo fooled least of all by this passed all previous the records, mark- C. A. had effected an organization' camouflage. a tho services of over Wehave heard from poor old ing the end ofway. successful fair which engaged who will be tho leadevery The financial 67,000 people, near Mayor Smith, of the local week Inwero exceptionally good and ers returns of vastly larger numbers of Bolshevlkl administration, about his expenses with a balance workers as the time for tlio drive opinion of the Board of Trade covered allyear. Co approaches. The 7.000 libraries inCommissioner Committee, who worked on the for next Secretary Kremer are cluded in the American Library Asthankless Job of trying to settle the, hen and , expenses were sociation will be Just that many gas situation and how he (tho neal well pleased, because bethan ever centers of publicity and activity. Mayor) would havo President Wil-co- n a great deal heavier fact to War act on the racing question, but fore, duo list tho nearly that the The strong Camp Community Service was double committees in many of never a word do we hear from him premium last year, and tho money has that the States, and notably in tho pn tho joke Keystone police force, spent of for feature attractions was great cities. These figures give " which Is geting worse all tho time, In excess of any former The also far "Never in the history of some measure of the organization that is If that Is ""possible. years. that needs to State Fair had another record es- Kentucky has a State Fair so em- an additional be built up now that $30,000,000 for tablished for itself In .this connec- phasized and elaborated Its educational Knights of Columbus and other tion, there being more robberies features as has the 1918 fair Catholic war activities have to-- be this year than in all the previous just terminated., and from this raised. country vears of its history, the Important viewpoint tho fair In every parish of the 107 diocpeople being, robbed right and left most been a glorious success," said eses-the Catholic clergy and Cathwhile the Keystone police never ar- has L. Kremer, Secretary. olic laymen and women will take rested a suspected felon during the Fount their full share of tho work of evcold. week and never even caught GOLDEN JUBILEE. ery local Joint committee, and the The old motorman and conductor generosity of the Catholic people boys were only intent on one thing, Joseph will bo as it always is whole-hearte- d The Right and that was In seeing how many Alerdlng, the Rev. Herman Bishop of and unreserved. The plans for this beloved free shows they could get In and will tomorrow aro being carefully how many bags of peanuts and red Fort Wayne diocese, anniversary of worked out and will be made known lemonades they could graft on their celebrate the fiftieth badges. Speaking of badges, thero his ordination to the priesthood. In the proper time and through tho Bishop Alerdlng was horn In New- regular channels. In tho meantime wero two boys Just out of short port, Ky., and received his primary all Inquiries should bo addressed to pants and hardly bigger than the ChrlstI In tho turnstile who flashed badges for education school of Corpus city. He headquarters, 124 East Twenty-eight- h that street, New York. admission at tho gate. The gate- parochial St. Melnrad The keepers knew that wo had some was ordained at county, Ind., Sem- tween best understanding exists beand Spencer tho heads of the different orqueer police but did not know tho inary, the episdepartment was" putting on children, prior to his elevation to 1901, was ganizations engaged in tho unified Thero has been a frank and they halted them and made In- copacy, November at 30,St. Joseph's campaign. pastor friendly quiry as to whether tho little fel assistant Terro Haute; pastor of St. and subjects Interchange of views on all and the way is open to lows had swiped the "badges. Tele- church, Cambridge deal effectively and promptly with church, phone inquiry developed that they Elizabeth's pastor twenty-si- x any misunderstandings for that may had gotten the badges at the City City, and St. Joseph's church at arise. The recommendation is urgHall, and that they were alright. years of organized. ently made to refer all such cases In knicker- Indianapolis, which ho So if you see a kid to headquarters for adjustment and bockers with a badge don't question not to Interrupt in any way the harPRIEST SUFFERS INJURY. There was a big his authority. mony which must prevail and content labeled "Police Headquarters" In this city tinue In local committees to assure His many friends at the fair, but Judging from the pickpockets' harvest there were no and throughout the diocese will re- the colnplete success of the carn- real police, and It's a wonder the gret to learn that the Rev. Father paiKn. The features at St. of tho campaign B. A. "dura slicker crooks" didn't steal Vincent, Cunningham, pastor injured which require to bo borne always In seriously was the tent, but maybe they didn't when he was struck by an auto mind are that there is to he one need a tent. As an encore to the recent funny truck while he was crossing I. tho drive, under unified direction, with S. a uniform pledge card, and that the performance of the Keystoners In street In a hurry to reach the will divided their burlesque raid at Seventh and station at iMorganfleld on Thursday whole sum realized to thebo schedule, a according One rib was broken Bt. Catherine streets theshow was of last week. announced by President Wilson in repeated Sunday afternoon to an and he was painfully bruised. his letter announcing tho decision even bigger audience as a phototo have but one drive for"?170,500,-00- 0 INITIATION TOMORROW. graph shows (all rights reserved), to meet tho 'financial needs of and tho huge audience enjoyed itTomorrow afternoon Loulsvlllo the seven bodies, of which tho self so that tho picture shpw owner kicking Council, Knights or Columbus, will nmount assigned to tho rational Is In the neighborhood like a steer at the rival attraction. confer the degrees upon seventy or Catholic War Council waB $30.p0,-00large The opening reel showed two of more candidates, the fifth this tho Keystone district detectives class to bo Initiated hero degree FOUR VACANT SEES. charging down the street, sounding year.. Ono of tho strongest One went to a teamB yet seen In Louisville will a wild alarm. One of our archieplewopal .' 'phone and summoned help and assist in the work. A banquet at follow the Santa Fe, and three epwcoMl Will ...r,!- - trnxn h Slih nMafrlr-- f and .the Tyler Hotel Buffalo, Grand Rapids amd Albany, after hanging up the receiver eaid: .initiation, the programme being "' remain as yet vacant. show the Kentucky Irish ranged by Col. P. H. Callahan. ts nd er ex-Go"-- whether this Is a phony raid or mot." funny Keystoners would The rush In tho door, fall up the steps,-- l rush down again and around, the alley way until the laughing audi. i &fS ence was like that at a threo-rln- g trying to watch too, many Actively Preparing For Coining,'. Scud For National Chairman To circus, things at the same time. The United War Works Aid Brunei aud Failing chalfeur was even pressed Into y Drive. in Campaign. oorvice and he went upstairs and his haste left the patrol motor runnlnc for one hour (attention, J gasoline conservers), finally being by Near Mayor Smith Should Apolo- shut orr with a colored itepumican Administrative Headquarters In the distinguished name brother New York City Are Kow gize To llobued Fair of Elijah Brewer. Finally after- an Working. of the slapstick comedy one hour Visitors. tho Capof the Keystoners called tain, and was evidently told to retire from the front trenches and back to the Hlndenburg line, as a Knights of Columbus Will Give Kcystoners ICcpcat Funny ltald retreat was ordered and all plied in Enrnest in tho wagon and went away amid the For Benefit of Largo applause of the overjoyed assemCampaign. REPUBLICANS CATHOLICS 5 Y . - on "T a. &!!, rs i. wmi; t; .&! -ra. y, -- v pro-rftt- 0. ar-"W- Eft ?t jaoBWSFixjoKrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Devoted to the Sodat and Moral Advancement of irish ambrioax g COMING EVENTS. Ladles' euchre and lotto, afternoon and evening, St. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Columba school hall, Thlrty-flft- h and Market. Entered at the Loultvllle Poitofflce at Matter. October 1 Euchre and lotto at U tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, AMrtst all CofrunufiloatlofiS Wait 6rM St. Gambrlnus Hall, Shelby and for benefit of St. Aloysius church, Pcweo Valley. 23 'Catholic Knights' October reunion and card and lotto party, St. Martin's Hall. 1 Second-Clm 319-32- IfUh American tad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. ing. October KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorpo,.u4, Publishers 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 Bcrtrand Hall, afternoon and even- RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. FOR GOLDEN AGE BRAND MACARONI ALL GROCERS. MACHINE DRIED YOUR EMPLOYER IS YOUR FRIEND Readers o! the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly I 1 Rose-lan- e, LOUISVILLE, KY THAT SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918 If tempted to consider a change of employment" ipeak to your employer about it. He is your friend and your interests are mutual. You can not lose by talking it over with him. There is no more sacred right of American citizenship than the right to pursue, unmolested, a lawful employment in a lawful manner. SPAGHETTI NOODLES 5c and 10c Packages Nothing Just as good. Accept no substitutes. Highland 1033 JOS. V. GROCERY WINES, MA- - Homo Phono City 7638 HUNGER'S ' . CHILE CAFETERIA 5t rf r n wedding. attend the 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The American people are with They are registered at the Seelbach. their President, who will with Mrs.E. J. O'Brien, Jr., and Phono City 6692 righteous and triumphant force re- daughter returned Friday from Bay "SOUTHERN STAR" H. Platoff, Prest. JOINT DRIVE. View, where they had been visiting store humane peace and Justice. s. I. Bush, SLICED BACON Mrs. O'Brien's mother, Mrs. John We note that Dr. John R. Mott, Mai one. PLATOFF & BUSH THCOTI35Si4. RECENT DEATHS. 'AM Heady for Yenr GriddU 1b Incorporated wh-e- ay few weeks ago could only tb1 GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND Morning" Homo City 2008 Climb. Mala 299S-- a Misses Julia McCarty and Cathreport, that the Y. M. O. A. and Miss Nettle C. McGuire, aged BUILDERS 11 the Y. W. C. A., which he repre- seventy-fivHAMS, LARD, SAU8AOB for years a devout and erine and Elizabeth inMcCann, who Zi I HI II I H e 1 1 1 I Special Attention To Repair Work visited last week Indianapolis, sented, wore unalterably opposed to faithful member of Sacred Heart have returned to their home In LOUI8VILLB PROVISION CO. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished joint drive for war funds, is an church, who has borne a long illOFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. (Ineorperat.) ness with resignation and jiuslastic convert to the Presl- - fortitude, passed peacefully Christian away at George D. Chester, of Demlng, SIGN OF QUALITY THE It's views that one Joint drive is St. Joseph's Infirmary, death reHome Phone City 6085 i! here on a visit this ! ft, proper arrangement. Rev. Dr. sulting from cancer. For many N. M., was as SiKhl'd 741S past week the guest of his years miss Mucuuire conaucteu a H .JgastlSft. L'fatt is quote.dajsayln.,tfeat . tho J F' army. i Irive, like the work in the KENTUCKY Dealer in Fifteenth and Chestnut, and toy the AL. S. SMITH, PROP. LAUNDRY Is not to be Y". M. C. A. or Knights poor of that neighborhood she was SCRAP Messrs. Richard and John IRON, METAL, CO. RAGS, Two left Monday for Lexington Bosler of Columbus or any sectarian effort. looked upon as a benefactor. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. to atIncorporated All are for It and all will con- brothers, Rev. T. F. McGuire, of tend Kentucky. State University, Grand Junction, Col., Paper Stock A Specialty 3 James tribute. That is the right spirit, McGuire, survive her. and funeral where they will take a course In 6 The SOUTH FLOYD STREET Underbill St. and we are certain that it is shared was held Wednesday morning from military training. Bet. Market and Jefferson Geo. Dearborn by all- - friends of the Knights of Sacred Heart church, Rev. Patrick BOTr PHONES 810. Manager Miss will be LOUISVILL. KY. requiem high West at Dorothy WehmhoffSeptember Columbus. To make the Joint drive Walsh celebrating a linen shower mass, NATIONAL HATTERS rZ6 In honor rzop&zi pmeviDnarT axssoxa' a huge success all that Is needed of Miss Lula Wolf TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. incorporated, Turpen. whose marriage to James f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Is united effort. That should be Mrs. Margaret Hertman Kell 325 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. waa organized by H beloved wife of Thomas Kelly anG K. Weber, of Madison, Ind., will be forthcoming. to make Suits Pressed While You Wait. motner or Miss Mary Rose Kelly, solemnized October 1. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While LOANS 1117 South Sixth street, has gone Home Phone City 1931 FOOMSmAND USELESS: on furniture and other pergonal (a Misses Mary Brlslan, Elizabeth to her eternal reward, her death PERFECT FITTING You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and HIBERNIAN DIRECT0RT erty at Meagher and Jano Marshall, FrankIOWEST RATI. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For We may expect to hear a great being mourned by her neighbors fort girls who are frequent visitors Coleman Bldr, throughout SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, the city. deal of "peace talk" during the and friends was sixty-on- e 8. E. Cor. Third and Jeffaraac Mrs. Kelly years old In Louisville, left last week to reAttention and Quality." Both Phonea. 2tl(. DIVISION 8. at Cardome coming months, says the True and her life was a blessing to those sume their studies Voice. The opening along that line around her. Funeral services and Academy, Georgetown. Home Phone Shawnee 803 First and third Fridays, Hibernian SAM L. ROBERTSON requiem high mass were hold Mon0 Home, Portland. was. made by tho (Austrian Foreign day Misses Katherine. Frances, ElizaHENRY GOSS morning from St. Louis M. Riley. President John CONTRACTOR FOR Burlan, in an Minister, Baron v church, of which she was beth and Ruth Malone and Master Vice President Walter Murphj Robert Malone returned Saturday Roofing, Guttering, Spouting address to visiting German news- a devout member. ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBJa. Secretary John J Financial from their cottage at iBay View, Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted paper men. According to a disBroderick, 1850 Portland avenue. Tuesday morning many mourning Mich., and Joined their parents, 131D S. Twenty-slxtAsphalt Shingles a Specialty patch from Vienna, Baron Burian Secretary John A Recording St attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone. Martin. suggested an exchange of views by friends E. W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone 2011 Frank Hertel at St. JoseDh'a Dougherty. D. J. Shawnee 368 Treasurei? Miss Virginia Ewing and Lieut. the waning powers and declared church. Long a resident of Louis . Sergeant-at-Arm- s Oculists' Prescriptions. Martin Charles J. Cronan were guests of SEE TOOLEY FOR MONEY. that the Entente Allies need only ville, the deceased was JOHN B. O'LEARY noDular Of). SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY Surviving honor Monday night at a dinner provide the opportunity "in a calm and highly esteemed. Sentinel Thomas Noone. Loans to those having regular in Headquarters for him are a brother, J. M. Hertel, given by Miss Ewing's parents, Mr. comes or salary, with no publicity INCORPORATED exchange of views some sort of and Mrs. T. R. Ewing, at their and five sisters, Mrs. L. W. or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPUOT& DIVISION 4. homp on Fourth street. The invidirect informative discussion is Fourth and Chestnut. Mrs. Bernard Otte, 'Mrs. tations were confined to on their personal security. See us about anrthinr la the mem- Meets second and fourth Mondays would be far from George Lenz. Mrs. thinkable which Jerry White-hou- bers of the two families. estate. We sell, buy and rent Bcrtrand Hall, Sixth street F. R. POOLEY, peace negotiations of discussing 'and Miss 'Margaret Hertel. 504 TV. JEFFERSON ST. Room. 1, Courier-JournPresident John J. Barry. Building, and weighing everything which toMrs. Jacob Gast announces tho Vice President Mark J. Ryan. LEADS WITH STARS. Home Phone City 4484. 415 S. Fourth Street marriage of her daughter, day separates the belligerent parties Miss Recording Secretary Lawrenct Adele Elizabeth Gast, to Coleman D. Meany. and no further fighting will perT. H. YANN DAHIY COMPANY Phone City 2771 hi. saviors college service flag L. McGuire, Financial Secretary Thomas J haps be needed to bring them closer contains 516 stars with the names at St. Louis which was solemnized Rebuilt and Used. Bertrand's church. Mr. Langan, 734 West Oak street. on the honor roll still mounting. and Mrs. McGuire together." 0. T. THOMAS & CO. left immediately INCORPORATED All Makes. Treasurer John F. Burke. servlco flag will be raised after tho ceremony for Chicago, and This sounds very nice but it Is A new near Sergeant-at-Arm- s R E A.L Bernard in the future, and every one not likely to deceive anyono on who has a son or a relative that on their return will be In the LinRENTED, 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. coln apartments. 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREMt Sentinel M. J. McDermott. this side of the Atlantic. We read attended St. Xavler's is asked to SOLD, Both Phones 4202 Louisville, Ky. that sort of thing last winter when notify the college. Thoso working EUCHRE AND LOTTO. next Fourth and Breckinridge, as secretaries for the K. of C. or REPAIRED Count Czernln and President Wil- stenographers "SOUTHERN STAR" J. Q. PULLIAM Monday night. 'At this meeting A euchre and lotto will bo given son exchanged views through the aro not listed. for the Red 1 Cross On October hun- next Friday afternoon and evening particulars may be had and reserSLICED BACON MOVING AND PACKJNa Office Equipment Co. "All Jlcady for Your Griddle In the press at long range and the Chan- dreds of St. Xavler's boys will en at Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, near vations made for the Marengo visit Motor Truck Express cellor of Germany finally ended the list in the Students' Army Training Oak, under tho auspices of the INCORPORATED Morning" Corps, will DONATE MANY PRIZES. make St. St. Louis Bertrand Church PIANO MOVING discussion by accepting In principle Xavler's and this flag A HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE SPECIALT1 Debt 125 South Fourth Ave. service not only one Wilson's views while declaring that of the largest In the city, but also and Building Fund, and tho Com231 West Green Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Tho ladies of St. Columba's conmittee of Home Phone City 9130 they had no practical value. For a one of the largest in the State. nlco arrayArrangements promise a gregation are arranging Incorporated for a of prizes. Games as it a peace Last March when tho first flag was be called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock.will euchre and lotto entertainment on time then it seemed Home City 2803 Tuesday afternoon and evening, Oc- East 903 High. 375 PHONES parley were not far off. (But it all raiBeu zib names were represented, Thirty-fift- h tober 1, in the school hall, REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY ST. PHILIP NF.KI'S FLAG. ended in smoke. The only effect and Market, Many valuable MISSION. of the "peace talk" was to slow FRED HORNUNG.JR. Thero will be a service flag rais- prizes aro being donated. Games up our preparations to meet the A mislson to will ing at St. Philip Nerl's church to- will begin at 3:30 and 8:30 o'clock. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING 1M Btirlne drlvn of Von HIndenburtr open tomorrow evening at 7:45 morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock and 712 West Jefferson Street 2228 Bardstown Road TICKETS TO BE LIMITED. ch?,?el f the Passion- - Rev, Father Ackerman is arrangwhich, nearly cost us dear. We fathers on the 'Newburg road. ing an appropriate Louisville, Ky. The, HourJ and patriotic Wagon Builder The, Smoke Of shall be slow to attach Importance and will continue every evening programme On account of the increasing Blacksmith and Adfor the occasion. to tentative suggestions of peace during the week, closing Sunday dresses will he delivered by Judge popularity of the Knights of ColumRubbar Tiring. night, September 29. The lectures Mulr Weisslnger and one of the bus receptions and dances at the DEAD ANIMALS FRANK A. OHMIANN from the Central Powers again. McCormick Binders. Mowers. Lawn "We have no means of knowing will be delivered by the Rev. Xavier local army chaplains, while the hall on Fourth avenue tho commit- Mowers and Rakes. PAH) CASH PRICES HIGHEST Sutton, C. P., who for some years tee 000 East- - Franklin Street in children how badly Austria wants peace at has been giving these missions school Including will sing patriotic the in charge has decided that be A full line of repairs. future only 150 tickets will airs, the Liberty 'bond Call Home Phone City 721: The defeat throughout the United States, they drive hymn. The flag consists of issued each week to the ladies atthe present time. GROCERD3S AND FRESH MEATS Garage. Cumb. Phone Main 721. n suffered by her armies on the Piave being productive of much good. All tending. Also the girls invited to Bardstown Road stars, one aro cordially Invited and Catholics gold one. in memory of them a these affairs-mu- st Cumb. Main 967-LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. be properly chap and the retreat of the Germans on should be accompanied of William hy their Monohan. eroned. This Is necessary on ac- Alb. Surplice. the western front must have Altar Laces SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS Phone City 4131 friends. Questions count of the crowded condition of gradually shaken Austria's confi- will be answered before each lecthe club house every Saturday ST. HELENA'S CLUB. BERNARD FENZ For the next three weeks we art AND DEPOSIT BANK ally. But peace, ture. dence In her evening. going to offer all 'of our laces at a Much Interest and enthusiasm is must know. Is still Baron Burlan FOR YOUR OROCERD3S EVERY Fourth and Central Avenue liberal discount. . This offer is gesB UPON OVERSEAS DUTY. 'being evinced in the work of the NEW ALBANY. THING THE MARKET AFFORDS far off. There Is no likelihood of ine, and It will pay our St. Helena Club, now Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Promptness and Satisfaction a negotiated peace this year, at The report of William J. Mulli- that committees have heen appointNew Albany Council, Knights of customers to write us at once whUt Deposits. A General Banking Busiany rate. What next year may gan, Chairman of the War Activities ed for the new term and plans Columbus, at its annual meeting our stock la complete. 441 East St Catherine ness Transacted. bring we can only conjecture. Committee, read at the Chicago completed for the anual outing and last veek elected the following ofJ. E. SCHWARTZ Cave, Ind., on ficers: Edward Tighe, Grand Rogers Church Goods Co. Home Phone City 2845 America is only now getting into meeting Septemher 8, showed 650 visit to Marengo secretaries now at work In Europe. September 29. Under the super- Knight; Arthur GreoIre, Deputy Highland Park, Ky. tha war, and our immense prepara- Mr. Mulligan issued a call while in vision of Miss Sadie Doyle and her Grand Knight; Albert 129 S FOURTH AVE. Welch. Chantions Indicate that we are willing. Chicago for men, RATH'S CAFE particularly assistants (Batertainment cellor; Anthony Zoeller, Financial of the GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS rlo te to the end ef-- the road for those' beyond the draft age, to en- Committee, a delightful programme Secretary: William J. Receveur. Day, Outside Guard, and Lawrence VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor Nothing elae ean be list. The call peeified the appli- hm joeen arranged for the social Treasurer: James McLaughlin, Ad Releing. Trustee. The officers will victory. cants muat he willing to go lto to be held in the audi- vocate: Benjamin Miller. Warden: be installed at the first meeting in Home Phone Parkway 350 thougnt of now. We are in this froat line trenches. torium of Presentation 'Academy. Frank Welch, Inside Guard; Adolph ' October. Street 421 East Jeffst-soCumb. Phone South 2255-Ewlng-Crona- RIGHT SILYLL RULE. The American people no less and no moro than others delight In a We word of appreciative praise. gratefully accept the compliment London that Is handed to us by the resignaon occasion of the Times tion of Ambassador Page. Speaking siipr.PHsor the Times vi- says- - "The American policy will, It is safe to say, be the determinant nollcy of the war." While we enjoy the bouauot we in not Deiieve that the astute editor of the Times simply designed to pay a passing compliment. The truth is that London, with other capitals of Europe, realizes the truth which should have come to them some few months ago. Wo are contributing of the necessary no small share material for war. We are supplying the men, the money and a few leaders. It is not for these reasons, however, that American policy will bo "the determinant policy of the war." Our country of all the nations engaged In the great conflict We are has no ulterior motive. not Interested In boundary lines, In balances of power or markets of trade. Wo have entered the war BOloly for the purpose that right has may rule. Our President brushed away all the clouds of naand aspirations. tional prejudice This fact Is recognized today in Europe. It is for this fact that the voice of America will demand attention at the peace table. , war to win and we shall not allow ourselves to be deceived by any ?TT?ffT?fffTT?TfTTfff?fTTT peace suggestions that specious Miss Bezzle Hannan has returned have no sincerity and no authority fiom a stay of several weeks in Wo have learned Michigan and New York, back of them. our lesson, and peace talk now is Mrs. C. J. Kelly, of Leitchfleld, useless. was hero last week for a visit with her mother, Mrg. J. C. Ramsay. GKOKGIA AWAKES. Arthur Krausgtll, who was here I and relatives, has .The State of Georgia, which has to visit friends regiment at Macon. been noted as a hotbed of the left to Join his A. i I S0GIETY. I NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE :444HI1 AN AMERICAN EMPLOYER. Jftl9 458 South Fifth Street FOR GEO. LADU3S AND GENTLEMEN SPANINGER AND SALOON, FINE LIQUORS, CIGARS 370 Baxter Avenue mmSMi mmmmmz HIM flaBBBBaMISH " JafSafKaaafl CbbbbbM&USM ILhS' Wjk tS'BBBBBBBBflBal SflBaSHn Cor. Fifth and Market l 7(10 (MO fnnifal and Siirnlnc yM.VV,vuv -f "- Three For Cent. Interest Fold On Time- Deposits .-w DREITENSTEIN HENRY SOHUH CHINE CO. 1403 Seventh Street 3 East Slain Street Choice Staple and Fancy GRO- Automobilo Repairing, Engines, and Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- Sl,InMBAT Teas VEGETABLE MARKET, Fine and Coffees. chinery Repairs Promptly Attended 2u tter a Specialty. city Home To. Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1558-731-73Y. P. - J. M. BUOKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 P. A.'s and like ignoramuses for Jamofi B. Brown of awakening, the Tenth Coij defeating t(e service. gresslonal district notorious Tom Watson, whose foul reMiss Margaret Conroy has sheet was put under the Govern- turned from Lexington, and is the ment ban some time ago. guest of her sister, Mrs. L. McCloy, "" "" "ww -- ., .,.... ..... Monday for Washington, where she has ac cepted a position In the Government Miss Mildrcd Cahill left BSE tTKHtW? James J. Hayes... John S. Akers C. M. S. Hebel...... TTt... T Amam.mIam nA President T,mmUam CHARLES BALLMAIER PLUMBING. SEWERAGE, Oscar A. Block Asst. Cashier A. P. Ramser................Asst. Cashlor .............Cashier Vice President Vice President 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. H. W. 230 East Market Street Between Brook and Floyd GAS Joh Work A Specialty PITTING AND whitewash themselves. The Men's Federation, composed principally of Louisville's reformers, met this past week and Indorsed their action in bringing two hired 'pimps'' from Chicago to tempt fallen women and weak girls. Their reply to the awful roasting they received lately Bounds mighty weak. ed In Clifton. Eastern. Parkway apartments. (Merritt O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. have moved from their home in to the Mildred , iWwwwwwtmiiwwmvvwtwwimvvWMmtiiutiMmt Liuaiumi iyinu ai.A.ici iiuvx-j- r uuoxuriiunuoo CONTRAOTINa ENGINEER Steam and Hot Water Heating and NEWMAN Homo Phono 2556 Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. Miss Carrie Spalding and James Murray were recent visitors at Bardstown, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dugan. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. j HOME Sanitary Plumbing OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE, KT. DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. i Both Phones POULTRY Both Phones 2406 FOOD AND The death of Cardinal John M. Parley is a great loss not only to tho Catholic church but to all America and the Christian world. A truo Irish Soggarth, he will be greatly missed by the people of New York City and State. May his soul rest In peace. Elizabeth and Helen, Frances Malono will leave the last of this month to attend the Sacred Heart Academy this winter. Misses -- Strassel, who underwent an operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Is now convalescent and on the way to complete recovery. Miss Adejaide Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin and family, of Frankfort, are here to WvvvAwwwvvw 4 1 822 Bast I1ii JVJCaiia Street. SUPPLIES Free Advice on Poultry Pet Diseases P and BALLER'SPET-SHO- REUTLINGER & 0 0. Adolph Rcutlingor FIRE INSUBANOB TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH TH3RO STREET ENGRAVERS SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS 835 W. Slain St, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone City 5674 210 WEST MARKET STREET Quick Delivery 4 OBAKERY 1104 - TJ IV IV ' AND DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT I Funeral V CONFECTIONARY S ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Directors and BOTH Embalmed frS Sec-Trea- e, HMHUfwwimnnwiwtwuiwwiu'w't't'in'wwif H"HM"U SW GRAN W. SMITH'S SON f J - I Funeral Director " and Embaimer! 614-02- 214-21- f well-knaw- n 1818-182- Ber-tran-d's (tr-jt-vv-- Ju CfD h Shoe-nan- 'Born-traege- r, se al TYPEWRITERS Mul-doon- v 568-51- ESTATE JOHN M. SCHMITT TlljMOKERS non-Cathol- ?'0,0J'the forty-seve- A non-Cathol- ic out-of-to- ntia. a Y o V v fc j. -. tiMAHSTJUS fOUBTH VCHUt """",""1 3 gONj Stamp. f We Qlve Qo,d Tradlnjr nd Reem SCHOOL SUITS NORFOLKr FfR BOYS $6gj $7.45 V$10 TO GO WITH THESE SUITS r ' 1 jaZJ&JSCTXZOJBTV: Xifflucf ajs&jetsolgajsu 9ffmff9m9m99m9M9mmtm9f i Gas Service 96 Per Cent. Perfect . ,ITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT 5 tyty Shirts and Blouses J e jNew Lines of 79c $1.00 1 White and Colored Dress Goods Laces for Girls' school wear. Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 65c zs xjjoww pob QTJAxrrr. a cerrss tbat its ram ottp JOHLNT Importer 3mc. jmcxjjmlvoy and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to consumer. K. I. A, Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Tost, all charges prepaid. aia w. xabsst bt. xouxstzzas, ST. Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Hundreds are joining our War Savines 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-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) CGAL CO. - QUiJLVI0DY S6.65 Heme Phono Shawoee SOO SERVICE) Terms cash. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Place your next order with us. PER TON. one can ePore tn0 as shortage of last winter more, than our organ- ization. "Vq aro determined, that a similar shortage shall not occur next winter, but to guard against such" hardship we need your Let us look for a moment at last winter's shortage calmly and without " prejudice as an outside investigator might bo expected to do. '1 In tho firstplace, therc"was a serious fuel famine in every city using coal or natural gas in the United States last winter, due to war conditions cold weather. We well remember and the excessive and the blizzards, the railroad tieAlps ifnd the "heatless Mondays." Some cities suffered more than Louisville : others not so much but "all were short rfo'f fuel, whether they depended' on coal or natural .gas. When the National Government, tho Slates, the largest citicsStho " strongest forces in tho United States were unable to prevent tho fuel shortage, could you cxp'ecfc the .Louisville Gas and Electric Company to do ' tho impossible? Should our company bo singled out as a conspicuous example of "failure" when the whole fud system of the country broke down from causes which no oho could avert? Since the company brought "West Virginia, gas to Louisville, March 14, 1914, thero have been approximately 53 months of natural gas service. During not to exceed two monthsall told the service was impaired. During 51 months, or 96 per cent, of this period, the gas servico has been without fault or criticism. West Virginia Gas meant bett6r gas by nearly- 60 per cent, than had been served before. Superior gns was served at materially reduced prices. In the past four years and fourmoliths the saving1 ia dollars and cents to tho Louisville public has been not less than $2,800,000. For nearly three years the company met in full the gas demands of Louisville, supplying as much n& 14,800,000 cubic feet a day, whereas the pipe line capacity called for by the franchise is 12,000,000 feet. The gas shortage of last winter in the "West Virginia gas field was tho result of tho war. The effects extended not only to Louisville, but to all of the largo number of cities. in "West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania, served from this field, which produces about 40 per cent, of all the natural gas in tho country. The extraordinary and widespread demands for gas during the past two years were caused by thc.steadily rising prices and difficulty of obtaining coal, the industrial activities created by the war and tho impairment of tho natural gas producing fields, due to the long continued and heavy drain upon them. This company made every conceivable effort to deliver an ample gas supply in Louisville last winter, ;as shown inprevious statements. Apprehensive of what might happen, the company in the summer of 1917 asked tho city for permission to supplement the natural gas supply with manufactured gas. Such permission was not granted. Later permission was sought to limit the consumption of" gas by largo consumers in tho interests of all consumers. This request also was denied. coal Had there been no war there would have been no nation-wid- e and gas shortage last winter. ;Had there been no national fuel famine there would have been no gas shortage in Louisville. There was no electric light and power shortage here last winter, as there was in many other cities. The Louisville Gas and Electric Company could safeguard the electric situation by acquiring a coal mine, 'buying an equipment of coal cars and storing coal. It did these things at great expense 'and maintained ample and adequate service, of vital importance to the industrial and domestic" life of the city and the nation's military preparations. '' f" The company could not control the natural gas situation. Tho only Avay it'iould' reasonably safeguard gas service was by tho use"of its gas manufacturing plants, and by limiting tho winter demand of large con- - , -- " ' sumers. This tho company was not allowed to do. "", . long-continue- For "That Boy" $2.50 Some new styles that are made just like dad's round toe or English shape. They are made of plump grades of calfskin with oak tanned soles, can be relied upon for the very best service. Sises 9 to 13 1.2. Children's department. which1 d m&MtS0bw& - I fy( nmmsamsm aa0etsait 4I 4ir-- FOURTH AVENUE mtmmm&ssa&ma The Last Dollar That you speat for something yau did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear iatersst COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COUK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" must bs spent for lomethlas; you DO NEED. The SAVING aow o( the dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" fram ever cosalag. I 1 H I 3 Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT 13 ALWAYS PURE. -- fi, McKenna. Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, nOLLENBAOH'S WIND HOUSE Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Importer and Dealer In ' WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street Home Phone 1191 3 Casab. Phone West 0203 HALFORD EglCKSON Vice ., .,- -' THE PHIL. HOLLKNBAOH INCORPORATED 00 Park and Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE. 4559 WEST MARKET STREET. BRUBN'S President DUtlllem Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLKNBAOH" 838 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH PURS RYB Louisville Gas and Electric Co. INCORPORATED LouisrlUa, 9 j The marriage of Miss Virginia Ewlng and Charles J. Cronan, Jr., Field Secodd Lieutenant, Forty-fift- h Aitlllery, stationed at Leon Springs, quietly Texas, will bo solemnized this evening at 7 o'clock In the rectory of St. Charles Borromeo, the ceremony being performed by 426 W.MARKET INCOAPORATsHJ Father Raffo In the presence of the LOUISVILLE. KY. T.omsvTx.im two Immediate families. Following complete line of Furniture at the ceremony there will bo an Inft LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. prices that are always tho lowest. formal reception at the home of Satisfaction guaranteed. tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reed Ewlng, on Fourth "As Near to You as the Nearest Phoae" street, for the relatives and a few close friends. Miss Ewlng was guest of honor at a numher of par8.50 These tires rts all first sruaraateea FUNERAL Thermold PL CI 20x2 FLOWERS ties prior to her marriage and 8.96 stock, with nam and serial number atThermold Ws. CI 20x3 10.9 Wednesday afternoon Miss Virginia tached. Thermold PI. CI. 80x3 We solicit a call to laspeot oar stook Bs - 1J.J5 S2x3V Thermold PL Seller was host at a bridge party, 12.98 at fcoth stores. Thermold Ns. Bs S2X3V A Special Spray $3.00 the Invitations- being confined to the friends of tho guest of honor. Main Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, Cityp7mNES A Special ST. 460 S. L rJTM sriss orEKERS reo iyjb:e Kentucky FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. rtFTK Incorporated Main 1039 I l OKOXAN EWING. 9 :dimt:k: titiiiwiitttmmmww DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 1 ? I! f jtepf 5o '! n i i yv JLs BEER NONE BETTER j "Efr'Htfrfrfrfl 3 ;.4.M..H..M.'' NONE PURER X - 666 8. THZBD 8T. Retail Branch Wreath' $5.00 SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash XOc Little Ae J. 5c Best Cigars .fr.fr i Prompt "Delivery Service?" CALL NO. 467 Sure.! EUCHRE Next AND LOTTO. Home City 1389 Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the hOBH brightest; Where the work lightest? Where the meal U aooked beet; Where the range staads the teat the where That's "Qalck Meal" comes ha. JBaBsssOCBJss! r vfr a T ILiiibbss3S Where work la tjnlcM) done; Where cooking aeea real fun; Where baking girea delight; Where drudge Is oat of Bight Tuesday afternoon and evening a i euchre and lotto entertainment for the benefit of the Red Cross Unit will take place at Cedar Thirty-fift- h Grove Academy, and Rudd. Those jn charge promise to make this a really delightful afWe telegraph Flowers -- Everywhere fair and will he prepared to entertain a large gathering. Games will be called at 2:30 and 8:30 p. m. Lunch will bo Berved from C to 8 o'clock, ., iiHtaja3tI EITHER PHONE, I I Made HhShH1 .. . ,. 4. i$MHHfr H. BOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT . ra mm INCORPOnATKD BOTH PHONES Cumh. Alain 1389 . GEHER & SON, H. J. BAHNON, Frisktat and Maiupr. The Great Lakes Naval Training Station Band, the famous musical organization that rendered such NORTON BUILDING Qatok Meal Gas Ramies Sold, Installed and Highly Fteaommaadad great service during the Third LibAVBNTUB erty loan campaign and met with N. W.Ctrner Feurth mi Jefferson SIO 215 an enthusiastic reception wherever W. MARKET ST. Telephoae 1698. they journeyed, will again make a series of trips for tho benefit of the Sirs yoax boys aa edaoatlcn tint will Fourth Liberty loan campaign. prepare tbssa for life. j starting at Louisville on September IflErawfss sd Abmrmil Halle SclwtificaHy Treittd IK. where That's the "Quick Meal" eeaaes OPKX Topit HEnrc. FOURTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STS. LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY r FBHR CORNS,BUNIONS lLB:k. Falls City Beer Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Dae to the treat demand we are aow BOTTLING COMMOIN and it you have tried the rest get the BEST. HONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Westrio. P. BANNOK, JR., Vka Pris. and Treat. P. BANNON PIPE CO. J J 1 Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Kaanoa's Pateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Cendalts, Wall Coping, Draia Tile, Vitrified KrlcK, Fire Preefta:, Flee Liaiag, Fire Brictl Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY WORKS 573-178- CUMB. MAIN 507. Thirteenth aad Breekiaridfte and Ninth and Magnolia, j N. 'l J 1 Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy Chiropodist GOMPRItS AND 1HKLAND. Broadway, Louisville, Xy. S07 Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Samuel Compere, President and Business of Classical. Scientific Courses, Preparatory Department, Large- the American (Federation of Labor, P Starka Swimming; Pool, Well Equipped OymnaBoilsUai and William Howen, President of slum. Terms moderate. Both Pbejt." Bro. Benjamin. Dlr. Bricklayers' the International Union, visited the, British Labor COLLEGES COSTOKVE. Congress which was in session In HKTUItXKI) TO A.VXAPOL1S. Derby. Among other items of The in Jlldshipmen John F. and Will- Gompeis' speech to the delegates Brooklynthree Catholic colleges Urooklvn Colleee. f?t. of John L, was a declaration that his sympathy iam L. Itees, sons Rees. of tho Evening Post: Thomp was and Is with Irelands aspira- John's Collogo and St. Francis Col He folt lege have combined for the pur son Nicholas, Nat Cureton, Jr., and tion for vratYiiri iiuhr wnn navn been that nan Knglaad) kept her TiionpftiHtno of meeting tho conditions of Government in the establlsh- anomiint their -- Sentember furloutrh to Ireland that eeaatry would have a Student Army Training here, returned I done anything r$ everything fori0114 wlth their parents Corps. the cause ot the V.llles. Wednesday to Annapolis. 113 "W. 1 ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 38. y IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE KY, y- - JfcCSFIVOOKTSr XBUCjSXX AXxXJ&HtlGAX. On the Job The Right Job SHIPYARDS Or Where It's Needed YOU heard America's big splash on Independence day, the splash ships which sent a tidal wave around tKe world. You behold America's bridge of boats reaching out to ,span the sea to the far-o- ff firing line in France. t Behind that job of building the bridge, helping out with the other S. Employment Service. greatYorces, is the-U- . Last January the Shipping Board needed thousands of men to build ships, and asked those thousands of the Department of Labor. ? In the nation's hour of needing workers in the shipyards, the U. S. Employment Service went out and got them, and is furnishing PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT NDUSTRY plays as essential a role in this great struggle as do our 25,000 to 28,000 a month. The big war job is getting things done; getting more, things done and done right. The job of the U. S. Employment Service is getting the men for the jobs. the right men in the right jobs. All this vital work this work which is the first step towards winning the war is officially centered in the U. S. Employment Service. them as needed "Therefore, I solemnly urge all employers engaged in war work to refrain after August istj 1918, from recruiting unskilled The reach of its service is nation-wid- e. It has 500 branch offices. More than 20,000 agents of its Recruiting Division, the U. S. Public Service Reserve, keep their finger tips on every town and city, to the smallest village. They are looking for men for jobs, and jobs for men. labor in any manner except through this central agency, The U. S. Employment aervicej. " "I urge labor to respond as loyally as heretofore to any calls issued by this agency for voluntary enlistment In essential fice will have been in vain, The employer should hire, his War Workers through the U. 8 Employment Offices so as not totake men from places in which they arc vitally needed. Men looking for work should apply to the U. S. Employment: 8ervice$ so that their services may be utilized' in places that will count most in the winning of the War. T'V ;.- - 'J r . industry. And I ask them botn alike to remember that no sacri- - N i if we, are able to prove beyond all question best form that the highest and f efficiency la the of-- A spontaneous free people." WOODROW WILSON. The U. 8. Employment Service knows where to get men and when to send them. Whatever your need of work or workers, call Upon the U. 8. Employment service to-da- .SnM:?$r&& 1 y. Get in touch with your local Examiner in Charge, or write to the Director General at Washington. United (!) States &mpksysnnt$etvice V tf ' y -- y. , s v nk- - ;V a m y ,!" i-- :1 &e Dmsien f Adrtrtijing of the CoiawHee en Public InfetmaM. timme re YKimxr This space contributed to the winning of the war bv STS. MART AND ELIZABETH HOSPITAL HIRSOH BROS. CO. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS WOOD MOSAIC CO. ST. JOSEPH'S INFIRMARY ABEL ELEVATOR COMPANY. STANDARD SANITARY MANUFG LOUISVILLE JBEDDING CO. LOUISVILLE OAS JD ELECTRIC CO, OHIO FALLS DYE AND FINISHING CO. STANDARD OIL GO. GRAY-VO- N 00. ALLMAN SANITARY MILK CO. J. BACON & SONS DOW WntE AND ERON WORKS MENOEL BOX CO. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE PABST DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. ? j tf'Aj'O f .. K .Lfjt. t;z?fjiup;.riii'L.j2iZ S