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Bfrth PlMMt 432 Kentucky Irkh American 23. said Judge O'Doherty. "Wo have an abiding .faith," hp said, "In tho law-abidicon-prvatl- ve ng SHWCE ar uiiti IwfovHto CanUte Kvery Driver nn U'cort. 1 1aric C. incorporated VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. John Spalding, Jefferson Davla, A, H. Garland, th,e late James II. Mul y. ligan, auinor oi xne poem, in iven- tucKy," and the uisnop or iouis- .&, vllle, the Right Reverend Denis O'Donoghue. His Lordship will be SI,vn rj,v,vr,,.,t TO ihkcit)KT At this week's meeting much CORUEOT SENSE OF LIBERTY. IKILLAltNEY. .,. progress was made with arrange- NEWMAN FOR COMMISSIONKIt. DESCRIPTION clses and he will deliver the ad IMPRESSED GREAT GATHERING. ments for the Fourth of July celedress. Loul3 Phllllpe, of France, orphans, bration and picnic for the passed some time here when exiled ;jng- as Walsh and Dunne, Messrs. programmes from his natlvo land and taucht "Americanization" and from the Interest manifested its The charms TWHtFjoys of Ireland proverbial "cold feet" ate The' The success seems assured. Us PePlc aro now the order 'of the day. It 3 French at the college. Old St. Jos- - members of tho committee appointed the uQ8PUaMji-o- f Last Sunday afternoon feeling-analready beginning to &how in the,an(1 Important that these bo of a chaTac- - ephjs Cathedral, whose art treas- - by the Irish race convention held in bv Louis- - mittees are busy and will provide lasting P,.,tn was excitement and pleasure for Kentucky Republican ranks and in'seeins to have.MjMie a' hit with pur ter that will win those whom It Is urea are tho delight of all tourists, Philadelphia in February who aTe vllle to the memory of Father M announcements tho past Tew weeks it is especially BO""r "Wi agBlllu eflUUBu lo proposed to Americanize and not.adjdins the school. "Federal Hill," Committee nw ln ParIs hav abandoned the Abram J. Ryan, the .soldier, poet were made ns 0Howa: noticeable that the Republicans who v,st th littlejpreen isle, Judging repel them. An organization ln where Stephen Collins Foster wrote effort obain a safe conduct trorn priest of the South, when a account In and has BoothMesdamea .,..., touting Ed Morrow, from the papfrKubllshed by Tho New York which some taken up this "My Old Kentucky Home," Is but a . Ir1and to Franco fori ror.aJe beautiful bronze tablet was unveil- - Thos Keenan, M. J. McClusky. Ohas. good advice short distance away, as Is also the the work was given as a sure thing for Governor are Expedl- ld,er3 of the$AmexIcan ed by little Miss Eileen C Ines, SautWt J j. Barrett, Geo. week by Father John J. old town creek where. John Fitch era G?f'ths and Plunkett, convention of the Irish 1W ron.la fln fnllnOT. of Col. Thomas D. Cllnes, rlck J x Kessack, W. A. Brown, befflnnlnsr tO retrench a HttlO lU (Innnrv Virr S. J. "It Is a mistake," floated models of his steamboat. The gates of Grand Knight of Louisville Council, Lee Hannoni s. A. weirick, L. A. Mielr opinions . This Is ibecauso of j Treland isn'tftalled "The Emerald said Fathor Wynne, "to think that unfortunate Fitch's grave la but a Republic, In order that they may K. of C, at St. Boniface church, m Diandforrt, Chas. Rodgers, D. F. two reasons. One is that the hand- - Isle" for nothJiir, and tho visitor, Americanization consists only in walk from the College Present Ireland s claims to indethe presence of a large assemblage, MurpUv, b. Netherland. John B. plcked convention at Lexington ar- - no matter whatltlme of year he, teaching foreigners how to speak door. In spite of the fact that time Penuence to tne leaco iconterence. a if. r. resiaent W1,sn who were visibly impressed by the Campbell( Jf 0 Neli( Wm tfreslano, ranged by Bossea Hort and Searcy cornea, Is bouno carry away with our language and how to vote. To was lost on account of the influenza ' f words of the speakers. The hand- - Chas Boy,e( ivun.ne. ,l.n!" Hamha( R. j, Fitz. didn't awaken much enthusiasm him a mental jcture of green fields be an American requires much more epidemic, by Intenslvo work the en- -' iiesr?' wa,sn Ihiormation is tnat tne some and artistic tablet, the gift of gerald M. Blacki M j, gton( j03. among the rank and Hlo of the and pastures with little whitewash- - than this, and there are among ua tire year's course has been covered the United Daughters of the Con- Lennahan, A. B. Broderick, Thos. party, or make much of a hit with ' ed cottages dieting the landscape, native-bor- n Amet leans who stand thoroughly. The commencement ex-- government nas uennueiy aeniea Irish iiepuoiic federacy and their mends, BurkC( Kissel, J. H. Baker, Thomas tho fellows who' would haVe liked There is no brown, sdn'baked sum- - Just as much in need of Americanl- - erclses will be held In the College 8,ae C0,nauctJ ,-- . placed on the front of St. Bonirace Dr0car, Cawthon. J. J . Donnelly, to Deconie canaiaatcs dui were noi nier season mere- w .wn-- -. as any ioreigner tnat mes oymnasium on weanesuay morning, -- .d-. i zauon chuTch, where the Illustrious- - and m3 M McGlnn( Mesdames W. rortunat9 enough to ho m tne Hert- "" The Amencanksoldler .fortunate here to escape European oppression. 'June 11, at 11 o'clock, while ,":.v i loved priest passed his last dajs. ,m,e,"c,a,,Lc T IoNaliy j. A. Hoerter, H. L. Searcy ring. The Independent Re- - enough to geCTSfleave to Ireland The characteristic of an American formal invitations have not been Is- DUXa CuS&i It John H. Leathers, as 0,Brecht( Netherland, D. F. Murphy, niillnn witor "WiTin hfiH tin Rnv.nn Mnswl le tnlananlAtirtA nrtA l 4a Ma fntf aiml li f nfinIKntif a Invlnt ltlm n,1 iviniin4lnnf SGIIl lrfi fnAiilt fMaJor Chairman of the committee, presld- - David Welsh( E Reesq. J.' Gatto; In choosing the machine ticket, Is 6elf. Irish llos4taHty Is proverbial, that stands prominently forth and class Invite the reverend clergy, the 5,ai that xe,y a?p,ea ln a un f" In his M,Bges R Conroy. M. Wallace, M. not becoming very enthusiastic over and he will keeftfstored away in his marks ed during the ceremonies. distinctly him different alumni and all friends of the col- - i "clai.ca?acUy .l ft?Z resent the people of Ireland or their opening remarks Major Leathers, as Plannlgan the- things he had from other peoples. rtferrlmee, M Estelle the Republican party's slogan that memory a list It is this trait lege to be present. Coneljr deslr e to representatives, t uier a friend and comrade of the Huber M; Harvoy, Ethel Pfohe, M. Morrow should bo Governor be- - to eat, with' Irtsh ham and bacon that makes our people so slow to speaka federate Catholic priest, alluded to B he them. c Maloney, Lula I. Imorde, cause this Isclass "rattlin' goodrealizing- ranking high & Texecpt No food commit the country to a League of, . OSTRICH xjujm.ua,. the Philadelphia convention, with a the" fact that It was a fitting and M m Cod of voters regulations Emma Deppen Annle or," for sugar, Nations, if or they must first know well deserved tribute to his memory Hannan, Blanche Clerget, Myra that some other qualifications are and the nalmre a,3Sf,n; ti" mr,Cah dele" and frp- - that it does not Interfere with our Dlarmuld Lynch National Secre- generation (AteJ . Mes3r8 .Kessack. Thos .Burke, to mako an able, aorornor. auent. I SlAfehaf every Amerh Independence before they will even the succeeding Le if! fJ f ta Friends Tot Irish Freedom uua, can army .vlsltffgets converted tq consider It. be the people to erect tho R(J should p Cnas. air nm, we uig nepuimrau Wm Hannon True Independence sued the following from New York " beg to ' accompanying means a correct sense of liberty, and f" President We a"ernoon ln5 in..-that in pursuance of a funeral, he recalled the er Ryan's - . ,. means freedom to lye by John L. RIehm was made peace del- ! 8ia.e r Neither the American . ... given to imnnRintr funaral escort from St, Chairman of the Candy Committee, .vu..y., t": .....r-.-. aoes not mean ncenso egaws nor the i eaci. Conference as race convention, held us by the Irish ireiana is wpgyyeacneu in a iten- - law. WDerty s. in the City of STnu.tM i i a biE vlcton for the Republican """ n t i.,.v i Boniface church to the Tenth-streu.. t. and Is doing vigorous work. ana iair phiindninhin on Pfihruarv 22. lnin a wnoio can escape a "J "" i6u". "'ISST- . then by".boat w ""i.uni nAvt depot, among whom were the Episan expression 'of order formulated discussion of the Irish iuu Committee announce notinnni r'.r,"r"..,1""V Thooo- oiy neau.jw; Tho Button ,, , question by r"r," r t copal Bishop Dudley, Rev.. Dr. $93.25 realized from friends as they Biuvviu nm uwi. ouum- .p Dublin IjOHrney shoujd Do by those whom we aa a people en- - rosortine to ostrich tactics. ;, ua; mA . Tho T-age the home boys who remember mn,i , t'ya Broadus, Basil Duke, John B. CT" possible on .trust with authority to make It and flimsv ere.iiRo that thn nuestlon In i!r"Vr.,L Ubw if j"i passed to and from tho Cathedral ? JV8, George B. Eastln, Bennett last Sunday, $33.54 at Holy Cross that Hert m 1916 made tho same " .? w mountain seen- - see that It Is applied. Foreigners nt tn h .Hboiib.p(i hAnnnnn of the ."' .',"... C7. ,Z "tt H. Young, Judgo Jaokson, Gen. ohurch, and $8.25 at St, Mary's. prediction and Wilson beat Hughes "K ;i'"J Fles en route to, are not the only people who need visit of the N delegates ta Rmce. , Judco Emmet . Field, George Other churches will be visited next uy nv largest iimjuiitj- in tncnij' jj0y head? ?s also possible to to know how to use this liberty ' Messrs. Walsh. Dunne and Ryan conterenc? Our Information is that yeuiw juat ov.uuv.. C. Norton, John H. weuer, Aipneus Sunday in lours from Scotland aright, nor are they the only people' t0 Iroland wl not 8tand the .. The other reason ror tne -- com " - ",f t, Baker, himself and others, most of rmg manmacturngvno misuse noerty in oruer to at- - 1Ight 0f day. The visit of these definitely ner Mrs.' M. denied safe conducts to feet" attiltude of the Republicans " passed away. Major Committee Jon Parlln announced whom have Victory Bond Cards la tlie prevailing harmony in the and hence Leathers also read from the memo- as follows: f before - tha Democratic ranks, the races for tne 'V. " ""V rial resolutions of the Orphan Misses Mary Mandlelir, Agnea, rltffnnnt- XUat i any committee Brigade, and In concluding said Mandlehrf Dorotliy.JVIandlelxn.rary. Father Ityan's name"and H ame will C. Parlln, Ellen O'Conrioll, Agnes rconduc ., Dublin there Is considerable of ten au American, and our native 'ph tiiPir win lftRt Twrpnihnr on thin .. ..... grow'ln splendor. en old American ! interest to see-- the much In need of agliod Sver th sTtuaUon! from ' und;'re Issue of separation Khw arTSct lug Proviue was Ford, Louise Bartlett, The history of the memorial Brady. Elisabeth Brady, Minnie Louisville Herald fears that Gov. Irish House of Parliament, now the ng taught what true liberty Is as England and the setting up of an Sot n onnorturirf given by Mrs. Jonn uwooaoury,vaostrIecte we neea mereiore independent Irish Republic, which Q t,- - reKularly chosenbarepresonta-LLucnie Wenman. going to capture the nom- - Bank of Ireland ;r Trinity College, uie tore gner. was greeted with hearty applause, cftre(. TlBrnev. Tierney. Black is for Governor, and fearful Elizabeth ouuuro vuoluh. " y?BUC !S? A?.1 ."as. slc.e ieen Proclaimed In Ire-Mrs. Woodbury, wnois tne oaugy-- 1 Catherine Tierney, Rose Obermeier. Inntlon over the result has begun to whine House. Along Sackville street, ' pciim pre8ent !ier case, her insistence upon msD1iea Jress for nt ihn Into Col. Thomas D. OS Clara Fellows. Marie Weltstine, pe done? it is accomplished by'sont ' out from have the he isn't very strong In th6 merly the main business ri,lt nf enif.otPrminatlon. and borne, is a pleasing speaker and Christine Remmers, Nellie McCann, knowledge, knowledge not alone of, 8ame object as tho fake Herald Is smart fare, bulldlnga are in ruins as a The Definite Barley. ' to International recognition of a was given close attention. Elizabeth Mandlelir, Wlla-ma- n to see that Gov. Black and suit of tho Sinn Fein uprising In civic but of religious matters. The p,0F oF last year-t- hai la. to throw plans for the memorial, she eald, prevalent among theldust m the eyes of the American : Mandlehr, Margaret E. Parker, strong connections at home are 191G. were started in the office of Gen. Gertrude Thorpe, Alice Williams, his lutwoucu uj hoi jycujyac The Klllarney district Is perhaps American people on matters of pure i people. bound to securo many Republican years ago, Josephine Mlnogue; Mesdames W. B. Haldeman three ,, nff," ,. votes ln tho Eleventh district, and the best to visit, as in addition to viiiunuuu uusiury uiune, noi . 10 men' . "The people of Ireland, since the vmlr . .. account of the but were delayed on Kerns, E. Price, F. Poschlng-er- ; every vote taken will be a dagger the famous- lakes, which aro fully lion Otner matters at all, 18 Wide- - Knstpr flirlit. have, mnlntnlneri thnlr Ing for us before the special comwar. In concluding, Mrs. Woodbury Hennesay, Vetter In the side of the Morrow support- - as beautiful as tho poets declare, spread. People point to the period determination to get rid of English Messrs. Daniel unfurled a small Confederate ban- Qulnlan, Chas. Mivelaz. ers. The claim of a majority far there are Muckross Abbey and of the Revolution as the dawn of domination in uielr country. Their mittee of tho four great Powers, so may ner as "tho flag that Father Ryan Donations were reported, among Morrow of 25,000 In the mountains Muckross Castle, two famous ruins. American liberty, and they imagine firmness of purpose Is illustrated by that weupon discharge the duty Imposed us by our convention. loved so woll and made so famous." them a $50 check from a gentleman Is absurd, when it is realized that close by, and also the scenic drive the spirit of American Independence the manner in which they have unAt this point the tablet was Bantry freedom dates from the Declar- -' norcd British law during that time. In order to avoid misunderstanding who did not wish his name publish- he onlv received a little over 15,000 along the cliffs bordering we dealre to state and would thank veiled to the assembled multitude ed. .A diamond ring will be the In 1915. when he was stronger Bay and the Kerry coast. Blarney ntfnn nf TnilPnPTirlftripp A IrnnwlMlo'a tt ....! i by little Miss Cllnes, and the recep- "headllner" for the linen booth, than he is now. Another ridiculous Castle, with Its Blarney stone, can of American history would f omend to end 0: the connl.JS? tion given It was most gratifying to which will be given to Mrs. George claim is that Morrow wljl carry also be visited on the Klllarney A0? oar.before th Declara- - try. for drilling, singing Irish songs. ""l?r ,, ihn9P who had been active In its Naber to handle. An embroidered tho Fifth district by fi'oni G.000 to trip. a '"Ul especially Mrs. Woodbury, spread will be placed In charge of 10,000. when last year .It was only, The Giants' Causeway Js another uon 01 inuepenuence was written, - mmg the Irish language, and such'""" "" " ,!'," " erection, charter of civic and religious- - lib- 'crimes,' flouted the au- -' S?J 01lnu people of Ireland or their repre- Major Leathers rty embodying every principle con- - thorlty of English law courts, with another carried by 2.000 votes for the Re- - noted point of Interest, but the Edward Robert A. Watsn'. with thousands of white jtor had better scan the timo tables talned In that document waa written ,nB result that martial spread to Mrs. J. O. Hood. Geher law has spectfully to n present the resolutions Decker, Frank A. Geher and Dr. ..u donated, a refrigerator, which soldier Democrats away from home,- thoroughly before starting, as it is nnd isBiied hv that erojit Maw Vnri , Secretary of t the American convention, with a W. Fowler, who was and ONLY A FEW HUNDRED NE- nat g0 easily reached as Klllarney. Goveinor, Thomas Dongan, a Catho Zl I will be given to the novelty booth L This But although Klllarney and the lic. And fifty years before Dongan P.aJ? delegates, a," l.l'i6 El8Am.f.r brief argument In support thereof tho committee. Victory bond cardB were distrib- GRO SOLDIERS ABSENT. during visit, lean was proven by the fact We also point out that, while the Dub-thGen. William B. Haldeman published his charter a charter had several opportunities of witnessare as uted to representatives of parishes last statement Is Ogden dwes1 his causewayneed a long way from introduced by Major Leathers fa- as follows: Cathedral, $200; St. Congressman llD on0 not g0 far jn iroiand which Is In full force to this very ing tho 'law of the bayonet and the convention which we represent waa we the commander of Kentucky's Ann's, $50 to start; St. Frances of election over Sherley toofthe negro t0 flnd beautiful scenery and ruined day Talbot, another Catholic, pro- ...n nl.t,.-- . nr..n ' T.ilnml lihrtV unofficial, and while tho claim no of- Phil T. caBties, authority In mous command, the Orphan Brigade, Rome, $600; St. George, Government mulgated his great charter of relig- overs the worid over $50 to vote by his selection e Jopes representing the veterans of tho start; St. James, $500; St. John's, Brown, a negro, to fill the post of nevertheless it was a conven- Long before 1776 he dawn of another Decpration day, But 'after all tho real charm of ious liberty. delegates. Confederacy. to start: St. Louis BeTtrand's, Assistant Librarian at Washington Ireland ls ita people. When asked therefore the American people wore Wo nm triad." said Gen. Halde $50 $500; St. Mary Magdalene, $200; at $2,000 a year. for directions, tho London bobby nurtured in liberty, ln high ideals, AM son as issued in laris Priday Mdemocratlcalry selected, representing ' man, "to erect this memorial to thoi Another causa for rmocratlc the ,,, tQ the right fip th,rd to ln Justice and fair play. The Don- and be able 'to commemorate the every state In.,.., American Union, Philip Nerl, $100. , memory of the man oi uou wnu St. confluence Is that tho candidates u IVIIU (.UilipUtlOU 1UII1 t bU3lnesgIlke gan charter, purely and thoroughly Uberatlo ft , of the world' Including illIU fairly be iUUUIO to have been men upon a offices are oxcep- may said ministered to ithe wounded for other Stat u D w, poiIceman American, was the frame-wor- k fa of Irelan ST. XAVreil'S COLLEGE. battlefields, but strong men. among whom tlonally and women of all shades of political hundred Confederate ea lrIendl all those boasted liberties which ,. opinion, of nil religious sects, and of are W. H. Shanks, a prosperous his memory needs no tablet of "!o Jo is to Great Britain vouchsafed to her Commencement exercises at St. la enJINX NIGHT. . practically every trado, profession bronze to keep it living. It -be wish colonies. England learned from Xavler's College will take place at for Lieutenant Governor, and Jonn graven upon the hearts of all who 8 and avocation which go to make up America what freedom meant, and o'clock on the evening of June 20 Y. M. I., have our national life. to Trinity Council. know him." He paid a tribute although she learned it too late t College Auditorium. A class for NceoTms.oSr night, Friday, June 13, We think it Is likewise fair to Father Ryan 'by expressing the in- In tho x describe how hospitable, cordial 3avo her .American possessions, sne chosen Jinx thirty-siyoung men will be M? Newman made an elceptlonai had of their flrat moonlight excursion convention fluence which the and witty the Irish people are. They made use of it and has inadoiise for the season. They have chartered state that this of our fellowacted for high school diplomas. The record office before and is over the Confederate army and the awaTded ctizens, millions mst bo seen and talked with to be of it ever since to bind her Other of beautiful steamer East St. Louis, many Is O'Donoghue, an or"anlzer and ex- Denis Rev. of tho who, enthusiasm which he,had kindled in Right of Louisville, will preside this representatives way, recolonies to her." Ask any American - appreciated. M BoscepUonal ablHty. Is capable their hearts with his war poetry. Bishop Continuing further. Father Wynne as this boat passengers 'of carrying spectfully urge you to give a favorTho alumni of Lexington, for Auditor, dler back from hjseave to Ireland and ls the Gen. Haldeman said that Jn his and confer the honors. and he will tell you the Irish are said It was, a mistake to be contin- over 3,000 best equipped on the able response to tho request of this J. petition. opinion Father Ryan's two greatest address will be deltvered by E. at- and Alvin M. Stegor. of Owenton. Just as funny as our at ually rubbing "Americanism" .Into finest and theaters aa steamk for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Ohio river. It Is a .poems are "The Sword of Lee" and Cooney, a prominent Louisville We will deeply appreciate It If the foreigner. torney, and the addresa to the aro also two strong men for office, home show them to be a dancing floor 49x1 159" you will bo good enough to give us "The Conquered Banner." "Instead of patronizing him and er and A has will an early reply to this letter, as the South" graduates wll be delivered by Rev. either In primary oi a general elec- - delightful, Jazz orchestra of the "The looking down upon him with conde- feet. points PresiAll In all, prlco dance waa'lhe subject of the final address, Father Anderson. S. J., Vice Cin- tlon.a ftrohg ticket everything at the scension, It should be remembered furnlsli the ls fifty music. The they matter of our departure fof home selected to dent of St. Xavler's College, cents, and i of tickets given by Judge Matthew O'Doherty. that they came hero to get liberty, can bo procured at the foot ofigrcatnrMsintr hb With continued voters, which ls in Father Anderson enjoys a respect and esteem, we are "Two States dispute the honor of cinnati. reputation as an eloquent primary by theto the ticket selected One of the prettiest of the June to escape from harsh conditions Fourth street on the evening of the ' contrast direct of Father national owning the birthplace orations will be de bv a fow Republicans who control weddings tooK piace ai &i. onanes abroad. Knowledge should be given moonlight. Children under twelve Bincerelv. nv.in." said the sneaker. "They are orator. Four FRANK P. WALSH, In that church at 7 o'clock Wednesday them, but lo cure them of 'Illiter years or age will be admitted free. the graduat Virginia and Maryland. I think pos- livered by members of Vaughan will the machine, the voters E. F. DUNNE. morning when iuiss wane iiaio acy' waa not giving them mat party being ignored. J. sibly ho was born in Ireland, but ing class. Bernard Apbstolate;" In the late war the funny Incidents of the Coggeshall became th.e bride of knowledge. Ono of the Ar; not alter the fact that he i speak on "The Lay NAMED FATHER DIETZ. party tho LIBRARY FOR WAR COUNCIL. as ,, tto wna a thur E. Gleason. "Joan of Arc;." campaign is the rebellious attitude William J. Daly. The bridal strains foreigners fought andgallantly as and bis spirit native American, Louisville' Herald, tho leading approached the altar to the gospel, but when the' William S. Hitman. "Roosevelt the of the NaBight Rev. Peter J. Muldoon, The Women's Branch of the minister of the riroecker. Republican organ of tho State,- 0 the wedding march from Lohen- - his Ideals were truly American as acid test for courage came in the Man;" and Joseph B. Schools cure tional Catholic War Council now President of the Social Service whlch Is retaliating for tho prom- grln," preceded by the groomsmen, one could wish. 'Physician, humble, kind- - "Government Control of , the of the American Federation Mr. Hert and his Messrs. Louis J. K(ofer and John thyself,' was a maxim which applied has at Its center, G57 South Fourth An excellent inenco given ly Catholic priest plurallzed his and Valedictorian. a circulating branch library of Catholic Societies, has appointed n street, and . of musical programme will be Tender ticket In the Courier-Journ- prominence coggeshall, brother sang the bride- - In this case. L.et us therefore functions ana Became me mieni the nuptial at hqme tho noble task of Amer- from the Public Library. It has a Rev. Father Peter E. Dietz, Director Times by giving much Rov Father Raffo man of valor, as well as the minis- ed by the college orchestra. The mass and performed the ceremony. icanization. Sympathy ls an essen- good collection of poetry, essays, of the American Academy of Christo the Democratic aspirants. tering helper to the wounded and tian Democracy, Cincinnati, to repHerald's attitude reminds one of During the mass MrB. Dan Hennessy tial American trait, and to be a general fiction and books HOLY CROSS SCHOOL. dying on the field of battle." authors. These books are avail- resent the federation as fraternal the old adage, "He who laughs last, gang 0 promjB0 m." accompanied true American we muat have symThp first half of his speech was a Tho story Kolng the laughs the able to readers at any time In the delegate at the convention of the on lor The little children of the Holy rounds bast." how one of the Herald by Mlss Maggie Gorman waa the or- pathy and the working man, formust rest Toom, which Is open uutll 9:30 American Federation of Labor at tribute to Father Ryan who, during tells fpr the lowly. We attired poor Tne. iovey prjde the civil war, devoted his energies Cross school will give their closing big men was boasting some time j & y to every evening, and a librarian will .Atlantic City. Coming at this criti becoming coat suit of blue raise them up by knowledge bo on hand every Saturday from 4 cal time in tne industrial anairs ot to the Confederate cause and, after entertainment for dthe car at Holy ago that the Herald came into this trIcotlne witn dark blue hat to know their true nobility. street and field not long Ago, tnont the the war, exercised Ms Influence la Cross Hall, e bouquot of Mrs. c "All power comes from tho peo- to 8 p. m. to give out books for cir- the country, this appointment Iastd uh healing the Tupture between tho Broadway, next Monday evening at i semblance of h footho dor Prestige, immediately after ple, who hold It in trust from God. culation. Miss Lamllle Detert left sumes special importance and im.. o A'hiAnir ThA ntimaTv frnnaa oi. North and South. In championing couple ,oft The absurd doctrine of the divine Friday for Washington to attend a plies deserved recognition of Fathor the -r- ernony the with exercises that , dnslvl South, the speaker Pace the cause of tho right of kings is One under which week's conference of Field Secre- Dietz's work ln this line during the oy tne seniors, i tll(lA cnnnlnp nil tli clorv for elect- - uu a J"3"""1, never allowed Is hard to ""o- past ten years. The reverend apsaid that Father Ryan no liberty can develop or be main- taries of the council. the will give Pthllr entertainment his Inand pointee Is well arid favorably known hate to control people under 401 boutn tained. Tho people have the power to year they promise ex- - oongressman. 1b Now1 the laugh by all labor leaders of the United fluence. "Hate had no place either later, but this PAGEANT PLANNED. and ln the proper use of this power street. The Courier- - Twenty-eight- h In hlB patriotism or religion," said ceptlonal numbers, as they are very on tno other sie. States, and no one has done Hforo lies true Americanism." emphasized anxious to give evidence ot what .T0urnai and Times by catering to Judge O'Doherty. He A plan for a historical pageant In effective service than he ln establishv' during the year jn, H0rt and the local Republican! nature they have learned Father Ryan's 1923, to commemorate the 250 ing a better understanding between DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. 's and of their appreciation of the .administration, with 'an nssfc and closed by quoting the yeaTS of history since Father James the church and organized labor. The local council of the Knlghte Morrow,1 stanza on the flag which he good, Christian education which Is two here and there fqr The seventh blonnlal supreme con- Marquette, S. J., and Louis Jollet therte. The Janior Orchestra will ' h.ve froze the Herald out of the of Columbus will Initiate a class of championed. MUST FAST. e candidates tomorrow at vention of the Daughters ot Isa- sailed up the Fox river aad down lrel. It Is rumored that many economical and politi- reader th accompaniment to plays. 'The rst degree to bella was held at Niagara Falls', the Wlnconsln to. the discovery of , tha clu M maageieMt ds 6fkMMly which demand atten- - drills aad seaga; aa4' the audience . Tbls Saturday, Juno 7, the Vigil cal problem o'clock, aad the onenlnc with a mass at the Church the Mississippi, is being considered nnp u daiivkfniiv ntrtiB(i. All ttoa'at this raowent musi naa pbk win iavltd t. encourage the chil- - .w..ih-i- aaVi ,itvsaIji- as tha iHueead- - b aivi at 11 A ban- - of St. alary of the Cataract. The infoVmally by members ot the Wis- - of Pentecost, will be a day of fast enrSi other ai good aad aad abstinence. ' society was fouwled by members of 'consln Legislature. ' quit will be awVW a tha clee. 'eat. SLilrraHTa a the i?ople, 'dren by tkeir prewace. I i ' but and clement of our people to enforce Justice and truth tnrougn the conception of tho moral law." .. He denounced those who would Very Sanguine i Over Montm, Our. Soldier to Paid Memory of father Abram J. seize the reins of governmentcon'the AineilCi iJB&EHary Cliaiu'CM For Election correct supposed evils without Ryan, Poet Soldier Priest cerning themeselves of tho Tights of in Xo ember. the whole people. He exclaimed of South. that "there should be no iplaco In . ' .. l our country for tho I. W. W. or Bolshevik!, generous and tolerant as by the Liberty l)ocn Not Mean License to government. Ours Is a Fear Harmony lit Democratic Cir- Soldier Tourl Beautiful Bronze Tablet Unveiled at may bo the of law, not of force," Break or Ignore the government Beautiful Set SBuSMillHstoric cles and Strong Ticket BeSt. Boniface Church on said Judge O'Doherty. "and anyone , j Law. ing- Selected. I who would change It to a 'law of ' Sunday.force 1$ an enemy and should be treated as such." Tho musical programme was well the American Par Tribute 4 InfcBBMflSftHlily of Trait That School Sirs, ' Woodbury, rendered by the Industrial church Louisville Herald Ik comes Jealous Major Leathers, Froiiu Other Different ng Band and tho St. Boniface the Irish of Blngliniu Prevj Activities choir. Gen. llaldeiuan and Judge - Peoples. Them '(J. O. 1. a In O'Doherty. Speata. ORPHAN PICNIC. TRIBUTE REPUBLICANS ERIN lips BM jnFliicI AMERICANIZING ',. the Knights of Columbus in 1903 and has grown to great proportions. The membership at the present time Ib 40,000, covering thlrty-nln- o States.. While tho society is .not aKHIated with the Knights of Columbus, there Is a strong bond of Father Wjnne,v 8. J., Points Out , fraternal sympathy between the two From the United States Ask til ' j bod!osKm Peace Conference Right Kind and Some ' Hearing. Mistakes., COLLEGE CENTENNIAL. IRISH ENVOYS I -N - Hfatoric old St. Joseph's College In famous old Bardstown will celeWuMi - brate its hundredth anniversary at Its commencement exercises , this jear. A century ago Bishop Flaget founded this school in the episcopal city of hlo diocese. Many celobrated men have received their education within Its hallowed walls. Here HCIW and Dunne Abandon Effoi to (Set Safe Conduct Do For Valera. jiei-el- lllBLi UUICU JllUMUIBUUlJ UUU111U t ResolutloiiK Dcslro to Adopted at Philadelphia " ' Convention. V Imam' d , Ready-to-We- ar it,j,, val-la'- st Fitzpat-daught- dele-Wynn- er e, I flve-mlnu- te j -- It. -, - j I , j Mc-th- at ?tg Mi , et ,rZll N . LrL" ;;:pal, : SXT ...,.. - -- -.- Irty - vit "" ."'.' ft-- - "".' "",.; Zn T ,,?r 2 Cas-tlema- n, . , iSi "' ";?,; """" .,. Irish-Americ- an i. i. L.V."!" 11 ",,i"l, "" Tll , - A.rtriln'i-Hr!ltl4;HolTIil"f'V- Mary-Que- "tG Cf if: V eta 1 for-th- at thorough-mountain- s. gh " PSE, - ..." . 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CefflfflunloilleM to thi KENTUCKY IRISH "319.321 West 6fMti St (fTWAJDES (ffiffi) COUHCIL Everything JUNE 7, 1919 ANTMIIUTISII. In sllk-llne- d Baby Qothes INFANTS' GOWNS; made of sheer muslin, daintily trimmed with a hemstitched ruffle at the . neck and sleeves; Special Price 50c INFANTS' SACQUES; we are showing a number of darling, little models In cashmere and a; theso are trimmed with a beautiful emcre-'pell- )UISVILLE, KY. KN'ORKSS ..SATURDAY, UKGdiATK. A Lovely Selection at Moderate Prices INFANTS' .LONG CAPES' these are offered in fine rashmore3, aro nicely lined and finished SHOULD rv with beautiful embroidered designs; a The attempt of John Bull to hog One of the duties before Congress hood la attached; everything in sight at the Pence to regulate the tariff on imports Prices $5.48 to 810,08 Conference, to the detriment of lh such a manner that the debtor INFANTS' LONG COATS; these arc slibwn In every othcy nation, has aroused silk poplin, cashmere, and crppe de chine. nations will not be able to flood our much indignation' in this country, tpImmed with small circular- - capes of dainty broidering in pink and blue; markets with cheap goods to the designs; choice of a numand our Congressmen and Senators Prices 08c to $L75 detriment of our manufacturers and have begun to question the domber of very beautiful models; Congress would be wage earners. Prices $4.48 to $14.1)8 ItABY BASKETS; the baskets are finished in ineering and bulldozing tactics of white enamel, lined with pink- - or blue satin making a serious mistake If it tho nation that "was fighting with INFANTS' LINGERIE CAPS; we are showing and trimmed with ribbon to match; the these- - cnp? in the daintiest little models of Imagined that the.war has left the fittings of the. basket are a brush, comb and its back to the wall" when we Swiss embroidery, with batiste and ribbon great commercial nations of Europe came in tho war. This past week soap tray; a regular ?5.00 quality; trimmings; there is a large selection of them; In a position which puts the hope Senator Sherman, of Illinois, inSpecial Price $2.08 Courier-Journ- al toadying to Boss Hert and the and Times The Prices 40c to $1.08 of competition with us out of the troduced a resolution protesting local ''reform" administration obtain seats on Republican machine COMB AND BRUSH SETS; beautiful white celCHILDREN'S LINGERIE HATS; offered in very question for years to come. As a against tho British consorshlp of luloid with sheer batiste and pretty laces: they are fashdecorations in pink and blue; of fact. England is even now American malls, and charged that it and the faithful G. O. P. orjtan the Louisville Herald is left matter ioned In the latest models and In attractive styles "with frills of lace or5 embroldeiv and SpccJul Price 50c reaching out to grab the world's' was done in behalf of British mer- - behind. trimmings of pink and blue Tlbbon; best markets. She has already made 0,mnts to CARRIAGE C0VERS; these are made of a nice njure Amerlcan com. ' Prices $1.25 to $0.48 COMING EVENTS. pique and beautifully embroidered; connection with thirty urms or ctlt0r8i sonat0r Borah, of Idaho, piotests of England. Thi3 is a vicINFANTS' LONG SLIPS; offered in fine soft tory for the United States. Eng-- ! Prices $1.40 to $2.48 agencies in Germany to distribute threv. another bombshell Into John nainsook; the yoke Is trimmed with dainty Juno 3 Moonlight excursion of her manufactures and such raw camp toy Introducing a reso land's backdown, howevdr, is by no itutks, laco and embroidery; this ds a ' rogulai BIRDSEY-DIAPERS; "Red Star" P11" brand. SoclfU .Club on steam3r amkln squaro hemmed diapers in packages of one toriala as she can supply to her lutlon requesting a hearing for Ire- means a confession of defeat, for $1.25 value; dozen; Special Price 08c she is looking 'forward to tho time agents are all land at the 'Peace Conference. Ju'nc De- beaten foes, and her Moonlight excur-whe- n Size :tO.'SO Inches, Dozen. $3.50 the United States Government sion oI Trinity Council, over the South American continent Bplte the efforts of the INFANTS' LONG DRESSES; made of fine nainSize 27x27 Inches, Dozen $3.00 sook with yoke; the skirt is go out of the ocean carrying 13-1- 5 Moonlight excursions june booking orders to be filled on short press on this side, the American will Size 24v21 Inches, Dozen $2.75 daintily trimmed wiUi ruffle of Val lace; notice, and England is ready to de- public as a whole is fast discover business and sell the ships to prl- - given by Trinity Council, Y. M. I. Prices; $1.25 fo $5.08 RUDBER piAPERS; in several sizes; 17 Euchre, and lotto by June Congress should ing tho hypocrisy and hoggishness vate companies which would have liver the goods. Prices 25c, 50c and 70c INFANTS' CREEPER; the famous "I Wanta" Cathedral in hall, 431 tho right to transfer them to a for- -' see that the reconstruction of our of the English nation. brand in white and colors and for children' RUBBER SHEETING; double-face- d South Fifth street, afternoon and elgn registry In order to secure evening, qualitv; Industries is freed from the menace 6 months to 3 years; of, 4 Width, Price, Per Yani, $2,00 T1IE NATIONAL CHURCH. cheaper labor. England knowa she' August 5 Annual picnic for Holy Price $1.25 to $2.25 of a falling market and a difficulty 4-1 Width, Price, Per Ynrtl, $1.50 Is In a position to offer attractive Trinity church on Park grounds, St. In ohtnlnlnrr nrrtTK This can be 3-INFANTS SHORT DRESSES; the material is a 1 Witltli, Price, Per Yard, 81.10 nnnrnn.nhir,1 Arthur Brisbane, tho noted news terms and In this way expects ulti- - Matthews, it k. to miH flno nainsook with a yoke trimmed with fine ' paper man. speaks of the Memorial nmtol to rnntrnl most of our ton-- 1 RUBBER SHEETING; single-face- d quality; August 5. Annual picnic and Sviss embioldery, low neck and short-sleeve- d for foreign competitors to carry tho rvP TTaIm tr. mMttt ni.ttHAM ,1-- 4 r.iHr.ll. .Ii,if.t1i ln hull 111 nage Width, Price, Per Yard, $1.10 models for summer wear; rlzes C month?! to " This is a matter which the """"?" war of commerce into our home 3-1 Width, Price, Per Yard, 2 years; 85c Washington as follows: "The Cath tlluiLii, Qh muuuonii, uu it wiuiiu American people should take into markets. Care, however, must be Special Price 70c STRAIGHT BANDS; of fine soft flannel: lolic Church In the United States their own hands at once. They grounds. j taken not to prejudice those peo plans to celebrate the war's ending Special Price 25c INFANTS SHORT DRESSES; made of toft pies against us among whom we are should Insist that tho Government yoke; an exnolnscck with a smock-trlmrae- d by building a magnificent momoiiai "SAVE THE UA1HKS" ceedingly dainty little dress; sizes 6 months to likely to find a market for our sur- In its own hands not only X c FP"T' church in "Washington in honor of retain ' 2 years; plus commodities The way must the Virgin Mary. The church will ships acquired as a result of the OvLvI 1 L- Prices 08c' to $3.48 An Instructive 'Booklet For Mother 'ixeiitd be left open for preferential ar cost ilvo millions. l'Yce On Request . It Is a notable war, uui uie uuniu inercnanc neei BABY GERTRUDE PETTICOATS; a pretty little rangements with our neighbors to Idea to celebrate the end of the that has been built at their own exmuslin ipetticoat, trimmed with a dainty rufTbls booklet is not a piece or advertising literMrs. and Mrs. P.. J. Lavln were the South so aa to insure our com ' i war Uiat killed the sons of so- - many pense; to do otherwise would, we fle of lace or embroidery; ature and has nothing of that kind except our being entertained iby friends in New I mercial supremacy on our own con mothers with a creat monument ln believe, be closely akin, to treason to Prices 7f c Mo $1.08 small Imprint on the back cover. It has been York last week. hnent. Within a few years the honor o the lm)tuer whoso Eon Was the United States. prepared by two eminent physicians and is issued BABY GERTRUDE. PETTICOATS; a lovely llltie under the authority of the American Medical Assopett'eont in fine soft flannel; commercial pressure of Europe will 8a0rlHced for tho salvation of the Coniad Riley, of 'Prestonia, left Till) HKM, ltUMKDY. Prices 08c to $1.08 ciation. be tremendous and we must be pre- the past week for tho Great Lakes Naval Training School. The information given Is such that every mother SKIRTS; INFANTS pared to meet it, otherwise we will Geifude models In nice Suggestions are comiug from all Tlr.nnoletle, finished with a white crocheted must acquire from some source If she expect be obliged to forfeit our supremacy HOLSiniVISM. Mrs. H. A. Nelners, is visiting at the child to live and thrive. Tho contents begin parts of the country as to tho prop- edge; among tho great nations of the Wo. as the guest of her with advice to the prospective mother and inSpecial Price 50c ' er methods Jn stamping out anaichy ( world. Congress must prepare for Anthony Czarneckl, former to ' lNFiNTS' SKIRTS; Uertiu.de models, finished clude "what solid prepare," nursing, weaning,babies, -' and Bolshevism. Here's ours: A., eding, food, summer care of the fiercest trade war that has ever with clnMei of tucks and dninty little rufiles of of the Board of Education, ' P. A.'s and religious .fanatics make Mr. and Mrs. (Frank lure ard embroidery, sizes 6 months to 2 etc a leading Roman Catholic of Socialists. Socialists -- in turn bo- - Parkview, had aj? a. kite's, tlPooley, of been een in which Europe will be last week yea i 4' The suggestions given will save much anxiety pitted against the United States, Chicago, reports through a dlspateli come 'Bolshovlkls, Prices 40c ft. 70c and considerable expense and the Bolshe- - Lleut- - Charles Greci'i, of North Ver-and if Congress does its business to the Dally News that the Protest vlkis are close kin to anarchists properly we are confident the United tant churches of Hungary are being and bomb throwore. Why not be- b A annce and social was States will come out ahead. persecuted to tho point of destruc- gin at tho foundation? Scotch the Trinity Council last eveningelven the for tion by the Soviet government at .. P. A.'s. Junior Orders. Daugh- - woikers of the recent "La Fete Ie AMERICAN AID IGNORED. Budapest. These churches have tors of Liberty, Knights of Luther, Palx." I (Mrs. W. made an appeal to the woild Pro- etc. who fiinflsh the seed for the hftnn theJ. fruaaf McGarty, whoT has CHI -- RO-PR ACTOR W nf rvfra Field Marshal Halg's official testant alliance. This situation is future anarchists and B"olshovlkI Uaynes, has returned 'to her home C lilropructlc of the war from the British another Illustration of 'the strange by prating against religion. In Owensboro. IttraoiH point of view gives little credit to lncijnnUon of the present revolu-th- e tho Cauw-- American armies for the Anal tionary movement toward tyranny Miss Battle Lynch, of New OrSERIOUS MISTAKE. ; Nature Does leans, La., has come to spend the the Heallne. victory. Ho completely Ignores the'over tne individual. When the summer "with Mrs. Mary Hale, of ' part the American troops had in democratic Christian" people the world over Crescent Court. Comuliatlon movement began it and bringing about the defeat or the Anal tit for jlberty, for tho liberty of aie agieed with 'Rev. Father DepTree. pen, who writes in the Record that Tho thought and even of utterance. The tnies of tho Central Powers. air. and airs. Henry C Bach, of only mention he makes of tho "in the organization and foundation Southern Parkway, aie visiting at revoiutlonary has very as Office throughout the whole report tle respect for the individual, the of the Peace Conference of the na- Nashville, Baileythe gue'sts of Mrs Denjils. Blanche 315 13 his statement that they occupied tions the United States, as the most bolshevik Socialist, apparently, none powerful of nations, should have Koblenz after the signing of the ar- - at al Nation Miss Susan IMcDermott and Miss Although Socialists of all mlstice. Marshal Halg .finds tho variotics protest savagely against sternly and uncompromisingly in-- y' Mary Norton left last Friday for BMH. Ohio, to be Hot weather will mean little to you, cause of the final collapse of the anv check upon tnolr own utter. slsted that the Creator and Ruler Millsford, Mra Lowell the week-en- d guests of Hobart IIODTl German forces in the campaigns of ances n0 matter how inflammatory of the woild be acknowledged and 10lM A. M. provided you diessed in oue of our 1916 and 1017. "The effect of the or subvrslve of social order or Invoked." 'Mrs. Mamie Talbott has been spending a week at Bardstown as of 1916 and 1917 was not ,ic 3afety ven In ,wa,.( onco ln. pow. Might-weigPalm Beach Suits or varithe guest of her daughter, Mrs MERELY POSING. confined to loss of German man er they 8eem Teady t0 rlde l0wn aIiy Louis Guthrie, and other relatives power. The moiale effects of those (Ussontient aa ruthlessly as a ous other light-weigsummer Should the members of the United was enormous, both in the sack palace guar(isman. We know Louisville people seeing New York Phone Shawnee 42. State3 Senate agree to do less pos the past week were W. J. Day, Capt. German armies and In Germany. By Uln excu80 offered for radical lr ing for party advantage, and attend George F. Sense. C. H. Pearce. J. L. means our soldiers established qDPMnr nt r, u rOirr.ii. English. H. Frank and H. F. Howe. We Alt Motor Doctors, Skilled Exover the German soldiers a moral claimed they are the tools of auto- - to the people's ibuslncss a llttlo more closely, then tho people will have perts Aro Heady to Serve You. Other hot. weather apparel for men Mrs M. O. McGuire, Virginia superiority which they had held in atIc TOwer and la "capitalistic" reason to be pioud of theli' "upper Full line of Tires, Tubes and Ac of Virginia, and Mrs. Jonas an ever increasing degree until the countries the allies of plutocracy, low shoes, silk socks, silk shirts, athletic house." This is no time for dress- Henderson were last week the cessories. Tires and Tubes Vulcan end of the war even In the difficult ized. guests of Miss Mattie Reasor, The spirlt am, temiency of the ing up the party Idol for our Battel ief chaiged and redays of March and April, 1918." paired. underwear, every variety of straw and revolutionary movement thus illus- POKTIiAXI) AUTO REPAIR CO., It was in the difficult days of trated are ot a!d3 of human prog. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Mapoth Panama hat are offered for your sumMarch, 1918, that Marshal Halg de- y 77 X. Tuenty-Sixt- li j not the less tyranny L A. ! St. FIVE rw8 er and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cody clared to his troops after the disap- - for beng called ,bv anothor name, Guard your children well during of New Albany, motored to Indian Miss Henrietta Bannon and Miss mer outfit. The quality is guaranteed, pearance of Cough's army in the n0hlnd the Idealistic phrases of ing vacation times for them the apolis Friday to attend the Motor Margaret Beaseley entertained on Speedway races Gorman drive that they were clan3m jn Us extreme form there most dangerous time. Friday afternon of last week at a prices consistently low. luncheon-bridg- e tn honor of Miss "fighting with their backs to the seen)B to be tlle old reality, old as 'The first bans of niatrlmonv are Mildred Payne, whose marriage to j ItAPTISTS KICKING. wall " There was no thought then numan nfe, the passion of Imposing Miss Eleanor Agnes can Meyer took place Thursday.' announced forr...-. w "ITill -i of the breaking of German morale. our wJ1, upon others The Socialist ine " a.A v.o enian. 4.1 The 'papers inform us that yfhe ?"""?" to not come until African makes a great ado about economic" Baptist convention at Denverlast ceremony take place at St, James That did Mra. Mary Riley gave a delightful tihlH month. surprise entertainment at her home forces had shown at Chateau Thier-- InU3tjce and material inequality, week adopted a resolution asserting church in New Albany to celebrate the ry and Belleau Woods the spirit of wagp iaTery and the like. But he that the Catholic church was given The marriage of (Mias Louise C. birthday anniversary of of the new force opposing Germany. ,9 evidently headed towaTd a form an undue proportion Navychaplains Bannon and Edward J. Dailey took Thomas Riley, recently her son, departboth In the returned Marshal Halg might, in gratitude of oppr(,gslon ,nole pervasive and ments during War and and the de- place quietly at the Church of Our from fifteen months' service the war have acknowl- - searchlng than any individualistic partments are asked to make as- Lady on Tuesday, May 27, the Rev. for American aid. M. O'Connor officiating. edged tho part we took in winning society Could maintain very long, signments hereafter on tho hasis of Wednesday morning with nuptial rnflipr ilnnnmfnnttnnnl nnmilnHnn It is bootless to argue H,s ldeal ,s not Uhertyf Dut au artl. than on membership. the war. Since nbouti Mr, and Mrs. M. J. Trtrs.,si an- high mass the marriage of Miss Anover wnicn nation ueserves creau flclnl equality of condition main- CO per cent, of the populationof nounce the engagement of their na May Meyers, daughter of (Mr. and for the victory. All contributed to tained bv organized force without the country has no affiliation iwlth daughter, Miss Josephine B. Treece, Mrs. J. Meyers, and Otte A. Ofer R. the final result and the aid of each respect for the var,ety of nature It any church, we presume our Bap- to J. placeGlenn. The wedding will was solemnized at St. Anthony's PALM BEACH church in Jeftersonville. Wednesday, June 18. take Many was necessary. But it is not too is a crude and crippling conception tist friends want 60 per cent, friends of the hrldo and groom chaplains. We wonSUITS . . . much to eay that were it not for of life which would turn society in- der where they can be found. In Capt. Hughes Spurr has returned were present to witness the THREE-PIEC- E to Camp Zachary Tayldr after a the timely assistance of tho Ameri- to barracks. If it were to corrupt the Baptist church? visit to his mother, Mrs. Spurr, at can forres, with their dash and the whole SUITS democratic movement Lealland, Lexington. He expects to Mrs. Ben Johnson, who has been WOLF'S CONE OAKES. fighting spirit which put new life 'and enslave the Individual as it be discharged fornj the service soon. visiting her daughter, 'Mrs. Lee WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. Into the Allies, the war would not would like .to do, it will set back Hamilton, and iMr, Hamilton loft To avoid "cheap imitations and got BEST SERVICE IN TUB CITY. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herbst an Sunday for Washngton, and will he have been won last November. Tho lthe clock of human progress, but in the real artlclo, ask for Wolf's cone nounce the engagement of chances are that it would be going the end the apontaneous spirit of cakes and bo sure to se that they' niece, Miss Eva Ttrlmley, to their accompanied by 'her daughter, (Mrs. Frank Hamilton, who will be Tier guest for' These delicious cakes at,e rolled. on yet, If the British and French I man would rnvolt airnlnst It and nre baked by Ralph Wolf & Sqhs, Rlchey, the wjeddlng to take place ten days before going to Camp HumINCORPORATED had still tho spirit to resist. It is ' caa lt off r418 East (Market street, and are at the Church ef Our Lady on June phrey, to visit her sister. Mra. Ros-co- e Crawford, and Lieut. Col. not unlikely, too, that were it not for rolled into a cone so that you can 24. Both Phones 2635. But wo should pay a heavy price 421 W. Chestnut St. American assistance they would now for the experience and the duty of fill thorn with ice cream, and serve John Dougherty, of Indianapolis, thein at your table. They are slnf-pl- y bo in a more desperate situation true deraocraoy today Is to fight its Mr. and Mrs. BUrr M. OVerton delicious, clean, cheap and can was here this past week to attend than they were a year ago. We do insidious advance upon liberty. be bought from any ice cream deal- the silver wedding anniversary of announce the marriage of their siser. If once you try them, ypu will Mr. and (Mrs. B. J. Sand. Mr. ter. Miss May , Madaline Gotbrath", not think that America should have TMHO CONCERTS Dougherty is a nephew of Mrs. to John Henry Uptegrovo at noon never wish any other. vwretvuur the whole credit for winning the MUST KEEP THEM. 7,7 h--ji on Saturday, May 31, in the rectory Sand. t vBBmmmmmws ad Ttnex tuny AUIHVES AT HOUOKEN. we war, But we do think that of St. iLouto Bertrand church. The 3ANGIHG Mrs. Patrick Burke, "1928 Centersmnnm pool The right of the American pov-- . street, New Albany, on jconday re Bhould be given credit for what we The engagement of Miss Mar Rev. Father Dawklns performed the maTdwaafM. garet Coadron aad Bernard J. Hlg- - cererriony In the presence of the Imto retain those German nd ceiveo rrom ner son, Dermis Burkdid. Aa the True Voice justly sayp, efnment WG CLASS OF ETERIA RESTAVKMT K LUXP, P" giug is announced, the marrhtge mediate family. -After a trip to to ignore us completely is black In- Austrian ships iwjiich fly the Ameri- who for a year had been ln ov VJl. ftViJrvJi ceremony to take place at 3t, Louis New York Sir. and Mrs. Uptegrove seas service in the Twentieth Exgi . UPB IMHCV gratitude on the part of those we can, flag has bea confirmed by the ner Cotm. a tetarnim annnuaclnr Bertrand' chwrefe the latter part of will be at hom at 1804 Tyler park MGI CVCfrV . rAV ,. l:VfcK7 NKSHI- peace conference in spite of the pis arrival v I3ETHWII way. aided. this jwoath. ai nooKo, . hand-painte- d ' ( , ma-.Bul- l's pro-Engli- sh 13inx ed . 0-- ,tQ ',.,, r..". """' -- J ' , , bottle-fe- vlzflr tit Certainly You Need nt Amef-'gocjaH- at lit-Ica- ns Summer Clothes! are ht ht pub-battl- es C. B. tets. Southerland Cos-battl- es peT-the- AUTO OWNERS Mc-Guir- e, Tjn-inn- so-fir- st ' .! Levyat TKird Br os sMarfeet $1.50 MEN TRY US $1.00 Puis Cleaning, and Dyeing Co. 2fAAiHMflU4Lf'KlST m tl - a i--c- -7 nrsevncmammB J"S !i. aZuiu ....... WWlltlC S J fciii J3ZK3SraDJ03BrSr ii TWwr XXfclSKE AJMOESKXOAI- 7' Ji , Z mwi miui.'jj- h- ; I ... 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Oltatl Dim UFnnnt iturc reduco brenhago by allowing use of lensca Oncli llini mUUIIllil&a without screwhole-- j They also absorb distressing highlight reflections from the edges of lenses Becauso of the shell temples, they fit snugly and comfortably over the cars and keep lenses In perfect adeye-lash- es mounting in mock--, ense complete fillchtly curved lenses ltli nuy desired mounting In stock, case aiid cord com plcto d lcnscs with nil) desired iinu com r v)tttJ qa Krjptok and fur $3.50 stock, case and cord complete Rl focal Ijenscs for near l.slon; any mounting In (tQ ff pOUU SUPERIOR OPTICAL CO 611 South Fourth Avenue CAPTURED EXHI BITBD IN NEW YORK. The former Gorman UC-9- 7 arriving at the Battery, New York City, to bo placed on exhibition. The arrived hero with several other captured German submarines the other day from England In charge of an American naval crew. Photo shows saw-lik- e knife In bow of 3ubfor cutting cables and nets. THANKKD liY PERSHING. A letter from Gen. Pershing, re ceived by William J. Mulligan, Chairman of Knights of Columbus War Activities, expressed In warm p mmmm Come on I Now for a real tobacco treat I Hit up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and see how this waxy, mellow, old twist warm the cockles of your heart. The smell of it alone will take you right back for more. Ask for War Hawk I At all live merchants! Guaranteed by n whiwml WARM AIR FURNACES Saved from summer rust and decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled, furnace overhauled and cleaned. City 2181 ONLY Sl.OO Gr. HBARTIOK Main 2933 TELEPHONE NOW. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of ASK ANY OCl LIST Oculists' Prescriptions. THE BALL OPTICAL CO. OliFFOURTII AVENUE I M. ). BANNON, OPl MAKY ANIEKSON f President and Minster. ' P. BAMHON. JR., Vice Pre:, and Treat. P. BANNON PIPE CO. Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, Fire Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire BrUil Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY W ; 573-178- 6 the Knlghtd of Columbus havo dono for the American army abroad, beforo and slnco the armistice was signed. Gen. Pershing In his letter said: "I wish to express through you to the Knights of Columbus my ap preciation and that of the. officers and men under my command for tho valuablo services rendered by your organization to tho American Expeditionary Forces. Tho active work of your organization in Franco ibegan early in 1018, was well under way by the spring of that year, and has been increasing In scope oer since. Before the cessation of hostilities Its workers wero attached- - to many of tho combat divisions and recreation huts had born opened in the principal American concentration centers. Numerous commanding officers havo commended the devotion to duty of your personnel and liavo testified to their popularity and helpfulness among tho troops whom they served. During the armistice It has been par ticularly actlvo in tho nromotlon of athletics, a mo3t valuable factor for health and contentment. It has also contributed to tho success of tho army entertainment programmo by numerous appropriations for musical Instruments 'and equipment of soldier shows, has increased its general lecreational activities, helnlng materially to maintain tho morale of tho army during tho Inevitablo period of waiting to go home. I thank you, and each Individual worker in your organization, for your valuablo assistance." DOUGHHOyS' PILGIUMAOE. Tho second pilgrimage of tho American doughboys to the shrlno or Our Lady at Lourdea, France, took iplaco on Thursday. Mtfv 29. under tho direction of the Knights of Columbus. Tho first pllgrimago of the American doughboy to the Orotto at Lourdes was on the occasion of the feast of tho Annunciation, and to uso the word of an aged French woman, "Thero was never anything so wonderful as that." Endless lines of khaki-cla- d boys filed toward tho shrlno of Our iLady and on their arrival attended mass, terms appreciation for what J. W. NEWMAN, Of Woodford County, Candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor an Statistics, Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. a new census, tho Catholic population flguro would ho over 19,500,-00During tho last twenty-fiv- e years the church In this country has mado giant strides as is evidenced by comparing the figures In former directories. Tracing back tho pop years it Is ulation figure twenty-fiv- e shown that tho Increase In tho number of Catholics in tho United States during tho past quarter of a century has amounted to 8,471,459. Adding to the figure 17,549,324, which is tho Catholic population of the United States proper, tho number of Catholics in Alaska, the Canal Zone, tho Virgin Islands, Guam, tho United States possessions In Samoa, tho Hawaiian Islanda, Porto Illco and In the Philippines, It develops that there are 26,332,-C5- 0 Catholics undor the protection or the United States flag. Tho usual table of statistics appears in the Kenedy publication, and according to tho general summary of the 1919 Issue there aro now 20,588 Catholic priests In tho United States. Of these, 15,052 aro secular clergymen and 5,536 aro priests of religious orders. Other figures taken rrom tho copyrighted summary aro as follows Archbishops, 14; bishops, 97; churches with resident prie3ts, 10.460; missions with churches, seminaries, 110; seminarians, 7,865; parishes with schools, 5,788; children attending parochial schools, 1,633,509; orphan asylums, 294; orphans, 46,069; homes for aged, 116; eolleges for boys, 216; academies for girls, 674, Special attention is called to tho pictorial section in tho 1919 Issue. Tho compilers have secured and published likenesses of all the arch7; John D. Moore Tobacco Co INCORPORATED. 0. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY f GRAN W. SMITH'S SON t Funeral I AL. S. SMITH, PROP. f 0.4i I Director and Embalmerl BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. i DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTI 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i : Funeral Directors BOTH Climb. Main 209S-n and Ernbalmers! TT. .iauuju r"i AUOO uuy rtnno A IXIOIC13;Ss;. Your vote and influence solicj pointed to American Sees up to a few weeks ago. The ed and appreciated. Advertis, consists ot thirty-tw- o pictorial section pages, an unusually large number. Another ment. tea-tu- bishops xand 'bishops who were ap- re CUMB. MAIN 507, HtKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge nnd Ninth and Mnguutia. KEPAIKING SPECIALISTS ON KOItD HEPAIKINO idei WELDINS KX. Expert Attention On Itepnirs On All Makes of Cars er's effigy stood still remains but not a trace of tho statue remains. It is expected that othor medals mado from tho same statue and commemqrating other Knights of Columbus activities abroad will be sent to K. of C. officials in this country. AUTO WELDING & REPAIR CO. Both Phones 2300 i ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, CATHOLICS of the 1919 edition Is the complete list of army and navy chaplains, which takes up six pages in the Kenedy publication. Tho 762 secular clergy and tho 264 members of religious orders who were serving under the stars and stripes, are listed In tho army and navy section. According to tho new issue of "Konedy'a Official Directory" twen States have a Catholic population of 100,000 or over, tho ht jVVVtVVVVVVVVVVVt 88 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS HOMK PHONE CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. f 822 Kat: Main &izc&&. vVVVVVVvVV MAln 2160-Y, City 2360. twenty-eig-ht SWISS XNCORPORATBD a LOUISVIL.L.ID LARGBST IN TUB SOOTH. faAa4tj4a)ie(s)-DR. "JOHN KENTUCKY l Fresh Ohio River Fish P. BECKER KBGBIVISD DAILY. OHIO RIVER OPTOMETRIST, SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES Twenty Years' Expcrieuco. Prices Reasonable. visited tho Grotto and Shrine and at twilight, when tho stars shone In all their splendor, chanted a sol- Now Havo Population of Over Sevemn Vespers and tho Rosary. On enteen Million In United their departuro they suggested that each would give a "Doughboy's States. mite" ana the proceeds will bo used toward placing a statue of Joan of Arc above tho Rosary church. Thia will mark tho day of tho first Amer- Twenty-eight States Itcport Over ican military pilgrimage to tho Ono Hundred Thousand, Now shrine of Our Lady at Lourdes. Hundreds of doughboys expected to York in, Lend. leave Paris oinder the direction, of tho Knights of Columbus, and attend the second American military pilgrimage to that shrine. Catholic travelers from every part Of tho With TJioso in United States Posworld havo visited Lourdes. .for sessions 20,332,050 Under they know that there the Blessed Our Finff. Virgin appeared to the littlo Shepherdess, Dornadetto Soubrlous, and told hor such things as have mado Lourdes ono of tho holy places of Christendom. CHURCH 3IAKES GIANT STRIDES. WILL ILVVK TALE. liberty Electric and One of tho Knights of Columbus overseas official photographers of Phone City 1180. the name of Barry, who Is In a way East Jefferson Street. a pictorial historian, describes the reunion of parents and children at No Job Too Large or None Too Home City 10G1. Brussels after four years' seperatlon Small. of tho "The A Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" becauso for them war. school-room- parents waited In a says (Barry, "and tho littlo ones "SEES TJS." wore brought in ono at a time and FUNERAL ran tho gauntlet of their trembling elders. Suddenly thero would be a A SPBGIAL. SPRAY $3.00 and and omhraoo A SPECIAL WKKATU 5.00 cry rest rush tears, an Pour yearsand the was Is a long time in the llfo of a child and somo of them had grown almost Onr Mollot Iroiutit Service, Bel. beyond belief. The atmosphere was so tense that it was almost unbearlet' Work, Sntiafied Customer. w Jf able. I shall never forget It s& long shop l "I Phone Cily 2700 as I live. Tho men and women Louisville, Ky. waited with anxiety written deop in 745 S. Sixth St. r telegraph Plowors Evorywhera their faces. Tho children camo In 315 Stark- - Ital'.HnjJ. Third Floor Fourth aud Wnlnul. A SPECIALTY. 3,089266 1,8 67,000 1,48 1,789 1,406,845 , Ohio 866,715 Now Jersey 746,879 Michigan 631,508 Louisiana 618,869 Wisconsin 592,233 589,000 California Missouri 538,692 483,494 Minnesota j. . 523,795 Connecticut Texas 455,389 Maryland ... 278,406 (Including District of Columbia.! 275,914 Indiana Rhode Island 275,000 Iowa 265,500 Kentucky 178,296 152,635 Maine Now Mexico .. 151,573 New Hampshire 135,600 132,210 Kansas 129,279 Nebraska ., 113,638 Colorado . 105,871 North Dakota Washington 105,836 103,850 Montana Pennsylvania Illinois Massachusetts as follows: New 'liork "Banner" States being L. D. 717-71- .... Funeral Director and Embalraer 0 BAX E. CHESTNUT LODISVHiLD, KY. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET W. C. RORK, PcuUcnI. HBRBKRT JHNKINS, Stc. and Tmh. WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO. INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office nnd Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh nnd Crondvrnr Segal ail & Boyer Fish Co. ," FLOWERS Repair Company ik noma vmm THE VERY BEST iEPPlNG'S SOFT DRINKS trembjlng wondor in their oyes. And then thero was joy unCLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE utterable. Wo took pictures of that scene. This was a cinema which needed no rehearsing, and It never could bo ropcated." When Harry S"' clerks, workmen, mechanics ! tack to the united States he men, will have a talo to tell that will and farmors; cash or weekly pay- euro deafnesa. ments. With R. L. DAVIS, Agent, S. W. Corner Seventh and Broadway TmM MKDALS FROM STATUE. Tho ibig statue of tho former Kaiser at Metz has been melted down and made Into medals. Three thorn, of commemorating tho of Columbus' distribution toys to tho children of Metz, of wero nrcsented to Edward 1,. TTnarn.' K. of C. Overseas Commissioner; Andrew McSwlgan, of PttsburKh, and Fred Milan, ot Minneapolis, Tho pedeetal upon which tbe 'Kali- - ;ORNS,BUN!ONS feirtvbf MmH KHt Sefwtifics 'I' ,1 W iJiB&fcSlarV Dr. Uriah Z. Litssy CiiirepodUt C07 National Gravel and Supply Company Incorporated Roofing ritcH, CorI Piione City BatMUg Tr, Tarren Felts, Hooting (A Specialty). 124 W. Alain 1S5; Main 1469-- Y Btk Pbow Thero are 17,549,324 Catholics in Ilomo Phono Clt- - 2511 Louisville, Kentucky FIELD MASSES. the forty-eigStates of tho Union, according to tho 1919 edition of the Decoration day waa solemnly ob- Official Catholic Directory, publish eerved at the Catholic cemeteries of 'We Are A close To Ton As Yonr ed and copyrighted by P. J. Kenedy the Chicago archdiocese ArrangePhone" & Sons, Barclay street, Now York. ments had been made to havo the USE US With fifty-foarchdioceses and dio- holy sacrjflco of tho mass celebrated ceses making no changes In their in tho open at the various cemeterSTARK'S NEW METHOD population statistics, with nino dio- ies. A field mass was said at CalSHOE REPAIR SHOP ceses snowing decreases and with vary cometery on Decoration day S. STABK, Proprietor. thirty-nin- e morning at 10 o'clock and a similar archdioceses and i.i.?i?,y. "110 cr7 best material and showing Increases, the net in- service 'took place at both Mount of workmanship. Work crease in tho number or Catholics Carmol and iMount Olivet cemeteries called for and delivered. work and service will please you Our over tho preceding year amounts to at 11 o'clock. tjLTJwb. 133,021. Although this Is tho TRY US SLVfTPfLLS smallest Increase shown in many a MILLION DOLLAK COMPANY. We give special and prompt at'THC PILL THAT WILL" year, thero is no cause for alarm, tention to work. e Oil Consolidated Tho HENRY C. HCRF for, according to tho tables of tho 043 SOUTH rOUSTK AVENUE LOUItVILce. kv. 1919 Issue, flftyrfour important Company, controlling 200 acres with LOUISVILLE, Ky Homo Phone, City 231 archdioceses and dioceses made no ten producing oil veins In Kansas Cumb. I'hone, Main 1288-They work like a charm. changes whatever In their popula- and 4,000 acres In seven oil fields tion figures. This does not mean In Wyoming, havo entered tho KenEveryl box sold to satisfy that tho archdioceses and dioceses tucky oil fields and secured somo or your money!refunded. In question havo beon at a standstill, very valuable leases in Allen and uui simpiy indicates that no now Darren counties. Local oil men re For Sale by Vour (Druggist DoYouWanttoSellorBuy census was taken during tho unset- gard the holdings as Ideal and extled conditions brought about by the press pleasure In soelng another In packages. VcanU great world war. In fact, it is legitimate operating company enterf,NTorTOTra5oMorSfia pointed out that some of tho most ing itho Kentucky fields. With tho Buyer for your IJuslness. Farm. Mine Important archdioceses havo not entrance Into Kentucky of the Hnn1 rertr of J?": klni or changed their figures in quite a has coma the election to tho K. Randall, Assistant Board of Director of iCol. W. H. at Duluth. F. number of years. Cashier of the City National Bank The Catholic population figures Jones, Mayor pf 'Bowling Green, and o Duluth, is Secretary and TreasIf Von Want To Buy or Sell at are not therefore, as Protestant Bdw. Stout, a retired capitalist of Auction or Private Sale through tho urer. The statisticians sometimes Intimate, that city, and the appointment of Corporate Securities Company, 115 n "Write or Call oil Wright, the or exaggerated, but Paul man, as field manager. Of interest South Fourth street, Louisville, is on tho contrary, according to BUSINESS EXCHANGE oph H. Meier, who has compiled the to the readers of tho Kentucky offering a limited amount of its is the fact that Pres stock at a par valuo of 31 to the directory for tho past fourteen Auctioneer and Seal Sitate tho laboring Is a business public and vears. thn fltrurn 17.K41.324 5a vnrv ident Atmoro. of the 2 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. n conservative, and if the "floatine" f Catholic church man and man nt fifty cents per Bharo, on a Cumb. Phone, Main 2900 cash or partial payment basis. Chas. Cathojic population could be record- - head of the K. C. at Duluth, Minn, Home Phone. City 63S of the E. Lee Is Secretary in charge of the ed and If it had been ponslble for He is also Superintendent Want If TeuSend to X.Ut With V. Company. every dioceBe in the country to take Northern Pacific Railway Coinpany Corporate Securities for Oentraet ht ur dlo-cesea Tri-Stat. ; Y 25-ce- nt Tii-Sta- to Tri-Stat- e, over-estimat- ed well-know- Jos-Knig- ETItBKIDOE Irish-Americ- an Tri-Stat- e, 701-70- well-know- JSCEOTJOJKY IRI&H JMBIOAJKT. CHIROPRACTIC Spinal adjustments rcmovo tlio cause of Disease. Consultation Free. Ofllco Hours: 10 to 1; 3 to 0. Phono City 2875. lies., High 1104. lit '' li jin " r RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THE The best GLASSES you can got aro the only safe kind to wear Oculist." 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S. fr'H'M"!1 CONFIRMATION PICTURES We are giving special attention to Confirmation and First Communion Pictures, I SMOKE TARPY'Sil Lady Dash 10c Little A, J. 5c 1- - BflPHRHjlBHHIHIBHBfiHBOtf 18BBJWMRMKiCTMMiMMMBHlBBBB!gafe ilSHBSSliWBTSBSSBSSSSMMSffSSlBHISSfflBlT &acS8MSSlSSl TiiliTSifir FISK TIRES ' ' ACCESSORIES & CO. DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILD1NQ. JBSFl'Tn JOHN B. O'liEAUY CITY Headquarters for AND FARM PROPERTY Seo us about anything in real estate. We soil, buy. and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. 13 CiMUALK3 SEE POOLEY FOU MONEY. RELIEF PAIITY FOR THE NEAR EAST. regular inLoans those Photo shows the first Itellof Train just before it started out fro m the Base of Supplies to'carry food comes ortosalary, havingno publicity with in the Balkans and Palestine. and clothing to the or red tape. Loans to housekeepers L. F. GA.DDIK. Prop'r. in their personal security. Best Cigars Made J ion street to Degan street in his HUSH LOVE SONG. "IN FLANDERS FIELDS." F. H. POOLEY, 311 S. THIRD ST. honor. Father Degan was chaplain ! '! '! Building, 4 ! '1' ! I lovo you, and I love you, and I at the Soldiers' Homo at Leaven- In Flanders fields the popples keep (loom 1, Courier-Journl '!' 410 S. Fourth Street. worth at. the time of his death. He Silent watch where heroes sleep, 'love you, O my honey! It isn't for your goodly lauds, it had also served as pastor at Osage Who fought with hard and ceaseless City. isn't for your money; ion, C. K. YANN DAntY COMPANY Now lie beneath the sodden soil, It isn't for your father's cows, your yellow butter. mother's On Flanders fields. AGAIN AT HOME. Incorporated. The love that's In my heart for you Round Trip no words of mine may utter! Marion Riley, who for the past In (Flanders fields the popples red 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. six months has been confined to Sts. Dyed with the blood theso martyrs ON STEAMERS The wjioIo world Is gone wrong Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, folshed, Both Phonos 4202 g with me slnco lowing an accident at Stlthton, was To keep tho trust till victory early, Queen City America comes moved to the homo of his parents, Above tho shoulder of Sliav Ruadh Mr. and Mra. W. Riley, at Buechel, Watch o'er tho bravo and faithful "SOUTHERN STAR" At 5 P. M. Every Friday, tho sun" wa3 peeping barely, on Friday of last week. ones. Tho Best Bug and Roach Your light feet scarcely stirred the On Flanders Holds. SLICED, BACON Killer on the market, because dew among the scented clovHOAT HIDE DATE! wo guarantee it to kill or no pay. In Flanders fields the summer glows, 'All Ready for Your Griddle In tho er; OIH3JHOAL CO. LOUISVILLE Morning" 0 happy dow, O happy grass, those Thd Auxiliary of the Good Shep- Tho air is filled with perfumed roso AEET THE BOAT TRIPS 108 South Third Avenuo littlo feet went over! HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE herd, which has been doing effective From.flow'ry vales to embalm tho City 8222 Main 1805 Every Sunday at 9 a. m. from Third LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. work and doing much to make Of re3t n The breeze had coaxed your valiant heroes of tho West, and River. lighter the iheavy burden of tho Incorporated s On Flanders fields. hair beneath tho whito good Sisters, has sat Juno 14 as the Phone Main or City 141. .boat ride, and date for tho annual DEAD ANIMALS The sunbeams kissed tho tho ladles In charge, are planning to In Flanders fields sad autumn winds blue that you had fas- make this one even a greater suc- Aro wafting sighs, and to our HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID tened on It, minds cess than last year's. Tickets will Bring us your last year's Straw Come thoughts as soft as fall of And danced and danced, and quiv- bo fifty cents. Call Homo Phono City 721; let us shape It Into this year's latest ered down your gown of colleaf, Double Cumb. Phone Main 721. modo. We are In a position to do And fill our hearts with silent grief ored cotton; Copper Coils PHIEST INSPECTS BOXING. LOUISVILLE HENDERING CO. For our dead on Flanders fields. tho best of work at reasonable And when I looked upon your face prices. I .fear I'd quite forgotten Price Jersey State Athletic In Flanders The New fields on Christmas HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Cleaning, dying, reblocking of has named tho Rev. night It was not- - you I came to see this CommissionO'Donnell, assistant curate Ladles' Hats in the latest styles. $12-5- 0 James A. morning but another, All Kinds of Footwear For the Orange, and Soft snow enshrouds each gravo In ivlllto? But who could look on that brown of St. John's church, Whole Family Director of Street and Public Im- Angels their olden messago bring head, and ask for Tom, the provements Raymond, of Newark, Connecting Two HAMBLY'S Stores brothtor? commission ui .peace on earui, good will to men, 515 West Walnnt St. $4.00 On Flanders Holds. Your blue eyes have bewitched mo boxing inspectors. The Shaw. 1716 20th, and Portland. confirmed the appointment of WilSolid Coll quite, tho eatin' and tho City 7161 liam H. Truby, of Bradley Beach, In Flanders fields, 'tis springtime IStli and Magazlno drlnkin' ?9.50 now, Have lost tho grah they used to as Secretary of the Board. Guaranteed REGULAR DINNER Satisfactory have, of you I'm always And at each cros3 wo pledge a vow JFOU WOMAN'S EYE. With Soup, Coffee and Dessert thlnkin'. That ever more ' shall a nation's ' , prayer 35c . 1818 Date, St. Home Shawnee Tho sfieath skirt has been aban- Waft sweetest incense on the alt The white of wheat is on your Makes Eyes Quiet, Genteel Service From Buffet cheek, tho scarlet of the berry doned. O'er our dead, on Flanders fields Lunch to Banquet. There sweetly blends; on .each soft E. M. It is not necessary to have one's! lip the smile comes quick skirts match one's tunic blouse. I make a specialty of fitting MEDLEY HOTEL KESTAURANT, EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. and merry; glasses to these cases and have had And oh! tho hlue, blue eyes that 620 W. Markot St. Among the now undergarments City 5810. aro a great many of flesh color and wonderful success. Call and see me Tho sixteenth annual meeting of Main 9170. shine beneath their silken pink. the Catholic Educational Association lashes before it goes too far. E. P. SMITH, My word! it is for Eake of thorn my The corset has gone out of fash will .bo held at St. Louis on June 23 PEOPr.E'S PROVIDENT AflBOCIATieH Incorporated bread is turned to ashes! Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN ion far more rapidly than many be- to Juno 26, 1019. The preliminary programmo has been published, but Was Organized by lieve. n Oltliea & SON, 320 We3t Market street. But sure this.foolish tongue of mine New silk cloves are made with a at the time of Its publication It was won't, get to tell its story X eANS faced with brilliant not posslblo to announce many of the Important papers and addresses nun IS THE TIME Oh, how I wish I had the talk of dep cuff button On rnmltnre and Other Persona) color. HAT my fine cousin Rory! .FOR STRAW that will be presented at the meetProperty at Tho tunic blouse that is slipped ings of tho association and its de.CLEANING. Who's just as glib as if ho ate the X.OWEST BATES struggled partments and over tho head has at last highest English grammar, A largo sections. F MW Avoid tho rush by con COLEMAN BUILDING number of tho Bishops of tho counsulting as now. Panama And it he loved a (thousand times It through the lines ot fashion. Stockings rolled over an elastic at try aro sending official delegates, S. not mako him stamCOR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON would Ilat Cleaning- and Blockuotn rnones zaso the calf of tho leg aro worn by hun- and every important educational Inmer. ing our specialty. women. KY. dreds of tho terest In the church in the United Both Phones 2406 CLEANING WORKS NATIONAL HAT And yet I almost think she cares Whito pearl buttons, Instead of States will bo represented. Special Albert Smith, Prop. how she dark bono ones, aro coming In for meetings will bo held for representasometimes for A 0O FIRE, BIDS STREET 633 WEST MARKET blushes! a good deal of attention on tailored tives of the various teaching sisterRentllnger Adolph Home Phone. City B161 hoods. The formal opening of the And so this pleasant eve of May, suits. Ciiy when all tho larks and Telephones 308 Mate Voile negligees are also especially convention will take place on TuesINSURANCE C03 thrushes iWHENIT',fY0Ulfi dainty for summer wear. They are day, Juno 24 with high maas celeTORNADO, LIABILITY AND Are singing their sweet - songs of made with Cluny lace In very effect- brated in St. Louis Cathedral. His PLATE GLASS 'Movers lovo, I'll try an- ten my ive manner. Both Grace Most Rev. Archbishop Glen-no- n Employer Both S fcrr S .fcSci Phones 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET If You Are story. will address the members on vsssfic Gowns made of linen, crepe do Phones Although I can not sing them, or that occasion. The Catholic people chine, heavy jersey cloth, calico and and Catholic educators of the coun- SOUTH SAVLVGt LOUISVnAiE And Need a Girl Worker, speak like cousin Rory. worn all summer, tETUSKNOW gingham, will be 'Mary Furlong. try are determined to maintain their AND DEPOSIT DANK OR in and out of the house. educational work which has been moving Local and long distance DfLCklllK with Many of the belts on tho new built up at tho cost of so much sacmn.n, vnna and VlfrnltllrA. THE STATUS QUO. Fourth and Central Avenue Esshipping. All work guaranteed. suits show buckles. This Is a change rifice, and which has given such You Are Girl If timates cheerfully furnished free of tho string belt that looped or splendid service both to tho church Threo Per Cent. Paid on Savlngt An Englishman writes to Harvey's from charge. And Need a Position Weekly to say that the League of tied about our waists last winter. and the country. From present in- Deposits. A General Banking Busl A. ARNOLD 8s SONS Is made dications It is certain that the meet- nes3 Transacted. One of the newest blouses Nations 'will bo of no use what City 3359 CALL US gain 3359 AUCTION Ss STOBAQE CO. ing will be successfu.1 in every reever." The real argument againsi of cream net. There is a turned-u- p (Incorporated) IC. FFEIFFEB it, he goes on to say, "Is that ail hem at the bottom the blouse end3 spect. Woman's Activities, 425 West Main Street through 'history Leagues of Nations in a pepium tq be worn over the FLORIST FIFTIETH THOUSAND. have followed every really great skirt. National Catholic War Council of aome war, and never in history has one Street 421 South Thlrty-clght- h Smart olousos are made "Trnlnnrt'fl OaHfi." bv SeumOS Mc- lasted fifty years. That is because of the new striped silk fabrics with Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral 057 South Fourth St. stereotype the status quo." So knitted collars and cuffs. They are MnTiiia nrnnnnnced ono of the most they long as ATticlo Ten remains In the knitted in heavy silk to match ono remarkable books ever written about Works. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. Ireland, has now attained its fifth Phono Shawneo 559-Paris covenant this man's objection of the stripes. odiMnn nnd fiftieth thousand, which CAMILLE DETERT, will have merit, ior that article does Employment Bureau. attempt to stereotype the 3tatus quo. Is a' commendation of tho very- Highland 1033 strongest kind. The dook may De It would keep things as they are JOS. V. SPANINGER forever, as if mankind never changordered from tho Irish Publishing JOHN B. RATTERMAN OnTTinnTiv rtmr 1300. New York City. ed. But with tho exception of that SALOON, FINE BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB provision, tho covenant may bo said for ?1.15, or the Rogers Book Com GROCERY AND WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS pany, thU city, msnop unmes apto attempt to sot up machinery to proves the work and wlrtes: "I am FUNERAL DIRECTOR provide for ordered change In Inter870 Baxter Avenuo national affairs. Article Ten, which enamored of 'Ireland's Case and deX to have every Irishman If accented would bind us to defend termined 2114 WEST MARKET STREET MAGNETOS emSTARTERS the territory of every It is ' under my jurisdiction read it. PRACTICAL nATTER Cumberland pire, ought to be amended out of tho most reauahia nisiory 01 uemuu Phones Shawnee 1243. GENERATORS t nva avor Boon. Tho arcument Is the treaty of peace. Hats Remodeled, Cleaned and West 1107a. . CleansuDerb. and should echo throughout Dyed. Panama's Bieeched. Repaired By Factory Exports ing and Pressing ot Men's Clothing. civilization." CHAPLAIN MADE CAPTAIN. Brushes for all makes of starting John B. Stetson Hats at Low Prices. BISHOP GLASS. Rev. Stephen L. tDowd, chaplain and lighting systems. All work 520 West Walnut Street. aViBBaBBsm. made scores of his Editor, has at Fort Omaha, has been raised to ono year. GO per cent, to BOO guaranteed Bishop Joseph readers from It is rumored that the rank of Captain In the army. of per cent, on Investments, who have Automotive Elict. Sarvics Co. Father Dowd received a Lieutenant's of the dloceso Gloss, S. Lilf ksHKilf' ssr ' i nF? on what to buy followed hla "tips" ?' Salt Lake, will bo appointed memcommission at the Chaplain TrainMEN'S BLACK OR TAN i 548 South Third Street ' and when to boII, In oil and mining ber of the Administrative Committeo ing School at Louisville, and was knows stocks, during past year. He ot tho National Catholic War Counassigned to the lClst Depot Brigade, Phone City 1833. "Who's Who" in the oil game. All of Columbus), composCirnn Grant. Rockford, 111. Last MBSlmZ " cil (Knightsprelates, who direct war asm i JHlflly confidential. information strictly ed of four r January ho was (transferred to Fort dHBifclllfeBHHBa?"!! will Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil 81t roar boys aa edarttoa that activities and reconstruction work Omaha, where no lias smco oeen prepmrs wass ur. iuk to. Journal ?2. (Free with each new undertaken by tho church. His apstationed. LssBaKllSfHBKHLHsSBk J b subscription a beautiful map ot ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE 1 pointment would bo to succeed Then shoes are world Tjeaters Archbishop (Hayes. Kentucky oil fields an artist's Idea EUCHAWSTIO CONGRESS. they look well and they stand the 114 W. Broaaway, Lo1t1U, Xy. of an airplane view ot tho State, bang's of service. They are designed Writo Conduoted by the XaverUa Brother NEXT FALL. and built for service and they renworth ?5; 14x22 inchtes.) A Eucharistlc Congress will conand SclenUflo Bulaei der that service. for free sample copy 16 pages, Classical,Preparatory Department. L&nr vene at Notro Dame University, An appeal to the, American people Courses, of 2 illustrated, Swimming Pool. Well Equipped Gymna Notre Dame, Ind., on August 5, for funds to carry on tho work be SPALDING SHOE CO. sium. Ttfmi mndftrAta. .1..1. innrlmn T7w1 Oroas will, building, Louisville, Ky. and 7. Right Rev. Joseph Schrembs. Mr. BOBjazxuu. XIOKTEKNTR AND KAPI.B Bishop of Toledo, is protector of tho made next November, according to District Out of the ot ' Priests' Eucharistlc League a statement Js3uea .Dy xr. ijivjhj,tsiuu OPEN BVEN1NOS Farrand, Chairman of tho Central SERVICE America and Chairman ot all EuMESSENGER Committee. charistlc congresses in thcr United (DAY OR NIGHT.) I States. 'I IN HOTEL TID3 LOUISVILLE-OLIff TJX'l Jfc SURGEON A CONVERT. Vmmmim unm 609 souTn pn?rn Has secured tho DeMar Quintet, of TRIBUTE TO TltlEST. Bartlett, U. S. M. C, deliver theater Col. We purchase and PRESIDENT OF SWITZERLAND. of the Walter Reed Chicago, for a short engagement, tlckeU, lunches, railroad tickets, was paid to the memory Now in Paris lo confer with Hospital. "Washington, D. C, and a and will open with them on Monday A tribute berths, etc Prompt and reliable evening at 6 o'clock. Special Tabla a of .th.e late Father Owen Degan when Peace Council officials' concerning third degree Mason, NORTON BUILDING meaaengerii for all kinds of personal City th Cltv Council at (Atchison. Ks., inauguration ot the work of the ceived Into the church by the Do- -' d'Hote Dinners and and private business. Phone N. W.Cfrier Ftiurth aaa Jeff en sn voted to change the name of Divts- - Leagfte of Nations. Suppers will be served. mlnleans. 4414. MEMBERS OP AMERICAN war-strick- en at special prices. sssBBBsWiii&B&s&ms The. Smoke BREVA" Hour. Ob The. FOR New York Studio SAM L. ROBERTSOa CONTRACTOR ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE VOt Hi. V al 115 8. Twonty-slxt- h Home Phono Shawneo J68 WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 $2 and 508-51- Brook nnd Bloom City 8380 Homo City 2803 REPAIR WORK Cumb. S. 16S-- 1 yester-mornln- A SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG, JR. PLUM1HNG AND GAS 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Home Phono Shawneo 801 HENRY GOSS ICoofing, Guttering, Spouting Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, K SECURITY Ji LOAN CO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Note GLOBE nut-brow- Hot Water Heaters LADIES! sun-bonn- corn-flowe- rs Walnut Straw Works 312 AVest Jefferson Street (Socond Floor) Home Phono City 2967. Homo w. m. CISSELL 160J-J- The Influenza Weak. , r Phone City 1931 NATIONAL HATTEIW TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. K25 W. Jefferson St., Ioulsvllle, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Cleaned and Blocked While Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For tind Delivered. Our Motto: "Survlce, Utentlon and Quality." Hats Vou THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'd Well-know- East 180 CO. 7411 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY Incorporated 014-02- S I 2 a Underbill HU Seo. Dearborn LOUISVILLE, Manager beat-behav- III MIT! an a REDTLINQSR FIRE JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED" E.tnblished 182G. Louisville, Ky. OFFICH OUTF1TTKKS STATIQNERS PRINTERS ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 24U1 MONTGOMERY Worker STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 FRANK 000 A. OnUMANN druxtb: East Franklin AND FRESH 967-- A Street MEATS L. GROCERIES Cumb. Main - J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE ' o 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. . old-wor- iu isfliHli: HsH B. MORGAN JOHN B. WATHEN 2525 West Walnut Street FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 1986 OLD MAN HARRIS jr ylH .r S W0RKSH0ES $3.50 $600 n. B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Mb2HMfflsiHMIS IIO XTISI1R' AVRNTUBS 1MB. ' WepfeoiM 411-41- Inter-Southe- rn G -- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Lt. r qr Start the Season Right f 'yttBb 1 High-Re- nt street. IlliP' aHPHi' I a i I ZJr smu .KODAK EILMS Service) Wfttrt TMs Trail Mark It DMUttd Leave Your D KilMllflfnOTrTaraV WUEIIUUU Tweuty-FoarIIo- nr -- After-theat- er 512 S. Second St., Louisville 4 - - KTEKCTUCIC-v- r IRISH .AJfcCE&RICAJSr. 2ESC Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion and Confirmation. BsBSSSBm WHAT A NOTED GEOLOGIST SAYS OF THE DIAMOND SPRINGS OIL AND GAS FIELD m ts f ISbssssK"? Each, year wo carefully plan our stock to meqt chlldrca's requhe-nienfor thesd events. Thls year jou will find scores of rlgbUy designed shoes which excel in quality of material and sbocmaking. lasting The values are wear and freedom from foot torture. two-fol- d - " 5sh5S2sf: t O.Co. e. . ! V. " wiV ..- .- ' T '. . Sporty There haB . ,.,,.. auol,ei- - both oil of ,, i v ,i "w' on thi Backakitt High and Low Models Priced $3 to $6 White CanVna Kid J 'i y WltaU. o.uti Oil end ' r&s C3rp"' . to -- ,' fcwV . . JJludT ' ,l I- ( ! S -- i fUMHMMW yyyyiyYVyyyyyyy ffli 0 WASHING BE Hiac-iio- i I FOR I " tor. .,. ,h cm, ., sebJiaaEai; SOAPWOWS Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. fbr tv, wop,,. ani "5 or ,lle BY MAGIC-KELLE- R INCORPORATED SOAP WORKS ?; Ttiitiiitiiiiiittitliiititlitii liiii.titiiiiiiai HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPOnATBD) COAL CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE ii uplVit tt "h019 i'V ll Y0Ur r traljrf WE ARE NOW SELLING 250,000 SHARES OF STOCK AtTts" i. to-da- QXJAXODY SERVICE lump-Co- al 1 High Grade Eastern Kentucky S6.50 PER TON. Place your next order with us. J tion is exhausted. Every investor is invited to send for our handsome free illustrated booklet, "An Interesting Story of Hidden Wealth " which tells all about Diamond Springs and our safeguarded 5 to 1 investment oppprtunity. Write for your copy y before 'the edi- - PAR VALUE $1.00 PER SHARE Terms cash. OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER EQUITABLE OIL AND CAS CORPORATION Phones City 4511 Main 2082 INCORPORATED 510-11-1- 2 Inter-Souther- n Building If You Want the Best We Have It. FRED Where tlie brightest ; Where the lightest; Where the borne Gr. INCORPORATED JONBS s O Q. LOUISVILLE the little clique running the present "reform" administration are not even trying to camouflage with Smith any more, ibut are out in the open in defiance of his authority. n The machine Is sure g vehicle. It lias vioAnd His Fi lends in the Conncll a lated all ordinances by appointing Give JoU to Near Mayor men from the Chiefs down in the police and fire departSmith. ments, and with a strangle hold on the Council and city's affairs, ls prepared to tell poor old Smithy to go chase himself. Hoard of Works Announces That Score one for the wet garbage plan of theBoard of Works. J. C. Garbage Plan Only Ivoses Miller, Superintendent of the Street Nino Hundred. Cleaning Department, comes to the bat tills week with the followIng official statement, via the City Hall press censor Three-AcSpecialty Furnished by "The sale of wet garbage during the month of May netted tho cltv miui anu Jveystono Police $1,100, AND IT ONLY COST THE Department. CITY .$2,000 TO COLLECT THIS KENTUCKY Twenty-fo- BROOK AND A STS. CHESLEY Where the Quick Meal Comes In IfcBg) Is Searcy-Chilto- rough-ridin- out-of-to- work meal ls 19 ifllljl cooked bQst; MMetMed lu.u I eF Where the range stands the test the where That's "Quick Meal" comes IB. Where work Is quickly done; . Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge Is out of sight the That's where "Quick Meal" comes In. t; Oalek Mal Gaa ltaagea Sold, laatalled and Hifthly Reoomaiaadsd GEHER & SON, TRY A PACKAGE- 215 W. MARKET ST. EVERYBODY WHO DRINKS TH15 HAM) NOW AUGMENTED. ENGELHARD'S COFFEE ALWAYS SMILES A GRADE TOR EVERY PURSE ASK YOUR GROCER FINE f GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on 1 short notice. MEN'S CL0THJNQ Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. largext iude. Wi have Xepolr Shop In a pendent Tord the A the city. Onr modern faciUUei mean A skilled service at reasonable COSt. A CJET OUR PRICES Any jsaxe car Towea in" FORDS REPAIRED DUGAN Shop i J IRA i Dt'GAN. Toreman. and CJeneral Manauer GARAGE sTnnp.T 131D 'fi south nunoK ST. MARY'S COLTiKGE. ua Silk Shirts When Swiss cleaned never lose their newness. One trial will, convince you. Next Wednesday Kentucky's St. iMary'a College at St. Mary, will hold its h academic commencement. This old educational instution has a glorious record, and Its faculty points with pride to the many biahops and priests and numberberlesa distinguished toymen whom it has sent forth. The' programme, as usual, wlllfbe one of the most attrattlve jof any of our many colleges. ninety-eight- The knockout of the street car ordinance Tuesday night at the meeting of the General Council Seems to have Ibeen a aiirnrlsn fr near Mayor Smith, if no one else, uuu mo surprise to mm was that ho had no influence with thA mnmhara of the Council. Of course, that is no surprise to anyone else around here, as all know that "Mr. Ches-ley- " ls the real Mayor, and as was tipped in the cojumns of fhe Kentucky Irish American, there was something "flukey" about the ordinance when it was Introduced, as our real Mayor wasn't present, and when he wasn't present there was nothing doing, it seems as if the unanimous vote rejecting near' Mayor Smith's pet ordinance came as a blow to His Honor's pride, and be now says he baa' washed his hands of the street car matter and ain't going to play any more. Now thnro snmrty.' Toor old Smithy. It has taken him nearlv twn vbts tr Ami nut tnnfr no Mfiirrtt. I., ia A1.. uiiiw- .... 0 fn uu,j, A Ing the salary and that his entire admlnistratipn is governed by the Utile clique headed by "Mr. dies'- The street car ordinance was knocked out because Ches and hi How's that for a splendid financial report from Mr. Miller and his board. The city only' lost $900 in one month trying out the pet garbage plan. Of course, Supt. Miller didn't give actual figures stating how many men were employed at the sonarnllnn nlnnK how many extra Inspectors were needed to see the garbage was separated, etc., but he acknowledges the city lost $900 fooling with the garbage gathering. Por several months the householders liavo been coaxed, ealolpfl nnrl MirnnfnTinrt Intn GARBAGE." There you are. SWISS Cleaners & KAltDSTOAVJf. Dyers Phone 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. The hundredth anniversary of the solemn consecration of the ffathe-drof Bardstowa, ls the original or first of the three Cathe-- ' drals of the Xoulkyllle dioeese, will oqctir in August, and will be the. occasion of special and lmprfMiy ceremony. The I,oulaTill from which viwiAer of others hT been taken, is aow'ta ita one hundred and twelfth, yar. al dtoc. gum, separating their garbage, forbidden m uuru miner pnreai 01 arresi, for- But Boss Hert got in and I kept bidden to sell It to relatives or mum. ' neighbors, and forced to ibuy separThen Sergt. Humphreys to the ate pails for wet and dry garbage. front: Now tho public finds that after all If you ever meet the trouble and inconvenience tho A burglar on your ibeat, "reform" administration is LOSING Do not arrest him, I pray. $900 OR MORE EACH MONTH, His cup is filled with woe and is boasting about it. Just And his bond will sure be low, imagine an ordinary business man He may come back again some day. or corporation being tickled lhat It Then Chief "Lud" with the cloi-- , i' is only losing $900 or so a month. ing number; Fine business, Supt. Miller and the I'm the Chief of the Keystone boobs. Honorable Board of Works. That The street car police and jolly old flattering report from all depart rubes, ments will soon put the city in the As coppers brave we don't show so . . grand, uanKrupicy court. The boasted efficiency of the But we're right thar with the KeyKeystone police force was siown up stone band. again this week in the killing or trolman Giltner. Patrolling a beat INTENTION FOR JUNE. d that extended from . rridndH word .....,. rt mo irauii I., dl..ii. i111 rUUUI - i ... nfrnM ,. ih w. ,.! iu i His Holiness, Pope Benedict XV., Hllffl (U1U IIU1IJ tho coming election, but watch this Broadway to St. Catherine, ls hardly has recommended "Thp Consecravuuipuy win a inouie to me euicipncy or ins po- - tion of Families" to Che Apoatleshlp j..ruro' fi all0.we(I t0 discontinue several lice superiors, and to make the of Prayer as. the general intention otber linos where there are not neglect more glaring thia patrolman for the month of June. In his somany votes, especially the Green ' was allpwed to go on duty of society, for street and Hancock street 'lines, and a rovolver in his pocket for without- licitude zeal the welfare protec- In his for tho salvation of despite the awful protests of the tion. Old men and real policemen soulsy in his devotion to the greater negroes, as the "reform" leaders say that this is the first in the glory of Supreme Pontiff, say, the colored brother will vote history of the city that atime beat realizing God, the truly large that a Christian the Republican ticket ho matter like, that was allowed to go with home life Is the key to the whole what happens. only one policeman or protection. situation, makes an urgent appeal .Encouraged by the unanimity of Aside from Giltner's death, what an to the faithful the world over to the General Council members in op- - injustice to the in that consecrate families to the Saposing Smith, the Louisville Herald district, who pay for. police protec- - cred Heart their Oui Lord. Divine of even starts taking a rap or two at; tion, to depend on one policeman "Where there are two or three gaththe near Mayor and the distinguish- - during the entire night. Messrs, ered together in my name, Irtiere am ed editor calls Smith down for raak- - Burlingarae and Johnson, of the I in the midst of them," said our a !,urly". remark and accuses, Board of Safety, might explain this Savior. LI What a happy assurance him of "peevishness." Jiually th In their next talk on the efficiency for ,th? family that is consecrated Herald warns the near Mayor to of the pAllce de- - to the Sacred Heart of Jesus! To Keystpno "pull stroke In the boat," or ele . partmentL have, their home hlessed toy the and concludes bv sAvinsr "that h Vava mn nut tx... presence of the Lord Himself! To ltJ(TjJ HwUd) is vaaHy actv specialty furnished by th wl.'A have In their midst the .source of all for " threat, .minfstmtlon with the jwar ,Myor. heavenly gracesl When Our Lord 1 H?,r g and itC8rtainly goes to how tftat Chief "Lud" Petty and Sert, "Bill" appeared to Blessed (Margaret Maryt Humphreys as headliners. Thus far they have appeared at the High School, one or two district schools, and their last appearance was at a community gathering lield In the Fourth district station house, urth and Main streets, Monday ovening. The Chief in his 'bit of the specialty said that one writer referred to him as a "farmer chief of police," but In this the Chief got twisted, as his popular title Is "Chief of the farmer police." Sergt. Humphreys, who Is an "orator" himself, and leads in gospel prayers at the station house. Introduced Smith and Petty, and they in turn did their little stunt, ending with tho one-afarce entitled "You throw a little bull at me and I'll do same for you." Quite a nifty litthe tle act, as the press agents say. The occasion was enlivened 'by the Keystone police orchestra, constlng of two fiddles, two gjttars and a triangle, the latter being an addition to the band, and henceforth you can look for the band being billed as an augmented orchestra, the triangle being the augmented part. As this popular trio will be In demand on future occasions at school entertainments, benefits, etc., the dramatic editor of the Kentucky Irish American Is going to suggest the following to be used as an encore number by the three stars: Mayor Smith can recite the following: I'm the" Mayor of a great big city, And jealous ories think Its a pity; I surely fought the racing gamo, by ct n-head of celectial blessings should be exposed and honored. To obtain that divine .blessing for all homes Is the ardent wish of the Holy Father. Therefore he has sent out his appeal to tho Catholics of every nation to consecrate their families to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and to sanctify their households with the image of tlmt Heart, which shed upon tho cross its last drop of (blood for the redemption of mankind. one of the richest promises He made to the clients of His Saored Heart was that he would bless the homes in which the image of that fountai- rftfftfc ST. CATHERINE ACADEMY. ranged, to begin at 9:30 o'clock. The graduates from the academic department will be the Misses Sara Hamilton Barber, Eleanor Marie Harris, Louis Elizabeth Moraja, Gladys Temple Mudd, Mary Emma Shader, and ifrom the Commercial department Misses Rebecca Pearl Broderick, Clevie Marie Clements, Florence Rpulnn. riiiimn. MnrlA Jos ephine Molohon, Anna Lucille Rar- ick, St. Catherine of Sienna Academy, conducted by tho Dominican Sisters near Springfield, in Washington county, and cfrom under whoe loof have been graduated numbers of the fairest and most accomplished flowers of Southern womanhood, will hold its ninety-sevencommencement next Tuesday. An excellent programme of exercises has ibeen arth ARE YOU Looking For an Ideal Suubr-ba- n Bungalo Home? Just outside the city limits, in tho most beautiful of the Highland section, wo have a three bungalow, on n lot modern 150vl(J.' feet and the finest garden land in Jefferson County. cottage or bunA fho or galow, close to a. Catholic church, may be traded in on this property. Come to see us. FOUR - APARTMENT BRICK HOUSE, rented nt S80 per month. If jou have u residence, really worth S0.500 to $7,000, to for this, let us know. SU,800 WILL BUY A SPLENDID FKAS. HOUSE. On a foot lot and on tho Preston street cur line, near tho Eastern Parkway, on the loud to Camp Taylor. Easy terms. bed-rooone-floor six-roo- m well-locate SIN-ROO50-iJO- O fnyms Newton KancK. SUCCESSFUL INITIATION. ....,. Last Sunday the Knights of Columbus In Jeffersonvllle conducted one of tho most successful initiations ever held In Southern Indiana. The first and second degrees were conferred by Grand Knight Thomas D. Clines and team from Loiiisville, and the third was exemplified by Past Deputy Madison Walsh and staff, of Washington, Ind. The programme outlined last week was fully carried out, and at the banquet Father Halpip, Judge Fortune and others delivered stlrlng and patri. otic addresses. fort, loft Saturday for Detroit, where she will bo with her son, Mr. Matt Foley, and family for a visit. During her absence her daughter, Mrs Ben Gabbard, and sons, of Richmond, are with Mr. Foley and Miss Clara FRANKFORT PERSONALS. Mrs. Michael J. FOley, of Frank- Pa-ey. single-handle- yi- - - I City 1X21 201-21- PhoBsH Mn in 2517 ' tax-paye- rs Foley Mrs. John R. Sower left Wednesday for Washington City, where she will bo for several days with her sister, going then to Annapolis, where she will be joined by her daughter. Miss Anita Sower, and they will enjoy the Juno week festivities tft the Navy Academy, where Leonard Sower is a cadet. Mrs. Mamie S Lutkemeier announced during the week the en- 7 Norton Building FuHrtli and JeffcrHon. ROY SCOUT WEEK. President Wilson, speaking for tho nation, has issued a proclamation setting aside the week beginning June 8 and Ondtng Juno 14 as Boy Scout week for the purposo of enlarging and strengthening the organization. Associate membership will be offered to the ?nother3 and fathers of American boys and to other adult American citizens. This will provide a supporting organization for (tho Boy Scouts of America which will Insure the enlarged usefulness, and. effectiveness of the Scout movement. J . iniuj , 'd-ml!U- n' gagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Maiy Agatha Lutkemeier, to Arthur Raymond Kernen. The wedding will take place June 19. at the Good, Shepherd parsonage. ' Mlsa Emma May Tutt entertained with a shower on Thursday for the veig ''.... .'.'. ..Tate! tomta&tt . t , . t i . n W' W' KBIVTIICKY fT18Fl 11 PURE TSv 3 AJVfO&BfclOAJ! 41 ASK FOR WOLFFS CONE CAKES ThesQ delicious cakes are rolled into a cone so you can fill them with ice men. Each instance means that some family lias beeti relieved of tho suspense of agonized waiting for news through the work of the Red Cross, , - ST. HELENA'S CLUB. A cream and serve them to your family or guests. Buy them from any ice cream dealer. To Avoid Cheap Imitations Ask For WOLFf'S CONE CAKES THEY HAVE NO EQUAL BAKED BY RALPH CLEAN GOOD WOLFF ' & SONS LOUISVILLE, KY. 418 EAST MARKET Home Phone, City 790. On next Monday evening at the regular monthly 'meeting of St. Club, which Helena's will be held at the Presentation Academy'' Auditorium. Fourth and Breckinridge. Rev. Regis Barrett will speak.. Father Barrett, who has been an army chaplain since the beginning 6f tho late war, is widely known as an orator, and the members are assured of an interesting talk. Ih; connection with the lecture a splendid musical programme has been arranged, and a very en-- l joyable evening is anticipated. Last week the annual retreat took place with the Rev. Father Ignatius, C. P., of St. Louis, as director. Each evening a large assembly of members was present to hear the zealous Father eloquently ' speak on truths of some of the religion. The. sermon Friday even-ins- :, on "Mary Our Mother," was es pecially beautiful and appropriate. Tile crown, However, was put upon ,the work Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, as the organ, accompanied by several vldlins. pealed forth its sweet melodies' and 450 young ladies marched into church for mass and holy communion. The reverend re treat master, after his touching closing address, gave the Papal benediction; followed with benediction with the Blessed Sacrament, and as the choir Intoned the Te Deura, and the assembly of young business women took up ithe .refrain, the heart was indeed transported with praise and thanksgiv ing. AUGUST WGXIO. No ftre3 to buildi No fuel to carry No ashes to cart Simplicity Cleanliness Convenience " marks the operation of electric service from start to finish.' . WWW W V m W f V9VWV9V ; .HIBERNIANS. e-- Whether you need a small light in a' dark closet for just a moment or want to switch on the washing machine for the week's laundry our electric service is always ready to perform in the same efficient way. 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Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions. For tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an indepeSil ent permanent income, aaaress tne Homo umce or tne company. Deposit fund. A tidy sum was realized. The social session of the Seattle Hibernians resulted in the filling out of a goodly number of applications. Another one is planned for the near future. Fort Wayne Hibernians promise to give tho State convention a rousing reception. The opening day will be a big one in Irish race affairs 1n Northern Indiana. Seattle Hibernians are hoping to have tho Rev. James Grattan Mythan, an Episcopalian from Nor folk, ' address an open-ai- r meeting when they have their joint picnic on. Sunday, July 6. St Paul Hibernians feel the loss of John E. Kennedy, the venerable custodian of their halls and for over thirty years prominently Iden tified with tho order and all actlvl- tlesfor Irish .welfare. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Pat Begley says the Knlght3 of In tho Gray room at the Tyler Columbus is a Jonah team for our Hotel on Thursday evening, Juno boys. 12 at 8 o'clock, the regular monthly Tom Qulnu says he didn't enjoy meeting of the Catholic Federation hls'supper after the ball club's de- will be held. It Is hoped by the feat Sunday. officers that all members and dele Hibernians in the East have gates attend this meeting, as mat adopted resolutions pledging sup- ters of Importance will come up. port to the Irish envoys. FATHER'S BIRTHDAY. Tom Dolan says he Was tempted to serve as a pinch hitter for some Georce W. CCuscaden. known to of our ball players Sunday. everybody in Louisville, was given Fort Wayne has been seleoted for a party on Saturday the Indiana State convention, to be byTiappy birthday his sons, Messrs. George, Arthur held the latter part of August. and Harry Cuscaden. the sixty-fift- h Division 2 of Indianapolis gave a anniversary of his coming. Into this Bmoke'r and social Monday night to An elaborate supper at world. the entire membership of Marion Bruen's was followed by a theater county. party at Fontaine Ferry. Tno3e Division 3 met last night, and present were Messrs. and Mesdames President Tim 0Leary predicted George W Cuscaden, Jr., Harry better results from the ball team to- Cuscaden, Arthur Cuscaden, and morrow. Mrs. George Rinker, of Cincinnati. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Indian apolis are making 100 dresses and AUTHORITY SUSPENDED. aprons for the orphans nt the Good Shepherd Home. The Committee on War Activity County Financial Secretary James of the Knights of, Columbus has reMoTlghe says nothing doing (for ball ceived a communication from tho prizes last Sunday, as the boys were War Department suspending its authority to send .additional eecretar-ie- s all off their stride. overseas to carry on work among The Ladles' Auxiliary of St. Paul soldiers In France and Germany. gave a popular entertainment for the Irish The committee had arranged a gramme of athletics and vaudeville ath entertainment and twenty-fiv- e letic directors were 10 leave new York June 1. pro- Name Address xt rrr... v.. .......... Louisville Gas & Electric Co. (Incorporated) mto 311 West Chestnut Street. n sap KNIGtiTS Late New Member UP l!l)liU!t Tri-Sta- te The Three Essentials of Success Property That Will Interest Here and Management Financial Strength Consolidated Oil INCORPORATED. .. ATTACKS PLEASE WALSH. One man in London enjoys a long, continuous smile that Is Frank P. Walsh, as he reads the columns of editorials and inspired articles concerning the visit to IreJohn P. Dunne, land of Ryan and himself. Mr. Walsh says; "It's all water on our wheel. The more publicity we get the better we are pleased. We don't desire percx-Go- v. sonal publicity, but anything that makes the British think concerning Ireland Is all to the good." CATHOLICS ARE OR ATI PIED. The faculty of the Catholic University of America at Washington, D. I u ;"v , i C, in particular,' and Catholics generally in this country, must feel The Twin City League furnished gratified in ireadlng the translation some baseball surprises at Shawnee of the letter of Pope Benedict XV. Gibbons, Cardinal Fark last Sunday to the big crowds to Cardinal attending tho games. The first was O'Connell and the Archbishops and INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE C tho ease with which the K. of C. the Bishops of the United States, to team Tan over the nibernians, win- note that tho Sovereign Pontiff has LOUISVILLE, KY. ning in a 9 to 1 game, Manager given his (blessing to the National Murphy's boys Dlayjnjr as if in a Shrine of the Immaculate ConcepUniversity and has exdaze, Ben while Bossmeyer's tion at the desire to see the great pressed his ivnignis were just tun or "neD." comThe" Shawnee Club and Mackln work begun ana carnea to played another pretty game, "Bob" pletion. It Is probably tho flr3t Dilllhanty's Y. 01. I. boys displaying time in history that tho Holy Father For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. a Inside baseball and. winning out in has sent from the Vatican audithe for More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total a 6, to 4 contest. Tommy Scully large mosaic as ho destines and Jilgh deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the twirled good ball for the losers, the ornament of and choir which tho soon altar grace tho banquet people of Louisville at this safe, conservative will bank. his pitching deserves mention with grounds in Cincinnati. of the UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND tho weekly twirling"' of his brother at Washington. Catholic University John Scully, who has staged a COLONELS VS. ST, PAUL. WINB HOU8 HOLLENBAOH'S THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO, comeback with Jhe Hibernians. The, NATIONAL SECRETARY HERE. X, Alumni continued its winning The Louisville baseball team will - streak by taking the' California club (Incorporated) tackle the hardest opposition Of Its v Karl k. Hollenbach, Prop. Cooper, National entire trip in tho series beginning M. Dr. John into camp in an 8 to 3 contest, and '' Distillers Of the tip in these columns after the Secretary of the Women's Activities with St. Paul this afternoon. St. Importer and Dealer in first game that the college boys of the Catholic Council, was here Paul got off to a flying start in the and Is OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH would cut a figure In the pennant this week for a few days, to, WDOTS AND LIQUORS the were in pink. of condition, and have race 13 coming true, as their game paying especial attention "HOLLENBAOn" TUBE RYE girls. 13 improving weekly. Four teaniB housing problem for working to St. continued In the lead because of 144 SoHth Third Street smart baseball played under Mike Q20 W. Main St. and Dr. Cooper went from here Louisville, Ky. are now tied for first place Sea Phone 1191 But comparing some battle royals are expected to- Louis to attend the National Asso- Kelly's leadership. . morrow. They meet as (follows: ciation of Catholic Alumnae In ses the two clubs just now Louisville looks much the best. Our Shawnee vs. California, Diamond sion tthero. pitching staff Is just as good as St. No. 1; X. Alumni vs. K. of C, DiaSHELBYV1LLE. Paul's, the infield is about a standmond No. 2V and Mackln vs. A. O. off from a fielding standpoint, but H., on Diamond No. '4. The standMlohael Casey, of Shelbyvllle, who the Colonels far outclass the Kelly ing to date: Won Lost Pet has been with the Quartermaster's Infield in hitting. Our catching Corps In Franco for a yoar, landed staff is superior, and the same goes .Knights of Columbus. '. 3 at Newport Ncwb last week and tel- for our outfield, Hendricks, Besoner 1 3 75 Hibernians egraphed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Acosta toeing easily the best In 1 Mackm Council.. 3 750 Casey, that ho would bo the Association. With Wortman at X. Alumni r 3 .750 John M. short the .Colonels should be able to o Californians. .000 home as soon as possible. 4 take a fall out of the leaders and Shawne; Athletic Club o .000 4 give the cluba big impetus on its IOWA DOES WELL. journey. RELIEVED OF SUSPENSE. Over sixty clas3 Initiations, totalSUPPER AND LAWN FETE. ing nn increase or more than 4,000 Hundreds of men reported in action, 958 of them to be exr members in the past year, shows The annual supper and lawn fete apt. have been 'found since the first how the Knights of Columbus order of May through the efforts of the Is growing in Iowa, This informa- to be given by the members of St. Red Cross Department of (Military tion was given out by State Deputy Brlgid's church will take place on church Relief In the three army cwnps in Devaney in his annual report to the Thursday, June 19, on theHepburn Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Ib Iowa State Council. At the State grounds at Baxter and Sherman definite news of 484 convention a year ago in Fort avenue. All friends of St. Brlgid's jKy. jCamp ltu men bH obtained. In Camp Dodge the, reports snowed a total are Invited to attend this affair and .Taylor sews, of 486 and in Pert mewberthiB of 16.700. Now it Is they are premised a good eufper Benjamin Harrison wws of eight. coaaMeraWy ever the 20,000 a ark. and fine thaae. A t' LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Syracuse. The Ohio State Council, meeting last week at Columbus, forwarded an appeal to President Wilson re questing him to consider the matter of for Ireland at the Peace (Conference in Versailles. Tho fourth degree exemplification In Covington last Sunday marked an epoch in tho annals of Columblan- Ism, ibolng the first time for the degree to be conferred In any of the Northern Kentucky cities. The class numbered 160. Col. P. H. Callahan, whose war activities, work has been of much material good for our soldiers and country, responded to the toast, "The. Knight of the Future," at the Covington fourth degree Initiation The initiation, at Cincinnati taxed the capacity of, Elder Hall to the utmost limit. Last week Indianapolis Council initiated 119 candidates, the largest class in its history. Texas and Louisiana Councils added noarly 1,000 to their membership last month. Successful indications at- Decatur and Lafayette added another 150 to the Indiana membership. Texarkana Council has overcome. war time conditions and last Sunday initiated a worthy clas3. Preliminary steps have been taken for the organization of a council at St. Mary's College, Dayton, Ohio. Attornoy Thomas Walsh delivered a great address at the 'banquet following the successful fifth initiation at Brooksville, Ind. The fourth degree class at South Bend had 125 candidates. Right Rev. Msgr. 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