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Both Market St loulnlKt, Ky. nMS 432 Kentucky Irish American LOUISVILLE, SATURAY, JUNE 14, 1919. t I BROWNTAXlf 1 I INTUIKNT rFIWIt CMEFVL SMWCC B HOME Bfl Mntfl m U Krery Driver an Kscort. IwriSYiHt Csrttofi t. Tankik j g Ij Incorporated 8. 8 a VOLUME XL1I- .- NO. 24. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ment is in reality aimed at tho destruction of States' rights to a greater degree than toward the success of woman's suffrage; that In her Judgment It is a part of a propaganda to put aside States' rights; to destroy the principle of that which is the inalienable right of a people to determine 'for themselves that which is lor their own good. She 3ald the amendment gives a false definition to woman's suffrage; that It places the women of certain States in the position of being forced to vote on the question at issue, and that it Is to her repugnant that the women of the State sTiall force upon the Commonwealth of another something that doe3 not represent the will of the people. She said she believes such a violation of prlnci. pies of States' rights will lead to other results in political affairs injurious to tfie people of the country. Miss Clay' said she believes in upholding the dual character of the Constitution, which is both Federal and State, and that a Federal amendment dictating who shall vote ln a State Is destructive of the character of the Government, by substituting administrative units for beings. citizens , a PROHIBITION Politicians Emulating Example the Cat and Ills Nlito Lives. CIDING VOTE, and thanks goodness no horrible ward politician received the appointment. The Times fur ther raves how evenly divided the Sewer Commission is from a politi. cai standpoint, dui ior prooi oi mis we will quote the Louisville Herald of and tho Evening Post as to the politics of the near Mayor's appointees: IMPORTANT. Great Work That Confronts Irish Jlare Is tho Victory , Fund. -- j Republicans Having Much Trouble With Colored Voter and Stoims in Sight. Louisville's "Hick" Firemen Again Try to Put Out Firo in Cottonseed Plant. INGRATITUDE TO THE 'HERALD. The most 'important work ever undertaken iby our race ln America Is the collection of the Irish VicLast Sunday, the feast of Pente- tory Fund. It will enable the Irish cost, will live 1n the lives of many race here and at home to meet the happy little children, in a number of enemy of America and Ireland on parishes who approached the altar " to receive their first holy com- overj' field. IT MUST SUCCEEDI NOT ONE OF THEM IS SMILING. munion. At the Cathedral six girls It Is succeeding but only where They are and twelve boya received the sacra-- hard work Is being done for It. of a single one ofShese men. Good enough reason why. ing Trianon Palacefat Versailles, following a meeting with the Allied ment at tho 7 o'clock mass Trom tno .Money does not leap spontaneously ft Is shown tho military chaperono furnished the Teutonic delegates by hands of Father Rock, whoso kindly out of purse and pocket. The Amer words they will never forgot, and 'after a. breakfast served by the la ican public has been called on so dles of the Altar Society they were j often during tho past two years that ""- confirmed by Bishcip O'Donaglwie,' a padlock of caution now guards Its who was assisted by Fathers Dris- - diminished resources. Not merely COli, u touBor , anu iu;k. iho the merits of our cause, therefore, j dd t th ,k Bishop made a short but Impressive ibut energy combined with well-dTthoutfalltog over their own talk to the little ones. vised and dignified methods must feot ThJ H ,fl puWlHhed pic. At St. Brlgld's church Rev Father swell the Fund. f h efflent flre flht. the 7:3Q o'clock Jansen celebrated Examples provided by the numer, ,n why the t d,dn,t mass, when a class of twenty-seve- n ous recent "drives," whether for boys received the American funds like those of the sUn classed Louisville underwrUers Applies to Irish as Welles to Pole, Ukranian and Finn, According girls and fourteenHoly Eucharist for b j of the thlrd c,ag3 b as a sacrament of tho (Red Cross, Knights of . Columbus cauge f u Well hick flremen the first time. The altars were bril- 'and Salvation Army, or in behalf of to George Creel, Chairman of Committee on Public Information. Jansen other suffering nations across the anrtray tho near flremen dIdn. liant with lights and Father show a bU f BmUtld6 for the Her. in Ms sermon spoke words of ad- water Polos, Belgians, Aremnlans , ald,g efforti Flr(J broke t vice and encouragement to his young and Jews should be studied by our charges. ' at the cottonseed oil plant andfathe people. New York, naturally looked n,d whTere ? St. Cecilia's church presented per- - jto for the most 2,1 "M&" firemen made a holy show of methods is "pre- - themselves. The Antl It seems as if places in as well as the biggest contribution, sented by Ir. Palmer, of Michigan. the de to the flre were tran(J Irish United as Never Before, Vote as a Unit For Independence and Have Strong day momins at the 7.3o o'clock ana ,has under 'the leadership ot Judge and we'll have to concede the doc- .. mass, when rorty-iou- r gin . d and the coal wa ' S waB ,n forty-foboys received their first Cohalan, adopted many of tho plans tor's organization is a working one, front at Thlrd street and tho Con. Claims on American neople For Support. u um- - successfully demonstrated by the as it has worked the people of federate monufent. noiy communion, anu ua-The going to America out of millions of dollars the flro must be descrlbed aa a day evening when Bishop O'Don- - 'other Funds. step to redeem New The first and finally out of their rights and parade instead of a "run." as the laghue administered to: them and fifteen converts the sacrament of York's pledge waB tho formation of slow time they make now couldn't ."kJ168, comes Dr. W. S. Lockhart, a New York Irish Victory Fund confirmation, Then be clas3lflod as a .run.. To g0 George Creel, who was Chairman and shape the foreign policy of the Idents of the United States as were comprising representaof Our Lady twen- - Committee, representing the Men's Federation, back to our Bt At tho Chui-cg Tne coal orof the Committee on Public Infor- United States. What? then, is to be citlzens of a boys or tives of various country glrl3 and thirty-'slwhich organization made its reputa- - h drJver and all became en ganizations and eminent tion looking for vice and crime dur- - tangled ln the traffio at thls polnt mation during the war, and during the attitude of thbseYAmericans who had the right to claim exemption the parish who had been prepared (women ot the race. Judge men and his services as press censor visited Cohalan The reDort oN the hv Rev. Martin O'Connor, tho pastor, ing Democratic administrations, but and n tho m, he flre pumplng Ireland, studied conditions and talk are not of Irish blood an. who have f when drafted. no concern with thJIflsh; question Provost ,Marahul shows that.jthismade their, first communion, the as Chairman has the support otd Jup- since the Republican "reform ad- - pparatus wa8 wrecked. -- wittf'njrrir ttcesQtrf f xreganV"Hcmlrfck-pconed to leaders, write3 as dettlnleVl class" waived exemption ln the fol- - ch"ufch"belng thronged power mlnlstraUDn-camo-dnto MlBCUSg cerning Ireland's claims follows self-- save as it bears eminent lawyers like for to relatives and friends. Father O Con ' Collins, T ormtln-HlStates? Federation has evidently been the Jottonseed plant flro agaIn aa govornment In the New York Amer of the aUnited of heavy It Is idleand lowing percentages: ..) Hfn4tvt r1n. nor talked to the children in a feel- r reproof . 30.4 tone Ireland adopt ing out the window. Though crime the flremen lost control and ican: ing and invpreSilve manner on the boy, Dliector of the Draft of New present local nfrald t(j confesg their Belgium 24.4 talk of "America first." America ahd scandal during the faure t0 The solemnity of the occasion and the York; of men eminent in the arts Scotland 24.2 administration has reached the high ' handlo tnl3 poor old worn.out are, Ireland world Is asked to consider has always been first with the merely as "England's domesspiritual benefits that would come like Victor Herbert; of women who England 22.5 for while love of Erin is water mark, there has noverbecna of the department heads inatead tic problem." Certain circumstances, have labored to enroll their sex In to them. ... 22.0 an unchanging passion, his allegiWales ..... chirp from the Men a Federation. of r,ng,ng ln a second alam Wed to unyielding as iron, preclude the ac- ance, once given, is never divided by the cause, like Miss Sarah McKel-vo- y Sorvia 21.07 Rev. Lockhart had goo(lgrounds to caU QUt help by zTzte telephone ceptance or any such view. TRINITY COUNCHy. and Miss Mary (Manahan; of the Not a hyphen. 21.0 Canada stir up a little mess on his own ac- - me8Sages Fortunately there were editors of the Gaelic American and Men of Ireland gave heart and France 19.4 count, as tho enterprising burglars fiome real flremen at Camp Taylor even by the utmost strain of amiable Intent can a question that strength Next Moday evening Trinity Couu- - the Irish World, and of many oth. Italy to George Washington; 16.8 ln our midst cracked the safe In hla and th quenched the flames It strikes at the very heart ers making up a committee which e,e" ' building c" n'ot their money aa well. When the Just as they have fought side by nate-w for office in the mIght a t)ad ,dea to moye AtUnto Jurtadlc Uon symbolizes the new plane upon January 9 and got away wltn.,,. flrpm,n.H .nhnnl out to tho nnt- - tional agreement be aet down and Bank of Pennsylvania was organ- side with pure native stock In ever on written off as which Irish affairs stand. A sucThat ized to supply funds for the sup- - Ameifcan war for the preservation u !"" "Tv ?550 in Liberty bonds. The next tonseed nlant as. If they can not nut magic formula, "domestic." Avenue business .Ohio. Au. signature to the call for this fire out, it will serve as train nort or tho American JVrmv. nni of democracy and the triumph of will be held at Columbus, same oven- - cessful FifthSpain, is Treasurer. man, important William J. "votes ror proniDiuon- - is uoi. r. a. Ing for the "hicks." We'd certainly has marched armiesfewand tumbled third of the subscribers, represent- - democratic Ideals, so have the Irish P181 18 and 10. On the Such a local committee should bo years, play- ing more than ,tftn,ln.g Y d the capital, played heroic parts in the victories '?B th,e momb5 Callahan, who claims to represent hate to pa j-- the bills for demolished empires these last alm the starting-poin- t ln the drive for ing too a tho Catholic Prohibition League, apparatus the "hick" flremen are sciousnesslarge be part in world con- were members of the Friendly Sons of peace. In the advancement of "c,pa.te .?to tho fund In every limited by any ar- of St. Patrick, and this organization the frontier, the harnessing ot beach 8ul.t,",n WPnlr separate societies community. Where and of which society there is not the storing up. In addition to the dam- bitrary discrimination work without a in the hour later contributed outright the sum' streams, the battle with mountain rans'e slightest clue. There is not a sin- age at the cottonseed plant fire ? iviSifv ana common .,., direction lines of action for ! r tho gle Catholic organization in Ken- some bright ones tried to tako a of victory and adjustment. tciTcnn f o nni nr ti enn ,io.t "ielr.the members Even as Poles, Czechs, Jugo- 000. will cross and the public may be ,r!eJ10waste, men of Irish blood Washington praised this so- tucky on record aa favoring prohibi. fire truck through a narrow alley at f InnhWnthwill be by appeals from slavs, Ukranlana, Finns and scores ciety as "distinguished for the firm and records of achievement thathave de- ?,iiIodB7 social meeting and all Irritated Rivalry Is not as competing tjon, ana irom wiire i " Twenty-sixt- h left and Jefferson, tearing successful forces. are members of- - Col. Callahan's society off all the sideg and equipment of of other submerged nationalitiesinde- adherence of Its members to the ' serve our gratitude and faith, to And the failure of routine business will be dispensed as to he truck , no one knows. The same applies or-There Is no department of tQ fl t u ff Qne struggling so the upper air ofappeal glorious cause ln which we are in. re- all Irish Committee, ..t innt tmiv nnfv nf tnp nttinr - 1 ot tne joKe nremen r.in closing tne pendence, does Ireland forces to get together ...- w and accepted membership cau endeavor profession, trade or with. A Boosers' and icuoi, of to ganlzations represented ln the tall. flre alarm box turned ln anotner lies,the solemn covenant of the Al- in It as offered by a unanimous calling that Gaels hae not en- - cently appointedFrank consistingJas. would depilvo the cause of half the chupp, advantage It should derive from this with They have no standing, no Publish-- 1 aldrm and had the poor "hicks" and "rights of its championship of the vote teied and enriched, and when, out Jos. M. Belle, n. - - L. Sullivan, aro work. Even If the fund is greater small peoples," and its ed membership, no place of meeting, the,r mte dumray motoi.s coine a Irish aid was not confined to of ancient devotions that must ever - Kellv and J. h , ,n thelr than the fondest hones anticinated. ss sonorous assent to "tho reign of these shores alone, however, etc., yet these six men attempt to tralllng down agaln for remain dear to decent hearts, they m5., ..Z., '",liili i i 0ne or tw0 law, based n. Is only half tell the people of Kentucky their ni)re weekg nkJ th,g and the Key. governed." upon the consent of the Count Arthur Dillon sailed with ask that pledged principled of Jus- - Jg as ,s shown by the members, that other half isthe result desired; the birth of the the duties as voters and citizens. Irish troops from France to tlce be applied to Ireland, America ,lco wIU have to ook to 8tone of this new spirit of United As never before the Irish are fight The efforts of the Courier-Journ"JlyL om the efforts for America In tho West In- can not evade an answer. It is ,aure,S( the .,hlck flremen theJr Tho first move by the New York . and Times and the other Republican gottlng t0 be som3 reguiar "hum- - united. With the exception of pro- dies. It was this force's capture of plain, however, that too much Is at committee testing majorities ln four Ulster British bases that relieved the Col- stake to permit the Interference of committee was to adopt a policy of papers seem to huvu b """"- - dingers. counties, Ireland voted as a unit ln onials of a great danger, contribut- mere sentiment. Justice is the one frequent meetings in the Waldorf-AstorINTKKKSTiyG COXinTnE.NOh. in trying to ciesuw mM""- guberna1918 for a republican form of gov- ing no Hotel. Such meetings in Democratic ranks and the tho ultimato success. safe foundation for world peace. If. little to ERNEST G. KLLERT. lm- - the best surroundings repreernment. The seventy-thre- e ln any com- Is ot A conference contest between Black and was the son the contentions of the Irish are torial munlty will not only demonstrate a sentatives elected by the Sinn Fein Gen, Andrew Jackson a fourth of wlthout Justice, then it stands to -. uarron, tne cniei and ntipnntA rt '"irri Monday relatives here received e refused to take their seats at West, of Irish parents, war of 1812 were reason that the Irish In the United the 'horn? bulldhS action, but vltrnrnna ond itnnttnnniia laes to oe minster and have assembled as an his officers inbirth or parentage, and States must no longer be uuuwou ?J raise the campaign and applying tc .the con: the sad news of the deathofon sltuat ion Ernest Irish Parliament, of sorts, ln Dub- men of Irish atternoon at Denver n.i r.nn- - the cause in the eyes of the public. r. tests for other State offices. Gov Qf clement it is estimated that not less than to stand ln the way of B rt lin. ny uie .The next step was to pledge the The thousands of British solfotwico has been caueu ?laBCk,PCtahre ?rob.itldSg BlIS who. is connected with the James diers ln Ireland virtually constitute 170,000 Irishmen fought under Lin- lean amity that is the very key- United States Department of Laboi various Irish spcleties and the variof the stone In the arch of international coln for the preservation reamer uoinpuuy, oi. uouis L. R. Putman, Regional Direcboroughs of the city to definite In against Monow has frigntenea manv tJarK a year ago the deceased was an army of occupation. the America Union. If It stands proved, and will be present to explain the ous """i quotas of New York's general quota tor, the race has put aside factional Republicans, who were depending mi Until Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher, an however, that Ireland suffers Intol plan which the Department of La- Each society and each borough may Acme-Jonbitterness ot the past, and stands n "n.hrd Company, when falling health cau3- - solidly and squarely ln support of Irish rebel, deported for life by the erable oppression, and Is today out bor has cauyed to be adopted ln sev- - resort to the methods it finds most escaped side the Justice for which millions ...i ninnP otntea. Gov. James D Kieventn uisuici, wbuj O. ii" bim to resign his position. He Ireland's demand fbr Justice. It is English Government, and jto Nevertheless, the work Is the have died, it is the plain duty of BUlck has expressed his intention of effective predict that Gov. Blacks nomlna-lC- (l ,ed b h,8 this that gives the Irish question an from Van Dieman's Land Denyer accom kept firmly in the hands of the will take all tne ngnt out oi was among the first England to remedy a condition that attending and delivering tion an Oiio T'liorH-- hn to. American aspect. In the United United States, ma- committee, not only the decisions Morrow and the HerUBearcy uhlm untll hlB death. States there are over 15,000.000 to offer his sword, and this testi";fn the free and friendly part- - drest if his newly assumed duties made at general meetings, but by a f,w permit his absence. Tho object of uniform card of appeal and a uniBesides his father and sistei. Miss people of Irish birth or descent, mony, from a British observer, nershlp of nations. tanks and deIt is to furnish the facts upon the home building campaign is to form collection card. mention' to the' .Stella Ellert. he Is survived by hla woven Into the warp and woof of might well serve as a general 2; l!j0nllR scription of Irish conduct through- which an honest and Intelligent an- - encourage the owning of homes by ,lX S? The most spectacular feature of row wUh mother, two sisters, Misses Marcella our national life by common aspira- out swer may be based that this series the occupants thereof, and to give the campaign In New York has been the struggle: two broth Aniielene and printed flr3t and Sylvester Ellert, and Ellert. The tions and devotions. They stand im'the colored voters "To the Irish division commanded of articles has been written. immediate employment, by the ro- - the publication of e and Alpys e er&, and placably between .this coun- by The colored In these columns. sumption of building operations, to Gen. Meagher was principally auu advertisements ln the leading lpnders say that Morrow Douy was Drougnt to i.ouiBviiie par try and England, crying out against committed the desperate task of LEXINGTON. available labor This conference de- - dally papers. This work Is under tuuuiwu taken to the residence or nis any alliance, agreement or even ' ana nu m genes a large attendance. VuVn Vk Coral avenue, the funeral amity until the case of Ireland has bursting out of the town of Frederthe direction of the National Headnhnnt thfi "wronKS oi iuxu "nd ents. M2 forming under the of Miss Mary The quarters of tho Friends of Irish "wrongs taking place yesterday from St. Bon- been fairly considered and Justly icksburg, and of the Confederate Frances marriage of Astoria. L. I., pay some attention to the PARTY. Manning, flre LITTLE FOLKS' Freedom, and will be repeated in settled. Such a mass, Instinct with withering to attack Marye's Heights, to mass iface church. Fayette the colored voters." ALouisof Elemer H. Jones, of intelligent emotionalism, cannot be batteries, large cities. Nothing could ' meeting of colored voters InMonday was hostess other splendidly illustrate the promiMiss Lucille Qulnlan Ignored either In honor, decency or lowering Immediately in their front. county, was solemnized Wednesday more LEAVE ONLY nOLES. been called for at morning at St. Peter's church, Lex- - at a children's party Saturday ville has nence which tho Irish question has plain common sense. This is a Never at Fontenoy, at Albuera or night ln Qulnn Chapel, with Waterloo, was more undoubted courthe Rev. Father Freiberg noon. Her guests Included MIssee attained in America tho imperan doughnut3 are democracy ln which the Jreaty-ma- k Six Jackson, of Chicago, and R. R. by the aons of Erin celebrating the nuptial mass and Marjorle Ann Metzjier, of Wheeling; tiveness with which It demands atage flinnor'niember of the Illinois Legis- - handed to every, soldier as he boards ing powers of government are under than displayed The at- - Mildred Doerhoefer, Jane Ridley, during those six frantic dashes performing the ceremony. sDeaker of the even- - a train leaving Germany for an em- the ultimate control of the electo- which they directed against the al- tendants were Miss Julia Gormley nose Ann Sherman, Florence Kroe-an- d tention than these statements of or tho Ireland's case ln tho same manner ral nd he will speak in the Inter- - barkatlon point. Of course he has ate. of Joseph Mooney. ger, Mary Alice Ridley, Julia Garo- - as tho cases of (Belgium, Poland and Make no doubt that the Irish vote most Impregnable position ln their J!5' f Willi nm Warley. the colored other things to carry, but he never Mrs. M. L. Ryan was called to un0 Sweeney, Joyce Qulnlan, Mary have been doughnuts, and .. usually will be a block vote against England foe. The bodies, which lie otdense . the Covington because of the serious ill- - Hotfeld, Rita May Sherman, Lillian other small nations Republican aspirant for Legislature refuses tho outUnil all thlnirs Encllsh ns lone as masses within forty yards stated. , Trial, nnoiflnn la allnnrafl tn n.r. muzzles of Col. Walton's guns, are ness of her niece, Miss Marguerite Kroeger, In the lentn WUIU. Alice Dabney Sweeney, Among the plans authorized by (l,lr toft nt tlm InllMmiR not be manner Healey. Searcy and his machine the best evidence of Masters Basil Doerhoefer, William the New York Committee are colbit of "American pastry" except thejst. It must be remembered also of men they were who what depot to welcome u.o pressed on to Bennett, Frederick lections at church doors, ln restau- at the Sherman, Hilton The Knights of Columbus that for forty years the cause of holes gulshed visitor, nor will Mr. VIOLATION OF PRINCIPLES. Kroeger, James Savage. Roy Quln rants and ln theaters. Stories of death with the dauntlessness of a pleaded comfort" Deputy Mayor, welcome the provide this "creatureKnights at for Ireland has been States by unceaslqg-th- e race which has gained glory on a y lan, C. J. Savage and Wesley sner these collections will be published a host of doughboys. The ln the United Major General on behalf of tho near blenz maintain a plant wltn a ca- brilliant and persuasive personali- thousand battlefields." Because Congress has passed the man. hereafter. Of course many societies Mayor or Mr. Hert. The prospect M pacity of 50,000 doughnuts dally. When the United States, driven to Susan B. Anthony amendment, Miss . a great are gathering their quotas In part ties, with the result that colored Republican on the of Laura Clay, daughter of Casslus M. coupling a DIOCESAN CHANGES. by collections at public meetings, body of liberal sentiment is firm in war by the outrages and .i.,i,rt m,ii Mnrmw la causing sleep Clav. and In Brooklyn a mass meeting the belief that Irish wrongs are real the Imperial German Government, years the "Lion of Whitehall." for SISTERS ARE WEDDED. "Howdy Ed" and the leas nights to President ot the Kentucky1 The Rev. 'Richard Maloney, who under the auspices of the United Socalled for men to support the Ideals and call for redress. and the supy machine, a has been pastor of St. Peter's cieties was held in the Academy ot AnnmiTirnmfint was made Satur - i Nor many It be forgotten tnat tne 1 of democracy, the most Instant and , Equal Rights Association and and port of tho Courier-Journresponse vra iiom mo pioneer uhiuuk iwumuro tui vituui cnurcn at ataniey, uuh uocii uuua- - Music, where after addiessea by worry. day in New Albany of the wedding history of the united States, written entnusiastic Hatred rights In America, and known over forred to the pastorate of St. Ste. able speakers, an appeal was made Times has not offset that John In a spirit of bumptious nationalism, so.called Tho Louisville Times, which over- of Miss Margaret Lelst and In St. has not been calculated to make for of England, handed down from gen- - the country as such, renounced her phen'B church in Owensboro by the for pledges and immediate contribuflre de- Ganle'y Wednesday night looks the Joke police and understanding. Tho erntlon to generation through seven allegiance to the Equal Rights As- - Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Blsh- - tions, which were collected by pretpartments, minimizes tho escapes at Mary's Tectbry, the Rev. William F. t Anglo.Amerlcan a great adventure in centurles, was put aside out ot de- - soclation, saying she can not con- - op 0f Louisville. Father Maloney ty colleens in ancient Irish costume. officiating. Announcement, comradeship of but the work house, Jail, etc., bouquet Selbertz made of the engagement of humanity merely anaesthptlzed this votlon to the country1 of their adop- - sistently remain a member of an succeeds the late A. T. JMcConnell, Though New York is looked to also was ways finds time to throw a tion, and the records of the War 'organization which has declared Its who died somo months ago. The for the biggest contribution to the any definite Mayor Smith, Just gushes all the bride's sister, Miss "Lena Lelst, feeling, and names i determination to give its energy to appointment Js for life. Father John fund aHd for at near Office are thick with Irlih methods, John Eadrls, whose marriage Jlsh campaign will stir it to ugly and instances of Irish valor. Prior, the ratification of the amendment. Hlgglns, the assistant pastor, has over itself dlscusalng Smith's seme other cities have thus, far Tuesday mdralng.llfe. These forces, assembled aad on the Sewer Oflmmta-rfo- was solemnized ar- - Miss Clay, in explaining her attitude been to the adoption of the .treaty transferred to St. Peter's beaten New York in raising their Mary's ' assemblable, given unchanged of Which HE WILL BB with nuptial mass at St. quotas of tho Irish Victory Fund, Idltlons, will have power to direct rangemeats. Mich uaaatarallzed rea- on tho question, said the amend- - church at Stanley. HAVE TUB DK- AND Like the tomcat and hla proverbial nine lives, the prohibitionist politicians refuse to be squelched, and despite the fact that the Issue is practically settled nation-wid- e there are a few in every section who refuse to see that their pet hobby can no longer be used to advance their political and ambitions. The Kentucky "drya" Issue an appeal to the people of the State this week to Yote acalnst the demon rum this fall, and of the six societies represented five are an unknown quantity and the public is expected tc tlelieve thai the although are bona-fidsocieties none have ever heard of anyone else connected with the organization but the signer of the appeal for prohibi- tion. Henry S. Barker the former of twenty- Democratic four years standing, but.now a Re. publican leader, is President. J. A. Alexander represents the Democratic Forward League, and the average man has never heard who constl- tutes the membership of this league , ng Wednesday morning the Herald said Mr. Mengel and Mr. Davles were Democrats and Mr. Wood and Mr. Fenlev were Ilenubllcans. The Post the same day said (Mr. Mengel and j Mr. wooa were itepuDiicaus ana Mr. Fenley and Mr. Davles Democrats. Take your choice. Until near Mayor Smith can explain why his appointees on the Board of Works and other city departments have left the city treasury depleted the sewer bond issue is a 100 to one shot and all tho gushing editorials In tho Bingham press and the indorsement of some disguised Republicans in the Board of Trade are not going to give the Smith "reform" administration a cool two million to blow in whllo perpetuating the "reform" crowd. You know what Abe Lincoln said about fooling all the people all the time, etc. Tho Keystone comedy police were crowded out of the calcium light this week by the "hick" Are department, which made a big hit with everyone except tho owners of the cottonseed oil plant. Another that didn't appreciate the show was tho "lm poor old Herald, which on Tuesday published glowing accounts of the Not a smile Illumines the face "hick" firemen's school, telling how the noble boys were progressing at the German financial delegates leav the firemen's school and the high financial representatives. At the lo averages they received for efficiency. the Allies'. ' . Reward of merit was distributed freely for those who had learned to . ,, .. . ,' . -- Will Enable Its Friends to Meet Enemy of America and Ireland. First Step to Redeem New York's Pledge Given Spectacular ' ' Support. '. LOCAL COMMITTEES ORGANIZE. VISIT 'ME ALTAR. " HIM . I'll mi """ e, tg&fiZ IRELAND'S CLAM TO JUSTICE I e- I I office-hold- er Self-Determinati- I ,3,, f te ur , I I I ty-elg- ht x Irish-Americ- an to dfohe A Irish-America- n, Inter-Southe- rr t one-thir- ', .So. A00",?? - J i iu. -- -- ...... Ameri-volved- ," o.t 2,-3- 00 al Irish-Ameri- . , "" """' ,, Sun-sam- Anglo-Ame- ... fZZlll If "i t,",...!,,. ,,, ia i V i i I es ft LnT "n ks Re-t.iiii- nn to-da- y full-pag- half-pag- i ! I after-Ingto- n, full-Erow- i?,. ... ..,, . Bur-Hnga- Co-'i- Hert-Searc- al Irish-American- s. antl-Eng-a- ad up-to-d- a. eon-caurc- l,, CHAIRMAN jsorxJOKrsr jctcispis KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Panted to Ajsda&xtx&AX- lAKDCOHCmS the family "cousins, know." The, Guardian. don't yer iwxfi&irzY" the Social and Morel Advancement ol Irish Americans tad Cithollcs friends that they are worth all that was sepnt on them, and. all the good Publishers things they said of themselves. It KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate. is for them "to finish the job" comSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c mencement gave them. Entered at the Louisville Postoillce m scondCla to ths KENTUCKY Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Now let the graduates of our colleges and academies commence to show their teachers, parents and 7am.laaala.LL4Jaam aaaaaaHl"liaLaaaa - tl JPy ni IT 1 1 f f rSaW iL WST WWWVUIF TV7CS MJiY SWrfWlfW POOL 3ANGING n.'itSrJMlMYMnr. . rTcn..AaTAe?AltlC . uu uluij iKreicKin inun v-?6- ikksako samrAXr RESTAVRANT K LVXS i " EVERY IVY" uwisvIIirSii.G-" AturciB:iki-- r rciiTCC s Ope CVCfrV MlAUT. Matter. 1 iUrtii til Communication! IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- Wait Oreen St. OltDKKS SHIP HEADY. ANNOUNCEMENT Parlor, Soda Fount and 'f TRADES LOUISVILLE, KY. NOT TIIK EN'I. jjattfjj COUNCIL .SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 adequate, let them revise them at once, and mako sufficient extra as- sessments to bring the reserve up to the proper amount. This was done by the Catholio Knights of America years ago, and today every member realizes the wisdom of that action. .j V- - The True Voice trusts that re- ports of impending armed assertion of Ireland's right to independence are exaggerated. There is no doubt that failure of the delegates to secuie a hearing for Ireland's cause at the peace confer HONOR OLD GLORY. ence has caused (bitter resentment. That resentment Is not confined to Citizens of Louisville and the en Ireland. It extends to America as well Those who hoped that Presi- tire country are urged to unfurl the Stars and Stripes at dawn this Satdent "JVll3on's principle, of forces. all peoples as op urday morning, Flag day, by the for mux AXI) NOW. National Flag Day Association, posed to tyrannical foice would be panied home by Miss Margaret Han-IoCOMING EVENTS. applied in the case of Ireland have wh has teen maklnS elaborate of Cambridge, who will be her Today Is Flag day and the Junior for the commemoration of the guest for several weeks. reason to feel that they have been ,Dlans Ench year wo carefully plan our Order, Daughters of America, adoption of the colors by the ContiJune 17 Euchre and lotto by misled and betrayed. Knights of Liberty and oilier ladles of tho Cathedral in hall, 431 stock to meet cliildrcn's requiie-menAmong the Louisville people seen President Wilson has shown no nental Congress of 1777. Factory societies are just beside South Fifth street, afternoon and in New York last week were D. L. whistles and chjirch bells are also for these events. This year disposition to see that principle apMcCarthy, C. J. Oshorn, J3en Marthemselves in pulling off Old Glory evening. plied to Ireland and it was upon to be sounded to announce the celebrations. June 24 Euchre and lotto of Hi- cus, W. F. Schad, J. F. White. C. E you will find scores of rightly deBut how quiet were bernian Social Club, on club McCracken, Clarence the President that Irish Jiopes were dawn of what promises to be the this class in when Flag giounds, 1818 Portland avenue.house Pfclffer, J. F. Mrs. M. L. Leone. R. Smith and signed shoes which excel in quality builded. There was every reason most meraorabel flag day the nation day rolled around and it meant June 27 Moon-Lit- e excursion of aaHHKai why Ireland, which tent BO per cent, has witnessed. of material and shoemaking. besides speeches and Mackin Social Club on steamer East Miss Anna Shrader entertained at Alaska, the Philippine Isalnds and soniethdns of her manhood to fight for the Al her homo in New Albany, in honor St. Louis. waving flags, etc. The values are lasting lies should receive at least as much Porto Rico will "celebrate with tho July 15 Annual picnic of St, of Mra. James W; Welch, of Fall RIver Mass., and to coldbrate the Paul's church. Rlvoll Park. Preston wear and freedom from foot torture. consideration as the new nations In Parent land, accodring to the asso SOME DEBT. seventy-fourt- h birtnaay anniversary and Kentucky, central Europe whose sons fought elation, and Canada is said to be miner, mt. ueorge u. onraKid August 5 Annual picnic for Holy The nation's public debt reached In the armies of the Kaiser. But making plans to do honor to an CdnVnn W3 olrs with profuso decoration a new high mark of $25,921,151,-27- 0 Trlnltv Phtirrh nn Tarlr irrniinrlo St Bokakin was one insuperahle obstacle Matthews. chapMr. Mrs. at the end of May, an Increase in the way of Irish freedom. That wfth the American flag of the August 5. Annual picnic and eroned andpaity T. B. Swann High and Low Models 9aHHaawaaHBPA who motored to a ties. Thirty-thre- e of $1,09G, 640,750 during the month. chicken supper of Holy Trinity Frankfort to spend England; and President Wllaon ininlon week-en- d Priced $3 to $6 ors und Mayors And the high point has not been church, St. Matthews, on church w4th Mr. and Mrs. J. the Hogan. In of hundreds hia principle of T. grounds. the partj weie Misses Kathryn Des mlnation when there was question throughout the country will pro- reached yet. Not until the end of mond, Mary Hogan and Charles G of touching England's domination, claim that day a holiday and Presi-Th- the present year may we expect that 41 4 Desmond. dent "Wilson, the first President to the income of the Government will is the explanation of the whole declare the holiday national, has balance its expenditures. It is not affair. Miss LucIIe Moore will leturn to I Y. Louisville the end of this month We can understand the dlsap- - leQt his executive authority to plans unlikely that another loan may foe from Nazareth Academy in Bards- pointment and resentment that fol- - for its celehratlon. Bring out your asked for this fall. Interest on our town, where she has been attending Hag tcrday. low the defeat of Irish aspirations national debt each year now exceeds school and spend the summer with Miss Ellen iBrennon, of Lafayette, her paient. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas hope that the total debt before the war. Yet at this Juncture. S till wo is visiting Miss Irene Martin, in Jef- - Moore, at their home on Hill street TI.MKLY WORDS. no futile appeal to force, that can it might have been much worse. forsonvllle. or only end in disaster, will be the re-- 1 Mr. and Mis. Robert Grant Goodof the failure of the appeal to1 BlsllP Buigow the Episcopalian suit OAItltANZA TOTTERINO. Attorneys J. J. Kavanagh and At- - In, of Lebanon, last week announced Is,and dBC, in thur Benslngor left Tuesday Tor Ver- - the engagement of their daughter, right and justice. The cause of heal of tho $5,85 AND UP The Carranza regime in Mexico Is non, Texas. Carrie Winifiede, to Thomas How- Ireland is not lost irrevocably. .As a recrat Bennon criticised the minwho arc "ebatlng prohibition tottering again, as Villa with his nrd Coooer. of Kansas Cltv, now 3ta- ion as the spirit of nationhood can Mlas Anna McCue, of Bowling tloned at Camp Zachary Taylor The aml a.rsi'In INCORPORATED afresh as tho bandit hordes controls all the north- Green, spent the week-en- d be kept alive there is hope. The with Mrs. wedding took place Wednesda ,n OI l'.V,i W, Main Street 7M Both PIiohhh 135 " the le- - west portion of the country. We Mike Joyce, plan of passive resistance outlined morning at St. Augustine's church, Lebanon. by the Irish leaders is a good one. s'1 ",ouu"m ",UMM,M?nw- A suspected that Carranza had little v,asor, commenting hope of continuing in power when Mr. jonn iJ. Hanie,y has been visWe. only hope that it can he lived ,writila Burgeaa' iting in Newport, the guest or Mrs. sermon, saidMrs. Fiank L. Shiader enteitaln--r- ' ,,on fc,-h,he permitted the Mexican Bishops to William B. O'Gonnell. AC-TO- R 'imeis of her needle lub in .'. men have "onio back from return to Our CHI -- R0-PR sees. He persecuted their trlots will attempt to carry It far France atheists. hor lintnp In Wpst Rppond street. Some have come Harry T Mrs ther. There is no doubt that Brit- back and to the puzrlcment and se- religion more relentlessly than even night on an Fischer left Sunday New Albany, in honor ofruns James CrTlroorscile tIip extended business trli to w. Wnioh roll iRivnr ReraoTM wnen ne announced a Oklahoma and ish cunning would wish to provoke cret .disfcomfort of Baptist or Meth- vina. tbe Canae other points. u.PrP present Mesdames E. M .i0 odist parents, now go off on Sunday change of heart that meant a rearmed resistance in Ireland. It morning? to tho Catholic church: B'r, William D. Gwin, Harry '. Nature Doa T, W. Martin, of West Bioad- - ,amSr Culbeitson Shrader. T E policy we lth Uwllne. would give an opportunity to crush "orthodox" is not In tlie'i vocab- versal of his whole thought that he saw the end not far wnv returned Monday from a two Crawfoid and Miss Mayme Blr Conjpltatlon out all semblance of Irish nation- ulary, and all the myriad detail we wreita irjji xo umcago anil puier . and hood. We place no reliance on the have been building up for three een- - oft. It is coming fast. points. Analjal Exquisitely cleaned on Miss Bertha Conadeau and Henry oi xnun aiuiu&iueu us io ono creed from anotlH,r 1!hey toppK, Mill nt.iYidfnrd urorp mnvrlpd with liiuuusea 1 short notice. Mrs Henry McMullen, of Oakland. nirptlal mass at St CHAPLAIN O'CONNOR. Anthony's what they propose to do for Ireland, over with a. single magnificent gest-W- o aaaaaaW4'!SaaaV Office .BUest ,Lher S'SPV' church. After breakfast at the ?hl0' of broken, urehave had enough McGlnty. and Mrs. McGinty, ,home of the bride's mother, Mr and ,s "oro; Rev. William P. O'Connor, chap- In 315 Pledges and betrayal. Our hope is Jeftersonville ; RIr8i Blandtord left for their home whatever put it there was some- BaaaaaaiBaBv rJaauLJ Norton in the sood sense of the Irish lead- - thing not of the old way. nothinc lain in the U. S A. with rank of in Pittsburg, stopping in Cincinnati, ,.,.', Mr. and Mrs. William Fahey and Cleveland and Detroit. Mr. ers who will not allow themselves j of tho habit and maze of assooia- - Captain, has been in Little Rock EUfk of Anchorage, were, week- - tord wna formerly Lieutenant of ln- Ulons 'In which we have enmeshed upon a tour of Inspection of the disto be drawn into a British trap rllrrlnii Hf hprA nt linmn hna fantry at Camp Gordon, Jtoon iJ again. And if these leaders con" ntir anv woidit. and there Is iin con trict cantonments. He came to D haO i MiaviCTft 10:M A. M. Camp Pike from Camp Taylor, and tinue the policy of the past year and fining this new wine In oui old bot- Cleaned the government MIKSE.VTATIOX ACADEMY. from there visits in Kansas. Father Mrs. Margaret O'Brien, of frown upon any appeal to force they ties. way. We know how! and Miss SImone O. Thompson .A"d of nil the Intaltutlon-- i The graduation exercises of the stand to win. Theie Is a senso of 'Vbich is it that brotight men abroad,- O'Connor was the guest of Father have been visiting Mrs. Sallie P. They come back to you to re- Wernke while in the city, both bePresentation Aculemv iwlll be held justice in the world and those who Hgion? Fortunately there are no Dunett at Prestonla. 'June lfi In the auditorium of the sterile and clean. love justice and hate iniquity no btatistlcs to "proe" anything on ing Ohloans and closely associated MlshP.1 Mnrv T. nnrl srnffnrri Mp. building. Fourth and Breckinridge HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY point, but we know at least In other days. matter what their race or their na- - tUs Kenna, of Fairfield, were this wfeek Honors have been awarded to Miss any tho must sympathize mt. the pm negative truth without an Miss "Baldwlif Many fTeBtIgat,on dl. The Holy Father decided to re- the guests of the Misses nnrkwavT at Marie Roche, valedictorian, Margaret Hammer3tein, salutator- home in Bnatnrn efforts of Irishmen to gain their lib. vMual chaplain here and there was ceive the envoys, in their ian, and Misses Nellie May j erty The end is not yet. the spark that touched the rvonl: as spite of When Swiss cleaned OI1SION 3. the British objection made "Elizabeth Sullivan has! re- - drlcks and Nonie Twohig have renn instltntion tho Salvation Army Eight-speceived honorable mention. iprobahly came nearest supplying at Rome. turned from Frankfort, where she First and third Fridays. Hibernian never lose their newWAJIKING. sanctuary. Home. a week visiting Mrs. G.W. een students will receive diplomas. 0 But these are only Portland. ness One trial will conof Misses CallahanV The class is composed ffuesseci; what we know with cerThe Sacied Heart calls for your True and Miss Margaret President Tim V fMarv Armult, Mary Phillips Bol- - Vice President O'Leary.Murphy. vince you. All Catholic fraternal Insurance talnty is hat the Y. M O. A. made special devotion this month. Walter Ml3s Alice Mullane, who "under- - drick, Katherine Brown, Mary Kath-wetxy.ng societies have been unwisely Financial Secretary John May SKff"t. anT itis "a Nellie an operation at St. Joseph's erine Brennan, 1S50 Portland avenue. lo conuuci tneir uusmess ou a Nvlwe RECENT DEATHS. ,g0 ,eep. 0 Is reported as doing drlcks, Cletus Hillerich, Hazel Recording Secretary John A Margaret Hammerstein, Mary cheap (7) plan on the false supposii ran, For what are most of our Sunday the sad intelligence was Kehrer, Irma Klapheke, Margaret Martin. Churches come to DO but association Mnn thnt additional mmhershln Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. .. Mi. and 'Mrs. J. J. Sullivan and Coleman, ,... .! n, nf tho shower; Y. M billiards, gymnasium, E. C. Joyce, formerly death of Mrs. . - "k tho and C A.? They offer received here of the of Louisville, Miss Mildred Sullivan left Vesterday Mussolman, Aiieen Miles, Virginia Sergeant-at-Arm- s v... si .vUU Martin Evelyn Schmltt, Evelyn Cleaners & Dyers mortality, should library, summer camp, cooking mother of Mrs. George L. Herr, on on a motor trip to Nashville, where Schllnger. Marie Roche, Nonie Two- Sentinel Thomas Noone. hlg and Blanche Veeneman. take warning from the recent sad achool. lectures on art, literature Saturday morning at San Jose, they will remain a week. Phones 2207 wsftCT criticism. Ranees, games, Calif. experience of the Catholic Mutual Office 617 Fourth Ave. teas: on Sunday the preacher ASKS AID FOR EIUN. of Mrs. Allen T. Long, East Benefit Association. John J. Hynes. pache, from the pulpit, but his Thursday morning the funeral of Orange, N. J., returned home this DIVISION 4. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. Supreme Preaident of that assacla- - sermon Is most likely to aim at the John B. Ohlmann, aged seventy-siThe American Peace Commission Meets second and fourth Monday week after a visit to hor parents, ow- - "est morning's newspaper with some beloved husband of Mary Ohlmann, Mr. and Mrs. George Zix, of Frank- - in Versailles was Saturday officially lion, has just announced that, uenrana mil, sixtu street. opinion woman suffrage, the city requested by the United States Senlng to the extraordinary number of eJecHon8on prlson reformwthe stee- - 3510 Grand avenue, was held from foi t avenue. President John J. Barry. a hearing the Holy Cross church, for ate to obtain which he was death claims resulting from the In- - ,,ie( dumb thine: of brick and stone, a respected member.of The Interment Vice President Mark J. Ryan. PERFECT FITTING Mis3 Mary Dillon returned Tues cause of Ireland before the Peace Recording Secretary fluenza epidemic, it would be neces- - Rocs on pointing Its flngor to God. was at St. Mary of tho Knobs. Sixty Senators voted Lawrence dav from Loretto College. Webster Conference, SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES sary to make extra assessments, ibut to what purpose? Grove, Missouri, and is the guest of for the resolution, which carried the D. Meany. Financial Secretary Tadmas J Lawrence Nlbberlch. aged flfty-nl- ber aunt, Mrs. J. R. Sablston, In request, ana auo expresseu sym- j yielding about $100,000 a month, JOHN HULL'S HILL. years and a well known resi- Cherokee parkway. pathy with the Irish cause. Only Langan, 2114 "Hale avenue. for the next five or six months, in Treasurer John F. Burke. one Senator, John Sharp Williams, dent of this city, has answered the Scrgeant-at-Arm- s Good Americans do not have to call into eternal life, leaving many order to make up a deficit of $580,- who haB t voted "no" when the vote was taken Patrick ConMis3 Edith Callahan, when who mourn his death. His funeral been In France representing the without a roll call. The resolution, nelly. The order has 42,000 mem- -. be "violently 000. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Borah, 'they criticise England's dun to the was held Monday morning from the Catholic Press Association, landed in presented by SenatorValera, Idaho, bers throughout the country. -t names Arthur Edward De residence of his daughter, Mrs. Now York last Saturday and is thing as cheap United States Treasury to hand over George There Is no such Griffiths and Count George Noble each other's affairs," but that now, Kinnarney, 1532 Lloyd pected home today. Insurance. The payment of claims, S82, 000,000 for transporting 1,000,-a- s street, with requiem high maas at Plunkett. all Sinn Femers. as tno that the war 'Mrs. Marcaret Kelly announces delegates in whose 'behalf the Amer- jection can nowas ended, "that obthey mature, is based upon a 000 soldiers across the Atlantic in St. Joseph's church. longer the engagement 6f her daughter, lean commission .is aaked to use Its Senator included in .hisexist." The scientifically worked-ou- t dollars British ships. Eighty-tw- o definite, remarks a forty-foMontana, plea for the Kennedy, influence. Senator Walah, Margaret M., to Thbmas Mrs. Elizabeth Nlchter, Oculists' Prescriptions. retention or plan, calculated upon what expert- - per man comes very near first class years old, died Monday mornlngdt The wedding will take J. place June had the resolution amended so as to paired Monroe doctrine. an unimAlludlntr be the aver- - individual fare, and from her residence. 215 Carlisle avenue, 25 at St. Patricjj's church. once has shown should express sympathy with Ireland. The to the Walsh amendment, Senator SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY ' an Illness of several (resolution, the flrst paragraph of Lodge said: age" expectancy of life for one thou-- 1 what the boys tell us who wont over following XXC0B20XATED months. Mrs. Nlchtor was the wife "The marrjage of Miss Florence which is Senator Borah's, and tho sand average healthy persons. The under the British bag and helped to "When it comes to those nations of Edward NIchter, formerly Deput1 Alberts and Martin Bayer was quiet-- second Senator Walsh's, is as Fourth and Chestnut. (the Allies) taking the Monroe Docono thousand insured, consldeied as save it, they felt as though they Besides her husband she. ty solemnized early Thursday morn-- I lows. a whole, should expect to leave to crossed the Atlantic as sixth-cla"Resolved, That the Senate of tho trine and foisting it upon the Loague Is survived by her father, George lng of last week toy the Rev. Father ' Ati&im "Prill nintnorln - " IrfirnTi rtf fff .TrtflPTiri'R TTTilfnH Sffitna onrnpnflv rpiiinnfs thp of Nations and then telling us they . one rent more steerage passengers, figuring on the .w wjyi l.,.tttA.a " i,r, ..wm " are going to interpret it, their beneficiaries not . "'"""'"I aitsuo, think 'American Peace uommission in ver- - thoy have carried their rightI so far what they have paid in, with berths (?) and tho chow (?) pro-it- s and Henrv Krumpelman. andf two church. than t sallies to endeavor to obtain for Ed- sisters, Misses Mary and Lena Krum if we choose to make a few accumulated earnings, decreased vided by the 'British Admiralty, pelman, Tho funeral took place Mr and Mrs. St. L..'McKenna and, ward De Valera, Arthur Griffiths that by the expense of running the insur- - However, there 1b nothing loft but Wednesday morning from St. Fran- - little daughter, Miss iane McKenna, and Count Georgo Noble Plunkett a suggestions about other matters it is One cis of Rome church. 'of 172 Bellalre avenue, left Sunday hearing before said Peace Confer- - do quite legitimate and courteous to ance organization, and by a small to check over the $82,000,000, it." coua-- 1 ence in order that they may present j for Kansas 'City to visit their y margin of safety for emergencies, year ago Lloyd George 'cabled Senator Borah did not speak for ins, Mr. and lifnj. Art Wright, tor Ltho cause of Ireland. We have the largest lade- COLLEGE JUBnVEE. his resolution, but Senators Phelan some- - trossfully England's need of Amerl- must not expect to pendent rord Repair Shop la X several daysi "Resolved. That the Senate of tho and Walsh all praised the cause of T the city. y can man power "right now" thing for nothing. Tho "new Wood" .United States express- its sympathy Ireland. Elaborate arrangements have been, Our modern faculties mean X killed aervlce at reasoaalile X only postpones the day of dent Wllaon embarked 1,000,000 completed for tho celebration of the' Mr. and Mrs; Jofcn Mlnogue an-- j with the aspirations of the Irish coat. esragemwt of their people for a government of its own golden jubilee of St. (Mary's GET OUB PKICSB reckonta. and the longer the post-- . men "right then" England was St, Mary's, Kas.. which is to College, 'bounce the URSULTNE ACADES'IY. b held daughter, Mary JMna, to Lleat. Har- - choice." 'Any Make Oar Towed In" ponmat, the more disastrous the saved with the rest of Europe the June 14. 15. .16 and 17, Manv o ry (Monroe Week, a Montgomery, Senator Lodge, Chairman of the The senior class of the Ursullne take plae Foreign Relations Committee, spoke Ala. The. wedding failure. Tbre is. only one safe war Is over (we slacerely hope) the former students have DUGAN GARAGE among others, for the resolution, counw for fratrals to follow, a4 now for hookkeeplng. Uncle Sam their intention of attendis and the la the late am ' IIlA J DUGAN. saying that wh41e the natioaa were announces its academic commenceUrge college is preparing a that H to dopt adequate rates la Dr. to John 38ull $82,000,000 amd crowd. Quite a umfeerfor Ketuekr Shop T)reman, and General MIbs Helen MeNair returned at war, it would have been "utterly ment for Tuesday evening, June 17, of Manager the btctoalair, nd thB malataia poor John B, relily aad truly needs Kovs hav bMn rrdntH frnm thin Thursdar ire Jta4Hlte College, impewrtble" fw the Alliee to have at St. Martin's Hall East Gray 1315 SOUTH BROOK STREET b ia- - tna money. TJtn, too, it is all in college. She was accent- - j "inquired into and Interfered with I street, beginning at S o'cldck. Cambridge, ,Mes. them; if their jrowmt Irish-Americ- an Piesident Wilson's ship, the George Washington, has been order Ice Cream Confections ed to bo ready to sail from France on twelve hours' notice. This indi, We serve nothing but the best. cates that the President intends to Phone orders given special attention. return home as soon as the German HOME PHONE CITY 4544. delegates sign tho peace treaty. Ho will come back a changed man laaaaHalBfcK9rfr5DBwlaaMaWaaaaaaHaa President Wll3on went to Paris fill,iaWAaW.T Ir3BMFUrC32?31rJr3aaaaaV ed with high hopes that American lilllalaHaiawHHHCji lgaaWagaa sat JflaaWaarVdaf N. W. Cor. Seventh and St. Catherine Sts. ideals of liberty would prevail at We Pay the War Tax. the peace conference. He was forced into compromises that must ynavo made him wish that ho had HUHrH9JaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH aV V never left Washington. The practical statesmen of Europe lauded his Idealism; but they made the bargains and tho President yielded his idealism for the sake of peace. Wo SCENE IN BERLIN DURING RECENT RIOTS. doubt whether the peace was worth Soldiers and civilians crowding about two huge vans thrown acress a Berlin street as a barricade against the movement of Spartacide the price. ' I 9 THOS. F. DOLAN Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion and Confirmation, fl n, anti-Cathol- ic ts 1917-101- 8, two-fol- d , re Do-w- as Govern-sarriflc- od sir-dete- r- at I'f8 a, - - I . "! White ovyoiL, $B&fafiMm FANS-- f" CHILDERS l I 4 - ' ELECTRIC CO. I i """, - ; ,,, , - ! FINE Will-Be- n GOWNS - I l? Bland-famil- y, V MEN'S CLOTHING C. B. Southeiiand Irish-Americ- an Hen-Mi- Silk Shirts ss nt ! 1818-132- I .SK nt Hen-Infirma- Brod-erlc- y. .., I SWISS Shei-ban- ever-increasi- x, ne J anti-Englis- h" I e- f OD ur state-Too- m lff ss u...m-.....- ftt-- r. ! i i.iw - ..vv. dis-The- gt FORDS ! REPAIRED PresI-fallac- - slgld wl rt 1 .kbntuoicy r-!BBMflWBWMlBwsaMg8HaaaBWBsarnTr ' xmxmm jkJMamLXojk2 ' publican Government, He declared the British made every effort to prevent him from leaving Ireland, but that he eluded the detective shadow,&&'aaaaaa 't ing him and escaped V to America Splnnl adjustments without passports, working as fireremove the cause man on a fielghter. of Disease. Boland, who has credentials a3 Consultation Scctetary of the Sinn Fein party, Bald he brought with him the text Free. of Ireland's claims for recognition, Office Hours: to be sent to the Peace Conference 10 to 1; a to 0. In Paris. It was Impossible to have Phono City 2875. these printed and prepared for pre- Res., High llfli. ESTIMATES FURNISHED sentatlon In Ireland, he said, ibecause In of British Interference. So the On Marble, Granite Jirlnnir 7t nifnA W P. claims were written on flimsy paper, Shell Rim IITItH fi7av Monuments and Markers. easily concealed, and brought here. Mountings AUSBROOKS SPECIAL ATTENTION As representative of Edward De Glpn to Oiiiof-Tov- n Orders. Valer,, President of the "Irish Re- Doctor of public " Boland declared he would PRICES RrASO.VABLE. confer with promlnont flnr Roan Pnrifa I ancac Blve clear, Bharp vision at any angleuur ueep uurve They also perwithout distortion. cans and attempt to obtain official B. F. Marquess & Co.'. rnlt mountings to be set close to the face beyond angle recognition or the Irish Government of usual vision but still allow ample room for by the United States. With regaTd 1)2 STARRS BLDG. 613 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky, in winking to what he termed his escape from Ireland iBoland did not care to re&knll Din UAitntmao reduce breakage by allowing use of lenses h Ofieil Him mounting; without Bcrewholes The also absorb disveal any details, as the "under edges of lenses tressing highlight reflections from the ground railroad," which placed him Because of the shell temples, they fit snugly and comsafely aboard ship at sea, may bo fortably over the earn and keep lenses in perfect adused by other Sinn Felners who justment. want to travel. Ho Indicated that veil Leiwes with auj desired If he told too much about Its workpair of Deep-Caa A mounting in hiouv, case umi coru ings, the British would break it up. complete TXi w For the time being, Boland will llllllllllllHillllllllHHHiliillHilBISMBHi remain with friends in New York. We are giving special atKrjptok 11 focal Lenses for near Slightly cunetl lenses nlth auj Later he said he would tour the desired mounting in stock, case und far vIhIoii; any mounting in tention to Confirmation and inUnited States, speaking in the stock, rase and cord dQ ifk and cord com- tQ First Communion Pictures, terests of Irish freedom. Ho also pOUU J)0DU complete , plete . Dash 10c Speakplans to go to Washington at special prices. RBPLAOTING DESTROYED ORCHARDS AND FORESTS. ing of the Senate's atclon last week The French Government had undertaken the work of replanting or- In adopting the resolution favoring A, 5c chards and forests destroyed by artillery Are during the var. Experts a hearing fbr the 'Irish before the of the Govrenment nurseries are blowing up the stumps of the destroy- Peace Conference, Boland said: ed trees throughout the devastated regions and planting new ones. L. F. GADDIK, Prop'r. "The action of the Senate will be Best Cigars Made Photo shows two Government experts planting a young sapling. received with great rejoicing in Ire311 S. THIRD ST. land. Speaking for DeValerA and it j for Ireland, I wish to thank America 4 it ii if iji ji if ji p j ij ft ji iji ji iji ji SCOUT UNITS URGED. for her sympathy. Ireland will never forget." organizaIn connection withvthe tBoland was elected to Parliament tion in Baltimore of the First Cathat the last election, when the Sinn olic Church unit of the Boy Scouts Feins swept Ireland. Ho fought In the Easter rebellion and said he of America a letter written by CarRound Trip 1. ?1 7r if r Saved from summer rutt and decay, smoke pipes dinal Gibbons to former Secretary Being Indicted Upon Irish People was sentenced to death but roprlev' ed. of the Treasury McAdoo s made removed, oiled, furnace overhauled and cleaned. ON STEAMERS for Several Months nubile, .in which the Cardinal says: i TJNDERAVRITING INJUSTICE. young boys of the nation are "The Past. America and Queen City its fathers to be. "We as a .nation Opposition to the League of Naare best prepared when we train At 5 P. M. Every Friday. TELEPHONE NOW.. tions is growing stronger in this them in the right principles of The Best Bug and Roach American patriotism. To make them Killings by Solcliors and Constables country as discussion brings out its Killer on the market, because the fit citizens of tomorrow Is the we guarantee it to kill or no pay. meaning. One of tho most powerful Found to Be Willful sacred obligation that rests upon us LOUISVILLE CHEMICAL CO. attacks made on President Wilson's all. church with unMEET THE BOAT TRIPS 108 South Third Avenue world peace plan was the speech Mimlen. Main 2933 tiring The Catholic so to train them City 2181 efforts seeks City 8222 Main 1805 delivered in the Senate last week Every Sundav at g a. m. from Third from their earliest years. Religion is by Senator Johnson of California and River. the basis of true citizenship. "We He characterbed the proposed welcome with our Phone Main or City 141. league as "a gigantic war trust," Correct Glasses Are as ImporUnl as the Right Medicine. any agency which, developing this Sinn Fein Sends Jerry Roland the "product of sordid bargaining, "eligIou8 pplrit. will train youth In T3nvoy to the United We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of selflsh Interest and secret diplothe Immediate obligations and duties macy." He pictured the United States. ASK ANY of citizenship. The Boy Scouts, parOculists' Prescriptions. States as the one solvent going conBring us your last year's Straw OCUMST ticularly in their splendid labors cern In the family of nations enter- let us shape It into this year's latest Double during the war, hao shown how ing into partnership with national mode. We are in a position to do their organization helps toward such Copper Coils bankrupts to guarantee their terri- the best of work at reasonable i result. It Is an organization that COMES TO RHINO MESSAGE. torial integrity for all time, to po- prices.' OPP. MARY ANDERSON 013 FOURTH AVENUE Price loes not deny, but (builds upon the lice the world and to perpetuate the Cleaning, dying, reblocklng religious faith of the boy member; injustices born of the bargaining at Ladies' Hats In the latest styles hat exacts of him the .faithful ob$12-5- 0 the peace table. It wa3 unthinkservance of all his religious duties. The Associated Pres3 correspond- able, he declared, that any Ameriuch a movement Tor the promotion ent cabled Saturday P. IANKOK, JR., Vict Pns. and fnu. H. I. GAM9H, PrnMent ind Hintr. that within the can wrote Article X. of tho covenant of right citizenship has our hearty Connecting that approval, and we recommend to the last few .months at least ten citizens and still more unthinkable t6 it. any GIG West Walnut St. $4.00 By American should subscribe t nrlests and laity of America, in an- have been killed in Ireland by sol- the peace treaty injustices are com. Solid Coll I swer to the call of the President, the diers or constables under circuminitted, and then we underwrite the t formation of Catholic units of Boy stances found iby Coroner's $9.50 4 Juries to wrong for all time by the League Guaranteed Scouts." have been willful murder. This of Nations. Satisfactory Sawer and Culvert Plpt, charge Is made In "the report on ob There is no doubt that the peace Banana's Pateat Lidded Pipe (or Steam Conduits, WILL SHOW HERE. servations made in Ireland (by Prank treaty is far from satisfactory. It Is P. Walsh, ailchael J. Ryan, and Ed- the result of bargaining and comWall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, 1810 Date St. Ilome Miawnee 1601 J. The flotilla which ward P. Dunne, delegates of the promises Makes Eyes Weak'. selflsh Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire Brlcll the Navy Department assembled for Irish societies in the United States. terests onbetween points. national in many To believe Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. a visit to the Mississippi and its The report, which was amde public that such a treaty can dispose of I make a specialty of fitting Is now' on the river. tributaries It Saturday, was sent to President world disputes is nonsense. Within OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. glasses to these cases and have had includes the U. S N. Submarine Wilson, along with the demand that ten years the old difficulties will the destroyer Isabel, the sub- the peace conference .investigate the crop up again and new ones will be wonderful success. Call and see me CUMB. MAIN 507, PHONES CITY marine chasers and the flying boats, Irish question. ,j added. Can tho League of Nations Magalia. all of which with a majority of VjRK!- i- fhirteantli aad UreoLlaridf aad Ninth aad Numerous and specific charass of keep them down? Not unless hu- before It goes too far. E. P. SMITH, their officers' have seen active serv- atrocities committed ' in Irish Jails man nature undergoes a radical Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN ice in the war zone. They com- are contained In tho document. Someone has phrased tho & pletely Illustrate the types ot ships, Charges are made that hundreds of change. SON, 320 West Market street. principal guns and equipment which were men. and women were put in prison league in objection to the proposed WELDINH REPAIRING an atthis way: used in fighting the "U" hoats. Pre- without an7 specific 'accusations be- tempt to stereotype the"it is quo " Expert Attention On Repairs On AH Makes of Oars status nun ja xtiii TIME ceded by Several days' start by one ing made agalnBt them. The docu In other words, its purpose is to finWF ,rOR STRAW 1IAT SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING of the chasers, the flotilla is pass ment says that at least Ave men died keep national boundaries just as tho CLEANING. ing up the river to St. Louis. The as a result of atrocities in prisons peace treaty defines them and to Aold the rush by con GO. port will be made the northern base. anu tnat many prisoners are con- perpetuate tho settlements of the & sulting us now. Panama ana on tne trip down 'a visit will fined lh cells of inadequate size and pace conferencs for all nations. Prop. ERNEST SMITH, Hat Cleaning' and Blockbe made to all of the principal given insufficient and unwnolesomo In tho nature of things that at ing our specialty ports on elthor sldo of the river. It food. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVIJiLK. Both Phones 2300 tempt is doomed to failure. Even NATIONAL KY.l XAT CLEANING WORKS Is also planned to have ship's of the It also is alleged in the report if the peace treaty provisions were flotilla call at tho principal ports on that punitive measures of the prison perfect today, next year they would Albert Smith, Prop. the Ohio above Cairo, the Missis- authorities Included drenching with 633 WEST MARKET STREET date Wo can not hold sippi aeove St. Louis, and tho Illi- water, in which tho prisoners iwere be out of at a standstill, no matter the world Home Phone. City 6161 nois River. The exact datea and obliged to remain all night in un-- how hard statesmen may try to fit 308 CHy Itinerary will be announced. The neatea cells, bringing on pneumonia. peoples to their plans and programs. i 92 Mats GJLyX&A2S T3Mfc (WHtNir. YOUTH flotilla carries a navy band, a clee Solitary confinement and withhold- If tho league covenant could bo sepclub of Blue Jackets .and a baseball ing of rations also is charged. MOVEf arated from the peace treaty with Both Both KENTUCKY team. If You Are A display will lbe made at LOUISVILLE It is stated further that the heads Its many inequalities Employer injustices port of motion pictures of navy of hundreds or families were sent to and considered simply and its merits Phone each Fhonea . 9 LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. on life and training. Jail or deported, leaving dependent as a plan to prevent further wars . And Need a Girl Worker, LET US KNOW! women and children without means we believe it would receive the apit OR of support and to become objects of proval of a majority in America. FIRST THOUSAND DOLLARS. moving Local and charity. The Teport says that But as a part of an unsatisfactory motor vans long distance packing with tfnd Furniture, EsIf You Are a Girl and Dunne peace treaty, there Is no doubt that shipping. All work guaranteed. Ohio River Fish up When a man gets ?1,000 saved Messrs. Walsh, Ryan aasuranco Iroland with the there ate always opportunities from it will meet with Btrong opposition., timates cheerfully fOrnlahed free of charge for a good investment. It is hard Premier Lloyd Georee that thnv Its fate in tho Senate is very HKCE1VE1) DAILY, And Need a Position A. ARNOLD & SONS to place much less than that. That would be given full freedom to inOHIO RIVER Sain 3359 vestigate. CALL US AUCTION & STOKAQE CO. City 3359 Is why wealthy men whd are S DR. JOHN P. BECKER Jerry Boland, Sinn Fein member VISITED SISTER JIOIIEUTIJVA. (Incorporated) ndvlse young men to begin of Parliament, arrived in New York eany ana save tne flrst thousand. Women's Activities, 425 Weit Main Street OPTOMETRIST, Until we went to war. in order to last Saturday with the intention of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leist, Clark get ?1,000 together one had to go working "in the interests of the, street, New Albany, left Sunday for National Catholic War Council SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES to the bank and put away a little Irish Republic." Boland in an in- North Vernon to visit their daugh057 South Fourth St. each month or each week, or tuck terview described himself as a diplo- ter. Sister Kobortina, of tho Sisters Twenty Yean' Experieuce. part of his salary away in an old matic representative of the Irish Re- - of St. Prances. Reasonable. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. Prices sock. It was troublesome to go to A SPECIALTY. the bank and tho sock wa3 too 315 StarkH Buildiug. Third Floor CAMILLE DETERT, handy. however, there is an Fourth aad Walnut. Employment, Bureau. & Boyer Fish Co. easy wayNow,get that flrst thousand. to Phone City 1180. The answer is War Savings Stamps. 311 East Jefferson Street. In them the Government ot the JOHN B. RATTERMAN United States, ibacking those stamps No Job Too Large or None Too Home City 10 6J. with a guarantee of 4 per cent. InSmall. terest compounded quarterly, opens FUNERAL DIRECTOR Near to You ai ta Ntifert Fns" the way. One can begin with "two 'As bits." "' ksV iw 21 J4 WEST MARKET '""" " For Perfect Vision and Restful Comfort Wear CHIROPRACTIC 'J-- Superior" Deep Curve lenses &M , f f eye-lash- es Hhi DBBBatl'aBBV I KsEHBieiBl Irlsh-Amo- ri- SMOKE Lady Little ii CONFIRMATION PICTURES m r 1 TARPY'S ). f( I SUPERIOR OPTICAL CO. 611 South Fourth Avenue New York Studio! i igi i WARM AIR FURNACES ATROCITIES $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 $2 ONLY Sl.OO E. G. HBARTIOK THE BALL OPTICAL CO. 55c fellow-citize- ns -- LADIES! Hot Water Heaters M Walnut Straw Works P. BANNON PIPE CO. -- The Influenza W. M. CISSELL -- AUTO WELDING '""" 373-178- K-- 5, J r REPAIR K. LOUISVILLE, TInI.onJ ?$ SWISS Fresh Segal ' AND JOYJE&IfcS ! ! fh: an vis-It- od Worker self-ma- de BRINK &&$ hh o "SEE US." FUNERAL FLOWERS $5.00 Avv niMIITnfffi'illwnP1 CORNS,BUNrONS Dr. hankered for a sup of porridge, but he put off tlje indulgence and plantOar Motfot Prompt Service, ed the seed. Wojh, Satisfied Customer. At the year's end he had onouirh Phoae City 278" to made e, handf ul of cakes that he craved. But Be piit off the indulg Louisville, Ky. 745 S. Sixth St. ence and planted again. At tho We telegraph Flowurs Bwywar second year's end he had enough to enjoy aad still a-- plenty for seed. THE VERY BEST Once he got ahead of his CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE there was no limit to wihat he heeds, could raise. Every man who ihas his way to For messengers, collectors, busiaM make Is Jiving on a Crusoe's Island. men, clerks, workmen, atckulcti He can eat his seed In one mouthful o save it asd have all ho wants. and farmers; cas-- or weekly Once ho get ahead of his needs the returns SOFT DRINKS faster and faster. WaitlBg for harveet te teHous. But R. L. DAVIS, it pays. 8. W. Coctmt Seventh mhI Broadway BWHOPg TO APPOINT. Hot-t- e Liberty Electric and Repair Company HOW ROBINSOV CRUSOR SAVED. Robinson Crusoe, In tho story, found a few grains of soed that had escaped ruin In the wreck." He A SPECIAL WREATH A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 KmST f4KSfSmSSjlmytKKSrSmSBKtEBBSB9 MAGNETOS STARTERS GENERATORS STREET West 1107a. PhonesShawnee 1243. Cumberland BLLLLHLBLLLLflLLflHLLHeGILBMii'Mt9&&. 'TNHHaflHLfllLLLflLLBLH alLLHfliHBLLLHHHKiab. v.wHeM EPPING'S Uriah Z. Lhtiy BSSHHBBSBBSSSHSSSniKJBVsBlB&HBSnBHHsSSSHsSSBH 3HK vHLlhHsH BjHHHSHBSBBBBJBBBBBBBI 3SLHmBLLLLLi t pay-meet- s. co-m- Afnt, aaaBcfl9sHaHBBBavHB9BBsVssHs9BS9HflBasBaBsaaHaHBBaV Repaired By Factory Exports Brushes for all makes of starting and lighting systems. All work Editor, has made scores of his guaranteed one year. readers irom 50 ner cent to 600 Automotive Elect. Service Co. per cent, on investments, who have followed hia ''tips" on what to buy South Third Street and when to sell, In oil and mining Phone City 1833. stocks, during past year. He knows "Who's Who" In the'oll game. All Information strictly confidential. Mt year by Mt aHon that wlD Year's subscription to Kentuckv on 9reyra iw tut. Journal ?2. (Free with each how ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE subscription a beautiful map of Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea 113 fr. 3w4wy, SeaUTle, Xy. of an airplane view of the State. Oonduoted by the Xayeriaa Brothers worth ?5; 14x22 inches.) Writo Classical, Sclenuno aad Bustaeat sample copy 16 pages, Coursed. Preparatory Department, liars' lor rree Swimming- Fool, Well Bqulpped Oymaa. Illustrated, 2 slum. Terms moderate. building, Louisville, Ky. Beajaaala, Mr. OLD HAN ITARRIS - 411-41- Inter-Southe- ra National amr Pttefa, Supply Company InorvntA Cel Tar, TMrea Roofing and Chir4MUt SO? " "p" 4rka Bat mlUHaj Pfcau; Phone FvtU, Roofag (A BpeeWty). IN W. Jfaia Cftr ISM; Mate (the province of Dubuqae just held tt detH&ed that hereafter all ISMAIL HAKI BEY. chaplain for Catholic fraternal Turkish offielal who drov? 40, 000 Armenians into the desert to shall be appointed iy the Binhop of the diocese. State chap- perish after tmvhig filled ;his hjrems Vlth themost beautiful lrls 1a bo NORTON -- BUILMNG lains are to be named by agreement found among hem, tuw an JUlIe'J rteoner under double guard of N. W. Cwatr FNftt iwl Jcfftnen ft Seaforth Highlanders. of the 'pishops in the State. if iia HftAAtflV Jlf IWa midlirvna jvf IslllBksBHBISiQHIHtfBinHHBHBBBBKH 1 fu FRED ERHART AICHITECT MESSENGER SERVICE tickets, lunches, railroad tiekeU, berths, etc. Prompt and reliable messengers for all kinds of personal aad private business. Phone City 4414. (DAY OR NiaHT.) flO SOUTH FIFTH STItEKT. We purchase and deliver rfaaatar kbtdxtoky irish The Last Dollar That ;m jfcjjkEE&xsxoAagr. - i ff2S!LSi3iiiiiLr"-- ' "' " ' 7" ,fi!","m 7di!ABBi iiBfcaiBBBBBBBMMg- you tptat for sutnetmajj yuu did not NEtl) would bave tarit SAVINGS ACCOUNT with tali bank, to bcui tqterest COMPOUNDED &' twlct a year. Tbera WAV COMh, a time when vo.r "LAST DOLLAR" SB llfa aiutl o spent far toraetnlii; you DO NMJD Tbe 6AVINU now ut lb. Jjfc Mtt dollars yun re watfj talent keep that "bard lime" from tvw coming JJU I I m Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. aBBSBBBBHsBfaBBfaBflBLHflBBBV HHnHHHHi BBfHELBBiBBiBBHBBflBiBBHBBHHV tLUflHilllB 'HliHlHBflH llfHaiBHHHi mWjmmBmmmwlmmWmL illliHPMr'l' 1 aV"aflii jSm ar . jmHB Fifth and Court Place. Saturday Until 7 p. 4HpPJpjrHHB JaVBBr jEV? BiBBiBBiflBBiB?pV k9P iLLkLkLw bibbibbibbI H Hkv MEN TRY US A PALM BEACH SUITS THREE-PIEC- E bibbibbiB bbibbibbH Ia?"'VbbibbibbiI "J iPafS? Sip x'vvmYV h4 KYB BBiBBiBBa cBKhHbbbbibbk TFi "&ftvgBiBBiH&K?f ', 1HIbbiHbbm r joH, :ra'2BBfrBBBBsirwinA r sHLvflHVflBBBMiiHB sBHVflBBBBBBBL AtaSbibPbbHOwIV v sBflHIIK-soawMlYj BBfBBBflBaBiBBH SBHKjgBKHBKf, a BrF3iBHBBBBBVBBaW S vi&juhSizbiLbbHbV' SBh( 1sf 9flaBBiiBBavBBiM"'a9aMM' jX3BBBBBSa7flaYBBVa '"l 9iBBBflBaBBBiBB vabbm jisiBHKffl9i arBBBBBBBBiflBBiV K vNdeeMMmcF f &E && B HbbW m $s2ttnmmmmm Jk &1 A tpJL.UU 'BBIIH 1siBBflBBBaBBBiBKBKu1 'AhIHHiSL JBaflBBBBBBiBBiaK nH B IH & ? ? V xj V aW bM H Jrawawawal Z1!!!. Al 9 I SUITS $1.50 Dyeing Co. 421 W. Chestnut St. INCORPORATED Vj"" MJBiBBiBLL.fc'W" '' ijp'LKfe-'- I J f5'IIIIBHfclWlfcllLMHIlWIMallaM ip9KhSffWHa9LiLHHBLLflLP ! JiLB WE AHB RBSPONSIBLB. BEST SERVICE IN THK CITY. Puis Cleaning' and Both Phones 2635. IGNAOE JAN PADEREWSKI AND HIS PRIME MINISTER. Polish pianist and Prime Minister on his arrival In Paris to appear before the "Peace 'Conference in behalf of Poland's future. Left to right: Messrs. Strakaos, Paderewskl, Cilchanowski and Major Jvranonskl. YOUR LITTIiE WIFE. Who plans to make your future UKAN W. bVll H'b I AL. S. SMITH, hUIN you Are the one grand husband through PROP. Remarkably Snccessf til - In Finding Jobs for Returning American and through? Soldiers. girl you ever knew? Who's the best Your little wife. Who pats your cheek when you get -- bright? Your little wife. Who cooks to tempt your appetite? Your little wife. Who tells her women friends that K. OF C soldier and information departments SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. of the Knights are wonderful clearing houses, where relatives of solLoans to those having regular In- SAM L. diers or soldiers themselves never comes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTOR FOR apply in vain. or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOK& F. R. POOLEY, 1315 8. Twenty-slxU- i St. Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone Shawnee 415 8. Fourth Street. 68 al him for months and when their letters to him are returned marked "can not toe fqund." He is practically lost to everybody, except the Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly paymaster If he loses him too urged to patronize advertisers whose announcement there is immediately sent out a tracer. The tracer 1b, however, sent they find In these colums. We aim to protect our read-e- rs by the soldier himself, who objects by accepting only firms of known responsibility. strenuously to be registered as lost or missing by the pay man. Durlnc the Dast five months the THE The best GLASSES you cad get Knights of Columbus have investi'Ask Any gated for relatives more than 1,500 (ore the only safe kind to wear Oculist." cases of "lost" soldiers. So efficient Correct GLASSES are as Important is the Knights' service that in more than 90 per cent, of these cases auOPTICAL ,' as the right medicine and WB maka thentic information has been ob COMPANY ' them. tained regarding the "missing" men and anxious relatives have 'bran told 018 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. where and how (o And them. In a great majority 'of Instances it is the I fault of the soldiers themselves that Road Service Homo City 8300 Dome Phono 11550 they have" been considered lost. They . . neglect to write home, under the i Louis A. S Impression that 'relatives are kept S Informed of their whereabouts by 014 South Third St. the public press. The Knights of Columbus have al- PISK TIRES ACCESSORIES QOO-9so handled hundreds of allowance STARKS BUILDING. and allotment cases for soldiers and JOHN 11. O'LEARY & CO. ' relatives, straightening out many snarls In the maze of official red Headquarters for tape. The Knights are In direct OKER5 CITY AND FARM PROPERTY daily communication with the War Department relative to the moveSee us about anything In ment of troops "and transports, en estate. We sell, buy and rent. real abling them to answer the hundreds 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. of telephone and personal inquiries by relatives of soldiers. The lost Home Phone City 4464. The, .Smojo, Op The, Hour. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS John d. rommel co. Brnrind n n DENTIST " 01 PH "BREVA" KOBERTSOh bbbVP bVbbVbIr" vr HBH &! " tIbbbbm' 'bbVbbb jibBbBbBbj r. E. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. C08-51- COMPANY WM. P. BANNON im m 0 SOUTn WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 CONTRACTING PLASTEREU Brook and Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK Cumb. S. 1BJ-- T Funeral Director and Embalmerl BOTH PHONfiS 810. I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Your little wife. Who looks at you, her hrown eyes clear, And, snuggling to you extra-neay Says, "This is ain't It, Lost Soldier and Information dear?" Wonderful ClearYour little wife. ing nouses. r, pay-da- Who smoothes the thin hair on your ' dome7 home? Your little wife. Httvo Listed Hundreds of Places for Which They nnvo No IHBiBBBHl', BbYbVbbhZTTk. BBBBBhHNIBNHIJB' flr "SOUTHERN Morning" STAB" bbHbKPJ&1bbbH bbbbbHb .d&iirBBH BHBBBB BBbHbB flBBBa "sIsbYbbI SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle in the HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH A SPECIALTi FRED HORNUNG, JR. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. bbbbB BBBBBH NAZARETH. IBBBra ! DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors Curab. Mala S00S-- a & McELUOH and Embalmersl Home City 2008 X 1227 WEST MARKET STREET; :! : ; ; both ih:oie;s. CUMBERLAND i'inw-'H"iH'mincuii- wtwwvwwwtwwwtwwwwwwwwwmwu QOMSC PHONE 88 MAIN 3071-- 7 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 East Maiia street. VHWVVWtVVfeVWWVVWft'WtV City 2360; AUln 2260-- T Seventeen youns girls were graduated Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the annual commencement of the Nazaroth Academy. Miss Elizabeth Pote, Now Orleans, wae valedictorian, JIlss Agnes Thomas, Morganfleld, salutarian, and Miss Flavia Trud'honne, Texarkana, third honor girl. A carefully arranged musical piogramme was artistically rendered, after which came the conferring of the diplomas and crown ing of the young girls by Bishop Denis O'Donaghue. The graduation class included 'Misses Helen 'Raphael Gallagher, Chicago, Dorothy Moff Hauftman, Bessemer, Ala.: Htelem Frances McKeon, Hampton, Mass.; Katherlne Colla Morgan, Louisville; Elizaheth Cook Pote, New Orleans; Elizabeth Nugent, Louisville; Mary Jamea Trlncc. iBlcmalngham; Flavia Morlan Trud'honne, Texarkana; Marjorle Charles Spencer, Lexington; Agnes Raymond Thomas, Morganfleld; Clara Evelyn Angermler, Louisville; Abble Marie Chariot, Llvermore; Nan Alice Sadler, Indianapolis; Lydla Katherine Sam uels, Samuels; Ann Elizabeth Turner, Lexlngtou, Miss.; Mary Patricia Durbln, Bowling Green, and Lillian O'Brvan. Owenatioro. X me dal train left Louisville at 7 o'clock In the morning to accommodato persons desiring to attend the REORGANIZING. PRICES XOXK KVKIt APPLY IN VAIN. mi bYT H BjK, V ' W A JbbbbbbbbbI Jbbbbbbbbbb BBBBBBBBBBb BBBBBBBBBB mmmm JbbbbbbB Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE HAMBLY RENDERING SHOE Homo Phone Shawnee-- 801 HENRY GOSS PAID Roofing, Guttering, Spouting 721; Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted CO. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, GLOBE Ky. SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Note Funeral Director and Embnlnier 7J B. CHESTNUT LOUISVniLH, KS. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET W. G. RORK. PmiUciJ. HERBHRT JENKINS. Sec. nd Trcu. WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING ' CO. INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Done Phone City 2511 "Wa Aie Ai Clove To Ton Ai Your The Irish. Fellowship Club and the allied Irish societies of Chicago have begun a campaign to restore and reorganize the old Seventh Regiment, the famous "Fighting Irish Soventh of Chicago." During the war the number of this regiment was changed, like the h New York, and it was divided up and strange offlcera put In command of It. Monslgnor E. A. Kelly, for many years chaplain, started the reorganization movement. Men of the old regiment returning from the front are all in the "Old Seventh." The same Is happening in New York In reference to the h and in Boston in reference to th.e Nnlth Massachusetts. All three regiments will again be known by their honored and historic appellation. The commanding officers .all favor the movement. The administration came in for much criticism for endeavoring to emasculate the Identity of these regiments in the great war. Sixty-nintSixty-nint- ing hit the trail and having found jobs far beyond expectation, the task AMBASSADOR TO 'ITALY. aeveiops Itself Into one of having to find men to fill the Jobs. So re Dr Thomas Nelson Page, of Virmarkably successful (has been the K. ginia, American author and Ambasof C. hunt for jobs through the ef- sador to Rome., who is expected to forts of the hundred men retire and return to this country. being paid ?4 per day to scour Greater Now York for employment FOR WOMAN'S EYE. for their comrades and themselves that the Knights have listed hunAmerica is partially accepting the dreds of Jobs for which they have very short skirt of the French, which found no aspirants. has created a sensation among our The Knights have catalogued their soldiers. work in New York as representative Some of the new hats have wide of the work proceeding in all the straw large cities and in hundreds of the The brims Isand high taffeta crowns. laid taffeta smaller cities, for there are in all These are trimmed on in loose folds. with flowera or 1,800 K. of C. employment bureaus. ostrich. In New York the results for the The shortness of a skirt does not past two weeks are 8,000 jobs filed with the Knights, 1,500 applications interest' the American woman so from men, 1,000 men much as its width; and now that inplaced in employment, COO not yet terest has been stimulated by the placed in positions they can or want appearance of the hoop. Both frocks and blouses of batiste to fill, 4,276 opportunities are for types of employes of special train- are being selected by many a woman ing, and the others are awaiting nowadays. Whether dress oriblouse, men who need them. Among the batiste Is frequently embroiderthe positions open are 1,000 for ed In an allover pattern. The effect tailors. The Knights havo had no 13 charming. applications from soldiers for posiNew bags are made of soft suede tions as tailors, most of the men engaged in this occupation being over showing an elaborate headed design. Others are made of silk Jerdraft age. Two hundred jobs are sey with bead work. heavy combinaThe open to leather workers, 150 shoetion of beads makers, 100 for locksmiths, seventy-fiv- e ly Interesting. and jersey is especialbarbers, 250 printers, 500 carpenters, 125 piano workers, etc. There has been a reaction against evening gowns "No difficulty is experienced," the extremely low-csayB Peter W. Collins, Director of for the really young girls, so the the K. of O. Employment and Re- frocks selected for dances in comconstruction Department, "In filling mencement week all show few of positions with men of ordinary ex- the extremes that have characterized perience, whether the work bo un- Parisian evening gowns this spring. skilled or sales, so long as the work There is no doubt that the hoop carries a living wage." (s here. It may be a trifle disguisIt's curious how soldiers get ed, it may swirl around under an"lo3t" in the army, yet they do and other name, it may be shorter and sometimes it renulrpn wnnkn tn In. more fanciful than the hoop of 'cate them, although they may never other centuries, (but the same effect nave left their camp or hunk houso. Is definitely exploited in the last and A soldier is rcounted J'lost" by rela- most accepted skirts of Paris and tives when they do not hear from this country. ce It is exciting enough when you have to hit the trail after the elusive job for a returned service man. It becomes more exciting when, hav- BROS. STORES iWmmm All Kinds of Footwear For the Wholo Family Two HAMBLY'S Stores 312 West Jefferson Street 20th and Portland. 18th and Magazine REGULAR (Second Floor) Shaw. 1716 City 7164 Home Phone City 2967. DINNER NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. tf25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suite Pressed While You Wait Hats Cleaned and Blocked While You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Servlco, Main 0170. With Soup, Coffee and Dessert 35c Quiet, Genteel Service From Buffet Lunch to Banquet. MEDLEY HOTEL RESTAURANT, 620 W. Market St. City 5810. PBOVZDE3TT ABS90XA.TXBX Wall-know- Attention and Quality." Olghl'd 7411 riOPLE'S THE SIGN OF QUALITY East 180 CO. Incorporated n Was Orffanlzca by OlUioa to ictki X, 0 A X On rarnltur and Other Varsont) Property at XiOWZSX BATES COLEMAN BUILDING E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2886 Both Phone 2406 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY Incorporated (114-022 Onderhlll St. Geo. Dearborn Manager RIOTLIN Adolpb QS Reutllnger ft 0 O JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED FIRE INSURANOK TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH TH1RO STREET LOUISVZEiLB K.tnblishcil 1826. Louisville.Ky. OFFICH OUXFITTKBS STATIONERS PRINTERS ut SOUTH SAVLTGS AND DEPOSIT BANK ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 FRANK A. OHLMANN Fourth and Central Avenut Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Deposits. A General Banking Busi ness Transacted. K. PFETFFER FLORIST 421 South Thirty-eight- h 000 East Franklin Street Street Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral GHOOERD3S AND FRESH MEATS Works. Cumb. Main 967-Phone Shawnee 559-L. A HELPING CHILDREN. Half a million to help, the children! By Juno 15, according to information from Lake division headquarters, the National Children's Fund of the Department of Junior Membership of the American Red Crosa will reach that figure. Red Cross Juniors in the Lake division have been asked to help relieve suffering among the children of Europe. Sixty per cdnt. of the mem. bershlp fees are being sent to national headqaurters to be spent in relief work which will (build for the future better conditions of living for the younger generation all over the world. Juniors in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky are doing their share. 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This photograph of historical Interest shows NC-- 4 landing at Trepassey, Newfoundland, shows route taken, the NC--4 being the only flier to reach the Azores under her own power. PHOTO Lower half Army. AERIAL DAREDEVIL BIRDMAN The world's most daring aerial aciobat, Lieut Ohmer L.ut Owner p L. Locklear, plans a flight from New York to San Francisco. He will attempt It as soon as he is r pleased from tho United States non-sto- street. (Mrs. J. Hallahan and Mrs. H Grassman came dressed in costumes of 1870 and entertained the guests with dances. The ladles presented Mrs Desmond with two beautiful swinging baskets, also the refreshments for the evening. Those present were Mesdar'es J. Hallahan, M. Black, C. Boyle, T. Qulnn, J Gulnessey, T. Riley, M. Price, J McLaughlin, M. Rihn, R. Fitzgerald, A. Zorn, J. Stahl, J. Nash, T. Swann, C Whitehead, W. Oastson, T Keenan, T. O'Leary, T. Sheehan, J. Frick, J. Lanahan, H. Grassman, P. Conners, J. Morin; Misses N. Hallahan, M. Black, M. Nolan, N. Manion, H. Frick, O. Desmond, M. Hogan, H. Swann; iMesars. C. Whitehead, E. Desmond, C. Desmond, T. Swann. old-ti- ditlon there will be the linen, booth, candy booth and cake booth with plenty of home made cake. These booths are in charge of the members of the parish. Admission to the park ten cents. Tickets can be secured at the rectory or from any member of the parish. Ml CONVENE AT BUFFALO. COLONELS DOING WELL. r ? a "". M- SHBlHBHHHMHHBMiHSMHBBGwSKSwiMMSSSBETt 2 i ywaimmmmnnn Liiiam mmmmwmmmm mfflmmm WTiWwfnf i Jrffife VMfHStSHKHH in ifir T i iff in mill The supreme convention of tho Knights ot Columbus will meet in Buffalo, N. Y on August 5. Delegates from every State In tho Union and 'from Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Panama and Porto Rico will be present. tlliMlli ""WMBy"! li 1, lij II imi,imilir 7 V 93 I Art ff " .. i 4X ? t i r",, . .. . rw h , The Louisville baseball club closes its series with (Milwaukee this aftere noon and opens a series with Kansas City tomorrow, from there going to Toledo before returning homo. The Colonels are through the worst part of tho trip, breaking even with Minneapolis and St. Paul, who are the best of the four WeaU em clubs and for" the rest of the trip at Kansas. City and Toledo should win five if not six games, which will bring them home with a good record for the entire trip. Although a weak hitter, Wortman has strengthened tho team conslderahly from a1 playing standpoint and his playing at short has bolstered up tho entire club. The Improved pitching of tho Louisville twirlers was a surprise to Kelly, Cantillon and Rowland, and they now realize the Colonels, barring accidents, are a certainty for one.two in the Association. four-gam- FINEST COFFEE. The enforcement of the bone-dr- y law is giving coffee and other soft drinks a most decided popularity with the public People who rarely drank coffer are now serving it at their tables or ordering it at restaurants and other places. There are naturally all grades of the bean on the market, but for the finest and most dellclously flavored coffee In our city the name of Englehard stands conspicuous and this enterprising firm keep9 all grades for all purses. Englehard coffee is pure, fresh, invigorating. The brands which have made the name of Englehard famous and are in constant demand by the public are Fllson Club, Cherokee, and Pendennis Grandma's Cup, each having some special bouquet of Its own and each having its admirers who will drink no other kind. Whether you drink your coffee cold or hot, you certainly want the best, and you will make no mistake if you purchase it from Englehard, who is headquarters for the finest and purest varieties on the market. PERSONAL. Mrs. M. J Tierney announces the marriage of her daughter, Blanche Holtheide, to Joseph A. Purtlll, which took place Thursday morning at St. Cecilia's church, Rev. Father Craney performing the ceremony. After a wedding breakfast at the 'bride's home, the happy young cou-'pleft on a bridal tour for Niagara Falls, New York, and other places. Private Bertrand (Bean) Hlggins, former star catcher In the Twin City League, returned this week from overseas, where he had been with the A. E. F. for several months. I I le SOPWITH TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT PLANE AND ITS CR EW.. . Last photo taken before the Sopwlth went Into the air for the lasttlme and Is so far as known the last and are now safe in London. picture made of the plane and Its team. The men were rescued in mi ILL-FATE- D -- dukes and labor leaders has been known throughout the battle sectors electrical. One peer Lord Esher, who is distinguished for his wisdom as the "Song in Your Heart Girl," wearing the most remarkable war and statesmanship, has written a little book on the problems of the souvenir to reach this country. The scarf is decorated with the Insignia times and dedicated it to Robert of every division and lesser unit beSmillle, the labor leader. fore she sang the song by which she Witnessing tho Passing of High "I selected Mr. Smillle," says became known. Lord Esher, "as being, so far as I Salaried Dukes and could Judge, tho leader of the new Bishops. democracy Into whose hands tho suWELCOME VISITORS. preme control of the destinies of SUPPLY MANY ORGANS. our country are about to fall." Mr. and Mrs. Percy S. Cooney, of There Is a vast difference, I may Eight thousand mouth organs New Orleans, will come the end of Wall Street Journal Correspondent say, between dukes and lords. Dukes Juno for a visit to Mrs. Cooney's were recently purchased in Paris by father, are born, not made; while lords are John B. Keyer. Mrs. Cooney Describes Enormous made, not born. Practically any the Knights of Columhus for ship- will be remembered as the beautiful Briton can become a lord by first acment to Brest, where they are being and popular Miss Juanlta Keyer, Powers. quiring a fortune, and then be bedistributed to American soldiers. It whose marriage to Lieut. Percy coming either very useful or very was discovered by the Knights that Cooney took place at the Cathedral dangerous to the Government. the American soldier visiting Paris of the Assumption last January, beusually bought a mouth harp, so the ing military affair in every detail Tho There is no growing hostility to Graft of This Class Responsi lords only to dukes, and bishops, cUy's entire supply was purchased and a one of the prettiest of the sea by the Knights, and Brest, until the son. Mr. Oooney is Vice President as these are landowners, They are ble For British Labor not financial and industrial, as most last American doughboy leaves for of the National Oil Works, of New Troubles. lords aie. home, will be a "musical center." Orleans, of which concern his fathFew of the dukes "and fewer still The harps were made dn Germany, er, Peter A. Cooney, is sole owner. of the bishops played a heroic part but that doesn't worry a soldier he In the war; but sixteen members of likes to toot it Just the same, and CAUDOME'S EXERCISES. A VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY. the House of Lords were killed in can get real music out of the n-made contraption. action; and 162 sons of peers met The commencement exercises ot the same fate. Cardome Academy, Georgetown, will PARISH PICNIC. The' war record ot the Established take place Monday afternoon at 2:30 Church Is not at all heroic. In the and bishops must go The graduates are Misses so The dukes average Tuesday, June 17, St o'clock. On next says the man in the early days of the war, many df the Boniface pariah will give their an- Frances Shouse, ot Lexington; Omie British Isles. They must give up clergy were strongly nual ipicnlc all day at Fontaine Blanford and Leona Blanford, of and in the ordeal of conscription, Ferry Park for the benefit of the Louisville; Helen Van Becelarr, of their lands and go. the Angltcan clergy secured comonly thirty dukes all plete exemption. will be Jacksqn, Mich.; Marie Aimee Smith, The children There are fiee school taken to the park In chartered cars of Lexington; Polly Elssinger, of told, without counting the Prince of Last week a bishop was set upon g management Richmond; Lucille McKinlvan, ot Wales. The oldest is Norfolk, whose and nearly mobbed in an English The In the Versailles, and Anne MoCandless, of of the park has added several other park Ife was taunted about his title was created In 1483. In ad- - Oakland. attractions for this occasion income and his palace. are two archbishops and largeaway The stern displeasure He There of ran twenty-fou- r bishops, who receive sal the crowd frightened him. aries from $15,000 to $75,000 a These high officials of the Church of England are not at all like Ameryear. mar ican bishops. They are state dlgnl, Also there aie thirty-nin- e lawmakers. They own quesses, whose titles are based on tarles andreceive money from the land and Inheritance, not merit. state. In all, these hereditary peers and In order of precedence, tho two ecclesiastics number archbishops walk ahead, of the only nlnety.flve men; but they own Prime Minister, who walks ahead of the dukes. millions of acres of British land. Thus dukes and iblshops are both men are JRiffciiy Facing these ninety-fiv- e mTilS&f &$frr wbhkP1&2'? 7,000,000 workers and farmers who on tho same footing. Neither are Neither have anything own no land at all. The struggle Industrial. has begun and there is not the whatever to do with trade and com' slightest doubt as to the final re- -, merce. Strange as it may seem, It Is still suit. The recent hazing of the dukes quite true that the passing of the bishops before a tribunal of labor leaders dukes and capitalists will not affect and financiers shows tho swing of public opinion. either the Such a performance would have on the one side, or the royal family on the other. been unthinkable ten years ago. The king and queen are .po more Half a dozen dukes were pushed Into the tribunal with as little cere- concerned In the fall' of the dukes mony as though they were poachers; than they were in the fall of the Their war record and compelled to Btate the amount czar. favor, and as for Is all In the young of their Incomes and to confess that their their titles were largely a matter of Prince of Wales,byhe would be the first President acclamation. In tradition. One timid little duke admitted the case this country should decide to ownership of $20,000,000, consist- become a republic. ing mainly of real estate that had WITH YANN & CO. been wheedled out ot a boy king many centuries ago. Louis E. jCoady, lately of Uncle All the dukes at this notable inquisition stood on their rights and Sam's navy and a prominent memfought fback with defiant answers, ber of the Knights of 'Columbus, is which was a tactical mistake on now connected with the T. E. Yann their part. They apareatly forgot Dairy Company, 508 Wenzel street. that the sovereign power i& Britain The enterprflng firm of Yna & Co. new Is n&t a king tot a best of AMERICAN SOLDIERS P AVORITES IN iBRITTANY. voters, OHly' thirty of whom aad Mr. Ooady, aij city aatlesmaii, Th children In their quaint Sunday costumes and wooden shoes at are duke. should prova a wlnalng and mi"- eHi . enc iatwt. The effect of this clash between irfoni.uc winiMvii "SONG IN YOUR HEART GIRL." Helen Colloy, of Philadelphia, BRITISH ISLES BLIND HERO AND BRIDE. Indiana, Rev. Henry J. Piper was A poilu hero, blinded In battle, ordained ft priest of the Franciscan The graduation exercises of Sacred and hla Brittany ibride. belle of her order He ii a native of Louisville Heart Academy, always the most in- village. teresting of the year, will be held and was raised in St Boniface congregation, attending that school and at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of CONCERT AND LAWN FETE. making his first communion there. June 18. ATTENDS WAR COUNCIL. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. FntST SOLEMN MASS. Last Tuesday at St Melnrad's in Germa- s; mo-nln- n outdoor concert and lawn feto Ills first solemn mass at St. Boniwill be given for the benefit of St. face church. Miss Camille Detert will return Michael's church, Brook street, on NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR. today from Washington, where she Monday evening, June 16. The chil has been attending the week's con- dren and choir of the church will n Thvmna V. "Onion . tho ference of the Field Secretaries of render an interesting programme, the National Catholic War Council. during which refreshments will be tobacco man, announces that lie ris The entertainment will out to help supply tno increased served. take place on the grounds of the for ice cream and confections "BOY BLUE.' church, which are spacious and will with tho advent of prohibition, by Inn ora.m marlor 'the pupils of St. Louis Bertrand's be so arranged as to afford comfort 4h nnivnlnrr nf nn at the northwest and confectionery school will have their closing exer- for a large gathering. corner of Seventh and St. Catherine cises at Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, streets, and is equipped with evory- INTO HOLY LIFE. near Oak, next Tuesday evening, and tning necessary xo meex me uisie oi will present "Boy Blue," a playlet, Miss iMaragret O'Hara, daughter young and old as the feature nunvber. The entertainment will begin at 8:15 o'clock of Mrs. Catherine O'Hara, 702 East HOUSE MAY PLEAD. and reserved seats are now on sale. Elm street, Now Albany, and widely known dn Catholic social circles, left A rllanntoh in tho PrMmfln's Saturday for Terro Haute, where she BANNER, INITIATION. will enter the novitiate ot the Sis- Journal on Wednesday claims au- linrltv fnr hn Rtatftnient that the of the ters of Providence at St. Marys-o- f. The .banner initiation Irish question will probably be rVntiirVitom of TanTiolln. nt Tlll Itrvlllp delegates to tne .reace uonierence, W.M1I fnlro nl.icA nnxt Thiesdav even v. tit "HniiRo. nnn nf the American NUNCIO TO POLAND. ing at Knights of Columbus Hall, delegates to th Peace Conference, when 172 memDers wui ue receivea The Associated Press Rome corre will, it is statea, visit ingiana aur-In- g into this rapidly growing society. the next fortnight and will then, A pleasing programme will bo pre spondent has cabled that the Pope Rattl it is declared, urge upon the British has appointed Monsignor sented. nuncio to Poland. The Pope re Government the necessity of settling It Ih said that ceived in private audience Monsig fha Trlah miflstlnn. LAWN FETE AND SUPPER. nor Cotapos, Bishop of La Serena, he also intends to visit Ireland to Great preparation has been made Chile, who persented a report on his investigate conditions and ascertain by the members of St. Brigid's diocese. the sentiment ot tho peopl there. well-knowae-mn- nd the-Woo- Tomorrow morning he will celebrate church, corner Baxter and Hepburn avenues, for tl) supper and lawn fete thoy will give on the grounds on Thursday afternoon and night, June 19 All friend of St. Brlgld'e are linvJted to this annual affair and enjoy a fine, evening. ATTENDS ORDINATION. Rev. ry IB feflilui the Bishop's Secretary, left Thursday on a visit to St. Louis, where he will be preaent tomorrow & the ordination ceremonies of Rev. James Willett, who Is well known to many about the Falls Cities. GOES TO OHIO. Father Daniel A. Driscoll, B HbB IHL' vj I HPIH I Gertrude Langan, of has gone to 'Middletown, Ohio, where she will tbo night Superintendent or the MIddletown Hospital. Mls3 Beech-mon- t, BISHOP O'CONNOR. Tho Right Rev. John L. O'Connor, was sixty-foBishop of Newark, years old Wednesday, and ifrom all over his diocese and State he received hearty congratulations and expressions that he may be spared for Bishop more birthdays. many O'Connor was born in Newark, N. J.--, his see city. ur vKtjVBiji JMii jByjtj& aliJlBSI-ki tUM ' MERELY RUMORS. 'i)i . ,i, , o ;. ,''TitWiitffl jJW??1 1 00 W Xul4,,wklf Rumors are circulating in Rome that a consistory will soon be held, at which Cardinals will fee created, but a masting ot the Papal Senate is Improbable until some time after the treaties of peace shall have been signed, and most likely next FIRST REPUBLICAN SPEAKER IN EIGHT YEARS. r 'He Is the first Republican to take th First photograph taken of Hon. Frederick Huntington Gillett, of the House ot Representatives, at his desk on the rostrum. gavel In eight years. crcnn-noK:"- v i-?t- ORPHAN PIOXIO. PUKE . ASK FOR WOLFF'S CONE CAKES , , $1 These delicious cakes are rolled into a cone so you can fill them with ice LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. concerned. The laBt class Initiated In, to the K. of C contributed $23 to tho orphanages. The Queen's Daughters made their annual donation or No fuel to carry Barney Campbell will give $12.50. No ashes to cart 200 loaves of bread to the picnic. CSmtB The Button Committee announced that it had collected more than $500 thus far, and last Sunday collected St. at the churches as follows: Williams, $30: St. Patrick's, $50; St. Charles, $54.24; Holy Name, rva $34.10; St. Columba, $19.23. . The Ticket Committee, headed by Martin McGee, will distribute tickets to all parishes desiring them and will have a prize of $10 for tho -holder of the lucky ticket. The tickets are numbered and coupons will be retained by' the purchasers. 418 EAST MARKET The Candy Committee, thus far marks the operation of electric service from start to finish. GOOD made up, is as follows: Messrs. J. CLEAN A. Bauer, LOUISVILLE, KY. L. Rlehm, Chairman; F. Home Phone, City 790. Whether you need a small light in a dark closet for just a moment or Sr F. A. Bauer, Jr., John Baldwin, want to switch on the washing machine for the week's laundry Ed. J. Bosler, J. G. Braun, C. P. our elecl, Downard, J. J. Wostefeld, O. J. tric service is always ready to perform in the same efficient way. That is Edw. HIckey, Chas. Fedler, Jr., where it gets its name Alex. Schwabenton, Frank J. Ryan; KNIGHTS OF GOUUUNffi Misses Martha Hanrahan, Mary Hanrahan, Margaret Filben, Julia Catharine Filben, Clara Filben, I! j; I Thome. Lucile Fitzgerald, Nell So- Late News That Will Interest han, Mary Connaughton, Mary Mc- TttRKCT STWCT ' wcamuurar I J! vf wtwrn Avenue Hugh, Eleanor Carr, Virginia uarr, Members Here and Else It helps solve the servant problem. It will help Tent or Agnes Carr, Grace Doncaster, where. sell your property. It will serve you in a hundred ways. McNally, Beat Phelan. Mary We Give and Redeem Qold Tradlnr Stamps. rice Cassllly, Ruth Cassllly. WIRE NOW. Take advantage of Miss Elizabeth SIg Slegel, of the our Low Cost Housewiring Offer. INQUIRY COUPON A new council has been Instituted novelty booth, makes an appeal for cent prize boxes ten an dtwenty-flv- e at Modesto, Cal. Telephone Main or City 2182. LouUvilU Gat & Electrlo Company: any may be Linton, Ind., now boasts a promis- and dolls, which committee in will be condition. Her ing council, Instituted last Sunday. Send a man to give me an eitimate follows: Mrs. Kate Kramer, Mrs. Monday night a class of 125 will as of wiring coat. Mrs. Canty, Mrs. John Borland, be given the third degree at Misses Matilda Gunlff, & May -, Rose Cunlff, Irene Nlcoulln, Nam Gallagher, Nell Early, Lebanon Council will have Us ini- NIcoulln, Ann (Incorporated) tiation on June 15, when a class of Mayme Gallagher, Nora Elsenmann, fifty will recelvo the degrees. Florlan Elsenmann, Rose Llebert, . AdtlreM 311 West Chestnut Street. Sunday afternoon Norwood Coun- Theresa Traut, Aline Shea, Adele cil, Cincinnati, exemplified the ma- Morltz, Eleanor Morltz, Blanche Ellen Smith. Mary Qeeon a jor degrees for 128 candidates. Saturday night Archbishop Elder Bradv. Mary Hide, uess 'itzgeraia, Lillian NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT Council, Cincinnati, conferred the Alice Canty. Anna Pitt, Fallon. Kerr, second and third degrees on a class Lillian Shultz, Mayme or tne Apron tckictckir1ck1rkirkAAAAAA Additional members of 120. Committeo were and Lafayette with over 100 now announced as follows: JaKe hud- All-Wo: ol members, Mlshawaka with seventy-fiv- e buch, Joe Lanahan; Mesdames J. C. are doing well In the million Murphy. W. N. Duane, Jonn uarry, What They Have Been Doing members campaign. John Doyle. J. B. Dant. J. Klnnar- the Past Week General r, Teams liave been appointed and ary. Miss M. Hubbuch, Mr. r, plans are going forward for the IniNew. Notes. Mr. Jas. Kelly, Mrs. tiation of another big class at LitMrs., John Ryan. on. July 6. tle Rock Father Riley, of St. Frances of Indiana had 11,000 members Jan- Rome church, and Father Melody, Division 3 meets next Friday uary 1, and since the drive ibegan were present, and made encouraging evening To Go With Confirmation Suits March 1 has added 5,400 names to remarks. The next State convention will Its roster, a gain of 50 per cent. bo held at Covington in September. CITY LEAGUE. TWIN Aa usual, 'Cincinnati Knights made Oregon will send three County a magnificent display in the DecoraOld Jupiter Pluvlus Interfered Presidents to the national convention day parade. Fully 200 uniformed sailors and soldiers were In with the games in the Twin City tion. League last Sunday, thereby leaving line. Ladies' Auxiliary 8, of Syracuse, FOR THE BEST ANSWER SEE THE A large class from Newport Coun- the scrap for first place to be decid- initiated three new members at an Alumni NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES cil received the first degree at the ed possibly tomorrow. X.have lost Interesting meeting last week. K. of C. hall in Covington, and on and the Hibernians, who Tne ball team meets second FOR GIRLS' WEAR. Sunday the second and third were one game each, meet for the Knights the X. Hibernian Club tomorrow at Alumni time on Diamond No. 1. The conferred. snawnee Park. Come and root ) Shawnee The Indiana State Council sent a of Columbus tackle the and Cali2, Don't forget the cable message to our peace confer Club en Diamond No. on Diamond of the Hibernian euchre and lotto Social asking that Ire- fornia plays Mackln race In the June 24, on tho club house Club, on ence representatives grounds. The pennant hearing by the No. 4.City Inter-Southe- rn land bo given a Twin this year is the most open The Oregon State Board has League of Nations. In the history of the league, and the Fully 150 candidates have just clubs are evenly balanced in regard elected five delegates to the national JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. received the major degree at Day- to good players, the only weak spot convention, which meets in San You can not afford to pay less than ton, Ohio. Among the visitors were thus far being the California team, Francisco. IiOUlSVELLE, KY. The national convention of the Supreme Knight Flaherty and P. J. and It Is Improving weekly. The Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeLadies' Auxiliary takes place In San Durke, of New Orleans. our closely marked prices on Kirsch-baustanding to date: Francisco at clean, progressive company, whose treatment of agents and This week Price Hill Council, CinWon Lost I'ct Ancient Order;the same time as the Initia- Kuights of Columbus.. 3 policyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of the cinnati, had a double-head1 750 Clothes if you want the same tion, the ambition being to bring Kentucky should bo represented at 1 American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of the very the membership up to 1,359, corre- Hibernians 3 750 1 Mackin Couucil 3 750 the national convention. Her delehighest rank? sponding to the council number. X. Alumni 3 75o gates have always been prominent quality in the same full measure. The Bienville General Assembly Californians o 000 In the councils of the order. 4 CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC will have a reception and entertain- Shawnee Athletic Club, o .000 4 Division 4 met Monday evening June 20 Orleans TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 ment at New and men on the" army and Chairman Pal Keegan, of the of for all officers CLASHES IN IRELAND. Visiting Committee, made another and navy who are members of any Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the flattering report no one on the sick ij council within Its jurisdiction. Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. jGuerrllla warfare of a character list. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, The annual outing of the combin , "which usually precedes a major California will present the name or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. ed councils of Cincinnati and vlcin-- conflict Is now going on in Ireland," of Mrs. Hannah Molloy to the San t Walsh declared be hela this year at For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so Ity, which willon Saturday, July 19, it is Edward F. by Frank P. supple- Francisco convention for National Dunne in a Coney Island, and mat you may build up a business of your own and have an independDirector Ladles' promises to be one of the blgge3t mentary report which they have for- She has of the five years Auxiliary. t ent permanent income, address the Home Office of the Company. served as State - warded to President Wilson regardand greatest In the annals of ColumNORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON ing pondltions in Ireland. Messrs. President of California. bianism In these parts. N LIFE INSURANCE CO. The Ladles' Auxiliary at Syracuse Walsh and Dunne, delegatea of Irish 'FORTY HOURS. societies In the United States, affirm have been making their winter meetLOUISVILLE, KY. In this addition to their report sub ings interesting by entertaining the EVERYBODY WHO DRINKS The Forty Hours' Prayer will be mitted to President Wilson last members with "country store eu gin tomorrow, Trinity Sunday, In week that clashes between Irish vol chres." The la3t of the series took St. Agnes church, and will continue unteers and tho army forces In Ire- place Monday night, when twelve until Tuesday. At the opening there land, in which men on both sides prizes were given and a door prize killed, are of dally occurrence. awarded. will be procession and exposition. cream and serve them to your family or guests. Buy them from any ice cream dealer. To Avoid Cheap Imitations Ask For $50; Rev. Osmund, O. S. B., Danville. Ky., $30; Rev. A. Helling, Rev. F. Clarkson, Ky., $10; Phllpot, Ky., $5. Tlmoney, J. Tho attendance was very gratifying Monday evening, nearly all parishes coming In to Victory Bonds are being disposed of, acording to reports mado at the weekly meetings of the Catholic Orphan Society. The fol. lowing parishes have taken amounts as follows:- Cathedral, $200; Church of Our Lady, $100; Churoh of tho Holy Cross, $200; Holy Name, $100: Sacred Heart, $200; St. Co- lumba, $75f St. Frances of Rome, $600: St. George, $50; St. James, $600; St. John's, $50; St. Louis Bertrand, $5P0; St. Mary Magdalene, $200; St. Philip Nerl, $100; Rev. John F. 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