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Kentucky Irish American: June 21, 1919 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1919 kec1919062101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: June 21, 1919 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. H I1IKK TO HEICKS i" - V i t .i THCC9NWIVAWNSTME he AajtMag Yi Mi; Kttd hi HARDWARE HENRY HEICX HARDWARE GO. t 322 W. Market St. twtarlib, Kj. rtmwt 432 Kentucky Irish American 25. III1 INIILISENT imowN TAXI PHWtf: mm CAREFtrlSOmCE ofi maw Svery IJriver an Escort. LoiiUnH Carriage Taxkftfc Incorporated rwwiwiww'MWKiiwawTiiriffii t. VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919. tAfT'4'1 WH'I" PRICE FIVE CENTS. ENGLAND Served !; n Willi llll IHIII1I1III-- H.WI I lllll llll .!. That America Con- tlnues for Liberty Throughout the World. Notice r Ibb&.'bMr flaBaBwBHB? vf ft i d&V&jBEr & 5 df &BsS tf MflaBBBBBBBBBBBBvBBaBBE WllliaSf Warley, business the publisher of a fRored newspaper, wpetc filed his entracT?apers this for the RpublleagwfcQmnation In the J1r- Legislature in tlW&Fllty-soventitiict, which is UkiiTcnth ward, and likewise dia Driw. T. Merchant, a colored physlci?Kwho wants to be a candidate f&idernian on the Republican tlcliiijrtihnlng fiom the city at large. J Republican will havajBw hesitancy in h ma-chln- K. OP C s- Devoting Their Tlnio and Money to '' the Cause of Higher e Education. -i j Address of Hon. Daniel P. Cohnlan to Friends of Irish Freedom. 1 Declares Action on Senator Borah's Resolution Is Epoch Making. HEARTENS THE WHOLE WORLD. ia)ffiaaiffigg'.'!:t fBgrTgBiiJAjnaMaaaBaaMapaayaBwaMiBJB If higher education Isn't a part of F. Cobalan, Justice ""' national reconstruction then nothing ,! of tho Supreme 'Court, New York, i Is. Holding this as an axiom, the addressing a mass meeting of Knights of Columbus are devoting Friends of Irish Freedom at Liberty their time and a great deal of their Hut,' Washington, Saturday evening, jtea41-- own money to the cause of higher said in part: education. Some years ago, long "The action of the Senate on Senbefore the war with Germany was ator Borah's resolution last week is SCENE IN VOLCANO ST RICK EN ISLAND OF JAVA. GERMAN PEACE COMMISSION SURROUNDED BY HIGH FENCE. epoch making. thought of, at any rate in this counIt is a notice to Photo shows scene of volcano stricuen Island, showing type of inPhoto shows palisades seven feet hlo;h, with French Gendarmes, sta- try, the Knights raised $550,000 England and to all the rest of the habitants, peculiar dress, and at extreme right of photo shows a native tioned at regular intervals, surround the Geiman Quarter at Versailles among their Own membership to enworld that America is going to con carrjing candle lanterns. defining the limitations of freedom accorded the Teutonic dow a great university at Washingtinue to be a sovereign state and a ton, D. C, the Catholic University guiding star to all peoples strug of America. gling for liberty throughout the advocated and backed up by all the In this university the Knights world. It comes at a very oppor- force of America, to the end that a with prayer, Chief Petty will certune moment, for English influence just and permanent peace be made; tainly be cne good drawing card, founded the Chair of American Hiswas Bweeping everything (before it that the twenty million American and then ho can fill in ihls talk tory then a decided noveUy in even the most advanced educational Inat the Peace Conference, to the end citizens of Irish blood toe placed upwith yarns of the Keystone cops. that England might become the on a plane of absolute equality with There is one class of residents stitutions, tout no less a necessity an dominant power throughout the all others and that Ireland, In the here who are enjoying the reign of for give American university striving world. interests not alone of herself and of Facing Impending Disaster and the Keystone police, and that is the to By the most plenary education. their endowment of this uni Policemen nave One Big Week and Idle, vicious and dishonest negroes, "It is going to toe a new Declara- humanity, but in the interest of Fights In Nation and tion of Independence in effect, serv- America, be permitted to resume her and this class are having the time versity the Knights secured the Stage Both. Comedy and State. ing notice on the world and to all place among the circle of nations of of (their life. A trip through the privilege of sending fifty young men to take post the active agencies of England here the world, a free and independent Melodrama. district bound Jyt Liberty, Magazine, every yeararts, philosophy, graduate engineer Jn America, that we intend to con- nation, with the international recog Seventh and Twelfth would aston- courses in tinue to be a Republic, that we in- nition of the Irish Republic, already ish the average citizen. In iront of ing, etc. Already the number of tend to continue to be free, that wo set up by her people. Leaders Relieve Mistake Was Made the negro saloons atfd barrel houses graduates from this endowment goes with Intend to continue to be American. "Such action on the part of the Col. Petty's Press Bureau Having In that territory daily you will see over the 250 mark, year, tho ranks in selecting Morrow as so that a Increasing every It will hearten lovers of liberty all United States would be In accord hundreds ot Dig strapping negroes small army of well equipped men is Hard Time Holding Out over the world. It will be taken to with American ideals, in line with Nominee. loaf jng and shooting craps on the mean that in a struggle between the action of this country In paying corner. Dozens and dozens of trav being placed at the nation's service .Sews. the Knights democracy and autocracy that Amer- back to France the debt of gratitude elers from the Seventh and Tenth byThroughout of Columbus. the country State ica, in spite of the weakness and we owed her for the services she w,m v &w rt uvyuwi " 0 Un IT ! n backsliding of some of her spokes- rendered us in the Revolution. through that district at night, or "1. it Coloured Republicans Issue Defl to t ""Y"""" men, is determined that autocracy perhaps being strangers, have, .gg. Colored Republicans Having One Machine Leaders and Threaten must 'be broken and that the day of LOSS IS FELT. . . .. . .. 'filing Hohnlnrnhlna Jn aovon Inafitii. 1OT.I..1 Willi rvmrlr -. Uann ' Bpecial privileges has passed in all s nas oecome so irequeni xnai -i"v"J u, Vengeance. u Z. ni, iTE T" the countries of $he worlds sorae of tho old and real police have ""A"5' :" . Sw aV,V, T .; Police. Though the announcement was. r taken to mean that. prevent the - "It will be been stationed there to praiseworthy work Is done. In addigreat not unexpected, a pall of gloom many assaults and robbries. Negro America will continue to be a councils of to crimes are carefully condealqd or tion K. thisO.subordinate scholarships moral force, leading all peoples of overspread Louisville when it be THE BINGHAM PRESS METHODS. maintain of minimized by the Colonel's press bu- - the junior the earth to freedom. That despite came known that Michael Hermann, NOW VERIFIED PREDICTIONS academies and parochial at be extraordinary cleverness and French Consul and a veteran of the m;i wrwi. .J t..i nraaa (.blarantan dZjcllled another,f 4fU A.: schools, and 33 a rule provide ability of the English diplomats, Prussian war, known to and beloved iwi ' klialnJ daa! nM. u. ln( nnll I. ....II , there is one country that England by all classes of citizens, had been nut wan niw 4iuiu- - school students who excel" In AmeriBlack his followers are jubilant tuniuu uuvi uuu Six weeks or two months ago the over andoutlook, claiming a steady public Of can not control, that there is one called into heavenly reat at his the attempt of 'Louisville's ed in. In athis the whIch heard but can history. Well, the shootlng occurred country which is determined to keep Borne, 1336 Hepburn avenue, on Republican party throughout the tide of strength to their camp, The regular annual routine ot a lhlck" fire department to compete at ne negro saloon just below Ninth free from English diplomacy and Wednesday morning. He was sixty- - State and nation was jubilant over which was augmented by the a curricuK. mean that nine years old, a native of Alsace, future prospects and Kentucky Repower. Keystone police in comic Tuesday evening the public heard lum ofofC. council Includes useful subEnglish It will withdrawal, and they point with the wide range upon or- we and came to Louisville In 1872. we meant what we said when they as proof of this assertion to tho roles has failed, as tho motormen NOTHING. Stories of drunken publicans were Baying jects. Experts of all kinds are inentered the war, that we did so to Here he lived an active life, and would elect Morrow tbia that and fact that the Louisville Herald and and conductor police just outdid eles and tules of depraving inci-- vited to lecture 'before the membera year brother, Col. Joseph Herput an end to autocracy, and that with his then help to elect a Republican the other Republican press through- themselves In getting in the pub- - dents are reara irequentiy, dui no of a council. In this way the we meant autocracy of all kinds. It mann, had conducted a very success- President next year, and some Dem- out the State have turned their bat- He eye. The "hick" firemen tried one has heard of the gobd 'brothers Knights acquaint themselves with serves notice upon England that wo ful wholesale wine and liquor busi- ocrats were willing to concede that teries on the Governor's candidacy, tn fniinw .m their success of last In .the Men's Federation like Dr. full Information on all manner of ness. A prince among men, he was are no more tolerant of English provide for the rounding predictions of national success realizing that if nominated there is week when they attracted attention Lockhart, Messrs. Gernert, Meddls, topics than we "were of German mil- generous to all charities, never ask- their not far wrong. But what a no posdb!o chance for Morrow's by trying to demolish all the city unanuier, jonnson, or mat uu. uu. out of and education of the younger were the we meant, in good ing about race, creed or color, and change there has been in the past boasted 25,000 majority in tho fire apparatns and In" giving their least, the Rev. M. P. Hunt making members. itarism. That It is estimated that over all his life had been a practical week or faith, that the doctrine of men hear lectures In K. Eleventh district. Here In Jefferson funny imitation of trying to put out a visit in this district as was done G. applied to all Catholic and a real friend of the throughoutten days. The again 0. P county, the Fifth district the Gov. the cottonseed oil plant fire for the under Democratic reign. Page the five O.million halls every year. should be stagcouncil the country Is poor clergy, especially those exiled good brothers some one and let of The Knights make a specialty of peoples to those living under the ing one of the famous factional Black supporters are rorming a 'steenth time. This week they made German Kaiser, and ito those living from France. He is survived by six fights ihat started in 1912 and con- strong organization with a local a bid for favor by two of the fire , them go slumming, public lectures on current events, As proof that Col. Petty's press particularly in explanation of the erunder the German King of England. children, Raymond, Albert, Richard tinued until last year, when the old headquarters In charge or benator companies getting lost In looking concealing the stories of rors of extreme radicalism. In this "It will hearten liberals all over and Louis, and (Miss Lydla Herrabout succumbed to Sam L. RobertBon. The Governor' for a flro. while the feature act was bureau is we quote the follow the world, who have been hoping mann, Louisville, and Miss Marie machine had Following his death ev- local supporters claim he will .bo the pulled by one of the Jays at Twen- - negro crimes, Official Police Bulletin ear ihtv hnvfl hfilned to combat the Roosevelt. that the conference at Versailles Herrmann, Colorado Springs. His erything went well for awhile that logical man to carry the Fifth dis- tieth and Duncan, who worked over- - lag ifrom the negro, o progregs ot ayndicallstlc ideas. With it.. ,f".the lessening of war activity the would mean a, just and permanent brother, Col. Joseph 'Herrmann, and Is, until the question of who would trict ticket to victory In November. time in trying to attach the fire hose, Pom th district, hi., light l.rown Man, worn souiicr Knlghts are devoting larger atten peace, and put an end to war. Al- his widow, who was Caroline pump. But the, up, In this connection it is pleasing to to an old corner also survive. . One son, Joseph, carry the banner next year came ready the results are evident in everything points to tho "hicks" ran a bad second to the hut. Third district, 2 negroes, No. tion to this substantial reconstrue- fur question of Ireland, died in Colorado Springs last No- and then themen began to fly. The note that of a strong ticket In the Keystoners, who were in the lime-- 1 1, age 21, 5 ft. 0, 180 lbs., dark tlon work. The Paris. in the Republican selection , Funeral services Friday which the frlenda of England hoped vember. will be Htrht Avprv minute, leadine off by brown skin. No. 2, age2j, 5 ft. shelved, morning at Holy Trinity church. party have stopped at nothing In primaryby a ticket that voters, and clubbing a man to a frazzle at .150 lbs., light brown skin Third had been permanently Democratic the chosen HOLY ROSARY EXERCISES. this emerged again Into the noonday of The solemn requiem mass was sung their abuse of Tart, and and has there are many Democrats working Third and Market, and from day to district, 2 negroes, No. 1, 5 ft, 6, hU caused the skin, peg leg. lbs., dnik brown rtiRriiKslnn. and the representatives by Abbot Edmund Obrecht, of At the new auditorium of Holy Senator for their respective choices with the day kept do much In the public eye 135 2, 5 ft. 8, 140 lbs., dark brown who was asisted by the Rev. friends to fight back. No. of America now promise to 'unoffi Hiram Johnson, of California, is be- best of, feeling prevailing. Judge- that Chief Petty and his press Rosary Academy, on Park avenue, skin; wore soldier shirt and hat. cially' present the question to tne Father Berresheim and the Rev. ing boomed for the Presidential has an organization, com- g reau wore worked overtime in Thus you see nothing Is told of the commencement exercises for the Just what an Charles P. Ratfo. Prtace Conference. As stated td camouflage. principally of the legal nomination by the Western Republigraduates of the year 1919 took presentation of the quesseedy uniform wear-thir- d unofficial' while Col. P. J. Noel, tho fore, when the cans, but the mere mention of JohnARCHBISHOP GVEKSOS. (Continued on Page 3.) place Monday evening. There were tion may mean is a matter of conman and unknown quantity in ers get in a mess the Shelbyville name excites the Hughes and son's jecture. But the resolution of the three graduates In the literary deGubernatorial contest, is eecur- - Chief and his press bureau rush to The Most Rev. John J. Glennon, New York Republicans to frenzy, tho an organization not only here the daily press with a new innova-bREUNION AND RECEPTION. partment and three in the commerUnited States Senate called for no Ing they blaming Hughes' defeat .to cial course. A pretty feature of tho such action, and presently, I am head of the Roman Catholic Arch- Johnson and California in 19i6. throughout the State of per- - tlon In the police department with The President of the Alumnae of evening, which was also done at St eure, in response to the aroused diocese of St. Louis, born in County Then young Mr. Hays, the National sonal friends and acquaintances, something like the following to get public opinion in America, the ques- Meath, Ireland, last Saturday cele- Chairman, who was advertised as Col J P. W. Brouse, of somerset, tne puouc attention away irow mo tho Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Catherine's last week, was the corbirthday. eops: ''Col. announces the annual reunion of the onation ot the graduates immediatetion of Ireland will be officially con- brated his and was of harmony has announced for Auditor enrolling misdeeds of tho comedy real harbinger Petty Organizes Keystone Police association to take place at the ly after the onenlng march. Tho sidered by the Peace Conference and He is one of the American prelates the comes .forward and put his foot in here this past week Academy on Sunday afternoon, June Very Rev. J. A. "Heenan, O. P., prior xae uuu.ru ui action will be taken that will give most frequently mentioned for the it, so to speak. He issued a fiery frioniia nm. workers in nis nenau .jazz ..uana, recognition to the re- Cardlnalate. Ordained in 1884. he international Establishes a Saturday Night Bath 29, at 3 o'clock. The class of 1919 of St. Louis Bertrona, crownea tne concerning the Republi- fnv tlifi Tirlmarv. received and the election of graduates, who looked very lovely publican form of government that became Bishop of (Kansas City in ultimatum opinion of the League of There seems to be quite a Doom tor the Rube Cops," or "Col. Petty will be can party's year will with the crowns resting lightly on has been set up by the people of 1896, was transferred to St. Louis Nations, and inside of three days on for W. H. Shanks, ot Stanford, Appoints Parson Hiram Dewdrop to officers for the ensuing take place. their heads. This ceremony was folIreland. Anything less will notAny and became Archbishop in 1903. hole in for Lieutenant Governor, as many Lead the Police Gospel Revivals," was forced to crawl in his . lowed by a chorus of the larger Pft"olfce of America In the Issue of May 3 the Kenhis selection would toe a answer to a challenge aa to whether claim that Capt. girls. Miss Margaret Wagner then thing less will not be In accord with his partx vras willing to make tnel splendid ono to offset Mr. Ballard, tucky Irish American said that .played an intermezzo by Schumann. for the Dick Hundley, of the Sixth district, lueais, twuu u tne the Republican candidate League or Nations a parry issue. Misses Helen Schneider, Katherino Anything Jess will mean America. Many agree that the would not last long in tnat aistrict, So much for the Republican party same office. Kilkenny and Grace McCormack candi- as he was bitterly opposed toy the tho conference Is establishing, that nationally. Preceding the Republi- other and widely advertised Lieu- Republican sang "Out in the Fields" in a gammers rule of democracy, tout the not the can State convention at Lexington, date for the nomination for charming manner. Miss Margaret in 4he General rule of hypocrlcy, and permitting during the proceedings and follow- tenant Governor is making the big and ene official readers were told Leamy displayed good elocutionary to do now what she did afEngland flaHK ing the convention, the Republican political mistake of pursuing the Council, and theprediction. It was ?9llaaataaaaaB powers in her reading. MIs3 MaraLLaWV IHSBflaaTaaaaaH ter the Congress of Vienna to make press and Mr. Hert's personal boos-er- s, mythical labor vote, and the writer, to watch this weeks and Capt. garet Moriarlty gave "That's the a peace that will be generous to v' raaHaaaaLH Hn Courier-Journand Tlme3, who holds a union card of manv verified in five the World In June," another chorus the England and unjust to mankind. printed and reprinted tales of nar- - years' standing, knows of no proof Hundley has been sidetracked, to Anclosing the program, with the exAmerica "America won the war. England of of the claim that he is "endorsed by Workhouse as Superintendent, Capt. monv concerning the selection J TJk 'JSSi0Mt0llf "T, III. ception of the conferring of honois. other prediction was that y should make the peace. choices, union labor." Morrow and the muBt The graduates, who were Miss MarSmyaer wouldn't last long, being a did not win the war. England peace, and the public was told that tho Regaret Leamy, Miss Margaret Wara friend of Sheriff Will Ross, and all not be permitted to make mean not publicans of Kentucky were a unit PASSED FROM SCHOOL. 1 HHiiif in ner and Miss Margaret Moriarlty, of of Ross friends are marked for e an English peace will for in wanting Morrow as uieir canu:-datthe literary department, and MlB3 reason: Sheriff for and end to wars, tout a succession or Six young women were graduated slaughter being this for Governor. Now It develop? Katherine Kilkenny, Mls3 Grace Mc. groomed for Mayor, Ross is BBBBBBE wars. that this was far from the truth, and Wednesday 'afternoon from the Sa- but Is bitterly opposed by the City BBBaHaB Cormack, and Miss Helen Schneider, contrary we are asked, in "On the 4B HPIBBBaBK.' many there who didn't think It wise cred Heart Academy on Cherokee commercial department, then we:e who are booming Chief the League of Nations, to submit to to select Morrow were afraid to op- Drive. Graduating exercises were Hali crowd,that honor. It is not triven their dlnlomas and honors by England domiLIHbBHk" pHr for an English) plan for Following the conven- hold in the chapel and wore attendpose Hert. 'the Very Rev. J. A. Heonan, O. P., We are asked on what platform our Chief nation of the world. tion a prominent Republican from ed by a large numbor of friends and known who also 8poKo a tew woras to inn will make the race, but he will to give away part of our sovereign I EBBBBnaV ?i j jBa tbe'Tblrd district and former office- relatives. Address to tho senior probably stand on his record as young ladles who haye finished thef emerge from the war, power and to opinion or many class wag made by the Rev. Father ?IKaBSBBaaflRlHBBanHKm3H2 holder, voiced the en" T7 police force. course at ths academy under the dir sJBBV iBBBBarlTfBEr not free and Independent as we conno head of the Keystone by saying: "What a shame it was Hillenbrand, Evansviue, ana other-winrection of the Sisters of St. Dominic. tered it, but dominated and We party to throw certificates of graduation were con- Go where you will, locally or for the Republican the remitatlon ot Louisville's trolled and tied to England. Schuaway its ehaaces tor tne araie oi- - ferred toy the Rev. George ' HARRY FLYNN COMING. joke police has reached there. Evare asked, in this English schemebePliBHaBBaBflBalHBHK JaHat bbbH rices by selecting Morrow, a stereo- mann, D. D. The graduates were ery traveler out of here has carried and nobody hoe explained what to ! typed politician, who Is 10,000 votes Misses Ellen Carter, Norma funny aaWPPiaHllaWMI Word ha3 been received here that tho stories of Loulsvllle'fl came of the American scheme weaker than he was tour years ago." Corlane Funk, Marion Mur- com until there Is now aa many Harry J. Flynn, who was soliciting guarantee the territorial Integrity of This sentiment has spread like wild phy, Juliet Keelan and Charlotte Keystone police stories as the,re are freight agent for the Cotton Belt the British and Japanese Empires, CaalBvHPltaaak msaBaaWBaaw fire, and despite the enorts or. tne Worden. Route prior to (his entering the arFord jokes. Soldier boys from overthe only two empires Republican Campaign Committee to my, and Richard Fowler, both of of the United States -seas testify that the tales of the "The Senate iioway convince the voters mat DANT BOWLING. whom served overseas In the engi"van" cons reachad them and they ' lias Tendered a splendid service to ' Ed" is a "rattlla good speaker,; it is 'HMHfaW.'llal here great "body to neers, have arrived in New York that when they boys America. kSaVHP jajSKXB ' It istotheav& our country, every one that Morto many say saw the Keystone reached their now plain to A wedding of Interest expect to return to Louteville in SBBMJK aVB and ' and which we look ' BBLBv9BBHaBBBBBV is in this city anf WTOUgjriouT. : ' Tdv and dirty uniforms of the row's chance to become Governor in the near future. Flynn was to preserve Its ideals, Its traditions, mupttol every day, and if wto becoming weaker vaa to It they are ready to be- stricken wRh stomach trouble and Ti Will nW the nemtbUcan convention conW bo iimm it interests. We should see public wen, wnen .11 they heard .wmw was in an army hospital several that, throughout the country to woTBiB recalled the party would, drop Mor- at unwapo on the months. His mother, Mrs. Mary Valtv ..arlg DUt on his Mayoropinion ehoaW ba. arouaed (ROUMANIA. PICKED UP IN QUEEN MARIE OF row like a hot eoal. j": Flynn, 517 Eaat Oak atreet, receivboom he ean have aa good a eoaf rot. in the ikinn uthat HiriT G. Hawker But Latent portrait made in London, ed a letter from (him laet week that Amwlea'a msHulAr Oriave. two a&d Lieut. Coat U2e ol the principal thorn campaign Let dartM. Austral the Republican his recovery and atailng whan the Queen was on her recent fflisa-s?- ss rights be aeaerUd at Paria, thai e ian aviators two wre raaeuM. ift leader la the elMm for recognition op. , TT: the crowd. the vlalt 'o England. Insert, her young ke expected to reach home by of indepeadenoe ooeation when tlwir en eta went by the colored Republican voters, July 4. o the apeakiag e.t daughter. Princess IIe.ua Ho1U tea be wt atone preeented to be daad. . and aa a proof that the latter maa !wUh but that it Pom Conference; Hon. Daniel '' lium - ,J REPUBLICANS chant, but as ft$(deracking War- In. lit. in timAMt ntnl.A. Itrnwl.... oj, wai In uinAiyi umucii xui.uj runs in a dlatrlctnm which the negro vote comprle70 per cent., the majority of theft jjfecincts compelled to have negro efewtlon officers and the Searcy macKhf-4- ' will have to use rough house met&$ls of the crudest kind to deprivetwArley of tho nomi nation. This lput Searcy, the State Campalgit'pialrman, in the biggest kind of aljiole, and instead of toeing able toMevote his atton-tibto helplnglj3Srrow out in the State Is busy racking his brain to settle the Warley "affair, as it would not do for Morrow and his ticket to be coupled with a (cblored man when tho November election rolls around. The colored Republican voters held a monster jsnass meeting in Qulnn Chapel, a jf colored church, Monday evening, feeing addressed by Major Gen. R. R. Jackson, a former colored member of the Illinois Legislature, end Wt told his hearers that the time ,hswl come for Kentucky colored nae. to, not ask but demand representation, on the ticket. says that "tho Warley in his Republican bosseafare pleading for him to quit, sayiaf the time la not ripe," tc, and daagkras further that If the rumored ranch house methods are used the catered Republicans throughout the ealre State will b9 asked to knife iMefsmV and the Republican ticket is) 'November, and. that their motto wilt "toe "a knife for a knife." This kaa' stirred the bosses aaTkeVer before, and yet not a word eijjtbe row has appress, peared in the which Is daily eeMiig to create dissension and "troU'We "in Democratic ranks. It is elgaMcant that the Courier-JournTimes daily Gov. 3eek an attempte harass uiacK iDy iryingf ia uctaie ine com on th' mission, the reaaaval of State em ployes, or In MManing the fate to the (Senthat sent Gov. ate, but there Is wer a word of criticism for the MrtSearcy local Republiticket or can "reform" administration with Its the third-rat- e Keystone police flclally rated so flro department by the Board of Underwriters and tho dirty streets mu alleys, whlcli tho Board of WoiitS' pleads it can't keep clean because the treasury '3 "busted." v, TL n tiiiK l' awjtl-faiffasffig jpjnjr aWfj. j. JaaaaiattjaaaaaaaMllrliiniyaM HaVHa)aBB&mOvi?IliiMHMaw aaaaaaaaafflnaV'vaH $ Throughout the Country Scholarships Are Maintained at Different Colleges. I aataMl wis--r : ag MarSPI TxffiL flliMffiffliJL TBBaF HaaiftKAflEw!&!L HUmF 5.r.S y aaaaaaaaaVaflSKas''ww'aarB aaaaaaaaRawBlHraryBlHfl JlaBBbaaaaVaHH9navwmfl?S JwSBMaapaiBMa&faaaaasaHaaaKasBBiaavrSl File Million Men Hear Lectures in K. of C. Halls Every Year. PuanyEf?icJ&3'J9aV,lF imHg. w&aavMfs&r HHlflKBHaHvSiaaHaa9aBBuv$tiMrB AIDING RECONSTRUCTION WORK jsaH' jaa)Niaj3pajRtjr flBBHaalaBaHB9aaasaaHaaaB?'Si!KMHaa fiasKiffSHBaaaaaHaaaaaaHailiaaaaBalaaVSwjaf'lHi .Mr KEYSTONE Hef-BIngha- m al ad text-bo- ok I ' hand-pick- ed -- . fot-ce- , -- ." l ffit --- Jff i . H ' fl ft Don-har- dt m . . Bal-mc- r, i antl-WilB- Geth-Beman- e, try-pos- ed fra-Jln- ut nfty-seven- th I oi. sat-io- fr saloon-keeper- s, al t Hert-Searc- 'WHR& iohii tnti & o. aWmHBB9SaH Ham-rao- n, 1 ie. IPS aatat. ill jrogg'M MID-OCEA- N. flwJ .AvSTr'Tr'alty . maohml w vln-tpe- ky '7""fiSl. - m -- -- aiid-ooa- '". toto7iwer !. usss a u&ftrcrijosnr xiucjsis ajmobxxga2 KENTUCKY IRISH n-t- MERICIW. Ineotpocitd. KEYSTONE POLICE BAND. ! FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. Time, opportunity and need all beckon you to build now. Promote the home beautiful and city beautiful plan, start local activities in trade, employ labor especially the returning soldiers and sailors looking for occupation. Its 'the patriotic thine to do, it's the sensible thing to do, it's the profitable thing to do. d PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. and Motl Advancement oi Irish American tad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. to the Social KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., Second-Cla- ii Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at th LouUvllle Poitofflce as Matter. 319-32- 44rw s all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 West Sresn St ART ANP ECONOMY JN HOME BUILDING. mi rr . - , .... 1 3x& ISooM ii dTljAMS (jp??) COUHCTgfr Lpe' LOUISVILLE, KY. STIFIiES TRUTH. If the American people wore to become acquainted wltli the real conditions In Ireland as they exist today, the San Francisco Leader declares they would rise up as a unit against the League of Nations. But the American people do not know these conditions, and It Is not at all likely that they will acquainted with them, become rAivS' U .SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919 tlon that "all men are created equal and are entitled to a certain inalien able, rights, among which are life, liberty and the pursuit 6f happi ness." The Declaration of Indepen denco goes on to say that "to secure these rights governments are Instituted among men, deriving their Just powers from the consent of the governed." The modern doctrine of dls-clss- ed n'xrr' kZwIcw beiftioer v rV flCuo. 1 nsflffirHftu. If L-- I Wl lliii tvfH p Cr . 0Q P fcierc. "" 6co Eoom o" I -- , - x. Plooe. PLr i7S FiioST 5" Scccmv FLOOR. '?LAT which took place last Sunday. She COMIXd EVENTS. the consent of the people. In send Moui was accompanied homo by her sls- ing troops to coerce the Irish the Iter, Miss Margie Conley, who Is a British Government may be repeat student at the Academy and will ing the mistake it made when June 24 Euchro and lotto of Hi- spend ithe summer at her home on troops wore sent to ccorce the thir- bernian Social Club, ou club house West Broadway. teen American 0100163. It can grounds, 1818 Portland avenue. Misses Ida and Louise Schuh- June 27 Moon-Lit- e excursion of hardly look for much popular en Mackin Social Club on steamer East mann, of Meadowhrook, last week thusiasm for such an undertaking St. Louis. enjoyed a delightful motor trip to in the United States. Idaho Free July 15 Annual lawn fete for St Shelbyville and through Shelby dinances. county. Ann's church on church grounds. But the outside world Is kept Press. July "15 Annual picnic of St. xTr,. ,.. a r in ignorance of the true facts, while "fhe peace so ardently hoped for Paul's church. Rivoli Park. Preston " "St, "A' """"i i. 1 poses as the friend of deEngland since the signing of the armistice and Kentucky. daiichtor. Ml Mim HHt n Ar. mocracy and the sponsor for those July 24 Annual picnic of St.lthiir .T rcstrj0 rvhn seems still far off as the Germans win who are suffering or in need of a will not sign the treaty and Gen. Aloyaius church, at Pewee Volley, take place June 20. o i church grounds. decent government. The Irish Foch has Issued orders for Mr. and Mrs. Hlgclna are being subjected to all man- on the foe. The Americanadvance July 17 'Euchre and lotto for troops benefit of Visitation Home, Fontaine (neo Condron), Bernard J. married who were ner of political, industrial and econo- will bo sent Into the farming and Ferry Park, afternoon and evening. Wednesday at St. Louis Bertrand mic persecution, and they must suf- wooded districts, while the EngAugust 5 Annual picnic for Holy cnurch, will go to Housekeeping at fer, unknown to the rest of the lish are assigned to the larger cities Trinity church on Park grounds, St. a&1 bevenin street on their return world, for they have no means of Irom their honeymoon trip. Matthews. In the industrial centers. conveying the story of their fitter Annual nlnntn nnd Atllie Barney Campbell, Jr., the former trials and humiliations. English and Prohibition will not 'benefit the chicken supper of Holy Trinity ?tar shortstop of the Twin City church, St. Matthews, on church League, Is Irish. Jalls'are still filled with Irish masses. Temperance has always celebrating the arrival of political prisoners, .both men and been followed with good results. grounds. another llttlo 'boy at his ihome, and ornfl1f life iKni rtlinll itnif Atrni fnn Artistic brick and stucco resildence. Stucco panels form very pleasing effect to tho eye. Bookcases women. Now and then, wo read of With temperance prevailing the A:r on each side of mantel In living loom; French doors between living room and dining room, also between tne younsiter t0 maJce nlg debut. the release of a score or more of drink ovil will disappear, but never dining room and breakfast room, gl ve exceedingly attractive interior. those who ihave suffered long in under prohibition. 1 Four bedrooms, hath, ample closets, hall and sleeping porch on second floor make this a most conE. A. Le Ser ipeut a I durance vile, but these dispatches three-davenient and dc irahle type of dwelling. furloua;h witli- - his par- J ' are now followed up by others anents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Le Grande. college. st. at Highland Park. Mrs. E. O. Le nouncing more general roundups Keep Times Good! Employment It Will Build Now! Grande accompanied him to St. Last night St. Xavler's College and more raids. As fast as one held Louis, where they will make their h Its annual commenceSinn Feiner is given his freedom, ment exercises, graduating thirty-seve- n Mtes Mary Price spent last week home ' two or more are placed safely under young men. In the presence of with friend In New Hope, ' CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS. FOR MORE Mrs. Mavy Chawk, mother of Wni. key, so, in this way. Eng- an audience that more than filled lock and Louis O'Bryan was in New Hope j. and Dr. John T. Chawk, who has college auditorium. Brother last week for a visit to Oils parents. land manages to keep her jail cells the AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: 4tt A Donln tw si tftinlftil been at 3U Mar' and Ellabet'i nwnAlnM well crowded. Hospital this past week, suffering Miss Anna Ryan spent last week from an attack-o- f C. Mengel and Bros. Company ' The man or woman who dares Tho Rev. Henry S. Spalding deUverl h Louisville Gaa and Electric Co. . overheat, Is friends at Newstead, this ing nlceiyr and shows slgna of In,. take a breath of the air of free-e- d the commencement address, and county. Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER; provement daily. Norman Lumber Company dom in th old land Immediately is Eugene J. Cooney gave the Alumni address. Joseph Byrne Broecker, marked for a penal sentence. Their T!1??al,0.!licciFurn?ce frf1!.0??1 Southem "eights A suiprlse handkerchief shower Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. the protests in the name of liberty avail Albany, was valedictorian, and pro intLfiendS anil Plnelexs Purniira. was slYa to Mies Mario Stevenson other student speakers on the . nothing, and they have no oppor- - gram were Arthur E. Gleason, Jefbj. the f0uOWnBi jiipses Rena Wels- - Southern Brick and Tile Co. Pittariiircrh 'enberg, Miller, Lonlo Marie tunlty to resist, being deprived of ersonville; William S. RItman and T, ,. T " - a th i T. IJIsliop, Ay tout, Cor. Uttli and Ormsby Wntcr Heater, fiI8 2 S. Second "i irlv Ro arms, while opposed by 250,000 William J. Vaughan. The Right 1UU. IB ii?. "...: . Ul,B?.. 'UUU iUI. Schwartz. Julia . Curran.ir Stellar...T T ..- XJl. Hid KUCSl I... .! (t. uu.nuH, jiuiiBuiei ujruii, iujti.1 uvyiv, AW1 D,nls O'Donoghue. Bishop of nmmlBi """" British soldiers, besides the regular1?5 mn Hnrvih IRIlhor A..... SMdnr ' Louisville, V........ .V...,., PRIEST PRAISES SOLDIERS. h.w... ,. t ,n n. o4ki, a.i ijamln, of assisted by Brother Ben- the school faculty, con- auu tuumi Aageiuier s Tnaonh A Purtm n,l ,h,.Mn wn luisacs still many Americans wonder why ferred diplomas on the followinc returned onaiit Friday from Nazareth A ns Mfe Blanche H. TIerney. have Father S. J. Morrison, or Visitation 1M CONCERTS BEST VA'OEVltte Chicago, who as Knights of graduates: Walter Marcus Adams, Academy, Bardstown. Ireland asks for her freedom. returned from a weddine trlD to church, Twer Skvzy TV7CS PAUV chaplain served during Columbus Arthur Gorst Angermeler, Joseph Vfnnin Tn1Ta in1 li "CVief tiH ,tm ten months in France, returned last JMMCING .SWIMMING POOL Daniel Arnult, Louis Andrew Bahr, iiuu Jiira. JWUl XIUKUU. Oil. nuurni' tin i.nnimfii nMmio nt IDLERS. rvin. CAVrjTV mssTmffim,nr, Joseph Edwin Bell. Joseph Byrne Meadowbrook, haVe been enjoying a tj,eir frieniis. marriage was week on the French liner Savoie. deBroecker, Thomas Michael Brown, pleasant visit atxLexinjvtoii HWHCUSSaFCTERIA quietly solomriized on Tuesday morn- Father Morrison's enthusiastic our e3iVKnKi wt uvt It is not as we do nor as we James Reedy Brown, John Thomas BEAVTIFWl scription of his work among 3CrJ ing of would do that we go through the1 Burke, Bernard John Campbell, Ab-- J Mra&WJH Fahey. of An church. last week at St. Cecilia's soldiers bears testimony to months OpEl &ZJJpm "S LOV1SVI Mr and BIG- c EVERY NIGHT' EVERY VW of activity during which he more Every minutes of time wo tnony Francis Connelly, Jonn Julius chorage, hare been visiting 3Ir and world. AtVUtSEftEMT CEHTER allow our high aims and desires to Vune0 Clifford William Doll, James- Jlrs. Ed Buckman at Parkview, Mrs. Carl Smith and family, of frequently worked eighteen hours a EISpringfield, Mo., who came to attend day than he did eight. His greater be pilfered from us and our life's Joseph Duane, Sylvester Francis Miss Marie Maloney wilt leave the graduation of Miss iReglna C. time was devoted to hospital worlc Garvo Arthur alms are set at naught by the Gleason. Philip Andrew early in July to take a course at James at the Immaculate S&Concep-tlo- n at a hase hospital, whero there wero ish demands of the ordinary Idler. Gorman, John Henry Hlldeshelm, Columbia University in New York. Academy, Ferdinand, will ar- more than 13,000 men stationed. 'T fear this is your busy day. I will Joseph Ignatius Hildesheim, Slater rive here next wek to visit Mrs. He is like all other priests who Mrs Ernest Kampfmueller and stay but a moment," and goes on to Leo Holland, Theodore NorbertHub Mrs. Georgo HoerU, Jr., left- Mou-- J Katie James, Miss Nora KHloran, served "with the A. E. (F., iboomlngi buch, Edward Paul Mazzonl. Clarwith praise sol you the time that you so ence Bernard Mohlenkamp, Charles day for OMcago, from wnere Mrs, Miss Teresa Smith and her aunt, dier. Fatherfor the Americanis an fllob from Morrison, who Miss Anne V. Smith. much needed. When the, gossip- Thomas Moran, Joseph Raymond athlete, referred to the Interest Mrs. J. F. Haynes, of Petersburg, ing idlers go, you wonder why they Mullaney. David Shelley (Musselman, Miss Catherine Sohmidt was host- - evincea in spuria Dy ine somiers ana ., her parents, Mr. ,. i7it.i,... . i John Tenn., Is Draiseu me Jtniems oi uoiumous ior have time to throw into tho waste Roman Carl Pfeffer,. Cornelius Will-la- and Mrs. visitingCain, In Peter shower in honor of MUs Marie Stev- - their activities in that direction. The never, have any Pfeiffer, James Patrick Reedy, Walbasket and that they Sylvester RItman, iRobert Tnmcn tiwwanf worn MUaha priest was emphatic In his declara. vnc7r, aim, or worlc does not seem to ter Schaefer, Henry Leo Senn, BerCecilia. Blrkel. Marie Vlllller. Amelia lt'h that the American fighter was Miss Mary Barrett was in Charles-towWhile you. never nard Joseph Vaughan, Marion James bother them. Beyer, Hilda LoewICatio Klarer, Ce responsive to religious influence and week-en- d Ind., to spend this statement aphaving enough time ot study over Walker, John Louis Weyhlng and with her cousin, Mrs. the Marie Logan Bell- cilia Rectemvald, Mary Black, Loretta made it clear that and Protestants plied to Catholics Stevenson, Agnea MurpTny, FRIDAYr JUNE 27, 1919. many points that look to you for ex- Albert Leo Zlmlicb. inger . Schneider, Julia Lachev, Catherine alike. planation, fliere is a lightly flitting SANG FIRST MASS. STEAMER EAST &T. LOUIS. Mrs. II. P. Moran, of Highland Schmidt and Mrfe. U G. Hand. gotslper going about with no 'm. GOOD FOR FORD. Park, was a recent Sunday guest Rev. James Wlllett, wiho was orstealing others good timo and A surprise 'birthday dinner was of Miss Alma Edlln in West Swann's Jazz Orchestra Tickets Fifty Cents We have it on very creditable au- given Mrs. Ancll Ba&ham in lionor of throwing it away as lightly, as care- dained to the Holy Priesthood hy the Most Rev John J. Glennon, D. her birthday anniversary at her Minrltv thni. tho onlv TTonrv Ford, nf Boat Lesves Fourth Street at 8 P. M. souls wero given D at Kenrick Seminary on Saturlessly as if human home on Park boulevard, Highland, Detroit, Mich., and Cork Ireland Mr us for Idleness and loss. day, celebrated his first holy mass loiivo ih.Tnhn M.iimi nnfl famiiv wtli Park. Those present proposes just int vf t.h month tn tmnnA dames E. A. Davis, Mabelwere Mes- - Rpublic begins as soon as the IrH'i In St Rose's church, St. Louis, last STATE POLITICS. Hoiyes, W. to to function Sunday morning. Father Wlllett Is the summer at their cottage at Bay McDaniel, Maggie De Coursey, B. M. make a gift of $5, 000, 000freely tho AMERICAN DOCTRINE. for it a brother of Father Earl Wlllett. ot View, Mich, Jones, Stephen Nemes, George Bar- - purpose of giving it financial St. James ohurohL ithis city. The Tl sms t!i at. anart from his iUlton Sra22jam. K, F. iioran. Mrs. Three (Americans of Irish antece-- young priest has many relatives in vllle, isEllen Lvona. of South Louis- - ' visiting her daughter. Mrs. Jute Basham. Frank Bayi ens and jnnate sense of justice and his de by , Bardstown and vicinity, among them Miles M,ss Alin Philllpps, Tuesday, Wed., Thurs, and Friday dents, Walsh, Dunne and Ryan Burns, sire to help along those who have of the Alice .in1 n Mrs. Johu D.Wlllett, widowwho was Ravenna, Ky. and .Mr, Burns, of "1D made such splendid sacrifices in Its Wlllett. Sr.. . . IMS 1. M. Miss Virginia Lutz, whose wed I behalf, Henry has been very favor. . procure saie ooiluuuw iu '" a brother of his father Howard A The marriage ofjMIs3 Emma ding to Edward Otte will take place 'ably impressed by thd reception ac- t Paris' where they wish wjilett, and Mrs. William Robert' ConfeTeno at fiirli and FrankRl3fev will take the last ot this month, was theionrriort trAhia nntn onrt trnotnr on. to present Ireland's desire for self- - eon, a tSster to his mother place at the ChurcSgor Our Lady guest of honor at a miscellaneous terprise inCork City. The County . VS. ' shower and 500 party, given by Mrs.1 council andUhe city fathers did ev- next Tuesday. TESTIMONIAL r!"-!- been 'Jerome King, Jr., at her home last'orythlng to make his path smooth To them. ducts ujvsuio Kueaia iuviuubu WIPU ifatriCK tt. Bliea, OI ron they prevent misunderstandings in ,htn1, Tho lovo and esteem --TfVERSRAS VISITOR. warn the conference that Ireland Bishop P. J Doriahuo of Wheeling, M, Walter Naber, Delhi Mooro, Reserved and Box Seate at Mar Tvler Biankenbaker at well, by a peace who last month celebrated his will refuse to be bound I.ee Lewis'. Ioarlh and Market JBBOreowora- Clem Eckstein, master meohanlc iellow-- , 'n signed by British delegates ver jubilee, is held by his wihen a citizen's was demonstrated tpSSS? of Kampfmueller via go to Portland. ' Henle. Robert Kessack, E. Steven-- . behalf of Ireland. They contend repreflcntatlve .body of citizens, vote ' and personal influence of ail ,a Ore., to spend ?hte summer with her eon, Jerome King. Sr., John Liitz, aital,1?" "no foreign government" has ciudlng city officials, State jurists, daughter, Mrs. the Democrats in the coming primary. Charles W. Jones, Jerome King. Jr.; Misses Virginia week to visit his Respectfully, tho right to sign for Ireland while Protestant clergymen as well as and Mr. Jones. ,Lutz. Mary King, Hellen Lutz, Cecil ' Morthorst, Margaret A5gel J. P. W. BROUSEt Lutz. delegates are waiting, for the business nnd professional men, Irish wHo Jasbeen To the Democrats nf Kentucky: 809 Fourth Somerset, Ky., June 11, 1919. tho Mnr. Thomas Reardon and daugh-- 1 to present their own sontedam(mg Bishop with gifts of belng ft QTllns Advertisement. ' I am a candidate for the office of case to the conference. flllver tea 8PrTice, on which his lnt- auditor of Public Accounts for the Ireland's relations with England tlals were inscribed. The testimonMACKIN'S MOONLIGHT. State of Kentucky, subject to tho are much the same as those of tho ial, tied in purple and silver ribbon, Mn and Mrs. J. J. Sullivan aid Rev. Father William Derforniinir the torpedoed during the war. action of the Democratic voters at 6, Tho Mackln Social Club will glvo American Colonies were in Hisg Mildred Sullivan left Saturday ceremony. Miss Hildergardo Stoes-tthe primary election to e iheld on thp next ot their series of moonThe British Government is endeav. MAYSVILTiE. huCi EishQp of Wheollng( motor to Nashville, where they Ber- and Miss Antoinette Wolpert August 2, 1919, light excursions on the new steamer i vsiexo the bridesmaids. Albert Linker. oring to force Its will upon a re-By Friends have bean apendin: tha ,wafcK. . My experience for years fully pre East St. f people; Irish insist On" the Occasion of Hltr Silver Jubl ibrlde, and Edward ,. Cimrlnu ntraa fin attOTlrfltl flllV 3 , pares mo Tot the successful dls- - the boat Louis next Friday evening, The j brother of the bolllous to leave the foot of Fourth ."rr.lt.."" k...i. . nLTa0Hio ,. we.jHiiy w upon tihn rloht to Kovern tnem-- i street at "i uJStaated ad elected programme8:30 o'clock. A special As a Token of Their Esteem and Bernard Asman, who have been Tris- - aa greemsmeo. and ttouSiere were the Rev. Tather Louis OHerran. of jazz music is being Wo never ih.vo seen any selves. iting friends in St. Louis for several ltaymond Hamilton and Dan Mur- - who was ordained to the priesthood ,!e Affection, and ! arranged for this affair and lovers good reason or heard of one why As Aff Appreciation of His 'Eminent weeks. returned home Tuesday. We Sormgnco Attar Urf cewanony tiere was at St. Mary's Cathedral in Coving- of dancing can look an Services, to City and Countrr fehay should not be alkrwed. to o jo. ITT"Jfc dutiesTf betolcerltorThenCendf tSt enjoyable evening. ' forwardIsto the "J . ... ii9Kuevu -iouuiy BireuL .. a urwes luareais, Mr, . Wf!- - . . r? This maX me ,.., j W1B3 As Churchman and CIU,aea." uiuuoauu .w1a our forefattiera xefrelled H Ara. .m I? theuvuf time in the pujuc. no ,. , ,f4"1" "u" , Whn flcs-church's ", finest boart. of its kind on the Ohio The donors are representative of past eeveral dys"Jt the Academy of Ham Linker, on MapWfctreet. The river, Club t&Anet Britteh tyranny .,they . coikpW "!""'"" "" to be and Mackln Socialsecuring are in tSe afternoon tory that one ot ts own soas said .. ," Wllliwm. vymj busineg and profes- - the Immaculate CoaeepUon, la Far- - youu x congratualted on . as priest wRhia It a Hoenmi, tne vomrwwm on htatot and te wjMWiing, as well as the dinand, Ind., where n went to at- - for - cjty's government and her onureha, tend the tommnement for a repeated date. pendftuce, whioh oomtalna mf exrcis thedr botMrnwrni v . , ..... either, as long as British censor ship exists'. Ireland has been in a ptato of unrest, yea, even in a state of terror, for many and many a long day, but at the present timo, according to those who have recently been permitted to visit the stricken country, there is more strife, (uneasiness and Industrial discord than the country has known since the outbreak of the world war. The people have long since become weary of British, methods of antagonism and the Inhuman meth ods employed by Government offi? cials to enforce petty laws and or- which has' been so much during the war, Is pothing more or less than the old prlnolplo of our Declaration of Inde pendence that "governments derive their just powers (from the con sent of the governed." If the principle is true England has no Just powers over Ireland except by n Snapshot of Col. Petty's Keystone Police Band, of which much has been heard- - (from the press bureau). One star performer, the jews-har- p artist, is missing, being busy outside laundering his celluloid collar. Cccxett . JJ I 84 o- - I i. 3 Porch n ,"Jt?: minc peo-pl- I fc 1 CS SO0IE V. i i y , I Furnish and fifty-fift- TV , rest-wt- C iJJi ,.,,:.. .,.. ..- T Wtr Htinn fn 1-- """"" IU1-. Thr mmm THEPAfclc., r " self-jEavist- on MACKIN COUNCIL - m ...i.. Y. M. I. n, Moonlight Excursion , ""' tiT ". sta-Iitll- K. BASEBALL COLUMBUS mSIk9&. t 1 ? 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WHAT IS LEIT OF THE IMPERIAL GEIIMAN UMPIRE IN EUIIOPEPK 13 SHOWN BLACK, WHILE THE TERRITORY CUT AWAY UNDER THE PE ACE TREATY 'll.M HSBeaaaaaeaaeaaa Ho tan Phona 2SBU i' AaBaBBavaaaW- THE - HOLY SEE - Moral Inlluenco of lho l'opo Essentlnl Fiictor In Pnrt In Ilccoiicilintlon. aBaBaBaBaBaUBaBaaeaBaBaBaBBY jHHHjjHelBBBaBaBaBaBaBaBff HHH HHHBi Pnpnl Participation in Light Diplomatic Usage and Established Custom. of JR. SOUTH WENZEL ST. The Catholic press of the country FIUMBDra AND GAS FTrnNQ Of Harrodsburg, Mercer County, For hsw frequently emphasized the fact Botii Phonos 4202 712 West Jefferson Street that the representatives of the pow. LoHlsrllle, Ky. era taking part In the Peace Con; ference could do nothing better than "SOUTHERN STAB" Homo Phone Shawnee 80S to arcord to the Holy See tho same rights they have granted to the secSLICED BACON HBNRY OSS ular powers. As a matter of fact, the RooflBg, Guttering, gpoBtla give them a job. For the job "All Ready for Your Griddle la the diplomats could have made exSo Morning" Tin Roofs Repaired and Palate they've had cellent use of the strong moral InHAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE man's-slzefluence exerted by the Vicegerent of job. And the Asphalt Shingles a Specialty Was a LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. youngest lad Christ, regardless of whether they 2011 W. Broadway, LonlsrlUe, Ky. Incorporate a desired to discuss or to Ignore tho That knew the horrors the strug. question of the Papal States' and the gle, the stench, GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. temporal power. The powers could The wounds and death of fields and DEAD ANIMALS Incorporated. indeed have Invited the Holy See to trench CASH PRIOE8 PAH) participation in the labor of estabA. Lazar, Manager Is a boy no more. He must hence- HIGHEST lishing a League of Nations without forth plnn Call Home Phone City 721; Money Advanced oh Your Plata Note offending against international cusAnd look on life with the eyes of 312 West Jefferson Street' Cumb. Phone Main 721. tom and diplomatic usage. This is man, a (Second Floor) by fire, and found to be true, evident from the history of internaTried LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Home Phone City 2967. congresses and conferences tional And he's not begging from me or a consideration which makes it all from you. NATIONAL HATTERS the more regrettable that the InvitaNo, they're not looking for easy HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Home Phone City 1931 . tion has not been issued. snap3, TOM TOLAKJS, Prop. solThe manner in which the Holy These straight and the All Kinds of Footwear For 890 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. See would, if conditions inado pardier chaps, Whole Family Suits Pressed While You Walt. ticipation possible, in the But they, over tliere, have given tho Hats Cleaaed and Blocked WWi League of Nations, and tho limitaTwo HAMBLY'S Stores best You Walt. Soldiers' Uniform aad tions of Papal Influence in the con. Influences. That their lives were worth, that Shaw. 1716 Hats a Specialty. Work Called iVr 20th and Portland. Endorsed by leading Men and Newspapers of Keatucky ferencea of the representatives of the Thus far wo have followed Dr. possessed, their souls City 7164 and Delivered. Our Motto: "Serrlee, various nations, are laid down in a Gruber. The statement would not be And now that the cheers and the 18th and Magazine Attention and Quality." complete without adding that the songs die out, remarkable treatise on "Internation al State Congresses and Confer- task of mediation also should be en- Don't leavo them looking and loaf- PEOPLE'S PXOVZOXXT AMCXATZ3I THE SIGN OF QUALITY ences," a study In international law trusted to the Pope, and to him pri ing about. Incorporated SlgblM 7418 and diplomatic usage, which, accord- marily. Naturally nothing is ex. You liked the way that the work ji OHUmu by Was East 180 ing to European newspapers, will bo pected in this connection except the was done, to . read with the greatest Interest In discharge of his honorary duties. Of putting the Rhino between you KENTUCKY AX J. diplomatic circles, and in fact wher- At the same time, however, tho LAUNDRY and the Hun? ever the new regulation of interna- services of the Roman church In the Then take tho fellows" who turned Other On fsraltura OO. Property at tional law is being discussed. The Interest of social reforms and of the that trick, Incorporated author of the treatise is a young silent furtherance of the cause by Who ended the war and ended It LOWEST BJLTSI 014-6- 2 savant of Budapest, Dr. Richard the means at her disposal would quick, COLEMAN BUILDING Oruber, who has set himself the task finally be recognlzod and appreciat And give them, leatherneck, dough- S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn of analyzing the practice of con ed. The Justification of Papal parboy and gob, Both Phones 2886 Manager gresses and conferences, on the basis ticipation in certain diplomatic un- Your last best gift In tho shape of a of authentic records and documents, dertakings must bo investigated not Job! Medley Hetii and Restaurant JNO. P. MORTON & CO. and to thus reduce the practice to a only from the formally theoretical denis a. McCarthy. In set of laws, and to elucidate It. The or the narrow practical viewpoint, jififtnr , , fit, inn.1 Christreatise affords the theoretical as but rather from the angle of INCORPORATED PULPITS PROCLTAM THRIFT. Shell Rim IJWIl Right Services flTttll well as practical man a means of tian culture, now obtaining tor some Right Prices Mountings quickly informing himself on the. twenty centuries a culturo which Batabliahed 1820. LoB!aTllIa,Ky. From every pulpit of whatever de usage and rulings of diplomatic and this should bo frankly admitted nomination in Missouri, Arkansas Day and Night gatherings. OFFIGB OUTFITTBBg has formed tho first foundation Concerning tho participation of for all social progress and improve- and Kentucky, and every other State 620 WEST MARKET ST. STATIONERS Our PRIWTBRB Curve Lenses give clear, sharp vision at any angle in the United States, will be read Thpv alnn nor. the Holy Seo In the League of Na- ment. Without distortion. congregation nilt mountings to be set close to the face beyond angle Tho suggestions offered by Dr. a message to each tions the author aays: "In conferfrom Carter Glass. Secretary of Both Phones 2406 of usual vision but still allow ample room for ences for the establishment of peace Gruber have not been followed .11 States:; llinillgt 0 0. the Pope should have an advisory Just .as the Holy See .was excluded tho Treasury of the Unitedomciaiiy voice, such advisory service to bo from in the peace ef. Sunday, June 22, has been MMnfflMT Adolph ReatllBger tfoll IfM mnniings rduce breakage by allowing use of lenses unrestricted, except insofar as not to fort3, so the Pope is apparently to designated iaa Thrift Sunday, and without screwholea. They also absorb disDirector of the Harold BUILDER tressing highlight reflections from the edges of lenses. Interfere with the fashioning of the be excluded from the work of erect- Savings Braddock, of tho Treasury INSURANCE Division Because of the shell temples, they fit snugly and comofficial resolutions of the conference. ing the structure of a, League of TORNADO, LIABILITY AND fortably over the ears and keep lenses In perfect ad24S1 MONTGOMERY STRBBT There is not the slightest reason Nations. Therefore the Central Bu- Department, has written a letter to PLATE GLASS justment. why such an advisory voice should reau declared, In a statement pre- each pastor In tho entire nation, Borne Phone Shawnee 1010 123 SOUTH TH2RO &FRBBT b his opinion. pared iby it and letter embodied in requesting them to lay before the A pair of Lenses with any desired onj him, g a pA which In such cases would .bo ex the resolutions 6f tho Catholic members of their congregations the souHiing in siock, case and com personal and patriotic reasons for SOUTH SAVINGS LOUISVILLH COBipIctO pressed through a representative, Union of Missouri: FRANK A. OHLMANN M.OU perpetuating tho lessons AND DEPOSIT BANK could not but be of service to .all' tho "We do not marvel at the diffi- saving, wise spending and of sane Slightly carved leases with any Kryptok Bifocal Leases for Bear safe inpowers of the civilized world. Inso- culty experienced by statesmen and Fourth and Central Avenge desired mounting 1b stock, case and far vision; any HiountJsg la 809 Bast Fmaklla Street Amerlcai pubfar aH the voice of tho Papacy will diplomats In bringing peace back to vestment, which the the stock, case and cord and cord cow- An r lic learned through o AA Three Per Cent. Paid on Savin gi be sounded only in the interest of the world. The foundation of the imposed by the war. Responses to Deposits. plete pu 0U complete t pOallU A General Banking Busi GROCERrBS ANDFRBSS MBATS harmonizing hostile factors, (by pav- structure which they strive to erect request have been general. ness Transacted. '" Cumb. Mala 967-ing the way to mutual understand. Is purely human' wisdom, and its this Ministers Of tho gospel were brought ing and reconciliation, the Holy See corner-ston- e humanism, Tho vice- into closer touch with their K. PFEBETTER exercises a function traditionally its gerent of Jesus Christ, tho meek was ever postho war own, and which represents one of shepherd and father of all the peo sible before, and than leadership is M. FLORIST their the principal purposes of the mis ples-- of the earth, was not invited to more potent today than ever. 421 South Thirty-eight- h Street WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST sion of the 'Papacy as the temporal devote his energies to the perfection Tho subject of thrift ia 60 vital representative of the Deity. of the undertaking. The spirit of and Ito ramifications eo far reaching Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral afc "J in 'In a legal sense it is understood evlh diligently' at work everywhere that a sermon based on it is bound Works. 808 West Mate Street of tho at present. Is. seeking to isolate the to anneal to each hearer. The war Phone Shawnee 550-that, once the Louteville, Ky. Holy See in any congress is con- Pope, to win the eop!es of the made the people of the entire world sented to I practice among tho na- world away from him, He shall not realize that (thrift is the cornerstone Highland 1033 For Rent, Sale or tions, it would no longer be within share In the fame of having erected of the nation and that by practicing JOHN B. WATHEN tho power of any .individual nation a League of Nations. He whom God it amything Is possible. Tho GovernExchange. JOS. V. SPANDXGBR FURNITURE MOVJBR aad PAOKBR to preveat Papal participation in has called to be the foundation.stone ment is paying a tribute to thrift WAGON OR VAN diplomatic deliberations, as has been of His Church and the arbiter of by establishing war savings organi- GROCERY AND SALOON, FJNK $5,85 AND TJP the case heretofore. One can readily Hii mercies as well as His judg- zations In each Federal Reserve disWINES, LIQUORS, CKJAKS seas West Wakwt Street perceive that In many cases the ments!" C. B. of C. V. trict, with organizations In each PICNIC PASTIES A SPECIALTY 879 Baxter AveHe Pope, by virtue of his position, State, dtr and county, and with INCORPORATED jLbbbv Home Phone Shawnee 188C Influence to the MERRY PARTY. could have used his millions of war savings societies, in Both. PhMM 13S 333 W, Mai Street end that the nations might base factories, stores, churches, lodges Miss Emma 'Mae Garvey and Miss and societies everywhere their relations on a foundation of 5JHaVE the consciousness of the solidarity Teas Garvey entertained on ThursTtie pastors have been furnished Botk Beta race, which would day evening of last' week, with a material, gathered by Governmental of the human flWRH VaasM serve to eliminate hatred. Injustice happy party at their home ou West agacles, that they will bo able to Leave Yettr JMBWaUBaJai comparisons and Tiro following were use ia drawing The Broadway. and materialistic egotism. UTUSKNSWfe Misses Marie Ledweg, preeoating ifacts showing the need of would be done in the setie of tht) present: thought of Cardinal Jtampolla, who Florence Schmltt, Anna Lehan, Mary national thrift. Savings U. 5. Government Protection. Local and lonr distance tnovlnir with For motor vans. Furniture, cckinr and wrote at the time of the calj to the Louise Lehan, Emma Left, 3MaryLe shipping-All work vuaruilFiul- - Gi. WaaaM aUa conference at the Hague: "It Pfelffer, Verba McClellaa, Tewi Gar KNIGHTS BUY CHURCH umaies cheerfully furnished free of Mor than 35.000 Basic Aeoeuati, TeyrnsenMng 100,000 people with a total ifirstessential that Christian justice vey, Emma Mae Garvey; MeMn. ctMrxe. Uttik aaUWM depoftit f mora than Jtio.ooo.ooo, it tb mooumeDt of ooBidoe bailt by tb Knlajbts of A. AJUTMbB conl to 1m recognised to the widest Bernard Curry, Roy HfcClelUnt Karl at INM i rvaMT mi !! bak. people of LMbvilte at this TweMty-Ptpossible extent In the world. It it Neff. Jullua Left. Kenneth Miner. Iowa, have purchased the avotxow a wraiuuia e. a Hear Beer! d ohureh building and will llnwottVble for th wortd to enter Al Sohan, Vincent Bundaehu, (Iaeerprt4) 1 512 S. Sacoad St, a chtb houae. BIG CLOCK 4M Watt Mate MARKET AT SECOND J upon an era of tru peace vri thou t ward Held and Garland RatblV a for ia x UNDER THE (5 008-C1- 0 P. J. NOEL Not the Slightest Henson Why Holy leather Should Be Denied Voice. FUNCTION TRADITIONALLY OWN Governor of Kentucky DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Assures the People of Our State a Business Administration, by a Business Man. mnllflllnn nt TalH fe.lat " Tl? such work of mediation, however, tho moral, entirely unpolitical Influence of the Popo, separated from all ecclesiastical tendencies, would hnve to be brought to bear on the situation. If one considers the services of tho Papacy during many centuries in the interest of tho peace movement, and weighs the over Increasing influence of the Catholic Church, one can not fall to wish that the Pope may henceforth cooperate to the greatest possible degree in the perfection of International organization. In following Dr. Gruber's views and conclusions tho reader will have to bear in mind that his book was written shortly 'before the end of the war. His argument is not af. fected, however, by the occasional uso of tho future tense. The author continues: Throughout the war the Vatican has given satisfactory proof that it has honestly endeavored to maintain Its position above all party lines. The question as to whether at the coming the dlplomatrc congress should extend an Invitation to the Pope, or if they have an Interest in his participation in the conference, is merely a part of the problem of the participation of noncombatant nations In fact, of all neutrals. If should be added that If neutrals are to participate in the Peace Conference at the close of the present European war then the Pope should also be permitted to take part. The equitable application of th& principle does not exclude any neutral, whether such power be a sovereign state or a sprltual government with the attributes of sovereignty. Just as the equalization of contracts can be materially advanced through the of neutral powers, so tho concessions possible between the various parties could surely .be more readily consummated if His Holineas would speak in the name of Christian charity and international Justice. And his voice would not be raised in vain. Tho spiritual power of the Pope can be exercised Impartially for the benefit of all nations only if the Pope can exercise his exalted office independently of alt secular peace-makera OIVK THEM A JOB. (Dedicated to Knights of Columbus Employment Service.) We've given .them flowers, we've given them cheers. Smilos mo3t joyous and tenderest tears. We've welcomed them back with glitter and show, Voices thrilling and eyes aglow. ' We've called them heroes; they'vo grinned at that, Blushing a bit 'noath the old tin hat, Ab, day after day, we've swelled tho strain Of pride for valor and pity for pain. And who will wonder they found it After their labor such love to meet? But now that's past. Are you proud of them still? Then find them a place that a man may All. This hero stuff Is going to last. Tho war is over; tho past Is past. And here they stand In our crowded Asking for neither our pity nor praise. neither now, JTefoes nor With medaled breast and laureled brow, But men just men. And they seek a place In the daily toil and the daily race. Just this no more. Neither cheer nor sob, But the chanco at living that goes with a job! deml-god- s. JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES & Louis A. Broring, WO-o- oi D. D. S. DENTI5T STARKS BUILDING. JOHN U. 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"SEE US." Liberty Electric and Repair Company ter) PORTENTOUS Funeral Director BOTH and Embalmcrj Tho United States Senate Declara tion for tho Freedom of PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. M"H' i ) - W - MH"l"I"M"M",H"', " DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlTii i tered the war that democracy might not perish, that we' stood for the freedom and Independence of the Ireland small oppressed nations. When the acid test came in the drawing up of g tho covenant of tho League of Nations and It became evident that Will the Just and Righteous Claims Ireland's case was to be shelved when all others weren accorded a of Erin Longer Remain hearing, we would have been false and recreant to our cause did we not Unheard? make our voice heard through our treaty-makin- pendence and Constitution themselves, would mean nothing more than a "scrap of paper" If we had remained silent in the face of such .We pinned our faith condition?. to our President when ho said no definitely and solemnly that wo en- MASONIC TRD3UTE. g Asking 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I! ;; Thirteen Original Colonies Demanded In 1776. Only AVliat U10 Funeral Directors and Embalmersi BOTH PHONBJS. Cumb. 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STARX, Only USE US STARK'S NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIR SHOP 2nsssssssiMi MLJi.Mmm 1 1 Z special and prompt atwork. tention to 645 SOOTX POUBTK AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. Homo Phone. City 231 Main 1288-- x Phone, YVe TRY US give out-of-to- tTrurtorritTUATiuii nu riuuT' nfMttnj4 1 Be ft I Cumb. DoYouWanttoSellorBuy Ruver for your ProDrty of We have of every any Pri re and eUies 8tat. s They work like a charm. Everyl.box sold to satisfy or your moneylrefunded. For(Salc by Your Druggist in 25-ce- nt ate's action, which it predicts por. tends much for Iroland: On Friday last tho Senate of these United States of Amorica, by the overwhelming vote of 60 to 1. declared for tho freedom and inde pendence of Ireland, by the adop tion of Senator Borah's resolution requesting the American Commis sion to the Peace Conference In Paris to secure a hearing before that august body for .the accredited representatives elected hy the Irish people. The Senate also went on record in the passage of the further resolution, expressing the sympathy of the people of the United States with the people of Ireland In the hopes and aspirations of the latter for freedom and Independence. The voice of the Senate of the United States ia the voice of the people of this great American Republic. Everywhere throughout the Union, fo'r months past, since It became evident that the just and righteous claims" of Ireland alone were to remain unheard before the conference, and that a .treaty of peace, which is part and parcel of the proposed covenant of the League of Nations, was to bo signed, which would Ignore altogether the rights and demands of this oldest civilized nation, and compel her to remain forever a vassal to a country whose yoke she despises and which she has striven to throw off for seven hundred years, the great heart of the people of America, Irrespective of creed, went out to tho brave people of Ireland, and recalling our own heroic struggle for freedom In the great revolutionary war 01 jlvu, mass meetings were held In all the principal cities of the Union, and the demand went up In no uncertain tones that the cause for which America entered the world war, the freedom and Independence of the small oppressed nations of the earth, was the cause of Ireland, too, and that tho principle so stressed by Mr. Wilson in his- - fourteen points, "that no nation should suffer under tho hand of oppression, but that all should bo given a Voice in their own should apply to people of Ireland the as well as to other downtrodden and oppressed peoples of the earth. The action of the United States Senate portends much for the cause of Ireland, for tho Senate is the g body of our National Tho sympathy Government. with tho Irish struggle for freedom and Independence means that Ireland's cause must be heard and Independence granted; the request to the American delegation to the Peace Conference, coming from such an august ibody as the Senate, Is the voice or our people, speaking through their direct Tepresentatlves. The American delegation must hearken to- this voice; President. Wilson must listen. The Commission and the President are the serv. ants of the people. In America the voice of the peoplo is the voice of long-sufferi- Star comments on tho Ireland is only asking today what we as the "Thirteen Original Colonies" demanded when In our Declara. tlon of Independence In 1776 we affirmed our right and Integrity to sovereignty and Independence. Ireland Is only a'sklng what the rest of the world Is asking and obtaining today, tho right of democracy, the privilege to work out her own destinies in freedom and independence. Her case today is precisely what the cause of America was ono hundred e years ago. Her plea and Is Identical. Therefore do we answer her call. Can the Peace Conference presume to .Ignore it? Can that conference, which looks tothl3 young giant republic of the west as its sustaining power in the proposed covenant of the League of Nations and the carrying out of a treaty ot peace, presume to Ignore the voice of the United States Senate, which body tho American peoplo have veBted with tho power to sign or reject both treaty and covenant? forty-thre- body. treaty-makin- ed - God. packages. , Business. Farm. Mine any kind or descrlp-?te- n Businesses and Knter-wfcHkind Kor Sale In ai- Phone Shawnee 42. of Kentucky. Indiana . if Waat To any or 8U Ye AmeMonior Private Sale . at L aWwaww XXOXAXX aeel AwetUseer a I.OUISVIIAJB Home Phone, XTiBXIB. Mt er Write or 011 Wfo , Ml-T- " TRUST, Bt,TXI. Are Motor Doctors,' Skilled Experts Are Ready to Serve Yon. Full line of Tlrea, Tubes and Tires and Tubes Vulcan-iaeBatteries charged and repaired. PORTLAND AUTO 77 N. TwMir-WKt- AUTO OWNERS d. """ City 61 I KBPAK k CO., 0et Si. The people and Senate of the United States could not do other wise than they have done. The battle that Ireland ia fighting today Is the same battle that we, a poor, helpless, struggling people, fought In 1776. Senate and people would have been false to their truest and highest ideals did we sit supinely by and not lift- our voice against' the colossal injustice that would ibe perpetrated for all time against Ireland should her cause Ibe ignored by the Peace Conference and her cry for freedom stifled by a court of justice of which we as a nation are powerful members. The pledge of America" in entering this war, 4he "fourteen points" laid dowa by our President as conditions for peace, aye, oar 01m very Declaration of Ind' - donations promised from them all. The Dairy Lunch Committee has organized along business lines, holding weekly meetings. The novelty booth will have a graphophone as a "headllner," which .will do the "talking" for It at tho picnic. Mrs. E. J. O'Brien has contributed $10 towards tho purchase of a doll which will be dressed In white, with veil and orange blossoms. Donations of cent prize boxe3 ten and twenty-fiv- e and dolls are requested. The Button Committee announced receipts as follows last Sunday: St. John's St. $19.78. Sacred Heart $14.49, Mary Magdalene $40, St. Cecilia $40. In the neighborhood of $650 has been turned In by this committee. Victory bond cards are In tho hands of practically every English speaking congregation and are 'being disposed of to tho satisfaction of all. Parcels for the picnic may be left at the following places: J. B. Stickler & Sons, Walnut between Sixth and Seventh; Kogers Church Goods Co., Fourth, near Market; S. M. Jlatfo & Co., Market near Fifth; John L. Gruber, Twenty.elghth and St. Xavler; George J. Butler, Twenty-first and Portland; J. T. Miller, 940 East Fehr; J. O. Kirchdorfer, Baxter and Christy; Morlarty Bros., Kev. John Sixth and Kentucky; O'Connor, rectory, Fourth and O. The Candy Wheel Committee readditional ported the following workers: Messrs. Thos. J. Sullivan, Otto J. Rossfeld, John Hallahan, Geo. Allen, John Robinson, Fred Beuchel, Harry Rabenecker; Misses Kather-In- e McAughn, Mary L. Rush, Jean Smith, Theresa Gerlach, Marietta DeVoto, Phllom'ena DeVoto, Lillian Herre, Annie GImble. The Big Wheel Committee Is as B. J. Campbell, Jr., John follows: Morlarty, W. B. Campbell, L. N. Kassenbrock, John M. Scharfenber-ge- r, C. J. Scharfenborger, John Deuttllnger, Antony Gerst, Geo. Berry. Chas. Meagher, Joo Deeken, John H. O'Reilly, L. O. Gray, Tom Scully, Wm. Probst. Button committee: Misses .Eliza beth Stickler, Florence Frank, Nell Baker, Catherine Stickler, Louise Bartlett, Nellie Sohan, Nora Nohal-tAugusta Hollenkamp, Ella Downy, .Elizabeth Schneiders, Nora Peak, E. Oftutt, Alberta Wrocklage, (Marie Smith, Lorena Welsenberg, Henrietta Frank, Genovleve Dowllng, Mrs. J. A. Hoerter.' y, ORPHANS' PIONIC. Only two or three congregations were without representation at the meeting Monday evening of workers for the orphans' picnic. Nearly 200 people were present, full of hope and encouragement, and determined to leave nothing undone to make the coming picnic the most successful of all the successful picnics given for the orphanages. Many donations were reported. All the furniture dealers had boon seen and Following is a letter of interest written by a member of the Masonic order from Munderllttgen, Germany, to W. H. McDonald, editor of the Masonic Home Journal, this city, and tho editor's comment: Dear Brother No doubt you little thought that, while you were writing that letter to the new editor of the Advocate, its contents would be perused by your old friends on the banks of the Rhine, and the S. O. S. you generally hand out on these occasions would be enjoyed to the fullest degree. Your graphic description of the scene around old Barbourvlllo makes us fellows over hero feel more that we are S. O. L. than ever when your mind wanders along, painting such vivid pictures of our former haunts; still, w realize that we are only lifeless corks on the sea of life, tossed hither and thither on the wave crests of passion and driven on toy tho trade winds of chance. The mental facilities you possess, combined with your vocabulary and Irish witticisms, place us unlucky devils at a disadvantage when we think of writing home to display or letters, some of our writings which will not stand out nent as yours, Caesar's et al. I have been lucky enough to have received two numbers of the Ma sonic Homo Journal since Its des tiny has been entrusted In your hands as editor, which I read with much pleasure, and and allow mo to congratulate you on your endeavors to build It up, as well as Masonry, In the grand old State of Kentucky. Take a little advice from one of your old friends and leave Its sheets clean from Catholicism and abuse toward the Knights of Columbus, for the Masons in the A. E. F. are going to return to our native heath and kin with a better feeling for them for the great work they have carried on over here without the press agents that some of the other welfare societies have hen Dies3ea with back In the States, and also with the horn of plenty turned up side down. Please don't think I am trying to criticise, for you know I have tried to 'be a good Mason and my religion Is tho opposite to theirs. We are now doing what Pxesident wait Wilson onco did. "patiently ing" for the day to show up when the peace conference will divulge its secrets and display the pact with the signatures of the German delegates attached thereto, when we will move move In a swarm toward the land of tho setting sun, to renew our old friendships and family ties, which I hope will never again be severed as they have b?en during this cruel war. Will save all my war stories to relate In person, as I will not have to be so conservative then as now, for this Is now a paper war, and I will be thrifty and save" paper, as you, I and the others during tho future are going to have to pay for the prestige our moble country has bought over here. I hesitate in airing my personal views toward tho and "Square "Froes." British Heads." I will enlighten you when I see you again. Extend my best regards to tsister Mac, and keep a share for your own good self. Youra in v. 4s a. m.p pre-em- l. Our Motto: Prompt Ssrvlce, BetWork, Satisfied Customers. Bring us your last year's Stra- wPhone City 2700 let us shape It into this year's latest 745 S. Sixth St. Louisville, Ky. mode. We are In a position to do tho best of work at reasonable prices. Cleaning, dying, reblocklng ot Ladles' Hats In the latest styles. 51G 'As LADIES! Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY. 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CIS3ELL Slinwnt. 16M-- J. riPB MBiK NOW .TOR IS THE TIME HAT Hat Cleaning and ing our specialty. STRAW CLEANING. Avoid tho rush sulting us now. by con Panama Block- If You Are an Employer And Need a Girl Worker, OR KATIONAI. HAT CLEANING WORKS Albert Smith, Prop. 6S3 WEST MARKET STREET Homo Phone, City 6161 If You Are a Girl gain 3359 Worker City 3359 And Need a Position rRiivK: CALL US also Army of Occupation, CHAS. O. ULiAUK.. Ambulance Company, 1'54, 7th Corps Sn. Tn A. P. O. 792. fThls eood brother Is a live wire In his home lodge, and was cashier of Hamilton National Bank when called to the colors. He has given Jtepf o n sw Women's Activities, National Catholic War Council 057 South Fourth St. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. his time and endured many hardships for 'his country and Its cause. We look forward to tho day when we shall greet him. Editor.) FOR WOMAN'S EYE. TJior nm all aorta and conditions of lingerie frocks. Ribbons form en imnortant part of the eummerish frocks. Flowered vollo and white organdy combined, make stylish and seasonable frock. There Is a yellow taffeta frock made for the woman who has Spanish.' feathers. t The world ihtes now turned , Its attention to Spalnsh apparel la significant and minor forms. The skirt with the farthingale, the wide hem. tho tight bodice, the puffed sleeves, are all Ihere. Scarf effects are endlessly employed as attaohmenta to the dress and as extras that add to the grace and 'beantv of one's costume. Hats with polled trimmings are worn everywnero, aau iruspiuu brims and crowns are the usual modWh thine for dress occasions. otntnnrT banrikarQlitafs linens aro a choice this siummer ana snow white attenuating with almost any flowery tint. These linen frocks are frequently trimmed with ruffles ot n ' organdy. OLD HAN HARRIS Editor, has mado scores ot hla readers from 50 per cent, to 500 per cent, on investments, who novo followed hla "tips" on what to buy Repaired By Factory Exports and when to sell, in oil and mining He knows Brushes for all makes of starting stocks, during past year. game. "Who's Who" in tho oil All and lighting systems. All work Information strictly confidential. guaranteed ono year. Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal $2. (Free with Elect. Sirvict Co. subscription a beautiful each new Automotive map of Kentucky oil fields an arttot's idea 548 South Third Street ot an airplane view of the State, Phone City 1833. worth ?5; 14x22 Inches.) Wrlto for free sample copy 16 pages, sua wtl) illustrated, 2 your er 4etta tfet xmr mm. srijw building, Louisville, Ky. MAGNETOS STARTERS GENERATORS 411-41- Inter-Souther- n ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE 113 W. Sroftftwfty, SoHlavlU, Xy. Conduoted by ttoe Xaverlta Brother Classical, Sclentlfio and Business Courses. Preparatory Department, Lorn Swimming; Pool, Well Equipped Gyxnna. MEN'S BLACK OR TAN sium. . xermi mooerata. Sra. Benjamin, "Hr. W0RKSH0ES $3.50 to. $600 These shoes are world betters they look well and they stsad the bang's or service. Thty are designed aad built for servloe and they reader that service. tolic delegate to the United States, left Washington last week for New York to sail Saturday for Italy for a conference with Pope Benedict. The Arohblshop expects to be absent from tba United States ' about four months. ,., , J GOBS TO ROME. Arohblshop John Bonzano, apos- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORf ON BUILDING , N. W.Ckkt FMrti u4 JtffcriM - SPALDJNG SHOE CO. xwxTBwrrx avs hums Out of the District High-Bent yaw aTwruiM j p JKEODXJOICY IRISH AMBRiOAK, KEYSTONE (Continued from Page 1.) PLAYTIME HAS COME! PREPARE the children now to enjey vacation. every minute of Come to our children's store and get the-summ- the proper footwear. SANDALS, TENNIS AND PLAY SHOES SI. 00 TO (MAIN FLOOR BALCONY) $300 J&esJMSfoem Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFPIN, Presideat. LOUISVILLE, KY. d, , not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of the very highest rank? U Why CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independent permanent income, address the Home Office of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY FINE DIVISION 8. GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. Portland. .President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John 18S0 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-ha1818-182- First and third Fridays, Hibernian Home, 0 Brod-erlc- k, n. Sentinel Thomas Noone. DIVISION 4. Meets second end fourth Mondays, Silk Shirts cleaned never lose their newness. One trial will conWhen Swiss D. Meany. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President John J. Barry. Vice President 'Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s J. Con- nelly. Patrick Sentinel M. J. McDermott. vince you. TERRIBLE CONDITIONS. A Red Cross physician in Serbia says: "American Tallroad men aro sorely needed here. Near 'East railroads are jokes. They run on no schedule. They take from twenty to forty hours to go a hundred miles. They stop for half hours at every water tank town for no apparent reason. From one end of Serbia to the other the bridges are wrecked. They are being repaired in the Near East manner, as if time mattered nothing and one rail spiked down constituted a good day's work. The roads over which we are trying to get our automobiles, filled with Red Cross supplies for tho underfed of Central Serbia, are quite impassible. From Salonlca to Bel grade tho roads are lined with tens of thousands of skeletons and rotting carcasses of animals. Soldiers' graves, thinly screened with earth, skirt the highways. No wonder there aro dozens of cases of typhus In every city in Serbia," CAUSES DRUG HA.BJT. Official evidence that the drug habit has been increasing thoughout the United States is furnished by tho report of a special committee of lnvetlgatlon appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury In March, 1918.. The report reveals that from ten to' sixty times as much opium Is consumed in the United States as lu any other country from which reliable records are obtainable. The committee rofers to tho widely prevalent opinion that tho increase in the drug habit is largely due to the spread of prohibition, and that the number of addicts will be extended prohibition goes when nation-wid- e Irto effect. "This opinion," says tho "apparently committee, receives some support from investigations made In some of the Southern States where prohibition has been in effect for some years. It has been noted that in these States the sales of narcotic drugs and cocaine, and especially tho sale of preparations exempt under section 6 of the Harrison act, such as Bateman's drop?, Godfrey's cordial and paregoric, have greatly increased during this period." There are many sober and abstemious men who sincerely believe that the exemption of beer from the coming constitutional ban would have worked for moderation and temperance in drinking, and that the attempt to enforce a sweeping, bone-dr- y measure of n-wide prohibition will have a contrary effect. natior 1 SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. have the largest inde- rord Bepalr Shop In lo city. oar modern lacmuei mna killed lervlco at reasonable COSE. i GET OUK PRICES "Any Make Car Towed In" We FORDS REPAIRED DUGAN Shop 1S1B I their crimes, not even the police who receive tho bulletins can tell what these men aro wanted for. The reporters of the five dally papers only get what the Chlof's offlco give mBk9 km IHMEtf&v out and aro barred from entrance Into the private sanctum, yet passers-by one night this past week were Ms JIHrSflfliHfer m astonished to see and hoar a negro Jazz baud performing In that offlco. rrne proioguo to tnis weeirs aaiiy performances was staged at Third and Market when Carl Eetridgo. a former Louisville man was beaten up by two policemen, his arm BiHiK. lsflK 3sV 3&&EESmL.2M HBiBv broken, his scalp cut and bruised, his mouth cut and both eyea blacked, and arrested for drunkenness, although fie testified he hadn't taken a drink In fourteen years. He was fined "".10 Jn tho Police Court. Some people think the police slugged him thinking he was In the neighborhood looking for a site for a pool room and soft drink stand, which would be a competitor of the favorite administration "reform" One of the slugIn that territory. ging policemen shot to death Roy Samuels, a Democrat, who conducted a placo on that street recently. The merchants in that neighborhood ought to feel flattereu over Prosecutor Lucas' question of the prisoner when he asked if he didn't TO FLY. NEVER TOO OLD was In a bad neighboryears ago, Mrs. Mortimer Annltage, of know he was In a bad neighborAlthough born eighty-flv- e hood. He most enthusiastic flying foil, accompanied hy her son, Dr. hood all right from the standpoint London, ia a Armltage, who Is overflfty years of age. of competition for the "reform" The next police reel was THREE FAIR GRADUATES. ST. HELENA'S CLUB. the arrest of a negro woman by Detective Mulligan, and the local colTuesday morning the closing of ored newspaper, the Leader, charges At the last regular meeting of St Club, almost the school year at St. Catherine's that Mulligan was soused and tore Helena's fifM mpmhoTw wirs rtresent. The Academy of the Sisters of Mercy, on tile clothes off the colored woman, business meeting was replete with; East Broadway, took place. There his acts to be Investigated by the ex Organization. Protection Interest and activity, the two cap- were no formal commencement sol- Colored The colored paper also charges that tains of the membership drive re- orcises, but the closing was a porting a membership of more than emn mass of thanksgiving that the Mulligan arrested T. H. Graham, a Following the business ses- school year had been so successful. witness for the. woman for daring to 800. sion, the Kev. Regis Barrett enter- The mass was celebrated in the testify against him, tho arrest taking tained the assembly with forty min- chapel and all the pupils were pres- placo in th court room. utes of a most enjoyable and inter- ent. Before tho mass the three The next reel was a little differesting talk, seasoned with salutary graduates wore presented with their ent, the Keystoner confining his by Father Alphonsus beating to beating It while his shoes advice. Two excellent numbers In diplomas expression and a short musical pro- Krulp, C. P., rector of Sacred Heart were good. Tuesday a negro riot gramme concluded an evening's en- Retreat. Father Xavler Sutton gave was staged at Brook and Green, tertainment that will bo long re- the graduates a happy little talk. with beer bottles flying and, pistols membered and spoken of with much Among the other clergymen present and "razzers" cutting an Important motorman ran pleasure. The next aotlvlty of the were the Rev. Cclestine Brey, pastor fleure. A street-ca- r the Rev. to the Interurban Station nearby andi club will be the picnic at Cherokee of Holy Cross church; Park on June 28. This will cele- Martin O'Connor, pastor of Church reported tho row to one of our combrate the anniversary of tho club of Our Lady: Father Vincent, C P'. edy cops who was taking it easy In rnd an eDjbable day Is being ar- and Father Daniel, C. P., of the Sa- familiar surroundlngs 'tho car barn. The exercises The Keystoner evinced a disposition cred Heart Retreat. ranged for by the committee. closed with the benediction of tho to doubt tho story of the riot, and The graduates after making tho witness cross his .AIUSIOAL NUMHBERS FEATURE. Blessed Sacrament. wero Miss Marie Stottman, Miss heart and hope to dlo if he story St. Louis Bertrand's school held Katherino Campbell and Miss Lor- wasn't true, WENT THE OTHER Its closing exercises in Bertrand raine Murphy. WAY. Finally after about an hour Hall Tuesday, diplomas being awardthe noble cop came back with reined to Gladys Hicks, Anna HIgglns, LIEUT. KALTENBAOKER HOME. forcements, a fireman from tho nearby engine house, but the excitement Robert Leamey, Ruby Lochner, Agr, was over. nes MoCormack, Anna Meyer, CathAn old colored mammy, First Lieut. Bernard D. erine Riley and John Smith. Gold of ShelbyvJllo, arrived at who had several narrow escapes medals were awarded to Anna Camp Taylor Wednesday from over- during the fray, said: "Dem niggers Meyer, Pattle Sohan and Catherine seas, after a year's experience with are fighting all tho time, and we Riley. "Boy iBlue," an operetta in the American Expeditionary Forces. shuTO ain't got no police any more." three acts, was produced by the pu- Lieut. Kaltenbacher enjoys the dis- Many will agree with this wise repils with musical numbers and tinction of having won two com- mark. Then came the story of the chorus singing and dances Inter- missions In the army, his Second two Keystone policemen whon took spersed, which were heartily en- Lieutenancy having been won at the bribe from the youths cored and reflected great credit on Fort Benjamin Harrison and his out joy riding, and got caught tryRev. Father J. B. Dawkins and the present rank being won while over- ing to be regular "gosh darn its" Dominican teachers, who directed seas. with the girls by making a date. and coached the performers. The last but convincing proof of public opinion was witnessed when ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL. EUCHRE AND LOTTQ. the near parade of the cowboy The annual commencement of St. Junior Order was staged Tuesday. A euchre and lotto will be given Patrick's school will bo held In St. ,n the rear of the parade was tho under the auspices of the St. Louis Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and Mar- stereotyped rube policeman, chin Bertrand church Debt and Building ket streets, tomorrow evening at 8 whiskers, funny make up and all, Fund In Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, o'clock. Very Rev. Father Cronhi, riding a jackass. But he never oven near Oak, next Friday afternoon and the pastor, and the Sisters in charge drew a smile from the onlookers evening. Games will be called at of the school have arranged an In-- , along the line of march. They all 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock, and the terestlng and pleasing programme. thought Is was one of our regular committee of arrangements have Refreshments will be served after Keystoners and they couldn't notice planned to serve cool and refresh- the commencement exercises. Gen- tho difference. ing drinks and refreshments, cents and eral admission twenty-fiv- e TRIBUTE TO KINNARNEY. cents. reserved seats thirty-fiv- e TRINITY DELEGATES. Collier's Eye. the Chicago weekly ENJOYABLE SURPRISE. sporting paper, has the following In At the meeting of Trinity Coun corcil. Y. M. I., Monday evening J. RobOn the aftrenoon of Thursday of Its latest issue from its tiatonia ert Muhs, Joseph tBell and Daniel J. last week a very delightful and en- respondent- "The record established Hennesay were elected delegates to joyable surprise party was given to by Capt. 'Jim Klnnarney, formerly the Y. M. I. Grand Council conven- Alexander J. Conen. The color Police Captain at Louisville, and .the tion, which will be held at Colum- scheme was carried out in pink and now in charge of the policing of con bus, Ohio, August 18 and 19. nlle green. Covers wero laid for Latonla course, has attracted Kln Cornelia siderable attention here. Capt. JaMisses the following: narney, who relieved Capt. Jim GRADUATES. Rapp, Mazle Sliyman. Virginia he assumed Mary Paul Flyun, Margaret cobs, promised when course clear hia of Miss Reglna Catherine James, one Jacquemln, Sallle Swift, Irene duties to keep the of the pupils of St. Mary's of the Young, Eda Schaaf, P. Wooley, the undesirable element. As a re Knobs, was graduated Sunday after- Viola Meyers, Margaret Litterer, sult not a breach has been reported not a pocket picked and the noon at the Academy of the Immac- Leona Silllman; Messrs. Alenander 'tout' scheme Is on the deFerdinand, Ind. J. Conen, Edward Krebs, W. N. Conception, ulate a remarkable record, hav- Reuchele, W. E. Caldwell, Charles cline. The arrogant manners of the She made former police manager are conspicuing completed the full course In Meyers. ous by their absence, and the public three years. Miss Jame3 is only can attend a race meet and be assixteen years old. FIRST COMJIUNION. sured courteous treatment by every present." . MACION'S DELEGATES. Last Sunday at Holy Name church. bluecoat "St. Ann's and St. Vincent de Paul'3 LAWN FETE. Mackin Council elected four dele- large clashes of happy boys and gates Monday night .to the Y. M. T. girls received their first holy com'The people of St. Ann's parish national convention to bo held at munion. At Holy Name and St. announce the sixteenth annual lawn Columbus, Ohio. They are George Ann's Bishop O' Donaghue adminthe J. Thornton, Anthony McGuIre, Leo istered the sacrament of confirma- fete for placo benefit15 of the church, on the church July Cornolly, Gus Hoertz and W. O. tion. At fach church the services to take grounds, Seventh and Davles. The Buckel. were especially for the children, and people of this parish are workers the day wis one they will remem- and their feto will be a good one. ber through life. 4 iMB TRUE 1 COMFORT SUITS XB IN THESE FEATHERWEIGHT There's ease, coolness and dash in these fins midsummer weight suit. Their smart style is in the clever modelling, their enduring good appearance is in the careful tailoring, and their heat resisting power makes them all the more alluring. IX Av ' MOHAIR SUITS-$1- 6, 20 and 25 16.50 Palm Beach Suits $10 DeLuxe Palm Beach Suits $15 and Cool Cloth Suits $15 to 27.50 Tropical Worsteds $30, 35 and 38. MAIL ORDERS MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Levyat Bros Market s EVERYBODY WHO DRINKS A GRADE FOR EVERY PURSE r T T" T TTTT" PROMPTLY FILLED Tihir.d s ENGELHARD'S COFFEE ALWAYS SMILES TRY A PACKAGE WHMMMMM ASK YOUR GROCER JETOXfc WASHING wm jJR) ludu BY ffMJUSK-KOlESOAPWORHS Kalten-hache- louumuc Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. MAGIC-KELLE- R SOAP WORKS INCORPORATED AA AAAaAA AA AAAA AAAA A AAAAV five-doll- ar NEW ALBANY. Rev. Father Lambert, formerly Herman Ensllnger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ensllnger, New Albany, who waa ordained to the priesthood in St. Melnirad Academy last week, celebrated his first mass in St. Mary's church Saturday at 10 o'clock. The Rev. George Borrles, Hamburg, Jud., former associate rector of St. Mary's church, served as deacon, and Frater Placldus, of St. Other Meinrad, as priests present wero the Rev. Charles Curran, pastor of Holy Trinity church, and the Rev. J. J. Sermershelm, of St. Mary's of the Tho Rev. William F. Knobs. pastor of St. Mary's church, served as master of ceremonies. A procession of school children, the celebrant and the other priests preceded the mass. The Rev. Father Dominic, of St. Meinrad, delivered the sermon. Special music was presented by the choir, a feature of which was a solo by Carl Ensllnger, a brother of tho celebrant. For the present Father Lambert has been assigned as instructor In St. Mein... k a , rad Academy. sub-deaco- n. Sel-bert- CHIROPRACTOR Office racUa Bcmarea tho Causo Mature Doeg I the UeallDg. i I damlUtlon Analrtu Free. Office 315 Hsrton BUf. 10:34 A. M. z, Basra c. B. Southerland Mur-nan- e, 4ft DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST, cd FRIENDSHIP. -- GRADUATES VLS1T NAZARETH. Tho senior class Academy attended GARAGE IRA J DUOAN. Foreman and General SOUTH BROOK STREET CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE For messengers, collectors,-- business workmen, pay- - - isPHK3kfiNtEHBH and farmers; cash or weekly ments. men, clerks, mechanics flBBSSBflBsHBBBHsBS 'Mb1bhHIKHBbsbHsbbbHbhBi1b1 R. L. DAVIS, Agent, S. W. Corner Seventh and Broadway ment exercises at Nazareth Academy and spent a delightful day at Bardstown. The Presentation Academy graduates are: Full academic course Misses Mary Jane Arnult, Mary Catherine JBrennan, Nellie Mae Hendricks, Hazel Horan, Margaret r, Hammersteln, Mary Elizabeth Margaret M. Coleman, Aline Rose Miles, Virginia Louise Evelyn Schmltt. Evolyn Rosella Schellnger, Marie Beatrice Blanche Roche, Nannie Twohig, Literary course Misses Veeneman. Mary Philips Boldrlck. Catherine Elizabeth Brown, Cletua. Hillerlch, Irma E. Klapheke. Ke-heMus-slema- the of Presentation commence- aire w i giggB n, i no suspicion, ho discourtesy, no temper. To be without these is th fulfilling of the law which Is nd that is religion. Much love, more of Jt is needed than appears In business1, in society, in politics. In fact, there Is room for a good deal more. Th3 test of a man'3 religion is found id the extent and quality of his friendship. It must not bo the friendship of etiquette simply, nor even of good fellowship. If 13 the hamt or condition of A per son that grows out of his spirituality. There Is not much use In a man's participating In all the means of grace If he hates his neighbor. And yet how many there are of that kind. There ia nothing that the coming reconstruction of society Jt needs so much as friendship. Is a sort of treason to neglect it. Ohio State Journal. vy, 111 Wo remember how Doctor Gladden friendship, SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES used to preach upon which he regarded as tho practical Twenty Year' Experieuco. form of religion. When a man's Prices Reasonable. heart Is right he 13 uulto sure to be friendly. There Is no hate, no en- 315 Storks Baildins. Third Floor Fourth and WMDnt. 1180. Phoqe City MESSENGER coo SERVICE 1 We purchase and deliver theater tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, berths, etc. Prompt and reliable messengers for all kinds of personal and private business. Phono City 4414. sourn fifth street. (DAY OR NIGHT.) THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS BARDSTOWV BOIT ORDAINED. BUY OIL LANDS. H. BOSSEfcSON TJfeo iFuneral Directors and Embaimers. lb PKHW AVBWOB IMft. Attorney J. J. Kavanagh and Arthur B. Benslnger have purchased 1G0 acres of oil lands near Vernon, Texas, and from all reports have made quite a stroke, as their property is in the very heart of the Texas Oil fields. Meeers. KaAanagli and Benslnger baye been there In person the kiet ten days. HENDERSON. LIEUT. GEN. BULTiA!RD Commanding the Second American Army Corps, wfao stopped the Germane east of Ohaifeeau-Thlerr- y, contrary to Hie advice of the French Commander in Tho Rev. Frank Smith, son of the lato Frank Smith, of Bardstown. was ordained to the holy priesthood at St. Meinrad. by Right Rev. Joseph Chantrand, June 10. On Sunday morning, Juno IB, Rev. Father Smith sang his lrst solemn high mass at St Joseph's church in Bardstown at 10 o'clock. AT THE FERRY. Fontaine Ferry, Louisville's most popular amusement and recreation resort, is "an to ine gooa- - wis sea son, ana auring tnese suury aays there Is nbthlng to be desired when once the gates are reached and passed. The Ferry is the one and only cool SDOt here and hundreds dally I enjoy roaming Its shaded confines and tne Dreezes irom me ivnoua across the river. In the park are GREATEST WAR HERO. excellent band concerts and many Sergt. Alyin C. York, winner of attractions for the young, while the Palm, unique and high class bills presented the French war and the. American Congressional In the theater meet with the approvI Medal of Honor, highest decoration al of large audiences at every pergiven by U Inited States. formance. Judge Charles Wilson CrosB-wIth CORNS.BUNIONS lapowtog Md Atetrnil Nails SdwtificaMr TrutNl mT xB. Or. Uriah Z. Litsiy Chiropodist 507 Stark Beth Bvitfia Pbo.--tr National JML&&.GtA.JSi: J3. rRAOTIOAL HATTER ing and dressing of Men's Clothing. .Join B. Stetson Hats at Low Prices. M6 Weet Walnut Street. Dyed. Hats Remodeled, Cleaned Panama's 'Bleached. and Clean- ng sector. f tht Wednesday at Henderson Miss Cimlnl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Oiminl, we (united In marriage to Bitel Shrader. Ja well known resident of "ffivansvMle. The cere mony vri performed by the Rev of Holy Bdward rJ. Lyacb, Name church. Jo-li- Phonea Incorporated ritcli, Coal Tar, Tan-eFelts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). 124 W. Mala n Roofing and Supply Company City 1368; Mala 1469-- X ptor gives his personal attention to every detail and .will doubtless score the greatest success In the, Ferry's his- tory. It is the ideal spot for' '. and comfort, rt jgnB3s:aPTJOKY XKLtn AJknEOJMOAi. THE THREE ESSENTIALS OF SUCOESSUKHH it ri PURE ASK FOR 71 WOLFFS GONE CAKES These delicious cakes are rolled into a cone so you can fill them with ice ot the without the other, and thl3 may bo one of the many problems for the next State Administration to be. called upon to Capital should meet and adjust. not squeeze the hand and heart of labor; labor; the life of capital, from solflah motives should not deprive capital of her Just rights and dues. The one Impaired iby such acts means prosperity' to neither." RECENT DEATHS. Monday morning the funeral of Ioabelle Hasan, aged' sixty, took piaw nuiu xiuiy v,ium vuuiuu. ouoi was tho widow of Robert Hagan and was held in high esteem toy a wide circle of friends. Monday morning Louis J. Bender, beloved husband of Mary Bender, 1632 Frankfort avenue, passed from this life, leaving a legion of friends by whom he was held in high esteem and who will feel his loss. His Property Management Financial Strength Vvv !U TriState Consolidated Has the requirements. A limited number of shares "Now on the market at Par Value $1.00 Oil 1 cream and serve them to your family or guests. Buy them from any ice cream dealer. To Avoid Cheap Imitations Ask For 50 432 CENTS Cash or PER SHARE Partial Payment Plan WOLFFS CONE CAKES SEE THAT THEY ARE ROLLED .Tf funeral was held Wednesday morning from St. Joseph's church, of which he had been a faithful Mrs. Mary L. Cannon, years old, died Sunday afternoon at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Snyder, 1561 Clinton avenue. Besides her daughter she is servived by one brother, Henry and a sister, Miss Elizabeth Gundolf. The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St. Joseph's church. flfty-seven in Kansas with 4,000 acres in 7 oil fields in Wyoming. acres in Gainsville, Miller and Petroleum Pools, Allen County, Kentucky. 400 acres at Stovall, on a beautiful oil structure. 170 acres in Oil City Pool. 32 acres Steffy Pool, 40 acres Oslcamp Pool, Barren County, Kentucky, and 148 acres in the famous Jew"cll Pool, adjacent to the 7 big Jewell wells and the liutler and Moulder wells, now earning immense profits; 200 acres m -- aS! THEY HAVE NO EQUAL BAKED BY Gun-dol- f, .an .' and 18 TEN PRODUCING OIL WELLS drilling locations, sure shots, pumping oil and now earning money. 5422 acres in 16 oil pools .. GSIJi ! jA" RALPH WOLFF & SONS LOUISVILLE, KY. TriState Will Drill Trl-Sta- to 15 to 20 Wells In Kentucky Tho Kansas property is in direct charge of the company's treasurer, although a competent pumper is maintained at the property. A legitimate company, earning monoy with proven properties, 100,000 shares already sold among 200 stockholders, numbering names of influential men with 1.000 share block and smaller shareholders with 25, 50 and 100 share lots. In numbers there is strength. "We welcome the small shareholders. AND FISCAL AGENTS FOR MAPS. BELT, MAIN 3550; HOME CIT1' 1047 CLEAN c GOOD 418 EAST MARKET Home Phone. City 790. J B8EESSB INCORPORATED We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupens. HOUSEFURNISHINGS lhat Immediately Attract the Housekeeper, shaped. Boilers Oval heavily tinned, with solid c6r-pbottoms and pierced rim tops; No. 8 size; special price quickly and easily done i $2.30 size $15.50 Brooms Made of a good qual- slzo $21.00 iiy corn; nice $20.50 size smooth handles; special ..48c ElcctrJc Washing Machines Caps and Saucers Prettily decWith wringing attachments; orated china; per dozen runs from your electric light $3.50 wringer is recurrent. The can be adjusted Wall Paper Cleaner It will also versible and clean paint, window shades and to three "positions; special kalsomine; 3 cans for . . 25c .'. price $77.00 Casseroles Nickel frames with Water Sets These consist of a a brown, earthen Inset with pitcher and six tumblers in pretty light cuttings'; special special white Interior; price . ., $1.39 $3.00 Slops Triangular Garbage Pails A strong corshape; regular price $1.00; rugated, galvanized steel pail special price 78c g sanitary with a top Floor Wax Johnson's brand prepared wax; per pound . . . .50c sizes $1.30 7 IS -- gallon sizes FouiMpaasen-ge- r $1.75 Lawn Swings sizes $1.05 slzo; strong and well made and nicely finished; regular Water Glasses Thin, glass with price $7.89; special price etched band; size; $0.40 per dozen $1.80 Dinner Sots 100 pieces ot dec- Dozen Churns Two pounds of orated American porcelain; a merged butter from one pound complete service for 12 peoof butter and one pint of ple; regular price $25.00; milk special $22.00 . . . .$2.10 No. 30 sfza 100 Piece Sets (In white and No. 40 slzo $2.80 gold or green band decoraCliarnber Polls White enameled tion; regular prlco $23.00; steel palls with a blue border; , . , .$20.00 special price special price $1.25 100 Piece Sets In white and The Leonard gold decorations; (regular price Bofrigerators cleanable, porcelain white $18.00; special price .$15.00 100 Piece Sets rWiCh pretty rose 75lined and thoroughly insulated lbs. ice capacity; regular regular 'border decoration; price $53.89 $47.00 price $27.00 special prlco 100 ibs. ice capacity; regular $24.00 price $64.00 $57.00 51 Piece Sets In the charming 125 lbs. ice capacity; regular Bluebird decoration; a comprice $72.00 $05.00 plete service for Blx people - Many really beau - Electroliers $11.50tiful designs In assorted, metal 51 Piece, Sets .With prptty floral border decoration; service for special price $7.00 six people $11.00 size,' in Ricp, Boilers Doors Screen plain pure aluminum; special doors, lnch thick and havPrice $1.50 ing stiles; size 3 iy 7 Light cut glass, in Goblets feet; finished in walnut stain both 'high and low, for Iced $2.25 tea and eherbet; regular price Five-pl- y Garden Hose a dozen; special, $5.00 rubber hose of a thordozen .$4.00 oughly guaranteed quality Round wilt. lengths In $7.50 Clothes Hampers low hampers with covers; lengths In 26-$4.00 regular price $2.50; special Lunch Kits iA. nice black $2.30 enamel stool case, containing a vacuum bottle $2.80 Ice Cream Freezers The Acme, a splendid Ceillnc Brushes freezer Wool heads. of capacity; no solder iwith handles; special Inside $1.25 $1.00 Oil of Cellar Polish Absolutely Wlrito Mountain Freezers; size; special price. $3.00 greaseless; gives a fine bright polish and will not gum; a Vacuum Bottles Will keep bottle; special . ,48c nt .fluids hot or cold; a Electric Irons size; special price . . $1.80 The Westing-hous- e Cinderella brand; Papyrus Plates Convenient weight six pounds; special for picnics, camping, church suppers and Sunday night $3,60 8 Inch drive Lawn Mowers lunches; 20 plates in a package; per package wheels, brass bearings and 10c e knives; choice of Window. Screens 'Extension three cuts: 12, 14 and 16 stlye; oHed hardwood frames Inches; special $5.00 covered with black wire cloth; height 24 inches, opening to 37 Gas Plates size; heavy casting inches; special price black in 80c iron .$3.25 Dutch Cleanser For general Tho same thing with a nickel- hbusehcW cleaning; 3 cane for .jpo.iro 25c yuiicu iiuiml Oil Cook Stoves or Puritan makes; the utcnsjl rests in a clear, hot flams liko gas; the refilling Is clean, Now Perfection Wash er three-sewe- d; tight-fittin- art -- ch 60-f- rt low-pric- ed ce one-pi- -- thiree-blad- Two-burn- er ..... I ItARVEYJELLICO (INCORPORATl GOAL CO. Oiiix-arc- r SERVICE) DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Lump-Co- al High Grade Eastern Kentucky Place 6.50 PER TON. MKt ereta witft we. T - A new council has been instituted at Teinpleton, Iowa. Louisiana has another now council, Instituted at Washington. It appears now that Kentucky will more than double its membership. Norwood Council, Cincinnati, had 112 candidates at the last week's initiation. A class has just been initiated at Greely, Neb., making the third in the last three months. Since tho last Stato Council Secretary Bann repOrta that Texas has ; NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PR8CED AT gained 1,789 member. Saturday night and Sunday Archbishop Elder Council, Cincinnati, had another large Initiation. Count Creighton Council at Crelghton, Neb., has been greatly in- It creased 'by the initiation ot another larg class. For real all round enjoyment for : members the swimming parties given by I4ttle Rock Council are pronounced "tho ibest ever." Go With Confirmation Suita,' Teams from Bardstown and Ellza- bethtown conferred the throe de grees Oast Sunday at Lebanon upon a class of sixty candidates, The initiation of a claste of nearly f Shawnee Athletic Club, t .200 10 p mombera by Newport Council 4 HOLxt CROSS SCHOOL. o Californians .000 was one. of the most enjoyable af5 faire evert projected in Northorn The closing exercises of the sen 2 r COLONELS H03D3 TUESDAY. Kentucky. NFW I INF! OP WHITr ior classes ot Holy Cross school will The fourth victory Initiation of be held in Holy Cross.-Halon WedThe Louisville baseball team will Price Hill Council, Cincinnati, was 1 tUK U1KL5' WEAR. nesday evening at 8 o'clock. Five boys and ten girls have completed finish their present road trip at To- a double header, requiring Saturday the eighth grade and will receive ledo next Monday, coming home and Sunday for conferring of the diplomas. The exercises promise to Tuesday to begin a e series major degrees. Sunday morning the members ot be entertaining and friends and pa- with Columbus. To say that the trons of the school should encour- fans are pleased over the club's Bishop Cartrell Council. Covington, age tho children by their presence. showing on the road is putting it received holy communion In a body mildly, and Managers Neal and Fla- during high mass, which was cele P. J. NOEL'S MESSAGE. herty and their charges are sure of brated by the paBtor, very Rev, Where the home Is Where work Is quickly brightest a rousing welcome from the base Joseph A. Flynn, V. G. done; The phrase, when embodied into ball public. The Colonels met tough Wfaero the work Whore cooking seems WILL SAVE LIFE. a candidate's platform, "I am a opposition at St. Paul and Milwau. lightest; real fan; friend of labor." is a phrase or kee especially, and they showed a proclamation which Is obnoxious, be fighting spIrK that is sure to have Dr.' Frank C Bohannon, who wa3 Where tho meal 19 Where baking gives decooked best; cause it is no guarantee or written the team a pennant contender at all a great aid to the K. of O. ball team light; contract upon which organized la- stages. Davis, Long and Anderson, for the past Ave years, will grad Where the range stands Where drudge Is out of bor can rely; nor should such a of the pitching staff, are as strong uate from the University of Louis ike test sight phrase or proclamation be a suffi- If not stronger than any In the asso- ville on June 26. His parents, Mr. where That's tho That's where the cient guaranteed definition to satisfy ciation, Meyers and Kocher behind and Mrs. J. F. Bohannon, of Way-lan"Cjulek Meal" cones 'Quick Meal" eoaaee will arrive tomorrow and visit our world builders to support such the plate are a tower of strength, ta. IB. a candidate, and no labor organiza- while the infield and outfield could here until after the graduation exQalck Mmml Gm Km tions should, by their ballot, sup- not be Improved upon. The only ercises. Following a year as intern Said, IaaUlled aad nitfily ReemmaU4 port such unless that candidate is two disappointments thus far to the at the local hospital he will return to Wayland, to become surgeon and willing to express himself more failure ot McCarthy and Acosta to Coal 'Corr straight from the shoulder, hit anything near their average, but physician for MA&5ET and define his attitude upon such a they are being carried by the more poratlon, the largest coal producers vital and important issue which con" than average chitting of Benael and in Eastern Kentucky, fronts the world an issue between Hendryx. AVith the long home stay FRANKFORT. the guaranteed rights of labor and coming the Colonels should go into GUY-OR- DER capital whioh rights must guaran, first place, or thereabouts. One of the most brilliant wed tee. nrotect. promote and unbuild la bor, with." such guarantees as not to ACADEMY; GrVSN RESIDENCE!. dings of the season at Frankfort was solemnised with nuptial high prevent me progress ana impairment Warm Air, Fumac taved from tummcr rust asd of c&ptital. JJaving been a, laboring Mrs. Ida Carico and her daughter, mass Thursday morning in the boy since I left my mother's knee, Mies Lily Carioo, have donated to Church of the Good Shepherd, when docax moke pipes removed, oiled and furnace over-hauleI am not ashamed to repeat the Mt. St. Joseph's Uraullne Academy Miss Mary Agatha Lutkemeier bewords ot our "beloved martyred their handsome residence, on West came the bTlde of Arthur Kernes. and cleaned. Only $1.00. President, Abraham Lincoln: "I am Seventh street, Owensboro. The The sanctuary was (banked with twenty-fiv- e property is worth $18,000 and the palms and flowers the church and not; ashamed to confess that TELEPHONE NOW. i years ago I was a hired laborer rift was made with the view of es was thonged wHh frieads and well groom, who and I do, not believe In a law to pre- tablishing a commercial college for wishers of the bride and vent a man getting rich." If I am young ladles. The academy is es- are two of the most popular young elected; Governor, I will stand upon tablished at St, (Joseph's in Davis people of the State capital, Last county and Is ne ot. the largsst wssk a. number of social funotioas the eafjtftl and labor' plank' as ia ay foraw afuwHtaeement; Catholic female tMtkuttaas In the a&d showars wars zIvsb la their City 2111! Maia 2933 hOfior. : ."Capital and labor can not exist conatry. Dllle-hanty's ! Richard V. Schmitt, a highly re member of St. Elizabeth's church, passed peacefully away What They Have Been Doing Tuesday morning at the home of his mother, Mrs. Louise Schmitt, 1103 the Past Week General Lydla street. He was ithlrty-thre- e News Notes. years old, and By his death the mother and relatives suffer a great His funeral took bereavement. Ladies' Auxiliary 2 of Minneapolis place Thursday morning. had a large cla&s for Initiation at "Mrs. Anastasla Creeden, long a their meeting Monday night. resident of this city and widow of The Seattle Hibernian ball team John Creeden, who wa3 well known continues ita winning Btreak. A so and held in high esteem for her cial is being arranged for the boys. many virtues, died Sunday morning The Ladies' Auxiliary ot Seattle In 8. Louia, and the sad, news was meeting June 13, a severe shock to her many Louishad a With the EveTCtt Auxiliary as ville friends. The remains were guests. brought to the residence of her Division 5 ot Seattle had a great daughter, Mrs. Cornelius O'Leary, meeting last week to greet the new 1048 South Seventh street, the fuly elected. The entire membership neral being held from St. Louis Bertrand's'church Wednesday mornturned out Seattle Hibernians are making an ing. earnest effort to have each member Friends and relatives were deeply secure a candidate and thus double grieved when it became known that their number. Most of the Indiana delegates will James J. Donoghoo, ia well known Knight of Columbus and for many join the Chicago special train, which years engaged In the furniture busi city on July 9 for San ness, leaves that had passed away Sunday at St. Francisco. Joseph's Infirmary, where he was The San Francisco Exposition Au- taken a week before from his home, ditorium will be the scene of tho 2106 Napoleon boulevard. He is business sessions of the national survived by his wife and five daugh convention, which will be held there ters. Misses Lucille, Bernlce, Mar July ion, Nettle Louise and Ethel The Hennepin County Board of and two sons, James and Northe Ladies' Auxiliary held an in. ton Donoghoe. Funeral services structive and entertaining meeting were held Wednesday morning from this week in Minneapolis, at which St. Francis ot Asslsl church, attendthe present status of Irish affairs' ed by many mourning friends and were ably discussed. relatives, The Ladles' Auxiliary County TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Board ot Marlon county will meet In Indianapolis next Friday to clear up pending business and take up The quadruple tie in the Twin City League was broken Sunday, but matters In reference to the trip not in the way many of the league the doiegates to the national c dopesters predicted, Brother Thomvenjion. The programme for the entertain as' X. Alumni boys and Bob Mackln Council club securment of delegates and visitorsto tho national convention will include a ing decisive victories and they are series of auto excursions, banquets, now tied for tfirst place, hut will theater parties and receptions In settle the decision' for the leadership which the leading IrlBlnAiuericans tomorrow on Diamond No. 2. The of California will take part as hosts. X. Alumni boys by good team work Sunday all the officers and mem and the steady twirling of Aulback hers of the ten local divisions of the took tho. Hibernian team into camp Ladles' Auxiliary Ancient Order of in a 10 to 5 game, while Mackin Council fattened its Hibernians of Indianapolis visited ages by winning over batting averthe California the orphans of the diocese who are temporarily sheltered ot the House club In a 17 to 2 contest. The of the Good Shepherd on fjouth Shawnee Athletic club furnished another surprise by walloping the Meridian street. Knights of Columbus in a to 9 At the regular meeting of Ladies' game, and broke the streak 14 hard of Auxiliary 4 of Minneapolis laat week luck which has been pursuing the Hev. Father Da Coursey, of St. since the opening. Tomorrow them they Paul, delivered a lecture on the meet the Hibernians on Diamond 4, League of Nations and was Toundly while the K. of C. meet California applauded a3 he concluded his speech, which was evidence that tho on Diamond 1, The standing to American people will be cautions date: Won Lost Pet before they surrender to any cove1 .800 4 nant which might Jeopardize Amer- Aiackin uouncii 1 .860 4 ica's independence In the world's X. Alumni Knights of Columbus,. 3 .600 2 politics. .600 Hibernians 2 3 spected er HIBERNIANS. Mrs. Katherlne Kelly, one of the oldest members of St. Louis Ber- trand's parish, answered the last summons Wednesday morning at her home, 1130 Garvin Place. Surviving her are two daughters, Miss Mamie Kelly and Mrs. T. J. Gleeson. Her funeral, was held Friday morning, attended by many of her old friends and acquaintances. The personnel of the Board of Directors Guarantee the Honesty of Purpose of Consolidated Oil Co., Incorporated. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Superintendent GEORGE W. ATMORE, wormern racirio Terminals', Duluth, Jlinn.. President. COL. W. II. JONES, Mayor of Bowlins Green, Ky.; President Rowling Green Ice Manufacturing Company, Bowling Green, Ky., Vice President. EDW. STOUT, President Bowllnfr Green Gas Company, retired Capitalist, Bowling Green, Ky., Director. City P. K. RANDALL, Secretary-Treasure- National Bank, r. Duluth. Minn., Bowling Green, Ky., TAUL WRIGHT, Kentucky Field Manager. Casper, Wyo., Wyo H. H. McCLURE, Manager, ming CALL, "VVRITB, WIRE OK PROSPECTUS, PHOB THE TJNBEmymTEttS BEPORTS, ETC. STOCKS, BONDS, OIL SHARES AND OIL LEASES 115 SOUTH FOURTH STREET WRITE FOR PROSPECTUS. NO OBIJGATION Corporate Securities Company LOUISVILLE, KY. OO Use the Coupon Investigate. Gt? ' CORPORATE SECURITIES CO., 115 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. Gentlemen: Please teend mo Prospectus, maps and o Consolidated Co. shares. Yours truly, details regarding Tri-Stat- V .. .i. . . . ... ac KNIGHTS OF COMHS ! 15-1- 9. Dono-gho- e, Late News That 'Will Interest Members Here and illHEFMAN STRAUS We et)e)444 SONS (gJi! Stamp. Q!v and Rcdetra Qold Trading; CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS White Shirts and to $10.00 - $12.00 f Blouses! 75c 90c $1.00 l r?nrc iun trc four-gam- Where the Quick Meal Comes In ; wssjrW d, def-lnate- ly, n SEHER & SON, BE A WISE w. st. NOW el ' out-Mn- ed B. G. HEARTIOK o