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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919. ltvery Driver an Bscort. UiiisvlM Csnli Incorporated I Taxksb e. VOLUME XLH.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ENGLAND'S BRUTALITY EXPOSED t I flBBVAvJkrflF )fe 1BVAVAVBaBVAVAVAVAVAVAVJMBBYBYBYBT IIBkV jT vBBHBB''jsJF'SSFi iIWK American Commission of Irish Independence Find Political Offenders in Ireland Are Treated Worse Than Lowest Criminals Numerous Assaults on Public Streets With Bayonetsfand Clubbed Rifles. s, t ' BBYRmk BBBBSsBk jKtHB9HHHIBJBBBBBBBBwBBBJfBB''vt.44 V T'tiP'sHBflMBSBBSBBBBBBBBflBJptBBBS i BRITISH ARMY OF OCCUPATION X)E ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND Universal Service .herewith presents the complete report on conditions in Ireland, .made to the Peace Conference by the American Commissioners Frank P. Walsh, for-- MEN BflBJBBKT 's MJ'HflHHi11 HSfimitOKUMKHiKM BBflBflKBBBl acqualnted with1 ,kll the political a personage as the Prime Minister prisoners, so thattwe had no clifncui- - or umgiana, tnougji ne stated tnat ty in Identifying, them. 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" icjiui-hi lionuon nas created a g'ardens, tuch as .Lincoln Park and SSBBBBmSRI BBBBiBBb HBBttB5nfift 'HPw'P-I'During our visit to Ireland wo furore of excitement and has result- tne Bronx, in numerous assaults in witnessed theEUnited states. ed in a demand .from some leading with "Statements had. been made that public streets and highways upon English newspapers for an adeoutrages were being bayonets and clubbed rifles, quate reply from the British Gov- unspeakable agains't the persons of men and women known to be Recommitted ernment. Ug72Mtffta&&fKBHBjBM "mwHBBEV these men, and t&e most barbarous publicans, or suspected of being in The full text follows: infllcted'jitpon Ihem. That favor of a republcan form of gov"Upon May 2, 1919, the American cruelties been starved, beaten, con- ernment. Many of the outraged SvJmBjBjBKJBAKhB1 a i&i9BJBBRru vs SBB&m fnin I they had Commission on Irish Independence, fined in dark and noisome under- persons were men. and women of appointed by authority of the Irish ground cells, otherwise mistreated exemplary oharacter, and occupyA NEW SCENE IN CAIRO. Race Convention, held in Philadel- and kept for days with their hands ing high positions in the business MAJOR GEN. WYNN BEING DECORATED. Women of the harem haranguing street crowds and demanding phia on the 22nd and 23rd days ot handcuffed Admiral Moreau, of the French navy an da member of his staff behinftheir "backs. We and professional life of the country. liberty fo'1 Egypt. We took statements covering hunplacing about the neck of Major Gen. Wynn, U. A. A., the grand February, 1919, consisting of Frank attempted to secure statements from dreds of cases of outrage and vioP. Walsh, Chairman; Edward F. tho officers, eitheK confirming or deof the Legion of Honor. cordon Dunne and Michael J. Ryan, under nying EARL I'JjYNX IN FRANCE. chaTgew. were per- lence committed by the officers and passports issued by the American mitted tho talk tojDb "We inside the representatives of the British Govono ti funds every election, is shown by and English Embassies in Paris, deernment dn Ireland, the details of Corporal Earl Flynn, of Company .Governor. the permit given yesterday by the parted for Ireland ifor the purposo prison except'.the jbarharlties He which we set forth herein. The ex- 443 M, Eleventh Marines, and son had cesses no Buh stated that Board of Safety and Chief of Police of conferring with President De detailed of been committed since "he had taken either and atrocities committed are of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flynn, folallowing an automobile speed detoeing actually at as and other officials Chestnut street, mon to take possession of Third itepuoucan uovernment,of tho Irish charge of the prison, a week or two the present time or have been com- West to the Kentucky writes Amerilows Irish and to before. Ho refused ta speak for any street from- Walnut to the Confeder make a Pathetic Words of Simple Old Irish. mitted within the recent past, as a d study Monument, giving an exhibition conditions in that country. of actual time prior to that. He at first de- part of a scheme and plan to crush can: have been reading the Twin ate "I Woman Accentuate Why Erin nied that therewere underground out and repress the effort of the advertising a cerAdministration Ilears the Voice of of his sped and "When the passports were .handed City League scores with much intain make of automobile. The un- to the American Commissioners on cells in tho prison.jWe had been fur- Irish, people to establish a republi- terest and would like to be back In Should Be Fiee. plan the Colored Politicians and initiated can not understand why the morning of their departure for nished, howevergwjth a.upon show- can form of government In Ireland. the States to get in the line-u- p for our ining their location,! and such favoritism is shown, but here's Ireland, Sir William Wiseman "Among the leaders of the Re- the A. O. H. team. Have played needs. stated The speed demon is that Mr. Lloyd George wished the sistence we werewallowed entrance. publican the solution movement in Ireland, found a great number of cells many of whom have had these at- over here wth a team conssting of appearing here to advertise the au- Commission to go to all parts of We underground, tooj'narrow for human rocities practiced upon their per- major league players, among whom Hcai tbrenking Crying of Parents tomobiles of the Southern Motors Ireland, if possible, are Nig Clarke, of the Athletics; When Boys and Girls Were Company, nnd the Southern Motors especial rpquest that and Jt was his occupation, without 'beds or cover- sons, are lawyers, such as Edward Oathwell and Paskerella, of the thoy should ing for the prisoners, no ventilation, City Officials Givo Ilcrt's Company Company is owned and controlled by Duggan, George Nichols and John Giants; Miller, of St. Louis; Yockey, Leaving. visit Belfast. Upon repeating Sir pitch dark and extremely cold, al"Whole Thoroughfare for Mr. Ilcrt. We would like to see William Hanrahan, who rank relatively with Cobb, brother request to Wiseman's a permit Messrs. Sean T. O'Ceallaigh and though the weather at 'the time was such men in the United States as of St. .Paul, and Paul some othr citizen ask for of Ty Cobb. Have been in France Advertisement. Warden ad- Morgan J. not severe. ef to have Third street or any other George Gavan Duffy, the envoys B. Stanch- of mitted that thesejeells' Tvere at times field, Levi O'Brien, John A. Mitchell since October 25. and am hoping to Mayer, or street cloned for a mile or so while the Irish Republican Government at get the order to come home soon. Was Lonely When She Thought of Palmer. Some of the men whom the citizen advertised his brand of Paris, they Joined In the Tequest occupied by prisoners1. leave of absence "Our Information well authenti- we actually saw in Jail, in a pitia- Had a sevpn-da- y gum or Those She Was Never fiour, chewing tobacco, Paris, Burlingame Meets Practical Dcmon- - something else. The Board of Saf- that we should make a close inves- cated, .was to theeffect that a large ble condition, were newspaper men in May and sawBayonne, Bordeaux. tigation of conditions in Ireland, number of politlcal?prisoners were Pau and to See. Tours, Biarritz, ,,,v who Tank with Henry Watterson, ety would order him clubbed to and especially urged that we should Oration of Ills Police the most least ( taken out of the underground cells or the late Col, William R. Nelson, last but not to me Lourdes, While at death "by the Keystone cops. of all. visit the jails, particularly those In Efficiency. This comparison Interesting Accused ot telling one of the in- the larger cities, where, they assert- after we had demanded admission of Kansas City. the night previous. "We found one Is made because two of tho prison- - Lourdes saw a woman recover her fire department, ed, hundreds of men side scandals of the and women of the political prisoners still In sol- era in Mountjoy, Messrs, Pierce sight who had been blind for twen AND IRELAND WILL BE FREE. which but for the heavy rains might were confined under yeafs. Today, June i, we circumstances itary confinement. He presented a BeaJsley and William Sears, are not have the cotton seed fire out green uniforms issued pitiable spectacle, The miserable the owners or principal stockholders were campaignforest so TRAVELED. yet, James Mellet, veteran firman, of the most shocking nature. KEYSTONE STORY hats, "Crossing the Irish Sea 'from Holly-hea- d cell was cold and hadly Ventilated of papers which they edit them- - and it looks like who has figured in savjng lives and to Dunleary.we. .canipupQn He was . actually we3arfigpjii4prooy.flpne iwax.or :rr-- ; Ut1cempt"coriditieaTjBcrrti8i'M3nTother&-'werproperty for years, resigned last the first evidence of --" ffV-- " ' military highly nervous, palpably undernour- - Baw in prison are working newspa- - the other, wnicn l nope win- - oe - Why should Ireland be free?. That week under charges. Of course the .occupation of Ireland. the growing question was rather frequent five "toot sweet," as it is The vessel Ished, and had his wild glare 'Once again is "it 'demonstrated dropping of Mellet from the pay- and wharves swarmed with soldiers, eyes, indicating aan extremelyin aan-- t per men and correspondents of monotonous here. With best wishes years ago; today, however, it drops such as high class publications, roll with its angles was not given fully equipped for the field, going for continued success for the Ken- from the lips of those who are that the colored Republicans have out to tho taxpayers. Doubtless Mr. gerous menial siate. .tie ineu 10 Charlesi H. Grasty, Frank H. remain, taken the reins in their own hands Burlingame, formerly of Jefferson-vill- to and coming from Ireland. When speak to us, but was quickly sieither Incapable of appreciating an and Herbert Bayard Swope. tucky Irish American, I Sincerely yours, we arrived In Ireland we found sol argument or are afraid of offending and forced near Mayor Smith and Neuenschwander, of diers everywhere. A careful Investi- lence by the Warden. The politi- Among the men we saw n prison and Chief CORPORAL EARL J. FLYNN. cal prisoners in this Jail, without ex- are and farmers, bus- Company 7, Eleventh Marines, Giev-re- "tho Protestants of liberal views the local Republican machine to Cincinnati, believe the taxpayers of gation, made on the day before we ception, are men of the highest iness men of affairs, and literary Both with whom they associate." take a back seat while they drive. Louisville have no right to know left Irland, France. these classes of people are hopeless, The latest instance is the case of what is going on In Louisville's hill- of Occupationshowed that the Army standing, journalists, lawyers, busi- men of brilliant parts and of the numbers considerably ness men, skilled tradesmen and la- hghest character. whenever principle is involved, but the young negro Whitbee, who was billy department First and fore"ROUNDUP" ROUNDED UP. for different reasons, the former "We witnessed while in Ireland arrested on May 9 by Patrolman most, (Mellet was accused of "giving over 100,000 men, to which acces- borers. Many of them, confined for being made daily. The months, have not ibeen Informed of a brutal and unprovoked assault from invincible Ignorance, tho latter Detectives Clark and out information derogatory to the sions are equipped Sullivan, with lorries, ar- the charge against them. When the by an English colonel and a crowd Sheriff William Ross put the from lack or manhood. To neither Stultz, the accused being captured fire department." The next charge troops are Wild running through tho streets with a was "insubordination." The first mored cars, tanks, machine guns, charges are made often of the most of soldiers upon the person of Pro- final touch to the cowboy and Fair can any appeal be taken, but to the planes, light and heavy ar- trivial character bail is denied. fessor John MadN'elll. Professor West roundup at the State capgreat throng of thinking men and bundle of clothes, and when very charge was naturally the cause of bombingand in fact all tillery, night when he atof justice tured 'by tne officers became tho second charge. Mellet may be gines of war lately employed the en They were all emaciated and appear- MacNeill is a member of the faculty Grounds Saturday steers and twenty- - women who value pathetic more 'than, seventeen against ed to be suffering from malnutri- of the National University, is an tached words of, sycophancy these abusive and was taken to jail. guilty or be may not. Anyhow the Central Powers ' incurred by the a simple, godly old Irishwoman will tion. Or the thousands of German educator and publicist of the high- one ponies ifor debts whithoA is the son of Dr. Whitbee, somebody gave out some informagiven for the serve to accentuate one reason why "In addition to this, there are prisoners we have seen in France est tvne. and occupies relatively show. Th3 show was an appointee of near Mayor Smith tion. Through some manner the a hfllTin fOT One Ireland should be free: in the Health Office and a promi- Board of Fire Underwriters learned approximately 15,000 members of none of them showed such wretched the same position in Ireland that ......nnca rt hlllllHnf Order branches with the colored Re- that the second fire at the Cotton the Royal Irish Constabulary. The physical condition, or had counte- William Howard Taft or Nicholas 'of our local Junior Louisville, There were eleven of us children. nent tiolltician ' a branch go away. There publicans. In the Police Court a Products Company which swept constabulary IsThey are of the mil- nances so marked with pain as the Murray Butler does in 'the United and every paper in - Most of us had to armed with prisoners in Mountjoy. As we Were If Engand ever had an'ly and dally, EXCEPT THE KEN- - was nothing we could do at home. trial was held and the away a warehouse loaded with thou- itary forces. Dvglom in Trolnnd It TITOKY TRISH AniUIUlAIM. auvr- So we had to go to America. We His sands of dollars worth of stock, was rifles, as well as small side arms, leaving .the prison we were attracted ,l,,nHnmi1 young negro was fined $10. ongage in legular drill and field by shouts in the rear of the main has completely broken down. The ' Used and boosted tho show to the jJve(j on iQ shannon, and across mother was also fined $10 but sus- another bungled Job. maneuvers. They are never resi- hall of the prison. Looking around Irish people are taxed more for the 6kles, yet it received the biggest the rlver tjiere was a station where pended later. It developed that the Two fire engines answer the 'box ever in m the ,traln wouid De taking the peo mother an son pretty near started at Floyd and I streets on the first dents of the districts which they oc- we saw Pierce Beasley, one ofjour- support of the people ana constaD- - frost nere. given justice auaiuubeuicupy, and have quarters in regular political pilsoners, an Irish um win ualry althougn tne country is prac- nne 'Twould break pie to Queenstown. a rough hojse in the police station, alarm. These engines are Nos. 16 Government barracks. uow, mc, your heart to hear the fathers and After our ordinary boys ana oiners in tne in the testimony showing that the wo- and 18. Well, the first engine to arrival in Ireland we conferred with nalist of the highest standing, and tlcally crimeless are tne the main - 'say they didn't know they were for one of the most beloved men in Ire- sense than they mothers all crying and moaning, and man had threatened that through arrive, a big modern pumper, got to . auticij- the boys .and girls that were going . political influence and strength with the fire, but the hick firemen didn't President De Valera as to the pris- land, being hustled through the tenance of the whole educational booked oy an.. , junior uraer ..(.. n,ii,n nr, wa mhIh Col. Petty she would have the offi- know what to do with it. It was ons which we should visit, and back doorway by a burly prison system of Ireland, including tne and thnuctrt tne.labor union organ!- upkeep of the National University some kind, of a young negro ac- run into a big mudhole and there It Mountjoy Jail, in the lCIty of Dub cuard. hear them Jn our house- - often when cers "fired." The and Trinity College, as well as all zatlon. Despite the efforts of thejj Wflg & mtle B,rl( when x dldn,t "Beasley cried out: knowledged that he cursed the of- stuck useless while the fire raged. lin, was selected, for tho reason that Hermes Then the other engine, equipped it contained a large number of poli" 'I want to call your attention the primary and other schools in the traffic sergeant who acts as agent know wmt H a meant( r would g0 ficers arid tical prisoners, many of them men to the fact that this brute who has land. School teachers in the pri- for the Menace and the circulation off and cry by myself sometimes and Jacques. The latter, a Republi- with on of these new tangled horse of applications, which when we woud be playing about can appointee, testified that force less horses, didn't even get out of ing.the highest character and stand- me in charge is about to punish me mary schools are paid as low as $4 of Junior' Order Mountjoy, so far as physical for saying: "Long Live tho Repub- per week. No system of hygiene or go with every application for a city Qur mother woujd of a sudden was needed to suDUue xne uuiuij the house for a long time if at all. equipment The or county position, xne outlet uuc. throw her apron over her head, and and brutality of conduct lic." ' Wo immediately protested sanitation has been Installed Jacques said the prisoner In the meantime the fire was burn negroes. showing when we'd know she would be crying. We much of was the worst he had seen in years ing briskly and would have swept goes, Is not as bad as many of the against the assault on Mr. Beasley. teeth of practically all the children not makeappearance a required. is did not what it was for, why she The Governor of the prison hasten are in decay, and respiratory ana a public and the mother had dared the ar- the last remaining buildings per- other jails in Ireland. "We When I got to would be crying. resting officers to put her in jail, haps had not the soldier firemen un- mission made our demand for per- ed back to where the men were, ana throat troubles exist to an alarming to visit this jail through after a hurried whispered conversa- degree. Lack of decent clothing MADDEX-WEBEAmerica I said to my sister who had and it they did she and her folks der Lieut. McJenkins, from Camp municipal authorities of the city tion with the guard, returned and and is keeping come over before me that I knew would have them "fired." This tes- Taylor, taken a hand and gone to the Dublfn. The Governor of the said that we could be assured that thousands of children out of school, Magistrate John M. Madden, of why she would be crying, thinking timony was borne out by seven po- the scene early with several pieces of Jeffersonville, and Miss Christine of the day when all her boys and present and a Deputy of apparatus. For many minutes prison, a lesldent of England, who no punishment would be inflicted school. licemen in offioe but "In the City of Dublin alone Agnes Weber, daughter of Peter girls would be far from her. And Bailiff. the soldiers had the only stream on had beenus admission. aItfew weeks, upon Mr. Beasley. Upon our return was then from the prison we were furnished there are 20,000 families, on an Weber, 205 North Nineteenth street, wo all did leave save only one and Here is the sequel, and the sequel the fire. Of course the hick fire- refused c Father The explained io Sir John Irwin, Chair- with, detailed statements of others average of five to each family, In were married by the Rev. fit. An- - the two children that were born shows the negro politicians made man wanted representation. man of the Visiting in one room tenements. onrnnhin RcManc. pastor of after I came over. I never saw their threat good, even though it secret of (the two broken engines Mountjoy Prison, that Justices of who had heen confined in prison, 'commisexposing the vilest atrocities com- fant mortality is appalling, Desti thony's church, with nuptial mass them, my youngest brother and sistook six weeks to do it. Wednes- had to be kept. Then a second sion was traveling on the diplomatic mitted against prisoners. Having tution and hunger Is rife, Aiunici- - eariy Sunday morning Althougn ter. I thnk my mother died of a day the Board of Safety fined alarm was sent in silently. This the nermes nnd reprimand- alarm was not rung in over the passports and was Investigating con- received information that there was pal bodies and private persous are one oi e marrying Squires ofMadt broken heart, for she always wept -keeper Sullivan and Detective newspaper wires, but additional en- ditions in Ireland partly at the so- a large number of prisoners con- attempting to extend relief, but all jioosler. Gretna Green, Justice for her children, far away in Amered Patrolman ica, she would never see again. And Clark. The coiorea Kepuunuo gines were "sneaked" to the scene. licitation ot the Prlmo Minister. fined in a smaller County dn the such activities must' have the.den decided to have his own Govern- - , - reformed IrMayo, of the British10 With bv a priest in my father died and left three small " who follow tho wishes of the ma- The story leaked out. Mellet, a win, this Isexplanation, Sir John of town of TVestport. ""T'Z not Im. Louisville. VZ was accompanies to children, and times were very hard. who in supreme authority He place waB invested by ment. which Is difficult, which chine have come into their own and veteran fireman, was suspected of the to obtain. Jail, overruled tho decision of My father never had much schoolthe negroes throughout town have telling. Later he was accused. Then the Governor, and we were admitted troops, and that cruelties and upon possible, sincerely urge that if tho the marriage license office in Miss "We were belnc practiced court house Saturday by ing, but I think he was an intellibegun to assert themselves withar-a he resigned, knowing that all fire the Mountjoy. healing a sur When we appeared at our vengeance. There are but few men who have served the city will to gate we were ushered Into the thnm. we announcedMountjoy inten Peace Conference refuses a in these Weber. The mass was quite rrienas, gent man. Ho was a contractor and Jail, to the people of Ireland, the tion, after leaving prise to his Jerrersonvine a farmer, both in a small way, aid rests in tho negro sections the eventually "get theirs." wo circumstances, the gnilt for the ho liave been fining his office ho found it bitter hard to get on, Chestnut and wainut oireut highChairman Paul Burlingame, or office of the Governor, where Gov of visiting Weetport monstrous daily to extend congratulations. of these "Shortlv before the departure of commission trying to feed us and give us some have been taken over, negro the Board of Safety, received a found Sir John Irwin. The well as for schooling, for he'd no capital. He waymen and gamblers frequent our knockout this past week that will ernor told us that we were to be our train upon the following; even- crimes and atrocities, as which nay at our the bloody -the never drank, but (he'd have no man WELCOME SOLDIERS. streets and display the utmost con- probably put a quietus on his lec- admitted to tho prison, but with not ing two policemen appeared an un- follow, must, evolution .from this time apartments and handed us give him the pledge, for he'd say, tempt lor the Keystone police. The tures before our local clubs concern- understanding that we should fchaTed with Great Britain notifying nor to seek Athletic Club, "A man is no man that can't take ordinary colored residents who have ing the efficiency of the police. The speak to any prisoner, any prisoner signed typewritten letter, permitted by the bo The Columbia menu-eror tne reace on in trlA i us that we would not be -- l.t.n4 winner man bTgEest It or leave it as he wishes." He always lived here are not responsi- Chairman was driving down Broad- to fix the identity of g causAlthough Mountjoy is to enter the town, of Weetport, the tuanc. if not by the peoples w never smoked a pipe unless he was ble for this situation, but It iscrooks way one night this past week in his exhibited. jail, it Is, as a matter of only reaeoa given being that it history Wednesday in trouble, and when he'd take out l ed toy tho advent ot negro of the auto when he was hailed by two of called a a submitted. We combination of jail and pen- "was within the military area." West-porchildren would nine couimg US and loafers from all parts harvest his green (not blue) coat wearers, fact, KAnrCTnTHATM fmiXMRKIOWNf ?"""""," the troublewewas past bearing. know OF. WhenllmcA nomo rfwl Aprvir.A t. a . nevertheless, .rtrVtn It is tooK ...u And , . country to take part in the and in grutf tones they bawled him itentiary. twentysurrounded by and proceeded, we approached to town 1UI IUUOO IRISH INDEPENDENCE." the ifeet in height As place. President UiecKmann ana xne tnen, HKeiy, ne a want tne Jioor au of crime. The only return needed out for not having a rear light. stone wall met us about any of the members did every honor possible night. When we were little, of a is support of the Searcy machine. Probably to ascertain the Tegular Is larger than penitentiaries, such as a company of soldiers the lieutenant OUR CHILDREN'S DAY. Ameilcan three miles out, and an,! foaRfod cenerously the returned Sunday afternoon, he'd repeat ..most Negro dives and saloons are running conduct of bis hired hands Mr. Bur- , . .. " almost City or in a surly tone, us, sermon t- lingame used his sweetest political Jefferson as Sing Joliet, and has im announeed 'circumstances would that full blast day and night and o..,i,. win h TOhiin iif. heroes and scored another record ior 0f the Gospel and tnebigger weto had we Sing. It " "'?"-:.."under no and when we were .ui. nnnlnr nrtrniilMtlon. pacify the Keyetoners ana as large D tones to louts m tne memory or tne cniwreu "" f"!"- -" We accom- - be permitted to enter. mense cell houses, fount to to tell him the same. He did not try i Sunday, wnen xu to see the colonel, to nf St. Loul3 Bertrand'a parish. Rev, to stir up bitterness, but he would FAVORS THE LEAGUE. he boastingly announced that for not having his light, new bat- - modate approximately 1.Q00 prison. our passport, Father Heenan, the prior, celebratsay, "God is good, and 'twill all be jw.. " niv Tin Timft, 0 It Is equipped with workshops, whom we showed hin wna .at hn hi. mi III fcOO tnai assisted by the the message of ,milil he closed if liquor was when a soft voice did not turn away where men convicted of serious repeated doilvored throusrh Mr. Will ed the mass and gave tne sacra. Resolutions urging ratification ot the same." (But Just to encourage i Dominican fathers Sir neare confined at hard labor. hn leaeue .of nations covenant, us to use what schooling he oould sold. Any Sunday droves of anu lyrj ati,, the old adage falling to .crimes also used for the confinement iam Wieeman, to the effect that he ?en for'eive us he would tell us that when croes may bo seen coming in aijis work and tDey jumped all over him It is hih u derSbed "as the end na- Ireland, ae wanted all of to wee boy there were no allied ont of Pete's place of business, was g0 to Bpeakf saying, "Where do you of persons awaiting trial, as well for explained nfethat visit were conducting JiJi. of the largest classes of I which the youth of thetheir lives," he was a only we the were laying down tfaat 0,d etanr. and .Tell that misdemeanants serving sentences past Sonday additional help tne an Investigation under the authorot Finally he was al- - petty offenses, been made public by the Uere they'd creep put to the hedge tQ QweeneyM needed to meet the want ot the political prison- ity of the 'Prime Minister. We ad"Exclusive e'en- - Church P- -ce The Union. of a night and if they were caught lowed to proceed, but the worst is laree army oi coioreu that we understood that there were (but twelve en the way home it's a hard beating raying Pote a social call. So nuwb. vet to be told. On Ills return over ers,confinement, all of them persona vised Um conditions existed In West-por- t. under- revolting offi la , they'd .get. ftherl? Taft CUnaf the sam route the same two wise going sentence for pettr infractions The Colonel, (however, de Well, I ihad eome to America, for Luther B. Wileon and Dr. John R. X striking proof; of (the - - -- - onos, who didn't even knewi their of law. One of the men who ac-- olared tbat he would take toe full nn their vountr minds "or xbb iiobji. Ite fewtK P 'moU. The reflations were sent to day of ot not,, oowplylng '..-.-reapoMltofUty 'J ewmteaied nc upon the vWt wa an hfi KeSUblie&B TTnrf i(Continued on Fifth Page,) Seaate- o eyea eo Wgh their iiriwe life (ConUBued on Fifth Paw.) k r.,rllirW,the ottteial of the City of DtOrfta. mm with the "SSI t oTof -- "..SK?: -- i -- ' "REFORM" SHE TELLS WHY Va-le- ra - first-han- The-Chl- N, " , ty-fi- ve -- in-a- ri.. -- ?-" ds e, stock-raise- rs s, -- week-State- s. two-ho- ur anu-ijawiu- uc - wi , Station-keepe- rs . R. under-nourlshme- nt 7 liv-ln- , Station- prl-ao- cere-sancti- on ibar-harlU- ea for-war- di UXXn,y JLt .- , mid-Weste- rn I. m " p"4' "" ... - Lloyd-nonri- ra - "f"!.""1 be l bjm v'y " o'! S?Mr;n.iJrieh?co1n!ihTe rnTetrofTastTVere raiiaV cce Sre 1 & ,e hedge-school- ieait X.. "t-- r HXJOKTST KENTUCKY IRISH JTJRIS AX&Ja-XtXGA- July 15 Annual picnic of St. Paul's church, Rivoll Park, Preston FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. of Irish Americana !rted to the Sodal and Motal Advancement Hibernians. Young and Catholics and Kentucky. July 17 Euchre and lotto for President of the Irish Republic Is Men's Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Time, opportunity and need all beckon you to build now. Promote the home beautiful and city benefit of Visitation Home, Fontaine Now In New York, His Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Ferry Park, afternoon and evening. beautiful plan, start local activities in trade, employ labor especially the returning soldiers and Native City 6 Annual lawn fete of July KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated. Publishers sailors looking for occupation. Its the patriotic thing to do, it's the sensible thing to do, it's tha St. Ann's church on grounds, Sevprofitable thing to do. BSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLEC0PY5C enth and Davles avenue. July 24 Annual picnic of St Matter. Entered at the Loutt vllle Poitolflce ai Aloyslus caurch, at Powee Valley, Direct Representative of People of ART AND ECONOMY IN HOME BUILDING. Watt Orean St. church grounds; (Mm, ( Communications to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Ireland to People of August 5 Annual picnic for Holy -America. Trinity church on Park grounds, .St. Matthews. August 5. Annual picnic and chicken supper of Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews, on church Will Appeal to Official America ' grounds. to Recognize Ireland Before I LOUISVILLE, .SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919 KY. . . . World. ' ' formu- ' of the league as at present T1US IS EASY. enjoy the greatest Iated We now STATEMENT TO BE 'ISSUED. Tomorrow wo celebrate the feast freedom and Independence and need A of Saints Teter and Paul and Cath- - be involved in none of the strifes ollc press day. A plenary Indul- - and quarrel3 of other nations. Will 111 gence inay be gained, on the usual such Independence and freedom be 4 tfkr H. J. Bojand, Honorary Secretary r-- T Mrs. Georgo Hoertz has Teturned and com- - impaired if we Join ihands with from a two weeks' visit in Chicago. of the Sinn Fein organization and -- . conditions of confession member of tho Irish National Asmunion, by all the faithful of both England, Japan, etc., in this league? Mrs. James T. Sweeney, of Chi- sembly, who is In America with PHbaoEcoMjcu. . part, both by Present Indications point to a bar- sexes, who will take cago, is President Do Valera, announced in a visit prayer and the presentation of an torlng of these great advantages now daughter, here forT. Laffan. with her New York City that the President Mrs. J. " foKTC i W .Cut .! offering, in the observance of the enjoyed by us, but perhaps it Is only was preparing a statement to the CcCHEtt, Misses Florentine and Marguerite) American people. Secretary Boland day. The Indulgence Is applicable seen as such in the light of the Ford were recent Sunday guests of Issued a lengthy letter from which to the souls In Purgatory. We President's explanations. we extract the following: Mrs. W. N. Dale at Eastwood. our readwould suggest to those of Eamonn De Valera President of Porch GIVES GOOD RULES. Mrs. C. D. Shea, of Jeffersonville, the Irish Republic, is in his native ers who may wish to gain this Inhas been spending tho week visiting city. He is here a6 the direct reprepredulgence tbat they make the The American Federation of La- relatives at Pleasurevllle, Ky. sentative of the people of Ireland, scribed "ottering" iby securing a new to the people of America. He is bor was wise and conservative subscriber for the Kentucky IriBh Shelly Sunday elected President of the" elected Mrs. James throughout all its deliberations and for Boston, to J.visit herleft daughter, Government of the Irish nation, American. It is cheering news that the radical Mm John F. Lynch, and Mr. Lynch. which ha3 deliberately determined 578 trTesT r"L6ofc Second Floor. "PLfttA DCAk.1 delegates were decisively beaten Itself as a republic. He was chosen HAVE LITTLE HOPE. Miss when they contended (for Bolshevist ville, is Gussio Hines, of Jefferson- by adult suffrage, through the in Indianapolis, and will peaceful, machinery of resolutions recently adopted and Socialist measures. Now that the spend the summer there and at the ballot. democratic The Nominated by no small great wor is over the abor problem Kokomo. by Congress on the Irish question group of special interest, nor yet De Valera was freehave been formally transmitted to will contront the American people. Mrs. Margaret O'Brien has reWhat the In this tho welfare of the country turned to her iwmQ in the city, after ly chosen by a three to one majority the Poaco Conference. people as the duly acof the outcome will be remains to be seen, Is Involved, and organized labor spending six weeks with friends at credited Irtoh spokesman of the Irish nais safe to conjecture that the should Hvj up faithfully to all Its Prestonia. but it tion. He Is therefore entitled to authority matter will receive no more consid- contracts. For example we cite the Mrs. J. M. Murphy, of New Al- speak for Ireland with andemocracy eration than on previous occasions. International Typographical. Union, bany, has returned from Detroit, from the standpoint of equal to that of of the In spite of the numberless demands which has always conoeded the em- where she spent several weeks with United States orthe President of the Premier of ployers the same rights demanded Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beck. made on our delegates at the con France or of Great Britain. Presl- ference that the Irish question be for its members. Mrs. T J. Grimes and family have ?ent ue vaiera nas unaeriaKen tnis Last Saturday two warning notes returned to their home at Meadow-- Journey at tno request, or nis uov- acted upon, nothing has been done. W1S presence is lntenaea have, been offered were sounded In Chicago, which de- brook, after spending a wek wlth.ernment' ,n Repeated eveuses a conspicuous mannci t mark serve tho careful consideration of relatives In the West End. and the whole matter skillfully sidethe esteem In which the Irish peo- every American trades unionist. tracked. Ireland Is asking no favor, MIss Fannie Weinedel was host'ple hold the people of America. His at a linen shower in honor of Miss personal connection with this coun- but merely demanding that the Irish William Howard Taft, speaking tho National Hardwood Lum- Verna M. Schleeel. whose marrlaee try. coupled with his well known people be not excluded from the apin addition to his principle of self de- ber Association, gave employers a engagement was recently announc- affectlon for it, a statesman, make plication of the qualifications as "rule of four" for "minimizing la- ed. The termination. It is ridiculous to pichim a suitable ambassador. 19 IK Rant visit of the President of the Irish urioo Annn Ttniivin ture England as the "friend of the bor dispute3 and rendering them Eighth street. New Albany, Is enjoy-- 1 Republic to America at this time Is downtrodden and oppressed," and harmless." Here are the rules: "Recognize the right of collective ing a two weens vacation visit witn fraught with grave Importance. Ho the "protector and saviour of all her sister, Mrs. William James, comes with a plan of reconstruction Artistic brick and stucco roslidence. Stucco panels form very pleasing effect to the eye. Bookcases snialTnatlons," lor her professed bargaining among workers. Floyd Knobs. tot Ireland, and will endeavor to inon each side of mantel in living room; French, doors between living room and dining room, also between "Support the honest, conservative terest American industries in tho democracy can in no way be recondining room and breakfast room, give exceedingly atoracuvo interior. Herbert R. Gohmann and bride, broad field of Irish commerce. He Four bedrooms, bath, ample olosets, hall and sleeping porch on second floor make this a most conciled with her practical autocracy. elements In the trade unions. Lula venient and desirable type ot dwelling. "Aid your employes to ibette. who was Miss trip, Kaelin, now on will float !n .America a bond issue Moreover, notwithstanding the fact will return next of the Iris1! Republic that will start their wedding Tuesday and be at home at 2301 that new icpubllc on a financial that America 'fought the war to free themselves. "Combat Bolshevism and I. V West Market street. plane equalled hy few and excelled Keep Times Good! all nations from the yoke of their It Will Furnish Employment Build Now! bv none. He will aDDeal to official uncompromisingly." oppressors and repeatedly proclaimThomas B. Newman, who arrived in Ktnnrl hv the Irish He- Taft said that his last week from Fanrce, and daugh- ed to the world that this high Ideal public and recognize, it before the CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE ..was the" object to be attained by her work on tho War Labor Board ter. Miss Dorothy Newman, of New world. ' "President De Vajera, with the sacrifices, our representatives In the showed thfct a great number of la- Albany, have been visiting ihla sisAND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: ters, the Misses Newman, dn approval 3f his Cabinet, comes to Peace Conference will not speak out bor troubles could have been avoidAmerica to plead the cause of Ire- ed merely by each side's making its for the independence of the Irish C. C. Mengel and Bros. Company !nrl JiAffirA fMa orinr roniihlln TTo Louisville Gas and Electric Co. M republic. Instead of acting as the position e'oar to the other. J5atJe Bi, IJyan nnd G?orge. has unbounded confidence in tho well known people of, Amerlcan pcopie, and he feels Warning that every strike or W. Webber, Norman Lumber Company Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER) protagonists of liberty and justice, were quietly as America expected, they were walkout In violation of the union on Monday at fit Augustine s. Rev. ,taln that America will insist upon Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. , The Caloric Furnace Company enforced, and bel helping Lloyd George and England, agreement with the Government was Michael Halpln performing the cere- - n Jmom 110 S. 4th. St. Pipe and Pipelcss Furnaces. he lhat America wi not Southern Brick and Tile Co. nail in the coffin of collective mony. whose .schemes are not being put "a nllrmlt the nonnlo of TrolnnH in ho T. Kisliop, Agtcnt, Cor. l.'tth and Ormsby Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. bargaining," was voiced by Judge forward for America's benefit. Cunningham, tho only white people In Europe or Central Glass Company Mr. and Mrs. Automatic "Water Heaters, 518 2 S. Second Samuel Alschuler during an Investi- Earl Cunningham Will John Pickett in the world condemned to slavery. and gation of labor difficulties in Chi- left the first of tho week to motor The President of the Irish Republic SHE IIM AX'S OUTBURST. cago packing plants. After hearing back to Cleveland, after a visit with was on the high seas when the Senate of the United States voted by CO speech of several union employes of Wilson & Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Walsh, 632 Lin- to 1 that ho be heard at Paris. The rabid . WA WEaAw?mmm coln court. BAMD CONCERTS When I Informed him of this vote Senator Shenpan, of Illinois, deliv- Co. explain their grievances he said: BEST VAVDEVIllE1 iifafM 7Vcr "Every time you men walk out, ered in tlio 'Senate Friday, didn't Miss Margaret Hanlon, of Cam- - heanswered: ' ""America is the hope of the HANGING sWIKMiNG POOL seem to be taken seriously by the as you have done in the past to hrlrinv ATosn . nrrlvpd ihprfi this week world fTXESTJlMILMiH nrSWnr I never for a moment nnd is vinltlnir Miss Helen McNair at country at large, and pretty near days, you are violating a contra sincerity of her war mEPAlttc tho summer home of her parents, doubted tho HWH CUSS CAFETERIA v RCSTAV&AUT DE LlrtP ...v all agree that his charges of Catho- between yoa and the Governme: n Mr. and Mrs. W. I. McNair, on the aims. BEWTIFUIi. FIRST GAME 2 P. M. "The vote of the' American. FeaerMansllck road. Opni lic domination fell flat. In this re- ana giving unionism a DiacK ey LiwisviijESBiG- L m.MMmrjmMWM-r- rvA.Vtf' latlon of Labor ana ot tne New iorK EAEV ,k-iYou are embarrassing your officials spect Editor Brisbane says: rtirtJ HlilrrW w uvurw nivinis wicra Osterhage, of Vin- - Board of Aldermen has been very Miss Fred To comfort Senator Sherman, tell In their efforts to carry out their cennes, who was tho guest of Mr. welcome news to him, and on in the agreement." him that the chief power Mrs. Joseph Schultz, Highland half of Ireland he bids me to offer The investigation was started at Park, and came to attend the 'the gratitude of his people. He has League of Nations will be the Britwedding, has re- read ot the great part America ish Empire, owner of a fleet upon the instance of certain packers who played In the liberation of Greece Reserved and Box Sento nt complained to the Judge that the turned to her home. Which France and Italy will lely. nnd of Cuba. Ho knows that tho Lea Lewis' Fourth and Mnrhet. Miss Mayme Salnlar was iiostess .United States Senate sent a war-a- t That fleet will count more than union men were not living up to the a reception given at her home ship for Kossuth to bring him to votes. England will have six votes wage and, working conditions award Byrne, America to plead the cause of his In honor or OWN YOUR HO.ME. against one rote for the United which he gave as arbitrator a year who returned Lieut, Thomaa from overseas. The stricken land. He Is aware that tho States. The real power in the ago. was carried out In. spirit of Washington and his prayer color scheme Representatlves'of all branches of Here are two men, not members red, white and blue. league will not be the Pope, .but the for Ireland's freedom finds an an- civic activity attended a meeting swering echo in America today. King of England. And before the of organized labor, giving good adwho has Miss Bertha Rogers, "President Do Valera comes to Tuesday afternoon in offices of tho NBHHIjiBfllRVBL King can put on his crown and call vice and rules that should be fol- been a student at the Sacred Heart America as the representative of the Louisville Title Company, at which King and Emperor, the lowed, and which would go far to Academy on Cherokee drive, left last oldest nation In Europe, a nation a plan was decided on at which the himself week for Frankfort, where she will whose mythology is equalled only Board Archbishop administering the oath eliminate aU labor troubles. Trade, at Its spend tho summer with her sister. by that of Greece; a nation that meetingof Wednesday, was directors' asks him: asked to Mrs. James L. Newman. preached ard spread the light of adopj; In the Interest of the Celebrate the Fourth of July by "Will you, to Uie utmost of your Christianity throughout tho world movement. C. power, maintain, the laws of God, paying tribute to the Fathers of the Louisville people registered at tho when the ancestors of the present Phillips, Chairman, appointed R M. M. profession of the Gospel, republic and attending the orphans' leading hotels and having a pleasant rulers ot Ireland were painting Bean, of the Louisville National the true time in iNew York City last week their bodies in the hills of Wales. Banking Company, as spokesman for picnic. and the PROTESTANT reformed were Miss C. Fallston, Miss C. Falla-ha- President De Valera speaks for a a delegation which appeared before religion established by law? And E. Capt. T. C. McCormlck, nation at whose shores the Romans the SACRED HEART. Stem, J. P. Love, T. Rloblnson and were halted. The Normans came noon,Board of Trade directors at will you maintain and preserve Inasked tho hoard to foster the violably the settlement of the and conquered England In one ba- campaign. Among those who atIn the presence of a congregation C. F. Bellecan. of England and the doc- that Allied Sacred Heart ttlethe battle ot Hastings. They tended tho meting were M. W. J. church Church Schneider, Miss Helen Annie finally, after o trine, worsnlp, discipline and gov- Sunday morning happy boys and daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. George Invaded Ireland and they were as- Young, representing the Optimists girls were, indeed when Rev. T. Schneider, were united in mar- - 500 yea'rs ot fighting, Club; Herman Wischmeyer, Engiby laws estab- Patrick Walsh gave ernment thereof, as them their first urlMi Tiiirvtlnl hlirh mnss Tues- - similated vind becamo, in the words neers and Architects' Club; W. J.i lished in England? And will you holy communion. The sanctuary .i the historian, 'more Irish than Rueff, Market-strephmv.h. of xirJv Improvement preserve unto the bishops and! was banked th palms and flowers . Following tho ceremony there was a the Irish themselves.' President De Association; Arthur G. Tafel, Louisspirit tand soul of ville branch American Institute of Valera voices clergy of England, and to- the and the thieo altars ablaze with- recentIon at 941 Vino street, where Gaelic Ireland.the He asks no paltry lights for ihe occasion These chllreceived churches therein, all such rights; dren and the class ot last year and flu h.innv couole legion of the con- dole from England, in exchange for Architects: T. H. Reardon, Louisrelatives ville Building Trades Council; J. E. gratulatlona of a n right to free- Merrick and J. M. Vollnier, Buildand privileges as by law do or shall others will rnpnlvn tho siirrninnnt nt andtrrands Ireland's dom. He has led Ireland out into ers' Exchange; Tristram Shook, ReFollowing appertain to them, or any of them? bnflvmatlon tomorrow. sun and tail Merchants' Association; H. W, the light of the noon-da- y MILITARY AVEDPING. The King answers solemnly, "All the mass last Sunday Father Walsh never again will she be driven back Riohl, Bettor Business 'Bureau; C.' conferred houors on the graduates, In the Beautiful Beech Grove at promise to do." Therefore of the parish school, which closei this I C. Hieatt nnd James H. Button, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bannon early as u British shire. back of the Protestant religion, and ono or its most successtui years, ms this week announced tho engage- "President De Valera comes to Louisville Real Estate Board; J. T. - .. . .. .. back of the "rights and privileges" i;uJllllli;iUIUl UVIfUllUlCUl liuw iUIVLH n..l. seek recognition of the dejure gov- Howlington, brick dealer; Peyton any K" 'Bannon to ernment of Ireland a government Bethel, Employers' Association and of the Protestant bishops and clergy as one of the foremost ofgreat schiol J,wni,?.1 ulV,r based on tho will ot tho people, a In the city and reflects & credit J"; M. Render, Louis- &..W. government brought Into being by Rotary Club; L. of England there are six votes in on the pastor and teachers. UICUU li';u iviouci, U. U. marriage will be solemnized this the peaceful application of the bal- ivHle Clearing House Association; league, and the entire English the morning at the Knights of Colum lot. He reels that' America, having Tampton Aubuchon, Louisville In FIRST SOLEMN MASS, PAYNE AND CAVEWOOD STS. fleet That ought to let Senator Foundation: bus Auditorium, Camp Zachary Tay- heard his story, will stretch out Its dustrial League; C. M. Paul Tafel, St. Paul's church, Jackson and lor, and will be a military wedding Phillips, R. Jovian Sherman sleep soundly as regards strousr arms and bid her welcome M. Bean and W. R. Helck, who Is Kentucky, presented an animated inteieht. To both is exthe immediate destruction of Take East Walnut and Creseent Hill Cars. and impressive scene Sunday morn- of muchw'shes for a long life of Bid her rise again, a free Irish Re secMtBry of the committee tended nubile, untrammeled and unchained. ing, every available seat being peace and happiness. He believes that America, in her when the Rev. Father Law 11ECOME BRIDES. rence Miller, O. M. C, celebrated love of justice and fair play, will WILSON COMING. NEW ALBANY. rise with one voice and in tones that Lawhis first solemn ma'ss Father Cupid was busy this week in St. will be heard over the seas demand rence .In his boyhood dnys having Last Sunday morning the mem- that the just cause of Ireland be Mary's parish, New Albany, Sunday President Wil6n expects to 'be been a member of cols' parish. At President De Valera morning. tRev. Father Sedbertz perhome next week, after which he will the mass Father Lawrence w.as the bers of Unity Council, Y. M. I., made settled now. ceremony for formed the Spend the day with us. All kinds of amusements, make a tour of the entire eountry celebrant; the Rev. Eugene P. a splendid appearance as they guarantees, on behalf of Ireland, Miss Lorettamarriage Preeeler and ' Mary to conduct herself support of the. League DonoUoe, pastor ot St, Paul's, dea- marched from ttieir club house at- that Ireland will hefitting the an- Henry E. Scharlow in the presence patriotic songs, etc. speaking la with the dignity con; and the Rev. Seraphto St. Mary's church, where they of NUWM. No doubt he will hftv Sahlang. O. M. C, pastor of St. tended the 7 o'clock mast and re- cient nation; that she will live in of many ot their friends. Plenty to eat and delightful music all day long. pretty wed Tuesday morning much opposition and erKietowi, to Anthony's, was Father ceived holy communion In a body.- peace and hnrmony with all peoples; ding was solemnized a with nuptial wlll not seek a quarrel that, cents. Children under fourteen Tickets twenty-fiv- e contend with, tout we .utawdy hop Bede acted a assistant prieet, and Rev. Father Selbertz was he eele- with' she people any under the sun; that mass by Rev. William Selbertz when preaohed the sermon of the oc- - brent of the maes and preached a be will be able to expkla to Hie aleo to the altar Mies free. oaeion. After the mteM the mem brief but forceful sermon, pointing (she will live her own life, In her Walter MoCoun led satisfaction ot all the utility aod ber ot the congregation received 'out to the young anen.,tiheir duUeo own way, and la 'the .spirit of good Sophia Welz, many friends- - being Gates open from 9 o'clock a. in. until 1 1 p. m. present to witness the ceremony. member the young priest' bieeeiog. advisability, of becoming to their country and their religion. will toward a,U peoples' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 15-1Second-Cla- n 319-32- MEMN. COmNG EVENTS. DE VALERA 1 GJb ( ri -- i SOCIETY. 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Naturally tho same A GRADE FOR EVERY PURSE 2550 014 South Third St. sociability will prevail in the future, and our local enterprises will be ACCESSORIES PISK TIRES shorn of all their excluslveness and 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. narrow sectarianism. Indeed social It J?"a Timely Advice Offered by the Bidiop service is so fast becoming the only This Great American Order Now O'LEAUY & CO. JOHN B. SAM !L. cult of the English people that any of Northampton In Pastoral Faced by Gigantic Peace Headquarters for creed will be welcomed which can Letter. show a steady output of work and OONTRAOTOa FOR Task: PROPERTY CITY AND FARM fflWBJTfTP"YffiBBffiBaBBBB' bbbbbbbbbbbbbw workers. Catholics have no reason See us about anything la real ALL KINDS OF CONCSUHTS WOWL to fear such a test. Drawn out of estate. We sell, buy and rent. our comparative Isolation during the 'yeaBBBaBBMHIHg5B5MBBlBMSBBBBBBBi BBBhBBBBBBBz 1815 S. Tweaty-slit504 W. JEFFERSON ST. I' BC Catholic? 'Should Combine Construc- past four years, we have proved both Have Big Future Work to Aid Home Phone City 4464. our willingness and capacity. The Home Phone Shawnee S6S r tive Effort With Negative in Care for Nation's larger opportunities that are openSEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. ing before us must not catch us InProtests. Youth. different or unprepared. To turn Loans to those having regular inWM. P. BANNON them to account, and to obviate the comes or salary, with no publicity dangers that will unincidental or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTBRHR doubtedly crop up. we need but to Accomplishing Remarkable (Operation In Social Work Ear- develop Results n their personal security. the nfachlnery which alBrook and Bloos nestly Urged by Distinguished in Vocational Training for F. B. POOLEY, ready exists for that very purpose." Building, City 8380 Room 1, Courier-JournThe prelate then offers some sug Prelates. Cumb. S. 161-Our Soldiers. gestions as to how this machinery 41S S. Fourth Street. is to be developed; he does this by referring to his observations in Home City 2803 "We were agreeably sur- FOSTER THE AMERICAN SPIRIT. r. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR WORK HIS REFERENCE TO AMERICA. America. A SFECIAITT prised in the United States." he Incorporated. writes, "at tbe exceedingly good reFRED HORNUNG, JR. . pute achieved by our home organi0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. zations. The publications of our PLUMBING AND GAS FrTTrwra The Knights of Columbus were There is undeniably a tendency Of Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Por Both Phones 4202 among Catholics in our country to Catholic Social Guild especially were well known before they ever ven712 West Jeffersoa Street known and valued everywhere; and condemn things they find to be the strongest desire was expressed tured Into war relief work. But Louisville, Kjr. wrong in public life and thus to since they went into that exacting on both for combined "SOUTHERN STAR" strive to have the wrong righted. of the Atlantic.action certainly sides line of endeavor and made a decidHome Phone Shawnee 801 We have But there Is another duty Incumbent much to gain by such an alliance. ed success of It, they have found SLICED BACON HENRY G06S on the of constructive ef- Efforts ought to be made to estab- themselves not only famous, but dethat fort in bringing about positive bet- lish sociological schools in all our pended upon hy the nation to do "All Ready for Your Griddle la the Roofing, GuUerlBr, SpoaUsa Morning" terment, Instead of merely engaging main centers of population similar big things In time of peace just as Tin rioofs Repaired and FakiM" In negative criticism. Both duties to those which are to be seen in they did big things during the iwar. HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty William J. McOInley. Supreme that of protesting when necessity every American city. Catholic young LOUISVILLE PROVISION 00. 8Q11 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. arises for protest and of construc- men and women are there trained, Secretary of the Knights of Colum Incorporated tive work, oven to the extent of co only to take an intelligent in- bus, who lecently returned to his GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. operating with those not of our not home in New York after an official terest in social questions, tut to DEAD ANIMALS faith are clearly stated by the equip 'the.nselves for public posi- visitation to the far Northwest K. Incorporated. Oishop of Northampton In a pa3toral tions. Including the many paid posts of O. jurisdictions, states that he HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) A. Lazar, Manager letter. What the Bishop, the night which there, as here, are provided has come brfck to the East with a sense of this new responsibility Call Home Phone City 721; Money Advanced on Your Plain Not Rev. Frederick William Keating, by the local and central ail! west Jefferson. Street seeks to impress upon his people is They who have no call authorities. which the country desires the Cumb. Phone Main 721. to the re- Knights of Columbus to (Second Floor) valuable to American Catholics also. ligious life, yet are strongly attracttake. This LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. The Bishop treats also of one or ed to social service, are thus ena- was Impressed upon him at every Home Phone City 2967. two other interesting topics, based bled to And at once their living and point he t.uched on his western NATIONAL HATTERS on experiences gained during his re- their vocation as district nurses, trip. cent visit to the United States. "While no concrete programme HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Home Phone City 1931 health officers, Infant welfare visi- has been put forward yet," says The Bishop insists on "indepen- tors, and In such like employments. TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. All Kinds of Footwear For the dence of view" among the English At New York we came across sev Secretary McOInley, "there is cer825 W. Jeffersoa St., Louisville, Ky. Family Wholo Catholics, saying that no Catholic eral hundred young people being tainly a wide and strong feeling Suits Pressed While You Walt. should "be content to be a mere prepared for municipal appointments among the Knights of Columbus and Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Two HAMBLY'S Stores pawn of some political party, the In the sociological school of Ford-ha- among the mass of people who know You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms aa4 of the war of tho Shaw. 1716 Bats a Specialty. Work. Called For Endorsed by leading Men and Newspapers of Kentucky blind disciplenegligent noisiest demUniversity, on the twenty-eight- h the value Knights K. of C. now work, 20th and Portland. agogue, the that the and negligishould stand 18th and Magazine City 7164 and Delivered. Our Motto: "Serriee. floor of the Woolworth definitely attention and Quality." of his trade union, building!" forward as promoters and ble hanger-obeneficial the dead echo of the party press." There are some very helpful sug- agents orof peace. The movements In rxoras'a raoviDixT assacxATxas Knights have THB SIGN OF QUALITY He says that the "Catholic working gestions in this pastoral letter of times Incorporated class Is in a position calling for the Bishop of Northampton. The a vast reconconstruction work in 7411 moral courage of the highest type references to America are essentially hand, which comprises the most Was Orrsaliea by WelUkaown dttstu East 180 to Mak at this critical moment." and urges correct, but only American Catholics widely ramified employment service KENTUCKX X, A 3T 8 the men of this class to register a themselves will ever Teallze how far in the country, with over 1,800 buLAUNDRY strong protest against the guidance they are from living up to the reaus and over 37,000 workers. In Oa raroltttx and Otfcsr Vsrseaal CO. Irresponsible leaders. "Let them." Bishop's assertion that Catholics are vocational training for disabled solof 7sSrty at Incorporated "employ their voting training for social service "in every diers the Knights are also accomhe advises, HOWES! JU.TXS 2 plishing remarkable results, having strength and Influence manfully, to American city." The COLEMAN BUILDINQ power those contained in the implicit suggestion thriving schools In some of the Underbill St. dismiss from office and k,TaVy obligation great camps. A comprehensive S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Geo. Dearborn who misrepresent the truo alms of of living, up to the compliment Both Phones ztIS trade unionism, and to replace them Manager and the other that of com- Americanization programme is also by honest men who will promote the bining constructive effort with nega- under way a programme whose interests of their own class without tive protest should he seriously ap- practice will be the fostering of the Medliy Hitil and Restaurant JNO. P. MORTON & CO. declaring an unjust war on every preciated by all American Catholics. true American spirit in foreign-bor- n aspirants for citizenship and their other class." 7'fnifin1 C. B. of C. V. INCORPORATE3D Shell Rim Right Services children through the K. of C. counBut firmness of conscious convici'ri cil unit. tion, and the launching of strong Right Prices iabllshed 1830. Loni.yilU.Ky. Mountings LEAVES FOR BELGIUM. protests 'is not all that is necessary. "But the idea gaining more and Day and Night more support throughout the counvery correctly urges Msgr. Keating OFFIGB ODTFITTMS Rev. Julian T. Pletors, pastor of try Is that the 'Knights of Columbus with helpconstructive 620 WEST MARKET ST. STATIONERS Holy Trinity church at Frederick-towClirVP LC1I&6S B,.va clear- shrp vision at any angle PHZMfBRB should sponsor, in every city of VHI WGCJJ ful agencies outside of our ranks. without distortion. They also perleft last week for Belgium, practicable size, the erection and "An attitude of protest," he says, mit mountings to be set close to the face beyond angle Of- usual vision but still "though sometimes Incumbent on a where he will spend the summer vis- maintenance of a large social cen- Both Phones 2405 allow ample room for in winking. ter, under Catholic auspices, hut Catholic. 13 by no means the whole, iting his family and relatives. 0 0. with doors open to all. These cenor tho rao3t effectual part of his in by allowing use of lenses Adolpb Reatllnger Shell Rim mvuiiuilga re.ce ters, it is proposed, should contain fluence. In a country which is pre without screwholes. They also BUILDER dominantly Protestant, and .where tressing highlight reflections from the edgesabsorb disrecreational facilities for young peoINSURANCE of lenses. ple and educational facilities for Because of the shell temples, they fit snugly and comall kinds of false theories gain a TORNADO, LIABILITY AND fortably over the ears and keep lenses In perfect ad- 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET both young and old. As a matter of nearly every popular following, PLATE GLASS fact, and appropriately enough in movement is associated with objecHome Phone Shawnee 1010 SOUTH THIRi) STREET 123 aWv mk Columbus, Ohio, the idea has not & pair of tionable elements, objectionable ad.SbbbIbbbbBMbIf Lenses with any desired jnjjpjjpjjpnjajjpjjpjnjjasj only been propounded it is being vocates, objectionable proposals, or mounting In Mock, case and cord &s fe BBBaHVBBaBBaWi9 fi" LOUISVILLB SAVINGS put to the test. A campaign for SOUTH complete objectionable methods. It is enough ?)4.DU FRANK A. OHLMANN flsmflffipsaVHswa AND DEPOSIT BANK $300,000 for this very object is now to refer to the education question, Slightly curved lenses with any Kryptok Bifocal Lenses Tor near under way with every prospect of the temperance question, as well as Fourth and Central Avenue 000 East Fraaklla Street ' desired mounting In stock, case and far Wslon; any mounting in success. Columbus may lead the the labor question. To coldly refuse n and cord com- stock, case and cord Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving AA way to similar campaigns in all the because some of the plete complete O.UU larger cities and In many of the Deposits. A General Banking Busi GROCERIES AND, FRESH MBATS persons or some of the measures are Cumb. Main 9 6 smaller ones. A drlv? in New York ness Transacted. not all that a Catholic would wish Is contemplated for the fall. Our Is neither wise nor patriotic. K. PFED7FER can Tl "The Knights of Columbus on the whole. aaBBBHBHHaV not return to their former status of M. whatever their limitations, are honFLORIST a widely organized but privately estly bent on social betterment, and jnjBJHJjjjjS&MBF t .BHb1 421 South Thirty-eight- h Street WHOLESALE BHBJBSBBBBB2 working organiztion. The Knights bibBHBBB TOBACCONIST have remarkably open minds on the IfbaflsSnaMsl.MBBaBaV must and will keep moving forward. Cut Flowers. Plants and Funeral Bubject. Objectionable people become lose objectionable when we get 900 West Mais Street Works. awflnBHBaBBwflBBBwJBawaawaaa ' With a rapidly increasing membership and an organization atoned to Phone Shawnee 559-to know them. Objectionable feaLouisville, Ky. the highest efficiency by capable tures can be eliminated from a fulfillment of an Immense war and BJBBJBBJBMJHJHJHjBJHJHJHjMBajBBJjajBJBJH scheme by frank and friendly disHighland 1033 reconstruction task, the Knights are For Rent, Sale or cussion. Anyhow, wrongs ought not JOHN B. WATHEN prepared to assume new work as it to be left unredressed until an ideal JOS. V. SPANINGER Exchange. FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER becomes plain to them that they are scheme of reform is forthcoming; nauua ok VAN and if we turn down those that are $5.85 AND UP aW .ftBHlfa.lfa.lfa.VaHi t qualified to do it and do It well. The GROCERY AND SALOON. FINE BBHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH friends proposed, our W BBBBfaBfaBfaKfaBfaBfaBfaw ' war proved the strength of the WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS 2535 West Walnut Street Knights of Columbus, and now that aw are entitled to demand from us a PICNIC PARTIES A SPBOIALTY peace Is here that strength must be W flBfaBfaBfaBfJBfaBBfaBfH 378 Baxter Aveaue better. Even an Imperfect scheme V inuunruiuTH Home Phone Shawnee 1986 maintained In service for the public may be got to work well If well ad. Botk Pbeaaa 135 333 "W, Mala Street ministered; but the administration good." T tttRa-YOW(r hardly likely to be committed to J!"uavr EDWARD J. TJOSLER. hose who refuse to lend a hand in S m4 Both Soth ie framing of it. The exigencies 2PbSBM Edward J. osier, of Bosler & Vhoats as everypne knows, of Leave Your Bros., was elected Counselor to 'the have broken down social and reUTUKHWs Chamber of Commerce of the United ligious barrier, and have brought States at the convention of the NaPor Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Local and long distance movtag 'With together all sorts and conditions of iCAPT. ELSIE JANIS. nd tional Leather and .Shoe (Finders' As- 'motor vans. furniture. D&oklne Sc oeeele la an unorseedeated way. oniMHRff. au worc guaranteed. Affectionately known .to the A. E, sociation ii Cincinnati. H has been and tiRMten oneeriHiiy furaisfcea free of. fcMMILBl Mora than 35,000 Bask Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total Wewtea especially, of all creedssame F.,at "That Regular Feller," home. a prominent ngure ax, national classes, have worked oa deport ei more thaa f 10,000,000, ie the monument of confidence built by the committees, have nursed the the again aster a year and three moatha meetings of the leather xuemen for eharge. AKXOI.B a aa in people of LeuieviUe at this safe, conservative bank, 1 weaty Faar HMur aWrviea. ' a same hospitals, have been associated of almost continuous penforaMiees many years and is conceded to be (Incorporated) of the same for the entertainment of American one of the leaders la the leather in In tbe management 512 S. Sacoasd St, UuwtUI 4tS Wset Kala attest dustry of the United 0taes. MARKET AT SECOND huts, buffets, soldiers' clubs and soldiers in France. UNDER TUB BIG CLOCK APPRECIATIVE k. or c. JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. Louis A. Broring, D. 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Work Our called for and delivered. work and service will please you. TRY ".THEPILLtTHATlWIlJL" ' WCNRYC. HCRR Loumvtm,' wv.r ing of. the sixteenth annual convention of the Catholic (Educational Association in St. Louis Tuesday morning. Delegates has been coming In since Saturday, and all gathered in tho beautiful Cathedral Tuesday morning for the opening mass, when a stirring address was given by Most Rev. Archbishop Glennon, the metropolitan of St. Louis. On Monday the Executive Board (held its regular annual meting, and there were also preliminary meetings on that day of the Advisory Committeo and of tho executive committees of different departments. In the evening Archbishop Glennon, assisted by distinguished laymen and clergy of the city, gavo a reception to the priests and brothers In attendance at the convention, at St. Louis University. The convention proper opened Tuesday morning in tho Cathedral School Auditorium, with an address by the President General, (Right Rev. Thomas J. Shalian, D. D. After the usual reports and the appointment of committees for convention work, a most timely and thoughtful paper on "The Reasonable Limits of State Activity," written by Most Rev. William O'Connell, Cardinal Archbishop of Boston, was read by Right Rev. John B. Peterson, rector of St. Seminary, John's Ecclesiastical Brighton, Mass. The next general session was held Tuesday night at St. Louis University, when Rov. Henry Spalding, S. J., St. Xavier College, Cincinnati, read a paper on "Readjustment of Time Element n Education." The discussion of this paper was general and various phases of the topic received consideration from those specially Interested. "Vocational Education in a Democratic Society" was the subject of the paper presented at tho next general session of the association 'held Wednesday morning in the Cathedral School Auditorium, by Rev. John A. Ryan, D. D., Catholic University of America. Under the auspices of the on Curriculum with Rev. P. J. McCormick presiding, the general session of Wednesday evening listened to two papers of much Interest: "Differentiation of Studies dn the Seventh and Eighth Grades of the Elementary School: Viewpoint of Junior High School," .Rev. W. J. Fitzgerald, Superintendent of Parish Schools, bf Hartford, Conn.; and "Differentiation of Studies in- the Seventh and Eighth Grades of the Elementary School: Viewpoint of Preparation," Brother Vocational Bernardino, P. S. C, Cathedral High School, Duluth, Minn. The final general session was held Thursday ieom-mittee A largo attendance of prominent Catholic educators marked the open- noon by Rev. P. D. O'Connor, Louis. Very Rev. John F. Fenlon, Bided 'Rov. J. Jtyan presidThe topic for. discussion was "Tho Licensing and Certification of Parish and High School Teachers." Representatives from the flvo women's colleges, members of the North Central Association, read reports of the conditions existing In the Mlddlo West relative to this problem, and plans were outlined to meet a situation which our schools aro facing. At the next session Miss Clare I. Cogan, first President of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae, read a paper on "How the (Federation of Catholic Alumnae Can Promote tho Parish High School." A new section of the Parish School Department made its appearance this year, in tho shape of Catholic educational work for negroes, an organization for tho promotion of which was formed tho past year under the auspices of RIghf Rev. D. J. O'Connell, Bishop of Richmond. Rev. Charles Hannigan was secretary of this meeting, organization was perfected, papers read, and tho work thoroughly outlined. Papers Telatlng to parish school work proper were many and valuable. Rev. Joseph F. Smith, President of tho Parish School Department, presided at tho various sessions held in the Cathedral school. Discussions followed all these papers and many points of importance to all concerned were brought out. Rev. F. A. CMoellor, S. J presided e at the conferences of the Section, which were as usual well attended. The Sisters attending the convention held their conferences at the Academy of the Sacred Heart. Very Rev. James A. Burns, C. S. C, preVery sided at these conferences. Rev. E. A. Pace, D. D., of Washington, read a paper at the first conference on "The Spirit of tho Teacher," and at the' second session on Wednesday afternoon, "The Trend of Educational Legislation" was treated by Rev. Paul Blakely, S. J., associate editor of "America." A paper on "The Visiting Physiid tho Parish cian His 'Place School," wan read before the local teachers' meeting Thursday after at 2:30 p. m., ing. IHERAROHAL CONFERENCE. en-ti- ro t Best Gears Made "SEE US." Liberty Electric and Deaf-Mut- The call for a meeting of the Company hierarchy of the United States at tho Catholic University at Wash- 'As Near to You at tbc Nearest Phone" Oar Motto: Prompt Service. Ilet. ington on September 24, issued by to Work, Satisfied Customer. Cardinal Gibbons, Chairman of the FUNERAL FLOWERS General Committeo on Catholic AfPhone City 2700 fairs and Interests, is to be tho first 745 S. Sixth St. Louisville, Ky. gathering of its kind since ho Third A A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 Plenary Council of Baltimore In 1884. Tho purpose of tho conference Is thus briefly outlined: Ohio River Fish "To organize committees to study and work for the welfare .of tho RECEIVED DAILY. church and the country, particularly OHIO RIVER along social and educational dines. Wi fiCMUL snot It will discuss not only purely ecpoo Iburth Awnw lawvUr 1 clesiastical, problems, but social and educational problems involved In Wo telegraph Flowers Everywhert legislation under consideration by Congress, will formulate a uniform Catholic policy, and as far as possible, diocesan activities." A meeting of all tho 'Bishops of the A SPECIALTY. country for tho discussion of Catholic affairs will hereafter take place & Boyer Fish Co. each year. A general programme of Catholic activities will be drawn up 311 East Jefferson Street. at these .conferences, and a fund is uuiuempiarea to carry it Into sucHome City 10 6 L cessful operation. Preparations for wis coming meeting will bo made by a general committee and the The Best Bug and Roach work of the conference Itself will Killer on the market, because probably be continued we guarantee It to kill or no pay. by a permanent bureau to bo later LOUISVHjLE CHEMICAL CO. Round Trip established at the canltal. ATrinnp Kha oi,l.in( 108 South Third Avcnuo tentatively suggested for considera City 8222 Main 1805 ON STEAMERS tion Dy uarmnai Gibbons are "the raising of a fund for the Holy See, America homo and foreign missions, Queen City the Catholic University, Catholic educaAt 5 P. M. Every Friday. tion In genera.l, tho Catholic press and general legislation." Repair Fresh JaNlllBliiplSlfc rail Segal $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 $2 and The Influenza Makes Eyes Weak. St. pro- - nary Department, where the papers and discussions wero of paramount importance. "The Seminary and the Social Duty of the Church," by Itev. F. V. "Corcoran, C. M., D. D., of Ken-ric- k Seminary, St. Louis, was the first paper: and at the second session a paper1 was read on "The Seminary and the Missionary Duty of the Church," Very Rev. J. A. Walsh, Maryknoll. The final session was given over to a symposium on "The Preparatory Seminary." Concluding the convention tho new Executive Board held a meeting In the headquarters at Hotel Jefferson, closing a most successful and Important meeting of the Association. OVEK MILLION MARK. at the sessions of the Semi- ItEPORT. Warm praise for .both the Knights of Columbus and the Special Committee of tho National Catholic War Council is given dn a report of the activities of these and other organizations of a similar character, made to the Secretary of War by Raymond B. Fosdlck, Chairman of the Commission on Training Camp Activities, who has just returned from France. Chairman Fosdlck, with whom the Secretary of War Is In substantial accord, points out very frankly tho faults of theso organizations. He cays, for example, that a legitimate criticism of the Knights of Columbus is .that the amount of Its work In France is not an iir as dts allotment from tho general runu raised in the last great drive wouiu warrant, and he suggests that uiey are losing an opportunity in not employing women; But the faults of the Y. M. C. A. aro pointed out no less frankly. Some of the criticism of tho organization, he says, is merited, though much of it Is without foundation. He attributes many of Its difficulties to lack of adequate personnel; and of Its work In the army canteens says flatly: "I Relieve it was a mistake for the Y. M. C. A. to go fnto this business at all." TIMELY QUESTION. FOSDICK'S MEET THE BOAT TRIPS Every Sunday at 9 a. m. from Third I make a specialty of fitting and River. glasses to these cases and have had Phone Main or City 141. wonderful success. Call and seo me before It goes too far. E. P. SMITH, Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN & SON, 320 West Market street. Double Hot Water Heaters Copper Coils Price rirffKH FOR NOW IS TUB TIME STRAW HAT CLEANING. Avoid the rush by con sulting us now. Panama Hat Cleaning1 and Block- $12-5- 0 Connecting ing our specialty. NATIONAX, HAT CLEAJTINCJ C33 WOJtXS $4.00 Albert Smith, Prop. WEST MARKET STREET Home Phone. City 5161 Solid Coll Guaranteed Satisfactory 1845 Date $0.50 DRIHK W. M. CISSELL St. Home Shamiro 1C01-- J. Jkpf 8 If You Are an Employer And Need a Girl Worker, OR Four of our States have each a Catholic population of over one 3,089,266; million New , York, Pennsylvania, 1,867,000; Illinois, 1,481,789, and Massachusetts, mww 'H. Tag3MWBCa....-LJMm i TTTTSTi ' '' '" . ' !fe5 fal - V$ ? 1 -; ,?,- - - ;, BaaBHBaaaaV1BY aimMH" C'i. ;aiaaF&jSBiiV afcBTBlB'l )SaasaaaaafiSfiyjaw4L!M t TRY US We glvo special and prompt atwork. tention to 645 SOUTH rOUXTX AVZNUE LOUISVILLE, KY. Home Phone. City 231 Cumb. Phone, Main 1288-out-of-toY "The Attitude of Catholic Towards Higher Education," by Kev. A. J. Burrowes, S. J., of Creighton UniForjjSale by Your Druggist versity; "The Problem of Americanization." by Prof. W. J. McAulIffe, OX BUY? SO YOU WAXT TO SEW or packages. New York City; "The Advisability find a In can Sell or Trade I of Establishing a Conference of Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mine or --Property of any kind or descrip- Teathers of the Classics," Rev. Win. tion. We have Businesses and Knter- Cary, C. S. XJ., Rev. 'James J. Daly, or every Kinu tor mib in m- Phone Shawnee 42. hUbb S. J.: "Military Training." Very (Rev. mapt any parc or jieniucicy, ioiu ana othes stales, Moynlhan, St. (Paul.i Humphrey To Bay If Ton Waat or Private or Sell at Minn. Interesting reports were ofSal. Aaetten We Are Motor Doctors, Skilled Ex fered, by Rev. M. Sohumacher, Notre Writ, er Call Dame, Ind.j Itev. Miohael Cotter, perts Are Ready to. Serve Yob. ev. B. iP. Garesche, Convent, La.; bvwi&mb HEW GOVERNOR GENERAL. Full line of Tlree, Tubes aad S. J., of St. Louis, and Very Rev. Tires aad Tubes Vule&a B. 'P. O'Reilly, g. M., Dayton, Ohio; The Earl of Athlone, brother of laed. obargad aad re A great deal of valuable Information Queen Mary, who it is reported will LOUI8VILLH TKUfT MXfO, paired. Batterlea waa")brousht out 'by the discussions soon be appointed Governor General ox uanjjo to suoeeea ,me jjuk w city FOWMAWD AUTO RBCAIR CO., 1b thU department. The conference of Catholic Col- - DovotiBhire, who H is understood 87T V. Twentr-aUxtf- c St. Jge tor Women opwwd on Tuesday j wiH oon retire. .."v . DoYouWinttoSellorBuy They work like a charm. Everyljbox sold to satisfy or your moneyjrefunded. 25-ce- noon. Much interest centers every year in the departmental meetings, where papers of import to tho various phases of direct educational work are presented. In the Department of Colleges and Secondary Schools, a largo number of such subjects came up for discussion this year, notably aflLiiilS How many Americans know that And Need a Position the funds of tho people have been used by underlings at Washington MAGNETOS STARTERS Sain 3359 City 3359 CALL US to promote legislation wJilch, in the word.s of Senator Thomas, could be GENERATOR5 Women's Activities, intended only to increase tho numRepaired By Factory Experts ber of Federal emoloyes and to ax- National Catholic War Council tend the powers of .those already in Brushes for all makes of starting 057 South Fourth St. onicof u is notorious tnat for at and lighting systems. All work year tho Bureau of Educa least a East Side Fourth, Near Broadway, tion, a division of the Department guaranteed ono year. CAMILLE DETERT, of the Interior, has been circulating Automotive Elect. Service Co. Employment Bureau. articles and periodicals advocating South Third Street the Introduction of Prusslanlsm Into this country, through the enaotment Phone City 1833. of the Smith bill and similar atrocities. Whether or not other of the public funds have been used to nav Sire xoor bora as edaoettom (aat will Editor, has mado scores of his prepare taeaa lor uxe.., readers from 50 per cent, to BOO speakers who have defended the Smith bin, or to defray the exDenses ST. XAVIER'S XOLLEQE per cent, on investments, who have followed his "tips" on what to buy of conferences and conventions to further Its progress, the lnvestlea- - lis W. Sroa&war, XoalavUle, Xj. and when to sell, in oil and mining tlon asked by Senator King may Conducted by Hie Xaverlaa Brother stocKs, 'during past year. Ho knows ana BuBlneei "Who's Who" In tho oil game. All Sclenuflo possibly disclose. Whatever the re- Classical, confidential. sults of the proposed Investigation, Courses. PreDaratorv Department, Largt- Information strictly Swimming Pool, Well EqulMied uymnYear's subscription to Kentucky Oil me aanger or allowing petty offi- (lum. Terms moaerate. rc Beajawiln, Ttr. Journal $2. (Free .with each new cials, or any official, whatever his subscription a beautiful map of rank, to use public money, IndepenKentucky oil fields an artist's Idea dently of Congress, to further his of an airplane view of the State, peculiar apd usually worth 5; 14x22 inches.) Wrlto view.s and projects, is obvious. It for free sample copy 16 pages. Is a vicious practice, dangerous In Illustrated, 411-41- 2 we extreme, and should be crushed building, Louisville, Ky. , at once. So If You Are a Girl Worker OLD HAN HARRIS f FRED ERHART ARCHITECT""" mI Inter-Southe- rn nt CALLED OFF CAMPAIGN. NORTON BUILDING Jefferson AUTO OWNERS HHiflni9iHNBiliH One of the most pleasing things W. Center Feurti ever enjoyed by a K. of O. Council N. was the stupendous success attending, the "campaign" of Cleveland (Ohio) Council to raise $150,000 MESSENGER MEN'S BLACK OR TAN -,- - xoxak 781-J- v6aJSa house. It was the Intention to open (DAY OR NIGHT.) the campnJgn on Monday of last week and 7un It for four days, but 009 SOUTH PDOTH STREET. on the evening previous, at what was intended to be the opening We purchase and deliver theater meeting of the proposed oamnalra. tickets,- lunches, railroad tickets, - for the erection of a new club SERVICE W0RKSH0ES $3.50 to. $600 These shoes are world, heaters they look well aad they stand the bangs of servloe. They are designed aad built for service aad they reader that atrvloe. was announced that subeariptkms berths, etc. Prompt, and reliable totaling $165,000 had already been messengers for all kinds of personal secured and tha "eaiDlao." was and private business. Phone City called off. . K SPALDING SHOE CO. KajXTUXTX Out of the AKD nt XAVU! High-Re- ""; .r.:U'4Ane raw KYwniras O District . BaBBMBsaBBBBBBtBjaMisBBaasaBBsvjBBaaajBBjeejs JO&roOrXJOKY "'5Wf i-- i' IRISH AJJkERIOAJKT. "B&etfS hVVVyVVVVVYYYMVV)YVYyYyYYYVUtyYyYYV Zi JmM sZf iffwmmWk. MMMmmWmmk - JmMMMMMMMMMmm. 0mmMMMMMmmmk'f mm WASHING MB flBft soAjwogns towsvnlc Mw Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. l c BY MAGIC-KELLE- R SOAP WORKS INCORPORATE! ! PLAYTIME HAS COME! PREPARE the children now to enjay every minute of the summer vacation. Come to our children's store and get the proper footwear. SANDALS, TENNIS AND fLAY SHOES S1.00 TO (MAIN FLOOR BALCONY) lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAyrtNnHnHr V . " jfStmM 1 ll a 1 3r aaaair i The Last Dollar i i i $3 00 ! That yon ipaat for samatklag yeu did NEED would have lUrtas a saviwus auuounjp with tali bask; to bear later.it COMPOUNDED twic a year; There MAY COM time wkaa yor "LAST DOLLAR" oust be i peat for lemethiac yon DO NEED. The SAVING m of tb. delln yen are wUi2 might keep that "hard time" frem ever cetag, &. nt mmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmm I now wrrn angels. The many friends and acquaintances of Mr. William J. Chawk, of 1338 Floyd "street, are extending to them their sincere sympathy over the los sof their little son, Thomas Edward Chawk, , who died Sunday afternoon alter a short illness of tonsilitls. .Bright and affectionate, the handsome little fellow was a universal favorite with relatives and friends, who sincerely mourn his with the loss, but aio consoled thought that God called him when pure and innocent to join his angel choir in heaven. He was a nephew of 'Dr. John W. Chawk and a grandson of Mr3. Mary Chawk, of South Sixth street. GLAD TO BE HOME. Two young Irish soldiers, who saw real service at the front in France, glad to be home and re ceive the welcome of their friends, TO IRELAND IN SIXTEE N HOURS. aeroplane, flrut heavier than air machine to make non-sto- p Photo of the Vickers-Vim- y Atlantic flight. The biplane left St. John's, Newfoundland, Saturday afternoon and landed at Cllfden, Ireland, Sunday morntwenty-seve- n ing, completing the trip in sixteen hours and minutes. Right hand insert, Lieut. Arthur W. Brown, navigator; left hand insert, Capt. Johi Alcock, pilot. These men win the ?50,000 prize for nonstop Atlantic flight. NEWFOUNDLAND Ky. Title Savings Bank m and Trust Co. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. FINE SHE TELLS WHY (Continued from First Page.) there was nothing I could do. I was eighteen years old, but I knew less than a child of eight. But God was good to me. I fell in with a good priest and 1 went to confession to him, and he told me to come and see him, and he was my staff for three years. Oftentimes It was cruel hard, for I worked as a servant girl, and I would hear the people talk about the "low Irish," when, sure, it wasn't their fault at all, for they were not allowed to have any schooling, not even allow ed to live in their own country. But then I'd go into the church and look at Him there all alone on the altar, and after a while 'twould be all right again But my heart would be lonely when I thought of my poor old mother in Ireland, and my little brother and sister that I would never see: and often I hadn't a dol lar, not even a penny in my pocket, and it's not on my back that it would be, but I sent it home to help out my mother. I don't want the Irish to bo rich; maybe It wouldn't be good for them, hut sure, why can't they be allowed to live at home and get All over some schooling at homo? you will find Irish families broken up, the boys arid girls In America and Australia and everywhere and maybe only the poor old iather and mother at home. Why is that? Why can I not think that the Irish ought to have a chance like any other people and not be looked down on? .And it cuts me to the heart to have people laugh at the Irish and look down on them, and make fun of them; and to have them tell how the Irish are rebels and fools. I am ignorant, but I think they are trying to do right; they have their faults, I know, but they ought to be allowed to have a chance to make a living and stay home and live in Ireland and get some schooling. And one day was here; he was talking about the Irish and trying to talk brogue about Mike and Pat and Biddy, Just as if they were so many simpletons. And I cried so I could hardly serve the table; and then they all laughed at the Irish, when my iheart was almost breaking, thinking of all they had suffered, and people only looking on them as if they hadn't any rights at all. I think tthey ought to foe free, and I pray for that, but maybe their mission Is not yet done. Maybe God wants them to be like ihls Blessed Son first before they are free. Of course I am Ignorant, I never had much schooling, but I think they ought to be free. So does the whole world think Ireland should be free, except the British Government, morons and a few cads whose parents were .also simple Irish folk without "schooling." And Ireland will be free. DEATn IN RIVER. A pall of gloom overspread Owens-bor- o when it became known that John O'BrJcn, a well known young business man of Owensboro, was GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. it was bitter at home, and MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. W know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. Silk Shirts When Swiss cleaned never lose their newness. One trial will con vince you. 4 1mm 1&emm Mr iMHI SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Mr (r tw 'imffmr I m Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. tNjmmaMMMm w t 2 Wo have the largest lade, pendent Ford Bepalr Shop in the city. Our modern faculties mean killed service at reasonable cost. GET OUR PRICES "Any Make Car Towed In" FORDS REPAIRED DUGAN TT1 A GARAGE T TTTn r- A X Shop 1316 Foreman, and General ninnu SOUTH BROOK STREET Smith Motor Wheel $40 Twin motorcycle ?100. One Twin Indian. One R. S. Single, ?50. One Yale Twin cheap. 38x3 Inner Tubes, $1.50. Cut price on supplies. are Martin E. Mulloy, of this city. and Mlchiel F. O'Brien, of St. Louis, whose picture appears herewith. They were both with the Thirty-lft- h division and played a brave part in its many engagements against the Hun. Young Mulloy, whose father, William Mulloy, lives in Tuam, Ireland, Is. a resident of this city, and is now spending his time with his ibrothers, John, William and Michael Mulloy, and two sisters, Mrs. Patrick IMeehan and McNally. Sergeant Mrs. (Michael years old, O'Brien, only twenty-on- e came t othis country five years ago from Tlpperary, Ireland, and when men were needed onllsted in the St. Infantry, Louis Irish Thirty-eight- h and returns bearing marks of the in battle. He wounds received leaves today for St. Louis. Both 3ay they fought in the hope that the war would bring freedom to Ireland. MUDHENS TODAY. four-gam- S. H.BOSSEaSON and Roger Bresnahan'fl Toledo club e Corner Seventh and Broadway will begin a series with the Colonels this afternoon, and it Is announced a double-headwill be played tomorrow, due to a postponement on their last visit here. The Mudhens are playing a much iFuneral Directors better game the last ten days, and now have an infield that compares favorably with any In the AssociaEmbaimers. tion Hyatt at short. Getz at second and Wise at third. However, KIO JETZEHFe AVH5NTCE the fast going Colonels should have VvAevhrme 103B. no trouble in taking them Into camp for three or four out of five games and too in a aood position 3B to meet Indianapolis, who come PRACTICAL nATTER next for four games, opening Wed Hats Remodeled. Cleaned and nesday and playing two games on Clean- the Fourth of July. The local Dyed. Panama's Bleeched. ing and Pressing of Men's Clothing. fans are enthused like they haven't the John B. Stetson Hats at Low Prices. heen in several years and stay at wul tendance during the nomo West Walnut Street. 520 prove this assertion. The Colum was no criterion because bus series of the continued cloudy and threat PERSECUTION. ening weather, and the real base Laurence Ginnell, Sinn Fein mem- ball weather days will prove that r, ber of Parliament for West Meath, the fans have taken Hendryx, Davis, Wortman, Long and has been arrested on charges made in connection with a speech deliver- the whole team into their hearts ed at Athlone. Ginnell has toad a and will be rooting for keeps for stormy career, owing to his loyalty another pennant. to Ireland's cause. Until 1918 he WITH HIGH MASS. sat in Parliament as an Irish Nationalist. In 1918 ho served 'six Sunday morning at G:30 o'clock mouths In prison in connection with He solemn high mass "was celebrated some disturbances in Ireland. is the author of the statement on In St. Agnes ohapel of the Sacred Retreat, when the the Irish question which members Heart ot the congregation boys and received of the Sinn Fein have been endeav- girls oring to present to the Peace Con- their first holy communion from Rev. Father Daniel, C. P., the pas ference. tor. Monday" afternoon the sacra ment of confirmation was adminis LONG WAIT. tered by Right Rev. ReniB O'Dona The George Washington is ready glrue. for .departure as soon as the PresiUNANIMOUS. dent oan finish his work at the Peace Conference. The George The Federation of Labor of AmerWashington ibegah the long wait for her distinguished party onMay ica was unanimous for recognition of the Irish republic. 20. AV. er R. L. DAVIS, Agent, MORGAN drowned on the bathing beach opposite the city at 6:30 o'clock O Brien, Monday evening. his wife and a young girl ,went over After putthe river at 6 o'clock. ting on ala bathing suit he dived from a houseboat. When he came to the surface ne called for nelp, saying he was drowning. Before help could reach him ho sank and did not again come to the. surface. He could Ew!m and it is not known what distressed him. Mr. O'Brien was a member of the firm of P. O'Brien & Son, and was thirty-tw- o years old. He is survived .by. his father and fcls widow, who was Miss Omega Fltzhugh, Louisville. SHELBYVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Casey, of Sholbyville, have received a letter from ther son, John Michael Casey, Jr., of the Quartermaster's Depart- Bes-che- ment, nforming them that he would be transferred at once to the Fort McHenry Hospital at Baltimore for final examination. This young soldier boy saw ten months' service overseas and since March 1 has been suffering with stomach trouble. CONFIRMATION. fit Last Sunday morning Bishop O'Donaghue made hia visitation, to the Church of Our Lady in Portland, where he administered the saorament of confirmation to eighty-fThe ive children and adults. class included those who made their first communion two weeks before. -- the Democratic party will have a strong ticKot to aid the Gubernatorial nominee. Another pleasing feature to Democrats Is the rapidly growHIBERNIAN DIRECTORY ing bitterness between the Bingham papers and the Louisville Herald for honors with the Republican Calls the. Bluff of the Haly Group leaders. By their dally eulogy of Ctflroonetlo ! DIVISION S. ItcmorM Hert, the Republican boss, and all of Near Democratic the Can his actions even to the slightest Pint and third Fridays, Hlbcovlaa Politicians. Home, detail, the Coruior-Journ0 and rNatcrDe Portland. (the Ueelbur. Times have won Big Boss Hert all President Tim O'Leary. Ches. Searcy, the for themselves. ConralUUon Vice President Walter Murphy. and Little Boss, Is busy working overAnalrila Financial time trying to comfort the Herald erlck, 1850 Secretary John Brod Plairof Bingham Press and G. O. P. Iee. Portland avenue. for the desertion of the Big Boss, Recording Secretary John Organs Fall to Oauso A. and refuses to be comforted even Martin. Office with the promises that Ches will Stampede. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. let the Herald bo the local Bolshe-vi315 Sergeant-at-Ann- s Martin Shee-haadministration organ. Norton Sentinel Thomas Noono. INTO ETERNAL REST. BldS. Republican Leaders Refuso to Ac. knowledge Who Was OrigHtr Just hefoie the forms were placed 'IOrM A. M. DIVISION 4. upon the press the sad news was reinal Morrow Man. mm c at ceived that Mrs. Daniel W. Cunlff Meets second and fourth Mondays, had passed away at the family Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. .home. East Breckinridge street. Sho President John J. Barry. sneney was tne motner or NOMINEE WEAKENS DAILY. Cunlff and leaves sergeant Vice President Mark J. Ryan. three daughters. "Recording Secretary Lawrence The funeral takes place this morning from St. Mary Magdalen church. D. Meany. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. When Gov. James D. Black stood ALUMNAE REUNION. Treasurer John F. Burke. his ground last Monday night and Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con- DR. JOHN P. BECKER. Tomorrow afternoon the alumnae refused to be bluffed by the specof the Academy of Our Lady pf nelly. tacular grand stand play of Percy Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Haly and his little coterie of near Mercy will have their annual reOPTOMETRIST, Democrats he certainly endeared union and formal reception of the elechimself to the willing workers and class of 1919, after which tho SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES "REFORM" rank and file of Democracy, who tion of officers for the ensuing year have been amazed at the effrontery will take place. Twenty Years' Experieuco. of a few discredited Prohibition Prices Reasonable. SCHOOL CLOSES. politicians and Morrow workers in (Continued from First Page.) dsgulse, seeking to secure control Tomorrow St. Agnes school, boss, grabbed- him again iand pro- 315 Starke Building. Third Floor of the Democratic party and nomFourth and Walnut. inations Here is th story: At Speed avenue and Newburg road, ceeded to loll him what they overthe outset of the State campaign will close a very successful year. looked telling him the first time. In Phone City uSo. be will all prospective candidates and their A formal entertainment friends were smart enough to sea given by the pupils both afternoon desperation Chairman Burlingame called up the Seventh district station that the day of the Prohibitionist and night, to which their friends and had the police machine haul his THE VERY BEST politician was over, that Senator will bo welcome. auto home, but not until he inquired (had triumphed over them, Stanley from the captain if the conduct of riCINIO TODAY. and in the future the Porcy Haly the near police was a sample of support would be a hindrance inwhat the ordinary citizen met with. Members of St. Helena's stead of a help. Prof. Cherry, Gov. One of the overseas soldiers Just Club will enjoy a picnic at Black and Thos. Rhea all steered of the clear of the Haly crowd, whom wo Cherokee iPark. This outing Is to returned says that the story electric Keystone policeman and the often referred to as the little group celebrate tho anniversary of the went all over Europe, being transday has of hotel politicians seeking to dic- club, and a delightful SOFT DRINKS tate the State nominations. Stung to been arranged for by the commit- lated in several languages, of which advertising near Mayor Smith, Col. the quick, Haly and his press agent, tee. Petty and the press bureau should Dan, took up Denhardt and endeavPERFECT FITTING take notice. It was during the gasTRIBUTE TO PRD3ST. to secure a following for him ored oline saving period and a gentle- SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES on the grounds of patriotism, reA tribute was paid to the memory man and bis wife, the fortunate form or any old Issue. Denhardt's boom, Inllated with spite, didn't of the late Father Owen Degan re- owners of an electric automobile, prosper and Col. Denhardt was cently when the City Council of went riding one Sunday, thanking saving the smart enough to get out from un- Atchison, Kas voted to change the their stars that to gasolineNearlng them. name of Division street to Degan dldn'd apply der. Then the last and nerviest plan street in his honor. Father Degan Shawnee Park they were stopped by k of all was tried. The guns of the was chaplain at the Soldiers' Home a Keystone policeman who demandCourier-Journand Times, aided at Leavenworth at tho time of his ed why thny had dared disobey the request of near Mayor Smith in the by the other Republican organs, be- death. matter of saving gasoline. The lady gan a concentrated fight on Gov. and gentleman were too well bred Black. These organs called for the RETREAT AT COLLEGE. to laugh In the face of the wearer scalps of every Spite appointee that Oculists' Prescriptions. would not bow to the Haly yoke, The Rev. Xavler Sutton, C. P.. of the' seedy uniform and celluloid the decapitation of the Text Book of the Sacred Heart Monastery on collar, so the gentleman In his best Commission, the attacks all being the Newburg road, has been con- and politest manner proceeded to SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY preliminary to the grand rush act, ducting a ten days' retreat at St. explain that his car was propelled OrOOEPOBATED The "yap" cop which for downright gall and nerve Mary's Collego for the Fathers of by electricity. Fourth and Chestnut. say n word after the long extakes precedence over anything the Resurrection, who have that didn't in planation, but climbed on the rear ever attempted in Kentucky poli- groat educational institution tics. Haly and his little group met charge. Tho retreat will continue wheel, then went down on his knees under the electric, finally bursting at the Seelbach Hotel, this citv. until Monday. out with: "What do you think I am. Ingrowlig d Abmrml Halls Scltttifieilfr Tnittd selected their choices from the of rube. That thing a gol derned fice of Lleutentnt Governor down DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. to the last State office. Then Haly, Dr. Uriah Z. Litsty can't go by electricity because W. W. Davles, former law partner The eighth biennial supreme con- there's no trolley attached," but ho Chiropodist of Bingham, the Courer-Journvention of the Daughters of Isabella added: "Har har. you came purty C07 and Times owner, and Judge Thur- - will bo held at Utica, N. Y., begin- near foolln' me with your slick talk man, of Springfield, SJnrke to ning July 1. In the national head- - for a minute, and I'll let you go rushed Baiiaia Frankfort in an automobile, rushfld Umarters buildlnc in that city. It this time," and for a long distance , In on tho Governor, Both Pbo."t? and said will be the greatest convention In away the couple could hear the Re- Keystoner'a "har, har," as he "Here are OUR selections, take 'em the history of this organization. or leave 'em." Gov. Black refused ports from various sections of the thought of the city slickers trying National Roofing to be bluffed and said the selection country will show that there are to foouni! of Democratic nominees should be close to 400 courts in the order. Company left to the voters. Exit the rushers RESULT NOT SERIOUS. Incorporated crestfallen, and the Courier-JournTHINK AGAIN. Pitcli, Coal Tar, Tarren Felts, and Times, assisted by tho other Henry B. Schone, Mackln Coucil's Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). Morrow oigans, are stopping at Our Prohibition Catholic friends, hird baseman, who suffered - a nothing to vent their spleen on the with a great deal ot assurance, roken ankle in the seventh inning 124 W. Main Gpvernor because ho refused to let have told us time and again that of last Sunday's game, is still con- Phones City 1250; Main 1409-SGen. Percy and a few inactive Dem- there is absolutely no ground for fined to his home, where he is getocrats assume control of tho party. our fear that wine for mass may ting .alonff nicely, attended by Dr. Day by day the Republican lead- become very dlfllcuR, If not im- Dwyer, and fortunately the injury of Miss Anna Marie Herp, aged ven years, of 639 East Breckers are literally kicking themselves possible, to procrue in the not dis- will not provo serious. inridge street. Surviving her are nominating "Howdy Ed" Mor- tant future. What does this Washfor three sisters, Mrs. H. L. Brehme row lor Governor, as they see the ington special dispatch ot the New SUNDAY CONCERT. and Misses Amelia and Josephine apparent weakness of 'his candi- York Sun mean? Herp. She was a faithful dacy and hear the old slogen on all A Jewish custom which has prenight at St. Mary's of St. Martin's church, frommember Tomorrow where sides "that the defeated candidate, vailed' for centuries will disappear Hall, 428 South Eighth street, a like the defeated.prize lighter, can't from America when the national very entertaining vocal and instru- her funeral was held Wednesday come hack.' The statement of the prohibition amendment goes into mental concert will be given by St. morning. Third district leader, who was a effect if a ruling handed down by Cecilia's orchestra and tho music SHUN TOTS FILM. Revenue pupils of St. Mary's school. An exdelegate to the G. O. P. convention, the Commissioner of have Jowlsh families that Morrow is 10,00,0 votes, weaker stands. cellent programme has been The moving picture, ".Fit to than he was four years ago, has brewed from grapes and honey and spread like wildfire and has taken "mead," a wine served at the feast music lovo--by the Sister teachers s are assured an evening "Win," which is being exhibited to promiscuous audiences throughout all the enthusiasm put of tho work- of the passover. A large beaker of real pleasure. the country, is so indecent and sug ago Hert, full of mead is passed around the ers. A fow months gestive that it should be suppressed Searcy,, .Bennett, and In fact table and each member of the famSURE ROAD. without tho least delay. It was pro all ot the Republican leaders, were ily takes a drink. Under the rulduced primarily for the men of the posing as the original Morrow man, ing of the Internal Revenue office you earn army, and was Intended to produce Spend a little less than but now you do "not seo any of this wine can not be made at it's a sure road them boasting of the honor, all be- home, and can only be sold from your savings in war to success. Put a deterrent effect upon enlisted men. savings stamps. who might be tempted by dissolute ing busy looking for the goat who bonded warehouses, the purchasers women. they oan blame for wishing Morrow being required to give bond that (stamps. The original productloa was so vile that men in the service party and killing the the wine Is for sadramental puron the wjn'e brewed on premBLOOD POISON FATAL. protested against it. poses. Any chances for State success. Gov. Black, Col. Noel or Judge ises except those of a bonded winery by a Blood poisoning caused DOES DOUBLE sDUTY. Carroll would have no trouble In will be "prima facie" evidence that defeating the much weakened. Mor- the wine is Intended for beverage small blister on her Up a few weeks Put your money where it will do An- - double duty for you row in November, and the closing purposes and therefore in violatioa azo caused the death lat St. in war sav- thony's Hospital on Sunday morning i inge stamps of th entries this week shows that of tho Federal statutes. GOV. BLACK I Fifth and Court Place. Saturday Until 7 p. m. CBI-R0-PRAC-T- 0R al 1818-182- kl n. C. B. Southerland m - EPPING'S al (TO 'vvrV'r'''' CORNS.BUNIONS lL- - al - JM&Wmmw Supply and al T thirty-se- ed N -- i v . JGDBSiN'XNCTOBCY XXfcXSMai AMJ&XJL&A3&V bene- FOURTH OP JULY 1'IOXIO. PURE V ?r ' ASK FOR WOLFF'S CONE CAKES i. These delicious cakes are rolled into a cone so you can fill them with ice The annual picnic for the QTJArEXY High Grade Eastern Kentucky purpose of these annual outings. Great success has attended these picnics In the past and with, the ay money realized vast improvements have been made at the orphanages. Not only have the buildings been -ice Buy improved, additions constructed, v- i-r water, light and other conveniences cream brought to the place, hut the health and comfort of the children generally have been improved by reason of the betterments that have been thus possible to be made. The prospects for a brilliant success this year of the picnic are most flattering. Meetings havo been held every Monday night at the K. of C- building, and reoresof well known Catholic men and women, together with the younger & element, have been attending, and manifesting the keenest interest in the success of the affair. President George H, Naber, of the Cathelectricity, will do you you will provide tools. olic Orphan Society, has appointed ..r as heads of the various committees " many of the same workers who have taken deep interest in the If you work heretofore. The most important committees with their various heads are as follows: electric service in Grounds John B. Campbell. 418 EAST MARKET Lighting William Link. home, GOOD Big Wheel B. J. .Campbell, CLEAN LOUISVILLE, KY. Roger Dougherty, J. J. Mnriarty. Home Phone, City 790. Dairy Lunch V. Wellington. t of our Apron and Ready to Wear1 Ladies' Sewing Society at St Vin low - cost house-wirin-g cents, Mr3. Thomas Keenan; La dles' Sewing Society at St. Thomas. s84844 Mrs. John Donnelly. offer now, Candy John L. Riehm. Country Store H. J. Poetter. TODAY. What They Have Been Doing James Hartlee. Press John P. Cassilly. the Past Week General Novelty Miss Elizabeth A. Sle- gel. News Notes. I II iWI.S" Buttons Mrs. Robert Duffy. WW Tetephox INCORPORATED Soft Drinks J. J. Barry, Ed. Main or City 2182 The date of the State convention Brennan. We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. ' Ice Cream James Duddy. will be 'announced in a few days. Victory Bonds L. V Frank, C Division 4 adopted resolutions of E. J. Bosler, A. Smith, Mrs. M. J. sympathy on the death of William Parlin. Chawk's little boy. Linen Mrs. J. B Arbegust. Tickets M. A." MeGee. John McKiernan went ihome hapFinance Al Smith, D. F. Murpy after the Hibernian ball club's phy, Thos. D. Clines, John J. stirring victory Sunday. Rlehm, Edw. J. Coeman (Incorporated) Division 4's attendance at meetSolicitation ChaTles Books Some Very Excellent Moderate Priced Luggage Will Be ing Monday wa3 cut down because Faulkner. 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. of the severe thunderstorm. Hams J. A. Fleck Found in the Following Offerings: Raffle S. M. Raffo'. Manager Murphy, of the ball (team, The 'Corresponding Secretary of was the hero Sunday, starting the SUIT OASES of brown fibre, with steel frame and brass lock; a the Catholic Orphan Society, John batting rally that won the game. $1.75 size; specially priced, at, each The Hibernians of Spokane will P. Cassilly, has been acting as SecA fibre matting case having steel frame MATTING SUIT OASES send Rev. Father Charles McAleer retary of the Picnic Committee. It that no better KNIGHTS OF OOLDlHff as their delegate to the national place is believed size; special binding; With metal corners and could be found to spend the convention. $2.00 price OrSt. S Elaborate arrangements are being Fourth than atpicnic Vincent's not phanage. The is FJNE SUIT CASES These are extra deep and have shlrtfold; made for tne Indiana State conven- only for the enjoyment to beone's of Late News That Will Interest tion and the Hibernians will be sure physical and intellectual self, but ttjuwcTiSTRgT iNCBHPcmreo steel frame with brass lock and swinging handle; straps all 5 rouftTH Avenue of a great reception in T)rt Wayne. in the broader and more delightful Members Here and $4.50 around; price The New Orleans division of the sense it will afford an opportunity We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. BLACK SUIT OASES Pebble grain leather, made on steel Irame; Ancient Order has just started a to all who come to be bountiful drjve to bring 500 new members in- and liberal. By spending some fitted with shlrtfold; have brass lock, bell rivets, swinging to the order there before next St. money for the charity which the $0.00 handle and heavy straps all aTound; special at A class of fifty received the dePatrick's day. society superintends joy will come COWHIDE SUIT OASES In brown color; have steel covered The Indiana State Convention will not only to the heart of the giver, grees last Sunday at Urbanla, Ohio. Newport Council has received sealopen September 2 with high mass but to the orphans of the diocese. frame, brats lock and clamps; fitted with shlrtfold and Every weekly meeting has been ed bids for the erection of its new in the .Cathedral at Fort Wayne. $0.00 heavy straps all aiound; special price Rev. M. J. Byrne, of Lafayette, brimful of enthusiasm and , the auditorium. With hardwood slats and fitted TItUNKS State Chaplain, will preach the ser- meeting on last Monday evening The new council instituted at St. showed every one to be on the qui Mary's College, Emmltsburg, starts with tray and hatbox; size 36 inches; special price ....$7.25 mon. "Everythng off with 110 members. The Denver Hibernians, determin- vivo of expectancy. TRUNKS With iron bottoms, brass bumpers ed to send somebody to the national is in readiness" was the report of Indianapolis membership The and heavy hardwood slats; fitted with tray and having leather Numerous dona- drive will close Monday night with convention who would put Colorado every chairman. $12.50 Btraps over the top; size 36 inches; price and the another big exemplification. on the map, selected the man whom tions have been made, of the every Catholic in the State will ad- Catholics and trunks with Iron veneer VENEER TRUNKS Bishop Carroll Council, Covingmit is best fitted to do it nobody city have been most generoua. bottom, heavy "brass bumpers, all covered' tray and extra A leading attraction is the Vic- ton, has received over 100 applicaRight Rev. J. Henry Tihen, $10.00 else than skirt tray; size 36 inches; price tory Bonds which have been dis- tions for its coming initiation. Bishop of Denver. On Tuesday evening, July 1, NORFOLK SUITS. OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT d to TRUNKS trunks with iron bottom, STEAMER The New Orleans campaign for tributed Somethe various congrega- Union Council will initiate a record have brass bumpors and hardwood slats; elze 34 Inches; specially 500 members "win be one of the tions. as many congreations $8.75 $600 worth of class of 200 or more at Syracuse. taken priced at most spectacular and spirited drives these cards, and asvery John A. Coady and G. E. Welne-manfew have membership ever carried out in for BACON'S FOURTH FLOOR speakAlbany, taken none. It city and will be featured with will prove a is hoped that this ers at of New meeting were Sunday that of last the big meetings m behalf of Irish freedom great value, and revenue-gettCorydon. all Indications that will command national and point to its popularity and success. at Jonesboro, Ark., has entered the even International recognition. Articles Intended for the picnic million member The annual reunion of the Hiber- should be sent to one of the fol- lists in thev.'ill put through a camInter-Southe- rn paign and class 1 nians of California takes place at lowing designated depots , where early in July. Shell (Mound Park, San Francisco, they will bo called .for and conveyHot weather last week did not de under the auspices of the County ed to the grounds. They should JAMES R. DUPFIN, Preside.!. Board and Ladles' Auxiliary. It is be left at these places not later ter Indianapolis Council, which conTo Go With Confirmation Suita, expected to be the largest gathering than Wednesday before the picnic: ferred the fcecond and third upon candidates. of the order ever held at the Gold6n J. B. Stickler &' Sons, Rogers eighty-fou- r LOUISVILLE, KY. The Knights of Mishawaka, Ind., Gate city. The proceeds will be for Church Goods Company, S. M. Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, ruedinm-Blzepurchased the (Methodist the entertainment of the national Raffo & Co., John L. Gruber, have clean, progressive company, whose treatment of agents and convention. George Butler. J. F. Miller, J. C. church property on Lincoln Way, Ten thousand delegates and visi- Kirchdorfer, Moriarty Bros., Rev. including the A. C. A. and parsonpolicyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of the Fourth and O; age. American Life Insurance Companies give It ft position of the 'very tors are expected to be in San Fran- John O'Connor, Since May 18 about 400 candicisco during the A. O. H. conven Charles Pfeffer, Bardstown road .' highest rank? dates have entered the order at New NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES tion, which will open in the Civic and Bonnycastle. Orleans. Other initiations are to Auditorium on July 15, and will AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECCAPITAL, RESERVE FOR GIRLS' WEAR. follow during the summer, the first continue until July 19. In attendRECENT DEATHS. tomorrow. the .foremost OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 ance will bo this country and CanTION Wednesday morning the funeral of With the new council at PlyDeposit with the State of Kentucky under the ada and the work of the delegates of Mrs. Knnlegunda Blumel was mouth and exemplifications at De Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. should prove epochal. In view of held from St. Elizabeth's church, catur and Fort Wayne, the Indiana Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, the strides being made in Ireland's of which she was one of the most membership was given another respected and oldest members. She boost of nearly 300. independence or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. long flgh-fyears and re e was nearlng Right Rev. Charles J. O'Reilly, iTtar ennd. dean arencv contracts with renewal commissions, bo sided at 1212 Lydia street. Many Bishop of Lincoln, at a meeting of TWIN CITY LEAGUE. tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an independ relatives and friends mourn her the Fitzgerald Council was formally ent permanent income, aaaress ue nome uuico ui iub vHiwpany. Liberty Bonds are the best investment in the world. Mackln Council, Y. M. I., is cele death. received into its membership by brating this week, the ball club INTER-SOUTHER- N CO. Mrs. Martha Frances Hurst, be transfer from the Council at Baker We advise all investors to hold their bonds, but if yeu grabbing first place in the Twin loved wife of Henry D. Hurst, pass- City, Ore. LOUISVILLE, KY. City League last Sunday by defeat- ed peacefully away Monday morn Thomas Newman is again at have to sell for personal reason get the best prices. ing the X. Alumni in a 7 to 2 con- ing at the family home, 2709 West home in New. Albany after a service test, which outside of one bad in- Chestnut street, .fully prpared for of a year as a Secretary in France. ning of the college boys was a treat eternal life. Mrs. Hurst was sixty- - For eight months he was in the for the 5,000 people gathered two years old and a native of Jef hospital service in Paris, Angers and Manager Sheckler, of ferson county. Besides her hus Bordeaux. Before coing over he was around. Mackin, claims that his club will band she leaves five daughters, a bookkeeper in Louisville. Bring in er mail your bond. Immediate sale confi-dontia- l. never be headed for the pennant Misses Hattie, Mary, Martha and now, but his closest contenders say Clara Hurst, and Mrs. Edward H. CATHOLIC WAlt COUNCIL. See Mr. H. L. Watling. that a one game lead ds not enough. Vlgllnl; two sons, John F. and Josclub, considerably eph H. Hurst; two sisters, Mrs. J. thirty field secretaries, saved from summer rust and The Californiaplayed Manager About Warm Air Furnaces 's T. strengthened, Schrodt and Mrs. Alex Lucas, representing nerly as many cities K. of C boys to a standstill, and three brothers, Churchill, In different parts of the United decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace overlosing finally in a 12 to 9 finish. Henry and John Hurst. Funeral States, reaching from Massachun game was services hauled and cleaned. Qnly $1.00. The were held Wednesday setts to Texas, met in Washington United States Government Brokers' License featured by brother vs. brother in a morning at St. Charles church, for the first conference of the repNOW. TELEPHONE pitching duel, John Scully twirling Rev. Father Raffo celebrating the resentatives of the Women's ActivLOUISVILLE, KY. against Brother Tom Scully, the requiem mase. ities of the National Catholic War 115 S. FOURTH ST. former being with the A. O. H. club, Interestng reports were The people of St. Boniface par- Council. who pulled the game out of the fire ish are mourning the death of Mrs. presented of work already under to 6 score. . Main 2933 by an 8standing to date; Catherine M. Brlnkhaua, wife of way in many of the cities, and theCjty 2181 The Hv A. Brinkhaus, 51i2 East Gray conference was addressed by memWon Lost Pet street. She was a pious, zealous bers of the Washington staff of the 8 John J, Where the home Is Mackin Council 5 woman and did much charity work Council, Including Rev. i JfifiMjgpW Where work la quickly Rev. Burke. Rev. Wm. a. Alumni, done; her ,....4 2 .667 duringborn inlife. Mrs. Brinkhaus John M. Cooper J. Kerby, John brightest ; HARVEY-JELLIC- O Rev. Hibernians 2 .667 was 4 Louisville sixty-tw- o Where cooking seems O'Grady, Michael J. Slattery, John Where the work KnightB of Columbus.. 4 .667 years ago and before 2 her mar real fan; lightest; Williams 6 Shawnee Athletic Club. 1 .167 riage was Miss Catherine Jamming. Philip Bramer, Michael (INCORPOXATBD) o Calif ornians. . f 6 .000 She is survived by her 'husband and and Mrs. Margaret Long, Director Where Where baking gives dethe meal is light; six children, two daughters, Mies of Field Work. During the confercooked beet; FIFTEEN REPRESENTED. Anna May, who Is seriously ill in ence trips were made to the Camp Where the range stands Where drudge Is oat of House, National St. Joseph's Infirmary, and Mise Meade Visitors' sight the test DISTRIBUTORS OF THE There are fifteen more countries Mary J. Brinkhaus, and four sons, Catholic Service School, Vocational t&e That's where tho where That's now represented at the Vatican than Frank, of Gowanda, Col.; Arthur, School at the Catholic University, "Quick Meal" eoaiee "Qalck Meal" comes before tho war. Among these now Alois and George Brinkhaus", Louis- Walter Reed Hospital, Mt. Vernon, Lump-Co- al IB. having nuncios or internuncios or ville, She also leaves two Bisters, thevCaptol and other Gbvernment other offioial representatives are Mrs. C. Reiling, Dayton, Ohio, and building. Miss c&mme ueien, 01 Said, Iaata)Ie4 aad Highly BtWMMJtJ QaUk Meal G Great 'Britain, Holland, Russia, Por- Mrs. 'Henry Kleler, .Louisville. Fu- the Joear office, and Mrs. Grace M. $6.50 tugal and tyonaoo, besides ten repu- neral service were held Wednes Ground and Miss Mary O'Brien, who morning at HI, BoflU&e spent some time here, were in blic of Central and South America day ST. otroreta. which were sot represented before, Place your aext eriler with us. Terms cash. a fit of St. Vincent and St, Thomas' Orphanages will be given on the Fourth of July. on the grounds of the former institution at Cavewood and Payne streets. A lovely beech grove surrounds this place, and the rorest trees cast a deep shade in glades wide and beautful, which Hou) Would You Like To Have a Laundress Who Never Fails You? ft ' me uauione orpnan society was quick to take advantage of for the cream and serve them to your family them from any or guests. dealer. To Avoid Cheap Imitations Ask For a laundress who is never late. a laundress who turns out perfect work, one who'never grumbles at the size ot the WOLFF'S CONE CAKES - THEY HA VE NO EQUAL BAKED BY iSV wash, never eats and doesn't demand carfare. "Ideal" you say and you are right but the sad fact is that there is no such laundress in human form. All ot this is true, however, of the Electric Washing Machine illustrating just one of the many useful things for if the haven't RALPH WOLFF & SONS " your advantage take HIBERNIANS i BACON & SONS iIHll TRAVELING GOODS 24-in- Louisville Gas & Electric Co. ft 1 '24-in- ch Herman Straus sons ' J 4 -- METAL-COVERE- CANVAS-COVERE- D ly fibre-cover-ed cs CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS 2 a 'Metal-covere- n, er $10.00 - $12.00 Blouses r vij .. V Life Insurance Co. White Shirts and .& T.J r d, 75c 90c $1.00 1 r-- Irish-America- ns or four-scor- UNCLE SAM'S INVESTORS LIFE-INSURAN- CE Give Me This Dollar and I Will We Buy Liberty Bonds For Cash Snehd It Here. Jan-sing- Corporate Securities Co. Shawnee-Hibernia- E. Gr. HEARTIOK - Where the QuicK Meal Comes In &besmtSiW COAL CO. . 6 1 SERVICE 4 .1 PER TON. GEHER & SON, Rat w. ra if ,Sr v 1