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y 1 I, rfj j&JBS!t:'J?XJOM7!i: MERE -AJMOES JKiejLO ajj . . h V XEKTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. Ti& to th Sodil and Moid AdVemes4 o! Irkh Americas tad Citaetei Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Mibernians. Yonng Men's Institute and Catholic Knlehts of America. i KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incoiywtrf. Publishers tUBSCRIPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1N0LB COPY 5c Entered at 1h Lou1yIIIo Postofflce at Stcond-CI.ii Mttcr. COMING EVENTS. Utnn AM Caswwsteatiw to tfrt KENTUCKY IRISH AHEMCAK, 319-321 Wttt Usarty Strut fWAJrksHSffj counc) LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920 enemy op roisn. Readers of the Shelby Record wore both surprised and disgusted when they read the following labored effort of its now but young editor upon the League of Nations, contain ing scurrilous reference to the Irish raco, and which ho would never dare publish had his lamented father, Ed. D. Shinnlck, been living. But con sidering his education the intelligent people of Shelby aro not at all sur prised. Quito a contrast between the following and the former attitude of the Record: Somo argue that the League Is ini quitous becauso-dt does not guaran tee a separate government to Ireland. Why should It? When tho Irish themselves can agree on the proposi tion there might, bo some reason in such a bit of procedure. Hut the Irish will never agree and it Is one of Irish descent who writes this to a single government, for tho same reason that there never was an Irish band: they won't play together. Tho freedom for Ireland proposition la the very thing a League of Nations ought to oppose. Let tho British and the Irish settle that. By tho way, tho young shap waa In the army, willing to fight to free all tho other nations of the earth but tho one his father came from. Tho ene- larger proportion than recognized the authority of tho Continental Congress in 177 p. There aro loyal ists In Ireland today, Just as there were loyalists In the days of George Washington and. just as there are British loyalists in the United States today. For Instance, take the Loyal Coalition of Boston that lately cut a figure before the San Fran cisco convention. August 2 and 3 Lawn.feto for St. Cecilia church fresco fund, cm church grounds. August G -Lawn social of St. Frances of Rome church on church grounds, Payne and Cavewood.- August' 10 St. Patrick's-church picnic and outing, at Fontaine Ferry Park. August 17 Picnic of St. Aloysius church, Pew8 Valley, on church grounds. A4tA A A A A AAAAAAAA ArAft A AAA'A SOCIETY. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1VIIAT NEXT? Wo are told the Washington au thorities say "Americans can trade with Russia, but they can't use the American mails and will receive no United" States protection." -In other words, American business men will have to sell their goods through Liverpool, paying 15 per cent, .com mission to British agents. Tho English have complete trade ar rangements with. Russia. And for them our men won the war. 1 ENGLAND'S DUPIflfCTTY. John Redmond assured tho Irish recruits who fought in Flanders that tho liberty of all small nations was Involved, while President Wilson's fourteen points guaranteed freedom mles of Irish freedom and the United ' for ftU all nations, yet we And Eng States shout with Joy when they read such expressions ns the above from what might aptly bo called Tory or renegade sources. LIGHT OF TRUTII. A dispatch from London tsays that the question as to whether the. Most land a traitor to .the promise she made through John Redmond and false to the promise made through President Wilson, her ally. DUTY FOR PARENTS. Catholic parents and non-Catholic parents should forbid their children lnc condemnation of anvone who Iia. $&&' w . m .. ... .. n .. . iiva in o .Mit, n , .i... r. aim jura, reyion u. uemei .. ' b form part of the Kentucky col rite. NEW FIELD. The long-nose preachers and graft ers who waxed fat on the prohibi tIon"graft have now turned their at tention to tobacco because the salary list has been cut off- by 'the anti-Saloon League, although prohibition is still a mytli. AWFUL. SLUMP. Rev. Daniel Mannix, Archbishop ofrto Mtronite any Douglas Fairbanks Melbourne. Australia, shall be w Mary Pickford Alms, these two dis barred from Ireland la view of his EU8nB divorce- notorieties deserv- recent utterances in tho United States, which aro reported as anti- English, Is under consideration hy the British Government. Thto state ment was made by Andrew Booar Law, the Government spokesman, lin the House of Commons In answer to a question as to whether the Gov" BrnmenfT would hot prohibit Archr bishop Mannix from entering Ire land, because his presence and speeches might be likely to Increase tho difficulties already existing. Wo, already knew that the British Government was striving to suppress the truth in regard to Iroland. But U it bars Archbishop Mannix from Ireland it will be a public confession to tho world that English misgov ern ment can not stand tho light' of truth, says the True Voice. The German Invader of Belgium tried to silence Cardinal Mercier during the war. Germany was denounced far and wide Cor its persecution, of tho tearless prelate. Another Mercier has arisen to defy an oppressor just as ruthless as the invader of Bel gium to suppress his voice. But the world will know that the effort is being made, .and made by a power that was loudest in declaring or tho right of oppressed peoples during the war. If Archbishop" Mannix is barred from Ireland it will be a pub lic acknowledgment by England that he played the part of the hypocrite during the war. If tho great British empire feaTs the Australian prelate It must, be .weak Indeed. Tho fact .. .- . .-... ... tr-LA .-, - hi flint Ita calico tn rniraril t Tro-' val """ ) "" n.iM,uryu. whouuui to that Its cause in regard to lre-)bemg ma,d af hmQp &nd Jam?s ianu J3 bo wvaii uini n, ui nut. McGmlh acttner on heat man. Richard Donnlgan Is spending -a short tlrno in Columbus, Ohio. Miss Ida O'Connor, Deer Park, js visiting rolatlves in Moble, Ala, Miss Mary Dolan is n guest of Miss Helen Sweonoy at Greenbrior. Mrs. P. H. Callahan has returned from a visit in Denver and the West. Miss Myrta Purcell has been visit ing Miss Inez Sprlgg .at Boston, Ky. Mrs. James Sweonoy has returned to Owcneboro after visiting Mrs. J. W. Mcculloch. Miss Helen .Finnegan, West Maple street, Jeffersonvllle, has returned from Madison, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Collins had Mrs. J. Ford, of South Louisville; as their guest lagt week. Klein Brady, of Covington, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Nellie Brady, Highland Park. Mrs. Mae Welsh, of Lincoln, Neb., Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. B. Sackotit, and Mr. Sackett. Mtes Edith Is visiting In St. Louis, tho guest of her brother, Robert E. callanan, and Mrs. Caftlahan. . Mr. J, J. Welsh and Miss Eliza beth Welsh, Deer Park, havo return ed from a visit In Danville, III. Miss Alma Cunningham, Park view, is visiting friends in Harrtxte burg and Lexington for a monithi. Dr. John T. Hulskamp and M. B. Malkemus are spending a two weeks' vacation at French Lick Springs. Miss Lillian Reagan, of Pewee Valley, hala been spending several days the jruest of Miss Sue Reedy; Miss Alice Mumford, of. Elizabeth town, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Neighbors, South Louisville. Mrs. Thomas Geary has returned to Lexington after visiting Cott. and Mrs. John T. Geary, Audubon Park. Miss Josephine Quarles has re turned from a week-end visit with Mrs. Andrew J. Mohan at Shelby ville. Miss Lill'an McKenna, Bardstown road, has returned from Chicago af ter sopnding tho winter with rela tives. Will Nally spent several days at Bardstown last week visiting his parents, Mc and Mrs. Thornton BSSSLAWN FETE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3 AND 4 On Churoh GiWntU, Twenty-Seventh and Chestnut. Supper ServcA 5 to 8 P. j. A Grand Time For All-Come LAWN FETE ; FOR THE BENEFIT OF FRESCO FUND OF ST. CECILIA'S CHURCH To Bf Given on the Church Grounds Monday and TueUay, Aug. 2 and 3, Afternoon and Night Many unique and rjovel attractions. Music and refreshments. Everybody welcome. Admission ffse. STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN GROVE ' EVERY SUNDAY 9 A. M. AND 2:30 Y . M. MOONLIGHT TRIPS SATURD. ,YS AND SUNDAYS &15 P. M. Dancing Free. Mupc by Myers and Howell's Union Orchestra. I snondlnir the summer at Wequeton. I sing, Mich. V Mrs. Clarence Haley, who visited ner parents. Mr. and Mrs. James B. So tho poll takers of both parties will have to ask each lady her ago and sho will have to be ready make affidavit to it. Wo predict awful slump in the women1 right off the handla ony tier ago Thorn dy vT Mr tct 81 01( p s voi spon(i " Mia Harding's decision to abandon the "front porch" campaign Is remin iscent of the talo about Mohammed and the mountain. Tho month of August is devoted And again there is an effort , to tho Immaculate Heart of Mary. Pray to her .and you will gain much thereby. INTO XEW iiojre. Lynn Montgomery and bride, who was Miss Mary Llnske-y. daughter of i-etor tiinsKy, returned last wee, irom inoir nnaai -trip and nre now receiving their friends in their nlw nome at S26 scuta xruirty-iourh street- Their marrlaco was so.lm Izod July 14 at St, Aloysius clmrcix. uov. Father O'Grady performing tho Miss Katnryn. stand the light of truth and logic that the Archbishop lets In upon it Lloyd George has made his declara tion and again England plays the part of the world's oldest and great est hypocrite. now IT IS PUT. Dean Brown, of Yale, puts It this way: "The Interchurch World iMove nieat was a noble dream which bo oarae ft nightmare, leaving a dark brown taste ia the mouth of Protes tant Cnrtetianlty in thl3 country." "Likewise the-JBaptlst Western Re corder thus friaeec itself. "Our op position tQ this octopus was based on a knowledge of its deadly nature. We were agftlnet the cmovemeat: we did net lleve it was of the Lord, and tt we have cotriwted aaytbie in iU oMpe w eeuat it to ew credit" MOURN ins DEATH. LIKK OUR OWK. W boHDTC -that fw paoptejkt Ua owtBter taMr realJK Um the to4 of IrttMd Have fftt up a OM to fcuuMoalBff much mom ora DteMr :ihtt th Brittafe GtoveraoBeat ther. 14 trua that tlw IrMi Re publo :hmi sot yt ben reooteed by atlttir Buttons. Bui nk.br "wm oar ami ntlon roitod at Mm M glnniaC, The thorty of th r oabHoaa. wormmmml ta IriitM fc now rMalMid r it pr mmL of dfUoto tha br4on ot him llrvt St Cecilia's parish and the entire west find mourns tho passing of John Thornton, soventy-elx years old, who died Wednesday at his home, 2123 St. Xavior street His active life and genial disposition won nim mends everywhere, w will pray for his eternal rest. Hois survived by his wife and three sops. John, George and James Thorntim, and one daughter, Miss Bridket Thornton. Funeral services ta place this morning with requletJ high mass at St. Cecilia's church. TJNIQUB INDEHD. The rececU commencement exer cises at the. TJraulfoe Collage, New Orleans, offered a .unique contrast to what the arat eoaHBeaceaaeat mast hare been ia 1728. The eottega 1 the oWest iastitutioa (for tfte edoea tion of women to America. Dohorty, Jeffersonvllle, has returned to Muncie, Ind, Mr. and Mm B. It. Dougherty, who wro visiting Mre. Ellen Dough erty, In Jeffersonvllle, have returned to Richmond, Ky. Luke Shorley CunKCe has been a,t Hickman and Paducah. this past week as traveling representative of a mining company. M'nses Virginia Blonford and Catherine O'Brien., of Loufovillie; were the guests of Miss Rally Bobby rnompson, r restonia. and Mrs. George A. Kremor Saturday for Virginia Beach and Point Comfort, where they will several weoks. Miss Ada Bossmeyer left Sunday for Chicago, from whore ehe will go to Denver and other Western cities to spend tho summer. Mrs. J. L. Cassldy, of Huntington, W..Vo., is visiting her son, John H McManus, and Mrs. McManus, Bast Markot street, Jeffereonvlllo. Mrs. Albert M. Herrmann and daughters, Misses Dorothy and Caro lyn Herrmann, havo returned from a Jjso weeks' 6tay at Valley Station. Miss Add Moritz la spending a I few weeks with friends in Cleveland She will go from there with a party u sf friends to Detroit and Niagara 'ails. Miss Hattio Johnson and Miss Vir- gle Kerins will return home Monday after a two weeks' visit to Now York City, where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blunk (nee ester.) Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. King and their daughters, Misses Estelle and Kathorlne, have returned after a week's stay at King's Camp on IXx River, where they were the gnosis of John C. King. Mr. aad Mrs. Thomas Downey an nounce the engagement of their niece, Miss Mary Elizabeth Conley, to John Atkins, of Ancon, Panama Canal Zone. The wedding will take ace in the early (fall. Mrs. Mary Baldwin announces the marrlace of her daughter, Mfas Kalthcrlne Baldwin, to Raymond P. Mills, on Saturday, July 3, at St. Louis Bertrand's church, the Rev. Father Lyons pierformtec the ceremony. District Deputy Thomas D, CHnee, accompanied by Mrs. Cllnes, leave today for New York to attend tha Supreme convention of the Knights of Columbus. Col. Cllnes is one of the-two delegates who will represent Kewtucky. 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MARSHALL, 214 STATE STREET, NEW ALBANY, IND. HOME PHONE 1451-A CUMB. PHONE 1051 VElghtcvMlpstrrat Itqnd, At Olciilnook .Station- BASEBALL Very Rev. J. A. H.nan, prior or St. lunula Bentrand's c lurdh. Who has just completed histeTin or office, was Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, comnribtee repreaenth B ithe conffre- gafcion Sunday oveiing. ratner INSTALL .HEATING SYBTEM. St. Fraaok Aoadray at Owess boro w.M Hoom lneitall tbe latest Bysp teaa of haB in Ha bw buHaleg, aofw twaring eomeletfoa. Tbe eos- traot hw bec awwrMd to T. A. Cleg ic Co., of thfe city, who Kve piaed tik tbe ihtin work ia the buildtn coanected with, the ad einy. coLLBGK lames CnAIMCK. The 4t)iM ueed by Bfed Oliver Phmkett, sow ia the. beefing of )m PratKtoiit of CtoaUfTe' Ooitege, It lln, formertgr belonged to re hUe CNnMaal- Korea, of Siaey. JBrery youas priest at exoaane LAWN FETE. A iete will be given ifor the bene fit of the freeco fund o'f 9t. CScfRTa church oa the churoh ground, Twenty-fifth and 9t Cecilia streets, next Monday and Tueeday afternoons aod eveatags. Mueic and refreebmeate and pleaty of amueestenta wis be famished. Adm4lon free to the grenade. POflTIUNOULA. I 'ti fill "rW,SHI Wednesday. LOUISVILLE ftOa)aa)lXtatajf 9Mm$1( GRAN W. SMITH'S SON! i : ' AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmeri BOTH PHONES 810, SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, TH0S. J. BROCA-R Automobile Repairing Tires ; Accessories Tubes PHONE CITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY vs. MILWAUKEE. 6m caNt4 at 3 o'ctok. oa site at BtHhtmyer's. Rmrwd Stats nt Hoenan had planned t take Uils woa tion, leaving Monday, and iho was presented with a pursP ox juuu as a token of esteem' In which ho waa hold by tho ;paTlahioners. (February 5, 1918. lie came to t- Louis Ber- trand's aa prior and 1 that time of about two years and a a air wy?ea out the church debt of ip.OOO, and In addition left a depoe or 55,600 to the credit of the cAurch. Father Heenan'a buslnesllk management and the conduct of. Ihk prleeUy duties won way Into the foe rte or this ipeo pie and -they wish Wi a Godspeed, on lil. vacation. He wll eaeod part of the time 4n Pnllatlei a. hie home town, and tfaen to to Canada (for a eaort etay. DAWN SOAL. Tha ccinsrraea.-iinn.Gt wt. Frances Of Rome cliurek wi41 etftertain with a lawa social on the w groanda, Payne and Cavewoo ayeaw, next Tharsday ateraooe r ad ereotag, and Kev. Fattier jR-wqr, the paetor, aad the commKtee 1 charge teylte their friende .to eom and ?peu4 a pleasant afternoon ,ayd eveoing. The least of Porbhtocula wHl be eeMata with special solemnity in uaay of our looal churehes. Be- ttaalag Saturday noon, ana Ymjtna lnc tmttl mWntebt Suaday, a plenary lndutaenee can be vaiaed tor eaoh viwft to i ohureh eeotbtoed with a prayer- aoeordlBK to tae aetenaon m tbe py latner, Jrffcer TeoeWng Ae sacraments of venanesr aan eotnniua- ICUOnAKiaTIO JLXAQUK Hundred o. prtewt front' the Baiat and tbe Middle West wilt gainer at rhWadelrihla on AutlVt nd 4 for JBudbattotia league, for. whoUt the complete programme nasi been an nounced by Rev". Jo- m Qranaim, S. S. S Director Oeiuittl. The Be atons wilt be fa4l by ppew by Bev. V, F. X3starpr. O; Pv Rjv, Charise A. Brnehel. X . D., Rev. John F. -ShWwmi add . Henry Bwgnena. Ofhar .mf will be nreaenUM ami MsWesiW by Rer An- ajwnar atUa. ma, Wfi tapwrMa v. WHEN w NEED OF ANYTHING IN Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See the Rogers Church Goods Co. nrcoKpexATSB 120 S. PoHrtfa, loalsvllle, Ky. PERFECT FITTING . SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES "fgw Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY nroomyaxjLTXB Feurtli and Chestnut. 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