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kt&JSPX'XJ&JS&r xjstxsn axoa:bs:. v. ,t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. IWJ th. SocUl d Moul A l WA Ari- Crttata Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Youn Mea Institute and Catholic Knight t of America. ,n.gu AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Incpot.ui, Publishers MIMCPIW10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entered t the LoulivIHe Pottolllce i Secoad.Clan Mutter. COMING EVENTS. 7L. ,M c UtathK to ttt KEHWKT lJJisHIIEMCH.'3W.321WmUmtlrMt mTTisVTT.T.R. KY SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921 RELIEF FOH PUEBLO The Pueblo flood disaster la which many lives were sacrificed and millions of dollars in property destroyed causes a profound feel ,? of svmnathy In comm-unlties that have passed through similar went tnrougn lteors arc still demanding top prices for their products. The railroads have been deploring the fact that decreased traffic and high wages prevented them from paying their usual dividends. Hut it- must not be forgotten that a living wage paid to employes should In Justice be the tirat flharee on industry that It June 22-23 St. Philip Norl church picnic and' outing, on church grounds, Floyd and Woodbine. June 23 Moonlight excursion of Jackson Democratic Club. JUno 26 Picnic of Division 4, A. O. H., at Summors Park. t,,iv 11 Annual tvlcnlc of St. PauVs church, of Pleasure Ridge, at Stower'8 Grove. July 12 Moonlight excursion' of Trinity Council Y. M. I., on Steam er Bast St. Louis. July 19 Sixth annual picnic and chicken dinner for benefit of St. Paul's church, on cnurcn grouauB, Jackson and Kentucky. July 26 Moonlight excursion, of Bertrand Club oa Steamer America. August 10 Annual picnic and .t.t;.i.n fiiinmvr of Holy Trinity church on church- grounds at St Matthews. kickickickiickAAAAkiihA, rt-T-w t xi.ir.ir i v C S Jv--ll ' A I ..l.u.10 T.nn!"v1'll& WlUtftWOi -w.-, . fl. a flood experience some years ago comes neiore uivmeuus u. i.iu..w. which' is still vividly remembered J Apparently this truth which has and wlilch brings home to us the been clearly enunciated by the . ., , -Ht fnr t.ho niniinna' of this country has not urgent neeu u - -".:': ., ,... .,, ..,, mere yet uucn Brusiieu uj mu w4..... Perhaps they uo not for " relief PiinhJo flood sunerers. should be no delay in taking care of Industry.' of the distress caused by the dis aster, la such cases Bpeedy reuoi Is worth oceans, of sympathy. SPECTACLE! want to grasp it. MAKE IT PERMANENT. Parish Picnir'and Reunion BENEFIT OF ST.' PHILIP NERI CHURCH Wednesday and Thursday, June 22-23, Afternoon and Night On Church. Grounds, Floyd and Woodbine. Social Games in Afternoon. Good. Refreshments For All HOT LUNCH EACH DAY, 5 TO 8 P. M Music and Dancing Admission Free Closing Exercises of St. Philip Neri School SUNDAY, JUNE 19. Solemn Communidn 8 at A. M. Entertainment at 8 P.M. First Mass at 5 A. M. Last Mass at 8 A. M. AAA AAftA A A Another "patriot." named Solley, who lias gained considerable no toriety' in the vicinity of Bofeton for his nntl-CatiholIo andi nntMrlsh activities, lias come to grief. Ho was! the secretary of a "loyal" Icacue organized to present to this country the case of poor down trodden Great Britain. un way 25, this creature was convicted of immorality on eleven different counts. Catts, Irvine and Solley a distinguished trio. They are rep resentatives of their class. The masquerading sham patriots are be ing shown in their, true colors. And what a spectacle! PACE THAT KILLS i The automobile- is undoubtedly one of the most wonderful of mod em Inventions. It" Is one of tho most important aids to business; and it affords a delightful means of social enjoyment and healthful recreation. However, like all other ,i Oiincs. savs the Catholic Telegrapa, St may be abused; and Its' abuse ha cached a limit, which calls for stringent measures . .ol-oorrection. We are not refer ring to- the great increase in Im morality due to the automobile, because, as long as girls will have no regard for maidenly modesty in their craze for a "good" time, and ' as long as parents neglect their Christian duty of supervision over their daughters, there Is not much hope for reform in that direction. We have in. mind the criminal de struction of life and limb by tho reckless drivers and speed maniacs who have made the. city streets and country rctads as dangerous as a battlefield during the war. This may seem an exaggeration to most of our readers, but we have the figures to confirm our statement. During the nineteen months, which American troops served In the World War, forty-eight thousand of our boys were killed; during the past nineteen months, of peace ninety-one thousand persons have been -killed In automobile acciaenxs. Over-indulgent or politically influ enced judges of municipal courts are greatly to. be blamed for this deplorable condition. Paltry fines 'shall never stop the slaughter; condign punishment in jail or the - penitentiary is tho only efficient ' preventive. Many believe that Secretary of tho Navy Denby Is making a mis take in revoking leave of absonco for Admiral Jackass Sims. The latter professes 'such undying love and affection for tho country of Mb ninth, that it appears tho proper thing would be for Secretary Don by to make tho leave of absence permanent and tot Sims stay In dear old H'england forever. Wb believe that King George will re ward tho Jackass speaker before his return by conferring on him tho Order of Knight of the Bath or Keqper of the Rayol Pajamas. OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE SOLEMN FAROE We are told that the Parliament of North Ireland has been orga nized. It numbers forty members chosen under the most shameful conditions of intimidation, and fraud which (have been admitted. The portion of Ireland over which this "Parliament" wllli preside In cludes barely "one-sixth, of the country. Twelve members elected by the Sinn Fein and Nationalist parties in this area will not sit in the" "Parliament." So- that In reality the Parliament represents less than one-eighth, of the people of 'Ireland. Yet the papers In this country rofer to it as the "Irish Parliament." It is nothing more than a Botemn farce. ATTENTION. LEGISLATOR.' Sirs. Benjamin. neoBes, ol Cov ington, Ky., Inserted an advertise ment In tho Covington, papers of fering to trade her four children for dogs, as eho finds that land lords are willing to rent flats and houses to couples with dogs and no children. Of course Mrs. Hedges' offer wasn't sincere, but It serves to call attention to a matter men tioned often in these columns, and one that our legislative bodies would do well to take notice of. WHO WERE THEY? CUTTING WAGES. An estimated $400,000,000 was slashed from the nation's railway wage bill when an order cutting wages an average of 12 per cent. Was handed down last week by the United States railroad labor board beeomes effective July 1. The order affects' members of thirty-one labor organizations, employed on 104 rall ' roads. The decision' means reduc tions, varying from flta to thirteen cents an hour or' from 5 to 18 por cent, and in the case of section la borors wiped but tho Jncrease grant ed -them by the ?600,0.00.000 wage award of July 20, 1920. For sec tion men the reduction "was approx imately 18 per cent. The decision, nwfivor. Is not as compherenslve as that which granted th SGOO.OOO,- 688 wage increase to rauroau wor 'erg an July '28, 1920. Reductions ndw the decision will be effective ipfy -for thfi classes of employe nmd by te railroads which Sled dtmtfc urjor to April 18 and which appeared la the hearing Tjegianlng on that date. In coanwtlcm with .L .Wtatim it i i&tersttin to note tW railway official announce that H will pot b Wowed by any reduc tion la freight and PMMBWr rate. The wifal JttWie will therefor Mrtvft no btaefU trom It, while the -tfWropip'ye wttl feel the ct dtvtofr.,' Mo ohU lofrer wage mutt cortf oi other Haw rt ta .initrv: bat It lt"ttMwrir- fair io force wnte. down, while the rofr, The Junior Order made much over Flag day, as It usually does in times of peace, and went so tar as to malso oi monument in honor of the Junior Order war heroes. This is the first time wo heard of any Junior war heroes In the late w or what percentage that order fur nished to our army and navy. T Catholics are classed as not ve good patriots by the Junior Ordor, yet the war records officially snow tho Catholic soldiers composed 42 por cent, of iie army, over B0 per cent of the navy and nearly GO per cent, of the American marines. Where do the Junior Order patriots cone in on the official United States records and why dldn.t the Habor macfier committee in charge of tho Flag, day celebration toll the pub lic who some of those war heroes were? CILNGE OF HEART. Just a few years ago there were mon and women lecturers" in thd country, and writers, too, wQu -were constantly raving about tho eo called brutal treatment of tihe Bel gians by the German anV, and yet today we have an army of Black and Tan thugs' of the; British forces murdering men, women and chil dren In Ireland, with awer a mur mur from tho tender hearted lec turers and, writers,, who a now exposed as British propagandist. in . JUNE FESTIVAL; Next Tuesday and. Wiedwaeday avmi inset a June festival wi'Hi he hU on th chool gro-uiwls of. St., Oeor's church, mgmm. wa Standard avenue. The pestor, Rev. Ffhr We-iev, -has toW extensive preparattoa end bopes to make thfe festival a suooees In every wy. Htoehmn ,wttl,,b twrred atad Tided enUrtament features w4li he ffS04L ABj m. torttod to fcrtnt ther trmo , wb time. ... Mrs. T. J. Cunning is spending somo time with ,her sister,' Mrs. J. H. Porter, in Georgetown. Mrs. Suslo Hogan, of M street, lias returned from a visit to rel atives In Peoria, 111. Miss Idelle McCloy, of Clifton, has returned after spending several months in New; Orleans. Miss Henrietta Bannon has re turned from St. Catherine's Acau emy. Mrs. L H. Fitzgerald, of Jeffer- sonvillc, has been spending tne week with her son James Fitzger ald, at Lagrange. Miss Mary Katherlne Coll is home from. Indiana University to spenu the summer with her parenU? in Jeffersonvllle. Miss Tholma Duffln has returned from Indiana University and will Bpend J-he summer vacation with her mo'ther, Mrs. James R. Duflin. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jennings and son, John, who havo been stopping at the Tyler 'hotel, have returned to t'helr home in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Newman will Jpavo Julv 1 for New. York, where they will spend the remain der of the summer. Mrs. Anna Peters, of Evansville, is here for a visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. Lelandi O'Callaghan, at Prestonla. Dr. J. J. Connolly and Mrs. Con noily, of South Louisville, last week visited at Prestonla, the guests of Mrs. Sallle Durret. Mrs. Emmett Mullane, Meadow brook, has been spending two weeks with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Young, at Versailles. Airs. Matt Corcoran, uarrmger avenue, entertained her bridge club with a most deilgntiul arternoon last week at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Clement and Kon of Salisbury. N. C, havo been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merit O'Neil In Eastern Parkway. Mr. nnii. Mrs. Goorce W. Sullivan announce the engagement of their sister, Miss Elizabeth. Sullivan, 10 T. J. McGurk. The wedding will take place the last of June. Mrs. wiriiain fnwi .u Gault. Mis Louise Dant, Miss Irene Kerb attended their alumnae re union at Lorebto Academy, Marlon county, on Tuesday. Mrs. Jacob Hauck and Miss Anna Scheibcr will leave "the end of Juno tor Seattle, where they will visit Miss Schelber's sister, Mrs. R. H. McCarthy, and Dr. McCarthy. Mrs. Charles Bauer, St. Matthews, announces tho engagement oi ner daughter, Miss Ida Marie JBauer, to Irvln C, Rouff. The wedding will take place In August. Mrs. Frank Gorman. Mrs. Bo-in-ni nnd ilauchtor.. Dorothy, of r.inclnnati. ihavo been visiting Mr and Mrs. Albert Vogel in Windsor Place. Matt. McDonald, of Mobile, is here on a visit, accompanied by his two sons and daughter, and are tho guest3 of Mr. and Mrs. James x. Langan, 1035 Seventh street. -Mis Charlotte Davidson, of the Highlands, has been the guest of Miss Gladys Miller, of Thirty-fourth and Doorhoefer Place, this past week. Master Hugh Cltnes, Audubon Park, lioaves today for Chattanooga, where he will spend a couple of weeks visiting his cousins, Walter and John D, Higgins, - L. Sherloy Cunlffe, tne wen known and prominent turfman, nas been at Latonla this past week at tending .the races and looking after his extensive stable of thorough breds. Mrs. Bernard Asman, Mrs. Anna N. Cunningham, Mrs. J. B.'Ohllg schlager and daughter, Miss M. Ohllgschlager, a recent graduate of Loretto College, St. Louis, attended the alumnae reunion at Loretto Academy on Tuesday. The engagement of Miss Eliza beth Roaine Sullivan and Thomas J, McGurk is announced, the wed ,dlngto take place at St. AloyeiUB church Thursday afternoon, June 30, -at 3 o'clock, The bride-to-be Is a sister of George Sullivan, of Winter avenue, and the prospective groonv Is a former resident of Lex ington, but well acquainted In this city Among tho Louisville people reg istered In New York the past week worn iMr. and Mrs. R. T. Parker, R. H. Humphrey, E. W. Fox, E. E. Buckhart, V. M, Smith, W A. Mar tin, Mr. Mayer and E. S. Mteyers. Mr, and Mrs. William Brumleve have Just announced the ma-rriage of their daughter, Mites Aleen C. Brumteve, to Louie B. Glasgow, at St. Martin's 'chu-rtfh. Mr. and -Mrs. Glasgow are making their home with Mr, and Mrs. Adolph Goffinett. iMies Margaret I. Kmhl and Leon ard. H. Zeapfel' were maraied at St. Franeee of Rome churoh( the Rev. John H RHy perfwrniti the ,eere tMf. Mtae MlnnAe Balmer was bridesmaid, and WiHfam Tompkbt beet man. The brwe we gownwi in hA canton orene. Her tulle vwll ww adJiieteA with peanli and Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar gin and utmost value. OUTLET SOASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATES) 320 "WEST JEFFERSON STREET LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a tot deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tb. peoplo of Louisville at this safe, conservative suty-sjx-year-old bank. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK' MARKET AT SECOND ORPHANS' PICNIC As the time for the Fourth of July picnic and celebration for the benefit of the Catholic orphans of the Louisville diocese draws near the enthusiasm Increases, and indi cations are that with a fair day ?t will be the most successful and! largely attended of any picnic ever held here. There was a gratifying Increase in the attendance at Mon day night's meeting of the General Committee, at waiicn the numerous minor committees made encourag ing reports, showing that all wore doing good work and that every thing will be in, readiness for tho big day. Donations are coming, in rapidly and nearly -$1,500 has been collected by the Button Committee. - HENRY T, KRAFT announces his candidacy for the office of Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. the financial standing to -be the best in the history of the Kentucky jurisdiction, The visitors were taken on an automobile ride in the afternoon and at night attended a banquet and dance at the- Eight Mile House, where 125 members and their fam ilies were seated, which ' was marked by the presentation of an emblematic ring tb State Chief Ranger S. O. Hubbuch, tho presen tation being made by E. J. Schlueter. of Dayton. Ky., Dr. B. J. O'Connor was toastmaster. Preceding the opening of the final day's session of the conven tion Wednesday morning requiem high mass for the reposX of the souls of deceased members was celebrated, by Rev. Father Schlang, O. M. C. The morning's uusmess CHAS. W. MILLIKEN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ; clerk: Subject to Action of Democratic Party T. D. OLINES CANDIDATE FOR County Tax Commissioner Subject to the action of the Democratic Party. ml.-. ... r 1n,l(A nf 4 Via MWAHv Committee are busy soliciting for session was ' taken up mainly with their booth, and ask those wismne,:ow iii """""' "-"-to contribute to communicate with Hon of recommendations to be Miss Clara Connelly, 2510 Duncan 'made to the international oonvon street. Tho "Ham Wot Am" Mon at Milwaukee in August, booth, Which will be a center. wlll Officers to serve . three-year terms be cared for by the following ladles, wore elected at the close of tho and centlemen- convention Wednesday afternoon, ana fenxiwni.ii. rwiJ-rhev are State Chief Ranger, S. O. nand Efflnger. James Fllbln. Harry 'Hubbuch, JMUb) Vice Chief Colgan, H. J. Dojrehkamp, Paul utx, Herman Krebs. Clarence. Simon, tt. T)n t)nn1 T-VrcJn Tl T jnwnn p,i. Von Hoven. (Leonard Frank X. RoU, Newport. The fol Hays. Lillian Brady. Ma,y Spill-, lowinj Trustees were- electa: TUnni.ntii uni mnn mthtipih r iu.ui.ia aiiv ij'k ,.-.,,. v 1111111 fiii i.i. 1 in. 1 oiuii iiiuu, &awwt -- - - Splllman, Tillie Hermes, Ruth Mb Ranger, Robert wuublidiag, Cov ington; Secretary, M. T. Serges- ketter. Louisville; Treasurer, Quire, Edna DIckerson, Jos. Evans, John J. Efftnger, Chas. Haniman, Raymond Schmltt, Wm. L. Smith, Paul Voss, Agnes Rott, Edw. Lott, Lew Cover, Gilbert Schmltt, Lu cille Fitzgerald, Albert Foley, Ag nes Robey, Edna McGill, Loyola McGlll. CEDAR GROVE; JL'SiBiHr EDWARD C. EARLY CANDIDATE FOR BAILIFF POLICE COURT Xpj- Subject to Action 0! Dtaecratie Party jWfflv FOR- ,.. hktter.mii: 9m' owerMia almww bouqvwtof brids's imm' and, orehMe. The bfjdwsmald was. mmmMh) 1n trfnlt 'aoeoMWbU; and ear- vted a. houanet of xak rt)Mw. XfXmr rhm emfttkoat Mr. toft tor Coriagtoo. Mite. Cedar Grovo Academy, in Port land, in charge of the Sisters of Loretto, closed a successful year Tuesday morning. There were no formal commencement exercises, there being only -one graduate of ho classical course. Miss Grace Beatrice McCrory. There were four grUUUilltJS 1TU11I ,uv vummni.. - partment. A very large music class this vear in tbe school1 had their entertainments earlier in the form of two recitals, the Juniors naving theirs in May and tho seniors bav in e a formal Tecltal last week. There was high mass TuesdayJ morning, after wilch the Very Revl Patrick's church, conferred the diplomas on Miss McCrory and tho commercial graduates. Miss Mary Julia Quinn, Miss Beatrice Skeen, Miss Nadlne Nelstor and Miss Eileen Petty. Father Crontn also mnrio an address to the graduates. The chapel was filled with relatives and friends of tne graduates anu the school'. FIRST SOLEMN HIGH MASS. J. Kelleher. Newport, and Charles J. Pardl, Latonla. Representatives' who will attend the international convention at Milwaukee in August are Eucone Daley. Bellevue, ami Thomas Sharkey, Covington. The alternates are J. W.'Blrkel, Louis ville, and Robert' Wubbilding, Cov ington. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. At the Sacred Heart Academy, this city, graduation exorcises were held Wednesday morning, when twelve young ladles passed from that splendid Institution. The diplo mas and honors were conferred by the Right Rev. Denis O'Donagllue, Bishop of Louisville, and the Rev. Father Fultwmce Meyer delivered an Inspiring address to .tliem and their. assembled paroius anu menus, r al lowing are'lho twelve graduated: Mlsse'Marlan -Louise Buchart, EJJeS'beth Ivy Hudson, Mary Flor ence siacwamara, Agnes rrancea Hannon, -Mary Violet Dwyer, Etnel Louise Oeswln, Evelyn Ann Moser, .Katharine Agnes PCeffer, Estner Marie Cablll, Fronia. Priscilla Vlers O'DanieK ,-.. -' riCNIO AND REUNION. The Rev. Father William R. Burke will celebrate his first sol emn high mass in his parish church, St. Louis Bertrand. Sixth and St. Catherine streets, at 10! 30 o'clock Sunday morning. Special music by an augmented choir will add to the ceremonies. The ilrst mass and blessing of a young priest is tho occasion of rejoicing to th congre gation, and of congratulations to his parents and relatives. A large at tendance is expected." After a brief visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Burke, 528 West Hill. street, he will return to 'Washington tor con tinued study, Ho is the first Do minican to be ordained from Louis ville slnco 1905, when Father John McHugh celebrated his first mass at St. Louis Bertrand church. CATHOLIC- FORESTERS. After ar special ,hih ,ma at. St. Anthony's church. Tuesday morning the opening sssrion of .the Ken tucky Stat oonvsotoln of the Cwth olio Order of Foresters wa caWsd, to oier by State Ohie-t Ifcmger Seb fl. Hubbuehs In" St. Amtho'' Hall, Twsnty-thlfrd and Market, with ovsr forty deteeatee and many vWtors pcmmL The addrs of WkKHiH w deHwwd.by' tl Rer. Father SrapWmi O. M. 0., Bplrit uai Adviser of St. Anthony Court. S. O, HubbUflto, SHwte CbW RMtasr, rvlwd the tlre yai t hte admlU)t4ion to Ms addrww, M. T. flsrgeskttor,, State SeeraUry, mpotted aa fncrsaea la membnriiip of s psr eeot, 4 X. Hoik ot Nevfport,; Stf TrtMrnnB-,' ttoowi Real Ice Cream and Sherbet OAXL. ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. KLOTZ St. PhlHp Nerl's summer picnic and reunion will T) held on tho church crounds. Floyd and Wood- blue, June 22 and 23. Rev. Father Ackermann and the -various com mittees have displayed a wonder ful activity In their efforts to make this one of the season's best out ings. There will be entertainment for everybody "and a number of sur prise features will be 'introduced. The ladles have mado ample ar rancoments for the car of their friends and assure all a pleasant finv and venlnK. The salo or tickets indicates a large gathering ENMSTS 50O MEMBERS. Half the quota of 1.000 in the "bettor homo for business women ' membership drive has been ob tained, according to reports of tho committee which met Monday night at the Visitation Home. Mrs. G. W. Rankin, 4819 Southern Park way, who headed tho committoo, said the drive began May 14 and although ihalf tho quota had been reached, mora than CO per cent, of the reports remained incomplete, Proceed? from the drive will be u&ed to furnish and remodel the new- and krgr quartera of the Vte Itatlon Honie on Fourth street. . M.T. ST. JOSEPH'S. ' Louisville Collegiate School 512 WEST ORMSBY AVENUE N FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 26 Fho school offers two courses bf study, the one a college preparatory course,' which prepares tpupils for Vassar. Smith, Wellesley, Mt. Holyoko anu Bryn Mawr colleges; the other a general course, which differentiates ljut little from tho college preparatory course and which leads to tho diploma of the school 1 It Is strongly advised that pupils anticipating either course should enter the school at least by the beginning of the eighth class, in which Important High School subjects are begun. The- work of tho school lb carried on by a faculty of college trained women Music, Art, Gymnastics. As only a limited number of pupils .can bo provided for, early enrpll- ment Is high desirable. r MISS LUCY IIESTER, Principal AUTO BUS SERVICE TELEPHONE SOUTH 010; Sliawneo 809 VI SHOT WC8t 0203; The annual comrasnoenient exr eMe of m. 9L Joseph's UreuMn Academy ww- hd at 9 o'clock Wednesday4 mfornin. Mmir of the jfr6th class wsre Miss OUra Dlie, Bhila Eckmans, Agnss Bekmans, Roberta Robsrts, Mary BtMiron;' (IsrAruds Tbomwi, dth Drtacofl, -Naooy Mnrtauv Katti toM Daat, T . BWn JU Mll, M,ry Lovftie OotoailMi, Mart Lm Hoard. 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