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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second aa1 Brecktarldge VOLUME XXXNO 25 SATURDAY JUNE 28 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS PATRIOTIC I Will Be Celebration of Glorious x I fFourth at Central Park Knights of Columbus Exemplify t Signing of Declaration of Independence Catholic Choral Union and Chorus Will Lend the Singing LIBERTY BELL WILL RING AGAIN Under the capable leadership of Col P H Callahan Grand Knight of Louisville Council all preparations for the grand and patriotic Fourth of July celebration by the Knights of Columbus next Friday at Central Park exemplifying the Signing of the Declaration of Independence are being rapidly completed The va rious details down to the minutest are nil having careful consideration and a number of the Knights of Columbus are working actively as olsting the committees so that there will not be the slightest hitch in the ceremony The erection of the stage will be under the direction of Nell Curtin the well known architect and Messrs Michael Reichert and Charles G Pfeiffer will have charged of the decorations Moving pictures of the exercises will be taken under the direction of Joseph Steurle The large chorus of the Catholic Choral Union will be assembled upon the platform and led by Prof Anthony Molengraft Messrs Frank A Bundschu and Samuel R Hardman have succeeded In getting a large bell which will bo rung while the Declaration Is being signed This is a slight departure from historical detail but in the modern mind the Declaration with out the liberty bell seems impossible Thp selection of members to represent the signers has been com pleted by Chairman Thomas A Bohan the States signers and their representatives being ml follows Massachusetts John Adams FL M Caffrey Samuel Adams T J Flynn Elbridge Berry Al S ISmith John Hancock P H Callahan 7 tPalnoHAlbprtOD ly New HampshireJosIah Bartless Robert G Wulf Matthew Thornton Charles J Cronan William Whipple Edward J Bosler VIrginiaCarter Braxton James P Barry Benjamin Harrison Theo dore J Kim Thomas Jefferson Camden H McAtoo Francis Light foot Lee Thomas A Bohan Richard Henry Lee Joseph Nevin Thomas Nelson Jr Joseph A Sohm George Wythe Carl F Breckel MarylandCharles Carroll of Car rollton C W Decker Samuel Chase John Po Cassllly William Paca Joseph A LudwIg Thomas Stone John A Doyle New Jersey Abraham Clark John J Westerfield John Mart Granville T Rider Francis Hopkln son Joseph M Zahner Richard Stockton Burr Overton John With erspoon Gtxirgo J Butler Pennsylvania George Clymer J William Klapheke Benjamin Frank lin Thomas B Leahy Robert Mor ris William P Hannon John Morton Joseph Meehan George Ross Ben H Imorde Benjamin Rush Bernard Asman James Smith J W Fowler George Taylor Bernard A Morthorst James Wilson Raymond A SchumanRhode and Providence PlantationWilliam Ellery Harry T Colgan Stephen Hopkins Joseph William Floyd Thomas W Tarpy Francis Lewis W H Newman Philip Livingston George H Naber Lewis Morris P F McCarthy Georgia Button Owlnnet Mark J Ryan Lyman Hall Louis C Rus sell George Walton Henry B Mc BrideSouth Carolina Thomas Hey ward Jr Edwin Kirwan Thomas Lynch Jr Thomas F Mannix McCluskeyEdward North Carolina Joseph Howes HooperSMaloneyConnecticutSamuel HuntingtonPShermanFrancisC A Langley Oliver Wolcott Rob ert A Watson lJoKeanjSJIfcEllIott WLawlerJanslng iLleut Gov Edward J McDormoit who had signified his intention of assuming the part of Thomas Jeffer son was compelled to decline at the last moment on account of the ab ofGovbeheldGettysburgr Camden R McAtee who wilt read adoptl9nbydel to harmonize minor details and to have the Declaration signed the way It was actually done 1nI Doming celebration will be divided a number of tableaux showing tne fCoa TMe exwelaee of the afternoon will Iwgiii at 248 oclock with the slag lagetJ Amreavby the cbpral TTnlpp and the audience and the tableaux will then be presented While ttie IXielaratUm if baiac ricaed the SlfXlalsa will irtnf LibvBill a cantata lallr tNd I i t a T KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANa for the occasion and the exercises of the afternoon will conclude with the singing of tho Star Spangled Banner by the chorus and audience This number will be led by Misses Constance Cassllly Mary Fitzgerald and Mario Bannon representing the spirit of America and waving silken American flags Before the conclusion of the ex ercises the prize of 10 In gold will be awarded to tho winner of the contest for school children whoso fathers are members of the Knights of Columbus in the Falls ClUes or In Kentucky tho award being made for the best essay of 250 words upon the Declaration of Independence Quite a great deal of public Interest is being manifested in the cele bration and everything points to a large attendance on the part of the citizens of Louisville nnd Kentucky interested In the cultivation of patri otic ideals and the celebration of the national holiday in a Sato and sane way A committee from the local chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will be present as well as delegations from other societies Publicity has been given throughout the State to the undertaking and with every mail the committee is be- Ing advised that delegations will come to Louisville to take part in the exercises So far as can be learned nothing similar to these al fresco exercises has been attempted before on so largo a scale and the entire membership of Louisvllla feels more and more indebted to Thomas B Leahy for conceiving the idea of such a celebration and for working so earnestly to carry It to a successful conclusion FATHER YORKS JUBILEE The Rev Thomas A York pastor of St Pauls churdh celebrated the silver Jubilee of his ordination last Tuesday morning amidst scenes of the greatest solemnity and splendor Father York celebrated his Jubilee mass assisted by the ev J J Fitz gerald of Highland Park and the Rev Stephen Holleran of Irvington Rev Father Oscar Ackermnan of SI Philip Nerls preached the ser mon pronounced one of the best ever heard on such an occasion From the rectory the Jublljarlan was es corted to the church by the cross bearer and twentyfive white robed acolytes followed by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo and fifty priests of the diocese An elaborolto ban quet followed the jubilee services after which tho school children pre sented an entertainment In honor of Father York and the visiting clergy BOSSE KREBS The most notable and brilliant wedding of recent years at St BonI face church was that of Miss Adelaide T Bosse and Charles C Krebs solemnized with a nuptial high mass Wednesday morning the Rev Father Leonard Nurrn officiat ing assisted by the Rev Father John Bohlsen and the Rev Father Lines Braun Miss Olevia Bosse was the maid of honor and Robert G Bosso was the best man The bride wore a gown of white charmeuse with trim mings of real lace Her veil was arranged with a wreath of orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of orchids and llllies of the valley The maid of honor was gowned in blue crepe meteor with trimmings of lace and the bodice was finished with a sash of pink taffeta With this she wore a large picture hat Tho ushers were Leo Krebs Edward Krebs Dr John Vonder Beck Raymond Fach and Edward Hush Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was senlod at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Krebs have gone to Washington and other points in the East on their wedding trip and upon their return July 5 they will be at home at 817 East Brecklnrldge street Tho bride Is the daughter of Henry Boose and the groom is a prominent young business man being manager of the Southern Optical Company PADUOAH Among the events of Interest in Paducah was the marriage of Miss Florence Sensor daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Senser and Sidney T Moore of Gulfport HIM which was solemnized at St Frances do Sales church Rev Father H A Connelly performing the ceremony The Dorian School closed another successful year with an entertain meat at which an excellent pro gramme WM rendered Prizes were awarded Dow Caldwell and Sam Caldwell and Miuea Louise Bonds Ruble Parker and Porter Holland CATHOLIC BBNATOUS With the entrance Into the United States Swiat of CahfMMm Rob t ertXroHMsrd from LmtUtfuna there will be ttT C ttoHc la that body The others are OQormaii of New York Walsh of Montana Ransdell I of Loiitalana and Aaatint of ArtRoha r n I IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Witnessed by Great Gathcrlngmt Payee Valley rV Bishop ODonnghuc Lays Concr stone of St Aloyslus Church Father Bocs Entertains Bishop and TwentyTwo Visiting Priests CHURCH READY THIS FALL Last Sunday was another history making day for the Catholics of Pewee Valley and vicinity and the Diocese Qf Louisville for It marked the erection of another new and handsome house thalt will this corn lug fall be dedicated to the service of Almighty God The Right Rev Denis OlDonaghue Bishop of Louisville assisted by twentytwo priests 1 leld the rnerstone of the new St Aloyslus church Father Boes the pastor having happily selected for the the occasion the toast of St Aloysius Gonzaga the patron of the parish For long years to come this splendid edifice will stand a monu ment to the piety and zeal of Father Edward Boes and his good people The services began Sunday morning with a solemn high mass of thanksgiving celebrated by the pastor the Rev EW Boos with the Rev Frank OConnor as deacon and tthe Rev Engelbert Schmitt as subdeacon The morning sermon was preached by Father OConnor whose subject was The Christian Virtues in Practical Life Father OConnor dwelt espe cially upon the manner In which the youthful Aloyslus Gonzaga amidst every Incentive to vice had remained pure and Christlike SQ as to merit the title Model of the Young The cornerstone laying proper began at 330 oclock In the afternoon when Bishop ODonaghue blessed the stone and with his own hands swung 1le Into place There were placed in the stone a photograph of the old church documents containing a hls tnry of the parish the names of Pope Plus Xv President Wilson bishop ODoriaghttsGo McCreary and Mayor Head together with copies of the Kentucky Irish American ithe Record the Glaubensbote and the dally papers Bishop ODonaghue was assisted by the Rev Patrick Walsh and the Rev Daniel OSullivan acting as deacons of honor At both of tae services the Concordia Singing So ciety acting under the direction of J J Mueller assisted the regular choirThe sermon was preached by the Rev Charles P Raffia pastor of St Charles church and was pronounced one of his best efforts Father Raffo ook for his subject Our Faith and Us Cornerstone and said 4n part This most Impressive ceremony of laying the cornerstone dtor the new church Is of the most ancient origin and has a wonderful typical meaning It suggests to the mind o the thoughtful man that scene enacted in faroff Galilee nineteen hundred years ago when the Blessed Master spoke to Peter telling him that he and his successors were to be the cornerstone the foundation for his church How true did Christ speak for though the gates of hell have raged against Peter they never have and never will prevail It is with the faith that Jesus Christ will keep his divine promises that the Catholic knowsno fear that the old man who now sits upon the throne of the Fisherman defies the world and the devil and guides the church to greater victories over mens hearts and minds It Is this faith that makes the good Catholic bear abuse and misrepresentation trusting that In the end the truth of the church will prevail for she Is the city set upon the hill toward which the na tions already are turning for light and for the full knowledge of the gospel which alone can save man kind and solve the evils of the times Following the exercises Father Boos entertained the visiting clergy at a banquet in the rectory It wa an informal affair Father Boes says that he expects to have thQ now church complete and ready for serv ices by November The new edifice In to be of native Mono dn Gothic style It will cost J7I000 when fin ished TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I held well attended meeting Monday night atd heard satisfactory reports from those arranging for the annua picnic fo which Phoenix Hill Park has been secured Manager SchweSn wbbhts rlnltrsbasebellI League He is after the best everyetf9rttot ported by the Building Committee which will 6o ho0ee plane for the now addition totheclub boiiie CHBER OLD GLORY The eemniArieement exercise at Notre Dame Ind when eightynine young urea ware graduated were marked by a number of Interesting Incidents One that made lasting Itgprestrionooeurrgd Atthmusi tiiat preceded the exerolMe whenL fqqr member advanced to Ute ano Amry praeeatia to the Right Rev u Bishop Alerdlng for V his blessing the American flag presented to the I university by the senior class on February 22 After the blessing the seniors bearing their gift headed a processlpn to tho lofty flag staff on the college campus where raisedaloft J banner proudly waved on high tea ffCmnNG EVENTS q tlrlsh many American requests will publish fron time to time for the convenience of all concerned a list of conning church or society entertainments In order to avoid unintentional opposition by ti ose contemplat ing selecting an entertainment date Catholic Womans ClubLawn fete Spring Bank Park Wednesday July 9 St Josephs Church Phoenix Hill Park PlcnlcII St Anns church Lawn fete on church grounds Wednesday and Thursday July 9 and 10- Hibornian Social Club I MondayJulyj I Trinity Council Picnics I Phoenix Hill Park July 16 St James Bell ClubLawn 1 fete on church grounds I Bardstown road July 23 I St Vincent de Paul Church Picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Wednesday Jyjy 16 I Retail GroctirsPicnic at I Fontaine Ferry Park July 24 I Macfcln Council Y M I I Outing at Stowers Grove JulyII 24 St Leos church Picnic church grounds August 6IonII St Anthonys Hospital Garden party Vernon and I Sycamore Wednesday July 23 St Pauls ChurchPIcnic at Phoenix Hill Park August 4 i RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary Ann Mitchell was held Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church Rev Father Craney officiating iat the solemn obsequies Mrs 5ilJrchell was the mother of Mrs WJ E Moakler 2421 IBank street and was seventyone years of age gf Mrs Bridget G nbY formerly a well known member of the Sacred Heart church parish In this city died early Thursday riiirning at the res idence TJTIier r RTTrtnimby 4h Chicago The deceased had many lifelong friends in Louisville who will be sorry to learn of her death and extend their sympathies to her sor rowing family St Boniface parish mourns the death of Mrs Mary Gods beloved wife of Bernard Goda 1011 Caldwell street and mother of Miss Margaret Goda The deceased was fortysix years old and her death followed a surgical operation for abscess Her funeral took place Wednesday morn ing from St Boniface church and was attended by a large concourse of mourning friends Mrs Katherine Bayens wife of Joseph Bayens 909 Lydia street was called from her earthly suffering early Sunday morning after an ill ness borne with Christian fortitude for seventeen months Besides her husband nine children and a wide circle of relatives mourn her death The funeral was held Tuesday morn Ing from St Elizabeths church of which Mrs Bayens had been a devout member By the death of Edward Nolan Sr 632 East Chestnut street St Johns church loses another of its most highly esteemed and faithful members For years he had been Assistant Superintendent of the Commonwealth Life Insurance Com pany and stood high in business cir cles Hn was a brother of Patrolman David Nolan and besides his wife Mrs Agnes Nolan leaves one son Edward Nolan Jr and four daugh ters His funeral occurred Wednes day morning Rev Father Schuh mann officiating at the solemn obsequies Hugh ODonnell ono of the plo neer members of St Patricks par ish passed peacefully into heavenly hiss home 2616 Montgomery street For thirty years he was one of our lead ing coal dealers retiring eight year- ago and transferring the business this o son He was eightyfive old and is survived by his wife an two sons James J and Joseph W ODonnell and two daughters The funeral will take place this morning when the Rev James P Cronin V G will be the celebrant of the soI- L emn mass of requiem 1PRESENT FOR LANGAN At the meeting Of Division 4 A O H Monday evening President John arellr fosr John P Langan a member of the dlvlfilonr who was married Wednesday afternoon at the Dominican church to Miss Della T Kenney thee token to foe given with the compliments a Division 4 The Visiting Committee reported Pat McGuire as rapidly recovering from his recent lajury and AMlBtant Financial Secretary Dave Retlly ww present having recovered from hie attack of ankyloelB The attendance and financial eoelpte were the but lamnt1ia loflthe old guard being reeat alnotig them be- Ing genial Tom DIgnan adPlMonokan pointy President W J Connelly wa atop oA sand I HERALD Introduces Yellow Journalism Imported From Its Eastern Connections List of Axton Signers Makes In teresting Rending For Observers Colored Brothers and Religious Fanatics Prominent in List of Names IS FRIGHTENING TRADE AWAY The Louisville Herald has transported some of the tactics of its Eastern connections in tho newspa per line and In its endeavors to boost the Axton wing of the Progres ive party Is now a dally devotee of yellow Journalism containing at tacks on the police department and the Democratic administration its columns reeking with magnified stories of minor burglaries and attempted robberies and does not hesitate to even misrepresent the facts In a majority of tho cases the Herald states that there were no arrests which Is false and could easily be disproved by consulting the police department records and In the attempted burglary case ofI Patrolman OHearns residence grudgingly concedes that the officer locked up what the biased writer of tile Progressive organ styled as a suspected felon while it was proven that Officer OHearn discovered the burglar in his home and captured him after a short chase not oven losing sight of him after the pursuit from his home The minor burglaries and disturbances are a part of tho dally happenings of a large city like Louisville the world over and roastln the police depxrt mont Is the favorite theme of publications antagonistic to the adminis trations while the writers of the yellow stories know that a pollee department comprised of a man to every block would not be able to entirely eradicate minor offenses At the Heralds rato ot progress we may expect extras al about boy swiping anothers apple core etc- AspredlctediJitneSB columns last u uciv uiu iiiiuuuiivciuviii til Copt Frank Reichert as a candidate for the Progressive nomlnntlbn for Mayor served to frighten the Herald Vance wing of tho party and the danger of losing Wood Axtons cam paign barrel caused the Herald to rush into print with a couple of pages of names most negroes who III all probability were not consulted beseeching Axton to run for Mayor the attempt being made to frighten Rnlchert off the track with the appearance of having a corner on Progressive signers By the way Cant Reichert will not be able to get his list In the same columns even at advertising rates Among the other possible Axton candidates mentioned were George Steffey for mer School Board candidate on the A P A ticket who aspires to be Pheriff and A J BIermann prom inent Junior Order worker who wants to be Councilman and others of the same ilk Sandwiched in among tho large list of colored brothers Is J P Hamilton L and N clerk and Tom Watsons local defender and fortyone other clerks of the same office which has always been a hotbed of political agitation and a regular stamping ground for those fomenting religious hatred Another surprising incident of the list was the names of Judge H H Moore and Ills son both being connected with the Germantown News tho former being editor and business partner of Adam Spahn who as pires to ho Representative from the Fortysixth Legislative district on the Democratic ticket Very few prominent names In either business or laboring circles are appended to the Axton call and in all probability many of the signers were not aware what they were signing or what their mark was affixed to The Heralds attempted introduc tion of yellow Journalism In this community will only disgust decent thinking citizens and the attempt to Injure Louisvilles business interests Is a rebuke to the merchants and business men who recently made a sing of sections of Kentucky solicit trade this being counteracted by the Heralds fake stories of rob therebydfrightening away prospective cus tomers Another inconsistent feat lire of the Heralds attack of the police department is the fact that Roosevelt its infallible leader stated on his last visit hero tha Louisville bad one of the finest and best drilled police forces which i had been his good Iortune to witness LOOKING BAD FOR ULSTER Things are looking very bad l Ulster The Orangemen are dOtIng everything poeatbieto stir up the pas stone of the Nationalists flauntin- gtelreaponabefCre heir eyes andf drilling marching and countermarch jug day and night while from al- f l ofJ1die tie hope that the Nationalists wit1 commit some violent act whirl willI deprive tfcem of the sympathy of the country The language of the Union irr ilaader la becoming more andI more revolutionary and Iit IB arprlr IRK that vomf of them have not beenL arrested for thMr incendiary ereecbeq and eaeourageTjent of self ion It la considered however Matt the taeties ot the Goveranwat are the wisest than could be used under the circumstances and the determination of the evidentI until actualarrest no one violence are committed is a source of considerable annoyance to toe Unionist leaders who would like to poso as martyrs to the cause of free speech MEET AND SEE TIlE POPE The Rev E A KirbY pastor of St Roses church at Girard Ohio left this week for a trip abroad Father Kirby goes first to Ireland where ho will meet his three broth ers all three priests Two of them had left home to serve in England and Australia before Dr Kirby was born and he will see them now for the first time in his life His father is still living Together the father and four sons will travel through Europe going finally to Rome where the father will have the un usual honor of presenting four sons all In the service of the church to the Holy Father SCHOOL YEAR CLOSES The parochial school of St Vin cent de Puals parish closed its scholastic year last Monday During the past year 446 pupils attended the school 207 boys and 239 girls OI these 292 pupils received an average of 85 per cent and over and will therefore be promoted to a higher grade A lareg number of medals premiums and testimonials were distributed at the closing exercises St Vincent de Pauls Is a perfectly graded school the Eighth grade in cluding a course in shorthand typewriting bookkeeping rand algebra STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY Dr John F Sullivan aged thirty one a leading dentist of this city apoplexyFriday tho news of his death at 1 oclock Sunday was a painful shock to onII many friends and acquaintances was the son of Mr and Mrs J J Sullivan and a native of Louisville Dr Sullivan was a graduate of the Louisville College of Dentistry and five months ago was appointed toI look after the condition of the teeth of the pupils of the public schools having an office for his work at the openair school Second and Gray streets Besides his parents he Is survived by his widow Mrs Mamie Weir Sullivan to whom he was married nine months ago and three sis ters Mrs James J Clary and Misses lea and Florence Sullivan The fu neral was held Tuesday morning from the Cathedral and was largely attend ed For tine bereaved wife and rela tives there Is felt ithe most profound sympathy BKIILTANT CONQUEST From the Cincinnati Enquirers New York letter we glean the follow tug which will prove pleasant read Ing hero Mrs William Marshall Uullltt who was Nora laslglI is the happiest bride of the Berkshlres The dashing former Solicitor General of the United States a Kentuckian born and bred among fair women made a brilliant conquest Mrs Ilullltt shows the Greek blood of her father who was Consul in Boston before hIs marriage to Amy Gore Walker one of the richest women of Boston at the time of her mar riage Mrs Bullltt has an Independent fortune and will doubtless win her way in Louisville Mr and Mrs Bullitt have been spending a few days In Gotham HAPPILY WEDDED Tile marriage of Anthony J Sheri dan well known and popular in rail road circles and Miss Bertha Itasslnler who has been prominent in Catholic society was solemnized at noon Wednesday at the Cathedral Rev Father Rock performing the RassinIertcousin of the bride was her maid of Chicagotacted as best man Mr and Mrs Sheridan have gone East on a wed ding trip and upon their return wilt be with the brides mother at 724 ofnfriends extend them their hearty congratulations fOtJIID WAS BUSY thisImontb1smarrlaeg licenses issuedl from the- ICountYCleJlk office Among those license this week were William B Hall and Mary McGUV Kugene M Ford and Josephine O Gnau Frank L Itand Anna Moran Louis Walther Jr and Anna Belle McCarthy Jqhn G Parsons and Josephine A Wentzell T oJ- 1rp Hagan and Mary Conatry An thony J Sheridan and Bertha C Rawlnler and John W Ileridr ly and- Mary 1C Murphy WEDO PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK GIve This Office Your Next Order LOUISVILLE KlrchdorferNew HARD WEEK Liberal Party Narrowly Averts Defeat From Marconi Scandal Frankness and Tact of Lloyd George and Rufus Isaac Viii nay Astounding Receptions Given Redmond and Devlin In Scotland CARSON TOUR PROVES FAILURE I We are out of the woods but we had a bad time before we got through the shadow cables Hon T EdinburghScotland Marconi scandal that for months has haunted the Liberals and threatened the Government It looked several times as though we might see the fall of the Asquith Ministry through nb stentions from divisions the loss of home rule and a general election fought under such unfavorable conditions as to secure a huge Tory majority and Tory role for five or ten years at least The specter has upbyceased to be dangerous This es cape from our chief trouble was duo In the first place to tho clear proof admitted in even the bitter Tory report of Lord Robert Cecil that neither Chancellor LloydGeorge nor guiltyiBut it also largely was due to the consummate tact with which both Ministers met their opponents- It was evident for several days preceding the debate that unless Sir Rufus Isaacs and Chancellor LloydGeorge made a handsome con fession of a grave error of Judgment manyrlberalRwould find themselves unable to support them and the keenest anxiety was felt lest LloydGeorges proud spirit might refuse to make any such apology But both Sir Rufus and LloydGeorge rose to the demands of the occasion md1lta armed even theJrolP2Jtms Ly tlfe franknehs t ttltcifeolifessfonsI ot ewers of Judgment But with the characteristic changeability of this whole drama the second days debate soon re vealed again the threatened fissures In the Liberal party and still more In the labor ranks- LloydGeorges Liberal critics again began to demand such a reso lution as would imply regret at the action of the Chancellor and Sir Rufus in Joining in stock exchange speculations Hurried and feverish took place between thissection and Premier Asqulths fol lowing with the result that Asquith consented to a form of words which met their views It was hoped this might secure the withdrawal of the Tory vote of censure but A Bonar Law would not abandon this ground hoping probably that hp could secure the downfall of LloydGeorge or that In any case his party could continue to make party capital against Lloyd George even after the debate in the House of Commons This compelled a division which rallied every Lib eral but three notorious cranks most Laborltes and all Nationalists except followers of OBrien who ab stained from voting and gave a fine majority of seventyeight votes Meantime the Ministry has had a splendid series of successes through out the entire week The majority of ninetynine votes In favor of the Welsh bill was unexpectedly large rind due to the adhesion of the Lib eral churchmen who had been hostile to the bill and were driven Into supporting it by the absence of all approach to a compromise with the Tory churchmen Home rule had oven a bigger tri umph Carsons Orange tour through Scotland and England was a miserable failure winding up in an approach to a riot at Norwich where 10000 people hooted and in sulted him refusing to allow him or other Orangemen to utter one word and ultimately compelled the whole traveling circus to take to flight This tragic failure was made more conspicuous by the astounding success of the counter tour of Redmond and his colleagues Two hundred thousand people gavo Redmond and Devlin a royal reception through the streets of Glasgow The reception in Leeds was equally good and I send this cablo from Edinburgh where we have addressed a meeting in the largest hall in the city and also an overflow gathering of several thousands who were unable to gain admittance to the principal meeting Thus this groat week has been a triumphant vindication of Chancellor LloydGeorge and Sir Rufus Isaacs the practical end of the Marconi Bcandal the further advance of the Welsh bill and the long delayed but inevitable uprising of the English and geotch democracy against far bigotryandJUDGE SUliLiyAN HOME Judge Jere A Sullivan of Rich mond who had been onflaed In LouIMilieandLetngtonhogpitalsforaevera alrt16itroKa of tOe left side returned gaoatlyasImproved limb will not attempt 4o rep sums hit law practice for the prevent Tram one tad of ght Statei to the other ails recovery 1is hoped for ry I p gBillTTJL1L1LL i I I G TIflMRE6RNeuted to the Social sad Moral AdrascemeBest ot Irlih Americas and CatltoUee- Officially Ancient Order of Hibernians Young M na Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PuHlhr SciBnlcrtd ii tht L BltTlll Poit Hlc sa StioodClan nuar HreisallCenmDiUatloas to tile KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Orees St r r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 28 1913 PERTINENT QUESTIONS Mrs Matthew T Scott exPresl dent General of the Daughters of tbe American Revolution takes tbe sensible view of the woman suffrage question Before seeking the hallo women should ponder well Mrs Scotts statement nnd seek true answer to the questions she propounds In the following Say what we will about moral sufferings of women in time of war after all It Is men whose bodies are broken and whose life blood Is spilled on every battle field Whet the day Is done shall the home 1 be deserted evening spent In respecUvt political clubs which may be diverse and bitterly opposed nnd finally when election day arrives how mud satisfaction will the matron derlvo from casting a ballot which may 1 be offset three or four to one by ballots cast by her maid servants W11l she find In the mere act of public depositing of her voto sufficient compensation for hours and days taker from the preferred society of her children to bestow upon politic committees and their dally meetlngi mid long documents Have you thought It out all this fresh care foreign to all your habits of thought and work that you are lightly nssum Ing We have followed It thus far only to the day of election But immediately after that What next Division of spoils with still more work and worry yet and all heartburning of defeated expectation that turn fruits of victory to ashes and Immediately beyond that come preparations for tho next elections Is this the boon that women have been fighting for with such misdirected energy and devotion Have they duly thought out and realized to tIle full extent the unnatural burden they would add to their present cares PENSION RELIEF Old age pension schemes are an admission that living wages have not been paid This Is a point made by the Leader of San Francisco in discussing the wage question These pension schemes It says begin at the Ivrohirehd They may be necessary now to make up for the criminal alliance of the State with unscrupulous capital during the past century but they only palliate the evil they do not go to the root The i root of the evil Is that men have been compelled to work for less than a living wage which has low ered their vitality pauperized their families herded them In hovels ap prenticed their children to vice and driven them to the cheap consolations of tho dram shop which even Holy Scripture does not deny to those laden with sorrows such as theirs Let a living wage be given tomorrow to every worklngman In America there would still be wastrels still the unlucky still the sickly but their number would not exceed the easy efforts of private charity to relieve their wants The old age pension Is the greatest In dictment of our modern economic system and is only another form of robbing the poor to excuse the rigs from the obligation of restitution APPROPRIATE SLOGAN The A P A Menace should carry at Its masthead A sucker is born every minute as emblematic of tho dupes who pay for and believe in the maudlin stuff contained in Its cot umneThe Methodist Episcopal College 4 of Bishops assure Andrew Carnegie that they are as unwilling that he should be deceived as that their f university should be dismembered and their church dishonored This Is going some for the wily Andy who would unite and make our country second to Great Britain Gov Sulzer has exhausted himself bringing charges against those who disagree with him His opponents are now busy with his record which is not all to his credit New Yorks Governor will ere long discover his mistake In assuming that he alone is the whole power In the Empire State Indications point to a record breaking attendance at the annual convention of the Catholic Educa tional Association to be held in New Orleans next week In the educa tional Held this association te destined to be recognized and play a prominent part English auffragaets are now charged with attempt to wreck passenger trains Placing eteetrac Lions on tracks In a tunnel is tkrir t latest Rather tbaa the right to l rote they ebeuld ba glrtn a long priaon wnUoe wa rGtmuch glysa to letting but w think itSaia safe ambl that the extraordinary uato a of the Nan York Legislature will not adopt Gov Sulzers direct primary butCath olic Sun Everywhere throughout the country the Catholics will celebrate the Glorious Fourth next Friday wUl appropriate and patriotic exercises They will keep alive the true American spirit while the A P A tbo Guardlaps of Liberty and their kind will be found In the woods most of them hiding behind the big trees The Kentucky Irish American would urge all Its readers to be ai Central Park next Friday afternoon to participate in the Fourth of Julj celebration The Heralds political movement iIs Progressing mighty fast toward Wood Axtons campaign barrel ST XAVIERS COLLEGE Tho closing exercises of St Xaviers College were held Monday night when thirtyfour young men received their diplomas In the pres once of Bishop ODonaghue many priests and audience that more thatl filled the large colltgo auditorium Brother James and his colleague were warmly congratulated upon the success achieved which surpassed any year in the history of this great institution The speakers contest for the Frank Geher gold medal was won by Edward S Bowman James P McGee salutatorlan spoke on Government Supervision of Trusts Albert J Michael on- Onr Duty to the Philippines Edward H Mattlngly on Angels on Earthl Charles A Kirn on Where the Menace Lies and Henry U Thleman on The Relation of the Cross to the Nations Robert G Bosse was the valedictorian The alumni address was delivered by Raymond A Schuman of the class of 1907 Bishop ODonaghue delft ered a short but happy address that gave encouragement to the graduates who were Leo William Adams Albert Thomas Barth Robert George Dome Edward Seraphim Bowman Martin Andrew Brown John Bernard Campbell Norbert Hanlej Clemens Raymond Leo Clemens Paul Francis Dent James Joseph Greene Thomas James Griffin Thomas Hubert Hayden Eugene Pault Henry John Charles Hcrget Law rence DeWitt King Joseph Francis hirchdorfer Charles Augustus Kirn Clarence Robert Kleler Louis Casper Kosse Rufus Coffee Kyle WilliamII Lee Larkins Harry John Llchtefeld Edward Hagan Mattingly James Pat rick McGee William Philip Meyer Albert Joseph Michael Robert Lee Morris Thomas Jeremiah Mylor Charles Hancock Newell Eugene Raymond Schott Karl Joseph Storch Henry Nicholas Thiemann Charles Chester Warrell and Philip Bernard Watson Following are the seniorII class prize winners Robert G Bosse Arthur J Duerr William G OToole Rudolph H suck Jacob C Hoff John pauliJII J Griffin William L Bohan A large number of awards were also made toI the juniors PETERS PENCE In the Catholic churches through out the Louisville diocese tomorrow the annual collection for the Holy Father will be taken up This offering Is not made to Pope Pius for his personal use but to aid him in his work as Chief Pastor of the faithful throughout the world The Messing of the Holy Father Is be towed upon all who contribute and doubtless the people of Louisville will be generous in their contributions THEY WED HERE With a nuptial mass at Holy CrossI church Tuesday morning the Rev Father Brey ofllclAted at the mar loge of Miss Anna Schultles for some years past a resident of this city and Lawrence B Gelsler of Owensboro The bride and groom are both natives of Jasper Ind and ttelr marriage Is the culmination of a courtship begaln in their childhood days Following the ceremony there was a reception at tho home of the brides brother Theodore Schultles Grainger court after which the couple left for Owensboro where they will make their future borne- FRANIFORT On Friday July 4 Frankfort Knights of Columbus will celebrate Independence day with their third annual outing at Glenwood Park near the city The Executive Committee has appointed committees who will have charge of the numerous new and novell amusements that will be presented for the entertainment of the hundreds of visitors who will come from all over the State asI the Frankfort council has earned the reputation of Riving the most successful Fourth of July picnics in Kentucky On invitation to be pre ent hoe been sent every Knight in lie State The celebrated Second Regimfent hand and orchestra will furnish tie music all day and at night nwnnwc THANKS Th Catholic Romans Club ex- teIMJ fitfnl thinks tolti friends for th1 assistance rendered In the reent jeattest by which the club won he flljO prtaj i 1 SOCIETY di Misses Benita and Honor Murph are visiting in Kansas City I Miss Margaret Fltzgibbone hIlS had as her guest Miss Anna Forst of Parkview Edwin Parker spent last week at Shepherdsville visiting his aunt Mrs Jim Myers Miss Mary Campbell of the High lands has been the guest of Miss 1Ivo Clark at Pleasure Ridge Miss Florence FItzpatrIck returned home with Miss Alberta Peyton for a brief stay nit Logansport Mrs R F Hays and daughter Mis Mary of Highland Park attended the Nazareth commercial exercises Miss Anna ODonnell accompanied her aunt Mrs King home to Chapeze where she is visiting JI1ssI Mrs P Glltnane and sister Mayme Halllnan are spending sev oral weeks at Camp Nelson Ky Miss Ada Byrne of New Albany spent last week In IRockport visiting Mrs J L Sullivan and daughters Miss Marie Maloney Breckinridg street has gone to Denver to spend tho summer with her uncle George R Cope Twyman Mnttingly returned last week from Notre Dame Ind accompanied by Walter Clemens ot Springfield Miss Clara Angermeler has returned from school at Nazareth and Is1 at home with her parents in the Highlands Miss Mary Hagan has been spend ing a week at New Haven visiting her aunt Mrs Charles Coyle and other relatives Mr and Mrs Edmund Higgins are here on a visit to Mrs Higgins mother Capt J J Casey of 622 West fit Catherine street Mrs T J Cumming and daugh ter Miss Louise have returned from a delightful visit to Mrs W IL Gaines at Carrollton Misses Helen Elizabeth and Frances Malone are home from Naz nreth where they attended the academy the past year Henry Sullivan and wife and daughter Bertha spent last week with Mrs Sullivans father Jest Goldsmith at Bonnleville Dan Walsh Jr who is studying for the priesthood at StlIIelnrads College Is home to spend his vaca Lion with his parents In New Albany Mr and Mrs Andrew Corcoran nnd baby leftlast week to make their home in Bellvllle Ont where Mr Corcoran has accepted a responsible position Mrs Joseph Thornbury who was here to spend a week with her sons Messrs Matt and Mackin Thornbury has returned to her home at New Haven Miss Josephine M Tierney of 1119 West Broadway has returned homo from Loretto Academy with two gold medals awarded her for I scholarship and neatness Mike C Moran and bride who was I Miss Mattie Forstlng will return Mon day from the East where they went on their wedding trip and be at home at 2028 Murray avenue IILouisI R Vetter and bride nee Mis Eleanor M Sullivan who are now spending their honeymoon in the East will be at home to their friends after July 1 at 103 Maryland avenue I Her many friends will be grieved to learn that Miss Elizabeth Halls lIlrslJerry nueIAmong tho Louisville people In New York last week were Mr and Mrs J B Mullaney Mr and Mrs Jr A Prendergast Mr and Mrs D J Drlscoll and Col Charles B Hagerty Miss Mae Adams Lincoln gave a dinner Saturday evening at the Country Club In honor of Miss Eliza beth Webb and Miss Helen Mapother who left Tuesday for Gloucester Mass to spend the summer A pleasant affair of the past week was the reception tendered the ladies of the Altar Society of the Sacred Heart church Wednesday afternoon by Mrs Dennis Whalen at her home 749 South Eighteenth street I Mr and Mrs Walter Higgins who hnvo been spending their honeymoon here left Thursday night for Mo bile Ala While here many dellght fut receptions and entertainments were given in their honor and the I wishes of a legion of friends follow them for a happy and prosperous life I The marriage of Joseph F Volgt1 a prominent business man of Jeffer sonville and Miss Marie McGrath of Lafayette Ind was solemnized in the latter city Wednesday morning George H Volgt and a number of Jeff rlOnvll1 friends and relatives of the groom Went to Lafayette to witness the ceremony After their wedding trip the happy couple will make their home In Jeffersonvllle 1 In the presence of a large gather rIg of friends Mies Josephine Went all of the West End and JohnG Parsons of New Albany were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at St Ceciliasl church atev Father Craney performing the ceremony Botfc are well known and popular and were the recipients of hearty oon Bratulatloiwi Immediately after the eerembay they lest Xor a itrip throuffe the East ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection TRANSYLVANIAE Building Cunning Lewis BrotzgeSA- LE OF 2500 2250 AND 2000 SUIT PRICE 1450The savings afforded average onethird to onehalf The values are of the type which every person of an economicalmind willappreciate Mens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop N W THIRD AND JEFFERSON m The Last Dollar1mmmTh t you spent for something you dl1not NEED would have started a nn SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED 1m twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR II must be spent for sometblag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the I fin dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever omlnI IIKy Title Savings Bank III and Trust Co l Fifth and Court Place m nOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m U iiIIj St Georges church was thronged Tuesday afternoon when the marriage of Miss Loraine A Miller and Frederick C IDeuser was solemnized by the pastor Rev Father Weiss The ushers were Messrs Harry Murray Edward Miller Frank Barth and Edward Douser The wedding was complete in all its details and one of the prettiest ever wtmessed In St Georges After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Deuser loft for a trip East The marriage of Miss Marguerite C Hart and Peter J Bauscher takes place this morning at 6 oclock at St Philip Neris church The ceremony will be performed by the Rev Father O P Ackermann with nuptial mass After the ceremony a wedding break fast will be given for the immediate I families at the home of itho bride aunt Mrs Edward E Kirwan The couple will leave immediately for Chicago where they will make theli home KNIGHTS flffiOLllMBllSt Late News That Will Interes Members Here and elsewhere l State Deputy Niezer has institute a council at Whiting Ind Fifty candidates received the three degrees last Sunday at Ind Last week the third degree was vorked on a cjass of seventyfive at Lca N Y I Rhode Island gained thirtyone members for the month of May and has now a total of 3639 I By a practically unanimous vote the two Syracuse Councils with a com bitted membership of 1220 have decided to consolidate as soon as the charter can be secured e HONOR FATHER RILEY The Rev Father John H Riley ol Bhelbyvllle has been selected as a member of the Advisory Committee of the Kentucky State Fair This Is rec ognized as quite a compliment to Shelby county and all will be pleased to know that Father Riley has been prevailed upon to accept the honor LAWN FETE Arrangements for the lawn fete to be given by the Catholic Womans Club at Spring Bank Park on Wednesday July 9 are progressing satisfactorily Besides the dinner and supper there will be euchre and lotto games with various other amusements and an abundance of refreshments AT FONTAINE FERRY Real midsummer form Is now shown at Fontaine Ferry and alt records are being shattered The weather has given Manager Bllger his chance and the park beautiful Is primed for Its best effort Tho vaudeville bill contains five high class acts and the Natiollo band concerts are the most yet swlmI tions of Little Elsie the fancy and high diver CHAPLAIN REANEYS JUBILEE IThe Rev William Henry Ironsides Reaney the oldest ranking chaplain ot either army or navy of the United States celebrated the silver jubilee of his ordination last Saturday in Brooklyn One of the features was a banquet attended by prominent officials of the army and navy of the Spanish and Philippine War Veterans and others Very Rev John Chidwlek D D former chaplain f the Maine acted SB toautmaeter IPather Reaney was chaplain of the- agahip Olympia at the battle of Manila Bay lulTJJgT IN STYLBS A good 1ngwalldng costume ill made of brown moire The ehort tunic saahea are an im rtant featurer dressy toilets Almost all the Skirt to the ilki mite shop some firm art drapery Bordered retina is oeof the- o CI Sixth Floor Paul Jones CUT COR Kentland popular swimmer ONTAINEFERR THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood Vaudeville 1IOC DcALL1 Free Concerts by Natiellos Band BIG NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running water SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILESFOR 150 On tho Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leave the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautify Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Fark has been greatl Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the managcaen of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts iARRY DECKER Assistant Manager BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PbJttes 223 11 your boys KB aaeftttea that trill nue them for lire ST XAVIERS 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REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED CEOTRAL FURNITURE CO laeorjxsTsiai N W Cer ThM Gild Gmi Stt- We faratoh tbe homecese plat oa aty payte WMCALUfHAN Mir SUM feft 11 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes St Paul Hibernians are arranging for a great field day for the middle of AugustWith fifty members enrolled another division has been organized in New York City The Hibernians of Pueblo Col are keenly alive and getting all the candidates available lOne hundred and fiftythree were taken into the order in St Paul and Minneapolis during the past six months Tie Ladles Auxiliary of Providence increased from three to five the prizes for Irish history in St Teresa Atndemy Division 1 meets Tuesday night and it is expected that many who have not been attending will present themselves Sirs John Arthur State President visited the auxiliaries In Northern Indiana and found them in flourish ing condition Buffalo Hibernians will have Irish day fct Crystal Beach on July 19 The field contests have entered the coun trys best athletes The recently organized Ladles Aux iliary at alley Falls R I held its first class Initiation last week and admitted sixtyfive members Oregon wlbernlans plan q great reunion at Portland next August the proceeds to be used in the erection ot the new hall on Russell street Those members who would help the grand old Ancient Order should attend at least one melting each month They will benefit themselves by so doing Mrs Mary McWhorter of Chicago was given a delightful reception by the Minneapolis auxiliaries National State and county officers were present tc do her honor A beautiful life size statue of St Patrick has been presented the Church of the Immaculate Conception of Trenton N J by Division 6 and Ladles Auxiliary 2 The Ladles Auxiliary holds Its first July meeting Wednesday night at Falls City Hall They have had a splendid year thus far and will do everything to make the next six months fitlll better I Division 2 will hold its regular meeting next Thursday night at Thirteenth and Oak streets It is expected that a number of applica tions will be filed and several candi dates balloted for President Ford urges all the members to be present They will hear much of Interest and be well entertained The Ladles Auxiliary of Paw tucket have arranged for a fitting commemoration of the part taken by men of the Irish race In the battle of Gettysburg the fiftieth anni versary of which falls on July 2 The observance calls for a solemn high mass of requlemto be attended by the members of Tower Post G A R and an escort of the National Guard and such of the local organizations in which membership is held by men of Irish birth or extraction RECOVERING Mrs Mary Canty who has been confined to her home on West Madi son street suffering from shock and injury received from the attack of a big dog has been pronounced out of danger and on the road to recov ery to the great relief of her family HANDSOME ADDITION Work has commenced for the build ing of a handsome addition to St Jo ephs school on East Washington streett It will consist of four large rooms and will be ready for the open Ing of the school term next Septem ber AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE Dr J T Chawk and Harry L Smith have established a garage at 713 Seventh street for the purpose of hiring out automobiles at a reason able rental and can accommodate parties on short notice POSTAL CLERKS The Louisville postal clerks held an enthusiastic meeting Sunday afternoon when William J Hollls and Herbert M Jessel were elected delegates to the National Federation pf Postotflce Clerks who will hold a three days convention at Indianapolis the first week In September George C Burton and Ivy Shlpp were chosen alternates and Clarence Coleman will represent the clerks in the local Trades and Labor Assembly CHURCH PICNIC Members of St Josephs congregu tion are working faithfully for their annual picnic to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on July 9 The school children will be taken to the park In the morning euchre and lotto wlU be played In the afternoon and at night there will be a varied enter tainment From present indications this picnic will eclipse the one here chargeareand V K Ecker They are being ably assisted by John F Oertel Charles Stauoble Jacob Steuerer George J Ecker Joseph Helm John Schmuckle George Georgel Fred Bouchard Louis Staeublo and Carl Schmuckie and the ladles of the parish THE EPISCOPALIAN ROW The Episcopalian row over the proposed change of name for that church still goes merrily oa list the warring factions seem as far as ever from arriving at a decision Some continue to hold fast tenaciously to the old pugnacious term Protestant and they advise those who prefer to be knows M Catholics to go over to Rome This advice as a contemporary puts It is based on the assumption that the copying of the Catholic ritual makes Catholics of Protestants As well might one My tht the putting on of a new suit of clothes Invests a per son with a new intellectual share terNew World FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST SOCIETY DIRECTORYI R Y A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First I and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu I IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan I SergeantatArras Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn KeaneI I DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and OakI PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan I Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary Jphn T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes Elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J angan Recording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArmsThomas Far ell jSentinelM J McDermott Y M1 MAOIQN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry rr Klbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat I TWIN CITY LEAGUE The followers of the Catholic Base ball League were given quite a surprise last Sunday when the two leaders the Champions and the Spring Banks were beaten decisively- by the Hepburns and the Bruins and the Shamrocks received a forfeited game from the Cadets making the aco very close for leading honors Capt Frank Reichert President of the league bas injected himself as a pinch hitter for the Progressive line up in the August primary ibelng a candidate for Mayor The schedule for tomorrow isgas follows Bruins vs Kentucky Oaks Champions vs Cadets Shamrocks vs Hepburns Spring Bank vs Athletics The stand ing to date W L Pct Champions 6 3 667 Spring Banks S 3 6- 25Shamrocks5 3 625 Kentucky Oaks 5 4 556 Hepburns 3 4 4291 Athletics 3 5 375 Cadets 3 5 375 Drums 3 6 333 PLAY HOOSIERS TODAY Our Colonels play Mike Kellys Indianapolis team this afternoon again and close the series with a double header tomorrow If our pitchers are In condition Louisville should have no trouble in making the series three out of four as Kelly Is experimenting- at present with practically a new line up Monday they begin a threegame series with the rejuvenated Toledo team and return home Thursday to meet Indianapolis for three games which Includes two games for July 4 It Is believed that the Colonels have entirely recovered from their recent slump and when Ingerton returns to the lineup should again strike their beat gait his absence beI- ng the worst felt of the year Beginning with their next stay at hdme President Wathen should take steps to eradicate the shoestring bettors from the neighborhood of third base who in a great measure are depriving many patrons of pleasure at the park their constant flaunting of their tld Mt wagers being a nuisance and If allowed will roar the pleasure of the game for many HOLY LAND The Holy Land bas a population of ISO females to every 177 males IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Roscrea Guardians have elected Mr Mullally relieving officer Damage to the extent of 5000 was done by a fire which originated In BallYjslllenCouncil Patrick Donegan of Mon nsterboice was elected rate collectoi for the Ardee Rural District Balllnacarrlga Castle between Balllneen ad IDunmanway has been token over by the Cork County Coun cil who will keep 4t In repair At a meeting of the Kerry County Council Michael Quinlan was elected County Secretary In place of his father P M Quinlan who resigned Very Rev T Canon Langan of Abbeylara has been appointed to the pastorship of Cloghan and Banagher parish In room of the late Father McNamaraAt the house of P J Green was recently fired into Green was seated by the fireside reading when the charge struck the wall closet his head To the regret of a wide circle of friends in Clare and Limerick the death in his seventyfirst year is an nounced of Thomas Frost late of Sixmllebrldge The police barrack at Crossdoney County Cavan has been done away- with and all the policemen sent to other stations The barrack was es tablished in 1867 The death occurred in Kilkenny of the Very Rev Father O ivlynn 6 P Ho was a native of Tralee and was a well known and distinguished mem ber of the Dominican order In Ireland M J Melvin was for the fourteenth time elected Chairman of the Balllna Distlrct Council M Davis was reelected Vice Chairman and was also reelected Chairman of the Board of GuardiansA and wellequipped parochial hall is about to be erected by the Rev Father Gallery In Rathfri land It will be available as a club and for the purposes of social re unions lectures concerts etc There are upward of fifty police on protection duty on the now famous Ballyrtowlari grazing farm They are minding the graziers cattle They are living in huts and a section of them are sheltered in the herds houseAt a United Irish League conven tion in Maryborough Patrick J Mee han solicitor was elected as the candidate for the representation of the Lelx division of Queens county in place of his father the late P A MeehanThe oldest rural postman in tne Newry district Owen MoAteer has Just retired after a service of over thirtyeight years performed between Cewry and Bessbrook As his official route averaged ten miles per day he has walked he calculates 138700 miles during his career An eviction recalling the harrow- Ing scenes of the past was carried out recently at Clara Fortyfive po licemen attended and ejected three orphans aged thirteen eleven and ten from their thatched cottage The youngsters who cried bitterly were evidently terrorized by the police and the people who were present in large numbers were visibly affected An indignation meeting was subse iienUy held- ORDAINED FOR LOUISVILLE Last week Cardinal Gibbons ordained thirtyeight young men to the priesthood among the number ibelng Rev John B Tennelly for the Louls yule diocese AGENTS WANTED Agents wanted everywhere to sell our beautiful line of Sacred Pictures Catholic Fruit and Flower Oleographs for framing and postcards You can earn 5 dally Im port Distributing Company 25 Wesf FortyseCond street New York City ENCYCLICAL TO WORKINGMEN The Catholic Press Association cables that Pope Plus is at present writing an important encyclical letter upon the labor question Insisting upon the necessity of Catholics prac ticing tho principles inculcated in the great encyclical of Pope Leo CJII entitled Rerum Novarum Issued May 18 1891 In opposition to the Socialist propaganda PICNIC FOR NEW SCHOOL Members of St Agnes congregation that takes in the Sacred Heart Retreat arrangedIPark on Saturday July 12 The Pas zionist fathers who have charge of this parish propose building a school whore the children can be educated and the proceeds of this picnic will go to the fund for that purpose BEGIN AT HOME Men and women who have plans for the betterment of the condition ol their fellows in every case should first try their schemes on them selvesIIf they can better their own condition and show that from being poor creatures they have become prosperous and happy then the world will believe in them and go in for their patent plan otherwise not A sick doctor a povertystricken reformer with a scheme to make all mankind rich a person preaching peace who is badtempered and quar relsome will never make converts Every real reform let us ever re tibmber begins at home I IPLEASES ITS FRIENDS The thirtyfirst annual report of the Society of the Holy Spirit of New Orleans is highly pleasing to Its friends and supporters The object ot this society is the distribution free of host of Catholic books pa pars tracts and leaflets through all the United States During the twelve months 367015 pieceswere djs rlbuted M against 839166 for the year preceding FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY ours SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191omePhone 1913 TIIE WIEDEMANNZtCORPO- AATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flaw QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orctoff a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET 01 TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KNOW SOLD IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY JUNESacred Heart Statues all sizes and prices Sacred Heart Manuels Now and Improved Sacred Heart Rosaries and tho now Sacred Heart Litany Home Votive Lamps to burn before your Statue of the Sacred Heart Havo you a pair of Sacred Heart Pictures in your homo Wo have a complete stock of special devotion Books Rosaries and Leaflets ROGERS Church CompanyINCORPORATED 4I8W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods TFDOLAN JOHN J DWAN HOME PHONE CITY 2209 BUY A SAMPLE FRO- MDOLAN CO RETAIL DEALERS IN Leaf Tobacco Small quantities sold to consum ers Per pound 20c Shipped to all parts of the United States 1135 W Market St Louisville Ky FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 614 vmm AvEr LTI TimJ THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smoker TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor HomemadeUnloumade- and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS I SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS tVe have Just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 75 00 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Go C THOMPSON FLORISTIirONLY ONE STORK Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone lose All orders receive prompt attentUa nd satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful Smoke PHONH CITY 2SIO FOR CLEOPATRA 19 GONDOLA Is AiL DOMECK 28 B7 S wt r t 3y 1 f I C J ENTUOKY XRIS x AllIERIOA5 John H Busc1emeyerFOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Demo cratic Party Do You Realize What a t Green Labeli Nicks Means to You If not listen It means double premium value at our store or one GREEN TRADING ST VMP for each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one Profitsharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND r BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET- Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by i Nick Warisse Baking Co I THE H B W STORE Should be in the mind of every house j keeper when they need j I Carpets Rugs and Draperies j Market street location makes it possible 1 1Ou the Highest Class Goods at most toII We know that you can do better at store if you look for good merchnndiseiir Hubbuch Bros Wellendorffii 1 522524 WEST MARKET STREET i rrK4Nr1Y11NtieS s + + + eM retieeww+ 1lN1i0eltieNNNifloflNNNNSIfKeNfNUNtlN t6 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t+ lONNNlNN s For Your Furniture Wants 1 WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best Y JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I 010 1+ 1 11 1 iII z+ 1 0011 1I +1i 1 1++s1 i+iH4+ +++ ZIH NOWIS BETTER THAN WHEN- GAS STOVESSo- ld now can be connected now but L 3 M bought in the rush season we can H lust when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY I AWNINGSAND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We dp more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished I KentucKy Tt tand Awning Co I BOTH PtlONBS24 7 JKI NTHIPPST J ICHARLES H KNIGHT I CANDIDATE FOR TATESENATORTHIRTY Subject to the Action of the Jemocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR George SchlegelF- OR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEHAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 1913 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SU VEYORJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE F- ORCORONERf Subject to Action Democratic Party BENSCHULMAN 0 JiCANDIDATE FOR 1 lyiAOISTRATEWTH Ce d M fMH H FnVt 9M1R MM 9WNNH WttVC 1 Sttbjetto kotlott bt theD moeeratl- or JfI t 01 OHN R PFLANZ ICandidate For lleElcoion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election Vugust 2 1913 VOTE FOR ANDREW M SEAl FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A JM EJMLER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you four years as Sheriff and if you think me worthyof your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I will appraciate i- tWILLIAM E HOLLEY CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to Action of the Democratic Party HENRY E CRAWFORD CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEThird Subject to the Action of the Democratic PartyWm M Duffy CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATURE FiftyFirst Legislative District Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party ALL STAR AGGREGATION Some ot the former stars and a few of the coming ones who consti tute the Sexton ball team will play the Morris Wilson club at Eclltpee Pirk tomorrow morning end Owner Wathen of the Cqlonelfc would do well If be detailed a scout to look over this aggregation of ball toaaerS The Sexton will Jtrie uia follows Selbel c Henneaey p pBrlenVHb Buck Shelley 2b Bwlgard 3b Sexton B and Captain Hoollhan C 1ilhtberc t Keelfe r ftCfoY anaiigh lawwot and letolef TqoUr Mike Walsh the famous exarolterot the National Laagut will officiate at umpire The Sexto B Are put with a challenge jto Mt comers the Capt Tlendrlokq prat t r Ip s RAYI Candidate For feeElection COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 GEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE Eighth Magisterial District Composed of the Elev enth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 191- 3JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR 1forr SAMUEL W GREENEF- OR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 1913 o j CRONAN CANDIDATE F- ORSHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas C Foster CANDIDATE F- ORJAILERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas W Milliken CANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURER UcPPartyI served you for sour years beingineligibleferlBg fer CHtyTTfMNrWr lWhatl i0 The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely aid IholdI When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 percent of the amount of your purchases for joining for Instance iTho membership fee on a 2500 purchase would i bo 75c Tho membership fee on n 5000 purchase would bo 150 Tho membership fco on greater purchases would of course bo in porportlon You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 260 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 326 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to paymentsWhenPlan are pur chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In comparison I with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND iOTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN I ifullyfloor t Ii JSNPNUNINCORPeRATED Ii NNNNHNt NN tMOANHNHlil I Horn Phon IJJJ M FREE FREEOne Handsome Silver Gravy Ladle Rosedale Pattern Given Away With 1 Lb NEW BLEND Tea 60c JOHN M MULLOY Best For Ice Tea Try It The Coffee Roaster W MARJCHJT STREBTHHHHuHuuuuuuuuuuu a TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM OrangePineapple EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY ANM1Hwer swtaaNws TRY IT ULL TIKE IT i I iI FIVE CENTSI Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious I Delightful and Refreshing in Hot Weather KSN1114NNNNNSW VNNSSSKK IISNS WIT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST In the start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLouisville DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your coal bin with our freshly mined Star Block Coal 400 PER ETON 2000 POUNDS Home Phone City 3101 Cumb South OGOy fni J8AHNOH Pros Mgr BUS P BANNOH JR VIoePres and Trees VEENEMAN Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF BRICKYYf f For Streets and Roadways ifII Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th and TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE 12S2 J I RagtimePIANO PHitieuttM Iq lt 20 lcuo s Writo lot 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