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Second and VOLUME XXXLNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 12 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS I SIGNIFICANT I Vero Deliberations of National I Catholic Educational Convention c I c I Strong Protest Against Any En J croachment On the Rights of Parents Uniformity of Text Books a Subject For I ngtltDebate IJ INSPIRED WORDS OF SISTER t For Catholics the recent delibera tions of the national Catholic educa tional conventionthat body of I eminent educators that is the great clearing house for the best of Cath must be t olic educational thought fraught with the most significant Interest Claiming no rights of authority to dictate hard and fast rules for anyone by reason of the ripe experience of Us members the profound research of its thinkers rand speakers the finality of its de clslons are universally conceded by those alive to Catholic interests The association concluded Us ses alone by some telling resolutions One of these was a strong protest I encroachment on theagainst any rights of parents in the education of their children in liberty of educa tion A vigorous protest was also launched against the Imparting ofI sexual knowledge to children ns at present carried on In many private and public schools of the country A request was made to the American Medical Association to Instruct Its medical council in view of tho spirit of antagonism shown by the Carneglo Foundation to hospitals under religious control and there are 500 run by Catholics In tho United States to discontinue the services of the Carnegie Founda tionIHeartily favoring the highest standards of college education and approving every attempt to classify colleges the college department deprecated the action of the Federal bureau in Us attempt to classify the t colleges of the country In groups of E A B and C and stated that in do bureau had exceeded Its- Power ingeoioz o The parish school department In Us resolutions emphasized tho childs Inalienable right to a Chris tian education and fixed the place where the first early education of the child must bo obtained In tho 1 Christian home Educational mothc ods similar to those that have throttled enterprise in Industry and created trusts were condemned Pastors were urged to warn and counsel their children in regard to modesty of dress the excessive use of pleasure the evils of the picture show and corrupt newspapers Attention was called to the great I waste in public funds and the evil I of excessive taxation the tendency I on tho part of the State to do for the citizen what ho should do for himself The State was urged to en courage her citizens in the care of I heir children but was asked not to place too heavy burdens on those J who already at great sacrifice are discharging the duties of parent hood Thanks were returned to the Holy Lather for admitting the children at an early age to holy communion and as Catholic teachers the depart ment bore testimonyto the excellent fruits of this practice Religious vocations should be fostered by patents teachers and pastors the avoidance of current secular litera ture Was urged and the Catholic church was shown to bo in her tra ditions and experience the great storehouse of educational theory and practice The parish school department also made urgent recommendation for the same parish school advantages for the 5000 deaf mute Catholic children that are enjoyed by normal children In the parochial schools If their faith Is to be guarded Besides tho very definite and tangible results of the convention embodied in tho resblutlbns drawn up and approved of by the general association and Its three Important sections the seminary parish school and college departments there were very wonderful Indications of other advances In Catholic thought for in forests In the general trend of the papers and discussions Free parochial schools and free textbooks for the children of these schools wore tho burdens of marl bf the papers and diseusslonslf the parochial system is to fairly compete with the public school one Larger efforts for the establishment of Industrial and vocational schonls were recognized aBa need in the modern Ufo of the Catholic American child Uniformity of curriculum In parish schools was the basis of thought for able papers and in the consummation of this muchtobe desired result there was much healthy divergence of opinion some holding to the eighthour grade lementary course and a big following led by the General Spcretary Dr F W Howard of Columbus Ohio favoring a slxsrado ele mentary training These wereI backed by the entire college depart ment Classification of secondary training was reconimendecl by thisI louder for division Into four classes namely for those whb would enter the professions ministry law medicine journalism or education engineeringagrleultara commercial and buaineae pursuits F 1 jt OreckiaddteKENTUCKV IRISH i AMERICAN and the fourth class who engage manual labor and who are InII and deficient in their studies Uniformity of textbooks was of the debatable questions considered Most of the speakers held for more uniformity than is knbwn at present two put forth very ajle arguments for complete uniformity all agreed that uniformity in the catechism text is an absolute essen tial One Sister of the Sacred Heart of New Orleans like an inspired prophetess predicted that Rome will speak on the question of uni formity of textbooks and that it will come CHARLES WHITE The death of iQnarles White aged ninety at Fairfield Nelson county on Monday July 7 notwithstanding his age is a distinct loss to Louts yule where he had lived for three quarters of a century Born in Dublin Ireland Mr White came to America seventynine years ago andIsettled In New Albany where I remained until about 1856 when he came to Louisville Having been trained as a carpenter he soon ob tained remunerative employment with Architect Whltestone also a natlveof Ireland and was his super I intendent of building for a number of years In the course ot Ibis careerII he built the Galt House and many of 1 the fine mansions that graced the city before the civil war Afterward I ho engaged In business for himself I and for a number of years was a I contracting builder under the firm I of Hughes White During this time he bunt many largo structures and his work Is a monument- to him About twenty years agoII Mr iWhlte having obtained a competency retired from business and lived with his sister Mrs Cosgrove- at I 1025 West Jefferson street TwoII years ago he was Induced by hisIdaughter Mrs James McKenna to go to FaIrfield where he remained j until death called him J Charles White was one of the most j estimable men that ever lived in I Louisville He was what might be t termed an Irish gentleman and all who enjoyed his acquaintanceship c knew this He was a wellread man I but he was not demonstrative in anyway I Modest to a fault he gave ad I vice to those who sought U and he was often called upon to arbitrate I differences Because of the respect I which he was held his advice was I heeded Of his charities much mlgftt I be said but those who were the recipients of his bounty know best how to speak of this feature of his character He gave liberally to the SIs J theIBustersI t ricks churdh of which h was a t moyemudfor the repose of his soul In early life Mr White married J Miss Clarke who was a native of reland Her brother is Joseph I CII Clarke former editor of the New York Sunday Herald and at present with the publicity depart ment of the Standard OH Company Mr Clarke Is also author of several volumes of poetry and wrote the stirring poem at the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican war entitled Kelly Burke and Shea1I Mrl Clarke and Mr White were intimate friends all of their lives Later In life Mr White married again and the surviving children are Mrs James McKenna of Fairfield Miles White of Butte Mont and James White of Louisville He also left several grandchildren His second wife wile died ten years ago was Margaret Campbell halfslater of the late Patrick Bannon am sister of Bernard J Campbell President of the Kentucky Wall Plaster Company The funeral of Mr White took place from the Cathedral of the As sumption on Thursday morning and was largely attended TIrE DAY FOR ALL Rev ThomasYork and the men and women of St Pauls parish have perfected arrangements for the greatest allday picnic over held In this city to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday July 23 The admission is only ten cents and the prizes on the entrance tickets are handsome and valuable There will be a most excellent chicken dinner during the afternoon and evening all the fowls lbeing tender and fresh from the country Euchre and lotto will be played the games to be called at 3 and 8 oclock for which a large number of fine awards hav been secured Collins band line been engaged for the day and night and the musical programme includes the latest popular productions There also will bo amuse meats tor young and old and a good time for eey ybody An Interesting feature will be the contest for ama teur singers the winner of which will receive 5 in gold For this there should be a large number of entries HITJEUNIAN MOONLIGHT Muck interest is being manifested in the moonlight excursion td be given by the Hibernian Social Club next Monday evening on the steamer Corona and this popular organization Is preparing to cnfertain the biggest crowd of its career The Dance and Reception Committee is composed of the following William Silk Matt OBrien Edward McDon old John Riley J J Maloney William ONeal John Price John Hroderlck and Thomas Quinn Col tins orchestra will furnish theI music SATMSD FOR IflHrjAND Master Clare Hiiran and his ousln Miss Nellie Walsh Slett Monday for Now York from whirs hey sailed pn Thursday for Ireland They hava relative In the County fnyo with virhoift they will vIsft tn1 til next spring i f INSPIRING rI Vns the Knights of1 Columbus Fourth of July Cclelira- bratlon Thousands Throng Central nric to See Scenes of 76 IlcEnactcd Cheers and Applause Greeted lUll ing of the Old Liberty Bell GLORIOUS DAY FOR LOUISVILLE I The most patriotic and inspiring Fourth of July celebration ever wit nessed in Louisville or Kentucky was that held under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus when 10000 enthusiastic Wand highly pleased people witnessed the grand pageant and reenactment of the signing of the Declaration of Inde pendence A brilliant assemblage was gathered beneath the trees and on the hillside facing the stage where the splendid spectacle of the nations birth was enacted by fifty six Knights dressed In velvet knickerbockers silk blouses pow dered wigs silk stockings and Bllverbuckled shoes The stage was a replica of tho assembly room in old Independence Hall where the 1 forefathers declared this to be a free and Independent nation The furniture was of the Colonial type and on the Presidents table stood the familiar ink horn and quill pen The stago faced the hill and the crowd was grouped about much as In the days of Rome Long before the performance began the park was alive with people Capt Hogan of the First police district with twelve otflcars and patrolmen and several plain clothes men was on hand to keep order A medical corps was provided but no accidents occurred rite Choral Club composed of aoo male and female voices under tthe direction of Prof Anthony Molengraft was grouped on benches at the left of the stage As delegates to the Continental Congress beganII to file into thohaU theso voices blended Into the singing of America Iii rcriUru audience r arose and stood with uncovered heads while tho national anthem was sung The young women of the chorus were dressed In white and each waved an American flag during the singing The pageant was car ried out In accordance with history At 245 oclock Col P H Calla han as President John Hancock trailed the delegates to order After tho roll call by Edward Kirwan ns Secretary Thomas Heyward Jr Thomas A Bohan as Richard Henry Leo moved that the committee ap pointed to draw up the Declaration should make Its report The famous document was read by Camden McI Atee as Thomas Jefferson and tho long debate being eliminated tho Declaration was adopted upon theI motion of Louis A Russelll as Lyman Hall After the roU had been called and all of the delegates voted aye that the gauntlet should be thrown down to England and the war for Independence be begun the President gave the command that the glad news be spread Tho part of the messenger who so dis tinguished himself on that first Fourth of July was taken by George Francis Hardman twelveyearold son of S R Hardman Ho too was dressed In Colonial costume Jumping from the stage he ran through the crowd up to the hill to the pergola where a reproduction of the liberty bell hung as It onto dl1 in the old tower and plied the clapper while the crowd cheered and applaudedWhile the members were signing the Declaration the chorus sang Hall Columbia aqd Columbia the Gem of the Ocean The grand tableau America closed the exer cises With the 250 members of the chorus as a backqrojind Misses Mary F Fitzgerald Marie Bannon and Constance Cassllly formed tho central figures They were dressed In white with red white and blue sashes and each wore a large American Beauty in her hall As the audience and the trained singers united in singing The Star Spangled Banner the crowd seemed a sea of waving Hags From the hands of the three young women of the tableau fluttered large silken Old Glories Tho assembled delegates stood at the front of the stage during this spectacle Dr Walker B Gossett Chairman of the committee appointed by the Sons of the RevQlutlon to Judge tho essays on the Declaration of Inde pendence was introduced by Col Callahan Dr Gossett announced that Mss Grace Elizabeth Watson was the winner of the 10 prize and also unexpectedly stated that the Sons of tho American Revolution had awarded a second prize of 5 to wr Bryan Welch for the next hest composition Miss Watson was escorted to the platform and com plimented by Dr Gosaett Col Calla hal and many of the Knights while the crowd cheered loudly Her ed say then Was rend by Caroden lie Atee The committee which judged the essays was selected from among Sons of the American Revolution upon the invitation of the Knights pf Columbus Besides Dr Goewtt George T Wood JB Hundley pjatldeht of the Xftfltwcky Society AUetiCarter GwrnnL Dan forth wl George HV WlUon erred n COMING EVENTS fHeart Re 11Plcnlcsacred Hill Park ti Hibernian Social Club i Moonlight excursion Monday July 14 Trinity Council Picnic Phoenix Hill Park July 15 St Vincent de Paul Church Picnic at Phoenix Hill ParkJJ Wednesday July 16 St Georges churchOrganf- und picnic Spring Dank July 23 Country PlcnlcTSt larkIIsius church Pewee July 22 t St Pauls Church Phoenix Hill Partf July 23 St Anthonys Hospital i Garden party Vernon and 23 Sycamore Wednesday July James Bell lubLawn I IISt on church grounds road July 23 Grocers Picnic at FontalneFerry Park July 24 Mackdn Council Y M I Outing at Stowers Grove July 24 Spring Bank Club Darbe cue and fish fry Spring Park July 24 and 25 Lawn Euchre and Lotto Columbas church July IlauleIon church grounds I St Leos church church grounds August 6 j tiNSNS1NKiS1N N NSIINNSN PUBLIC I I Becoming Disgusted at Yellow I Journal Tncfics ofII I Herald I i Minor Thefts and Burglaries I Magnified Into Sensational Scares I I t Attempt to Drum Attention c From Misfit Progressive I Nominees t HERALDS IDEA OF CHARITY I S As predicted in the columns of the Kentucky Irish American people of all classes reagrdless of party affiliation are disgusted with the yellow Journal tactics of the Louis villa Herald with Its daily scare heads 3f imaginary burglaries andIdope dream stories minor thefts magnified Into wholesale robberies one of their latest being the story of how a big moving van backed up to a prominent residence on HroadIway while tho bold burglars filledI the vehicle with loot in broad days light and drove away The whole thing would be amusing If it wasnt for the odium and bad name given the town frightening possible buy ors and visitors away but many are of the opinion that the outoftown owners of tho Herald are not caring for the result to Louisvilles business interests and reputation and are only interested to the extent of sell hug their morning scare The dally attempt to besmirch the good name o the whole police force and ad ministration simply because of the weaknesses or downfall of a few has resulted In an open boycott of the Herald and Its tactics and renewed confidence In the present splendid police department from Col Llnd soy and Major Ridge down to the wagon guards As an evidence of the bitter malevolence of this Chicago owned sheet twelve policemen summoned in tho Police Court the other morp Ing were described as twelve bull necked policemen while the dailY and malicious attacks on Chairman Tlerney of the Board of Public Safety are In retaliation for his statement that he didnt ov + r waste time reading the Herald Another phase of its attack was a sneer at Col John Whallenla charitable Enterprises the Just ar rived editorial writer taking a fling at the winter commissary of winter before last when thousands wore clothed and fed by tho Whallen brothers and their friends The Herajd gentlemen confronted with a like situation would probably fur nish the suffering and needy with a beautiful poem The principal object of the Heralds campaign against the police department is tto furnish campaignl rhunder for the collection of down and=outers A P Aa and castoffs from other parties that they have gathered together for November and labeled them the Progressive party the caliber of many of them being anything but progreslvo as their past records will show the religious fanatics In the number being mainly responsible for Louisvilles slow progress their attempted denial of religious liberty being one of the main causes why this city trails be bind Indianapolis and others of its size and not because of the llack of factories OB some of our commercial bodies tell us All ot the above will simply have the effect of the public turning en inatae to the Democratic ticket headjed by Dr John H Buschomeyer and the reelection of the present General Council citizens and tax paywi alike being satisfied If they can get a repetition of Mayor adsnusinees artmhtltNtlrM Velvet and tulle trimmed 1ttt are being much worn in Parll I t THREE LIES I J I Editor of A P A Organ Called I For Deliberate Mlsrepre- Hcntntion I I I Branns Iconoclast Pours Hot Shot That Slakes Menace I Edlto1VriggleI I I Conclusive Proof That Catholics I I Did Xot Assassinate Our Presidents c j I GUTTER PAPER PROVED LAIR c C A Windle editor of Branns Iconoclast who Is a nonilthollc by the way pays his respects to the Menace in the following and Incidentally calls it on their recent as sertion that Presidents Lincoln Garfield and McKinley were assassinated by Catholics The Menace published In Aurora Missouri is a lying malignant Journalistic characterassassin con solved in born of bigotry Inspired by hatred fed by fanaticism fostered by ignorance upheld by de ception encouraged by intolerance It ttened by fraud and brazen witih In famy Its columns arerank with verbal rot mingled with gall and reeking with Restoring lies This slander besllmed muckfilled malodorous malevolent literary monstrosity Is edited by a putrescent pinhead known as Rev Teddy Walker who is the most conspicuous example of atavism extant He should yearsagous to project him bodily Into thett midst of this age of automobiles nyIing machines moving pictures and wireless telegraphy surpasses human understanding All we know Is that be is here bringing with him the in tclerance of a Calvin the conscience of a hyena the zeal of a fanatic and the methods of a skunk In the Menace for June 7 I find the following headed Awful Rec ord 1865 President Abraham Lincoln murdered by J Wilkes Booth Catholic 1881 President James A Ga- rfeldassasshintedbye Catholic Charles Guiteau 1901 President William McKln ley assaslnated by Leon Czolgosz CatholWIIf each allegation here made were true it would not be Just to hold the Catholic church responsible for the cilminal acts of some of Its bad mem bers Methodists Baptists Presby terians and members ofall churches have committed murder but nobody but an Idiot would think of con demning these churches on that ac count Tho Awful Record here recited Was not made by a single Catholic The allegations of the Menace con thins three awful lies each blacker than the hinges of hell As a matter of fact Lincoln Garfield and Mc Idlnley were assassinated by Prot estants but a man wfto would base his objections to Protestantism on the crimson acts of these had men ought to be tapped for the simples ExPrIest Chinlquy invented the canard about Lincolns assassination being due to a Catholic conspiracy He Invented a lat of other fakes which he incoroprated In his book He also invented a beautiful scheme for ripping Protestants loose from their coin tataild homes for ex prlests and nuns He got the mon y but the homes never materialized Now and then toe would buy some cheap shack and burn It down He would then report that the rascally Romanists had burned down his home for priests and hit the grit on another grafting expedition When the Menace repeated his charge that J Wilkes Booth was a Catholic it save currency to a villainous lie solely for the purpose of arousing bitterness suspicion and hatred against Catholics Ever since that damnable lie crept from Chlniquys slimy pen IIt bas wriggled and hissed Its hellish way through the homes rnd brains of men spitting its vile venom In Ute face of friendship and poisoning the springs of good will The time has come to crush its head where it lies snugly coiled 111 theI pages of the Menace- J Wilkes Booth was the son of T BrunlUs Booth the great trage dian who was an admirer of all religions but not a professor of any He was a prominent Mason and his ancestors were Jews J Wilkes Booth was a brother of Edwin Booth who was a loyal Republican and cast his ballot In 1864 for Abraham Lincoln J WilkeS Booth was a South ern sympathizer and shot Lincoln to avenge the South His act could not havo been Inspired by Catholics Religion bad nothing to do with It The South then as now was strongly Protestant For every Catholic who fcught with Lee to destroy theUnion there were fifty fighting under Grant to save It The logic of the situation all known facts forbid the conclusion that Lincoln died as a re sult of a Catholic conspiracy Further repetition ofthechargethat J Wilkes Booth was a Catholic Should be taken rs an evidence of wlllfu1 perfidyThe charge that President Garf lelc1 was assassinated by a Catholic i equally false Menace readers wh accepted that statement as true be MIeved a lIe Charles Oulteau th Ivurderer wait a Protestant venire a lu the Oneida Community near Oneida N Y As a young man he was a member of this free love cult but afterward was converted by Moody and became a Second Advent preacher and lecturer He Wrote a book called Truth which was printed by the Blakely Printing Company 4 of Chicago Its pages are filled with Ihalfbakcd rot about the mean ing of prophesies and other visionary projects He made a rambling speech for Garfield during the campaign and was choked off by the NaJJ tional Committee but conceived the idea that the President ought to make him Minister to Austria When Garfleld refused he imagined that the country was going straight to hell He claimed that God inspired him to slay the President In order to 4 save tho republic The menace he feared did not exist outside of his own disordered mind In this respect he resembles Editor Walker He was as far from being a Catholic as Is Walker and nearly as Idiotic When lu New York or Chicago GulteauII made himself at home quarters of the Y M C A See Alexanders Life and Trial ot Gulteau Readers of the Menace were also asked to believe that Loon Czolgosz who assassinated President McKinley was a Catholic Regardless of what his parents may have been Czolgosz was an anarchist despising all constituted authority both secular and religious His philosophy was tho antithesis of Catholicism Be fore he could become a disciple of Emma Goldman Leon Czolgosz had III to turn his back upon every tenet of the church and repudiate every prin ciple of tho Christian religion Anarchists are not only haters of government but they reject the God Idea Tom Watson Is a better Cath olic than Leon Czolgosz who assassinated President McKinley RATMJECUR POSTPONED aOwing to the limes of Col John H Whnllen ChalrmaSi of the Executive Committee of the Spring Bank Club the mammoth barbecue and fish fry that was scheduled to take place on July 14 and 15 was postponed to Thursday and Friday July 24 and 25 This will be one of the largest outdoor affairs ever pulled off here the proceeds of which will KO to the Holy Cross church On the first day an old fusbldned barbecue will take place Meat barbecued In good delicious style anti fine tempting burgoo will be served The second day wll1 he fish day at which time fresh fish fried In cornmeal will be served All kinds of drinks and frozen dainties will be on hand A feature of this outing wilt be an lmmensamidtvay rJiaro divers J shows will offer havens of dlvertlse I ment Minstrel comedy singingII moving pictures and other forms of entertainment will bo represented j There will be music and dancing I and a number of crack trams will drill for cash prizes Much Interest Is centered In the big motor boat race In which many of the best motor boats around here will be entered A prize of 50 will go to tho winner besides a purse made up of the entrance fees of each boat of J250 Foot racing will also prove Quito Interesting Every one at tending Is promised a delightful time The price of admission will- Ie fifty cants for gentlemen and twentyfive cents for ladles which Includes dinner or supper The barbecue will be given at Spring Dank Park at the foot of Greenwood avenue It is accessible by the Oakstreet Walnutstreet and West Broadway car lines The grounds are Just opposite what was formerly the White City or River view Park TRAGIC DEATH The trash and unexpected death of John Philip Curtin the olghtoon yearold son of Mr and Mrs CUt callus J Curtin brought sorrow to many hearts and desolation to the bereaved parents and relatives With a number of his young friends he was swimming on Friday at the Louisville Boat Club Young Curtla dived from the barge and as he came to the surface another swimmer dived and struck him full in the forehead Though severely shocked the unfortunate youth attached lit tle significance to the accident at the time and went to his office as usual Saturday morning Later ho suffered spvere pains In the head and was obliged to see his physician who found that he was suffering from a severe concuslon of the brain and ordered him taken to St Jo sephs Infirmary where he died Monday evening His funeral took plnce Wednesday morning from the Church of St Frances of Rome of which he was a devout member The solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by the pastor tho Rev Thomas White and the sermon was preached by the Rev Father Raffo and was an affectionate tribute to one whom the reverend preached re garded most highly The deceased youth was a most popular young man an ideal son and brother To tho father and mother and relatives so suddenly and so trAglcally bereft Is extended the sympathy of their many friends REAL COUNTRY PICNIC For this benefit of the new church now being erected by Rev Father Hoes ttho people of Pewee Valley and VIcinity are arranging a real country picnic tobe held In Wooldrldge Grove on lthe Louisville and Eastern Interurban car line oa Tuesday July 22 The feature of ouree will be the country dinner jut Jn addition there will be music efreshinents amusements and a number of exciting co tests The ed JssIon will be baly ten cents andI very ticketholder will fce entitled tr chance ba a number ot valuable axafda y arWE DO- PRINTING nRsr CLASS WORM Gho Thii Office Your Next Order CARSON 1 Growing Demand Noted For Ills y TrIllIOn Charge of Treason J Blinders Are Taken From Eyes of Thinking i Votes EngliShf I Carsons Trip Through England and Scotland an Absolute FnthureP- ROTESTANTS v FAVOR HOME RULE The Marconi affair is dead and burledso dead indeed that not even the most persistent of Lord Xorthcllffes sensational papers can make any more political capital out of It but 1 has to worry through the silly season on a diet of suffragette news and Ulster revelations cables an American correspondent from London The Marconi scandal has however done some good Jnasfar an has opened the eyes of all thinking wayIof party politics or as they are called in America machine politics And never have English voters wit nessed such a display of bare faced hypocrisy in politics amongLlberalB shttoplace him on trial for high treason demand which has even found ex pression In the House of Commons In various papers cartoonists have depicted the Government In the act of arresting suffragettes but per muting King Carson and consorts to go free eyen now that the former has openly hurled defiance at the Government and challenged the Cabinet to have him put under arrest for Inciting the populace to armsOne of the reasons why the Gov ernment has done nothing to clip the wings of their hotheaded enemy who proved such a valuable friend in his professional capacity in a lawsuit arising out of the Marconi affair Is perhaps that the recent trip of Sir Edward through England and Scotland to arouse tho voters against home rule proved such wi absolute failure while another la the one I stated In my last cable letter that no matter howeager tho fightheyuse their more or less wooden rifles In the meantime the agitation against home rule Is carried on in Englandthoughthe apathy of the voters in regard to this question The conviction that England will sooner or later have to transform herself Into a number of selfgoverning com munities with an imperial Parlia ment at Westminster to decide only a affairs of national Interest Is slowly gaining ground and those who see In the granting of home rule to 4direction delay a natural evolution On tho Tory side there is an ab againstthosewould be an obvious folly to claim that it is detrimental to patriotism as long as the German empire and prooflhatare In every way as patriotic ns citizens of undivided countries agalnBthomethat it Is considered dangerous to the religious liberties and spiritual welfare of the Emerald Isle the measure is essentially a thatItIt of religion and that its ment would mean the oppressive intolerant rule of the Roman Cath guaranteehasnot be molested IBut even this argument has lost Its strength since a Protestant member of the House of Commons was elected by Nation alist voters and since hundreds of Protestants In Ulster have declinedIpublicly that they have absolutely no fears in this direction t YvJlARRYSCiUEGEL All records for attendance at the Knights of Rest Fishing Club campIwore broken last Wednesday tho fir occasion being JohnJ Barry and George Schlogel day the former be Ins appointed at the head of thq Inii jIhepaid the Fourth and Fifth ward leader by the present of oromlnent and influential leaders In both politi cal and business life A splendid and appetizing chicken supper was perIWalter Bowman and an exhibition of his pedcstrlanlc abilities was given by Dan Gilman the former champion long distance walker Gilman walking from Mr Barrvs place of business to tho club resort in thirty minutes the distance being live miles CELEBRATES Mrs Josephine Blzott one of the oldest and best known residents of New Albany is in Memphis Tenn visiting her son EmU Blzot and family This week she took part ton double birthday celebration her own and that of her little granddaughter Miss Eleanor Jo epbine Blzot jrvw LduUviHe Mid New Albany the received a number fIcongratulatory measagee 0rr L i 1 K NTUOKY Yxr AltIERIO o J C1 TifiMER16fiftrntd to the Social and Moral A4cclllc eat of Irish Anerlcait and Catholics Oificlally Indorsed by Ancient Order of HIbernian Young Mans Institute and CathoHc Knights of America i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PAlI NTI NO CO Incorporated Publisher I INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY flc Batir4 tt till LoalivllU Poiteftte ae SetondClMiTUtUr Mireiiall Cosmailcitloos to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Ones St LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy JULY 1219131 IIEvnnsvl11e my You Ind American the sincere have July 7II In the past 5 fitteeu years You have fought your battle for religion truth Justice and for clean politics 1 5 nobly well Your motto Is 5 For God Church and Truth 5 5 I 1That1 5 Kentucky Irish American S the Louisville Record are excellent Catholic P 5 and they should be found andIIevery Catholic home in States of Kentucky and 5 diana Continue my friend J your fight for the church 5 her doctrines in your 5 for right and justice 5 God for many years to andIIt 5 bless and protect you 5 power to you Ad 5 annos Yours J H H i ANOTHER VICTORY In tho House of Commons the opponents of home rule for IrelanI suffered another overwhelming de feat The motion of Bonar Law the exposition leader to reject the home rule bill was defeated by a vote oft 3D2 to 243 and the measure thenI passed Its third reading without division The bill will now go ti the House of Lords Here it will be rejected of course but when passed again by the House of Commons It will become law Whllo the Liberal Government feels confident of success the des peration of the Tories Is set forth In the following press dispatch received I III Wednesday from London I A new Unionist attempt to place a further obstacle In the way of the enactment of the home rule bill for Ii Ireland was announced In the House I of Lords this afternoon by theII Marquis of Lansdowne leader When the bill is submitted 1 to the Lords for second reading on I Monday Lord Lansdowne will move that this house decline to proceed with the consideration of tho bill until it has been submitted to the judgment of the country The Unionists believe they have discov ered a flaw in the Parliament act which provides for the passage ofIbills over the heads of the I within a specified period Their contention is that If the House of Lords postpones dealing with the Irish home rule bill by an adjourn ment to a date beyond the life of the preesnt Parliament tho Liberal Government wltlbe powerless to r force legislation because the Parliament act overlooks the possibility of the Upper House giving Itself a pro longed vacation and going on a virtual strike against legislation It seems probable that the Marquis I of Lansdownes motion Is a pre liminary to the taking of some such tee I Local storekeepers and gaugers In the internal revenue service I I passed resolutions Monday night arraigning the City Hospital man agement This action was followed by the appointment of an investigat ing committee who have discovered that there was no grounds for the f resolution or any neglect upon the 1 part of the hospital authorities The Investigation should have taken place first Only on English soil were the I Starsand Stripes treated with disre s 1 1spect on the Fourth How different to France and other countriesi where Old Glory was seen everywhere and the day celebrated with the greatest enthusiasm And England would draw the United States into an alliance tfefar before was the City Hospital as well conducted aS under the pres ent regime which has brought that Institution up too standard unsurpassed Innnyllke Institution In the country Certain the edjtor of the Poet must have been suffering with J colic when he referred to the hospital last I3turdayII I 1 tAU honor to the Knights of Column hue whose portrayal of the Sig- njnrof J the Declaration of I depend 11e11rl spirit of patriotism among the I thousands who enjoyed a day long to lw remembered NARROW JJ80APH Ufes Blanche Kennedya stenog rapher wilding at 1105 Baxter aye nu4j left a narrow escape from serf oua Inlury at ht dand Jefferson last Tuesday morning While cio lag tk street she was struck by a street ear and knocked down but fortanately fell away from the j wheels and eseped with slight bruises Miss Kenuedr was emli iota the Tyler Hotel sad camMo i and was then taken to her mom L s SOCIETY i Clay King has been Visiting his brother John J King at Frankfort Mr and Mrs John Lubbers will arrive home Tuesday from their trip abroad Miss Florence L Clinton had asI her guest this week Miss Nell Green or Chicago i Ben HutU and sister Miss Babe HuttI left Monday for a months stay In Iowa Miss Nellie Meagher accompanied l the Misses Griffin home to Frankfort t and visited there this week Miss Mamie Donahue left last Saturday for a two weeks visit to Atlantic City and New York Frank X Drlscoll Chas Just returnedI from Frankfort where he has Jeer visiting as the guest of relatives 1 Misses Honor and Benita Murph qre home from Kansas City wher they spent several weeks visiting I friends Mary Helen Wheat Is the name ofr the pretty little girl who arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Zach Wheat on July 4 Mrs Andrew Gallagher and two children of Omaha are visiting Mrs GallagherS mother Mrs Kate Han nan in tho Highlands I Misses Mary Anna and Margarett McGovern of Flora Heights were last week guests of Mr and Mark Sloan in New Albany Irsl Misses Catherine Desmond and May Claire have gone to Indianapolis for a twoweeks visit with Mrs Noonan is Miss Desmonds aunt I IIwho I I Aileen Hannan and Bessie Hannan will be hosts at a dance tonight t at Sennlngs Park in honor of loCrannlofMisses Marie Coleman and Estelle Lodde will Jeave today io iatjend a- I iI1 Llouee party T SaukWls Batore returning tfiey will visit relatives In Milwaukee and Chicago Mrs Raymond Stanton East I Chestnut street Jeffersonville has been entertaining Miss Florence Kelly of Cleveland Ohio In whose honor several pleasant socials were given i Edward Cowan Jrv and sisters Misses May and Imelda Cowan of Dayton Ohio arrived here Tuesday and are visiting their aunts the Misses ONell 520 West Breckin rl3ge street I Miss Rosemary Flanagan of East Brecklnrldge street who has been visiting her brother A J Flanagan in Chicago will spent the rest of the month with friends in Milwaukee and Waukslha WIs I Miss Susan McDermott daughter of Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott fcas been visiting her father In frank fort where he Is occupying the Gubernatorial chair during the ab sence of Gov McCreary I Misses Katie and Mamie were given a happy KeeganII this week upon their return three months trip to Kansas i the West where they represented one ol our leading dry goods stores I Mrs Rose Anaback who for years has ibeen prominent in Catholic church and society circles left last week for I Chicago where she expects to make her future home The Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary and a host of friends I regret her departure from Louis ville I o Many will witness a pretty wed ding Ceremony at the Sacred Heart Retreat chapel at 6 oclock Thursday morning July 24 when Miss Eva Rose ForsUng and Joseph E Sparks will be married with a nuptial mail1I Vials Forstlng Is the sister of MTSi1 M C Moran and is a young lady I of many accomplishments and the groom is widely known and popular i throughout the cityII A marriago of Unusual Interest IsI that of Miss Josephine Shafer and i John tEnilott Sheehan bothbelngjvery popular In Catholic circles tue I ceremony to take place at St lrarII tins church next Wednesday after 1 noon at 30 oclock Rev Father j Louis Ohio to unite them in marriage The happy couple will take a honey noon trip Eastward and on their re turn home will go to housekeeping at ill West recldnrldgestreet ANOTHER AUTO VIQIDI1 Edward Whalen the fitfeen year= told eon pf Dennis IVhalftn 749 South Bfgateenth street Ja another vlcHni of the automobile Young I1 Satur1a d i t lircMdway wen he was riin down by an automobile owned cud driven by I JII Onowlng being knocked totthe trtRnd receiving brufeeend- ninrli i that hAvr Jnoe oehflntd t Isbn Jblite hotae THe 1Is under the care of DT Katflln and jjrlll soon II-i- to able to tee out aeain ETONTAINEFERRV I 1 THE PARK BBAUTIFUL I Xtragood Vaudeville 110c DAILY MATINEES ALL SEATS lOc Free Cpncerts by Natiellos Band I mo NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running wa ter PHOENIX HILL PARK I Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic f SocialsOutings This beautiful Fark has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Sill before closing contracts TARRY DECKER Assistant Manages SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP tl150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 15 On the Elegant Steamers ICity of Louisville1 City of Cincinnat lOne of the above steamers leaveI the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful I Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc ITwrs CITY LEAGUE The defeat of the Champions by the Kentucky Oaks pulled the former out of first place last Sunday and the victqry of the Spring Banks over the Shamrocks gave the Holy Cross team the lead but their vic Shamt rocks were without a pitcher center fielder and catcher Hagar- and Hines alternating in twirling The Bruins are coming strong again and changes may be expected weekly that will be surprising To morrow they play as follows Bruins vs Shamrocks Champions vs Ath letics Kentucky Oaks vs Hep burns Spring Rank vs Cadets Tho standing to date W L Pct Champions 7 3 700 Shamrocks 6 3 667 Spring Banks i 6 3 667 Kentucky Oaks 6 4 600 Hepburns 3 5 375- i Athletics 3 1 6 333 Cadets v 3 6 332i Bruins 3 7 30C ANOTHER RIVER VICTIM The large circle of friends of Patrolman Timothy McCarthy were grieved and shocked when they learned of his death by drowning in the Ohio river on the evening of tie Fourth of July For several days he was unwell and off duty and in an endeavor to seek relief from the heat he went to the river at Four teenth street to cool off accom panted by James Lynch and Edward Mulligan McCarthy had not been long In the water before he was seized with cramps Despite his call for help and all efforts to save him he sank and when the body was recovered by Martin Kellahar life was extinct He Is survived by his father Timothy McCarthy Sr and two sisters Mrs Joesph Llriton and Mrs John LInton The last sad rites over tho remains were conducted Sunday afternoon at St Patricks church the pallbearers bolng Lieut Pat Mullen Lieut Schupp and Patrolmen Savage Simcox OHare Rellhan Lawler Allen Connelly Klloy and Sage ITRINITY COUNCIL PICNIC The annual picnic of Trinity Council Y M I will take place at Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday with euchre and lotto in the after noon and dancing and cabaret show to be tho features in the evening unIder auspices Trinity So clal Club which insures a pleasant evening in the dance hall A handsome and numerous line of prizes have been secured for the euchre and lotteANNA HYNES HURT Miss Anna Hynes the seventeen yearold daughter of Thomas Hynes 718 South Twentythird street was run down by a motorcycle ridden by William Pence at Twentythird and Broadway last Sunday afternoon sustaining Injuries that have since confined her to her home With Miss Anna Doyle she was crossing the street the former escaping with out Injury Miss Hynes who WM rendered unconscious was attended by DrM J Brennan who found that she was suffering from bruises and Internal Injuries Only recently the unfortunate girl was graduated from the Sacred Heart Academy Pence was arrested and charged with malicious aut GOOD FBRRY DILL Next weep at Fontaine Terry a bill of unusual merit and interest will be offered Jn the vaudeville theater for its patrons Louts villiaiu who ejijoyJ this form 6f amusement can tit but appreciate the fact that Manager Bilker ji giving the best Show of this kind th theean bkand thats the acts Ferryfromhoeif which are rKlr p n the big vaudeville circuits during the winI ter The swimming pOolpffImany allureisont for those WhoI like too Into the water and with J the free band concerts and otbw l ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection N Canada Genl Supt L Bruner President floor Paul Jones Building DONT FA LTO ATTEND TILE MOONLIGHT EXCURSION GIVEN BY THE HIBERNIAN qCIAL C UBII On the Steamer Corona ZMONDA EVENING JULY 14 1913 Boat Leaves Foot of First St at 830 Jeffersonville at 845 TICKETS TWENTYFIVE GENTS REAL COUNTRY PICNIC FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH AT PEWEE VALLEY 0Take Grove Wooldridge Station Louisville and Eastern Electric Cars IMJ SJO A3 JULY Sa lOiSTICKETS lOc MBALS25c Every ticket entitles holder to a chance on Fine Kitchen Cabinet In audi tlon the following prizes will be awarded Sow with young ones a beautiful handmade Lace Bed Covering consisting of spread bclster cover etc a Life pollingthePICNIC AND OUTING GIVEN BY TRINITY COUNCIL No 230 Y M LAT I PHOENIX HILL PARK EUCHRE AND LOTTO DANCING AND CABARET SHOW IN AFTERNOON IN EVENING Tuesday J1t1y 1QII W13M- mLH 1 1 All Over The House Sapinsky Bankrupt Stocks and all ofour own regular stocks Mens and Boys Clothing Fur nishingsHats and Shoes Ladies and Girls Shoes and Hosiery THIRD AND MARKET riI ilii JJJt t The Last Dollarll That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time whoa your LAST DOLLAR I I must bo spent for somethUg you DO NEED The SAVING now of the t dollarsYou are wasting might keep that hard time from over coming J t i Ky Title Savings Bank arid Trust Co Fifth and Court Place IQpen Daily Until 3p m Saturda a Until 7 Pm II IiIe0CENTRAL FURNITURE COi Incorporated NW Cer Third Md Green i StIW furnish the home com Ipayments1I DII ftttractions the Ferry otters amuses meat rest and reci aatlon rGENTSWANrBD Agentswanted vWrwl1efe to sell our beautiful line pf Sacred Pla JJJowerOltoCrahcard You can euaUdalIy Im DftrlbuthiCQompan1JiWtJorqHO I i k TANSYt4VANIACASUALTY E Ben Sixth CutPrice ClearanceI LEVYS I FOR ALITTLE DIFFERENT AND LITTLBETTERI FA FurnitureFor go to WM f MAYER 423q MAtHET3T C J ++ HoIululcoSuIHIII J 01 111 11 1 oSH+zH+HuJ tut 111 I I 11 IcolIZ HERMAN STRAUS SONS g POURTH AVEHUB We Give and Redeem ProfitSharingCertificates i H RED t97CATcLras The Only Stamp With a Cash Value PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES have a cash value at our store of 10 cents per page or 12 12 cents per page in merchandise which is equivalent to 200 in cash or 250 in merchandise for every 100 purchase But you do not have to wait until your purchases amount to 100 as we redeem a single full page of PROFITSHARING CERTIFI CATES PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES will be issuedon charge purchases when bills are paid on or before the 10th of the following month fo+ tooH+Jo H++HHz 59 Years On Guard j Your Money Guarded On Interest The interest and all that a part of your weekly earnings would soon amount to in this safe old daysforgood paying investment or start you in a business of your own Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and we will pay you interest on it compoundedevery six months until you are ready to use it For 59 years we have been faithfully safeguarding the peoples money andwe offer you the same protection under the directsupervision of theState of Kentucky Ifs9intodayi German Insurance Bank 207211 W Market Street Between 2nd and 3rd HoC Wek Pro Ai PWW kv Vice Ptt- JCRotl rtCaAitr Edmund Rpp ANt Caah- Jolm E HuIiH Mjr Sayings Dept DlRECiORSHesryAlmaeJt chuScholtrlr Alfred Struclt Edw R Peter Ceo Kopmeler Hear C WalbeckAP Winller CO 1 GRAND ALL DAY PICNIC FOR THE BENEFIT OF j ST PAULS CHURCH PHOENIX HILL PARK WEDNESDAY JULY 23 OUNTRY CHICKEN DINNER Euchre f and Lotto Games at 3 and 8 oclock with many handsome Awards Amateur night for singers for prize of 5 in gold Amuse meatst for young android and latest music by Collins Band Grand prizss on the entrance tickets which are only 10 cents- rt rt- i i sEN uosY YA=saa + ir reicirr to 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 East Main Street 1aJJ I Jol J I JIoI1z 11 ++H+ot ++r+ J+sear+r++Hloo1I1 ++ 1 t THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 1221 WEST MARKET STREET ozzH+ I ++ I + I ++ 1 I I I I IIJ 1 1 HI I I IzI 111 I I 1 +01 01 uto1 HIJIf 4 I I I I I t t bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81- 0s444tssftstIttt t t + tHU 4 + 44 + tt4fiI4ftIIGf 1 + 4 + F+ fiiWuFFEti 3N+iWHF1 DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHON S Cumb Mnin 2008n Homo City 2008 ++ 10 I 11011 1IIIJ++ z OLD FORTUNAnBOURI30Nr- THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTE RS 01 I I 11 I I I I 1 I I II II I I I III loJz+HoJ ++ 011 I I 1 t+ riNJD WINBS AL KOLB AGN1tSII 323 West Green Street rapvoae CIGARS t44+ +oJ +HH I I 11 U 1 JoIHoJ 101 + 1 I I UHU I I II J II I z+ II1 UT s t MN N i DR J9 T CHAWK r IVeterinaryI Infirmary I iTelpli AAs884Obbbir Oe dE r r BE SURE TO CALL FOR I cIiEI NAWiIISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IIJ McKenna Distiller Fairfield K3 I Jl J Jl t All the late and sew Stylee and Shapes prlcCallHERRMANN BROSt IUPOKTBE3 PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dtetlllen sad WbolaalI1MI- lnlIsHt l srs Braadi of Keg tMky WhteklM MpMlally Pearl of Nelson l0TTL1DIN BOND TMNiew JIM JI4 MCTK I7IWT BEDDING PLANTSp Geraniums Roses tieleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHUL2 THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Botk Pbaxes 223 ilre 70 w Wr as eili aaMea lint wU1 priz heir for lire ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 111 Weea4warLeafrvilie Xyi Ceiseii+ lIyUaIJaYlirIaJlretMn ua AiDerartaitat IIC W Mis Teeee J AesrNA1JAn- een I Ii 1IIIIH H I I II 101 + 1411 1111I I t + 1+11 I 1 I t f+zz +oIoIIztorl I + Jci 101 Z I 11 +++01 + 1111 IIV OXJJES SWEEPING OUT SALE i iOURAIM ISiVJ 1I WONDERFUL VALUE GIVING SemiannualSweepingoutNot alone allour tobethat are truly wonderful These exceptional values have kept our store crowded ever since the sale started While we are unable to give every reduction made in this ad we are giving a few Other reductions are as great Iu f 11- f t100 bathPnQ 25etol50 For WOMENS OXFORDS AND PUMPS Allsizes about 2500 pairs odd lots Values up to isann II I None will triedon sent on approval or charged i t MISSES AND CHILDRENS FOOTWEAIl Barefoot Sandals 100 values Sweep ingout price 48c Oxfords Pumps and Strap Slippers and Shoes all kinds and all leathers 200 values Sweepingjout price 08c Cxfords and Pumps 1200 values Sweepingout price 148 BOYS FOOTWEAR Odds and ends of Boys Oxfords values up to 350 Sweepingout price 08o = Flays Youths and Little Gents Oxfords and Shoes all sizes and all leathers values 250 Sweepingout price 148 JtEXS FOOTWEAR x360 odds and ends of 400 Oxfords taken from our main floor Sweeping but price 248 B Oxfords all leathers Sweepingout price 308 Full and com IH++ t+ looJ in be Fourth Ave Ky oIIIoJi i + i + 3I44i IllooJ ++ I+ I ll I F3 ++++d HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the WeekGeneral- News Notes I WDrvislbn 3 held a largely attendedI meeting Monday night and all present appreciated the presence of State President Patrick J Welsh Division 1 meets next Tuesday night and not till August e There will be business of interns tall o members to be transacted undI therefore a largo attendanea Is looked for The Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night at Falls City Hall There has been no relaxation in the work of these good women who will1 hold a pleasant and interesting ses sion and review their success of the next six months From present indications there will be a record breaking crowd at the moonlight excursion of the Hi bernlan Social Club The committees have done excellent work and trothhing that would add to the of the occasion has been omitted State President Welsh is an en thusiastic advocate of the study of Irish history in our schools Monday night he made a strong appeal for In this direction a urgethatf PTheWelsh at the meeting of Division 3 Monday night created much en thusiasm There is no more earnest veryHlbernlapI aid him in doubling their present strength RECENT DEATHS Most genuine sorrow has been felt throughout Holy Cross parish for Mr and Mrs Charles Thoben 60 West Broadway caused by the death of their bright little daughter Mar 1 was held Sunday afternoon Rev Father Brey conducting the sa obsequies which were attended by many mourning friendsI The passing away of Miss Norma Mrsllfchael froherm j yond the ordinary She was twenty years old and succumbed to a oompH d J Sacreheartsi requiem and preaching a feeling ser mon in which there was consolation thresistersMHDALS IlER REWARD i wetknowngJrlofthisemy Dame de Slon it Mar 1 in reward for key diligent study tw 46 e meat exercises jtad with tHem bi- ttDeliner sa paid a plait to ipm fri nd ThirfGtruth re Womens White Canvas Oxfords andCubanj WhiteShoesInto Two Big Lots 298Values From 300 to S500 This is the first time these goods been on sale or buttonblucherCubanheelscanvas and white linen BOSTON SHOE COINCORPORATED 417419 Louisville H Pat again encouragement KentuckYthan joinethe hersufferIngs herTuesday Walshbeing relatlVN Notre theehaoyear westMarshall have SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thornus W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu Ick Financial Secretary Joseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry moil SentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T Keaney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamBentlnelThomas Hannon DIVISION acMeets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland HourlgandRecording SecretaryJohn rice Financial Secretary John J Hes lion Jr TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn1 East SentinelThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J nngan Recording Secretary John J 6arry Treasurer rPatrlck Conley FardSentinel M J McDermott dfY M IsMAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank O Adams First Vice President Ceo Thorn ton Second Vice President John J Lynn Financial Secretary A C Link Recording Secretary John R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry Klbbey Treasurer =4bBtlan Hubbuch Marshal Fred Seamier Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank B Oral or on of 823 Welt eJfferson street aBSbuhce ugbterMissHorne of Cincinnati The marriage will be solemnized at Z oclock ou the afternoon of July 34 at St antnj latJDalton of Central police station Thb jkroom is an electrical engineer anttorDir171oe1 i d is hoek I 148 i t 248 TIOItNLMr Full and com plete line bath ing shoes 25ctol50 iF r h32ti F43331+M KMIITS1 I OP iOLUJIBIIS I 1 I Late News That Will Interestl Members Here and Else where I Before long the membership willI exceed 300000 The total fund in charge of theI Supreme officers is 4500000 The only college council In this country Is that at Notre Dame IndI madreI for an initiation at Marshfield Ore on July 20- District Deputy Larkin and a degree team from Rome Initiated 10 candidates at Oswego N Y New Albany council entertained ii friends with a most enjoyable don Tuesday night at Glenwood Park For having the largest family onjthe grounds at the Frankfort Fourth of July celebration H F Lutkeme received the prize letterfont oho entertained between 2000 and 3000i people at Olenwood Park cJuneat Fort Smith Ark when broughtintohers toPIWOOonnorand Mrs T A Peak Messrs AlexaMattingly C J Richerson D M Cooper and Grover Hagan all of Fllzabetbtown MONail FOR REEDY Attorney James Reedy la now act thoOltyWednesda Dawson Springs PARISH PICNIC HillParkpicnicforDinner nnd supper will be rofreahments forEuchre Intheenjoyable time Is assured all friends of the parish who attend COVINGTON The Fourth of July will now mark I an event of Interest In the history of St Patricks congregation With I quiet but impressive ceremony the cornertono of the new parochial school was laid on Friday of last rapIdlyschoolyearpleted It will tie second to none of our Kentucky schools OWENSDORON A marriage of much Interest was musMonday MayBrownJosephRoffriendsceremonyn viather1OC1etyclrII respectedo- FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY 9URI BREWApproved by every tonewho has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING y INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE JB Climb Phone West 191 Home Phone 191 J rHEII WIEDEMANNrCDRP0- LTEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers 1 Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength exccllestftwsi Y QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING COrNC- ORPORAY8D i f Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Arc Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordw a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Name 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS I AClay508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET J TELEPHONE 209 LOUISiqij KY NOW SOLD IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER HOMECeJOHN F ERTEL COf RATEDerPHONE CITY859 LOUISVILLE KY Special Notice to Altar Societies We haVo on hand a large and ex line of Altar Alb and Sur lIca Laces Wo have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think ing of purchasing the above soon twill pay you to look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces wo know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display Wo also carry a full line of and findings for making nd repairing vestments Write for Samples ROGERS Church Goods Company4- I8WJEEFERSONST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods TFDOLAN JOHN JDWAN HOME PHONE CITY 2209 BUY A SAMPLE FRO- MDOLAN CO RETAIL DEALERS IN Leaf Tobacco Small quantities sold to eonsum ers Per pound 200 Shipped to all parts of the United States 1135 W Market St Louisville Ky FRED ERHART- ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING W Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESON FuneralPirectors and Embatmers UQ P HA NIJJ- ir4111 T THE 2 FAVORITES of LotilsTllIes Particular Sorters TARPY SPECIAL lOc Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equalingrafry j and flavor Homemade Unloamjtde and the bestmade for the money For r tale at all dispensers of smo- kersAPB s T W CO MAKERS a SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET t 4 MONUMENTS We have just received five carloads of Monuments ranging a price from 7500 to 20000 mal which we can give at a bargafa Before purchasing please givens a call at our warerooms Jt832t West Green St s- Now Muldoon Monument Ci CB THOMPSON FItORISTONLY ONE STORK i ltyFloral532 FOURTH AVHNUK Both Tclert ees low pronptalteadestaidr A Delightful Smoke PKONH CITY 2310 FO- RCLI3OlPAT13AXf r GONDOLA JAe A Ik DOME r sad s CUy 84rM I I J CENTUOKY AlICRIOAi John H Buschemeyeri FOR MAYOHI Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party H Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label r e Means to YouI 1Ifnot listen It means double premium value at our store or one GREEN TRADING ST AMP for I each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one eachProfitGREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Ii Nick Warisse Baking Co +s +++ +++ aw++1+ ++ +x+++ ++++++++ i I THE H B W STORE f l Should be in the mind of every housekeeper when they needt Carpets Rugs and Draperies Our Market street location makes It possible to IIt sell the Highest Class Goods at most moderate r prices We know that you can do better at our t f store if you look for good merchandise Hubbuch Bros Wellendorffii 522524 WEST MARKET STREET I Ii1i6 FOR GOODNESS SAKEf 1 EAT f t MOTHERS BREAD I I 1 est and Most Sanitary Bakery in I r Largrt iiNNNNNNiNNi11Ni0i0i1tNNNINN t INiNNIbONitFor Your Furniture Wants 1 WANT YOUR TRADE r My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I JAMES GREENE 1II 425 427 and 429 East Market Street r thI Z- i t 11 1 I+01 ++ ++++++++ 1n1 + 11 + J I NOWI iiIS BETTER THAN WHEN k GAS STOVESSo- ld i r I now can be connected now but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order t LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY 1111 tI01 I U 110111 110 11 +oJS HH IT I AWNINQSANDTENTS A large stock of ttnts on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished rrK ntuckyre tandAwning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 13Q1 N THIRD ST0 1 1 I CHARLES H KNIGHTl Candidate For IloElec ionCANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATORt THIRTY SIXTH DISTRICT Subject to the Action ol the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913VOT FOR George SchlegelF- OR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of th emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGERt Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action ol the Democratic Party Primary August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEMANII ReEltctlonfSubject to the Action of the ElectignAugust 19131I J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SUTsSTiYO1JEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE F- ORCORONERSubject to Action Democratic Party BENSCHULMAN CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEi f L11apiedtdFefxNlrtKiYSletlllM 9 VMtn WftfK subject to Actionof tH Demowatle saris JOHN R PFLANZ JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election Vugust 2 1913 JOSEPH M KEYER w CANDIDATE FOR- e CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic partyA TOE FiI1ICLi CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic r1party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you fouryeatS as Sheriff i inpIappreciate WILLIAM E HOLLEY CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to Action of the Democratic Part- yHENRY E CRAWFORD CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEThird Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Fred T Heffernan CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMANTWELFTH Voted For City at Large Subject to Action of Democratic Party WmM Duffy CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURES Legislative District Efeveatfa and rwarh WardaSubject to Action ol the Democratic Prtjr ssu nf t P S RAY Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK- e bject to the Action of theI Democratic Party Primary Election ugust 2 1913 tOED W BERRY CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE Eighth Mailsterlil District Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of theI i ElectloRANDREW M SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the ElectionITVOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENS FO- RCOUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 1913 O j CRONAN CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFFDemocraticParty Chas C Foster CANDIDATE FOR JAIJI EJRJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas W Milliken CANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURER I Party Subject to Action of the Democratic I have served you for four years s City Tax Receiver and being OfIferJ Ii CUTPRICE CLOTHING HERE ARE FACTS 3000 AND 2800 SUITS NOW 13500 TO 12500 2250 TO AND 2000 SUITS NOW AND 1250 SUITS WHILE THEY11500 CUT TO I I Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND Mens and Young Mans Exclusive Clothes Shop HALF DOZEN Handsome Tumblers 1900 1400 900 JEFFERSON Give Them Away With Lb NEW BLEND Tea 60c JOHN M MULLOY ij 3 JVXARKJQ5T OXRESK- TVGtt0 w8 TRY GALLON OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM OrangePineapple GALLONIPHONE SHAWNEE THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY q TRY IT ULL TIKE IT FIVE CENTS I Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious Delightful Refreshing Hot Weather M J SAHNON We 1 Best For Ice Tea Try IL The Coffee Roaster 8 lion Phone alCP W A OF HOME 2198 i in Free Mgr The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range ever offered to the public It haV the most practical gas saving burner ever devised The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real mer- itGEHER SON 215 West Market St IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Get the BEST In the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLoulnllleDOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your coal bin with our freshly mined Star Block Coal S400 PER TON 2000 POUNDS Home Phone City 3101 Cumb South OGOy P BANNON JR VlcePres and Trell Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co 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