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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS SCHOOL Served and Brecklif ridge 4 LOUISVILLE JULY 26 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS VINCENTIANS r Thronged St Patricks Church For Annual Communion Sunday Arc Welcomed by Vicar General Cronin in an Eloquent Sermon N I Hundreds Attcn Afternoon Session and Hear Thomas Walsh FATHER St Patricks church Thlpteent and Market bas been the scene of many notable religious events but none which should make deeper Impression then that last Sunday morn ing when the Vlncentlans of Louls vllle almost filled that edifice and observeu the feast of their patron by receiving holy communion from the hands of Vicar General Cronin the pastor Father Cronin was the cole brant of the mass and extended the Vlncentlans a most hearty welcome In his sermon which was brief but forceful and Jn which ho said Such a body of men who BO un selfishly work for the glory of God and the benefit ot their distressed neighbors who so piously and de out y approach the holy table needs little sermonizing To see you men of business men from the shops and the mills men of the law doctors all classes and kinds ot men coming with the faith of little children to the Eucharistic banquet Is the best sermon I know You can not realize what good you are doing by your ex ample What a consolation it is to know that in this time of scepticism pf denial of God and his Divine Son of contempt for religion and disregard for the moral law the men ot the Catholic church still are faith full What a rebuke it Is to tho who would proclaim that Chrlstianiu is dying out what a tremendous profrf that the Catholic church posse es the solid truth for otherwise he could not hold her men surrounded as they are by a world gone mad yith unbelief a world reeking withoral leprosy Such a sight as this is a consolation to the priest to do mo e tor save Souls but greatest of aj it is the loyalty of Catholic merf especially In the matter of frequent holy communion that encourag s Plus X to go on with his glor ous tattle against the enemies ot the church and- o God to restore asne promised nil things In Christ S The regular quarterly meeting was held In the ternoon In the Knights ef Columbus Hall on Fourth street President John J Caffrey oc cupying the ignalr After the reading of the oonfe encereports and the en rollment of new members Attorney Thomas Walsh delivered the principal address it is surely a pleasure to b asked taddress you men for you are the kind that we must admire Laid tne attorney You practice vhat you reach you reduce your re ilgion to your dally lives you exem plify to tAe nonbelieving world what the fspirit of the Catholic churc- hits If we wish to repel every as sault to confound every lie directed against the church we need but say Look at the St Vincent de Paul Sp ciety and then ask Does the Cath olic church develop the true practice of the gospel counsels The enemies or the church have no answer Yoq constitute the real bulwark of the laity of the church The work which the St Vincent de Paul Society does U not like that of so many socalled charitable organizations I do not wish to be unkind and I am thank ful for what good those organizations do but gentlemen we must admit that the charity which is ever seek ing public applause and selfglory Iis hardly the charity of Jesus Christ Why the motto of some of these pr ganlzatlons seems to be Hurrah for usl On the other hand your work Ib an expression of that spirit of brotherly love which runs all through the Catholic church and you men are engaged in it solely for love of our Divine Lord and your fellow men God In ibis Inscrutable ways has 01 dalned that man should be asocial creature Whether we will it or not we are all working for each other The farmer Is raising wheat and po tatoes and chickens for his city neighbor and the city man is tolling 1 to make boots or wagons or plows for the farmer The more society develops the more dependent do We become upon each other But these mutual services are done because ot the hope ot mutual benefit Its quite another story whenwe are asked to give of our means to one from whom we can expect nothing This is where Christs gospel comes in this is the chance for the Christian to prove himself This la where s much of the socalled Christianity stops short There is one truth which we can not get away from and that Is death All the deeds and minutes of our lives will pass before ua as a panorama in that fatal hour What will it profit us then If we kayo built great buildings learned much of science and history and language What will It matter how beautiful1we may have been how much men may haya courted our tutor ortoeralded pur deeds l Wit- Illl ill this avail us If we have lived YIdT171ncYI I A IJ A I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XXXINO SATURDAY DEPPENS SUGGESTION God are those directed against the oppressors of the widow and itl 0 fatherless and the outcast The holy writer declares that such are brothers tc the murderer On the other hand how peaceful will be the last hour how comfort ing will be our hope if we have loved the poor if we have sought out and ministered to those in need I The recollection of having given a glass of cold water In Jesus name will be worth more than all the wealth and learning and glory the whole world can give St Paul mentions three virtues faith hope and charity but to boldly says the greatest of these Is charity Lot us ponder well his statement that lf we speak as angels but have not charity we are aS sounding brass and tinkling cymbal If we are such we are frauds we are Pharisees we are not true sons ot our holy mother the Church for verily she Is the charity of God expressed among men Much Interest was shown in the suggestion of the Very Rev Father Peppen the Records venerable editor that a great meeting under the auspices of the St Vincent de Paul Society be held here in the fall to celebrate the Universal Jubilee which Pope Plus has proclaimed In commem oration of the Emperor Constantine granting freedom to the church Ho further urged that Cardinal Gibbons bo asked to sing the opening Pontifi cal high mass and deliver the princi- palI address The matter was referred to the Particular Council which 1Is from the twen tytwo conferences and will be taken up at Its next meeting CATHOLIC FORESTERS The tw tfirst i tter7idt tP1 conventlorrof the Catholic Order of Foresters will be held hero August theSeelbachtions will bo one of the most pleasant important and memorable events In the history of the organl zatl n The members ot the order workingfatveatlon and when the delegates and ti11 hors arrive they will find noth IjjgI overlooked that would add the ightest to their pleasure comfort r convenience One of the noteworthy features of the convention will be the presence of Past Chief Ranger John F Scan Ion the first High Chief Ranger of the order and In addition to this might be mentioned the presence of J P Lauth P J Cahill and John C Schubert all Past High Chief Rangers Monday officers delegater and visitors will be met and es corted to the headquarters at the Seelbach Hotel Monday evening there will be a smoker and reception at the Tyler Hotel where all may register and become acquainted Tuesday morning there will bo Pontifical mass at the Cathedral the mass being sung by a full male choir After the mass the conven tion will be called to order at the roof garden of the Seelbach The addresses of welcome Will be delivered by Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott on behalf of the State Mayor W O Head of the city and Camden R McAtee on behalf of Cen tral Chapter On Tuesday afternoon there will be given a car ride to the visitors which will end at Spring Hank Park where there will be a good oldfashlonod barbecue on Wednesday there will be an evening entertainment at Fontaine Ferry park and on Thursday evening there will be a moonlight excursion Special parties will be arranged by the committees for the ladles and visiting members who do not cnre to attend the entire proceedings of the ionventlon STEVE DUNIGANS SUCCESS The following item taken from the Hammond Times will be Interesting- to the many friends of Stephen Dunigan a former Louisville resident and refers to the letting of 450 0 worth of road bulldl gatC- rown Point Ind S B Dunigan was formerly connected with the contracting firm of Downey Portz and Is a road builder of experience There are other Stockholders in the mnlgdn Fredericks Co whose names have not been made public but Phil McLaughlin the Mayor of Saxony is said to be one of them The company expects to be Incorporated for more than 25000 and Mr Dunigan will be the com ianys President Last year Mr Dunigans company bunti65OOO worth of asphalt utredts alone HELP SCHOOL FUND On next Wednesday July 30 the members of the St Frances of Rome church Payne and Cavewood streets in Clifton will give a lawn fete euchre and lotto on the lawn ad joining the church The proceeds will be for the benefit of the school fund of the church and the 8t Frances people cordially Invite their friends and the friends pf their church to lend their presence to the occasIon spend a delightful afternoon and evening socially help In a good cause and all for only a few centt The euchre and lotto will take place in the afternoon A large number of handsome prizes have been donated TRINITY COUNCIL N A well attended meeting of Trin- Ity Council Y M L was held Monday night when much routine business was transacted Though not final the reports from the picnic committee were very gratifying giv tug assurance that the Phoenix Hill lfalr WM a decided euee ws TrIn tys next event will lw lie trip to Mammoth Cave on Sunday August s1Thlii tickets for this will be 55v and Will Inefad railroad tart hotel bill and eYti feeL 0 c MDERMOTT Expressions of Appreciation Following Lexington Labor Trouble People of this Bluegrass Section Grateful to the Acting Governor The Masses Hail Him as a Just Itulcr mid Most Wise Counselor UNEQUALED AS AN ARBITRATOR The frmncss and justice displayed by Gov Edward J McDermott in the settlement of the street railway strike at Lexington stamp him ns andhasfldence of the people of Kentucky and the country That our readers may know how his services are appreciated In the Bluegrass region wo reproduce comments from tho three Lexington papers which verify we said In our last issue whittI heading Cause For Rejoicing Lexington Herald said It Is needless for us to express lur gratification at the settlement o f tlteSStrlke equally needless to express Hr appreciation of the good offices onov McDermott In bring- Ing about a Settlement satisfactory alike to the stfHcins employes and to the officers of tnfrjtractlon company Every citizen mu8t Yioiee that the strike is ended sotswithout further bloodshed violence or destruction of property and with out the troops being sent to Lexing ton by the Governor It was a wise manly and considerate course for the Governor to come to Lexington to investigate conditions before taking acjtlon ordering out the troops It was particularly fortunate that he exercised his power as a mediator and brought together In accord the warring elements Both the leaders of the strikers and the officers of the company are satisfied with the agreement that was made and gratl Red ai the result they and all other citizens of Lexington have cause to be profoundly grateful to Gov Mc DermottThe of that city with Hall toJklcDermolt1 had this to say Kentuckys Lieutenant Governor and at the present moment the Act- Ing Governor of Kentucky rose tc the occasion met it and we Lexlng tonlans are all for McDermott God bless his level red head On an appeal to send the militia to the cap ital of the Bluegrass the Governor came himself instead It did not take him long to size up the sltna BullieswlIoseGovernor being a true Kentuckian realized that you ean not crush manhood with a galling gun and appealed to reason and common sense Instead The result Is Lexington h In peace normal business conditions are restored and this fair city will now proceed on its way growing expanding and occasionally when the occasion demands It yelling for hlcDormott An emotional Governor would have had troops on every cpr nor the rifle ruling the community lustead of justice and reason with the result that man would lmv been arrayed against man business mrallzed for days and perhaps weeks and this beautiful city of ours torn asunder by passion Lexington win ever owe Gov McDermott an act of gratitude and the Tribune today mils him ns a just ruler and a wise counselorThe Leader also hail- Ing Gov McDermott commends him In the following editorial Tile street car strike with HR potent elements of danger was brought to a close Tuesday afternoon through the good offices of Acting Governor McDermott who inviting employes and employers to meet with him brought them to an agreement before he left Acting Governor E Jr McDermott Is the first Governor of a Commonwealth to leave the Capitol to go to the scene bf a rIot and a strike and settle it That he stands unequaled as an arbitrator- Is unquestioned since it only required twentyfour hours for him to settle a strike which seemed an Impossibility Monday morning Ho practically spent twentyfour hours listenIng to one side then to the other until he understood every point of the trouble The crisis caged for a strong man to handle it and Gov McDermott proved himself exactly the right man in the right place The Leader is not fully advised of the details of the discussion which took place behind the closed doors of the conference room But It IB known that the forceful well judged suggestions of the Governor made to the representative of the Traction Company and then to the strIkers committee drew both factions toward each other until imutual understanding was reached and the success of the conference is due to the confidence which both sides held in the man from Frank tort and to the spirit of conciliation which both sides exhibited Gov McDermott has won the sincere ratltude of all Lexington for cow- Ing at onto to the scene ef action and for his efforts in bringing about a reiteration of normal conditions s II Oh hes little but lleIw1N He a tlMroi for Jill rite Andke MMt advecLleo tJouNe4r I 1 NNIN WN Ij COMING EVENTS Spring Bank Club Barbe cue and fish fry Spring IJank Park July 24 and 25 I Lawn Euchre and LottoSt Columbas church July 2930 on church grounds- St Leos church Picnic on church grounds August 6 Ladles ot St Johns churdh Lawn fete August 58 Bar rett and Brecklnrldge St Peters ChurchOuting- at Spring Bank Park August 6 Jeffersontown Picnic and supper for St Edwards church August 12 St Williams Festival mid detective contest on church grounds August 1213 St Josephs OrphanageAn- nual picnic on Orphanage grounds August J9 Church of Out LadyLawn fete church grounds Thirty fifth and Rudd ugust 1920 Knights of Co umbusOut arovelAugust BAD EFFECT The Morning Heralds AntiLou Isvillo Cnntimigii Bearing Fruit New Haven Echo Expresses Sentiment of OiitofTown JIfO u un e1 holler Than Thou Progressives Dont Mind Forging NaniesEXPOLICEMEN STILL BUSY i For further prodot the contention of the Kentucky Irish American the past couple of weeks that the local Progressive Egan the Louis Ille HeraldrWa ila3uring the good name of the city in Innumerable ways and hurting local business by Tightening prospective buyers away from here the following clipping Is taken from the New Haven Echo pUblished at New Haven and one of the most Influential papers In the Fourth district Does the Louisville Herald and the Louisville Post consider it safe for people on the outside to visit that city This is the question that Is confronting the people on the out side that peruse these papers Can a lady from the country walk tho streets of that city without being in sulted and beat up by some burly policeman These are questions we would like to know for our ladles go to the city some times and we want to warn them to stay away until such times as they can visit thore with safety We had 1Hardly be loved the Falls City as bad as It IIB paInted by Its own papers but they are In a better position to know about it than we are and if al they say Is true Louisville is a good place to avoid Or is all this exposure mere political buncombe to put their ticket over In the coming election If so truly the good and progressive People of that city are to be pitied Tho above shows the damage be- Ing done by our antlLoulsvllle pa ners the Herald especially which inaugurated these wild stories of near burglaries and invoked the aid of exChief Haigero detective agency and several expolicemen to spy on the present police depart ment rind by the way these same xpollce wouldnt have been exs today Sf they had been sober and faithful In the discharge of their duties The trills In the Circuit Court luring the past several days hays wakened the general public to the class of men comprising the Progressive party their methods of securing names to petitions resort- Ing to forgery even pot being con latent with the hIgh sounding Progressive platitudes of the Herald which would have us believe that- the morals of the communJty were confined to the castoff Republicans- A P As and downand6utors who comprise the Bull Moose party lo Bally It ilkeven rumored that forgery was perpetrated In the belect petition published in the Herald of the men on the tobacco breaks who indorsed Axton the machine candidate In addition one ot tho signers stated to a representative of this paper that many of the signers were indignant that Axton used the indorsement for campaign purposes and that it was only Intended as an expression of regard from a business standpoint as a sort of balm to his wounded feelings from the attacks he Is receiving on ull sides and especially from tile Reich err camp The expose of the method used in trying to dig up matter against the administration In these columns last week must have had some effect ox Chief Haagw having gone to Panama while the contractors who formerJdmlnlstralions fbVernment = have Ir DVr1passive and areuot at present uor lug tu able alUof bbr Progreeettwa I 1 t OLD LIE That Was Exploded Years Ago Now Used as Menace Star Story Appcarano of This Hoary Ol 1 Tale Causes But Little Surprise Lengths to Wnich the Desperate UiiAinericrin Guardians Will Go CAN NOT VERIFY STATEMENTS The people publishing the Menace evidently have a good memory along ImaginationFruitful sepmtobythemnJlgntheypublications change the dates am places and dish them up to a public all too eager for sensation and not critical enough to probe statements as to their truth or untruth One of the pet stories of the A P A publications told of so and ar many thousands of rifles being stored In this or that church to he used by Catholics on a certain day against Protestants Those who have been watching the recent campaign of antiCatholic publication have been waiting for this hoary old 1tale lobetfishtnTupSgaln And lo and behold Now that th TH5jjllc Is sufficiently prepared the Menace olt July G Issues the old tale tells this lay of the ancient rnallener In thn Issue mentioned the paper telling off- an alleged assault upon ex priest Jeremiah J Crowley at Oelweln Iowa says literally There Is n story going the rounds In Oelweln that there arc 1000 Winchester rifles stored In the basement of the hall of the Sacred Heart church This is a building that stands dl rectly in back of the church proper It was formerly the chur h proper etc A Romn Catholic one of the good kind who Is within the inner circle let the cat out of the bag in a spirit of boastfulness in these words after fLhave Vo Qr the old church building and a dozen rounds ot shots and when the time comes we are going to make good use of them on you dirty Protes tants Needless to say there was no in tention or attempt to kill Crowley at Oelweln but we are used to hear ing the Menace make statements which can not be verified The interesting feature and the one we want to direct particular attention to Is the repetition of the old story of the rifles which the True Ameri can the American Idea the American the Loyal American the Rocky Mountain American and other so called American AP A publications loved to tell In the early part of the nineties Even then this story was not new being copied from KnowNothing publications The foregoing and other stories were made much of In the A P A papers In their day All that the jeople at Aurora Mo had to do was to copy a line or two from the old publications and substitute the name of Oelweln for one or two or the names contained In these stories The trick is simple but none the less vicious and merely shows to what lengths these unAmerican Guardians of Liberty will go In their hatred of Rome The fact that the Menace Is now copying both the tactics of the old CnowNothlngS and the A P A movement and their very campaign material shows not only a great lack of originality but also a degree of malice entirely foreign to the American mind It would be wasting agaInstIMenace is still running its shop at Aurora Is sufficient proof that Catholics pursue just the opposite course or that ascribed to them by that paper Says Editor Wlridle In a recent issue of the Iconoclast speaking- of Catholics and defending them against the accusation of contem plated violence raised by the Men ace If a hundredth part of whet Walker says against Catholics were true his outfit would have been blown to hell long ago VISITED HER PARENTS t Sister Fldells of the Sister of Charity daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles N Jacques of St CeclUan parish has been spending a few days vIsiting her parents at 2422 St Xavier street Sister Fidells came from Newburyport Masts and was en route to Nazareth for the annual retreat of her sisterhood Before leaving the world for the conventual life Sister F dells was pnp of the most exemplary and popular girls nf the West End and during her brlof stay hundreds of admiring friends called at the home of her parents to greet her CATHOLIC UNION OFFICERS The Catholic Yo tng Mens Na tional Union cohcltfded its thirty ninth annual convention at Detroit on Wednesday with th election of gttlcera sad the selection of Cambridge Springs Pat forthnH ihToattoni Officors elected were 1L TI- i 4 Spiritual Director the Right Rev Edward D Kelly Detroit President William Henry Gallagher Detroit First Vice President William H Webber Philadelphia Second Vice President William Jansen Buffalo Third Vice President John Lnue Pittsburgh Secretary Charles Steiner Detroit Treasurer Harry R Murray Philadelphia The convention was the most laregly attend ed and successful yet held INTEREST IN MEETING I The meeting of Division 3 Ai O II held Monday night was one of the most Interesting of the year and was largely attended One candidate wag obligated and another reported favorably Reports of the Klnancl Secretary and Treasurer were read and showed a nice sum In the treasury despite the heavy expenditures Members believe the degree tram has a surprise to spring soon as of ltelle tho members have been keeping their movements quiet Receipts from the Hibernian Social Club moonlight are still coming In and I It is expected a most gratifying state ment will be submitted at the meet Ing on August 4 The division was honored by the presence of County Secretary Langan who delivered n most excellent address Interesting short talks wore made by Sergeant John M Maloney Attorney Lawrence J Mackey Magistrate P T Sulllvar John Karman Thomas Noon and others Next month the Social Club1 will give a moving picture show atone of the West End theaters NARROW ESCAPE Engineer William Curley and Firemen R C Ludlow and C A Leatherman all of the Illinois Con tral and residents of this city had narrow escapes from death last Sun day afternoon when their engine and the baggage car and smoker jumped the track near Central City Despite the heroic efforts of the en Sine crew and the appliance of the air brakes tho engine and tender crashed down a twelvefoot embank menFlUldwere followed by the baggage car which almost stood on end Engineer CurlJjJ and Firemen Lud low were rescued fYsJS the smashed engine cab by passengand other members of the train crtWi Doth were unconscious and sufferiniorso various cuts and legs They are now being cared for at St Mary and Elizabeths Hospital Passengers of the train were unanimous In praising Curley who Insisted that the passengers be cared for before the doctors on the scene attended to his own Injuries Curluy Is one of the most valued of theT C engineers He has served the road since 1S78 during which time ho has acquired the reputation of being ii fearless but careful driver LOSS BV FIRE Fire originating from some un known cause totally destroyed the grocery and stable of Councilman Charles J Flnegan Nineteenth and Owen streets causing heavy loss addamage For a time a big conflagration was threatened as the flames communicated to the residences of Miss Mary Stebler Will Bradley Joe llurta und J E Roberts but the heroic work of the firemen saved them Two men Tom Rlfey and Charles Sheehan wore overcome by the smoke while trying to save two horses Councilman Flneean will continue In business artd will erect anew store building ARM TAAVN SUPPER A lawn lotto and euchre party will be given for the benefit of St Columbas church next Tuesday and Wednesday on the beautiful church grounds at Thirtyfifth and Market streets Each afternoon and evening ninny elegant prizes will he diS- tributed after the euchre and lotto games which will be played in the open air Besides othnr Interesting attractions one of the features of this lawn fete will be the splendid and appetizing warm supper that will be served by the ladles of this congregation Father Kalaher the pastor and his assistants promise an entertainment that can not be surpassed ICJC CAREY JIHAD Nicholas Carey one of the best known members of the Louisville police force fell a victim to the extreme heat of last week While on duty at the West Broadway police station cxpiredbody being found on the floor where he had fallen His wife and sexetll children survive him The funeral was held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church of which he had been a member since coming to this city from Bowling Green many years ago 4CN1GUT AS SANTA CLAUS Charles H Knight the next Democratic State Senator from the Thirtysixth district was the fortunate winner of the two large candy prizes at St Pauls church plrnlc on Wednesday evening and generously gave his winning to the orphans of Stt Josephs and St Vincent Orphan Asylumns playing midsummer Kris Cringle so to speak COMES FOR BRIDE Tlilo marriage of Miss Harriet N Hancock of Now Albany Td and Irnest L Blandford was solemnized Wednesday evening at st Cecilias church The couple left after the ceremony for Chicago where they will make the home Mr Bland ford is a son of Eugene Blandtord Jhlef Deputy of at the Jefferson County Jail and for sometime has lreetconneeted with tthe fright tie- artment of the Cfetcago efttc of the lllnoli Central railroad cO I r WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order I NEXT JUNEii The Irish Parliament in Dublin Will Be Brought Into Existence Asquith Declares Homo Rule Is Certain of Passage in the Commons 1 Names Are Being Discussed For Chiefs of the Now Irish Government EVERYTHING GOING STRAIGHT k Regarding the home rule bill Hon T P OConnor cabled Sunday that more importance was attached to the speeches It the House of Lords thantorejection had been anticipated for weeks The debate wds carried on uninterruptedsomnolence ance from the public but what has interested and excited the public is theHouseing as If the Parliament act had not ti become a law and as if the situation remained exactly the same as when the House of Lords had an allLiberalLord Curzon was notable oven among the Peers for his arrogance opinIons as to assert that even if another InfavorLords would still claim the right to Thisdeclarationnounced for centuries has become x the watchword of the Liberals throughout the Country It Ic laced In scare heads over Liberal arc kles and figures In caricatures with CuTzo addressing the House of Commons as iblack beetle It is calculated to rouIG very popular assembly to shouts ol laughter or rage x Similarly In Ulster Carson keopr on repeating threats of civil waraTJg holds reviews of skeleton battalion of his unarmed warriors It is slg nlflcant of the blind fury nnd the absence of all power of rational ap preciation of the political situation that the Tories have now convinced themselves that Asquith will funk in carrying through the home rule bill and some Tory prophets even go to the length of saying that As quith will retire from office next February This extraordinary lluslon tins proved too much foramoderate Unionist organ like the Birmingham Dally ost which pub holy warns its Tory leaders that Xsquiths retirement until he has put home rule on the statute book is unthinkable and that he remains inflexible In his resolve to succeed inusettling the Irish question where Gladstone failed Asqulth at the private dinner with the Irish members last week left no doubt upon that point declaring that the passage of home rule next year was as certain as that he was on his legs addressing them Another wide spread rumor squally ridiculous Is circulated by some stupid fellows among the Liberal journalists and by one Liberal Peer to tho effect that another general election will take place before the Irish Parliament comes into existence and that thus the Tories will be given an opportunity n of preventing It ever meet- Ing it they win that election Some people even add to that story the additional fable that Asquith and ledmond have come to an understanding i on the sitting of the Irish Parliament No such understanding was suggested discussed or even thought of The Irish Parliament will be brought Into existence the first possible moment after the bill passes into law It wil probably to a law in June and possibly In May ti and within a few days after Redmond vlll be made Prime Minister ot Ire landand six months after the passage ot the act the Irish Parliament will be elected and sitting In Dublin Already preliminary arrange nonls are being made with a view to accelerating this change Irish gov ernment documents are being studied s and soon will be prepared ncallt- he necessary proclamations also are being investigated The final method suggested to make thft passage of the homo rule hill impossible will be to create scenes of disorder In the House of Commons and preventing It from doing any business whatever But English people will not tolerate an attempt to break up their seven century pfd legislature by such Hooliganism In short the Liberal Ministers and the Irish members are so confident of everything going straight as a bullet to tho allotted end that al ready names are being discussed for chiefs of the Irish offices ST LEOS PICNIC Ono of the last and most popular- picnics l of tine season will ha that of St Leos church of Highland Park on the church grounds on Wednesday August G afternoon and evening An elegantl country dinner nd shipper will be served by the ladles of the parish and the many friends of Father Fitzgerald and his little congregation In this qlfy will probably partake of tilalr lifcpJUlrtr onn that day i II 1 1BJirTUOKY X lSI3 AM JOAN 11 in TIfiMR16thfti7 te4 to tile Social and Moral Advaaceiaemeat ol Irlth Anericui and Cattollca Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute Mid CutboMc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlahere INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY flc HnUr d a rho Loallvtlla PoittWci a SMOOdiCUM fUtUr Airmail CoemsakaMeusl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West keel St I cTRADESI COUNCILIJIElEI UtaeN FLATTENED Tho Kentucky Irish American Is In receipt of two communlcatioi this past week which are unique and amusing if nothing else The first is from a party who styles hlmeelf an American Citizen who Is evidently suffering from a bad case of the A P A rabies his letter con alsting of a series of snarls and barks at this paper the mere mention ot justice or recognition to Catholics having him frothing at the mouth Tho second A P A missive is signed Cronins Free Americans notice the Irish name and states that the policy of this journal is foreign to their way of thinking being subscribers of the Menace which they prefer to any Catholic literature Of course there Is no accounting for tastes but Cronln Free Americans have our sincere pity Intermingled with contempt CONFIDENCE IN ABQU1TH The heat of the summer has played havoc with the brains of the Tory English politicians and the air Ifor weeks has been full of rumors that f ere Invariably traced to the camp of the opposition to the Government and home rule for Ireland The fall and collapse of the present Government was confidently predicted as dentin to take place long ago and when the prophecy was not fulfilled the political gossips began to talk of all the Important changes that wero to take place in the Cabinet The most sensational of these predictions was that Premier Asquith tired with the burdens and responsibilities of his office would resign after appoint himself Lord Chief JuBtIjMSjui teed Lord Alyerstonejjio will never resume his seat 1he bench Phillip EvefStt American corn sponde11ias assurance and the very tenTauthorlty for stating that the premier has not the slightest Intent on of leaving the political arena stow and everybody who knows him knows that this Is so Tho statesma who In face of unexampled difficulties passed the Parliament act Is not l going to lleave his post until the fruit of that great measure are garnered A distinguished colleague of As quith in the present Cabinet said ia few weeks ago Loyalty la one of the brightest jewels in the crown of the Prime Ministers character That loyalty will not be wanting to the Liberal party at this juncture In Its t fortunes There Is also a loyalty that n man owes to himself and Asqultl must feel that it is incumbent on his to see that the machine which he fashioned In the Parliament act iis capable of doing its work Martin Mulhall continues to show up himself and the Manufacturers Association The documents submit ted are convincing and prove Mulhal and his employers to be without either principle or honor Thel attempts at bribery destruction of labor unions and control of public servants should secure for the bunch a long term in prison His Eminence James Cardina Gibbons five Archbishops and twen tytwo Bishops have signified their intention of attending the national convention of the American Federa tion of Catholic Societies which meets la Milwaukee the second week In August Isnt It strange that all the autos that turn turtle and otherwise misbehave themselves invariably are running at a moderate rate of speed when the accident happens At+ least that 1s the tale always told when the mishap Is reported Everywhere the Progressives are making much noise but where elections r have been held and votes counted they make an exceedingly bad showing Pope Plus X will complete the tenth year 6fhis pontificate on Mon 0 day August 4 PAT FINEGAN OUT zany friends of Patrick Flnegin for Many years with tho Louisville ft Nashville Railroad Company were glad to sep him on the streets andgreetJtlm this week Though long ill end for a time in a critical condtlon Mr Tlnegan is now on the toad to full recovery despite his weakened condition ATJILRTlC CLUB DANCES For thef entertainment ofitmember and friends the Columbia Attleti CJablMW fcusngttrMed a serfea of open sir dunes At their club bou e8U East St Catherine nu street These dances will bo give every Thursday evening throughoi the summer months and should prove a popular innovation lhl lancing hall Is the only open airs In the city and is conducted on strictly first class lines This moi on the part ot the Columbia Athlet Club is one for tho benefit of the young and should be appreciated TWIN CITY LEAGUE The defeat of the Spring Dan1 team by the Champions last Sundy tied these two teams for first bO1 ors in the Catholic league JVhllp nearly all the other clubs are within a striking distance the race being tho prettiest in town and large attendances still continue the rulp Following is the schedule for tomorrow all games to be played at Shawnee Park Bruins vs Cadets Champions vs Shamrocks KentuckY Oaks vs Spring Bank and Hepburi vs Athletics The standing to dat W L P- etCbamplons9 4 692 Spring Banks 8 4 667 Kentucky Oaks 7 6 539 Shamrocks 6 6- Bruins6 500 7 462 Cadets 5 7 4- 17HepburDs4 7 364 Athletics 4 8 333 ciiuncn PICNIC Next Tuesday tho people of Hh Trinity church atSt Matthews iof which the genial Father Bohlsen Ie now pastor will give an nllllay picnic on the shady and beautiti church grounds There will be gamed and races for the young and amusements for all Including a firs class bowling alley There wyjj an abundance of refresh rfsTim from 4 oclock on a c 4 htry Vltlwivl supper will be SErved The Louisville and Eagn interurhan cars run to tJifgrounds and from tI10 end othe Walnutstreet line it- o is Jya fiveminute ride This will oe a picnic that all can enjoyund should bring to the country a large number of Father Bchlsens friends AMERICAN CADETS BLESSED Fifteen thousand people were gatt Bred last Sunday afternoon in tbe courtyard of San Damaso to await the appearance of Pope Pius X when from the Central Arcede the cadets of the American training ship Range marched in and wero greeted with great applause The Papal soldiers rendered military honors The com- Ing of the Pope and his court was announced by bugles the thron kneeling the band playing a Pontifical hymn and the cadets givIng a hearty cheer The Papal Secretary of State Cardinal Merry Del Val was present in the adjoining Kaphae Leoggie When silence was restore the Pope from the balcony delivered a short address urging all ito be firm In forwarding a Christie life and recommending the cadets tto serve God and their fatherland Later the Pontiff Imparted the apostolic benediction TREASURES OF VATICAN The art treasures etc of the Vatican are estimated to be wort 25000000 RECENT DEATHS The death of Mrs Maggie Griffin whose funeral was held Wednesday from St Frances of U1nachurch omoves from the comnunlij another highly esteemed and devout communicant of the Clifton pars1 She Is nrvivcd by her husband John Grit tin 2633 Payne street The death of Octave Ilassinler whose funeral took nlace Monday morning takes from St Mary Mag lalen parish another of Its old and respected members For many ears he had been prominent in bust less circles and was widely known SurvivIng him aro his widow Ira Iary Rassinier 1218 South Brook street and five sons and one daughter Friends and relatives were deeply level Sunday morning when they learned of the passing away of amuel Cover at his home 2G15 South Fourth street The deceased was employed by the Loulsvllp fashville railroad and was hold in hIgh esteem in South Louisville Besides his wife three children survive him The funeral was held Tuesday morning from Holy Name church nnd was largely attended Mrs Mary Dillon widow of the- late James T Dillon and the ven crable mother of Misses Mary and Adelaide Dillon and John James anal Frank Dillon succumbed Wednps day to the infirmities of her advance age For forty years she had been a resident of Louisville and a most devout member of the Church of Our Lady in Portland from where the funeral was held Rev Father Con nlft being the celebrant of the temp mass of requiem rFollowing a long llness ot heart dlsease Mrs Annie Soltz Harris bo l ved wife of Charles Harris passed iacefully into eternal rest 1VedneeI- 7 morning at the home of her parts Mr and Mrs John F Seltz121- ral avenue Beiidea her husband it leaves a daughter Mary Cath erIH Harris KM parents three othtr JosephPbiltp aad John httz and two aiatora MiMa1 + Jyelyn- and Utrtn4l Oita Tke fttntral ftu conducted iron St XleBaert church Friday moralist n rs r SOGIETY 1CJOO Mss Angela Duane is spending se oral weeks at Graham Springs Mrs Charles Parsons and children are visiting at Bowling Green Miss Florence Schlldt Is In Paducah visiting Miss Mario Roth Miss Hortense Twyman of Covln ton is here on a visit as tho gueet of relativeRIMisses Teresa and Helen Hamlng are spending the week with relatives at Jeffersontown Misses Nellie and Sally Hannan are at Lake Toxaway N 0 for a stay of several weeks Mr and Mrs W O Blandford and children of Crescent Hill left Sunday to visit relatives at Lebanon Miss Hilda Hlnkebeln of Now Albany spent the weekend hero as the guest of Mrs Edmund Klein Mr and Mrs Jerome DrIscoll and daughter returned Monday from ttwo weeks visit to Newcastle Sites Mary OHern of South Louisville left this week for a trip to New York and the Great Lakes Mr and Mrs John Lubbers Ire- turned thIs week from their trip abroad after a stay of nearly thn months Capt and Mrs James Fortune of Jeffersonvlllo have returned from a pleasant sojourn at French Lick Springs Miss Mary Kelly of Jeffersonvill Is visiting relatives in NashvJll with whom she will remain until September fieorge Welsh will leave tomorrn for Cincinnati to attend the Moso convention which meets Monday at that place- Miss Della Burckle left yeter1ay to spend two weeks visiting relatives In Montgomery Birmingham and Dotham Ala- Sergcant aJJ4 il were X W6fiat ITnlontown this pa week the Sergeant being on his ten days vacation Miss Essie Everln of South Louisville is home from an extended visit to Minneapolis St Paul Parlbaul Minn and Chicago Mr and Mrs Edward J Bosler and children left Sunday for a two weeks trip to Philadelphia Atlanti City and New York Mr and Mrs Martin J Gavin 530 Vest Brecklnrldge street left Wednesday for a two weeks sojourn at French Lick Springs Miss Teresa Willis left Friday for ber home in Montgomery Ala after pending a pleasant month With her auntlfrs H Burckle Miss Alice Shlnnlck 1501 Morto venue has been spending a vacation at Shelbyvllle visiting the family of her uncle Editor E D Shinnlck Miss Marguerite Hughes who was the guest of her cousin Miss Ma tle udge left Tuesday for Chicago tto I join her mother Mrs William Burton Miss Maggie Judge and her niece Miss iMargaret Kean left this week to be the guests of Mrs Clyd toward at her college in Wequoton sing Misses May and Imelda Cowai left Thursday for their home in Day ton Ohio after spending two week Islting relatives and friends in this ivII Miss iLllllan Doherty of Hamll ton Ohio has been extensively entertained while visiting her aunt Mrs James Doherty in Jefferson ville f Mrs Mary Flynn and daughter ngela who are visiting In St Louis will remain until fall as numerous receptions have been arranged in heir honor- lfisses Grace Clegg and Maui Coleman left Saturday for Indianapolis to visit Miss Louanna Nicholson From there they go to Winona ake to spend several weeks Miss Katherine Henley and lhrn- leca and nephew tnez and William annbn will leave tomorrow for a threo weeks trip to Washington New York and Niagara Falls Mrs William H Wolfenberger and Lighters Misses Birdie May and Margaret of 734 South Twenty Courtlt street are In Bowling Green where they will spend th summer Chaperoned by Miss Estello Glenn the following party left Tuesday for- White Mills Misses Loretto Reckten wald Margaret Lynn Eldred Grebe velyn Glpnn Mary Recktenwald and- Mary Lynn I Misses Maggie and Mary Tc veeney and Mary Ahern wilt leave tomorrow morning for Niagara Falls Washington Now York and other stern points of interes to be- away about throe weeks Mr and Mrs B M McDeyltt and children and sister Miss Anna MurI nane have gone to Buffalo for two- weeks after which they will go to jMcDevltt Cottage at Saratoga Sprlnl8 iBefore returning they will md some time la New York 1IAPPUYWEDDED A marriage l cenewas ispued edne dar to Charles Hlckey a ructural iron Vork rand Miw Mary Elizabeth Paul both of Setter JOtlv111f They were married Thvr 11 by the Rev Louts Hammer pa tarot Stt Antbonyi church many tftb friend lieteg vraant to sole the eerime y 1 QNE DOLLAR 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 I DR HE MECHLING FOR CORONER I Among the candidates at the prI- mary next Saturday none have made a more aggressive and active campaign than Dr H E Mechlit candidate for the Democratic nom- Ination for Coroner his vIgorous methods of campaigning caltchlng favor with the voters He has been a popular favorite on the stump iat 1gkSjl Ifferment ward and precinct meet lags it be3 lTeeiysfattfttvJi n 1J sides that his nomination would ad strength to the Democratic ticket In the November election IJr ONTAINEFERRTHE Xtragood VaudevilL 1 MATINEESCr 1 Oc Free Concerts by Natiellos Band pIG NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running wa terYPHOENIX HILL Ml Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials OutingsT- his beautiful Fark has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfec equipment throughout Societies lId parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts tARRY DECKER Assistant Manager KNOWS BETTER NOW John F Oetken of New Albany iIs wearing a brand new outfit sine Monday on account of a little epIsode OJ the Corydon pike Tuesday even pg While out driving with ibis wit md a couple of ladies John spied what he thought was a rabbit am amping from the vehicle immediately gave chase and landed his quarry much to ibis sorrow isu rabbit proved to be a skunk the ionsequence of which the ladies drove home alone while Oets like the little lamb came after He buried his ilothes that night CIJFF HAVEN With hnadrtfdi ef all season vlslt ore now occupying the cottages n onstantly changing programme of Tidal ectivltiefl and the weekly loc ores thronged with knowledge seekers life in all its varied phases was well represented at the Champlain Assembly of the Catholic Summer School durjng the past weok Nothing which could be done to add Eest and vigor to the social spiritual intellectual or physical life of ho nests waa neglected A bar onions combination of religious orvlces athletic events dances card parties lawn fetes and lectures tiled every hour of the passing days nfl1 evenings Those who were present at the high mass on Sunday wit CBsed a rather unique spectacle area brothers Rev Martin A anion Rev Arthur J Scanlon D D and Patrick J Scanlon per med all of the religious functions annected wlth tho churches cere lonial Roy Martin Scanlon cele rated the mess assisted by Patrick anion who is a student in the theological seminary at Dunwobdle while Rev Arthur canlon preached the sermon STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS following stroof paralysis jhn Fallahay for many years a- well known and sucCPesful rabnian or Louisville1 died shortly before S Took Wednesday afternoon at hiss 110m 171i pjmean street He ul- born in Ireland fiftythrf years ago and had lived In Louiavllle Inca he- Wy a boy B HdM his wUhe1 area thr e eons H rUn NoUn nd Henner TI UAay i4 I I TRANSYLVANIA E N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building Slechllngs career In the First Regl iment and as Physical Oiretcor at the Y M C A has won him sup porters from all classes and creed hangbeenphysician of high class jfndlng the doctor is well known the com munity and the Y5rIn the August primary will flake no mistake by sel cXIog this sterling young phy wfmn as the Democratic standard bearer In the Coroners race Dr Mechlings name occurs first on the ballot in the contest for that office VOTE FOR A B KILKELLY XOKE nELLY CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLEEi- ghth Magisterial District composed of the First tothe Ninth Precinct of the Eleventh ward and whole of the Twelfth ward Subject to the action of Demo ratio party MENS 1000 and 12- 50SUITS for 775 Purewool WellmadeSuits In a variety ofmaterials and patterns and all siz- esLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET CENTRALL FURNITURE GO s Incorporated N W Cot Third sad Green Sts I We furnish the home corn- plate on easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mir Sates Dept 17 AGENTS WANTED Agents wanted everywhere to sell our beautiful line of Sacred Pic tUle Catholic Fruit and Flower Oleographs for framing and 1I0- teardeYou can earn a5 dally Import DlBtrlbutlBg Company SWeat arty leond street New York City II CASUALTY INSURANCE co II t 101 H ofot 1 t 1 Jot J Z II Z t U I t tZit Uo+ Sol toJooJot 111 U t H II t HERMAN STRAUS tSONS g FOURTH AVCNUt wcaPBffAreO MARKET STREET We Give and Redeem I ProfitSharingCertificates Oft cc J3i1D 8TAJIP + The Only Stamp Witha Cash Value PROFITSHARI G CERTIFICATES have a cash value at our store of 10cents per page or 12 12 cents per page in me chandise which is equivalent to 200 in cash or 20 in merchandise for every 100 purchase But yoW do not have to wait until your purchases amount i to 100 as we redeem a single full page of PR FIT SHARING CERTIFICATES I PROFITSHARING GPRTIFICATES will be issuedon charge purchaseshen bills are paid on or before the 10th of the follow ng month W14IX t t 101 ++ ++011 J +01 + I i oi I j 59 Years nd I Your Money Guarded On Interestf The interest and all that a part of your weekly I earnings would soon amount to in this safe old daysforgood paying investment or start you in a business of your own Bring ua regularly a part of your earnings and I we will pay you interest on it compoundedevery six months until you are ready to use it faithfullyt isafeguarding the peoples money andwe offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky- A dollar deposit starts you Begin today It it what you save that counts German Insurance Bank 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd HC Walbedr Pre A P Winkle Vice Pre- s1cRoh1crtCasMer EdmnndRappAutGoh John E Huhn Mgr Savings Dept KRECTORSHemyAImrtedt Chat Scholtz It Alfred Struck Edvr F Peter Ceo Kopmeier Henry CWJbeelc AP Winker K1tJfJ FREE THIS WEEK HALF DOZEN FINE SHERBET GLASSES GIVEN AWAY WITH 11 Lb NEW BLEND Tea 60c Best FK tot TH Try IL TIle COM RttitfC JOHN M MULLOY Neal Pheei Issa a1M WW 1WIARXBXTHX JI t U iittetitimp it t at8tDXtltttttalf t 1 r a i I 7 ENTUOKY IRI 9H AMERICAN II HOME PHONE BBGUllnn L j123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 East Main StreetI W+otJo I I JIII 1 I I JoH1ISIJ + I1 1 + THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 1221 WEST MARKET ST i oJll J I oJ 11 1 11 + 1010 I 1 11 MIHMHH bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETm TELEPHONE 810 fitFf7 ti HbTili H hNtF1 i DOUGHERTY McELLIOTI 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and BOTH IPHOISTBJS Embalmerd Climb Main 2008a IH 1 +HuI 1 +++oJJo 1 J 1 1 101 1 I 1 OL- DFORTUNArBOIIRBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 11 II I I 1 I oIU 1 111 I JI I I 1 InJ 11111 I IS II 11 Z I J I J I I J I 1 I I I 1 I FINBl WINES AL K1OLB AGNJUSII 3 West Green Street i LIQUORSOIQAB+010011 11H 101 I I oI + oy f DRJd T CHAWK iti Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 2399YTelipbwwsCumli S 299i Home City BE cm SURE TO CALL FOR I MCKENNA I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield fix All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and sec us 1 HERRMANN BROS liPOJrTBU PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dktillen and Wholesale Deal en la Finest Brandt of Ken tvcky WhllkJeavcla- UyPearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tdeeieu 1t4 2IUtXlllITIIET BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PftdMes 223 11111 year toy eta edawrttos that will ynyan flew fox life ST rXAVIERS COLLEGE lia If Br 4twy Lean rffieVXr erothraCiaMaa4 Lars HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnc the Paot WeekOeneral- News Notes Ohio reports a slight loss In membership for the year 1912 Philadelphia Hibernians realized 1800 from their recent field day Over 35000 men and women attended the ninth annual reunion otI the Ancient Order In Pittsburgh The Philadelphia County Bonrt has granted the petition for the organization of a division in German townIndianapolis Hibernians have decided to hold their Irish day celebration on August 14 the eve of Lady daySince the first of the year thel Ladles Auxiliary of Wllllamspoi Pa has increased Its membership sixtythreeDivisions 2 and 9 of Elizabeth N J held a Joint initiation and received twentyfive candidates rto membershipMrs Arthur State President has completed the auxiliary at Gary Ind which started with twenty three charter members There will be but one meetlr next week =that of Division 4 on Monday night All members who can are urged to attend Division 43 ot Pittsburgh recently organized has been makin good During a period of tire months ninety members wore se curedNew York Hibernians have secured Sulzers Harlem River lark for their summer nights festival on August 2 It will be a great Irish night for the united divisions County President John A Hughe and the Hibernians of Mobile Ala are doing things Last week one af the grandest meetings in the history of Division 1 of that city was held when thirtyeight candidate were received into the order and twentynine more applications wer submitted UI TO FANS The long and successful ahsenc ot the Colonels has made the heart ot the fans grow fonder and fron present indications and interest Scllpse Park next Thursday will has thl banner week day crowd of Its Career for a single game Many an ot tho opinion that our publicity leagues and commercial bodici should endeavor to give the boys n rousing welcome on that day with nusic parade and other embellishments as the old town has beet given countless advertling all over the circuit by their splendid record Owner Wathens aggregation 111Lt proven their worth as an advertising Tedium if nothing else and the hnll and nonfans alike should show thou appreciation by big attendances ai the park during the coming homo lay Loulsvlllo will play at Toledo gain today and tomorrow and then drift to Indianapolis for a three days 8tay opening hero with Columbus next Thursday POPES AM THE JEWS In connection with the recent ntlJewlsh outbreak In Russia it IIs well to recall the attitude of Pop Ixtus V toward the Jews In an age of almost universal religious Intolerance Like the present Pope ellce Peretti was of lowly origin the son of a poor gardener He was inde Pope in 1585 and his practt cat reforms are strikingly suggestive of Pius X The Jews were being t1wutM very generally Ninr ltelapsed since they wereyears Baste anished tto vlet Switzerland One of thelest acts ot Sixtus was to censure mosEW erely the method of the politico lachlno known as Uie Spanish In- quisitionat that time under the ontrol of Philip II He abolished aU statutes against the Jews that had been enacted in the territory under his jurisdiction allowing thorn to njoy the free exerclso of their re igloo and to settle and trade jt very city In the Papal dominion livllly and politically he placed thorn on an equal footing with the rest of- hllr subjectsprocuring for thom igbts in the administration ot justice and required for them an un heard of thing outside the Papn ominlon only their proportionate hare of taxes FONTAINE FERRY Fontaine Ferry Park is putting its best forward these hot days and the rellult is that the crowds there have eon larger than ever before Manager llger has left nothing undone that would Increase the happiness of the Ferry patrons and his vaudeville entertainment drives away all thought o hot weather The Irresistible de Ught of a cool plungo in the swim ruing pool and the Natlello free bam concerts also hefp the attendance JEFFERSONTOAVN The congregation of St Edwards hurch at Jeffersontown of which tho Rev Theo H Reverman IIn pastor will give a grand picnic and supper at Oechsjlns Grove on the aylorsvllle road on August 12 Great preparations are being made for this affair and an invitation is extend d the city people to be there and enjoy the feast VISITING IHS PARENTS Rev Sylvester Ahlhaus O MC a- boy of St Peters parish Is here from Grand Rapids Mich to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Ahlhaus 1617 Garland avenue and he the guest of Father Edmund Kaiser 0M 0 Father Ahlhaus who Iswe11- known here has been for eevera i years at St Anthonys cburchlal Grind Rapids where Father Jerome relseer who spent mcny years here att St Peters la now pastor WILL TAKE RH8T Rev Edmund Kaiser 0 M 0 who ha been doing phenomenal work atI paBtOr of St Peters urohnntH- ntl1 and Garland avenue will teat moathtake sv vacntlori and visit UI ime in Phllad lplilt j q r FOR DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST- SOCIETYDIRECTORY AO H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays TarpyViceRecording Secretary Walter Ci ickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far tell TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDe mottSentinelJohn Keane- DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oa- kPresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurorJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentlnlThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice PresidentJohn M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P riceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes lion 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 anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergoantatArms Thomas Far elL Sentinel M J McDermott y NrLc MACKIN COUNCIL 205- leets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn onSecond Vice PresidentJohn J Lyna Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harr rr Kibbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Grat r SAFEGUARDS 1 HT1 HOOD The question is often raised with more or less respect why the Cath slic church does not admit the deaf to her priesthood It Is a profound ubject on which volumes might he written but a few thoughts here may throw light on the question It hould be kept In mind from the bn Inning that the rites and cere monies of the venerable Catholic hurch are vastly different from hose of modern churches UPI anguage and ritual have come down he ages from the time of the caU tombs of Rome from the times of he Apostles and of Christ This act Is undeniable She will never hangs her ritual and language fdl hey are inseparably interwoven vith the faith and they show forth her apostolic antiquity to succeeding generations Hence she guards them with the utmost watchfulness and ealousy against any change of alterations even on the part of her clergy Her rules therefore for the admission of candidates to the priesthood are ery particular and exacting and his not only with a view to the maintenance of her ritual but also to preserve the dignity and sanctity other priesthood Together with her rules she had lain down certain inhibitions called irregularities rhich exclude thp unfit and the unworthy from the office of the priesthood An Irregularity lp defined aq a canonical Impadlment directly Impeding the reception of tonsure and holy orderS Among the number of regularities are blindness total eafness and some other defects and deformities However it should be toted that after all these are only regularities not essentialities and cases may arise whore they may be dispensed or overruled provided tho ubstantlal office of the priesthood caJ be fulfilled Thus If a blind min- Is able to learn the doctrines of the hurch memorize and observe the lies and ceremonies if the deaf mute is able to fit himself in other respects and also to utter the words sential to the administration of the acraments then it in possible for thmt9 be admitted to the priest hood Tho church Rivet the Pet beolute Jurtadictlen In the matter WORRYING Xverybody seems to be worrylat wee mmnya Inap ndlng fate ea- apt ObarlM T Murphyaad1lSi anauny brtw r rRar KN1GOTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interesl Members Here and elsewhere I Coos Bay Ore has now a councn instituted last Sunday Right Rev Bishop Hald Is a charter member of the new council at Ashevllle N C Supreme Agent Moriarty is now visiting the councils In lInnesota and the Northwest The Supreme Council hac grant d the petition for the consolidation ot the two Syracuse councils Preparatory for its big Labor day initiation the council at Columb Ohio has reduced the initiation Ife from 25 to 15 The Master of the fourth degi for tho Kansas jurisdiction an nounces that the next exemplification will take place October 12 In KaUdI CityWisconsin Knights are holding a retreat at St Francis Seminary In Milwaukee Opened with mass ye terday morning tho closing exer elms take place tomorrow night OklahomaArkansas Knights w1li have their fourth degree exemplification on October 12 and their Columbus day celebration the next day These will be big days for Colu blanlsm The sermon in the Boston Cathedral preceding the opening of tho national convention will be preachd by the Right Rev Bishop Anderson one of the most eloquent pulpit orators of the archdiocese Oklahoma City Council has organized a thirtytwo piece band each member of the band being a Knlp ht of Columbus and this band w1ll make its first public appearance on October 12 at El Reno and will als participate In the celebration of Columbus day SUMMER SCHOOL The third summer session of the Teachers College at the Cathol University of America which is now in progress surpasses in attendant And enthusiasm the sessions of 1911 and 1912 At present almost 400 students are enrolled of whom 371 are Sisters and twentyfour are I1Y teachers These lie drawn froIt thirty States of the Union and various parts of Canada According to the figures already compiled but cot yet complete the religious ref resent twentysix different communities who come from fortyell iioceses of the United States and Canada The Sisters of Mercy arc in the majority of those in resident on the university grounds Whe Cardinal Gibbons visited this summer school last week ho expressed his delight at witnessing the Increased number bf students in Ilt endance and warmly encouraged the Sisters and lay teachers In thplr tudies FAMILY SOCIAL For the benefit of St Philip NerliJ hurch a lawn fete and family social rill be held on the church ground Floyd and Woodbine next Tuesday and Wednesday Tickets of admission are only ten cents and for the lolders there will be a number ot handsome prizes There will be Bott and tender refreshments and special nusic for the young folks For a11 who attend there will be a pleasant vening SAVED FROM FLAMES Fire that broke out in an ad- joInIng house Wednesday morning for a time threatened the buildki and saloon occupied by Pat Donnell at Seventeenth and Bank streets Thp Ire communicated to thE roof of hir mlldlng and burned fiercely out he firemen kept the flames confine to the upper portion which was quite sadly damaged RAILROAD EXCURSION olio Knights of America Tho Cat forge a midsummer excursion have arran to Jnor Ind over tb Southern ratlwaon Sunday Aug ustn The Exentive Commtttp Is headed by Denuse Charles Vnd Charles1111 William Meehan will be Faile arrangementEvery 1 h made for a pleasant time nndTq expected that about a thousand p pie will make the trip SEEiaNQ DIVORCE Charles E Heavrin Bull Moos andidate for County Assessor wa sued by his wife Minnie G Heavrli for divorce Tuesday morning in the CIrcuit Court Mrs Heavrin m uses her husband of cruel treatmvu and charges that on several occasion he kicked and beat her They remarried Juno 2 1906 and live at 708 Bardstown road- COVINGTON Rev Father Ahmann pastor of St Aloysius church at Covington wll leave August 2 with a party of tout Ints for Yellowstone National Park This will be an excellent opportunll or seeing the wonderful scenery 0- 1the Golden Valley Father Hllli rand of Bvansvllle will be one 0 the clergymen accompanying Fath hmann PADUOAH Miss Mary Ellen Sheehan an Fred G Kelly well known resident ot Paducah wore united in marrlag OIt Tuesday by the Rev leather Hear A Connolly pastor of St Frances dales church The groom is a popula mploye of the Illinois Central Rail sad Company FATTIER RYAN OHOBEN Rev John A Ryan professor a- St Paul Seminary author ot A Lh Ing Wage and prominent lecture on economical and sociological que ions has been eleot member of th Executive Committee of the Nations Conference of Charities and Correc ions The conference was held a eattfle and next year will meet i1 MmpM All mktrtal1 that ilclrWI fo- this toll will be abort FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO 1 ILOIJISVILLE1I OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE YYa Climb Phone West 91ornePhone 1913 w lIIE WIEDEMANNr nWORFOAATED BREWING COMPANYS 1l l 1 Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent ftoi ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BJEWINUii INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordtf a Case for Your Home t TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewer 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOmSVHLE KY NOW SOLD IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME JOHN F OERTEL CO i INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY Special Notice to Altar Societies We havo on hand a large and exclusive line of Altar Alb and Sur Alice Laces Wo have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think ing of purchasing the atavo soon it will 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 We also carry a full line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for Samples ROGERS tihu O o s Company 4 18 Wjg5fERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Homof Church Goods SIMPLY CHAR 1 AND SO VERY CHEAP 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers Cityl of Louisville City of Cincinnati One ot the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 11 mo goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY50c I FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N W Corner Fourth and Jeffe- rsonHBOSSESON r funeralUirectorsan4 dSio Ill ILMl Au8il iTldi i iTirialtl j THE 2 AVORITEto- f LoatsTlIlef Particular Smoker TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equalIn quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY Cj CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS 3 have just received fivedaarx loads oonuments ranging a price from7O0 to 20000 an4 which we can glat a bargain Before purchasing ase given a call at our warerooms 318311- West Oreen St New Muldoon Monument CIr CB THOMPSON FLORISTISONIST ONE STORm Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AV3DNUK BothTelepha lose All orders receive prompt att tMi and satisfaction jniarante d A Delightful Smoke PHONE CITY 2JIO Fox CLEOPATRA 1S OONDOLAt-sx I IOMEOK x 221 clay at a L 1 1ZciiS xi aIERXOA1It tU11STUO J I JohnHBuschemeyer FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Demo cratic Party Do You Realize What= Nicks Green Label= Means to You double premium value at If not listen It means GREEN TRADING ST AMP for our store or one each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one ProfitSharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET NICKS BREAD Its made Be sure and get under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co THE H B W STORE Should be in the mind of every housekeeper when they need Carpets Rugs and Draperies Our Market street location makes it possible to sell the Highest Class Goods at most moderate prices We know that you can do better at our store if you look for good merchandise Hubbuch Bros Wellendorf 522524 WEST MARKET STREET NOt uFOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t A For Your Furniture Want I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best IGREENEI11101 I I I I t I I 101 U tel J 1 + 111 JolU 11i1M4 1o111 I 11 HN9WIS BETTER THAN I WHEN GS i STOVES Sold 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 LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY I T T T T t t 111 t 1III+ +01 1 II I I AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent- We do mote and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BTI1PUONEsj4IJoNTHIRD STv n CHARLES H KNIGHT JOHN ES PFLANZ CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTYSIXTH DISTRICT Subject to the Action ol the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 I VOTE FOR George SchlegeFOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGEB I Candidate For RRIfttlnn Foru p COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2- HARRYCNEHAN 1913 Candidate For ReEltct Ion CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 I 1913 Primary August 2 1913 J Russet Gr ainerCandidate F6r ReElection SUVEYORJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party t Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE FOR 1 CORONERX I Subject to Action Democratic Party r BEN SCHULMAN CANDIDATE FO- RNlAGISTRATE SIXTH MAMSTEMML DISTRICT CMNN W tfftrtl fiE SWfc Mi Sew WMk 8ubJMt to Action of Via DwoeraUe arts r Candidate For HeEleolon JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election Vugust 2 191- 3JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COUR1 Subject to the Action of the Democratic partyA M EltILER I CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you four years at Sheriff and If you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it WILLIAM E HOLLEY p CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Del110CrawParb rIHENRrETCRAWFORD 1 CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEThird Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party I Fred T Heffernan CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMANTWELFTH Voted For city at Large Subject to Action of Democratic Party Wm M DullyCAN- DIDATE FO- RLEGISLATURE Fiftyfirst Legislative District I Rpvealh ant Twesth Wade SubjMt to AoUok of thi limper Ue 4111y fl I r f P S RAY Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 7 IQEO w BERRY CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEEig- hth Magisterial District Composed of thIS Elev enth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13ANDREW M SEA kFOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election august 2 1913 VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENEF- OR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG O JyGN9NAN CANDIDATE F- ORSHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic PartyChas C Foster CANDIDATE FOR JAIJJERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas W Milliken CANDlDATEFO- RCITY TREASURER Subject to Action of the Democratic Party I have p red you for tour years M JUyTx fteeelver and being lHallglble to Buoe ed myself am of forlaj for Olty TrtMwrpt 7 t LISTEN= = iig Cut Price Sale of Clothing in Full Swing 2500 MENS AND YOUNG 22 50 MENS SUITS 2000 CUT TO 1450 Now is the time to buy trousers We are selling fine orated Trousers at about cost of material We hope that you will not overlook this sale when you tart down town to buy clothing Cunning Lewis Brotzge NW COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON lenVi and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors VERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY 4Httimsmsa4vi TRY ITI ULL TIKE IT r FIVJ CENTS Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious Delightful and Refreshing in not Weather 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 has the most practical gas saving burner ever devised The Quick Mealis easiest to keep clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real mer- itGEHER SON 215 West Market St r E e Last Dollar II you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a uui SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED U twice a year There MAY COME a time whew your LAST DOLLAR t must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming I IKy Title Savings Bank and Trust Go I Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m lm JJ IT 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 CO IIJRutLouisville Ky Jeffereonville Ind Phone KS 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 TON 2000 POUNDS Home Phone City 3101 Carob South OOOy W M JIANHOff P BAHHOK JR L J VEEKEMAN PfM do MgT YkePres and Tress Swretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK- For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West MWSM Street WlrksMagltl An Ref9th iHIJ l TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE t21f2 a a- r