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PATRONIZE Sec dalii VOLUME XXXLNO 5 AUGUST 2 1913 PRICE FIVE CEN T PROCEEDING Are Preparations Necessary For Opening of the Ncjv Irish i Parliament Liberals Ignore Action of Lord Which Would Cause Delay Despite Ulster Threats Liberal andIrish Forces March Steadily THE NEW IRISH LAND BILL Relations between the House of Lords and the Commons are In the nature of a very remarkable historIc curiosity at the present moment The Lords go on rejecting Liberal measures passed by the Commons and no body pays the least attention Virtually except for purposes of an noyance and delay the House of Lords might as well have ceased tc exist cables Hon T P OConnor M P The Lords followed up the rejection of the Irish and Welsh bills by rejecting the plural voting bill and while the Lords are thus reas serting their claims to the old omnipotence which the Parliament act was supposed to destroy Carson reviews armed men in Ulster and makes further appeals for civil war Again nobody takes much notice and even the Tory papers are ceasing to report Carsons rather monotonous speechesOne must remember that underneath all this superficial quietude movements are going on which must lead to a fierce crash when the ap pointed hour comes The Lords de clare publicly and privately that they are determined to use their small remaining powers to the utter most regardless of consequences but consequences must come all the same Never were the Liberals more angry and determined than during the last two weeks and Carsons Insolent speeches Joined to Lans downes insolent acts are leading up to such an outburst next year of democratic fury as will make the sweeping away of the whole House of Lords the first plink of the LibI eral p Another andd more Mospeeches the rei1 extraordinary revivification of Liberal Ism in the House of Cefnmons and oven more in the country The best proof of this is the restoration of LloydGeorge to his old place as first favorite with the English masses Restored to health and good spirits LloydGeorge is himself again and approaches the opening of his new land campaign with almost bungrY delight in the battle Meantime preparations in all the preliminaries necessary for the nom ination of the new Irish Government and the opening of the new Irish Parliament are proceeding quietly Even the dates are provisionally fixed and unless there is some big accident or the House of Lords in sists on using the policy of obstruc tion and delay Redmond will be nominated Prime Minister of Ireland In July and the Irish Parliament will meet in the month of December next yearA new and big Irish land bill in troduced this week will probably play a momentous part in the final settlement and in fprclng acceptance of home rule Onethird of the Irish landlords who have not sold are of fared a last chance of getting their money while the tenantry will be enabled also to buy farms on much easier terms than under Wyndhams act The most remarkable provls ion however of this new bill is uni rersal compulsion on both landlords and tenants to come to terms This provision affects Ulster more than any other province as more land lords there still refuse to sell their lands and already the effects that Blrrell anticipates in this province in favor of this proposal are revealing themselves Birrell Is receiving a vote of thanks from Ulster Presby terian farmers and his measure puts the final wedge between Carson and these farmers who will not sacrifice their chances through this bill for buying their lands cheap for uncertainties and the perils of civil warn other provinces in Ireland the farmers are rejoiced at this pros pect of becoming owners of their lands at smaller prices than ever All good Irishmen hall with relief tho prospects of closing forever the land war before the meeting of the Irish Parliament Despite the eagerness of everybody for an end of tho peculiarly laborious session we shall have an active political autumn LloydGeorge will be carrying the fiery oross of land reform over England and prepara tions are being made tai an equally active campaign on homo rule The leading Cabinet Ministers already have promised to make several speeches and the Irish leaders will Join in at their request Irish speak ers being now more popular figures at English gatherings than even the most prominent English Liberals Thus in spite of promises of civil war by Ulster threatened rowdyism in the House of Commons and the douse of Lords arrogant obstinacy the Liberal and Irish forces march OB steadily EBDBnATldX CONVENTION 1 The twelfth national CatholicAirier n dntJo bf I a KENTUCKY IRISU AMERICAN 11oUl1waukee i r I will be the celebrant of the high mass at the Cathedral and Archbishop 1 Keane of Dubuque will preach the sermon For months past Archbishop I Messmer and the clergy and Citizens of Milwaukee have been engaged In making preparation for this convention in the hope that It will equal the one held in Loulsvil last year At the same time the na tlonal convention of Catholic iwome will be held Following tho adjournment of the Federation the Catholic Press Association will hold Its third annual convention whit will be in session for two days FORESTERS CONVENTION After months of hard work thEl local members of the Catholic Orde of Foresters have everything in god shape for the twentyfirst biennial convention of the order which wll be held at the Seelbach next Tues day Wednesday and Thursday The committees appointed to look afte the various arrangements and de tails of the entertainments sub muted complete reports at the meet- Ing of Central Chapter on Wcdnes day morning A solemn high maR on Tuesday at 9 oclock at the Cathedral evil be the opening cere mony of the convention At 11 oclock the convention will be formally opened with addresses of wel rome by the Right Rev Bishop Dent ODonaghue Lleut Gov E J McDermott Mayor W O Head ant Camden R McAtee Over 300 dele gates have signified their Intention of attending the conventionI and au equal number of ladles and visitors are expected Also all of the past chief officers of the organization will be In attendance The social features Include a barbecue at Spring Bank Park on Tuesday even ing an automobile ride and soiree at Fontaine Ferry on Wednesday with a moonlight excursion Thurs day night as the final In spite of the torrid weather one of the best attendances of the year was present at the meeting of Davis ten 4 A O H on Monday evening In Bertrand Hall and much enthusiasm was manifested In the coming picnic under tho auspices of the County Board County President W J Connelly was present and urged the members to take advan tage of the provision which Allows the divisions and the Ladies Aux Diary to keep the receipts of all tickets sold this being a splendid opportunity for each to fatten their respective treasuries President Joh- ndYtosl19dsJi IL ny- r j 3 i homas Farrell and Bernard Muldoon to serve as the Picnic Committee rom the division Michael Ward and Patrick Mangan were reported AI the sick list by the Visiting Com nlttee BARBECUE A SUCCESS Tho barbecue and fish fry of the Spring Bank Club on Thursday and Friday of last week was lit unqualified success despite the showers of he first day There were all kinds of amusements on the Midway and II number of popular booths One of the moat popular of these was the me where ladles bartered away homo made cakes and whore there was an interesting contest for tho hreefoot high and handsomely decorated calve donated by Col Andy vast A feature that attracted much merest was Policeman John Kellys trim across the river accompanied by John Tully the old lifesaver and ho distance contests by Loulsvllls leading swimmers Tho meats the burgoo and the fish were enjoyed by thousands and the verdict won hat Col Whallen and theSpring lank Club lead when it comes to his form of entertainment CELEBRATING ANNIVERSARY Under the direction r of the Right Rev Louis S Walsh Bishop of Por- ttd the three hundredth anniversary of the first celebration of the holy sacrifice of the mass in the tate of Maine will be observed with nagnltlcent ceroraonles at Bar Harbor next Wednesday Among the noted clergy who will be present wl11 be the Most Rev John Bon ano the Papal Delegate for whom the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus will act as a special guard ot honor The Bishops and clergy ott the Eastern States will attend this celebration in large numbors CQUNTY BOARD PICNIC The Cpunty Board A 0 H and the Ladles Auxiliary will give their nnual picnic and reunion at Phoenix rill Park on Tuesday August 26 Mid County President W J Connelly has appointed tho following Commit too of Arrangements Thomas W 1arpy James Welsh John Maloney and John J Barry the committee rom the ladles to be announced later This annual Hibernian affair Is considered one of the most en- Joyable of the summer events and a banner throng Is expected to be at he popular East End park on that late A splendid concert and danc- Ing programme is being arranged lonslstlng of the good old fashioned Ilrs that aro always popular COUNTRY HOME BURNED The family of Oharles KIemenz he well known architect and con ractor living near Pewee Valley had narrow escape from death by Sire unday night when names of uh mown Origin destroyed their restl eaee and private dancing pavilion rhe fire was discovered by Mrs ilnjenzI who awakened her huabiind Ie carried their three small children ton apIac dt safety and notmded the L U n n i 7 alarm Neighbors responded prompt i and formed a bucket brigade savIng only the adjoining property Mr Klemenzs lose is estimated at over 12000 lUG DAY FOR ALL Rev Father Fitzgerald and tho committees in charge of the picnic of St Leos congregation to be held In Highland Park next Wednesda afternoon and night have determined to make this years outing the biggest and best in the history of the parish They claim they oWe It to the patrons for it IB the big event and people from all parts of the city turn out for the day and a good share of the night and enjo the fresh air and cooling breezes Euchre and lotto will begin at 231 oclock and in addition there wll be refreshments and amusements of all kinds and a sumptuous country dinner Prizes of great value wll be awarded both tlcketpholders and players There will bo something doing every mlnuto and none should miss this chance of having a good time Mark down the date August 6 cancel all other engagements and take the Secondstreet oars for Highland Park This outing will greatly promote the formation ol new friendships and should easily attain glorious results FAVORS TELEPHONE MERGER Mayor Head has under way a movement that would end the troubles heretofore existing between the telephone companies and their subscribers which has the Indorse ment of the business public The Cumberland offers to settle its de linquencies here but Mayor Head Is working for a merger of the two companies with a view of relieving subscribers of the necessity of readying double toll While not to commit himself Mayor Head said Wednesday that he was devoting a great deal of time to the telephone proposition and merger Among other things he is looking into tele phone franchises in other cities in order that he may become thor oughly informed relative to rates When asked what he thought the rates should be in case a merger IsI effected he repllqd that In his opinion the rates should be lower than those charged at present by the Cumberland Company He said he would not favor a merger without a franchise with the same provisions for safeguarding tho public against high rates and poor service as are contained in the franchise under which gas and electricity is being sold in Louisville HUMANE DEMAND cal Zt hates have suffered more than those nien who have been forced to wear coats while at work This Is especially rue of the clerks in stores and business houses street car conductors md motormen and many others hero Is a growing sentiment In avor of a change that would illralnate the coat during the heated erm Humane people point to the otter carriers as an example who make a good appearance without oats Hundreds have requested hat the Kentucky Irish American all attention to this subject and irge employers to grant their suf ering men this concession SENT FRIENDS TURK Some two years ago while shoot- Ing grouse on the mountains near its old home place in Ireland James thompson the widely known Louls rllle distiller picked up a turf used for fuel and brought it homo with slur as a souvenir So many of his friends asked for a piece that he lad his brother In Ireland ship him some and these he Is sending but by parcel post To many theae souvenirs wilt no doubt bring buck to hind many Irish scenes and pleasant memories Mr Thompson leaves for reland next week to be gone until September EXCURSION During the past week contracts were signed and final arrangements completed for the excursion to Jas ver Ind over the Southern rall road under the auspices of the Cath tic Knights of America on Sunday August 31 Already several hun red have expressed their intention of taking the trip which Chairman len Kruse and the Executive Com mIttee say will be an enjoyable one The people of Jasper have become nterested and wll give the visitors a cordial welcome LEAVES LARGE FAMILY Sympathy deep and wide Is felt tor the husband and children ftf Mrs Frank C Laughlln who died at Mt Sterling on Wednesday after a long illness Mrs Laughlin was a devoted companionable wife to her husband arid a tender watchful pother to her large family of children She was a devout Catholic and was held in high esteem by all who knew her Mrs Laughlin was the sister of John M Kelly and Mrs James Taulbee of Lexington ORPHAN PICNIC One of the biggest annual events In local Catholic circles is the picnic for St Josephs German Orphanage In Crescent Hill which will be held this year on the grounds on August 19 The grounds will be beautifully laminated and every known plcnk ittractlbn will be in operation pa the Severest t scale An excellent concert and will render popular selections both afternoon aid evening Joseph khlldt President haa the Commlttef Chairmen under hla charge ud if- iaktng good progrew with the at anieoieaU c J +++e smateaexe + w wwvw COMING EVENTS Ladles of St Johns churcQu Lawn fete August 06 Bar rett and Brecklnridgo- St Leos church Picnic on church grounds August 6 St Peters ChurchOuting- at Spring Bank Park August 6 Jeffersontown Picnic and supper for St Edwards church August 12 St WllllamsrFesttval and detective contesj on church grounds August 1213 St Josephs Orphanage An nual picnic on Orphanage grounds August 9 Retail Grocor rOuUng and baby show Fontaine Ferry Park August 20 St Michaels Church Pic nic at Spring Bank Park August 20 Church of Our LadyLawn fete church grounds Thirty fifth and Rudd August 2627 Knights of ColumbusOutI- ng and picnic Fern Grove August 21- Trinity CouncilExcursion via 31 lea to nlCatholic ri 4N we++Mtis ssslm i PRIMARY Election Today Furnishes Contests in the Democratic Ranks Herald has Already XamcU Ax ton to Lead Progressive Party Charley Knight Looks Like One Best Bet h Senatorial =Race lALL ARE GIVEN FAIR PLAYS i Today marks the first holding of a primary election under the new and a heavy polled all over the Stage ally motor the Demo I ea I l or 1iInatlon being especially pleasing to tho rank and file af the party and the men chosen in this manner are sure to receive the hearty support of all party factions Locally there Is very little Interest outside of the Democratic nominations as the HeraldAxton crowd have everything rramed up against Prank Roichert In the Progressive party although the latters popularity has been attested to many times while on tho other hand Axton Is hardly known outside of the tobacco breaks his money barrel being the open sea same to control of the HeraldPro gressive machine Seevral rattling good contests are expected In the Democratic races the list of contested offices being as ollowsFor Police Judge Samuel J Boldrlck Delos B Rogers For Clerk of Police CourtCarl Sennlng Harry C Kenan Joseph M Keyer William Eo Holley Alf V Dldham For City TreasurerCharles W Mllllken Adolph Schmltt For County JudgeMuir Wels jlnger Samuel W Greene For County Assessor Frank J Schuster Joseph E Timmons A M tinier George Schlegel For Coroner H E Mechling Sills Duncan For County SurveyorJ RuEsoll tames Robert Hi Young For Jailer Charles C Foster John PPflanz- For Councllmon Fourth ward Jerome King Al Rosenberg john Vogt For Councilmen Twelfth ward Thomas Dolan Richard Whltty Fred T Heffernan Edward Coon For State Senator Thlrtyslxlb llstrict Charles H Knight Will am Boson For Representative Fortyfourth district John Dreschor Edward C toyFVFor Representative Fortyseventh Jlstrlct William J Kuh Tl A Plannelly For Magistrate First district Urn G Sturgeon Robert 0 Dprsey For Magistrate Second district Charles C Whoeler Charles W 1albott Joseph P Stephens Charles Tr Fegenbush For Magistrate Third districtH D Robb Johnlf Ferrlng Henry B CrawfordFor Fourth district Joseph Muennlnghoff W L Weller For Magistrate Sixth district E B Yeager pen Schulmnn For Magistrate Eighth district lC A McDonald W W Bowman leers a W Berry For Constable Second district J W Floore Phil T German Jr For Constable Third district J L Warren Davis Brabson Frank A Shultz Charles P TTlsher For Constable Fifth district1l1y- ard Qulno Sr William R Stelten tamp For Constable Sixth dtstrlctrJ fl Roberts John C Straub John rr SullivanFor Seventh district Sdward Barrett Joseph A Murta For Constable Eighth district t aCalIoway Jamwi Duddy At rtB lHackel A B KUkelly Al- B Darrftgn In the race for State Senator 1 Thirtysixth district Charles F Knight former Representative appears a sure winner his opponent being handicapped with the support of Dan OSulllvan who out of touch and out of harmon with the local Democracy aspires ito help select a standardbearer for the Democrats dn November The underhanded methods used to faunMr Knight will only servo to In crease his majority as Democracy 1h not in sympathy with tho circulator of anonymous literature Billy Kuh the only former city Representative with a contest today I a Is big favorite and will win In a common canter as the turf critics all In spite ol the assertions of the Progressive party organ the Herald the Democratic Committee has pursued a handsoff policy In all the primary races Chairman Frank Mc Grath guaranteeing fair play and 3 square deal to every candidate and in return deserves the hearty sup port and cooperation of winners and losers alike in the campaign now beginning CLIFF HAVEN With more than 600 people now sojourning on the beautiful grounds at Cliff Haven the Catholic Summer School Is preparing for a banner month of August Never before In the history of the institution has so much Interest been manifested in all the varied fields of summer school activity as Is now being evidenced The lectures are dan crowded with eager and enthusiastic audiences the dances were never so popular card parties never so well attended and with all this the rapid succes sion of athletic events and tourna ments makes life one continuous whirl of healthful wholesome amusement The family gathering Sunday evening drew to the nudl iorlum a crowd which taxed the seat Ing capacity of the building Nearly c every person on the groundswas J present when the opening number I was rendered The prosvsmmo for J the evening was a long and variedJJ ne full of music entertainment md Instruction During the week t ectures were delivered by RevI Jornellus J Clifford Rev Charles I 3ruehl Dr William Henry Ather ton Prof William F Hirschmann I and Miss Katherine Dalr I UNITED IRISH LEAGUE I The National Executive Committee I o f the United frlsh League will meet t In Boston this Sunday to arrange a rogramme of final rallies In allI parts of this country during the nextJJ sven months to encourage the Irish I Parliamentary party by letting the English people know that the Irish In America have lost none of their merest ln home rule Where Is yet J u+ iboMrafied tocon3ldctsit blerpartotlt- he jlpOjOOO pledged by this couri try last year and the Executive Com ilttee will devise a plan of obtain Ing the remainder as well as map- pIng out a programme of mass meetings to be conducted in every ity In the country The Irish race In this country Is requested by Na ional President Michael J Ryan of hiladelphla to help In a financial way to bear some of the burdens ofJJ the old struggle The money thatii Isi subscribed is used In the propaI anda maintained throughout the fDrlUsh empire The campaign of ander carried on by a miserable fac tlon of the Irish people and the ap peals to ignorance and bigotry must be met with the weapons of truthII anit the vllliflers of the people must be answered In meeting In pamphlet and through the press DUTY CATHOLIC OWES t Catholics when they go to the I ballot box as American citizens should consider only the fitness of I the candidates for the places they c tekand should vote for the best man says the Catholic Herald To c vote for a man because he Is a Cnth ollc when you know that he Is notcc the man for the place Is being dls I loyal to your duty as av citizen and not even complying with your duty as a Catholic because every Catholic should be and must be If he would be a true Catholic a loyal and con tentious citizen of the nation to which he belongs SAIL NEXT WEEK Miss Marie OBrien and Edward J- ODrlen Jr leave next Wednesday for New York and three days later will soil qn the Imperator for an extended to rof Europe Their rother James G OBrien who has been studying abroad will Join thorn att Cherbourg and after touring Norway and Sweden and Denmark Mist IBrlen wll go to be the guest of Madame Gustavo Perejre at her bateau in France for an indefinite star KENTUCKYS DELEGATES Col P H Callahan Grand Knight ottt Louisville Council and delegate from the State at large State Deputy Frank P ODonnell of Maysvllle and Past State Deputy James 0 Rogers ofr Lexington have departed for Dos ton where they will represent Ken icky at the national convention of tho Knights of Columbus Past State Deputy Robert Watson accompanied rand Knight Callahan BLESSED STATUE Last Sunday morning the Rev other Mark blossed a beautiful tatue of the Sacred Heart in St auls church at Pleasure RIdge he statue was recently presented it his suburban parish which la eteadllj rowing 4 SPLENDID ALMANAC St Antonys Almanac for tW ear 1914 iwraed by the Francises Athena of the province kU reach tin paper It is splendid yearly o publication in which is contained all necessary information in memos anda and calendar matter as well as an abundance of wholesome instructive and interesting reading Apart from its literary value St Antonys Almanac should appeal to every Catholic who has at heart the spread of Gods kingdom on rarth through the zerl and labors of tin priesthood The price Is twontyflv cents and copies may bo secured by addressing St Antonys Almanac Franciscan Monastery Paterson N J The profits accruing from its sale contribute to the education of young men who desire to become priests CROWDED AVITH KNIGHTS iBoston will bo crowded with Knights of Columbus next veel when the national convention of the order will be held In that city The gathering will be really ot ins Inter national character for there will be delegates present from Cuba Porto Rico Mexico and Canada as well as from every State and Territory of the United States representing a total membership on June 1 1013 of nearly 300000 men or to be exact 298906 devoted to their church and native land The gen eral features of the convention week programme will Include a reception to the incoming Knights a sail down tne harbor solemn high mass at the Cathedral of the Holj Cross busi ness meetings automobile drives and tho laying of the cornerstone of the new building of Mt Benedict Council at Lowevllle by Supreme Knight James A Flaherty The con- ventIon will close with a grand re eptlon and ball at the Hotel Somerset DEVOTION FOR AUGUST The special devotion for the month o August Is the Sacred Heart of lary This devotion Is a counterpart of the devotion io the Sacred Heart of Jesus Mary is our spiritual mother We became her children Then she suffered the excruciating torture witnessing her divine Son sing nailed to the cross Behold thy son Pehold thy mother WIth the first Jesus Imparted the spiritual maternity and also the upernatural love for us her chll dren We all have a place In her heart she feels for us all and the greater our needs and the more help loss we are the more does our condit ion appeal to her maternal heart Jullke our mother by nature she la 11ppwerful in her Intercession We never appeal to her in vain She is our life our sweetness our hope She is most powerful most faithful the refuge of sinners the help of Christians Blessed shall we ever be If we cultivate a most trusting a most loyal 0 most filial spirit to lary our spiritual mother LEAVING FOIt IRKLANI Miss Nora Browne sister of lessrs John Darflel and Edward Browne nd Mrs Daniel McKenna MrR Wren Mrs Callahan and Mrs irennan will leave next week for New York to visit friends and then san for Ireland to spend the remainder of the year with her parts In the fall she will be Joined biyI her brother John Browne and- re Brennan and Mrs McKenna who will accompany her back to loulsvllle Before returning the arty will visit all tho Irish cities and points of Interest ST JOHNS LAWN FETE I The ladles ot St Johns church will entertain with a lawn fete on- tbe grounds at the corner of Barrett Benue and Brecklnrldge streets next Tuesday and Wednesday and are arranging lor a euchre and lotto In connection with many handsome and unique prizes for the fortunate players The handsome lawn will be rllllantly lit and decorated for the occasion and an enjoyable evening Is promised to those who attend ARTISTIC PAINTING The Reichert Sign and Art ICom pany with Gen Michael Relohert for many years the leading painter lor- the Kentucky Wagon Company at Its- head has been formed and Is now ready for business Gen Reicherts ark has won for him a wide reputation the high standard of which will be maintained by the new company Those wanting signs of any- kind banners stage scenery bird- see views or Interior decorations areI Invited to give this company a trialI lUng up nome phone City A90i5 VICTIM OF TYPHOID Following a weeks illness of typhoid fever Miss MarlUna May I aged eighteen years died Tuesday I afternoon at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital She was thpgran daughter of William Nord 324 Chi apee avenue Highland Park and is survived by her father a sister Agnes May and two brothers Her aneral was held Tuesday from St Leos church Rev Father Fitzgerald conducting the solemn serves I DAme ON DUTY Chief Timothy Lehan of the fire apartment who fell and suffered a evere injury to his right leg while wing the Commercial Hotel on East arket street from the flames has fully recovered and is again on duty it fire headquarters FATHER WARDS RETURN Very Tier Father Felix Ward C- lformerly Passlonlst Provincial rill return from Ireland at the end f this summer For some time Father pard was stationed at the Sacred earn Retreat on theNewburg road nd ds won known in Louisville and entaeky t a 1111- WED PRINTI FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tike Office Tc Next Order i LOUISVILLE SATURDAY entertainmentE- NTHUSIASTIC nonep atonThompsoritlaw SHAMELESS Socialism and Free Love A Not Adverse to Each Other How a Candidate For GrovcViu Deserted Ills Wife and Boasted Confessed Publicly What tin Leaders of Socialists Tench J STARTLING PROOF IS SUPPLI The argument frequently advancnl l Cl 11 fostefreeargumentfrequently J IWhItnrgumentseasonthereattantionatlonthelatterwiththeof sex morality The candidate for Governor of the Socialisttickethas recently supplied a startling ifJtenUonloveiareIarxanMrnerous Socialist writers William A Yard one time preacher and Iit 912 candidate f9r Governor o MissourI was recently divorced b StLouismorality as expressed In letters presented by his wife In court are char clerlstlc of Socialist thopght and thlcs and should because of their rossly cynical nature and the rgpre WardboThe couple had separated in De andItcturlng twoblldrenUrs Ward this Socialist leader writes Now that the vltable the separation has ounrirhall be to me P- As to the matter of falthfulne to which you referred when I saw foulast I do not claim to be faith ful to you Under the circumstances Itt can hardly be expected and I shall franklyb1causenay draw whatever conclusion you like There meredisregard hithisban a brutally frank avowal of the m Socialistic doctrine of moral Irresponsibility under untoward outer Ircumstances and a shameless re accepteddivineEconomic determinism the ready r reuse that circumstances can be lamed for what the individual does riot care to bear responsibility for IA his sole excuse Says Ward a tho tame letter If my Irregular conduct seems rong It Is because pf impossible situations for which law and customs lake no provisions but only make worse eXilanatlonI bound to his wife although they had not been divorced when the letter was written He does not even pretend to be faithful and tells his wife BO And all he has to offer as rn explanation is unfavorable circumstances and the solo Intimation ot guilt Is expressed In the wordsHiti- y Irregular conduct seems wronV The force of the argument against Socialism In this Instance lies In the set that when Ward expressed these opibut confessed publicly what tho leaders of Socialism teach thereby exemplifying In practice the dangarpus effect of such principles And this man was no small fry Socialist ut his partys candidate for GJVr rnor of the Slate of Missouri What can you expect of a system that Justifies such action InI theory and In practice leads men to such ctlonsi GLAD HE IS BACK The many friends and patrons ot he Dougherty Lanning Coal Company are glad to see E J Mann gain presiding over the office desk tier a vacation that was most wel cme Mr Mann is one of the best natured men in the coal business i hose honest methods and affable tanner make him a valuable man for- nya coal company MACKIN COUNCIL Hot weather and tired feeling ac counts for the absence of many from Ihe meeting ot Mackin Council on Monday night which was lately outlne The outing given at towers Grove was a decided sue CeBlI and in the evening there true a c lathering much larger than ex lected Ever on the pro cartedramme was out and young and old appreciate the generosity of he Y M I and the Work 6f the ommlttoe who pulled oft a number if unlocked for iurprt M rsTUOKY Xv H A RIO HTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN IIii to ike Soclil tad Moral Adyaaceaeaeat el Irish Americans and CtAttics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America k TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO incorporated Publlhari RIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ge Botir4 a4 t1t UlevlUl PoHI au bnadg J flitter mt CeternnhMoul to the KENTUCKY IRISH AAWRICAN 31921 West Often St UISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 2 1913 PIt11Ltf1 IS Saturday Kentucky is hold g er first primary election unller Q Statewide primary Jaw Unt1er ne new law all men arc placed upon qual footing and may become the andldate of their party it being ino longer possible to bar them b making entrance fees that are p10 ulbltory For years the Statevrii primary has been demanded aind erefore all who aro registered and litltled to vote should today visit the lolling place anU cast their ballot Tie people have now the nominate E candidates in their own hands nd they owe it to themselves thp Ity and State to vote today for test men Democrats especial ping the leading party should tuko itercst in this primary and presrnt ie strongest ticket ever offered In Louisville and Jefferson county- COMMENDED When the Board Commisslo ors of the city of Lexington met last week that body by unanimous vote adopted a resolution tendering the thanks of that body and the people tjf the Bluegrass capital to Llev Clov McDermott for his good offices in terminating the strike of the treet car motormen and conducto n that city The Building fradef3 Council also passed resolutlci thanking the Lieutenant Governor nd comemnding him for his kind iffices and good judgment in brin about an amicable settlement of the strike without recourse to force or the militia The Acting govern set an example that has been everywhere commended and that all State Executives might well follow REAL LOSS Irishmen and friends of Ireland everywhere are grieved over the death of John OCallaghan which occurred in Boston on Sunday afte Illness of two days The d- cl od jWas known in this country id Ireland as one ot the most earnest workers for thg Irish cause attd had been Secretary of the United Irish League of America since its founding In 1901 For year Mr OCallaghan had been connected with tho press ot Boston and was always prominent in ever movement for tho advancement ot iris race Ho was fortyeight year of Illeand certain it is that his loss Avlll be seriously felt SHOWS HER COLORS The British Government has in formed tho American Ambassado that Great Britain will not particic pate In the Panama Exposition of 1D16 How is that for hands across the sea Advocates of alli ance vith Britain Wand the celebra tlon of one hundred years of peat calftiot longer deny that England spirit ot hatred for the United State still exists tho canny Scotsman cbulitlons to the contrary England has again shown her colors HUMBLE JOHN BULL The London Daily Telegraph confessing that It was only through Irish players representing England that Me cup was won at Melbourne itf the tennis championship games crow draws consolation from the fact that America wins the cup through the playing of Maurice McLougblln of Irish stock- PTough claiming American citizen ship Andrew Carnegie whose home fat Skibo Castle Is a Justice of the Peace for Sutherland county Scot land The wily Andy wants to succeed the lato Duke of Sutherland as Lord Lieutenant OfU10 county What more Is needed to demonstrate lrls preference for England to the United States Kentucky spent Just 1270 to settle the Lexington street car strike That sum covers the ex pense of Joy MoPermott Attorney general Garnett and Senator Farris With others Iin power how different would have been the result Evansvillo labor leaders made th melvefl ridiculous when they In vittd Martin Mulhall former lobby tot for the National Association of Manufacturers to come to their eltjron September 1 and deliver the Labor day address Flow abouth Jubilee in diligence Wheaare you going to plnttT Youean Vlpeat the exer fM find phi JAMtof the graeee With in approximate raembarahlp ot 300000 the Knights of Columbus are indeed a strong Catholic force NAME CHANGED ONLY The Encyclopedia Press Incorpo ated is the name which the publie ers of the Catholic Encycloped have adopted in place of Robert Appleton Company the namo under which they were Incorporated III 1905 for tho special purpose of publishing the encyclopedia The new name has been chosen to do away with the confusion that had gradually arisen between the tormer name and that of the older house- D of Appleton Co This change ot namo does not mean that the company itself will be changed in any sense as the directors officers tho board of editors tho administrate and the policy of tho company will remain tho same Condo B Pallen is President of the Encyclopedl Press Arthur Kenedy Vice President and Treasurer and Walter Magee Assistant Treasurer and Secretary In choosing their new title the Encyclopedia Press they have chosen one that suits the char actor of the publication alreadY completed whilst it will be suitable for other similar publications which they are urged on all sides to undertake MISS LEARYS GOOD WORK Miss Anna Leary Papal Countess of New York has announced that phe has made plans to have every battle- shiP and armored cruiser of tho United States navy presented with life membership in the Naval ReUet Society The certificates will 1 be presented to the fleet commanders In the fall and they will be asked to distribute them among the vessels She has also endowed a navy bed 1In St Catherines Hospital Brooklyn for the wives of enlisted men of the navy and marine corps RETAIL GROCERS OUTING Because of the bad weather which prevented many grocers and their mends from attending the outing ot the association at Fontaine Ferry Park last week the Executive Con altteo has decided to give another outing at that pleasant resort on Wednesday August 20 Arrange icnts are also being concluded tor 110 baby show together with contest of skill and strength to be partici dated in by the children as well as he grownups Of course the big country store will bo a feature LOTTO PARTY The second of the series of lotto lartles given by the St Rita Gull for the benefit ot St Aloyslu hutch at Pewee Valley will be hel next Monday night at Gambrinu lall Shelby and Roselane Game vill be called at 830 oclock and many valuable prizes will ue awarded There will also be music and for those who desire refreshment wIll be served FONTAINE ICEHH V Fontaine Forry is an ideal plat- o spend an enjoyable evening For next week Manager Tiger has se ured a high class aggregation fol the vaudeville pavilion when 110 varied bill of comedy musical nd ovelty features is to be offered The free concerts by Natiello am his band and the swimming pool at fact large crowds that attest their growing popularity The season at tho Ferry is now at Its height and very day sees an increased attend nce- N DATES CHANGED The lawn fete to have been by the Church ot Our Lady on givenI ust 19 and 20 has been uesday and Wednesday August 2i and 27 and tho ladles of that popular little parish are arranging a- tlrst class programme of entertain ment and refreshments for the occasion The affairs on- the beautiful lawn adjoining the lurch grounds RECENT DEATHS Theodore Eberle son of Mrs TUlle 1Ion1dayfor appendicitis Since his fathers death he had been conducting the saloon at 1274 South Shelby street r his mother Young Eberle was a member of the Knights of St John nnd was popular in German Catholic circles His funeral was held Wednesday morning frqm St Vincent dil Pauls church Following lingering Illness Mrs Margaret Stanton 2928 SleVln street widow of the late Thomas Stanton passed to her eternal rest Monday morning Sho was fiftyseven years old and is survived by one daughters Harry Speikman Funeral serv fees were held Wednesday morning with a solemn mass of requiem at St Ceiclilas church By the death of Mrs Scholastics ihneidor aged olghtyone St Bone church lost another of itsI oldest- and most respected members A- native of Germany she came to Louis vme when a girl ot fifteen years Her Wendlln Schneider diedIhusbapd years ago Sbe la survived by two daughters Mn Christ Volpert and Miss Fannie Schneider and two solYlJohn and Frank Schneider iFuJietal services were held Monday tnruing many aaetetlng atthe mass ot requiem for the repose of her soul u t r r l S0GIETY 1 Miss Irene Stack has returned from Bhelbyvlllo where she vIsited Jobn M Casey and family Mr and Mrs Alexis tSchulten have returned from a two weeks trip to New York and Boston Miss Margarot King Is In rank fort visiting Mrs Patrick 0 Drlen and Mrs John J King 1 Miss Mary Agnes iMonahan has been enjoying a delightful visit with Miss Anna Ford near Maysville Miss Anastasia Vlckstead Deer Park has been entertaining 1I11ss Helen OBryan of Owensboro f Mrs D P Dougherty of San Antonio is the guest of her sister Ilrs r H Sutton in the Highlands Misses Lula and Teresa Flaming are spending the week with trlends at St Marys on the Knobs in Indiana Misses Margaret and Angela Olte were dellghtfuly entertained at a reception given in their honor 1by Mr D Foley Patrick Connauglxton engineer 01 the L and Nand his wife have gone to MnrUnsville Ind for a stay of two weeks Mrs Bernard Morthorst who bas been spending some time in Canal Is now in Cleveland visiting Mise Jane Dlerncrt Miss Florence Kelly who was the guest of Mrs Redmond tanton In Jetfersonvllle has returned to her home in Cleveland Miss Barbara Scbaub of New Albany has returned from Evansvll where she visited Rev Father Schaub and Miss Rose Schaub Mrs Jack MoAullffe and niece Margaret Smith of Memphis Ton have been visiting Vf G ORourge and family at Parkview Miss Mamie Kelly and her nleci Misses Inez and Mamie Gle6so have returned from a delightful visit to friends in Cincinnati Joseph E Sparks and bride who was Miss Eva Forsting will return from their honeymoon trip Thursday and be at home at 1809 Deerwoa Miss Cleo Donahue ot Covlngto has been spending the week vIsiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue of Third avc nue Miss Florence McGlnnls and Abbott McGlnnls of Salt Lake City have been enjoying a delightful visit at Fairfield as the guests of Miss Margar McKennaMiss Melton of Henderso has been here visiting Miss Marie Zimmerman and many little celebr Lions have been given in honor c f her visit Mrs Kate Garvey and eon and daughter James and Anna 1Iay have Just returned from Indianapolis where they have been vIsiting tor the past two weeks Mrs Margaret McAndrew and iller laughter Margaret have returned to heir home in Decatur Mich after a months visit with her mothe Mrs Margaret Kennedy and Mrs- Jos L Otte Air and Mrs J F Dannenholi Pisses Clara Dannenhold and Jean tannenhold and Messrs Will Oran annonhold and Will Kempf have one to White Mills for a stay of everal weeks Mrs A B OFlaherty and two aughters Letty and Mary Ihlizabett who were tho guests of Mr and Mn T H Sutton on Sherwood avenue ave returned to their home at orpus Caristl Texas Mrs Thomas Bohannan and children left Friday for Wequotonslng where they will spend tho re minder ot the summer Mr Bohan lIan will be at the Louisville Court try Club during his familys ah once After a most enjoyable visit to elatlves and friends In Kentucky lIfrs William E Morkley formerly ot Lebanon has returned to ho once at Shawnee Okla While li lIlis city Mrs Merkley was the guest ott her sister Mrs C J Schranz 923 outh Second street Mrs Edward J McDermott wife of the Lieutenant Governor who was operated upon at St Josephs Infirmary was able last week to return to her home on Ormsby avenue Her many friends will rejoice to learn that Mrs McDermotts re I avery will bo complete and her health better than for years past SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Many will be rejoiced to learn that young Gilbert Renfro son of I Mr and Mrs Wallace Renfro who- last week underwent an operation tor throat trouble has been prc mnced out of danger and on thp- road to recovery The operation was rformed by Dr Adolph Pfllngst and was successful TRINITY COUNCIL Monday night Trinity Council e- with somewhat less than the rpgwlr tendance duo to the extremely hot weather and the lack of ufgerit busi ness The regular order Was lIcitly spatched and then encouraging reports were received from the car mlttees aranglrig for the Mammoth Cnve excursion on August 31 RELIGIdUS CENSUS PIGURBS According to pr noK Carroll hlte Spec al Agent for the United atee Census Office and published In- the Christian Advocate there are In- the United States 12783234 Roman Ca thollc an Protestants ONE COLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tectlon TRANSYLVANIA Rise Up Homo Phone City 2005 Reichert Sign and Art Co Will Call Oa Yon at Your Place of Business and Talk to You Oa SIGNS OF ALL KINDS Stage Scenery BirdsEye View of Your Decorating All Kinds of Etc KNIGHTS OF JOLIIW Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Else where Now York State leads with 430011 membersTho membership to be reported at Boston will bo about 300000 Fifteen candidates received the first and second Tuesday night at Trinidad Col New York has voted to establish ten scholarships in Catholic colleges of the value of lOOper year each Members ot Eastern councils w111 charter trains to convey their members to the Boston convention The council at Marshfield Ore organized some years ago held its first Initiation last week and received twentyfive members into the order Loras Council of Davenport Iowa has purchased the 80xl50 lot at the corner of Fourth and Scott streets and will erect a handsome stone and brick building The Knights of Little Falls N Y1 celebrated the winning of a loving cup and victory over the Hlborniai by a procession with a band and a serenade for the partisans of both baseball teams FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours devotions tor this coming week will be held iIn Holy Crpss church West Broadway beginning at the high mass tomorrow morning and concluding Tuesday During these beautiful ser ices Father Brey the pastor will be assisted by a number of clergy trom other churches iII FAMILY PICNICI Members and friends of tho Con cordia Singing Society are in receipt of postal invitations to a basket picnic to be given by that popula organization at Sennlngs Park next Tuesday The committee has arranged an excellent programme and promise those who respond to the Invitation a pleasant day MISS BURKE I1UUT Miss Katie Burke 503 East Chest nut street Jeffersonvllle Is recover ing from the injuries she sustained last Saturday She was at her horn and while descending to the cellar the steps gave way precipitating her to the bottom While she was bruised and badly shaken up nc bones were broken CATHOLIC LEGION At a meeting of the Indiana State offleers of the Catholic Benevolent Legion held at Logansport or Wednesday it was decided to hold the next national convention of that order in Logansport oh August 10 1914 TOOK THE VEIL Mr and Mrs John B Gohmann sass Catherine Gohmann and Miss Helen Moritz of New Albany went to Oldenburg Ind the first of the reek to witness Miss Magdalene fohmann receive tho white velloft- he Franciscan Sisters SISTER PJEROLINA BETTER Sister Plerolina former Sister Superior of the Sisters of Providence ill Now Albany and at one time principal of the Holy Trinity parochial school who has been criti cally Ell at St MarysofthoWoods icarTerre Haute is reported to be mprovlng OUR OLDEST MAN James Moran of Grundy county Ill celebrated his 110th birthday anniversary with a family reunion on July 23 He is known as the King of the Wappecan When in his prime he was a famous athlfite Moran was j born In County Mayp Ireland July 23 1803 He came to Illinois with J the early settlers and is said to be the oldest man now living in the United States WILL REPRESENT POPE Very Rev Francis C Kelley D D president of the Church Extension oclety Chicago has received word that Monslgnor iBonzano Papal Dole gate has been appointed act aa the Popes representative at the second Catholic Missionary Congress to beheld in Boston October 19 to 21 PERTINENTQJIESTION The Pariah Messenger organ ot the plscopal oburch of Omaha Neb leaking of the Menace lies of Cath lto slBterhoods recently remarked Pbat kaa become pf our American lt EN Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building Factory Interior Banners KODftK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 t Wait Jaffinrn Loultrtlti VOTE FOR A B KILKELLY II SMOI E KELLY CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLEEi- ghth Magisterial District composed of the First to the Ninth Precinct of the Eleventh ward and wholeof the Twelfth ward Subject to the action of Demo cratic party FERRYTHE Xtragood Vaudeville 110c DAILY MATINEES ALL SEATS 10c Free Concerts by Natiellos Band DIG NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Frcib running water PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS 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lawyers He is indorsed by the lawyers Matt ODohcrty Thomas Walsh A E Richards Morton 1C Yonts Dallas E Furlong Edward O Klemin Churchill Ilumphrcy William Furlong David Ilonsah Bon F Gardner John L Woodbtiryt IL O Williams L R Curtis T L Burnett J O Burnett John Manly A M Sea Jr1Thos A Barker Jos M Leo Arthur Bensinger Joseph Sollngcr W S Sanford Alex P Humphrey licnnctt II Young P J Cosgrove Hardln Herr Jas T A Baker Mark Beauchamp Thos E Hall Edward P Humphrey Fred Dlcfcnbach Archibald B Young fyaell3llddletonHenry W A Perry Cling S Grubbs W B Harrison Rodman Grubbs John B Bradley Louis O Heck Jr P H Savage If H Burke John O Doolan IC D Crawford HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Pact WeekCeneral- News Notes Memphis has an eneregtic and promising Ladles Auxiliary Work to make the coming reunion the greatest ever held here Emmet Division 2 of Halifax is erecting a hall for its membership Divisions and auxiliaries ot Schenectady report steady progress Between 30000 and 40000 attended the recent annual reunion in ClevelandIn counties in New Brunswick the order is adding many members to its ranks- Fortyseven members were initi ated into the new division recently organized at Tarentum Pa Indianapolis Hibernians have ordered fifty more copies of Irish history for their parochial schools Through the efforts of the Ancient Order a great Impetus leas given the study of Irish history the past year Mrs P H McNellis of Indian apolis reports that she finds lively interest taken in the study of Irish historyState President Boyle and W W Cronin of Memphis are doing much to build up the Ancient Order In Tennessee Division 7 has organized an aux iliary at Frostburg The Maryland State convention will be held there next year Tho Hibernian Rifles and Cadets and united divisions of Baltimore will hold their annual Hibernian day celebration August 11 I For the study of Irish history DI I vision 1 of San Antonio Texas do nated St Marys parochial school a beautiful gold medal Division 22 of Scranton has its dramatic company which will give a number of plays for churches and divisions this winter The Ladles Auxiliary County LrelaYldtothat has taken up the study of Irish historyCounty President Thomas Welsh will soon start a campaign of exten sion work in Baltimore where a number of juvenile divisions will be organizedNational President Regan strongly urges the formation of Juvenile dl vlsons His letter should be read with interest by every member of the order I Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly National President of the Ladles Auxiliary says the year just ended was a most prosperous one for that splendid or ganizationTwo open meetings to be hold this fall are being arranged for by the Connecticut State Board They will be addressed by the national officers of both branches Ten years ago the order had ten divisions in Milwaukee with less than 150 members These were amalga mated Into one compact body which now numbers nearly 1000 Ladies Auxiliary 7 ot Washington D C was recently delightfully surprised with the presentation of a beautiful Irish flag the occasion being the eighth birthday of tao organizationBegInning Monday night Division 3 Division 1 the Ladles Auxiliary and Division 2 will meet in the order named All should be well at tended as work for the Phoenix Hill reunion will be Inaugurated The County Board at Syracuse will inaugurate a grand membership cam paign this fall In which all the divIs- ions will contest It will terminate in a grand exemplification when peveral national officers will be present HOOSIERS TOMORROW Bill Hlnchmans Columbus Sen ators close their series here this afternoon and Mike Kellys Hoosiers come tomorrow expecting revenge for Louisville making a clean sweep In the Hoosier capitall this past week It behooves the Colonels to take advantage of the games with Indianapolis whom they have de feated twelve out of sixteen this year as three strong teams follow In MinneapolisEways playing a strong game here but quit against Minneapolis The eeries between Louisville and the latter promisee to lie the hardest fought of the 7ariutWI1l be either the ttakjnr or breaking of n Cory B Taylor Merit ONeal W S Wessllng Henry PIrtle Allen R Bite Walter S Lapp H T Wilson W P Shouse Gilbert Burnett W Allen Kinney A O Popliam Henry Burnett LclandTl1ylorRandolph W L UootitO 4v Ernest H Ncumari Benedict Elder Albert O Dick Wm B Eagles Maurice Horvitz Chas F Taylor Edward Bloomfield Fred Forcht Jr Tyler Barnett William Mix O II Gibson Clem W Huggins B H Famslcy Walter E Bummer Frank Patterson T R Cortmell Paul Blackwood Jos G Sachs Goodloo ONeal Sam S Blitz James W Garrison L A Illckmon II H McCullough Eugene Attkinson W H WrJglit Austin WalltJ Logan Rock Al M Morrett Isaac Sherman SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall On First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu ickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far tellTreasutbrlhomas Keenan SergeantatAros Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T Keaney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning ham Sentinel Thomas Hannon DIVISION S Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Bee lion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Tar ellSentlnelM J McDermott Y M I MAC1QN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn tonSecond Vice President John J Lynn Financial Secretary A C Link Recording SecretarYJohn R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry rr Kibbey TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat W Minneapolis pennant chances this team being picked by mapy of the critics as a sure pennant winner but those same judges do not seem to realize that Tannehlll Hunter and Wtfalen aro not sluggers compared to their predecessors Cravath Cly mer and Ferris TWIN CITY LEAGUE The Champions further Increased theIr hold on first place itt the Catholic Baseball League last Sunday by defeating the Shamrocks in a 6 to 6- same while the Kentucky Oaks de feat of the Spring Banks still further helped the leaders The rapid development of the boys In this league Is evidenced by the Increase of their number in the semiprofessional teams Hon Cack Barrett otlls dated as umpire in the Shamrock Champions games while Messrs Lally Harper and Mulligan acted in the others The schedule for to morrow Bruins vs Champions Spring Bank vs Hepburn Kentucky Oaks vs Shamrocks Athletics vs Cadets Standing to date W L Pet Champions u 10 4 714 Spring Banks 8 5 615 Kentucky Oaks 8 6 571 Bruins 7 7 500 Shamrocks 6 7462i 4171Cadetsj I Athletics 4 9 I 308jI Tobaoco brows is favored by clothes manufacturers far fall rail hate will be small aid Medium shapes with rtdra4 er et- feete J A J Blzot M J J Knvanagh Simon Snpinsky Will Heldcnberg W O Harris Marion Ripy Samuel G Tate Charles Roy L W Dorsey David R Cnstlemnn John C Tate William Jarvis Mace Lieber Jacob Solinger D A Sachs 11 J Graham William JMcDonogli Frank Coylc Wm T McNally Richard Elder W B Dixon yB Thomas IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled N From Exchanges The death has taken place at Swinford of Mrs Mary Freaney at the age of 102 years Mrs Margaret McNance of Fork hill is active mentally and physically at the great age of 105 The Rev J Kelly of New Ross nephew of the Most Rev Dr Kelly who succeeded the late Cardinal Moran Melbourne is about to leave for the New Zealand mission At the annual meeting of the Westmeath County Council J P Dowdall was unanimously reelected Chairman for the ensuing year and J J Coen J P of Athlone Vice ChairmanSt day was celebrated by the Catholics of Derry with all solemnity in the Long Tower church where mass has never ceased to be offered since the saint officiated there In 544 At the weekly meeting of the Strabane Board of Guardians W J Craig Relieving Officer was unan imously appointed Mater of the Workhouse in room of R J Craig resigned He was the only applicant for the position The wffenof a farmer named Thomas Brunt Derry of Kllsberry was savagely bitten on the cheek by a mare when going to attend a sick foal in the stable The injured woman Is progressing favorably unde- medical treatment- A verdict of death due to heart failure was returned at an Inquest at Galway on Moses Fitzpatrick age sixtysix a native of Arklow who fell into the water while engaged as a fishery instructor on a Congested Districts Board craft The women ot the united parishes of Kilteely and Dromkeen have pre sented Very Rev John Canon Power on his recent appointment a a canon of the diocese of Cashel and Emly with a set of canonicals and an illuminated address The death of T J OConnell a popular trader and contractor is much regretted In Abbeyfeale His funeral was of extremely large dimensions Mr OConnell was isuspect for several months during the Forster regime in the early eightiesAt annual meeting of the Queens County Council John Byrne Vice Chairman was elected Chairman of that body for the ensu ing year At the same meeting Arthur Humo was coopted as mem ber to fill the vacancy caused by the death of P A Meehan Very great regret Is felt in Bally mahon at the departure of the Rev Francis Cahill who has been pro moted to the pastoral charge of Abbeylara Father Cahill ministered at Ballymahon for fourteen years He is replaced by Father McCabe St Mels College Longford- In tho Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Castlebar in the presence ot a large attendance of clergy HigginsAuxiliary i the dignity of priesthood Rev Laurence Lyons late Prefect ot St Jarlaths College Tuam and son of James Lyons Ballyhaunls The death occurred at the Fran ciscan Friary Waterford of the Rev Edward B Fltzmaurlce O IF M He was born In iWaterford In 1848 and was ordained In 1871 at St Isidores Rome He labored Droghedamel and about threo years ago ho returned to his native city to take up the Guardianship SACRED HEART RETREAT The Rev Julian Boyle C P recently in charge of the Holy Cro pastorate an adjunct of Holy Cross Passion1st Monastery at Cincinnati has been appointed tovnew duties here at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road UNIQUE AFFAIR contesttogrounds Thirteenth and Oak streets blunlquee r George Connor and the people are waking query preparation for this event which will doabtlsw prove tAIe meet largely attended and suooaMful l ever held in that parish FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO I Brewers and ttlers1LOfflSVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by everyone who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED y LOUISVILLE KY Climb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIIEr WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leadjng bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flaw GRUBER A DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS C TY BREWING CO It lxcoard TED Broadway and Thirty irst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orde a Case for Your Home v TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wujm SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVEft Light JOHN E WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 IjOUISVUjlB KY rNOW SOLD IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER ACASE FOR YOUR HOME JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED KYsSppcial Notice to Altar Societies We havo on hand a large andXgx cluslve line of Altar Alb and Surti place Laces Wo have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month It you are think ing of purchasing the above soon It will pay you to Jook over our stock at once Judging from the past soles of these laces wo know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We also carry a full lino of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Wrlto for Samples ROGERS Church Goods Company 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Go- odsMPiYOHARMING JAND SO VERY CHEAP 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above pteamora leaves the Wharfboat toot of Third street every Sunday at 9 am goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c ERUARTssARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NWCorner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESONFuneral and Embalmers X10 FJIHKA rcrH Tl 1k22 n i THE 2 FAVORITES of Loulsyllleii Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar k The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers Ti W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET 4 MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging st price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give as- a call at our warerooms 318329 West Green St New Muldoon Monument CI CB THOMPSON J FLORISTONLY ONE STOR19 SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVUNUM Y Both Telephone lose All orders receive prompt arteitto Pad satisfaction guaranteedwr A Delightful Smoke PHONE XHTY tale FOR CLEOPATltAalosGONDOLAf AL DOMECE1- I6LliC1ayifr1 0- d tvvIi 1LJiNTU KY YrTS z MERIOAft John H Buschemeyer FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party I Do You Realize What 1 Nicks Green Label u Means to You notJlisten It means double premium value at TRADING ST AMP forour store or one GREEN each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one Profit Sharin9 Certificate Red Stamp for each r GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET- Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditionsi by Nick Warisse Baking 01 I WITOREIShouldi keeper when they need Carpetei llugs and Draperies 1sl 1 j store if you look for good merchandise flubbuch Bros Wellendorff 522524 WEST MARKET STREET p dtitlietiP tll1 9 ts +sww iiEOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREADr Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South e0ilNttHNtR1 see For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best tr JAMES GREENE4 f 425 427 and 429 East Market Street J I S 1IIIII1 S S + 11 1II1 S S II1I 1 +11 + 111 Ill + IoJuul NOW H IS BETTER THAN VVHENr1i GAS 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 1 particular orderLOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY H nut I It IIIUISIN III +++ I H1 + IoJo1 JoI t11 + OSANDTENTSIA large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than arty one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky TentandAwningCu BOTH PfONBS24a2 12O NTHIRD ST CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTY SIXTII DISTRICT Subject to the Action of the einocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR George Schlxeg bl FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to thtT Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 18l3 MUffiWEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of theI Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 191- 3HARRY C NEHAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to tho Action ot the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 1913 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReEle- ctionSURVEYORJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr BE Mechling CANDIDATE F- ORCORONERI Subject to Action Democratic Party BEN SCHULMAN CANDIDATE lO- RMAGlSTFtATE StXTlT MMISTEIui I4STMCT l4lRpvM4 H PvWV tnVi JUBI INV SffrWMI Welk iaOorat1oPattr 0 JOHN R PFLANZ Candidate For RcBleoion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action ot the Democratic Party Primary Election Vuguat 2 1913 JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic partyA Li19ILf2 I CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you four years as Sheriff and if you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it WILLIAM E HOLLEY CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to Action of the Democratic Party HENRY E CRAWFORD CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEThird Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Fred T Heffernan CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMANTWELFTH Voted For City at Large Subject to Action of Uempcratlc Party I Wm M Duffy CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE Fifty First Legislative District Sevwik mind TwrffA Wai su t to Action ot the Daneoriitk n in Ip S RAY Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election Vugust 2 1913 OED W BERRY CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE Eighth Material District Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13ANDREW M SEA rFOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election lugust 2 1913 VOTE FOR v v SAMUEL W GREENEF- OR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action ot the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 1913 C J OlfcOKTAJN CANDIDATE F- ORSHERIFFt Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas C Foster CANDIDATE F- ORJAILERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas W Milliken CANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of the Democratic Party I hue ij rTed you for foar years M Cttirrx Retvrl and b lag ln llKblle to iraoMed my elf ass of faring for 0itYTrwrst I l F CAMPAIGN Lit NAILED Organized Labors Answer to Anonymous CircuI1lar Issued By Opponents of Chas H Knight Democratic Candidate for State Senator Read the Following Indorsement from the Meat Cutters and Butchers Union AMALGAMATED MEAT CUTTERS AND BUTCHER WORK MEN OF NORTH AMERIOA Ii Louisville Ky July 29 1918 Mr Chas H Knight jLouisville Ky Dear Sir Whereas there has been an unsigned and an unauthorized Circular distributed throughout the City against Chas H Knight Candidate for State Senator stating that he has been an OPEN ENEMY to Organized Labor in general after a careful investiga tion of the Records of the Legislative Committee of the State Fed oration of Labor we find that he has been fair and has pledged himself to the support of the WORKMANS COMPENSATION and EMPLOYERS LIABILITY ACT and in Bills of a Similar Character endorsed by the American Federation of Labor since March 1912 and in our Personal Dealings with Mr Knight in the last four years in which ho has been in the Packing Business we have found him and his Associates to bo fair at all times towards us and we DEPLORE THIS ATTACK on the man who has AL WAYS BEEN FAIR TO ORGANIZED DABOR in general John Gorman President Otto Haas Fin SecTreas Jas Z Byerly RecSec TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM OrangePineapple EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY NNgO NOM11114dKNOMNV Homo Phone City 0250 Gnmb Phone Main 1040y TRY IT ULL TIKE IT FIVE CENTSFounts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious Delightful and Refreshing in Hot Weather The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range offered the public It has the most practical gas saving burner ever devised The Quick Meal is easiest to clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real mer- itGEHER CA SON 215 West Market St IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Oct the BEST In start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLoulsvllle DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO I INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your coal bin with our freshly mined Star Block Coalf400 PER SON 2000 POUNDS Homo Phone City 3101 Cnml South OGOy T7TA M J BANNON JPrll ti Mgr ever to keep the BY J P BANNON JR VlcPru TriM H IIScrlary P Bannon Sewer Pipe Co f+ Salt PipeBaaaeas a fer Steam Coad its Wall Covtat DraiB Tile Vitrified Street Pawls Brick Fire ProoAag FlaePfpellae Linin Tire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile GroaD Fire Cay Chimaey Toys Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk prick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBIBPHONB 573 WORKS istk and Lexl loft and Magnolial veBet 9th cad leth TBLBPHON8 2833 AA AA IoA AA A A