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I I WE DO I ICE FIVE CENTS n r DUBLIN The Scene of a Terrible Conflict Between the Militaryl and Citizens Four Person Killed and Over Sixty Are Taken Into Hospitals Police Commissioner Suspended For Calling Out Kings Borderers HOME RULE PLANS ARE BALKED n Three men and one woman are dead and more than sixty persons are in the hospital wounded as the result of a battalion of the Kings Own Scottish Borderers firing Into a crowd In the streets of Dublin last Sunday afternoon Seven of the wounded are expected to die Among them are threo women and a boy often The affray was the result of a gunrunning exploit of the Na tionalist Volunteers who wero being aided by sympathizers composed largely of women and youths A consignment of rifles said to num ber 10000 was landed Sunday at Howth nine miles from Dublin from a private yacht The Nationalist Volunteers cut the telegraph wires and stopped travel on the Dublin roads and according to reports sent away most of the rifles together with 70000 rounds of ammunition In motor cars A thousand volunteers marched openly from Dublin to receive the arms but declared they were merely making a practice march Local po lice and the coast guard tried to prevent the landing of the arms but were driven off When the Dublin authorities learned of the landing they sent sixty police to seize the arms They were later reenforced by 200 others under command of an Assistant Commissioner The police were drawn up on both sides of the road along which the volunteers were returning with soldiers in the center of the road When the vol unteers saw the mobilization most of them got away with their sting scattering through the fields The police and soldiers tried to disarm the remainder In the resulting affray several revolver shots were fired by volunteers and a Corporal and a private were wounded The volunteers also used their rifles as clubsThe soldiers fired and used their bayonets freely inflicting many cuts Then they had a running fight with the volunteers and the rapidly grow ing crowds through the streets to their barracks The Lord Mayor has Issued a strong letter of protest declaring the troops were ordered out without permission being asked of the Lord Mayor and he demands that the re sponsibility shall be fixed for the calling out of the soldiers and for supplying them with ball cartridges He adds Dublin and Ireland look with confidence to John Redmond and his colleagues to bring to justice those responsible for this shocking outrage There must no longer be one law for a section of tho Ulster people and another law for the remainder of the Irish people Tho London Daily News calls the affair at Dublin a massacre and de mands a rigid investigation of the conduct of the soldiers It lays the responsibility upon the weakness of theIand could not prohibit the Nationalists from doing the samo There was further excitement Monday night in Dublin but It sub sided without serious results Six hundred volunteers paraded through the streets a crowd of 4000 follow ing them marching in step and singing Feeling runs high throughout Nationalist Ireland Town Coun cils aro adopting resolutions de flouncing the massacre The sol diem of the Limerick and Kilkenny garrisons aro confined to barracks and concerts by military bands In several towns have been canceled Tho Lord Mayor of Dublin has called a meeting of the Magistrates to con alder the acUonofthe Castle authorities in calling out tho police and soldiers without consulting the city officials The police threaten a thedepartmentdisobedience of orders are rein stated It is announced hero that Commisatoner againstthesioner Harrell The Nationalists are delighted as Commissioner Ross was unpopular theDubllnsmash Premier Asqulths plans for taking up the amended bllJThe questionhadbeenlndeflnltely The Irish members are SOl exasper ated over the killing of four persons and the wounding of many others in the clash between the regular troops and the Nationalist volunteers that they are In no frame of mind to grant any concessions to Ulster The Laborites and many Liberals support announcedinuty Police Commissioner Harrell beensuspended ROHYhoexpr8llleda ppnaibility has resigned hU office a startedj8 AMERICANtI Redmond the Nationalist leader who demanded an Impartial Inquiry Into the conduct of tho troops and their punishment it the shooting was not justified Mr Redmond compared this monstrous business with the parades of armed volunteers In Belfast To such a state of Im potenco has tho British Government been reduced In Ireland he said that a subordinate official Is able to call In soldiers without consulting he executive of tho country Ho expressed the hope that the Irish peoplo would not blame the troops too much and concluded amid great cheers Fourfifths of the Irish people will not submit any longer to be bullied and punished for conduct which is allowed to go scot free In Ulster by another section of their fellow countrymen I HONORS FOR PASTOR I The sacerdotal jubilee of the Rev George W Schuhmann DD com memorating the twentyfifth anni versary of his ordination to the holy priesthood which began Monday and continued Tuesday marked perhaps the happiest event in tho history of St Johns parish Monday morning there was a high mass of thanks giving and in the evening members of the congregation and the children gathered in the school hall to extend their congratulations E J Mann was Chairman and a number of ad dresses were made in which tho pastor was praised for his good work and congratulated J J Driscoll spoko in behalf of the men present Mrs J G Metcalfo for the women Miss Irene Schmitt for the young women and John M Hennessey for the young men The praises were modestly accepted by Father Schuh mann who thanked those present and bespoke a greater future for the church and school Tho pleasing in cident was the presentation of a floral basket to the Jublllarlan In which was concealed 1200 as a token of love and osteem from his parishioners Tuesday morning Father Schuhmann celebrated his jubilee mass In the presence of Bishop ODonaghue and nearly a hundred of the clergy when Father Westermann preached the sermon Then followed an automobile ride and a great banquet at the Tyler Hotel Rev John Riley of Shelby ville was the toastmaster and brief byBishopCronln and the Jublllarlan Father Schuhmann thanked the priests for their generous participation in his silver jubilee and expressed regret that with the completion of twenty live years of service he leaves the buoyant junior clergy to take com fort he said in the thought that he is now to be added to the company of the senior priests tried and grown silvery In the service of the Master11 1 c CONNELLYS SURPRISE County President William J Con nelly was given the surprise of his life last Saturday noon when he arrived home from the Hibernian Na tional convention which had been In session at Norfolk Va that old wise bird the Stork having antici pated his arrival by leaving a pretty little boy and girl at his home on North Twentieth street and just about the time he had started for home Of course it goes without saying that he is being deluged with congratulations also a little kidding on the side while exState President George J Butler the proud grandpa has already filled out applications for the new arrivals in the A 0 H and the Ladles Auxiliary REPORT ON PICNIC At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H Monday evening in Bertrand Hall County Financial Secretary Langan made a preliminary report on the recent County Board picnic and stated that when all ticket returns were made a handsome Bu m would be realized and would be the best showing in years President John Hennessy complimented the Emerald Hibernian Social Club for their handling of the dance hall at the picnic and stated that the dance was a credit to the order At the next meeting of the division alternates will be elected to the State convention which will be held at Covington on September 7 and 8 SEASONS BIG EXCURSION The big excursion of the present season will be that of the Catholic Knights of Louisville to Jasper Ind on Sunday August 30 Arrange ments have been mado with the Southern Railway Company for firstclass equipment and every accommodation to make the trip en Joyable President iBen Kruse Gen Michael Reichert Secretary Henry Schulten and Capt Oscar Maler aro making great preparations for a big day and are being assisted by Capt Kunkel and the Knights of Jasper Thero will be a hearty welcome for the excursionists and many features for their entertainment INDORSED BY MDERMOTT While in Washington last Satur day Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott saw Senator Kern and asked him to indorse Daniel J Dougherty of Jeffersonville Jnd as a candidate tor a position as appraiser of physi cal properties under the Interstate Commerce Commission Gov McDermott pointed out that the South ern Indiana man Iis well qualified to KenItuclthe appointment BISHOP BYRNE The Right Rev Thornas s Byrne Bishop of Na hvile ceelbrated on Wednesday his BeveatythlrdI birth flay anniversary Btehop Syrne who IIf loved throughout Tennessee willl soon celebrate his golden jubilee as a priest MLAUGHLIN j c J Choice For National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians 11c c I Convention Sends Cable to RedII mond Declaring For Ireland j I WX tiii Addresses anil R torts Received J With Applause From Delegates BOSTON NEXT MEETING PLACE The fortyninth national convention of the Ancient Orderof Hiber nians held in Norfolk has passed Into history as tho greatest and most successful that has taken place since the order was founded in America Opening with high mass In St Marys church the Right Rev Dennis J OConnell Bishop of Richmond preached a most eloquent sermon extending the welcome of Virginia and iNolfolk to the Ancient Order Bishop OConnell paid a high tribute to the Ancient Order of Hibernians telling of the birth of the order about 300 years ago In the determin ation of a people to worship God according to their own belief Your priests had been denied the right to say mass but you said that they should say mass On the mountain In the valley and behind the hedge you maintained your worship and your order has stood through these years as the staunch supporter of your church and faith Tho first session was held in the Wells Theater when addresses of welcome were delivered by County President John F Lawler Hon Har vey M iDlckson and State President John J Blake the responses being made by Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly National President of the Ladles Auxiliary and National President James J Regan all being received with hearty applause After the Credentials Committee reported President Regan announced the standing committee and tho conven tion got down to real business Wednesdays session was devoted to consideration of reports and the recommendations of the national officers all of which showed the order in a most flourishing conditions occupiedtheThursday when the following cable gram signed by President Regan was sent to John E Redmond The Ancient Order of Hibernians 200000 strong in national convention assembled extends Its greetings and to the Irish Volunteers We pledge our assistance Ireland must not be dismembered- Sir Roger Casement of Dublin Ireland Hon Patrick J Egan for mer Minister to Chile and Bourke Cochran of New York were visitors at the Friday morning session and addressed the order Mr Egan had been In the city since the convention began but Sir Roger and Mr Coch ran only arrived that morning from New York Sir Roger who Is non Catholic Is one of the foremost leaders In the Irish Volunteer move I ment The tact that he Is nonCath olic made his address before n strictly Catholic body all the more impressive and agreeable to them In the course 6f his remarks Sir Roger stated that when the Irish Volunteers are equipped with 160000 rifles home rule will become a reality This he said would not mean civil war but an overpowering strength in comparison to tho four armed counties of Ulster that are opposing homo rule would have the effect of insuring the bill Few changes were mado In the laws by the convention which hon ored the retiring President by making him a member of the National Board for two years Among the resolutions Introduced and adopted was one protesting against efforts now being made by faddists to in troduce eugenic education into the school room The resolution de clares that the home is tho prpper place for Imparting such knowledge Following a spirited but friendly contest Joseph McLaughlln of Phila delphia was elected National Presi dent of the Ancient Order on Satur day at the closing session of the biennial convention and Boston was chosen for the meeting place of the order In 1916 overMauricemajority of 161 The vote was Mc Laughlin 285 Donnelly 134 Other officers elected were Pat rick F Cannon of Connecticut Na JVDelaneySullivan of Connecticut Secrtary J C Foy National Vice President for Canada Directors John F Healy of Delaware Thomas J Matthews of Rhode Island Edward R Hayes of New Jersey James Clancy of Michigan Myle F McTartland of New York OOVINGTON r The fortieth anniversary of their marriage was fittingly celebrated on Wednesday July 29 by Dr and Mrs J A Averdlck of Coylngton On Wednesday morning solemn high mass was sutlgin Sty Aloysius church by the Rev Father Ahmann In commemoration of the event Dr Averdlck is President of the Coving ton Board of Education and one of phyatolansullme1ltojolatnwlsltlnr 4 y 0 COMING EVENTS Monday August 3PJcnlc and fish fry by the Passionlst Fathers at Phoenix Hill Park for St Agnes churchAugust 4 and 6St Columbas lawn fete and supper afternoon and night on church lawn Thirtyfifth and Market August 10 Ladles Auxiliary re ception and dance at Sennings Park August 11 and 12 Lawn festival and contest for St Ants church on church grounds Seventh and Davies HospitalSewJngeuchre on poschlnger lawn Vernon and Sycamore t August 17 and 18a Hol Cross 1 lawn fete and chicken supper on church grounds Thir second andj Broadway L August 19 Annual festival of Young Mens Social Club Schneiters Park fi August 20 Knlghtsjof Columbus annual outing at FonnGrove Thursday August 27 Annual re union and picnic of SL Leos congre gation on grounds ndjplnlng church Highland Park August 30Catholi Knights an nual excursion to Jasp ir Ind- OOS000NN00 ONOAOON REFRESHING Yell Known Doper Expresses Strong Sentiments on Butt Incident People Who Believe This Anti Catholic Fable AJro Termed Monomaniacs Story Was Fashioned by Some Pervert Says tlflo Globe DemocrrTt 4 1 s REV DR GLADDENS OPINION tIn the General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church held In Kansas City a short time ago a certain Dr J A tlth charged that an edict from the Pope was found on the body of Major Butt commanding all Catholics to vote for a candidate other than Woodrow Wilson In the Presidential election CL LepperV bf tutb Omaha Neb wrote to exPresldent Taft asking him to either affirm or deny this statement In a letter to Mr Leppert dated July 1 Mr Taft declares that the statement is false from beginning to end and I won der that a church or a minister of a church who ought to be careful in giving currency to statements of any character without the slightest foundation should be responsible for this Mr Taft points out that the body or effects of Major Butt have never been found The St Louis GlobeDemocrat of July 18 in commenting on this mat ter expresses itself In no uncertain terms on the circulation and accept ance of such ridiculous tales as this It emphasizes the fact that Mr Wilson was not nominated until almost two months after the Titanic disaster and that this in itself would show the absurdity of the table But the denial It adds will do little good The only people capable of believing It are mono whichIsecretly hug it as proof of their suspicions It was fashioned by some pervert who wished to play on the prejudices of such persons The only surprising thing is that a speaker so reckless as to repeat It before a rep resentative assembly was not chal lenged by same friend of truth to produce some evidence to sub stantiate It A falso sense of courtesy should not serve to protect men who boldly make groundless charges even though they wear clerical garb This editorial pronouncement of the GlobeDemocrat a leading St Louis dally is most refreshing It shows that there Is some sense of morality and truth remaining In some of our communities which have been flooded with similar and even more vicious and unprincipled fabrications for the last three years The number of perverts and monomaniacs In this country is Indeed surprisingly large at the present time In the very same city in which the Globe Democrat is located thero resides a certain Rev J Scott D D traveler lecturer and preacher pastor Plymouth Congre gattonallst church who has written an introduction to The Devil in Robes or the Sins of Priests one of the most rotten of the Menaces pub lications praising the book and commending the illustrations in It as true pictures when as a matter of fact every picture in the volume reflecting on the church and intend ing to show tho cruelty and lust of the priesthood are doctored illustra Lions some of them being well known pictures of entirely different events An Indian Rajah for ex ample is passed off as rather Gonzello of the Philippine Islands his peculiar headgear being left on his head and a Roman collar and cross added to his makeup The mprbldsuperstltlonofthousands and the nnscrnpoulousnefls or lack of knowledge pi many of their clergymen Is pitiful in the extreme an opinion which has been expressed in their regard by Dr Washington Gladden the well known Protestant divide hI his article on The Anti PapalranlCln the July 1I1ue of Harpers Weekly OS t CT PRIMARYI At Hand With McCrcnry and Stanley Gaining Much Ground Local Democrats Will Remem ber the Present Bcckham Campaigners Tho Latter Not So Boastful and Sure of the Local Result REICHERT PREFERRED TO HALY This week the closing one of the campaign for the United States Senatorial nominations for the long and short terms was featured by the remarkable gains of Gov McCreary especially in this district Congress man Stanley holding his own here while gaining ground out in the State and exGov Beckham losing so rapidly that his campaign man agers becoming alarmed had al ready begun their threadbare cries of fraud which comes with bad grace from the camp which was re sponsible for the glaring frauds of the BeckhamMcCreary primary when wholesale robbery was per petrated in tho mountain districts This being the election when trees and animals were voted and the Beckham supporters held back re turns three or four days waiting to see how many votes they needed this statement never having been dlsproven and the McCreary and I Stanley Campaign managers should be careful to prevent a repetition of the same tactics in this primary That there is gonig to be a close race is now conceded by the corre spondent of tho Cincinnati Enquirer who states that he will have to reverse his opinion of early in the campaign when ho predicted that Beckham would have a walKover The change in the situation in Louisville and Jefferson county the past ten days to say the least has been startling No later than two months ago the local Beckham or ganizers were claiming everything In sight and were strutting about with tho proverbial chip on their shoulder daring anyone to dispute their claim their attitude being echoed by a few officeholders In the City Hall and Court House who espoused the Beckham cause early In the game with the hope of being known as original Bcckham men in case the Haly brand of politics was successful here As an evidence of this spirit the County Clerks office force fell all over themselves lit erally speaking In their haste to fur nish the Beckham campaign managers with copies of the registration list this being a parallel case with that of other city and county offi cials who have attempted to dictate to subordinate employes and line them up in tho Beckham camp As stated before in these columns the HalyJBeckham brand of Democracy- Is not relished by local Democrats and later on some of these Beckham leaders will have a hard time ex plaining their present attitude Right now many of them have realized that their candidate is doomed to run a bad third in this district causing them to retreat from their former position and plead for harmony and a little mercy on Percy and Cripps The big drift to McCreary this past week emphasizes very forcibly the strength of Chairman Frank Mc Grath in this district who in a short period has gathered together a fight ing force composed principally of his personal friends and in the last few days has practically driven the Beckham forces to cover and many of tho later have already dropped the Beckham flag and gone into tho McCreary or Stanley camps The Stanley leaders will have a splendid working organization at every pre cinct in the city and Senator Hlte Huffaker and Mack Pythian who have been in charge of the local headquarters predict a big plurality for their man in Jefferson county The attempt of some of the Beckham forces to belittle the Stanley cam paign because of tho support of Lawrence Reichert falls flat when It is taken Into consideration that Percy Haly Is the Beckham sponsor The Democrats of Louisville and the State of Kentucky who know Lawrence Reichert will follow his lead at any time and in any move ment in preference to Beckhams man Friday In the threecornered race for the Senatorial short term between Gen Bpnnett Young Senator Johnson Camden and exCongressman Dave Smith Gen Young has sot a sizzling pace for both of his com petitors and his aggressive campaign has been given wide mention In many of the papers out in tho State especially the speeches referring to the charge that Senator Camden bolted the Democratic Presidential ticket In 1896 19110 and 1908 Gen Young stating that the present Sen ator had never been aligned with the party until the Gubernatorial cam paign of 1911 night here In Louisville and Jefferson county Gen Young Is assured of a big vote not only because of the fact that this is his home district but his active Interest in the ranks of the local Democratic party In the past has won him strong support many of whom will represent him at the different precincts throughout the district BTJCHARISTIO CONGRBSS 1hl J2ue1ar1 Con rJil a j Lourdes last week proved a stupendous demonstration of the faith This was the twentyfifth of these great International congresses and though none has been held In Franco since the war on the church began there that country surpassed herself in the effort to make the celebration worthy of the jubilee year of an Institution whose con stant progress and fruitful results are among the most intense mani festations of tho life of the church The American hierarchy led by Car dinal Parley and Bishop Maes was well represented ORPHAN PICNIC REPORT The recently organized Catholic Orphan Society held a special meet jing Thursday night to receive final ireports from tho Fourth of July 1picnic for the benefit of St Vincents and St Thomas Asylums There was a good attendance and upon all aides were seen Indications of grow ing interest in tho society President Meeban stating that branches wereI about to be organized in two more parishes Secretary Thomas W Ryan and Treasurer George H Nabors presented the report of the Executive Committee which showed that for the orphans the handsome sum of 387099 had been netted from the picnic This was most gratifying when consideration isIgiven the short time the society has been organized and the late date the decision was reached to undertake the work that provd so frutlful APPEAL TO wrrSONI An appeal to President Wilson to deny the use of the mails to the vile papers in this country that defame the Catholic church has been preI Hennesseylor i allargeI tlngulshes the liberty of the press from the license of publishing libels proclaims Catholics as loyal I lawabiding and Industrious citizens t protests against the invasion of reIllgious homes denounces the campaign of vllllflcatlon waged by tho dirty publications In question and finally calls on the President to cnI force existing law against the use of the malls by such Indecent journals I and if this be not sufficient to procure the enactment of a law that will deny them the aid of the Government in the circulation of their slanders DESERVED PROMOTION His legion of friends throughout I the city were greatly pleased Tuesday when announcement was made that Charles Raldy had been appointed Assistant Superintendent of Malls at the Louisville Postofflce succeeding Lawrence J Mackey who resigned I to become a candidate for Congress Robert L Stultz succeeds Mr Raidy hisfriendsmotion Both appointees have had long experience In the postal service and it Is safe to predict that they r will make a record satisfactory to the Government the public and their friends FATHER COTTERII j The Rev James H Cotter who Is widely known throughout the coun try as a lecturer and editorial writer for the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times will on August 16 celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of his pastorate of St Lawrence church at I I Ironton Ohio Father Cotter Is de servedly popular with all classes and his friends of the Catholic press will rejoice with him in the culmination of a quarter of a century of good work His devoted people In Ironton I are making preparations for a cele bration that will be in keeping with the importance of the event I TWO HAPPY YOUNG MEN I Joseph H Weller of Bellevue and Charles L McCloskey of Bloom field are two of the happiest young recepUytook I Knights of Columbus graduate schol arship and Saturday they received the welcome intelligence that both II had successfully passed The win ning of the prize makes them eligible t to the 1500X scholarship in I tho Catholic University of America at Washington D C Fortyone I candidates representing twenty three States were successful the scholarships being quite evenly dis tributed over the different sections of the country CORNERSTONE LAYING With all the impressiveness that characterizes tho ritual of the Catholic church and prescribed for such occasions the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of the diocese of Louisville with a large number of assisting priests will lay the cornerstone of tho new St Elizabeth church on East Burnet street on Sunday morning August 9 Rov Father James Assent Is the energetic pastor of St Elizabeths and under his administration the congregation has been steadily increasing in num bers Work will be pushed on the new edifice and when finished it will take rank with the largest and finest churches in Kentucky SUPPER BY LADIES The congregation of St Columbas church Thirtyfifth and Market of which Rev John D Kalaher Is the pastor wilt give their annual lawn fete next Wednesday and Thursday and are prepared to entertain great gatherings Euchre and lotto will be playedon the lawn both torndpns and evenings The ladles will serve hot suppers for which they have become noted An enjoyable time is assured all who attend The proceeds will be for the benefit of the new kool building now nearing eom V n2Lr f WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order URSULINES s First Teaching Order of Women to Be Established in the Church Founded First Convent Within Limits of the United States How They Protected and Cared For Young Girls From France THEY CONDUCT ACADEMY HERE By James A Rooney LL D To tho Ursullnes the daughters of St Angela and the first teaching order of women established In the church belongs the honor of having founded in 1727 the first convent within tho limits of tho United States though tho first house of the order In America had been founded In Canada by Mother Marie do 1In carnation nearly a hundred years beforeWhen in 1718 Blenvllle and his men transformed the abandoned In dian village of Tchoutchouma about 110 miles from the Mississippisii mouth Into a city which he named New Orleans In honor of the Due dOrleans of France the plans of De La Tour the chief engineer of the colony Included a parish church under the invocation of St Louis on whoso site the old Cathedral A stands today Here the Capuchins and Jesuits labored going among the scattered French and Indians and the new city grew apace until in 1725 they were ministering to about 1000 families Moro priests wero needed and when Father Nicholas Ignatius Beaubols the founder of ithe Jesuit mission decided to make a voyage to France to enlist volunteers for the work Blenvllle charged him to secure a band of nuns capable of taking r barge of an hospital and school Father do Beaubols visited the Ursullnes at Rouen and they agreed tu organize a band for a foundation y In the new world Under authority of a royal patent issued September 18 1726 Mother Mary Tranchepaln of St Augustine secured seven pro conventsIHauchard a novice and two postulants The little colony rein forced by Fathers Tartarin and Doutreleau sailed from LOrlent for Louisiana and reached New Orleans August 6 1727- Blenvllle received the Sisters with joy and as their convent was not yet ready for occupancy ho welcomed them to tho hospitality of his Townrhome They lost no time in beginning the work to undertake which they had journeyed so far arid onitho day after their arrival they took charge of the hospital and a school for poor children On taking pos session of their convent they opened an academy for girls tho first In stitution in the United States for tho education of women When they moved to a larger building in the lower part of the city in 1724 their first convent became tho Bishops residence and later was used as the chancery ofllco of tho diocese As tho Ursulines had established the first convent In the United States s It goes without saying that they numbered in their community the first nuns professed In the country of these Mary Turpin daughter lOne Canadian father and an Indian AmeriI can nun to take tho veil In this coun fICtyI BlenIas each band arrived they were con tided to tho care of the Sisters until suitable husbands were secured for them To vouch for their re spectability each girl on leaving home was given a curious casket whence they became known as cas ket girls and now many of the best families of Louisiana are proud to be able to trace their descent from these casket girls From these small beginnings the Ursulines have spread all over the United States numbering now about i 1800 professed nuns and they have strictly adhered to the original objects of their foundation which was expressly and exclusively the educa tion of young girls They aro found teaching in parochial schools and Conducting academies all over the country and In 1904 they established at New Rochelle the first Catholic college for women In the United StatesThe splendid Sacred Heart Acad emy at Crescent Hill Is conducted by tho Ursullno Sisters CHANGE FOR BETTER Friends of Phil McGovern the well known veteran letter carrier will be glad to learn that there has been a slight change for the better In his condition this week For over a month he has been confined to his home being for some time In a rather critical condition but his recovery though slow now seems assured f LEAVES FOR VACATION leftThursday theMales children accompanied hjnt i i L KENTUOKY XRISU JMERIO 1 1fiMR16fiNPUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY tsveted to tile Social and Moral AavaBceracment of Irish Americans and Cstaolles Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hiberalans Young MUlls Institute and Catholic Knights of America CBNTUClCY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COl orated Pullllher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Rntrd et till UnliTlJU Poitotflci u 8t ondClm flitter IMreii all Conmnalcatloni to the KENTUCKY IfMSH AMERICAN 319211 Wed Oren St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 1 1914 HOVE ITS TRUE Thursday the leaders of all the political parties In the United 1lng dam held a conference at the res- Idence of Sir Edward Grey the British Foreign Secretary and press dispatches while not giving the terms state that an agreement was reached between all parties In role lion to Irish home rule The International Situation was also under discussion after which It became known that the Government was taking precautions to prevent being surprised by eventualities i MAD WAR When this Issue reaches Its readers all Europe may be engage In a war the consequences of which the like has never been known Like many others we regret that Franc Joseph of Austria has not deemed I it meet to comply with the advice of the Pope not to stain his old ago with blood Ho could and thor fore he should have avoided the war which Insignificant as It Is now may perhaps very soon crimson all the battlefields of Europe With the I Cincinnati Enquirer wo think that Without loss of dignity the Emperor could have bowed his head tot tho wishes of the Supreme Pontiff TRIBUTE TO ICONOCLAST In the August number of Brann Iconoclast Editor Wlndlo pays the following tribute to the Catholl priest and nun Death and duty often go hand In hand This Is fro quently the case In the lives of priests and Sisters of Charity In Memphis and many other clUes visited by plagues you find monuments erected to tho memory of r priests and nuns who died tha others might live When friend fled when blood relations left victims to die these strange priest and Sisters came with medicine In their hands and a message of love sufferl i ia In a recent sermon on Catholicity its effect on the lives of its adherent s and some of the erroneous belief that have grown current the Rev George R Gebauer pastor of the First Unitarian church at Duluth Minn had this to say No greater helper to the Catholl church in the long run is there that the orator who indulges In gross misrepresentations He may tickl the cars of certain foolish people but he will disgust the thinking met and women and he will by his action only arouse sympathy for the church aud excite loyalty in the hearts of the lukewarm Catholic Ncl greater silliness is there than to rani s about an institution like the con fecslonal which fails to appeal tc uSbut which has been a source ol comfort to millions Certainly along s as Catholics are willing to give into the keeping of their priests the secrets of their souls it is no concern of ours And so too it is foolish to attack Catholic asceticism The great menace of the country is not the Catholic church nor the Menace for its days are counted but the spirit of ignorance fear and hatred r out of which such mad papers and orators arise To me it will seem that the Catholic church is not so much a menace as Uls a challenge It challenges the entire Protestant church to awaken and become a greater power for good in the lives of men It bids the various denom inations to work together in bar merry for the kingdom of God and r put aside all bickering and jealousy It calls to the Protestant church to rival it in good works And it has its challenge for the free man in religion It bids him to prove his greater nobler faith by nobler greater works URIAH HEAPS If the Guardians of liberty and similar cattle are engaged in the l Ik and holy calling they claim tn- 1ijQWhanpans it thai they Jmme diaUly deny when their names are pratdTheyeM to be quite as t bumble M the detestable nffrlaa Heap J Watch the man the knockers are Irectinc their hummer acaiastJJ k He Is accomplishing something No man ever made any headway without opposition Tho further he advance the greater the anvil chorus Failure Is always Jealous of success Plus X the parish priest of Chris I tendom will have been Pope eleven years next Tuesday May God long spare him upon earth The nomination of Beckham would jeopardize the chances of the entir I Democratic ticket In November TWIN CITY FIELD MEET Tomorrow afternoon at EclipsI Park will occur the annual field meet of the Twin City Baseba League which is certain to surpas any athletic event ever witnessed In Louisville Tho schedule of event Includes a hundred yard dash for three prizes long distance throw fo two prizes circling tho bases for three prizes relay race for hand some cup donated by the Louisville Times and tho pig chase In those preceding the relay race there are twentyfour entries and in the latte thirtytwo Ed Wolfe is Chairman of the meet and Dan J Hennessy Thomas F Burke and John J Barr will act as judges while E M Cat trey and H Wollin brink will be UK timers Joseph Hanrahan has been selected for starter and Ed Stein bock and Leo Ullrich will act as scorers First place in the event will count three points second placi two and third one and the player receiving the highest number of points in all events will receive ia Palm Beach suit and a 10 pair of trousers Each ticket of admIssIon will bear a duplicate coupon and the holder of the lucky one will receive a load of coal The event that promises the mos amusement is the pig chase Tho pig is to be greased so as to make It the hardest proposition the players have handled this season To thf player who has the best grip and succeeds in catching the pig will be given a 4 fielders glove Whet caught the porker will be given tc the Little Sisters of the Poor The allstar ball game will be s a royal contest and should be wit nessed by all those who have beet attending the free games of the Cath ollc League Ed Wolfe who has done the greatest work for this organization will pilot the Red team while Henry Coleman will try to slit one over with the Greens The line up of the two teams will be as fol lowsRedsR Haragan or J Scully p Bluel or Janslng c Voor 1b1 Thornton or Shrcck 2b Joe Burke Sb N Murphy s s Jack Sheehan I f Renn c f Chester or Shadd r f Greens E Harrigan or Henry p Thompson or Ellers cj Ciegg lb Kennealy or Hubsch 2b OBrien 3b Morris s s Lovett 1 f Hogan c f Finn r f ROB AND SET FIRE Burglars entered the home of E tf Caffrey 1720 Fourth street last Saturday while the family were away and after making away with Jewelry and clothing worth over HOO the Intruders tried to cover their tracks by setting fire to the house Fortunately neighbors saw tho smoke issuing and turned In an alarm The firemen responded promptly and saved the house from the flames Mr Caffrey and Mrs Caffrey returned before the firemenI had left BIG FISH FRY The big fish fry and picnic to be given Monday at Phoenix Hill by the people of St Agnes parish and the fathers of the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Nowburg road promises to be an affair out of the ordinary and ono that all will enjoy Besides the fish fry and other attractions a novel and pleasing feature will be the distribution of a large number of well ruled and beautifully decorated bas kets Friends of St Agnes are Invited to come and bring their friends for whom there will be music and entertainment both afternoon and eveningINDUSTRIAL COMMISSION Next Monday and Tuesday the United States Commission on Industrial Relations will hear evidence in he city of Lead SU as to Industrial conditions in that place and iclnltx and In particular as to the dispute between the Right Rev BIshop Busch and the Homestake MIning Company on the question of Sunday observance This case it will be recalled came into prominence bout a year ago when Bishop 3usch bandoned his see city and appealed to the Catholic clergy and laity to sslst him in his lIght for a Sunday rest day for the workers in his diocese VACATION JOYS INCREASE The beautiful grounds of the lathollc Summer School at Cliff HavellN Yare now furnishing joy and recreation to nearly a thou and guests While amusements are lentiful the educational features at ract gerat interest The lectures of the week were delivered by the ReV MJAh8rn SLJof Canlalus College Buffalo RlY1I JP+ Duffy freer rofel4lOttnSt Josephs eminery at TpnVers Mad WlUla- DLaUt Harris President of the Kuiitclpl Art Society of New York o 1 L9cTvMisses Bren lli nan are sojourning at French Lick Springs Miss Mae Tlerney of 1119 West Broadway is spending a month wit friends in Ohio 1 Miss Mary OHern of South Lout vllle left Saturday for West Baden Bedford and Chicago Miss M ry McGInty was the guest of Miss Loretta Conway at Flora Heights the past week Miss Mollle Collins who w11l spend a month abroad was amon the weeks arrivals in Liverpool Miss Durrett Oglesby who wasthe guest of Miss Vera Dorn returne Sunday to her home at Prestonla Mr and Mrs Lyons of the Wet End have returned from a two weeks sojourn at Dawson Springs Mrs Maggie Shea another of Deputy Jailer Pat Shea left Sunday tto spend two weeks at Martlnsvllle Inc John Fein of New Albany 1eft Saturday to visit his uncle the Rev Father Henry Fein at Greensbur Ind Miss Maggie Keenan who 10ft last week for New York anile Thursday to spend a month in Eu opeMrs Mary Whalen entertained party of friends on Friday evenln In honor of her cousin Corinne Ic Nally Among the guests registered Uils week at White Mills were Horac McCrocklin R G OBrien and K Mazzoni Mrs M J McClusky and Mrs B F Pemberton have returned from a visit to Mrs Ed D Shinnick at Sholbyvllle Misses Rose OConnor and Anna bel Cox were among those from Louisville spending the past week at Atlantic City Miss Minnie Kellner and Masts John Fred Kellner spent tho pas week in Frankfort visiting Mrs William Weitzel Miss Christine Moran and Master Charles Moran of Highland Park have been visiting the Ursuline Sis tors at St Joseph Miss Marie Speckert has been honor guest at several social gather ings in Indianapolis where shqnit ited Miss Helen Volz Miss Ella Lawrence Gardner a- New Albany has gone to Terre Haute to spend several weeks at St Mary of fhe Woods Academy Miss Ida Raidy left Monday to spend seevral weeks at Artemus as the guest of Thomas Hayden and wife former residents of this city Miss Anna King of 1519 Wes Breckinridge street will leave Mon day with a party of friends to spend a month at the Michigan lake resorts Mrs James McKenna and Miss Betty McKenna of Fairfield wll leave next week to spend the re malnder of the summer at Salt Lake City Joseph L Sohm Jr Is rejoicing over a visit of the Stork to his homo and the arrival of a fine baby boy For the past week he has been kept busy receiving congratulations Miss Lulle Tlerney of 1119 West Broadway returned last week iron an extended visit to New York City liar sister Miss Josephine Tierney will remain in the East until September i Miss Irma Lyons gave a picnic and Miss Ruth Corbett entertalnei with dinner in honor of Miss Olivia Sermersheim of Jasper Ind who has been visiting them at their homes in New Albany llfiss Alice Schaulle loft Monday for Chicago After a few days visit there she will leave for Santo Fe- N M to visit her sister Before returning home she will visit iIn Pueblo Colorado Springs Denver Kansas City and St Louis Miss Mary Keane of 1305 West ladlson street will return home tomorrow from a trip to Mobile Ala where she visited tho family of her ancle John Lincoln and at Nash ville was the guest of her cousins llr and Mrs Louis Becoulet In both cities Miss Keane was the reI ilplent of much social attention and Lade numerous new friends Miss Mary E Ryan daughter of Irs Lula Freund Ryan and the ato John Ryan of Jeffersonville md Benjamin F McCartin of Selleraburg were united in marriage with a nuptial mass Tuesday morn ReY1Fatherthe ceremony The bride and groom are both popular and a large gatbII ring of friends witnessed their unIon A delightful birthday surprise party was given Saturday evening by Mr and Mrs O J Heusel 805 West twentYlthirdiI lusiCj dancing and various refreshments I afforded an enjoyable evening for all The following guests were entertained Misses IFronle Klpp lIIayme Allgior Rose Kurtzendorfer tula Frank Rose Allgler Margaret rlscoll Katherine Allgler Gladys Heusel Leila Anne Lopp Barbara llgler Edith Heusel Carrie Jones of Chicago Messrs Marx Frank George Allgler George Glass Henry Glan Henry Bellinger Joseph Iverlch Will Welgel M JJ Healy f- New York Martin Flynn George und8rt George Flynn George eusei John Kaehler Forte Isaac tartln Hnqti Fred Schmidt Arthur lynn Arthur AtliUrj Herbert Heul8lW1ll arJijlnt rJBudCa1enter Harry Holed law and MM glee Will Carpenter Noah DeckerC- T IIIiri VOTE FOR GOV JAMES B McCREARY I DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary Saturday August 1 1914 He Helped to Redeem Kentucky From Republican Rule by 31000 Majority As Democratic Nominee He Will Win in November Will Leonard of Anchorage and Bernice Foster of Elgin Ill iNI1i TS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Else where Before another year passes the order will be about 400000 strong Syracuse Knights have ove 28000 subscribed to their building fundThe national convention that opens Tuesday at St Paul will be the largest ever hold The Knighls of Indianapolis are now engaged in an effort to secure 100000 for a new home The Syms Mansion a family land mark of Hoboken N J has been purchased by Carroll Council for its club house In the Indianapolis Catholic League the Knights of Columbus lost only two games and won the baseball championship- St Paul Council which will en tertain the national convention next week has a membership of about 1100 and one of the most beautiful and commodious club houses in the country INTO NEW QUARTERS Thomas Keenan the widely known undertaker has moved into his now quarters at 1529 West Market street Here ho has erected a three story building and ono of the finest mortuary chapels to be found any where ONE DAY OFF Because of the Twin City field meet at Eclipse Park that league has no games scheduled for tomorrow afternoon Tho race for the pen nant continues exciting the Champions and Olympics being again tied for first place but the games a week from tomorrow may result in a number of changes Following is the official standing Club Won Lost Pc- tChantprons12 2 85- 1Olytnptcs12 2 8- 51no9 5 643 Shamrocks 8 6 511 Imperials 6 8 429 Trinity S- Mackln 9 357 3 11 214 Knights Columbus 1 33 071 DATES FOR BAZAR The General Committee In charge of the bazar for the benefit of Sts Mary and ElIzaboth Hospital held a meeting Tuesday night E J Parker presided and W P McDon ogh acted as Secretary the different parishes being well represented The bazar will be held in Uederkram Tall opening September 30 and doe ing October 3 From now on com mittees will be working to make this affair one that will interest the gen 3ral public LEXINGTON Joseph jMinogue formerly of this ity but now employed by the Louis vl11e f ftraehyllle Railroad Company at Lexington who was struck in the right lung with asfcr7 bullet during a pistol light between negroM at the fnlon Station on Wednesday ot last reek is improving at St Josephs otpiUii arid will recoverII FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood VaudevilleA- ND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band The Big Sanitary Swim ming Pool opens today Reserved seats on sale at T P Taylor Drug Co No3 Fourth near Wa- lnutRIVERVIEW Iwlsvlllii Gnat AmusemintiPark OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singers Mr Dlefanbach Is again in charge of the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children accompanied by parents free 75c to Cincinnati 100 For the Round Trip ON STEAMERS City of Louisville City of Cincinnati Every Saturday at 5 P M 50c Meet the Boat Trip Every Sunday at 9 A M 50 CENTS ROUND TR- IPMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St aJiw Muldoon Monument Cot MINNEAPOLIS TODAY Itrh6 Colonels will tackle Joe antillons Minneapolis team today playing a double header tomorrow and although the Colonels are lightly crippled they should have no trouble in breaking even on the cries and on leaving there should Lave easier sailing with the St Paul earn who are hopeless talleaders The Xouiavllle team has made a good showing on the road thus far and also have been a good drawing cardwhlchfs especially satisfaC tory to Owner Wathen the financial result on this trip and the rodent home stay being the beet thus far- of the season The crippling of latclter Clemens atJrlllw u1MeUIit 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914 VOTE FOR BENNETT U YOUNG CANDIDATES FOR United States Senator SHORT TERM Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914 VOTEFOR- A 0 STANLEY f THE WORKINGMANSFRIEND Subject t- CASINO 0 Action of the Democratic Party AND ORPHEUM- THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses In Louisvlle Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY 418 WEST ORMSBY AVENUE Conducted by Dominican Sisters from the Mother House of the Order St Catherine Sienna Convent Springfield Ky The Academy cifers a thorough Primary Preparitory Commercial and Academic Courses and special attention is liven the ttudv of Music and Art Lessons in Needle Work are inciubed in the curriculm For information address the Academy unfortunate for the team Just at this stage ot the race but in case there la still a contest between these two teams later on the local fans will have an opportunity to witness the fray Milwaukee making their last stand of the season here on Septem ber 1 for four games Louisvilles other Jonah team the Clevelands will be here next Saturday for a tourgame serleaand the Colonels will be out for revenge WHEN SHOES HURT If a shoe pinches in any particular part a cloth wrung outia hot water and laid over the place while the boot is on the foot wiU expand the leather and give relief NURSBS IN PLENTY lareetin y I 111ggNTUOKY YRISH AMERIGAr2 IiOUGHERTY t McELIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PIIONES Cumb Main 9U8wIIomeCity 2008 o1zt II U III III US I+IooHJH I 11111 H+ N NNNN NMtM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071y J J BARRETTS SONS I 822 FUNERAL AND Eat DIRECTORSII ++H+ 111 11 +aazryartas I Iy 1 I i I UuloJliz J J 1 I I I I I Ho THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director o and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 NN N Om l NON NMNNPf R NW SMITHS SONS1 AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 iWEST STREET t 809 JEFFERSON i + id84Nr oooo4 oo Qw iwurCi06ri040400r- 0iDR J T CHAWK I Y Veterinary xInfirmary713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET I ttBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE JH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky B r FINB WINES AL KOJLB AGNESII 323 West Green Street t LIQUORS alQAIt- eHi3 + 7i1I1Na I+Z 1 1 Z I 1 1 01 + II I I 2 I 1 2U 1 2 Z I IHoJ2 1 2 SAVES THE THE RUBII CLEAN EASY L WAY i Simply Stir the Clothes Ten Minutes wrmr o G SOAP LOUISVILLE SOAP COMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY fIve your bop aa education that will prepare them for ille- ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway tollayWe Xy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Buslnesi Courses Preparatory Department Largi Swlmmang Pool Wen Equipped uymnlL slum Terms Moderate Dlr HBOSSESO Funeral Directors and Embalmers SR1qn IVJFtr2Nr- uT1 t 4 r- le All the lateand new Styles and Shapell I can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sQuick Meal- Gas Ranges Are Excellent Moat Excellent Specially adapted for the economics tae of natural gas GEHER 2 SON 215 W Market Near S c HKi ATTENDS CIIAPTERII Rev Father Peter Englert 0 F M of St Boniface Monastery was in Cincinnati the first part of the week where he attended the annual chapter of the Franciscan Fahers held on Tuesday at St Anthonys Monastery Mt Airy RACK HOME Attorney Austin E Walsh re turned home the first of the week after a successful ten days business trip to Chicago and Milwaukee While impressed with those cities he says that for him they are not In It with Louisville HAPPILY WEDDED A pretty wedding was solemnized with a nuptial mass early Tuesday morning at St Patricks church when Robert A Davin led to the altar Miss Corinno McNally a popular l young lady of that parish The bride and groom are now on their wedding trip and after August 10 will be at home at 621 North Twen I tyfirst street The best wishes ot- a I host of friends follow them into j their new life I RIVERVIEW Rivervlow Park snakes a delight ful place for an outing as the cool river breeze is a refreshing experi ence in itself But RIvervlew offers in addition thereto many other delights There are the free picnic tables the playgrounds for the children the open air concerts and the Spotless Kitchen which offers a fine menu and uptodate service with every delicacy of the season awaiting your order PRIEST RESCUES WOMAN The Rev John J Downey pastor of St Michaels church at Hartford J Conn was playing golf near Good win Park pond on Saturday when a patient of a sanitarium jumped from her carriage and threw herself Into the water The priest plunged In after her and despite the womans struggles in which his face was scratched brought her to shore HELP HOME RULE Ten thousand dollars was sent to the Trustees of the Irish home rule fund In Dublin by Thomas B Fitz patrick of Boston National Treas urer of the United Irish League Tuesday night In a letter accom panying the draft Treasurer Fitz patrick says that recent events haveII Intensified the feeling of sympathy among IrishAmericans and that further financial aid will be exII tehded NICE GIFTII The late Susan L Emery author of the Inner Life of the Soul and other works left her writings to the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America Maryknoll OssTning N Y Miss Emery was a distinguished convert and from her Protestant days had a special interest In foreign missions Her sister who never be came a Catholic was one of the leaders in Protestant mission move ments BISHOP COMPLETES BURSE The Providence diocese through the Right Rev Bishop Harkins has lately completed a burse 5000 In the American Foreign Mission Sem inary at Maryknoll Osslning N Y The money has been invested and the interest will be applied to the train ing of a missionary priest The hope has been expressed by Bishop Harkins that Rhode Island shall al ways have at least one representa the at this seminary for which from its start the Bishop of Providence has manifested an active sympathy CONDEMNS BIG PARASITE Father OHara is the Chalrmna o the Industrial Welfare Commission of the State of Oregon This com mission is charged with the admin istration of the new law of that State for the establishment of mini mum wages for women workers The spirit in which the commission entered its work is shown In thi statement by Father OHara An industry which does not pay Its employes enough to cover their necessary living is a parasite on the homes of the poor and is subsidize- by its employes If any industry i- so Important to the community as to deserve to be sustained by a subsid such a subsidy should come fro some other source than Its girlsTho Oregon statute does not i iII Itself fix the minimum wages empowers the commission to fix thorn with regard to the facts and the surrounding conditions of each Industry Several lawsuits contest Ing the rules of tho commission an attacking the validity of the statute have been decided by the trial Judge in favor of the law and of the commissions rules In that case Concerning this litigation Father OHara says The principle on which the act is based Is that tho welfare of women must take pre cadence over tiny commercial con sideration The mothers of the future generation should not ba sacrificed to industrial gain This is the first time the question has ever been taken Into the courts In this country but similar measures have been In effect In Europe and Aus I tralia for many years The trial Judge ruled that as the law regulat I ing the number of hours of labor for women and minors la within the police powerand constitutional so a law fixing a minimum1 wage is within the police power CARDINAL MANNINGS SIOUX It was Cardinal Manning who related this Incident as having ha pened to himself One night I was returning to m1l residence in Westminster when I met a poor man carrying a basket and smoking a pipe I thought over this He who smokes gets thirsty he who is thirsty desires drink he who drinks too much gets drunk he who gets drunk endangers his soulr This man Is in danger of mortal tinI us sate hint I afectI6natalyy rrLet Hd plat Are you a Cithollc I am think be to God whirre you trpia1 u a P 1 COME TO SEE US IN OUR NEW QUARTERS- A A larger floor space and a beau tiful show room will enable us toII serve you quicker and better than heretofore Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BET MAIN AND MARKET ROGERS CHURCH GOODS C- OSOCIETYDIRECTORY A O IX DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDor mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Kcenun Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresldentCJ Ford Vice President J J Sullivan I Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentlnelTliomas Ilannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland President John M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 f Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArms Thomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Y M I MACIvIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice President John Ken neySecondVlce President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will 3assln TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Slmonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Sehuler From Cork your riverence Are you a member of the Total Abstinence Society No your rlverence Now said I that is very wrong Look at me I am a member Faith maybe your riverence has need of It tI shook hands with him and left AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His AmericasBy James A Rooney LL D August 1 1902Death at Hyatts Tdcommandedsthe Marine Corps during the trou inycemeterymMdgAugust 2 1913 Death of Dom Antoine Pierre Oger mitered Abbot of Trappist Monastery of Oka Canada born in La Jumel hero Franco June 17 1852 consecrated in 1892 rebuilt monas 23dschool of agriculture August 3 1891Death of the Right Rev Kilian Caspar Flasch second Bishop of La Crosse W1s born at Retzstadt Bavaria July 1C 1837 ordained at St Francis Seminary Wls September 16 1859 consecrated August 24 1881 August 4 1816Samuel Bishop noted New England lawyer con vert baptized and confirmed 1InI St Patricks church New Castle Maine by Bishop Cheverus and made his first holy communion tin presence of many distinguished members of the bar August 61913Reath of the Rev David N Burke pastor of St Agnes church Lake Placid N Y devoted early life to teaching United States Consul at Porto Cabello 1885 Bahia 1887 Malaga 1891lTangler 1896 or dained to the priesthood December 19 1903 by Bishop CQItonof Buffalo opJesus which was suppressed b Clement XIX ln 1773 restored and reestablished by the Bull Solicitude Omnium Eccleslarum of Plus VII Plus X has granted many indulgences to all taking part in the observance of the centenary August 8 1819 =Dedication of 8 Josephs Cathedral Bardstown Ky by Bishop Benedict Joseph Flageti with the moat Imposing cerembhleB WttD8tI8edVP to that time Blahopeleet John llaptl David preaching the sermon 0 REQUESTS TO CHARITY John Murray a pioneer contractor of NeV York City and a member of the Tammany Hall Central Commit ee who died recently gave 39500 to Catholic charities by his will which has just been probated SUPREME COURT The Supreme Court of the United States is at present composed of nine Judges In all only sixtytwo men have served in the Supremo Court since Its creation In 1789 Edward D White of Louisiana is the pres ent Chief Justice HARKED FROM ALTARS Rome dispatches say a strict decree has just been issued by the Sacred Congregation of Rites in which elec tric lights are absolutely forbidden on or over any altar containing time Blessed Sacrament or the relics of a saint TAKES HIGHEST GRADE Sister Earnesta Minder of St Johns Hospital Springfield 111 was recently given the highest grade ever awarded by the Illinois State Board of Pharmacy St John has more registered pharmacists on its staff than any other hospital In that State YOUTHFUL BISHOPS The youngest Bishop in the world whoIsandlaBishopbiconsecratedfor thlrtytourFONTAINE FERRY This week marked the beginning of the secdnd half of the season at ManagerBilger wastheahead for next week in the vaude ville continuesmusical selections in the free con certs snapthatthis will be the banner bathing year as hundreds of converts have been andfreshTHE REASON WHY Many Catholics do not know the reason why green vestments are used so frequently on Sundays this year Orson Is the proper color for all Sundays outside the penitential whentheseded by a feast of higher class Formerly many feasts of saints were madetherearrangement effected by time pres ent Pontiff the offices of most saints that fall on a Sunday now drop out and receive a simple commemoration instead EDITOR WRITES PLAY willbeI successfullaunching Divine Friend by Charles Phillips editor of the Monitor of San Fran- cIsco It will be produced by Mar garet Anglln the Catholic actress Mr Phillips Is one of the youngest journalIsm workhasworld His Back Homo a Christmas greeting to father and mother is considered one of the best of Its kind In verse and received a high commendation from Col Roosevelt productionhasknown Dead written after a visit hasbroughtreaders of the Catholic press wish triumphantr DlvinFriendPAINT AND POWDER One New Jersey young woman asks the priest editor of the Mount Carmel Bulletin the question Is It wrong to use paint and powder on my face The summer sun makes my nose red unless I use powder andt sometimes I look ghastly unless I employ Just a little paint To this Father Rongetti replies The use of paint and powder becomes sinful only when It Is used with n bad Intention Very tow women use paint and powder for an evil purpose an these few usually show their evil intentions in other ways But listen t me Mary I did not ridicule th use of paint and powder because IIti was sinful but because many of our innocent girls anxious to bo 1 inl todt would suppose from the way that young ladles are daubing and plas tering themselves that the nature- femlgine face was a thing to be ashamed of I should like to kno 1tho honest opinion of our young men about this practice PerhapsI some of you will send them to us And now the papers say we are toI have the crowning glory of woman hood her flowing tresses to match her gownslThe same lady will appear during one week with hair of five or six different colors ANDREW JACKSON Andrew Jackson born of Irish parents who was the seventh President of the United States wa first employed in making saddles and It was from the shop of th saddler that he entered a law office at the age of eighteen From this profession he entered politics then into the army and after defeating 12000 veterans at the battle o- t t New Orleans he became our Chia- y Executive EDUCATION AND CHARACTER Education that does not mold character is not education It is impossible to build character without a religious foundation A goodl thnthe futility of education wlthoiit0o ntttalk r 1 1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO 1 INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use OrdMT a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Nome 76717672 Cumb Wilt C9 SALVATQR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 lIIE 3 WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers vSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent Startt QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE YIN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL CINCORPORATED PHONE CITYJt 12 GUS CADE GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE CREAMt PHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street PHOENIX HILL PARK- r Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies ands parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts 03ARRY DECKER Assistant Manager HERRMANN BROS- t IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Barnds of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PearlI of Nelson IBOTTLEDI IN BOND STREETdIIfI there IB a plaee In all the irorlc where a woman will have ken say it la Jn the Ultphjint p On That Vacation Trip YOU CAN NOT get along with out a Camera We can fit you out with one from 2 upwards We will be glad to explain SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 West Jaffsrira LoulirllEi i BEDDING PLANTS GeraniumsRoses- Ueleotrope 9 Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE I Both Phones 223 FRED ERHART- ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES of LoaJsrlllei Particular Smokers tiy TARPY SPECIAL tOe Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar I The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unloaaiad and time bestxaade for the mosey For sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPYCOMAxK8 SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET EsfgitOe11897 IMM Plane CHy 5111 DONT FORGET TIm National HattClllnlnlWOrkII CON J KOLB PROP Whea you want yotu eld tats mat new oisad533 WEST MARKETSL V kJN tUCKY RISH AME ICAN HERMAN STOUS tj SONS 0rOURTH AVENUE NvCDFPDOetCD MARKET STREET EMBROIDERY FOR 1 CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful Hiehclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncines ilauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot fresh and new They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmatioa dresses waists and costumes Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard S9ca Dainty Baby FlouncingAll handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for 59c per yard d Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncinjr 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss FlouncingIn floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover EmbroiderYIn neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates 11 I III1IIII1 oCoH 111111 1IIII1 II alII 11 I I111 f 1 PRESENTATION ACADEMY Northeast Corner Fourth and Breckinridfte Streets A Day School conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth KentuckyThe aim of the Institution is to give an education at once religious solid anb refined Classical Literary and Special Courses Latest methods in Voice Culture Piano Harp Violin Cornet Harmony China Painting Painting in Oil Water Colors Embroid ery Plain Sewing etc School reopens Tuesday September 8 rti IiI Phone City 3238 nn 30 Surety Coupons 70courThis is a delicious blend In quality equal to many higher priced coffees JOHN M MULLOY It A ICXDIA I UpStairs Store JMIDSUNIlMER SPECIA SFeatherweight Materials for hot weather Coat and Pants to order 18 and 20 Palm Beach Suits 1250 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 0 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EATt MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t lWHNSIl IN Horn City 3101 Cumb Sonth 900Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pittsburg and JellieD Coal Office and YardsFifteenthand Magnolia Avenue y HI 10 or t or or tot 0110 1o1oSo i + + to + oJ ot +FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES xYou Can Make a Square Meal Of Our Round Steak cratm pkm NIK jB7a HWI pbm city 5252 900 Franklin Street Jo+H + 01 to + or M Jb 1AHMM P IANNON JR LAWRENCE J VEENEUAN Pn labs Vice Pas lUnn SewtUry BANNON PIPE CO sewer aalCnlvart lipe BaBBeas Pateat Lla e4 Pipe for Steam Ceaamits Wall CepiB Draia Tile Titrilei IricK lireP qfleLl18g Fire Brick Grate aai Beiler Tile Cre ai Fire Clay ChlmHey Teps OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 OUMB MAIN 50- 7tLLl3ik 6lUIt aidBrack ed Mageell H Ave Bet 9th sxd d1tU I I 0 PI =MARY ELEOTION AUGUST 1 1914 VOTE FORr BENNETT H YOUNG CANDIDATE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR SHORT TERMSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party Louisvilles Only Candidate HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary will enter tain with a dance at Sennlngs Part I on Monday August 10 I Chicago Hibernians at a meeting j held last week raised over 1000 for the Irish National volunteers I Thirty thousand people are looked I for at the Irish day celebration of the Hibernians of Columbus on Aug ust 5- The j Ladles Auxiliary of Pueblo Col Is rejoinclng over the new members secured this time of the yearAt all the meetings to be held next week there will be rreports of the proceedings of the national con vention Hlbernlans of Central Falls R I have arranged tor a testimonial to be tendered James Wilson former English political prisoner The members are still chuckling over the Pousse Cafe cartoons In the Times of last Saturday when many prominent Hibernians were depicted Tho State convention will now at tract the attention of the members throughout Kentucky Covington will have a hearty welcome for all visitors The members of Division 4 were anxious to greet County President Connelly Monday evening to hear about the twins but he failed to show up- Division 1 of New Albany will have a great picnic at Gienwood Park on August 4 Committees are arranging an attractive list of amusementsDivision 20 of Chicago has made plans for raising and equipping a complete regiment by August 15 to be ready at a moments notice for service In Ireland The hall of Division 2 should be tilled Thursday night to receive the report from the annual picnic This will contain some welcome news for the members ot that divIsion Division 1 will meet Tuesday nIght As the last meeting was passed quite an amount of business must be transacted and therefore the members are urged to attend State President Miss Fannie Ken ledy of the Ladies Auxiliary and County President Miss Mary Cor- coran will report on the proceedings- of the Norfolk convention at the j meeting next Wednesday evening There will be a large gathering at he meeting of the ladles Auxiliary text Wednesday night to hear the reports of Miss Fannie Kennedy and mss Mary Corcoran who repre sented Kentucky In the national con entlon The national officers accompanied by the divisions of Norfolk paid rlbuto to the memory of Father Ryan the poet priest of the South when they placed a wreath at the root of the shaft erected to him in Elmwood cemetery Division 3 continues to Increase Its membership since entering Its own home This dlvison Is now attracting J interest everywhere and IsII entertpriseI President Maloney will conduct one I ot the largest initiations that has taken place in recent years COUNTRY OUTING Tlteee whoJlJota country flenloc A 81Vasper81 Indigestion I since I took Pastor KoenIgs Nerve Ionlc my mind IIs relieved and the melancholy and the blues are away from me I thank God for the Tonic and am telling people what a good medicine It is Rev A E Dray LoganNwith a tremorllko sensation In my arms I tried I became Quite nervous at times and hands and disturbance moro or less In my head like dull pain did not for society but Pastor Koenlgs careITonic relieved the trouble I Rev J B MeIster of Detroit writes Pastor KoenIgs Nerve Tonic is m great blessing and an enormous bene factor to tho suffering FREE A Valuable Book on Ner vous Diseases and Simple bottle to nr ddren Poor pi I tlentt also get the medicine free Prepared by REv FATHER KOZNIG ol Fort Wayne lad tinel 1876 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago Ill 62 W Lake Str ft near Dearborn Sold by Drnfflitut SlpcrbottU 6forSS- Large Size 175t 6 Both tot SS and outing will have opportunity next Tuesday on the beautiful and shady grounds of Holy Trinity church at St Matthews when the people of that congregation will have an allday festival and chicken I supper There will be music games races and refreshments and a really good time The Walnut street and Interurban cars pass the grounds RECENT DEATHS The sympathy of many friends chllIdrenandI mother they loved Her funeral wasIheld yesterday morning from St I Josephs church Sunday the angel of death entered the happy home of Lee and Emma Hoerter 1823 Lytle street and took their infant son Charles to heaven Tho funeral took place Tuesday morning with interment In 3tLouls cemetery The Church of Our Lady lost an other of its old and faithful mem erswhen Alfred Uncleback of 3320 Bank street passed to his eternal reward Sunday morning His funeral was held Tuesday morning Rev Father Connlft officiating at the solemn obsequies Funeral services over the remains of Richard W Lawton for many 1 years a conductor on the Lpulsvllle I 1 Nashville railroad were held Tuesday morning at Holy Name hurch file died Sunday at his home 4720 Grand boulevard and besides his wife Mrs Mary Lawton leaves I one daughter Mrs Lila Grady 1 A last tribute was paid to Mrs Alice Morris widow of Patrick lorria and mother of Misses Anna and Della and Dennis Morris by a lumber of friends at the Sacred Heart church from reberuneral took place Monday morning r rhe solemn mass of requiem was s celebrated by the Rev Patrick jl1 Walsh who spoke feelingly In a brief ermon on life and death x AlVFUT WOMKN M womealaonolotseachl will largely ancraase this umber t IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Jasper Tully was elected County Councillor for the Balllnlough divis ion of Roacommon tt- At the annual meeting ot the Kilkenny County Council John But ler was unanimously reelected as ChairmanThe Government Board has refused to sanction an improvement loan for the erection ot laborers cottages at Ballymahon Frank McDonagh one of the oldest and most highly respected Galway merchants passed away at the age of sixtythree years The death is announced of the Rev Canon Andrew Murphy V G Limerick The death followed the amputation of a leg He was or dained In October 1886 The Dromore West Board of Guardians at a recent meeting de cided to have a block of buildings to the rear of the workhouse set apart for a fever hospital Tho residence of Thomas Hynes Clonkeen near Edenderry was recently burned to the ground The family had a narrow escape Hynes father who was Ill was with difficulty removed At the annual meeting of the Carlow Agricultural and Technical Committee the Most Rev Dr Foleyi was reelected Chairman of the committee and Walter Kavanagh1 Vice Chairman Continuous dry weather is causing farmers In the County Limerick great anxiety as grass Is getting very poor and water for cattle and domestic purposes is only pro curable at considerable trouble and expenseJoseph AugherrYderrylamond Jtragowna river Ho went out for a lays fishing and not returning In he evening a search was made and pooltenmd children At Perragh County Leltrlm 3000 National Volunteers held a parade Many of the volunteers wore uniforms and carried rifles Almost every squad in Leltrlm has ManyIrishAmericans ide Clones corps of the Irish National volunteers which now numbers about 500 have appointed John P Small as their commander Small has seen some military service hav ng been a member of the army veterinary staff In South Africa luring the Doer war At the meeting of the Meath County Committee of Agriculture iII LadyEverarded Chairman and Vice Chairman respectively of both the Agrl cultural and Technical Instruction lommltteoa Lady Everard who presided returned thanks atCachedpreantedandpurseIf his golden jubilee Father Vheatley In a feeling reply said he had labored among them for fifty years and what Made his life so happy there was the practical piety sad extraordinary friemdllnewr of he people 0 + i li 1 NNPO ttfilltr For Your Furniture WantIE 1 WANT YOUR RAD My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEe 425 427 and 429 East Market Street e I SAORED HEART ACADEMY st The oraulino Boarding School For Young Women and Girls Terms moderate Classes reopen September 8 Catologue sent free Address Secretary Crescent Hill St Matthews PO Louisville Ky NNKN V4NNNrNKN11NWNN N111M i i I WIIioL1 SALE INCORPORATED AND RETAIL PHONESOUTH 2Sw CITY 1866 T TT Central Coal and Iron Coe INCORPORATED 207 PAUL JONES BUIL- DINGCOAL Render Jellico Smokeless Anthracite HAY FEVERDoctors say take a trip We say Take LESELIA and ROSELIA They Cost Little But They Cure Hay Fevar NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THISSICRATURE i FOR SALE BALL i FIRST CLASSIi Leselia Fewer Remedies Co i i LOUISVILLE INCORPORATED KENTUCKY i m 1 The Last DollarIIIITbat II- J you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a J SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED n twice a year There MAY COME a time whoa your LAST DOLLAR must bo spent for somethiag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the j dollars you are wasting might keep that bard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co IaFifth and Court Place unOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m tIIC SCSVV N N N00NN NONN N GERMAN NKiiWe Art Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS iij f 124 SOUTH i fI Pending erection BETWEEN of our FIETHSTREETii J FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WMF MAYERMa- rket Bet Fourth and Fifth AWNINGS AND TENTS IA llarge stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning CoB- OTHPHONES2l27 120 N THIRD ST u x I n