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Kentucky Irish American: June 19, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915061901_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: June 19, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. IUALITY BICYCLES "Every Make" CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPORATED. 105 West Broadway KENTUCKY NO. 25. which liquor Is lawfully sold, and why should It cost nearly one million dollars annually to care for the ! Insane, etc,? If prohibition prevents pauperism why Is the paupeer rate In In IRIH Noll. AMEklCA REPUBLICANS and Ills Prohibition . Policies. now would ho the resignation of Beckham as United States Senator, and it is believed that It would bo the proper thing for the latter to do, the two Busy B's then being able to go on tho Chautauqua circuit and lecture on grape juice to their heart's contont. The Democratic party could well survive their loss. LUCY BRENNAN DEAD. MOfl Master, of Thel CENTURY CYC( INCORPORATE VOLUME XXXIV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 19 1915. PROHIBITION. Problem or Liquor Traffic monopolizes tlio Attention of Our Dny. SHAKEUP British Cabinet Likely to Have to Undergo Futher Chnuges. lias From Time Immemorial Baffled Civilization of All Nations. Kansas higher than the pauper rate ten States where liquor Is lawfully sold? Don't talk about prohibition blessings In Kansas. Among tlio States that have had we find that Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New HampIllinois, Iowa, shire, Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania and South Dakota have abandoned prohibition for license. This goes to show that prohibition has had a rather disastrous experiment where It haB reposed on the statute books. quasi-prohlbl-ti- Fitzgerald, of Boston. The degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred on Tlight Rev. John Carroll, John 'Fitzgerald, Joseph Scott, iRev. Charles Woodman and Rev. Charles t 105 "West Broad PRICE HVE CENTSfl ENGLAND Suppressing Irish Newspapers "For Publishing True War News. CALIFORNIA. Give Cold Shoulder to O'Kcnr Itcceut Appointments Are Un- -' Founding of First Mission There, Convention Conspicuous by the satisfactory to Both LiberTheir Secularization and Names of Former Local als and Unionists. Spoliation. Bull Mooscrs. her unselfishness, her generosity of for the benefit of the orphans of St. heart and purse and her devotion to Vincent and St. Thoiraaa Asylums a religion earned for her a namo that grand success. A well attended and respect LONDON CENSORS DISPATCHES SHOW enthusiastic meeting of the General CARSON'S LEADING LIEUTENANT Completed the Chain of Missions HALY'S COMBINATION OF THREE will ever be spoken with WHAT KANSAS FIGURES and admiration. nhe was never anyCommittee was held In the Knights From San Diego to thing but kind, as she was never of Columbus Hall last .Monday evenSonoma. else than a good Catholic wlfo and ing, presided over hy Chairman mother. I Very few Irish or Irish Americans Writing to the Chicago Tribune, the Thomas Tarpy, who declared it the If any question monopolizes Just as was predicted, the Re- cousin of iMrs. Brennan was first and "grandest meeting ever held In its London correspondent takes a publican State convention this past Is survived Bishop O'Donaghue, They In America know how ttlio people In attention of our day, It Is the LouUvllle In the Interest of the by eight children. gloomy view of the British paved the way for the nomina problem revolving about the liquor orphans." Many varied and new rather situation. TAUGHT THE INDIANS TRADES week of E. P. 'Morrow for Governor, are James, Daniel, Andrew, Michael, Ireland are being treated In con political tion Edward, Misses Elizabeth and Mary nection with tho world war, and th traffic. The question haB from time features are to be Introduced at this That still further changes 'in the and his nomination is assured In the and Mrs. F. A. .Nolan. Three grand- can not depend upon the censor immemorial baffled the civilization year's celebration and there is littlo British Cabinet are impending is August primary. One of the features children also survive. They are rewhl of all nations. And even In this en- doubt about the unprecedented at- apparent from tho unfriendly of the convention was the cold re- Misses Mae and Adeline Lucy iBren-na- n cables coming via London, lightened age of ours it has non- tendance on July 5. Tlio attractive ception which the reconstructed adfBy James A. Itooney, LL. D. to give the Impressh ception given 'the Prohibitionist and John Edward Brennan. are doctored In Ireland are hea plused the minds of our great social grounds surrounding St. Vincent's ministration of 'Premier Asqulth has that tho- Irish On tho death ' at Monterey of leader, Judge O'Rear, who seems to reformers and moral leaders. It has aro to be enhanced with floral and received at the hands of Parliament Father Junlpero Serra, the apostle he about as unpopular In his party Miss Mae .Brennan Is the daughter and soul with England In this wl of the late John Brennan. Two sis- Tho following been the qucstiou mark of ages, the flag decorations, and for the evening and of the United Kingdom at large. advoas his extracts from enigma of time. This problem re- there will be a grand illumination. It ho has, with the consent of the and founder of the Franciscan In- cate 'Beckham Is in the Democratic ters, Mrs. Bridget Barry and Miss article by a Dublin journalist Hyde, and two brothers, in spite of centuries of legisla- Nothing Is to be spared that will Crown, jettisoned eight of his Lib- dian missions of California, August party. Invitations were extended to Ellon mains some idea of the browbeat testimony make the St. Vincent Orphanage eral colleagues, headed by Lords 28, 1784, the man selected by the tho Bull Moosers of the past two Michael Hyde, of Ireland, and Pat- tactics used by the British Gov! a tive effort, tacit grounds the most inviting spot in Haldane and 'Bcauchamp, in order Custos of the College of San elections to again fall in behind tho rick 'Hyde, of Chicago, also survive. ment in suppressing public oplr which reinforces the statement that held Wednesday physical remedies and external Louisville that evening. The (Right to give their Ministerial portfolios Fernando In Mexico, who was G. O. P. band wagon, and many of The funeral was Charles church, and crushing tho Irish newspajj from St. coercion will not cure moral dis- Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo and many to Unionists, It was for the purpose charged with the management of them fell all over themselves in ac- morning was Rev. that dared publish any war overcrowded. orders, however much they may of tho local clergy were present,- of placating tho opposition and in the missions, to succeed him waB cepting the invite, among them be- which P. Raffo was the celebrant unfavorable to the allies. The Charles lessen the incidence of temptation. among them Rev. Fathers Monag- order to unite all forces in Parlia-haing many Progressives from Louislowing is a list of soma of tho II Raffo, GauBepohl, Melody, ment in the. dofense of the empire: Father Fermin Francisco de Lasuen, ville, where all of the rabid ones of the requiem high mass, assisted papers suppressed: Hence moral suasion and religion, by Fathers Felten and Brey as whose death occurred one hundred The Unionists, however, are not which alone strengthen the will, are Julius, White, Donahue, Wlillett and came from, and conspicuous among Tho Irish v7crh?r, a weekly labor and subdeacon. Father pnper In Dublin, Bishop O'Donag- - satisfied. They have come to the and twelve years ago this week. He the list of delegates were the names deacon the only adequate and safe remedy. Martin O'Connor. hue was called upon and assured his conclusion that any trial of strength was appointed prefect of the mis- of Hugh Ellis, who was the Bull Raffo In his sermon spoke with suld no more and was,suppressed. It noijless Still we find a large number of social hoart and soul were j with the Asqulth Government as sions February G, 1785, and he Moose candidate for Alderman only much feeling and his tribute to tho labor orsns In England than other reformers offering panaceas, but ail hearers that hisof about the memory of this estimable woman proved to be a wise and firm official In tlie interest orphans and formerly constituted would have the in vain. One of these socalled relast year; Ellis E. Qulgloy, cnndldato distinction was power to suited In its defeat, and that under as well as a zealous and energetics for Bailiff of Police Court in 1913; must have brought comfort and war, but the was a conquered drawn he forms is comprehended under the promote would do all in his counconsolation to the stricken hearts chat Ireland tho Fourth of July orphan tho circumstances they are entitled missionary. policy of prohibition, which attempts Ho continued the establishment Fred Drexler, candidate for Park of the family. Father 'Raffo said try, and frebdora that might be alHo reminded those present to a larger number of offices than and to solve the problem by preventing picnic.a Bishop of 'that wonderful 600 miles long Commissioner; J. iH. Scales Alder- Mrs. Brennan was beautiful In life lowed In England could not be ; could not take that in a for the manufacture, sale and use of of a diocese alone, but must care eight argue Cabinet of twenty-tw(beautiful in death, known and tolerated in Ireland. chain of twenty-on- e de- Fred Ohmann, candidates missions have They that they should have at men; J. B. (Monroe, who was a can- and liquor. All who have Investigated Sinn the of his people. In least two other portfolios in order signed by Father Serra and extend- didate for County Assessor; Dr. C. loved by many for her noble char- nnnpr InFein, a weekly Nationalist the drink problem fully realize the closing ho made aii appeal to all to to equalize Tliihlln. wna Rtinnreiwad for great faith matters. This would ing from San Diego to Sanoma, I, Groves, who was tho nominee for acter, herbMU greater In humankind giving expression to what tthree- gravity of its nature and unhesitat- support this picnic in faith in God. their usual give them ten seats, as compared through whose instrumentality tho Coroner, and C. K. Jackson, a nom- and her ingly admit the prevalent abuses and Bishop O'Donaghue gave the final fourths of the Irish In Ireland! way. All committees with ten retained by the Liberals, conversion of all the natives of tho inee for Constable. also the urgent need of reform, but charitable thinking apout the war. It was on, made encouraging reports. Chair- -' the two other Ministerial offices coast was accomplished. Other prominent Bull Moose absolution. prohibition is the man Tarpy tbe notion that July 1C, 171), that Father Serra ' being Irish Freedom, another announced that Mrs. leaders who were found smuggling paper, for advocating the rl solution of the problem is not sec- J. Parlln has been given charge M. who isheld by Arthur Henderson, began the wo-NARROW ESCAPE. that lias made him, themselves back Into the Republican of a Labor member, and Lord one onded by the majority. Still we find the linen booth, and that she would Kitchener, who Is of California's historical charac-- , small nationalities, In other! y man. a fold were W. S. Markolf, who among welcome tne many people While returning Tuesday from an for expressing the opinion. On the other hand, the rank and tors, by founding the mission of San droppod Taft like a hot potato in assistance or the ladles prohibitionists, who have been lured generally. An earnest appeal was Diego, and It was not until long evening visit with tho Rov. J. J. Serbia and Belgium were into the meshes of this charlatanism made for donations to the parcel file of the Liberals are violently after he had bi'ien called to his re- 1912, because of political reasons, Fitzgerald, of St. Leo's church, complete Independence thl opposed to the concession of tho he stated, and carried many of his by the fair promises of a Utopia. post auction, with tho reuesqt ' nation "Irish! Lord High Chancellor of ward that the th'aln was completed friends and railroad associates into Highland Park, the Rev. Father Jo- the Irish suppressed. Many of these people would not ad- they bo worth at least twenty-fiv- ethat seats of to by the foundlngW the mission of seph O'Grady, of St. Aloyslus church, was also "Right Hon. James Ireland the the Progressive ranks. Other names this city, met with a serious accident Sonoma by Altamlra in 18'23. here to strict prohibition It they The Irish VoluriteerJ The next meeting will be held M. Campbell, who will be of their past und narrowly escaped fatal Of these missions five are to be conspicuous because knew what it stands for. That "little Monday night, when all friends of as tho principal lieutenant recalled orgnn-- of Volj of Sir association with tho Progressives Father O'Grady had been out Injury.- Interfered tho Irish thinking is done today" Is no "saw" the OFBtons are invited to be pres- - Edward Carson in his credited to therfzeal and personal to lnwith and o were J. T. 'Rennison, ot oratorical jexftcaoaff orrF-"Lo wnv Fwthor FltggerauWo dpllnr ttKiJ'averv pos, jk, baauan. On ia'me; bave ' He1hienllTrg6rrUiPjo' "JtUril. .ita truth1 1: manifested te-aent; tiioubji nicy ure Thiu agitation' prior to 'the waF lilitr" Englanl walks of life and especially in our limelight the officers and members i for his encouragement sermoirMBv.onaii evening hi oi. forcible reason where-actually of armed June 11. 1797. lie founded tho mis gresslve sleuth; Robert Donahue, Aloyslus church, legislation, where love of extremes of the Catholic Orphan Society are ' rebellion, as one of the most and the accident concerned was not ox sion of San Jose, about fifteen miles William DeForrester, William T. seems to bo a chief characteristic. working night and day In behalf of trome of Ulsterlte leaders, Liberal north of San Jose City: on the 24th occurred when he ran across tho pressed. It was read weekly lights. People today do not think. They this celebration and the little ones objection to Campbell becoming of the same month he founded the Naves and other lesser of these, tho tracks In front of an approaching thousands upon thousands of aril Following tho lead Tho men and It escaped suppression. allow themselves to be duped by any they would care for. Lord 'High Chancellor of Ireland Is mission of San Juan Bautlsta on the, Louisville Herald begins Us come- car In his effort to catch It. nostrum that gains any prominence. To counteract tho loathsome dnifl due to the fact that, as such, he west side of the San 'Benito river back act by saying that the conven- car was going down grade and at a It is not my purpose to unmask the nusn DAY. would enjoy the right of making in the county of that name; next in tion at Lexington was not half bad, greater speed than Father O'Grady list of lies printed by tho bough! many errors of this reform nominations to all the judicial and order in July came tho establish- that It might have 'been worse, and reckoned. The impact of the car Irish press, u little paper called Irel movement, but only to review some Division 1, A. O. H., at its regular magisterial offices in the 'Emerald ment of San (Miguel; then San Intimates that Its support and that hurled him several feet, but Father land was nubllshed In Dublin. IS wild assertions and distorted views meeting last week took the first Isle. That these powers should bo Fernando in Los Angeles county, of tho few leading lights of the Fitzgerald and others at once se- took a moderate and Impartial asps which seem to have gained much steps looking to an Irish day cole- confided to a man so absolutely and in tho following year the mis- Teddy party that are left will be cured medical assistance, Dr. Cessna about the war and It gave a trutt undeserved voguo of late. That the bratlon, which will most likely be Irreconcilable toward everything In sion of San Luis Roy in San Diego found behind the G. O. P. If the making an examination and having Idea about Its progress. It, toqi prohibitionist Is an extremist is held during the month of Aunust. the nature of that Irish home rule county. the Injured priest removed to St. suppressed. Besides these there were founded local judicial nominations are made Joseph's Infirmary, where he Is restFinally, a little inevitable; for ho condemns wine as The mattor la now In the hands of to which both Parliament and during to suit their feelings. The Herald Father de Lasuen'e Presi plaintively says there should be no ing easy, nnd If no complications ductlon called Scissors andi a malum per so. But is not every tho Entertainment Committee, who Crown aro committed is intolerable atom of wine contained In the grape? will Toport at the meeting next to the H'borals, and more especially dency the mission of Santa Barbara,. room for two opinions It contained aK In choosing arise It Is thought he will soon bo was issued. iLa Purislma these nominees, which Is characteri- able to resume his pastoral duties. nothing but extracts from And is not the grape a creature of Thursday night. There was a good to the Nationalists, who aro said to December 4, 1786; Concepcion, December 8, 1787; stic" of the Roosevelt doctrine, ono Father O'Grady has been In delicate lish press. Theso extracts wl n God? "Wine was created In the be- attendance when President 'Mark , have Intimated to the Prime Santa He ginning to make men jovial." St. some time past, and the acknowledged to the papers took the chair, and the , ter that In tlio event of Campbell's also Cruz, August 28, 1791. built a new stone church at opinion only and'that to be his. health offor Injury rrently alarmed which they were cut, but ns Chrysostom and other fathers of the promptness with which the business being Intrusted with the custody of his Monterey, where tho mission build-- . This step of the Herald was pre- news parishioners and neighbors, by case of opinions so in the easel church called wine "a gift of God." was dispatched pleased all present. the great seal in Ireland they will Ings had dicted in these columns six months his news, things that were allowed tl But the prohibitionist maintains Daniel McCarthy Tead the memorial , bo forced into an attitude of oppo-o- n 1789. Hobeen destroyed by fire In ago, and it was alBO predicted that whom he Is held In the highest Introduced the teaching the Republican party would be tho depublished In London were bannel the death of the wife of Secretary sltlon to the administration and to of trades that it is concocted by human to tho mission Indians, gainer If some of the deserters James iBarry, which was ordered withdraw their support which it looms pravity inspired by the devil. Dublin. Scissors and paste was for weaving were installed pressed. This proves that the prohibitionist placed on a page In the minutes. has hitherto enjoyed. The defection OATnOLIO KNIGHTS. never came hack into the fold. To reported pf Ihe Nationalist party would not and out of leather tanned at tho this end the leaders should work Is an extremist. But what is the Chairman Martin Gavin The freedom of the press btl missions shoes, harness and saddles aim of prohibition? To suppress tho that Martin Cusick was Improving , bo sufficient to wreck the coalition were and forever ostracize from the ranks Gen. Michael .Relchert presided at now at an end in Ireland, the M "Men and drink vice. Did you ever hear of slowly and that the condition of . Cabinet were It able to rely upon turnedmanufactured.such good boys tho men who in pursuing a narrow- - the monthly meeting of the Central was open for the suppression carof opinion, not to mentfl man suppressing vice? purpose That is James Dugan remained unchanged. that unanimous support of the rank penters, out to he blacksmiths and masons mindedany political are willing to Committee, C. K. of A., In St. John's freedom of speech. something divine and can not be Division 1 has a number of candl- -. and file of the Liberal and Unionist that the Spanish party or wreck Hall, the attendance being very freedom settlers hired them An unfortunate shoemaker In tbJ usurped by man. Yet this is the dates awaiting initiation, and a date parties, 'But it Is Idle to look for for work on their gratifying. In addition to tne settlements. At very aim of prohibition. The 'prohi- will soon be set for the conferring . tins. The situation has not changed regular business plans wore dis- County Cork was arrested and trie Another source of dissatisfaction San Luis Roy, ono of the largest of much In Democratic circles, many 'of cussed for the entertainment of tho by for having in bitionists would correct the liquor of the degrees. President Ryan the missions, there were at one evil by destroying liquor itself. Did makes an urgent appeal to all mem- on the part of the Unionists Is that gathered 3.500 Indian converts. time the former McChesney supporters coming State convention, which has possession copies of Irish Freedoa you ever hear of a reform movement bers to ho present Thursday night to the Cabinet offices which they have drifting Into the McDormott camp, been placed In the hands of the En- even before that paper was suj During the Incumbency that destroys the thing in question? lend their assistance to the Irish day received are not of sufficient im- btepben Tapis, Father do of Father realizing that ho would be the tertainment Committee. The head- pressed by tho Dublin Castle nuthorll Lasuen's strongest man In November, while quarters will be at the Tyler Hotel. ties, and for also making tne simpii portance. Thus the woolsack, the It sounds like socialism, attempting celebration. Presidency of the Privy Council, the successor, the mission of Santa Inez Percy illaly has set In the works, so It was also decided to give the an- remark that the Germans had jua to reform society by destroying it. was founded In 1804 and under the Chancellorship of the Exchequer, CLTNES HOWE. Again many who call themselves proto speak, of tho machine In behalf nual midsummer excursion to Jas- as much right to be in Belgium, the First Lord of the Treasury, the next President some of the missions of Tom Rhea for Auditor. Claude per, 'Ind., committees being In- the English had to be in Ireland A hibitionists aro only restrlctlonlsts. new Ministry of iMunltions, the Sec- - suffered from earthquake Bhocks. Terrell for Treasurer and Barkadale structed to confer with tho Southern no more. Ohe of the prettiest of the June For instance, the Catholic prohibiparticularly San Juan Capistrano, A postal official named Hega tionist Is not a .strict prohibitionist, weddings here took place at B reiarysmps or state tor mome and where on December 8, 1812, many Hamlett Tor Secretary of State, and railway officials as to the time and only a restrictionlst. When he o'clock Wednesday morning, when Eorf,Sn Affairs, the iDepartments of. members of the congregation were realizing the power of the big Demo- report at the next meeting. An- Cork was ordered to leaved but preaches prohibition he means re- Miss Gertrude Howe was led to the Trade and Commerce, the Chief killed by the fall of the steeple. But cratic vote in this, the Fifth dis- nouncement was made that Com- county, and when he went toJ Scotland striction. The Hobson resolution Is altar by John 'M. Cllnes at St. Secretaryships ofDepartment and of when Spain first and later (Mexico trict, It Is Tumored that he has pany A. Uniform Rank, would give a corthy, in the County Wexlc of friend Dan jubilee excursion to Tell City be- arrested for having leaflets! his not prohibition, because it allows the Peter's church, Seventeenth and Ireland, and the Issued decrees for secularizing the commissioned (Rev. avenue. the (Louisville Edmund ,,c Works all remain In the "manufacture, sale, importation and California missions were doomed O'Sulllvan to line up Democracy for fore the end of tho season. It was possession containing the performed the beautiful cere- - Blon of tue Ilherals, and the only and enforcement of this enactment and Jefferson county with feelings of sincere regret that Governments assurances! transportation of liquors for sacrathese three. It is also rumored that tho delegates learned of the critical Roger Casement about IrelJ mental, medicinal and pharma- mony and was tho celebrant of the offices of the first class accorded to was tho beginning of the end. Unionists are the Secretary-th- e Capt. John ,B. Murphy at contents of the leaflets for the After th.o ceutical purposes." Kansas Is not a nuptial mass that followed. When the Mexican decree was is- the machine is responsible for Clerk Illness of In ceremony the bridal couple re- -' Bh'DS " state loT tlle Colonies and sued, November Alvln Steger Jeffersonvllle, and home viously appeared prohibition Stato because it exempts 20, 1833, there opposition to of Appeals, this being his the daughter of President also press, having after In thn Inla and the First (Lordship of were over 30.000 mission .Indians of the Court Ben of much "medicinal and scientific purposes." malned for the congratulations of A Maine Is far less a prohibition State relatives and friends and then went living contentedly and peacefully done because the latter refused to Kruse, which was the cause of his been passed by the Cel p- - '11' T P., Hegarty was arrested and because It permits the "manufacture to the home of the hrldo, where a been moat Connor, M. and who has learning the arts of civilization, allow tho appointments In his office absence. optimistic still pins policy of the was haying them in his posse and sale of hard elder." The radical very fine wedding breakfast 62,500 horses, traded to suit the opposition awaiting them. Mr. and Mrs. Cllnes nis ralth to England's Justice to with 424,000 cattle,the This State machine. CONFIRMED LARGE CLASS. Dublin jury acquitted him, but prohibitionist would brush away all 321,600 sheep, and annual grain Ireland, admits an awkward left for an still in prison, all ball being rel these exemptions. But why say trip to Chicago extended honeymoon pause, especially that Liberal party crop amounted to 122,600 bushels, comes nretty late, as Mr. Steger in and the Lake region, Right Rev. Bishop Denis O'DonagNot content with arresting not to take Into account the goods seems to have come and gone with banner prohithat the two circles, followed the creation of huo confirmed a class of 102 chil- the Dublin Castle authorities! bition States, Maine and Kansas, aro and upon their return will reside at new (Ministry. Sturdy "Liberals the of various kinds manufactured byi that nomination. did William H. McCullough, the well dren and several adults at St. Louis fused to allow the report ot his" not prohibition? Mr. Cyrus W. 21'23 Portland avenue, where they not see the disappearance of the the Indians. In a few years under known young attorney, has entered mora Davis, Secretary of State of Maine, will welcome their friends. great Liberal Ministry without many the new regime disease and starva-- : the race for the Democratic nomina- Bortrand's church' last Sunday after- to be published. On the note noon, being assisted by Rev. Fathers of his trial a peremptory and Hon. Royal E. Cabell, In their panga and sore misgivings, find they non reaucea ine number or the tion for Representative from the Felten and Monohan. In a short ad- received by the various Dublir pamphlet, "The Two Banner Prohi- HOLY ROSARY COMMENCEMENT. oegan immediately to speculate as to maiana to 4,450, and by the most Sixth and Seventh wards and has dress Bishop O'Donaghuo spoke ot oers from S r Matthew Nathar Bertrand Hall was taxed to its full the future fate of such outstanding outrageous robbery and plunder bition States," prove very conclusively that neither Maine nor capacity Friday evening when the Liberal reforms as home rule and they were despoiled of their pos- already received many assurances of confirmation being one of the epochs Under Secretary at Dublin (J graduating exercises of Holy Rosary plural voting. These misgivings sessions. Father Catala, an eye Bupport, being a good mixer and in Catholic life and that the young peremptorily ordering the papa Kansas are prohibition States. Mr. campaign orator. E. S. Dorsey is Davis says, "Maine has never been Academy were held. "The Court of were not mitigated by the entrance witness to the destruction of the another entrant for (Representative children before him would now be- give only the bare outline ma was elegantly presented, and of Sir Edward Carson into the Min- missions, predicted that the pluncome soldiers and helpers of their charges, and furthermore or never will be a prohibition State Juno" h district and Is in the until public opinion precedes legal the grand tableaux at the close pre istry as Attorney General, which was derers would be deprived of theln making a splendid canvass. As pre- Mqther Church, He also said that the diabolical suggestion that thl gains, that great wealth he was not a stranger to that par- charges should be made as blackl enactment. Maine is a temperate sented a scene of loveliness, in which a veritable shock to (Liberal and against the unfortuni In California dicted exclusively in these columns ish, having conferred tbe sacrament nosslble State," while In Kansas, in which all the participants in the drama working class opinion. F. E. Smith's would be discovered two weeks ago, A. W. Dorsey was of confirmation in St. LouIb and that it would be distributed appointed to prisoner. the sale of; liquor is prohibited for were grouped around a shrine giving appointment as Solicitor General succeed the late Magiswhen he was Auxiliary alt purposes excepting the aforesaid, honor to Mary, the Queen of Heaven. for he is notable as Carson's lieu- among people, from all parts of the trate P. T. Sullivan, and will. In all IvBPT OLBRK BUSY. there were registered for the fiscal Very Rev. T. L. Crowley crowned tenant was an added shock, and world and of all creeds and nation- probability, be a candidate In the Bishop of Indianapolis. The sponsors academic graduates, Misses for some days there existed some- alities. The gold fever of 1849 August primary with John O'Brien, for the class were Messrs. S. J. year ending June 30, 1913, 733 per- the verified the prediction. M. John J. Barry, Mrs. John sons qualified under the Federal Alma Katherlne Keaney and Mary thing like the dangerous beginnings This has' been a, buiiy week for P, J, Welsh and George Butler, of marriage license clerk Simons, laws to retail liquors; while in the Etta Sullivan, and presented the of a Liberal revolt. the Circuit Clerk's office, as pos- Brennan and Miss Lilly Gordon. GRADUATBS IN JOURNALISM. license State of Arkansas, only 873 rings and diplomas. Those receiving the Court 'House, who issue sible opponents. STUA1VJBSRRY FESTIVAL. censes to the folk) wing; Ia qualified under the Federal law;. rings and diplomas In the comNOTRE DAME. LotaI Democratic leaders claim to Mr. and Mrs, John W. Kelly, of be very well pleased with the out - Now, let us see gan und Catherine Nav what prohibition mercial department were Misses Edward F. Kelly and his associates Jerome Kins. Jr.. and Commencement week at Notre Lexington, were in New York City look for this year and next, and has done for Kansas, in the way of Mary Edward Fhelan, Julia Louise social betterment. If prohibition pre- Filben, Mary Ella" Grant, Ceollla fDeme, America's great, iCatholIc for a few days stay last week, hav- claim that in' getting rid ot Bryan of the Entertainment Committee ot Stevenson, Robert E O'RatfJ vents suicide, why is the. suicide rate Virginia MoNally and Norene Eliza- university, began last Saturday and ing come to the metropolis to attend the national Democratic administra- St, James church are endeavoring to Virginia Warren, William. beth McNally. After conferring the continued until MohdaxAight, The the graduation 'of their son. William tion achieved a master stroke, this corner the market on large and and Margaret .Murphy. in Kansas higher than in twenty-on- e for thpJrJ'Halblelb and Mary E. C! starawberrles ad- Kelly, from the Columbia School of In the opinion of many being sure luscious States in which liquor is legally sold? honors Father Crowley congratu- exercises were Mrs. Kelly's sister, to offset any defection because Car Journalism. muivu. nusicrr 01 raarntgesj If prohibition prevents insanity why lated the graduates and then in a dressed by RightL takes place on the thoaeortaytiM Is the rate of insanity in Kansas very eloquent address set forth the roll, of iMontanappPK Joseph Miss KatherlnehLoughlitn, was with hard timet. To till the cup to overiwgsg? Scott, of Callforjj higher than in sixteen 8tates in advantagesMIB education. flowing the only thing necessary Edenslde avenue ot jne 28. fellow-Prohibltlonl- st orphan picnic. Violent Opposition to Appoint- Father de Lnsnen's Work as tho Delegates "Who Were Candidates .Neither Maine Nor Kansas Have ment of Extreme Ulstcrite Plans are now splendidly under Successor of Father on Axton Ticket Two Ever Been Prohibition way for making the approaching Leader Campbell. Scrra. Years Ago. States. Fourth of July picnic and festival were sadly bereaved Monday evening 'by the death of Mrs. Lucy Bren-na- n, widow of Daniel Brennan, which occurred at her home, 2314' West Chestnut street, following an Illness of pneumonia. Mrs. Brennan was a native of Ireland, coming to this country while a child and Louisville had been her home ever since. Beloved nnd revered by all St. Charles Borromeo parish, and, who knew her, she had lived long In Friends, family and neighbors List of Pubications Suppressed in Past Several Months. Imprisoning Irish Citizens For Expressions of Fair Opinions. . n, I J re-th- at o. J k non-part- well-meani- " anti-hom- ft r - for -. Minis-Rya- . , . court-marti- al Pub-Garla- nd posses-Kais- er I I I fr ! ed Forty-fourt- en Ber-tran- d's Mc-elllo- tt, - featiuhy ReBtop jiiouBitJr-irwi"srryjiBBviY- iii, uiiurcn-iawnxpnice- ed JHOa3.1lTOBrir'(I3EiLUH: :kAdQBRllpAdftff- - mucky irish OtfteisHy Indorsed by PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. merkm M'i 1 SQGIETY. Miss Agnes McCue visited" In of. features of the evening, followed by light refreshments. Misses (Margaret Hlggins and Mary Virginia Clines. FONTAINE FERRY The park beautifui." Howard served the punch, assisted by Masters Thomas and William CASINO AND ORPHEU THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR flOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville, Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. Many Added Attractions! Amusements Galore! Inttitts Order o HlfcsraUaa, Yemne an CatfcsHc Knights ot America. AeWt Springfield last week, the guest Miss Bessie Smith. Publishers IbHTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.,Icor Mr. and Mrs. John McCormack, SWQU3 COPY 9 of Beechuiont, spent the past week I1SCWPT10N PRICK, ONI DOLLAR PER YEAR in New York City. Bestaf-Cjeruttar. LmttTmtJ BetreS t John D. Holland, the well known M1 Wt tewK to ths UWTUCf HWSH J flWMCAN, 47rs H Csm-U- sH telegraph operator, is recovering from his recent illness. etes - Misses Anna and Mary Volgt, of Jeffersonvllle, have been spending ten days at French Uck. Announcement Is made of the ap- New Restaurant. Free Band Concerts. proaching marriage of Miss Marie Dancing Elizabeth Manning and Joseph F. High Class Vaudeville. Meschede, the ceremony to take place at St. Elizabeth's church on Largest and Most Sanitary Swimming Tuesday morning, June 29, at 7:30 Pool in the South. e Is the o'clock. The Reserved seats on sale at T.P Taylor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drug Co. No. 3, Fourth near Walnut. Manning and Is a pretty and younjr lady. The pros pective groom is one of Louisville.' star bowlers ana is a resident ot St.. Columba's parish, where he has a host of friends. AND SO VERY CHEAP bride-to-b- SIMPLY CHARMING 1Cfl MOONLIGHT EXCURSION GIVEN BY MILES FOR and pretty June An interesting Mrs. Harry Esterle and little wedding, attended by a large gatherLOUISVILLE, KY UU SO CENTS sUU ON THE NEW STEAMER HOMER SMITH Corlnno Torpey, are the ing of daughter, friends and relatives, was witguests of Phillip Kelley In Clifton. On the Elegent Steamers nessed Thursday morning at St. their Innocence and their right to ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. Peter's church, when IMIss Rosa be preserved from what Is not Miss Minnie Murray, of Clifton, Ganz became Boat leaves foot of Fourth street at 8:15 p. m. Louisville the bride of Thomas City will spend the summer In New Or- 'Duddy. The Kentucky Irish American strictly clean in morals. The ceremony was peracknowledges receipt of many InTo- quote one passage from this leans with hor sister, Mrs. J. Groff. formed by Father ,Kalser and was City commencement writer: "The moving Folto the picture in vitations William O'Dea, Freight Superin- solemnized with nuptial mass. One of the above steamers leaves educa some form is part of the recreation tendent of the L. and N. railroad, Is lowing the church ceremony the the Wbarfboat, foot of Third street, exercises of our Catbolic With the pre- of the country. It has great educa terlously ill at his home, 913 South wedding "breakfast was served at the every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes about A, large stocks ot tenia on linnd, for sale or tional Institutions. home of the bride, after which the seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, rent. We do more nnd better work than an-sentation of pleasant and Interesting tional possibilities and manifold Seventh street. wedding happy couple left on their programmes all have been drawn to wnoiesomo uses; but many of the trip. This happy marriage is the wbere sbe meets the return boat, arriv one here. Ordarn by mail promptly attended . Mrs. Mary T. Clans, of Deer Park, culmination of a little romance that ing home about 7 p. m ... tn oliaren ... rov.AnA . " , iums, aitnougn not inaeceni, aro in to. KHtimatea cheerfully furnished. conclusion, iuum a lit has returned from a most enjoyable had Its beginning when Mackln ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c may tho last degree vulgar. They visit to and Mrs. H. S. Council was giving Its popular of our colleges and academies .. well feel proud of the temples of cheapen love, marriage, fiunily life. McNutt at Orell. operas, the two being members of IENT GO. company. learning to which they are devoted. They lower the respect of boys for Kremer has 'gone the Miss Elizabeth PHOENIX HILL PARK 13otfc.IM.TLOxe 3W. In keeping with the spirit of Cath- women, the respect of girls for to Buttef Mont., where she will KmvAiin a. cnowLEV, They idealize burglary Hnerwl Hip nummer with her aunt. education, they have always themselves. olic not and crimes of many kinds, and they '.Mrs. W. M. Twohey. accomplish Open For the Season. endeavored to , Edward A. Crowley, formerly of of youth, 'but also menace the welfare of the country. merely education Louisville, but for the last several NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR William F. Holley, Clerk of the that education which is most neces - What Is going on is not so much Police Court, has been visiting at years a resident of Indlanola, Miss.,Comgood Chris- the corruption of young people as sary and productive of Cincinnati this week and attending is a candidate for Railroad citizens, namely the educa- their vulgarization." races at Latonia. Jans and tht There Is not a very wide gap tion of religion and morality. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Mrs. Henry Paslick, Mrs. Ttoy between vulgarization and corrupWharton and son, Roy Wharton, of MEXICO. tion, comments tho Western World. Deer Park, are in iChlcago to spend from Vulgar'ty Is very prevalent, and is several weeks with relatives. There has been little news This beautiful Fark has been greatly becoming more so; corruption is lexlco this week that has been with perfect improved John R. Mattlngly and wife have prevalent and seems to be extending. sssM equipmentand is furnishedSocieties and throughout. itlsfactory, the situation rather returned from Bardstown, where BBBBBBBBK IBsY BOTH PHONES 810. BSsssssssssssl parties should consult the management bbbbbbbVmHW they visited Mrs. Mattlngly's parthe worse. The 'true PHASE OF DIVOUCE EVIL. Clanging for ol pnoenix 1111 Deiore closing contracts Sylvester Metents, Mr. and Mrs. its last issue reviewing the HARRY DECKER, calfe. Ituatlon wonders what the end will Assistant Manage; When we read the reports of "bbjsbbbbbbbbbbj and then goes oti to say that divorce trials, even the meagre ones P. H. Callahan, bbbbbsssm Col. and Mrs. lien President Wilson warned the that respectable newspapers print, Miss Edith Callahan and Rooart 'rasBssssssssfl Monday to Emmet Callahan : 'v .JUGSbbbbbbbbbb1 leaders of the revolutionary factions we see revealed In nearly every case spend the summer leftCalifornia and EsssBw In to compose their differences a violation of the Sixth command- Honolulu. In Mexico and bring peace to that distracted ment. The law planteed Intuitively AND Daniel Finnegan and family have country or we might be forced to do in the human heart, that law thunand will he doubtless meant for dered forth on Sinai and written on returned from Madison In JefferIt for them, again make their home them to cease their senseless war- the tablet of stone which Moses sonvllle, residing at Market and Villa and Carranza gave tho Jews, is being fare. But both 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, treated with Ohio avenue. at once concluded that recognition the utmost flippancy in the divorce of M. J. McDermott, Jr., son now within was by Washington courts and in the papers which re- Councilman McDermott, was rehimself. All that was port the proceedings. The scandal moved to Sts. Mary and Elizabeth reac for Fed was to annihilate the otner spreads, so that easy views of a Hospital Wednesday, suffering from mlssloner In the First district of lilt chief and his forces. Wash- typhoid fever. that State, composed of twenty rHCOIl$8B;. crime which strikes at the very basl3 an attack of FOR BOYS AND GIRLS counties, and Judgln, from the m stood ready to recognize the of society become common; the horX Climb. Main 3008-- a Homo City 2008 X Miss Jessie Bannon has returned taken from the Mississippi and to supply him with arms ror of it lessens gradually, and with to her home on the 'Bardstown road papers stands an excellent chance of Girls' and Children's fll H -8 f Litlons meanwhile, so tney many Ib H -t-M-H"I'K"H"H"H' from Sacred Heart Academy, accom- winning the Democratic nomination. regarded as a Shoes and Slippers panied by Miss Avis Jones, who will Mr. Crowley represented the shippers turned hostilities with re- affair. Buffalo Echo. Lvigor and the press agents be her guest for several weeks. before the last Legislature and addressed that body wd the Senate on bandit chief are claiming The, Government authorities have Adelberg the rate cases then pending, his IH. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y Mr. and Mrs. S. lg victories for his chief. been urged to place an embargo on visited in Detroit and Toledo before testimony as an expert rate clerk and up to $4.00. tics have been fought war munitions going into Mexico. going to Dayton, to be present at being .widely quoted. Mr. Crowley kv n niifiRtlotl'Of ifcvfeW . . the graduation of their son, Louis is well known in Louisville, being the Boys' Shoes in All Kinds mj j. The brigands looting that counts AdeiDergrom yary JL?iS5la"r nf thp ntQ liuidJtojfoYJinUl lfille. Urul lastliigl vrourd "" Crowley, and Is a' brother-in-laLeather of Ptory shall be gained. (It depends to continuo their couracK destrucMr. and Mrs. Jacob B. Ohllgsch-lag- Jack Marshall, custodian of Eclipse Son whose press agent you believe tion. left Monday for Troy, N. Y., Ball Park. During his career In this At to who the victor Is to be). to attend the graduation exercises city Mr. Crowley was one of tho orof their son, Alphonso Ohtlgsch-lage- r, ganizers of the Railroad Clerks' liny rate, the dove of peace Js to set-KKCKNT DEATHS. at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Union and continued that activity and up to $4 00. soon, according to file upon Mexico down South, this serving to bring The funeral of Michael Murphy, Institute. all press agents. We have a complete line of conditions In Mexico beloved husband of Ellabeth MurMeanwhile of New him the unanimous indorsement are Mrs. organized labor, all of whom phy, 511 Pine street, was held Albany, William J. Receveur, in White Canvas, White returned Saturday from now espousing his cause. jro going from bad to worse. The Saturday onornlng from St. Aloyslus Indianapolis, where, Buck and in Patent Leath ilea are starving and mobs are church, Rev. Father O'Grady con- moned on account of she was sumthe death of ORGANIZING CHOIR. lg for bread. What care tho ducting the solemn obsequies. De- her nephew, Norbert Shanley, son of er. well known and rekw leaders or their followers for ceased was Shanley. spected, and for the bereaved wife John At the meeting of Division 4, A tople of Moxlco or their needs? there Is felt Funeral Directors sincere sympathy. William J. Chawk, the well known O. H., "Monday evening in Bertrand ktlon has become their pro- Hall it was announced by Dave traveling man, was in Kansas City William and Mamie Reardon, 649 this paBt week, visiting his old Rellly, choir leader, that lit order the only one they know. Embalmers. IsssssssMlMIII tV Twenty-sixt- h North street, suf- schoolmate, W. J. Barry, while to secure an augmonted choir for fst Industry has been all but fered a great 9 Fourth Avenue bereavement in tho there, and then Initiations and other purposes he BIO ITJBJECie A.VJBJIWJCJEJ P?d out by tho outlaw bands that sudden death of theli littlo son and other points journeyed to Pueblo would, beginning with the next In Colorado. leep across the country, unero Albert. The child was crossing the Teles hone 1012. meeting, call on each member sep no law, and It is tho man with a street behind a street car when ho High- nratoiy to sing a verse or some Miss Nellie Mulloy, of the golumbiis. tie who gets what he wants. Why waB run over by an automobile and lands, sister ot John Mulloy, with popular Irish melody. This Is sure so badly Injured that he died almost to draw a large attendance, as hould they glvo up the profession Instantly. Tho Railway Company, funeral was held 'the Louisville THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT arms at the bidding of President Saturday morning from St. Cecilia's left Saturday to spend three weeks President John Hennessy stated that in Cincinnati visiting her uncle and he would insist on each member Late News That Will Interest IVllson? What care they if women church. complying with tho rule. Tho de aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Ford. Ind children starve In the streets? Members Here and Elsegree team Is now rehearsing reg' On Sunday the sad news was rewhere. fliey call themselves soldiers and ceived here of the of 1135 South ularlyfor the coming Initiation, and Mrs. THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE death of Miss Seventh Patrick Rush, at Sts. Mary nt present thero are over fifty canstreet, is still We have Virginia Gruber, aged twenty-ontake what they please. didates to receive the degrees (our Saturday Special; is now little hope that relief can be at iLas Vegas, X. M., where she had and Elizabeth Hospital, suffering County President W. J. Connelly was of partho effects of an The last Initiation at Cincinnati brought to Mexico except 'by inter spent the past two years Jn the hope .from sustained six attack the most remarkable Flower present and reviewed the late alysis months ago, her health. vention on the part of the United of regaining brought to the The re- thero being but slight change In her progress of tho four local divisions added nearly 100 members. value obtainable. mains were homo of There Is no doubt now of tho conand stated that there would bo an States. It; is a last resort and a her parents, Mr. Frank A. Gruber, condition. solidation of tho two Minneapolis Important meeting of the County Other BOXES DE LUXE most unwelcome one. But we have 1458 Cherokee road, and on Thurscouncils. in the next few days. Miss at $3.00. nnd $3.00. William leading up to it for quite a day afternoon tho funeral was held DIorken Alvina beArcher and marriage Board been The Knights of Eagle Grove, ConpoHs with every will united In Besides her bvb,1Ie, and we are now about to reap from St. James church. Iowa, will put up a fine new building SURPRISE PARTY. parents three sisters, Misses Clara, next Tuesday morning at St. Peter's policy Edna and (Florence this summer. tie results of our mistaken All the late and new Styles and bapea Gruber, and two church, and immediately following Place Yonr Orders Friday for John F. Chester, tho well known Over forty now members were ad- ca be found here at reatonable prices. ."watchful waiting" persisted In brothers, Edwin and Frank, Jr., tho ceremony thero will be a recepDelivery Satnrday. engineer, mitted Into tho order on Tuesday at tion at the bride's residence, 1817 and popular locomotive - survvlo hr. tt no other alternative but interwas given a surprise stag party Parkston, S. D. Colgan street. pn presents itself. Wednesday eevnlng when a party of Mrs. Nellie The Knights of Wisconsin liavo McGrath. wlfo of Louisville people in New York his railroad and other gentlemen pledged $50,000 to Marquette UniJames McGrath, who served two ITLGARIZING CHILDREN. City the past week Included Col. friends paid him a surprise visit at versity, Milwaukee. SlRtt 1873 terms as a member of the Louisville Matt Winn, who spent his leisure his home, 1911 South First street, City Council, many visitors THE FLOWERS SHOP AT In a writer deplores at the family died Monday morning moments with his old friend Thomas the occasion being his birthday. He thirty-eig- the presenco of le Outlook residence, 1831 candidates were inS30 S. FOURTH AVENUE. liy ways in which the minds land avenue. Mrs. McGrath had Port- (Healy, and Charles F. was taken off his feet, so to speak, itiated at Waverly, Minn. been got even by refusing to divulge rGalnger, who was there upon busi- but y jhjR'JTf mean children are today an Invalid for nineteen years, bear".HrSLsMBBsslBsssV!! Cara,van 3 of Boston celebrated Its 81r your boys an education that will or whether it was his twenty-firs- t ness matters. prepare them for life. fiigarizcd. The presence of ing her suffering with the patience fifty-firbirthday. An elegant ninth anniversary with a most novel lie (?) supplement In the and fortitude of the true Christian. Misses Mraguerlte Hammond and spread was served by Mrs. Chester, nnd enjoyable entertainment, Besides her husband she ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Navarre Caravan hold a class je suggestive and therefore son and a daughter, Jamesleaves one Henrietta Biles left Thursday for who had been aware of the Intended McGrath, Petersburg, Virginia, where they surprise, followed by a musical pro- meeting and Initiation on Decoration 113 W. Broadway, oulsvlU, Ky. "sing features of the picture Jr., and Mrs. Frank Broderlck. Her gramme of vocal and T. day Vizier Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. ssssMBssBIjUsJlfcll IbWmLM ftoSBMii was held Wednesday morn- will be the guests of Miss Margaret selections by Miss AbbleInstrumental Ryanat Syracuse.guest at theJohn Iws, the trasliy and positively funeral banquet Chester, D. was honor Classical, Sclentlflo and Business Wilkinson for several weeks. Before ing from Courses, Preparatory Department, Larfa noral stories that children are tended by St, Patrick's church, at- returning home they will also visit J. Hennessy, George Brown and that followed. Swimming: Pool, Well Equipped ayama-slumany mourning friends Edmundo Chester, Emitted to read and oHier In- - and relatives. cele at Old 'Point Comfort and Norfolk. Veea Caravan of Albany Terms Moderate. Bro. James, Dlr. brated Its sixth anniversary with a jences are decried. ST. PATRICK'S PICNIC. Ray lartra class initiation and banquet. (t is pointed out that while much Patrick J. Grogan, a native of Ire- eveningA.at Muench was host Friday a stag dinner at his In the evening there was a parade of First Communion Books land but for many years an IndustriLdono and great solicitude shown Those who wish to witness one l.OOP Sir Npbles to Stanwlx Hall, home on Everett avenue. His guests ous Fifth i tho bodily health and care of the city, and respected resident of this Included Afcssrs. A. D. Cooper, big family reunion should attend the where the banquet was held. died Wednesday morning at ROSARIES big", people who have this high the family residence, 2523 West Frank McHugh, "Frank Hlggins, E. picnic of St. Patrick's school next H. Glynn, Former Tuesday at Phoenix Hill Park, this Comptroller Gov. Martin Prendergast physical welfare of Walnut, following a brief illness of Resser, Barry Meehan, Charles William r the SCAPULAR MEDALS Wlttig, annual occasion bringing old friends Mann are very often heedless kidney trouble. The deceased was Lewis Wesch, Smith, HaroldWilliams and acquaintances together from all and United States Appraiser John T. Franklin recent I bout ih thing See oar new book, "Hew te Get parts of the city, many of them Ryan were speakers atInthe Albany, that tend to vul long a member of the local police and Albert Muench. celebration only seeing one another on this oc- Alhambra quarterly meeting of garize .young minds. To be vulgar department and was active la HiberMn.ried." the when the nian circles, being one of the found One of the pretty June weddings casion every gossan. In addition to Supreme Council of Viziers was held. to be next to wicked and immoral ers of Division 3. Surviving him are Every Devotioaal Article here. the many amusements provided for iLUIlan in thought; indeed people often his wife, Mrs. Julia Grogan, and four will be that of Miss Fallahay, which the children there will be euchre and No trouble te hIiow goods. and Nolan ST. ANN'S COSniBNOKMHNT. rharacterle as merely vulgar what daughters, Misees Cecils, Ethel and will be solemnled at St. Patrick's lotto for the adults. Dinner and .others, with better idetle and Margaret Grogan and Mrs. H. J. church on Tuesday morning, Miss supper will be served by the ladles The pupils of St. Ann's school of Chicago. The funeral was Schoenbacliler will be attended by ot the parish and they are making Rogers Church Goods Co. standards, look upon as sinful. held yesterday morning from St. Miss Shaffer as bridesmaid, and Mr. special arrangements to serve a will hold their .annual commenceVulgarity seems at times to be Charles Borromeo church, of which Fallahay hy his brother, Martin bounteous meal. ment exercises tomorow evening in 129 S. FOURTH AVE. the school hall, Seventh and Davles ning, somewhat of a general the deceased was a regiflar com- Fallahay, as best man. Kd, r, to consist avenue, the entertainment 'HOME POU VACATION'. cterlstio" of American youth; municant. brother of the bride, and of vocal and musical numbers, recita- Markers and Mausoleums. Will Lovett will act as ushers. irtness" so much admired Send for our illustrated designs SOCIAL CLUB HTJOIIRB. "' Plsree Dixon, son of Patrick tions and two little playlets, BHIfated around us is mere a County Treasurer and Mrs. Dixon, of Jeffarsosville, and Danand prices. very often ' .Children are JUVJS VACANT SRBS. The Hibernian Social Club will Thomas D, Clines. entertained on iel Walsh, Jr., Elmer Ritter, .John Large and new stock to select series of Friday evening of last week with a McBarron, John .FJynn and Thomas 4d from hearing, seeing give theandnext ofattheir club many: irom. all high class work. Albany, all lottos jany years have so the Noti house, delightful porch and lawn party,, at McGrath, of New .what soils their minds euchres u cant in the united 1818 Portland avenue, Thursday their 'horaerA'ud'utHJn Park, in com students for the ojieBthood, have re sees u to hurt their evening? NORTON BUILDING . tated iclude the Bishoprics New Mul4iJLMftPfflnt Ct: St Meinr These affairs have seadlly pliment to Joan Hi. Clines and Misi turned home 'bare grown falo, Covington, Inary to an enjoyable Gertrude Howe, newly-weof t N. W. Ctntr Ftarth mi 625 I past week. Music and dancing wei SATURDAY. JUNE 19, 1915 of fen Machin Council, No. 205, Y. M. I. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1915 - of Cincinnati AWNINGS AND TENTS -- . . 24S7 All Kin ISO 1THIRD Picnic?, 'GRAN W. SMITH'S Director il, S0N-- I T. Socials, Outings, i I Funeral and Embalmeri " HHifflr $809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET! First Communion Confirmation "o4a4avX DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH Funeral Directors BOTH - SHOES $1.25 $1.50 and Embalmersi 1 cllp-yin- gs matter-of-cour- se HHHHt vtvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv 4 yf J. J. BARRETT'S SONS AND EMBALMERS. AdCaio. w er "of 822 Bast vwvvw Ssrot. H.B0SSES0N and 417-41- wsmi w e, par-chas- e. GERMAN BANK JACOB SCHULZ V ht st M and Market Sts. Citii-miot- ti, MONUMENTS Schoen-bachl- er n, Sch'oen-bschle- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT fi-- IsifMtlkSvattend I ds Jm L idhnti Bacon a soH' INCORPORATED HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Primary Election, August 7, 1015. IRELAND. Record of the Most iHMMMItlHHHtWMMtHIIIIMMff HERMAN STRAUS fOURTH AVENUC JAMES QUARLES Candidate For - Important of atcorpaweo - SONS MARKET STREET " "- -- CIRCUIT JUDGE . the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. ' v We Giva and Redeem Surety Coupons. for the county Initiation. The County Board has again taken the matter up of giving the annual GET READY FQR IT NOW. outing at Phoenlr Hill Park. The Hibernian Social Club Is working hard to make their moonMatting1 Sultcasei ; cloth lined; Karatol Suitcase.; steel frame; light excursion a big success. brass lock anil clamps, linen lined; hand sewed swinging handle; a splendid especially priced at ... Qf) An at the John , Jrmt)J meeting Qutnn vas obligatedMiuhael case for of Division 4 and Flbar Matting Sultcaiej; steel frame; cloth lined, streps all around; Mulloy elected to membership. Cowhide Suitcase.; steel frame Q"l K( linen liRed, shirt fold; hand sewed, excellent value The time lias arrived for holding at excellent bargain SpJ AH that big initiation. This will bring fib or Rnitcaiec linen lined: steel into tho fold many active workers. V frame; shirt fold; hand gewed Bags; English Black Leather regular swinging handle; J3.50 Great crowds are looked for frame; new patent catch; Inset lock, value; sale at the Irish games of Divis&A ryfr worth $5.50; sale . . price At the Birr Urban Council meetion 2 in Glen Park, San Francisco. prlce...i W..l ing Thomas Devoy, Chairman of the C&nvai Covered Trnsl; Iron botDunkirk Hibernians will offer Sl&tleac Trunk.; veneered box lock and Birr Town Tenants League, was tom and Iron bound, gold medals to the graduating class bumpers; extra dowels; all covered iron bottom; braBs bound and brass a member of the council. tray heay straps over top; size 36 bumpers; heavy straps; has extra CANDIDATE FOK of St. Mary's Academy of that city. Tho Very Rev. Canon McKenna. Inches; a splendid trunk OK KA dress tray; worth $11.00; 2Q division of the Ladles' Auxiliary ,A ?O.OK Kile price . has been appointed a representative' OJ.vU has been established In St. Cathfor the price ... NOW READY FOR CHILDREN'S of the Monaghan County Council on making the tenth in erine's parish, District ComprUIii Sixth (he Castleblaney Age Pension Old lirftlithi Indianapolis. and Seventh Wards. Committee. iPresldent Mark Ryan makes an Subject to Action of tho Democratic They have white or black uppers, some of them have white rubber The death has occurred at Now urgent appeal to members of DivisBoles; priced, per pair, as follows: Party. Ross Infirmary of a farmer named ion 1 to attend the meeting next to 8, M and Children's Sizes, Sizes, 2 Woman's Denis 'Doyle from fracture of the 5 to 10 Thursday night. F Vouth'a Sizes, 11 to 2, Primary, Saturday, Aug;. 7, 1915 base of the skull caused by a fall .. width Division 72 has arranged for a heavy soles from a bicycle. field day on July 5 that surpasses Hoys' Sizes, 2 to 6, and Misses' Steei, The premises of John 'MontAND 65 c heavy soles anything of its kind ever under11 to 2 gomery, funeral undertaker, Porta-dowtaken In Boston. were completely destroyed by CANDIDATE FOR iFifty new members were received (ire. The damage 13 oa'.d to be partly Into the Indianapolis auxiliaries, covered by Insurance. splendid white x when Hub Tennis Rackets; has mahog- Backets; made with size the degree work was beautismall head nnd Y Tho death has occurred In Lim any throat piece and checked handle: ash frame, Oriental fully exemplified. strung with Q'i OK erick of the Very iRev. iDean T. R. strung with white gut. this is the gut, price OA.fV(X Tuesday evening at IBInghamton Shnnahan, St. Munchln's, from the psi popular low priced racket; the Hibernians received the loving we Tennis pastorship of which he retired pb 12 to 14 ounces, GO AA varied lineBall;tennis hae nulto a cup won In the forty-fiv- e contest of owing to advancing age a few years .... . W.vV In prices from 50c downballs ranging Y with the C. M. B. A. QE ago. ight & Sitson Star Tennis At a recent joint initiation in Thomas Hynes has been unani.. AAAA mously WfTWT Brooklyn the four degrees were conelected Clerk of the ferred on largo classes for Divisions Our stock in these lines surpass that of any for Portumna Board of Guardians and 10, 14, 1G, 19 and 26. District Council. Miss Mullen has mer year. e4xS$3xH Members of the Ancient Order been elected Matron of the Workwill regret to learn of the critical Here you will fund Laces. Embroideries, Ribbons X house. A Cup Good Is illness of .Capt. John B. Murphy at John Quinn, Secretary of the and Dress Goods in endless variety and embracing r his home in Jeffersdnvllle. Tenant's Committee, has been Inail the latest shades and designs. Your Everybody will bo glad to know formed by the Congested Districts that we will have an IriSh day cele Board that they have purchased the Everything that goes to fit one for first comma- Be Sure and Get Mulloy's Its the Best bration this year. Division 1 is mKBMf'MF&&$" estate of Robert .Blake. BallyKlunln. vj I nion and confirmation will be found here. maning tne preliminary arrange Tho amount of the purchase money Try Our "Special" Coffee 3 Lbs. 70c ments. Is $303,490 Division 5 of San "Francisco Is Tho Most Rov. Dr. Healy blessed WK GIVE SURETY COUPONS. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates as the division and laid the foundation stone of a Tens Pepper Cocoa IlnGkinc Powder. west of Chicago. ,,It provides free new church at Newport. The necesI medical attention' for all members sary funds were bequeathed by the 3MC. and their families'. late Martin Carey, and the church Will Two more divisions are being orbe known as BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 HOME PHONE CITY 3233 EDW. A. AXMAN tho Carey DAN J. HENNESSV W. MARKET ST. ganized in New York City. Those Memorial church. '3,MeS"S3-S$$'$34$Hrefusing compliance with the orders At the Presentation Conjt" Styles Now On Display 44th Legislative District of tho national (officers will soon bo Thurles Qliss JJlHy DutfTXtJT reSubject to Action of the Democratic ligion Sister UryriuTwas EVERY .OARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND few and of Httie force. professed Party. Tom Tarpy explains his absence unuji,imjii.tii0 presentation order. from recent meetings by saying that "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." e coiemony was performed by the all the tlmefoo can spare from his AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Most Rev. iDr. Harty. Archblshon of business Is stven now to working for Cashel and Emly. the sucess of tho orphan picnic. Thomas Kettle, In military uniHlbernland of Erin, Minn., had a . form, recently addressed a small CLEANED BY THE nomo coming celebration Wednes- - Til iy Record of Some Memor- - meeting at Market Square, UPSTAIRS STORE. Ft iILfu..brQlight back ma He asked the young men of Water and Olive Oil Soap Procew. ale Events, in the Catholic time residents KxiNatlon: that town to join the English army. History Vof America. (His appeal fell on deaf ears and his W I cieni Regan delivered the a i THIS METHOD UNEXCELLED." tho day. efforts did not result In getting one recruit. 33 division 3 meets Monday By James 'Rooney, LL. Tho dead body of Patrick .ucmuurs oi order are very June 20, 1C32 A. Charter of theD.Terglad to see Martin Cuslck again o a farmer, was ritory of Maryland granted to found lying on the road which runs able to be out, though It may be "THE house wrrn THE REPUTATION." Ceclllus Calvert, second Baron from Castlebar to Ballyheane. An some time yet befotf he can again Baltimore, 'by Charles I., "To be Inquest was held on the body and loth Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. engage In business. liolden of the Crown of England the Jury found In accordant with in common socage, paying there- the medical testimony CAN'T STOP THEM. for yearly on iEaster Sunday two was due to heart failure. that death Indian arrows of those parts and The Olympics failed to stop the The Rev. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account a fifth part of the gold and silver Bishop MostOssory, Dr. Brownrigg, Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of pennant rush of the Chnrnnlnna in of has appointed found there." the Twin City Leaguo last Sunday, Rev. Thomas Bowe, Diocesan Inwith mis sate, conservative, trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried and this was the only game played June 21, 1884 Jesuits took charge spector, to the pastoral charge of Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more in our premium rooms. on account of the Inclement weather. . of the University of St. Mary, Castletown, rendered vacant by the at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Galveston, Texas; founded by the death of the late iRev. In the schedule tomorrow Trinity James Holo-haper cent. No cost to you whatever. Oblate Fathers under patronage will tackle the Champs, and George Father Bowe had acted as of Bishop John "Mary Odin in Diocesan Inspector The same courteous attention eiven the Ituf, of tho Y. M. I. boys, is quoted for tho past 1854; first, chartered Catholic seventeen years. Pictare Frames and Window Shaded Made to Order. Room MoaldiBga depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. as saying that they will trim the college in Texas. loauers suro Mackln will tackle the Bertrands for tho second time, June 22, 18GG The iRev. Edward COLONELS' OPPORTUNITY'. Fitzgerald, pastor of St. Patrick's, Olympics will play the Bruins, nnd I Columbus, Ohio, preconized secDEALER IN Under the Bi Clock Imperials will meet the K. of C. Second and Market The iLouisville ball club will ond Bishop of (Little Rock, Ark.; tackle their Jonah team this again Much enthusiasm Is being manifested Stato Government Supervision. :EAJEEIt AND after oorn in L,imerick, Ireland, in noon, tomorrow and by the league members In regard to the ft. HOME PHONE 2B17 1833; ordained by Archbishop Cleveland team being Monday, our the field meet at Eclipse Park on one of Betwcoa Shelby sad Campbell. furceu in 1857; consecrated Feb hardest nuts to crack, but after dis- 803 B. WALNUT STREET. July 18, and it is predicted that It ruary 3, 18S7; dedicated first pelling the Milwaukee hoodoo will be the biggest in the history of it is church for Catholic negroes, at hoped this series will finish the one WWWWWWVWWWWVWWWWWVWMVWWWWWVHWW local amateur baseball. Tho stand. May 27, 1894; died In connected with the . near Pine Bluff, ing of the league to date! Toledos, Hot Springs, February 21, 1907. who before the beginning of the Champs 9 0 1.000 June 23, 1860 Death at .Philadel- present series had berten (Louisville Olympics 6 2 .750 phia of Eugene Cummiskoy, pio- four out of seven games. After Bertrands 5 2 .714 neer 'Catholic publisher who in Cleveland the Columbus team will S K.efC 3 .625 the early days brought out come for a series of four games, Brulos 2 5 .286 BIble, Challoner's Bible, which will bo the last until July 3, Mackln 2 5 .266 The most popular cooking device in Trinity Butler's Lives of the Saints and when the pennant leaders will come 2 6 .250 the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, Imperials other for the most Important games of tho 0 8 .000 June 24, works. 1C00 de Palafox The homo bakes perfectly and consumes the least une league wm entertain with a Mendosa, bornJuan Navarre; con-y season. Is a good showing of the In Colonels one, as is shown smoker for the benefit of the offl ZKC0RPOlU.T possible amount of gas. secrated Bishop of X.a Puebla de by the following: Three out of four cers, officials and players next los Angeles, .Mexico, from Kanas iClty, one out of three December Friday evening at "Bertrand Hall. A2SX It is made to last. 27, 1639; appointed Archbishop from Minneapolis, three out of four when an address will be made by PHONE-SOU- TH 25w. CITY 1866, of Mexico in May, 1G42; trans- from Milwaukeo and two out of four very Rev. Father Crowley, pastor of ferred to diocese of Osma. Snain. irom st. Paul, making nine out of St. Louis Bertrand's church. November 24, 1653; died there fifteen, which is very credltahln ron- October 1, 1659. sldering that .Platte and Weinberg KOXTAINM KERItY i'AUIv. June 25. 1871 Dedication of St. were out for over a week and 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Brigid's, first Catholic church in Clemons for several days. It is hoped There are and Amherst. Mass.; built by the Rev. that the club will do more than but the fact that Mazie KD. GATZ, Manager. IP. V. Moyce, pastor of break even with tho Cleveland and J. C. GATZ, JR., King will be at the Terry this week MART J. ENQLERT, Proprietor. Columbus teams to further continue means that Louisville is to have this good showing, and also that one of the cleverest and most LAWN BUOHRE. Jupiter Pluvius will give the fans artistic portrayers of that style of j a chance to turn out en masse toORNAMENTAL IRON WORK. luipmuuure. rranK morrow to witness tho double will be very pleasantly wmomberedlbilw?JtIltucJ,fr6Tai1? ,tto by local people Bertrand header. for his excellent' Association on the work wttth "The Queen of the urrouudtag Bertrand Hall, Movies" CHURCH PICNIC. when that big success If"nds Cola, Seltzer, Ginger Ale, Etc. Oak, next played Macauley's Theater last Oc- - Sri1 BttrceL near ALi KINDS OF WIRE AND IRON WORK. afternoon and evening, tober, will he another hig attraction Wed,nestlay Rev. Father 03ohlsen and the peo222-22- 4 re Escapes and" Window Guards. Wire Lattice Fences. ?pecJ? ' arrangements being ple of Holy Trinity congregation, St. SOUTH TWELFTH STREET. on OH will the bill. Other headline numbers J",?'6 a jaw crowd in the made to Matthews, are preparing evening, fin out a vaudeville bill of rare to give a Home Phone City 1ZB5. 1553-6- 1 merit. The swimming pool con- - L,6ntlnK farllltiea have been secured, church picnic on July 28. It will EAST WASHINGTON STREET. reamers of electric lights to be held on the beautiful and shady tinues to draw the crowds despite lonte Phone City 0982. grounds of Alexander iSlanhW nn the weather, which was rather cool traverse the grounds. The nights this week, and every- - noon same will be called at 2.30 Chenowoth lane. about three thing points to a hanner season for o'clock and the evening games at minutes' walk from the Interurban big pool. Thursday the big St. 8:30 sharp. The Committee of Ar- - station. the The Catholics of St. P. IMtNW, John's day picnic will be held at the rangements are John H. Hennessy, Matthews wish to exnress their LAWRENCE .. VEKAM. S. J, McElllott. Harry T. Fischer. appreciation of the presence of so park. Vfet Prat. & Trm. SMntery. . John J. Barry, Harry T. Colgan, M. many of the clergy, Knights of St. J- - McDermptt, Edward White, M. J. Jonn, Catholic Knights of America HAl'Pl' UNION. Walsh, Thcjmas H. Hines, Thomas and the many lay visitors and their i participation In the cornerstone Surrounded by many friends and Lynch and George Hackmiller. laying of the new church, relatives iRobert J. Sullivan and ' s , Miss iLoulse Kodlle were PLBASING PROGRAMME. united in Cvlrtrt Plfw, , marriage Wednesday afternoon at KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. feuMa's LUM Pijtc for Sten CaMUks, ,St Martin's church, where thev The cloeln t exercises of St. Tito's showered with congratulations, school, of Highland Park, will take The 'Lecturer of Loulsyjlle CounWlICpl4, Drla TIU. Yitrifrt Itkk. ..Iwere groom . i tie is the son of Mr. and .Place tomoi row evening in the cil, K. of C, announces sn enterri Llaiatf, Tit Brick Mrti. junn j, ouiuvan ana is one or avnooi ,,nan ana a pleasing pro taining and Instructive lecture for aa laltor Tito, Fir Cly , CMmmt gramme been &r.'auged, which the meeting next Wednesday night. line uet Known young men in the includes naa ral little playlets by . Kat JCnd, where be has. spent his mvi the !Prof. fiamuel JJ. Tinsley, lPrinclpal FFICE S38 WEST JEFFERSON ' ;tlife, and the bride is a lovely young boys and gils of the school' The of the Male High School, will bd the woman wuo lias been a favorite entertainment will begin at 8 o clock lecturer, and has taken for his subOUMB). MAIM H07. iON8CITY7-17- e. i - iv. d ji mImI. a. !.... a..! nminv I... wtl ject "Alaska." It is hoped to have Mtf Brec. tuA Kwpolte Ay But. tk Following the wedding feast and re-- mlums thertTwlHrbe a short addreea a good attendance on this occasion lOtlt. ' ' CDUB nappy ooupie left to oy Rev. J, 4 Flttgerald, pastor of in order to pay Prof. Tinsley a well . "" . ir v vrr .au .n. vv " w. IIBBNin nnn araanw nn n LUD1I UMUBTUIinill af.a ax IIBJ 1k BITVUU r n bi W ' merited compliment. 1 Vacation Time Is Here! SUITCASES, TRUNKS, BAGS 98e Division 1 will meet next ThursChancery day overling. Subject to the Every one of the eight Indianapolis divisions will have candidates Democratic Party. i k..0J $2.25 Dr. Noonan, of .ClonaBlee, has been appointed dispensary medical Action of the officer of Mountrath. Tho ilnnth lina nrmirrpiV rnthnr unexpectedly, of James JJoherty, of Tulla District Qutn, iChairman Primary Auft. 7, 1015 Council. WM. H. flcCULLOUGH Kelly, The death of Patrick Frenchpark, Is much regretted. He was a member of the Castlerea DIs trlct Council. Michael Browne, Bleachlawn, has a member of the been iBallymoro District Council in room of the late William Casey. Rev. J. J, Dowdall, Bornacoola parish, has 'been appointed pastor of by Logan, and ho Is succeeded Father Duffy, Coluimbkille. First Division, Branch. " ed ff CHAMPION TENNIS OXFORDS ... 60cand75c 60c FULL LINE Embroideries Laces and Ribbons Confirmation Outfits LEGISLATURE Fcrtr-EIih- th ,50c ,75c 60c E. S. DORSEY J n, Tennis Rackets and Balls. .... i A. First Communion of Coffee Half! Breakfast eeeefle'vfjReeeH t ism sd JOHN MlXJXylO Y HIWmHWIHfMH ; 3 , REPRESENTATIVE PALM BEACH SUITS Hennessy Mr -- " POPULAR PR Dun-dal- k. yvwvvt,swvvwvw fas Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. te 3t. Brod-erlc- k, A. well-to-d- Tip Top Bread Guaranteed Pure. 100 f Sixty-one-year-o- ld 40 n. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV-VVVVVVVVVVVVVWWVtVWVV- German Insurance BanK JOS. ZELLBR WALL WINDOW SHADBS XJICIL MEAL GAS RANGE fc Hay-doc- k's EHER WIRE WHOLB8ALB RETAIL. SON Sic.-Trea- s. VtVW.VWVVVfrWVVVWWVWtVH, rs rs, AMERICAN BOTTLING WORKS tigh Grade Fly Screens Made to Order IPIRE AND IRON WORKS X,8'!6"1 LEMON SOUR ORIGINATORSPhosphate, after-sever- al iiiiiiiiHiiniiimiiiinniiiiiininiiiiii! JL BE SURE TO CALL FOR BANNON PIPE CO. McKENNA rtt I I WHISKY. i 6tfr4 tf. I IT IS ALWAYS PURE. , t HllllllllllltilBjiti VBBBBBBBBk wi li.j I- HAMcKenna, Distiller, Fairfield. Kg. w w w HBha' m BBkaaBMI b w m 11 The commencement exercises of St. Xavier's College will be held in of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly Readers the college hall next Monday and A. 0. H. Tuesday nights, when the largest urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements class In the history of that instituprotect our readthey find In these colums. We aim to DIVISION 1. tion will be graduated. This year's ers by accepting: only firms of known responsibility. programme is one of exceptional Second and Fourth Thursday, Lieder-kran- z merit and will be rendered in a manHall, Sixth and Walnut. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES SHALE BRICK ner pleasing 'to the followers of the Of President Mark Ryan. MADE BY distributors Right Rev. Xaverlan Brothers. Vice President William Cushing. Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. Bishop O'Donaghue FEDERAL TIRES and many of Secretary Financial Edward are the VULCANIZING the clergy will grace the occasion Clancy. with their presence. BEST BRICK MADE IN The Bishop VULCANIZING CO. PALLS CITY Recording Secretary James P. will deliver an address and also JEFFERSON COUNTY 1101 OS East Broadway Bldg. the Rev. Louis G. Deppen. County Barry. Sales Office: 1010 FREE SERVICE Treasurer Thomas Keeuan. Treasurer Thomas D. Cllnes will deSergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. Home Phone Shawnee 1721 CELEBRATED liver the alumni address. P. I. BURKS & COMPANY EXTRA BRAT WURST (INCORPORATED.) DIVISION 2. KREI'S SCHOO. WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS MANUFACTURERS OK Meets First Wednesday Liederkranz &. P. BOXNWABSEB 00. PIANO PLAYERS Incorporated Hall, Sixth and Walnut. The marriage of iMiss Helen 923 OEIOER STREET Modern Player Built in Your Own Piano, Kreps to Ollle J. Schoo was solPresident JoBeph Lynch. Pianos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned, emnized Wednesday (morning Home Phone 1802 and 377 at St. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Cumb. Phone Main 877 8 West Walnut, Louisville Boniface church. Tho 'Rev. Leonard ABK TQUK PKAXEK gQ IT Recording Secretary John T. Nurrc performed the ceremony, as- Keaney. ENGRAVERS sisted by the Rev. (Patrick Financial Secretary Edward J. AUTOMOBILE TIRES and the 'Rev. Gabriel Linfort, Kelran. 8CHL1CH EJf GRAVING COJU'AM! of Cincinnati, which was followed Treasurer Thomas Hannan. I CC Puncture Proof by a Teceptiori given by the bride's ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. parents for the two immediate famPneumatic ELECTROTYPERS ilies. MIbs Mayme Winkle was maid Louisville, Ky 885 V. Main St, of honor, and the bridesmaids were 700 W. BROADWAY DIVISION 3. Home Phone City 5674 Miss Rose Scott and IMiss Rose Morthorst. Little Miss Marcella Meets lBt and 3rd Monday at HiberBAGS. "SOUTHERN STAR" 0 nian Homo, Portland. Kreps was her sister's flower girl, Manufacturers of Sachs for Flour Mills, and the only SLICED BACON President John M. Maloney. other attendants were Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Ice, etc. Write "All Ready for Your Griddle in tho Dried Grain. you may want In for price the ushers, 'Messrs. Herman Kreps, on anything the Sack Albert iBIssmeyer, Henry Mazonnl Recording Secretary Thomas Morning" line. and Fred Michael. The happy pair Klllecn. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE WALKER & Co., J. S. are now on their bridal trip, and on Financial Secretary John J. Hes- 211 W. Main Street, LouUvUlo, Ky, LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Long Distance Telephone Connections their return they will 'bo af their slon, Jr. new home, 2408 Eastern Parkway. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale- SHOE REPAIRING 8TRU0TURAL IRON WORKS. HOSTESSES. her. AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING Sentinel Thomas Noone. Foundry and Machine Shop. The outlook Is for n lnreo eathor. COMPANY Ing at the euchre and lotto enter GRAINGER & CO., DIVISION 4. 114 West Markot Street Incorporated tainment to bo given next Tuesday Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, S381 Home Phone, City Louisville, Xy. afternoon and evening at Phoenix Old Shoes Made New. Work Done Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Hill Park for the hnnpflt nf of While Ton Walt. President John II. Hennessy. Patrick's new school, for which speVice President Thomas Lynch. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. cial preparations have been mnde. IRON AND HEAVY Financial Secretary Thomas J. The hostesses for this occasion will INCORPORATED HARDWARE. Langan. bo Mrs. Magglo Corrlgan, Mrs. Recording Secretary John J. Distillers Of Carriage and Wagon Woodwork Leo A. Schmltt. Miss KllgnhatTi and Hardwaro Stanton, 'Miss Margaret Glenn, Mrs. Barry. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH TreasurerPat Connelly. IRON CO., John H. King, Mrs. John Sfoll, "HOLLENBACH" PURE RYE Sergeant-at-Arm- s l. Thomas Incorporated Mrs. Maty Nash, Miss Julia Kelly, Louisville, Ky, Mrs. Alfred Grimes, and they hope 528 W. Main St. 8 W. Main street. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. to entertain all their friends. BRINTON B. DAVIS GASKETS AND -- JABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS ,ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. IIOLV A wedding CROSS. Inter-Sout- h. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements d church, and Broadway, the contracting parties being tney una in tnese coiums. we aim to protect our readMiss Margaret A. Dalton and ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Thomas J. Newman. The bride-eleIs the lovely and accomplished daughter of Mrs. Ella Dalton, of ARTHUR A. WILL Grainger Court, and is a favorite Howe Phone City 5813 In her society circle. Mr. Newman 1b a successful young man and Is well known In business both here iai .Montgomery Street and In Frankfort. The Rev. Father Brey will be the officiating e'ergy-maHome Phone Shawaec 1010 Thirty-seconct of much Interest will be solemnized with a nuptial mass Wednesday morning at 'Holy Cross RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are fmidii n. MAOKIN COUNCIL. 1000-100- Mc-Arr- LLL Tincc IKLJ Hel-lo- n. 1818-182- There was a good attendance at the meeting of Mackin Council this week, which was spirited and interesting. The plans for the improvement of the club house are moving along satisfactorily, the work on begin. which will soon Reports showed a good sale of tickets for the Homer Smith moonlight excursion on Tuesday evening, June 29, and all who attend are promised an river trip. The outing committee announced that great interest was being taken in the reunion to be held at Fern Grove on July 20, and nothing will be left undone to make It surpass any former occasion of the kind. A number of added entries are expected In the ticket selling contest for the ?50 diamond ring. CASSIX MADE PRESIDENT. CARPET if M BUILDER fl FUNERAL DIRECTORS RATTERMAN LINOLEUM LAYER BROS. 220 South THEO. Eighth St. Ed H. Ratterman, Manager Kuneral Directors and Embalmers Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avenue WOLF MOTORCYCLES nnd ACCESSORIE3 AND CONFECTIONERY POPE AND READING STANDARD ICE CREAM S150 to $275 Home Phone Shawnee 1914 Easy Terms Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and R. L. DAVIS Picnics. Twenty-sixt- h and Portland Avenue N. E. Corner Seventh and Broadway RAKERV JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER nnd TACKER WAGON OR VAN SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK West Wnlnut Street PIONIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 198C 252." Fourth nnd Central Avenue Interest Paid On Time Deposits We Solicit Your Business L. HAMMERSMITH TRANSFER CO. HENRY SCIIUII Will A. Cassin, the well known 1103 South Seventh Street young West End attorney, has besn Home Telephone 2147 elected first President of the Kentucky Majors, a recently fonmed so- Choice Staple nnd Fancy Groceries cial organization, which already has Meat and Vegetable Market 100 membrs and is and Flno Teas and Coffee Its club rooms are Butter a Specialty at Twenty-fift- h and Main. non-partis- an V NEW ALBANY: Both Phones 178 LOUISVILLE: Both Phones 2330 MUSICAL RECITAL. GEM SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor JAfctlnj; J. L. BROWNFIELD Steam and Hot Wato LA0E OURTAIN LAUNDRY CURTAINS CAREFULLY LAUNDERED BY HAND TODD-DONIGA- N Far-rel- 800-81- UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) 1009-201- 2 ARCHITECT MAOKI.VS DELEGATES. Y. M. I. visit Baldwin 'Hall, 425 Fourth avenue, next Wednesday night, when the pupils of Miss Hester J. Stephens wjll give a vocal and piano reclt. 1. The programme is classic and Artistic and consists of seventeen i mbers. MARR ) AT ST. JAMES. A musical treat awaits those who Both Phones 508 WM. SHEET 1SGRIGG CONTRACTOR 111 IT. THIRD STSj" Home Phone 7846 Cumll THOS. J. BRODERr Fellow American Institute t IMondav nleht MapUIn Pnnnnii v Architects M. I., held a Bnlrltml olpctlnn NATIONAL CASKET CO., wttnn Building delegates to the coming AUantic Incorporated Home City 1449. Cumb. M. 1023 junsuiction urand 'Council convenEleventh and Magazine Streets. tion were chosen. The convention will be held hern In Ainmn nn,i HOME KILLED MEATS DISTILLERS. many sought the honor of representMARKET ing iMackln Council. Tim supnoaufni STATE FAIR MEAT JOHN T. BARBEE & CO Incorporated candidates were John W. Murphy, A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries 0 W. Maki Street. W. A. Link, George J. Thornton, L. Both Phones Kentucky Weller, Sherley Cunlff and Will :Q. Bucket. Old Barbee. Call and Give Us An Order Owners J. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Phones Main IMntlllery No. 22. SILVER JUBILEE. UP1 AND nEATING CON PLUMBING With elaborate-Ceremoand visTRACTORS itors present from 'aU.oxer the H. W. NEWMAN State, Jasper College, Contracting Engineer, Steam and Indiana's leading Catholic educafk Hot Water Heating and tional Institutions, fhln vuoolr fo1- Sanitary Plumbing brated its silver Jubilee. A lnrco Office: 440 Second Street Home number of clergy participated in the LOUISVILLE, KY. celebration, among them being Rev. tamer seibertz, or Now Albany, and Rev. Father Sermershelm, of St. find For (Rest, Sale or Mary's of the Knobs. Inter-Southcrn METAL PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWEf 720-73- Fay-Mu- s, IteK-lster- 35EHriutr-,T'- . MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings nt Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident John J. Lynn. First Vice President John W. Murphy. Second Vice President Martin P. Schadd. Treasurer George J. Thornton. Financial Secretary William A. Cassin. h. Recording Secretary ny on"e-s- Marshal Harfy Alberts. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Outside Sentinel George Dwyer. - JJxecutive Committee Frank G. Adaiiis; Tfeomas Bachman, Frank Geiler, A. W;Andriot, John R. Barry. i S Bucket. William G. li()5 Henry, Street Home Phone City 4392-- J The marrii e of iMiss Laura May Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-1000 Zane Street Hirst and PLJip 'M. O'Bryan was quietly solemnised Wednesday morning at St. Jan es church, the Rev. Home Phono 1191 HODAPP & MILLER E. Erie Wlllef officiating. Mr. and Hollenbach's Wine House Mrs. O'iBryan av,e gone on a trip Wholesale Manufacturers of to the lakes ai d Canada and on KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprietor their return, Jul 1, will be with tho HARNESS AND STRAP WORK Importer and Dealer In bride's sister, Mi). Earl Nofsinger, Cumb. Phono M. 1004-WINES AND LIQUORS Eastern Parkway.! 144 South Third Street 110 South Seventh Street, Loulsvillo L. A UNION tOWN. EANS & COMING EVENTS Pleez Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour, and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. AMERICAN BRASS WORKS & (JUlLDEM !Hxcliaae. COLORED CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. PJ.ATXNO Incorporated C44 E. JEFFERSON Tel. City 7147 Bronze, Brats and Ahimlnnm Caat- Model Maklnff and Machine Incs. Work. Bath Boom Fixtures an Stove Castings Nickel Plated and Polished. Brass Beds and Jardinieres All Kinds of Old Metal Ware Made Now. JAMES A. McGILL. Sec'y-Trea- s. and Gen'l Met. ETOTJJSCD The Place Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. SPALDING OO THE OARRELL-ROGER- S CO. Incorporated. CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU FACTORING AND WALL PAPER CLEANING Telephone City 2357 053-5- 0 South Clay Street 6'fr'X-:--i'-- ' DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-71- WATERS CO. Arrangements are helm? mnrin fp (INCORPORATED) an exhibit of Catholic colored 333 W. Main St. schools of Ohio the tho Emancipation nt Phones: City 135 Exposition in Chlcacn August In Tho Catholic colored schools In this C. II. Gerrard, Pres. & Gen'l Mcr. country number 165. John Hardy, Vice-PreAMERICAN IKON WORKS Incorporated FALSE RUMORS. BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS General Jobbing' Repairs Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. It has been rnmorm! frnm tlnm Plate Metal Work and Steel Construc- to tine 'that several lanrlini flrmn tion. and corporations of national reputa AUTO REPAIR SHOP Phones Main 411, East 145, City 8611 tion nau Keen contributing to the Ky. 634 E. Main St. onlsvllle, support oi me vile and filthy Menace, hotline thnrnhv to infnrn R. JEUNESSE the Catholic church, hut four of the niusi prominent are out in olilclal BUILDING CONTRACTOR statements denying connection, anionc them belncr tlie KUniir Corona. Company, Colgate & Co., Huyler's, 810 YORK STREET July 22 Grand picnic for St. mm weicn, oi grape juice rame, the Leo's church. Highland Park. Louisville, K)'. latter firm statlntr thnt. thn atnrv Phono South 1753 Monday, Juno Summer fesconcerning them emanated from the tival on St. James 28 school gounds, O. F. BENDER iieu wing grape juice nrm, a rival Bardstown road and Edenside. concern, and charged that the letJuly '28-2- 9 Annual lawn feto and JERSEY DAIRY ter's salesmen wero directed tn cir and Elizabeth culate that rumor. The Welch peo festival for Sts. Mary grounds. Ice Cream Manufacturer Hospital, on hospital ple lunner statea tnat they donated Special Prices to Churches and August 11 Picnic of St. Aloysius a buildinc for Cathnlln oluirrh Picnics services since tho burning of the church at Poweo Valley. Both Phones Catholic church in Westfield, N. Y., First and College Streets wnere tney are located. The merly of the Retreat on Kellogg Company cite the fact that tho Nowburg Sacred Heartwell road several of their district managers in Louisville, who Is and charge known in of tho and officials are imembers of the Des Moines house as Sunorlnr ia H.nigms or Columbus. So much for sisted by several other priests of in tho rumors. order, in addition to the work in connection with the monastery they EDUCATION CONVENTION. will also clvo missions, conduct fortv s. , June 20 Closing exercise Ann's school, Seventh avenue, At 730 p. m. June 22 Picnic of St. Patrick's school at Phoenix Hill 'Park. After noon and evening. June 23 Lawn euchre and lotto, St. Louis Bertrand school lawn, afternoon and evening. June 25 Euchro and lotto by Catholic Knights and Ladies of America in Bertrand Hall, afternoon and evening. June 29 "Mackin Council Social Club moonlight excursion on steamer Homer Smith. July 5 Fourth of July orphans' picnic on orphanage grounds. Payne and Cavewood. July 13 Moonlight excursion by Hibernian Social Club on steamer W the CereniOllV RnUl hlMilo nnrt are widely known and many friends .1 SUAUI JMW J" " ii- J- ' iiu very pretty Wedding was solemnized Tuesday iWrnlng in St. Agnes church at Unlontown, when Miss Mary Willie Pfeffer becamo tho bride of Raymond McGowan, Rev. Father Kellernaers performing A WE KSSFZGTrir&X.-X- ' SUBMIT That our dairy products are the embodiment of purity. Porfect freshment Is guaranteed to you on butter, cream and milk. Buy our dairy produets and compare them with the thoroughly unsatisfactory cold storace variety. GBAY-VO- I ALLMEH SAN. MIKE OO. CHARLES WILLMAN PLUMBER Home Phono City 1396 1201 West Market Street exienu congratulations .'iii1 A. L. KER TT- - GUNN CONFECTIONER AND Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 5 PI Special Rates on Large Orders . TTIV VWT.VKTn TT rjLURE IX IRELAND. m cent census shows th.it whereas in England and Wales the 1104 South Seventh Street constabulary are as one to 815 of the population, in Ireland they are M. J. WALLSIHELD J. F. LINK one to 31G, and their relative costliFLORIST ness Is In Uko proportion. More- CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' over there are some 20,000 trained AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL Choice Cut Flowers nnd Dcslj! troops, and according to some n Specialty Home Phono 3117 estimates considerably more, in gar1124-3- 2 RAMMERS AVENUE Cumb. Phone S. 1640 rison In Ireland, besides an addiHome Phone City 7319 tional 20,000 of the Carsonite Seventh and Oak Streets Volunteers who, after over a year's AUTOMOBILE TOPS AND COVERS training by army experts as an FORD TOURING CAR COVERS eight force and 2121 Osage Avenue months' training at tho Govern$9.00 ment's oxpense, have not yet gone to GUARANTEED FALLS CITY BUGGY TOP. the front, whither tho Nationalist $2.00 PIANO TUNING S2.00 128-13- 0 South Floyd Strcc Volunteers were sent within a few REPAIRING weeks after enlistments Whether Phone City 1748 Phone Shawneo 1253 this, or traditional sentiment, or tho suppression of B. H. BUETER hrgans that advised Irishmen to 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS serve their country at home, or the SURGEON VETERINARY MANUFACTURERS evolution of a coalition government HORSE SHOEING that included Sir Edward Carson Louisville Made Furnaces and Lord iLansdowne, the Orange 110 SOUTH FIRST STREET! 210-22- 2 S. Ninth St. leaders, as important Cabinet offiHome Phono, City 2365 cers, or the secret distribution of Homo Phone City 2542 literature, has had Home, City 91 a cooling influence is unascertaln-abl- e, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHKb Cumb. 3. 981 Ico Cream Manufacturer Home Phone 6574 Incorporated ICE CREAM and SHEtT $1.00 Per Gallon S. E. Cor. Twenty-fourt- h and Rowa irv HORNUNG antl-enllstl- nt a failure is certain. but the fact that recruiting CHURCH AND MEXICO. Is PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT STRASSEL-GAN- S 9 63 MISS JOSEPHINE WOLFJ SOUTH THIRD STREET AND CONFECTIONER CATERl 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TsUaaMMCsaali . S """"" ww - bm. -( ww- f Umm. Clfv 7189. .vnvp WW. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Jn point of attendance tho comln? convention of the Catholic Educational Association. Dromises tn hn one of the largest in its history. This will ho the twelfth annual meeting of the association and the first held In tho Northwest. The East will send a very large contingent and other points throughout the country wan oe most generously represented. Tho details of the convention are now well in hand, and the local committees, comnrislntr nrfoatst of the Twin Cities, promises a cor- tuai welcome to all delegates and friends of Catholic education. Ireland, who has taken a most active Interest in the nreiun. tions for tho convention, will en tertain at dinner every evening', having as his guests the prombont delegates in attendance. All tickets from the EaHt to San VranMnnn Tinva the privilege of a stop-ovon the rauroaas passing through St. Paul. Arch-Ulshop er FASSIONIST MONASTERY. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. PHONE CITY 859. JOHN B. WALTERS' 510 and Clay Street Brewery The Passlontst Fathers, who more than a year ago made arrangements to establish In Des Moines, Iowa, a branch house of their order, have purchased a site for their monINCORPORATED t Twentieth street LOUISVILLE. KY, astery avenue, comprising and St. Joseph about twenty-fiv- e acres. No definite plans "WRANM are as yet made for the erection of any buildings, but it Is hut a matter of a short time when a monastery will be erected. A. full corps of teachers will bo in charge and 'oung men with an Inclination for the priesthood will he given an oppor tunity or pursuing tnetr studies to that end. Th order sow has a chapel on Ninths street, near 612 CLAY STREET! where msf is said every Sunday. RsT.BafjAtt Haaley, G. P.. tot liOCIBVIXABJ. , Vanquished cannibalism and paganism. hours devotions, give retreatB and She render services of much valuo to the lished overthrew Idolatry and estabclergy of the surrounding- territory. place. the Christian religion In Its She abolished polygamy, and oaPORATED FOR WOJLIX'S EYE. taught the Indian races of Mexico and Western North America the Conditions would seem to point to sanctity of tho marriage relation. a silk winter. She was tho first in the New For girls' morning and play frocks World to establish for the native more simplicity prevails. races universities, colleges, schools, WaistB for young girls and chil- hospitals, orphan asylums, jytfeccsiiiiiMsiM. yBte j condren incline to plainness, as is the servatories of music and industrial case with th.elr elders. schools. She improved the social and doWomen now rather eschew wearing flowers either with their after- mestic life of tho natives through the training she gave them In agrinoon or evening costumes. For children's dresses the ma- cultural arts, Industrial pursuits and terials used are chiefly organdy, the learning of useful trades. She made Mexico a center of mismarquisette, batiste and lightsionary effort for Western North weight taffeta. Boys may wear tho popular Nor- America, sending her missionaries folk In tweed or In serge, and the among all the races occupying tho trousers may be either straight or in country extending from Bohrlng Strait to the Isthmus of Darien, Her knickerbocker style. efforts Though the wearing of summer Missouriextended as far east as the river and Florida. frocks is just beginning, advance autumn models are already making NEVER TARNISHES. their bow to the trade. JZY. With the late season; there seeniR Perhaps you don't go to church to have come a taste for broader frequently, and perhaps you do. If stripes, wider spacing but tho nar- you are a regular attendant you may rower stripes are modfsh. Home spend as many as three hours out of Cumb. Phone West 19! The silk Buit becoming each week's 112 waking hours in THE is ubiquitous as the weather grows church. During the remaining 109 warmer, and the models range from hours of the week you do a lot of the simplest to the moet elaborate. things and go to many places. Evening frocks of white taffeta are To how many places do you go in liked, and are usually fashioned .on a week that you wish you had not HCOPORATBB the fitted bodice, full skirt, drop visited? To how many places do you shoulder lines, to , which taffeta go upon leaving which you feel the seeme peculiarly adapted. r, worse for the visit? Did you ever Wash materials that are popular go to church and upon leaving refor the younger bqys' suits are gret the visit? Did you ever feel BottJ , linens, percales, ginghams, piques, the worse for having attended toadlng brs and esta. Resowoed lor purity, i la even that khaklh cloth which Is AttnuLt Jn na nrn laant st all and sack an excellent febrto lor rough pUe, which. w visiting ORUBfiR sVlBUSW, AUngrt, Lot wear. or qtfr Iom bcatts of tho tIiHT - Dr. W. H. Sloan, writing for the Missionary, tolls what the church did for Mexico: PAINT CO. 213 West Market Street Weddings and Parties Gi Special Attention Charles Wolf, .Managt! PRANK FEIiR BREWING v 0 Brewers and Bottlei LOUISVILLE!. lht O v WIEDEM Celebrated Draught and BREWING COMPAI J TnVFIi 1 nvr rgrt &,AJ&?"L .(.