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Kentucky Irish American: June 17, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916061701_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: June 17, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $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. l ' m 1 PUT THAT IN YOUB ' rii'E f AND SMOKE IT fl orouwrACTOHY Kentucky Irish American NO. 25. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916. EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. PRIdE FIVE CENTS. MEMORIAL To Irish Kovolutionlsts Draws Big Gathering In New York City. CAMPAIGN For Presidency Now On in Ileal Earnest With Nominations Made. Large Sum Kaiscd in Aid of Suffering ami Persecuted People in Ireland. Progressives Not Very Enthusiastic Over the Selection of Hughes'. Before Being Muzzled Herald Expressed Typical Attidudc of Mooscrs. Protestant Minister Says There Can Be No English-America- n Alliance. REFLECTS GENERAL SENTIMENT GOV. GLYNN'S HASTERLYADDRESS With the nomination of Wilson The following account In the and Marshall the campaign is now piess tells of the on in earnest and the average voter memorial meeting held In New York will have his fill of campaign City Saturday evening, simultanedocuments and arguments from now ously with like meetings. throughout Until November. While tho Repubthe country, and reflects the popular licans claim they aie satisfied with sentiment throughout the United Hughes as their candidate, neverEngland and Its States against theless he has no brought tho methods: Bull Moosers back into camp as The walls of Madison Square Garthey had expected, but Instead the den, If they have ears, have heard latter aie skulking In their tents, bemany mighty choruses of cheering coming more angry with themin their venerable years of selves than with Roosevelt. Only e prizefights. But races and last week it was said in these colStanding, left to right Bernard Kearney, William Heffernan, William Moriarty, Thomas Heslln, John Baldwin, Martin Kilkenny, John Kearney, Joe Burke, George they have never heard louder cheers umns that It was only a question William Duane than were brought forth last night of a short time that Teddy would as W. Bourke Cockran and other Sitting, left to right John Brady, Frank Cullen, James Hogan, Louis AValsh, Martin Mullaney, Leo P. Rellly, Edward McGrath, Courtney Davern. follow in the footsteps of William denounced England Jennings Bryan to the The Bertrand Minstrels, who will give two performances Monday and Tuesday evenings at Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, near Oak for killing Ireland's new martyrs realm of politics, and it came the "Sixteen of '1C." true than expected. As their native land. Tliey were made stated quicker the Bull Moosers are martial law with all Its rigors. That much it is safe to say, for his associates "like dogs." Ho reabove, of the same heroic stuff which' wa3 sorer at themselves than at RooseThey demand a leturn to trial by more than ten thousand Irishmen ferred to the rumor current in In the noble Americans who founded velt judge and jury. The Countess and Irish women as many as ever certain Irish and German circles because they now realize this republic. Thomas McDonagh, he has used and buncoed them how Plunkett, who recently visited the have been crowded into the gar- that the British had been "tipped for who was executed as one of the persorial benefit, any qne event were there off" from this country concerning United States, Is confined In Mount-jo- y den for and they prison. meetsigners of the Irish proclamation, hardly in a mood to accept his aro for the Irish memorial maBs adexpeytlon, the : was a poet of no little merit. He vice ing, and they brought their voices and that If the report proved to be supporting Hughes. is ORPHAN, PICNIC. "What Might Have Happened published several books, one of more inthan likely that they Itwill with them. Not more than half of true "we shall know what to do Side Lights on the ItercntUnrispoem about Irish Becure some revenge by supporting which contains a those who appeared at the garden with the politicians and betrayers Had American Revolution , ing ami Cruelty of of the At the weekly meeting heroes. His life and his death are the Democratic party just to spite entrance were able to get in, and of free men trying to. liberate their Society Monday Failed. Orphan Catholic In full accord with the spirit of his Roosevelt Jf nothing else. The Proby 7:30 o'clock, half an hour before country." lisitish. repreevening the congregations writings: gressives as a rule have been an the meeting was scheduled to start, sented Included the Cathedral, "Let Erin remember the heroes emotional set and they c.an hardly the police reserves had ordered that MASS FOR HUSH MARTYRS. t, St. Aloysius, Blessed brave, be expected to enthtise over no more persons should be admitted the St. Cecilia, St. And gild their names in her Sphinx-lik- e Hughes, he having none into tne garaen ine uioubunus w., requiem high mass Itccruiting Praetiealiy at Stand CharlesSt. Brigld's, St Columha, St. Difference Between Our Early Borromeo, story, of the charm of their former idol, were d sappolnted had to be con-- 1 Magdalen's m be at gt M American Heroes and Sinn still and No Recruits, meetings , churcll Brook aml College, next Frances of Rome, St. George, Hdly Who nobly died their land to save, the1 Rough Rider. tent with two open-ai- r .Cross, Holy Name, St. James, St. Fciners. Of course some of tho ProgresWhen knaves forgot her glory." held in Madison avenue. Secured. Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. St. Bertrand, John's, St. Louis The Irish rebellion failed .because sives have already declared their They did more tnan lenu u eir , commemoration of the death of Magdalene? Mary St. Michael's, sufficient preparation had not been fealty to the Republican nominee, voices to the demonstration. They the Irish martyrs recently exe'' Philip Church of Our Lady, St. made, England was in a position to being forced to do so in some ingave their money with reckless cuted in Dublin. .1 Right Rev. Denis The crowds Irish Eaipd Only Because Pre- send unlimited numbers of troops stances, the course of the Louisville abandon to help the widows and O'Donaghue, Bishop of Louisville, The Countess Plunkctt Is Con- Kerl, Sacred Heart. On last are becoming larger, and tho spirit to put down the uprising, and many Herald being an example. children of the sixteen who died for will bo in the sanctuary. Rev. paration Had Not Been correspondingly fined in Mountjoy . (it enthusiasm Irishmen did not respond to the Saturday, the day of the nominaIreland. How much they gave will Daniel A. Driscoll will be the cele. more dominant. AX. . call of patriotism. Tho utter fail- tion of Hughes, the Herald, speaknot be known until there has been brant of the mass, assisted by Rev. Prfsioii. Ipladu. xHr-- " Mis. Morgan TT. 'Parlinfof the ure of the rebellion is almost proof ing of Hughes, says: "Are wcr to "htno to count up, hut a hundred Francis O'Connor as deacon and announced her Linen Committee, positive that Germany had little or choose a dumb man, an unk'n'tWH," piled high with green and Rev. James Maloney as baskets Again the Herald Masdames committee as follows: nothing to do with, the movement. a sphinx?" veliow money indicated it was a Rev. Cletus Brady, C. P., will of John E. Kramer, D. Burke, M. TYRANNYP(RACTICEDBYENGLAND She probably did try to land some said: "It will be hard, very hard, of coiemonles ENLISTMENT TOTAL ONLY foitune, ficiate as master 95,000 Brady, Sphan, Powers; Misses munitions, but had tho affair been to pretend that Mr. Justice Hughes The green and yellow In tha The oration will be delivered by savior. It is Lodde, Ruth O'Connor. Rose planned by the German general is the heaven-sen- t baskets reflected the keynote of the the pastor, Rev. Wlliam Gause called the flag Mary Mandlehr, Morrlmee; gar- pohl, whose scholarly attainments, Burgy, staff the chances are that England true that he has pretty special decorations In which the Bentiment, Messrs, D. Burke, D. Hennessy, Al experienced great diff- beautiful. 'Tis a would den waa dressed. Overhead a suy combined with his thorough knowlfollowing but it will hardly serve to steer Brann's iculty Inhave from The Smith, Al Osborne, Girardl, George From edge of and sympathy with the Irish Press News Service. handling the situation. of green hid the crossbeams. lighting-likby." interesting Now for the Iconoclast will' prove The Rev. Father Keating, ot the 11 Naber, Marcllllate. balconies and galleries and boxes cause of those who gave up their change. Wednesday morning the was an- reading for many who are unacarrived in The Apron Committee were draped the green, white and lives for a principle, is sufficient Carmelite order, who HEATH. HAPPY Herald reproduces on Its first pago and her Ireland E. G. quainted with yellow colors of the flag of the guarantee that the subject will be New Yoik from Dublin on Monday nounced as follows: Mrs. the appeal of its syndicate owner, for Republic," while well handled. A general invitation and is at the Carmelite House, Netherland, Chairman; Messrs. Joe troubles, which have existed Engshort-live- d "Irish Sister Walburge Simpson, of the John C. Shaffer to Roosevelt, askeast end of the is extended all true lovers of lib- stated that a priest who was minis- Hoerter, Charles Fedler. Kirchdorfer, hundreds of years because of swung high at the Sisters of Nazareth, died somewhat ing him to support Hughes and det; lish misrule: unexpectedly at Henderson last arena was an actual battle flag of erty and the Irish causp, regard- tering to the wounded on Stephen's Ed, Pope, Dan Lawler, f. J. Tho failure ot the Irish rebellion Saturday, having received the sac- cline the Progressive nomination. C. Mesdames McClusky, one which less of affiliation. Mrs. Fred Harlg Green was shot and badly wounded he "republic" the same says: "Justice will preside at the organ and a by British soldiers. Taylor, J. Doyle, Lorenz, Ed Wln-nl- and the tragic fate of the ('Irish raments of the departing that day. The Herald owner floated over the Dublin Postofllce perHughes, who embodies in choir of fifty voices will sing the Murphy, John Busche-nieye- leaders call vividly to mind A pic- Her health was not good for a long sonality and in his publichisstateDan during the recent revolt. requiem and appropriate solos. ture of what might have hapened time, nevertheless she continued ment exactly the same spirit C. Rogers, J Dant, A. Irish Tress News Sen Ice. The meeting was one long cheer, for every mention of Ireland or GerSince the revolution there have Cooper, C. M Ferris, J. B Smith, had the American revolution failed. her work fatlhfully to the end, for Americanism and preparedness as DOMINICAN NUN HONORED. many or the United States being been practically no recruits secuied C. L. Crush, Campbell, C. Speckert, The Irish rebellion failed, fnerefore she taught to dismissal time on you (Roosevelt) have voiced." It is for the army In the Provinces of Perherron, William Jlnser. Maggie the men who fought) for the freedom Friday ,and died at 1:15 the next believed that the greeted with great demonstrations. averago Bull The list of candidates for hon- Munster, Lelnster and Connaught Wallace; Misses Edith Dowling. of their country are traitors. The afternoon. The fatal attack lasted Mooser Indorses more the sentiHisses and boos greeted the menof Louisville, or in tho Counties of Donegal, Mary Poll, May Walker, Margaret American Revolution did not fall, two or three hours, during which ment of the Herald's local editor tion of Great Britain, while the ors at the University Sciences, College of Arts and this Cavan and Monaghan In Ulster. The Ganz, Nlehaus, HIgglns, therefore Washington and his men she was suriounded by the Sisters when he said that Hughes' expresMayme namo of France was received beand two physicians, who labored sions "would hardly serve to steer The names of Lafayette year contains the namo of Sister city of Belfast (population 400,000) Nellie Kenny, Waldschmldt, MuH were patriots. The difference silence. tween patriot and traitor is often faithfully to the end. She did not by." Again tho average Progresand Rochamheau were cheered, but Rose Spalding, O. S. D., upon whom claims to have furnished 43,186 phy, Linton, FItzpatrlck. Rev. E. E. Wlllett, pastor of St. merely the difference between suc- die on the operating table as some sive is not placed in tho samo the volume of the tribute was as the faculty of the Institution con- soldieis and declaies no more will Nationalist James church, was asked to address cess and failure. There is a differ- Louisville papers said. Sister Wal- situation as the Herald local edithe which ferred the degree of bachelor of bo sent until nothing compared to that ence, however, between the position burge, as became a follower of St. tor forced to support the RepubliMary Rose Is a counties are forced to send more the meeting, and predicted a Sister greeted the name of Von Steuben, science. the Prussian General who fought native of Bardstown and a member men. As a result arecruiting has slorious success, for in his opinion of our Revolutionary heroes and the Vincent do Paul, was of a notably can nominee. In nothing could withstand tho heroic Sinn Felners. The men who signed childlike disposition. St, practically been at standstill Kind, helpof the Dominican Sisterhood of There was more real enthusiasm under Washington t6tal enlistments for Thousands of dollars were con-- ; Catharine of Sienna community, Ireland. Theaccording to Belfast efforts being made by the society the Declaration of Independence ful and unassuming, sho aspired at the Democratic convention In St. to eclipse all previous affairs of were really subjects of '.Great Britain onl to advance her pupils; sho Louis this week than, could be exHhntort tn tho Irish Relief Fund. Sprlngneld. For several years sne all Ireland, oil are 95,000, them ac loved them and therefore was a pected, when It is taken into conand late last night those In charge has been connected with Holy Ros- Dally News, vicinity claim ofto which this kind in financial results. "I nnd practically ajl as have feel certain, If the elements are knowledged George of Belfast and their lawful successful teacher. This was the sideration that there was no conof Louisville, of the meeting were still counting ary Academy The Province propitious," he said, "that you will sovereign. What then objected to first death among the Sisters at test on for tho nominations. It The sneakers, all of which institution she Is at present supplied iiii mnnov. hardly roallze the $10,000 you are aiming was not English rule, vbut English Henderson, although they have Is believed that this is due in a whom denounced English rule in Superior and Directress. Her pre- - ot Connaught has supplied foity-foyears. It measure to the masterly address of for, because the cause deserves it, misrule and lack of representation been there Ireland as tyrannical and oppres- - paratory studies were maue at 4,000 recruits. Holy Name Martin Glynn,' Temporary Cockran. Lincoln University, Nebraska; Mar- and the people are eager to help They rebelled against I their ac- - caused a shock In theprepared for alve, were- W. Bourk-government because parish and one was nowledged Chairman, his review of the course mm Irish Prcsi News (service. you." Congressman Jonn J. 1'iizgeraia, queue university, iiuiotuk of the concourse of parents and pupils of past administrations in times of John Hoban, was despotic. iroin It was reported that the Right ot Brooklyn; the Rev. A. A. Bene, tne university ot uquisvuie,degree. Irish Volunteers Commanderand the Al. in Mayo, strong, particularly ThA mon wim HlenodlMin nmcln-- 1 who attended mass for her repose stress being O'Donaghue her Denis Rev. Bishop of Cambridge, Mass., and Jeremiah which she obtained Imprisoned. had promised to attend a meeting mntlon establishing the short-liveon Monday. Sister Walburge, who while his ringing talk on Americanbeen McIIugh have A. O'Leary. the last n.imed bel'S Sister Mary Rose Is a sister of Rev. made" had never ac - was oorn in union county, tinny ism had the real flavor and did organiHenry S. Spalding. S. J., of Further arrests have been taken at during the month and he hopes to Irish Renuhllc the head of the to eight years ago, was about twenty styles the prisoners of the be able to be present next Morylay knowledged that England had any years In the Sisterhood of Naz- not smack pestered jingo lately, we known as th.9 American Loyola University, Chicago, whose Balla and prison. zation have been with the They did right to rule Ireland. Supreme Society. Court works have merited public favor Castlebar night. Truth not consider themselves subjects of areth. Sho taught In many places kind you would expect to hear tmd literary esteem. A. Hendilck Justice Peter Irish Press News Service. at Hickory Corners on the Fourth Great Britain. Thev were out and and was burled at Nazareth. SACRED HEART CHURCH. while Wilton Uackf.ye, thj proceeding of James The trial His explanation of the of July. d ut enemies of English rule In CELKintATKS SlbYKIl .JUBILEE. Flanagan, ofis Belfast, charged with actor, was master of crev.onles. MURPHY RUCHAKT. Wilson policy was the best defense and made no effort to hide the green. nioining at 7:30 Tomorrow Inside the garden all waB among the Belfast dock of the President's course yet heard. Rev. Father J. T. Keelty, of St. sedlt!6n Tho defendant said: "We o'clock at the Sacred Heart church fnct that they were simply awaitGreen cloths completely hid tu workers. The wedding of Miss Virginia Many Democrats have not agreed every- Louis fifty children will ing the proper opportunity to take left church, Bertrand's ceilings. IriBh flags fluttered In this country a class of about a government Murphy and Oscar A. Buchart will with Wilson's policy in the EuroOhio, have maitlal law free speech and receive their first holy communion up arms against where, while nearly all present wore Wednesday for Columbus, with the denial of take place Wednesday morning at pean war, believing he allowed which they considered a usurper. green canatlons. The American where he will celebrate his silver liberty. A man has but to die once f join the hands of Rev. Patrick England too latitude while twenty-fbeloved patriots who fought 8 o'clock at the Cathedral of tho unnecessarily much with Germany The American jubilee, yesterday being the flag was also much in evidence. severe his motives are Walsh, their zealous and The ceremdny will Bishop O'Donaghue will fnr ti..iRnonir.npA werp. rebels In the Assumption. anniversary of his or- and after death is a cause I would pastor. Inopening the meeting Justice ifth "anyone could agree with Judged, and this be performed by the Rev. Father but hardly Hendrick said that the meeting had dination to tho priesthood, and in die for. Yes, I am, a lebdl and pay his visitation to this church real sense of the word. They had Rock. Mrs. Joseph Donahue, of his Mexican policy in bargaining and at 11 o'clock will administer been loyal citizens. They rebelled called to express tho sym- honor of the occasion he celebrated proud to be one." been and bandits of the will be the with the sacrament of confirmation, mak- against their government because it South Bend. Ind., American citizens for the high mass at the mother house of ufo an?8 g' pathy of do-tribe, and ing it a great day for the Sacred was tyrannical, not because they matron of honor, and little Miss velopments show that helatest bo v Ireland, the victims of the Dominican nuns, St, Mary of will "heroes of Mary Dennis Murphy, cousin of the Heart parish. These ceremonies' denied that England had any right an oppressive and tyrannical gov- the Springs, where Sister Constance Irish Press News Service. The Irish bride, will be the flower girl. Ed- compelled to take the course he will not interfere with the regular to rule In America. long ago ernment in their struggle for na- Keelty, a sister of Father Keelty, The Most Rev. Thomas A. Sunday services, which begin at 6 fought not as rebels but as patriots ward Buchart will bo his brother's should have taken and if necesindependence." He referred Is Prioress. Although no announcerepudiate Carrahza died tional Cork, Bishop of The ushers will bo sary against an invader who had con- best man, "Engllsh- - ment of the anniversary had been died Wednesday morning. He was and 9 o'clock. to what he called the intervene in Mexico. McNamara, of Joseph quered their country. They nev,er Messrs. press of New York," given out, Division 4, A. O. H., of born in Cork In" 1839, was eduLocal Democrats aro satisfied American UNDERGOES OPERATION. admitted for a moment that Eng- Keokuk; Robert T. Burke, William with the situation of which Father Keelty is chaplain, cated at Minerva College, Rome, from their which according to his way The land had the shadow of a right to Sandman, Frank Audrach. is looking at things has been re discovered the fact and a commit- and was appointed Bishop of Cork ceremony will be followed by a standpoint, as they believe there the Rev. John D. Fallon, assist- govern them.. The still an impassable breach in ferring to the iristi as "nypnen-ales.- " tee headed by President John In 1886. pastor at St. Cecilia's church, been wedding breakfast at the home of G. O. P. between the regulars and ant there has God knows Vice President Thomas enough Injustice nnd oppression in the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tho was taken 111 last week,, Tho refusal Bull Moosers. "There Is no such a thing as a Lynch, Trpasurer .Pat Connelly and Irish Press News Service. operation on the British rule of Ireland to have Daniel F. Murphy, 1622 Windsor recent W. White, the Progressive a successful of C. The attempt of the rebels to blow hyphenated Irishman in America," W. P. McDonogh waited on their Joseph's olace, for the two immediato fain- - leader, to enter St. the Republican he added, and the crowd yelled and friend and adviser Tuesday even- up the Nelson monument In Dublin Wednesday Hisat friends an(l people justified rebellion even if that rule lles of the bridal party. Mr. and had not been established by con primary proves thjs, as it is not being waved their flags for half a minute, ing and presented him with a purse failed, the explosives spend newly minted sufficiently powerful. On Saturday vlll rejoice to learn that o is now quest against tho consent of the Mrs, Buchart will Springs, their believed that the Old Guard in the when he declared that America has containing twenty-flv- e Va., G. O. P. are not extending the1 m tho road to speedy and complete people. For every reason that toneymoon at Hot no more loyal citizens than those silver dollars in honor ot the oc- eight bodies of robels were disintheir return will to Rev. the He casion. Father Keelty expressed terred from the Castle yard and ecovory. ordained, James Maloney caused againstAmerican patriots are and on for the present make their hand of welcome to their erring of Irish birth or extraction. Mr brothers. with will assist econtly England there It is believed that the linked the name of .Patrick" Pearse, his thanks for the token, bui one in Trinity College yard. Five "Vaney, the pastor, until Fathe1 rebelthousand' reasons why Irish pa- home 3uchart's parents, Mr. and Mrs local Progressives will knife the Fathei ten at of the remains have been Identified, Lhe executed President of the Irish couldn't overcome his suprise triots should do tho same thing roseph E. Buchart, on Cherokee Republican nominee for Congress, Republic, with that of Emmet, and the fact that the news of his sil- being well known men. Thomar "allon'8 return. Prosecuting Attorney and State for the Emerald Isle. For every )laza. Oeemond Fitzgerald has been sensaid that the name of Pearse and ver jubilee had become public. in Senator this year, and the Repubtenced to ten years' penal serv TOIOIEU EPISCOPAfj ISHNISTER tyranny practiced by England would live his FIFTY-FOUtnHn licans will retaliate next year by Tho vnnlonn nnHmato that America previous to the war of ANNUAL PICNIC JUESDAY. forever in Irish history. allowing the Bull 77G thero have been ten thousand Rev. Charles D. Meyer, of Mont not evea 'K nor rnt. of tlie nrlsoners are1 Rev, Dr. Berle followed JusThe The Most Rev. John J. Glennon Moosers a peep in at the primary Arresta continue In clair. N. J., a 'former minister I JrM&ofnnta ach a thousand time3 worse In The annual ptcntc of the chit and got the crowd tice Hendrick Archbishop of St. Louis,, one of thr nominations. The real i'rogressive one e the dren of St. Patrick's school will b' he country districts, and there are the Episcopalsix church, wfas to tb 'reland. worked up when he mad leaders here have burned their ordained prisoners awaiting a class of The Irishmen executed by EnK- - most energetic members of ome 2,400 reason to held at Phoenix Hill ' Park nc Riatement that he bad bridges behind them as far aa the the well priesthood in New York City tb' and were not adventurers ngntin American nierurcny, was uuy-io-u lal. Patrick O'Conor, and evening believe that a movement was un- Tuesday afternoon nown author, was arrested i at past 4weak by Right Hay. John ' "or sordid gold as some would have years old Wednesday. His ner Republican party la concerned and n There will be varied amusement' der way to form a it would not be surprising to see rmagh. They were patriots of Cathedral will be one of the fine Various Boards of O'Connor,, Bishop of Newark. T believe. Dlnn alliance tffter the close of the including euchre and supper. by he highest type, men willing to go on thlB continent, and Is being com them lining up with Democracy in uardlans denounce the continued ceremony took plaee In 8t Patrick' th Buropean war. He declared that uid supper will be served? o sure death for tha liberty of pleted without incurring any debt local elections. rreets and ' the continuance of Cathedral. "Bngland had shot down Pearse and women of the parish. New York six-da- y big-tim-Irish-America- ns down-and-o- ut IRELAND. 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I I fS33EP8 COUNCIL )f SUMMER House furnishing Necessities For the Kitchen, Porch and Lawn $12.00 Hammocks $9.50 .SATURDAY. JUNE 17, 1916. her purposes and has conducted herself on the high seas with a rights of 0f the flne di8regani neutraiSl She threatened to starve Germany int0 submission, and vlrtuany blockaded neutral ports as a part of her Inhuman programme. the seas She promised to sweep clear of German craft of all kind and to follow the German fleet Into the home ports and destroy It like "rats In a trap." The world held Its breath and waited like one in a dream, and the world has Jiad a grand awakening. Instead of a starved Germany it is a starving England that confronts it, as witness the Government order curtailing the use of meat, which only applies, and can only apply, to the Instead of a German fleet destroyed In its home ports like "rats in a trap," the world sees a German fleet victorious in the greatest sea battle in the world's history, and England's naval supremacy and naval prestige smashed to smithereens. What the German undersea boat began the German fleet has almost finished, and neutral nations, freed from the nervous terrors Insphed by England's tremendous armada, may now take heart of grace and Insist respected. on thelr rights being These are the facts, and twist them as they may the hired apologists of England at home or tbroad can not alter their ugly look. well-to-d- o. WHAT WIS NKKD. arrived Thursday arms, canvas seat and back. from California to spend a month Lawn Benches 69c June 18 Closing exercises of St. with Mr. .and Mrs. John Meagher, Philip Nerl's school at 7:45 p. m: luu4 .b'irst street. Hose Reels 59c 0 d Minstrels of June Hardwood Folding Lawn Hardwood Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Groff, of New Hose Athletic Club in Bertrand Benches, 3V feet long, painted Orleans, and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Reels, with capacity Hall, evening only. Gibson, also of that city, will be in nnd varnished. for 100 feet of hose. Juno 21 Trinity Council moon.this week to attend the light excursion on steamer Homer Louisville wedding. Smith. Oil Stoves $3.50 Irons $2.19 Garden Hose June 29 Euchre and lotto of of Little Mrs. H. T. Esterle, O. H. Rock, Ark., will HlUernlan Social Club inA. New Perfection Oil Special Sale of Gen$4.75 give a theater Hall, evening only. Cooking party and luncheon at Fontaine Stoves, are eral Electric and Hot A special offering of Juno 29 Moonlight excursion, Ferry Park on Monday, June 20, in smokeless and odorPoint Electric Irons. 50 feet, guarangiven by Columbia Athletic Club on honor of Miss Aline Zlx. specially priced less, teed Garden Hose, steamer Homer Smith. Toasters at 98c with hose reel and in this sale: July 4 Annual orphans' picnic on Misses Charlotte and Mary Webb combination brass returned Tuesday from St. CathSt. Vincent s grounds. 'Westinghouso ElecS 7.05 nozzle. OVal shape Tennis 9 Lawn fete and din- erine Academy, near Springfield, July tric Toasters, com8.05 to spend the vacation with their d ner for Holy Cross church, Racquets, extra 12.83 plete with .cord. mother, Mrs. Charlotte Webb. Cookers $15.00 - burner and Broadway. 4 Clark strung 08c July 26 Picnic of St. Ann's Duplex Durham Patrick Bannon, of the Bannon Hot Plates 98o $21.00 Stoves $14.00 church at Spring Bank Park. Fireless C o o k o r s , Pipe Company, has been confined Hardwood Racquet July 27 Picnic of St. Leo's to- his residence lined throughout with Gas Hot of Stoyes, Gas Jewel pure aluminum. Have church, Thornberry's Grove, after- pleurisy, but his with an attack will Cases, which prevent many friends Plates, with improved lG - inch oven and with noon and evening. three aluminum cookbe pleased to hear that he is imwarping 40c broiler attachment. burner. ing vessels. July 30 Exsursion to Jasper, proving rapidly. of Catholic Ind., under auspices Knights of America. Tho arrival of a handsome baby boy has brought joy to the home MKMOltlA.M. The Knights of Columbus of St. OC83C8a33XKt8333S333CKKKKK8a of Mr. and Mrs. Edward and CathANNIVERSARY. 220G Portland aveerine Wentzell, Louis formed the largest body of Our Mother, Mrs. Lucy Brennan, nue, who have been receiving many The anniversary closing exercises voluntary marchers in the preparedWho Died June 14, 1915. congratulations over the event. Thirty-fift- h of St. Columba's school, ness parade there. After the NaOur dear mother has not left us, and Market, will be held in She has only gone before, At the meeting of Trinity Countional Guard they were the best Hall on Monday Liborganized. The Guardians-oThe wedding of Miss Aline Zix cil Monday Vic Ecker announced St. Columba's o'clock and Tuesday Where she waits us all in welcome at 2 On the bright eternal shore. by their nnd Allen T. Long will take place that a futuie member of the coun- afternoon 7:45. erty were conspicuous The pupils will at St. Frances of Rome church next cil had just arrived at his home, night at a diversified present absence from the parade and, adds and mer- Let us think of her as waiting, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and the popular Treasurer was the itorious programme, with vocal and recipient of many congratulations. the Western Watchman, they would Like a guardian angel fair, Instrumental solos, choruses and To condunct us to our Maker enjoy 'the same distinction in time ,,.y The senior boys will be Russell Kehoe, son of Mr. and tableau. In the home land over there. of war if the country needed their Mrs. M. J. Kehoe, of Jeffersonville, seen In a comic opera, ''A Grain of Children. girls will services. left Saturday for Ann Arbor, Mich., Salt," and the senior cantata, "Peace W1IO AUK HYPHKXATES to enter upon a summer law course. present a pretty The true home is a little fragHe was one of this year's junior Congress of Nations," with songs This term has been Introduped ment of heaven .let down to inspire John Losson will declass at the Jefferson Law School. for each. liver the valedictory, and Rev. Hnd dilated upon during the past us with patience and strength for MULLOY'S COFFEE VAUDEVILLE John X. KInberger, a former John Kalaher, the pastor, will preyear to designate some citizens of the way. DANCING Louisville boy, but now Commercial sent the medals and premiums. The Is the best coffee value offered. this country and inferentlally to is composed of DAILY FREE HAND CONCERTS Agent of the'BIg Four railroad In class of 1916 If you want a delicious, inexpenor difference suggest a division Magdalene Kuchenbrod, ANOTHER GOOD HOOKLKT. Seattle, was here this week on a Misses jaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii sive coffee, ADMISSION TO PABK where the cosmopolitan character visit to friends and relatives and Emma Maurer, Catherine Brown, TRY OU- R6 P. M. 10c. wns given a warm reception by his Idell Woods, Mary Lehman, Gladys Afternoon Free. There has just come from tho After for of our citizenship demands, Wlmsatt, and Messrs. John Losson, NOTE Coupon given with Bate ticket former chums. Rosary Press another most excoperpetuation, governmental Raymond Rlegllng, Cyril Connelly, Booil for admission to theater or work, entitled dance pavilion. hesion and harmony. The Catholic cellent Catholic Miss Marie Cahill and Fiank A. William Peters. 2 1.3 Lbs. THE BIO SANITAKY Advance insists we are hyphenates "Titles of the Blessed Virgin," with Helter were united in marriage MOURN HER DEATH. short meditations on tho Litany of Special rebate Monday morning, the Rev. Father fa W I M M M of necessity. We can not avoid INC. POO L 10c in trade withticket good for Rev. 2 lbs. of O'Connor, of Holy Name church, is Loretto, the author being the terminology, because there Miss Mary William Shannon, New Blend. NOW OPEN Dominic F. Crane, of this city. In performing the ceremony. The is not a the preface Father Crane says the no white man who bride is the lovely and accom- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John JOHN M. MULLOY, stranger or the descendant of a "Short Meditations on the Titles of plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shannon,- of Lexington, and sister Frank J. Cahill. stranger in this common land, once the Blessed Virgin Mary" were not of Mrs. B. J. Gerst, of 517 West PHOENIX 312 "West Market. HILL PARK for publication, but St. Catherine street, this city, died the exclusive possession of the fast written devotions of the Sisters for of Miss Carrie Bader was hostess at of heart disease early Saturday at private disappearing Indian, who was not Charity and the patients of Sts. a linen shower last Saturday at the family residence, Holley Wood, Open For tlie Season. her home, 2921 Virginia avenue, in Lexington. and is not a stranger. We can not Mary and Elizabeth Hospital durShe was well known "As Near to You as tbe 'Nearest Phone' honor of Miss Aline Zlx. The color In Louisville, having visited here to each ing the month of Mary. However, consistently apply the term HOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR scheme was pink and white. Covers frequently. Miss of Shannon had other by way of opprobrium. at tho urgent request are clergymen were laid for the following; Misses been ill three years and her death Oar Special $3.00 Spray given to the Sisters they Whether we came here on tho and public, with the earnest hope Rev. FathAr White nerformlnc the Alene Zix, Humphrey, was not unexpected, members of Savilla tho Our Special $5.00 Wreath In Massa- and prayer that they may promote ceremony. Omega Zlx, Catherine Mayflower and landed McCann, the family being at her bedside. Mlss Rosanna McCann' her parents and sister, chusetts, or on the Dovo and devotion to our Blessed Mother. tvlll be bridesmaid and Dr. E. U. Minnie Murray, Anna May Orth, Besides The largest values in Funo-ra- l Rose Liebert, Mrs. Gerst, she leaves another sisMiss Rossanna McCann, Little landed In Maryland, or on the This splendid book, suited to all Hume groomsman. Flowers ever offered in and bearing the Imprimature of Corinne Torpy Esterle will be the Margaiet Tierney, Lottie McCloy, ter, Mrs. E. F. Bohne, and four Louiivlilo Santa Maria and landed In San Embry Idele McCloy, Myrtle May Behrle; brothers, James, John, Robert and Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, flower girl and Messrs, For prompt delivery call ?23 Domingo; whether we came last the Ray, Barry Shannon. Her funeral took Brown, Tillle will Mesdames Bishop of Louisville, credits Father Brown and Hugh McGavock both phones. The bride Is the Behrle, ' and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. place wit hrequlein high mass on week, or last year, or last century, Crane and should place in act as ushers. find This beautiful Park has been Monday morning. It may be charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie. we exhibit our folly by dividing every Christian home. greatly Improved and is furnished ""w George Zix, or Frankrort avenue, with perfect equipment throughout. into pots ahd kettles and calling secured from the author or the and has long been a favorite in RECEIVED FATAL INJURIES. RECEIVES DEGREE. Company. Socteties nnd parties should consult each other black. We- may live here Rogers Church Goods Catholic fraternal circles, her talent incokvo as a vocalist being much in demand. Thomas O'Hare, widely known the management of (Phoenix Hill doomsday, but we can never The Rev. C. P. Raffo, of St. till DEATH XO TERROR. contracts. inxux un After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Charles Borromeo church, made a throughout the city, met with a before closing HARRY DECKER, or descendants of the bo Indians ivMBLma Long will (leave for a wedding tour deep nnd favorable impression upon fatal accident on Thursday or last "I have but one. life to live. original possessors of the land. We fcwth Awnue bulxvUt Assistant Manager. will at West 1 What does it matter If I die?" and onIntheir returnN. J., make their an immense audience which ciowd--at week the a hotel at fall in Baden, are Europeans by descent and Newark, where result of a which Ind., onie Right Long is prominent in business, Mr, ed the great university church was the reply of University Sunday his skull was fractured at tho baso Europeans we must remain. Wo Such Francisco Orrozzo the Notre Dame 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere.1 Rev. Jimlnez, morning, when he delivered the of the brain. O'Hare had call ourselves Americans. We made Archbishop Jalisco, Mexico, of - panled a sick friend to the springs Miss Ccfrinne Mazzonl left Tliurs connecsermon tho name. It had no meaning until when he was asked Sunday in New day for Cincinnati for a visit of tion with the graduation in exercises. and was walking down the stairs QUALITY BEST IMPORTED. We York if ho was not afraid to go several wwjks. f fifrllHlIf we strangers originated it. rnllinM Tf?n xnnnlfA.1 U n. .lnr.;nn t wll Otl hfl clfnntwl fl He had just back to his diocese. He was brought here doctor of laws from Notre Dame his head. made a government for ourselves Altar. Alb and Surplice Lace at arrived on the Spanish steamship spent last Miss young for treatment, and survived until different from that under which we, Montserrat from Barcelona, after week atMarie Malohey visiting Miss on Monday, when nlnety-sl- x , reasonab.e priceH. Springfield, e was a Droiner or uio men received degrees, among them Jiuesuay. or our forbears, were accustomed being two years in Rome. The Louise Barbour, We 'would appreciate a visit from two Kentucklans, Walter Clements, late Patrolman Michael O'Hare and you when in the market for tbeao to live. We made out of the ac- Archbishop will endeavor to reach Mrs. of SDrincfleld. craduatinc In law. Is survived by his mother, JSoodn. his place at Guadaljara by rail from , willv en and Louis P. Harl. of Owensboro. i Hannah O'Hare; a brother. Will- Miss Rosanna McCann cumulations of nations a new g iam O'Hare, and three sisters, Mrs tertaln the bridal party In journalism. a-- new people, the latest Vera Cruz. tion and on Tuesday evening. William Mackin, Mrs. John Rogers Church Goods Co. and, we believe, the best and most RECENT- - DEATHS. and Miss Nora O'Hare. The IIOIA ROSARV. AWARDS. 129 s. FOURTH AVE. haft ever seen. prosperous tho world funeral was held Thursday mornMiss Catherine Meagher is home John Mullen, aged twenty-nin- o from Springfield, after a pleasant Compared with others, we are but At the closing exercises of Holy , ,nS Tom St. Patrick's church. Now is time and known in the West End, visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rosary Academy rings and diplomas of yesterday and necessarily lh a and well died Sunday night of tuberculosis Waters, Jr. FATHER ZOKLLEK PASSES. upon the following were conferred Our progress at the home of his mother, ' Mrs. Levy's is formative condition. place young ladles of commercial de- must not be stilted or Btlnted by Mary Mullen Hlggins, 2219 Lytle The marriage of Miss Adelina Piartnient: MissestheHelen Tho Rev. Father Augustine Zoel- Mueller, to get them was His funeral held Jecker and Frank L'ongaker will Virglnia Kerins, divisions or invidious distinctions. street. Jessie Noullng and le .0.ne of tne wel1 ,krl0WJ?, PJ"iest8 Tuesday morning from St. Cecilia's take place Wednesday at .St. Boni- Nora Ini Those who attempt to do so are Holllhan. In the academic , enly rest Monday evening " at the church. face church. The "Confirmation Suit" Mary department Misses Victor rectory at Holy Cross, Marion consistent, mischievous and is specialty in this store NORTON BUILDING The funeral of William B. Meyer, Abnpc F. Sncksteder and bride, Collins, Cathorlne Menne, Margaret county, resulting paralysis. from we have studied for of 1003 Fehr avenue, was held who was Miss Elizabeth Hoyer, Gott and Ethel Greeley received Father Zoeler was born at St. N.W. Corner Fourth and JeffcrsM fifty-fiv- e Wednesday morning from St. will return next week from their eecond literary honors. The clos- Matthews forty-on- e years how to ago and GERMANY SCORED VICTORY. ing address was delivered by Very was the son of the years Burkhard John's church. Clay and Walnut. wedding trip. late give you the best and most , Rev. C. F. Christmas, who spoke years The hysterical efforts of the The deceased was an employe for vour money. They of section, Upon the completion of old and was long of Miss Dorothy Jones, of Bedford, at length on the advantages British press and of Its echoes on the Belknap Hardware Company. Ind., is here on a visit as the Christian education and Catholic are beautifully .made of his theological studies he was or this side of the Atlantic to mini- He leaves his widow, Mrs. Kate guest of Mr. and Mrs. Al M. Herr- 'raining. t the best fabrics obtainable dained by Bishop McCloskey fourCat Flowers for all occasions. mize the German naval victory In- Glynn Meyer: four sons, John B., mann, of Lucia avenue. teen years ago and celebrated his pleasingly styled and NAZARETH. Special attention given outof-tofirst mass nt the Holy Trinity dicate that the victory was- even William T., Leo E. and Ferdinand carefully tailored; with E. Meyer, and Dolan, local toThomas The 'commencement exercises of church at St. Matthews. Since he orders. more complete than the Germans Misses Minnie E four daughters, bacco man, F.now has the good pair Knickerbocker kneepantn Pansy and Rosa a Nazareth Academy were held Thurs- had been pastor of churches at themselves imagined. It is not, Meyer and Mrs. Lllllo Murray. to draw to, another little girl having day, attended by former pupils nnd Paducah, Irvlngton nnd Holy Cross. or long pants. They are NEW NANZ & NEUNER CO. however, the loss of men and ships arrived at his home last Sun- visitors from Kentucky and many He Is survived by three brothers, positiyely the best that INCORPORATED. Frank D. Andrlot, for many day. other States. The following young the Rev. Father Andrew C. Zooller, that England regrets, but the loss years a respected member of St. can be made at their recrowns a women received and of Raywlck; Peter Zoellor, 057 Fourth Ave.. Loaiaville, Ky. prestige. For generations the Cecilia's church and resident oC tho of spective prices. $4.00 and Miss Durrett Ogleaby, who gradui diplomas: T. farmer of O'Bannon, and Joseph Elizabeth nations of the world haVe been West End, died Sunday night at his atea this week from St: Catherine Campbell, .Misses upwards. Louisville; Llllle E ZoeHer, in charge of the agriaccustomed to look upon the Eng- home, 2422 Grifflth avenue, leaving of Sienna Academy at Springfield, Champion, Texas; M. cultural experiment station at the Consuelo He Hayden. Kentucky; Margaret Inez, State Fair grounds, and four sislish fleet with awe. They deemed a wife and ten children. slxty-tw- was has returned to her homo at Louisvlllt; Ohio, I.' Shlrcliff, ters, Miss Lena ZoeHer, of Martina England as the mis- born in Dayton, It Invincible, lived here since ears ago, Schmitt and Mrs. Frank Bardstown; Lillian Mao Stevens, tress of the seas has been able to dhildhood. but had Funeral Directors Jerry McCarthy, of St. Matthews, For years he was Miss Mary Flnegan left Tuesday Chllesbuite: Sybil H. Wake, Impose her commercial will on the business, on a visit to Commerce, Miss., in the painting MJary A. H. Pope, New Or- and Mrs. Johri Allgeler, of this city. from which he retired on account of where she will be the guest of Mr. leans; Mfary C. Deeds, Washington, The body was brought to this city, world, and no one dt earned of Embalmers. the funeral taking place Thursday (nee D. C; Margaret H. Jtipy, Third and Market. her, supremacy. Since' the infirmities. The funeral was held and Mrs. Peter Jennings Mary R. Hopkins, Chi- morning from the Cathedral, atWednesday morning attended by Finegan). A.VEDIVCJE BIO war began she has strained and many sorrowing friends and cago. Un interesting programme tended by priests from all parts of Tettftbeae li'i, twisted international law to suit' the diocese. Miaa was excellently rendered. George Waher and niece, UOJIING EVENTS. Cella Meagher, 19-2Ber-tran16-inc- Presiding as Chairman over the great audience that heard Peter W. Collins lecture under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus at Lien- . i ia wmie,, ver, unier jusuce wn.i.. nr m Colorado Supreme Court, with force Btated the undeniable truth that religious toleration Is the seed of Amprican civilization and that bigOur foreotry is unpatriotic. fathers wrote religious toleration Into the fundamental law of our country, and If we .are patriotic we must believe on this question as and Protestant they did. The Catholic, 3ev and Gentile, have together molded tho American character and as long as we recognize the ideal they live created this nation will last. One thing seriously wrong with the world today, said the Jurist, is lack of respect for constituted authority. This is noticeable In the home, school and civil government. Civilization can not continue unless we recognize The tho constituted authorities. boasted freedom of the savage disappears when a stronger savage conquers him. The individual has no rights unless the rules laid down by society for his protection are obeyed. Nations have no rights unless they obey the law between nations. 'Justice White said he believed a nation could not go down when the parents Inculcated their religious principles into the children, whether these principles be Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, Christian Scientist or those of any Toleration, other denomination. sympathy, toamwork, are needed more between the divergent denomWherever knowinations today. ledge goes there is no prejudice. Heuce he praised tho Knights of for their educational Columbus work. Lawn Swings $3.50 Swings, Lawn made of selected hardwcod, free from knots or imperfections. CRACKED BUT STILL HOLDING. Porch Hammocks of heavy Army Duck, with steel frame, end spring nnd cotton top mattress. These have reclining head rest and back rest, adjustable to either side. They can be purchased with frame, if wished. Lawn Mowers $2.50 Lawn Mowers, with open' wheel and threo knives. h Folding Chairs 69e Folding Lawn Chairs, with Zlx-Lo- FOR TENNIS 18-1- Thirty-secon- SOCIETY. f Fontaine Ferry ParR HXOK-CXAS- S SwiN NEW BLEND 2 65c - Picnics, Socials, Outings, - Vtavxfk Xfmt,m l&L , ascom-baccalaurea- to I Tl f 1 11 Pnirc9 Zlx-Lon- Gia-comc- tti Confirmation Suits the the FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 'u. ""." fifty-eig- ht ,,.. ,' ",,, FLORISTS - - -- , Pres-tonl- a. I Q , Ray-wic- k; en-pag- ed Kut-taw- a; LEVY'S H.BOSSESON and dls-puti- nf g; PRHR I tt tiZ18X$TTJCttrsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVJUL.B BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & " IIISHC .. A.JSXJBZ&XGA3& j. t.- ,JJJ..JJJ. ,t -. - -. . - USiJrMWFtTri J iHmiiiMinHmMnmnMMMit HERMAN STRAUS rvminMtnuc K.ww(i SONS MARKET STREET J ' THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. Distillers Ot OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. 528 W. Main St. Confirmation Dresses 1 $3.98 to $15 "j5, vist s fTi MAOmNE CO. ENGRAVERS OBLICH ENGRAVING COMl'AMX ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS BLECTROTYPERB IiOuIsvllIo, Ky W. 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I'noto or warship CofYco Is Not Good Incorporated inch guns, speed 35.7 knots, eight 13 Y V LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) HAMB, Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Our Coffee is Carefully Selected while green, then blended and ROASTED BY US DAILY TRY LUBBERS THOS. PRIESTS' All) SOCIETY, J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J . SHEET METAL PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Pkone City 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. 1000 Zane Street PEOPI.ES PBOVIDENT ASSOCIATION JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Incorporated. was organized by citizens Headquarters for to make CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. LOANS See us about ' anything in real on furnitures and other personal property at estate. Wo sell, buy and rent, LOWEST SATES. Coleman Bldg., 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. S. H. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Home Phone City 4464. Both Phones, 2886. well-know- Quite a number of clergymen were here last week attending the annual meeting of the Priests' Aid Society. A. 0. H. The reports showed the society in a flourishing condition with good prospectB for its future. DIVISION 1. Iter. Edward J. Lynch, of Hender- Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz son, was President, and Hall, Sixth and Walnut. the Rev. Patrick Walsh, of the President Mark Ryan. Sacred Heart church, this city, was Vice President W. L. Cushing. again elected Treasurer. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. ST. UIHGID'S. Monday night 'the pupi' of St. Brlgid's school mil give an entertainment at the Advent Auditorium on Baxter avenue, to mark the closing of the year. They will present a pleasing drama, "Tho Triumph of Faith," together with drills, songs, etc. All friends of the school are asked to attend. II HART DISEASE FATAL. Adels-perge- r, Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; made of fine quality 'materials, ginghams, corded pique and repps; beautiful styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty white guimpes; solid colors, white and pretty plaids; sizes G to 14 years; specialy priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 Girsl' Princess Slips 00c to S1.50. Girls' Princess Slips; made of fino quality lingerio cloth and seco silk; neatly mado and trimmed with laco or embroidery; sizes 6 to 18 years. Special Monday 00c to 81.50 Clilldren's 30c Gowns 23c. Gowns; Children's Cambric tucked yoke; full length and width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value 39c. Monday special 25c Clilldren's 17c Drapers 10c. Children's Drawers; mado of good quality h muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; vnluo 17c. Special Monsoft-finis- day ioc n FATHER JOSKPH NEWMAN. Rev. Joseph Newman, of Fairfield, was 'oidalned to the priestBishop hood by the Right Rev. O'Donaghue on Wednesday morning at St. Mary Magdalen's ceremony church, the Impressive being witnessed by many of his relatives and friends. He will soon be assigned to one of the churches in the Louisvlle diocese. CLOSING EXERCISES. rtesldenc Phone, Pewee Valley Thone, City 3180. 21-- J. SEE P00LEY FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL JOS. DALY CONTRACTING PAINTER RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- al Room 40 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. 415 Fourth fGRAN W. SMITH'S SONi I Funeral AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Hession, Jr. closing Recording Secretary exercises of St. Matthew Building Ann's school, Seventh and Davies, O'Brien. Street for which the teachers and pupils Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. prohave prepared a delightful Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. gramme, will be held next WednesSentinel Thomas Noon. ; day night in the school hall. There will be musical numbers, drills, DIVISION 4. lecitations, and - an operetta. Instrumental solos fare- Meets Second "and FourthMondays, Following tho Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. well addiess by M. Anderson the of medals, diplomas distribution President John H. Honnessy. and certificates will take place. Vico Piesldent Thomas Lynch. The HOLY The Rev. Father John one of the best known Clancy. priests in the Covington diocese, serving as chaplain of the new St. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. Elizabeth Hospital, died Tuesday morning of heart disease. He sucTim Lypns. Sentinel ceeded the Rev. Father Bussee at the hospital about a month ago. DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hiber- He had been pastor of a church in Bellevue and previous to that was 0 nian Home, Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. engaged in missionary work In ' Chlnn. Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary Financial John J. Financial Secretary Edward 1818-182- Carthy. Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; tucked finished with ruffle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; value 50c. Special Monday 30c Colored Dress Materials For Summer I h Crcpo Tussah Cloth In a beautiful range of colors; Black specially priced for 31.10 sizes 44-In54-inc42-incAll-wo- and All-wo- Imported Checks All $1.50 AVhito LEXINGTON. LIFE ENDS. Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. I 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET WVWHUMViWWVmWVMWHUUWVVW CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y I HOME PHONE 88 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 3Bas1; Main HmWHHtmMUUUHHUMUtVUMHtMMWVmHUMmWMI DOUGHERTY a:r. & McELUOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Sergeant-at-Arm- s their great charity work here forty-see- n Edward Byrne. years ago, died of old age Wednesday morning at the Home Y. M. I. for tho Aged Poor, Tenth and Magazine. Sister Isabelle was a naMACKIN COUNCIL, 205. tive of Franco and had been a nun Evenings at Club years. be- Meets Monday for slxty-flv- e Before House, 344 North Twenty-sixtcoming a religious she was known as Marie Richards. President S. O. Hubbuch. M. F. First Vice President Schaad. THREE THAT STAND. Second Vice President R. L. Dominica, Issued from the House Scheckler. of Studies nt Washington, has an Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. article on Revolutionary Recording heroes Secretary O. W. which- says "Sitting down through Buckle. the countless names that appear on Treasurer Q. J. Thornton. the records for this special period, Marshal Theo. Buckle. we come to three that stand out Inside Sentinel Jame3 Radigan. paramount. They are styled as tho Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. 'Three Fathers of '7C,' Pulaski, Kosciusko and Barry, Catholics, all three of tlrom. Pulaski, 'Father of the ripe JudKment of trained eduthe American Cvalry;' Barry, cators and men of letters, tounited keep 'Father of the American iNavy;' in their one earnest desire to their Kosciusko, 'Father of the American our Catholic schools up Right Artillery ' In a word, Catholics accustomed high standard. Bishop Shahan, headed three of 'tho nation's most Rev. Catholic UniversityPresident of and PresiImportant defensives. These are the General 01 dent not merely arbitrary titles, but will preside at the the Association, general sessions. acknowledged, either directly or indirectly, by Congress Itself." PIjAV MIIAVAUKKK XKXT. h. Sister Isabelle, ninety yeais old, McTighe. who came to Louisville when the Treasuror Pat Connelly. Little Sisters of the Poor began Sentinel M. J. McDermott.' Right Rev. Bishop Brossart, of spent Thursday in Lexington, where he officiated at the commencement exercises of St. Catherine's Academy. He was a leception in the evening by the St. Catherine's Alumnae. Friday the Bishop attended the closing exereises at the Good Shepherd school in Frankfoit, and today will return to Lexington to administer the sacrament of confirmaFinancial Secretary Thomas J. tion on Sunday. Langan. Recording Secretary James J. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE. Covington, ten-dei- Tailor Suiting Plaids, stripes and checks; also spring dresses. Fifteen good col- suitable for sport coats. Special ors in this lot. Only 75c for S1.50 and $1.75 a I M ! h All-wool 51-lnc- Crepe Just the right weight for Foulard li ol 4eM4ie ed BALL PLAYERS Raise your average with a Mas-co- t Bat. Win the game with a assemblage. A most attractive feature of the closing exercises was the five-adrama, "Edward the Confessor." The salutatory was delivered by Joseph E. Bonfleld, of Lexington, and the valedictory by ct St. Mary's College in Marlon county, whose reputation is nationwide, closed its ninety-fift-h successful year Monday. The commencement took place in the college auditorium in the presence of a large V oorrrr 5&UNS "SVILLE. CO.)2c ri-- - .0- "'jF - MASCOT T-- kT William apolis. SUimiICK iniUIUJt'JLJDl.D WITHOUT TMH,TTTTrr TT- - ei, G. Reckley, of Indian- CHAIUTIKS COXFKKKXCK. - FKST1VAL IX COUNTRY. I Funeral Directors and Embalmers X Climb. Main &1H-209S-- n both: jpiroosnE&ss. Homo City 209S I SIMPLY CHARMING GERMAN AND SO VERY CHEAP BANK 150 On MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 the Elegant Steamers m City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves Wharfboat, foot or Third street, every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes up the miles about seventy-fiv- e beautiful Ohio, where bIig meets the return boat, arriving home about 7 p. m. the-- parish, Pewee Valley, in charge of Rev. Father Boes, will give an outdoor festival on tho church grounds on Wednesday evening, June 21, St. Aloysius day, and preparations are being made to handle a very large crowd. The ladies of the parish will serve an excellent supper for twenty-five- " cents. There will be a candy booth stocked entirely with e candies, household booth whe.ro useful articles of every description will be sold, and a baby rack for the amusement of the male visitors. Pewee Valley and Lagrange cars leave the station at Third and Jefferson on the hour and half .hour, and will stop at the church in the afternoon and home-mad- The members of St. Aloysius evening. EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION. Fifth and Market Sts. THE BEST $1, ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c $1.50, $2 HATS AT tan b faund All tbe late Here tad at ow Styles and Shapes prlca. dlvo joxa bora an easotlon tint will prpr tfctm for Uf. ST, XAVIERS COLLEGE MjUlMAMlr MJtJB 113 W. Broadway, KomlsvUla, Xy. Investigate Our New Free Conducted fay the Xavertaa Brothers. Delivery Service. Clasflloal, Soleotlflo and Buaineaa Lave OUR ADS IN TUB TIMS8. Ceursea, Preparatory Departmeat,OynHta-Uagwlmmlnr Pool, Well Buippe4 I HKKALD AND POST. Teraaa H4rt. lire, Jaw, 0r a. Interest In this year's Catholic educational convention to be held in Baltimore the last of June is widespread. Delegates from all parts of the country will be present, and many of the Bishops of the Baltimore province hae signified their Intention of being present at several of the sessions. The convention will open on Tuesday morning, following mass in the Cathedral of the Aussumptlon, when Right Rev. Owen B. Corrigan will give the address. The first paper of the convention, that of the general session, will be presented by Rev. Dr. T. E. Shields, professor ot education at the Catholic University. On Wednesday the convention will ho honored by the attendance of His Excellency Msgr. Bonzano, the Apostolic Delegate, who while in Baltimore will be entertained at St. Mary's Seminary. His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons, who has taken a cordial interest in the plans for the convention, will be present (t the last general session on Thursday, and after receiving the greetings of the members will bring the convention to a close. This will be the thirteenth annual convention of the Catholic Educational Association, which is growing in Importance, with the needs of the educational world, and which brings to every convention The Colonels play at Minneapolis again this afternoon and tomor-iothen going to Milwaukee for a series of four games, finishing up there will then wind their Western trip with the hardest games yet scheduled, four with Kansas City, tho latter team now going great guns, and as they say in horse racing, the dangerous contender for the pennant. It Is unfortunate, to say the least, that just as this time of the season when the fans are Interested especially In baseball and the home team that a joke schedule compels the Colonels to play away from home, and then at towns like Milwaukee and St. Paul, where the fans show a tendency to quit if their club is not first or second in the race. Owner Wathen certainly deserves tho sympathy of every fan in having the club play graveyard towns while Interest Is at fever heat Anyway at home. with fair weather In Tebeau's town he may retrieve tho losses sustained in St. Paul and Milwaukee. JjATKST HUSH SIXGKlt. The Superior Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society In the United States will hold a session during the time of the National Conference in Washington, Septem0. ber A special meeting of all Vlncentlans In attendance at the conference will be held for the purpose of receiving reports of the work of the society and of consid ering ways and means to further Us development. Opportunity will be offered to members of other Catholic relief organizations to hold special meetings If found desirable. Tho various committees are now be ing announced. That on children Includes the name of Judge Matt O'Doherty, of this city. 17-2- F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER Prompt MISSIONS XKKI) CIIIOIUA. J There are on file in tho offices of the Catholic Church Extension Society nearly a hundred requisitions SATISFIES THAT LONGING. for ciboria. These appeals are most urgent and come from missionaries all over the country. Fifteen dollars Is tlio cost of a ciboria. Would INCORPORATED you not like to send to the CathPHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, olic Church Extension Society, 111., building, Chicago, your donation for one? FRAN3; JOHN B-FATHEIt "TIM'S" .TUHILKK. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' ck latest Irish songster to captivate the song lovers of Ameiica. Critics who heard her sing "My KUlarney Rose" and other beautiful Irish songs a a theater in Boston reagree that she has a woncently derful voice which will undoubtedly make her a great favorite on the concert stage. Miss Fetherston, who has been in this country but a short time, is a native of Muillnger, Ireland, and studied music under the tuition of the, nuns and later became a pupil of Vincent O'Brien, who taught John McCormack. "" Miss' May Fetherston, a little girl mediation the recent thieatoned of some sixteen summers, is the strike In the building trades was Father Tim Dempsey, pastor of St. Patrick's church, St. Louis, founder of Father Dempsey's Hotel for Working Men, founder of the Hotel for Working Girls and the Day Nursery, friend of the "down and out," will celebrate the silver jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood on June 15. His brother TELEPHONE 20 priests, as well as the laity of every denomination, promise to make it A Case one of the biggest demonstrations of confidence in a man and a priest that has over been witnessed in St. Louis. Through Father Dempsey's Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. of Good Judgment. IiOTJIS"VTX.LiE3. averted, and thus for the third time within a year the big priest pioed Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager himself not only the friend of tho working man but the friend of the capitalist, the friend of right and Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, justice. As a result of his efforts it is now proposed that a permanent and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. committee of arbitration be appointed, the committee to be composed of PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. representatives or employer and with Father Tim Dempsey as Home Phone 1913 official referee. The proposition has Cumb. Phone West 191 THE been received with favor by both the unions and the men who employ labor. Settling strikes is a part of Father Tim's daily work. em-rVv- FALL CITY BEER .I "Delivery Service?" CALL NO. 467 ; Sure.! J EITHER PHONE, IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE KT. Order a Case f e, "UNCO GUID." A SUIU3 REMEDY. J. Bryan, the grape-juic- e statesman, has been elected to stay away from tho St. Louis convention, and Richmond P. Hobson, the prohibition crank, has been defeated for renomlnation to Congress. The temperance cause Is marching on, but the unco guid are not wanted at the head of the procession. William WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED stays around the house he will dis cover me." "Thaf'f rP. rlrht. You justMIe a towel around your head and ask tiim if he can't Mav at home today and help you take up the carpets." "I am fixing up a surprise for John, but I am afraid that if he BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beere 8M at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, TcwHKihwa QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, fcy. - VT, tiz&j&TTj&Jsrvr ijklksh: amjjmo-ajv- . TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help !M"l'-l-IiWl'lllal'lli''- send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's IBACOHasoN' We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 Votes for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the Two most popular members of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series with til expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subscription. LOVELY SUMMER APPAREL i For Women, Misses and Girls x World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr Beautiful White Dresses Sport Suits and Dresses $4.95 to $9.99 $2.95 to $9 99 r Mude Made of sliver bloom cloth, X of voile, organdie, French batiste and combinations Palm Beach cloth, gaberdine, X of voile and organdie; trimmed lawn, organdie, voile and , Club or Position T with lace, insertion, medallions, Dauste; in awning and sport member or the whom I consider the most popular fancy edges, buttons and em- stripes, plaids, floral designs, colors white; MAP OF SEA BATTLE. broidered effects with sashes and piainmade Inanaallallstripes, some League. TwinCity are great naval battle In tho North Sea between the German and Scene of girdles of colors and all white; with the combination plain some color BrltlBh ileets. Tho map shows the line taken by the Kaiser's warships Cheater, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E. when they issued from the Kiel headquarters up to the point of p all made In the latest designs; skirt and striped coat or strlDed Following is the roster of tho ter, Kllloran. skirt and plain color coat; also 4 the skirts are shirred, plaited, Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Flynn. Henry, O'Laughlln, Finne- - conflict. Twin Citv Baseball League, each W; some with the new tunic and siripea coat and white skirt. of whom Is entitled to enter the Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan- - gan, T. Scully, G. .Murphy, J. MurBosKlier. Girls' Wash Dresses; made of Kentucky Irish American's World's ion, Ceresi, Madden, Curley, Ham- - phy, C. Vpss, ruffles. TWIN CITV LEAGUE. Trinity Hamilton, Council Shadburn, contest the first coupon for meyer, Kenealy, KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS iuwii, voue, organdie, crepe, series Bosler, Moore, Bluel, White Wash Skirts; women's mond, Joo Murphy, F. Weber, Clines. Kaiser, which appears in this issue: - Sprunk, The largest crowd that ever witDonnelly, Sandman, D. and misses' skirts; made of Mackin Council C. Eilers, Thorncale; In checks. striDes. nlalds. Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, white gaberdine and finished Haag, ton, Schleman, It. McGrath, Morris, Cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner, nessed an amateur ball game in combinations and plain colors; T Bosler Aulbach, Murphy, with belt, yoke and pockets, Eschm'an, R. Pontrlch, E. Harrlgan, Warren, Lally, L. Meisner, Davis, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammet- - this city since the days of the old Late News That Will Interest high or regular waist line with 2 Scheckler, and trimmed with pearl buty full plaited, flare or gathered ? games on tho Point Members Here and Elpers Ohlle, Renn, Weber, Con- - Hafner, Conley, Schene, McDonough. man, Schwind, Neumeyer. Champs Hack, Trager, tons; worth $1.95; on salo Gill was present at tho game between skirts; all are neatly trimmed; T hers ' F Stelr Voor, Kraemer, Ed- - Cronan, Atwell,R.Larkin, at, each Haragon, L. Hara- - Brownflold, Ott, Liebcr, N. Murphy, the Champs and K. of C. in tho $l.:j Bertrands 7 to sizes 14 years; your A elen Clienoweth, McDermott. Finn, Westerinan, Higgins, Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, Twin City League last Sunday, and G. gon, Sieger, cnoice at, each Orioles Kuebert, 05c Wash Skirt.s; these skirts aro E. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polin, Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapallle, n11 ..,n-- n ....nil .n..l.l fn. .tint. nt. Weber E Pfaffinger, C. Weber, r tlllmade of piques, plain and nun.- 1'iui-J, .,,!.,.. Paikston, S. D has just put . !,.. mu Pfafflnger,' Sooder, Koehler, Loefller, Hlnes, Rus3, House, Meagher, Car- - Coleman. sweaters; we are T fancy weave gaberdines and nne cIaSS f seventy- showing these sweaters In all $ Officers Reichert, Bloomer, C. Flynn. Wiedmelr. McCabe, Baumgarten, ney, Fitzgerald, Murphy, Lovett, Dal- - Edward J. Capt. Frank Steinbock, went by' without a score, then the Hj"gh n many other new wash skirt the new colors and e Wolfe, E. Olympics J. ; Reiter. Willinghurst, Schmoetzer, Knights, with the assistance of a fabrics; they are fashioned In effects; they are made with T couple of errors by O'Brien and1, Union Council of Syracuse now Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- - ton, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Thomas D. Clines. the newest models with fancy sashes to tie or in middy tlle Empire State' with 1,345 Hogan mixed with a few hits, cut belts, yokes, pockets and style, having pockets and with me'nUersbrought In three runs. Another,! trimmed with buttons; regular or without roll collar; chil- - T Some 500 Knights marched in error made by Newman Murphy, and extra sizes; worth up to dren's. misses' nnd wnmon'a 5! "Preparedness" $ parade at coupled with a hit by Hamilton, the, ?3.50; specially priced at, sizes; specially priced from gave the K. of C. what looked like Springfield, Ohio. each .$1.05 $1.11 down to $2.88 a sare leau or rour runs. Tiie iiuuui eigmy candidates received t, ,, t lnl Champs came to life in the fifth the degrees at the sixth Initiation 4..,,. What They Have Been Doing with a homo run by "Bud" O'Brien, at New Lexington, Ohio. over which there was some dispute There were 420 delegates In the &&&&&$4 the Past Week General on account of the crowd in right New York Stato convention, repreShort Meditations on tho Litany of Loretto. News Notes. field, this giving them three runs. senting 210 councils. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account as two were on base at the time. Last Sunday between forty and CO with this safe, conservative, IS FOR SALE AT ROGERS CHURCH GOODS Bossmeyer's error, coupled with hits fifty new members came into the Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more Division 1 will meet next Thurs- by Delehanty and Hack, gave the order at Longmont, Col. at any time We add absolute safety and 3 Champs two more In tho next. day evening, Price SO oentn net. By mail GO cents not. During tho Now York State conO'Brien's double and Madden's per ceut. No cost to you whatever. Frank Byrne, of Division 4, la error gave them another In the vention at Buffalo 200 members The same courteous attention given the still laid up with a fractured limb. seventh. The K. of C. got another received tho third degree. $ depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sunday was a big day for the to The County Board will meet next pcore In the ninth, due Wednesday evening at . Bertrand Kenealey's double, and forced "Old Knights or Qulncy, 111., when they Hall. Reliable" Brownfield to use every- had a big initiation and banquet. ,.s :.,. The Knights of Alliance, Neb., p-Sixteen new members have just thing he had in reserve, securing aro elated Under tho Big Clook Second nnd Market over the addition three strikeouts In this Inning. of been received Into the Ladles' AuxState Government Supervision. new members to their That you spent for something you did not NEED would hare started a Harrlgan and Cerlsi both pitched twenty-fou- r iliary at Crawfordsvlllo Ind, cood ball, but wore given poor ranks. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED Over 1,500 delegates are expected support at critical stages. In the The Knights or Jerseyvillc, III., to attend tho national convention other names Mackin beat Bertrand had a glorious celebration twka a year; There MAY COMK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" when of the Ladles' Auxiliary In Boston. 0 to 7, Orioles beat Imperials 13 they initiated sixty candidates Into must be spent for somethlag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the NOTICE OF REMOVAL Don't forget the lawn euchre and to 7 and Olympics trimmed Trin- their ranks. dollars you are wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever coming. 'Bishop Gunn of the Hibernian Social Club ity fl to 1. The standing to date: lotto addressed the Candy on June 29 at the home of Division Clubs W. L. Pet. Knights at Jackson, Miss., on the occasion of the initiation of over (Incorporated.) 1 K of C 3. .889 8 1 .889 fifty condidates. Has moved from 520 to 524 sotitn Fwrtli Avt. William Clines was obligated at Champs ...a........ 8 T 4 iiA MADE WITH 5 .556 There was a large gathering to the meeting of Division 4 and the Mackin whers Its FRESH HIGH GRADE PURE FOOD CANDIES 4 .444 witness tho initiation last Sunday 5 application of D. J. Hlnes wris re- Rerf rands gfcTENDER QARE.J&f en &b bad is of heretofore. S 4 Orioles .444 at York, Neb. There were forty-fiv- e ceived. 4 Olympics 5 .444 WATCH FOR DATEOFOPENING candidates. Division 4 will have two memorial Imperials 3 6 .333 Four now councils were instiFifth and Court Place. Hmot Phine City S684 masses said for the deceased Irish Trinity Cuaib. fbon Miln 31 My 0 9 .000 tuted in New York Stato the past J at the Dominican revolutionists Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Friends of the Twin City League year. Tho net Increase in member church. boys are busy in behalf of their SgSggSgsg-giSgggj55 Division 2 of San Francisco will respective favorites In the world's ship was 3,119. Now For the Palm Beach Suits Red h annicelebrate its baseball series popularity contest scene ofWing, Minn., will bo tho a big initiation June 25. versary tomorrow with a great re- and many nice things are being EDW. A. AXMAN union at Glen Park. DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 said about tho enterprise of tho The third was given a largo class Mike McDermott observes that as Kentucky Irish American In giving at Shakopeo on Sunday, and there often as Mike Welsh has taken tho the opportunity for two members will be another at Morris on the Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. wrong hat In n gathering the hat of this strictly amateur organiza- 25th. State Deputy James J. O'Brien, tion to witness tho year's baseball is invariably a good one. M. J. Tho two receiving the of Lexington, and Hon. Attorney William P. McDonogh classic. Hennessy, INCORPORATED. wiir lecture to tho members of highest number of votes will be guests of of Maysville, were honor Carrel, Newport and Division 3 Monday evening on tho sent to the world's series with all Kehoe Councils at the BOTir"PH0NEs32635'. expenses paid. Joint Initia- 426 S. Fifth St. Twenty votes for Louisville, Ky. new workmen's compensation law. tion at Covington on Wednesday each new subscription,, ten All tho State officers of tho for each renewal subscription, votes evening. Our workmanship is positively tho best in the city, nnd Ladles' Auxiliary attended the mon- one vote by ballot printed in and paup by a house of long standing and financially responsible. backed meeting of the per. Tho following Is tho standing ster memorial TRINITY COUNCIL. Our service not equaled. Friends of Irish Freedom in Syra- to June 14, in Subscription votes, cuse. exclusive of clipped ballots: About 200 members were present UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street McBrecn and Stato President Votes. at the meeting on Monday night, State Secretary Broderlck will bo Haragan, R Bertrands 50 after which a smoker was held In hero tomorrow to discuss plans for Steinbock, Scorer d 30 honor of tho memthe coming State convention with Kenealey, K. of C 30 bers. Much business was transHogan, Champs tho local officers. 20 acted during the course of tho meetGive us a trial for first-clas- s service. We are as 20 ing. B. J. Osterholt reported every- In celebration of their twenty-fir- Morris, Mackin close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and 20 tning in reatliness for the moonanniversary tho Ladles' Aux- Burns, Scorer njght. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable 20 light ride on the steamer Homer iliary of Milwaukee Initiated fifty Thornton, Mackin 20 Smith on Wednesday evening, June chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. last Sunday, after which Pontrlch; R Imperials candidates Scully, J Olympics 10 21, and extended an invitation to a banquet was served. Orioles 10 all the members and their friends McLaughlin Kllloran, B., K. of C National President .'. 10 urging them to make the trip. As Schulte. o has been nominated for Harrlgan, Imperials picnic 10 previously announced, the on the Republican Lally, Mackin : 10 planned for July 13 at Fern Grove SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. ticket In Philadelphia. The nom- Burke, Bertrands 10 has been cancelled owing to the ination is equivalent to an election Coleman, Champs 10 fact that the steamer Pilgrim, now Both Phones 2300. In November. CiresI, K. of C 10 under construction, will not be comBoston is now ready for tho O'Brien, Champs 10 pleted by that time. Trinity will, WE'JLL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU national convention. During the HIgglns, Bertrands 10 however, arrange for some other week's stay of the delegates there Murphy. W., Olympics ... 10 outing during the summer months AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT will be harbor excursions, trips to Voor, Imperials 10 for the entertainment of Its memBetter look ovrr yonr fans NOW nnd let as repair the the north and south shores, trips Stammerman, Trinity 10 bers, their families and friends. Arones which need it BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. to the historic spots which make Cronen, Mackin 10 rangements are being perfected for Boston and its vicinity interesting Chester, Orioles 10 the annual excursion to Mammoth CO. and banquets with oratory and Eschman, Imperials 10 Cave on Sunday, .September 3, by INCORPORATED. Donnelly, Trinity. music. P. J. 10 tho following committee: 333 WEST MAIN STREET Phono 13S 10 Sandman, D. J. Hennessy, Dr. J. B. A letter from Mrs. Ellen Ryan Dalton, Olympics Voor, A. G. Schneider. P. E. Jolly, the National President of the Bowling, BenMlnsterketter and Ed TJRSDIilNE ACADEJir. Auxiliary, to Miss T. B. Tlerney, Zehnder. During the course of the National Director, of New Orleans, The closing exercises of the evening James B. Kelly, who was states that Senator Broussard, of Louisiana, has promised to present Ursuline Academy, East Chestnut Chairman of tho Voluntary MemWhere work la quickly recently con- Where the home the bill for the memorial to tho street, will take place Monday bership Campaign brightest; dono; pro- ducted, made the presentation when an artistic nuns of the battlefield in the Senate evening, gramme will be rendered. Follow speech in awarding the prize of Where tho work 18 li at once. Whore cooking seema ing the coronation of graduates and fered by Attorney Merit O'Neal to lightest; real fun; The Ladies' Auxiliary of New Or- conferring Very Rev. the booster team who secured forty leans Is grateful to Rev. Father George W. of diplomas will Schuhmann deliver new members during the campaign. Where the meal is Mj7i vSM n .. 1 m Where baking gives deLarkin, of the Church of the Holy cooked best; light; The prize is a beautiful white satin Name of Mary, and the Holy Cross the address. banner, with the Inscription thereon Where tho range standi Whore drudge is out of Bisters for tho courtesy and hosin red and green carrying out the tho test sight UPHOLDING ITS STANDARD. pitality extended on the occasion council's colors. Besides showing -- That's the where That's where the of the visit of tho order to Algiers 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. thereon the nature of the contest, A bill giving promise of "Quick Meal" cornea "Quick Meal" cooes to attend the requiem mass offered etc., the names of the five members the standard of vaudeville that la. in. up by Father Larkin for the reposo has been presented each week in composing the team are found. Capt. of the souls of the Irish patriots. Ed Zehnder acknowledged tho gift Qalak Meal Gas RaB&cs Sold. Installed and Highly Recommended tho theater at Fontaine Ferry Park U. L BANNON. is that announced for the week on behalf of the booster team and P. BANNON, JR., LAWRENCE VEENEMAH, ST. PHILIP NEWS. pledged himself and the other mem. T.. . beginning with tho matinee toVI.. uttCdUTT. 4 mi iin. m uiih morrow. Programmes of unusual bers to enter another contest when MARKET ST. o'clock excellence have been offered this ever arranged. One round of ap Tomorrow morning at there will be a Levitlcal high mass season and it is the firm intention plause after another was given tho at St. Philip Nerl church with sol- of tho management to continue team on the excellent work dono by emn 'communion and blessing of the presenting this class of entertainthem. Tho other members of the children of the eighth grade, to ment. The pony track is fast be- team are Louis Clephas, Tom Murby benediction. Tho coming the children's headquarters, phy, George Hoffman, B. Gratzer. -)o followed 5war !. fnlvart Piatt. Irst mass on thin Sunday will bo at as the wee tots are always around BanHOB's rateat Lidded ripe far Steam Ceadaits, ANOTRfER AUTO VICTIM. the track and take Wall Draia Tile. Titrile. IricK, ' closIngeSseToYs delight in watching the tho keenest little pontes The Best Straight Whisky On Earth Fire rreela, Flae Liaise, Fire Brick thirty-fiv- e . Sullivan, Samuel Philip Nerl school, will be given trotting around the enclosure. Tho Grate as Bailer Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Chinaey feps. ohlldren at night in Wlnd- - automatic electric baseball game years old, residing at 1219 West " , b, the TT.H l "11 .. nan, ueaiuuiug si IT. JC continues to Increase its popularity Oak street, was run down by an .!..!. moral OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Those of the higher grades will with lovers of the national game. automobile Sunday evening, suffer INCORPORATED nrwent "Heroines of tho Revolu- Coupons given with all gate tickets' ing a fractured rib, severe injuries HOME PHONES CITY CUM IB. MAIN S07. there will be songs are good for admission to either to his left side and shock. Sullivan tion." and Sole Owners Registered Dial. No. 32 was Thirteenth and dance X WORKS Magnetic Ave., Bet. 9tk and sOtk. X drills, minuets and patriotic recita- the theater or park 1bpavilion. Ad- - when crossing by a machine of Oak lStfcawd Brack. the Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 struck free In the by the mission to the tions and a grand finale West Main Street Warner Auto Company. afternoon. ' smaller pupils. i f t Gays-Cherr- -- ii,r,J r two-ton- - FATHER CRANE'S BOOK HIBERNIANS. "Titles of the Blessed Virgin" I Sixty-one-year-o- ld The Last Dollar -- German Insurance BanK Butterfly Shop Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. JaBBSjSg g forty-sixt- 50c 50c Hennessy Axman CLEANING AND DYEING CO. , POPULAR PRICE TAILORS newly-electe- AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE BE SURE TO CALL FOR st -. .- McKENNA Congress-man-at-larg- Chawk & Smith Auto Co. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. !H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, GH1XDERS ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Where the QuicK Meal Comes In ; Federal tires, vulcanizing, free service. IIIB FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. JL MOtinH'HWimnmMniiinimniiniinit (jfcHfcrK Ct oOIN, w. R BANNON PIPE -- CO. (W ""a. OLD BARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. N. 1 1 ,i, 573-178- 6. iniiiiiMiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiinmnM . ad o