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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1916. y- PRICE FIVE CENTS. which just now controls Republican politics absolutely. Falrlelgh was selected as a substitute for Judge DuRelle, who was supposed to enter the race, but it is rumored that his defeat for the samo offlco sevy eral years ago made him and young Falrlelgh has nothing to Sanity of the Catholic View on lose and all to gain. The fourth Eugenics Conclusively starter, Dr. Lewis Ryans, is far arid away the strongest man in tho race, Shown. having the solid support of tho colored voters, and in addition "Doc" is a good fellow with lots of friends ; throughout tho district. The Chil machine will havo to be Long Ago Did Church Throw at its best to beat him Is the opinSafeguards Around ion of political students. Marriage. Representative Will Perry will be a candidate to succeed Senator Sam Robertson in the Thirty-eight- h this fall and his splendid record In the lower house entitles him A Noted Psychiatrlst'vpcclarcs to tho Democratic nomination 'withForcefully Against Extreme out opposition. He will be opposed Legislation. ln tho general election by Theodore Diehl, who was a Bull Moose candi date for Alderman on the Axton ticket in 1D13. Axton will back Diehl ln his race, this being in line BALANCE WHEEL OF PROGRESS with his policy to have his former, supporters obtain a foothold in the Republican party and nssigt him in getting the Republican nomination The church Is the balance wheel for Mayor next year. It Is Bald that the former Bull Moose leader of human progress. Her quiet in the midst of great will have big financial backing, but is evidently overlooking one Impor- popular clamor for extreme reform tant thing a defeated candidate, has become proverbial. Calmly she like a pugilist, never comes back points out the error and tho danger and a party deserter can not obtain in the radical demand of any parrecognition from his old associates ticular placo or period and at tho Roosevelt's fate being a warning samo time recognizes its element of ' to Axton. truth. Her own programme she can always show has long ago an ticipated the need and provided for. EXCLUDES ULSTER COUNTIES. It. The widespread eugenic moveA Nationalist convention of ment for the regulation of tho marrepresentatives from tho six coun- ital relationship was a recent and' of this, old ties of Ulster which would be ex- interesting evidence certain cluded from tho operation of home story. AH of a sudden rule for tho period of the war un- scientific gentlemen had awakened to the fact that all marriages were1 o der the plan of David met at Belfast on Friday and. by a not ' p'rddu'ctlvo "of 'hefclthy 'or desirable offspring, fllt legislation of, vote of 476 to 2G5 accepted extremesl.type Mm, proposed, , John Redmoad, tho great scheme. Tlhe State v?aw. to' Terned the Nationalist leader, and Joseph 'Dev- decide 'as to'wHe should bo niarried lin thus secured no narrow marand whb Utovld not, a'nd a oom- ginal triumph, but virtually- - a majority vote. This 'striking" pulsory. physic! examination was vqte on the part of the Nationalists demanded for hoae, about to. enter from counties especially affected by upon the state of matrimony agree Catholic thought, could Hot homo rule means that, a settlement pointed to with such virtually is in the fact ajaropotfal. Jthad always, of the situation that the sight, as the Ulster Unionists al- recognized that, church there were certain ready havo accepted of plan. Since this is the decision of marrittgec which, because morals the results, to of Irishmen who will bo excluded from evil offspring, health and were prohibited by the operations of home rule and the natural, law. Their prevention who thus are principally" 'concerned, the to be the work of moral,, rewas it is not expected that any further straint and education among the opposition to the proposals people, rather than by arbitrary ae--t serious will be made. The most powerful tion of the State. As a Ian reof all arguments that recommend course the State might lnd4 and tho adoption of the settlement pro- should Impoe certain restrictive posals was the clear intimation in rulatlona- - for the. common good, the convention that John Redmond but these muit not go too far. Tit had staked hte .position and carew church Itslf, through Us oanturj' upon acceptance by the coMveatis, 'MT'-Mbattle MtatMt omuls' aavc;i. Josepa - S8 i era front. Second, I never asked an I Irishman to fight for Germany. have always claimed that he has no right to fight for any land but Ireland. Third, the horrible insinuations that I got my own people's -rations reduced to the starvation . .; . .' . . On Trial For His Life Upon point becauso they did not join the Put Irish brigade is an abominable falsetko Charge of High . t. hood. The rattohB were necessarily reduced throughout Germany owing Treason. I, ? . ' to the blockade, and they were rejf !iM& duced for the Irish prisoners at ex"' mmmwmBmmKaKmJzLlli v v actly the same time and to the same wSE&i0QBtRlBi&KKI&SaMs&2ee.stoine-Mi&jdBmmBmWUmmmBiuSBmmk ..?.... extent for Roger Denies Receiving Ger- and theasentire the German soldiers Sir population of Germany. The other suggestion that man Cold For Irish my men were sent to punishment Revolt. camps at my instance for not joining the Irish brigade is one that I need hardly pause to refute. It is devoid of all foundation. Attorney Sullivan Faints "While "Fourth, gentlemen, there Is the widespread imputation of 'German 'Making Powerful Plea gold.' I owe it to those in Ireland to Jury. who arc assailed with me on this - s,lKr""' very ground to nail the lie once 'mmmaSsamj'miWMtJbXBXaSB: J fill and for all. It was published by newspapers in America, I think orMAKris PLEA OF NOT GUILTY iginating in this country, and I my cabled to America instructing American lawyer, Mr. Doyle, to proceed against those papers for libel. Those who know mo know tho inRoger Casement was on Thurs- credibility of this malicious inven Sir charge of tion, for they know from all my day found guilty of the high treason In connection with the past records that I have never sold MAJOR LANGHORNE AND TRbOPS CROSS THE RIO GRANDE. rodent Irish rebellion. The jury myself to any man or any GovernMajor Langhorne, extreme left, at tho head of Troop3 A and B of the Eighth United States Calvary, was out a little over an hour. Ho ment and have never allowed any his command across the Rio Grande at San Jacinto in chase of the bandits. was sentenced to death. Sir Roger Government to use me. From, the received the sentence with the ut- first moment that I landed on the most composure, smiling at friends continent until I came home again strive to furthdr tho interests of in the court room. His statement, to Ireland I never asked or received Catholic education. occupied a half hour, was a a single penny of foreign money, which A most cordial reception was plea for the right to bo tried by either for myself or for any Irish given the beloved Cardinal Gibbons men and for Irish nationality. cause or for any purposes whatsoIrish on his visit to the general sessipn ever." on Thursday, when ho gavo a brief, Immediately after Sir Roger Casement, chief in the had finished speaking the prisoner spontaneous and heartfelt address Sergt. SulliSinn Fein revolt in lreiana, on van rose and began an eloquent ad Distinguished Gathering at tho and brought tho thirteenth annual In No Mood to Itally to the SupMondav faced trial for his life on meeting of the Catholic Educaup. Tho attorney in Thirteenth Annual Meeting port of Republican Nominee a charco of hlch treason In the dress the summing against Sir Roger tional Association to a close. Tho charge High Court of Justice in London. said at Baltimore. delegates greeted the Cardinal and Hughes. was that he had aided Germany Up to the very moment of the during thanked him for the deep Interest the war. He declared that no Indication opening of tho trial which he had manifested In the Roger was recruiting men for was given by his counsel as to Sir convention, as well as his kind and of the service in Ireland after tho Euro- Apostolic Delegate, what would be the nature war had ended and that there Cardinals unfailing support" of tho work of Progressives Kicking ' ThemR. pean no Francis accused man's defense. tho association. idea of giving aid to Gerhas was and Prominent Church Doyle, of Philadelphia, who selves For Following Rough many. Sir Roger, he said, never Great satisfaction wns expressed been retained by Casement's fam- had asked Irishmen to fight for Dignitaries Present. on ,all sides over the success of Rider Blindly. ily, refused to say anything beyond Germany and not one atom of aid the generous hospitality of the denying a report that his client had been rendered to Germany. Christian Brothers and of the would throw himself on the mercy Sergt. Sullivan asserted the plan Catholic educators and people of ' Government. of the was that an Irish brigade was to ? Baltimore. o'clock a clerk in the be quartered In Germany until after Great Satisfaction Is Expressed At 10:30 Not Exerting Themselves to Hospitality Justice the war. If Germany was successOver Generous court of the Lord Chief ORPHAN PJQNIC. Again Lino Up "With Rcpub- -' King versus Sir ful the brigade was to proceed to called out: "The of People. Roger, Casement," and tho trial of Ireland to strike a blow for home lican Pnrty. The last meeUng before tho the. knight who Is accused of hav- rule. If Germany lost the brigade Fourth of July orphans' picnic was ing Instituted tho Irish rebellion was to be sent to America. held Monday night, and the enorWednesday's session of the trial was under way. Sir Roger bowed mous crowd that gathered to take to a sudden and RECEIVEUOLYFATHER'SBLESSING to the Justices and tho Chief Jus- was brought part in the important work of the LIVELY CONTEST FOR CONGRESS tice returned the salutation with dramatic close. While summing up evening taxed the Knights of The prisoner for the defense Mr. Sullivan colformality. equal Columbus Hall tapts utmost capacstood leaning on the iron railing lapsed as he was in the midst of ity. Enthusiasm'.. &84I good spirit with folded arms while the clerk an impassioned appeal, and tho Catholic educators and men prom- prevailed and every one predicted a When court adjourned until Thursday inent in educational work from all The old saying that "tlmo heals read the long indictment. success, i&ll.parlshcs . with asked If he were guilty or not morning. parts of the country gathered ln great exceptIons1f!hve been repre- alt wounds" is not being borne out few present .political culltv Sir Roger bowed and mur Baltimore this week for the thir- sented at the wiwy meetings and very strongly HAPPILY WEDDED. mured something which was Inteenth annual convention of the tho following abiwered itoitheiroll situation. TheBullMoosera and formerRoiMveltfelloyerstfare sot audible. His chief counsel, AlexathollaEducatlQWlifcifABsoclatkw, CASEMENT ENDORSED ftr n( "J vYw fit -- - "md, Wl Z gun-sh- .r , M ton-Sear- cy dis-tri- st ..- .2- - . (. i.:,-.iS- . EDUCATORS. BULL M00SERS -- Lloyd-Georg- Hoyd-George- 's a o; . two-tlilr- ds Lloyd-George- 's in-th- e Read was solemnized Wednes ment set forth was "no oirenso cllffe morning with a solemn high known to the law" and that none day acts specified was alleged to mass at the Church of St. Louis of tho ceremony was perhave taken place In any territory Bertrand.by The Very Rev. Father King' has any formed O. the the bride being over which tho P., jurisdiction. After consultation the Crowley, by her given court ruled that any exceptions to Judge in marriageO'Doherty. uncle, Miss the indictment in a case of such Lucille Matthewwas the maid of Rielly importance could bo taken after tho honor, and the ushers were Messrs. hearing without prejudice to the Louis Hackett and Rees Dickson. prisonor. Then Sir Roger made a The bride wore a charming costume formal plea of not guilty, speaking of white tulle over chiffon, mounted Jurors from the in firm tones. cut v neck wlth whUo saU panel were tnen cauea iorwara. ai hertha ami flounce of lace. Her o'clock tho jury was com-- ! tune vell wa3 arranged with orange 11:10 Is composed of j,iossomB in cap effect, worn off the pleted. Tho jury middle-age- d men, apparently of the face and feu ln Kraceful folds to Small merchant and clerk class. The the end of her long train. She car jury was sworn of ried a shower bouquet of white an hour after the court sat. sweet peas and lilies of the valley. .Dramatic developments took place Tho maid of honor was attired in at Wednesday's session of the trial pink taffeta with pink chiffon of Sir Roger Casement for high sleeves, with hat of pink and lavtreason. Chief among these was a ender chiffon, and carried a shower statement in his own defense, which bouquet of pink and lavender sweet Sir Roger made from tho dock. Sir peas. After the ceremony a. wedRoger said: ding breakfast was given at the to me in home of tho bride's uncle, Judge "Money was offered Germany more than once, and Matthew Mrs. O'Doherty, and offered liberally and unconditionally, O'Doherty, for the bridal party and but I rejected every suggestion of the Immediate family. the kind and I left Germany a poorer man than when I entered it. Money I could always obtain from my ovx countrymen, and I am not the ashamed here to acknowledge debt of gratitude I owe to many an Irish friend and sympathizer who gladly help me did freely and when I was on the continent. I trust I havo made the statement clearly and emphatically enough for all men, even my" bitterest onomies, to comprehend that a man who In the newspapers is 'Just another Irish traitor' may be a gentleman. Tho Attorney General of England thought It consistent with tho traditions of which ho is tho public representative to make a thinly veiled allusion in his opening address to the rising ln Ireland of which he brought forward no evidence in hs case from first to last, and from which therefore you and I, gentle men. aB laymen would havo sup posed that ho would scrupulously refrain from mentioning.' since tne rising has been mentioned, however, I must say categorically that tho rebellion was not made in Germany, that it was not directed from Ger many, that it was not inspired from Germany, and that not one penny of German gold went to finance or as sist it VICE PRESIDENT. "Gentlemen. I havo touched on Hon. Thomas R. Marshall, repersonal matters, because I these Intended as they were to reflect on nominated by the Democratic party. my honor, they were calculated to YOUNG SOLDIER'S BRDDE. tarnish tho cause I hold so dear." As Sir Roger made tho declara morning Wednesday at St. tion that he never had accepted Miss Eleanora church German gold his voice trembled Brlgid'sthe bride of with emotion and he leaned toward Emenegger became the Jury as though supplicating the ' AIoysluB Schulten, a member of Company E, First Kentucky jurora to believe his statement. to my pension and the honor fantry. Rev. Father Jansen, the the ceremony, of knighthood conferred upon me I pastor, performed shall say one word only. The pen- - j The young soldier failed to pass the slon I had earned by srvlce ren- -' physical examination last week and dered and It was assigned by law. The thought he had been discharged, knighthood it was not ln my power , Therefore there wae much surprise to refuse. But there are in espe- - when he was ordered on the eve of clal four misstatements given in tho the wedding to report at the against me, which I must ory. Capt. Colston heard the case refute. First, I never at any time and granted leave to Schulten, upon advised Irishmen to fight with the condition that he report soon after Turks against the. Russians or to the wedding ceremony had been fight with the Germans on the weet- -' performed. , WDlCu3openeannere!i?BH luomin? morning and closed there on Thursday afternoon. Besides the Apostolic Delegate and Cardinal Gibbons, who wore present at different sessions, many other church dignitaries were in attendance, thus lending their support to a movement which has at heart the closest and most vital Interests of the church. A pleasant feature of the convention was the presence of Right Rev, Bishop O'Connell, of Richmond, tho first President General of tho association, whoso efforts in the early days were such a strong factor ln the growth and stability of tho organization. throe-quarte- rs - I In-"- Arm-eviden- ce candidacy of Hughes, and as they realize more and moro how basely they were deserted by their former idol the feeling against him is as pronounced as the It goes against the grain of the average man most strongly to realize that he has been buncoed or and the spectacle of the Paul, Sacred Heart. Progressives left high and dry in Inspiring addresses were deliv- convention at Chicago holding the ered by Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P., bag can not easily be forgotten. The pastor of St. Louis Bertrnnd's, and delegates and Progressive supporters Rev. J. T. Hill, pastor of St. Ann's at Chicago were placed ln tho same church. "You are trying to let attitude as the disappointed bride moro sunshine Into the lives of the "waiting at the church," and tho orphans," said Father Crowley. "It little bulletins sent from time to Is a noble work. You are striving time by Roosevelt while ho was Nearly all the delegates had to give these children a chance jto hoping against hope to stampede arrived Monday, when Executive enjoy the same things you enjoy. the Republican convention were but have cold comfort for his blind followers Board and committee meetings were Your efforts In this society On Tuesday morning the been a source of emulation to me. who had never been able to size held. delegates and visitors attended a I have been surprised at the won- him up for his true value. Marchmass at the Cathedral of the As- derful organization in charge of tho ing through the blinding rain, putsumption. Right Rev. Owen B. picnic. I am proud of tho fact that ting up with the discomforts of Corrigan, D. D V. G., Auxiliary our branch has been the banner one crowded hotels at enormous exBishop of Baltimore, welcomed the In the city, but we will promise to pense, while Roosevelt was planning to desert them, Is a picture that delegates ln a few happy words. do even more ln the future." Father Hill said: "You are now they will not easily forget and no Immediately after mass the congoal, and you are glossing over by the hired orators vention was opened ln Calvert Hall almost at the assembly roopi, with an address by working hard, running fast; but if will convince them otherwise than imis one thought the President General, Right. Rev,. there upon you it is I would your that Teddy played them for suckers this: Do and each Individual believes that Bishop Shaha'n, rector of the Cath- press for but olic University. The report of tho work not only doing the orphans, you he played the chief sucker role. it From different parts of tho counSecretary General, Rev. Fancis W. for God. In do more for God orfor the try comes the statement that this Howard, LL. D., and of the Treas- will thereby you are doing it for and that body of Progressives will T. phans. I know urer General, Rev. ' Francis simply a not follow Roosevelt's dictation as D. D .were Moran, then pre- that Intention, but It is reminder. On one occasion support then sented, and after the appointment our Lord was speaking on a' when to the many of of Hughes, and leadmost the Republican of committees and the transaction profound subject his apostles were again of routine business, the first paper trying to put the children asido ers are beginning to believenotthat of the Republican nominee is of the convention was heard. It He finished, but He- said, 'Forup enwas read by V. Rev. Thomas E. until them not, for of such is the the type that will' stir was not bid His Shields, 'Ph. D., professor of edu- kingdom of heaven.' He loved them thusiasm. with nomination delepopular cation at the Catholic University, to climb upon his knee and put gates, writers the convention critics and political on the subject of tho present con- their little arms around his neck. agreeing that the announcement of dition of education in the United Doing your work for tho Lord his victory received the coldest reStates. Tuesday afternoon was en- Jesus Christ, who loves little chil- ception In convention history. The tirely given over to departmental dren so much, I am sure you can statements he has Issued thus far meetings, not but succeed, and we will pray in regard to Americanism and preWednesday's meetings began with for tho success of your labors." paredness are of the stereotyped that of the College department, the Numerous donations were report- kind and do not have the true pamathematics and science section of ed from all tho committees Monday triotic ring to them. It remains which held a conference at 9 evening. The donors will be thanked to see if the great American people o'clock At noon a general meet- after the picnic in letters sent by will vote for a man of the cold ing of all members of the associa- the proper officers of the society, sphinx-lik- e type; it is a certainty tion was held for the election of and their names and donations pub- that they will hardly inconvenience officers, and in the evening Rev. lished. Some committees have al- themselves to .hear his addresses, as M. J. Ahern, S. J., as Chairman, ready secured as much as $150 the announcement of a speech by the presented the report of the Com- from their work. Republican nominee in any town or Hayes, for the vicinity in the country juBt now Miss Elizabeth mittee on Educational Legislation. Queen's Daugh- would not bring together tho enBusiness took up tho larger part Junior Circle of the of Thursday's reports, ters, stated that in the afternoon thusiastic gatherings that are charsessions resolutions, elections of officers, there will be a May polo dance and acteristic of political campaigns. songs by tho little girls of St. Wilson will provo the most popular etc. Tho visit of the Apostolic Dele Vincent's. This together with the figure of the two, and If it hadn't policy and gate, Msgr. John Bonzano, at drilling of the boys under the direc- been tor his Wednesday's session, was an occa- tion of A. J. Chappell will be Inter- mistaken policy in Mexico it would not be hard to predict tho outcome. sion of much pleasure to all ln esting features of the day. The gates will open at 9 o'clock As It is there is a doubt. attendance. Ho spoke earnestly of Hero in Louisville the situation the work of the association, and ln tho morning and remain open e at night. The from the commended the efforts of all who until 11 o'clopk have worked so hard to make it a grounds are spacious and shady and standpoint Is pretty muddled. Bursuccess, and prophesied great things plenty of benches will be afforded ton Vance, the local Bull Mooso may crowd, returned from Chicago far for its future efforts. He was the for the all day, itso that they their leader, being satisfied, and his folremain from guest of honor at dinner that day stay made pleasant desired, and and at St. Mary's Seminary, where the Parents are requested tocomfortable. lowers may bo a disturbing element bring their race. There Executive Board of the association little children along as amusements in the Congressional for the Repuband the members of the Seminary will be furnished for their enter- are four in the field Ben department dined with him by Invi- tainment and pleasure. Tickets of lican nomination, Dr. Frank Bruner, FalrMajor W & Owens, tation ofthe President of the Sem- admission are twenty-fiv- e cents and lelgh and Dr. Lewis Ryan. Dr. inary. children under fourteen will be adreceive some or tne In response to a cablregram. con- mitted free. There will be music Bruner win support of Progressive; veying to the Holy Father Benedict by an excellent band, and no one the Men's Federationand several leaders help VV. the fealty of the delegates ln need bring any lunch to the because of his' prohibition views. attendance at the thirteenth an- grounds, for .the Chairman of the Major Owens wilL have, no certain nual convention, a reply was read Dairy Lunch Committee believes he backing, but will depend upon his on Thursday In which thePapal will 'have sufficient to feed the ability as a campaigner for success. blessing was bestowed on the con- - whole city of Louisville and at a Frank Falrlelgh will have the supI vention, the delegate and all who nominal price. port of the Chltlon-Searc- y machine. flim-flamm- Cecilia, Blessed Sacrament, St. Columba, St. George, Holy Name, St. John's, St. Louis Bertraud, St. Michael, St. Patrick's, St. Philip St. Ann's, St. Nerl. St. Agnes, Brlgid's, St. Charles Borromeo, St. Frances of Rome, Holy Cross, St. James, St. Leo's, St. Mary Magdalen, Church of Our Lady, St. w sitpvr"itwglyt settee" xmmm kwmiej -- miw. leaders were resolved to stand "'or Speeches defall with Redmond. nouncing partition were more fervent ln tone than thoso which supported the recommendations of acceptance. Priests, who formed a largo proportion of the 700 delegates, were almost all for rejecting the plan. John Dillon said ho would not shed a tear if tho convention rejected tho proposed settlement, but that in view of all iMr I circumstances and the changed situation which the rebellion had brought about, he felt certain that It was for the advantage of the cause of Ireland. - HON. CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. Nominated by tho Republican party for Vice President. POPE WOULD HELP. From Rome the Associated Press reports that Popo Benedict hold a lengthy conference Saturday with It is rethe Spanish Ambassador. ported that he discussed tho advisability of asking King Alfonso of Spain to mediate between the His United States and Mexico. Holiness views with the greatest reeret the possibility of war be tween the two American republics. The Pope, since tho beginning of tho European war, has looked to the United States as the power most likely to take an effective step 'for peace ln Europe at the proper tlmo and to invoke respect for international law nnd tho laws of humanity and all belligerents. He believes the United States would find It difficult to make a toovo for European peace while Itself at war with Mexico. Tho Pope's advisors havo told him that tho King of Spain probably would prove acceptable to the United States if the American Government was willing to consider mediation. A wireless news agency dispatch circulated lhJ London was to the effect that Pope would appeal to President Wilson and Gen. Carranza ln an r, earnest endeavor to avoid anti-Germ- Republican-Progressiv- au pleas tne Kenurawn as Tho church the had for another time clearly outlived its "medieval" usefulness. Is Alas for them, the pendulum swinging back again at this very early day. In tho Survey of Juno 3, a very Instructive articlo by Dr. Adolph Meyer, of John Hopkins University, vindicates tho Catholic view. Dr. Meyer, it Is well to note. Is hailed by that journal as "one of our greatest psychiatrists." Very emphatically does he declare that "the 'condition from heredity study can not be codified in the form of legislation. A careful student of tho literature and of the facts of eugenics realizes the complexity of the problem and tho reason why we should be cautious about pushing everything to the point of legislative enactment." Even many of tainted strain thoso of a can marry if proper care be exercised In the choice of a partner. Education Is Indeed needed and the prevention of undesirable matings. There is a sane remedy for this, however. "Tho first help," ho says, "is protection of the foolish against playing with the holiest of all sacraments marriage." Ho points to the regulations In force in Switzerland, that "no marrlago license Is valid that has not been posted for three week.s by the civil authorities and published in tho newspapers." It is this which ho recommends for this country. "Runaway matches and marrying parsons," ho says, "have no place under such conditions." Hero we have a strong, unqualified endorsement of the stand which the church has taken. Long ago did she throw this suggested safeguard around marriage in tho publication of the banns, three successive Sundays before the ceremony. Among "bleeders" the village in a mountain of Switzerland do we see a whole people under of the section tho influence of Catholic thought stamping out the disease with which they were afflicted not by legislation but by a voluntary vow of chastity. That Is the way she has by education and perproceeded And suasion among the people. when the doctor adds that ho does not on the other hand wish to en"intentionally courage childless marriage," but that this problem should bo met by a "greater measure of economic security among all classes," he again voices tho attitude of the church on this subject. Certainly it is instructive to seo one of such prominence in his science writing In this vein. His oxpres-- . slon, the Survey declares, "is a call to clear, courageous thinking, away from the exaggerated fears founded on insufficient knowledge and also away from the false optimism founded on unwillingness to face the truth." It goes a long way, it also may bo added, to show the sanity and practical applicability of Catholic truth. C.B.otC.X panacea-legislation. .Iff?tMW LOUISVILLE GRADUATES. At the conynencement exereliM SeraDhic Collexe. Mount Airy, Ohio, two Louisville boys, Robert Helnzmann and at St. Francis Olar-Bened- kt -- eace Schroering, were graduated. Helnzmann was the valedictorian, for the class. u -u jErcoDTJOEtrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. BVBRY SATURDAY. tsrstea to Um SaUl mi! Metal A4rMenMt at Ms AnerkaM ana CsAetks OMetaUr Iadoroed by Aaeleftt Ofder of Hibernians, YawiE Man's Iwtkte aaa CatteoHc Kalghti of America. PUBLISHED 4MBSCKIPTI0N AMrtM H xjxh: Ajsan&xtK&AJs:. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. KBNTUCKY IWIH AMKWIOAN PRINTING CO., PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER-YRAR incorporated, Uettttt tl j.MtH PeitatWn BMoad.CUt AMERICAN, PufaHshsre SIMILE COPY 5c fUttir. J-- Stewart Dry Goods Co Jn ConnecliortKitlblpmes.McjCrejery & CoNett-york. 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LLLLLLLLE'li 7 LW flasav (bbbbbbbl uasf Jt JasaVKsflBBSBBBBBSBBBsssy vi d "xv& fli 3 mh v House Furnishing Necessities For the Kitchen, Porch and Lawn $12.00 Hammocks $9.50 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv t JaBBBBBBBBBnESssBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn With thla issue the Kentucky Irish American celebrates its anniversary and enters upon its nineteenth year, grateful to its subscribers and advertisers for their unceasing support. Our hope is that they may continue with us until wo reach our golden jubilee. OFF FOB, WAR. About the proudest set of men who have gone forth to battle for their country is the Louisville Legion, now the First Kentucky Regiment, and the proudest man is Col. Colston, who will command this splendid body of men. With tho best military band in tho State in the lead playing enlivening march music the men swung into line at the Armory early Thursday morning. Out Sixth and down Broadway tho troopers marched, and at every step they were cheered until they arrived at tho Tenth-stredepot, where they were greeted by an Immense gathering. Not a man in the First Regiment at that time would have traded places with a king. After with relatives and friends, who wished them Godspeed, victory and safe return home, tho boys were entrained for Fort Thomas, where their good appearance impressed the officers of the regular army. That this regiment will acquit Itself creditably goes without saying. Godspeed our soldiers and may it be the Dlvlno will that they soon return to Kentucky. et Lawn Swings $3.50 Swings, Lawn made of selected hardwcod, free from knots or imperfections. ' leave-takin- gs To the American the Fourth of July means one thing and only one. It is the great national anniversary, and as such is fittingly celebrated. Not so very many of us know that on that day our noiso and oratory is in commemoration of a formality only. The United States did not declare independence of England on July 4, 1776. As a matter of fact the few who constituted the governing body of the colonies' merely signed a written statement to that effect, which they had agreed upon two days before. The actual declaration was made on July 2 and John Adams, the first Vice President and second President of tho United States, declared his belief that July 2 would become a memorable date. The fact that it is a Glorious Fourth ola particularly uproarious sort is due to Philadelphia, the scene of the Declaration. Here twelve years after tho famous manifesto the first big celebration of the day took place. Very naturally It took a military turn, and the precedence thus established has yielded very slowly and Very stubbornly to arguments for a "sane for President. CANDIDATE HUGHES AND FAMILY. Hon. Charles E. Hughes Burrounded by his family, Mrs. Hughes, three daughters and son. This photograph was taken after being nominated UU.1UNG EVENTS. St. Vincent's grounds. July 10 Picnic of 18-1- July 4 Annual orphans' picnic on several weeks. Miss McGrath and children at Atlantic City, where they will remain for Bertrand's church at 9 July Lawn feto and d ner for Holy Cross church, and Broadway. July 25 Grand barbecue and picnic at Woodland Park for now homq for Sisters of St. Paul's church. July 26 Picnic of St. Ann's church at Spring Bank Park. July 27 Picnic of St. Leo's church, Thornberry's Grove, afternoon and evening. July 30 Exsursion to Jasper, Ind., under auspices fit Catholic Knights of America. Thirty-secon- St. Louis guest ofRose Kavariaugh was the Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fern Grove. Mulloy, of Now Albany, when they dincelebrated their wedding versary last week. anni- Porch Hammocks of heavy Army Duck, with steel frame, and spring and 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 $2.50 Lawn Mowers, with open wheel and three knives. 16-inc- Folding Chairs 69c Folding Lawn Chairs, with arms, canvas seat and back. Lawn Benches 69c Hardwood Benches, 3V2 h and varnished. Folding Lawn feet long, painted Hose Reels 59o Hardwood Hose Reels, with" capacity for 100 feet of hose. .. Market street, stricken with appendicitis, has been pronounced out of danger, to tho great relief of her friends and relatives. a ten days' trip and visit to relatives in Brooklyn, N. Y., stopping en route for a few days at Washington and Atlantic City. Mary Misses Hinkebein and Maymo Husson, of New Albany, attended tho national convention of the Knights of St. John and St. Miss Lulle C. Tierney has Mrs. Llllle Donohue, of 311 West FOR TENNIS shape Tennis Racquets, extra strung 08c Oval Oil Stoves New Perfection Oil Cooking Stoves, are smokeless and odorless, specially priced in this sale: .$ $3.50 Irons $2.19 Special Sale of Gen- Garden Hose $4.75 A special offering of 50 feet, guaranteed Garden Hose, with hose reel and eral Electric and Hot Point Electric Irons. left for Clark $21.00 Stoves $14.00 Gas Jewel Stoves, oven and with broiler attachment. 16-in- ch 8.05 12.85 7.C5 Toasters at 98c Westinghouso Electric Toasters, complete with cord. Hot Plates 98c Gas Hot Plates, with improved burner. combination nozzle. brass Miss Ruby to Springfield StJ Hardwood Racquet Cases, which prevent warping 40c Cookers $15.00 Durham Duplex Flreless C o o k o r s , lined throughout with pure aluminum. Havo three aluminum cooking vessels. Theresa Auxiliary at Detroit. PREDICTION VERIFIED. Fourth." MJEXICO. visit. Misses Louise Talbott and Ilda Shlrcliff, of Bardstown, who havo Conkllng has gono attended Holy Rosary Academy this for a three weeks' scholastic year, are spending the vacation in their homo town. Fontaine Ferry ParK HICHr-CLAS- EVERYBODY INVITED TO THE S VAUDEVU.T.E DANCTNCJ Those men who are holding back BUTTERFLY CANDY SHOP for the purpose of organizing SENTLMENT OF CATHOLICS. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW STORE troops and companies for tho war 2 1.3 Lbs. AT 524 S. FOURTH AVE. President Wilson has spoken, the with Mexico are doubtless after yas. made with Special rebate ticket good for lf MONDA.Y, JULY 3, 1016 commissions and big pay. Did they national guard is being mobilized 10c in trade with 2 12 lbs. of VTENDER CARE jS-It A. M. TO 11 P. M. New Blend. and a break with Carranza seems possess the real fighting spirit they Miss Edna Welsh, of Walton, is William Belcher and bride, MUSIC FLOWERS SQUVENIRS Mary was Miss Rosella McKeirnan, who Miss inevitable. In times like these, when would now be with their State visiting her cousin, will JOHN M. MULLOY, MISS LE0TA WHITTON IIERACH, SOLO HARPIST. the nation is menaced, American regiments, where there Is place for Minogue, at her home on Frankfort make their home at Houston, Texas. avenue. 212 Went Market. Their marriage was quietly solemncitizens have but one duty before them and some others. ized on Wednesday morning of last them. Politics, personal opinion' Mrs. George WInebrenner and week at St. Paul's church, Rev. F0R RENT How many of the little son Howard have Just re Father Eugene and all animosity must be cast SALE or EXCHANGE JTO-i- N crusaders havo rushed to Join the turned from a two weeks' visit to tho ceremony. Donohoe performing "As Near to You as tbe 'Ncafect Phone aside, and every one of us must stand by the Chief Executivo of colors? Surely their boasted Ameri- Mt. Sterling. $5.00 AND DP. The marriage clerk at tho the United States. Like the Indiana canism must rejoice In the opporMrs. W. H. Hammond and chil- House was quite busy this Court Oar Special $3.00 Spray week Catholic, we have differed CO. with tunity they have of proving the dren, Masters Daniel and Kenneth, Issuing licenses, among those Our Special $5.00 Wreath INCORPORATED. Monday President Wilson on many questions, faith that is in them. "Stand up leftMichigan, to spend tho summer favored being William Hardiman Both Phone 13S in 333 WEST MAIN STREET i and Annie Shaughnessy, Griffith we have not hesitated to raise the and be counted," good people. The largest values In FuneFeldhaus and Mabel Wynn, Bernard ral Flowers ever offered io voice of protest and criticism when M,rs. Celisa Ewing, or Worthvllle, Ball and Delia Purtoll and Paul War can be of little benefit to was LouUvllle we believed it right to do so, but here AVedhesday to attend the Craven and Stella Phillips. any country. What it will gain to marriage of her daughter Katherine For prompt delivery call 223 today with war apparently being both phones. the conqueror will be offset by tho to Lee S. Read. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Shaughnessy forced on us by Chief Bandit Car- hundred years' Whore tho borne is retard by loss of will return today from their wedjSmmmmSSl Wliero work la quickly ranza, all must and will sustain Mrs. brightest; dono; life, accumulation of debt and de- street, T. J, Langan, of West Oak ding trip and be at home at 2024 Monday evening West Broadway. the President in his efforts to upreturned Tho bride was struction of valuable property. Where tbe work Where cooking seems from St. Louis, where sho had been Miss hold the dignity of our nation. Catherine E. Wnrren. Their lightest; real fan; visiting relatives. marriage was solemnized This we know is the sentiment of tan with The reporter who ' Heart? Where tho meal Where baking gives denuptial mass at Sacred TI0MM. every Catholic in the United States, M1b3 Nell Kelly was honor guest cooked best; atated .that there wa? only 30,000 light; Rev. Patrick feteihwnue toutrvlr and tho fact that the first American people at th'e Shawnee' Park pa- - at a "500" party given by Miss church, the ceremony. Walsh performing Whoro tho range stands Where drudgo Is out of uiuou sneu on Mexican soil was .trlotic demonstration must have Marie Dletz at her home on Mistbe tost sight souri avenue, Jefferspnvlllc. Catholic blood, goes to show that thought he was sent out to A wedding breakfast was given 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere." That's where tbe That's where tho cover "Quick Meal" comes the Catholics of today, like their a Republican meeting. "Quick Meal" cornea Miss Mary Josephine Henchey left by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Happle at La. their home, 1115 Vlncennes street, the Good Shepherd, where a large in. fdlow Catholics during every strug-fft- " Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James New Albany, following the mar- number of friends of the bereaved B. Kelly, of Memphis, to spend llato which this nation has enQuick Meal Gaa ItaiageM Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended Tho Guardians of Liberty will bo days in that city as their guest. ten riage of their daughter, Miss Mar family were present to pay a last ticed, are to be found in the fore- heard from as soon asftfio war, If garet Happle, to Frank Theobald, tribute of respect. ,5 front of tho fighting. Now that wo It bo war, Is over. Miss Cella Laven and her mother, of Louisville, at St. Mary's church LIVE IN EAST. are facing trouble, now that wo may Mrs. Mary Laven, leave soon for Wednesday morning. In tho evening be openly engaged in warfare at any Only one class of hyphenates are Parkersburg, W. Va., whore they new a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. TheoAllen T. Long and bride, who expect to make their future home. time, It is our duty to stand by tho missing in the enlistment rolls bald, Twentieth and Bank streets, was Miss Aline Zix, whose marriage IMPORTED. QUALITY President, to help him all we can, tho was solemnized at St. Frances of BEST Mrs. Thomas Ford (nee HInes) this city. Rome church, Rev. Thomas White renew the proof that we are all left Sunday evening to Join her Altar, Alb and Sarpliee Lace at performing the ceremony, are now MOURN IIEU DEATH. h The fighting Americans, pure and unalloyed, first, was first husband at Ellzabethtowji, Tenn., Cat Flowers for all occasions. on an extended wedding trip. They reaseHab.e prices. on the job. No flies on that brand where they will make their home. last and all the time. Sptclal attention given will make their future home in We would appreciate a visit from The death of Mrs. Annie E. SulliWhere Old Glory leads we follow! of .hyphen. Mr, and Mrs, James B. Kelly, of van, beloved wife of J. L. Sullivan, Newark, N. J., and tbe bride will yOH when ia the market for these orders. Memphis, whor.were spending their which occurred last Saturday at her be greatly missed in Louisville so- goods. ? honeymoon here, NEW NANZ CIVIL TOWER, ItULBS. NEUNER CO. returned home this home at Roekport, Ind., brought ciety circles, where she reigned as. CIL1NGE MEETING NIGHT. week and will go to housekeeping. grief to a large circle of friends and a favorite. The wedding was one Rogers Church Goods Co. INCORPORATE). of the most interesting and beaut! Martial law no longer rules the. relatives. She is survived by her At the meeting of Division 4, A. 657 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky Mrs. Stanton Welch, of New Al- husband and two daughters. Misses ful witnessed here this season. ropat in Ireland. It has been abol- O, H., Monday evening it was de129 S. FOURTH AVE. bany, is recovering from an Illness Cecilia and Jennie Sullivan, and two ished and the civil power is once cided to postpone the next regular and operation at St. Joseph's In- sons, Lawrence FATHER RODJLN. and William Sulli-Yamore in the saddle. This is good meeting of the division from Mon- firmary, where she was taken last for whom the deepest sympathy The Rev. B. J. Rodmant S. J., news for the Irish people who have day, July 10, to the following even- week. is felt in the loss of a devoted and loving wife and mother. Three who has been studying In St. Louis town made to realize that the mili- ing, Tuesday, July 11, because of Mrs. N. A. the tary ellque whq were in authority date fact that the regular meeting Walnut John G. Heeelon. 2114 West sisters, Mrs.Mrs. Kate Sullivan, of and was Just ordained at the Jesuit Funeral Directors street, is home Mitchell, of College, will celebrate his first conflicted with that of St. from Frankfort; g had not had eaough of Louis Bertrand's "church picnic at Bloomington, III., after a most de- Colorado Springs, and Miss Jennie mass at St. James church on Bardstomorrow morning. to gratify their sanguine thirst. In- Pern Grove. The application of lightful visit to her sister, Mrs. Newman, of Louisville, also survive town road Embalmers. her. The remains were taken to Father Rodman is the son of Dr. d deed it was a belief that Joseph),, D. Hennessy and John Luke Watson. NORTON BUILDING Frankfort, her girlhood home. H. D. Rodman and a grandson of Maxwell and hie Orange advisers Helton were received and reports of committees heard on pending Mrs. Frank McGrath and son where the funeral was held Tues- - Bed J. Webb, and is coming to his K.W. CNitr FMrtk Tstepaeae MM. were doing their ntmost to drive James left yesterday to .Join Col. day morning from the Church of 'home town for this solemn eyent. In Its last week's issue the Kentucky Irish American predicted that the members of the Junior Order and Guardians of Liberty, who were ever boasting of their patriotism and venting their spleen against Catholics, whom they claimed could not bo true American citizens and were creatures of tho Pope, etc., would not bo so keen for war with Mexico and their love for tho flag would cool off suddenly. Here is the sequel taken from 'Monday's dailies: "Asserting that hell was having Its Inning in America, the Rev. John Stllli, tho pastor of St. John's Evangelical church and proprominent Socialist orator, tested in a lecture at Macauley's Theater last evening against war with Mexico. The audience adopted resolutions against the wfcr, which were telegraphed to iPresldent Wilson." The Rev. Stllli is the favorite orator of the Junior Order and is always conspicuous at their flag raisings, patriotic parades, etc. Our prediction came true In a hurry. Wo have come to it at last. After coddling Villa and Carranza, as the apostles of a new era in Mexico, we find ourselves face to face with war as a result of our folly. Most people have foreseen this outcome from tho beginning, but it would bo interesting to' find out who or what force has been behind the blinding process which has effectually prevented for four years our responsible representa tives from seeing things as they actually are. Murder will out. Some day we may learn about tho secret forces that havo evidently been at work. Meanwhile it looks as though we are preparing to do what wo should have done from the first to go down to Mexico and establish there a government of law and order and one that will recognize the rights of every man and tho principles of civil and religious liberty. ' -- The many friends of Edmund Miss Antoinette Hubbuch has gone to Cleveland to spend a month Steinbock, the Twin City League Secretary, will bo glad to hear that with friends. he is entirely recovered from the Mrs. Frank McCabo has been effects of his recent operation. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCabe The altar boya of St. Louis Berat Springfield. trand's church hare spent the week camping at C. B. Altman, of Kansas City, the leadershipHarrod's Creek under Father E. A, spent Sunday in this city as the Baxter. There of Rev. twenty In the were guest of friends. party. Edward Andrlot visited in Shelby-vlll- e Mr. and Mrs. and last week, the guest of Mr. and daughters, Misses J, T. Riley and Mary Riley Mrs. A. M. Kuhn. Celia Riley, left Sunday to spend a week in Miss Mary Flyrin, of Hepburn Mr. Riley'sLexington, tho guests of mother, Mrs. John avenue, left today for St. Louis on Riley. a visit to relatives. Many friends will be pleased to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peake had know that Miss J. Tierney, as their guest last week Mrs. John West Broadway, Maodoing nicely 61 is at Hagan, of New Haven. Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, where she has been 111 for two . Louis J. Kleffer will return next week from a three weeks' business weeks. to Windsor, Canada. trip Archibald J. Lyons and Miss were quietly Miss Henrietta Bannon has re- Anna Conley, who turned from Springfield, after a married by the Very Rev. Father Crowley at St. Louis Bertrand's visit to Miss Margaret Haydon. church on June 21, will bo home Bardstown Mrs. F. G. Harpring and family after today at 160G left Tuesday to take their cottage road. in Bay View, Mich., for tho Sister Alberta, or Holy Rosary Academy, Is studying art in Chicago in preparation for next term's work. Col. J. P. Whallen was a visitor Other teachers of tho academy are at Clifton last week, the guest of attending tho summer school classes Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of Electric which opened last week at St. Cathavenue. erine's Convent. BAND CONCERTS TO PARK Afternoon Free. After 6 F, M. 10c NOTE Coupon given with eato ticket good for admission to theater or dance pavilion. THE BIO SANITARY SWIMMMING ADMISSION DAILY FREE GRAND PICNIC JULY 4, 1916 FOR THE BENEFIT OF HOW OPEN POOL St. Thomas' On and St. Vincent Orphanages Grounds of Latter Institution, 2120 Payne Take East Walnut and Crescent Gates Oncn o'clock a. in. Children under 14 free. Hill Cars. day AVitirus; nto Spend the TICKETS 25 CENTS. PARISH PICNIC GIVEN BY ST. MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- LOUIS BERTRAND'S CHURCH At Fern Grove, Monday, July 10, 1916 Boats leave 1st Street at 9 and 1:30 Returning at 5 and 8 TICKETS 25 CENTS. NEW BLEND 65c anti-hyph- TH JD A TsJi O GHILDERS ELECTRIC Where the QuicR Meal Comes In Courler-Tourn- al M$ snot QEHER ci SON, w market st. Anglp-Saxon- s. FLORISTS out-oMo- Sixty-nint- n, FRED ERHART H.BOSSESON ARCHITECT and blond-lettin- well-roote- at htlttut I fiCBTSJOHTSr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our rcad- ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MAiDH IN LOUISVILIJEJ 1MMT I. ' IRISH amo&j&xgajn: ''X. ' 'yMMMIMIIIIWWWIIWW t. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. Sfe iMmKSSSmmmlKMSSMaL- HERMAN STRAUS ' ' '. it r iHBffl Wlff-'HrMfT m ft? "' "- I THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. WmmSmSKm w? hT t'f MM, K'' DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz f'-- f 9 fOUBTH AVCfflie MARKET STREET tvCPA''a&irro wmmmmBmmmammmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmm SONS :! ' I ' ' BY & Distillers OI OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. C28 W. Main St. AMEIIIOAN ELEVATOR, . MACHINE CO. ENGRAVEUS Clancy. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Edwarr1 Financial Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Confirmation Dresses I $3.98 to $15 ; Sentinel BAJCERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1104 South Sovcntli Street Phone City G&74 ARTISTIC PRINTING Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. James English. BCHLICn ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS EliECTROTYPERS Louisville, Kr SC W. Main St., Homo Phone Cltr 5674 "SOUTHERN STAR" mWBmMmWMKmB4(Cr DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hibor- nlan Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland.. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. ' ' ; I SLICED BACON FIRST CLASS WORK "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Give Tills Offico Your Next Order Morning' 317 W. GREEN STi HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE CO. LOUISVILLE PROVISION Telephone City 946 (Incorporated.) . Recording Secretary Matthew O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Hession, Financial Jr. Secretary John J. Beautiful lino of Confirmation Dresses; made of very sheer ? materials, organdie, net, bastistc or India linon; high or long waist effects; trimmed with dainty lace; some hand-cbroidercd styles; sizes 8 to 14 years; specially priced for T Monday from $3.98 to $15.00 t Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 I 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 6 to 14 years; specialy priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 1 WVWkWVWVWVV FUNERAL' DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. (lllll DOUGHERTY - J na Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Your President John H. Hennessy. KENNEDY-COADVico President Thomas Lynch. X Incorporated MRS. CARPENTER LEADING EMPIRE STATE "SUFFS." Financial Secretary Thomas J. .taking the salute as she marched through the streets Langan. Mrs. Carpenter MEN'S FURNISHINGS Recording Secretary James J. Our Coffee is Carefully Selected of Chicago in the great parade of suffragists. 631 WEST WALNUT STREET McTlghe. whllo green, then blended and Home Phono, City 7662 Z Girsl' Princess Slips 00c to $1.50. Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Treasurer Pat Connelly. RECENT DEATHS. ROASTED BY US DALLY LOUISVILLE, KY. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. X Children's Drawers; made of Girls' Princess Slips; made of Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. T nno quality lingerie clotn and good quality Patrick McCrono, Sr., long a h THOS. J. BRODERICK muslin resident of this city and a member X seco silk; neatly made and and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 WM. ISGRIGG of St. John's church, passed from Y. M. I. embroidery; years; value 17c. Special Montrimmed with lace or PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE this life Sunday afternoon. He Mon6 SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 10c J sizes 00cto 18 years. Special $1.50- day leaves one daughter and three sons, MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. to day Home Phone City 4392-- J Michael, Patrick, Jr., and Harry Meets Monday Evenings at Club 4105 Henry Street Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. McCrone. The funeral was held Children's 30c Gowns 25c. Houbo, 344 North Twenty-sixt1000 Zano Street Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat Homo Phone, Shawnee 13S3-Tuesday morning with solemn mass S. O. Hubbuch. Gowns; tucked yoke; President Children's Cambric finished with of requiem, many relatives and Firpt Vice President M. lucked yoko; full length and ruffle; full width and length; F. friends attending. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Schaad Incorporated. width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value sizes 8 to 14 years; valuo 50c. Second Vico President R. L. was organized by, citizens 39c. Monday special 25c Special Monday 30c The funeral of Miss Elizabeth Headquarters for to make Angela Keefo, a devout member of Scheckler. LOANS CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Financial Secretary, F. Q. Adams. St Johh's church, was held Monday Nqv is the time and Recording Secretary W. G. morning, Rev. Father Schuhinann See us about anything in ,real on furnlturo and other personal property at officiating at tho solemn services. Buckle. place Levy's is estate. We sell, buy and rent. LOWEST BATES. Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Miss Keefe was a daughter of the Coleman Bide.,. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Marshal Theo. Bucklo. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. late William and Hannah Keefe to get them h Crcpo Tussah Cloth Imported 2886. Both Phones, Homo Phono City 4464. Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. and was admired for her many exIn a beautiful range of colors; lllnck and White Checks All Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. cellent traits. Surviving her are specially priced for $1.10 sizes $1.50 The "Confirmation Suit" two sisters. Misses Margaret and Residence Phone, Pewee Valley SEE P00LEY Phone, City 3180. is a specialty in this store Annie Keefe. IRISH WERE FIRST. Foulard Tnilor Suiting CONFIDENTIAL FOR MONEY we have studied for Crcpc Just tho right weight for Plaids, stripes and checks; also RELIABLE DALY Martin F. Doherty, a leading JOS. fifty-fiv- e years how to Tho first fall at spring drosses. Fifteen good col suitable for sport coats. Special T druggist and ono of the most prom- Columbus, N. soldier toa Catholic, M., was F. R. POOLEY give you the best and most 75c lor $i.oo ana ors in this lot. Only $1.75 men of Jeffersonville, Thomas Butler, of Syracuse, N. Y. inent business CONTRACTING PAINTER Building l Room 1, for vour money. They died Tuesday night at the residence Tho first to fall at Vera Cruz was !' ! 415 Fourth Street of his brother, James B. Doherty, Private Haggerty, from 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. are beautifully made of Boston, 422 Meigs avenue, of a complication Mass. Both were the best fabricsobtainable trouEDW. A. AXMAN of Bright's disease and heart HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY pleasingly styled and He was a member of St. ble. MORGANFIELD. carefully tailored; with Augustine's church and was well Deliked by all who knew him. Knickerbocker knee pants Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Social Interest this week in e years old and ceased was long pants. They are or centered in the wedding of unmarried, his brother being the Miss Martha Bowers and Peter positively the best that only surviving relative. Thomas, which was solemnized with recan be made at their mass Monday AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Friends and relatives were deeply a nuptial St.high spective prices. $4.00 and church. grieved to learn of tho death of morning atgroomAnn's widely Both upwards. are related Sirs. Estelle Carter Parsons, beloved bride and on and vory popular In that section. wife of Charles H. Parsons, POPUI-ATuesday afternoon at her home, THREE OF A KIND. 1348 South Preston street, death by acute nephritis. being caused BOTH PHONES 810. Boyd and Edmund Chester, sons UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jcffcrsan Street Mrs. Parsons was a young woman of exemplary character, a devoted of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Chester, of South First street, and members mother, loving wife and loyal friend, Third and Market. First Regiment, were Introand to know her was to admire of the to a namesake at tho Armory her. Besides her husband she leaves duced if Ave children, all girls, for whom this week, another Chester being there Is felt most heartfelt sym- added to the list of recruits, the pathy. The funeral was held Thurs- newcomer being John Chester, and PARISH riONIO. day morning from St. Philip Nerl stated that he had served in the church, Rev. Father Ackermann trenches in the European war. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOilE PHONE 88 St. Louis Bertrand's church will celebrating the mass and pronouncgive a parish picnic at Fern Grove ing a feeling eulogy. HEROINE MOLLY PITCHER. on Monday, July 10, and the comA monument was unveiled in the mittee in charge hope to not only wife of Mrs. Johanna Brown, have a full attendance of the parish John E. Brown, a retired grocer, little old graveyard at Carlisle, Pa., families on that occasion, but are died Sunday evening from a stroke on Wednesday in memory of Molly extending an invitation to all for- of paralysis at the home of her Pitcher, whose heroic deed at the mer members of the parish to be daughter, Mrs. Thomas J. McDon-oug- battle of Monmouth 138 years ago present on that date and make the 801 Cecil avenue. Mr. and this day gave her a place in Amerireunion complete. Tho picnic prom- Mrs. Brown were pioneer residents can history. The memorial is an ises to bo one big family affair and of the Dominican parish and for- heroic statue of a woman, and was JMCedLxx NONE BETTER NONE PURER the Committee of Arrangements pro- merly resided at 1001 Durhesnil erected over her grave by tho State Brumbaugh and to MVmHmHMWtWHUWHHUVwmWWWUHHHVH pose )iassee that everyone, youngbase- street. She Is survived by her of Pennsylvania. Gov. address. an enjoyable time. A old, husband and three daughters, Mrs. delivered the principal ball 'game between the Be.rtrand T. J. McDonough, Mrs. J. B. CarILVD MERRY DAY. I"P'M"Wi''M"I"?'IW"I"iI"I"I''rf''IllI'iyT ball team and the Knights of Colum- lisle and Miss Nora R. Brown,- - the tiiH 4"I' 5"I"I"I"I"Il1I"I"I bus team will be the feature, Man- latter being private secretary to agers Ray Haragan and Tom Clines Gov. Willson duringt his adminisThursday the Juvenllo Court promising to have their strongest tration. The funeral took place Committee of the Queen's DaughCALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, lineups. Collins orchestra will fur- from Holy Cross church Wednesday ters and Mrs. John Thomas gave t y Boats will leave morning at 9 o'clock, requiem mass an picnic for over a hunnish the music. foot of First at 9 and 1:30 o'clock, being offered for the repose of Tier dred girls of the preservation class returning at 6 and 8. of tho Good Shepherd Convent on soul by Rev. Father Brey. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ' IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Bank street. The children were RELIGIOUS PROFESSION. John B. Growellng, an aged and taken in large automobile vans to of respected resident this city, Big Rock in Cherokee Park, where Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock passed away peacefully Sunday they spent a merry day. A delicious six young men of the Passlonlst or- afternoon at his home, 717 Lamp-to- n lunch was provided and many der will be admitted to their restreet. Ho was a native of friends enjoyed the day with them. asoocH DPECOJVBJSS. ligious profession at the Sacred Germany, but came to this city SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Heart Retreat on tho Nowborg road, when a youth. For years he had COLONELS VS. HOOSIERS. Homo City 2008 Cumb. Main 2998-- a this tilty. The very reverend rector, .......... . . member the vwv vvvTvvi'yTvv'y "r,TT,nrr "rrt 4 t a v it r w Father Cletus Rrady, assisted by been a of America, of Branch Catholic Our bitter rivals and pennant V Knights No. G; the master of novices, Rev. Denis St. Joseph's Orphans' Society and bontenders, the Indianapolis club, INCORPORATED Callogee, and the vico master, Rev. St. Boniface Men's Society. Surviv- will begin a e series here LOUISVILLE, KY, David Feiland, will conduct the sol- ing him are his widow, Mrs. Mary this afternoon, and as these games, PHONE CITY8S9. A special sermon" Mettler Greweling; emn ceremony. GHARMIN our sons, tho coupled with the Minneapolis and appropriate to the occasion will be Rev. Father Raymond Greweling, Kansas City series which follow, are FRANK preached and the choir, with Miss O. S. B., of Corbln, Stephen Grewel- most Important In the struggle for JOHN B. AND SO VERY CHEAP Luella Nally at the organ and little ing, John L. Greweling and Joseph the pennant big crowds are sure to Miss Mary Waechter as soloist, will C. Greweling, MILES FOR be the rule. In this connection it all of render music befitting the impres- three daughters, Mrs. Louisville, and should be the duty of every d I JU 10U 50 CENTS J. R. Jarboe, Tho young men to sive ceremony. citizen, and especially tho vows are James Francis Miss Emma A. Greweling and Miss followers of baseball, to give tho take their On the Elegant Steamers Hosklns, Philpot, Ky.; John Thomas Mary C. Greweling, also of Louis- Louisville club and Owner Wafhen McEtrick, Columbus, Ohio; Michael ville. The funeral was held Tues- hearty support during tho home SBfiHSll tKHwTHMI 4 City of Louisville Boniface stay. The Joseph O'Rourke, Chicago, 111.; day morning from St. owner has Father Greweling spent money Louisville In endeavorOhio; church, Rev. Charles Coyne, Cleveland, liberally celebrating solemn requiem high ing to give Louisville a pennant 512 CLAY STREET. City 508, 510 Peter Banahan, Providence, R. I., and Charles Judd, 'Minneapolis, mass, assisted by a number of winner, which would be a splendid TELEPHONE 209 One of tho abovo steamers leaves LOUISVHiliEJ. XT. brother priests. Minn. The ceremony of tho profesadvertisement for the old town, and tho Wharfboat, foot of Third street, sion will take place in the chapel the present home stay is tho best every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes of the Retreat and the public Is inINTKNTION FOR JULY. opportunity for the Louisville public up the miles about seventy-liv- e A Case ofgGood Judgment. Order a Case of vited to attend. to show their appreciation. Tho beautiful Ohio, where she meets The general intention for July, bad weather of the opening season, the return boat, arriving home recommended by the Holy Father, tho poorly arranged schedule, the FERRY'S BIG FOURTH. Fifth about 7 p. m. An 'augmented bill augmented Is the healing of tho evils of the small crowds at St. Paul and Milby the presence of the Elks' Trio ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c war. If every man In Europe were waukee and tho injury to Daniels any have been enough to HATS AT will be presented In the theater at obedient to the Ten Commandments, owner or club, and dishearten ,' THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 tho Louisville Fontaine Ferry Park for the Fourth if he loved God with all his heart of July week, commencing with tho and his neighbor for God's sake, public should follow tho example Peerless Common Pale Lager Extra matinee tomorrow afternoon. Tho such wars could never havo oc- of the Board of Trade and rally to Elks' Trio are none other than curred. They are begotten of hatred tho support of tho Colonels and Amanda Norton Grey, Bijly Green and jealousy and lying. Undoubt- owner. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, The three are edly the greatest evil of the war is and Fred Wells. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. FINEST IN CHICAGO. well known in this the city of their 'the destruction of so many hunTho Rev. Thomas F. O'Gara is PHONES birth, and their vocal attainments dred thousand young men, cut off Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Vest 69. Yet we the pastor of Corpus Chrlstl church, have given them a big name since In, the flower of youth. street and Grand, bouletheir advent In vaudeville, Head- have reason to hope that for many Forty-nint- h Home Phone 1913 lining the bill in tho theater will of them death upon the battlefield vard, Chicago, which was dedicated Cumb. Phone West 191 be Howard and Fields with their has meant the passage to eternal on Sunday by Archbishop G. W. THE parlor car minstrels. "What Hap- life with God. They have fulfilled Mundeleln. Father O'Gara has been pened to Ruth," a satire in one the purpose of their creation. Tho pastor of the' church since 1905. act, will be found diverting, and evils that have befallen those who The church property, including the All the Uto tad maw Stylos and Shapti "Hello George" Bissett and Scott survive, the sickness and mutilation priest's house and tho parochial cab ka found tira at reasonable prlew. will offer a dance review which of so many men, the sad lot of school, cost $500,000. It Is perhaps gives promise of resulting In some- widows and orphans, the families the finest and most expensive CathtHCOaPOBATED counting will lr your fcoy aa ftotioa that will thing but of the ordinary. A bal- impo.veriished and ruined closer find olic church in Chicago, not of pnpu tkun for lile. ad the Cathedral. It is built white loon matinee will be given children their healing only In a every Saturday, The ST..XAVIER,S COLLEGE ing the matinee every child attend- herence to God and an acceptance. Bedford stone. priests' buildingsonform the house performance to be of poverty and suffering in union a square, the Reof 112 W. JatorQl. Ky. south, the. parochial school on the .RPI investigate Our New Free ConductedSreftdwar, XaverUa Bretfeank presented with a durable toy' bal- with' the sorrowaour our Divine pray west, the church oh the north, and by the duty to loon. Th Elks' Trio in addition to deemer. It is Delivery Service. aa BoleaUSo Ctaaaie!, Bu1bm per- fervently that men may recognlia a covered cloister connecting the 1U at ali leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, streagth Preparatory Dertmnrr Jjugm singing in th theater atonevery SAB OOR ADS IN THE TIMB8, OourM. the band the true source of comfort and of Driest' house and the ihurch on twlmnlnr PaoL Wall KaulD4 fl i mm formance will be heard QRUBER & DEUSBR, Managers, Louisville, Ky, healing. iUBKALU m rum.. . Jmmjl Mr, gtand at 11 p, m. .each evening. J the eat. Mam. Tmm Thos. II. Kennedy Y Louis D. Coady Homo 1671. Don't Blame 00. Cumb. South tho Cook If Coffee Is Not Good 140-- A. J TRY LUBBERS t soft-finis- L. well-know- n Boys' Confirmation Suits the h. Colored Dress Materials For Summer 44-lnc51-inAll-wool 51-lnAll-wo- i t i 21-- J. 12-in- All-wo- ol ol Courier-Journa- Irish-America- i'GRAN W. SMITH'S Funeral Director S0N1 Mor-ganfle- ld fifty-fiv- Hennessy R Axman and Embalmeri STREET! LEVY'S PRICE TAILORS fmtwtitwa4t4tiiMitt J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS S22 Bast 809 WEST JEFFERSON DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT h, Street. - - & McELLIOH all-da- Funeral Directors and Embalmers yir'f"iiVrf wr 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEEF ..........'....? five-gam- SIMPLY Efl JOHN F. OERTEL CO. u GERMAN BANK fen public-spirite- Clay Street Brewery and of Cincinnati and Market Sts. FALL CITY BEER ' !' I 1 Prompt "Delivery Service?" A L BEER Sure. WALTERS' KS iffllMO WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. M4t. W-, M 0 . NiVU ' Stf lVVI .KBrcTrcroKY ibsishc TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help ambricak. n, TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Tho results In the Twin City League Sunday left a standing which promises to furnish plenty of future excitement. Tho K. of C. and Champs aro tied for first honors, tho Mackln and Olympics for next and Imperials and Bertrands for tho next. Little Tim O'Lough-Hfor the Olympics, beat the K. of C. with a triple In tho eleventh with three on and two out. The Champs had a hard time winning I send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's 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. World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr. Club .or Position whom I consider the most popular member of the v Twin City League. Following Is tho roster of tho League, each of whom is entitled to enter tho Kentucky Irish American's World's series contest, tho nrst coupon for which aDDears in this Issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, ' Imperials beat Mac kin 9 to 7, but the winners could do nothing with Morris, who went into the box in the fourth Inning and struck out ten men. Bertrands game from tho won a Orioles, in which slugging was a feature, Jim "Busby" Hogan, of the Orioles, getting threo and a single, while McDonald, of the Bertrands, drove in runs three different times. Another upset Is due tomorrow as they meet as follows: Bertrands vs. Olympics, Imperials vs. Champs, Trinity vs. Mac-ki- n and Orioles vs K. of C. The standing to date: W. L. Pet. Clubs in tho eighth. ten-innitwo-bagge- rs - s rtory Faced by demands from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakcrrien that would impose on the country an additional burden in transportation costs of $100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by reference to an impartial Federal tribunal. With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads have no differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly by such a public body. Federal Inquiry or Railroad Strike? Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration "Our conference hive demonstrated that ne cannot harmonize our difference of opinion and that eventually the matters in controversy mutt be pasted upon by other and disinterested agencies. Therefore, ne propose that your proposals and the proposition of the railways be disposed of by one or the other of the following methods: 1, Preferably by submission to the Interstate Commerce Commission, the only tribunal which, by reason of its accumulated information bearing on railway conditions and to control of the revenue of therailways, is in a position to consider and protect the rights and equities ol all the interests affected, and to provide additional revenue necessary to meet the added cost of operation in case your proposals are found by the Commission to be just and reasonable; or, in the event the Interstate Commerce Commission cannot, under existing laws, act in the premises. that we jointly request Congress to take such action as may be necessary to enable the Commission to consider and promptly dispose of the questions involved; or 2. By arbitration in accordance with the provisions of the Federal law" (The Newlands Act). . The formal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement of the controversy is as follows: K of C TwinCUy Baseball Haag, Bosler, Aulbach, Murphy, Eschmnn, R. Pontrich, E. Harrigan, Elpere. Ohlio, Renn, Weber, Con- ners, F. Stelr, Voor, Kraemer, Ed- elen, Chonoweth, McDermott. G. Sieger. Orlolos Kuebert, Wober, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E. Pfafllnger, Seeder. Koehler. Loonier, Baumgarten. McCabe, Wiedmolr Wlllinghurst, Schmootser. Roller. sM,ntf t wntrnn. Tomhorlov. fihes-.Chest- tor, Killoran. . warren, uauy, u. iucuct, " Hafner, Conley, Schene, Schecklor, Cronan, Atwell, Larkln, McDonough. Bertrands R. Haragon, L aragon, Finn, Westerman, "'gems, Burke. J. Murphy, Clifford, Hines, Russ, House, Meagher. Car- ney. Fitzgerald, Bloemor. C. Flynn. Olympics J. Murphy, Lovctt. Dal- ton, Fries. M. Logan, J. Deekon. Mclntyre. J. Scully, E. Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Flnne- - non, Cereal, Madden, Curley, Hamilton, meyer, Kencaly, mond, Joo Murphy, F. Weber, ennes. Maokin Council C. Eilers, Thorn- ton, Schleman, R. McGrath, Morris, Knights of Columbus B. Schulto, gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, Melcher. Prantz, Haltingly. Bohan- - phy, C. Voss, O. KHer. Bos- am- - J. Mur- - Trinity Council Shadburn, Ka,ser M00ro, BIuol, Bosler, Donnelly, Sprunk Sandman, D. r.unimlnirs. n. CiimmlnirR. Hntmnr. Dranagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammer- man, scnwmu, iNeumeyer. Trager, champs Hack, Gill Brownfleld, Ott, Liobor, N. Murphy, cleggf O'Brien. Curran, M. Hognn, Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapaille, Coloman ThomM Edward J. woire, Otis Logsdon, 0,prfir..rlt Frank E . Stetnbock Declines. Wells, Mulligan, Dan Lally. Sfar 'mSSk w CELEBRATE HIBERNIANS. What Thoy Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Division 3 will moot next Monday evening. Frank Byrne is recovering from bis recent injury. Division 2 of Syracuse is meeting with encouragement for its building. An athletic club has been or ganized by, the council .at Fond du ; W mm retail. The Fourth With Flags and Fireworks! This has been done every year since 1776 and will no doubt continue as.Jone as there is a Fourth. Let the kiddies have fun with shooting crackers, sparklers, cap pistols, etc., all harmless, and let them enjoy the fireworks and balloons sent up by the grown folks. Lac, Wis. Assortments of fireworks at 50c, $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $5.00, $10.00 and up to $100.00 Flats of all kinds, balloons, lanterns, etc., wholesale and mLA'P. l)(dut6-- 220 M ld ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-o- German Insurance BanK Under the His Clook Second and Market Stato Government SaporviaioB. , Irish Freedom relief fund. The Ancient Order was prominent In the Flag day exercises at Terre Haute. , There were 30,000 people at the Hifield day of the Philadelphia bernians. The meeting of Division 4 for July 10 has been postponed until the following date. The national convention meets in a time without parallel in all the history of mankind. The County Board held a short at its meeting business session Wednesday evening. Pittsburgh Hibernians have appropriated $3,000 to the St. Paul Orphan Asylum fund. The .Indiana State convention will be held at South Bend the last threo days In August. Ladles' Auxiliary 2 of Minneapolis Initiated twenty new members at an enjoyable meeting last week. Calumet Council, of Chicago, suffered damage of $15,000 in the fire that took place in its building. One of the striking features of tho Milwaukee Memorial day parade was the division the Hibernians oc- given the glad hand by all at the meeting of Division 1. Division 6 of Indianapolis has contributed $50 to the Friends of The veteran Thomas Shelly was Burns, Scorer. J. Scully, Olympics Kitloran, Orioles B. Schulte. K. of C Harrlgan, imperials Kenealey, K. of C Lally, Mackin Burke, Bertrands."1. Ciresl, K. of C. ...'. Bud O'Brien, Champs R. Pontrich, Imperials Higglns, BertrandB Murphy, Olympics1 Voor, Imperials.... Morris, Mackln Hogan, Champs ..,. Steinbock, Scorer.,i II 0 Trinity The Twin City League showed its patriotic spirit by leading the movement to postpone the amateur ball games of July 15 and 16 and urging their patrons to attend and show their appreciation of the Colonels and the enterprise of Owner Wathen on those dates. Through Its slogan of "clean ball" the Twin City has blazed the way for amateur ball in this city and tho large crowds on Sunday testify to its strength. With its following and support the Twin City represents 80 per cent, of the strength of the local federation of amateurs, but at the same time from the highest officials down to the substitute players the Twin City wishes to go on record as' boosters for Owner Wathen and the will be ever ready at Colonels and with him in all times to local baseball affairs. Votes by subscriptions, new and old, are coming In pretty fast in tho World's Series Popularity Contest of the Twin City League and the friends of Ray Haragan, Bertrand's popular twirler, are seeing to it that he sets the pace. Supporters of some of the other candidates are casting votes steadily, however, and claim they want to keep in striking distance of the leaders until the finish, while It is rumored that several dark horses are being groomed and a combination mado between two players, one from the East and the other from the West End of the city. The closeness of the race in the big leagues and with the certainty that tho winners will be the most evenly matched in the history of the world series makes it attractive for every lover of baseball, and a trip to that series with all expenses paid and RESERVED is a prize SEATS GUARANTEED worth trying for. Votes by subscription, exclusive of clipped single ballots, to dato: M 190 Rav Haracan. Bertrands -- Champs Mackln Olympics Bertrands Imperials Orioles '9 6 6 9 2 2 5 5 5 5 4 f 7 6 .818 .818 .545 .545 .455 .455 .364 .000 ' Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote e Leaders of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference held in New refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration June York, or Federal review, and the employes are now voting on the question whether authority shall be given these leaders to. declare a nation-widstrike. The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads as the public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons: . No other body with such an intimate knowi-dg- e of railroad conditions has such an unquestioned position in the public confidence. The rates the railroads may charge the public for transportation are now largely fixed by this Govern- ment board. Out of every dollar received by the railroads from is paid directly to the em the public nearly one-half ployes as wages; and thebtoney to pay increased wages can come from no other source than the rates paid by the public. The Interstate Commerce Commission, with its control over rates, is in a position to make a complete investigation and render such decision as would protect the interests of the railroad employes, the owners of the railroads, and the public. ... r. A Question For the Public to Decide The railroads feel that they, have no right to grant a wage preferment of $100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only one-fift- h of all the employes, without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that shall determine the merits of the case after a review of all the facts. The single issue before the country is whether this controversy is to be settled by an impartial Government inquiry or by industrial warfare. National Conference Committee of the Railways ELISHA LEE, Chairman F. R. ALIJRIGHT. Gtn'lMintur Alltniic Com Lior Kiilroid. L W. BALDWIN. Gim'l Slan.fr. Central of Georgia Railway. New York. New Haven ft Hartford Railroad B. II. COAPM AN. yiffmlJtml. Southern Railway. S E.COTTHH. Gtn'l AUntttr. Wabash Railway. P. E. CROWLI'Y.tiir. New York Central Railway C. L. BAIIDO, G. II. BMERSON. Great Northern Railway. C. II. KWING. Gn'l M.miir. Philadelphia A Rcadia Railway. C. W.GH1CE. Cm'ISnH. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway. A. S. GRBIG. Ant. It Rxtlvn. St. LouiiASan Francisco Railroad. C. W. KOUN5. GfUMiwr. Alchieon.TopekeA Saata Pi Railway. tl.W MeM ASTER. Gtm'l Mtn.ur, Whcclini ft Lake Erit Railroad. G'lMnr. Tr,... Norfolk A Western Railway. JAMES RUSSBLL, C.V.Wa.ajw. - a Denver ft Rio Grande Railroad. A. M. SCHOYBR. Iiitfnl VUi-rr$Pennsylvania Lines Wail. W. L. SBDDON, Viu-frn- ., Seaboard Air Line Hallway. A. J. STON B. Erie Railroad B Cm'l Utr. O. S. WAID, Vlc-P- m. Snoact Central Lines. N. O. MAHBB. nl.- INHITS OF WMBi. 50c Now For the Palm Beach Suits 50c Thornton, Mackln Coleman, Champs.'. . cupied. AUTOMOBILE FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. HIMMHHmHHt ttM t !P. ; ; I . at itk. Miiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiii)iiiniiniiiiinnHiT WOItXS-iatliaaBreok. National President McLaughlin NOHAITY ARRESTED. makes a strong appeal for the ROGER widows and orphans of the Irish soldiery. The West End was thrown into quite a panic lastSaturday evening At the recent initiation at new mem- when it was learned that Roger N. Y., twenty-on- e bers were added to the ranks of Nohalty, the well known Democratic leader in that district, had boon Division 2. tho police of At Boston will be unveiled the taken into custody by A delegation district. curtain that now enshrouds the po- the Fourth Cpuncilman Tom Dolan tent power of Irish public opinion headed by and Harry Leachman went to tho in America. after quite a Both President Mark Ryan and station house and with Capt. Ed lengthy argument the members woro highly pleased Pulford as td allowing Mr. Nohalty with the proceedings at the meeting out on ball, purine which discussion of Division 1. the prisoner "was getting his Irish Slowly but surely former active up more and more as It developed Hibernians are drifting back into that he had never learned why he active participation in the work of had been arrested. Finally ho was their divisions. released and led by tho delegation The membership contest of Divis- back to Iiis own domicile, where a ion 2 of Syracuso is attracting in- fish lunch and Dutch supper had terest, the prizes being $50 in gold been arranged in his honor, and the :EL and a gold watch. first one to greet him was tho smilAll the councils in Northern ing Capt. Pulford,- who had beat him BECOMING ENTHUSED. Michigan were represented at the home. initiation of a large class last SunWarm weather did not deter day at Escanaba. SACRED HEART SCHOOL. members of Division 1, A. O. H., Denver Hibernians will celebrate The Sacred Heart Graded and from holding a pleasant and spirtho Fourth at Tolland. They will have field sports, mountain climbing, Commerical School, Seventeenth and ited meeting on Thursday of last Broadway, one of the best in the week, tho officers being encouraged ' snowballing and trout fishing. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. most suc- by the presence of many of the old Deery, of Indian- Stato, finished another Judge James E. cessful year .with tho end of last guard. The joy of tho evening was FREE SERVICE. apolis, State President, and Mrs. by the report of the Visitthe John Arthur, will head a big dele- week. andDispensing with for a extra enhanced coming Committee that they bad none work necessary tlnie gation to the national convention. mencement, pupils on the sick list, and also tho inMeaney and Dave to work up thus enabling the Lawrence against the crease in the treasury, 1101-0- 3 Burke, of Division 4, have gone to school clpsedto the last minute,serv- which there were no claims. (PresiEAST BROAnWAT. simple Akron, Ohio, to accept employment ices, immediatelywith after tho high dent Mark Ryan announced that with the Goodrich Tire Company. 1 1 1 1 1 18 I Legisby mass Sunday morning, when the MM I The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., Rev. Father Walsh, the pastor, dis- the bills enacted to the last Inlature P. 8ANK8M, JR., LAWSEHCE J. VEEKHAN. hold a public meeting Sunday night tributed the diplomas, medals and surance pertaining affectfraternal did not the Ancient Hm TtK. TriK. to raise funds for the sufferers In certificate. SttnUrf. was Order. For the church The the the recent uprising In Ireland. thronged with friends of the pupils, short addresses good of made order by were George Thompson presided who were irapreeed with the serFather Shelley, Martin Gavin, and Archbishop Christie was one of mon and words of Father Walsh, Thomas Cleary, William Cushing, Thomas the speakers. whose Interest In the welfare of the' Keenan, Councilman Tom Dolan'a tardy school and children has been un- Edward Clancy, Thomas Daniel McCarthy and others. The appearance deprived the members ceasing. Sewer aai Calvert Pipe, division will not meet again until of Division 1 of some of his the fourth Thursday of this month. Baaaea's Pateat Liiiti ?ip fer Steat Csaaaits, and mother wit. His InterJMPROVINQ. CONDITION est in the welfare of the order Wall CeBiarf, Dpaia Tile, Titrilta Brkk, Berresheim, EXCURSION. Father The Rev. popular makes him exceedingly Fir rrfteaas;, Flat LlalBg, Fire BricK pastor of Holy Trinity church, East with all Hibernians. Grate aaa Beiler Tile, Craaai Fire Clay, Cklaaer TejM. The Catholic Knlgths of the city anniversary Kentucky street, who,, has been HI Upon the twenty-fift-h 44 of Philadelphia at St. Anthony's . Hospital for the are busy making preparations for .of Division OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON , James McErlane,. who has been paet two week, is Improving their big excursion to Jasper and President durine all the years of i slowly but eureir, Yenterday was Ferdinand. Ind., on Sunday, July HOfME PHONES CITY 573-17MAIN 807. CUMB. Us existence, was presented with a hie feast day, ad the people of 30. It will be under the auspices Trinity ware keenly dlsap if tno Central Committee, which e portrait of himeelf, Magnolia Ave,, Bfv9tk aaa X Congressman Michael Donohee mak- - isolated over htt'lnablllty to eele- - has met with unfailing aueceee for J many years. 'brute itwith tkwi. las tii' addrea.. Sheehan, Champs'?. Bosler, Trinity.....1. J. Murphy, Bertrands Flynn, Bertrands Donnelly, Trlnlty-- i Dalt'on, Olympics" Mattlngly, K. of C Eschman, Imperials Chester, Orioles..'?. , Cronen, Mackln Ohligschlager, Trinity 40 30 30 30 20 40 20 20 40 20 30 30 30 10 30 20 20 40 10 10 20 10 10 20 20 10 30 10 10 10 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and CLEANING AND DYEING CO. Colorado has fifteen councils and a membership of 2,250. The council at Creighton, Neb., has now 310 members. About 400 Knights marched in the Omaha preparedness parade. Initiations were held Sunday at Hartlngton, Albion and Gregory, S. INCORPORATED. 426 S. Fifth St. BOTH FHONES-2- 635. Louisville, Ky. Our workmanship is positively tlio bcit in tlie city, and Imclacd. up by a liouso of long standing and financially responsible. Our servico not equaled. D. BE SURE TO CALL FOR Yon-ker- s, McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE.' McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. The Colorado State Council felicitated Bishop Matz upon his return to Denver. service. We are as Give us a trial for first-claBishop Mlege Council at Kansas close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and City, Kas has just received forty night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable . into the order. chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. Tho. report of tho State Deputy shows the order to bo In a flourishing condition in Colorado. New York Knights aro considering the establishment of a tuberSEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. culosis camp in tho Adlrondacks. Generous responses aro being re- Bofk Phones 2300. ceived by the Supremo officers to tho appeal sent out for tho Holy Father. The Knights of Butte, Mont., have begun the erection of a new Thoy are showing club house. great progress over tho State. m Tho bannsr of the order has That you spent for something yon did not NEED would have started a planted in the extreme north been western corner of Kansas, new SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bak; to bear intereit COMPOUNDED councils having just been insti twice a year; There MAY C014K a Ume when your "LAST DOLLAR" tuted at Oberlln and Herndon. muit be spent for somethiag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the Knights of Greeley, Neb., are putting up a magnificent memorial dollars yon aro wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever comfag. hall to honor tho memory of Bishop O'Connor, who was instrumental in the building up of Greeley county. Catholics were proud of the showing made by the Knights and other societies in tho Flag day pageant under the auspices of the Elks. 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