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Irishmen to appeal to In the last resort, a charter that even the very statutes of England can not deprive ine of, a charter that Englishmen themselves nssert ns a fundamental bond pt law that connects the two kingdoms." Referring to the phrase of tho Indictment that he set an evil example to others, Sir Roger said: "To Englishmen I set no evil exno appeal to ample, for I made them. I asked Irishmen to fight for their rights. Place mo before a Jury of my own countrymen, be it Protestant or Catholic, Unionist or Nationalist, Sinn Fein or Orange, and I shall accept tho verdict and bow to the statute and all its penalties. It is not I who am afraid of tho verdict of such a jury; it is the Crown. If this bo not so, why fear tho test; I fear it not; I demand it ns my right. It was not I who landed in England, but the Crown that dragged mo here, away from my own country, to which I had returned with a price upon my head, away from my own countrymen, whose loyalty is not in doubt, and safe from tho judgment of my peerp, whoso Judgment I do not shrink from. That is the condemnation of English rule In Ireland, of English made law, that it daro not rest on the will of the Irish people, but exists in defiance of their will; that It is a rule derived, not from right, but from conquest. Conquest gives no title; it can exert no empire dver man's reason and judgment and affections. It is from this law of conquest, without title to the reason, judgment and affections of my own countrymen, that I appeal." Having finished this statement, the prisoner said: "This much I penned in my prison fifteen days ago." Ho then continued, declaring that tho Nationalist volunteers founded in Dublin in November, 1913, had no quarrel with tho Ulster volun-ter- s born a year earlier, only with, the men who sought "to pervert to English party use, to the mean purposes of their own bid for place and power tho armed activities of the simple Irishmen. We aimed at winning tho Ulster volunteers," he went on, "to tho cause of a United Ireland. It was not tho Irish volun-ter- s who broko tho law, but a British party government, who had permitted tho Ulster volunteers to bo arnied by Englishmen, to threaten not only an English party in its hold on office but to threaten that party through tho lives and blood of Irishmen. Tho battle was to be fought In Ireland, that tho political outs of today should bo tho ins of tomorrow. In Great Britain a law designed for tho benefit of Ireland was to be met, not on tho floor of Parliament, where the fight had been won, but on the fleldi with Irishmen slaying each other for English party gain. And the British navy would'bechartored'htraBsports bringing to our shores a numerous assemblage of military and experts In the congenial and profitable business of holding abroad. down subject populations That party was preaching a doctrine of hatred, designed to bring civil war in Ireland, while the party in power took no steps to restrain Its propaganda, which was finding advocates in the army, tho navy, the Privy Council, In Parliament and State and Church." El Nomo Wiikoe w Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916. fants. Various schemes have been suggested ror tno army 01 tne unemployed, a which is becoming menace to the peace and welfaro of PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRISH KNIGHT Found Guilty High Treason Itccelvcs Dcnth Sentence oil DEMOCRATS' Inic I 'he Irish capital, but the Government seems to have no definite plan and tho City Corporation is too poor to provide new approprla- - i Chances For Success liclng tions. jured by Tactics of Dcm-cratIrish PrcBS News Service. executions, The wholesale Heroically. Press. ar-- 1 Attacks Verdict in Statement Containing; Many Striking Sentences. Prouder to Stand in Traitor's Dock Than Fill Place of . Accusers. ONLY rests, sentences and deportations of the past few weeks havo had no terrors for five Dublin boys, who Policy cot possession of a British Union Driving Substantial Support Jack, tho property of T. Gardner, a of Clarendon street, and made Out of Party. bonfire of It. In the Police Court the boys, whoBO names are William Fox, Leo Croke, William Smjthe, Peter Fearson and James P. Miller, Campaign Chairman CantrilFs were tried for tho destruction of Appeal Indicates Close Race the British flag. The four last who were Identified as named, in Kentucky. having destroyed tho Union Jack, were sent to a reformatory and tho first named boy was remanded. While the Irish Volunteers' organization is under the ban of the British Government, the Ulster or Carson Volunteers, who defied the Government a couple of years ago i and threatened to revolt If homo ARMY. AMERICAN AVIATORS WITH FRE.NCH rule was put into operation, are On the busy collecting funds, probably for Norman Prince, second from left, one of tho expert Anierican fliers with the French army. right Is Lieut. William Thaw, another member ofl the American flying squadron whose work with purchase of more arms and ammuthe French army has won them recognition for bravery. nition. On June 27 the Carsonites' fund had reached $85,000. will go to Indianapolis, but no anBARBECUE AND PICNIC. nouncement has yet JJeen made of his new assignment. He will be The people of St. Paul's church, Hucwvuuu J mi; iter, r uiugi iuuJackson and Kentucky, aro making Shane, who has been serving at St, great preparations for their grand Bernard's church, Bramble, in barbecue and picnic, to take placo Father MlcShane has American Federation of Catholic traveled much, especially In the Cabinet Postpones Settlement of at Woodland Park, on Preston, near Kentucky, on Tuesday, July 25, the Holy Land and the Far East. Irish Question For More Societies Fifteen Years proceeds of which will bo for tho benefit of tho now homo for the Discussion. Old. Sisters in St. Paul's school. It is hardly necessary to say a word about this affair. Those who have fr attended tho Gen. Maxwell Announces That aro certain tocelebrations heretofore Passage of Time Has Dissipated go again, and thoso who havo never taken part havo Misgivings That Caused Fifteen Itebel Leaders Have missed a most delightful method of Escaped. "Worry. Are Always and Eternally Push A programmo which enjoyment. will prove attractive to all visitors, ing Forward Tlicjr Peculiar variety being a prime feature, has Ideas. been prepared. There will be good People of Dublin Suffcrin From music, lotto and euchre, an exHas Made Its Policies Respected cellent dinner and supper and some the Lack of Proper and Aided Struggling surprises. By all means go out to Food. Woodland Park on July 25. You Toller. Their hVork of Converting and aro will be heartily welcome Still Continues bound to enjoy yourself. ( . WORKED FOR IRELAND trMi Press News Service. SHERIFF CRONAN FOR MAYOR Viscount Reading, Lord Chief Justice of England, with the black called a cap cloth by tradition spread over his head, and his two associates in scarlet gowns, likepronounced the wise sentence of death for high treason on Sir Roger Casement half an hour after the foreman of the jury, in a shaking voice, gave the verdict of guilty. Sir Roger addressed the court, reading the final statement with the explanation that he wished It might reach a much larger audience than the ono before him, and particularly the people of America, from whom had come many messages of sympathy to him and whoso own struggle for liberty, he said, always had been an inspiration to Sir Roger's auditors, Irishmen. among whom were Viscount Bryco and many other prominent men and women, listened in deepest silence, some moved to tears. The prisoner declared ho did not regard the trial by Englishmen in an English court as a trial by his peers, to which he was entitled. He reviewed recent events in Ireland from tho beginning of tho formation of the Ulster Volunteers, and said: "Wo have seen the constitutional army refuse to obey the constitutional government and wo were told the first duty of Irishmen was to enter that army. If small nations were to be the first consideration I saw no reason why Ireland should shed any blood for any people but her own. If that be treason I am not ashamed to avow it here. If the Unionists chose the road they thought would lead to tho good side, I knew my road led to the dark black-capped, slde.Bothhpfe,usprpved-1rlght- . I am "prouder to stand here, in a traitor's dock, than to fill tho place is of my accusers. our right. It is no more a thing to be withheld from us or doled out to us than the right to life or light, to sunshine or spring flowers." Throwing aside his manuscript, Roger said: "My Lords, I have done. Gentlemen of tho jury, I wish to thank you for your verdict, I meant no reflection upon you when I said this was not a trial by my peers." Tho verdict was not a surprise. His counsel will take an Immediate anDeal to tho Criminal Court of Appeals, and then to tho House of Lords, if necessary, because they feel that the point or law involving a statute BOO years old, under which Sir Roger was tried, never has been legally tested. There were numerous striking sentences in Sir Roger's . So lr speech. "There is an objection, possibly not good in law, but surely good on moral grounds," ho said, "against the application to me here of this old English statute, 565 years old, that seks to deprive an Irishman today of his life and his honor, not for adhering to the King's enemies, but for adhering to his own people. When this statute was passed in 1351, what was the state of men's minds on the question of a far higher allegiance, that of man to God and his kingdom? Tho law of that day did not permit him to forsake his church or deny his God save with his life. The heretic then had tho same doom ns tho traitor. Today a man may forswear God and his heavenly realm without fear or penalty, all earlier statutes having gone tho way of Nero's edicts but that against the Christians; constitutional phantom, tho King, can still dig up from the dungeon and torture chambers of tho dark ages a law that takes a man's life and limb for an exercise of his conscience. If true religion rests on love, it is equally true that loyalty rests on love. The law I am charged under has no parentage in love, and claims that allegiance of today on the ignorance and blindness of the past. I am being tried, in truth, not by my peers of the living present, but by tho fears of tho dead past; not by the civilization of the but by the twentieth century, not brutality of tho fourteenth; framed in tho even by a statute language of the land that tries me, but omitted in the; language of an enemy land, so antiquated Is the law that must be sought today to slay an Irishman whoso offense Is that he puts Ireland first. Loyalty is a sentiment, not a law. It rests The on love, not on restraint. government of Ireland by England rests on restraint, not on law, and since it demands no love it can evoke no loyalty. "This court, this jury, the public opinion of this country can not but be prejudiced la varying degrees against me, most of all in time of war. I did not land in England; I landed in Ireland. Jt was to Ireland I came, to Ireland I wanted to come, and the last place I desired to land was England. But for the Attorney General of England there Is no Ireland; there la only England; there is no Ireland", only the law of , England; no right of Ireland. Yet for me, the Irish outlaw, there la a land of Ireland, a right of --Ireland, a charter for all itorial and cartoon was serving to n drive the voter Into tho Republican camp. In his opening statement on Thursday Con- gressman J. C. Cantrill in reference to this question said in part: "The Republicans in Kentucky are in high glee because they expect the support of the voters of Gorman extraction. This is an open Insult to tho intelligence and patriotism of tho voters In Kentucky of German descent. I know many of these men and they are as patriotic as any class of our citizens, and I certainly expect the support of those who have been Democrats heretofore and of those who lovo the flag of the Stars and Stripes better than any other flag. I certainly would not Insult tho patriot-Isof the voters of German descent by even conceding that any proportion of them in Kentucky expected to vote the Republican ticket this fall." Despite this appeal of Chairman press Cantrill the local continues to insult tho Democratic voter, the Louisville Times publishing a carUnabated. ton with Hughes, Roosovelt and tho SERVICES FOR SOLDIERS. OR PARTY WITHOUT POLITICS CARSONITES COLLECVING fiFUNDS Kaiser as bedfellows In tho samo urn Last Sunday, on the eve of their issue with the Campaign n Chairdeparture for Fort Thomas, a spe- man's appeal to the Njfot tlkeomo Catholics Should voter. Tho last campaign in cial service for the members of Discouraged in weir, Social ' Irish Press News Service, Company K, of Shelbyvlllo, was held this State was badly mismanaged of The American Federation of thoso in cabled, at the Church of. the Annunciation through the efforts JWRrorn London. ,it was Catholic Societies is now fifteen i'iiiuenvv xa t J Saturda')5ith"aT,lC would be '.'almost, a by FatterJohn HT Rlleywho made charge bargaining with a lot of years old. It came into being belabor, pleaders .and vfl awstlrring, patriotic . speech to, the,, cause,, the tlmewaBirlpoafoMU Misj bwwwhb"wlirgono Mexico" Father walklngidelegates,.okavejthji!!Hjc givlngs"therewere1InfhigTr'placea called "the settlement of the Irish Riley reminded tho militiamen that vote delivered to StameyTtflo Ken-- '' and low, but the passage of years tucky.Irfsh Americas has dissipated them. If it ceased SHOULD NOT THROW THEM ASIDE question. It is a matter which the United States is not waging a campaign pjanlTgeis In 'warning tho advance that to exist today it would have to be threatened to disrupt the Ministry, war of conquest or revenge, but was th's policy, as a mistaken recreated tdmorrow from the samo so it has been postponed with tho going into Mexican affairs in the is no understanding interest of peace and order. He there vote, such commodity as a sources and for the samo purposes. hope that a better labor and least of all can It But Federation is looking forward. The radical forces in this country may be reached all around before expressed his confidence that the great convention is ahead of It. havo one redeeming feature they the date set for another Ministerial people of tho community appreci- bo delivered by tho walking deleA gates who aro always ready to pubWhat will Its messago be? What never know when their propaganda discussion of the subject. Nobody ated tho sacrifice they were making lish their indorsement of such a would always respect will It accomplish? has fulfilled its purpose. They keep intimately acquainted with either and step they had taken. them for candidate at so much per. Now a Federation is a conglomerate of hammering eternally at tho Ideas English or Irish politics thlnk3 the warning word in this campaign. Tho various nationalities. .One of the which they believe will cure the Ills that even if the plan of Knownothlng attltudo of some of prime objects wa3 to create and of the world. is adopted, which proposes k and defeat tho Democratic press will drive tho foster fraternity among tho Ameri- affect them but little; they Just con- to make two countries of Ireland n vote Into Bolld can Catholics of variant national tinue crying out tho more. Of by cutting off from the authority support of tho Republican party. Progress has been course there aro a number whr of whatever kind of local governextraction. That none can be spared is evip made, and there will bo no in weaken and fall by the wayside, ment may be established there six statemont of denced by another flio endeavor to secure a higher but the ardor of the approximately remainder Ulster counties with Chairman Cantrill as follows: unity of nation-wid- e Catholic action, seems but slightly diminished there- a third of the Irish population, it "I feel that it is my duty to lay not by amalgamation of constituent by. Their woik of converting the will settle the Irish question. On some plain facts before the DemoThis unbelievers goes on unabated. elements, but by detho vehement the contrary crats of Kentucky. The votes as is true not only of organizations, New York Call of June nunciation of the proposed partition actually cast for the last twenty but also of their various works. 25,Inonthe public bodies tho second page, there apyears show that Kentucky is a very Autonomy in federations means as pears an ad whose headlines run as of Ireland by prelates, prominent and influential peoclose State politically. At tho outmuch to Federationists as the doc- follows: "The present tax system is and in the North as well as the ple set I wish to warn my Democratic trine of State rights in tho Federal the cause of idle land, idlo men, South. East and West of Ireland H psHlss r" brethren of overconfldence." Union. of low wages, high rents Tho Louisville Times and Cincinwill, If put Federation has entered many business. Tho single and lack the demonstrates that itthe matter into tax is of nati Enquirer published tho fact fields; national and international cure. Our public product, the value operation, leave this past week that Sheriff Charley unsettled problems havo come within its of the land, which is caused by Irish government more VMI K A fir 'Mc "SCP Cronan was being mentioned for scope. It has vindicated the Cath- population, shall bo takon by taxa- and unsatisfactory than ever. There Mayor, this being published in the is but a small Unionist or Orange olic educational system and at the tion for our public needs (policeKentucky Irish American over a majority in several of the Ulster same time protected the public school teachers, etc.. month ago with tho note appended Fermanagh, in system against some of men, firemen, your private product counties, and school etc.), leaving that in 1913 running for offico tho Tyrone and Derry City tho Naits "guardians." It has made its (salary or wages) for your pilvate first time he led the other first & tionalists are In a majority. Acrespected in needs policies heard and starters for city and county offices. many a legislature of the land, etc.)" (food, clothing, shelter, etc., cording to the census of 1911 there Another Indication of Mr. Cronan's and Protestants 598,220 were without political contamination; it political strength Is shown by com"Single Tax Is tho Cure," thus 597,654 Catholics In Ulster, and has voiced Catholic thought on runs the story; and the Manhattan parison with the vote of County many Protestants are homo rulers. somany phases of charitable and Attorney Scott Bullitt, whom tho Single Tax Club has paid for Us incial work; lent Its Influence to tho sertion. "Read Progress and Povwriter considers the strongest man struggling tollers of the land; with erty, by Henry George." it advises Irish Press News Service. In Louisville. Sheriff TJronan re news that comes From Dublin a heavy hand It has smitten tho at the conclusion of Its advertiseceived 25,191 votes in the city agents of immorality, and the press ment. Now Gen. Maxwell, commander of the proper against County Attorney it may bo well to know British forces, has announced that tlmo of the country has votes copies of Bullitt's 25,227, only thirty-si- x and again the convictions and feel that five million been glvon this book fifteen rebel leaders have escaped Two other probablo difference. GEN. KENRICHI OSHIMA. ings of the mass of Catholic men havo already are Informedto bythe arrest so far. Among these is Dr. Head, who candidates are a (so wo Recently appointed Commander-in-Chie- f has a good following and Is a and women who constitute so great world recent history of the "Single Patrick McCarten, of County Tyvery a part of the American commonGEN. A. A. BRUSILOFF. rone, who resided In Philadelphia. of the Japanese army. splendid campaigner, and J. G. Caldin the United Ho returned to irelanti several Tax Movement The Russian commander, director wealth. well, present Chairman of tho written by Arthur g of States," 101G); desplto this Nichols venrs ago and studied medicine in A convention Is a INTERCEDE FOR CASEMENT. great offensive and capturof tho Board of Works, whom it Is wide Shortly after the news of armies in the field. Tho exploits Young, Dublin. ing 176,000 Austrlans. rumored will be supported by his contingents are re distribution single tax has prac the revolt in Dublin reached tho of various Efforts to save the life of Sir close friend backer, Gen. W. B. nothing for hearsed; new measures are devised; tically Inaccomplished way; its prin- North of Ireland a large force of Roger Casement, sentenced to be Haldeman. and CARDINAL MAKES APPEAL. a legislative greater campaigns planned. Men itself Dr. hanged in England for his activity As wo go to press tho appointciples have been refuted time and police visited the residence of Cardinal Farley,. In a letter to are beginning to feel that there is again, notably in "The Fundamental McCarten's aged mother at Carrick-morin the recent Sinn Fern outnreaK ment of a sucessor to succeed Will a great philosophy in federation and Fallacy of Socialism," by Arthur by Sen- Holloy as Police Court Clerk had and not finding the doctor in Ireland, aro being made tho pastors in tho archdiocese of the sum of 26 ator Ollie M. James. Mrs. Agnes not been announced, tho names of New York, ordered that a collection they see emerging from the con- Preuss. And yet these people con- at home seized glomerate state one organic union, In tho house, Newman, of Philadelphia, sister of Dennis, which they found O'Connell, for tho Irish Relief Fund be taken paving way to Christian democ- tinue without abatement In their claiming it was "German money." the Irish revolutionist, called on ThomasNehan, Clay William Harry the up at every service next Sunday. Harry Hall and propaganda. racy in America. His letter read in part; Catholics and conservatives In For weeks the police havo searched the Kontuckian to solicit his aid T. Colgan having been mentioned. Responsibility comes with growth "The punishment which England and prestige; the future will de- general ought to take a cuo from the home of the mother of Dr. Mc- in attempting to obtain through Tho appointment to bo mado by meted out so mercilessly by executhis. Of course Prof. Carver has Carten overy evening, with tho ex- the State Department a commuta- Judge Boldrlck, of tho Police Court, than the tion, Imprisonment or deportation mand greater serviceachieved past; pointed out that there aro disadvan- pectation of finding him thero, but tion of tho death sentence imposed will only hold until tho November comresults must they havo been disappointed. After on her brother. Although ho ex- election and naturally his selection to hundreds, if not thousands, of mensurate with be and tages in this method of procedure fathers, husbands and sons, has ultimate ideals oftho proximate Fed- also. But there is a good lesson in concluding the search they draw a plained to Mrs. Newman his In- will have to be confirmed by the tho placo for tho ability to assure her that ho could City and County Democratic Combecome fallen with extreme severity and eration. Tho problem Catholic of training it "for us. We should not In our cordon around the purpose of seizing tho doctor should be the means of saving1 the life of mittee. discouraged diro misery on countless women and federation staffs, secretaries, or- so easily endeavors, ho return to see his mother, who is Sir Roger Casement, Senator James, children. Christian charity Imposes ganizers, lecturers, correspondents, altruistic and social IMPORTANT MEETING. who Is greatly Interested In tho on us all, irrespective of raco, but field workers, will loom up larger based as they aro on a correct not In good health. case, made good on Saturday his especially on those of Irish blood, than over before. Eventually fed- foundation. We should not throw At tho meeting of the local Cath, promise to take up the matter with tho urgent duty of extending timely eration will havo complete system, them aside so quickly, as wo are Irish Press News Service. Senator olic Federation, to bo held In During Hhe past week sentries tho State Department. and substantial relief to tho Inno- method, direction, and the striking prone to do. The radicals can teach hall next have been renocted at several Gov- James made strong appeals to the Knights of Columbus cent victims of Ireland's latest af- efficiency of a it lay organi- us something on this score. C. V. C. B. of ernment, municipal and public build President and to tho Secretary of Thursday ovening, delegates will be-fliction. Please read this, appeal zation throwing into the secular ' ings in Dublin, including the gates State In his attempt to oring anout eiectea to tne national convention and add such words as your zeal arena the wonderful poVer and re TWENTY-THREPASSED. of the City Hall, London and North either a new trial for Sir Roger which is to be held in New York and prudonco dictate. It Is hardly sources of the Catholic religion. It City, August The officers of western railroad premises, uritisn Casement or a stay of execution necessary to suggest that any refer, will mean much for America in the Thirty-nin-e the local federation urge every delecandidates presented and Irish steam packet buildings. ence, on this occasion, to the Irish plan of Divine redemption. themselves and of this, number Weetland Row railroad station and NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE. gate to try and be present at this question from a political viewpoint, important session. twenty-thre- e were successful In the several other places. would be unseemly and unwjse." GIVEN NEW CnARGB. examination for the vacancies In the W. J. Morlarlty, agent and repgraduate Irish Press News Service. UNDERWENT OPERATION. resentative of the National Supreme HAD GLORIOUS DAY. Rer. James J. Ryan, who has Knlahts of Columbus There are fully 12B.000 persons Board of the Knights of Columbus, been attending the Catholic parishes scholarships at the Catholic UniJohn Dacher, of 1125 Charles The Catholic Orphan Society had at Henryvllle, Charlsstown and versity of America. According to In Dublin in actual want, and not will be the guest of Louisville a glorious Fourth of July, the picnic Lexington, Ind., has been promoted States the candidates are divided less than 35,000 suffering from Couneil at Jts meeting next Wednes street, brother of Magistrate Frank and lack of proper food and nourish- day evening and the officers of the Dacher, Is steadily improving at St. for St. Vincent and St. Thomas by Bishop Chatard. Father Ryan, 8 follows: Illinois, Indiana Hospital, where last each; Now ment. Gaunt and emaciated fig- council request a good attendance Anthony's Asylums being a grand success. before taking holy orders, served in Mapsaciiusetts, three avnurglcal From noon till lata at night the the United States navy and trav- York, Pennsvlvanla and Wisconsin ures of men and women stalk the of the members, as Mr. Molarity's wek he underwent by Injuries opera-tal- k progress tion, necessitated to his on the activities and grounds were thronged with people, eled all over the world. He took wo each; Connecticut, District of streets at night and the children Hospital of. the order throughout the United right foot sustained In an accident deep interest in civic affairs, par- "nlumbia. Maine. Minnesota, Rhod of the tenements suffer. and when the returns are all in It prove interest-- 1 two years ago and which had given is expected that a" larger sum than ticularly in the building of rood Island. WBlnton, New Brunswick reports show an alarming increase states will doubtless .him much trouble. In the mortality rate arnongfis- - lag. roads in Clark county. He probably J and Nova Scotia, one each. that of last year will be realised. German-America- Attention was called in theso columns recently to the fact that the policy pursued by some of our Democratic papers was injurious to tho success of the Democratic party and that the daily insults by ed- GOOD WORK IRELAND - Martin-c- ounty. RADICALS m rs pro-Briti- sh Gorman-Americ- an German-America- -- &mtofflm ed wc Lloyd-Geor- Set-bac- German-America- let-u- LssssssssssssssssssMP" ''' Wl i or home-comin- 4A i O e, -- well-kn- E 20-2- 4. i Vv s. EVERY SATURDAY. o EZJ&NTXJOXCT? XiSMSHC ME36fcXO.AJ5, WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED tsmted to klsta Amerkars and Cadrellca OWclally Indorwd by Ancient Order o Hlfeeralans, Ycuag Men's In'titute and CataoUc Kalghts of America. (be Social Mi ,M1 AdvaweawtseBt IWI8H AMBHICAN JJWBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR KBNTUCKY PRINTING. CO., Incorporate M Btyqj-CUn rublletiere 5 Stewart Dy Goods Co INCORPORATED SINOLB COPY fUttM. JI-2I ilnXonncdwajfflllsIamesifc.Creery & Co. NewAbrfc BaUt.yl t Udreisstl CanoiBalcitloai LItIW PitMt to tbe K1NTUCCY IMSH AMBJUCAN, Wcit Qree St SXJ qj;AI(Pittf?)cOUNcTL MBR Lawn Swings $3.50 Swings, Lawn made of selected hurdwcod, free from knots or imperfections. LOUISVILLE, KY It. I. P. Irish American Tho Kentucky mourns tho death of Sister Aurea, Its true who for years had been May her heavenly reward friend. bo commensurate with the holy and. exemplary life she led hero on earth. CATHOLIC POSITION. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916. House furnishing Necessities For the Kitchen, Porch and Lawn $12.00 Hammocks $9.50, 1 J July 10 Picnic of St. Hose Reels 59c Bertrand's church at Fern Grove. Hardwood Folding Lawn Joseph B. Blandford and Miss 9 July Lawn feto and dinHardwood Hoso P. Dearlng were married d Mildred Henches, 3l2 feet long, painted" ner for Holy Cross church, Reels, with capacity last week in the parlor of the recand Broadway. knives. and varnished. for 100 feet of hose. tho July 25 Grand barbecue and tory of same Church of Our Lady.rt place At the time and picnic at Woodland Park for now Kelley Blandford and Miss Oil Stoves of St. Paul's home for Sisters $3.50 Irons $2.19 Garden Hoso Loulso Terry were married, tho Rev. church. New Perfection Oil After a J. J. Connlff officiating. Special Sale of Gen$4.75 July 25 Mackln Council picnic trip East Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooking J3toves, aro eral Electric and Hot and outing at Fern Grove. A special offering of Blandford will be at home at 1480 smokeless and odorJuly 26 Picnic of St. Ann's South First street, and Mr. and Point Electric Irons. 50 feet, guaranless, specially, priced church at Spring Bank Park. teed Garden Hose, Mrs. Halbert K. Blandford will be July 27 Picnic of St. Leo's at home at 2642 Portland avenue. Toasters at 98o with hoso reel and in this sale: GENEROUS AMERICA. church, Thornberry's Grove, aftercombination brass Westlnghouso Elecnoon and evening. $ 7.05 nozzle. Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Stickler, Oval shape Tennis We are so often called, says the tric Toasters, July 30 Exsurslon to Jasper, who were married in New Albany com8.05 .Catholic Advance, a nation of money Racquets, extra Ind., under auspices ot Catholic last week, are on a honeymoon trip 12.85 plete with cord. Cookers $15.00 unFifty-on- e grabbers, that it might not be In the East. Clark The bride was Miss divorces were granted Knights of America. strung 08c Duplex Durham August 17 Picnic of St. Aloyslus Lola Beatrice Jones, and Is a daughprofitable to take a look at the In tho Jefferson Circuit Court last Hot Plates 98o $21.00- Stoves $14.00 FIreless Cookers, Valley. ter of Mrs. Herman Gullltz. The other side of tho picture. After week. Hardwood Racquet This does not reflect any church, Peweo lined throughout with coremony took place at St. Mary's Gas Hot Gas two years we are able to declare credit upon Louisville society. Tho C838$CHCKXXtDaCBTCanX82C8XtC83aC87Q Jewel Stoves, pure aluminum. Havo Cases, which prevent church with a nuptial mass, Rev. Plates, with Improved oven and with three aluminum cookthat Americans havo done far divorce evil grows here and the The Father Selbertz officiating. warping 10c broiler attachment. burner. ing vessels. church was thronged with friends more than alj other neutrals of the wrecked homes aro found everyand of the happy young world combined In deeds of hu- where. When will tho State legiscouple and they were given a royal for the late for bettor conditions and abate philanthropy manity and send-of- f when departing on their victims of the European war. We this terrible evil? On their return they Miss Gertrude Egan, of Memphis, bridalgotour. housekeeping in New even prodi to have been generous and arrived Monday for a visit with will Albany. The hearing of tho appeal of Sir Miss Clara Mueller. gal in extending aid to the wretched s vaudeville sufferers among the civil population Roger Casement, who on Juno 29 Miss Mary and John A. DAJTCINO Miss Susie Hagan has been the Gruesser, Jr., Linton bo In those areas that have been de- was found guilty of high treason will morried at guest of aunt, Mrs." Charles J. St. Cecilia's church next Wednesday DAILY FREE BAND CONCERTS vastated. On the battlefield and In and sentenced to death for com- Coyle, at her New Haven. morning at 7 o'clock, Rev. Father military hospitals the American Red plicity in the Irish rebellion, has ADMISSION- TO PARK At Woodland ParR, Preston Street, Near Kentucky perMrs. E. J. O'Brien, Jr., has left Craney acting as cerebrant and Miss Afternoon Tree. Cross and other organizations sup- been fixed for July 17. After 0 P. M. 10c. forming the wedding ceremony. to join her mother, Mrs. John T. NOTE Coupon given with gato ticket by private contributions have ported Jennie Linton, cousin of the bride, good for admission to theater or Malone, at Bay View, Mich. INTO HEAVENLY REST. will serve as bridesmaid, and Mr. dance pavilion. . been conspicuous In the work of Joseph brother of the relief to the wounded. Money has Mrs. Ruth Mahoney visited at Broom, Gruesser, groomsman. The THE BIO SANITARY God has called Into will bo For the benefit of the Sisters' New Home of St. Paul's the Sister Aurea O'Brien, heavenly rest New Haven the past week, the guest been poured like water Into e G is the pretty and charm- S Mother SuR. C. Church. In case of rain postponed to the followenter- perior nf St Joseph's Infirmary, of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph treasuries of these noble ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John NOW OPEN prises. Linton, of 335 North Twenty-secon- d American men and women who had spent her life In religion ing day years had been and for forty-si- x street, and tho groom-to-bIs 'have devote! themselves in large the loyal and devoted friend of tho Miss Marcella Smith, of Bards- n son of Euchre and Lotto, afternoon and evening, at 2:30 and Mr. and Mrs. numbers as nurses and surgeons and sick and injured. By her death the town, is here to spend the summer ser, of 306 South Fifth, John Grues- ''As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' street. Mr. 8:30 o'clock. with her aunt. Sister Mary Rose, at Gruessor, Sr., is the well known In other useful capacities untiringly Sisters ot Charity, "the city and Oar Speci&l $3.00 Spray State, suffer a distinct loss. Sister Holy Rosary Academy. chofr singer and will sing tho bass Good Music. Dinner or Supper 25c. and unselfishly. Aurea was born in County Cork, part at the nuptial mass. The Oar Special $5.00 Wreath Never In the world's history can Mrs. Patrick Tracy, of Jefferson-vlllIreland, seventy years ago, coming happy young couplo will go to St. Is at Wood River, 111., to Louis from here on their be found anything to compare with to this country In her twentieth bridal tour F0R The largest values In Funewith her and then East to points of the record the American people have year. For a time she lived at spend Eeveral S.weeks interest. ral Flowers ever offered la A. Beech. SALE or EXCHANGE respect since Frankfort. Deciding to devote her daughter, Mrs. They will make their future home been making In this Louisville the religious she the war began. Not only have they life totho novitiate of state Sisters enMrs. B. H. Benson, wife of Coun- In Milwaukee, where Mr. Gruesser For prompt delivery call ?23 S5.00 AND UP. tered the of both phones. to has been making his home. given up millions freely and un- Charity at the motherhouse, near cilman Benson, left yesterday Vw spend a month with her sister, Mrs. grudgingly, but In their devotion to Bardstown, when twenty-on- e years CO. OFFER TIIKIK LIVES. Lee, E. Grove, at Minneapolis. INCORPORATED. n tasks many have old. She was professed their years agq, and the following year Both Phone 13S 333 WEST MAIN STREET Tho New York State convention sacrificed their lives. All this has sent as a nurse to the old St. JoMessrs. and Mesdames Adrian C. n Alliance, been done without expectation or seph's Infirmary, her only mission. Humphrey and Jerry Kavanagh and of the Buffalo this week, adopted Kavanagh havo been held at hope of reward, out pt sympathy Sixteen years later sho was made Miss Jane forth that spending tho week ncwcft at Graham resolutions which set be allowed tho to alliance was not to for suffering human kind and for Mother Superior of the hospital. Springs. IgflO tocrth Avenue louuvtfr administration was such that become the Instrument of poliaccrues from Her Joseph's the satisfaction that St.. was soon recognized by Uio Whoro is homo ticians, but that each member worthy work well performed. The the medical profession one of the tmM Where work is quickly Mrs. J. B. Wathen has been brightest; done; conspending several days with Judge should follow his own political "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." good work still goes on. As a finest hospitals In tho South. Sister faith. Another resolution adopted Whore tho work ! Whoro cooking seems wide acquaintance James P. Edwards and Mrs. Ed- by the alliance stated that In tho temporary- points out, there are at Aurea had a lightest; real fun; among tho leading members of the wards and daughters at their coun- Mexican crisis the members of the the preesnt time fourteen public American medical profession as well try place at Prospect. alliance placed their property and Where tho meal IS nm&AmM IIm!'..... i mm Where baking gives to which the people of tho as the clergy and the prominent funds lives at tho service of tho State and cooked best; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan an- Nation. United States are contributing with men and women of the city and B Hb Whero drndgo is out of Wliero the range stands she had nounce the engagement of their unbounded generosity, besides the State, many of whom the test sight nursed to health. She was noted daughter. Miss Carolyn B. Sullivan, CHICKEN' SUPPER. mall bags of private money orders for her kindly disposition and That's whore tho That's where the keen to Victor Goddard. The marriage "Quick Meal" cornea "Quick Meal" comes that go from this side of the water humor. Sister Aurea possessed such. will take place this month. The ladles of St. Ann's parish 1b. NORTON BUILDING in. to relatives abroad. It Is estimated iiuimiiiy inni strangers coming to are preparing to make the chicken Lawrence Hines, of that the money given to these public the hospital never suspected she was rived in Jeffersonville St. Louis, ar- supper a feature of the annual N.W. Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended to the Superior. Corner Fourth and JefTersec millions. by the Sisters She was so beloved spend the Fourth and Monday his Dlcnlc which will bo held at Spring funds exceeds twenty-fiv- e visit under her rule that Bank Park on Wednesday, July The Red Cross on battlefields and they Insisted from year to year that sisters, Misses Margaret and Kate 26, and promise their friends a RECENT DEATHS. the the authorities of the order return Hines, East Market street. In hospitals Is supported for W MARKET ST. bountiful meal besides an evening her as head of the St. Joseph commost part by American money. The of enjoyment. There will be a The funeral of Miss Gertrude There is much happiness in the euchre and lotto In the afternoon' munity. When her death was anseventeen-year-ol- d best of it Is the money Is being nounced there was not a dry eye home of Arthur and Estelle HIgglns, Pfeffer, the spent judiciously and honestly, so among all the Sisters at the hos- 1454 South Seventh street, since at 2:30. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. &2)")low bring on your Pfeffer, of New Albany, was held tho Stork, that American contributors may feel pital, who mourn tfor their Superior tho visit of lovely baby who brought SIIELTJYVILLE. Monday morning at St. Mary's boy. as a mother. One of them said: to them a that their donations, reach the suf "Only sho church. She was a girl who was WhA--. exknow Ak T Dr. If. A. Rodman, of Louis- loved for her amiable disposition ferers, which could not always be tent of her and Godher good tho Mrs. Edward J. McDennott and ville, charity, works. and his son, the Rev. Bene-dl- and good nature, and her death is said when, In times past, the money her piety and loyalty to her relig Miss Kathleen McDennott. who J. Rodman, S. J., whp sang mourned by a wide circle of freely ious vows renouncing everything have been visiting 'In the Eastern of our own people has been his first mass on Sunday at St. 'QSilnBKoMS6Iectrtc"Fns, given to help afflicted American tor tne service of her Master." Be- States, will return next week, SbT by Miss Susan McDermott. James church in Louisville; the sides receiving and caring for thoucities. Rev, Daniel O'ConnolI, S. J., nnd Mrs. Mary E. Conley, of 2424 sands of the poor sick and injured Messrs. Phil Kavanaugh and Ed- the Rev. F. A. Robinson, S. J of West Broadway, widow of William it is known that Sister Aurea Sea breezes brought into MUST NOT KILL. caused hundreds of poor men, ward Jackson have returned from St. Louis, spent Monday In Shelby-vill- o H. Conley, passed away. Tuesday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. afternoon at Sts. Mary and Elizawomen and children to bo cared for a pleasure trip of three weeks to your home or office. Sir Roger Casement has been at the hospital during the rigors Chicago, beth Hospital, following an operaCleveland, Cincinnati, John A. Rodman. tion that overtaxed her strength. She is survived North Vernon and Charlestown, Ind. In the eye of tho law, of every winter. convicted. LAWN FETE. She leaves three sons and two by verdict of the jury and the city,a sister, Mrs. Kate Ryan, of this by the daughters, all grown. Tho funeral Misses Maymo and Katherlne and two brothers, Michael and sentence of the court, he Is a Thomas O'Brien, of Medford, Mass. Flnnegan and Leona Courney left MULLOY'S COFFEE Enthusiastic workers are making was held Thursday morning from St. traitor to tho realm, an enemy of The remains were taken to Naz- Sunday for Buffalo, to spend the grent preparation for the lawn feto Charles Borromeo church. Is the best coffee value. offered. the King and a foresworn villain areth, accompanied by many of the summer with Mrs. W. J. Bush at for tho benefit of the Visitation If you want a delicious, inexpenMonday morning the funeral of of shame on clergy and leading citizens, the fu- the home she has taken for the Homo for Working Girls, to be held who must die tho death sive coffee, July 25 at Summers' Park. Tho Edward Burke, who died at St. neral taking place In tho Sisters season. gallows. In the chapel. the abhorrent Very Rev. James. P. attractions will be such as should Edward's Hospital in New Albany, TRY OU- Rsupremo court of the future that Cronin celebrated tho requiem high Harry Simon and Miss Nora bring large crowds from every part was held from Holy Trinity church. 236 W. JEFFERSON ST. verdict will be reversed and that mass, the burial being in the little Brill; both of this city, went to of the city, and will Include a Tho deceased was well known and respected in Catholic circles. He Jeffersonville on Sunday and wero minstrel and vaudeville 65G sentence set aside. At the Judg community graveyard near tho leaves four sisters, Mrs. John F. 3 3 Lbs. quietly united In marriage by the Go to Grayson Springs ment bar of history, this felon, now Connelly, Mrs. Mary Wotton and Rev. Father Hal pin, of St. AugusSpecial rebate ticket good for Miss Agnes Burko, of New Albany, .condemned to die for a most high ST. PATHICK'S. tine's church. HOLY CROSS. 10c In trade with 2 lbs of AND BE COOL AND IIATPV. and Mrs. James Higglns, of crime, will bo hailed as a hero and New Blend. Tho ladles of St. Patrick's con Three good meals a day, with Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes McDonald No details are being overlooked a martyr. Ho will take his hon- gregation will give another of their plenty spring chicken and fresh engagement of their JOHN JK. MULLOY, and dinner the ored place with Emmet and with delightful card parties Monday even' announce the Nell Mary McDon to make Crosslawn fete on July 18 Wednesday morning tho funeral vegetables from our farm. Dancdaughter, Miss of Holy church ing, bowling, tennis, fishing and John Brown 'and the others of the Ing In the old school hall at Thir ald, to Leo M. Grimm, of Preston, and 19 a grand success. The amuse- of William Wheatley. aged thirty- 313 West Market. swimming. Water unequaled for innumerable company of Just men teenth and Market, with euchro and Ont., Canada. Tho wedding will ments, the games and their prizes, nine, was held from the Church of Rev. Father Hostesses curative properties. Write for the music and the illuminations, Our Lady In Portland, the requiem who, la all ages and In many lands, lotto as features. Mesdames for the take place in July. Connlff celebrating Maggie evening will be rates. aro all in hands of committees that mass. Deceased was a popular have gone through paths or hatred, Corrlpan, Catherine Cuslck Rose Thomas Shelley, of the Highlands, "know how." The fete win ho ALBERT A. PLOOK, Manager. been worn and death to the bright goal Francis, George D. Badger and J. and fof many years an officer of held on the church grounds, d street car conductor and had HI only a wek of typhoid fever. His InHartley. Edward Grayson Springs, Ky. the Louisville police force, left this ot Immortal renown and the and Broadway. wife, Josephine Stuart Wheatley, week to spend a month with Mr. creasing applause of mankind. for whom there is sincere sympathy, CATHOLIC COLONELS. and, Mrs. Oscar Coldeway at TerPLACED IX MUSEUM Funeral Directors As It was with Emmet, so was It survives him. Naturally much Interest centers in race Park, near Cincinnati. Among latest accessions the His condemnation the Missouri with Casement. militia now enJEFFERSONVILTjE. arcamped at Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Higglns and nlaced In the Catholic University waa assured before he was It is a rather Embalmers. Washington is a colMuseum Cut Flowers for all occasions. was left te significant fact that out of four little son, of Mobile, are here for lection ofat Indian pottery of no raigned, and all that On account of Increased duties Colonels three are Catholics, these a visit to Mr. and Mrs. William, Sptclal attention given him was to Jake advantage of the being Cols. Donnelly of St. Louis, M. Higglns, 732 South Twonty-fourt- h mean interest, presented by the late devolving upon Rev. Father ntto the . orders. street, and Mr. and Mrs. Dr. John A. Ouchterlony, of this Michael Halpln, rector of St. Augusforme of the law and the estab- Xealy of Kansas City and J. D. church, 'Jeffersonville, the lished procedure of the courts of MoNeely ot St. Joseph. Adjutant Thomas D. Clfnee, Audubon Park. city. The museum is being reor- tine's Rev. Francis S. Chatard, NEW NANZ NCUNEK CO. ganized and the various collections Right England to make his defense at the Maj. Gen. John B. O'Meara, of St. recently ordained to the priesthood Attorney Thoifois Walsh was now scattered (throughout the va- Bishop of Indianapolis, has given' at St. Melnrad's Benedlotine Abbey IHCOIUORATW. Louis, is ajao a Catholic, being 'a bar of wbllc ofnioa and his appeal brother of a former Superior of the lied to the old Walsh homestead rious buildings will be centered in him an assistant, Father Bernard in Spencer county, Indiana. Ave., LmJVille, Jty. 57 to the verdict of the ages. That Sacred Heart Convent at St. Joseph. Connersville, Id., on Monday, on j the contemplated University Gallery. Sheridan, a native '.of Indianapolis, g 16-inc- the resolutions adopted by the Catholic Educational Association at Its convention In Baltimore last week was one declaring that the American Catholic school sysand tem stands for thorough-goincomplete Americanism with undivided allegiance to our country Xrom all, whatever sympathies they may legitimately entertain for the land of their ancestors. This Is the spirit of our Catholic people as well as of our schools, and any Individual deviation from it Is an Injury to Church and State. Among other-paper- defense and that appeal he made in an address whose energy and pathos must elicit the sympathy and the admiration of every good and right thinking man in the world. The result of that appeal to the present judgment of mankind and to the future Is foregone. Tho prisoner at the bar is acquitted and goes forth to meet tho applause of the wise and virtuous in all countries and the deathless honor and affection of the Irish people till the last generation shall have been born on the soil of Erin. But there is another anglo of vision. of contemThe student porary history will ask himself what effect the trial and condemnation and eloquent defense of Sir Roger Casement must havo upon England, and what should be the comportment of liberty-lovin- g Englishmen toward this martyr of liberty, who risked all that England might do justice to tho people of Ireland. Thus the New York American expresses Itself, and likewise many not under British s WAR AND LAW. COMING EVENTS. account of the serious illness of his venerable father, one ot tho CathLouis olic pioneers of that section. 18-1- Thirty-secon- 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 cither side. They can be purchased with frame, if wished. Lawn Mowers $2.50 Lawn Mowers, ,with open wheel and three h Polding Chairs C9c Folding Lawn Chairs, with arms, canvas seat and back. Lawn Benches 69c Hal-be- FOR TENNIS - 16-ln- SOGIETY. I well-wishe- rs Fontaine Ferry ParR mcm-CLAs- Grand Barbecue and Picnic ADMISSION FREE TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916 bride-to-b- WIMMMIIf POOL o ' e, TH A 1VTC3 JD JL.JlS VO rent, self-impos- ed forty-seve- w!f CH1XDERS ELECTRIC German-America- m ma Where the Quick Meal Comes In jA FRED ERHART ARCHITECT iiGiDn do-lig- ! llfcrifcrK Ol b(JN, i el mt iNSPt w NEW BLEND 1-2 ! Thirty-secon- H.BOSSESON and FLORISTS eut-of-re- w frhk Avrcarcns Frtk & JXlSlSrivCTOKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. 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MNtiH aac 1 OwriM, Praaaratarr DaaartoMaj wiauaaaa: ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE lit W. smlmr, Xnlnffl Xy. CoadtoUa by the 'XaVerlaa mi, wtu aaajaaaa WmS! iwbhi aaiaanwa, ra, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Streot. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. SUCCESSOR TO PRESIDENT YUAN SHI KAI OF CHINA. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Li Yuan Hung, at the right, the Vice President of China, successor Langan. to Yuan Shi Kai, late President, Insert center. On the left is Chlng Recording Secretary James J. Kwan, Governor of Szechuan, one of the rebel provinces. McTighe. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sentinel M. J McDennott. GOOD MAN GONE. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. William E. Holley, Clerk of the y. m.i. Police Court and one of the most popular men in Louisville, died MACICIN COUNCIL, What They Have Been Doing early Tuesday morning at St. J.ct seph's Infirmary, following an ill- Meets Monday Evenings 205. Club at the Past Week General ness of only a few days of peritonHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtitis. He was the son of the late News Notes. President S. O. Hubbuch. Patrick Holley and was thirty-si- x M. First Vice President F. Schaad. Second Vice President R. L. The Hibernian Social Club realScheckler. ized a nice sum from their recent lawn euchre and lotto. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Recording Secretary G. W. San Diego is preparing for the . Buckle. biggest State convention the order Treasurer G. J. Thornton. H? ' JHBtiB&Bak ever held in California. Marshal Theo. Buckle. San Francisco Hibernians are Inside Sentinel James Radigan. making an aggressive campaign to. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. secure the 1918 convention. The big event of the Fourth in Boston was the Hibernian field day KNMTS, OP carnival at the National League baseball grounds. The meeting of Division 4 will be held next Tuesday evening inLate News That Will Interest stead of Monday on account of the Members Hero and ElseDominican church picnic. where. Mrs. John Arthur, Indiana State President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, would be an excellent addition to the National Directorate. The new council at Jackson, Cal., years old and unmarried. Will Division 3 of Rome, N." Y., en- Holley's death came as a shock to starts well. joyed a banquet ns a result of the his legions of friends throughout now The Kansas membership membership contest, which closed the city and in Police Court circles totals nearly 7,000. e with candidates. caused deep gloom. One of St. Omaha Knights will give the Every military company In Cali- rick's parochial school boys, the lt deorphans of that city a picnic. fornia was .invited to compete in ceased completed his education at Colorado Springs is for the military tournament antl field St. Xavier's College, from where the State convention preparing held to be day of the San Francisco' Hibernian he went to the Louisville & Nashnext May. Rifles. ville railroad, whore his meritorious there Many councils work caused his promotion to Chief and Insurance of will pay the dues A big night parade and entertainmembers who are ment, banquet and grand ball will Clerk of the Auditor's office. Re- going to the front. enter the politibe features of the Ohio State con- signing In 1909-tThe Knights of Omaha are busy vention at Zanesvllle. which will last cal game, he was successful and in arranging for a big increase in 1913 was elected Clerk of the Pothree days. The Hibernians of Rome, N. Y., lice Court, and since was looked membership in October. The Knights of Fond du Lac, presented the Boy Scouts with a upon as one of the- - most Influential club handsome American flag, Rev. P. A. of the younger politicians of the Wis., Will erect a ?65,000 Kelly accepting for the scouts. city. He was noted for his acts of house on Sheboygan street. charity and his willingness at all Denver Knights are organizing a Father Kelly is Scoutmaster. New Albany Hibernians and the times to favor anyone seeking his company to be ready to respond to Ladies' Auxiliary have begun mak- assistauce. He was a member of the first call for volunteers. Seventy-eiging arrangements for their annual the Mose Green Club, Knights of candidates became reunion and picnic, which will bo Columbus, Columbia Athletic Club, members last month at Waterloo, held at Glenwood Park on August St. Vincent Do Paul Society of St. Iowa, the largest class for several Charles Borromeo church, the years. 16. The flag of the Irish republic, Twelfth Ward Democratic Club and The council at San Mateo, Cal., presented Mrs. O'Donovan RosBa the Social Democratic Club of the is. making fine progress. Last Fourth and Fifth wards. Surviving month forty candidates were given on the occasion of .her husband's him are his sister, Mrs. Charles funeral in Dublin," will float over tho major degree. Rleger, headquarters at homo; a with whom he made his the convention The Knights of Albion, Neb., had half sister, Mrs. Ella Boston. a half brother, Michael a most enjoyable time and initiae candidates were Holley, and a number of other rela- tion when MOBILE'S rROTEST. given three degrees. tives. Kansas Knights are looking after The funeral was held Thursday Shooting of the leaders of the fraternity of Dublin uprising by the English Gov- merning from St. Charles church, tho establishment at ernment on May 3, after having which was thronged with people centers for Catholic students promised them protection as prison- from all parts of the city and all Lawrence and Manhattan. A special feature of the Fourth ers of war, was condemned and pro- walks of life. Rev. Father Raffo celebrated the requiem mass, and of July picnic at Denver was the tested against as "wanton brutality" In his funeral discourse paid feel- ball game between priest and lawby a mass meeting of many citizens of Mobile as Americans in the Lyric ing tribute to the life and works yer nembers of the council. Tho only celebration at Utlca, N. Theater Monday night. The meet- of tho deceased, who was true to his V., on the Fourth, was held by the ing, which was called by the friends and loyal to his church. Knights, who secured a band and Ancient Order of Hibernians, was K. OF O. ENTERTAINMENTS. gave a concert and fireworks dislargely attended, and much patriotic play on the club house grounds, tho sympathy for Ireland was shown. The local council Knights of public being admitted free. George J. Sullivan presided. After addresses by Father Joseph V. Columbus will hold a smoker for Mojloy, of the Cathedral parish, and the members next Wednesday evenGARRITY HELPS CHARITY. William H. Armbrecht, former ing, and on Thursday evening, July 27, there will be a euchre, lotto United States District Attorney, and A document was filed recently several musical seletcibns, resolu- and 500 party at Sennlng's Park In the County Clerk's office at tions were introduced by John C. for the benefit of the membors nnd Corslcana, Texas, In which Capt. company. O'Connell and unanimously passed. their families or James Garrlty, of that city, sets A collection for the support of tho apart out of his estate a "public widows and orphans of the Irish CATHOLIC CHARITIES. .charity fund, of $100,000 In cash, to dead was taken as the assembly be used for the relief, betterment passed out. When Father Molloy At the National Conference .of and improvement of any indigent was Introduced he was given a great Catholic Charities, which will be poor persons residing in Navarro ovation. Those who had charge of held in Washington, D. C, on Sep- county, who are worthy objects of the arrangements were Rev. T. J. tember 17, 18,, 19 and 20, the ser- charity, to be selected by the trusEaton, J. E. McHugh, W. J. Arm- mon at the opening of the confer- tees, hereafter named, without restrong, John A. Hughes, i. A. Ryan ence will be preached by Bishop gard to race, color, sex or religious and M. T. Judge. Tlhen, of Lincoln, Neb. belief." It Is required that shall "keep the funds InGOOD TOBACCO YEAR. CALLED TO COLORS. vested In revenue-bearin- g real estate or Interest-bearin- g securities, Thomas Cook, of Taylorsvlllo, Reports from various Cities show or in State, county, city or district the well known farmer and to- that more than 1,000 members of bonds," etc. bacco buyer of Taylorsvllle, was the Knights of St. John have been here this week and reported that c lied to the national colors, to HINTS ON STYLE. this has been a banner year in the serve In the Impending .trouble, tobacco line and that it had been with Mexico with the militia of Many pretty organdy frocks are one of the best in his career. Mr. their home States. lightly beaded. 1b one of the leading DemoCook Pale pink Is everywhere In millcrats In his section and is thorWORLD'S HIGHEST CROSS. inery ns in frocks. oughly conversant with the present Net rivals organdy in summer political situation, his predictions The highest cross in on the coming nntlonal race being will soon be taken down the world lightness and modlshness. nnd reverified from the present outlook. placed by a new one. The cross The big summer lints this season Before going homo Mr. Cook vis- on the steeple of tho Annunciation seem unusually successful. ited his brother, L. J. Cook,? at church at Leadvllle, Col,, Is called Leghorn is much used and bent Brooksvlllc, for a few days. the highest cross In the world be- Into All sorts of graceful hat shapes. Pink organdies are particularly cause, besides standing 1C1 feet ATTRACTIVE FEATURE. from the ground, it is situated in delectable and once more favorite ' One of the attractive features of the highest incorporated town in with Parisian fashion makers. the entertainment that will be pro- the world. Early fall serges and light vided for the visitors at the weight wools are appearing, and .rnnvntnn of the Knights of they are splendid for coats of any RLSHOP McCORT. Columbus in Davenport, Iowa, will and all kinds. be furnished by the celebrated John Sleeves are developing unending Knights of Columbus Choral Club D. The Right Rev. Bishop J. McCort, or Phila- tendencies with the season's progD., This unique singing delphia, Auxiliary of St. Louis. organisation, the only one of its Monterey just appointed Bishop of ress. They are all lengths and and Los Angeles, Cal is flare, puff, droop, flow and cling. kind within the order, has been en Quaint mantlets that give a most gageTTto take a prominent part in well known In the United States as several of the musical offerings that a soldier and writer. He was born unusual touch to the simple sumwill stand out prominently in the In I860 aiid educated at St. Charles mer costume are one of the, seafour days' programme. The singers Theological Seminary, Overbrook. son's most fascinating developappear in concerts in their white In 1883 he was ordained to the ments. serge, uniforms, presenting a' mag- priesthood and in 1912 was apTaffetas are now epidemic. of the Most delightful morning frocks nificent appearance, land they also pointed Auxiliary Bishop have a marching club that brings archdiocese of Philadelphia as well' are made up in tub silks, and with them additional attention from an as Vivar General ef Philadelunla eareful laundering they are not and titular bishop of Azoto. Interested 9Mf DIVISION 4. Meets Second "and FourthMondays, 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 $4.60 Z Glrsl' Princess Slips 00c to $1.50. Girls' Princess Slips; made of fine quality lingerie cloth and silk; neatly made and 8oco trimmed with laco or embroidery; sizes 6 to 18 years. Special Monday (10c to 91.50 Children's 30c Gowns 25c. Gowns; Children's Cambric tucked yoke; full length and width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value 39c. Monday special 25c HIBERNIANS. Z Children's 17c Drawers 10c Children's Drawers; made of good quality muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; valuo 17c. Special Monsoft-finish day JOc h. ii Girls' 50c Gowns 30c Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; tucked finished with ruffle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; value 60c. Special Monday JSOc Colored Dress Materials For Summer 11 inch Crcpo Tussnh Cloth In a beautiful range of colors; isiacK specially priced for $1.10 sizes -54-inAll-wool f Imported Uliccks All , . .$1.50 nnd All-wo- Wliito ol CffLUlU J X h Tailor Suiting Plaids, stripes and checks; also spring dresses. Fifteen good col suitable for sport coats. Special 75c for $1.50 and ors' in this lot. Only $1.75 12-InAll-wool Crepe Just the right weight for Koulard 54-inc- )MMHMtMtHMHtttMHHmHM J. HENNESSV HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXKAN DAN Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. fifty-on- Hennessy UPSTAIRS STORE. Axmari 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Jeffers:nS:rect HtfM44tafHNtvfHf0(H' WITHOUT DINNER INCOMPLETE! ht l a Caw-tho- la J.m NONE PURER !-- BEER NONE BETTER M- -l n; fifty-fiv- Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. f . IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCOItPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, JOHN B. FRA3XM WALTERS' s Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 2W IiOUISVTXJLJa. IT. A Case ofGood Judgment. Order a Case mf FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COWMOJt. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West '49, Su-""- "" Cumb. Phone West 191 -- THK Heme PImhc tHi WIEDEMANN DtCORPO RATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Betrs, at aN folding dRUBE and cafes. Raaowned for purity, strength, A DBUSBR. MaMgcrs, LtfutovMte, Kjr. i jKE'rrjojsrsr TWIN CITY, LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help send Your Favorites in the Twin, City League to this xrish AMESKMOAiw. tOUtt Ht l"HH-'l- t I season's Cunning, Lewis J 3X1 WEST MEN'S AND & Brotzge NOW IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS, WORLDS BASEBALL SERIES 10 JEFFERSON STREET. YOUNG Unusual Values Are Being Offered In Votes for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. MEN'S CLOTHING The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the Two most popular members of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series with ill expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Voles by ballot or paid subscription. $35 00 $30.00 $28.00 Values in Suits Now World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE $19.85 . This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr.. Club or Position whom I consider the most popular membsr ot the Twin City League. tho TwtacTt? Baseball League, each of Whom Is entitled to enter the Kentucky Irish American's World's series contest, tho first coupon for which appoars In this Issue: Imperials Fussonegger, Traeger, Haag, Boslor, Aulbpch, Murphy, Eschman. It. Pontrich, E. Harrlgan.Elpers, Ohllo. Bonn, Weber, Con- ners, F. Steir. Voor. Kraemer. Edelen, Chenoweth, McDermott. G. Sieger. Orioles Kuebert, prafflneer. C. Weber, E. Is Ihfi roster of $22.50 $20.00 $18.00 Values in Suits Now , $13.85 sift Hflx i JpKjLlMB HLLLLLBfckE.fl Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits, Values Up to $10 00, Now Knlghta of Columbus B. Schulte, gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur- Molcher. Frantz, Mattlnsly.- - Bohan- - phy, C. Voss, Q. Kllcr. uon, Cores!. Madden, Curley, Bos- c)anciX Tr,nl Shadburu, meyer, Kenealy, Hamilton, Ham- - Ka, M Bos, B, , mond, Joo Murphy. F. Weber, Clines. Sprnnkf Donneiiy, Sandman, D. Mackin Council C. Ellers, Thorn- - ( ummlngs, B. Cujnmings, Hagnor, ton, Schleman, R. McGrath, Morris, nranagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammei-- Warren, Lally, L. Meisner, Davis, man gchwlnd, Neumeyer. Hafner. Conley, Schene, Scheckler. Trager, Gill chamDSHack Cronan, Atwell. Larkin, McDonough. BrownfloId 0tt, Lieber, N. Murphy, Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara- - c, M. Hogan, O'Brien. gon, Finn, Westerman, Higgins. Deiehanty, Jack Curran, Sheehan. Lapaillo, Burke. J. Murphy. Clifford, Polln, Coleman; Hines, Russ, House, Meagnor, Car- C Flynn. SSn'ge?; Loefher. ney Fitzgerald. , " Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett. Dal- A!,0' " blemD0CK Baumgarten, McCabo, Wledmoir ton, Fries. M. Logan, J. Deoken, Thomas D. Clines. Schmoetzer Rotter. Wllllnghurst, Umpires Scliott J Hogan, Temberley, Ches- - Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E.- Otis Logsdon,Alvin Wells. Mulligan, Dan Lally. Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Finneter Kllloran FIGHTING Sixty-nint- SIXTY-NINT- H Regiment, St. Patrick's Cathedral, nelius Vanderbllt. insert known Vanderbllt family h OFF TO CAMP. Now York, marching up Fifth avenue, passing by Cardinal Farley. Lieut. Col. Correviewed in lower corner, is the eldest son of the well of millionaires. OUTLINE OF SCHEME. $6.85 Palm Beach Suits, Values Up to $7.50, Now TWIX CITY LEAGUE. Fk SOME TWIN CITY LEAGUE FAVORITES.' pstWi m ! The two leading teams in the Twin City Baseball League, the K. of C. and Champs, who are tied for flist place, had no trouble Sunday, the Knights beating tho Orioles 8 to 1, the East End boys having an off day in tho field, while tho Champs Jumped on tho Snltzelburg pitchers for twenty-on- e hits win ning by an 18 to 3 score. Bertrands stopped the fast coming Olympics tn game, 13 to 12. a twelve-Innin- g Trinity gave tho Mackin team tho surprise of their life, only losing by one run, tho final score being 4 to 3. Tomorrow they will play as follows: Orioles vs. Champs, Olympics vs. Mackin, Bertrands vs. K. of C. Tho and Trinity vs. Imperials. games of Sunday, July 1G, which were postponed as tribute to Owner Wathen and the Louisville club, will be played September 6 in a double-heade- r, the same teams meeting jit f.i. JV that date. Standing to date: Champs Mackin Olympics Bertrands Imperials Orioles K.of Clubs. C W. 10 10 7 L. 2 2 S C Pet. .833 33 rmfySk ifcr 6 6 5 4 6 7 8 J 'm GEORGE THORNTON, Mackin. BUB- - O'BRIEN, Champs. JOHN KENEALEY, K. ot C. BIG PARISH riCXIC. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. Wo add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,400. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK rtPfy&. Under the Big Clock Second and Market Slate Government Supervision. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. ing in the parish but the former members and residents of that section, who have been specially invited to meet their old friends and acquaintances on that day, tho picnic being Intended as a sort of re Amuseunion and ments of all kinds will be on the programme, the feature of the day being a baseball game between the Bertrands and Knights of Columbus teams of the Twin City League. Manager Ray Haragan will pilot tho while Manager Tom Bertrands, Clines will lead the Knights. This gamo will be called immediately on the arrival of tho afternoon boat. In addition there will be games of all kinds, for young and old, these Boats will to start at 1:30 sharp. leave foot of First street at 9 and 1:30 sharp, and returning will leave tho grove at 5 and 8 p, m. Collins' orchestra will furnish the music during the day. home-comin- g. Everything Is completed for the big parish picnic to be given by St. Louis Bertrand's church Monday at Fern Grove and a banner crowd Is expected, not only from those resid- FONTAINE FERRY. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES BROADWAY. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 IS AST 4f 1 1 1 1HH4-- 1 H-ttH"- HHI1 P. VlM BANN&N, JR., tm. & Trial. liH Tile, 11 It H 1 )I UWflEHCE J. VEEHEHAH, SKrotvy. P.- X Swr a CMW m a..fi j ci.tiui rwnBBt rmmv A4.JS.n5, BANNON PIPE CO. Cslvtrt fHB Cadal fckk, 4 ln'l Ce,lM, Dr.l Titrliei Pipe, Patau 1 San, the famous llttlo Japanese to prima donna who Is booked headline tho week's bill In tjie theater at Fontaine Terry Park. In addition to her American triumphs, Mme. Sumlko has the distinction of having been tho first prima donna mezzo soprano of the imperial unea-te- r in Toklo. In her act alio will be assisted by four Japanese dancing girls. She sings In both English and her native tonguo and her by her performance is concluded original interpretation of American ragtime. Tho big sanitary swimming pool at tho park is breaking Both all records for attendance. tho morning and afternoon sessions are being taxed to capacity and the sanitary condition in which the pool is kept safeguards swimmers against Infections resulting from unsanltafy water. A balloon matinee will again be given the children Saturthe day. Every child attending ' matinee performance in the theater on that day will be presentea wun a durable toy balloon. KNIGHTS One of tho fairest daughters of Nippon will be in our midst next week in the porson of Mme. Sumlko ARE WORKING. fmdma Visa Wall Grate aa Seller Tile. Grean 9. Fire Clay, Chltmacy OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON CUMB. Ave. f in.. atua r.. a.i.v ijh. 07. . HOME PHONIES OITY 573-17813tf.-dfe- r.cic. MAIN WOUKS... IIHIHllllltlMHIUIIHIIMMHIMIMMItmHi ..4 Ma!.. M. 9,U .a ,,. Julv 30 to Jasner and Ferdinand T, Ind., promises to be a most enjoy able affair. All members oi ine various commltteee are working strenuously toward the one point to make this exoaralon the largest ' froia d rt suoceeeful I it ml&2$ ""'". """ Je 15 " all who make the trip, - -- - m . FOR INDEPENDENCE. What city, town or village In this great country is going to win the We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help yon in your investments. distinction and 'honor this year of producing tho world's amateur baseball champion team? At present & 60 there aro over 100 cities and towns Coleman, Champs from Maine to California and from 50 Kenealey, K. of C COLUMBIA BUILDING. FOURTH AND MAIN. 50 Canada to the Gulf having organized O'Brien, Champs Capital and Surplus, $3,750,000. 50 amateur leagues with an enrolled HIgglns, Bertrands 50 playing membership exceeding the Hogan, Champs 40 100,000 mark. The National Base- tVHWWMUUMVVVHUVMUMVMUMMHVWVUHUVMWmMHW B. Schulte. K. of C 40 ball Federation has arranged two Burns, scorer 40 championship series. Class AA and J. Scully, Olympics 40 Class A one strictly for amateurs Thornton, Mackin 40 and ono for Murphy, Olympics 40 Class A division comprises straight-ou- t Sheehan. Chamns amateurs, Class AA 30 Harrlgan, Imperials service. We are as dive us a trial for first-claplayers. The definition of Ju class A ellglbles is ono who reBurke, Bertrands close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and 30 R. Pontrich, Imperials night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable 30 ceived no monetary remuneration Croncn, Mackin 3U for his services as a player during chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. Donnelly, Trinity current season." Class AA is 30 the Mattingly, K. of C 20 ono who does not earn a livelihood Lally, Mackin 20 by his services as a player but Ohllgschlager, Trinity. 20 who plays an occasional game for Chester, Orioles pay. Under these classifications the 20 nmatnitp fa nrntonfoH Trinity Bosler, SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. frmn hnvlnr tn 20 Scheckler, Mackin semi-pr- o and the Botk Plionca 3300. , . 10 rcompete with the C Ciresi, K. of semi-pr- o 13 safeguarded from proVoor, Imperials .i....... 10 fessional competition. 10 Eschmann, Imperials Chicago, Cleveland, St. Louis, tVVWVWWWVWWWWWWWUWWWMWWVHVVMWW 10 Murphy, Bertrands. 10 Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Toledo, DayFlynn, Bertrands 10 ton, Birmingham and Louisville are Bossmeyer, K. of C among tho cities already enrolled. Applications for membership from HOT BASEBALL SERIES. right others aro being received along. The The Service With the Largest List of Connections in Tho series beginning today be- Soptcmber 2.elimination series start Sectional series tween Louisville and Minneapolis bo arranged for the start of will Louisville and Suburbs. the promises to settle the standing of tourney, the winners to meet in tho All Service Unlimited. those two teams m tno nrst amsion finals. for some time at least, as there are commerce, and boards,Chambers of park recreation six games scheduled, a regularly bodies, baseball associations and in! being on scheduled double-headmovedividuals are supporting tho card for tomorrow and one for ment In tho different citiesthe Tuesday, so arranged on account or with the National Baseball affiliated Federa TO All roinis oi importance id inc jouisvmc iraue. postponement of a gamo with the tion. The National Baseball FederaCantlllon tribe on their last visit tion solved tho problem of what has Lowest Rates. here. Loulsvlllo Is also .seeking recontention in navenge for the four games lost In been the bone ofcircles when It Minneapolis on the recent Western tional amateur semi-pr- o classed the trip, the four all being lost by dfie and provided amateur and aeries for elimination run, this disastrous series keeping both. The officers of the National them out of first or second place. President, It was stated In these columns early Baseball Federation are First Vice C. C. Townes, Cleveland; INCOnPOKATBD j In the season that Minneapolis was President. C. W. Stulr, Cincinnati; the chief pennant contender for the Second Vice President, R. H. VwWWWWWWWWWWMWiUWiWWWWWWWWW Colonels to bo wary of, and there Abeken. St. Louis: Secretary-Trea- s Is no reason now to change that urer, Tom Nokes, Johnstown; Exprediction. Kansas City is beginning ecutive Committee, W. B. Blckford, to Blip and Indianapolis could only Chicago: Sam Karpf, Dayton, and take two out of six in the recent series here when Louisville was In W. D. Gresham, Birmingham. the worst hitting slump of the year. DnSS EST KANSAS. Part of this slump was due to the Barney Coll, of Jeffersonvllle, reloss of Daniels, which Is realized by The Beat Straight Whisky On Earth the fans. At the same time they ceived a telegram Monday bringing Is not the sad news of the death of his know that Owner Wathen sparing any expense to fill that cousin, Mrs. Annie Palmer, wife of breach. During this home stay the Henry Palmer, at Wichita, Kan. She XNCORPORATM) fans, male and female, should rally was the daughter of Patrick Herron, support of the club as a re- a. former prominent merchant of to the Sele Owstn Regiaterctd DIat. No. 33 turn for the efforts of ths manage-me- Jeffersonvllle, and with her hustweaty. map band located In the to put the town on the West Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 five rears ago. with a pennant winner. 12 0 Trinity Prenaredness" seems to bo the motto of Ray Haragan's friends in the World's Series Popularity Contest for the members of tho Twin City League, as they are rolling up a big vote for their favorite as a safeguard In the final counting. Little campaign committees aro being formed by the friends of different league members and a canvass is Being made for both subscription and ballot votes. Substantial increases were made this week In the votes of Eddie Stelnbock, tho scorer; Bob and "Red" Morris, of Mackin, Kllloran, of tho Orioles. It is a foregone conclusion that tho National League pennant winners will be Brooklyn, Philadelphia or Boston, the two winners thus being assured of a trip to the "Great White Way" with all expenses paid. This Is the trip of a lifetime for any ball player or fan and there are thousands from Maine to California who would make nny sacrifice for this opportunity. Get busy and do your voting as over half the ball season is gone. Here is the standing to date, exclusive of clipped ballots: 290 Haragan, Bertrands 80 Stelnbock, scorer 80 Morris, Mackin 60 Kllloran, Orioles 60 Dalton, Olympics .583 .500 .500 .417 .333 .000 Tho complete details of Lloyd i SEMI-ANNUGeorge's scheme for provisional home rule for Ireland were pub- lished In the London morning pa- - ; All at cut prices. We are offering such values in ; pers on Thursday. Tho following are tho principal features: clothing that no other house will attempt to meet the ' ' First An Irish House of Com- prices. See us while the buying is good. The assort- - ; ; mons will be constituted by the transference to the Irish Parliament ment is large now. of seventy-eigmembers now sitting in the English Commons for 'JP'X'VV V ,IMII JeJeJ itejji 22"l' homo rule counties. the twenty-si- x (Tho total Irish representation in the Imperial House of Commons Is 103, of which twenty-flv- o members sit for the six Ulster counties provisionally excluded from homo rule.) GIVEN BY seventy-eigSecond Of the members to be transferred to tho are NaIrish House seventy-si- x tionalists or Independents, while two are Unionists, namely, Sir Ed ward Carson and J. H. M. CampGrove, Monday, 10, 1916 At bell, Attorney General for Ireland. represent Trin- Boats These two members Returning at 5 and 8 leave 1st Street at 9 and 1:30 ity College, They have Dublin. both consented to sit in tho home TICKETS 25 CENTS. rule Parliament and on this fact some hopes aro based for future amity. Third Members of the Irish Now For the Palm Beach Suits Commons will retain their scats in the English House and will often be seen there, as the Iilsh body Is not expected to have much business to transact at first. Fourth Considerable representation of the Unionist interests In tho south and west of Ireland will bo provided through the nomination of INCORPORATED. their representatives to tho Irish BOTH Senate. It is proposed that the 426 S. Fifth St. 35. Louisville, Ky. Senate sit and act with tho Irish Commons during tho temporary setOur workmanship is positively tho best in the city, nnd backed tlement, thus safeguarding the In- up by a house of long' standing and financially responsible. terests of the Unionists. Our service not equaled. Fifth The temporary settlement Is to continue until one year after the termination of the war. At that tlmo tho whole arrangement will come under the review of the great imperial conference which is to bo held to adjust the government ot the empire. AL TROUSERS SALE I ; f ht "A PARISH PICNIC LOUIS ht ST. BERTRAND'S July CHURCH Fern 50c 50c CLEANING AND DYEING CO: PH0MES-2E- yuvuwvvvwiwmuuuHwvwvvtvtwivtwvvv NO MORE PAY DAYS! SAVE FOR A nOME-SA- VE FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE AND INVEST-SA- VE FOR A BUSINESS SETTLES ALL CONTENTION. S the proper governing power and rules In baseball, but tho following article clears the situation and is Many followers of amateur baseball have been a little puzzled over That time comes for every man. The only way to pre- pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put it in a savinga account at interest. OPENING-SA- VE FIDELITY COLUMBIA TRUST CO. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE ss J Chawk & Smith Auto Co. HOME TELEPHONE! i semi-fina- ls er Long Distance Connections THE IiOUISVIXiLE HOME TELEPHONE CO. ! OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. nt Wt