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"Holy God, We Praise Thy of Name." HEATH A SHOCK. Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. tral Influence that stimulates and PRICE FIVE CENTS. coutrols tho activities of the various parish branches. No mention ot the Holy Name Society would be complete were tho work of the saintly apostle of the Holy Name In America, Father Charles H. O. P., P. G., omitted. For Says Lord Lansdownu's Speech nearly half a century this valiant Is a Gross Insult to priest has labored until ingly to preach tho Holy Name of Jesus. Ireland. In many a lectin e hall the white is to be seen and numerous habit are the learned volumes from Dominican pens. This activity Is not confined to Europe alone, for in Cardinal Logue and Irish Bish-ho- p tho Catholic Univeislty at WashingOppose the Contemton, D. C., tho Very Rev. D. J. plated Division. Kennedy holds the chair ot sacramental theology; while In the far off Islands of the Pacific it is the Mc-Ken- CENTENNIAL Cathedral of St. Joseph at Bardstown, First "West of Alleghanies. REDMOND Five Days' Exercises "Will Be Held in This Historic Edifice. Kcposltory Priceless Paintings and Many Valuable Works of Art. or ATTENTION OF COUNTRY DRAWS at Bardstown and Beginning continuing- over flvo days will be the centennial celebration or the world famous Cathedral ot St. an event that will attract the attention of the whole country and' members of all religious denominations. For months the Very the Kev. Dean C. J. O'Connell, pastor, and the people of Bardstown and vicinity have been preparing for this event and have a proin arranging succeeded gramme worthy both the sacred edifice and the occasion. One hundred years ago tomorrow the cornerstono of St. Joseph s Cathedral, the Becond in the United States and the first west of the Alleghanies, was laid by the Right Rev. Benedict Joseph Plaget, the of the diocese ot first Bishop Bardstown, now Louisville, as the center of his spiritual Jurisdiction, extending from the Alleghanies to the Pacific, from Louisiana to the Around that event Great Lakes. there clusters one of the most engrossing stories of Kentucky's history and the growth of the Catholic church in the New "World. This old temple, the first to raise its lofty spire above the giants of the Western forests, today is considered by those capable of judging the most beautiful work of religious architecture In this section of the world. Its walls, three feet thick, are of brick made in the surrounding yard. The building is 150 feet long, seventy-fou- r feet wide and sixty feet high. It is style, ot beautiful before whose wonderful proportion and symmetry and graceful lines architectsofthes.-present- , tand hi anTazed contemplation. The celling of 'the center aisle Is arched and flanked on each side with a row of four lovely columns, besides the After pilasters of the sanctuary. the visitor has gone Into an ecstacy of admiration for these towering and beautiful pillars ho scarcely can believe the truth that they are but huge trees, cut from the forest at the very door ot the church when it was built, and hewed by hand to their present shape. Tho celling of the side aisles Is grained, all the parts forming such a wonderful perfect whole as to baffle conjecture how these men of the frontier could have planned with such mathematical accuracy. Today there is not a single crack in the walls or a bit of dry rot in the Jo-sop- h, Greek-Corinthian George W. Holland, Superincemetery, tendent .of St. Louis passed into eternity Monday, and the news of his death came as a distinct shock to his legion of friends throughout tho city and State. Though he had been feeling badly for some tlme he had been able to attend to his 'duties. Early Sunday morning he was stricken with uraemic poisoning and was found unconscious in his room, from where he was immediately removed to St. Anthony's Hospital, where all efforts to prolong his life proved futile. His wife, Mrs. Annie F. Holland, and his daughter, Miss Hannah Holland, who wero visiting In Indianapolis, wefe summoned by telegraph and wero at the bedside when the end came. The deceased was born years ago In the residence of the Superintendent of St. Louis cemetery, his father. Peter B. Holland, then holding the position. The son entered the employ of the Cemetery Association twenty-fou- r years ago, and at tho death of Photo shows character of the was In 1897 made his father the Mexican army. Tho Besides his wife Superintendent. and daughter he leaves two sons, Peter B. Holland, Secretary and Treasurer of the New Muldoon George Monument Company .and W. Holland, Jr., a clerk in the City Engineering Department. Mr. Holland was a respected and active member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Catholic Knights of Quarrelling Among Themselves America, Louisville Elks, Woodas "Was Democratic Custom man of tho World and Moso Green Club, and was popular throughout Formerlj . the city. Tho funeral was held Thursday morning from the Cathedral, when many assembled to assist at the requiem high mass and Chilton and Searcy Lose Control pay their tribute of respect. ADD HOLLAND. of Republican Party to Col. James P. Whallen, Frank Original Leaders. McGralh, John Barry, Joseph Tobe, Edward Hcitz, John Scheiltz, Raymond Barrett and Peter Gerstle were tho pallbearers, the interment German-America- n Vote Being being in St. Louis cemetery. fitty-thre- o country nature SCOUTING IN MEXICO. In Mexico where tho United States troops have recently of the country retards progiess of these expeditions. REPUBLICANS as these two seem to be workl""? at cross purposes In the campaign It Is evident that there must have been a livoly discussion at that conference. Chairman Cantrlll has pleaded with the German-America- n Democrats to support the party nominee this fall, jv.hlle the Halde- - DOMINICANS Little Seed Planted In Kentucky Grows Into Mighty Tree. They Hac Given to Many Dioceses Their Pioneer Bishops. KENTUCKY DELEGATES. Miss the Louisville Ladles' Auxiliary, leave tomorrow morning to represent Kentucky in the national convention that opens in Boston on Tuesday. The order in Kentucky owes much to Miss Corcoran, who has been largely Instrumental In making the local auxiliary one of the strongest In the country, in recognition of which she has been honored with tho "highest offices in the gift of the State. Miss King has also been an earnest worker and has made an efficient State officer. It is needless to say Kentucky will be ably ropresented. Mary Corcoran, County President of the Hibernian Ladies' Auxiliary, and Miss Bertha King, State Secretary, both members of PIIYTHIAN'S Driven Out of Democratic Party By Tories. SELECTION GOOD Conspicuous Are Their Magnifi- Churclics Throughout the fully maintain tho great and thriving University of St. Thomas at Manila. Here we might mention that since the foundation of the Foreign Missionary Seminary at Osslnlng, N. Y., the Dominican Fathers of the Providence of St. Joseph have in a peculiar way given d support to this their great and deserving work, and the apostolic spirit, ever a chief trait of the order, is manifested today in the presence at Maryknoll of two professors wearing the habit ot the Friars Preachers. In the short space of ten years the community In the House of Studies, Brookland, D. C, has had a rapid growth. The number of novices in the community that first took possession of the House of Today tho Studies was thirty. beautiful and Imposing College of the Immaculate Conception houses sixty-eignovices, eight student priests, twelve professors and seven Every available room Is occupied. The community Is by far the largest or those grouped about the university. Their three mission bands have headquarters at the central points of the mission fields. The Eastern band at St. Vincent Ferrer's, New York City; the Western band at Holy Rosary Convent, Minneapolis, and the Southern band at St. Louis The Bertrand's church, Louisville. Superiors of the bands are Father J. "Healy, In the East; Rev. C. M. Theunte. In the West, and Father M. J. Ripple, In the South. whole-hearteht Sons of St. Dominic who success- Seventy-Eig- ht cd to German Detention Camps. WOULD Prisoner Iteniov BRIBE IRISH EDITOR Irish Press News Service. r InnHoi. John Redmnnd i. Irish Nationalists, on Wednesdav issueu a statement characterizing tho speech of the Marquis of LarJ aowne m tne House of Lords Tuesday as a declaration of war me lnsn people. He says that the speech was a breach laitn apparently made with thd tentlon of wrecking lm now tlons for n. rnmnrnnilco "i Lord Lansdown's nnnorh nan insult to Ireland." aavn Mr. T?nrl niOnd in his ulntomnnl "II amounts to a declaration of war onl the Irish neonle and in nn nnnnnnrn. ment Of a DOllcv of pwrclnn If Mile, speech Is taken as representing the attitude and splilt of the Government towards Ireland, there Is an end to all hopes of a settlement. The speech seems to me to have been made with the deliberate object of wrecking the negotiations i .l tl for a settlement." Lansdowne advocates the maintenance of a garrison of 40,000 troops in Ireland under command of Gen. Maxwell. CATHOLIC SOLDIERS. Country. FOSTER HOLY NAME In the shadow of the Stars and Stripes flying over brigade headquarters at Camp Douglas, Wis., 3,000 members of the troops knelt SOCIETY before a pine table serving as an altar on Sunday. Company K, First Regiment, from Milwaukee", every member of which Is a Catholic, woodwork. Father O'Connell 'was tho first to fresco the old Cathedral, which has been again frescoed this year, and with its handsome painting, gifts to Bishop Flaget by Louis Philippe, presents a striking picture. This collection is valued at more than $1,000,000. The congregation has "The Crucifixion." but "The Flayby ing of St. Bartholomew," most Rubens, is pronounced the wonderful of all the paintings. It Is considered priceless. Each day there will be Bomo special entertainment for visitors on the college campus grounds, with a number of contests for which medals have been offered. The present pastor of St. Joseph's church, as tho church at Bardstown 1b now called. Is the Rev. Cornelius J. O'Connell, dean, who has been pastor hero since Many dignitaries of tho 1879. church will be present at the celebration, the Most Rev. John J. Glennon, Archbishop of St. Louis, preaching on Sunday morning. The programme for the five days is as been offered $100,000 for one, follows; Sunday morning Pontifical Tilgh mass, the Right Rev, Dom Edmond M. Obrecht, mitred Abbot of Geth-sema- ni Abbey, celebrant. Sermon by the Most Rev. John J. Glennon, D. D., Archbishop of St. Louis. Evening services at 7:30, when the sermon will bo preached by tho Rev. H. S. Spalding, S. J. Monday morning High mass and sermon by the Rev. R. J. Meaney, O. P. Cloverport. SOLDIER'S FAREWELL. h Joe Smith, of the fighting Regiment, bidding farewell to his son. Sixty-nint- ENCAMPMENT. Evening services at 7:30 with sermon by Rev. John Henry, of Tuesday morning High mass nnd sermon by Rev. W. D. Pike, of Fairfield. CONSISTORY IN NOVEMBER. Afternoon on campus ground there will be addresses by Rev. Hugh O'Sulllvan, Hon. Ben John It seems unlikely that a will be held before Novem son and Prof. John M. Coonoy. Evening services at 7:30, when ber. The number of Cardinals at the sermon will be preached by present In tho Sacred College is t, so that there are twelve Rev. Thomas J. Hayes, of Bowling One of the difficulties vacancies. Green. Wednesday morning High mass, of holding a consistory at present the necessity that and in the afternoon the colored arises from people will be addressed by Rev. would ensue of replacing Cardinal io at Vienna, Jam ee L. Whelan and Rev. Peter Scaplnelll, con-Istory Btty-elghPro-Nunc- The Uniform Rank, Catholic Knights of America, under command of Gen. Michael Rclchert and Capt. Oscar Maier, will hold their annual encampment tomorrow at Spring Bank Park, These encampments have always been enjoyable, and nil Catholic Knights and their Besides friends will be welcome. (he military maneuvers thero will be spirited field contests and baseball In the afternoon. Rations will be served at 12 and 5 o'clock. Breltner. Evening services at 7:30 and sermon by Rev. William Talbott. s. J. Thursday morning High mass and sermon by the Right Rer. Denis O'Donaghue, D, D Bishop' at Munich, both of whom according to all precedent will come to Rome at the next con- and Cardinal Fruewlrth, Pro-Nunc- io sistory to receive the hat and will not return to their respective nunciatures. It has repeatedly been said and often demonstrated that the Democrats could be depended upon to start a factional row among themT. M. PYTHIAN. selves at the oUtset or in the heat ot. a Dolitical camnaicn. but ludclntr iinaiupapers contiMMS. dailykto abuse from tho results orlltofastfex? this clasVof BUzeaim-1itfr",'us1nT- r years some one has wished that every method to drive them Into the failing on the Republican party and support of Hughes, Ihe lesult bewished It with a vengeance. It ing that thousands of n was predicted that the nomination Democrats In Louisville, of Hughes would heal the breach Coington and Newport are openly between the Republicans and Pro- deserting tho Democratic ticket. It gressives and Immediately following has been demonstrated Just lately tho Chicago convention both would that the "hyphenates" are patriotic meet together In harmony. But citizens and it has been proven such Is far from the case. Hardly often that this class of Democrats a day passes but from every part of are preferred to the the Union comes dispatches telling Tory Demociats who, in of bitter quarrels in Republican and many instances, bolt the ticket, and Progressive gatherings, tho latter may not even vote if the weather element balking at flocking back Is not to their liking. wholesale into the G. O. P. ranks, It is often the custom for the and if you want to see the average press to refer to a political appointBull Mooser rage just mention the ment as a popular one, but here fs fact that Teddy in his letter to the one instance when this can bo said Progressive convention bid them go and said truthfully, and that Is the back. Roosevelt's betrayal and de- appointment of 1 M. Phythian as sertion of tho Progressives has done Warden or the Frankfort Penimore to hurt the Republican cause tentiary by Gov. Stanley. "Mack" than If he had agreed to accept tho Is well and favorably known all Progressive nomination and ran over the State, being ever loyal to again. An a candidate he would not his friends In a campaign and his have received near the vote he re- ability as an organizer is too well ceived In 1912, but ho would have known to mention here. Gov. Stankept many of his followers from ley and his appointee are both due going into tho Democratic party, as for congratulations. they have no other recourse. They simply can not go back to the ReTHEY MADE GOOD. publican party, because In many Instances they burned their bridges The returns are .nearly all in for behind them by bitterly attacking the picnic of the Catholic Orphan local leaders of the G. O. Society, and the reports read Mondifferent P., and they realize they would, day evening caused intense satishave no chance while these same faction. Tho receipts and expenses leaders control. booth and feature were Right hero in Kentucky there Is of every system suggested by A J. read, the a factional fight in the Republican Chappell, party which bddes no good for the Committee General Chairman of the on Arrangements., party's success in November, and followed, an exact accountingbeing for row. that is the Hert is a new man to Republican every dollar expended and received politics, up to several years ago being made. Full reports are not being Warden of tile Indiana Peni available at this time, but enough tentiary, while Mr. McCullough Is is known to indicate that the sum the well known distiller of Owens-bor- realized will range between ?G,000 conThese figures with a large personal follow- and ?6,500. ing throughout the State, who re- vincingly show that tho Catholics sent his throw-dow- n for National of Louisville and of the diocese' Committeeman, and others In the are sympathetic and full of love party resent tho honors and pres- for the orphans. Attention is called to the resotige given Hert, a new man In the ranks, and this latter class openly lution published in another colthanking the donors of say that he is not the choice of umn Kentucky Republicans, but was articles, workers and visitors at the shoved on the party by outside in- picnic for their This fight of the Is a simple expression of thanks, fluences. The local party presents a humorous aspect but all Interested aro assured it to the outsider. When the Republi- comes from the heart, and it is can party was out in tho cold Ches- - hoped that God's blessing will ever ley Searcy and J. M. Chilton took attend these good men and women full charge of the party's affairs nil through their lives. Rev. C. 'P. and had even earned the title of Raffo, In a few well chosen remachine dictators, it being rumored marks on tho good work done by from time to time that one had to the officers, commended all the com have the O. K. of these two before mlttees nnd the ladies for their announcing for honors In that party. splendid work acd thanked them But it now seems that, In the lanname the the society guage of the turf, they were only In the results otaccomplished. for Rev. leading on sufferance. Just as soon srert Monaghan also congratulated P. M, a3 the fortunes of the party ap tho society on the good work ac comes Mar- compllshed, referring to peared brighter along the splenshall Bullitt, Dick James and others did received from the whom we haven't heard from in persons, espepeople four years, who take charge of the cially at large. All who have not local machine and wave Messrs. Searcy and Chilton back to the yet made returns for the picnic, favor by ranks. This means that Dr. Lewis would confer a th'e society comaa Ryans will be given an even break municating with Returns for In the Congressional race and he RDeedlly as possible. tickets should be made to John J. will win easily. Congressman Cantrlll. Chairman Shelley, 1321 South Floyd street. of the Democratic Campaign ComLEADS ALL BUT ITALY. mittee, was here this past week, The hierarchy of the United and according to the Courier-Journwas In conference with Gen. States is bow moVe numerous than W. B. Haldeman. The result ot this that of any country exeept Italy, conference was not given out, but It numbers 111 Bishops. German-AmericaCourier-Journal-Times gh o, - ticket-holder- s, al planted by the marched In a body to tho service. Rev. George Pollock read the mass. ploneei colony of Dominicans who Father Robert Condon In his sermon came to this country In 1804, set- praised continued peace, but ad- tling In Kentucky near Springfield, innnlnhpd tho snldln.rs! "If war does has grown Into a mighty tree whose come may you, as the armlcs'ibefore leaves are for the healing of the vou. nlant the Stars and StrlDes. on nntlnn .,,,, Jh(illPpmostfapeak3oPheJcapUaloti i..TST Him The Dominican Fathers, athelr theuTJIontezutnas"'Whlle-wB- T name of Friars Preachers clearly in- shall wage no war for acquisition dicates, are primarily preachers and of territory, for my part, when the teacheis. It seems to be character- war Is over I should not regret If istic of the Dominican to enter a new constellations should shine in field ot labor as pioneer and then, tho blue of our flag." after giving his entire energy to his mission, to retire and leave the harvest to other laborers of tho WW Lord. They gave to New York its Bishop In the person of Right first Rev. Luke Concanen, O. P., who was destined never to reach his see. Just one hundred years have elapsed since Bishop Connelly, O. P., set On his arrival foot In New York. lie found but four priests. by such a handicap, he soon set on foot vast plans for the tuture of tho diocese, only to bo palled to his reward In 1825 when his projects were beginning o be lealized. Turn to another section of the country, to the Middle West, and here we see a Dominlran, as first Bishop of Cincinnati, the Right Rev. Edward Fenwlck, O. P. For ten years he labored unceasingly, untlf his strength spent, he fell a victim of the cholera. Again, Nashville, Tenn., claims a son of St. Dominic. Richard Plus Miles, O. P., as Its first Bishop." His successor was likewise a Dominican, Bishop James Whalen, and one of. the first Bishops of St. Paul, Minn., was tho Right Rev. Thomas Grace, O. P. The discoverj of gold in California In 1848 opened a new field in tho West for emigiatlon. Catholics In laige numbers were among those who hurried after the woalth whlcji would make easier the hard struggle of life. With the arrival of the settlers there was to be found a young Dominican who had been lately consecrated the first Archbishop of San Francisco. He was Joseph Sadoc Alemany. Dominican parishes, young and old, have proved themselves strong I fc iww to their In faith, in their loyalty HONORED FOR BRAVERY. Bishops and allegiance to the Holy Victor Chapman, who was wound See. Practical Catholicity is the universal characteristic of Domini- ed In a recent air duel, honored can parishioners. The most prac- with military medal. tical manifestation of their Catholicity is In their churches, monu PAY LAST RESPECTS. ments raised to the faith and lasting memorials both of slncero apAt the meeting of Division 4, A. preciation of the efforts of the Do- O. H Tuesday evening in Bertrand minican Fathers and of love of God. Hall prayers were offered for the The churches of Dominican parishes repose of tho soul of George are among the most beautiful In Holland, one of the veteran memtheir several dioceses. Conspicuous bers of the division, and a comexamples mute composed of James J. are the Cathedral-lik- e Thomas J. Langan and D. J. Church or St. Vincent Ferror, New to draft York, now in process of erection; Rellly were appointed the Church of St. Antoninus, New- suitable resolutions. On Wednesday ark, N. J., nnd our own St. Louis evening the members, led by PresiBertrand's. dent John H. Hennessy, called at Thousands of branches of the the Holland residence In a body, Rosary Confraternity have ben es where the rosary was recited for tho tablished throughout the land, some reposo of his soul. concept of Its enormous memberORPHANS SEE GAIvm. ship may be had from the fact that on tho register of St. Vincent FerCity, there Sixty of the orphan boys of St. rer's Convent, New York are enrolled the names of 800.000 Thomas Orphanage were the guests of Owner Wathen, of the Louisville Rosarlans. The Holy Name Society has in the ball club, and Manager Joe team, past six years been blessed with a of the Minneapolis growth unheard of In confraternity Monday afternoon, the boys being history. In that time new societies taken in tow by Councilman Tom have been erected to the number of Dolan and Deputy County Assessor 2,500, including those established Edward Brennan. The Louisville high schools, Railway Company furnished a large in many colleges, penal and other institutions. In car to take the little fellows to and each diocese there has also been from the park and Ben Dudley, the erected what is knowa as the dio local Insurance maa, set Jm up to cesan union. The union is the cen peanuts during the game. The little seed Un-'i"nt- ed Mc-TigCan-tlllon, According to the London morning papers of Tuesday it probably will be well Into the year 1917 beforo tho new Irish Parliament is set up. Little can be done other than the Introduction of the bill before Parliament rises early In August for a recess of from six to eight weeks, so that the passage of the bill is not likely before late October. Premier Asquith, In explaining the Irish agreement In the House ot Commons, said that it was proposed that tho bill should remain in force during the wat and twelve months thereafter, -- nomadeffurthervij-rgslon'-byjtliai- ' and if JParlIamea had (ujjiu jurs as uovernraeni TPtwrwTiiuTgsriii-imperHHatir- or lretana iwspenoojouiurBexiefcaed to.,p-tiVe, tho ' Prime Minister said, would have control of the defense of the realm act. Mr. Asquith said tho new bill would contain general provision reserving for the exclusive authority of the Imperial Parliament and Government not only tho navy and army, but all matters emanating out of tho war. He emphasized that there was no Intention on tho part of those who might bo associated with Government of Ireland to encroach In any way in regard to a successful continuation of the war. "We have hero," said the Premier, "an arrangement such as never was possible before," and he appealed to the House to take advantage of the opportunity whlcu might never recur. Irish Press News Service "It would be Infinitely better to remain as we are for fifty years to come, under English rule, than to accept these proposals." The above words aro from 'Cardinal Loguo, Primate of all Ireland and head of tho Catholic church In Ireland, the successor of St. Patrick, after a line of fifteen centufles of Irish Bishops. Thus the Cardinal and Bishops McKenna, McHugh, McRory and Mulhern, of Ulster, repudiate the agreement ot John Redmond, Sir Edward Carson e to establish a and State within Ireland along religious lines Tho Protestant Bishops have also protested against "a policy of dismemberment." They predict civil and religious war in tho counties affected. The Bishops announce that tho division of Ireland is a voluntary surrender of the national ideal and that such division will lead to religious fueds after the war. Bishop McHugh says that the bill introis intended duced to conciliate American opinion and to remove, obstacles which stand as a barrier in the way of England's claim to speak in defense of the rights of small nations when the affairs of Europe must be settled at the end of the war. John Redmond states that the exclusion of the Protestant counties is only a temporary arrangement, but Sir Edward Carson Insists that the exclusion of the Protestant counties from the home rule bill is final and definite. As evidence that the exclusion is considered permanent an executive is to be established in Belfast with all the machinery of government, but without any connection with the capital of Ireland. Lloyd-Georg- Irish Press News Service. All the members of Parliament th of the County Cork, comprising of tho area and population of Ireland, havo united in a protest against the home rulo bill as limited only to Catholic sections of Ireland. They prefer to remain as they are rather than to see Ireland divided along the lines of Catholic and one-seven- Protestant alists and repudiated the compact on the ground that civil war will follow in the districts affected. The Derry section of ,the Irish Volunteers Insist that the act will the nation and will lead to I misery and disaster. disin-trega- te Unionists, hitherto opposed to the United Ireland party, all Protestants, have united with the Nation- territories. The Cork JKKODXJOBTSr 1 XXSH: ., , AJSdOBtXGAJS:m WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED in 1 UrvM te to Seial aai Mtril EVERY SATURDAY. Aaraacwsnat el Mth AanrkaM ana CsJteHct OMetaMy Indereed fcy AsdJwU Itutttvto aad Gatksate 0der o Hteemiaas, XaJgfcta o( Antrfca. Ymz M"' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PHtNTHMGI CO,, Incorptntoi, rbattafcera SINKHJ3 COPY gc 4VRSCKIPTI0N PRtCB, ONB DOLLAR PBR YBAR Stewart Dry Goods Co INCORPORATED Jn ConnejciiQaMhjJaraesJlc.Creery & CoNewiyork. Asrssll C.smmsUatteM te tss KNTUCK7 WWH AMBWGHU15-2- I West QVw St. Be the Judge Yourself of ffigADES (ffiffil COUNCIL These Men's Suits GOING ON SALE AT LOUISVILLE, KY. . . .SATURDAY, JULY IS, 1916. avoided. But it has been postponed at any rate. That is something. There is no telling what a war with Mexico would lead to while our present policy of balking and backing is in vogue. We can't afford a war unless we are to go H0IIICIBL12 AND CRIMINAL. In pictures and accompanying lecture, It is criminal to allow them to bol given at theaters which are open to! Uio general public. The subject or motherhood is too sacred to bo The producers of commercialized. are converting into money the film the morbid curiosity of young boys and girls. The accompanying lecture is devoted almost entirely lo a description of tne dangers mai It young mothers without the lot anesthetics such as are used Twilight Sleep." The gruesome kiptions of the horrible fate kng those not employing this Iiethod is disheartening to any wife. The lecturer at one of rexhlbitions said: "There is not Baby in the world worth the sui ting its mother went through to Five it birth." The statement is False, as countless happy mothers "will bo glad to testify. Though toll and suffering by decree of nature accompany the birth of a child, when the new life appears all the toll and suffering are forgotten in the Joy and blessed maternity. There is enough immorality and child murder In married Hfo and it will be increased by this lying commercialism. The methods employed are the strongest indictments of "Twilight Sleep." If any leputable physicians believe in It they should use their Influence to prevent it, it being brought to the level of cheap burlesque. GENTLE A film on a scientific discovery "Twilight anesthetics called Sleep" is going the- rounds of our We know nothing of the cities. merits of the now discovery, but from what we have heard of the through with it. - $10.00 A GROUP OF ODD jLOTS OF SUITS. We have gone through much of our stock and grouped many lots in which one and two suits remain ten dollars takes your choice or these no matter what the former price may be. Included are all sizes 31 to 46, in conservative models, Eng lish models and pinch-bacmodels, the suits being mainly in fancy patterns, a few blue serges being included. All Alterations Made Free of Charge. k RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION. to the Tho following dispatch New York Times from the field headquarters of the American expedition in Mexico gives an idea of the religious persecution practiced by the Carranza administration in Mexico: music, Divine worship without priest, tho sacrament or vestments, with only women and children present, was viewed Sunday at Naml-qulp- a by sightseers from the AmeriIn a can expeditionary column. church built two years before tho start of tho American War of Independence, under the faint light of sunshine sifting In through breaks In the roof, a few Mexican women and children knelt on the floor. One candle, stuck In a beer bottle, DAY COMING EVENTS. 9 July Lawn fete and dind ner for Holy, Cross church, and Broadway. July 20 Retail Grocers' outing at Fontaine Ferry Park. July 25 Grand barbecue and picnic at Woodland Park for new ' home for Sisters of St. Paul's church. July 25 Mackln Council picnic and outing at Fern Grove. July 20 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 Exsurslon to Jasper, Ind., under auspices of Catholic Knights of America. Lawn fete for St. August 2 on church church, Columba's and Market. grounds, Thirty-fift- h August 9 St. Joseph's Orphan orphanage on Society picnic grounds. 7 August Annual' lawn fete for benefit of Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, on hospital grounds. August 17 Picnic of St. Aloyslus church, Pewee Valley. September 3 Excursion to Mammoth Cave, auspices of Trinity 18-1Thirty-seconall-da- DREAMS. Misses entertaining been and Genevieve Barren, visit ors from Memphis, Tenn. Mary have Fourth Floor. y Miss Fannie Kennedy, of West St. Catherine street, who has been ill at the infirmary fo tho past week, is mproving nicely. Misses Bezzle and Nellie Hannan will leave next Tuesday to spend several weeks in Michigan and at Bohn Syphon Refrigerators. Here at $48 to $150 Every style of refrigerator of this famous make is to be had here at Stewart's, The syphon system, which is exclusively a feature of these refrigerators, alone warrants your consideration of them. the Northern lake resorts. Illuminated the altar. There were no pews and the worship was in complete silence. One of these women, learned, since It was banditry, revolution and unfavorable legislation have all but closed the church, has taken upon herself the office of janitor and, as nearly as she may, that of priestess. On saints' days and Sundays she, with the women who still cling to their religion, dress in their best drab clothing, it is and perform such rites of worship as are left to them. Near tho door stands a largo wooden cross, which the women reverently kissed as they left the church. CAN NOT SAY YET. Edward C. Kelly and wife left Saturday for Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Now York, Pittsburgh and Washington, to be gone two wcolrs Miss Clara Angemcier left Sunday night for Athens, Ga., to be the guest of Miss Frances Peebles and Miss Eleanor Davis in Birm- 1-- $19.50 Surety Refrigerators $t0.50 White Enameled-lined ingham. 10-1- Pierce Dixon, who is studying for the priesthood at St. Meinrad's. Ind., is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dixon, In Jeffersonville. turned Miss Eleanor Newman by Miss Margaret Newman, Refrigerators, in the lifting top style, with capacity of fifty pounds of ice. Refrigerators $5.75 $28 Refrigerators $20.50 $42 Refrigerators $28.75 Side-doo- r Style RefrigeAt $5.75 A Kitchenette Apartment House Style Refrigerators, with vitrified rators, with white enameled Refrigerator, with enameled porcelain lining. Capacity of linining and capacity of one lining speialized here at hundred pounds. 75 pounds. Stewart's. from Frankfort, has refl accom-panie- SriMTS UNAFRAID. X. Americans muBt understand that Ireland is to have no such free Klein. government as has been granted was Miss Bettie McKenna, Canada, Australia or the Boers, the guest of Mrs. Charles who Thix-toG. are bound to England whose ties has returned to her home at by. charters of liberty In all home Fairfield. affairs. Miss Margaret Duffy, of Dallas, the guest The hearing of the appeal of Sir Texas, isMrs. Laura of her Id JefDuffy, Roger Casement, sentenced to death fersonville. for complicity in the Irish rebellion, Mrs. John Mahoney had as- her has been fixed to take place Monchoose. d for the shalL my feet not walk astray, day. watched with In- guests Mahoney past week Mrs. Yet It will be and children, of my way I shall not lose, terest throughout the world. Tho' dark, New Haven. For this way is the darkest way. After war's scourge has passed ST. ANN'S PICXIO. Miss Mary Decoursey, of Highthese memories of these gentle spirland Park, has been visiting her The people of St. Ann's parish aunts, the Misses Decoursey, South its who sacrificed their lives upon the altar of liberty will remain as are making great preparations for Sixth Btreet. their annual picnic to be given at a benediction upon their country- Spring Bank Park on Wednesday, Lawrence Hines, of St. Louis, is come, July 2G. The usual social games the guest of his sisters, Misses men, now and in the ages to in the and their dauntless deeds a source will tako place game afternoon, and Margaret and Katherlne Hines, in baseball beof emulation to the heroes of free- an interesting knownofamateur clubs Jeffersonville. tween two well every land. , It is warming will be a feature of the picnic. Endom in is home McGrath Col. to one's heart to believe that they tertainment will be provided for all. after a Frank at Atlantic City, Mrs. stay and A fine chicken supper will be served McGrath and family to remain unmet their Maker clear-eye-d from 5 to 8 o'clock. Admission to til next month., serene, gentlemen unafraid, the park is free. Every arrangement will be made for the" pleasure South Mr. and Mrs. J. Ford, WOULD GAIN LITTLE. and entertainment of visitors, T.ouieville, had as guests the past .veek Mr. and Mrs. Henry 8lrams, WILL UK NO WAlt. The United States could have of Dayton, Ohio. little to gain from a war with Tlarrv Meeh&n. formerly of this Little Florence Marie and Ijfary But at the city, but now located In Arizona, Mexico at anytime. present time the only justification close to. the Mexican line, wrues Alice Nelligin left with thejr aunt, place the exist- Miss Alice Nelligan, to spend two for war would be the impossibility from Roosevelt, isa not to weeks in tbe country. which avoiding it. We do not flatter ence of The opinion outknown he of there, many. The Misses Rlordan, pf Portland, ourselves that toe war has been says, is that there will be no war. n, from the resurrected Verses works of the three Irish poets Pearso, McDonagh and Plunkett shot to death by English firing Tads as members of the abortive Republic of Ireland, carry with thought that them the convincing their melancholy genius of song was Intertwined with the- fatal gift of foresight. To them, says the Cinwas revealed cinnati Enquirer, aforetime the tragic end to which they should come with their backs to a Dublin wall and their faces to In his native a file of rifles. 'Gaelic, Pearse, the quiet schoolmaster of St. Enda's, said: I set my face To the road here before me, To the work that I see, To the death that I shall meet! translated it, Thomas He who McDonagh, in lines written to his little son on St. Cecilia's day, 1912, thus foreshadowed the future: God to you may give the sight, the clear, undoubting And strength; ' Wars to knit for single right, Freedom's war to knit at length, And to win, through wrath and strife, To the sequel of my life. Plaintive complaint he made that he had followed heights and sought things which the unrealized sequel never brought. Among these quested treasures wore "wild and precious holy things flaming with a martyr's blood." And the Joy that laughs and sings Where a foe must be withstood, Joy or headlong, happy chance, Leading on the battle dance. Weakest of them all physically, the note of Joseph Mary Plunkett, editor of the Irish Review, is highest and clearest. Mystical and religious he' was termed, but the strong man speaks in the opening stanza of his poem, "The Dark Way." If he had forseen the sharp finish of his existence he had also accepted the thorns and spins of his crown of martyrdom. No other construction can bo placed upon tho i sentiments here expressed: Rougher than death tho road I - the Presidential campaign will be fought this year. The hyphen, as an Issue, has fallen flat The tariff has been worn out. Most of tho Democrats are moderate protectionists anyway. And Mexico is still in too chaotic condition to make a good Issue. But when the campaign opens up there will be no dearth of Issues. Politicians can manufacture them more quickly and more perfectly than any ammunition plants can turn out the necessaries of war. -- It is hard to say on what Issuo Council, Y. M. I. who is visiting her brother, William C. Newman, and family. Abbie returned Chester yesterday Fort Thomas, from where she had been visiting her brothers, Boyd and Edmund, members of tho First Regiment. Miss BASEMENT SGJGIETY. f BIGHT TO EXULT. The True Voice notes that some of its esteemed contemporaries are finding fault with the Baptist brethren for their rejoicing over tho nomination of Justice Hughes. The Baptists have a right to exult over Hughes If they feel that way. They have also a right to adopt congratulatory resolutions if they so choose. Only if they asked support of his religion of him on score should we be entitled to criticise them. While we claim Justice- - for ourselves let us be fair to others. JOHN HULL BAFFLED. Blind with rage because of the German merchant submarine and the breaking of the blockade, the British Government foolishly requests this Government to declare the unarmed Deutschland a war vessel. success of the HARDLY COXSISTEXT. John T Carroll, of 'South S street, .U.c has bepn ill av Mrs. V. Link, of Portland, has Sts. Marv and Elizabeth Hospital returned from Oldenburg, Ind. Is convalescing rapidly nnd Is to rtveive his friends. of Jefferson, Miss Grace Shannon, visiting at Terro Haute. ville, is .Miss Edna Boone was entertained quite extensively during her visit at 'Miss Helen Finnegan Is at homo Lawrenceburg, whero she was the in Jeffersonville, after a visit at guest of Miss Margaret Rlpy. They Madison. were classmates at Nazareth Academy. Miss Rose Moran, of Frankfort, Is here visiting Miss Everin, South Miss Virginia Cowan, of Dayton, Ohio, who is the guest of the Misses O'Ncll, West precklnrldge Miss Virginia McCarty left Satur- street, will return today from Jefday for Natural Bridge, to spend fersonville, accompanied by Miss Emma Kennedy. ten days camping. now-able Boys' Confirmation Suits Now is the time and Levy's is the place to get them The "Confirmation Suit" is a specialty in this store we have studied for years how to give you the best and most for vour money. They are beautifully made of fifty-fiv- e RETAIL GROCERS' ALL-DAY OUTING Thursday, July 20, Fontaine Ferry Park Special Vaudeville in Theater Free Concert in Park Bargains Than Ever at Country Store Better Get the Ford Automobile For 10c See the Baby Show, the Ice Cream Eaters And Watermelon Contest Special Prizes in Each Contest. in the Big Pool. See the Swimmer Misses Regina and Rena Lee, of family left today for a ten days' New Albany, are in New York City visiting their brother, Harry Lee, vacation at Sparta. and Mrs. Lee. They will also visit Miss Virginia O'Donnell Is spend relatives in Washington, Baltimore ing the week-en- d with Miss Grace and other places, remaining away until September. McCrory In Portland. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Driscoll and Mrs. Emma Mattlngly and son-l- n Mrs. Robert E. Ryan chilhave returned from a short stay law, Patrick J. Hanlon, and Long dren, Misses Louise, Mary at French Lick Sprjngs. Hanlon, are at Patrick and Mrs. Miss Virginia Watson is having Wequetonslng, Mich., whero a pleasant visit at Bardstown, the Mattlngly and tho Misses Hanlon will spend' the summer at their cot guest of Mrs. R. H. Edelen. ' Mr, nnd the best fabricsobtainable pleasingly styled and carefully tailored; with Grand Barbecue and Picnic ADMISSION FREE At Woodland tage. Miss Dora Barrett has returned from a delightful visit to the Misses Foley at Pewee Valley. KNIGHTS' EXOURSIOX. Knickerbocker knee pantn or long pants. They are positively the best that can be made at their respective prices. $4.00 and upwards. Park, Preston Street, Near Kentucky . visit relatives utnll September. Miss Those who would have a really Miss Mamie Hays left Wednesday good time are waiting for the exfor New Mexico, where she will cursion of the Catholic Knights of Meadow-broqk, TUESDAY. JULY 25, 1916 ing day. Why is it that the wealthy automobile speeder is always given a . Miss Mary Mandlehr has as her money tine for punishment, while guest Miss Aline Donley, of Frankthe poorer class and jitney bus fort, who will be here for several Mary Malone, of was a Sunday guest of the Misses O'Donnell at Douglas Park. drivers are punished with a tence in jail? sen- weeks. America to Jasper and Ferdinand, Ind., which takes place on Sunday, July 30. It will be over the Southern railway, the train leaving depot nt 7:45 the Seventh-strein the morning. Committees are busy preparing to mnko this the greatest ever given, and promise a pleasing reception and amuseMany have ments for everybody. already secured their tickets. et LEVY'S 1 Third and Market. CLUB OUTING. For the benefit of the Sisters' New Home ef St. Paul's-RC. Church. In case of rain postponed to the followEuchre and Lotto, afternoon and evening, at 2:30 and I 8:30 o'clock. Good Music. Dinner or Supper 25c. DEMOCRATIC of South Mrs. T. F. Sweeney, Louisville, was In Frankfort this week visiting her sister, Mrs. John RETURNS TO LORETTO. forty-thre- ?innd-mothe- r, - Wini-frie- Sister Mary Edward, of the e Lorettlno order, who for years has taught pupils at the parochial school of the Church of on the Immaculate Conception Eighth street, has returned to her remaining Loretto to spend years in quiet. During her long service at this ono school she has taught many who are now prominent in the business life in the city, as many of the older German families were years ago members of this congregation. HOWLING GREEN WEDDING. Miss Edith Arllne Stiff and Emmons Orval Pearson, a successful grocer, were married at Bowling Green on Wednesday by Rev. T. J. Hayes, rector of St. Joseph's church. The attendants were Miss Lorinne MACKIN COUNCIL. Burch and Joseph Burch, Jr. The couple left for Louisville and CinMackin Council had a well atcinnati. The bride is a daughter of tended and interesting meeting Mon J. Preston Stiff. day night. The reports were very gratifying and showed The Best Straight Whisky On Earth that the ST. LEO'S PICNIC. council is having a very successful Many in this locality are looking year, the Indebtedness for the re. forward to the annual picnic of St. modeling and refurnishing of the church of Highland Park, club house having been considerably INCORPORATED Leo's which is to. be given at Thorns-berry- 's reduced. Sole Owiiri Registered Dist. No. 33 near the church Grove, 27. FATHEH MALONEY PLACED. grounds, on Thursday, July West Main Street Many city people attend this picnic Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 every year in order to aid this The Rev. James Maloney, recently struggling parish, which under ordained, lias been appointed assistthe tion Father John Augustine's church FATHfiR ABELL DOING NICELY, Abell,of who Rev. been seriously M. Father Fitzgerald, the 'pastor, has ant pastor of St. people has ill of that the past few at Lebanon. The made rapid strides parishioners will at St. Joseph's Infirmary. It is Ills friends and are fortunate is having years and Is now starting the build now thought he will soon be able to, is be glad to learn that ing of a new sends tor tne coming this energetic young priest assigned decided Improvement inthere condi a retura to his charge. the to them'. . Mason: entertain with their annual outing Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as tomorow at the Klondyke Outing close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and Camn and a banner crowd is ex night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable pected to bo on hand, the promoters chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. having been working earnestly for the past month to make this the biggest success in tho ciud's History. The Committee of Arrangements are Al Rosenberg, Chairman: John J. Barry, Ben Schulman, Will SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. iam Dennis, T. J. Garvey, Jerome King. John Riehlman, Joe Koehler, Botb Fhones 2300. .Joe Byrne, George Floyd, Nell Funk, Hoy C. Nelson, L. Karem, Dr. Burks, J. F. Caldwell, Rush SALE or EXCHANGE. Ike Katz, George Gratenhoff, Dr. F. Coblens and Nathan Mendelget $5.00 AND UP. sohn. Take Fern Creek car and off at Seaton's Station, where auto (mWmT T you to tho grounds. trucks will tako CO. The hustling Democrats of this club INCORPORATED. enhave a reputation as hosts and 333 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phone 135 tertainers and visitors are assured of a spdendid day's outing. ss Tho Social Democratic Club will AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE Chawk & Smith Auto Co. JJ Wat-kin- s, .AJN fe y-- CHIXDERS ELECTRIG OLDBARBEE J-NO- T. BARBEE & CO. con-(relati- .anssffOMJOBrsF RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. 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Treasurer Pat Connelly. ROASTED BY US DAILY JOHN B. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. THOS. J. BRODERIOK RECEXT DEATHS. Cumb. South tlio Cook If CofToo Is Not Good 140-- A. Your DIVISION 4. Meets" Second and Fourth'Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. TRY LUBBERS JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE. KY, ITRAJNTK SHEET METAL PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE HIBERNIANS. News Notes. 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee Home Phono City 10OO 4392-- J Zane Street What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General The national convention will open Tuesday and will not adjourn before Saturday. The priests won from the lawyers in the ball game at the picnic of the Denver Knights. Ladies' Auxiliary No. 5 of San Francisco raided a handsome sum Residence Phone, Pewee Valley SEE POOLEY to swell the Irish relief fund. Phone, City 3180. CONFIDENTIAL The California State convention FOR MONEY at San Diego on August 15 will RELIABLE JOS. DALY be the largest ever held on the F. R. POOLEY coast. CONTRACTING PAINTER Building Room 1, Courier-JournThe Ladles' Auxiliary of Denver 415 Fourth Street 120 AVest Green Street, Louisville, Ky. opened its new hall in the Charles building with a very successful initiation. ' m Minneapolis Hibernians are preparing for a monster field day next month, to be held on the St. Thomas Athletic grounds. Utlca Hibernians will exempt fronrall dues and assessments members who enlist to uphold the honor AL. S. SMITH, PROP. of the Stars and Stripes. From all parts of the country today delegates are en route to Boston, where next week the Ancient Order will hold the greatest convention in its history. BOTH PHONES 810. Right Rev. Peter Muldoon, nrshop of Rockford, will preach the sermon the, in the Boston Cathedral at viass opening the national convention. Cardinal O'Connell will pre; side. Louisville will be represented at Boston by Miss Mary Corcoran and kUHmVVWUUVUUUWHmUVUMUWVVnnUUUUVHUVVUV Miss Bertha King, either of whom HOME PHONE; 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y would bo a valuable member of the National Board of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Louisville sent its splendid milicompany, tary the Hibernian Knights, commanded by Col. P. J. Breen, to the last Boston convention. They made an excellent showing and won praise for Kentucky. Mayor Curley will be toastmaster at the banquet to the national convention next Thursday night. Among those who will speak are Cardinal O'Connell, Gov. McCall, Senators 1t"H"H"I-H"M"frH"H'frI"Weeks and Lodge and Father York, of California. Military mass was celebrated In St. Peter's church at Rome, N. Y., 1 When the Hibernians presented a large American flag to the Boy Scouts. Present were the Grand 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Army Post, the Relief Corps and Sons of Veterans. Very Rev. Father Carson blessed the flag. 21-J. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Incorporated. was organized by citizens Headquarters for to make LOANS ' CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. See us about anything in real on furniture and other personal property at estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bid?., 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. Homo Phone City 4464. well-know- n Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Mrs. Emma Kelly, nged forty-ninRecording Secretary G. W. succumbed to typhoid fever Saturday morning, and Monday af- Buckle. ternoon her remains were laid to Treasurer G. J. Thornton. lest In Portland cemetery, the fuMarshal Theo. Buckle. neral taking place from the resiInside Sentinel James Radlgan. dence of her brother, John Lapsey, Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. 2701 Poitland avenue. She leaves a son, J. E. Kelly, and a daughter, Miss Emma Kelly, and four brothKNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS ers. e, Y. M. I. Saturday morning Death called Mrs. Beatrice Gregory, twenty-nin- e years old, wife of William J. GregMACKIN COUNCIL, 205. ory, 1608 Story avenue. The fu- Meots Monday Evenings at Club neral took place Monday morning, House, 344 North Twenty-sixtintermeril being in St. Louis cemePresident S. O. Hubbuch. tery. Surviving her are her mother, M. First Vico President F. Mrs. Michael Collins, her husband TELEPHONE 209 and a daughter and three sisters Schaad. Second Vico President R. L. two brothers. and h. WALTERS' (S Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE, EI. A Case off Good Judgment. Order a Case of FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. al i rQRAN W. Funeral SMITH'S SON-and Embalmer Director 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, i J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 East Main M fcoreet:. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Funeral Directors UAU1U M i: and Embaimers 4AUIUU VAiy EXPRESS SORROW. Helena's Club at its meeting last wees adopted memorial resolutions on the death of Sister Aurea, expressing deep sorrow over the loss of a beloved friend "whose long , and useful life was a true exponent of the first and greatest commandment and which so truly manifested the Bpirit of the beatitude of the wondrous Sermon on the Mount." The St. MONSTER BENEFIT. h rut i. 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We weald appreciate a visit from yoa wken ia the market fer tbeee " tends. Altar, Alb and SHrplioe Laee t at br tad aw Stytas and Stseta t reasonable) prle'. will ui. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 11 TT. Viva year 'boja aa Aaofttloa prepare xnna. 10 tkit Sogers Church Goods Co. 13 OHtrMa, a SrMtwar, SMterUIe, Ce4(.eteA Vr the Xaveriam Bri CTe loal. MleMtiae a4 Bitataew r PreMu-ator- DewUaMtL S, FOURTH AVE. lwtt otobh jmw There Is something fine and en nobling in the motto of the Fight ing the famous Irish regiment of New York City: "They never disobeyed an order. They fiever lost a flag." In this sentence is found the full duty of the soldier, obedience to superior authority and unflinching valor on the field of battle. As for relative values, these things are equal. Thrice has this historic organiza tion made itself ready for active service within a week after the call for duty was sounded. It was en route to the front eight days after Lincoln asked for volunteers in 1861, and was in the concentration camp seven days after order for President McKinley's troops was issued In 1898. Again It was the first ready to leave for the front through the lane of cheers and tears down which it has twlee marched to glory. How splendid It would be If every regiment American adopted its slogan, which will bear repeating: "They never disobeyed an order. They never lost a flag," Sixty-ninth, I Death entered the home of Sidney Solomon, 400 South Thirty-eight- h Lato News That Will Interest street, Sunday afternoon, taking Members Here and Elsefrom this world the where. daughter Lucille, who wafe the idol of the bereaved father and mother, for whom Is felt profound sympathy. Indianapolis expects to duplicate rne tunerai services were held Monday afternoon at St. Columba's Its big April class in September. church, Rev. Father Kalaher offiOklahoma City is preparing for ciating. the Initiation of another large class. Sioux City Council Is preparing Frank E. Doerhoefer, well known for throughout the city, died Tuesday fall. a big class of candidates in the afternoon at the residence of his More than 1,000 Knights were in brother, Marcus Doerhoefer, 213C Sherwood avenue. He leaves a wife line in the Milwaukee preparedness and four children, two brothers and parade. Many towns were represented at two sisters. For the bereaved wife and children there Is profound sym- tho successful initiation at Iowa. pathy. The funeral was held Thursday morning from St. James church, The oider in Oklahoma shows the Rev. Father Willet celebrating the largest Increase this year that has requiem mass. ever been recorded. With 300 members, all boosters. Stricken suddenly early Monday the success of the council at morning, Mrs. Annie Mackey, e Greeley, Neb., is assured. years old and widow of LawNeb., The Knights rence Mackey, died at her home, have Incorporatedof Greeley, purpose for the 52G North Seventeenth street. Mrs. hall in Mackey was for many years a re- of erecting a memorial spected resident of the West End, memory of Bishop O'Connor. Six members of the council at St. and her death wns a shock to her family and friends. She Is survived Joseph are In the Fourth Missouri by two daughters, George regiment. One is Colonel, one a Mrs. Dettllnger and Miss Annie Mackey, Captain and threo are Sergeants. During his tour just ended Peter and three sons, John, William and Edward Mackey, and a sister, Mrs. W. Collins spoke before more than Maurice Coll. Wednesday morning 150,000 people. At least forty promthe funeral was held from St. Pat- inent Masons presided oVer his lecrick's church, of which the deceased tures, and in a number of cases was a devout and regular comProtestant Bishops and ministers municant. held the chair. Among the speakers at the naThe funeral of Herman F. Wolt-rin- tional convention will be the Papal of 611 Shawnee Terrace, was Delegate, Archbishop John held Monday morning from Holy Archbishop Keane, of DuCross church, Rev. Father Brey con buque; Bishop James Davis, Hod. ducting the solemn services. The Joseph Scott, John H. Reddln and deceased was well known In Louis- Supreme Knight James Flaherity, ville business circles and was an active member of the Knights of AXXUAL If. OP C. PICNIC. Columbus, St. Joseph Orphan Society and Holy Cross church. He is The annual picnic of tho local survived by his wife, who was Miss Knights of Columbus and their Katie May Doerhoefer; two chil- families will be given at dren, his mother and father, Mr. Grove on Thursday, August 17,Fern and Mrs. Henry Woltring; two two boats to leave the First-stre- the brothers, Louis and Henry Woltring, 9 and 9:30 o'clock. Jr and four' sisters, Mrs. Jqhn wharf at Tobe, Mrs. Henry Hensel, Mrs. EdNAZARETH. win BIrkel and Mrs. Onls Nelton, the latter of Hammond, Ind. Sisters now There are twenty-on- e living at Nazareth who have passed Tho death of Miss Anna Noon their golden milestone and some removes from St. Patrick's parish a beyond that shining young woman of high character, many years last to attain this disThe who was a favorite In her circle of mark. was Sister Estelle, who last tinction friends. Miss Noon was the daugh- month registered the fiftieth anniter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Noon, versary of her first vows, and Is still of 516 North Eighteenth street, and active at the post of duty. years old. She was was twenty-fou- r possessed of a happy disposition and BECOMES BltlDE OF SOLDIER. many will mourn her from their midst. Miss Noon was stricken with Miss Clark, Superinpneumonia, and although her case tendent Genevieve of the Evansvllle Hospital, was hopeless she bore her suffering Mlddlesborough, and Dr. ft. L. with Christian fortitude and was of Kenough, of Pawtucket, R. I., were strengthened by the sacraments of married at St. Joseph's church, Pawher holy religion. Besides her par- tucket. The bride will remain at ents, Miss Noon leaves three sisters, Mlddlesborough until a successor rethe Misses Mary, Margaret and lieves her, while her husband, who Irene Noon, and a brother, Thomas Is a member of the hospital corps Noon, Jr. The funeral was held of the Rhode Island State Militia, is Tuesday morning from St, Patrick's church, Rev. Father Cronln celebrat- awaiting the call to the border. ing high mass of requiem and TOTAIi FOREIGN BOltX. preaching an Impressive sermon. There are in the United States WILL BUILD SOON. 500,000 more persons born In Germany than thero are inhabitants of Members of St. Anthony's con- Berlin; enough Italians to make ungregation in Jeffersonvllle have three cities, all of them larger than dertaken the work of raising funds Rome: enough Irishmen to make for a fine new parochial school. It four Dublins, and h as many is expected that work on the build- Canadians as there .are in Canada. ing will begin at an early date. Statistics from which the above result may be gathered were recently HOLY TRINITY'S FEST. compiled by political students from figures published some time ago by For tho benefit of the now Holy the National Geographic Society, Trinity church at St. Matthews with a view to ascertaining the apcounthere will be an proximate strength of the foreign-bor- n try picnic on the shady Staebler vote in the coming Presidential place on Chenowlth Lane, near the election. According to these figInterurban station, on Monday, July ures about one person of every 31. A. feature will be the country eight In the United States was born circus and band, with various other outside the country. The total amusements, refreshments and mu- - foreign born population of the counifitc, and for this occasion the people try Is estimated somewhere between of the congregation will serve a 13,000,000 and 14,000,000. Louissupper. bounteous chicken The ville Ms one of the oltles In which Pewee Valley and Walnut street the German population is greater linen will run extra ears during the than that of other foreign born groups. .. afternoon and evening. , f, three-year-o- ld sixty-threg, Bon-zano; et one-sixt- Cumb. Phone West 191 THE Home Phone 1913 WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. Said Ana-nros- a, at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent tUw ORUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. Fontaine FerryParK KIOH-CIASS VAUDEVILLE DANCING BAXD COXCERTS TO PARK Afternoon Tree. After 6 V. K. 10c. given with gato ticket to theater or Koou for admission dance pavilion. THE BIO SANITABY S AV I M M M I X G DAIIiY ADMISSION NOTEJ--Coupon FREE NOW OPEN POOL i w' y '"n FLORISTS Cut Flowers for all occasions. Sptclal attention given orders. out-of-to- MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- NEW NANZ a NEUNER CO. INCORPORATED. 2 NEW BLEND 65G Lbs. 1-- 2 057 Fourth Ave.. Louisville, K "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' Special rebat.e ticket good for 10c in trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend, Our Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values In Funeral Flowers ever offered in Louisville, For prompt delivery call ?23 both phones. JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. Go to Grayson Springs arwck n i 1 imtuniu mi MpS fourth Avenue loulrvflr ., ncwEBjnop "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." AXD BE COOL AXI HAPPY. Three good meals a day, with plenty spring chicken and fresh vegetables from our farm. Dancing, bowling, tennis, fishing and BWimmlng. Water unequaled for curative properties. Writo for rates. ALBERT A. PLOOK, Manager. Grayson Springs, Ky. H.BOSSESON Funeral Directors Nowl?rlnon yoafl KttSZk-frrthe- r? and Embaimers. BIO XnGSHR ' TeUBheK 16S4 vanivghoHBeElretrtoTanrfi i mm vfc. ar&23 ' ATSTISNXJ-E- your home or office. Sea breezes brought into HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Deal-- , ers In Finest Barnds of Ken tacky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. 234 236 W. JEFFERSON ST. Tttiww 1941. S SIXTH STREET JOHN 11URKE WINS. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Hon. John Burke, Treasurer of the United States,' received the Democratic nomination for United States Senator In the North Dakota NORTON BUILDING primary and will oppoqe Senator McCuniber. who was renominated by K.W. Cirner FHrtk MfmM the Republican. JJJ 1 ai a KJXCrXJGICY XieiSKC TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help -- AJVUSJEfcXOAJNT. 1 HtHMMIIMttHIHlmillHM Herman rOURTH AVCNUf send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's Straus tHCopaArero ifi soks 'm MARKeTSTBCBT ft ifc ffi -- WORLDS BASEBALL SERIES 10 ft n f 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. JULY CLEARANCE uALJu Now Going On in VAULTING OVER TWELVE FEET. Frequently pole vaulters make over twelve feet since this sport has become almost n science. Photo shows Haydock, of Harvard UniTWIX CITY LiKAriE. CARD OF THANKS. 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 ot the Twin City League. Knights ot Columbus B. Schulte, tho each Melcher. Prantz Mattlngly Bohan- bobto enter the non, Ceresl, toddon, Cur ey, Ham- or whom Is entitled Kentucky Irish American's World's nieyer, Kenealy. Hamilton, Cllnes. Borles contest, the ilrst coupon for mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, Mackin Council C. Ellers, Thorn- which appears in this issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, ton, Schieman, It. McGrath, Morris, Haag, Warren, Lally, L. Melsner, Davis, Bosler, Aulbp.ch, Murphy, Scheckler, B. Pontrlch, E. Harrigan, Hafner, Conley, Schene. McDonough. Eschman, Ohlie, Renn, Weber, Con- - Cronan, Atwell. Larkln, Elpers, Bertrands It. Hanigon, L. Hara- ners, F. Steir, Voor, Kraemer, Ed- son. Finn, Westerman, "B&,ns' elen, Chenoweth, McDermott. G. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polln, Sieger, Orioles Kuebert. Oar- Weber, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E. Hines. Russ, House, Meagher. Loefller, ney Fitzgerald, Bloemer. C. .Flynn Pfafflnger. Soeder, Koehler, Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett. DalBaumgarten, McCabe, Wledmoir, Wlllinghurst, ton, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Relter 5f.itnnPt!r Chester. Mclntyre. J. Scully. E. Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlin, Finne- ter, Killoran. AH Departments TwTfcUyaseDaU roster of TWO MORE TWIN CITY LEAGUE Loulsvillo, Ky., July 13, 1916.The pitching of Bob Morris again put Mackin in the running, the To All Contributors and Visitors ue eai oi me u ympira last un ay j t0 the Cathollc Orphan Society's being due principally to his strike- - IMcnlc. We are pleased t0 announce oui oi luunuei. uieii. uic uib tnat the annual picnic 0f the Cath ,Tlie. Cha"11'8 trfmed ollc orphan.- Society !CB L was a pro ,. the little Orioles In a 9 to 4 rame. nllnMli In avarv 0fflcorsCaDt Frank Relchert the East End boys not playing up Ideal weather prevailed throughout fateinbocK. to their stauai,rd. Trinity came tno day and tnousailda thronged i nomas u. unes. I,e?u...VrealinB,thelr. ,l0S,uB Epe,5 Umplres-Al- yln Wells, Mulligan, outh tttng the Imperials, but could the spacious grounds of St. Vin- cents orphanage. It was the In- Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. noi iuncn me.r awau ana irsi uy tentIon ot tho S0Ciety to thank each a score of 5 to 2, featured byand every donor personaily, but voors miuns anu umigscuiier a we ,)ave a fielding. The K. of C. by mak ng tude :nadefound that auch tomultl. FAVORITES. donatona that In the ninth beat th-fr.ur dividuallzo our expression of grati- iin.i.1.. ucii auu iu iu i, Ksin.ni single- - tude wouid be impossible. winning the game fflP WB tun th,a inonna nf handed, making two doubles and knowledglng our Indebtedness to two triples in four times at the nll generous and charitable persons publlshod, whose charity helped to swell the bat. As heretofore there will be no games In tho Twin reCelpts to such large and mag-Citomorrow, tho league leading nflcent proportions. Tho committees a me moveiiieiu 10 iuuko u nnm- - that attehded preliminary meet- as a in- - tng8f soicited funds and donations ie..r any ai cciipso tie testimonial to Owner Wathen, and WOrked for the success of the o uie iouisviiie ciuo, ami every plcnIc are especially entitled to player ana follower of the Twin pra,8e( and wo are glad t0 make IB ure,eu Wl l "e " "a"u l,' ls public testimonial of our ap iiiuiiuw uuu ruui lur vim vuiunuia. preciation of their labors. We ear The standing to date: nestly pray that God will bless a W. Club every one who con- Pet. hundred-fol- d L. 11 2 K o' C 816 trlbuted his mite to this laudable ' .P46 work, and that all will find a 2 Champs 11. 8 Mackin 5 !uv ,econiPense for their sacrifice and 7 6 Olympics 7,5 labor in the consciousness of duty fi ui There-nearlty gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur- phy, C. Voss, G. Kllcr. Trlnlty Council Shadburn, M Bog, Kager( m Sprunk( Donnelly, Sandman, D. Cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner, rjranagan, J. Carraro, W. Stainmc- man( Schwlnd, Neumeyer. champs Hack, Trager. Gill BrownfleId ott LIeber N Murphyi 0,BpIenf Curran M Hogan c,egg( Delehanty. Jack Sheei,an( Lapaille, Colenian versity, making the leap. r iti; j.l aj t women s K.eaay co wear HERE YOU CAN FIND Wash Dress Fabrics I Men's Manchester Shirts I Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings ,. ;; '.'. At great reductions in prices. These are all new and 2 fresh goods and must be disposed of in order to make room for stocks that will arrive soon for fall trade. WE GIVE GOLD TRADING STAMPS emMitienn Now For the 50c M 0 HHM1I ! 4 Palm Beach Suits 50c CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. AL CLEGG, Champs. BEN VOOR, Imperials. MILWAUKEE TOMORROW. A&&M&!&fr$44s&fr$ iiywCTr--M a $ O.NE DOLLAR 'lr7!af$fiK jiIssf ullKs r't&t i w'tn tD's ' $ & IMKi v?. B1 ma ne same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Second and Market Under tho Big Clock State Govorniuent Supervision. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any me We atd absolute safety and 3 Per cent. No cost to you whatever. sae conservative starts a Savings Account Sixty-one-year- f f German Insurance BanK f HK?SBB!2S9 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY !T IS ALWAYS PURE. . Harry Clark and the Milwaukee team will open their series with a at Ecljpse Park tomorrow afternoon and tho fans will be given an opportunity to see our old first baseman, Clarence Kraft, perform and compare him Jn action with our own Jay KIrke. The Milwaukee team has been going at a faster clip lately and the Colonels will not have as easy sailing as or Two heretofore this season. three years ago the Milwaukee team always managed to beat Louisville in every series and this edge gave them the pennant two straight years. Strange to say, Minneapolis took up where tho Brewers left off and Cantlllon's crowd has won the pennant flags by winning over of the games with Louisville, and If this holds good the Millers are in again for another flag this season. It is hoped that Messrs. Wathen and Clymer will be able to land a catcher and another outfielder before it is too late, the being the catching department weakest in the Association, and with that addition the Colonels couldmake a dash for tho flag. Tomorrow should be the biggest crowd of t the season at Eclipse Park, as tho Twin City League is idle in honor this of amateur day, and with league as leader of the movement ' all attendance records Should be broken. double-head- er three-fourths J Morris, Mackin Killoran, Orioles Kenenley, K. of C Dalton, Olympics Coleman, Champs O'Brien, Champs Murphy, Olympics B. Schulte, K. of 13 Trinity 0 This past week tho Kentucky Irish American, placed orders for reserved seats at the world's baseball series for. the winners In the Twin City League popularity contest, and the fortunate two will be guaranteed admission and a nice point of vantage without worry. This means a great deal when It Is taken Into account that thousands stand In line tho night before the game, enduring all manner of hardships and discomforts to see the big show. Then again thousands of checks are returned becauso there are no seats left to be sold, and no amount of money can secure the coveted pasteboards. Several of the contestants have shown a disposition to hold up their votes, but thin may bo discouraging to theli friends, who will rally more If they see their favorite away up In the running. Take a tip and vote strong. The standing to date, exclusive of clipped ballots: 340 Haragan, Bertrands 100 Stelnbock, scorer Rer.trands Imperials Orioles 6 7 7 4 9 - tvnll nprfnrniprl nnrT Mil pvniWnHnn .462 of a reward exceeding great. .308 Catholic Orphan Society. .000 tO, 426 S. Fifth St. BOTH PHONES 2635. Louisville, Ky. held next Tuesday and Wednesday Cross church grounds, d and Broadway, promises to bo a great success. The different committees have worked hard and successfully and have everything In readiness for the occasion, and the public can look forward to an interesting, exciting and enjoyable day's outing.- Both days an excellent supper will be served by the ladles of the congregation, which they will strive to make one of the main features. The committee on games have arranged an elaborate programme of euchre and lotto contests for both afternoons, for which there will be numerous and valuable prizes. All the attractions that go to make a real lawn fete will be presented, and Rev. Father Brey and his friends hope a goodly sum will be realized for the debt paying fund. on Holy Thirty-secon- Our workmnnsliip Is positively tho best in tlio city, mid backed up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. Tho lawn fete and supper to be Our service not equaled. HOLY CROSS LAWN FETK. The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bamk; to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COMK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" $j must bo spent for somethUg you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. in i i 1 m Ky. line bavings Bank and Trust Co. hittn and uourt Place. Saturdays Until 7 Higglns, Bertrands Hogan, Champs C 00 80 70 60 60 50 GOOD FURRY BILL. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. S3?SS??5aK535yJi p.m. 50 50 50 I H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Qn Thursday, July 20, the retail groceries of the city will be closed at noon in order to permit the grocers, their clei-kand families to attend the annual reunion and outing of the Retail Grocers' Association of Louisville, which will be given at Fontaine Ferry Park. The FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. principal feature of this outtng Is FREE SERVICE. the country store, and the bargains this year will be greater than ever. A mammoth stand will be erected, as many people have been unable 1101-0- 3 at preceding picnics Jo reach the BAST BROADWAY. storo until after the bargains were gone. A Ford automobile will be 1 1 4MH !! one ot the pirzes this year, and will doubtless attract considerable atLAWRENCE P. BANMON, JR., J. VEENEMAH, f M. I. BANNBK, tention. In the afternoon a mamViM PfM. fc Trei:. PreclMfr. Seeritarr. moth baby show will be held, under the general charge of Louis C. Heck, Jr., while watermelon conH tests, Ice cream eating contests, sack races, egg racps and swimming races will bo under the care of ml Pntvjirt Plan. President Peter C. Knopf. Joseph . .. la Chairman of the C. Overberg Maaa's rateat U(e Pine fer Ste&ai Ceaaaits. Arrangements Committee, having Wall Coplarf, Drala TU, Titrifie IrkK, acanMatnA wlfh lilm P. CI. Kn6nf. T FirePrsefBg, Flae Liaiag, Fir BricK Joseph Morthorst, John M. Burgy, Grate and Seller Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Ckimaey 1'ei. Martin J. Doll, George Pape, Frank Klumb, William Graef, George H. OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON Voting, Pete F. Koch. Le Schulz, George Knapper, D. B. Perkins and HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07. a number of other prominent William J. Imorde 1b 13 ttt cad Brck. aadMaalla Ave., Bf. 9( axd lOth. WORKS Chairman of the Finance Committee. it s H. GROCERS TO CELEBRATE. Eschmann, Imperials Murphy, Bertrands Flynn, Bertrands Bossmeyer, K. of C OLD TRIE RIVALRY. Ciresl, K. of C Voor, Imperials Ohllgschlager, Trinity. Chester, Orioles Hosier, Trinity Scheckler, Mackin Cronen, Macklff Donnelly, Trinity Mattfngly, K. of C Lally, Mackin Burns, scorer J. Scully, Olympics Thornton, Mackin Shcehan, Champs Harrigan, Imperials Burke, Bertrands R. Pontrlch, Imperials 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 .' 20 20 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 After almost seven years' absenpe from tho city tho dne and only Mrs. DAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN J. HENNESSY Eva Fay will return next week and will headline the bill in the theater Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. at Fontalno Ferry Park. Andy Rice will be another important entertainer on the programme. He Is a character comedian and his uproariously funny character dialect Bessie convulses his audience. Brovnln& will entertain with an impersonation of stage favorites and a dancing dlvertlsement of more than ordinary Interest Is promised UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street In the dainty offering of Dick Henry and Carrie Adelaide. Leo Zarrell and company1 round out the programme with a meritorious gymnastic specialty. Dancing at the I I park is steadily increasing in popularity, a big increase in the attendance being noticeable. The big sanitary swimming pool has also The Service With the Largest List of Connections in been doing exceptional business and Louisville and Suburbs. both the morning and afternoon sessions aro very gratifying to the All Service Unlimited. management. Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS HOME TELEPHONE! i PRAYS FOR PEACE. I Long' AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. HIMlll lil'HIIllim IUHfUHHHI 1 !! f P. BANNON PIPE CO. 37i :r' .. Old time rivalry betwen Cincinnati and Louisville is promised when the champjon amateur team of this city will play ' the champion amateurs of Cincinnati here on September 23 and 24, this gumo being one of the elimination series arranged by tho National Amateur In the class Baseball Federation. teams the schedule AA or semi-pr- o Is as follows: Cleveland vs. Colum bus; Akron vs. Canton; Dayton vs. Cincinnati; Chicago vs. Des Moines; Toledo vs. Detroit; Johnstown vb. Pittsburgh. The Southern cities, including New Orleans, Knoxvllle, Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta, Dallas, Jacksonville and Houston, will arrange their own schedule. teams, Cleveland's famouB semi-pr- o the White Autos, Telling Strollers, Eagle Stamp and West Parks are entered in the elimination. Tho Pope is continuing hia eP To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. forts for peace and with this purpose, according to the Cologne Lowest Rates. Volks Zeltung, has sent Instructions to the Bishops to devote the last Sunday of the second year of the war to a general communion of children. This service is to .be celebrated In all the churches and chapels of Europe and, by the INCOHPOnATKD Pope's Instructions, Is to take the most solemn possible form. in tUVtVmUiWWVHHVmVMUWtUMUMtUWVIUWKWWHHUM this country nlso there will be prayers .for peace. Distance Connections THE X.OXJISVXLLE HOME TELEPHONE CO. GARDEN PARTY. I 573-178- 6. re-tall- IIMIUIlllllimHIIIIMMIllilllllllllHt I LoutorlU. BROTHER ISIDORE, Isidore, Provincial ot the Xaverlans, will celebrate his golden jubilee at Baltimore on Saturday, August 12. The alumni of Mt. St. Joseph's College will make it an epochal day and are arranging for a celebration which will Brother Isadora befit the ocaelon. la well known to many residents of Rev. Brother , MlX The garden party that is given annually for the benefit of St. An thony's Hospital by tho Ladles' Sewing Society will take place next Wednesday and Thursday. While this has been an annual affair for a number of years, this Is the first time that it will be given on the grounds surrounding the hospital at Barrett avenue and St. Anthony Place, and a more beautiful place could not be found anywhere. It will be given both afternoons and evenings. Euchre will be played Wednesday afternoon and lotto Thursday afternoon, and both afternoons a wholesome supper will be served. Music and other attractions will prevail. Where the Quid! Meal Comes In Where the home IS brightest; Where the work is lightest; Where tho meal cooked best; Where the range stands the test That's where the "Quick Meal" comes 1h. Jj 1iiLlE!l Where work to quickly done; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge Is out of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" comes In. QhIcIc Meal Gas RaaBes Sold, Installed and, Highly IteeoauaeHded GEHER, & SON, w. met st.