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Tho prediction was made by Prof. John forM. Cooney, of Notro Dame, merly editor of the Nelson County Record, that Bardstown would again be known as tho "Athens of the West," a name that was attributed to the city as the result of Its being a famous seat of learning. de- had After Prof. Cooney EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. York priest stationed at the border is Rev. Francis P. Duffy, pastor of tho Chuich of Our Saviour, who is chaplain of tho h Sixty-nint- PRICE FIVE CENTS. CENTENARY Marks One of Greatest Catholic Weeks in History of Kentucky. GrcatThrongsFMBardstownto Celebrate Anniversary of Cathedral. WILSON. Must Call Hand of British Gov- eminent or Face Inevitable Defeat. LEXINGTON. Miss Elizabeth Kearney, oldest daughter of tho lato John Kearney, died Sunday at her home on tho Georgetown pike, near Lexington. She is survived by two sisters and threo brothers. They are Mother Francisca, of St. Catherine's Acad- Rifling of Mails and Blacklist of emy, Springfield; tho Very Rev. L. Merchants Offensive to F. Kearney, of Zanesvllle, Ohio; Miss Sallle Roger Kearney and WillAmerican People. iam Kearney, of Fayette county. Tho funeral was held Tuesday mo'rn-ln- g from St. Paul's church, Very Rev. L. F. Kearney being the celeRev. Denis O'Donaghuo, Bishop of brant of the solemn requiem high Republicans Split in Kentucky Tributes Paid Blsliop Flaget and tho diocese of Louisville; the Rev. mass. Tho prominence of members in Addition to Progressive of of the family in Catholic church orPioneers by Leading Church Father Charles P. Raffo, T. LouisPleters Worries. ville; tho Rev. Father J. ders brought to Lexington for tho Dignitaries. and many other visiting clergymen. funeral a number of noted clergyTho closing exercises of the cenmen of tho Dominican order, Father tennial were hold Thursday, when Kearney .having been former the Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Provincial of tho order. The sermon TRIBUTE TO COL. J. P. WHALLEN THURSDAY Bishop of Louisville, presided at the ON CLOSE was preached by Very Rev. D. J. SOLEMN unveiling and blessed the handsome Kennedy, professor of dogmatic statue erected In front of the main theology and dean of the faculty of entrance of the old Cathedral. The the Catholic University at WashingDemocrats In this neck of tho were witnessed by thouton, D. C. Others at tho service This has been a glorious week ceremonies woods bellevo that If President Wilsands of Catholics and others, and included Rev. T. L. Crowley, Prior son history the Catholic Sunday, of Ken- tho attendance of priests was the In and tho ticket is to bo a conof tho Dominican Convent at Louisthe celeCAPT. PAUL KOENIG. tucky. Beginning largest of the entire week. High election V. G. Cleary, of Wash- tender In tho November annihundredth of the Deutchland that crossed the Atlantic, bringing a cargo of dyo stuffs valued ville; Rev. C; tho Rev. G. R. Lyons, there must be a stop to the weak Captain and submarine bration mass was celebrated following the ington, D. policy now being pursued by the versary of the old St. Joseph's unveiling ceremonies. Rev. Father at $750,000. tho Rev. E. A. Baxter and tho present Cathedral was most auspicious. The Deppen was the celebrant, with Rev. administration in its dealRev. B. A. Enls, all of Louisville. filled the old edi- Father Relnhart as deacon and Rev. ings with tho British Government. great throng that Mother Francesca, Superioress of All of held. Ginnell was arraigned In the imposing cere- Fatherm Kallaher as subdeacon, this guff about securing the fice witnessed the St. Catherine's Convent at SpringBow Street Police Court and Prosemonies of the day and heard the Rev. Father Constantino acting ' as field, and tho sister of Miss Kearney, bulk of tho Progressive vote, etc.. is cutor Bodkin, in outlining tho case Rev. John Jo- master of ceremonies. being sermon of the Most also came to Lexington for the fu- any taken with a grain of salt, as against him, said ho had been found St. seph Glennon, Archbishop of preThis Catholic centennial was a neral, accompanied by Sister Mar- knowsshrewd observer of politics at the detention' camp when asking that at least of tho Louis, one of the most noted garet Vallna. The pallbearers wore credit to the diocese and State of permission, undfcr the name of Messrs. C. J. Reagan, W. J. Mona-ha- Bull Moose vote has rejoined tho lates and orators of the Catholic Kentucky, and too much praise can to seo Irish prisoners. Ginaway not be given Rev. Father O'Connell Republican party and any appeal to D. J. Devereaux, John church In this country, went they nell protested to- the Magistrate Draws Alex McKenna, J. P. Sullivan, Caden, this class Is that much energy Impressed and realized that and the good people of Bardstown Sentenced to Dlo For High Trea- against his an est, saying there was Hibernian Convention James wasted. Tho Democratic party will McNally, of Georgetown, and Judge Delegates From the Entire had been present on an occasion and vicinity, who contributed so son For the Dublin no ease against him. The name secure tho balance of that vote James Bradley, of Georgetown. which will add considerably to the generously to its success. ho said, was Irish for Ginsimply because it is the irreconCountry. Promptly at Revolt. history of Dardstown. nell, and the whole Incident could cilable Bull Moosers who have ST. ANN'S PIONIO. LEAVES LARGE FAMILY. 10 o'clock the Cathedral bell, that He was rebe explained eislly. burnpd their bridges behind them of Lu,a bears the Ji)ly 28 and released manded until The people of St. Ann's parish and can't go back. What must bo Philippe, Its donor, rang out, and The Connersvllle News, announc bond. under to procesGreat Throng Attends Opening are making great preparations for done is andhold the Democratic vote In a few moments the long Ing the death of Richard WalsnVon Powerful Influences "Working their annual picnic to bo given at in lino willestablish a foreign polsion left the pastoral residence and Indiana pioneer whoso labors werti'L KvMi Hopes For Securing Irish Press News Service. Festivity and Ball Monday Spring Bank Park on St. Ann's icy that votes secure enough indemarched to. the Cathedral. At the long and fruitful, pays him this Thomas Hughes Kelly, National to control. Night. Reprieve. day, Wednesday, July 26. The pendent marched the Very Rev. C. J. tribute: head Treasurer of the Irish Relief Fund, It can O'Connell, pastor of the congregausual social games will take place mistaken not be denied that Wilson's and Robert Smith, of Lowell, Mass., policy in Mexico was inreRichard Walsh, a highly the in the afternoon, and an Interesting jurious to the party, tion, followed by members of Ed- spected and well known resident of American delegates, sailed for Irebut much ofi Right Rev. gamo of baseball between two well this has been clergy; then tho land Saturday wjlth some $100,000 forgotten township, passed away at mund M. Obrecht, mitred Abbot of Jackson Lawrence Ginnell, Champion of of the money contributed by gen- Cardinal OJConncll Presides at known amateur clubs will bo a establishment of troopers since tho " at tho his homo at Entertainfeature of the picnic. Gethsemanl, clad In his Pontifical afternoon after 2a o'clock yesterday erous Americans f or the relief of border, but events of the past two Solemn High Mass Tuesday brief illness. He the People, Arrested Last ment will be provided for all, and weeks have put It up to tho adminrobes, and last came His Grace the had been in good health until the Irish sufferers. Tho headquara Glennon. Archbishop Morning. Saturday. a fine chicken supper will bo served istration with a vengeance, and if Most Rev. ters of tho committee will be in from 5 to 8 o'clock. Admission to the Democratic administration does Reaching the sanctuary the Arch- short time before his illness. The Dublin. deceased was born near the western the park is free, and every arrange- not call tho British Government on bishop was ushered to tho throne eoast of Ireland on January 1, ment has been made for the pleas- Its present once occupied by Bishop Flaget, 1840. Irish Press NewsJfcSer Ice. policy then to tho United He came and Rioting took ylace In the streets OPPOSE CASEMENT'S EXECUTION ure and entertainment of visitors. the fruits of tho coming campaign the first JBishop of this diocesehand- States at tho ago of ten years and TROUBLES ARE FAR FROM ENDED Oak street cars go to the park. ancient and 11200 Sinn Fein men will bo naught. of Cork when bulldor of tho the The Right Rev. settled in Fayette county, nearHere First Great Britain refuses to aland Irish Volunteers attacked the some edifice. then ascended present site of the homestead. RIGHT VIEW. low the American Red Cross station. British army Recruiting Edmund M. Obrecht by priests from he had spent tho remainder of his Society to send medical supplies to Shots were flredwihd a number of the altar, assisted Following his marriage he Irish Press News Service. With more than 1,000 officers, acted as life. There are Catholic schools which Germany and Austria, although persons injured?J The paradcrs Gethsemanl Abbey, who took up farming as an occupation Without hearing the attorneys carried banners Jad symbols of tho delegates and visitors to the fiftieth do not advertlso at all, and there reputable American citizens state deacon and subdeacon, and began and in the succeeding years had be of Crim- Irish Republic. TA11 secret or pub- - biennial convention of the Ancient are Catholic schools which seem to tho wounded and sick' in that counTho the Court tho solemn Pontifical mass. Fayette county's for the Crown Tuesday dismissed lie come one of Order of Hibernians present, the advertlso only In seculnr and non- - try, are In rllrn tippi). meetlngsar prohibited. choir of the Xaveriau Brothers, large land owners. He was the inal Anneals on tXWT ! Secondreatsltainh'jBfjiax. oclalfcagalrsjjbegaa'iiMondaydnight lCatholicpubHcatlons..1fcWo ,bave, not Roger .Casement'sappeaU,rom1 some of whom had Journeyed from father of twopf Sir .fourteen other clUes,, s IrJshifPres: Derviue. Boston.oulsvHle and AngelIs""ln whomhavepassed' phlldren,,Thomas, tHfiverdIctwotlieiowor,.courw f atthoTCopleyTPIamuT Boston with" But faultto'rfind8rwithw6lthorclaisr away they must not Imagine, when wunin me past two weeks. Plunkett, Unionist, a grand concert and ball. Preceding 6ang"th"Misade found him guilty of treason, William and Austin, of whlchwhich Viscount Heading, me theSir Horace Third The blacklist and boycott most popular man of his party the ball there was a reception, and they send Catholic papers long acGregorian chant. In the sanctuary John, Mary and Mrs. for Louisville: Miss were gathered twenty members of James Gibbons, at home; Jeremiah, Lord Chief Justice, sentenced him In Ireland, because of his interest among the guests present were counts of their graduation exer- of American citizens and firms by to For a day and a half in the agrarian problems, opposes Bishop Dennis J. O'Connell of Rich- cises that said papers are going the Great Britain, this action being different religious orders and cler- Washington, D. C; Richard, St. to death. Sullivan, without precedent. This blacklist that and Sir Roger's Sir Edward Carson and John Red- mond, Rev. Murphy of Peabody, give them all the spaceWo believe proves gymen from Kentucky, Ohio Alexander expect. Louis; Mrs. Thomas Broderlck, tho second charge and shows Illinois. The sermon of Archbishop Los Angeles; Charles, Cincinnati; counsel, argued before the court, mond and says that the Irish peo- Rev. Philip J. O'Donnell, the County schools seme to Catholic schools and that our malls have been thoroughly J. Fitz- In reciprocity. Glennon was a tribute to Bishop Mrs. A. G. Saxon, west of the city, quoting many authorities In favor ple of all classes will suffer from Chaplain; Rov. Edward Catholic Journals should be as- rifled, and the weak statement that Flaget and the brave pioneer priests county. of his cSntentlon that the offense the proposed compromise and that gerald of Clinton, tho State ChapHerbert, of Fayette in advertising as well as in It is done to hurt Germany will not and their devotion to God and Ken- and daughters are dead, Margaret of treason depended upon whether the proposal, without consulting the lain; Rev. James Hlckey of Gilbert-vlll- sociated Sacred Heart Review. down, all business men and experts Chaplain of Worcester county; news. tucky, where they labored with de. Two and Kathryn Theresa. The the accused dwelt under tho pro- Irish electorate, will arouse such agreeing that it is done to kill our made BaBrdstown a Helen of the King and that the opposition throughout the country Rev. Luke Sheehan of Oregon, head votion that tection years CORNERSTONE LAYING. trade with tho Far East and South a wife committed that tens of thousands of moderate of the Irish Capuchin order in of tho West. After ago. died two passing and this half crime could not be historic shrine America. of life the clergymen wore Fayette In county He abandoned men will surely Join the Sinn Fein America; Rev. William O'Brien of the services the This Is the crux of Tho cornerstone laying of the has lost one of without the realm. guests of the pastor at dinner. The her most worthy and Influential his other points In regard to tho revolutionists. He adds that the Chicago; Rev. F. J. McCaffrey of new school of Holy Trinity parish, situation at present. Ifthe political spent by them in of revolution proves that the 'Parlia- Covington, Rev. R, E. Callahan of Chicago, took place Sunday after- cratic party is to receive the Demoafternoon was Lord Chler Justice's definition supAcademy and pioneer settlers, and one whoso the offense. mentary members do not represent Montreal, Miss Mary Corcoran and noon. When completed tho new port of Democrats and truethe visiting Nazareth AmeriMiss Bertha King of Louisville,, J. conaround labors in the community will be the people and they are afraid of H. Collins other places of Interest thirty-fivAs soon as Mr. Sullivan had class cans in the coming November elecTo the nurvlvlng greatly .missed and James McBreeh of school will have caring e Bardstown. At C:30 In tho even- children and the army of friends cluded his argument the court re- a popular election. for 1,750 tion, then President Wilson must Covington, Miss May Murphy, rooms, capable of Archthe ating a reception was held for all the power comes as a grea loss. tired to consider whetherwould be his Thomas Howard, Sr., and Thomas children, and an assembly hall with with these outrages, at his command bishop Glennon on the lawn in The death the MEEHAN TAKES CILVRGE. The and if his camfuneral rites will he held to- torneyson for replj". Crownsoon decided Howard, Jr., of Ashland, and Na- a seating capacity of 1,200. largest stop An to It front of tho pastor's home. morning at 9 o'clock at called tional and State officers from tho school Is for one of the Chicago paign advisers can not persuado him crowd from Bardstown, as morrow to do so then the campaign, so far T. Meehan, President of entire country. to tho contrary, which Indicated Immense William Polish Catholic parishes In the Rev T. S. as the chanco of the Democratic from the neighboring St. Gabrlel'3 church, Interment will that the appeal had gone against the Catholic Orphan Society and one well as Francis J. Horgan was and will cost $250,000. party is concerned, is at an end. No counties, gathered. John Mesker officiating. was present during towns and Sir Roger, who In tho Dale cemetery. Chairman of the Reception Commitbo made man is greater than his party, and C. Talbott addressed tho Archbishop the argument and when Judgment tee, composed of Mayor Cuiley and if President Wilson does not heed was given. A further appeal to the In a short, appropriate speech, to representative citizens of Massatho protests coming from every seclatter feelingly rewhich the House of Lords Is possible only If chusetts. At the conclusion of tho evening tion then it is timo for the heads of At 7 o'clock tho sponded. the Attorney General gives a cerleceptlon the grand march was led tho party to take action. Tho Presij service was held, which consisted tificate that tho decision of the m1 " by National President Joseph Mcdent may 'dominate his Cabinet, tho of a sermon by tho Rev. Harry J. Court of Criminal Appeal involves Laughlin, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. legislative bodies and oven tho Spalding, S. J., President of Loyola a point of law so exceptionally imCurley, wife of Mayor Curley; Democratic convention, but ho can Chicago, and benedicUniversity, portant that It Is des'rable In the Mayor Curley and Mis. Frederick J. not dictate to or overrido, tho public interest that a still higher tion. At this service the members McLaughlin, and County President wishes of the American people, and of St. Joseph's choir rendered court should deal with It. This Frederick J. McLaughlin and Mrs. tho American people In tho great Mary W. Reynaud, of Revere, Presi beautiful music. has been done only' twice since the majority are ready to back him and The second day of the celebradent of the auxiliaries of Suffolk Court of Criminal Appeal was estabgive him support in a protest to county. tion opened as auspiciously as the lished eight years ago. our perennial enemy Great Britain. as Bishop first, and was known The religious ceremonies for tho Justice Darling, In delivering the It is up to you, Mr. President. Bishop David was opening of the convention were held David's day Judgment, expressed the indebtedTTorn In Tfnntimlrv hlnnra Tmllflnnl In Holy Cross Cathedral, which was coadjutor during tho time of Bishop ness of the court to Mr. Sullivan are breaking pretty good for the became thronged from door to altar railing. afterward Flaget and for well considered and well delivDemocrats. Aside from tho ProThe servSolemn high mass began at 9 Bishop of this diocese. ered arguments, as the Justice gressives who won't bo coaxed back o'clock with Cardinal O'Connell preices were In charge of tho Dominicharacterized them, adding that to tho Republican party, the latter siding and the Right Rev. Dennis J. can Fathers. Tho celebrant at the they were worthy of the best tradihas several good old family rows O'Connell as celebrant. mass was the Rev. Father T. J. King's, courts, but ho tions of the that bode no good for the future. Following the mass the convenCrowley, Prior of St. Louis declared that they had been anThe row out In tho tion met in open session at the Copof Louisville, with attorneys church, of the swered by the State has left dissension, while tho ley Plaza at noon, being called to as deaRev. Father James Mackln Crown at the first trial. fight in this city is becoming moro order by Hon. Francis J. Horgan. con and the R,ev. Father Enls as Attorney Michael Francis Doyle, bitter every day. The Prayer was offered by Rev. P. J. subdeacon, both being Dominican of Philadelphia, of counsel for Sir faction obtained conDonnelly, and after the Introduction missionaries. Tho sermon on Bishop Roger, expressed the opinion that trol last week and' defeated tho of Frederick J. McLaughlin, County Chilton-Searc- y David was preached by the Rev. combination, forcing it was Improbable that the Attorney President, addresses were delivered Falrlelgh to withdraw from tho ConFather Meaney, former Prior of General would certify the appeal to by Cardinal O'Connell, Gov. McCall gressional race. St. Rose, but now located at SomerThe the House of Lords, as tho appeal latter and Mayor Curley. After responses element, which set, Ohio. Tho services at night is composed court did not consider It necessary by Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, President principally of the Knownothlng argument for the Govern- of the best known men in Louisville of the Ladles' Auxiliary, and Naconsisted of a sermon by the Rev. to hear type, met at Banner Hall, William Talbott, born and raised are Catholic circles, was this week ap ment. GEN. FOCK, FRENCH ARMY. Powerful Influences President Joseph McLaughlin tho rendezvous of the local Junior Bardstown, and now a Jesuit and in working for a Teprleve, said the at- pointed Superintendent of St. Louis tional bodies went into executive Gen. Fock was largely respon- Order, n both last Saturday night and member of the faculty of Loyola GEN. HAIG, BRITISH ARMY.' torney, and there were strong hopes cemetery, succeeding the late Georgo sible for French victory at Marne, agreed to back Major In Convention Hall. Owens against University, Chicago: now in charge of drive. Holland. The appointment was made Commander of the British forces of one being granted. The convention met Wednesday Dr. Lewis Ryans. This bigot crowd Tribute to the great part the on the western front, directing tho by the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag- morning when were committees In the has order had in the upbuilding of the drive. Irish Press News Service. hue, and from tho expressions heard nameu ana adjournment, ratten 10 ST. JOSEPH ORPHAN'S MONK). forced local campaign ranks lanthat party to adopt dark Western country was paid when Premier Asqulth announced Mon- gives general satisfaction. prepare their reports enable them to tern tactics in every campaign, and day that the new Irish bill will be tho programme specified the acAn enthusiastic meeting of tho Dr. Ryans Is HON'OR PATRON SAINT. for Thursday. The first resolutions in Introduced In Parliament before the tivities of Wednesday aB "Jesuits' adopted protested against the execu- St. Joseph Orphan's Picnic Commit- their opposition, fortunate will having WORKING GIRLS' BENEFIT. as it mean day." Moss was celebrated by tho tion of Sir Roger Casement and tees, presided over by President success In the primary. Tho Junior Tho religious celebration of the adjournment for the autumn recess held nt the boys Rev. Father II. S. Spalding, assist- feast of St. Ann, which occurs next and repeated that tho whole Irish A lawn fete for the benefit of were ordered sent by cable to tho Henry Bosse, was again bo active for will question would be submitted to Imed by tho Rev. Father E. J. Cal- Wednesday, July 26, Cabinet. The Knights of Columbus Hall Monday the will be an perial conference after the war. It the Visitation Homo .for Working members of days British largely given evening, and reports wore heard awhllo as the war scare with Mexico houn as deacon and the Rev. Father were first three blown over. subdeacon. event of great Importance at St. is understood that the bill will not Girls will be given July 25 at Sum- over to river and harbor trips and from the different committees. Tho has aboutBen as William Talbott , Squire Schulman, Councilman benehome Both tho Roy, Fathers Spalding Ann's church, located on Seventh be presented until next week, and mers' IPark. This and Is, is a other social festivities, the real work picnic will be held on the orphan- Al Rosenberg and Wharfmaster admirably not beginning until Thursday. the of faction age grounds, Crescent Hill, Wednesand Talbott are natives of Bards- street at the terminusorderthe Sixth in the meantime the delay is allow- meeting to the city report that to give ing 0. day. AuKUSt The Executive John J. Barry jjomocratic tho outing crystallize to opposition town. The principal sermon was street car line. In ciuo Sunquestion, the eternal Committee In charge are Henry or me social most preached by the Rev. Father Cal- an opportunity for many to receive which threatens trouble and indi- problem of the which is winner; by PRIESTS WITH ARMY. day was the successful affair bread on Bossee, Chairman; Joseph O. Heltz-ma- in tho club's history, houn. The afternoon w&b given communion begin that 6day the high cates that the measure is to have providing not only the necessities and they haye o'clock, and anything but a smooth passage. at will Joseph Schlldt, Bon Stoesser, With the United States troops alover to pastimes on the campus. mass be followed by benediction of but the comforts of life and the ready stationed on the border there Henry Gudo, A. H. Hukenbeck, John been asked by many to stage a repeNegroes were allowed to participate will tition. Speaking local Democracy,, kind Interest and protection of the are several Cathollr priests as chap B. Ratterman, Nlc Bosler and John tho Moso Green ofClub paid Sacrament and the and furnish much of the entertain- the Blessed the relic of St. Ann. Irish Press News Service. a neat and singing blessing with Laurence Ginnell, Irish member Sisters o Mercy in charge. The lains of tho different regiments. New Tobe. ment, tribute to Col. James P. Whallen at negro melodies. Medals The public solemnity of the feast of Parliament, who addressed many work must be seen and known to York Is especially well represented, e Its meeting Wednesday evening by LABOR FOR NEGRO. will take place on the following questions in the House of Commons be appreciated and the Sisters ex among the number being Msgr. were awarded to the best electing him an honorary member The Sunday, July 30, With high masB to Ministers during the Irish re- tend a cordial invitation to visitors James N. Connolly, bastor of the fiddler. and he best of tho club in recognition of his The stoppage of European at 8 o'clock, followed by the bless bellion and invariably alleged 'that at any time and earnestly solicit Church of Our Lady of Good CounJovaluable Rev. James L. Whelan, of St. due to the war js reported and Stateservices to both the local ing with the relic. During the Sun his countrymen who had been ar all Interested In tho work to sup- sel, who is the popular chaplain of Peter the Rev. Democracy. and seph's, day evening services on. July 30 rested were mistreated, was ar- port it by attending the lawn fete. the Twelfth Regiment. Father Con- as qpenlng great opportunities for Brelgbtner, of St. Thomas, were on tho negro of this country. Demand at 7:30 o'clock there will be a. rested Saturday morning. The The committees in charge of the nolly is a veteran of the The the programme tor speeches. WARMED LBMONS. war, for which he volun for labor Is drawing them North the evening was sermon on St. Ann, and also bene- charge is that he attempted by false lawn fete are representative of all sermon in If lemons are warmed before they diction of the Blessed Sacrament pretenses to obtain admission to the the city parishes and for those who teered as a cnapiain. we was long and Is acting as a very powerful preached by the Rev. Father TalIn raising wages for negro are squeezed nearly double the private detention barricks at Knutaford, bott, who is a member of the fac- and blessing with the relic of St. where Irish prisoners are being attend there is assured a reallj 'bishop secretary to the late Aroh lever quantity of Juio will be obtained. Another New workers both Norj.li and South. Corrlgan. delightful time. ulty of Loyola University, Chicago, Ann. j nvereu ms aaaress tno uev. iatner Hugh O'Sulllvan spoke on St. Joseph's College and what it has done for hundreds of young men and for the city In which It Is loIn tho sanctuary at tho cated. evening services were the Right CASEMENT BOSTON two-thir- Mc-Flng- le, n, - Mc-Fing- le, coat-of-ar- high-hand- TceptWlIfjlthAmerlci?tir e, or - -- Ber-tran- Hert-McCullo- ch es jjs-slo- -- n, cake-walki- old-tim- cake-walk- er immi-g'ratl- on Spanish-Americ- an 5- - JBCBXCtfaOISrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, tfee Seclal and Moral AivMCNMeeat ot kM Awtrlcass and Caikelka lrrH4 to OHtoUUy Indorsed by Annies t Older ol HrfeernUns, Yetwc Men's lasHtnte amd CatheMc KaJxhta o( Amtrie. fcajNTUOICY IWISH AMEWICAN PRINTING GO.. Intorporartd, Publ.-- hf SINGLE COPY gc flSBSCRIPTlON PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered at XISXX AMBJafcXO-cVIS,- , WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. Stewart Diiy Goods Co In Connectionjtfilhjlames Mc Creery & Co. Newjifork. tit LarTr tb ' iMrM aH C.BmM.wtrOM t KSNTUOCy aS'in PoUNtc M.Send.Cla,, Hitter. IM9H AMeWCAN, UM1 Wet Orca St. " ", J'"' "."HJ.r Bohn Syphon Refrigerators. TRADES rVVj COUNCIL .. LOUISVILLE, KY. . . .SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. WILSON'S MISTAKES. President Wilson erred in accepting the bigot Lind's report of conditions in Mexico without Investigation. Ho erred again In denouncing the men who only asked for an opportunity to prove the falsity of" liind's report. He continues in error by not forcing Carranza and his fellow bandits to grant personal and religious liberty to residents and The following, from correspondent, sums up an unbiased the present situation and shows the real cause of present disaffection in non-residen- Mexico: "The leaders of Government are not so much They are as agnostics, skeptics and open scoffers of all things commonly held sacred. They are endeavoring to wipe out Catholicism in Mexico, and have nothing to substitute for It." anti-Catho- lic anti-religiou- s. the Carranza CALL TIIEIK HAND. JOHN M. MULLOY, tria. What right has England to interfere with the distribution of 212 West Market. GR CAT WRONG. American charity? This is another Council, Y. M. I. Rev. Father Vantroostenberghe, In Timo's history no greater striking instance of England's in- C8MC8C3E83SC8aaC83aOOC?0 Dick Postmaster Schmitt, H. wrong has been added to a long humanity and her disregard of Fieuchtenlcht and A. B. Mattlngly injuries than is in process in Christian principles. list of were among thosa from this city . leglstered last week at West Baden Ireland now. ,In the convention at American bankers and investors Springs. f. Belfast a scheme of was .offered the people as a bit of have loaned to the belligerent Mr. and nations "approximately has ar- - ters, MissesMrs. Al Kolb.and daugh peaceful legislation, when in reality European Miss Susan McDermott MADE WITH Lorine and Rose Kolb, J"-7m will leave next Tuesday for a three it is as onilnovs an effort as ever ?900,000,000. Thus do tho rich rived home from the East. peace. stay at Elkhart Lake, Wis. weeks' aifigraced an English political party. favor k" yllT JT. Asslstant File Chief Pat Carroll They will visit Milwaukee and Perhaps to any one who cared so Is recuperating at Dawson Springs. Chicago. BARBECUE AND PICNIC. little for Ireland that her history Mrsf W. J. Cun an and Miss Cur-ra- n Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cassllly and la unknown to him, tho offer from rOUNTAIN SERVEverything Is In readiness for tho arrived in New York City last daughters, Misses Constance, Dor- SUPERIOR SODAICE. rule to part of barbecue and picnic to bo given Friday. England of home othy, Beatrice and Ruth Cassllly, In connecthton with our Candy DeIreland, excluding six counties, is a Tuesday by St. Paul's congregation are spending a month with Mrs. S. partment ne have recently Installed much good to at Woodland Park, of tho No. 7 En- J. Burford, at hor home at Dennis Hines, motion that promises 's the Preston and most modern and sanitary Soda days' Fountain that skill can build, and It Creek. Ireland. But does it? For Eng- Kentucky. The programme will be gine Company, is on his ten stands out In tho opening for your We have a comfortable Inspection. land perhaps, but not for Ireland, a varied one with some striking sur- vacation. perSpending the past week at Gray- seating capacity for elghty-flv- e good music will and It is only a soothing measure prises. There euchre be those who Miss Irene Ross, of West St. Cath- son Springs were Misses Mayme sons. Our mezzanine Is ono of the atand in Hennessy, Agnes and Katherine tractions. No extra charge for tablo unwar- and lotto play, besides for offered after the hasty and wish to an excellent erine street, Is visiting ielatives ' Moriarty, Lucy Veeneman, Mary El- service. ranted execution of tho, leaders of dinner and supper. All will be wel- Minneapolis. SEE OUR SPECIAL MENU. len Maloney and Margaiet and the late Irish revolution. Has Eng. come and can hero enjoy a delightMiss Katie Malono was at Pewee BUTTERFLY CANDY SHOP, land ever considered Ireland's good? ful day or evening and at the same Valley the past week, visiting Mrs. Rosella Keenan. time help the new home for the (INCORPORATED.) There is a determined protest by the Sisters. E. B. Malone. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kelly, 524 South Fourth street. who were hero for a visit to their liome rulers against dividing Ireland Miss Kathryn Callahan, of New parents, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Phones City 8G84; Main 31H-along a lino separating Irish CONDITION IMPROVING. Albany, Is In Elwood for a visit of Kelly, 709 Florence Place, have Catholics, but no and Irish returned to their home at Sheridan, People throughout tho city and several weeks. doubt England will put her plan Wyo., accompanied by their niece, State will be pleased to learn that has returned Virginia Lee Neafus. Miss Lois Severance Into execution and Ireland must Will S. Kaltenbacher, the brilliant from a visit to Mrs. Tom Newman bringon yoor accept. political writer for the Louisville at Morganfleld. Col. Frank McGrath and Police Times, who has been confined to his Captain Michael Hogan left Tuesday home, 730 South Eighteenth street, MUTILATED IRELAND. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleeson will by illness and threatened loss of leave Monday for a ten days' stay for Atlantic City, Mr. McGrath to join his family, who are spending is The deed Is done. Home rule eyesight, now improving. His. phy- at Petoskey, Mich. the summer there while Capt. Hohopeful that ho will wghowoVEiectrtcrFan sician is gan will try to solve the mystery of will b.e put Into operation fraction- be out soon in better condition than Miss Lillian McNulty has gone to the g consents to for several years. sharks. ally. John Redmond Indianapolis, where she Is attending the mutilation of his qountry. He the State Normal College. GOLDEN JUBILEE. SMITH SHEA. Sea breezes brought into has not called a convention of deleo Misses Bessie and Gertrude your home or office. t gates representing the sentiment of The next interesting church event The marriage of Miss Gall Lee at tho nation. He dare not do It. It Smith, pf Pleasurevllle, and Cornell New have been visiting relatives In this city will be tho golden Haven and New Hope. was solemnized was decided by the Directory of the Douglas Shea Jubilee .of St. Michael's church on United Irish League in which his quietly Thursday morning at the Miss Nelly Kearney has been vis- Brook street, for which tho Rev. parents, Mr. iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin O'Connor, the pastor, and his home of voice is supreme. The real verdict and Mrs. the bride's Frank Smith. The Row people are now preparing. The hiswill come later when there is a Edward W. Boes, of Pewee Valley, John Kearney, at Versailles". tory of St. Michael's is full of Interreal Ireland performed the ceremony In the presgeneral election and the Miss Florence C. Leahy Is attend- est to the Catholics of Louisville and families has an opportunity to express Us ence of tho twoThe only and a few ing Peabody College In Nashville, the diocese at large. When Father attendants friends. O'Connor was made pastor in 1906 feeling. That will be the way of close the bride's sister, Miss Frank Tenn., talkng a summer course. were ho was confronted with a church 236 W. JEFFERSON ST. reckoning when the action of the Smithy as maid of honor, and the Miss Gladys Sullivan, of Kokomo, debt jof over f 12,000, which has traitors will be reviewed by tho peo- groom's brother, Jesse Waldron Ind., Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs been reduced to $1,500, and besides Mr. and, Walter Davis, In New Albany. many Improvements have been ple. No one conversant with the Shea, as the best man. gone camping Mrs. Shea made. trend of thought In Ireland today two weeks, have which they will for be after and Miss Miss Nell Thompson may doubt what the sentence will at home at 934 South Third street. ENJOYABLE EXCURSION. with the Barrett spent the week-enbe. The people must submit for tho t Misses Foley at Pewee Valley. BISHOP CURLEY PLAYED. of six .Every detail has beeu perfected' present to the exclusion Mr. and Mrs. Augustus E. Will-so- n for the Catholic Knights' excursion counties of Ulster from the working Henry Morgenfliau, formerly Amwill leave August 1 to spend to Jasper and Ferdinand, Ind., on of tho home rule act. There will bassador to Turkey, was a visitor Sunday, July 30. The people or NORTON BUILDING month at Wequetonslng, Mich. be two Irelands. The will of the to Camp Whitman, New York, tho a those cities have always a cordial the time other week. Ho called on CoL Con majority is nullified for and Mary welcome tor tho Catholic Knights, N.W. Corner Fourth and JefTersiB Catherlno Misses vey and Father Duffy especially. The a visit and this tact has contributed largely and the noisy minority stands beh also had three other dis- BlandfordM,are homB after Spring- to making their annual trips the A. Mackln at fore tho world triumphant. This is tinguished guests in Father Cashin, to Mrs. most supcessful of tho year. PresiSing the best that English statesmanship chaplain of Curloy, Sing Prison; field. dent Ben Kruse, Gen. Michael of the diocese accomplish and Bishop B. J. Relchert, Henry Schulten, Capt. Osof today is able to John T. Malone has Joined tho car Maler, Charles A. Hill and othMsgr. Irish statesmanship of St.J. Augustine, Fla.r and Cut Flowers for all occasions. the worst that Louisville colony at Bay View, ers will look after tho comiort of Luko Evers. Sptclal attention given has over consented to. O, for the The reporters heard pf the visit Mich., where his family have a cot- all who make the trip. The train days of Gladstonel The giants of the youngest Bishop In the tage. leaves Seventh street depot at 7:45 orders. to the a. m. have gone; the pigmies remain. It United States and hurried the timo camp just about Miss Stella Buckley NEWNANZ H NEUNER CO. a man of Glad regimentalboys were starting a game from Frankfort, after has returned 1 unthinkable that a pleasant the Irish INCORPORATE). FIVE STELLAR, ACTS. to her aunt, Mrs. Thomas J. stone's vision would consent to such of Gaelic football. visit LoBinvillo, Ky. y Bishop?" they Brlglau. His sense of measure. the "Where's a Fot the week commencing with 657 FeBrth Ave., justice was too strong. He would aBked Father Duffy. out Mrs. John Burke, who was the the matinee tomorrow the theater there kick"There's himself have quelled from the beginning ing the ball with the lads," the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John W. and park of Fontaine Ferry will to bo an Price, has returned to her home at offer what promises programme unthe incipient treason of the Ulster-ite- s priest pointed. usually pleasing of And there he was, a soldier's Lebanon, Tenn. and. would have ridiculed before feature attractions, which should sasrownesa and campaign hat on his head, booting the world their Funeral Directors Miss Daisy Belle Kehoe, of Jef- find favor with the Ferry patrons. the pigskin lustily. But he broke yettises. up the game because all the boys fersonvllle, had as her guest this On the bandstand Edua Bradford, woman of rewanted to play on his side. So lie week Miss Prances Taggart, of New a charming young singer, will enEmbalmers. puted ability as a finally retired and a hard fought Washington, Ind. TKIGIIT LOSE BEST ASSET. tertain, while five stellar acts of game was played. A ring of guards field Miss Alma Keaney and Miss Dur-Te- tt vaudeville will be the offering m Th British provincial press and a was placed about the playingmight atA tremendous Oglesby left TUonday tor Dan- the theater. newspapers sug 1b case the umpire's decisions .' TtMBa 122 few of the London be unpopular, but Father Duffy xr--' ville to visit Miss Mary Timony and tendance Is dally 1a evidence at the gest that Sir Roger Casement's sen- uer&u iiieiu ibiiiuvbu. "big sanitary swimming poo, where Miss Nell Molssy. people are Baaing freedom from esaptied, cleaned and sterilised tence be commuted to life imprison-- j it mere '8 any kkk mil k awd murder of feer Irish ' Bishop arbitrate." 3dtr X "Dowllng k&S 'daughter, the oppressing heat. The pool is erery night. The meat. Mc-Can- The open and direct insult to this country in the boycotting and blacklisting of American firms and citizens by tho British Government simply because they continued to trade with enemies of John Dull calls. for a ringing protest from the Every United States Government. true American, proud of his country, rebels at the dictation of this 'bully and blushes with shame when he reads the columns, of our press, looking vainly for tho protests that should have followed 'this insult. Once again it is up to President Wilson, and his course is being watched by the millions whom the Tories class as hyphenated-Americanpro-Engli- sh prisoners of war, although strictly in keeping with her history in the past, has alienated the good will of neutral peoples who have been inclined to believe that Great Britain went to war for a high moral purpose to safeguard the rights of small nations. Great Britain can not afford to lose the good opinion of neutral States. Their belief in her disinterested championship of small nationalities has been her best asset, and would be highly advantageous in tho period following the war, when her trade must be reconstructed and her whole economic policy revised to meet new conditions. Most people are not accustomed to take too critical a view of passing events. They are easily swayed. The feelings or horror and resentment with which they regarded the murder of a score of Irish prisoners of war will pass quickly unless kept alive by other equally wanton murders. Any mercy shown to Sir Roger would therefore do much to Great Britain in their good opinion, particularly since they have allowed themselves to be cheated into tho belief that Great Britain's warfare was inspired by worthy motives for which she is dally sacrificing thousands of her sons. Great Britain is wise enough to know that "the quality of mercy is not strained," and thereforo it has been predicted that Sir Roger Casement will not suffer the extreme penalty of tho law. cold-blood- funrr) ' I 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. $19.50 Surety Refrigerators $10.50 White Enameled-lineRefrigerators, in the lifting top. style, with capacity of fifty pounds of ice. $28 Refrigerators $20.50 $42 Refrigerators $28.75 Refrigerators $5.75 d ALWAYS READY TO GO. Miss Edith, left Saturday for a visit to Mrs. Louise Mann and famJuly 25 Qrand barbecue and ily at Bardstown. picnic at Woodland Park for new Miss Lucille Dant was last week liome for Sisters of St. Paul's COMING EVENTS. Side-doo- r Style RefrigeApartment House Style At $5. 75 A Kitchenette Refrigerators, with vitrified rators, with white enameled Refrigerator, with enameled porcelain lining. Capacity of linining and capacity of one lining speialized here at 75 pounds. hundred pounds. Stewart's. BASEMENT Great Britain has again turned down tho appeal of the American Red Cross Society for permission to make conditional shipments of Red Cross supplies to Germany and Aus- s. church. July 25 Mackln Council picnic and outing at Fern Grove. July 26 Picnic of St. Ann's church at Spring Bank Park. July 27 Picnic of St. Leo's church, Thornberry'a Grovo, afternoon and evening. July 30 Exsurslon to Jasper, Ind under auspices of Catholic Knights of America. July 31 Moonlight excursion of Hibernian Social Club on steamer Homer Smith. August 1 Lawn fete and supper, Altar Society and Young Ladles Sodality of St. John's church, on church grounds. Lawn fete for St. August 2 on church church, Columbia and Market. grounds, Thirty-fift- h August 9 St. Joseph's Orphan orphanage on picnic Society grounds. 7 Annual lawn fete August for benefit of Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, on hospjtal grounds. August 17 Picnic and chicken supper on St. Agnes school grounds, Newburg road. August 17 Picnic of St. Aloyslus church, Peweo Valley. September 3 Excursion to Mam moth Cave, auspices of Trinity -1-- an honor guest at a "600" party at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Dawson, at New Haven. B. Mrs. week J. W. F. Mattlngly and family and George Burkley were this the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Spalding at Bardstown. Miss Mary J. Godfrey left this week for Omaha, where she will spend a month with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burns Miss Katherine Mooney, of Cin cinnati, and Miss Josephine Ebley, of this city, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed D. Shinnlck at Shelby vllle. Mrs. Lucy Riley and dauRhtor, Miss woodruff Riley, visited at Campbellsvlllo week, last the guests of Mis. RUey'a father, W. T RAILROAD WAGES MULLOY'S COFFEE sive coffee, If you want a delicious, Is the best coffee value offered. inexpen- Chandler. Shall they be determined by Industrial Warfare or 16-1- Mrs. John W. Owen and Misses A. Goodwin, F. B. Deuser, M. Hicks and M. Schmitt were among the Louisville buyers spending this week in Now York City. Mrs, Patrick McCann and children, of Cincinnati, have been spending the week with Mrs. mother, Mrs. Minnie O'Con-nel- l, in Jeffersonvllle. TRY OU- R- NEW BLEND 65c 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 2 lbs of New Blend. Federal Inquiry? Public-Do To the American I SOGIETY. I Lloyd-George- 's sS cXndV Z j? v Jsm r , his army ol employes is in your service. You pay for rail transportation 3 billion dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every dollar from you goes to the employes. 1 your, service. you believe in arbitration or indus-triwarfare? The train employes on all the railroads, are voting whether they will give their leaders authority to tie up the commerce of the country to enforce their demands for a 100 million dollar wage increase. The railroads are in the public service al - the public service ji Har-rod- On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-fiv- e percent of the train employes earned these wages (lowest, highest and average of all) as shown by the payrolls Passenger I Freight Range Averaga Rang Yard Averts Rno 1552 2696 1652 Average Engineers . Conductors Firemen Brakemen. I $38lo $2306 1847 1209 $1455 3505 1353 2358 649 1638 755 1854 $1916 1580 $1156 2424 1055 1749 $1566 1245 777 990 em- rrot-estan- ts .979 958 406 1302 751 1405 per-lor- ce Inflow 'VMJbb nK 957 1736 man-eatin- ployes (including those who worked only part of the year) by the 1915 payrolls were Passenger Freight Yard Engineers $2144 $1712 $1313. Conductors Firemen Brakemen The average yearly wage payments to all Southern train Mc-Ge- $. ...(.. 1723 1096 1013 1488 865 845 1157 688 86& FRED ERHART ARCHITECT x d Sixty-nint- FLORISTS out-of-to- A 100 million dollar wage increase for men in freight and yard service (less than h of all employes) is equal to a 5 per cent advance in all freight rates. The managers of the railroads, as trustees for the public, have no right to place this burden on the cost of transportation to you. without a clear mandate from a public tribunal speaking for you. The railroads have proposed the settlement of this controversy either under the existing national arbitration law, or by reference to the Interstate Commerce Commission. This offer has been refused by 'representatives. one-fiftthe-employe- , . " ernment determine this issue? investigation under the Shall a nation-wid- e strike or an Gov- - Rational Conference Committee of the Railways, A. S. CRE1C, AuU St. Louie A SaaFrancUco Railroad. C W. KOUNS. Cen't Manager, Atchbon, Topeka A SauU Fa Railway. H. W. MeHASTER, Uanar.r, Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad. half-wa- ELISHA'LEE, Chairmen. P. R. ALBRICHT, Cmn'l Mmagtr, AtUalU Ccut liar Railroad. U W. BALDWIN, Ctn'tUaaagtr, Central of CeorgU Hallway. C lw BAHDO, Cei7 Mnnagtr, New York, New Haica A Hartford Railroad. t II. COAPMAM, Southern Railway. 8. E. COTTER, Ctn'l Uanagtr, Wabaah Railway. IV E. CROWLEY, Aft. New York Central Railroad. C. H. EMERSON, Ctn'l tlamrngtr. Crcat Northern Railway. C H. EWINC, CnlJIuafv, Philadelphia A Readiag Raitway. fc W. CRICK, Ami, to Prmiiimt, CheVayeaho A OUo Railway. t H.BOSSESON and Cl N J). JAMES RUSSELL, A. M. SCHOYER, Norfolk aad Weetera Hallway. Ceit7 Jaaoger. Dearer A Rio Crande Railroad. RetldealVfeo-fVe- MAHER. yUt.Prr.IJml, , eiO FBHK AVBKUB -- PenaeylTaala liaea Weet. W. L. SKUritft. SeehoardStr Llaa RaUway. A. J. BTONE.'S'fco.Pro.U.at. Erie Railroad. A Ca'tManaay C i, WA1D, rtee-JVe- a, Central LUoe. linn 3 iU ', At. 7 jsziaisj:rvT20Ersr ij&xshx RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colunis. Wc aim to protect our read- ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN IiOUISVUJLB AMERICAN 'ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BY & a:mle3rioaj5- - .&difo5fo& 46th SEMI - ANNUAL "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" Sweeping-Ou- t CO. Sale for Seashore, Sweeping-Ou- t Our Special $5.00 Wreath Tho largest values In Funeral Flowers ever offered in Loulivllle, For prompt delivery call ?23 both phones. Oar Special $3.00 Spray Grand Barbecue and Picnic ADMISSION mjREJB At Woodland Park, Preston Street, Near Kentucky THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED Cool, Comfortable Shoes DIstlllors OI OliD FORTUNA "nOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR IASH PURE RYE LonlsvMo, Ky. MEN'S Shoes At aaaV for Mountains or Country Vacation Footwear of Every Description. TUESDAY. JULY 25, 1916 ing day. R. C. Church. H: Prices 1 inuunu DourthAVCTve LoulrvMr tUMBLma M60 mn For the benefit of the Shlers' New Home of St. Paul' In case of rain postponed to the follow- CSLICH ENGRAVING COIPANX ARTISTS, ENGRAVER8 ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky W. Mala St., Homo Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY BKr ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 ARTISTIC YOU CAN'T GO BAREFOOTED. AND YOU CAN'T AFFORD, SINCE YOU HAVE TO WEAR SHOES, TO OVERLOOK THIS SWEEPING-OUT SALE. "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." Euchre and Lotto, afternoon and evening, at 2:30 and 8:30 o'clock. Good Music. Dinner or Supper 25c. SPEND THE DAY AT SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. "SOUTHERN STAR" PRINTING SLICED BACON FIRST CLASS WORK "All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Glvo Tills Office Your Next Order Monxlnu" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE FROV1SION CO. (Incorporated.) 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 Cumb. South 140-A. Tbos. H. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Incorporated Louis D. Coady Homo 1671. Don't lllarao 00. Tan Calf and Oxfords, splendidly styled on BOSTONIANS' most famous lasts. Somo aro blucher style, fashioned over Nature lasts, so walking-line for And there are White Canvas Oxfords aplenty ALL THIS SEASON'S CLASS 1' MODELS. Gun-Met- Hero are ROSTONIAN "5. kJP 9r famous Sfcoes for Men. MACKIN COUNCIL OLD FASHIONED BASKET PICNIC Patent Colt DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Lledorkranz . the Cook If Your Coffee Is "Not Good $0.48 $9.98 MEN'S FURNISHINGS . 631 WEST WALNUT STREET ' Homo Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Our Coffee Is Carefully Selected while green, then blended and ROASTED BY US DAILY THOS. TRY LUBBERS $1.98 Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Refreshments, Games Vice President W L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McBoat leaves the foot of First street Carthy. Secretary Financial Edward Round trip tickets 25c. Clancy. FERN GROVE, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916 and Music. at 8:30 a. m. and 1:30 n. m. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Men's uownstairs Patents $2-2- 8 Sentinel Store-T- ans Thomas Keenan. James English. Tim Lyons. Catholic Knights' Excursion TO VIA THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J Gunmctal Oxfords SHEET METAL PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City $2'88 No Sale Goods Exchanged or Sent On Approval. Store Hours: Daily 8:30 to 5:30. Saturday 8:30 to 10 P. M. DIVISION 8. First and Third Monday at Hibernian Home. 1818-182- 0 Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Hession, O'Brien. JASPER AND FERDINAND, IND. STXNTDAY, tickets $1.50. Financial 4105 Henry Street Home Phono, Shawnee 1383-JOHN B. Recording Jr. .Secretary John J. L. 1000 Zane Street Secretary Matthew PEOPLES PEOVIDENT ASSOCIATION O'LEARY & CO. Incorporated. was organized by citizens Headquarters for to make LOANS CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Seo us about anything in real on furniture and other personal property at estate. We sell, buy and rent. LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bid?., 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. . S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2386. Home Phone City 4464. well-know- mN Mm Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Daniel Dougherty. M. Kalaher. Thomas Noon. Pleasant reception and good time for everypody. Train leaves Seventh Street Depot at 7:45 a. m. Children half fare. JJXY SO, 1916. Round trip n DIVISION 4. Meets Second and FourttiMondays, minmmn Klt 4 imp 417'419 Forth Ave Louisville. Residence Phone. Poweo Valley Phone, City S180. 21-- J. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL McTIghe. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secretary James J. Treasurer Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arm- s AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE dive us a trial for first-clas- $ service. We are as close to you as .your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs our specjalty. Give us a call. JOS. DALY 120 CONTRACTING PAINTER Room West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- al M. Pat Connelly. J. McDermott. Edward Byrne. 1, Building Y. M. I. mm Chawk & SmitluAuto Co. BR&WAY. SEVENTH, NEAR Both Phones 2300. 415 Fourth Street ilYlDANf ;:VJJLV-M1 SMITH'S W AHAJLAr awa TT AL. S. SMITH, PROP. aaoj SON.! 1 iiji wg- -, Mbr miB a gKlgi wtKk Meets Schaad. COUNCIL, 205. Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident S. O. Hubbuch. M. First Vico President F. BLYCKIN h. -- Second Scheckler. Buckle. Vice President R. L. tttswfettHHg DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 1 Prompt i Financial Secretary, F. Recording Secretary Q. Adams. O. W. I Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. Treasurer Q. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. JUIJILEK FOR TWO 1MIIESTS. Coles-burg, ; : I JlL9 Lj9 "Delivery CALL NO. 467 I 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET; f 5 The Rev. John Gastaldl, of and the Rev. Vincent Sclola, of Elizabethtown, will observe the twenty-fift- h anniversary of their elevation to tho priesthood at Coles-bur- g on Thursday, July 27. LOTTO AND EUCHRE. The ladies of St. Patrick's will hold their euchre and lotto party Monday night In the school Tiall at Thirteenth and Marsemi-monthly BEER i Sure.! NONE PURER NONE BETTER HOME THONG 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y J. J. BARRETTS SONSI FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. J KING AND QUEEN OF SPAIN. HMVVUVWUVVMWWUiMUMHUUVUwmVMVMVMWtUVWrM S Eat MoJbo. Recent photograph of King Alfonso and consort. Many indications point to King Alfonso as the likely peace mediator when conditions are ready for action. RECENT DEATHS. Throughout the city there was mourning when announcement was mauo or tne aeain or Mrs. Annie Riley DIgnan, beloved wife of John J. DIgnan, general freight agent of , Mareef:. jjmOUGHERTY I & McELUOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ;; ; ', Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH Climb. Main SOOS-- a M PXXOB7EBC5. Homo City 2D9S I 44..HMM,t"M-M4frMiM4-- SIMPLY CHARMING GERMAN AND SO VERY CHEAP BANK the Louisville & Nashville railroad, following, a brief illness of pneu monia. Mrs. Dignan was a woman of exemplary character, kind to. ner neighbors ana a mend totno poor, and to know her was to love her, as was attested by the many hundreds who called at the residence to pay a tribute to lier memory and extend condolence to the Besides bereaved husband. her husband she leaves a son, Thomas P. Dignan, and a sister, Mrs. Gregory Sheehan. The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St. Rev. church, Cecilia's Father Craney celebrating the requiem high mass, and was one of the largest witnessed in the West End for years. By .the death of Mrs. Eva which occurred Monday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Rees, 1223 Bardstown road, Louisville loses ono of its Mid-dendo- 150 On m&Ftsr 150 tho Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the abovo steamers leaves the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, every Sunday at 9 a. m goes up the miles about seventy-fiv- e beautiful Ohio, where she meets the return Uoat, arriving home about 7 p. m. oldest and most highly iBEllliK Fifth and Market Sts. THE BEST $1, $1-5- ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c $2 HATS AT Catholic women. Mrs. MIddendorf was born in Germany eighty-thre- e years ago, but had lived here since she was eight years old. Sho is survived by four children, Mrs. Rees, with whom she made her homo; John J. MIddendorf, Mrs. I. L. Kelly, of Fort Benton, Mont., and Mrs. Mary Ballard, of Town-senMont. The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St. Mary's church, where she had been a d, life-lon- respected g and devout communicant. j investigate Our New F.ree Delivery Service. SEE OUR ADS IN THE TMES, HEllALOJ AT4U Frank A. Ratterman, a highly respected resident of the West End, succumbed' Wednesday morning to brain trouble and paralysis, leaving a wide circle of friends to mourn his death. Ho resided at 117 West Market street and was Identi-Qe- d Mackln Council, St. Joseph Orphan Society and St. Anthony's church, from where his funeral took place yesterday morning. Surviving him are hl wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Winter Ratterman; two children. Earl and Lillian Ratterman; two brothers, John B. Ratwith JL'Uar. BEST QUALITY IMPORTED. AH tka Ute Hv Altar, Alb aiid Surplice Lace at reaseHab.e prices. W weald appreciate a visit Irbra yea wbea i the market for these kefeaodaare at reasonable ST. XAVIERJS COLLEGE 11 terman, the undertaker, and Lee Ratterman, of Chicago, and two year key aa rtnMttoa that will sisters, Mrs. John A. Duttllnger prapsx tksm for life and Mrs, J. A. Hillerlfch. W. tad mew Stylss and SaaM arte. Rogers Church Goods Co. lap I- - PURTH AVE. The funeral of Mrs. Daisy Finton McGov took nlace from St: Louis by the Xavsriaa Brethers. Bertrand's'chnurch Monday morning Cendccte OuoloaL Bel eat lie aa4 Buataeaa at 9 o'elook with a 'requiem mass. QevrsM, Preparatory Deaartaeat, Largs a Her death earns as a shook to her Well afitHae 0 ftwimmtuc Sreatwar, XUt1Us, Xy. i RAM IftWWI, Th ar. jaiia, BW, many girl friends and acquaintances ket, and will award a consolation prize, everybody holding a tally being given a chance. The ladies who will have charce aro Mesdames Thomas McCue, Thomas Board, Mc- In the Dominican parish, whore she Gorf and Misses Mary Davln, Ella was universally loved for her kindly Egan and Brldgie Cleary. disposition and unselfishness. She PICNIC AND SUPPER. was only twenty-thre- e years of age and her death followed that of her 17 there will be an Infant son. Deceased Is survived by oldOn August picnic and chicken fashioned her husband, John McGoy; her supper given by1 the members of St. mother, Mrs. Mary Finton; four Agnes their sisters, Mrs. Thomas Mannlx, Mrs. grounds, parish on road and school Speed Newbirg L. C. Caspersen, Mrs. J. L. Bark-le- y friends of and Miss Mayme Finton, and ono avenue. All the are cordially the inPasslonist fathers brother, John Finton. vited. Admission will be free, and John Cassldy, sixty-foyears old, arrangements have been made to died of a complication of ailments convey by auto from the cars to the Wednesday afternoon following a grounds all who come. long Illness at his home, 438 East UNPREPARED. Kentucky street. Ho Is survived by two sisters, MlBses Mary and Julia The warring European rulers are Cassldy. He had long been a resifor peace. With It dent here and was active and indus- not prepared inevitable, debts must changes are trious until he became ill. be settled in some way, enormous Peace armies must bo demobilized. MACKIN'S BASKET PICNIC. will bring in a new era, one which can not be foretold. It will bo full Members of Mackin Council look of surprises, Just as the war has forward with pleasant anticipation been full of surprises. And those in to the basket picnic to places of responsibility shiver at the be held next Tuesday at Fern Grove. thought. Arrangeemnts have been made for refreshments, baseball and other THE SEVEN SEAS. games and music. Boats leave the foot of First street at 8:30 a. m. "Tho seven seas" Is a poetic name and 1:30 p. m. This is Mackin's for tho oceans of the earth. The first outing of this kind for somo "waters embraced" In the term Inyears past, and a large crowd is clude therefore all the great waters therefore expected. of the earth. Specifically the seven seas aro divided as the North and ANNOUNCEMENT. South Atlantic, North and South Pacific, Arctic, Antarctic and Indian Dr. Charles A. Edelen announces oceans. the opening of an office suite, room 288 building, in the Atherton PAPAL MEDAL. Fourth and Chestnut. His office hours will be 11 to 12 a. m. and The traditional medal annually 4 to 6 p. m. coined by the Holy Seo on the occasion of the feast of SS. Peter and PROHIBITION A FAILURE. Paul this year significantly commemorates peace. It represents the The monthly report of tho Com- Pope surrounded by five figures of Internal missioner Revenue, Bymboliztng parts of tho world and showing the consumption of liquors the Blessed Virgin descending from for the month of May, has just been heaven offering an olive branch. The issued and shows that the consump- first medals struck were presented tion of spirits was 1,800,000 gal- to the Pope, who expressed the conlons greater than in May of last viction that peace would be the year, while the consumption of beer most important event of his pontifiin May this year was 67,000 bar- cate. rels more than that of May, 1915, All of this proves that prohibition CARDINAL GnJBONS. does not prohibit as our professional Cardinal Gibbons will be eighty-tw- o prohibitionists claim, despite the years old July 23, and his g length of service In the College of fact that 51,000,000 people are in dry territory (?) Cardinals is only exceeded by that of Cardinal Netto, but as the latter ST. GEORGE'S. has retired from an active life Cardinal Gibbons is looked upon as .The annual picnic of St. George's tho dean of Cardinal priests. Carchurch takes place Tuesday at dinal Netto was born in 1841, and Stowers Grove on the Eighteenth-stree- t Cardinal Gibbons therefore is seven read. There will be no charge years his senior.. Cardinal Netto for admission and a good time is was created and proclaimed a Carpromised. A brass band will furnish dinal in 1884, while Cardinal Gibwill be the bons was elevated to the Sacred the music and ' I Collage In 1886. excellent meal to. be served. , ur IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. INCORPORATED JOHN F. OERTEL CO. PHONE CITY 859. !& Service?" EITHER PHONE, LOUISVILLE. KY, JOHN B. FRANK WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 LOmSVTLiIEJ. !KT, A Case offGood Judgment. Order a Case f FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN ETCOarORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. gJd at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, cxcellestiMvM GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaasers, Louisville, Ky. Go to Grayson Springs AND BE OOOL AND IIATPW Fontaine Ferry ParR HX0K-C&ASB llv-Jn- VAUDEVILLE SANCX2T& CONCERTS Three good meals a day, with DAIIAT FREE BAND ADMISSION TO PAKK plenty spring chicken and fresh vegetables from our farm. Danc- Afternoon Ttte. Alter 8 V. X. 18. ing, bowling, tennis, fishing and NOTE Coupon given with gate ticket swimming. Water uaequaled ,for Kood for admission to theater or Write for dance pavilion. curative properties. rates. SKX BIS RAKXTASX AJJ3BK.T A. PLOGK, Manager. POO GraysoH iJprlags, Ky, JCOW HWIMMMING ariK A jaZJSCTTJOETXr IRISH AMEIOAJV. HnmmnniminnwiinMHHMiinM Herman Straus sons J f tNcaxpoweo FOURTH AVCNUC MARKET STREET TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 "''" sssssssssE'SP" tigwn!a9IH 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 &U expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subscription. ,&!&&' 'M,IY WTrWwrSBm&-- UssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssB World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for ffc Mr'. Club or Position whom I consider the most popular member of the Twin City League. Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, "Followinc is the roster of the Twin City Baseball League, each Melcher, Frantz, Mattingly, BohanBos of whom Is entitled to enter the non, Ceresl, Madden, Curley, Ham- Kentucky Irish American's World's lueycr. Kencaly, Hamilton, series contest, tho first coupon for mond, Joo Murphy, F. Weber, Cllnes. Mackin Council C. Ellers, Thorn- which appears in this issue: Imperials Fussenegge'r, Traeger, ton, Schleman, It. McGrath, Morris, Haag, Warren, Lally, L. Melsner, Dayls, Bosler, Aulbach, Murphy, Scheckler, Eschman, R. Pontrich, E. Harrigan, Hafnor, Conley, Schene, McDonough. Elpers. OhJle. Itonn. Weber, Con- - Cronan, Atwell. Larkin Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara- F. Sfeir. Voor, Kraemer, Ed- gon . Wrterman. Higgins, elen.' Chenoweth McDermott. G. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polin, Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, Weber. E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E. Hlncs, Ituss, House, Meagher, Car-Loeffler, ney, Fitzgerald Bloemer. C. Flynn. Ptofflnger Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett, Dal- Baumgarten, McCabe, Wledmelr Roller. WlUInghurst. ton, Fries, M. Logan. J. Deoken, Schmoetzer. Schott. J. Hogan, Temborley, dies- - Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E. ' Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Finne- ter, Kllloran. gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, phy, C. Voss, G. Klier. i ' &" St JULY CLEARANCE SALE HERE YOU CAN FIND J Now Going On in Ail Departments! MRS. WILLIAM B. LEEDS. Widow of the American tinplato millionaire, whoso engagement to Prince Chrlstopheres, a member of tho reigning family ot Greece, was Shadburn, reported in London. T.WIX CITY LEAGUE. Tho Twin City League will resume operations tomorrow afternoon, having postponed last Sun day's games as a tribute to Owner wathen and the Louisville club. Much interest is being manifested in the outcome of the Mackln-Chamand the Imperlals-K- . of C. game tops J. Mur- - council K Sprunk( Donnei,y sandman, d! cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammei man Schwind, Neumeyer. Gill BwXfdf Hack, Tracer.Murphy ou.Lleber.N. O'Brien, Curran. M Hogan cl Coleman. T , ,R h News Notes. morrow, for if both leaders win then F dward J. Wolfe, E. Stelnbock, interest will be at fever heat the Thomas D. Cllnes. following Sunday, when the Champs Our next event will be tho State Umpires Alvln Wells, Mulligan, and Knights meet for the third and convention. Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. last time of the season. Other Division 1 will meet next Thursgames tomorrow are Bertrand day evening. and Orioles vs. Olympics. . Tho Boston convention reports The standing to dato: will bo given in full next week. TWO MORE TWIN, CITY LEAGUE FAVORITES. L. W. Pet. Clubi. Ashland sent ..... 11 2 .846 Boston, headed a good delegation to At great reductions in prices. These are all new and K of C by tho Howards. 11 .846 2 Champs fresh goods and must be disposed of in order to make Not until Thursday did tho na 5 8 .615 Mackin get down 'to X 7 6 .462 tional convention Olympics room for stocks that will arrive soon for fall trade. 7 6 .462 earnest work. Hertrands Division 4 will meet next Monday 7 6 .462 Imperials 9 4 .308 evening and hear reports from the Orioles WE GIVE GOLD TRADING STAMPS 13 0 .000 Entertainment Committee. Trinity Membors of Division 1 are becomGum shoo methods were the feature in the Twin City popularity con- ing encouraged over tho progress test this week, one of the managers made thus far this year. of a leading candidate stating that Tho County Board met WednesNow For the Palm Beach Suits he was saving up for a killing or day evening at Bertrand Hall and killings, and that he discussed the coming State convena series of would begin to set tho pace for the tion. raco in the next week or two. An Division 3 has been very successother contestant says that he has ful for tho past few months and has postponed his vacation time until considerably reduced Its building in the world's series and he certainly debtedness. intends to enjoy his vacation then. Local members, are sorry that Anyway at present it' is anybody's County resident Connelly INCORPORATED. race and a llttlo hustling on tho could not see his W. J.clear to atway part of a Twin Cltler or his friends tend the convention at Boston. BOTH PHONES S. Fifth St. 426 2635. will land this trip, tho first or its Louisville, Ky. Boston mails are a day later than kind ever offered to any amateur those from Now York, hence only Our workmanship is positive' tlio best in tho city, nml backed leaguo In this city. The following is the standing to date, exclusive of letters and papers mailed Tuesday up by a huuso of long standing and financially responsible. reached here In time for this issue. clipped ballots, whtch will be Our service not equaled. State President Deery has called counted at the close: .........35 0 the Indiana State convention to Haragan, Bertrands..... ........110 meet at South Bend on August 29. imMAltWMAlAfcmU4llAjMA......A........................... Stelnbock, scorer 90 The Hotel Oliver will bo headquarMorris, Mackin T-Tt.T A -- T 90 ters. Kenealey, K. of C 80 Kllloran, Orioles San Francisco Hibernians have 80 sent $17,000, their first installment, Coleman, Champs 60 to relieve Dalton, Olympics suffering in Ireland. That time comes for every man. The only way to preGO Archbishop Hogan, Champs Hanna is Chairman of BEN BOSSMEYER, MERLIN HOGAN, GO pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put J. Scully, Olympics the committee. K. of C. 60 . Champs. Thornton, Mackin Tho Hibernians it in a savinga account at interest. 50 Ind., were representedof at Richmond. O'Brien, Champs Boston by 50 County President Higgins, Bertrands 8AVE FOR A HOME-SA- VE M. J. Egan, 50 County President Miss Mary Carney Murphy, Olympics KNIGHTS OF G0LI1BE FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE 50 Burns, scorer ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account Margaret Fitzglbbons. AND INVEST 40 and Mrs. B. Schulte, K. of C SAVE FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE Tho Ladles' Auxiliary was reprewith this safe, conservative, Champs .. 40 Sheehan. FOR INDEPENDENCE. Late News That Will Interest R. Pontrich, Imperials...... Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more 40 sented at Boston by Miss Llila Mur30 phy, State President, of Covington. Imperials Harrigan, We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you In your investments. Members Here and at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 30 Mrs. Mary Monahan, of the same Burko, Bertrands per cent. No cost to you whatever. city, was County Hoard delegate. 30 Cronen, Mackin The same courteous attention given the Rev. T. J. McCaffrey, State Chap-Iai- I 30 & Donnelly, Trinity. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. 30 and James McBreen, Mattingly, K. of C State The council at Oakland, Cal., Is Lally, Mackin 20 President, both of Covington, were I COLUMBIA BUILDING. FOURTH AND MAIN. nearlng tho 1,000 membership mark. Ohligschlager, Trinity. 20 the State delegates to tho national Capital and Surplus, $3,750,000. 20 convention. Omaha Council at its last meeting Chester, Orioles John H. Collins was 38 Under tho Bis Clock 20 delegate from the County Board. Second and Market donated $100 to th Foter's Fence Bosler, Trinity. VVVVVVVVVVVVVtVV'VVVVVAV.VVVVVVVVVVVVl 20 Judge Michael Shine fund. Scheckler, Mackin and James State Government Supervision. 10 Maloney wero alternates. It is now beIevcd Indianapolis Ciresl, K. of C 10 will have a class of fifty for initia- Voor, Imporials DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN 10 Eschmann, Imperials OASEMEXT PETITIONS. tion in September. 10 Murphy, Bertrands The building of a 1100,000 homo Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. 10 Over sixty volunteers in New in Indianapolis puts tho Knights Flynn, Bertrands C 10 York City and surrounding towns Bossraeyer, K. of there to a crucial test. are circulating petitions securing Denver Council shows tho true protests against the execution of COLONELS LOXG TRIP. Bpirlt by forming a company of volSir Roger Casement, the fight for unteers ready to despond to the first Louisville will play Kansas City clemency being led by the Hearst call. again this afternoon, closing tho papers. The following is a sample doTho council at Boulder, Col., series tomorrow with a double or the nated $500 to the Sacred Heart header, Columbus coming Monday publishedtributes to the work and in the Now York Ameri- UPSTAIRS STORE. school, which will be a magnificent for four games, which will bo the can: 425 W. Jefferson Street structure. on the home grounds until last "Personally and in behalf of hun-drBuffalo Knights threw open their September 2. Next Friday tho Colwho have voiced tholr admirabeautiful .new club rooms for tho onels will open in Indianapolis, this tion of your manliness, I wish to Shriners, and tho act1 was greatly being tho first stage of their trip thank you for your good words for 'appreciated. abroad, which will last over a Ireland. Though all tho might of Three hundred will recelvo tho month, and as another glaring blun- hell should plan and endeavor to Where the home is fourth degree tho day preceding tho der in tho schedule tho Louisville stem the tide of Irish rage and revJtmmmmmmB Where work Is quickly brightest; dono; Davenport national convention opon- -' team, after making tho entire round olution, it shall not, it can not do of the Association, playing four to bo. ing, July 31. Tho true American, such as Whore tho work la Where cooking seems lightest; A complete company of Knights, six games in each, comes back to you, is with us, the true man of real fun; drilled and prepared to fight for Indianapolis on August 29 for an- every nation is with us. Ireland Where the meal Wlicro baking gives their country, will head tho San other four games before returning has given to all nations her blood He cooked bost; Francisco preparedness parade to home, thus opening and closing and genius in tho cause of freedom. their trip at that point. It Is the Every true product of that freedom Where tho rango stands Whero drudgo Is out of day. tho test sight State Deputy O'Brien's appoint- consensus of opinion now that with will stand by Ireland now. Go on catcher. with tho good work, and may tho That's where tho ment of J. A. Fuegleln, of Louis- a new first and second stringon That's where the their (od of freedom and justice bless "Quick Meal" comes ville, as State Lecturer, was a the team could stand pat "Qulek Meal" comes In. gives satisfaction in present lineup, a good catcher being you." happy one and in. a crying need, while the other weakall three districts. Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold. Installed and Highly Ilecomnioaded ness weak hitting is only the efMACKIX'S REUNION. The annual week's outing for the Ohio councils at Cedar Point will fect of a slump. During the balance FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. of tho homo stay the fans should open August 22, and will close the Mackin Council will havo a big masse out following Saturday night with a turn boys en send-o- not only toasgive family reunion and basket picnic FREE SERVICE. an next Tuesday at Fern Grove. It a but also the special pyrotechnical display. encouragement to the management, has been a long slnco Mackin which has bravely met the different has had a picnictime as tho one 'VINCENTIANS. such trials and misfortunes thus far. to be given Tuesday, and all the 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. SALE or EXCHANGE The general old timers are going to b'o on hand. for all LANDS GOOD PLACE. Two boats havo been charterd for the Louisville conferences of tho St. $5.00 AND UP. tho trip up tho river, and they will H--Vincent de Paul Society will take f iH4 1 l II 1 1 1 1 John H. Cahlll, tho well known leave tne rerry dock at a. m. place at tho 7:30 o'clock mass toM. J. BANNffl, P. BANNON, JR.. LAWRENCE general contractor, was on Tuesday and 1:30 p. m. Music 8:30 enter J. VEENEHAN. and morrow morning at St. Elizabeth's CO. of appointed Vice Pro. & Trias. Pr. iMff. INCORPORATED. SMTttery. church on East Burnett avenue. son county OH InspectorJudge Jeffer- tainment of all kinds will be pro Samby County vided for old and young. A ball Members are urged to be present, so Both Phone 13S 333 WEST MAIN STREET ad to insure a large attendance and uel W. Green. The office, which is game betweefti the officers of the thus make better known the works a really important one, is paid for council and Mackln's crack team of the society. The annual meeting In fees and is one of the most will be played at 3 o'clock, and will be held in the afternoon In the lucrative In the State. The new prizes will be awarded the winners Inspector is a resident of this city in the races for old and young. Knights of Columbus hall. Swer and Calvert Pipe, and stands high in financial circles. laaaeu's FateBt Litfied Pipe fer Steam Ceadalts, SUMJIER SCHOOL. He win resume the duties or his JEFFERSOXVILLE. office today. Wall Cepisrf, Draia Tile. Yitrilet Irkif. X The Best Straight Whisky On Earth Tho Catholic Summer School at The Franciscan Chapter is this x nrerreeang, Lining, rire SrlcK Cliff Haven,1 N. Y of which the If. OF O. EUCHRE. week holding Its annual meeting at Grate an leiler Tile, Greaaa Fire Clay, ChiaaeyTe?. Rev. Father John P. Chldwlck, D. Syracuse, N. Y and the people ot A euchre, lotto and 500 games D., is the President, is scoring its St. Anthony's church in Jefferson-vill- e OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON are awaiting .anxiously to learn will fee given by the local council, most successful year. Among the INCORPORATED whether the Itev. Father Auer will Knights of Columbus, next Thursday visitors already there are many ot HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. Sale Ownsrs Registered Diat. No. 33 as their pastor or trans- evening- at tanning's (Park, this en America's most noted people. The be retained W0RK3- - -- 13tkdBreck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet.'9tk and lOth. X ferred to another field. are So far as tertainment to be for members and lectures and entertainments West Main Street. ex highly appreeiated and will continue. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 , iner Auer Knows no onanga in their famlllM or company 1 h Ii1111 clusively. HI I III 1 1 1 1 1 1 HI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,M iTl contemplated. until September 8. ""-C- ap nj . HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Frank Women's Ready to Wear Wash Dress Fabrics I Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings ! iimiimuH4frmnnntmmn io 50c 50c CLEANING AND DYEING CO. fBsH'HHIi lVJ imJKr: Tt,rTT-- i TTAxr. FAI LIAI5! T Sixty-one-year-o- ld n, FIDELITY COLUMBIA TRUST CO. German Insurance BanK BE SURE TO CALL FOR Hennessy Axman McKENNA POPULAR PRICE TAILORS es WHISKY. Where the Quick Meal Comes In IlEEjlI do-lig- IT IS ALWAYS PURE. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES ff QEHER & SON, Ju w. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. mini B market st. 1 ANS I GHILDERS ELECTRIC ;;P. f BANNON PIPE CO. tie fc OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. 573-178- 6. - .... ... i........ 1