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POT THAT youi, PIPE IT fi IN AND SMOKE r OUWTACTOWY f Kentucky Irjsh American .... -- PI IMYtmnl Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. - .. - ,. i. ... .. i- .- VOLUME XXXVIL NO. 5. .I,, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. ,i. . i .... , . . ...-..-..- .- ... PRICE FIVE CENTS. t M and seeks to Influence the public mind as though they wore actual. So long as the Monaco confines itself to facts that make against the public weal, and exposes the corruption of Rome, purely as a matter of fact, I am with It; but I decline to go with it in its fancied Have Opportunity to Secure Appredictions and to act on these as proval and Support of though they were In actual existence. I am opposed to the whole American People. business on the score of fairness, and will go further and say that I do not share in the alarm that the Menace seeks to raise, and positively Public Indignant at Great Brit-ian- 's decline to participate In the inCourse and Want Exflammation of sentiment which that paper seeks to produce. It will be planation Demanded. time enough for Inflammation when these supposed or imagined things come to pass. It is Idle to say that It will then be too late. I do not Republican Campaign Commitbelieve a word of it. This country tee Not Exactly Satisfied With is too Intelligent, too cautious, too e Hughes' Progress. wise and too to suppose for a moment that any system can bo clandestinely nurtured and maintained to tho extent of disrupting and bring about the dire ruin that AXTON'S FIGHT FOR CONTROL abides, Tor the most part, in the imaginary compartment of the brain of the Menace. Looking at its attitude and policy, Tho Republican National Camits utterances nnd wild predictions, DOMINICAN ELECTION. there Is danger of the Menace per- paign Committee is far from satis-fle- d Great enthusiasm was shown at with the progress of tho Hughes secuting while seeking to provide Representatives of the religious the convention of tho Ancient aOrder t against persecution. Tho logic of candidacy and tho improvement Copley-Plazorder of St. Dominic, known as the of Hibernians at the ENGAGING BANDITS the whole business Is that we con- looked forward to this past week "Wednesday morning, when Rev. Order of Preachers, aro. gathering During the sudden attacks by Mexican bandits the United States troops have used their transport stitutionally provide for the Roman has failed to materialize. There id scored the dis- In Rome from all parts of the world Philip J. O'Donnell Catholic church and then turn a lack of life at the headquarters; missal of tho appeal of Sir Roger and within a short time will elect wagons as a means of shelter. 3. .round and make it as intolerable for too much recognition of the ProCasement, and urged tho delegates a Master General. The American it to exist in America as possible. gressives and a reawkening of tho assembled to adopt strong resolu- representatives left for Bordeaux, en old quarrel between, the latter and SEEISB'KHEIKl If everybody outside Roman Catholtions condemning the action of the route to the Holy City, about the B e Republicans. In tho ' icism agreed with the Menace wo the & British Government. Tho delegates, mlddlo of the month, among them should practically say: "Yes, come different State conventions the Pro"AjLL without a dissenting vote, carried being Very Rev. J. Raymond along; you have as much right here gressives have balked at indorsing out Father O'Donnell's suggestion. Meagher, O. P., Provincial of the as anybody, but understand that we Hughes despite the efforts of tho After passage they were sent to the order in Now York. The term of aro going to make it as hot for you leaders, and strange to say, despite American Ambassador in London office for the Dominican Master g the advice of their former chieftain as we can. We are going to and Bishop O'Dwyer, of Limerick. General is twelve years. The Very at you and make you rue ever Roosevelt. Nominee Hughes Is doThe same action was taken In the Rev. Hyacinth M. Cormier, who Is wishing to plant yourselves on ing everything In his power to stir Alliance receivedfthe indorsement of the Hibernian National convention of the Ladies' Auxiliary. now In his eighty-fift- h The German-America- n year, comAmerican soil." That Is precisely up interest, but unfortunately is not The rest of the session was taken pleted last May his term as General. where the logic of the Menace car- a rousing campaigner or mixer. His up with the report of officers and By Apostolic authority he continued convention and the following greeting was sentltp that organization: ries It. I submit that It would be political successes in the past were the reading of a long letter of con- In office until the delegates can be much more honorable and fair just dud to public sentiment which cargratulation and encouragement from assembled for the election. The to raise the barrier of intolerance ried him into office. Ho has never Cardinal O'Connell. troublesome times have naturally "We the Ancient Order of Hibernian? in convention assembled, extend to outright and say to the Roman been tho popular Idol of tho people, The Ladies' Auxiliary held their caused many delays. parThose Catholics: 'We draw the line on only the instrument which the pubsession in Convention Hall and were ticipating in the election represent you; you must bo excepted from the lic used to accomplish its end. Right of the or German birth and origin our fellow-citizen- s by Cardinal O'Connell, ac- the governing and the governed elevisited universal principle embodied in tho now there is no real enthusiasm In. companied by Rev. Joseph C. ments of the order. There is no orfirst article of the constitution, the Republican party and a won by the Fatherland, and we congratulations for the successes which P. R., and Rev. Philip J. der in the whole church so demowhich provides that all religionists, Is needed to revive Interest. O'Connell made cratic in its government. O'Donnell. Cardinal of whatever possible type, may worAs stated last week In these colGermany at the end In which 'ho praised war will help with the liberation or" a short address, hope The following American fathers ship as they wish." umns, President Wilson has the opthe Irish woman for her purity and, will participate in the elective chap" I am very far from defendine or portunity of his political career and offered the prayer ter: Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, loyalty. Ho then Ireland." advocating the Roman Catholic re- the success or failure of tho Demoof the convention in English, after New York City; A. L. McMahon, ligion; that Is their business; but I cratic party throughout the United McDermott, San Francisco; J. A. Hlnch, Prior which Rev. Patrick N. MMMMMMMMMBBa am just as far from building a plat- -' States depends upon his action with Irish of St. Antonius, Newark, N. J.; F. of Massena, Chairman of the form of imagination or of pure sup-- j Great Britain. The President must History Committee of that State, D. McShane, of tho .Dominican position and proceed to dog and make a firm stand and call tho perous government 5ud the plan, said the same prayer in Gaelic. Mrs. House of Studies, Washington, D. g everlasting from this airy hand of John Bull in the present invites failure frafm the start Ellen Ryan Jolly, tho National C; J. A. Driscoll, Seattle, Wash.; d position. This Is In tho Interest of series of insults and through lack of ample Jtaxable propPresident, reported on the Irish E. S. Olsen, Prior of Portland, sheer fairness and humanity. The outrages being meted out to tho erty. The most capable business question at length and also the plan Ore.; F. A. O'Rourke, Antioch, Cal.; uoman catholic has a right to be people of tho United States. In the men are left out oflttie home rule for the memorial to Catholic nuns Louis Perez, New Orleans; J. B. here; he has a right to worship and Senate the other day Senator territory and the politicians to be who lost their lives in the civil war. Moore, British West Indies. of Now Jersey, said: "Great conduct his system his own way; Thursday morning there was a entrusted with, the 'operations of and we have a Tight to policies to tho Britain has solemn requiem masB for deceased Events Now Indicate a General the bill ,Iack? the nteeesary train- Takes Finn Stand Against Per- to expose it as much as criticize it, United Statesdictated CONTRARY TO RULE. we please, and attempted to conproduce ing and experlenceA;tb members and two business sessions to call all the attention to it we trol our foreign and domestic consecution of Fellow Catholic Election Not Later Than which revenue yielding branches of the Hibernians and Ladles' AuxDuring the present torrid season wish, to show that It is decidedly duct. She has dictated our policy Citizens. , iliary, hearing reports and spirited it is the customary rule with all will, not inflict,' oppitawrve burdens. November. .undemocratic in its tendency. If that! with je.gard to" tho building ot the discussions. At nightJtheJolnt ban- fraternal societies to meet and only can ne established, to go back and Panama canal, which wo built and quet was held at the Copley-Plaz- a Dublin to be patient friends in transact routine business, adjournshow what Its history has been and paid for; she has rifled our malls, Hotel, when addresses were deliv- ing quickly, and no discussions or comprofor a year or two, as the .ill else-- but when we undertake to bho has stopped every American ship ered by Gov. McCall, Mayor Curley, talks prolonging the sessions, but the Believed Lloyd-Gcorg- c Intends mise measure will show the utter Roman Catholic Has Right to Bo Infer and conclude from certain that sails the seas at her ovr pleasHon. Claude G. Bowers, Hon. James meeting of Division 4, A. O. H., in incapacity of the people in Lelnster, premises what the outcome will be, ure, and taken them Into her own Here and Worship His to Supersede Itedmond ' A. Gallivan, Hon. Peter F. Tague, Bertrand Hall Monday evening Munster and Connaught to govern treat those Inferences as facts and ports for examination; and now wo Hon. Alexander A. Rorke, Rev. proved an exception. Own Way. A good atproceed to fan a flame of sentiment are helplessly awaiting her next the country, the act will be reWith Devlin. Philip J. O'Donnell, Hon. Francis tendance was present, and strange on these arbitrary inferences ex- move." pealed and home rule killed forSenator Martine might J. Horgan and Matthew Cummlngs. to say nearly every one present cuse me. have added tho story of tho blackever. The brewery and tramway Much business was transacted FrU tried his hand at discussing the The basest criminal has rights list and boycott of American firms; interests of Dublin expect to run day. John O'Dea, of Philadelphia, questions before the house and into allow the that must and unless Relief The Irish Question Is In a Dan- the new government and the first Unchristian to Join in Hue and we propose be respected, eyes to one the refusal to land with Irish for the of tho Resolutions Com- stead of an Chairman early adjournment to close our Committee aid clash will come from their attempt Cry Raised by the made his report, and tho President John Hennessy had a hard mittee, gerous Element at This of the fundamental rocks of our sufferers whom England has Impristo saddle taxation on the farmers. resolutions were adopted without time In shutting off debates after a constlttulon, we can not go to the oned and persecuted; the entrance Menace. A most bitter opposition to the bill Time. The resolutions con- three hours' session. And to show discussion. e length to which this Into American waters of a British Menfarmers of is noted among the demning the British Government for that they were still ripe for arguace goes. These people are humans, cruiser, and the latest, the refusal in the Tyrone and Fermanagh case of Sir Roger ment a motion to hold the verdict in the they are citizens of the national to allow Publisher McClure, a repanother North and who will now be ruled Casement were passed without op- meeting was only beaten by one resentative American, to cross Englby Belfast, with the result that SHEER FAIRNESS AND HUMANITY faferlc, and it Is more than a misfollowing cablegram vote. position. The Lynch, Fred ENGLAND REJECTS AMERICANS take or blunder to pursue a policy ish" soil. recruiting has fallen off to an exby Rev. Patrick N. Mooney,Con Ford, Joe T. J. Langan was presented Tom Downey, like the one pointed out it is In thr above is President Wilson's tent alarming to tho army officers. Turner, of Iowa, to be sent to Sir and Tom Lynch were leaders In the wrong. opportunity from not only the standof martial law Roger Casement: The continuance fray dll evening, .and all agreed that is nonsense to share in the point of Democrats, but also from It districts has caused In peaceful "We, the members of the Ancient it was a rousing meeting of the old conclusion of the Menace. Were Ameriarticle by a News great ill feeling and more uprisings In Tho following number of thewriter Roman Catholics to undertake to the the standpoint of any true actions Order of Hibernians or America, in style type. John Riley, Joseph Hen- Irlah Press July 10. Service. Bapdo can citizen who resents the the current Dublin, Events on both aro predicted Upwards of 1,700 National convention assembled, are nessy and John B. O'Daly were World, a local publication, calls what the Monaco indicates, the anti- of this bully. It is believed that genwith you In spirit and desire to tell telected to membership and the ap- sides of the channel indicate men and women rebels are still in tist spirit (ttention then you, In life, that your efforts for plication of Tim Kelly was re- eral election not later than Novem- prisons. The arrest of member of ods and to the fact that the meth- clericalthat of of America would if the Presidont doesn't act but as Franco child's play. Congress will forco action, tactics employed by the make Ireland's independence will never be ceived. (Premier Asqulth has agraad Parliament Ginnel is resented. ber. unmanly stated above, it Is Wilson's opporMenace are an Incentive and pro- It is unfair, unpatriotic, forgotten and your memory shall to Introduce Immediately tho Irlsl. motive of religious persecution. The and Inhuman, and more, unchristian tunity, and on his position depends ever remain green In the hearts of S. S. McClure, the American pub- writer discusses seriously the to Join In a hue and cry like that the success or failure of the DemoCATHOLIC WEEK. Government bill, which threaten lisher, who was detained for some Irish men and women throughout pub raised by the Menace. logic of the Menace cratic party, not only In the Presito be amended to its death In tho the world." by the British authorities on lishers, his only mistake being that time beginning Sunday, The week dent's race, but In every contest Lord Lansdowne, his arrival at Liverpool The resolutions on "Hyphenated August 20, will be known as "Cath- House of Lords. on the t. n rlnnr nt iYn mnr rA ntif fr throughout tho nation. VINCENTIANS. A ringing Americans" declared: "The political olic week" in New York City the of the Cabinet, repudiates the American liner Philadelphia, must . .. Mpn.pn, mildnoSS. and that rebuke of England and a demand agreement in a return to the United' States today circulation of tho catch phrase following Catholic societies and orpoor dupes Members of the St. Vincent de for an explanation of her conduct statement, demanding that 'Hyphenated American' Is aimed ganizations to meet there; The is the graft from the Its Tho second be submitted to the voters on board the same vessel. d Paul Society of this city an will secure for him the support of and swallow the bill mischievously at Office declined to who read and inflammatory utter- excellent showing Sunday made British Home of Catholic Somorning the American people In the great as much, perhaps, as at any other American Federation Roman Catholic and predicts tho defeat of the grant a permit for McCluro to stay warningsThe article is as follows: ances. at St. Elizabeth's church, when majority, the only dissenters being Ho says that England in England race which Is embodied In our cit- cieties, the German Catholic Young measure. paid Verein, the of decided wit a holy communion izenship. We are proud of the race CentralNational Union, tho Gonzaga will not reward Irish treason and also". There was ,,,,, flavor Armi. Wnrvi over 500 received the feast of their the Tory Americans and The British authorities have w press. Men's In celebration of to which we belong, and there Is Union, the New York State League that the Government is being held refused permission ' " The local fight for the Republican when he Bald ot no reproach In the 'hyphen' when John Red- land from the steamer Philadelphia New Englana thatthe Puritans of patron, who was the great exemplar Congressional nomination New up by revolutionists. waxes Central Verein ..Tney came to of true Christian charity. Rev. applied to Americans of the Irish of the State Federation nnd tho mond, having refused to call a Na- oi laumuo -of Catholic York God ac- - Father Assent was the ceelbrant of warmer every day and the man tniB country to worship race, The race In America has Societies. Cardinal Farley, Cardinal tional convention according to cus- Yoric, Treasurerb cordin' to the dictates of their own the mass, and in a forceful and chosen to oppose Congressman Sher-le- y never divided their loyalty to Amer- Gibbons, O'Connell, the tom., an independent convention is fund; his wife and his assistant, badly split party beica, either in tho hour of peril or Most Rev.CardinalBonzano, Apostolic to be held in Dublin, which is ex Joseph Snth, of Lorrell, Mbbb.1 conscience and t0 keep other people eloquent sermon he expressed his hindwill have a from the combinahim. Aside John times of peaceful quietude." Delegate, and many Archbishops pected to take a strong stand Previously two members of the Irish ,hfiIrn worshiping him accordln' to delight to have the society visit his tion of Owens and Brunec to beat in the church, really one of the finest in The delegates pledged their alpresent. On against the scheme to dismember relief fund, John.0111. of New York. a fundamental principle in the diocese. In the afternoon tho Dr. Ryans, the popular choice, thero legiance to the Catholic church and and Bishops will bePontifical high Ireland. Redmond has staked his and John A. Murphy, of Buffalo. Sunday. August' 20, Is being staged an effort for the d government, grafted on the to aid in tho extension of that faith.s mass will be sung at St. Patrick's leadership of the Parliamentary arlved in England and were a MtuioQ through Madison. Who was Vlncentlans again assembled, filling k Axton, of the of Catholic socle-tie- Cathedral by Cardinal Farley, and party on the measure, and the sur- lowed hall. Mayoralty Bull Wood The Federation the Knights of Columbus Moose choice in vtotoMlmd.Tbomu d t Congress by the Baptists as the first of all Cardinal Gibbons will preach tho render of the Lords and the defeat Hughes Kelly is the Treasurer of occupied 1913. Axton alms to secure control Doyle was endorsed u, le President John A, Eugene tW d that organizations. Influential Catholic Donohue and Rev. of of his opponents Republican machinery and In Whalen, in Ireland he th,e worship as they please without the chair the prayers. Resolutions were offered urging a sermon. JohnFederation President Reports of of the ., ,r, . which the Honorary 'Presidents . shall of nonni offered addition to landing the nomination Premier Asqulth hints campaign, tho American preside at Catholic predicts. membership vigorous a mass 1; conferences were read and showed l relentlessly for things merely Societies, will for Mayor will attempt to dictate concessions will have are Cardinals Farley '. 0bbns which were adopted. Education, the meeting to bo held in the Hippo- that further by municipal ticket next ' 'nary that they are supposed to wish that in all parts of the city much the whole to be made Lord Lansdowne be. movement, publication Irish history was being real behind drome. Cardinal Farley will speak fore tho bill will be accepted. The inuiuaa auujo n u'- Kelly . ana f WW) nnfj tn rincr thflm on an lmasE- - The charity work delivered bydone. year. Is The combination Searcy, . . tJ w milof a history of the order, the was tho Owens fund. Messrs. Axton, Chilton numbers will be itary branches, the Ladies' Aux- and the musical Metropolitan Opera inquiries into the disastrous Meso- of the have about $100,000 for the inary basis of apprehension, comes Rev. address Baxter, O. P., of St. backed by the Junior and by the Smith Order or Father h being persecution. potamia and Dardeneiles campaigns iliary, the Gaelic revival and the dis- furnished In Ireland. Opposing element. Bap- Louis Bertrand's, and was one that Knownothlng Now I'm an were en- House Orchestra and German Choral threaten to wreck the coalition benefit of the asufferers Chamberlain tribution of literature Papal every one who heard him. them and behind Dr. Ryans is the Mr. Kelly Is Societies. Government and the Irish question and one of tho largest real estate tist, and couldn't be anything else inspired dorses. so long as I understand the New Quite a number of now members old guard or liberal element of tho in Parliament is a dangerous ele The convention declared for the party, representative owners In New York. Mr. Smith Is Testament as I do, and there's not wore received into tne society uy Republican GOOD WORK DONE. imment at this time. open door on tho question of editor of a newspaper at Lowell, much danger of my having any President Doyle, who declared tho men like Willson, Marshall prinThe more the dismemberment migration and disapproved tho Not tho least interesting of the plan Is studied in Ireland the more Mass. subject. Be- day's observance reflected great Bullitt, Joseph Conkllng, of view on ciples of Socialism. exciting scene. Indicative of changeBaptist, I am tho liberty, and credit on the Catholic men of Scholl and others being in the fore- - , An many reports to be mado at the for A memorial church to Rev. Supreme convention or the Knights widespread becomes the opposition. the strong ijeellng which prevails ing a front. The latter would redeem the opposed to even a sem- Louisville. e therefore There is no doubt but Father Abram Ryan, the among the Irish members occurred blance ofam party from the Knownothlng eleat Davenport next of Columbus persecution, no matter of Mobile, Ala., tho gifts to tne week will be that .of the Commis- Intends to supersede John Redmond in the House of Commons Wednesment, who aro Progressives one how it Is masked or plausibly disNOW SERGEANT CHESTER. Catholic Church Extension Society sion on Religious Prejudices, of and make Joseph Devlin leader of day night when Timothy Healy guised. year and Republicans the next, their Its Let and establishing a homo for aged "which Col. P. H. Callahan, of Louis Ireland. The plan of a great charged the Government with ar- own bottom, every tub stand on tub no matter whose Boyd Chesjer, tho well known support being given to the party Hibernians were also included In ville, Is the Chairman This body British federation of colonies after resting 2,000 Innocent persons In d member that will listen to their as the spirit the resolutions. the war appeals to the British the course of the Irish rebellion and It Is. So long compiled with, ofI the Twin City League star and Supremo conand bigoted dictation. To by am of the Orioles club, who Joined the Tho convention voted to assist the was created yearsthe ago to study imperialists and Devlin has hopes treating them with a cruelty and constitution is of two two war secure for anybody, worshiping his way. First Regiment during the Ser- officers tho naming people areelection families and dependents of mem- vention giving the Owens causes for the widespread re- of making Ireland an important ferocity which even Germany has policy suggested been promoted to this bers who are enlisted In the service the himself as not shown In Belgium. The Home of All paperis which has by the wide scare, has writes local friends from out with great gle5 the latest acligious bigotry that seemed to be West British State with gained geant. He a of their country at the Mexican bor- prevalent, and was given an appro- the Irish Premier. He has noted Secretary, ho added, by his admincirculation throughout the country, Fort Thomas that he Is moro than quisition to their ranks, Theodore der and keep their dues paid. with' which to the popularity In England since tho istration, had started the Sinn Fein which paper is called tho Menace. pleased with .tho life of a soldier DIehl, candidate for State Senator. The closing session on Saturday priation of ?50;000 That It has ac- war of Premier Botha, of the organization in Ireland, and there- The announcement Following the work. "menace" resisted by that pa- boy and that'he will try for a regwas the largest held, because of carry on Itsmuch along Transvaal, and Premier Hughes, of fore was father of the movement. complished that Sheriff Cronan, Senator Knight per Is the Roman Catholic system ular commission. the contest for the various officers which It was created the lines for Australia, and he believes with the Head would be candi and is no While I am about as of America. the of the National Board and con- doubt and its report willtherelistened great Influence of In TAICES GOOD PLACE. for be far from sympathy with the views PICNIC AND CmCKEN SUPPER. dates year.tho Democratic nomination choice of a place for the next It is also being rumored next rapt attention. the' event of a successful war, mat and principles of the Roman Cathvention, which was captured by San to with Squire Frank Joseph B. Hill, for a number of olics as one can well be, and while the elimination of the six Ulster The congregation of St. Agnes that Joseph Nevin, O'Brien, Squire National President McFrancisco. Jacob Hoertz, I know the history of the system church of the Passlonlst Monastery Dacher, Squire John CHARITIES PRESIDENT. counties is but temporary and that years with aB were1 Laughlin was Ben Schulman and Joseph Ludwlg after the war Ireland will be a the building contractor, and widely tolerably well, I don't at all share are arranging for an the other officers with the excepcounties known throughout the city, has In the policy of a paper that not picnic and chicken supper to be would be in the field for County The Rev. Michael J. Scanlan, State with all ' thirty-tw- o of Secretary Philip J. Sullivan, tion accepted a position with . the P. only Imagines dire disasters and given on the school grounds on Commissioner; Will Dennis and who becomes a National Director Director of the Catholic Charitable united. tor, Police Court 113(1 Mr. Hill predicts havoc, but magnifies these Thursday, August 17. In addition Tom O'Connell been apTho removal of the wealthiest Bannon Pipe Company. la succeeded by Thomas J. Bureau of Boston, nnd Robert Hagan and Thomas disMatthews, of Providence. The offi- - pointed to succeed the late Judge industrial section of Ireland cre- has had business experience, and dreams of distortion and seeks to to the supper there will be tnephae- - Clerk; for Police Judge; George B. thinefl thorn as fartta. will of a horse, harness and Wr were Installed by Past National Harvey H. Baker as President of- ates financial problems so difficult it is predicted he to the prove a are not facts, and yetThndA Menace posal Admission free. jitney pusses Walsh for Auditor; Bud Norton for may valuable addition Barrett Bannon the too. eountie State Confer- that the twenty-si-x Regan and retiring Vice the Massachusetts President Bailiff Police Court. - Company force. exploHs them as though they were, will meet the cars. not be able to maintain a prosPresident Charles Foy, of Canada. I eace of Charities. The National officers elected by the Ladles' Auxiliary are Mrs. Mary President; McWhortor, Chicago, Mrs. Adella Christy, Cleveland, Vice President; Mrs. Susan M. McNamee, Medford, Secretary; Miss Margaret McQuade, Pennsylvania, Treasurer; Richmond, Mrs. Susan Robinson, Adopt Strong Resolutions Con- and Mrs. Mary Arthur, Indianapolis, National delegates. demning Aetlon.of British .Mayor Curley addressed the deleGovernment. gates shortly before tho voting began. After a tribute to tho auxiliary, Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, the retiring President, brought forward "Will Erect Memorial Church to a large delegation of mothers, whose sons are now on tho Mexican border, the Poet Priest of the to meet the Mayor, and the women South. in the audience rose and sang "The Star Spangled Banner." Tho Mayor in closing said that lie was glad to Bee that the members of the A. O. Joseph McLaughlin and Mrs. H. knew the words of our national hymn. He cited an instance at the Mary McAVhortcr Elected time of the Spanish war in 1898. When tho news of Dewey's victory National Presidents. was flashed to the members of the United States Senate one Senator suggested that the members rise and sing "The Star Spangled Banner." MEET NEXT IN SAN FRANCISCO All rose, but not a man sang beyond the first two lines. 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PRINTING COJncorporUd, Publish SINGLE COPY gc ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR JSB8SCRIPT1QN PRICE, rUttlf. fnf rd 1li l.yiiUTWt.jPQifHIo m 3yoBj-ClWest dreea St to tto KENTUCKY IWSI1 AMERICAN, ArtM8HC0MBiBoltl0B. XBNTUCKY II1IBH AMKrllCAN JI9-2- 1 - tewart Dry Goods Co INCOIlPOnATID .In Connection WiihJames Mc Creery & Co. New York. '" "rr 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 refrigerator's, alone warrants your consideration of them. TRADES (Hn COUNCJUI J5GS5- LOUISVILLE, KY. HYPOCRISY EXPOSED. i .SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. to these things. He did not establish them. Ho did not even England's latest repudiation ' help In any way to establish them. homo rule for Ireland and the re- - He 0Dnosed them They therefore fusal to allow the landing or the do not Deiong t0 njm by any means. IrlBh Relief Committee shows this They beiong B0eiy to the "union hypocritical bully In her true light. nani and whcn a Jnan take8 thnt White Enameled-line- d Refrigerators, in the lifting papers h,ch ,8 not hls he ,8 not ,ooked Yet somo of our top style, with capacity of fifty pounds of ice." on this side of the water often referllltw,n n nn hnnpHt mnn It is quite to John Hull ns the protector of natural then that union men who $28 Refrigerators $20.50 $42 Refrigerators $28.75 Refrigerators $5.75 small nations. have sacrificed time and money, Side-dooStyle Apartment House Style) At $5.75 A Kitchenette and stinted and starved themselves HELP THIS FUND. with vitrified rators, with white enameled Refrigerator with enameled and their families in order to esFRIENDLY ADVICE. porcelain lining. Capacity of linining and capacity of one lining speianzed here at The Million Dollar Factory Fund tablish better conditions, should 75 pounds. hundred pounds. btewart s. IJfeel offended not only at the lack stopped here this week on his way CO.IIING EVENTS. movement Is the most Important Tampa, Fla., to visit his men, from BASEMBNT undertaking that Louisville lot sympathy of the business to Jasper, brothers, John J. and Thomas M. July 30 Ex8urslon and should but their positive refusal to assist has ever experienced uuuer """V'" of Catholic Barry. rnnrpsslnnn fnV succeed. It means more factories, thorn Jn nhfalnlmr Knights of America. ;, " Mary Misses Margaret Murphy, July 31 Moonlight excursion of more business and better conditions their mutual benefit and protection. Matlon and Luolla Spltzer will refor the working people, besides a It is quit natural, too, for the Hibernian Social Club on steamer turn soon from Grayson Springs, large increase in population. It union men to feel resentful toward Homer Smith. where they July 31 Old fashioned country vacation. have been spending their n men in their de-- 1 also means that men will not longer tho n be leaving Louisville to seek em- termination to remain out of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. and Every one union thereby leaving them free to j Auguat iLawn fete and supper, little daughter Dorothea Weiss have ployment elsewhere. Rose continue their despicable work of Altar Society and Young Ladles returned to their home In Chicago, who loves this city should help thlsj g and keeping the Sodality of St. John's church, on after a month's visit with relatives fund. In their old homo city. down. It is hardly ' church grounds, fete forest, Auw possible under these conditions that LOWEST DEPTHS. Doherty, Misses Martha Alice union men will take kindly to and gr0unds, Thirty-fift- h and Market, Ross, Genevieve Pogue, Allno and Kicked out of the Democratic work with n men without 4 August 3 Moonlight excursion of Monica Mattlngly and Charles Do Ofo ORPHANAGE GROUNDS, CRESCENT HILL. party through impeachment, ignored raising objections of some kind. Tiinlty Council. herty left Saturday for a by tho Republican party, snubbed by to Yellowstone iPark. Annual lawn fete of trip August 2 n men are1 Therefore when Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. Take Crescent Hitf car to the the Progressive party, beaten for found working on a job tho union St. Charles Bonomeo church on Miss Mary Rose Hallahan, of 512 grounds. h and groun(ls at in the ProhibiIn case of rain will be postponed to following favorable day. the nomination to work with chestnut, afternoon and evening. North Twentieth street, is recover Bill Sulzer, of men absolutely refuse tion party, of Such action is said to be August 9 Festival and supper ing from a threatened attack days New York, is finally nominated for them. appendicitis, which for several and inhuman, but let for St. William's church, on grounds It was thought would necessitate an President by the A. P. A. party, Oak. to ask t Thirteenth and Jos-Poperation. who pose as the American patriotic me ask: Is it in Every Aup.t -St. and fight for Increased wages, bet- party. Down to the lowest depths, William Ef. Horan, with Blum ter working conditions and the grounds. so to speak. to Bros. & Hilder, left Monday Is it inhuman? Nothing of, llko? August 16 Picnic and minstrels spend a vacation in Chicago and now the kind. Those who have not the of Trinity Council at Phoenix Hill the North. Ho was accompanied by ACCEPT SUGGESTION. George W. Murphy, of the Hunger-- f in their make- - Park, spirit of Company. Disappointed at the fizzles of the are not worthy of better things f?B P VIA THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY Fraternal day celebrations of the and should be shunned. They are . Newburg road. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch, of past couple of years, the Junior shunned, and proof of it is shown August 17 Picnic of St. Aloyslus 1115 Seventh street, will leave this Order promoters have accepted the when the union man refuses to cnurcn, rewee vaney, morning on a trip to Boston, where they days Pleasant reception and good time for everypody. the suggestion made in these columns 3 Annual lawn fete guestswill spend tenDuring as stay August n man. work with tho of Train leaves Seventh Street Depot at 7:45 a. m. Round trip that the parade take place at night, for benefit of Sts. Mary and Eliza- Mr. Lynch friends.visit somo his the will of grounds. tickets $1.50. Children half fare. when more of a certain element will Hibernian divisions. Though announcement has been beth Hospital,3 on hospital Excursion to MamSeptomber march. Here's another suggestion made that Sir Roger Casement will moth Cave, auspices of Trinity Mrs. E. J. O'Brien and son, John offered gratuitously: Let the march- be executed Thursday, the Council, Y. M. I. next 3VIE A. O'Brien, and Mrs. Joseph C. ers carry a dark lantern, being question of a reprieve is still In Suits designed and tailMichael, left Wednesday for Atemblematic of the!rwork at times. abeyance, as strong Influences are ored bv the world's forelantic City, where they will spend summer. the remainder of tho being exerted in behalf of the leader most clohes makers our BLACKLISTING. Messrs. O'Brien and Michael will of the Irish uprising. entire stock (black suits nIXE leave later to Join them. excepted) of $20 suits now blacklisting of some eighty The The Prohibitionists are good men clearing at the low price, firms and individuals by the English Miss Adellna Rolling and guest. and may mean well, but they appear Miss Kathcrine Smith, of Dallas, $14.75 It's the most inGovernment is a natural corollary to have hindered instead of helping Miss Helen Stanford has been who have been visiting Mr. and teresting suit sale in town of the seizure of our malls to which Monday Evening, July 31, at Mrs. Edward flillenmeyer in Lexmovement by their vagaries at visiting Mrs. Frank Coomes and the man who fails to the business secrets of these Arms the ington, will return to this, city tothe St. Paul convention. They have Bardstown. avail himself of the opwere consigned. This blacklisting no moro chance of electing a Presiday, and Miss Smith will continue Miss Marie McGee was a week- her visit to Miss Rolling. portunity will miss a is not only a serious business for Adults 50 Cents. dent than of growing wings. Children 25 Cents. end guest of Miss Cella Mattlngly chance to save money that the firms, but it is serious for the at Bardstown. PICXIO FOR ORPHANS. seldom comes to notice. nation, because If the Government Georgia again has the unenviable For men and young men does not take vigorous action it distinction of leading the list whero ON Miss Margaret Lynch has reThere is never a happy family styles and sizes for will mean the utter dislocation of mob law is exemplified. turned from a visit to Mrs. J. M. that listens to the laughter of its Eight of own children scampering through every age and proportion. trade, since no firm would be safe these atrocities were perpetrated In Lynch at West Point. tho house that has not a heart "full Come early if you can. from the application of the black- that State during the first six Maurice W. Danaher registered of melting pity" for tho little ones list. For the blacklisting does not months of the current year. sealast week at West Baden for a of those whose lives are cast In mean only that British subjects are son of rest and recreation. such different circumstances the debarred from doing business with Diplomatic relations with Mexico birth children handicapped from Edmund Stelnbock, the Twin City with the misery of poverty and the firms named, but that they must remain at a standstill. Washington League Secretary, leaves today for worse, upon whose defenseless head y not do business with any firm or has reached no decision on the c rayson Springs on his annual lies the heavy hand of heredity and corporation trading with them. note of July 11, but continues environment. The tragedies of the Third and Market. Hence neutral trade will be affected the movement of troops to the day are constantly casting little Frank Schuckman returned this helpleF specimens to our disadvantage; nay, more, it border. humanity of from Cincinnati, where he had upon the wl(le world begglng with will give the English the right to -en spending his ten days' vaca- - their Innocent, appealing eyes and All must now agree that Ireland's confiscate cargoes to tlon. manners that some one may love depends upon union records if any near or" remote deal- liberation protect is among her sons. Mrs. B. C. Mooney and daughter, andsuch as them.thatIt this in behalf ings with these firms can be proven. appeal is these Miss Alverta, are in Pittsburgh, of VAUDEVILLE Shipping companies will not receive spend where they will several made. yonder ori Crescent Hill stands There are thirteen vacancies in Up DANCING cargoes for thesp firms or any of weeks. tho College of Cardinals. St. Joseph's Orphanage, whose wide DAILY FREE RAND CONCERTS THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL their correspondents. In short the Denny J. Hines and wife left spreading roof shelters nearly 200 ADMISSION TO PARK blacklisting interferes with our InFOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. age from one CARDINAL GIBBONS. Wednesday for a motor trip to little ones, ranging in ternal trade to an extent that' would After 6 P. M. 10c. Chicago, where they will remain for to fourteen years. The Sisters In Afternoon Pree. CRESCENT HILL. LOUISVILLE KY. Cardinal Gibbons on Sunday a week. their great loving hearts can .al- NOTE CouDon civen with etxto ticket make the English "trading with the HIgh3Iora! and Intellectual Standards. to theater or Catalogue Sent Free ways find time" for these poor lit Kood for admission d birthday enemy law" have among us tho marked his ADDRESS: SACRED dance pavilion. HEART SECRETARY. ACADEMY. 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE, lOUISVILtfl KY. anniversary, spent at Union Mills, P. J. Hubbuch and wife and Leo tle objects, bereft of friends and force of an act of Congress. This Carroll county, by declaring for "HE BIO SANITABT To help help tho Sisters Schulten and wife were among tho means. is humiliating In tho extreme, but universal military training as the arrivals registered at West Baden in this mammoth undertaking of 8 IV I M MM I N Q POO L "As Near to You as Ibe Nearest Phone' best possible thing for America. Ho the past week. caring for those entrusted to them it is what tlie cowardly and N fw OFIIT tho St. Joseph's Orphan Society and policy of our Gov- - was In fine spirits and excellent Oar Special $3.00 Spray health and expressed the opinion of this city have Catholics Misses Katherine and Florence tho ernment has brought us to. Now it that military training would safeGiltnane and Minna Mae Reccius planned a picnlo, to be given on Go to Grayson Springs Our Special $5.00 Wreath is time the people took matters ln,to guard the nation, keep it at peace tWi left Sunday to spend a month at the orphanage grounds on WednesK isHH their own hands for the honor of with tho world, upbuild its manhood Dawson Springs. day, August 9, which promises to The largest values la Funefuse its many foreign strains be one of tho largest open air enAND BE COOL AND ILVPPV. tho nation. It is time the adminis- and one patriotic people. ral Flowers ever offered in Into Mr. and Mr,s. Tom O'Connell and tertainments of the year. Lot every Louisville tration were made to understand tho first law of heaven," "Order is ho said, family Blanche Rellly the city be Three good For prompt delivery call ?23 that England's, encroachments on "and order comes from authority son and Miss week's sojourn are on thatIn occasion and represented plenty spring meals a day, with home from a contribute at chicken and fresh both phones. our rights must cease, and that If and obedience." Dawson 'Springs. tholr share toward helping the vegetables from our farm. Dancshe persists in her present course solcety and the kind Sisters at St. ing, bowling, tennis, fishing and EXCURSION TOMOHHOW. Mrs. Louis P. Casper has been Joseph's to carry on their work of swimming. it will mean an embargo on all exWater unequaled for spending the week in Cannelton Henry Bobsg Is Chairman Write for ports to the Allies. Our mall3 Tomorrow tho Catholic Knights with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. charity. Executive committee, ana curative propertiesT of the rates. should be immune from the prying of America will have their annual Charles W. Ladd. ncoio thirty-nin- e 9 headed istAftuMis) MM ALBERT A. PLOCK, Manager. eyes of English officialdom, even if excursion to Jasper and Ferdinand. 1 by represenativo Catholic citizens, RCffE&JHOP MULLOY'S COFFEE I Grayson Springs, Ky. Miss Irene Ross, of West St are now busy preparing for he we had to turn our warships into Ind., the train leaving the Seventh-strefeurtti Awnue LoulrvtHr depot at 7:45 In tho morn-iD- Catherine street-hajust returned greatest gathering that has ever mail carriers which, by the way, Is the best coffee value offered. In order to insure Its success from Mlnnea a month's mot on the spacious grounds. writings, but to his intimate friends If you want a delicious, Inexpenwould be putting them to a nobler the committees have left nothing stay with re. sBHcr it will, leave a void that will not 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere." sive coffee, purpose than using them as ball undone that will contribute to tho soon bo filled SHOULD SEE DOCTOR. TRY OU- Rrooms for Newport's upper tendom pleasure of the trip. During tho Misses Ka talone and afternoon at Jasper there wlU be Mary Boldric equetonslng, JUIin.EE BENEFIT. Many tributes have been paid an inspection of the military com- where they w TTI Spend" the summer l-- A Kow bring on your UNION fcllOP STAND. James Whitcomb Riley, whoso death pany by Gen. Michael Relchort, of at the Malone cottage. The ladles of the Altar Society of the country mourns, but none ex2 1.3 Lb. and the press a finer feeling than that of iSt. Michael's church will entertain In times of trouble, strikes and Louisville, Chicago. Adjutant Gen$featbei eral from The Indiana Special rebate ticket pood for Attorney Austin lotto party lockouts, writes Frank Duffy, of the Knights will have a hearty wel- spending a few days E. Walsh Is the Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghuo, .with a euchre and next Tuesdayand on 10c in trade with 2 at Virginia Bishop of Louisville, who said: an excellent supper lbs of American Federation and a student come for the. Kentucky visitors. Beach, and from there will visit a "Anybody who does not love Riley the school lawn on Brook street, beNew Blend. YOeinngHoHsetcrectrkrFans and Jefferson, when of the labor question, the number of Eastern cities. through his verses lacks humor and tween Market JOHN M. MULLOY, INTO ETERNAL REST. 'f there Is something radically wrong they would like to meet' all their takes jthe place of the The proceeds will be for Misses Annie and Mary Louise with anyone who lacks humor. He fi lends. Sister Ruflne, aged sixty, for unionist works any hours, under 212 West Market. e Sunday from years a Slstrfr of Charity Coleman returned at once." Bishop the golden jubilee celebration of St. a any conditions and at any pay, of Nazareth and" for thirty years Frankfort, where they visited their should see doctor the following Michael's next monUi. Sea breezes brought into gave O'Donaghue thus making it more difficult for in charge of the office at Sts. Mary mother,' Mrs. Emily Coleman. written expressions on the death of your home or office. CATECHISM FOR INDIANS. and Elizabeth Hospital, wsb called Riley: the. unionist to win out. The The Director of the Bureau of morning. Into Mrs. Mary Jane Hesley, or "I had acts the part of the strike- She heavenly rest Monday aud holy cago, spent the week visiting Chi- acquaintedthe pleasure of being well Catholic Indian Missions, Rev. had spent a noble with the poet, James her breaker and allows himself to be life, but had been In poor health mother. Mrs. Edward Buckley, 418 Whitcomb Riley, for many years Father Ketcham, has just published while I teeided in Indianapolis. He a very complete catechism of the Cut Flowers for all occasions. used as a club by the employer to for aeveral months, due to her age. Culbertson avenue, New Albany, was a great favorite in his native Catholic religion translated Into the Spiclal attentloa given defeat the trade unionist. When SUter Ruflne is survived by three Very Rev. Father T. L. Crowley, State, where his genius was highly Choctaw language. The little book, sisters. Misses Hannah, Bridget and orders. the trouble U over and normal Anna Nagle, of 1930 Bank street. of St. Louis Bertrand's church, left appreciated. He contributed more which is profusely illustrated and with a complete voconditions again 'prevail he enjoys A requiem mass was celebrated for Monday evening for the East, where than his share to the entertainment furnished words used, conNEWNANZfcNEUNEKCO. and the re- the deceased In the hospital chapel ha will spend his three weeks' vaca and amusement of his generation, cabulary of all thenecessary prayers, the increase la wag Tuesday morning, following which arid his memory will not soon fade. tains all the most INCORPORATED. hour of toll Von by (h bArfv wu taken t& Naiareth and tion, daction la JHis passing away will bring regret some hymns and all the funda- - 236 ,W. JEFFERSON ST. 57 fremrtk Are., LsaiariUe. Ky. tbe union men He is not entitled baried in the community cemetery. William J. Barry, of Xaasas City, to many who knew hlc taly by his mentals of ralsglon, $19.50 Surety Refrigerators $10.50 pro-Engli- I r Refrige-Refrigerator- s, I non-uni- .... . "". non-unio- th.iSe;yiiltffl , ) ORPHANS' FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 strike-breakinwage-work-ers For the Benefit of St. Joseph's Orphans' Home non-unio- two-week- s' 1-- non-unio- Twenty-sevent- ex-Go- v. I 9- f" $20 suit Catholic Knights' Excursion TO the house, self-defen- se jShSgSSS oid-Smlt- h reduced to non-unio- 22-2- ' i JASPER AND FERDINAND, IND. SUNDAY, JXJXY SO, 1916. IdCEEOD ; rswj MOONLIGHT RIDE OF Next 1916 Ol! THE) HIBERNIAN SOCIAL CLUB ACCOUNT OF RAIN THE LEVY'S HXQK-CXAS- Retail Grocers' Picnic Car-ran- za Fontaine Ferr yParK S Has Been Postponed To Thursday, Aug. 3, Fontaine Ferry Park Get the "FORD AUTO" For 10c. SACRED HEART ACADEMY eighty-secon- or i M V et g, s NEW BLEND 1 65c non-union- ist 1 forty-thre- non-union- ist JL FLORISTS ont-of-to- .r jaZK'DTXIOKY 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. ENGRAVERS iBBHPBwcBBBBBBfiAf ,S IRISH A.3MJ&XZTGAJ& J SOCIETY A. DIRECTORY. 46th SEMI - ANNUAL 0. H. THE PHIL. HOLLENBA0H CO. INCORPORATED BY & Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE LouIstHIo, Ky. 1 BrnO X DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- Sweeping-Ou- t Cool, Comfortable Shoes Sale for Seashore, Sweeping-nu- for Mountains or Country Vacation Footwear of Every Description. At t Carthy. Financial Clancy. Secretary Edward Trensnrpr Sergeant-at-Arm- s Trinmns K'nonnn Tim Lyons. BBBBBBBHB9h9t '6 CHLICn ENGRAVING COMl'AftX ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky VT. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 tt r BBBBH Sentinel James English MEN'S Shoes sjypwKf jKJflRj sbW - Prices BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 ARTISTIC PRINTING DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey, Vice President John J. Riley. Hession, O'Brien. YOU CAN'T GO BAREFOOTED. AND YOU CAN'T AFFORD, SINCE YOU HAVE TO WEAR SHOES, TO OVERLOOK THIS SWEEPING-OUT SALE. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Grlddlo In the Financial Morning" t FIRST CLASS WORK GIvo This Offlco Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Recording Jr. Secretary John J. Secretary Daniel Thomas M. Matthew ROSTONMHK SUr AJr r&(nou Shoes for Gun-Met- rka HAMS, LARD, .SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO.. (Incorporated.) Tbos. H. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Telephone City 946 , A. PRINCE AND PRINCESS. The rumored engagement of the Crown Prince of England and the Royal Princess of Italy has caused keen satisfaction in both count tries. SONG Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Noon. Dougherty. Knlalier. DIVISION 4. Meets" Second Incorporated Cumb. South 140-Louis D. Coady Homo 1671. Don't ' Blnrao Uio Cook If Your 00. Coifoo Is Not Good OF THE SIXTY-NINT- RECENT DEATHS. h, MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. Our Coffee is Carefully Selected wmlG green, then blended and ROASTED BY US DAILY TRY LUBBERS THOS. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR J. BR0DERI0K 4392-- J We are the fighting Sixty-nintThe Cassldys, O'Tooles, The Flannigans and Brannigans, The Gallaghers and Pooles, The Ryans and the Brians, too, The blood of Irish kings In every khaki-covere- d breast. A song of battle sings. We are the fighting Sixty-nintO'Connells and Magees, McGarritys, O'Flahertys, And Hogans and McFees. For Bure it is to go and fight An Irishman enlists, And if the ammunition fails. We're handly with our fists. h, SHEET METAL PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. 1000 Zane Street PEOPLES PBOVIDENT ASSOCIATION JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Incorporated. was organized by citizens' Headquarters for to make CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. LOANS See us about anything in real on furniture and other personal property at estate; We sell, buy and rent. LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bids., Il04 W. JEFFERSON ST. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Home Phone City. 4464. Both Phones, 2886. well-know- n The Hogartys and Fogartys, First and forevermore Americans, and after that True'Celtic to the core. Minna Irving. We are the fighting Sixty-nintThe Moores and Callahans, The Kellys and the Kerrigans, The Caseys and McCanns, h, M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. Mrs. Mary Walker, an aged member of St. Charles church, died early Y. M. L Wednesday morning at her home, 2316 Madison street, leaving ten MACICIN COUNCIL, 205. children, all residing in this city. Her funeral was held yesterday Meets Monday Evenings at Club morning, Father Raffo being the nouse, 344 Norm Twenty-sixtcelebrant of the requiem mass. President S. O. Hubbuch. M. P. First Vice President Mrs. Mary Klein, aged sixty-nin-e, ' , Schaad. widow of William Klein, succumbed Second Vice President R. L. to a long illness Wednesday morning at her home, 1513 West Market Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. street. Surviving her are three Recording Secretary G. W. sons, William H., Frank and George B. Klein. Sho was a respected Buckle. Treasurer G. J. Thornton. member of St. Anthony's church, Marshal Theo. Buckle. where the funeral services were held h. Monday morning the funeral Patrick Lamer was held from Patrick's church. For years he employed by the Louisville Gas Electric Company and surviving are a son, John Lamer, and daughters. of St. was and him McTighe. four Treasurer Sentinel and Fourth Mondays, Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secretarv James .T. Pat Connelly. WW $2-2- 8 Tan Calf and Patent Colt Oxfords, splendidly styled on BOSTONIANS' most famous lasts Some are blucher style, fashioned over Nature lasts, so ' fine for walking. And there are White Canvas Oxfords aplenty ALL THIS SEASON'S CLASSY MODELS. Here are $0.48 $.93 $.98 Store-T- ans Men's Kownsftairs Patents ( Gunmetal Oxfords $2-8- 8 UV 1 yfcKafervfi? fjViSKggfety- Friday morning. Insido Sentinel Outside Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. 21-- J. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL Building S'entinel-'-- H. HIBERNIANS. JOS. DALY 420 CONTRACTING PAINTER Room West Green Street. Louisville, Ky. RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- 415 Fourth Street , a t t rrrmTT.r. ami &nI rr g mourning friends and What Thoy Have Been Doing years he had been a relatives. For Lato News That Will Interest brick builder Members Here and Elseand contractor and was respected by the Past Week General all with whom he came in contact. where. News Notes. Besides his wife he leaves family. Funeral services tho romnlnn of Martin J. Murphy, of 2429 West Broadway, were held Monday morning at St. Charles church, and were attended by l large numbor of r James Radlgan Pfeicer. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE Give us a trial for first-clas- s service. We are as close to you as your phone. Prompt service, da and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. ilra (M - No Sale Goods Exchanged or Sent On Avprovah Store Hours: Daily 8:30 to 5:30. Saturday a:30 to 10 P. M. 417-41- 'm 9 MwJMw7$ mi.M-ii.umJ Fourth Ave.. Louisville. .U.'iola JG3 KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS a large Chawk & Smith Auto Co. I AL. S. SMITH, PROP. CttnAwnl luiiciai niitntfni) uutuui Liiiuaunu CmhoImAM t, 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET! BOTH PHONES 810. y4WWWWWVVVMVWWVfcV.WWWV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y jj. II J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I UUVUHVUHVVUUUUUUVUHUnUVnUUUUUVl 822 ESLt Main. Street. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors Cumb. Mnin WI4,',J,,'I",'I 200S-- a & McELLIOH and Ernbalmers Homo City SODS - BOTH IHOrJJBJS. "M H frfr - H -I -M -M -I- i IMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP GERMAN BANK 1Cft On MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati every Sunday &X 9 a. m., goes up the miles about seventy-fiv- e beautiful Ohio, where she meetB the return boat, arriving home about 7 p. m. the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, One of the above steamers leaves SSSICSj Fifth and Market Sts. THE BEST $1, $1.50, ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c $2 HATS AT Investigate Our New Free Delivery Service. SEE OUR ADS IN THE TIMES. HERALD AND POST ' If fit !;$?$ All the late tnd sew Styles and Shapet MS be found hern at reasonable priest. SItb jroor boy an daeation that prepare them for Ufa. wlU ,j f ulC' HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and WhoUiale Dealers tn Finest Barods et Kentucky Whiskies, especially. . 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEdfc Classloal, Pearl of Nelson, OTTLDIN:BOND. JM J. !MJ. WtUI IIS IT. BreaAwar. ZalsvUle, JCy. Conduoted by the Xaverlaa Brothera. BettM and Bnahis ITtttT St. George's parish mourns the death of Mrs. Anna M. Rose, wife of John Rose, who passed away Sunday night at her residence, 1445 South Eighteenth street. Besides her husband, three-hou- r The session of Division by five sons, Mrs. Rose is survived Henry, George, 4 Mondav evening was certainly Jr., Albert and Lawrence Rose,John, and some gabfest. two daughters. Misses Christine and The new National Vice President Elsie Rose. The funeral was held for Canada, Peter J. Doyle, comes Wednesday morning. from Montreal. The division at South Bend, Ind., Death claimed Mrs. Mary Wells, is the pioneer Catholic society of of 949 South Twelfth street, Monday morning, due to a complication St. Joseph county. Delegates to the national conven- of diseases. She was the widow of tion were highly pleased with their Jacob Wells, and Is survived by a daughter, Miss Emma Wells; a son, treatment in Boston. At their meeting last night the Leon Wells; threo brothers, Edward Ladles' Auxiliary of Donver had an- Wells, Peter Wells and John Simon Wells, other well attended class initiation. Zippier, and a sister, Mrs. Emma Quite a good many, members have WednesdayThe funeral was held morning from St. Louis gone to Dayton, Akron and Toledo In answer to tho call for mechanics. Bertrand's church. Why not cet some of the vouneer The funeral of Mrs. Anna members to put a Hibernian team a pioneer member of City 'League in the Tyin next face church, was held St. BoniTuesday season? morning. She was the widow of J. Division 1 of Eos Angeles has do- B. RItman and lived at 718 East nated $1,000 from Its .treasury to Broadway. She is survived bv the the fund for Irish widows and following children; George, William, orphans. Joseph and John RItman, Mrs. Time now hangs heavy with Matt Henry Twlckler, Mrs. George Aufen-kam- p and Miss Anna Ritman. Sho O'Brien and Denny Crowley, of Division 3. The Louisville ball club also leaves fifteen grandchildren and two is away. Don't forget the moonlight excursion of the Hibernian Social Club VISITS SICK PRIEST. evening. next Monday Foot of Fourth street. The Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-hu- e Gov. McCall, greeting the Hiberspent Tuesday in Elizabeth-townians in Boston, insisted that "the Irish are and always have been Daly, visiting the Rev. Father Hugh whose illness has caused his Americans first." grave apprehension. Father Mayor Curley mado a hit with the friendsIs one of Daly the oldest priests Ladies' Auxiliary, who would If they in the diocese. could make him Mayor of Boston for years to come. CLIFF HAVEN. The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet reWednesday evening and hear An unusually'successful season of ports from the delegates to the the Catholic Summpr School at Cliff Bobton convention. Haven is now assured, the grounds The Hibernian Social Club re- being thronged dally and all the cotquests full returns for moonlight tages cVowded. Tho lecture courses excuision tickets at the meeting to- are popular and well attended, a , morrow afternoon. constant round of social events beResolutions on the death of guile the pleasure loving, and the brings 'crowds evSDrge Holland were read at tho gloriouB weather golf links, tennis of Division A, of which he ery day to the courts, the baseball fields, and to was a veteran member. New York State will show great all the various water sports swimadvancement during the past year ming, rowing, canoeing, sailing, etc. To live a typical at the State convention in Cliff Haven life is to partake daily Schenectady next month. banquet, an IntelDivision 3 will hold its quarterly of a spiritual feast; an daylight meeting tomorrow after- lectual social soiree. athletic carnival noon and President L. J. Mackey and a urges a large attendance. NUMJ1ER STILL NEEDED. ' There was much enthusiasm at the meeting last week of Division There are still a number of 2 at Utica, N. Y., when the list of requisitions on file from poor applications was presented. priests asking for candle-stickLadies' Auxiliary 3 of Indian- crucifixes and ciboria. The Catholic apolis will have a "shower" in Church Extension Society is in a Fountain Square Hall for the coun- position to send six neat brass try store at St. Patrick's church candle-sticktogether with a brass lawn fete. altar crucifix, to a missionary upon Mrs. Maiy McWhorter will mako donation the receipt of a worthy successor to Mrs. Ellen A ciborium costsa the same. ofIf $15. you Ryan Jolly as National President of are desirous of sending either of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Under her the above mentioned article to some leadership the order shrfuld increase poor mission, the Catholic Church and flourish. Extension Socety, McCormick building, Chicago, will be pleased to ST. COLUMBA'S LAWN FETE. receive the donation, A lawn fete for the benefit of St. War. due Columba's church will be given on the church grounds, Thirty-fift- h and Since the outbreak of the war tho Market streets, next Tuesday and Wednesday eyenings. Social games cost of living in Ireland has inwill be' played each afternoon and creased 41,2 per cent. Bread Is nine loaf, sugar supper will be served by the ladies cents for a of the congregation. As a special nine cents a pound, milk seven feature Miss Ida- Schwind, who made cents a quart and butter thirty-tw- o her debut In New York last fall cents a pound. Theee prices were and who has ben on a concert tourr 40 to 50 per cent, higher than the will sing on both evenings of the normal. lawn fete, HAVK HARD FATE. CHURCH IN IOWA. The women of Japan are. forced to do all kinds of manual labor, The Stat of Iowa has S57.444 Recently girt loaded 2,300 tons of Catholics, four dlooMes, 537 priests coal info flMP- - hoIiL of a steamer n and 410 ehorehM. ' lea than MVa hour. was happy Cardinal O'Connell welcoming the national convention. In the division at South Bend are Ave veterans of the Union army In the civil war. ' SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. The council at Lafayette, La., now has an enrollment of 300. Both Phonen 2300. present Tho membership is 368,135, an increase of over 21,000 during the past year. The council at Solomon, Kas., made a special contribution to the Peter's Pence collection. Only four Directors are to be elected at Davenport, the Supreme officers being chosen biennially. Tho Chicago Chapter will have Its annual midsummer outing today, and hopes to have Glynn for the orator. The Supreme officers have $25,000 for comforts for members "with the National Guard camped upon the border. With Delegate tho Apostolic there will be a dozen Archbishops and Bishops at the supreme convention next week at Davenport. The annual picnic of the Knights of Peoria will be for the benefit of the orphans of St. Aloysius Home. A feature will bo the presence of the St. Louis Choral Club. The fourth will be exemplified tomorrow for a class of 250 at Davenport. Among tho speakers will be Most Rev. John Bonzano, Archbishop Ireland,, Bishop Davis and the foremost members of the Supreme Council. Archbishop James J. Keane will preach the sermon at the mass In the Sacred Heart Cathedral when opens Monday the convention When the body goes into session tho address of welcome will be delivered by Gov. Clarke. ex-Go- v. DINNER INCOMPLETE!' WITHOUT ! i ,V L- BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER Rlt-ma- n, Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE n. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. n, -- WILSON IS LUCKY. administration credit for getting out of more We give the Wilson JOHN F. OERTEL CO. ' INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. motor-b- dangerous scrapes than wo thought the country could get into under any one President. Of course we are not safely out of all trouble yet. But we are on our way. We have been at war with Huerta, shook our fist at Germany, started out to "get Villa" and ran Into hostile Carranzistas t 'Parral and Carrlzal, and still we are at peace. It Is wonderful. Now if wo can safely only get Pershing's army across our border we won't go after any more bandits. True Voice. HECEIPTS IXOllEASE. JOHN B. JJRAIOE WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 20 LOUISVILLE. BT, f oating, A Case ofGood Judgment. Order a Case s, Receipts from national forests for tho fiscal year 1Q1G reached the mark of approximately $2, 820,0o0, according to figures just compiled. This is $341,000 above the 1015 total, which in turn exceeded any previous year. high-water FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the preat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, nd if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. s, to two-pou- - and ac- Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone If IS Cardinal Gibbons. oran h Ho has celebriia' the anniversary of his "ordination to In 1886 ho rethe priesthood. ceived the red hat, and this July he reaches the age of eighty-twHe has lived In a way that will CTCOHrORATEB serve as an example to others com ing along life's road. The Influence for good he has exertod can not be measured, for it will never cease to exist. In his 1'Tho Faith of Our Fathers" he has given the world a lasting testimony of his power fc14 at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, xsxUu2mu and Influenco, and through that QRUBER & DEUSER, Maasffcrs, Louisville, Ky. volume's argument many converts have been made. ' WOMEN VOTERS. In the coming Presidential elecyears tion women over twenty-on- e Funeral Directors old wlU be allowed to vote in Illi- , nois, California,, Kansas, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, MonErnbalmers. tana, Idaho, Wyoming and Nevada. NORTON BUILDING arooxest Th "totals number over 3,000,000, K.W. Ctntr Fourth aiMI JtRtnm half of whleh are in Illinois. TihwktHlW, so complete wlta.endeavor GIHUONS. ' filled out a life Few men have CAHDINAL complishment is fifty-nint- o. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers, H.B0SSES0N and . FRED ERHART ARCHITECT io avenck timjh--:- r 7k , IBTTCJOBIY TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help XJEfclSKC A2sanBxi'xcAJSmK MlltlMHHMOtlMMOM(IMMMHtMH IHERMAN STRAUS ; i send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's I touhth SONS market J II Avewue iHCBwoPAreo street WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 Ik SwaMf SBBMBBRS9BBBBBBHSBBSr"sl&SBl3SBHwL' 'SMmBBSIHI I Votes for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. HBRSBBBBBflBBBffBDBBBv KFf ' The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the Two most popular members of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series with i II expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subtcription. ! "IHKBSflHHHbzRSfr "' sBtoek..'-wH- l World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr JULY CLEARANCE SALE Now Going On in All Departments!: HERE YOU CAN FIND Club or Position whom I consider the most popular member ot the Twin City League. Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Following Is the roster of the Bohan-noTwin City Baseball League, each Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, r, Ceresl, Madden, Curloy, of whom Is entitled to enter the Kenealy, Hamilton, HamKentucky Irish American's World's series contest, the first coupon for mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, Cllnes. Mackln Council C. Ellers, Thornwhich appears In' this Issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, ton, Schleman, It. McGrath, Morris, Haag, Warren, Lally, L. Melsner, Davis, Bottler, Aulbpch, Murphy, Conley, Schene, Scheckler, Eschman, It. Pontrlch, E. Harrlgan,s, Hafner, Atwell, Larkln, McDonough. Elpers, Ohlle, Itenn, Weber, Con-ner- n, Cronan, Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara-goF. Stelr, Voor, Kraemer, Finn, Westerman, Hlgglnsi Chenoweth, McDermott. G. .Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polln, Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, Wober, E. Pfaftlnger, C. Weber, E. Hlnes, Russ, House, Meagher, CarBloemer, C. Flynn. Pfafllnger, Soeder, Koehler, Loofllor, ney, Fitzgerald, Murphy, Lovett, Dal-toOlympics J. Baumgarten, McCabo, Wiedmolr, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deoken, Relter. Wllllnghurst, Schmoetzer, Mclntyre, J. Scully. E. J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- Chester, Henry, O'Laughlln, Flnne- Schott. Flynn, Kllloran. ter. n, Bos-meyeEd-elcn, n, PLAYERS WHO WILL TAKE PART IN-TH- E ryBMr ,Kty fXsillllllw Jll v t Lr lid PBB tk AUTOMOBILE FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. ' filllllllllllllli fillillUllllt3limitlllMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIlllHt Many of the older folks as well as the younger ones are looking INCORPORATED. 9 ward to the moonlight excursion of .50CT the Hibernian Social Club on 7 7 9 BOTH" PHONES ' 2S35. Louisville, Ky. G 8 evening on the beautiful 426 S. Fifth St. day .429 steamer Homor Smith, as they know 8 6 Our workmanship is positively tlio best in tho city, nnd backed S .357 a Hibernian gathering is always in 9 .000 the nature of a reunion, where one up by a.houso of longr standing and financially responsible. 0 Trinity H In the language of the war corre can meet old friends and acOur service not equaled. spondents, substantial gains were quaintances. Boat will leave foot made by all of the leaders in the of Fourth street at, 8:15. Tickets cents 'and Twin City popularity contest this for children twenty-fiv- e being adults fifty cents. week, the most Hotlceablo made by Kenealey of the K. of C, JUBILEE. Morris of Mackln, Scorer Stelnbock PRIESTS CELEBRATE and the pacemaker Haragan, of BerA big event of the week In Kentrands. As two are to be sent It That you ipent for something you did not NEED would hare started a has been reported that a couple of tucky Catholic church circles was at Colesburg on MORRIS, O'LAUGHLIN, combinations have been formed, one the celebrationSAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bamk; to bear interest COMPOUNDED M annirumor being to the effect that a cer- Thursday of tho 4 twenty-fift-h Olympics. Mackln,, twlca a year; Thero MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" tain team is going to see to It that versary of the elevation to the of the Rev. John their popular battery will go in rec- priesthood mast be spent (or somethlag yoa DO NEED. The SAVING now of the LONG ROAD TRIP. ognition of their services. Another Gastaldl and the Rev. Vincent story is that one of the leading Sciola, of this diocese. The Right dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account The Louisville team will play teams Is plugging to send their man-ac- Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo presided at with this safe, conservative, again at Indianapolis this afternoon, and caDtain to the big show. the religious services and a hunBank, to which you can add $1.00 or more tomorrow and Monday then going It Is now a pretty safe bet that the dred visiting priests from different fast pennant winners will be Brooklyn churches of the diocese were presto meet Roger Bresnahan's at any time We add absolute safety and 3 coming Toledo bunch In a series of or Boston ln the National and New ent. The Rov. Father Hayes, of per cent. No cost to you whatever. five games. The Colonels will then York or Boston ln the American, BoVllng Green, preached the Jubilee The same courteous attention given the swing through the four Western guaranteeing a trip worth while to sermon. Remember the windepositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. cities, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Mil- the winners. Fifth and Court Place. QUIETLY MARRIED. waukee and Kansas City in turn. ners go with all expenses paid, railTfSli On their return trip they will play road fare, hotel bills, berths, etc., Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. The marriage of Mies Martlne at Columbus and Indianapolis, this and reserved seats to the games. Under (he Dig Clock Second and Market with the postponed games to be The standing to date, exclusive of Wathen, popular In local society circles, and H. Norman Waddlngton, played being over forty, making a clipped ballots: State Government Supervision. 420 of Baltimore, was solemnized quietly severe test of the Colonels' ability, Haragan, Bertrands- 130 Wednesday morning ln'the parlors DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY1 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN and if they can hang onto the first Stelnbock, scorer 130 of tho St. Louis Bertrand convent, division then some exciting baseball Kenealey, K. of C 110 only tho members of the Immediate is promised in September. Louis- Morris, Mackln Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. 90 family being present. Mr. and Mrs. of Kllloran, Orioles ville now has a good corps . 90 Waddlngton have gone to Baltimore, pitchers equal to any others in the Coleman, Champs..-80 where they will mako their home. league, and with the present Im J. Scully, Olympics 70 provement in hitting they should Thornton, Mackln PROMOTIONS. 70 meet no stumbling blocks In foreign O'Brien, Champs 70 territory. With a better brand of Hlggins, Bertrands.., ot Upon the recommendation 60 catching during the recent home Dalton, Olympics 60 Mayor Buschemeyer City Assessor stay the club would have gone away Hogan, Champs 60 Buechel has appointed Jeromo King, In first place, and this weakness Murphy, Olympics. 50 Jr., and Hugh Wanless, former em- UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jcffcrsan Slreet can hardly be excused by sport Burns, scorer y.v .'. 50 ployes of the Engineering departr writers who said Williams was over- Sheehan, Champs, 50 ment, to positions as draftsmen in worked when catchers like Sweeney, R. Pontrlch, Imperials 40 the Assessor's department. The new B. Schulte. K. of.C of Toledo, catch every game. 40 positions are in the nature of a proHarrlgan, Imperials Tho 30 motion with better salaries. GROCERS' FICNIO POSTPONED. Durke, Bertrands". .... 30 first named Is the son of Councilman Cronen, Mackln ...'. Whore the home 30 Jerome King. Where work is quickly On account of the severe storm Donnelly, Trinity. brightest; done; 30 on Thursday, July 20, the retail Mattlngly, K. of C, 20 TRINITY COUNCIL MOONLIGHT. Where tho work grocers decided to postpone their Lally, Mackln Whero cooking seems 20 outing and picnic until Thursday, Ohligschlager, Trinity. lightest; real fun; Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will 20 August 3, at Fontaine Perry Park. Chester, Orioles. moonlight Where tho meal Is -20 give their second i Wr Whero baking gives deAnother baby show will be held and Bosler, Trinity. KL cooked best; light; season on the steamer 20 of the a number of handsome prizes, of Scheckler, Mackln.. 20 Homer Smith next Thursday evenWhore tho rango stands Where drudgo Is out of value equal to those offered at the Voor, Imperials 10 ing, this being given in deference sight the test first show, will be conferred on the Clresl, K. of C 10 to the many requests for a repetiwinners. Another feature of pleas- Eschmann, Imperials That's where That's the whero tho enjoyable affair in . 10 tion of tho first evening will be a Murphy, Bertrands ure In the "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes 10 June. Boat will leayo Fourth street Flynn, Bertrands strength contest, or in. in. ........... 10 at 8:15 o'clock sharp. Tickets for between the Hibernian Giants, under Bossmeyer, K. of C. . adults fifty cents, children twenty-fiv- e Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended the direction of Thomas J. Dolan cents. GALAXY OF TALENT. and John H. Hcnnessy, and the "Hefty Grocers," captained by MarFEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. A galaxy of vaudeville talont, the ORDERED FROM IRELAND. tin J. Doll and George H. Lammers. like of which has never been offered FREE SERVICE. W MARKET ST. The Rev. James Horace Markley, In the event the Irish team wins ln the Park Theater, is that ana Catholic priest of Chicago, and the prize will consist of a large nounced for presentation ln the Irish flag, whereas if the grocers theater at Fontaine Ferry Park Richard Ebbett, a native of Nesucceed ln the contest a large Amer- next week. Headlining this reputed braska, who moved to Ireland and 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. ican flag will be presented to the sterling bill will bo tho musical established a business there four SALE or EXCHANGE J. winning team. President Hennessy comedy star, John E. Henshaw, and years ago, asserted upon their arstates, however, that his team "will the dainty Ingenue, Grace Avery, ln rival ln New York last Sunday S5.00 AND DP. M4 1 1 1 1 IH I I'l 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 H 1 1 II I M pull the grocers around the lot' their latest offering, "A Vaudeville aboard the steamship St. Paul from LAWRENCE P. SAMON, m l XUfrvfly will be Table d'Hote." Tho Famous New- - England that they had been orJ. VEENEMAK. Contests for the children .. CO. held late ln the afternoon, consist- comes round out the programme dered by the British authorities to VIm TtH. & TriK. rfftf m Hff SHntiry. . INCORPORATED. ing of sack races, egg races, with a gymnastic specialty, which leave that country. 333 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phone 13S to be Is said to comprise a rapid succes contests, all of which had PORTIUNCTJLA INDULGENCE. called off on account of the bad sion of thrills. Adhering to Us pol weather. The stock of goods for the icy of always keeping the big swimIn order to honor the occasion of country store has been replenished, ming pool In a sanitary condition, the celebration of the seventh cenand great bargains will be offered. the jnanagementof the park has tenary of the Portluncula IndulgSewer aa4 Calvert Pipe, The Ford automobile contest will be the pool emptied, cleaned and ster- ence divinely granted to the great concluded at 10 o'clock, rain or ilized every night. That the public St. Francis and confirmed by Pope Baaaea's Pateat L144ei Pipe fer Steam Cealaki, Bhtne. appreciates this fact Is evinced by Honorlus III., His Holiness Pope Wall Celiac, Draia Tile, Yltrlie4 BrkK, the tremendous business the pool is Benedict has granted a special congThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth Fire Preeia, Fle Liaia, Fire Rrick A'KARS THRBB SCORE. doing. , The ladles' sessions, which cession ln a Pontifical brief ad Clay, Grate aad teller Tile, Gresai Fire are held ever' morning from 9 to dressed to the Very Rav. Father Rev. Edward J. 12, are well attended. At such Clmeno, General of he Order of The Right OFFICE 528 WEST JKFFIRSGN Hanna, Archbishop of 8&n times free instructions are given Friars Minor. la this brief Pope t INCORPORATED on Friday ofMaat week cele- those desirous of learning to swim. Benediot extends the Portluncula HOME PHONIES OITY CUMB. MAIN S07. h tlrthday. 'The mixed sessions are also well Indulgence throughout the wholo his brated Sale OmiHi Register THat. No. 32 is year that will Begin on August 1, Archbishop Hanna Is also Commis- attended and the management WORKS MacoH Are., Bet. t atf MKlt. 13k ae4 Brecfc. of Immigration for Cali- gratified over the showing made by 1916, and will end on August 2, Mam Office ami Saleroom, 726-73- 0 sioner West Main Straat. 1917 fornia. "(t f the pool this season. K of C Hup 1 jit i&TBB Twin City fans who were not present were surprised to hear of heating given the the decisive Sunday, the by Mackln Champs score being 10 Jo 1. In justice to Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapallle, Manager Coleman's hustlers It must be explained that O'Brien, Murphy Coleman. lineup, Officers Capt. Frank Reichert, and Hogan were qut of the but on the other hand even with E. Edward J. Wolfe, Stelnbock, their piesence It would have been Thomas D. Cllnes. hard to predict the outcome, MorUmpires Alvln Wells, Mulligan, ris, the Y. M. I. star twirler, strikOtis Logsdon, Dan Lally. ing out seventeen men. The K. of C. club won a prettily played game from the Imperials, 3 to 2 being the final result, Clifford's hitting being TWIN CITY LEAGUE FIELD MEET.. the feature. The Orioles surprised the talent by trimming the Olympics in a 10 to 5 game, Weber, of the victors, making two home runs. Johnny Murphy, twirling for the Bertrands, outpltched his brother, Will Murphy, of the Trinity team, the Limerick boys winning 15 to 6. The game of games is agaln on the card for tomorrow, the Champs and T. of C. to meet on Diamond 2, and If the Knights win It Is pretty near a safe bet they will win the flag, as victory will give them a two game lead, while a Champ victory will again tie matters up. Other" games are Trinity vs. Olympics, juacinn vs. Bertrands, Orioles vs. Imperials. Standing to date: - W. L. Pet. Clubs Champs Mackln Bertrands Imperial! Olympics Orioles gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur- pny, c. Voes, G. KHer. Trinity Council Shadburn, Moore, Kalter, Bluol, Bosler, Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. C ummings, B Cummlngs, Hagner, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammc-ma- n, Schwlnd, Neumeyer. Champs Hack, Trager, Gill Brownfield, Ott, Lleber, N. Murphy, Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, MEXICO'S FIRST CHIEF. GEN. CARRANZA The most talked of man In the Mexican crisis, whose note to the United States Government started the militia moving to the border. TWIN CITY L13AGUK. MATHIAS POSCHINGBU. I Louisville lost a public spirited citizen and St. Boniface church one of its most active and respected members when Mathias Poschlnger passed away at St. Anthony's Hospital, where ho had undergone a The delicate surgical operation. news of his death cast a pall o'f gloom throughout the city and from expressions of all sections came sympathy for his survivors. Mr. Poschlnger was a native of Germany, coming to Louisville In 1885. Honest and industrious, he has been very successful and had high stand ing In business circles, being inter- ested ln a numDer of enterprises that gave employment to largo num bers, one of them the American Machine and Elevator Company. Ho Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizaa son, beth Schnell Poschlnger; Frank Poschlnger: two sisters, Miss Frances Poschlnger and Mrs. Anna Graf, of Louisville, and three sisters living In Germany. Ho was a member of St. Joseph's Orphan Society, Knights of Columbus, St. Vincent Do Paul Society and the Lieder-kran- z and Concordia Singing Societies. The funeral was held Wednesday morning and was one of the largest seen at St. onlface church n recent years, HIBERNIAN MOONLIGHT. for-.643 Women's Ready to Wear Wash Dress Fabrics Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings At great reductions in prices. These are all new and 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 jj X titnnttMf)nnmHHummMt 50c Now For the Palm Beach Suits 50c ...... ...... 12 11 2 3 5 .857 .786 CLEANING AND DYEING CO. Mon-.42- immm&mmm&mmgm&jmm The Last Dollar - -- er Sixty-one-year-o- ld Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. German Insurance BanK BE SURE TO CALL FOR Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS McKENNA IT WHISKY Where the Quick Meal Comes In Sttlri hi i 1 'is always pure. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. ACCESSORIES "tug-of-war- ," (jfcrlfc,K Jb Ct l.-O- SON, 1 ill m GHILDERS ELECTRIC pie-eati- P. BANNON PIPE CO. Calejr;e?. OLDBARBEE JNO.T.BARBEE&CO. Fran-oise- o, S7S-17I- 6. fifty-sixt-