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Kentucky Irish American: August 5, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916080501_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 5, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OSrOmjU) PUT THAT IN YOUR X' Eg85E J ETTthC tar ouw PRIDE rCTORv i rnkmSzEi! jnOUIfi FIFE SMOKE and Kentucky Irish American NO. 6. from his prayers, were: "ildle for my country." Father McCarrell said that he found Casement, to be a beautiful character, and .that he never instructed anjione in his religion who showed himself a quicker or more promising learner. England the In Manchester Guardian and a number of other papers pleaded for mercy and peticir1 EI Nomo Wilkoe Unlort Made Cigars. I VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1916. i' u L T ' i PRICE FIVE CENTS. stated before, tho real issue at stako is tho control of the Republican party hero next year, and Wood Axton, the Bull Moose leader. Is not fighting half as much for Owens as ' he is ror Axton. Following his lead are the and political pirates, with tho Junior Seems Prospect of an Amlcahle Order boys beating tho tomtoms Settlement of tho Irish and brushing up their little red badges for tho polls next year. Problem. Scenting another grab nt Axton's barrel, tho Herald is paving the way for a billingsgate campaign in which it delights to picture Democrats behind tho bars, etc., tho mat- John Dillion Calls Upon the ter used being about as near to the Government to Disclose truth as the Herald's "War Day Its Plnn. by Day," which slyly attacks and predicts the fall of Germany every EXECUTED DISTANT forwarded to Pre- mlpr Asnillth a nntltlnn nlimorl Sv six nishops, twenty-si- x members of "Went to Ills Death With For- Parliament and fifty-twother persons, including a number of edutitude That marked His cators. Pope Benedict Interceded in Life. Casement's behalf, endeavoring to obtain grace for him from the Dritlsh Government, influential Irish Nationalists having urged upon the Stood Calmly While Noose "Was Pontiff that the prisoner was not a traitor but was inspired by Irish Adjusted About His patriotism. o Sir Roger Casement Hanged "Wednesday Morning 1 tions asking for a reprieve were Tower of London. culated in London. Adherents John Redmond of ! Neck. KNIGHTS PETITIONS FOR CLEMENCY VAIN AT DAVENPORT. LffiJ 7tKi-"ff1r- The murder of Sir Roger Casement, as no other term can be applied to it, is but a culm nation of of Irish statesthe series of murderscitizens by the men, patriots and British Government and is only another chapter in the bloody and criminal history of the British Empire. ment's, and during that long period brutal England has continued the Ireland's same policy, crushing chances for liberty and murdering Irish statesmen and patriots who sprung from the Green Isle and who sacrificed their lives fighting for her liberty. Sir Roger Casement, Irish Knight, was executed at 9 o'clock Thursday morning for high treason. Almost up to the hour he was led forth from the historic Tower of London, where he had been confined to the death chamber, efforts were made by his friends to obtain a reprieve. The Government, however, was firm in its decision to carry out the decree of the courts and exacted the death penalty. Sir Roger went to his death with the same fortitude that marked his life and stood calmly while the hangman's noose was adjusted about his neck. Early in the morning two priests of the Roman Catholic church adlminis-tere- d the last rites in the cell of the condemned man and shortly afterward a little procession headed by the clergymen with Casement following, a warder on either side, the execution proceeded toward The shed, only five yards away. priests recited the litany of the dying, Casement, responding in low tones: "Lord, have mercy on my soul." Casement mounted the gallows steps firmly and commended his spirit to God as ho stepped on the trap. Immediately after the trap was sprung the prison engineer and physician descended into the pit where, after the application of the usual test, Casement was pronounced dead at nine minutes after 9. According to the custom in the case of prisoners hanged for crimes similar to that of Casement, his body will be burled in quick lime in the prison yard, but probably no decision as to the burial will be made until after the Inquest. An affecting incident took place outside the prison wall as the execution was in progress. At the back of the prison, a little distance from the jeering crowd about the gates, was a group of about thirty Irish men and women. When the dull clang of the prison bell announced that the doomed man had paid the last penalty this little group fell on their knees and with bowed heads remained for some moments silently praying for the repose of the soul of their dead Immediately after the execution three notices were posted on the prison door. The first, signed by the Under Sheriff of London, the Governor of the prison and Father James McCarrell, Casement's confessor, read: "Judgment of death on Roger was this day executed David Casement in His Majesty's prison at Pentonvllle in our presence." All the members of Casement's family were Protestants, and he was brought up in that faith, but became a convert to Roman Catholic-Iswithin the last few weeks. On June 29 he was registered as a member of the Roman Catholic church, and since that time Fathers and Carey, of Eden McCarrell Grove church, near the prison, have been ministering to him, He received his first and only communion morning, at 7 o'clock Thursday when he assisted at mass, in the. One of his attendants said cell. that his overpowering love for God and Ireland was most striking. According to this attendant, the last words of the condemned man, apart -fellow-countryma- n. Two years ago the English Government onered ?5,000 in gold to have Btr Roger assassinated at Christiana, Norway, where he .was stopping at that time, the offer being made in writing by Findlay, the British Norwelgan Consul, the plot to murder being foiled at that time by Sir Roger Casement's body servant. Just one hundred and thirteen years ago next month Robert Emmet was meted out the same fate as Case- vention that there was a decrease in agitation. Old Point Comfort was chosen as the place for the 1917 convention. non-Cathol- ic members. Col. P. H. Callahan, of Louisville, Chairman of the Religious Prejudice Commission, reported to the con- With Most Rev. John Bonzano, the Apostolic Delegate as the bon ded guest, and with a dozen Arch bishops and Bishops among those In attendance, the Supreme Council of the Knights of Columbus convened in Davenport on Tuesday for the h annual session. A programme that possessed many attractive features had been arranged for the occasion, and the event brought together delegates and thousands of visitors from every State in the Union, from Canada, Cuba, Mexico and the Philippines. The fourth degree was exemplified for a class of over 250 candi dates on Monday and the convention opened on the following day with a solemn Pontifical mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral, Archbishop Bon zano being the celebrant. The sermon was preached by Most Rev. James J. Keano, Archbishop of Dubuque. When the Supreme Council went into session at the Columbia Theater addresses were delivered by Gov. Clarke of Iowa, State and local officials of the Knights of Columbus, and by representatives of the civic organizations. One of the most interesting features of the programme and doubtless one of the most enlightening and impressive functions at the con vention was the public mass meeting for and the public generally at the Coliseum on Wednesday evening, when Joseph Scott, of Los Angeles, the eloquent champion of Catholicism, delivered a stirring address on "Catholic Citizenship." The convention the four members of the Board of Directors whose terms expired. They are John H. Rcddin, of Denwr; W. D. Wier, of St. Paul: Dr. N. A. Dus- sault, 0f Quebec, and Judge Paul Leche, of Donaldsvllie, La. By unanimous vote the Knights agreed to prpvide immediately for the es- tablishmentof a .recreation camp on the Mexican border for its soldier thirty-fourtcs XaiZTllffilF Sii" Jt-- Uf TvSzS&' i?-jy5- 3' H r II CHORAL CLUB SUNSET. This evening the Hotner Smith will take Mackin Council's Choral Club and its friends up the river for a sunset excursion. The stars of the recent show, "Tin Soldiers," will be the guests of the council, and will help entertain all present. high-claMusic, dancing and vaudeville will be the programme, and a large attendance is expected. Aulyn Kanston will direct tho vaudeville, in which will appear Misses Bertha Cohn, Evelyn John son and Nettye Fenton, assisted by ss the "Tin Soldiers." In addition to the above the Committee of Arrangements have secured Misses Eileen and Imelda Klppes to sing and dance their latest successes. These last two little ladles are very talented and have been much in demand this season. This will be tho last excursion of the season for Mackin Council. ' E " BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk " .ISBbBBBBBbR k' sflBWsSSBBBBBBBBtt FRED'K C. PENFIELD, United States Ambassador Austria. CROAGH PATRICK. to m The past Sunday people gathered from all parts of Ireland to take part In the annual pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick in the County Mayo. It is easy to realize that Croagh Patrick mountain has hallowed memories for the Irish, as it was on Its summit that St. Patrick fastftd and prayed for his people. It was here also that he pleaded for the Divine l protection for the country to wMcn he became so much attached. , gressman Sherley and the Demo- POSITION OF NATIONALIST PARTY cratic ticket. It goes without saying that this is easily possible, as Mr. Sherley will receive the independent vote in a bulk, and tho The debate In the House ot writer ventures to say that 90 per Commons Monday on John Dillon's cent, of tho workers organized the other day mot on urging the Government to WILL WAKE OF GERMAN SUBMARINE EXPOSE HER? will scratch their ticket to vote for disc ose its plan for the government The opinion of those who know seems to acree flint thn nllv waknlnft hv n nuhnmrtno iiioKinen. Ireland during the war, seems his election. This committee Is whereabouts to the enemy craft. The photograph shows a submarine under gas motor leaving behind a cumposeu ot . uio nower of the Re- to have left tho UJBUUUl IVUnCi publican party, especially from the amicable settlement of tho Irish standpoint of wealth and prestige, problem as distant as before. but It Is especially noticeable that l remler Asquith made a conciliatory demonstration," the letter says in they are not interested in the Re- speech, but ho had little to anpart, "celebrates Ireland's midsumpublican Congressional primary to- nounce tending to appease National-1- st mer carnival known as 'Lady Day in day. susceptibility, for Harvest,' and also ,'the h Many voters are discussing tho expressed tho convictionalthough ho anniversary of the selection of two members of the manent settlement would that a per(Battle of the Yellow Ford). be reached Board of Education this fall and the sooner than many impression is gaining ground that ined, John Redmond, persons imagRECENT DEATHS. The Socialist Pot Is Boiling: and the NationNot Enthused the Recep- the people should be allowed to alist leader, made it clear that' hla No Keller in Sight For make a choice themselves and that party was dissatisfied Speech of tion of Ilug-hcs- ' The funeral of Daniel Buckley, and would mo voters siiould select their choice 440 South Twentieth street, was Party. Acceptance. or choices In' the same manner as henceforth consider it from association with the coalition held Wednesday morning from the they select the Board of Aldermen, Government Cathedral. Deceased was seventy-on- e voted for from the city at large. and oppose and free to criticize years old and had long been a It Independently in any Ben W. Kllng, a Defection Made Complete by resident of this city. He was the New York Herald's Unique Can remarkable race who made such is circumstances. The main ground-fotwo years ago, father of Miss Nora Buckley. his objection to the Governagain in the field, canvassing among Desertion of Another Near vass Brings Some Startling the voters of all parties, and it is ment's plan for an interim governMrs. Ellen Carroll, beloved wife Organ. believed that he will be elected in ment was that it would be in the Results. of Martin Carroll, 2625 Bank street, November. Nothing is being said hands of the new Secretary for died Saturday from an illness that against the personal qualifications Ireland. Henry Edward Duke, and extended over a year. She was of the two members of the present the Attorney General, Sir Frederick one years old and had a wide Now York State Executive Com- circle of friends and acquaintances. Axton and Louisville Herald board who are candidates, but it is E. Smith, both Unionists; that in a protest against the method of fact it was a revival of Castle govSurviving her are her husband, a mittee Expels Schenectady ernment. Fighting: For Control of selection. daughter, Mrs. L. T. Baker, of ChiJohn Redmond. In thn rnnnu nf Mayor. cago, and a son, L. B. Carroll, of Local G. O.P. his speech, made much SLIDE THEM FEKL GOOD. of tho this city. The funeral services were agreement between Sir Edward held at St. Cecilia's church ThursDivision 1, A. O. H held its reg- Carson and himself. He said ho day morning. ular monthly meeting on Thursday did 'not think It worth Sir Edward THEY WORK THE SPOILS SYSTEM week, and despite the ex- Carson's while to seek to vary tho The body of Mrs. Rose HIggins, REPUBLICANS SUPPORT SHERLEY of lastheat many treme members attended torms of the agreement. Redmond a former resident of this city, arwho had been absent from previous added that the position of the Narived from Memphis Saturday mornmeetings, as well as tho old guard, tionalist party was that In the midst ing, the was St. Louis funeral taking place from Tho Metropolitan Magazine President of a great war It was impossiblo To find out how ,fhe Hughes who never miss one. Bertraud.'s church. Mrs. n formerly a of the Social- HIggins was the daughter of J. J. speech of acceptance was lecelved Mark Ryan was unavoidably absent, seriously to consider a permanent and Vice President William L. settlement of these questions. Thoy ist party. At least it devoted much Casey, Assistant Superintendent of throughout the country the New Cushlng occupied the chair, con- had agreed to every word of of its space to their propaganda. tho Board of Children's Guardians, York Herald instructed its corretho Morris Hlllnult was-oof its con Besides herhusband, Edward P. spondents in many pf the.. large ducting the meeting and expediting written contract which was acthe spicuous contributors, and Art HIggins, a well known railroad man cities throughout the country to 'in- ner. business in a very laudable man- cepted by their followers as a temThe presence of James P. porary measure. He had .objected Young, as a lingering memory, is of Memphis, she leaves two chil- terview the first ten men they met, as its Washington dren and two sisters. Misses Cath the class of men being interviewed Barry added zest to the proceedings, to tho formation of a coalition Govstill employed coming from all walks of life, from and in his usual manner ho spoke ernment at the first, but what thoy cartoonist. For some time of late erine and Queen Casey. zeal it has had a change of heart. It has the hack driver and elevator man with and and earnestness for tho now were getting was a pure future welfare of Division Lnlonlst Government in become the vehicle for the utteryears to the merchant and capitalist. In good He was William Moran. thirty-on- e Ireland. Ho 1. to see so mnnv did not care ance of one who loves the' Socialists old, son of Patrick how able or and Sarah New York City the ten were about present and toclad know that tho divis at all, the famous Col. Roose- Moran, 2805 Montgomery not such a Government might street, evenly divided betwen Wilson and velt. And as if to maek the defec- died Tuesday evening, and tho sad Hughes. One of those interviewed ion now, as ever, was able to meet be, ho objected to it altoeether. Tt more complete it pub- news was received with expressions said: "Hughes is 'off In his Mexican her financial obligations. Financial would cause tho most profound distion all the lishes in its curent issue an article tf sincere sorrow throughout tho talk; the Republicans left that mud Secretary Clancy was kept busy tak- satisfaction In Ireland, and instead from the pen of Schenectady's West "End, where he was' widely dle to Wilson." In San Francisco ing dues from members, while of allaying tho present unrest would Treasurer Thomas Keenan kept tab Mayor, Dr. Lunn, denouncing in no known. tend in tho was held about seven out of ten declared uncertain words the "machine" of Thursday The funeral the Church themselves as satisfied with the on the dollars and announced with Government, opposite direction. Tho morning from he contended, ought the Socialist party. Mayor Lunn, of Our Lady, speech, while in Philadelphia disap- glee that he had just received more Instantly to withdraw money from dues at this meeting the proclamait may be. said, has been expelled by celebrating the Rev. Father Conniff pointment was expressed. In Bos- than would pay requiem mass all claims against tion of martial law. Ho assured this "machine" from the party, to- speaking words of consolation and ton, Bloomington and Denver the tho division. to preponderance was against Hughes, z, This put all members tho House that throughout the ungether with Dr. Charles P. the President of the Common the bereaved parents and relatives. while in St. Paul, Burlington and present in good cheer as was per- happy circumstances of this controversy he had not been able for Council of Schenectady, and many New Haven the majority declared ceptible by the remarks of tho va- a Miss Ellen M. Rohan, sixty-on- e rious speakers. The Recording moment to forget the war. Nothothers. The reason for their ex- years old, themselves in favor of the Republi- Secretary, Daniel McCarthy, cousin of John P. Hellon, can nominee, but summing the inwas In- ing had happened, or could happen, pulsion, as is pretty generally known, was because they refused to 1602 Dumesntl street, was claimed terviews as a whole the consensus structed to send out notices to all to alter his views about that. Ho obey the "local" of the Socialist by death Wednesday evening, leav- of opinion was that the speech of members to attend tho next meet- repeated that the very highest inparty of Schenectady in the matter ing many friends who admired her Hughes did not have the right ring, ing and learn the good advancement terests of Ireland consisted in that for her womanly virtues and char- and that the Progressives couldn't made by the order and Its achieve- country doing her duty, and slio of political appointments. The funeral tok place yes- see This local is composed of the dues acter. morning all. There is no denying ments since the first of the year. was doing it now. terday from St. William's the it at that Hughes as a candidate The Visiting Committee reported no The leading features of Premier paying members of the party in that church, fact when Rev. George M. Con- for election Is not near as strong as member on the sick list at present, Asquith'a speech particular community, and not of nor the angave more Joy to the mem- nouncement of the wero celebrated the requiem mass when he was the silent candidate and this those who voted the Socialist ticket new Secretary paid feeling bers present, as manifested ere the for Ireland; his sidetracking in the election. It is in this way andthe deceased, tribute to the life for the nomination, it appearing meeting adjourned. of the of the party throughout the country is and fortified by who was prepared that he was better thought of by Plunkett scheme for an tho sacraments of the people in the role of a Sphinx organized, the local being a very advisory council, which had been, valuable asset for propaganda pur- her holy religion. strongly supported outside of tho than that of the spouting campaign poses. During Lunn's first term as House, but which tho Premier deorator. Many were grieved when they Mayor the local declared in its conJgH L&E' Then, again, the gathering of the clared was impracticable, and tho body could learned of the death of George Progressives in Indianapolis Thursstitution that that announcement that there would bo instruct the officials in those things Welsbecker on Wednesdaw morn- day boded no good for the prospects no reduction Of tho military fnrooa may deem wise and proper" ing at his homo, 927 South Shelby of unity In the Republican ranks, "that it in Treland. Ho also indicated that street. For years he had been en- and if the Bull Moose party doesn't and that the officials must obey this all the Unionist members of tho g gaged in the busi- decide on a full ticket it would not dictation. Dr. Lunn refused to abide Cabinet were in practical agreement by this declaration and it was done ness ind was an active member of be surprising to see many of the with Lord Lansdowne. This was St. Martin's church, from where the leaders of that' party come out in away with before his next campaign. further confirmed by Andrew Bonar As soon as ho again came into office funeral was held yesterday morn- an endorsement for Wilson. It has Law, Secretary for tho Colonies, a wrangle began over tho appoint- ing. Ho is survived by his widow, repeatedly been said in these colIbbbbbsbshBSsv who admitted that Lord Lansdowne ment to political places of members Mrs. Magdalene Kopp Welsbecker, umns that if Wilson could wJBBBBBBBSMBBBSBMii and himself had arrived at the same of the party. Tha result was that and several children, George Wels- straighten out the tangle In Mexican point by different paths. Lunn and his fellows In office were becker, of Cincinnati; Mrs. George affairs in the next month or so and Joseph Devlin, who followed, t expelled from the party by the State McMannon, Sister Victoria, a nun read the riot act to England hiB VsRHf said ho hoped that the next time Executive Committee of New York. In the Ursuline Convent, would be assured. From and he marched with the Nationalists "Many a Socialist speaker," Madeline. Frances, John and e present Indications both may come through the division lobby, it writes Lunn, "almost foams at the to pass, as Whiskers Carranza is Welsbecker. would be for the purpose of turnmouth when he enters upon his not so keen for a fight Just now, ing out the coalition Government. tirade against the Injustices which with fair chances of his elimination FORGETS THE OUTSIDE. He warned tho Government not to d he charges direct to the altogether, while tho opportunity kill the constitutional movement machines operated by Barnes and thinks clearly, sees grows daily for a chanco to clve a for home rule, and charged the pBBAr-I dSBSSSSSBBBR Murphy." But tho Socialist "ma- clearly and speaks clearly in the stinging rebuke to John Bull. IbBBBBBBbS'b SBBBBBBBBBI Premier, with cowardice in turning chine," he shows us, is practically following eloquent passage: "Some- There has been no let-u- p In tho over to every bit as bad; and the spoils sys- times we criticize the Roman Cath- robbery or our mails: the Enellsh the attempt uB&f ? AKJSBSBSBBBBBBBBll to reach a settlement. It was antem is at work there, too. Human olic church very severely, but there theater audiences are hooting and other example IBSSSSB9BferJSBBSSSSSSSSSBsl of tho Premier's nature is a peculiar proposition. It is no church that has made a surer Jeering Wilson's name; the British method of shifting responsibility, refuses to change in certain ways and deeper search into human warships hovering at our gates were and decidedly will not do so for the nature. Mr. uevnn saia ne could never The Roman Catholic not thought of so kindly, and last agree to a reduction of representabetter through force of materialistic church, the greatest religious or- but not least the murder if Sir teaching. Socialism is having a hard ganization in the world, conducts Its Roger Casement, despite the plea of tion in Westminster until a permatime at the job of changing it in worship in a common tongue. The our President, Senators. Congressnent settlement was reached. He way; we have much reason to Roman Catholics conduct their wor- men ahd others, all of these giving this had never heard "& more idiotic" HENRY VAN DYKE. success. The attempts ship In a language of worship. despair of its . proposal than the one put forward Their Wilson the opportunity of his life, United Ambassador States which it has practically made have church utilizes every means of tak- and this step would bring him in a Holland. any brilliant future pos- ing people outside every day inter hurry the support of the entire not shown 'Sir Edward Carson that what Brit sibilities. Its promise of a mlllenium ests, and seeks to induce them to American people. ish statesmen failed to settle IrishCARDINAL SOLE SURVIVOR. is more than doubtful. The Republican primary here to men might settle for themselves. forget what is outside. Thus the C. B. of C. V. language of cemmerce and every day for tho nominations for Conis interesting to note that It day occupation is left outside, and gress, Prosecuting Attorney, State SEVERE ON CHURCH. d Gibbons, now in the LADY DAY IN IIARVEST. The Catholic church in England the people are taught the language Senator and Councilman promises to Cardinalyear of his age, is the sole leave some bitter after effects, and has been dealt a severe blow In the of worship. That shows a "Welcome to the Irish People of deep Insight into the human shrewd, Dr. Ryans and his associates of the survivor of the 800 Bishops who Government's dictation that the mind." Chicago and Vicinity" Is the cape Republican faction will cer attended the Ecumenical Council, of seminarians who are eighteen years tion of a circular to. bo. sent out tainly have a crow to pick with the whom he was the youngest. age and who have not comof LADIES TAKE CHARGE: this week to many thousand AmeriHerald and its Bull Moose followmenced tho study of theology are The next euchre and lotto party ers because of the metheds used to DIAMOND JUBILEE. can citizens of Irish birth or desubject to military duty. The ruling Patrick's old injure Dr. Ryans' candidacy, he bescent. The circular announces the to be held in St. is to catch all aspirants to forty-firThe Right Rev. Thomas Grace, thesuch as annual demonstration of school hall, Thirteenth and Mar- ing the real choice of the Republipriesthood except a few the United Irish Societies of Chi- ket, takes place Monday night, can party, while Owens is tho Bull Bishop of Sacramento, was seventy-fiv- e aro already in the last stageswho of cago to be held at Brand's Park when a nice tally prize will be Moose favorite. It is amusing to years old Wednesday, More tneir preparation ror service. on Tuesday, August 15. The an- awarded. The ladies who will re- observe the high sounding pratings vigorous and active than many This will mean that. IfGod's war conthe nouncement is signed by James A. ceive and have charge are of the Herald In regard to machine men years younger, he celebrated tinues for a protracted period, the Hogan, Chairman of the day: James J. W. Noone and Grace politics, etc., while Messrs. Chilton his birthday quietly, but was quite seminaries, when those now therein P, Walsh, President, and Thomas Noble and Misses A. Dolan, Mar- and Searcy, of the Owens faction, busy receiving congratulations and are ordained; must oioee, while P. Bonfleld, Secretary of the socle- - garet Welscher and Mary Sheehan, have done everything possible to messages from the people of his eventually there will come a period ties, composed of eishten separate and they assure their friends an prevent uyans getting an ere; diocese and all parts of the of years when there will be no one Irish organisations. "Our forty-firenjoyable evening. break with election officers, etc. A; ready for ordination. I Hughes-Fairbanks day. Many Democrats are prone to accept the suggestion made by Mayor Buschemeyer the other day in which he thought it advisable for party members not to discuss the or plan for next year's races just now, but nil pitch In and roll un annMmr iuuuru oreaKing majority for Con- Joe Devlin Denounces Premier's Method of Shifting sponsibility. Re- i.... TROUBLE REPUBLICANS 0cr thirty-eight- self-absolv- ed r fifty-- near-orga- ne . broa'd-mlnd- ed Steln-met- -- wagon-makin- Lor-ain- well-oile- Lloyd-Geor- ge r Lloyd-Geor- ge t eighty-secon- old-lin- st " Mes-dam- es st BZtiJS1?XJCI3?Xr Xj&ISJEC AJban&XZCAJSL, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. r- I I tJfoMMrJZfagtf lavtted to the Social 1 ami Moral AiraaceiMtBeat ot klrt Anerkam and CataMc HMerala&B, Youqr Mtn'i OMsUHy Indorsed by Aaeient Order latitats sad Catholic KalghU of America. O Q KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate Publisher SINOLB COPY ge 4V1SCRIPTI0N PRICE, ON DOLLAR PER YEAR latUr. 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The events of tho past few UUMING EVENTS. weeks have shown the deplorable features of a serious situation and August 9 Festival and supper disclosed the helpless condition .for St. William's church, on grounds the country would bo In were it at Thirteenth and Oak. August 9 St. Joseph's Orphan suddenly called on to deal with a on orphanage Picnic formidable foe Our free and easy.Soclety manner may Indicate the confidence, August 16 Picnic and minstrels we In ourselves, but It is of Trinity Council at Phoenix Hill mighty poor protection against real Park, August 17 Picnic and chicken danger. The duty of true Americans at the present time is, by supper on St. Agnes school grounds, profiting by tho lessons thus fur- Newburg road. AugUBt 17 Picnic of St. Aloyslus nished us, to encourage the spirit church, Pewee Valley. of reasonable preparedness so that 3 August Annual lawn fete our country may not be at the for benefit of Sts. Mary and Elizamercy of the first bully whose beth Hospital, on hospital grounds. September 3 Excursion to Mameyes may happen to turn (.reedy moth Cave, auspices of Trinity this way. Council, Y. M. I. 8-- The Big Outstanding Feature For Friday Responsibility- - for the failure of the Irish homo rule compromise falls directly upon Premier Asqulth who proposed the and Lloyd-Georg- e, compromise. John Redmond went Into Ireland with a written agreement entered Into with Lloyd-Georon behalf of the Cabinet. "With the utmost difficulty and In the face of flerco opposition Redmond succeeded In getting the assent of his followers to the conditions of that agreement. When ho returned ho found that Lansdowne had won over the Cabinet to change two vital conditions of the compromise. It amounts to abreach of faith and doubtless means a breach and Saturday Is Women's White Sport Oxfords j I . ge rumps ana VISIONS. White Buck Tfc Floor Main v&xp'"'P1,ul"""ai 1 iim in i'ifc between tho Irish Nationalists and the Liberals. ANOTHER SERIOUS PROBLEM. dinner tendered Miss Mamie Noonan Sunday evening at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Cllnes, South Sixth street. There were twenty guests present and Mrs. Cllnes was assisted in receiving by her daughters, Misses Mary and Anna. ALTER MANY YEARS. St. John's church, near Columbus, Ind., In which services had not been held for twenty years and around which timber and weeds had grown, has been reopened and the Rev. Father C. R. Baron is now holding services in the church, the first in twenty years. MANY TAKE VOWS. .98 IK 3 -m j&Ss rv Main &oozs Sport Oxfords noor White Wash Main JT . I t fL rf' Downstairs A I Floor able Kid, Neolin Sole s3 IF ' pA AQ I Is ' -- u Kcaney returned DOESN'T FIT. Saturday after a ten days' visit to friends at Danville. die, LeuUMUc. Americans returning homo from England tell of ihe bitter feeling Spouse by vows, formed Miss Agnes O'Hern, of Jefferson-vllla scene Is spending a two weeks' va- worthy of admiration against this country in the land of of our Immaculate Mother and tho whole John Bull because the United States cation at Mooresvllle, Ind. heavenly host. On the day followdees net take Great Britain's side Miss Maggie Judge is at ing a beautiful feast of thanksgivwar. many Inin the European Mich., where she will spend ing was celebrated. Twelve venerable Sisters had the happy privstances being related of how Presi- the remainder of tho summer. ilege to go back In spirit to the dent Wilson's name is being jeered Mrs. Patrick Bane and daugh- - day, twenty-fiv- e a: In the theaters and music halls. ter, Miss Margaret Bane, of Jeffer- -' which they had years previous, on consecrated This hardly fits In with the plea of are visiting relatives In selves by holy vows to the service n Chicago. press for of their Maker. But for one, and tho only one, venerable Sister ,Ida, It unity and was a day that brought back Mr. and guff. Refusal to allow the and family, Mrs. Heniy W. Iniorde memories of a half a centuryhappy ago. who are spending two Irish Relief Committee to land, weeks at Graham" Springs, will re- Sixteen postulants were Invested, ON ORPHANAGE GROUNDS, CRESCENT HILL. twenty took the first vows for three unlawful dententlon of American turn Tuesday. years, nineteen renewed their vows citizens, robbery of American malls Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. Take Crescent Hill car to the Col. Frank McGrath and Police for five years vows DISGRACE OP ENGLAND. and blacklisting of American mer- Capt. Michael Hogan arrived home were taken by and the finalAmong seventeen. In case of rain will be postponed to following favorable day. Is making It doubly hard for Wednesday noon after a two weeks' those who renewed their vows were grounds. In preventing Thomas Hughes chants Elizabeth and Rose Thiel, of CovJohn Bull's apologists these days. stay at Atlantic City. Kelly from discharging the duty ington, final vows being taken by FKDEHATIOX DELEGATES. Imposed on him by the charity of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hourlgan Bernadlna Rlelman, of Louisville: Wallace Rev, William The Dr. Peter S. Ganz and Eugene his fellow citizens, the English Gov- Horner has resigned the pastorate are home from Birmingham, Ala., Anna Zapp and Anna Walter, of where ernment has given another 'and a of the Baptist church at Twenty-secon- d cousin, they spent a week with their New Albany, and Anna Rechtln, of Cooney will represent Louisville' and Mrs. R. J. Cope. THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL ovlngton.' Jefferson county In tho fifteenth anmore striking evidence of that and Walnut In order to nual convention of the American FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. broad "humanity" that was ev- organize a "pure church." Tho engagement of Miss JoTURNS TO YOUTH. We Societies, Federation of Catholic ' sephine O'Connell and Dennis CRESCENT HILL. LODISVILLK KY. J. idenced by its refusal to permit would suggest that the Rev. Horner which opens in New York City on Lincoln is announced, the wedding Press dispatches from Rome say Sunday, August 20. The Pontifical High Moral and Intellectual Standards. supplies to be delivered to study Catalogue Sent Free. medical the Catholic catechism, Car- date to be announced later. the failure of the Pope's appeals to high mass preceding the convention ADDRESS: SACRED HEART SECRETARY. ACAPEMr. 3115 CHER0KEEEPRVE,rL0UisviU,E, KY. Germany. Mr. Kelly Is neither a Our of "Faith the warring nations for peace was will be celebrated by Cardinal Fardinal Gibbons spy nor a militant Sinn German Louisville people in New York admitted by the Pontiff In address- ley and Cardinal Gibbons doctrine, will Fathers" and Catholic pity the past week were Mrs. W. J. ing a delegation of the youth of preach the sermon. Dr. Ganz Is one Pelner, but an American banker which will lead him into the one and the custodian of a fund for true and pure church the one Curran, Miss L. Curran. Mrs. E. C. Rome on Sunday. Tho delegation of the pioneers In the Federation Gorman and iMIss E. Walsh. prayed for peace In accordance with movement and for years has been VAUDEVILLE the relief of distress In Ireland. tho Pope's appeal to the children one of the Vice Presidents. This founded by and following tho teachDANCXHG What there is In such n fund that ings of" Jesus Christ. George J. Butler, tho well known of the whole world to appeal to promises to be the most notable and West End grocer, God on tho last Sunday of the Catholic gathering over assembled HAILY FREE HAND CONCERTS violates the "defence of the realm was among the sojourners at West second year of the struggle to end in this country. The Catholic Press net" wo are unable to discover, ADMISSION TO PAKE Results of the two years' war In Baden Springs the past week. the war. The Pope remarked that Association will hold Its annual Afternoon Free. unless it be that the English regard Europe are staggering. The total IDo. After 6 P. the war whibh was ravaging all the meeting the three days preceding NOTE Coupon given with sateM.ticket Miss Mary Flynn, of 1412 Hep- earth was not visible on all faces, this convention. the saving of Irish children and killed, wounded and missing reaches good for admission to theater or their mothers as a menace to tho 15,355,000, and the present dally burn avenue, Is In St. Louis, where although such carnage made an ever dance pavilion. she will spend the summer with present call for mediation and paCATHOLIC KNIGHTS. perintegrity of the Empire. Well, cost is $100,000,000. And all this Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Corcoran. HE BIO SAKITABT tiences Yet. he said, adults were haps this is the explanation. In sacrifice of life and monoy without Next Friday night the Central SWIM M MING unable to forego the attractions of deed this is only a continuation of the slightest benefit- to any of tho Mrs, James Wathen, Master life and that was why he turned Committee o ftho Catholic Knight3 K Iff OPE2T James Somes and Nicholas Wathen to the children who are nearest of America holds its meeting in St. England's cruel and inhuman treat- warring nations. Poor Europe are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Andrew and dearest to God by their inno- John's Hall, and promises to be ment of the smaller nation. may peace soon return. Corcoran In Cordyvllle, Canada. MULLOY'S COFFEE "We, cence and weakness. the very interesting. Final reports will father faithful." he said, be made of the very successful ox The Louisville Anzelger has now FREE AND EASY. The baby boy who arrived at tho "have of all the have exhorted and curslon to Jasper and Ferdinand. Is tho best coffee value offered. suffered, Cut Flowers for alt occasions. for Its editor in chief John F. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence If you want a delicious, inexpentwo years, but our ex- and the business will be of more As the Catholic Advance says, Horlna, a gentleman of much news- Williams, of West Broadway, was prayed for to sive coffee, Special attention given hortations the combatants to than usual Importance. Thursday if we do not know now what a farce paper experience and ability. Be- christened at Holy Cross church lay down their arms and seek a night the beneficiaries of George orders. TRY OU- RAmerican preparedness is, we shall sides being a successful writer he Sunday. settlement through the channels of Holland received their check for his insurance, another Instance of NEW NANZ & NEUNER CO. justice and reason having been in never learn. It was pitiful to see is an artist and will bring new life Miss Margaret Keenan Is In New vain, we decided to have recourse the promptness with which the INCORPORATED. the efforts of tho national guards to our n neighbor. York visiting Mrs. George Spears to invocations for divine help by Catholic Knights pay their death 2 1.2 Lbs. on Riverside drive, and from there claims. to mobilize, after the call went out 057 Foal-H- i Ave., Louisville. Ky powerful means of your in Special rebate ticket good for will go to Atlantic City to Bpend the all Those white people Tho men rewho were from Washington. nocence, hoping that the prodigy iuc in wane wan z i.j ins of ST. DOMINIC'S DAY. of the son of Hagar might be responded at once, but they had to ordered from the negro t Pythian the remainder of August. WRITE OR CALL nowttiend. newed." wait in almost every case for the building root garden and cafe got Yesterday was the feast day of For designs and prices on Miss Mary Ellen Thlxton was JOHN M. MULLOY, St. Dominic, founder of the Domini- Religious Statues for cemeteries. Many They one of the honor guests of Mr. and ery essentials in equipment. It only the right treatment. PEWT5B VALLEY. can order, and was observed at St. Catholics are beginning to realize that were out of place and evidently had Mrs. Larkln White at a beautifully aaa a week before any of the 212 Went Market. Louis Bertrand's church with sol- this is the true Catholic idea in markdance last week at the resting loved The negroes appointed Club had what was necessary, and little On Thursday, August 17, the emn and Impressive ceremony. In ing theStatues ofplace of theirBlessed Country ones. at Henderson. Our Lord, of St. Aloyslus church at accordance with a custom that has Virgin, or any Saint furnished In entie majority of those called out should refuse such people entrance. Pewee Valley will give their annual prevailed many years originating during Bronze, Marble, Terra Cotta or lfLve not been able to leave yet. Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh and country picnic for Stone, with pedestal to match. The "Guardians of "Liberty" are daughter, Miss Jane Kavanagh, and new church. All the benefit of the from tho friendship over 700 years The emergency found these troops that wish to es--JT Jfowbrlng on your guns five hun- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Irwin Dugan cape the torrid heat of the city ago between St. Dominic and St. Rogers Church Goods Co. ( short pf arms, ammunition, camp tho men behind the Francis de Assist, the founder of indis- dred miles behind, as Dooley would and son. Master Charles Dixon Du- should take the hour's ride on the the Franciscan order the Francisequipage, horses and other gan, left Tuesday to spend several interurban to the beautiful and cool 129 S FOURTH AVE. I'm. pensable military supplies. For Bay, and wishing It were farther. weeks motoring through Michigan, garden spot of Pewee Valley. Tho cans conducted the services on St. Dominic day. The Dominicans will tunately for the Government the nlcnic will be given on the church return this courtesy on St. Francis' Capt. Paul Koenlg and the Henry G. Devlnney and bride, grounds and the interurban cars day, they going to industrial concerns manufacturing St. Boniface 'dBtlnBhoHserJElcctrkrriinH Deutsehland got away safely, and who was Miss Florlne Mae Clifford, stop at the entrance. A fine church then. these articles were turning them good people hope have returned from their wedding chicken dinner with all kinds or voytheir return Janitor for Catholic church and trip and are at home at 2419 West vegetables will be served by the out in unusual quantities for the age may school In this city. One who underSECRETARY A UNIONIST. be successful. stands firing and attending boiler. Jefferson street. Thlr marriage was ladles of the parish. Besides the European belligerents, and we're Sea breezes brought intoMarried man preferred. Only Catholic quietly solemnized at the Sacred chicken dinner there will be nuHenry Edward Duke, barrister nee apply. Address by letter only to your consequently able to furnish them NOW COL. SHYMANSKI. home or office. Heart church July 24. merous other attractions. B. J. deher, West Market street, and Unionist member of Parliament Louisville, Ky.205 Recommendations re- to our own Government in short for Exeter, was appointed to be the quirea. Under normal conditions, Will Shyfnanski, a prominent loParticipating in the social events order. CATHOLIC WOMEN. new Chief Secretary of Ireland in however, that would have been Im- cal Elk and amateur actor, has been at Gravson Springs the past week succession to Augustine Blrrell. The pnpolrtetl a Colonel on Gov. SISTERS IN RETREAT. were Misses A. and L. McHugb, Three hundred delegates from new Chief Secretary will be given possible. The War Department, for staff, appointment being M. Lawless, J. Keeley, Anna M. Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana at- a seat in the Cabinet. No new 'instance, had no difficulty in haying made at the the George barney. Alma MattlnKly Mr. and tended the biennial convention of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland will be request of Col, More than 1,000 members of the a large hurry order filled for ma B. Barrett, who preeened him with Mr. Al Emler and Mr, and Mrs. the Catholic Ladies' of Columbus, appointed to succeed Lord Wim- - Sisters of Providence aro at their Col. Barrett de- "!. H, Newman and Miss Pauline which began Its sessions at Toledo borne, "who resigned after the out annual retreat at St. chine guns. Likewise one for 2,000 the commission. Kentucky Colon, Tuesday. The- - roost Important, break of the Dublin rebellion. the mother home, near In auto trucks found the builders pre- nies that all of the1 to the Mexican Newman, onels will be taken business of the sessions was the Ireland there Ms much dlsappolBt- - Terre Haute. The retreat will close pared to fill 4t with comparatively hosier, probably on account of the en- ment, as the new Secretary is not a August 16, when the members will nni or tha Bleasant evot8 of the consideration of a twty-yea- r 236 W. JEFFERSON ST. So too, with other lack of railroad facilities. little delay. tte assigned places for next year. real friend of home rule. wwk was the surprise and birthday dowment policy, Miss The administration looks upon the recent British blacklist order as the most serious problem yet presented by the European war, not excepting tho German submarine controversy. Admission to this effect, asserts the True Voice, was made in Washington by a high official, who expressed the fear that unless President Wilson is ablo to obtain a rescinding of the order within the next few weeks the spirit jol resentment may run so high in the United States it will be difficult to refrain from reprisals of a most serious nature or an actual break in the friendly relations with Great Britain. But there have been so many "serious problems" in our foreign relations not to speak of crises that we are not greatly alarmed over the situation. The firms that have been blacklisted are pouring protests Into Washington. Little good it will do them. Last fall Secretary Lansing sent to England a beautifully written note objecting to the action of the British authorities in holding up American shipments. It has not even been answered yet, so far as tho public had been advised. We aro "getting the worst of it" all around, but beyond registering our protest, so as to keep the record straight, for negotiations after the war Is over, there Is little use In objecting. We might retaliate, but it is said that the Bryan peace treaties prevent any such action. nlr i i White as n sen breeze is tills beautiful model In white canvatj with white covered heel, white sole, either welt or turn, with or without buckle. Cool The elame model In white buckskin, also white canvas trimmed In white washable kid. A pair of these on your feet will make vacation days a pleasure. - 22-2- HUMOROUS. ttX33a833a083Xt8X8XXMSa87 The .Tnnlnr Ordnr Rnrvpa nnMoe that it will opposo the uougresBiiiun oueriey very ui strenuously because of his vote against the Burnett bill, which was Mr. and Mrs. Denny J. Hines have Intended to stop foreign Immigra- just leturned from an automobile to Chicago. tion. Tho humorous feature to this tour is to notice the names of decidedly Miss Ruth Waller spent last week foreign flavor connected with the ns the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Casey at Danville. movement. Alma I' SOCIETY. I The usual annual celebration of reception, the taking of first vows, renewal of vows and the solemn pronouncing of perpetual vows took place In presence of the Right Rev. Francis Silas Chatard, D. D., Bishop of the diocese of Indianapolis, and a large number of the reverend clergy from both Indianapolis diocese and the archdiocese of Cincinnati, at the convent chapel of tho Franciscan Sisters at Oldenburg, Ind., last week. The day was an Ideal one, nature being attuned to tho music of the Innocent young hearts about to give themselves Irrevocably to their Divine Lord and Master. Tho procession, led by tho postulants In bridal array, followed by the privileged band of Sisters who were to give themselves to their Divine Baby Doll Pumps . . Canvas '110 '$.48 Down- $2 Downstairs Store I 7 stairs Floor LA I Besides this model In white canvas there are many others equally as appealing. X Women's White Hose top, full fashioned, high spliced heel 85c See Big Display In Our Front Windows I White Canva Boot. Wonderfully Walking English comfortable. Lt "Every time you pass In Fourth Street look In the Boston windows" None Exchanged and None' Sent On Approval D. ring This Sale -- iu jE T I e, Weque-tonsln- g, ORPHANS' FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 the Benefit of St. Joseph's them-sonvlll- e, ! pro-Engli- Anglo-Saxo- hands-across-the-s- For Orphans' Home SACRED HEART ACADEMY C Fontaine Ferry ParR Hiail-CLAS- S Mfo - POOL FLORISTS n A NEW BLEND German-America- 65c Out-do- regl-wn- tg self-respe- xsrAisrapJESio ISTT y;giSMYsg3an - Stan-lev- 's J". Mary's-of-the-Wood- a, 1 ax i., !' SCJBTPUOiKY IlISKC AJMLETZTCA2Z RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firm,s of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS OBLICH ENGRAVING COMPANK ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Loaisvlllo, Ky W. Mala St., Home Phone City 6674 BAICERY AND CONPECTIONERT BY & 1 , SOCIETY HMIK .- DIRECTORY. MACKIN COUNCIL CHORAL CLUB A. 0. H. s; THE PHIL. HOLLENBACH INCORPORATED CO. Kafir -Jl '" JQp&l Hb?t m9n DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. TIN SOLDIERS SUNSET THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 5 Homer Smith, 5:30 P. M. MUSIC-DANCING-VAUDEV- Distillers Ot OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE LonUTllle, Ky. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward Clancy. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 ARTISTIC PRINTING Tim Lyons. Thomas Koenan. James English. ILLE "SOUTHERN STAR" DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hiber0 nian Homo, Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackoy. Vice President John J. Riley. Financial ' Secretary John J. 1818-182- All Rights Reserved Hesslon, SLICED BACON FIRST CLASS WORK "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Give This Office Your Nei.t Order BIornlnE" 317 W. GREEN ST. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Telephone City 946 (Incorporated.) Recording Jr. Secretary M. O'Brien. Treasurer- - Daniel Sergeant-at-Arm- s Matthew TWIN CITY FIELD MEET Eclipse Park,- Sunday, Aug. 13 - Sentinel Thomas Noon. Dougherty. Kalaher. Thos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Louis D. Coady Homo 1671. Don't Blnmo CO. Incorporated Cumb. South the Cook If Colloo Is Not Good is 140-- A. Your TWIN AVIATRICES. expert The Misses Helen and Dot Hodge, atrlces, who can perform all the difficult feats of aviators. twcnty-four-year-old MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. Carefully Selected Our Coffee while green, then blended and ROASTED BY US DAILY TRY LUBBERS THOS.. avl- - McTigho. Financial Secretary Thomas Lungan. Recording Secretary James Treasurer Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arm- s DIVISION 4. Meets' Second and Fourth Mondays, Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR J. BR0DERI0K 4392-- J HIBERNIANS. What Thoy Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. TRIBUTES FROM MANY. M. Pat Connelly. J. McDermott. SHEET METAL PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City 4105 Henry .Street Heme Phone, Shawnee 1383-JOHN B. O'LEARY & L. 1000 Zano Street PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n Buffalo wants the next New York was organized by citizens Headquarters for to make State conventfon. LOANS CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet See us about anything in real on furniture and other personal prop- Wednesday evening. erty at The national tax remains unestate. We sell, buy and rent. LOWEST BATES. changed twenty-flv- e cents per capColeman Bldg., 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. ita. 2886. Both Phones, Homo Phone City 4464. Juvenile divisions are meeting with gratifying success in Louisi Residence Phone, Pewee Valley 21-- J, ana. SEE FOOLEY Phone, City 3180. Before leaving Boston the HiberCONFIDENTIAL MONEY FOR nians presented Mayor Curley a valCO. well-know- 420 .' ? 1 JOS. DALY RELIABLE CONTRACTING PAINTER Room West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. F. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- al 415 Fourth Street uable diamond ring. The reecnt contest of Division s Building of Pittsburgh resulted in bringing zzi new memoers. Vina Division 1 of T.n.q Aneploa donated $1,000 out of Its tieasury in I'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON-AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ior tne lrisn relief fund. Vice President Thomas Lynch, of Division 4. and wife hav hppn vis. King in Boston this week. Patrick Slavln, Georgia's State President, has been the leader of Division 1 at Macon since 1906. Funeral Director and Embalmefj; BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET; The California State convention, the will open at San Diego on August 20 and continue four days. Division 3 will meet Monrlnv II evening and hear reports of the o moonlight excursion given by O the Hibernian Social Club. forty-secon- d, The funeral of Dennis J. Meagher took place from St. Louis Bertrand's church Monday morning with a solemn requiem mass at 9 o'clock, the church being thronged with friends and neighbors of the deceased. The mass was offered with Rev. Father Baxter as celebrant, Rev. Father Valelly as deacon and Rev. Father Keelty as Father Baxter delivered a touching sermon, paying many glowing tributes to Mr. Meagher's exemplary Christian life and told how the latter had borne his illness with patience and fortitude, continually thanking God for his graces and mercies. ..Besides his wife ho is survived by the following children: Mrs. John A. Duffy, Misses Marcella and Nellie Meagher and Frank J. Meagher, and one brother, John Meagher, of Solomon, Kas. The Very Rev. Father Raymond Meagher, Provincial of the Dominican order, and Rev. Father Cleary are relatives. Mr. Meagher was an active member of tho St. Vin cent do Paul Society and the Holy Name Society, the members of the latter attending in a body at the family residence, 612 West Ormsby avenue, Sunday evening and recited the rosary for the repose of his soul. Tho following wero John H. Hennessy, William P. M. J. Duffy, M. J. Walsh, John Furey and William J. Brady. sub-deaco- n. pall-bearer- s: Edward Byrne. Partial List of Prizes Load of Coal, E. T; Slider Co.; Louisville Slugger Bat, T. D. Clincs. Box Cigars, Co.; Load of Coal, E. F. Niehaus; Box Cigars, D. J. Hines; Pr. Base J. Ball Shoes, Frank Fehr; Fielder's Glove, Frank Fehr; Pr. Men's Oxfords, Volz & Michael; Box J. Candy, Ideal Candy Co.; Outing Cap, Schieman & Bosse; Loving Cup, M. J. Shaughnessy. Reiss-Dabne- y 100 Yard Dash, Relay Race, Circling Bases, Distance Throw, Obstacle Race. ALL-STAR Y. M. L MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. GAME. ADMISSION 25 CENTS. fli Vice President R. L Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Recording Secretary G. W. Buckle. Schaad. Second First President S. O. Vice Hubbuch. M. President F. DINNER INQOMPLBTEJ; WITHOUT 1 Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radigan Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. I 1 jm L BEER NONE BETTER ENIGDTS OP COLUMBUS NONE PURER Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. Oklahoma City has arranged for an initiation on August 13. Tho band of the council at Oklahoma City Is organizing an orches- Prompt l! "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. I PICNIC AND CHICKEN Council Bluffs Knights have preSUPPER. pared for a big turnout at Daven- tra. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE port. ji mwvtwfcvivvvwi HOME PHONE SS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y Thorn won n flnn InlflnHnn Sun day at Junction City, Ohio. The division there Is growing rapidly and now has about 100 members. Division A of Snn Pranrlspn linn made its second donation of $100 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS funeral directors And embalmers. (MMWMHMMWMMVWMVWWWWM(WWW H.iH"lH"I"I"HH $ 822 !Ea.st 1 Main CL rt. tQ the Irish relief fund, both exclusive of individual contiibutions. The suggestion made in these columns to place a team in the1 Twin City League next year has met with much favorable comment. T. H. Lennon, of Niagara Falls, an evicted tenant of the Infamous Lord Clanricarde, will be a delegate In the New York State convention. The bad weather of Monday evening unfortunately kept down the attendance on the moonlight excursion of the Hibernian Social Club. r :! riAITrilEDTV 1 niii nniM MJEIIIATT tv tic rxMif ri and Embalmers Homo City 2008 M D. Rov. J. O'Connell, Richmond, of National Chaplain of the Ancient Order, was born at Donoughmore, County Cork, In 1849. Bishop Right An exemplification of the fourth will be held this fall in Tulsa or SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Oklahoma City . A Knights of Columbus day has been fixed for August 9 at Lakeside Park on Owasco Lake. Nominations for council officers INCORPORATED will be made this month and the PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, election held in September. The boys of St. Vincent's school wero guests and enjoyed the annual JOHN E. FRA29X outing of the Utica Knights at Summit Park. Every parish in Portland, Ore., nan a committee seeking candidates for a big Initiation to be held early in October. At tho last meeting of the Cincinnati Chapter it was fixed to have FALLS THROUGH SHAFT. tho third degree initiation tho first 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 Ray Bosler, of the Tyler Hotel, week in October. Members of New Albany Council TELEPHONE 209 is recovering from painful Injuries Y. LOUISVXL.IEJ. He made a ci editable showing Sunday received Saturday afternoon. fell through an elevator shaft from morning, when they assembled at the first floor to the basement and Holy Trinity Hall and went In a A Case ofGood Judgment. Order a Case f He body to the church to receive holy when found was unconscious. communion. sustained a deep scalp wound and fracture of a wrist bone. counPlans for the try picnic and chicken supper for St. Agnes' church, to be given Thursday, August 17, on the school grounds, Baxter and Speed avenue, rapidly. progressing The are Passionist Fathers of the Sacred Heart Retreat are known throughout the city for their hospitality and they aro working hard to make this picnic tho most enjoyable event ever given by them. There will be amusement for everybody. A horse and buggy will be disposed of and admission to the grounds will be free. Jitney busses will meet the Bardstown road cars at Deer Park avenue. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery MILITARY MASS AND SALUTES. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors Climb. Main S098.a both ipiioktecs. 1 ! A1...l..lIllI.;'I.ItI"HH-H-H"W--- GERMAN BANK i H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. f.lath.i. 10W. ft ton, our Kentucky State Chaplain, as one of the conspicuous figures of the national convention. The annual Irish reunion of the Milwaukee Hibernians will be held next Saturday in Pabst Park, and visitors from all over the State will attend. Hon. Thomas Cannon, of Chicago, will be orator of the day. Minneapolis and Minnesota Hibernians feel extreme sorrow over the death of Judge M. J. McDermott, one of the most popular and best known men in the State and an earnest member and worker for the order. The national convention received letters of encouragement and congratulation from Caidinal O'Connell and telegrams from the Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop John Archbishop of Washington; Alexander C. Christy, of Portland, Ore.; Bishop M. J. Hoban, of Scran-toBishop Edward P. Allen, of Mobile, and Bishop P. J. Muldoon, of Rockford, 111. Bon-zano, n; Rev. Our Eastern exchanges note Father McCaffrey, of Coving- the Fifth and Market Sts. THE BEST $1, $1.50, fl&. .SVMHllllHMMMbHHAMlMJBl I Investigate Our New Free H Delivery Service. BEE OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, HERALD AND POST. FONTAINE FERRY PARK. $2 HATS AT AD Ma be leu ad the late tad sew StyUs aad Shape oe it rwoftble prlc, will It tout bay as taeatfoii that yrtpar tfcraa for 1U. " ST. XAVIER'S COLLEOE IIS W. BroaAway, SolOTl, Xy. Canduoted by the XaverUa Bretbera. SoltatlllB CiaMlea,!, a4 BimUhm OaurBM. Preparatory DtaaMit, Uw I Those who enjoyed this week's vaudeville in the theater at Fontaine Ferry Park are sure to find the new bill doubly entertaining unless all Indications are for nought. PRIEST SPEAKS. The programme will contain five acts, each of which looks as though Rev. John Hlckey, pastor of Holy It wero worthy of headline position. Name church, Mt. Auburn, Cincin- On next week's bill quite a novelty nati, was one ot the speakers at the should be found In the act "A Night Kansas closing session of the Dayton Chau- in a Monkey Music Hall." This chaplain at St. Anthony's Hospital, tauqua on Sunday afternoon. His clever number is being presented by and Father Paul Manning will be address was upon "Roman Art," Maud Rochez, to whom also goes assistant at St. Boniface. and was enthusiastically received. the credit of training the aggregaThe Chautauqua was given to raise tion of monkeys to perform their FOR THE DOWN AND OUT. funds for the dependents of the various "stunts.". The big sanitary Shortly after his installation soldiers at the Ohio State camp. swimming pool Is enjoying great Archbishop Mundeleln expressed the prosperity this season, and with desire to open a homo in Chicago FESTIVAL AND SUPPER. August at hand it should enjoy the for unemployed and unfortunate ReV. George M. Connor and the most successful month since its men. Now after long months of people of St. William's congregation opening. One reason for its con- careful preparation thought, and have been hard' at work arranging tinued prosperity is due to the fact this home, to be known as the Misthe annual festival and supper, that the public Is assured as to Its sion of the Holy Cross, will be for which takes place next Tuesday and clean and sanitary condition. opened. The mission is to be housed Wednesday on the church grounds, in a building at present the propand Oak. They are fully Thirteenth ST. BRIGID'S. erty of the archdiocese, located on prepared to entertain an immense the southwest corner of Des Plaines gathering, for whose amusement Rev. Father Jansen, pastor of St. Randolph streets. The strucpresent many delightful Brigid's church, who has been in and six stories high, will require they will ture, Supper will poor health, was able to leave St. some remodeling, but this is and attractive features. ba served from 5 until 8 o'cloek and Joseph's Infirmary last Sunday for to bs finished In a few will be such as to satisfy the moat Rame City, lad., whra He is now wek. when the "home will be eoBYalMcine. V 'fLi Hcuni mw miiu pjrc.iit. I -- Unique ceremonies marked the mass Bernard J. Kavanngh was ap- military field camp celebrated at the Common of tho Colorado pointed Secretary of the Workmen's mobilization National Guard near Compensation Board on Monday of Sunday. To tho music Golden last of the Due to the treat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, this week, tho announcement pleas- Logan military band, composedFort of ing his many friends and acquaintand if you have tried the rest get the BEST. the ances here. Secretary Kavanagh Is United States tegular soldiers, from officiating clergymen a son of tho late Mr. and Mrs. B. P. a tent where they had marched to tho PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. vested J. Kavanagh and a nephew of At- altar, which was erected on a plat-dfortorney J. J. Kavanagh. in the open air. Then the Home Phone iti3 Phone West 191 United States flag and the Colorado Cumb. NOTE OF THANKS. THE3 State flag wero raised on separate poles. This was probably tho first The Sisters and the Board of in the country of the Visitation Home here- time been displayed that aa State flag military at by express their grateful apprecia- has mass. people are not of their field loyal toEastern own tion of the as so their many friends In making their recent Westerners, and Sunday's States the ntCOBPORATED was lawn fete a success. Were It pos- first real military mass ever sung sible an Individual mention of each in the Wesf. At tho sanctus, conkind patron would be a pleasure, secration, elevation and communion but as space will not permit such cannon salutes replaced the ordinary both tho Sisters and the board ringing of a bell. At the consecrasimply say a sincere "thank you" tion tho Natfonal and State flags at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, cxcl!eMtM0 to one and all, especially to the as an homage to 8ld zealous workers who aro always wero lowered, on the altar. At the GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. Christ untiring In their efforts to assist end of present the mass everybody present the Sisters in the noble work that stood and sang "The Star Spangled Is being done at Visitation Home. Banner," to the accompaniment of Go Then the the Fort Logan band. CLERICAL CHANGES. flags were lowered, denoting that Several changes were made by the the services were at an end. The AND RE OOOIj ANT HAPTY. Franciscan Chapter, In session at Right Rev. Monsignor Rrchard Cincinnati and presided over by Brady, Vicar General of tho diocese, Three good meals a day. tsitk the Very Rev. Rudolph Bonner, O. blessed the place before the services plenty spring chicken and fresh F. M Provincial of tho order. and also blessed the troops and vegetables from our farm. Dane-taNORTON BUILDING to Louisville colors afterward. Those appertaining bowling, tennis, fishing and were: Father Caplstran Heitman N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffersii swimming. Water unequalcd for leaves St. Boniface church to go to FATHER GIBBONS PASSES. Write for curative properties. the Church of Our Mother of Sorof Columbus hall, This will bo the rates. rows at Kansas City; Father Caesar The Rev. Thomas J. Gibbons, Kron is called from here to St. Vicar General of the St. Paul dio- last until after the national convenALBERT A. rLOCK Manger. John's church, Cincinnati; Father cese, and pastor of the Cathedral tion, and a3 there will be important Sigismund Pirron comes from St. there, died Sunday following an op- business the officers urge all memGrajson Springs, Ky. City, Kas., to be Anthony's, bers to attend. SECRETARY OF HOARD. FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless m WIEDEMAN N BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT to Grayson Springs g, Father eration Saturday night. Gibbons, who was born In Mount Carmel, Pa., in 1860, was prominent In Catholic clrqles. CONCLUDES RETREATS. cosno OPEKA. "As Near to You as Ibe NeMeet PW Rev. Henry S. Spalding, S. J., this week concluded the retreat for the Sisters of Nazareth at St. Vincent's Academy in Uniontown. Father William J, Talbott, S. J., also concluded a retreat for the Ursullne Sisters at St. Joseph's In Daviess county. Both priests are natives of Bardstown and participated in the old Cathedral centennial celebra- Tho first rehearsal of tho comic opera "Pinafore," which will be presented by the St. Martin's Sodality Club In October, will be held next Thursday night at the club hall, Shelby and Gray. In this production the foremost young talent of the city will take part. Prof. Bernard Dendinge'r will direct the opera and Theo. A. Schmoll will bo Chairman In charge. CAN SAVE GAS. 0or Special $3.00 Sprc? Oar Special $5.00 Wreatk The largest values in Peseta! Flowers ever offered i Louiivllle For prompt delivery caH both phoaei. M4MMMMMM Hri tO tion. ed It you want to save gas, rememCATnOLIO FEDERATION. ber that a sheet of tin placed over The regular monthly meeting of the sraaleet gas jet will heat two the Catholic Federation will be held flatlroni as quickly aa if two jets next Thursday night is the Knights w W I Mp3' 1 tnm Iburfh Am WW mo IcwnOr J wre usd. 'Flowers telegraphed everywfceM.' , ji XCTTXJOKlTr TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help IRISH A3LEJ&XCA.JS!. MM(tMHHtetMMHtmMmHMHm send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's Herman i wwnni ATtnuc Straus rttwr,vyvt sons m MARKET 5TRCCT ' WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 WE GIVE AND REDEEM Votes for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. FsbbvebbbbbtElS'bVV The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the Two most popular members of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series wilh t 11 expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subscription. t up9Hn!kBp EScw 9B!&8Bx-- t HBilH World's Series Popularity Ccntest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE - GOLD TRADING This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr Club or Position whom I consider the most popular member ot tht Twin City League. Following is the roster of the iCIty Baseball League, each of whom Is entitled to enter the Kentucky Irish American's World's Beriep contest, the first coupon for which aDDears in this Issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, Haag, Bosler, Aulbach, Murphy, Esciiman, it. I'onincn, n. Marngan, Elpers, Ohlie, Renn. Weber. Con- ners, F. Stolr, Voor. Kraemer, ia-elen- STAMPS HERE YOU CAN FIND K i , .Chenoweth, McDermott. G, Sieger, Orioles Kuebcrt, 'Wober, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E, Pfafflngor, Soeder, Koehler, Loefller, Wledmeir, McCabe, Baumgarten, HnJitnnotror T?n!ffr willlnchurst. Schott. J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- - gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur-Twi- n phy, C. Voss. O. Kller Trinity Council Shadburn, Moore, Kaiser, Bosler, Bluel, Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. Cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner, jjranagan.'j. Carraro, W. 'stammer ,nan schwind, Neumeyer. numer, iumoj, obucuc, uwuiuu, Gill Hack Tracer Cronan, Atwell. Larkln, MeDonough. OU. Lieber. N Murnhy . narugun, u. nin- - piBeir lioriranas (Vnrlpn Pnrrnn M Hnfrnn Knights of Columbus B. Schulto,. Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan- ron, ueresi, aiauuen, uuney, uu' meyer, Kenealy, Hamilton, Hammond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, CHnes, Mackin Council C. Eilers. Thornton, Schleman, It. McGrath, Morris, Warren, Lally, L. Melsner, Davis, Melcher, PURSUIT A OF SUSPECTED BLOCKADE RUNNER. to be British submarine overhauling a sailing vessel believed blockade runner making for port in the North Sea. tor. Kllloran. Hlnes, Russ, House, Meagher. Car- ney. Fitzgerald, Bloemer, C. Flynn. Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett. Dal- ton. Fries. M. Logan. J. Jjeeuen, Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully. E. Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Flnne- - every word and deed to a higher plane that supernaturallze our very life. On Tuesday morning fifty-on- e masses were said, Wednesday there were fifty more. What a fragrant bouquet is that to offer to Him who is the author of all fragrance, of all beauty more than n- three hundred masses in a single k of the session Officers Capt. Frank Reichert, week! The Edward J. Wolfe, E. Steinbock, was ushered in Sunday with the "" The ser Umpires Alvin Wells, Mulligan, Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. ue. unanes w. turner, D u Bo1 PASSES THE SE.VATE. By a vote of forty-si- x to nineteen the Senate Saturday adopted a resolution, requesting President Wilson to transmit to the British k Government an expression of hope that it would exercise clemency in the treatment of Irish political prisoners, By its action the Sen- flln Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings f 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. HI If tllUHt Itf-Hf Women,s Ready to Wear Wash Dress Fabrics B3 ilMtttiM'llll I MM MMfl.M 1 mid-wee- "". PLAYERS WHO WILL TAKE PART IN THE TWIN CITY LEAGUE FIELD MEET. ssssssssssssiflkJftWi IsssHSi jSbbbbt BBBBBBBBBBBBk? HlW lMk, ' yriBBBBBBBBBsl ISBBSBSBSJ BBBV la teFi ?Z? TV JVMBmSHI v? ' WesssiiiiV BhBRHCt.v2hB1Bm HUHKJhH DALTON. Olympics. y$ Now For the Palm Beach Suits Fore,sn Relations and tallowed a course oullned In a minority report made by Chairman Stono and cnt- O'Gorman Despite ture courses wore given during the the counsel and Pittman of Senators that such week, and there were the usual out- n resolution would do the convicted door attractions. Irish Knight's cause more harm than good and against the refusal INCORPORATED. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. of Senator Martlne, the author of BOTH" 35. Louisville, Ky. DosnitP Mm inline sun and torrid 'the original Casement resolution, to 426 S. Fifth St. for his weather about 7,000 people were on (accept It as a substitute Our workmanship is positively tlio best in the city, and backed hand to witness the game between resolution, the Senate adopted the the Champs and K. of C. teams last following resolution, submitted by up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. Sunday afternoon and they were Senator Pittman: Our service not equaled. "Resolved, That the Senate well repaid, as It was a hotly con-- 1 way, the final presses the hope that the British affair all the score being 7 to 6. Mattlngly Government may exercise clemency HUMMHUVVHMiMUMtHtMtMHMUUUtVUVVMUHtMUMW pitched good ball for the Knights, in the treatment ot Irish prisoners, striking out fourteen men, among and that the President be requested them being the heavy hitting "Bud" , to transmit this hope to the British O'Brien in the ninth inning with the Government." The vote was preceded by a bases full. Neither Davis or Brown-- 1 That time comes for every man. The only way to pretwirlers, were bate, during which Senator Phelan the Champ pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put given good support. Leibert at sec-e- d the speaking for the resolution ond making four errors, all at crltl- - and Senator Williams opposed It it in a savinga account at interest. cal times. But as an offset to this Three Democrats, Fletcher, Pom-th- e K. of C. sluggers were deprived crenc and Williams, voted against 8AVB FOR A BOMB-SA- VE of more runs because of ground tno resolution. FOR OLD AGE Senators Lodge, rules, several of their wallops being Borah( SAVE AND IN VES- TMcCumber. Oliver and or possibly BrandegCe, all Republican members good for SAVE FOR BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE home runs. Tho score in the Trln-- 1 of th(J Forelgn Relations FOR INDEPENDENCE. game was 11 to. 5, it.f , i r.i,i-We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you in your Investments. hardly being necessary to .toll which gto'no and gonator Plt;mau Demo. on the short end. Ben Voor's cratic members of the committee, was Imperials nosed out the Orioles in a vote(1 for lt TSTrnnL? n?J?hP maJr,ty rrriw unswl of ,tB 4 V rt WAnnwt 50c 50c CLEANING AND DYEING CO. PHOHES-26- ed J NO MORE PAY DAYS! de-fiel- d, three-bagge- rs .,, Commit-lty-Olymn- lc SCHIEMAN. Mackin. ORPHAN SOCIKTST PIONIO. ONE DOLLAR with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention civen the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old starts a Savines Account German Insurance BanR Under the Bid Clock Second and Market State Government SnporvliOB. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY. 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Joseph's Orphans' Home on the Substantial Increases were made team in me association naving won orphanage grounds, Crescent Hill, by contestants In the Twin City that percentage from the Colonels. and Popularity Contest this week, an ad- Kansas City, Indianapolis and St. next Wednesday afternoon night. Tho various committees of mirer of Eddie Steinbock, the Paul have beaten the same team a the St. Joseph Orphan Society that popular league Secretary, placing majority thus far, while even UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street have the details in charge have fifty votes to his credit, while oth- Columbus and Milwaukee have despent much time superintending tho ers made gains nparly as large. A feated Minneapolis six out of fourerection of booths and placing tho young lady working for one of the teen and seven out of fifteen redecorations, which will be very at- contestants writes that she knows spectively. If Louisville had done tractive and pretty. Visitors to her favorite surely must be receiv- equally as good the home team Crescent Hill next Wednesday will ing more votes than the last stand- would have now been in first place to entertain them. In ing showed, but in her haBte forgot or close about,- - thus showing that Whore tho home Whoro work Is quickly find much brightest; addition to the regular picnic at to tell the name of her choice. Now Cantillon and his tribe can be dono; many spe- that the Chicago White Sox are classed as our Jonah team. There Whoro tractions there will be the work Where cooking seems making a bid for the American is still soven games to be played cial, amusement features. Lunches lightest; real fan; and refreshments will be served all League pennant the contest editor between these two, and a majority supper will be has been asked if the winners would of these games won would give us Where the meal Where baking gives deday and a bounteous cooked best; spread from early In the evening be sent there Instead of Brooklyn, a chance at the pennant flag, as our light; until all are served. Reports are Boston or New York, In tho event strengthened club is sure to hold its Where the range stands Where drudge Is out of most encouraging and this picnic the Sox won the pennant and ono own or better with the others. the test sight bids fair to be one of the most suc- of the latter won the other league That's whoro the That's where the cessful in the history of this most honors. As stated before, the winDEFINITION OP AMATEUR. 'Quick Meal" cornea "Quick Meal" comes deserving instittulon. The 'officers ners will be given the benefit of In. in. The Twin City League, the local and members and ladles in charge the long trip and will be sent to most earnestly solicit the patronage the farthest point East. At this Catholic baseball organization, was Quick Meal Grb Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended of all the good time of the year many of the ama- suspended from the local baseball and friends of St. Joseph's Orphanage teur followers are working might federation Monday evening because to make the coming picnic the best and main to tako part in an elimin- of the definition and Interpretation ever held. Walnut street cars pass ation series, whereby they can se of the word "amateur" as applied cure a trip of poBslbly loo miles to local players. Capt. the grounds. Frank i This year the St. Joseph Society or so, while a little energy in this Reichert, President of the Twin will have a parade, with five trucks contest will secure the banner base- City, attended the meeting of the and eight private automobiles, do ball treat of the year. The stand Federation and explained the posi nated by Henry Bosse, John Tooe, ing to date: tion of his league. After his with440 drawal the Federation by a vote John B. Ratterraan, Val. Besendorf, R. Haragan, Bertrands Barney Campbell, Leo Schulten, Jo- Steinbock, scorer ..'. 180 of five to one suspended the Twin dive us a trial for first-claservice. We are as seph Schrecker and Nic Bosler, to Morris, Mackin 140 City. Well posted followers of the close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and convey the orphans. All automo- - Kenealey, K. of C 140 Amateurs believe that the matter, night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable 110 especially in regard to the national biles and trucks with those to J. Scully, Olympics chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. ticipate in the parade must be on Kllloran, Orioles 100 bodies, will finally adjust Itself, and ' Yn nrnhfinncra irrnlimla Tint Intar HIggins, Bertrands 90 tor the good of tho game and nil 90 parties concerned than 9:30' on the morning of tho Coleman, Champs the local conmeeting will take O'Brien. Champs picnic. The final 80 troversy should be dropped. place tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 Thornton, Mackin 70' 70 at the orphanage. Crescent Hill. Sheehan, Champs K. OF O. ANNUAL OUTINCJ. by Dalton, Olympics 60 This meeting should be attended SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. 60 all of the committeemen, as It will Hogan, Champs. The Knights of Columbus annual 60 outing for members and their fambo the last opportunity before the Murphy, Olympics picnic to offer any suggestion for Burns, scorer 60 ilies will tako place at Fern Grove Both Phones 2300. 60 on Thursday, August 17, one boat, Schulte, K. of C, its success. R. Pontrlch, Imperials 60 the Queen City, to leave In the 50 morning at 9:30 o'clock, and the Harrlgan, Imperials CATHOLIC SU5IMER SCHOOL. A-N Mattlngly, K. of C 50 afternoon boat at 1:30. A game SALE or EXCHANGE -It has been said many times by Burke, Bertrands......... . ....... 30 of baseball will be. played between . ........... 30 the Mackin and K. of C. teams of to Cliff Haven that the Cronen, Mackin . visitors $5.00 AND DP. 30 the Twin City League, and In addicatnouc summer scnooi oi America Donnelly, Trinity. 30 tion there will be games for young statement so often Schleman, Mackin is unique, and a CO. 20 and old. There will be no meeting made could hardly be contradicted. Lally, Mackin INCORPORATED. .. 20 of the council next Wednesday evenYet unique as it is by virtue of its Ohllgschlager, Trinity. 135 333 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phone 20 ing on account of St. Joseph's ideal blending of the spiritual, the Chester,OrIoles 20 orphans' picnic. Intellectual and the social, in one Bosler, Trinity. ..... 20 thing it Is like all other ramifica- Scheckler, Mackin.... ..... .. 20 STEPHENS DEFEATED. tions of' the Catholic church, and Voor, Imperials 10 that is that no matter how varied CiresI, K. of C Congressman Stephens, ot Texas, Eschmann, Imperials............. 10 are its activities, how manifold its ' labors, Murphy, Bertrandd ............ . 10 was defeated in the Democratic how extensive and . ............ 10 primaries in that State for renomin-atio.ling its fields of endeavor, they all Flynn, Bertrands . 10 -- .... Tor several years Stephens take their rise from and center Bosemeyer, K. of C The Best Straight Whisky On Earth served on the Indian Affairs Comaround the Dweller in the ST. ANTHONY'S. mittee of the House, and there was Just as the little lamp that ' keeps Its silent watch at the very never a more bitter enemy of the than he. Rev. Father Seraphim Schlang, Catholic Indian schools threshold of the Most High seems INCORPORA.TBK) to brighten every heart and illumine O. M. C, pastor of St. Anthony's There will be no mourning over his lltflpi church, has returned from a two defeat among the Indians. His jlaoe nravor on frnm tllR ovai-Ovmmrm Registered Dlat. Mo. 32 ISole chapel that stands in the center of weks' visit to Syraouse and, Albany, ob the committee should be given where he was stationed before corn-la- to a man who is big enough ts be Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street iTaefK-'liT- t 1v.rU thouran0 to Louisville. o ' , Champs Mackin Bertrands Imperials Olympics tinued their winning streak, beating Bertrand 9 to 4. Tomorrow's games Olympics vs. are as follows: Champs, Orioles vs. Mackin, Trinity vs. K, of C. and Bertrand vs Im- perials. Standing to date: L, W. Clubi riLl. 2 13 K.of C 2 '.. 11 10 7 7 FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. COLONELS M13ET JOXAHS. The Louisville ball club will play aBaIn at Toledo this afternoon, clos- er COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. Capital and Surplna, $3,750,000. I 4 5 8 8 8 'iii Vr" 466 466 nla t a ing me series wun a uouoie-neaatomorrow. Laying off Monday, they Journey to Minneapolis for a series of three games with the Cantillon club, which has proven our Jonah again this season and who really have kept the Colonels out of first tVn wmHitMMMmmmummmMmHMituHWMmmHA DAN J. HBNNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. rlntn tTiarn Tina haan oav. .... Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Where the QuicR Meal Comes In JfifiSBl lltirlriK cfc oUJN, ss w. market st. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE Chawk & Sinith Auto Co. JD ,"w .. k5 . GHILDERS ELECTRIC far-reac- h- n. OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. C: 'b I Taber-Jnacl- e. I v ', g' f&ir-nund- V; b