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Wo went home and mother stood by tho window moaning through the rest of the night. That was tho last we saw of father. After niuclt difficulty we obtained his pocket-boo- k containing money and papers. At first they couldn't find It, aild when they did they didn't want to give It to us because it mlcht ho useful as evidence, evidence against a man who lies In a common pit in the square of Arbor Hill military barracks with his follow patriots."' FEAST OK ASSUMPTION. El Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS. the local Republican machine will ' stop at nothing. The same tactics aro sure to be repeated next year In behalf of Axton for Mayor and tho entire ticket of Axton followers. Out in the county the "honest election workers" were also In form, tho following being some of the re- Censured Throughout World turns; Harrod's Creek, Owens 39, For Brutal Execution of Ryans 2; Boston, Owens 16, Ryans 0; Fisherville, Owens 32, Ryans 0. Roger Casement. The next sounds like the work of former Bryanltes: Cross Roads: Owens 16, Ryans i; Hokes, Owens IRELAND. Daughter Tells Savag o Methods of Executioners of Jnincs Connolly. GREAT BRITAIN I 1 Next Tuesday Catholics will celebarians. that the next precinct Is not aptly brate with religious fervor the named.) Robbs, Owens 80, Ryans 3. Feast of the Assumption of tho There was little If any Interest In the primary- and the statement of Body Was Refused Ills Relatives Blessed Virgin Mary. the Herald that nearly 6,000 votes New Yorlc World Claims All Duo From the very beginning Holy and Hastily Burled in was cast Is laughable, tho returns Church has been accustomed to Be'trayal of Home Rule to showing that where the vote was Quicklime. celebrate the anniversary of tho Act. normal and no padding done there death of the saints and elect with was not over an average of twelve special solemnity. On these days votes cast. With tho entire maa sacred joy Is expressed In her chinery in Its power the machine songs; her greetings, her thanksFEROCITY OF ENGLISH SOLDIERY givings and prayers could do as It pleased, this control HfATTERSON ATTACKS TORIES to ascend being made by the eleventh hour heaven like clouds of frankincense. swap of the nominee for State SenBut if tho church celebrates the ator, Theodore DIohl. Apropos of anniversary of tho death of the tnis, it is told by Dr. Ryans' friends A frail, slim girl, little more than blessed with such great festivities, The British Government is being that when the latter called on the a child, but with a courage and how will she not exult In Jubilation, last Legislature In behalf of a labor roundly censured In every part of praise and thanksgiving on the day TWENTY MILLION DOLLAR EXPLOSION. determination rare in even those of rSk measure Dr. Ryans took him In tho civilized world for maturer years, arrived in New York on which the Queen of saints left Photo shows view of fire of docks and cars by explosion of munitions valued at $7,000 000 Total dam tow, Introduced him around and execution of Sir Roger Its brutal this earth to reign at the right hand Casement, a few days ago,, having eluded the of age to property adjacent to New York over ?20,0M),000. Insert shows New York store wlndov materially helped him with tho many English sympathizers conher Divine Son over angels and vigilance of England's port wardens, blown out, guarded by soldier. labor legislation. In return for his demning British officialdom for its crossing flrt the Irish Sea and later saints. An elect soul departing kindness Dlehl deserted him and shortsightedness. Following aro slipping past the watchful eyes of from the world is merely a pilgrim n helped the machine some of the comments in the United dustries, now more, or less artithe Inspectors and secret servico returning to his fatherland, a vicIn Its effort to get control of the States: ficially maintained and developed; agents at Liverpool. She is Nora torious champion now crowned with olectlon officers. Mayor Curley, of Boston, said: tho lessening of Work in many Connolly, daughter of the Irish his laurols, a weary laborer receivThe Evening Post Thursday pubA similar tragedy to the present manufacturing-feve- r quarters; James Connolly, Com- ing the wages from his Master, a the lished a call, signed by 125 citizens, ono in the case of Robert Emmet general shifting jpf the workers, mandant of the rebel troops In Dub- prisoner breaking his chains, an requesting Messrs. Humphrey and has been responsible for fanning means tho creation! of a state that lin during tho most eventful Easter exile returning to his country, a Barrett to again offer for into flame a spirit of hatred of tho will require the mom able measures. week that Ireland has knQwn since loving child eagerly hastening to Its as members or the Board or "Brian smote tho Dane" at Clontarf. father's embrace. Grent World War 11ns Only There will n be many other dlff - , Prlmnrv XtCIUrilS n ll'lOUtC to Education. As stated before in English Government on the part or . tho Irish people for more rnlHnn nf H lllrn rWrl.r , fetUWIUfe But when the Blessed Virgin The story told of her father's a w...u v ..iU M..M.MWI.V. these columns, tho average voter, century. In every portion than the Irritated Social Problem out of all this. 'Catholics must the Searcy-Chilto- n treatment by the British authorities breathed forth her last sigh she of Steam Republican, Democrat or Inde world whore Irishmen nro fmm.i it realize this fact. They must interIs the most infamous to be found was a Queen of wealth, grandeur Situation. pendent, rebels at this method of is customary to commemorate Boiler. est themselves in tliese matters and even in British annals. Told In her and splendor, coming from a disselecting candidates for office, the anniversary or Robert Emmet the In the things that they demand. The unassuming way, it is a tant kingdom to take possession of simple, on compulsory primary laws .through- the tourth day of March, to renew church requires this; their country powerful arraignment of English her throne; she was the most beauout the country being a striking pledges of realty to the movement requires it; their own Is a chronicle tiful, most pure, most lovely spouse, Sight rule In Ireland. It interest Lost of Urgent Questions makes it imperative!. It is time now Loulsvllfc Herald Wisely Ncg proof. There is nothing to be said for Irish Independence and to reof events that will shock the con- coming to enjoy the embraces of against either the candidates or the view every act or tyranny, oppresthey attend to this important Divine Bridegroom; she was the Demanding that Which Arc science of civilization as it has not her lectcd to Publish Precinct gentlemen who signed tho call, but sion and bloodshed or tho English duty. coming to been shocked since the exposure of happiest of mothers, ,'p. B. or C. V. Solution. the method of selection by a few, Government during a period Returns. British and Belgian atrocities in the share with her Son the power, tho ot with a sort of defi to the public at seven centuries." glory and tho kingdom. When the RECENT DEATHS. Putamayo and the Congo. large, "take 'em or leave 'em," ' "Barbarism rrom barbarians is all H That such wanton cruelty could Blessed Virgin died she was the won't down, and many hope others we could have expected, Jullus Rels, nged forty-twbe perpetrated in the twentieth cen- most beautiful Illy, taken from the son suppose. Crcntion of n State That Will of Mr. and Mrs. I. "Rels, 1213 South Machine Slaughters Conkllng will take advantage of the editorial Brutes! Brutes'". was theI comment tury is almost unbelievable, and midst of thorns and placed In the in the Post, which states that "any- or Senator Martlne, or Now Jersey, Shelby street, succumbed England's apologists can not explain garden of heavens; she was the Sunday Require the Most Able Brothers in Eighih and one who cares to fight has that author or tho Senate morning to an Illness of nephritis. away the malice or the vengeful mysterious rose transplanted from resolution urgprivilege." Another candidate in ing clemency Tor Roger Caseemnt, Measures. His funeral was held Tuesday morn ferocity of .her 'military officials In tho desert into the celestial paraNinth Wards. the field Is Mr--. Ben W. Kllng, a when he read of Casement's execudealing with a wounded foeman whb dise; she was the chosen daughter ing trom St. Vinfent de Paul's gentleman of unimpeachable char- tion. church, attended bvmany mourning had honorably surrendered wearing of God the Father, the mother of acter, who deserves support as a Says the New York World: "If J. friends. the uniform of his own country God tho Son, the spouse of the Holy rebuke for the present undemocratic and having scrupulously observed Ghost, the mistress of angels, the WHAT THE SITUATION REQUIRES RYANS BETRAYED BY DEIHL method of selecting our school rep- the British Government had not every tenet of international law gov- mediatrix of men, the treasurer of broken faith with Frank Broderlcl& well known In resentatives and as an additional would havo been no Ireland there tho East End, was;! buried Tuesday erning his situation. Speaking of God's graces. Mary is the blessed Casement afprotest against tho attempted grab fair. If It had not proved morning from St.ruohn's church. her father's execution Miss Con- among women, who, like the gleanfalse to by the present board of more than Its pledges, Ho was forty:slx$years nolly said: ing aurora, rises up to tho palace old and Ireland today not In the midst of the hurly-burl- y The official count of the votes their allotted share of the city be a hotbed of sedition orwould un"They took him on a stretcher of the great King, eternally to reign leave's an aged 'mother residing at hold of the great International conflict 1'63' North Campbelstreet, who has cast, or announced as cast, in the taxes. Dublin Castle early Friday over all creatures. from der martial law. The passage of morning, May 12, because he the homo rulo bill was a solemn asAt the sweet summons of her now raging tho social problems of tho sympathy oKfmny friends and Republican primary is now a matter SOLEMN SEKVICE. of record, but the talk concerning the various countries, belligerent neighbors in hfrEereavement. couldn't walk on account of his Divine Son this Blessed Mother surance to Ireland that it was at and neutral, have alnjDst beeftfflfc. the rough work pulled off by the wounds, and;, carriedhuntoJCt leaves, .thlajjiinhospltable arth ;u her last (to be,, granted tho powers of i.i.':'0ir?.7l'T.i. Thefuneral of Frank C. TreanoirT iLasU Sunday, .afternoonjiattjiejg malnham "Jail, four " miles away. heart, consumed with- the "fire of bUllUU. 11IU9D llllill UilVtS Ul'VU VI 'bill was tho absolute consequence to the Immedi- beloved husband of Ora Trail Owens and the other candidates aucieu tieari ei.reai on ine They propped him In a chair be- love, throbs for the last time; her culmination or a long political'-strugg- le road a solemn service took ate safety of the different Common- Treanor, will not down and, as ono citizen cause he couldn't stand and then pure soul separates itself from her 1520 South by which the Liberal party Thirtieth Then they took Immaculate body; her earthly life wealths have of course- received street, took place Tuesday morning aptly expressed it the other day. place when six young men were in- uuu jimmy jusunea tne confldenco shot him dead. some consideration, but the people from St. Charles Borromeo church. was "that the only difference be- vested with the habit Of the order. or Irish Nationalists in Its his body to the Arbor Hill barracks, is ended and her eternal royalty loyalty The ceremony was in charge of the to their cause. But in threw It Into a common trench with has begun. Tho Assumption of the at large havo greatly lost sight of Deceased met with an accidental tween Jesse James and the the machine workers was1 that Very Rev. Dents Callagee, C. P., weeks or tho war Mr. Asqulth first tho other dead patriots and covered Blessed Virgin is her great day of the many urgent questions which death at Shelbyvllle on Saturday, and one of his body with quicklime. They re- triumph, her glorious day of honor. are still demanding solution. This the news coming as a gr,eat shock the former wore a mask." Realizing master of novices. This is solemn his associates in the Government of America, to his numerous friends and. rela- that the returns would not bear in- the most interesting and fused to give up the body. They On this day she received from tho at least holds true undid the work accomplished in seems to tives. vestigation the Herald slyly ne- services, and the interest was enwould not even pormlt us to pro- hands of the Triune God the crown where the superstition or Ireland. definite promglected to publish precinct returns hanced on this occasion by the fact ises embodied In The act or Parliavide a coffin. That was. my father's and scepter, to reign as Queen over exist that tho war will better conan aspirants to the ment were on account of their glaring falsity, that two of the end. Tuesday evening Conrad all angels and saints, and through ditions In some indescribable way withdrawn. Home rulo "Father had been directing opera- her intercession to be becauso it has aided us at the a native of Germany who but contented itself with repeating priesthood are from Louisville, from was deferred for nobody knew how Eugene as his the mediatrix between heaven and present. tions with the Postofflce spent most of his life in this over and over about the large num- St. Brigld's congregation Tillman, long. Ulster, which had threatened had A reecnt happening In Finland city, died of kidney trouble at his ber of votes cast 6,000, count 'em, Tillman, son of F. H. headquarters. On Saturday ho was earth. Is there a soul who sincerely civil war, was put in wounded in the foot, the bullet loves Mary who would not celebrate should remind us that this is far home, 1017 East Burnett avenue. 6,000, as the press agents say. Highland avenue, and Ellaby Os- Sir Edward Carson, the the saddle. organizer Osborne, the bones. He pulled this sublime feast with ardent de- from correct. Tho problems which Ho was connected with tho City Strange to say the Evening Post borne, son of Clarence Clarence Osborne of rebellion, was rewarded with o tho Postofflce, but votion, or who would to tho war has already produced havo Engineer's office and waa formerly refused, to accept the challenge of Rufer avenue. neglect Cabinet rank. The Irish had been ras captured thank God for tho hQnor, glory and been of such a character as to cause engaged in tho grocery ' business. the Herald when the latter dared was raised In St. John's parish, grossly deceived. They a remarkable stimulus to tho organ- Surviving him afe his wife and a tho Post publishers to find anything where his mother is still remem- cheated or their rights. had been .the bliss which He, on this day, be The Govized forces of radicalism and discon- son, John Steinmetz. The funeral wrong in the primary voting, but bered by many of the older mem- ernment that they had been taught ared on his glorious mother? tent in that country. Today as a was held Friday morning from St. tor some unknown reason the chal- bers. He is also a brother of Mrs. to trust had deserted them for the lenge was not accented. th Horaid W. H. Cambron, of Henderson. result of the last elections, 103 friendship or tho enemies or homo seats in the Parliament of Finland Elizabeth's church. getting away with their bluff, for rule. In the circumstances it was by the Socialists, while but are held was, pure and simple. Just uiuu natural News that conspiracy should by all the other morning of tho death on, Sunday glance at a' few of the following 100 are held thrive In tho soil or Ireland. Tho of Mrs. Hettfo E. Mayer, returns to political parties. And this In face beloved wife- bf August C. Mayer, see if the former Bull British Government by its cynical of the fact that this, movement only disregard of its own hbnor and its street, Moose organ Is such a staunch beNorth began In 1899 In that region, the Jr., 016 gloom Eighteenthcircle of liever In "honest elections." stability of purpose had prepared to a wide local organization being united to brought In several preclnct3 tho n tho field for this." friends and relatives, by whom she tho International In 1903. machine had their shut-oIn commenting on tho above from held In It was in this latter year that was husband high esteem. Besides twlrlers In the box, as is shown by the New York World Henry her and the radical political moverrtcnt re- she is survived by an infant child, the following: Sixth ward, Twenty-nint- h l, of the three brothers, who ceived its greatest stimulus in the precinct, Owens 14, Ryan, 0; has been active in denouncing Gerand refusal of the higher, classes of Charles, Clarence Misses David Mills, Thirty-nint- h precinct, Owens 12, many, changes front and Includes two sisters, Bessie and Ryans 0.In tho same precincts nianu to listen to tne demands and England in that denunciation as Loretta Mills. Industrial changes which were ices were held The funeral serv- Lucas, the machine candidate, beat follows: Tuesday morning Conkllng 14 to 0 The "refusal of the Finnish and 13 to 1. In "Nothing could bo truer. Tho sie," a Socialist paper tells with requiem mass at St. Patrick's tho Eleventh ward the third preprecipitancy with which the Irish rant the very humble do- - church. shows Owens 6, Ryan 0, Lucas cinct rebels more crazy than culpable the worklngmen reacted 4. Conkllng 0; h were rushing to death, is proof that The funeral of Mrs,. Malinda Ire- precinct returns tho on fire on the Finnish the same way by the Tories of England are no better of Harry Ireland) was fint. From that day on land, wife Tuesday morning from votes of 6 to 0 and 7 to 0.- - The than the Junkers ot Germany, nor grew by leaps and conducted d precinct was a more the English Government behind tho shut-oue more and more St. Philip Neri church, Rev. Father as follows, German Government in despotic Ackerman celebrating the requiem Owena 11, Ryans fcelng Lucas 14, 0; it strengthened its mass. Mrs. Ireland was the daughEach or them established a ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Conkllng 0. In the Thirty-thir- d Is riding ror a rail. When Kalser-Isprecinct of the Thi'rd ward, Owens Thus did It is made to stand naked In South She hed us all by 1336 Saturday Preston street. Mary 34, Ryans 3; Lucat' 30 and Conkevening at Sts. botoro offended Deity, Mltag or Par- - died llng 0. Searcy and Chilton must and Royalty, stripped of crown and time, too. and Elizabeth Hospital, where two have chuckled in great glee over robes. Is forced to kneel in tho Jng of tho weeks before she underwent a the way their workers In the Eighth Tower of London to ask forgiveness surgical operation for appendicitis. and Ninth .1 Social- wards threw the harpoon of Heaven, both may realize that Besides her husband and parents into Joe Conkllng, g Rea tho voice qf the people Is alone tho and sisnorth- - she leaves several brothers the sym- publican, but opponent of the presvoice of God. To hell with Carson, whom is tended kal tor ters, to a wide clrclo of friends and ent party controllers. Mr. Conkllng Balfour and In Fln- - pathy of being a resident of this district, CHIEF MEYERS, OF BROOKLYN. Lansdowne, street, along the fools or Downing with le needs acquaintances. took a personal interest in these Former New York Giant catching Hohenzollerns and Hapsburgs!" tho radlcal- wards in behalf of Dr. Ryans and fine ball for Dodgers. QUIETLY WEDDED. of con- his brother, Roscoe Conkling, who MOURN HEU DEATH. rn coun- - Miss Ella Finn, of this city, and was the NOTRE DAME. candidate for the nomination for City Court them. Tho friends and acquaintances or Lgo to Dr. Carl Weldman, of West Baden, Prosecutor. Incidentally Mr. Conkdegree Mason, Dr. A thirty-thir- d - Ind., gave their friends a pleasant llng Is well thought of here by all, Edwin Wood, of New York, has Mrs. (jatnenne Connor, and they are k!tatfce- - surprise Saturday afternoon when but the machine workers 'discounted Just given f5,000 to the University many, were deeply grieved they were married at St. Mary's his popularity as follows: Eighth or Notre Dame, and presented two they learned or her death, when which' rectory t the Rev. Father Westerman ward, First precinct, Lucas 9, Conk- handsome cars, a Cadillac and a occurred at the Sacred performing the ceremony. Miss Min llng 0; Third precinct, Lucas 16, Chevrolet, to its brilliant President, early Sunday morning. Heart Homel Mrs, nie Finn was the bridesmaid and Conkling 0; Sixth precinct, Lucas Dr. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C, D. D. nor had been In poor health torCon the pr. John. B. Balles acted as best 28, Conkling 3; Seventh precinct, by past three Cavanan. Following tho ceremony the Lucas 15, Conkllng 2; Tenth pre- An address delivered at Dr. annual suffered a years, and on Friday she augh at Notre Dame the apoplexy that stroke of uplo left for a honeymoon trip to cinct, Lucas 17, Conkling 2, Owens' flag presentation by tho senior class proved Cumberland Mountains, and majority over Ryans being in the on Washington's birthday, 1914, In tho latefatal. B.She was tho widow of B. Connor, and was a m they return they will reside same proportion. which he powertully expounded real woman whose lire was an exemplifi.vest Baden. In tho other half of this district Americanism as opposed to A. P. cation of tho Christian virtues. Surthe Ninth ward furnished the prize so impressed Dr. Wood that viving her are two sons, READY AT ST. AGNES. precinct of Jefferson county. In he had it reproduced and called the George.. Connor, pastor of St. Rev.'s the Nineteenth precinct of this ward attention of his brother Masons to church, y preparation has been made the returns showed Owens 88, it as the best exposition of real of Seattle, and and Bernard Connor, one sister, Mrs. Roee kiy a lair aay is neeaea lor Ryans 4; Luca 90, Conkling 0. .Americanism that has appeared in A. Guy. The funeral was held at plq- - Nothing short 'ess of the about the Lucas recent years. St. William's church Tuesday mornsupper ior the benefit of workers In this precinct, all or none ing, attended by about 'fifty priests school and church, which being their li motto. The GOOD IDEA. together with a largo number ot kce on the school grounds of the same ward was about mourning friends. Father George rsday afternoon and even the same ratio, Owens 21, Ryans 2; St. Anthony parish, Des Moines, Connor was celebrant of tho solemn - Lucas 21, Conkllng 0. It can be Is to have two boy scout troops. requiem high mass, assisted by the ly busses wllr meet Bardsland Jefferson street cars seen . from the above that the Father Lally is to be the scout mas- Rev. Fathers Henry, Sullivan and n rk avenue and carry all machine set out to ter and is displaying much interest Kalaher. The Rev. Father William kc free or charge, There punish Joe Conkllng for Insubor- in the formation ofHhe troops. The Gausepohl preached the sermon and entertainment for dination, and the awful grueling boy scout organization for Catholic paid beautifbl tribute and pratoeand to id also a hearty wel- - given his1 brother In Joe's home boys Is one that should receive the life and character of the Passionlat fathers. district and ballwlek ie proof that -Searcy-Chilto- Dying Man Watched by Armed Guards Without Medical Attention. 85, RyanB 3; Middletown, Owens 32, Ryans 1; O'Bannon, Owens 47, Ryans 2; (No ono will be nblo to convince Dr. Ryans and his friends United States Senator Marline Says Was Action of Bar- M PRESSING ) REPUBLICAN hero-marty- r, m i- -- ( o, n'i.'--".-.- - y . -- new-bur- - Searcy-Chilt- on be-h- air Steln-met- z, - Searcy-Chiltout Wat-terso- n, Courier-Journa- - . Thirty-sevent- Forty-seconone-sid- ed t, bloody-mlndednes- s. m life-lon- anti-machi- ( A.-ls- Will-lam- Seven-teen- th Searcy-Chilto- . K:EK:arxjOK:r xistisir AJtoo&xtiGAxz. 'KENTUCKY PUBLISHED IRISH AMERICAN. 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The robbery of our mails, the usinfe of business secrets of our shipping and contracting Arms by England for the benefit of her own shippers and contractors Judge Hughes does not mention; nor docs ho indicate tho means by which ho proposes to stop like contemptible species of piracy. The Judge's stand on tho "preparedness" issuo Is hardly sinBOREALIS. AURORA cere. Ho assails the Democrats for neglecting to prepare for war duruOjnKQ ErENTS. Miss Kate Talty, of Memphis, ing tho past three years when who has been ill for tho past seven events pointed to the necessity of a August 1C Lawn fete of St. veeks. Is convalescent at the homo pro- hea mim and Frances of Rome church on lawn of Mrs. Susan Mulianey, 1032 South qu adjoining church grounds, afternoon Sixth, and It is now thought she th will soon be able to return South. that dur'nB the generation that his and evening. August 16 Picnic and minstrels Miss Hester J. Stephens lutely nothing toward "prepared of Trinity Council at Phoenix Hill last week from a month's returned stay at Park. ness." Judge Hughes commits hlm- August 17 Picnic and chicken the Sacred Heart Academy, where self to nothing. If he have any supper on St. Agnes school grounds, she lectured and had charge of the summer school vocal class. She is pocy ,n Newburg road. prob,ema of todny h(J doeg n August 17 Picnic of St. Aloystus now on a trip to St. Louis and Chire cago. u. hU Wds w,u. bear a ,n. church, Powee Valley. 3 Annual lawn fete August , Miss Hermine Ootkln and niece, terpretat,0Q ho chooses to Mary and Eliza- Miss Lorene Brodt, ot New Albany, Qf courgo he stands fm & for benefit of Sts. them beth Hospital, on hospital grounds. have returned from a seven weeks' h,gh tarJff an( the prQg 0 St. August Francis of tour in tho West. 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They Cretonnes, in colon$28.50 Rug $24.50 are of Wilton, Body Brussels ial and chintz patterns and in 9x12 Axminsters, in all the and Axminsters and will all colors. popular colors and new de make splendid rugs. 36-inc- h in very signs. $47.50 Rugs $37 50 Oriental coloringsand designs. 9x12 Royal Wilton Aerolux Shades 36-inc- 65c Mcdras 44c h Rues, in KENTUCKY LIAR AND COWARD. Specially priced in this sale Sunfast Madras, in come ready for hanging. blue, brown and green. Both Fourth Floor, plain and figured. J That Prohibition party convention in St Paul has left a bad taste In tho mouths of many who formerly looked with favor upon the prohl-- . bltion movement. While a majority . mu llV - "'"' "" ol it. ""'";- - nrnn lint Vitftan craze a the number were inoculated with the virus to make it very unpleasant for the Catholic delegates in at-- 1 tendance. The Catholic Bulletin of St. Paul says that the religious, ksue was brought into the conven-tlon by the presence and activity of Federation of tho American Societies, but to give duo Patriotic credit to tho delegates It must bo that on tho whole the conven- -' t'on opposed the efforts of these bigots. "Towards tho end of the conven- t',on," says the Bulletin, "tho dele-- j There is joy at the residence of Writes and visitors were treated to, DESPERATE MEANS. Attorney Austin E. Walsh, 3lG Southern chivalry and a sample of North Twentieth street, since ThursTho Menace lost over half of its Mr. and Mrs. William Bosler left day morning. the Rev. L,. L. courtesy when The cause during me past year last week for a trip to St. Joe, visit from the Stork, who leftwas a . . .. TT.ilmAn ,.. --- -- - tiuuscnuers irr mmll n. accordIng t0 offlcla, flBUreg , there iMCKeu. oi the Mich. a fine baby boy. The happy father tlsors' Bulletin. This probably home only a few Miss Ellen O'Hern, of Jefferson-ville- , had been extensive Southern days from an pi y and , nham ouu::,.i is home from a visit to Naz- Eastern business trip. f uie uuetCu ploded under the plant (with little areth, Lincoln warning Americans against -u,, A pretty wedding was solemnized miuusuuui son Capt. Patrick Sheehan and the encroachment of the Catholic lhe country needed stirring up. Tuesday morning at St. Augustine's William left yesterday for a visit in church, the contracting parties bewas promptly called to cliurch He Cincinnati. Catholic ,. militant two ing Miss Julia O'Brien, sister of fimn bv Mrs. Carl Newton, of Howard Park, Cramsie, oi ,Q women, Miss Mary I. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleeson have and Frank Devine, a young man of charlty work for for or th(j St. Paul, and Mrs. Moore, iWoman8 Chrigtian Temperance returned from a two weeks' sojourn high standing. Rev. Father Halpln performed the ceremony and celeTi.as. who cnauengeu ma wi- Union and the Flower Mission who at St. Joe, Mich. brated the nuptial mass. ment. and on his refusal to nre BaId to have becomQ very Sel- of Mrs. A. - b0IlcltIous about the treatment of man store, E. Broderick,for athe toj any oi t" wi,- trip stantiate left Sunday The engagement is announced of nr.tfirlzed him s a "cowaru uuu u. the man incarcerated In Jefferson New York and the East. Miss Nellie E. Kerr, daughter of great liar.' Many of the delegate 211 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kerr, Mary McConnell, of Lyndon, West Court avenue, to Eugene F. "" came to tneir asaiau ranny Brookbank last April. Why is Mrs. spenlng a few weeks with rela- O'Nell, son of Mr. and Mrs. George terted that the statements made theg(j women plck up wJth tives In Cleveland, Ohio. O'Neil, 12G West Maplo street. Both by Pickett were untrue. are popular residents of Jefferson-v'llmurderers and neglect the lndus- ,- trloUB n Michael Egan and wife, of and their marriage will be one The St. Paul convention and deserving poor In their are home from a visit to. of the intersting events of the early tut discredited prohibition as far own neighborhoods? Such are not friends at Dayton, Ohio, fall. us Catholics are concerned, real charity workers, but rather D. J. Hines and children are RECEIVED Mrs. BLESSING. PAPAL seekers after notoriety that dis- visiting at St. Catherine's Academy DOES LITTLE GOOD. credits them. expect to stay 4wo weeks. and The summer session of the England's modification of the Misses Nellie and Anna Volgt, of Ursuline Sisters of Louisville at The threatened railroad strike firms smacks the Sacred Heart Academy offered boycott of American are at Ottawa has been averted. Now let the Jeffersonvllle, stay or several Beach, to the teachers every advantage weeks. of locking the stable door after the Mich., for a which could ,be of service to them In United States Board of Mediation steed has been stolen. The Governwork in the .class room. FifMisses Glenn and Orine Mackin their, of put these firms on the and Conciliation make a settlement ment having teen the most efficient and exthat Is just to the men and the have returned from a month's visit perienced members of the comblack list and having furnished to Mrs. J. H. Wathen at Lebanon. munity constituted the teaching traders with their names, it is now railroads Involved. The board has collegiate and constaff of Miss Clara Angermeier has re- servatory the'courses. little moment what Us attitude the power and should exercise the of Opportunities may be tow'ard these firms, since its same. Both sides. have rights that turned from a month's visit with were given for freehand perspective, classmates at Athens and Birming- constructive and color drawing by own people have had their cue and the people want respected. ham, Ala. Miss Rutherford, of New York; for can be depended on to make tho physical culture by Despite all the clatter and dust boycott effective, particularly since Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Scannell have Louisville; for voiceMiss Hammer, culture by Republican returned from a visit to their up by the It Is agreed It will prove advan- kicked at Miss Stevens, Louisville, and Rod g nomination of daughter, Mrs. Robert Rlney, tageous to their business outlook. primary and the for the grades. Rev. Louis- Springfield. erick McEachen gave an exceptional Any action short of putting an em- Owens, tho sensible men of "Principles of bargo on all exports of war ma- ville will cast , their votes for Mrs. James McKeruan and little series of lectures on Education," "The Teacher and Her terials, including foodstuffs to tho Swagar Sherley, who has sorved daughter enjoyed, a pleasant visit Work" and "Character Building." with Miss Pearl Crawford at Dr. Fulgens, O. F. M., of CincinAllies, which our Government may faithfully and well. Charlestown, Ind. nati, spoke of the dignity of tho now take will not help tho boyMany Tories in this country are Mr. Schales, of firms have uncotted firms. These Mrs. Stanley Nolan and Mrs. Car- Catholic teacher. supplies rie Reidling are home from New Cincinnati, the leading authority on doubtedly cause to complain of the still collecting funds and while Castle, after visiting Mrs. W. T. his subpect, lectured on church muH'England administration for the manner In for dear old sic and congregational singing, and boys at the Nolan and Mrs. Robert Foree. own G. W. Lewis, of Chicago, handled which It sacrifices their interests ignoring our to English needs. An embargo border and in army camps. Mrs. Dan Lehan. of Jefferson- - the .subject of phonetics. Pror. P. town, who returned from the East, O'Sullivan, pianist, and Charles would save the situation, and inMonday is a fast day, being the was the recent guest of Mr. and Letzler, violinist, both of the Louiscidentally save a good foreign marville Conservatory, entertained tho Feast of the Assump- Mrs. Glover Moss at Crestwood. Sisters of the summer school by an ket to our own shippers when the vigil of the Blessed Lady. It is a sumtion of Our war Is over. From an administraMiss Marguerite Kelly, of Rush-vili- excellent programme. As tho close obligation. its school was Ind., arrived last week for a mer climax of thecoming to happiness to "preparedness," and holy day of tion devoted vacation visit to her brother, Thomas Kelly, the whose motto is "America first," this was reached in the reception of the MINISTER ON CAURANZA. and Mrs. Kelly, Crescent Hill. truckling to England cowardly Panal blessing and the plenary In That the Carranza Government mortis." comes with a very bad grace. Amer- can not succeed because its head Luber, of South Sixth dulgence In "articuloHis HolinessThe Mrs. Jos by photo of and persecuted the street, has been visiting her sis- handsome G. Fellcl Is mounted over ica first must mean something be- has defied has re- ters, Mrs. M. P. Grady and Miss Cardinal sides wiping the nose every time church of his birth and a scant tho seal and forms a desirable Hogan, in Bowling Green. all but Johnny Bull sneezes, and certainly nounced the faith of people of Mex- .Mary adornment for the convent. half million of the "preparedness" is not limited to tho ico, was the central thought In a of Deer Miss Helen Winkler, BOOST 1JY BROWN. training of men for slaughter It striking sermon preacneu uy ui. u. Park, has been spending the past a commercial side if it T. Robertson at the Congregational week In Indiana, visiting her uncle, also has Jame3 B. Brown, President of tho church, Faribault, Minn., on a re- Fergus Cbnroy, and Mrs. Conroy. mean anything more than Bank of Commerce, was in New cent Sunday morning. Dr. Robertbuncombe. Cornelius David O'Connell and York City for several days last. son gave one striking fact after anof priests and members of bride, who was Miss Margaret Mur- week. Replying as to business con: other "The wno STRADDLES BOTH PLATFORMS. religious orders driven from their ray, have been spending the week dltlons Is hero ho said: this time ai prosperous at iintips. nersecuted and murdered on a trip through the Great Lakes. South with our splendid crops tobad After time for its study the feel- and church pioperty ruthlessly deJames Lynch and wife, who vis- and otherwise and tho growing. by the Carranza Governing Is growing that Judge Hughes' stroyed who viciously attempted to ited Mrs. Lynch's parents at Hawes-vlll- o dustries. we in that section ment, npeech accepting the nomination for destroy tho Catholic church and its last week, left for a visit to nothing but prosperity before ui Preeident Is at once .forceful and influences In Mexico, He has de- relatives in Detroit before return- course the banking condition: eminently satisfactory becai Regarded as a stroyed, by that process, nearly all ing home. disappointing. the fact that there Is plenty of the studied effort to straddle .both the the educational Institutions out that Mrs. Kate Strieker and daughter, rency in circulation. Yes, country. It was pointed Republican and Progressive plat- Carranza Is not .Protestant, but Miss Justine Strieker, visited at New Kentucky, but the whole bj forms, it is all that could be and destructive of all Haven the past week, tho guests siaies are enjoying greiii ji; ot Mrs. James Blanton and Miss ".ndyit is not temporary at He It. is verbose and vigorous, moral safeguards. might also inasked Amelia Pope' Blanton. the be all Masons who but lacks directness. It assails the ANNUAL LAWN F to remember that there Democratic administration unspar- audience kinds of Masons In Mexico, Mrs. Caroline Landes and daughare two single and that the lodges to which Car- ter Helen, of East Breckinridge ingly, but does not offer a The annual lawn fj definite suggestion as to the course ranza and his followers belong street, left Thursday for Milwaukee, Mary and Elizabeth HosB "enguests of given on the hospital g even be the not that should be pursued in any given would by a be tolerated or the order where they will weeks. ' two, day and Wednesday, member of 'case, and which he will pursue it tered the United States. The whole relatives for 23, euchre and lotto to from both afternoons. Thq given the opportunity. It bristles difference betwen Villa and CarMrs. Joseph Kestler, of Jeffersonwith high sounding generalities. If ranza, It was stated, Is that one Is vllle, who departed last week for Indies In charge ara su of the Woods, near Terre the othe elected the Judge promises, to safe- an ignorant bandit and Dr. Robert- St. Mary's visit her daughter, Sister serve an elegant 8 o clock each day! Haute, to rights of Americans on 'an educated former missionary) in Mary Laurena, will visit her sons friends to comej guard the son was a culinary abilities! In Indianapolis before returning. land and sea, and mentions par- - Mexico. nal " CATHOLIC WEEK. J, anti-Cathol- ic "":,"; , 22-2- 29-3- , dis-sa- ld SOGIETY. I i' -..... "'2 rr":z:' . ., - - l,, .,,'.,,,, ,' e, Catholic Societies. The Catholic Press Association will meet on August 17. A majority of the delegates aie expected to remain over for "Catholic week." GROUNDS BLESSED. a body of Sisters, headed by Rev. Roderick McEachen, Rev. Chrysostom Coons, O. S. B., and Fred Erhart, the architect of the Ursuline convent and chapel- to be erected, proceeded to the blessing of the grounds. Mother Angela, the first the Superior, removed shovel of earth for the foundation. With God's blessing a beautiful, spacious and commodious building, 219x110, will be erected for the largo and flourishing community of The the Ursullnes of Louisville. second retreat, directed by Rev. Alexander, C. P., is now in progress. At Its close the vestltlon and profession will take place. On 1 - "Catholic week" will be formally ushered In with a huge mass meeting at Madison Square Garden, New York City, on Sunday evening, August 20. More than 12,000 delegates and visitors are expected. Tho ; speakers will be John Whalen, i President of the American Federa- :; tion of Catholic Societies; W. Bourke Cockran, Dr. James J. Walsh and Cardinals Farley, Gibbons and O'Connell, and tho Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop B'onzano. Social service problems will be discussed at a meeting In Carnegie Hall the following evening, when the speakers will be the Right Rev. P. J. Muldoon, Bishop of Rockford, 111.; Prof. James E. Haggerty, of Ohio State University; the Rev. Dr. John D. Ryan, of Catholic University, and the Rev. Edwin V. O'Hara, Chairman of the Oregon State Commission on the Minimum Wage. The third public assembly of the week will be at Cooper Union on Tuesday night. This will be held under the auspices of the German societies. Tho speakers will bo Joseph Frey, President of the German Roman Catholic Central .! A. Kunlg, Vereln; the Rev. of Brooklyn; James F. Zlpf, of St. Louis, and others. During "Catholic week" the following church societies will also hold tholr annual conventions: The American Federation of Catholic Societies, German Catholic Roman Central Vereln, Young Men's Catholic National Union) Gonzaga Union, Frauenbund of D. R. K. Central Vereln, New York State League of German Roman Catholic Central Vereln, and tho New York State Federation of i ! lIl.IM.H.MM''i'''.--,,llt- , at ;: I fiinninrf I mAic x u.ui> uuisiiin, LA,nu Rttii NOW IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS, 311 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. J WATCH The New Store Going Up For Us At Third and Jefferson. While we are in temporay quarters we are knocking the price out on clothing for men and young men. i t '.I SVITS OF ALL WEIGHTS AND COLORS j : I Jeffer-sonvllle- ;; are being sold for less than the price of material alone. You can buy them at your price, that is at a price that you will be willing to pay considering what you get. August jj DON'T PASS THIS SALE THE URSULII FOI Hist ADDRESS;, SACRED H sight-singin- SUFFERS THIRD ATTACK. Tho Rev. Father Edward Boes of Pewee Valley, whose health been rather precarious for time past, has been spendir weeks at West Baden Sprlr benefit him very much will next week be ablj Indications are that the , unconscious his pastoral duties. third attack Father fered, when first taken from an L.i cor JUDGE SU1 o, stroke been mond, wJ Judge JJ be abL his phi Kontuil to leail restoil underl Broth part. pre-electi- antl-rellglo- us d. eut-thro- ZlOVrtJOBSr IIISHC 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 firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN IiOUISVJULB AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVEItS BY & -- ajfcdTJE5RX0.2J5SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Lawn Fete, Euchre, Lotto, Lunch JS"5T THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. 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Main St., Home Phone City 5874 TWIN CITY FIELD MEET Eclipse Park, Sunday, Aug. 13 Partial List of Prizes Load of Coal, E. T; Slider Co.; Louisville Slugger Bat,T.D. Clines. Box Cigars, Co.; Load of Coal, E. F. Niehaus; Box Cigars, D. J. Hines; Pr. Base Ball Shoes, Frank Fehr; Fielder's Glove, Frank Fehr; Pr. Men's Oxfords, Volz & Michael; Box Candy, Ideal Candy Co.; Outing Cap, Schieman & Bosse; Loving Cup, M. J. Shaughnessy, Pr. Hanover Shoes, Fred Graul, Gents Tie, Leo W. Goss, Fielders Glove, Sutcliffe Co., Cork Grip Slugger Bat, E. J. Wolfe. Reiss-Dabne- y " First and Third Monday at Hiber1818-182- 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 THOS. "SOUTHERN STAR" J. BRODERICK SLICED BACON PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE "All Heady for Your Griddle In the Morning" Home Phono City 4392-- J HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 1000 Zano Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Tbos. H. .Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Recording Secretary Matthew O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalahor. Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Hesslon, 0 nian Home, Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary Financial John J. Jr. L?ci Louis D. Condy SEE FOOLEY FOR MONEY Incorporated 00. RELIABLE l CONFIDENTIAL MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phone, City 7S62 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Room 1, F. R. TOOLEY Courier-Journa- Building 21-- J. 415 Fourth Street Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. SHEET METAL JOS. DALY 120 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-JOHN B. O'LEARY & L. CONTRACTING PAINTER West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. well-know- PEOPLES FBOVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n 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., 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Homo Phono City 4464. Both Phones, 2886. CO. HHtlMmIOm fGRAN W. SMITH'S SON i ' AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ! Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREETc mWVWUVWWWWWiWWWWWVWWMWWWWttWV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. f 822 Ea.st Main, ::ret. WVWWVVVWVWWWVVI DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors & McELLIOH and Ernbalmersf Homo City 209S 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i Climb. Main VWWwrwwvi BOTH IHO:VJEJS. i1 2098-- n uiiiiiiihiii GERMAN BANK Fontaine FerryParK vaudevh.i.e. vvvv'tv hioh-clas- I s dancing iIBhI EvBPVHi FREE BAND CONCERTS ADMISSION TO PARK Afternoon 7ree. After 6 P. SS. 10c. NOTE Coupon clven with eato ticket to theater or rood for admission dance pavilion. SHS BIO SANITARY S W I M, M M I N G DAILY IT IW OPEN POOL H.B0SSES0N Fifth and Market Sts. "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Oar Special $3.00 Spray Our Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values In Funeral Flowers ever offered ie Louisville ritio8 ioiv. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Corner Fourth and A boh phones. For prompt delivery call ?23 real country picnic will be UMUfflU Mn given by the congregation of St. 1 IKWBSLSVKB Aloysius church, of Pewee Valley, r Iburihwnue Loulrvflr next Thursday, and many people of this city and surrounding vicinity are expected to take advantage of "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." the opportunity offered for a nice suburban car ride, at the end of which they will bo able to secure a good country dinner and enjoy the hospitality of the people of Pewee Valley. A chicken dinner with fresh is one of tho features offered by the Committee of Arrangements. investigate Our New Free Rev. Father Boes, the pastor, and members of "the congregation invite Delivery Service. all Louisville friends and acquaint8BB OUR ADS IK THE TIMW, ances to be their guests next .flBB 1 Mp60 Jeffersu COUNTRY PICNIC. country-vegetable- s MMKAUU JLTtU JCUVX. ARMORED MOTOR CAR. Financial Secretary Thomas J. This, car was recently presented to the United States army for use Lungan. Recording Secretary James J. on the Mexican border. It has all tho latest improvements developed McTlghe. during the European war. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. RECOVERING. Sergeant-atrArm- s Edward Byrne. Harry Bllger, the popular manY. M. I. ager of Fontaine Ferry Park, who suffered a nervous breakdown some MACKIN ago and who has been at What They Have Been Doing weeksMary and Elizabeth Hospital, Meets Monday COUNCIL, 205. Club Evenings at Sts. the Past Week General House, 344 North Twenty-sixtis, recovering and expects to bo out again in a short time. President S. O. Hubbuch. News Notes. M. F. First Vice President RECENT DEATHS. Schaad. Second Vice President R. L. Division 4 will meet next Monday Sunday afternoon Mrs. Mary Scheckler. evening. many years a resident Donahue, for Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Wisconsin sent fifteen delegates of this city, died at her home, 934 Recording Secretary G. W. West Oak street. Her funeral was Buckle. to Doston. The Ladles' Auxiliary will meet held Tuesday morning from St. Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Louis Bertrand's nhurch, of which Wednesday evening. Marshal Theo. Buckle. she was one of tho oldest members. The call for the Kentucky State Surviving her are three daughters, Inside Sentinel James Radlgan convention has not yet been Issued. Miss Mary Carroll, Mrs. Richard Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. During the week beginning Aug- Fallon and Mrs. Wallace Renfro, ust 21 nearly all tho States will and a son, Martin Donahue. hold their conventions. INWHTS OIMiOTMBIIS. Different divisions throughout the BOWLERS' PICNIC. country are having memorial masses said for Sir Roger Casement. The annual picnic of the Louis- Late News That Will Interest Delegates and alternates to the ville Bowling Association will be Members Here and ElseState convention will be chosen at given at Fern Grove next Tuesday, where. the different meetings this month. boats leaving First street at 0 a. m. Maurice Donnelly, of Indian- and 2 p. m. As the bowlers have apolis, made a great hit at Boston a reputation as hosts and enterForty-tw- o when he spoke for San Francisco tainers a big and jolly crowd is excouncils were Instituted pected to attend. Dancing on boat during the past year. for tho next convention. Vice President Tom Lynch, of and grounds. New York State has a memberDivision 4, says he believes everyship of about 53,000. SHERIDAN STATUE. body in Boston belongs to the order, The election of Supreme officers meeting none else In his recent trjl Admirers of the hero are delight- will take place next year. to that city. The net Increase In membership ed to that the first statue to The work of introducing tho adorn knowlawn of the New YorR for the past year was 21,517. tho study of Irish history in parochial State Capitol at Albany will be Holy The Father calls the that schools, suspended for a year, will of Gen. Philip Sheridan, of civil Knights of Columbus "a providenbe renewed by the National Comwar fame. It will be placed In tial order." mittee on Irish history. Capitol Park and will bo dedicated Tho order will establish fifteen val-uNew Albany division lost a In September. The monument will recreation stations for American member Monday when heart dis- cost $30,000, of which soldiers along the Mexican border. ease" caused the death of William amount will be paid by the El Paso Knights recently preHanafee, the well known Southern and the remaining third by the State citisented to Right Rev. Bishop Schuler railway passenger engineer. zens of Albany. a five passenger Chevrolet automoNew York Hibernians will have bile. one of the largest State conventions COVINGTON. One of the big events of the early they ever held when they meet at Oregon Schenectady. It will also be one of Funeral services for Fred Kelly, fall in coming will be the annual homo of the Knights at the most interesting and important. member of the The priest editor of the Little Company, Cincinnati, took Albany. Rock Guardian, who attended the place Saturday St. Patrick Council, of Cincinnati, morning at St. will have full charge of the cerenational convention, took away from Mary's Cathedral In Covington, there edifying and helpful Inspira- Vicar General Joseph Flynn officiat- monies of raising an American flag tion and Is generous in his lauda- ing. Five surviving sons, Dillon, M St. Agnes parochial school this tion of the Ancient Order. George C, William F., Robert C. afternoon. Indianapolis Hibernians and the and John F were The membership now totals over with Ladles' Auxiliary will commemorate County Judge Read. 370,000, with New York leading and the victory of tho battle of Yellow Illinois, Massachusetts, PennsylFord at Oermania Park next vania, Ohio and Iowa following in INDIANAPOLIS. Wednesday. The committee has artho order named. ranged for an outing worth while. Miss Mary Warmack and Miss John H. One of tho happy Incidents that Emellne Matthews, the first colored elected to Reddln has again been Supreme Board of occurred on the occasion, of the Na- girls of Indianapolis to enter a Directors. the his tional convention was a reunion convent, left last week for Balti- fourth term.This will make the which took place between the chil- more, where they entered the no- Fourth Degree As Master of his dren of three brothers, and who vitiate of the Oblate Sisters of almost phenomenal.success has been then met for the first time. They Providence. Miss Matthews was a Some 300 Knights left Chicago were Rev. Michael A. Shine, pastor member or tho January class of the on Monday for a brief visit to of the Church of St. John the Bap- Manual Training High School. Washington. The five councils of tist, Plattsmouth, Neb., son of Daniel Shine; Judge Michael T. Shine, YOUNG LADIES RECEIVE HABIT. the national capital were prepared and the freedom of the city was of Covington, Ky., son of Bartholoupon their guests. mew Shine, and Misses Nellie and Twenty-on- e young ladles received conferred Katherlne Shine, of Madison street, the habit of the Sisters of the Holy CONNOLLY'S DKFI. Cambridge, daughters of Michael Cross on Friday, August 4, in the Shine. They were entertained at a Loretto chapel, St. Mary's Academy, The following Is a copy of the dinner party in one of the hotels Notre Dame, Ind. In the absence of by Judge Shine and also at the Bishop Alerdlng the Rev. Thoma3 last statement issued by James Connolly, the Irish rebel leader, and home of the Misses Shine. Vacnler. chnnlaln of tho Institution was smuggled into this country- - by conducted the ceremonies. his daughter, Miss Nora Connolly, IHSHOP'S JUBILEE. who had been Identified with her BENEFIT SHOULD RESULT. father In the organization of tho Great preparations are being army, to made in Oklahoma City for the Arrangements have been made by Irish country and who escaped immediately after her Jubilee celebration of the Right which the San Francisco Board of this Rev. Bishop Meerschaert, the first Health will conduct the health in- father's execution. It breathes a and only Bishop of that diocese. spection and regulation of tho Cath-oll- a defiance to England in every lino: "We went out to break the conIt will be held September 6, and parochial schools In San Franamong the Bishops who have signi- cisco. Heretofore these schools nection betwen this country and tho fied their intention to be present have not been subject to inspection British Empire and to establish an Irish republic. We believe that tho are Bishops Gallagher of Galveston, by the Board of Health. call we then issued to the people Van de Ven of Alexandria, Shaw of of Ireland was 'a nobler call In a San Antonio, John E. Gunn of CHOOSES CONVENT. holler cause than any call Issued Natchez, Joseph P. Lynch of Dallas, M. Laval of New Orleans, F. Miss Dorcas Dean, of Chicago, to them during this war having any of Covington, J. Henry Tihen youngest daughter of Richmond connection with the war. We sucof Lincoln, Thomas F. LIUIs of Kan- Dean, millionaire head of tho Pull- ceeded in proving that Irishmen sas City, J. J. Hennessy of Wichita, man Car Company, was received as are ready to die endeavoring to win Edmund M. Dunn of Peoria and B. a postulant in the Order of the for Ireland thoso national rights Keiley of Savannah, Ga. There will Visltandlnes, at Visitation Convent, which the British Government has be present also many prelates and In St. Louis on Saturday. The been asking them to die to win for prominent priests from other dio- ceremony was witnessed par- Belgium. As long as that remains ceses in addition to the secular and ents, two sisters and four brothers. the case the cause of Irish freedom regular clergy of Oklahoma. The Miss Dean henceforth will be known is safe. Believing that tho British Right Rev. Cornelius Van de Ven, as Sister Claude Agnes. By retir- Government has no right in Ireland, Bishop of Alexandria; will deliver ing to the convent Miss Dean gave never had any right In Ireland and the jubilee sermon during the up an enviable position in social life never can have any right In Ireland, Pontifical mass on September G. and the luxury of a house which Is the presence in any one generation About two hundred Bishops and accounted one of the most beautiful of Irishmen of even a respectable priests are expected to attend the mansions in Chicago. As the young- minority, ready to die to affirm that celebration. est daughter sho was the pet of the truth, makes that Government forfamily, and had to but express a ever an usurpation and a crime LEXINGTON. desire for anything wealth could against human progress. I perShe was sonally thank God that I have lived command to obtain It. There was gloom in Lexington graduated from the convent In June. to see the day when thousands of Irish men and boys, and hundreds when It became known Saturday night that Miss Mamie E. McGurk, of Irish women and girls, were HINTS ON STYLES. ready to affirm that truth and to one of the most estimable women of the Bluegrass Capital, had passed Empire mode3 are favored for fall attest it with their lives If need be. to her eternal reward. She was the dress. "(Signed) James Connolly. "Commandant-Genera- l daughter of James McGurk and had Dublin diLingerie is coming in again for suffered a protracted illness. Be- waists. vision. Army of the Irish Republic." sides her father she is survived by Mr. Connolly was captured by the Tailored alpacas are much in three brothers, J. T., J. J. and T. J. vogue for early fall. British military authorities after McGurk. Being unButtons and tassels are to be de- he had been wounded. able to walk he was taken to Dubveloped this autumn. COVINGTON. The smart fall blouse may have lin Castle on a stretcher and tried for treason. On May 12, three days long or short sleeves. Misses Eya Gushing Mr. Conand Mary Jersey cloth Is promised with the after the Nolan, of the Cathedral parish, Cov- coming of cool weather. nolly, still weak from his wound, ington, have just entered the Order Linings and facings of lighter was propped into a chair and shot. of Sisters of Charity of NaxaretJi. color are to be a feature. The British authorities refused to Both are graduates of the Cathedral The ruffle is an established part allow his relatives to have the body. school and LaSalle Academy. 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Dbtlllen and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. 657 Fearth Ave., Loh1bv11I, Ky at Arbor Hill barracks and ered it with; quicklime. cov- Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. TttywM 1S4I. 234 $ StXTH STWET KBKTCCKY IRISH AMEaBtlOAJV. 33s$s$$ss3s HttmHtMMnMIMMIMMMIIMtllHMtlH - V T TWIN CITY POPULARITY CONTEST Help Send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to This Season's HERMAN STRAUS rOURTO AVENUf wcapawro SORS MARKET STREET mI rt WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 VOTES FOR EACH OLD WE GIVE AND REDEEM 20 FOR EACH NEW SUBSCRIPTION. popHj ular members of the Twin City League to the World's Series with all expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. VOTE BY BALLOT OR PAID SUBSCRIPTION. CUT OUT THIS THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the TWO most JP J HnKnM)W' flWK bbHbbb1L1 World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE GOLD TRADING $1.00 This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr . Per Year 4 STAMPS HERE YOU CAN FIND csr Club or Position whom I coneider the most popular member of the Twin City League. Women,s Ready to Wear Wash Dress Fabrics Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Following is the roster of the Twln City Baseball League, each Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan- of whom Is entitled to enter the non, Ceresl, Madden, Curloy, Bos- Kentucky Irish American's World's nieyer, Kenealy. Hamilton, Hamseries contest, the first coupon for mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, Cllnes. which appears In this Issue: Mackln Couucll- -C. Ellers, Thorn- Imperials Fusseneggor, Traeger, ton, Schleman, R. McGrath, Morris, Haag, Warren, Lally, L. Melsher. Davis, Bosler, Aulbpch, Murphy, Eschman, R. Pontrlch, E. Harrlgan,- Hafner, Conley, Schene, Schockler, Elpers. Ohlle, Renn, Weber, Con- Cronan, Atwell, Larkln, McDonough. Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Haraners, F. Stelr. Voor, Kraemer, Ed- gon. Finn, Westerman, Hlgglns. Clenowe h, Mcbermott. G. Burke. J. Murphy, Clifford. Polin. Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, Wober, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E. Hlnes. Rubs, House, Meagher, Car-Pfafflnger, Soeder, Koehler, Loefflor, ney. Fitzgerald, Bloomer, C. Flynn.Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett. DalBaumgarten, McCabe, Wledmolr, Rolter. Wllllnghurst, ton, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Schmoetzer. Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- - Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E. Flynn, Henry, O'Laugblln, FInne- ter, Kllloran. PLAYERS WHO WILL TAKE PART IN CumminKs, Hague?, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammer mani schwind, Neumeyor. Cummlngs, B gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur- phy, C. Vc&s, G. Kller. Trljllty council Shadbnrn Kaj ? JIoorj BsLndmnn 2 . A GERMAN COMMUNIAL KITCHEN. Women and children crowded 'about one of the German city kitpurchase for forty pfennings (ten chen wagons waiting their turn to cents )a hot dinner consisting of meat and vegetable stews and grits. FIELD MEET LEADERS GETTING BUSY. Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings V OHLIGSCHLAGER, Officers Capt. Frank Relchert, The best amateur talent In the Edward J. Wolfe, E. Stelnbock, city will participate In the Twin D. Cllnes. Thomas City field meet which takes place Umpires Alvln Wells, Mulligan, tomorrow afternoon at Eclipse Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. Park, and the officials in charge arranged a splendid prohave gramme, one that displays the enterprise of this hustling organizaTHE TWIN CITY LEAGUE FIELD MEET. tion. As this annual affair is given for the sole purpose of defraying a the league's season expenses large crowd of the league's followers, and especially those who have been entertained weekly with the high class of ball furnished by the Twin City on the Shawnee Park diamonds, is looked for. The Twin City as a Catholic organization has reflected credit upon the societies in the and parishes represented league roster and the support of these societies and parishes should the be forthcoming In assisting aaaaKk lG mf aw league's finances. begin meet will The field promptly at 2 o'clock and the game will be called at 3. The field events are as rollows: bbbbbbbbbV f&, bbbbbbbbV Hundred-yar- d dash First prize, i IbbbV ' Ji nalr haseball shoes: second prize, ft.v x iti1 ' aS fielder's glove; third prize, slugger bat; fourth prize, outing cap. Circling bases First prize, pair Hanover shoes; second prize, load of coal; third prize, slugger bat. Long distance throw First prize, pair Oxford shoes; second prize, fielder's glove!' third prize, box cigars. Relay race Cup to winners. Obstacle race First prize, load of coal; second prize, sweater coat; third prize, necktie. game Box Winners of of cigars. d box Best batsman SHEEHAN, all-star g?' r,' ggw. mt ' i Inhor ch pw!.n Trnror w City League inr?3 Of Twin Park Tomorrowat Eclipse P y" w Jack Sheehan, Lapallle, Afternoon. The leaders In the Twin City League popularity contest are getting busy in real earnest, Ray Hara-gaof the Bertrands, still setting the pace, while the friends of Scorer Stelnbock, Kenealey of the n, At great reductions in prices. These are all new and ,, . t t rresn goods and must be disposed or in order to make " ' room for stocks that will arrive soon for fall trade. ft .... ... i)111tttffATMMHt1MHtfftlt0llQatntTtl9ttiQitflia3'' "?. flEfe iV Morris, Mackln J. Scully, Olympics Kllloran, Orioles Higgins, Bertrands Coleman, Champs O'Brien, Champs Mattlngly, K. of C Sheehan, Champs R. Pontrlch, Imperials Schulte, K. of C Thornton, Mackin Murphy, their spurt will land them. Mattlngly of the K. of C, O'Brien and Sheehan of the Champs, Pontrlch of tho Imperials and Higgins of the Bertrands have all been getting a steady Increase, the backer of one INCORPORATED. of these Baying that he wa3 Just aiming to keep his man in a con- 426 S. Fifth St. B0THPH0NES-:6- 35. Louisville, Ky. tending position for a few weeks more and then ho would stage a Our workmanship is positively tho hest in tho city, mid hacked batting rally. You can't get away up hy a house of long standing and financially rcsponsihlo. from It, the world's series this year Our service not equaled. promises to be the most exciting and memorable in baseball history and the fortunate ones who will be among those present will be the envy of fans everywhere in tho civilized world. Remember the two winners in the contest will go with all expenses paid and reserved seats guaranteed. A little energy by a That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a Ifi club of five or six friends will reIn sending a Twin City favorite j SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED M sult to the big show. complete The twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" flR standing to date: . it R. Haragan, Bertrands 523 I must be spent for somethug you DO NEED. The SAVING now of th "" Stelnbock, scorer 271 dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard Mme" trom ever coming Kenealey, K. of C 179 K. of C. Morris of Mackin, Scully of the Olympics, and Kllloran of the Orioles have all Btarted a batting rally around second place and It Is pretty hard to tell Just where 50c Now For the Palm Beach Suits 50c CLEANING AND DYEING CO. The Last Dollar ;:i 173 123 113 103 100 Ky. Title Savings Bank 90 ... 80 80 77 70 70 60 60 60 60 50 34 33 26 33 and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. rn. Saturday5 Until 7 p. m. all-st- ar Burns, scorer. Olympics Three-poun- Trinity. ONE DOLLAR Champs. ti s5 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 eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old starts a Savings Account Shirt Sale n m exceptional bargains in Men's Fine Shirts Now in progress offers ? ? German Insurance BanR Coder the Bid Clock Second anil Market State Government Supervision. 79c For Shirts that are big sellers at the regular prices of BE SURE TO CALL FOR $l and $1.50 Made of sllky-flnls- h pongees, madrasses and crepe cloths light colored utility. The result of Paul game will score board by admission to all twentv-flv- o candy. meet E. J. Officials of field Wolfe, Chairman; Joseph Hanrahan, starter: E. J. Caffrey, timer. Judges W. J. Ryan, J. J. Barry, A. C. Relay race Inspectors A. Spayd. Minis, Hunter Burke, Jack Bellman. Umpires of ball game MulliPregan, Wells, Logsdon, i Lally. sentation of pennant address Hon. E. J. McDermott. teams will line up as The all-stfollows: Reds Morris and Stelr, p.; Hig-giand Hack, c; Voor, lb.; Logan, 2b.; Bossmeyer, s. s.; Burke, 3b.; Lovett, 1. f.; Ohle, c. f.; Bosler. r. f.; Pfafflnger, utility. and Mattlngly, Blues Murphy p.; O'Laughlln and Tcmperle, c; Madden, lb.; Schleman, 2b.; Murphy, s. s.; O'Brien, 3b.; Renn. 1. f.; Davis, c. f.; Weber, r. f.; Hafner. ar Hogan, Champs Cronen, Dalton, Olympics Mackin DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 323S EDW. A. AXMAN Harrigan, Imperials Donnelly, Trinity Ohllgschlager, Trinity Schleman, Mackln Burke, Bertrand Chester, Orioles Bosler, Trinity Scheckler, Mackln Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. 32 24 Hennessy UPSTAIRS 23 23 22 22 15 15 14 13 12 Axman 425 W. ns Lally, Mackin Voor, Imperials Ciresl, K. of C Eschmann, Impel lals J. Murphy, Bertrands POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. Jeffers2n Street Flynn, Bertrands Bossmeyer, FANS K. of C Where the QuicR Meal Comes In McKENNA on the Innings. General parts of the stand Box seats ten cents. be posted the Loulsville-St- . cents extra. GOOD FERRY BILL. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. IfiL McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. wmhjmsmwmmtwm grounds novelty with shadow stripes and cluster effects, also conservative patterns In light grounds with neat single pin stripes or figured effects. Also neat and fancy Oxford effects and solid color Ideas In white, tan, blue, etc. Sizes 13 to 17. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES LEVY'S Third and Market. NEW HAVEN. sorrow has been caused In New Haven and Nelson county by tho death on Wednesday of Edward C. Hagan, eighty-tw- o years old, a retired merchant and one of the best known and highly respected, citizens or that section of the State. His death was due to infirmities of age. Mr. Hagan was a member of B Company, Ninth Kentuck: y Regiment, better known as Orphan Brigade. He participated In many battles and served throughout Hhe war. He Is survived by his wife, three sons, Frank M., J. Sidney a.nd George B. Hagan; two daughters. Misses Felicia, and Marie Hagan, all of New Haven, and a sister, Mrs. Slrene Lancaster, of Owena-borMiss Marie Hagan is Postmistress at New Haven. Funeral service were conducted at St. Catherine church Friday morning at 8 e'olock. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 SAST BROABWW5T. H"H"fi HI imH'IIHHliWUWIH P. IANKSN, JR., UWREHCE Vice I IHIWH J. VEENEMAN, r K tot ft Mfr. Pri. ft TriK. Stmbtj. P. X BANNON aai Calrtrt Pipe, BaBae&'s Fate at Lidded PIPE CO. fr $ Fie Steam CeadHits. Wall CeplB, Draia Tile TKrliel BricK, T Fire Freela Flae U&n, Fire BricK, Grate aad Bailer Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, CkhBiaer TejW. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 573-178- 6. Sewer o. h mi n WOfiKS mh latSiasd Brack. iluiiimni u ad CUMB. MAIN 507. Magttalla Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOtlt. 2 11 imii i h mw In the Fontaine Ferry Theater next week a bill will be presented which from a glance seems to bo about the most pretentious offered by the park management this seaHeadlining will be Baskln's son. Russian dancers, singers and Tho troune numbers eight men and two women and all are said to be clever in their particular line. Rivaling this act In excellence should be Fleta Provyn. a prima donna, with Robert Spencer, a wo'l at me piano. known composer, Miss Brown has, a voice of rare beauty, and when Heniy W. Savage produced "Blrdland" she was cast for the prima donna role. Mr, Spencer Is perhaps hest known through his latest success, "Under neath the Stars." ho aiso Only a fine tenor Yolce. reecntly returned from a tour of MARY1CNOLL. the world, Emerson and Baldwin will offer a comedy Juggling specialty. Murray Bennett, a singing Tho Hev. Newton Thompson, D. comedian, will also be on me dhi D.. of the diocese of Albany, has and should be found diverting. The Joined the Catholic Foreign Mission swimming pool is receiving, a pat- Society of America, at Maryknoll, all former Osslnlng, N. Y. Father Thompson, ronage that exceeds whose father was a well known lawseasons. In Albany, made yer, a his preparatory studies In that city CHINESE AT NOTRE DAME. and at Harvard College. Later he siv nhinese students have ar- - entered St. Joseph's Seminary, N. Y and was ordained raned to enter Notre Damo Uni versity In September. Gov. Walsh, for his home diocese at Albany in the 1908 by the lato Bishop Burke. In of Massachusetts, who made acquaintance of the Orientals on a 1910 ho reclved In Rome tho degree from four weeks visit to the Philippines of doctor of divinity on hlB the and accompanied them on their trip" Roman University, and assigned reto to this country seeking entrance tp turn to America was an American university, was Instru- parochial duties In Troy, where his mental In entering them in that admirable spirit of zeal 1b still Catholic school. Three of tho fresh in the memory of all with young Chinese are Catholics. China- whom ho came In contact, Catholics Tho Foreign men have been students at Notre and Dame in other years, but sir is the Mission Society is steadily making largest number to register at any- ltd way to a record of sptendld achievement. one time. musi-rinn- s. pss-sesses non-CatholDun-woodie, Where tho home IS Whero work Is quickly brightest; dono; The Louisville ball club closes the work is the uresent series with St. Paul Whore Where cooking seems lightest; on Monday, thence Journeying to real tun; e series, Whore tho meal In Milwaukee for a rTrc" Jli iSwWT Whero baking gives dewhere the Colonels can afford to ' cooked best; light; take a breathing spell, as they Whero tho range stands Whero drudgo Is out of team have found the Milwaukee sight .the test pretty easy this season. Out of That's whero the That's games played the Louisville where the fifteen "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes club has beaten tho Clark tribe In. In. thirteen of that number, one of the two games won by the Brewers Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended being a fluke. The breaking of the Jinx at Minneapolis appears to be the turning point In the pennant race, the Colonels winning over the strongest lineup that Cantlllon had Following in the field this season. the Milwaukee series the Louisville club will go to Kansas City for five games, and these promise to furnish a battle royal, as victory or loss in these game3 means Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as much to both. The fans hero aro close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and enthused now as never before durnight. PACKARD CARS. Courteous, and reliable ing the season, and It the team chauffeurs our specialty, dive us a call. enough to have had been fortunate a few scheduled games at homo In the next week or two tremendous It crowds would bo the result. for Idea would not be a bad Owner Wathen to arrange a transfer of the six Columbus games SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. here, as it would prove beneficial to both from a financial standpoint. Both Phone 2300. ENTHUSED. four-gam- Jj) liiGIDli ss QEHER & SON, w. market st. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE Chawk & Smith Attto Co. JO rJp av .AJN k5 SALE or EXCHANGE S5.00 AND DP. TkJy GHILDERS ELECTRIG INCORPORATED. Both Phone 135 GO." , 333 WEST MAIN STREET OLDBARBEE gThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPORATED JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Sole Owners Registered Dial. No. 32', Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street