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NO. 8. later we were handed printed forms filled in pencil and signed by E. M. Cooper, stntlng that wo were refused permission to land under 'instructions from the Secretary of State.' They were handed to us by Cooper. PRISONERS Doportcd Irish Belief Committee Arrived Saturday In New "Inasmuch as these instructions had been issued some four days prior to our arrival in port and weie In Cooner's nnKspsqlnn twn York. days before we reached Liverpool, the ordeal wo were subjected to on the ship the search of our persons uuu uugsugo Days examination byand inp uuminaunga They Were Held Eleven the officials was deliberate, coldly calculated and and Suffered Humiliating piemedltated Insult and humiliaIndignities. Proves Existence on American Soil of System of British ISspionnge. CONTEMPT FOR OURNATIONALITY ' America and tho world mourns the death of its most famous surgeon, Dr. John B. Murphy, of Chicago, who expired suddenly last Friday at Mackinac Island. The famous surgeon, who recently was knighted by Pope Benedict for his researches in surgery, was only years old. His pioneer surgery in cases of appendicitis, later in the treatment of other intestinal disorders and moro recently in tho serum neutralization of rheumatic and other Joint troubles, has made him known all over tho world. His funeral took place Tuesday morning, and was one of the largest seen in Chicago for years. Leaders of America praised DOMINICAN MISSION. Dr. Murphy's thoughts and deeds, Catholics Should. Learn to Unthe Nom- and the following expression from There will be a two weeks' mis- Koosevclt Fighting-FoPresident Woodrow Wilson voices sion at St. Louis Bertrand's church, ination and Party Control derstand Nobility of Their tho thousands of others received: beginning Sunday, September 10, in 1010. "Mrs. John B. Murphy: May I Faith. the first week for women and the not express to you and your family second for men. Rev. J. L. Fln- my deepest sympathy in your great (neity and Rev. V. G. Cleary will trial in the death of Dr. Murphy? conduct the exeicises. Very Rev. SOME LOCAL POLITICAL GOSSIP The medical world loses ono of its OBLIGATE ALL SHOULD REALIZE Ta-SSnforemost flguies and our country E sustains a real loss. I am sure that the mission will, be conducted that I express tho feeling of tho as a preliminary to the celebration TORY TO ALL CONCERNED. whole country when I mourn his parish, .. essay on "Eugenie de of the golden jublleejof the 10 "The party sailed from New York Democrats throughout the coun- going. In Ills wlilnh tnlrna nl.im OMnhnr nnii Woodrow Wilson." July 15 and arrived in Liverpool Guerln" Matthew Arnold has told that tho mission will prepare the try are becoming more and more July 24. The Philadelphia was us of the ennobling and ' Inspira parishioners spiritually CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. .for that pleased with the situation from a berthed in the Canada dock and the T miltt G T)orr vo rl u national standpoint, tho catherlnir upon tional enect or Catholicism nlnhinHnn passengers were assembled In the the character of tho -- individual' paTISlf ws" orgaTnTetf'ir02t(SB6l'r laf""th8",Kentucltyv Committee or- the Stato campaign dining saloon for examination bework which that individual 1866, but the church was not dedi- neauquarters tnis week all return- Catholic Knights of America had an Mr. and Mrs. fore debarkation, It is true he could not un- cated until three years later. ing the same reports as those being enthusiastic meeting7 Friday night, Kelly and Mr. Smith were called derstand the real essence of CatholCu3hing occupying tho made at national headquarters, and William given them after a time by numbers icism, the real final reason for Its they are to this effect. Wilson's chair. A letter from President GOOD MAN GONE. (132, 133, 168) and Invited to a nobility; but he does say that in it gain of ground is not so notice- Gaudlu to Gen. M. Relchert was corner of the dining saloon, where there is "something European, augSOUTH AMERICA AROUSED. Sunday night the West End was able but the loss by Hughes is be- read, telling of the formation their passports and papers were deust and imaginative," while in saddened by learning of the ideath coming glaring and the Republican branches and giving encouiage-men- t manded and given over to E. N. to the local Knights. A propoNews has just reached this coun- Protestantism ho finds to a great of one of Its oldest and most re- campaign managers are at their Messrs. officer. Cooper, aliens degree "something provincial, mean spected residents, Albert S. Robert- wits' end to stop the drift away sition for a consolidation of a numKelly and Smith were then taken try froiu Rosarlo, Argentina, that and prosaic." He contrasts tho efnumerous Irish population South from their candidate, but son, at his residence, 654 whllo ber of branches met with much to their cabins by detectives and the fect which this elevating .influence America was they know the cause, yet it is an- favor and was referred to tho State Deceased subjected to personal search of the throughout South brethren in have of Catholic atmosphere and tradi- Thirty-fir-seventy-tw- street. years ago the o Treasurer Charles Falk in other matter to minutest character; their pockets joined with their tho severest con- tions has upon the life and writings born county, but had lived Har- impossible to stopremedy It. It Is officers. United States in in nominee Hughes and Secretary Henry Schulten reemptied, pocketbooks opened, all demnation of the British executions of Mddlc. de Guerin with the effect rison Louisville for over half a century, from campaigning, yet they realize ported tho results of the Jasper expapers, cards, letters, note books, The of Protestantism upon an equally being engaged in tho contracting that in every speech he has made cursion, the most successful held in of etc., scrutinized and read, and their of the Irish prisoners rule war. has sincere and pious lady of a business until his retirement eight thus far the Republican cause has recent years. With tho end of arms, legs and body felt, to ascer- defeat of the home feeling plan sect. In the acts and ex- years ago. While a young man he suffered. among activity is much Not only to tho Republi- warm weather anything was concealpd further intensified tain if the latter Protest pressions effort person. It was the sort this class of emigrants. In various the vision of or senso ofthere is not married Miss Emma J. LIghton, cans has Hughes been a disappoint- promised and an earnest about their beauty or their union being blessed by tho ment, but the public at large, that will be made to Increase the memmeetings have been held of examination that arrested crimresolutions depth of feeling that the former following children, all of whom aie is the people of all partes or in- bership. Several short talks were and inals are usually subjected to. The cities been passed' without the inter- always shows. living: Senator Samuel L., dependents expected great things made and praiso was given Capt. detectives then conducted them to have In a not too sympathetic review The Government. Oscar ference of Albert, George the dock where their baggage was, declaration the ' the Irish Republic this attribute of Catholicism has William,J., Richard and M., Charles from the G. O. P. when ho took tho of the Maier for his efforts In behalf of Uniform Rank and the CenHarry E. stump, and to say that they have and they were ordered to open it, has been read under the monuments again been dwelt upon by a recent E., M. Michael, suffered a shock is putting it tral Committee. and where it was examined in great of South American revolutionists writer in speaking of the work of Robertson and Mrs. Henry E. mildly. Mrs. Alex. Cranna, Mrs. Previous to tho Republidetail. The baggage of Mrs. Kelly who established republics. The the great English poet, John MilHONOR BLESSED VIRGIN. of Owensboro, and Misses can convention in the role of tho was subjected to the same scrutiny ton; tho poet who, he says, d been Mary and Agnes Robertson. A life- sphinx Hughes was especially and minute inspection, her private in the agitation have Irish foremost gciolti imported long Democrat, Mr. Robertson was stiong, the versl freedom for The feast of the Assumption of hoping Democrats tho letters and papers being examined were worn in from Italy." The great source of a pioneer member of the Twelfth against hope that he would not be the Blessed Virgin Mary on Tuesthe and read, the whole transaction be- and greatIrish colors celebration of the first Milton's inspiration, so we learn, Ward Club and was an earnest nominated, thinking it would be. day was celebrated in solemn maning singularly lacking in deconcy, tho sym"It Is Argentina. A collec- was Catholicism. Ho at propriety or any consideration for centenary of taken up by the South pathy (with Catholicism this the worker for his party.regular was an Impossible to defeat him in the ner cityall the Catholic churches of and Tuesday. Many thousands tion is being and tho the feelings or rignts 01 me ex- American Irish committees for the Medieval) which explains tho pres- active member Cross church, attend- regujar election. were where ant of Holy The first blow camo when his attended the masses, which amined. Wo were then returned to relief of tho rebel families and vic- ence in 'Paradise Lost' of an of the dining saloon of the ship, where tims in Ireland, and many newspa- Anselmlan theory of the Atonement. tho funeral was held Wednesday letter veryacceptance was read, which generally at the same hours as on tame, consisting prin Sunday. we were subjected to an oral ex- pers are advocating the Irish na- It is this sympathy which accounts morning, Rov. Father Brey conduct- was ing tho solemn services. cipally of a rehearsal of the Mexican amination and much for tho strange intermingling of trouble and in which ho advocated by Mr. Cooper, aliens' officer, tional cause. allegory with the historicity of the CONGRESS WILL ACT. nothing new or suggested a plausof the King's Capt. Gunnis, and poem; an allegorizing tendency ible change of policy with that and Major Liverpool Regiment, which Is scarcely inferior to that Congressman W. S. Bennett, of country. Republicans then exMoney, of the same regiment, in a of Gregory the Gceat or Gulllaume New York, says that If President cused thisThe saying "Wait until by fashion that savored of the police de Loris, and which stirred Addison Wilson doesn't act in regard to he gets on the stump." Everyone court lawyer and practitioner. There to utter astonishment." Britain blacklist, Con- waited, but to date Hughes has were several other persons there "It is not necessary," this critic the Great and is now preparing been the biggest fizzle as a national gress will, who appeared to bo friends of the goes on to say, "to believe with a bill to that he Congressman end. political examining officials and amused Msgr. Barnes that ho was a Cath Bennett discusses the situation as leader in a long stretchofof a sphinx history. In tho role spectators of our humiliating treatolic at heart and died in that faith follows: ho was doubly strong, but as in the ment. We were asked why three in order to realize his indebtedness "It is plain that so far as the case of many just as soon as he persons were appointed to distribute to the old religion. grand- South Amorican situation His is con- opened his as the Irishman thp TrlRh relief fund, when CooDer father was a Catholic and his cerned this blacklisting is purely would say, mouth, his foot in it. he put was of the opinion that a Jess numbrother became one; and the frag- and simply a trade bludgeon to His speeches have been tho adber would be sufficient. Why were ments of emotional sympathy still prevent the United States merchants dresses of a chronic kicker or poor we Interested in the Irish lived in the determined intellectual from securing any share of the grouch, advancing nothing now, What parwhen none existed? opponent of the Papacy." Great dodging the important Issues, and trade. South American ticular class of poor did we proChateaubriand In his "Genius of upon retaining allof are very much of the type of campose to help, and how? Who conChristianity" has cited Milton's Britain insists tho trade, that done formerly by paign speeches that one would exstituted the American committee poetic efforts as an example of the Germany as well as her own share. pect to candidate hear from and how were the funds collected? happy effect of Christianity upon Now any one who tries to acquire Constable or countrya Magistrate, for Inof identification bearing Our letters the genius of the world. And now any share of that trade Is black- stead of the ringing or Intellectual the names of the committee were we know that the essence of this listed. I know of a dozen instances, addresses of a candidate for the before them at the time. Did the thought and inspiration came from totally unconnected, either directly highest office in the gift of tho naIrish relief fund originate as a that pure form of Christianity, tho or indirectly, with the European tion. No wonder the Republicans American the with movement Catholic church. Catholics should war, where American firms have becoming alarmed, as they drawn into hierarchy or were learn to understand the beauty and been prevented from trading wnn are great shakes of a it takes political no It by others? nobility of their religion, not alone South America. firms prophet to see American Hughes Is losing many "Mr. Smith was asked in a spiritual sense but from a can not secure ships to carry goods support at an that alarming rate, and questions as to his profession and natural viewpoint. They should to Argentina or Brazil without the if the Old Guard does not muzzle eniDloyment, what he was doing too, to reveal this beauty consent of the British Government. him soon the pulmotor seek, be will now, what papers he was associated of their church to those who live A firm, straightforward assertion of needed to levlve interest. WILLIAM It. WILCOX. with now and in the past? Was his obligation the heretofore proudly maintained about them. It is an worry in the In charge of Hughes' campaign acceptance of the duty of distributto right of the American merchant to G. Another cause for which should not be allowed VANCE M'CORMICK. O. P. ranks Is- that the Taft for Presidency. ing the Irish relief fund merely a C. B. of C. V. trade where and with whom he and Roosevelt factions arc not Manager for President Wilson's pass. method of getting a free vacation very pleases mado at this time by the working hartogether SI'KAKS FOR LABOR. or was ho along to watch the other campaign for GENERAL. Federal Government should soon moniously, Roosevelt and Perkins ELECTED . MASTER members of the committee and they Chapter of put a stop to this situation. If it trying to eliminate the Old Guard Most Rov. Archbishop Edward J. Last week the General TRIEST FIFTY YEARS. him. The tone and method of the Francisco, was does not we can secure tho ships from the party councils, while Pen- Hanna, of San the Dominican order met in examination all through was disconvoy them by naval vessels rose, Crane, Barnes and others are chosen by the General Labor Day Switzerland, to elect a Master and The Rev. Nicholas Ryan last week tinctly nasty, sneering, insulting Thirssl-Inrights continually asking why Roosevelt Celebration Committee as orator of maintain and humiliating. Mr. Kelly was passed the fiftieth anniversary of General. Very. Rev. Father by a andany cost. our commercial at is tolerated. They ay he didn't the day at tho Labor day exercises of Holland, was elected subjected to much the same line of his ordination to the priesthood. bring the Progressives back to the to be held at the Stadium in Golden impertinence: and his bills, ac- Father Ryan, who is now chaplain unanimous vote to fill the position TOOK NEEDED REST. party and that his action mado the Gate Park. Mayor James Rolph, counts, check books, memoranda of the O'Leary Home for Old Men, of MaBter General. This honor is Bull Moosers sorer at tho Republi- Jr., Is to be invited to officiate as at St. the hlehest one bestowed in the and private correspondence were was formerly stationed Among the visitors registered for can party than before, Father Roosevelt Chairman. The decision to invite minutely gone over and letters of Thomas Asylum. Learning by ac Dominican order. Very Rev.Holland, rest last week at tho oranative of an obviously private character and cident of the event, Sistqr Mary Thlrssllng is atimes Provincial in needed Springs were the West Is Interested in Hughes only to, the the Archbishop to deliver this duty Rev. extent of getting a good foothold tion is an innovation, as Baden He was. three Intimate nature were read with Martha, Superior at the asylum, a pleasing jubilee entertain- his province, and was also, on one Thomas Wc White, Rev. John T. back in the party and bring enough heretofore has fallen to a labor smiles, nods and whispered comF. Visitator Hunold of ments and passed back and forth ment for last Tuesday in honor en- or two occasions. General America, Hill, Henry clerk for and Michael N. of his close friends in the party to leader. the L. and Gov. Edward J. Hill, chifff of the order in North control the machinery and secure This sort Ftfther Ryan that was greatly by Cooper and Gunniss. ia railroad- at Ninth and Broadway. will deliver the principal Central America. the nomination in 1920. Then we of thing went on for two hours or joyed by the guests and the small South andgreat learning and ofHe high Their 'sojourn was both beneficial will see a repetition of the 1912 address at the Louisville Labor day more, and then the officials reet&d boys the venerable chaplain loved a man of convention, only the shoo will beVa. cfisirsUou. administrative ability. and enjoyable. from their labor. Some tea minute while there.. Brother Isadoro, oil tho Xavcrlan Brothers, who Is stationed at Baltimore, but who is well known and loved by thousands of former pupils here, will celebrate golden his here on August 28 and 20. Proving: Big: Disappointment to The Grcot English Poet Drew jubilee meeting of At a the St. Xavler's Inspiration From Catholic Others Than Republican Alumni Association Tuesday evening In St. Xavler's College hall the folVoters. Church. lowing committee were selected to arrange for a banquet to Brother Isadore at one of the local hotels on August 29: Thomas D. Cltnes, Catholic at Heart and Beolizcd Alphonse Ohllgschlager, Frank A. People at L,argo Expected High Geher, Chnrles J. Crush, E. Class Campaign From G. His Indebtedness to Old J. Cooney, Thomas Hines and W. P. O. P. Nominee. Kcllgion. McDonogh. r fifty-eight ol revolution in Ireland, returned Saturday on the same steamer, having been refused permission to land Mr. British authorities. by the Kelly issued the following statement Saturday evening: "Messrs. Thomas Hughes II. Kelly, of New York, and Joseph Smith, of Lowell, Mass., sailed from New York on the American line steamship Philadelphia for Liverpool for the purpose of distributing the Irish relief fund piovlded in Ireland. They were with American passports Issued by the State Department and vised by the British Consul General in New York. Before the issue of the passNew of ports George Gillespie, York, attorney for Mr. Kelly and Chairman of the executive Committee of the Irish relief fund, was placed in possession of brief biography of Messrs. Kelly and Smith for the information and guidance of the State Department, and he had several telephone interviews with Mr. Polk, counsellor of the State Department, and advised him of the purpose of the visit of Messrs. Kelly and Smith to Ireland, and their character and reputation had been discussed by him with the British Ambassador In Washington, apparently IN A MANNER SATISFAC- Mr. and Mr3. Thomas Hughes Kelly, of New York, and Joseph Smith, bf Lowell, Mass., who sailed July 15 for Liverpool with $50,000 of the Irish relief fund to distribute among the sufferers from the recent harmless under any government, and entirely proper and lawful un der ours, that could only have been gathered and sent to London by agents and spies anxious to magnify the Importance and distort the sig nificance of tho data collected and to misrepresent and discredit those who are engaged in work antipathetic to some policy temporarily popular and official in England. "Refusal to permit us to land p England and to compel our detention on shipboard was a prearranged matter, and our treatment merely an expression of British official contempt for our nationality and of antagonism to our mission of mercy. Later In the day Mr. George Kelly wished to cable advising Gillespie, of New York, him of our detention, but was refused permission to do so by Cooper, aliens officer, who Is also As tho the censor in Liverpool. cablegram could in no manner be dangerous to the safety of the realm, It was accepted by us ss merely another evidence of punitive Wo were intentions toward us. held prisoners on the Philadelphia for eleven days, while she was being coaled, painted, repaired and placed In the dry dock, and It was certainly .a real prison for Mrs. , Kelly, as the ship was overrun by iLlver-podock hands and others of a pretty rough .Bort. Mr. Washington, the American Consul, was given permission to ask us to his home under conditions, but we did not care to Impose on his hospitality and kindness, and wished to accept no favors from tho British Government, it being determined that we could not proceed on the mission During our for which wo came. entire stay of eleven days in Liverpool and our return to the United' States not a single message or offer of courtesy came from Capt. Candy, of the Philadelphia, nor did he deign to notice us In any way. Captr Candy Is British, a nominal American citizen, but tho atmosphere of his ship Is distinctively tion, MADE ALL THE MORE INTOLERABLE SINCE IT TOOK PLACE ON BOARD THE AMERICAN SHIP AT WHOSE STERN THE AMERICAN FLAG WAS FLYING. The incident proves tho existence on American soil of an active system of -- British espionage, since the questions In many ways gf activities, showed a knowledge the other foot. Roosevelt and his friends in control of the machinery will play the same role as played dj- - me Tart men then, riding over their opponents rough shod. It would not be surprising to see this fight crop out in real earnest before tho coming election, the Old Guard being ready to knife Hughes lr Poosevelt Is to Le the power behind the throne in tho event or Hughes' election, whllo Teddy will scuttle tho ship if he is not the dictator. Despite the effort to sidetrack , next years' political races talk will not down, "Bob" Hughes now being mentioned for Mayor on account of his efforts in behalf of tho million dollar factory fund, while Col. Pat Callahan has his boosters, a member of the General Council stating that the varnish magnato was rumored as n sure starter. Loralne Mix and County Judge Greene will be tho contestants In tho County Judgeship Taco. Al Emler and Dal Russell will dpposo each other for the nomination fnr Rhnrlff urhlln Allen Smith Is being mentioned ns me oniy starter Tor County Assessor. Will Dennis, Clay Hall and Tom O'Conncll are all being mentioned for the Police Court Clerkship race, while the big Derby field will be in tho race for County Commissioner, about eight names being mentioned now, among them being GERMAN CHANCELLOR AT HlNDENBERG'S MONUMENT. Squire Franch Dachcr, Squire John - Holweg ograph of the German Chancellor Von Bcthmann (in uniform at the lorn. O'Brien, Squire Ben JoAmericans just now )ecause of the threatened resumption of the for seph Ncvin, Andrew Schulman, and and is of particular interest to LudWlg policy by the Germans. mer Squire H. C. Crawford. - LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1916. I ' PRICE FIVE CENTS. s jmulAI L- -i - w I CELEBRATED Golden Jubilee of the Convent nt Twenty-Thir- d I Bank Streets. and I Bisbop O'Donnghuo Preached ' Sermon at High Brass Fridaj . Institution That Has Done Muck For Women of This' City. CARE FOR SIXTY THOUSAND at MILTON GOLDEN JUBILEE. DR. JOHN IJ. HUGHES MURPHY. tUa STE; j Tho golden Jubilee of the foundation of the Convent of tho Good Shepherd, Twenty-thir- d and Bank streets, began yesterday and will continue until Monday. Friday was for the reverend clergy and religious only, today will be for benefactors of the convent; Sunday there will be a home feast for all those in the convent, and Monday will be in memory of the departed Sisters, children and benefactors and friends of the convent. Tho celebrant of the solemn high mass on Friday was the Rev. Charles- P. Raffo, assisted by Rev. Dr. Suchuhmann and Rev. O P Ackerman, Right Rev. Denis O'Don-aghpreaching tho sermon. The Dominican fathers will have charge of tho services today and celebrate the solemn high mass with a sermon by Very Rev. T. J. Crowley, O. P., Prior or St. Louis Bertrand's church. On Sunday high mass will be sung at 7 o'clock by Rev. J. p. Vallely, O. P., chaplain of the Good Shepherd Convent, and on Monday at 6 o'clock a requiem high mass for the departed Sisters, children and benefactors by Rev. J. P. Vallely. Tho little children of St. rhllomena's class will render all the singing, strictly Gregorian, in accordanre with the Motu Proplo of our late Holy Father Pius X., of holy memory. This Convent of the Good Shepherd was rounded In 1866 by Mother M. of St. Ignatius Ward, as a branch house of the Convent of the Good Shepherd at Eighth and Madison streets In this city. A tract of eight acies of land was purchased, later fivo acres more ue were nrnniinwl nrwl n The-Cent- ral -- per-fotni- B. of-ne- -- st noa-Catho- anti-Briti- sh Ex-Sta- te Mat-tlngl- y, Irish-Argentin- es "Teu-tonlze- cross-questioni- - - Frl-bur- g, g, erected thereon;'and band of aisiers were sent to round another Told of the Good Shepherd, adding one more to the folds which dot tho world over, in North, South and Central America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and Oceanica, making up a goodly band of nearly 10,000 Sisters or the Good Shepherd, nearly 4,000 in America, and all united under one head, a Mother General at the mother houso at Angers, France, this good mother having under her care at the present tlino nearly 60,000 souls In tho Good Shepherd convents throughout tho world. This order was founded In 1651 by Blessed John Eudes, and the first colony came to America at the earnest solicitation of Right Rev. Bishop Flaget, who over held them in the highest esteem and greeted the first Sisters with, "I bless the day of your arrival in my diocese." Bishop Flaget was ever a kind father and did all In his power to nurture the foundation then struggling for an existence. The annals of the order In Kentucky teem with the record of acts of more than fatherly kindness in their regard, The first colony consisted of five brave young religious, the eldest the Superior, Mother M. des Anges, being but twenty-nin- e years of age, who braved the dangers of the Atlantic, and after a three months' voyage reached their destination Louisville on December 1, 1842, and founded the first houso or tho order on American soil the historic Convent or the Good Shepherd at Eighth and Madison streets, this city. Later Mother M. des Anges was appointed to found a convent at Philadelphia, nnd nffpr It wns woll natnhllnViori was recalled to Louisville as Mother Provincial, and died while holding that office at the convent at Twenty-tand Bank streets. At her death our lato Bishop, Right Rev. William J. McCloskey, who knew full well the saintly qualities of this admirable mother, remarked that "Wo should not pray for her, but to her." The llttlo mustard seed sown at Twenty-thir- d and Bank streets has grown until it has developed Into an Immense block of eight substantial', spacious buildings (and even then not enough of room for all who apply for admission), with park-lik- e beautirully laid out grounds, which afford a safe and comfortable home for nearly four hundred persons, divided Into three ono for dependent departments, children rescued from unfavorable environments, or orphans, this department under patronage of St. Philomena; Sacred Heart the juvenile delinquent class, and St. Joseph's reformatory for women, each absolutely distinct from the other in every particular. Lately there has been added a school of domestic Bclenco, nnd last autumn an isolated infirmary for contagious diseases was erected, which makes the plant very complete. hird omnii imi.. - -- FETE AND CHICKEN SUPPER. ed - Ex-Lie- - A lawn fete and chicken supper will be given on the grounds adjoining St. Francis of AmIsI church on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 29 and 30. Supper served at 5 p. m. each day. MuIe aad other attractions. jKEreoraroicr 3 August Annual lawn feto for benefit of Sts. Mary and ElizaPUBLISHKD EVERY SATURDAY. beth Hospital, on hospital grounds. August 24 Mackin Council's IcTcfed to ike Seeisl ami MersJ AdrsecwMsittt el kith AsserlcaM and CWtoeWcs ' Moonllte" river ride on the Homer Men's Smith. OMeUkty Indorsed by Aaetest Orir el HlfeerBlant, 0 Institute aai Cstfeelie KfelgUs of Ataeric. August St. Francis of Assist church lawn fete and chicken KMMTUCKY IWI8H AMgBtCAN PRtNTIMO CO., Incorporated, FuMttAera dinner .on church grounds, Bards-tow- n road and Carter avenue. SINOLB COPY ffc SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR September 3 Excursion to Mam g.gjreafcSl!" moth Cave, auspices of Trinity i.,.d . tfctUrttT-Pye- . 22-2- XISH AJSOOE,JEtLGAXm And , KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ft(E ClMJING EVENTS. $5.00 St. LOUiS Return, Sept. 2 Leave Tenth and Broadway, Lea. isvlllc, Ky., 9i'18 p. m , and return LABOR DAY. Sept. 4. City Ticket Olfiee Fourth and Main. Pliours 1134. 29-3- MACKIN COUNCIL'S -- ""'" J94I !MrM H CosmssUattess to 11m KENTUCKY HKSH AUBMCAN, West OrtM SI. Council. Y. M. 1. 12-1- at, TRADES (JTiy?J COUNCIL ) 3 September fete, Lawn euchre and I6tto by Young Ladles' Sodality of St. Leo's church, afternoon and evening. Moonlite Rid e ON HOMER SMITH ce33QKaxaaac8sxsB33ae9tt3o LOUISVILLE, KY RELIGIOUS AND PATRIOTIC. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1916. SOCIETY. 3UwvvtnvAvvyvvvvvvvywvsv- more than they represent It by their mistaken tigltaUon today. Boat leavea foot of Fourth street at 8:15 p. m. of They do not represent evon American Federation Tho Mrs. Charles Lasch is visiting the the Qunther home In Topeka, Kas. Catholic Societies, which holds Us best of the suffragists." Mrs. fifteenth annual convention in New Dodge's criticism Is kind of hard Miss Loretta York City next week, Is an organi- on Hughes and will not have much two weeks withConway isin spending friends Kansas zation formed of subordinate so- effect crazy "militant City. on 1327.1333 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. of the cieties for tho advancement FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 5 1916 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Mechan civil, religious and social interests have returned from a visit to AtBLUNDER OF KEDMOND. of Catholics. It will not Interfere Doml,n,n slstera fom the Mother House of tho lantic City. Order. St. of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky with tho alms or objects of existMany people express sorrow for Tho Academy .offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Commercial Such a union The Rev. Father Coons is hore ing organizations. and Academic Courses and special attention is given the study or John Redmond, the Irish leader In for a short stay before returning is desirable in order that Catholics .Music and Art. Able, sincere and re- - to Jasper College. Parliament. . d Lessons In Needle Work aro included In the curriculum. nv hnvo a Rtrnntr. a time that seemed For Information address the Academy. instrument for voicing Catholic sourceful, it occupy for conspicuous Kcaney left Miss Katherlne a great questions o might Saturday for a trip to Niagara opinion .on all tho . j. - nlaeo in Ireland's Valhalla. He Falls and Canada. " of the day, ana us puspose a lui? ,. ...... and Liberal statesmen trusted nA " advance iuo uii, " Senator Mark Ryan will leave towas reason for his confidence of Catholics in tho there llglous Interests ten days' stay at in them up to the time that they morrow for a THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL GUARDING THE WEAK. West Baden Springs. United States. 0.' entered Into the unnatural alliance Is not fVwIornHnn rit)inlli FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. Redmond Miss Lucille Schleman has been dames inrt does not with tho Tory wolves mi- -i W. DEFENDS JAMES. spending a week with MIs3 Jessie and Mr. Ed. O'Connor. Langen.Renfro CRESCENT HILL, LOUISVILLE KY. e fatal blunder when he and Mrs. J. control the political affiliation of Its High Moral and Intellectual Standards. Catalogue Sent Free not defeat the traitor Liberals Bannon at Middletown. A0DBE5S: SECRETARY. SACRED HEART members. It asks no favors or ACADEMY. Miss Sallle Miller 3115 CMROKEEKPRIVC.tflouisviur'. Miss and KY. scalawags en they substituted Senator and Mrs. Charles Knight proclaims privileges, but openly for spent tho week end in Lexington Katherlne Roilly, of aJeffersonvllle, Senator Martin e, of Now Jersey, have returned from at like Lansdowne and Carson visit at St. RECENT DEATHS. wiint is lust and fair. It alms Questions Criticism of attending Bluegrass fair. Morley and Burns. Mary's of the Woods, near Terre the creation of sound public opinHaute. One of the old and faithful memSenator. the Miss Annio Medcalf spent ion on all Important topics of tho s bers of the Cathedral was called to TRAP TORIES FEAR. VAUDcviJiia: past week at Springfield, the guest Christian Miss Blanche O'Connor, who has day; it stands for the her reward Friday night when Mrs. DATTCINO of Mrs. T. W. Slmms, Sr. been a house party guest of Miss Premier Asqulth has stated em aged seventy-seve- DAILY The Kentucky Irish American edi- Julia McManaman, life of tho nation Itself; for the FREE BAND CONCERTS Anna Kenna, will spend some died infirmities tho Mary nroDer observance of Sunday; for phatically that home rule will re Misses and Elizabeth risking In tho South before time torially criticised our two Ken- residence of ofher daughter, at Mrs. re- tucky Senators, James and BeckADMISSION TO PARE education of youth; ' main on the statute books, como Rellly, of Jeffersonvllle, have been turning home. tho Chrltslan ham, for not voting on the resolu- Nellie Ewlng, 105 North Bayly ave- Afternoon Tree. After 6 P. M. 10c. for the stamping out of Immorality; what will, and since he is a past visiting friends in Indianapolis. tion offered In behalf of clemency nue. Her funeral was held Sunday NOTE Coupon given with sato ticket tho Mrs. Thomas D. Clines, Audubon for Sir Roger Casement. to theater or for the sanctity and perpetuity of master of political finesse, In this afternoon, attended by a large num- Bood for admission Miss Anna King and Miss Andance pavilion. marriage; for the safe-- J Tories are not without misgivings nette King Overstreet are spending Park, entertained with an elaborate connection the following letter was ber of friends and acquaintances. Christian on Tuesday In honor of received: luncheon SHE BIO SANIXART guarding of tho Christian home. It that in yielding so much of the their vacation at Lake Michigan. Mrs. Eva Herriet, long a highly the birthday of Mrs. Mary Cllnes, Washington, D. C, Aug. 15, SWIMMMING necessity of Christian responsibilities of government to mother of Mr. Cllnes. asserts the 1916. Editor Kentucky Irish esteemed resident of this city, died Misses May and Anna Cllnes, American, Louisville, Ky. My Dear of old ago Saturday at tho residence KilW OF sir principles In social and public life, them ho has actually set a trap In Sixth street, will return tomorrow daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Louis A. Brorlng Sir: My attention has been called of her Mrs. Joseph iu the State, in business, In all which they will be hopelessly from a week's visit at Thirty-fourt- h are at the Raleigh at Atlantic City, to an editorial In your paper en- Leezer, of and Kenand Industrial relations, ' tangled when tho time comes to tucky streets. She is survived by where they will spend two weeks titled "Worth Remembering." I Mrs. Leezer, In apply the test of a general election enjoying tho ocean breezes and know you want to be fair,, hence I another daughter, Mrs. It combats all errors which are Miss Mary Hogan and niece, Mar- dally dips In the surf. and write you. It is true that Senator John Arnold; four sons, Joseph, opposition to Christianity garet G., left yesterday for a two SHOW MORE FEAR. James was absent from the Senate Andrew, Martin and Albert Herriet; weeks' stay at St. Mary of the threaten to undermine tiie very Louisville business houses were on public business when tho final thirty grandchildren and eight society. It is foundation of human well represented last week In Nqw voto was taken on the Casement Funeral servThe extraordinary expenditure for Knobs. with all loyal preparedness makes necessary tho York City, among the buyers be- resolution, but justice compels me ices were held Monday morning willing to Miss Margaret Dixon, of JefferKling, T. Miss tho citizens and with all civil and extraordinary rovenuo legislation at sonvllle, spent a pleasant week In ing Lynch Tlllie Miss Mamie Kelly, J. to say that I had tho earnest advice from St. Peter's church, where and L. and O'Hare. and support pt Senator James dur deceased had been a regular work for Washington. As tho older nations Indianapolis, visiting Miss Mary social energies which devout communicant. ing every step i iook regarumg the Mrs. Walter D. Blnford and Casement truth and virtue. It exposes false- are passing through tho red sea of Strother. resolution. When I In mis- slaughter, An estimable woman of St. Andaughters, Misses Irene and Gerhood and Injustice, whether bring and are becoming weaker Charles F. Grainger and P. F. trude Blnford, returned Tuesday sought unanimous consent to Senate thony's parish passed to her eternal my resolution beforo tho of history, doctrine and more helpless, we are growing Hanlon were among tho Kentucky representation from a delightful sojourn at South Senator James was most actlvo in reward early Monday morning when or principles of morality. more afraid of them, and this arrivals at Saratoga Springs last Park, where they spent the heated my aid and support. I have beon .Mrs. Reglna Evers, widow of Henry therefore year Saturday. Tho aims of federation season. very regular In attendance during Evers, succumbed to stomach trouhave increased our exthe sessions of the Senate and truth ble at her home, 512 North Twenty-fnro religious and patriotic; they penditures for tho war preparations MULLOY'S COFFEE Miss Frances Corrlgan has restreet. Deceased was a Tho many friends of Mrs. Mary compels me to say that I have never irst American from $240,000,000 are tho Interest of all a year to turned from Buffalo, where sho was Canty, West Walnut street, will reof Theodore Evers, Presiexpress an unheard Senator James Is the best coffee value offered. citizens, and especially of those who $700,000,000 for 1916. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. J. joice to learn that she Is now con- kind or belittling word regarding dent of the Falls City Brewing ana If you want a delicious, InexpenWollmuth. an illness that oc- Ireland or the Irish people. To the Company, and is survived by one believe in a divine valescent, after sive coffee, a divine recontrary, he has ever been the daughter, Miss Henrietta Evers. casioned her family and relatives THE OUTLOOK BAD. In tho revelation of Miss Nellie Holden, of Jefferson- great alarm. friend of the oppressed of every Wednesday morning the funeral was TRY OU- Rligion through Christ our Savior. vllle, is at Farmersville, Ind., to of Baron land. I trust you will give this held from St. Anthony's church, The reappointment when many were present to pay spend a mon'h with Air. and Mrs. Miss Josephine Katherlne place in correction a prominent Wlmborno as Lord Lieutenant of Jerry Spauldlng STRIKES ARE SERIOUS. and Dennis J. Lincoln were jour paper. With highest regards, respect and tribute to her memory. 65G Ireland proves that the Govern3 1.3 Lb. united in marriage at St. Louis I am, sincerely yours, setA devoted servant very serious thing of Almighty Misses Catherine FInnegan and Bertrand's church with a nuptial ment despairs of an Immediate A strike Is a James E. Martlne. Special rebate ticket good for Leora returned In explanation of the criticism God was called to her eternal re10c in trade with 2 serious for the corporations and tlement of Irish affairs. The press of the Coumey from a two the first mnss Wednesday morning, Very lbs. of week months Rev. Father Crowley performing the appearing in tho Kentucky Irish ward In the person of Mrs. Mary New Blend. men concerned and for tho general has little or nohing to say this visit in Buffalo. wedding ceremony. Frank J. American the following is reprinted Hines, widow of Martin Hines, who public. That the workers have as week about the Irish question. One O'Connell, of Chicago, a brother of from the Chicago Tribune of Aug- died at tho homo of her daughter, JOHN M. MULLOY, Among tho late arrivals at White the bride, and James P. Cudahy ust 6, under the head, "Only 380 Mrs. Thomas O'Brien, 2618 West good a right to organize as tho thing Ireland can, not suffer any 212 West Market. Magazine street. Mills For many years stockholders of a company is In- worse treatment under the Lord Stella were Misses Katherlne and were the attendants. After the cere- Irish In America When Colonies Mrs. mony Bevllle, was Hines had lived In the West but that those organiza- Lieutenant than under Gen. Max- Clara O'Connell.Margaret Bosler and served aat wedding breakfast bride's Rebelled:" disputable, Washington, D. C. (Special) End. She was a woman of sterling the home of the tions should bo antagonistic Is not well's military system. mother, Mrs. Mary O'Connell, of Senator Phclan is in a bit of bad Catholic principles and tho mem Misses Margaret and Mary 1360 South Sixth street. The happy humor. He said the other day that ory of her Christian life will ever "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone quite bo clear. Rather we think Certain New York admirers of O'Neill, 520 West Breckinridge couple left the same day for an ex- most of the Revolutionary soldiers serve as an example worthy of they should be found working street, and all of the heroes were Irish. emulation by all who knew her. Oar Special $3.00 Spray ten tended trip to Now York, Atlantic fnr thn common cood. In Theodore Roosevelt and Republi- days in have been spending City and other points of interest. Then OUIe James went mulling Surviving her aro one son, Dennis Chicago. analysis their Interests aio cans of Connecticut who follow the last On their return they will go to around through a lot of old volumes J. Hines, and two daughters, Mrs. Our Special $5.00 Wreath. Taft are credited with 'Frank Senn and family had as housekeeping at 464 Lincoln Court and found there were only 380 O'Brien and Mrs. Thomas FitzIdentical. Unfortunately, however, to tho guests the past week Mrs. Thomas they gerald, eleven grandchildren and when Irish .In the colonies The largest values In Funecorporations do not appear to think booms for their election stiuck' for independence. SOLDIER MASS OUTFIT. ral Flowers ever offered la This infor- McCrocklin and one daughter, Miss The fuueral so. Nay more, some corporations United States Senate. Louisville, was held Sunday afternoon from quite a stir in Martha, of Bloomfleld. act as if they believed an employe mation has caused Collier's Washington Bureau Someone recently defined the St. Charles Borromoo church, Rev. For prompt delivery call 223. circles and may widen that on the resolution Intro- Futher Raffo conducting the solattitude toward the Mrs. Dennis Smith both phones. has no right to entertain an opinion Republican and little American militia by the phrase, "You go duced In the Senate by Senator few the breach in that party. daughter Elizabeth have returned emn obsequies. There are on any subject. of Nevada, hoping that tho from a visit to Mrs. Ellzabeeth fight, Steve. I'll hold your coat." occupations more exacting, or that extend The definition like all general ap- British Government would of Indiana, McGeo at New Haven. ST. CECILIA'S. Senator Tom Taggart, require greater coolness and nerve may bo a politician, but he shows plications, does not define with ex- clemency to Irish political prisonman. and actness In the present Mexican ers, Senators James and Beckham Miss Lucille King and grandRev. Father Craney, pastor of than that of a railroad i TtASULTHlB MT its that he Is also a statesman In opare recorded as NOT VOTING. situation, for the .man St. Cecilia's church, has begun the hence it Is the duty of tho com- posing the gerat waste of public daughter, Miss Lucille King, of seems to be forgetful of at home the fact 1 nOffE&fHO remodeling of the old church into Knoxville, aro hero on a visit as the of pany to see that the conditions i CALLED TO REWARD. that the soldier, at the Texas bor tourili Avenue loulnlBr funds. His warning is timely and guests of Mrs. B. King. an Improved school building. The employment have no Irritating should be heeded by the party In his der has a coat to be held. And present school has been too crowdTuesday afternoon the sad news ed for this growing congregation, 'Flowers Mr. nnrt Mm. f!nnmv niirrnn or the many duties that tiie crisis features. Day by day ho holds tho power. telegraphed everywhere." and little daughter spent the first n Amelrcan relations with Mexico came to this city of the death at and the change will add a number lives of thousands of people in the It Is expected the of the week at Bardstown, visiting have la,d upon those who stay at Lexington of Leo L. Schunlcht, son of large rooms. Carson says the Gentians are W. F. Curran and family. hollow of his hand and the public homo one of the most urgent is of Anthony Schunlcht, following an building will be ready for occuGo to Grayson Springs that of giving aid for the spiritual illness of several months. He was pancy In tho early fall. have a right to Insist on his busi- barbarians. This arch enemy of welfare of the men who have as- a Louisville printer and for some being free from humanity has overlooked England's Miss Anna Mohlenkamp has re ness environment AND BE COOL AND IIAPPr. duty at inMOTHER SUPERIOR. turned from a visit to Mr. and sumed guard very large tho border. time had been employed in tho history. friction, that no disturbing number of Bluegrass capital. Besides his wife Three good meals a day, with Mrs. Elmer Vernla in Lafayette There are a permitted to enter In his fluence bo Catholic soldiers among the regi- and a son he leaves township, near New Albany. Last week Mother General Rose plenty spring PREPARE FOR JUBILEE. fresh ments now stationed in the border two brothers, John Schunlcht and and her council of tho Sisters of vegetables from chicken and Dancwork since such tends to impair our proper adjust States. The piety of these men In the Rev. Joseph Schunlcht, of Cam- Nazareth selected Sister Mary Basil ing, bowling, tennis, farm. The and tho Corporal Tils efficiency. Rev. Martin O'Connor Frank J. HIgglns, of fishing and at mass has been den, N. Superior of Water unequaled for ment of the relations between the members of St. Michael's congrega Company A, First Kentucky, spent their attendance although the condi- Loretta, J., and three sisters, Misses as Mother as successor St. Joseph's swimming. highly edifying, Mamie and Emma Schu Infirmary, to the late curative properties. Wednesday and visitWrite for railroads and their employes Is tho tion are busy with preparations for ing his parents Thursday here tions under which the chaplains nlcht, to mourn his untimely death. Sister Aurea. Sister Mary Basil rates. and friends. everyone; but it lies tho golden jubilee, celebration that to say mass have often Tho remains were brought to this has been have had concern of at St. Joseph's for place next month, an event ALBERT A. PLOCK, Manager. with the managers and tho men takeswill be of Interest to the CathVincent B. Smith and wife and been most difficult for celebrant and city, and Thursday morning the twenty years, where she has been chaplains From the adjust- that of this city and diocese. Upon children spent last week in New for. attendants. soldiersthethemselves funeral was held from St. Anthony's much liked, and her appointment Grayson Springs, Ky. themselves to make olics church, Rev. Father Schunlcht being pleases both surgeons and making and from the Nelson ment, rt Is to be hoped that tie morning of the Jubilee there Haven and all whom county,met. there has been neither complaint the celebrant at the solemn high thoy friends of through nor request, but the lack of proper mass df requiem. The widow, son President "Wilson will succeed in will be a parade In which the streets the Uni mass outfits tho camps consoled in tho satisfactory settlement of the parish, ST. PATRICK'S. effecting a Edward J. O'Brien, Jr., loft last has aroused In nearly all of the dio- and relatives are his was a truly oi form Rank, Catholic linignts knowledge that the Bishops the issues that now divide the America, Ancient Order of Hiber- week to join Mrs. O'Brien at Bay ceses in the border States to re- Christian life. of At tho euchro and lotto party to Cut Flowers View. Mich., where sho is for all occasions. railroads and the four big brother nians and other Catholic societies the summer at tho Malono spending quest tho Catholic Church Extension be given by the ladles of St. Patcottage. Society missionary mass expected have been Invited and aro outfits for Sptcial attention given ANNUAL LAWN FETE. hoods. rick's congregation Monday night In chaplains in charge of the to take part. tho old school hall. Thirteenth and orders. Mrs. William Curran and daugh- the soldiers. These missionThe annual lawn fete of Sts. Mnrket, a consolation prize will bo HUGHES 1LVRD. ter, Miss Louise Curran, aro home American outfits contain everything HITS SCHOOL DEDICATION. ary mass Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will awarded at the close of the general NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. from a trip to Detroit, Norfolk necessary of stay at Atlantic City. the mass. for the celebrationlight take place on the hospital grounds distribution. Tho hostesses for the M. Dodge, of New INCORPORATE). Mrs, Arthur The dedication of St. Leo's new and a week's Because of their next Tuesday and Wednesday and evening will be Mesdames H. T. school at Highland Park will take weight, they may bo easily carried comYork, President or me Timothy O'Leary. L. E. 057 Fourth Ave.. LoHlsville. gy Miss Angela Flynn, of tho "High- from one place to another. Their there will be a meeting of tho to to Woman place Sunday afternoon, September Opposed Ruppel and Misses Effle Ryan, mittees Association Right Rev. lands, and Miss Emily Peffer, of cost is from ?100 to ?110. You morrow in charge at the hospital 3, at 3:30 o'clock, afternoon. On both after- Mayme McCoy and Mary Connors. guests of should send what you can afford Suffrage, in a statement issued last Bishop D. O'Donaghue, D. D., Portland, were week-en- d of the lawn fete there will thn dedication ceremonies. Miss Marcella Kustes. of Highland for this cause to the Catholic noons euchre and lotto, for which week compares tho attitude of be a MAYOR TAKES TRIP. by Rev. Church Extension Society, McCor-mac- k many handsome and valuable prizes Charles B. Hughes toward suffrage The sermon will be givenand Bene- Park. a G. W. Schuhmann, D. D., Chicago, Illinois. building, Mayor Buschemeyer left Monday have been secured for the players. Funeral Directors to "the mental processes of Miss Minnie Frances Bush Is at diction of the Blessed Sacrament by There will be a fine supper served on his summer vastIon, going to visiting her sister, woman who marries a man to be Very Rev. J. P, Cronln, V. G. This Campbellsvllle SWEET COOKA CLUB. by the ladles and they especially Atlantic City, where ho will remain and Embalmers. Jrs. ""6" -' will also be tho tenth anniversary Mrs. James Splllmann, and her Tid of him." invito their friends to come and until he leaves for Washington to the bane of the dedication of St. Leo's aunt, Mrs. Ernest Flanagan, of St. John R. Marshall, President of sample this bountiful meal. Secre- take part in the notification of "Patriotism at a price is Mary's. day church. the Sweet Cooka Club, entertained tary Will McDonogh announces that President Woodrow Wilson of his TaUeneas 1612. of our political life. Election the club at his residence, 1040 Sev- In addition to the beautiful dolls nomination by tho Democratic party. and mot yet the day of Pentecost TRB?. and enth street, Tuesday evening, a re- to be disposed of there will be a Misses Blanche Brennan NICE RIVER it as Margaret Glenn left Tuesday for a port being made of the recent outIt would leaye the woman voter array of "chickens" awarded. DWAN YOST. will take its two weeks' stay in Chicago and St. ing of the club. The neighbors can fine Mackin Council the woman. The selfish It found of thjlr 8peclal epds members and friends on another up Joe. Mich. In Chicago they are testify that "Jack" is ome enterMiss Lula May Manus. of New om& "who delightful "moonlite" rides guests of Mrs. Frank KUlman, tainer or either the lerqonade was WITH THE SICK. Albany, gave an enjoyable miscelshrill cry of 'suf-f-- g its river next Thursday night on the Garfield avenue. today, whose 821 the spiked, as during the .wee sma' laneous shower for her cousin, Miss first' is heard above the the Homer Smith. Chairman Link hnurn thai Antlrn rluh.V led hv Farrell Kennedy, the well known Cecilia Yost, whose marriage to Soiournlng at Grayson Springs "nrtck" Owens. "Iluck" Dinn and Bertrand Athletic Club Marathon John Dwan, of Louisville, will be and the committee will leave noth 'America nrsi .L.m tones of ..nrlnna thof wnnlfl af!H in thft the past week were Misses Kate "Tubby" Baker, took part in a mmw w ma uauuuu uinv .. w raiirBma.lL i H runner, Is on the sick list at his solemnized next Thursday. Miss NORTON BUILDING these 1 ""I votes any t pleasure of the trip. All Mackln's C. Falk, W. O'Connor, M. aae out Seveath street, led b the home, 654 South Thirty-fltt- h street, Yost is a favorite in the younger N.W. CwKr FHrth iiri our womanhood by their f riendg aHd the pubuc ara inviti. Cavanaugh, M. Renfro and Mes- - famous jug band. threatened with typhoid, fever. social set of New Albany. closely-welde- Thursday, August 24, 1916 HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY ... a- I ii -- SACRED HEART ACADEMY ,i.,i Ken-Kentuc- ky Fontaine Ferry ParK moir-CLAs- n, ( POOL - n. law-giv- er NEW BLEND 2 great-grandchil- d. re-po- Pitt-ma- n, r Meb four-year-o- ld FLORISTS s. iiuui per-nrtni- H.BOSSESON "- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Mm .. " a . par-Hieke- y, O " I ) iEXisravcroKr'sr 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 LOUISVUJIjE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BY & OLD irish amjskio-ajss- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. AAAAAAAA4J tsssssHs&i CO. KRRRRRR'RREHB& -- aHBififlHn 'tRflBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBsBBBBBBsT 0. H. WEWANTY0URW0RK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Clas- s THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED Distillers Of FOJITUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. rHbrrVbw ,.jH$ mUtfffllm& RRRRRRRRY . 'KBB'' 4rr1rrHrPl 'tfwiS, DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Lloderkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushing. Recording Secrotary Daniel Mc- Style. fe iB li Carthy. Financial Clancy. Secretary Edward Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s W , !;? VP, . 'AVMUUW fa rTtmr fsiHfliiMBBBBflHB Sentinel Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. Jame3 English. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE 0HLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVER8 ELECTROTYPERS W. Main St., Louisville, Ky Home Phone Cltr 6674 BAIU3RY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM rrB ilk:' rrrrmBji wwfew - JwW 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 THOS. i DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackoy. Vice President John J. Riley. "SOUTHERN STAR" J. BRODERIOK SLICED BACON 'All Ready for Your Griddlo In tha PLU5D3ING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Morning" Home Phone City 4392-- J HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 1000 Zone Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated,) Thos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY O'Brien. Financial Secretary John J. Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Matthew Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s 946. Daniel M. Sentinel Thomas Noon. Dougherty. Kalaher. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN BIO WBST GR1CBN HTRBBT. noma, City 3101 Louis D. Ooady SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY li'll I BARRAGE FIRE. Financial Secrotary Thomas J. In the British trenches after tho great drive when shells from their Lungan. MEN'S FURNISHINGS batteries in the rear were placing a barrage fire in front of the capRecording Secretary James J. 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Building tured positions. Room 1, Courier-Journa- l McTIgho. Home Phono, City 76C2 Treasurer Pat Connelly. 415 Fourth Street LOUISVILLE, KY. Sentinel M. J. McDormott. LAUGH ORGAN. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. Residence Phone, Peweo Valley 21-- J. Phone, City 3180. The woik of erecting the no WM. ISGRIGG organ in St. James church is near-in- g Y. M. I. completion. Tho organ is a SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR JOS. DALY one, and those MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. What They Have Been Doing laige heardfine used and more who 4105 Henry Street have are it than Meets Monday Evenings at Club CONTRACTING PAINTER the Past Week General satisfied. The formal installation uouse, 344 worm Twenty-sixtHome Phone, Shawnee 1383-will take place next month 120 "West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. and News Notes. President S. O. Hubbuch. will be made a musical eent of M. V. First Vlco President PEOPLES PBOVTDENT ASSOCIATION much interest. Incorporated. ARTISTIC PRINTING Schaad. n was organized by citizen Second Vice President n. I.. Wisconsin has fifteen divisions. VISIT TO CLASSMATE. to make FIRST CLASS WORK Scheckler. There will be an important meet LOANS Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Rev. Give Tills Office Your Next Order on furniture and other personal prop- ing of Division 3 Monday evening. Eastern Father Angelo, C. P., of the Recording province of the Passlonist Secretary G. W. An important meeting of Division erty at order, was here on a visit to tho Buckle. 317 W. GREEN ST. 1 will be held next Thursday evenLOWEST BATES. local monastery last week, and durColeman Bide., Treasurer G. J. Thornton. ing. Telephone City 946 S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. stay spent a couple of days ing Marshal Theo. Buckle. Over 5,000 people attended the with his Both Phones, 2886. Rev. Father Fitzgerald, pastor Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. games of the Brooklyn Hibernians of St. Leo's church at Highland Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. Home Phone Shawneo 803 at Ulmer Park. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Park, who was a former classmate. Brooklyn sent thirty delegates Father Angelo is located at DunHeadquarters for HENRY GOSS to the New York State convention kirk, N. Y. INIBHTS OP CffLDMBIIS CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. ROOFING, OUTTEBINO, SPOUTING at Schenectady. DECIDE FUTURE POLICY. John Riley and John O'Daly were anything in real Seo us about obligated at the meeting of Division Tin Boofs Repaired and Fainted estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. Division 1, A. O. H., will meet Lato News That Will Interest 4 Monday evening. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Tho State convention will be held next Thursday night at Liederkranz Members Here and ElseHomo Phono City 4464. Hall, when the members will vote 2011 West Broadway, Louisville, By. at Division 3's club house on Sunwhere. bn tho future course of that body, day, September 10. many advocating a consolidation. There were 300 delegates In the All claims have been met, and i New York State convention at therefore all are urged to bo presWyoming has two councils. Schenectady this week. ent and take part In the settlement Colorado has a membership ot R. J. Fleming will be tho New Important mat- 2,300. Albany delegate to tho State con- of this and other ters. Utah has a membership of vention at South Bend, Ind. about 600 divided into four counThe question of changing the AMERICAN PRIESTHOOD. cils. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ji meeting nights of Division 3 will Ohio Knights will have a big be taken up Monday night. In tho year 1816, 100 years ago, Division 3 of St. Joseph, Mo., there were eighty-fiv- e priests In the week at Cedar Point, opening Augcontributed ?25 to the collection United States. This year, 1916, ust 27. Newport Council conhas for lellef of the sufferers In Ire- there are over 19,000. tributed $100 to tho Peter's Pence land. collection. WILL NOT HELP. BOTH PHONES 810. Division 4 now has about thirty Davenport's entertainment of tho candidates awaiting tho degrees and Ida M. Tarbell,.. social and eco- Supreme convention equaled any will hold an initiation in the near Incorporated 00. RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY CONFIDENTIAL LjsaCE ! in DIVISION 4. Meets Second "and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Cumb. South OOG-- Y DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. HIBERNIANS. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue II L. h. well-know- DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT $ F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER Prompt I "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.! 'GRAN W. 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D., Chief Examiner of the Civil 'Service Commission of Boston, responded for his city. During the week some excellent lecture courses were given. Rev. Patrick McCormlck, of the Catholic University at Washington, D. C, Sts. spoke on "Some Typical Educators Fifth of tho Renaissance." Tho Rev. Thomas F. Coakley, D. D., of Pittsburgh, showed a deep knowledge of ecclesiastical history embracing the Avignon period and tho Oieat Western Schism in his course on "The See of Peter in a Struggle for Freedom." Of great interest, too, "was the course given by the Rev. Will-laA. Livingston, A. M., of New investigate Our New Free York, on "The Legendary Period of Delivery Service. Irish History." During Father LivBBS OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, ingston's lectures an Irish flag presented by the New York Hibernians HERALD AND POST. was displayed. On Monday evening the Hon. Thomas W. Churchill, of Hy your fceya an e4notlui tfcat wJU the Board of Education, New York, gave a lecture on "The New Educapntpu Uimb lor life tion;" on Tuesday evening Mrs. Luna ST.XAVIER'S COLLEGE gave E. Van Zandt, of Buffalo, an illustrated lecture entitled 113 TV. BteUww, X1st111, j. "A Visit to Lourdes," and on Conducted toy the Xaverlut Brother Thursday and Friday evenings Miss OtoMleal, BflesttlJU uni Bu1bm Eleanor Payez, of Brooklyn, gave Qaursea, Preparatory DayartHMftt, Lu iwfauBiHff Peel, Well ialpp Ojmi piano recitals from claaale, romantic Mm. Tr re. Jhhh, Dtr. and modern composers. Bos-tonla- ns lit nomic writer, noted as the author of a series of articles concerning the Standard Oil Company, says she does not believe the vote will bo a "panacea for the Ills of women. I Oshkosh. do not see how It will benefit them The largest State convention the economically or any other way," she order has yet held in California will said. open Monday at San Diego, closing on Thursday. SOUGHT NO REWARD. The Irish picnic of the Ancient The nuns who ministered to the Order at Milwaukee last Saturday was a great success, Pabst Park wounded soldiers on the battlefields of tho country did so from motives being crowded. Rev. Father McCaffrey, the State of divine charity. They sought no Chaplain, will celebrate mass at St. earthly reward and they received Patrick's church the morning of the none. It Is not in this world that charity meets its proper deserts. It State convention. be well to erect monuments to State President McBreen held a maymemory of these heroines. They Sunday with the conference heie but County President Connelly in re- deserve grateful to memorials, erect them will those who Beek gard to the State convention. do well to select an opportune time. Indiana Hibernians had a great When Catholics are barely suffered time at their State convention at to exist Is not tho season to look Bend South this week. Mayor for nice recognition. The President Keller gave them a hearty welcome. was Indisposed when the Monument Before the New York State con- Committee called at the White at House, and they were not seen. The vention adjourned Thursday Scheneqtady there was an exempliindisposition is probably chronic and fication for a large class of candi- it should not have been overlooked e by ladies and gentlemen dates. The Irish day of the Hibernians seeking to do honor to Catholic of Columbus, Ohio, last Wednesday heroines. Hartford Transcript. brought together many thousands "YOUR NUNS." who enjoyed the speaking, the singing and the old Irish dances. "What a peaceful look there Is Monday evening Ladles' Aux on tho nuns!" iliary 1 of Minneapolis nad a great claimed faces of your lady to exa Protestant the d celebration of their by largo Catholic Columbian man. "I love anniversary, attended to It does numbers from the other divisions. me meet them on the street. quiet, so good. They seem so 1 Every member of Division holy, so near to God. I don't should attend the meeting next know Just what It Is, but they're, Thursday night. They will be called well, they're different." A conupon to decide the future or the science at peace, the stato of grace, division and all are wanted to vote. a simple life, regular hours, useful Hibernians, at their work, the motive of living for God, Colorado Stato convention at Pueblo, will and frequent communion all these launch a movement to aid the Irish help our Sisters to look cheerful, people reduced to poverty as a re- contented and sweet. As the Angel sult of the reecnt uprising In Dub- Gabriel declared to the Blessed lin. Virgin Mary that The New Albany Ladles' Aux- with her, so It may the Lord was be reverently W. F. Atz and iliary will send Mrs. daughter, Miss Lillian Atz, and Miss said that He Is with them. They are one of the ornaments Kate Cody as delegates to their glories of the Catholic church. and State convention, which meets the last three days of August at South future. The Ladies' Auxiliary Initiated forty candidates this week at the at Wisconsin convention State wide-awaktwenty-secon-- LOUISVILLE, KY, have begun PHONE CITY 859. preparations for tho observance of Columbus day FRANK Five hundred Knights marched JOHN B. in the preparedness parade Saturday afternoon at Oswego, N. Y. A number of Arkansas councils will send candidates to Little Rock for the Columbus day Initiation. Bishop Carrel Council, of Covington, joined with Ludlow Council Sunday morning in the parade that 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 preceded tho dedication of the new St. Boniface church. TELEPHONE 2Q9 LOUISVILLE. XT. New Jersey Knights recommend the purchase of the house in which Rev. Michael McGlvney, founder of A Case ofGood Judgment. Order a Case ef tho order, was born. It now stands a suburb of Waterbury, Conn. in A class of seventy candidates received tho second and third on Sunday at St. Joseph, Mo With this addition St. Joseph Council lakes rank among the largest In Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager the West. a creditable The order made showing Sunday at the cornerstone Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, laying of the new St. Bridget's and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. church at Logansport, Ind., tho Fourth Degree acting as escort to PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Bishop Alerdlng. Sioux City Knights ever held. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery FALL CITY BEER Home Phone 1913 THE RAILROAD JIEN'S DEMANDS. Tho rnliwnv froloht train service omnlnvns In thplr demand for an eight-hou- r day stato as follows: Cumb. Phone West 191 Bend. ELOQUENT ANECDOTE. STATIONS FOR MISSIONS. and Market m M4. Catholics who are interested In the missions and what Catholic appreciating the beauties of his faith does not want to give h oui to some poor soul have chosen a very practical way of proving mat There are so many interest. churches on the list of the Catholic Church Extension Society, who have been asking for Stations of the Cross, that the appeal has aroused the sympathy of many and donations have been coming in to the offices of the society to purchase stations and send them to some of the poor missions. Fifteen dollars will purchase a set of stations. They are over fifty mission churches asking for them. The stations sent out by the society are verly nice and neatly gotten up. They are greatly appreciated by the missionary. fathers and their poor congregations. Donations for a set of Stations of the Cross to be sent to a mission church may be forwarded to the of the Catholic Church Extension Society, located in the McCor-mie- k building, Chicago. j of-flc- oe Everything printed In Extension Is worth reading. The following anecdote Is eloquent: "Some months after I had been working for a firm the President was dictating a letter, when he asked kindly: 'Are you not feeling well, Miss M ?' 'I am quite well, thank you. Why?' 'I think you look so tired.' 'Has my work I asked anxbeen below par?' iously. 'No, but you seem tired not your active self.' I then explained that I was attending a mission, and arose at 4:15 to get to 5 o'clock mass, made a noon visit to the Blessed Sacrament In a little church nearby and, after office hours, ate supper and hurried to church at 7 or earlier, to secure a seat, for the crowds were great. Nothing further was said, but I noticed my work was made lighter, and Saturday I waB called to the office and given a week's vacation with full salary, 'because we are glad to have conscientious girls in our employ.' Was this a Catholic Arm? you may' ask. Not at all. Both gentlemen were thlrty-moa- d ' degree Masons." Magazine Railroads have mcreasea tneir revenue enormously without Increasing tin avnpnen nf mnvlne a train: the work of train crews has increased without proportionate increase or pay. One crew is now doing the work that was formerly done by fhroo nr fnnr prfiwa: frelcht train employes must work days, nights, holidays and Sundays and have no regular hours and little time at home; traction power 01 locomotives him Inornnnod 33 ner cent., canaclty of relght carB 30 per cent., tons carried In loaded cars 19 per cent., and tons carried by the average frelgnt train 47 per cent, uuurouu tmln nrnwu nrn not natd a fixed salary and are paid only when they move freight trains from one division tb another. They desire a revised schedule based on the moving of a train 100 miles Inside of eight hours, with overtime at tho rate of time and a liair. An eigm-noiinv with no npnnltv for overtime would not work, as there would be no incentive lor tno raiiroaas io reduce working hours. ur WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. Sett at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, xceHectSMl QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. WRITE OR CALL For designs and prices on Out-doReligious Statues for cemeteries. Mirny Catholics are beginning to realize that this Is the true Catholic Idea In marking the resting place of their loved ones. Statues of Our Lord, Blessed Virgin, or any Saint, furnished In enduring Bronze, Marble, Terra Cotta or Stone, with pedestal to match. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S POURTH AVE. PARENTS RE CARKFUD. Poronin nhnuld be particularly careful about their boys and girls thn vnmttnn nerlod and know where they are day and night and what they are doing. .inr-ino-- FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Cords and tassels are favored for girdles. Fur manufacturers are preparing for an enormous revival in capes. xronr fnit sailor hats have usumed Jhe place of the lingerie chapeau. Early autumn suits show pockets at least a foot deep and almost as and straight across the back and front continues in good style. BOTTLED IN BOND. Navy blue with a fine white hair TsisjtoM 1943. 234 S SIXTH SKftT line stripe is well suited for the smart tailor, while black and white wide. are always in vogue, the latter in valuable adjunct to our list ot bandings of furs usd oh alpacas often taking precedence fashionable fabrics. It is oetm The stonally used in colors, for coats and suit skirts will be wider over linen. frocks. Cotton net has proved Itself a than ever. aft-no- Bead embroidery Is perhaps to be more used next winter than It AH the late tad lew Stvi'S and SfaspM was last. yokes aire can 6c found aennvt ficoible priM. Aprons and hip with, embroidery on simulated many of tho new skirts. Artificial flowers are less In vogue for trimming frocks than IMPORTERS they were last season. beige and In the realm ot color FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. soft grays are good, the former beDistillers and Wholesale Dealing at present one of the best llkeM ers in Finest Barnds of Kencolors. tucky Whiskies, especially. The neck line that Is off from the shoulders, or very nearly so, HERRMANN BROS. Pearl of Nelson, on XClSPtfTFXJOJKIY t&$Q&&fr&&&&&$&4&i$& JURISXX AJS&J&JGtXGAJSL. eMtHM4THM44HMMMMMMHHTTHM TWIN CITY POPULARITY CONTEST Help Send Your Favorites in the JLcague to This Season's 1.0 Tm-Ii- i HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVCNUf SONS MARKET STflgeT JI ' I tHCOP&?AT0 City WE GIVE AND REDEEM WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES VOTES FOR EACH OLD paid. 20 FOR EACH NEW SUBSCRIPTION. pop- ular members of the Twin City League to the World's Series with all expenses Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. VOTE BY BALLOT OR PAID SUBSCRIPTION. ? &t THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the TWO most t Mitt x B?liaBiaBBiBBBBBB TT'it j $t GOLD TRADING CUT OUT THIS Worid's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE $1.00 This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr Club or Position whom I comider the most popular member or the Twin City League. Is Uio STAMPS HERE YOU CAN FIND I er r MANICURING A LEOPARD. Women,s Ready to Wear Wash Dress Fabrics photograph shows keepers at the New York Zoo manicuring a leopard, ah or tho animals are given caierul examination at this season of tho year. Tills WORLD'S Bob Morris, J5ST elen Chenoweth McDermott. G. Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, Weber. E. Pfaffinger, C. Weber, E Pfafflnger Boeder. Koebler. Loefller. Baumgarten. McCabe. Wledmeir Willinghurst. Sclimoelzer. Relter. Schott. J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- - roster of tho Following r.itv Tiasoball League, each of whom is entitled to enter the Kentucky Irish American's World's contest, tho first coupon for which appears In this issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, waag, Bosler, Aulbrch, Murphy, Eschman, R Pontrich, E. Harrigan,Elpers. Ohlle. Renn, Weber, Conners, F. Stelr, Voor. Kraemer, Ed- - ter, Kllloran. Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Mclcher, Frantz, Mattingly, Bohan- noa, Ceresl, Madden, Curler, Bos' meyer, Kenealy, Hamilton, mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, Cllnes, Mackln Council C. Ellors, Thornton, Schieman, R. McGrath, Morris, warren, L,auy, u. aieisner, u b, llafner, Conley, Schone, Scheckler, Cronan, Atwell Larkin McDonough. Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara- gon Finn Wosternmn Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polin. Hines, Russ, House, Meagher, Car- nev. Fitzgerald. Bloemer. C. Flynn. Olympics- -J. Murphy, Lovett. Dal- ton, Fries. M. Logan, J. Deoken, Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully. E Fl.vnn, Henry, O'Laughlin, Flnne- Ham-series - TWO FAVORITES IN THE TWIN in the Twin City popularity contest this week, jumping from fourth to second place, several of his admirers now being busy canvassing Coicman In his behalf. Ray Haragan, of the Officers-C- apt Frank neichert, Bertrands, still leads by a comE. Edward J. Wolfe, Stelnbock, fortable maigln, while Secretary Eddie Stelnbock and Johnnie KenThomas D. Cllnes. running Umpires Alvln Wells, Mulligan, ealey; of fixe IC of C, are showing The in the first division. Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. made by Tim McLaughlin, of tho Olympics, last Sunday in tho field meet has made him an added CITY LEAGUE. starter, an admirer starting him in votes. The the race with twenty-tw- o winners will not have to worry about elimination series, etc., to take a baseball trip In the fall, but will get to see the games that make baseball history. Remember It Is easy to get votes. New subscriptions twenty votes each, renewal ballot in subscriptions ten each, paper one vote. The standing to t F gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. phy, 0. Voas, G. Kller. Trinity Council Shadburn, Moore, Kaiser, Bosler, Bluel Sprunk, Connolly, D Sandninn, Cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammer- man, Schwind, Neumeyer. Gill chanms Hack Tracer Lleber.N Murphy Brownfl,di SdehanTyfjaek Curran M Sheehan, SERIES. CONTEST. Mackln DOIjANS' TROUBLES. Tom Dolan, the tobacco man, met Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings At great reductions in prices. These are all new and fresh goods and must be disposed of in order to make room for stocks that will arrive soon for fall trade. star twhler, made a decided spurt Tom Dolan, the Twelfth ward Coun Council's f iiK,' "V Ha.3 date: Haragan, Bertrands Morris, Mackln Rr '& 1 Stelnbock, Kenealey, J. Scully, Kllloran, HIggins, Coleman, HH - ai' iMi iH MATTINGLY, Champs O'Brien, Champs Mattingly, K. of C Sheehan, Champs R. Pontrich, Imperials Schulte, K. of C.J1 Thornton, Mackln A Bertrands K. of C. .. Olympics Orioles scorer 533 312 301 ......199 133 13 3 113 100 90 80 .... 90 77 70 70 cllman, one Monday and invited the T latter to take a ride with him In ! new "Henry," which he had his a tM just purchased that day and was learning how to operate without the aid of an instructor. After nar Now For the Palm Beach Suits rowly escaping lunnlng down sev eral traffic cops and avoiding col lislons with street cars and other vehicles the Ford ownor then said he would take his guest home. Councilman Dolan jumped nt the proposition, as for the past hour he had been wondering if his acci dent insurance was Paid up and INCORPORATED. would the Hibernians turn out In BOTlTPHDNES-26- 35. large numbers If he didn't come out 426 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. to Down Market street alive. Twenty-flis- t they sped, but when Our workmanship is positively tlio best in tho city, niul hacked the new owner attempted to tuin up hy a hou.se of long standing- and financially responsible. in that street toward the CouncilOur service not equaled. and man's home at Twenty-fliPortland tho auto balked. Nothing daunted, the tobacco mun turned HVWVVUVHMMVVUMHMVMWUMtUmVMHHMVMUM his Ford around and went up Mar ket street to get another start at Twenty-firsat On the second tempt the auto just kept merrily down past tho fateful corner, noth That time comes for every man. The only way to pre- ing like a turn, being made despite of the new $ pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put the franctlc efforts owner. After trying for an hour. it in a savinga account at interest. during which time quite a crowd' had 'gathered, with many sugges SAVB FOIl A IIOMK-SA- VE tlons offered, the chaffeur gave up FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE in disgust, and went In Twentieth AND INVEST-SA- VE street, where the auto turned easy. FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE t $$ "'' 50c tf 50c CLEANING AND DYEING C(X - st t. NO MORE PAY DAYS! PONTRICH, Imperials. Knights of Columbus. CITV LEAGUE. The popularity of the Twin City League was attested to last Sunday afternoon when a large crowd attended the annual field meet, but In the opinion of the league officials It should have been larger, many of those who enjoy the splendid games of ball at Shawnee Park throughout TWIN Ohllgschlager, Trinity Burke. Bertrand Chester, Orioles..:. Ttnsler. Trinity Scheckler, Mackln McLaughlin, Olympics A Lally, Mackln Voor, Imperials.". Hogan, Champs jjfTf. Harrigan, Imperials.?. Schieman, Mackln Donnelly, Trinity v Cronen, Mackln, s. Burns, scorer Dalton, Olympics.. Murphy, Olympics. 70 70 60 CO HITS 'EM HARD. FOR INDEPENDENCE. 50 43 34 33 26 32 24 23 23 22 ., 3 Os'E DOLLAR starts a Savings Account 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 given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old J. Murphy,. Bertrands Flynn, Bertrands Bossmeyer, K. of C Eschmann, Imperials P.lrnsl. K. of C German Insurance BanK Under the Big Clock Second and Market State Government Supervision. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. wmmmmmmi I Ho HcKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BIIOADVAY. it P. ! f I ; MKH"lH"M"frt"H M. J. BANN9N, Kt II II II U II HU I I I I I ! BANKON. Jft., LAWRENCE Pr. I Her. VIh Tm. 1 Tims. j. VEENEMAK, SKrtterjr. IIP. Swer BANNON Calvert Pipe, PIPE CO. Yrit f I Baaaea's PatcBt Lidded Pise fer Steam Csadalts. Wall CeisiBjf, Drain Tile, Brick, $ Fire rreeaBg, Fle Llaiag, Fire BricK Grate and Seller Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Ckiauu? es. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONS6 CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. X WORKS 13tkadBreck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and tOttt. 573-178- 6. TiiniiiMiiit MiimiMiinniniHMiiiiMniniH painful. "Now." said the Senator, "all In 425 W. Jefferson Street be- - the audience who are members Of UPSTAIRS STORE. The Louisville ball club will the summer not showing their ap- gin a e series with Kansas the Knights of Columbus will please preciation by being present or con- City this afternoon, two of the arise." Several men arose, and the to- tributing to tho cause. Tho results games being in a double-headSenator said: In the field meet were: "That's the difference one crowd monow, and both Managers Clymer Schulte, Knights of Columbus and Shay will bo called upon to (is ashamed of their organization team, first; O'Laughlin, Olympic show their ability as leaders, these) while the other is proud of theirs." Whore the homo is JptSmmmmmSl Where work Is quickly team, second; Schieman, Mackln meaning much In tho battle The Senator's explanation made a brightest; dono; Council, third, and Kllloran, Fames pennant flag. If the Colonels decided hit, and "covers the bill" for the 1 Where tho work la Orioles, fourth. Whero cooking seems inorouBiuy, can win a ma:oniy me" &" lightest; Circling O'Laughlin, niic in ns irnnil as out of the race, bases real fan; Olympics, first; Morris, Mackln as they can not make up the loss GOES TO KOJIE. Whore the meal Whero baking gives deCouncil, second, and Kllloran, on tho long road trip soon io cumu. cooked best; light; Meyer, recently Orioles, third. Rev. Fulgence Also in that event the pennant will Whero drudgo Is out of Long distance throw Joe Mur- lie between Indianapolis and Louis- named foi Assistant Postulator of Whoro tho rango stands tho test sight phy, Bertrand team, first; Mclntyre, ville, the latter having the best of the Franciscan order, and who Is That's where tho Thnt's Olympic, second, and Davis, Mackln the schedule, as all games whero the from known to many In Louibville, will "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes Council, third. Murphy threw the September 2 to Cfctober 1, the clossoon sail for Rome, as tho new In. in. ball 315 feet, and Mclntyre and ing day. will bo, played at Eclipse office requires residence in the Davis threw "303 and 208 feet, re- Park, wlillo the Hooslers have some Eternal City. The business of the Quick Moal Gas Ranged Sold, Installed and niglily Recommended spectively. awav from home, three of those to Postulator Is to conduct and preRelay race Olympics, first; Ber- be played here. , Another break in pare tho processes of canonization trands, second, and Knights of favor of our boys is the fact that and beatification of the saints of Columbus, third. Time, 40 5 sec- after leaving Kansas City they aro tho three Franciscan orders. onds. scheduled for sIj? games at ColumObstacle race Delehanty, Mackln bus, who have been easy for them ST. HOWARD'S PICNIC. Council, first; W. Murphy, Trinity, so far, that Is unless we aie given second, and Mclntyre, Olympics, the unpleasant surprise handed us The annual picnic or St. Edward's be third. Time, 25 seconds. by the Milwaukee team unuer iia church, of Joffersontown, will next The game between the Blues and new leader, given at Oechsner's Grove, teams, was won by Reds, Wednesday, August 23, and the peo- dive- us a trial for first-claservice. We are as the former, the features being tho plo of that congregation invite tneir FONTAINE FERRY. pitching of Mattingly for the winclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and to come and spend a city frlendB ners, the hitting of Kenealey and declared to be the only pleasant day at this country grove. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable An the fielding of N. Murphy and one of act kind in the world will Interurban cars will leave the- - Jef its chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. The success of the whole headline tho bill in the theater at ferson street Station every half hour Burke. affair was due to the untiring ef- Fontaine Ferry Park next week. from 1:30 o'clock on. forts of Capt. Reichert, Ed Wolfe will be the Chung Ewa and Tom Cllnes, who labored early This billquartette of Chinamen wh.o COMING FROM JASPER. a boosting the field meet. Four, gained a big reputation In and late in have Tomorrow tho league resumes its this country as singers, A former The Catholic Knights of Jasper, games at Shawnee Park, tho Louisville girl and her partner will Ind., are coming to Louisville on an SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. schedule as follows: Orioles vs. K. be on the bill In- Joe McSbane and excursion tomorrow and will bring of C, Bertrands vs. Olympics, Im dainty duo a large crowd. They will be met at Both Phones 2300. The perials vs. Champs, and Trinity vs. Arris Hathaway. steps in dancing the Seventh-stredepot at 11 offers some novel Standing to date: Mackln. besides entertaining wun seveiui o'clock, and those who do not Tomorrow the league resumes Its song selections. 'Jack Horton and trend tho day with friends and , schedule and will play the city Mile. La Trlska,-- "The Clown and lelatlves will 'bo shown SALE or EXCHANGE the first gamei at 2 o'clock be- the Human Doll,' should be found and taken to the ball games In tho ing as follows: Orioles vs. K. of C, diverting. Harry Stettner and Edna afternoon. $5.00 AND UP. Bertrands vs. Olympics, Imperials bo on the bill. vs. Champs and Trinity vs. Mackln. Hantzbigwill also enjoying a great pool Is HIGHLY PRIZED. The The second games will be Imperials CO.: unless we have a drop St. Patrick's Cathedral In Belfast, vs. Mackln, Olympics vs. K. of C, season, and INCORPORATED. will report in the temperature It Us openlug. Ireland, is the repository of a Bertrands vs. Orioles and Trinity vs. the best season since 333 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phone 135 highly prized rellqulary, known as Champs. Standing to date: "St .Patrick's hand." It Is conW. L. Pet Clubs BT3 TOLD TIU3SI. tained In a massive silver case, 2 14 .875 K of C with the two A small boy astride of a donkey shaped like a hand, episcopal bless11 S .687 Champs was taking some supplies to, an fingers bent as if in S 11 .667 Mackln got there Just as a ings. Well authenticated accounts 8 8 .500 army camp and Imperials preceded by say that It was on the altar of the detachment of soldiers, past. S 8 .500 Olympics ancient Abbey of Downpatrlck, a band, was matching 7 .437 9 Bertrands was The lad dismounted and held the whence Jt bygone stolen In the "old, 11 5 .312 Orioles. JThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth times," that It In his unhappy, 16 0 .000 bridle of the donkey tightjy Trinity was Rescued and treasured by suchand. "Why are you holding ou to your cessive Catholic families In the v at COLOKUD PRIEST'S JUBILEE. brother so hard?'' asked a group of County Down, who of length gave INCORPORATED Father The Rev. Charles R. Uncle, of soldiers who were standing near It to the keeping late of Castlewellan. He Baltimore, the first American negro and wanted to tease the country Sole Owners Registered Diat. No. 33 in turn bestowed the precious relic ordained a priest, will celebrate his bov twenty-fift- h anniversary next afraid he .'might enlist," said on the late Most Rev. Dr. Denvlr, Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 "I'm West Main Street. the lad without batting an eyelash. Bishop of Down and Connor. .five-gamer IMPOHTANT SEMES. 15 "I will do that," said the Sen14 ator. "All who are In the audiehce 13 who are members of tho Guardians 1- of Liberty will please stand up." Not a man arose and the silence was 22 22 15 bus.' 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