lClJVTUOICY IjRI Oil AMUKIOAN.
KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.
vee to tbt Social as Moral isvaacencouat of Irish Amerlcaaa and Catholics
Officially Indorsed by Ancleot Ordar ol Hibernians, Yoanf Men's
Institute aod CatboKc Knights ot America.
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ONE DOLLAR month keeps
you on the payroll in event
of disability caused by sick
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Ben L Bruner, President.
Sixth Floor, Paul Jones Building
Free Concerts by Natiello $ Band
BIO WICW .
Entirely sanitary. Fresh running wa
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS
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Atarsss all CeeeUatlsaa to KENTUCKY IMSH AFRICAN. ilf-ZI West Octsa St.
GIVEN BY THE
MASK FT STSttT
LOUISVILLE. KY SATURDAY. JULY 12. 1913
Evansvllle. Ind., July 7.
Kentucky Irish American:
Upon entering the sixteenth
pleas accept my sincere con
gratulations. You have done
exceedingly well In the past
fltteen years. You have fought
your battles for religion, truth,
Justice and for clean politic
nobly well. Your motto is
"For God, Church and Truth;
Do Riglit and Fear No One.
That should be the motto of
every true Christian and of
every Catholic paper. Of the
many English papers that come
to my home, I prefer the
Kentucky Irish American and
the Louisville Record. Both
are excellent Catholic paperi
and they should be found In
every Catholic home In the
States of Kentucky and In
diana. Continue, my friend, in
your fight for the church and
her doctrines; in your struggles
for right and Justice. May.
God for many yeara te come
bless and protect you. More
power to you. Ad multos
annos. Yours, J. H. H.
Clay King has been visiting his
b:ather, John J. King, at Frankfort.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lubbers will
arrive home Tuesday from their trip
In the House of Commons the
' opponents of 'home rule for Ireland
suffered another overwhelming de
feat. The motion of Bonar Law, the
.opposition leader, to reject the home
rule bill, was defeated by vote of
852 to 243, and the measure men
passed its third reading
division. The bill
Miss Florence L. Mlnton ' had as
her guest this week Miss Nell Oreen,
Ben Hutti and sister. Miss Babe
Kutti. left Monday for month's
slay in Iowa. . -
MIbs Nellie Meagher accompanied
the Misses Griffin home to Frankfort
and visited there this week.
Miss Mamie Donahue left last
Saturday for a two weeks' visit to
Atlantic City and New York.
Frank X. Drlscoll lhas Just returned
from Frankfort, where be has .been
visiting as the guest of relatives.
Misses Honor and Benlta Murphy
are home from Kansas City, where
they apent several weeks visiting
Mary 'Helen Wheat Is the name of
the pretty little girl who arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zacb
Wheat on July 4.
Mrs. 'Andrew Gallagher and two
children, of Omaha, are visiting Mrs.
without ' Gallagher's mother, Mrs. Kate Han-
will now go to
tie House of Lords. Here it will be! Misses Mary, Anna and iMargaret
rejected of course, but when passed 'McGovern, of Flora Heights, were
. ' ,, nm. i,last week guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hi; tun uj vutj iiuwo " -
will become law.
PHOENIX HILL PARK
Open For the Season.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR
This beautiful Fark has been greatly
improved and is furnished with perfect
equipment throughout. Societies aad
parties should consult the management
of Phoenix Mill before closing eoiitractt.
' HARRY DECKER.
AND 80 VERY CHEAP
On the Elegant Steamers
City of Louisville
City of Cincinnati
One ot the above steamers leaves
the Wharfboat, foot ot Third street,
every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes about
seventy-five miles up the beautiful
Ohio, where she meets the return
boat, arriving home about 7 p. m.
ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c
Mark Sloan in New Albany.
Misses Catherine Desmond and May
iClalre have gone to Indianapolis Tor .morrow they play as follows: Bruins
a two-weens- visit wixn jura, rsoonan.ys .Shamrocks, Champions vs. Ath
While the Liberal Government
feels confident of success, the des-
.1 - tv.. Tn-loa la not f firth in
y:.t.u.. . ...... - - who te Mlgg Desmond's aunt.
the following press dispatch received
Wednesday from London: Misses Aileen Hannan and Bessie1 standing to dater
A new Unionist attempt to place Hannan will be hosts at a danre to-
a further obstacle In the way of the night at Sennlng's Park in honor ot Champions.
TWIN CITY LEAGUE.
Th defeat of the Champions by
the Kentucky Oaks pulled the for
mer out of first place last Sunday
and the victory of the Spring R?aks
over the Shamrocks gave the Kols
Cross team the lead, but their vlc
tory waa a little lucky, as the Sham
rocks were without a pitcher, their
center fieiler and catcher, Hoan
and Hines, alternating in twirling,
The1 Bruins are coming strong ngnlu
and changes may be expected
weekly that will be surprising. To-
letlcs, Kentucky Oaks vs. Hep
burns. Spring Bank vs Cadets. The
enactment of the home rule- bill for-.their cousin. Miss Margie McCrann,
Ireland waa announced in the House of Omaha,
of Lords this afternoon by the , ,
Marquis of Lansdowne, Unionist Misses Marie Coleman and Estelle
leader. When the bill is submitted ( Lodde m ill leave itoday to attend a
to the'Lords for second reading on . house party at Sauk, Wis. 'Before
Monday, Lord Lansdowne will move returning tfoey will visit relatives in
"that this house decline to proceed
with the consideration, of the bill
until it has been submitted to the
judgment of the country." The
Union lsU believe tney nave oiscov.
Milwaukee and Chicago.
Mrs. Raymond Stanton, East
Chestnut street, Jeffersonvllle, has
been entertaining Miss Florence
W. L. Pet
..7 3 .700
Shamrocks 6 3 .667
Spring Banks.; 6 3 .667
Kentucky Oaks 6 4 .600
Hepburns 3 5 .375
Athletics.. 3 . 6 .333
Cadets 3 6 .333
Bruins 3 7 .300
ANOTHER RIVER VICTIM.
The large circle of fripnds of
Patrolman Timothy McCarthy wero
honor several pleasant socials were
red a flaw in the Parliament act i ifeiiv nr piovelBmi hhio. in whose grieved and shocked when they
which provides tor me passage i
bills over the heads of the Peers
within a specified period. Thoir
contention la that if the House of
Lords postpones dealing with the
Irish home rule bill by an adjourn
ment to a date beyond the life of
the preesnt Parliament, the Libera!
Government will be powerless to
force legislation because the Parlia
ment act overlooks the possibility of
the Upper House giving Itself a pro
longed vacation and going on a
virtual strike against legislation.
It seema probable that the Marquis
of Lansdowne'a motion is a pre
liminary to the taking ot some auch
learned of his death by drowning in
the Ohio river on the evening of tt.e
I Fourth of July. For several days
Vrlwarrl fnwan Tr anrl later he WBB Unwell and Off duty, and in
iiae fv nnri Tmeirta fnwan. of an endeavor to seek relief from the
Dayton. Ohio, arrived here Tuesday, heat he went to the river at Four-
anil are vlalttna- their aunts, the .eeniu sired. 10 torn gu, accon-
Mlssea O'Nell, 520 West Breckin- Pn' hy James Lynch and Edward
ridee street - I Mulligan. McCarthy had act been
long in the water nerore ne was
Mrisa Roaemarr Flanaean. of East 'aelzed with cramps. Despite his call
Rr-nHnrirtM atBt who baa hn or help and all efforts to save him
Local storekeepers and
in the internal revenue
passed resolutions Monday night
arraianinsr the City Hospital man
agement., This action waa followed
by the appointment of an investigat
ing committee, who have discovered
that there waa no grounda tor the
resolution or any neglect upon the
part of the hospital authorities. The
investigation ahould have taken
visiting her brother, A. J. Flanagan,
In Chicago, will spent the rest of the
month with friends In Milwaukee and
.Miss Susan MeDermott, daughter
of T.lpnt ftav. Edward J.' MeDermott.
gaugers been .V8itinjr her father in rank
service . fcrt Wbere he is occupying the
Gubernatorial chair during the ab
sence of Gov. MoCreary.
Only on English toil were the
Stars' and 8tripea treated with disre
spect on the Fourth. How different
in France and other countries,
where Old Glory waa seen every
where and the day celebrated with
the greatest enthusiasm. And
England would draw the United
States Into an alliance.
' Never before was the City Hospital
as well conducted as under the pres
ent regime, which baa brought that
Institution up to a atandard unsur
passed la any like Institution in the
country. Certain the editor of the
Post must have been suffering with
colic when he referred to the hospital
All honor to the Knights of Colum
bus, whose portrayal of the "Sign
ing of the Declaration of Independ
ence" awakened tna American
spirit ot patriotism among the
thousands who enjoyed a day long to
Misses Katie and Mamie Keegan
were given a happy welcome home
this week upon their return from a
tl'ree months' trip to Kansaa city and
the WeBt, where they represented one
o( our leading dry goods stores.
he sank,, and when the body waa re.
covered by Martin Kellahar life
was extinct. He Is survived by his
father, Timothy McCarthy, Sr., and
two slaters, Mrs. Joesph Linton and
Mrs. John Linton. The last aad rites
over tho remains were conducted
Sunday afternoon at St. Patrick's
church.' the pallbearers being Lieut
Pat Mullen, Lieut. Scbunp and
Patrolmen Savage, Slmcox, O'Hare.
Relihan, Lawler, Allen, . Connelly,
Kiley and Sage.
TRIXITY COUVCIL PICNIC.
The annual picnic of Trinity
Council, Y. M. I., will take place at
Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesdny
with euchre and lotto in the after
noon and dancing and cabaret show
to be the features in the evening.
Mrs. 'Rose Ansback, who for yeara
has been prominent In Catholic church
and society circles, left last week' for .The dancing will be conducted
Chicago, where she expects to make'der the auspices of the Trinity do
ner future home. The moernian ciai i;iud, wnicn insures a pieasam
Ladles' Auxiliary and a host ot friends
regret her departure from Louisville.
Many will witness a pretty wed
ding ceremony at the Sacred Heart
Retreat chapel at 6 o'clock Thursday
morning, July 24, when Miss Eva.
Rose Forstlng and Joseph. E. Sparks
will be married with a nuptial mass.
Miss Forstlng la the sister ot Mrs.
M. C. Moran and la a young lady
of many accomplishments, and the
groom ia widely known and popular
throughout the city.
evening in the dance hall. A hand
some and numerous line of prizes
have been secured for the euchre
HIBERNIAN SOCIAL CLUB
On the Steamer Corona
mom A Y EVENING, JUL Y 14, 1913
Boat Leaves Foot of First St. at 8:30
Jeffersonvllle at 8:45
REAL COUNTRY PICNIC
AXNA HYNE8 HURT.
k m.U. .. n .. .. r. 1 Ih . .,hI la
tliat of Miss Josephine Shafer and 'Jjll"',
John .Elliott Sheehan, both being
very popular In Catholic circles, tue
Mias Anna Hynes, the seventeen-
year-old daughter of Thomas Hynes,
7 IS South Twenty-third street, was
ran down by a motorcycle ridden by
William Pence at Twenty-third anrt
Broadway last Sunday afternoon,
sustaining injuries that have sine
confined her to her home. With
Miss Anna Doyle she waa crowding
the atreet, the former escaping wl'h-
Miss Hynes. wno was
rendered unconscious, was attended
by Dr. M. J. Brennan, who found
that she was suffering from bruises
10 case piace ai i. aiar- nA intarnii ininria
a church next Wednesday after- tne ttnfortunate girl was graduated
)n at 8: SO o clock, Rev. Father from the Sacred Heart Academv.
Miss Blanche Kennedy, a stenog
rapher residing at 1105 Baxter ave
nue, had a narrow escape from seri
ous Injury at Third and Jefferson
lat Tuesday morning. While cross
ing the street she was atruck by a
street ear and knocked down, but
fortunately fell away from the
wheels and evcaped with alight
bruise. Mlsa Kennedy waa carried
lnt tb Tyler Hotel and tared, for
and M then taken to her tiouiti
Louis Ohle to unite them In marriage
The happy eouple will take a honey
moon trip Eastward and on their re
turn home will go to housekeeping
at 411 West Breckinridge atreet.
ANOTHER AUTO VICTIM.
Pence was arrested and charged with
GOOD FERRY BILL.
Edward Whalen, the fifteen-year-old
son of Dennis Whalen, T19
South Eighteenth street, is another
victim of the automobile.- Young
Whalen was riding his bicycle Satur-"' giving the best show
Next week at Fontaine Ferry a
bill of unusual merit and Interest
will be offered in the vaudeville
theater for its patrons. Louis
vllllans who enjoy this form of
amusement ran not but appreciate
the fact that Manager Bllcer is
cf this kind
day evening at Eighteenth and
Broadway when he was run down by
an automobile owned and driven by
J. E. (."bowing, being knocked to
the atreet and receiving brulsee end
Injuries that have since oonflneu
blm to his home. He Is under the
care of Dr. Naeflln and will soon
be able to be out agaiu.
that he can book, and that the acta
which are playing at Fontaine Ferry
from week to week are the same as
then v.hlch are given on the big
vaudeville circuits during the win
ter. The awlmoilng pool offers
many allurements for those who
like to go Into the water, and with
Ihe free band concerts and other
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH AT PEWEE VALLEY
. Wooldridge's Grove, Wooldridge Station
Take Louisville and Eastern Electric Cars
TUESDAY, TUIvY 22, 1018
TICKETS 10c. MEALS 25c.
Every ticket entitlea holder to a chance on Fine Kitchen Cabinet. In add!
tion the following prises will be awarded; Sow with young ones; a beautiful
band-made Lace Bed Covering, consisting of spread, brlster cover, etc ; a Life
sized Dressed Doll, aod a Fine Umbrella to the candidate for public office polling
mo raoai votes id ine popularity contest, music. Ketresnments.
PICNIC AND OUTING
TRINITY COUNCIL No, 230, Ye Me L
AT PHOENIX HILL PARK
EUCHRE AND LOTTO
DANCING AND CABARET SHOW
Tuesday, July IS. 1013.
All Over ,
. The House.
Sapinsky Bankrupt Stocks and
all of our own regular stocks.
Men's and Boy's Clothing, Fur
nishings, Hats and Shoes. Ladies'
and Girls' Shoes and Hosiery.
THIRD AND MARKET.
The Last Dollar
That yoa apent for something yon did not NEED would have started a jj
SAV1NUS AC.UUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED
twice a year; There MAY COME a time wbea yoar "LAST DOLLAR" r
most be spent (or somethiag yon DO NEED. The SAVING now of the
dellars you are watting- might keep that "bard time" from ever coming.
Ky. Title Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
Fifth and Court Place. ,
Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p.
CENTRAL FURNITURE CO.
N. W. Car, Third aad Oreca Su.
We furnish the home com
plate oa easy payments
WM. CALUOHAN. Mgr. Ssrae bam
attractions the Perry offers amuse
ment, rest and recreation.
Agents wanted everywhere to sell
our beautiful line of Sacred Plo-
urea (Outholtc), Fruit and Flower
Oleographs, for framing and post
card. You can earn 15 dally. Im
port Distributing V'ompaoy, 26 Wea
orty-tecoDd strttet, New York, City.
A LITTLE DIFFERENT
A LITTLE BETTER
For Less Money
Mil L MAYER,
413 7. MAE3ET ST. ,
H We Give and Redeem!
l ytta ii i i rrrr
THE PROFIT IS CO,
r litmimjMnvt -
"The Only Stamp With a Cash Value,"
PROFIT-SHARING CERTIFICATES have a cash t
t value at our store of 10 cents per page or 12 1-2
t cents per page in merchandise, which is equivalent I
Z to $2.00 in cash or $2.50 in merchandise for every X
I $100 purchase. But you do not have to wait until f
T your purchases amount to $100, as we redeem a I
f single full page of PROFIT-SHARING CERTIFI- X
J PROFIT-SHARING CERTIFICATES will be
I issued on charge purchases when bills are paid on or t
I before the 10th of the following month.
59 Years On Guard'
Your Money Guarded
The interest and all that a part of your weekly
earnings would aoon amount to in this safe old
bank will come in mighty handy one of these daya
for helping you to buy. a new home, pick up a
good paying investment or start you in a buaineaa
of your own.
Bring us regularly apart of your earnings and
we will pay you interest on it compounded every
six months until you are ready to use it
For 59 years we have been faithfully
safeguarding the people's money and we
offer you the same protection under the
direct tuperviaion of the State of Kentucky.
A dollar devotit atartM vou. Bta'm
today. It it what you save that count
X German Insurance Bank
""oat hi lif a . r. .
207-211 W. Market Street
Between 2nd and 3rd
KtW,rW,: A. P.W UacVlca Praa,
.. J(a E. H. Mir. Srm. D..
Alftad Struck, Edw. F. P.r. C. Kopo-iar,
rbaiy C W-Uck, A. P. Wiokbc.
GRAND ALL-DAY PICNIC
FOR THB BENEFIT OP
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
HOENIX HILL PARK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23
COUNTRY CHICKEN DINNER.
. Encore and Lotto Games at 3 and 8 o'clock with many bandsores
Xards. Amateur night for singers for prize of $5 in gold. Amuse
meats for young sod old, and latest music by Collins' Band.
Grand prizes on the entrance tickets, which are only 10 cents.
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