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X PATRONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL w Second and Drecklarldge I VOLUME XXXINO1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAy JULY S n FIVE GENTS EDUCATIONAL Convention nt Xew Orleans the Most Practical and Useful Yet Held Opened With a Pontifical Iligl Mass by Bishop Allen of Mobile Monsignor Shahan of Catholic University Delivers First Address FULLER REPORTS NEXT WEE New Orlenhs was this week thronged with the leading Catholic educators of the United States attending the National Catholic Educa tional Association convention Kentucky and all tho other States were well represented and the delibera tlons of the convention were of vital Interest to Catholics and will be pro ductive of splendid results Tho Pontifical mass on Tueday was cele brated by thp Right Rev Edward P Allen Bishop of Mobile with Bishops Gallagher Shaw Van do Ven Lynch and Morris aniVupany other high church dignitaries pres ent Monsignor Thomas P Shahan of the Catholic Unlverrlty at Washing ton delivered opening address from which we extract the following Outside of the Catholic church modern education is everywhere marked by an absence of the relig Ious hostility in its regard when thero is not an avowed enmity and persecution It is asserted that all religions being false or only forms of a common superstition their con tent is vain and their influence Is worse Education seems to have no other province than the present no ether than temporal and material ideals On the other hand the ev ident decay of juvenile morality alarms an increasing number of teachers and administrators of edu cation and large volumes could be and are today filled with the uad admission of foremost authorities in educational work But a few attempts are made to stop tno rising tide off pure secularism that Is Invading these schools which recognize tiof1xed r llglous teachings i3ut Ir vJew of tthe eoft ceo schools training of their teach ers the principles of their admin istration and the spirit that they presuppose and In turn feed and confirm It Is hard to see how In this respect any serious Improvement can como about No teaching of course can be long carried out without ideals of some kind Naturalism tho prevailing philosophy of our day furnishes not a few of the ideals that sustain and comfort teachors and pupils In those schools that havo no positive religious affiliations Eedenlsm or the doctrine of pleas ure In its various shadings tho world itself with the charms of travel and tho contentment of natural curiosity the domain of art with tho satisfaction of higher and finer yearnings of the soul the pur suit of social r form in moro or less Utopian way tho purely nature origins of religious Instinct tho his tory of philosophic schools and opinions and of late an Intense pursuit of purely physical Ideals the cultivation of literature domestic and foreign not to speak of the highly praiseworthy development of the patriotic instinct seem to round out the ideal activities of our modern educational word Together they make up the citlturlefen of today and exhibit at their best the purposes and uses of our costly modern educa tion In themselves and individually they may be and aro useful and de sirable outlets for human activities But as a complete circle of human Ideals as representing the final aim and uses of education they are necessarily disappointing On all sides there arise outcries agalusl the frivolity and insignificance of much of our modern education and its good and useful elements arc overlooked amid a rather general vexation at Its failures No one maintains that our youth is more docile obedient reverential than formerly more respectful of law and order In educational methods and equipment a habit and a sprit of change are creating a kind of despair Modern education It is not too much to say lacks in many places unity purpose logic balance continuity nor can these defects be without a depressing influence on the armies of pupils who must go through such schools A disinterested observer could snot but wonder at certain features of It The painful toll Of dropping buckets into empty wells And growing old and drawing nothing up Two noble traits of our Christian society seem threatened by this universal worship of the present and its fleeting advantages I mean the sense of vision and tho power of sacrifice The sense of tho future once keen and vivid in our society has boon considerably weakened by the decay ot religious teachings i concerning the destiny of the human soul accountability divine judgment and the life to come It seems to many that this la one reason why the imrsnit of pleasure and the means thereto fen now eo keen and goes on- regardleaeof any restraint of law or cuetorgrPErhape alto 1tts why there ItI nosyRio little joyous con atrubthe imagination so little- poetry and art thosb lovely works of freeranging vtoion at price JVe utl fill and popular tNrhere that 1V+ 4 I n TTT i KrAMERICAN1913PRICEit is not without reason that so much good work of this kind dates from the ages and lands of Catholic faith askingtodaythat made this nation great as IIt did all young and ardent peoples Is yet with us or whether it has not been seared in the general decay of the religious spirit anti temper On Tuesday afternoon the meet- Ing of the Provincials and Superiors ot religious communities of Sisters was held an admirable address was given by Rev William Power S 14 on the observation of the teachers rule the best aid to the teacher In pedadoglgsAn discus sion on the problem of education was held on Tuesday evening and Important stops were taken for the cooperative study of tho various phases of this subject A paper on the curriculum was rend at the morning cession by Rev Francis W Howard and was dis cursed by Father Spalding of Chl byKpractical held in the history of the association JOHN SLATTERN DEAD John J Slattery long prominent in business and Catholic circle died Sunday afternoon at his residence 030 South First street following an Illness Incident to his advanced age mannorstrictduty imposed upon him together with a strong sense of devotion to any cause he espoused made for him a legion of friends who admired his lovable disposition and strong char actor Born In Ireland Mr Slattery came to this country in his youth In early manhood he exhibited rare business instincts and was the founder and first President of the ToddDonlgan Iron Company from which he retired only three years ago Surviving him are his widow two sons Emmett and William B and one daughter Miss Mary Siat tery The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Mary Magdalond church and was attended by sor rowing friends and acquaintances from all parts of the city SISTERS OF MERCY The Sisters of Mercy who con dty t the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy on East Broadway will enter upon their annual retreat next Monday This retreat which will con tinue until July 16 will be conducted by the Rev Father MarKof the Passion 1st order At its close thou final vows will be taken by Sister Mary Cecilia who was formerly from Atlanta and who Is a niece of Slater farvJone 1 v fonner Mother o fJiIFCd J1lI iAU gnst the nitlbaI ers of Mercy who teach at the Holy Family School In Columbus Ohio accompanied by some of the Louisville members of the order will go to Columbus to attend the diocesan educational association which meets there every year- IMPRESSED COUNCILMEN Councilmen Thomas Dolan and Jerry Ktng returned the first of the week from Cleveland Ohio where they attended the annual gathering of the agents of the New York Life Insurance Company They wore also present at the military field mass last Sunday In Rockefeller Park and say it was the grandest and most Im posing sight they ever witnessed Such a gathering of uniformed Cath olic societies attending mass in the open air under Gods sunlight was a revelation to them and altogether different from tho penal days In Ireland CATHOLIC FEDERATION I The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation will beheld next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club and all delegates are urged to be present Rev Father Charles P Raffo has accepted an In vitation to deliver an address This will make the meeting one of more than ordinary Interest It IS expected that Louisville will send quite n delegation to the national convention to bo held at Milwaukee next month anti those who desire can secure all necessary Information front Eugeno J Cooney who has been named Chair man of a committee that is arranging the trip from this city LAWN FETE Next Wednesday and Thursday afternoon and evening July 9 and 110 St Anns Seventh and Davies avenue wjlll give a lawn fete to raise hinds to help pay for the street Im provements Father Hill thinks this will be the most successful they ever held Ladles will serve supper eaoh day for which they have a reputa tion Sixth street car to the grounds There will be a number of pretty booths and n variety of games and amusements that all will enjoyJ TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council had little business to transact Monday night yet there was a good attendancaand Vice Presi dent Henry Dries was kept quite busy Most of tho time was given to the comJng picnic at Phoenix Hill the reports of the various committees being satlsfkctqry and giving assur ance of a J Ig success SUMMER SCHOOL The Catholic Summer School ot America opened its twentysecond annual session onTuno 29 at its beautiful home at Cliff Haven N Y The Champlain Assembly as it la nedIM longer an experlnxetf It bssdeveloped from a most humble beginningto aiPeat inierulJ versity where lhouands of visitors from every point iaitemble to tltend the interesting and popular series of lictures on CithoHef life and Ideals u NEXT JUNE Will liriAg final Consuminntloi of Home RtlcFor Old Ireland r Asquith Ministry till Last Until the Measure Becomest n Law British Mossc IJXhspcrntcd Over Cnrsoiis Ulster Orouge Threats TORIES THROW UP THE SPONGE We have had a quiet though mo mentous week In Parliament cables Hon T P OConnor M P from London The Ministry Is proceeding quietly and steadily through the re tnninlng stages of the Irish and Welsh bills the Tories having an nounced that they would make no attempt to amend the Irish bill It passed through two of Its stages In an almost empty House of Commons and with feeble opposition and In one stage actually without even a division The remaining stage will go through possibly without even n debate So far as the House of Commons Is concerned the Tories have thrown up the sponge Their countrybringingmuch more numerous and enthusias tic than theirs have convinced them there Is no hope whatever that the sympathymththreats of civil war In Ulster have exasperated Instead of frightened the British masses problblyCollowthe Commons and will simply reject the bill without making any attempt to amend It or offer any form of compromise This oil signifies that he Tories now are beginning to realize that Premier Asquiths Min Ittry will last until home rule be comes a law and their hope now la either that the Ministry will fall through a snap division or that a series of bad byelectlona will frighten them or that the Tory Min suc r then x l Ce ii eWIIti1 in tpe ome rule act All of these hopes 1 believe are vain and home rule once more marches steadily to Its final consummation next June One slight cloud on the horizon came from the threecornered fight In the byelection at Leicester This town always has been regarded as a Radical stronghold but owing to the labor unrest and the growth of the Socialist element and the vigorous Intrigue among the labor extremists against Ramsay McDonald who is one of the members for Leicester and leader of the Labor party In the House of Commons because of his skillful and moderate tactics a third candidate fought asa Socialist This led to the danger of a Tory slipping In between the divided democratic forces All of this has produced a good deal of excitement in Parliamentary circles as to the position of Ramsay McDonald as It was felt he Involved In a loss degree the for tunes of the Liberal Ministry The election was fought mainly on thy Insurance net with an occasional mention of the Marconi scandal and some reference to home rule though the lastl did not figure largely at this or any other byelectlbn even tho Orangemen realizing that the Eng lish opinion can not be roused to any feeling against It now The English and Scotch opinion shows everywhere that home rule Is regarded as a set tled question Small seizures of arms Intended for Ulster continue to be made but as most of the guns are too old for mod ern use and are apparently forwarded with such openness as to invite seizure nobody pays the least atten tion except to laugh at such puny attempts at such a serious thing as civil war Altogether cheerfulness has returned almost completely to the Liberals after the long strain of the Marconi scandal and at least ono IIf not two years more of office are given by all the political prophets to Asqulth The majority of 1600 for the Liberal candidate In Leicester was hailed by all the supporters of the Government as a splendid victory and as a great relief considering the tremendous difficulties at tho three cornered fight It Is evident that the hopes of the Tories for such disas trous byelections as will make the final stages of the home rule bill impossible are doomed to disappointment The home rule bill passed the corn mitten stage in the House of Com mons Monday night automatically The opposition loudly protested and callenged division1 which resulted In a vote of 143 to 120 in favor of the bill I SPLENDID SHOWING Very Rev Father M Govern pas ter of St Louis Bertrands church announces that the debt of that church his been reduced to the pres reIductlQatwo years the recelptI from the ape lUCUOnlaveJaxIJIgover50Q her on the recent lawn fete and wIbh the preiettt rate of pregreft Father VcGpverri cexpects to ithedhlwlp- edoutentitelT before the end df htE three years= pastorate lT 4V1NNINNNINKKNr11NNKN the will tor In the publish Kentucky response COMING to EVETSII cerned a list of coming church or society entertainments ins order to avoid unintentional QPposlUoq by thoSe contemplat- S S Ing selecting an entertainment J dateSI Catholic Womans Club Lawn fete Spring Bank Park S Wednesday July 9 iSt Josephs ChUrch Picnic Phoenix HlllPark July 9 churchLawnfete I i Wednesday iHibernian and Thursday Club I July Moonlight Phoenix 14- Trinity Hill Council excursion Paris MondayII St James Bell Club groundS1D Mackln Council Y M I 5 Outing at Stowers Grove July I 24rSt Leos churchPicnic on i church grounds August 6 St Anthonys Hospital Ohrden party Vernon and j Sycamore Wednesday July 23 Picnic Sacred Heart Re treat Phoenix Hill Park I Saturday July 12 Lawn Euchre and loUoSt on Columbas church grounds church July 3031I St Pauls ChurchPicnic at J Phoenix Hill Park August 4 vwvwwvvwvwvwwvv RECENT DEATHS Albert and Haggle Hackel 2413 Cedar street mourn the death of their Infant son Walter B who was claimed by the angel of death Satur day night Tuesday morning tho funeral was held with Interment in St Louis cemetery Though not unexpected news of the death Tuesday morning of Mrs Alma Bowling beloved wife of A Kenrick Bowling l3 South Twenty second street and daughter of Sylvester Rapier cause profound grief among her wide circlel of friends here and throughoutMLtiStatg MnjBuwlln 4iifnYnfPJ lie ind mother and the most profound sym pathy Is felt for tin bereaved hus band and four little girls who survive her The remains were taken to New Haven where she spent her childhood days and the funeral held from St Catherines church Following an Illness cf eighteen months Michael J Norton a veteran of the civil war and former member of the City Council died Monday evening at his home 121 West Jef ferson street Coming to this coun try from Ireland with his parents he had been n resident of Louisville for threescore years always taking an active Interest In everything tending to the citys growth and progress Founder and President of the Kentucky Stove Company and one of the pioneer members of St Patricks parish he was held In high esteem by all with whom he had business or social relations The funeral was lheld Wednesday morning St Pat ricks ohurch being thronged with relatives and friends who mourn his death lils widow Mrs Mary Nor ton three sons the Rev Michael Norton of Pine Bluff Ark James Norton and Daniel Norton and five daughters Mrs F N Hagan and Misses Mary Ella Genevieve and Gertrude Norton survive him QUEEN OF OVADA At the Ovada bazar in Dublin the Lady President Madame de Navarro Mary Anderson was presented by boothIholderscup of the famous Ardagh pattern In response Mary Anderson said Any success you have been so kind as to credit me wlbh I have long ago laid at the feet of the Queen of May whose sweet name I have had the privilege of bearing The Ovada bazar over which Mrs Navarro pre sided was a phenomenal success and an Immense crowd assembled to express their sincere admiration for the manner in which she presided She was Also tho recipient of a mother of pearl fan intertwined with Limerick laceas a token of esteem and affctlon she was styled Queen of Ovada The bazar was held to raise the debt of the Passlonlst Mon astery at Mt Argus Dublin Ireland BIG DAY FOR ALL The Catholic Womans Club under the direction of Mrs J H Buscbe meyer as General Chulrlady has Completed all arrangements for a grand lawn olEo supper and games at Spring Bank Perk next Wednes day afternoon and night All ports of refreshments will be served on the grounds The ladles invite their friends to spend the day with them and enjoy the cool shade and river breezes Greenwood avenue cars stop at the park entrance FATHER WESTEWrANN The Rev Father t B H Neater mann pastor of the IChurch of the Immaculate Concept on Eighth and Orayson will spend t ie month o July at Mount Clement Mich Ilia many friend and the condreffsMibn hope be will return from thli deterred vacation with his health fully tettored SHAMELESS I I South Bend Paper Takes Hard I Fall Out of Evangelist Sunday a Charges MoneyMaking Revival 1st AVlth Purloining Ills Sermons Why He Falls to Give Credit tot IngcrsoUand Ills bellow Ircachcrs ICQNOCLASr ASKS QUESTIONS Billy Sunday the evangelist who has been enriching himself by conducting revivals In a number of cities has recently attracted the at tention of a number of papers by his sensational and coarse methods They have been watching him closely and the assertion has been made that all the seeming good he does Is for filthy gain Only recently he appeared in South Bend Ind which brought forth the following In Branns Iconoclast Bill Sunday never acknowledged that he stole his sermons and lec tures until caught with the goods Confession Is the only answer to a deadly parallel Here Is an article taken from tho South Bend Dally Tribune in which Sunday admits that he is a literary thief but trier to cover his confession with a lie Ask Billy Sunday If he steals some of the material he uses In his sermons and perhaps ho will frankly admit It- That Is he will confess that he pick up hints paragraphs poems and anything else which will assist him In his work only giving the creator of the things the credit when he happens to know their names or when ho thinks of It II The accusation In regard to my stealing the stuff for my sormon makes me tired said the evangelist when approached retarding tho mat ter There Isnt a public speaker today but what does the same thing Every day I get poems and paragraphs and other knickknacks through the mall from people I do rt t know who suggest that I may Hive some use fonf them J clip and jhOUSandB of pchs1hln s myself IflaV ccottrMfotuy 1 II Well when I get ready to work them into my sermons nine chances out of ten l wont know the name of the author But I use then Jusi the same and give those who origin ated them the credit when T can and when I remember It But If I had to stop and give credit for every bit of outsldo matter I work Into the sermons I wouldnt have much time to say anthlng else You bet he wouldnt because he has stolen practically everything Poems and paragraphs and knlcknacks sent through the mails by the authors Is one thing and stealing entire sermons from fellow preachers and lectures from fob Ingersoll Is quite another Did Bob Ingersoll send that string of verbal pearls to Bill by mall Ic It criminal to steal the product of a mans hand and a virtue to steal tho product of his brains When he said There Is not a public speaker today but what does this same thing he seared his craren soul with another lie PRIESTS SILVER JUBILEE The public celebration of the sll H- ienryJAssist church this week was a de worthypriestsacerdotal life are filled with abun dant labor Going forth from the altar of ordination he went weeping sewing his seed But now after twentyfive years of service he comes rejoicing bearing the sheaves of prlestlv merit and of manifold virtues Father Rothheut completed his quarter century as a priest Sun day for on Juno 29 1888 he was ordained In the American College In Louvain Belgium and a few months later came to this diocese The prin cipal celebration of the Jubilee was on Monday morning with the jubilarlan as celebrant of the Jubilee mass Bishop ODonaghuo was present as were many priests of the diocese and also the Abbot of Goth semane the Right Rev Edmond Obrecht Tho deacon of the mass ivas tho Very ReV Dr Bechtold O S B St Melnrad Ind subdeacon the Rev Louis H Spalding Knotts vllle Ky assistant priest tho Very Rev James P Cronin lV G pastor of St Patricks Louisville acolytes the Rev Fathers A C Zoeller tray wick Ky and Celestino Brey of Holy Cross church this city master of ceremonies the Rev Charles P Raffo of St Charles Borromeos church thurlfers the Rev Fahters Keller and Monaghan crcr1s bearer the Rev A Badlna of Hammond Ind deacons of honor to tie Bishop of Louisville the Very Rev Peter Englert 0 F M of St Bonifaces church and the Rev B Henry West ermann of Sjr fcarys church deacons of honor to the Right Rev bbotofQethsClmaB81the Rev J Assent of St Elizabeths church and the Rev Doan J A llogarty of Lebanon who also preached the sermon After the mass dinner wa served j the Bishop and guests when mann weretenderedbration elot d Tuesday when there wt man1t the moraine and an an terUlnment in the evening r the I Children A teature was ihe aetitticl I musical programme under the direction of Prof Hubbuch and Miss Veeneman rendered by the choir and a number of tho leading soloists of the city MORALITY CRUSADES We hear says the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times much of vice crusades and of the necessity for bringing about reform In morals by publicity A great many people seem to think that all that Is necessary In order to make the world a vast deal better Indeed practically to reform the world Is for every one but espe dally the young to know how bad the rest of the world has been In supposedtobe ipthebecome a source of temptation Those who think to reform the world by spredlng Information with regard to vice seem to forget that a great many of the vicious are old and very well Informed They seem not to remem ber that many of the vices which they thing to prevent by the Imparting of Information are common among peo ple well past middle life whose ex periences have taught them all there Is to know In such matters but whose Information has not proved the safeguard that It Is announced it will prove to be for the young It would be well for Catholics not to be carried away by this crusade of morality which may well prove to be a cru sade of Immorality Our young folks If they fulfill their religious duties properly and have a good confessor need no further Imparting ofInforma tion Above all they do not need to be told by all sorts of cranky en thusiasts the curiosities of vice with protected KNIGHTS SEEING RESULTS With several weeks of work already accomplished the Massachusetts State Council and National Conven tion committees of the Knights of Columbus are now seeing the results of their work and all feel assured that the comJng gathering in Boston cf the Knights and their friends from all parts of the country will be the most notable annual convention of the Knights of Columbus that has ever been held The programme that Is being mapped out goes well Into the week beginning Sunday August 3 and inducements In the way of entertainment are toeing offered the committees which they are finding hard work to accept- OBSERVES TRADITION Following the ancient tradition of 8tfs+ PoteNeeege ntiq MIP opeedeaeended Saturday evening to St Peters to pray on the tomb of itbe apostle At sunset all the doors of the bsalllca were closed to the public Accompanied by his court tho Pontiff de scended from his apartment by the elevator to Raphaels logglo from which ho was carried In his chair through the Chapel oB the Sacra ment Jnto St Peters Here the Pope was received by the canons who paid him homage For half an hour the Pope remained kneeling In prayer DOINGS 4T MACKui Just now there Is little doing at Mackin Council the attention of the members being directed to the free outing for the members and their f millet at Stowers Grovo on July 24 The officers and members are determined to make this the event of the season and are preparing a long list Pf games and field sports fort e young and old The other busi ness transacted was routine and un important ATTENDED CONVENTION Louisville was well represented at tbe Catholic Educational Association convention hejd In New OrJoans this week Among those attending from this city wore Brother James Su perior of St Xavlers College and Brother Julian Sister Marie of Naz areth Academy In Nelson county Uls ter Mary Michel of Presentation Academy and Sister Dominica and Sister Mary Dennis of the Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill PICNIC LOTTO EUCHRE Next Wednesday a big allday out Ing will be given by the people of St Josephs congregation at Phoenix Hill Park Euchre and lotto will be played In tho afternoon and for those who desire splendid meals will be served Many special features have been arranged for the enjoyment of those who attend as well as various novel amusements for the children Splendid band concerts will be given both afternoon and night SUMMER IN EUROPE Misses Annie Mary and Katherlne McGlll who have been spending the pst week In New York will sail to day on the Prinzess Irene for a two months trip to Europe Misses Mar garet and Wlnnlfred Connaughton left Monday for New York and will soil today for Naples Miss Bqezle Hannan who spends her summers abroad will Jeave for New York on July 15 and four days later wIn sail for a two months trip to France and Ireland GUILD LOTTO The St Rita Guild jin organiza tion of lladles of this city and Poweo Valley will Inaugurate a monthly series of lotto parties Monday night at Gambrlaus Hall Shelby and Rove lane They will donate the procanda tto the building fund for the new church Father BON ts erecting at Pe ee Valley troreJL dantthladles will serve refresh g3meskthe will be railed at 330 u f rt- Y WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give Thin Office Your Next Order REPUBLICANS Xoinlnato Strong Ticket and Fill HeraldProgressives With Dismay Now Party Proves Most Effect lye Peroxide For Local Republicans t Democratic Ticket Headed by Dr Buschmeycr Gathering Strength Daily WILL BE LIVELY THIS MONTH A crushing blow was given to the hopes of the HeraldProgressive party this past week when the Re publicans filed their nominating petitions for tho coming August primary the Herald followers having boon boasting that the G O P would not be able to muster enoughtcandidates for the various offices Republicanscomestrongest and cleanest tickets in years and superior in every way to tho aggregation of misfits put for ward by the Herald Progresslve party One noticeable feature and for which the G 0 P deserves congratulations Is the fact that tho A P A blgpta and fanatics In gen eral have all flitted into the nonde script ranks of the Progressives in amongthem wagonbeing partyshouldportunity and draw tho lines strong enough to never let this freaky and dangerous clement back Into its ranks and it Is believed by many that after the death of the Herald party In November they will be found as a new acquisition In the Socialist Labor party When the Herald spoke in its columns of the noble representatives of the people on its personally select ed ticket and then published the aspiringroruels it caused a general titter all over town the Herald oven bplng hidothetronthemenlikeNickVaughanAugustusEpublican ticket to even compare them with the misfits selected on the hasbeeuothers of the HeraldProgressive leaders hav become dissatisfied PollcoIudgp ClerkPresprettyhumorousthat ridiculed the Republicans only a short time ago boastIngLoulsvmetoof the municipal government this being In line with his interview with the Herald a short time ago when he toLouisvillethecityIncIdentally Captainsajuryturned a verdict against him and his onHenrypaidIdmay be able to collect the same now since the saloon wrecking Captain backersIn theHeraldcratic ticket headed by Dr Busche ONovemberO our next Mayor anl the other as pirants appealing to all citizens de sirous ot good government and a abusinessDemocratie and above aboard with the exception of the methods pursued by a few character assaslns in the County Asrn nft L LOo fib 4r a r I KENTUOKY Iii Ii 1a 1tJE 12IA 1tiT T J1 tKENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN srofcii 10 the Social lad Moral AdTMceaeaeatal risk Aacrlcui and Csihftllci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtns Institute and CatholiC Knights ol America PubllherItNTuSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY gc BnUrtd it the UalfTlIU PoftotHc a SlIdGI j fUtUr IRISH AMERICAN J192I Welt keel St AMrei all CoamailtatUai tU tH KENTUCKY Kyto to SATURDAY JULY 5 19131 LOUISVILLE DIRTIIDAY With this Issue the Kentucky Irish American enters upon its six teenth year For the generous sup port given us during the past years we return our sincere thanks and promise our friends and patrons that we will strive harder than ever to serve thorn faithfully and well Tin Fourth of July was our birthday SINCERE Real friendship and attachment was shown ln tho many queries this past week concerning the rumored critical illness of Col John H Whal len Interest shown by people In al walks of life attesting affection am sincere regard In which the Colonl Is held by the many with whom the Kentucky Irish American joins in best wishes for a speedy recovery SWAGAB SHERLEY What Congressman Sherley will do to Mulhall will be plenty The lat ter made the mistake of his life whet Tie reflected upon the Kentucky statesman Our Congressman was prompt In his denunciation and cal for the fullest Investigation and 1 it is gratifying to know that the only expression In Wahlngton uttered by Republicans and Oemocras Is that there is no Investigation needed tt convince members of the House that the gentleman from Kentucky has nlways been faithful to public duty and upright and fearless TRIBUTE TO CHURCH Rev Dr William J H Boetcker a Presbyterian minister paid a nice tribute to the Catholic church In an address at the First Chrlsltan church last Sunday evening on What Can the Church Do This comes as II fitting rebuke to the Menace and Its rabid followers who are dally decry ng the Catholic churchs efforts Dr Boetcker said In part You may make a man ever so I limed In a profession or d first class mechanic but JJ his heartis not right he Is a dangerous man In t other words we must not only give our men information from without but also real and true education from within We must come to ad mit that the Catholic church has been right In her contention and her struggle and her sacrifices to give Tier children a real education of the head and the hand and the Heart We must teach first of all the fear of God for this is the beginning of all wisdom We must take care of the moral side the Inside We must teach our boys that there Is more lasting happiness In being an honest workman In overalls than being a moral leper In a fulldress suit We must teach our girls that there Is greater honor In being a wife and a mother In a onestory cottage than to be called a wife while In fact only a prlvtao mistress In a golden castle or a walking advertisement for the financial standing of her husband SPEED MANIA Something must be done by our next Legislature to mitigate the speed mania Every hour In the day lu every city In the country where there are automobiles In use the laws are being broken and disregarded and human life Is being sacrificed to the God of Speed The v wealthy and influential ones are usually the offenders The tendency hac been to let them off easily In tho courts Tho time has come when a man Is not safe walking the streets Though he may exercise tile greatest q care he Is still In danger of the care lessness of others The remedy lies In not only punishing those who kill and maim Innocent people but in punishing every one who Is found breaking the laws regardless of whether he does positive injury to any one The man who drives an toraoblle along a thoroughfare at Lspeed where people are asslng endangers the on the street He J negligence and- dlsregarlIng cost of en uld be nt of mana cehe caners the bat ices eat aAis 6 young men and women In the elements of true manhood had womanhood His theory Is that if a woman brings up a family that Is imbues with true Christian ideals she Is doing that which will have more Influence for good than the mere right to go to the polls and cast ia vote will give her The Cardinal looks on the character of woman as an Ideal That is what every mar does who takes off his hat to n woman or gives her his seat In ia crowded car He feels that she cannot dabble in politics without step ping down from her ideal WELL WITHOUT THEM That Ireland will have homo rul3 before many months is absolutel certain and there Is no surer proof of the fact that the opposition real- Izes its absolute powerlessness that tho many seizures during the las months of arms ostensibly intender for the Orangemen of Ulster who are spoiling for a fight with their fellov Islanders or even with the soldier of the King In the meantime it Is not very evident as Mr Redmond said in his last speech In the House how these people are going to get their craving for fighting satisfied When the home rule bill has become law as iIt certainly will and an Irish Parlia ment meets at Dublin the now Government of Ireland is not going to took upon Ulster as a hostile country to be conquered by force of arms No armies will be sent against Bel fast but Ulster will simply be asked to send her representatives to Belfast and If she does not feel like doing so tho Dublin Assembly will got along very well without thorn The Orangemen of Belfast may try to prove their loyalty by attacking those who are daring enough to differ from them in politics or relig ion but such disturbances will be settled as they have been settled many times before under the present regime when nobody fn England has appeared to have lost any sleep on that account If tho Orangemen see fit to adopt suffragette tactics thej Will get no bore sympathy in Eng land than the suffragettes if on tho other side they are content to refuse to pay taxes to the Irish Government they will be forced to pay by methods with which they are al ready familiar and which are not particularly Irish Sir Edward Carson and consorts are already well aware that their cause is lost unless they succeed In forcing a new general election and defeating the Govern ment and it is with this sole object In view that they have been carry- Ing on their futile agitation- UNACCOUNTABLl FASHIONS Upon all sides are heard expres sums of approval of the order of Chief of Police LIndsey ordering the arrest of women appearing on the street in split skirts This order recalls a Paris cable in which the writer declares his belief thai the faihiona Inwomens dress this sum rater are the most audacious since the etA of the DJrectolre Women ap pear In the streets and parks and at the race tracks in lowcut bodices with short sleeves and scant anti iiaphanous klrts The Dlrectolro sjdaolty Is understandable France had been having a debauch in tho lame of freedom religion had been naulted anarchy had just been + uelled and In the slow process of cEtoratjon of law and roder old conventions had been nearly obliter ated morals ware at a low ebb and the social condition was exactly expressed in the dress of the women nut that social condition surely does ioj exist now In France as in America we have been led to belove there has been a great moral awakening Feminism Is a moral orce Syndicalism surely does not end to lax morals The modern fttllcal is first of all the foo of the Ices engendered by wealth I4tera fire in France is becoming amaz- Ingly moral the theatrical stage is ending a hand to the uplift Some of tho product may bo distasteful but weare assured that the intent 13 good Therefore fashions to exPress tbe new sense of the alarming devet pment of evil and the need of sup reselng it should become more formal and modest riot take on the 8peclof the bacchaaalla There is 110 accounting for the extravagance of the prevailing Parisian mode rfMch appears torhave captivated omen who a few years ago would K k with horror upon much attire If Catholic r IncliiUd W worry bout the MeJteel theiryrcry in 1 e order to be effective take the formII of circulating good Catholic papers and bqoks This excellent suggestlo comes from the Catholic citizen During the vacation period parent should be most particular about the Juveniles who are home from school Bee what company they keep The Kentucky Irish American has little confidence in or respect fQr men of the Mulhall stripe Do not overlook tho fact that your every step no matter how lively fs a step toward the cemetery His Eminence Cardinal Gibbon will be seventynine years old or July 23 England Is a peace loving natlqn when peace Is to her advantage rXS0GiEn031 MMMM Leo F Osterman Is visiting IIn Columbus Ohio t Miss Maggie Lander has been the guest of Mrs Kate Kennedy at Car- lisle t Miss Louise Stehltn has been spend ing a week with Miss Edna Shea iIn Oakdale Miss Nellie Flnegan spent the Fourth of July with friends at Plardinsburg Miss Aline Hackett has returne from Cannelton where she vIsited Miss Nellie Bennett Mrs William Dalton Collins Court had as her guest Miss Audrey Davit of Bardstown Junction Miss Nora Morlarty and her niece Mary E Moriarty are visiting Mr J J Lenihan in Lexington Thomas Fallahay who has ben ilt Waverly Hill Sanatorium for several months Is Improving rapidly Miss Mary Rose Fitzgerald returned last week from Springfield to her home In South Louisville Miss Frances Corrigan has gone to New York to spend the summer with her aunt Mrs R J Wollmuth Miss Mary Hagan has been spend- Ing a week at Bardstown visiting Hisses Sarah and Bertha Hagan Mrs James McMahon and daugh terHallle are weekend guests of Mr and Mrs W S Jones at Clark Misses Frances and Eleanor Me henna of Fairfield have been visitI Ing here the guests of Mrs J E BellMiss Louise Alben of Indiana ave nile Jeffersonvllle had asher guest this week Miss Helen Finnegan of MadisohfI MW f5 John Gorman and wife and Mrs M Coughlln of South Louisville are home from a long stay at Martins ville Ind Miss ova Raldy West Main street left Thursday to spend the Fourth and a week with friends In Cincinnati Mrs Paul Pitcher and children of the Highlands left last week for Syracuse to spend the summer with her mother M J Gathof spent last week iin New York City purchasing a new stock of goods and visiting the nearby pleasure resorts James M Burns of South Seventh street has been visiting New York and other Eastern points of interest for the past ten days sirs Mary Burke of Jeffersonville has been enjoying a pleasant visit In Cannelton the guest of her daughter Mrs Martin F Casper llrand Mrs D J Gleeson pf Slaughter avenue returned Sunday from a three weeks trip to New York and other Eastern points Miss Eva Casper and Martin Casper Jr of Cannelton Ind have had at delightful visit here with Dr Mike jasper and family andother relatives Miss Lucille Burkholder and little Mary Rose niester of Parkview are pending the week visiting Mr and Irs J L Buttlmer at New Castle Misses Rose Mooney Kate MoDer nott and Mayme Long had a delightful visit in Frankfort last week as the uests of Mr and Mrs John McDer- lOtt Miss Helen Wall daughter of Capt tike Wall of Jeffersonvllle and Mrs Walli are In Cincinnati for a visit ofI several weeks with Mrs Maggie Tobin Mr arid Mrs John Lubbers are cpected homo from their trip abroad Jely 15 havlrig been visiting In Germany and Switzerland for the past twa months Charles Fitzgerald and wile and aughter Miss Winona have re iove4 from New Albany to this city and are now occupying their new llome at 746 Cecil avenue Sister Mary Raymond who was Miss Anna Hines Is home from Hast- Ings Neb arid is spending the sum mer months at Holy Rosary Academy and St Catherines at Springfield Joseph F Yoilgt and bride who was Miss MarieMcGrath of Lafay ette Ind1ll return today front thifelr wedding trip and will reside iri ettersonvllle the home of the room Mia Cary H KiBswlrfag baa I j return froM the kerH Heart Acad emy where aka JM bMP attending f a lONE DOLLAR a month keep you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tectlon IrslJamesMrs Louis N DIust of New Albany has returned from Obicag where she visited her daughter Mrs Edward OConnor Her granddaughter Miss Frances OConnor came with her fora visit Among those crossing the Atlantic from New York on the Imperator maiden trip from this side were Co Marion E Taylor and Airs TaYlor who will spend the summer in Norway Sweden and Russia Dennis J Sullivan and wife 1923 West Broadway returned this week from an extended Eastern trip They visited the principal ocean resorts Boston the Thousand Islands Niagara Falls and Toronto Canada Miss Helen Osborn daughter of Mr and Mrs William Osborn 4617 Grand boulevard left Wednesday to spend the summer with relatives 1In New York State Before returnlrt Miss Osborn will visit Toronto Niagara Falls Buffalo Rochester arid Syracuse DEATH CAUSES GRIETH Announcement of the death Tue day afternoon of Mrs Susie Daclu Bosse beloved wife of Henry Boss the well known undertaker wa everywhere received with expression of profound grief Mrs Rome had been In declining health for sometime but had been about arid activ in the preparations Charlesof her daughter and Kret on Wednesday ot last week Tho day following their departure on their weddln trip Mrs Bosse was take seriously Ill and passed away befor the young couple could lie locatec Mrs Bosse Is survived by horUiuf hand three children Mrs Charle Krebs Miss Olivia Dome and Robert Bosso and three brothers Magif 111 Franch Dacher Joseph and John Dacher She was a devou member of St Boniface church and I was active in church anti charlt work giving much of her time to the Altar Society A woman of the most kindly disposition site was I widely known and admired for her- man virtues and excellent traits of lharacter For years she had take n Hos1111tnltlents who had been the beneflclarle of her bounty Her funeral Friday morning was the laregst seen at St Moniface church for years AFTER MANY YEARS J C Keyer a prominent merchan of San Francisco has been hero for a week visiting his old home and relatives after an absence of twenty years Since going to the Golden Gate he has been very successful conducting one of the largest mer chant tailoring establishments In InIKnlghtssociety circles He told our repre questionisare a thing of the past The Panama Exposition he declared will be the greatest the world has ever known and he hopes to meet many of hit Kentucky friends there while it ii being held SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Mrs Edward J McDermott wife of the Lieutenant Governor under operntlonWednesday willbemaking nice progress toward recovery Gov McDermott who is occu ntFrankfortofGovdaythenowbethetlutJesRETREAT FOR SISTERS Tomorrow the first retreat for the Ursullne Sisters will begin at the CrescentHilltheJesuitretreat will be followed by a second one for those who did not makethe first The profession and reception- of novices will take place July 23 CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Next Friday night the regular monthly meeting ofI the Central holdIns0111Iuslness of the greatest im lortance must be attended to which calls for the presence of every branch ifilegato STEADILY BIPROVINO Miss Marguerite RauthA of the atStrovlng and will soon be able to again single with her friends SETTING GOOD EXAMPLE The Knights of Columbus of St exampletopenlqg the handsome ili50000i club Louse recently completed to Catholic oys anti girls of the city CHILDREN AND VACATION The children of our parochial and ubllc schools are now enjoying their ell earned holidays It is oUenap- uzzle to parents what to do with Uldren during this time Are they to remain Idle and forget what they yeahet framed the careers their children will uriue when their years at school are complete ItwquldlJe well to give the Child some ofcipatlos in ttIi1l par cular sphere di ring the holidays to pailCoallvents do nt allow them to be mpUUly Wle I tRANsYLvANIALI Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building FONTAINEFERRYTHB Xtrngood Vaudeville Iloc DAILY MATINEES ALL SEATS 10clIl I Free Concerts by Natiellos Band DIG NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh riAining water I ISIMPLY CHARMINGA- NDI SO VERY CHEAP x50 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leave the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the retur boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50 PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES fOR PicnicsSocials Outings RreatJimprovedequipment throughout Societies an parties should consult the managcinen of Phoenix Jill before closing contracts 3ARRY DECKER Assistant Manager CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Sho We furnish the home cow plete on easy payment WM CALUOHAN Mjr Sates u pi eMraer KNIGHTS OP COL11B1S Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where About 100 members took the third last Sunday at Oswego N Y Last Sunday week tho Knights of Farlbault Minn received fifty new members Into tho order The Alhambra has entered New Hampshire a caravan of about fifty having been Instituted at Dover Indianapolis Council assisted the Continental League n the Fourth of July celebration at the Soldiers monumentAs result of the Initiation of seventyfour candidates Fond du Lac Council has become the second largest In Wisconsin The council at Fort Smith con ferred the three degrees on a class of fiftyfive last Sunday and ti now the largest In Arkansas Many Knights assembled with the council at Texarkana to greet ReV Father M J Enright and say good bye to Rev Father Boyle Denver Knights tendered the use of their rooms and council chamber to the Turners and Knights Templar during their visit to that city Supreme Master John Reddin who underwent an operation last week at St Josephs Hospital In Denver Is doing nicely and will soon bo able to be out The Knights of AuburnN Y turned over 219850 to the pastor of the Church of St Francis of Assist half the net proceeds of their recent bazar- WadRas Caravan of Toledo last week conferred the degrees of the Alhambra on a class of thirtyfour A banquet at the Boody House fol lowed the ceremonies FONTAINE FERRY COMFORTS Ferry now offers the one best betas to the cool weather This well shaded park with Its cooling reezes from the river has ibeen 4he spat for all who would escape the itys heat and the numbers there this week surpass all former reccords The new vaudeville bill for next week nil present a gala array of feature acts five In number Prof Natiellos open air concerts are more popular than ever and with the numerous ither attractions makes this the place where most comforts can be found rljhout leaving the city mBERNIANlIOONLIG rThe Hibernian Social club an nounce a splendid sale of tickets for heir moonlight excursion Monday ening July 14 on tho steamer Corona Boat leaves foot of First streetat 830 and Jeffersonvllle a- t46A splendid musical programime is being arranged and plenty of ra re4hments will be served MASS nouns CHANGED Rev latberCletusl Brady of the acred Heart Retreat announces hat the first mUll at the retreat luring the summer months will b- e8t630 oclock instead of 7 oclock ul that the MOOD d SUIH wilt etill- rat the amr kour JJO j r r 1 l CASUALTY INSURANCE co ++ 1111IIIIS lllrI111 S HHH ++++ II lil IIIIIII HERMAN STRAUS SONS g fOURTH AVENUB MARKET STREET We Give and Redeem i ProfitSharingCertificates RED TAMPThe Only Stamp With a Cash Value PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES have a cash value at our store of 10 cents per page or 12 12 cents per page in merchandise which is equivalent to 200 in cash or 250 in merchandise for every 100 purchase But you do not have to wait until your purchases amount to 100 as we redeem a single full page of PROFITSHARING CERTIFI CATES PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES will be issuedon charge purchases when bills are paid on or before the 10th of the following month 101 3F IF3 l +++ 11 f 111 +++ 1ZoIo I 59 Years On Guard Your Money Guarded On Interestw The interest and all that a part of your weekly earnings would soon amount to in this safe old bank willcome in mighty handy one of these days for helping you to buy a new home pickup a goodpaying investment or start you in a business of your own Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and we will pay you interest on it mpoundedevery six months until you are ready to use it For 59 years we have been faithfully safeguarding the peoples money and we offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky- A dollar deposit starts you Begin today It fa what you save that counts German Insurance Bank 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd HCWJbeeVPretJ A PW5nMWViee Prw JCRobbertCtuhier Edmund Repp Ant Ca h John E Hulin Mar Savings Dept DmECTORSHeniyAlmtled hu holtJr Alfred Struck Edvr F Peter Ceo Kopmeler Hems CW Ibeek AP WinlJer One of the new net gowns shows net gathered from euet line to the kipsLil uf 1 KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Piutographic Developing and Printing- SIlYENIR POST CAMS PICTURE FIUMIN- 9ft 311 eJW iVCK M fwirw- I 7 loulirlltt The new extended skirt yoke Is SEen on the front of a foulard drees that otherwiute hints of the Japanece 0tai y NTUOKY ZYti JY AMERICAN 4 i HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 East Main Street I1+4 I 1 101 1It II I 111 ++ 1 I n Jzu I 101 111 JoI 101 II HII + I II JoI II 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 1221 WEST MARKET STREET 011 I I HJoI I I II I 1 +11 I I J 1 bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETJ IP TELEPHONE 810I DOUGHERTYMeELLIOII 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH 3PHO3VEJS Cumb Main 2008a Home City 2998 t 1 I 11 1 I I 1101 I I 1110 I II tS+II I I I I I I 10 I 1 loIz1 I 1 11 OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COD- ISTILLERS INCORPORATED WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTED HHHH 1 1111111 t II 101 1111111111 JoIII 11111 111 FIND WINES CHAMPAGNES I AL KIOLB323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS oJ oJ J IJ1uJ t I 1 I IH i+IH I I 1 +I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1I MHM1 I I A oor f DR J T CHAWK 1A Veterinary st Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET iTilejrtUHHSCumli S 299a Home City 2399 IYYY TYTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYTTYI f II 1 11 If rAAiIIIlf I BE SURE TO CALL FOR cKENNA I WHISKYI- T IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Iii I All the late and new Styles and Sb pea priCOelCauJ1dsee HERRMANN BROS I IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Plstlliers find Wholesale Deal ers la Finest Brands of Kea tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLMD ItjT BOND Th2IUIXTMITMET G BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heteotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pbonta 223IMr IOU boys as rtmMtfem tnt will yxfce tier fer 1Us ST XAVIERSCOLLEOE iy W warloeslni11 Xjr tllersCilHlealolelMua Largeswlaatagl Tear MSerae JDIr y HIBERNIANSI 1111What They Have Been Doln g the Past 1VeekOenevnl- News Notes i Remember the river excursion to bo given by the Hibernian coda l Hub Division 3 meets Monday night and all members are called upwn to be present Emmet McMahon was awarded the Hibernian medal at the Crelghton University commencement There was only a small attendance at the meeting of Division 1 this- presidedweek Daniel McCarthy and sent the members home early This week a division was organ ized at Lakevlew Ore Lake county has a large Irish colony and the dl I vision begins with about 100 charter membersThe I Fourth of July cele bration In San Francisco was held by the Ancient Order In Schuetzen Park A military drill by the fiber plan Rifles was a feature The State officers and the Ladles Auxiliary of Lafayette Ind were prominent at the Silver Jubilee cele bration of the ordination of their State Chaplain ReV M J Byrne Tom Shelley and Tim Lyons were warmly received at the meeting of Division 1 Monday night These members of the old guard set an ex amplo that their Juniors might well emulateThe County Board will probably bo called to meet next week This should Interest every delegate as questions that concern the divisions and the future work of the board will be decided New Albany reports Division 1 moving along steadily and holding its membership together Formerly this was one of the strongest divis ions In Indiana President Dan Walsh and James OHara can bring it back Co its old position Mrs Mary Arthur State President attended the Father Corby memorial services last Wednesday the anni versary of the battle of Gettysburg and In the name of the National and State officers placed a wreath on the soldier chaplains garve Division 4 meets Monday night at Bertrand Hall and every member who can should be present This division has done much to keep alive the Hi bernian spirit In Louisville Presi dent Hennessy and Tom Lynoh have made a splendid record thus far this year and with little help with double the membership before the next State conventionReports from Jeffersonville are that the division there Is planning for an active membership campaign Many of the leading men of that city have for years been identified with the Ancient Order and It has been of much benefit to them This fact they propose to impress on the large num ber of Catholic young men who are now eligible to membership BISHOP TAXSSKX DEAD The Right Rev Bishop John Janssen of the Roman Catholic diocese of Belleville ILL died at the episcopal residence in Belleville on Wednesday following a long illness of heart disease and other compllca Ilions Bishop Janssen was stricken on April 25 on the eve of his cole bration of the twentyfifth anni versary of lila consecration as a Bishop At that time it was thought that death was Imminent but he ral lied though he has been at the point of death several times In the last two months He was seventyeight years old Bishop Janssen was ordained November 19 1858 and was consecrated I the first Bishops of the Belleville diocese on April 25 1S88 Un der hla wise administration the church flourished and the diocese has come to be recognized asone of the strongest In the West Today It has a total of 127 churches minis tered to by 123 priests with high schools for boys academies for girls orphan asylums homes and hospitals throughout the diocese all in a measure due to his zeal and untiring efforts MURPHY SAW THINGS Frank Fair Murphy the genial and good natured bookkeeper for the Phoenix Brewing Company spent three weeks visiting relatives In Cin cinnati and though he has been home for ten days he still has much that is interesting to tell the boys How he ventured away from Louis yule ho can not explain himself but he certainly relates some stranga and harrowing tales about tho big hills of Cincinnati although he has pasttortyFrank said of course being an old scout and fond of walks he hiked out to the Zoo expecting to see In addition to other birds the big alli gator sent thero somo time ago from Louisville but unfortunately he waited too long tho gater having died of old ago When asked about the ball games Frank Fair said he did not witness any as he is no ball fan but that like the good old sons of Kentucky he preferred hi- sstraiglltno highballs for him But he did see the motorcycle races and is yet talking about them They hQthought j Ia still and the track flying around them which was going some Then the ice strike came along and Frank thought it too cold a proposition for andIsing the day and lecturing about the beauties and beasts of Cincinnati at night The next will be held at an East End hall shortly and ho invites all his friends to the Illustrated lecture the date for which will be anII iiounced later t AGENTS WANTED Agents wanted everywhere to sell our beautiful line of Scored Pic FlowerOleoraphs Import WestFortysecond INCREASE IN CHURCHHS Catholics in the United States last costisI I I Y e e c tr w FOR A LITTLE DIFFERENTI AND A LITTLE BET- TERFurniture For Less Money go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST- SOCiETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresIdentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDanIel McCarthy Recording secretaryWalter Cu IckFinancial Secretary Joseph Far- TreasurerThomas rell Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mattSentlnelTohnKean DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresIdentC J Ford Vice PresldentJJ Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T kTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Hugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PNsldentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J angan Recording Secretary John JIarryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ell SentlnelM J McDermott Y AtlJ X- MACKIN u COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 844 North Twentysixth PresIdentFrank G Adams First ViceI President Qeo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry tT Klbbey TreasurerSebastian Hubbuc- hMarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat r TWIN CITY LEAGUE The games last Sunday morning wade no material change in the Catholic League as the three lead I Ing teams were returned winners but a different story may be told after I tomorrow the Champions meeting tbe heavy hitting Kentucky Oaks and I the Shamrocks playing the Spring Banks the latter two being tied for second place The continued large I attendance at Shawnee Park on Sun aay mornings Is a tribute to the clean article of ball furnished by the Twin City League and the playing is second I to none in the city The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs Athletics Champions vs Oaks Shamrocks vs Spring Bank and Hepburns vs Cadets all at Shawneo Park The standing to date W L P- etCtfamplons7 3 7- 00Shamrocks6 3 667 6671Kentucky 3751AthletIcsI 333Druins3MUD HENS TODAY The heavy hitting Toledo club i begin a threegame serIes with wllllI MonIIdaysI not being home again until July 31 Judging from the clubs awayfrom home performances with such a long stay away our boys are liable toIcomp home leading In the pennant race The addition of Fred Toney to our pitching staff should help won derfully this department being the drawback all season The fans can lbe grateful for the splendid showing theirI vision is a decided improvement over the past three seasons and President Otho Wathen has more than made good with his early promises to give the town a team that was always trying QUEER SPORTSMEN critfox sneaking assault on Manager John J McGraw of the New York Giants last Monday by a Philadelphia player sad are evidently traveling indisguise when they use the title of sporting editor G r p IRELAND Record of the Most Important of r the Recent Events Culled I From Exchanges i Pat McNelve a farmer residing at Corgorrow Was drowned while wash Ing sheep A school in Irish for national teachers was established at Clare beingwelIWhlte gloves Were presented Judge Johnston at Castleblaney Quarter Sessions there being no criminal business to transact- It was stated at the annual meeting of the Waterford County and City In firmary that 597 patients were treated during the year airs James Lavery wife of a Lur gan weaver recently gave birth to tripletsall gIrls The mother and children are doing well- SAn illuminated address and a sly ver clock have been presented to Rev Father OQulgley prior by the Tralee Dominican choir on his leav ing that town While out shooting Thomas Can ning a young farmer of teck near LJmavady tad his foot shattered his gun catching In twigand accl denally going off The Nan Urban Council have ap pointed a committee to act in con junction with Father Hlpwell and others to consider a proposal to ac quire a field for a town park Mrs Hannah Forde has Just passed away in Blarney In her 106th year Thirtyfive of her grandchil dren are living and her son and daughter are over seventy years of ageThe profession took place recently at the Convent of Mercy Carlow of Miss Catherine OLeary in religion Sister Mary Aloysius and Miss Margaret Mary Ryan in religion Sister Mary Brendan While preparing to attend the fu neral of his neighbor Joseph Byrne in Athlone Michael Egan egg and fowl buyer became suddenly ill and expired within ibalf an hour He was a native of Galway William OConnor brlck and stone mason has been returned unopposed for the South ward ol the Waterford Corporation to fill the Vacancy caused by the resignation of Coun cillor Richard Whittle A number of cattle driven from a farm at Cloonbulllg near Bally hounls were recovered the horns of some of them bearing cardboards Inscribed The land for the people and the road for the bullocks Brother Alphonsus ONeill who recently celebrated his golden jubilee at the Patrician College Mountrath lathe sole survivor of a family which contributed one priest one nun and four Patrician brothers to the church It has been reported to the Manag ing Committee of the Belfast College of Irish that the results of the recent examinations showed a high Etandard of proficiency among the students especially as regards oral command of Irish The Mayor of Limerick has pre vented Messrs James Leddan and Jo peph Griffin with the certificates of the Society for Protection of Life from Fire Both men rescued George Clancy and Mr HIggins from a burn Ing bulldng last March A substantial amount was sub scribed at a meeting In Dingle to arrange for the erection of a Celtic cross as a memorial to the late Rev J OConnor a native of the town J IMorlarty presided and John Kavan ngh was appointed Secretary PATRICK MURPHY Patrick Murphy aged eighty died Tuesday afternoon at the residence of his daughter Mrs M J Mc dusky 1110 South Brook streetIThe deceased was a native of Ireland coming to Shelby county sixtythree years ago where he was engaged In the stone contracting business until heIdaughter Mr Murphy anIactive and upright life and his kindly naturo and charitable disposition won him the friendship of all with whom he came in contact Since coming to Louisville he had been a member of St Mary Mpg dalens church Thursday morning Shelbyvilethat place Mr Murphy is survived by three daughters Mrs M J Mc Clusky Mrs Charles Peter Llchty and Miss Sallie Murphy and one son James W Murphy all of Loiilsvllle FOR WOMENS EYE White satin slippers with black heels are chid There is still a decided preference for the small hat Heavy crocheted buttons are seen on the new linen skirts Simple printed voiles have girdles of vivid embossed velvet The tailored suit of fawn tan or olive tinted cloth is smart Landscape chiffons are used for the most striking evening gowns The afternoon gowns grow more elaborate as the season advances Coarse linen suits are made up InI strange colors even grass green Buckles and buttons are occupying tbe attention of the modish world Some long closo fitting sleeves have white linen cuffs turning back Some of the long sleeves hoVe a double frill of lace falling over the hands Net embroIdered skirts flounced vilth lace are among the many new models I TTIE PRINTERS PERIL When one remembers says an ex columnthere eachletter70000 chances to make errors be transpositions Inthehebypossibletomakesees the perils that bta printer u 1n t i t I FRANK 1 fE INCORPORATEDII Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE itYSOUR SPECIAL BREWIs everyoneSENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE Rl Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TlIE WIEDEMANN 1 nwoapoa- ATEaBREWING COMPANYS ft Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers i Sold attalHeadlng bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flam ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordtf a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUIS LrBJ KY NOW SOLD IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY Special Notice to Altar Societies We have on hand a largo and ex clusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice Laces We have determined to place a special dlsdount on these goods this month If you Are thinking of purchasing the nhovo soon It will pay you to look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We also carry a full line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for SamplesROGERS Church Goods Company 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods T F DOLAN JOHN J DWAN HOME PHONE CITY 2209 BUY A SAMPLE FRO- MDOLAN CO RETAIL DEALERS IN Leaf Tobacco Small quantities sold to consum ore Per pound 20o Shipped to all pare of the United States 1135 W Market St Louisville Ky FRED ERLIART- ARCH ITECTN- ORTON I BUJLDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESON Funeral Directors f and Embalmers OFIQHft AVENZIJT- ekphese19t2 6 f THE 2 FAVORITES iof Loolsvlllef Particular Snofcerc TARPY SPECIAL I0c Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars vithont an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers i T W TARPY I CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging a price from 75 00 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 3I832t West Green St Nw Muldoon Monument Ci C THOMPSONI FLORISTII ONLY ONE STORK SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTRVENUJL Both Tiephosei lose All orders receive prompt attuwad satisfaction guaranteed t A Delightful SmoKe PHONE CITY 2310 FOR CLEOPATRA IOe GONDOLA Ajj BOMEOK125 L ayw4 11 I c 1r N t i ENTUOKY XRISM L ti3 RIOA q i John H BuscheineyerFOR MAYORSubject to Democratic Party yI I Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label r Means to You If not listen It means double premium value at foroureach GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one Profitsharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary condilions by Nick Warisse Baking Co I THE H B W STORE 1 iiShould be in the mind of every house iikeeper when they need Carpets Rugs and Draperies I Our Market street location makes it possible to sell the Highest Class Goods at most moderate prices We know that you can do better at our store if you look for good merchandise Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff 522524 WEST MARKET STREET wa4w+wwa+ iss +e s+ N ++ a esNN eae+ NNN aOlOlNltiNO FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South NNNNNNN NHMBNNNNNON F l- e for Your Furniture Wantsi +s j I WANT YOUR TRADEi My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best sj JAMES GREENEI I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I MoJOOH 1 ++111 11101 11 +1 + HHHHHHK+111 tl1o + s+ I NOW jj- IS BETTER THAN r WHEN i GAS STOVES Sold now can be connected now but when bought in the rush season we cannot tell just when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY H0I1111+oJ + B II +++ 1111 HI HH 101 +1 ++++ AWNlNOSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than anyone here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfuUyfurnishedyTent Awning Cq BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THiRD ST- SAl v r i 1 I CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTYSIXTH DISTRICT Subject to the Action of the emocratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR George SchiegelF- OR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIRWEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action oi the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEHAN Candidate Far ReEUctlon CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 1913 J Russell GainesCandidate For Reflection SURVEYORJEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling J CANDIDATE F- OROOROER I I Subject to Action Democratic Party BEN SCH SCHULMAN CAIVIIDATE FOR MAGISTRATESIXTH MXSISTERIMI ISTRlCTC ililWilllcuSl1bj4Party 1 t I J f 1 1 J- t i d JOHN It PFLANZ Candidate For RoEl- eoionJAILERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the Action or the Democratic Party Primary Election Vugust 2 1913 JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party A lIJ EJtILER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you four years at Sheriff and If you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I wiltapprsclatelt WILLIAMI E HOLLEY CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to Action of the Democratic Party HENRY ECRAWFORD CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEThird Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party JELl BUILDING FUND The Passion1st Fathers of the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road have completed all the details for the allday picnic they will give next Saturday at Phoenix Hill Park Many novel attractions have been Manned and the lathers will exert themselves Jn providing Interest and pleasures tor their ifriends that day The proceeds of the picnic will go to swell the building fund for the new school which the Fassionlsts are erecting now for the children of the congregationI KNIGHTS AND LADIES Supreme President Charles Jlarr of Wyandotte Mich spent the latter part of last week here visiting a number of branches of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America Wednesday night he addressed the members of St Patricks branch at Robinson Hall and Thursday night was present at a meeting of St Mar tins branch While here President Marr who is Mayor of Wyandotte wap entertained by Or Charles Edelen TAKING SIUSIO COURSEStSlster Mary zkyid of the Sacred Heart Retreat- rescent Hill hays 9606 tio Cincin U where they will take the Con errtort if Muilc eammercoons jI and obtain their dreettMifall- C 1 ft t- otT Ips RAY Candidate For Re Election I COUNTY CLERKS bJect to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election Migust 2 1913 GEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE Elfhtb Magisterial District Composed of the Elev enth and Twjllth Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13ANDREW M SEA FOR CITY TAX 1RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENEF- OR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 1913 o j OfcOiA CANDIDATE FOR SIIERIFESubject to Action of the Democratic Party ChasC Foster CANDIDATE FOR JAILERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 6 Chas W Milliken CANDlDATEF- ORdlTY TREASURER ubeCt to Action of the Democratic PartyI served you for tour years City IaxRI1r and being ineligible to IUCceed myself am of ftriny for OitTTtwaias y 1 Q- l l FREE FREEThreeQuart Granite Tea or Coffee Given Away With 1 tbc NEW BLEND Tea 60c Best For Ice Tea The Coffee Roaster JOHN M MULLOY TREB1IrJfTRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM OrangePineapple EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY iiTRY IT ULL TIKE IT 1 I i FIVE CENTS Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious I Delightful and Refreshing in Hot Weather OVER HALF DYER Pris Pot The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range ever offered to the public It has the most practical gas saving burner ever devised The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real me- ritGEHER c SON 215 West Market T IT DOESNT PAY IT- oargue against QUALITY Oct the BEST In the start and satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALLIncorporated PLASTER CO PlantLouisville DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your coal bin with our freshly mined Star Block Coal 400 PER TON 2000 POUNDS Home Phone City 3101 Comb South OOQy A MILLION STATIONS REACHED THE HOME TELEPHONE JUST A MOMENTH- AVE YOU TRIED OUR Long Distance Service Will Save You Money Lowest Rates Fastest Service THE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone Co INCORPORATED M J BANNON I Mgr Try It St be j It I vnss TJT v P BANNON JR VlclPres I Trias Frip BaanoQ Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBaaaoas a for Steam Coadaits Wang Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving prick Fire IJrlcHrGrateaad laY Brickt1OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON IniBPHONH 573 WORKSa3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth 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