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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f f PATRONIZE Second nod VOLUME XXXI NO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 19 1913 PRICE RIVE CENTS DAVIES t The Man of Manly Parties Now In the Politicalr SpotlightwI His Advent Pleasing to the Pro gressive A P A Con tlngeiit Hnager anti Pinkerton Agencies Now Spying on Police- Department SOME SORE HEAD CONTRACTORSS Realizing that the public In ge eral and the merchants In parth- ular were becoming disgusted with Its lnULoulsvllle campaign the Louisville Herald Is now busy shov lug the new Progressive apostle W W Davies Into the limelight as- a possible booster for the fast re ceding prosepcts of the misfit ag a Irogrsireat served in the BIngham cabinet being a member of the Board of Vubllc Safety and liked the position so wellI that he made frantic efforts to serve again in the event of Grlnstearta election espousing the Republican cauee and bitterly attacking every- bodY In si5h his style of campaign lug bean very pleasing to the A 1 A 1 bureau who were In hage of thej Republican end at that time The effect on his physical and mental1 powers In addition to the fact thatL the Republicans were beaten decisively caused a general breakdown and It Is ruirfored that he was sent to a private sanitarium to recuperate Now he Is back again fIn harness this tams coupled with the Hull Moose aggregation having been discarded by both Republicans ami Democrats and tfe caii expect another repetition of his former fren zied utterances In favor of the A P A contingent now on the Progressive ticket while the Louisville Herald will applaud him as the citys sav ior Willie probably having the promise of an appointment on thet ttonrd of Safety In the event of suc cess There are several men allied olth the I ticketn on t the first launching of an A P A campaign by Davies and his backers these men will quit In disgust The fact that merchants were threatening to discontinue adverts Ing with the Herald on account of Its dally vllllfleal Ion of LouisvilleI frightening possible buyers away served to check our outoftown managed sheet but only temporarily us Its allies in the Haager detective agency the Pinkerton agency and with the aid of disgruntled politics Inns are seeking to discover matter against the present administration and the police force in particular The casual obserterknotva that the present attack on the police depart ment iis unwarranted as that branch I of the administration Id at the best In its history and If there are any weak spots they are being eradicated tome of those that have been dls charged now spying on the police I solely for revenge Another element that has joine the Progressive knockers Is the dis appointed officeseekers and dis thelattertong ts they were allowed to selll sand and other supplies to the city and who are strict believers In the good old days when big prices consequencesbeingtoday The Loutevile Herald an the local Progressive party are welcome 1 to this combination but the strength of the people will be dl 1 vlded between the Democratic an Republican tickets which arO hot composed of representative citizens al preference to the HeraldDavles misfitCollowlqglatter will go on the rocks after t JAugust J narrow down to the Democrat pail OH one side and the tiDulle I 4 c WOOD SHEPHERD HOME I1 McthSuperlorofod Shepherd at Grand Rapids low has come to Louisville as assistant i Mother Mary of the Compassion I Superior of the Good Shepherd Home streetsIothor e h1Jarthagethe Mother Provincial with regard I 25001home 1 l J ored girls on the Newburg roaUpon request of Mother Mary U SistLaurang of the Institution etirely 1 met Mother Compassion at Cartha I and they returned together Monday J1 afternoon The institution thegood women hope to erect will I the largest of Its kind In this part of the country I ALLDAY GARDEN PARTY ofAnthonys M1obetextt i s1Sedaeedttytoagdsi ofthithOllot Matthew PowsWntfer I n y s i t I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Virnon and Sycamore avenue DIn- ner will be served by the ladles who promise a bountiful repast for all who come For those who desire a days vacation this affords n good time to take It With the cooling shade under the trees and the spac Icus grounds a more inviting place could not have been selected for an atfalr of this kind The proceeds ill bo turned over to the Sisters of St Anthonys Hospital for the cars of the many charity patients who are sent there CATHOLIC FEDERATION A well attended and interesting meeting of the Catholic Federation was held at the Catholic Womans Club on Thursday evening of last week every officer being present The reports submitted showed thatithe various committees are making a record for good work during the hot monthe Col Henry A Vonder helde read a carefully prepared paper upon the benefits to be derived from federation and suggesting plans for the betterment of the or ganization This was based upon talks had with Archbishop Messmer Vanderheideper was ordered copied Into thn minutes Attorney Benedict Elder announced that tho booklets dealing with Socialism had been ordered and would be ready for distribution at the next meeting President Peter 6 Ganz was chosen delegate to rep= resent tIlt Louisville Federation it the national convention to be held at Milwaukee next month Four more delegates will be named by the Executive Committee Attorney Lawrence Mackey Chairman of the Committee on Constitution stated that considerable thno would be re quired before the report could be adopted and as all present were anxious to hear Rev Father Charles i Ratio his request that the matter be delayed was concurred In Fatter Italic was then Introduced and de Jivered OKO of the most instructive and enlightening addresses eve I heard on the subject of tho Bible DOST OVERLOOK TillS j Any one who would enjoy a plcas ant outing of a day or two should remember the big barbecue and fish try to be given by the Spring Dank Club at Spring Bank Park on ThursC day and Friday of next week sides the deliciously prepared I burgoo and barbecued meats on theII menu the first day and the savor I I manyCorror It A big motor boat race for a 50 fanc7Il1PI = i t rtlfulsli7erloving ciipta lively mid way made ot of minstrel shows c y I ofpicturferingsare some of the diverting features 1 IRefreshments will also be served The proceeds of this barbecue willj tgo to the Holy Cross church TheC Committee of Arrangements of whom the genial host of SprhyIIEank Is Chairman hope that all of ttheir friends will take advantage of this Invitation to spend a pleasant day on the cool banks of the Ohio at Spring Bank Park During both days tthe street cars will be run on o tUreg minute schedule I I PIAubrey Bbucicault actor and playwright died of pneumonia toiIday at the New York Hospital He had been in poor health for years Mr Bouclcault was a son of Dion Englishd1 1868 He tame to this country 1 1in1890 I The foregoing clipping from theIL somelmay cause some people to hellave that I I rUlonyslusr orn In Dublin December 26 1822 J Colleedri an I numerous other plays more than producedlIe InJl 1 I J1 PEWEE VALLE1 Tnierurbahen Woo1drldg2station just beyond Pewee Valley should be friendYo a e41mpicnic to be held in Wooldrldge Grove for the benefit of the new church at PeVee Valley The people of the Congregation will serve oneI here U A kinds of fresh v ge b1esrhcre contesttos refresrtI YACAXJONiyr i The Very Rov Fattier D D of St Johns church the Rev JMagdalens UsesdRheo tlFatherJohns Rev Father Patrick Monag plgobPhilipandFaUlerATTENDED EXCURSION o eDJviBlontldaythe members were attending t moonlight excursion of the HI nlan Social Club President John Huny appointed Thoiniu Lyn to fill a vacancy on the VisItIng Co f SIGNING DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Scene at the Great Knights of Columbus Fourth of July Celebration at Central Park mltteo and John J Score on the Flnanco Committee The quarterly reports of the Financial Secretor and Treasurer were read showier a nice increase financially and also a ovarplanned to organize another membership campaign about the last of next month and rival teams will be selected ACTIVITY OF PAULISTS Every Sunday morning atroclock St Marys church Wabwh pube lic worship A band of men varying from 150 to 200 drop In for a short mass Policemen newspaper men Postofflce clerks and some actors ytogether with odd representatives of other nightworking classes compose the congregation St Marvs crhur h ar is asthU8sanptf otlde a vithin the city tt not socially the bullyiI of the parish under tho leadership of Very Rev Peter J OCallagh fujI Trom Kentucky to Canada and fron I Detroit le Colorado The other five manage the local world j WELCOME TO IRELAND The tour of Ireland of the American Commission on Agricultural Organization Cooperation and Rural Credits began Saturday with an official reception at the Royal College Science Dublin which was at nded by the Earl of Aberdeen Lord Lieutenant of Ireland In full1 accompanied by the Counter- Aberdeenof Thomas Wallace Rus sell Vine President of the Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland welcomed sPPchWhilEa the name ofKlng George and the ish Government the Earl of Ab gratitude LadYAand wondrous country Tht- pmmlsllonQrs afterward went to Horserie comed them on heists of tho agrI- cultural societies of Ireland GRAND CONCERT I The two German singing societies andSoclalergrand concert at Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday night for which rev tThere test between the rival societies hut the opening and closing will be a ass chorus Prominent men of the North American Saengerbund will ct cpncartstiles chorus several humorous sketches end a number of surprises union orchestra will furnish the music and the festivities will cloe with a dance CLERICAL CHANGES numboofr Trlnltny re signed to become a member of the DivineWorllev John A Bphlsen who was as to Father Ohle at St Mar Father George Friqrtrich for hasbeenace at the Cathedral being taken Frtnkonbergelrecentyordalned OhidELABORATE PROGRAMME The Catholic Order of Foresters f Louisville have mapped outrnaborate programme for the eater of the national convention wUlbllt1 daysXtoonventloHl d teyeralthOU2 nil r COMING EVENTS St Georges church Organ ParksJuly 22- Country PlcglaSt Aloy sms church Pewee Valley July 22 St Pauls Church=Picnic at Phoenix Hill Park July 23 St Anthonys Hospital Gardfen party Vernon and Sycamore Wednesday July 23 St James Dell ClubLawn- fete on church grounds Bardslowh roadJuly 23oRetail Grocers P1cnlc atiFontaine Ferry Park July 24 MacWn Council Y M htOuting at Stowers Grovo July 00cCiiIi l t rlti m xrta J fianlcParkLawn Euchre and LottoSt 2930ILadles of St Johns Lawn fete August 58 rettvand Wllllams Brecklnrldge- St 3 churdhII detective contest on grounds August 1213 N1SM1101N4 1KKKSiS HEED THIS I Caths oRe to Possess and Rend nUde I Itcaffirms the Fidelity of the Church to the Holy Scripture t Pokes Fun at Evangelization o- Italy hy Protestants Methods VERILY THE W RDOFfiODI Archbishop J J Glennon reaf firmed the Catholic churchs fidelity fo the Holy Scriptures in a recent sermon in the new St Louis Cathe tint chapel Ito advised every com thae votlonally piously interpreting the words not according to the will but according to hint who directed their heI foundedThe Archbishop poked alittle fun at Protestant evangelization of Italy tIs rather funnybe said to hear today of the people that arc sending Bibles over to Italy lib e Haveh they have several hundred thousand dollars subscribed every year to send the Word of God to these benighted Italians Well about a month ago I was giving confirmation up in the Church of St Ambrose and t found that Italian congregation able to sing the De Profundls r Miserere Benedlctus several of the Psalms Verse for verse wlthput any book at all I doubt very much whether those that are sending the Bible over to Italy to instruct ties Italians iin the Holy Scriptures could chant as many Psalms as they do without having fibs ffitfole very near and having some one very near to tell them the Dumbe- rconcernlngt1 inspiration of the Bible the Archbishop said We be Frpi I o e seyr pat every word off the 8acr tteripturea wwi poen Lys Atmlght Pod but thoiw who wrote these war Ad Inspiration40estion Inspiration is the guidance of those who wrote so that when they wrote they wroth the truth It did not take away the free will of their writings They were free to exe considerableII extent as is shown by their Individual i style In writing iWo believe that everybody who is competent tread o ought to read the Holy Scrip tures and those not able to read ought to obtain adequate Instruction It regard to Scripture history and Scripture truth Hence In all xiur Catholic schools we expect that 1 the curriculum there shall be a stud f the Sacred Scriptures What iit then that we do not believe abo tie Scriptures We do not believe hat The Holy Scriptures are of them- sElves the sole rule of faith Chrlststittf6flttMand the Importance Lotttoe teacher In the apostolic age the greater part of the New Testament was not writ ten he said It would have been Impossible in the first second and third centuries to make the Bible the rule of faith because there was no Bible as we understand it now The Archbishop also said that In dividual interpretation of the Scrip tures is widely variant He compared this to civil war Sometimes we are said to be governed by the constitution of the United States ne went on Well We are not Ware e governed by the ones who In Unitedistitution and you find All men are created free You try to Interpret that freedom according to your own notion and you find that you run arainat the Government The coasti tllon may serve as a written order but It must have an Interpretation A book can never govern a people The speaker said those who oppose the teaching that the Pope is infol lible concerning Bible interpretations try on the other hand to make everybody Infallible In their Interpretation of what the truth Is He added Everybody finds just what Is written in his own mind Some find Scripturets e some find none at nil Some think Infant baptism Is the only thing some think only adult baptism some baptize by Immersion some baptize by sprinkling some think Christ rose from the dead some not some find In ithe Holy Scriptures a Trinity some only a Unity Private Interpretation leads to the confusion misery and disorder we find everywhere out- sIde the Catholic church The Ijrotestant commentators for the la hundred years have been a ma earnest moat studious energetic bo of writers Their study of place and of language and of fact and of miracle and of mystery has be thorough and profound But we find now that the most learned have explained the Holy Scriptures by ex plaining It all away They find o there is nothing sacred about it great deal of It Is simply folk lore much like the books which exist in all nations The Archbishop urged the hearers to cling the more closely to the Bible declaring this devoti would simply be a revival of the z I felt in the beginning for the sect writings COMMENDS INSTITUTE The Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools is in receipt a brief from the Sovereign Pant Pope Plus X on the junior novitiates in thelrorder In the brief the Ho Father once more gives expression the esteem in which he holds tell ious men who give themselves wholly to the work of training youth both in letters and In the precepts of Christian wlsdomhe manlfects his solicitude for the Brothers of the Christian schools and recommends the work of recrultinug subjects for the junior novitiates to the benevolen of the ordinaries and the clergy the present tine there are tour of these novitiates in the United Sta taut junleor l for boys of at least fourteen years prepare Chrfstiabrothers a their youthful minds are trained to habits of piety and study they receive the best of care and attention morally physically and intellectually and thufc experience the truth of the words of the Psalmist It I good for a man when he hath borne the yoke of the Lord from his yduth GROCERS TO CELEBRATE Next Thursday the retail grocer of the city will be closed at noon 1 order to permit the grocers their attendjtheRetail Grocers Association ot givenFt at principfeaturestore and the bargains there obtainable will be better this year than ever before A mammoth stand will be erected larger In size than iIn rrevlous years The grocers during redqctheI nstomers by letting them have al 1 goods from the cheapest to the coos t valuable at not exceeding ten containingIHseorge H Young has with him a assistants on the Outing Committee Messrs Lee Schulz Otto Gruner seMartinLeo Klarer Charles Finnegan W F and A J Miller and John Keller Mr Young says that the fines melons loads of coal barrels and sacks of flour loaves of bread andofcreamery butter In fact tho entire list of inmaypackage HOUSEIUIEAKING COUNCILMAN The young man who writes U 0of wildeyed stories of near burglaries for the Herald missed a scoop last thrneighborhood of Ninth and Oak where one of our police had collared a man for removing a pane of glass from a side window of Councilman like McDermotts home but after Investigation proved to be the genialI Councilman himself Councilman McDermott stated that early In the morning his family had gone to the hiny hYe iscouldnt night and pro housabrettktnuten own account with the shoo result and was only released by tho officer when he exhibited his base thae canon j I h ORPHAN PICNIC The annual picnic for the benefitt of St Josephs Orphanage Hill will take place on the age grounds on August 19 Las Sunday President Joseph Schlldt presided over the Initial meeting of jUdgIngl thuslasm manifested this event willl surpass all others heretofore given An excellent concert band will ren der popular selections both after Bnoons thdmany additional Improvements con templated will make the spacious grounds more attractive than ever JRKVEIIS AGAIN TODAY I Our fast going Louisville ball club will again taslde the Milwaukee teansi this afternoon and tomorrow and It would not bp surprising if the Colonels took them into camp aa Clarks aggregation has lost consld crahle strength since the sale Chappelle and with the slump off Columbus many critics are picking cur boys tor the surest flag contend r The remarkable showing made on the road by the club has only verficd the prediction made fIn these columns early In the season that If the club was pn the road enI tlrely the pennant Would be thelis in a walk as their fighting spirit is given full play this being the secret of their success in foreign territory President Wathcn has earned tho gratitude of the fans by once morj putting Loulnvllle on file bait map and the colonels standing Ian big Improvement oVer recent years attAcQurhTED I dyJustice Daniel F Cohalan n scored a great victory over t- II VorleQI who have been pursuing him f duty1ho outTAwere Investigated by Senate Judiciary Committee w sat for four days listening to e idence and long before adjournment they made up their minds that Ithe charges had fallen slat edPOSTOFFICH ABOLISHED i The Postofflce at Highland Park havIn office and now residents of lqrllle deliit0tv business by carriers The new au suporlntrndedto etup t f Louisville Highland Park branch 1 s MADE VOWS Sister Mary Cecilia Smith made her religious profession Wednesday 91AtIs y t Right Rev Bishop bana8hut pro sided at the muss which watt attend eat by many ftlte Sisters and clergy t l t WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give TlIill Office Your Next Order VICTORIUSI a Mark the Asfiui h Ilcglmc anti IleasArrived Mnjorlty For Home Kulb Bill More Thou Irishmen 1xlicCtedn 4 Orangemen Realize Their Game Is Up and Emigrate to stetYIRISH i PARTY TOASTS PREMIER This week OConnorfromremarkablesstunnedand notaUl truesor the greatest Aaesof have passed thecond milestone la the road to thestatute book and on Honda atterY great noon the plural voting bill the fourth reachedthe The breakdown otthe old omnipotent veto of the HouseLords has come though known for a tongandj evitable its actual arrival and allwithin the space of one week makeSjits unexpectedToenormous triumphthe policy or the Asquith Unlstryand of the Irish hwe gathered party all these bills wentalongby malorltfes above the normal Thehomo rule bill had a majority ot109 and the Welsh disestablishment104 The Irishmen UAIJOCLmprej especiallyorelyingannouncement wasansurpriseEven ooglntofhave andagainthemselvesfromandemigratedcreatingsuch Iswillopinion Ec iieJ lL desperate cardmfffiII aFinonncelA ta Carson and lilitraveling threatsexcitecontempt andprivate Information novestscirclestCarsonstt buslncsaandBelfast of anyattempt to produce anarchy TheHouse wJ11rejecttherebylj orLordsverdict ofthe beengrowingpossibleThis founda fdinner Thursday anepochihefirsteverwas entertained by the Irish party thathappenedtlteproceedingsprlvatebutqulths speech expressed his cent fi rcachlngtheand unqualified as to arouse his Irish hosts to the highest pltohi of enthusiasm This speech compressed within ten minutes and tonesismilestone yet reached In the home tale tight Equal enthusiasm was created by Asqulths declaration that IJandEngland Except this speech of Asqultha and few I proposIng Lslliiith CabInetdelighttolrehIndsfreelomwhlchDoth hosts and guests spoke with the SUtcl ysutxhx onoltstthatho Ivother general election but nobody really believes outside their ranks that the King brought up In strict constitutional principles by his r father and grandmother will eyed contemplate such an unconstitutional action VACATION IN IRELAND After many years the Rev John soonbdobyvleRhlbyvJ1othFallRivercompanyithFrankSpainbleorTcrsoyBefor vlsltMInIster liuthewillspentabout two months Durjns hi aencRlY Francis OConno lbse acting pastor A n T P i i f gJ3NTUOKY 1 I A1l RIOAN I Il ufiMRI6fiNt sated to tile Social mad Moral idTtuceraemeat el Irlih Aaerlcias and CaAolIci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order pi Hibernians Young Ideas Institute and CatboHc Knights of America PublishersRAUBSCRIPTLON PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SIMILE COPY ac Bnt rd tt tilt U llTlll PoitiHIci ai 8 oadCl J fUtt f Aires ill CommailcttUii to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN UMI Weatareu St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 1919131 COMMENDS ACTING GOVEUNOK Upon all sides are heard words ot commendation for Lieut Gov Ed ward J McDermott for his firmness and wisdom In the settlement of the differences between the Lexington Railroad Company and Its striking employes Instead of calling out the State troops and Incurring au enormous expense the Governor proceeded to the Bluegrass capital and reviewed the situation for himself Without any hesitancy he called to gether the representatives of the railroad and its employes and pointed out the duty they owed the city and State being firm and just to each side The gratifying result was that the strike was called offw arbitration was agreed upon the men returned to work and all is again harmonious altogether due to Coy McDermott who would make a most excellent Chairman for Presi dent Wilsons new National Board of Mediation and Conciliation CARDINAL GIBBONS His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will celebrate his seventyninth birthday next Wednesday The Kentucky Irish American Joins with the American people and tenders its hearty congratulations praying that God will prolong his earthly life for many years Cardinal Gibbons was ordained fiftytwo years ago and twentyseven years ago became a member of the Sacred College This great American churchman now i stands second in seniority in the College of Cardinals HIT DOG YELPS The Kentucky Irish American Is In receipt of an anonymous com munication disputing the expose in these columns of the Menaces favorite take story that the assas sins of Presidents Lincoln Garfield McKinley were Catholics but esnt show anyp Lo tho con trary Our data gathered from Protes ant sources must have certainly hurt the feelings of some Menace adherent in this neck of the woods AMOUNTS TO NOTHING The House of Lords after defeat ing the second reading of the home rule bill for Ireland adopted a reso lution to submit the measure to the judgment of the country This amounts to nothing and will not alter the determination of the Gov ernment to grant Jreland her free dom before this time next year The showing made the past year by Catholic educational Institutions conducting medical departments has been most encouraging Graduates of all schools must undergo examina tion before being granted license to practice medicine From the Journal of the American Medical Association we learn that the St Louis Uni r yeasty lleads all the large institu tions in this respect im this country with a record of but three failures out of ninetyone examinations This surpassed Columbia Harvard Uni versity of Pennsylvania John Hop kins Rush University and others equally large The ninety gradu ates of the St Louis University class ot 1910 were examined without a single failure These are facts worth knowing by Catholic young men who contemplate following the medical profession I Now that they can vote women bosses are beginning to loom up in Chicago Hull House Miss Jane Adams who stumped the country t for Roosevelt will be prominent and will be followed by others of hardly less influence Strange to say but nevertheless true there are women leaders who are supporters of Hinky Dink Kenna and Bath house John Coughlin the Aldermen who have given tho First ward and Chicago much notoriety The women are now dividing Into opposing fac tions that presage little influence for their movement The time has arrived forparents who Intend tb send a son or daughter 0 away to school this year to familiar ize themselves with the advantages the various institutions have to offerInstead of barring motorcycles from the streets how about teeting the unity someot the rider who say they Tide motorcycle for pleas = e eis no gatunying tlmt Cath r edneatIO1L Thwjr have invested in their educational prop ertlesin this country 100000000 and are contributing another 10000000 annually for the maintenance of tho same Their educa tional institutions have a population of over 1250000 r SOCIETY 1 JMiss Margaret Orogan has gone to Chicago for the summer Mr and Mrs Jerome J Drfscoll are visiting at Newcastle Ky Mr and Mrs Merit ONeal are sojourning at Grayson Springs John Conniff has just returned from a ten days visit to Chicago Misses Mary Byrne and Adelta Stewart left Monday night for Ashe vllle N CIMisses Ethel Greely and Irene Ross are visiting relatives at Grassy Creek Ind John Silk Is home from his vaca tion having made a two weeks tour of the West Miss Mayme Barrett was a recenl visitor to the Misses Foley att Pewee Valley Mr and Mrs Alexis Schulten hav gone to New York and Brooklyn for a twoweeks stay Miss Mary Curloy went to Central City last week for a visit with Mr and Mrs E P Mallory Misses Catherine and Mary Flnne Kan have gone to Buffalo Where they will remain until fall Miss Irene Stack Is spending her vacation In Shelbyvllle the guest of John M Casey and family Mrs S Evern Third avenue ha MiRS11arlaMisses Joe Kelly and Elizabeth Brady are homo from Aurora Ill yisitlnirleads1 1 Mrs A M Scroggin housekeeper at St Leos church rectory Is home after a two weeks visit to Grayson Springs Harry Welsh of the Illinois Cen tral freight department is spendin- his vacation with relatives in South ern Indiana Miss Catherine Clark 1130 South Seventh street Is home from a two weeks vacation spent In the large Eastern cities Mr and Mrs Owen Sullivan and family of Cherokee road have re tbrongittheMisses Mlntle Kellner and Eliza beth WeItzel are home from Frankfort whero they visited Mrs WIlli lam Q Weltzcl r Mr and Mrs Pat Egan and chil dren of Memphis were recent guests of Mr and Mrs William Flood at Eastwood Miss Abble C Chester and brother Edmund Chester are visit Ing in Deming New Mexico as the guests of relatives William Olberman and hlsmother Mrs Luvinlc Olbermhp are vlslrliiu In Frankfort the guests of Mrs William Weltssel and Mrs Thomas Heffner Misses Mary and Angie Flynn are In St Louis to spend the summer and are attending a house party given boulevard by Mrs J W Corcoran 5053 Mrs Walter Iorsey East Chest nut street Jeffersonville had as her guetss this week Miss Helen Burkp of Louisville and Miss Ermine Jacques of Chicago Mr and Mrs W J North of De here11rs I and11rsi Mr and Mrs George B Salendar vIsitedfrlendIJtheir home iin Frankfort accompanied by Miss gallic and Robert Hnrreld Miss Mary Brannlgan left Thurs day for an extended European trip RomeDublinpoints of Interest returning the lat ter part of September Miss Bessie Settle who has been the guest of Miss Mary Forst for the past month in South Louisville has returned to her home In Maud Ky While here she made for herself a wldb circle of friends I theetxtveniagtaMlaeeaS0 npeuthildaiiUIan 8tetertAdelel Wemp Olivia Iaymeteler FONTAINEFERRV Xtragood Vaudeville 1 OC DcALL1 Free Concerts by Natiellos Band BIG NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running wa ter PHOENIX HILL PARK l1II Open For the Seos NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic Socials Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties sbould consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contract 3ARRY DECKER Assistant Managncr Henry Zaepfel Albert Thornsberry Vernon Sumter Ed Score Alfred Hlttlnger Jack Woolfort Joe Gun flier Will Strubol and Ted Andcr son Miss Margaret Wiggins 732 South Twentyfourth street entertained at dinner Thursday evening in honor Miss Imelda Cowan of Dayton Ohio who is visiting her aunts the Misses ONeill West Brecklnrjdge street i Mrs M J Tierney and daughter Lulle accompanied by Miss Ella Stoll of New Albany have left the city for a Southern trip and wilt visit relatives and friends In Memphis Texarknna Honey Grove and Stl Loulsfi Mrs Andrew J Corcoran and sister Miss Ethel Wathen left last week for Belleville Ont where Mrs Corcoran will reside in the future Mr Corcoran left several weeks ago to take charge of largo business CanadaeMiss Margaret Sullivan South Louisville has hadas her guests Misses Irene and Marie Reardon of Cincinnati They wero entertained at a lawn party given in their honor by Miss Catherine McAughan 310U Third street when covers were laid for nineteen TWIN CITY LEAGUE Some enthusiastic rooting can bt expected In the Catholic Baseball League tomorrow morning when the Spring Bank and Champions meet both teams having a large following and this game will decide the temporary possession of first place The Hruins will meet the Hepburns the Shamrocks will play the Athletics 1whYlel the Kentucky Oaks wIH Jour to New Albany to meet the Cadets The standing to date W L Pet Spring Banks 8 3 727 Champions 8 4 667 Kentucky Oaks 7 5 583 Shamrocks 6 5 5- 45Brulna5 7 417 900gCadets 4 7 364 Athletics 3 8 273 RECENT DEATHS George J Murphy a well known member of the police force died Wednesday morning at his home 1923 Bank street following a brief Illness of pneumonia He was forty two years old and is survived by his widow and three daughters The funeral was held Friday morning from St Patricks church and was largely attended The last solemnities over the re mains of Daniel Sweeney for a num ber of years the baseball Idol of the West End who played In the Na tional League under tanager John McCloskey were held Monday morning tram St Patricks church Surviving him are two brothers J J fiwteuey Superintendent of the Greenbrler distillery and Thomas Sweeney and two sisters Danny Sweeney was a favorite with the ball players of the old days who sent many messages of condolence when they yearned of his death DELIGHTFUL MOONLIGHT The moonlight excursion of the Hibernian Social Club Monday night was a most delightful affair Long before the time for the pleasant river ride the boat was crowded wth ladles and gentlemen who never spent a more enjoyable evening The members of the committee saw that all were eared for and had a good time and therebyadded to their already great popularity Those who could not go express the hope that the Hibernian Social Club will soon give another PICNIC FOR ST PAULS An tlho attend the picnic for St Pauls church next Wednesday at Phoenix Hill Park will enjoy a day long to be remembered Features will be the chicken dinner the ama teur singers contest and the euchre and lotto games Many handsome prizes will be awarded ticketholders and players and for all there will be an interesting and enjoyable pro gramme of amusements HUNTER BURltE BETTER Attorney Js Hunter Burke who underwent an operation for appendicitis at St Anthonys Hospital sfoofl the ordeal well and will re cover It is thought he can soon be removed to his home 659 South Thirtyfourth street TOASTS THE IiADIBB At a dinner of firemen recently the following toast was offered VTht Jjtflett Their tyre kindle the only lama which w4 sea not u- Uuulahand Itftte tb f II 110hisiarMCie ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection TRANSYLVANIAE1 Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building GRAND ALLDAY PICNICt FOR THE BENEFIT OF ST PAULS CHURCH PHOENIX HILL PARK WEDNESDAY JULY 23 COUNTRY CHICKEN DINNER Euchre and Lotto Games at 3 and 8 oclock with many handsome awards Amateur night for singers for prize ofS in gold Amuse ments for young and old and latest music by Collins Band Grand prizes on the entrance tickets which are only 10 cents RETAIL GROCERS ALLDAY OUTING Fontaine Ferry Park Thursday July 24 SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE IN THEATER FREE CONCERT IN PARK Better Bargains than ever at Country Store Noth ing over ten cents Get a Barrel of Flour or a Load of Coal for ten cents An Electric Scale value 18500 and a Section of Walker Bins value 35 00 will be disposedof Come early Watch the swimmers in the big pool Bring your lunch Tables free in park NOTICE TO USERS OF GAS AND ELECTRICITY Contracts shave been let for the construction of a pipe line to bring natural gas to Louisville Pending the arrival of natural gas the Artificial gas now sold by this company will bo furnished at the following prices GAS USED FOR LIGHTING PURPOSES120 per thousand cubic feet with a discount of 20 cents per thousand for prompt payment GAS USED FOR HEATING PURPOSES 722 cents per thousand cubic feeet provided the Consumption is as much as 1400 cubic feet each month Whenever the consumption of gas for any month falls short of 1400 cubic feet the price of gas will be as follows For 100 foot or loss 44 cents For more than 100 feet and less than SOO teetbO cents For more than 300 feet anil less than 700 feet 07 cents For more Ulan 700 foot and less Ulan 1100 feet 78 cents T For more than 1100 feet and lops than 1300 feetSi cents i T i Ten per cent discount will be allowed on all these charges pro vided the hill Is paid within the discount period It will be observed that the price of 75 cents heretofore charged by the Louisville Gas Company for gas used for heating purposes has been reduced to 65 cents the price heretofore charged by the Ken tucky Heating Company- As soon as the work can be done the city will be redistrIcted in such a way as to make bills for gas electricity and other service rendered by this company fall due on the same date in each district Pay stations will also be established at places convenient to our cus tomers where bills may be paid Bills for electricity both for light and power will be rendered In accordance with the contract between the City of Louisville and H M Byllesby Company which contract has been published and has been assumed by this company Wherever persons firms or corporations have contracts for definite terms with either the Louisville Lighting Company the G Fetter Company the Campbell Electric Company or the Electric Company such contracts will be respected and GeorgQIIby this company The collection of bills at the office of the Kentucky I pany at Seventh and Ormsby and also at the office of the Kentucky Electric Company on Fourth near Chestnut has been discontinued All bills payable at either of these places may be paid either at the office of this company 311 West Chestnut street or at one of the pay stations indicated on the backof the bill I Louisville Gas and Electric Company i By DONALD cDONALDII i Vice President and KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING u 321 eJ Mist leliers5tt LoulnUh NOTICE TO VOTERS The Supplementary Registration for the Primary Electionto- be held August 2 1913 will be held in the County Clerks Office Court House on Saturday July 191913 between the hours ot six 6 a m and twelve 12 oclock midnight The following persons and no others shall be entitled to regis ter at said Supplemental Registration FirstAny persons who were absent from the City or Town of their residence during the entire time of the Registration of the preceding year Second Persons who were prevented from registering by rea son of their own sickness or by death intheir immediate families In case of illness physicians affidavit is required ThirdiPersons who moved into the City or Town of their pres ent residence after the latest date that would enable them to regis ter for the purpose of voting in the last regular election and who have the qualification Qf voters In the preciacts in which they reside FourthPersons who have become of age since the lastelection and have the qualifications of Electors Fifth =Persons removing from one precinct to another since the lasbregular election After having registered at his former residence i J and prc Hct P So RAY I u Clerk Jefferson CogatyCourt t J L CASUALTY INSURANCE co I HI 11111111111 ++ Ii 1+ 111111 I 1101 ++01 I 10101 1I1II11 t to HERMAN STRAUS 3 SONSMARKET STREET g We Give and Redeem- ProfitSharing Certificates H RED STAJJPThe Only Stamp With a Cab 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 will be issued on charge purchases when bills are paid on or before the 10th of the following month HHHM + I I 10 1010++ 59 Years On Your Money Guarded On Interest The interest and all that a part of your weekly earnings would aoon amount to in this safe old daysforgood paying 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 compounded every six months until you are ready to use it For 59 years we have been faithfully safeguarding the peoples money and we offer ypu the same protection under the directsupervision of theState of Kentucky- A dollar deposit starts you Begin today It if what you save that count GermanlnsuranceBank 207211 W Market Street Between 2nd and 3rd HCW IbecfcPrc A P WuAlerVlc Pre J C RobbertCarbter Edmund RppAotCu6Jo- hnEEfuMn Mgr Saving Depth DffiECTORSHeniyAInutedi Chas SchohrJr KopmeierHears I CERTIFICATES Guard REAL COUNTRY PICNIC FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH AT PEWEE VALLEY Wooldridges Grove Wooldridge Station Take Louisville and Eastern Lagrange Electric Cars TUESDA JhlreY 1913- II fCKETS 10c MEALS 25ciEvery ticket entitles bolder to achance on Fine Kitchen Cabinet In addl Uo 9 theJollowlng prizes will be awarded Sow with young ones a beautiful hand made Lace Bed Covering consisting of spread bolster cover etc a Life feed Dratted Doll aBd a Flue Umbrella to the candidate for public office polling tkemoMvotMiBta oopularlty contwt Musk Refreshments t IJf r a t r j t Tr EiiTUOKYAltD3RI arr IIOOIIiYIIONE 88 123 J J ARRETTSmsll I X22 FUNERAL AND East DIRECTORSII + 11 11ss111 1+ 11 1 110 11111 111i0oi1111 II I I 1111111 So THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 1221 WEST MARKET STREET HHH bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETIK f TELEPHONE 81O f f t t f t t t t f f f t t t T T T T T T II I 1 01 + 111111 iuIISo++t++z +++ t DOUGHERTY McELIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Guinb Main 200Sa Home City 2003 10 Jo OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERsWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS U 1111111 1111 U +srrtIII U sat3+ tFINH WINES AL ELOLB AGNESII 323 West Green Street i LIQUORS CIGARS t+1111 oJ 11 r J +HI 01 ++IIIIII III II Jo 11 I III 11111 1111111 t r + DR J T CHAWKII I Veterinary Infirmaryx713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREETIITilipkmsCDinb S 299i Nose City Aei0+604ti600s Yx tBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURER Ht McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky R All the lateand sew Styles and Shape realonableprlcHcalland HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dhtillers and Wholesale Deal KeatuckyWhiakiee Pearl of Nelson MOTTLED IN BOtfD TiltiiiM 1MI 14Wm tTMET o i r i BEDDING PLANTSf Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 SrFOURTBAVE Both PJones 223 CIT jresr boys aa aacaWoa that win f yr yorehem for 1U ST XAVIERS COLLEQfc 118 W Jlnawar1oaln1U Xy + Conducted by Ui XavorUa Brother Claaoloal Soteatlfle and BvalRes I LuleSwIlntrPeelWeUeNnas Tenu YNRA ire J S Dk- I f- II HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Mondayt night and an interesting session Is prom ised All auxiliary County Presidents In Illinois report a large Increase In membership e Denver Hibernians wilt hold their fciilrtyQret annual reunion tomorrow at Eldorado Springs Reports at the annual meeting of the Illinois Ladles Auxiliary State Board show the order In very good conditionDivision lof Portland Ore gave a successful smoker last week and greatly enjoyed the address of Rev Father OHara The Illinois Ladles Auxiliary distributed 1500 diplomas among the children who have completed thef Irish history course Only routine business was trans cted at the meeting or Division 1 Important matters will come up at the first meeting In August The Hibernian Social Club ecored another success Thero are a number who regret that they were un able to be with the merry crowd President W1 Connelly has issued a call for a meeting of the County Board for next Friday night at Bertrand Hall All delegates should attend National President Regan was In Cclumet Mich the first week of the month and addressed largely attend ed meetings held by the auxiliary and division I A division was organized at Lake view Ore on July 4 Fiftyfour members were received and promise made that the number will reach 200 In a short time Division i of Portland Ore en tertained its members and their friends at a public session Monday night There was a smoker and a number of novel features One of the most earnest workers for tho Ancient Order In Louisville Is James Welsh Treasurer of Division 2 Jim has ability that would make him a desirable executive for any dl vfslonJust now quiet reigns in local Hibernian circles but it is expected the County Board will soon arrange for its annual reunion to be followed later by the affairs of the various di visionsA audience assembled n Emmet Memorial Hall In Chicago to witness the awarding of Irish history scholarships and the essay contest participated dn by schools from all parts of Illinois There I are many members who consider themselves good Hibernians that are seldom seen at meetings Unless they attend at least one meet ing each month they fall In their duty Attendanco at meetings has a beneficial and encouraging effect and does more for tho upbuildng of the 01 der than the mere payment of dues NEXT FERRY BILL The uniformly excellent vaudeville presented at Fontaine Ferry serves to increase the attendance at that popular place of outdoor amuses ment For next week Manager Bllgcr announces a bill that can be designated without a headline due to the merit of each number that will be presented The swimming pool is growing in favor with the public and the popular and classical music provided by Natiellos band continues one of the Ferrys most highly appreciated attractions VINCENTIAXS i Tomorrow morning the various conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will celebrate the feast of their patron at St Patricks church In the afternoon the quarterly meeting will take place at the Knights of Columbus home on Fourth street The Vincentlans will receive holy communion in a body and Vicar General Cronin will be tht celebrant of the mass MOUNTED OFFICER INJURED Mounted Patrolman James Malonoy of the Fourth police cue tract was seriously injured Wednes day evening When leaving the sta tion at Nineteenth and Main his horse slipped and fell the rider sustaining a fracture of the left leg and several bruises about the body Ho was at once removed to his homo 2125 Rowan street where he is resting easy ANOTHER PAGEANT The Louisville Knights of Colum bus encouraged by the success of their Fourth of July celebration of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence plan another great pagpant for Landing day October 12 This will be produced on an elaborate scale at the Armory the details for which are now being workttd out I FRANCISCAN PROVINCIAL Tho Rev Father Raphael of Spalding Neb was on Wednesday elected Provincial of Order of the United StateThe FrancisCollegeIng was presided over by the Rev Father Plus Trynovlc Minister expressly SILVER SET FOR SCHULKK- v The sliver set donated by Mrs James Donnelly to be disposed of at the recent euchre for the benefit of St Aloyslus church at Pewee Val DomhtlclfSchuleras the holder of ticket 148 HINTS FOR THE HOUSE inironingand put It In the sun Make aprons underwear and etill dreai romper of cotton crepe Jt you would save Ironing To 41MB deltoat deader TMM j jI1 h ri vOTE Fatz AB KILKELLY BMOI433i I ELLY CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLEEi- ghth Magisterial District composed of the First to the Ninth Precinct of the Eleventh ward and whole the Twelfth ward Subject to the action of Demo cratic party FORA DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor goto WM F MAYERf 413 W MARKET ST CENTRAL FURNITUREf CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Greet Sti We furnish the home com plete on easy payments IIWH CALLAQHAN Mir Suet Dept aa airq + SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu lok Financial SecretaryJoseph Farrell TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryrJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn JHes elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noob- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thpmaa Far elfSentinelM J McDermott v M Y MAOraN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonSecond Vice President John J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry JT Kibbey Treasure ebastlan Hubbuch Marshal JJred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Ora- t1r partly fill them with water and un cooked rice and shnkewellIOne tablespoonful of ammonia to every gallon of suds will keep flan nels and woolens as good as newIflush piazza floors with water and let the water evaporate If you wish to cool the air on a hot day A dustless duster Is a great help for wood floors This Is a mop made of Oiled waste which eats up the dust To remove the grease from coal stove or gas range before blackening or washing it newspaper is ex cellent r HEALTH HEIGHT The hlgheet point to which man beingvery16600feet1- I t f f KNIOWK OfP IMlUifflNI I E Late News That Vlj Interest Membors Here and Else where Contracts aggregating i97000 have been let for the building of the Los Angeles club house Starting with seventyflve members a new council has just been In stituted at Jerseyvllle III There were seventyrthree In the class that received the fourth degree at Toledo last Sunday week xihe councils at Boulder and Long mont Col united and conferred the three degrees on thirtyfour candi dates The Knights of Monroe La win produce a great musical comedy show for the benefit of St Francis Sanitarium The Knights of Trenton N J and Cohoes N Y have decided upon the purchase of grOund and will erect fine buildings Many Knights from the Southern and Western cities will pass through Louisville en route to the Boston convention Like Louisville Now York Knights had a glorloUs celebration of the Fourth In Prospect Park Former Oov Burke was the orator of the day The colors of the order are red white and blue Emblems of the third degree embrace all three and pins charms and buttons carry identical colors The Daughters of Isabella organ ized ten years ago has now 119000 members Their fifth biennial con vention was held last week in Utica NY where the order was founded and was very successful thirtytwo Slates being represented ST GKOUOKS PICNIC A picnic under the auspices of St Georges church will be given at Spring Bank Park next Tuesday the proceeds to be donated toward the organ fund and the members of the congregation are endeavoring to have the assistance of their friends from all parts of town In aiding them In their laudable and charitable enterprise Euchre will be at 3- Illockln the afternoon and an elegant dinner and supper will be served by the ladles of the parish Seventeen handsome prizes will be disposed of at the picnic the princi pal ones having been donated by the different church societies and are unique and valuable in their line I SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB An outing will be given at Wlg ginton Station tomorrow under the auspices of the Social Democratic Club which is one of our strongest local political organizations The Committee of Arrangements are Ben Schulman Jerome King Al Rosen berg William J Connors John JBarry Joseph Wledokamp Charles Cherry and Rush WatkIns Take Okolona cars which lleave the Jef ferson street station every lulf hours MIDSUMMER DANCK The Young Mens Social Club which is composed principally of members of the Twin City Baseball League are issuing invitations for i midsummer dance at Utopian Hall next Friday evening and the pony committee of arrangements will be In charge composed of Thomas R Heslln Ray Owens and Leo P Rellly WINNER OF DOLL I Miss Lula May Smith represent HeartRetreatdisposed of at the recent picnic was awarded to HenrygSlmon- FOR LABOR DAY One of the most notable events In the annals of the Catholic church in Ottawa III will be the dedication of three parochial schools on Labor day by Archbishop Quigley of Chicago LATEST IN STYLE Mandarini or seton sleeves aro in as great favor as ever Separate vests or waistcoats to coats are very popular Serge will come to the front for practical street dresses Poplins both plain and figured are as much liked as ever A great many blouses of white messallne will be seen this fall besttorFoulard frocks for young girls are being made with twotiered skirts Skirts with plaited flounces marto of tulle or lace are increasing in favorCutaway effects are promised again for fall coats but may bo longerSeparate skirts of white serge with blue hair stripes are always good style varylinLEADING IN CANADA The fifth census of Canada taken up two years ago shows seventynlrio different religions in the Dominion At the head of the list stands the Catholics with a total membership of 2833041 out of a population of 7206643 This represents an in crease of 6044441 during the past decade or 3931 per cent of the populationFILLER FOR CRACKS Housekeepers will find that shqllac either melted by heat or die solved in alcohol to make a thick paste isi an excellent filler for cracks in furniture ANCIENT IS GALWAY Galway in Ireland is quite an anefent city Its castle was built in 11 41ta town walls about 1270 and ninechapels I Il1 T y FRANK FEHR BREWING CO IINCOIORATED Brewers and Bottlers tlI LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREW a Is Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1911 TfIE WIEDEMANN 1 INCORPORATEDtiBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flare QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst StreetIAre Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordtf a Case for Your Home r TELEPHONES Homi 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN EFR0WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVTLIjIB KYVo NOW SOLD IN BOTTLESjj OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME 11- a 1- a 1- n JOHN F INCORPOOERTEL CO PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY Special Notice to Altar Societies We havo on hand a large and ex clusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice Laces Wo have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think- Ing of purchasing the shove soon It will pay you to look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces we know you will bo 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 SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of CincinnatiO- ne of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 0110 ITBJI R Ad VBJNJCJBJ TJe1Ion- c3u i d TAil FAVORITES 3rt off Louisvilles Particular Smptwe TARPY SPECIAL IOc Cig- arLITTLE A JI Sc Cigar The cigars without an eqtralta quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade f and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging a x price from 7500 to 20000 RBi which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing pleaseglve its a call at our warerooms 318329 West Green StrNow Muldoon Monument CI CB THOMPSON FLOR1STY e ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVBNUM Both Telepkoaloge- Alt orders receive prompt attMtfc and satisfaction guaranteed AJelightMSmoke PHONB CITY 2310 FOR CLEOPATRA J GONDOLA a- kA j DOMEGB225 S ClayStr t a- R L i w P- 1tgNTUOKY1 Is L MERICAK JohnH Buscherneyer FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Demo cratic Party Do You Realize What= Nicksi Green Label Means to You If not listen It means double premium value at GREEN TRADING ST VMP forour store or one each GREEN LABEL Alsoif 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 conditions by y- l a Nick Warisse Baking Co vwvvvvwv vvvvwv-ii THE H B W STORE houseShould keeper when they need Carpets Rugs and Draperies Our Market street location makes it possible sell the Highest Class Goods at most toII prices We know that you can do better at store If you look for good merchandise I Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff- jj 522524 WEST MARKET STREET i rti I MOTIIERSBREADt t t 1 4 rr Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in 4I I t the South e For Your Furniture Wants 1 WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best r JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I t ++11 lI1llllll11 Y H NOW4 IS BETTER THAN WHEN GAS STOVES Sold now can be connected now but when bought in the rush season we cannot tell just when we can get is your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY AWNINGSANPTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one h re- Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent arid Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 laO N TrllRD ST nD1 0 CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATORTH- IRTY SIXTH DISTRICT Subject to the Action of the democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTJE5 FOR George Scltlegel FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEHAN Candidate For ReEkctlon CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1918 19J3 Primary August 2 19J3 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SURVEYORJEFFE Subject to Action or Democratic Party Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE F- ORCORONERSubject to Action DemocratlcP arty BEN SCHULMAN CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE sins MAMSTCRIAL DISTRiCT CftttpMM W FMHHlf FnB SfXtt Ml Sf MHl wanti Subjwt to Actlpn pt tits DMserUo Fart 4 4HI l J JOHN R PFLANZ Candidate For KcEIooion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election lugust 2 JL913 JOSEPH M BEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party A 1M El LgR CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you four years as Sheriff and If you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it WILLIAMI L HOLLEY CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to Action of the Democratic Party HENRY E CRAWFORD CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEThird Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party I Fred T Heffernan CANDIDATE j O- RCOUNCILMAN TWELFTH WARP Voted For City at Large Subject to Action of Democratic Patti I AGENTS WAN1SD Agents wanted everywhere to sell our beautiful line of Sacred Pic turN Catholic Fruit and Flower Oleographs for framing and post cards You caR earn Ii dally Import Distributing Company 25 West Fortysecond street New York City I NORTh CAROLINA MINES The largest gold mines in the United States east of the BlaeX Hllli era Iii North Carolina r 1iS RAY Candidate For ReEkctlon COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 QEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEEig- hth Magisterial District Composed of the Elev enth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 ANDREW M SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER 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 C J OlfcOESAJV CANDIDATE F- ORSHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas C Foster CANDIDATE FOR JATtTitJEFFERSON Subject to Action of the Democratic PartyChas W Milliken r CANDIDATE FOR pITY TREASURER Subject to Action of the Democratic PartyI served you for four years ai City Tax Receiver and being Ineligible to succeed myself am of fcrlar for City Trtatwtfc It1 jh- J jft T J I A EOIt FREE Half Dozen Large Fancy ICE TEA GLASSES tt Given Away This Week WithII 1 Lb NEW BLEND Tea 60c Best For Ice Tea Try It The Roaster JOHN H MULLOY e Hum Pbon 1313 Q11 w MARIIDh wrTafacr S 8 TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVan- illa Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY TRYTULL TIKE IT FIVE CENTS Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious Delightful and Refreshing in Hot Weather BANNON The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all best Gas Range offered public It most practical burner devised The Quick Meal is easiest clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real mer- itGEHER SON West Market IT DOESNT 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