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WE DO FIRST Give This Next VOLUME XXXIIINO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 11 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS CHALLENGE Opportunity For A P A Bigot to Obtain Nice Sum of 25000 Dr Cummings Issues Challcngi to Any Bigot in This Country Hot Sizzling Letter to Baptls Minister Who Published Old Fake CALLS JUNIORS AND GUARDIAN The Menace Peril and other A P A sheets including the Mountain Advocate published at Barbourvllle Ky have repeatedly reprinted the stale old canard about Presidents Lincoln Garfield and McKinley be ing assassinated by Catholics and have steadfastly refused to believe the convincing proofs published in the Catholic press from time to time that their stories were false Every little old twobyfour Junior Order and Guardian of Liberty speaker has shrieked out the same old rehashed lie from time to time until they have worked into a frenzy their following of dupes and Ig noramuses many of whom will never know any better not being able to read while others dont want to know any better being content to travel through life with a continual grudge against their Catholic fellow citizen always being active In some darklantern society seeking to create trouble through religious preju diceThe Baptist press as a rule and especially throughout the South has been ever ready to take a fling at anything Catholic and this weak peas was responsible for the awful jolt given Rev Ben Bogard a Bap tist preacher and editor of the Bap tist Commoner published at Staska Texas by Dr Charles M Cummings of WilHamsport Pa who has ren dered signal service in the past couple of years by his challenges to the Menace and Peril type of bigots to prove their published calumnies The Bogard above referred to had been harping on the old story of the three Presidents being killed by Catholics and had written to the 1 Dfettace ttating that gtbaCrummlrige expose of this rake was a falsehood The following is Dr Cummings answer and which has driven Bogard In his hole for awhile at least Wllllamsport Pa June 22 1914 Ben Bogard Editor Baptist Commoner Staska TexasDear Ben Many thanks for your compliments in the Menace of June 20 1914 Benny you have another guess com ing I did not even know Menace Calumnies Refuted would win the distinguished approval of the Bishop and censor whose names do such great honor to my pamphlet until I sow the first copy No doubt I have the learned able aggressive good Father Noll to thank for se curing their distinguished considera tion Nobody but a pinheaded degenerate like yourself would object to their granting such an honor if they so desired Dear Benny it is never my plan to engage in bicker- Ing back and forth with such ignor ant bigots as you There Is a much more effective and decisive plan to settle our dispute Two and two make four no other number Either you are a liar or I am That is a selfevident fact You say that the Catholics murdered the Presidents I say you lie that they were mur dered by nonCatholics From what you say you must have Menace Calumnies Refuted Did you see therein that my challenge was open to any bigot in America That means you Ben Fearing you might not relish the conditions named in those challenges I will offer you a special mild one I will agree to meet you and go to the leading bonding company of Baltf more there to negotiate two surety bonds one to the other each in the sum of 25000 This bond to pro vide first That If I prove to the satisfaction of a majority of three reputable judges to be equitably selected by us that Lincoln Garfield and McKinleY were all murdered by nonCatholics 1am to get 25000 if I fail you get It Second provis Ion You shall publish In the Bap tist Commoner any denunciation the victor may word Third provision That one defeated shall exile himself to the Isle of St Helena there to remain until death Now my dear little bigot I am sending you this letter by registered mall today and one to the Menace also by registered mall I ask you both to square your consciences just once by publishing it Finally dear little Ben I dont know what you arc You may be a minister God pity the ministry if you are You may be a crow you have enough black about you for that with apologies to the crow I believe you to be an ordinary scoundrelly lying bigot one of the rodent Popeeating variety Cher ishing the faint hope that I may efc a chance to officially crush this lie lam yours Cups J Cummings M D ANNUAL REPORT The thirtysecond annual report of the Society of the Holy Spirit shows a vast amount of work pla small income totaling only 1696 Besides its missionary work the society liHrlBKthe past twelve months has prettmted upon a large wale the J KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN work of distributing free of cost am throughout all the United State Catholic books papers tracts and leaflets the total distribution for the year being 476001 pieces as against 367000 for the year pre cedingexcess for the last yea 108985 The work of answering In columns of the secular press attack upon Catholic doctrine and Catholic practices has also been continued numerous communications to the ends In question having been published during the year over the signature of the society It Is the hope that these public vindications have accomplished some good and that they have in many things In formed numbers who could not have been reached otherwise In the In terest of Catholic truth HAPPY FOURTH With perfect weather conditions and the proper patriotic spirit pre vailing thousands of people helped to make the Fourth of July picnic and celebration of the now Catholic Orphan Society for the benefit of the St Vincent and St Thomas Asylums a success both socially and financially It was the biggest In dependence day celebration held in the city and everybody was happy Louisvilles best known citizenship was in attendance during the day but once Inside the gates no distinc tion was made Bishop ODonaghuo Vicar General Cronin and lbers- of the clergymen were there and every parish was well represented There were many booths and pleasant methods were devised to swell the receipts which will aggregate a nice sum though the complete re turns will not be known before the next meeting of the society The country store the dairy lunch the linen booth the refreshment stand the fish pond and other attractions did a valiant business and there was great rivalry Many prizes were given away but the committee an nounced that it would be impossible that night to announce the winners The new society and its general com mittee are to be congratulated on the success of their first undertak ing which augers well for a great society and the future welfare of the orphans To so many Is credit due for the work done that It would be unjust to In any way attempt to specialize With this foundationII there Is little doubt but Catholic Orphan Society will be given generous and deserved sup port VINOENTIANS Last Sunday morning President John A Doyle and the officers of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society visited the St Boniface church conference and presented the aggregation papers ThlrvlBitora4we resreeted bya large gathering which indicates that be fore long St Boniface conference will be one of the most active in Louisville Its officers are PresidentFrank A Geher Vice President Henry Ackerman SecretaryHenry Bosse TreasurerJohn Tobe Friday night the Particular Coun cil officers met with St Peters Con ference at St Peters Hall for the same purpose This is another new conference that gives much promise A number of excellent addresses were delivered and encouragement given the society POPE IS WELL A Rome cablegram says the Pope Is In excellent health He has started to take morning drives In the Vatican gardens with one of his secre tarles In a closed carriage He breaths the open air as he says and occasionally walks for a few minutes Usually ho drives as even at such a comparatively early hour the gardens are not very cold The balls and corridors of the apostolic palaces with their light ceilings and thick walls are much cooler and thus there Is some danger of the Pontiff suffering from a chill after returning from the sunny garden to tie tool temperature of the corridors where he would prefer to take walking exercise MEETING CROWDED At the meeting of Division 3 A O H on Monday night the hall was crowded with members every quo having something to say before the proposition for raising the dues ahd ntatonililli 01 Initiation fee was decided With the exception of a few old members all favored the increase The purpose of the proposed change is to raise funds In order to employ some capable person to look after the hall and home all the time and also toe enabled to make needed Improvements ffom time to time The final conclusion reached was that for the present the dues remain the same but all members who can will join the Hibernian Social Club the dues of which are only ten cents per month and in return the club will take over the work and look after the Improvements A large amount of routing business was transacted and eight applications for member ship wore presented NEWPORT The Rev Father James McNerney who for more than a quarter of a century has presided over the Im= maculate Conception pariah in New port has entered upon the fiftieth year of his priesthood Thursday of last week was the fortyninth anniversary of Father McNerneys or dination and from his friends he are the recipient of many congratu lations BISHOP CURM5Y The Rev 3 M Curley just coR lltll8iFlaand is said to bflthe youngest bishop lotMs oouRtry EDUCATORS Close Their Eleventh Annual Convention nt Atlantic I City N 1Il I I jI Brother Julian of This CltyPrc- scntcd One of Lending Papers Beehives No Education Worthy of Name That Excludes Religion I THEY PROTEST AGAINST NATHAN The Catholic Educational Association held its eleventh annual convention at Atlantic City and com pleted its work on July 2 the re sults being most satisfactory to the large and distinguished gathering Many able and carefully prepared papers were read notable among the number being those of Brother Julian of St Xaviers College Very Rev James A Burns C S C Presi dent of Holy Cross College and Rev R H TIerney S J editor of Amer- Ica The purpose of Father Tlrneys paper was to show the importance of the notions of truth and being not only in scholasticism but in ull modern thought The author examined the scholastic sys tem bit by bit showed the place of these two elements therein and traced their ramifications through out each branch of the science He contended that most of the errors of modern philosophy are based on erroneous notions of these two fundamental truths In support of his statement he cited from the philosophic literature of the day Illustrating his thesis from pragmat ism absolutism new realism monism and so on through many authors of many different countries He then considered miscellaneous lit erature essays magazine articles novels and the like pointing out that many of their aberrations were from the same source In conclusion he insisted once again on the im portance of the notion of truth and being stating that a drilling In both would prevent many men from adopting current pcrnlclousj nlons A paper on English in the High School was read In the morning sesr bftt i r the question from all sides and spoke on elocution and debates as adjuncts In bringing about the de sired end of expressive forcible and correct English The paper was di vided Into four sectionsspoken English written English literature In class and private reading at home The paper treated exhaustively of a fouryear course in English includ ing besides thoroughness in spoken and written thoughts drills in elocu tion and debates as a means to bring about the desired end of a course In English Before adjourning the convention expressed Its appreciation of the treatment received at the hands of Bishop McFaul Archbishop Prender gast the clergy and laity of Atlantic City and the press Among the general resolutions adopted were the tallowing We return thanks to our Holy Father for his blessing bestowed each year on this gathering of the Catholic educators of the United StatesAs there can be no education worthy of the name that excludes religion it Is to be regretted that in our country primary intermediate end higher education is Imparted without reference to religious train- Ing We note with pleasure that many prominent educators not of our faith are demanding a remedy Cor this condition We rejoice in the rapid growth of Catholic colleges for women and exhort Catholic parents to send their laughters to those institutions where womanly virtues ore developed under Catholic influence- As State and sectarian universities do not seem fitting places for members of rellglus communities of women to prepare for college and sigh school work we congratulate our Catholic universities and colleges for their zeal In providing courses In education and for opening summer schools where women and especially those of religious com munities may be taught As there is a growing demand for trained social workers and works of charity are becoming more complex and difficult we view with pleasure the opening ofclasses of soclalogy and economics in some ot our Cath olio colleges and seminaries Since we regard the teaching off sexhygiene In the schools as detrimental to morality and since lectures on this subject given in some schools were so vile that they were Excluded by law from the malls of the United States we urge Catholics In every part of the country to op pose the teaching of sexhygiene in schools of their communities Ve deplore the frequent Introduction upon the stage of sex plays and extend our sympathy and coopera Ion to the movement in New York of listing those plays that are proper and encouraging Catholic people not to frequent plays where Christian virtue is derided or endangered While people of every faith and nationality are welcomed to our believehatiDonslble for the unjust elimination if religious instruction from the shoots of Rome and who haY al= vats manifested hitter Jipe HJty to ward our Holy Father the Pope the the proper PanamaPacfJoExposIUon Commissioner of Italy isII The prevailing note of sentiment of the convention Was to make our schools thoroughly Catholic which can not be done My Imply Imitating the pUblic schools and then teach ing catechism fora short time This contention was brought out by the excellent papers not only of the clergy but by those of the Sisters throughoutiterest and profit the three papers presented by the finite which will appear in the general report There was little change in the list of offi cers but great satisfaction was expressed at the action of Father Francis Howard who so generously consented to continue In the office of Secretary General COMING EVENTS Monday July ISJ Annual picnic of St Pauls churchi Phoenix lUll Park H Tuesday July IftrMonllght ex cursion of Hibernian Social Club Tuesday July 7i4Mena lawn fete and supper for St Brlglds church oh grounds at Baxter and Hepburn avenue i Wednesday Jub15Trinity Council annual excursion and allday outing at Fern Groj e Wednesday July 16 Allday pIC- nic for St Vincent le Pauls hchool on grounds at Shelbyi and Oak Wednesday Juljjl 15 iJonlc and diamond ring away at Pewee Valley for benefit of new at Aloysius church A ltTuesday Hibernian an nual reunion and picnic at Phoenix Hill Park 1 Wednesday Julj220TIhaIl3 Festival on grounds of St Josephs Orphans Home Crescent Hill July 27 and 28 Midsummer lawn fete for Sts Mary 1 and Elizabeth Hospital on grounds at Twelfth and Magnolia sif August 4 and 1 6St Columbas church lawn feteon church grounds Vl August 17 and 8HOlY Cross lawn fete and chic Cen supper on church grounds Thirtysecond and Broadway f Thursday August 27 Annual re union and picnic of St Leos congregation on grounds joining church Highland Park tf RECENTDEATHS Cornelius Crow aged fortyone succumbed Sunday evening at the home of his niece Mrs Henry Heughlln 622 Njirth Eighteenth street to an illnfapjof tuberculosis HIsfunraljvasihldJTuesdaymorn 1ng rOms5 PfatItIAdDL tini utr rift tended by many friends and acquaintances Thursday morning death came to Harry Downs aged thirtyfive years at the home of his sister Mrs John Scanlon 1225 Payne street with whom he resided The deceased had many friends who were grieved to learn of his death The funeral will be held this morning from St Brlglds church News of the death of Mary C Ballard beloved wife of William Ballard 1815 West Kentucky street was received Sunday morning by her friends and relatives with feelings of inexpressible grief Mrs Ballard was twentyseven years old and had been 111 only a short time Besides JohnIBallardthree sisters Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Peters church of which she was a devout member EDUCATION HELPS PATRIOTISM Just now Rome is full of Ameri can prelates and many more are expected in the next few months This year the dominant note in the Holy Fathers conversation with vis iting prelates has been the religious education of children iBishop Mc Donnell of Brooklyn In speaking of a private audience at the Vatican said The Popes proverbial love for the young seems to have increased with years He told me that noth ing is dearer to him than the news that a new school or pew asylum for children has been opens He firmly believes that religious education strengthens patrlotlsin and purifies and ennobles IdealsTn every pursuit of life He urged me never to for get the children of my diocese and to send him frequent reports Bishop J J Hartley of Columbus Ohio told practically the same thing MENS FETE AND SUPPER A novel lawn fete and supper will be given on the grounds of St Brlglds church Baxter and Hep burn next Tuesday the admission price being ten cents This affair will be conducted by the men of the parish who have been actively at work for some time The women will have no part in the arrangements this giving them an opportu nity to see what capable cooks and waiters the men are A genuine Haviland dinner sot of seventyfive pieces will be disposed of the value of which IIs = 76 Refreshments will be served on the grounds whore there will be amusements for all MAOKINS SUNSET Everything points to the success of the Mackin Social Club sunset excursion this evening The committees in charge have worked faithfully and indications are weather being favorable that a very enjoyable time will be had by all who take the ride There frill be music dancing and refr8Bhmentsb- eIdHotherpleaslflg filatures The boatlleaves the feet of First street at 530 oclock ff- I BECKHAM I Candidacy Given Awful Setback hy StanleyDemonstrationHere Louisville Democrats Especially Pleasedto Hear Haley pGrWcd Reasons Why Ucckham Con Not Curry the Fifth Dis trict BARREN FOR COMMISSIONER There is no use denying the fact that the local managers of Congress man Stanleys campaign for United States Senator played a strong trump card In the speaking held at the National Theater last Monday evening which is conceded on all sides to have been one of the repre sentative gatherings at a political affair In Louisville The character of the audience was entirely high class no bolsterpus interruptions and careful attention being given Mr Stanley throughout the evening and In addition there were about 2600 present which Is remarkable considering this Is an off year In politics and that none of the three aspirants have ever had anything in common with this city The Stanley campaign managers now claim that the success of their I Louisville effort assures him of the nomination his steady gains out InII the State only being hindered I I through the fact that many of his country supporters were awed by the claim of the Beckham managers I who had been predicting an over whelming majority for their candi date in the cities and especially 1nI Louisville Many of Congressman Stanleys leading workers from out In the State were present on the stage and to say that they were pleased or enthused at his reception Is putting it mildly one of them offering to wager that Stanley would carry this city so impressed was he with the gathering One of the amusing incidents of the evening was the spectacle of Percy Haley squirming in his seat under the grilling given him by Mr Stanley and he plaintively confided to one of our localllegislative representatives t1fAf he iouldirttee h3 helljat being roasted so much that he was not a candidate for any office Haley is now able to realize that his brand of politics Is not very popular in this section and his attempted dictation In the past in local affairs has made him persona non grata here At the outset of this campaign it was contended in the columns of the Kentucky Irish American that there was little if any interest in the Senatorial race the experience of local Democrats in the past proving that they would accomplish anore by remaining neutral or dividing their strength in primaries for State or na tional offices Heretofore they have been pretty near a unit in political contests of this kind the last In stance being in the continued sup port of Senator Ollie James who since his election has ignored local Democrats entirely In giving out political pie Gov McCrcary an other favorite of local Democrats dealt them a body blow by appoint- Ing Dan OSullivan as Prison Com missioner and Lyne Herndon as Hotel Inspector both of whom bolted the Democratic ticket in 1909 and were candidates on an Independent ticket this and other ap pointments of the Governor burning the bridges between him and the Louisville Democracy as expressed by a prominent leader As for Beck ham everyone knows that the Haly Beckham duo has been at daggers points with the Democrats of Louisville for many years none believing In the sincerity of the exGovernors prohibition views and many of the pinion that he pursued a dog in the manger policy by not stepping aside for some other good Democrat during the BradleyBeckham con test thereby causing the loss of a Senatorshlp to the Democratic party Looking at this race from anther angle It can be summed up this way Immediately after the last election and when the prospective Senatorial candidates were men tioned it was the opinion of Demo rats from a local standpoint that InII lieu of the splendid work rendered I the municipal ticket in the last election by the Evening Post no dl sect fight be made against Beckhazn as a sort of return courtesy to the Post and it is believed this policy would have beep marledout if Beck ham and Haley could have been kept away from this city and not allowed to pretend a good feeling between them and Louisville Democrats In addition the announcement that W W Davies the Bull Moosers lead- Ing orator in the last election was espousing the Beckham cause is adding insult to Injury when it is taken into account how Davles at the head of a lot of disgruntled oxs termed every supporter of the Buschemeyer ticket asa Buckslave which still rankles in the bosom of same local Democrats Another mistake was the intimation that Edward T TIerney of the Board of Safety would influence city employes to support Beckham this having just the counter effect As has been stated before neither fir Tierney or any other man or set of men eats Louisvil4eDemocrats porting Beckhwa is an issue An other unfortunate phase of the situa I tion is that Attorney Edward P Humphrey the Beckham campaign I Chairman in this district is especially well thought of In the party and whom many would delight IE assisting in any other cause he espouses but the present one It is not believed that Mr Humphrey is responsible for the bringing Into the local calcium light of Beckham and Haley or that other blunder of try Ing to coerce administration em ployes into supporting the exGov ernors cause Hero is the situation In a nutshell Nine out of every ten men on being queried as to their choice in the Senatorial race will answer by saying I have no especial choice but am against Beck ham which means that Beckham can not hope to carry this dlctrlct In the primary and would seriously endanger the success of the local ticket In November if he Is chosen as the nominee The supporters of Gen Bennett H Young candidate for the short term are highly pleased with the success of his campaign thus far he receiving several big receptions this past week and with the promise ala big vote in Louisville and Lexing ton his managers predict for him a bigvictoryHon B Barrett Repre sentative in the last General As sembly from the Fortyfifth district Is being groomed as a possible can didate for Railroad Commissioner to succeed Billy Klalr next year and many of the leaders have al ready pledged their support know ing that his personal following would make him a formidable candi date in either the primary or gen eral election SPECIAL DANCE PROGRAMME The Committee of Arrangements for the annual reunion and picnic to be given by the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday July 21 are preparing a musical and dance programme to suit the tastes of all the music to con sist of a medley of both the old time songs which are pleasing to the older folks and some of the upto date light and catchy music for the younger people The dance hall has been turned over to the Emerald Hibernian Social Club and they are arranging as variety of dances which are sure to prove a novelty and In deference to the requests of many of the older folks who have never witnessed It have included the tango In the list An oldfashioned quad rille Is also included in the list in which men like George Butler John Hennessy Tom Lynch Tom Dolan Con Ford John Sullivan Tom Tarpy Martin Cusick John Hesslon and veterans of the order will trip the light fantastic toe The popularity of the annual Hibernian picnic was testified to by the remark of one of UurvoldpstsCjtlzensj the other day tair 1tmh1f1 e hSaPnptVmliftd Sts tending this affair once in the past twentyseven years which Is quite a record and speaks for Itself MOURN HER DEATH Called away when she could enjoy the company of a grownup family relieved of the care and anxiety that rood mothers experience in rearing their children Mrs Mary Flanagans loath last Sunday evening at her home 735 West Oak street caused widespread regret and sincere sym pathy for the bereaved son and daughters liens was the peaceful death of a devoted Catholic mother with all the rites of the church re ceived and surrounded by her family Mrs Flanagan was the widow of the ate John Flanagan and since coming from Ireland as a girl over fifty years igo had made this city her home Surviving her are n son Louis Flanagan of St Louis and two laughters Misses Agnes and Kath arine Flanigan The solemn funeral nass was celebrated at St Louis Bertrands church Tuesday morn- Ing and was attended by friends whose numbers almost filled the edifice ORPHAN PICNIC The final meeting of Chairmen and committees arranging for the mnual picnic and outing for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Vsyluni which takes place Wrfnes lay July 22 was held Sunday afternoon at the orphanage attended by all the members EVery Chairman had a favorable report to make and ome new features were reported as having been arranged Meals will be served in the orphanage dining room which Is being equipped with thirty electric fans to insure comfort of the liners In addition to the above feat re the management has provided many more surprises in the vay of amusements A first class bowling alley will be Installed for jnthuslasts in this kind of sport and J theatrical feature This will be one- oC the largest gatherings of the sea ion and should appeal to all those Who enjoy a real German festival md with it all aid a charitable purpose FEAR AMERICAN CASH In the House of Commons John George Butcher Unionist member for York City asked the Government what steps had been taken to meet the danger to the peace of the ountry which results from the ap peal to IrishAmericans of the Irish Nationalists for funds for the support of the Nationalist volunteers Premier Asquith made an evasive newer ANOTHER NEW CHURCH Tomorrow at Brooksvllle Bracken count the cornerstone of the new At James church will be laid with mpressive ceremonies Rev Thomas 14 Coleman the pastor isan earnest worker and is held in high respect by all denominations In Bracken county Many Catholics from the surrounding cities and towns will attend the ceremony I j y rp JIIt f WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Yonr Next Order MUST COME Only Two Issues Now Confront Ending of Home Itule Fight These Are the Area of Exclusion- in Ulster and Time Limit Lord Halshiiry Gives the Die- hards Their Death 11how- ENCOURAGING THE VOLUNTEERS There will be much haggHng and many moments of peril sometimes even all the negotiations may seem Interrupted and tho rupture com plete and finally there Is the ever present danger of a collision in Ulster says T P OConnor In his weekly cable but all the same the general effect of the entire tone and attitude of the House of Lords this week makes everybody believe a settlement of the home rule fight is inevitable The most eloquent proof of this is the utter collapse of the diehards Everybody has repudi ated them including not only LordILansdowne the cold and English leader but also the Ulster Orange leaders like the Duke of Abercorn and Lord Londonderry The diehards got their death blow when old Lord Halsbury the head and front of the movement against acceptance of the Parliament act three years ago and the most stub born Tory in England urged them to surrender Thus the second read Ing of the amending bill which seemed Impossible only a few weeks ago now is assured in the House of LordsThe debate which marked the last milestone of Irelands struggle was studded by frank avowals from every leading Tory Peer that no power on earth could keep the home rule bill from reaching the statute book and that Irelands demand must be faced and settled Even the demartd for the general election which appeared in every Tory speech in the last two years was repudi ated by the remarkable speech of the Archbishop of York now tho greatest figure in the Anglican hurc4 as np help towarda se tle anenttttticroorit = evolvesiromrtlilxrr debate that Ireland must get home rule and that really the only two outstanding Issues are the area of exclusion in Ulster and the time limitThese are not all tile indications that the Tory leaders at last are convinced that the settlement must come and that the sooner it comes the better for them as well as for the Liberals and Irish This col lapse of the irreconcilable opposition which seemed so definite and ob stinate a few weeks ago is at tributed to many causes It is at tributed to the immense financial strain the upkeep ot the Orange volunteer movement Involves It is attributed to the pressure of English public opinion in favor of a settle ment and finally it is attributed more largely to the National volun teer movement than to any other factor Of course the House of Lords will insert impossible amend ments and for the moment they pre tend that nothing will satisfy them but the entire exclusion of all Ulster without any time limit but as a matter of fact what the Orangemen really demand and will strain every nerve to obtain is six counties But as these six include Fermanagh and Tyrone where the Nationalists have a majority this Isa point on which the Nationalists can not yield and on this Issue it Is certain that pro longed struggle and obstinate hag= gling will ensue before the terms of the settlement finally are reached For the moment however it Is im possible not to feel some anxiety about affairs Ui Ulster The Orange leaders it is certain will do their utmost to prevent any disturbances during the twelfth of July celebra tions but there Is great exaspera tion among the Nationalist volun teers who see themselves confronted by the armed Orangemen end who are restive under the constant swaggering provocation of the Orange volunteers The Nationalist volunteer movement in the meantime is going ahead with lightning rapidity and the energy and enthusiasm are Increas- Ing every hour Ireland also shows Its inflexible and universal de termination that the movement shall be under the guidance of Redmond and his colleagues Redmond and every Irish member received daily urgent prayers to attend the reviews of volunteers in all parts ot the country The English and Liberal opinion is equally favorable to the volunteer movement and the spirited letter from Lady Carlisle inclos ing a 1500 subscription will elicit further responses The movement now Is spreading in England The general situation of the Min- Istry has improved from last week when the various pressures on the budget raised Some perils in the long struggle and frequent divisions on the budget Now all the ranks of the Ministerial supporters once more are knit together and next Monday the Ministry will show its determination to push Its pro gramme through by introducing a drastic closure for the remaining- stages of the budget Altogether we have sot nearer a settlement this week bybiger strides thai in any week alrtCethe opening 1Kat the struggle It 7 KENTUOK t XSH 1 MFRYOA1 KENTUCKYt IRISH flMERlGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Catbofitavkds Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans iInstitute and CatboHc Knlgbts of America CffNTUCKY IKI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PubllchvnI HJBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Bntrd at thi LtalivllU PoitoHIc a StcoadCUM n tur Udretf all Communication to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMBRICAN JI92I West Qreei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 11 1914 TESTIMONIALS Kentucky Irish American Gen leinen I like your paper verj much and see no good reason why II should not have had It fifteen eursI Ago Wish you well and enclose 1 1checkfor years subscription YoursI truly K OH Monterey Ky Kentucky Irish American Gen tlcincn Enclosed you will lintI check for two dollars for subscript tion to June 1015 I dont want to miss a copy Tim Kentucky Irish American suits me Very respectfully J S Fairfield Ky ATTENTION BIGOTS The attention of the editor of the Mountain Advocate published alt Barbourvllle Ky Is called to the challenge of Dr Cummings In ou news columns The Knox county editor who by the way Is the lie publican Circuit Clerk rebnshei weekly this old motheaten storj about the assassination of the thre e Presidents by Catholics and my old A P A matter he can lls up ii order to create prejudice agnlns those of that faith- INSURANCE CONFERENCE Much Catholic Interest will betaken In the social Insurance confer once tho first of its kind to bo held In the United States namely the Conference of Catholic Insurance Fraternals which will be held 1lin Chicago on September 28 Among the fraternals that are arranging ti0 participate in this conference are such organizations as the Knights of Columbus Catholic Knights o America Catholic Knights ant11 Ladles of America Catholic Mutua Benefit Association Western Catholic Union and Catholic Order o f Foresters The conference of an important group of organization ls bound to produce beneficial re suits Catholic workmen in particular are looking forward with high expectations to the conference CONDEMNED The teaching of sex hygiene tin public schools has received a body blow from the National EducationalI Association one that should prove effective This was evidenced atl Wednesdays session of that body holding Its national convention atl St Paul when speaker after speaker denounced such a course and foundI themselves greeted with ringing applause Unanimous approval was given the words of Dr Charles H i Keene supervisor of hygiene andI physical training who said WoII should have but the strongest con clubgO1IngI I teach her child the fundamentalt truths of life and would throw theI responsibility upon a teacher or a football coach Such shiftlessness 1is outrageous Sex Instruction placed on the same plane with spelling andl arithmetic will rob it of all ItsI sacredness Knowledge never will compel purity Sex Instruction in schools will but tend to lower the standard of morality If we take up sex hygiene in our schools the homes of America will continue to lose ground and will give up the few privileges they now have to train the childrenThis Is but coming to the Catholic view upon this subject BIBLE AND SCHOOL In the paper read at the Catholic Educational Association convention by theRevC J Holland of Paw tucket R I on Tho Bible and tho School a strong plea was made for the Introduction of the Script ure as an Integral part of the Pa rochial school system In a clear and concise way the reverend speak er maintained that there Is in our day a vital need of Sacred Scripture as well for the religious trainI- ng of our children as for the safeguarding of the jsacred text itself CURSE OF TODAY I It is not the raising of wages that will big better times far lees the deatruettea of property or the robbery of the rich All these things says the Live Issue have been triad and found wanting in- othwrdayr What we want here and iw shall be driven to Uby BMWtiKy sooner or later tlHluxury teee diversion and more hon est rLee vulgar display of their ria iei 1by tke wealthy and more prMttaU teoEslderaUeH ass rmvier f ation of their eanployes would help relieve the strain but less aping of the wealthy by tho laboring classes would relieve it even better an more quickly When the shop girl1 envies and apes tho princess she enters upon the path ot discontent When the socialist dreamer longs to have the champagne and the quail of the rich club man he may get it by violence Just once but after that both he and thise plundered millionaire would have tc feast on husks The French Revolu tlon has proved this The rush for gold and tho rush for rest and pleasure are the curse of our day for they foster tho materialistic c spirit and wean man Gods nobles work on earth from his true des tiny eternal peace In the futur life Roy Wllhoit only paid fourtee- r cents for the Republican nomination for Congress from the Loulsvillil e district Which prompts the New Haven Echo to ask is that not really More than its worth I glvlnIg e Ii bill They propose the exclusion o I Ulster and other amendments tha t the Government can not accept The Catholic church asks m-0 privileges political or otherwise but she will continue to insist ups having her rightsonly this and nothing more IIReligious i I principles according to l I exIi or interest of a Christian man Ilty I WILL STAND fiMAKESI I Mrs Florence A Campbells ac ceptance of the will of her late hus band James Campbell who loft between 30000000 and 40000000 ends all question as to the dlsposa 1of the estate which under the will1 Is to bo held in trust the Income to go Jo Mrs Campbell and her1 I andIi of tho trust the estate will go In Its entirety to St Louis University for Its medical department Mrs Camp bells acceptance is said to make a contest threatened by Mrs William H Harrison of Cincinnati Impossible of success SOCIAL CLUB MOONLIGHT The Hibernian Social Club will1 give their annual moonlight ex cursion on the Steamer Corona next preparingII ofIdance and concert music Is being ar- rangedI I and those desirous of spends t benutlI vantage of this occasion and take1 their wife sweetheart or sister toI share the pleasure The Committee of Arrangements are Thomas A I Quinn John RIley Matt J OBrien John Hesslon and John P Price RECOVERS FROM INJURIES Mrs Mary Mallon who was seri ously injured when a street car ran off the track at First and Jefferson on June 20 is greatly improved and again able to be out Mrs Mallons most painful hurt was to her back and for a time her condition caused her relatives much uneasiness EXCURSION AND OUTING Trinity Council YM I will give its annual excursion and outing next Wednesday at Fern Grove and the sale of tickets indicates a large and happy gathering Boats will leave the foot of First street at 830 oclock in the morning and 130 In the afternoon Tickets will be fifty cents children under fourteen being carried free There will be dancing on the boats and grounds and also various amusements for the enter tainment of old and young During the afternoon there will be an ex citing ball game between tho Trinity and Mackin teams of the Twin City League SUMMER SCHOOL OPENED The Catholic Summer School of America of which the Very Rev John P Chldwlck D D Is now President has opened Its twenty third annual session at Cliff Haven N Y The initial attendance was enthusiastic and in good spirits the gloryandsuccessfulseasonS P and Right Rev F H Will D D conducted the opening re ligious ceremonies and exercises A TESTIMONIAL Thomas F Dolan the tobacco man and John T Hogan the operator who have been taking the rest cure at Sanders Ky wherever that Is are dally sending grocery poet cards to their Louisville friend telling of the Ifua they are haying This daily mall from that section MttakB well for the rural free dolly 11 i tI atrI o r S0GifTV 1 reIcuperntlngSprings Col John Harris the retired coal merchant Is visiting at Blue Lick Springs Police Capt Michael Hoganleftl Tuesday to spend ten days at Mt Clemens Mich Mrs F A Clegg and Mrs M Mosher were among this weeks arrivals at Martlnsburg Ind Arthur Gatto and his mother Mrs Mary Gntto are spending a recreative period at West Baden Springs prominentdfigure among the Kentuckians spend- Ing the Fourth in New York City John F Oetken who has been on a business trip throughout the South spent Sunday In Louisville Miss Susan McDermott was the Fourth of July guest of Mr and Mrs William Talbert In Lexington J X KInberger who is now hon cated New York and Philadelphia spent Sunday here with his family Misses Jean Burke and Helen Dif fenderfer of Jeffersonville are In Princeton visiting Mrs Charles Tay lor Miss Imelda Blandford of Spring field has been spending the week here with Mr and Mrs L A Bland fordn Mr and Mrs E J Coleman have returned from their wedding trip and are at home at 733 South Seventh street Raymond Stanton and wife are at home in Jeffersonville after a most enjoyable visit to relatives in Cleve land Ohio Mr and Mrs Thomas J Horan and Miss Hazel Horan left Monday to visit Washington New York and At lantic City Mrs John Fallahay has returned home from Indianapolis after a ver enjoyable visit to her sister Mrs J T OHearn Mrs P H Callahan and MissesI Edith Callahan and Lila Rowell will leave tomorrow to remain until fallII at Atlantic City Mr and Mrs Joseph Mahoney o- Des f Moines were Fourth of July vis itors with Mr and Mrs M Merl Dewey street New Albany Mrs Stella ODonnell and daugh ter Miss Mary Agnes ODonnell were among those from this city registered at West Baden Springs for a weeks 1visit Mr and Mrs John A Cody and children who wereguests of Mr and Mrs Thomas C Mapother at their todAlbany Mr and Mrs Charles L Halbach who surprised many of their friends by being quietly married last week have gone to housekeeping at 614 South Thirtyfourth street Mr and Mrs Al Kolb and daughters Misses Lorlne and Rose will leave next Wednesday for a two weeks trip to Detroit Niagara Falls New York Philadelphia Washing ton and Baltimore Miss Elizabeth Buschermohle of Cincinnati has been here this past week as the guest of her mother Mrs Nellie Busch rmohle who will return with her tomorrow for a weeks stay in Cincinnati Stephen Keely and daughter Miss Regina returned home this week after quite a lengthy trip throughout Ireland and the principal cities in Europe both having enjoyed the best of health while abroad Mrs James T Shelley is in Col orado spending a few weeks in the mountains in tho vicinity of Long mont She is enjoying the trip and writes that on the Fourth it looked and felt much like there would be snow Col John iFeatherstone and bride who was Miss Sallie Hannan now on their wedding trip spent the Fourth of July In the surf at Atlantic City and this week they have been seeing the sights In Now York City They will return home next week Mr and Mrs Joseph Welsh and children Girard and Helen of El mira N Y are visiting here as the guests of Mr Welshs sister Mrs N T Hunt of 1351 South Eighteenth street From here they will go to French Lick Springs for a ten daysI visit Mr Welsh is connected with the Kennedy Valve Works in Elmira The marriage of Miss Mary Vlvlan Canary and Prof Patrick OSulllvan will be solemnized this afternoon at 2 oclock at the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway Rev Father Patrick Walsh the pastor will perform the ceremony Both bride and groom are widely known and prominent In musical society cir cles and a large gathering of friends will witness their union The marriage of Miss Catherine Ecker to George M Murphy was sol emnized Wednesday morning at 6 oclock at St Josephs church with the Rev Roman Kraemer O F M officiating Breakfast was served at the home of the brides parents after which they departed for West Baden Albert Fendel and V K Ecker brother of the bride were the attendants The bride is the J daughter of George J Ecker and one of the most popular young women In the East End Mr Murphy formerly lived in Owenahoro and Is connected with the Falls City Con struction Company Upon their ren turn the bride and groom will make their home la the Villa apartments em Virginia avesta e I r 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914 VOTE FOR BENNETT H YOUNG CANDID TE FOR United States Senator SHORT TERM Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914 VOTE FOR A 0 STANLEY THE WORKINGMANSFRIEND Subject to Action of the Democratic Party KNHITS OF IIOL11BIIS 1 I Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere Before many years New IndianaqI best Tho movement to erect a national tuberculosis sanitarium will not be pushed at the St Paul convention Thomas Cavanaugh appointe- Postmaster at Woonsocket R I a charter member of the council 1 that city The Omaha Fourth Degree Assembly Instead of the July monthly dinner will give the ladles an outing at one of tho country clubs Upon the arrival home of Cardinal Gibbons announcement will be made of the successful candidates for the Catholic University schqlarshlps Interest now centers In the na tional convention which will open In St Paul Difnnr on August 4 The Attendance will bo the largest since the order was founded Supreme Master Reddin has called a meeting of the Supreme Assembly for Thursday July 30 at St Paul This body the highest In the order meets every two years CHARITY FESTIVAL Friends of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will conduct a midsummer lawn fete for the benefit of that worthy charity that promises to be a most attractive affair It will be held on the grounds opposite the hospital and will be attended with every outdoor summer attraction Including dinners suppers refreshments amusements for young and old music etc Everything will be done for the pleasure of visitors and it Is hoped that many outsiders will show their good will by attending at least one evening A large variety of goods will be for sale many of them suitable for holiday and other gifts It will be a lawn fete that all will enjoy The dates are July 27 and 28 ANNIVERSARY Tuesday tho Rev Hugh Daly quietly celebrated the twentysixth anniversary of his ordination to the holy priesthood Father Daly who is one of the best known priests in the State Is pastor of St James church at Ellzabethtown where he has built up a fine congregation and school FONTAINE FERRY Fontaine Ferry Is now at Its zenith and Is having Its banner sea son The excellent vaudeville bills presented by Manager Bllger attract audiences that fill the theater at every performance while the park is always thronged with people who enjoy the high class free concerts of Natlollo and his band and the refreshing breezes from the river During these hot days the swimming pool is being patronized as never before SCHOOL LAWN FETE The congregation of St Colum pas church will entertain with a lawn fete on tho church grounds Thirtyfifth and Market streets on Tuesday and Wednesdays afternoon and evenings August 4 and 5 The games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock and the proceeds will bo given to the school fund PEWEE VALLEY The solitaire diamond ring which will be awarded at the picnic to be given next Wednesday at Wold ridges station Pewee Valley for the benefit of the new St Aloysius church is now being exhibited by the Misses Walsh at the Kaufman Straus store on Fourth avenue Tickets are on sale at a number of places and are only twentyfive cents This will be one of the seasons greatest country picnics and Father floes And his people as cure their city friends excellent weals and plenty ef amusemeat Tke iBterarbRn oars leaving the Jalfer k- II D I 0 i i FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood VaudevilleA- ND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band SwimsI ming Pool opens today II I TaylorIIiRIVERVIEWI Louisvilles Great Amusement Park OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singers Mr Dlefunbach is again in charge of the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children accompanied by parents free 75c to Cincinnati 100 For the Round Trip ON STEAMERS Cityi of Louisville City of Cincinnati Every Saturday at 5 PM 50c Meet the Boat Trip Every Sunday at 9 A M 150 CENTS ROUND TRIP COME TO SEE USI- N OUR NEW QUARTERS A larger floor space and a beau tiful show room will enable us to serve you quicker and better than heretofore Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BET MAIN AND MARKET ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO Established 1197 Horne Phone City 5161 DONT FORGET THE National Hat Gleaning Works CON J KOLB PROP When you tvnut yoar old hate made newStraw and Panama hats cleaned and bleached 533 WEST MARKET ST MONUMENTS 1 We have just received five carloads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give ui a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St Nil Muldoon MonamlltCo t thegroundsJOSEPHS CRUnCH ISTNext Tuesday July 14 the mem giveathe benefit of their new school fund entertaln held la the afternoon Supper will also to served CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR HOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic SUNSET EXCURSION GIVEN BY THE MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB STEAMER CORONA SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 11 Dancing Refreshments Music Boat Leaves Foot of First St at 530 P M Tickets 50c REAL COUNTRY PICNIC POR THE BENEFIT OF THE New Catholic Church Pewee Valley Locust Lodge Grove Wooldridge Station Near Pewee Valley WEDNESDAY JULY 15 1914 Both Dinner and Supper will be served Meals 25c A Diamond Solitaire Ring will be awarded at the con clusion of the picnic Music and Refreshments Take Lagrange Electric Ca- rsANNUAL EXCURSION AND OUTING TO BE GIVEN BY TRINITY COUNCIL Y M IL- At Fern Grove Wednesday July 15 Boats leave the foot of First street at 830 a m and 130 p m Tickets 50 cents Children under fourteen free Dancing on boats and grounds free Refreshmeuts and amuse ments of all kin- dsORPHANS FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY JULY 22 On the Grounds of St Josephs Orphans Home CRESCENT HILL Admission 25 Cents Children Under Twelve Years Free Take Crescent Hill Car to grounds In the event of rain post poned to the following favorable day Dome City 3101 Gumb South 000Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Office and YardsFifteenthand Magnolia Avenue staHw +e r l I PHONESOUTH THOL 25w INCORPORATEDII Phone City 3238 UpStairs Store ltIIDSUlt1ltIER SPEOIALSFeatherweight Materials for hot weather Coat and Pants to order 18 and 20 T1250Palm Beach Suit 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET UR1VITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and Fifth On That Vacation Trip YOU CAN NOT get along with out a Camera We can fit you out with one from 2 upwards We will be glad to explain SWVENHI P8ST BAMS PWTWi FRAMHM 4t 4811fiefeJ R LMlfriMt C r 1 ENTUCKY YR7sH AMERIGAIIT I It II I 01 +01 I JuI1 C tI 111 U I n lUi UHS HIS or till II t DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Climb Main 20DSn Homo City SODS IHMMHI z11 I I 111 111 1 S 1 111111 1 z1 z 1111 III i lHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071y ii I J J BARRETTS SONS IDIRECTORSI f 4NThe 11111 101111 I HUS+I +H I E 111111101 11 J 11 I 101 + 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 t GRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH 1 Funeral Director andPROPiEmbalmer i i j BOTH PHONES 810iSi 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET sij i 1 i i O + OO OO DR J Te CHAWK- A Ij Veterinary Infirmary g 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TeliphoMJCnmJi S 299i Home City 2399XY T T TT Y r rT 1 l BE SURE TO CALL FOR i McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE e fIB McKenna Distiller Fairfield I = KyHI4 11 oJII1 H 111 Z 1 + 10101 J 1 H U I It lit 101 U It I Z 1 FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES t AL gOLBbI 323 West Green StreettLIQUORS CIGARS +2 J 201011 Il H++4+ZOzJ z III I I J I 11 I J Jill t 11 J I 3 H SAVES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY WAY SimplyStirthe Ten Minuteswmr o eOAP LOUISVILLE SOAP COMPANYI- NCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Give your boys aa education that win prepare them for life ST XAVIER COLLEQh 112 W Broadway lonlsvllle Xy BrothersCtaLargeSwlmQtngalum Terms Moderate Bro Jamei Dlr flBOSSESON Funeral Directors andv Embalmers X10 1H A T11gMU1 Tistbtie 122 0- All the late and sew Styles and Shape prlcelCan Quick Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted for the economical kseof natural gas 0 l GEHEK SONz- is W Market Ktlt seeM n DORNIN Was Pioneer Publisher find lie Issued first Catholic BOOk Isis Son Was a Commodore 1 IiI the United States I Xnvy ilie Or Enjoyed the Frcindshin the Archbishop of Bal timore DIED AT HIS DAUGHTERS HOMEE By James A Rooney retirement of Commodore Thomas Aloysius Donrln In 1862 closed the active career of a die tinguished Catholic naval officer who during a service of fortyseven years performed all his duties faith fully and shed luster on the navy handling some delicate missions and assignments with a tact and diplomacy that won tho commenda tion of the Government This was particularly shown when he reached the grade of Commander In 1841 iin the service he rendered on an ex pedition that successfully prevented the filibuster William Walker from embroiling us with Mexico by In vading that country and also in his subsequent exploits as Captain Ini 1855 in suppressing the slave trade then at its height He was the son of Bernard Dornin and was born in Ireland in 1800 He was brought to America whe three years old by his father who was exiled from his native land wit Thomas Addis Emmet and Dr Will rei bellion of 98 When but years of age young Donrln entered the navy as midshipman being ap pointed from Maryland As Lieutenant he made a five years cruise around the world in 1825 and after his retirement for ago he was so physically well preserved that h Fifthiing his post ho lived In retirement J in Savannah where he died April 22 1874It claimed for his father Bernard Dornin that ho was the pioneer publisher in the United States of distinctively Catholic books Some authorities say that lis first book was an edition of the New Testament printed for him in Brooklyn N Y in 1805 while oth ers hold that the first book he Issued was Pastorlnls History of the Christian Church and that It was published by subscription in 1807 1 The list of subscribers in and about Now York numbered 318 In the following year he brought out an edition of Dr Fletchers essay on nublIshedand He then left New York for Baltimore where he enjoyed the 1 friendship of Archbishop Carroll pubiwhere ho continued to be the lead- Ing Catholic publisher of the coun try After disposing of his business on account of old age he retired to his daughters home in Ohio where he died in 1836 aged seventyfive years If he was the pioneer of a new field In New York ho did not want for worthy imitators and fol lowers who with time increase in the Catholic population finally devel proe ducing and distributing point for Catholic publications of all kinds The list of Dornins successors would be a large one but a few of the early publications may be men tionedMatthew Field published the Catholic laitys Directory with an almanac for the year In 1817 at 177 Bowery John Doyles publishing house was at 237 Broadway In 1823 and issued many devotional and other ooks up to 1849 when he became of the argonauts and emigrated o California during the gold fever Butlers Lives of the Saints and the Bible In monthly parts were published in 1837 by D and J Sadllor followed by their series of Metro politan School Books all the works of Mrs Sadlier which had such a vogue at the time and they soon took rank as the leading Catholic publishers i Edward Dunigan brought out in I 1844 Haydocks Bible an English translation of the Latin Vulgate I II first published at Jlhelms Jn 1852 and In Douay in 1609 He also pub lished the early histories of John Ollmary Shea and he took over Doyles business on the latters re moval to San Francisco Patrick OShea published Dar ras History of the Church Ina four volumes In 1854 followed by LlngardB History of England and I Brownsons American Republic These were among the pioneers of the vast army of Catholic publishers who today In every large city of the country Issue thousands of In volumes from a press that finds itself taxed to the utmost to supply I an unceasing and Increasing demand for Catholic literature Copy I rlghtedcCOLmmlA FESTIVALI I I Those who attend the Ice cream festival of the Columbia Club on Monday evening July 20 will enjoy a live treat It will be held on the grounds surrounding the club house 612 East St Catherine street which will be transformed Into an electrI cal garden The members of this club know how to entertain and will see that their friends spend a really enjoyable evening I I NICE BOAT RIDE I The Creager Business School will land its pupils end their friends relatives a delightful boat ride on Saturday July 18011 the occasion of its reunion and picnic to beheld at Term Grove There will be music damelag and refreshments A MONEYMAKING OPPORTUNITY A Stock That Will Pay a Dividend I on Its Capital the Fir Year of Doing Business An Invetment Saier and Mar Profitable Than Bank or R Stock RI ranteeslrt It is an opportunity well worth the havIng a talisman to create a fortune ov night nor is it a financial scheme de tined to end in air It is a 80und busI ness proposition endorsed by bankers and business men- The stock offered for sale is In a financial prganlzation founded upon ll I organIzersInbusinessi J by bankers and others as men of hon esty reliability and experience in their line To those desiring further Inform tlon In regard to this Company a book has been published giving a history of its organization and showing the great and profitable field It will OCt cupyThe book tells of a line of business dlvsendss particularbusinesspaid stockholders It shown how you may become a stockholder and receive greatbusinessi companies in this line Is worth three originsinvestorsper cent dividends This is the opportunity of a lifetime to make a safe and profitable Investment ant worth the attention and In vestigation of every conservative Investor I As the selling price of this will be advanced = 250 a share In j very short time and as less than 200 I shares are available at the present sell ing price those who wish to take ad GhoulnI write at once for a copy of this boo to Livingston Sutton Dept 20A Box hMrPhiladelphia Pa Sutton requests that no one willl I write simply through idle curiosity He does not bare to waste his time In use less correspondence SOCIETY DIRECTORY HeDIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeeneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerPatrlck Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far relSentinelM J McDermott Y M I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary = John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWIll Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentlnelL E Qratzer Executive CommitteeF O Ad George Simonls Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler and a pleasant day for all Boats will leave First street at 845 in the morning and 145 in the afternoon returning at 4 and 630 oclock the evening IST PAULS PICNIC IThe annual picnic of St Pauls will take place at Phoenix Park next Monday and Father York s congregation have been preparing to entertain one of the largest crowds In years Dinner and supper will be served by the ladles and as this feature of St Pauls madeaI being made to give quick service to noonshourI GONE TO REST In the passing of Rev M William Woeste O RC which occurred on July 8at the Abbey of Oethsemani t the Cistercians have lost a valued member and the church asaged priest Father TVoeete urea Sa tile thethlrfythird I i h TN i a WEARIN O THE GKEKNV REVISED Oh Paddy dear and did you hear 7Homejudgment day comes roun The curse of penal days is spent to moretgalling chain that cut us to the core Ill fared the land neath landlord daughterseAnd when the children quit a land deadButlast and roseate it seems So lets forget the night now past and all its ghastly dreams Our bones have bleached In evry evryaOn unnny a gory battlefield weve conquered In our time But neer a victry sweet as this has refallen to our share So toast Old Ireland free at last and fill tle bumper fair Chicago RecordHerald ALL DAY OUTING The Young Mens Social Club had WIggintonsStation ball astheirSCHOOL PICNIC Next Wednesday an allday picnic atShelby ofStmittees have amply provided for all kinds of refreshments and amuse ments to entertain their friends and delightful beuEuchre and lotto will be played in the afternoon followed hv a boun chckkPROPHECYI I I contemplate a people that have had a long night and will have anIInevitable day I am turning my eyes toward a hundred years to come and I dimly see the Ireland I am gazing on become the road of passage and of union between the two hemispheres and the center of the worldI see Its inhabitants populousnessFrance thusiasm Cardinal Newman HONOR FOR OLD GLORY Old Glory Is to flutter con tinuously all over the land for a week in September From every State and city Mayor Preston of Baltimore Is receiving letters from Governors and Mayors stating that they will cooperate with that city in celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the writing of theInational anthem by Francis Scott Key The celebration in Baltimore takes place during the week begin ning September 6 and all other cities and States have been asked to have the Stars and Stripes flying from all public buildings institutions and places of business at that time USE LITTLE ICE Ice In Ireland Is as rare as snakes In Irelandthat Is ice for refriger ating purposes Consul Wesley Frost of Cork says In the Consular and Trade Reports that the opening of a bar In that country advertising iced drinks did not prove successful and the moderate climate makes the artificial cooling of meats and other provisions unnecessary The maximum and minimum temperatures taken at Balllnacurra for the month of July 1913 were 6G7 degrees and iiO8 degrees Fahrenheit re spectively BIGOTRY NOT ALTERED Do you know that the eye that guides this pen lately saw your mean and profligate Congress at mass for the soul of a Roman Catholic in pur gatory and participating in the rttes of a church against whose anti Christian corruption your pious an cestors would bear witness with their blood So wrote Benedict Arnold in the address wherein he proclaimed his treachery Let us says the Catholic Citizen modify this appeal and suit it to an attack on President Wilson for attending the PanAmerican mass It fits the case precisely Bigotry has not altered In the course of a century And where bigotry is so inbred dont be surprised It there be treason also FOR LITTLE PAY In Amlens France there are 1000 women tailors who turn out ready made suits for twenty cents each SCORCH MARKS Scorch marks in linen may be removed by rubbing with a freshcut onion the garment being soaked in cold water after FOR WOMANS EYE The picture shape hats will again leadIDark blue Is still a favorite for general wear Checks have outstripped stripes id popularity now j Taffetas are a marked success for outofdoors wear p Linen and satin are the latest combination In gowns Hats are of such bewildering va riety that It is difficult to specialize Black frocks are the vogue In Paris while white Is preferred in LondonTaffetas and plaited tulle will be used as a foundation for many of the afternoon toilettes Cotton frocks are made up In ex- tremelY long waisted effects with sashes more floppy than ever Ostrich feathers plain and shaded are again very fashionable trimmingstskirt la again considered the modish thing made of wells cotton silk orI fiThe mereerlied silky 1I1WI1IJj with aHlk background and tftln71M I 1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I1 rtPOItATED Brewers and Bottled LOUISvILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COe INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orfcft a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Watt C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 191 1IIE WIEDEMANNmnCOarO- AATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent Mtf QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E PRAYS WALTERSS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KTF IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER 1 SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON nTHE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS CUSCADEN GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders F- orCRFAM t ICE PHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and managementfMARRY DECKER Assistant Manager HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Barnds cf Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tel tfcw 1943 234 S SIXTH STREET of the foulard type will make last th8 sort et dreee to year oft a ot Afternoon Ml BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums RosesI I tleleo trope Etc I Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 50 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 FRED ERHART- ARCH ITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES oi Loaisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL lOc Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Clear The cigars without an equalln quality andflavor Homemade Unlonmada and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY s CO MAKBBS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET NOTICE talattheare notified to file Same with me beforeJulyALFRED R COBB Admr 1204 East Main Street Rletwewd Ky WALLACE na7DI6IaterSeatltLouisville L Ia r r F IAiUCKY IRISH A ERICAN JULY CLEARANCE OF ALL SPRING SUMMER SUITS I ffThe Suits Are Those Which Have Brought Successful Summer Business EVERY ONE IS DESIREABLE Therefore we are not starting this gigantic sale to raise money but in observance ofa time honoredcustom Our reputation as style leaders makes it imperative that we hurry out the old to make room for the new BRIEFLYAU and 2800 Suits are now AH 22 50and 2000 Suits 1 re now All 1800 and 1500 Suits are now 1950 1350 950 iH iHCunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON I Meas and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop 350 3 00 250 LADIES LOW SHOES 195Monday morning we will continue to place on sale at 195 all broken lots of High Grade Oxfords and Pumps PUMPS 300 Values Mack Patent Leather Gun Metal and Suedes e With or Without Straps FITTERSF OXFORDS Values 85p Black Tan Gull Metal Kid Patent Kid English Shapes or High Toes VOLZ MICHAEL St of the I for Tea Pot thalf New Tea 336 West Market Sellers Duchess Shoes Ladies I Free This Week Quart Crockery pound Blend at3oC New Blend makes Tea Try it this week I JOHN M MULLOY a HtsPhaJaa X10 W XLAIttfJiS1 mffft- kxtaaaxsttax 161 1 ff4 eieeeiSI 0- fiFOR GOO NEC i t- MOTIIERSBREAD SAKE EAT r Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South I I I 1M d t I I I I r It I I t t I I I I IuIW +4 J I 1 I lIt I I1II I t lIt 13Start a next and save for sonic You will be see how fast your will grow You can start with 100 or more and add same when BET AND on 4 1 + 11111 1 I J JUl Jo I IIM J BANNON tPrK r Mtr delicious Ice COMPOUND INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS Get the Habit Savings Account payday regularly definite purpose surprised account convenient GERMAN INSURANCE BANK MARKET STREET SECOND THIRD Sixty Years Guard State Government Supervision i I II II I I I I I 11 11 P BANNON JR vise PfK I TIMS up to In Vici and H I to to 10 n II I iI I I 1 I I I I J J I I I I I I + LAWRENCE J VEENEMAN tSMutiry P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Calvert PIe- laaaeasPateat Lidded Pipe fer Steam Cendalts Wall CepingY Drain Tile Yltrlled Brick Fire Proofing Fine Lining Fire prick Grate and leller Tile Greaed Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CJTY 5731786 CUM MAIN 507 V- WORKStatkexdareck a4 MagMell Aye Bet 9tfc end lOftb J r li r5 t 11 01 n HIBERNIANSeI What They HaverBeen Doing the Pat WeekQeneral- News Notes Division 3 has three members on the sick list- Division 4 meets Monday evening at Bertrand Hall There are two divisions and two auxiliaries in Toledo Ohio Dont forget the Hibernian Social Clubs moonlight excursion next Tuesday evening Five hundred delegates are ex pected to attend the Ohio Slate con vention at Toledo The County Board met Thursday evening at Division 3s hall and heard reports from the picnic com mittee Members of Division 1 who assem bled together Tuesday night had a hearty greeting for County President ConnellyThose who would become members of Division 3 should do so soon as the initiation fee will be 5 after January 1 The Ladles Auxiliary of Pueblo Col has taken front place socially through its successful invitation en tertainments There was a successful initiation last Sunday at Delhi Ind Many visiting members from Indianapolis were present Boats were run from San Fran cisco to Schuetzen Park every thirty minutes for the Hibernian Fourth of July celebration Considering the object of the an nual picnic the receipts to be given to charity every member is expected to give able help The book shower of Division 3 was quite a success Each member brought one or more for the library which is handsomely furnishedII State President Welsh and County President Connelly will leave Sunday morning for Norfolk where the na tional convention will be held ll Treasurer Thomas Keenan never I misses doing the right thing This was shown Tuesday night when ho took charge of the County President The Home Committee met this week to draft rules to be observed in the new home of Division 3 They will be reported at the next meeting Division 5 of Indianapolis held a successful Initiation After confer ring the degrees on a class of twenty n banquet at the Hotel Severin was enjoyedOwing to the extreme heat and small attendance the meeting of Division 1 last Tuesday night was adjourned without transacting any businessThere seems to bo an awakening of interest among the members of Division 2 This has been awaited for some time past No division has a better field for work and before the first of the year its membership should be more than doubled TWIN CITY LEAGUE All Interest in the Catholic Base ball League will be centered upon Diamond 1 in Shawnee Park tomor row afternoon when the Champions and Olympics will meet to settle the tie for first place which has con tinued for several weeks both only having lost one game this season and this game will go a long way in deciding the 1914 pennant race as these two teams seem to hold theI other six pretty safe Manager Dan Hennessys fast coming Trinity aggregation will meet Ben Voorss hard hitting Imperials on Diamond 2 Manager Caffreys K of C team which still remains in the cellar po sition will tackle the Bruins on Diamond 3 while George Thorntons willimcetI interest Is being manifested In the coming field meet of this league and It will be a hard matter to settle on the star teams picked from the dif ferent clubs many new ones spring ing up every week The standing to date Club Won Lost Pct Olympics 20 1 90- 9Champions10 1 909 Bruins 7 4 636 Trinity 5 6 4SS Shamrocks S 6 4- 55fmperiais4 7 364 Mackin 2 9 182 Knights Columbus 1 10 091 INVITE THEm FRIENDS The congregation of St Frances of Rome church Payne and Cavewood avenue Crescent Hill are Inviting their friends and the general public to Join them in a lawn fete to be given on tho church lawn next Wednesday and Thursday A num ber of interesting features have been arranged and two delightful social evenings are assured all who at tend A splendid dairy lunch will be served each evening from 5 to 9 oclock The affair Is in the hands of the leading men and women of Crescent Hill and there should be a large attendance GENERAL CO5IMUNION The annual festival of the com bined conferences of the St Vin cent de Paul Society of this city will be celebrated on Sunday July 19 when the members will visit St Johns church Clay and Walnut and receive holy communion in a body The general meeting will be held fri the afternoon In the hall of the Knights of Columbus on Fourth avenue y d Annual Reunion and Picnic GIVEN BY ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS AT PHOENIX HILL PARK TUESDAY JULY 21 1914 Special program of Irish music and dances Tickets 10 Cents Mens 25 28 i and 30 SuitsNow i For I II I 1675Quick For First Cho- iceLEVYSI I ITUiRD AND MARKET j I No More Attacks 6 13IfortheoenlgsNerveshe was treated by physicians 4 years and declared incurable but after she took onehalf bottle only of the Tonic the symptoms before we are so very glad of such good results that we hope God will bless the Tonlo for the future benefit of others who may need It Mrs neT H Dieter Mrs Ida Damon of West Upton Mass says that she took Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonlo because she did not sleep well since about a year but then she slept all right and feels better than for a long time Mrs M Winkler of Kentervllle Idaho gave the Tonic to a 4year old girl which had also St Vitus Dance and since then It quite well and healthy FREEA Valuable Hook on Disease sod s o to 1Ltb any iddreti c NoI Port wayoeiad1nn18jtend nee by OEN10- of the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 62 W Lake Street near Dearborn Told 6for5Lerg AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY 1 lately Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney July 12 1834 The Right Rev Louis Mary Fink O S B second VlcnriApostollc of Indian Terri tory and first Bishop of Leaven worth Kas born at Trlftersberg Bavaria ordained at St Vincents Abbey Beatty Pa May 27 1857 consecrated Bishop of Eucarpla June 11 1871 transferred to new diocese of Leavenworth May 22 1877 died March 17 1904 July 13 1814 The Right Rev Jo seph Sadoc Alemany O P first iBIshop and first Archbishop of San Francisco born at Vech Spain ordained March 27 1837 consecrated at Rome June 3o I860 resigned December 28 1884 died at Valencia Spain April 14 1888 July 14 1893 The Right iRev Jo seph Rademacher Bishop of Nash ville Tenii transferred to Fort Wayne as third Bishop born De cember 3 1840 ordained August 2 1863 died January 12 1900 July 15 1846 First commence ment of St Johns College Ford ham during Presidency of the Rev James Roosevelt Bayley afterward Archbishop of Balti more after which college taken charge of by the Jesuits with the Rev Augustus J Thebaud S J as first President July 17 1808St Patricks church Damarlscotta Maine dedicated by Father John Lefevre Cheverus then In charge df Indian mission at Pleasant PoInt and afterward first Bishop of Boston July 18 1826 +Diocese of Louisiana divided into the sees of New Or leans and St Louis with the Right iRev Louis William Du bourg in charge of the former and the Right Rev Joseph Rosati In charge of the latterCopy righted LEXINGTON The naw St Pauls parochial school building in Lexington is be lug pushed rapidly and will be ready for dedication some time before the schools open in September When completed it will be as up to date and practical ai any in the State and one of which the Bluegrass capital may Justly feel jiroud t IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges As there was no crown business for disposal at the June Crown Ses sions for the division of Donegal Judge Cooke was presented with a pair of white gloves The Longford volunteers are al ready a credit to the town The drills which are attended three nights in the week are attended by over 500 men The exercises also Include long marches The death of James Palmer owner of the Galway flour mills removes nearly the last connecting link with the ancient prosperity of the city Up to his death Palmer was actively engaged in his business The death of Rev M J McKeown Dunleer Is much regretted The remains were interred in St Pat ricks cemetery Dundalk after of fice and high mass at which Ills Eminence Cardinal Logue presided The death of the Right Rev Monsignor P F Flynn of iBallybrlcken created general regret For a period of thirtytwo years he was asso ciated with the parish and enjoyed the esteem and affection of his flockThe Most iRev Dr Fogarty ad dressing a congregation at Kllkee referred to the beautiful harbor the splendid sewerage system near com pletion the abundant water supply and the other holiday attractions of KilkeeThe Mountmelllck Board of Guardians accepted the resignation of Dr W Madison W Fisher for fortyeight years their medical of ficer and the medical officer of health of the Mountrath dispensary districtJudge Corry a farmer aged six tytwo residing In Ballydougherty County Armagh died In the Newry Hospital from the effects of injuries received by being thrown out of his cart while on his way home from Xewry market- A representative meeting of the people of Ardee under the Chair manship of T McCann discussed a waterworks scheme for Ardee at an estimated cost of 30000 The meeting approved of the idea and a committee was formed to carry intp effect- A ItI painful sensation was caused recently in Limerick City where three persons were burned to death The names of the victims are John Griffin John Hall a native of Loughrea and Mrs Mary Butler John Hall and Mrs Butler were guests of Griffin The Kilkenny Corporation has passed a resolution expressing de light at the revelation of the Very Rev R W Spence O P to the dignity of Coadjutor Archbishop of Adelaide with the right of succes sion to the see He was for several years Prior of the Black Abbey The house of Mrs Carthy Clon cannon about two miles from Eden derry was completely gutted by fire The chimney wenton fire and the sparks fell on the thatch igniting it The flames spread with extraordinary rapidity Mrs Carthy and her three children escaped Jury but they are now homeless InI A verdict of accidental death was returned by the Coroners Jury at Dungannon County Tyrone regard ing the death of James Devlin of Stewartstown an employe of the Great Northern Railway Company who had sustained fatal injuries on the previous afternoon while a metal winch was being lifted up on the railway embankment RIVERVIEW Senori the leader of cabaret entertainers Is making a hit with Louisville amusement seekers who visit Rlvervlew Park where Col Simons is providing diversion for thousands Besides the free out door musicals at Rlvervlew the danc ing pavilion is proving a popular place The floor which is situated where It receives the breezes front the Ohio is patronized by crowds every evening ST PAUL TODAY The St Paul team which has been hugging the cellar position all sea son in the association race will bo here today to start a series of four games and the Colonels should be able to retrieve some of the ground lost during the Milwaukee series the latter trampling all over Louisville and winning whenever they cared to simply by playing better ball and taking advantage of the locals present slump Right here attention is called to the prediction made In these columns in our issue of April 25 just when seven out of eight critics throughout the circuit figured Louisville Columbus and Kansas City for the possible pennant con tenders this paper stating that Milwaukee Louisville and Indian apolis appeared the best the Brew ers and Indianapolis being selected principally on account of their hus thug tactics which Is a negative quality with our Colonels The at tendance this past week has been remarkably good showing the loy alty of the fans and it is hoped that the Colonels will sobn round into their proper form if for nothing else than to quiet the few persistent frequentthIrdsewed the richest dressing down from Barbeau on Wednesday that was everhanded out in the park o Il IIIIII t I e II t III IIIII1I e HERMAN STRAUS s SONSFOURTH AVENUE avCOFPO9A7cD MARKET S- TREETEMBROIDERY FOR- CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncin2s and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncings lauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot fresh and new They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmatioj dresses waists and costumes Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard 59c t Dainty Baby Flouncing handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for 59c per yard Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss FlouncingIn floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover EmbroiderYIn neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street r Central Coal and Iron Co INCORPORATED 207 PAUL JONES BUI- LDINGHCOAL Render Jeliico Smokeless Anthracite- NNNNNON1N0iNNNNONNSNNMNNIN i GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTHBETWEEN MAIN AND STREETIIPending erection of our new building at + U +I + +C +otot + HH H ++ UUioH + + + UMH1 FRANK A 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