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I I MIAP 1 r L1 Trw F JS DO- INTING fiRST CLASS WORK Give 1 Jib Office Your Next Order I LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULYis 1914 PRICE FIVE VOLUME XXXIII NO 3 PERPLEXING J I Attach ObjcctlpnalAmendments to the Irish Homo ItulC Bill I Twelfth of July Parses Over antI Imposes Orange L BItff Hope tilL Entertained That the Government Will Stand Finn ME CRITICAL POINT REACHED While there has not been much news from Ireland this week the sltu tlon pertaining to the home rule I bill is rather perplexing while yet hopeful Cabling the press last Sun day Hon T P OConnor declared that superficially the chances for the settlement of the Irish question never seemed more hopeless The changes by the Lords rob the home rule bill of almost every form of selfgovernment Control of the police which was to come to Ireland after six years is restored In per petulty to the Imperial Government and the appointment of Judges is similarly taken out of Irelands bands For the moment there is a deadlock There Is the further deadlock that Irishmen and radicals may find it impossible when the amending bill comes to the House of Commons to give It a second read Ing and if the second reading be refused then the original home rule bill will become a law and the Government will have to face throats of civil war by Ulster extremists But a considerable interval remains before these things can bo put to the test which gives hope for belief that the Government will stand firm and pot surrender II Despite premonitions of trouble the Twelfth passeO1 without any die turbance throughout Ireland and made apparent and ridiculous the bluffs of the Orangemen and opponents of home rule Press dis patches say the recognition Qf the danger inherent In the existence of two1 armed volunteer bodies seems to havo Imbued Irishmen with 11 sense of added responsibility for dne tt t Bbft1 w tci5nit nf61 fcted in Ireland with tremendous enthusiasm but wtih less disorder than In previous years Following the custom a procession marched from Belfast to lirumberg where Sid Edward Carson the Ulster Unionist leader made his now familiar speech defying the Government either totally to exclude Ulster from home rule or come out and fight Lord Londonderry at Ennls klllen and Walter Hume Long Unionist member of Parliament for Strand at Garvagh made speeches in a similar vein to other big gath erings of Ulstermen but no disor ders wero reported at any point The Louisville Herald always just 1n Its treatment of the home rule question sums up the situation truthfully saying that first the Orangemen and Tories prepared for Boyne day Then the great day ar rived Already we have reached the day after And what was the net result In the awful clash of Ulster volunteers and Nationalist volun teers In the staged and programmed encounter of these earnest sturdy men armed and angry Incensed and overwrought what of the conflict The smoke has cleared away the ambulances are ready and waiting the war correspondents burden thei wires wlth copy the gunrunnersIi have delivered the goodsbring oni your dead and wounded King Car son sheath your ensanguinedI falchion let us treat of peace AndI It King Carson whether he confess Ittt or not knows and knows that all theIi world knows that It wasnt so much1i as a sham battle scarcely so muchL as a dress rehearsal just a ridicule provoking opera bouffe The Ulster men parade defiant and determinedI and barring a few jeers for all the3 Impression they make they mightt have omitted the military promen ade The troops are under arms ir their barracks The Nationalists re main at home But it was a great day for the innkeepers Thousand of visitors trooped into Belfast ane Derry to see the fun and witness thi fracas they returned feeling thai tho show was not up to the adver tlsement that they had been swlnl died Theres been a great deal of non- Sense written about an Ulste Protestant and Unionist At a mat tot of fact her existing represents L tlon in Parliament Is all but ovenl divided and a poll as to creed shows parallel results One or tw counties are some 75 per cent Protestant t and the Protestants are o every known variety The remalndeu favor the Catholic side which iIs nc to say that a religious line can b1 drawn that shall at the same tin be a border line in politics Were nc laaab Butt and Charles Stewai Parnell home rules first two leac ers both Protestants If ridlculh can kill the Carson fiasco shquli write the doom of a movement tc which there was never a valldeJ CUM What la goOd for the rest Irland will be good for Ulster at the t rmBof exclusion alrfead granted are such as to meet a reasonable fears Tuesday the House of Lori passed the third reading of tie biI to amend the home rulemeasure at Mtktit tQtktjHouM of Commons f consideration which ay bi giVE- l1 tweekW1th retard totI nieadrnenta adopted lITUa Hoe r KENTUCKY IRSH AMERICAN CENTSII of Lords the Liberal Lord Morley declared their effect would be to embitter relations and increase the difficulties of a settlement They amounted virtually to an elaborate method of rejecting the bill It would have been farmore straight forward he declared It they had voted for Lord WilloughbY de Brokes motion for the rejection of the amending bill- CONGRESS AT LOURDES The twentyfifth Eucharistic Congress will be held this year at Lourdes from July 22 to July 26 The object of these yearly celebrations Is to gather together to one center Bishops priests and laymen from all parts of the Christian world under the approval and blessing of our Holy Father the Pope in order that by united study and prayer they may help to make Christ Our Lord better known and more loved in the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist TheII happy thought has occurred to In charge of this years congress to associate all Christendom with the celebration An appeal has there fore been issued to all nations to Join in the devotions of the con J gress and especially during the I closing procession on Sunday JulyII 26 to combine in a simultaneous und worldwide act of faith and love toward Christ In the Most Blessed Sacrament acknowledging Him to be their King and Lord and making some reparation for tho attempts so I general at the present to thrust Him out of his own kingdom Therefore It is the earnest desire of Holy Mother Church that Catholics throughout the world should receive holy communion on Sunday July 26 By a concession of the Holy Father granted on January 24 1912 all Catholics throughout the world who receive holy communion on Sunday July 26 in union with the congress gain a plenary indul gence applicable to the souls in purgatory VINCEXTIAN CELEBRATION I Tomorrow morning the many Louisville conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will attend high mass at St Johns church at 730 oclock and receive holy com munlon in a body For years past this line been the custom of the Louisville jVincentlans and as to morrow will be the anniversary of the day on which Pope Clement XII ordained that St Vincents memory be celebrated it is expected that the turnout will be the largest ever witnessed here Rev father Schrihrnann wljl be the cele brant 0fWe mass arid preach tIre sermon Itt was at Sk Johns hrrthrTrti- n l irrb confer tiLouisville was organized The general meeting will be held in the Knights of Columbus hall on Fourth street at 3 oclock In the afternoon when the years work will bo re viewed j IPIPE FOR RAIDY I I Charles S Raidy who was re cently promoted from carrier to Superintendent in the local post office received a handsome meerschaum pipe the other day as a little token of esteem from some of the residents on his carrier route the I present being an especially valuable one of its kind and bore a card with the best wishes and regards of the following donors Mr and Mrs W H Allen Nick Warlsse Arthur C Weiss J H Blumers Mrs C R Wilson Mrs S A Moore MissI Frances W Helser Mrs Sam Stiles Mr and Mrs J C Steltenpohl Miss Rose Conroy Frank L Lanahan Lawrence Klnsella William C Schott James Mullarkey John T McQuese A A Andrlott Tom Duddy and Robert Osborne IIIIOATHOLIC KNIGHTS A rousing meeting of the Central Committee C K of A was held Friday night In St Johns Hall President Ben Kruse Secretary Henry Schulten and all the officers were present as was also the State President Col John J Score After reports had been read and acted upon the committee decided by unanimous vote to give its annual excursion to Jasper lad on Sun day July 16 The Entertainment Committee was Instructed to get busy and make arrangements with the railroad officials for the accom modatlon of at least a thousand peo pIe Peter J Dowling of Branch 4 delivered an address that was appre t elated by those present and Col Joe s McGinn State Secretary ileeban and i Gen Michael Reichert declared their e approval of his suggestions t I THE ORPHANS DAY I The St Josephs Orphan Asylum Society has perfected every arranger ment for the festival to be held next I Wednesday on the asylum grounds Crescent Hill for the benpflt ofSt- y Josephs Orphanage For the pasts month the various committees ap 0 pointed from the twelve branch so I cleUes have been planning for this f event which thoy feel confident will r I i surpass all heretofore given A t I tire meeting last Sunday final re la ports were submitted and the pro Ler gramme approved For old ani t young there will be all kinds 0- 1rt games and amusements with hand ti some booths and rotaries preside Ie over by young ladles from the dlt Id ferent German Catholic congrega r tlons There will be an abundanc x of refreshments of every kind an of first class meats will be served ilI id tire dining room which is equippe ly with electricians During th ill afternoon and evening there will b a band concert and several chore ds numbers and at night there wi Illhe a brilliant electrical display an id illumination The Walnu atret or ears paw the l8verr fv aa minute For a few hOurs qjt roe de pleasure visit this festival and he1 1M the orphans I MCREARY jupnotcr Gives Reasons Why Governor Should Be the Nominee I II I wild Incidcritlly Throws Broad side Into Camp 61 BccUhani Forces Joritrast in Haleys AttitudeJ With That of a FeSv Years Ago IOBBS PERPETUAL CANDIDATE The Kentucky Irish American Is in receipt of a communication from mo of Gov ilcCrearys Louisville mpporters In which Is urged the nomination of the Governor for United States Senator the writer Claiming that his nomination would lenient all factions and insure vie ory for the ticket In November rho writer also takes a fling at the claIm of the Beckham managers lhat the nomination belongs to the exGovernor and charges him with being selfish in the BradleyBeck ham contest of six years ago The ard Is as follows Louisville Ky July 15 1914 Kentucky Irish American Gentle men The Democrats of Kentucky have one chance to nomhlato a sure winner for the United States Senate long term That one man is Gov McCreary In a long public career he has made a record so clean and strong that all the efforts of his opponents in every race have failed to show anything uncomplimentary Gov McCreary Is a temperance mana sober temperance man He has given thin Sttte ot Kentucky the most Important temperance legisla tion now on tIm statuto books In the platform convention three years ago he dictated the county unit plank and it was entirely satisfac tory to the temperance organizations of the State Not only did he do this but ho had tho Legislature of 1912 to pass a law conforming to that plank Then in 1914 the temperance organizations asked for an amendment to strengthen the dry laws and he used his Influence to padt that His record Jl4J11P9slr- tlon l on this question stands out clean and clear I Six years ago the Democratic nomination for the high office of United States Senator was thrown away Surely the Democrats do not want to take the samo chance again of allowing the Republicans to elect the Senator During his of ficeholding career of sixteen years Mr Beckham antagonized so many and brought upon himself dlfIferentdestroyed whatever opportunity for usefulness he might have had Mr Beckham stated in his speech at Louisa that his defeat six years ago was a personal defeat That Is true But he overlooked the main point The defeat of the Democratic nominee was a party calamity He forgets that the loss of the SeT atorshlp was more regretted bj Democrats as a party loss than P Mr Beckhams personal loss No man is bigger than his party A nomination is not personal property It Is a sr sot A nominee who finds that fils personal rco l defeat the party should turn the nomination over to one who can win That is what Mr Beckham should have done six years ago when committees of good and loyal Democrats urged him to do so Had he been wise enough and unselfish enough to have yielded to some other Democrat who could win Mr Beckham would have been in a very much better position today Kentucky Democrats can not af ford to nominate any man for a large office who must depend upon Republican votes for his election He can not get them Respectfully yours AntlBeckham Democrat Tho above Is U Sample of the many arguments advanced why Democrats- are in no way committed to the Beckham candidacy the McCrearj and Stanley supporters contlnuallj bombarding the Beckham forces putting Beckham and Haley very much on the defense and in the role of supplicants to the Louisville Democracy for support this beinj in striking contrast to the attitudE of Haley only afeIyears ago whet he stated publlciyIn the Seelbabl Hotel lobby that ho didnt give Jsnap of his fingers for Ixmisvllli Democrats and used language morE forcible than polite in expresslni his disdain of the Democratic part in Louisville and Jefferson county Its a long lane that has no turn and pleasing indeed was the spec tacle of Gen IPercy squirming In hi seat under the awful grilling glvei him by Congressman Stanley jnhl speech at the National Theater las I week and of which the local Democrats are still talking Senator Hit Hutfaker Chairman of the Iocs- III Stanley campaign state sthat hei1I more than pleased with the outloo and predicts a nice majority for hi 3 candidate 1 The Louisville Herald daily dli i cusses the political situation from i1 Democratic standpoint with a fe a bouquets now and then for Mesen e White arid Gardner the Progresalv 11 candidates in the primary for Cot 1 gross but what ja puzzling to man J absolutely refuses to mention tl i third candidate Attorney Wlllia a Heck who did the Tinnsgan aGtb I vetting In and out of the jaee ever p other day and now anricjiiBGes thi he Iis in to jtay II t i COMIN1ENTST- uesday July 2ijrHlbernian an mal reun Ion tand picnic at Phoenix j lilt Park jt jjg I Wei1ne8da tJtd1i U rlthan3 estlval orfgr4uniSCoC St Joeephs J Irphans Home Cfefccont Hill July 27 and26 MJdsummer lawn rete for Sts Marykfand Elizabeth I Ibspltal on grburioltf at Twelfth and I Magnolia r 3r1f I Monday SPlcnlc and Ish fry by the Passlonlst Fathers at hoenlx Hill Park for St Agnes I hurch I I August 17 and i8Hol1 Cross lawn fete and chicken supper on I church grounds Tfiirtysecond end I Broadway I Thursday Arijipt27Atinual re I union and picnic otSt Leos congre atlpn on grounds adjoining church I Highland Park I I + ++4 ++ + + I Thin Socialists have again chosen I Charles Dobbs as theft candidate for I I Congress this being the steenth I tlmo Dobbs has gono to the post without eVEr being able to make a ripple In the rade but it is rumored I that they save money In their prlnttlug and advertising matter bhavIt t ing the announcement of I t Congress on the Socialist ticket I E without any date thereby using the I same material each Congressional I race I I NECESSITY 1 t I Modern arid Coriifortahje Board tug Homo FOr CnttlOlcJJ IW mcJiII r 10MMeeting Plans Wnygand Means For lInlntnhilil sltnWiuI Home Will Give Big IRWII rto ut1 Suriuig nnnl ii1cNext I Tlmrsdt9 I 1 I 1 I MOST DESERVINGiUNDERTAKlNGl J I1WJJE The Catholic menjand women ol g1 r alboi PlnlonUlatnorCIff o 8Vnes size and wealth should be without a strictly modern and comfortable I boarding home for Catholic working WOODen This most Important subI jest has been long and seriously I discussed and realizing that such a I home well equipped and affording I comfort and sheltering care under I the direction of the kind Sisters of j Mercy is not only a bulwark strength to the Catholic cozuunity- and a convincing oxponen Vf Catholic spirit and workjtt that it is also a soclologlcaLXiecesslty to the city at large pnpominont and representative memU ers of all parishes held a meeting on Monday evening WalnutIstreet boween Sixth and Seventh to play ways and means for the solid establishment and maintain ance nl the Visitation Home for Wordng Girls Tjhls homo will take the place of the Catholic Womans Club estab lished some years ago but which WMS not accorded the support required tor such an institution Recently the Sisters of Mercy who Imave had a wide experience in thek onduct of womens homes took full charge and there is now every I reason to believe that the hopes of iVs founders will be fully realizedII and that under the new charge theI I institution to be hereafter known as the YisltatloniiHomo will soon I become selfsusti vj Few appear to realize the ioeha home I lis ttthe you of a city lIce oulsvlUn its pur p ses and w er generally assuredII Every Chr n should feel a pride iiw he good Sisters I of Mercy for the innocent and frlejs ig girl or woman who Isloyment and surI foundUj jll safeguard them fromtk at confront those with II t ing noted it was a- Decided to give a grand Is the Interest of this I undertaking at Spring jn Thursday July 23 to I jeneral public Is Invited Tote will be ono of the the kind ever held here ho details are being worked I a nicety Each one is so I fl wied in the work that this big outo doors party bids fair to bo 7 the sccoss of the season The respe lve committees are In charge I of ex jrts each determined to bring his o her part of1 the work to a 3 succe iful finish They are as fol 1 lows B Ge ral Manager Jacob Hub t buck Tr surer Al Smith 0 ir 8TJohn P Cassllly Miss i Annparr Mrs A N Cunningham S Miss idle Doyle Ic Kl ionMrs Charles Smith 8 Dl ng Room Mrs ff IP Dant Ei reMrs John Schricker Lo iMrs Dan Murphy a Ic Creart ilrs Frank Dugan w and 541 Jennie Kirkup R ryMrs John Buschemeyer 0 C leeMrs George Hpertz and 1 Miss late Collins j r 8c Drinks deorge Welsh e Ti final meeting of those Inter In ests will be held Monday night at 7 7 s 3 clock at the yIsitatlori Home 7 whs the completed arrangements it will f made known and additional app tmenta announced iiiiH BIGOTS helr Campaign of Slander Pre lude of Outbreak to Come ccnsloii For Itcvcaling Bitter Animosities Against Catho lic Church t Character of Promoters of a I Unique and Unprallelcd Movement GENT NARY OF LUTHERS REVOLT I The year rstl7 will go down in tho annals of tellglous bigotry as the white heat period of the present flame of ant Cathollc agitation that is being fanned into greater fury from week to week The 1917 movement has enlisted in its cause all the Journalistic scavengers from the Atlantic to the aolf IcjTand from the Great Lakes HeJMMMalfi Furthering the movewlstIsr press with a combined cpe jJirtit Jet several millions SecrStTJUlkt g have sprung up under iIHj of patriotism to make uyeir1917 the banner year of tlirlNo reference is made lnltfeMftk 4 press to the 1917 movomentwsa that the plot would be nipidit tbud but in their private spondence and at their secret ings the plan Is extensively cussed The present campaigl it slander against the Catholic chiriis but a prelude to a violent oat break that Is to Why has the comeIsingled outIhcentenary of Martin Luthers revolt against the church will be observed Protestants of this country would as a matter of course celebrate this event If left to itself the celebration would merely assume a relig- Ious aspect without revealing any bitter animosity against the Catholic church and its adherents but once committed to the furies of anti Catholic bigotry it would develop into a rabid antiCatholic demonstration which would eclipse the Knownothing and AP A agita tions Thoughi suffIciently nuaierous t cause alarml the st promoters of the p ollc campaign is n quate for the realiz sinister designs II thtotProtestaSignificant 01thsecret fraternities that owes its oppositiontothe name of the Knights of Luther an organization that is spreading allover the country The aims and ob Jects of the Guardians of Liberty with such men as Gen Nelson Mile in their ranks are no sealed book Then there is the American League of Patriotic Voters whose design Is to get men into Congress and talc pledgedtochain of publications is concen trating its efforts in reviling and slandering the Catholic church and itspriesthoodAn Is meeting with some measure of success is the en lodgesforing throws some light on this phase of the work Jame Cooper writing as a Freemason to the Continent Presbyterian recently says FlrstI am pleased to read your article on the circulation of de testable forgeries of oaths of Cath ollc societies which are being sc extensively circulated at present It seems incredible that any one oi ordinary common sense can not seethe absurdity of any such things on the part of any class of people in this twentieth century but I am sorry to say that tho Masonic fra ternity are being dragged into It by some men who evidently have not learned the first principles of MasonrySecondI have seen three of I these epidemics of antiCatholicism the Knownothlngs the A P and the present one It does seem strange at a time when the whole trend of civilization Is in the op posite direction when countries practically all Catholic are divorcing Church and State They must be a brave lot who fear that one Catholic can control seven Protestants In this countryAnother factor that is to be reckoned with Is the political alli ance of the Socialist movement with the antiCatholic campaign In Milwaukee for instance the Guard ians of liberty circulated leaflets indorsing the Socialist candidates The moral support of Socialists Is of course assured Socialism regards the Catholic Church Ins the one great obstacle In its way and hence will lend its jtldto any movement directed against the church These facts disclose a grave situation The disastrous tendencies of the antiCatholic movement are not to be underestimated Apathy and Incredulity must be shaken off The forces of bigotry must be re ofpubUcatlons counterbalanced If there is one potent factor that Is equal to thiS task it is the pree- scpDu7rs HETRKAT I The 1Jt8vcI tu Dradrp P rector of the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Nvwburr road ii conducting a retreat for the Majdalen olasi af CJ he Good Shepherd Convent Eighth rind Madison streets which will be oncluded next Wednesday Father Brady returned last week from Akron Ohio whore he officiated at ho marriage of his brother Emmet Brady NEW PRIOR hERE The try Rev Timothy Leonard Crowley 0 P tho recently elected Prior of St Louis Bertrand Convent has entered upon his duties as pastor of the Dominican church Father Crowley Is a natlvo of Boston Mass and having made his collegiate studies at Boston College entered the Dominican order where he received the traditional training to fit him for the priesthood During his icholastlcate at the House of Studies Washington U C he en Joyed the additional advantages or the post graduate courses of the Catholic University During his term of assignment at the Church of St Antoninus Newark N J Father Crowley won distinctive success in pastoral duties especially In the efficient management of the Holy Name Society jEor the past six years he has bojjkitln charge of tire English departafttifof Aquinas College Columyiyj3fililiec and Spiritual Director ot iwijali ftate Reform I School for t Iflkse oftlcesJJ Father Crowleyj fflhd with sig nat tact and syii Uuy1fle comes with a well earned Usa for all those qualities aman I to the position of eft er in the ways that tend toward JijI rhe I members of the parish w Father Crowley and will reto assist in promoting the III 1 and temporal well being of flit W I Bertrands parish HIBERNIAN PICNIC All Indications point to a bannfiS growd at the annual picnic and re ijialon of tire Ancient Order of I rtjernlans at Phoenix Hill Park t nwrt Tuesday many looking forward t pkls into with a great deal of Mtire In anticipation of meeting fMfrlends and acquaintances that CTi3y do not run across at any other time in the year A special pro gramnjo of Irish music and dances has bn arranged by the Emerald Hibernian Social Club which will have entire charge of the dance hall the special committee promising a clean and high class order of dances County President WJ1Connell hiss appointed the follow ing committees for the different Conf cessions x pate and BopfficoTltonas W TarDy fe9tt MliDer ttL VaftOf Cusick ndfJ omq eelaJ i- 1t t fI 1Ibie t rQ ll Ej Janice Wdlal ch ddahdDa- Oleete Ifll ilersr John Maloney f John Hessian and ceo ig Hall and Music James LO L J Meany Thomas Far T1 and Patrick Connelly As stated before the Dance Com t mittee Is arranging for several old I time reels and Jigs also breakdown I quadrilles for the benefit of tire I older folks many of whom are still able to shake their feet with tire l best of them The proceeds of tire picnic will be donated to charity and the members of the four different dl- I I visions are putting forth their best licks to have a big sale of tickets I in advance of the picnic date I PRIEST MAYOR SPEAKS l The Rev Father Patrick R Dunl gan priest Mayor at Lapeer Mich I was greeted by a large audience at- lUle Glen wood Chautauqua Assembly at Glenwood Park New Albany l Tuesday night His subject was BigotryPreceding Father William F Selbertz pastor AlbanyInEdwards Hospital publicly ack nowlodged the receipt by that Insti tuition of a check for 200 representing the fee of former Vice President Fairbanks who lectured at tire Chautauqua Assembly Saturday night and donated his fee to the hospital expressing the thanks of the management to Mr Fairbanks for the gift The speaker of the evening was introduced by the Rev Michael Halpln pastor of St AugUstinos church in Jeffersonvllle HolyTrinitybrief but eloquent address TAKES SOUTHERN BRIDE Cards have been received here announcing the marriage at Jackson ville Fla of Logan N Rpck the well known young Louisville attor fey and Miss Lillian N Davis GeorgeWashingtonyoung lady and a favorite in Jacksonville society circles Tire bride and groom are now on an extended honeymoon trip and will return to make Louisville their home after August 15 Congratulations of a wide circle of friends are extended the happy couple- FATTENING CHICKENS Alderman Barney Campbell Dep uty Assessor Edward Brennan Joe Fontana and many other West End residents are now occupied In fatfl toning chickens for the supper and lawn fete to be given for Holy Cross church on the church grounds on August 17 and IS They Intend to barbecue the fowls In every way and outdo anything over held at Spring Bank GREETED BY FRIENDS Col William J OHearn who lisa Just passed through a critical illness Is again able to be out and is being warmly greeted by Iris legion of friends Though still somewhat weak from hrs long confinement there IB every indication that lugl health and strength will soon be fuhiy regained j WE DO PRINTINGFIRST GIve Thin Office Your Next Order CONVERT Vho Filled Marry Trying Posts In tire New York Diocese Igr Thomas Preston Founded Sisters of tire Divine 0 Compassion fuard His Earthly Remains hiI Chaple at White Plains AS AN EPISCOPAL MINISTER By James A Rooney Many converts to the faith have ichleved distinction and won pre ferment without seeking it and imong such the career of Alonsignor Phomas Scott Preston the founder f the Sisters of the Divine Com passion Is a conspicuous example His spiritual children venerate his tame and they guard his earthly remains in the mausoleum of their ihapel at White Plains N Y I Ho was born at Hartford Conn parentsin sftrror In title belief By the raMjeZGjd he arrived at this con rlUc91 front iris own deep study of hoJyjftory of the church and of tho fathers and that without reading any distinctively Catholic books and without even consulting any of his many friends among the Catholic priesthood And as soon as he became convinced of the truth of Catholic doctrine and teaching he recognized his obllgatl L to accept It I But this did not caf Ly in his jkspentthreethree othllibl ff- cjnssici4 tfji r i atudt j i iti ibis natfifeJ T 11 un Jtyc rI 4 ar1bgaisur 16 the ordinationby E1shoyDelancey1846 His ministry In the Episcopal church was brief for after threeyears on November 14 1849 he byFatherRoosevelt abriefand was ordained by the Right Rev ofAlbanyfirstAmerican CathedralchurchYonkers teen Catholic churches and a Cath andbesidesand Tarrytown as out missions After two years of laborious work ArchbishopHughes the Rev James Roosevelt Bayley who on October 30 1853 was conSsecrated Bishop of Newark Two1 years later he was made Chancellor of the diocese which office he filled to the entire satisfaction of three successive Archbishops- In 1861 he was appointed pastor of St Anns church New York churchbuUdlngwas made Vicar General of the diocese receiving the dignity of Domestic Prelate in 1882 and ProthonotaryApostolic in 1888 Hef died November 4 1891 and Arch bishop Michael Augustine Corrigan officiated at his obsequies while1 Archbishop Patrick John Ryan of Philadelphia preached the funeral discourseFather Preston was a most devoted priest a zealous pastor and 01 raro executive while an exquisite1 refinement of manner and an abso lute loyalty to the church and to hid superiors were distinguishing traits 6f his character With all thtf laborious duties imposed upon hint In the various responsible positions he filled he found time to give Advent and Lenten conferences that at tracted Immense congregations and to write many books of a devotional and controversial character CopyJ righted SUPPORT NATIONALISTS At the meeting of Division 4 A 04 H Monday evening In Bertrand 1 Hall a communication was read by Secretary L ngstii from the Irish Na tionalist party urging contributions from the friends of home rule for the purpose of purchasing arms to equip the Irish Nationalist volun organizedInagainst Carsons Ulster Orangemen CountyBoarelmatter and forward a substantial CaptFergulIKennedy ment and member of the division was reported as entirely recovered from his recent InJurlesV President tedeVenODefonext Tuesday and stated that ticket awaytoConnellyI 1 A w KENTUOKY CLkISH A1WERYOr I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYI Jtvtfed to the Social ud Moral Livaacemetaeit elllrIII Aaerlcan and CaAollc Officially Indorsed by Ancltat Order ol Hlberalani Young Mens Institute and CataoHc KalgbU of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlhei SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY IC Beurcd it Ilia LtoliYlII PotUMlci M SOlIlSCla flitUf 4 rMsHCoHna Uatloas the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN J1WI West One St LOUISVILLE KySATURDAY JULY 18 1 141 FOR LABOR DAY The first Monday In September Is1 set aside for the laboring manto him who In the sweat of his brow earns his bread To him Is this day dedicated The day Is held sa cred by millions of people to obI serve the dignity of labor to en courage the heartless and cheer the wearied and spread Christs teach- Ing that he who robs the working man of his wage robs his own soul Labor day therefore has an unusual significance and In Its honor fitting celebrations are held In all the large cities of our country To the Cath olic priest this presents an unique opportunity to speak of the church and labor not only of Christs teach ings but the encyclical of Pope Leo the Rerum Novarum and of Bishop Ketteler and of the present day relation between church and trade unions Now Is the time to provide for this occasion Labor day Is on Monday not Sunday and should be observed on that day In places where the day Is publicly observed high mass and a sermon should beheld before the usual Parade 5jjj ollc trade unionists should jujwnuf the responsibility of prov dl gJJM mass and sermon Priests should endeavor to extend an lnvl lorirt- oallsend out InvHatloris bfearlng the union label to all sand nonCatholics The efforts of both priests and trade unionists will be repaid Immeasurably for the work man will not forget that Christ loves him and that the church will stand by AIR PRIMARY on and especially k s for a fair The Evenlpg urge a fair 4 me by- that said On a fair count and with all the registered Democrats participating Louisville Is overwhelmingly for Beckham but all the registered vote will not come out and some men may try to do a little stealing To be sure unless Beckham carII ries Louisville by an overwhelming I majority there will be fraud at theII polls from Mr Knotts viewpoint yet the Post from day to day assures Its readers that Chairman Frank McGrath and Mayor Buscheoneyer will do all In their power to see that the primary Is fairly conducted and these two men by virtue of their positions will be a large factor In seeing that the primary Is fairly conducted The primary can not help but be fair Mr Knott knows this as well as anybody No man of ordinary reasoning powers will contend that Louisville Is overwhelmingly for Beckham It Is but natural that he would be 1 opposed by tho distillery and brewery ownern their thousands of employes the manufacturers of bottles and barrels the hankers who furnish the money and the saloon keepers and druggists who pay big license who will not be found shouting or voting for one who would confiscate their property destroy their business and maker working men Idle If any man was going about preaching a crusade favoring the destruction of the Evening Posts property Editor Knott would denounce such a one and Justly so Certain it is that the brewer and liquor dealers will not have charge of the polls on August 1 and they could not stuff the ballotl boxes If they would From all quarters comes word that either I A 0 Stanley or Qov McCreary would make a much Stronger race before the people than Beckham and that Louisville is almost solidly against him But we may look for the Evening Post to shout fraud and blame the whisky Interests when Its candidate is defeated SCENTS DANGER That danger stalks behind the z Carnegie and Rockefeller founda Lions and that they are agencies that menace true academic freedom and defeat the primary purpose of democracy in schools was brought put at the convention of the National Educational Association which must be looked upon as good authority The convention expressed its conviction and censure In the following resolutions adopted without a dissenting vote Weyiew i with alarm the teUyKy of the 0rnegie and Boo 1 f Uer foundations Rganhhe not to c f anyway responsible to the people In their efforts to control the policies of our State educational Institutions to fashion them after their conceptions to standardize our courses of study and to surround the institutions with conditions which menace true academic free dom and defeat the primary pur pose of democracy as heretofore preserved inviolable in our common schools normal schools and unl ver ities Coming from such a source this should awaken our citizenship and prevent further encroachments upon our educational institutions by two men who have jlnoxcare for the masses of thejpeopleThat Car negies and iRodkefellers scheme lacks mer1it longbeen apparent and thplpSpWMdeciaratlbn was worthyllhe odaveatlon au WOMBNmAVE NERVE jJEfiriKljrjpsqulth recently re jydf iqelegatlon of representa tlres from the working womens jtrancbfrbf the suffragettes listened feourteously to what they had to say and then as courteously de jkTmed to grant their request that a women suffrage bill should be Iin troduced in Parliament at the prep ent session That was to have JJianticipated How these wott I could expect any sane law reepepfr Ing person to favor grantlnglthe suffrage after the many exl tlons they have been giving of thetar Irresponsibility and unfltnefes Isnt easy to conceive DIFFERENCES IN OPINION For the benefit of some who are unable to allow for Anyone elses opinion we quote followingIfrom Philosopher Jlann Do not tjynk of knocking Amt another jiai3 i1 JI lsons brains because he du14 lOUUalopiniond uyop I rational to knock youajaffQ nUJIIr- 1 er sews of des UU av e self of ten years a- ASQUITH Premier Asquith has now office for over six years a longer D period than any but three men since he days of Lord Liverpool Though t the strain upon his administration j has been great the Premier seems to g thrive While he has aged some what and so have all those whoIj have gone through the last few u strenuous years with him he is I still master of the House of Commons where as a tactician nonell1 come within miles of him With the v settlement of the Ulster situation he h will be able to look back upon along and unbroken series of suc cesses When autolsts come here from other towns and cities they should observe the speed laws There Is no valid reason why our courts should be more lenient with the stranger than the resident Were the case murder would our court officials make a distinction The only way to make safe person and life is to enforce the law on all alike New York City Orangemen held their Twelfth of July parade last Sunday in Jersey City With them were two Junior Order councils the whole making an insignificant show ing Though it was the Sabbath the speakers made dire predictions for the future of this country and then the crowd went to dancing and drinking Gifts aggregating 1068387 were made to the Catholic Uni versity the past year The flour ishing condition of this great educational institution is now obvious to the most casual observer The university has now 400 regis tered students Englands best friend and Ire lands worst enemy in the United States are John Devoy aid his Gaelic American but fortunately both are ijnpotent Huerta has resigned which gives hope for peace in Mexico CHANGE FOR THE BETTER Ills many friends throughout the city will be rejoiced to learn that this week there was a slight change for the better In the condition of the Rev Father Louis C Ohle pastor of St Martins church For two months Father Ohle has been suffering from rheumatism and for a time was unable to either speak or Ihear He IIi now able to move about the rectory and It Is hoped that bU condition will Jo improve tIIf to allow him to soon seekk thelyrsettte of the watering resorts l n SOGIETY j r IiOta t e Mrs Elizabeth Fontana has been visiting friends in Chicago Miss Myrtle Murphy of Portland Is home from a visit to Cincinnati Edward J Bosler Is on a two weeks trip to New York and Bos tonMiss Catherine Scannell was last week the guest of friends at Spring fieldMiss Catherine Moriarity has been spending the week with friends iIn EvansvilleMiss Barrett went to Clover port last week for a visit with Mrs J B Severs Miss Mae Adams was the weekend guest of Miss Amelia Moody at Pewee Valley Mrs Baxter Kremer spent last week t with Mrs Hosace Hays at EHzabethtown Mrs John Hannan and Miss Daisy Hannan are spending the month at Ashvllle N C Mr and Mrs John Gorman of South Louisville are sojourning at Martlnsvllle Ind I Miss Marguerite Morlarity left Sunday to spend a month visiting in Northern Indiana Miss Margaret Wlckham has been visiting her aunt Mrs Edward Downs at Bloomfield Mrs Mary Pulliam Is home from Bloomfield where she visited her mother Dirs Mary Murphy MIssMargfaretiMurphy entertained at her 1amei1 JPortland with a kitchen shows tierDille Mary Wald Jrp MIMes Dorothy Cassllly and Hen rlettayBanaolvwere recent guests o- disurrettOglesby at Prestonla Iffd 1IrsEd Sullivan of BouthyLjOulsvlllev have returned from 94Vittwlthl relatives near Bonney U1 f Srflsses Winifrede Fllburn and Telll Burkholder were last week guests of Mrs J L Riestcr at Park view iOohn J Coyle and Will Receuver of New Albany are on a vacation trip to Chicago and the lake resorts Mr and Mrs Richard Stltes and baby are spending the summer with Mr and Mrs Wilbur Blackwell at Eastwood Miss Rachel OBrien entertained he members of her card club Mon ulQrf ernoon at her home in the run jo toll pu eoaoj B 50 H 0UH8 nose F G Harpring and I1 jo1 tu8H9Jte8 Elsie and Laura ast week on a trip mnell and wife Mrs leillyind Diss Florence a sojourn atellly left TueB y iwson Springs- Among those sailing for Eope 1e past week were Misses Kat icSweeney Annie McGlll and Marj t iret Maloney J c Mrs John Murphy and Mrs Wills J Long and son who were guests I Mrs H Harris have returned f iclr home in Cairo Ill toII I Phil McGovern Srthe veteran I tter carrier who was taken ill two 1 leeks ago is still confined to his J ome on Boiling avenue I I Misses Beezle Hannan and Nellie annan left Sunday for New York rom where they sailed Thursday to iend two months In Europe Mrs Mary Daley and Master Ed vln Bannon will return the first of text week frown a visit to relatives n Lexington arid the BluegrassIIII Mrs Mary Curran and daughters eglna and Christiana enjoyed a leasant visit to Mrs J S Dicker ion and Thomas Curran at Now wen I Mrs Walter D Binford and t GerIrudeect where they will spend the ummer months John J Reilly of Philadelphia rrlved here Tuesday to Join his rife Who had been here on a visit to her father James Wolfe of outh Eighth street Miss Cornelia Meagher has re urned to her home in Terre Haute ollowlng a visit with Misses Mary Jonroy and May Spleth In Jeffer onvllle where she made many riends Mr and Mrs James Hartigan ave announced the engagement of h iir daughter Miss Mayme Hart gun to Richard C Elder Their marriage will take place next Wednesday Sojourning at West Baden this week were George C Murphy and wife and Misses Katherine and LIllian Devine Bertha Graves Mil dred Smith and Evelyn Phllpott allot Louisville Mrs David T3 GarveY is in De rolt to spend three weeks with her sister Mrs Ralph iBlnm She was accompanied by her four youngest hildren leaving three td the care of their genial father who is fully reallzlng his responsibility Returning Saturday from their wadding trip to Atlantic City John C Hardin and Miss Barbara Barks dale announced their marriage aich took place at Holy Trinity on Julyi 2 They are now at home to their friends at S29 Park Place NeW Albany HIM Mabel GravUs and John C- ravesOr i ere quietly married Tues day morning at the Cathedral of thE Assumption and after a weddins touritipoints They will make their res- Idence at 852 South Fifth street IWELC031E VISITOR lThe Kentucky Irish American reo a visit Wednesday from th Rev Father Ohrysostom Coons 0- SD Father Chrysostom was herE- on his annual visit in the Interest oj Jasper College which for years 1 ha been attended by many Louisvill boys He will remain here for somE- time and will return for the nei school year which opens September 9 FATHER FAMXJN PLACED RIght Rev Bishop ODonaghu has appointed the Rov Father Joht Fallon recently ordained as at distant pastor of St Pauls church al FltzIIcally ill for some time past anc1 until his recovery and return Fathe Fallon will have charge of the affairs of the church St Pauls iIE one of the big congregations of thE diocese and friends of the youh priest are elated over his appointment there CATHOLIC FEDERATION Despite the extreme heat that prevailed there was a large attendance at the regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation held al the Visitation Home Preside Ganz occupied the chair and Secretary Thomas Dolan presented thE communications and announced that the Archbishop Ireland address anc1 the Federation Bulletin would bE received for next months meeting Treasurer Jacob Hubbuch state that thQ Catholic church director would be placed in the leadlnlJ hotels of the city and that thE Federation had no bills outstanding The Committee on Laws announced that its revision of the constitution and bylaws was nearly completei and will be ready for submisslbi very soon Chairman Peter J Dowling reported that the catalogUE of Catholic books in the Public Library was being printed anI would be ready for distribution at the next meeting After allowing thE per capita tax for the national bod President Ganz asked all member to attend the next meeting whei delegates will be chosen for thE Baltimore convention that meets i111 September SUMMER SCHOOL The arrlvaj at Cliff Haven of tilE Very Rev John P Chldwlck D D President of the Catholic Summer r School and the celebrations connected with the flagraising exercises of the Albany Cottage at whita pilgrimage under the auspices ot the fourth degree members of Ule Knights of Columbus of Albany was present brought to a close a week which will long be remembered byr the guests of the Cliff Haven Institution Father Chldwick arrived at Cliff Haven on Saturday morning and received an enthusiastic wel conic from the patrons and officers of the Summer School all of whom had been looking forward to his arrival with eager anticipation The reverend President came on the early morning train and after a brief reBt made a visitation to all the cottages on the grounds In the afternoon he spoke to the Knights of Columbus at the flag raising exercises b f the Albany Cottage delivering a patriotic address which was a mas Jxgntece of oratory and eloquence t tfie1lcompletion of the Imposing eremon of the flag raising the nights anheir frIends took din ier at the dlnlng ldll of the Summe pool restaurant aVi d then departed or Albany by spec 1j1 train The reeks educational pro raname and he outdoor exercises ffrad amuse lents made the time pass Toleasantlj or the large crowd of gueXts who Ire enjoying every moment wf their itay AGED PRIEST DIES 1 Rev Louis Guerguen eighty ybars tld died early Sunday morning of enlllty at the pastoral residence of- St Francis Xavlers Cathedral lat rlncennes Ind In which he whsi ordained fiftyfive years ago anM which he later served for seventeen years as rector until his retirement 11i few years ago Before beings a ioned at Vlncennes Father Gqfer guen held pastorates In St Marys of the Knobs New Albany too gooteeMadJ o TMtd St Marys of tha Wood I1 rein also II great factor in + Im I Hisfcldayfuneral was h V clergyirpits of Indiana swnDhflQ f ED While swim f e river at thefoot of Ma t at noon Sunday Frank w ry twenty two years of age f 0n Ormsby avenue was drown Ijinv sight of Purcell Chalk tweli toid and Albert Thornbtrry 1- old ft9 years I who had acco him Three hours later tiIsli asrec covered by the life saveri hpas- e fourth Louisville tllf owning during last wv g an employe of P F Koch r a Surviving him are his para s1- id Mrs Frank Goss others and one sister The ultIJ took place Wednesday opting from St Vincent de Pauls hurch II GOOD FERRY BIL I The bill for the coming Peek at Fontane Ferry Park promls s much in the way of comedy and n city of a varied sort that ought prove entertaining Natlello and Us free band concerts are growing i public favor many visiting the pi k especially to hear the mun The popularity of the swlmml pool continues and dally hundr s enjoy- ss cooling waters LTEBERTiJACKSO The marriage of Miss Ma jlebert daughter ot Mr and Mrs eter J Llebert to Samuel Jackson f Pltt burgh Pa was solemnize on the evening ofr ly15 at90 ok at Stt Josephs church Fatll Alexander officiating A suppi at the home of the ride followed ie cere monYwheRrnauy frlenc assem bled to tender congratulat s FONTAINE FERRY 1jEAUTIFr UL Xtragdod Vaudeville tAND IFree Corcerts by Natiellos B- aThe I Big Sanitary Swim todayfII I TayII r RIVERVIEVtocfsrillea OPEN FOR THE SEASON 1AnERNOOHI 1 1 ADMISSION RE- tt Free Open Air Musical Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singerssf Mr Dlefunbacb is again In charge c the Spotless Kitchen I Night admission five cents chlldrei accompanied by parents free 75c to CincinnatiI 100 For the Round Trip ON STEAMERS City of Louisville City of Cincinnati Every Saturday at 5 P 1M 50c Meet the Boat Trip Every Sunday at 9 A M 50 CENTS ROUND TRIP COME TO SEE US I IN OUR NEW QUARTERS- A larger floor space and a beautiful show roomwill enable us to serve you quicker and better than heretofore Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREE1r BET MAIN AND MARKET ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO Established 1897 Home Phone City 5161 DONT FORGET THE National Hat Cleaning WORN CON J KOLB PROP When you want your old hate mad newStraw and Panama lints cleans and bleached 533 WEST MARKET ST MONUMENT We bave just received five carloads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 10000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give Ut a call at our warerooms 3l832f West Green St New Muldoon Monument CO RECENT DEATHS Mrs Ida Noske aged forty years mother of Miss Leonlta Noske 218i South Twentysixth street departed this life last Saturday following an Illness of six months Her funeral was held Monday morning from St Anthonys church attended by man mourning friends I rMplDeathome of Thomas and Kate Murray 2848 West Market street taking from them their promising twoyearold son Thomas The funeral took place Sunday afternoon with Interment In St Louis cemetery Friends ant relatives extend the bereaved par ents most sincere sympathy i I Mrs Julia Madigan aged eighty years and a longtime and respected resident of Louisville died Tuesday afternoon at her home 432 East Main street survived by only her I husband Edward Madlgan Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St Mlqhaels church of which she had been a faithful and devout j member Prostrated by the heat on Monday followed by the bursting of a blood belovedIday afternoon at her home 926 East Main street She was fiftythree years old and a widely known and highly esteemed member of St Johns church from where her funeral was held Thursday morning rfThe many friends of Frank and Mollle Bayer 710 Caldwell street extend to them heartfelt sympathy daushI four years old and a young woman of splendid character Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St Pauls church Rev Thomas York officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Mrs Catherine Martin widow of John Martin and mother of Miss Marie Martin and Mrs Martin Jen nings was called to her eternal re ward Tuesday morning ending a Ute that was full of good works Her funeral was held Thursday i morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh celebrat- Ing the higkmass of requiem and paying tribute to the life of the deceased I By the death of Mrs Ann Rush widow of John Rush the Dominican pariah lost one of Ha pioneer and most dev set members Mrs Rush was eevi tI7oaf age poet t I 4 CASINO AND ORPHE THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR 1MOTTO dThese are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladles and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic r ORPUANS FESTIVAL i WEDNESDAY JULY 22 5On 1 the Grounds of tStt Josephs Orphans Home sORESOENT TTTTyn I Admission 25 Cents Children Under Twelve Years Free First class meals will be served in the dining room which is fansIto grounds In the event of rain post poned tto the following favorable day 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914 IItl VOTE FORV A 0 STANLEY THE WORKINGMANSV FRIENDS- ubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914 VOTE FOR BENNETT H YOUNG r CANDIDA TE FOR United States Senator SHORT TERM Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 350 300 250 LADIES LOW SHOE- SZ1D5r Monday 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 With or Without Straps SHOE I TO THE FAMilYVOLZ MICHAEL OXFORDS Values Patent IMarket Sellers of the Duchess Shoes for Ladies FURNITUREFor Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and- reasonablelprices WM F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and + H + + l + + + + U + + + II + + + + + M FRANK A OHLMANNIHI GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square o Our Round Stea k t Comb Pkm Main 967a d HHH F33F3 floaio PlltH City 5252 1 f 01 + 01 Ho of had been in this city She had relatives and a of by all of her Is deeply mourned Her funeral held Thursday mornlng from St Louis l lJ up to 350 In Tan Gun Vicl Kid and Kid English Shapes or High Toes the Fifth U1 ft H Zi Meal 900 Franklin Street J Horn City 3101 Gnmb South 000T DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue which spent many wide circle acquaintances whom death was Bertrandi Black Metal church when many gathered to pay the last tribute of respect to her memory Women will be allowed to com pete In the next Olympic altfH U V gE1TTiSOgY IRISH AMERIOAN I to ZIJ t t of 1 DOUGHERTY McELUOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cumb Main 200Sn Homo City 2008 i K KKKKKK HOME PHONE S8 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071y J J BARRETTS SONS I 822 FUNERAL AND East DIRECTORSII f j KKKKKKKK H1+HooIrr 01 + 1 HHHHHHH1 1 1 1 +411 HJl + THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 I GRAN w SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET j rid04C trrd s w + rM rY44400t 46P4 DR J T CHAWK I Veterinary ttj Infirmary ITrpltI 00049k0 +tW0e6 ffirt Sw t BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY liT IS ALWAYS PURE Kri1 I 1 11 I I 1 I 11001 I I II I 1 I I I i I I I I I I I 1 ++1011 z+ I IH I I I I I FINE WINES AL SOLE AGNJDSII 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS tt- i J HIJloH1 1 + 1101 IJ H + 11 I 111 ill 1 I 1 I + Eo lJo++ zl + 10110 SAVES THE RUB ip THE EASY CLEAN EASYI WAY Simply Stir the Clothes Te i Minutes WI Q G SOAP LOUISVILLE SOAP COMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY etve your boy an education that will prepare them tor life ST XAVIERS COLLEQh 113 W Broadway Zonlvllle Ky BrothersClaaelcal Largepwtmmingslum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr 4 HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers uio wmiat AVENUE 7ieieiieu 1te8t All the late and sew Styles and ShapesI can be found here at reasonable price Callaad see n- aQuick Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted for the economical lie of natural gas GEHER 2 SON 2I5W MuketMtu Secei HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WcekGeneral- News Notes Meet your friends Tuesday night at Phoenix Hill Every division now has a class of candidates awaiting initiation Division 3 meets Monday night All members are urged to be ypres entThe New Hampshire State con vention will be held the first week in September Patrick J Welsh State President will depart tomorrow night for the Norfolk convention Division 1 will have no meeting Tuesday night All the members will be at Phoenix Hill The Ladles Auxiliary of Syracuse gave a social and euchre for the St Vincents Orphanage picnic saysDIvisiontake its place In the front rank When the State and county officers return from Norfolk prepara tions will begin for the State con ventionMisses Fannie Kennedy and Mary Corcoran will have good reports to submit for the Kentucky Ladles AuxiliaryThe social clubs are surely doing great work for their divisions Their every undertaking has been successfulA gathering enjoyed the euchre of the Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday night This one augurs well for those to follow Division 1 of Concord iN H added fortyfive new members dur ing the past six months and has now the largest treasury in its history Hibernians of Columbus Ohio are actively preparing for Irish day on August 5 Hon J D Ryan for mer Secretary of State Mayor Karb and Gov Cox will be the speakers Jefersonvllle Hibernians missed John Kehny from their recent meetings He has been in pofer health and was forced to go to French Lick in the hope of recuper atingMiss Mary Dennis was awarded the prize of the auxiliary at Dover N H for securing the largest number of members Another con test was immediately started to end next November The moonlight excursloh of the Hibernian Social Club was a decided success Many are hoping that an other will be soon given All who went had a good time and enjoyable ride County President William Con nelly will leave Sunday morning for the national convention at Norfolk He will be accompanied by Miss Fannie Kennedy State President of the Ladles Auxiliary and Miss Mary Corcoran County President WILL SEE TilE WEST Mr and Mrs J B Dant Miss Lucille Dant Miss Rose Kearns Miss Ella Dant and Mrs Mattie Dant left this week for a months trip through the Westj visiting Yellowstone Park Santa Fe Los Angeles and San FranciscoI STITHTON Horace Warren Brian aged sixty five years one of the most prom inent citizens of Stithton died Tuesday of complications after a long Illness He was a director of the Peoples Bank and took an active part in business and commercial life of his section Ho belonged fo St Patricks church and leaves his wife six daughters two sons one sister and two brothers He was one of the wealthiest and mos highly esteemed men of the county LONDON SUFFRAGETTE TRICK A London policeman arrested two suffragettes who were acting suspiciously near a church recently and marched them toward the police station holding one by each hand He was getting along all right despite the struggle of the two militants when a third woman ap proached from behind and cut the constables suspenders Either his trousers or his prisoners had to go and the two women escaped The bobby is being unmercifully jol lied and has applied to be trans ferred to another precinct OENTRALVEREIN Pittsburgh Is to be host to the Central Vereln convention this yearn opens on August 9 and continues for four days The Apostolic Dele gate the Most Rev John Bonzano D D is to attend the convention He will celebrate Pontifical mass in St Pauls Cathedral on the opening day when Bishop Schrembs of Toledo will preach the sermon in German The opening meeting will be held on Sunday afternoon In the Music halll of the Exposition build- Ing where the Papal Delegate will address the assemblage About fifteen choirs from German Catholic churches assisted by an orchestra of thirty men will render the musi cal numbers i VISIT TO ROME The venerable and Right Rev John J Hennessy Bishop of Wichita Kas Is now en route on his ad limina visit to Rpme Pre vious to his departure he was presented with a purse of over 1800 by the priests and people of his diocese ARCHBISHOP A JUBILARIAN Archbishop Riordan of San Francisco has just entered upon the golden year of his priesthood TRAINING FOR TEACHERS MIsa Mabel Carney has been ap pointed to train the high school pupils in Minnesota to teach In the rural schools of the State RAPID INCREASE Germany la showing a remarkable increase in the number of births In Catholic families and a 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correspondence SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTlcasurerThomas Keenan Sr Sergeantat4rms Tioi Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will iams Hall Thirteenth and Oa- kPresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eighteenth 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 lSentinel 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 LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentlnelM J McDermott Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken ney Second Vice President Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside SentlnelL E Gratzer f Executive CommlbteeFG Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler a question of time when Prussia Itself will be Roman Catholics YOUR LIFE The average duration of human life is about thirtythree years One quarter of the people of the earth die before the age of six onehalf before the age of sixteen and only agout one person out of each 100 born lives to sixtyfive The Average experience of mortality shows the expectation of life as follows At 1049 years longer At 2042 years longer At 3036 years longer At 4028 years longer At 6020 years longer At 6014 years longer At 709 years longer At 804 years longer At901 years longer O ADA CENSUS The religious census of Canada shows ethird of the Domin ion it Catholic and Catholics ate by tar the largest individual denomina isX8883041and 44lli MknnonitM tt k4 KNIG ITS OP mmmI Ute News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where There are good prospects for three more councils In Idaho Plfltyflvo candidates joined the order at the Initiation at Milford IowaThe Iowa State convention gaye 200 each to tie four dioceses for educational purposes Plans are preparing for the erec Springfield Poughkeepsiebeing the originator of permanent homesCouncils at Evansvllle Ind Lockport N Y Portland Ore and Spripgfield Zanesvllld and Dayton Ohio are making efforts to secure permanent homes The fourth degree exemplification will be a big feature of the natlonal convention at St Paul It will take highhonorof about BOO Col P H Callahan Kentucky State Deputy has named as District Deputies Messrs James J OBrien of Lexington John R Sower of Frankfort Albert B Oberst of Owensboro and C Morton Hand of PaducahAt meeting In Cincinnati of Hamilton county Grand Knights a resolution was passed covering the organization of a central chapter and providing for greater unity of action and aim between the councils of the county- SIMPLICITY IN GRADUATION Now that the sweet girl graduate has retired from the field of her scholastic attainments to the worlds wider circle or the more sacred one of home it might not be amiss to speak the retarded word for her sisters of the class of 15 who next year will stand In her place smiling across the sea of faces with wistful eyes into the vision of the future far as human eye can see The word Is one for greater simplicity in gowning in functions in everything that means expenditure of money which some of that class of 15 will find so hard to obtain There was a movement started in some of the public schools this year which our convents might do well to emulate The custom was Inaugurated of having the girls make their own commencement gowns of some pretty cheap material in a modish but modest stylea thing not impossible Catholic educators and Catholic parents cnn do much in instructing their young maidens in the beauty of simplicity and to quote a speaker- at one of the commencements to make them realize that beauty un adorned is adorned the most The lesson is not a hard one and it should be insisted upon There are many reasons for this simplicity Often the girl of moderate means is forced through the lack of moral courage to dress In a style out of all proportion to her means or else to appear conspicuous Often a meal goes to buy the flowers she carries and which are not at all a necessary adjunct to the pretty exercises Flowers and ribbon and laces moon little to the rich but to the struggling parents who have to provide them for a daughter for whom they have already made vital sacrifices to secure an education they are the last straw that breaks the camels back More uniformity and simplicity would help much and would indicate refinement and charity In the happiest of combinations And It is well to remember while on this subject that not all the ex travagances of commencements are monopolized by the girls LESELIA REMEDIES Attention is called to the card in our advertising columns of the esella Fever Remedies Company which is the product of a formula by Brother Dennis now stationed at the Sacred Heart Retreat but who far years was located In the fever plagued districts of South America doing missionary work Lesella is prepared from a plant that grows In South America where Brother Dennis discovered It while adminis tering to the stricken natives and which brought relief even In the most malignant cases The re markable virtue of this remedy lies in the fact that Intsead of depress- Ing the patient it builds up the system while destroying the fever this feature being a marvel to the medical world In addition Lesella is recognized as a splendid blood pun tier and Is easy to take having no bitter taste as in the case of many medicines of that class BOTTLE TRICE I This trick seems almost impossible but you can do It Tie a piece of twine securely around the neck of a bottle then lay a match on the cork hold it firmly bring the ends of the twine up over It and tie a knot forming a loop You may remove the match to show that you have simplY tied a loop Then insert the match through the loop rest one end on the cork and lay the other on the projecting edge of the table when the bottle will swing clear of any obstruction I LATEST IN STYLES The flare skirt has been launched and will be the Innovation of the fall season THEY ALWAYS HAVE Women can talk more than men with less fatigue because their throats are smaller and they tax the lungs and vocal cords lees NEED A TANKx The doctor was paying a vlsIUp to one of his patientsa yqutig mother You must let the baby have one cows milk to dripk every day Mrs Burrell he said I Very well doctor If you sky BO of course l will r plied the per FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO 2 INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ontar jj- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light 1 Cumb Phone West 191omePhone 1913 TIIE w WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYSC- elebrated f Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent CAT ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS1- r Clay Street Brewery 5 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE JOT IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGINGy JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY 1 J OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLEJNBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS CUSCADENGIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE H CREAMPHONES Factory 309311 S Second Street PHOENIX HILL Ml Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts 3ARRY DECKER Assistant Manag HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Barnds of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelsonr BOTTLED IN BOND Til tm 1913 234S SIXTH STREET plexed younc woman but I really- doata selhow he Ie going to kotdI Jtu j LLdf BEDDING PLANTS ieraniums Ro es- tJeleotrope+ Etc Cemetery WQrk a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ I THE FLORIST i50 S FOURTH AVE Both PIt ites 223 FRED ERHARTt ARCHITECTr NORTON BUILD G NW Corner Fourth and Je fersln THE 2 FAVORITES AA- of LoBisYlllei Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cle- arLITTLE A JfSc Cigar The cigars without an equalin quality and flavor HomemadeUnlosmade and the bestmade for the mosey For sale at all dispensers of smok- ersTW a TARPY CO MAKKHS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET NOTICE x aisetttheetate1are notified to file Same fitlr me preveaacoordiugtolawonorbfore July 20 1014 I JALFRED R COBB A4m 1204 Eat Main Jm4i WALLACE VM016 iHtcrSoutN v I 4- t d iUCKY IRISH AMERICAN iii pairs Womans Pump and Ieathf ers values up to 360 To eweep ii Several hundred White Canvas and New Pumps Oxfords also Patent G Colt Gunmetal Vlcl Kid Straps Doll Pumps and Colonials are extra values every pair ft and Phone City il r rprp srrrr r r r Yrrr1Ii rarsofrt e1r1a sfalOSlttr r M i Ourr43d SemiAnnual s- rr S raeer set lj EAn out pairs Women I and Duck In An kilO Baby good These and E 300 S60 value sweep out er rpl eUrr IDRrr SalerR1 = sira ContinuesrJ8 1 paBargains I i Every Department AA etr i ew I EdSweepingOutBasement Em j I i a To 1 100 1fs5 Growing Girls = I In patent colt rib bon bows regular 4260 value To sweep out Floor gSJI Misses and Childrens Ankle br Strap Pumps and Oxfords leathers also several paira Little Gents Oxfords this lot 250valuesTo sweep out 148 Iitr e Mezzanine I In allN w 100 ra iIs e Iii 417419 FOURTH AVENUE iirrrrrelsrC trer r r user tprrrprpr agJIi ItB1 3238 UpStairsStore i JMDSU1lWER SPECIALS Featherweight Materials for hot weather Coat and Pants to order 18 and 20 Palm Beach Suits 1250 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET i I PHONESOUTH ItYHOLI 2Sw INCORPORATEDII diiNebONdHN FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in ti the South NIei04t NN On That Vacationjrip YOU CANNOT get alone with out a Camera We can fit you with one from 2 We will be glad to explain SOUVENIR CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 3uwkon1L d 321 Loultrllit n iftDl8 The Last iJiiIIThat you spent for something you did not NEED SAYINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to Interest DEDItwice A year There MAY COME a tUne whea your LAST I must be fpent for something you DO NEED The now of dollars you are might keep that hard time from ever j Ky tbeIITitle Savings Bank n and Trust Fifth and Court COIIOpen Until 3 p m it 4O414 1IIIIJ4 ilM J Pres ililt 2strap Pumpsa In out upwards POST 11111 111111 E I 1 PIANHON JR YlhresHreH Watt Jaffirirn y bear COMPOU SAVING wasting Daily BAIINON- U +1 It 1111111111 t 1SMnbrrJ 1 R BANNON PIPE GO Sewer artCulvertPlpe lams Patent L1dde4 Pipe far Steam CeH its t Walt Cepiarf Drain tilt YitrIM trick 1Irj Flue LiBlrn i Fire Trick u V Gte a4 leiler Tile fireaai The Clay Chinaey Tips OVp1CE 828 WEST JEFFERSON- MEPHONE8CITY 5731786 OUMBi MAIN BO7 ii V Ith sadBrck fetid MaNellrAve t 9tV M4 jptfci 1 j l J i the 6a m and 112 to to did not last year so as to vote in the 1 1st No one can for the a 1 the of 2 Ill to the of j 3 to of on of the ofa J i J of his is 4 into last C j 5 of age last or will of age the 3 I ber I i i e e 9 r of 4 t LAW SAYS YES July 14 itor Irish 1 save had a with a friend which you can settle by this If Gov should be for United States Senator In the Dem 1 and I would his term March 4 next and would that make LIeut Gov ol r from March to 1915 Yours T Under tho ot Ken tucky Gov could not hold two offices at one time These days Is In session every spring and summer It will be In session in March 1915 The would of course not leave his In the United States Senate I and give the that and would cease ind then LIeut Gov i would become Governor of because the I of says the Is I from office resigns or is from the State or Is unable from any cause to the duties ot his office his place shall be taken by the TWIN CITY Quite a tribute was paid to amateur ball and the Base tall League last Sunday when a crowd of over 5000 people attended the game between the and at Shaw nee Park while about 3000 people were divided among the other three tames in the same league and at the same park The long tie was broken between the two above tamed teams the out a well earned victory In the losing The who ire at a rapid clip easily over the Trinity team while the beat Mackin In me of the fastest games of the season The Bruins shoved the K of C further in the cellar but only after a Tho Is- as follows Trinity vs lackln vs K of C vs and Bruins vs The to date Club Won Lost 1 2 4 667 6 6 500 5 7 417 f 4- 17Iackin2 10 167 1 11 083 DR Pr J W Fowler of the City has been elected to deliver an address on the and Conduct of General in the States the of the Hon pltal which will meet at St Paul on August 25 Dr Fowler was selected to make tho address because he has vis- Ited in all of the irgo cities of the United States and Is well with In them This speaks we1l for and its Indent The bills being at Park std for A most at that cool and eeort these hot days and nights HH a lyric oprano Is every and forced ip answer Bcortt Diners In the e taurant receive the benefit of the soling Ohio id are loud In belr praise of the service i Annual Reunion and Picnic BY ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS T PHOENIX HILL t JULY 21 Special1 program of Irish and 10 Notice to VotersV 18thSbetween hours of oclockmidnight enable those entitled register who register Primary Election August register except following reasons Necessarily absent from City Louisville andunable attend place registration Was unable attend the place registration account sickness member familyI I t Moved Precinct since registration Have become since election become before Noverri election P S RAY Clerk Jefferson County Court Ky j Louisville 1914Ed Kentucky American dispute answering question McCreary nominated primary November August ocratlcI McDermott Governor Kentucky December 3LeIconstitution McCreary Congress Governor Republicans seatI washIIngtonMCDermott automatically Kentucky constitution Kentucky whenever Governor thatI discharge Lieutenant Governor LEAGUE Catholic afternoon Olympics Champions continued Champions pulling Innings Imperials coming riumphed Shamrocks struggle schedule Olympics Champions Shamrocks Imperials standing Pt- hampions11 91- 7Olymptcsl0 8- 33Iruins8Shamrocks Trinity nights Columbus r SELECT FOWLER Superintendent Hospital Scientific Economical Humane Municipal Hospitals Southern before convention American Superintendents Association municipal hospitals acquainted conditions recognition Louisville Superln RIVERVnCW excellent singing resented Rlvervlew eeponslbje remarkable ttendance pouter Frances Carleton greeted evening numerous Rlyervlew r sea flpotlewi Ki- teheoandltll GIVEN 4 PARK TUESDAY 1914 music dances Tickets Cents No More AJtackil 5 Mandan N Dak Jan 13 I feel obliged to express thanks for the good etrect which Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic had on our daughter after she was treated by physicians 4 years and declared incurable but after she took onehalf bottle only of the Tonic the attacks disappeared and no more symp toms Blncot besides she feels better than before we are DO very glad of such good results that we lope God will bless the Tonic for the future benefit of others who may need it Mrs Rev H Dieter Mrs Ida Damon of West Upton Mass says that she took Pastor KoenlEs Nerve Tonic because she did not sleep well since about a year but then she slept all right and feels better than for a long Ume Mrs M Winkler of Kenterville Idaho gave the Tonic to a yearold girl which had also St Vitus Dance and since then It quite well and healthy FREEA Valuable Book on Ner Diseases ud Sample to lay ddreu Poor pa also set the medicine tree Prepared by REV FATHER KOENIO of Fort Wayne lad slags 1876 and now br the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 62 W Wee Sweet atar Dearborn Sold br Dra gist at SI per bottle 6 for S5- Larte BUe175i 6 Bottle tor S9 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Jlooney July 19 1906 Opening of first lay unens retreat In America In chapel of Mission House of the Fathers of the Divine Word at Techny Ill with seventeen re treatants Sacred Heart Retreat ants League organized the next year July 20 1720Death of Charles Carroll grandfather of Charles Carroll of Carrollton who ar rived in Maryland from Ireland In October 1688 as Attorney Gen eral of the Province and agent of Lord Baltimore- July 21 1853 Orphan Asylum of the Holy Family at Auburn N Y Incorporated July 22 1821 James C Madigan born In Damarlecotta Maine most conspicuous Catholic and most eloquent and eminent law yer of his time in New England appointed by Gov Dingley in 1875 on commission to revise State constitution died at Houlton iMaJne October 16 1879 July 24 1900 The Most Rev John J Keane formerly Bishop of Richmond and first Rector of the Catholic University appointed second Archbishop of Dubuque bornat iBallyshannon Ireland ordained July 2 1866 conse crated August 25 1878 July 25 1845 Consecration of the Right Rev Francis Norbert Blanchet as Bishop of Oregon City apostle of Oregon and first Archbishop ot the l orthweet indefatigable missionary said mass on summit of Rockies 3 a m November 26 1878 resigned fa 1880 died June 18 In his eighty eighth year Copyrighted NARROW BSOA1 B Miss Frances Greene the fifteen rearold daughter pf James Greene the furniture dealer had a narrow escape from the dangerous automobile last Friday Miss Greene was driving her pony ajid cart and at Johnson and Main they were run Into by aa automobile of the George Fetter Company She was thrown Into the street and the cart demoll ished The girl was remqved to her home 2007 Xjftterle avenue where her Injuries though not serious were eared for HOSPITAL BENEFIT Monday night there was a largel attended and enthusiastic meetlns of the Executive Committee arrang lag for the midsummer festival and lawn fete for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital which will take place on the hospital grounds on Monday and Tuesday July 27 and 28 Nearly every par ish was represented and the report point to the largest outdo orfestival of the year On the grounds wil be all kinds of amusements countr stores handsome booths and rotaries and excellent meals beginning at an early hour and continuing until all are served The noble work of the Sisters of Charity in our midst certainly must appeal to the heart of every man and their strug gle to meet the heavy debt upon their institution renders It necessar that some special effort be put forth by their friends to assist them Tin Sisters themselves are doing mud of the preliminary work and it Is therefore hoped all will lend ia helping hand and lighten their bur den There will be another meeting of the Executive Committee at the hospital Monday night and it Is particularly desirous that all who can be present DOUBLE HEADER TOMORROW Joe Cantlllons Minneapolis tears will be here tomorrow to meet Louisville In a double header fol lowed by single games Monday md Tuesday after which the Colonels leave for a trip through the four Western towns not returning home until August 8 Owner Wathen hat greatly strengthened the lineup bj the purchase of Midkiff and Dan leIs the former batting 357 for fortyone games in the International League last season and fielding 893 while Daniels batted 241 and fielded 959 for the same number of games In that league these two be ing sure to add to the aggressiveness of the team on the coming road trip There is no question of the loyalty of the fans during the present home stay of the club the week day attendance being remarkable and the fans never giving up until the last man was out There is only one criticism In regards to the con duct of the games at Eclipse Park and that is the great latitude allowed the piker betters who frequent the neighborhood of third base to the great annoyance of many spectators and the management should put forth every effort to stamp out this nuisance the betting In many In stances being made by shoestring gamblers looking for cheap no toriety i v SPECIAL REGISTRATION Today In the County Clerks office there will be a special registra tion when those who were absent from the city 111 and unable to at tend or unable to attend on account of illness In their family and did not register last year may have their names placed on the books and be entitled to vote In the primary on August 1 Those who moved Into the precinct since the last registra tion and any who have become of age since last eelctlon or will be come of age before the November election may also register The County Clerks office will be open for this purpose from 6 oclock in the morning until 12 at night BIG FISH FRY The Passlonlst fathers and the people of St Agnes congregation are arranging something out of the ordinary for the entertainment or their friends and it is expected large crowds will attend They have- secpredIhoenlx Hill Park for Mon day August 3 when they will give an allday iish fry and picnic thee first of lia kind here this season and one that all will enjoy n n r 144 11111I t Sill 1+++011 IH1111 SS II S IIIII a II st HERMAN STRAUS ti sons g TOURTH AVCNUe avCOavaa TCO MARKET STREET EMBROIDERYFOR CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 AlloVer About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncings plaucn 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 now They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmation dresses waists and costumes Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard 19cDainty Baby Flouncing handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 iinches wide Worth 1 to 150 for 59c per yard Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing 37 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss Flouncing floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover Embroidery in neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates c 1111111 It II U II S IIIIH I II 11 JoIII I II U II liege Phone ijJj ALL 60 Surety Coupons I 1 This week with one poundof our New Blend Tea at soy IINew Blend makes most refreshing Ice Tea Order it today JOHN M MULLOY Old W AIAKICBT IBTJEtEMBT NfJJtfr I e O For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I JAMES GREENEt 425 427 and 429 East Market Street to I Central Coal and Iron Co INCORPORATED 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING COAL I Render Jellico Smokeless Anthracite t eNNANeN1 GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market NONN NeNNltfO HAY FEVERDoctors say take a trip We say Take iESELIA and ROSELIA They Cost Little But They Cure Hay Fevar NONE CCMUINE WITHOUT THIS SlOUATURt FOR SALE BY Ii f FIRST CLASS DRUGGlSTSi leselia Fever Remedies Co i I LQUISVILIm INCORPORATED KENTUCKY i iIAWNINCiS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent Ye do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kcntijcky Tentand Awning Co BOTH PHONOSZ427 120 N THIRD ST I i