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I must in an uncertain situation. recognize that the Italian Govorn- ment is giving us some proofs of its good intentions. Our relations are Improved, but conditions are as yet INDIA MOTORCYCI Master of Them CENTURY CYCLE INCORPORATED. 405 West Broadway VOLUME XXXIV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 26 1915. A. Rogers Book Company medal for modern history, Bernard H. Stls; the Krone medal for penmanship, Oscar W. Wagner; for excellence In general studios, Junior year, Raymond W. Block and Paul J Wellenbrink; the J. B. Dillon medal for science, Francis J. De Leull; the Dillon medal for mental philosophy, Joseph E. Aulbnch; the Charles L. Crush medal for ancient history, Chnrles H. Schnatterer; the Very Rev. I, M. J. Rock nfedal for classics, Edward L. Kleler; the William B. Leahy medal for mathematics, junior classes, John F. Kilkenny; the C M. Wiseman medals for excellence, sophomore classes, Thomas N. McLaughlin and Richard F. Lynch; the faculty medals for excellence, freshman classes, Henry J. Wellenbrink and Roy L. Miller; faculty medals for Christian Doctrine, sophoromc classes, Martin W. Kir-wa- n and Robert J. Watson, nnd for tho freshman classes, Gilbert W. Hardesty and John W. Vance. Silver medals were awarded as follows. Christian Doctrine, academy classes, Maurice J. Eblo and Raymond J. Mullaney; for excellence, academy classes, Theodore J. Hubbuch and William B. Kolly; excellence, grammar classes, Joseph T. Dougherty and William P. Manning; preparatory classes, John F. Strat-ma- n and Arthur J. Deldorfer; for merit, Junior classes, Norbert A. Miller, Robert J. Selberz, Raymond J. Rruonnlnghoff, I. Lynch, Thomas Thomas J. Leone and Brennan J. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Charles NOT YET Bcfuses to Condemn i DEMOCRATIC Polities' Stirred By Newman'H "Does Your Holiness Pope Benedict Abhors War Hut take any Initiative to not to our entire satisfaction. expect to promote peace?" To this the Pope replied: "TJie Germans. hour does not seem to me to have come. I should not act save with the fullest knowledge, lest I weaken authority which I hbld of His Interview With the Bcprcs- - the moral which I must employ to God and bring peace again among men. But cntativc of a French I shall seek the opportunity; I snail Paper. seize the first hand outstretched." ANGELA O'imVAX BOWLING. Withdrawal and Edward's Announcement. Itepuhlicaus Working in Democratic Banks to Nominate McChcsney. Nomination of McChcsney Would Mean tho Worst Defeat in The Hour For Peace Has Not A (ivntil wlfo and mother, a Conic and the Future charitable benefactor and a sincere MJ JcWf iBrrSr' I w ' '- -' At-- . LOUJSV1U.E' W&s -- "," ENTueKy. iTHw -- WIJSP r--dl Dark. HE DEPLORES ALL EXCESSES ments of the war, but in the main tjie words of the Pope have to do with peace. The interview began with an allusion by the Pontiff to what the Holy See had done in respect to the war. The Pontiff had addressed a letter In favor of peace to the Catholic world. He had proposed a truce to the belligerents for the Chrlstmastlde. He had endeavored to obtain aa exchange of prisoners unfitted for military service and had had the good fortune to obtain in this respect an appreciable result. His Holiness referred to the letter he had written to Cardinals Lucon and Amette, of Rhelms and Paris, respectively, and to his address on January 22. M. Lataple quotes the Pope as saying: "You desire that I should condemn every crime specifically, but each one of your accusations Is accompanied by a reply on the part of the Germans and I am not able to institute here a continuous discussion, nor can I make investigations at this moment." "Is it necessary to inquire as to whether the neutrality of Belgium has been violated," asked the correspondent. "That was under the pontificate con-sistor- The Paris La Llberto published Monday an Interview with Pope Benedict, signed oy Louis Lataple, a prominent member of the statt", who was sent to Rome for the purpose of ascertaining the Popo's view on the various aspects of the European war. Pope Benedict is quoted as expressing horror at some of the develop- early in the eighteenth century and settling on Cox's creek, a few miles from Bardstown. She was a polneor member of St. Mary Magdalene church and one of Its most earnest workers, taking a special interest In the Altar Society. Until taken sick Mrs. Dowling was an active and leading figure In our Catholic charities and the friend of the orphans. In both St. Thomas and St. Vincent's asylums", by whom she will be sadly her husband she missed. 'Besides Is survived by five daughters, Misses Edith, Rose, Gertrude and Genevieve Dowling and Mrs. Louis iPltt. Mrs. Bowling's gracious manner and simple life were admired by all who knew her. Her home, her children and her religion made her world. Persons from al walks of life came in throngs to pay tribute to her, and the beautiful floral offerings were a sweet expression of the love hen friends held for her. The funeral took place on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at St. Mary Magdalene's, Rev. Father William Gausepohl conducting the solemn obsequies. REMEMBER THE ORPHANS. friend passed awny in the person of beMrs. Angela O'JJryan Dowling, loved wife of Peter J. Dowling, who died at the family home, 133 East Breckinridge street, following a. lingering Illness borne with true Christian fortitude. Blrs. Dowling was a native Kentucklan, her people coming to this State from Maryland ears. SEVERAL JUDGESHIP CONTESTS 8feMEffiWji5 LESS BOLD Knownothings of Long Ago and Their Persecution of Cardinal Bcdlni. COMING EVENTS. Homer Smith. July 5 Fourth of July orphans' picnic on orphanage grounds, Payne and Cavewood. July 13 Moonlight excursion by Hibernian Social Club on steamer Corona. June 29 iMackln Council Social Club moonlight excursion on steamer Everybody and everything will be ready for the Fourth of July celebration and festival to, be held cent Orphan Asylum grounds at Payne and Cavewood avenue on the Crescent Hill car line. Another largely attended and enthusiastic meeting of the General Committee and its workers was held Monday night in the Knights of Columbus hall, wheri It was reported that ioj um KCHcruuB" cwirinuimuns booths will provide a bountiful supply of lovely flowiers, delicious candles and appetizing cream. The dinner table will furnish an excellent evening meal for the thousands who will want to dine out that day and evening, and the grounds will be decorated very attractively and brilliantly illuminated especially for the evening promenadors. This will be the one spot In Louisville where on July 5 friends will be certain of meeting friends, and plenty of them, and all this for a worthy cause to aid the St. Orphan and St. Thomas Asylums. Six thousand tickets have been placed on sale and are being taken in good numbers by Catholics and nonJCatholIcs. Tho parcel post auction sale has attracted wide spread attention, and already have been received from New York, Boston, Philadelphia, MilVln-vent next Monday week on the St. Vin- July 22 Grand picnic for St. Lec'B church, Highland Park., Monday, June 28 Summer fesThough Their Successors Are tival on St. James' school gounds, Less Bold They Are Equally Bardstown road and Edenslde. Vindictive. 9 July Annual lawn fete and festival for Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, on hospital grounds. July 29 Moonlight excursion of Have No Standing or Influence Emerald Hibernian Social Club on Homer Smith. Against Intelligent Public August 11 Picnic of St. Aloyslus Opinion. church at Powee Valley. 28-2- VIOLENT CINCINNATI JrU Illegal acts, for" he concluded hjs J by saying; 'But if in spite OUTBREAK circular of your forbearance, shouldjt come, priests have been taken as hostages In Belgium and In France and shot?" The Pope replied: "I have received from Austrian Bishops the assurance that the Russian army also has taken hostages from among the Catholic priests, and that the Russians on one occasion pushed before them 1,500 Jews, so that they could advance behind this living barrier thus exposed to the bullets The Bishop of of the enemy. Cremona has informed me that the Italians have already taken eighteen Austrian priests as hostages. There are so many excesses that T have Issued an admonition in my encyclical, declaring it is permitted to no person, for whatever motive, to violate Justice." "At least one can protest against the arrest of a Prince of the church," ventured the correspondent. "I shall surprise you: Cardinal Mercler (Archbishop of Mallnes) has never been arrested," replied the Pope. "He can go about his diocese as he pleases. I have received from Gen. Von Bissing, the Governor of Belgium, a lettor assuring me that he would repress hereafter with the utmost energy all acts of violence against churches and against the ministers of God." The Pope then referrod to the sinking of the Lusltanla, and is quoted by the correspondent as saying: "I do not know of a more frightful transaction. What grief to see our generation the prey of such horrors! I have the heart of a father, and this heart has been torn. But what do you think of the blockade which constricts two empires, which condemns to famine millions of innocents? Is that inspired also by feelings entirely humane?" The Pope continued: "I do not Bay that after the war I will not proclaiin a syllabus, recalling and summing up the doctrines of the church on this subject and regulating for the future the rights and duties of belligerents. Then one will find without doubt the formal condemnation ot crimes which will have been committed during the war." It was pointed out to the Pontiff that Prance regretted to see that the Pope had endeavored to prevent Italy from participating in the war, and the question was asked if this was not favoring the plans of German diplomacy. "I recognize clearly that we are neutral," the Pontiff replied. "We have given instructions along this line. We wanted peace, first, because I am the representative of God on earth. God wishes that there bo peace among men. A Pope can want and preach only peace; and, furthermore, because we are in Italy, and we wanted to have this country, which we love, saved the suffering of war," There was a suggestion of tears in the eyes of the Pontiff as he said this. The interviewer then mentioned the effect of the war on the Holy See whether the Pope was tree and whether, under the law of guarantees, HisJKollnes could exercise freely and completely his mission in the world. The Pope replied that there was no need of considering that the interests of the Holy, See had "The been considered, and added state of war jmta.'th e interest in r danger. at the present time theEona renlled.. .. "Is it not known fiyall that ninny . .'dfcitlili By James LL., D. Are we Catholics not making Just a little 'too much of a certain unspeakable publication that is getting thousands of dollars worth of free advertising In our Catholic papers? Personally I have never seen nor have I received through the malls or otherwise a copy of the vile output, but I have soveral good Catholic friends who, noting mention of it In our diocesan papers, have sent and paid for a copy through sheer curiosity to see what It Is like. And aro we not making too much of and giving too much space to certain anti-Cathol- ic m A. RoOTey, rights iiMTOour.rellc3W3itWre are inor then, it will. , l jBou to Prediction was made In these en umns several weeks ago that CqJ mlssloner Newman would not renf for the Democratic! In tho raco nomination for Governor, and thoJ Auditor nredlction also Included if Ilonrv iTtnawnrth nfl a nOSSlbllitV withdrawing his hat out of the' ringl merit, academy This was verified in Mr. Newman Mullaney; for classes, Clarence T. Hubbuch, John case on Thursday by the announce H. Hlldesholra and Bernard J. Camp- monf rr liin withdrawal, ana v grammar classes, John A. tvnnld not be surprising to man) bell; Wente and Eugene J. Dlerson; pre- tn spa Mr. Bosworth follow his lead. paratory classes, George S. Lyon and It has been evident from the be- John B. Holland, and In tho minim irinnlntr nf the camnaicn that the classes, Arthur L. O'Toole nnd David contest for the democratic nomination for Governor was strictly H. Wheatley. Iileut. Gov. McDermott. The 1915 graduates In tho order Stanley and of their class standing follow: John Diplomas Awarded Forty-On- e being the contenders, tho R. Gobs, Joseph L. Wellenbrink, of their personal Graduates of St. Xavler's Francis J. De Leull, John N. Boslor, first two becausenhllltv. while the Troy, John T. Gibbons, fnllnwlner nnd Thomns P. College. entirely on tho Francis J. Ipser, Charles H. Schnat- - latter has depended any sirengtii, ior terer, uernara a. uurasiuri, .iusuiu, State maciuno fanatical platform ot E. Aulbnch, Clctus J. Scharfenberg-er- aided by theby which he and his George M. Hackett, John W. prchlbltlon, Bishop O'D'onnghue Presents hoped to sweep the State, Dant, Thomas J. Nohalty, Hilary B. backers proved a ooomerang,. Scrolls and Awards Medals Matttngly. James D. Dougherty, Wil- but which from all sections of Kcn Klefot, Democrats B. liam J. Butler, John and Prizes. repudiating the attempt Aloyslys A. Schaeffer, Sylvester A. , tucky followers to. the Stengel, Robert W. Hoeflcr, Joseph troduce their buganoo ot proniu E. Smart, Edward J. WHKe, Jonn A, in inn inpmnprn.nR imrLV. ino Annual Alumni Address Deliv- Mclntyre, Louis J, Steuerlo, James publican convention was the flfl B. Mahoney, Oscar W. Wagner, Karl telling blow to the McChesr ered hy County Treasurer E. Ensllnger, Downey J. Carroll, hones when 90 tier cent, of the H, Kleltf Owen T. Sullivan, cites declared themselves in ti Maurice Clines. Frederick A. SundVrhauf, Bernard J ot county unit and opposed to jl Fiho, Charles T. oVjiughlln. James Mbltlon. (This same ratio win J. Mnzzoni, Wllbort jTS&jxoI, Franclu any reason of doubt applies toi XJeorgo ANIMATED ORATOBI cm&TOT X. Huber, Leo M. Coleae sentiment in tne 'Democratic K. Brown. Josenh P. Mur'phSBtefhur on the Honor Question. w m. Hnragan L. Now that the nominatu NOW MEN three-cornere- d, ( I Haly-Beckha- JV f ,U par-co- ls waukee, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other cities. Monday night there will 'be another general meeting, when every Chairman will furnish the Secretary with a list of his or her assistants. President Meehan and Chairman Tarpy expect that all who are Interested in the celebration will attend this meeting, as there will be a number of Im- portant announcements. O'LEARY acquitted. . one of the deFrank fendants in tho Black ensp nt Mar shall, Texas, was acquitted Monday, tiie to state Having refused prosecute, "but O'Leary insisted on a trial bv iurv to nrpvpnf nnv nnaalhln slurs on his reputation. This being uone, mo jury returned a verdict or not guilty. Black was tho fakir l08lng as an although there is a $500 reward for any of the Menaco crew and its A. .P. A. followers to even prove that ho or any of hla family .were Catholics, yet Black continually delivered filthy lectures Insulting to priests and nuns, and distributed handbills containing the bogus oath of the K. of C, and referring to the Catholic church as "The Beast." During his travels he was accompanied By a Miss Sadie iBlack, whom ho had adopted, and previous to her adoption was known as Sadie Allison, having been committed to the House of the. Good Shepherd at Liittle Rock, Ark. Another companion of Black was 'Clarence Hall, a fcunman and bodyguard, who shot and killed John 'Rogers, but for some mysterious reason was never indicted. OiLeary, st, CONDITION EUPROVINO. Henry C. Hoertz, son of Senator Jacob Hoertz, is .rapidly recovering from the operation he underwent at St. Joseph's Infirmary. The last report was that he would soon be able to return to his duties in the office department of the Louisville Varnish Company. ex-Sta- te MACKTN'S MOONLIGHT. The Wackln Social Club will give the next of their series of moonlight excursions on the steamer Homer Smith next Tuesday,, evening and,,a tare crowd is expected to attend. A good dancing programme is being &kt krranged. ,JM organizations that are simply buttin'g their heads against a stono wall. Why they are mild and harmless as sucking doves compared with their forbears and progenitors, the Native Americans and the who ae now practically extinct, and having lived their brief day of vituperation and outrage against the church and every thing Catholic, have died the death such organizations, offensive even to decent Protestants, must die. Tho recent abortive attempt of orone of our modern ganizations to prevent tho celebration of the annual field mass in New York Nayv Yard on (Memorial Sunday and the intangible influence they exerted on the authorities. State and striking contrast national, present to the open and successful atagonl&m of the Knownothlngs of old and the awe they inspired among Catholics as well as public officials while perpetrating their lawless acts. In tho days referred to the were in the heyday of their power and their political, civil and social reached (LegiInfluence slatures, Governors and Mayors to such an extent that they worked their sweet will against the church with an impunity and a bravado that would he simply Impossible today, and against which our Protestant fellow YOUNG LIFE ENDED. citizens would be among the first to protest. What would these Protestant The passing from this life of fellow citizens of ours and the Joseph R. ICeyer, son of Mr. and American public think and what Mrs. William F. Keyer, 903 South would they do if a distinguished Floyd street, removes from the visitor to our shores were subjected midst of a large circle of friends one today to tho treatment extended, for who had 'become endeared to many to Archbishop Cajetan by his friendly Instance, disposition and Bedlnl, Apostolic Nuncio to Brazil, maniy character, was lueceased when as a representative of the Holy twenty years old, and until stricken Father he arrived in New York on four weeks ago his future was June 30, 1853? During his stay in bright with promise. To the bethe country of more than half a year reaved parents and brothers and he was subjected to the grossest In- sisters deep sympathy Is offered, sult and continuous prosecution and with the prayer that the great loss was even threatened with assassina- that they are called upon to sustain tion in the city of New York. has given eternal rest to the beloved Gavassl, a renegade monk, followed son and brother. The funeral was him from city to city delivering ad- hold Thursday morning from St. dresses of the standard Knownoth-in- g Mary Magdalene church. Father type to inflame his hearers Gausepohl celebrating the solemn against the church and to provoke tequlem mass. them to acts of violence. There was nothing secret about the methods of ASSIGNS NEW TOIBSTS. the Knownothlngsj they had the The Rev, Albert J. Thompson, re public authorities intimidated and cently ordained by the Right Rev. they held their meetings in New Bishop O'Donaghue, and who sang York in the public squared and on nis nrat mass at St. Coluraba's the City Hall steps. church, has been appointed assistant They got so bold that the sturdy to the Rev. Father Haesley at St Archbishop of New York warned his Jerome's church, Fancy Farm, in people to be "careful to avoid even Graves county. The Rev, "F1. J. the appearance of offence in meas- - 'ivmnnv wnn waa a:ot rAnanr v ar. urea that might lead, to a collialon.'M dalned, lias been assigned to atrWlll- Hut be by no means couuaelled a1 Urn's church at Knottsrilie. Darieaa ' cowardly aubmiwion to Intuit of1 county. Know-nothing- s, anti-Cathol- ic Know-nothin- gs peace-lovin- g, citizenship witn wiilcljou vested, 'by a noble defense of your property, as the same is declared by the laws of your country." The most violent outbreak occurred in Cincinnati. On Christmas day of 1853 Archbishop Bedlnl was tho guest of Archbishop Purcell and officiated at the Cathedral. "That night," to quote the New York Herald of December 30, 1853, "the mob, 600 strong, planned an attack on the Cnthedral and anmed with clubs, knives, swords and pistols marched towards the residence where the Archbishop was staying, some with torches to set fire to tho Cathedral and with ropes with which to hang the Nuncio." The police, however, had been warned of the contemplated attack and they broke up the procession and arrested fifty of the rioters. But so powerful was the Knownothlng political Influence that the prisoners were let pff and the police who did their duty were reprimanded and discharged from the force. g The license permitted the mobs throughout the country kept alive the agitation In New York to such a pitch that when Archbishop Bedlnl was preparing to take his departure, by the advice of the city authorities, who feared a riot and their own ability to prevent it, he kept in retirement and boarded his steamer on which he sailed from the "land of tho free and the homo of the brave" from a privately hired tug boat which took him to the vessel off Staten Island. Would any one deem it within the bounds of possibility today for any organization to successfully attempt any such proceedings? They have no infuence and no standing against an intelligent public opinion. Then why dignify the atom oy magnifying It? They are only making a little noise. Vox et pretera nihil. Know-nothinanti-Cathol- ic anti-Cathol- ic law-abidi- ng " efucleiwy In special branches of IJuesdny evening St. Xavler's Col- for distributed among lege completed Its two days' com- class work wore college Wednesday mencement exercises, when diplomas the boys nt the were awarded to forty-on- e young morning. men, the largest class in the history CAMPBELL, e OVEKSTKUET of more than half a century of that now famed Kentucky educational e Methodist The Institution. The exercises were held church was Wednesday evening the in the college auditorium on East scene of a brilliant weddlnn, wh n Broadway, which was filled with Nell Miller Overstreet, the relatives and friends of those about Miss Mrs. charming daughter of Mr. to enter upon life's activities and the YV. iH. 'Hill, was married and Roy to 500 pupils now being educated by Clifford Campbell, who is well the Xavarlan Brothers, who are un- known and popular In local business surpassed as teachers. Brother circles. The church was thronged James, Director of the college, pre- with friends and relatives when the sided at the exercises and the pro- organ pealed forth the wedding gramme was one of exceptional march. Miss Overstreet was led, to merit. Right Rev. Bishop O'Don- the chancel by 'Bront C. Overstreet, aghue honored tho occasion with his her brother, where the groom and presence, as did also the pastors of his best man, 'William J. Daly, nearly all the Catholic churches in awaited them. The ushers were the city. The graduates were ar- Messrs. Louis Kleffer, Woolsey ranged In tiers and the artistically Caye, J. J. Klmbel and John J. decoratod and illuminated stage pre- Flchtner. The bride was charming sented' an animated and beautiful in a robe of duchess satin, trimmed scene. in lace and seed pearls. The bodice Great Interest centered In the ora- was of the chatellne type with torical contest, In which five mem- puffed sleeves and bebe yoke of bers of the graduating class com- French net. The short skirt was peted for the gold medal offered by festooned with orange blossoms, Frank A. Geber, an alumnus of the with an overdress of lace. Immecollege Each speaker acquitted him- diately after the ceremony Mr. and self well, but the Judges, Messrs. Mrs. Campbell left on a trip to the Eugene J. Cooney, Seb. O. Hubbuch North. and Louis F. Stcurle, finally awardLEXINGTON. ed the prize to Francis J. De Leull, who had for his subject, "A Noble Mrs. Genevieve Morgan Mulligan, Twain." The winner spoke of Lee's surrender to Grant nt Appomatox the wlfo of Judge James H. Mulliand said it was this net which united gan,, one of tho most prominent the North and South. John R. Goss citizens of Lexington, and who was was valedictorian of the class nnd herself widely known in society cirwo the laBt speaker in tho oratorical cles of Central Kentucky and In test. For having attained the Louisville and other neighboring est averagd in daily recitations cities, died Monday night at St. Joexaminations he won the Frank seph's Hospital after a long and painfenne gold medal. The Alumni ful illness. It had been known fcr Association gold medal for the best soveral months that Mrs. Mulligan average In the examinations went to could not recover, nnd though her J. Lawrence Wellenbrink, who fin- death was not unexpected, the sad ished second in the class, and was news was everywhere received with She was the commencement salutatorlan. feelings of deep regret. speakers and their topics were before marriage Miss Genevieve Mor Other "Ignis Ardens," by Charles W. gan Williams, a native of Nashville, Schnatterer; "A Noble Twain," Tenn., a relative of Gen. John H. Francis J. DeLeull; "America's Hall Morgan, the famous Confederate of Fame" and "Shall Justice Tri- commander, and was for many years prominent in U. D. C. circles. She Is umph?" J. Thomas Gibbons. Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue, survived by her husband, two daughwho presented the scrolls and award- ters, Misses Kathleen and Marion, ed thlrty-sl- x medals and prizes for and two spns, Dennis and Willoughby was a Mrs. Mulligan excellence, expressed pleasure at the Mulligan. of remarkable personal large attendance at the exercises and woman the interest shown in the work of beauty as well as Intellectualofcharm, Lexthe students. He commendod the and was one of the leaders Xaverian Brothers for their educa- ington society until she was stricken tional work in Louisville and point- with illness. ed to the large class as an indication INVITATION ACCEPTED. of the Increase of Catholic education. The annual alumni address was Most Rev. John Bouzano, D. D., delivered by Thomas D. CUnes, of the United the class of '99, Treasurer of Jeffer Papal Delegate toinvitations ofStateB, Archson county. He spoke to the grad has accepted tho Bishop nates in his usual happy manner, at bishop Christie. Knights O'Dea and of the same time making suggestions Seattle Council,the convention Columof the bus, to attend that won the approval of the entire Supreme Council of the Knights, audience. 3. The large gold medal donated an which will open In Seattle August nually as the Rev. Dr. D. J. Flynn HIBERNIAN MOONLIGHT. memorial medal for proficiency in mathematics was won by the class Hibernian Social The' "Bmerald valedictorian. Other gold medals Club has secured the Homer Smith awarded follow; Medals of the Pro- tor a moonlight excursion to be vincial, the Rev, Brother Isidore, for elven Thursday eveninar. July 39. Christian Doctrine: John M. Rosier,' and Xi. i." ftfeany, James JMcTighe Charles J: Griffin and Victor G. Hoff- and Thomas Varrell have 'bien man. For first year German stu- selected as the Committee of dents, Richard L. 'Schuhmann; the ran gemap ti Fourth-avenu- JHHb fTfiWlHll SWoTT liublicau ticket Is assure!! ers of that party have tuT attention to the contest In cratlc circles, and it Is rur that In cases where tnero Ms nc registration and the voter can vote as he pleases In the primary ian attemnt will be made to have Republi can voters vote a Democratic ballot for McChesney, thereby assuring anl easy candidate for them to defeat lr This sounds plausible November. enough and it behooves Democrat to be on their guard to see that Mil candidate does get enough votes to cut any flpj In tho raco. Th'e very fact that the. vote Is divided between Mc and Stanley, and still Mc not being conceded to have even by some of the closes of the machine, Is evldenci that the 'Republican contl true, and that if by any obtained the Democratic tlon the ticket would bo tho most overwhelming years. There are thou! Democratic voters, especial cities, who follow tho fol tho Democratic party who hesitate a minute to vote thd publican ticket from top to in preference to support! Democrat waving the flag ofJ cat proniouion, James P. 'Edwards ail candidacy for tho Demo inatlon for iLleutenant Thursday and has a Staten tation as a Democratic speaker. In addition hel contestant for this same nonl four years ago and prol formidable candidate. W. A: Is another strong contender fo nomination, hailing from Br county, in which district' he if of the leaders of the Demc party. Haly-Beckha- m pleased with the progress' campaign and his friends ant palgn managers assert tha business element through State are bringing strong to bear in his behalf, the U commercial organizations' that bis nomination and J means the greater advancer the State. In the local races Juds Quarles is receiving stroul from his fellow associate bar and his friends jiredM while the friends of his opponent, are ale Charles T, iRay and Welssinger are both active campaign or CJ Judge, while the Judge of the CrlnilnJ seems to be' going bl want ot an active cltj legislative races thH contests, Thomas "BJlly" Kuh, wif ganlzation suppc while there are. after the seat of J resentatiye frp district. In the .Magisterial vao late Squire the appoint dates being John O'Bri, tioned by In the soutl iLleut. Gov. McDermott 11 Q a tfD t i run T'UGKY IRISH AMERICAN. g E?'rTjroaanr ixiscex rX830C(C83aQaseSMMaC8M ajveeioaj- - SQGIETY. I As the G. A. R. encampment will just be ended, It id planned to have tho ernment to hold the services there. FONTAINE FERRY "TUB TARK BKAUTirUI." CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS : seats along the avenue for the Many Added Attractions! PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. parade. Amusements Galore! ot Irish Aaefkaaa lad Cataellci td ta tae Seclal sad Meral Advaaceawawst Miss Irene Parker "Is visiting Miss New Restaurant. . Free Band Concerts. Hibernians, Young Men's Officially Iodoretd by Ancleat Order ol Iluth Krau'sc at Clarksvllle, Tenn. Dancing KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. Institute ana uamoac tuugnu ui jhubiicb. Mary Scaunell has returned Miss High Class Vaudeville. NTUOKY IWISH AMERICAN PH1NTINQ CO., Incorporated, Pulllthen from a visit with Miss Julia Polin at Largest and Most Sanitary Swimming SINQLE COPY gc Springfield. I8SCR1PTI0N PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Late News That Will Interest Pool in the South. Members Here and flattf. Reserved seats on sale at T P Taylor Miss Margaret Newman hns been BnUr.d t tt LeajrrHM PoUjHte a 8jn-Cl- t Drug Co. No. 3, Fotirth near Walnut. (totwi St. visiting her sister, Mrs. Jerry Brls-laAMERICAN, Wwt t MKtWXg HUSH UitM all CaamBalutlcBi n, voterans leave their grandstands and FIRST RUN FILMS OUR HOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville, Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. In Frankfort. TyAMsffagyjCQUMCJLil J. Gleeson was among Louisville men in New York week on business. D. ' The Kansas Sta'te convention Inst opens today at. St. .Mary's. Thlrty-fiv- o candidates received the three degrees last Sunday at limited to the SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP MOONLIGHT EXCURSION GIVEN BY LOUISVILLB, KY I I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kaelln visited SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915. In Tell City last week, tho guests of Ellinwood, Kas. a retreat Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Louis Troll. traders. Certanlly Great Britain's HOW ABOUT IT? Miss Margaret Mnlone hns been nttitudo toward this country, in the spending a week at Springfield, visit,tn nnmlne reDresentatives to the trying times of Its past history, has ing Miss Margaret Bunnell. celebration for Inde- not been such as to warrant special patriotic Registered In New York City this day alayor Buschemeyer favors now. pendence weok wero Mr. and Mrs, J. H. every race and Its derecognized and A. J. Ohligschlager. The Catholics throughout the country scendants but the Irish. Is emblem of the Ancient Order of are pleased to learn that Archbishop Miss Mary Virginia Campbell Hibernians Is the Irish and American Qulgley, of Chicago, is on the road vlstlng in Bardstown, where she Is flags entwined and a representative to recovery from the illness with the guest of Mrs. Margaret Litsey. of that order should have been which ho was stricken while in Miss Anna McBride is home from recognized. and which for a time Madison, Ind., where she was the i Washington gave cause for alarm, ilt will be guest of her uncle, "W. J. McBride. THE HEST WAY. necessary, however, for nils Oraco Mrs Katie Fitzgerald and chilto throw much of his work on The best way to combat dren, of New Albany, have returned bigotry is not by nugry contro- - younger shoulders If he wishes to from a visit to relntlves at nr versy, but by quiet eniignummem on lAAtt ci. d"j " r Mti,olnlnMn y'jon.uo and practices. In Catholic doctrj-neCountess Spottiswood Mackin, of Tho Catholic Educational Associadirect methods are often the most tion will open Its national convention Paris, France, arrived hero Mondny lectivo. Spread Catholic literature a short visit to Mrs. Charles G. next Monday Minn. Men for tt neressarlly the controversial prominent in nt St. Paul, circles all Thlxton. educational kind and give good example. At the over Miss Selma Welch, of Taylorsvllle, the country will tako part In the same time bo prepared to meet preju proceedings visit and the papers and dis- is here for a two weeks' Mary with and dice with firmness. Softheartedness cussions nro certain to attract wldo her cousins, Misses Anastasla Welch. is worse than wasted on conscious attention. who may When malicious wrong Miss Bess Riley, of Jeffersonvllle, desire to familiarize themselves with done insist on punishment to the with Mrs. Catholic ideals in education have spent the week-en- d limit. Sylvester Ford at her home, 1308 been invited to the meetings. South Sixth street. Ohllg-schlag- er .1 members will open nt 6t. Mary's, Kas., and continue until the close ot lUU MILES FOR 50 CENTS -- ICft IJw Mackin Council, No. 205, Y. M. I. ON THE NEW STEAMER HOMER SMITH On the Elegent Steamers iDenver KnightB will hold an open meeting Tuesday night and launch a campaign to add several hundred members to the order. With tho two councils merged, the Knights of Minneapolis are formulating plans for a big class initiation on Thnnksglvlng day. The Fourth Degree Assembly of Trinidad, Col., has definitely decided thnt tho exemplification will take place there on the Fourth of the State convention. City of Louisville TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1915 Boat leaves foot of Fourth street at 8:15 p. m. City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leave! the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, every Sunday at 9 a m., goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio, where the meets the return boat, arriv log home about 7 p. m ON YOUR VACTION TRIP Whether on a day's outing, on a trip to California, or elsewhere YOU WILL NEED A CAMERA Let us tell you more about it. Inquries cheerfully answered. ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c . "' irti-vl- l 4 Yi Non-Catholi- cs fcvil-doer- s. Another School Board row now Misses Marguerite, Elizabeth and threatens. Superintendent Holland Edna Ryan and Master Clements Cnrdinal Gibbons, President of the rnnnaoD Min ..,,'.. V...V. v nf either Ryan were Sunday guests of Miss v ','V.WV.O .VI nnnnlntmnnt v. Bureau of Catholic Indian missions, DeCoursoy at mgniana rant. Frof. Tinsley or Prof. Chapln as Mary has Issued an urgent appeal to the Principal of Fifth and Court Place. Boys' High School, the Before departing for her home in faithful everywhere for special conOpen Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m and is making a search for an' ioganspori luiBs iioo iuuu, tributions for the upkeep of tho man for tho place. Tho honor guest ai a utuiguiiui piij schools Catholic and Bertha The funeral of Mrs. Ida Fisher Superintendent evidently would be given by Misses Carrie New Albany. during tho coming fiscal year. The Beck at their home In , RIehl, wife of Capt. Val Riehl. of the board, with the actual members . the fire department, was held yes- , Catholic Indian boarding schools of daugh- - terday morning from mere figureheads. Mrs. Frank B. Burke and St. Michael's Oklahoma for tho children of the af ter. Miss Jean Burke, of Jofrerson- - chUrch. Last week iMrs. RIehl was ex- forced to undergo tribes will Choctaw and Chickasaw an operation that Tlin .Tntv ntiiiiher of tho Catholic vllle, departed Saturday for an will tako A largo Htooka of teai en hand, for nnle or be deprived after July 1 of their con- - Hl8torIca, al tended Western trip thnt the expo- - proVed too much for her strength, nevlew pUbll8ne(1 Besides her husband she is survived rest. We do mere and belter work than any rarts Dy reason 01 a recent, uecimun Washington, will contain many items them to San Francisco and by six sonB, Edward, Clarence, FOR BOYS AND GIRLS one here. Orders by mull promptly attended he Controller of the Treasury, of Interest relating to the history of sltion. j Charles, Harry, Griffith and Tyson 111 entails an annual Iosb of more to. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Victor J. Rlehl, and four grandchildren. ,Mlss Eva J. Walter and the Catholic church in the United Girls' and Children's a with $25,000. These institutions arestates contrIbuted by tUJs country's Ecker will be married His friends and the community nuptial mass at St. Martin's church Shoes and Slippers ..I fruit of years of sacrlfico and do ablest writers. KENTUCKY AWNl 60. Thi3 publication morning at 8 o'clock, shocked when and they nre accompltsh- - should be given a warm welcome in next Tuesday Ohle performing the Were Patrick Mulloy,It 'became knownthat Rev. Fatter aide to Asslst1S20 1ST. noble and necessary work, every Christian b6me. ceremony. av ant Fire Chief Carroll and a well f 'known rnnmlipi nt Ha innlnnf nnlnr would be a crime to discon- Jt t- Ity,, aiuTMlssi Hibernians, had died suddenly John and up to $4.00. them. The Cnrdinal calls upon There lsjL.Surfelt of hot nlr patri- - Mollie Relter,'Ar oetnsomane, wnose Wednesday night at his home, t filar, solemnized Ihst week Lytic 1831 Iho can to send contributions to Boys' Shoes in All Kinds the hot air patriots and maVringo was 5 lamid ?tjf et. Surviving him are t kVm H. Ketchnm, 132C Now th nlr nnlrlntlim two children, for whom ""-.:.., i mil Haam .... ,.Uw..u.u... nro wD... 1 Mnur Hnnn !1Iji nil a. hriflal j trlD tO Ma f0it pfLeatbjfe. Jiuo, N. v.. wastimgioi YmA the AmArlcadPBk Francisco. 'Uiiey wjh maKo ineir nll funeral taTWs nlace this mornlne T lome In Louisville. stomach. from St. Patrick's church. mi., nfortr n Tfldi'n nnil Albert J. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. KNGhAXD OUU ENEMY. predict that Robert Lansing Hemnan win' be married with a We The death of Mrs. Kate A. Corrl- and up to $4 00. ThA followlne is an extract from will make an nble and safe Secretary nuptial high onass next Tuesuay gan, wife of Dr. Frank E. Corrlgan, State, ever faithful to the duties morning at 9 o'clock nt St. Brlgld 501 East Broadway, removes from Wc have a complete line m nrilcle by Thomas F. Logan in church, Rev. Father Jansen per- her Immediate family and from the of his high office ceremony. jeslle'B Weekly and contains some forming the community In which her life had in White Canvas, White been spent one who was in every IpertlneM facts, which are true, but BOTH PHONES 810. Buck and in Patent GRANDPA CURLEY. and sense n typical Catholic. garden party A delightful Mrs. Cor ire nevftr allowed to creep Into tho dance was given on Friday evening rlgan leaves besides her husband press, holumnsof our The Stork in Its travels last week of last week by Mrs. Thomas D. two daughters, Mrs. Ruth of Buffalo, N. Y., and Miss ivnicn is supporting joun uuu ngni alighted nt the home of Mr. and Cllnes, Audubon 'Park, In honor of Mrs. Leo .Murphy, Central City, and her sister, Miss Margaret Hlggins, a Cora Corrlgan, and two sisters, Mrs. Ir wrong; a graduate of the Girls' High School. C. B. Scott and iMrs.P. A. Harvey, Great Britain has been drawing Tho ,Ittlo lady( upon whom tne name both of this city. The funeral took Lyily upon American sentiment in ot Mary Tjeo has beon 'bestowed, was place Tuesday morning from St. Two most pleasant 1 Fourth Avsnuo Lilq and nence. American . cot- - christened last Sunday, the sponsors events of last week wero the theator John's church and was largely ?8VaParon"'1 Engineer and dinner party at Fontaine Ferry cTwere forced down by ??,? rnr1nir Park and tho and linen ritain nt the beginning of or We8t Broadway. The proud shower given byreception C. Williams, Mrs. L. Announcement THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE the death of onabling British spinners i grandfather, who loves all women, both In honor of Miss Margaret John J. Burke lastof Sunday afterI they Wanted at six or six married and single, says little Miss Dallon, a bride of the past week. noon caused profound sorrow among (our Saturday Special; is W1WI mm his wide circle of acquaintances. Ho 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, alt cents a pound. Believ-- 1 ;"" "U,UB 1UBt """ l'OW. Misses Clara and Agnes Jacques, was a member of tho police force the most remarkable Flower ho United States would do and had a splendid record as nn of- value obtainable. Elizabeth McRoberts, Angola inn make a feeble protest AWARDED DEGREE and Teresa Buchanan" and ficer. Six weeks before tho deio destruction or ub comOther BOXES DE LUXE J. L. Buckman and C. B. Howerton, ceased was Injured by a fall, which John Harvey Beck, son of Mr. and all of the West End, spent a most developed a complication that hasat $2.00 and $3.00. Scandinavia,' Great Ith Mrs. John D. Beck, West Broadway, Coupons with every pur. Sunday in Simpsonvlllo 3EKCOIVJ3s;. fut off cotton shipment has been honored with tho degree of delightful Mary Howerton and family. tened his death. Surviving him are chase. his widow, Mrs. Mary Burke, 842 Norwegian master of science by his nlma mater, with Mrs. 'Thus Swedish, Climb. Main 200S-- a South Seventh street, and three chilHomo City 290S Place Yoar Orders Friday for Ho Is the first of fnlsh cotton manufacturers Roso Polytechnic. Dr. Halpln O'Reilly announces dren, Frank, John and Mary MarSaturday. Delivery Lble to obtain raw cotton and his class to be so honored. Young the marriage of his daughter, Mary garet Burke. The funeral was held in charge of tho Evelyn OIReilly, to James Rivers Tuesday morning from St. Louis ten forced to shut down their Bock is now chemist fluor-spRoslclaro lead and mines Wright. Tho wedding was sol- Bertrand are at Rosiclare, 111., a concern with ouo emnized by the Rov. (Father Rock a, mourning church, attended by many Iritlsh manufacturers friends, Scandlnavja cotton' of the most modern laboratories in tho Cathedral on Saturday, June nOMEPnONK88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y $ Sine f 73 sixty-fiv- e .. Michael J. Tlerney, ? . formerly made in tho country. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Wright nre now fas THE FLOWERS SHOP AT years old, widely known nnd reat home at 424 Park avenue, Mes. Vigilant action by J- SSO S. FOURTH AVENUE. spected, died Tuesdny night nt his PLEADS ILL llUALTn. States has always been home, 1119 West .Broadway, after in dealing with Great an Illness contracted early last year. SANG FIRST MASS. JOS. F. BOEHLEE The Very Rev. John J. Brown, S. He was born in County Tlpperary, jn account of the masterly J., of Denver, who is a. Bishoti-eleJEWELKK Sunday morning the Rev. Father Ireland, coming to Louisville with fey and foresight of that of the new see of El Pnso. Texas. Is not desirous of accentinK the burden Bartholomew Ohr, O. F. M., ordalnid his parents while a child, and fifty REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY F. In most of the disputes 351 South Shelby Strec !. !.. ,if. in loot wonV hv THohnn. PfiartrnTiil fat years of his life had beon spent in in tins country una England He hns besought the Holy Father to , Oldenburg, Ind., sang his first m$ the employ of the Louisville & NashBetween Madison and Chestnut TJ.1 ! cby ville tRallroad Sam has been outwitted. This release him. It is not known at St. Boniface church, this lafcge ceased was a (Company. The de- Homo Phone, City 9450 man of sterling characwas welcomed by a jtably true in the old "Flfty- - whether or not the Popo will accept where ho loving If he does, it is congregation. Father Ohr woh a boy ter, a practical Catholic, CLEVELAND AGAIN. rty or Fight" controversy, In his reasons. Tirnhnhln thnt nnnthnr Jemilt wilt hfir'of St. Boillfaco parlBh and at tho husband and kind father, and many The Louisville iball club will beStates, after a appointed to tho place, as It Is un-- 1 mass many knelt to receive his sympathize with tho befriends fheUnUed game series with their gin a it fight, surrendered British Tho assistant priests were reaved wife and six children who Jonah four thnt thn Holv Father Is thla club, the Clevelands, having a member of every Father Rufus and Father Patrick, survive. The funeral was held from afternoon, and as usual will have to lia to England. Again British sirous of repre- nnd the sermon was preached by the the Cathedral, attended by friends be en their toes to get an even America order in the United States Funeral Directors and acquaintances from near and Rev. Flavian Larbo, O. F. M. in its hierarchy. break with Jack Knight's aggregajfaty granting certain rights sented far. tion, which to date has beaten the Id in the matter of an Embaimers. niSIIOP FOLF.Y. OOLDRX JUIHLKK. Colonels soven out of twelve games, INVITATION DANCE. liic canal, contrary to the and last season broke even with both AVIDIVWrE BIO Ltho Monroq Doctrine and The congregation of the Im D. The Itlght Rev, Maurice 'P. Foley, Thore will bo ii special invitation of the leaders, Milwaukee and LouisTelastieaa lelfc. D.. Bishop of Tuguegaro, the. ville. But strange to say, this team concessions of maculate Conception church at New- I iHulvalent ''PP1"6 Island arrived last week danco for members and their fam- does not achieve port has prepared for an imposing same success, In order to escape from celebration of the golden Jubileo of in San Francisco, where he is tho ilies at Senning's Park next Monday with Indianapolis, the Hooslers dethe evening, and tickets of admission guest of tho Rev. Josoph P. Irrassment, the United thelrpastor, tho Rev. Father James feating them f if ten out of twenty-thre- e pastor of Sacred Heart are now being issued by Thomas games last year and bid fair Markers and Mausoleums. le another "bargain, which McNerney, which takes place on 'Bishop Joley was formerly Tarpy, Chairman or the Entertainchurch. to eclipse that record this season. justly, being nothing July 4, and In which clergy from of St. Augustine, Fla,, whero he ment Committee. Send for our illustrated designs After playing Cleveland the Louls-vlll- o all parts of tho State will assist. was consecrated December 15, 1910. surrender of the right Father MOfornoy. is more than will go to Indianapolis and prices. team caiwixajj Giimoxs. ilcan ships through the ty-five years of age, having been He Is on a well earned vacation, and Large and new stock to select for a three game series, both returnylll pay a visit to the scenes of his ing to 'Louisville for four games, from all high class work. born In Ireland. He was oducatod free of tolls. former labors In 'Florida. His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons making seven games in a row, the discovered In, the at St. Thomas Seminary, near will celebrate his eighty-firbirth- result of which will pretty noarly de- New Muidoon Monument Co. Bardstown. Here ho finished his It Britain set up a classical course and completed his LAHOEST RKLKJIOUS PARADE. day on Friday, July 23. Baltimore termine the pennant race, as none Catholics are making preparation!) of the other teams seem capable of 625 South Third St. trritory belonging to theological studies at Quebec and The Holy Name Society of Wash- for an elaborate celebration of the stopping the Hoosler rush. The and handled the Baltimore. He was ordained deacon NORTON BUILDING-Nevent. Last week the Cardinal was ington has completed plans obtained a good dal she actutlly la JUne, 1865, by Archbishop Spald- promisee tq be the Jfjgeet for what quite ill and for several days con- latter havesuperior pitching, lead HERRMANN BROS. W. Corner Fourth and Jeffersn religious through oring and in the same year w,a but hi contended dained to the priesthood at 3t. demonatratlon ever ween In the na- fined to his bed, but the last reports mainly through their good fortune IMHftTERS kmpoVtan author- - Mary'P'Cathedral, Covington, by the tional capital. The parade will be were that his condition was much In having no sick or injured players Siva yoar tteys as MaeaUoa that will FINE cWINES AND LIQUORS. held early in October, when more improved and hla recovery assured. as a handicap. With a better run of prepara tbem for Ufa. had no right Right Rev. Jeorge A. Carrell, first persons, Including, high weather and good attendances to see His of Covington Distillers and Wholesale Deal the Civil WaXi Bishopassignment was diocaae. Ann's than 15)000the country and dignitarSKKKS TUB FAITH. officials of to St. the Hooslers here and at Indianfirst ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ers ia Pinett' Barads of Kenout liii Great church, Week Covington, and other ies of the church, will take part. The u apolis the Louisville club finances tucky WblsVlw, especially. IIS W. BrcaAwayt omlvllI, Xjr, In the beginning of the nineteenth are expected to be benefited, and the jerican com- - churches of which ha was pastor start will be from the Capitol Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brother. (fl of the were at Ashland, White Sulphur, grounds, and the procession will ao century JMproi were onlyj(120,000 tans are pulling lor this result beClassical, seinuao asa mumi by' game spirit shown by of avenue to Cathollcs'lii England: at Talmouth, Oowm, Preparatory DepartatMt, Larx feed to put Brooksville, coming to Parts and the way of Pennsylvania permission lit there were J, 180. 000, the end the cause of the BOTTLKDIN BOND. Owner Wathen during his run' of ,4 and Fiviretue, Newport Monument grounds, Swlautlajr FooL Walt oraMMu &f ' British M4X.SttTSTn tea, Tarats XeetawU. iiubJaaiM, IMr, 14J. having been seuredtfrom tbe Gov- - number la lnrreaa ng every year. abflcsr forty year ago. lard luck. . HELP THIOL ( ( out-of-to- ..,van ( July. There was an Interesting initia- PHOENIX HILL PARK tion at Armourdale, Kas., when the three degrees wero conferred. Tho Open For the Season. work of the day concluded with a fine banquet. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR To raise funds for their Seattle trip the K. of C. band of Oklahoma City are giving popular street dances and lawn Boclals at the homes of prominent citizens.The Knights of Vallejo, Cal., gavb a banquet in honor of the Dominican fathers, Rev. C. V. iLamu and Rev. S J. D. O'Brien, that was a fitting This beautiful Fark has been greatly tribute to tho two worthy priests. improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout. Societies aed RECENT DEATHS. parties should consult the management of Phoenix 4111 before closing contract!. ra( HARRY DECKER, James W. Scott, husband of Mrs. Assistant Manager Ellen Gosney Scott, succumbed to dropsy Wednesday morning at his home, 109 Spring street. He was an engineer on the L. and N. and was well liked by all who knew him. The funeral was held vestar- day morning from the Church of the Blessed sacrament, Father O'Sulli- AND ml ceiebratlng the requiem mass CAMERAS FROM $2.00 UPWARDS. 321 VCORPOftATfD WEST S X JEFFERSON I Picnicc, ;5Sgssgg; tan - Socials, Outings, The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time whea yor"LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollar you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. 1 Ky. Title Savings Bank First Communion Confirmation and Trust Co. Choetaw-Chlckasa- w SHOES $1.25 mm&&wmmmWsm?m AWNINGS AND TENTS 1 j -- f J Botlx Pliones S4S7 II 1THIRD ST. Embalmer , fffftffffffflfffl -.- Hop-In.- ' .,,. -, t- Ifso I Funeral Director and I i pro-Engli- Woll-mut- h, 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. &&s&mf 417-4- I l" ST1 DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH and Embaimers ' Reck-teuwa- ld f Funeral Directors BOTH ar JACOB SCHULZ WVVVtAAVkVVVVV I .. J. BAKKtJirS r-- SUINb ct FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. i.it. . V1.?3M i VAVVVVAVVVVVVVVVVVVVAVVV. " bless-.ini-Htn- de-lin- g. MONUMENTS H.B0SSES0N and over-match- ed FQHR seven- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT . st I Pearl of Nelson, Q r, JKEKrOTUOSC RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Distributors 01 XjXSJEX -- dCE CAMPAIGN Tltnt Is Beinyr Carried On For Placing Bible in Public Schools. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT HIB! FANS. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYEI Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Uonte Phone City 5813 ARTHUR A. WILL What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Division 4 SHALE BRICK MADE BY FEDERAL PALLS 1101-0- 3 VULCANIZING CITY VULCANIZING tires Enst Broadway FREE SERVICE Clay Products Co. are the BEST BRICK MADE IN CO. JEFFERSON COUNTY Bldg. Salt's Office: 1010 Inter-SoutCoral RJdgo h. CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS X. F. BOBHWASSSB CO. Home Fhone Shawnee 1751 P. I. BURKS & COMPANY (INCORPORATED.) MANUFACTURKRS Incorporated 933 QEIQEH STREET Modern Player Built in Your Own Piano, Home Phone 1802 and 377 I'iauos and Piano Players Repaired and Tuned. Cumb. Phone Main J77 1000-100- 8 West AValnut. Louisville ASK TOUR BEAXER TQB IT ENGRAVERS 8CI1LICH ENGRAVING. COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ' ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 835 W. Main St., Home Phone City 5674 Of PIANO PLAYERS evening. Divisions 2 and 8 of Syracuse have consolidated. All the late and new Styles' and Shape Every division in tho city is plancan be found here at reasonable price. ning some summer entertainment. Pittsburgh r enterHibernians tained 30,000 people at their Irish day celebrntlon last week. Would Kntall Nothing More Nor One after another the divisions of JiCHK Than Protestant New York City are pledging themTeaching. selves to the reorganization move- will meet Monday The Methods Pursued in Different States 'Throughout Country. BUILDER B GftRPET AND LINOLEUM 2431 Home Street Phone Shawnee 1010 BROS. Montgomery FUNERAL DIRECTORS RATTER3IAN LAYER GERMAN BANK I AUTOMOBILE TIRES LEE Puncture Proof TIDFC 8KLJ Pneumatic 700 W. BROADWAY BAGS. IS MERELY AN ENTERING WEDGE Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, SLICED BACON Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, Ice, etc "All Ready for Your Griddio in the Dried Drain, you may Write for price on anything want In the Sack - Morning" line. HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE I J. . WALKER & Co., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 211 W. Slain Street, Louisville, Ky, (Incorporated.) Long Distance Telephone Connections "SOUTHERN STAR" ITRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Foundry wad Machine Shop. GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Carriage and Wagon Woodwork and Hardware TODD-DONIGAN 800-81- 0 IRON CO., Incorporated W. Main street. CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Biereath rnd Magazine Street. DISTILLERS. Incorporated W. Main Street. Kentucky Weller, Old Barbce, Fay-MuJ, C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Registered Distillery No. 32. Phones Main . SCSS-City 6263. 720-78- JOHN T. BARBEE s, & CO., 0 CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Both Phones Central Concrete & Construction 961 Hamilton Avenue R1TTER-HENNING- S CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Estimates on All Classes of Work Co. CO. 303 W. Main St. Phones: City 135 LOUISVILLE, KY. a AMERICAN BRASS P&ATXXO C. H. Gerrard, Pres. & Qen'l Met. John Hardy. Vtce-PreWORKS AMERICAN IRON WORKS Incorporated Incorporated (44 E. JEPFBRSON Tel. City 7147 BOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Broaie, Brass and Aluminum Cast- General Jobbing Repairs big. Model Making-- and Machine Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. Work. Batli Room Fixture and Stovo Castings Klekel Mated and Polished. Plate Metal Work and Steel Construction. Brass Beds and Jardinieres AUTO REPAIR SHOP All Zlnds of Old Metal Ware Made New. Phones Main 411, East 145, City 8611 JAMES A. McGILL. Scc'y-Trea- s. S34 E. Main St. Louisville, Ky. and Gen'l MgT. s. Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Grain. Manufacturers of Shur- Pleoz Poultry ifcri -Stock Feeds wmmmi4H- and Mill Feed. Hayrraln, Flour Chas. A. Cyphers' Now Buffalo Incubators and Brooders associations and church federations the effort is being made to have the custom established which Would mean in reality tho sanction of the Protestant doctrine of private Interpretation and of the of Catholic tradition as a means of faith. Catholics can not SHOE REPAIRING allow this programme of tho ProtAMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING estant sects to be carried to a successful completion because it will COMPANY nothing more nor less than the 114 West Market Street introduction of Protestant teachings Home Phone, City 6381 onlivlUe, Xy. in the schools which Catholics Old Shoes Mad New. Work Done and will further handicap our walls Ton Walt. people in their efforts to preserve THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. their own ideals, for which they have made so many sacrifices. As much INCORPORATED as wo deplore the woeful deficiency , Distillers Of in moral and religious Instruction in the public schools, a deficiency which OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH has already begun to reap Its in"HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE evitable results, the remedy of the Louisville, Ky. evil can not be accomplished in this CU8 W. Main St. way. BRINTON B. DAVIS Various methods of prosecuting this campaign are pursued in the difARCHITECT ferent parts of the country. In those Fellow American Institute of places where opposition will be mild, Architects the introduction oO the Bible into the Building regular school classes is openly Home City 1449. Cumb. M. 1023 championed. In other communitiees, where more stubborn difficulties are anticipated, it Is merely a portion of HOME KILLED MEATS or In some other MARICET literature Biblical study is toobscure Rogers Church Goods Co. STATE MEAT FAIR way that bo initiated. The effort which is being A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries 129 S. FOURTH AVE. made in the city of Indianapolis is Both Phones an example of the latter. The MinisCall and Glvo Us An Order terial Association of that city and WE SELL FOR CASH the Church Federation of tho. same SOCIETY DIRECTORY. PLUMBING AND HEATING CON city are Indorsing a movement which would grant credits to High TRACTORS School students throughout the W. NEWMAN II. A. 0. H. State of Indiana for work which they Contracting Engineer, Steam and hnd done in Dible study outside of Hot Water Heating and Sunday-schooDIVISION J. school hours In their Sanitary Plumbing and the like. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lieder-kran- z Homo Office: 440 Second Street The committee which has the Hall, Sixth and Walnut. LOUISVILLE, KY. In charge Issued a statement on President Mark Ryan. the subject which was published in Vice President William Cushing. full In theUndlanapolls News of May secretary (Financial Kawaa Rent, Sale or 29. "The committee wishes it to be ninnnv For Exchange. understood, ihe- - ptatement says, Recording P. t ty en-ta- A vigorous campaign to place the Bible In the public schools as n part of the regular curriculum is being carried on at the present time. All over tho country through ministerial ll bup-po- rt 1000-201- 2 Iiitcr-Southc- rn 220 South Eighth St. The 'Hibernians of Bridgeport, Conn., are confident they will secure THEO. WOLF 1,000 members before the end of BAKERY AXD CONFECTIONERY the year. ICE CREAM The three divisions of Manchester, 'X. H., have been welded Home Phone Shawnee 1914 Into one large body of about 800 Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and memibers. Picnics. The Hibernian Social Club feel Twenty-slxt-h and Portland Atcntio encouraged over the sale of their tickets for their moonlight exJOHN B. WATHEN cursion on July 13. FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER Denver 'Hibernians will hold their WAGON OR VAN Fourth of July Fifth celebration at Tolland, in the heart of the Rockies 2525 West Walnut Srcet and 9,000 feet above sea level. PICNIC TARTIBS A SPECIALTY Dave iRellly will test the voice of Home Phone Shawnee 195C every member of Division 4 present at the meeting Monday evening in HENRY SCIIUII preparing to organize his Initiation 1 103 South Sctcnth Street choir. Home Telephone 2147 A movement has been started that may culminate In the purchase of a Choice Staple niwl Fancy Groceries hall for the order in Washington, Meat and Vegetable Market D. Fine Teas and Coffee 1 I I .1 I I. .1 1 1 .1 .J! ily C, whore the membership steadIncreases. Butter a Specialty !x i The Hibernians and Ladies' AuxGEM iliary of Yonkors, N. Y., gave a banquet In honor of (Uev, Ormond LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY Hughes. Just appointed County phaplain by Cardinal Farley. CURTAINS CAREFULLY First Communion Books The Ladles' County iBoard of San LAUNDERED BY HAND Francisco entertained the members of the auxiliaries and divisions nt a Both Phones 308 ROSARIES general meeting, when a right royal time was enjoyed by everybody. SCAPULAR MEDALS WM. ISGKIGG Under the auspices of the County Board a large class was received SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR See oar new book, "How to Get Into the order Monday night at San 1105 Henry Street Ma.ricd." Francisco. The Initiation wnn imi.i in Hibernian iHall, every division in Every Devotional Article here. Homo Phone, Shawnee 13S3-cue city ooing represented. No trouble to hIiow good. Among the missions of fho An. dent Order of Hibernians Is the HODAPP & MILLER ment. Ed H. Ratterman, Manager Kuneral Directors and Embalmers Home Phone Shawnee 484 2014 Greenwood Avenue MOTORCYCLES and ACCESSORIES POPE AND RBADtNG STANDARD $150 to $275 Easy Terms R. L. DAVIS X. K. Comer Seventh anil Broadway SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK n and Market Sts. Fourth and Central Atcnue Lntorest Paid On Time Deposit We Solicit Your Business L. HAMMERSMITH TRANSFER CO. j i J ii riii - i ia NEW ALBANY: Both Phones 17, LOUISVILLE; Both Phones 23J9 SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Devico) Vapor Heating J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 IT. TK1KD Homo Phone 7846 STREET , Cumb. M. I5sf2 TH0S. J. BRODERICK PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City 4392-- J L. 1000 Zaae Street ls af-fn- lr Home Phone 1191 Inculcation or Irish Ideals of happiness. Tho mere pagan Idea of atHollenbach's Wino House Wholesale Manufacturers of taining happiness Is gain of wealth. KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor The Irish people have higher and HARNESS AND STRAP WORK Importer and Dealer In nobler conceptions of happiness. Irish Catholic civilization has alCumb. Phone M. 1004-- A WINES AND LIQUORS ways maintained that popular hap- 110 144 South Third Street South Seventh Street, Loulsvillo piness can alone be sustained upon the domestic life of the family. Good WE BESPECTrUlLT SUBMIT CHARLES WILLMAN women and good men have been the That our dairy products are the emrule in all our history. bodiment of purity Perfect freshment PLUMBER In guaranteed to you on butter, cream BUGABOO PATRIOTISM. and milk. Buy our dairy produets and Home Phone City 1398 compare them with the thoroughly unsatisfactory cold storage variety. There is a lack of serene 1201 West Market Street self-poiAlIMEIT BAN. MILK CO. about much OBAT-VOconfi-denSGalse N BANS zen, oughMo bo CflRtnonnlAiflti patrltoismMaystn"5v2tholIc laree-mVMbst- ttfrent parf9cdemn8trat'on FJfod-natured.' 0llr Cit- - A. L. BAKER GUNN erant, GUILDERS & '" w4ters co (INCORPORATED) R. JEUNESSE Tho Place Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. S SPALDING CO THE OARRELL-ROGER- CO. r ?aa4..MM'iMOO04"W FALL CITY BEER B sociations have indicated their willingness to organize such classes If there Is a demand for them. Pupils should carry through such a course nt home without other Instruction than many homes afford in the parents and tho Biblical helps there IHBSHbBl available." As can easily bo seen, this is merely an entering wedge to tho complete institution of Biblo study as a part of the public school schedule of" study. This Is tho InSSIbHbH " evitable next step, no matter how ' BSSSSHsSSSsH much its champions mny protest their desire to prevent this. Catholic sBssBbssssssisH 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET organizations all over the country TiUjAwj-Ctw- rt., S. 299a. Bmw, City 2399. should he wide awake to this campaign and Us possibilities and should Vigorously protest against any plan of this kind. If the Protestant deA Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of nominations wish Bible instruction given along with the other studies required in life, let them build their own schools and not seek to have their doctrinal Ideas supported out of tho public funds. They have long Extra Pale Lager enough sanctioned a course which Peerless Common hns led to the deplorable educational Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, conditions which we find in this country today and which mean pracand if you have tried the rest get the BEST. tically tho establishment of a near PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. atheism as tho religion of the State. 0. B. of C. V Picnics Both Phones First and Collcgo Streets Incorporated. CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANU FACTORING AND WALL PAPER CLEANING Tolephone City 2357 05350 South Clay Street DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at HiberA further proposal is made as to Portland. nian Home, 1818-182- 0 810 YORK STREET the manner of organization of the President John M. Maloney. could, and "Classes Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Phone South 1753 Louisville, Ky. various classes. we are assured will upon approval Recording Secretary Thomas Sunday-schoobo, organized in various C. F. BENDER Kllleon. desiring to pursue the outFinancial Secretary John J. Hes- JERSEY DAIRY line of Bible study and to prepare for slon, Jr. tho examination. Tho Young Men's Ice Cream Manufacturer Treasurer 'D. J. Dougherty, and Young Women's Christian AsSpecial Prices to Churches and Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale- BUILDING CONTRACTOR ls schools." "The plan proposes that examinations and authorization of credit shall rest In the hands of a 'board of control,' consisting of one school representative of the from each cities of the State using this course of study. The 'outline,' or syllabus, covers the Biblo in four sections, two upon the Old Testament and two upon the New Testament. The passing of the examination upon any two of these four divisions will entitle a pupil to n High School credit. The plan, which is In present and satisfactory use In North Dakotu, seems an .admirable one in every way." prc- son connected with it petitions for the Bible to be taught In the his piow-ppE-a- ny. ftftW Treasurer a Thomas Ki DIVISION 2. Sorgeant-at-Arm- The las Tarpy. Tan. Meets Vice Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. First Wednesday Liederkranz Recording Keaney. Present Secretary Daniel O'Keefe. T. John Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Secretary Edward J. Hel-lon. Thomas Hannan. John P. her. Sentinel Thomas Noone. HPK DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Secretary-Ioh- n Recording J. Barry. Treasurer .Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far-rell. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Jfo Crca7 Manufacturer querulous, puerile, 'sick, hysterical and narrow. One Is inclined to Home rnone bbti think that the nrlvlWn nf nM.i 1101 South Seventh Street and preaching patriotism ought to ue icguiaiou, so mat licenses to M. J. WALLSH1ELD indulge in it can hn rAfticioH in o u'. Of aillllg. blllloilR ImlKlrlnnla !, CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' attempts at defondlng our liberties AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL iiuui me ougaDOOs of their own Home Phone 3117 delirium tromen give wholesome people nalnfiM sonRntinna Cumb. Phone S. 1640 iv i,,. a species of hypochondriac patriot- Seventh and Oak Streets ioiii m press anu pulpit that is dfstressinc: tho cnnnlrv t..ii known Ohio Congregational clergy- iiuii emu Bumo umo ago: 2121 Osago Avcnuo "It is hutnlliatlnc tn thfnir' , i.n GUARANTEED many little things that endanger our ij!2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 Institutions and threaten our liber REPAIRING ties, according to these patriotic people, who nractlonllv , n,o Phono Shawnee 1263 the goblins will get us all If we don't watch out.' Is American lib0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS erty so fragile a thing that 't can be MANUFACTURERS so easily destroyed?, Are our free lUBiuuuons so irau that tho cunLouisville Made Furnaces ning and malice of an enemy can ,., dash them in nlnrps with S. Ninth St. malicious blows, or enn undermine Home Phono City 2542 and blow them up with a few grains of the gun powder of superstition PAINTS, OILS? AND VARNISIIhh and Ignorance? il do not believe it. Do the inhabitants PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS of the valleys set a watch 'ery nightSwiss lest VERIBEST MIXED PAINT some one shall stpni i, mountains? Do the dwellers on the STHASSEL-GANPAINT CO. .Mississippi lie awake at night and IpuI nn r.i,Qm,. KCGD a Watch 213 West Market Street With buckets tn carrv nuviT. M.n 1 A f. t la Ann l4ieBSSSSSSSI in imu c AND CONFECTIONER Home Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 Special Rates on Large Orders THE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM ncorporated. HTifTHI 11.00 Per S. E. Cor. Twenty.fo J. P. LI1 FLORIS Choice 1124-3- 2 Cut Flower:! a Special RAMMERS Home Phone Cltjl HORNUNG AUTOMOBILE TOPS AN1 FORD TOURING CAR $9.00 FALLS CITY BUGGY TC 128-13- 0 tn South Floyd Strc Phone City 1748 B. H. BUETER SURGEON VETERINARY HORSE SHOEING 116 SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phone, City 2365 210-22- 2 Cumb. S. 931 Home, City 9S MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET. AND CATEI CONFECTIONER S river?" The ... Weddings and Parties Gt Special Attention Charles Wojf, KUardians nf nur llhortloa n throwing the whole nation into an unpleasant frame of mind, and to tho extent of suspecting und hating , -- ... mil MMf ..m. ,j iimi uuui ucignoor or. Wicked (leRlirns nn thn llvnn n.i liberties of one and all of us. Tt Is Y. M. I. not Patriotism of tho rio'ht ofrr. but rather an affection of the llvef MAOKIN COUNCIL, 205. or tno alimentary system, which Meets Monday Evenings at Club calls for a physician's prescription. - i7i,.nn,v PRANK FEHR BREWING JJWMJKPORaTED ...' U -- Y Murphy. Tho Catholic churnh urnuM nnt Vice President Martin tolerate for one second a paper pubSecond P: Schadd: lished to defamo Protestant minisTreasurer George J. Thornton. ters and to nilsroDrofiont iPrntoatnnt- Financial Secretary A. C. Link. ism. 'It could not endure the nhnma Recording Secretary William G. of having such a publication claim Buckel. ing to oe printed In its Interest. It Marshal Harry Alberts. would not have the resnnnulhimv nf Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. participating in tho crimes of such a Outside Sentinel Harvey 'Pfelf- - ituuucimon. even uy silence permitIN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE FOR WOMAN'S EYE. ting it to go on, but would denounce fer. Executive Committee Frank G. and ston it nrnrnntlv ami nor. iMany hat crowns are of soft white Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank araptorlly. There never .will be a ' kid. A. W. Andriot, Geller, John 11. uauiouc .Menace. (Blouses of lace are more popular Barry. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. than ever1 this season. nONORS PAID IMAGES. This summer leather Is playing an women will cling to tho whito dress. important part in millinery. Tho The vogue for applique work Is statues, church encouraeea thn iikr nf cruclflxeo, as "reminders" to Many white sweaters are shown extending to dress trimming. INCORPORATED among the rainbow-colore- d models. a relative honor Chantilly is the most favored of wnich an armv salutea Mr is paid. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, fine .in pa Of 211 the lace shades tho cream all the lace3 and there Is really When tinted and the ivory are the newest. nothing more beautiful than an all It pay honor to the piece of cloth of wnicn me nag is made? It simply JOHN X. This summer's modes are FRANK trying to the woman who is yery white gown of this material. testifies , Jts faith in a principle. not A quer anomaly Indeed is the When a Catholic kneels before a slender." sheer transparent wrap of perhaps anyMany women will have nothing to the most fragile orwndy bound crucifix, hei(o is not praying toreprething but Chrtet ithere do with the high walsted effects he- - about with deep baijds of velvet or sented, House, 344- North Twenty-sixtPresident John J. Lynn. First Vice President John W. h. NOT ITS WAY. sbBIIIIIhi MtrTflBJsnt JVfcLTlTsiiiWLsiiiW OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER Brewers and Boti r.OUISVIIjIiB. KY: Cumb. Phone West 191 JOHN F. OERTEL CO. Clay Street Brewery 508. 510 and 512 CXAY STRP.FT J vn MAMAt -- WALTERS' WIEDEM UfCORFORATKD uo 1 i' wuro lUCJ NiB UCVUUVUJ' UiiUTCUUl" lag. .Plain bodices with plaited skirts arsr to be found upon many of tie jnewest and smartest frocks for little J Willi BAlin. TOUWKWii IXUISVTLJCJB, SJCi. 1 - All ristu ikow that Amsrlean venals, I FOR MANY. C1IA8K8 VBRAHN. More than half the clothing produced In thlg- - country is1 made In A mixture of borax and sugar, Greater N&w York, while Pennsyl- SeM at all lead tag bars and cafes. Renowned for aquar parts, will rid your sbslvM of vania mines of the world's QRUBER A DBUSBJ WORK BREWING COI Celebrated Draught an one-ten- th coal. VCFOBCY IRIStXX JVtEXfcICAJV. JAMES P. EDWARDS AiuiouncrN Candidacy For Demo. emtio Nomination For I.ieti. 1111 ! PROF. V. OTGILBERT Primary Klectlon, August 7, 1015. 8111 M 11 1111111 II I 11111 1 1 11 III 8 11 1 1 1 111 1 11 Ml 1 RAC0H& WR . Ciuididnie For OHioe of Snperia. teudeiit of Public Instrnc- i JAMES QUARLES Candidate For HERMAN STRAUS rounTH Avenue lion. Prof. tenant Governor. wcavpawro SONS MARKET STREET ' J We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. Vacation Time Is Here! GET READY FOR IT NOW. SUITCASES, TRUNKS, BAGS Matting- Sultcanea; cloth brusK lock and clnrnps. - especially priced nt 98c lined; steel fmnm: cloth lined: stramt all around; rlber Matting- - 1 v.. Suitcaa.i; caso for Xnratol Suitcase; steel frame, linen lined; hand sewed (twinging handle; a splendid CO VV. W (( gX5o .Cowhide Suitcaies; steel frame: linen lined; shirt fold; hand sewed, excellent bargain riber Saitcaisi; linen lined; steel frame; shirt fold; hand sewed Blaok leather Bag's; English 3.60 regular swinBlnc handle; frame; new patent catch; inset lock: (2A ?K worth 5.60; sale price Iron bot Canvoi Covered Trunk; Statical Trunks: veneered box; tom and Iron hound; nrass iock nnu bound and bumners: extra dowels; all covered iron bottom; brassstraps; has brass extra strops over top; size 36 j bumpers; heavy tray, heavy QK K( I dress tray; worth $11.00; CO Aft Inches, a splendid trunk sale price for the price St 00 as.""1: S2.25 O.IO OXFORDS CHAMPION TENNISthem have white rubber uppers; some of They have white or black soles, priced, per pair, as rollows: Women's Sizes, Zxh to 8, M and Children's Sizes, C to 10',i Youth' Sizes, 11 to width hpavv soles to 6, Hoys' Sizes, 2 ana Misses' Sizes, heavy soles 11 to 2 2,, V""" w.vrv 50c 60c 60c 65c X. tj j MMMMttHHH444'HH'4444 each Wrijrht Ss, Hub Tennis any throat piece and checked handle; strung with white gut; this Is the most popular low priced racket; GO ilil sizes 12 to 11 ounces; y fw v. Balls. Tennis Rackets and with smendid V. has mahog Kackets: Sackets: v Dltaon 1Kp I"" Star Tennis made white ash frame, small size head and strung with Oriental CI OK gut, price Tennis Balls; we have quite, a varied line of tennis balls ranging In prices from eOo down OKn '-' to 2-Ou- art Alumuium Sauce Pan Given Free With V. O. Gilbert, present Assistant Superintendent to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Is First Division, making a lively canvass for the (h&ncery Branch. SuperinDemocratic nomination for tendent, to succeed iProf. Hamlett, Subject to the Action of tlic nml his marly friends and followers Democratic Party. throughout the State are very active-, , In his behalf, believing that his exPrimary. Saturday, Aug 7, 1915 nenence in m present plsltlon In his perlence would make him a valuable man for i' E. the place. Prof. Gilbert has been school connected with our public CANDIDATE FOR systpm for over thirty years and during that time has served teaching In county schools, as County Superintendent, City Superintendent, and for more than six" years a member of the faculty of the Western Kentucky State Normal School. During all of these years Prof. Gilbert has made a study of the conditions and needs of our public schools and it is believed that his election as State Superintendent of iPifbllc Schools would mean much In the advance"iMyHeLH LHk ment of education In Kentucky, BBBBBBBBBBi "iw flBBBBBBBBBBBBH has been given so much whlclrcause by tho press and public t attention attenrecently. In this connection tion Is called to tho platform ant m MjpfiBJJgirK.WBJji nouncement of Prof. Gilbert, in PJO" which he outlines imany valuable suggestions for the conduct of the office, and which, If adopted, will, aid greatly In the building up of an efficient school system. Following are some of tho suggestions con tained In Prof. Gilbert s announcement for the office: "First To administer the offlco of State Superintendent aa economically as it can be done, consistent 44th Legislative District with efficiency. Subject to Action of the Democratic with the "Second To Party. County of the Superintendents State, and to aid them in every possible way In the great work of building up an efficient system of schools. k My policy shall always be to help, not to hinder. "Third To make the department of education serve the classified cities In every possible way. To this end I shall seek for ways to serve the city boards of education and city departments. In every "Fourth To of possible way with the 'boards which the 'State Superintendent may CIRCUIT JUDGE iuui i""'" S. DORSEY I REPRESENTATIVE l "Fifth To the organization of courses of study, so as to adjust the educational machinery and work of Tens Pepper Cocoa Baking Powder. the schools to the nractlcal livlne needs of the community at largo, I and to hold constantly before the children examples of temperance, FOR W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 culture and good citizenship. especially "Sixth To with the Illiteracy commission. The EVERY GARMENT CLEANED SEPARATELY AND BY HAND State Superintendent Is made by law Seventh Magisterial District a member of this commission, and I shall most heartily with Comprising the Eighth, Ninth and "You Have Tried the Rest; Now Try the BEST." the commission in Its great work of Tenth wards and precincts 3C to 52 eiiiuiiiuiiiiK auuii . .. uuierByx"uuu nT thft Riovonti, ... -' Uw -- mi. illiteracy in general. Subject to the action of the Demo Cttfltic party. CLEA ED BY THE LVIN i 1'rinlgigBjfialirrinv, August 7, 1011 Loft live Oil Soap Process. and. 1-Lb. Mixed Tea at be a member. -- 60c jojaisr jvi. mxjjlvio y To the Democratic Voters of Kentucky In submitting rer candidacy for the liemo-cratl- c nomination for tlie offleo of Lieutenant (lorernor of Kentucky, to be rotcd for In the primary v bo held, on August T, 1913, I ask the support and Influence of Democratic voter 1 believe the principles of our pnrly enunciated in the Democratic national platform of 1912 and In the Kentucky Democratic platform of 1911 to be tho supreme law of the party, a expressions of the will of the majority until chanced by the party In convention assembled. I believe that the only Jut government derives Its power rrom the consent of the governed. That public officials are servants, not masicnl, of the people. I believe In the greatest degree of Individual liberty that Is consistent with the welfare of society. I heartily indorse the revision of the tariff downward In fact, all the acts of the National Administration and especially tho course of that great-e- st of living Democrats the lion. Woodrow Wilson In dealing wllu tho Kuropecu situation and In. his efforts to Insure our national peace at all costs save nt the expense of our national honor and believe It tho duty of every good citizen to uphold his hands In the present crisis, regardless of party affiliation. I heartily commend the present administration in Kentucky for Its efforts to redeem, and in redeeming, the pledges made to the people In the Democratic platform or 1911, In the enactment of a direct primary law to Insure fair elections In Kentuck) and that any man might submit his claims for office to the voters. I am in favor of the extension and betterment of the schools or Kentucky so that the children of people In nil walks of life may recche that degree of education that will put thetn on an equal footing with the children and joullt or that Htate now affording the best educational advantages In the battle of life. I approve of the women of Kentucky, to whose hearts this subject Is especially dear, voting In all school elections. I favor laws to destroy all corrupt ldbbjlng In Kentucky. 1 favor removing the prisons of Kentucky from politics and for humane laws governing prisoners, looking to their reform, and In accordance with the advance tjiought of tho day on this subject. I am for an economic administration of the government, the abolition of useless offices and that same degree of care in the expenditure of me people s money as is exercised in prtvato life: for tho liquidation of the State debt and believe that a State, like an Individual, should live nimm us income. I favor the constitutional amendment for a change In the method of taxation In Kentucky to the end that all property shall bear Its Just proportion of taxation, and that capital may be inrueu io me state to neip aeretop cur wonderful natural resources and be assured of a square deal ; that It may know rrom laws In ad vance Just what It may expect and that It will not have to get Into politics to avoid being taxed to death, and also that it cannot expect by political Influence to avoid its Just burden of tho expenditure necessary to operate the government. I favor the enactment of laws permitting among farmers and among all classes of labor sufficient to procure fair markets for their products and to prevent the encroachment of monopoly on their rights. I am In full accord with the spirit of road building and Improvement that Is abroad In our State. Roads are the arteries of comGood roads bring markets merce. to producers, assist to disposing of products, stimu late neighborhood Intercourse. Invito traul and are of the greatest aid la the development of FULL LINE Embroideries Laces and Ribbons NOW READY FOR CHILDREN'S ' Confirmation AND First Communion Outfits Our stock in these lines surpass that of any for mer year. Here you will find Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons and Dress Goods in endless variety and embracing I all the latest shades and designs. Everything that goes to fit one for first commu- '' nion pnd confirmation will be found here. wTGiive and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates MM MM J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 P. J. WELSH MAGISTRATE PALM BEACH SUITS Water 50c Co. HOUrCfNEXCBLUED. " 3 he house wrrn tub reputation." s 2635. ONE DOLLAR eaning and Dyeing 426 South Fifth St. starts a Savines Account Sixty-one-year-old with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. 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I am no In favor of reducing our State to the pltlab'j condition .of bankruptcy that exists in West Virginia and Tennessee today by driving this large source of revenue from the State. I do not believe that any general demand or sentiment exists In Kentucky for State-wid- e prohibition, but that una question nas Deecwrcela on the voters by a. few politicians indirect diflance of the man- .. 1 ouiwrjf Tfle-nW- iT platform, noprttrrrftcTeriy' fj For 'Office For of W OO ride into office and control or the State. I am the Com t of ApuealH. In favor of each locality governing Its own affairs on this and every other question, and I think this to be true Democracy. Tho fact that throughout the State Democrats 106 out of 120 counties In Kentucky are dry are rallying to the support of Alvln shows that the present law Is ample and those counties opposed to the sale of liquor can stop Steger, of Owen county, candidate Its sale. There are laws against the Illegal for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, ' sale of liquor as there are laws against crimes subject to the action of the Demp-crat- lc of violence, and I bellete that each county should punish and control Its bootleggers as It party at the coming, primary, runlshes Its other criminals. Tho enforcement August 7, the majority of leaders of the law In any community keeps pace with and voters believing that his nompublic opinion. I believe the people of Kentucky are tired or the liquor question, and If ination means strengthening of the elected, so far as In my power lies, they shall ticket In the November electldh. Mr. not hear of It for four years. Steger's ability and qualifications I bellete we have had too much bitter polifor tho office are well known, his tics, tou much personal politics, too many useless laws, too much factionalism and too little famo as an efficient and capable j real work for the upbuilding of Kentucky. Not clerk being attested to two years ' that I believe that laws can supplant Individual ago when he was elected President AT FOUNTAINS AND effort, or that we can by legislation make a "promised land. cannot create weattn; of tho Kentucky County and Circuit It must come through Individual effort; but let Clerks' Association, which is indeed rangements having completed all us In Kentucky make all men truly equal before a signal honor. Ho has served for the law, and assure each man a fair chance more than eleven years as Circuit preparations tot entertaining a big that he- - may enjoy the reward of Industry, and crowd and will have many side en- let us have equal and exact Justice to all and Clerk of 'Owen county, giving tertainments for the benefit of itheir exclusive privileges to none. universal satisfaction regardless of guests. I candidate for this nomination in The two "Eds," Edward F. 1911, was a defeated according to the official political party or affiliation, and the and request that he announce for Clerk Kelly and Edward J. JJosIer, will count by a plurality of 1,562 votes. I hope to and hope that Uie Democrats of of the Court of Appeals came from act ns managers and chief enter- win tills time, recelte kindly this second thrustKentucky will all sections. (Mr. Steger Is a tried tainers. ing of myself upon the political stage. I have no axes to grind, no sores to heal, no malice and true Democrat, loyal to' the toward any man or set of men, and no debts party at all times, and It is believed AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. to pay except those of gratitude for the support that he. will be given a record I received before. I was born In Kentucky, my breaking vote at ancestors came through the Cumberland Gap coming from Virginia In 1787 and settled In Nelson primary. have lived Timely Record of Some Memor- county. We Every senUinentupon Kentucky soil ever since. and tie of my anable Events tho Catholic cestors and myself Is In Kentucky. I love and TWIN CITV TiEAGUE. Every hope ror the future honor her history History of America. or my children Is linked to Kentucky and Its A repetition of their last battle future. I was educated In the common schools and graduated at Centre College. I have pracroyal Is expected tomorrow in tho ticed law In Jefferson county and for a while Twin City League when the Champs I have In Caldwell county since my majority. By James A. Jtoonoy, UL. D. Kentucky Legislature. two terms In and Bertrands meet for the second June 27, '1757 Father Ferdinand served ability I liavo the All this office I leave to What time, their first meeting ending in a Farmer administered the sacra-mie- nt for those who know me to say. That I will do i to u victory ror the leaders. With of baptism In the house of my full duty as I see without fear or favor and fair weather a record breaking Matthew Geiger in Salem county, said, with due regard to what I have herein I affirm. crowd Is expected and one that w'll N. J.; this apostolic priest conI appeal to you ror your vote anu neip ana break all records for amateur attinued his missionary labors in Influence, ir you will tavor me wtui mis nomtendance. Another game of Interest endeavor New Jersey for nearly thirty ination I shall use my utmost successful to wage fight Is the imeetlng between the two Y. with your years and died In Philadelphia, November. other nominees a be your decision in I Whatever shall M. 1. teams, Mackin and Trinity, always done la tire past, sup shall, as I have both of whom have a large following port at the polls and on the stump the nomias 1848 Cornerstone of nees of our party. I believe In majority rule oi rooters TJin li, nt j. team wilt June new convent and academy for the ftnrl fthAtl Khtrtf) hv It. meet the Olympics, and the Bruins; is The DemocraUo National Administration Juadies of the Sacred Heart laid win meet me amperiais. The Twin entitled to a rote at New Orleans by 'Fa'ther Lada-vier- e, and of right ought ofto confidence. Kentucky Is. City field meet will be held at be, a DemocraUo State. S. J. After we have selected our nominees we wlU Eclipse Park on July 18. The Democratic and pile June 29, 1849 Cornerstone of the get together November,up an e standing to date: majority In Jesuit College of Sts. Peter and Thanking you for your consideration of this Champa 0 io 1.000 Paul, Baton Rouge, laid; college announcement and respectfully soliciting your Olympics 7 2 .778 abandoned in 1856; buildings support, I am your obedient servant, Bertraads. 6 2 .750 JAS. P. 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O'Brien, large crowd is expected, as Dr. The summer festival of St, James church will te given on the church o( Kalamaioo, Mich., has been Bloom's knowledge of his subject Is lawn, next Monday evening on Sden-Id- e elected President 'ol the Michigan well known tind his hearers are sure of an educational treat. avenue, laV'Committet) of Ar- - State Historical) Commiaeton. 185-0. Joe whitehead and the Itansdedll Duo, graceful and agile dancers. Natlello and his band continue to grow In public favor, and an increas- Ing patronage is being given Phil Adams in the new restaurant, where the excellent service is having its effect on the park patrons. Nonette,. the little Gypsy violinist and pupil of Ysaye, the celebrated Belgian violinist, will head next week's bill at the Fontaine Ferry Park Theater, which will be one of the beet of the season. The other members are of headline proportions and will introduce Mae Aubrey fend Estelle Richey, Ina Claron, popular July 'If 1894 The Jtight Rev. 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